Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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f W/ : ('fi i Press Dispatches peacemakers- PresidentJohnson's worked haps erupt into anger a floor other fight Southern and per- the routine opening businessof labor unions" and the "waron system

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a 1 tarona ACtijnf 1s. .. backstage today in a new effortto states.
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I :: U ... "" :' .. <.-; ..:#; National Convention into an Rhode Island delivered a fiery delegates and alternates and
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of this voting against the nuclear
part strategy to" test
Grtottnosluals Gen.
job Atty. Robert F. Ken- Johnson and President Kennedy
keep Democratic ranks intact, ban treaty, for speaking "glib-
r i Gland 200 ",'? \.V1-, nedy announced finally and in praising a Democratic record -
Ca'f'tO the President and
was reported hesitating loosely" on the questionof
formally he was entering the '
of "four P's"
<. : + AIT# '. '.:. ;t ''' .a over the possible choiceof New York Senate race. controlling nuclear weapons prosperity and-preparedness "peopleand -
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey as and for language that
DOMREP; "has to
JA.M41C- % 1 : his side when he made the and peace."
., .., r SanJu.a. his running mate because of announcement in New York be explained away tomorrowand
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tomorrow. .
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Robert F.
RicO'I Wagner the
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y. ,'fl.j;: had "nine miracle'months" in
As the
convention went into
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top pictured Goldwat
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j ering disputes over the seatingof blistering attack on Gold- captives of "reactionaries a nd "Never in so short a time,
the Alabama and he said, "has so much been
Arrow shows track of Hurricane Cleo as she plows through the Caribbean toward Mississsippi water, featured the opening ses- extremists." And he said t he ac
Cuba delegations. sion of the Convention Monday "clear choice" Goldwater had complished that is good a nd

Johnson, who has said he .night. said he would offer the American great for our country."

I wants all the people of the nation On the rostrum high above people was really a "Tro- John M. Bailey, the bald, cigar -
Cas'tro Declares to unite under his tent was the mass of delegates seated on jan horse" that threatened the smoking chairman of the

EmergencyFor trying to find a way of cooling the main floor, there was no test ban treaty, the Unit e d See OPENING on Page 2))

Stricken Oriente Prov. Platform Due OK Tonight I

KINGSTON. Jamaica AP south Cuban coast, raking the The bitter memory of Hurri- .

Hurricane Cleo shifted to a island with hurricane winds, torrential cane Flora was still fresh and From Press Dispatches and
promises to improve and
more northerly course today rains and high tides for extremists. form, on domestic affairs, was
(See CLEO on Page 2)) ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. A expand them rather than break "We condemn
battered Cuba with raging wind at least 24 hours. middle-road extrem- released Monday night. It included -
platform that largely new ground.On .
and tides. Fidel Castro rushed Cleo was behaving remarka- reflects ism, whether from the right or what was regarded as
John- the three Issues that Re-. left "
doctors, nurses and medical sup- bly like last year's Hurricane son's desire the Democratic platformsaid moderate language on civil t
not to rock the
publicans battled
at their
plies to Camaguey and Oriente Flora, which pounded Cuba for boat before the "including the extremist rights and quite liberal plankson
goes Democratic convention last month civil
Provinces.The HurricaneNot tactics of such organizations as I labor, urban affairs
five terrible days, killing an estimated National Convention ,
tonight. rights, extremism and
controlof the Communist
Party, the Ku
immigration, education
1,500 and deal- con-
Miami Weather Bureau persons Approval is expected, with no nuclear
weapons the Dem- Klux Klan and the John Birch
ing a staggering blow to Castro's gressional procedures and other
predicted the eye of the hurrI- Yet Threat floor fight in prospect over any ocratic platform drafters drew Society." subjects.The .
economy. of the planks. clear-cut
cane would move parallel to theGOP's issues fOr'the coming Moderate forces at the Re- aura of harmony that
The northward turn spared the To FloridaMIAMI Members of the platform com- campaign.The .
publican Convention last month was hung over the platform de-
island Jamaica direct mittee finished their work late
of from
a platform drafters approved -
offered an almost identical liberations during the' last week
hit by the 110-mile-an-hour wind (AP-Hurricane Cleo Monday, turning out a document the plank that the Republicans but it continued
HolleyTo plank, was overwhelmingly to the end. Barring
whipping around the eye of the will not threaten Florida untilat that for the most part affirms refused to write at rejected by the Goldwater some unexpected development,

storm. But high tides hit at ship- least Wednesday, and possibly present. administration policies San Francisco a rejection;,. .of _majority One :p0the dramatic no minor reports or floor fights
Speak ping and coastal installations never, the Weather Bureau -- moments of that were
,, meetingcame expected.
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on Jamaica's north coast. says. ... -- when Gov. Nelson Rocke. A number of amendments to

An Advisory at 11 a.m. (EST) "I don't want to say at this Bobby Affirms feller was booed as he spoke the original draft were moved, .
Here Tonight from the Miami Weather Bureau point that Cleo won't affect for. this plank. and some adopted, during the

placed the storm center Florida," said Gordon Dunn, As for nuclear weapons, the meetings. But President John-
Charles Holley, R e p u bli- near latitude 19.8 north, longitude Chief storm forecaster at Mi- Democratic platform declares son's wishes remained in com-

can governor candidate, speaksat 77.0 west. ami Monday night, "but we He'll Seek .Senate that control over their use mand, in general, and the plat

the Gainesville High School This was very close to the have no reason to believe that it must continue to rest solely in form should be accepted with

auditorium tonight at 8:15.It south Cuban Coast, 125 miles will." NEW YORK (AP) Atty. congresswoman from Connecticut the hands of the President.The the display of unity he desired.

f will be the first appearance southeast of Camaguey and 460 "We're having some difficulty Gen. Robert F. Kennedy offi- and ambassador to Italy, final section of the plat- (See PLATFORM on Page 2))

here for the St. Petersburg at- miles south-southeast of Miami. with our tracking. Since the cially became. a candidate. for has said she will accept the

torney who faces Democrat Hay- Cleo was moving to the west Navy came close to losing a me Democratic nomination for Conservative party nominationif
in northwest at 12 miles an hour plane in the eye of the storm U.S. senator from New York to- it is offered. i
don Burns the November general Viet Nam's Khanh
election. and was expected to stay on Sunday, it's been considered too day.He The Republicans and Conserv-
this track today and tonight.At hazardous to attempt another issued his announcementat atives nominate candidates at .

Attorney William O'Neal is the time, hurricane force penetration."That a joint news conferencein separate conventions next Mon- I I

chairman of Holley's local winds were lashing Onente means we are gettingour New York. day. The Democratic state convention
steering committee.A Province from west of Santiagoto information from radar sta- Wagner said he and Kennedywill will be held Tuesday. Resigns PresidencyI

press conference was sched- Cape Cruz. tions outside the storm, and fly to Atlantic City tonight Kennedy and Keating are con-
there is a possibility of error. for a reception to be attendedby r
uled for 4 this afternoon sidered cinches for nomination.The .
p.m. Highest winds were estimatedat SAIGON, South Viet Nam the presidency 10 days ago. Or
t after Holley's arrival to meet 110 miles an hour near the Anyway, making a forecast most New York Democrats attorney general issued (AP) Maj. Gen. Nguyen he might have himself reelected -

with local supporters at his center. Gales reached outward more than 36 hours in advanceis attending the party's national his long-expected announcementfrom Khanh gave up the: title of presi- president of a revamped

headquarters at 503 SW 2nd 150 miles to the north and 100 getting into guesswork. convention there. Gracie Mansion, Wagner's dent and his dictatorial powers regime. He retains command of
Ave. miles to the south. Kennedy has rented a $300,000 official residence, and the mayor today under the'angry demandsof South Viet Nam's armed forces.
mansion on Long Island starting returned to the city from students and Buddhists for an Jubilant student leaders told 'I'

Sept. 1. and has hired Debs the Democratic National Con- end to military rule. He was ex- The Associated Press that

CARPETBAGGER 'STUFFED' HERE Myers, Wagner's former execu- vention at Atlantic City for the pected to stay on, however, as Khanh had agreed to hold a new j.
l tive secretary, to handle campaign occasion. the actual chief of the U.S.- election for chief of state and

public relations. Kennedy met head-on the issue backed government.The that the military council would
Republican Sen. Kenneth B. .of his residence: 37-year-old strong man then be dissolved.
Keating previously announced "I shall devote all my effort may resume the premiership he Student leader Ton Tnah Tue
i Historic Old House his candidacy for re-election. and whatever talents I possess dropped after the revolutionary said he had been in telephone

Clare Boothe Luce, former (See BOBBY on Page 2)) military council elected him to (See KHANH on Page 2))

',i Falls To Wrecker 9 ;. }.

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1 By CLIF CORMIERSun most famous in the art of political -; The Democrats confidently t .i.1-c :; !

City EditorA skullduggery, a carpet- ,predicted majorities in each
small piece of Florida his- bagger named L. G. (Little of the three Southern states, but

tory became the victim of the Giant) Dennis, who lived in the radical canvassing boards had ,
house wrecker's crowbar: this house during the Reconsiruction, other ideas.

week in Gainesville. set a record for ballot box tax- First Louisiana, then South S r / f.
All that remained of a histor- idermy. Carolina "fell" to the Republicans. .,

ical post Civil War frame Dennis crammed ,in.' enough :'The eyes of the nation
house yesterday were chim- for Rutherford B. Hayes to turned to Florida. 4 r

neys of two stone fireplaces, a swing Florida's four: crucial With Alachua County's "Lit- :- rA
floor and a porch column with electoral votes in the 'Republican tle Giant" Dennis playing a key

the numerals 218. column and .insure victoryover role Florida's four votes also t l lr
The quaint little wooden house Democrat Samuel T. Til- went to Hayes although 'the

j at 218 Northeast First Street den. Democrats swore they had .won ;

was not only one of the oldestin Records at Archer's District here too.Later 1.

Alachua County, but historyhas 2 showed that only 316 ballots after the Democrats ; *
it that in one of tie small had been cast on the day oi the contested the election in' Congress r + :

downstairs rooms a classic example election. However, after the bal- a special election committee t's
of ballot box stuffing took lot box had reposed in Den- was appointed to rule on
in 1876.
place nis' Gainesville home that the disputed election. Their
1 It there that the Ar-
was great ,
night, it was found to have 535 decision upheld the Republican
cher note fraud
was perpetrat votes the following day, the ma- victory.
jority of them being Rcpulican Historians : .
the election
In an act ranked as one of theWHERE say
votes. swindle was the end result of a :
Tilden apparently hid the deal In return for the' Hayes :

election sewed up. He was as- vote, Union troops 'were with-
TO sured of 184 electoral votes,.only drawn from the three states and
'one shy of the necessary ma the Reconstruction ended
jority to elect him. Hayes could
IT The house on.First Street, z
count on 166 electoral votes at
.. Comics . . 14 the most. known at the time of the ballot :

Classified . 15-17 The election hinged on the box incident as the Sanchez
I Entertainment .10 votes of three "unreconstructed" house, was'occupied by Mrs.J. .

Obituaries 2 states still under carpet- C. McCraw for: many years.

.. Opinion Page ? 4 baggers rule:-Louisiana with Nine years; .ago ,Mrs. Mo-

.."'Women'Sports ......._..12.. ., 13 9 eight electoral votes,, South Craw house,'moved and about out one of the bid .... '7c ..,. --E! ".._.._._ --------n-- ---'". ___n_________. __
Carolina with seven and florida year ago Remains of old Sanchez ouse at 2 1 8 Northeast First St. whvt Archer rote fraud determined outcome of 1876
four. .1\l. (See HISTORIC on Page 2) election. (Sun Photo by Bddie Davis) "V F


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t Gainesville Sun Tuesday. August 25 1954- I

Weather HighlightsOf More About '*' .

Roundup' TheConvention Opening Blast Goldwater Slaps f j

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_,lOA.: B \ Appeasement 'NptioV J
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ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP) [Democratic National Committee purpose. and each is supposetto igates, and a film, "The Questfor I By WALTER R. MEARS vide:i the North _Atlanticjfreaty 1
}, BCD E F ZONES Today's and Wednesday's called the convention to order be concluded in time for full Peace," was shown to extol CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) 'Organization, ""Wlth/- ts- own

Generally fair w,4L program schedule for the Demo- at 8:30: p.m., just in time reports to be carried on the tel- the merits of Democratic i Sen. Barry Goldwater said today stock of small, 'ta'cficaljiuclear

through brief afternoon Wednesday showers.except Low cratic National Convention: to pre empt the prime evening evision networks' 11 p.m. news foreign policies.But the Democrats "are misled battlefield .weapons- 11P.t. mayuly'be j
television time. programs. the evening was built by and
strange unrealistic tr
Today: notions called conventional. nuclear -
tonight in 70s. High Wednesday Convenes at 7:30 p.m. Eastern All four sessions of this convention Gov. Richard J. Hughes of around the keynote address of of appeasement and dis. weapons- -.:
to 95. Variable 5 15
mile winds. Standard Time. are scheduled for that New Jersey welcomed the dele- Pastore, one of the Senate's armament." The- weapons Ke.-ls -telling

Invocation by Rabbi Joachim most redoubtable orators and a The Republican presidential them about, Goldwater&aid, are
A Partly cloudy this afternoon. Prinz. speaker willing to pull out all nominee also said that if he is "no
tonight and Wednesday with scattered more powerful,."than: the
mostly showers.afternoon No and Important evening temperature thunder Pledge of allegiance. Luci HelpsDad's emotional stops. elected, U.S. allies in Europe firepower you havejaced on the

changes. Low tonight 72 to 77. National Anthem sung by As soon as he had been introduced will be invited to plug into the battlefield. They si p1y come in
Variable I to 15 mile winds.H by Gov. Endicott Pea- .
[Mace Barrett. Washington-Moscow hot line. a smaller package"
I Generally fair tonight: and
Wednesday except brief afternoon show Report from the Committeeon body of Massachusetts and pre- In a speech prepared for the In New York City Monday,
ers. Low tonight mid-70s.. high Wednesday sented the temporary chairman's '
a 90 to '5. Mostly east < to 15 Permanent Organization, Convention ChoresATLANTIC Veterans of Foreign Wars Convention Goldwater met privately with
.mile winds. read by Norman Stoll, Oregon gavel by Rep. Michael he said that the United business leaders. -
G J Generally fair tonight and ??w 4ji Kirwan of Ohio, Pastore of> ned -,
national committeeman. States must find a to "It's b eni "
Wednesday except chance of brief nightor I way pro- very good day,
early morning shower. Lw to- Speech by Rep. John W. Mc- up on Goldwater.The he .said.
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE I'm! well pleased with
%t J right 90. East around and SO northeast high Wednesday 10 to 20 near mil* Hioh. Law Pre. ,. Cormack of Massachusetts: theConvention's CITY, N.J. (AP) i ping in two stores along the first business of the con- it." -..
f wind.K Jacksonville 3 74 Luci Johnson made whirlwind I oceanfront.Her. vention he said, was to "assure
Miami <7 C permanent chair- a Mississippi An aide said the
Increasing cloudiness lete to- Tampa 90 74 .10 entry into the conventionscene of our people and the people of the meetings
only purchase a pair
day. showers man.
likely tonight and Wed- Atlanta 17 63 ere held to give the businessomm'
nesday. Low tonight. high Wednesday New Orleans to 70 Speech by Rep. Charles L. dancing the frug, walkingthe $6.95 rope and leather sandals, world that on the American political "ty chance to
upper 80s East and northeast 10 to 20 Boston 15 62 a get acuaunted -
# mile winds increasing some tonight New York '1 M Weltner of Georgia. Boardwalk and applaudingthe size 6, medium. scene reason and respect Credentialsv with Goldwater and his

and Wednesday. WashingtonChicago 78 92 66 72 Report on the nomination of convention keynoter.The They probably will come in and responsibility still survive." iews.irs .

ALMANAC Kansas City 90 62 national committee members. first of the Johnson family -handy on the campaign job to- It was a time for plain talk,
Sunet today ... ........... Denver U 48 I his speech to the veterans
Sunrise tomorrow .......... <7:00:Ci p.m.I.m. Ft. Worth <9 73 Report of the Platform Com to arrive here, 17yearoldLuci day. A teen-worker advised thePresident's he continued, not a time "for Still in Au'P ere, the Arizona senator saidresident
AAoonris tonight ........... $:2 p.m. Los Angeles n 64 [mittee. sampled lobster and frozen I daughter to "wear any party to speak in any lang
Last Quarter .. ..__........... Aug. 30 Seattle 35 6A Johnson and the
PROMINENT STAR GAINESVILLE WEATHER Speech by Sen. Birch Bayh of custard Monday and looked ,flat shoes and a dirty dress" uage that has to be explained By IRWIN FRANK Democrats
Affair ..... are undermining
high In
south 10:01 p m. tomorrow and tomorrow and
VISIBLE PLANETS Municipal Airport readingsfor Indiana. lover the oceanfront home her when she reported for head- ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) NATO unity.

Jupiter.Saturn due rises south...................... 11:21 12:28 am.p.m. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Benediction by the Rev. family is to occupy. 'quarters duty. tomorrow." I -Credentials committee members "This administration must answer I.

Venus Mars north rises of Venus............ 2:571.m. High 93 at 4 p.m., low 71 at Frank A. P. Pehrson. She seemed to find everything Luci was supposed to wait These remarks, observer' resume their search today not just to the voters of

6 a.m. No rainfall. Adjournment.Wednesday. satisfactory and decided to go to .until Wednesday to come here said, obviously were aimed at for some way of seating a Mississippi this nation, but to history for its
CEDAR KEY TIDES MARINE FORECAST : work today with friends at the with her mother and sister, the Republican presidential can-
delegation for the failures
Wednesday-High at 3:21 a.m. and EAST GULF: Variable 5 to IS knot and second -abject in foreign policy.
3:31':S3 p.m.. Low at f:33 a.m and winds through Wednesday. Generally Convenes at 7:30 p.m. headquarters of Young Citizensfor Lynda, 20. But she begged to didate, whom Democrats | session of the Democratic: And of these failures, none ismore

p.m.I fair. few local showers. Invocation by the Rt. Rev. Le- Johnson. come ahead and flew in to open some moderate Republicans frequently -National Convention. tragic than the lack of

land J. Stark. The President's daughter told the Young Democrats' headquarters have charged with irresponsibility The first of the for NATO Goldwatersaid.
I and loose lan- night convention -support ,
Pledge of allegiance. "Teen-Dems" and Young Citizens and attend their dance, ended without a member of .
&b! ttuaricLONNIE I
I < Mahalia National Jackson.Anthem by Miss anything they could dofrom I where she demonstrated her guage.Pastore then shifted to the the mostly Negro Mississippi Too often, Goldwater said,
in the
"licking envelopes to running prowess doing frug, a Freedom Democratic party or "this administration has bypassed
and its
Nominations for president. errands" would help her :version of the twist in which she virtues of his own party
Balloting.A leaders, invoking the name of the regular Democrats, an all- our NATO partners to
B. BROCK Gainesville 32 years ago. He father's campaign. ,excels. President eight times white group, taking delegate deal directly and unilaterally
Kennedy ,,
filmed of President -
biography She said she came to pitch in, Wearing coat and dress of
i with the Soviet Union.
was a member of the seats. Both
South- barred
and were
Johnson 11 times linking groups
Lonnie B. Brock, 76, of 944 Johnson. ,
too, because she realized "my pale blue to match her eyes,
Baptist Church. because the credentials committee "Our hot line to Moscow is
their an
SE 2nd St. died this names once.
morningat for vice presi--generation has responsibilities." with a pert white bow on her
Alachua! General Survivors include: his widow, dent. When Kennedy was "suddenly had failed to resolve its unfortunate symbol of this. It
Hospital Luci put off the work for awhile black hair, Luci climaxed the
following extended illness. Mrs. Neta Brock of Gainesville; I silenced by an assassin's bul- most difficult problem. suggests secret conversations,
an Balloting. though, to look over the day by taking a front row seat
Mr. Brock a retired mer- one daughter, Mrs. Lillie M.' Acceptance speech by vice- sig ts.I in the presidential box at the let, the mad act of a twisted I The committee did give both deals, unilateral negotiations in
Roberts of Chief land; one son mind Pastore said "we saw T matters that concern and should
chant, was born Oct. 16, 1887 presidential nominee. She signed autographs, picked convention's opening session groups guest tickets. Some of
Lonnie J. Brock of Homestead; I another great personality, the the i involve all our partners in freedom -
in Levy County, and moved to I Benediction by Bishop Prince LBJ buttons and went shop- ,and applauding the speakers. Mississippi people used
five brothers, Willie Brock, Edd A. Taylor Jr.More up choice of his pedecessor, rise up these to get into the hall. ," Goldwater said.

Brock, and Moses Brock, all of in a moment of tragedy, resolute Every delegate from Alabama "I pledge that as president,

More AboutBobby Trenton, S. C. Brock of Bronsonand AboutKhanh More About and determined." those who took a loyalty our NATO allies will be given

Squire Brock of Tampa; Since then, he said, "the vision oath and those who refused, the opportunity to hook into our

t three sisters, Mrs. Alice Stock' of President Kenneky" had I .took t their seats. They kept them hot line, either directly or by

man and Mrs. Della Ward, both Platform lived on "in the character, the after repeated polite orders diplomatic process."

of Chiefland, and Mrs. Eva Day capability and the courage of from convention officials that

From of Odessa. the team mate of his choice."
Pace those had not signed a loyalty More AboutHistoric
Funeral arrangements will be, From Page 1 Together, the keynoter said, pledge must "step aside."
announced later.JonesJohnson. From Page 1 the Kennedy Johnson administrations
to the State of New York. ThisI "Step aside" meant gettingout
pledge." Funeral Homeis The closest committee vote, forces. Southerners were happy i had achieved 42 of the seats. The unpledged

If New York Democrats nominate in charge. 'contact with Khanh at the presidential i--39 to 38, approved a new paragraph about the implication that months of continuous. economic delegates about 32 said

him next Tuesday Ken- office building, and supporting a constitutional federal action should follow onlyin growth and "more income,
they would leave the hall if or-
nedy said, "I shall resign from :MISS MICKEY MARTIN Khanh said he was willing: amendment to give residentsof i the event of noncompliance more profits, more jobs, more dered to do so, but they would From Page 1
I the District of Columbia representatives locally. security today than we had four
the Cabinet to campaign for Funeral service for Miss Mic -Revoke the charter he pro- not give up their seats. it i Pur-
purchased by Roy
and was
in Congress The civil years ago.
election. rights also
key Martin, 72, who did mulgated Aug. 16 that gave him They were not ordered to
yester pending such an amendment, a reflected Democratic The country not only was vis, a certified public account-
Kennedy seeks the seat occu sweeping concern l leave.
day in Alachua General powers.
Hospital all records of
pied by Sen. Kenneth B. Keat- I will be non-voting delegate. about the so-called white back- peacetime No one with authority could ant."It "
held tomorrow at t I good times, Pastore said was about to fall down
-Have the council also l lash. It
military The platform supported specifically rejected
ing, a Republican who has an 3:30 ; what would happen tonight
: at the say : Purvis said "We
p.m. Calvary Bap but had "the mightiest military yesterday.
nounced for re-election. hold a new election for the chief municipal home rule for the dis racial quotas in employmentor j
Mrs. tist Church in Palatka. this world has ever when the Alabama delegates try have plans for an office build-
Clare Boothe Luce ,of state conceivably reelecttr ict. The Republican platform I elsewhere, and it opposed power
has said she
Miss Martin lived with Mr. ing i Khanh. did not mention either topic. '"preferential practices" to overcome known, greater than the powerof to take their seats for a second ing on the site."
might run as a Conservative and Mrs. J. H. Graham of I the effetts of all the other nations com session No one seemed to know Mrs. McCraw's daugh t e r ,

party candidate. for the same of Micanopy before her:: death. -Dissolve the council after An unexpected plank called Obedience prejudice. bined." how the credentials committee Mrs. Virginia Steen, said she

fice. Rev. Dolphus Wilks will officiate the election, and set up some for changes in the rules of Congress I, ,avy emphasis.to law In was the given civil That power, he said, was would resolve the Mississippi L I had once been told by a friendof

The attorney general's wife, at the funeral. Burial will new form of government. "to assure majority ruler I plank the draft said maintained "to avoid conflict L dispute. the family that the house had

Ethel, was with him as he an- be in Palatka Cemtery. Pall An aide in Khanh's office said after reasonable debate to "lawless disregard for the rightsof and preserve peace." The Mississippi regulars feel I been built right after the end of

nounced. ,bearers will be the deacons of that this version was essentially guarantee that major President legislative -I others is wrongwhether Building on the so called the Freedom Democrats are trump the Civil War.

"All that President Kennedy I the Calvary Baptist Church. correct. It does not mean, the proposals of the 1 used to dny equal rights or "peace issue," Pastore highly group that has no legal I "It was a very unusual
vote after
stood for and all that President Survivors include. two broth 'aide said, that Khanh has resigned -can be brought to a .to obtain equal rights." praised the nuclear test ban status. house," Mrs. McCraw said. "Ap-

Johnson is trying to accom- :ers, H. D. Martin of Palatka his power as chief of Viet reasoi .t"ble consideration in committee Education was discussed at treaty of 1963 and carefully I Negroes claim the regulars t parently there had been two ad-

plish, all the progress that has 'and A. C. of Jacksonville and I Nam. l length. The platform called for pointed out that Goldwater had exclude Negroes from their par ditions to the main structure, in

been made, is threatened by a I two sisters, Mrs. Ola Adams of : The deputy premier for econo- This seemed to propose a new methods of federal aid atall voted against it. I ty and would not support the l lean-to fashion."

new and dangerous Republican Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Effie my, Nguyen Xuan Oanh, told change in the cloture rule ofthe levels. It said more resources When he also praised the passage .: Democratic ticket.Claim Seh said she was saddenedto

assault," the attorney general Melton of Miami. The Associated Press that the Senate, which now requires I must be devoted to preschool of the Civil Rights Act of' see the old house go down.
two-thirds vote to end debate, 1964, however, Pastore did not
a '
training reflecting aj
"I have
Williams Thomas Funeral new move means Khanh no wish something could
"No one associated with Pres- Home is in charge. ,longer is either president or and further weakening of the growing expert opinion that mention that Goldwater had voted Attack been done to save the old
it too. This observers
Committee's gripon against
House Rules this is the best
ident Kennedy and with Presi premier. The military revolu- approach to prevent place."
believed reflected Democratic

dent Johnson no one com BILLIE VARNES tionary council will be called cultural backwardness. fears that that particular Kills 77 J. P. Thompson, whose wrecking -
mitted to participating in civil rights section says The platform endorsed medical
pub into an urgent session tonight, vote will net the Republican i crew is demolishing the
lic life can sit on the sidelines HAMPTON Services for Billie 1- he said, to elect a new chief. that the new civil rights act I care for the aged through candidate heavy support in house said it "isn't any differ-

with so much at stake." Varnes, 73, of Hampton, will Khanh probably will be re "deserv ') and requires full observance :Social Security, another con- the South. Viet ent than any other old house.

Kennedy now lives in Virginia L be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at 'named premier, Oanh said. The by every American 1 t trast to the Republicans.The Instead, Pastore lauded the CongSAIGON "They were well put together -

and maintains a voting resi Varnes Cemetery near L ak e junta then will dissolve itself, and fair, effective enforcementif immigration plank, like .
unusual twistin he said.
Republicans an ,
dence in his native state of r' Butler. and a new junta, comprising i there is any default." 1 t those of past Democratic platforms -i for voting South Viet Nam I
a keynote speech (AP-Government)
Massachusetts. He has negotiated The retired produce merchant civilians as well as military Use of the word "enforce- j called for repeal of the i "four to one" for the civil forces killed I:

for a home on Long Is died Monday at Starke Nursing |men, will be organized. ment," which the Republicansdid national! origins quota system. .rights measure. 77 Viet Cong guerrillas during a h: Gainesville Sun
This was not included in the major sweep for control of the I
land to become a New York; Home after an extended illness.; not use, pleased Northern The keynoter argued that t
I As the news came from the Republican document. rice crops in the delta area Published evenings except ..
resident.He Born in Johnston in 1891, he Kennedy's conduct of the Cubancrisis Saturday, and Sunday morn-
presidential As : around Binh Dinh
office expected the did a U.S. military
building, a platform )
cited lived in the Gainesville Publishing
past connections with I Hampton for the last 11 of 1962 made "Khrush ings by -
I I cheer rose from a mass of dem- ]More About not mention the subject of legislative source said today. Company at 101 SE '
New York state, but said he did I' years after coming from Columbia I
chev pick up his marbles and
onstrators outside. They em- i apportionment. The Republicans He said a three-day Vietnamese 2nd Place.' Gainesville. Florida, .
not base his candidacy upon S. C.Survivors. go home." And "only three and entered os second class 4
[braced each it
other and waved called for limitation of army operation also report
these connections."I Cleo weeks in the Gulf of Ton matter ot the Post Office at
include his widow, their banners wildly. the Supreme Court's decision ago edly had captured 52 Communists l Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
base it on the belief that t Mrs. Lula Taylor Varnes; two that legislative districts must be kin," he said, "Hanoi and Peking and taken a number of F

New York is not separate from daughters, Mrs. J. T. Carter and The government conceded 1 substantially equal in popula-: felt the sting of President weapons. j RATES BY 'i

S the nation in the year 1964," he Mrs. Clyde Wheeler, both of nearly every demand posed by Front Page I t tion. Johnson's determination.The The rice crop is nearing har, CARRIER 1 Week OR.45 MAIL I

said. "I base it on the convic Jacksonville; a son, Willard, the political groups, students, evacuating A proposal to endorse the Supreme Democrats would keep vest and government forces in I 3 Mos. $s.as 4
tion that my experience and my Cayce, S. C.; a brother. Nathan, Buddhists and military factions Castro wasted and no livestock from Court decision lost by''control of the nuclear bomb in the area 275 miles northeast of! All mail subscriptions must

record equip me to understandNew. [Lake Butler; three sisters, Mrs.: opposing Khanh. peasants and from the valley voice vote in the committee. It L the hands of the President, he Saigon are trying to keep as I be paid in advance. 1.

York's problems and to do Lou Reeves, Lake Butler; and The government pledged it the beaches Sierra Maestra, Mountains ,was not supported by most pledged; they would move forward much of it as possible out of' Member of Audit Bureau of t1'
something about them. Mrs. Nola Gillard and Mrs. would create mobile field courts of where he launched the.J backers of the decision, who I to a great society; they: Communist hands. Circulation. ..
"I base it on the fact that the accepted President Johnson's 'would "march forward in Latest AH material contained herein H 1
Fanny both of Jack to deliver I' as reports said the
"instant justice" to him to gov ,
revolution that brought : the property of th Gainesville
greatest state in the union must sonville; 14 grandchildren and corrupt officials and elements of surance- that the way to deal I 1 the more perfect union that is ernment lost three killed and 16 Publishing Company, (c) IfA*. ...
play a leading role at the federal power. ;with the matter not to talk I our American ideaL"Former captured in the Reproduction In whole or In part i'f
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great grandchildren. the defunct Can Lao party of the the sweep. Tb.operation is strictly forbidden without the 1 t
r level in solving these prob Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof late Many had ignored warna it but to sidetrack anti- is continuing. I written permission of the publisher.
President Ngo Diem. i in advance of Flcra and ; UF _!_ \1-.
lems. And I wish to play a part [ Starke is in charge of ai r- ings floods court measures in Congress.The a--------- --- '!I
in that effort., rangements. Deputy Premier Oahn told stayed on to die>in giant platform pledged to Doctors To I.'
down the mountainside.This I
the Associated Press, "a ruling pouring "seek further tax reduction,"

council with the same powersas time, the government made :including elimination of any Present PaperTwo YES!

CBS' New Convention Duo the present junta but made evacuation, mandatory. :"obsolete" excise taxes. The GMCrr

up of civilians will be created. George Dunn, chief storm Republicans called flatly for excise doctors formerly with the I

I. The civilians will be picked forecaster in the Miami Weather -: cuts. University of Florida College of IT'S TRUE! I I

No Bureau said the U. S. Mainland Medicine will present a scientific GENERAL MOTORS
Huntley-Brinkley from a board spectrum of politi-- In the labor field, a higherrnininnirn ;
Twini cal parties and groups so as l would have nothing to fear wage, covering more 'I paper on transfusion experiences I CORPORATION I t
in 100 NO
: heart
i hurricane "for the next open opera- GIMMICKSNO
to be from i
CYNTHIA LOWRYAP completely representative. was endorsed. And
By rigs, were like terriers worry tions this week at the annual
36 hours, anyway. the platform reitereated the call ,
Television-Radio Writer
ing a bone as they concentratedon I meeting of the American Assn. FLIM.FLAM HIt
HOLLYWOOD (AP) CBS' the only two subjects fraught The government also abrogated Radar at the U. S. Navy Base, 'of past platforms for repeal of: of Blood Banks.
Guantanamo Bay Cuba, and reconnaissance -
high command must be with at all the the Taft-Hartley provision allowing I!
disappointed any suspense : the national constitution promulgated The convention is being held

today if it was lookingfor Alabama and Mississippi seating by Khanh nine days watch on planes the hurricane.were keeping states to forbid union .in Washington and ends. Friday.Dr. I BRAND NEW 196

jokes and snappy patter fights and the mystery of ago, which gave him sweeping shops. Robert E. Klein, medical'
from its new conventioncovering President Johnson's choice of a powers. There were no reports of the There was a sizeable section ,director of the Alachua Gen i GMC PICKUP \

team of Robert Trout and vice presidential nominee. After. damage done in Haiti. Last year I.on urban problems, including a eral Hospital blood bank is pres-i

Roger Mudd. a while, repetition of questionsand The situation In Saigon was Flora ,killed thousands there. pledge of continued broad fed .ident elect of the national Model I 1001

The successors to Walter evasive answers began to I confused but the danger of immediate Haiti's mountains slowed Cleo's ,eral aid for housing, mass fran blood banks association.A ..,

Cronkite, making their debuts in palL rioting in the capital I 140 miles an hour winds but the 'sit, urban renewal and open number of Florida cities, including $17500
waS : ONLY
the key' positions on the CBS CBS department of wit and' apparently passed with the government -storm regaining force over space programs. A cabinet department Gainesville, will be represented DOWN I
statement the warm, open waters. for urban affairs was at the convention h-
earnest ,
team, proved proficient humor
was headed by Eric Today's demonstration was Full force of the hurricane endorsed. which begins today. $56.11 Per MonthINCLUDES
highly professional. But Severeid !
whose occasional the biggest .ts..A ."'i. #"PPO'O." 'D.H..1. :,,_
against the govern- V& & A#"
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During the 90 minutes before to-earth and whose remarks are EARL C. MAY ,
Vietnamese state in 1954. was above'normal tides and'f LIFE INSURANCE AND FINANCING CHARGES. _',
the convention was gaveled to often funny. Harry Reasoijer, i
The aggressive, goateed career damaging surf, especially between and EYE IT TRY IT BUY IT NOW AT --
order, their main jobs were too, struck light notes adroitly.H4ntley soldier proclaimed himself Port Maria and Montego1Bay I

r handling the news traffic and and Brinkley the ratings premier a few weeks after he where most of the plush| JACK C MAY __ _

saying "And now we'll take you champs, headed NBC's seized power in a bloodless coup tourist hotels are located. j L Representing lltap ealpottf1WCIt
to the floor aM our correspond-
smooth, well-organized cover last Jan. 30. He replaced Gen. Jamaican weathermen said'

Int. age. Brinkley's greatest talentis Minh, the popular Buddhist who Cleo showel remarkable simili-! The Equitable Life cae __

, The floor reporters of all netWorks his ability to pull together had led the overthrow of the larity to Flora, which lightly Assurance Society ZMK.V. MfcM II.-Ball f "

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j (ktnezuflk inn : Convention Notes VIEWPOINT .' '

."... $fr w ffnrk mint a says, "speaks with an authority Atlantic 1
THE City
rI- that cannot be ignored. -
-; ATLANTIC CITY Thosein ."
charge of keeping order at
_-_ JOHN .. HARRISON, Prtsltftflt MrfPvMUMrj
10 "i PAT COWLBS Vic P,.... SOUTHBy the Democratic National Con- I
oW Florida's Beautiful MIlt H JOHNSON VIC* PrwMMti vention here can count on ATLANTIC CITY Car- Mirage
.* ExKttttvt Kittn W. O. (Ml I) Miss Lois Miller to do her ;
Ir mine G. De Sapio, a very tall, :
KIERSOUE Vke PresMtftt Mtf A4vertttMfl -
11 ..... 'University City1 Direct/ SOB TARTAGUONLS RALPH McGILL part cool and collected politician, J
ptlfl.., Prti WlutafOf 'JUJau By DAVID LAWRENCE
Vice PfMMwit MX Circulate MI...... .' fought back tears here Mon
Ik* AUtaU. (G* ) CaitItU. Miss Miller has been the of-
paraphrase a
$ said his publicized
I day as he goodbye to
THE SUN'S POLICY ficial organist at conventionhall New York paradox uttered just a few weeks ago' at the Re-
a public life in poli
for 23 She knows
years. publican National Convention, the political behavior of this
: :: .. 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news column Humphrey what to do when convention! tics. conclave of the Democrats might well be epitomized as

: 'r 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only editorials. sessions get out of hand. De Sapio, the fallen leaderof follows: .
; : 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial juoes.i .
: She recalls one incident the Democratic organization "Extremism in defense of hyprocrisy is no vice. Modera-

;i : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 .. when a fight started during a in Manhattan and o n ce tion in pursuit of ambition is no virtue." -

Want Adt--376-4672 And labor convention. A national the most powerful Democratic* For it's more like a carnival here than a national as-
labor leader- shouted for her leader in New York state, was sembly designed to nominate a candidate for election to

to play the National Anthem. formally replaced, as Demo- the presidency of the most powerful nation in' the "world.

.: Attacks Mental Health cratic national committeemanfrom The atmosphere rather is that of a carefree reunion of politicians -
on Programs Miss MiJter began playing, New York by Edwin L. from all parts of the country. They know ahead of

KennedyATLANTIC but instead of the' National Weisl Sr.," a close friend of time what they are to do and just how to do it. They don't
.4 Advocating improved mental tional Association for Mental Health, Anthem she played "P a c k President Johnson. even have to worry about whom to select as vice president,

I' health programs in most of the followers of Billy 'James Hargis and CITY Two Up Your Troubles." Th e as this will be told them by the buss Lyndon Johnsonin -

country is regarded not differently members of at least a dozen other names most heard in the struggling delegates heard her The delegation gave DeSap- advance of the balloting. What he dictates will, of course,

than supporting home, family and extreme right-wing groups. The common many non-stop conversatio n s ed and in complied.;The brawl end- io a big ovation. Even an old be ratified in a routine procedure a vote by acclamation -
laughter. after roll call.
a single
similar worthy causes. But in Dallas, theme running through the lit- here are Senator Hubert arch enemy, Mayor Wagner, BUT THE STORY HERE isn't who will be nominatedfor

Tex., and a number of other cities, erature of the groups is that psychiatry Humphrey Robert and Kennedy.Attorney General "The organ," Miss Miller clapped politely. the presidency and vice presidency on the Democratic

4 the individual who speaks up in behalf and the mental health move ticket. It's the story that was apparent also at the Re-

of mental health can find him- ment are subversive devices to en- Senator Humphrey continues publican National Conven-

s self the target of anonymous tele- slave the minds of Americans and to be viewed by those tion in San Francisco. It con-
who become politicaly aware JOHNSON VS. GOLDWATER .
phone and letter-writing campaigns to pave the way for a Communist only in presidentialelection cerns the absolute indiffer-

and charged with bein pro-Com take-over by imprisoning patriots in years as, the eager young pro- ence manifested toward the

munist. mental institutions under the guise gressive who, in;1948, brought pious principle proclaimedby
Civil IssueBy
they are mentally ill. a civil rights issue to the con- Rights the Supreme Court of the

.t :, The Dallas Times Herald recently vention maturity floor.and They growth ignore. that the United States .in a recent decision -

$ reported the following call received Dallas is the current center of attack calling for "one person,
comes with the passing of Congressional Goldwater in 1964 60T his I there have been in
Quarterly problems
by one woman who planned to do volunteer but other cities that have usefully spent and by one vote." For there is no such
years WASHINGTON, D. C. The civil rights program, about the Senate and at home at
work in a mental health fund experienced similar anti-mental the honing edge of experi civil rights records of ,President which you have heard so muchis times." thing as a vote by the citizen -

drive: health campaigns include Houston, ence. No man in the Senate, Johnson and Republican a farce and 'a sham an As vice president, he head- in most of the states of

Fort Worth, Sacramento Tucson and for example, is today more Presidential Nominee Barry effort to set up a police state ed the President's Committeeon the union in the process of

"You're either a Communist or Phoenix. Florida thankfully has been respected by Southern Con Goldwater have moved in diametrically in the guise of liberty." Equal Employment Oppor- selecting presidential nominees. -
1 servatives than Hum-
I just naively helping their cause. For free of this kind of organized acti- phrey. The list Hubert includes those opposing directions In a Senate speech, Mar. 9, tunities. He made some Sen- The convention system
during their public careers.A 1949, Johnson said that pro- ate vice
rulings, as presi-
; sake dear to get vity. he discomfited at the compels the to
\ your we urge you 1948 Congressional Quarterly posed FEPC leg i s lation dent, that displeased rights country

: out of this mental health campaign." 'convention. review shows that President "would necessitate a systemof advocates, but, as the 1963 civ- choose in the November election -

I The arguments of the anti-mental Johnson began his congres- federal police officers as il rights crisis deepened, he between two candidates

The newspaper reports others health people are so patently absurd HUBERT Humphrey is sional career in 1937 as a typical we have never before seen. took an increasingly strong selected by groups of party

working in behalf of mental health that they are unlikely to carry much the one Midwesterner the Southern who farm understands Southerner, voting We in the Senate should stand in favor of new legisla- bosses and politicians who
against anti lynching bills, learn the facts of life. We can-
:- projects have been threatened with weight with the vast majority of problem.The against outlawing the poll not legislate love." tion.When rule the roost without bene-

: boycotts and loss of income. The people. The Dallas mental health fund Southern farmer, small tax, against fair employment As late as 1955 he declared from the Goldwater Phoenix City m o Council v ed- fit of a referendum or any

;: Dallas Association for Mental Health drive collected $6,000 more this year er operation than the vast"factory" practices (FEPC) laws and that the segregation issue "is to the .Senate in 1953, few other representative methodof

: received resignations from 500 volunteer than it did in 1963, despite the attempts farmers of the Mid against modifying the Senate one that has been settled in a 'would have expected that 11 picking delegates to reflect -

: workers prior to the organization's to disrupt it. But it is.tragicthat west fewer, must acres.contend His crops wit; of his to- cloture ters. rule to break filibus- number the courts of and different executive forms by ,years later he would be a voter desires or opinion.

recent fund drive all of those who combat agen- prominent opponent of civil
most are fighting to bacco and cotton are more dependent
cies. is
It was not until 1957 that Congress no longer a
:: them attributed to pressure from the the nation's No. 1 illness-one on price supports Johnson cast a single vote meaningful forum, for such rights legislation. backed The convention here this
Goldwater had
-- anti-mental health campaigner that the American Medical Associa- than the-Midwest and Western that could be considered debate." an. week is no exception to the
end to in Arizona.He
tion terms "America's most pressingand crops. (Sen. .Goldwater has friendly to the civil rights But pressures for civil rights had been a member of the rule. It is a big publicity

: The campaigners include individual !. complex health problem"-are pledged himself to abolish cause. But in that year, and legislation grew. When the Urban League since 1950 (and stunt, reinforced now by nationwide -
price )
supports. again in 1960, he furnished the Eisenhower administration in still is) and record television and by
2 members of the Daughters of having to divert their energies from was on as
: the American Revolution, whose national the task to counter efforts of those The effect is that farm leg leadership essential to pass 1957 pressed for a rights law, having given $500 to the N.A.A. movies and singers on oneday's
islation has played an important the first two civil rights laws Johnson at first voted to send C. P. at one time.
and then
and Texas affili-. who would program on
organization irresponsibly undermine
part in the big success since Reconstrtction. the measure to the hostile -
As a small state
1 .ate are strongly opposed to the NaI support of mental health ,programs.It. story of American agriculture.. Nominated as vice presi- Judiciary Committee. But, tative, however, Goldwater represen-always another day solemn memorial -

The largest amount of food dential candidate in 1960, when that move failed, he opposed steps to services and eulogies.
I -- THE KINGMAKERSCan't ,and fiber. exports in the 'history Johnson backed that ye a r's cast the first pro civil rights make it easier to invoke cloture
: -of the nation is a result Democratic platform with its vote of his career for a ma.lion in the Senate. The

of several factors- chief sweeping civil rights propos- to begin consideration of saw him move further years and THERE ARE, ot course

: 1912 among them is the sensible,,, als. As president he gave the bill. further away from federal plenty of cynics here among
Compare to strong backing to the bipartisan -
equitable legislation. Johnson subsequently voted action in the rights cause as the newsmen. They know
Civil Act of 1964.
Sen. Humphrey's entire record Rights for the two principal weakening he became increasingly con- from past observation that
Goldwater the other
Familiars with this states- tial nomination".that included is one of responsibility.While on amendments but voted for cerned with states' rights. what I in
Ntw Unrk Hmt._ Sen. Goldwater v o t ed hand, started his public career the bill on final passage and professed a party
man whose sterling worth and a worthy paint-and varnish of Goldwater voted for the 1957
as a strong supporter in
platform or campaign
By ARTHUR KROCK for Adam Clayton Powell's irresponsible was credited with aid in liningup
impressive claims to the vice manufacturer from Louisvillebut integration in Arizona. His act on final passage. He vot-
votes.In speeches is both ambiguousand
amendments (attached -
ATLANTIC CITY N. J.- ed for down amend-
presidential nomination are ommitted Woodrow Wil- leadership helped end segre- watering -
Those who urged usually as riders to appropriation 1959, Johnson introducedthe ments to the 1960 bill then partisanly misleading.When .
Republicans sometimes obscured: by his son. But the hopes of the leadIng gation in his family depart- ,
broadening the contest for non-stop ebullience, can contender, speaker ) seeking auto- ment store, Phoenix schools first civil rights bill of his failed to vote on final passage two major party con-
the party's presidential nomInation scarcely 'recognize the senior Champ Clark, that this omission matically to cut off all federal and restaurants and the Arizona career. Also in 1959 he opposed although he announced that he ventions deal so arbitrarilywith

this year so that San senator from Minnesota as, In was a tacit endorsement funds from states where' desegregation National Guard.In a complete change of favored the measure either national ,or international -

Francisco would be "a convention remarkably, comparative si!- vanished as quickly as of schools had not 1953, his first year in the the cloture rule but won Sen- By 1964, the situation had question, it can be

and not a coronation" lence.he hopefully awaits the Bryan's that his fourth nom- been completed, Sen. Hum- Senate, Goldwater actually co- ate approval of his own compromise changed. In 1963 the nation truly dangerous to( the wel-
phrey was those who it ,
could not have coined a phrase happy. agony of the descent ination might be p 0 ss ible. denounced among sponsored a fair employment making slightly witnessed a civil rights drive fare of the people. Let one
such moves as politically easier to invoke cloture.In .
more descriptive in reverseof upon his hunched-up shoulders Shifting then to the role of inspired and refusedto practices measure proposedby 1960, he played a key role which aroused dCp enmitiesin example be :

the rival party's assembly.And of the branding iron king-maker, Bryan took the support them. Indeed, as the National Associationfor in winning Senate passage of the South, where Goldwa- Just 48 years ago the,, slogan -
the crownings on J." first dramatic in the the Advancement of Colored ter's strength was centered.
though lettered "L. B. step the nation looks back to 1948, a rights bill. Johnson and of the Democrats in the
the boardwalk have been con- Except, however, for the thrilling series which was to it is clear that had Sen. Hum- People.But other congressional leaders Moreover, when the civil I 1916 presidential campaign

): fined hitherto to, the females fact that it is a president by end in Wilson's nominat io n. phrey's moderate pol icies Goldwater's strong pen- agreed on enough weakening rights bill)) came to the Sen- was "peace and prosperity."

of the species, theseat constitutional succession, and Obliged ,by then to make a been then and there whole- chant for limited constitutional amendments to persuade the ate in early 1961, presidential It was a phrase bellowed

least have established a after only a few months in choice among Clark, who hada heartedly supported and implemented government has led him Southerners not to filibuster to politics made it impossible for forth constantly at the.Dem. -

royal tradition for the impending office, who has acquired this majority but not the required the nation and though he still backs integration the bitter end. Johnson's liberal Johnson to agree to major ocratic National Convention,

\ mechanistic coronation imperial power over his par- two-thirds of that perIod more especially the Southern on the local level to opponents argued he had weakening amendments as which was held at St. Louis,

here of President Lyndon B. ty and its national conven- Wilson and House Major- states, would have been spar- support most restrict i v e bargained away too much, but he had in 1957 and 1960. Mo. The keynote_speaker was

Johnson. tion, this dominance by a ity Leader Underwood of Ala- ed much of the present rgony. amendments to the 1957 and his defenders noted that, with- Goldwater opposed the 1964 the Democratic governor of

This will be the unruffled White House incumbent is not bama, Bryan attributed to 1960 bills and to vote againstthe out his legislative skill and cloture motion needed to ,New York, Martin H. Glynn.He .

affirmation of party sovereignty without parallel. Trie! conven- Clark the preference of "Wall SEN. HUMPHREY has 1964 Civil Rights Act. He "sense of the possible," there break the Southern filibuster.He described successive crises -

that General Eisenhower tions of the party out of power Street", which he incarnatedas earned the opportunity to be- has waged his campaign with toward would probably have been no voted to strike out the in America's international'
\ and other Republicans sought produce the conflicts which "Morgan, Ryan and Bel- come a vice presidential can- presidency a bill. public accommodations sec- relations of those days, and
clear appeal to the South and '
tion of the bill and
to avert, and in a measure raise them into political his- mont." didate. Support for him is has branded sections of the Seeking the 1960 Democratic the praised President Wilson's
title. He said he
\ J succeeded in averting, at San tory from the dull level of Thus summoned to the traditional greater than for any other sin- 1964 rights bill as unconstitu- presidential nomi- other sections of the favored bill but all part in the development of
submission. And in these Democratic gle candidate. Southern congressmen foreign policy. Recalling each
I : Francisco. con- holy war, tional and steps toward a "po nation, Johnson found his in the end,. voted against the
j It is proceeding here with flicts the Democrats have the convention shouted downa and senators owe lice state." Southern roots still a major entire bill international dispute, he would
warning that the
the precision of Sherman'smarch provided the greater thrills.Of counter-attack on Bryan as him a debt of approval and Throughout his first 20 yearsin embarrassment.After public accommodations and cry out: "And what did he
those to which the mind "the from Nebras- commendation.Atty. do? He settled the matter my
to the sea. The federal Marplot Congress 1937 to 1956 selection as the 1960 fair employment titles
,troops of the Democratic turns from his dreary invest- ka" by Joyn B. Stanchfield, Gen. Robert Kennedymay Johnson voted 100 per cent of Democratic vice presidential unconstitutional and would negotiation." There would
become the require -
# Party have effected a strategic iture of the now and future a New York lawyer with lucrative tor from New York.junior One sena- the time with the Southern candidate, Johnson appeared a "police state" for en- then be a momentary pause,
occupation of rebellious Ala- Democratic king, none is Wall St;practice; and position on civil rights. before a group of Dem- forcement. and the whole audience of

bama without firing a shot. more vivid by contrast, sustained the pro-Wilson motion some hears pro of and it heated con discussion and Johnson's public statements ocratic Negro leaders to' say: ,Thus Goldwater begins the ,delegates sing out: "And he
And some deserters from insurgent or more typical of the by Newton D. Baker to apoplectic. The Constitution near, matched his voting record. At "From the bottom of my presidential election campaignof kept us out of war!

Mississippi, whose inherent warlike potential of free the Ohio delegation from however, leaves no doubt an Austin, Tex., political rally heart, I have done my level 1964 with the support 'of

t ancestors defied the gunboatsof the Democratic Party, than the confinement of the "unit- about meaning or intent. The May 22, 1948, he said in best to make progress in the the most ardent segregationist THIS DRAMATIC stunt, repeated -

Admiral Porter until Vicks- the convention of 1912 at Bal rule". To the vociferous ac language-is plain: "No person words strongly reminscent of field of civil rights, thoughny groups in the country. several times, was

burg was pounded into'ruins, timore. The man of mysterywas companiment of "We Want shalt be a senator who II shall greeted with deafening applause -
the portals of William Jennings Bryan Wilson" from what seemed to I .
are approaching not have attained to the age of and cheers. But exactly -
the White House with the who though thrice nomi- be the entire Princeton undergraduate thirty years, and been nine one month after the

k k' signed "loyalty oaths" that nated for president and body in the gal- years a citizen of the United Voice of the inauguration of Mr. Wilson

are the symbols of unconditional thrice defeated, still could be leries, a shift to Wilson by Un- States, and who shall not, People for a second terms the same

: surrender. the kingmaker if obliged to derwood's 100 delegates was when elected be an inhabitantof President was asking Congress -

Perhaps on the conclusion forego his last dream of the followed by the delivery of Illinois that state ,for which he I to recognize a state of

p I that, though not always do crown. by Roger Sullivan, clinch i shall be chosen." On The Sun's Opinion Page=== way, and the United States
I I : "the meek inherit the earth," On the Sunday before the ing the nomination of the gov- Mr. Kennedy clearly is eli- thus entered World War I.

the scriptural pronouncement convention met Bryan mad ernor of New Jersey. gible in New York, even as Opinions on4 comrnentsof Sun rt.Jtn ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters

1 T is verified in the practice of his final effort to transmitthis As George Gobel might observe Pierre Salinger was eligible: to not must exceed 1. signed 500 cad words beer..1 the must writer'a bo written*""". Nam" will! b' withheld! if requested. A letter should Was the enemy deceived

t ': Democratic politics under dream into a reality. He they don't scarcely be a candidate in Califor Sun reserves the right te reject ony letter or on to only shorten one it side, without o* the chon9in9 paper. Poetry the connot writer's b.meaning used. The or into thinking the American

It President Johnson, even Hubert issued a list of "100 Demo- make Democratic conventions nia. illte"!.... __ politicians would have
I Humphrey is living by crats worthy of the presiden like that no more. Was ChristA : that he can be put in the erriies to find any error in his enough influence to prevent
THE KENNEDY.' andSalinger class with Christians. Some life, yet it is clear that Christ resistance to the Kaiser's aggression -
campaigns may be'a Christian? think Christ was a Christian was not a Christian, since a or that American
= POTOMAC FEVER healthy development n e because they are thinking of Christian is a redeemed sin- military participation would
: New Yorker summed it up EDITOR, Sun: Let's consider Christianity as a moral system come too late to save Eu-
- 'I By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau well, saying: '"I would prefer the "sidetrack" in-a prior and a moral system only. ner.It is of interest to note Tac rope?

: The war on poverty will begin immediately. The administration's objective a competent so called discussion of Christianity. Was Thus a. person who lives by itus, writing near the end of

-. 2 is to spend the next' two months making everybody rich enough to pay his carpet bagger to an' incompetent Christ a Christian? The very these principles is a Christian. the first century said, "T he In 1940, the- Democratic

:= own bus fare to the polls. ward heeler." question may seem irreverentto And since Christ perfectly liv- vulgar call them Christians.. presidential nominee, Presi-

It is, in a sense, a reflec- some, or an effort after ed the moral principles whichhe The author or origin of this dent Franklin : O Roosevelt,

> The Atomi Energy Commission will set off an underground nuclear explosion tion on New York's Democrats cheap sensationalism. Of taught, Christ is a Chris- demonination, Christus, had, campaigned successfully fora

;! in Mississippi next month. Another example of outsiders going in there and that they do not havean course, he was a'Christian, is tian.The in the reign of Tiberius, been third term and promised '4
i:= stirring things up. outstanding candidate of the reaction of some, New Testament certainly executed by the Procurator, the people they would be
their own. Mr. Kennedy is Additional thought, how teaches moral principles Pontius Pilate.' From the kept out of war. It is lo be
:: A TV network plans to use George Gobel as a commentator during the Democratic competent. He also is uncor ever, will show not only that and an individual cannot bea second century onward the hoped that Khrushchev will

_i ""- Convention. George costs more than Mr. Eisenhower, of course, but Ike ruptible. He is, in the wisdomof Christ was not a Christian, but faithful Christian unless he term Christian has been accepted not misread the campaign

t, I : can't play the guitar. the founding fathers, eli that the idea that he was a endeavors to live a good mor- speeches of 1964 as did theautocraticgovernznen
gible for the Senate. Christian is the result of a al life. Although Christ 'certainly by believers as a title t

,Il -: Sen. Goldwater sayt reporters who write about him don't do as good a. jobt Change continues And here misconception of the nature of perfectly demonstrated pf. onor _.rather than one pf;,L. which, respectively, forced s

) t L as Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John did in their day. Even allowing for-the difference 'by the broad Atlantic there the Christian faith. Becausewe the moral principles which be scorn. ,. Americans: entry jnto World

_f II H in subjects'Z7i" -. ",- ---- are many signs of it revere Christ we must de- taught, and challenged his enA OBSERVER War I and World War-IL '
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:: (AP) Pan and management leaders broke mployes and flight service per-
"American Airways was hit early off. Picket lines were set up a'' onnel it represents. hey

today by an AFL-CIO Transport Pan American bases on both About 1,100 to 1,200 employ ,

Workers Union strike after a coasts. walked off their jobs at 2:1 nd
: The company said in advanceof a.m. at New York's John F.
"breakdown in negotiation the walkout that strike
a Kennedy International Airport, Ig
aimed at averting a walkout of probably would ground all its the union said. -
some 12,000 employes. A federal flights. Its planes carry about c1-
About the same time, the union
mediator said negotiations had 17,000 persons daily. ..d
called 2,500 of its members
reached an "insurmountable The union is seeking a 15 per
J off their jobs on the Pacific
impasse. cent pay raise, improved vacations -
I' 'Coast and Hawaii. About 150
Union members began walk- a shorter work week and ...s>ysiss
Miami the
marched in
s ,
:, Ing oft the job within an hour other fringe benefits for the pickets
'union said. 1
JI after negotiations between union maintenance, ground service SCHOLARS
Pan America operates .no I SMART "\
I domestic flights but flies to r'' II G P(I'liffiQUALITY'T I I 'nu'R 1h1 ilulll! !I.,, II I !I I I I Ii I I \\ I -

points throughout the world I SA V lIS DOLLARS ,1 I
""J Ii Legislators May Study I'I ''
:from New York, Miami, Chicago I, y. I
Washington, Seattle, Wash., FIELDS '
AT J. M. !
I I Blackwell ResignationTALLAHASSEE Portland, Ore., San Francisco, : ''d '
Los Angeles and Houston, Tex. II

1 TALLAHASSEE (AP) The education committee for next The union said the 2,700 em- I I OUTSTANDING SELECTION GIRLS' I I -
I r i I resignation of Dr. Gordon Black- Wednesday.The ployes it represents at Cape I -

i well as president of Florida subcommittee was Kennedy, Fla., would take no I I II II
: State University may be ap part in the strike. The union hasa '
pointed to check into the admin-
no-strike agreement with the DRESSES = I
\ checked by a legislative study istration of the university system '
I subcommittee. and Ashler said he thought 'federal government) affecting DISCOUNT I -- I
4 I Rep. Phil Ashler of Escam- it should inquire into the reasons :missile site workers. The Cape llii o
I ; bia County called a meeting of why "persons like Dr. Blackwell 'Kennedy union members workon I -
\ subcommittee from the higher are resigning." I launching pads, fueling mis- I I f I
?r siles and on maintenance. II IIIIuI li II I 1 I 1I I Ii l I
\ I i I tunnw_ _?_ddll1II I 1 III
I The resignation was cited by Also unaffected, the union

I\ Cyprus Chief Secretary of State Tom Adams ,said, will be charter flights for : I $2 3 to 6X / -
as a symptom of shortcomings ;the; Military Air Transport Serv- rI
I : in Florida's university system. i I COUPONS I 7to 14
; Holds Talks Gov. Farris Bryant disputed Ad- ice.The negotiations broke down I

ams' contention, saying that ,after a new offer by Pan American -
Choose from
while there needs for im- ; a assortment 1, i.
were the union said
i I which 'I '' COUpON
I In Greece provements, the higher educa- ,"wasn't very good." -- CUP;HIS of 100% cotton, wash V wear ( / ,. j.- i*I
dresses with ..
ETSNOTEBOOKt some famous i
tion of Florida
system was
gen- In addition to the wage increase I 300 SHE -
ATHENS, Greece (AP) erally good. the union's demands in- ,\ "ScotchguafcT rain end stein
President Makarios of Cyprus Other legislators on the study I lude reduction of the work ; FllUR PAPIRc repelfer.
flew here today from Nicosia committee include Rep. R. 0. 1 week from 40 to 37% hours, \ ( I
I. and met Premier George Mitchell of Leon County, Osee t three: weeks vacation after five I With Ines \ ) I
Papandreou in what appearedto Fagan of Alachua County and years service instead of the
I shirtwaists, jumper and soHor styles,
be an effort to iron out differences -Earl Faircloth of Dade County I resent 10 years service and REG.47c n.. \\ hi I
I I I n one two piece, with short,
between them. and Sens. A. J. Ryan of Fort i improved insurance and pension i' ._.... -_._" I
long, and 3/4 sleeves. )
Makarios was invited here by Lauderdale and Ralph Blank of I enefits. I ) I
the Athens government only a West Palm Beach. Average wages are now $3.31in I ,
few hours after Cyprus Foreign hour for mechanics, $2.55 for CUP THIS COUpON Select from solids, prints and plaids, I

Minister Sypros Kyprianou and BeverageDept. :ground service personnel, $2.83 1\:\ NOTEBOOK in teal blue, scarlet, lime, navy,
Papandreou conferred. for port stewards who handle 3 HOLE
cranberry, and char-f .
Kyprianou came out of the f food and other provisioning of I i rown
meeting Monday night talking Tally If planes I and $475 monthly for ".Be.ne-lB.HgJl \ I .
about "complete independence"for light stewards, stewardesses I -

Cyprus while Papandreou The State Beverage Depart- md pursers. WITH 68 J\\ GIRLS' PANTIES
said "enosis (union with ment, which patrols for : : COUPON .
Greece) is the natural solu- shine, gambling and moon-I" I REG. 98 c I

tion." lations of state laws, ....."., .' .:.:..._:.;.,....-- 5f'OR I .
total of 26 arrests in Alachua 0 I .., "
County during July. Yovr'cboke of cotton or ocetofe po>4i $ B
InHistory I bond and picot legs..fforob...fancy be";
t Today One arrest for moonshine and Business I Modern..CHARGE IT! trims in white, pink, blue, maize 4-141 J 7. I
25 arrests for other violationswere B Aut. 1/ A\ I
reported by the BeverageDepartment's I You don't need cash to save on over 1
monthly state- '% Home I 100,000 items for home and family I

ment. Life I
By Eighteen trials resulting in 14 I
Today is Tuesday, Aug. 25, convictions, two acquittals and : s 215 N.E. I T '
the 238th day of 1964. There are > 1st Strict II
two dismissals ,occurred. Fines I
128 days left in the yea '
FR 2-3576
Today's highlight;: in history..:, totalling $863 were assessed. I I BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE: Boys' Wash 'N' Wear ,. .- I II
= tftJJ .1. f'! .
Oman n this dale in ism i'''r vtn-' r
commander in Paris surrendered
On this the date-city.: $t 'We Cater to Your Good Appearance" 1.:fi s:
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In 1835, Ann Rutledge: died in 4 !

New Salem, 111, sending young + : II
Abraham Lincoln into grief described -
as approaching mad 4 4 :

ness. -c fi I .
In 1939, Britain and Poland 2$3 r 14S
'= Authentic i I 0/ i
signed a mutual assistance trea- r' ? II

ty. -I, I $3 I
In 1945, Gen Douglas Mac- qjii 1
Arthur announced the final: I Short sleeved with button
signing i of surrender terms with J down or regular collars,
Japan would be delayed until I solids; checks, stripes, prints. 'I
September. because of tjphoons. < SIzes 6 to 14. 65% Dacron, 35% Cotton, '
Ten years ago Nationalist : ; rayon and ace+ote. V I
Chinese President Chiang Kai .

shek appealed for aid to victims I ,. i
o ; ly or lob styles I
of the worst flood in more <, .. 100% Supima Cotton
than 100 years on the Yangtzeand t : o :R, s. v\ Men's W0% I
W WeorCheo&e
Hwai rivers on the Commu- Charge It ; + rfi BRIEFS & TEE SHIRTS I -s

nist-held mainland. t ,'. : .
blue, green, grey, II
Five ago-The Chinese a -
r Communists admitted that their : 1 2l44World's CFonbeny notoral. w
production figures for 1953 had 4I
I I been grossly overstated in an ': Fremm' own Dacromatic slacks are tapered. s v ]I finest supima cotton. Silkier Sues 8 to >4 ;
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students were arrested in South cottonMAKEJ.M.
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j opposition to the government. fi: I J I II I III! 1111 Il I !!!m nn n I I n 1 nil rmmnnl tlptlllllliI; ill) lIII 1(' :: FIELDS YOUR SAVINGS CENTER FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL I I I !

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TOKYO (AP) Typhoon Ka- i SS: III I I III III Ii I tit;:. U. S. 441 at 23rd Blvd. CHARGE IT! QUALITY. I DISCOUNTS. .

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Collision x '#k,::.'M'%: For Battle Against GOPBy I

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} TYLER, Tex. (AP) Nine c ry .<
persons-five from Illinois, four JAMES MARLOW .and, while'Goldwater later said and Southern members of the of population. I Judges Of rate hits

from Texas-were killed Monday Associated Press News Analyst he did not want the support Platform Committee acclaimed! : The Supreme Court had or- tM valu of our ear nd

when a car and a pickup ,.J ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) the Ku Klux Klan, he did not ofl their work as a "unity" plat- dered this to give all voters amore I insurance!Contact Ig

] truck collided in a dark downPour 1ritri The Democrats have laid the same about the Birchites. form and a winner in Novem- equal voice in their legis- Isle today -

near this eastern Texas down, in a speech and a plat- 3. The platform promised new ber.It latures. It could wreck some ci-
r. form, the main lines they will programs such as expandedaid said but didn't attempt to present state political machines. 117 N.E. i td

city.The sole survivor was an 8- pursue in the 1964 campaign.But to education and broader promise, even if the Democratsare There is a fight now in Congressto 16th Aye.Phone .

year-old girl who lay in a hospi- the platform showed the health facilities, to name a cou- in control that Congress postpone or entirely block thecourt's 1 .
.H controlling hand of President ple which would should its rules to end
mean even
tal unaware her parents, two .. ... decree.
.. _..#3t.i.'l .'N...... < ;._ 4
"" even broader participation of the fed- filibusters after reasonable de
sisters and brother died in the 4J
) s st a AffairIt though he was eral government in American bate. The filibuster is the South- The Democratic platform not J FRanklin
t s collision. Family still in WashingAnaI'sls: erners' main weapon against only didn't back up the court, it 2.0444 J
She is Gayle Redeker life.The
ton as much by What The : Republican platform civil rights bills. never reapportionment. -
was termed in fair condition at was a family affair recently when James A. A Platform Committee
what it left unNews promised some new And for the first tine since
I Medical Center Hospital here. Smith, of the Gainesville Navy Recruiting Station programs source said Johnson had sent I Ralph Turlington
said as by what too, but because of its heavy World War II the
Dead in the Means '
car were Gayle'sparents reenlisted for his last hitch before retirement. Mas- word he wanted no reference to'
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I I ter Chief Machinist's Mate Smith who completed 2-1 it pinpointed.It's emphasis on less governmenthelp omitted any demand for new the subject because in his: view f 1211112

Redeker of Route 2, Box 116, years of Navy service, was congratulated by Cmdr. a compromise and participation it is basi- civil rights legislation.Even any position the platform took STATE FARM"
Milford, Ill. two other daughters Wells officer in charge of the Jacksonville document cally different from the Democratic though Goldwater voted 9 Fire Casualty Company
,f ; !i Bradford .(would alienate city voters or Hoir.a "fite:Bloomington, prim ":
i t Alma and Beverly, both!, Recruiting District. Looking on (from left) are plainly intended to prevent par document). against the 1964 civil rights bill,!farm voters. I
splits. Particularlyit I. ___ _
tI ty-shattering It was on some sub- the Republican platform this -----
I 31; and a 16-year-old son. Smith's wife, Margaret; his son, Buzz and daughter very sore on -u
I. tries to avoid alienating Ne- ;'Acts +h..J 41D _1..L "uh;,....... d 1'ttL... .t ,I t- r4
Killed in the pickup truck I Linda I" uiat emocra is seeme' a "" ) renger )
i 3vere William David Frizzell, 24, groes or Southerners, city- form was most cautious. Y'-I.I suthan the Democrats.

Freddie Hammonds, 19; Leon dwellers or farmers. stance, civil rights. ,I I While it promised "fall im-'
:Y. Ward, 43; and Louis Gill, 23, 1st Reads Mass Yet, the successful very conscious search, and for It promised "fair, effective plementation and faithful execution -I LIFE

) J1ll of the Tyler area. I ;harmony apparently here is going to make enforcement" of the Civil of the civil rights act of
Rights Act of 1964. This is 1964," it went on to :premise,
: Central College the Democrats' get togethereven the least it could do without "such additional legislative:

duller than last month'sRepublican alienating Negroes and Northern actions as may be required." i
Enrolls 935 In Form convention where
I English liberals. Because it was a But the Democrats' platform} MUFFLERSNON
the forces of Sen. Gold- '
: Barry minimum, it would not infuriatethe entirely ducked and here I I
OCALA 935' water dominated the '
3 Approximately completely South. Johnson's hand was plainly at
s students had enrolled for credit ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) A One of the hymns was by 'show. The best evidence that this work any mention of the I! TRANSFERABLE

classes for the 1964 fall term Roman Catholic Mass, presented Martin Luther, 16thcenturyGerman Here are those main lines voters -was the language of political I problem of reapportioning state) INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Nor. Credit Cards

at Central Florida JuniorS for the first time in English Reformation leader. can expect the Democratsto compromise is that Northern legislative districts on the basis I j
iollege; by the close of formal enraptured 11,000 persons wit Another hymn sung in Englishwas follow:

:registration: Friday according nessing the historic event Mon- part of a Mass written 1. Americans never had it so

-to James F. Gilligan, acting day and seemed to fulfill its three years ago by the Rev. good and were never militarilyso Pierce WuIb rnM rph

dean of students. aim-: To present the Gospel in Clarence J. Rivers 33, a Negro strong as under the Kenne- .

Day and evening classes be- familiar terms.It I priest from Cincinnati, Ohio. dy Johnson administrations.The 33 /2 N. MAIN ST.. Corp. 'PHONE. 376' .. 129L-o. :
gin: today. was the first time the dialogue Father Rivers sang it in a rich Democrats claim the longest 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489

\ Friday's tally with a weekof between priest and the baritone while communion was ___ and_n_ _strongest__ __ __ peacetime Member* -- New York Stock Exchange

late registration for credit laity was in English during wor- distributed.A prosperity in our history. --

students still remaining was 74 ship a change that will come layman, John Manion of 2. Extremism will be a per-

above last fall's final credit total to all Latin rite churches in this Washington, D.C., was narratorof sistent Democratic target.

of 861. country on Nov. 29, the first dayof the Mass, speaking from the The platform condemned it,

Late registration carrying a the ecclesiastical year. sacristy before the altar. specifically naming the Com-

$5 late fee begins today and Not all the Mass was in Eng- Permission for holding partsof munist party, the Ku Klux Klan J

will continue through Friday, lish as it is expected to be the Mass in the language of and the John Birch Society. Pas-

August 28.Border. eventually. The prayers said at their country was given last tore said the Republicans have
the foot of the altar by the cele- year by the Second Vatican been taken over by reactionaries -

Fuss brant, the Rev. Frederick R. Council and Pope Paul VI. and extremists.The .

SANTIAGO, Chile AP) McManus, of Washington, D.C. Its first presentation in Eng- Republican platform
Chile has requested Britain'sQueen were in the traditional Latin. lish opened the 25th annual avoided repudiating extremismMonopoly A

Elizabeth II to arbitrate, The service veered from tra- liturgical week a four day

a frontier dispute with Argenti-! dition in other respects, too. Fa- workshop on church matters for !
a frontier dispute with Argentina -! ther McManus: faced his huge 15,000 priests, nuns and lay peo I ,

involving a frontier area covering congregation from a dais raised ple.A :
96,000 acres of good land. three feet from the auditoriumfloor. 42-member commission including In Bubble

Each country gives a different The alter was a simple two Americans, will be-

i interpretation to the general gray block flanked by 40 gray gin next April to rewrite the en- Gum FieldNEW

treaty of arbitration of May 28,I wooden cubes upon which sat tire Mass. One of the Americansis

1902, in which the British crown I the priests who helped distri- Joseph Cardinal Ritter, arch- gl t
YORK (AP) Topps'bubble "
also was involved. bute communion. bishop of St. Louis. j q -i'
gum cards with picturesof
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baseball players my look

r = like kid stuff, but a Federal
mar Transforms Trade Commission examinerhas
= CyprusTo ;.. ., at
ruled that the firm has a -

monopoly in them. i if

In a 113-page decision, exam-
I Cauldron of Hate Fear.By iner Herman Tocker proposed CK

Monday that the company
should limit the length of the
11 _. GEORGE \ I'I but no part of the North Atlantic, seemingly permanent embattled contracts it signs with players.He .

1 I UNICpSIA, ) Alliance, which Greece values.He character since practical civil said that Topps with an-

-Years of battle and I wants union, but no lessen. war broke out in December.Its nual sales of $14 million the

ling between Turk ing of the heady role now played present difficulties date largest of bubble gum makers

:have turned this 'by his tiny island. from a warm August day in had by extensive missionarywork I a a 0tl
"r tiful island into a I There is a genuine fear London four With in the minor leagues
years ago.
Cauldron of hate ,among responsible diplomats, restrained enthusiasm, Britain, signed virtually every major
The 400,000 i that the volatile Greek Cypriots, Turkey and Greece reached an league player.A I
in the absence of settlementmay ,
:Turks on Cyprus a
agreement granting the former spokesman for the company
-else. make of their island a
They are -
British colony independence said any adverse decision by the
tive, self-centered Mediterranean Cuba. of a sort. Turkey and Greece full commission would be appealed -
Facing isolation, No Greek Cypriot voice i is, I
would maintain troops on the island -
feat and possible motherland"I raised publicly to point out the. the Turkish minority
Turkish Cypriot contradiction in President Mak-. In 1961 Topps had on its roster
have a veto over certain
survival. Stoically, arios, a bearded Greek Ortho legislation and a constitution 446 of the 450 major league 1

Turkish dox archbishop, asking for military wrapped it all up neatly. players. The young fans trade
will save him. He aid from the jolly atheist cards or buy more bubble gum

listen to Ankara's Nikita Khrushchev. I Gen. George Grivas, whose to get the cards they want, and
The Greek )' I I It isn't thought the least odd, Greek Cypriot guerrillas had the progress of a player during,

.complicated.He i either, when the Greek high harassed the British for years, the season can be charted by his i I II
dreams of a I I commissioner in London says a went home in bitterness and dis- value on the bubble gum card j,

4 i ,Greece which I third world war would be preferable gust, charging Makarios with exchange. I
"weave together a to making concessions to treason for accepting less than M
t Tocker accused the I
conflicting desires. I Turkey.The full union with greece enosisis companyof
to the
contributing "regimen
union with "the island has taken on a the Greek word for it.
i tation of the baseball-card buy ;

ing public." I

11 I Fagan to Aid in Probe agreements He said with Topps'6,500 exclusive ballplayers !I,

run for five years and are
V t renewable before they expire. o

j Of Blackwell The ballplayers get $125 a year i I
ResignationBy if their picture is used. They are !i
"I signed in the minors for a $5 j

I JEAN CARVERSun ation will be discussed," Fagan I check into Sec. of State ,Tom binder. j 1

Staff Writer explained this morning. Adams' proposal that trustee Tocker proposed limiting the
Rep. Osee Fagan will be a Fagan said the subcommitteeis boards be appointed for each contracts to two years, limitingthe I

t member of a legislative sub- one of three branch c o mmit- state university to relieve the firm's power of renewal,
committee scheduled to discuss tees headed by Sen. Jack Ma- State Board of Control from and voiding any existing con- "
FSU President Dr. Gordon thews' education committee.The handling trivial matters. tract after October 1966. FOOTBALLWhen

Blackwell's resignation next Ashler committee is con- ,

t next week in Tallahassee. cerned with administrative matters Named Member Slay InvadersI

Fagan, who headed the sub- in the state's higher education Of I i I
committee until he recently program. KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia

stepped down as chairman be- "The so-called charges that AdministratorsEdward (AP) The Defense Ministry

cause "I become a has been have been bandied about with announced today three more Indonesian football ;'
swings into action the 1 18 area'schools will keep in
you :
in January, said ChairmanPhil the Blackwell resignation are H. Clarkson, Alachua invaders have been this fall, Gainesville Sun readers will the know on the level. .
Ashler of Pensacola call- ,centainly part of the things with General Hospital administrator, killed, bringing the total dead to know what prep ..<
ed the meeting. which this committee is concerned became a member of the Amer- 14. Forty-one others reportedlyhave is going on-all the way The pros, both National and
"I suspect the Blacks ell situ-t ," Fagan said today. ican College fo Hospital Admin- been captured. : from high schools' to the pros. American Football Leagues will be .:

The Ashler sub committee istrators in weekend ceremon- IN JHlofolt JUDGE'S TurO IN-I Yes. it all will be offered to you fully them covered best. by writers who know.

-Reservists j which has six members: ies in Chicago.The DAN i' in the action-pocked FOOTBALL

Return From win: meet! in Tallahassee next convocation ceremo n y Estate RE ofPETE .z SPECIAL coming Sept. 6 cs a supple- Add a vast collection of pictures 4
Wednesday.\ precedes the annual meeting of Peter Dingle DINGLE. Abo known a* ment to the regular Sunday edition. and schedules of oil major college

-2-Week Cruise According to wire service re- the college in conjunction with Deceased. teams and you come up with a truly
ports, Ashler said although hecould the American Hospital Assn. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAn I' The nation's finest sports writers exciting. Issue.
:Five local Navy reservists subcom- 'convention. Creditors of the Estate of Pete will bring you the latest facts and
not speak for the This second annual edition be
DIngie also known Peter can
as Dingle deceased predictions
ieturned this weekend from a ]mittee on the Blackwell sub are hereby notified and requiredto on all the major college used for reference throughout the I
file any claims or demands whkh'trIey ; conferences.
two week training cruise from ject; he felt the group "should Subs lo JapanTOKYO may have against said Estate in : football season. It's on invaluable
Mayport to Guantanamo Bay. ]inquire into why persons like chua the Office County of Florida the County, in the Judge Courthouseat of Ala- I Outlooks, rosters and schedules of source of information for the grid fan.
:During the duty tour, reservists Dr.] Blackwell are resigning." (APU.S.. nuclear- Gainesville Florida, within six (6) I
calendar months from the date of the
aboard the USS
English rescued The Escambia County representative powered submarines this year first publication of this Not.ce. Each I
a drifting cabin cruiser said it would be up to will be allowed to make their claim and must or demand state the must place be or in residenceand writing i And: remember, SEPT 6 in the ;; ,
from Fort Lauderdale. The pest office address of ;::
;the subcommittee to decide :first visit to Japan, Foreign the Claimant ; ,
cruiser had drifted for 17 hours and must be sworn to by the Claim- .. ,
1 whether to launch a full investigation :Minister Etsusaburo Shiina said ant. hU aoent, w hit attorney er H will I ?,.r ., ': "
become ;
without before being void according to law.
I gas rescued j of the FSU president's today. DATED this 1st day of August, A.D. .
by the English. MM.
J resignation which touched off a The United States has repeat- (s) QUEEN ESTER DINGLE .
Gainesville reservists includ- .series of state edly the Queen Ester Dingle, Administratrix .
arguments pressed
jd Lt. Richard Michael ; among Japanese for of Pete Dingle else known as Peter (iawsui1fu E
Cross Suit
14. Cmdr.'David' Godschalk, LtaTC officials about politics and the docking privileges for the subs, PAGAN CROUCH Dingle. ANDERSON
J state university system.It but the government has de- Attorneys at Law
Franklin McKnight and 212 Southeast First Street .
was reported today that ferred a decision, saying it Gainesville. Florida ,
1IM2, James
Larney Boggs. subcommittee Attorneys for Administratrix
members wanted to
may study safely factors.
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. 1' i Presbyterian*._View of Divorce ". and Birth Control

' .- This Is' the second of two !I representative democracy. The I can be given to this question. 10 slight degree to the civil [oppression in the New. The
! ..articles-en'" "What is a Presbyterian eople govern the Church 'There is general agreement, I government of the country." words of John Knox to Mary
} in the Sun's continuing I through elected representa- however, that Presbyterians Presbyterians are proud of Queen of Scots, the Roman
series, "What Our lves. in the broadest the t fact that the Reverend John
Are." WHAT OURRELIGIONS sense number : i Catholic sovereign of Scotland
Religions The layman has a prominent : more than 20 million, con- ithersp 0 0 n was the only were frequently quoted duringthe
"By JOHN S. BONNELLCan ole in the Presbyterian :stituting one of the largest and war in America: "If princes -
=lurch. All property is vested most influential Protestant ] exceed their bounds, Madam -
Presbyterians alter m laymen not in ministers groups in the world. I east 13 other signers of this I they may be resisted and
their confession of faith? or bishops. In the larger courts We know that Presbyterian i historic document can be identified even deposed."

Yes. Presbyterians, believingthe If the Church, the vote of every ,churches are found even behind I: as Presbyterians.
promise that God's Holy minister is balanced by the the Iron Curtain. There are, for Having suffered greatly from NEXT" "What Is a Protestant
Spirit will lead us constantlyinto rote of a layman. Laymen are instance, more than two million ersecution I in the Old World, Part I.
larger truth,, have never 4U ARE eligible! for the highest office Presbyterians in Com m unist ]Presbyterians had an immense (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Maga-
adopted a slavish attitude toward ([moderator) in each court. Hungary, 600,000 in Rumania, J[:ear of political and religious zines and Broadcasting, Inc.)
and between one-third and
; the Westminster Confession one-
I i of Faith. j- What are the courts of the half million in Czechoslovakia.In .

.. ministers, ruling elders Presbyterian Church? the United States there are
There are four: The Session, over four million communicant
i 4 and deacons at their ordi- I.
r ? I nation are required to "sincere- that theirs is the only formof with which we have already members of Presbyt e ria n
f / ly.receive and adopt, the Con- church government authorized dealt; the Presbytery; the Synod I churches. The Presbyterianform
fession of Faith as containing About the AuthorJohn by the New Testament? [ ; the General Assembly. of church government is i: \
Each has its .
in the
own strong Netherlands, and
the system of doctrine taught No. While they find ample I-"
'' Presbytery, made up of by far the greater part of the
"v! in the Holy Scriptures, the evidence in the Gospels and the
Presbyterian Church, both in Sutherland Bonnell is minister emeritusof Epistles of their type of government ]ministers and elders, has oversight population of Scotland is af-
the Fifth Avenue Church. In of all congregations within filiated with
Scotland and America, has con Presbyterian Presbyterians believe : the Presbyterian : .
1962 he resigned senior minister after its prescribed The Synod Church.
January as J area. :
that church
: stantly maintained its right to policy varied from .
than 26 of service. He is lec- is composed of ministers
presently !
more years :
in what the declaration place to place and time to time.
say of this Confession sense are to- turing and conducting preaching missions throughout ; Presbyterians, in agreementwith and representative elders from What role] did Presby- : ':: : i.=.': :' ::.....'.........!:. ..'.. :):. ...,: :.1 :' ::: :::.

4[j be understood.The the addition nation.In .to his New York pastorate, Mr. ,1 chollars many, believe able New that Testament no Christian ongregations I number of Presbyteries.The within a specified terians ment of play American in the establish-democracy ; s'5i, i ( S rM'9 y i

Presbyterian Church of Bonnell has lectured for 20 .years at the Theological General Assembly is theourt ? .. ... ,
!) the United States, the United church today can, claim V *,.->-:l!!>:Vt'V IV1:--<1'.*'---V.*'-'% tJ* >***.'..rv: *.:". *':
Seminary Princeton. He has also been honored of final It is :. .. : : :: :
exclusive possession of a sysI I appeal. representative *:/ o---r ,- -:;ujvi"? >rr: ?'...vyv: :;*'*::*:.
Presbyterian Church of North b.y invitations to conduct 10 nationally known lec- tern of church of the whole Church So great was the participation /:Hot weather can cause cf population explosion of'roaches''",
i America, and the Presbyterian tureships, such as. the Sprunt Lectures at Union Christ.government authorized and is attended by delegates- of Presbyterians in the ;;. in a home where very dew hove been seen. Before foaches'.:..
Church in the United States of by .damage foodstuffs clothing, end creafe ,
Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, and ]ministers and elders from Revolutionary War that it unsanitary conditions
was :. .
After the second
America have all from time century ; In your home and furniture call PC. the ::0.
the Chancellor's Lectures, at Queen's University, A. D., the bishop came to be :aU the Presbyteries. An equal described in the British Houseof ::.finest pest control service Available. Scientific pest con ...
to time amended the Confes-
Kingston, Ontario. I umber: of elders and ministersare Commons as this "Presby- 'trol under the direction of a graduate entomologist, :
the chief official of the Church, ..
sion of Faith Declaratory
or adopted For 23 while minister of the Fifth Ave- to terian rebellion." ::
years, supplanting the authority of the appointed as An historian FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATES :.
Statements as "permis nue Presbyterian Church, Mr. Bonnell conducted elders. This new development .the three highest courts of: writing in the Encyclopaedia LOB1DA.
sible and
legitimate interpretations" coast-to-coast radio which was Presbyterianism. Britannica : "The Presby-
programs among
of the doctrines set forthin gave rise to an autocratic formof It)EST Phono
the well-known "National
Vespers. church whichin terians exerted a great influ-
this Confession. ) government QxONTROLi
How many Presbyteriansare ence in the construction of the
the Middle 376.2661
Ages cor- _i
Do Presbyterians believein innocent party on Scriptural The commandment of God rupt, making inevitable the there throughout the I Constitution of the United .a+siuCA.co.
? grounds (adultery) and such to our first parents, "Be fruit- Protestant Reformation. world? States, and the government of
predestination innocent party may remarry.It ful and multiply," was givenat Only an approximate answer I the Church was assimilated in

Presbyterians believe that is also permitted in case of a time when the world was What is the Presbyterian ; >'gHx M ,. .. ,. ...
God alone determines man'ssalvation. "such willful desertion as can underpopulated. Presbyteriansdo attitude toward education? [; /"'[: :;:;::;ry MMF.#t 77,7": ; ; ;:0 ;:"' vvwY.vr- : .y. '

Salvation is not a in no way be remedied by the not believe this precept is From the time of John Calvin ]- .
human achievement.The Church or civil magistrate." relevant today when .' . ..... ...
overpopu- the denomination has always I <"> .::::: .. ':. '.::;.: .
wording of the West In other circumstances if the lation in many areas produces stressed the importanceof C .:: >,... :...:.:. .DO V.0''U" HAVEKIDS .:. ':. .;.
... .... ..' '
minster Confession leads some Presbyterian minister is in hunger and famine. education for the laity as t. :;:: ::, :' "

to believe that predestination doubt as to what ought to be well as the ministry.In I i.f"ti i .
deprived man of all freedom of done to avoid injustice, he can Who was the founder of Scotland, from John Knoxto : ,' COLLEGE, ?
a choice that his fate was consult his Presbytery's Com Presbyterianism? this the public school (: > '<: > i" '<", .
day, ) : ; : : : \
'" "sealed" at birth. But the Declaratory mittee'on Divorce.Presbyterian John Calvin, who broke with house has stood beside the I : : :. j : ; ,:f ..:
Statement adopted by churches are the Church of Rome at the age kirk. On the mantelpiece of tr
the Presbyterian Church in the seeking to curb this widespreadevil of 24, did more than any other many a crofter's tiny home in .
United States in 1903 states: by a more careful examination -man to set forth the principlesupon the highlands of Scotland, where >:'. .' .w I.

"Men are fully responsible for of persons presenting which modern Presbyter Presbyterianism is deeply root- I : t : I.
their treatment of God's gra- themselves for marriage and ianism is built. But it is ques- ed, may be seen the pictures
by organizing groups of young tionable whether the to"founder" rm I of a son or daughter in academic f <
cious offer (of salvation) and
... .
people in "Preparation forMarriage" is appropriate. robes. :.".w'" >''y ......
no man is hindered from classes. Calvin summoned Christiansto The fact that the Presbyter f E' ; l' t,
accepting it and. no man return to a form of govern- ianian Church has always put f' } :

is condemned except on the Does the Presbyterian! ment which was prevalent in the Bible into the hands of its .
ground, of his* sin.* Church forbid birth control? the first century A.D. John people, printed in their mother ::.
Knox, during"his exile from tongue, has been a powerful r
Do Presbyterians permit The Presbyter i a n Church Britain lived'fin Geneva wherehe incentive to public educationand [ ; ,l a '
divorced persons to remarry? does not legislate for its peopleon studied Calvin's teaching. has raised the standard of
} Yes, but with important safe- personal moral issues. Noth- Knox was the most powerful literacy in Scotland. :
guards. No Presbyterian min- ing in the Church'steach- single force in establishing *

ister may remarry persons who I ing, however, can be construed -Presbyterianism in Scotland, How is the Presbyterian
have been divorced less than as forbidding an intelligent, where it is the dominant creed. Church governed?
12 months. I conservative and unselfish employment .* The
1 Presbyterian system of
f Divorce is permitted to the of birth control. Do Presbyterians believe church government is itself a

1 Even Radar Can't Tell Much About t N 4// -T-J

a ..

;Those 'Tigerish T empests'-Hurricanes a ;:::::: .... ,

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: By GENE PLOWDEN still don't know when or where slash and run. The sky darkens. eye of the hurricane as well as : .. '.' > .J.f VI"I'1.._ ft.J-b-
-. MIAMI, Fla. (AP-When the hurricanes will form, althoughthe Then the hurricane strikes. for spotting the big storms. _" -' ..j "" -v.9' i.: r--. d: ..-- .
white man came to the New forerunners are detectableover Gordon E. Dunn chief storm While main hurricane monthsare -I ) : -
World, the Indian told him broad expanses of the forecaster in the Miami Weather August, September and October # ; '
I about the tigerish tempest that hemisphere.After Bureau, said observers will these devastating storms : :
often sprang unprovoked upon sticky, humid weather, concentrate on trying to obtain have occurred at other times Jte
islanders of the tropical the easterly winds blow more data on the formation of hurrIcanes 1 and Cleo is the fourth this sea-
Atlantic. They called the storm briskly, the rains fall more fre and studying mature son. In June one formed in the :tif
"huracan." quently. Fishermen note the fish storms to determine their normal 'Gulf of Mexico, moved across
Christopher Columbus learned bite more recklessly. They variability.Dunn north Florida and into the
first-hand. He was leading his 'crowd into passes and tidewater expects the satellite Atlantic with winds of 50 to 60
second expedition in 1494 when streams. Nimbus, tobee launched Friday, miles per hour. : s ::
I a hurricane struck the settle- The surf's pulse slows. Long to send back revealing pictures In late July a storm formed -<
ment of Isabella on Santo Do- swells slide smoothly ashoresix of cloud formations and provide near the Leeward Islands and

mingo. Columbus lost eight of times a minute Instead of daylight photographs of the passed not far from Bermuda. .:.
a his nine ships.Columbus the normal 10 or 11. equator every 24 hours. It had winds of hurricane force s fr.a. .,
grew weather-wise, Tiros satellites have provided r >
The wind turns north-north- 74 miles an hour for one
as did the Indians, but eyes and interesting pictures of clouds day and maritime advisories
ears were their sole instru- easterly. Gusts rise to 30 or 35 and have spotted hurricanes but were issued. I 1
ments. miles an hour. The sea is turbu- they were not oriented as Nun The first tropical storm to be
man has radar, air lent. The surf runs wild and bus will '
Today be. A weather satellite given a name this season, Abby, How
planes and satellites but menEncephalitis clamorous. Brief rain squalls system is still a year or two formed quickly in the Gulf of to guard against a

away, Dunn said. Mexico and moved inland along
1j The Navy, Air Force and automatic the middle Texas coast Aug. 7,
'i j in Houston buoys keep a check on packing winds up to 60 miles
I', hurricanes the Atlantic. Car. per hour in squalls near the cen- surprise sickness bills
bbean and Gulf of Mexico. ter.
I May Hit Epidemic StatusHOUSTON These forces have been beefed, }
up for the 1964 storm season.
TeL (AP- known as sleeping sickness and The Navy, operating from Orchids
Houston has recorded 179 sus meningitis.Dr. Jacksonville and Roosevelt For for only $2.62 a month !

_ pected encephalitis cases and Pigford explained that the Roads, Puerto Rico, again will tJ I i

the city health officer says a additional 79 cases, reported use Super Constellations. These Her. 9 ir
f possibility exists that a major since the presence of the disease 70-ton flying laboratories, withcrews I I t (per student) ..
of 28 to 30 can .
men re-
epidemic may occur. became known last Fri CREVASSE FLORIST

Seventeen deaths have been day, were reported largely by have main been aloft in for use 21 since hours.1958 They for.; 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. Now for the first time no age limit students.
disease in the
attributed to the private physicians. Phone FR 6.2514
last 30 days. low level penetration into the _

As the number of suspected Rhodesia Fear Family coverage available for married studentsNo

cases grew, the geographical ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
spread of the diseasecarriedby LONDON (AP) Prime Minister

mosquitoes-widened over the Sir Alec Douglas-Home FLORIDA Swimming Poolby matter where your boy or girl goes to

city."There 1 was reported gravely worried college no matter what age, married or

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to seize independenceearly ..
the that in the
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reports, Dr. C. A. Pigford, city QUALITY POOL Backed by a bills.
health officer said. Aides said reports from '
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distributed to all citizens at the some form of unilateral and ille that could well keep your youngster from : or mail coupon to:
I. city's fire stations today for use gal action is being contemplatedto 2 SIZES16:92 and 20x40 completing his education?
I on private premises. Sprayingand thwart London's plan for giv Priced at $3,000 to $3.500NO Why'take chances on his not getting the BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF FLORIDA".toom :.

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Major Louie Welch asked citIzens ment. EACH POOL YOU GET Gainesville, Florida
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a new fogging machine. Rein- Mousketeer who grew up to be a
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J t Gainesville Sun Tuesday, August 25 1964_

I : States Rights: Let the People Solve Otivn Problems

I hibitory rule of law. The Tenth Amendment recognizes the

THE SUN is serializing Sen. Goldwater's own book, "Conscience of a Conservative," as a reader service- States' jurisdiction in certain areas. States' Rights means that

CONSCIENCE OF so that readers can make their own-appraisal of the candidate and compare his views in 1960 wUh his the States have a right to act or not to act, as they see
statements today. Our publication of this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapproval fit, in the areas reserved to them. The States may have

of Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of, a Conservative duties corresponding to these rights, but the duties are owedto

A CONSERVATIVEBy is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc. the people of the States, not to the federal government.

r Therefore, the recourse lies not with the federal government,

which is not sovereign, but with the people who are, and
SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER federal "grants-in-aid" to the States in a number of areas in which the States were learning to behave: "vocational edu- who have full power to take disciplinary action. .- -

which the Constitution recognizes the exclusive jurisdictionof cation" programs in agriculture, home economics, practical If the people are unhappy with say, their State's disability -

3 the States. nursing, and the fisheries trade; local sewage projects; insurance program, they can bring pressure to bear on

CHAPTER slum clearance and urban renewal; and enforcement of health their state officials and, if that fails, they can elect a new
These called funds" and designedto -
grants are "matching are
and safety standards in connection with the atomic energy set of officials. And if, in the unhappy event they should
l The Governor of New York, in 1930, pointed out that "stimulate" state spending in health, education, welfare, program. wish to divest themselves of this responsibility, they ,can _

M the Constitution does not empower the Congress to deal conservation or any other area in which the federal govern-' Now the point is not that Congress failed to act on these amend the Constitution. The Constitution, I repeat, draws a

f! with "a great number of vital problems of government, ment decides there is a need for national action. If the recommendations, or that the Administration gave them only sharp and clear line between federal jurisdiction and state
I such as the conduct of public utilities, of banks, of insurance, States agree to put up money for these purposes, the federal half-hearted support; but rather that the federal government jurisdiction. The federal government's failure to recognize
of business, of agriculture, of education, of social welfare, government undertakes to match the appropriation accord- had no business entering these fields in the first place, and that line has been a crushing blow to the principle of \
and a dozen other important features." And he added that ing to a ratio prescribed by Congress. Sometimes the ratiois thus had no business taking upon itself the prerogative of limited government.But .

"Washington must not be encouraged to interfere" in theseI fifty-fifty; often the federal government contributes over judging the States' performance.The again, I caution against a defensive, or apologetic,
areas. half the cost. Republican Party should have said this plainly and appeal to the Constitution. There is a reason for its res-
I forthrightly and demanded the immediate withdrawal, of the ervation of States' Rights. Not only does it prevent the accumulation -
from Constitutionalism There are two things to note about these programs. The
Roosevelt's rapid conversion
Franklin federal government.We of in remote
r J power a central i 7ernment that is
to the doctrine of unlimited government, is an oft-told first is that they are federal programs -they are conceivedby can best understand our error, I think, by examingthe from the people and relatively] immune from popular restraints -

story. But I am here concerned not so much by the abandon- the federal government both as to purpose and as to theory behind it. I have already alluded to the book, ; it also recognizes the principle that essentially local ,

ment of States' Rights by the national Democratic Partyan extent. The second is that the "stimulative" grants are, "A Republican Looks at His Party," which is an elaborate problems are best dealt with by the people most directly

event that occurred some years ago when that party was in effect, a mixture of blackmail and bribery."The- Statesare rationalization of the "Modern Republican" approach to cur- concerned. Who knows better than New Yorkers how much

captured by the Socialist ideologues in and about the labor told to go along with the program "or else. rent problems. (It does the job just as well, I might add, and what kind of publicly-financed slum clearance in New

movement-as by the unmistakable tendency of the Republican Once the federal government has offered matching funds, for the Democrats' approach.) Mr. Larson devotes a good York City is needed and can be afforded? Who knows bet-

i, Party to adopt the same course. it is unlikely, as a practical matter, that a member of a deal of space to the question of States' Rights.He ter than Nebraskans whether that State has an adequate

I The result is that today neither of our two parties main- State Legislature will turn down his State's fair share of contends that while there is "A general presumption"in nursing program? Who knows better than Arizonans the kindof
tains meaningful commitment to the principle of States' revenue collected from all of the States. Understandably, favbr of States' Rights, thanks to the Tenth Amendment, school program that is needed to educate their children?
Rights. Thus, the cornerstone of the Republic, our chief bulwark many legislators feel that to refuse aid would be political this presumption must give way whenever it appears to the The people of my own State-and I am confident that, I
the encroachment of individual freedom by Big suicide. This is an indirect form of coercion, but it is effective federal authorities that the States are not responding satis- speak for the majority of them have long since seen
against factorily to "the needs of the people." This is a paraphraseof
sands of nonetheless.A .
Government, is fast disappearing under the piling through the spurious suggestion that federal aid comes
his position but not, I think, an unjust one. And if this "
"Free. They know that the of their
absolutism.The more direct method of coercion is for the federal gov- money comes out own
approach appears to be a high-handed way of dealing withan pockets, and that it is returned to them minus a broker'sfee
in unless state governmentstake
to be sure, gives lip-service toStates' ernment to threaten to move
Party, constitutional Mr. Larson the
Republican explicit provision, justifies
by the federal know too that
bureaucracy. They ,
talk about "returning to the States action that Washington deems appropriate. Not so long
We often
Rights. argument by summoning the concept that "for every right
the power to decide how that shall be spent is -withdrawn -
the Administration has even gone ago, for example, the Secretary of Labor gave the Statesa money
their rightful powers"; there is a corresponding duty. "When we speak of States'Rights from them and exercised board
by some planning
so far as to sponsor a federal-state conference on the prob- lecture on the wisdom of enacting "up-to-date" unemployment ," he writes, "we should never forget to add that
deep in the caverns of of the federal
one agencies. They
that He made effort to the
count and I regret to say compensation laws. no disguise
deeds what State's
lem. But are there go with those rights the corresponding respon- understand this
like the Democratic alternative: if the States failed to act, the federal govern- represents a great and perhaps irreparableloss
the Party,
in actual practice, Republican federal ment would. sibilities." Therefore, he concludes, if the _States fail to do not only in their wealth, but in their priceless
of the
Party, summons the coercive power govern- their duty, they have only themselves to blame when the liberty.
that the States are
ment whenever national leaders conclude Here are some examples of the "stimulative" approach.Late federal government intervenes. Nothing could so far advance the cause of freedom as

t not performing satisfactorily.Let in 1957 a "Joint Federal-State Action Committee' rec- The trouble with this argument is that it treats the Con- for state officials throughout the land to assert their rightful

us focus attention on one method of federal interference ommended that certain matching funds programs be "re- stitution of the United States as a kind of handbook in claims to lost state power; and for the federal governmentto

-one that tends to be neglected in much of the turned" to the States on the scarcely] disguised grounds that political theory, to be heeded or ignored depending on howit withdraw promptly and totally from every jurisdictionwhich
public discussion of the problem. In recent years the federal]l the States, in the view of the Committee, had learned to fits the plans of contemporary federal officials. The the Constitution reserved to the states.

government has continued, and in many cases has increased, live up to their responsibilities. These are the areas in Tenth Amendment is not "a general assumption," but a pro- End of Chapter 3

I; | Civil Rights: Shall We Respect the Constitution ? I

A civil right is a right that is asserted and is therefore teenth Amendment-concretely, that amendment's "equal prot t the land. The Constitution, and the laws "made in pursuance

: CHAPTER 4 common law, or by local or federal statutes, or by the tection" clause modified the original prohibition against t thereof" are the "supreme law of the land." The Constitution -

Constitution; but unless a right is incorporated in the law, federal intervention.To I: is what its authors intended it to be and said it was

it is not a civil right and is not enforceable by the -not what the Supreme Court says it is. If we condone
my knowledge it has never been seriously argued-the ;
made recent to disparagethe he practice of substituting our own intentions for those of
An attempt has been in years instruments of the civil law. argument certainly was not made by the Supreme Court-that
j the Constitution's framers, we reject, in effect, the princi-
it with defense
principle of States' Rights by the authors of the Fourteenth Amendment intended to alter
There may be some rights-"natural, "human, or other- ]ple of Constitutional Government: we endorse a rule of
of the South's position on racial integration. I have already the Constitutional scheme with regard to education.
wise-that should also be civil rights. But if we desire to men, not of laws.I .

indicate that the reach of States' Rights is much broader give such rights the protection of the law, our recourseis Indeed, in the famous school integration decision, Brownv.
Northerners well as Southerners, have great respect for the Supreme Court as an insti-
t dan that-that it affects as
to a legislature or to the amendment procedures of the Board of Education ((1954)), the Supreme Court justices
tution, but I cannot believe that I display that by
and concerns many matters that have nothing to do withthe Constitution. We must not look to politicians, or sociologistsor expressly acknowledged that they were not being guided by
abuses the and
to Court
submitting abjectly of by ,
race question. the courts-to correct the deficiency. the intentions of the amendment's authors. "In approachingthis power
by condoning its unconstitutional trespass into the legislative
I Still, it is quite true that the integration issue is affected In the field of racial relations, there are some rights that the clock problem back," Chief Justice Warren said "we cannot turn sphere of government. !
to 1868 when the amendment was adoptedWe
fcy the States' Rights principle and that the South's position valid laws and therefore "civil"
of are clearly protected by are must consider public education in the light of its full The Congress and the States, equally with the Supreme
_Hn the issue is, today, the most conspicious expression rights. One of them is the right to vote. The Fifteenth
that the is now in the development and in its present place in American life Court, are obliged to interpret and comply with the Consti-
the principle. So much so country Amendment provides that no one shall be denied the fran- "
throughout the nation. tution according to their own lights. I therefore support all
and sometimes ugly] controversy over
grips of a _spirited chise on account of race, color or previous condition of
between States' Rights, on the one efforts by the States, excluding violence of course, to pre-
Jin imaginedconflict servitude.. In effect, the Court said that what matters is not the
hand, and what are.called "civil rights" on the other. ideas of the men who wrote the Constitution, but the serve their rightful powers over education.As .

"-*. I an imagined conflict because I deny that there can Fourteenth Similarly Amendment.with certain The legal legislative privileges .history enforced of by that the Court's ideas. It was only by engrafting its own views onto for the Congress, I would hope that the national legis-
say defined and the established law of the land that the Court was able to lature would help clarify the problem by proposing to the
te a conflict between States' Rights, properly amendment makes it clear (I quote from the Civil Rights
reach the decision it did. States a Constitutional amendment that would reaffirm-theStates'
1 civil rights, properly defined. If States' "Rights" are so asserted Act of 1866 which the Amendment was designed to legitimize)
exclusive in the field of education. This
as to encroach upon' individual rights that are protected that people of all races shall be equally entitled "to make The intentions of the Fourteenth Amendment's authors are _-
by valid federal laws, then the exercise of state and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, and give evidence, perfectly clear. Consider these facts. 1. During the entire amendment would] in my judgment, assert what is already
the Constitution but it would
provided unmistakably by
power is a nullity. Conversely, if individual "rights" are so to inherit, to purchase, lease, sell, hold and convey real congressional debate on the Fourteenth Amendment it was ; put -
the matter further
asserted as to infringe upon valid state power, then the as- and personal property and to full and equal benefit of all never once suggested by any proponent of the amendmentthat beyond any question.

-sertion of those "rights" is a nullity. The rights themselvesdo laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property. it would outlaw segregated schools. 2. At the same timeit It so happens that I am in agreement with the objectivesof -

not clash. The conflict arises from a failure to define ." After the passage of that Act and the Amendment, all approved the Fourteenth Amendment, Congress established the Supreme Court as stated in the Brown decision. I -
the two categories of rights correctly, and to assert them persons, Negroes included, had a "civil" right to these pro- schools in Washington in Georgetown "for the sole use believe that it is both wise and just for Negro -chiMreri T6

lawfully. tections.It of colored children." 3. In all the debates on the amend- attend the same schools as whites, and that to deny them

States' Rights are easy enough to define. The Tenth Amend- is otherwise let us note, with education. For the federal ment by the State Legislatures there was only one legislator this opportunity carries with it strong implications of infer- j
the a man in Indiana, who thought the amendment would iority.I .
"The not delegated to
ment does it succinctly: powers Constitution does not require the States to maintain racially
the affect schools. 4. The great majority of the States that approved -
United States by Constitution. nor prohibited by it to mixed schools. Despite the recent holding of the Supreme am not prepared, however, to impose that judgment of
amendment segregated
the permitted or required
States are reserved to the States respectively, or to the Court, I am firmly convinced-not only that integrated schools at the very time they approved the amendment. mine on the people] of Mississippi or South Carolina, or to

people.:' schools are not required-but that the Constitution does not There is not room here for exhaustive treatment of this evi- tell them what methods should be adopted and what pace
permit any interference whatsoever by the federal govern- should be kept in striving toward that goal. That is their
howeverthanksto dence, but the facts are well documented, and they are, all
Civil rights should be no harder. In ment in the field of education. It may be just or wise or Amendment's business, not mine. I believe that the problem of race relations -
who we have to know about the Fourteenth bearingon
extravagant and shameless misuse by people oughtto expedient for Negro children to attend the same schools as like all social and cultural problems, is best handledby
know better-it is one of the most badly understood con- white children, but they do not have a civil right .to do so this problem.The the people directly concerned. Social and cultural change,

cepts in modem political usage. Civil rights is frequentlyused which is protected by the federal constitution, or which is en- amendment was not intended to, and therefore it did however desirable, should not be effected by the engines of ,

synonymously with "human rights"-or with "natural forceable by the federal government. not outlaw racially separate schools. It was not intended to, national power. ,
rights." As often as not, it is simply a name for describingan. and therefore it did not, authorize any federal intervention
( activity that someone deems politically or socially desir- The intentions of the founding fathers in this matter are in the field of education. Let us, through persuasion and education, seek to improve

able. A sociologist writes a paper proposing to abolish some beyond any doubt; no powers regarding education were given institutions we deem defective. But let us, in doing so, respect ,
inequity, or a politician makes a speech about it-and, be- the federal government. Consequently, under the Tenth I am therefore not impressed by the claim that the Su- the orderly process of the law. Any other course en- ;
hold, a new "civil right" is born! The Supreme Court has Amendment, jurisdiction over the entire field was reservedto preme Court's decision on school integration is the law of thrones tyrants and dooms freedom.
displayed the same creative powers. the States. The remaining question is whether the Four- protected by some valid law. It may be asserted by the End of Chapter <4<

I It's Time That the Farmers Were[ Given FreedomCHAPTER I

b welfare," was simply a qualification of the taxing power unconsitutional intrusion into Agriculture has not brought us For a nation that is expressing great concern over its

5 and did not give Congress the power to control anything. any closer to a solution of the "farm problem." The problem, "economic growth," I cannot conceive of a more absurd

"The regulation (of agricultural production)," the Court said when federal intervention began, was declining farm incomes. and self-defeating policy than one which subsidizes non-pro-
Today, many farm incomes are still low. But now we duction.
". .' supervision of agriculture and other concerns of in United States v. Butler ((1936)) "is not in fact voluntary.The have additional problems-production controls that restrict ;

a similar nature which are proper to be provided for farmer, of course, may refuse to comply (a privilegenot freedom, high consumer prices, huge crop surpluses and a The problem of surpluses will not be solved until we rec-

p by local legislation, can never be desirable cares of a gen- given him under present legislation,) but the price of gigantic tax bill that is running close to six billion dollarsa ognize that technological progress and other factors have '

eral jurisdiction. It is therefore improbable that there should such refusal is loss of benefits the pour to conferor year. made it possible for the needs of America, and those of

exist a disposition in the federal councils usurp the pow- withhold unlimited benefits is the power to coerce or No matter, what variant of the price supportproductioncontrol accessible world markets, to be satisfied by a far fewer
ers with which they are connected; because the attempt to destroy. ." number of farmers than now till the soil.
approach we adopt, the solution to these problems
exercise those would be as troublesome as they were t
Alexander powers Hamilton in the Federalist Papers, The New Deal Congress replied by enacting substantially continue to elude us. I cannot believe that any serious student of the farm problems -
nugatory. identical legislation, the 'second AAA, and now sought to justi- fails to appreciate this fact. What has been lacking
No. 17 fy the program as a "regulation of interstate commerce." The, reason government intervention has created more is not an understanding of a problem that is really quite

what men This was a transparent evasion of the Butler case; but the problems than it ,has solved is quite simple. Farm produc- impossible not to understand, but the political courage to
Hamilton was wrong in his prediction as to of Supreme Court, which by this time was under heavy politi- tion, like any other production is best controlled by ,the do something about it
would do, but quite right in foreseeing the consequences cal fire for having thwarted the "Roosevelt Revolution," natural operation of the free market. the-nation's farmersare

their foolhardiness. Federal intervention" in agriculture Constitu-has made one of its celebrated about-faces and upheld the new permitted to sell their produce freely, at price con- Doing something about it means-and there can be no

indeed, proved "troublesome. Disregard of the act. The federal government has usurped many powers under, sumers are willing to pay, they will, under the law of equivocation here-prompt and final termination of the
tion in this field has brought about the inevitable loss of per- and demand farm subsidy program. The only to persaude
the guise of "regulating commerce," but this instance of supply end up producing roughly what can way farmersto
sonal freedom; and it has created economic- chaos. Un- distorting the plain meaning of the Constitution's language is be consumed in national and world markets. And if farm- enter other fields of endeavor is to stop paying inefficient

manageable surpluses, an immense" tax burden, high con- perhaps the most flagrant on record.In ers, in general, find they 'are not getting high enough prices farmers for produce that cannot be sold at free market
sumer prices, vexatious controls doubt if the folly of ignoring for their produce, some of them will move into other kindsof prices. Is this a cruel solution? Is it heartless] to permitthe
the principle of limited government has ever been the case that upheld the second AAA, Wickerd v. Fit economic activity. natural laws of economics to determine how many farmers -

more convincingly demonstrated.We burn, ((1942)), a farmer had been fined for planting 23 acres there shall be in the same way that those laws
The result will be reduced agricultural production and higher -
have blundered on so grand a scale that even our criti- of wheat, instead of the eleven the government had allotted incomes for those who remain on the ,farms., If, l It>w- determine there shall how be many? bankers, or druggists, or watchmakers -

cal faculties seem to have been damaged in the process.No him notwithstanding that the "excess" wheat had been ever, the government interferes with this natural economic :

man who is familiar with the subject will deny that the consumed on his own farm. process, and pegs prices higher than the'consumer is willingto It was never considered so before the subsidy program be

policy of price supports and production controls has been a pay, the result will be, in Hamilton's phrase, "trouble gan. Let us remember that the movement from the farmto
colossal failure. Yet, today, some of our best minds haveno Now how in the world, the farmer wanted to know, can some." The'nation win' pay exorbitant prices for work that other: fields of endeavor has been proceeding' in this
better solution to the problem than to raise the supportsand it be said that the wheat I feed my own stock is in inter-
is not needed and for produce that cannot be, consume 1. country since its beginning-and with good effects, not ill
Increase the controls! state commerce? That's easy, the Court said. If you had not

used your own wheat ,for feed, you might have bought feed In recent years, the government has sought to alleviate. I cannot believe that this course will lose politicians as 3:_
The teaching of the Constitution on this matter is per- from someone else, and that purchase might have affectedthe the problem of over-production by the soil bank and acreage many votes as some of them seem to fear. Most farmers

fectly clear. No power over agriculture was given to any price .of wheat that was' transported in interstate commerce _retirement programs. Actually) ?, these programs are simplya want to stand on their own feet. They are prepared to [

branch of the national government The sponsors of the By this bizarre reasoning the Court made the commerce modern version of the hog-killing and potato-burning, take their chances the free market They have a more In- r

first Agriculture Adjustment Act, passed in 1933, tried to justify clause as wide as the world and nullified the schemes promoted by .Henry Wallace ,during the New Deal timate knowledge than most of us of the consequences of unlimited '
Constitution's clear reservation to the States of jurisdictionover And they have been no more successful in reducing surplusesthan government power: and so, it would seem, a greater r
the law under the so-called general welfare clause of agriculture.The their predecessors. But there is ,also a positive evil interested than most in returning agriculture to freedom t_
the Constitution. The Supreme Court promptly struck down in these programs: in effect, they reward people for not pro- and economic sanity.

!eita }legislation, on the! grounds that the phrase, "general tragedy, of course, is that the federal government' ducing. j I' End of Chapter S i.

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came a ficial coloring can be applied. yet possi-
3 change in public attitude toward Often both operations are car- ble for a single application of o. i HOME MISSION TO MEET PERSONALS the city to see his mother.

their use, says Today's ried.out to produce the desired any hair coloring to change t The Home Mission Circle No. Mrs. Etta Turnipseed was a and family. He was formerly a
u Health, the magazine of the effect. black or dark brown hair to -I f t of :Mt. Carmel Baptist resident here.

S American Medical AssociaI e a pale blond.Peroxygen. Church will meet at the homeof weekend visitor to Jacksonville Miss Alice Criswell of 830 NE

tion. compounds, especially It Mrs. Willie Mae Roberts at where she was the guest of relatives 18th Terrace has been seriously -
The importance of read i ng hydrogen peroxide, and friends. ill in the University of Flor-
Today, hair color is not 713 NW 5th Ave., Apt. B, Wed-'
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I fashion, says the magazine for using all hair coloring Six per cent hydrogen topics will be discussed, was a recent visitor in much improved. _
products cannot be over e m- solution is the stand 1
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f I phasized. This is especiallytrue ard strength, and is safe, if
dermatologist and a cosmetic in Over-coming Temptation"by :
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This year Americans are ONLY if the instructions are bleaching 'can leave the hair ; i Mrs Gladys Williams, pres.
expected to spend one million carefully followed. harsh, straw like and brittle. R Mrs. Esther Hamm, reporter,I

I dollars on hair-coloring prod. Largest and most importtant kW t'J JS Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor. I
One of the major causes of Mortgage cards are red,
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Hair color can be modified will produce any .des i red three categories oxidation i o- will hold its regular meetingat How about you?
f in one of two ways. shade. dyes, semi permanentdyes the home of Mrs. Ida Bell
and temporary rin s e 5. Jones at Chiefland
Thursday at ,
4j, Oxidation dyes are the most 8 t p.m. Pay most of all due s,.

j 1 Easy Way to Kill i Roaches and Ants widely used.* {f fines and taxes is scheduled.', r.

1 Charlie Ross, captain; P. L.I Gainesville
Most professional hair Scott, and
; : secretary reporter.
coloring tinting is now I
or Hair curlers and all, these two Williston teen- Mutual
done with oxidation dyes, and
have become agers, Jan Golden, right, and Harriett McGarity, UNION CONVENES 1
:$ they also popu- for "African Safari" birthday \ BUILDING 6-
I. prepared an party, an
1A lar for home use. They The West Coast Ministers and
event of Friday night at the Williston Woman'sClub.
1 are the only products t ha t Deacons Union, auxiliary to the:, LOAN ASSOCIATION
Both girls celebrated their seventeenth birth-
color the hair quickly and yet Mt. Siani Baptist Association i ,'.!
days, with more than 100 persons attending the 217 N.E. 1st Street
; produce all varieties of natural Rev. G. G. McArthur, moder-
r party. Hostesses were the honorees' mothers, Mrs.
hair shades which are last- : ator, will convene at the Eber- 4 Phone FR 6-6771
Grace Golden and Mrs. J. H. McGarity. Music for
ing.The dancing was provided by Stu Bowers, Gainesvilledisc nezer Baptist Church of Tren-I_
biggest question about jockey. ton: Aug. 28 30. Rev. W. D.|

oxidation dyes is their hazard.It Dennis, pres.; Deacon Ben *ra** T** **V
has been estimated that C. Davis, pres. of choir; P. L.I 4 #

have about an one unpleasant person in 50,000 reaction will Adele Simpson To Make Scott, reporter.

such as a skin rash, swelling
Givenchy Fashions in U.S. LINCOLN
about the eyes, redness and HIGH SCHOOL
Brush on Once Lasts for Months crusting of the face and neck, Registration of eleventh grade: A
JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH : Simply brush Johnston's plus itching and discomfort.The NEW YORK Hubert de students of Lincoln High;'

No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to victim, while uncomfor Givenchy has designed a School will take place in the auditorium ; SPECIALSFor
stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for at 9:30 I
table, should be aware that group of fall cocktail and eve- a.m. Friday.
months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets. this is not a serious illness ning dresses that are being i tlome-room assignments will'i
the Children's Comfort .
Remember: No-Roach means no roaches. wscs
be made and schedules I
and that she will recover. manufactured on Seventh. daily
A FAIR Avenue by Adele Simpson. will be given. Persons having I
Available At All Stores Kinder
Asolo Theater This is the first time that deficiencies or irregularities:

the Paris couturier has worked should report to the registrarfor
Closes Season Meets directly with a SeventhAv adjustments. REST PAD

WHAT? e n u e manufacturer to $177
The Asolo The-
translate his designs into
ater Festival is entering its finial clothes. YOUNG PEOPLE'S REVIVAL O Opens to 20" x 48"e
ready-made I
I week of performances. The TuesdayMiss The young people's revival is Sanitary & compact
# I 1964 season which will end Sat- Mrs. Simpson consulted now in progress at the Friend'' Assorted colors
with Mr. Givenchy in Paris,
IWE urday evening, August 29, has ship Baptist Church and will

I been the most successful in the Fanny Evelyn Dewar brought patterns)back of the toiles designs(muslin last close available.Friday. Free literature is: Boys & Girls Sizes 3-6x

I five year history of the Festi- will be the guest speaker at the week and will manufacturethem

val.Seats general meeting of the Wom in French fabrics of
MOVED I are available for every an's Society of Christian Serv- Mr. Givenchy's choosing FILM TO BE SHOWNThe Aprons sioo
t I performance this week except ice of the First Methodist film "A Better World Begins -

I Friday and Saturday evenings Church Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mr. Givenchy has been a With Me," will be shownat Novelty cover-all play I

yes we have movedout, of our old location i(which are sold out. The schedule The meeting will be held in favorite designer of Mrs. the Friendship Baptist. Church 1 aprons with cobbler pockets.
into brand home to better. We is as follows: The film is I 100% cotton washes easily CO.
a new serve you John F. Kennedy. Sunday at 7:30: pm. : ,
the Bethany Room of J* s e h
now carry a large choice of all the gardening Monday night, "The Lady'sNot Bell Hall after p the in color. Rev. D. E. White, pas' -assorted styles & colors.
supplies and equipment to help you have a better i For Burning"; T u e sday, immediately Recently, Mrs. Simp son tor; Deacon Oliver Maxey, supt.
garden, lawn and crop. Be sure to visit us soon. I"Imaginary Invalid"; Wednesday -Circle meetings at 7:30 p.m. was summoned to the Carlyle HOURSMOM. :

I matinee, "School For Scan The speaker is well known in Hotel to show Mrs. Lyn- GO FIRST TO .

dal"; Wednesday eve n I ng, Gainesville for her work as a don B. Johnson a group of REVIVAL CONTINUESThe THRU

The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision "The Lady's Not For Burning"; missionary nurse in foreign dresses to wear to the Dem- evangelistic services at SAT.

(Thursday, "Twelfth Night"; lands. She served in the Philip- ocratic National Conventionin Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church I. '9-9
of Asgrow Seed Company (Friday matinee, "The Lady's pine Islands for five years and Atlantic City. continues. Rev. Mrs. M. C. How

Not For Burning"; Friday evening in Sarawak, Bornee, for I o ur ard Is preaching. The public, I
Johnson had lunch and
NOW AT [ "School For Scandal"; years, traveling in a mobile Mrs. is invited. Rev. Walter S. White,! GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

I Saturday mat i nee, "Twelfth unit. ,looked at the clothes during pastor, Mrs. A. E. Wingate, re- 113C. North Main Street
1315 N.W. 16th AVE. 6-6489 .I(Night"; Saturday evening, "1m. a two-hour visit to New York. porter.. i
.\'aginary Invalid." Ii She is a graduate of Florida
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I graduate work at Yale University -

,I Scarritt College, Emory t l t 1

USED AND REPOSSESSED ,University and the University of VJ.'na '
;North Carolina. date
I FALLJustArrived k ea

Miss DeWar is now a nursein

FURNITURE SALECASH the Public Clay Health.County Department'of (;3' OO D@@f, i

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4 Dr. Student Desk. Walnut. 3pc. Bedroom group. Vanity. Sofa and matching chair
slightly used 0. 29" chest, panel bed. OQ95painted Red, and I GAINESVILLE SUN F

I grey, set ** clean. . . 4295 oreaf\ 5 t y\eSNa \ \\

Cocktail table. mattress and box \ \ .OU't .:\'ners\ )
1295 Innerspring? Single dresser with plate rmr- US \ea..USCO I 1Xet' ,
Round, walnut I spring, twin Sizematching .,
set. 2495 ror, 3 drawers, OQ95 HEY KIDS!! BRING MOM. \..
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1 Double Panel bed 8Double
walrjut .... .,. Lounge that sleeps two, has

., slip green cover.,. . 2495 Dinette set, grey formica top $10.00 VALUE
Dresser w/good mirror. table with 4 turq. OQ95 11x14

red 4995 chairs . . ? .
maple. ... . Walnut night 995
stan d. . BUST
l ge. size card to-. \ 95Fruitwood I
Cocktail Table and ble, metal. ; .j
Sofa and matching choir. Walnut green per .

Reg.two step 39.95 tcbles.each. 5895 2 pieces i Danish. .style.. ... 6995 o.... VIGNETTE r.v

3 for . . Maple captain 795 Y .rPORTRAIT
choir. ._ ._. .. Y 9
Reg. 39.95. Mersman's square
Dining; table with 6 chairs. Corner table 95
Bernhardt furni- 11 QOO 14 Innerspring Mattress and boxtune. > Y p FOR I ; ,
Walnut. ._.. .
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3-pc. Sectional. I //V

Bernhardt Buffet, QQ95 Turq. . .. ... 99"
like new . Occasion chairs,
200Turq. $100 Happy stroller!
choir to need covers up Flings
Maple step table mode by 1500 Italian style slip-on in
match sectional.Whit !
8: ssett. 1 QOO malt brown leather.
Reg. 39.95 for. 1 End table I50
Saucer 10" walnut. ?. ... limit: 2 ChildrenTo $499H j
/. A Family
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3-piece Bedroom group Dbl.Choir .:': AGES: II I
dresser mirror 4- 1 Lamp by 6 Wks. to 10 Yrs.
dr chest, book8995 2-pc. brown sofa, 4995 table. 300I50 Studio Additional Children
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ccse bed. .. good condition.. .
$2.00 Each -
Satisfaction Guaranteed Selection of Poses :
Mattress. and box 16 2 motchingoccoS., 1 End I
spring, double. ion chairs for .... 2400 table. ... 0.. NO APPOINTMENT $1.00 Extra Favorite subject ,
NECESSARY For Full Flings classic
Figure slip-on Fall opener I
4-pc. group, very jtrong. Chair in deep brown leather. r windowed
and 3-piece TO95 2 end tables, 1 9Q95 Sofa bed, no arms, 300 to black crushed Flmg5$599
sofa. . . C'tail table blonde needs cover. .. Come to: "4 99 or saddle tan. I
Jolly's Toyland. Gainesville Shopping Center Gainesville t \

Fla. Mon. thru Sat. Aug. 24 thru 29th. i ..

OPEN WED. 'TIL 5 P.M. Hour: '9 a.m.-1 p.m.; 2!6 p.m.; 7-9 p.m. Daily. A mad, mad world of school fashion and fun...

For Your Shopping ConvenienceFREE AT JOLLY'S that gets you In the fall swing' of things. Flings stacked .orirfloVV

Flings with buckles and buttons right and left.. .Flings
PARKING Sln smooths and racy Psuedo reptiles. At Kinneys now
I campus-styled Flings for the young 'n

602 S. Main St. I J smart.'I'I,

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Tuesday August 25, 1964Gainesville Sun' j

to College.- ? I IG'oing I Florida women U! f m \;:' $ : .

Let Us KnowGainesville Ladies AtConclave ''7 1

THE TODAY, August 25 mediately following, bride's M. Philpott, 312 NW 23 r d.
f mILY Gaines- II
parents hosts at the
Supper kitchen shower Wedding of Miss Dorothy
Area students entering colleges and universities ville Golf and Country Club.
t for the first year, or those returning to out of state schools complimenting Miss Nancy Jeanne Davis, Washington,
will be listed Sunday, September 6. If you wish to be includedin Ruth Weimer-Women' Editor Pepper, fiancee of John Cars- Luncheon honoring .Miss D. C., daughter of Dr. and
well, Hazelwood, N. C. Miss Nancy Pepper, bride electof
the annual story, fill out the form below and send Mrs. George K. Davis, and
Ann Arnow, Miss Jane Johnson John Carswell, Hazelwood,
Immediately to the Women's Department of the Gainesville Dr. Arthur C. Aikin, Jr.,
WoodwardWatson' and Miss. Martha N.C., Mrs. John E. Merrill,
Stedman, Gainesville Gol Gainesville Golf and Country Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Aik
Please print or type information. Tallahassee women attendingthe -
Democratic national conven- Mr. and Mrs. Burton Moss-, and Country Club.WEDNESDAY Club. in, Gettysburg, Pa., 8:30

week man Woodward announce the Buffet luncheon p.m., First Presbyterian
tion in Atlantic City this August 26 honoring
NAME are two in official capacity anda I engagement and approaching i Davis Aikin wedding par Church. Reception followingin

: large group who accompanied'marriage of their daugher, Miss Luncheon compliment i n g ty and out of town wedding Fellowship Hall of the
," -.--' their husbands, who are delegates Gloria Gaye Woodward, to f H Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis, guests, 1 p.m., Mrs. Harry Church.
Raymond Elliott Watson, son of bride elect of Dr. Arthur C. "
ADDRESS: and observers.Mrs. .. ... IT' -
z'' Ai.i. J ., both Wh I
I Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson of Cor- UA u. ington,
I Jan Mears is district al Gables, and R. E. Watsonof a D. C., 12:30 p.m., Mrs. I

PARENTS' NAME:, delegate and Mrs. Christine Chicago.The len Y. DeLaney, AI-I MR. 4V2 %
Mawell is an alternate delegate. Golf and Country Club.
will take
Others from Tallahassee attending wedding place Dessert bridge honoringMiss I

UNIVERSITY or COLLEGE: the sessions and social Saturday, September 5, in Holy Nancy Pepper, fianceeof I

J events will be: Trinity Episcopal Church. John Carswell, Hazel- !

J Mrs. Farris Bryant, wife of The bride to-be was gradu- wood, N. C., 8 p.m., Mrs. C. '
LOCATION: YEAR: the Governor; Mrs. Ray E. ated from Northampton School gym T. Ayers, Mrs. Asa Cox and Mortgage cards are red
for Girls, Northampton, Mass. ,
Mrs. Kenneth Hodge at the
.. Green, Mrs. Tom Adams, Mrs. i
Now a student at the University savings cards blue
Cox home, 811 NW 37th Ter I ,
J. Edwin Larson, Mrs. Tom
of Florida, Miss Woodwardwill I
Bailey, Mrs. James Kynes and race. I get 4Y2 % !
be graduated in December -
'J' ..dIIIIIIImmIIlnl1! lIIIIIIIIIIIm1nmnnlllmmmlnnnmmnmnnmWDIIIIJIIIIIIIII! ( !! I Mrs. Richard B. Keating. with a degree from the THURSDAY[ August 27 I about you?
Mrs. Genevieve Sauls of Mon- ; Coffee feting Miss Martha
School of Journalism and Com- ff-t"''''' ''';i.4 fsHow
ticello, an alternate delegate, is munications.The Jane Edwards, bride electof I

1 Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants' also Florida a member of the official bridegroomelect wasigraduated I.! Miss Gloria Gaye Woodward Ga.Doug, Mrs.Davis Gus McGriff of Valaosta 1020, I .

party. ]iversity of Florida, where he is
from Coral Gables
NE Third. I ;JH Gainesville
social events plan-
i Among the the of
High School. He received a degree I now attending College
J ned Ladies' Day at the Atlantic : Luncheon Miss
; were honoring
from the College of Business J Law. He is a member of Beta
I City. Race Course today Administration at the Un-Theta Pi fraternity. Dorothy Jeanne Davis, bride- Mutual
ItI ,with luncheon and fashion to-be of Dr. Arthur C. Aikin
: a ---- '-
: : ij show and a fashion show tomor- Jr., both of Washington, D.C., : BUILDING &

I : ; row morning in the Shelburne m/ m 1 p.m., Mrs. Marvin A. 3: i LOAN ASSOCIATION

Grant ballroom on the boardwalk .fi Mk Brooker, 2244 NW Sixth Place. "
) ) 217 N.E. 1st Street
Lake I
\ .' _. 0 party honoring Miss
F :i Highlights of ,all the social Margaret McClamroch and Phone FR 6-6771
her fiance Dr. Surinder Meh- L. -
events were to be the four buf
,.' Mrs. Perle ta, both of Philadelphia, Miss
III1S fet suppers given by Mark Edward Frierson Jr. is the name chosen by Mr. and
.;. 'Mesta at the Sindoni home in Mrs. Mark E. Frierson for their son born August 11 at Ala- Elise Jones at her summer I
t : : ? : Ventnor, N. J., which she rented chua General Hospital. home, Lake Santa Fe.
I for the occasion. I FRIDAY, August 28
,3" The baby is the maternal grandson of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
I Bridesmaids luncheon feting
Gatesman and the paternal grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. PaulE. i
Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis -
Brush on Once Lasts for Month CalendarOf Frierson. bride elect of Dr Ar-

JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston'*8 thur C. Aikin Jr., both of i

No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches on sills t 0 Washington, D. C., by the SPECIALSFor
stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective fo r: ABOUTMrs. PEOPLEguests bride's mother Mrs. GeorgeK.

\ months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets. Events Davis and her daught c rs,
Remember: No-Roach means no roaches. Miss Ruthanna Marie and the Children's Comfort .
J. E. Turlington will of the Morrisons' daughter -

Available At All FOOD FAIR Stores TODAY, August 25 go to West Palm Beach tomorrow Mrs. E. G. Williams, and Miss m., 1890 Mary House Ellen of Davis Ocala., 1 p. Kinder
American Association of to attend the weddingof family.

University Women, evening her granddaughter, Miss i Following a three week At home for Miss Margaret

bridge, 8 p.m. Miss Dorothy Betty Nell McIntosh and Earl stay in Blue Field, West Va., McClamroch and her fiance, 1 REST PAD $177

GUESS WHAT? I Smith, Mrs. John Hogan and Shaw Jr., Weldon, N. C. Mrs. Donald Morrison Jr. and Dr. Surinder Mehta of Phila-

Miss Della Rosenburg, 3745 which will take place Saturday her children, Peggy and Don, delphia, preceeding wedding i Opens to 20" x 48"
SW Fifth Place. noon in the First Baptist will return today. They have rehearsal, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley j' Sanitary & compact ea.

Altrusa Club, 5:30: p.m., Church of West Palm Beach. been visiting Mrs. Morrison's L. West and Mr. and Mrs. Assorted colors

WE Miss Elise Jones hostess at Mrs. Turlington will driveto mother, Mrs.. G.. E. .Fisher. John L. R. Grand at the West
Palm Beach with her son, home, 1907 NW Tenth Avenue.
her Lake Santa Fe summer
Boys & Girls Sizes 3.6x
Dr. Henry Turlington and his '
home. Mr. and Mrs. John Easter Rehearsal dinner honoring
I family, Chapel Hill, N.C., who
Alum and children Miss Su- Miss Margaret McClamr o c h
Sigma Kappa nae their ,
will arrive here today and
MOVED Club, 8 p.m., UF Chapter stay over night.Dr. san, Johnny and Brad, left and her fiance, Dr. Surinder 'Aprons
House. Turlington, pastor: of Friday by car for New York Mehta, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. sioo

WSCS, First Metho d 11; t the University Baptist Churchin City to attend the wedding Harp, uncle and aunt of the Novelty cover-all play I I ,

yes we have moved out of our old location Church, 8 p.m., Bell Hall of Chapel Hill, will peiform of their older daughter, Miss bride, 314 NE Fifth Avenue. aprons with cobbler pockets.

into a brand new home to serve YOU' better. We Church. Circle meetings at the wedding ceremony and the Betty Easter, and John D. I SATURDAY, August 29 100% cotton, washes easily ea.
t now a large choice of all the gardening in Room. Kousi, Bay Shore, Long Island -
carry 7:30 p.m. Bethany Turlington daughters, Lynn Wedding of Miss Margaret -assorted styles & colors.
l supplies and equipment to help you have a better and Carol, will serve as bridesmaids N. Y.
; garden, lawn and crop. Be sure to visit us soon. \WEDNESDAY, August 25 for their cousin. The wedding will be solem- McClamroch of Philadelphia, HOURS:
nized Sunday at St. John's Pa., daughter of Dr. and MON.
I Women's Club Others assisting in the wed-
University Orthodox Church, Blue Point, Mrs. James M. McClam- THRU
ding courtesies from Gaines-
The Kilgore Seed Compa and Newcomers 8 Group,Mrs. ville will be Miss Betty Gail Long Island, and is to be fol- roch, and Dr. Surinder K. SAT.
Bridge, ,
mer p.m. Turlington and Mrs. Charles lowed by a reception at the Mehta of Philadelphia, son of '9.9
Division of and Mrs.
Seed Charles Fairbanks
Asgrow Company Shore Club.
Wishart, also cousins of the Bay Country Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of
Alex Bednarck hostesses
bride. The Easter family will attend New Delhi, India, 10:30: a.m.,
NOW AT Clubhouse, West NewberryRoad. Mr. and Mrs. Wishart are the World's Fair before home of the bride's parents. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
home the end of 1130 North Main Street
returning Luncheon for bridal party (
visiting relatives in Tampathis I I
N.W. 16th AVE.
1315 Gainesville Bridge Club, week. next week. and out of town guests 1mI I, Ii

7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. I

Now a patient in Strong Me-
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':'> #: ::J x $:
morial Hospital, Rochester, W

N.Y., is Dr. Dick Edwards, [ ,J[. ,,, ..
USED AND REPOSSESSEDFURNITURE faculty member of the UF daeN'n

geology department, who was FALL aIM k ea ,
stricken with a heart at- : ,

SALECASH tack last week. Dr. Edwards '
has been visiting relative in 1PIA, n@

Rochester the past month. a"t : '
Just Arrived \ >

Mrs. Donald Morrison Sr. noo@ 0 '. .
and her daughter, Miss Mol-

4 Dr. Student Desk. Walnut 3-pc. Bedroom group. Vanity. Sofa and matching choir ly Morrison, are in Fort Lau-
slightly used . OQ95 chest, panel' bed.! 3'995 Red and \ derdale for a week as house- amy \fats1 ,,
grey set clean.| . . J D re \eSNa.'lOUt \

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Cocktail table. 95 Innerspring, mattress and box :thUSCGovs fL
Single dresser with plate mir- lea

Round walnut.. sPring matching: twin set.slze-. 24'' ror, 3 drawers. 29 95 HEY KIDS!! BRING MOM. II I

I Walnut. . II
J Double Panel bed 8 00 i I
.\ walnut. .. .. Lounge slipcover that sleeps two has245 I

green. .'.. . Dinette set grey formica topDouble $10.00 VALUE !
Dresser w/good mirror. table with! 4 turq. OO95 11x14 !

red 49" chairs. .... .
maple. . . Walnut night 995 I
stand.. . . ---H BUST ;
l ge. size card to-
I Fruitwood Cocktail Table and metal. 695 I !'
Sofa and matching choir.; Walble. green I
two step tables.' VIGNETTE
Reg. 39.95 each. 58 95 quLf.nish pieces .. ... 6995
3for . .. .. Maple I coptoJnchoir. 795
.. ... .. PORTRAIT !
Re fl- 39.95. Mersman's square ;c
Dining table with 6 choirs. Corner table, S. '

I tur Bernhardt*.turnl11900 Walnut ... 1495 I Innerspring Mattress and box t FOR
spring, doubfe. 26 ONLY
3-pe. Sectional.

Bemhardt Buffet. gO95 T urq. . ... 99WMople
J like Occasion chairs,

l Turq. choir to need covers up 200I $100 I Happy strollerl Flings ..
I step table m by match s.ctlonol. 1500 Italian style slip-on in
19 malt brown leather.
1 End table,
Reg. 39.95 for ? White Saucer 1O95 walnut. ..._., I50 f, ._ 4 Limit: 2 ChlfdraaTo $499
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Choir Plastic. F "
; 3-piece Bedroom group. Dbl -
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." dresser mirror, 4- 1 lomp'f. -;" 300I50 fay 6 Wits to 10 Yrs.Barltenee I
: dr. chest book- RQ95 2-pc. brown sofa. 4995 table. . . Studio Additional Children -
case bed. . .. good condition; .
$2.00 Each
Satisfaction Guaranteed Selection of Potts -
Mattress and 1End '
1X00 2 II "

spring, double. ** ion matching'occas2400 for .... table. . ... NO APPOINTMENT $1.00 Extra Favorite subject! ".

I 4-pc. group very strong. Choir NECESSARY For Full Figure Flings classic slip-on Fall opener! F ,
In deep brown .
I and 3-piece 1O95 2 end tables 1 2995 Sofa bed no arms 300 i leather. black windowed ,tnrS$599

sofa .. ... .. C'tail table blonde needs COVer. .. .. Come to: S 499 or saddle crushed tan.

Jolly's Toyland, Gainesville Shopping Center Gainesville -

f Fla. Mon. thru Sat. Aug. 24 thru 29th. .

r Hours.: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; 2-6 p.m.; 7.9 p.m. Daily ; A mad, mad world of school fashion and fun... -. ,

t '.For Your Shopping Convenience AT JOLLY'S I i, that gets you in the fall swing of things. Flings stacked 'or

. flat...Flings with buckles and buttons right and left.. .Rings -
! FREE PARKING in soft smooths and racy psuedo reptiles.
t At Kinneys now
\ U1f__ campus-styled Flings for the young 'n smart. _

, 602 S. Main St. 1 E I'

Phone f '
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10 Gainesville Sun Tuesday August 25..1964. ,

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Programs Of ![ 1HJ1 I +, ,,, f IJ I I ST. AUGUSTINE Integrate Fla. AP) :i GARDEN.Residential LIGHTING AND. Commercial

the SUNPOLICE :- Two of St. Augustine's Catholic Industrial

UF's'ROTCI schools started registering CALL
.J ?; 11111 .1iaR jjiiii d 'C .. .. term.Negroes Monday for the fall C. P. Dressier
Substitute speakers Col. I ; ,:

i Steve Pritz and Maj. Harvey 'n s > l.ird ; FIRE REPORT day.Jack It will be the first integration i Electrical Contractor
M. Dick outlined Air Force Accident Roundup Tapping Jacksonville, of Catholic schools in the area.i Phone FR 6-6193

I ,and Army ROTC programs I Ir Involved in accidents reported and Walter T. Brownette 711 School officials would not comment 910 N.W. 4th St.JriSJSTKSif .

yesterday to Gainesville Civi by the Gainesville Police Department !NE 11th Ave., at 11:05 p.n. yes I.

tan members.The z and Alachua C o u nty terday.

I' : :fSt < Sheriff's Office in the past 24 Jimmy Benton, 2406 NE 2nd :- .. ,. ;.
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two officers presentedbrief hours were: Ave. and Flake E. Watson Rt. f -" :. ".,t.- .>:: r.o- :'t.': :iC; r,
talks In the absence ofT ,, r., Doris Williams, 1626 NE 15th 1, in the 1500 block of E. Univ. .;. .. .'...'.);.. J-:::.UI. :_: ; ..'..' \U;'1!
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scheduled speaker Bill Fleming, Ter., and T. W. Norcross, 7 SW Ave. at 7:50 p.m. yesterday.! I t I '!1.;:". C' '' _'' .'..'.'.:'.';'':"o,' ;;:.:{ .mj'ht: ,Mi-W'

i University of Florida alumni affairs 27th St., at Chandler's Drive In Florian F. Mack 311 SE 49th : .\ ,; .ti!'tr k': ;.:: :; (;1' .J{: .,-

director who was to ir parking lot in the 700 block of Drive, and James E. Cannon, ; : : : : "- :-- -

.\ speak on the ROTC activities a ew K NW 13th St. at 6:38: a.m. to- 112 SE 9th St., at E. Univ. Ave., i \\\ ;,

I 1 on campus. l and 9th St. at 7:10 p.m. yester-' i:, FROM .
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---" 1 i>' 3; !!IIII S ..w..m.. .>--.Ioo.-< ... day. 1MEMO
Pritz said there are approximately RecommendsMerger ;\';
John H. Courtney, Rt. 2, and
Nears ,
45 coed members of
Completion t.TRAltWAYS.
Theodore Huddleston, 1113 NW \
( the Air Force "Angel Flight"Unit 5th Ave., in the 1000 block of

and 1,800 Air Force and Nearing completion is the University of Florida's architecture and fine arts Of NW 5th Ave. at 12:12 p.m. yes- :. Tot

1,000 Army ROTC members at building on Southwest 13th St. Construction on the $1.5 million structure started terday. \:; : Oai1y THRU Trips
in June 1963 and it is expected to be ready for occupancy in November. 5 Rails ;\\l I Ii

I the University. Contractor is Raymond Tassinari. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) Big Fire Calls i

All male students are At 5:44: p.m. yesterday cooking t' 1\ CLEVELAND
WASHINGTON (AP) An examiner t
I required to enroll in ROTC has recommended that fire at dwelling at 805 NE

training classes for their first Prices Rise as 'Cattlemen the Interstate Commerce Commission 24th Ter. '
At 8:05 minor
two years at the UF. approve the unification
fire at dwelling at 2318 SE
i! Both officers emphasized the of: five railroads into the na- 46th Ter.Ass't. !.!
need for junior grade officers Withhold Beef in 23 States 25,000 tion's largest miles. system nearly I\ (

11 from ROTC programs at land The proposal approved. Mon. Head \

grant colleges in the U.S. CORNING Iowa (AP) al headquarters here said retail '- First National Stores and day by examiner Robert H. Ii\\\: \\'\ OF DIRECT ROUTES
Housewives were paying highere price increases at this stage Stop and Shop said meat Murphy calls for the merger of i;..; THRU DAILY TO
four lines the Great Northern Of Recreation ,, TRIPS
Nik Notes Paris prices for meat in some cities would be unjustified.He prices are likely to go up later +.,t:. 5
this week. .Railway, the Northern Pacific -S.,:\
i today as the National Farmers said it appeared that "re- Railway the Chicago Burlington \
ii ,
i Organization continued to with tail outlets will take unfair advantage NFO members massed at
MOSCOW (AP) Premier & Quincy Railroad and the ResignsResignation ( \ MYERS
hold cattle from markets in 23 of the situation and many marketing places Mondayto Pacific Coast Railroad and a0year 1\1fT\ r
Khrushchev has marked the
states. raise prices toward the end of try to talk truckers out of delivering .
lease on the Spokane
20th anniversary of the liberation animals. of Assistant Recreation "' I\\
Meat on the hoof was bringingthe the week. Portland and Seattle Railway.If Director Carol Lanoux << Ii.i.' 7
The announced NFO policy is : :
of Paris from Nazi Germany .,
highest prices in more thana Sporadic incidents of violence approved by the full com announced this ?
to hold out for its price goals of was morning by -- -- -
by declaring France and the year for those who did sell. occurred as truckers tried to deliver -;$22.75; a hundredweight for No. land 'mission the combined system Recreation Director Ray Mas- .\ ,
Soviet Union should cooperateto However receipts were downat meat animals despite the to be known as the Grea,
No. 2 hogs, $32.45 for choice
major markets as the holding holding action. Northern Pacific & Burlington sey.Massey
prevent a "new tragedy in beef cattle and $29.45 a hundredweight said the resignation is
action entered its fifth day. Mid At Duluth Minn. retailers Lines. Inc. would have assetsof '
effective Sept. 1.
Europe. I for sheep. It seeks All T/ailways thru routes are served by units
west packing plants were layingoff said fresh beef and pork cuts I contracts guaranteeing these more than $2.6 billion and annual Lanoux, who has been with of bus
Trailways modern rest-room equipped
The declaration was in a income of more than $775 ,
were up as much as 10 cents a the recreation department since
prices, the same goal as in 1962 fleets. You'll appreciate the careful I, accuratetrip
message Monday to President President Oren Lee Sta- pound.In when it conducted a 33-day holding million. last October, is leaving to as information provided by our trained information -

Charles de Gaulle. ley at the organization's nation. Boston, two grocery chains action. Murphy said the system sume a field representative post clerks and the courtesy of our
would be the largest:! railroad in ;
thG 1M t A t
wi enera o ors ccep once
-terms f agents and bus operators.
he United States o in the Ocala
Corp area.
= THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker miles of road and geographic "I regret losing Carol," Massey .

:distribution, and the third largest said. "He has done a wonderful ,

in annual revenues. job with the program -iw ,d R

He recommended a number of luring his stay with the depart
onditions that would require "

I Not Much of a Show gateways maintenance and of open channels routes of, nent.The recreation director said

t le is accepting applications forL
I trade; the opening of important 3 replacement for Lanoux. : !'FROM GAINESVILLE TO: One-way

new gateways to competing The job calls for a college degree I,.@i ST. PETERSBURG . . $4.20 ;
railroads and protection of adversely
; -
in recreation or an allied g. 4'/2 hours 5 trips daily.
= affected railroad em ield. Massey said he is lookingor lfJ' WASHINGTON . . .$23.70
ATLANTIC CITY What t At genuine conventions of 4 olor portaits at $1, and L.B.J. :realize that any attempt to turn :ployes. f someone between 22 and 40md ( _;:;W';: service over 2 hours faster. '

the Democrats are staging here course there are usually minor I;portrait frames for $2.50. his into a convention can only Murphy's recommendations prefers that the new assistant -ill;gi.Thru CLEVELAND .: ._ . $30.45

1 is not a convention, but an ap- differences of opinion among One of the amusements ef diminish their chances of glory. were denounced in Cleveland, have at least a year's ex l*/W New thru service via Ashevifle.MEMPHIS .
a /
preciation.The And so though the man looking Ohio by H. E. Gilbert presi- .: . . . $19.10
the politicians and the give real convention jerience. *:::; ;
dictinction is illustratedby button is the cheapestway ] lies in having for action can drop in on dent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive :F-W:: New Silver Eagle service.TRAILWAYS .

the party's mercenary policy away ever divised of advertising -1 this kind of junk pressed on Humphrey's floor, he is unlikelyto Firemen and Engine More Comfort(Advertisement Wearing) $.1t<>-1. BUS STATION %

on L.B.J. buttons. Peoplewho them. At an appreciation, :you free. Here aggressive bands see anything more stirring men, who called the decision 1=: ;; .. 527 W. Univ. 372-6327
have been to genuine con differences of opinion are muted, of young people block the boardwalk than the senator's press aide, "another victory for monopoly FALSE TEETHHere : .

ventions will find it hard to be- and the button can be turned and try to unload it witha Robert C. Jensen eating a fish. nterests." +,/ Is a pleasant way to overcome

lieve but the only way to get to the benefit of the party ; high- pressure sales pitch. There is no dearth of Democratic "The recommended merger"p I loose an Improved plate discomfort.powder sprinkled FASTEETH on TRAllWAYS.Easiest
t an L.B.J. button here is to pay Gilbert said in a statement upper and lower plates holds them
been here.
it star-caliber
treasury as : politicians
Another firmer sO that they feel more com-
for it. Such pinch penney tactics amusement of a real "would be a surrender to the fie fortable. No rummy, gooey pasty earth
I All the other paraphernalia of I convention is the political side.I but the problem is that there is nancial interests that seek taste or feeling. Its alkaline (non- travel on
unheard of at genuine .
are conventions has suffered the I no place to go see them per- acid) Does not sour. Checks "pIa te
and the only explanation show. It is greater profit from minimum odor breath" Get FASTEETH today
conventions missing altogetherhere.
same transformation. Take ridiculous form except at Perle Mesta's. at drug counters everywhere.
service jobs will be cut by at
is that the Democrats -
hats. At a convention, The conventioneer who feels
believe the nation is not delegates are swamped with In San Francisco last month, cheated by all this can retaliate least 30 per cent and many themselves communities
merely ready to appreciate free ridiculous hats. Here they for example, the sideshows in by refusing to pay $4.50 will l
with either rail service
President Johnson but is willing have to pay for them. A ridiculous -the downtown hotels were often for a ridiculous L.B.J. cowboy relegated to no branch fine or I ,

l to pay for the privilege. L.B.J. cowboy hat goesas more amusing than the main hat or 20 cents for an L.B.J .
status. i
The most modest L.B.J. buttons high as $450 and a ridiculous event at the Cow Palace. Great button. Naturally this is not I

sell at 20 cents apiece. At L.B.J. straw boater for Republican stars were constantly recommended for delegates and TO WHOM IT NOTICE MAY CONCERN OF SALE : e H
real conventions, buttons of this You are hereby notified that the following -- 1 1t 1I
$1.50. L.B.J. pennants sell at $1 turning up in hotel ballroomsto other political professionals who motor vehicle: 1963 Chevroletspt
size are normally dumped free each, L.B.J. candy jars at $2.25, describe each other in unspeakable -hope to do well after the Nov cpe S 31M7A134801 will be sold \\
in at public sale at 10:00 A.M. o'clock on ,1
on innocent passers by L.B.J ashtrays at 75 cents, terms, and the ember elections. For them the the 31st day of August. 1944 at 1321

bushel lots on the theory that I L.B.J. cuff-links at $4.50, L.B.J. conoisseur could savor the bitterness word is appreciate.NOTICE The North proceeds Main Street of the Gainesville.sale will Florida.be applied : -'. -

a few will stick and turn the ........ in the party's soul at to the payment of the cost of '''''''' ''' F .,'
and sale of said motor
victim into a walking billboard. .', '. OF SALE retaking storing
'. any of half a dozen hotel bars. vehicle and the cost of publication of "
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+.-...... TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: notice of sale and then to the satisfaction ... .
e. ,
,' a? Here, when the main show You are hereby notified that the following of the balance due under the lIT'' ,
THEIR FIRST run UNCTM MOTION PICTURE motor vehicle: 1962 Vclkswagon2dr '
M IN COLOR! I rmaI is not in progress, there is no S 4665242 will be sold at public O.contract Box 262.with Chiefland.Ronald W.Florida Cannon coveringthe P. :' p":: i
sale at 10:00 A.M. o'clock on the 31st
-McHAE: place to go, simply because nobody day of August 1964. at 1321 North Main financing of said motor vehicle. Any i I
NAW. e 1M1Fra'4' e"P surplus will be paid to you. ano you
..... Street Gainesville Florida. ., .
.Me I .a will remain liable for any balance remaining ,
ERNEST BORGNINE .. .. e.ee has a headquarters. At an The proceeds to the of payment the sale of will the cost be applied of- unpaid under said contract. ,. '. .'.. ,
Dated this 11th day of August. 1964.
1.3.5 I 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 appreciation no headquartersare retaking storing and sale of said. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT David Lawrence
| ALSO IN OCALA motor vehicle and the cost of publication CORPORATIONBy
7.9 I necessary. of notice of sale and then to the : H. L Jamerson
satisfaction of the balance due under ,
Gainesville Florida
R. C. FUN SHOW Admittedly, Senators HubertH. the contract with James H. Gann. 3354 (3571) 1:25 .,C' '
I I Humphrey and Eugene J. N.W. 16th Place Gainesville. Florida \ James Reston
THURS. 10 a.m. covering the financing of said motor
McCarthy of Minnesota, who vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to Go
I and will remain liable for
ar oolontltfs. lead in the vice presidential any you balance remaining unpaid under

pa1YE-Ik Ra.l RR20 THEATRE IRG.t011 e guessing game, have taken said Dated contract.this 11th day of August. 1964. @_fl./-g;; s } Richard Wilson .

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Now I It's I I T"r*. :

: Gators : Ready for Platoons

Back Two platoon football hasn't per cent of the time. Most of ation will y be missing until mid-. Don Ringgold previously. 'back from Apopka. Waxman

Just _.4 come back all the way according -i the other situations will involve September. will be in the picture this fall. switched from Syracuse to DadeJr.

':: to Hoyle or the 1964 ''I"kicking plays. They are Mike Waxman of College at Miami befors

college grid rules, but it has Both Ways Quarterback Tom Shannon, Miami, who played one yearat coming to the UF. McCullougV'

for Florida's Gators. Graves said players involvedin j fullback John Feiber, halfback guard for Syracuse; Bob Mc and Kevern both went to North. .

Coach Ray Graves revealedthe the punting game will have 'Jack Harper and guard Jim Cullough, center from Mount east Oklahoma which gave the I

To Work. UF coaches have studied to learn both offense and .defense -]Bernhardt are nursing varied Dora: and George Kevern. half.Gators Bobbv Joe Green and I
the rules situation closely and "They will have to be ailments but all are expected ---

I will go right into drills at I able to protect the kicker and to be ready by the time the

[6:30 a.m. Thursday devoted to return kicks" he sa.d.; I Southern Methodist opening
Having been off in another world the three weeks it's New Bronco
past ito tutoring offensive and defensive The only drawback to the i game arrives on Sept. 19. QB
almost an impossible task to sit down to the fact that the units only. Florida has established plan would be Photo .
National League pennant race is virtually over, that the Day
used three
I a team system in wholesale injuries once the sea-
The annual Press and Photo
Yankees are virtually out of the American League struggle
and that Florida's Gators here too. the past few years. son gets under way. J Day is set at 9:30: a.m. tomor-
are Lee
meaning-football, Has
Graves said he figures the As of now, only senior halfback J row at Florida Field. Actuallythe Jacky

If one wanted to be more than slightly corny, one might RAY GRAVES platoon system, under current Jerry Newcomer, sidelined j photo portion got under

deduce from this that "the honeymoon is over ." Starts Early rules will work out about 90 by an appendicitis oper- ,ray today with freshmen pictures -

Having now become almost an expert on the adjustment I on the agenda this after- Coach in Smiles

.J necessary to compete with huge supplies of duplicated wedding noon. I

gifts, no supply of clean laundry, how to push a filled Graves will entertain visiting

grocery cart between more of the same, learning that a scribes at a luncheon tomorrowat By JACK HAND I Buffalo, and Willie Brawn, a

bottle opener and a can opener do not make the home, the Holiday Inn. At this ((12th in a Series) econd; year man from Gramb-

I that the marriage license entitles the wife to eminent do- time he is expected to make FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) I ing. Goose Gonsoulin plays the

main in the bathroom and the bedroom closest, that nice his annual pre-season forecast- Whether it's for two years or I ight safety.

neighbors make apartment living much nicer for the Gators. The UF coach. 1 whether it's forever, Jacky Lee

has been uncannily accurate i I is a sight for sore eyes in Den- Shoulder Injury

GiftsAlso with his summations heretofore. ver. Jack Faulkner, the Bronoos' Tommy Janik is out of actionor

Wedding BUDWEISER CRUISES 1I I coach, is like a kid with anew a few weeks with a shoulder
There will be 80 gridders on 1:njury while Norm Bass, former
that some wedding gifts are'worthy of note. Suchas hand tomorrow. Twenty five I toy. I Cansas City pitcher fights vet-
"I'll take Lee
the horseshoe (for good luck) kicked off by' a famed steed anyway I can
lettermen the list Atkins for the .
top includingnine him said E:ran Billy job.on
up Blue Grass way in Lexington, Ky., and a sure-fire recipefor seniors and 14 juniors. J get Faulkner "In I> Mavity, signed by Denveror
BY I this business from
BRADENTON you go along
tendered 6-2
mint-julep, by friend G. Caden Blincoe, one- f both football and baseball,
Three junior college transfers year to year. Who knows? After
: v rill be a reserve defensive
I. 1 two years maybe we can get

WINTER HAVEN -1 Defending champion Bud- 1i i him away from them anyway. t>tack

weis r of Gainesville follow ed some lusty hitting and Tests I'm[ not going to worry about Two ex-New York Jets, end
slick pitching by veteran I 3ill (Maggie) McGee to ai I two years from now." I 2d Cooke and tackle Charlie

6-2 win last night in the si tate softball tourney. j Lee, the No. 2 quarterback behind J ranerette, will be on the defeniive -

Budweiser topped Tropicanna ji i Texas in GBJACKSONVILLE 1 George Blanda at Houston, 5 line with Ray Jacobs and

of Bradenton. while Painter's 1 recently was sent to Denver on I Ia Leroy Moore or Chuck Gavin.

__ (APGeoria ) -: two-year loan with the under-
Poultry of Jacksonville outlasted | The linebackers from left to
; will meet Texas in the opening standing he is to be turned back
Daniels Plumbing of Winter L Ito ight will be Tom Erlandson,
Haven, 3-2, in eight innings in game of the Gator Bowl the Oilers at that time. ferry Hopkins or Marv Mat-
time; Sun employe. Will be glad to loan out the recipe in the other opening night contest. Tournament Dec. 29. Leader iszak and Jim Fraser, the

exchange for samples of same Budweiser broke a scoreless -' Florida will meet Wake For- "This gives who 1 eague's leading punter. Mingo
us a can
C:st in the other first round guy
does the
: game ( place kicking.
'S deadlock in the fourth inning -, lead us said Faulkner. "It is
And there are the remembrances of 44- degree nights in t hat night.

mid-August in the mountain country, the tremendous friend- with a three-run outburst. After the first real experienced quar- 1\ext.Green Bay

liness of people in Tennessee, .especially in stores, restaur- Harold Elzey singled, Don Fulton Barnum."t First round winners meet for terback we've had since I have

ants and motels, family style eating (and good) in Pigeon doubled Elzey home with tC,he championship Dec. 30 after been here, except Frank Tri-

Forge (that's .in Tennessee, too), the family get together the game's first run. Sonny i consolation game. pucka. Saints Eke

in Ohio where the new bride met an assortment of in-laws Cutsche followed with a two-run Florida has won the tournament "We really needed help at

and make a speech that will top anything any politician homer to make it a 3-0 lead for quarterback. John McCormick

comes up with between now and Nov. 3 Budweiser. ( ) I four times and Georgia had a knee operation last year Into First

I hree: times. This will be the and Mickey Slaughter had a dislocated -

Another Run '= irst for Wake Forest shoulder last season. We

; The First Time Gainesville added another in IJ and appearances Texas. had to go with Don Breaux. If Place TieBy

q the sixth on a sacrifice fly by Pitching Breaux had been hurt last sea-

Oh, yes! There was the night of Aug. 19, when I beat.the Fulton that plated Elzey and ;; son we would have had to use I THE ASSOCIATED PRESSSt.

Mrs. for the first time. I had a 52 (par 31)) on the Putt-Putt closed out with two more in the Lionel Taylor at quarterback."
Petersburg edged into
golf course and she posted a 63. sixth when Gene Ritch .triple BIG FOUR IN PADS Lee will have a fine target in I Florida State League tie for a

in Prince Kendall and Bill split end Taylor who has led the t[irst with Orlando Monday
That's how it's been the last three weeks. For lack of any place
better descriptive word-just plain great. Campbell. 'Leather pass receivers in each of theAFL's ( night by defeating Fort
McGee mixing his pitches Thumping' four years. Bill Groman I Lauderdale 51.Orlando's .
One last thought. To make it easier for the multitude of well, had Tropicanna blanked is behind Taylor.

questions sure to come from friends. until the final inning when game at Tampa
Rookie End ,was rained out, leaving a tight

Q Did you have a nice trip? Richard Thurmond homered Music in Grid Matt Snorton, a rookie from J race for first with Tampa just
with Jim Williams on base. Camps
A Yes. Michigan State, probably will (one-half game behind.
McGee limited Tropicanna to oust Tom end.
BW Rychlec as tight
Q Do like five "hits while his mates got 11, II II Bob is the flanker but The Saints' victory came on
you being married? By JAMES RUSSELLSun Scarpitto
Coach Mike Gutierrez
had who off
two each Ritch as-' players are on jobs. t he: five-hit pitching of Hank
by Campbell, ,
Faulkner has come with a
A Yes. SportswriterThe sistant Jim Lepper work out the up ]flarden. He struck out 10 Yankee -
Elzey and Buck Benton. "We to be little bit rookie Odell of
speedy Barry
leather started appear
thumping P. K. Yonge varsity in the I batters while teammate ,(.,
Q Are you glad to be back at work? Unearned Runs yesterday as the area's "Big morning as he attended the short on manpower, but the Findlay. I Norv Rasmussen knocked in

A I refuse to 'onHhe Painters took advantage of Four" moved into pads and dean's breakfast for the P. K. boys are working hard. Althoughwe Fullback Billy Joe and halfbacks I two runs with three hits.
answer grounds that I might tendto to lack size Gene Charlie
headed into the second week of seem maybewe Mingo,
misplays to collect two unearned Yonge faculty. Gutierrez returned -
incriminate myself: can make for that with Mitchell and Hewritt Dixon will Two unearned runs in the
: grid drills. up
runs in its triumph over to coaching duties in the aft
Daniels. Work this week will key on ernoon. hard work," Roberts said. handle the running. I eighth inning gave Sarasota its
:3-1 victory over Miami. A Mi-
Eldon Danenhauer and Jim
Tennis Giants Losing pitcher Lasseter held First scrimmage sessions, like- The PKY coach said things At Starke, Coach David Hurse Perkins at tackles, Tom Nomina 'ami first baseman bobbled a

the Jax club to three hits while ly GHS on Friday. were. going along according to stepped up the practice pace for and Bob McCullough at guards I line drive by Jerry Sutton, letting

coach Jim Niblack ran schedule. He said there are his Tornadoes. Hurse is aimingfor and Giant rookie Ray Kubala of t two runners home on an
forces through two sessions ;
still a few PKY players on vacation a controlled scrimmage Texas A&M at center probablywill I rror.
Jack Nears yesterday. Niblack said that I whom he would like to later in the week.
be the front line. Harold Olson An eighth inning triple by
the 'Canes engaged in "f 1 1-
1 Capture Third speed contact work" in both u ses ]lave on hand for drills. Classes start at Bradford and Jerry Sturm will be the I Daytona Beach star Al Goldis

However Gutierrez said "We ent three runs home to give
lOOOOO sions. High Thursday and this means swing men.Faulkner ;
$ are going along according to is high on corner t he: Islanders a 5-4 victory over
CHESNUT HILL, Mass. AP) "Then there's the Davis Hurse will have to curtail his
Cup.We've Good schedule and I 11 Willie Westt from I Lakeland.urse .
Practices am genera y drills. men acquired
Dennis Ralston and Chuck twice-a-day
got to show that it was DUNEDIN (AP) The $2,900 "We had a pleased> with the practices I -
: McKinley, the young men who I no fluke in Australia, by keep- Hurse said his Tornadoesstill
Jack Nicklaus won in the American real good pairor have had.
t returned the United States to ,ing it." have a long way to go to
Golf Classic
world tennis Sunday pushed practices, make for lack of AIR RACING
supremacy, are Controlled candi-
ScrimmageThe up
McKinley, 23, and Ralston, 22-, his total winnings for the year to considering the
one-third of the way home to- year-old Southern California almost $100,000.The heat Niblack! PKY mentor said he tioning. The Starke mentor said
ward an impossible goal. student, were the key factors in hopes to have a controlled guard Roger Chilson and quar-

"Mission one-third accomplished -'the Unites States' Davis Cup Professional Golfers' As- said.Niblack said scrimmage sometime this week. terback Wayne McLeod decided -

," shouted the 22-year- triumph a year ago and are the sociation reported Nicklaus has he pleased Charlie Roberts put his Santa -! not to play football TIME HEREBy

V old Ralston after he and McKinley -principal figures in the defense banked $99,117 while winning 3 with was the of Fe forces through their first Bob Reaves, out with a bad
I had 'demolished the English ,against the winner of the Swe of the 20 tournaments in which senior fullback sessions in pads. knee last year his returned.

duo of Mike Sangster and Graham ,den-Australia he competed. BILL STALL c at once.
interzone match Charlie Smith Roberts thought the heat slow- Lack ,of depth is going to be
Stillwell 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 Monday RENO, Nev. (AP) There's a As Fast
Cleveland next month. Arnold Palmer, who won $3- and sophomore Chart Sm ", ed down his practices and he the top problem for the Tor-
i and captured their third he is still few nadoes Hurse said. right time for everything, says ''These planes are going to gc
The ease with'which they dispatched 300 for a third place finish in tackle John Jackson. says missing a : ,
r National Doubles Tennis Cham- stocky, blue-eyed Bill Stead. is fast as the jets could aroundhis
the Britons-the first the American, has earned $93- "The running of Smith has *'
rj pionship. "All at once, this seems to be t course, maybe faster
English pair to reach the finals 743 in 21 tournaments and been
Tony a pleasant surprise to "
I the right time for air racing. S lead says.
' "Our goals for the
summer, :since 1903 indicated "
they Lema is third in the standingswith us, Niblack said. Browns
Stead 40 had been thinking The race course is in Spanish
Ralston said, "have been this were ready. Neither lost his ExpressOld ,
win the national doubles and retire -,serve or was in danger of doingso. $70,938.Others i iI I Turning to Jackson, a 6 2, about revival of the national S prings; Valley, an earlydayanch

I the cups. Then Forest in the first ten are: 240 pounder, Niblack said, championship races almost I area 15 miles northeast of

Hills." Bill Casper Jr., $64,886; Ken "Jackson's play has impressed since they were abandoned at I ieno's tourist accommodations

Third TitleIt Venturi, $53,840; Gary Player, me to the point where ]I ConfidenceBy Cleveland more than a decade md casinos.

ImpossibleThat's was the third doubles $52,949; Juan Rodriguez, $46- am ready to carry him on the ago. Until the past two years, he The crowd will watch from
where the quest becomes championship for the two-pre- was unable to get anything more randstands in the center of the
728; Mason Rudolph, $43,612; varsity. He is the only sophomore -
impossible. vious victories came in 1961 and Mike Souchak, $37,533, and Bob we currently plan to car- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "I'll probably be around until than moral support. C ourse.:

; "Naturally we can't both win 1963-and retired the silver bowl Nichols, $37,087. ry on our varsity." There were 28 seconds remaining they sweep me out. "Suddenly, everybody's inter- Prize money will total nearly

the singles, but we'll both be emblematic of the champion on the clock. CleveThey may never sweep him ested," says Stead, a Reno cattleman 50,000.

,* trying," Ralston said. "One of ship. The last duo to win three land's Lou Groza calmly lined',out of the record books. and former world champion

us shouM win it. were Bill Talbert and Gardnar up his field goal attempt with The alltime leading scorer' in speedboat driver.On .

Mulloy, who won their third title the Browns trailing the Los Angeles the NFL, Groza holds eight Sept. 12, engines will roar f.MAJORt

in 1946. Rams 28-27 in the National league records and his seniorityas into life at dawn at Clearwater ;

/i I "Denny and I are at the top of Football League championshipgame. a pro dates back to the origi- Fla. Souped-up World War II '4LEAGUE 4W

"SPORTSMAN'S"PIGEST ,our games," said McKinley, nal Browns of the now defunct fighters take off for the Reno

who plays out of San Antonio, AMERICAN LEAGUEW i NATIONAL LEAGUE As Groza approached the ball All-American Conference. to open nine days of racing, /
; L Pc?. G... W L Pc?. G... aerobatic competition sailplane fEADERSAMERICAN
Baltimore 77 41 AM Philadelphia 76 48 .613 fo r the all-important kick, on Groza will be shooting to hit ,
I tt..0- Tex.Their Chicago 7* 31 JM 2 San Francisco 70 55 AM 6'# already -the soaring and exhibitions in the
I doubles triumph, engi- New York 71 52.577 5Dtroil Cincinnati 6f 55 JS7 7 |the sidelines, the Browns 1,000-point mark in his NFL air
" I NETTING TWO FISH :neered in just 50 minutes completed 65 43 JM UV* St. Louis 66 51 .532 It were heaving their helmets -career this season. He has national championship races Batting 300 at bats LEAGUE- Oliva. Minne-
t Minnesota 63 tt 304 14 Pittsburgh 44 41 .51k: 12-4
ON ONE LINE a sweep of the titles for Las Angeles 43 66 .488 14 Milwaukee 43 60 .512 12V in the air in a sign of vic scored 987 points on 176 field of 1964. 5 eta .335; Mantle New York .30.
Cleveland 60 44 .476 ITVj Los 60 43 .*88 13', Runs Oiiva Minnesota. lij Howser,
-1 Angeles
, the United States and markedthe Boston M 61 .460 l'v* Chicago 57 41 .456 10 tory. goals, 543 extra points and one Races Folded c::ieveland M.
first time in 10 years it had Washington 50 71 .31 Wfi Houston 55 71 .431 22 _That was 13 years ago, and touchdown.The The previous races folded for ,ij Runs; Stuart batted Boston.! In -n.KIDebrew Minnesota,
Kansas City 41 77 JM 29 New York 32 13 .334 :34Yesterdays'
been accomplished. Yesterdays Results Groza justified the"Browns con- touchdown came on a several reasons. Civilization was Hits Oliva Minnesota W; B. Ro .
; Results II nun Baltimore 146.
: The sweep was set up when Only Minnesota gam 4.scheduled Chicago 3 Milwaukee 12. Philadelphia fidence, kicking the winning pass from Otto Graham in 1950 creeping in on likely racing Doubles. ,Bressoud Boston and OIU
v''a Minnesota 33; Colavito, Kansas
St. LOUIS 5 1 City
the California duo of Billie Jean Today's Games Houston 2. Chicago 0 field goal. on a since outlawed tackle eligible areas and creating hazards that 2>t_
l Los Angeles (C tewood 3-2) at Kansas San Fran.4, Los Angeles 2 play.- sometimes turned into tragic Triples Venal)**. Minnesota, f; Yas.'rzemskl -
4 Moffitt, of Long Beach and Mrs. City (Meyer 1-4). night Only scheduled Confidence t' Boston and Fregosl Los An.
( Karen Hantze Susman of San Minnesota (Stigman 42) at Chicago (Pi- games One other trade was concluded -accidents. Aviation authorities II)Cl's I.Home.
larro 14-41 night Today's Games .Once again Monday, the runs Klliebrew, Minnesota 421
to Diego upset top-seeded Australians Cleveland (McDowell 54) at Baltimore New York (Jackson 7-12 or Stallard 7-14 ; during the day as the 22 pro tightened requirements. F'owe II. Baltimore 31.
, ...... 5 '!!'_ Smith and (Pap CWs li. night at Cincinnati (Purkey 7-7). night Browns expressed their confi- football clubs trimmed their Military jets began to domi- Stolen bases Aparlclo, Baltimore
CURRf Margaret Lesley Washington (Osteen 12at New York
'-- 4 K; Wels. Chicago and Oavalillo Cleve-
(Veale 13-10) at St. Louis
< Pittsburgh
} dence in Groza now a 40-year-
; Turner 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 for the wornen's Detroit(Ford(Wickerham 12-SJ. night 15at Boston (Heffner (Simmons 13night: squads to get down to the 45- nate, Stead adds. Then came a I,and. 17.Pitching. .
San Francisco (Marichal 15-5) at Lea old. veteran of 18 professional rule that only one jet could fly 12 decisions Bunker. BatH.riore
I \1 title. 4-4) ni MTenMfTvw's Angele (Kouf" "-5). nIght ployer limit by the Tuesday 13-3. .113; Puarro. Chtcaoc 1m. ,
: ONCE M A WHILES WHO* USING Games N Philadelphia (Short 13-4) at Milwaukee football seasons, by trading deadline. around the tight, closed pylon .
r Los Angeles at Kansas City. Strikeots Downing. New Yorfc.M
A DROPPER WITH AN EXTRA PLY Minnesota at Chicago. N chicago(Cloninger(Broglio 12-12)7-10)night at Houston (Johnson rookie kicking specialist Dick The Green Bay Packers course at one time. The winner 1 ; Peters Chicago and Pent. KansasCity.
OR) BATTED HOOK,TWO FISH MAY Johnson Goes Cleveland at Baltimore N M3). night STimarrsw's Van Raaphorst to the Dallas reduced -was determined on the basis of ( 154.
, Washington at New York their
BE HOOKED AT ONCE WHEN IT Games squad below the
Detroit at Boston. N. for undisclosed NATIONAL LEAGUE
I HAPPENS PLAV BOTH FISH COMPLETELY To Semifinals New York at Cincinnati. N Cowboys an limit by trading veteran defen- time. Batting 300 at bats Clement Pitt*,
Out THEN, IN STREAM< FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW Pittsburgh at St. Louis. N draft choice. lineman "We've analyzed all the gripes I burgh, .344 Williams. Chicago .321.
r L Pet G.B. Chicago Houston. N sive Urban Henry to Francisco tt AU
FJSHIN6 Runs Mays. San ;
Orlando 32 23 .512 San Fran. at Los Angeles. N There had been speculationthat of the old air races not that Ithey' Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh Steelers for future -
I !
j CURRENT IN CLOSE TO YOU.MOLD Johnson Jr. of Hollywood, seeded St. Petersburg 3B 23 .582 Philadelphia at MilwaukeeINTERNATIONAL Van Raaphorst, a 10th a weren't ,great. But we're Runs batted In Boyer, St. Louis.
r ROO-TJP HIGH TO KEEP RSHES' Tampa 32 24.snIt draft choice.Bowling. ,M, Santo. Chicago. M
HEADS OUT OP THE HATER. SUBMERGE sixth, defeated Roger Pharrof Ft Lauderdale 21 21 JM 4V.. WLPgt.LEAGUE 6.B. round draft choice from Ohio ,trying to upgrade this as muchas Hits Clemente Pittsburgh. 161; Wlb

NET DOWN STREAM AND Orlando 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 and Miami Sarasota 27 25 2 21* .482.472 5Vi 4 Syracuse 70 54 .594 State tutored by Groza, ,would we can." tr lams.Doubles Chicago-, 163.Maya> Milwaukee 331
LET END FISH DROP BACK INTO moved into the semifinals Daytona Beach 22 31 .41S f Jacksonville 71 SA.591It MeetThere Chicago. 32. '
of the his teacher the 'Williams.
Buffalo M53J replace as r Jets will be the shelf at the ,
n> FOLLOWED BY TOP FISH. Lakeland 20 32 .35 10V4 TVi on Triples Santo. Chicago. 10 Plnson.
I Florida Clay Court Tennis tournament Yesterday's Res.Ws Rochester :TV 415W: a Browns extra point and field for and C Cincinnati and Cainon Philadelphia t.
I will be of 1964 races inspection
IN EOAT-F1SHIMG. ,HAVE PAL NET Orlando at Tampa ppd.. rain Toronto 6? 62 J27 9 a meeting Home runs Mays. San Francisco
TOP FISH FIRST THEN CUT DROP- Monday. Sarasota 3. Miami 1. Richmond 57 74 .43 II goal kicker. C the Sunday Night Mixed Bowling exhibition, but not for racing. :yt; Williams. Chicago. 27.
. St. Petersburg 5. Fort Lauderdale 1 Columbus 54 77 .421 23 Stolen bases Wills, Los Angeles: 3t|
.MR BEFORE HE. NETS END PlS Johnson will play top-seedei Daytona Beach S. Lakeland 4 Atlanta 47 84 JSf 31. "I feel good this yeor and will League Sunday 7 p.m. at Palm This, combined with a spacious I Brock St. Louis 35.

Roger McCormack of Coral Ga- Orlando at Todays St. Petersburg Game :Rochester at Todays Syracuse Game 2 playas long as I can," said Lanes. The purpose of this meeting natural desert racing area, will J Pitching, lf-5 12 Jttj decision Burning- "Koufax.Philadelphia LotAngeles *

bles, who defeated Bob Bossong Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland Toronto at Buffalo 2 Groza. "I never work on the will be to organize the allow seven planes to race 1 I 14-4 ..T1I.Strkeouts.

.:.. ; Coral Gables '-3. &-0. feaytaM Miami at Reach Tampa" at Sarasota I Columbus Richmond at at Atlanta Jacksonville, I : principle of leaving. : 1964-65 league. around the 8-mile .unlimited I Los-Angeles.Koufax, t Ua$ Angela 22SiDrysdala
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D/srANce. Over-Anxious Cary PayinQff11 Heading t.r; ,)

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FOR -THAT WILL Alt IN JUDGING: : tt 1"ANCe1t; ) ts
OF -TUB PIN CM LAt4D GUR 61TuREANyrHINC Associated Press Sports Writer "I against the Dodgers in the first The Twins scored twice in the flies with the tying run on third.I AugustWedding
-1'.tA1") R5 Glte AND ?ERSPEGf1YECOMPARISON. Seems that Carty was
.. Rico Carty of the Milwaukee Just a kid! and I didn't realize inning with a four-run outburst, second inning against the White Bill White hit a two-run homer

e .., I Braves admits he was a bit what I was doing"-had signed helped along by Tommy Davis' Sox with the aid of an error by for the Cardinals in the eighth ?

t t, over-anxious about breakinginto with the Estrellas club in the Do error on a Willie Mays liner., Al Weis and added two more in and Ken Boyer followed with

1 organized baseball. minican Republic before wieldIng That produced one run, a the third on singles by Rich Rol--another homer, taking the

He signed with just about every his pen for the Giants and grounder by Orlando Cepedadrove lins Tony Oliva and Zoilo Versaties. pressure off Bob Gibson. Gibson RENT the Newest t

I club in. the Dominican Re Reds. The Estrellas club had in the second and Jim. Then they held on as the was working on a 2.1 lead at Formal Wear at. ,o .

< public. And with San Francisco. sold Carty to the Braves. Hart finished things up with a i White Sox muffed their oppor- that point and wound up with a tf

II And Cincinnati. And he had his two-run homer. tunities.
I; -rs Against the Phillies, Carty six-hitter while striking out 12.
runaway pen in hand, ready to doubled in the first, singled in The Dodgers scored their only The White.Sox had! the'potential Pitcher Bob Bruce, who al-: &4 4

I sIgn with St. Louis, when Milwaukee the second, homered in the runs in the first on a homer b y, tying runs on'' in the sixth, lowed only two hits, got the

protested.But fourth and doubled in the fifth Willie Davis, then were shut out t: but Jim Kaat picked Don Bu- Colts winning rally started in

.. AWe: mtJ'1" EJe- the Braves haven't protested and the seventh, lifting his aver- the rest of the way by Jim Duf-, ford off first to end the inning the eighth inning with a singleoff
\ fOOWAW1N& since.A age from .312 to .323 with the falo.: Duffalo, who hadn't; Chicago then closed to within Lou Burdette. Walt Bond's,
The Store With More
J; FOR-fHE; PLAYERS 24-year-old outfielder making spurt while bringing his home pitched a complete game since one run in the eighth, but reliev single and an error on the play

j AHEAD -tO FINISHDUt a bid for Rookie of the Year run output to 13 and his runs his first major league start in I er Al Worthington got Moose by Billy Williams let both runs! Gainesville Shopping Center

-THE 6RtEENtHe''IIE honors in the National League, batted in total to 56. score. Hal Woodeshick 1302 North Main Street
I ofn4E slammed five pitchedthe
Carty straight III
I .1- FIGURE6, ; Witt- hits a homer three doubles Trimmed Lead ninth for Houston after Phone 372-6303
\ w.YOu' OMtf 4iJ4&fG l I
: you CGN&IDERAN ; : ; and a single as the Braves The loss trimmed the Phillies' St. Pete Bows Bruce hurt his back. .
6 Fer -AI&.. walloped the first-place Philadelphia lead to 6_games over the San ,I I

Phillies 12-9 Monday Francisco Giants, wno broke a .

f{tE ONLY WMlHHO night. tie for second place with Cincinnati y If you should tore an aato
OGCOURS4f: the Los Angeles Out in ?
by defeating
(5.1O WALK-OFF S Appeal TourneyORLANDO accident: far from home TPoald
42. In other
ANG BIN tt Dodgers
be able obtain
THEVDU 1 ( you to service
PONT HAVE Carty has hit like that in the action, St. Louis whipped Pittsburgh -
A F\VOAA 1.6 OPWR1UW1'N.1t nearby with your present ia-
( Braves' chain ever since they 5-1 and Houston blanked
) no b0fNEfi1 (AP Baltimore Unbeaten teams still In! the surance? The auto insnranoa
E::: ARE.rue took his ink well away by appealing the Chicago Cubs 2-0. ) L
1UMC&10 UOOK FOR.. to the late George eliminated St. Petersburg from tournament are Portland, Ore.; we offer can assure yon of

Trautman, then the president of Carty led a 16-hit Milwaukee the Women's World softball Phoenix, Ariz., and Orlando.j i dependable service coast-to
a --...-- attack against five Philadelphia Teams with one loss are Adrian -i HOW FAR DOES coast through a Tact network

pitchers. Hank Aaron chipped in championship Monday night, Mich.; Stratford, Con n.; I YOUR AUTO oC34IOOOagentsand270dainINSURANCE

with his 22nd homer and three downing the Florida team 3-0. Toronto, Can.; Baltimore, Orange offices. It's smart to hare this

Polish Walker : :Nt fees runs batted in while Eddie In other action, Orlando defeated Calif., Topeka, Kan., and. important service aspect trail
collected three hits. REACH?
I to yon.Gait us Hoc detaJk.
Night Game Wes Covington supplied mostof Houston, Tex., 7-3, and Atlanta, Ga. II I I

SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES the fireworks for the Phillies, Portland, Ore., whipped Adrian, Tonight's schedule calls for 1 1I
Howard Hall
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Sets SightsFor Kuenn If 4110 Wills ss 2110 driving in six runs with two Mich. 4-1, and Topeka, Kan. Stratford, Conn. vs. Salt Lake I I I! Agency

I Mays Lanier cf 2b 4121 4110 W.Davls Gilllam 3D:cf 4000 41 2 2Cepeda homers and a pair of doubles. .beat Fresno, Calif., 4-0. All City; Toronto vs. Houston; Bal:1!
ib 4021 Fairly ib 4020 Dalrymple also homeredfor games played were in the losers 605 N.I.at St. FR 23586uania iP
Hart 3b.Alou 4122 T.Davis If 4000 timore vs. Orange, Calif., and I
_rf. 3010 Roseboro c 4000w.vcnpi Philadelphia. I bracket. .w. Gainesville, Flo. .
I ii j v u v Moon n 4 u u u J\ vs. TopeKa. i if -
OlympicsBy Haller c 4000 Moeller p 2010 I Three St. Petersburg : I
Duffalo p 4010 Oliver 2b :3000 errors
V L Parker ph 1000Griffith resulted in an early Baltimorescore
pft 1000
Totals 34 4 10 4 Totals 31 2 f 2 Air Boxes in the first inning. Ren- .

ED D'MOCH I has been competing in this Sin' Francisco ............ 400 009 ooo-4 nie Kelly reached first on an er- Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods
CHICAGO (AP) A young country since about a month Los Angeles ............... 200 000 000-2' ror, stole second and was bat-,

walker of championship caliber, after he came to Chicago in 1959 Angeles E-None.7.2BMays. LOB-San Francisco 4, Los. Night Game ted home
on a single by Ruth FOOTBALL
I who cannot compete for the on a student visa. Through an Cepeda HR-Hart (21), W. MINNESOTA ab r h N CHICAGO all r h bi Glover. HEADQUARTERSfor
Davis (I) IDavenport.IP ft 2 Landls cf 4 1 1 C
United States because he lacks act of Congress brought by H R KR BB SO I Allen Rollins 2b 3b 5010 S 0 Robinson rt 300C

,\ full citizenship, said today he U.S. Rep. Roman Pucinski, D- Uffalo,, W. 3-1 ..9 4 2 2 :3 4Moeller. Ollva cf 4110 Hansen ss 3122 Rita Horkey led Orlando too
L. 7-13 .7 5 4 4 1 3
wants to represent his native 111., Rutyna was permitted to .Miller ....... 2 J. 0 0 0 Mlncher Killebrew' ib If 4 4000 1 0 Ward Skowron 38 ID 200:3 0 1 t: their 7-3 victory over Houston
Poland at the Olympic games hi' remain in the United States T-2:18. A-34.034. Allison rf 2111 Buford 3b 2 0 0 C I when she rapped out three hits FOOTBALL SHOES
Versalles ss 4121 NlcholS'n If :3001
Japan."I I when his visa expired.He CHICAGO Night Came HOUSTONab Zim'rman c :3 0 01 Peters ph 1 0 0 C I in three times at bat. She .
12 of his first 16 h bi abrhbi Kaat p 2001 Wels 2b 3000: knocked in two PRACTICE JERSEYS
have thought out my prob- won races r Worth'ton p 0 0 0 0 N'Nertney c 3 0 1 t runs.
A'lfltano Ib 4000 Kasko ss 4100 McCraw ph 1 0 0 0 I
lem very carefully, Matt Ru- at distances of three miles and Stewart ss 4000 Fox 2b 4010
Buzhardf pOD 0 G I Portland
Williams If 4000 Spangler cf 3110 was sparked by the TEETH PROTECTORS
told interviewer "and Two weeks he
tyna an more. ago was Long ph 1 DOG I combined
Santo 3b 4000 Bond Ib 4011 shutout pitching of I
I've decided that I just have to timed: in an unofficial .4 hours, Gabflson Ib 3 0 1 0 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 0 Mosii H'shb'ger p ph 1000 1 1 1 0'
compete in the Olympics this!25! minutes and 15 seconds for 50 Clemens it 3 0 1 Games rf 3010Bertell Totals 33 C 7 4 Totals 31 3 4 3 Rice.
c :3000 Roberts If 3010
.............. I
Minnesota .022 000 000-4
year or I never will. kilometers.The Cowan Burdettt cf p 2000 2000 Grote Bruce c p 3000 3010 Chicago .................. 100 100 010 : Topeka scored all its runs in'

"For this reason, I have written American record for the Totals 29 0 2. Totals 31 2 7 2 E-Rollins, Mincher, Weis. 3the,, third inning on singles by I JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS
50 kilos is 4:44.14: set by Chris Chicago I ..............,.. CM 006 000-0 DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Minnesota 7, Chicago .. Rita Easun '
Athletic Union May Hall and
the Polish
Houston ................. 000 009 02x-I 5. :
and asked if I can compete for McCarthy of Chicago in 1963. Aspromonte, Williams DP-Houston' 2B-Hansen., Worthington Robinson, Mengers, plus two Fresno errors 1113 W. Univ. Avt. NorthcentroJ Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters FR 28212
F Kaat Hansen.
Poland in Japan." The Olympic record of 4:25.30was 1. LOB-Chicago 4, Houston 6. IP H R ER IB SO, I II
SB-Gabrielson, Kasko. I Kaat W, 4-6 .... 1-3 3
set at Rome in 1960 by 7 S a 1WozrthlnqonL
Rutyna is 33 and unmarried., IP H R tR BB SO.Burdette. : : J
.12.3 1 0
Donald of Great L. 97. I 7 2 1 1 2 ; .i' ; ; 1
He came to the United States in Thompson Bruce. W, 12.7 ... t 2 0 0 2 5 1 3 6/ 1\
1959 and recently obtained his Britain. The world record is Woodeshick T-2:05. A-4.499.. 1 0 0 0 0 1 !Fisher Mossi i ::::.::::.1 5 0 1 O 00 0 1 1 :0I I DIXIE VIM'S
first citizenship papers. His full 4:14.2.4: set by A. Pamich of Zimmerman. T-2:.J. A 17270. 405 N.W.

citizenship, when granted, will Italy in 1961 at Rome. PITTSBURGH Night Game ST. LOUIS Exhibition Cam .

come in 1969. William Ross, vice chairmanof abrhbi abrhb NEW YORK (Night A) NEW Game YORK (N) 13th St. TIRE CITYOPEN i
Schofield ss 3000 Flood cf :3010
the National AAU walk- abrhbi ab rhbiKubrk
Under rules governing the race Virdon cf 4000. Brock If 422 0 ss 3000 Klaus 3b 512 0Rich'son .
U.S. Olympic trials for the 50- ing committee and a longtime Lynch Clemente If rf :4010 3110 White Ib 4222 2b 2000 Hunt 2b 5000
Boyer 3b 4122
kilometer race walk to be held walker, said he believes "Rutyna Stargell Ib 4000. Groat ss 4000 Lint 2b If 4111 1110 C'pher Altman rf If 4021Tresh 4100 i
do better :in the next Bailey 3b 4021 Skinner rf 1000 Mantle cf 0 0 0 OKran'pool Ib 4 1 2 0
Sept. 5 in Seattle, "the first! will Mazefiki 2b .4 0 0 0 Shannon rf 2000 P'tone pr-pf 3213 Hlekman cf 2101 I 2 FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
three citizens of the United few months" than his Soldier, McF'lane Friend c 3 0 2 0 M'Carver c 201 Marls rf 3111 Gonder c 4011'
p 2000 Javier 2b
States who finish the distance"will Field effort. Cl'nden'n ph 1 0 0 0 Gibson p 3000 Moore rf 0100 McMillan ss 4 01 1Howard 1
Ross said he feels Rutyna has Totals 32 1 i 1 Totals 30 S S Gonzalez c Ib 2000 2011 Stallard Fisher p 2010 0000,
represent this country .............. p
Pittsburgh '
000 100 OOD-I Blan'ard Ib 4011 Graham ph! 1000 I
Tokyo. just about reached the peak of SL Louis ................ 000 100 MX-i Boyer 3b 2000 Smith ph 1000 Pre Labor Day Tire SaleBuy

The lean, muscular walker his career. i iI Louis McFarlane.1. LOB-Pittsburgh DP-Pittsburgh,. St. Louis 2. St.4 Lopez Berra Bren'm'n 3b ph' p 200 2010 1 0 0 0Mlk'sln 0

2B-McFarlane. :3B-Lynch. HR-White' 1000
Carver.(16), Boyer (17). SB-Brock. SF-Mc. p One Get Second Tire FREE No Gimmicks
I Totals 3J < 7 I Totals! 36 614
I Suns Pull Back Friend. L, 10-14 .. IP 4 H J R 2 ER 2 BB 2 SO New York (A) .,. ......... 100 102 002-4
McBean ....,...2 4 :3 3 0 1 New York (N) .......... lOG 2tO 010-4
Gibson W, 11-10' 6 1 1 2 12 E Blanchard, Kranepeol. DP New I DUNLOP OR DIAMOND
I WP-Friend 2. T-MS. A-10,881. York (N). 2 LOB New York (A)
3, New York (N) 7.
Night Game 2B-McMillan. Klaus 2. HR-Trtsh, t
abrhb 1
Gonzalez cf 5110 Carty If 545. 1 Brenne'n ......... 6 6 3 3: 1 S Brakes Relined
Allen 3b .5220 May cf 522 1 Reniff ........... 11-32 1 1 0 1 600x13 29.90
Calllson rf 412 Aaron' rf 332 3 Mik'sen. W ..... 12-31 0 0 0 0 33.90
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 3-4 to hand the Bisons their Covington If 5 2 4 Mathews 3b 4 1 3 2 Stallard ......... 2 1 t I 1 0 ANY SIZE
Thomas Ib 4100 Terre 422 2 Fisher ........... :3 1 1 1 0 0 1295 LABOR
Call it the International ninth loss in their last 13 starts. Rooas ph .1000 Oliver Ib 502 2 Locke ,..,....... 11-33: 2 2 2 1 33.90 35.90
Dalrymple c 4 2 :3 2 Menke ....... INCLUDED 1
ss 400
I' League if you like, but for Syracuse Jacksonville pitcher: Dick; Le Taylor 26 .4001. Woedw'd 2b .4 0 0 0 Wakefield Hunter, L .... 2 2.3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 OOx13 35.90 37.90 i i750x14
and Jacksonville it's the May won his 11th game of the Amaro' ss 4010 Sadowski p 4 I 0 0 WP-Brenneman. T-2:20. A55396. -
Mahaffey p 0 0 0 0 ofront-End
Ulcer League. season as he scattered 11 hits Briggs Bennett ph 1000 29.90 33.90 995
p 1000
The pressure of the two pennant against Rochester in going the Culp p 1000 Alignment

contenders is enough to nine innings. LeMay also helped Herrnifn ph 40 1*0 12'0 0Totals Totals 18 12 U 12 800x14 31.90 35.90

give a man with an iron stom- ; his own cause with a run Philadelphia ............ 301 001 Oil- 1 I DEPENDABLEJohnson
ach trouble, and there seems to scoring single that broke a 1.1 Milwaukee .......,...... 130 MJ 10*-1E 850x14 35.90 41.90 670x15 600 c"nR
tie in the second. -Allen, Mathews. DP-Milwaukee 1.
be let in the torrid I,
no pace
up .
LOB 900x14
-Philadelphia 5 Milwaukee t. SEA-HOASE 38.90 44.90
being set by both teams. Rochester came up with three 28.-.Gonzalez. Covington 2, Carty 3.1 1, eoXis:
Dalrymple. 2
Jacksonville pulled back' to doubles in the second inning to 1111, Dalrymple (t). Carty (13)) Aaron, 61 SALES SERVICE 950x14 39.90 47.90
within one-half game of the score three runs and take the (22). SB-Taylor. SF IP.-Menke.H R Aa ERBBSO1'on I I BtJIRUS 800x15 I

league lead Monday night by lead for good against the Chiefs. Mahaffey Roebuck '"........... 2-30 1-34 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0,, 670x15 26.95 28.90 820x15 695

slipping past Richmond 4 to 3 Syracuse used a total of six Bennett L.9-11 .22-35 5 S 2 41! 50x14
to itchers. Culp ... ....... :3 6 5 5 :3 :3 I 710x15 29.90 32.80 I
while Syracuse was losing ) Boozer n. .. 11-31 0Sadowikl. II 0 1 601 S. Main
Rochester 5 to 3. Mike McCormick got credit t W. 1.1' 13 9 8 0 4 LONE STAR BOATS 760x15 asoXia BATTERIES
HBP-By Sadowski Callison. WP-Ben- 'I 31.90 35.90 J
1 In other games Columbus for the victory, though Syracuse I nett. T-2:47. A-11.726. '

i stopped Atlanta 4 to 1 on the outhit Rochester 13-7. ......' 800x15 34.90 37.90 gg:1:: 995
of Frank Herrera's j
strength Columbus' victory was the .
950T i i500x15
hitting and Tom Butters' pitch. 'Jets ninth in their last 12 820x15 37.90 39.90

ing and Toronto beat Buffalo starts and pulled them to within -i THEe 25.90 Add 2.88 for white MOTOR OIL I
two games of sixth -
Add 2.88 for tblel.

ConstellationStep Richmond. Herrera was the star. SAFEST 550x15 27.40 32.90 Add 2.88 for Premo 31 ,. PER

at the plate as he hit in all ROTARY QUART
three trios to bat and scored 560x15 2990 34.90Nylon
two of the runs.

NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) Constellation Toronto's Jim Mc K n i g h t IN THE WORLDMOTOMOWe 600x15 31.90 37.90 No Money Motor

has moved a step closcr sparked a 16-hit attack against Pricey Plus )49

to selection as the yacht to four Buffalo pitchers driv i n g I: e Add $2.00 for ;S" Twbl.u. Down Oil

defend the America's next home four runs with his 21st

month, beating American Cup Eagle homer, a double and a triple. !/)\ W NOW WE HONOR ALL MAJOR OIL CO. lS Months NO 'HONEY.
Ossie contributed four CREDIT
again to remain undefeated in Virgil CARDS & DEPT. STORE To

the final trials.Observers singles. CREDIT CARDS Pay DOWN
: feel a Constellation The Leafs took a 5-2 lead in: If \ CLEARANCE

victory in today's race will the first five innings, then iced

prompt the race committee of the game away by getting to ra+r' PRICED
the Bisons for in the
seven runs i
the New York Yacht Club to

choose her over American Ea sixth.
Sofery-Guard Blade GAS
gle.Constellation, with Bob Bavierat Tough Durable Light-

the helm, scored a 4 minute weight Fiberglass won't

and 15 second victory over ro : o Rust, Fade, Chip or Peel. '

American Eagle Monday, giving r- \ d FOR '

her a 6-0 record In the final 1 I by FOR
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I Hall of Fame baseball pitcher, I -

died of a heart attack Mondayat i .

the family farm four miles VIM'S
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i not been ill prior to the attack. KING I 7:30 A.M. TIRE CITY 7:30 A.M.

I Her husband, named to the EDWARD 419 N.W. 8th AVE. PHONE 372-5303 TO TO E

l Hall of Fame last year, is a OPEN FRIDAYS TIL 9:00 P.M. 7 P.M. 405 N.W.
. Amtfict Ly.lf Silling Cigar I 13th STREET 7 P.M. i
scout for the Baltimore Orioles.
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I \.J. I_ REVIEW V .. ".,. =tCatholIc S. Viet Nam TownReaders' To Negroes

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N Y S E Most Active Stocks DA NANG, South Viet Nam ;at Vietnamese commanders for after house, setting each to the MIAMI
It. ( ) Rod-
j jr Comp. Vol. Close Changes ([AP) Rioters and looters, their failure to halt looting, telephoned torch. man C. Rockefeller, son of the

: 182,100 Del E Webb 6% off V predominantly Buddhists, virtually the U.S. commanding : A pall of smoke from the New York governor, advised Negroes

r Request 128,300 Chrysler 56 up 1% demolished Roman 'officer, Gen. William C. West- i sacked village finally began today to consider starting

I 58,800 RCA 30'i off % a moreland, in Saigon for instruc- pushing back the largely Bud- their own businesses as a meansof

.1 Th. following market quotations 52 500 Sperry Rd '13% off % Catholic community of about 3- tions. dhist crowd. A soldier fired one finding "freedom, dignity and
are requested specifically by readers 42 000 Sunshn Mng 26tt off % 000 inhabitants in this coastal But Americans stayed out of short burst from his subma- independence."

I t' tiens of the Ire Sun furnished financial by page. Tht quotaSTOCK LISTINGS 41 300 Magnavox 28% off 1% city today. Several hundred the fight, which unfolded only a chine gun, apparently in the air,

!. Pierce 3d 700 Pan Am 30% off Itt 'South Vietnamese troops with few hundred yards in front of and troops finally moved into "It seems to me it is time to

,WulbenuMurpheyNEW 37 300.Sunray Dx 31% up % armored personnel carriers the U.S. 'enlisted men's com- the stricken community.Most push equality through businessas

35 000 Callah Mng' 81% up % looked on passively. pound that was a target of rioters of the little town's residents hard as we are pushing equal
YORK STOCK Pacific SW Air 37 Tech Measur 22% 34 800 Pure Oil 61 up 1 Despite the troops and the Monday. are Catholic refugees ity through law and education,

I EXCHANGE Schlitz Brew .-- .-- __ 47% TWAWts -__ 23 32 800 Am Tel Tel 70% off % presence of the 'commander of One side. of the little community -from Hanoi who came to South Rockefeller said.

; Abbott Lab 2.40 40% Secur Life & Tr 63 :Valspar N.s. 32 400 Boeing Co 58% up,1% the Vietnamese 1st Division, faces the city of Da Nang Viet Nam after the Communists He made his remarks in an

I Allied Chem 1.80 53 Southern Nitro 23% Jax Minit Mkts. 81,2 31 800 Dresser Ind 35 up Gen. Nguyen Chanh Thi, at and the other faces the South took over North Viet Nam. address prepared for the con

Amerada Pt 2.00 84 Travelers Ins _ 437/i 29 700 Ford Motor 51% up % least 15 more houses were China Sea. About half the men are in the vention of the Improved Benevolent -

Li- Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44M6m- Union Security Ins. 10% MUTUAL FUNDS 28 200 MC ,Dermott 30% up % burned to the ground. A dozen By nightfall, most of the resi- Vietnamese army. Most of the Protective Order of the Elksof

Amer Enka 1.40a AMERICAN STOCK had gone up in flames Monday. dents had fled the hamlet and others are fishermen. the World, a Negro organiza
Affiliated fund ___ 9.05 Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks
EXCHAN6EAerojetGen The senior U.s. Army adviser were in sampans riding offshore,
Amer Hone 1.44a
68 ,
Capital Life & Gr ___ 10.20 107 000 Syntex Corp 57% off !5 to Da Nang, Col. John H. Woh- for safety. MunicipalBuilding tion.Rockefeller said this being a
AnerMFdy .90 18%
Armco Stl 3.00 70% __ 29% Divers Growth _- 9.71 34 200 Magellan Pete 3% off \.I ner of _Canton, Miss., in a fury Demonstrators looted house presidential year "you are goingto
Analex Corp 28 Dividend Shares 3.81 I
-- 31 800 Stanrock Uran 1% up
Atch Topka 1.20a 33% I see statements, promises and
Aqua Chem 17 __ 20.38
Dreyfus 26 500 Brazil Tract 3% unch
Baxter Lab .36 25V& Aurora Plastics 24 !Fidelity Capit 11.28 26 400 Kaiser Indus 8% up % Dem Plank actions which will offer quick
to most of
Beckman In 60 Barnes Engineer 19% :Fidelity Fund _ 18.00 Rights At Stake answers our woes.
Beech LF S 1.10 48 "Let me tell you most of our
Butler Shoe 10% !Fidelity Trend 18.92 AVERAGESODD
Bristol My .80 67 woes will be with us long after
Chromaloy 14% Fundamental Invest 11.14 LOT TRANSACTIONSPurchases
3.40 Pleases the promises are forgotten.
Brown Shoe 99% Cinerama --6 Income of Boston 8.63 BryantBy record
near turnout for
a municipal "However
Brunswick 8 317,869 one successful Negro
I Computer 17% Incorporated Inc 10.13 election indicated
Short Sales was business will
Cambell 2.4036 Cutter 2,877 offer more
Labs A 161,2 Keystone 1-2 _- 5.66
\ Carter pdt l.OOa Data Control --- 52 Keystone 5-3 17.00 Other Sales 328,006 DON MCKEE j munists and the John Birch So here this morning as voters hope and confidence for the future

: Case J I 20% Fulton Inds ._- 9i Keystone S-4 .. of.55 ;Total Sales -_ 330,883 ATLANTIC CITH (AP-Gov. ciety. He said the censure, in I went to the polls to decide than most of the promisesand

Cessna Air .. 1.00 29% Gen Develop 5 Life Investors _-. 10.47 : PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK Farris Bryant says he is pleased his view, was aimed at their 'whether Keystone Heights will most" of the words we will

dies Ohio 4.00 78% Mackey Airlines __ 434 Life Stock Fund- _.._._ 8.07 MARKET with the Democratic Party plankon tactics. 'I have a new municipal building.At hear.

Coas S Gas 29% Mead Johnson _ 16% Mass. Inv Stock _ 16.77 Advances _ 495 civil rights. Other Florida 9:30: this morning, 92 out of Rockefeller is vice presidentof
CBS 1.80b40 Pac NW Tele -_ 22% Mass. Inv Growth 8.96 Declines 542 delegates to the Democratic National 330 registered electors and 88 the International Basic Economy

Comb Eng 1.20 29% Philips Elec 41% Poineer Fund 10.08 Unchanged __ 303 Convention agreed. TurlingtonHeads out of 293 registered freeholders Corp. of New York and cochairman -
Cone Mills .- .80 19 Redwing Carriers (property owners) had cast of the Interracial
-- 10% Puritan Fund -_ -------_ 9.48 Total Issues -__- 1,340 Bryant delegation chairman, '
Cont Airl _ .40 21 Ric Group ___ 7 Putnam Growth __ 15.91 New 1963-64 Highs 52 also said the issue of seating their ballots by way of voting Council for Business Opportunity.

Conti Ins 2.20 60Vs Sperry R. Wts. 6 TV & Elec _---__- 8.09 New 1963-64 Lows -_- 20 Alabama delegates was strictlya LBJ machines. .
Contrl Data ._ -" 85% Syntex -_-_ -- 571,2 Value Line Inc -_. 5.71 legal one. It was simply a All registered voters are being Describing the council, he saidit
I Com; Pdts 1.50 56% Elec Late given the opportunity to vote was formed to give talents in
''I Tampa 25% Wellington Fund ___ 15.32 MorningN.Y. matter of rule, he said after the Drive HereRep.
Delta Air 1.60 76% convention voted to require loyalty for or against the proposed mu- business to Negro small busi-

Bet Steel _- -_ __. .60 14% ListingAllisChal pledges from the Alabama nicipal building. The freeholders nesses and to help Negro young

Emerson El 1.00 45 11 NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 24 iii iiiC 19% IntNick 78% group. Ralph Turlington has by their vote will either approve sters find their way into busi-
7air Camera .50g 23% ( ) New York Times iI been named honorary chair- or disapprove a $35,000 ness.
Finan'l: Fed 40la Alcoa 65V4 IntPap 32% "If they apply that to every :man of the Young Citizens for
j25 High Low Close Net III AmAir 41% Jones&L 81% bank: loan the Town Council has
Ifst Chartr I 1.97fI 28% Chg. delegation, it is fine, Bryant ,Johnson for Alachua County.
Rails 145.52 143.90 144.51 Off .39 III AmCan 43% KaisAl 32% already obtained with which to Holley Sees
Fla _
Food E Fair Cst _.. I .90 21 127/8% 1i25 Industrials 848.84 837.85 843.45 Up 2.58 Iii AmCyan 62% Ken'cott 86% said.The Florida delegation voted Turlington's appointment was construct the new city building.
50 Stocks 497.18 490.87 493.98 Up 1.10 AmMot 15% Lig&My 81% the announced today from Miami Today's referendum is being ElectionParallels
Monday to .
FMC Corp 1.00 54% support seating
42% AT&T 70% Loch'd 36% of the regular Mississippi dele by Rep. Richard Pettigrew, held by direction of the Circuit
Frito Lay -- STOCK AmTob 35% Lorillard 47% :state chairman of the Young Court. As the result of a suit
who have been
Gen Tele .88 32Vi gates challenged
FLASHESNEW AmpxCp 16% Mag'vox 29% I Citizens for Johnson. ,brought by a group of Keystone
Ga Pacif __ l.OOb 56% by a rival integrated group.
--- MARKET Anaconda 20% MM&M 58% Turlington will name the Heights citizens, the Court ruled -
Getty Oil .10g 23% Bryant said the civil rights LAKE CITY AP -
------ ( ) Republican
Armour 46% Mohasco 14% I chairman of the Young Citizens; that a promissory note givento
Grace Co l.OOOb 55% plank, viewed as moderate by
--- YORK (AP) A cau- ACL 79% Mons'to 79% for Johnson campaign here. the Keystone State Bank by gubernatorial candidate
Hel Curtis .80 15% Southern party leaders, would
Charles said
tious stock market backed wa- Dow Jones Stock Averages Babcock 34% MontWd 38 Pettigrew said Turlington will the Town Council to secure the Holley today there
IBM 5.00435Va help the Democrats in Florida. would
be close
ter amid BethStl 37% NatDair 78% also coordinate Alachua Coun- $35.000 loan in effect parallels between
today uncertainty over was, a
Int Min C 1.80a 68 Previous Day { 2nd Hour I "I am very much pleased with ; issues in the presidential and
59% NatDist 27% in the John- bond and that it
developments on the labor and Boeing ty's participation must., therefore, ,
1.00 54V4 the plank, Bryant said.
mt TeleLehman
837.31 I Indust. I off 1.17 gubernatorial election in Novem-
political fronts. Borden 75% N.AmAv 49% son campaign kickoff dinner on be approved by a referendum in I
Kellogg .80a 451,2 "I think the platform committee :
Losses of most key stocks 210.71 I 20 Rails I off 0.15 Brunswk 8% Penney 56% Sept. 4 in Miami. accordance with the Florida ber.
CP 1.34e 29% did a magnificent job on this
Litton In 198f68% 'were fractional and many issues 149.26 { 15 Util. ( off 0.28 CaterTr 33% Pa RR q 34% emotional subject when you con- Guest speaker at the Miami Constitution.The Holley told members of the
Celanese 68% Pep Cola 56% : dinner is Indiana Sen. Birch
were unchanged. The declinewas Council had contendedthat
Lake Women's Clubsone
Lone S Cm .. 1.00 22 298.33 | 65 Locks| off 0.18 'sider there are 50 states involved ; County
Marsh Fid _ 1.60 45% small on average and Chrysler 56% Phil Mor 79Ya''and many varying viewpoints. Bayh. The campaign dinner it has authority to issue of the primary issues wouldbe
:Martin M 1.00 17% trading dragged in typical- 3,800,0001 I Volume 1,500,000 CocaCola 138V4 Phil Pet 531,2' "With this kind of a plank, ;will be at the Dupont Plaza the promissory note by resolu- the handling of tax dollars
55% RCA %
CornEd Hotel.
McG Hill .60a 34% 'watch-and-wait fashion. Florida needs to look forward, tion.For by governmental agencies.He .
Mead Corp 1.70 46% The leading auto stocks were Telephone eased.Occidental ConEdis 88% Rep Stl 46% not backward. For the future, it the past several months, said federal bureaus were

Merkd 2.ooa 42% 1 unchanged to ]ower. Petroleum, up a ContCan 50% Revlon 33 is a great victory." Egg Market Keystone Heights has been fair .spending billions of dollars from
DowChe 68% Tob 45%
Natl Airl -_ .80 50% The trend was generally lower fraction, continued to ride on duPont 258% Rey P 30 Bryant agreed with the omission ly boiling with the "pros" and tax money to strengthen political

N Y Centl 50g 41 I among steels, the major oils, its natural gas find in California. EAL 28V4 StReg Seaboard 52% : from the platform of any JACKSONVILLE (AP) The "cons" of a new municipal power.

Nia M Pow 2.00 56% rails, tobaccos, chemicals and Pure Oil, Sunshine Mining E.Kodak 127% Sears 119% ::reference to legislative reapportionment -;Northeast Florida Egg Market building. Proponents have argued "Here in Florida," Holley said

Norfolk W 6.00 135 nonferrous metals, but utilities and Texas Gulf Sulphur gained Firestone 41% Sinclair 45% : since the question is I prices to retailers: heatedly for a new build- "tax dollars are being wasted

No Ind P S .. 1.48 61% were generally firm. moderately. Sunray DX Oil ad- FlaPw 49% Socony 80% 'before Congress now. Extra large 51-54, mostly 53; ing to replace the present tiny through overlaps and duplications

No Nat Gas ?_ 1.80 56% The Associated Press averageof vanced more than a point. FlaP&L 78Vi SouthnC 61% The Florida governor said he I large 49-51, mostly 50-51; medium city hall of what (they call) in state agencies to perpet-

Olin Math 1.20 42 60 stocks at noon was off .4 IBM sank 3 points, Polaroid, Ford 51% SperryR 13 wanted, to make clear that the 1 38-42, mostly 41; small "cracker box" proportions. uate political machines."

Owens II G 2.50 102% at 315.2 with industrials off .8, Control Data and Xerox abouta FrmstDa 11% StO NJ 85% ,platform did not condemn out- :18%-30; mostly 30. Opponents argue that the city

PaeC&E __. 1.00 31% rails off .5 and utilities up .4. point each.International. Frept Sul 39% Studebak 6% :right the Ku Klux Klan, ComjThousands Poultry at farms: fryers 14. cannot afford a $35,000 building Robbers Hit

Pac Lting 2.40 29% The Dow Jones industrial average Harvester rose FruehTr 32% Swift 51% without going up on taxes.

PacT&T- .1.20 29 at noon was off 1.17 at another point in further response GenDyn 31% Texaco 81% Today's referendum marks

Pan Amer A 1.20 30i 836.14. to record profits. GenEl 83% Thiokol 12% Join the third attempt by proponentsto Auction In

Parke Dav -. 1.00 27 The averages were dampenedby Great Northern Railway was GenFds 91% U Carbid 118% get a new city hall construct

I Pennzoil ......... 2.00 37% Du Pont, which lost more up more than a point but Northern GenMills 42% Unit Airc 51% ed. The move was defeated in Silver SpringsSILVER

Pfizer .80a 37 than a point, and by fractional Pacific lost a fraction. GenMtrs 93 Un Fruit 20% two earlier attempts.The .

Phelps DG -- 3.00 71% losses of Union Carbide. Jer- Prices were irregular in mod Goodrich 53% US steel 57% Manpower PlanATLANTA question probably will be SPRINGS Two

Polaroid .20 136% sey Standard, Kennecott, Chry- erately active trading on the Goodyr 44% Univ Mat 12% settled once and for all in toI I men got a reported $1,7W in an

PUbSVEG-2.60 38V4 sler and Westinghouse Electric. American Stock Exchange. Greyhnd 24% WestgEl 35% day's referendum. :armed robbery early this morning -
Pure OilRaoyinr --. 1.60 61 General Motors and Ford Corporate bonds were lower. GulfOil 56 Winn Dix 36 (Special) most 30 per cent of all jobless Election polls at the city hall j of an auction gallery here.

1.00 35% were about unchanged. U.S. U.S. government bonds were un Hon'wl 125% Wolwth 27'% Through June 30, 1964, 5,635 workers. will remain open until 7 p.m. Det. Gene Andrews of the

Rexall _---, .50b 55% Steel, Bethlehem and American changed. IntHarv 82% Ij I trainees have enrolled in institutional "Nearly 23 per cent of the Since voting machines are being ]Marion County Sheriff's Office

'L ReynMeto_ .._ _.50 35% I j training under the Manpower -, trainees were under 22 yearsof used, whether or not Keystone I reported the men, both white
Rich Merr -- 1.00 '8Dutch Development and Training age," the manpower official Heights will proceed with .and masked by stockings pulled

: YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Act since the program be- reported.He a new municipal building shouldbe over their faces, held up the
s--i : g 46% -t. gan in the six southeastern indicated that 34 per cent known within a few minutes ]Labelle Art Gallery just after it

J Searle GD .90 60% states: Florida, Georgia, South' of the total number of traineesare after the polls close. c losed about 12:30: this morning.

Singer _---- .-t2.OO '89% Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, not receiving training al
Smith KIn -1.2Oa 60 Guide for Women Drivers and Tennessee, according to Wil- lowances.
I : ::L: Florida 'Lack of Direction 1
Sou Cal Ed .. 1.05 33 liam Harris, regional directorof "Concerted efforts under
St Oil Cal ___ 2.00 64th the Office of Automation
Manpower, have been taken in recent -
St Oil Ind 2.00b 81% and Training. months to reach those job- On Tourism Under FireMIAMI B

Sterl Drug ------- .65 28I By Sylvia Porter *4 The southeast total is 6.6 percent i less workers who have had the
Texas Util _-.._---- 1.20 65 ., [ of the total enrolled in the most. difficulty in securing BEACH (APFlor- tourism and industry should be

Textron__nn___ ___ 1.40 461,21 j United States. Tennessee has' jobs: the undereducated, older Ida is losing tourists to the Car taken from the development
I Tidewater ___ __ 31/8 You're on a highway hundreds which mixes fuel with air before husband's car in working order had the largest number of workers, members of minority ibbean, Hawaii and other areas commission and given to a new
39 home In a'' and if she also has because of a lack of consistent,
11 TransWA.-- of miles from it enters the engine. A one, keeping department.The
trainees, 1,698, followed by groups, and school dropouts.
t Union Pac: .-__- 1.603 43 car loaded with children and new one costs from $6 to $75. her own in condition too. Florida with, 1,391 enrolled. "These latest figures seem to hard-hitting direction from Tallahassee commission, whose headis

; Und Air L -_ 1.50b 49% luggage, for you're on the way A head gasket is "similar to Few women want to be auto Harris said almost 59 i show that a legislative hearingwas appointed by each new gover.
__ 1.00 51 husband for the rubber used mechanics. Most be percent I progress is.being told Monday.
I l Upjohn to meet your a ring on canning can helpedby of the institutional enrol- made in nor, handles a multitude of duties
reaching the hardcore
Jim Walter --.-------- 26% vacation. Your engine starts jars" and a new one costs the understandable facts Scott Christopher, executivevice besides the promotion of
lees in the region are trainingfor Much
4 War Lamb ._- ----- .70 31 knocking and you coax the car from $15 to $50. If your car gathered by Jeanne Wertz skilled and semi skilled group. more president of the Greater tourism and industry. They include -
remains to be done. It is too
I .. Worthintn ---_- 1.50 47\4 into a service station. The me- won't start, the reason could be from hundreds of dealers, technical Tampa Chamber of Commerce, the issuing of state bonds,
____ __ 1041,2 tells that havea oil 'jobs, a figure higher than the, early to measure the impact of said the turnover in the development
Xerox chanic you your car that it's flooded, that you experts, companies. national for this handling of surplus property and
Zenith ___-_-. 1.203 6-n. will be unsafe to drive unless it weak or a dead battery, burn-, tire stores. average group. amendments to the Act approved commission every four regulation of certain aircraft.A .
has ed "We tired of this "Over 41 per cent of the trainees by the Congress last year cost Florida valuable con-
repairs costing $40. points or an ignition short- are hearing years to take tourism duties
;i OVER THE COUNTER Is it a gyp? Few women or you're out of gas. If black industry chant about axles and had been unemployed for and implemented in midJunethis tacts in both industry and'tour- move from the commission

NEW YORK (AP) TIle following bW would have the slightest idea of smoke pours out of your tail transmissions and pistons whenwe 15 weeks or more prior to their year. The amendments permit ism.Leonard .has been away gathering for

A and National asked Association quoUtlons.of supplied Securities by Deal-tilt: whether a fuel pump should pipe, your carburetor may be haven't the vaguest idea enrollment. Better than 50 per greater training of disad- Baker, general man- .some time. strength

c I trs. Inc.. do not represent actual estlmatiof trans; cost $8 or $80, whether pistorrings "out of whack." If the engine what the words mean," she cent of the trainees have had vantaged youth and those lack ager of the Miami Beach Chamber
actions tile range but are within the which NASD't these securities : should cost $6 or $60or knocks, the timing may be off says. "If auto mechanics want less than 12 grades of school; ing basic literacy skills. Previous of Commerce, said "We Baker and Edwin Dean, executive
could have been sold (bid) 01 and 20' cent have had studies have indicated with cabinet' director of the South
over that
bought asked): what are the prices of the other or the octane may be wrong. our business, they ought to be per need a director
Alico Land 8% 2,000 plus moving parts in the Sample money saving tips wooing us with good plain Eng- eight or fewer years of schooling in the early part of the man- status to be in there poundingthe Florida said Hotel the and new Motel tourist Association department -
typical automobile. lish advice and good honest Harris continued. power training program table for tourism, the state'sgreatest
Amer Fidel Life 22 developed by the council: Before manyof head should be elect..
Amer Heritage 2.n.Amer .- We must rely on the workers you begin a long trip, have service. Clean restrooms are "Eleven per cent of the train- the workers that neededthe industry. ed.
and far ees are 45 years of age or old- Most witnesses told the legislative
Mat Ins 21 who repair our cars, checked to- hardly enough.
; your car bumper training the most were being
1 Amer Pioneer Life 8% too often we are overchar g e d bumper byour own service This September the ACW will er. Older workers are underrep- subcommittee on govern- Dean said he was opposed to
resented in the institutional screened out, Harris con- mental reorganization and efficiency 1 the job going to any present cab-
II Anheuser Busch _- 53 for repairs or pay for unnecessary -station; shop for major repairsby begin a network of its own "ap program *
repairs. Often we feel service stations since they comprise al cluded. that the promotion of :inet officer.
Ii Anodyne 4 asking at least two or three proved" across
- Citizens Bank 37 cheated, even when the repair dealers what should be done,' the country reported to the

- Comsat Corp. 47% job is completely honest, because how long the repairs will last,, Council as honest and reliableby

Conn Lt & Pow __ 37T4 we are so ignorant about how much they'll cost; if you its 10,000 members. With Our Men in Uniform I

Cowles Mag & Pb 11% repair costs. have doubts, ask to see the Eventually, Miss Wertz believes -

Dunn & Bradst 61 To meet this rising problem,. dealer's price manual _which service stations should

Firs West. Fin'c'l 12% an enterprising young New lists standard costs including -put price,tags on car parts they Midshipman First Class JohnB. Airman 3rd Class Warren L Hawthorne High SchooL Private William L. Young

Florida Gas' -__ 11% Yorker named Jeanne Wertz: labor -: of repairs. sell just as supermarkets and Coleman, Jr., son of CoL 'Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arel-
Fla Nat'l Bank _ 64th has set virtually single department stores do or
and Mrs. John B. Coleman of L. Adams of Hawthorne, has Second Lt Jack E. Biddle, ious Young, 1704 NE First Ave.
Fla TeleForrest 29 handedly, the Automotive Coun. Women are now 42 per cent should at least post price lists Melrose, is serving his Mid- graduated from the technical recently completed his basic

Labs _ 26 cil for Women (ACW), the first: of the nation's drivers. The for parts and labor charges on shipm a n summer trainIng training course fpr U.S. Air 23, whose wife, Pat, lives at training at Fort Jackson, S.C.
Founders Life 7% organization designed specifically number of women drivers has key repairs. "Why," she asks, cruise aboard the submarine, Force data processing machine 722 NE Third Ave., recently
has been to
Franklin Life 56thGreatAmerican to help women drivers: soared 53 per cent just since "does all this have to be kept USS Threadfin operating out operators at Sheppard completed 3i eight-week air He assigned

,12 and this country's first real I l 1956, against a 6 per cent in- secret?" of Key West APR,TeL defense officer basic courseat Company D, 6th Battalion, 2d

Grolier 41 clearing house for plain facts: crease for men. We buy an estimated Provocatively, the ACW ha He is performing the dutiesof A. Airman Adams, who was the Army Air Defense Center -Training Brigade of this Infantry

Gulf Life _53% and figures on car parts, servo. 60 per cent of all the aroused almost as much in- a submarine officer. 'trained in control panel wiring ,Fort Bliss, Tex. Training Center.

Herff Jones --- 14% ice and repair costs. gasoline sold in the U.s., drive terest from.men as it has from After this period of indoctrination -I and the operation of punched He is a 1958 graduate of Private Young enlisted in

Home Ins :, 67th Instead of throwing an encyclopedia at least half the mileage. It's women. "The fact is," explains the midshipman will re I card data 'processing machines Staunton (Va.) Military Academy the Regular Army in Jackson-

Kennasaw Life 12% of technical baffle. likely that the giant share of Miss Wertz, "that ignorance turn to the U.S. Naval Aca- is being assigned to a and a 1964 graduate of vine.

LffeOffla 7 gab,at us, the ACW has boiled l the $11:' billion Americans about cars is almost universal demy, for their final year of Military Air Transport Serv- the UP. He is a 1964 graduate of

Lowes Company 19% down the definition of a carbu-spend on car maintenance had among both men and women. I study, prior to graduation and ice (MATS) unit at Orlando His parents, Mr. and Mrs. GHS. Prior to entering the ser-

Milgo Electron --" 12% retor, for example: to "a de-repair each year is spent by think all of us want to see some their commissioning as En AFB. James 0. Biddle, live in Jas- vice he was employed as a

'tort Guaranty Ins 25% vice like a perfume atomizei. I wives, who are keeping their light shed on this baffling busi- signs. The airman is a graduate of per. stock clerk by Publix MarkeLi


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ABBY: I go with a guy who is real good in sports.I they brought my child home from the public playground and v ANDO her: A/I DO by anything '7H/hGANKINDO/T.$&RKATHERE.6ULARW
him in his place told me that he had had some kind of a "fit. We took him S ST.-THAR'S NOW? TNATA that's big,male,and .
don't have much trouble with him (keeping to the doctor immediately and after several tests the doctor h 771'hIL GREEN breathes regularl? Itk
I mean) while he is in training, but when he is not in train said our son has epilepsy but he didn't know how severeit "' EY/zM '

ing he is murder. He's as strong as an ox and won't listento was or how often he would have seizures I have cried and P

reason. How can I make him keep his distance without prayed and spent sleepless nights. We've never had anything /
losing him? like this in our family before Abby. What causes this? .P. e ?a .a
JACK'S GIRL Is it contagious? Will he outgrow it? Can it be cured? Someone csea.
told me that in some states epileptics cannot marry, and a eat

DEAR GIRL: Take a course in Judo and throw. him off in other states they must be "sterilized" so as not to pass a f: .
balance. this on to any children. We are afraid our doctor isn't tellingus r
the whole truth. Please help

DEAR ABBY: If a man is left a widower and decides to us.DESPERATE PARENTS S. f a 1
decent amount of time must he invite -
remarry after waiting a : a.; ,
the parents of his late wife to his second wedding? If not DEAR DESPERATE: One out of every 100 Americans suffers _

must he inform them of it? This is an especially touchy situa- from epilepsy. It Is not contagious. Today, treated by A
tion because there are children by the first wife. Thank modern medical and surgical techniques, 50 per cent of all BALLS OL'SOUL
seizure-free. Another 0 FIRE..
from become
in advance. persons suffering epilepsy
you GIT HURT /
in number
30 per cent enjoy a reduction the PORCH U J j BAD? IN) BED
free, informative booklet on epilepsy, write to THE AMERI- TWOTHREEWEEKS
Dear Man: He should invite them unless they are the kind CAN EPILEPSY FEDERATION 73 Tremont Street, _Boston .c.n a
of people who would be saddened by the revived memories.In S, Mast. When you know the facts, you'll no longer be des.
any case he should inform the parents of his late wife of perate. I (( y
his Intentions to remarry. And he should do it before someone I I J

else does. CONFIDENTIAL TO "JUST CALL ME AL": ALL women I tr' :
a over 45 need a little appreciation. But they need that little so I.... \. o I
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5:00 Q Best of Groucho 1933. (Live) tries to create a situ- Word r uw.7ht. o

Q Maverick O News, Weather, ation forcing the young O I Love Lucy A 1t;

CD News Huntley. Sports woman to withdraw her :10:55 O D News
Brinkley 6:30 Q Democratic charges. Van Johnson, Es- :11:00 Q {D Concentration

6:00 O O Democratic ConventionSee ther Williams Lucille O McCoys '
Convention 6:00: p.m. Channels Ball, Keenan Wynn Cecil 11:30 O (D (Color) Jeopardy NOTHING TWSHOULD Mr\GOING TO HAVE TO ANOTHER YES T.ANDIT'LLTRKE T SUREDOC \
O.D for details. Kellaway Ben Blue June O Pete and Gladys 5E NOTICEABLE GIVE YOU AN INJECTION NEEDLE? ONLY NATTER Of rf -.WHATEV R
(Special) The second session SECONDS TO GIVE JV YOUSW
Lockhart. (One hour, 50 12:00 O D (Color) Say When z HEY THAT WAS OKAY IjFORLONQ/ FOR TErPANU5/
of the convention 10:00: O Convention Coverage
min.) O Love of Life .l
opens tonight and Speaker (Cont..) A BIT/1 WONT HAVE
11:30 O D Tonight 12:25 O News T NO SCARWILLILN
of the House John Mc- O Maverick Western
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12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or
Cormack takes over as "The Misfortune Teller. ConsequencesO I Jr

permanent chairman. Accused of killing the Morning and Afternoon Search for Tomorrow /5
Scheduled for tonight is mayor, Bret is jailed to, 6:10 D Continental Classroom 12:45 O Guiding Light ;Y S ,
the report of Rep. CarlB. await his trial. All hope American Government: r 12:55 O ID News
Albert of Oklahoma, seems lost when Bret "The Welfare State in 1:00 Q News, WeatherO
learns that his defense at f
chairman of the Platform Perspective. Midday Y
Committee. torney's practice of law is
6:15 O Scope
D Color TV
4 ( ) Bingo 0-21-
Also scheduled is a based on an astrology O Summer Semester 1:15 Q Focus 2 o \

half-hour film report to chart. Bret: James Gar 6:30 O Religions of Man 1:30 Q D (Color) Let's \ ,_
the delegates on foreign nero Melanie Blake: Kathleen 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words Make a Deal -

policy. Crowley. 6:45 O Pastor's Study O As the World Turns THE WATER I I / ,THE NEWS HAS SPREAD J I U* X60T7-1
The 72-year-old McCor- D Wire ServIceDrama"The (D (Color) Hi, Neighbor 1:55 Q D News DEPARTMENT IS THAT VOU HAVE THE ONlXIM WATER Y L wFULa.YPOPULAR

mack has represented Nameless." Evans; 6:50 O Farm and Home 2:00 O (D Loretta YoungO I MAY HAVE I ,;"': 7 .ANO MAKING THEY REPAIRS NAVE THE THE.NEIGHBORHOOD 'i' r ALL. OP A
Massachusetts in the writes a series of articles I 7:00 0 (D TodayConvention Password SOME OF + c THE 5 I WATER ALL ALONG TURNED THE OFF SUOP6N

House since the 70th about a. black market t l Reports 2:30 O (D Doctors SAN IDEA } WHOLE STREET

congress. He was elected adoption racket. Then a l. O Local News Weather O House Party wATea OEAAR?, 1r
Speaker of the House after reader comes to him for 7:05 O Ranger Hal 3:00 O D Another World I IC
the death of Sam Ray- help his illegally adopted -, 7:50 O Local News O To Tell the Truth ,
burn in 1961 and he is son has just been kid. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 3:25 O News
now first in the line of naped. Evans: George 9:00 O Divorce Court 3:30 Q D (Color) You arp
Presidential succession. Brent. Richard Fielding: O Bachelor Father Don't Say I I

Albert became House ma- Phillip Pine. David: Dennis D (Color) Romper Room O Edge of Night r I r 1 a
jority leader in 1962 andis Holmes. ((60 min.) 9:30 O People Are Funny 4:00 Q Match Game .i 1 t C15c 1
known as a persuasive 11:0000News, D Jack La Lanne O Secret Storm
leader. It has been said of Weather Sports 10:00 O Make Room for (D Popeye'i Pals

him that "nobody ever 11:25 O Movie: Daddy 4:25 Q News I
gets mad at,car!." Albert, "Easy to Wed. ((1946]I O News 4:30 O Magilla Gorilla -
a Rhodes scholar, received When a glamorous socialite '. (D (Color) Cameras Q Burns and Allen HO-HO-HO! lI / YOU'Rt; V
his B.A. a foi Please H LEE.'.-rIEASE!-.I HAD GONNA USE THOSE bG: HURTING '!
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CYNTHIA LOWRYAP for another season or so. .er of the series and Gardner's Gardner literary properties for a.c a
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Television-Rrdio Writer This year, however, Burr partner in Paisano Productions, conversion to television ., \
HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Per- started grumbling in print says: "I feel that Ray means it "But as far as 'Perry Mason'is
ry Mason's" fans turned around ahead of his usual schedule. I this year." concerned we're old-fash-
and star This led television innocents to I : WIT17
accidentally nipped "This year" means however, ioned and I think our fans are,
Raymond Burr recently. Mr. believe that the summer re-runs said Mrs. Jackson. "They like i
there will be the usual quota of
Burr was in no position to com- from 1961 and 1962 shows were the show the way it is and they
new shows to run'from September -
plain. to be Perry's swan-song. They to April or May. don't like change. We know. We LET JUST TALK ABOUT O.D DAYS ON>
For the past three or four wrote in, declaring their undy- tried adding new characters z FOR A JOKER LIMO NEVER A RICH UNCLE [ i (THE) 'RED BALL EXPRESSMIKE/
years, the actor has suggested ing affection.For Burr's contract expires at the here and there and went backto COULD KEEP TWO DIMES LONG OBLIGINGLY Clll L'0 AND
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about this time that it will be the first time in the se end of ,the 1964-65 season and our original form." XXJUE LIVING PRETTY HIGH '
t his final season. He is interestedin ven-year history of the program CBS has made no move as yet So for the time being at! ON THE HAM-BONE/ 4 4V

other pursuits, he says, in- however Burr's predic- to renew the series or star. This least- "Perry Mason" will still''

cluding his art galleries, motion tion of the end to the successful situation could change suddenly,. be winning his weekly case in' .It

) pictures and a stage career. television career of Erie Stanley should the venerable program, the courtroom. It sure gives a: lU t.\ e6Cn
There follows a period of con Gardner's most popular char- in its new, earlier time slot t warm comfortable feeling to' dr ,

siderable excitement at CBS but acter may be accurate. on Thursdays-nab a high au. know that something is stable in TRYTO PUT MEON
ultimately comes the news that Gail Patrick Jackson dience rating. COLONEL/-I HVFtNTD
produc- that unstable world of televi- KNOW XXJ COME FROM A LONG
"Perry Mason" will continue partners are preparing other I Mrs. Jackson and her Paisano i, sion. LINE OF 5HARE-CROPPERS/
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Hints From Heloise >C' SA2SE, I'P "\ HOW ; ,YEAI1... DASH RIGHT!! A NrO. BUT I
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DEAR GALS: a drawer is pulled out evrj This way, in seasoning ham-I but the outer bottom) with inexpensive -

Those of you who paper your ,- thing matches. burger or any such food it goeson enamel and with a I Ii
own kitchens or hue them felt ink marker label each a I
papered My friend then went out and in one shake. Time saving, : tip i
always buy an extra Ought an extra roll of paper box with its contents. !
bles checkers and 4 u
roll (you can also save the j ust to han on hand when it crayons These boxes stack neatly and a

scraps after papering) and becomes necessary to replace eh'a j give my children instant accessto ;
keep it on hand to cover the the shelf and drawer liners. I their games, etc. Each box .
shelves. It matches your walls JOE "BABBIE"DEAR can be left out until ready toput I
Wall paper is cot only attrac- HELOISE -

and is darling. t i\e and practical but is To get rid of :the sediment: I up the game and they areeasy r HE WAS JUST OPENING TW6 Y WAS HE r THEY PIPNT TAKE IU HAVER TAKE HIM TO"
After helping a friend << to re-store. I THE ROCS IN WITH \ AW FRANKIE txottO HIS ) &? NO MONEYL3UST THE A
paperher cheaper: than most shelf paper. (mineral deposit) in the bottomof APARTMENT HERE KX& THE HOSPITAL,MR. KENO.!..
ered all the shelves and the your empty tea kettle, simply games as HES SEEN BEATEN /MO Pit R/.IS SEE WHO PIP rr: fE TREATED AT HOMtf :
put the tea kettle in yourfreezer ] Maid Snap etc., we use a metal up REAL MDr. THAT IGF4T? !
Insides of the drawers to match. I DEAR HELOISE: overnight This causes file box, (Such as Is used for I 1
We covered the paper in the Here is one of my best timesaving the metal to contract breakingthe J kitchen recipes.) Educational. .fJ
drawers with plastic so that hints: (I suppose I must mineral deposits off with- J flash cards fit wonderfully in I"'I Ile

she can wipe them with a damp have them by the dozen or I out the danger of hinting or 1 tos box, too.. < T
sponge.On ion't think I'd get through the discoloring the metal finish! H
the shelves, we put waxed lay: sometimes with my six MRS. F. E. MINER LETTER OF LAUGHTER
paper over the wall paper. children: !) ]DEAR HELOISE:

It was, cheaper and the paper Instead of having salt and DEAR HELOISE: I found that spots of paint
just happened to fit the shelves. pepper in separate shakers, I For those easily scattered won't show 'on garments worn '

We used pinking scissors to have I one shaker where I have playthings such as clay mar- (iuring a paint job, if you wear

make an edge. Darling. nixed up salt and pepper (anyvqportion bles, checkers, and crayons: 1 the garments wrong-skJe-out.
Whca a cabinet is opened or one prefers). Paint several cigar boxes (all BONNIE F. BRAUN

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HOLLYWOOD (AP) The garden party to benefit the for .29. San1. -. TRI1i11A
Carrrt. !
; Beatles made their debut in itaLcom-
; Hemophilia Foundation.It Classified OnlyDEADLINES Vibration
mune tilTi
Hollywood society Monday night was a question of who was 12. Stretch SOSolc of the IvEoILIuINE E R

and scored as big a hit as theydo more excited movie stars' I 13. Formula. foot

with teen-type audiences.The children at seeing the Beatles or I 14. Carved gem 34. Imitate IA1PII F_ jD_ YfOIVIRI_
;',.,. thro Frl. paIMrs-5 pm. Day before publication Toughens Ic1t lob R IPIRIAI
35. Cut of
shaggy singers from Liv. the Beatles at the movie 1- meat
SAt.For .
For ads 10 go I In Sun. paper-II:00 l.m. 16.
erpool were the attraction at'a stars. Ms to go In Men. .IMr-1 ,.m. $". 17. EmploY Unit of ilhminaUoa 36. Macaw Ic tii IA1J
37. Big tent
Movie moppets of all sizes at. (Minimum Itf 4 lines) IlLlLlSl

tended. John Forsythe broughthis FAMILY RATES I 19. Black 39.event Sharks IE.IDII LIE. PILIf.IAI51tI

Cold Makes Page 13 Brooke 10 and cuckoo 41. Call back
1 'Insertion ............................................... Sic ItntI 20. Goddess rf SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
Anne 14."They Insertions J5c tin' Ii 42. Iridium
0 Insertions :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: lie ttni* fertility compound 2. Harass 7. Monthly

drug me here, he 12 Insertions ................................... ............ I4c line 22. Seasons 3. Don
Tonsils'Disappear' complained mildly. Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned .n. Sowed payment
x number of Insertions. 23. Color 44. Nostrils handler 8. Old Fr.cola
Jack Palance had his three 24. Watchful 4. Freeze 9. Optical

children in tow. Shelley Winterswas I Five tetter worn p.r line 25. Stately DOW 5. Minced illusion

busy shooting photos of her 28. Guid 'l l.Archl.Le 6. Composl10.. first game
Sam as 1 line note for three
8 Pt. structure tions in a series
Romina, 11. ordinary type _

WASHINGTON (AP) -Use of Lloyd Bridges lifted his Cindy, 12 Pt.Sims as 3 lInesordInary .; 4 I 11.WithstandirrrrrrrrTr 18. Concealed

super-cooled probes to make inflamed 11, atop his shoulders for a better type 21. lul. river

tonsils disappear in virtually view of Ringo, Paul, John 1 18 Pt Same as 4 lines I%. /3IS -22. Wolfhound
ordinary typo
bloodless surgery was and George. 24. Polys ac-

described today by two New If : charide reIrmbling '
Edward G. Robinson escortedhis
York doctors. The tonsils 24 Pt Sam as 5 line -
are granddaughter. "In all my ordinary type n1$ --T; starch
cooled to temperatures as low 25.EmbeHislies
years I've never seen anythinglike ii 21 n -

as Fahrenheit.The 76 degrees below zero the response these boys 26.27. Punish Contain

he remarked. 36 3 6 R Same as 7 lines ij'l/ IJ if/ 21 by
doctors also told of other Ordinary type fnt r A\\ 'l'/: 28.fine Yale

promising uses of cryosurgery II 2S 2k Z7 18 if/ 7 7
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techniques involving use of be responsible for than _
The Gainesville Sun will not mere one 11 W a problem
31s 31 33
cold to kill diseased tissue I incorrect Insertion nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement Look
extreme closely see how beautifully if./ 31.Hoglikesnainmatof
In The extent than the cost of the
to I greater space occupied :
styles are designed. Use string - -
instead of just cutting it i by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will 1-ply yam. Jf 'S ,f/.I.; '
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of v./ : /h the
away. j I the advertisement. New Crochet vacation glamor 37 - tropics
The technique has been used wardrobe for MVfc-mch teen doll. .3 3* .41 Mountala.
The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege! ef revising .
or rejecting Pattern 711: lacket skirt blouse. _
r in certain types of brain disorders CapitolWASHINGTON ) any advertisement which it deems obiectional and to gown swim suit toP. short. slacks tf i - in ridge
change the classification of any advertisement from that ordered 33. Demolishes
such as Parkinson's disease t" conform to the policy ef the paper. Thirty-five cents in coins for - - 35. Decoy

(shaking palsy) and in, -_.._._._------ this pattern add "If cents for ii-- 'If 38. Foodfbh
v __IIIIIIIr--' each pattern for Ist-calss mailingand
treating cataracts of the eye. special handling Send to Laura ,.r 40.Anglo-
(AP) The 11 FEMALE HELP Af ".. "'. "."..
WANTED Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft For time 26 mln. Saxon
diseased prostate glands, and j Census Bureau says there is at 4 Personalised Services Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old money
Chelsea Station New'York 11. N.Y.
certain forms of cancer. ]least one television set in 93 of KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON AVON CALLING Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER

Dr. William G. Cahan of the I every 100 American householdsand All Beauty work on guaranteed I Budget Increased Foil business necessitates NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.

Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Perm U up Sham-set $1.50 up placing 3 women
one family in six has two or NEW FOR 165! 200 designs -
and Dr. Irving S. Cooper of the ; sets. 14 E. Univ.Open Ave.nights' by appt 372-7734 immediately. Real opportunity more fashions to knit, crochet than 12 Molt Help Wanted 11 Schools fr Instructions 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
more for those who qualify. ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery -
Department of Neurosurgery, Good opportunity for moth. dolls' clothes. Send 25 Cts. EXPERIENCED roofers first MINIATURE Dachshund 2 outstanding
Barnarbas Two ago a similar bu. 5 TRAVEL INFORMATIONDRIVING of for new Needlecraft Catalog.- class built-up and shingle men, HIGH SCHOOL Am. r St. Hospital, told years ers school ofle children needed. Apply in writing. Marion at home. free booklet. ISO ea AKC. FR 4-893.

about the pregress in reports to :reau survey showed at least one to California within 2 servicing Avon Cosmetic VALUE U COMPLETE QUILT Heating .. Roofing Co.. Inc.. p. School Fla P. 32214.lBMmactines.024026.O. Box. 1441. Jackson- JENNY BURROW (Slclllln);3 yrsT
weeks. Need 2 ridert. See Louis PATTERNS in deluxe. new Quilt/ ville. _
television set in 90 cent of Customers. Write Avon, Book. For Send O. Box U28 Ocala Fla. old. ISO. 5240 NW 8th Ave., Old
the first annual meeting of the per It J. M. Fields Auto Center. P. 0. Box 448 experts. EXPERIENCED outside sheet limited en- Newberry Road. Phone 372-4M7
SO cents
all U.S. homes.WASHINGTON Gainesville. now! metal workers only first class rollment. classes now forrnl"g.
Society for Cryobiology. 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Fla. or call FR 2-0421 mechanics need apply. Apply in Howell's"' Business College 111 W. AKC German Shepherd PUP. I wks.
WHITE writing. Marion Heating t, Roof- Univ. Ave. Phone 374-3507. old papers and shots. SI00. PhoneFR
housekeeper for en elderly 12 Mole Help Wanted 6-5M3 after 700 P.M.
Ing Co. Inc.. P. 0. Box 171.
PEOPLE interested InGoldwater's Senator couple
(AP) .- The prefer middle-aged lady to Ocala Florida. MEN" women II to 33 to train for

Set 40-Day use of nuclear energy to remove call and leave campaign number at please FR 4- room live In a.as one board.of family.Phone Sli Waldo wk. FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail SERVICE station mechanic want- CIVIL SERVICE 32 Mobil>> Homes For Solo
clothing and furnishings. Experience Examinations.
For Information
44>0. Paid Political Adv. 465-1152. ed. Apply Mott's 105 N.W. *th
salt from sea water and generate necessary In retail sell send name address & Phone No. SALE. 1963 New Moon. 10x60 1
THANK YOU for making the 12 Male ing. Salary commensurate with Key Training Service. 112 W. BR. front kltc"en.lvlng room
electricity at the same time 1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe Help Wonted ability and experience.. 5V* day St.REP. FOR TEXAS Adams St.. Jacksonville._ and bedrooms unfurnished. FR *-
Waterfowl will be discussed at the third success it was. Gainesville tishwasher. W week. Insurance benefits. Write 0355 alter S p.m.ti'SEDTRAii .
paid week. fnA '
annual international conferenceon Junior Woman's Assoc. of Club Gainesville.- HomeBuilders mediate opportunity. Apply Primrose resume to box 461-A to arrangefor OIL CO. WORTH Real Estate Exam : -Llrge-liyIM
Inn Kitchen. 214 personal interview. COURSE room. rear kitchen. two bedroomsupslairs.
W. Univ.
peaceful uses of atomic energy INSURANCE AGENTS Ave._ ONE OF THE NATIONS 'leading UP TO $14,000 ATTEND First lesson free. Ideal tor Campus Also
Problem cases our specialty I HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLIDE a travel trailer. 374-8MI
at Geneva Aug. 31 to Sept. 9. can help you place. this business DISHWASHER good 1 hours good'pay. companies writing medical and Need man over 40 for Gainesville COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave __
which will help you and your Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant dental care hospitalization Insurance area. Take short auto trips. FP: 4-3507. 3723727 FEDERAL QUALITY
It could also form part of the clients. Life or hosp. Call Mr. 14 SW 1st behind Sears. and life Insurance desires Contract heavy equipment and HOMES INC.

TALLAHASSEE AP international Skadowskl. 372-4532 anytime or GRILL the service of a high caliber fleet owners. Write C. A. Dickerson -
( ) The agenda for an man experienced. Top sal. 21 Livestock & Supplies 4870 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR
write P. 0. Box 14007, Galnes- ary. Apply Wonderhouse Restau- gentleman whose duties will be SW Petroleum. 534 N. Main, 25113 Walt_Jehnson.Mgr_ ,.
Florida Game Commission set symposium on water desalina- vllle. Fla.I rant. 14 SW 1st St. Behind Sears. to fill definite appointments. made Ft. Worth. Texas. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a

today a 40-day waterfowl hunt tion to be held in Washington WILL not be responsible for debts ROUTE salesman' for soft drink by licensed representatives to explain FULL TIME meat cutter honest dairyman to show us a better CONNOlL Y
Incurred by anyone other than my- company. Must be bondable. age these services. rebable\ t. dependable. Apply In dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 A 3
ing season opening Nov. 25 that Oct. 3-9 next year and to which self after this date August 25. 25-31. Phone FR 21511 'fo 5 YOU must be a permanent resident person. East Side Market. 1424 14 pet. All Pulleled Drai- bedroom mobile homes. Many

includes slightly more liberal the United States has invited all It44. weekdays. own a car and be willingto Hawthorne Rd. Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PON floor plans. 7 year financing.
JAMS LESTER ALDEN. JR. make evening appointments.We per ton. FMX Gainesville or Alachua. Drive out today. 3 miles South
bag limits.In 114 nations with which it has SOLICITOR WANTED. selling ax- are interested only in a man WANTED experienced beef boners Phone FR 2-lOti or 441- of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
perience helpful. earnings un who Is accustomed to making and meatcutters. Call for appointment 2105. 37a-C571

one major change, the commission diplomatic relations.WASHINGTON 8 Baby Sitters, Child Core MAY limited.apply.UNIVERSITY Others STUDENT 25 $100 to S1SO per week. 3725351. FOR SALE_- SHETLAND Ponies. Lowest prices easiest tirm'S11r -
age 40.
fixed the opening hourof Write history and salting background WRITE District Manager P. O. WANTED one second cook and one colts. mares riding ponies. saddles est display' in central Florida.
I keep infants and children in my Box 10475. Tampa Fla., giving dishwasher. Apply to Hotel Thomas and bridles. Phone GR J-
for appt. H. 4. w. Indus- We trade for anything. delivery
the season at sunrise insteadof (AP) Scientists home. _!! !.. P.O. BOX nn Qeala. Fl. your past business experience. In person *i 5 N E. 2nd St. 5515. up to 100 mIles.TRAILER .
FR 2-5169
the time for have discovered an undersea Colt MART
noon starting WANTED
piano player for gospel 13 Male Female
needed Immediately -Help or 30 PETS & SUPPLIESTn
Experienced men
I tall KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE quartet. Hwy. 17 Open I to A
several mountain abnost as asCalifornia's
seasons. for management opportunities -
East Palatka Phone 328-1059
Old Newberry
Day wk. or mo.
Phone 4812381. MAN from 45 to 55 of
some cities. yrs. age color Collies, with papers. 3
but its in
The season will run throughJan. Mt. Whitney Rd. Planned programs. Pick up or man t wife team. Apply at females.' 2 males. tlS to S50. Can 3 Bedroom 15 44 x 10 ft. Knox
3.The peak is still 3,800 feet below the at Llttlewood and Terwllliger MORLEY'S SANDWICHSHOP IF you have aspirations of owning Cue Stick Billiards. Should know be seen at 3023 N.E. 12th St. mobile home with front kitchen.
schools. Oil FR 2-aMT. your own home Cadlllec. boat something about pool & get along WW carpeting. 10 x 20 screened
bag limit on ducks remained surface of the Pacific Ocean. 102f W. Univ. Ave. Counter man I summer cabin; and are will- well with the younger crowd. PEKINGESE. Pelc a poo. and porch. Inquire Lot W-3, or Fit
TINY TOT and general Restaurant work. Ing to put out so yau can enjoy black miniature Poodles. J1S to *- 04t after 5:30 P.M.
at four a day and eightin In Apply these good things In life 14-Sales Help Wanted S50 with papers. Effie Llndsey -
and Geodetic Survey person. NORTHWEST"TRAILER
The Coast PLAY SCHOOL while you are still able to, or Trenton. Fla. Phone HO 3-2442
possession. But the bag can announced Monday the discovery Visit us and see for yourself. CARRIER BOYS between 12 & H if you have reached the end of EXPERIENCED.. high calibre real or HO 3-2313. SALES
include up to two of either red Wake ?< SE ath St. FR 4-7104. yrs. old needed for paper route the promotional trail in your estate salesman for busy local office. AKC. Reg. German Shepherd pups. 2702 Waldo Road N EAt
175 miles south of in the N.E. and N.W. Sections. present occuaption or you desire All replies confidentiaLBox Very good stock. Call FR 23084. Palm Lane 37 -020S
heads or canvassbacks or one of found COMPETENT mother will carefOl' Wonderful experience for your to enter a prestige profession No. 465 A. Gainesville Sun
Island. Its ship, Pioneer children. reasonable In her son. daily contact with the public with membership !in Chamber SIAMESE kittens and stud serv-
each. These ducks were completely LICENSED Real Estate salesman ke registered lilac blue and ESTIMATES
the mountain while on a six home at .Of SE 1st Ave. Phone prepares him for a leading role of Commerce. Country Club. Williston FREE on
$100 week account. chocolate point SU
a drawing up.
protected last season. FR 5.441LWOULD in his future. For more Information civic groups and be on Important FURNACES end Quelity
Large volume builder 525.4445.AKC
month scientific expedition to lit- call Gainesville Sun Circulation community committees. you _
like playmate for
Hunters south of State Road 50 Indian Ocean. tle girl days. Age 2 to 5. Play Dept. 372-8441._ should contact the Prolessional 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. Reg. German Shepherd pup Central AirConditioners
the Reply to Box 4V4-A c-e Gaines.yule
Room 205 wormed and shots. Call
can have to four Florida equipment. Phone FR 17471 see MAN over 21. vacancy in W. Alachua Insurance Corp. In Sun.SALESMAN. pies
up a t Mil N. W. 55th Terr Co. or part Gainesville for Baird Hdwe. Bldg. ':30 to 10:30 FR ttJH or see at 1204 NE
ducks a day instead of two. The underground mountain Rawleigh dealer.' Full time pre- AM. or phone 37e-4U for career sales opo 17th Avenue.
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ferred. Will consider ambitious portunity experience not reQuire
The bag limit on geese was rises about 14,130 feet above the part-timer. Many now earning S3per Professional is an old line I legal ed but desirable. excellent opportunity
I with the hour and up. Write Rawleigh. Reserve Company with home offices for man who can work FURNITURE by /
raised from two to three by federal ocean floor compared HOUSEWIVES FA I and expanding without constant supervision. Excellent zSTJL
Kids In school soon? Going to have 320 1170 Memphis. Tenn. in Jacksonville +
authorities. The overall 14,495 feet above sea level for some spare time? Christmas YOUNG man high school education Its operations through and resume to earning box 56-A potential.c-o Gainesvllle Send- UPHOLSTERYFor Best In equipment using Internally .

population was reportedto Mt. Whitney. coming up before you can hardly to answer phone. wait on several I states. Promotions need Sun. top quality workmanship Insulated' duets designed
goose unlimited. but v.e
turn around. Need extra money customers In busy building supply call engineered and Installed
to fill vacancies -
be increasing, although Florida's for gifts for those new grandchildren yard. No phone calls. Write men created immediately by promotions and 1S Schools & Institutions 372-6142 byALL
? We need ladies for P. .
share of wintering geese part time employment. 20 hrs. expansion. We have: SHORTHAND ENGLISH GAINESVILLE fc AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Clears per week S1.2S per hr. Your 4 MENto UPHOLSTERY
continues to drop. Boy CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING
1. A highly salable product
age Is no barrier if you are work with large eastern electrical Secretarial Courses Classes now ISIS N.W. llth $t. PH. 376-82.58
The bag limit on coot remained over 30. The Professional Insurance concern in the Gainesville 2. A market commission' I forming. Howelfs-Business College Free Estimates-nek up and It 18 NE 21rd Blvd.
Corp. office is in Poem 205 area. High commissions. 3. A generous
we Service
delivery. 24 Hen
211 W. Univ. Ave. FR e-
at 10.Racial. Before BaIrd Hdwe. Bldg. and hiring nish leads. Age 23-40 neat in appearance. overwrite 3507. -U--
Debts representative will be In from car necessary. No experience 4. Unlimited advancement opportunity -- --- -
t M to 10:30 each morning or needed we train you. e S
call 374-1415 for an appointment. Call Mr. Haney. Mon. Wed.. and 5. Integrity 1 backing unsurpass ---........ f
Clash Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between
His D.eatli WAITRESSES wanted. Howard and 10 A.M. Scott t, Felzer edWE
Johnson Restaurant. Please apply Corp. NEED YOUI
in person_313ft Nw 13th St.
Wrecks Georgia --
PASTRY Bakers two positions. sal-
CARTERSVILLE Ga. (AP) ary commensurate with exper
ience. Apply In person to Mr.
Service Station Ray Chappell, the gallant Summers Food Service Division.
University of Florida. Equal Op- GENERAL ELECTRIC
teen-ager with leukemia who poruntity Employer.

MONROE Ga. (AP) Gunfire ., e HAVE
battled so hard to pay his medical WANTED experienced waitress.

between a crowd of Negroesand bills, died knowing his debts Apply rant. 310 Humpty NW 13th Dumpty St. Restju-

several white persons broke in full. -
were paid LEGAL Secretary typing shorthand -
out Monday night. Four Negroeswere required. Experience pre-

treated for shotgun I The 18-year-old boy died Monday ferred. Call FR 24515. HAS
wounds and police said the: in a hospital a few minutes available; R.N for 3-11 SPOTLIGHT
could shirt in E.R.. 11-7 spervlsor O.R.
crowd later wrecked a service: before newsmen present supervisor two O!. technicians

station operated by a white! him with a bill marked "paid in and Registered Nurses for ail Immediate Job ,

I man. full." Sacs shifts Mrs.7X M.3-11.Gllcrease and 11-7.Director Con- OpeningsFor 4t GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM

Of Nurses. Wuesthotf Memorial
Police Chief Jack Morris saida I Chappell's family, however, Hospital, P. O. .Bee 4. Rock. Well Qualified Holiday Inn
ledge Florida. Phone 434-2211
I crowd of several hundred Ne-. told him of the news Saturday Ext. 3JMoRLEY'S,. r 1900 S.W. 13th St.

groes had jeered customers at: when his condition worsened. SANDWICH Personnel

the service station for nearly, The youth worked with a high- SHOP Maintenance General Gaines Steok Room offers modern comfort

102t W. Univ. Ave. Waitress apply in .tiitf in their famous Early American fashion.
two hours. way construction crew, but was In person. _ _ _
Morris said they shouted,, able to earn only $60. News stories WANi Dllleslld,. must have 1 lew- Available jobs require at least 5 years experience The serving hours ;in the "Steak Room" are from
6:00 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight.
that white elry store experience *. references. in one or more crafts such as machinist,
"Don't buy of his plight brought in $1- Steady position good salary.

I man." 400 in money and pledges which Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. millwright, toolmaker, or electrician. In addition S S. Mr. HiWenmisto says. "Watch for the opening of

I WANTED experience waitresses formal background is desiroble. the new GENERAL GAINES LOUNGE. Even under
The station was damage cotton a training
his father, Ray Chappell, a all shifts. Larry's Restaurant construction conditions, the 'Steak RooM' will continuo -

shortly before 3 a.m. too a)r mill worker in Aragon. Ga., 1225 ty Dumpty W. Univ.Drive Ave.In. Apply Hump- Hrvilif.i .

when several white men at th! medical benefits and working conditions
\ said would be used to pay BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Good salary, ,

station departed Morris said.A expenses. What is left will Ears) up to S5 per hour demo are just a port of what GE can mean to Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
famous Studio Girl
car driven by Mrs. Tomm,r be applied to the boy's funeral strating Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.

Cooper wife of an operator o[ Phone 374-4334 after a.
the station, was fired into as sh expenses.Announcements WANTED to begin experienced work by Legal August Secretary 21.. YOU DINING CAFETERIAS DINING.DANCING COCKTAILS *

drove into the station, Morri! or earlier. Salary commensurate GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA _
with experience and ability. repainting.
said. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation ORLEANS

H I 1 Monroe is about 40 miles east t 3 LOST & FOUND Blue" E.Shield.A. Clayton For Interview.r James contact E.- APPLY NOWat Featuring steaks prepared U.S. Prime to and ChoiceOpe" 7 Friday.day a Aug.W"2Sth (Formerly Businessmen's Fred's Locker Lunch .15 Room)

Clayton. .Phone 372-titl. your taste Remember We'll see you itenServed 11.30 AV 3:M "'.M.
|f 1 of Atlanta. on our open hearth. Holiday Inn, Palmer t Sue Long Dinner Servled < 12 ,.Me

1" The chief said he had bees LOST with-large Beagle Mack dog.spots mostly wearing white SECRETARY proficient in WANTED shorthand and Must typ be battery plant on Route 441 12 miles north _IWOSW-nth_ _ _St._ FR_ _._.266_ 4542 NW IJth St.

1 '- unable to determine why th-I collar with owners Ave.name. Last 75Interchange. ing. Salary commensurate with west of Gainesville. BILLIARO'S BOWLINGPALM *
seen on NW 3tth near
crowd had gathered and that h< S50 Reward. Phone experience and ability. Scruggs UNIVERSITY INN
a. 3 SE lit
... Gamesville CarmkhaeL Avenue LANES Charcoal Steak Room. Smergas-
had had no previous complaintof _Ph. 37..5242.CURB Fun for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
trouble in the neighborhoodThe WAITRESSES day and BUT young women too. the 17h. for reservicing and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Daneing -
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE night shift top wages. Apcly: Bring your dates of our alleys. Well tit 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
station had been open les:; in person Jerry's Restaurant ALACHUA 462-3531 Open II AM. til 12 P.M. see you the 1 It II. 2aO Waldo Combo & Richard Parkers orches
ROOFING In SHEET METALWORK 2310 S. W. 13th St. ,os N. Main Street Read 37..4454. tra. 101 S.W. 13th St. FR e-2442.
than month he said.
a 8'
all types Can Bobby BEAUTY OPERATOR. wanted.
i Morris said the crowd cause FR 6-4707 sick pay. Please phone TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE -
extensive damage to the statioi 372.1541. NEW ENTERTAINMENT! GUIDE
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attentwn An equal opportunity employer ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS
and to two automobiles parke<1 te itervevs or elderly. WANTED part time salesgirl Apply CALL
Easy Way Driving $Ch oI.. FR in person. Federal Bake Shop 3728441.
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32 Mobile Homes For Sole 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 House for :Sal.

FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA 3034 NE 14th Dr. 8 Mo. old 3 3 BR 1 bath air conditioned, central BEAUTIFULLY KEPT PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe TWO bedroom CB newly painted,
BUTTS approval you can have Immediate Br.. 2 bath, Fla room. patio. heat stove ad refrigerator. 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroom Tropicana, by Hugh Edwards, shady lot 60 x 120 airconditloner
possession and ownership of bout in oven and range. Air Drive by 2503 NE 10th Terraceand and screened porch. Large cor. Inc., has been widely acclaimed elec. range, washer and refrig
THE TIME IS NOW. the best value house for sale In cond Cent. heat. Large corner then call FR 4-5890. ner lot. Immediate occupancy. Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn erator. Storage shed. Tiled bath.
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air lot. Pool
membership. $850 down. 11500. FHA terms. See Dick its price range. You may now Immediate occupancy. Very lowdown
Mobile conditioning. Paneled family room _$17,850. 372-0688. $75 W NTH $450 Down. NE 3 Br.. own this marvelous home completely payment and S65 monthly.
joining living-dining area for extra I CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 1 bath, screened porch. Kitchen Robinson. equipped with central air Easy private financing. See It at
spaciousness. Electric range hearty home in e w.,..ed. ce.Mi-c.1 heat. Can moveIn RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor conditioning, dishwasher disposal, 3130 NW 10th St.. and phone FR
new quiet neigh- Now. FR 22774. 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1.J
and dishwasher. Back yard completely 67170.
borhood. Has fenced rear yard, built-in oven and range and
Homes enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. wall to wall carpet, central air BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$J patio gas bar.b-q grill for only UNIQUE :bedroom 2 bath home
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr Call 376-4147 for appt. to see at conditioning, three good size bed ImmediateOccupancy By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home 522.300. Ask to see this luxurious Complete with large paneled den.
2213 NE 7th Ter.
INC. rooms two baths. Extremely well built in this area by home at your convenience. Only 17500. Located at 3707 NW
THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. cared for home and grounds. $15- ALACHUA HOMES. INC. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. 23rd Ave. For further details call
House to Rent? NEWt traverse rods $750 down, pay 983. Owner willing to sacrifice Phone 376-0630 FR 64630. Ask, for Frank Thomas. -
W & 12' WIDES $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive some equity In this home to responsible Model Home Opening every Sun. 376-7971 .
alsoCAMPERS off 39th Ave. party. Call for appointment from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning ,
16. 3331 EXTRASPECIAL S600 No qualifying $85 per
August N.W. 28 PL
3 BR 2 bath study attractive to see. Hugh Edwards month, 3 BR. 2 bath built-in
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS We need 25 trade-ins this month! I 100' x 139corner lot, at 2225 Inc. 376-771. CHOICE two. three" and four bed- Compare cost with all other 3 stove, cen. heat nice yard.
vacancy bedroom. 2 bath fully air condo
Call us for the best deals. NE ath St. $450 dn., $79 per mo. NEW 3. Bedroom CCB. tile bath, room homes at convenient locations homes. "YOU.LL BUY IT EVERY Drive by 4215 NW 21st Ter.
FHA or pay more dn. & take carport end utility room. $'.000, Quality construction plus TIME."
YOU MORE than the ad 3768361NW over 4 per cent VA Mtg. at real I OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath Irg.
that will rentit $350 down. $65 month. Phone FR bonus features such as: $1,000 down will move you into
13th St. at 6th St. On street $4450 per mo. Shown by appt. 23355 days.Transferred. plaster walls, fully sodded lot. MOVE IN TOMORROW this Brand New luxury home at open-beam ceiling paneled din-
parking aU around our corner. only. Ph. 372-3707. lifetime terrazzo floors, GE central Unusual floor plan sets this three 3669 N.W. 16th Ave. 3 large BR's, Ing & family room with fireplace -
Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each $500 Dn. 3 Br., 2 bath. heat adaptable to A-C, GE bedroom, two bath home apart 2 tile baths large family room, Irg. fenced-In. back yard
NEW 2 bedroom frame house |lust Din. room screened porch, near built-in kitchen. 372 3130 or 4481683. -
week day.Ya'll built-In oven and range, a I 11 I from others. Lifetime terrazzo central heat & A-c. Pretty elec.
completed wooded lot Smiles .
school. $14.500 Immediate occu brick fronts, rustic gas lamps, floors newly redecorated. BuiltIn kit. See it and lefs deaL
out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570.
pancy. 1428 N.E. 14th St. sidewalks. swim club rrember- kitchen. $600. down includes
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU Come OLE WILD Painted CCB. 3 BR's FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom ship. closing. sioi. per month includes NEED ROOM? OFFERED BY BUILDER
2' baths Fla. Rm. built-in range CCB. 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low taxes and Insurance. Then let us show you this 4 BR, 2
custom-made & oven, cent. heat room air-con- down payment. Call 376-6644 or No cash down VA.Low Hugh Edwards, Inc. bath home at 727 N.E. 11th Ave. 3 Bedroom 2W bath home.
See 12wides at .
our ditionmg. Ig. shaded lot, near 372-1933. 376-7971 Central heat. Nice Priced
EVERY DAY until it is rented yard.
: prices. M.H.M.A.
Approv. new elem. school. 376-4109. FHA down. Show house at 3321 H.W. 21th
ed Top Brands. 8 financing AVAIL. 1, :3 BR, right with good terms.
yr. Sept. IV* bath Also conventional financing. BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms
Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom I
available. See Dad and Brad Lar. BY OWNER NEAR WEST- CCB, low down payment, $86 per 2 baths large, convenient. $300 DOWNA
sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath mo. Conveniently located to Move in See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. bath home at 4620 NW. 33rd
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS charming 2 BR, 1 bath home located -
: Rt. 100 1 mile S.E. of Keystone Ig LR, family room built In schools and shopping. 1408 N.E. Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone
Heights. Open evenings and kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 14th Ter. FR 2-3855. A STEAL in exc. N W. neighbor-
$40 mo. . $1.33 day Sunday. & HEAT. $1000 and TomorrowVlllAGf hood. Pretty corner lot 100x125. FR 6-3848.
per per
940 NEW MOON 50 X 10. Phone assume mtg. Call 374-2927. SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom. 2 bath BY OWNERMUST Exc. condition. Oak floors. Monthly
$41. See this
payments only
4722394 or 4722071. Newberry. HIGHLANDS, 3 Br., 2 bath, quality house, near Sidney Lanter and
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day built. 2 story masonry. Cent. High School on city bus line. batb, sacrifice large Fla. 3 room bedroom, large, living 2 one for sure.
10000. Can be zoned R2. Phone GREEN
heat reasonable down payment. room dining room built-in UNIVERSITY ADMIRE
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day WYATT- Price $23,500 530 N. E. 7th Ave. FR 6-5472. kitchen, convenient to shopping
Cor. Blvd. 3728245. '
schools. Must see
FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer center and '
LOOK AIR equity in :3 BR, 2 bth, built-in to appreciate the value. No qualifying 'REALTY WIMBERLY ESTATES
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. .
Trailer SalesHome 3 BR, 2 baths central heat. out kit., terrazzo floors, cen. heat. Low down payment.
Of city limits deep well REA Phone 376-8779. price $21,600, price now 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day of power located at 3616 NW 34th S HUGHEDWARDS 1884578. $500 down. LocatedIn M. Munroe,. Realtor Lloyd Myrick Bldr.
Pacemaker Mobile Homes St.Call. nice NW section at 1321 NW Asso S. E. McLaughlin Frank Offering more quality
Mst Ave. Phone FR 22433. Roby, Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas -
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day Shasta Travel and Trailers Airstream 372.2372 or 376-8190. FORDYCEREAL f. less money

Ocala's First Mobile Horn BY OWNER, 4 BR, 2 bath extra Jr.SUBURBAN W 36th Tar. eft N.W. 39th
$75 mo . $2.50 day Dealer Since 1948
per per
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. N Ig.W.shady 13th yard.Ave.Westmorland Available 4018 on TOR INC.North STEVEN FOSTER Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 w-

Phone 4291358 ?. 3n..s689.New .
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Ocala. Fla. short notice. FR 6-7993 for appt. Central Florida's Largest HEIGHTSLocated HEIGHTSGainesville's by app

1952 model Schultz 8 40 trailer, FIRST TIME ADVERTISED INVESTMENT Builder and Developer Newest
x at N.W. 37th Place &
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day 1 BR. wall to wall carpeting New Palm Springs model. One of 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, over 4400 Furnished models St.at 2909 NE 15th 6th St. New brick homes under Prestige Address
throughout except kitchen. Call the best looking homes we've ever sq. ft. of living area. All completely 376-7971 construction. Pick your own Built for Those Who Desire
after 5 P.M. 374-0790. built. Four bedrooms 2 full furnished and the Best.
$90 . $3.00 ready to colors, ttc. VA & FHA Terms. Only
mo. day
per FOR SALE-1958 two bedroom 8x43 baths, beautiful brick facade, move in. Call Fordyce 376-1 36. N. W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL

trailer.. Good condition. excellent kitchen arrangement. New Brick Homesby by I Built by Four of Gainesville's Homesin
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day' 516.900. No money down VA LARGE Leading Builders
Phone FR 2-4179. FHA only $800 down. Price Includes 3 BR m bath with study and Capitol Builders Inc. FRED MASONA.

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day 33 LOTS FOR SALE gas lam fully, swim sodded club front member.lawn. sq.Fla.ft.room.Only $500 Cent.down heating and,$89.16 1400 Builder NW.CaU 37th:372-0341 Place or& 374-77U 4th Street MACOMA. W. FLETCHER HOMESW.
mo. can put you In this one. Seller I
ship.VILLAGE GREEN pays closing costs. Call For. 3 & 4 bedrooms built.tn kitchen P. RIDGWAY WESTVILLANW
1 acre, N.W. dyce 376-1236. equipment cen. heat, VA no
2 acre lots S.W. By HUGH EDWARDS. INC.: -..
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR down payment. FHA from $700
7'1z acre Ranchettes SW. restricted 2909 N. E. 15th St. COLONIAL)
homesites 376-7971 styled, walled patio, wall to wall down-no closing costs.

4235 NW 10th St. carpeting, 4 BR 2'/j baths with Capital Builders. Inc. 2 EXECUTIVE HOMES 16th Ave.,
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS MARY MOELLER Desirable 3 BR, 2 bath home, 1650 Sq. ft. Very large lot in NW
1019 W. University FR 4-4471 large Fla, room & patio. Lot area. Good terms can be arranged NW. 37th Place & 6th Street 4.BEDROOM-2-BATH 3-BEDROOM-2-BATH at 37th St.

LOTS for sale In twautiful Idylwild 100x176', lots of trees. on this $22,300 home. Call OPEN HOUSE DAILY

between Gainesville and the new Beautiful lots NW section Fordyce 376-1236. Call :371-831 or 374-7788. a Enclosed Swimming Pool Enclosed Swimming PoolS
golf and country club. Large restricted Family Room Family Room
lots. Certified public water Commercial property & acre e. ACREAGE Built-In Kitchen Built-in Kitchen
120 acres of permanent pasture,
system. Outside ctiy limits.
Laundry RoomWalltoWall Laundry RoomWalltoWall
$1750. to $2600.Clyde E. C. "Curly"' Kuehn, Jr. fenced and cross fenced; water 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In WALTER STUBBSInc.
32 Mobile Homes For Sale 32 Mobil. Homes For Sale Seckinger, Realtor and partially wooded. Only $250 Carpet Carpet
638 N. Main St.
per acre. SHADOWLAWN Dressing Room Dressing Koom
Owner & developerPh.
for Sale I BR air condo turn SCHULT Early American 2 bedrooms FR 6-5038 FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 ESTATESF. S Central Heat Air Cond. Central Heat Air Cond. .

trailer &condition.enclosed FR cabana 2-9884 Excellent 4-8 10x50 Hillcrest Trailer ACRE lots for sole. BLACK ACRESPRICED Trailer lots, $20 down and $20 LOTS a D. OLIVER
OFFERING Both Homes Located in beautiful high' dry wooded area with Phone 376-5394
A.M. and 4-12 P.M. Court Lot A 5 Phone 3724416LOT TO SELL BY OWNER. 3
paved streets, city water and sewer.
Individual Styles For You
bedrooms. 2 baths, hardwood
with 3 trailer spaces and 2 floors. central. heat, air-cond. month.FORDYCE Well planned living areas
trailers. Large awnings. 3 large units electric range and drapes. Quality material & workmanship FKED MASON BUILDERFR "We trade houses"
patios, 3 septic tanks lots of Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees.
ASK THE shade good rental income. Just 3125 W. Univ. Av!. FR 6-6427. & ASSOCIATES INC. 0 A community you would be 2-8340 FR 2-3182
outside city limits. For sale. FR Multiple Listing Realtor proud to live In
4-8883. BY OWNER. Palm View Estates, Grace Fordyce Broker
Drive West on N.W. 39th -- ------ -- ------ -
less than one year old. cen. air Associates
lots. 50 x 135' each, NE 18V> conditioned and heat, $800 down Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden Ave. past the Glen Spring In- .
Ter. & 2nd Ave. Priced to sell and assume mortgage. See at 0. C. Gay Dick Banks tersection. See sign on left.
or will trade for Income proper.. 4037 N.W. 18th Place or call 376- Frances Hough Sarah Goulden FR 20866..uu'i'iiiiiiiiiiiwuutiitiuwiluli1wwuulI BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
ty. J. R. Crane owner 3723632. 0734. 926_,W. Univ. 376-1236
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30 acres of lake front many 10 APMT.UNIT HOUSE- 10 BATH I i iI

bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. : COMPARE MONEY DOWNV
nished houses with dock and deep TOPS IN .
OWNS ONEOld well pump. Many extras. On LOCATIONOCCUPANCY '

Lake Jewelry Santa Co.SPECIAL Fe. Inquire Lewis FULL REVENUEI&RICE ONLY $38 000 THESE HOME VALUES A Village \'f'' greCJI

( & Trite but still good advice) 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home, $13,000 DOWN ONLY SHOWN A home BY APPOINTMENT and- II BEFORE YOU BUY I LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.

$1500 1 Mile S. off Paynes living ABOVE payments INVESTIGATE I
I! 376-7971
We are extremely proud that a' high FR Prairie.63053.Cedar For appointment call a
JUDKINS! REALTY CO. IIIIIIIBJImlllllllllllflllliilllillllfll/Jllilltlllllmnll/ -
of sales consist of referrals Shoresfine 106 E. Univ! Ave. = SAVE! isa /
percentage our Key 372.4224 or 372-4225 The following Is now under Priced from $13,900-$17,250 '

from our satisfied customers. homesites from $2250 2 BR home on corner lot lowdown construction and will be ready
non-waterfront from $1510 payment, $60 per. mo. Located for occupancy soon!
at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call!
The Great Majority of our home owners Marina LocationsINVEST Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. I1111J111111111lI1IIIIII1IIIIIntlllllllllII111IIIIIII1I 3310 N.W. 30th PI. Sodded Lawns tt1

@ 9 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. $87 Swim Club .., ..J..1
:3 BR, 1 bath cen. heat built-in g The following are ready for 5. i
have been careful intelligent buyers : facilities needed here oven and range, paved street per month. i
| occupancy. =
have measured & fenced yard. $1,800 down $75 mo. Air Cond. Optional _ _
who com
shopped, Motel Locations 1520 SE 23rd Lane. 376-0880. 4120 & 4121 I .. _
I Colonials .w.'SUlr ,____
N.W. 28th Ave. ,
N.W. 19th Dr.
pared. We welcome comparison of lot I INVEST: accommodations a -
COMPAREBeautiful 1 4 BR, Vh baths, $1,990 dn, 3 BR, 2 bath $500 dn., $81 Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
sizes & overall square footages of en- home with pool. NW Sec. g $165 per mo. per month.
tion. Lovely large lot. 3 Bedroom
closed space. (We publish square foot- DAVID ANDREWS- 2Vi bath built In kitchen 4119 & 4127 -
huge natural brick fireplace. 1900 Hllllll lJllllUIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII! !!
II N.W. 19th Dr.
brochures.) REAL ESTATE'CEDAR Sq. Ft. of comfortable living, g
age in our priced right by the Owner. Phone ,3. BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $74 37
KEY 3841 or 3831 FR 6-7047 for appointment. Norwood per month.

There are many additional benefits to JUST over one acre heavily wooded 3 Bedroom, 1 bath. CCB house, ItIIIIIJIIUDIIIlllJUDlWIIUlnDWUIIlIII -37 HOUSE HUNTING!
Lake Ann. 20 miles from walking distance to Littlewoodand !5
Gainesville. 80 front feet on clear Westwood Schools. Well landscaped -
owning Kirkpatrick & Pierson home. lake. $3500 with $1500 down and 610 NW 35th Ter. 3761374. Hope"H"r
$50 per month, or $3,000 cash. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENg
FR 4-3211 Ext. 5568, Fred Br).. g JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
1. If you should ever be transferred or move ant. PARRISHPRESENTS 37 : I nc. YOU WILL JUST CALL. E CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

Kirkpatrick & Pierson's homes resell faster WINFRED H. CRAWFORD EWe

in Gainesville. Ride through our Reg Broker tpecallzing In Trade Homes 1123 SE. 4th STREET COLONIALS'
development. check the for sale signs then AGE. 3 miles No. of Mel rose. or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 67789'Jl 1

try any other area in Gainesville. $12 GR 5-2981.WATERFRONT FOOT! CONVENIENT.to downtown.easy walking 2 bedroog'lframe distance ffiflllfllWBT37Blll1tt1l1flAH1lHRflh1flfllllfffH1hllflJtWI/ / !lllHUlHlll37IllUflhIlllIllfl1llU37fliAc' ( The brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

membership in the 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe cottage on paved street Terrazzo floors, shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
2. Paid up perpetual river. with Vt mile Rd. frontage, east of new Post Office building. Gainesville' newest and most ,

Highland Court Manor community center (As less than 3 ml. to High Springs. Properly priced for a cash deal. -, luxurious apartment building .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

& home) This About 80 acres cleared fram GOLF VIEW: ESTATES. Good 3-
own occupy your
long as you house, shed and storage room bedroom. 2-bath home in this LAKESHORE city services.
is completely restricted to owners in Highland spring. Ideal Club or Camp site. very desirable area near the

Court Manor and includes swimming pool RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor University. Excellent financing' THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 376-1359 permits this property to be handled -4 TOWERS
playing field, playground equipment & air with minimum down pay. '
conditioned community club house. rooms and bath on Lake Alto NOW !LEASING
Furn.. incl elec. range GE BLACK ACRES. Traditional bed

3. All Modern conveniences storm drainage refrigerator, dock ,and oil heater boat shed.good water Lg. room.living 2-bath room masonry separate home dining with THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

city sewerage paved streets with curbs & gut- cleared lot. $10,400. 448-1758. room. family room with fire MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
natural & place, modern built-in kitchen.
ters, city water & electricity gas Central heat.
35 Houses for Sole
city fire protection with the lowest of insurance FLORIDA PARK. Immediate occupancy THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA

rates. 1005 NORTHEAST 4th Street, by can be had on this
owner, 3 BR, 2 baths, sep. dining pleasant 3 bedroom home on MODELS $13,000.
lots with front footageof room, Irg. kit., screened porch., large lot. Walking distance to
Large an average
7 closets. air conditioner, built' Gainesville High and J. J. Fin-
92.4 feet and 133 ft. from curb TO real In cedar chest. back yard ter, ley Schools.UNIVERSITY. FHA and VA Walk to elementary
race. Paved streets. sidewalks
lot line. Call FR 2-9459 or FR 6-4140. ACRES. Restricted and junior high
west side subdivision of
BY OWNER. Neat attractive 3: new I From $400 down
for traffic flow. ease of : ere lots. Paved streets. NO
5. Homes planned bedroom CB. University Profes
CITY TAXES as these lots are Better living andFrom
from sor's home. Lg. Fla. room. IViBlks. I'
and maintenance gained outside limits.
living easy city Suggest you
to school. $800 buys $2,300
over 27 years of experience in home building. equity. 1051 NE 20th Place. If: make advance.your selection before prices $79 per month resale value.
Interested call Jacksonville Fla-

6. Located close to kindergartens and Jr. 7212058. AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnished Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
4 Br. 2 bath N.W. phone home for rent. Close to' LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
High with bus service to High GR'5-47L' University. Will lease for one' left and follow
School. (New High School land already owned year at $160.00 per month. Swimming Pool Recreation RoomS signs to Fernwood Manor.
By owner. 3 BR, IV* bath kitchen Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
by county adjoining Highland Court Manor) equipped central heat paved I SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom. air- Paint
street. City util. 51* per cent VA conditioned home In good north-: Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities the Down Payment If You So Desire

loan. Call Mr. Weidler. FR 2.3610.. east location unfurnished. Si 60.CO .-' Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
1-6 per month on lease for year' Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
Model Home Open p.m. THREE BEDROOM 1 bath din-
ing room. built-in kitchen. fenced SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-fced-' S 3 Elevators I PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
back yard well landscaped. $850 .
room unfurnished 'rental $115 0 I
down. take up payments $79 mo. per month lease .for year. L PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
PHONE 3764456FOR
Phone 372-1949. 1600 SE 23rd
Kirkpatrick & PiersonBUILDERS Lane.A .

Nice frame house. 4 Bedrooms M.M.PARRISH PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
large living room, kitchen han (24 Hour Service) Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048

and DEVELOPERS, and freshly bath. Front painted and inside srie porch.All and. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY

Sales Office out. Located on large let 133' 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
x 104'. All this and more 4250.00 I
N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace Easy terms. Call FR 4-227. & ASSOCIATES, INC.: BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

372-3471 4 BR modem home on 1 acre of: H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Butler Bros. BUILDERS I
land 17JOO. Terms. Phone GR Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish I
5-2277. It NE First Street TeL 372537J

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1 CLEAN AS A WHISTLE NOW RENT modern furnished cottages STORE FOR RENT. -::- -
Beautifully kept. must be seen. H en Lake Santa Fa by week Contact Mr*. Culpepper tt FR TV; perfec. v Ii saorifice AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up 64 "UlCK. Skylark 6000 m.l; .
t Special $ .50 for performancetest. MOO down,
season. Inquire I Lewis Jewelry co stt. Attn RCA tterto port- payment
4643. t
you are looking for e 2 bedroom.l ROC KY.FAY E Mw cond. $39. 80S NE Uth An makes and models.of Can FR 2.74 or FR J.J7SJ after
MERCHANDISE bam home with screened porch TWO brom. CCB lake tome. SMALL warehouse for rent. Ave. FR Chrysler built cars. Hawe 5:00 .
ANNOUNCEMENTS en a large corner lot. Immediate RANCHETTES.okt lake with covered DAN BYRD 2.57.DOWtNG.S Motor Co., Air Conditioning .
I la Xtmoriam occupancy. $11,500. See at Call FR 6-5821 or GR UPHOLSTERY 55 CHEVROLET standard
Care el TfcaalaS 11 Waited *. Bar 1301 NE 4th Terrace then phone Front and Lake Access. >5217.ck 3768268. Chair lw as s No money Main St.Servicing'Phone FR Center.22541.204 N. mission cylinder. Perfect cond trans.

Last Fet*. a Machinery Tesla Dick Robinson Associate Ralph Large lots-Easy Terms. 50 I $ per rt tlon. Call 372-44M.

4 Pralls ..n.... tt BmlUiar Materials Fossey Realtor at 374-135 day Miles south of Jacksonvilleon 45 Furnished Apt FOR LEE Free estimates pickup ASSUME
balance Chevrolet
$4 BameieU Goofs Modern air of offices. 85 Automobiles for Sate 1962
I U.. or night 11 West University service. Ail work guaran
I Travel r Iv.r Impala,
CS AatltjieaM State Road 315-1 mile Downtown location, near court Phone 3747784.ODAK 2 dr. hardtop excellent
KUat for two or
S BpeaUl t.
Ml house and federal building. Ph. CADILLAC 195.3 condition Call Jones Vt-5351.
e. Far Bale North of Interlochen. i three $75 red convertible
Ftorlata per month. !
Chili Care n Tratlac Pasta Avenue.GLADYS ail Ilud. 372-7943 or 4-0817. RetIna relies S with 50- fully powered with new top. $250. 141 Chevrolet station wagon, with
5 Bair Sitter utilities except
gas. .
mm f 1 normal lens 13mm
I P1...$ To Ga &.* II Articles Wanted HOMES WITH 372-0481 after 9 p.m. ONe,'Phe. FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store f 4.5 60mm; screw See at Tenneco Stat. corner of manual transmission. Air cond -
1. as ".. Oil WeecaB building W. Unlv. Ave. Price $800 telet lens S. Main t 4th Ave. ttoned. Low mileage still has

Tfclat ToAUTOMOTIVE 1 ,. *.U Maria E..... SMITH INCOME TRAILER. 35 x r for rent on per m CII Hershall Hayrws. In In fiers class condition I.x. ,$200.case Daytime All- '62 VW, radio and heater white tory ouarantee. $2090. Phone '

71 Camp .Bint. flak private lot off Archer road. Near FR B. F. Miiell. FR walls. $1295. Phone FR 6 after S.
IS Office X,ml,H.tn I 4CWLY DECORATED 3 bedroom UP. $55 Mo. Phone 372-2051. 47551.FOR 3145. nights J1.Now 2n3.1S1 W4 Chevrolet. $325 Down
372-5393 home with garage apartment FIAT for sale.' Call be T.lt
tt A..I.. SaletBeaUlaIITratka Musical MercbaatUae Specializing in Ladies' Better S2.
renting for $45 I month. Owner ONE bedroom on Lake Geneva. RENT 1.009 Iq. ft. warehouse ever payments or will take
10 00 A.M old
far Bate Four bedrooms. 2 baths within 36 mln. Drss Close 6m. Sins Sthrough fe : If.r 1:0 er car. Call FR After
will fminct. Immediate possession. from Gainesville. No en store room 2181 SW St. o all 1-0. j .
IS Tratki WUISIIS Trick KtalslaTr REAL ESTATE FOR SALE walking distance of the Medical pets. $45 per mo. Phone 7S $50 per mo. Call e I'h Hay Values 54.DIXIE$3 fich.MILLS Exceptional SUPER ; P.M FR230 lay 43 FORD GalKi*. automatic transT
Traeters School. Older brick home with 2781. M.lroal.EFFICIENCY 61 Chevrolet perkwood with
cs FR 4-2641 or B. F. Mizell, DISCOUNTS. wa9 mission $ cylinder excellent
1st Ave con-
a. .Ur kut&1S n MeMM Names for tale Florida room fireplace doublegarage. I DOOMING HOUSE Apartment for APARTMENTS. $50 FR 5733LLARGE 1 S.W. air. Wholesale.' SPECIAL dition. Phone 376-0991
... nue.
U Metereytlei I. SS Lets f.r Bale owner and four rooms already month. Phone '54 PlYMouth. perfect cond

14 AmUneklla Ktpalr SI Walufrat Freperty rented will pay for Itself. Priced 4. Shop building. Long OLEX 8m movie camera. F 2.J 43000 sworn to miles. 400. Call
U tBBlles far Bile 85 Bxiti jar 11 Make an OFFER One of cur bestbuys It 12750. Convenient location. EAST lel. Rent or sale. 2007 .NE l lefts; $ Two child's rocking FR 4-4404 1943 PONTIAC Tempest LeMansT
at Swap Cars M Cottages Far Bale In a 3 'bedroom, 2 bath Ave PR 6-558. chairs $4 and $5. Phone FR radio bucket seats speed trans. 4
2 959 8
Lark Power steering
home. Large Florida fireplace 7101. cyl. with air condo Will
87 .... KaUte room.
Eicktat M.ACHUA REALTYAssociates heater. $500. Phone Bill at FR 6- tale
56 Business trade &
lot. assume
EDUCATIONAL S8 Real EitaU Wanted many built-ins acre 4 Opportunities HEW pay. or sel
and used chain lawn 3 4I. Cell 374-054

II ScBMla UatraeUemla U Oat at Tevai Frepertj APARTMENTS BEER Tavern sale mower edgerj tam IW, light 957 PONTIAC. Starchief red otrlgllt.. after
Listing good convertible -
48 Bailees FrepertieaII GLADYS SMITH Member Multiple fo din .. Wisconsin, Briggs
Maiie. Daaetaf.M N. E. 1st St. Phone 37'-2<<1 S57 business. Call FR 2- 347 cu. In. 4-brrel. '
Waited iBstnettea BesMeaUal lae..* j 135 per month uGainesile's 6 & new and used 57 CHEVIOLT 2-door 6 cyl-
9154.SERVICE. Straton. m
4! Pars A Larsaga REALTOR Aria T. Smith Realtor Finest sales service. Good college car. $300. Phone FR In"p. original paint $55 Phone

EMPLOYMENT 11 Colored, Property Sales 1m W. University 372533 Mabel Gore Associate station with beer and ,I Meyers Powr In. 23fl NE 4-3479. 372- & .

II W.rk Waste M... Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes Lovely' 1 and 2 wine iness.package .lces.. Good town.bus 16th Av. .no 376-3411. BEST Bid gets a dependable 1953 )963DDGE DART. air cond .

If Werk Waa'.d rtmal RENTALS Virginia PowerJWK FREDARNOLD mete 3 NE t bro. lpr Call anytime after I 372- SEWING MACHINE Pontiac. Radio fc Heater. 4exceilent rdi It heater manual .hlft
.m Phone
V& tires and Is a 2 owner ww. underrating perfect.
H Sales Bel* WasiSiIs U Catered property Rentals ,6 .32 1964 Automatic twin needle tig zag 119S

.. ,-M.l* .r r...le 41
U Male Help Wa.t 4U 42 F.nUk*. Apt*. private bath entrance fur hot a, service stations. Excellent opportunity 1.overcast Ipplqu. a e t In '40 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent

Dra.aU. I* Cnhratihta Apia. cold water an. $58 mo. FR 2- for e man with moderate fancy etc. cond. one owner many extra. 87 Automobiles Winter

Faasal Htlp W..U4 41 B...** fr Bent Farm.It 372-8404 __.!704 or FR 2-99. capital to be e very successful $6 per month. Balance' $72. Mlkell's Priced right. Call FR 4-7824.

fuses for Beat Cnftrm.IS business man. Call John BaldWin Sewing Machine Service Co CAR WANTED. .U -S4 f-orflj
FARMS fr LIVESTOCK ..*.. fr Beat ECONOMICAL living In 1.300 square REALTORIMMACULATE Across bdr apartment. FR 60.ALACHUA 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1 au. '43 OLDS F-S5 101de Excellent 6 Chevrolet A Hend Service -
-- feet. plus carport and storage fro c.mpS. Ccv- FOR See- University Station, ,
it TLtm E.I... > aa HI.J RB Only 11.900.00 with low down pies only. call FR detls. Hardware Co. for sale SALE: 1 new Crane Lavatory condition. __
21 rt rruiu (1 Mite. Rentals Phone 462-1201 or 462-m. Bergundy Red) $30. Matching City Bnk.
28 LlTcsUek stppllaeJ SU Wasted T. Real possible. Two bedrooms. Commode $25, buy both for $45. '43 PONTIAC Grand Prix 2-dr.
LiaaseaplBf Tap Sell U Bar4era Wanted huge Florida room. kitchen 35 FOOT two bClro trailer. I GROCERY Store for sale. Doing Phone 376-27. hardtop fully equipped. Air Value Rated
equipment in this liveable lovable Interested con
Included In J Move right call
Se-ppllea U Offie Desk price. business. Reason clean.
50 Pets SpaceM 6 good for low mileage, extra

51 Llfciteck WastidPINANCIAI. Bulnei BcnUU OUTSTANDING beautiful residential four bedroom area.houseIn Central 3 hade bedroom trees home on exquisitely situated among landscaped WILL share atudent.apartment with gradbate selling Ave. FR leaving 4-1482 town.from 51 7* I.m.SW 5th to ONE Blue of Lustre the finer carpet things and in upholstery life ditoned.C.I 372-52'. Used Cars

SERVICE heat nice and air conditioning; room with lot. fireplace.Tremendous 115500.Florida No $44 1123 N. fv.rhlng Inil.. 7 p.m. shampooer cleaner.si. McDaniell Rent electric Furn.Co 954 owner FORD excellent Fairlane condio ooor.for ont. B&G MOTOR CO.
many features and 10-G.
61 Bailaei* OpFt5fllt1i 23 Special Service luxury qualifying. MONEY MAKER, New business. .. Gainesville Shopping 377-1701 afer .M.
"7 Missy t. l... IS B... ImprcTcment appointments.alon.DELIGHTFUL. Brick construc. WANTED working woman to live in Good location near Shopping 2 pieces If CHEVROLET Belair Cadillac .OUsmebile
Sa lfrtite 14 Kadi TT Benlc TASTEFULAirconditioned and share expenses with same. Cenler. convrtibe 2001 NW 13th St.
aa Missy ffaaUi 23 Appliance Furniture three bedroom homeIn Phone FR a reduC pri. for quick sale. all power g
NE. convenient to school. Well 3 bedroom 2 bath 612.ONE Cal Gladys Smith Realtor I One 54" x- ing town sell. Phone ".
home In Skyline Heights. Excel. bedroom house trailer W. 372-5393 22 -
landscaped corner lot with back on private yads. Home Beautiful Fur 2731.
lent kitchen with built-in range lot. Inquire at .
I yard fenced for children. Large oven. disposal and dishwasher. Place after P.M. 1 :940 WHITE Dodge Phoenix 4 dr. FOR THE CREC
35 Houses for Sole! 35 Houses for Sale comfortable house with a family Panelled Florida room charming 5'0 61 W.nt.c to Buy 30% DISCOUNT ON GLAZES hardtop excellent condit 1 a n.

room for only $14.00000. terrace. $22,000. for Rent Furn. Interested In urlmlc Classes power steering S. b.ke. $795. TIME .
WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR, LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- -7 Houle CASH for your useo appliances Mon.. wed, Open Ito down, balance per

till bath. living dining. kitchen. GLADYSSMITH wood S/D. LIttlewood Wcstwood EASY TO OWN TWO- BR furn. house, air condi- turlur. clothing, etc Call Wil 5 Close Thurs. 17. See at lOll SW 8th Ave. er FR 2-1411 I
Florida rooms chain link fence. section at Servic Center, Hlwthrn. CERAMICS 372-1672.
reasonable prices. All financing Is the key to this tloned call
2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR 4- Easy walking distance to church Rd 37-3' 2545 Univ. Ave. FR Of
improvements bath home Courtesy
paid. clean. 3 bedroom 2 school. & shopping center. 6S 1941 VW deluxe sedan.estra clean.

417*. PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. in the Northwest. Owner will pay 4628 or FR 64913 62 Machinery fr Tools 357 mag. 15. Colt buntline $55; new engine. many extras. $1090 University Chevrolet
Spacious three bedroom. two bathhouse all loan costs Only $450 down .25 auto. Phone 372-6178.
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. 372-5393 with panelled family room. and $83 per month. Drive by 1645 2 bedrooms. CB.. house, fur. on I Call N. Main St. at 16th Avt.VOLKSWAGEN.
fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio N.W. 34th Place today. Swan Lake. "5 Mo. Also Small 2 ROW Allis Chamblis tractor. 1 CRIB 4 mattress. $15; clothes chest. I
fenced yard near elementary 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy built 'In kitchen. central heat.. 1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- turn plow. Disk cultivating out $10; lump horse $5; bounce seat

(unlor hloh% schools Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary two car enclosed garage. Vacant 4 BEDROOMSCentral 1352 or GR 552 Melrose. fit. $800. See at Rt. 1. Box 319 13; sterilizer 12 bottles $5. I
enddpo living. This architect- BOW. Owner will consider carrier $2,
3 BR, 1 bath, FR 6-27721. H. H. Thomas baby play pen pad I
$500 down. It you qualify FHA. designed home features modern your offer or will rent month I heating and air conditionIng LAKE WINNOTT 4 rm.. 152.5 $2; 2 metal bunk beds no mat MELTON

See at *25 N. E. 20th Ave. kitchen with Mexican tile counter. to month at $175.00. for family comfort. 2 gleaming per mo. including elecriity. tr.ue $10; air cooler t stand.
Screened courtyard entry court. baths bright kitchen fireplace (suit couple). C. Horwllz mlel 64 Household Goods ; gal. aquarium completea

and porch. Living room with 30 J.w.KIRKPATRICK. In living room and 2 car So. of Melrose on \ stand $45; set of women's golf

foot stone fireplace wall. Separate garags. N. W. location. 27300. CAMPVILLE. nicely' furn. 1 BR THREE pieces matched juvenile clubs 8 bag $35; Polaroid Clm MOTORS

M dining room. Many built-Ins and house. Students couple. furniture S.poe ery old but works $20; picnic
bookshelves.' This is a home to REALTOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 481-2178. o $45. 3766819.PIANO table & 2 benches $20, wooden 703 N. Main St.

be cherished. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 3 bedrooms 2 baths with many features table & 4 chairs $tO; 527 NE
SEPTEMBER 1st ASSOCIATESFloye that you only find in more TWO bedroom house on Lake Santa $ ; Kenmore elec. range 12th SI. Phone 372-0574.- FR 6-7571

Will find your family In this GLADYS.SMITH Mathiasen Irene Bunnelt expensive residences. Comfortable Fe. private pie and boat. 1 $"; Sofa bed 8. rocker set $35; IT. PAT'S sir a a. 10 shirts size MILLERjV)

charming 3 br. 2 bath C.B. Capt. A. w. Reece USN. Ret. screened porch and attached car- per mo. I ..3.1. Bathinette S9i car bed $3; baby 4 lumpers. PEDESTAL table I 4 BROWN
home when school starts beautiful REALTOR Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin port. Inquire about the home for 3523. recliner $2. 3744881.WHITE fibrglas chairs. S30. 1524 N. E. '

Ig lot. carport Price reduced. sale on S. W. 4th Place for $l',000. 3 Br.. liv. Rm., din. rm. kit.. !. gold formica dinette & 12h Ter.PIECE GAINESVILLEAUTO 1030 E. Unir. 'tile 0.1'

like new. Immediate: occupancy MCKINNEY 3 porches. $75 Mo. In Mclntosh. 6 chairs $35. 514 NW 31st Lane. 5 dinette set. Call 376- FR
Littlewood! Westwood area. ARNOLDREALTY 1 Blk. W. Of 441. 18 Ml. S. of G'Ville. 372.7305. 15. SALES 1.351 -
Check These GREEN 31221. 5589 or come by NE 23rd I

COMFORTIn T.V.. 24" Consle. excellent condi- Blvd. I 1007 N. Main St.

this 3 br C.B. home conveniently 2224 N. E. 7th Street-3 or 4 bed. DEATONREALTORS Listing COMPANYMuitipis Member fOR; RENT by owner 3 BR house tion. perfectly. Dan Heiman. Phone FR 2.6313
furn. No Children or pets. Permanent FR 27191.TAG PRICES SLASHED
located screened porch painted AUGUST
room :3 bath home freshly I2l' W. Unlv Ave. 3723522 residents. Northccntrol Florida'sLargest
No window
nice lot. $10,900. good terms. Drive REDUCED TO $15.250. SMALL HOME OF DISTINCTION Jane Caldwell Pete Sieg pers. shp APPLIANCES 0" all types of office equipment.Less .
per mo.
past 915 N.W. 12 Ave. DOWN PAYMENTI F. W. Hodge SO C'I than wholesale. New used
Jim Sheppard 3451 Tested and Guaranteed
Yes this elegant new home Is o 1009 NE Ave.
Charlie Mayo and rebuilt electric and manual Dealer CLEARANCE
Bob Kalkman Refrigerators
LUXURYIn I N.W. 36 St. 3 bedroom M construction one of real character design- quality-and Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard 2 BR. house $30 per month. See 4 Ranges fro I up up adding mchins tpwrites Inpndent

living In this Ocala block redwood bath home. ONLY 813.750 with. its location Is-most unique desirable. Its !Im Yarbreng, Melroae, fla. 17 from SUP cash reglsles; '59 BUICK
white Washer
custom built home. Ig swimming $450 DOWN. LARGE rustic house. 200 ft. Of from $49 up check writers of all makes; like
features and furnishingsare
pool. 3 br. 2 bath. Cent. eye catching Its formalalld sand beach on Lake Swan at 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 2 Food Freezers fro$9* up new. $20 and up. Terms can be Convertible
ht. over 3000 sq. ft. of living LAKE FRONT ESTATE on beautiful living area I I. I Melrese. Phone 475-5111. 2 Dishwashers up arranged. Will take trade-ins. University TROPICALPONTIAC
area. est. lawn with sprinkling Biven's Arm lust outside 2Vi baths city dream just give us the pleasure QUALIFYING 2 Br., iiv. rm., din. rm.. kit. 417 10 TV Sets from $35 up OfC Equipment at F '62 CHEVROLET
limits. 4 bedrooms. NO
system. all fenced. call Mary of showing you this beautiful SE 1st Ave. $55 Mo. Call McKinney JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. a. E PROTECTOI COMPANY -

Moeller FR4471.. fireplace tioning and central many heat.other air desirable condi. home with 3 B.R. 2V* colorful 1 tlo Bit'fenced 1 bath back hardwood yard. floors swing pa-setA Green Realtors. FR 2- 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-S 0943 or. 2727 FR 22105.. 6h FR 2- 4 door H/T

features. CALL US TO SEE THIS baths living and Dining room lawn furniture partly air cond.. 3617. FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30
DESIGNEDDrive Large paneled open beam ceiling HAY FOR MOWING approxImately 302 N.W. 8th Ave. '
EXCEPTIONAL HOMEI (450 down. MS per mo. 527 NE THREE bedrooms din. rm.. gal. with gas heater attached also 61 CHEVROLET
8th Av,. 5 Fla. rm. with fireplace A fam iso butane tank. Complete 11 acres Bahia & Pan- 2-2583
past 510 N.E. Uth St. Phone 372-0574. ily rm.. patio. Good location, gal. gas FR I
br 2 bath. Cent air t heat. Price HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom kitchen that has everything and close with gauges 2 crane shallow gala Hay. Owner wants 25 pet. 4 door
reduced. Make offer. home with 2 sleeping porches located then we believe you would be. RESIDENCE for sale by owner. established to shopping center. Phone well pumps. Inquire Lewis of hay cut A baled. Ph. 37210after
convinced of Its value ..IlIS neighborhood.
ONLY appeal city 3726. S P.M. i
It 214 N. E. 5 Ave. Jewelry Co. '61
ONE ACREWith $'',000 with S1200 DOWN for real living. Call FR 2- Maintenance free. Rock with exterior 2 BR, 1 bath house for rent. $60month. AIR CONDITIONER for .ale.! .6O0 CHEVROLE
3417 for appointment. well landscaped yard opensouth ONE 40" Electric range excellent
cozy coit o.. W of Town good LOVELY 3 bedroom. W bath split porch. 3 BR. 8. glassed 372.693. condition. Phone FR 2.153 for In. BTU, 200 Volt, I FRbI. BARKLEYMOTORS i

terms. $450000INVESTMENT level masonry home located In the MUST SELLIf sleeping porch. See at 434 NE 7 ROOM 2 story. 3 BR 1M baths. formation. 0684 Excellent before condition.5. Call -
N. W. section 'lust Inside the you believe In being lucky this 9th Ave. Phone Jacksonville $ per m. Garage. 555 NE 40" ADMIRAL elec. range, new. 62 COMET
t 4445 after 6 P.M. 7th Ave. GR lik I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale
city limits. ONLY $15,250 with $700 might be your chance This SS03.Delightful $80. Call 372-6081. after 5 P.M.

With established Income DOWN I IJohn fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central BY OWNER 410 NE 13th Ave.. ;I I Large house for rent.N. ELEC. stove $15; gas stove. $25i; Work perfectly.' Will sacrifice at I '61 COMET
1504 N.W. 4th St. BarBQ 1214 NW
heated 2 yr. old home must be BR. 2 baths large living room., W. location. Fordyce & Ass full top station wagon carrier, "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
15 S.W. 3rd Ave. Merrill 5th Ave. 372292. I
sold Owner wilt consider a complete .
separate dining room. cia'es. Inc. Realtors. 926 W. $15; sm. space heater stand '
1602 N W. 1st Ave. reasonable offer under Its present laundry In separate room. large Univ. 376-123. tank $15. NEED a second TV? I havt THE NAME" 62 METEOR
412 S.E. 2nd St. Realtor FHA value of $17.250 locate swimming pool. central heat I, 2 houses unfurnished May 37'-2693 area's largest selection 2201 N. Mom .
824 S.!. 5th Ave. In Madison Park Good cond! partly air conditioned. Lot 175 5 I be seen behind Copelands Service NEW furniture at wholesale pric.es TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance FR '63 COMET
MARY MOELLER MULTIPLE LISTING tlon Act now Drive by 3202 375' Will consider trading for Income station. 495-2483. On Willis- Birch dining table $45; walnut : KIRKLAND RADIO & 2.437
PHONE FR 2-1494 call for J. R. Crane. owner ton buffet $88 table lamps. $15:
N W. 22nd Place and an property. Highway. TV. Hawthorne Rd.. across from '
REALTOR ASSOCIATES appointment before you buy 372-3632. THREE bedrooms dining chairs $12.1 & $25; 3., Gainesville Drive-In. 63 COMET
MARCELLA PARDIW. draperies carpet $ & 26"
FR. 2.3617.ATTRACTIVE. bkshevle.
1019 W. University FR -4471 H. BUCKHANNAM 3 BR 1 bath. CCB. carpOrt. otil stove & refrigerator. Clean $5* glass & ceramic LARGE oak desk with swivel chair Convertible

ASSOCIATES BUYS rm., patio. Payments miles$6t.7S Iron pea nice yard close to town and tile $1 sq. ft. GADDUM IN.TERIORS. needs refinishing. $30. 3841 N.W. 1964
Moelter Fester Kesler ADVERTISE IN THE mo. Balance 8268. 3 shopping area. 506 NE 2nd St. NW 3rd Ave. Phone 3727535 afte MONTEREY
F. W. 63
Durbln Sharon Grant SERVICE DIRECTORY A\3 B.R. 1 bath home S40C Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376- $100 mo Key at McDanlell Furniture 1 1Ave.. .
Dick down payment and a 3 B.R. 2 "15. Co. in Gainesville PORTABLE dishwasher 1959 Ken:

bath home with good financing HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR. 2 baths, ping Center. Shop more. Excellent condition. $75 70 Boats Marine Equip. '60 DODGE
Both in N.W. area. Call FR 2. livIng -- Phone FR 6-5890 to See. -
3617. Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet 2 br In country. $70.00

ASSOCIATESJ. room. air condition. Phoni I 3 br, 2 bath split level furnished COUCH. chairs & end tables. $22. 12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat, use FORD '61 FALCON

COLOREDRENTALS Fred Guy Jayna Butterworth 3725347 or 3722080. N.W. $10 per mo. Dinette set $10. Phone 372-4453 than 1 year $100. I

Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire REAL NICE 2 BR. or can be usei:I 3 br. 2 bath Cent air t ht $130. BEDROOM SUITE. matched walnut I- 27101. '60 FALCON
Multiple Listing BR house 'In excellent loca per mo.MARY-
as 25
lot Drexel Profile. 2 dressers. h.p. Johns outboard motor I
tlon. 'Nice corner : first $' > Phone 372.2< 9.
chest-on-chest. night table, twi
REDFRANKSREALESTATE with garage. Total price $11.500 MOELLER REALTOR '63 FORD
FHA financing available. Pnoni I 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 beds w/built-ln bench at fool CLEARANCE
owner 3727401. Sacrifice $85. FR 25578. 72 Office Equipment Golaxie Air
2 Bedroom. kitchen equipped. 1 I

SWIMMING POOL, erend 2 BR. CCB carport screened pOrct 5. pace heater, garage. Adults ROSE sofobed and choir. like I UNDERWOOD standard size typewriter '
BRAND NEW DUPLEXES porch & Florida room, big lot near school air conditioner. stove enly. $45 Mo. 20 S. 26 SE >th St. new $40. FR 68484. old but good shape. 515 61 FORD
In a grove of tall live oaks, central refrigerator. washing machine FR 6-5724 for info. ; gets tt. Lew Lester GamesvillSun I Pickup
heat a. Central alrcondltion- hardwood floors. FHA approved. SALE
NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION' \, UNF. cottage. 4-room frame. Gas REFRIGERATOR $35. bob)I' Display Ad Dept.
Ing all add up to make this 3760463: days. after 4 P.M. 376-
home with stove circulating heater Venetian bed with mattress $15 Ph. '
built for low blnCls. 2 3768690. 52
built-in kit. and scrln Prch.
OWNER LEAVING 3 BR 2 bath $55 .
maintenance lust about the uitl- Avil. On al types of office equIpment Pickup
fenced In back yard. $350 down
mate for IDEAL FLORIDA LIV &. assume' FHA mortgage 200:2 4'0. 66 Misc .For Sal. and rebuilt than wholesale.electric and manual Utility Body
ING. Can be bought with reasonably
j N I 16th T>r. or call 374-2293. TWO BR. 1 bath stone and concrete adding machines
low down payment .. assume typewri'ers
house. Freshly painted FENCE. 120 ft. woven picke' cash registers; ; '59 OLDS
existing monthly financing payment. 39 Out of Town Property Walls Inlaid oak floors. Ig. shady fence 3 in. high. posts tncluded check writers of all mIke like I
yard. No children or pets. ; $ Phone 376-2190. new. $20 and up.
MAKE AN OFFER on equity. 321 S. E. 1st St. Call b. '58 OLDS
Call 374-0117. LIQUIDATING properties Hig FR303. LEFT IN AN ESTATE arranged. Will take trade-Ins.
Springs Area from$5.000 to $25OOP ,. MOST Itracive. rusTic 2 bedroom Excellent condition. '64 Model versify Office Equipment at F &

J $1500 DOWN i Approx. $145 per mo. Terms pr Trade. 454-1978 lage spacious rooms. swing needle. Zig lag.DlllMatIc & C CHECK PROTECTOR COM. '53 PLYMOUTH

inct. taxes Ins. buys modern unfur. or partly furn. $60 mOo sewing machine DOl al PANY. 2727 N.W. ath St. FR 2. I

3 BR. 2 bath Central heat a, 40 Builneit Properties roomy 1 & 2 bedroom the fancy stitches hole 0943 or FR 22105. STATION WAGONCRANE

alrcendltlonlng. built-in kit. Inct. apartments avail furn. or un- sews on buttons. Monograms. Ap

dishwasher. Walking distance ".000 square feel business or man furn., $40 1 S mo. Melrose pliques. blind hems etc. Pay of: KEETER i

LITTLEWOOD 1 WESTWOOD facturlng lot. Highway and railroad _phone GR 5 balance of $ 2.S0 or assum. 73 Musical Merchandise

SCHOOLS. frontage. J. W. KlrkpatricApfncy I SUBURBAN 2 bedrooms monthly payments to suit. Cal

31 N. Mam FR 2-84fr L Ing room. living room sleep 3727680. Mr. Bennett. Unitec ONE Ludwig s"aredrum. excell- .
DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & check room. Large yard. hear Cini/lO. Sewing Center. ent condition. Call FR itM. 238 W. University i LINCOLN MERCURY

ITPLa to the Inspect outside then this call EXCEPTIONAL us for appt. 41 Residential Income Rent $45. FR 6529. Thor Multi Matlc Air Tool kit. SPINET piano for sale. Good Bar. 516 South Main St.

Makes 7 tools, all Ii driven gain with terms will
HOUSE for rent $35 ,
2 Bedrooms Stove Ttoed with light and fan one owner features.home.Alrcondltlontng.Walk Many sanexpooled 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- per mo No calls ullfurlllsh.Ifer : P. Carrying case & quick dlsconnec' Phone FR 2-4S44- after 7:0 c.lve.. Phone FR 6.5371 I FR 6-2425

i Double compartment sink mining rental property. 200 f1 1 1frontage. Phone 3764827.UNFURNISHED. hoses. $50 F R 6-2377. II
., Large living dining area to METCALF.. HOWARD WILL transfer to responsible party I m
.i Masonery Construction Venetian Blind BISHOP' or ST. PATRICK'S :300 block N.E. 3r I 2 home. ATTIC SALE 1 day onlY. Wed, choice of four spinet or console
Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills"' SCHOOLS. AS little as $1.000 Ave. Will tell together or sept! $110 per mo. bro 5, 2216 NW 4th Place pianos. Pick up paymenls If Wur. --- -- J 8.
S, Tiled tub and showers S Large 'lawn with grass and down will handle 1 low monthly rete I.,. 311 N.C. 3rd Ave.' FR ::u. 376-746. Many items Include small appliances Iitzer Spinet Piano trade back

., Large double sliding door shrubbery payment. Total price $14,500 "5'1. LARGE 3 BR, 1V bath air cond. tOYs. books. china. pic, save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with

L closets Insulated Attic Call 174-2927 or )76-011'. fence yard comer lot partially Hires, linens. bncabrac etc, sun & motion, pick up pay
Linen Closets S Close to school end bus stop 42 Fermi fr o4C,..,. frn. $130 mo. Option to buy we have a piano to fit CLEARANCE SALE
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Real. Formica top X 20" boards to r
do ur selfers $1. Kiddie
TO BLIND YOUR FURNISHINGS. tor.. Myrtle Lasslter. Associate.Wm. Associate.. CLAY COUNTY 20 Acres e; Sept: Uth. clean 3 end table. Kitchen bin or board T 702 W. Univ. Ave. 374-0031.

cell 372-5321 or 327-5322 E. "Bill" Harris. Lake Bundy only $5.0CO wit t BR. house at 515 NW 36th Ave. Gainesville Auto Top Shop. USED
I For ..(.ointment 7 NE lit St. Phone 174-OS17 terms. OILCHRIST COUNTY Call 372-88. upright piano go 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s

Rest 374-2917 or 3727943 Eve. I 300 ft. 36-inch fencing 2 34 condition. FR 22178.j .
39 high dry land onl' wire
ltd ta northeast lith terrace turn left 1 block. acres I' 3 BR. 2 baths house.
t rake northeast ave. Week-ends by appt. $2.200 cash. COLUMBIA COUNT1 I' family room inch steel gates and CONVERTIBLES SEDANS WAGONS
Member Multiple LIsting -20 acres on Olu.,.. Creek large corner lot. 2 NW 13fh wood posts. $35. Phone 376-4264'. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
PI. I year lease, per mo. bet. p.m. Buy now for this fall. Many tochoose HARDTOPS
$2.000 w-tems. LEVY COUNTY. 59
from. Instant
Call FR 6-5746. -
49 acres near thriving, Chiefianc; One beautiful new wedding gow,it Gainesville Music Center
25 acres cleared older building:i' THREE bedroom 1 bath home for sale size 1-12 Fl
Contac 1023-25
W. Univ. Ave.
I! SERVICESHome on paved road only $8,800 cas h 3037 SW. Archer Road. Phone' ._.2-9935 evenings 37.521.

or terms has access tt lake FR 25633. LOSE WEIGHT safely with net; PRACTICE PIANOS

S. E. SAPP Rltr.. NEWBERRAppr. > Dex-A.Diet Tablets. Only 98 cent: Upright pianos, $95 and u I "Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE
ONE bedroom duplex newly paint
1100 Acres 15 min. fror vs ed. nicest in town for the money, 3 PER WEEK Canova Dru I Used spinet pianos, $495 and Ul,
City on paved rd. Lovely 3 b Use organs. $795 and ue
;; mo. anytime at 1958 N.W,: MUSIC FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
2 bath cent. ht & air. largely i iperm I I .
St.LRGE GOLF clubs with oag 150; Ma
And Business pasture. priced at $300 p tag wringer type washing m
I acre 1 story four bedro hou.1 chine $40 toaster, $3; and ele: FR 2.53.Automotive DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00
800 acres. 10 ml from city on goo d play room. ., din deep-fryer FR 4-6895.
paved rd $275. per acre. 151 1 rm.. kitchen combination 4 mi. I
I acres within 5 ml of town c f from town. Good yard for chil-: "GIVE AWAY PRICES TV YOUR PRICE $00000
paved rd.MARY dren. $125 mo. Call FR 2.26 yr. guarantee on picture tub .

Service Plumbing I : $39; refrigerators $25; 83 Motorcycles Scooters
Appraisal 2 BR house on Rd. semifurnished -
372I and chair $29; sofabed. $11
101 W. University' FR 6-44))n $65 m Phone
) new platform rockers. $12*.S.
REALTOR ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles Call Williams Service Cente,r, el. good transportation m MILE WARRANTY
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL. NEW & used fixtures Complete from city limits. Only $2200 Call i I room home. 2 BR. living room: Hawthorne Rd. 372337. price. Phone 372-441 after 4:*I 5 YEAR/50,000
plumbing service -BIG" JIM dining room 4> study. Bath upstairs
John Merrill. P.M.
Realtor. FR 2-1494.
SERVICE HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb. lavatory 307 QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. .
121* W UNIV AVE. PM 372-1522 _!Ing._FR. ,.15!'. 10 acres for sale $3.000 cash. 2V* SE 2 St. don"llr.. pets. Phone 481 2674. 1 963 YAMAHA Y-O- 3 250CC motor SEE THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT
mites from Sperry on Monteocha if necessary. J. R. cycle. Four 75 MPG am:
fur !
Bulldozing UpholsteryUPMGL Rd. U mile off pavement. Call Crane oer, 372.3632. XACTA CAMERA like newS 75 MPH. sp. and Cities ,I
FR 21787 for appointment only. half price. Call 3721693. extras. Excellent mechanical con

I SMALL bulldozer loader dump 49 Rooms Rent diti Call FR after J I
trucks fill dirt. lime roct. Top: you. furniture at 30 acres highway frontage. $4- Fe GAS range 30" Kenmore wilh 2-31 POOLE-GABLE
Mil Phoo> J7m. reasonable prices. Call Sally. 600. 30 acre farm & Citrus luxury features perfect condo I

Experienced. FR ....... 4248N grove completely equipped. $5,000 STUDENTS private entrance "5. Phone FR 6-23 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
W 13th Ter down. srmi-private bath $40 per month.
HOME REPAIRS CALL after p.m. ONLY. T-V antennas. $3 single stack 17
372.1 double stack $13.00 complete kit. iPEcrAL auto painting $2995. Automotive : AVE. PHONE 372-4343
FIX UP RemodelingDO Angle Real Estate FOR business man or student master Jim Vayles 419 NW 8th Ave. repairs and tune-up 119 S.E.

T.V., phone prL Miller & Sons, 732 N* 1st St
HOME repairing. carpentry. dry C. L Angle:Broker br etc CITIZEN RADIOSNew -
wall & plastering. painting. YOU NEED. lofku room. e. O. J. Angle. Associate entrlne. garage space BAD Phone 372 7915. -- -
372-7702 or 374-0107 tra room more room. roof work 4404 NW ir" St. 376-627 C'I 372-6310 or 4J1 after In S --
\. or maybe a complete new home? 431 after Complete FULLER'S FOTO sup1

For a free estimate & guaranteed I 43 Colored PropertyNew. NICE rooms. close in. single or 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR
I LandscapingLANDSCAPE work. phone Carl C double off street parking. Refrigerator 2-071 5 % & 5 % SALE
& Waters. :372-8049. REUPHOLSTERED 2 piece sec
Appliance Repair available. 531 I.E. 2nd
Qualty! Hugh Edwards built tlonaU bedroom suite.
Air Conditioning SERVICE EXPERIENCED CARPENTER home. Three bedrooms t bath. Place. m.uNICELY round .resrs.mahogany dining table

Grass.Sod-Oardn Main-Nursery Paint and repair Jobs( performed by As low as $43. per month with furnished room convenient with 4 reclining chairs.WIcker 1964 RAMBLERS

stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S carpenter who loves his trade. $2.000 down or wU arrange termsto t ttw and University prefer llves.8. 2 chairs and

NURSERY CALL FR 6-4907 suit buyer. Located 643 NE S SW. 10th St. other household Items. Nearly
A.I Landscape Co. i litn Street. Nil Furniture Shop. 3'6 NW itt 2 DOOR COST $ 1693
First In air conditioning and Appliance FR 4-2514 for free timat.. Hugh Edwards. Inc. PI I 6-591.
repair We sell guaranteed Sewing Machine Repair I Phone 376-771 Ave. 376 SEDAN plus 5 % 84
washers refrigerators etc. 51 Misc. RentalsLOT WE WANT TO buy late model used
Mortgage Broker I HOMES FOR SALE Exceptionally High
FR 4-027. iCALI.-$ *|KG MACIIINESER- 213 bedrooms. SE 14th St. S.7m rrirto
for rent for trailer. 100 180.
Heating Air condition and Refrigeration MORTGAGE MONEt VICE CO. SIS W. University Ave. Small down payment off Archer Read a WILSON'S n git EXCHANGE $1777DelYred
service. We repair any Ave. 374-1075. We repair all 157 to $45. "ad._ .
TA cent interest. Terms to monthly payments Month. Phone 372- FR
make or model. Special price on 2s vein.per -MA" Work fully 9\larantf'f'd. Also homes built on your lot 111 S.!. 1st Street Phone 6.

Window unit. Free estimates on BUY BUILD REFINANCECall ph. TRADE your to operate
with no down payment. 51-A Wentatl To ctl
Central heating and air conditioning. TELEVISION FR 2-4125. Ret ELECTRIC wltr heater and
372-1311 or 2-5001. 24 hour $48 a new glasslmed' GAS
service. Ask for Joe Teague_ Don Byrd Ph. 376.3875 NICE 1 bedroom furnished house fo Much more ho
PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. $1 43-1 COLORED RENTALS for Sept. 1st. Call anytime water heter.
FHA and conventional at lowest per Inch plus 810 to Install most P.M. 372-4671. "tl water at half the cost with

Auto Glass current rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special 1:0 OUR LP GAS PROPANE
I years. Will gladly discuss at no Reconditioned TVs from S*.,s. NOW RENTING WELL kept preferably modern 3 ARCHER 65111 With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

obligation. Call tomorrow. THE VARIETY STORE COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex b tmis h. Possible I V.
AUTO GLASS Is our only busk J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 1 SE. 1st Ave. apartments large living and Cllyto 3727173 ADVERTISE IN THE EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!

ness. Immediate Installation; 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-S494 4 Technician's with 84 years experience area modern kitchen with betwxn S 8. DIRECTORY
dining SERVICE
Add of 5 % Profit 5% Financing
tree pickup & delivery. en all makes. tan. Urge storage closets. terraz10 Home -
beauty S, value to your car.MAULDINS FRED B. ARNOLD baths. heat 52 Boarders Wanted
floors tile space
323 NW. 4th St
and MEN for
I Channel Antenna Kit $14.95 ties for washing machines room I brd plenty SUBLEASL
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE paved streets. See at N.E. 36th of hat water a o parkIrg -
Auto Equipment Ter. or can for appointment: 372- Dat. etra Phone FR Building at
42H4 N.W. 10th Ph. 372-3177
GLADYS and conventional Smith Realtor.loans. FHA Low _$321 or 172-5322. U 229 W. UNIV. AVL CO.

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt I rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1221 for Rent Office-Desk Next Door Florid
44 Cottages Slc
exchanged Repair kits tor W. Unlv. Ave. 372-5391 Sun Want Ads
Walker Jacks. Factory awtnorUd T.t.PHONE 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
renl. OFFICE space tor rent including
't Walker Hydraullr jack F. H. A. & ConY. Leans 5.MAIJLfurnsslsed cottage for -
Servlc Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE a. ASSOCIATES. INC suitable for couple. Moor Haven central heating air conditioning
I SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. REALTORS Get Results Park 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 3761164. l utilities and private parking ---

I Ma* FR 1-1497 914 W. Unlv. 274-1234 I lt. Ill SW Third 5t


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Gainesville Sun Tuesday August 25. 1954 .

How a Tough Armored Division Lost a 'Battle With Love' in Liberating ParisEDITOR'S

NOTE -= Twenty Pans chuckled. Paris I On Aug. 24, Pinsince and I 'eral Leclerc. He says we've shouting behind us, but he didn't tack came from Germans in raced for Rambouillet der. The group was taken under
years ago Paris was freed from laughed. And it was a full week shifted our search for an approach :got to turn back." shoot. He probably was afraidof civilian clothes. Others said it I I stopped at the hotel long guard to the Gare Montparnasse
the Germans, and the city went before the lovers could be to the southern side of We turned back toward hitting some of his own peo was the Milice the proGerman -,enough to write my story with for a formal surrender ceremony -
wild. Don Whitehead, two-time rounded up to man their tanks the city. And it was then we ran :Longjumeau.' And the fartherwe pIe.At police. Still others would 'AP columnist Hal Boyle doing while orders went out for the
Pulitzer Prize winner, was there and get back to the job of chasing -into a column of the 2nd Ar- drove the angrier I got. I the gate of Orleans, the say the French' Underground the editing for me. Then the story German garrison to quit the
now recalls the wonderful day the Germans.It mored lumbering toward the I:lad come all the way from the last pocket of resistance was simply had begun hunting down was handed to a courier who fight. Now the battle for Paris
when the French 2nd Armored was all part of the wild national highway leading to caches of Normandy looking knocked out and the column its own enemies. rushed it to the Press Wireless I.was ended.
Division took the city, only to be crazy mixed-up story of the liberation Paris from the south. An officer forward to this moment of entering drive into the city. As I passedthe Whoever it was, the shots II radio truck for censorship and
conquered itself, by les girls. of Paris which reachedits told us the column had orders to Paris only to have a gate of Orleans, I noted it were real and the bullets richo- 'for transmission to New York.In All night long Paris celebrated. -
climax on Aug. 25, 1944. drive into Paris. .French captain block the path. was 9:57 a.m. cheting from the tanks were The people! laughed and
By DON WHITEHEAD That was when the French di- I This was it. Pinsince. swung And how could you get a per- Men, women and children real. We jumped from the jeep Paris, Von Choltit waited sang. And their special heroes
Written for the Associated Press vision and the U.S. 4th Infantry our jeep into the column' and we mit from Leclerc when' he was poured into the streets to and lay in the gutter. Why it in staff the for Hotel the Meurice with his I were the men of the French 2nd
Even now it's hard to believe Division moved into Paris. The edged our way toward the point. at the head of the column? scream a welcome. Tears was I thought the few inches of inevitable surren- Armored Division.HOLLEY .

that the tender passion called' move was part of a plan agreed We were more certain that this Suddenly 1 told Pinsince to coursed down their cheeks. /MirKmtT.............ft tirQc...:. .anvr...uJ TrAf&tinn 1'"".........".. T I I
love could knock out a battle-II upon by the German garrison was the main thrust when we pull to the side of the road. All the emotions pent up dur- don't know and after a time the
hardened armored division in commander to save the city heard Leclerc himself was near "Let me under the wheel" I ing the long Nazi occupation exploded -absurdity of it struck me. I ,
the midst of a war. But it hap- from becoming a battleground the head of the column. said. "We're going into Paris in one great outburst. "This is a stupid thing to lie I CANDIDATE for GOVERNORCharles
pened. I saw it happen in Paris torn by shells and bombs. Just outside the town of and no captain is going to stopus. And then in the midst of this here like this," I said to Pin-;
just 20 years agog when that The liberation of Paris had Longjumeau about six miles ." joy came the ripping sound of since. "Let's get out of here." I R. Holley will speak at Gainesville High School Auditorium -
lovely city was liberated from been a certainty from the time from the city limits of Paris the We drove back down the high- 'machinegun fire and the sharp We got back into the jeep and: Tuesday August 25. at 8:15 P.M. The public is invited.
the Germans in World War II. Gen. Omar N. Bradley turned column was halted by fire froma way and again the captain crack of rifles. The crowds Mr. Holle* on attorney in St. Petersburg, a member of the Flori-
this odd German anti-tank position.The halt. As he 'screamed and for da House of Representatives and the Minority Leader has strong
The willing victim in Gen. George Patton and his waved us to stepped ran cover.I Mr. SandwichIs
Instance was the French 2nd Ar- tanks loose after the bold break long column ground to a from in front of the jeep and At the time we thought the convictions and faith in conservative principles. His quote is
mored Division. Les girls cap- out from the Normany beach- halt and in the growing dusk started to my side, I pushed my Germans had ambushed the col-,I! exemplary "I con, and will, use the full powers of the Governor's
Office to fight for our individual which have made this
tured it without firing a shot. head in the last days of July. there was mostly just the soundof foot down on the acceleratorand umn from the windows of the i rights

The division entered Paris a The next day-Sgt. Aridan Pin- the guns duelling. the jeep leaped ahead into buildings rising above us.'I COMING country great. Pd. pore Adv.
tough, lean outfit. Most of the since of Evanston Ill., called "They aren't going into Paris the column."We left the captain Frenchmen later swore the at .
dark I said to Pinsince. -- -
in the --- -
men had started their march for me at the Hotel Grand Ven- I- -
homeward in the desert of eux. He was a slender, dark- "Let's go back to Longjumeauand "
North Africa. They had fought haired young man and he was get something to eat. .. ..
with the British against Rom- 'bubbling with excitement over We were up at dawn and soon '

mel's Afrika Korps. They had the prospect of getting into Paris. the column was moving toward ... .--., 1 I'" .-... ----. ----......
from .
Paris. But not far Longju .
developed elan and esprit and I climbed into the jeep with, .. .' ; ..
meau a French captain steppedinto .. : : .
fighting him and set out to fora ,
all that goes into a good we probe : : .
the road and stopped us. ['' .
outfit. Yet within 24 hours after way into the magic city. It -THE REAL STORY \
Pinsince said "He no
: says
the division moved into Pans, it was Aug. 23. civilians into Paris with- : OF THE TORTOISE a l :
can go .
simply disintegrated. These There were rumors the Un- out a special permit from Gen- ND THE J-WU;_.d I ft'). It Sl/T GEORGE.. :
rl. : | .
trainedto sUtE"fiS
Frenchmen were never derground had risen in Paris }, = |M

resist women.Commanders and was battling the German I :.. ,. !,9 1)S I MEARO AR.LM .'..:
raged. The garrison troops of Gen. Dietrich : \ ----
Americans were flabbergasted. Von Choltitz. Other rumors I WE GOT :. :. .....,.. .... ...,.'If.. '"> :-
Orders were issued. But what had it the Germans had pulled : ; Lt1fT1 I THE TAIL ,:' :1 :
good is an order when there is out of the city and all we had to E ml :

no one around to listen to it? do was walk in. SO BIG .: y .
liberated the : : A .
Once Paris was '" \t, : ;
If the Germans had .' '
tank.crews simply walked away .. ,. .: "'"".:.:r' .\'\; : '5"- ,t .
had told the fI .
no one gunners 'CAUSE WE !. \ : ?} IK '
from their armor to join the guarding the approaches to Par- : ftrWl : : :
For long time it had CHARGE SO LITTLEr .. "" .., .. '., Iftl .,' r .\, --- .
a .
women. is from the west. They shot at _. __ f. ..' .V' .. .... ..
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been la Now is was 1 i ...., ,* 4r
guerre. -
everything that moved. rent a car from t I M 7 '
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l'omour. I At Rambouillet Gen. Leclerc ECONO-CM\\ : J:1 J'l'....,.._ I_ ; \ : .: I HI III?** :: I

'had promised correspondentsthat ffJc.t : : : :
,0.099 .
Beer Shortage if he received orders to go sru :. PUT A TIGER IN YOUR- TANK PUT A TIGER IN YOUR TANK! J. ... PUT A TIGER IN YOUR. TANK ....
into Paris, he would give them .. .. .. ..
notice so that they could accom- Gas, Oil. Insurance All Included ... .... '\..... _.4.-......... .....
Hits Moscow NO DROP CHARGETO '__....... ..... ....- y.. i ....M.M1. ,, .... .. .__
pany him. But when the order .. ..
MOSCOW (AP) It's sad but came, Leclerc slipped out of his OFFICE AT JAX MANOR AIRPORT MOTEL .' ,.,.. ( f :.. r YZ

true. There's a beer shortage in command post without telling Phone FR 63644Trusted ...

Moscow."P anyone. .;.. J' .
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eop 1 e are wandering .. .

around looking for beer," said a :: -F HFC FC HFCIF! -=: > t/
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reporter for the newspaper Mos ; ,

kovskaya What's breweries the Pravdo.trouble aren't? Moscow'sfour brewing from coast coast f !r:" .

enough and what is brewed isn't; -< '::0.............
all taken, says the paper. HFC reliable money service M. ,a
Beverages are sold at 9,500places '1? t
in Moscow but only 92 Household Finance has been helping

sell beer In addition to 105 beer all kinds of people solve every kind x.

wagons. of money problem since the year 1878. going to

What Moscow really needs And today, HFC is the oldest and largest 11j Tiger and ;
the paper adds Is 300 or 400 I company making Instalment cash in peo
stock beer.
stores that loans serving more than two million them the
;4, t .
customers every' year-through more power

furs Stolen than thirteen hundred offices from power for roar 4 E F r ; i'

coast to coast. You too can borrows ing performance. t t .
s =1 with confidence at HFC. Dfeanw h il'
extensive burglar alarm system y/
and a steel door in the back toy tiger, 15 inches long from wz, ,4;%

failed to prevent burglars steal- my whiskers to the tip of my # ,

ing nearly $50,000 in furs from a furry tail and guaranteed not "J.,1t1 tix
Connecticut Avenue store, the Borrow up to $600. Take up to 24 months to repayAsk to bite. I can't do a thing for A':- '.' : :eo t;
French Poodle. but children love '.:;;
about credit life insurance on loans at group rates your car, me. r
The broke into of-
burglars an Esso dealers displaying the toy '
fice above the store owned by ( ,', :
Mrs. Alvin Epstein. They cut a HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Th tiger sign will put me in your / ',.

hole through the ceiling of the toychest for only

shop, lowered themselves with a '
rope or rope ladder, and made 107 W. University Ave.. 2nd Floor ,.g .:
early Sunday with furs $9S ri xrv' '=3f..
away PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 :
valued by the owner at nearly .
$50,000. h... HFC __ HFC ttfC _' HF. tiFt Hfr

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If You Have A Room, Apartment .,

Or House to Rent

REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS

YOU MORE than the ad that will rentIt '

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Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU .

EVERY DAY until it is rented: ." :

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: TOY TIGER [ $3 Comparable only.00 value$1.98.- ]

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per days .

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day ........................................................................................ .. ......
.. $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day '. : -
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.: $60 pot mo. . $2.00 per day o entures .
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$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day | the C Children must be' 3
; displaying toy tiger sign accompanied by adult -
,$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day \-

$' ;'I-106: NW 13th Street 519 NW 10th Street -', 3325 University Avenue
$80 per mo. .. . $2.66 per day, .. /' r f i .

'f f 2106 SW 13th Street 2215 N. Main Street .- 1.75" Hwy.441 Alachua _
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day 'J.

; I 3829 SW 13th Street 3307 NW 13th Street US 41 & Hwy.441, High Springs,
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day #,. .
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\ $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day ? yr.-z- .. .... ,.
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