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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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t- ATLANTIC CITY N. J. The

Democrats told the country Sun- Convention join together steel pilings being sunk as a foundation for the VA Hospital ? Get Some
day that they can bring re- Construction started last winter'by the Volpe Construction. The hospital, located -
straint, experience and unity to across Archer Road from the University of Florida Hospital, is due for com. ( : .

the conduct of foreign affairs. Schedule pletion in April, 1966. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis). .' .'<_, Concessions
Those were among the major _-....- .... ,. ""
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP-
For
plank, which was released by TodayATLANTIC
Sen. Spessard L. Holland, D-
the Platform Committee Sun-
day..The final section cf the CITY N.J. (AP) Fla., says he will support a

platform, on domestic policy is Monday program of the Democratic ticket headed by President"
scheduled for publicaticn to- National Convention: I .' Johnson "with enthusiasm.
The veteran Florida senator
Time uncertain Platform
day.Leaders joined Gov. Farris Bryant, Sec-
of the committee t committee releases plank deal- P
of State Tom Adams and
agreed on a civil rights plank ing with domestic policy. # retary
that pledges "fair and effectiveenforcement" Convention convenes at 7:30: others at the National Dem-
ocratic Convention in this
of the -new civil p.m. Eastern Standard Time. ,, resort
rights law indicates that the Invocation The Most Rev. y city.
tr federal government should comeif Celestine J. Damiano. : Some Florida Democratic
; leaders said
only "if there is default" by Address of welcome Gov. w they hoped the
local authorities.This Richard J. Hughes of New Jer platform and credentials developments -
language is believed to would be acceptable to

be satisfactory to most of the sey.Election of temporary officersof their state.

delegates, northern and south- the convention. w""w2sex, ..,,,.3m>e'.,Ce.k M.w,..... "Things" seem to be going all
ern. It is to be considered by "The People Speak" Progress .EYA klity.Nyil 5YOt.ro, RW4yp a+.o t right, Bryant reported.

the full platform committee to- in domestic affairs (film). Adams said it appeared the
day. Keynote address Sen. John South would get some concessions -
There was still a possibilityof O. Pastore of Rhode Island. from the party's national
a fight over the desire: of Report of committee on rules convention that will give the
some members to endorse the and order of business Gov. party an excellent chance to
Supreme Court's decision on Carl Sanders of Georgia. win the state this time. Florida

legislative districts. But the Remarks by J. Albert HouseJr. has. gone Republican in the last

guess was that the committee ., president of Young Democratic s1. rofe three presidential elections."If .
would follow President John Clubs. aws : r we come out of this con

son's wishes and omit that subject Address by Davie Bruce vention as I am beginning to

altogether.The ,Marth winner of 1964 American think that we will," Adams said
foreign plank pledged Legion oratorical contest. "then the chance of carrying
continued firm resistance to Report of credentials committee kw :z* wzg x Florida this year is excellent.

Communist aggression aroundthe Former Gov. David Law +., ., ,. ,, 4 Adams, a member of the con
y.F
world. But it sought to pre rence of Pennsylvania. vention's credentials committee
sent an image of restraint in Benediction The Rev. said he was hopeful that the
f contrast to the more aggressivetone Franklin Clark Fry. Mississippi seat in g contest
of Republican platformand Adjournment. would be resolved "in a man

water.candidate, Sen. Barry Gold- Cleo Aims Fury at Jamaica; ner Adams that will said avert the any indicationsare chism" .

"The complications and dan- Southern that the platform offered to
gers in our restless, constantly the convention will be "reason-


changing consummate experience world" understanding the require Democrats of and us Flareup Is Guateloupe Death Toll 14SANTO able."I only think for it the will South be reasonablenot but also


said. ThreatenedATLANTIC for the rest of the nation," Ad-
"One rash act one thoughtless
said. "The best
decision, one unchecked reaction DOMINGO, Dominican %battering the Guadeloupe is- Dominican Republic shared Bureau said. It was too early to ams we can
and cities could be- CITY N.J. (AP) Republic (AP) HurricaneCleo lands. Officials blamed Cleo for with Haiti. Severe lowland say whether it would pose any hope for is a compromise and
come smouldering ruins and Mississippi Negroes said "no whirled past the Dominican at least 14 deaths, 100 injuriesand flooding was predicted.The danger to the U.S. mainland.At one effective that will"help us to do an

farms parched wastelanC: compromise" and Alabama's Republic today and pounded $50 million in damage to the Weather Bureau said thatCleo's 8 a.m. (EST) Cleo was cen- job.
This language was evidently white delegates shouted "no loyally across the Caribbean toward French possession.Cleo tered near latitude 17.2 north
125-mile wide of
designed to fit the picture of pledge" as Democrats Jamaica and possibly Cuba. will probably strike hurricane force winds mass and longitude 72.1 west, or about Convention
Goldwater as "reckless." His searched for answers to the hot With the storm skirting along Jamaica tonight with hurricane would skirt apparently 90 miles south of Port au

moderate Republican opponentsused test issues at their national con Haiti's southwest peninsula, Radio force, the Weather Bureau said. The Hispaniola'sheartland. headed Prince, Haiti. It was moving between
that term for him d the vention. Santo Domingo reported no Gale force winds and heavy storm was west and westnorthwestabout Under LBJ
toward Haiti's southern
San Francisco convention, andit damage or injuries on the Dom rain pounded the southern coastof pen 16 miles an hour.
is emerging as a Democratic Chances of keeping the Mississippi inican Republic's southern Bar- the Dominican Republic early insula, where thousands were Families along the southern
i campaign point. and Alabama disputes ahona peninsula. The storm's today. Small but powerful Cleo, killed last year by Hurricane coast of Oriente Province, on Firm Control
The platform also drew sharp from bursting fourth upon the center. passed well out to sea. with 140-mile center winds, Flora. the eastern tip of Cuba, were
G. O. P. the floor of the convention when it The storm swirled south of island Cleo also strike Cuba moved
Issue with the on past pressed onward south the might to higher ground, the ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP)
issue of presidential controlof opens tonight appeared slim. ern Puerto Rico Sunday after of Hispaniola which the with its fury intact, the Weather radio said. The big LBJ roundup the
nuclear weapons, in effect The threat of a walkout by some 1964 Democratic convention -
writing in the plank that Southern delegations remaineda I. II opens tonight with President
the Goldwater forces rejected in possibility.The Johnson trying to herd it

San"Control Francisco.of the use of nuclear credentials committee Time for Fun on the Boardwalk I from clashes. bruising North-South away

weapons," the Democratssaid failed to decide Sunday whetherthe I
"must remain solely with largely Negro Mississippi II I il The President, his own nomi-
the highest elected official in the Freedom Democratic delegationor N rUt Unrk etmra the town. Mostly these are painted against the backdrop of Johnsons and entertains daily at nation to be a noisy formality

country the President of the the all-white regulars from By RUSSELL BAKER basic Americana, like strollingthe the White House south portico. a rented villa in Ventnor.It Wednesday night concentratedhis
United States." that state should be seated. The ATLANTIC CITY ;- Madame sixmile boardwalk and The more adventurous board is not a bad party. The efforts on keeping his ranks
Another area of distinct difference committee resumes today its Lillian, who gives readings, buying zircons and sweaters walk strollers can "come in trouble is that there are certain intact for November and thus
from the Republican search for a solution it hopes analyzes palms and performs with funny things written on and "see a real preserved devil nuisances, who are not con was calling practically all the
platform was disarmament.The will satisfy Southern states and other occult services on the them. "Official Girl Watcher"and fish. tent to watch the diving horse signals from Washington.One .
spoke skeptically Southern and Northern "USA Goof Off For the rogues, and every and shop for taffy. They keep
G. 0. P. plank Negroes.Dr. boardwalk complains tnat business Champ"are signal he hasn't called
family has its share, Sally trying to turn the family show ,
the Nuclear Test Ban big sellers.
of is bad.
Aaron Henry, Negro Rand, whose fan dance was the into melodrama or tragedy, and his choice of a running mate
Treaty the disarmament nego- chairman of the Freedom group The town was swarming with Food ranges from chocolate- smash of the 1933 world's: fair, to spoil the good warm feelingsby but half a dozen hands were
tiations and the hot and line Mos-be- from Clarksdale, Miss., said the Democrats Sunday but Madame covered frozen bananas to hot is still at it on Pacific Avenue. pi e a s to "emotioralism." ready to jump at the ring. Still
tween Washington group would not take a "back- Lillian's parlor was visited only dogs boiled in champagne. Souvenir Roguery is tolerated only in "Emotionalism" is in low regard the most often mentioned num-
cow.Sunday's draft hailed the of-the-bus" compromise. by a handful of telephone girls platters with paintings of small doses, however. here. Everybody deploresit ber was that of the party's Sen-
backed who wanted to know about their President Kennedy are in brisk For the elite, Mrs. Perle as the enemy of unity. ate whip, Hubert H. Humphreyof
that "alreadythe Henry was by Dr.
test ban saying
marriage prospects."So demand, and the Democrat who Mesta, who partied for RichardM. The worst spoilsports so far Minnesota.The .
Martin
air we and our children Luther King who said "a
far," the seeress reported wants something different can Nixon in 1960 and suffered have been Gov. George C. Wal- day broke bright and
breathe is freer of nuclear con natural reaction of Negro voters
tamination." It pledged to would be to fishing electionday" "not a single politician has. buy an oil portrait of the pres- banishment under the Ken lace of Alabama and Joseph L. warm. Thousands of delegates,
I "continue all-all efforts if the go Freedom party is dropped in." idential beagles, Him and Her nedys has recouped with the (See COLOR on Page 2)) alternates and their families
It is not surprising. Democrats mingled with sun-burned tour
through fully-enforceable mea not seated. King heads the
are notoriously gullible ists along the storied boardwalk

sures to halt and reverse the Southern Christian Leadership
arms race." Conference.Two of course, but here in Atlantic Youthful Mobs Stage Riots in Viet Nam faced on all sides with
This section of the document City they have no need to consult stalls of carnival souvenirs of
real debate civil rights organizationsset the zodiac or chicken en- Johnson and the late President
provoked the one xmmittee up vigil in front of Convention trails. The future is writ clearin As Anti-American Overtones Growbuilding John F. Kennedy.
within the platform
to date. Senator ..oseph S. Hall early today in supportof the patriarchal hand of Lyn As the sun rose, hundreds of

Clark of Pennsylvania offered the freedom delegation. The don B. Johnson, who, as every SAIGON, South Viet Nam air to scare off the demonstrators but the interior was red, white and blue bedecked
organizations were the Congressof delegate knows, will reveal all (AP) Youthful mobs in volunteers for LBJ rallied
what he termed a "stronger" Saigon, as rocks smashed windows. ruined. on
disarmament plank but lost Racial Equality ond the Stu- in his own time and in his own Hue and Da Nang sacked and The mob then attacked a Khanh ordered authorities not the ocean front to begin shapingup

on a roll call, 53 to 16. dent Nonviolent Coordinating way.The burned buildings today in the nearby Roman Catholic village to tangle with the rioters "in the for their convention duties.
Some members said they Committee. general presumption hasit worst outbreak of organized rioting and set a house afire. Villagers hope that public opinion will Behind the honky tonk glitterthe
could find little difference be- Henry and King said they had that Johnson, sitting in Wash- in South Viet Nam since moved out of their houses to defend separate the extremists from committees worked at shaping
tween the Clark language and the votes in the credentials ington, decides everything, last summer. themselves while their the others," a government the convention and its plat
what was adopted. One oberv- committee needed to force the down to such issues as which Several hundred students sup- women carried children and be- spokesman said. form into the broad harmonyand

er, not altogether facetiously issue onto the floor of the convention delegates baths.get the In hotel rooms Johnson porting the government sacked longings to a waterfront pier. Khanh was expected to address unity design Johnson would
without a sense,
i said the delegates might be if the committee fails to and burned the Student Union
is the Convention and the After the fire, mob leaders the nation by radio today
tiring of all their harmony and give seats and votes to the building in Saigon in counter- like.The
a
convention itself is a family party called for a withdrawal But and appeal for national unity in word had gone down the
i (See PLATFORM on Page 2)) Freedom delegation. There has staged for television.The demonstration.In some rioters slipped back into face of the Communist threat. line to avoid any explosive fight
been speculation that the com- object is to leave the tele- Da Nang, South Viet Nam's the village and set two more Student and Buddhist opposi- over a civil rights plank and to
mittee, in an effort to satisfy the vision audience with that good second largest city, more than houses aflame., tion has swelled in the past settle the controversy over the
Negroes, would give them seatson warm feeling which used to re- 1,000 howling youths stoned a Another grenade exploded as week since Khanh's military seating 0 f contested Alabamaand
WHERE TO the floor but no voice and no sult from watching "I Remem- U.s. enlisted men's barracks as the rioters pulled back. A maid junta elevated him from premier Mississippi delegations in a

vote.Henry ber Mama." Appropriately, the antigovernment demonstrationstook working at the enlisted man's to president and promulgated manner calculated to give the
FIND IT and his Freedom party old patriarch in the White an increasingly antiAmerican barracks was wounded and died a constitution giving Khanh least offense to Southerners and
want to be seated because, they House has all his family gathered tone. soon afterwards. extraordinary powers in a national the Negro-dominated( delegation

.. Comics . . 12 say the regular Mississippi at the seashore, eating A grenade exploded at the More Americans are stationedin emergency. demanding seats from Mississippi -
Classified .13.15 Democratic party will not sup- fudge and butter crunch riding height of the riot, seriously in- Da Nang, on the South China The students are demanding a -
Entertainment 11 port President Johnson, his vice the ferris wheel and playing juring three demonstrators.There Sea, than anywhere else in popularly elected civilian gov Late Sunday night, the plat-
.'Obituaries' 0. . 2 presidential choice, or the na skee ball. were no American casu the country except Saigon. ernment. Khanh told them in a form writers reached preliminary
Opinion Page . 4 tional Democratic party. They Since there is no point in alties." Another blast a short As in the earlier disorders, police direct confrontation Saturdaythat agreement on a call for enforcement
Sports . 9.10 also say the regular Democrats fighting about anything most of time later killed a woman. stood by without interfer- popular elections couldn'tbe of the new Civil
Women's . 7 exclude Negroes from their the Democrats have little to do. The 30 or more Americans in ing. Firemen doused the flames held until the Viet Cong has
ranks. into the before they could wreck the been (See JOHNSON on Pap *) i
1 but rejoice in the pleasures of the barracks fired shots defeated4

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, c I LOUIS, Mo. (AP) Jo- Rights Act and on condemnationof nomination but wasn't sitting

'F BCD E F Fair through \-- -- .-- seph Cardins-1 Ritter, host pre political extremist tactics. i around dreaming about getting I I WASHINGTON (AP) The

NEW YORK (AP) New I Goldwater and I can control the Tuesday except for local afternoon 1 ---e \ 1 late for the 25th annual National The credentials committee, It. ,Secret Service reports it seizeda

York State's two Republican na Conservative party anod we showers. Low tonight Liturgical Week, sees today's headed by former Gov. DavidL. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy record $7.2 million in counter-

tional committee members can't," said Miller, in a hospital mid-70s, high Tuesday 90 to :t.\ elolBMe \ opening session as publicizing Lawrence of Pennsylvania resigned Sunday as a Massachusetts -feit currency during the year

fought to stop Clare Boothe interview. He is undergoing a 94. Variable 5 to 15 mile .. F \ changes being made in Roman ruled Alabama delegates would delegate, asking that ended June 30. .

Luce's entry as Conservative three-day physical checkup.Kennedy's A Partly cloudy through Tuesday IS \ C-_ Catholic worship without disturbing -have to sign an oath of loyaltyto he be replaced by Joan Kennedy Of the known bogus currency
._
_
party candidate against Repub- still unannounced and evening with scattered thundershowers.mostly afternoon No important e I' \,::. doctrine. the national party ticket if wife of Sen. Edward M. agents confiscated $11 out of every -

lican Sen. Kenneth B. Keatingand candidacy gained momentum at temperature changes. Low tonIght ,- Key feature of the four-day they wished to participate in the Kennedy. This action was pre- $12 before it was passed.

possibly Democrat Robert the Democratic National Con- ,.. Variable 70 to! 3 77.to high 15 mile Tuesday winds.H .86 to \. I I. meeting of some 15,000 delegates convention. liminary to his expected resignation Chief James J. Rowley of the

vention Atlantic N.J. I Fair through Tuesday ex from bishops to Quickly this group, selected
. F. Kennedy. in City, pa- from the Cabinet to seek Secret Service reported that
, The two committee members Kennedy resigned a dele cept tonight for mid-7Cs local afternoon high Tuesday showers.: 90 Low to ... ,f''' rishioners-is celebration of the under the auspices of segrega. the seat now filled by GOP Sen. [agents uncovered 44 counterfeit

wired National Chairman Dean gate from Massachusetts, obviously ,.G. Mostly J K east- Fair 5 to through 15 mile winds Tuesday -j-1. Mass in English late today for tionist Gov. George C. Wallace, Kenneth B. Keating of New I plants and arrested 737:persons

Burch, threatening to withdraw preparing to enter the except for few local night or early the first time in the United rejected the demand. National York.In during the year.WASHINGTON. '
morning showers. Low tonight around _
support of the national ticket New York race. His announcement 80 high Tuesday 90. East to north States. Committeeman Eugene (Bull) their platform the Demo- :.
east 10 to 20 mile winds.GAINESVILLE The Mass Conner of Birmingham alreadyhad I
Y5 English-language -
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headed by Sen. Barry Goldwat- is expected Tuesday.
crats made "peace for all nations -
er if Goldwater's supporters in Mayor Robert F. Wagner and WEATHER will be effective throughout the the delegation convention I (CAP-). Higher
and freedom
for all
New York continue to back Mrs. United Nations AmbassadorAdlai Municipal Airport readings TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE H L Prep.Jacksonville country Nov. 29. Other countrieswill credentials in hand and declinedto pe0ples" pay and good assignmentsare
........... 9t 74 surrender them.A their overriding goal.In twin lures being offered by
be
Luce and 58 Conservative candidates E. Stevenson made statements for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: able to celebrate it in
Miami .................. 88 82 .05 the ?
much difficult pointed contrast to the Republican ) 'te Department. to boost
deci-
for lesser offices.In at the convention backing High 93 at 4 p.m., I low 73 at Tampa ................ 90 CD their own languages too. more -
Atlanta ................ !5 70 .CS The Ecumenical said sion faced the committee today.It p 1 a tf or m, it was the ply of U.S; diplomatswho
Buffalo, Rep. William E. Kennedy. Wagner endorsed him 6 a.m. No rain. New Orleans .......... 91 69 I Council, I
Miller, Republican vice presi. last but evidently want- Boston ... ............... 63 S7 Cardinal Ritter, 72-year-old promised to come to grips learned that the Democrats .-n speak one of difficult
Friday, ALMANAC .............. 89 71 .
New York with the question of seating an planned to include a thrust at languages.The
dential candidate, said neitherhe ed to knock down reports that Sunset today. ............. 7:01 p.m. Washington ............ *3 70 archbishop of St. Louis "de- I
Goldwater controls the I Sunrise tomorrow........ 6:01a.m. Chicago ................ 63 58Moonrise sires the church to be alerted to all-white 23-vote pledged delegation political extremism, naming as higher pay may..he up to
nor his support was reluctant. I tonight ........... <:l* P.m. Kansas City ............ 71 63I from Mississippi or the targets the Ku Klux Klan, the$1,000 additional a.. 'ea.r. The
Conservative party. indicated that Kenne- Last Quarter ................ Aug. 30 Denver *? 59 be adapted to our times, and
Wagner I, The planet, Saturn, rises today at sunFt.. worth":::::::::::: 89 70 also to show forth the church in largely Negro Mississippi Free- John Birch Society, and the promise of good assignmentscould
"They presume that Sen. dy's announcement will be set and sets tomorrow at sunrise. It Los Angeles .......... Si 66 dom Democratic lead to an ambassadorship. -
-_ made at Gracie Mansion, theMayor's i, is SIS million' miles from the Earth Seattle ..................81 57 a better light to the world." party group.In Communist party. The Republicans ..
tonight, the nearest It has been since MARINE FORECAST The conference will discuss in another section of the civil after a floor fight, refusedto ::
official residence. April. 1953. Variable winds 5 to 15 knots through rights front, the platform cornmittee's include a plank on extremism The Incentive program Is
TIDES
CEDAR KEY a workshop atmosphere changesin
CIA Officer "He'll be at side, Wagner Fair except for. few local
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Tuesday.
my at 3:03 a.m. and 2:50 executive committee aimed
Tuesday-High showers. church reform and naming the John Birch Societyand at getting 1,OOQ Jbfficers
said. The came back to Low at ':54 a.m. and *::3 p.m. progress.
p.m.
I mayor They from replacementof produced a plank pledging "fair the Klan. one fourth of the UJ; diplomatic -
range
Sees Loss keep a speaking engagementthen and effective enforcement" of
corps -. equipped with
Atlantic 5 Day Forecast Latin by English in the Massto
returned to City.
the new civil rights law. This I ProwlerIs one of the native-languages. of
new concepts of church art
III Viet Nam Rep. Samuel S. Stratton of was about what the Republicans remote countries. ..:..= ".
F"1I to to 92 and normal lows in the and music. '
Amsterdam apparently was Temperatures are expected ? promised, in different language.
GO U.S;
about
70s. Precipitation will be lightto Cardinal Ritter had a lead Only career

WASHINGTON (AP) VoicIng -the planning nomination to fight at the Kennedy state convention or average about normal for the'I moderate in widely scattered role during the two Vatican The fight over the Mississippi Chased diplomats now meefTthls quali!!

"serious doubt that victorycan on Sept. 1. A group of time of year with little day today showers with amounts variableup councils in obtaining approvalfor delegation was dramatized ear- fication.

be won" in South Viet Nam, Stratton's upstate supporters in change. Normal highs are to locally an inch or so. English usage in the Mass. ly today when 75 Negro and Marshall Strickland, Gaines-

a Central Intelligence Agency! the Liberal party met in Saratoga He also has been a leader in white demonstrators sat on the ville police officer, said he rana WASHINGTON (AP) Meat

officer says that with continuedUS. Springs, but failed to say promoting other changes in boardwalk in front of Convention prowler from the porch of a imports will be kept 15 per cent
aid "at least a prolonged church liturgy. Hall and vowed to remain home in downtown northwest
below last record level
buck that AboutPlatform year's
they will party's prob- More
stalemate can be attained." I able nomination of Kennedy.The & bituatit The liturgical conference is there until the Mississippi Free Gainesville early yesterday, but under a bill signed by President

"There is also a chance that,I RepublicanConservativetugofwar the formal Catholic body con- dom group was seated. !' was unable to capture him. Johnson Saturday.The .

political evolution within the over Mrs. Luce, ROBERT McFALL cerned with Christian worship.It Whatever happens on the civil Strickland reported he chased bill sets a basic import

country and developments upon former Republican HIGH SPRINGS Robert T. comprises educators, Bible rights plank and on the Missis- the prowler, a Negro, into an limit of 725,400,000 pounds per

the world scene could lead to I from Connecticut congresswoman and McFall, 68 year-old retired attorney scholars, musicians, artists and sippi delegation contest, there alley, but was overpoweredwhen year of fresh, chilled or frozen
kind of negotiated settlement others involved in church litur- seemed little likelihood of he tried to capture him.
some ambassador to Italy, held the of rural High Springs, any beef, goats and sheep, except
based upon neutralization died Saturday at his home. From Page 1 significant Southern walkout. Police Chief W. D. Joiner said lambs.

," Willard Matthias wrote in spotlight.The Burch Funeral arrangements are incomplete gy.The first of four English-lan Humphrey, among others, came the incident apparently has no

a June report on world trends. telegram to Committeeman was but will be held in trying to find something to guage Masses \yill be celebratedat up with a forecast that the diffi- relation to a series of prowler

Administration sources made signed by National Akin, S. C. disagree about. 5 p.m. at Kiel Auditorium in culties would be ironed out with. reports and assaults several WATER and ICETEAGLASSES
L. Hinnan of
one
George
his study available to newsmen, in and downtown St. Louis. Cardinal out a bolt.Pacing weeks ago.
He born Tampa I
the find Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller'sclosest was Clark and some others still He said all has been for
but emphasized that Ritter will celebrate another I quiet For Motels & Restaurants
with
ings he reported do not repre- associates, and Dorothy came here 10 years ago. talked of pushing an endorsement Tuesday feast of St. Louis IX, the along Humphreyin several weeks since a Negro intruder SPENCECHEMICAL
Survivors include his widow, non-contest for second
sent the U.S. government view. McHugh, the national\ commit- of the Supreme Court king of France and patron of the attacked or threatened i
:Mrs. Victoria Ann McFall; two place on the ticket were Sens. SUPPLY CO.
said the U.S. teewoman. several white women in various
These sources decision that all voters must city.
Burch said in Washington he daughters, Mrs. Garland Toole, I ,Eugene J. McCarthy of Minnesota FR 2-2186
is fully committedto I parts of the city."Everything -
government Akin, S. C.; and Mrs. JenningsHill be represented equally in and Mike Mansfield of I
immediate comment
stemming the Viet Cong in- had no on Cash Was Gone has leveled off in
Hendersonville N. C. a Montana. There also talk of
the telegram.A ; their legislatures. They even was "
and believe this will be the past couple of v.eeks,
surgents Col. John H. McFall, Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. Gainesville Sun
brother
considered the possibility of So Was Wall un-
New Joiner said.
done, although they concededthe highly placed source in I ,
i
San Antonio Texas six grandchildren of be-
dersecretary
campaign may be long and York State said Rockefeller saw ; a minority report. commerce, Two women reported prowler Published evenings except
arduous. the telegram before it was sent and three great grand. I Safe, Truck cause Johnson continued to regard -scares over the weekend. Saturday, and Sunday morn-
children. Johnson has taken the view the late president with I ings by the Gainesville Pub-
Wanda
3006 NW
13th
They said also that the United and approved its content and Williams Thomas Funeral CHICAGO (AP) The man-I Lindsey, lishing Company at 101 SE
for tone. that a platform plank on re- of high esteem. St., Apt. 4, reported Sunday aft 2nd Place, Gainesville Florida,
grounds nego- exchange
no a
Stales sees currency
Home is in charge of local ar ager Gov. Edmund G. Brown of
apportionment would only inflame ernoon she thought a prowlerhad and entered os second class
tiation with the Communists on found a tow truck parked inside
rangements. California, mentioned as a been matter at the Post Office Of
South Viet Nam at this time. More About feelings on the issue. He his Chicago office. But his 3- possibility about Saturday Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
had a "feeling, he :Mrs. Abernathy, 433 night.j
They contend it is up to the believes that the moves to delay -ton safe was gone.
said, that it would be Hum St. asked RATES BY
ArrestedFor police early yester-
Communists to quit violating Also missing a wall and
was
the decision CARRIER OR MAIL
or upset can
Robert
phrey. Mayor F. Wagnerof
to noise outside
accords already reached at the estimated $12,500 in cash and day investigate a 1 Week .45
an
Geneva conferences 10 years ColorFrom BreakInDelores be defeated by wise tactics in checks. New York City said he her residence. Nothing was i 3 Mo. $5.85All

the Senate. "would certainly accept" the found.
Police said thieves apparentlybroke I mail subscriptions must

ago.Matthias is a member of the Clark, 22, 1419 SE Sunday's foreign affairs plank into a nearby auto show- I be paid in advance.
1 2nd Ave. arrested today I Member of Audit Bureau of
Page was
and stole tow truck then GOLDWATER BAKE SALE
CIA 12-member Board of Na. room a ,
Circulation.All .
the
I of emphasized what it termed
for investigation breakingand i
wall of the
Estimates. The board drove it through the
tional said Rauh, counsel to the Mississippi : entering, in the theft of successes of the Kennedy and exchange. Friday, August 28th, 1:00 p.m. at Goldwater Headquarters E. material contained herein Ts
chairman, Sherman Kent, currency of Courthouse. These interested in contributing baked item the property of the Gainesville
Levi Hen-
"has general Freedom Democratic Party money Saturday from Johnson administrations in opposing They then used the tow truck Publishing Company, (c) 19"-
document call FR 66690'II and andiumber.
please possible leave
the soon as name Reproduction In whole or in partIs
of 3rd St.
District 416 NW
board approval, though no attempt and Chairman of the ry, communism. It said hoist to lift the safe onto their :You will b. contacted. strictly forbidden without the
Columbia delegation. Saturdayfor Henry told Gainesville police written permission of the publisher.
has been made to reach the successes stemmed from own pickup truck. ,I
Rauh produced a someone broke into his place
example ---- -------
general agreement" on every parade of witnesses in the Cre- through a window and took $600to patience and persistence. I --I

point of it. dentials Committee who tcld! the $700 from a cigar box in his !
I I In the Cuban missile crisis of
television audience what he bedroom. !

Car Wreck called "a story of terror and Police said $204.61 in cash and 1962, the platform said, "the SECURELY YOURS. .
Communist offensive shatteredon
tragedy in Mississippi. merchandise was recovered. .
Fortunately for the maintenance Jimmie Lee Johnson, 1605 SE the rock of President Ken-

Injures j 2 of the good warm feeling, 13th Place, reported yesterdaythat nedy's determination." It said ---.

President Johnson eventuallycame someone stole his wallet that President Johnson similarly

on the home screen addressing containing $25, his watch worth
treated exercised with restraint"when
Two young men were "power
some governors in $85 and wedding ring valued at
for minor injuries and released and the threat of he ordered the recent response -
Washington,
after a collision on NW at 3:30 16th: rising emotionalism was smoth- $25.Grady E. Fowler, 3104 NW to Communist PT boat Keep YourValuables 1' .

a.m.Ave. two yesterday miles west of Gaines- ered. E. K. Collins, the Mississippi -19th St., reported his bicycle attacks in the Gulf of Tonkin. .

state senator defending the stolen yesterday afternoon from -

ville. regular delegation, dismissed the rear of the State Theater. "Responsible leadership, un-I In A I .. .

Gary Rex Jr., 22, a student, Rauh's witnesses as a group of afraid but refusing to take need .. --.

was treated at Alachua General -"dissatisfied, power hungry Fisherman less risk, has turned the tide in 1 j JgJ'i

Hospital. Mickey John I soreheads," and eve rybodj freedom's favor," the platformsaid. Safe DepositBox

Bible, 23, Knoxville, Tenn., rid- drifted away to speculate half: Is ArrestedA I _

ing in the front passenger seat, heartedly about who the vice-
Hillis candidate will be. "No nation old or new, ha"3
treated at the J. presidential
was Gainesville Butler
west man,
Miller Health Center. Johnson will reveal the answer joined the Communist bloc At Citizens jJf/ r
60 arrested
Armstrong, was (
since Cuba
in his own time and in, during the preced-
Newnans Lake
Kay S. Magaha, 20, G 1 en at yesterdayand ing Republican administration.
his own way, but it gives everybody charged with commercial
Ellyn, 111., was driving the something to talk about Battered by economic failures,
second car. Riding with her between chocolate coated ba, fishing, fishing without a license challenged by recent American .
.rI
and fish-
was Nancy Graham, 22, 1942 nanas. And when the rubjecl device., using an illegal achievements in space, torn by
NW 34th St. Neither was in ing the Chinese Russian rift and
palls, there is always the decision said Rt.
Deputies Armstrong,
faced with American
jured. to be made: Play a gameof 2, Box 337, was in a boat with- strengthand .
Sheriff's quoted Rex skee ball or go to see the life device and courage, international communism -
deputies out a saving ,
has lost its unity and H
headlight of Miss diving horse? fish five feet
as saying one was using a trap momentum."

Magaha's car was out as he long and three feet in diameter. I I

approached, and he thoughther Speedy Scot The space program won an ;* -

car was a motorcycle.When unqualified endorsement in the Fire ortheft will J Q'4

he realized it was a car, Now plank, which said "The United _
Eyeing Cold Crosses present no hazard to your 4
it was too late to avoid collision States must never again settle

they said.ExLocal. Series for second place in the race for: valuable possessions if I ( Wi'c& __ __
Big New England tomorrow's frontiers." The Re- ct. '1

Man I' publicans had suggested a slower -!: they're kept in a Citizens f4 ; : .
WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pace in space exploration.In I w7! .*

Speedy Scot, virtually assured New England shivered in cold Safe Deposit Box. 5
To Work OnDevelopment of a second straight Harness I rain and fog today and thunder- the draft civil rights plank,

Horse of the Year title, now I showers pelted an arc across the key for northern forces was Time-lock, steel and .

turns his sights to a premier the northern Plains. the word "enforcement." The .

] trotting series for 4yearolds. I Much of the nation enjoyedfair Goldwater majority at San concrete protection pro- 4

A former Gainesville man Speedy Scot the new sensation -, skies and the Weather Bureau Francisco rejected that word asoffensh.e vide maximum ;1 -
security f"4r
to the South and in-'
of the trotting world, easily j j
has been named to a $1,000 a' I said the outlook was good

month job heading: a downtown .I won the $50,000 Roosevelt Inter- for widespread sunshine. stead"execution"pledged "implementation"and of the Civil i at a cost of only pennies \ I. .

redevelopment programfor national Trot Saturday night, Besides showers early todayin .

Albuquerque, N.M. deposing gallant old Su Mac: Nebraska, Minnesota and Rights Act.Southern a day. Come in and

Ronald E. Ginn, son of Mr. Lad as champion of this glam-: Montana, rains fell in areas members of the plat I

and Mrs. Angus T. Ginn Jr. orous global event. I from southern Texas to the middle form executive committee madeno see us today about

of 1811 NE 7th Ter., was approved Old Sumie now 10, was second -' Atlantic Coast.Temperatures issue of the civil rights security for your

by the Albuquerque in the International.It the weather language. They planned a meeting '

Metropolitan Development was the sixth straight victory bureau said, were nothing out of to consider a united stand I valuabfes. "" '_ -

Committee by the local Chapter for Speedy Scot, 4-year-cldl the ordinary. on the question. i i .

of the American Instituteof star of Mr. and I I, \

Architects. Vannlennep's Castleton Farm of

Ginn is currently supervisinga Lexington, Ky. and posed the HOLLEY,

similar redevelopment pro- question of what competition remains \\ \
CANDIDATE
gram for Roswell, N.M., and in his path towards a second for GOVERNOR

plans to complete the job in straight harness horse of,
Charles R. Holey! will speak ct Gainesville High School Auditorium -
late September. the year title.Trainer I
Tuesday, August 25. at 8:15 P.M. The public is invited.Mr. .
Ginn is an honor graduate of Ralph Baldwin, who
I Holtey on attorney in St. Petersburg. a member of the Flori- CITIZENS BANK GAINCiVILLf
the University of Florida and drove Speedy Scot to a 2tt-
da House of Representatives and the Minority Leader has strong
worked with local architectsand length triumph over Sumac Lad,
convictions and faith in conservative principles.! His quote is
developers while in school, and six European trotters said i iI
exemplary, "I con, and will?, use the full powers of the Governor's i
end afterwards.He the Castleton star now would, \
I'I Office to fight for our individual rights, which have made this
and his wife moved to
concentrate on the trotting series -' "
country great.
Albuquerque abcut! two years I I for 4-year-olds sponsored by, Pd. Pol. Adv.

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JOHN H. HARRISON, President M4PuMuhtr ..,'4.. o j/V'
; PAT COWLS, Vk PrMldM SOUTHBy
[
the Riots
Florida's Beautiful l Ed JOHNSON, Viet Prtsidtnt Of
and Executive Editor W. 6. (Bill)

jT:,'I; 4 'University City' 1J EBERSOLE Director Viet BOB President TARTAGUONE and Advertising RALPH McGILL

Pilltier Prize Winning Fabliiker By DAVID LAWRENCE
I Vies President and CirculaUea Manager. Of the AtlMU. (Ga.) CraftitmtlM

as the exercise of free speech,
THE SUN'S POLICY
WASHINGTON President has resulted in widespread
-
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. AtlanticCity Johnson is telling the nation disorders. Again and again,

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. that Americans must reject the "demonstrations" have

3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. "street rioters and night had no relationship to the

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ... -. riders" and adhere to law "civil rights" law or to' other
:
public questions, but merely -
Want Ads--376-4672 I'I and order so as to assure racial -
\ peace. But the Democratic have afforded an opportunity -
for "hooliganism" the
-I administration is about a

Steps Should Not Be Delayed year late in getting at the looting of stores, as well as

TopicsATLANTIC : roots of the violence which the throwing of bricks, stones
and bottles at innocent citizens -
.,4 j It is right that criticism should be general, the community and the educational has swept many Northern cit and the police.

directed toward the most conspicuous personnel are at fault. ies.The
CITY It already __ sanction unwittingly
/ the educational today given the national admin- THE POLICE departmentsin
gap in system is apparent that this by
...
The 1957 enabling act specifically _. ._ "' all big cities are worried.
technical train- may be the ideal city for national istration in Washington to the
j -occupational and defines the purpose of the junior political ingatherings. "" 'E.L.1OUS! ANt OULIW.3Gr., TOo! III idea of street demonstrations, When tear gas, fire hoses, police -

'- ( ing for the great majority of American colleges in Florida and charges them Conventions are sweaty things. while theoretically defensible dogs or other methods are

school and with the Here breezes blow. used to quell the riots, var-
youth at high post- duty of offering such con- cooling

tinuing opportunities the The city long has been a refuge THE WORLD'S FOREMOST ious civic organizations
NEWS
'. high school levels. as community for convalescents. Thereare ANALYST promptly call it "police brutality" .

s ** desires, including semi-pro- places of healing and rest ; and this in turn cannot -,

I But too often the proposed answer fessional, technical, and vocational for those who buckle under but encourage some

jt J is the creation of new and expensive training. It even provides for adult the strain. There are a number thoughtless persons of both

( education to meet of and races to take more chances
institutional courses "special psychiatrists psychologists Decision
i under separate Painful
programs ,
interest" needs. doing business with street demonstrations.
administration rather than the
here, and while their num- The sober truth is that cities -

healthy proliferation of systems and ber cannot match that of
Here is do not have enough mon-
programs already designed to do the a legally-authorized institution Los Angeles, there is no smogto Nrm Ul1rk mitttr1t son is not likely to be accus- man .alive who can keep up

occupational job that is needed. custom-tailored for the job to put cobwebs in the mind.A By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON ed of being as casual about with him 18 hours a day. ey or policemen to deal with

a be done. It should not be the growing violence. Maybe
eyed with the decision as Barry Goldwater
I,' ;' delegate or reporter who No pres- Therefore, it might seem a
1 distrust but used to the fullest limitof was when he picked Con- of the funds appropriated -
some
W. L. Godwin, director of the has worn out his legs and idential decision in the historyof tidy solution to make Mans-
t
Ml Southern Regional Education Board, its potential.And throat with much standing, the nation has proved to gressman Bill Miller as the field vice president and Hum- by Congress to try.to get

( walking and talking, can renta be more important, or under Republican vice presidential phrey majority leader, but to the moon will have to be
points to the "growing community comfortable rated than the selection nominee, but Mike Mansfield this would
steps should not be delayedto wheeled chair of mean elevating
made available to help keep
college movement as the most logical and be pushed along the board the vice president, and the would be the first to proclaim Mansfield at 61 and passingover
start the machinery in motion for peace on earth, especially in
means of closing this educational walk, watching the graceful reason is fairly clear. he has done so many times Humphrey at 53 on the
the authorization of such a community and whether Few that nobody now in the fieldis ironical that Hum American cities.
gap. This is the position taken in a seagulls wondering men like to anticipatetheir ground
institution in or near Gaines life is as well qualified for the would be effec- Perhaps the best exampleof
not and
a gull's some- own illness or death, phrey a more
\
\l recent report from the American
ville. If action is taken now, classescan thing to consider for the next fewer still like to choose a vice preside ncy as Hum- tive majority leader, on the how expensive it is to han-
Council on Education called "Man,
be in operation in three years.If incarnation. successor who is clearly phrey. presumption that all would be dle a mass demonstration was t\
Education and Work.
there is too much dallying, mull- There is a burlesque house qualified to succeed them. EVERYTHING depends on well with the President for given just a year ago this

here as well as night clubs, the next four years.
ing, and political maneuvering, a the President's approach to month in the famous "Marchon
The report is concerned with thee bowling alleys steam baths
YET WE HAVE reached HISTORY certainly does "
neighboring area will seize the prize the decision. If he assumes Washington. Few people
80 per cent of our youth who "drop and excellent restaurants.The that melancholy point in his- not recommend that we make outside of governmental
and Alachua County will be shut that he will continue to enjoy agen-
| out of high school or college or who out. platform is now topic tory again and this time the good health and avoid all accidents too many optimistic assumptions cies know how costly the effort -
number one. With civil rights decision must be made by in this field. Two of the influence
school.
The and how the
never go beyond high Senator Mansfield can was -
written into law, the Demo- President Johnson when he is last four presidents (Roosevelt administration had
the
1 seriousness of the problem is dramatically clearly fill the job with dis of
This is no time for ulongstandingprejudice" crats may be expected to turn in full vigor physically and tinction. He is a thoughtfuland and Kennedy) have to be exerted behind the scen-

) stated in the report: "Turned or weak indecision to pre. to the important objectives riding high politically.This experienced man who has died in office and the third es to put white leaders in

I out of our educational system thatis vail. Here is an issue that needs to ahead. The ills of poverty and is a painful subject, won respect and affection (Eisenhower) was out of co- charge wherever possible so

oriented toward else's college the reeking, decaying slum mission for a while with two
someone be resolved by sound logic and hard even to write about, but such whever he has gone. But if as to diminish the appearanceof
sections of cities which fill
degree rather than their own are evidence as we have indicates serious illnesses. conflict.
the President feels that he race
facts. In of service
in financial
scope ed with poverty of pocket and
l work needs and entering a labor that the President, like many dare not make the assumptionof Also, there is nothing in the
costs in
economic returns to thecommunity' spirit are one such objective.It .
>' market whose jobs require constantly will be helpful if the lessonof I.of his predecessors, is agonizing vigorous good health, the record of the presidency to THE INSIDE story of the

the answer which the and temporizing about it, is different.For suggest that the on "March on Washington" has
problem quite pressures
t higher levels of education and slum disorders has been
: state offers for the problem of con- so the issue has to be faced. the man in that office are get- never been officially reveal
I skill development their studied.IT Senator Mansfield, whoIs
prospectsthe tinuing education, both vocationaland Most of the time, apparently ting any less. In the first 111 ed. Here is an unpublished
modest sensitive and
( prospects of the 80 per cent) general, has more to commendit IS NO mystery why the he seems willing to go self-effacing a ,man has been years of the presidency, vice summary, obtained from official -

are bleak." than the "vocational instituteplan" disturbing brawls have been along with the predominantview wondering for a long time, not presidents took over the office sources, telling what the

of his party, that Sena- via death for only 14 years, federal government did to
whose future is precarious and in large measure the work of about taking on larger responsibilities -
tor Hubert Humphrey stands but in this vice "March
century presi- keep the on Washington" -
:But these are the very people the whose support, both in terms of teen agers and those in their at 61, but about
out above all others now in cents called to the White peaceful:
I community (or junior) college is de. early 20s. The participants are giving up his responsibilitiesas
and
money patronage, is uncertain. contention as the one man who House by the death of the "Under military planning,
jobless. They often are out-of- majority leader and even
signed to serve. That it is serving has both earned the appointment President have served for 22
Lt. Colonel John Downie Jr.,
school delinquents.They are about retiring from the Sen-
k them in ever-increasing numbers is Already a number of state systems not representative of slums. and is qualified to be ate to teach. of the 64 years.Fortunately Office of the Assistant Chiefof

I a matter of record. Where the com that have experimented with the Many good, decent.people live President. But at other mom- The argument for choosing candidates for Staff for Intelligence, Department -

& munity college is not performing its institute approach are "converting"to in slums. But the rioters are ents or so we are told- the vice presidency have been of the Army, was
Mansfield is clear The
Senator enough.
about
( dual function of providing continuing the symptoms of the worst condi- he thinks putting improving in this century. responsible for the military
junior-community college plan Mike Mansfield of Mon- President still thinks with
a Knnedy's choice of Johnsonis
tions of the
most duringthe
povertyridden policing operations
education, both occupational and both for efficiency and for economy. sections of slums. tana in the job and replacinghim congressional mind. He wants a case in point, and now march. Colonel Dowme'splans

Condemnation of lawlessnessis as Senate Majority Leader the most energetic majority it is the President's turn to called for the use of 4-

with Humphrey. leader he can get and Hum- set the standards and pick
necessary. But it should be 000 combat troops, including

plain that resolutions are not Either way, President John phrey is probably the only the man. one Marine battalion, to be

Voice of the enough. Condemnations and resolutions maintained on an alert status

PeopleOn do not change the in- DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS ready to take action should a

fections that cause the fevers, disorder occur. In addition to
B BMHB i MBMB B B V BB W M M
j I the hysteria, the madness of these troops, which were to be

_ _ The Sun's Opinion Page violence. We need to get on Reasons Against 'Victory'By stationed in Washington, the
A
with training camps for s u c h Army plans required that an

young people. There is legitimate additional 25,000 com bat.
Opinions; ; and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of work be done. Thereis
to
the People column.
Letters be available at
WALTER LIPPMANNThere moted and controlled from This I believe ready troops
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should much to be and paradox can, ,
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The taught has been some complaint Moscow and Peking, and the be explained. While the great Army posts on the outskirtsof

Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or learned. Unemployment is from the Goldwater troubles would cease if we hada powers have been mak ing Washington.
highest in the agelimi's of
camp about the Secretary of President who had the nerve themselves infinitely stronger,
from 16 to 23. Here is a -
problem State and the Secretary of Defense to use our immense nuclear the weak peoples have invented "UNDER THE HEADING of
Article historical positions and doctrines same be not for platitudes cr re-
Implied required to justify close liaison
police preparation, -
speaking out on the power to command Moscow and are perfecting a meth-
to their need of solutions. It should be firmlyin
them.A
.
a meaningless mid-
the campaign issues. According to and eking to cease and de od of warfare which enables by the metropolitan police

Mid-Road Faith dle-of-the-road faith. restriction upon the number platform. tradition they ought, it is said, sist.This them to elude and circumventthe department was establishedwith

GARY M. TOCKLIN of weapons an individualhas to stand apart from the party sounds simple and gut- great warfare of the great other police departmentsin
HOUSING IS serious issue
EDITOR, Sun: With respect a conflict. sy. But if the Communistsdid the area, the FBI, and military -
should also be considered. and it becomes the powers.
annually
to the statement in your EDITOR'S NOTE: G. El- There has indeed been sucha not cease and desist, the authorities. All leave for
more so. Education already is The of the weak
"What Our Religions Are" son Ruff, Mho wrote the article tradition. But it has been Goldwater strategy would weapons members of the police depart
beyond the capacity of be the violentcivil
non -
Take the many based force to choose between ad- may ment was cancelled for the
for Cowles Magazinesand profit out of fire- on another tradition, us
series the
on basic tenets of local communities. There is disobedience as Gandhi usedit .'
S Broadcasting, has been arms distribution and the which is that politics stops at mitting that we had been week of August 25 in order
Lutherans -"Lutherans don't not a city that does not have in India, or it may be violent -
editor of The Lutheran for 17 supply will dwindle rapidly.I old, even obsolete, school the water's edge and that on bluffing and accepting a war as Mao practiced it in that the force would be at its

claim any doctrine different years, and Is president of the have never needed a gun. plants. There is no municipality the main lines of foreign policy in which 100 million Americans China and as General Giap full strength of almost 2,900

from the common Christian Associated Church Press, an Why do you? of size that does not need and national defense the might be bsrned up. now practices it in Indo- men. In addition, 500 civilian

faith described in the New organization consisting of 125 more classrooms. There is a two parties are agreed. Either way, it would not be China. The point is that mo reserves were to be on duty

Testament and the Apostles' Protestant church periodicals. CHARLES J. GREEN shortage of teachers. Educa- Since the convention at the much of a victory, and the dernveaponsconventionalornuclear in outlying precincts to combat -

Cow Palace, the Republican simple solution, which has any disorders around the
Creed. This is not entirely tion is a national problem. cannot find
He was ordained to the ministry targetsto
$ CoincidenceChain Party has been challengingthe such incalculable risks, is perimeter of the district."It .
true, for I can think of at There are positive things to hit which will defeat the
least one doctrine which is not of the Evangelical Lutheran put into platforms. basic principles and objectives really no solution at all. guerrilla warfare of the weak. was further planned that \

held Protestantsor Church in 1928 and served of American foreignand The question remains: approximately 2,000 regular
commonly by Has Kinks
Peace is bread and but-
a I
for 14 Lutheran defense policy. That being Why, with all our military would be in
( for that matter Roman years- as a ter issue. France's Communist THE ONLY WAY to defeat police officers uniform -

I Catholics) today.Lutherans pastor. EDITOR, Sun: In regard to leader recently died. The veteran the case, the responsible power, can we not make the the guerrilla is to put much on August 28 to police ,
Cabinet officers have not outer world behave as we
the of the march. Some
the interesting comparisons of numbers of area
men on
Marxist leader in larger
accepting the Italyis the but the to think it should? It throws lighton
only right, duty, uniformed firemen would also t
Limit the two assassinated the in the and
Guns presi- at this death. ground, jungles
writing, near
Book this I believe, to
of Concord believe in explain and defend the policies question, be The remaining
on duty.
dents, Lincoln and Kennedy, Younger men will replace in the swamps, on the plains
i of which have the notice that the second
the Real Presence, that is, they super-
by Observer, as appeared in them. Splits are likely. The and in the mountains. As regular police officers were to
hi that the body and blood of Like Drugs? most detailed knowledge and power, namely the Soviet Un-
the Sun on Friday, August 21, tug of war between China and f'against 1 Africans and Asians, be held in reserve for other
Christ are truly and substantially for which, next to the Presi- ion with its formidable nuclear shifts and for
there appeared in Time Mag- white cannot win such assignment
Russia will increase. A men
I present in, with, and un- EDITOR, Sun: When I needa prudent dent, they have the highest arsenal and its immense wherever needed.
azine a similar list which is What is white
man, a prudent course, wars. more,
der the visible elements of specific medicine or drug, responsibility.. army, is also finding that it ,
more correct. realization including the Russians, "Members of the National -
a prudent policy, a men,
bread and wine at the Lnrd'sSupper. two independent persons are cannot make all its wishes
'that neither shooting from the will not mobilize the large Guard were to be assignedto
4 (Ref., Augsburg Confession involved. Whereas the list stated that FOR WORKING journalists, prevail. ;
hip nor lip will cause Russia enough masses of men required work with uniformed police
I Art. X, Apology of the Booth was born in 1839, and whose first concern is to find The latest evidence of this "
The first person determines and China to collapse -theseare for this kind of warfare. officers in police cruisers or J
Aug. Conf. Art. XI, etc.) Oswald in 1939, Tune states out what is going on, these is that the Soviet Union which
my need and the second is topics of conversation.: The The experience of the British Army jeeps. These National
that "Both, in fact, was bornin days are like tr'ing to read stretches across Nor them
I Commonly held Protestant required to have a license Communist world is in some finds itself and the French, the Belgiansand Guardsmen carried offical police -
1838. and understand a difficult Asia to the Pacific, -
very
1 belief states that the bread (backed by a bond) before sort of transition. We need memberof the Dutch is that guerrilla identity cards, and the ,
book in the midst of a blackballed as a
I and wine only symbolize or providing the product. The list also stated that only to be strong and prudent, crowd of people blowing horns the Afro Asian group of warfare in Africa and Asia plans called for the cruisers

represent the body and bloodof Booth shot Lincoln in a the- alert and confident, to profit can have no victorious military and jeeps to patrol the entire
tin But This is
It is possible to regulate the and banging on pans. Communist parties. as
Christ. The Sacrament becomes atre and to warehouse. from the changes ahead. solution.
ran a for the
Washington area, purpose : .
sale of firearms by an equally we must try. if the United States were excluded ;
only a memorial serv- Oswald shot Kennedy from a Peace will not be kept by irresponsible residents and
of
efficient method? What, for example, are we from the Organizationof The plain fact is that the alerting \
ice. The Romanists hold that warehouse and words or deeds. ;
to thea-
ran a
visitors that sufficient police
to make of the fact that with American States.If suppression of guerrilla war- \
I the elements of bread and Would it not be desirable to tre. Time says, "But Booth's and "was visible and .
look around fare is primarily manpower
our present military power, we some predom- .
wine transubstantiated confine the sale of where he ALL THESE things are discussed "
are arms by refuge, was killed
which Sec. Robert McNamarahas more, we see that the other inantly a job for the Infantryand available.
(changed) into Christ's body the several law enforcement twelve days after shooting here as the delegations i l i
Brit In not for the airmen. The
been describing, we are great a ,
powers
arrive and the first
and blood-making the Sacra- agencies? Also would it be a Lincoln, was in fact tobacco
a PUBLICITY given afterwards i
the in and of Goldwater's military THE i
France
caucuses are held. The defection not "winning" war Italy, Germany essence -
ment somewhat of a magic sound practice to require curing barn. I
in also that is the illusion of to the "March on ( ;
of Alabama and South Viet Nam, we are Japan-are finding strategy
,exhibition. owners' their
license arms to renew with auto The list did include that An- Mississippi is a probl m. such trouble over Cyprus, we their military superiority is a major general in the Air Washington" as a big "sue- II '

Your use of broad and not yearly, as drew Johnson was not re- In Arkansas, Governor Fau- face the prospect of more obvious. The advanced nationsof Force that wars can be won cess" doubtless encouragedstreet
?
entirely true (nor entirely tags elected but failed to mention bus, troubled about the trouble in the Congo, British the world seem to be in the by bombing, that the short and demonstrations in other t i

S false) statements is most Preceding the institution of that he was followed in the Winthrop Rockefeller candidacy Guiana is a worry and Cas- grip of a paradox: Thougb simple way to victory is not parts of the country where t t I

dangerous and is, perhaps, any or all of these regulationsa White House by a Republican, is said to have decided! he, tro does not go away? their military power Increases through the mud and the )aD- the police departments were :

part of the popular Ecumeni- national round-up should be whose last name began withG. too, may join those two states The Goldwater answer to their political powerin gle, but by air. The Navy and unable to afford any such protection .

-al Movement which is subverting made of all outstanding weapons and go along with Senator these questions is that all large areas of the world the Army do not share this as was provided a year ;

the faithful from their and those persons having ALSO OBSERVER, Goldwater. these troubles are being pro- diminishes. illusion. ago in the national capital7

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THE SUN is serializing Sen. Goldwater's own book, "Conscience of a Conservative," as a reader service-

et so that readers can make their own appraisal of the candidate and compare his views in 1960 wiJh his

: \ ,I have been much concerned that so many people today statements today. Our publication of this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapprovalof

1 f with Conservative instincts feel compelled to apologize for Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva TheCONSCIENCE

tive" is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright 1960 Victor Publishing Co., Inc.
,'r \ them.' Or if, not to apologize directly, to qualify their commitment ,

: in a way that amounts to breast-beating. epub-

.! 'I} lican candidates," Vice President Nixon has said "shouldbe

economic conservatives but conservatives with a heart." Surely the first obligation of a political thinker is to understand the separate identity of individual human beings are ignored.

; President Eisenhower announced during his first term, "I the nature of man. The Conservative does not claim Throughout history, true Conservatism has been at war OF

am conservative when it comes to economic problems but special powers of perception on this point, but he does equally with autocrats and with "democratic" Jacobins. The

liberal when it comes to human problems." Still other Re- claim a familiarity with the accumulated wisdom and exper- true Conservative was sympathetic with the plight of the

publican leaders have insisted on calling themselves "pro- ience of history, and he is not too proud to learn from the hapless peasant under the tyranny of the French monarchy.

gressive" Conservatives. These formulations are tantamount great minds of the past. And he was equally revolted at the attempt to solve that A CONSERVATIVE

to an admission that Conservatism is a narrow, mechanistic problem by a mob tyranny that paraded under the bannerof
has learned about
The first thing he man is that each
economic that work well as a bookkeeper'sguide egalitarianism.The .
\ theory may very
member of the species is a unique creature. Man's most
but cannot be relied upon as a comprehensive political
sacred possession is his individual soul-which has an immortal -
conscience of the Conservative is pricked by anyone
J philosophy. side, but also a mortal one. The mortal side estab- who would debase the dignity of the individual human be The leading conservative thinker

The same judgment, though in the form of an attack rather lishes his absolute differentness from every other human ing. Today, therefore, he is at odds with dictators who

than an admission, is advanced by the radical camp. "We being. rule by terror, and equally with those gentler collectivistswho in calls for

liberals," they say, "are interested in people. Our concernis Only a philosophy that takes into account the essential ask our permission to play God with the human race. politics today anew

with human beings, while you Conservatives are preoccupied differences between and makes
men, accordingly, provision
1 with the preservation of economic privilege and sta- With this view of the nature of man, it is understandable -
for the different of each domestic
developing potentialities to
man can approach problems
that the Conservative looks politics as the art
tus. Take them a step further, and the Liberals will turn claim be in accord with Nature. upon
to
the accusations into a class argument: it is the little, people of achieving the maximum amount of freedom for individuals -

I that concern us, not the "malefactors of great wealth." We have heard much in the time about "the common that is consistent with the maintenance of the social or- and cold tear
strategy.
man." It is a concept that pays little attention to the historyof der. :
from friend and foe alike do in-
Such statements, great
a nation that grew great through the initiative and am-
-c justice to the Conservative point of view. Conservatism is The Conservative is the first to understand that the prac-
The Conservative knows
bition that
of uncommon men. to
not an economic theory, though it has economic implica- tice of freedom requires the establishment of order: it is
1
regard man as part of an undifferentiated mass is to consign
impossible for one man to be free if another is able to deny
tions. The shoe is precisely on the other foot: it is Socialismthat him ultimate s,:
to slavery.
subordinates all other considerations to man's material him the exercise of his freedom.But .

., wellbeing. It is Conservatism that puts material things in Secondly, the Conservative has learned that the economicand the Conservative also recognizes that the political power -
their proper place-that has a structured view of the human spiritual aspects of man's nature are inextricably inter- a
Ii on which order is based is a self-aggrandizing force;
being and of human society, in which economic plays onlya twined. He cannot be economically free or even economi- that its appetite grows with eating. He knows that the ut-

subsidiary role. cally efficient, if he is enslaved politically; conversely,
most vigilance and care are required to keep political power
man's political freedom is illusory if he is dependent for his
The root difference between the Conservatives and the Liberals within its proper bounds.In .
economic needs on the State.
i is that Conservatives take account of then
of today
our day, order is pretty well taken .care of. The deli-
whole maI while the Liberals tend to look only at the The Conservative realizes, thirdly, that man's develop cate balance that ideally exists between freedom and order
material side of man's nature. The Conservative believes ment, in both its spiritual and material aspects, is not some- has
long since tipped against freedom practically everywhereon
s, that man is, in part, an economic, an animal creature; thing that can be directed by outside forces. Every man, earth. In some countries, freedom is altogether down and
but that he is also a spiritual creature with spiritual needs for his individual good and for the good of his society, is
order holds absolute sway. In our country the trend is less
and desires. What is these needs and desires for his The choices that
spiritual more, responsible own development. gov-
far advanced, but it is well along and gathering momentum
reflect the superior side of man's nature, and thus take precedence ern his life are choices that he must make; they cannotbe day.
every
j over his economic wants. made by any other human being, or by a collectivityof

F human beings.If Thus, for the American Conservative, there is no diffi-
Conservatism therefore looks the enhancement of
upon culty in identifying the day's overriding political challenge:
to i man's spiritual nature as the 'primary concern of political the Conservative Is less anxious than his Liberal breth- it and ...
is to preserve extend .freedom. As he surveys the
1 philosophy. Liberals, on the other hand-in the name of a ren to increase Social Security "benefits," it is because he various attitudes and institutions and laws that currently pre-

concern for "human beings"-regard the satisfaction of economic is more anxious than his Liberal brethren that people be
vail in America, many questions will occur to him, but the
wants as the dominant mission of society. They are, free throughout their lives to spend their earnings when Conservative's first concern will always be: Are we max- By SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER

moreover, in a hurry. So that their characteristic approachIs and as they see fit. imizing freedom? I suggest we examine some of the critical

to harness the society's political and economic forces into So it is that Conservatism, throughout history, has regardedman issues facing us today with this question in mind.

t a collective effort to compel "progress." In this approach, neither as a potential pawn of other men, nor as a *

I believe they fight against Nature. part of a general collectivity in. which the sacredness and End Chapter 1





Ii y The Constitution Foresaw the Perils of Power I


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TWOThe We all know the main components of the system. The first ised to restore limited government and then proceeded, after signs of Moscow. Like so many other nations before us, we
CHAPTER
; is the limitation of the federal government's authority to their election, to expand the activities of government.But may succumb through internal weakness rather than fall
.
specific, delegated powers. The second, a corollary of the let us be honest with ourselves. Broken promises are before a foreign foe.

New Deal, Dean Acheson wrote approvingly in a book first, is the reservation to the States and the people of all not the major causes of our trouble. Kept promises are.

called "A Democrat Looks At His Party," "conceived of the power not delegated to the federal government. The third is I am convinced that most Americans now want to reverse

federal government as the whole people organized to do a careful division of the federal government's power among All too often we have put men in office who have sug- the trend. I think that concern for our vanishing freedomsis

what had to be done." A year later Mr. Larson wrote "A three separate branches. The fourth is a prohibition against gested spending a little more on this, a little more on that, genuine. I think that the people's uneasiness in the stifling -

Republican Looks At His Party," and made much the impetuous alteration of the system-namely, Article V's tortuous who have proposed a new welfare program, who have thoughtof omnipresence of government has turned into some-

same claim in his book for Modern Republicans. The "underlying but wise, amendment procedures.Was another variety of "security." We have taken the bait, thing approaching alarm. But bemoaning the evil will not

philosophy" of the New Republicanism, said Mr. preferring to put off to another day the recapture of free- drive it back, and accusing fingers will not shrink govern-

Larson, is that "if a job has to be done to meet the needsof it then a Democracy the framers created? Hardly. dom and the restoration of our constitutional system. We ment.

the people, and no one else can do it, then it is the The system of restraints, on the face of it, was directednot have gone the way of many a democratic society that has
proper function of the federal government. only against individual tyrants, but also against a tyranny lost its freedom by persuading itself that if "the people"rule The turn will come when we entrust the conduct of our
affairs to who understand that their first
men duty as pub-
of the masses. The framers were well aware of the all is well.
Here we have, by prominent spokesmen of both political might lic officials is to divest themselves of the power they have
danger self-seeking demagogues-that they
parties, an unqualified repudiation of the principle of limited posed by The Frenchman Alexis de Tocqueville, probably the most been given, It will come when Americans, in hundreds of
majority of the people to confer on governmentvast
government. There is no reference by either of them to the persuade a economic clairvoyant political observer of modern times, saw the dan- communities throughout the nation, decide to put the man
of
in return for promises
deceptive
Constitution, or any attempt to define the legitimate func- powers ger when he visited this country in the 1830's. Even then he in office who is pledged to enforce the Constitution and
And forbade such transfer of powerfirstby
tions of government.The gain. so they a outsidethe foresaw decay for a society that tended to put more emphasis restore the Republic. Who will proclaim in a campaign
in effect that certain activities are
declaring on its democracy than on its republicanism. He predictedthat speech: "I have little interest in streamlining governmentor
needs be done note natural and legitimate of the public authority, and'
whatever to
do ,
government can ; scope "
America would produce, not tyrants but "guardians. in making it more efficient, for I mean to reduce its
too, the implicit but necessary assumption that it is the secondly by dispersing public authority among several levels And that the American people would "console themselves! size. I do not undertake to promote welfare, for I propose
needs to be done. and branches of in the that each seat of
itself that determines what government hope
government for being in tutelage by the reflection that they have chosen to extend freedom. My aim is not to pass laws, but to
I think underrate the importance of these authority, jealous of its own prerogatives, would have a natural -
We must not,
be
their own guardians. Every man allows himself to repeal them. It is not to inaugurate new programs but to
statements. They reflect the view of a majority of the lead- incentive to resist aggression by the others. put in lead-strings, because he sees that it is not a per- cancel old ones that do violence to the Constitution, or

ers of one of our parties, and of a strong minority amongthe But the framers were not visionaries. They knew that rulesof son nor a class of persons, but the people at large that that have failed in their purpose, or that impose on the
the first
leaders of the other, and they propound prin- calculated to with hold the end of his chain." people an unwarranted financial burden. I will not attemptto
that the State is competent to do government, however brilliantly cope
ciple of totalitarianism:
discover whether legislation is 'needed' before I have first
all things and is limited in what it actually does only by the imperfect nature of man, however carefully designed to Our tendency to concentrate power in the hands of a few determined whether it is constitutionally permissible. Andif

the will of those who control the State.It avoid the pitfalls of power, would be no match for men men deeply concerns me. We can be conquered by bombsor I should later be attacked for neglecting my constitu-
who were determined to disregard them.In subversion but also be
neglectby
by we can conquered by
; '
is clear that this view is in direct conflict with the ents' 'interests, I shall reply that I was informed their
the Constitution and the
Constitution which is an instrument above all, for limitingthe the last analysis their system of government would ignoring disregarding princi- main interest is liberty and that in that cause I am doing
of limited Our defenses the
ples government. against accum- "
only if the governed were sufficiently determinedthat the best I can.
functions of government, and which is as binding todayas prosper very
unlimited in in
ulation of Washington are
power poorer
it should. "What have given us? a woman asked
when it was written. But we are advised to go a step you shape, I fear, than our defenses against the aggressive de End Chapter 2
Con-
further and ask why the Constitution's framers restricted the Ben Franklin toward the close of the Constitutional

vention. "A Republic," he said, if you can keep it.."
of
government.

scope Conservatives are often charged, and in a sense rightlyso We have not kept it. The Achesons and Larsons have had Where LBJ Is IPresident

with having an overly mechanistic view of the Consti- their way. The system of restraints has fallen into disrepair.The Strongest

tution: "It is America's enabling document; we are American federal government has moved in every field in whichit

citizens; therefore." the Conservatives' theme runs, "we believes its services are needed. The state governments -

are morally and legally obliged to comply with the docu- are either excluded from their rightful functions by federal Lyndon B. Johnson's most powerful asset In his '

ment." All true. But the Constitution has a broader claimon preemption or they are allowed to act at the sufferanceof bid for election this year is the continued high mark the

our loyalty than that. The founding fathers had a reason the federal government. Inside the federal governmentboth American people give him for the job he has done in the

for endorsing the principle of limited government; and this the executive and judicial branches have roamed far White House.In .

reason recommends defense of the constitutional scheme outside their constitutional boundary lines. And all of these every survey since Mr. Johnson became President last -1ji- )

even to those who take their citizenship obligations lightly. things have come to pass without regard to the amendment November, more than 70% of the voters have approved of his

The reason is simple, and it lies at the heart of the Con- procedures prescribed by Article V. performance. Today, 75% of a carefully selected crosssectionof

American voters give him a favorable rating.
servative philosophy.
The result is a Leviathan, a vast national authority out
The single Johnson weakness seems to be on the issue of
Throughout history, government has proved to be the chief of touch with the people and out of their control. This mon-
handling corruption in government, on which only a bare Before the recent Vietnam crisis, the Johnson rating on
Government olith of is bounded only by the will of those who
for thwarting man's liberty. power
instrument repre-
51% give him a vote of confidence. It is a safe
majority that issue was only 42% favorable. But with the Tonkin Bay
sit in
sents in the hands of some men to control and regu- high places.
power bet that much Republican fire will be directed against Mr. episode approval of the President's handling of Vietnam

late the lives of other men. And "power, as Lord Acton said, There are a number of ways in which the power of Johnson on this issue, ranging from the Bobby Baker and shot up spectacularly to 72%. He appears to be in an ad-

corrupts" men. "Absolute power, he added, "corrupts ab government can be measured.One Billy Sol Estes cases to questions about the Johnson family vantageous position to appeal to the people as a Presidentwho

solutely. holdings. wants to keep America strong, but who will also work
financial Federal
is the size of its operations. spend-
State power, considered in the abstract, need not restrict hundred billion dollars High scores from the public for his handling of foreign policy for peace. His weakest area now appears to be U. S. policyin
is a
ing approaching a year
now
problems in Berlin, in Vietnam and in working for peace
freedom: but absolute state power always does. The legiti- (compared with three and one-half billion less than three Latin America.In .
mate functions of government are actually conducive to free generally illustrate the potential advantages of a Presi-
dom. Maintaining internal order, keeping foreign foes at bay, decades ago.) dential incumbent. In' domestic issues as well, Mr. Johnsonis domestic affairs the Johnson ratings are also strong, except

administering justice, moving obstacles to the free inter- Another is the scope of its activities. A study recently seen by voters as a man who has been successful in get- for the corruption issue:

change of goods-the exercise of these powers makes it pos- conducted by the Chicago Tribune showed that the federal ting Congress to act on his programs, in keeping the economy LBJ DOMESTIC POLICY RATINGS

sible for men to follow their chosen pursuits with maxi- government is now the "biggest land owner, property man- healthy and in "moving the country ahead." (Doing Excellent or Very Good Job)

mum freedom. But note that the very instrument by which ager, renter, mover and hauler, medical clinician, lender, insurer Here is the trend of over-all job ratings the American people TOTAL NATIONPer

these desirable ends are achieved can be the instrumentfor mortgage broker, employer, debtor, taxer and spender have accorded President Johnson since early this year: Cent

achieving undesirable ends-that government can, in- in all history." How would you rate the job Lyndon Johnson is doing as Keeping economy healthy 77

stead of extending freedom, restrict freedom. President excellent very good, fair or poor? Getting Congress to act on program 77
Still another is the portion of the peoples' earnings govern- OVERALL JOHNSON JOB RATING ,

And note, secondly, that-the "can" quickly becomes "will" ment appropriates for its own use: nearly a third of earningsare (Doing Excellent or Very Good Job) Working for federal aid to education 76
70
tax cut
the moment the holders of government power are left to taken every year in the form of taxes.A Per CentAugust Moving Getting a country ahead 67

device This is because influence
their of the corrupting 75
own
fourth is the extent of government interference in the Keeping spending under control 62 "
of power, t.e natural tendency of men who possess daily lives of individuals. The farmer is told how much July 72 Handling race problems 60
to take unto themselves The ten- 1
more 78
some power power.
wheat he can grow. The wage earner is at the mercyof May Handling farm problems 59
dency leads eventually to the acquisition of all 83
power-
national union leaders whose great power is a direct February Working for Medicare 59
whether in the hands of one or makes little differ- the focus of attentionon
many In foreign policy particularly public
consequence of federal labor legislation. The businessmanis Keeping corruption out of government 51
ence to the freedom of those left on the outside. of the role of the Chief Executive seems to be working ,
hampered by a maze government regulations, and often
strongly for the President; : According to long-standing political lore, the> prosperity issue
Such, then, is history's lesson which Messrs. Acheson by direct government competition.The
LBJ FOREIGN POLICY RATINGS should be Mr. Johnson's most powerful weapon this year. In'i
and Larson evidently did not read: release the holders of
state from any restraints other than those they wishto government takes six per cent of most payrolls in (Doing Excellent or Very Good Job) cumbent presidents are supposed to be invulnerable when !f
power Social Security Taxes and thus compels millions of Individuals TOTAL NATION times are good. But other old-fashioned political shibboleths
themselves and down the
swinging
well-travelled impose upon road to absolutism.The you are to postpone until later years the enjoyment of wealth Per Cent have been exploded in 1964, such as the one that voters never

they might otherwise enjoy today. Increasingly, the federal Working for peace in the world 82 change their minds during a campaign, and this one could

framers of the Constitution had learned the lesson. government sets standards of education, health and safety. Standing firm on Berlin 76 be exploded, too.

They were not only students of history, but victims of It: Keeping military defense! strong 75 Public response would seem to bolster Mr. Johnson's claim
How did it happen? How did national governmentgrow
they knew from'lVld, personal experience that freedom depends our Handling Khrushchev 74 that in less than a year in office be has overcome some of the
from a servant with limited into a
sharply
on effective restraints against the accumulation of powers Handling Vietnam 72 major sources of frustration President John Kennedy faced:
master with virtually unlimited ?
power in a single authority. And that is what the Constitu- power Foreign aidHandling 58 getting Congress to act on the administration's program, par-

tion is: a system of restraints against the natural tendencyof In part, we were swindled. There are occasions when we Castro and Cuba 58 ticularly the tax cut, the poverty program and the civil rights

government to expand in the direction of absolutism. have elevated men and political parties to power that prom- Helping Latin America U bilL


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'; r This is the first of two are so Inseparably annexed unto it Luke. "-

:; tides on "What is a Presbyterian that no person can be regener. This doctrine is set forth In
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, ," in the Sun's continuing ated or saved without it." the Apostles' Creed, the Westminster About the AuthorJohn

_= series on the nation's OUR 0 Confession of Faith,
! major faiths, "What Our Religions WHAT Do Presbyterians baptize and in the Doctrinal Statement: Sutherland Bonnell is minister emeritus

L : Are." 1. children? of the Basis of Union of Presbyterian of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. In ),
_
l! Yes-to signify that they too, Churches. All Presbyterians January 1962 he resigned as senior minister after
' By JOHN C. BONNELL are received as members of the believe in the Incarna-I more than 26 years of service. He is presently lecturing

: What is a Presbyterian? w Church and are in union with tion that God was made I and conducting preaching missions throughout -
Christ. When these children flesh and came to man in Jesus the nation.In .
A Presbyterian is a Protestant -
'i' have reached the age of discretion -Christ. addition to his New York pastorate, Mr.
who belongs to a particular S
S
;: form, of church government. L.RELIGIONS they will assume the I Bonnell has lectured for 20 years at the Theological -
The word ARE obligation taken on behalf by Do Presbyterians employ II Seminary, Princeton. He has also been honored
Presbyterian refers -
_".. their parents. Presbyterians do the confessional? I I by invitations to conduct 10 nationally known lectureships -
not to a special system of
not believe that children dying Not in the same sense as,, such as the Sprunt Lectures at Union
:, doctrine or worship, but to a I without baptism are excluded Roman Catholics or High;* Theological Seminary, Richmond Virginia, and

representative form of church I from the bliss of heaven or the Church Episcopalians. Beiev-I the Chancellor's Lectures, at Queen's University,

*: government. In Greek, "presby- vision of God. ing in "the priesthood of all, Kingston Ontario.

teros means "elder. The believers" Presby terians' For 23 years, while minister of the Fifth Ave

Presbyterian Church is governed -Church the .Nicene and the lag the vision of God. The New ent in the sacrament of Holy Do Presbyterians* believe make their confession directly:| nue Presbyterian Church Mr. Bonnell conducted
by elders: teaching eld--Apostles' Creeds. Testament emphasizes the Communion? ,I that Jesus Christ is the Son to God without a human!i coast-to-coast radio programs, among which was

ers, who are ordained minis- I dread nature of the punish- No. Presbyterians believe of God? intermediary.The I the well-known "National V >pers."
ters or pastors, and ruling eld- What do Presbyterians believe I I ment which sin inevitably incurs that Christ is spiritually pres- Yes. This belief is central in great increase of spirit-

ers elected from the ranks of about the Bible? I the severest of which is ent in the Lord's Supper. Pres- Presbyterian doctrine, which ual counseling has taught I

the Church. Presbyterians believe the separation from God.It byterians do not believe that teaches that Jesus Christ, the Presbyterians that confessionis in the Resurrection? Do Presbyterians employ

'In each congregation these Scriptures of the Old and New is understandable men Christ is offered up in the sac- :Eternal Son of God for us and sometimes more searchingand Yes. With a few exceptions, symbolism worship? .
( elders, with a minister at their Testaments to be the Word of should think of the spiritual rament to the Father or that 'for our salvation became man. thorough-going when it is Presbyterians do not interpretthe Yes. There was a time when I'
head Moderator the
form
as God and "the only infallible world in material terms; heaven -any real sacrifice is made. Therefore, He is true God and made to God in the presenceof phrase in the Apostles' Presbyterian churches were
Session with supreme author- rule of faith and practice" as streets of gold and The sacrament is a commem- true man: at once the Revealer a pastor. Such confession is Creed "the resurrection of the largely devoid of religio'us
in all matters in I
ity the local church.spiritual and that they are the sourceof gates of pearl. Similarly hell oration of the sacrifice of of God and the Savior of Volunlary, never compulsory; body," as meaning the physical -symbols and noted for their
those truths by which men has been pictured in such ma- Christ once offered for all men. men. and the confession is made to body. austere appearance. This was

There are. two additional terial imagery as fire and The Westminister Confessionof God, not the pastor. I Saint Paul writes: "Flesh due to the desire of Scottish
boards in each *
congregation: live.They .
believe in the "inspir- brimstone. While these are Faith expre.sses the doctrinein Do Presbyterians believein 'and blood cannot inherit the reformers to avoid everythingthat
the deacons have responsibility I
for distributing charity and ation" of the Scriptures: that symbols, it must not be for- this way: "Worthy receivers the Trinity? What do Presbyterians be- kingdom of God; neither doth might suggest the vener .-
in some congregations other God spoke through men whose gotten that they represent a outwardly partaking of the i Yes. The Trinity is frequently lien about salvation? corruption inherit corruption." ation of religious objects and

duties have been allocated to minds and hearts He had! spiritual reality.All visible elements of this sac- invoked in worship at every They believe that salvation ,They understand "the resur- relics. Such practices were
a touched. They therefore inspired thoughtful Christians will, rament do then inwardly by and in the bene- regarded as idolatrous.The .
them and the trustees hold baptism, is not earned by good works rection of the body" as a reference -
the for the words. however reject as immoraland faith really and indeed yet diction at the close of each I but is the gift of God. Good to the spiritual body of descendants of these re
property and are entrusted congregation with its Most Presbyterians have rejected unchristian the teachingonce not carnally and corporally, service. When God is spokenof works are the fruits of salvation -the resurrection. Paul writes: formers however came to see
the view of inspiration, proclaimed that the blissof but spiritually receive and that a legitimate use may be
upkeep. They also charged as three Persons Father evidence that we are "It is sown a natural body, it
are held by pre-Christian the redeemed will be height- feed Christ crucified and made of symbolism in worshipand
pagan upon Son and Holy
with responsibility for the finances Spirit Presbyterians growing in grace and in the is to a spiritual world.
of the church. In some writers that the personalitiesof ened by watching the suffer- all the benefits of His death, do not think of Him as knowledge of Christ.Presbyterians Presbyterians believe in the the holiness and beauty &
the inspired men were "possessed" ings of the damned. the body and blood of Christ. three individuals. That is tri- believe that Resurrection of Jesus Christ. are not contradictory, that ,
Presbyterian churches responsibilities -
of the: Board of or entranced by a spiritso Heaven and hell are not really but spiritually presentto theism. One God reveals Him- salvation is found only througha Our Lord's sinless] body did there is "indeed a "beauty of
that they became "pens of only places they are also the faith of believers. ." holiness.
Trustees are performed by the ; self in three manifestations. complete commitment and not see corruption. It was
Board of Deacons. God" or wrote down what Deity states of mind and character. The word "Persons" used of surrender to God as He is revealed -transformed into a spritu a 1 This change of emphasis
had dictated. Rather they They have their commencement Do Presbyterians believe brought a return to Gothic ar
the Godhead is employed in in Christ. God pardons body. Saint John in his Gospel
S believe that God the here and An that is i chitecture the construction of ,
employed in the now. baptism to
What is the basis of the necessary the same sense as "persona. .our sins and accepts us, not suggests that the resurrected
chancels the of
Presbyterian creed? personalities of chosen men in utterly selfish godless man salvation? It signifies a character or a for any merit of our own, but body of Jesus for evidential use organs
and choirs, and the
In 1643 the Parliament of making His Divine revelation. could find no happiness in the No. They accept this rite, representation Various analo- because of our faith in the perfect purposes retained certain phy- ment of candelabra and employ.the
England appointed 151 laymen, Presbyterians do not equate Christian heaven because he ordinar i 1 y perform e d by gies have been employed by obedience of Christ and sical properties.
clergymen and church schol- tradition with the Bible. Tra- carries hell in his heart. sprinkling water on the person, theologians to explain this doctrine His sacrificial death. According to the New Testament cross.When
is used
a
ars to draw up a system of dition plays a decidedly infer- as a holy sign or seal of the but most Presbyterians Forgiveness grace and sal- and especially Saint cross as a
in
religious
symbol
Reformation doctrine and gov- ior role in Presbyterian think- What sacraments are observed Covenant of Grace an out- accept it by faith. vation are obtained through a Paul, man's body, unlike that churches, it is the Presbyterian cross of- "

ernment. They labored for six ing. ? ward symbol of inward regen- a direct personal relationship to of Jesus, will experience cor- the Resurrection the empty
years, holding 1,163 sessions, S 0 Only two: Holy Communionthe eration. Do Presbyterians acceptthe God without the mediationof ruption. But the body of believers the risen
cross symbolizing ,
Do Presbyterians believein ( Lord's Supper) and bap- Birth? ministers will be transformed into a
and produced among other While baptism is urgently Virgin or priests. Presby- Victorious Christ The cruci-
important theological works heaven and hell? tism. With the vast majority of recommended in the Presby- Yes. A majority of Presbyterians -terians accept the New Testa- spiritual body which will be fix is never employed.

the Westminister Confession of Yes. The Bible and human Protestants, Presbyterians be- terian Church and while its among whom this author ment witness: "For thereis the body of the resurrection.

Faith, which is recognized as experience teach that we are lieve that Jesus instituted only omission is regarded as' a is included undoubtedly one God, and one mediator Paul writes: "It is sown a natural -

the creed of English-speaking living in a moral universe these two sacraments. grave fault, it is not held to believe that the entrance of between God and men, the body, it is raised a spri- NEXT: "What is a Presbyterian -

Presbyterians. Most Presbyterians .vhere sin carries its own ap- be necessary for salvation. The Jesus into our world was bya man Christ Jesus." itual body. There is a natural ," Part II.
accept also the creeds of iropriate penalty and righte- Do Presbyter believe Confession of Faith declares: miraculous birth as related body and there is a spiritual (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines

the early undivided Christiar. msness its own; reward, includ- that Christ is physically pres- "Grace and salvation are not by Saint Matthew and Saint Do Presbyterians believe j body" ((1 Corinthians 15:44): ). and Broadcasting, Inc.)

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.the SUNGENERAL '
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Draughan of Hobgood, N.C., and

Four weekend auto accidentsin four of their five children were I

four states killed a total of 43 among nine persons killed when _
HOSPITAL baby boy John Darby Mrs. Department and Alachua County persons, including 11 children. their can ran off a rural road

August 23,1961BIRTHS Teresita Richardson and baby Sheriff's Office during the and crashed into a tree: _
girl, Mrs. Sandra Brown and past 48 hours were: Near Aurora Minn., Sunday Near Elyria, Ohio, Sunday a

Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Pullen baby girl Paul Marshall, Mrs. three New York State residents convertible slammed into a con- __________
City, a girl; Mr. & Mrs. Willard Velma Polsen and baby girl, A parked auto owned by D. driving to a funeral home to crete bridge, killing a recently
L. Brooks 1617 NW 6th Ave.
Hunter City, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Phyllis Baucom and baby view the body of their father divorced father and his four
Mrs. Phillip Holland, City, a boy Donald Dekle E1 I c i se and a hit and run vehicleat were killed in an accident. children.

girl; Mr. & Mrs. Sonny Golf 322 Boyles, Eva Kuitert i Jo- 10:50: p.m. yesterday at 620 The victims included Max Ko- They were Ronald Pandy 26,
SE 4th Ave.George _
:SE 55th St., a girl; Mr. & Mrs. seph Cobb Harley Lang- chevar Jr., 21; his brother, Robert of Lorain, Ohio and his chil- ______

Robert Parrish, Lake Butler a ford, Lucian Prevail Walter J. Hubert Jr., 200 20, and sister Judith 13, all dren, Debbie, 7; Danny 5; David
: girl.: Carroll Myra Cribbs, Donald Clear Lake Drive ana a hit- of White Plains, N.Y. 4, and Dennis 2. Pandywas

Pryor Walter Patrick L i in da and-run car at 10th St. and taking the youngsters to a _
ADMITTED Logan. W. University Ave. Aug. 8 The car was driven by a cousin store' to buy them some toys.In .

Evelyn Sue Goff, Sally Ann GENERAL HOSPITAL (late report.) Jacqueline 21, only child of Gorham N.H., Sunday six _
:Holland Claudean Hunter Lour- Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kochevar of persons were killed on Route 16 _
21
August Furm nV.. *
a Washing o n,
Minn. when
Gilbert Jacqueline was two cars crashed head on -
'des M. Gutierrez Myrtle W BIRTHSMr. High Springs, and Barbara L. : '
killed, and so was a young Minneapolis in a downpour and one careened
Lassiter William L. Hewson, & Mrs. James L. Taylor
Roberts, 4425 SE 44th St.. 7:42 Goldwater GirlsDana
in the into
woman riding a third. Six other persons ______
Addis King Vera G. Collins, ,'
: 2291 W. Univ. Ave.a girl; Mr. p.m. yesterday at NW 13th St. second
taken
Carmen F. Wright Beatrice. & Mrs. Jimmie Johnson 1605 and 23rd Blvd. Washington cited Wigglesworth left, and Karen Davis are two of some 20 "Goldwater car. I were toahospital.< :

Ellis Stella May Elmore. JamesT. SE 13th PI., a boy; Mr. & Mrs. for careless driving causing Girls" who were out in force over the weekend, putting bumper stickers, on cars At Scotland Neck N.C., Sun- Near Sanford NX .;'Saturday,
Courtney Shela Loraine James Rheberg High Springs, minor accident. as they worked to swing Alachua County into the camp of Republican Presi. day Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee eight persons were 'Killed in :a
,Preston Andrew Bradley Mary a boy. dential nominee Barry Goldwater. I two-car collision on fogshrouded -
:Susan Bridge Colon Campbell, Arnold W. Kramer, 1615 NW U.S. Route 1.
Ira Hinton Thompson all of ADMITTED 3rd Place and Eunice J. Ward, i Indiana recorded two three- _

Gainesville; Wanda Sue Par- Vivian C. Taylor Willie B. Rt. 4, at 3:49: p.m. Saturday.: Goldwater Tells Farmers Price death and one four-death accidents -
rish. Lake Butler; O. L. Parks, Eunice Ward received minor during the weekel1d. the
Hawthorne; George Robert Grady -Johnson William R. Williams injuries. Kramer was cited for latter caused by a 14-year-old!

High Springs; Jimerison C. Walter Eugene Patrick, Carol following too closely causing girl driver. _, I

Crocker, Newberry; Edith Ed- Ann Clayton Myra June Cribbs, minor accident. Plan Should Be .
James Edwards, Gilbert Sidney Support VoluntaryWASHINGTON Dynamite
elstein., }Keystone, Hgts.; Fred Yates, Howard W. Bishop Lon- Alfred R. Widmayer, Tallahassee .
Ernest Holder, Newberry; Jes- nie Harris Jr., all of Gaines- and Randall J. LowryJr. :

sie Inez Walker Waldo; Sandra ville; Marzella O'Steen, Cross ., Tampa 9:21: p.m. Satur- (AP) Sen. upon the whim of the secretary:I "Price supports should be designed -orderly marketing within the Blast. Kills 4'
Kaye Asbell Chiefland; John Goldwater carries his of to farmers achieve American market Price .... ,-
City; Steven E. Hogan, Haw- day at 1200 W. University Ave. Barry agriculture. I help system.
:Farkas, Hampton. thorne; John Alan Woodwa r d, Fire Calls views on campaign issues to' support programs should be voluntary MEEKER, c.j1M'1;

DISCHARGES Orlando; Cecil G. Freyermuth, leaders of business and industry and should be established -Twenty-two sticks 'Dynamite:!
Newberry; Lucille Faye Martin At 4:40: p.m. yesterday, 523 today after a word to the farmer Seaman Held in Double for specific commoditiesin exploded while four men workedon

Catherine Mickle and son, Homesassa Springs; Eloise NW 7th Ter., investigation of : "Price support programs order to widen markets ease a flatbed truck preparing,.it
:Mary J. Burton and son, Alice Marian Live Oak Mickey smoke odor.Five. Miami and for '
Boyles ; should be voluntary. Slaying at Airport production controls help use in casing r north
:Hatch, Mary E. Kite DorothyJ. Martin Micanopy; Ruby E. The Republican presidential achieve increased family income western Colorado oil weljr--

Rankin Pearl William Hancock Harris, High Springs; Molly Killed nominee planned to fly to New MIAMI Fla. (AP-A when the incident occurred. ," Goldwater said. The blast "blew-the men-to \
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"att Joyce Robert Johnson Hodge Wanda Car-Cly- Jean Rheberg High Springs; ;York for a private reception and can seaman who :Jamai-I Chisenhall had asked Miami police -I Goldwater denounced the pieces" Undersheriff Bob
Irene Calton Cross pro-
Mary City; with Kracht said.
dinner business men and with
pidgin English a for an officer to help watch
Doris Lee Jackson and for wheat farmers
raway put
Arnold G. Parker, Chiefland. industrial leaders.A I gram An oil company representative -
In Cuff.
WrecksBy accent that everybody was try-
son, Gloria N. King Shirley into effect this year.
Mullins and son, Cecil Freyer- DISCHARGED spokesman said Goldwater ing to kill him, faced murder I Two witnesses, cargo loaders discovered the bodies Sun-
muth Ina Ellis Linda Drake THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt wanted to outline his stand on charges today for the slaving of ;at the airport told the Miami I He said the Republicans day. Kracht said the tragedy \'
and daughter. I Phyllis Dicks Vidal Cudgo least five persons lost their foreign and domestic issues, a Detroit private detective anda !Herald they were 20 feet away would repeal what he called may have occurred either Fri-

I Lillie Barrow Bonnie J on es, lives in Florida weekend acci- and a nswe'r businessmen's Miami policeman. ,when the shooting occurred. "the administration's wheat day or Saturday.

GENERAL HOSPITAL !Catherine Farley, Josephine dents. questions.No Lloyd Astley Cuff a 25yearold I The two, who did not want certificate 'bread tax' on consumers Strewn along the bank of Pic-

Dean, Bernice Cutts, Jewal I guest list was announced.The Negro who jumped ship in their names used, said Cuff got I so burdensome to low cance Creek 50 miles southwestof
August 22 Ridgell and daughter, Vi r g il All were traffic victims. Meeker were the 22 dyna-
afternoon reception is being Detroit Aug. 21, was given a up from a chair and started I income families and over-
BIRTHSMr. Wheeler, Alveta M. Durant and James E. Green, a four- sponsored by Percy Douglas, preliminary hearing Sund3Y be- :walking toward a stairway. ,whelmingly rejected by farm- mite wrappers.
son, Minnie Lou McMichen and month old infant killed The men, all from Vernal,
was
and Mrs. Noah Spahn president of the Otis Elevator fore Peace Justice Ruth Sutton.He Stuteville ordered Cuff to stop ers.
1443 SE 4th St., a girl; Mr. and son, James H. Hilliard Jr., JohnP. Sunday on State Road 30A near Co. Hosts for the dinner was shackled hand and foot the two said and a scuffle ensued I Utah were Charles McConkie I
Mrs. David Ford 462 NW 36th Gill Betty Jo Rogers and Panama City in an auto acci- are and escorted by three Miami "This program has become a '35, his son Duane 16, Robert
daughter Kenneth Pearman George Champion chairman of under massive Hatch 27 and Houtz Ross 44.
dent. nightmare ,
Ave. Mr. and detectives."I '
a girl; Mrs. El- I The two men were wrestlingon '
the Chase Manhattan Bank and
Albritton 2725 SE Beulah Dees and son, Helen did kill those when Cuff mismanagement of the Johnson-
mer Haw- really men the floor grabbed
Timothy P. Smiling 36, a Cordiner retired chair- Made
Hartt and Ralph Excuse
daughter Patricia Freeman administration i ,
thorne Rd., a girL said Cuff at the hearing. "They Stuteville's service revolver
Richardson Merrit Island resident suffered of the General Electric Co.
and son, erleta man Goldwater said, referring to the
were trying to kill me. I was from his holster and she the officer No DifferenceTo
ADMITTED Walck and daughter, Patricia fatal injuries in an accident on Goldwater turned his atten- ;President and Secretary of
protecting myself. in the heart. \
Mrs. Mary Jo Ford, Mrs. Eu- Hamilton and son, Dianne M. State Road 520 about four miles tion to agriculture Sunday in a Cuff is 'charged with murdering Then the witnesses said, Cuff Agriculture Orville L. Freeman. Judge .
la Mae Spann, Mrs. Edna Lee Smith Marie Strickland Samuel -west of the St. Johns River. statement declaring the goal of
Paul Chisenhall, 33, a Detroit -shot the unarmed Chisenhall. ,
Albritton, Joyce Johnson M rs. E. Wetherington Patricia An unidentified white woman, the Republican party is "a free private detective, and: Metro Another officer. Bill Pearson, Actor DiesHOLLYWOOD I RICHMOND Va. AP) -
Faye Rose, Mrs. Betty Fullen English, Carl Strathu Carolyn said lo be in her late 40s or and prosperous American agriculture (Dade County) Deputy Carlos heard the shots and ,ran to the Mrs. Martha L. Cameron had i
all of Gainesville; Beulali Barrs, Anderson Mark Santi Carlyn early SOs, was struck near Dins- with a minimum of fed- Stuteville 28, at crowded scene. (AP-Charles ready explanation to give as she
Palatka; Abner Alford Cit r a; Lj Goff Alryne E. Wilscn, Wilma more on State Road 15. She eral controls and interference. Miami airport Saturday night. Police said Cuff started firing faced a charge of selling whiskyto

Marshall Pickel Dunnellon; La- Haile Kattie Yoder, Elry died a few hours later at Duval TTie Republican party is the Judge Sutton cut Cuff short at at Pearson and Pearson emptiedhis Stevens, 71, veteran ac ton [ an undercover police officer."I .

vonne Quayle, Tampa; E. Padgett, Fred Louis Pullen, Medical Center without being farmers' party," Goldwatersaid. the hearing. She told him to geta revolver at Cuff but did not known by face to millions and I didn't know he was a policeman I
DISCHARGEDMrs. John C. Cannon John B. Sims. identified.Mrs. lawyer before making a statement hit him. by name to few died Saturday. ," she said. "Besides

Regina Smith and baby POLICE, FIRE REPORT .-Natalie Warner, 47, and "We will resist all efforts to Pearson his gun empty as Known to Hollywood as "Indian he looked like he needed a

boy, Henrietta Cave, Mr Char- William S. Warner Jr., 54, both make the farmer dependent, for i Police said Chisenhall was returning -was Cuff's tackled the seaman Joe," Stevens was a grandsonof drink" \
lene Weise and baby girl, Dr. Accident Roundup of Jacksonville died of injuries his economic survival, upon Cuff to Jamaica for the and wrestled him to the floor. the famed Apache chief Ge- Police Court Judge Harold C. '

Michael Schoeffel James Involved in accidents reportd suffered in an accident south of either compensatory paymentsby 'seaman's employer. They were Other officers helped capture ronimo. Stevens had been in pictures -'I Maurice wasn't impressed. He \
Ppgue Mrs. Betty Edwards and I by the Gainesville Police Jacksonville. the federal government or awaiting a flight to Kingston turn. since 1914. fined her $100. ,

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I Jennings-Post Vows Are Read I omen f News of Special_ Interest '__


The marriage of Miss Dorian IH .

.. I Ruth Post, daughter of Mrs.

.. 'Warren Post, and Donald Erb

;. : Jennings son of Mr. and Mrs. :t' To the Colored Community

c :' W. N. Allen of Chattanooga _

; Tenn., was solemnized Sunday ice.. THE f fflflhlL.YRuth Y II -/ II

afternoon in the North Central! REVIVAL SCHEDULEDA having deficiencies or irregularities PERSONALSMrs. ;

t Baptist Church. Rev. N. B. revival is now in progressat should report to the registrar Rosa Harper childrenand ae

: Langford ,performed the double Weimer-Women's Editor : Greather Bethel The serv- for adjustments. mother, Mrs. Anna Wilson,
y -
I : ..ring ceremony. "pwx I ices are being conducted by I of 6U N. E. 16th Terrace re-

',t 'I "The""aKar 'was banked with the Rev. Mrs. M. C. Howard of YOUNG PEOPLE'S REVIVALThe cently visited relatives} and

palms, candelabra ho\d'Ig white ABOUT PEOPLE Thompson, Ga., nationally young people's revival -friends in West Palm B e a ch.

tapers and arrangements of known evenagelist. The meet- I has begun at the Friendship While in that area they visited

white gladioli and chrysanthe- R ing will continue through the Baptist Church and will c 1 o se Cypress Gardens and other

.mums. V Leaving tomorrow for New York City will be Mr. and Mrs.S. week. Rev. Walter S. 'White, I I Friday. Aug. 28. Everyone is points of interest. They report a

,Music was provided by Mrs.J T. Dell and their daughter, Miss Ann Dell. Ann will sail pastor Mrs. A. A. Wingate, re- invited to attend. Free literature very enjoyable trip.

C. Ramsey, organist, and Dr. Friday for Europe on the SS Cristoforo Colombo to take her porter. will be available to all. Miss Mary Jana Cutter and

.Robert E.- Carson, violinIst junior year under the Finch College Inter-Continental Study other members of the family on I

Mrs. Julian C.' Ferra Jr. program. LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL FILM TO BE SHOWN N. W. 6th
r t. of Jacksonville, was soloist. In New .York City to see her off will be her sister, Mrs. Registration of eleventh grade i The film "A Better World Be- from a vacation Are just in returned -

Given In marriage by her un Gordon Blitch, and Mr. Blitch, now of Philadelphia; Jack students of Lincoln High School gins With Me," will be shown at They were of relativesand Cocoa.

.. is. ere,, Lester Wayne Robinson Prevost Quebec of Waynesville Canada.As N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foleyof will take place in the auditoriumat the Friendship Baptist Church, friends.guests Their stay wasa

': and Dr. Chester F. Ahmann: the 9:30: a.m. Friday August 28. on Sunday August 30, at 7:30 pleasant one.

bride wore a full length gown a bon voyage courtesy for Ann a luncheon was given At this time home-room assign- p.m. This film is in color.Rev. 1 Fred Tally of the U. S.
last week by Miss Jo Nez Lon and Miss Jeanne Grand who Navy
,
I 'of satin with appliqued fesu d'- entertained at the Grand home. Guests were limited to close ments will be made and daily D. E. White, pastor, Dea- spent several days in the c i t y
ahge lace highlighted with seed schedules will be given. Persons Oliver
friends of the honoree. con Maxey, SupLmwmmD last week. He and Miss PerlynM.

.pearls, and a WaUeau train. S I Souder were shoolmatesand
Her veil was held by a satin
7 The whole month of Auguston graduates from Livingstone
pillbox, with seed pearls. She an overland trip in the CalendarOf f L A .a College. While in the city Tally

carried an orchid corsage. North and East is the vaca- stopped in the home of Mrs.

Cousins Are Attendants tion jaunt the Thomas Brill 1 an Mary C. Debose 1514 S.E. Haw-

'Attending the bride wereI family is having. thorne Road and was guest of

Miss Debra Ann Robinson, Tom and Gretchen and their Events the Souder family 1230 S. E.

maid of honor and Miss Sandra sons Roger, Ricky and Bob, Waldo Rd. Tally is transferring '

Marie Robinson bridesmaid, left in early August for Michigan From the Naval Base at Bainbridge -

I cousins of the bride. They wore The punch table also was cov- of Lacrosse, Mr. and Mrs. Don- then journeyed up and TODAY August 24 Md., to be stationed at

matching gowns of ice blue ered with a white satin cloth nie Rice of Valdosta and Miss through Canada and are now Gainesville Bridge Club ha t Key West. He left Sunday morn

q taffeta. and centered by a crystal punchbowl Johnnie Ruth Turner of Mobile in New York. They will wel- 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. ing to begin his duties there.

Little Miss Cheryl Branch with silver- candelabra' Ala.For come daughter, Judy home Women of the Moose, 8 w t

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. holding white tapers. her traveling ensem- from a two month European p.m., Moose Lodge. CHURCH NEWS

Branch was flower girl. She also with the ble, the bride chose a kelly trip Wednesday when Shady Grove Primitive Baptist } -
Assisting hospitalitieswere i
wore a full-length ice blue Mrs. Orion Cauthern Miss green silk suit with beige acces- the SS Constitution docks in TUESDAY, August 25 S'i Tuesday 8 p.m. prayer

I p gown and carried a white lace Yancey Harris, Mrs. John H. sories. New York harbor. Also at American Association of ::-f meeting. Rev. R. J. Gainous' ,

,, I basket of rose petals. Mott and Miss Carolyn Harmes. After a brief wedding trip to dockside will be "Dubby" Universtiy Women evening pastor, Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re

Lester Wayne Robinson Jr. Mrs. Sammy Taylor III kept the the Smoky Mountains the new- Murphree who plans a quick bridge, 8 p.m. Miss Dorothy porter.

was ring bearer. bride's book. lyweds will be at home at 136 trip East. Smith, Mrs. John Hogan and

Rhonell L. White of Chattanooga North Crest Road Chattanooga. During the Brills stay in Miss Della Rosenberg host BAPTIST UNION TO MEET

i served as best man. Ush- Guests were greeted and in- Pre-Nuptial Parties New York to see the World's esses at the home 3745 SW Friday at 8 p.m. ministers,

ers were Jerome M. Jackson troduced to the receiving line by Honoring the bridal couple, Fair they are living at Point Fifth Place. deacons laymen and women's

v of Mobile Ala., Julian C. Fer- Mrs. Lester Wayne Robinson, Mrs. John H. Mott entertainedwith Lookout, Long Island, just a Altrusa Club 5:30 p.m., auxiliary Fifth Sunday Union
>, ras Jr. of Jacksonville, and aunt of the bride. a coffee Saturday morn- few blocks away from the Miss Elise Jones hostess at will begin. Women will be in

t I Fred Wheeler Jr. of Birmingham Out of town guests included ing at her home for the wed- Fair. The house rented for her Lake Santa Fe summer charge. Order of service for

ham, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ferras Sr. ding party and out of town the summer by Dr. Peter home. Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday school;

t The bride's mother cnose a of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. guests. Regan's father, has been sub- Sigma Kappa Alum nae 11 a.m. preaching service com-

blue crepe dress with matching W. H. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs.. Hubert Thursday evening Dr. Chester let to many of the Regan's Clue, 8 p.m., UF Chapter t bined choirs and ushers will
accessories and had a white car- Larsen Mr. and Mrs. Ahmann was host for a 'bachelor Gainesville friends, includingthe House. serve; 1:30: pm. dinner will be

nation corsage. Mrs. Virgie Chris Stevenson all of Brooker supper to honor Mr. Jen- Lamar Roberts, who were WSCS, First Methodist t kj served; 3 p.m. program, women .
Hunter Warren grandmother of Imler and his attendants., in charge; 7 p.m. male solo-
; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy nings there for a week with their Church, 8 p.m., Bell Hall of
the bride wore an aqua green family. ist program will be rendered.The .
Church. Circle meetings at
linen dress with white acces- public is invited. Rever-
down from Canadato 7:30 in Room.
Bethany
sories and a white carnation Coming p.m. ends H. K. Kinsey and R.

corsage. New York, the Brills stop WEDNESDAY August 26 i J. Gainous, pastors, Mrs. F. D.
ped in Cooperstown N. Y.,
The bridegroom's mother Shannon reporter.
University Women's Club
to their next door
see neighbors -
wore a dress of champagne lin- j
and Newcomers Sum-
Group
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest
'-
en and lace with matching ac Wright, who have been at mer Bridge 8 p.m., Mrs. Hair curlers and all, these two Williston teen- MANY THANKSI
cessories. Her corsage was of TUESDAY August 25 FRIDAY August 28 hereby express thanks to
Charles Fairbanks and Mrs.
their summer home since agers, Jan Golden, right, and Harriett McGarity, kind
orchids. friends who were so to me
Luncheon honoring Miss Bridesmaids luncheon fet- June. The Wrights also planto Alex Bednarck hostesses,
Reception FollowsA prepared for an "African Safari" birthday party, an during my illness. Mrs. DorothyMae
reception was held In the Martha' Jane Edwards, bride- ing Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis occupy the big house at Clubhouse West Newberry event of Friday night at the Williston 'Vornan'sClub. Butler Micanopy.
elect of Doug Davis Valdosta, Point Lookout and "do" the Road.
church dining hall follow.ng the bride elect of Dr. Ar- Both girls celebrated their seventeenth birthdays
Ga., 12:30: p.m., Mrs. J. M. both of Fair before coming back to Gainesville Bridge Club, -
ceremony.The thur C. Aikin Jr., .
.
Ninth Avenue. with more than 100 persons attending the
brides' table covered Butler 215 NE Gainesville. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
was Washington D. C., by the party. Hostesses were the honorees' mothers. ;
with white satin cloth and cen- I
a Coffee for Miss Dorothy\ bride' mother Mrs. GeorgeK.
I
tered by the wedding cake. Jeanne Davis Washington, '
D. C., fiancee of Dr. ArthurC. Davis and her daught c rs, Etd .
/ You Use Hair Color-
Aikin Jr. of Washington 10 Miss Ruthanna Marie and If/ II

a.m. until 12, Mrs. Charles H. Miss Mary Ellen Davis 1 p. X..?. .....
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Gilliland, 324 NW 24th. m., 1890 House of Ocala. m i t
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SATURDAY August
complimenting Miss Nancy Follow Directions Carefully SSj.:.::.:: SAVE MONEY :}::r

Pepper, fiancee of John Cars- Wedding of Miss Margaret f! IS TO BUY I: 1 By William C. "Bill" Smith

well Hazelwood N. C., Miss McClamroch of Philadelphia, :::::: : :
CHICAGO The last few 1 This is not so. It is quite they also have become popular '
1
Ann Arnow, Miss Jane Johns- Pa., daughter of Dr. and :i:: I IN BULK .:i:1:.
..... .
Very "IN years have seen a flood of simple to cover gray hair or for home use. They ,
and Miss Martha Nay '
ton Mrs. James M. McClam- new hair coloring products to color light hair a dark e r are the only products t ha t INK STAINS CAN
Gainesville Gal
Stedman and Country Club.WEDNESDAY. roch, and Dr. Surinder K. and hand in hand came a shade, but it is not yet possi- color the hair quickly and yet II I I'I BE REMOVEDOnce
Mehta of Philadelphia son of change in public attitude toward ble for a single application of produce all varieties of natural -

August 26 Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of their use, says Today's any hair coloring to change hair shades which are last-

: New Delhi India 10:30: a.m., Health the magazine of the black or dark brown hair to upon a time ink was
Luncheon compliment i n g ing.The I a simple substance: carbon
Davis home of the bride's parents. American Medical Associa- a pale blond.Peroxygen. biggest question about block in a solution of iron
Miss Dorothy Jeanne ,
Luncheon for bridal party compounds especially oxidation dyes is their hazard.It I gallate. and there you hod it.
Arthur C.
elect of Dr.
bride tion.Today
and out of twon. guests immediately Nowadays, however you have
hair color is not
hydrogen peroxide,
has been estimated that
Aikin Jr., both of Washington, inks in a rainbow hued varietyof
D. C., 12:30: p.m., Mrs. Al- following, bride'sparents just acceptable it is high are widely used in bleachinghair. about one person In 50,000 will -2 colors, plus ball point inks
Y. Gainesville:; hosts at the Gaines- fashion, says the magazine Six per cent, hydrogen have an unpleasant reaction, I of varying formulas.
len DeLaney
Golf and Country Club. ville Golf and Country Club. article prepared by a noted peroxide solution is the stand- such as a skin rash swelling ::::: Our expert meat cutters m::::::: Don't you believe that old

Luncheon honoring Miss i dermatologist and a cosmetic ard strength, and is safe, if about the eyes, redness and : will cut to order; wrap, : wive's tale that the thing to
label and in
:::: store your m::
THURSDAY, August 27 Nancy Pepper, bride electof chemist in consultation with proper precautions are ob- crusting of the face and neck, ::::: locker. U.S. "Choice" %::.:::: do when you spill or rub ink
John Carswell Hazelwood the Committee on Cutaneous served. plus itching and discomfort.The i::::::< and "Good" beef prices ::::::: on some with clothes Or is to douse
milk. them
Martha them rub
Miss
$599 Coffee feting bride electof N.C., Mrs. John E. Merrill Health and Cosmetics of the !' Stronger concentrations can victim, while uncomfortable ::'d::: by the side or quarter ::.:::.:.: with chalk. Nonsense. Not only
Jane Edwards :: art surprisingly low.We'll ::
Gainesville Golf and Country AMA. burns and blisteringof should be aware that do you still have the ink to
.. Doug Davis of Valdosta produce 1::: cut and wrap lust ::;:;:;
Stocked heels are as "in"os ... .... worry about, but you odd the
McGrif 1020 Club. This year Americans are the scalp. Excessive this is not a serious illness ::: the way you wont it. :::

can be-here's one on NE Ga.,Third.Mrs. Gus Buffet luncheon honor i n g expected to spend one million bleaching can leave the hair and that she will recover. ':i.:.r: !in in and fact,watch.you may come ;:.:.i:1.:., problem milk stain of too.getting out the.

a classic tailored pump, dollars on hair-coloring prod- harsh, strawUke and brittle. :
Luncheon honoring Miss i Davis Aikin wedding par- We will alto cut and m::: D Do nothing. Water tends to
gently peaked at the ucts. While women are the beef, if :::::
ty and out of town wedding Largest and most import- T wrap your own set ball point inks, and other)
vamp and perforation- Dorothy Jeanne Davis, bride- principal users, many men tant group of hair dyes are I PROPANELP.45 I :; : inspected. Freezing at no ::::: kinds come in too many
punctuated. Tan or black to-be of Dr. Arthur C. AikinJr. guests 1 p.m., Mrs. HarryM. also use hair color. those based on synthetic organic I Cj extra cost. {.;:;'r formulas for you as o lay citizen -
leather. ., both of Washington, D.C., Philpott 312 NW 23rd. .:.:,:I to be sure what the effectof
upper Hair color can be modifiedin chemicals. These are in I might do.
Mrs. Marvin A. tampering
1 p.m., Wedding of Miss Dorothy one of two ways. three categories oxidation I The best thing of all to do
Central Charge Brooker 2244 NW Sixth Place.
,
Jeanne Davis, Washington, The natural pigment of the dyes, semi permanentdyes j Is to
HOTTER THAN
D. C., daughter of Dr. and hair can be bleached, and and temporary rinses.

BOB'SSHOE r WHO IS Mrs. George K. Davis and thereby lightened or arti- Oxidation dyes are the most NATURAL GAS CALL OR BRING THEM TO

Dr. Arthur C. Aikin Jr., ficial coloring can be applied. widely used.. Cook & Heat Water 1001 N.W. 4>h St.

MISTERSANDWICH I Washington D. C., son of Often both operations are car- e Low Cost Phone 372.3514
!
STORE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Aik- ried out to produce the desired Most professional hair i S & S CLEANERS

21 W University Ave. ? in, Gettysburg, Pa., 8:30: effect. coloring or tinting is now FR 65110RESTAURATEURS Delivery or Cosh and Carry
.1 p.m., First PresbyterianChurch. e done with oxidation dyes and
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i Reception followingin WE LIKE IT HERE
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Monday, August 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7"


Vows Are Reads OIHEII f The '17' Set


y The marriage of Miss Dorian an wscs

p ,. Ruth Post, daughter of Mrs.
Warren Post and Donald Erb 1:; -- .<'. '
.. ;, ::P" ....
: ; .
f Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. _ .t _ : ':;<." _' 'f' '* .. i. .
... : ; : Meets
:>
1 W. N. Allen of ...
Chattanooga,
s f Tenn., was solemnized Sunday; THE fflfflliy r Y YRuth -r \

; afternoon in the North Central r .... A,. -
; t Baptist Church. Rev. N. B.
v : Jt 1 Tuesday"Miss :::
-J Langford performed the double Weimer-Women's Editor '
i!1 :'. ring ceremony. t ..
-
i The altar was banked wi t h t&I J

,t .palms, candelabra holdir.g white ABOUT Fanny Evelyn Dewar
PEOPLELeaving
i will be the guest speaker at the
and
; tapers arrangements of; ::! ,
white gladioli and chr .r,3nthe- I general meeting of the Wornan's :,,

; 'mums. tomorrow for New York City will be Mr. and Mrs.S. .... Society of Christian Service -

': Music was provided by Mrs. T. Dell and their daughter;Miss Ann Dell. Ann will sail of the First Methodist

J. C. Ramsey, organist, and Dr. Friday for Europe on the SS Cristoforo Colombo to take her Church Tuesday at 8 p.m. .'

.Robert E. Carson, violinist junior year under the Finch College Inter-Continental Study The meeting will be held in-

: Mrs. Julian C. Ferra Jr.. program.. the Bethany Room of J'scph..
..... of Jacksonville, was soloist. y 4I In New York City to see her off will be her sister, Mrs. Bell Hall immediately after the

Given In marriage by her uncle Gordon Blitch, and Mr. Blitch, now of Philadelphia; Jack Circle meetings at 7:30: p.m. *

Prevost of Waynesville, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foleyof The speaker is well known
Robinson -
Lester Wayne :.:.S in.
_
Quebec, Canada.As .
J :and'Dr. Chester F. Ahmann, the r$4* '4 Gainesville for her work as a
a bon voyage courtesy for Ann, a luncheon was given missionary
nurse in
bride full foreign-
: wore a length gown 'p
'of.satin with appliqued eau d'- .. last week by Miss Jo Nez Love and Miss Jeanne Grand, who lands. She served in the Philippine
entertained at the Grand home. Guests were limited to close Islands for five and-
ange lace highlighted with seed years
pearls, and a Watteau train. friends of*the *honoree.. in Sarawak, Borneo, for four

,Her: veil was held by a satin years, traveling in a mobile
The whole
month of
j Auguston
.pillbox, with seed pearls. She unit. _
an overland trip in the CalendarOf She is
carried an orchid corsage. a graduate of Florida
North and East is the
y.tN. ( vaca- Southern
Cousins College and has donegraduate .
Are Attendants ,
AN tion jaunt the Thomas Brill work
'rW at Yale Unh.er.sity -
Attending the bride were family is having.
:'f.
Scarritt College

Miss Debra Ann Robinson, .. ... _w. ."..,..,../".",,,<,<}..<..}.;.;'.,.,..,<:: ''y... ,.v.'w.' ....,... Tom and Gretchen and their EventsTODAY University and the University, Emory-of
maid of honor, and Miss Sandra sons, Roger, Ricky and Bob, North Carolina.
I Marie Robinson, bridesmaid, Mrs. Donald Erb JenningsThe left in Miss
early August for Michigan DeWar is now
'I rousins of the bride. They wore punch- table also was covered of Lacrosse, Mr. and Mrs. Don- then journeyed up and August 24 in the Clay County Departmentof a nurse.

matching gowns of ice blue with a white satin cloth nie Rice of Valdosta and Miss through Canada and are now Gainesville Bridge Club, Public Health.Asolo .

.\ taffeta. and centered by a crystal punchbowl Johnnie Ruth Turner of Mobile, in New York. They will wel- 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center.

Little Miss Cheryl Branch, with silver candelabra Ala.For come daughter, Judy home Women of the Moose, 8 Theater .

of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. holding white tapers. her traveling ensemble from a two month Euro- p.m., Moose Lodge. Hair curlers and all, these two Williston teen

4 Branch, was flower girl. She also Assisting with the hospitalitieswere the bride chose a kelly pean trip Wednesday when agers, Jan Golden, right, and Harriett McGarity, Closes Season .

1, wore a full.length ice blue Mrs. Orion Cauthern, Miss green silk suit with beige acces the SS Constitution docks in TUESDAY, August 25 prepared for an "African Safari" birthday party, an "

gown and carried a white lace Yancey Harris, Mrs. John H. sories. New York harbor. Also at American Association of event of Friday night at the Williston Woman's On Saturday"SARASOTA

basket of rose petals. Mott and Miss Carolyn Harmes. After a brief wedding trip to dockside will be "Dubby" Universtiy Women, vening Club. Both girls celebrated their seventeenth birthdays -

Lester Wayne- Robinson Jr. Mrs. Sammy Taylor III kept the the Smoky Mountains, the new Murphree, who plans a quick bridge, 8 p.m. Miss Dorothy with more than 100 persons attending the ater Festival The Asolo The-

was ring bearer. bride's book. lyweds will be at home at 136 trip East. Smith, Mrs. John Hogan and party. Hostesses were the honorees' mothers, Mrs. al week of Is entering its fin:

Rhonell L. White of Chattanooga North Crest Road Chattanooga During the Brills stay in Miss Della Rosenberg host- Grace Golden and Mrs. J. H. McGarity. Music for 1964 performances. The

I served as best man. Ushers } Guests were greeted and in. Pre.Nuptial Parties New York to see the World's esses at the home, 3745 SW dancing was provided by Stu Bowers, Gainesvilledisc season which will end Sat

were Jerome M. Jackson troduced to the receiving line by Honoring the bridal couple, Fair, they are living at Point Fifth Place. jockey. urday been evening, August 29. has
the
of Mobile Ala., Julian C. Fer. Mrs. Lester Wayne Robinson, Mrs. John H. Mott entertainedwith Lookout, Long Island, just a Altrusa Club, 5:30 p.m., five most successful in the

ras Jr. of Jacksonville, and aunt of the bride. a coffee Saturday morn- few blocks away from the Miss Elise Jones hostess at val. year history of the Festi

Fred Wheeler Jr. of Birmingham Out of town guests included ing at her home for the wed. Fair. The house, rented for her Lake Santa Fe summer Adele Simpson To Make Seats available
are
Ala. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ferras>> Sr. ding party and out of town the summer by Dr. Peter home. performance for every

The bride's mother cnose a of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. guests. Regan's father, has been sub- Sigma Kappa Alum nae Givenchy Fashions in U.S.NEW Friday and this week except

blue crepe dress with matching W. H. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs.'Hu- I Thursday evening, Dr. Chester let to many of the Regans' Clue, 8 p.m., UF Chapter which are sold Saturday out. The evenings schedule
accessories and had a white car bert Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ahmann was host for a bachelor Gainesville friends, Includingthe House. YORK Hubert de 1 them in French fabrics of is follows J.

nation corsage. Mrs. Virgie Chris Stevenson, all of Brooker supper to honor Mr. Jen- Lamar Roberts, who were WSCS, First Methodist Givenchy has designed a I Mr. Givenchy's choosing.Mr. Monday as night, :"The Lady'sNot
Hunter Warren, grandmother of and Mrs. Jimmy Imler nings and his attendants.
the bride, wore an aqua green ; Mr. there for a week with their Church, 8 p.m., Bell Hall of group of fall cocktail and evening Givenchy has been a For Burning"; T u e sday.
family. Church. Circle meetings at dresses that are being "Imaginary Invalid"
linen dress with white accessories favorite designer of Mrs. ; Wednesday
and a white carnation Coming down from Canadato 7:30 p.m. in Bethany Room. manufactured on Seventh matinee "School For Scan
Avenue by Adele Simpson. John F. Kennedy. dal"
; Wednesday eve n I ng,
corsage. New York, the Brills stopped
WEDNESDAY
August 26 This is the first time that
The bridegroom's mother in Cooperstown, N. Y., Recently, Mrs. Simp son The Lady's Not For Burning"::: :
wore a dress of champagne line to see their next door neigh University Women's Club the Paris couturier has worked was summoned to the Carlyle Thursday, "Twelfth Night";

; en and lace with matching ac iI bors, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest and Newcomers Group, Sum- directly with a SeventhAv Hotel to show Mrs. Lyn- Friday matinee, "The Lady's

cessories. Her corsage was of I TUESDAY August 25 FRIDAY, August 28 Wright, who have been at mer Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. e n u e manufacturer to don B. Johnson a group of Not For Burning"; Friday eve-
Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. translate his designs into ning, "School For Scandal"Saturday
orchids. their summer home since dresses to wear to the Dem- ;
Reception FollowsA Luncheon honoring Miss Bridesmaids luncheon fetIng June. The Wrights also planto Alex Bednarck hostesses, ready-made clothes. ocratic National Conventionin mat i nee, "Twelfth

reception was held in the Martha Jane Edwards, bride- Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis occupy the big house at Clubhouse, West NewberryRoad. Mrs. Simpson consulted Atlantic City. Night"; Saturday evening, "1m.

church dining hall follow.ng the elect of Doug Davis, Valdosta, bride elect of Dr. Ar- Point Lookout and "do" the with Mr. Givenchy in Paris, aginary Invalid." _

ceremony.The Ga., 12:30 p.m., Mrs. J. M. thur C. Aikin Jr., both of Fair before coming back to Gainesville Bridge Club, brought back toiles (muslin Mrs. Johnson had lunch and
Butler 215 NE Ninth Avenue. ) of the last looked at the clothes duringa
brides' table was covered Washington, D. C., by the Gainesville. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. patterns designs 1
with a white satin cloth and cen- Coffee for Miss Dorothy week and will manufacture two-hour visit to New York.
bride' mother Mrs. GeorgeK.
_I
tered the wedding cake.! .
by Jeanne D avis, Washington, I %
Davis and her daught c rs, %

D. C., fiancee of Dr. ArthurC. Miss Ruthanna Marie and / You Use Hair CoLor-/ ; \
Aikin Jr. of Washington, 10 If/ FOOD FREEZERBEST
a.m. until 12, Mrs. Charles H. Miss Mary Ellen Davis. 1 p. l/

Gilliland, 324 NW 24th. m., 1890 House of Ocala. I
i i j1
STACKEDHEELf WAY TO
Supper and kitchen shower SATURDAY, August 29
complimenting Miss Nancy I Follow Directions CarefullyThis 1m1 SAVE MONEY .t

Pepper, fiancee of John Cars- Wedding of Miss Margaret

well, Hazelwood, N. C., Miss McClamroch of Philadelphia, I .I 1\1\ IS TO BUY I By William C. "Bill" Smith

Ar" 1W, Miss Jane Johns- Pa., daughter of Dr. and CHICAGO The last few is not so. It is quite I they also have become popular IN BULK .
Very IIINII t Miss Martha Nay M. McClam years have seen a flood of simple to cover gray hair or I for home use. They :;:;: ::::'

i Gainesville ol f Mrs. James Surinder K. new hair coloring products, to color light hair a darker .. are the only products t ha t INK STAINS CAN:;

anu country Club. roch, and Dr. of and hand in hand came a shade, but it is not yet possi- .color the hair quickly and yet m il
of Philadelphia, son BE REMOVEDOnce
i Mehta change in public attitude to- ble for a single application of I produce all varieties of natural :
:,WEDNESDAY, August 26 Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of I
; ward their use, says Today'sHealth any hair coloring to change hair shades which are last- wsm
10:30
India a.m.,
Delhi ,
I i New the magazine of the black or dark brown hair to upon a time ink was
Luncheon n i
compliment g
; home of the bride's parents. American Medical Associa blond.Peroxygen. ing.The a simple substance: carbon'block
a pale
Jeanne Pavis,
Miss about
Dorothy Luncheon for bridal party biggest question in a solution of iron
bride elect of Dr. Arthur C. and out of twon guests immediately tion.Today compounds, especially oxidation dyes is their hazard.It gallate, and there you hod it
Aikin Jr., both of Washington, following, bride's hair color is not hydrogen peroxide, has been estimated that Nowadays however. you have

D. C., 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Al- parents hosts at the Gaines- just acceptable it is high are widely used in bleachinghair. about one person in 50,000 will if ill! inks colors in a, rainbow plus ball hued point varietyof inks

len Y. DeLaney, GainesvilleGolf ville Golf and Country Club. fashion, says the magazine Six per cent hydrogen have an unpleasant reaction, of varying formulas.Don't .
and Country Club. article, prepared by a noted peroxide solution is the stand- such as a skin rash, swelling i 1; Our expert meat cutters :::.:::.: ,
Luncheon honoring Miss : will cut to order :'::: you believe that oldwive's
dermatologist and a cosmetic ard strength, and is safe, if ; wrap.
about
and
the redness
THURSDAY, August 27 bride elect eyes, $:::3 label! and store in your $:::?-I tale that the thing to
Pr Nancy Pepper, Hazelwcod, chemist, in consultation with proper precautions are ob crusting of the face and neck, ::i:*: locker U.S. "Choice" %;:;#:::I do when you spill or rub ink .
$599 Coffee feting Miss Martha of John Carswell, the Committee on Cutaneous served. plus itching and discomfort.The i:::1: and "Good" beef prices jifid::;;: on some clothes is to douse
Merrill
Mrs. John E. ... .. them with milk. Or rub them
Jane Edwards, bride elect I N.C., Health and Cosmetics of the Stronger concentrations can victim, while uncomfor- :::: by the side or quorter :|:;::
I Gainesville Golf and Country :;:; are surprisingly low. .:;:;: with chalk. Nonsense. Not only
Stacked heels are as "in"as of Doug Davis of Valaosta, AMA. produce burns and blisteringof table, should be aware that :w::* We'll cut and wrap just :::::;:; do you still have the ink to
:*:
Club.
be-here's Ga., Mrs. Gus McGriff 1020 This year Americans are the scalp. Exce s s ive this is not a serious illness :;:;:: the way you wont it. :j;;;::; worry about but you odd the
I can one on luncheon honoring problem of
I a classic tailored pump, NE Third. Buffet expected to spend one million bleaching can leave the hair and that she will recover. ::::.::::.:;.: in in and fact,watch.you may come .:.:.::.:..:.: milk stain too.getting out the

L gently peaked at the Luncheon honoring Miss Davis Aikin wedding par- dollars on hair-coloring prod. harsh, straw like and brittle. i.i: We will also cut and ::::: I Do

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Job Corps Brings

MARKET :
BUSINESS 1 1r


t REVIEW REPORT : ," ; '''' Memories of CCC ;


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;1 r n ---- -- x.. By GEOFFREY GOULD obstacle we had was getting

e + WASHINGTON AP-One) started." 1

Late llorningN. STOCK 3l& congressman has a right arm Roybal went on to attend the

1 Income FLASHES more muscular than his left University of California and

j y. Listing MARKETNEW from swinging an ax a long time Southwestern University in Los r

i ago in something called the Angeles. After Army service he
l AllisChal 20 IntPap 323' YORK (AP)-An irreg- the list as a whole. A generally J ,.t. S.c f) Civilian Conservation Corps, went into politics, got elected to
.
\lr Up-But Alcoa 643'4 Jones&L 81% ular gain was posted by the higher tone prevailed among ";.' ;;
r AmAir 44 KaisAI 32i stock market early this afternoon steels, chemicals, farm imple- :il--4!: :, :: Itt. The initials may be unfamiliar -Congress.
AmCan 43% Ken'cott 86% with some mining and oil ments, aerospace stocks and : ; >
....... .,.iAI. ... now, but the CCC loomed What did they do in the CCC?
AmCyan 6214 Lig&My 82% issues briskly traded. rails. Motors were mixed. .. ".,
Whose? AmJ.lot 15% Loch'd 36 Dealings were moderate forForeman's ; very large in the depressionyear Roybal was sent to Camp
AT&T 7014 Lorillard 471'4 Many leading stocks were un- in the 1930s. It was one of Buckeye in Sequoia National

AmTob 35% Mag'vox 30 changed and there was a wide Franklin D. Roosevelt's weapons Park in Northern California. t
variety of small losers. against joblessness, set
By SAM DAWSON AmpxCp 16r MM& 58% The camp was run by the Armyand

AP Business News Analyst Anaconda 44Mohasco 14'/4 The Associated Press aver- up especially for unemployed.Rep. the young men lived in

NEW YORK (AP) Personal Armour 47 Mons'to 79s age of 60 stocks at noon was Completes SchoolGainesville Edward R. Roybal, D- semimilitary fashion.
Calif. remembers well. In 1934
38% Class ,
Income hit a new high in July Babcock 34 MontWd Safety up .7 at 316.3 with industrialsup Their main job was road
he was just out of high school
4 officially. And this leads manyto B&O 3914 NatDair 79 .9, rails up .6 and utilitiesup National Guardsman Howard Lambertleft building and clearing fire
oldest of children
of
wonder: Whose income rose? BethStl 37'4 NatDist 2878 Soon .1. ( ) was congratulated by Brig. Gen. William P. eight a brer : in the forests. Small soil
58% N.AmAv 480/8 Mexican-American family, living -
Many persons reading the Boeing Opens Simmons after completing the Chemical-Biological- conservation dams were built
Borden 75% Penney 56' The Dow Jones industrial average in a tough Los Angeles
government report that personal Radiological School at Fort Stewart, Ga. Looking on and they were called upon to
incomes went up $1.5 billion Brunswk 8 PRR 3H Registration is now open for at noon was up .84 at is S-Sgt. Daniel Vogel of Miami. Spec. 4 Lambert neighborhood. There were no fight forest fires.

I, to a record annual rate of $190.8billion CaterTr 33'% PepCola 56th.the safety course given by the 839.46. finished first in a class of 200.Fire jobs. There was no money.JDa' .
:
The't.
Celanese 68% PhiL\Ior 80'14Ctr Industrial Commission t'nt\t> 3
Florida \) \ )owed: ine Uivitian?
noted little if any The genera {eve t 'xas slipping tent. with 25& men in his CCC
: sec 55 pttP 53'a in GamesVifle September 21:
change in Their own income. I below its best as tradingwore Destroys ; Refuse to Aid Conservation Corps. unit. They
o/s Here paid $30
3 a
CorEd 1551h RCA thru 25.The "The days I spent in the C's
1 Most families probably found ConEdis >88'8> RepSU 46': on. Moderate losses were month, of which they kept $S
j 'the bills just as hard to meet in ; ContCan 5078 Revlon 33 1 course is on good fore-, shown by Du Pont, Union Carbide Truck TractorFires Fire Fighters were" the happiest days ol my and sent $25 home to their par-
July as in June. 46 manship. It stresses that foremen -. Consolidated Edison, life, he said recently. "Had it
DowChe 681, ReyTob possibly set by an arsonist -
But the government deals in duPont 261'/4 StRegP 30%' are key men in accident American Airlines, JohnsManville destroyed a truck trac-I MIAMI (AP-A) fire chief reported -not been for the CCC, I would ents.He said their right sides developed -
totals rather than in individualcases. as they are ir and Ford.Occidental union not have gone on to an institu-
: EAL 28% Seaboard 52' prevention just tor and damaged two cars early today that men refused more than their }left
And it the totals and gives them effective I to cut down tion of higher learning.
says E.Kodak 128th Sears 119% production Petroleum ] yesterday morning while all' power lineson sides from constantly swingingan
.. went didn't climb as methods to use. gained t i k e-torn Florida I President Johnson's war on
They East
s r
up. : Firestone 415k Sinclair 45% were parked at the Manor Motel
I more than 2 amid bullish ru includes ax. "Even today, I still have
fast as they were rising in the FlaP&L 78th Socony 81.. 2325 NW 13th St. Coat Railway property when poverty program a job "
The course, presented by a mors. Pure Oil and Sunray rosea that, the 48-year-old congressman -
j early months of 1964 but still gota Ford 51% SouthnC 61%1 member of the Florida Industrial I point apiece in active trading. B&B Produce Co., Miami, fire broke out in a foreman's corps. That is patterned largelyon said.
bit higher on a seasonally ad- 13% owned I shack. Roosevelt's old CCC.
FrmstDa 11% Sperry Commission, is available the tractor, which has
basis. Ling-Temco-Vought advancedmore I Asked what "the C's," as he Such a program today, Roy-
justed FreptSul 373'4 StO NJ 86% to all employers been parked since watermelonseason Chief Casey Boss said Florida
ad- without charge than a point. International I calls it, had done for him, Roy- bal says, would help the "young
The government always GenDyn 31th Studebak 7 and their supervisors inv in an area at the rear Power and Light Co. employes
Justs such figures to take account GenEI 83th Swift 52. and Alachua Harvester reported record of the motel. refused to cut the lines to aid bal said that in Los Angeles' fellow who has no place to go
sville
f f of the usual variations at GenFds 91% Texaco 82 a i n e sales and profits and the stock The fires were discovered firemen because of the FEC tough Boyle Heights, "as a who is doing nothing on the

different periods of the year. GenMills 421 2 Thiokol 12 8Gen.'Hrs County. rose a point. Jones & Laughlin about 8:30 yesterday morning.All strike. The fire department's member of a minority I saw a street corner. It would give him

And in many lines incomes 93% U Carb 119'4 The sponsor of the course is advanced more than a point. were out by then. emergency squad took down the great deal of discrimination.There an opportunity to start at the

change markedly from seasonto Goodrich 534 UnitAirc 51 the local safety council, Gain- U.S. Steel and Republic Steel The front seats were dam- lines. was a lack of jobs and corps level and advance him-

season. Without seasonal ad- Goodyr 4Bs UnFruit 20% esville-Alachua Council for County the Citizens added fractions. aged in cars owned by Mrs. The fire Sunday night was education. Going to the C's self.Roybal's

( justment the charts of many Greyhnd 24? US Steel 58% Safety making this, excellent purposeof safety Prices were generally higherin Yvonne Newmans, E. Bradenton -quickly extinguished. Boss said 1 made me realize there was a own verdict: "I'm

government statistics would GuIfOiI 56' UnivMat 127 education available to small moderate trading on the and Norman K. Carmich- it started when someone, prob- chance, there was an opening." very proud that I was a mem-

have more of a roller-coaster Hon'wl 127 WestgEI 355it and large companies in the American Stock Exchange. aels, night clerk at the motel. ably juveniles, threw lighted "Once a guy gets started," he ber of the C's. It was the most

look than the steady rise that IntHarv 81'14 WinnDix 36 Corporate bonds were mixed. Police and fire marshals are railroad flares through a win- said, "then he has a thirst that terrific thing that ever hap-

most show now. IntNick 79 Woolwth 27' community. U.S. Treasury bonds were firm. :nvestigating. dow into the frame shack. has to be satisfied. The biggest I pened to me"
I I All classes will be held in
The greater part of the July 4
the conference room of the
gain appears due to the rise in Mcliitire Turns
Guaranty Federal Savings and I
the number of employed. It was
Loan Association Building, 220
the new incomes that boostedthe To Curtis Cup
N. Main Street. Conference
total rather than nota-
any hours will be 10 a.m. to 12
ble change in the individual I HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) 7000
noon Monday thru Friday, September -
take of those already on the Barbara McIntire, fresh from 21 to 25.Information .
payroll. tier second victory in the U.S.
is available
Others who are better off than Women's Amateur Golf tourna- by
calling the Safety Council Office -
awhile back also include those ment, turns now to the Curtis
i who have benefited from in- Cup match to be played in South Phone 376-0305.

creased dividend payments by Wales Sept. 11-12.

7 many corporations, and those Miss McIntire, from Colorado '
who cashed in on the six Springs, defeated Joe Anne BurglaryAttempts i ROOMS & APARTMENTSNEEDED

months-rise in prices of many Gunderson of Kirkland, Wash., 3
stocks. I and 2 in the 36-hole finals of the

The biggest share of the July 64th women's tournament Saturday .

rise in income totals was in the at Prairie Dunes Country !

wages and salaries division. Club. Miss Gunderson had wor, Reported .

This went upA at an annual rate the tournament three times pre IMMEDIATELY

of $1.2 billion to a total of $331.3 viously and Miss McIntire WOE I A would-be burglar pried out,

billion. Factory payrolls alone in 1959. a concrete block from the I

increased $200 million in July, building corner of Jackson's i 7,000 rooms and apartments will be needed within the next 10

putting the annual rate at $102.9! Heads Local Minit Market, SE 4th Ave. and: days by University of Florida students. The Sun want ad officeis

,J billion.The Department of Commercesays Bottling Plant 11th St. about 2:30: yesterday I being flooded with requests for information on rental property,

that farm income slippedby morning, but was scared away I Ir if you have a room, apartment, or a house for rent call 3728441and

$200 million in July to an an- Canada Dry Bottling Co. ol f r when the removal set off a:' place a four line want-ad for 6 days for only 68c per day. .

nual rate of $17 billion. Jacksonville, Fla., Inc., ha; burglar alarm.Gainesville 'I

Since personal incomes are named Philip Burgis manage police officers,

the chief ingredient in the na of its Gainesville branch. found no one at the scene when I

tion's economic mix, the pros- Burgis, formerly employe!I they answered the alarm.
pects are good for a tasty dish by the Canada Dry Bottling Co I

this autumn and hopefully, of Hornell, N.Y., will move t<) Howard M. Holdridge, man.
or at least the first part of 1965. 1619 NE 28th St. about Oct. 1. ager, said he found nothing:
missing in a prelimina,1


I. Tobacco ReportVALDOSTA check.Jack Ferber, president of I,,

Ferber's Sheet Metal shop, 33

SE 13th Road, reported at!
I'
Ga. (AP) I erage of $57.43; Madison, 2,274.1 8:40 p.m. yesterday that some

Georgia Florida flue cured :550 pounds, $1,343,728, averageof one broke into the shop I

tobacco prices by grades were 1 $59.08 per hundred pounds. through a steel rear door. An'

lower for over half the categories undetermined amount of mon-.
Georgia markets that have
last week, the Federal-State ey was taken. I
'closed include Hahira, Pearson
Market News Service reports.
.and Pelham. Closings this week Mrs. Myrtle W. Lassiter, 1115
Those that did not decline include Live Oak, Fla., and Syl- NE 6th St., reported at 11:331 .

were mostly unchanged. Thoughthe vester, Waycross, Adel, Alma, p.m. Saturday that someone I
I
quality of offerings was also Fitzgerald, Quitman, Swainsboro broke into her home through aI

down. Receipts placed under Thomasville, Nashville, Val- bathroom window during the'

government loan were light, dosta and Blackshear in Geor evening. A gold earring was ;
gia. taken.
I
amounting to about one per cent ",

of the total sales. Government Mrs. Atelda Richardson, 4115. I
Learns How NW 12th Ter. at 4:43 .
I sales stand at two per cent for reported : EFFICIENCY
apartment 150
the season. p.m. yesterday someone had month Ifghti and hot water fur- .
1 To Kill Bears forced open a garage door at nished. Student preferred. FK .
Gross sales for the week end- her home. Nothing was found 4-5834.

Ing Aug. 21 totaled 38,196,290 \V WARROAD Minn. (AP) missing.J. .

pounds, averaging $58.71 per Andy Streiff tells how to kill a
R. Price, 3453 SW Archer ...
down
hundred pounds, $3.55 bear: "Shoot him three times
Rd., reported Saturday at 3:15 .
week before. v
from the
after he is dead. Then wait five
p.m. that his family returned
Season marketing stand at minutes" before you go up to from a nine-day vacation to -

I 158,370,094 pounds, averaging i him. find the house in disorder. He

:-59.08, for total receipts of $93,- Streiff has been recoveringfrom said a hidden key to the back

561,115. During the same num- a recent encounter with a250pound door had been found and was .' ."-... ,.,."
,
ber of market days last year, bear. At 216 pounds, in the lock. Nothing was, :: "..:;: '

188,456,000 pounds averaged at Streiff wasn't too badly out- known missing. I t
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.' $57.16. matched except for the teeth !

Last week's lower quality tobacco and claws. All Because I. '. ,

'. is attributed to a fairly He came across the bear I I '. ", :'-iH,,..<;.-;i ,"ft .

large increase in the percentage while on his truck route, pickingup Of Some Fleas I ..1i..... iil. \
; of nondescript, poor and farmers' milk. He shot the .
fair leaf which amounted to animal and it went down and -:} "r ;, ; ..:f LONDON (AP) British offi- .
.: about 75 per cent of total sales. appeared lifeless. cials have discovered that fleas -

But when Streiff approached, caused a serious drop in the -... i
: totals for Florida
Season are: bruin became a black whirl-
22,196,068 pounds sold for $13- production of a big railway car-_ ....
wind. Streiff took him on in a

( : 042,902 an average of $58.76 wrestling match but was ripped penter shop. :I .'

per hundred pounds. across the stomach, had a man- An investigation was ordered 1 .'-

Georgia totals this season are: gled and broken left hand and a when an efficiency expert discovered -' THIS ADVERTISEMENT COST ONLY 68 PER DAY. '.

136,174,026 pounds sold for 80. chewed leg before he managedto the 36 staff carpenters =
of grab his rifle and kill the spent much of their time PLAN v
518,213 an average $59.13a WHEN ORDERED ON OUR 6 DAY INSERTION
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hundred pounds. bear. scratching themselves. _e' .....::" "
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The High Springs market An official of the governmentrun -I :

closed last Thursday after sell- Wires CrossedSAN railways reported: "Ques

ing a total of 3,860,678 poundsfor BERNARDLNO Calif. tioning revealed the men were! : "r CALL 372-8441 1 4
an average price of $56.90 a scratching because they itched.1
(AP) A proud bald eagle And further -
-hundred, with receipts totaling investigation; ; c. "
2196688. swooped regally in for a landingon showed they itched becausethey'd :

-r a power line -and wound up been bitten by some-; DEPT.
GAINESVILLE
i 7 Season totals for other Florida bald all over. SUN CLASSIFIED

.'! ;markets that have closed' : Jasper The great bird boasting a 73- thing. i I

': 3,632,846 pounds, $2,231,213, inch wingspan, short-circuited Further investigation re: .

average.:. of $61.23; Lake City,I himself to death Sunday when vealed that the fleas came from iJ i iI I

-4,246,960 pounds, $2,438,927, av- I he touched two power lines. the nine cats living in the shop.J


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: Associated Press Sports Writer the fifth inning. It was anoth scored for Boston in the seventh

i By ARTHUR DALEY It's odd, but Brooks Robinsonis 'er Robinson, Earl, who singled and homered in the ninth.

NEW YORK More than two months ago the New York lit 1 at his best in evennumberedyears. I in two of the runs. The rally .
Mets were scheduled to play a benefit for sandlot Second Straight
game
helped rookie Wally Bunker to
: & w
: ( second
Cleveland its
baseball against the New York Yankee then not swept
: even a
___ his 13th victory against only
,1 This he's better than
I mote in the all-seeing eye of the Columbia Broadcasting i .-. _ _ : year three defeats. straight doubleheader from the
and has better than even
System. It was to have been held at Shea Stadium and the :::2: ___________ ;_ ;- ever a Angels. Rookie Luis Tiant
chance named the
date if it is of any interest, was June 15. of being Seven Hits pitched a six-hitter or his sev-
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American League's most valua- Gary Peters pitched the White enth victory in nine decisions in

4; It rained that day. It rained into the night but nothing ble player if Baltimore wins Sox to the second game triumph the opener. Bob Chance belted

I ever can discourage the new breed those and delightfully ___ % the pennant.
quaint -
,: scattering seven hits for three hits and drove in two runs
daffy fans who worship at the Met shrine. They t Robinson tried to see to that
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decisions. Indians.
C his 14th victory in 21 for the
erupted from the Subway exits and the parking lots, not y sparking the Orioles to three .
Chicago scored all of.their runs John Romano singled across
l even noticing the raindrops that bounced off every empty victories in four weekend games
in the seventh. Floyd Robinson two runs in Cleveland's three-
: noggin. By game time of a game that couldn't possibly be with Chicago. Baltimore won
with single third in the The
the a nightcap.
triggered rally run
played there were 33,000 diehards in the stands. This had their third straight 7-3 Sunday
4 4 and eventually scored on a wild rally was aided by pitcher Dan
to be the most amazing baseball turnout of the season. before the White Sox salvagedthe
second game of the double- throw by Sam Bowens. Osinski's throwing error. Felix

Naturally enough-and obviously enough, too-the clash of header 3-1. Johnny Blanchard and Mickey Torres homered for. the Angels.
It OutCity
the Titans was postponed. It would be held a week later Trying The split left the Orioles 13 Mantle each drove in two runs Willie Kirkland led the Senators .

provided the Bombers weren't rained out and it was rescheduled games ahead of the White Sox, as the Yankees continued their to their second-game victory -

% for tomorrow night. Again there was ,the same catch Commissioner Ed Turlington tries his hand at archery in big meet held who led by one-half game before recovery from a six-game losing over the Athletics, lashing a

-provided the Yanks weren't rained out in Boston last week.If here yesterday. At left is Bob Waites, president of the Gainesville Archery the series started. streak. Blanchard brought in two-run single in a five-run

so, there would be another week's delay. So many Us, Club, and in middle is Henry Smith, president of the Florida Archery Associa Roger Maris with sacrifice flies fourth inning and slamming a

ands and buts have surrounded this get together from its tion. More than 100 archers participated in the event. (Results at bottom, of Three Hits in the sixth and in the eighth solo homer in the seventh.

inception that only the worthiness of the cause made the effort page). Robinson lashed three hits In while Mantle unloaded a two-

worth the bother. Sunday's scoring two Preserved Win
seem opener i run homer in the third.

runs, and drove in the Orioles' _. .... ,mae,. '..'.. ', John Wyatt preserved Diego
___ '." lone run in the second game. In ; r Segui's r victory in the first
Still .I
SuperiorIn 7_ Robinson > striking out pinch hitters
_-- "'" the previous two games, game,
Mondoy.Aug. f knocked in two runs in Fri- !Don Zimmer and Chuck Hinton

the interval between mid-June and late August there 24. 1964PGge day's 4-2 triumph and slammeda with the tying runs on base in
have been unexpected developments. The Mets have 4)
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gotten
three-run homer that won Saturday's the ninth inning. Bill Bryan
better and the Yanks have gotten worse-not that they've ._. decisive
the Athletics'
game by same homered for the -
attained positions even remotely resembling equality. Falter- iff'i",
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ing though they've been of recent weeks, the Bronx Bombers '
.
His over all performance, g Hank Aguirre won his third

still are an infinitely superior ball club. Parker Likes Steelers'Chances eight hits in 16 times at bat Increased game of the season and his first

Yet there are encouraging signs as regards the Mets. the 27-year-old third l since July 1, stopping the Twinson

After almost three years of operations they finally are makIng baseman's batting average seven five hits in the second game.

moves they should have made in the beginning. They points to .308 his home run Bill Freehan hit two homers and

have made a swing toward youth, thereby breaking loose More This YearBy total to 22 and his runs batted in Gates Brown and Don Demeter

from the original straitjacket which had confined them. to 85. ;. -J- one each for the Tigers.

Because the Mets had to compete against the solidly established RBI Robinson mark in reached 1960 when his he drovein best -j : k4 : Tony Oliva's run-scoring sin-

Yanks and because they started in the Polo JACK HAND ton, the All-America tackle is behind Hoak. Parker likes 88 runs. He dipped to 61 the "* gle in the ninth inning won the

((11th ma Series) from Texas. decided what he has of Dave Fleming ': opener for the Twins after Don
Grounds bandbox, they were forced to seek elderly "name" Appleton finally -, seen -next season but rose to 86 in
KINGSTON R.I. (AP) to sign with Houston in free with ; iMincher tied the game in the
players with home run power. The other expansion team, a agent no college 1962 when he also hit 23 homers
the Houston Colts, had no restrictions whatsoever. They were Buddy Parker gives his Pitts- the rival American Football experience.The and batted .303 his best marksin |<
bringing major league ball to a town that never had seen burgh Steelers a better chanceto League, leaving Parker withouta experienced front-line is those categories, prior to this "...,..'........<
it before and whatever they offered their fans was an im win the National Football tackle-and without Dial. made up of center Buzz Nutter, season. BROOKS ROBINSON Auliffe clouted two-run homersfor

provement. Paul Richards, the Colt general manager, even League's Eastern Conferencetitle "We were just unlucky that guards Ray Lemek and Mike Going Strong Detroit. -

was sympathetic as he discussed the plight of his opposite thjs year than he did a year we couldn't sign the boy" said Sandusky and tackles Charlie Struck Again

number George Weiss, en route to the expansion draft. ago despite the trade of Buddy Parker. "If I had to do it all Bradshaw and Dan James. But the oddity struck again as

Dial for a drafted phantom who over again, I'd do the same Ben McGee, a No. 4 draftee' he plummeted to a .251 average Arnett Could

didn't sign.Parker thing but I might not take the from Jackson State, has been last year with only 11 homers

'Old Name9 Players"I has spent most of the same boy. We needed defensive the surprise of the camp. Mc- and 67 RBI.

off-season defending the Dial linemen more than we needed Gee fits into the starting defen- In other AL games Sunday,

almost feel sorry for Weiss" he said. "He has togo deal in which the Steelers sent Dial." sive line at right tackle. Joe New York edged Boston 4-3,

for old "name" ball players who can hit homers at the their flanker back to Dallas for Krupa is the other tackle and Cleveland took Los Angeles 6-4 Make NFL Race

Polo Grounds. I don't have to tailor my team to fit my the draft rights to Scott Apple- Paul Martha John Baker and Lou Michaelsthe and 3-2, Washington lost to Kansas

ball park." '--- -- The hope in Pittsburgh is that ends. Michaels also does the City 3-1 before winning 8-5

Paul Martha, a rookie from field work and Parker and Minnesota nipped Detroit 6-
goal
"What kind of a field will you have? he was asked. Even
: Pitt, eventually will take over thinks his defensive work was 5, then lost 5-2.' Tighter
I
"I don't have to decide that," he said, "until I've pickedmy Dial's job. To ease the pressureon affected last year by erratic One of Roboinson's three hits

squad. Then I can make it big or small, whichever better ; the youngster, Parker has kicking. in the opener was a.key single

suits their talents." shaken up his receivers. I By DICK COUCH 21 victory over San Francisco:

_* 3c. wEiI'.: Talented Gary Ballman has Associated Press Sports WriterIf the Rams defeated Dallas 25-16

Richards came up with a batch of youthful line-drive hit- :11.1 been moved to flanker ahead of American BoxesFirst Jon Arnett helps the Chicago -and Detroit topped Philadelphia
ters. So he moved back League
the
fences to negate the power of
Martha and Pres Carpenter Bears as much as Paul Hor- 17-13 in other NFL weekend
the opposition. Fewer home runs hit in Houston than
are
3i slides over to split end, leaving Camt First GameINNESOTA nung figures to hurt them National tilts.
anywhere else in the majors-by a sizable margin, too. 1 BALTIMORE CHICAGO DETROIT
John Powers and rookie Jim abrhbi Football League followers The New York Jets nipped
abrhbl abrhbi abrhbl
The magic of Casey Stengel the greatest promotional wiz- ?: Kelley, two Notre Dame grads, Adair' 2b 5 1 1 0 Landis cf 4000 Kindall 2b 3100 M'Auliffe ss 3222 can expect another wire-to-wire Boston 21.20; San Diego beat
j4 Aparicio 5010 Buford 2b 3000 Allen ph-2b 1000 Lumpe 2b 5122ollms
ard baseball ever had, created the alluring image of the ; to fight it out at tight end. Siebern Ib ss 5120 Rob'son rf 3 1 0 0 3b 5120 Wood pr 0000 duel in the NFL's Western Conference -I Kansas City 26-14 and Oakland
Amazin' Mets and cloaked ; B.R'son 3b 5230 Ward r.b 422 Oliva cf 5022 Kaline rf 3100' between the defending outscored Buffalo 34-31 in American -
it in such '
a strange mystiquethat I The Steelers came within one Bowens rf 5121 Ib 402 illebrew If 31 0 0 Brown If 4011 I

it proved irresistible to his other creation, the new breed. :.... <>..i i.4.00 ..,. game of winning their first Saverine Lau c pr 0100 2110 McCraw Long ph If 1000 1 0 1 0 Allison Mincher rf Ib 4l14Cash 2100 Oemeter Ib cf 4010 4010 champion Bears and Hornung- Football League action.

Now the Mets outdraw the Yankees and can afford to dwt ,< championship last fall. A victory Brown c 1000 Weis ph 1000 ersalles ss 4000 Freehan c 3 0 0 0 hypoed Green Bay Packers. Arnett, 29-year-old veteran of
E. Rob'n cf 3 0 1 3 Hansen ss 3011 im'an c 3010 Wert 3b 4001 0
discard a pattern they no longer need. Since mid-June for over New York on the final Snyder If 2012 Martin c 3000 Hall ph 1010 Lollch p 2101 0 The Bears hope Arnett, onetime eight NFL seasons, was hobbled
instance a batch of kids in their 20's have would them the Bnker p 2000 Herbert p 0 0 0 0 attey e 0000 Bruton ph 1000 last knee but
replaced gaffersin ]; day have given H'sh'ger rf 2 0 0 0 Pascual p 1000 All-Pro halfback whom year by a injury

their 30's. : $ title. Instead they lost and Totals 35-7 12 Totals 2t 3 2 Worth-ton ostro ph 1000 they acquired Sunday in a the speedster from Southern

J _. _... .___. _' dropped all the to fourth."I Baltimore .. ... ... ........ 000 2AD 100-7 Totals p 34674 1 1 0 0 Totals California he is healthyand
"" ::'- > .v way 33573 three-for-one deal with the Los says
The 01' Perfessor juggled the newcomers, groping for a Chicago .. ... ....... ...... .]. 100 001-3

winning formula. He even tried Billy Klaus at second, shift- KEN VENTURI think we have a better E-None. DP-Baltimore 2, Chicago 1. Minnesota Detroit ........ .... 102 000 130 104 eo5 041-4 Angeles Rams will add a anxious to play in Chicago.The .

ing Ron Hunt, his best player, to third. Hunt didn't likeit Wins EasilyVenturi chance to win than I did at this LOB 2B--B.Baltimore Robinson", Chicago Siebern 4.Lau; Ward, E-None. OP-Minnesota 1. LOB-Min- breakaway threat to their light- Rams pried offensive

and said so. time last year," Parker says. Hansen. SB-Bowens; F. Robinson. S-, nesota 28-Rollins.7, Detroit Brown I. Cash. HR-Mlnch- weight offense that was further guard Roger Davis, a 1963 regular -

"We don't have too much bench E.Snyder Robinson Hansen.McCraw. SF-E. Robinson er (19) Lump (4), McAuliffe (21). weakened last month by the center Joe Wendryhoski and

Win but should be better if we IP H R ERBSO IP H R EH SB SOascual rookie defensive back Frank
we .
4234 5 S 5 4 death of Willie Galllrnore.Chicago's .
.. 9 3 3 3 4 tragic
Bunker W. 11-3
...........
Fought Back can stay healthy.Ran Herbert .... ....3215 2 2 *2 0 Plots Perry .. ..... .... 1 1 1-3 2.3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 offensive shortcom- Budka from the Bears in exchange -
Fisher U i-3 .... 1 s s s 1
Talbot ... .. 211 2 1 1 0 0 orth'n..W.. ...4-3....... 1 1-3 1 0 0 2 2, for Arnett.Tampa .
More .. .-. ... 0 0 1 Lolich 7 2.3 3 4 4 oS 10 ings were pinpointed Saturday
"Listen Case, said the dogged little fighter. "I made the In American Wilhelm 2 1 0 Gladding( L. 5-2 .. 1-3 2 2 2 0 C
All-Star team at second base. Before you move me, I think "Last year we ran the ball WP-Fisher. T-2:35. Fox .... .. 1 2. 0 0 CI: night when the Packers and

Klaus should prove he's a better ball player than I am." more than anybody in the Second CHICAGO Game HBP Gladding-By Lolich faced 1(Kindall man )In. T tih.-3:15. Hornung wrecked the Bears 21- Starts

Doubly NiceAKRON .league, about 60 per cent of the BALTIMORE abrhbi brh.lll Second 7 in an exhibition game at Mil
Game
"Maybe the feller is right," said 01' Case, not answering time. This year I want to see us Adair Aparicio 2t ss 4010 4120 Landis 2b ef 4000 4020]i MINNESOTA DETROIT waukee. Grid PracticeTAMPA

directly but voicing his thoughts out loud. "I was tryin' to Ken throw a little more." Orsino Ib 4 0 1 0 F. R'son rf 412 4 1 1 0 0 Versa lies ss abrhbl 3 1 1 2 M'Auliffe ss abrkbi.01 0

find out if he could play the spot before we go to trainin' Ohio (AP) I If the Steelers do throw moreit I B.R'son Bowens rt 3b 3011 401 H'sh'g'r Skowron rf Ib 0000 Rollins 3b 4000 Lump 2b 411 0 I Two TDs (APThe University -
Ohva cf
3020 .
Venturi's smashing five-stroke E. R'son M 4 0 0 0 Ward 3b 300Brown 0 Kalme rf 401 I The Bears; didn't get un of football squad
next Tampa
camp spring. will be up to Ed Brown, the 4010 Hansen ss 311 1 Killebrew H 40 0 0 Brown If 412
victory in the $50,000 American whose off- Brandt c cf 3 0 0 0 Nicholson If 3 0 1 0 Allison -f0000emeter cf 4111 tracked until Hornung, showingno : starts practice today with a
veteran Mincher Ib
It was the first time that Stengel had hinted that he Golf Classic Sunday was doubly day against quarterback the Giants in the Johnson Barber p ph 3000 1 0 0 0 McCraw M'Nertney Ib C 2 0000 0 0 0,. Battey c 3010 3000 Cash Freehan Ib c 322 300 2 0 signs of a year's inactivity,, squad of 22 lettermen and 20
was beginning to think in terms of managing the Mets next comeback Buford ph 0000'' Kindall 2b 3000 Wert 3b 301 0
to
golf's
satisfying 1963 finale proved so costly. Martin 000 Grant p 2 IlOAguirra p 300 had run for two touchdowns,, transfer students and newcom-
year, rumors of his quitting to the contrary. Perhaps itdoesn't king of 1964. Peters 1 001 Kostro ph 1000 and I
caught a scoring pass who showed promise.
Neither Terry Nofsinger nor Bill li 1 7 2 Totals 30 2 S 2 Totals 13 S 9 J ers
Totals
mean a thing. In addition to a $7,500 check, Nelsen to take Totals 14 1 7 1 Minnesota .. ... ... ...... .. 001000000 2, kicked three extra points for a I Head coach Sam Bailey said
nationalchampion's appear ready Baltimore ..... ...... ..... 100 000 000-1 Detroit .... .. .. ...... .... 110 Ml tuE .
But when he was acting coy about returning to the Yan- which boosted the Chicago .. ......... .... .. OOP 000 30xE -None. DP-Detrolt 2. LOB-Mlnne-i' 21-0 lead. A fourth quarter there appeared to be enough

kees in other years, he'd start talking enthusiastically about earnings to $53,840, over.With receivers like Ballman, -Bowens. DP-Baltimore X Chicago ota 3. Detroit 4. touchdown pass from second I talent present to solve his problem -

the following spring. Then his listeners would know he was the triumph assured Venturi Martha, Carpenter and Kelly in 1.2B-Aparlclo.LOB-Baltimore: I, Chicago 5. (IS 28),-Freehan Brown. HR 2 -(XI Versalles, Demeter(15)(17), Brown. string quarterback Rudy Bukich I of lack of depth.

hooked. This may not mean the same at the age of 74 as that his U.S. Open victory was the line-up, the Steelers may Barber U HO .. 6,p-S'H ,3 ?3 ?2 $0 3 Grant L. 10-10 .. e IP H 0 R 1 ER A BBS I 3 to Gary Barnes averted a shut. Aiding Bailey will be a coach-

it did when he was a kid of 68. If it has any significance no fluke. open up with a little more pass- Vineyard ., .. .. .0 0" 1 Arrlgo .... .. ...1 0. 0 0 1 ing staff of Frank D'Agostino of
.. ..
... ... .
.. .. .... 1 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Plus .1 1 1 1 0 0 out.Cleveland
though, you are welcome to it. I The Classic was a big hurdle ing. Dial led. the club last year McNally Peters W. 17- .. 9 7 1 1 2 7 Aguirre. W. 3-7 .. 9 I J 2 2 7 ripped Pittsburgh I Auburn, Vic Prinzi of Florida;

Mets vs.. Yanks. Casey Stengel vs. Yogi Berra. Sounds for Venturi. He missed the 54- with 60 catches. Vineyard HBP-By faced Barber 1(man Peters In). WP 7th.-Peters. T-1:50. A-17,401. 42-7; Washington tripped th State University and Charles

good. hole cut in 1962 and last year he John Henry Johnson, still a PB-McNertney (2). T-2:02. A-36,210. NEW YORK BOSTON New York Giants 27-24; Minne. Bailey of Tampa, no relation to

nicked. UD a $110 check. But the 34 and abrhbf abrh ... with head coach.
I .. ..1.:1: ... fierce competitor at First Gam CLEVELAND Kubek ss 4110 Jones 2b 501 1 sofa stayed unbeaten a 24 the .
: :: : :.: long 7,165-yard Firestone without breakaway speed are LOS ANGELES abrhbi Rich'son 2b 4 0 2 0 Mantilla If 300 0 -
: :;: : abrbbi
I ::::::.:0....'''' : ...:.,. ..... him. If 3100 Salmon rf 3 2 1 1 Tresh cf 4000 Y'trz'skl cf 4 0 2 0,
E11 f .\ It. ...:.::.::.:. :.:. :.::.::.:;:.: Course finally yielded to the top ball carriers. Clarence Green Pearson cf 3221 Francona rf 1 0 0 0 Mantle If 4112 Stuart Ib 401 0
... ".:.. ..... His Mason Rudolphcame Peaks from Philadel- 4111 Ramos pr 000 I Marls rf 1210 Thomas rf 4000
victory over acquired Fregosl ss
I : :::::: ::::::::: : : .;...::.:.:.: Smith rf 3011 Moran 36 000 0 Howard cADI 0 Malzone 3b 4010
II:: on a final round of 35-34 phia, backs up Johnson and Adcock Ib 3000Howser IS 411 1 Blan'd Ib 1002 Bressoud ss 4000 il THE I I
Mttli\bfff 2 Pepitone Ib 0000 Tillman c 4221
;fm 401 Chance Ib 511
l ..... '; :iii: ; i.w 69 better and than a 275 the total four-round-one stroke record -! Theron Sapp, another ex-Eagle, Knoop Torres Rodgers 2b 3b c 3000Aicuec.010Wagnerlf SI 3011 1 0 Boyer Bouton 3b p 4000 4000 Wilson Nixon ph p 0000 3121 1010Medai

Piersall ph 1 0 0 ODavalillo ef 4 0 1 0 pr
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEW Palmer Jb 3 1 1 0 _Totals 30 4 ( 4 Totals 3433
Arnold Brown
of 276 set by Newman p 1 0.
W L Pet. G... L Pet. 0*B. Latman p 1 0 0 0 Held 3rf 2 It 1 Now York. .. ... ... ..... 002 Ml 011-4
77 44 .61* Philadelphia 74 47 .'11 in 1962 and tied by Johnny CopelandTop Clinton hp 100 OTiant p 100 Bastes ---------------------o lOt Ml-3E
74 50 .'Y HiNew Cincinnati *, 55 .557 T.'t Power Ib 1000
York 71 52 7 S San Francisco 4* 55 .557 71* Pott last year. Totals 33453T1tbl1 336114 -None. DP-New York 1. LOB-New
trelt 45 UJ liv St. Louis 6S 51 .521 11 York 7. Boston 7.
& 42 42 .500 14 Pittsburgh 44 60 .514 17'* ArcherGuy LssAngeies ..._...........201 OM 000-4 28-Marts. Malzone Wilson 2. Tillman I liLNEWQRKJ
s Angeles 63 M .451 16 Milwaukee 62 60 JOO 13". Only BogeyVenturi's Cleveland ............. ..221 lOt 00 -4E Jones. HR-Mantle (27) Tillman (13)Rlchlrdson. .
60 44 .''* IT1* Los Angeles 60 62 .497 1$ only bogey Sunday -1 SF-Bianchard 2.
Tiant, Fregosl. OP Los Angeles IP H R ER BBSO
51 68 .4/0 l"Vi Chicago 57 47 '60 19 -
\ 50 71 .391 3t<* Houston 54 71 .432 23 came on the 18th and final hole. Copeland of Apopka cap- 1. LOB Los Angeles 5. Cleveland 11. Bouton W. 14-11 t 10 3 3 1 2
41 77 .3t 4 29 New York 42 $3 J34 35 2B R. Chance 2. Wagner Howser. Wilson. U 11-10 7 I 4 5 7
.nse$ City tured first in the 400 in-
Yesterdays Results He started the round witha place Held Brown. HR Green (1)) Fregosli Radatz ..u. 2 0. 5 I 1
Yesterday's Results New York 35, Chicago 1-4. 1st game two-stroke lead over Rudolph.He stinctive class of an archery ( ). 5-4-lowsef. Tlanf. SF-Smith.. Wilson faced 1 man In It*. CITIZKNHBANK
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Kansas City 3-5. Washington 1-1 10 Innings IP M R ERBBS T-2:3 A-24.511. I
Cleveland 63. Los Angeles' 4-2 Philadelphia 9. Pittsburgh 3 boosted it to four strokes as meet held here yesterday. Newman L, 10-7 22-17 4 S 2 1
Baltimore 71. Chicago 3-3 Los Latman .. .. 2 1-3 2 0 0 0 1 KANSAS CITY WASHINGTON
1. Cincinnati 0
Minnesota. Detroit $oS San Angeles Francisco 3. St. Louis 2, 10 Innings he put together 11 straight pars Al Walden of Orlando was Duliba .... .... ..2 2" S 2 0 .IIIIbi .11,11'
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New York 4. Boston 3Todays Houston 7. Milwaukee I first in the 400 freestyle depart R. Lee .1
Games Todays Games and clinched the victory with a Tiant W, 7.2. 9 I. 4 1 IDuliba 2 Causey u SSllCottieflb 1511.
faced one man in Itti. Charles 3b 3001 Cunttam lb 4000 .
Minnesota Kilt 13at Chicago Buzhardt Philadelphia Mahaffey 11-4 at Milwaukee birdie two the 12th hole ment. J
on HBP By Newman (Brown). T-2:21. Colavito rf 4010 Hinton If 4010
104. night Blaslngam 3-3. night The results: Gentile Ib 4010 Kirkland rf 4 1 2 3
Only game scheduled.Tomorrow's. Pittsburgh Friend 10-11 at St. touts Gibson while Rudolph was getting a bo S.ce.tf Came Edwards c II11LOCkCI 7101
Games 1010. night LOS ANGELES CLEVELAND Ca'p-nYis If 4 t 2 0 Zimmer 3b 3 2 1 0
Free
Style
Los Angeles at Kansas City. N Chicago L. Burdette4 at Houston Far- gey. Abbreviations: f S means or akrbM a. It biPiersall Mathews ef 4 J 1 0 Kennedy V 0 0 0 0
Minnesota at Chicago N red 11-7 night In a run for second place Ru- Sight Shooter Bare Bow If 41115.akfloitrl 4110 Santiago p 1000 Bromley C 3' 1 1 ;
Cleveland at Baltimore. N San Francisco Duffalo 2-1 at Los AngelesMoeller Ins' means Instinctive or Power Ib SIIOHowserIs 410 Alusik ph 1000 Brink'n is 4 2 2 2
Washington at New York. N 7-12. night dolph with a 37-35-72 and 280 Class. 430 Inst. GUY Copeland. Apopka.1st. Fregosl 311 IR.Ouancelb310S Jimenei ph 0 1 0 0 Kreutier p 2155
Detroit at Boston. N Only games scheduled Clinton rf 4031 Wagner W 401 TartabulIpb1OS0HaNWP lOSS
ahead of
Tomorrows Games finished one stroke 400 FS Al Walden. Orlando. 1st Perry ef 4000 Romano C 4012 Totals 35 S10 I Totals. 32050
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW New York at Cincinnati N Palmer who had 35-34- and 325 F S D. Heyman. St. Augustine 1st Torres 3b 4121 Davalilto cf 3 0 0 0 -* : COMING
L Jessie Curtis. Jacksonville 1st Kama City ......__...... lOt Oil *
Orlando 32 L 23 Pet.JM G... San Pittsburgh Francisco at St.at Louis.Los Angeles.N N 281. 325 ISO Inst.Inst. Jack Lyons. Jacksonville. 1st Gatewood Rodgers pr 3SIOMOIafl3b 0 0 0 0 Brown 2b 3510 2510 WasRiagles- ............... 015 $01 11)-1 I
175 Inst. Royce Brower. Leesburg 1st Brinkman. -;
31 23 ..s7.011 Philadelphia it Milwaukee N Knoop 2b 4000 Kralick p 210Osmskl E-Centil Campaneris Wyatt.
St. Petersburg 32 2'.531 H Jack Nicklaus shot a final 37- 100 Inst. W. Wilson. Gainesville." 1st p lOSS DP-Kansas City 1; Washington 2LOaKes .
Tampa Amateur Women. Francis Herring Or 4, Washington 7.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW Adcock ph 1010Pearson City
Lauderdale 21 27.sOf 4 36-73 to finish fourth with 285.
Ft. lands 1stAmateur ooss Brumley BillIng -
L PcC ..B pr 2B Colavito Zimmer
27 21 .491 *
Miami M 21.462 tV Syracuse ............ n S3 .m I Men Dave Jenkins Gaines Totals 32 2 'I Total 29143 _. HR.-Edwards. (A), Kirkland (6)..
Sarasota Jacksonville .......... 77 yule 1st 'SB-Cotter. S Kline. SF-Charles.IP L SOON!
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Beach 21 31 'II .. .1111Cleveland 116-1 ER BBSO
Daytona 250 F S Dave Hill. Apopka 1st Los Aageles H R
Lakeland' 20 31 .392 10Yesterdays .............. a 57.54A TVi Ferrari Wins 275 Women F S. Florence Tindale. .., ...... ... ., .003 lOt M*- Satiliago.L.S-S..3 3" 4 3 1
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Orlando 4-5. Tampa 3-4 Toronto ............... M <2 J23 10 Girls. Yvonne Skipper E-OslnskU DP-Los Angeles 2. Clev Sanders .. ....... 11-30 0 0 0Drabosky 1 ,
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11? Pros in' Final Rush to Trim Squads'- for Opener' I





1 By WILLIAM N. WALLACE Lions must pass because problems The Rams have made strid. pounds to protect Charley' carry the full burden of the best defensive lineman, Earl The A.F.L.'s weakest fran-:,Dick Wood, the 6 foot 4 Inch

.' 5rin cork Sima at guard, curb the groundame. es and now possess two young Johnson, the best of the quarterbacking and some ques- Faison, and the best receiver, chise, Denver is counting quarterback, and his receivers

r.t NEW YORK Alex Karras, g lines that block and tackle. But N.F.L.'s young quarterbacks, tion his maturity. The offen- Lance Alworth. heavily on a quarterback acquired Bake Turner Don May-

Los Angeles cannot find an and to make the East's top sive line has played poorly This the Kansas City from Houston, Jacky nard and Gene Heeter.
meaner than ever in the Detroit Pick Ends year
1 Lion practices, twice has The Bears Up picked two: adequate fullback or a safe rushing game go. this summer. Chiefs seem the more likely Lee, to save the Broncos. A. F. L. scouts concede that

up cornerback.The The Giants have The Pittsburgh Steelers as the East's best collection of
their
been found fighting with his plit ends Rich Kreitling of may contender once they get Eastern Division
t teammate and best friend, CI Cleveland and Gary Barnes I San Francisco '49ers, strengthened an already formidable usual are thin in quality players offensive line straightened out. The East seems certain to talent is at Houston. The Oiler
winners of only two offense but the defense and the normal attrition of backfield has not changed in
i I :John Gordy. On a recent hot from Dallas, but the gain was games The Chiefs' top players are have a close race, probably
: day at the New York more than offset by the deathf last year, made no trades and seems considerably weakened.Y. a season's injuries could hurt Len Dawson, quarterb a c k; between Houston and Buffalo. four years. It enlists George
Giants. acquired notable rook i A. Tittle is the catalyst at them Blanda the 36-year old quarterback
no e deeply.
t camp, Alex Webster Willie Galimore in an auto Curtis McClinton, fullback; E. The Boston Patriots won the
; pounds. R. C. Owens, aiming ccident. The outstanding defense -linemen that they need so bad- quarterback.The Joe Kuharich, new coach at J. Holub, linebacker, and division title last year with a ; Charley Tolar, Char-

to impress the Baltimore returns intact ly. Browns added receiving Philadelphia, renovated a Johnny Robinson, defensive 7-6-1 record and then were lie Hennigan and Billy Cannon.A .

I' coaches, jumps high at the Of the four Western contendrs -' Eastern ConferenceThe speed in rookies Paul War-!: spiritless squad through trades. back. Abner Haynes has given crushed, 51-10, by San Diego in void was filled when Bud
McFadin old tackle
field and Walter Roberts but For the 36-year ,
a change, Eagles
goal posts, trying to deflect easiest Cardinals considered hints of a comeback. This is a the playoff.
have the
e the Bears are -
the squad's Achilles Heel is an may have some semblance ofa was acquired from Denver.
: Jim Martin's practice field chedule because their Eastrn in this corner to be the fa rich squad that came apart a The Patriots rely on their The Bills of Buffalo have the
inferior defensive secondary.Need running attack.AMERICAN.
[ goals. e foes are the Redskins and vorites. Their Western oppon- year ago, after winning the defense and because they have league's most devoted fans and

::- Jimmy Hill of the Cardinals he Cowboys. The Lions have! ents are San Francisco and More FOOTBALL league championship in 1962. serious deficiencies at quarter- it is time the players rewarded -

'; wears soccer sneakers to ease most diifficult Eastern opponents -' Baltimore while the Giants The Redskins acquired Son LEAGUE The Oakland Raiders lack a ,back, halfback, center and tackle -I t' '> customers. Wray Carl-

\ the legs that have carried him in the Giants and must play the Lions and Vik- ny Jurgensen, a quarterback, Western Division rich squad. They do have a : this year, thouchdowns will ton has foregone retirement to

0 through nine seasons. Dale I B rowns. ings. The Browns meet the and Sam Huff, a middle line- Keith Lincoln of San Diego runner in Clem Daniels, the :not come easily. I steam with the 250-pound Cook-

Memmelaar, a regular last Minnesota's coach, Norm Lions and Packers while Dal- backer. A few more solid additions the league champions' quick A.F.L's top ground gainer. The New York's Jets are improving un Gilchrist as the running

>ear, fought the tears when Van Brocklin, claims his Vikings -' las must face the Bears and would project them into 210-pound fullback, apparentlyis new fullback will be Bo Dick- rapidly and will cause trou-I backs. Quarterback Jack Kemp

coach Tom Landry cut him i can be contenders on the Packers.St. the thick of the race. the league's best back. San inson, former Houston playeror ble, chiefly because the defense -!had better get a lot of points

'I from the) Dallas squad. And asis of a much stronger de-II Louis will have an of- The Cowboys of Dallas are Diego also has the best offen- Bob Jackson, purchasedfrom can now stop the foe on L because the defense has numerous -

many a rookie has deserted f ensive rush line. fensive line averaging 260 an enigma. Don Meredith must sive lineman, Ron Mix; the. San Diego. occasion. The Jets count on L I problems.
training this summer
a ,
camp the ..._*-'XNo."" ...........:.>.w,.>,........w...>.<-...,.,_....hX.,,'" I ___ _
without being cut, because

I work was just too hard. Wills Blasts FailureTo

The 22 professional teams, Allen Hero
14 in the National Football Again

League and 8 in the American,

( are in a final push to trim Enforce Balk RuleFor

t their squads and polish their

teams for the opening of the

season on Sept. 12 and 13. By CHARLES MAHER ing to judge not whether a/;

As Phils Roll OnBy LOS ANGELES (AP) Two pitcher was balking but "whether -,

Tickets In Demand years ago Maury Wills of the he was balking too much." i I. Comfort In

p %Some teams will be ready, Los Angeles Dodgers contemp- Wills said he learned one umpire Any Season .

some will not. Almost all 0 :. tuously paid a $50 fine to Na- "lost his Christmas bonus

should accountants.be winners Tickets with their in MIKE RATHET Valuable Player honors, the him front and center as a distinct V" tional League President WarrenC. because he enforced the rule MODERNIZE WITH

before.are Associated Press Sports Writer stand-out dresser and outstanding possibility to become the Giles with 5,000 pennies.If and I believe one also was cut
demand i
as never Philadel- Richie Allen, Philadelphia'sard third baseman belted two first rookie in major league history anything, the little short- i in salary for the same reason." HARCARALUMINUM

The Giants Baltimore, the Colts hitting third baseman, homers and a single, driving in to win the MVP award. 'stop's respect for Giles has The section of the balk rule I

phia Eagles, I wears orange shoes, fourbuttonuits four runs Sunday as the National ;since diminished. that has caused perhaps the
Bears and Green Bay
Chicago and with Phillies wal- Top Competition ,:: ,
sports jackets League leading
; ; tAj; most trouble is the -
one providing
Packers will sell out Allen ; WINDOWSALL
every uckles in the back. loped Pittsburgh 9-3. whose chief competitionfor :1'. ..y Zi.. Wills, who has run his salary
home Washington Detroit -I MVP honors : 1' i that with a runner or run-
game. might come to $50,000 largely by
; stealing
Now he's trying to stick a couple The performance lifted Allen's A.A.: ', .I up base
y. ners on a pitcher working
and Cleveland will from ,
come
teammates John All-Star
( bases accused Giles of
Sunday
> of feathers in his batting to .313 I
cap. average ,
close. At New York, Chicagoand 1 A leading contender for both gave him 23 homers and 66 runs Hero) Callison and Jim (Perfect RICHIE ALLEN stealing excitement from fans from the set position must bring .

Detroit some games will I Rookie of the Year and Most batted in, and once again shot Game) Bunning! hit a two-run Exhibits Power 'and opportunity from pod base- 'his hands to a stop before delivering : ... TYPESto

be on theatertelevision.The homer against the Pirates in the runners by failing to have the a pitch. I II fit your

44-year old N.F.L. will third inning, hit a solo homer in balk rule enforced.In I Wills said. the stop requirement i individualneeds.

take in $16,375,000 this year National League BoxesFirst I the fifth and singled. home a'run Duo Seeks is being ignored and this .

for television rights; the 4yearold '"-' in the eighth. fact, Wills charged, the National makes it difficult for the base. ...' on Large hand stack for

A.F.L. $2,600,000.National League office! has so stealer to decide when to take
Came ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO Bunning, who went seven in- gone i quick deliyery.
CHICAGO NEW YORK brhbl brhbi To Retire far as to take money off.
Football League brhbl aorhW Flood If lOlOKuennhf 6110 nings, benefited from the sup away I .
Hor- 'Ifltano 2b 4000 Klaus 3b 4120 Brock If Jill Lanier 2b 5120 port, bringing his record to 14-4 from[ umpires who tried to en- -
and Paul
Both Karras lemens rf 4 0 1 0 Hunt 2b 4020 White Ib 5120 Mays cf 4011 force it.
nung, back after a year's suspension urke ph-rf 1000 Ch'rTpr rf 3 0 1 1 Boyer3b l000Cepeda Ib 3000 with a 2.17 earned run average
Williams 3010 Kranep'l Ib 5011 Groat ss 3010 Hart 3b 2011 Net
despite being tagged for homersby TrophyCHESTNUT Said Giles: "If Wills has a
for gambling are like- anto 3b 4010 Hickman cf 4 0 1 0 Skinner rf 3011 Snider ph 1000 I WE GOT
to major roles in the anks Ib 3000 Smith If ss 2000 Shannon rf 0000 Pagan ss 0000 Roberto Clemente and Donn complaint, he should make it in 1
ly play Cowa" cf 2000 Can'zaro c 4000 M'Carver c 1010.1. Alou rf 4110
outcome of the competition this abr-lson cf 2 1 1 0 McMillan ss 2 0 0 0 Javier 2b 4000 Oavenp't ss 2010 Clendenon. HILL, Mass. writing. And he should get his I

year. Hornung's Packers havea ertell loznovsky c c 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gonder Cisco p ph-c 1000 1000 Warwick adeckl p ph 1000 1000 Crandall Peterson c ph 2010 1 0 0 0 The victory boosted the Phil- (AP) Chuck McKinley and facts straight before making

half-dozen rookies and odgers ss 2000 Altman If 2110 Maxvill 2b 1000 McCovey ph 0 0 0 0 lies lead to 7 games over Cincinnati public statements." SO BIG CALL
good
fart ph-ss 1001 Bolin pr 0000 Dennis Ralston were out to retire I
their halfback's winning spiriton B Uhl p 4010 Perry p 1000 and San Francisco. The Giles did not elaborate. I
Totals 33151 Totals 32252 Herbeip 2 0 0Hall.r Reds lost to the Los the trophy today with a FR 2-4361
their side, besides holdover One out when winning run scored. ph-c 2000 Angeles Wills did. He said he had a 'CAUSE WE
Totals 33272 Totals 31 3 02 Dodgers and Phil Ortega's third consecutive victory in the .
Chic..
stars Jim Taylor Jerry Kramer 000 000 100 0 1 talk with
New York .............. 001 GOO 000 1-2- St. Louis ................. 000 100 010 0-2 three-hitter 1-0 while the Giants National Doubles Tennis Cham. long an umpire recently -, CHARGE SO L111'LErent
Boyd Dowler and Willie E-McMillan, San Francisco ........... 200 OM 000 1-3 "and he told me the whole
DP Klaus Cannizzaro Smith. edged St. Louis 3-2 in 10 innings. pionship facing the first British a car from
Davis. ,
-Chicago 1. New York 1. LOB-ChI- Two out when winning run scored story. A
ago 8, New York 10 E-Boyer, Maxvill. DP-San Francisco -
In pursuit of the Packers 28-Santo. Gabrielson Hunt Altman. 1. LOB-St. Louis 7, San Francisco 14. Other Games team to reach the final since .CONO-.CA
will come, according to this Christopher.S-Banks. Cisco Smith. SF-Stewart,. 2B-Skinner. HR-Brock. S8-Mays. S In other games the New York 1903. "Cut Down""Last 99 : McCCY
-Crandall. J. Alou. Davenport Shannon.
observer, Baltimore, .Detroit, .- IP H R ERBBSO SF-Hart. Mets swept a doubleheader year the umpires who from3 ......--
Butt L, i: 1. .. S 1-3 7 2 2 3 2 IP McKinley and Ralston the were calling all those balks --.-
Mihnesota Los An H R ERBBSOadeckl ,
'Chicago, Gregory ......... from the Chicago Cubs 2-1 in 10
0
0 2 0 ......... 7 6 2 1 3 3 BUILDING SUPPLY
Cisco ............ mainstays of the U.S. Davis Cup early in the called Insurance All Includ
geles and San Francisco. I 4 1 1 3 2 Taylor .......... 13 1 0 0 1 0ich'dson innings and 5-4 and Houston season were Gas Oil -
succeeded in iearnarth ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0 ....... 1130 0 0 1 3 team that will defend its title in into the National League of- NO DROP CHARGETO CENTER
Baltimore get- Wakefield .......
1-' 1 0 0 1 0 Schultz. L. 0-2 .... 1 1 1 0 2 0 beat Milwaukee 7-1 in a night II
ting Gino Marchetti, the Hunter. W II." 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Perry ............ 31-31 1 1 3 4 the Challenge Round at Cleveland -fice," Wills said. "At first the JAX AIRPORT NORTH
Gregory faced 3 men In 10th. Herbel .......... game. MAIN
4234 1 1 0 1 OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL
N.F.L.'s best defensive end, T-3.C3. Shaw............ 11.3 2 0 0 0 2 Ortega, who hadn't pitcheda next month, will be trying:: league office had wanted the .
and Billy Ray Smith, a tackle, Second Cam 'Dell WP-Perry. W. &-
to postpone their retirementsfor CHICAGO brhbl NEW YORK abrhbl 28712. brought his record to 6-5 by trophies since Bill Talbert umpires really started calling a

another year. Without them, Stewart 2b 4110 Klaus 3b 5131 CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES keeping the Reds in check. The and Gardner Mulloy did it in, lot of them and they were told
Clemens rf 4 0 2 0 Hunt
2b 4000
the colt defense would have Williams If 4112 Chrpher rf 3000 Rulz 2b abrhbi 4000 Wills ss abrhbl 3000 Dodgers, meanwhile, scored 1946. I to cut down."
been a tragedy. The strong. Santo 3b 4120 Attman If 4221 Keough rf 3000 Trace'kl 3b 4021 their Jim i This annoyed umpires, Wills
only
Gabr'son run against
Ib 3 1 1 2 Hickman cf 4120 Pinson cf 3 0 0 0 W. Davis cf 4 0 0 0 McKinley, of San Antonio
point is 31-year-old John Uni- Cowan Banks ph-lb cf 0000 4010 Smith Kran'pool ss Ib 4 3122 0 0 0 Johnson Robinson Ib If 4 4000 0 lOT.Howard Davis rf It 4000 3000 O'Toole, 13-6, in the second in- Tex., and Ralston, of Bakersfield -I; said because it placed them in Financing Plan for Every NeedtJvi

tas at quarterback.The Schaffer c 3000 Can'zaro C 2021 I Pavletich c 3000 Fairly Ib 0000. ning on a double by Nate Oliver Calif., advanced to the final the impossible position of hav-
Karras an Rodgers ss 4000 Rlbant p 3010 I Cardenas sslolbRoseboroc 3020
29-year-old ,
A'lf itano :2b 0000 Gander ph-c 1001 I 0 Boros 3b 2000 Parker Ib.rf 3 0 0 0 and Dick Tracewski's single. Sunday with a 6-4, 6-2, 2-6,:
All-Pro tackle, adds muscle toDetroit's Ellsworth p 3 0 0 0 O'Toole p 201 Oliver 2b 3120 The Cardinals pulled into a tie :12-10
Elston p 1 0 0 0Tot.ls Coleman ph 1 0 0 Ortega 2000 triumph over fourth-seed-, At
able de. p I
but
aging 34 4 I 4 Totals 33 S 12 1 Totals 20 0 3' Totals ?t 1 4 1 with the Giants on Lou Brock'shomer I ed Frank Froehling of Miami P

fense. To score points, the Chicago .. ...... '". ..... 000 008 JIB-4 Cincinnati ............. ...000 out 000-4' in the eighth but lost it in
..............., and Charles Pasarell of San-1
New York
000 102 101-IE Los Angeles .............. 001 000 MX-I
None. OP the 10th when Jesus Alou scored turce, P.R. j @ >>
-Chicago 1 New York 1 :
E-Non. LOB-Cincinnati 7. Los Angeles !
'Earl C. MayRepresenting LOB-Chicago 5. New York 11 a.2B from third on Dal Maxville's er ,
(271.2B-CI.m.nl Gabrielson Cannlnaro.(3). Altman HR(-i VMIIIams). Klaus -Oliver. SB-Tracewskl 2. S-Ortega.! ror. Their opponents will be Mike PORTABLE
IP H R ER BB SO
(3) S-Smith. Hunt. SF-C.nnluaro. I and Graham i
.. Hit Sangster Stillwell.
Single
O'Toole L. 13-4 .6 5 1 1 1 1
The EquitabU Lif. Ellsworth ........ 6 IP 10 H R 4 ER 4 BBSO 2 2 Tsitouris .....2.. 1 0 e 0 .2 Alou started the inning with a who first completed a quarterfinal -' TYPEWRITERSBest ;
.. Ortega W. &-5 I 0 0 4
Elston ....
Assurance Society U 22 2212 1 1 4
I. Ribant ......... 4 S 3 3 0 1 3 T-2.03 A27,489.Tvo single, moved up on a bunt, match against Clark
FR 2-3576 I Beamarth .......1 3 1 1 1 1 race to third on Tom Haller's Graebner of Beachwood, Ohio
.
..... :
I Jackson 1 0 0 C! 1 i 0
-- -- Hunter. W. 3-1 ... 1 0 0 S 0 0 Young long fly and scored when Max- and Marty Riessen of Evans-

;< 1 faced Ellsworth 3 men faced in 7th.1 man Bearnarth in 7th.faced Rlbanl 2 ville let Harvey Kuenn's grounder ton, Ill., winning 2-6. 22-20, 6-3,'I

; men In 0th.WPEiston.. get away from him. 8-10, 6-4.
OBEY A I T-2:50. A27.OCS.Night Gridders DieBy I
The Mets won the opener in
TRAFFIC i MILWAUKEE ':;hON the 10th after George Altmanled The British duo then defeatedtwo

LAWS brhbl abrhbl THE ASSOCIATED PRESS off with a double and took of their countryman, Tim
.. Menke ss 4010 Kasko ss 5032 Phillips and Ray Weedon, 9-7,4-4
Maya cf 4110 Spangler cf 5010 Two 15-year-old high school t third on a grounder. Ron Hunt
eo Aaron 2b 3000 Games rf 3110 and Joe then 6, 6-2, 6-3.. Selection
Mathews 3b 4 0 1 1 Bond Ib 4121 layers died after suffering Christopher were
: But First Make Torre c 401 Aspro'nte 3b331 1 walked intentionally, setting upa II Best PricesCHESNUT

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Kranepool the
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Totals 31 1 5 1 Totals 37 7 10 i Daniel D Pavey, a freshman I Ohio AP) -, rrU'1V JIII'.II'1'

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E-Oliver. Aaron. Spangler." 021 OCO DP-Mx-7 Milwaukee Friday during the first I in the ninth inning of the night- ,day in the 65th Grand American Inc. ; L

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I 28-Me.ke. Mil.,.. 38-Kasko. HR-As- Court High School in Mets won their seventh in marksmen from all over the 106 W. University Ave.

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! l James Bond in Oriental .7-- Campus ConcertChecklist 01Jte fJ.NlNG. Five Beauties :


f\ jOSTrrHI Get the BootHUNTINGTON



i fJ Setting for New Escapades for FallBy The week-long, W.Va.Miss United(AP)


I States beauty pageant opens to-

I N rUt ijnrk etmra Bond, so to speak, is one of Bond is sent, sub as all rosa, -- f REID POOLE .ed by Willard Brask at the piano night minus five lovelies.

By CHARLES POORE the main ritual lit'ry torments to arrange that reapproachment. Chairman Dept. of MusicUni'ersity :I and by Reid Poole French Pageant officials
..' of our time. Although I can't Arriving in oriental settings we of Florida horn in Schubert's "Auf dem disqualifiedthem
You Only Live Twice. By because do
live
they not in
l remember that he was ever last visited with Fleming when "
I Fifteen, regular concerts are Strom.
Ian Fleming. 240 Pages. New the states _
boiled in a big beaker of salad his jaunty travel book "Thrill- t.y- they represented
'I American scheduled for the fall trimesterin Edward Troupin and Willard
Library. $4.50. Maine Vermont
oil, just about everything else: ing Cities," came out, Bond -- .' the co-ordinated series offer Brask will play the complete New Hampshire

.> The life of Ian Fleming, who has contributed to his partial now plunges into his ustjl Sav ed by the University of Flori- cycle of the ten Beethoven piano Island., Connecticut and Rhode

1 died the other day, was dedi--dismantling in the course of extraordinarily ile Row-suited world of fear- da Lyceum Council and Depart- and violin sonatas on three

t cated to the defense of Britain. frisky duties. ful fracases and counterfracases. '-; )-t_ f -- ment of Music. These includethe Sunday afternoons at 4:00: in the Robert Schaub, the pageant

; The curious instrument of that The scene of "You Only Live '; visiting attractions sponsored Medical Center Auditorium attorney said all five lived in
:
; dedication, special agent James Twice" is mainly Japan. At the I. It's all rich wonderful stuff, 1_ : by the Lyceum Council and September 27, October 4, and Massachusetts. Winner of the

Bond of Her start, Bond is very near the Fleming at his flaming best. the Student Government Department -October 11.Christmas. Miss United States title will be

Majesty's Se- I shade of disgrace within the There is, for example, a sort of Music faculty artists Choral Music selected Friday.

cret Service and echelons of Her Majesty's high of summit meeting in an uncompleted and student performing The annual Christmas Choral
Bookt I sleuthery. The death of a belov- Concert will feature Vittorio Gi-' I
bearer of the Tokyo subway, where organizations. Blast
I ed bride has suffused.him with annini's "Canticle of Christ- concerts are for There will at UN
Poelike designation Bond talks to his top opposite Lyceum OfferingsThe you.

007 'hi hisglittering Review enough guilt to launch a moon number and learns that he won't Lyceum Council will present -mas" on Sunday, December 6,1 be some biref spoken program TOKYO (AP)
rocket Communist-
i containing a ranchtypehouse. Halina Siedzie- at 4 Elwood Keister will notes.
escapades get what he wants unless he : pianist p.m.
The Nelson touch is eluding China charged today that the
will live first slays a ,dragon. I don't niewska a young international -conduct the University Choir,I The records will include electronic United Nations is
him. a tool of the
on for a, long think I need to tell membersof exchange artist from Poland, Choral Union, and Symphony music and also composi- United States "
Well The Establishment and insisted thatit
time to come. He may outlast the Bond Cosa Nostra that on October 6; violinist Salva- Orchestra.The tions for traditional instruments
which as you know, is the current I which show the natural and has no right to discuss the In-.
the Beatles. I the dragon turns out to be tore Accardo, an outstandingyoung University Choir and the dochina
fad problem.
phrase for The Powers
In the latest of the James Bond's old antagonist from the Italian artist on October Men's and Women's Glee Clubs normal historical continuum

< Bond series, "You Only Live i That one Be ,decides chance.to give Bond SPECTRE (special executivefor 28; the Boris Goldovsky production will combine in a choral concert' leading to the present.

Twice." Bond himself is pre- His more 1 counter intelligence terrorism of Puccini's "La Boheme," on November 24, with Guy Webb Student RecitalsTen
mission of
sumed to be dead. A high colleague course, con- revenge and extortion]) on November 3; the Fine Arts and Elwood Keister conducting. student recitals are
cerns the defense of Britain. Or
within the hush-and-I- set. They'll be happy to see His String Quartet on November 11; University OrchestraAs scheduled, usually on Tuesday D.fV'-IN THun,
4 more precisely it is aimed at
: mean-it-hush ministry writes an :Malevolence again. Others and the American Ballet Thea- afternoon at 2:30 in the Music UOd..J-la ''f.:zo.II OJ
-
restoring Britain's previously noted in this
j admiring epitaph. preWorld- should be suitably astounded. tre on December 2. Building Auditorium, beginning NOW! 2 SHOCK HITS!
WarII column Maurice Hinson will
place among the pow Open 7:00 Show 7:30
Those who knew Bond's hairy Solo Recital October 27. It is expected that
ers of the world. And on that I The heroine, of course, is the -- -..- I be piano soloist with the University See 2 Hits Late As 9:05mRRw
behalf Helen Bell Jones coloratura
duties on his country's approximately seventy students
subject above all others Ian I IFleming's fixture before beautiful darl- : Symphony Orchestra
,
as on
we are told, "will allow Contestant soprano, daughter of Dr. and will participate in recitals during -
novels exotic desirable. But the October 20. He will
are endlessly, ing, perform con-
that he performed them with I Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, gets the the term. T
most accomplishment certos St. Saens and Mozart.
bitterly eloquent.The astonishing by
outstanding bravery and distinction Aiming for the title of "Flor- season off to an early start witha I All evening programs begin at|

although occasionally]) pro quo is perhaps clearer Bond presents here is almost ida Cowgirl" is Elaine Gil-I recital in the Medical Center A ant Garde I 8:15: and, for the most part, are I PARTTrEACl

1 tfifoifgh an Impetuous strain in than the quid in this wildly beyond the call of dutyas land 17. She is one of 19 I Auditorium on September 9, at A series of five record con- presented in the University Au-
hazardous adventure. Seems defender of the Realm.
his nature, with a streak of the a girls who qualified before the 8:15. A graduate of Oberlin, certs will be presented in the ditorium. All concerts are free
that the R-s have cooked Having risked death before our m
:, ,foolhardy that brought him in upa deadline Friday for the beau : Miss Jones received a scholar- Music Building Auditorium with the exception of the Lyceum nr A'fI"I"1I II<\.\
that time and again in a }"1'
richly megatonic
gar-
conflict with higher authority. weapon eyes ty contest which begins Sept. i ship from the German Aca- Tuesday afternoons at 2:30: on Council attractions. For IftIIIty.JJ.Ii
hold creation in fee. With den of sulphurous explosions -
.' "But he possessed what almost -can poisons 4. The winner will reign over demic Exchange Service. She September 22 and 29, and on Lyceum events, there is a two

amounted to 'the Nelson Japanese (rather than primarily and all that, he achieves the Ninth Annual Quarter- has spent the last two years, October 6,13, and 20. These con- dollar charge to the public; University -
United ultimate he learns
States please note) the :
f touch.in moments of the high- horse Show here Sept. 5-6. studying at the Musik Hochshulein certs will bring to our ears some of Florida students obtain IJ\i: \ []
help Britain foil the tow use chopsticks to eat an ,
may V. iweniw' :
'est emergency, and he somehow Hamburg. She will return to of the more significant pieces, tickets on their I. D. ---
knavish trick. underdone fried .
.;1 contrived to escape more egg.r5 Hamburg to resume her studies both famous and infamous, of cards. ao'2_: .,.. CDRPSE

or less. unscathed. ." P EncephalitisWar shortly after her September 9th recent years compositionswhich ..

f More or less unscathed, forI concert here. and composers who, are THC1RfIRSTFULRENGTNMOTIONpICTUR[ 3RD ADULT HIT 10:30
IN__
COLOR!
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I I sooth! Why, the millions of Faculty ConcertsThe always conversation pieces, but I eMcHIILE" '- GINA LOLLOBRIDGIDA

,' 'Bondsmen and Bondswomen MappedIn Florida String Quartet; who need to be heard more if o NAW"' "FAST & SEXY"

} who through books and movies Edward Troupin and loa Claire we> are to converse intelligently -I ERNEST BORGNINE.SBQ1"35 -STARTS FRIDAY-

about Bond have accompaniedhim Forbes, violins; Robert Schieber -. about them. Composers to be "ISLANDOFTHE

wherever women are fair Houston viola; and Marie Henderson -,features include Pierre Boulez, BLUE DOLPHINS"

and deeds are foul, will happily cello, will present works by Sarlheinz Stockhausen, Valadi- .

: tell you that's absolute non- HOUSTON Tex. (AP) The Haydn Brahms, and Webern, on :mir Ussachevsky, Mel Powell,

.' sense. Quasi fiddlesticks any- battle in Houston against encephalitis October 13.Soprano 'Milton Babbitt Bulent Are, -r TODAY AT 1:00

way. and its carrier-the Sarah Traverse Turner -I Oskar Sala, Mario Davidovsky, 3:44. 6:28, 9:12

'1 Indeed, the scathing of James mosquito was being waged on will present a concert No- :and several others. If these I, SORRY. NO PASSES

; NOTICE TO CREDITORS ?v four fronts today as the numberof vember 17. She will be assist- ]names are too unfamiliar, theseShe's I.. [24 METRO.GOLOWYN."AYER and CINERAMA present
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY -.r
JURGE. ALACHUA COUNTY suspected cases continued to !
FLORIDA STATUTES tGREATSTARSI BowWASWON
clin b. "" ,
IN PROBATE '
j IN RE: ESTATE OF Learning Cop's Job I D : TORSI,
NORMAN DE VAUX, On the clinical front, at Ben THEWEST

Deceased. Taub Hospital, nine new ..
To All Creditors and Persons Having patients
Claims You and or Demands each of you Against are Said hereby Estate notified -: were admitted as possibly In Class With 300 Menclass. 0 J.

and required to present any claims having encephalitis or sleeping ,:..;
and demands which you. or either of p.in:'
you. may have against the estate of sickness. Confirmation was impossible By THOMAS J. MOORE This time Miss Rakocinski KETROCOLOiP

I County Norman to de the Vaux.County deceased.Judge late of Alachua of said pending completion of was the only girl candidateand

County. Florida at his office In the A- laboratory tests. CHICAGO (AP) Coeds who it was judged impractical to

court ville. Florida.house of within said six County calendar at Gaines-months are wont to calculate the male- set up a special class for her. R. C. FUN SHOW J. C. PENNEY
from the time of the first publication .- Dr. C. A. Pigford, city health f "BACK TO SCHOOL"THURS. I
of this notice. Each claim or demandshall officer, who is coordinating the to-female ratio might envy Vir- Despite the ratio, she hasn'tbeen 10 A.M. SHOW SATURDAY
shall state the
be In writing. and dating. _
situation 300
place of residence and post o'Hce ad- '- all-out war against the disease, ginia Rakocinski's :
dress of the claimant and shall be swornto "I'm here to she said
by the claimant. his agent his attorney said that as of Sunday night 120 to 1 and she's the one. study, ,
and any such claim or demand "besides don't forget many of
not so filed shall be void. --- .-- : cases had been reported in the But the subjects she studiesare the men are married." SUBURBIA DRIVE-IN
Myrtle de Vaux Reynolds Houston area.
As Testament executrix of of the Last Will and ., a far cry from the usual Miss Rakocinski, a shapely 5footS -j fHEATRESHOWTIMs

NORMAN DE VAUX. deceased Of this number only four coed fare jujitsu narcotics, 120-pounder, said she decided -

(First')publication I:J4. 31; t:August 7, 14 24. 1964JS4 A- : cases had been confirmed by criminal law and pistol shoot- to become a policewoman 7:30

OF CHURCH MEMBERSHIP -. laboratory tests. Blood specimens ing. "because I wanted to do some-
NOTICE ........ itis unlikely that you will experience in a I lifetime all thatJOUrHE.UVINEprt
MEETING ___.. .. ... 'c.. ...&-&" -. taken from approximately thing very different and chal- will in.
Notice Is hereby given that all members --' "' ''''''''''W'IO< '" = "
and all of former the Campville members Baptist of the Church Church Seeks3rdCi'ownGainesville's 23 cases were in various stagesof Evanston, is enrolled in the lenging. I nts 18 E.CAn PHBAG[ GEnSENTUTA'NMfNTr I IIIM

which of March.were 1956 members are hereby on the requested 23rd day to laboratory analysis. Chicago police training divi She already has met one challenge ,

attend a special meeting of the Church Janis Lynn Biewend will be seekingher Pigford said that in the last sion's 13-week course with 300 : she topped 42 applicantsto I

Mr.membership J. T. Carlton to be Jr.held on at the the 10 home day of of third beauty crown of the summer when she enters five weeks two deaths had been men. win a policewoman's job on aP ptnmt'nCHNlaJlor[ MWT

September.The purpose WM of at this 7:30 meeting o'clock Is p.m.to elect I, the. Florida Crown Council of Chambers of confirmed as due to encephalitisand the Skokie police department. -2nd Feature-

a board of trustees of the Church in order I Commerce beauty contest in Jacksonville Beach 14 other deaths were under The attractive brunette is the Skokie is a suburb served by the;

owned that by the the Church proposed at Campville sale of FlorIda land-' August 29. The 17-year-old Gainesville High School investigation.On first woman to go through the Chicago police training school. I

decision, may be can accomplished be made as and to the so thata use senior will be sponsored by the Gainesville Chamberof the epidemic front, Pig- course with men. A graduate of Mundelein College DAN DURYEAPATRICIA

Of the MRS.proceeds FLORA*f SHEROUSEMRS. the proposed sale. Commerce. Janis was chosen fairest in Newberry's ford said members of his staff Female trainees usually at- in Chicago with a degreein I 1

BLANCHE LONG Watermelon Festival and also ruled as Queen of the and specialists from the U.S. tend the school in a separate chemistry, Miss Rakocinski I I

(MM)Campville 117. 24. 31 Baptist; t:7 Church High Springs Tobacco Festival. Public Health Service's Communicable quit a job in the radioactive research OWENS

NOTICE INTENTION TO REGISTER Disease Center at. department of a Skokie I'' .

FICTITIOUS NAME Atlanta, Ga., were working with I pharmaceutical firm. I ,
NOTICE Is hereby given that George .
J. Montgomery and Taylor C. Jordan. to pinpoint where reported Berlin -- .
as the sole owners. doing business under in the News maps Pledge a
the Shoppe fictitious of Micanopy.name ot Florida.Stuckey's whose Pecan People cases have ,occurred and expanding -

address, Is Post Office Box 263. Gaines the system of obtaining BERLIN (AP) The new

ville.fictitious Florida.name intend with the to Clerk register of Florl-said the CANBERRA Australia (AP) the John F. Kennedy Memorial reports of suspected cases from J.S. commandant in Berlin : TIME IS MONEY. ;
Circuit Court of Alachua County.
da. In accordance with the Laws of the William Cullen Battle, U.S.I Library fund.Kennedy private hospitals.On Maj. Gen. John F. Franklin ar-j .
State of Florida. the entomological front, rived today and pledged
DATED this 14th day of August A.D.. ambassadorto Australia, leaves thanked the 30,045
11... Dr. William D. Sudia and three Americans will "continue to V
(s) George J. Montgomery for the United States next Mon- fans who attended and said:
(Seal) day. He told reporters he is others from the Atlanta center meet aggression with courage, If You Have A Room :
(I) Taylor C. Jordan "One game he really loved erected mosquito traps in varioUs and firmness." i Apartment
(Seal) returning because the White -.
was football. He loved going to
L-J55t sectors of the city and sent !
(_\7. 24-311 *7. *.4 House wants him for "some significant games of any sport, but footballwas samples of mosquitoes to Atlanta Franklin takes over on Aug. Or House to Rent ..

'TOr JAMES R. PIERCE i: job" in the presidentialcampaign. .especially closest to his 31 from Maj. Gen. James H.I
I determine which type carries REMEMBER-A rental COSTS :
... ADDRESS. UNKNOWN 'oik promoted to command of i I vacancy
Yea are'-flereby notified that suit for I heart. He would be especially the disease. ,
rftvoree' hat been filed against you by Battle said today he probablywill the U.S. 5th Corps in West Ger-!
pleased to see here.
MARY'H. PIERCE In the Circuit Court you On the mosquito front Jim i :
II YOU MORE than the ad that will rent.
et Alachua County. In Chancery and you handle a regional assign- many.
Henry of the Houston civil defense -
a>* required to serve a copy ef your"answer
pleading i to said Complaint ment In President Johnson's .. Ii ,
or office said were .se.'e .
crews
,
L. '. it! -
*n the Plaintiff's attorney S. ,
.
*"SCRUGGS. P. 0. Box $7. Gainesville compaign similar to the work SALT LAKE CITY Utah working throughout the city to .. ... ............. I ,
Florida. and file the original In the of- .a f ;
Iflci.Of the.Clerk of the Circuit Court. I he did in the 1960 race for the (AP) David 0. McKay, 90, complete the first phase of the 9 : AfJ, I !'

:.1J'tIL OlIftesYllit.daiL.IIL. EJorlds.September.on cr A.,before O.. MM the: late President John F. Kennedy. president of the Church of Jesus spraying plan' by tonight. rriu U Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU

..tbuwlH. the..negations of said Conv Christ of Latter-day Saints is : He said rains over the week- I. ..". .._. ,.,.
is'rented
_plaint will be taken as confessed by I EVERY DAY until it :
reported resting' comfortably in 'end had slowed the work on ..- II
.
you.DATED this 14th'day of August. A.D.. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Vana . .. I
W44. Latter-day Saints Hospital at spraying mosquito breeding I 6-6472 : LOSS PER DAY IS
J. B. CARMICHAELClerk Heflin 22, daughter of actor 214 NW 13th FR IF RENT IS: YOUR :
of the Circuit Court, Salt Lake City. spots. ALSO IN OCALA i -
Alachua County.. Florida Van Heflin, is honeymooning to- $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day
(COURT BY SEAL EMILY) WATERHOUSE day with Dennis O'Brien, a Officials of the hospital said -

LSMO Deputy Clerk graduate student architectureat McKay is showing "definite im 550 per mo . $L66perdoy ; '. '
117. 24. 31 & ,.7 the University of Californiaat provement" in his struggle to RENTATVTECH ",
\,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Berkeley. overcome effects of coronary $55 per mo . $1.83perday. -
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE .
STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR They were married Sunday at thrombosis suffered last week. TELEVISION

ALACHUA IN CHANCERY COUNTY the Heflin home.PHILADELPHIA. McKay is the spiritual leaderof I 122H.W. 16th Avc. $60 p** mo. .'. $2.00 per day '. "'
CHARLES R. FISCHER. ii Trustee. Of more than two million Mor- .
Equitable Enterprises. Inc. T

.v -Plaintiff (AP) mons. $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day'C


REBECCA Defendant WELCH.No. 11103 single Football the heart was of the the game late closestto President Cardinal Visits $70 per mo . $2.33 per day '
NOTICE Of SUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA: John F. Kennedy says his !

TO: REBECCA unknown.WELCH, whose residenceIs brother, Atty. Gen. Robert F. MEXICO CITY (AP-Eugene MONEYJust : I II $75 per mo. . ." $2.50 per day

answer You art to _hereby written required defenses.to If file any.your in Kennedy.The Cardinal Tisserant, 80yearolddean *

the above proceeding with the Clerk of attorney general spoke of the Sacred College of ,*. ; ', $80 per mo . $2.66 per day, I _
this Court and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiffs attorney whose name during halftime Sunday at a Cardinals begins a 10-day jour I 'Y

and address the 21st appears day of hereon.on September or J'before M. professional football exhibitionin ney today to Mexico's provinces. i you tell need us to how pay much old I i c'You ...ntlll 2& Cask Yea I 241 ; : ,- *! : $35 per mo . $2.83 per da* t .: r -
j
Moathiy I .
the suit for nature foreclosure of this of proceeding mortgage being held by a I Philadelphia for the benefit of I t bills, for home improvements fleu.ve '.,_nts fleceove ,.,_nt, 'i :. ,'-'; f :

Plaintiff upon the following described! car repairs $90 $3.00 -
I II -- -. $18500 $1100 $428.00 $25.00 per mo per day '
premises in .Alachua County Florida to-1 I for all your
'I
wit I : seasonal 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
Commence at the Southwest corner of I expenses.
Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter Phone for prompt, 338.00 20.00 600.00 3-4.39 $95 per mo . $3.16 per day -
I :
(NE U of NE '4) of Section 33. gte l h.pOH courteous service. I -
Township 7 South. Range 17 East. C9ktriage "JIIIUts Mdude uterest aid pnacipal. I -
thence East SOC feet, thence North W II
feet thence West 20* feet thence LOANS UP TO $600 $100 per mo. .. $3.33 per day
south 427 feet to beginning; the decreeing '
of the salt of Slid premises .
end for other. further and general' re DINING I Ill
lief. CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR
DONE AND ORDERED at Gaines- FAMILY
ville. Alachua County. State of Florida. \ "
this 13th day of August 1t<<. I DANCING
J. B. CARMICHAELClerk : : ; I

IY EMILY Circuit WATERHOUSE Court FINANCE SERVICE, INC. SUN RENTAL WANT ADSv :
Deputy Clerk University Inn COCKTAILS of Gainesville '
(COURT SEAL) I ,

Allen.Solicitor Dell for Frank Plaintiff I Trlnkt '- f..,.. -""oro: .'\,... ., t..T, ..,-,r t.Y', ttuJU.! 204 S. E. First Street .,. . .FR 6-4661 :
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.ftIj BE CAREFUL OF7HAT WHAT I NEED I 15 A weRe 6dw4vteeA.ACEA !

DEAR ABBY rn "fUlOAND I'LLr TURK N THE srA. aAy PERMANENT CUSTODIAN FEW a THE+ FlOORESGENTLl6HT5 J

TAt 7U70.. i -q IN "THE U6RAA't ,

) IE ,What's your problem? For a general ilIt

-, a Not Logical z!' reply, writ to Abby, Box 3365 Zi4 l I1 I1YES [It ItJ J

Bcverlr Hills Calif.. 90212. and < I V CfsJ

include a telf-addrested tamped enA.bigail -
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DEAR ABBY: A friend of mine and I were looking over DEAR GLAD: I don't know how long you and your husband [f Q costume AH IS A CLEA4curand would OHtJNOSUH!!
f bail,yew peasant/ AMERICAN BOV/TAH you"druthtr' AH
some magazines in a drug store. I am 14 and so is he. Whenwe slept on the floor, but if you were offered a bed and turnedit 7H15 ?.'-YMUTKWDA Now,looK for a little DRUTHER ASSOC1 ATE hear"thc ANY DRUTHERTSJ DEVILS{ THAN
found two we wanted, we put our money down. The own- down, it's nothing to brag about I agree, young marrieds BALI:Ki THEY green she-devil// WIFAANGEL''' Beastias, THTMEM.it's .'/

er looked at the magazines and then he gave us a big lectureon shouldn't go Into debt in order to have everything immediately. aALL.THEWAVTO n. FLAVIN A HOTEL? -_.._ agaln
how unsuitable the magazines were for decent people. He EASE7-FOOT?
But to refuse furniture because it is "old" is snobbish and
said they were nothing but trash and he wouldn't want any zM
Some "odd pieces" and castoff "junk" have l
imparctical.
of his them. He made feel didn'tbuy
son reading us so cheap we
been transformed into handsome and useful furniture with a < 0 II
them. We want to ask you, Abby, If those magazineswere (
bit of sandpaper, paint and ingenuity. 4LkIdI
nothing but "trash" and "unsuitable for decent people,

what were they doing in his store in the first place? h

GOOD QUESTION DEAR ABBY: I laughed to myself when I read about the

DEAR GOOD: The question Is better than "good." If* ex- bride who said she would rather buy one "good" piece of fur-

cellent. Why don't you go. back and ask. him? niture, as they could afford it, than to set up housekeepingwith

a lot of "junk" from her relatives' attics. When my hus- 71, .. 1Ct
DEAR ABBY: I was surprised at your answer disagreeing band and I were married five years ago, we furnished our

with the young couple "WILLING TO WAIT," who pre- home with discards from our relatives' attics, but I'm gladwe NOW

ferred buying their furniture as they could afford it, insteadof did. Now we have three healthy, lively youngsters, all == MAWCOME OUT PAW J = CHUNK IT!! 1 1I

using a lot of cast-off junk from their relatives' attics. under four years of age. We don't have to worry about any E-c AN'HELP ME GITACROSTTH'FOOTLOS :I

They should have been commended for their attitude in this of them getting jelly on our $500 living room sofa becausewe ....c ;

day when young couples buy everything on credit. don't have one. Sign me-

When my husband and I were married, we moved into an "LUCKY" enen i !

empty apartment with two suitcases. We slept on the floor t
until we could afford a bed. When so-called well-meaning ><+ I ( ,. jf
Is better to be
CONFIDENTIAL TO UNMARRIED AT 27: It ,
relatives offered us odd pieces of old furniture, we politely
single and lonely than married and miserable. Furthermore, 0 J
refused. We enjoy our love nest all the more because we builtit _
stick by stick together. Yours truly, when him.a man tells you that you're better off without him, believe J t L :- j j4 jJ

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Monday Evening 11:30 O O Tonight O Pete and Gladys Q

5:00 O Best of Groucho in domes TUESDAY 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When

O Adventures in airs. Morning and Afternoon O Love of Life

Paradise 6:10 D Continental Class- 12:25 O News

D News-Huntley- room 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or --i..1 il_' iiI i: ''i. I
GIVE ME GAS FT'LLBEMUCII > NOW U E DOWN AND LET OKAY...
Brinkley O D for American Goyernment ConsequencesO OR ETHER... WISER TO USE A DR.MORGAN TAKE CARE OF BUT YOU HOLD '
5:25 Q Moments In Sports "The Emergence of the Search for Tomorrow Z CALLED TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM AT PUT ME TO SLEEP LOCALANE5THETIC. THIS,MR.SANTELL/YOU'VE MY HAP D/
Coverage Welfare State." 12:45 O Guiding Light CITY HOSPITALTOTREAT DON SANTELL 7 ...BUT NO MR.5ANTELL/THE ALWAYS BEEN MY FAVORITE
5:30 O Newscopeo A NATIONALLY KNOWN SINGER, NEEDLE LACERATION WILL SINGER! AND I'D BE COMPlETElY
News ( ) 6:15 O ScopeO 12:55 Q CD News S REX MORGAN IS READY TO SUTURE REQUIRE ONLY DISILLUSIONED IF I THOUGHT I .
D News \' in Paradise Humanities C-52 1:00 Q News, WeatherO A LACERATION OF THE FACE WHEN THREE OR FOUR, YOU WERE AFRAID OF A

5:55: 0 (Color) Local college crowd has 6:30 O Religions of Man Midday PS THE PATIENT REBELSMR. / LOOK,tOCNEEDLE... I _.y, SUTURES/ ,3[' LITTLE NEEDLE I ,

6:00 O News, Weather, over the Tiki for a 6:40 O (Color) Living Words CD (Color) TV Bingo o 'NON ._ j n
Sports trip and young 6:45 O Pastor's Study 1:15 CD Focus 2 = Hy
Ted Costain CD Hi, Neighbor 11
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Convention a swinging time. 6:50 O Farm and Home /
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(Special) Sen. John : Gardner McKay. 7:00 O O Today Deal iJ ; ( I yT'
Pastore of Rhode Willoughby: Mar- From Conveniton Hall O As the World Turns

temporary chairman ac-O'Brien,; O Local News, Weather 1:55 Q CD News

the Democratic Performance 7:05 O Ranger Hal 2:00 Q CD Loretta Young ,s. '

Convention, calls the stars in "The 7:50 O Local News, Weather O Password 1 :

session to order in Man in the 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 2:30 Q CD DoctorsO
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He will preside mechanic is idolized O Bachelor Father 3:00 O CD Another World YOU GET THE 't SHE I WAS GOING
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the keynote address. D News, Weather, O Jack La Lanne '3:30 Q CD (Color) You Don'!t ;$ rw '

speaking tonight: John 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy Say 4lII
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:;:::" '_ -- M EN ROUTE TO AIL AT ONCE,BABY 8LR-LEE! THI5fc TO 8E SEEN, if I YOU HOW CRAZY 1AM ABOUT YOU/ _
SMILE! With Art Buchwald H CAPITOL CITY I DECIDED THE TIME HAS JUST A COUNTRY PATTY! j V HONEY.- NOW I'M GOING TO rSU
IEEHA5SUDDENLY COMETOTKyA5HORTCUTi LANE YOU CANT if V 51 IOW YOU! TT-F .
BET ANYWHERE Ft 1
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:: WASHINGTON Not long !bought a trampoline diving people over to the Averell Har- '!it was to get people to use our -
And rimans which is much farther swimming pool, we might nev-
ago we wrote about building a board at great expense. I 1
: swimming pool. We thought all :yet, when the weekend comes,, away.If 'er have built it. Maybe we'll X-\\Y
had known how difficult it to the USO. --- .-
.; our problems would be over we still have trouble getting we open

once it was built, but we were guests. Most of them, we discover DOOCLYbUR > DI! ? I SAY ATLANTIC? NoW PEOPLED ...AS THE OTHSR DESPERATELY To REACH
: wrong. One of the things we are going over to the NOTES SAID- -6EE.'lMk5HTHAVE! WHO SAW THIS ON THE COMMUNICATION C NT e..POCDL.Y WALKS
had been warned about was Brinkleys or the Bobby Ken- Cara Williams' New Show S- SHAkY BLOPP THE PLOTTERS MEANT THE PACIFIC CLOSEDCIRCUITPAVIUON..I OUT OF THE HELIPORT IN TEAKS... *P& LOOK VP
:
O HAS CRAVVN MY WOt'U MEET PCNT TV WILL BE AT A PASSING CAR-AND- ,
: that as soon as we had a pool nedys or to the White House BOSS.! HE'S NOT AT THE ATLANTIC REMEMBER THINGS CHASING MY Il
: we would be terribly bothered for a swim. THE FUGITIVE PAVILION AT $0 YVEU... BOSS ALL OVER THATfc HIM' THE MAN OFF
by people who wanted to use You only have to build a poolto ] Gets TV's Best Time Spot z KILLER TEN O'CLOCK r's+ THE FAIR! SALT-RISING WHO SAID

: it. This, unfortunately, has turn know who your real friends J ; BREAD'
be untrue. J. He By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP I shows the jokes will be built Ip s sI
ed out to .are. Take the Phil Geyelins. I r YL
Television-Radio Writer around a company rule that forbids r' 1
have had hard time works for the Wall Street Jour- 1 '
We a
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Most I the employment of a married WElEDA9 !
nal and lives around the cornel
to come over to
getting: people recent recruit to the growing couple. L Ihtln t
From We could always counton fa
see it, much less use it. The us.
. only real enjoyment in owning the Geyelins coming over to "feminine mystique"redhead army Cara is a I Cara herself is a good exam _-_ .
and had tiny dynamic !pie of a woman with outside interests 'df
a pool is showing it off to less the house we a wonderful Williams. She has worked mostof -
fortunate people than yourself.To warm relationship.Then During the two years of
her life, and now proclaimsthat
make it pay off you haveto behind our back, with- all women should have I hunting for a comedy format,

have guests who admire it, I out any warning, they decidedto some sort of extrahouseholdjob. she took care of her'children,
ogle it, and tell you how luc build their own pooL They Cathy, a teen-ager, and John
Barrymore III, off-spring of he; THERE, BEETLE' U1NEu!! THAT ONE BEETLE AROUND A 1
are. It's not fun to sit tried to pretend they built it for SARGE.F
ky
you This not be a I/ElP.
may or may two marriages, both of whici NOW yOU CAN WAS CLOSE! HERE 15 ENOU6H/ ) \
by your pool alone or even to their children, but we knew it brave stand on a controversialissue. ended in divorce.A -< I'M CAUSUT If\l1'14e 6ETVUUSSELFOUT
use it for a swim if no one was,done out of spite. To add The fact in Miss Wil- Ia I DUPLICATING MACHINEM : % \
knows you have it in the backof insult to injury they invited us liams' case is that she is the green-eyed red head whose I

your bouse. aver to their place for a swim. star of a new CBS comedy se- hair has been fortified a bit for 1i t
rir 1Mf
The trouble in Washington is You can imagine what we ries. By the long arm of coinci- camera purposes, Cara was i c CK. :?. 6 r i 111\1

that so many people have pools 'told[ them. And if that wasn't dence, she plays a workingwife. brought to Hollywood from hei

now that you're vying for each I enough, we've heard through native Brooklyn when a child .. 9

other's guests. Before we had :the: grapevine that they invited The word "star" is used very because her star-struck mother ,c:4\

our pool we were on very good several people that we had intended loosely in television to designate wanted to put her in pictures ,

terms with the David Brinkleys. I: to invite for this week- performers ranging from Her name, Bernice Kamiat, w. ,r Y a 4 r+ 'a
.x 4tYHO
They had a pool and it didn't I end.: Between them and the featured players to one-shot was changed and young Car

take much to get us to come i Brinkleys, we have hardly any guest performers. Real star- moved on to roles in films. Although

over to their house. But since I guest list left. dom comes when a series is I she loves comedy bes t

we built our pool we keep turn This kind of thing has been named after the principal player. -;and is good at it, she won an

ing down their invitations to I going on all summer. As soon "The Cara Williams Show"is Academy Award nomination si x 1HAT' 'J06H1;1 HOf.lE'., -3 HO5PTTAL/.TIL DID IT' NO. drru CANDID
come over and now they're CBS' reward to the comedi- years ago for a serious part ii ;oKl5TERS CM THE N V-:1 BEEN BCATEN TO A PULP!/ GET A IX .TOR!STAY HE SAY4' BET WE'RE GONNA
:is get a guest lined .
you up HE'S CALLING PROMFRANKIE'S .. ,
to It's true enne which comes on only her "The Defiant Ones'The WE soup K M v*_ f WITH HIM UNTIL FIND OITT: I
hardly speaking us.
.
someone else steals him from W APAKTMEWT.. It. HOSPITAL! GET; OVER THE EiT' / (
they had their pool first but we ; ou. second regular TV role. I new series is being giver SAYS T5 UWOKTANT.'h ,
.
can't afford to leave our pool The first still very much in every chance for success: CBS f!
Another thing that has spoiled
evidence in re runs was opened a for it
even for an afternoon, when up spot or: :1
..
I Iwe've things for us is that Washington 1' dr
"Pete and which de-
got so much invested in Gladys, Wednesday night, preceded b>
it. I has been unusually cool and spite a slow start lasted a cou- two of the most popular show ii

In I many people who might ordinarily ple of seasons. In that one, Cara on the air, "Beverly Hillbillies" H a .J 1 1s < ., C

order to attract guests, we I be interested in coming fort played, with style and gusto I and "The Dick Van Dyt! -....,
in outdoor ...
bar
put have
an }
t swim say they'd rather takei reminiscent of Lucille Ball, ,a Show," and followed by "Th ;
guaranteed lunch and dinner 0
and I i drive in the country. misadventure prone housewife. Danny Kaye Show." It is th l
we present each '
: with person We've even offered to take This time, however, she will best programming break of ar \\
an autographed of
book copy I he Brinkley overflow, but be a file clerk who is the secret 'new show on all three r.etworl r l' \
our when they leave. I hey're so mad at us that when bride of an efficiency expert. and a heavy responsibility fc es \

Ax an added attraction we j heir pool fills up they send the, For at least the first dozen the newcomer. .

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I mechanics need apply. Apply In .
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writing. Marion Heating & Roof-
YOU'REOFF 372-8441 ing Co, Inc., P. O. Box 1621 .. : : :.
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I. gentleman whose duties will be '- .:Jc ... 13.Unit of Nourished 5 iiis i 5I P

( I to fill definite appointments, made. ;'-, vdght Possessive Fi T I o %(IR A
j by licensed representatives to explain f:: 14. Business -
Tuts thro Frt. I'apera-S pjn. Day before publicationFor these/ services. pronoun R 7 1o ti

=: ads to go In Sun. I'.Der-12:00 ajn.' Sat. YOU must be a permanent resident : getter 38. Sp.hero 1 j: I
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IS make evening appointments.We t\
(Minimum ad 4 lines) E are Interested only in I man party of either !

1 who Is accustomed to making 16.Toward 40. Brother (Solution To Sunday's Panic)

I AMILY RATES | SI 00 to S1S9 per week. 17.Above the 41.One indefinitely-
WRITE District Manager. P. O.
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your own home. Cadillac boat poplar 49. Slanders shelter 19. Fine Tret

Same IS 2 line & summer cabin; and are willing Attention 51. Roman 5. Fury State abbr.

I 8 Pt. ordinary type | to these put good out so things yau can in life enJoy 25. Legume / magistrate 6. Fruit punch 20. Forded

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I be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of Jd 4T 42. Afflict
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.. 2. A market .
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4 Personalized Services 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDCURB WE NEED YOUI special handling. Send to Needlecraft Laura
Wheeler Gainesville Sun : AI' ?4ewsSe.teiea 6/24'
I Par time 24 mill.!
Dept. P. O. Box 161, Old
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KUT 'N tCURL BEAUTY SALOON WAITRESSES day and 13-Help Male or Female Chelsea Station. New York 11, N.Y. ,
Beauty on a BudgetAll night shift top wages. Apply: PATTERN NUMBER
; YourFamily work guaranteed in person. Jerry's Restaurant WANTED Retired with Print plainly ADDRESS and ZONE.
couple
THAT Perm. IS up Sham-set $1.50 up 2310 S. W. 13th St. trailer NAME
14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727724 house to be caretakers of

: Open nights by appt. BEAUTY i'/i days Ck'OPERATOR week. Group wanted.insurance 40 Can acres turn of out land.to be No permanent hard labor.position more NEW fashions FOR 19651 to knit 200 crochet designs than- 32 Mobil. Homes For Sole 32 Mobile Homes For Sole 34 Waterfront Property

pay. Please phone I with growing business. Plus 3 FREE patterns
, 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 12-1581.. Write Box 444A Gainesville Sun. ,lever embroidery. dolls' clothes. Send 25 FOR KENT or sale 1962 New Cedar Key Shoresfine
Catalog. Moon trailer 10 x 55. will take WYATT-
PEOPLE interested In Senator AVON CALLING PLACEMENT SERVICE ,cents for new Needlecraft smaller trailer for equity and homesites from $2250

Goidwaters campaign please OFFICE. PROFESSIONAL VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT take up payments. Phone FR non-waterfront from $1510
'. call and leave number at FR .. Increased Foil business necessitates TECHNICAL PATTERNS In deluxe. new Quilt
6690. Paid Political Adv. placing 3 women. COLLEGE GRADUATESFor Book. For beginners. experts. Send 21313.FEDERAL Trailer SalesHome Marina LocationsINVEST
app?. call 372-6377 QUALITYHOMES
BETTER Vacations THANK YOU for making the immediately. Real opportunity I 10 12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. SOc now I of
f 1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe for those who qualify. : Monday thru Friday INC. Pacemaker Mobil. Homes : facilities needed here
Livestock & Supplies 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR
success it was. Gainesville Good PERSONELL CENTER 28 Shasta and Airstream
for
mothers
opportunity 25113 Walt Johnson Mar. Motel Locations
Junior Woman's Club HomeBuilderS 102 NW 2nd Avenue Travel TrailersOcalVs
Assoc. of Gainesville of ,school age children WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE I First Mobile Home
servicing Avon Cosmetic dairyman to show us a better CONNOLLYMobile Dealer Since 1948 I INVEST: accommodations

8 Baby Sitters. Child Care Customers. Write Avon, LOOKING FOR SECURE JOB? dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 1723 Sliver Springs. Blvd. needed
Phone 629 135SOtaia.
16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- bedroom mobile homes. Many
P. 0. Box 448
I keep infants and children in my Gainesville Train for U.S. Civil Service tests. Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN floor plans. 7 year financing. Fla DAVID ANDREWS-
IN home. 10. or call FR 2-0421. See our ad under Instruction per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- Drive out today. 3 miles Southof

CAR! Call FR 2-5169 classification. Lincoln Service. chua. Phone F* 2-1095 or 461- Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. i 33 LOTS FOR SALE REAL ESTATECEDAR
I 12 Mole Help Wanted Established 19A8. 2105. 374-0571
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE 1 acre. N.W. KEY 3841 or 3831
4 : FOR SALE SHETLAND Ponies. Lowest prices, easiest terms. larg-
lets S.W.
2
Day wk.. or mOo Old NewberryRd. >ishwaiher, paid $45weekhi- 14-Sales Help Wanted colts. mares riding ponies. saddles est display In central Florida. 7V acre acre Ranchettes S.W. restricted :JUST: over one acre heavily wooded -
Planned programs. Pick upat mediate opportunity. Apply Primrose and bridles. Phone GR 5- We trade for anything. Free delivery homesites Lake Ann. 20 miles from
Llttlewood and Terwilllger Inn Kitchen. 214 W. Univ. EXPERIENCED. high calibre real 5118. up to 100 miles.FRAILER Gainesville. (0 front feet on clear
schools. Call FR 2-6667. Ave. estate salesman for busy local of. MART MARY MOELLER lake. S3500 with $1500 down and

DISHWASHER. good hours. good fice. All replies confldentiaL 30 PETS & SUPPLIESFREE Hwy. 17 Open 1 to < 101* W. University FR 64471 SSO per month or S3.000 cash.
TINY TOT pay. Apply Wonderhouse Restau- Box No. 465 A. Gainesville Sun East Palatka Phone 328-1050 FR 6-3211. Ext. 5568. Fred Bry.
___ LOTS for sale In Beautiful Idylwild
weeks
A 5 to 4 ant.
rant. 14 SW 1st behind Sears. LICENSED Real Estate salesman KITTENSI between Gainesville and the new -
PLAY SCHOOLVisit : 4 to 5 months old.
kittens
old.
IN GRILL man experienced. Top sal S100 a week drawing account. and fluffy. Grown cats. BUTTSMobile golf and country club. Large restricted WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
us and see for yourself. ary. Apply Wonderhouse Restau- Large volume builder developing cute 3572. lots. Certified public water Reg Broker, totalizing In
372
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7806. __ rant. 14 SW 1st St. Behind Sears. 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. Phone system. Outside ctiy limits. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
COMPETENT mother will care Reply to Box 474.A c-o Gainesville Tri color Collies with papers. 3 1750. to $2800.Clyde AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.
ROUTE salesman for soft drink Sun. S3S to SSO. Can
males.
Realtor
i females. 2 Seckinger. GR 5-2981.
for children I reasonable In her
company. Must be bondable. age be seen at 3023 N.E. 12th St Owner & developerPh.
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone
25-38. Phone FR 2-8511 to 5 FR 6-5038 $12 WATERFRONT FOOT1"
I FR 44401.WOULD weekdays. 18 Schools & Institutions PEKINGESE. Pek a poo and
133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe
like playmate for my lit. black miniature Poodles. $35 to Serenola Estates Lovely residential river, with Vt mile Rd. frontage.
NEW tie girl days. Age 2 to 5. Playequipment. ATTENTION SHORTHAND ENGLISH SSO with papers. Effie Lindsey. HomesINC. lots near new school. priced from less than 3 ml to High Springs
CIVIL HO 32462or S3500. Call Smith. Realtor
Phone FR 2-7471 see SERVICE TRAINING Trenton, Fla. Phone Gladys About 80 acres cleared fram
at 2221 N. W. S5th Terr ASSISTANT I Secretarial Courses Classes now HO 3-2313. I 1228 W. University 372-5373 I house shed and storage room
forming. Howell's Business Col.
NORTH AKC. Reg. German Shepherd PUPS. ACRE lots for sole. spring. Ideal Club or Camp site.
lege. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR NEW
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23086.
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED MANAGERSLoan stock. Call FR
good
3507. Very RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor
__ : >, 10 & 12' WIDES Phone 372-4416
manager needed for Central SIAMESE kittens and stud service also 11 W. Unlv. Ave. Ph. 376-13J
HOUSEWIVES Florida office. Small office. good HIGH SCHOOLat registered. lilac blue and 4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale.
Kids In school soon? Going to have salary good future. Send resumeto home. free booklet American chocolate point $25 up. Williston CAMPERSWe Terms can be arranged. J. T. LARGE rustic house on Lake Swan
some spare time? Christmas 103 Long Point School P. O. Box 16661 Jackson- need 25 trade-ins this month! Howie, Rt. 4, Box 301 Gainesville 200 ft. waterfront white sand
Road.
coming up before you can hard. Canaveral Fla. or call collect Cape ville. Fla 32216. 528-4448. 2 outstanding Call us for the best deals. Ph. 3721070. beach reduced price $lt00.

OR ly turn around. Need extra money T. C. Hartsell. at 783-6 494. IBM machines. 024-026 limited enrollment MINIATURE females.Dachshund.must sacrifice at 3768361NW LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 "b"ru. 4755811.RETIREMENT.
for gifts for those new grand- classes RENDEZVOUS
now forming. 6-8943. trailers. Large awnings. 3 large I I
children? We need ladies for SERVICE station attendant needed. Howell's Business College 218 W. SSO ea. AKC. FR 13th St. at 6th St. On street patios. 3 septic tanks lots of I I FIVE rooms and bath on Lake Al.
part time employment. 20 hrs. Superior. Service Station. 425 NW _Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. JENNY BURROW (Sicilian). 3 yrs. parking all around our corner. shade good rental income. Just to. Furn., incl elec range. GE
per week. S1.25 per hr. Your 13th St.SOLICITOR MEN & women 18 to 35 to train for old. SSO. 5240 NW Slit Ave., Old Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. each outside city limits. For sale. FR refrigerator oil heater. good water
CENTRAL age Is no barrier If you are WANTED. selling experience CIVIL Newberry Road. Phone. 372-6667. week day. '6-8883. | dock and boat shed. Lg.
over 30. The Professional Insurance helpful earnings unlimited SERVICE I wks. cleared lot. SI0,400. 468-1758.
Shepherd pup
Corp. office Is in Poom 205 UNIVERSITY STUDENT Examinations. For informationsend AKC. German $100. Phone 3 Bedroom 1959 46 x 10 ft. Knox
Baird Hdwe. Bldg. and hiring MAY apply. Others age 25 40. name address & Phone No. old papers and shots.2:00 P.M. mobile home with front kItchen. 34 Waterfront Property
representative will be in from Write history and selling background Key Training Service. 112 W. FR 6-5363 after WW carpeting 10 x 20 screened FREE ESTIMATES on
t 8:30 to 10-30 each morning or for appt. H. & w. Industries Adams St.. Jacksonville. AKC Reg. German Shepherd puppies porch. Inquire Lot W'3, or FR OVER 30 acres of lake front many I FURNACES and Quality
USED call 376-1485 for -appointment.. P.O. Box 1111. Ocala Fla. wormed and shots. Call 6-9049 after 5:30 P.M. bearing pecan trees. Also S furnished .
I Real Estate Exam FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE NORTHWESTTRAILER houses with dock and deep Central AirConditioners
WAITRESSES wanted Howard WANTED piano player for gospel 17th Avenue. well pump. Many extras. On
Johnson Restaurant. Please apply -I COURSE SALES Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis
j in person 2830 NW 13th St. quartet.Phone 481-2381. ATTEND HOWELL'S First BUSINESS lesson free.COLLEGE 32 Mobil Homes For Sole 2702 Waldo Road N.E. Jewelry Co.FURNITURE.
At Palm Lane
SANDWICH maker experienced. 3760203Ya'll
FLORIDA'S day shift & night shift. full time. MORLEY'S SANDWICH I COLLEGE.FR. 6-3507. 3723727.218 W. Univ. Ave For Sale -1_ BR air condo turn. -- I-

apply in person. See Alan at new SHOP trailer & enclosed c.bana. Es- T--
: by
; building. "Alan's! Mr. Sandwkh 1027 W. Unlv. Ave. Counter man i U.S. CIVIL SERVICE fESTS! cellent condition. FR 2988. .-. Come

CARCLASSIFIED Shop" between f & S Tuesday. and general Restaurant work. Apply Men-women. 1852. Start high as A.M. and 6-12 P.M.._ UPHOLSTERYFor Best In equipment using Internally -

1420 W. Un Iv. Ave. across from in person. S102.00 a week. Preparatory traIn. 1959 RitzcraH. 2 Br.. front kit. See our custom-made 12wides at top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts. designed
Univ. Post Office. ing until appointed. Thousandsof I 10 x 46' $2500. Bank financing. 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approv. engineered and Installed
PASTRY Bakers two positions. salary WANTED bartender. Apply Hotel lobs open. Experience usual- O-Kay trailer Court 4th trailer In. ed Top Brands. 8 yr. financing 372-6142
commensurate with exper Thomas in person. ly unnecessary. FREE information 2 bedrooms available. See Dad and Brad Larsen byALL AMERICAN HEATING
ience. Apply in person to Mr. on |lobs salaries SCHULTZ. Early American. at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson GAINESVILLE
require.
Summers. Food Service Division. ments. Write 10x50- Hillcrest Trailer Rt. 100 1 mile S.E. of Key UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING CO.

LARGEST University of Florida. Equal Op- WANTED University of Florida address and TODAY Lincoln givingname Court. Lot A.5. stone Heights. Open evenings and 1508 N.W. 11th St. I PH. 376-8268
phone.
: poruntity Employer. student to work full time before Service, Box 448.M e/o Gainesville SALE. 1963 New Moon 10x60. 3 Sunday. I Free Estimates-Pick up and U30 NE 13rd Blvd.
WANTED experienced waitress. school starts then part time Sun. BR. front kitchen living room 1960 NEW MOON, 5 Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant afterwards. Room rent to con- and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- 4722376 or 4722071 Newberry.
.
310 NW 13th St. stitute part payment. For Information 0355 after 5 p.m.'USEDTRAILER -- --
call FR 6-3012. 28 Livestock & Supplies -
LEGAL Secretary. typing shorthand Large living
required. Experience pre CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 FOR Sale Mare. excellent with room. rear kitchen two bedrooms
ferred. _Call FR 2-8585 yrs. old needed for paper routein children $175; 4Vi mo. quarter. upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa
REGISTERED NURSES PosI- the N.E. and N.W. Sections. horse colt S125. Phone 372-0811. travel trailer. 374-1361.
Dial tions available; R.N for 3-11 Wonderful experience for your l
O.R. son daily contact with the public
J shift In E.R. 11.7 spervlsor.
MARKETPLACE supervisor. two O.R. technicians prepares him for a leading role
{
In his' future. For more information
376.4672 and Registered Nurses for all
call Gainesville Sun Circulation -
shifts 73 3-11. and 117. Con- Dept. 372-8441. GENERAL /ifJfm ELECTRIC
lace Mrs. M. Gllcrease Directorof
Nurses Wuesthoff Memorial I FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail -
Hospital. P. O. Box 6, Rock. clothing and furnishings. Experience -
( I
ledge Florida. Phone 636-2211. necessary In retail sell J- vaTHIS

i 0 Too Lot* To Classify Ext. 217. ing. Salary commensurate with
MORLEY'S SANDWICH ability and experience. SVfr dayweek.
THREE b aroom. I bam home. SHOP Insurance benefits. Write
3037 SW. Archer Road. Phone resume to box 461-A to arrangefor
1027 W. Unlv. Ave. Waitress. applyin
; FR 25633.REFRIGERATOR person. personal interview. HAS WEEK'S IS ON

$35. baby WHITE housekeeper for an elderly MAN over 21, vacancy In W. Alachua SPOTLIGHT
to Co. or part Gainesville for
couple prefer middle-aged lady
bed with mattress $15. Ph. live in as one of family. S16 wk. Rawleigh dealer. Full time pre

3768690.ONE room & board. Phone Waldo. ferred.. Will consider ambitious Immediate Job OpeningsFor S
468-1752. part timer. Many now earning S3 GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM
bedroom duplex newly paint per hour and up. Write Rawleigh
ed. nicest In town for the money. CASHIERS. Must be experienced. FA I 320 1170 Memphis Tenn.

$45 mo. See anytime .t Its N.W. One full-time. one part.time. Prefer YOUNG man. high school education Well Qualified Holiday Inn
part time to be filled by UnI-
4th Sf.DRIVING
FOR versity student. Phone Florida to answer phone. wait en 1900 S.W. 13th St.
to California within 1wtek Book Store. FR O66. Mrs. Mas-- customers in busy building sup

>. Need 2 riders. See Louisat on. for appointment. ply yard. No phone calls. WriteP. PersonnelAvailable
O. Box 450 CIty.WANTED Maintenance
J. M. Fields Auto Center. BABY sitter wanted. Responsible General Gaines Steak Roam offers modern comfort

mature white woman for occasional 4 MENto in eating in their famous Early American fashion.
FULL TIME meat cutter honest.
reliable & dependable. Apply Inperson. baby desirable.sitting Please own write transportation Box work concern with large In the eastern Gainesvillearea. electrical Jobs require at least 5 years experience The serving hours in the :"Steak.. Room" art from

East Side Market. 1424 P.M. 12:00
6:00 to Midnight.
443A. Gainesville Sun.
High commissions we furnish machinist
such
crafts as
Hawthorne Rd. in one or more ,
leads. 23-40. neat In
Age appearance -
NEW WANTED saleslady. must have Jewelry car No experience toolmaker electrician. In addition Hindcnmisto; "Wotch for the of
STUDENTS Ideal for two or store experience & refer % necessary. millwright, or Mr. soyt. openln
three S7S per month. Includesall ces. Steady position. good salary. needed we train you. formal background is desirable. the new GENERAL GAINES LOUNGE. Even under
Call Mr. Haney. Mom. Wed., and a training
utilities, except gas. Phone Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. .
FrL only at FR 2-0500 between construction conditions, the 'Steak Room will continue
372 Ml Itt.r' ONLY.
I p.m. WANTED experience waitresses and 10 A. A. Scott .. Fetier Serving.Watch .
STUDENTS private entrance all shins. Larry's Restaurant. Corp. and conditionsare
1225 Unlv. Ave. Humpty Good salary benefits working
mi-private b th. $40 per month. W. Apply ,
'. .. .. 372-041 after f p.m. ONLY.Announcements. Dumpty Drive In. EXPERIENCED class built-up and roofers shingle- men first just a part of what GE can mean to For Next Week' SPOTLIGHT

BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn needed. Apply In writing. Marion
up to (5 per hour demonstrating Heating & Roofing Co.. Inc. P.
AND famous Studio Girl O. Box 1628 Ocala Fla.
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. YOU DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *

3 LOST fr FOUND Phone 374-4336 after 6- IBM COMPUTER COCKTAILS

WANTED experienced Legal Secretary TRAINEES NEEDEDFour GENERAL GAINES LONG CAfETERIA _ _ _
LOST Beagle dog. mostly white to begin work by August 21. STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation, a rep.lntlng. STEER ROOM
with large black spots. wearing 7 days a week.
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith young men wanted to train ChoiceOpen
collar with owners name. Last experience and ability as IBM 1401 Computer Program- APPLY NOWat Featuring U.S. Prime and FrldlY. Aug. 21th The finest In dining enJoyment
seen on NW 39th Ave. near 75 Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and mers. No previous experience nec steaks prepared to your taste Rememberl We'll see you then. Cocktails & dancing In our Ioung.
Interchange. S50 Reward. PhoneE. Blue Shield. For interview con- essary. Age 11-33. married or on our open hearth. Holiday Inn. Palmer &. Sue Long No cover No minimum
M. Bevllle FR 4-3370. Gaines tact E. A. Clayton or James E. single. High school education re 1900 S W. 13f"% St. FR 4-1266. _ _ FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
north-
ville. Clayton. Phone 3727571. quired. Starting salary' $60 to $95 battery plant on Route 441, 12 miles 4562 NW 13th St.
USED BOWLING *
FOUND In the vicinity of Greyhound SECRETARY WANTED Must be a week depending on qualification of GainesTille. I I LLIA It D'S *
Bus Station md: tli.d dog. proficient In shorthand and typ *. background and experience. west UNIVERSITY INN
I Owner claim at 1113 NW 2nd Opportunities for advancement to
LANES
can
PALM
ing. Salary commensurate with BILLIARDS Charcoal Steak Ropes Smorgas-
Ave en Identification aV payment positions paying over 112.000 a. OR CALL CUE STICK
experience and ability. Scruggs We'D be dosed August 10tf1 fttrv board. Cocktail Hour J to 7. 2
ef this a i. year. if accepted. You must relocate Fun for not only young men
& CarmlchaeU 3 SE 1st Avenue, In Dallas. Texas for a BUT young women. too. the 17th. tor rnervlcin and re- drinks for tile price of 1. D.RC'

4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Ph. 376-5242. minimum of II months, must be Bring your dates conditioning of our alleys. We'll Jng 'tq 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
day shift willing to work on a full time ALACHUA 462-3531 Open 10 A.M. 'Iii 12 P.M. see you _the 11th. 2606 W.ldo Combo S Richard Parkers orchesf05 -
TWO cooks. experienced.
ROOFING & SHEET METALWORK I night shift. full time apply in lob and attend special classes N. Main Street Road 376-4654. fri 1901 S.W. 13th St. Flit .244-.
CARS Alan at buildIng. three evenings a week. A per. .
all types. Call Bobby person. See new
Wood. "AI.,,', Mr. Sandwich Shop" be- sonal qualifying interview Is required. RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
W. For an appointment call TO LIST YOUR -
FR 6 4707. tween f I. S Tuesday. 1620 I
Mr. Voorttees at FR 1-3311 Thurs.
ENTERTAINMENT! GUIDE
ALL NEW
Unlv ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS
from
Unlv. Ave. across .
LEARN TO DRIVES Specie attention PoatOfflce. thru Monday f A.M. to t P.M. or An equal opportunity employer
to nervous or elderly write Rutherford Placement Serv CALL 372-8441.
Easy Way Driving School. FR ADVERTISE IN THE ice. 2034 Main Street. Dallas. Tex l
1-7002. Lie:. bv State of Fla. SERVICE DIRECTORY .1. 75201. -
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I 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale

OWNER LEAVING. 3 8R.. CCB. LOOK AIR CONDITION AVAIL Sept. 1. 3 BR. IVa bath UNIQUE 3 bedroom 2 bath home. OCALA block, 3 UK, 2 bath Irg. I .
2 baths pump for lawn. $500 dn. 3 BR. 2 baths central heat out CCB. low down payment. $86 per Complete with large paneled den. open-beam ceiling paneled din-
Assume FHA mortgage. 2-7543 ot city limits deep well REA mo. 'Conveniently located to Only $17,500. Located at 3707 NW ing & family room with fireOlace. .
THE TIME IS NOW or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. pawer located at Ml* NW 34th schools and shopping. 1404 NW 23rd Ave. For further details call Irg. fenced-in back yard
St.Call. 14th Ter. FR 23855. FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thomas. built-in kitchen. 373-3130 or 448-
1005 NORTHEAST 6th Street by 1683.
owner 3 BR 2 baths sep. dining 372-2372 or 376-8190. SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom 2 bathhouse y.
room Irg. kit., screened porch near Sidney Lan:er and $600 No qualifying $85 per TIRED OF PAYING
7 closets air conditioner built. BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath extra High School on city bus line. month 3 BR. 2 bath built-in Buy me for $100
in cedar chest, back yard ter. Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 0,000.. Can be zoned R2. Phone stove cen. heat nice yard. ments of $65 per
race. Paved streets sidewalks N.W. 13th Ave. Available on FR 65472. Drive by 4215 NW 21st Ter. BR in size
Do You Have A Room
.. Apartment Call FR 2-9659 or FR 6-4140. short notice. FR -7993 for appt Located at 2316
FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer
lot 100 100'
NOW SHOWING x
I BY OWNER. Neat attractive 3 FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew equity In 3 BR. 2 bth. built-in 2524 376-6710.
or
Or House to Rent? bedroom CB University Professor Palm Springs model. One of kit., terrazzo floors cen. heat. ROCKY-FAYE
'a home. Lg. Fla. room. 1V the best looking homes we've ever Phone 376-8779. PARADE OF

Blks. to 1051 school.NE$800 20th buys Place.$2,300 If built. Four bedrooms 2 full 3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned cen RANCHETTESLake The Tropicana by
equity.
Fla., baths beautiful brick facade. tral heat stove ad refrigerator.Drive Inc.. has been
i interested call Jacksonville
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS 7212058. excellent kitchen arrangement by 2503 NE 10th Terraceand Front and Loke Access. 'Gainesville's most
vacancy $16,900. No money down. VA then call FR 65890. Large lots-Easy Terms. 50 in its price range.
4 Br., 2 both N.W. phone FHA only $800 down. Price InclUdes own this
fully sodded front lawn. $75 MONTH. M50 Down. NE 3 Br.. Miles south of Jacksonvilleon pletely equipped
: YOU MORE than the ad that will rent GR 5-4171. gas lamp swim club member. 1 bath screened porch. Kitchen State Road 315-1 mile conditioning ,
By owner 3 BR IV* bath kitchen equipped. Central heat. Can moveIn North of Interlachen. built-in oven and
: I equipped central heat. paved ship.VILLAGE GREENBy Now. FR 2.2774.BEAUTIFULLY. patio gas bar-b-q I
it I street. vtil. S'A cent VA
City per 22300. Ask to
i loan. Call Mr. Weidler. FR 23610. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. I KEPT OFFERED BY BUILDER home at your \
2909 N. E. 15th St.
1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand
THREE BEDROOM 1 bath dinIng 376-7971 screened Large 3 Bedroom 2Vi bath home. HUGH 1
porch.
cor
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU .I back room. built-in well landscaped.kitchen fenced$850 FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. I ner lot. Immediate occupancy. Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th |
yard
I fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio 111,500. FHA terms. See Dick MOVE IN
down take payments $79 mo. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2
up
: EVERY DAY until it is rented: Phone Lane. 3721949. 1600 SE 23rd tary, fenced and lunior yard near high schools elemen I RALPH Robinson.A. FOSSEY. Realtor bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd Unusual bedroom floor two plan I

I screened porch 3 BR, 1 bath 11 W. Univ. Ave. 374-135 Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone from others.
A Nice frame house. 4 Bedrooms S500 down. if you qualify FHA. floors newly
II See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. BUY HAPPINESS 8. StRETCH FR 6-3848.
$$$ In kitchen. $600.
.
: IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS large living room kitchen hall
: : By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home closing. $101. per
and bath. Front and side porch. 4235 NW 10th St. ,
built in this
by
All freshly painted Inside and Desirable 3 BR 2 bath home area taxes and !
I
$40. . $1.33 day let 133' large Fla. S, I ALACHUA HOMES INC. Hugh
per mo. per out. Located on large room patio. Lot Phone 376-0630 ADMIRE :
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I x 104'. All this and more 4250.00 100x116', lots of trees. Model Home Opening every Sun.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day I Easy terms. Call FR 6-227. Beautiful lots NW 'section from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN I
BR, 2 bath attractive August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL
3 study
Commercial WIMBERLY ESTATES
lot. at 2225 property & acreage.E. Compare cost with all other 3 STEVEN
I 100 x 139' corner
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day NE 8th St. $450 dn., $79 per mo. bedroom 2 bath fully air cond.
FHA or pay more dn. & take C. "Curly" Kuchn Jr. homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY Lloyd Myrick, Bldr.

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per doy over 4V per per mo.cent Shown VA by Mtg.appt.atS64.50 FR2032 438 N.Broker Main St. FR 6-6544 TIME." Offering more quality Located at N.W.

TWO bedroom CB newly painted far less moneyW 6th St. New brick .
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day only. Ph. 372.3101. BLACK ACRESPRICED shady lot 60 x 120 airconditioner construction. houses"I
i FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA elec. range washer and ref rig. 36th Tar off N.W. 39th colors etc. VA &
have Immediate TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 shad. Tiled bath.
approval you can erator. Storage
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day possession and ownership of bedrooms 2 baths hardwood Immediate occupancy. Very low Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 ar I by ,
the best value house for sale in floors central heat air-cond. down payment and $65 monthly by app,. 3725689.
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air units electric range and drapes. Easy private financing. See It at Capitol houses"S
$75 mo. . $2.50 day I
per per conditioning. Paneled family room Lot 110'< x 120with shade trees. 3130 NW 10th St., and phone FR I N.W. :37th Place
joining living-dining area for extra 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 66427. 67170. Call 372-0341

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day spaciousness. Electric range NEAR University in Hibiscus Park. I !
Models In
and dishwasher. Back yard com Lovely house & lot excellent con. 3 fir 4 Bedroom
pletely enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. New Brick Homesby
dition. SHADOWLAWN
S72 mo. Under 12000.
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at 2111 N.W. 1st Ave. FR 6-4182 ESTATESF.
2213 NE 7th Ter. no answer FR 2-7217 after 5
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB P.M. Builder D. OLIVER
OFFERING
New
traverse rods $750 down pay $14.000 3 BR home for $12,950 re.

$95 per mo. ,. . $3.16 per day $83 off 39th per Ave.mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive ducing cash equity or $500 to $3,568 down to&be second paidin 3 &equipment 4 bedrooms cen.built-in heat. VA kitchen no 0 Individual Well planned Styles living For You areas

4 BR modern home on 1 acre of mort. Mo. Pay. first mort. $75 down payment. FHA from $700 4) Quality material < workmanship in
: $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day land. 7300. Terms. Phone GR second $30. Almost new. Ig. living down-no closing costs.
5-2277. rm., & dining rm., tile bath I 0 A community you would be
frame house lust terrazzo floor* G.E. equipped kit., Capitol Builders Inc. proud to live In :
NEW 2 bedroom
nice wooded lot 5 ample closet space screened 12 N.W. 37th Place ft 6th Street Drive West on N.W. 39th
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR completed miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. x 6674.20 porch. N. W. Section. 316- OPEN HOUSE DAILY Ave. past the Glen Spring In
tersection. See sign on left. ( )
IDLEWILD Painted. CCB. 3 BR's BY OWNER. Palm View Estates Call 372-9361. or 376-7781. I FR 2-0866. NW 16th
2 baths Fla. Rm. built-in range C
: & oven. cent. heat room air-con- less than one year old cen. air
SUN RENTAL WANT ADSI ditioning Ig. shaded lot. near conditioned and heat $800 down L at 37th
new elenschool.. 3764109.BY and assume mortgage. See at -
4037 N.W. 18th Place or call 376-
OWNER NEAR WEST. 0734. 2 EXECUTIVE HOMES
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath
.. Ig. LR, family room. built In NOT IN SUBDIVISION. 3 Br colonial ( )
,
II kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI- hardwood floors fireplace. 4.BEDROOM-2-BATH 3-BEDROOM-2-BATH WALTER
: 34 Waterfront Property 34 Waterfront TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa
Property Issume.mtg. Call 376-2927. tricks Kirby Smith Schools. 111- t Enclosed Swimming Pool Enclosed Swimming Pool
500. FHA. $72 per mo. including Family Room Family Room Inc.
SPECIAL 3 brm 2 bath home on Lake W. HIGHLANDS. 3 Br.. 2 bath quali- taxes and Ins. FR 22736. Built-in Kitchen
.. Built-in Kitchen .
104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. not. 2 brm 1 bath on Lake ty built. 2 story masonry. Cent.
2
BR home on corner lot, I lowdown Laundry RoomWalltoWall
RoomWalltoWall .
Laundry
$1500. I Mile S. off Paynes Lak-a-wane. Call Gladys Smith, heat reasonable down payment. payment $60 a Phone
Located Carpet
per mo. .
Carpet
Prairie. For appointment call Realtor Price 23500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave.
at 331 NW 21st Ave Call
FR 6-3052. 1228 W. University 372-5393 Cor. Blvd. 3728245. Tommy O Dressing Room Dressing Room .
Ridgell 3724125.
Air Cond.
t> Central Heat Air Cond. Central Heat -
: 3 BR 1 bath cen. heat built-in "We trade

oven and range paved street Both Homes Located In beautiful high dry wooded area with houses"I Phone 372-3471
fenced yard. $1.800 down $75 mo.
paved streets city water and sewer. .
1520 SE 23rd Lane. 376-0880. I ,

: COMPAREBeautiful FRED MASON, BUILDERFR -
MOBILE HOME SALE
home with pool. NW Sec 2.8340 FR 2-3182
tion. Lovely large lot. 3 Bedroom BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
2V4 bath built in kitchen.
huge natural brick fireplace 1900 iIIIIIIIIIIlIIWDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII! IIIII"'IIIIIIII" lJIIIIIIIII IIIIWIIlIII \!
Sq. Ft. of comfortable living SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELSNO
SPECIALS priced right by the Owner. Phone


3034 Br.FR,NE 6-7047 2 14th bath for appointment.Dr.Fla. 8 room.Mo. old patio 3 I COMPARE Ia I II MONEY DOWNV -X >

built In oven and range. Air '

SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY cond.lot.$17,850.Pool Cent.372-0688.membership.heat. Large$850 corner down THESE HOME VALUES A Village \" green


3 walking Bedroom distance 1 bath to CCB Littlewoodand house I BEFORE YOU BUY ; LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.

Westwood Schools. Well land 376-7971
USED NEW scaped. 610 NW 35th Ter. 376-1374. i I
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CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING S AV E I I.
Nearly new home In quiet neigh i: The following Is now under i Priced from $13,90017,250 Y Q d
borhood. Has fenced rear yard II construction and will be ready o Q d ;
52x10 50x10 wall to wall carpet central air for occupancy soonl __
conditioning three
good size bedrooms .
two baths. Extremely well UIDIID lJlJlmlllllJlJlJlllJllmmmmnmnml1llllD Sodded Lawns
cared for home and grounds. $15. 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
983. Owner willing to sacrifice The following are ready for 3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $87g Swim Club it,
i bedroom, 1 V ball 2 bedroom
in occupancy. month.
some equity this home to responsible g per g
party. Call for appointment = 9 Air Cond. Optional ; J I
to see. Hugh Edwards g 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. 4120 & 4121 E II W 13.'fII __
$3195 $3295 Inc. 376-7971. 4 BR 2Vi baths $1,990 dn., N.W. 19th Dr. Colonials

NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath, e $165 per mo. 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn., $81 Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
carport end utility room. $9,000, c per month. 36
$250 down. $65 month. Phone FR 3320 NW 30th Ave. 9

2-3355 days.Transferred i= 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn, $77. 4119 & 4127 I!

NEW NEW $500 Dn. 3 Br., 2 bath. per mo. N.W. 19th Dr. gg
Din. room screened porch near 3 BR, 1 bath. $500 dn., $74
school. $14,500. Immediate occu 1IIIIIIIIImIII11III/IIIIIIIIII1JIIIII/I///I/I1/JIIIIIIIm! / ///// / month. 5I
pancy. 1428 N.E. 14th St. per HOUSE HUNTING!

FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bedroom Norwood l/lllllll1lllllDllllUlJD1IBIIIm!/ I
55x10 56x10 CCB 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low
: down payment. Call 376-6644 or ALL OUR HOMES ARE i=
372-1933.: OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .

3 bedroom 3 bedroom, 1 baths g Hope SEEING ANYTIME IF CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
PARRISHPRESENTS i "H" Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL.
:

$3695 $3795 We Trade Homes 1123 S.E. 4th STREET FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The

or Property FR 4-5301 or FR 4-79J9

CONVENIENT easy walking distance = = brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

to downtown. 2 bedroom Terrazzo floors roof custom-built kitchen central
shingled
NEW frame cottage on paved street and"most ,
Gainesville's newest
NEW east of new Post Office building.
Properly priced for a cash deal. luxurious apartment building natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- LAKESHORE city services.
bedroom 2-bath home In this
= 58x10 60x10 very desirable area near the
University. Excellent financing 1 TOWERS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
permits this I!
property to be handled -
with minimum down pay- MODELS AT $14,500.
= 2 bedroom 3 bedroom, 1 Vi baths rrent. NOW LEASING

.. French ProvincialReduced BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bed THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
room. 2-bath masonry home with
$4295 living room separate dining MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
$700 room family room with fire. -
: place modern built-in kitchen.

.. Central neat. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA

Also 2 and 3 bedrooms. FLORIDA can PARK.be Immediate had on this occupancy MODELS $13,000.

Several I New 2 Bedroom pleasant 3 bedroom home on '.
large let. Walking distance to
: Some 1 V2 Baths. Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- FHA and VA Walk to elementary ,
At Low ley SChools.UNIVERSITY.
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and
Some with Air Conditioners ACRES. Restricted junior high
: From $400 down .
new west side subdivision of :..-
$3495 acre lots. Paved streets. NO Better living and---
: At Sale Prices CITY TAXES as these lots are _
outside city limits. Suggest you From $79 per month resale value. -- *
make selection
your before pric = /
es advance. 4 .
AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street tum
un-
: BUY NOW-WHY.PAY RENT furnished home for rent. Close to LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
Fernwood Manor. i
University. Will lease for one left and follow signs to
year at $160.00 per month. Swimming Pool Recreation Room _

SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom air. .. Central Acres of Air Picnic Condo Grounds .. Central Laundry Heat Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire -=.-= i il

; GAINESVILLE STARKE conditioned home in good northeast ,
Chute
location unfurnished. $160. Storage Lockers Garbage Drop
I 00 per month on lease for year. Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks r
: 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 Temple Ave. ((301 N.) SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-bed- 3 Elevators I PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES- I

room unfurnished rental $423.00' PRICED FROM $16,000 Up.
per month lease for year. PHONE 3764456FO
= OPEN 8 TO 8 DAILY SUNDAY 12-6

M.M.PARRISH PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048
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(24 Hour Service)

= SALES .OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES, INC. I 2306 S.W. 13tK ST. U.S. HWY. 441 ;

I II BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS
I & ASSOCIATES INC.H. .
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Butler Bros.
"ALWAYS THE LEADER"tuts Wayne Hill Helen Graham BUILDERS f
',Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary ParrfenIf
NE First Street TeL 372-537 \


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I V CLASSIFICATION INDEX II WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR. LIQUIDATING properties High 2! houst for rent unfurnished. May 66 Mla For Sal. 7 Musical Merchandise! I AUTOMOBILES fo SALE

tile bath living dining i kItchen.FlorIda i i JWK Springs Area from $5.000 to 25.. seen behind Copelands S.1 fENCE. 120 ft. woven picket TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS '46 BUCK 6000 mUew
rooms chain, link fence. OOP- Terms or Trade 454-1920 ice station. 45-24 On fence. 3 In. high posts Included Buy now for this fIll Many tochoose $200 town,Skylark
2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR I ton Plyt
; Phone fro Call FR 2-7433 FR
Hlhw.y. 376-21.0
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ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISI .I 372-8404 40 Business Properties I THREE draperies, car- LEFT IN AN ESTATE Gainesville Music Center 5:00 P. o 2-38 If.r
t afemerteH 4179.HOMES broms. 777-5431, 1P;>? Ave
I IB U.lv.
Excellent condition. 64 Model.swing '
.1 Wasted te BIT WITH ECONOMICAL living In 1,300 square pet. refrigerator. Clean 55 CHEVROLET trans
41,000
I Card .1 TkaaxsS a Machinery .* '1'.... feet. plus carport and storage. square feet business or manufacturing nice yard close to town and nle. Zlg Z.gDIII.Mat.Ie mission 6 cl Itll. cond*
L.it .* Fraa4. n Belldlnr Materials INCOMENEWLY Only ....00.00 with low down pay. lot. Highway and railroad shopping 11. 504 NE 2nd St. sing machin. Dl all Automotive !tl Call 372-3. P.rt
4 p.r..a Servbee frontage. J. W. KlrkpatrlckApency S100 mo. Key at McDanlell Furniture the stitches holes
I Travel bl.naaU.. It HeiickcU G.... DECORATED 3 bedroom men? possible. Two bedrooms, __ 31 N. Main. FR 2-84Q4 Co. in Gainesville Shop sews buttons. Monograms Appliques ASSUME balance JI Chevrolet
S BrecUl Ntl.. II ABU..ea home with garage apartment hug Florida room. kitchen I ping C.nte. O. blind hems etc. Pay off 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Impata. 2 dr. hardtop, .xcle
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1 FtorltUt lit... Far Sal renting for $45 a month. Owner equipment Included In price. : 41 Residential I IncomePECTACULARU balance of $42.50'o assume Condition Call Jones 37-S1.
2 br In
CMI Cat It Tracing Pests will finance. Immediate possess- OUTSTANDING four bedroom house countr. $70.00
.
!Ub7 Bitter 3 b2 monthly payments suit. Call CUSHMAN motor scooter, 195 model If43 Chevrolet station wagorhmanual
U
I riaecl 'Te Go All Article Waate Ion. In beautiful residential ares. Cen. I N.W. $190 level furnished. 372-7410, Mr. Bennett. United I. good frnlprato reasonableprice. transmission. Air
M 1'.1 Oil .A ffeeicIt i tral heat and air per mo. after 4 30 condI
ntall T* lesAUTOMOTIVI conditioning Sewing Center. : Low mileage still
Beata Manse E'.... ROOMING HOUSE Apartment for i many nice features and luxury i 10 UNIT 10 BATH 3 br, 2 beth Cent air & ht $130. P.M. Ph. to. S2090. Phone f.c FR
per mo. Thor Multl Matte Air kit. for guall"t.
n Ciinp.HBnl.ru* owner and four rooms already I appointments. Brick construc APMT. HOUSETOPS To S.
n Office ttpie0t rented will pay for itself. Priced I Make 7 tools all driven. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 6.fte
M .......Ia.. gi.i..t.I.s n MusIcal MrckM.e at 2,730.. Convenient location. tlon.DELIGHTFUL. : IN: M Y MOELLER. REALTOR cl aV Quick disconnect 164 Chevrolet' S32S D Take'
alIt I three bedroom homeIn University FR hoses. 4-2377. over or
Tracki for LOCATION 67 150 fi AIR. .CONDITIONING Tune paymt. aid
NE. convenient to school. Well up
Tracks Waat. REAL ESTATE FAR SALE ALACHUA REALTYAssociates OCCUPANCY 2 Bedroom. kitchen 1 ATTIC SALE- day only. wed. Special. $250 for performancetest. e cr. C.I 2-105. After S .
.. Tractvn .A Trick ...tala landscaped corner lot with backyard REVENUEI I 'c heater equipp. 10 to 5, 2214 NW 4th Place. All mike and models '63 FORD Galaxie. automatic transmission

.. Trailer BentaJs- U Mobile Hornet orSaleM fenced for children. Large ULL PRICE ONLY $38.000 only. $45 Mo. 20 & 26 SE 9th St. Many Items Include small appliances ef Chrysler cars. Hawes- I cylindr. excellent con
U Bfoterereles .* Scooters Lfte fer Sale Member Multiple Listing comfortable house with a family $ 3,000 DOWN. SHOWN BY AP. FR 6-572 for info. toys. books cnma. pictures Powers Motor Co. Air Conditioning dition. 3761
435 N. E. 1st 374-2441
.. alrt St. Phone room for only 114,009.00.
$4 Avtesaefclle OINTMENT .
S4 Walirfrevt ONLYI A home and bricabrac. etc
Property Arl. T. Smith Realtor UNF. cottage. ... Gas line. Servicing Center. 204
U AmtemefcUes fer Sato LARGE beautiful lets In Ridge lIvIng ABOVE 4r fl" N
U Houea For Bali Mabel Gore Associate payments IN- stove, Formica top It X 20" boards for Main St.. Phone FR 2541.. 1963 PONTIAC Tempest Ltlns
M Swap Carl wood S/D. LIttlewood Westwood VESTIGATEI Ilt.r. v".
M Catlaps Fer Sale .
tian 2 do It ur selfers $1. Kiddie.end bucket seats. 4-speed
porch. frans.
section at reasonable prices. All JUDKINS REALTY CO. blnds. srtr SPECIAL auto painting S299S. Automotive
17 Real Estate Exefeajfei $55 mo AVII. FR 4- table. Kitchen bin er board.Gainesville cyl. with air cond. Will take
EDUCATIONALISteleela 1* Real E.I&I. WaU4Omt FORDYCEREALTOR Improvements paid. ltd E. Univ. Ave. 4709. 1t. Auto Top Shop. r'Pllr and tunep trade & assume pay. or sell
II PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. 372- 224 or 372-4225 Miller & Sons. NW .
.* lastrweUe* .f Tew Property 7 SI outright. Call 376-06S4 after S
U Mule. Duetac.M .. Baslness Properties Spacious three bedroom, two bathhouse 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home. Also ad- TWO BR. 1 bath stone and concrete 3CO ft. Jinc, fencing wire; 2 36.Inch Phone 372-7915. P.

I. 41 XesUeatlal IA.... with panelled family room. biting rental 200 house. Freshly and 24 treatedwood
WUItlaatneu.aIMPLOYMENT property. ft. palntt '
4t Ffcrma .* Acreage built In kitchen central heat. frontage. 3CO block N.E. 3rd wails Inlaid oak floor bet. 5-9 posts. $35. Phone 37 26. 85 Automobiles for Sato 57"*CHEVROLET- 2- oor, 6 cylI -
"rigmal $595. Phone
>i Colored Property Sales two car enclosed garage. Va- Ave. Will sell together or separately. dy yard. No or pets. p.m.. paint

cant now. Owner will consider 314 H.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR .3 One beautiful new wedding gown CADILLAC 1955 red convertible; 372-183 _ _

ITWerk Wanted Mate RENTALS INVESTMENT your offer or will rent month 4752. TWO bedrooms for sale, size 1.12 Contact FR fully powered with new top. 10 1963 DODGE DART air cond..
: dining and
II Wark Wanted resale < bedrooms. 3 baths. over 4400 I to month at $175.00. lvin room. $60 kitchen month. 614 NW __2-3"... I See at Tenneco St.t. co.r radio 8. heater manual Ihl
14 Ratea Uell Wamlt 43 Colored Property Rentals sq ft. of living area. All completely J. W. 42 Forms > Acreage 2nd Avenue. For appoint call ELECTRIC RANGE and S. Main & 4th Ave. ww undecoating. perfect.
U B.lp-Mal. .r Female.It 44 (:.Ua," J'., Zeal furnished and ready to 6-174. Ocala. ERATOR. Phone FR 2585.REFRIG CORVAIR Monza Loaded In- f& warranty.) FR 2-517.

Male Help WaaUiDramatla 41 FirnUhc Apis.4i move In. Call: Fordyce 376-123. KIRKPATRICKREALTOR LAY COUNTY 20 acres on cluding factory 16.. 25.500 miles.
Lake MOST rusnc 2 bedroom STORE counter and 6 stools. Cub
Unfurnished Bundy. only $5,OCO .ttrac'v.
Apia. with
tractor with B&B disk. Gas heat Private owner. Call 372-19. 87 Automobiles Wonter
U FtmaU Help WaaUiFARMS 47 Boiiei far Beat r.,.. LARGE i terms. GILCHRIST COUNTY spacious rooms.
41 n..... fee Beat tat. -*. 3 BR 1V; bath with study and 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-1404 39 acres high dry land only unfurn. or partly fur $60 mo. er. Riding lawn mower. Call '62 V. radio and heater, white
Also Hawthorne .
roomy 1 & bedroomapartments 481-2316. $1295. Phone FR 28835 CARS WANTED. iO-54 fords
& LIVESTOCK 4t R..m. far Beat Fla. roor\. Cent heating 1400 ASSOCIATES $2,200 cash. COLUMBIA COUNTY20

M fum EtilpmrntSI M Betel Booms sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.U Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell acres on Olustee Creek ., $40 &Ivail turn mo. or unfurn LOSE WEIGHT safely with new 1V58 FIAT for sale. $200. Cal b I 6 Ice Chevrolet Station. A SE Herndon 4th SN.
Tttt .* FertiliserSS (1 Mite. IsaIah mo. can put you in this one. Seller Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret.Levis $2,000 terms. LEVY COUNTY- phone GR 52065SUBURBAN. M'ros. Dex-A-D:ef Tablets. Only 9$ cents. for 10:00: A. or $ _

Lliesteck .* lepplles alA Wasted T* Bent pays losing costs. Call For Kirkland Ben Griffin I 40 acres near thriving Chief land, 3 PER WEEK Canova Drug FR 6-23 all day Sunday.

U Laa4Ma'laf 'Tsp Sell It Bearderi Wanted dyce "6-1*:U. 25 acres cleared older buildings. 2 bedrooms sleeping Company.GOLF '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with Value Rated
M ru 13 on paved road room. living room. dining
s.ppiuiU Office Desk Space = MCKINNEY only $8.$00 cashor ,
clubs with S50 air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL -
bag. ; M.y.tg
LlTtiUek W.nUFINANCIAL ( Si Bnitaeis KenUW s COLONIAL terms. has access ti lake. rom Lag. yard. Nel' bus. '
..J styled. willed palio. watt to wall __S. E. SAPP Rltr.. NEWBERRY. Rent $45. FR 4-5829. wringer type washing ma- 54, Plymouth. perfect cond Used Cars
I carpeting 4 BR 2V* baths with GREEN $40; toaster $3; and elec.deepfryer 43000 sworn lo miles. $400. Call

SERVICE 1450 sq. ft. Very large lot In NW Appr. 1100 Acres, U mln. from LARGE. unfurnished house, for $5. FR 4-489S. FR 64 B&G MOTOR CO.
M Business Of*.rtealUesT 23 Special SerTieesZS == area. Good terms can be arrang. DEATONREALTORS City on paved rd. Lovely 3 br, rent In Waldo. $35 month. Con WESTINGHOUSE
radio
refrigerator, nice, Lark S. Power steering ,
M.... U L. Bern Improvement 2 bath cent. ht. & tact Mrs. Boles FR 1959
taU ed on this. $27,300 home. Call air, largely' In .3. S45; Century 3-speed 14" oscillating $500. Bill at FR 4- Cadillac Oldsmobile2G01
F Urttrt. II Kadi TT Service I Fordyce 374-1234. perm pasture. priced at $300 per PARTIALLY furnished two fan S10. 222 S. E. 20th St. hete. Ph. -
W x..., H.Bte IS AppUaoee .* F.r.ltursLufflsILfflmulwwInumfflmllmffu HOME OF DISTINCTION acre room house. NW 20th bed Phone FR 34. NW 13th St.
ACREAGE Yes this elegant new home Is $00 acres 10 ml from city on good nue. Phone 31 for .UI6 1954 PLYMOUTH Savoy. familycar
of real character Quality. 2.30 IP "GIVE AWAY PRICES" TV condition. Call FR 2-
rIRIIIIUIHllRIIIIII"'III'IIIIIH'IIII= I __ 120 acres ef permanent pasture. one paved rd. $275. per acre. 1500 pointment. good
fenced and fenced water construction unique design and acres within J ml of town on yr. guarantee on picture tube. 1238.
35 Houses for S.!. 35 Homes for Sale and partially cross wooded. Only; $150 Its location Is most desirable. Its paved rd.MARY HOUSE for rent unfurnished. $35 $39; refrigerators $25; sofabedand 1957 PONTIAC. Starchlef red convertible FOR THE CORREC
exquisite features and furnishings per reo No calls after '
chair, $29; S19;
:0
per acre. I P. sof.bd. 347 cu. In., TIME
4barr.l.Go
catching Its form.1and Phone .
are eye .
ay OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms 30 ELEGANT pin. trees, 3 BR 2 MOELLBR REALTOR 37627.UNFURNISHED new platform rockes. $12.95. college car. $300. Phone FR
2 baths large conveni- bath home close to schools. S600 LOTS Informal living area Is a 019 W. University FR 6-4471 2 broom home. Call Williams S.rvic Center .

on?. See at 1417 NW 10th Ter. equity. no qualifying take over Trailer lots $20 down and *20 a dream of -showing Just give you this us the beautiful pleasure NEAR SMALL VILLAGE silo per mo. Cal 37674&. Hawthorne Rd. 372-33. FR2411Courtesy
existing' Gl Mortgage. By owner. 15 BEST Bid gets a dependable 1953
Miles
home, with 3 B.R. JVj colorful from Gainesville.
QUAILS for sale. Live dressed.
EXTERIOR givM small Impression _FR 2-1310. 49 Rooms For Rent or Radio & Heater 4-excell- Of
baths living and Dining room Phone 481-2674. pont.c
of size. Interior must be It.nto month.FORDYCE
be appreciated. Central heatIng CLEAN AS A WHISTLE Large paneled, open beam ceilIng 30 acres. 12 acres cultivated balance en tire. and Is a 2 owner Pion. University Chevrolet
Fla. rm. with fireplace A in woodland. U mile State FOR business man or student. master XACTA CAMERA like new. 372-37.
air Well
kept and home not conditioning.In a sub-division Beautifully kept, must be seen If kitchen that has everything and Road frontage. Going at $6600. bedroom. T.V., phone etc.. pri. holf price. 372-1693. 1962 RENAULT DAUPHINE $125 N. Main St. at 16th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN.
you are looking for a 2 bedroom & ASSOCIATES. INC. Cal
entrance
pralect. Larga corner fenced lot. 1 then wa believe you would be garage space avail. and assume payments of $3220
bath home with
screened porchon Multiple Listing Realtor convinced of Its value and Its CALL Call 3726310 or after 6. GAS range 30" Kenmore with month. Phone
Colored CCB. 4-Br., study, 2 appeal 6328 per 372.33.
a large corner lot. Immediate Grace FordYce. Broker
4(56-3281 after 6. luxury features, cond.
bath financing arranged. 929 N! occupancy. $11. 00. See at Associates for real living. Call FR 2. Angle Real EstateC. $95. Phone FR prflc CLEAN Cadillac for sale. Can be

10th Place. FR 2-1401 days. FR 1305 N! 6th Terrace then phone Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden 3617 for appointment. L. Broker NICE rooms close In. single or 266. seen at 3120 NW 9th Street. Makeme
2741 Evenings. Dick Robinson Associate Ralph O. C. Gay Dick Banks O. J. Angle. double off street parking. Refrigerator T-V antenna. $3 single stack$7 an offer!I
Angle Associate
Sarah Goulden MUST SELLIf available. S.E. 2nd S13.00 .
Frances
Fossey. Realtor at 376-135 dayor Hough 4404 ,3
.. A STEALBY night. 11 West University '24 W. Univ. 376-1236 you believe In being lucky this I N.W. 13th St. 376-6927 Place 37?-J58J. Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. '60 SUNBEAM Alpine many.xc.llel.
owner
cond.
might be your chance This 5 Acres for sale. $1500 firm. By one
OWNERMUST fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central Owner. 372-3054 after 4 p.m. 51 Misc. RentalsLOT CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew Priced right. Call FR 4-7824.
Avenue.GLADYS ImmediateOccupancy heated 2 yr. old home must be and Used $60Complete
ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles
line of photo suppliesFULLER'S
sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 sold Owner will consider a from city limits. Only $2200. Call for rent for trailer. x 160 '63 OLDS F-S5, loaded Excellent
bath large Fla. room. large livIng reasonable offer under Its present John shady off 10 FOTO INC. condition. See Mr. Green, Univr. MILLER-
Merrill Realtor. FR 2-1494. Arche near
FR 2 0713
ROIl 419 W. Univ. Ave. -
room dining room, built-In SMITH FHA value ef SI7.210 locatedIn UF. "Q slty City Bank. @
r kitchen, convenient to shopping Madison Park: Good condItion 110 acres with nice home. : TV. perfect cond, will sacrifice BROWN

center and schools. Must see Act now Drive by 3202 70 acres perm. pasture. 51-A Wonted To Rent for $30. Also RCA stereo port., .U>Mo.e
to appreciate the value. No quaUIfylng. 372-5393 N.W. 22nd Place and call for an Brick farm home. like new cond., $39. $05 NE llth GAINESVILLEAUTO 1030 E. Univ. I.LI.
Low down payment. Original three and four bed appointment before you buy Call Gladys Smith. Realtor Ave. FR .
CHOICE two.
2-3582
10 wooded acres overlooking Levy !.738W. University 372-5393 NICE 3 bedroom furnished hose 257.REUPHOLSTERED SALES FR
price $21,600 price now$1S.S4I. FR. 23617.ATTRACTIVE.
homes at convenient loca
Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary room for Sept. 1st. Call until .
$500 down. LocatedIn tions. construction plus i .nyim. 2 piece sectional _______J -
living. This architect Quality 43 Colored 11 00 P.M. 3726673. dressers bedroom suites, 1007 N. Main St.
nice NW section at 1321 NW designed home features modern bonus features such as: real I BUYSA Property
21st Ave. Phone FR 2-2633. kitchen with Mexican tile counter. plaster walls fully sodded lot. 3 B.R. 1 bath home $400 WELL kept preferably modern 3 with round 4 mahogany reclining dining chairs table Phone FR 2-6313

Screened courtyard entry court lifetime terrazzo floors. GE Central I down payment and a 3 B.R. 2 New. Quality Hugh Edwards built. br furnished home. Possible 1 yr. wicker leve.sofa S. 2 and Northcentrol Florida'sLargest AUGUST
and porch. Living room with 30 heat adaptable to A-C. GE bath home with good financing- home. Three bedrooms, 1 bath. lease. Call Mr. Clayton 372- ch.lr.
EXTRASPECIAL foot stone fireplace wall. Separate built-In oven and range: a 11 I Both in NW. area. Call FR 2. ,As oJg"o, as $43. per month with 7173 between 5 & 7 P.M other Nu Furniture household Items.314 NW Nearly 8th
Shop.
dining room. Many built-ins and brick fronts rustic gas' lamps 3617. $ or will. arrange termsto YOUNG couple desires apartmentor Ave. 376-4892. Dealer CLEARANCE
1 : bookshelves. This Is a home to sidewalks swim club member ASSOCIATES suit buyer. Located 443 NE small house. Furnished or un Inpendent
be cherished. ship. J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth 15th Street. furnished. Write Occupant Apt. WE WANT TO buy late model used BUICK
,t Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Hugh Edwards Inc. 3. 52 S. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa refrigerators. Exceptionally High 59
SI.000 down will move you Into VA. Multiple Listing Phone 374-7971 FIll.I trade-Ins now given. Convertible
GLADYS SMITH No cash down
this Brand New luxury home at WILSON'S EXCHANGE TROPICALPONTIAC
3669 N.W. 16th Ave. 3 large BR's, HOMES FOR SALE I
S tile baths large family room. REALTOR Also conventional Low FHA down.financing. REDFRANKSREALESTATE 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & I 53 Office-Desk Space 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. '62 CHEVROLET

4 central heat I A-C. Pretty elec. 7th Ave. Small town payment TRADE your costly to operate
kit. See It and let's deal. Move in monthly payment! $57 to $65. OFFICE space tor rent including ELECTRIC water heater and I 4 door, HIT

NEED ROOM? GLADYS SWIMMING POOL. screened Also homes built on your lot central hetng. air conditionIng $43 for I new glass GAS
porch & Florida room, big lot with no down payment. Ph. private parking water heater. Much more ha 302 N.W. 8th Ave. '61 CHEVROLET
Then let us show you this 4 BR. 2 TomorrowVlllAGf in a grove of tall live oaks central FR 2.4125. lot. 111 SW Third St water at about half the cost FR 2.258
a bath home at 727 N.E. 11th Ave. SMITH heat & Central aircondition- OUR LP GAS. PROPANE 4 door

f C'l'trll.lleat.' Nice yard. Priced Ing all add up to make this 43-1 COLORED RENTALS .54 Business Rentals ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. .

p right with good terms. 3725393Four modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs '61 CHEVROLET

$300 DOWN GREEN built-in kit. and built for low NOW RENTING FOR RENT. low No money .1
; STO'
s Convertible
bedrooms 2 baths within maintenance lust about the ultimate Culpepper at FR 4- down low es $ per month.
J A charming 2 BR, I bath home located walking distance of the Medical for IDEAL FLORIDA LIV. COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex 6643. Free estimates pickup and delivery
In exc. N.W. neighbor. School. Older brick home with ING. Can be bought with reasonably apartments. I large living and service. All work BARKLE 62 COMET
hood. Pretty corner lot 100x125. Florida room. fireplace double NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. low down payment & assume dining: area modern kitchen with SMLL warehouse for rent. teed. Phone 376-7786. guaran
Exc. condition. Oak floors. Month. garage. existing financing with fan. large storage closets, terrazzo DAN BYRD I
ly payments only Ml. See this reasonable monthly payment. floors tile baths space heat 3768268. KODAK Repine r.fle S with 50- '61 COMET
one for sure. Make an OFFER. One of our best HUGHEDWARDS MAKE AN OFFER on equity. er and hot water heater facill mm f 1.9 normal lensi 135mmf "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
buys In a 3 bedroom 2 bath Call 376017. ties for washing machines, and FOR 4.5 telephoto lens; 60mm screw- NAME" '
UNIVERSITYREAL home. Large Florida room. fireplace paved streets. See at N.E. 26th LEE In filters and aux. lens case. All THE I 62 METEOR
many bullt.lns. acre lot. $1500 DOWN & Approx. $145 per mo. Ter. or call for appointment 372- Modern Downtown air of offices. in first class condition. $200. Daytime 2201 N. Main St.

incl. taxes & Ins. buys modern __5321 or 372-5322. and location federal building.near court Ph. 3721145 nights 372-537. FR 2-4373 '63 COMET

TY GLADYS SMITH INC.North 3 BR. 2 bath Central heat & louse- or 4-0817. Now Specializing In Ladles'
airconditioning built-in kit. Incl. 44 Cottages for Rent Dresses. Close out Buys. Sete '
1111 N. Main St. Ph 3724351 REALTOR dishwasher. Walking distance FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. Store through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional Size I 63 COMET
W. M. Munroe. Realtor Central Florida's Largest LITTLEWOOD & WESTWOOD SMALL furnished cottage for rent buiding. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER
Asso S. E. Frank 122 W. 372-5393 Builder and Developer Call Hershall Conyerible
: McLaughlln University SCHOOLS. suitable for couple. Moore Haven Haynes DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave
Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Doug- Anna Hlnson Caroline Noyes Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th Park, 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 376- FR 6-2641 or B. F. MIzell FR nue. 1964
las. Jr. Virginia Power I St. DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & check S164.FOR 4-7551. 1 '63 MONTEREY

J the outside then call us for appt. FOR RENT BOLEX 8mm movie camea. F 2.5 1I
ft.
to Inspect this EXCEPTIONALone RENT one bedroom cottage 1.0 sq. warehus lens; $25. Two child's rocking '
or store 2188 .
furnished. All electric. Located on 60 DODGE
3767971M owner home. Many unexpected chairs $4 and $5. Phone FR 2- I
features. Airconditioning. Santa Fe Lake. Call 3725458 or $50 per mo. Call Hershall Haynes 7101.
372-$169. FR 4-2641 or B. F. Mizell, FORD '
COLOREDRENTALS Walk to METCALF HOWARD FR 67551.LARGE NEW and used chain saws, lawnmowers 61 FALCON
BISHOP or ST. PATRICK'SSCHOOLS. RENT modern Furnished cottages: edgers tampers, light
SEPTEMBER 1st AS little as SI,000 on Lake Santa Fe by week or Shop building. Long term plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs '
down will handle &. low monthly lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th 60 FALCON
Will find your family In this season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. & Stratton new and used m i
charming 3 br, 2 bath. C.B. payment. Total price $14,500 Ave FR t-5M8 tors. Rental sales and service
home when school starts beautIful Call 376-2927 or 374-0817. Meyer Power Tols. 230 NE CLEARANCE : '63 FORD
Ig lot. carport. Price reduced 45 Furnished Apta.TRAILER. 56 Business OpportunitiesBEER 16h .- .
like new. Immediate occupancy Claude M. ""Red" Franks Realtor Galaxie, Air
LIttlewood Westwood area. Myrtle Lasslter Associate 35 x .' for rent on Tavern for tale, doing SEWING MACHINE
BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW Wm. E. ""BUIHarris. Associate private lot off Archer road. Near busines. Call FR 4-685 or F oo 2 1964 Automatic twi needle lig tag '61 FORD
COMFORTIn 7 NE 1st St. Phone 376-0817 UFo $55 Mo. Phone 3722051. 196_ in new Makes buttonholes I II

UNDER CONSTRUCTION Res; 376-2927 or 372-7943 Eve. & FURNISHED for overcast, applique s a t in Pickup
this 3 br, C.B. home conveniently Week-ends apartment rent. SERVICE station with beer and SALE
by appt. stitch; fancy designs mends etc.
located screened porch Phone FR 2-1S23 or 23794. wine package license. Good bus

-fr----- t- ; --I nice lot. 110.900. good terms. Drive Member Multiple Listing ONE bedroom on Lake Geneva, iness. Sacrifice, leaving town. $6 per Sewing month. B.lanc. Service$72. Co MlkelVa '52 CHEVROLET
91S NW. 12 Ave.
past anytime after lam. 372-
33 min. from Gainesville. No Cal
115
W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075. Pickup
I Check These pets. $45 per mo. Phone 475- 32.FOR
: LUXURYIn 2781 Melrose.EFFICIENCY lease, one of Gainesville's top FOR SALE: 1 new Crane Lavatory Utility Body
living In this Ocala block redwood (Bergundy $30. Matching
5 service stations. Excellent Re
2224 N. E. 7th Street-3 or 4 bedroom APARTMENTS. $50 opportunity SHAW
custom built home, Ig swim for a man with moderate Commode $ buy both for $45. '
3 bath home month. Phone 59 OLDS
freshly painted 466-3448.
ming pool. 3 br, 2 bath. Cent REDUCED TO 15250. SMALL capital to be a very success- Phone 3162271.LEAVING .
ht. over 3000 sq. ft. of living DOWN PAYMENTI FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE ful business man. Call John Bald town. must sell I
'
erea est. lawn with sprinkling BEST win FR 6.ALACHUA the 30th. Hotpolnt bore 58 OLDS

system all fenced call Mary I NW. 36 St. 3 bedroom 1* Large, well furnished air conditioned Hardware Co. for sale. washer $60 W.stlnghus refrigerator &
Moeller FR 6-4471. bath home ONLY $13.750 with 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location Phone 4621201 or 462-1259. $55 aerial i '53 PLYMOUTH
$450 DOWN. couple only. no pets $125 (new S70). 412 NW 17th
tub
ARCHITECT DESIGNEDDrive per mo. Ph. 3724957. GROCERY Store for sale. Doing St. 6:30 Weekdays.ONE : STATION WAGON

past 510 N.E. 8th Ave. 3 LAKE FRONT ESTATE on beautiful TWO bedroom CCB lake fame. good business. Reason for of the finer things in life-
br 2 bath Cent air & heat. Price Biven's Arm lust outside city Clear sand-bottom lake with covered selling leaving town. 519 SW 5th Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery KEETER
reduced. Make offer. limits. 4 bedrooms. 2 baths dock. Call FR 4-5821 or GR Ave. FR 4-1482 from 7 am. to cleaner. Rent electricshampooer CRANELINCOLN
fireplace central heat air conditioning 7 p.m. I

ONE ACRE features and CALL many US other TO SEE desirable THIS 55217.EAST SIDE MONEY MAKER. New business. Co., Gainesville SI. McDanlell Shopping Center.Furn. I

With cozy cottage, W of Town good EXCEPTIONAL HOMEI Good location near Shopping 2 peces of upholstery material at 238 W. University MERCURY

........ terms. $6000.00INVESTMENT
GARDENAPARTMENTS Center.Call a price for quick sale. 516 South Main St.
rellce
2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom Gladys Smltl Realtor 24 yards. One 54" x. Phone FR 6-5371 I FR 6.2425
Double sinkVenetian home with 2 sleeping porches located 1228 W. 3725393 .
.i Large living dining areaMasonery compartment 2 yards. Home Beautiful Fur.nitur.
With established Income II
at 214 N. E. S Ave. ONLY .
\ Construction Blinds 1504 N.W. 4th St. $16,000 with $1200 DOWN $57 per month upGainesville's ---
.i Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills 15 S.W. 3rd Ave. 61 Wonted to Buy 30% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES -
S i Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and 1602 N.W. 1st Ave. LOVELY 3 bedroom IVa bath. split Finest interested In ceramics? Classes

j ., Large double sliding door shrubbery 412 S.!. 2nd St. level masonry home located In the Furnished or unfurnished CASH tor your used appliances, Mon., Wed, Fri. nights. Open Ito
closets Insulated AtticS (24 S.E. 5th Ave. N. W. section lust inside the Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart furniture etc. Call Williams 5 Closed Thurs.
Linen Closets is Close to school and bus stop MARY MOELLER city limits. ONLY $15,250 with $700 ment. 30f NE tits St. Phone 376- cothin HawthorneRd ELLA'S CERAMICS CLEARANCE SALE

SPECIAL. THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OP INTERIOR COLORSTO DOWN 9608. 3723937 2145 Univ. Ave. FR -.5S

BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For .
REALTOR NICE two bedroom furn. apart..
John Merrill
appointment call 372-5321 or 3275322Take private bath 62 & Took 70 Boats Marino
1019 W. University FR 4-4471 and entrance hot & Muhin.r Equip.
cold water fum. $58 mo. FR 29704 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s

northeast $th eve. to northeast 26th terrace turn ten 1 block. W. Moeller ASSOCIATESE. Foster Kesler Realtor or FR 2-9195. 2 ROW Allis Chamblis tractor. 1 )12 Ft. aluminum fishing boal. used

Dick Durbin Sharon Grant MULTIPLE LISTING CLEAN. I bedroom apartment. turn plow. Disk cultivating out less than I yean $100. Phone CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS
fit. See at Rt. 1. Box 319 FR 27101.
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PHONE FR 21494 street from campus. Coo.pies
FR H. H. HARDTOPS
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA only. Call FR 2-2830 for de Th.s.
PARDI tails. 73 Musical Merchant!
W. H. BUCKHANNAN 64 Household Goods
SERVICESHome EFFICIENCY apartment. S50
month. Lights and hot water fur. ONE Ludwig sn.redru. excelient -
: nished. Graduate students pre THREE pieces matched juvenile condition. Call FR 2-1 Your Own Deal"TAKE

FRED ferred. FR 4-5124. furniture, $0.Pe SPINET Wurlitier pianoS practically "Figure

35 FOOT two bedroom trailer. If 3766819. new; S4S5. Bank financing

Interested call FR 4-6643 PIANO $100; Kenmore elec. range available. Phone 3725451.. FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00

And Business ARNOLD $69; Sofa I t, rocker set $35; SPINET piano for sale. Good Bar.

: 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Bathinette recliner S2 374-4881.; car bed $3; baby gain with FR 2-4864 terms- after will 7:00 deliver.Phone P.. DEDUCT 10 % . . . . 000.00

REPOSSESSED ORGAN
I REALTORIMMACULATE 2 bedrooms CB.. house fur. 10 GALLON aquarium with sand
Swan Lake. Also o wrought Iron stand filter, valves Baldwin Spinet organ with tone YOUR PRICE $00000S
S M cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond .
1 Br.. house Call FR and pump $20. Call FR _
Appraisal Service PlumbingSEWER S M 2 2-41 note 25 note
I 1 or GR 5-5 2-1m _ _ pedal board wit menala.2 tone cabinets.A .

FRED B. ARNOLD INSTALLEDNEW Move right In this liveable lovable Real nice 2 BR. 1 bath home completely WHITE 4 gold f'C' dinette I real MusicCo.
REALTOR 3 bedroom home situated among furnished at 3 NW 19th 4 chairs $35. Slit Lane. Gainesville Shopping Center.
8. used fixtures.
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL plumbing service "B1G complete" JIM shade trees on exquisitely landscaped Lane. $95 per on lease 3-7. FR 2-5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE

SERVICE lot. Tremendous Florida Cal UNIVERSITY REALTY 373- WILL transfer to responsible party
HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbUpholstery Console excellent condition
T.V.
1719 W UNIV AVE PH 373-3522 Inq, FR 71589. room with fireplace. $15.500. No ,24 perfectly. Dan Hei- choice of four spinet or console THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY ATPOOLEGABLEMOTORS

qualifying. LAKE WINNOTT 4 rov.. S52JO FR 3-7191. pll Pick up payments of Wur.
Bulldozing per mo. including electricity m Spinet Piano, trade back,
TASTEFUL suit couple). C. Horwitz, 4 miles T-A-G APPLIANCESTested save $0 Wurlitier Organ withsound
I SMALL bulldozer loader. dump Alr trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER your turniture It home In Skyline Heights. Excel 43 Rerieato f S up ments, we have a piano to ft
_Mil. Phon 37J-7S44.' reasonable prices. Call Salty lent kitchen with built-in range.oven. CPVILLE. nicely turn. I BRhs. 9 S up In decor. EARL'S PIANO .. .
Experienced. FR 4-9S3S. 4248N disposal and dishwasher Studet. o couple. 145. 17 Washers from up W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
HOME REPAIRSFIX w lim TerRemodeling. Panelled Florida room charming 111. a Dryers from $49 up
2 Food-Freezers from up USED upright piano, go
terrace. $22.000. TWO bedroom on Lake Santa S
hs 2 from $ up condition FR PHONE 372-4343
UP Fe private A boat. I Disas 119 S.E. FIRST AVE.
10 from S35
up
HOME repairing. carpentry drywall EASY TO OWN per m Phone F .x. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. ADVERTISE IN THE
I plastering painting. DO YOU NEED. Florida room. extra Easy financing is the key to this 2523. 419 NW Ave_Ph. SERVICE DIRECTORY -
373-7707 or 376-0107. room. more room roof work. clean 3 bedroom. 2 bath homein STUDENTS 11 room furn. house I 3.5
or maybe a complete new home? the Northwest. Owner will pay FOR SALE. 4 hot water tanks 3
for rent decorated, .
newly
For a free estimate & guaran- all loan costs! Only $450 down gal with gas heater attached
I LandscapingLANDSCAPE teed work. phone Carl C. and $83 per month. Drive by 1645 single beds standing now. Lease gal. butane gas tank. Complete I SALE
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"Appliance Repair fr waters. 3721049.EXPERIENCED. N.W. 34th Place today. required. 1404 N. W. 5th Ave with gauges. 2 crane shallow
Call Archer.
Air Conditioning SERVICE CARPENTERPaint 45-25 well pp Inquire Lei
4 BEDROOMSCentral 3 Br.. II,. Rnv, din. rm.kit Jewelry Co.
Grass-SO -Oal'd.n *
MainNurserystock and repair |lobs performed by I IcOftCSition. I 1964 RAMBLERS
heating and air conditioning : 3 S7S In
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S carpenter who loves his trade. p M. Mino ONE 40" Electric rln. .xcell
for family comfort. 2 gleaming 1 Phone
HANDYMAN SHOP NURSERY CALL FR 6-4907 baths bright kitchen fireplace ville. 5912921. M o formation. Fi 2S I

First In air conditioning end A> FR 4-2514 for Landscape free .,timato.Mortgage' Co. in living room and 2 car 2 DOOR COST $ 1693
pliance repairs. We sell guaranteed garage. N. W. location. S27.300. ADMIRAL range. Idee new
Sewing Machine < el
washers refrigerators, etc.SR Repairs 48 Houses for Ret Unfum. Call after 5:3 P.M. SEDAN plus 5 % 84

40267. Broker IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ELEC. stove SIS; gas .t.. S2J;

tALL-U'lhG: "MACHINE" 5tR 3 bedrooms 2 baths with features 2 Br., llv. .rnv* kit. 417 full top Itatl wagon c.ri
many
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Heating Air condition and Refrigeration VICE CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. S15; .
SE 1st MOCan Me-
MORTGAGE MONEt that only find in more a I lale
service. We repair any 374-1075. We repair aN you S 1777
make or model. Special price on S\* per cent Interest. Terms M Make.. Work fully guaranteed. expensive residences. Comfortable Kinney Green Reno FR 2- ten Ill
Window units. Free estimates on 25 years. screened porch and attached car 3617. NEW furniture at wholesale prices -

'Central heating and air. condi BUY BUILD REFINANCECall TELEVISIONPICTURE port. Inquire about the home for 3 I bath ccb home with : Birch dining table$45; wal
Bero
tioning. 372-1311 or 2-5002. 24 hours sale on S. W. 4th Place for $19,000 room. lot. N E n be. $84; lab. IlmP$15;
rvke> Ask tor Joe Teagu.Auto .. Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 F1. S August am.s. $ S 34"
TUBE Repair Special. 51 *
ARNOLDREALTY' bookshevles $15; 24 & shut
FHA and conventional at lowest per Inch plus $10 to Install most Phone FR 6 $4 It $5: glass *
Gloss current rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special THREE beoroomv dIn rm., tsmlly te $1 SO. n. GAD crai

AUTO years will. Call gladly tomorrow.J. discuss. at noobligation. Reconditioned THE VARIETY TV's from STORE S9 95. Multiple Listing COMPANY Member mv. patio. Good lati TERIORS t NW 3rd Ave. IN Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
GLASS Is only bustness. close to shopping
Immediate our Installation W. KIRKPATRICK.! Realtor 7 S.E. 1st Ave. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 ceter. P PORTABLE csl. 1"Ken- STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!
free pickup & delivery. Add 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494 4 Technician's with $4 years espertence Jane Catdwell Pete S eg 3 more. Excl cti S7S.
all makes. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge 3 Bedroom tile bath. Month. Phone Profit-
beauty S. value to your car. FRED B. ARNOLD on Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo No small SIC students Fi 6-S t M Home of 5% % Financing
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. REALTORFHA QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES dOr

.-JTJ-NW..:.-.4th ..S.nsa.:- AND CONVENTIONAL ( SERVICEAll Jimmy Greene Wetter Stoddartf Rd. FR or Nn 3 S Archer RIDGWAYMOTOR
LOANS Channel Antenna Kit 114 95 2-5 SUBLEASEBuiding
Auto Equipment 121. W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE 39 Out of Tow. Property 2 BR. I bat house for rent. $68

GLADYS Smith 421V N.W. 1011 Ph." 3723177 month. 373 at
Realtor. FHA
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt. $. and conventional loans. Low -- -- STARKE: II room. 3 bath home 7 ROM 2 It.3 BR. 1W baths I 229 IV. AVE CO.
exchanged Repair kits lot rates. Terms lo 25 veers. 122 on large lot. Close to Bank. $14 per m 555 NE Next Door t. .
Walker Jacks.. Factory author W Univ. Ave. 3725393. Sun Want Ads Church Schools. a. market Ideal : 7 Ave. 5 I II
Tbo.,,..
M'- Walker, Hyeveutlr Jack F. H. A. 4. Conv. Loans for home office. .pt... nursing" Delightful Large house for rent.II 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
Srvtce Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE a. ASSOCIATES. INC home beauty shop ,to. hit er N. W. location. Fordyce A'Aaso. PHONE 372-0440
SERVICE 4 SUPPLY 1314 S. REALTORS I Get Results trade for Gainesville property. I ciates, !nc.. Realtors ru W.

Mali FR 2-1497 924 W. Univ. 376-1234 N. G. BoHlnger Starke. Univ. 2..12 ,
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Mon. Frl. y a.m. to f p.m.

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