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 26, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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S. Florida in Path of CleoMIAMI F7, ,- .: cmpa : !. 750 I : '" :. \ J :.' Z'..' ,' 6\ ., ..18.

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stAtue WILI: ..
"(AP) Hurricane be ready for quick safety mea- Reconnaissance aircraft locat- During the time the hurricanewas Wlsl PoffrlBeoch 100 0 100 tOO 300ft .

Cleo boiled off the north coastof sures. ed the storm center at noon at over Cuba U.S. reconnaissance L Mres .. I I t t : .h,
of the 85-mile latitude 23.5 north, longitude aircraft were unable to fly Af 3D. LATITUDE -
Cuba today, regained 1 While the eye an Mioml BAHAMAS. a .. TRUE. .
79.5 west, about 160 miles south- into the storm. When it crossedthe -, .
strength rapidly and picked up hour storm was expected to'pass southeast of Miami. It was mov- northern coast of the Com- ., Nanalt', ", c
between the Florida coast 2 5
speed on a path toward the northwestward at 12 milesan munist island this morning, a t..;; ;. '';
ing o Son : .
and Bimini Island, 60 miles to Andos_ ., '" ., .
Florida east coast and the west- the forecasters said hour. sharp change in its forward f. V 'San .3 't.." $ ,;. .
east, onlya .
tern Bahama islands. The Miami Weather Bureau path was noted.A f : ';: W' > :
westward turn would
i The Miami Weather Bureau bring slight hurricane conditions to said winds would rise to gale more definite track, and a : .. .: .:; .,.. ", .. .:. -.'..
force in squalls in this area f
better idea of Cleo's strength, .
, placed the Florida coast fromI South Florida. .,.
this afternoon and would reach will be available when it has ; .
West Palm Beach southward to Cleo's top winds were expected : .
hurricane force tonight on Bi moved far enough from Cuba to ., 3 't, .
Key Largo on a full hurricane to wind up to 100 m.p.h 8ithe Bahamas 60 .' .T"fk lL J
mini Islands in the .
allow Navy hurricane hunter Isla Y '
of nea .
I watch and warned residents of storm Miami early + ..
passes '
Florida coast. ,
miles east of the .
penetration.Small ,, .>
this ,. >
this heavily populated area to evening. chief storm .: .
Gordon craft sailors, in south -' Grlct Inogaa Is.5onlioga .
forecaster at Miami, said the Florida and the Bahamas were

CASTRO SURVEYSHURRICANE eye of the hurricane probably warned to seek safe harbor as tiGran' tDysriQ4 ... ? < J .
I would pass east of Miami early the hurricane, with 64 dead in ::2 :

closer to Bimini than .
tomorrow, her wake, approached.The
DAMAGE the Florida coast. turn in direction took Key : 't: .,. A SonJ
Gradual intensification of the West, at the end of the Florida .,. ''''''''' "'" ''. ar ou rnca + .

storm was expected as it moved Keys, out of the danger zone as :. :\.f. PUE.TO. RICO
MIAMI Fidel Castro from the threatened .
(AP) areas by build- ; .
over the Florida the Navy base evacuated its .
Cuba's Hurricane Cleo, the radio said. .
I prime minister, has arrived ing energy from the warm sub- '' ..
in Santa Cruz del Sur, on He held a meeting with lead- tropical waters. (See CLEO on Page 2)) CLEO CROSSES CUBA, SWEEPS TOWARD FLORIDA
the south coast of Camaguey ers of the United Party of the
Province, to survey hurricane Socialist Revolution (PURS) and

damage, Havana Radio reported other groups to consider meas- Cloudy

today. ures to assist families living

Castro was accompanied by near the coast. (1llENEWSSTAND

Ernesto (Che) Guevara, his in- The newscast also said that (Details Pace 2)

dustries minister, and other gov- President Osvaldo Dorticos visited un

ernment officials, said the Santa Clara and other citiesin

broadcast heard in Miami. Las Villas Province to learnof

Castro was interested in the measures taken there in the
situation prevailing in the area face of the storm.

battered by gales and heavy The radio gave no reports of ONE WEEK DELIVERED DAILY AND 45c SUNDAY Vol. 89, No. 44 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1964
rains, and the persons evacuated dead or injured. HOME


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BoycottedBy V-P ,Choice

Miss. Bolt Dem Party Due Tonight


v .-'i'j $ Mississippi's delegation is Democrats turn from conven-
: boycotting the Democratic Na- JACKSON, Miss., Gov. Paul B. Johnson indicated Tuesday tion battles to the loud but

tional Convention, declaring it night that Mississippi is on the verge of a complete break with peaceful ritual tonight of acclaiming -

"did not leave the party it the National Democratic Party. President Jolinson: as

vE left us." The governor, a one-time party loyalist, directed Mississippi their nominee and hearing final-

The Alabama contingent Is delegates to walk out of the Democratic National Convention in ly his choice of a running mate.

A4y staying on, despite a ruling it Atlantic City rather than sign a loyalty oath as required by the All hands including Sen.

"' ,__. .... .._Wir._,.., ..._..<. ;,;,"'U.F'y.o,<,___ can't participate without signing Credentials Committee. Eugene J. McCarthy's pointed

,a party )oyjlty!! pledse. Although -"Th8 went television.here and to Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey,
-- *goxernor then "on said: .. _
The Candidat ra'iid the Press"Charles it got to itTfeet with.other'dero' "Mississippi's debt to the National Democratic Party" is: now.40< the bustling quick-talking party
whip in the Senate as the man
gations Tuesday night when in full and stand tonight-as state and
paid we a as a people as
Johnson wants for vice presI-
Holley, left, had the answers and reporters had the questions at yester- those who support the party members of an organized political group-absolutely free of all dent. IMcCarthy;

day's press (conference at the GOP governor hopeful's headquarters here. Alachua were asked to rise, National obligations, all old ties and all debts. We are absolutely free to

County Holley-for-Governor chairman Bill O'Neal, standing at right, and William Post Chairman John M. Bailey saidas take such action as we feel to be in the best interest of our who had been an-

a member of Holley's campaign staff at center, look on. (Sun photo by Eddie far as he was concerned the Governor Johnson's statements lent credence to reports that other favorite in the vice-presi
Alabamians still were not offi- dential derby, declared todJy'in
; Davis.) he would support Goldwater for president.
cial participants.As favor of Humphrey, a fellow

developments involving the _Following the governor's television appearance, former Gov. Minnesotan.

two Southern delegations tickedoff Ross R. Barnett issued a statement saying his predecessor had McCarthy sent a telegram to

fv' .HolJey[ ells Goals Tuesday night, hundreds of "formally and finally severed relations between Mississippi and Johnson this morning, acknowl-

supporters of the predominantlyNegro the National Democratic Party." edging he had been interestedfor

several weeks the but
Mississippi Freedom in job
(See MISS. on Page 2))
Democratic Party demonstratedat concluding:

the Convention Hall after "It is my opinion the qualifications -

Aims Fire at Burns only five of its delegates had that you have listed or
Washed Out Roads
gained entrance.By which you are said to have list

';',;' the time the session recessed ed as most desirable in the

some 30 of the Freedom man who would be vice presi-
JEAN CARVER ophy," Holley charged. istration and now has a debt
,. Sun Staff Writer Between.now and the Novem- record of over $360 million.He by Senator Humphrey.
(See SEATING on Page 2)) Troubling County
,-*"'.:'?. ber election, Holley said he also said Burns is mayor- "I wish therefore to recom-
: Ihtr ced "the
) .i as conserva- would of the
stress three
points: experience police commissioner city mend for your consid-
eV oice to audience of
an in state matters, per- with the second highest crime Clear By NORM LaCOE eration Senator Hubert H. Hum-
'' !? ut 125 here last night, Repub-
'. ....... \ican governor candidate Charles sonal and political integrity, rate in the country. Sun Staff WriterIf Additional County Com- phrey."
: and political philosophy. "This kind of experience the Sometime in the next few
'c Holley spent more than an the folks in Devonshire
... .. hour explaining why he should Holley noted that Jackson people of Florida cannot afford In DisorderlyCase mission stories on Page 15. hours, Johnson will one wayor
Hills subdivision wonder
another make
f ville's taxes have increased every Holley said. his .choice
be elected in November.
their roads are so terrible, it is
during Burns' admin- (See HOLLEY on Page 2)) known.
Bursts of applause met his HereCharges because they are private.If Devonshire Hills is just southof But no one professed in ad-
pledges for no new taxes, waste-
to know how
the Hawthorne'Road, with vance just or
they wonder what is goingto access -
ful appropriations and numer-
ous biting comments about his PRESS GETS DETAILSOF of disorderly conduct be done about it, the Ala- on SE 35th and 36th when.Delegates who eddied around
were dropped yesterday chua County Commission is Street.
Democrat opponent, Jacksonville in this football field-sized hall
against eight youths arrested wondering too. They have asked
Major Haydon Burns. HOLLEY'S PLATFORMHe The Devonshire road problem had gone through all of the
recently at a drive in restaurant Wayne Carlisle, county attor-
"This is the only candidate was one of several road characteristic motions of a
here. ney, to study the problem and
with in state
any experience," Alachua straddled a folding chair properly but should have intervened The youths had been arrested recommend action. (See ROADS on Page 2)) (See DEMS on Page 2))

County government campaign Holley's chairman Bill facing reporters and told them "a day or so sooner," by a private security guard
to "shoot." when violence got out or hand.
hired Restaurant
by Jerry's on
O'Neal told the audience at
Gainesville High School auditorium GOP gubernatorial candidate Integration is a social, SW 13th St. The guard has spe-
Charles Holley then proceded to not governmental problem.
cial the
"It's time for a change. power granted by cityto
launch a soup-to-nuts press con- Apportionment of the state make arrests.
Holley explained that some ference yesterday afternoon at legislature should be removed :
people have wondered "why the newly opened Holley head- from federal court jurisdiction City Attorney Osee Fagan, .
I'm still running since Hay- quarters on 2nd Avenue. and an amendment to the. who prosecutes the city's cases

don's, moving to Tallahasseenext Among other things, the Pin- U. S. Constitution should set the in Municipal Court, said he had

month" ellas County state representative guidelines for reapportionme n t made a thorough investigationof

The St. Petersburg state representative thinks: by setting up.one house's mem- the case, talked to the per-

challenged the con- He can save taxpayers $75 bership by population and the sons involved and to witnesses
servative label he -"id Burns to $100 million by trimmingstate other house by equal represen- and concluded he didn't have

has attracted.He appropriations, mostly a tation. enough evidence to support a

termed Burns "like the "whole series of small items." Holley criticized overlappi n g conviction.

President a wheeler dealer It is "not proper" to solicit .functions and duplications in Atty. William B. Watson Jr..

a professional office holder the Negro vote. state government for increasing spokesman for the restaurant, _

a political chameleon." Farris Bryant handled St. stated, "We sincerely regret the _

"He has no political philos- Augustine's racial problems costs.See PRESS on Page 2) (See CLEARED on Page 2)) y3- y

..;' (

I Poverty Bill Value Is Citeda -__rr _

,+ rw

By CLIFF CORMIERSun year on space research there

City Editor would be a lot of scientists and

Congressman D. R. (Billy) Rep. Matthews Says engineers out of work too. I

Matthews told an audience of believe this bill is just as important -

Rotarians yesterday why he voted ," Matthews said. 4R x a Ylt'
for President Lyndon B. Measure No GiveAwayon He said he didn't see why
=- ,
Johnson's anti poverty bill. the U. S. Supreme Court was -" s

Matthews said p o vel t y so insistent on reapportionmentof
among the disadvantaged millions of dollars to Ahoy There
people relief, he said. country state legislatures strictly on
in this country is being Matthews told the Rotariansat combat.He population when the federal sys-
handed down: from one gener- a luncheon speech at the said the $4.5 billion which tem also was imperfect. These neighborhood residents got out of their homes in the rain yesterday to warn

ation to another. Holiday Inn the Johnson bill the bill will cost is not a federal Matthews said the motorists after flooding rainwater ate a hole across the road near the home of
"Forty per cent of all those should help more than 140,000 giveaway and the states 'will oneman- John Creighton of 900 NW 43rd St. Holding a pocket flasher he used to warn approaching .
one-vote was
who are on relief in the United young people find employmentand decide on their own if they wantto principle in than any cars is Richard H. Reisinger, (right) of 4058 NW 12th Ave. Facing him

States are second generation this .will cut down on a participate. more adequate Congress across the new gully is his son, Dick, who helped him. In the background at left I

people whose parents also were crime wave that is costing the "If we didn't spend $5 billion (See ROTARY on Page 3) is Creighton.

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Viet-- Nam Rule More About Weather Roundup More About Give GENESYS; : !. :

PressFrom & SeatingFrom -

Still Up in Air Page 1 'AIU.."".. ::I B t- \\."" Page o 1 Registration. .Date'

He said he would launch his
': .0 \ _... section reserved for the Mississippi _. .. _" .. u. .. __
campaIgn against D e mocrat .. : The University of florida today class offerings this falL
:SAIGON Viet Nam AP with the leaders Burns from \. _. delegation, although only
( ) an arrangement Haydon on Monday ------ the announced registrat ion Classes through the GEN
Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh failed of student and Buddhist Okeechobee. Holley termed his B, C, E See lates advisory \J ..-.. two of entitled contesting group dates for students planning to. ESYS (Graduate Engineering

today to convince fellow mem- demonstrators was not even rive toward the governor's on Cleo. Partly cloudy r. were What to be on the floor. enroll in the first GENESYS Education System) programwill
bers of the ion in through Thursday with scattered S' happened was this:
ruling revolutionary discussed. man s Tallahassee a be conducted in four citiesin

military council that they Before the five-hour meeting "walking down the street campaign showers b e coming h1h1i % F The credentials committee recommended ObituariesLONNIE the East Central Florida ,ar-
0 : and the !
should quit politics to preventnew ." more numerous T h u r s- coO'o'ention < ea beginning September
broke student leaders threatened
riots. up, demonstrationsunless He said the significance of day. Low tonight 70s, high approved a compromise I 8. GENESYS Is designed to"pro-
in the
new mass proposal
"We are not even close to a initiating his-campaign from Thursday 83 to 92. Mostly \ I I Mississippi contest BROCK vide postgraduate, studies for
the military men returned which would
Okeechobee northeast 8 to 15 mile winds have seated Funeral services will be at
decision, said Lt. Gen. Tran population 2,947 I scientists and engineers in the
Thien Khlem, one of the most to fighting the war civilians., open in 1960 is his interec* in increasing to 10 to 20\ miles \ \ 1 4 the regular Mississippi delegates -2:30: p.m. tomorrow for Lonnie East Central Florida area as
the to
ing government
powerful officers on the 60-man all of the smaller communities per hour Thursday. H \ provided they signed a I B. Brock, 76, a retired merchant an extension of the University
Khanh called the situation se loyalty pledge, and which also
junta. in the state. who died yesterday following -
of Florida of
D See latest advisory Cleo. Party College Engi
Fresh bloodshed in the north rious. "The governor should be governor cloudy tonight with scattered show. IIIflUlS ..Jen would have seated as at-large an extended _illness. neering.Dr. .
Buddhist rioters thronged in becoming cloudy with. showers delegates two of the Negro! Mr.'Brock lived 944 SE 2nd
attended deepending of the political for the people throughout 'Ttlurs ay. Low tonight mid 70s high at
crisis that led Khanh to resign and around Da Nang, 380 miles the state, not just where large Thursday 15 mile winds in 80s.increasing Northeasterly to 15 to 25 to "! group. St. He was a member of the .. John L. Hummer director -

Tuesday as president, junk northeast of Saigon, for the numbers of people are concentrated -' miles per hour by Thursday. possIbly The regulars balked. In an angry Southside Baptist Church. of GENESYS, announced

a controversial constitution and third straight day .and South ," he explained.On F higher- See In latest showers.advisory Clea. Partly GAINESVILLE WEATHER statement drafted in a two- Rev. Vernon Ward and Rev. registration 'dates for the four

pledge a new deal for this Com Vietnamese troops intervenedfor other subjects Holley 1 I era cloudy becoming tonight more with scattered numeroushursday. show- Municipal Airport readings hour caucus, the Mississippi all- Lonnie Dobbs will officiate at areas to be served:. Wednes-

mun st-menaced republic.A the first time to check their said: Low tonight In mid los for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: white group said that never be- services at the Jones-Johnson day in Daytona Beach, ''Thurs-

source close to the junta antigovernment, anti Catholicand DEMOCRATS "I don't high to 20 Thursday mile winds 80s.increasing Northeasterly to 15 10 to High 94 at 4 p.m., low 71 at fore h ad a legally constituted Funeral Home Chapel. Burial day in Orlando Friday in Pat-

said the question of electing a anti-American demonstra know how many of my campaign 25 H.miles I -per All hour interests Thursday.should keep In 3 a.m. Rainfall 1.34 inches. delegation been required to sign will be in Chiefland Cemetery. rick Air Force Base and Saturday

new national leader part of tions. workers are Democrats, touch with Cleo. Pertly cloudy with ALMANAC such a loyalty pledge. Pallbearers will be: Frank in Melbourne.
scattered; showers. becoming cloudy Sunet today .. ,.......... 4:58
at least half are. I don't care with showers tonight and Thursday. Sunrise tomorrow ......... .<:04 p.m.a.m.Moonrlte They also protested that the Brock, Paul Brock, Dick Gar
Low tonight mid 70s, high Thursday tonight ............ ';26 p.m. would ner, Josh Garner Rex Ward I
More About how they're registered. In 80s. Northeasterly winds Increasing Last Quarter ................. Aug. 30 proposal seat an outside Gainesville Sun
GOLDWATER "s nator to 15 to 25 miles per hour this aftSirius the brightest star, with and Roy Stockman.
e rnoon, possibly higher In showers rises ............ ...... .... 3:47 a.m. pressure group no legal I
Goldwater and I agree on most J All Interests should keep In Above It Is the constellation of Orion claim to delegate status. Published evenings except
above Orion is the star. Aldebaran and Take Saturday, and Sunday morn-
things. He said they disagree touch with latest advisories and bulle- Three of the Training
DemsFrom tina Cleo. Gala warnings displayed above Aldebaran Is the planet. Jupiter regulars Doug o ings by the Gainesville Publishing
')n integration, since he feels Fort Lauderdale southward. Northeast- tVynn, Fred Berger and Randy Company pt 101 SE
On .
Page 1 Goldwater considers it a state 50 any miles 15 to per 30 mile hour winds in squalls possibly this up a to<- TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE H L PrepJacksonville Halladay signed the loyaltypledge Destroyer 2nd Place, Gainesville, Florida,
.......... and entered second class
responsibility to "step in. ernoon or tonight. Cloudy with show- 94 72 as
ers and occasional squalls. Low tonight Miami ................. 84 84 M and, after being given Some 21 members of a local I matter at the Post Office at
convention and now spokesmen said they might reconsider "This is an individual problemand 30, high Thursday in 80s. Tampa ................ 92 78 credentials, sat down in the drill unit are currently under-I Gainesville), Florida.CIRCULATION .
Democratic Atlanta ................
K All interests 84 67
I just don't think it is a should keep in I
were ready for the big show. I today. ouch with latest advisories anti bulleNew Orleans .......... 91 73 .10 Mississippi section. going two weeks of active train- RATES BY
governmental problem," Holley tins Clea. Gale warnings displayed' Boston................ 84 65 ing aboard the U. S. S. Soley, ;
They had adopted a platform ed. "It is social Sombrero Light northward. SmalJ I New York ............ .84 71 However after the first groupof I CARRIER! OR MAIL
the Republicans what-for, Highlights explai a prob- raft should remain In port. Cloudy Washington ............ 92 70 five Negroes arrived the a destroyer in the Atlantic I Week .45
giving 1cm." with showers and occasional squalls. Chicago............... 76 58 ocean. I Mot. $5.85
but carefully tailored to fitJohnson's Low tonight 80. high Thursday in 80s. Kansas City............ 74 62 three regulars arose and de I
prescription for a Of TheConvention Endorsing Gov. Farris Bry- Northeasterly 20.to 30 mile winds,, poSe Denver............... 83 60 parted. The men left here Aug. 16, All mail subscriptions must
ant's handling of racial mat- ibly up to 50 miles.per hour in squalls Ft. Worth ............. n 72 and be paid in advance.
in .
within which l In display area this afternoon or to .......... are drilling seamanship,
consensus party Los Angeles 16 64 Actually, only two of the
Member of Audit Bureau of
could! tens as "sound, Holley said night. Seattle ................ 67 U .07 shiphandling, engineering and Circulation.All .
Southern thathe feels the Florida Constitution MARINE FORECAST group-Aaron Henry of Clarks-
Northern liberals -. EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to CEDAR KEY TIDES emergency procedures.
dale and the
labor alongside Rev. E d winKing
establishes sheriffs not I material contained: herein\ Is
becoming northeasterly 10 to and
at 3:51 I.m. The
Thursday High ship will visit Halifax,
in the campaign vineyardfor ATLANTIC CITY N.Y. (AP) the as having 20 knots tonight or Thursday. Scat- 4:19: p.m. Low at 10:15 am., and 10:26 of Tougaloo were entitled the property of the, Gainesville
ered showers. Canada, during its The Publishing Company (c) 19M.
the President's election in -'The remaining schedule of the the prime responsibility of law p.m. to seats under the convene voyage. Reproduction In whole or In partIs
I Convention local unit I is commanded by strictly forbidden without the
November. Democratic National tion decision. .
enforcement. written permission ef the ubllther.L
5 Day ForecastTemperatures LCDR J. G. Grunwell.
They patched up a compromise = I EDUCATION "I am not a The Mississippi decision to = n .

nobody liked over the question WEDNESDAY believer in mass university education will average! 92. Normal minimum in the withdraw was announced by

of seating a Mississippi delegation Session convenes at 7:00 p.m., I don't believe all high one to three degrees below normaL 70s. Precipitation will be heavy, Jack Pittman of Hattiesburg."The .
not pledged to supportthe Eastern Standard Time. .school graduates in the state Normal maximum 83 to averaging three to five inches. Mississippi Democratic /1I .
Invocation, the Rev. Leland J. -- --- --- delegation did not leave the
national ticket. are entitled to four years of college par-
Five members of the predominantly -Stark, president, New Jersey at taxpayer's expend.; More ty it left us," he said. ,

Negro Mississippi Freedom Council of Churches. He said he favors "quality One delegate, who declined to Best ,
Democratic Party gained Presentation of colors. education," vocational tduca- AboutRoads give his name, said he intendsto

entrance to the hall and sat Pledge of allegiance, Gov. tion programs and the nrnimumoundation return to Mississippi and support Place

down in the all-but-empty seats Jack M. Campbell of New Mexi program with the Sen. Barry Goldwater the

under the state's banner, where CO.National local community prcvid ing Republican presidential nomi :. :.:
they weren't supposed to be. : Anthem, Mahalia "quality education." From Page 1 nee.Gov. To Buy

Promptly the only three members -Jackson. He noted that "quality educa- Paul Johnson said in %
Roll call of states for nomina- matters which came before the Bureau of Roads is
responsiblefor : Jackson
of the all-white regularswho tion varies from place to Miss., that under no School
tion for president. commission yesterday.Roy the roads.
with circumstance will he
had agreed to go along place. now sup.
Johnson and thus had been Balloting for presidential LEGISLATURE F'nrida's! Miller, county engineer, Jack Durrance, commissioner ., port President Johnson.

seated vanished in the crowd. nomination.Sen. legislature is divided on liberal told the commissioners the said the road departm The Freedom Democrats, In Supplies
Alabama delegates who had Gale W. McGee of conservative levels rather county may have to spend up should be asked to bring t he contesting for the seats con

refused to take the loyalty Wyoming introduces Senate than urban rural and if elected to $25,000 to rebuild and main- roads up to standards, before. tended that the regulars Intend.

pledge but had filled up the democratic Leader Mike Mansfield it will be through conservative ain minor access roads along the county will accept them for. ed to reconvene the state Demo- I

seats in that state's sector of Montana. Democratic support. Interstate 75. They were built maintenance. "An injustice has; cratic convention on Sept. 9 and CHESNUT OFFICE

shouted a loyalty yell when Film biography of President NEGROES Admitting he is by contractors and since have been done," he said. endorse Goldwater.The !

House Speaker John W. McCor- Johnson. making no effort so solicit Negro washed out. "Those roads were jus t regulars charged that the '
nomination CO.
Roll call of states for -
mack, who took over as the con for vice president. votes, Holley said he felt it Miller also told the commission thrown up," Miller said. He said: Freedom party was a rump j EQUIPMENT ,

vention's permanent chairman, was difficult to think in terms of rainfall has been exceptionally he had done all he could to get group, an outside pressure
Balloting for vice presidential "ethnic heavy this and has other and 105 W. University Avenue
asked for it. nomination. groups. year agencies to correct the group had absolutely no legal .

The Alabamians said this Acceptance speech by vice "I tell everyone the same caused many drainage and problem. right to represent the state Phone- FR 2-8421 ,

made them legal delegates. presidential nominee. I things," he explained. "I really maintenance problems. Edgar Johnson, commissioner party. !

Bailey said he knew nothing Benediction, the Rev. Price A. wouldn't know what to say (to Sidney Martin told the commission said the county should start I
Negroes as Negroes). I j jus t a Devonshire Hills resident the roads
about any such ;arrangement, Taylor Jr., bishop of the Methodist maintaining now. I Isare
adding that "they are not in the Church of the New Jerseyarea. guess it's because I grew up in James Willis, 1630 SE ; buck stops here," he '

convention." Since no roll calls the flatwoods where you didn't 37th St., had asked the countyto I'

seemed likely, nobody seemedto THURSDAY know what an ethnic gr o u p maintain his street. said.The commission decided to couifT2LVYI

care much who sat in the Alabama Session convenes at 8:15 p.m was." He said 12 to 15 families liven ask the state and federal agencies -

chairs. EST. Holley, a 40 year-old nativeof the subdivision. to correct the road prob-i

Skillful maneuvering kept the Invocation, the Rev. James A. Jacksonville and a graduateof Martin said he checked into em. If that fails, the county will i \\\

credentials fight off the convene Alupis, pastor, St. Nicholas the University of Florida Col. the matter, and found that no do the job.Miller !

tion floor, and there was no'Greek Orthodox church, New lege of Law, predicted that Ala.. bond was filed by the developer said rainfall so far this ;i ONLIQUORS

walkout to be recorded by tele. ark, N.J. chua County will favor h i mover and no plat ever record year already has exceeded the :

vision cameras. Presentation of colors. Burns but would r.ot fore. ed. Deeds list lots in the sub- normal annual rainfall in the

Outside the hall the Mississippi Pledge of allegiance, A. W. cast the margin.He division as being. in an unrecorded county. This explains why the I

Freedom Democratic Party Willis Jr., delegate from Memphis said he would make additional !- plat. county has had so many problems -:
I "here before, The commission referred the I !
delegates demonstrated on a Tenn. appearances with road washing and I

side street, television cameras' National Anthem, Enzio the November election. question to Carlisle, asking him flooding, he said. j "

and passersby catching their!Stuarti. what can be done to take care Miller told the commission I

activities.The :Memorial program, tribute to More AboutHolley of residents in the area and to the average annual rainfall isl 1

credentials committee, the late John F. Kennedy.Sen. i enforce the county subdivisionplat about 50 inches. To Aug. 19. 71''! Knowledgeable

headed by former Gov. David Henry M. Jackson of laws. inches fell at Forest Grove, 64.7!i ,

Lawrence of Pennsylvania, had I Washington introduces Atty. Miller told the commission the at Micanopy, 63 at Archer, 59.4 HOUSE GUESTS
'Gen. Robert F. Kennedy who in.
access road problem occurred i
obtained acceptance by the convention Thousand at Gainesville and 52.1 at La- EXPECTED ?
troduces film. "A
of Because when 1-75 was built, Crosse. i
on a voice vote a report 1
Days. many county roads were cut off. "We'll soon have the ro ads : OF .
that required the Mississippi -i Asst. Secretary of Labor From Page ]I
Access roads were built linking back in if there is
regulars, chosen under the Esther Peterson introduces Ambassador shape no I
of Gov. Paul Johnson I these dead ends to other are more inclement weather," Miller II
auspices Adlai E. Stevenson. Hinting that Burns would bea They'llexpect .
leries, so that residents could told the commission.In II STUART
to pledge support to the Johnson i. Tribute to the late Eleanor sectional governor, the Pin- .. 1 a .
get in and out. other road matters the:1
ticket before they could be seat- Roosevelt by Stevenson.Sen. ellas legislator said, "I guess :
"They were built so poorly, Commission
ed. Johnson announced in Mississippi :
Vance Hartke of Indiana I'm some kind of extremist, I .
Miller said, that have: : sr r 100 % Blended Scotch you
that under no circumstances -introduces James A. Farley. believe the governor of the many Appointed a &-.
would he the washed out and none were study a request by Alachua to : to
Tribute to former SpeakerSam .State of Florida should be governor it 86 PROOF IM
Johnson ticket, an outcome that Rayburn of Texas by Far of all the state," drawing maintained. open and grade northward the ; ntt serve
vas a surprise to no one. Martin questioned whetherthe communities main street.
ley.. applause from the audi-
The committee recommendedthat Resolution to departed Demo- ence. State Road Department, Went on record favoring I I Ia

the rival Freedom delega- crats by Mayor Robert F. Wag- He explained that he felt the :which built 1-75, or the Federal. reconstruction of State Road 26''. LzwDzDscoTt1g ms' 4.485th

tion be welcomed to.the hall and ner of New York.Acceptance governor should set a moral: from Orange Heights to Melrose I

that two of its leaders be seatedas speech, President tone for the state and provide More About and pledging to obtain !

delegates at large with votes Johnson. moral leadership. right of way. The present right IMPERIALFIVE

that would not be used becauseno Benediction, Dr. John Barclay Holley met with supportershere Miss. of way is 66 feet. The state, to:1: _
roll calls were in the offing. pastor First Christian yesterday afternoon and meet requirements for federal 'I 86 PROOF
The Freedom group rejected the church of Austin TeL at a fund raising dnner with funds needs 120 feet. The State : FLAGS

compromise but some of its Adjournment sine die.. more than 80 supporters beforehis From Page 1 Road Department said it is will- :

ing to rebuild SR 26 as a primary i $
More About speech. I "Now," Barnett said, "Mis- GIN 2.69 '
road if the obtains
Although the dinner at the county I $
sissippi and her sister states
Hotel Thomas was closed to reporters I the right of way. I. 59
can forget about working things
Cleo O'Neal released I Decided to quit claim a.
:. guest out within the party of our .
I portion of old road right-of-way: 5th
list.Guests fathers and begin to chart a
service road next 3 FOR $7.99
at the Holley dinner in- realistic of I alongside a
course political action -
From Page !I eluded Mr. and Mrs. Donald which will give our region I to lot 10, Mackey Hudson sur i

Butterworth, Mr. and Mrs. Her the voice it deserves in the vey. William Graham asked the: Surfsidc
planes and sent ships to sea to caster Gordon Dunn said the shel Haynes, Col. and Mrs.. P. councils of national :move. The service road runs' MacNaughton Col.
ride out the storm. I, switch might take the hurricaneeye W. Thompson, Albert Edgar, ment." 'south from Williston Cutoff just I Gin

Miamians made preparationsto closer to Bimini, Bahamas Mr. and Mrs. William Ewing, The Mississippi D e mocra- west of 1-75. Wayne Carlisle told : Canadian LEE

board up and rushed to stores island 60 miles east of the FlorIda -Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haley, .tic convention in recess. It is the commission the county has i

to lay in supplies of food and; coast 'than to Miami. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Feltham, to reconvene on Sept. 9 to decide -never accepted or used the

other necessities in the event of II Coming off the north coast of Mr. and Mrs. V. Q. McCoy, Dr. I a course of action in the strip. Miller said last week it Bourbon

a power loss. Cuba, over the warm waters of Irving Weintraub, Howard Hall.] I presidential election. will never be needed. V Vodka i

Cleo, with at least 64 dead in I the Florida Strait the hurricane Jim Stringfellow, Mr. and Mrs. Some leaders of the conven- I WHISKEY

her wake, moved off the north could quickly regain some of its John Kitchens, Mr. and Mrs. I tion have said the state should More AboutCleared I $

Cuba coast over the Florida lost power. Its winds, which hit Gordon Owen, Dr. and Mrs. either form its own Democratic -
3. 39
Straits shortly before 10 a. m. 140 miles an hour over Haiti, Harry Walker and Mr.. and I I Party or join the Republican

(EST). dropped to 75 over Cuba Mrs. William Frazer.Adjustment. 'Party. I Imported $2 69
Unable to hurricane hunter
get Reports from Cuba on the Governor Johnson
gave no '
planes into the storm over storm's position were not com Bd. hint as to which course, if either From Page 1 ; 5TH
Cuba forecasters
area were plete.
he would recommend. But
$4 49. 5th
uncertain how much the storm The Weather Bureau estima he said: entire incident. I or

bad weakened over the Island.' ed that the storm was centeredat Meet CancelledNext "1.1 Mississippians are to be The youths involved were: : 7.95
Radar scanning indicated that Ronald W/ Game, 1022 NW 16th!
8 .
a.m. (EST) near htitud outcasts of any political party
Cleo's highest winds had drop-' 22.3 north, lontigude 79 6 west. week's regular meeting because we oppose certain Ave., John B. Lovci, 3614 'W'13th 5th i pint 97
ped below hurricane force, probably -' This is 210 miles southeast of of the City Board of Adjustment socialistic and unconstitutional Ave., Spencer H. Bedell I

as low as 50 miles an Key West and 250 miles south- has been cancelled. legislation, then may we con- 520 NW 10th Ave., Larry E. Noe-:
hour, but forecasters said she' The Planning gel 36 SW 25th St., Gary A.'
southeast of Miami. City Department tinue to oppose it. If we are to MILLHOPPER PACKAGE
would reintensify quickly over The hurricane, which killed at I announced today that the be excluded from national pol- Benton, Gainesville, Henry F.; STOREDRIVEIN

the warm waters of the straits. least 14 on the island of Guadeloupe meeting was scheduled for next itical conventions because we McRae Jr., 1109 NW 40th Ave.,' j I

The turn in direction took the and an estimated 50 in the Thursday.The believe in voluntary segrega- Dennis Cheves 3 SW 25th St., WINDOW FREE PARKINGNW

lower Florida Keys out of the mountains of Haiti, moved into next meeting will be the tion of the races, then may we I and Richard D. Bristow Jr.,! 16th Blvd. at Millhopper Rd. Palm View Shopping Center Ph.
danger zone and Chief Fore-,Cuba ,Tuesday afternoon. first Thursday in October. always be excluded." 3462 NW 13th Ave. !

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+ a Dry GinGuckenheimer 11
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Moving day at the Post Of-!, : : I

i. !i' 9; ,. .',..s,, rr. i 1$.k ice got a rain check today.I .i IMPORTED SCOTCHCANADIAN ;a R 86 PROOF BLEND J!
{ Postmaster Paige Pinnell!
t r i F said contractors on the $2 million Relska Vodka 'I
r 'Federal have : M
Building extended -
b i j f the completion deadline I tl Lord C alvert Seagram'sBctraJDrg, 8-Year-Old Straight Bourbon ;1

from October 5 to the end cf': E. J. SCOTT !
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ca .aot JI
y'w the month."I I Y s Gia:
,1 had hoped beyond hope we; ca REG. y7.15 '
sometime in early November' i
so we would have about a month i 469 ____ 1. 99 REG. 4.50CASE
,: ;. to get used to the new surroundings -; e 2 CASE 35.75
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y and procedures before the $55.95
y Christmas mailing," Pinnell ;

said this morning.
.5 The postmaster said the con!
M struction supervisor cited the' KENTUCKY FULL QUARTS

lengthy rainy period as the: II

____T.-""',__., reason for the completion de' ',
" lay. \ BEAU KENTUCKY ;
All Spades I"had hoped beyond hope we
would be completely moved in I

I Gainesville Rotarians received federal assistance on their Smoky Bear Park by Nov. 1," Pimell said. "We i 6-YEAR-OLD KY. STR. BOURBON GENTLEMAN
project yesterday when U. S. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews (third from will have some tremendous problems -I
left) took his turn on the shovel. Assisted by Rotarians Jim Quincey, Robert in moving, especiallywith I SUNNYBROOK -. CARSTAIRS
Mautz and Ed Peck (from left) and Nelson Blocker of the state forest service, the Christmas season so'' "' =' -
Rep. Matthews officially set the project in motion. The 4.5-acre park is a near." 'I BOURBON DELUXE
I cooperative project among the Gainesville Rotary Club, city and county commissions He said the delay would have'I, 1 CALVERT'S GIN! .
and the forest sen'tce. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) little effect on plans for dedication -'i OLD HICKORY I: Ii T KYGENTIEMpN '
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ceremonies an cpen'house

Comm lent 'WhatMortals More About office for the center.three-story federal -.1 I, $41.75 : : =-
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The postmaster explainedthat ; 31 050 .. : 399 -
the general policy of the CASE t{ )/ r:
Fools These Be!' RotaryFrom General Services Administra,'I II /

tion, which owns the building j QUART _
.. and is in 'I il i
: charge of opening
By JIM McGUIRK ... .
t; Page 1 ceremonies, is to wait up to: OLD GERMAN IMPORTED SCOTCH :
Staff Writer
Sun three months so the building) is! HOUSE

"That's a darn good thing it I in state legislatures. fully occupied and is in good:, LAGER E 99C
Isn't my cat up there," an irate "Take the way we select the working order. : kER OF 399R
passerby said yesterday. President, for example. When He said the ceremonies will,
He was outraged by the spec- Y cf you vote in New York you are.. probably be scheduled some: NO Deposit 6 STUART 6.65

tacle of two firemen, a large r voting for 43 electoral votes. time after Christmas.

ladder truck, a news reporter But if you vote in North Dako
and a news photographer watch- ta you only vote for three elec ElectricalSuits

ing the stray cat perched some a toral votes." You always SAVE MORE at .
; Settled
The vote of 9
40 feet up a pine tree in the a single senatoi
I backyard of Rod Arkell, of 1652 from Alaska is a hundred times
NW 35th Ave.Arkell's d stronger than that of his counterpart .: JACKSONVILLE (AP-Five) I
dog chased it up the ptf 1 : from New York, Matthews million dollars worth of law-' SERVING GAINESVILLE FOR 25 YEARSHENRY'S
suits against electrical equip-;,
2 said.
tree. Concerned, after it stayed &,?I ':> x settled'
companies were
aloft some two days, Arkell "I believe we should main
called the which r tain one house whose member. out of court by the City of Jack!II
newspaper t ship is based criteria sonville yesterday for ;1016512.; !!
recommended the fire station."I on some I ''
In firms in Febru
suing nvie
wouldn't no more mess with :.. ; other than population."
a Commenting other ., ary, 1962, the city contended:
'im to heck with him, the t on areas I
the defendants to ,
bwz conspired rig
of the federal Matthews
passerby added as some 65 feet Al government -
bids for equipment being sold'
of extension ladder reeled out said:: !
to the municipal electrical syst -
toward the cat. Fire Lt. Wayne a, Criticism leveled againslthe I
Studstill clambered up the lad- c "archaic" seniority system .. tem.The
firms, and settlements,
I in the committee system i is;
der."He ; included Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing -
got.up there; he could a x unwarranted. The seniority system Co., $228,793; Vesting
get down," passerby snorted. traditionally has produced l house Eelectric Co., $237,378;I LIQUORS
The fireman reached gingerly the best chairmen. General Electric Co., $459,232;I
for the cat. Congress should set a specific 'C. H. Wheeler Manufacturing:
The cat panicked, scamperedto L. date to adjourn and then I Co., $5,000; Maloney Electric'
another limb about four feet wA stick to it. Some questionable! Co., $15.32; McGraw Edison II NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVillEWALDO

lower, paused, then headed legislation sometimes gets: Co., $29,000; Wagner Electrics I
down the tree, nose first, then ',!' '\' o .M passed in the last hectic dayof ; Corp., $494.50; Southern States I

tail first, sliding- -, clawing- --. for a ,. d each Congress. Equipment Corp., $-12.48, and: ROAD NORTH t AIN I
bold: ,,+ Congressmen ought to be: Sangamo Electric Co., $6,595. I
"finally! some 20 !eel Jro the. Yv elected for four year,terms !

ground-the'cat'Abounced, ;; Our soldiers aren't dyingin : Plane Downed at N.Ee 8fh AVE. at 1 Olb AVE.
landed;'on Us feet and streaked a Viet Nam for President John :

I out of the yard. son or Senator Goldwater or another Y BUKAVU, the Congo (AP) -,
The passerby left. tr.,, individual. They are: A U.S. Air Force transport!: ACROSS FROM ACROSS FROM
The photographer back e d there representing the peoplof < plane was hit by rebel gunfire II CITIZENS
down the ladder.Lt. the United States. Tuesday and crash landed I Gainesville Shopping Center

Studstill came down, heav <' Following his talk, Rep. Mat. across the border in Rwanda,!
ily, slowly. thews turned a shovel of dir t: informed sources said today. 'I!
He was asked if he had anything in Smoky Bear.Park, officiallj) There was no immediate indi I SOUTHERN
printable to say. starting a project being under, cation whether there were casualties. .

able."No," he said, "nothing. print Club.taken by the Gainesville Rot yry COMFORT 499 t $tllgrnms: .

I Studstill said there was no 5th
The 45acre park on Northeast
charge for the service, mention- r 15th Street is a coopera: May
ing its value as a public relations
tive project by the Rata ry I Representing / n[ w
function.Wcstwood HisssssThis Club, and commissions The Equitable Life
city county
Assurance Society NOILLY I PRATT
and the Florida Forest t, I. I' DRY
FR 2 3576
is the large, Service. ._ 199.
SctsOricntatioil OR .
''a .a ,
black cat that sat on CAJLWRJrS" 1
SWEET tagmroY
a limb some 40 feet upa First Quality Durable VERMOUTH $ i
pine tree for two days. :,.7
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An orientation for new students Yesterday, a fireman : J
attending Westwoud Jun who tried to rescue it .
]lor High School will be held
found the cat looks larger
from 9-11:30 a.m. tomorrow. the closer ;you get to it. ROMA SWEET WINE 3 5ths

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New 7th graders will meet <<: : a
their teachers and other faculty Stunt Fatal for
members and receive their Port Pale Dry STR. BOURBON
schedules for the school year, MOSCOW (AP) A flying Instructor 1
Principal Russell Simmons announced recently crashed with a GYM SUITS Sherry 419 SherryMuscatel Bacardi Rum
today. ,.
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and ninth over his fiancees house '
; Eighth graders ; 'V. I 7 to 14 LIGHT or DARK
who are new to the county near Minsk, the newspaper So- .p,
school system also are invited vetsky Patriot said today. xo :: R e g a l a ''
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JOHN R. HARRISON. Prtsitfent and
: "
... Publisher PAT COWLES. Viee PresJnf I The Issue
: Florida's Beautiful .* Ed JOHNSON Vic* PrtsMtatnt /1'
Extcutivi Editor W. G. (Ml
VICe 'rnident and Advertising 4
: University City' RALPH McGILL I'
.", Director ROB TARTAGLIONE F.Utitr rm. Irlulttc F.MUkM By DAVID LAWRENCE .
__ Vice President and ClrcuUUea$ Manafer. Ol Ik. AlUnu. (Ga) CMUtJtmtl ATLANTIC CITY-Platform planks may be tossed aside by

THE SUN'S POLICY ChoiceCan some citizens in our country as just so much verbiage, but
foreign governments-both friend and foe-are accustomedto
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. reading between the lines of any foreign-policy pronouncement
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only In-editorials.
from the United
States. They are anxious to determine
I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. BeVital
whether America will stand
up resolutely or procrastinate in

i':: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 V\ -i! an emergency and thus unwittingly give an adversary a big

Want Ads.-376-4672 r1fL advantage.A .
I \ J. developing issue which has crept into the political cam-

ATLANTIC CITY The I AI PW4i paign involves a possible land invasion of Europe somedayby
'- -
: Traffic Death 'Remedies' Democracy nominates today. -tt-' Communist armies. Senator Goldwater thinks that, to

There is, of course, major r- I 1tr'J, -r meet such a contingency, the supreme commander of the
emphasis on the selection of. f\ 1.-s.LI" North Atlantic Treaty Organization-usually an American-

: Newly affluent Britain is taking windshield of the cars they pass. Lyndon Baines Johnson, a ', '1' ) t should be authorized in advance th-t under certain circum-
Southerner whose backgroundis stances small nuclear weapons of a tactical nature may be
to the highways and more in
: more as American as hickory or rAi %wr used to thwart an aggression. For this, the Republican presi-

: recent years-and is worrying about Evidently these measures, good as ,Indian corn. His people came y ru, l41t.47.I dential nominee has been accused by the Democrats of wanting -

: the high death ,toll of motor vehicle most of. them are, are far from suf early to the new world in the I to "trigger a war" or of wishing to let some irresponsiblehand

:: accidents. The London Observer recently ficient.In company of others. They s.,., abroad start a nuclear conflict.

: ran articles by :Mervyn Jones moved southward through the LET'S STAGE A SIT-IN." THE QUESTION has been further beclouded by a meaning

the United States doubls mountain to north Geor less declaration in the party
: on how the death toll could be cut some passes

: sharply-and why Britons don't do have arisen about driver's education. gia. There they stayed for a platform now scheduled for
number of years, building log THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST adoption by the Democratic
it. Michigan is the only state to makeit
: cabins, ,then houses and final National Convention here. It
compulsory, and more recent stu- reads as follows:
ly, a generation goingto
: For Americans, the striking-thing dies do not ,bear out the big reductions Texas. He is the first and Doubts "Control of the use of nuclear -

: is that the U. S. or parts of it have 'in accidents early studies seem- Southerner since James Hopes weapons must remain

already adopted most of the preven- ed to show. Some insurance com- Knox Polk. (Woodrow Wilson, solely with the highest elect
Southern born, was elected ed official of the country -
tive measures Jones says "everyone panies stopped reducing rates
: from New Jersey.) Mr. John- 5 rro $nrh Simra presidential campaigns, and Social Security policies? the President of the Uni t e d
is for formal driving education.
who has studied the problem" sure son is the fourth Presidentto By JAMES RESTON nothing troubles political par- Would there be less N e g ro States."

:. will reduce Britain's traffic deaths to be thrust suddenly into the ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. ties more than new issues demonstrations and fewer Nobody has ever disputedthis

a fraction. And in terms ,of .deaths -Jones in his second article himself great responsibility of that of- The Democrats are in an odd that touch the fundamentalsof muggings in the streets -or broad principle, and Senator

per 1,000 of population, the U. S. disagreed with "everyone." He con- fice by the assassination of mood. They are supposed to personal, family and community would there be more-if Gold- Goldwater himself has

: highway accident rate is three timesBritain's. ceded that these measures plus bet- the incumbent. be unbeatable but they are life. water were in the White said the same thing. The issue -
Because he was so well talk Even those Democrats who House? deeper. It concerns
uneasy. They big publicly goes
(In terms of passenger or ter propaganda for safe driving could
: prepared, by long experienceand but privately they are feel that Goldwater is reck- The convention hall has the best means of defending
vehicle miles, the U. S. may be safer, help some, but added that "we can- temperament, to assume worried. They should be having lessly wrong about Viet Nam, rung with economic statisticson Western Europe against invasion .

: but Britain does not keep figures not expect a real improvement until that office, there is today fun in Atlantic City but China, the Soviet Union, for- the prosperity of the nation by conventional forces.

: that way.) drivers want to be safe." He cited more attention focused on the they are really a little sol eign trade, and the welfare under the Democrats, Certainly it is the duty solelyof

evidence that a large fraction of vice presidential nominationsof emn. They are not so excited programs of the last genera- and the delegates keep telling the commander in chief

) : The things "everyone" urges for British drivers do not want safety, the two parties than ever about Johnson as they are tion, still wonder whether his themselves that the majority namely, the President of the
before. The nation was fortu- afraid of Goldwater: genuinely simplifications of com pi e x party cannot lose in the midstof United States to decide

Britain are: but want power, speed, competition, nate in having Lyndon Johnson afraid that his policies are problems will not have an ap such prosperity, and yet when or where any nuclear

: A stiff law against drunken risk, glory. He noted that West- Ger- with his rich backgroundof bad for the country, but peal. And when he cries fora their doubts continue. weapon, however small, shall

: driving. many, another newly affluent coun- political, legislative and somehow afraid that the new freedom and a new PART OF THE reason for be used.

: A crash barrier to separate the try, has _a highway death rate twice administrative e x p e rience. country might not quite see morality, for order in the this lies in the political success But so also has it always

: two directions of travel on the major Britain's. The nation has not always it that way. streets, and a higher fidelityin of Eisenhower, and partof been the sole right of Congress
the home he touches deep
: throughways. been so fortunate. All politicians, of course, it in the personality of to declare war. Yet the
SEVEN AMERICAN presi- hope vaguely and fear p r e- longings inthe American President Johnson. Ike con- Congress has duly ratified the
: Eye tests for drivers. These feelings of "power excitement and the delegates here
spirit which
North Atlantic
dents have died in office, four cisely Barry Goldwater in- vinced them of the political Treaty,
: More exacting tests for driver's envy and aggression" are well- by assassination. William H. cluded, but no party ever hadso know it.MOST. potency of personality and authorizes in advance military -

: licenses (Britain had none till 1934). known in the U. S., too, as major Harrison caught a cold at his many backers and so OF THESE fears moral yearnings, allied to tel- action by the United Statesto

: Compulsory driver's education, factors in accidents. The decline in inauguration and died a few many doubts as the Demo- and doubts are probably unjustified evision. defend immediately any or

with qualified teachers and a mini- the U. S. highway accident death days later. John Tyler succeeded cratic Party at this moment. but the more di- They look back now con- all member nations of NATO

:: him. He had a mediocre This is more than the verse and complicated the vinced that Eisenhower was who may be attacked.IT .
number of hours. rate million vehicle miles
mum per overa
administration. Old Zachary prudent political tactic of world becomes, the more people not a great President, but
: Compulsory seat belts and period of 25. years gives hint of Taylor, a military hero, died "running scared." Uncertainty long for indentity and simplicity they remember that he lick- IS PRECISELY the

: other safety features in cars to prevent progress in this more difficult area of the accumulation of years. is the rule of the day. and while it is true ed them badly even in 1956 same concept of planning fora

: the "second collision" between of human engineering, but this trend Vice President Fillmore was Kennedy, the unexpectedhero that Goldwater has talked after two severe illnesses, grave contingency that has

: passengers and the car they are has been reversed recently. In sheer undistinguished. Andrew John- is now a tragic but per- mainly about ends and very and without any really effective prompted the recent discussion
of how to ward off a
followed Abraham L i In- sistent memory. The pollsters little about the means to political skill or organi!
in. number and in deaths son
: riding per thousandof land invasion in Europe. The
ends the Demo-
coln. His situation all but who are their conso I a achieve these zation.
Rear wheels flaps to keep population the U.S. toll is shock- was idea has been to the
: pass- impossible. Tossed and har- tion, have been too wrong recently crats nevertheless wonder Johnson, in contrast, is a urge
from splashing mud the ingly high. The from time to time whetherhe President of the United Statesto
: ing cars on assed by the aftermath of a for comfort. unions political master, but he does .
savage civil war and the end who were a decisive has not struck a popular not arouse ,the same affectionate announce' that, in an nuclear emergency
smalf tactical
of the slave system, he force when they were poor, theme. emotions as Eisenhower ,
be used al once.
. I wrought well. The nation are now rich and divided. The That the Democrats are or'project'the same'warm weapons can

was, over-all, lucky in him. powerful big city bosses are concerned about these impon- television personality as Gold- This, it is argued by: many

Voice of the People James A. Garfield died of an not so powerful, and the derables is fairly obvious water. LBJ is as efficient military men especiallyin

assassin's bullet. Chester A. "solid South" is not so solid. from the themes they ha v e and mechanical as TWA and France and other European

: Arthur was reasonably able, THE DEMOCRATS, of emphasized in this conven- he is clearly in command of countries is the best way

I but not outstandingly so. course, do not dwell on these tion. They are doing what the Democratic Party, but this to let the world in generaland

==On The Sim's Opinion Page==s= Theodore Roosevelt, who followed things, but they cannot quite politicians usually do: theyare convention, while it respectsand the Soviets in particularknow
evade them either. The fighting fear with fear. follows him, does not real- that such a military-
the politi-
pedestrian be allowedto
: Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cal hack, William McK i nley spend their days boardwalk- Their counter to Goldwater'sfear ly like him as a person so gression succeed though the
e must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should (assassinated), brought the ing and girl watching, and of moral decline a t much as it dislikes the policies even
armies of the Western European
: not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The left peeping at the eternal ocean home and honor abroad, is to of Goldwater. -
of the by
nation out bogs
: Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or between the billboards. They raise fear that his policies Accordingly, even in the Allies may be greatly
intent. less able men to new outnumbered.
heights of reorgani- spend their evenings listeningto would produce depression at midst of all the hoopla in At-
: : Terms Book check of the documentation on an anti-Commuist court. 2ation, pride and vision. Brit- verbal violence on the home and war abroad.Do lantic City, the delegates are TIlE FEAR has been that,
the ten pages of footnotes.The What can one call it now? Cal- person of Barry Goldwaterwho you want this man's not exactly exuberant. They
tle unimaginative known that
if is
dry it
printing volume shows It' takes a real "expert to is the main issue of this finger on the atomic trigger? like to think that the votersin
vin Coolidge an improve- NATO armies immediately -
was cannot
: Worth Reading that in the 14 printings follow 'the editorial reasoning boss campaign so far but late They ask. Do you believe that November will be "sensi-
the -
ment pathetic in to
act an
between February and August that the two decisions of the on in the well lubricated night, the Alliance would be ble" and "reasonable," but response
Warren G. Harding. attack but would have to wait
: : EDITOR, Sun: Thank for created
you 1964, 2,600,000 copies have Supreme Court on June 5th, they begin to wonder. strengthened by Goldwater? when they look around at At-
S. Truman respondedto for discussion in
-printing the editorial from the been published-a best seller 1962, which permit smut lit- Harry For Goldwater has raised who is opposed in every Allied lantic City itself, which thriveson a long yield
left after to decision
: :Fort Myers News Press, by anyone's standards. erature to go through the mail the challenge issues that are really very capital of the world? Do the gullibility of the human a on
Franklin D. Roosevelt's death the question, then there wouldbe
: "None Dare Call It Tripe. but not recitation of the old, but are actually quitenew you trust your jobs and your race, they are not as sure as
: Now considering the specifics prayer with such imaginationand danger of being overrun
:You hove done vigor,
the readers
a to the postwar world to his economic and they would like to be.
real service have directed singled out in the editor- in school, "God is great, decision that he is rated by an advancing enemy: A
: -
: their attention you to a controversial ial as "tripe"; "The book is God is good,"" promotes free- with the great presidents.THE ofLBJ'S time lag of two hours could
a documented story of America's dom and as such were the an- SAVAGE brutality at mean the difference between
book. The name of ABSOLUTISM
tithesis of communism. The
retreat from victory. and defeat.
-. -the book is "None Dare Call Dallas, Texas, brought Lyn- victory
tit Treason" by John A. Stor- If one does not realize as Communists themselves say don Johnson to office. Behind f The Democratic National
James Reston column July religion is the opium of the him was a backgroundof platform is vague on the
mer. It should be read by 'Presidential' Convention
every American. It is a paperback 8th, 1964," "If the people as people and must be completely local politics and almosta whole subject, which is an indication -
a whole want to the destroyed. Concerning morals that the
oppose quarter century in the Con- politicianswish
and be
can purchased
at the local books to r Cs.- honorable accommodation any action that weakens gress, plus a long period as Ntm; Unrk iIimti President for months has is still sifting n a me s, the to remain noncommitalon

Read it and then drow with the Soviet we had morality in our country is not majority leader of the Senate. By ARTHUR KROCK been carefully appraising. And choice he has made is entire- the issue and still accuse
your better find out about it". If the antithesis of communism, when this of elimina- his their of
own conclusions.The One of the great pieces of ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. process ly own. opponents trying to
one doubts that the free world but exactly what the Commu- luck the nation can have, sincewe When the President had set a tion has been completed, the start a nuclear war, when, in

editorial in question has retreated, _a point where_ nists would have done live and have our being record in American political survivor will be the over- TIllSVAS THE practice of truth, the basic question is
tries to discredit th&bOOk by today 25 per cent of the earth's. to them anything is moral by politics and the function- whelming choice of the party Jefferson and Jackson; hencea whether the Soviets shall be
unjustified inferences and land and billion that- p r 0 mot e s the party history by so quickly stamp
human :
one virtual from
from the
ings of our political system, ing his imprint on the federal leaders and the delegates, per- true inheritance given immunity
claims it to be a familiar: typeof 'beings are slaves otconmun-: cause. is to have a President who administration and the haps even without audible off- fathers of the Democratic Par- any nuclear response if they

extremist right wing pam- ism he lacks so in preceptionthat The editorial then, by innu- is politically knowledg ab I e. Democratic that for stage noises of disappointment ty. But on many occasions try to seize Berlin and West

phleteering. It doesn't take issue no amount of readingand endo, clears the press from We have not always fared so Party or protest. thereafter presidential aspi- Germany and march across
had borne the
with the text of the matter documentation would like- any share of responsihility well with Presidents who were years Though the modern mira- rants at the national conven- France with their huge
but does resort to nit If this has for the fall of China Cuba colorful image of John F.
pick- ly help. retreat not politically experienced.Today's cle of electronics enables tions followed prevailing par- armies.
ing. It is also noteworthy that NOT been, In our country, based and such by asking "What choice of a vice Kennedy, this Democratic As- some delegates to hear pro- preferences for their run The solidarity of NATO as

this same editorial appeared on the greatest fallacy of were Stalin and Khrushchev by the Democratic sembly of 1964 was generally nouncements from a platform ning mates rather than their an alliance is at stake. It

.in the St. Petersburg Times the cold-war, .(regardless of drawing pay for?" If all this president convention will initiate com described as "a "vice presi- which many of them cannot own, if they had any, on the had been hoped that the administration

-tat week. Could, this be a motivationthe belief thatth'e history can be only directly Senator Goldwater's dential convention. even see, it is conceivable counsels of "harmony". Or would issue

concerted effort,,on the part only way to encourage Soviet related to the piping of these parisons. (increasingly disturbing The implication conveyed that the Democratic vice they followed it as the only some pronouncement, even
proposal and that the
3: >f some liberal newspapers to moderation and'enntual twoi stead of as "None Dare that nuclear accepted was one presidential candidate of 1964 means to win the top nomina- during a political campaign,
change in its basic of Call It Treason" states ) weaponsbe great party decision was to that
uash the truth about certain purpose : distributed into could be proponed and nominated tion for themselves. A typical dispel the fears of
IHiscrepancies in our country? world conquest is to be mod- "If alert, conscientious reporters widely be a deliberative collective in known the Western European coun-
procedures of the latter
example accom-
hands and that
many choice of Johnson'srunning
erate and had official many leadership
rejected tries.
"he author Mr. Stormer lifts conciliatory our-
have the right to use solely at the time to the occupants modation was Franklin D.
selves then would doubt State persons mate was a mat-
: ;
the comouflage from the press the dais. For not of The Russians, of course
them his conviction that farm o Roosevelt's accept anc e
that a word has been createdto "handouts and briefings and ; ter of unusual consequence
: 3ruth and lists the references are watching the whole
and only is this a completely John N. Garner his running per-
price supports are wrong, as .
."-for the statements he makes. describe our apathy. dug out the known and documented because of the current vacancy formance here with
"presidential convention, in mate in penetrating
The editorial, then in well- backgrounds of Cas- his seeming determination to in the office of vice president 1932.
: be the interest.
Ulead it The Moscow
-you judge. Social and that it is controlled by a sin- But Roosevelt deviated from
WALKER chosen phrases such as General tro, Ben Bella, and Mao Tse- remodel Security and the possibility of a
L. M.D.Is
,HARRY button installed in news-agency dispatches keep
the United Nations are but gle push both those courses by forcing
Walker and the John tung, these Communist dicta- recurrence of Johnson's heart emphasizing that Senator
.oof the White House. It also is
of the illustrations that Henry A. Wallace on the
Birch Society, makes a pret- tors wouldn't be in power to- some attack some years ago. Goldwater and the Republicans -
: It TripeOr ty fair demonstration of what day in Cuba, Algeria, and enable one to consider com completely a "platform con- resentful Democratic Conven- are "brink-
vention because that is of In 1960 John F. pursuing
tion 1940.
: one might call McCarthyism; China. parisons.It BUT IN THE SENSE in manship" in foreign policy.
Treason? while seeking to pin this labelon "If the American press has is likely the Democratic which this phase has commonly where the buzzer sounds. Kennedy took the same venture Yet it was the "brink m a n.

: EDITOR, Sun: When one observes the book. consistently informed the party choice of a vice pres- employed, it has prov- But, although Johnson has by his personal choice of ship" of an American Secre-

: an attack on a book, or The fact that the Supreme American people about the repeated ident will be more importantthat ed to be completely inapplicable. pursued his search along pub- Johnson over protests among tary of State, the late John

: for that matter a newstaper, Court, not in just a few cases failures, mistakes and any in recent years. Will There are no headquarters lished guidelines which could his followers but protests Foster Dulles, which deflated
: it is a pretty sure sign that if but in over 100 cases which stupidity of the State Department he be a man of proved legisla- here from which groupsof lead horn to the"choice of one which, as it proved, had a many a crisis in which. the

: the source material is looked' subversion and Communistswere the mess in Washington tive administrative experience party leaders are vying for of the several Democrats who briefer span and a happ i e r Communist had sought to test

:I into, one will find readings of involved reached decis- would have been aean- -or not? Will he be a delegate support of active con- have survived his formula of ending. American resoluteness. They

:: considerable interest and im ions favoring the Communistuntil ed up years ago. Communism person who has grown in stature tenders for second place on elimination, and with and Now, however, all the signs were answered promptly, and

.: pact. The recent editorial re now practically aU legal would not be threatening and knowledge'of domestic tie national ticket These without invitation has received indicate that a Democratic 'war was averted. It is the

: print on "None Dare Call It restraint against Communist America today from an arm- and international affairs? leaders and delgates alike a multitude of counsel he president has restored in the same formula that now is be-

.: Treason" by John A. Stormer subversion has been destroyed ed stronghold just 90 miles The voters, in a time of await, with almost unexampled has made it very clear that party the Jefferson -. Jacksonera ing urged on both parties by

:' editoralized as "None is not an insinuation. If from Florida. change and of world tensions submissiveness, the name the vice presidential nomineeof of absolutism, and virtually military men, who have no

Dare Call It Tripe' proves the reverse had been tiue no "Free, representative gov- that are reflected in our own which will be transmitted to 1964 will not be a committee total acquiescence, in political axe to grind and who

:I to he' no exception. The book doubt the court would have ernment is predicated on the domestic issues, will .closely them from among those Democrats product. Except in the unlikely the selection of a running- are concerned solely with the

:: U worth the dare to read and been called without question (VOICE Continued on Page 5)) look at this choice. whose qualifications the event that the President mate.. -- prevention of? a major war.




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Wednesday, August 26, 1954 Gainesville Sun SALAN'S
For If it prosper, none dare
: : call it treason. (Sir John I 3 Klansmen Are Indicted Goldwaters

'.1-, Harrington 1561.1612)) At ConventionATLANTIC
DANIELSVILLE, Ga. (AP) James S. Lackey, 28; Joseph all new
(Voice continued from Page 4)) the facts in this book are OBSERVER Three men identified by the FBIas Howard Sims, 41; and Cecil CITY (AP) -! "Mister Sandwich
assumption that the people: true. Ku Klux Klansmen have. William Myers, 25, all of There's a Goldwater at the Shop"will
". Again, examine jour Market Athens Ga. Democratic convention. In fact,: feature the finest
having the FACTS will make own personal religious beliefs.Is Egg been indicted on charges of murder I there are two, one from New
the right decisions when they in the shotgun slaying of a They were charged with slay York and one from Nevada.
a meaningful consuming food
go to the polls. If the press force in jour life?" JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The Negro educator from Washington ing Lemuel Penn 49, on a coun.otry Neither claims relationship to available.We .
addicates its responsibility Northeast Florida Egg Market D.C. road near Colbert July 11. the Republican
presidential can
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system will fail. We to retailers ,
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indeed for jourself. Don't'accept I Prosecutor Clete B. Johnson Penn, a lieutenant colonel in
N in even deeper trou- 1
Bert M. Goldwater, dele Watch for
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ble.In for trial Monday.Indicted gate from Nevada, says he is;
concluding Stormer tripe. 53; large 49-51, mostly 50 51; to Washington from sum taking a lot of kidding about his
himself states that each must educate "Treason doth neever prosper ]medium 38k 43, mostly 41; by the Madison County mer training at Ft. Be-mmg,I name but he figures it I I I -
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6 Gainesville Sun Wednesday._August 25. 1964'Freedom ,

I for Labor Front Powerful Union Bosses (I I

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

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

Chapter Six statements today. Our publication' this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapprovalof

Freedom Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva
tive" is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc.so .

If I had to select the vote I regard as the most important -

' .of my Senate career it would be the one I cast on
the Kennedy-Ervin "Labor Reform" Bill of 1959. The Senate many people who so often profess concern for "civil question remains: Should that man's union dues be used

r Ii passed the measure 95-1; the dissenting vote was mine. rights" and "civil liberties" are vehemently opposed to for political purposes? The answer is clearly, no. Unions OF
them. exist, presumably to confer economic advantages on their
The measure had been advertised as a cure-all for the members, not to perform political services for them. Un-
evils uncovered by the McClellan Committee investigation.I Freedom of associations is one of the natural rights- of ions should therefore be forbidden to engage in any kind

I opposed it because I felt certain that legislation which man. Clearly, therefore, it should also be a "civil" right. of political activity.I .
pretended to respond to the popular demand for safeguards Right-to-work laws derive from the natural law: they are A CONSERVATIVEBy
against union but actually did not do so, would simply an attempt to give freedom of association. the added believe that the Federal Corrupt Practices Act does for-
for sometime protection of civil law. bid such activity. That legislation has been circumventedby
preclude the possibility of meaningful legislation
, d the "education" approach and other devices; and Con-
to come. I am well aware of the "free loader" argument, so often
r.. gress and the courts, in effect, have looked the other way.
r'' That opinion was vindicated later on. The House of Rep- advanced by union leaders in defense of compulsory union- The only remedy, it appears is new legislation.In GOLDWATERThe
resentatives rejected Kennedy-Ervin and substituted in its ism. The contention is that a man ought not to enjoy the

place a much better measure, the Landrum-Griffin bill. The benefits of an organization's activities unless he contributeshis order to achieve the widest possible distribution of political

ensuing conference between representatives on the two fair share of their cost. I am unaware, however, of power, financial contributions to political campaigns

houses made only minor changes in the House version; I any other organization or institution that seeks to enforce should be made by individuals and individuals alone. I see leading conservative think.

I would guess that 90 per cent of the original LandrumGriffin this theory by compulsion.The no reason for labor unions-or corporations-to participatein

bill survived in the conferees' report. The Senate adoptedthe politics. Both were created for economic purposes and
Red Cross benefits all of us, directly or indirectly, er in, politics today calls for anew
their activities should be restricted
with two dissenting votes-proof to me that accordingly.
report only but no one suggests that Red Cross donations be compulsory.It .

my initial protest had been wise. is one thing to say that a man should contribute to an ECONOMIC FREEDOM. Americans have been much dis-

But the protest still holds: though the Landrum-Griffin Bill association that is purportedly acting in his interest; it turbed in recent years by the apparent power of Big Laborto approach to domestic problems

was an improvement over the Kennedy measure, Congresshas is quite another thing to say that he must do so. I believe impose its will on the nation's economic life wheneverthe

till to come to grips with the real evil in the Labor that a man ought to join a union if it is a good union that impulse strikes. The recent steel controversy, and the
field. Graft and corruption are symptoms of the illness that is serving the interests of its members. I believe, moreover, terms of its settlement, are the latest illustration of La- and cold war strategy.

besets the labor movement, not the cause of it. that most men will give support to a union provided it is bor's ability to get its way notwithstanding the cost to the

deserving of that support. rest of society.
1 The cause is the enormous economic and political power

now concentrated in the hands of union leaders. There will always be some men, of course, who will try When he strike began, neutral observers including
to sponge off others; but let us not express our contemptfor
government economists normally friendly to the unions-
hurts the nation's by forcing on
Such economy
j power some men by denying freedom of choice to all men. Y
employers contract terms that encourage inefficiency, low- agreed that the Steel Workers' wage demands were ex- r
er production and high prices-all of which result in a low- The union leaders' further argument that right to work orbitant and would inevitably cause further inflation; and s.

er standard of living for the American people.It legislation is a "union-busting" device is simply not borne that the steel companies were quite right in insisting that
out by the facts. A recent survey disclosed that in all of certain "work rules" promoted inefficiency and retarded pro-
the nation's political life by exerting undue influence duction. Nevertheless the
corrupts the nineteen States which have enacted right-to-work laws steel companies were forced to
on the selection of public officials.It accept a settlement that postponed indefinitely revision of r3
union membership increased after the right-to-work laws were work rules and granted a large portion of the union's wage
gravely compromises the freedom of millions of individ- passed.It demands.
ual workers who are able to register a dissent against the
union leaders at the risk of losing their is also well to remember that the union movement The the
practice of only reason union won is quite simple: it posed to
throughout the world has prospered when it has been put
the the choice
country of tolerating stoppages in steel pro-
jobs.All on a voluntary basis. Contrary to popular belief compul-
of us have heard the charge that to thus criticizethe sory unionism is not typical of the labor movement in the duction that would imperil national security, or of con-

power of Big Labor is to be anti-labor and anti-union. free world. It prevails in the United States and England, senting to an abandonment of the collective bargaining pro-

This is an argument that serves the interest of union lead- but in the other countries of Western Europe and in Australia, cess. Since neither the steel companies nor the country at

ers, but it does not usually fit the facts, and it certainlydoes union membership is generally on a voluntary basis. In- large wanted to resort to compulsory arbitration, the alter-
not do justice to my views. I believe that unionism, deed the greatest percentage of unionized workers are foundin native was to give the unions what they asked.In .

kept within its proper and natural bounds, accomplishes a countries that prohibit compulsion by law. The unionsin this situation, the only power superior to union power

positive good for the country. Unions can be an instrumentfor those countries operate on the principle that a union is was government power, and the government chose to yield.
achieving economic justice for the working man. More- stronger and better if its members give their adherence of *

over, they are an alternative to, and thus discourage State their own free will. One way to check the unions' power is for the govern-

Socialism. Most important of all, they are an expression ment to dictate through compulsory arbitration, the terms
Here, it seems to me, is the sensible to combat
of freedom. of employment throughout an entire industry. I am opposedto
rj graft and corruption in the labor movement. As long as this AfraidOf
course because it simply transfers economic power Dems Not
conceived is expression of man'sinalienable union leaders force workers to their
Trade unions properly an can join organization, from the unions to the government, and encourages State
right to associate with other men for the achieve- they have no incentive to act responsibly. But if workers Socialism.The
ment of legitimate objectives.The could choose to belong or not to belong depending on how

natural function of a trade union and the one for whichit the union performed, the pressure to stamp out malpractice other way is to disperse union power and thus ex-

was historically conceived is to represent those em- would become irresistible. tend freedom in labor-management relations. I a
in bargainingwith Eighty years ago the nation was faced with a compar-
ployees who want representation If unions had to earn the adherence of their members the able concentration of economic power. Large corporations,
of But note ATLANTIC ( I
terms employment.
their employers over result would be-not only more freedom for the working
union claims by gaining monopoly control over entire industries, had nullified -
that this function is perverted the moment a man-but much less and handedness in Almost all
dishonesty high the laws of competition that are conducive to freedom.We .
who do not want
the right to represent employees repre-
the management of the union affairs. responded to that ers they
doI challenge by outlawing monopolies say .
sentation conducts activities that have nothing to
with terms of employment (e.g. political activities), or triesto POLITICAL FREEDOM. One way we exercise political through the Sherman Act and other anti trust legislation. about any white :

deal with an industry as a whole instead of with individual freedom is to vote for the candidate of our choice. Another These laws, however, have never been applied to labor lash" in the

employers.As way is to use our money to try to persuade other votersto unions. And I am at a loss to understand why. If it is dential election.
I I make a similar choice-that is, to contribute to our can- wrong for a single corporation to dictate prices throughoutan I
America turned Increasingly, in the latter half of the didate's campaign. If either of these freedoms is violated, entire industry, if is also wrong for a single union-or, Instead, they :
nineteenth century, from an agricultural nation into an inI the consequences are very grave not only for the individual as is the actual case, a small number of union leaders-to they hear what '

dustrial one, and as the size of business enterprises expanded voter and contributor, but for the society whose free politi- dictate wages and terms of employment throughout an en- much larger crack I'

I individual wage earners found themselves at a distinct cal processes depend on a wide distribution of political tire industry.The ate Republican
; disadvantage in dealing with their employers over termsof power.It I
against Barry
employment.The evil to be eliminated is the power of unions to en- Nov. 3.These. I
is in the second of these areas, that of political con-
economic power of the large enterprises, as com- tributions, that labor unions seriously compromise American force industry-wide bargaining. Employees have a right, as '
pared with that of the individual employee, was such that freedom. They do this by spending the money of union mem- we have seen, to select a common agent for bargainingwith views '
wages and conditions of employment were pretty much what bers without prior consultation for purposes the individual their employer but they do not have a right_to selecta dated Press
decided would be. Under these condi- national agent to bargain with all employers in the in- leaders at the .
the employer they members may or may not approve of, purposes that are decided -
tions, as a means of increasing their economic power, many upon by a relatively small number of union leaders. dustry. If a union has the power to enforce uniform con- tional Convention.

employees chose to band together and create a common ditions of employment throughout the nation its power is asked whether
agent for negotiating with their employers.As Probably the greatest spender in the labor movement is comparable to that of a Socialist government. there is a
the powerful AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education how the
time went on, we found that the working man's rightto (COPE) which is supported in its "educational" work entirelyby Employers are forbidden to act collusively for sound rea- it.
bargain through a collective agent needed legal protec- union general funds.It sons. The same reasons apply to unions. Industry-wide price-
tion; accordingly Congress enacted laws-notably certain pro- fixing causes economic dislocations? So does industrywidewagefixing. Most did not .
visions of the Clayton Act, the Norris LaGuardia Act and is impossible to say just how much unions spend on A wage that is appropriate in one part of the handle it. At the'Backlash'I)
the Wagner Act-to make sure that employees would be ableto political campaigns; certainly one can't tell from the amounts country may not be in another area where economic condi- they did not

bargain collectively.This officially reported, which invariably present a grossly distorted tions are very different. Corporate monopolies impair the about their

picture. In 1956, for example, Labor officially acknowledged operation of the free market, and thus injure the consum backlash, in their
in detail.It .
is not the place to examine those expenditures of $941,271. According to that official ing public.So so great as some

is clear, however, that they have overaccomplished their report, $79,939 of the total was spent in the State of Michi- posed.In .
purpose. Thanks to some unwise provisions and to the absence do union monopolies. When the United Auto Workers
gan. However, a Senate investigating committee obtained
of others that should have been included, the deli- '' evidence that in that year each of Michigan's 700,000 union demand a wage increase from the auto industry, a single the whip

cate balance of power we sought to achieve between labor members had been assessed $1.20 as a contribution to a monolith is pitted against a number of separate, competing become a cliche of

and management has shifted in avalanche proportions, to "citizenship fund," and that this money was made avail- companies. The contest is an unequal one, for the union is tion, the white :

labor's advantage. Or, more correctly to the advantage of able for political activities. This suggests that labor spent, able to play off one company against another. The resultis fies votes by .

union leaders. from that one source alone, almost a million dollars in that individual companies are unable to resist excessive and independents
wage demands and must, in turn raise their The don B. Johnson ,
This mammoth concentration of power in the hands ofa Michigan instead of $79,000. By projecting the differenceon prices.
is I threat to the nation's a nation-wide scale we get a more realistic idea of consumer ultimately suffers for he pays prices that are fixed resentment over
few men repeat, a grave
not by free market law of : Act and
competition-the supply and de- Rights
economic stability, and to the nation's political processes. the size of Labor's political contributions.
mand but by the arbitrary decisions of national union strations; the ,
More important, it has taken from the individual wage earn-
Union political activity is not confined, of course, to di leaders. lash signifies
of his freedom.
er a large portion rect financial contributions. In fact, this is one of its small- ate Republicans

The time has come, not to abolish unions or deprive themof est endeavors. Unions provide manpower for election day with Far Ford better and if the employees of Ford were required to deal water because of

deserved gains; but to redress the balance-to restore chores-for making phone calls, driving cars, manning the The collective, those of Chrysler with Chrysler and so on. tive views.

unions to their proper role in a free society.We polls and so on. Often the union members who perform bargaining process will work for the common
good all
these chores are reimbursed for their time-off out of union it is confined to the employers and There were

ha\e seen that unions perform their natural function funds. Unions also sponsor radio and television programsand employees directly concerned.Let sents from the

when three conditions are observed: association with the distribute a huge volume of printed material designedto in the survey.
union is voluntary; the union confines its activities to collec- us henceforth make war on .all monopolieswhethercorporate Harrison of !
support the candidate of the union's choice. In short,
tive bargaining; the bargaining is conducted with the employer or union. The enemy of freedom is unrestrained ple, said. "People
they perform all the functions of a regular organization. -
of the workers concerned. Let us briefly treat with eachof party power, and the champions of freedom will fight against the fed up with the -

these conditions, noting the extent to which they are concentration of power wherever they find it. kneel-ins, and what
violated today, and the remedial action we are called uponto Now the evil here is twofold. For one thing, the union's

take. decision whether to support candidate X or candidate Y-

FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION. Here the argument is so whether to help the Republican Party or the Democratic TV Gives Short Shrift To Convention Speakers I
Party-is not reached by a poll of the union membership.

fie plain mace that tund3meotat I wonder why tt elaboration w. die { is ci'm necessary. What could Jf is made Aj" a ftaatfRrt
other men or not to associate, as each man's conscienceand men virtue are thus able to wield tremendous political power Ko in AP Television-Radio Writer simply chaos help!" were more likely to wear hats/taries" for ABC, turned up only
of their to other
ability spend people's money.
In the commercials. be
reason dictates? Yet compulsory unionism is the rule than the latter.George Maybe
one else m America is so privileged.The HOLLYWOOD (AP) After The horde of electronic jour- think
rather than the exception today in the ranks of organizedlabor. belo was scheddidn't. anything was_ _furmy.
Millions of laboring men are required to join the other evil is more serious. Individual union membersare two days of watching television!!!nalists kept out of each other's I II -

union that is the recognized bargaining agent at the place denied the right to decide for themselves how to spend coverage of the Democratic Na-I way-and their faces out of Bids 011 Everglades

they work. Union shop agreements deny to these laboringmen their money. Certainly a moral issue is at stake here. tional Convention, one might each other's cameras with}.
the right to decide for themselves what union they conclude remarkable agility.
will join, or indeed, whether they will join at all. The ex- Is it morally permissible to take the money of a Republican fairly that all the re- I Expressway Are Studied

ercise of freedom for many of these citizens, means the union member, for example, and spend it on behalf ofa porters converged on Atlantic I The long, long reading of the

loss of their jobs. Democrat? City primarily to cover the ex-''party platform, which practical-i i TALLAHASSEE (AP) The.,be placed on the market next

citement about seating the Mis-',ly emptied Convention Hall, pull 1 State Road Department checked;Monday It is fairly common for
Here is the kind of thing that can happen as the result The travesty is deeper, of course, when the money takes 'something of a strain on the I bids today for the first 27 miles.construction' bids to be taken
of compulsory unionism. X in the form of compulsory union dues. Under union shop conditions I sissippi delegations.But 'three network
a family man Pennsylvania teams in their of construction of the Ever- prior to bond sales.
had been a union member in good standing for over the only way an individual can avoid contributingto that was where the action goldfish bowls above the hall. glades Expressway, the proposed The toll road project was one

twenty years. When the United Electrical Workers became the political campaign of a candidate whom he may was. Again Tuesday night, ABC and CBS handled it with toll road to link Fort Lau- of 35 projects on which the road

'the recognized bargaining agent at his plant, he refused tojoin not approve is to give up his job. speakers the analyses of events and inter- derdale with Naples. department took bids. The cost '.
on platform got
on the grounds the UEW was Communist dominated-a The passage of rikbt-to-work laws will help the situation.But short shrift from all three net- views on the floor. NBC's Chet The apparent low bid cf $5- of the jobs totaled $17.9 million. J'
judgment that had been made by the CIO itself when it Huntley and David Brinkley hada 5S8.903 to build the B.oward Included in the work were two ;,
putting unionism on a voluntary basis is only of works whose attention focused
expelled the UEW in 1950. The result, since his employer had part humorous conversation about County part of the two-lane interstate 95 jobs in St. Jow-
the answer. For even though a man can leave or refuse to constantly on the turbulent sit-in
a union shop agreement with the UEW. was that X lost his convention literature. They put turnpike was submitted by Cone County, from the Flagler County -
join a union that spends money for purposes that he does ,by members of the Freedom ;
on a taped interview by Nancy Construction Co. of Tam- 13.2 miles northward.
Bros. line
job.The not approve, there may be other factors that would dissuade Democratic Party in the Missis- "
Dickerson with the distaff Houdaille Duval Jacksonville
remedy here is to give freedom of association legal him from doing so. In many communities strong ec- sippi section.At mem- pa.It of
bers of President Johnson's was one of seven bids, submitted the apparent low bid
protection. _And that is why I strongly favor enactment of onomic and social pressures are exerted on behalf of joining one point the press of reporters family, made days ago in Wash- which ranged upward to $7.9 of $3,056,201 to build 7.6 milesof
a union-quite aside from the threat of loss of employment "
.State right-to-work laws which forbid contracts that make 1 and interested delegatesin ington. Huntley did a philosophical million. the road and the San Marco

'union membership a condition of employment. These laws 1J J the section became so fierce tongue-in-cheek monologue The $17 million bond issue by i'Co. of St. Augustine was apparent

are !aimed! at removing a great blight on the contemporary As a result, a man may decide to join a union notwithstanding 1 that CBS floor reporter Mike about the difference between;Broward and Collier counties to low bidder on the remainderwith

American scene, and I am at a loss to understand why his disapproval of its political activities. And the ,Wallace looked desperately to- Republican and Democratic wo-J finance the 78-mile turnpike will I a $1.7 million offer. rI

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L Protestantism--Unity in Division \IV'


Tills Is the first of two articles God makes Himself known in nizes that we are a religious day are, almost without exception

on "What is a Protestant -I three ways: as the "Father Al- people, that all religious groups countries in which Protestantism

," in the Sun's series on L $ mighty, Maker of heaven and should be equally respected as has not been the pre-

the nation's major faiths, i WHAT OUR earth"; .as Jesus Christ, His II.important bulwarks of nationallife ponderant form of Christianity

I Son; and as the Holy Spirit, and that the state should Russia and her statellites,

By HENRY P. VAN DUSEN I i "the Lord and Giver of Life," continue, as in the past,to support Italy, France, Spain, Portugal -

What is Protestantism? I ,. the "Comforter. religion-for example, by and many Latin American I

Protestantism is the branch yLIGIONS I granting tax e x e m ptions to I nations.
of Christianity which How do Protestants regard churches and church contributions -
.: sprang II
: ARE Even more striking is this;
r-' up hi the sixteenth century in $ } the Bible? and by providing chaplains fact: there is not a single instance -'i

the attempt to recover original, for Congress, the Armed where a in
Protestants the Bibleas
authentic Christian faith and revere Forces, and other government i j
the record of God'sdisclosure : which Protestantism has been I
life by purging the Church of institutions. _''
the formative influence
i of Himself to .
the West in that day of its worst I *
perversions, abuses and exces- ity claimed by the Roman Ca- all over the world. They call, and the major guide for the What do Protestants mean Scandinavia, Holland, Switzer-i)

ses. tholic hierarchy and the domi- themselves "Evange 1 i c a 1 s." Christian's faith and.life. by "religious tolerance"? land, Great Britain, the United
States has fallen victim to:
nant trends within the Roman They are sometime referred to "Religious tolerance" recog-
Catholic Church. as a "Third Force" in con How do Protestants view divorce communism or is seriously' ONLIQUORS
What are Protestants "pro- nizes the right and duty of ev- threatened
testing" against? The Church of Rome claims trast to both Protestantism and ? ery citizen to worship God, or by communism. I'

They are not protesting that it is the only true Christian Catholicism, whether Roman 01 All Protestants recognize divorce to refrain from such worship,
Church and that all others, Eastern. NEXT: "What is a Protestant -:
against anything.The lamentable failureof as his conscience dictates.
I as a "
word "Protestant" Eastern Orthodox as well as Part H. II
comes marriage-as God has intended I
from the Latin, and means "to ,Protestant, are schismatics or) Are Protestants "free" to be- (c. 1963-4 by Cowles
it and as those joined in mar-
profess," "to bear witness," "to heretics or both. Neither Protestants live "anything"? riage have pledged themselvesto Is Protestantism as strong a zine and Broadcasting, Maga-I)
nor Orthodox can accept Each individual Christian, as shield against Communism as
I declare openly, "to proclaim.
maintain it. Beyond that,
Its primary meaning is positiveand I that claim. a person endowed by God with Protestants differ as to when Catholicism is? WATER and ICE TEA

affirmative. Only secondarily I No less serious as an obsta- freedom, must of course believe and under what circumstances The best answer lies in the GLASSESFor

does it mean to "prot e s tOO cle to Protestant-Roman Catholic what he honestly thinks to be divorce is justified. facts. They are impressivefacts. Motels & Restaurants FIVE FLAGSVODKA

against wrong beliefs, false collaboration are the domi- true. But every Church, whether S SPENCECHEMICAL
nant trends within Romanism, Roman Catholic or Eastern The countries in which
claims and unworthy practices.
Much the same misunder- I especially the increasing reli Orthodox or Protestant, has its How do Protestants view communism or its twin tyran-I FR 2-2186 SUPPLY CO. $2 S9

standing attaches to the word ance upon miracles and the elaboration -own standard of belief whichits birth control? ny, fascism, are the I .

"confession," the name which of the cult of the Vir- firm.members are expected to af- Virtually all Protestants be- I II 80 proof

1 early Protestants gave to their gin Mary. lieve that sexual union is a di- I
creedal statements. It does not vine provision, not only for the I
What is the final
mean "admit" or "ack n a w- Does the name "Protestant"cover
Protestants the Bible, propagation of children but also
ledge" guilt it means "a sol all non Roman Catho- OLD THOMPSON
; affirmationof lic Christians? the Church, conscience? for the deepening and sanctifying A Financing Plan for Every Need i
4 emn declaration or" Each Protestant is responsible of the spiritual union of hus- i
religious belief. No. There are three main band and wife. An increasing
to God for his own
Thus, a Protestant is one who branches of Christianity: Roman number of Protestants favor.an
and life. 86 Proof
affirms or proclaims his faith. Catholicism, Protestantism,
intelligent and consecrated use
In seeking to discover and do
and Eastern Orthodoxy. of means to assure the number 'f ri'iY
I beliefs held God's will, he turns to the Bibleas I
Are there any by Eastern Orthodoxy includes the principal source of both and spacing of children which

all Protestants? in some 20 independent ("autoce- light and strength, and finds will best further the divine in- $

Yes. All Protestants agree phalous," each-with its own- help in the Church as the community tention for the family ("plan- 299

r affirming the following: Lord head) Churches, each of which of the faithful followersof ned parenthood").
Faith in Jesus Christ as
draws its members mostly from Christ. t .
and Savior. one nation (the Churches of *

The Bible as be primary Greece, Russia, Serbia, Rumania i
What do Protestants mean Why are so many Protes-
I source of what is true and right. Bulgaria, etc.). They are all by salvation?" tants being converted to Roman
of God for
The loving concern '
closely related through a' com- Salvation is trust in Jesus Catholicism?

every human beirg. mon tradition and liturgy. Christ to free the Christian from i
Direct and constant fellow- They aren't. A recent nation-
ship between God J and each be- The first major division within error and sin, to assure him wide survey indicates that in HAIG & HAIG
Christendom came not be- of God's forgiveness of his past ,
liever. the previous 10 years, about fortunes
tween Roman Catholicism and mistakes and misdeeds, and
God's forgiveness in responseto as former Catholics
and Protestantism, but between the thus to restore him to full and
each person'penitence; had become Protestants as ex-
Eastern and Western Catholic free fellowship with God within
faith. Protestants had become Roman fl5 FIVESTAR
Churches in the eleventh cen- the community of the Church.
The Church aj the community Catholics.The :
tury. The separation of Protes- *
of followers, Chirst. minister of one of the
tants from Western Catholicismcame
The responsibility of every What do Protestants believe largest parishes in the East i
and life five centuries later. about heaven and hell? I
Christian for tis faith reports that about one fifth of
of all believ- In the earlier Christian centuries Protestants believe that eter-
(the "priesthoKl nearly 5,000 persons accepted _
j. ers"). : a number of groups separated -nal life in fellowship with Godis into the membership of his

The duty to'discover and do from the main body of "heaven," and that perma- church, during his 25 year pastorate -
God's will in'his daily work Christendom (the Coptic, Syrian -nent separation from God is : have been from Catholic 1Lki i

(the "divine Significance of every Armenian, and others) and "hell." backgrounds.In ... *

'calling' ''). have continued as independent I' It is doubtful whether many a metropolitan diocese of 4.89KENTUCKY
Christian bodies to this day. educated Protestants today be-
The obUg ion to seek to advance the Protestant EpiscopalChurch I i
In the last century, a number in "heaven" and "hell"as
lieve :
the kingdom of God in out of a total of 1,891 NEW ASSOCIATESI
world. ,, of new and independent literal physical places; rather persons received into member-
Eternal lfe with God in the"communioi groups "Adventist, "Pente they indicate the spiritual ship in 1952, 132 or 7 percentwere I
i of saints." costal," "Holiness, "Churchesof state of the soul, especially in of previous Roman Cath- FAMILY GROWTHFINANCING
God," "Churches of Christ,", relation to God, after death. olic affiliation.In .
r .
have Theyare *
etc.- sprung up. I' a relatively small Protes-
the differences between offshoots from Protestantism
mostly PLAN
Do Protestants believe in original tant chuch in a suburban area -
; and Ro- but no longer
Pr/testantism/ are sin? on the West Coast, among 200
: man CatbUcism? within the main stream of Pro- I GENTLEMAN
Most Protestants recognize new members added in the
,j There Joe many. Most of them testantism. that there is a powerful bent past two years, 75 were former: provides money for 3 of the most I

III focus in;ivo areas -the author- They'are multiplying rapidlyAbout toward willfulness and wrong- Roman Catholics.. important expenditures of young !I 6 YEAR OLD
in Some !
doing every person. American families
hold that this tendency is an in- What do Protestants believe i

the Author heritance from the ancestry of about the "separation of church Medical home furnishings home improve- I $

the race. Others are reluctantto and state"? ments .now you can meet all your family needs : .32 i5TH

Eenry: P. Van Dusen, president of the faculty call it "original sin" becauseof -all at once-with the Associates Family 1
All Protestants the
of'Union Theological Seminary and Auburn what they consider mistaken accept Growth Financing Plan. We'll combine all your I
: Seminary is one of the most distinguished associations with the term. fundamental American principle costs into one convenient monthly payment- !
TJeological ,
embedded in our Constitution eliminate multiple interest charges.
churchmen in America. He is a mem-
of the Rockefeller How do Protestants regard : that no particular religionor The Associates let you grow and build your I
of trustees
1>!r of the board church should be "established" future now comfortably, while I
foundation the General Education Board, the the Holy Trinity? ; you pay your
income I
or given preferred privil grows.
Fund for the Republic, and Princeton University. t All Protestants affirm that
There are over 600 Associates offices coast-to- '
,.Ie is president of the United Board for Christian Board I i eges.Beyond that, there is wide di- .One is near you.Stop in,phone or write today. Ii Iicoast. i3titttaijs.GIN
I Higher Education in Asia, chairman of the
I Kids' of view Prot- I .
of Founders of Nanking Theological Seminary, JourneyIs vergence among
estants to the most desirable
and chairman of the Interdenominational Theological I A
Center in Atlanta, Ga. I Cut Slhol'tCHATTANOOGA relation between church and ASSOCIATES

Mr. Van Dusen has played a major role in the 1 1I 1I I state today. Some favor the FINANCE, INC.

development of the World Council of Churches I Tenn. (AP) erection of an" absolute "w a 11 .

from its inception in 1939 and served from 1954to : Financed by piggy bank mon- of sparation. I

1961 as chairman of the Joint Committee of ey, four children set out today Others hold that the authentic 1321 N. Main Street, GAmESVlUE..372-2551 I

the World Council of Churches and the Interna- !on a 600-mile trip to St. Petersburg American tradition recog- 90 Proof

tional Missionary Council. Since 1958: he has beena Fla. .c' :. ...-.-. -_. Uartlau's.
member of the Commission on Ecumenical Mis- II
sion and Relations of the United Presbyterian It began to rain before they I'-

Church. got out of town, so they sought Gt

Ii refuge in a car muffler shop. $2.895TH w+

The shop owner contacted police r .. .
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who ended the children's : Jj.lj' {:>
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with 597 miles yet to ..: : y-p
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Tells Group How go. : .
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The hitchhikers were a girl, 9, ':>

Can Meet Military Duty t'and her brother, 6: and two other L''>: .: .,. ; : ROP CARIOCA 80 PROOF

1 I boys, brothers, 8 and 9. Only ': :..:
Young men facing military ley said. He said the Army bank <
I (the three boys had piggy .t- :
service have a choice of morel prefers high school graduates, .
than 40 ways to meet thir obligation and will not accept a student a y RUM5TH 3.29HALF

1 Gainesville Army recruiter -still in school without signed left mine at home becauseI
I If told Exchange Club permission from parents and I didn't know we were going to ", ...'.- .'<.
members at the Primrose Inn. principal. Florida," explained the girl. _
rose Inn.Parents. I --- z.i .

11 and young men themselves .. ..: Vi.:.:-:
should find out what kind, CHAIN LINK i :> PINT
,.. ,. ..
c of service is best suited for in- i .. f.: /
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dividuals in today's new Army, I } "::',.i 1 <'f.<, '.:. i
said Sgt. 1st Class George Find- HURRICANE I. I '
ley.,Findley was assigned to the : '\ r t' fi r

I Gainesville district six weeks : ,( .7:. ., .. r I I ,1( I ; f _< 1 FENCE "-< '>?' .C .11J /:1 ( <1

J f ago.Bill A. Fleming, University of ti saferk .....:..,, t::; .<

1 Florida alumni affairs director, I Protect And Itt8 ITMmes 1H}

shared the program. Fleming,' BeautifyYour I ri> : *

j on active duty as an Army ret -; Home .. ,.."." .:- -' 97
serve captain, talked about reserve NOW
ai RyI that's I !" BLENDS
why always go Greyhound .
I Fleming said young men 18 to VODKAS

!6 years old have an obligationfor NO LIMIT! .
six years, including active Official safety records over the years prove Greyhound is 17 times .

duty and active and standby re-I safer than driving yourself. And Greyhound is safer than trains and This Sale

serve._ i I planes, too. Whenever you travel, go Greyhound.peace of mind. Good Till ..
"The''minimum time now of.
active duty is four months," Aug. 30, 1964

t Fleming said. "It used to be six FREE Information & Estimate Exclusive Sceoicnaser. Service at BO extra fare.For example:
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Fleming said Gainesville'sfour Before You DecideImmediate InstallationNO 'New York _$31.05 Cincinnati .$22.65 mJJ I-JIk'III] Th euflivexsity Inn:

reserve units all have va DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To Pay !Los Angeles .$65.90 Chicago . .$29.10

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Findley told the Exchange the 1! l L PHONE 3725333SAUNDERS I 10% extra each way with a round-trip ticket. i i i i i i \\\4

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I for high school dropouts who GREYHOUND TERMINAL 516 SW 4th Ave. FR 65252I 7 VI \\ '\ 13th STREET
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Is Over Quickly I L J!:

..-.--------- -- i "Super-Right" Western Heavy Beef SQUARE CUT IIIIIIiiilll1I
1YZUAii1Ui'4 (AP) tion by rank and file union
.Transport workers returned to- .nembers.
day to their jobs at Pan American This is expected to be com- x,1,1rrrrs
Airways following a strike- pleted by the middle of next I '. +.
ending agreement on anew labor week,. the union said. I CHUCK
contract which one union of- About 9,000 workers were in-, '1, Il ri r arc
ficial called the best ever negotiated volved in the_strike over wages,
in the industry.The working conditions and fringe
strike of-AFL-CIO Trans- benefits.
port Workers Union members James J. Horst, international
lasted less than 24 hours but vice president and director of
I crippled the airline's operationsto the, union's Air Transport Di- .
foreign points from New vision, called the contract the .
York, Miami, Washington: Seat- best ever negotiated in the in
tle, Wash.,. Portland, Ore., San dustry.
Francisco, Los Angeles and The walkout began'about 2! .More Meat Specials! ifJiflfi! iI

Houston, Tex.
a.m. Tuesday after negotiations
Pan American operates no between union and management! SUPER RIGHT WESTERN BEEF LB. ffE

domestic flights. reached a stalemate. I I Shoulder Clod I or English(i Cut rrr;
The air line recalled all its The union had sought wage.
employes to duty shortly after increases of 15 per cent, improved -i
the agreement was reached. working conditions and. Boneless Roastib.69c :''i: ..............:..................t. .............................
Board Chairman Juan Trippe fringe benefits including a reduction -:I
said extra planes will be oper- in the 40-hour workweek I Mor tons Frozen Chicken,
ated in transatlantic service to to :37Vi hours and more liberal -I Turkey or Beef "
uPer-Right Western Beef
accommodate any backlog of insurance and pensionprovisions. 8 z .. ... .
traffic. I Pot Pies 5Pk 99c /SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF :::. THICK SWISSBoneless
Details of the new contract Present $3.31 .
covering 12,000 union members an hour for wages mechanics average, $2.55 for :::'!"" BONELESS CHUCK U"!' :
Quick Frozen Perch,
maintenance and ground ground 'service personnel, $2.83 I Flounder or Cod 111I, 'i: S
service personnel and flight ste For port stewards and $475' BONELESS STEW K

wards and stewardesseswere :monthly for flight stewards, FILLETS 49c .... 9c ..-....
not disclosed pending ratifica- :stewardesses and pursers. I .Lb. Pkg. LB S
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Super Right Sliced All Meat ;jtfrft .. Jjtti ;
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SPECIAL! Jane Parker Freshly Baked Delicious ..

the SUN 1-lb. I 1 r ;; ='!1 I

Lake City; Raymond L. Roberts With A Purchast of 1
August. 24, 19" High Springs; William i I eachgal. Liquid Sweet ii

and Mrs.BIRTHSMr. Louis Gutierrez, B.Van Gaither Winkle, ,Waldo Melrose; Mrs.; Willie f Alice I 1 SPECIAL! MARVEL Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry .i iN.w Foswcet J2-0%. btl. 1.19 _rr:

211 B Flavet III a boy, Mr. and McManus, Hawthorne; Charlie' I iK Coupon Good JAX i-Jt-44 Thru Aug. 2M HI j

Mrs.13th St.Floyd, a girl Pridgeon, Mr. ,and 4546 Mrs.NW Strong Beulah, A.Chiefland Ergle, ,Island Fla.; Grove.Mrs.! L! i
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Mark R.: Gordon, Rt. 4, Box DISCHARGEDMrs. ctn.1pint : C\\ I
2982 E, a boy, Mr. and Mrs. Edna Albritton and I i
Stanley Schank, 3809 SW 37th daughter, Mrs. Vera Collins,1 .rfIg &tr PLAID ....,
Ave., a boy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. ''Vivian Taylor and daughter -: SPECIAL! PICKLE PATCH Hamburger SLICED DILLS or WHOLE IHIS IiW' STAMPS
T. Caruso, 3128. 'NW 21st St., a Frank E. France, Miss Ii
With A Purchase of
boy. Pamela Spache, Reathea Vick- j
ADMITTEDMrs. ors, Mrs. Edith Edelstein, Eula I #*2 2 Cons of Ann Page 2 cons rl

Diane.Gordon, Mrs. San Mae Spann and daughter, Mrs.i DILL PICKLES I 6-0%. 25' .:m$.. Pork Cr Beans 2 for 35c K Wfa I: I
dra ShankMrs. Gail Mary Jo Ford and
;; White- daughter,: :. JAX 1-29-" mljSI :
ford, Mrs.Joan Caruso, Kath- Arnold Parker, Mrs. Linnie E.' J.jar : Coupon.Good Thru Aug. 29 j
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leen Dickman, Kathleen Mc-' Beck, Mrs. Edna Roberts, Mrs.I .r.u.. ..!e.1IWR.:
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Roberts, Bessie Weintraub,! Maude Glass, Mark Richardson, SPECIAL! A&P Fancy Grade "A" Yellow Cling i=Ir. c"1 iiiiii:
George Barfahona, Frances Florence Woods, Jefferson Har l
Johnson, Lottie Bigham, Marion rison, Orby Lee Parks, Larry
Christian, all of Gainesville; Al- Hendrix, Mathilda Westb err y,I Mb. C hQ\\ PLAID tl.l!
len Harris, and Adam Harris, Raymond Scott, Charles Railey,i PEACHE 29 ; 1 I STAMPS II
High Springs; Harry Rehberg, Maria Stassinopoulos,'Gross Lee ; 1:: With A Purchast of
High Springs; Frank Fra n c e, i Still, Robert Colson, Thomas 1: J SLICED can 1 With 2.50 Purchase of I
Melrose; Maxwell Bogue, Palat--Stance ii School
Supplies ;
ka; Lillian Plummer,:'Reddick; -POLICE, FIR&- REPORT SPECIAL ANN PAGE Fine Quality
Mae Frazier,._Alachua; Carl JAX $.2t.61 I
'AccidentRoundup ,, Coupon Good Thru Aug. 31 r
HombeVg; Cedar Key; Wilkes r
Wetbury,,Palatka; Lindsy Whit- Involved in accidents icport- I.. : i, a l4iR._____J
tington; Hawthorne; Mark Rich- ed the Gainesville Police: quart -------, ---. -..------,
by MAYONNAISEFANCY 45 ......._. ..
ardson, Evinston; Dorothy Bar- Department and Alachua County -I I jar i.P .................' !'1

ber Cross'City., McIntosh; Larry Hendrix, 24 t hours Sheriff's were Office: in the past I'' : : &b'U PIAID14Ox. 1 ..i

DISCHARGED Jay A. Steinberg, 306 NE 5th I Ann Page Zesty TomatoKetchir A&P Fancy Grade 'A'Fruit Green Giant Cream Style Corn or ; STAMPS N,i
Ave., and Maxine Bennett, 1130 1-lb. 13-oz. -*. $ 00 : With A Purchase of t
Golda Altha Hamilton,
Chipps NE 5th Ave., in a parkinglot 3 Bottles 49c CocktailNutley .Can 39c Sweet Peas 8 Cans 1 i; Hot Shot !
Linda Carswell, Hoover
Cheryl in the 1000 block of N. MainSt. I et Bug Killer . .. 89c ;! I
Jane Taylor, James Courtney, Libby Colored (Solids) Green Giant Mexicom or. : ft.;
Mrs. Alice Hough and baby at 12:49 p.m. yesterday. j 45-z. 1-Lb. 7.0z. 00 ; JAX >t-nu :
boy, Mrs. Molly Rehberg and William G. Haughton Jr.,I Tomato Juice . C n 29c MargarinePasteurized 2 Cto:. 27c Niblets i Corn 8 Cans $1 !l.y Coupon Good Thru Aug. 2* I!I

Mrs. Willie Johnson, 1018 NW 36th Ter., and John :1t .. ..:mIKI: .
baby boy : :
A&P Frozen Golden Cheese SpreadChed0Bit Block Flag Ant & .___... :.
B. Smith, Winter Park, at W. ------------------------------
Otto Yoelchner, Viola McClain,
10Oz. Lb. H-Oz.
Margaret Griffin, Mrs. Mer- Univ. Ave. and 10th St. at 9:58: Cut Corn 2 Pk 27c 2 79c Roach Bomb 77C __
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lone Birchfield and baby girl, p.m. yesterday.Scott f.- .: .tlC. 91
Marzilla O'Steen, Homer Rol- L. Anderson, G30: NE: 1 rt
lins, Leonard Griffin Lucille 11th Ave., and C. Rain, 3477 1: NEW SWEET JUICY WHITE SEEDLESS if".1! &b11 PLAID ,?
Martin, Jimerson Cr o eke r, NW 10th Ave., at NW 5th Ave.I t STAMPS Mi
Myrtle Lassiter. and 13th St. at 4 pjn. yester SAVE sv, If! With A Purchase of "I!

August 25, 1961 day.Linda REDUCED, _': GRAPES :m Ann Pe.Onion er 3'/i-o.. pic,. !*r
BIRTHS S. Butler, Newberry,! at A&P ITEMS ; Garlic Salt. . 19c
and a parked car owned by Robert : r y' ''ti f2 Di
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barber, Tyson, 1104 NE 25th Ter.,i I h, /Ii JAX 12919 -i/
Good Thru
Coupon Aug. 2t
Box 257, McIntosh, a daughter; in the 700 block of NW 6th St.,' Cleaner 28-oz. bottle :... .. ii'I
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Douglass, at 2:52 p.m. yesterday. I' MR. CLEAN . . .. 69c ; t ;,
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670 NE 23rd Blvd., a daughter; Cletis M. Beach, 1427 NE 12th Cleanser .14-oz. ;yt1" LB.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sanders, .St., and Frank A. Teague, Hastings -I AJAX . . 2 for 33c cans .,' $ 1
at SW 2nd St. and 2nd ;/
3505 NW 6th St., a son; Mr. fjf ,
I and Mrs. Roger Williams, 1952: Ave. at 1:45 p.m.Palalka yesterday.Fred and. BAB-0 Cleanser . . 2 21oz.for 49c.cons /11r .,
E. Ellis, .
NW 3rd St., a daughter; Mr. and I g.EASTERN ROUND WHITE BULKPotatoes I '
Jack A. Dowling, Bostwiclf, at Cleaner 1lb.
Mrs. Marion Whiteford, 1030 SE "" "
SPIC N' SPAN . . 29c
3:30: on S. R. 20 almosta
+ 3rd Ave., a son; Mr. and Mrs. p.m. I
Thomas Allen, 3101 SW 34th St., mile east of Hawthorne.Fire Bath Size Bars I "\ I
Calls CAM.A S AP..2bars29c \
a daughter.ADMITTED 10 Ibs. 49' ".
At 3:16 p.m. yesterday, trash Both Size Medium Bar
Eugene Olen Kitchens, EuniceA. 'Tire at 1703 E. Univ. Ave IVORY SOAP . . lOc
At 5:09: p.m. yesterday, trash I .
Robert Lee .Col-
Rd. .,. ,. ,
fire at 5th Ave. and Waldo j.- ""'
son Jr., Mathilda Anne West- 2 BARS 21c
? 300 Ct.
berry, Charles V. Railey, Raymond Regulorize. Fiill:1pQIke; ;; ... 47c
L. Scott, Maria Stassino- I Air Conditioning LUX SOAP . 2 BARS 21 c I" 8'/2"xH"Storlike ISO Ct .
poulas, Glenda Jean Sanders BY FEDDERS Tomato Soup 10'h-oz. cons PRUNES 2 Ibs. 29 U Typing Paper . 39c6"x9" : I
Arlene Marie Williams, Mark I CAMPBELL'S . 2 for 23c Storlike
Holder, Helen Marie Rowl e y Add central air conditioning to Steno Pad 75 ct. 23c i.
hot air central I heating Ori Maid Frozen 6-oz. cons
Geneva K. Holloway, Wan da .,' 8"x10" Storlike+ 100 Ct
Elaine Curtis L. Stew- i have both installed .t big DELIGHT 5/89c Sunshine Instant Coffee 30c Off Lobel
Lindsey savings. : Pencil Tablet 23c .. ,

art Daniels, Alene, Dr.Markham Harold Hume, LofS., ..!r FREE CALL ESTIMATES KLEENEX Facial Tissue . . .box. of 39c 600 CHEEZE-ITS 6t Oz. pkg 21 c Nescafe io-oz.jor 1 .45 I I Binder Starlike' Loose. 1 leaf V each 67c .'

Rollene F. Dell, Mrs. Loretta Allen Bathroom TissueDELSEY Chicken of the Sea Noblscot Graham | Pkg. of 12 ::
-, Mrs. Jenny Lynn Rabon Ray French'sAIR . 2 Roll Pack 25c Crackers Pencils pkg. 29cAND ::ii>:'"
Martha Ellis, Julia Worthy, al1 CONDITIONING and Armour Star Vienna 4-oz. cons Light i Tuna 6Vz Oz. Can 35 C i-u pkg. 33 C MANY WORE ;;VALUE PRICES .

r of Gainesville; Rose Kyles, Hig' HEATING SERVICE SAUSAGE . . 2 for 45c Chicken of the Sea Rich's Frozen. _,

Springs; Mary F.-Chapman- -, 714 N.W. 23rd Blvd. 2.3705 Dintv i Moore Vi-lb. can White i Tuna 6Vz Oz. Can 41 c Choc. Eclairs 7.0z. WvzmBmmu'w.mm'mm4VC .ii li**:
I BEEF STEW . . .. 49c Pkg. ,?.
HormeJ Howard Johnson Frozen
SPAM . 12-Oz Can 49c Corn 1 10V2.0Z. Price fci thin *4 .r. good
Most raw ar Toasties I Pkg. 29c aS Ye Only PlaiiTStamps through S.wrd.Y August,+ 29.

r- .fief Fine Gifts Faster
grownjh; ra ShorteningSNOWDRIFT New! with Ammonia 601 SW 2nd Ave.
HANDY ANDY Close Mon. thru Wed.,
7 PM.
15-Oz. Bottle 39C Close T hur & Fri.,
8 P.M.

3-LB. Can 65C 2S-Or. Bottle 69C 2 8-Oz. Pkgs. 29C Close Saturday 7 P.M. J

: is refined mt.
- Detergent Allsweet Tetley Instant CoffeeSANKA Hills Hooemect & Gravy 9-Oz. Cold

ISc Off Lobel I
2c Off Label With Thermal Coffee Mug

1 Giant Pkg. 64C 1 l-Lb. Ctn. 25C 1 16 For Only 2/C 5-Oz. Jar* .39 1 4 14.Oz. Cans 89C Pkg. of 40 49C


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10 Gainesville Sun Wednesday August 26 1964

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UJUEI1Efl f m t Mexican Visitor ABOUT PEOPLE Mix & Match<

Miss Elizabeth Gaddum of in Los Angeles for the' opening with color

New York City, who has been of school. They have divided coordinatedtSINGER
visiting her mother, Mr!. Leonard I. their: visit with Mrs. Gad
W. Gaddum, on her va- dum, Mr. Savige's parents in
THE TODAY, August 26 cation, returned over the week- St. Petersburg, and Mrs. I

f ffflIL) I L Y Miss Dessert Nancy- bridge Pepper honoring fianceeof end.Here also for the past sev- Jerry The Gaddum.family assisted their Fabrics

eral weeks have been Miss : mother in moving'back ta her
Women's Editor John Carswell, Hazel-
Ruth Wcimer
Gaddum's twin sister, Mrs. home at 1704 NW 7th Avenue
wood, N. C., 8 p.m., Mrs. C. A I I
John Savige, with Mr. Savige last week.
T. Ayers, Mrs. Asa Cox and
and daughters, Elizabeth and
Parties Mrs. Kenneth Hodge at the
Pre-nuptial Katherine. The Savige family
Cox home 811 NW 37th Ter- k
race. plans to return to their homeBridge -
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Fete Miss DavisFirst THURSDAY August 27 ;
Coffee feting Miss Martha 4 w

Jane Edwards, bride h electof I

of a week's round of the calling hours.Luncheon Doug Davis of Valaosta,
pre nuptial courtesies honor- Today Ga., Mrs. Gus McGriff 1020 a By JOHN E. CRAPS e Studio of the Dance

ing Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis, Today Mrs. A 11 e n Y. De- NE Third. i Mrs. B. M. Tench and Mrs.H. .
Washington, D. C., whose wed- Laney entertained with a lunch- Luncheon honoring Miss L. Breland were the winners
ding to Dr. Arthur C. Aikin Jr., eon at the Gainesville Golf and Dorothy Jeanne Davis, bride- u1 North-South in the Monday eve-, The wonderful hoppy things discipline for the of body dancing and character does many ofa

also of Washington, will be an Country Club to compliment t to-be of Dr. Arthur C. AikinJr. r- ning master point game of the, child. Among these beneifts con be found good
event of Saturday night was Miss Davis.Centering. ., both of Washington, D.C., Gainesville Bridge Club with 107 posture poise groce, as well cs the intangible
given yesterday morning.Mrs. the table was a 1 p.m., Mrs. Marvin A. match points. There were nine but all-important mental factors such as
shyness ,self-corsciousness: and over
white ironstone cupid fgurine Brooker, 2244 NW Sixth Place. and one half tables in play and overcoming aggressiveness Good dance training provides an
C. H. Gilliland enter- in shades of Lake honoring Miss the outlet.
filled with roses party average score NorthSouthwas emotional expression through a healthy
tained with a coffee at her pink. Margaret McClamroch and 96, East-West 854.
Dancing alsocreotes on interest in all the arts,
home when guests were limited Places were marked for the her fiance, Dr. Surinder Mehta thus opening. to the child the vast, wonderful
to neighbors and long time bride to -be, her mother, Mrs. both of Philadelphia, Miss Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs world of culture.

friends of the bride elect. Davis; her sisters Miss Ruth- Elise Jones at her summer ,--- J. E. Moore were second Joni's methods hove been richly rewarding in
.. with 105 P. A. Johnson and .
The hostess presented corsages -anna Marie and Miss Mary Ellen home, Lake Santa Fe. JayA. providing this stimulus to many students in
Explaining the designs on Mexican silver trayto .
Jones Jr.
of white carnations to Miss Davis; her cousin, Miss i Miscellaneous shower com- were third with Gainesville since 1960.
Davis and her mother Mrs. Barbara Simpson, York, N. Y.; plimenting Miss Betty Ann her hostess Mrs. J. M. McClamroch is :Miss Maria 1034, and Mrs. W. D. Macdon-h I
aid and Mrs. L. H. Robbins FULL TERM BEGINS
George K. Davis, and a gift of Mrs. Charles Sorrells, Mrs. J. Sisler, fiancee of Thomas Dun-
Elena Guerrero of Teleloaphan, Mexico who has fourth with 101.
an electric clock to the hcnoree. B. Thoman, Mrs. Harry Phil- can Rider of Minneapolis, 8 ,
Mrs. R. J. Williams and TUES., SEPT. 8
White carnations, adorned pott, Mrs. C. H. Gilliland, Mrs.J. p.m., Mrs. Ernest Cox and her been visiting in Gainesville a month. She has been
with tiny silver bells and minia- P. DeLaney and Miss Gay daughter Miss Mary Mar- Mrs. C. W. Beasley led the East- REGISTRATION-SIPT. 1.4, 2:00-6:00
ture bride and bridegroom figures -Hunter. garet Cox, 2159 NW Ninth the houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. McClamroch, Miss West field with 1114, followedby

in a silver bowl centered Corsages of small white orchids Avenue. Edith Pitts and is now visiting Mr. and Mrs. FletcherN. .Van with A.1014 May Miss and Rufus Carol HeathJr. Rupert Phone 372-3569
; the lace covered serving! table. were presented to the [ i}
mother, FRIDAY August 28 Baldwin Jr. A teacher of English in the Tele- and Mrs. R. W. Jones with
Mrs. Harry M. Philp-.tt and bride elect and her
406 E. Ave.
93, and R. I. Johnson and D. W. J University
Mrs. Allen Y. DeLaney presided -by Mrs. DeLaney, who also Bridesmaids luncheon feting loaphan junior high school grades, Miss Guerrerois Bowman with 91.
at the silver service during presented Miss Davis a gift. Miss Dorothy Jeanne Da-
a vis, bride elect of Dr Ar- a close friend of Mrs. McClamroch's cousin, Mrs.H. The club will meet again al t [/' .., 1
7:30: this evening at the
thur C. Aikin Jr., both of Holiday -
A. Love missionary teacher in Mexico. 1 Inn. Visitors are invited.
Mrs. Hubert HumphreyMost Washington, D. C., by the
I bride's mother Mrs. GeorgeK. I

Davis and her daught e rs, S
Relaxed Democrat Miss Ruthanna Marie and i SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE

Miss Mary Ellen Davis, 1 p. A

Nrm Dark mbnt I daily on the sand in front of m., ,1890. House_of. Ocala. .
Ey NAN ROBERTSON I the Shelburne Hotel. At home for Miss Margaret

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sen. Eugene McCarthy, another McClamroch and her fiance, utt"1 FAMILY
Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey is possibility for the vice Dr. Surinder Mehta of Phila- ALWAYS FIRST Qr
acting like the most relaxed I presidential nomination, also delphia, preceeding wedding /
Democrat in Atlantic City. J las quarters in the Shelburn. rehearsal, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- i
Almost everybody else is still Meanwhile Sen. Humphreylas ley L. West and Mr. and Mrs. t
scurrying about playing the I been working and talkingmd John L. R. Grand at the West I

"who's got the veep?" game moving furiously, as usual, home, 1907 NW Tenth Avenue.
(They were reduced to asking Luci Baines Johnson yesterdayand Serene and Modest Miss Margaret McClamr o c h
she answered "It is not my Mrs. Humphrey is in serene, and her fiance, Dr. Surinder NO! NOT THE
1 Mehta, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. .. t
place to say"). ow-key contrast to her bubb-
But not Muriel Humphrey. I ing, bouncing husband. Her Harp, uncle and aunt of the I s,, REAL THING BUT
She said calmly today after'nanner is modest and her bearing bride, 314 NE Fifth Avenue. I
the question was put to her, i natural. She has a simple Rehearsal dinner honoring
"we're still on the other side J hairdo with fluffy bangs, bobbed Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis i i iiiii- f I I mock
of what's going to happen. The I short about her ears, and and their son, Dr. Arthur C.
decision has to be made by the arge]: pale eyes. Her sentences Aikin Jr., both of Washington, I I
President." I end; to trail off at the end al- D. C., 6 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. .
Family Decisions I though the thought she intends Arthur C. Aikin of Gettysburg, croc. .

Her decisions are confined( j to convey is clear. She often ref Pa., Holiday Inn. }

she said, to wondering wheth I fers to her husband as "Sena- SATURDAY, August 29 Favorite Slip-On's Give MEN'S BRUSHED Your ticket to Fall fashion
er she should go to the beach :tor," without using the article PIGSKIN SPORT simulated crocodile jac
with the children at 1 o'clock or "the." Wedding of Miss Margaret I Long Wear, Comfort AND CASUALS cents in these smart* suppffflats .
2; whether she should grantan She seemed the soul of forth- McClamroch of Philadelphia, brushed fcith I leather croc textured-uppers,
interview today or soue oth- rightness today as she fixed her Pa., daughter of Dr. and composition soles. Sizes 5 Vi
er time; or whether ifs worthit eyes on a visitor and declared -I Mrs. James M. McClam- 999 6 to 12 B, D 799 to 9 B. Perfect match--our

to try to "keep up with Hu : roch, and Dr. Surinder K. plastic lustable handbag shoulder with strops ad-

bert." "I can honestly say to you Mehta of Philadelphia, son of sizes B 7-11Vz; C, D, E, 6.12 Brushed pigskin up- i three spacious compartments -
The answer on the last one that neither Senator nor I wouldbe Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of The style, perfect fit, 'n long lasting quality pers. Cushion crepe k Designed for the
is "no." disappointed if he were not New Delhi, India, 10:30 a.m., tells you they're Penney's own! Get soft, rubber soles and heels. r campus and casual life!
Since Saturday, the silver chosen. His life as senator: has home of the bride's parents. smooth leather uppers, leather lined vamp Steel shanks-cement e
haired Mrs. Humphrey and her been so full and so gratifyingand Luncheon for bridal party 'n durable composition sole! Plus Goodyear construction. San i Wi- 599
four offspring Nancy, 25; there's so much work therein and out of town guests immediately welt construction and sturdy steel shank. In tized. In bark brown

Hubert III, 22, known as ( the Senate) to be done thatit following, bride's I brown 'n brownstone! and grey. -j.-$ -
"Skip;" Robert, 20, and Doug would still be a very ful! and parents hosts at the Gaines- I
las, 16 have been spread out interesting life." ville Golf and Country Club.

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theory behind the Volkswagen around a doorpost. PENNEYCHARGE
Station Wagon is simple: the box. And our bock door is too big to fit
Inside the box there is almost twice through the back door of a regular
os much room as there is in a regular wagon., MULTICOLORED
station wagon. If you'd like to just sit bock and enjoy i JUST A BRUSH GIRLS PATCHWORK- ACCOUNT
Now. What kind of dumb theory oil the extra room there are 21 windows LOVE GO FOR NYLON
would give you all that extra room and and one very large sunroof.no 'N SUDS CLEANS ITALIANLOOKSLIPONS VELVET SHOES SO SMART! TODAY.
extra way of getting to it? And that can turn a very routine trip I THESE SOFTIES!
Sowe punched our theory full of holes. ,. to a supermarket into a picmc. 399
One on the side is 4 (feet wide. If you measured it, you'd find that, 599 SHOP .
That way, you don't have to lose there ore more holes than theory. 499 399

your mind trying to angle, soy, a rocker That's the theory. S-10AA6oB PENNEYSMONDAY
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MILLER-BROWN MOTORS Supple brushed pigskin leather uppers. Flex- j just brush them pers! Comfy cushion
leather uppers are so ible close edge Pen- l'new1I! Nylon velvet crepe rubber sole end AND
easy-care! They come tred outsoles. Real upper with leather leaf heel, tapered toe de,
INC. a.mooaat.MALU clean with brush and neat. trim. Crepe soles. sign! Multicolors of FRIDAYTILL
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ncnesvilte Sun -Wednesday, August 26, 1964

MINISTERS, DEACONS band, father and grandfather, Temple will attend this meeting. an FMC senior from Clewiston.i way tickets
UNION TO MEET John Tomlin'who departed this Misses Mary Jane Cutter and Fla., who will be an intern Ine "Summer Education in

of Special Interest The first division of the 'Ministers .. life three years ago today. Signed Marva L. Souder will repre- teacher this year, and Deborah :St. Augustine" tutorial projectwas
ems and Deacons Union, aux. Estella Tomlin, wife, Dor- sent the Y's and Buds of Mosley, an FMC sophomore'from a spontaneous outgrowth of
of the Jerusalem Missionary othy Anderson, daughter, Van Promise departments of the Jacksonville, Fla. the national interest aroused by
iliary Association, Rev, and Dewitt Anderson, Jr. grandsons local church. Mrs. Bessie Love, The group left St. Augustine :the wave of anti-Negro violence

fo the Colored CommunityNews T. D.Baptist Davis, moderator is hereby : district president. by train Aug. 22, and is sched- 'which erupted frequently here
: called into session. It will uled to return Sept. 7. I during the year preceding pas-
I convene with the Second Morn HEALTH IMPROVED VACATION IN CONN. To help defray transportation :sage of the Civil Rights Act.

items for this page should be submitted to Rev. W. L. Souder, 1230 SE ,Waldo 'Sing Star Baptist Church, Friday costs, the local community staged Serving: as tutors were 14
Mrs. Annie Wilkerson, mother ST. AUGUSTINE A score a choir concert, mass meet students from New England Colleges -
Rd. by mail,. or by phone at 3763110. Do not send news directly to the Gainesville Sun August 28-30. Rev. W. D.
office. Dennis, pastor. of Mrs. Dorothy Newkirk, of "star pupils" from the free ing, and dance. Even so, the four from FMC, and one
Officers are as follows: President has been ill and confined to her tutorial project carried out in group left hopefully with one from[ FSU.
home for more than three Ancient City during Summer
..... ,' ., .. .... .... ,, ;. Rev. D. A. Williams;
w' 'ft I :J rt ftt- .ro.' "" : She is much im- months by New England
--4' 'M.<. &:<< :;: vice president, Rev. P. J. Cason -years. now Ivy
- I \.1.'A", "" >e 5,,r secretary, Sister Ruth Crom, proved and hereby extends League college students have .
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xe lt :, t well- treasurer, Deacon D. A. thanks to the many friends for been rewarded with two-week
_ .;.i t.tto Williams Jr., Bible instructor,, their kindness to them. Sign vacations in Westport, Conn.In .
I 4' 4; t s.t Rev. A. Jenkins; chairman oi, ed: Mrs. Annie Wilkerson and' Westport each of the Ne-
} 1 pupils will be in the font'sStudio
;' : finance, Deacon H. Gaskin; Sun. daughter. gro guests
,,. day School Supt. Deacon Frank- residents, and will be taken on i

lin; B.T.U. president, Mrs. E. ARCHER NEWS visits to Yale University, mu-
Rentz; pianist, Bro. James. seums, theaters, and talks of the DanceThe
1' 1* g Hayes;' choir president, Dea- Sunday was high day in all with Harlem civic leaders.
con 0. Johnson; chorister, Mrs.B. services in Saint James Baptist Arrangements for the trip
Gaskins; program committee Church. There were two were made by Bruce L a wder, happy. discipline of doming does many ._
wonderful things for the body and character of
Dartmouth student
chairman of solicitors, Bro. persons baptized and five accessions and residentof a child. Among these beneifts con be found good
Levi Griffin; Union Reporter, a total of seven add- Westport who took part in I posture poise grace, as well cs the intangible,
Mrs. M. E. Middleton. ed to the church. Deacon John- the tutorial program.Accompanying but all-importcnt mentpl f crs such as

LODGE IS CALLED nie Lewis, reporter, Rev. J. L. the group, overcoming shyness Good.self-corudousness dance ; and over
aggressiveness. training provides on
which will consist of and
The Pallbearers Lodge No. Middleton, pastor. boys emotional expression through a healthy outlet.
girls from 13 to 17 years of .1
54, Pride of Gainesville, w ill also interest all the ,
age; .will be two students of Dancing creates an in arts
meet at the regular place Thurs- LAKE BUTLER NEWS Florida thus opening to the child the vast, wonderful
College ,
day at 8 p.m. Fred Alexander, world of culture.Joni's .
president, Mrs. Ella Drayton, The Daily Vacation Bible who took part in the tutorial/ methods have been richly rewarding in
project. They are Lester Tate
reporter. School is being well attendedat providing this stimulus to many students in
the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Gainesville since 1960
Church. It will close Friday

Law Student From pastor.MISSIONARY. Mi
NigeriaDr. Registration of eleventh gradeof Ix & Match< TUES.. SEPT. 8

C. E. Walker, dean of the Florida A&M University School of Agricul- Lincoln High School will take with color I REGISTRATION-SIPT. 1-4. 2:00-6:00
ture and Home Economics, right, chats with Dennis Ewelukwa of Western place in the auditorium at 9:30a.m. : I MEETINGThe
Nigeria, during the latter's recent visit to the FAMU campus. Ewelukwa, who Friday August 28. At this Women's Home and Foreign coordinatedSINGER Phone 372-3569
will receive the doctorate in juristic science from Yale University, New Haven, time home-room assignmentswill Missionary Society will
Conn., early next year, was on extensive tour of predominantly Negro college be given. Persons having de- be held in Walters Memorial A.
campuses. Traveling under the direction of the U. S. Department of State, ficiencies or irregularities should !ME. Zion Church, Jacksonville 406 E. University Ave.

hisisit to FAMU followed tours of campuses in Virginia, North and South report to the registrar. Sunday at 3 p.m Mrs. MaryC. Fabrics
-Carolina and Georgia. From Tallahassee he is visiting college campuses in New Debose, Mrs. Etta Turnip- .
Orleans, Baton Rouge, La., Dallas, Texas, Memphis and Nashville, Tenn., IN MEMORIAMIn seed and Mrs. G. L. Souder, ,
and Chicago, and will return to Yale in late August. loving memory of our hus- missionary workers at Zion -

,. ;'*"f f r) I About II A SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE I

't JM "k')';:' ; People ltnilftfi FAMILY .

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# Mrs. J. E. Turlington will

go to West Palm Beach tomorrow

to attend the weddingof 4'
her granddaughter, Miss I
L Betty Nell McIntosh and Earl
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J Shaw Jr., Weldon, N. C. .
which will take place Saturday -
noon in the First Baptist
Church of West Palm Beach. f REAL THING BUT

Mrs. Turlington will driveto
Palm Beach with her son, J

Dr. Henry Turlington and his I i I mock

family, Chapel Hill, N.C., who 1
will arrive here today and .

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Dr. Turlington, pastor of
the University Baptist Churchin .
.. Chapel Hill, will perform Favorite Slip-On's Give MEN'S BRUSHED Y Your ticket to Fall fashion
the wedding ceremony and the PIGSKIN SPORT simulated crocodile accepts -
.. Turlington daughters, Lynn I Long Wear, Comfort AND CASUALS in these smart supple
flats with textured
L-h and Carol, will serve as bridesmaids n croc
O..a brushed leather uppers
for their cousin. 99 99 composition soles. Sizes 5/2!
.. _. Others assisting in the wed- 9 6 to 12, B, D 7, r to 9 B. Perfect match-our
ding courtesies from Gaines- plastic handbag with adjustable

: Yearbook EditorCyril ville will be Miss Betty Gail sizesB7-11VZiC, D, E,6'/2-U Brushed pigskin up- ;I l three spacious shoulder compartments strops-,
Turlington and Mrs. Charles The style, perfect fit, 'n long lasting quality pers. Cushion crepe AFX.k Designed for the
Wishart, also cousins of the tells you they're Penney's own! Get soft, rubber soles and heels. campus and casual life!
: Moss, a senior from Miami at Florida A&M bride. smooth leather uppers, leather lined vamp Steel shanks-cement i
: University, has been named editor-business managerof Mr. and Mrs. Wishart are 'n durable composition sole! Plus Goodyear construction. San i 59 9
the 1964-65 RATTLER, the university yearbook. visiting relatives in Tampathis I welt construction and sturdy steel shank. In tized. In bark brown

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: The theory behind the Volkswagen around a doorpost) I!

Station Wagon i simple: the box. And,our bock door is too big to fit !' RENNEYCHARGE
: .Inside the box there is'almost twice the
.. through bock door of a regular 1
as much room os there is in a regular wagon !

station wagon. If you'd like to just sit back and enjoy A SMART GIRLS MULTICOLORED ACCOUNT
Now. Whot kind of dumb_ theory ,;' oil the extra room there are 21 windows 'J, JUST BRUSH GIRLS LOVE GO FOR NYLON PATCHWORK-
: wCuld.gve! you all thai-extra room and and one very large sunroof. I 'N SUDS CLEANS ITALIANLOOKSLIPONS VELVET SHOES SO SMART! TODAY..
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a supermarket into a picnic. ,. E99 99
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(That way, you don't nave to lose there are more holes than theory.That's 499 399 SHOP
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Pan Am. StrikeIs ia' Sa' :.v

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"Super-Right" Western Heavy Beef SQUARE CUT rfI
(AP) tion by rank and file unioijiembers.
Transport workers returned today 1 "II
), to their jobs at Pan American This is expected to be completed
Airways following a strike- by the middle of nex I /11111''
ending agreement on a new labor week, the union said.
: contract.which one union official About 9,000 workers were in 1CHUCK ATc .;.;<.;.;;;.
called the best ever negotiated volved in the strike over wages,
in the industry. working conditions and fringi
The strike of AFL-CIO TransPort -benefits.
Workers Union members James J. Horst, internationa Iii
lasted less than 24 hours but vice president and director ol
crippled the airline's operationsto : the union's Air Transport Division -
foreign points from New called the contract th .
York, Miami, Washington, Seat best ever negotiated in the industry. .
tie, Wash., Portland, Ore., San : ; -
1 More Meat Specials! !!
Francisco, Los Angeles and The walkout began about 2 !
Tex. after
a.m. Tuesday negotiation s
Pan American operates no between union and management t SUPER RIGHT WESTERN BEEF LB.0 0 tf@
domestic flights. reached stalemate.The Ii
a Shoulder .
Clod or English Cut t t
The air line recalled all its union had sought wage ,

the employes agreement to duty was shortly reached.after increases working of 15 per conditions cent, and improved [:i Boneless I R oas Lb 6 9 C.:i:.:.i.:}..}.....'...................................................................................................................................'.....................................................................................................11........111.11.11................................................................1..11:1.:.........................111..11...IJI..I....
Board Chairman Juan Trippe Fringe benefits including a re
said extra planes will be operated duction in the 40-hour workweek Morton's Frozen Chicken,
ih transatlantic service to to 37& hours and more 1 liberal Turkey or Beef

accommodate any. backlog of insurance and pension''I 8 Qs. Pk9 g:::' ':,:,:@mM'-: ":::::... BEEF."N: : ,:;:* *', Hi@;',:; "Super. -Ri9h Western Beef
traffic! provisions. Pot Pies : 99cQuick ::: "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN :':;
S for : it ::'Wi: THICK I SWISS
Details of the new contract Present wages average $3.31an iJ.liiW iI111!

covering ,12,000 union members hour for mechanics, $2.55 for: Frozen ''' BONELESS CHUCK
maintenance and ground ground.service personnel, $2.83 Flounder or :Jrch. '
service personnel and flight ste- for port stewards and $475:. lilil'( BONELESS STEW tUC \11 STEAKBoneless
wards and stewardesseswere monthly for flight stewards, FILLETS 49c
not disclosed pending ratifica stewardesses and pursers. .Lb. Pkg. ::ii\ LB !I!
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GENERAL HOSPITAL Lake City; Raymond L. Roberts -With A PurcMse of Mi i
August 21, 1964 High Springs; Will iVan iam I each Liquid SweetFasweer I

BIRTHSMr. I Winkle, Melrose; Willie I SPECIAL! MARVEL Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry .. 1 12-0%. btl. I
B. Gaither, Waldo i
Mrs. 1
; Alice 1
and Louis Gutierrez,
214 B F1 vet in, a boy, Mr. and: McManus, Hawthorne; Charlie I ;1 couPOn Gaol JAx 429:Aup. 2t:)1)1I j
Mrs. Floyd Pridgeon, 4546 NW: Strong, Chi efland, Fla.; Mrs.
13th Beulah A. Ergle, Island Grove. I 9 a I. C j
SU.a.girl Mr. and Mrs. 39
ICE I MILK I ---------- -- ----- -.:=::
Mark R.. Gordon, Rt. 4, Box DISCHARGEDMrs. 2 ctn. "UI ,"
2982 E, a:boy, 'Mr. and Mrs Edna Albritton and
Stanley Schank, 3809 SW 37th I daughter, Mrs. Vera Collins, irtTcI'
Ave., a boy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Vivian Taylor and daughter SPECIAL! PICKLE PATCH Hamburger SLICED DILLS or WHOLE j .& _
T. Caruso,. 3128'NW 21st St.; a Frank E. France, Miss; ,
boy. Pamela Spache, Reathea Vick- : 2Canlot::: :: :hU.2 oI /
.ADMITTED, ors, Mrs. Edith Edelstein, '!Eula j l-pint I -os cons I/
Mrs.Diane.Gordon, Mrs. San, Mae Spann and daughter, Mrs.I I DILL PICKLES 6 25' i Pork.,& Beans 2 for 35c I' I
dra ShankMrs.. Gail 'White- Mary Jo Ford and daughter, = / JAX "t9.6/ I ,
ford, Mrs. Joan Caruso, Kath- Arnold Parker, Mrs. Linnie E. J.jar I Coupon Good. Thru. ...Aug.- 29 s
leen Dickman, Kathleen Mc- Beck, Mrs. Edna Roberts, Mrs.I < -
Roberts, Bessie Weintraub, Maude Glass, Mark Richardson, -:::.
SPECIAL! A&P Fancy Grade "A" Yellow Cling ,. :. :
George Barfahona, Frances Florence Woods, Jefferson Harrison .
Johnson, Lottie Bigham, Marion Orby Lee Parks, Larry i rrba.iiUl
Christian, all of Gainesville; Al Hendrix, Mathilda Westb err y, Mb.
len Harris, and Adam Harris, Raymond Scott, Charles Railey,: PEACHESSPECIAL 13-oz. 29t 1 STAMPS
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High Springs; Harry Rehberg, Maria Stassinopoulos, Gross Lee I : With A Purchase of '
High Springs; ,Frank Fra nee, Still, Robert Colson, Thomas. SLICED can i With $2.50 Pur c host of I
Melrose: Maxwell Bogue, Palat- Stancel. ,-.. .. i s
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Mae Frazier, Alachua; Car]l .r.. T wiv* f't"ll ?. -- .. jxtiu*** J 1
Homberg; Cedar Key; Wilkes I Accident Roundup f t--i S ,
yetbu y, Palatka; Lindsy Whit Involved in accidents Eepor quart" .. _______
tington, Hawthorne Mark Rich- ed the Gainesville Police .---------
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by MAYONNAISEFANCY 45 r ._......a. 1
ardson, Evinston; Dorothy Barber Department and Alachua County jar i i
McIntosh; Larry Hendrix- ,I Sheriff's Office in the past fft&bU PLAIDSTAMPS
Cross 24 hours were: : =
City.DISCHARGED ; Jay A. Steinberg, 306 NE 5th I Ann Page Zesty Tomato A&P Fancy Grade 'A'Fruit Green Giant Cream Style Corn or :;:1 tI'" >> ;i iI'
Golda Chipps, Altha Hamilton,.Ave., and Maxine Bennett, 1130' 14-0s, 1-Ib. 13-oz. 8-0s. $100 : With A Purchas .or t
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K I 3 49c Cocktail 39c Sweet Peas 8
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Linda Carswell, Cheryl Hoover, NE 5th Ave., in a parkinglot I' Bottles' Can Cans SHot i
in the 1000 block of N..Main g Killer . .. 89c ,
Jane Taylor, James Courtney, Libby Nutley Colored (Solids) Green Giant Mexicom or :'I .
Mrs. Alice Hough and baby St. at 12:49: p.m. yesterday. Tomato Juice 45.Oz. 29c 2 1-Lb. 27cSAVE Niblets Corn 8 7-0z. $1 00'I Coupon Good JAX.I.29._u .... p i:
boy, Mrs. Molly Rehberg and William G. Haughton Jr.,i Can MargarinePasteurized Ctn:. I Cans Ii 1 Ii

baby boy, Mrs. Willie Johnson, B.1018 Smith NW,36th Winter Ter.Park, and, at John W.II A&P Frozen Golden Cheese SpreadChed0Bit Black Flog Ant & :.._____..__i_.___._..__:__.___-_---------------.1=a:_"" :1
Otto Voelchner, Viola McClain,
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Margaret Griffin, Mrs. Mer- Univ. Ave. and 10th St. at 9:58 1 Cut Corn 2 27c I 2 79c Roach Bomb 79c __
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lene Birchfield and baby girl, p.m. yesterday. I II .,.aa..lIIJ1t. t
Marzilla O'Steen, Homer Rol I Scott L. Anderson, C30 NE I 1
lins, Leonard' Griffin, Lucille 11th Ave., and C. Rain, 3477! NEW SWEET JUICY WHITE SEEDLESS 25&ba iil 1
Martin, Jimerson Cr o eke r, NW 10th Ave., at NW 5th Ave.i :j STAMPS
Myrtle Lassiter. and 13th SL at 4 p.m. yester I WithAPurchlSlO' Ii i!
August 25, 1964 day.Linda GRAPES Ann Pogt Onion 0' 3 Yl-0&. Pkg. nJ
BIRTHS S. Butler, Newberry,I atAP ITEMS Garlic Salt . 19c i
and a parked car owned by Robert I .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barber, Tyson, 1104 NE 25th Ter., ; = Coupon Good JAX 1-29-Thrv< Box 257, McIntosh a daughter; in the 700 block of NW 6th St., I Cleaner 28-oz. bottle 1 ,
Mr and Mrs Mitchell Douglass, at 2:52 p.m. yesterday. MR. CLEAN . . .. 69c .
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K7JN HE 23rd JSJxA, a ag&ar;. CJt'v"JL BParb, al27 J>E}?t \ LrDnSM 4- t.a 19
Mr and Mrs Wilfam Sanders,'St., and Frank A. Teague, Hastugs -!i h.sh .. .. . 2 (<3<,5z. cons<: .., ,. IB. 3
'f l' < ,,. ")' '' Ava. a1 S:4S pm. yt::) J'"b4)J. Gea<:\sec Z\-l>2. cons ;;>I ,
anfi b5 'I t> t' )})b 1m, 'lYlJ1V BAB-O .
Fred E. Ems, Paa x.1.' and 2 for 49c. I
]\ Jrd Si'; a daughter; Mr. and S ..
Mrs. Marion K'htteford, 1030 SE Jack A. Dowling, Bosfwfci, at I II t Cleaner 1-Ib. olc.g.EASTERN ROUND WHITE BULKPotatoes :;
3rd Ave., a son; Mr and }y5rs. \..!(\ pm.: on S. R. 'Ifl almost SPC( N' SPAN 29c
Thomas Allen, 3101 SW 34th St.,, a mile east ot Hawtho: e. : Both Size BarsCAMAY : : I -
a Fire Cans SOAP 1 bars Z9c 10 Ibs.49r
daughter.ADMITTED rash
At 3:16 p.m. yesterday Both Size MedIum Bar
Eugene Olen Kitchens, Eunice fire at 1703 E. Univ. Ave. IVORY SOAP . lOc
A.; Douglsss, Robert Lee Col- At 5:09: p.m. yesterday, trash Regular SizePALMOLIVE FRESH FIRM RIPE ITALIANPRUNES c- I
fire at 5th Ave. and Waldo Rd. .
son Jr., Mathilda Anne West. 2 BARS 21 c 8"xtQY1" Starlik- 300 Ct.

berry, Charles V. Railey, Raymond Regular Size Pilfer Paper ... 47cli
L. Scott, Maria Stassino- Air Conditioning LUX SOAP .2 BARS' 21 c C 8V4"xll"Srar/ke/ 150 Ct.
poulas,_ Glenda Jean Sanders FEDDERSAdd Tomato Soup 10'l2-oz. cans 2 Ibs. 29 ,. Typing Paper . 39c =
Arlene Marie Williams, Mark I CAMPBELL'S . 2 for 23c :-; 6"x9" Storliks
Holder, Helen Marie Howl e y central I air conditioning to Minute Steno Pad 75 et. 23c .
Frozen 6-oz.
Geneva K. Holloway, Wanda hot air central heating Or ORANGE cans 8"x 10" Storlike 100 Ct. !I!
Elaine Lindsey, Curtis L. Stewart ) hove both. installed at bigsavings. Sunshine Instant Coffee 30c Off Lobel! Pencil Tablet . 23c

Daniels, Alene, Dr.Markham Harold Hume, Lon, :Jr S.: FREE CALL ESTIMATES KLEENEX Facial Tissue . . .box. of 39c 600 CHEEZE-ITS 6* Oz. Pkg',21 c Nescafe. 10.Oz. ,Jar 1 1.45 \ \, Binder Starlike Loose. 1 Leaf t I ":each 67c .":o.:

Rollene F. Dell, Mrs. Loretta Allen Bathroom TissueDELSEY Chicken of the Sea Nabisco GrahamCrackers Pkg. of 12Pencils
Mrs. Jenny Lynn Rabon Ray French'sAIR .2 Roll Pack 25c .- ... pkg. 29c "-
Martha Ellis, Julia Worthy al' CONDITIONING and Armour Star Vienna 4-oz. cans Light Tuna 6* oz. can 35 C 1 i-Lb. kg. 33 C (AND MANY MORE ArVAUje PRICES -HShortening

of Gainesville; Rose Kyles, HigT HEATING SERVICE SAUSAGE . '..2 for 45c Chicken of the Sea Rich's Frozen x \rc-\ _.... .

Springs; Mary F. Chapman--, 714 N.W. 23rd Blvd. 2-3705 I BEEF Dinty i Moore STEW . ./ :-Ib.. 49c can White Tuna 6Vz Oz. Can 41 c Choc. Eclairs -oz.. Pkg 49c __. .

Hormel Howard Johnson Frozen

SPAM . 12-Oz Can 49c Corn T 10V z. < -b ,his *d ar good
Most raw ;ugalrlrownin oas ies Fk 29c Save Only Naif Stamps'r ttirougH Saturday. August 2*.
New! with Ammonia 'l ??... &*.Fine Gifts, Faster 601 SW 2nd Ave.
HANDY ANDY, Close Mon. thru Wed.,

1 1a 1S-Oz, Bottle 39C 1 Jrjarkets Clo.$!:.Tbun. & Fri.,

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Wednesday, August 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun );

.f I Mims-Oliver Wedding Held \ K.E.O. Club Takes FruitCakeBake cool. Scoop out the center of prettily. Use the cake crumbs

a white cake in a the cake and fill with fruit leftover in a custardy bread I

Tour of PlantK. round layer cake and and whipped cream; garnish I pudding.
F The marriage of Miss Martha. taffeta, styled with a chapel- de soie with matching accesso- Sperry pan
Dianna Oliver, daughter of Mr.I length train, trimmed with ries. The mother of the bride- I '
and, Mrs. F. D. Oliver ol f: appliques of seed pearls and groom wore on emerald green E. 0. Club members and that the membership drive will\
r Gainesville and Mervin Carroll)I white sequins. Her illusion veil shantung dress, with comple- guests toured the Sperry Rand continue through October. I
< Mims, son of Mrs. G. K. Lane: fell from a pearl tiara. She mentaryaccessories.. Each had 'Corporation,plant in Gainesville Anyone wishing further information :
of Orlando, and the'late Carrol:I carried a bouquet of white an orchid corsage. at their recent evening meet- should contact Mrs. lot-,
A social hour followed. : "' ...,
ing. tis Adams, vice president and
Edward Mims, was solemnizec I roses centered by a white 0 fI HOLLYWOOD1JiA
j in the Parkview'Baptist'Churct.I chid. 'Her necklace was a pearl Brothers Are Ushers The tour was given by special membership chairman. ji
Billie J. Glover of Naples,
'1 Saturday evening. solitaire, given to her by the served as best man. Ushers I arrangement with Sam Mr. and Mrs. Adams entertained \
Rev. Robert D. Scarborough, bridegroom.t brother oi Berry, industrial relations man club members and 1>heir
Michael Oliver
were .
'* director of JJ>e Bapibt Si d ellJ t l t ; ? Josephine Bryant wasj tbt br'sd4, an Jae Swaliori3 aI t :ag r-. Mrs. Ciaiwice Feagte: far'v it a gel t.ll213je(1
Union at the Umveroty of FJoi -}maid : rids, officiated at the cere- home earlier in the monfhaMeringue 1
Bridesmaids were Miss Beverly Master Patrick and Master Tour guides were Frank Pac,I Lace
t 1: mony. Gitien water ol Kingsport, Robert Oliver, younger brothers I employment chairman, and a / I
r'I, A musical program was Tenn., and Miss Judy Beckerof oi toe bride, were junior 'Richard Hainsberger, security: TipIf r 3.95!

given by Mrs. Wayne McDonald,I Miami. The attendants were ushers. I IMr. officer. I _..p.-
organist and Donald Ward, S o. gowned alike in floor.)ength and Mrs. Oliver enter- During a business session, your cookie type mer- I Ingenious bra design (eaves

loist. dresses of pale aqua organza tained with a reception follow- ;Mrs. Charles Johnson, president ingues aren't hard enough for your back beautifully bare. .
The altar was banked with over taffeta. Their headpieceswere ing the wedding in the social] I af the club which is composed your taste, try letting them while nylon lace Whirlpool)
white tapers, and pedestal bas- matching bows with circular hall of the church. of women employees and wives stand in a turned off oven cups shape a high, rounded
kets of white chrysanthemumsf l veils. Each carried a long- The bride's book was kept by Df I Sperry personnel announced I to cool. I profile. Petal Pusher uplifts
: and gladioli with clusters of stemmed American Beauty rose. Miss Sandra Chappell and Miss I
American Beauty roses. Little Miss Anna Marie DeLois Williams.Out ; assure superb side control

Father Escorts BrIde' Thomas, flower girl, wore a of town guests here for Tap, Acrobatics, Ballet, and separation. It's smooth
dress of aqua taffeta and carried the wedding were Mr. G. L'I Toe Jazz elegance under your lowest,
Given in marriage by her a basket of rose petals. Lane, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs.1 Twirling h barest dresses. Come be

I father, the bride wore a gownof The bride's mother chose a R. G.'Wallace, sister and brother CLASSES BEGIN { personally fitted for future enchanted
white organza over bridal, sheath of deep turquoise peauIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUUlIIIIJIIII1UIIIII in law of the bridegroom,
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)I of Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and :t
.1 Mrs. Ralph Swafford of Chatta- Register Phone 372-2589

? nooga, and Miss Katie Shaddenof I t
Going Rockwood, Tenn. 1tI

On Wedding Trip

Let Us Know After the reception, the cou- I I
ple left for a wedding trip in Nancy Jane School of Dance FoundationsShop,2nd
Southern Florida. For traveling; t I

Gainesville Area students entering colleges and universitiesfor the bride chose an off white I i 207 N.E. 7th Street Floor

the first year, or those returning to out of state schools three piece linen suit and I
will be listed Sunday, September 6.: If you wish to be includedin matching accessories. Her corsage -' I

the annual story, fill out the form below and send was the orchid from her, ____n __ _____ _________ ___ ___ __ -
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f Please print or type information. Mrs. Mims will be at home at
I .
405 Russell Avenue, Jefferson
I City, Tenn., where the bride I You Say You Haven't Seen

NAME: .-....._.___ plans to teach and the bride
groom will continue his study
for the ministry at CarsonNewIman

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EventsTODAY Would your letter i:-' "Mr Your PrescriptionIs
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thing Ilse this Our Most Pt.
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August 26 information about !; ._ vss a PILLSBURY or BALLARDS Canned BIRDS EYE: CHOPPED
your service. I would :alike ImportantResponsibility SPINACH 10ox. MIX
University Women's Club to know : Biscuits 4 39c
more about Electrolysis ; for MIX VEG. Pkg. 'EM 2/39
and Newcomers Group, Sum How it It I a i
mer Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. manent. Will it 9 r r Rely QUALITY! Ibb
hurt? Does the i0.t t 3 59c
Charles Fairbanks and Mrs. hair ,grow back? I 1_<' I Shortening can FORD HOOKS &

Alex Bednarck hostesses, has getting': 'been My darker slight problem" until and" recently.more notice.It is- Rely on SAVINGS! SHURFI FRUIT BABY LIMAS 10..:, P k 9. 2/55c
Clubhouse, West NewberryRoad. oble. I feel that with this hair GRADY No. 303
problem on my mind, it will impair C'ktail 2 4ge
my personality I do not feel BOWEN cans MEAT PIES 5/8ge
Gainesville Bridge Club, free to confide in anyone as I om Winter Garden
so embarrassed about pkg.
p.m. Holiday Edmund Dwyer Electrologist -
consultations at no cost or Toilet Tissue 25c
THURSDAY, August 27 obligation. You are assured privacy -. PHARMACY MR. G
and given professional advice
Gainesville Chapter 44, on y" ir rrmal hair prob. DEL MONTE FRENCH FRIES 2/19c
i lem. Call FR J-IOO for your appointment 9-oz.: pkg.
O. E. S. covered dish Discount
supper Drugs Catsup Hb2/39c:; _
in celebration of annual i I -- .' .
Robert Morris night, 6:30: i I Elt t'ologi 419 S.W. 8th St. CAMPBELL'S .
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1- .. V \ get a beautiful SUGAR 5 Ibs. 49c sunk* LEMONS .. . 1 dOSe 25c

(With $5.00 Order or More)
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ka 8x10'picture ,LETTUCE head .'. . . ,,
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'k You'll child. see the cutest expressions and professional
poses captured by our friendly) lady photographer. Ii .I

,I Select from finished pictures. NOT PROOFS! Extra '
'X7 finished 8x10, 5x7 and wallet size will be shown ,I
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.' Example: Wallet size less than 50( each in groupsof
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(AP) Th C
Office of Education estimate' LTA'iTh\ JfY ..
i that a record 52.9 million students .
will enroll in the nation
schools and colleges this fall.
This represents well over a 100 With Coupon No. 29 Below and Purchase of One

quarter of the U.S. population tt 11
and marks the 20th straigh l 1 h... EXTRA
year of record enrollment. Las
fall 51.6 million were enrolled. 98
dent Johnson has come up wit}: i

a labor first: a seven-membe STOR .
board to investigate three separate w

disputes involving the na, Saves You More
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ating railroad unions. \
Usually, such boards created W-D Brand SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK QUICK FROZEN
under the Railway Labor Ac '
; have three members. Sausage, f" t Lb. 3 9 PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 29TH

l All 11 unions are involved in REG. 39f COPELANDWieners U.S .., .
one dispute. They are demanding 39se .. .r \
improved vacations, holidays 2 Pk 9 s. 69'ROUND 11 r

and health and welfar BEEF SALEWhat FRESH BOSTON BUTTS : .. t
provisions.A fib
second dispute, involvingfive Pork Roast u,. 39'
of the unions, relates to sta, 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE "-
bilization of employment and
i increases. In the third dispute Can Ham $119
wage natural aging does for fine cheese and fine Can ,. ,
I six shop craft unions are r. ; ,
I demanding increased wines, it also does for the fine beef you get at Winn100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE ; ; .,,.f:,?
Dixie. It mellows and enhances the flavor of W-D Lb. $ 39 a '
Can Ham 3 2 :a. 'y jj<:V':,! : w o I
WASHINGTON (AP) Abbott Beef, and increases its tenderness, without destroying Can r '" : "" w-' w
Laboratories of Chicago f, OYItNMI J I the fine beef texture or making it soft and PLUMROSE CANADIAN STYLE .- -
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I has telegraphed doctors, clinicsand spongy; as artificial tenderizers sometimes do. Bacon 3 Can 2 \
hospitals throughout the t
country to warn of a label mix 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW .
up on some of its intravenous Baked Ham t : 69' '

solutions. Roast .__. .
This was reported Tuesday by >b. 48 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW CHIPPEDBeeforHam34SLl -
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An FDA spokesman said 4 TO 6 LB. 6 TO 8 LB. 10 TO 12 LB. AVGS. I

there;! have been no reports o f BONE SHOULDER 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK-QUIK BREADED
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"I am having to budget my

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to do the many things that still Anywhere
remain to be done." .............................;

Thus did Harry S. Truman ex .
plain why he isn't attending the .d.t-.l.: t",4., .. ...i T' iI I .Ill. .Im
Democratic National Conven ,
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CITY, N.J. (AP) 1 1 ;r,. I MIIYONNAISE 1 1 1 1 / ,, LyAPORATED ., i
Joan Kennedy says she has > 'COfFEE "" : ._
mixed emotions about her mem ..., )
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of the delegation," she said 1
upon her arrival at Atlantic City Save 28* 1-Lb. Can Save 10* Quart I 1 Giant Box 1 1 Tall 1

Tuesday band, Ted, ,"but were I with wish me.my" hus ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 :
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in a plane crash last New Easy Open Can In New Flavor-Saver Can '1 Qualty and Price '1 For a Deeper Cleaner White '1 Compare the Qualty and price '/ Famous Quality Low W-D Price ,' 2-Ply. Assorted ColonSAVE

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President Johnson's brother, 4{ EA. THRIFTY MAID Y. C. IJI I.1k&pn '" MAID'
Sam Houston Johnson, is in a $ '
hospital at this resort, suffering Peaches. 4 #2i>2 Cons 1. vO FRESH. .. FRESHfPRODUCE'0" .. I'll:'

from pneumonia and a kidney SAVE 3( EA. LIBBY GARDEN WILL BUYTHE W Jf BREAD I IceASTOR M I k GALLON 3 9 ,
infection. Sweet Peas C $ IF YOU'LL TRY OUR I ALL FLAV. y
Dr R. L. Jackson!: said Tues 0 #303 Cans L "TUNA-WICH" SANDWICHES ._ ,( ;I
day that Johnson, an Austin, (RECIPE AND DETAILS AT YOUR WINN-DIXIE
SAVE oCt EA. THRIFTY MAID Pmeopple-Gr'fruit SAVE 5.113a EA. SWEET AND JUICYDrink
Tex., attorney, is respondingwell PURE CONCORD
to treatment and will be 4 46-oz. Cans 1. Tuna 3/jCanS89' Nectarines. 2 Lbs. 39* $400 .
discharged in a few days.
Johnson was vacationingwhen a SAVE t-l/Jf EA. LlBBY'i VIENNA SAVE ]JOt. CRACKIN' GOOD THOMPSON SEEDLESS WHITE Juice. 6 6-oz.
he become ill about 10 6 cl I CANS \
days.ago. Sausage. #Y'2 Fig Bars 2 Lb. Box39t Grapes 2 .,39'SAVE .

O'Hay Granahan, treasurer Catsup ., 39' S :.:

of the United States, under SAVE 4( EA. .DIXIE DARLING REG. 2/291. DIXIE DARLING DINNER U. S. NO. 1 YELLOW t' 6-oz. I
went surgery Tuesday to make .t If C 3 89 .
Cake Mix 419-oz. $1. Rolls Onions 5 CANS I
certain that bones in an injured Pkgs. ,12.Ct. Pkg. 10' u,. 39' 1 .. .
elbow knit properly.Mrs. .
Granahan fractured the 'v
elbow and a knee when she fell E ""R ER ER sTOP

WITH TWi COUHM AK fbSOMtt V .mtTNIS(OUKM A.NO fUKHMt 0* WITH TNlS touroH N.o nocxoa OF
Treasury official said she
probably will be in the hospital I RICH'S CHOCOLATE I. ENCHILADADinners HAIRSpray
six to eight weeks.HOLLYWOOD Eclairs 2/98 JJi 2/l18 510g f r
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she'' and director Claudio Guz CTT
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'Actor James Garner is confined CHUM KINO FROZEN I4v>z. CAN ONE 3-LB. Pice.' BANTAMSWEET
to his room at a Honolulu Chow Fein i 59 Bug HOTSHOT Bomb 89 *195
hotel with virus.. '
Allen Funt, host of the CBS w 22 25 '
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sealed of their by the three court.children was Punch FROZEN HAWAIIAN 5/l Cremes BIG 6O FAMILY 49 SWIFTPREf1U" 10 EARS 5 9
Actress Jayne Mansfield filed L 23 26
suit in Santa Monica, Calif., to AT ANY WINN-DIx11 AT ANY WH4HWXIC AT AMY WIMM-MX1I 29
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& By DICK COUCH and fourth shutout for Pizarro, Luis Aparicio's two-run homer! and Lou Clinton, plus a bases-

- Associated Press Sports Writer who was a spring holdout until had helped the Orioles to a 2-0 loaded walk and wild pitch delivering -

Press and Photo Day each year when Florida's Gators i : .. .9 Juan Pizarro has been a March 25, but got off to the best lead. the runs.

gather to look pretty generally goes on to serve football potential 20-game winner since start of his career, reeling off "

fans in numerous ways. he started throwing rocks in five successive victories.The. Comeback Lee Relieved

It's probably the day that more writers and photographers Santurce, P.R., 11 years ago. Indians struck for five Whitey Ford won his first Bob Lee relieved Chance, in

are impressed, wrongly or rightly, with the UF club. Al Lopez is betting a World runs in the eighth inning, the game since July 15 when the the seventh, when the Athlciics
There's football !h1PA Series ticket that the White Sox last three on Bob Chance's two- scored their last two runs on
enthusiasm T the
probably more displayed >y Yankees came from behind with!
coaching staff which has been eager to get on with this particular lf I left-hander makes the charmed run homer and Leon Wagner'ssolo four runs in the eighth. Mickey I Doc Edwards' single, Bert Cam-
circle in 1964. shot, to overtoke Balti- paneris' triple and a pinch sin
task since the close of the previous season.It Mantle's third hit of the night, a:I
Pizarro pitched Chicago to more. gle by Manny Jimenez.

also, in the past, has been a day where many writers, : within a. game of first place Orioles starter Milt Pappas two-run double, was the key: Don Demeter's threE-run
this one included have looked at the forest time and time
Tuesday night when he blanked blow.
gave up Cleveland's fourth hit I homer in the sixth paced} De
again and missed the trees.If _
Minnesota 1-0 on a masterful of the game, a double to Tito Ford workea eight innings, troit's 15-hit attack against the

there is any single factor that an observer can look for five-hitter. The victory was No. Francona, and walked Woody leaving for a pinch hitter in the Red Sox. Demeter's 18th circuit

which will serve him in good stead, it has to. be this 17, tops in the American Held before being replaced by Yankees' winning rally. Al broke a 6-6 tie and the Tigers

League, for the 27-year-old fire- Harvey Haddix in the eighth. Downing nailed down the victory wrapped it up with two more in
bailer loweredhis
and the shutout
Max Alvis' pinch single scoredone by fanning the side in the the seventh after Carl Yastrzemski's -
earned run to a
brilliant 2.00. run, Chico Salmon singled, ninth I two-base error c-

loading the bases, and the second Dean Chance picked up his opened the gate. [.
He has never been this closeto
run crossed while Dick 15th victory of the season as the Dick McAuliffe also htJm red
the 20-victory mark before
Howser was grounding into a Angels did all their scoring in for Detroit while Dick Stuart
_..__._ though tagged "another BobFeller"
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double play. Then Chance and the fifth inning, with singles by Ed Bressoud and Bob Tillman
SOPH STANDOUT STEVE SPURRIER before he had thrown a
in Wagner connected back-to-back. Bobby Knoop, Albie Pearson connected for the Red Sox. :
Counted on Heavily by Gator Coaches pitch in anger the major


Football Drills Change Came

Juan started the 1954 Winter

one.Are the players reporting on the day before the start of League season as the Santurce

practice lean and hungry, fat and sassy or somewhere in club's batboy but wound up on
between? Set TomorrowIn the pitching staff when he disco-

vered he could fling rocks har-

der than the team's pitchers

A ProphecyThe could throw baseballs. i

GatorlandFootball Two years later he was Mil I
inauspicious start of the Gators of a year ago could waukee's prize farmhand, striking Pensacola Chemstrand ]i

have been foretold, it would appear, by the fact that the out 318 batters for the

majority of the gridders had to use the time before the Braves' Jacksonville club in the ,
with Tech and two weeks after that becomes a king tomorrow in Gatorland
opener Georgia more old Sally League. The Braves
to attain the type of conditioning so necessary to play South- when Florida's grid squad starts a grind of two-a-day had paid Santurce $35,000 for his Edges Budweiser ;21WINTER
drills with a 6:30 a.m. session.
eastern Conference football. ,
contract, but they never got a

The memory of 1960, first season of Ray Graves and Co.,' Coach Ray Graves and his I Halfback Jack Harper, fullback return on their investment. ,
HAVEN Defend Barnett All Stars send the Budweiser
aides will have 10 Pizarro and the Milwaukee by topping ,!I : Winter
days to
still sticks in the mind. has Gator turned John Feiber
Rarely a squad guard Jim
Budweiser of Haven
whip the Gators into top shape management suffered through ing champion 7-2. The All Stars bounced Barnett All Star victor -
out for a football baptismal with such fervor. That was a Bernhardt and
quarterb a c k Gainesville stumbled before the loser of the
the couldn't'ait to start before the tempo slows down four seasons with equally unim- back to eliminate Tropicanna of against
year players hitting. with the start of classes just after Tom Shannon are nursing minor pressive results. Chemstrand of Pensacola 2-1 Bradenton, 12-2, in a losers Chemstrand Painlter Poultry

This isn't a foolproof guide, though. I can remember other : Labor Day. ailments. But all are expected Finally, in 1960, the Braves last night in the state men's game at 3 p.m. tonjorrow. The

seasons when the UF gave the .impression of being a The Gators were to assemble to be ready for the opener traded him to the White Sox and Softball tourney. bracket fray. winner of this fray vrill meet the

bunch of young men filling out an equal bunch of football today for the annual Press and with SMU. Lopez made him reclamation Two runs in the third in- Today's Schedule winner of the Chemriirand-Paint-

suits. That was generally good for a gloom and doom fore- Photo Day activity at Florida Top Sophs project No. 1. Pizarro has beena ning, one unearned, held up as Today's schedule was to send er Poultry contest at 8 p.m.

cast in this space. The Gators surprised every time. They Field. It was to run from 9:30: Close attention winner ever since. the Fibermen stopped Budweis- Budweiser against Winter Haven clash tomorrow. An other gameis
will be
had fine seasons. paid Ofter Games set for 9:30 p.m. if necessary -
a.m. to noon. Graves was to address by UF coaches at 5:30 with Chemstrand and
to a group of talented er.The
in the double elimination
Elsewhere in the AL
the writers at a luncheonat sophomores who will push Tuesday setback dropped the Painter Poultry playing at 7:30:

The Fascination the Holiday Inn. the veterans for starting roles. night, Cleveland upended Gainesville club into a 5:30 p.m. tonight. At 9 will be the game event.
league-leading Baltimore 5-3; Chemstrand & 000 0 2 6-0
Chief loser's bracket game today with between Barnett All Stars and -
prospects are quarterbackSteve
20 Sessions third place New York topped Daniels Plumbing of Winter Ha- the Budweiser Winter Haven1 Budweiser OOCt. 000 1-1 6 3
All of which steers a UF fan to the inevitable conclusion Unlike the Ga- Spurrier of Johnson City, -
a season defeated
ago, Washington 4-1; Los Angeles -
that a Florida football squad is directly paralleled to situa- tors have 20 working sessions Tenn.; guard Jerry Anderson, Kansas City 5-3 and Detroit ven.Should winner. I Weston and Williams; Barnes,

tions like Hurricane Cleo, South Viet Nam, No. 1 Russian before their opener here with North Miami; tackle John Preston slugged Boston 11-6. Budweiser win, it then Tomorrow's schedule will Floyd ((3)) and Elzer.: .

Nikita K., and pretty girls. No one is quite sure just Southern Methodist on Sept. Ig, Columbus, Ga.; halfbacks Pizarro, 17-6, pitched out of a would advance to a 9 p.m.

what's going to happen and what they'll do. in a regionally telecast battle. Marquis Baeszler and Jimmy bases-loaded jam in the top of game today against the Barnett

Mabe that's why football, Gator style, holds such fascI- Last year the UF opened a Jordan of Atlanta and Tampa, the ninth before the White Sox All Stars of Homestead. It SEVERAL VETS
respectively and Graham Mc- now will take five straight wins
week ahead of schedule with ;
nation (and has for a half-century and more) for the devoted broke through lefty Dick Stig-
Keel, fullback from Lakeland. for Budweiser to repeat its 1963 i
Georgia Tech to fit the national ,
followers of the UF. man in the bottom of the inning.
TV slate. Although the mom- Graves is expected to work, toward Stigman checked the Sox on state triumph.

It's something to talk ab ut 'round here. And, boy, we do! 'tary return was adequate, a controlled scrimmage, three hits until Jim Landis led Five Run IN CUTDOWN

the game went to Tech, 9-0, and probably Saturday. No an- off the ninth with a single. One Billy Williams singled in Ken
it took the Gators two thirdsof nouncement has been made as f
i out later, Floyd Robinson sin- Burvins with the first Chem
the season to recover. yet on procedure for public gled. Bill Skowron lined out before strand run in the third last By DICK COUCH I McElhenny, who 'has gained

Mantle Heroics i Emphasis tomorrow will be on viewing of the drills. However, 10,000 since his
Ron Hansen broke it up night. Williams then moved Associated Press Sports Writer cver yard
it is expected the order of last
Florida's decision through Rookie of the Year d'ebut with
with a run-scoring hit to left. around to third on a pair of Hugh McElhenny can't recall

I Graves, to start two platooning year will"off prevail limits."with most sessions It was the 10th complete game fielders choices and scored on the last time he went jobhunting the San Francisco 49evs in 1952,

from the first practice. an error by Budweiser second was surprised when the New
Survive YanksNEW Graves feels offensive and defensive baseman Bill Campbell. in August. York Giants made his release

units can do the job although Weston held Budweiser in The King has had steady au- fart of a wholesale shatke-up.
the current rules t ?mn employment for almost 20
A second King Vfanderbilt
check until the final inning. Don ,
YORK (AP) They've to a 4-1 Yankee triumph. Sweet- short of absolute unlimited free I j Cook walked and with two away, years, the last 12 as a living legend alumnus Phil, was traded to
in the National Football
just about run out of superlatives -ening the victory was Cleve substitutions. pinch hitter Billy Godwin tripled Pittsburgh for a future draft

for Mickey Mantle. Even land's comeback 5-3 victoryover Two-Way down the right field line to plate League. choice while Joe Don Looney,

Whitey Ford, his New York Baltimore, trimming the Only in kicking situations does DETROIT Night Game Night Game Cook. But the rally stopped Today however, 36-year-old the Giants' No. 1 draft pick this
teammate and best friend, Orioles' first-place lead over the the UF coaching staff feel that I abrhbi abrhbl abrhbi CHICAGO abrhbl there. Leadoff man Tom Moore, McElhenny heads a group of year, went to Baltimcire in a

shrugs his shoulders and says: third-place Yankees to four players must be geared for Wert Lumpe 3b 2b 4211 4121 Jones Mantilla 2b If 5120 5010 Allen Rollins 2b 3b 4000 3000 Landis Buford 3b cf 4010 4120 who had two hits in three tries disappointed gridders faced witha five-player swap. The Calls also

"What can you say new about games. two-way action. Kaline rf 4242 Y'trTski cf 5111 Oliva cf-rf 4020 Robinson rf 3 0 1 0 previously, grounded out to end professional dead-end. The got tackle Lou Korouac\ and a
Demeter cf 5123 Stuart Ib 5132 Killebrew If 2000 Skowron 'b 4010
him? It's already been said 100 "We're just a different team Most members of the 85-man,! Brown If 301 L.Thomas sf4010 Allison rf-lo 2000 Hansen ss 3011 the game. one-time Ail-America and All- Giants received two veterans -

times." with Mick in there," said Ford including 25 lettermen, UF, Cash Freehan Ib c 4121 5020 Malzone Bressoud 3b ss 4122 1100 Mincher Kostro ph Ib 3000 1000 Weis Nicholson 2b If 3000 3000 Bobby Barnes started for Bud- Pro halfback) was among some pass catcher R. C. Owcais and

But Mantle never runs out of "whether he's 100 per'cent or i I squad is expected to report McLain Mc'au'fe p ss 3 1100 2 1 Tillman Morehead c p0000 4111 Versalles Hall cf ss 0000 3020 M'Nertnev Pizarro p c 3000 3 0 0 0 weiser and gave way to Harold 50 veterans and rookies sliced defensive back Andy Nehan.;

heroics. Each day, it seems, the only 50 per cent. I healthy. But halfback Jerry Rakow p 3100 Ritchie p 2000 Zim'rman c 3 0 0 0 Floyd in the third. Both teams from National and American The Giants cut five other

crippled star comes through He could hardly run over the I Newcomer, idled by an appen- Smith Horton pn ph 1000 1000 Stigman Totals p 21151 3010 Totals 30141. managed six hits. League squads Tuesday. players, including Glynn Griff-
with a standout performancethat dectomy, will be lost for another Totals 3111 15 11 Totals 37' 11 4 Two out when winning run scored. 45 Men ing, last year's No. 2 quarter
weekend in Boston but all the Detroit 222 001 200 11 ............... 000 030 006-1 In other games last night,
either starts a rally, keepsone guys wanted him in the line-I month. Boston :::::::::::::::::: 200 400 000: 4 'Minnesota Chicago ................ .. 000 000 001-1 Painter Poultry of Jacksonville The NFL dubs trimmed their back, and returned formw All-

going or breaks up the E-Stuart. Yastrzemski. DP-Detroit 1, E-None. DP-Minnesota 1, Ch CIIgo.3- moved into the division rosters to 45 men, the AFL to Pro defensive end Andy FBobus-
up. 'Boston 2. LOB-Detroit 0, Boston 7. LOB-Minnesota 6. Chicago 5. upper
game. 43. Both leagues have until Sept. telli to their active roster. Tac-
2B Kaline. Cash. Yastrzemski L. with Chemstrand
Mantle, who re-injured his left Gator Bowl 2B-Versallrs. S-Allen. Robinson.IP finals, along ,
Mantle breathed new life into 'Thomas, Stuart. HR-McAuliffe (22), 8, a week before their season kle Frank Lasky, one of the
H R ER BBSOStigman.
knee in Baltimore, missed the Demeter (18'). Stuart (29). Bressoud (13).
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I Traced Deeper ; j F/ I Rain Hampers Grid DrillsBy I

-i JAMES RUSSELLSun they were able to devote a full planned for
I game Sept. 12. 10th grade B-team and a 9th
Than Surface Writer session to offensive
44'j' Area timing. "We use this game to providea grade Junior High team. Candi-
gridders were exposedto
00: preview of dates will for
Fine Attitude our personnel to report practice tomorrow -
a scorching 'sun yesterday
the public Heard said. "I when school starts.
Niblack said he try ,
was pleased
JOE REICHLER about this
: By "The biggest thing morning, and then coaches were
... (First of Two Parts) club is that they are not playing, hard pressed to get their evening with the attitude of his forces. to evenly divide our personnel Brown Injured
: NEW YORK (AP) There as individuals. They are playingas workout in before torrenti.al He singled out players vying for the teams, and I have The Tornado mentor reportedthat

are a number of reasons for the a team. They sacrifice them- rans came. corner linebacker ond safety positions -regular officials there to call Joe Brown, a lettermanend

7 lofty American League perch selves. They help each other." on the 'Cane 5-4 defenseas things that they do in a regu- pulled a ligament in his I

currently enjoyed by the Baltimore As team the Orioles The rain drove coach Jim N examples. lar game." arm, but will be ready for action -
( a are
Orioles. Most are ap- batting in the vicinity of only black and his gridders into the "I think we have seven play The Lincoln coach said there t Monday.

parent. 250. Six clubs have hit more gym yesterday evening where ers who are about equal competing is no admission charge for the

There's the clutch hitting of home runs. But Baltimore is in Niblack went over the 'Cane defense for these positions," Ni- Terrier intersquad game, which

third baseman Brooks Robinson first." Gator Bound on the blackboard. black said. will be at Citizen's Field.

> and the slugging of now injured After the blackboard session, Mike Gibson, Dennis Leheay, .Roberts Optimistic
The accentuate the
Boog er Sam Powell Bowens.and.rookie. outfield- lack of figures trend toward a star sys- Ronald Garl of Lakeland (R) receives check for Niblack thought the rain h ad Chris Johnson, Eugene Branch, Coach Charlie Roberts of Santa -

t Robinson registration at the University of Florida from Flor- slacked sufficiently to put his Steve Tenny, Jimmy Culpepperand Fe switched to'one a day
of ern. Only among reg-
The rise 19-
V spectacular ida State Golf Association President Leon Sikes Jr. forces through some bare footed Mike Oyenarte were those session yesterday morning.
ulars is hitting over .300. Only
ytar-old pitcher Wally "
Bunker. Powell and Robinson have hit 20 Garl attends UF on a FSGA scholarship. The check running outside. who won the praise of the Roberts said he was having g

.. The continued comeback of I or more home runs. But the passing came after a successful one-ady tournamentin The rain didn't stop the 'Cane tutor. to spend more time on funda-

''deran right-bander Robin I Orioles can score when it counts Winter Haven for the FSGA scholarship fund. 'Canes yesterday morning, as Niblack also seemed pleased mentals because of the relative

Roberts. they've won 29 of 39 games i with the-'progress of quarterback inexperience of his players. cIll&IL

The stonewall defense of the I decided by one run. Jackie Eckdahl. I Improving

*,. Infield led by Robinson and "The guys are hustling and REED FINALLY WINS- "Jackie is coming along fine. "We're having to spend a lot
: His passing is improving of time on fundamentals but
shortstop Luis Aparicio. not making mistakes," said ,
The team's ability to win a Bauer. "And they pick each other day," Niblack said. we're improving there's no LIQUORS

? vast majority of the close I up. Another thing, they don' Preview Scrimmage doubt about it," Roberts said.

AFTER SIX LONG YEARS Niblack said he would have a ,Roberts expressed qualified
: games. I need to be prodded and pushed 114 S. Main St.
"We don't have any superstars warmup for his Friday scrimmage optimism when asked where he Phone 372.6951

: Traced Deeper but everybody is doing his, tomorrow night on the would be by the time of his L'-
Bat1 the current success of the J j job. They grind it out each day By BOB GREEN Mays and end the game. It was The Braves built an early lead 'Cane practice field. season's opener with Madison. -

'; Orioles in their determined bid .- 3-2, 4-2 and 21.Feel Associated Press Sports Writer, only Los Angeles' fourth victoryover on homers by Eddie Mathews "The scrimmage begins at "We'll be a pretty good foot Prices Good Thru Sat.

V: to nail down their first championship Howie ,Reed doesn't win very San Francisco in 15 games: and Lee Maye, then held off 6:30, and the public is invited," ball team by then, but we'll

: since Baltimore's re- Wins often. In fact, his pitching victories -this year, but it left the Giants: Philadelphia's late rush. Braves Niblack said. "We hope to use have to, because we're expect-

turn to the major leagues in "In' a way these guys remind are so well spaced out he with an overwhelming task in L right-hander Tony Cloningerheld this scrimmage to get every ing nothing but a hard time

: 1954 js traced deeper than that )me of the Yankee teams I used might even pass for a Met. attempting to overtake Phila, the Phillies to three hits thing set for our big scrimmageat from our first two opponents,

which-appears on the surface. t L io: play with. They don't say But when the 27-year-old delphia. over the first seven innings, but Harris Field Friday night." Madison and Starke. We figurewe Time Is Money

: It rs gleaned from something )m much but you can tell that they right-bander does get around to For example, if the Phillies the Phils chased him in the Rain Pains will have to come around a SAVE

: said by; skipper Hank Bauer, a f r'eel they can win. winning one, he does it in 'convincing play anywhere near their cur eighth scoring'three runs on The rain had P. K. Yonge little bit faster than they do," TJME HERE

I top candidate for Manager of "Do I think we'll win the pen- fashion and he makes rent pace, they'd wind up with two singles, a fielders choice coach Mike Gutierrez singingthe Roberts said.

;: the Year honors. It is deduced r lant? Well, it's going to be a the licking hurt. 98 victories. To catch them, the: and Johnny Callison's homer.St. blues. Beats the Rain 8 OPEN

.-. from some words from Robin- t t hree-team race right down to Reed, who hadn't won in the Giants would have to win 28 of. Louis had blown a 4-0 lead, "Our big trouble has been the Starke coach Dave Hurse was Mon.a.m.thru to lOp.Thurs.", .

son, in line for the Most Valua- t he wire." majors since 1958, got around tot their remaining 36 games. then come from behind 6-4 be- rain. We haven't been able to the lucky area coach, as he had 8 G."'. to 11
ble PlaCr! award. I The Mets got two runs on fore Brock settled their long p.m.
The Oriole players, unfettered again Tuesday night. He work outside as much as I thinkwe no rains to interfere with his Fri. and Sat.
relief Ron Hunt's homer before wit
"Pitching, especially struggle with Pittsburgh
and fashioned a six-hitter with should, the PKY coach said. workouts.
; and defense have been our t)>'y managerial diplomacy Purkey got anyone out, but he his homer. Veteran Smoky Bur
believe ninth inning help for the Los Hurse had his gridders work.
strength so far," said Bauer, C:aution, emphatically shut them out the rest of the gess drove in two Pittsburgh said.However
I t hey will win. Angeles Dodgers and beat Sanrancisco's the rain has not put ing on the Tornado offense in a Q
"but the reason we're in first way. Frank Robinson doubled in runs with a pinch single in the
: place is something much bigger "No doubt about it," smiled struggling Giants 3- two runs and Deron Johnson top of the 12th, but the Card an end to PKY workouts. scrimmage that was part con- KENTUCKY
1. "We went little details tact and part dummy scrimmage
than what any figures or itching. star Milt Pappas as doubled in three more for all the matched them in the bottom of over -

7: records can possibly show. 1 h ic knocked on wood. The loss dropped the Giants working room Purkey needed. the inning. such as certain game situationsIn )yesterday morning. GENTLEMAN
into third place and left them the gym after the rains I I Offense Down 86 Proof6Yr..OId -

: I 6th games behind National drove us in," the PKY boss "We have our basic offense Bourbon

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Gainesville Sun Wednesday. August 26. 1964POINTING


=: Driving Green Bay. Hard; II I I

((13th in a Series) physical condition. But the big ers. "Paul is in fine condition Dennis Claridge, a rookie quarterback for Earl Gros and Ringo, is giv Dave (Hawg) Hanner, Henry,I ,.-. .
By, JACK HAND thing is pride in work. and The
your mentally physically. from Nebraska. ing Dan Currie a battle for a Jordan and Lionel Aldridge is'I
WEST DE PERE, Wis. (AP) the intangibles, the abstracts.You rest is up to him." 1 linebacker job. Ray'Nitschke is intact. So is the deep backfield I

Vince Lombard has the whip never know about that until Lombardi may throw three Throws Well set at middle linebacker and defense of Herb Adderley and"
out this year. Aroused by two the games start." running backs at National Foot- Originally Claridge was drafted ::1
defeats at the hands of the.Chi- Felt Sting ball League opposition in some as a running back but he has, Dave Robinson on the right Jesse Whittenton at the cornersand ':1'I:
'I Take up to 36 months to pay at our
cago Bears, and loss of the NFL Paul Hornung was the first to games. Tom Moore, who did a thrown the ball so effectivelythat side.The Hank Gremminger and Willie .I low discount prices. Furniture Manufacturers -
title, Lombard is driving his feel the sting of' Lombardi's fine job as Hornung's replace- Lombardi now says, "We front four of Willie Davis, Wood at safety. I St. at South Sample 13th House.St. South Main

Green Bay Packers as they nev- hard approach of 1964. The ment, has been working as a may groom him for quarterbackin ,
er have been driven before. Golden Boy, reinstated after a slot back or flanker. a couple of )'ears." Zeke':II NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL

"The first Bear game last one-year suspension for bettingon Best Attack Bratkowski is the veteran back-,

year was the biggest disappointment games, was ordered to reportin Jim Taylor appears to have up man for Starr. I I LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

of my career," said Lombard April. Running up and down recovered completely from the The front offensive line will l te SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING

!at the training camp at St. the steps of the Packers' stadi- hepatitis that handicapped him I the same except for Bob Skc

Norbert College. "We couldn't um pared off the pounds so that during the early games last sea- ronski, formerly a tackle, who 1 I II

have beaten them In the second Hornung goes into the season at' son. With Taylor booming up I takes over Jim Ringo's old j pb: I

game with blackjacks, but we 212 pounds, six below his weight' the middle and Hornung and at center.. Fuzzy Thurston and &

should have 'won the first. in 1962. Moore to run to the outside, the Jerry Kramer are the guards': Jr.AUDITING SERVICES .
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"We are looking forward to "We'll sink or swim with Hor- Packers' ground attack shouldbe and Norm Masters and Forrest Special Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
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I the boys hard. We will be in general manager of the Pack- Bart Starr will operate a ball- Lee Roy Caffey, who came I Rm. 206 Secu. Bldg. KEY-MAN o SPLIT-DOLLAR

i\ control offense, copied so suc- from Philadelphia in the deali i' 376-9783 PARTNERSHIP I

cessfully by the Bears last year. -- --- -- --=-=.. -.. I'i'.... ltes+ ...- -

Venturi FavoredIn Bart has fine targets in Max McGee i--- .
at split end, tight end Ron 5r : .iII

Kramer and Boyd Dowler at .
flanker but also likes to throw to 11 I g ya
Rich his backs more than most '

CarlingBy quarterbacks. Hornung, Moore .
and Taylor all are good receiv- .

WILL GRIMSLEYBIRMINGHAM birdied the llth and eagled the ers.Lombardi
thinks he has come
Mich. (AP) 566-yard 12th to go seven under.
with real hot inTo
a prospect
j- Arnold Palmer has the put- "I started thinking then that up 1 D A t

ting "yips", Jack Nicklaus hasa this was just a practice run, and

crook in his elbow, and Ken I didn't want to get a monkey on, r .
Venturi has nothing but confi- my back before the tournament. sry
dence and an uncanny feelingfor started," Ken said. "So I sluffed i

P thflag.. off a few holes and finished with ..'. '.
So it's Venturi, the reigning about 67. I IC'IN .

National Open champion, and "I am playing so well, I am so t\ ,
not the Big Two who will be fa- sure of myself on shots to the 011 ... :> :. Y
vored when 155 golfers from 14 green that it startles me."

nations tee off Thursday in the Palmer, who has had four sro

first $200,000 Carling World second places and two thirds in W N t tR

Championship.First his last six tournaments, contin- '
in the 72-hole four- protect your trees and .IN' ... . .
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day test is $35,000, a year'ssalary damage : : <
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,and it's the kind of purse which "From five feet in, I used to I tions such as: r ..,' ..;.::.........:::.. > < : x" .< .:::: .,. : \ .
usually brings out the best in never miss Dead trees or branches over /. .. :::::? ? <- :'. .e.... ", > J : i
a putt, Palmer hou e or driveway; branches I .. h. .
the blacksmith-strong Palmer .
said. "Now I miss them, and it's too near TV antennae etc. ; '' tL. I'I' IJ. ;, .! J }
and power-driven Nicklaus. .
costing me. "" \
However, both are off top I t A : n'6 i
form Palmer on the putting Nicklaus, also beaten out inI Expert Tree Surgery ,: : ,' :t; :

greens and Nicklaus on the tees recent tournaments although he Free Estimates : GAY .' u ., Y _' '.Af'yt. '5 \ j jI
continues the .
as year's leading : x .
while Venturi is currently the < I
hottest article on the circuit. money winner, thinks he has IOIIDAIIT. I tr 'I
found the reason for his erratic 'v, ,: xc : :
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last June in -I } s 8i
National Open II .

His Washington's confidence suffocating has been soaringever heat.I WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! I I r .. i : \ ,; X; -
since. I Don't chance o heater that won't work1 i I tsr : / .. -- > '.' ..

Venturi won the American, Call today for our pre-season special! : O MI / R a
Akron Ohio last I 1 'oqJ" "" : :<;>. ;;:'
Golf Classic at ,
week by a record five shots and I I i' :." : ," : fii4 rM, .tVj' fll-J Y II ., ri f1: Y ..- ,..r I

) with a record tournament score HEATERS > ,' J '
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Subdivision Commissioner Edgar Johnson -
pushed the move to let the
Request N.Y. ListingAllis (AP) Circuit -Noy. 3 ballot The only way he public know wTiat the county's
Judge Hugh Taylor refusedto could, he said, would be if the Under StudyThe
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I Chal 19% Int Nick 77%
toss reapportionment off Flor- proposed amendment served. no commissioners took
: The following market quotationsare Alcoa 64% Int Pap 32% City a
requested specifically by readers da's ballot but his decision to- useful purpose. Alachua County Commission similar step last week, unofficially -
Am Air 41% Jones&L 81V4
of the Sun financial page. The qaotaSTOCIC LISTINGS day was headed for the state But if the plan were approved, has taken under studya directing Bill Green, city
tions are furnished by Am Can 43%. Kais AI 33
supreme court for a final ruling. it would serve a useful purpose request approval of a new manager, to assemblethe
Am Cyan 61 Kea'cott 86%
Pierce Wulb ern,Murphey The attorney handling the case even if it were no more thanto subdivision in the 2300 block of board's policies into a code.
Am Mot 15% Lig & My 81%
NW 34th St.Commissioners.
for Florida's big city officials the Johnson that
AT&T 70Vi Loch'd 36K give popular approval to pointed out coun.
NEW YORK STOCK h, .1 i said he would ask the state supreme -legislative apportionment plan, Sidney Mar ty: policies are scattered
Am TOb 35V4 46%
EXCHANGEAbbott I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 25 Ampx Cp 16% Mag'vox 29% court next week to review -which was created law, said the tin and Claude Brandon were through minutes of past meet
Lab 1 (c) New York Times the decision. asked to study the request and of
: 2.40 39% I Anaconda 43% MM&M 57% judge.In ings, on separate pieces
-Allied Chem 1.80 52& I. The substance of the constitu- recommend action. Referral to here and there and all
High Low Close Net Chg. Armour 46% Mohasco 14% addition, he said, Florida for paper ,
"Amerada Pt 2.00 82I. 25 Rails 144.33 142.07 142.46 Off 2.05 ACL 79 Mons'to 79% tional amendment proposal was has asked for a rehearing in the committee. study is normal should be gathered up and
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44& 25 Industrials 844.94 834.94 837.58 Off 5.87 Babcock 33% Mont Wd 37% declared invalid by the U. S. federal court decision striking procedure.The codified.
Amer Enka 1.40a 59% 50 Stocks 494.63 488.50 490.02 Off 3.96 B&O 38% Nat Dair: 78% Supreme Court. dawn the 43-senator, 112-repre- subdivision Leewood Unit Sidney Martin, Jack Dur

Amer Hone 1.44a 67% I .u"D.'..tVi U"14 CM .tl!.. A'Mo''* .Tic..... .97S4... ,.. Judge Taylor said Tuesday he sentative law. If a reversal of No.1, includes ten lots. rance and Johnson will serveas
-Amer M Fdy __ .90 18/:- Boeing 58% N.Am Av 48% would not throw the 43-senator, the court's position should result It is being developed by W. a committee to study the
a rmco ouj cl 3.00 69H. Schlitz Brew 47% 35 000 Boeing Co 59% up \\ Borden 75Vi Penney 56% 112-representative plan off the Florida would be denied N., Inc. The corporation represents proposal.
j Atch. Topka 1.20a 32%I Secur Life & Tr .-.?......?...? ... 65 32 100 Occident Pet 30% off % Brunswk 8% Pa RR 32% then interests of Norwood Hope
to vote
Baxter Lab .._ .35 24?4. Travelers Ins -................. 43% 29 700 Sunshn Mng 26% up % Cater Tr 33% Pep Col 56% their right on a validly and Harold Walker, two Gainesville -
he added. ActionOn
JBeckman; In 61 Union Security & Inv. 10% 28 000 Comwlth Oil 10 up % Celanese 67% Phil Mor 79%I Calm Before offered plan, :I developer builders. Delay
-Beech U S 1.10 47% AMERICAN 27 700 Control Data 81% off 3% Chrysler 55% Phill Pet 53% Finally said the judge, if Con-[ Harris Green presented the
Bristol .80 67 27 100 gress should delay court-ordered preliminary plat to the commission SolicitorA
: My STOCK EXCHANGE Sperry Rand 13 off % Coca Col 138% RCA 30%
-Brown Shoe 3.40 lOOVi 26 600 Am Tel & Tel 70% off H Com Ed 55 Rep Stl 45% Storm At apportionment or remove juris- I at its meeting yesterday.
Aerojet-Gen ,_. _____ 28% from the courts -
Brunswick: 8''s V Con Edis 90% Revlon 33 1 diction altogether request for a permit to sell
/Cambell S 2.40 35% Analex Corp 27% AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE Cont Can 50 Rey Tob 45 41 then the people of Florida Lowest Grader encyclopedias door to-door was

: Carter Pdt 1.00a 6% Aqua Chem -_- 16 STOCKSVol. Dow Che 67% St Reg P 30 UF CampusThe would have a right to vote on tabled yesterday by the Alachua
CaseJI. 20% Aurora Plastics __ 24% Close Change I DuPont 257% Seaboard 51% the proposal.The Bid Rejected County Commission.
Cessna Air 1.00 29thes Barnes Engineer __ 19% 130 200 Syntex Corp 56% off 1 EAL 27% Sears 119% University of Florida veteran circuit judge no- Michael Donald Golden asked
Ohio 4.00 78 Butler Shoe _ 10% 53 200 New Idria Mng 1 unch E.Kodak 126% Sinclair 45% campus this week is like the ted that federal district judgesin The Alachua County Commission for the solicitor's permit. He
.,.. ._....... %
29% Chromaloy -? ? ? 42 000 Kaiser declined Collier's
-Coas S Gas V Industr 9 up % Firestone 41 Socony 79Vi calm in the eye of a hurricanefor Florida have shown "extreme yesterday to represents Encyclopedias
CBS MI 1.80b 40 Cinerma :_ 6% 38 900 Magellan Pete 3 off % Fla Pw 49% Southn C 61% the storm of incoming students -reluctance to interfere with the 'accept the lowest bid for two the board was told by

"tomb Eng 1.20 29/4 Computer Sci __ __ 17% 24 900 Ric Group 7% up % Fla P&L 78% Sperry R 12% expected for the fall tri orderly processes by which the $23,000 motor graders, and Howard Weston, administrative
-(;one Mills V____ .80 18% Cutter Labs A 15% Ford 51 St Brand 76% mester. people of Florida through their decided instead to buy one assistant.
Cont Airl .40 20% Data Control 51V4 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Frmst Da liVe StO NJ 84% elected officials have attemptedand grader each from two bidders. Sidney Martin asked the commission -
Contl Ins __ _, 2.20 60 Fulton Inds -_-_ 10 Purchases ._ .. 314,186 Frept Sul 38% jStudebak 6% A record 15,000 enrollment still striving in good The commission said the mod- to withhold action.
Gen Develop ,..... .,. .,.,.. .... 5 Short ... figure is predicted by officialsat are
Contrl Data 81% ? ? ? V 3,334 Frueh Tr 32% Swift 51 faith to conform to the decisionsof els which were lowest bid are He said he wants assurance
Corn Pdts __ 1.50 56 Mackey Airlines _.. 4% Other;Sales _, ,_.._ 334,770 Gen Dyn 31% Texaco 81% the close of registration September the Court of the too: new. There is not enough from Colliers that high pressure -
Mead Johnson ...._.._..._... 10. Some freshmen Supreme
16% Total Sales ........ 12% 3,000 about the
-Delta Air 1.60 74% ? __ 338,104 Gen El 82Y Thiokol United States." knowledge cost of operating sales tactics will not be
Det SteelEmerson V____________ .60 14% Pac NW Tele -_ '22% Gen Fds 91 U Carb 116% attending college for the and maintaining the ma- used in Alachua County.
Philips Elec '_ 40% PREVIOUS DAY'S first time expected along "The courts of the state should
"- El __.. 1.00 44% Gen Mills 42% Unit Airc 51% chines.
:Pair\ Camera .50g 23% Redwing Carriers 11 I STOCK MARKET Gen Mtrs 92% Un Fruit 20% with an influx of graduates from assume the same attitude, he Commission policy is to accept -

:finan'l Fed 39V4 Ric Group V VV V 7% 'Advances .______._ 340 Goodrich 53% US Steel 57% junior colleges who will swell said. the lowest and best of com No Sidewalks
-Fst Chartr 1.97f Sperry R. Wts. _V 5% 'Declines ...____..741 Goodyr 44 Univ Mat 12% the upper division colleges. An Broaddus Livingston of Tampa petitive bids. Almost always,

.:: JaECst 12% Syntex ._ 56% Unchanged __-_- VV.. 269 Greyhnd 24 Westg El 35% 'estimated 2,000 students are expected attorney for Mayor Herman this means the lowest bid. For ChildrenThere

food Fair .90 21%I Tampa Elec ----V_ V 25% Total Issues ..........._..._ 1,350 Gulf Oil 56% Winn Dix 36% to register at the grad Goldner of St. Petersburg, who When the county advertised
:"'FMC Corp .__. 1.00 54% 1 Tech Measur ..._........_. _.?._ 22 New 1963-64 Highs ..._....... 42 Hon'well 124% Woolwth 27% I uate level. filed the suit, said he would for two new graders, Richardson will be no sidewalks for
1 TWA Wts 23% New 1963-64 Orientation week begins Mon- make the appeal promptly.The Tractor Co. offered two Al-
.Fjito Lay 42V4 Lows __.. 43 Int Harv 82% i the children who attend the new
Gen Tele __ .83 32%I MUTUAL FUNDS -- day with placement tests for cities' main argumentwas lis Chalmers M100 models Terwilliger Elementary Schoolin
Ga Pacif l.OOb 55% Affiliated FundV 9.02 I entering students and continues that the cost of holding the for $31,630 accepting two used west Gainesville next month.

Getty Oil .10g 23%I Capital Life & Gr 10.18 STOCK FLASHES I with student guided toursof referendum was a waste of tax machines in trade in. Ring Power The county commission, which

Grace Co l.OOb 54% Divers Growth ._ 9.71 MARKETNEW the campus and its activi- money since the U. S. Supreme Corp. offered two Caterpillar wants to build sidewalks: along
Hel Curtis .80 15 Dividend Shares 3.79 :ties. University President J. Court would merely throw out model 12s for $33,950, accepting Newberry Road for the safetyof

IBM ..__ 5.00 428I Dreyfus 20.22 ------ ------ -. ._ Wayne Reitz speaks to the new the plan again, as it did with the; used machines. children, was told there is no
Int Min C __ 1.80a 67 Fidelity Capit 11.17 I YORK (AP) As the Dow Jones Stock Averages and he and Mrs. Reitz entertain the identical proposal written as Roy Miller, county engineer, right of way for sidewalks.
Int TeleKellogg __ 1.00 54% Fidelity Fund -_ 17.86 question of a possible auto with the traditional freshman a simple law. said Leo Hury, state auditor, approved Newberry Road links Inter-
.80a 45 I Fidelity Trend 18.95 strike overhung Wall Street, a -_Previous Day I 2nd Hour I recepton following his talk. The principal expense of the the split purchase in state 75 to Gainesville. As one

Lehman CP 1.34e 29 Fund'tal Invest -V VV 11.06 dull stock market headed low- 832.20 I Indust. I off 1.87 I Classes begin September 8 referendum will be running leg- view of the lack of records for safety step, the state has con

Litton In -___. 1.98f 67 Income[ of Boston _- __ 8.61 er again early this afternoon. 210.77 I 20 Rails I off 0.52 and on September 10 the Scholarship al advertisements of the text of the Allis-Chalmer machine. sented to lower the speed limit -
neSCm.. 1.00 22% Incorporated[ Inc _ 10.09 Averages also were depressedby Convocation will be held the proposal. This must be done from 65 to 45 miles per hour.
JUarsh: Fid __ 1.60 453artin Keystone K-2 _VV_ 5.64 a number of stocks selling 149.51J I 15 Utile up 0.21 with Dr. August Heckscher di- by about mid-September under Flooded Land Terwilliger School is off New-

M 1.00 17% Keystone 5-3 V____-__ V 16.88 ex dividend. Some of the high 296.691 I 65 Stocks off 0.49 rector of the Twentieth Century state law, a deadline which may berry Road at 62nd Street. Chil.
-GMcG Hill .COa 34% keystone S-4 V VV 4.83 flyers which stumbled Tuesday 3,770,000 J Yolume 1,500,000 Fund, as speaker. add some urgency to the appeal. Gels No HelpAbout dren attending the school have
::D ad Corp 1.70 46% Life Investors -V_ 10.45 made a selective recovery butit access only along Newb p r r y
2.00a 41% was only partial. all the help the coun- Road. Although bus
I Life Stock Fund ____ 8.07 transportation -
.3fatl Air V___V .80 49'/'4 Mass. Inv Stock _._VV 16.67 Motors and steels were narrowly -point and Pennsylvania Railroad ty can give two flooded prop- Is planned, any children!

,N Y Centl ..__.._ .5Cg 40% Mass. Inv Growth > ____ 8.90 mixed. Rails, aerospace a fraction as their merger Labor Not Taking erty owners is to pray for clear walking or riding bicycles to

Nia M Pow 2.00 56 Pioneer Fund ,-?--............ 10.06 issues, airlines, building materials seemed to be facing delay. skies. school will be exposed to high-
Norfolk W 6.09;) 134 Puritan Fund ._ 9.44 drugs and nonferrous met. General Motors lost a frac- The two owners Robert way traffic.
als were generally lower. Utilities Hayes and S. H. Baylor, had Parents have
NoIndPS1.43 60 complained thatit
Putnam Growth __ 15.86 tion. Ford eased. Chrysler and
No Nat Gas __ 1.80 56 TV & Elec 8.06 were ahead on balance. Americ Motors gained frac- Convention Role asked the county to help drain is not safe for children who

Olin Math 1.20 41% Value Line Inc --_--..V_. 5.69 The Associated Press averageof tfons. U.S. Steel was a fractional their land east of U. S. 301 walk to Terwilliger.Roy .
Owens II G. 2.50 102% Wellington Fund V____ 15.28 60 stocks at noon was unchanged -, loser while Jones & Laughlin about three miles north of Haw- Miller, county engineer,
Pac G & E .,_._ 1.00 31 at 313.6 with industrials gained a fraction. 3faui Ifurk irhutlt From the rest of the crowd. La thorne. told the commission there is no

Pac Lting _,.............. 2.40 29% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS unchanged, rails off .3 and utilities By JOHN D. POMFRET bor's most public performer is Water runs into a low section way sidewalks can be built safely '
Pac T & T 1.20 29% Complete Vol. Close Chgs up .1. Pan American was fractionally 72 year-old David Dubinsky I and stands, they said. Three on the present right of way.
Pan Amer A _....... 1.20 30% 114 300 Sunray Dx 33V4 up 1% The Dow Jones industrial average ]] lower and Sperry Rand ATLANTIC CITY Organized president of the International] roads, 301, SR 219A and the G. M. Davi*, commission
Parke Dav _..._.._ 1.00 26% 78 800 Chrysler 55% off 1 at noon was down 1.87 at I was off a fraction. labor is deliberately taking a Ladies' Garment Workers' Un- Godwin road surround the property chairman asked Miller to get

Pennzoil .........._....... 2.037*4 66 900 Xerox Corp 99% off 4% 830.33 and Standard & Poor's 50- I Masonite lost more than 2, back seat at the 1964 Democratic ion, who takes a brisk early they said. the State Road Department to
Pfizer ._ .80a 48 49 200 Pan Am 30% up % stock index at noon was off .12 Dow Chemical and Zenith well Convention.The contrastedwith morning bicycle ride daily on Jack Durrance and G. M. Davis -cut down grass in the ditches
=Phelps DG 3.00 70 42 800 Tex Gulf Sul 53 off % at 81.32. over a point each. action sharply the boardwalk. committee members asked I before school starts.

Polaroid ........._ .20 133 41 000 Webb Del E 7% up % Du Pont sank more than a i Sunshine Mining, Great A&P the vigorous performanceof Walter P. Reuther, presidentof to study the matter, said yes. "We've got a beautiful new
Pub SV E G 2.60 38% 38 500 RCA 30% unch point, General Electric a point. and Texas Gulf Sulphur were labor leaders at the conven- the United Automobile terday the county cannot help. school, but I don't know how

Pure Oil ._._....__ 1.60 61% 35 300 Penn R R 33K off Hi' New York Central lost a full 'slightly higher. i tion four years ago. Workers of America and one of Previously, the commissionhad I in the world the children are going
V Rayonier _....._._ 1.00 52% George Meany, president of labor's most active Democrats, said since the drainage: to get to it," he said.

....:RexallReyn ..............._.._ .5C!> 53%I ........ I II the AFL CIO, has passed the is not even here. He is tied up problem is not related to roads., The commission also asked
Mctl! .50 34% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH: .. : I II II word to union political strategists -in negotiations with the auto- it could not help on that basis. Sheriff Joe Crevasse to assign
...Rich Merr _._ l.CO 52% I : to avoid the appearanceof [mobile industry in Detroit. Durrance said there is no I extra deputies to Newberry Rd.
:>R-C Cola __ 1.20: 22% I a bloc. He vetoed a labor The reason for labor's quiet ground to drain the area under. during school hours.

v.Roy Dutch _._...._ 1. 3g 46% I I cocktail party so that no one demeanor is that the union lead- the mosquito control program,, Crevasse said one man already -
::Searle GD _._ .90 59 Pocketbook Issues196064 could accuse the labor delegatesof ers fel that there is little that because not enough people live i. is assigned permanently.

Singer ....__ 2.00 89% caucusing.One they can do to achieve their nearby to justify that step under "We'll try to put more men on
I:Smith: Kin 1.2Ca 60% result is that the 244 principal aim here the nomi- state law.Hayes it," he said.
-Sou Cal Ed .__ 1.05 32 union functionaries who are del- nation of Sen. Hubert H. Hum and Baylor hope to I Davis said two weeks ago that
=St Oil Col V 2.00 64W By Sylvia Porter egates here slightly more phrey for the vice solve the drainage problem be-. when the School Board cicse its
"St Oil Ind .-. V____ 2.080) % than 8 per cent of the total del- presidency. -fore the new U. S. 301 four-lane! site, the county commission was

Sterl Drug ._..- .&5 28I --"- egation indistinguishable_ highway is built. not consulted.
Texas Util 1.20 65I I 1960's presidential election V. rupted business advance. This likely to be down to a minimum M.._ .._ .. _.,._ ... ,. .. _--_._..-. -, In another drainage prob-
Textron ._..._....._ 1.40 46i I campaign was held in a year of will put this peacetime upswing of around 2.5 per cent. ? _): : : Prisoners lem, Roy Miller, county engi- Windsor's
Tidewater? ._ 32 4 I usiness recession. This sin-V into the longevity classification I Our economy's growth has neer, reported that flooding near

:::IransWA.VV 39 gle, fundamental bread and- reserved until now for wartime been accelerated by tax cuts Micanopy will be solved by V Got Problems
-Union Pac _-_ l.OCa 42%, butter fact then I lifted to para. booms. : and other major moves to spu I' Hate to See trading drainage easements.The .

"JUnd Air L >. -____- 1.5Cb 49%I mount importance the so call- Living costs. In the late 1950s ;business. Our unemployment VVuiJ area involved about two What Is where in Windsor is
-' Upjohn 1.00 50$;I ed pocketbook issues of rising we entered a new era of relatively .problem is narrowing to that of miles west of the Micanopy in-V something nobody knows for

.-..Jim Walter 26%: living costs, increasing unemployment stable prices but the older unskilled and the L Him Leave terchange of Interstate 75, includes V sure, in the case of propertyand

=.JVar LambWorthintn -V V ____ .70 30 4, tight money, shrinking still, during the 1960 recession, young untrained. : a county road and the right-of-way lines.

1.50 464 4Jerox profits, suffocatingly heavy the government's consum e r I Tight money. A brutal mon- WASHINGTON (AP) For- property of several persons. The What is more, the county
99% taxes. road has been impassable at
i index continued to : V
price creep ey squeeze and high interest commission is not going to find
-Zenith _______ UOa 63%I 1964's presidential election, ty-five years of government times.
:: upward. Climbing costs of '
V serv- rates were a focal point of political service end this week for JamesV. out, at least not right now.
campaign is being held in a ices and food IV V The condition was created
OVER THE COUNTER were primarily argument in 1960. Bennett renowned Joe Jenkins asked the commission -
of business This penologist when 1-75 was built.
NEW YORK (AP) The following! blnd asked quotations supplied by thi I single, fundamental bread-and- We're still remarkable This issue is dead now. and director of the Bureau of Miller told the commission the survey prop-
Association of Securities: Deal a era erty lines in Windsor, and establish -
National Throughout this prolonged expansion $: +4 VV Prisons a post he has held Road intendsto
.rs. Inc.. do not represent actual transactions r butter fact now is downgradingthese of relatively stable prices, even $ Department lots, blocks and rights of
but are the NASO's estimat< issues to credit has remained cV since 1937. trade easements with a prop-
0 f Ole rano within which" these ecvrl same pocketbook though increasing service costs
ties could have been sold (bid) oifcouaht r low political status. comparatively easy and inexpensive erty owner, then dig a drainage way.Edgar
V (asked: continue to push the consumer to The gentle, blue-eyed reformer Johnson, commission
Alico Land _...._...._.....?. 85i The tradtional political theory price index up around 1.2 per get.Shrinking who changed the shape of the er, told the county board yesterday
Amer Fidel Life ........._._... 22%i is that good times favor the par- cent a year. The vast majorityof profits. The profit American prison system whilehe ditch.Plan his committee thinks
ty in recessions favor American families better squeeze was still on in 1960 and, to Codify
power to the
Amer Heritage V VV 24%I are strove change the heartsof county ought not to survey
Amer Mat Ins 21 the challenger although in off then ever before. The 1961- as the recession progressed, MITCHELL its inmates retires Friday on the town now.
Amer Pioneer Life 8: 1964 the explosive issues outsidethe 64 advance has not set off another corporate profits fell billions. his 70th birthday.He PoliciesThe He said a private engineer recently '

Anheuser Busch VV 53 economic sphere could put price spiral.Unemployment. Since 1961, corporation profits 13.Year.OldTo Commission tried to do the job for
...Anodyne VVVVVV _V 4I this traditional theory to a crucial V In the presi- both before and after taxes takes with him the gratitude Alachua County Owens Illinois Glass Co., with
moved to codify operating
!:.:Citizens Bank .... 37 test. dential election year of 1960, have been hitting new peak aft. Become of hundreds of convictswho at its regular little success.
Comsat Corp 46I Nevertheless on the pocketbook the over-all unemployment rate er new peak are still soaring. I found in Bennett more a policies When Windsor was laid out,
-Conn Lt & Pow 37i I issues closest to you, the average 5.6 per cent; the jobless I Suffocatingly high taxes. the humanitarian than a custodian.He meeting yesterday. property lines were not designated -

*_Cowles Mag &Pb IH I plain fact is that the Democrats -V rate among experienced I tax cuts being tentatively debated Eagle Scout saw the danger of idle and only one reference
Dunn & Bradst 61'ij i have much to defend with wage and salary workers aver- : in 1960's election are finally hands and gave them useful IntegrationUnderway point was established, Johnson
-Firs West. Fin'c'l 13: pride and the GOP has little to aged 6.7 per cent; and the job- : fact. The tax burden on. John Mitchell, 13-year-old son jobs to do. In said.
Florida Gas _- 11%I criticize with conviction and less rate among married men both corporation and individualsis of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Mit- Lot sizes were designated by
Ha Nat'l Bank _ 64j1a I this goes despite the fact that averaged 3.7 per cent. I still tremendous but it has chell of 1025 NW 35th Ave will He reminded them that they Polk SchoolsTAMPA acres, but not by dimensions."It .
TeleForrest 29 the certain to in been receive his eagle rank Thurs- were still human beings by replacing -: is
Republicans are A key political issue the impressively lightened.Tax a physical impossibility
V ( ) -
Labsmaunders 26 day in Court of Honor ceremonies lock-step mess hall lines
blast as hard as they can at thisadministration's 1960 campaign was spurring our reduction will J>e an. economic schools is under to reproduce on the ground
Life _ 7i at 8 Polk County
: I p.m. and bucket feedings with informal -
record across-V economic growth so our econo- poitiealissue but the Boone the intentions of the original
Life 56 The eighth grader is one of way, School Supt.
the-board. To be heat is out of the table arrangements. I Johnson said.
: specific my could create more jobs for great argument owner,
American said Tuesday.
=treat __ 11i'Grolier the youngest eagle scouts to receive -
403 Business. The recession of new workers entering the labor the rank here in several He befriended many and be-: Boone told U. S. District Court He told the commission the V

--:Gulf Life _ 53iome : 1960 started in May, was clear-. force and for older workers displaced Between now and Novemberwhat's years. came an easy mark for some:' Polk Junior College will be in- only way to settle Windsor's
in at election time, bread-and- who, out of prison needed a' is to replat the community
: problem
ly progress by automation. news on my with its opening class
::: Ins __ VVVV 6n He is in his fifth year of scout tegrated
VV The usual efforts to conceal the This fall all butter beat change of small loan for a grubstake. schools will follow as nearly as possiblewith
-Jax Minit Mkts ._.- 821 i our over unemptoyment may ing and is a member of Troup this fall. Other
I13ennasaw Life __ 12I bad news were made but u always rate is likely to be course. But as I have recently 84. He was a member of the Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedyhas he said. the original, and h av e
-Jje' of- Ha 7 they were futile. down to around 5 per cent; the I II been reporting, today I have the Raccoon Patrol is a Life Scout said Bennett will continue to He testified at a federal court every property owner sign approval -
=Lowes Company 19 ;I In November barring anI I jobless rate among experienced unique experience of showingthe and was one of the first scoutsin be a consultant to the Bureau of trial instituted in behalf of 17 of the result.
3H tiilgo Electron _ 1221 I unpredictable catastrophe atI workers is almost sure to be' extent to which "no news" the North Florida Council to Prisons under its new director, Negro school children demand- But he said the commission
tort Guaranty Ins 251A home or abroad we'll be! way under 5 per cent and u' big and good news for yaw. receive a new merit badge on Myrl E. Alexander, a former ing an end to school segregationand should not get into the problemat

Pacific SW Air __ 371f.t into the 45th month of uninter-among married men the rate is: pocketbook._ model designing assistant director. hiring policies. this timt..Wednesday .



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DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a wile who keeps ask- lovers of every woman who looks at them sideways. Som< A NCt1"..r e WA r MAl1 MIND.rr. Ht)11T.tE.

ing her husband, age 64, when he is going to retire? The hus- people can't forget about sex for one minute! Why can't peo WECAN> BE AH is A Rr. 1
band is a successful businessman who enjoys being in business pie be motivated by art, music, world peace or somethin ALONE..: HAPPILY 4CHANGED IaI ARt,

is in good health, and never thinks about retiring until else? d ,.

his wife brings it up. "VIVA LA SENSE" IN FT. WAYNE IIND.r .
Also, what would you think if this wife took out TWO addi-

tional policies on her husband's life while she was his book- DEAR VIVA: Some people ARE! What's with you? w X51.-a
keeper and was authorized to sign his checks? (This wasn't *

discovered by the husband until several years later.) This DEAR ABBY: I enjoyed the letter in your column from = \ tt 1r2'
same wife reads every magazine article she can find on pair of identical twins who said they didn't like to be called t hlEME6.

things a widow should know. She claims she is only being "Twin" or "Twinny," and they were disgusted with people a Cd1t.

"realistic." I would like your opinion.SOMEBODY'S who asked "Are you twins?" That last complaint is so fa-

HUSBAND miliar to me because I have an identical twin, brother, ant THE UTTLEGREEN DEVIL BWSOMATED
when we were young we were dressed alike, and still people BYTHE MUSCLES OF"''' >BK5 /
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DEAR HUSBAND: Your ,,'ife's"a2jn a war of nerves would ask, "Are you twins?" My mother told us that wher

and winning! Relax, or )'ou'l1 accommodate her sooner than. 'we were about three years old she was walking down the

you both think. street with one of us on each side of her, when a strange WHO? YOU !! AW. J
woman stopped us and asked my brother, "Are you brothers?' _OO 3 GUESS WHO SHUCKS !!
TH' !
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And he replied, "No, ma'am, we're sisters." My WHITTLIM CLUB
DEAR ABBY: I am mad! I just returned from a friend's A TWIN ..< JEST VOTED
house and she slyly accused me of having amorous feelings J TH' BIGGEST i iCD

about my doctor! What's with people? They think the milk- CONFIDENTIAL TO ROSS: Ulcers are something you gel t CARD CHEAT
man, postman, salesmen and repair men are all the secret from mountain climbing over molehills. Take it IN HOOTIN

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I 5:00 Q Best of GrouchoO split the 1948 conventionwith THURSDAYMorning 11:30 O O (Color) Jeopardy I

Gallant Men his appeal for a and Afternoon O Pete and Gladys ,,, y x.,:is a.tu.oa. ..
CD News-Huntley- strong civil rights plank; 6:10 O Continental Classroom 12:00 O D (Color) Say When f n v it..Pan1,14'M.,

Brinkley Eugene J. McCarthy, the American Government: O Love of Life 1YESYOU r 1 /
5:25: Q Moments in Sports junior senator from Min- "Social Security." 12:25 O News ccc 'irr :: -4 js ti9

5:50 O Newscope nesota; and New York 6:15 O ScopeO O Search for Tomorrow .
O CD News City's Mayor Robert F. Humanities C-52 12:45 O Guiding Light

6:00 O Democratic Wagner. Also scheduled: 6:30 O Religions of !Man 12:55 O O News I CAN TAKE WHATEVER" BRING HIM TO MY. AND SEE TO ITTHATHEDOE5NT
Convention a half-hour film about 6:40 O (Color) Living Words 12:30 Q (D (Color) Truth or HIM TO THE HOTEL IN M3D SAX; m OFFICE TOMORROW
(Special) Chairman JohnW. President Johnson. (Live) 6:45 O Pastor's Study Consequences YOtI SURE ABOUT HALF AN HOUR DOCTOR! AFTERNOON 50 THAT I L GET INTO ANYMORE .. ,

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session. Candidates for Weather. 6:50 Q Farm and Home O Midday I" TOBE5UREHEWOItrHAVE ONE-
President and Vice President 6:30 O Democratic 7:00 Q O Today CD (Color) TV Bingo ANY REACTION LACERATIONHEALS

t will be nominated. ConventionSee Convention Reports.O 1:15 O Focus 2 =: TO MTECnOHZCAYEHIM/THE PK -TETANUSo I I ..t.tI I / It 1'li
There are 2316 votes; and Channels O CD for Local News, 1:30 O D (Color) Let's .
1159:>> (one more than half) details. Weather Make a Deal
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questions will be CD Wire Service-Drama 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 2:00 O CD Loretta Young I y ,
answered today: who will "The Johnny Rath Story.." 9:00 O Divorce Court O Password
get the Vice Presidential Johnny Rath is missing. O Bachelor Father 2:30 Q CD Doctors

nomination and will President Miller suspects that the CD (Color) Romper O House Party r kiIiI
Johnson be nominated boy's friend is not tellingall Room 3:00 O CD Another World

by acclamation? he knows about the 9:30 O People Are Funny O To Tell the Truth I IU STOP COMPtAINirsKSWE'RE iI BECAUSE
Only five Democratic disappearance. Miller: CD Jack La Lanne 3:25 O News GOING TOYOO DAGWOOO WHY ARE THEY THINK
presidents have receivedthis Dane Clark. 10:00lake Room for 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't SEE I HATE HOW TO gvsaraREL.Ye THE PUPSt3ARKING ,. !, PENGUIN!

honor: Andrew, Jackson 11:00 O Q CD News Daddy Say DRESS M FORMAt-UP AT YOU? ? PP
Martin VanBuren, 11:25 O Movie: O News O Edge of Night DINNER
Grover Cleveland, Wood- "Incendiary Blond e." CD (Color) Cameras 4:00 Q Match GameD CUOTHES 1 j + \y r

row Wilson and FranklinD. (1945)) Texas Guinan joinsa Please Secret Storm A e

Roosevelt (three wild west show to aid 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for CD Popeye's Pals 4 -

times). her financially poor fa Word 4:25 O News r if o,
Vice Presidential contenders ther. Betty Hutton, Arturode O I Love Lucy 4:30 O Huckleberry Hound 0a I JP-- n I
include Hubert H. Cordova, Charlie Rug- 10:55 Q CD News O Burns and Allen
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BuchwaldxFinancial r WHAT S eaN;, tom!
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ReportsATLANTIC ray O-' AKO i i

CITY, N. J. -The'tes in Texas who was makinga terprises, the World Fair's "To Because of all the publicity i

one thing that has emerged ; fortune for everyone in am- Broadway With Love" show about our finances, we have i I

from all the hullabaloo about :moniated liquid fertilizer tanks. which folded, and just the othasked the Washington account-

President Johnson's finances is Only by turning government wit er day she bought a bond is- ing firm of Fagan & Berdansky,
ness did she save us all from sue for fishing rights in the Gulf to release a statement of our
that Mrs. Johnson is probablyone I.going to prison. of Tonkin. holdings. ..; -

of the smartest business ,.... .
With the bail she decided -
money ,
women in the United States. S I' THE OLcr vIa B.x%' SHE MUST BE ,
I to take in salad
a flyer .
oil. Her broker told her 7 HECONFU5lON THIS K PAW-
figures instead of the Life figures Food Market "' owes: $ 145.00Garfinckel's \ I5MCJNT1N3AS WATCHMAN
it turns out that the John- Dept. Store n, owes: 450.00 Ii DOCDW 5END5 THEAA05CHASED It' EEA SOTS;
had fortune in salad oil
we' a SNAkY Tb THE
sons are millionaires and Heckinger Hardware owes: 650.00 I A1ETO STATISTIC
:tied up in New Jersey and who z 1VROW0 BUI1.DAd; 1N70 MY SY NOYY!
only wish our wife had one- Consolidated TV Repair owes: 50.00Doctors' p pA
intended to sell the oil to the SKETCH 7112 OFFICE
twentieth of the business talent : : bills owes: 150.50Mortgage -< WRONG ti'VW' ... HV 1
Russians. She bought half
of the First Lady. a a on house .. owes: 85,000.00 ffA m
tank and every day the price:

Our wife'started investing for :skyrocketed. It looked as if we JENNIFER BUCHWALD
us about the same time Mrs. 'were going to become rich. Then .I.II .Ir
Johnson started investing for one[ day some nosey watchman Allowance ,. ......... -,-,-?..... ....... ,- $ .25 i.> ,i -
her husband. But unfortunately climbed a ladder and decided Piggy bank 1.50 L /

she chose different investments.The I to look into the tank. You can CONNIE BUCHWALDNotes ,
first thing she bought was j imagine our wife's surprise 00 i /f isT1IE <
stock in the Tucker Automobile 'when he discovered it was filled receivable from Jennifer $ .04 I l

Co. This cost us $1,000 I with water.
then the Tucker people decided
not to build any cars. Another woman would have Money earned cleaning garage $ .75 KILLER, MOVE | '1 t! MEANEVERYTWNGT $AI2KACK5 n
1 been discouraged by this time, I YOUR BS AND STUFF Yes!
Bubble gum investment ._ 2.65 r1 tS cTT1It\G yoN
She then decided to get into 1 but our wife is made of sterner n TO THE OTUEK. SIDE T 5 w C '
broadcasting and she investedin I stuff. Since then she has invested FINANCIAL POSITION OF!MR. BUCHWALD I.J OF THE BARRACKS.

a surefire quiz show fore in the Skybolt missile, =
Don't ask.
Charles Van Doren decided to''William Zechendorf's hotel en- IIq

come clean. With the losses from m

the quiz show she decided to buyan :- = :J ,-
Edsel, as she had been given Johnson Plans TV Studio tice with a minimum of physical I 5f
an inside tip that it would inconvenience. i!E:1c
have the best resale value When President Johnson was'I!!'

any new car. Of"",In White House Basementweeks. ready to announce settlement of 8.2Ell. UTi1
the railroad strike, it was noted
It took a few years to get I
some money back in the bank' iDfruiJrtrk uimra! Specification for the he Washington was forced to a to TV travel studio.across I L- J :4M L.

and when we finally did our By JACK GOULD necessary equipment were sentto The new White House facility r

wife put it all in the Suez Can- NEW YORK The motion manufacturers Tuesday and will seat approximately 30 per- WHAT HE'S bf M EEAXEM EP.AtMOST; I1L 6E t

al Co. A week later Nasser na- ]picture theater in the basement bids were requested by today. sons and will be intended 1HE F XE LEShNANT IS 5 JP'I *VE PICKED DP M THE 6WW JAYE HAPPENl3? BUB*I* 60N& OVK TOOOESTIOM A80r! FOURT ME. ,
N'kr FOR
tionalized the canal. priI I = ERE,Luc e!F9 LWE 0 5 HIM W. A56WJtT K M 71aE H05PTL11,. t1EflTHtl ir. GARY 3yE..rP
Df the White House,is to be converted The three networks are shar- marly for presidential announce 108 FOR A FEW MMUTiS F MARGARET! JtIPGEMIN KEM. BAP SHAPE: ttKrr 1071!W G01NTN M4E.
Not long after this she heard to a television studio for ments, statements and possibly : U HAVE TOte BEFORE COOCT!
she could buy a piece of a su- ing the cost of the conversion.The interviews with a small groupof
1 the
of President
gar plantation in Cuba. She was use Johnson only remaining formality is reporters. ,==

doing great until Castro turnedit Plans for the installation of their approval of a budget af- The TV networks long have -< f

into a POW camp for the prisoners .electronic equipment were approved ter, which construction will sought improved access to news ,

captu. d at the Bay of I three weeks ago by the start, perhaps next week.A at the White House, particularly -
Pigs. 1 White House staff and officials to cover the President's fre- ,W I
of the American Broadcasting full production and technicalcrew quent impromptu press confer- C
Fortunately we were still on System and National Broadcasting will be on duty at the ences on Saturday mornings. At
salary at the New York Herald( Co. White House every day except present the television industry :Q
Tribune and we did have a little Sunday. The stanby staff will must install and then remove ::J 1 1
income. We did until she The studio probably will be enable the President to take to cameras and related equipmenton :itL: _

heard about a fellow named EsJ J put into operation in a few the airwaves on a moment's no- each news occasion.


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I Her Bus Ride in Montgomery Started It All -: Peace IdealsCrumbling Some DefinitionsFor 1.

r By A.F. MAHAN mer. I bus, the Negroes crowding into have to get up and stand in the: ing job in a small factory. Conventions ,

Even today nine years later, the cluster of standees at the back after I was there already," Says PopeCASTEL
the rash "I don't feel deal of
DETROIT ( a great
the details of that evening are rear and the whites filling in the she said. She recalled the incident -

of headlines over passage of the so lacking in drama and emo last seats in the section marked with a lingering trace oi, difference here, personally," GANDOLFO By JIM BECKER Caucus A meeting of a del

Civil Rights Act, over deaths in tion content as to seem hardly reserved for them. awe, as if it had happened to,. she said in an interview. "Hous- (AP) Pope Paul VI ,warned Italy egation called to cast votes and
and riots in Harlem, :ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP)
Mississippi the stuff of which history is Rosa Park's thoughts were someone else. "It was one of f ing segregation is just as bad, today that "some of those basic decide important questions. All
and stall-ins and the '- The layman is often confusedby
over sit-ins made.It still miles from that crowdedbus those things that grow on you. and it seems more noticeable in principles which members of the delegations attend
few on peace must the terms used at a political
white backlash, perhaps the large cities. There is
aisle when a white man They were killing people and so be founded"are except the officers who
people today, white or Negro, was shortly after 5:30: p.m. much gradualism, I'm in favor crumbling.In convention. I
came aboard at the next stop burning churches, same as: I are busy at a meeting of party
remember a December eveningon and getting dark when seam- and stood behind the driver. The now." of any move to show that we are an impassioned appeal Actually, they all are quite leaders casting votes and decide

a Montgomery bus. stress Rosa Parks put aside a next thing she can remember is A slender woman with dissatisfied and still haven't received -against an arms race, the Pon- simple when you understand ing important questions.
And yet the American Negro pile of new suits waiting alterations -the heavy-set driver twisting flecked hair Mrs. Parks lives in our rights as citizens." tiff begged men to remember them. Here are some of the I

may have traveled farther and at her work bench in the around [what caused two devastating terms heard frequently this Informal caucus Same
and her and
addressing I
Detroit now, many miles away Mrs. Parks, 51, has not givenup week around the Democratic
Fair thing drinks served.
faster that night in Alabama Montgomery departmentstore world wars, and only are
the other three in the deplored whathe I
Negroes, from Montgomery Ala. but not the She is vice
than he did on the long road up and walked a weary half- first seats of the colored section fight. president called a return to the "illusory -convention and their simple explanations Starting time A mythical "
so days distant from that t. of her block
club which is
Court many : figure selected at random froma
short block the bus
from slavery or on the stop on concept that
"Let have those front peace can only
: me Dec. 1 1955 when she
cultural and
dramatic march down Pennsylvania Square. seats." to neighborhood be based on the terrifying powerof Delegation This is a groupof spilled type case at the print

and Constitution Avenues refused to move to the back of improvements and 132 people who come to the shop. It is listed in the official

in Washington, D.C., last sum- She boarded the bus and tooka I For a moment, no one moved.I the bus. planning a youth program that ons.extremely" homicidal weap- convention to cast 12 votes. In- program, but bears no relationto

seat about halfway down in Maybe, like her, the others includes recreation and '
From her defiant stand job gui- cluded are all persons in the the time the program actual.

the first seat behind .the forward weren't listening too attentively. -, sprung the Montgomery bus dance. Pope Paul said the world is state who contributed more than ly starts.

J. C. PENNEY section reserved for white peo- I boycott, the Rev. Martin Luther back seeing a rebirth of perilous con- $1,000 to the party in the last
at that December
SHOW- ple. As was the prevailing cus- "You better make it light on King Jr.'s famed "walk to free- Looking now -cepts, that the "concept of the I year, and all persons in the Prime time The hours on
in the bus and
SAT. 10 A.M. tom and law at the time, Ne- yourselves and get up," the: dom" and a whole series of evening sacred and inviolable characterof state who know what happenedto 'the Mevision schedule betweenthe
their seats and her subsequent arrest, on how kiddie cartoons and the late
ar.caontewe. groes"yielded driver advised. non-violent demonstrations that human life" has been ob the contributions. There are
toward the I the Negro ministers flocked be- show, during which the
moved progressively ; Then two Negroes across the swept northward and westward hind Dr. King and rallied the scured. also three men who are able to
seats were neededto are played more often
rear as more
aisle retreated to the rear, and across the nation. breathe in smoke-filled rooms.
accommodate white patrons. Negro community with thou- "Men of good will, listen to and cost more."
the Negro at the window seat Two years after that incidenton Delegate A member of a
sands of how the "
attention on our humble words the Pontiff
Parks ,
SEE IT AT Rosa paid no next to Rosa Parks stood up and the Montgomery bus, Mrs. majority of Montgomery's Ne- delegation. Each delegate casts Platform "War and

I 1 6:309:15:00 3:45 that other particular evening The to white the she let tim go by. Parks moved to Detroit to be groes walked to work for 831 implored.The about l-16th of a vote less in Peace," with the exciting parts

SORRY. NO PASSES passengers.full and her Even today, Mrs. Parks with her mother, Leona McCau- days until the bus segregation Pope spoke to his weekly some states whenever he is left out.

*' section wasn't yet doesn't know exactly why shedidn't ley, and her brother, who worksin system, collapsed. On the $10 general audience at his summer asked, which is seldom.
24 VETRO-GOIOWYN-VAYER thoughts were of home, 15 min- Favorite son candidate A
move, why she kept her an automobile factory. The residence south of Rome.
GREAT and CINERAMA present fine and court costs that she
where her husband fellow
utes away, seat and set off the Montgomerybus decision, she said, had nothingto Pope Paul decried "subver- usually a senator or a
Rosa Parks had
ir! HOWI Raymond, a barber, was busy strike that, in reality, do with the Montgomery boy regret never paid whatsoever."It no sive propaganda and revolu- Fix Organs governor, who is boosted for office
getting together by his neighbors who want
launched the activist civil rights cott. Soon after she arrived, her tionary disorders," and said

I TOP : The first stop brought an in- movement. husband found a job as a bar- brought change," she said, that even pacifist statementsare everyone to know that even

DIRECTORS! THE : flux of passengers who dutifully I "I simply didn't think I should ber. She did sewing and altera- "And any change is better than: misused to promote social By FreczllIg.People though he hasn't a chance they
sorted themselves out in the are willing to part with him
............ tion work at home for a time, none at all. and political contrasts. This ,

i WEST ..ev .e, but recently found a dressmak- may have been a reference to anyway.
....,- ?
pro-Communist "peace move- Distinguished The adjectiveused

LWAS*; S NAW. iath. Tried eJ\\ For MoonTravelers ments." for every man ever elected

au..NQ is W.j ee Pope Paul said his thoughtswere By FRANK CAREY to any job which salary is paid

\\If .,' : ERNEST BORGNINE .....wf" .1'. Ititlnl'4iM t7JrvaB2. stirred by the current an- Associated Press Science Writer by the taxpayer. Includes those b

WON! 1.3.5 .. .ae niversary commemorations of who ran unopposed.
*_. 79 I 1214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 I the start of World Wars I and II. pioneer

: MmtOCOLOR'* ALSO IM OCALA HELD OVER! SEATTLE (AP-Plans) for a He expressed concern at the in kidney transplants
TOMORROWDoors forecast today that victims of
six-wheeled vehicle capable of Plan Board
"acute disagreements, already
Open 9 a.m. Positively Las 2 Nites! !organic ailments eventually
DRIVE-IN taking two astronauts for a 14- stained with blood and pregnant may -
Show ot 10 a.m. be frozen in
animation -
FOR CHILDREN SUBURBIA day, 250-mile( jaunt on the sur- with menacing omens existing suspended

ONLY! THEATRE I I $1.00 Carload I face of the moon were disclosed today between various coun- when replacement and later returned to life May MeetThe

Tuesday by the Boeing Co. organs are ,
::::::: :::::::: :<::: tries. available.Dr. .

I WP l! i"ABBOTT FIRST TIME TONIGHT 7:30 3 EXCITING HITS! Boeing, which is heading a Richard Lillehei of the City Plan Board may ..

Open 7.00 See 2 Hits nine-month study for the National Longo Takes University of Minnesota said reschedule last night's cancelled -
Show 7:30 Late As ':0$
THE ACADEMY RWRRD WINNER Aeronautics and Space that might be possible when top meeting tonight if a quorum

Royal Crown Administration statesmen, scientists humani- can be rounded up.
Sf PICiYif on payloads for Office in ,
: Cola k -1/tBllt the Apollo logistics support sys- ItalyROME tarians, athletes and other out- Since only two board members

t I tem, calls the moon vehicle Mo- (AP-Luigi Longo, a standing persons die from diseased showed up last night, the ..

lab, short for mobile labora! hearts or other organs. .
rom Planning Department was instructed
.. tHEATPAOTX P s veteran Communist leader, today He said
a concept would
BEACHCORPSE The vehicle would be sent to formally succeeded the late raise ethical to poll the board to see

.. ......" ..!ftI the moon aboard an Apollo Palmiro Togliatti as secretary- should be questions as but to who if enough members could be
Jonesm K so preserved, ex-
a mustered for session
general of the Italian Commu- a tonight
If radio
spacecraft. signals
FREE ADMISSION pressed a belief such problems
mm te )omt CAT \ [ASTMANCaUM 1 ..oo osu+.. .rt'CI iiIII showed it landed safely, the as- nist party.As might be worked out. agenda includes proposed
a the elected amendments to several city
expected party
-On Screen. tronauts would follow in another He also envisioned the day
-2nd Feature Longo at a closed meeting on ordinances, including regula-
j 7 l K3 Apollo. when space voyagers could be
& *: % e _1.9 [ the morning after Togliatti's kept in controlled cold storagein tions governing mobile home
--If The wheels of the vehicle funeral. park districts, home -upation

f. COSTELLOMIET ar.rwrNa3rd would be five or six feet in di- Longo, 64, became Togliatti's their spaceships for trips be- restrictions, junk yards and

CAPT. fSTEELE ,ameter, wire-wrapped and cov- deputy after World War II and yond the solar system lasting as off-street parking.If .

{' KIDD"Reels Bonus Hit 'ered with steel mesh to helped him organize the West'slargest long as 300 years. the meeting is called it will
I He said that be
cope with jagged rubble on themoon's Communist party. ; be at the Utilities Operations
DALE ROBERTSON long after the turn of the
surface. Togliatti died Friday. Center 555 SE 5th Ave.

a fie ot Fun. "Fast & Sexy"in century.It's conceivable. he said, thai t l

Surprises for all.' COLOR such deep-frozen astronaut i Actress CriedFor

CoMiaqefitedcftoomDINING could be so preserved that theii
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bodies would not age, and could I 9 HoursHOLLYWOOD

be automatically thawed out,I

I and be ready for exploration I
(AP Joan
) -
when they reached their inter.
Crawford says she cried for kl
stellar objective.He .
nine hours straight after hear
LfcDANCING and a number of associates
ing-from newsmen-that she was!
told about the
r developments -
: being replaced in a movie for
in technical to the
Inn reports the first time in her career.
CIR U O E Elei&CtAI University COCKTAI LSttt < first annual meeting of the So-. Producer-director Robert Aldrich -

Rn roti MPk. ciety for Cryobiology, an organization -
k' 3742442Ml devoted to studying the replaced the ailing Miss:
S.W. Did St. I : Crawford with Olivia de Havil-}
preservative effects of applying.
land as costar with Bette
,4.a. +
extreme cold to living tissues.
Davis in "Hush, Hush Sweet
Lillehei in an interview said Charlotte."

S K recent advances have been
Yf f1Ef j 1C te1p' L. "I'm used lo having people
made at the University of Min
look me straight in the
A eye --
nesota in taking kidneys from
not this indirect treatment she
human preservingthem
corpses said from her bed in Cedars of
e for up to 11 hours after thepatient's
Lebanon Hospital.
death r
at temperaturesjust
She is there for the second
above freezing, and then
time with a persistent case of
transplanting them into patients
pneumonia. Her illness forced
facing death from kidney ail
.. > shutdown of the multimillion-
1k ments.IN .
dollar movie.Behind. ,

-vs- PATTON Pa. (AJ)

F Defendant. Myers, 98, wants fo sell his 1923
Xt TO: Robert Michael Stanford Model A Ford sedan because"There's

t ., ?$. Whose Office Address Residence Is and Unknown Post too much: traffic andit

You are hereby notified that Marie moves too fast."
Stanford has filed her sworn Complaint
I in the Circuit Court of Alachca Coun- Myers said he bought the car

ty.Decree Florida of Divorce.against you seeking e Final new and paid $600 for it. He R

You are further notified that the return said it's been 68,000'iniles, -never -
II day of this Notice to Defend Is
Ll to I Sept. 22, 1964 and you shall Of said over 50 miles per hourandis
a date serve a copy of your defense. If in good condition.
any upon Lowry and Andrews. Attorneys -
a I for the Plaintiff whose address is "The fastest I ever i drove was
P. O. Box 390 Gainesville. Florida. and
Immediately thereafter file th-. original of 45 miles an-hour and that was
same in the office of the Clerk of the because
I was in a funeral
Circuit Court of the above styled Court
otherwise e Decree Pro Confesso will and I had to keep up
I be entered against
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit with the other cars," he said.
Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
it Florida as well as the Clerk of the NOTICE OF INTENTION 10
Circuit Court on this 17th day of August REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Cp r, xa r A.D. 1964. Pursuant to Chapter 156. f. FLORIDA
9 met Aae fir J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk STATUTES. .'59. notice It h-reby eSven
BY: (s) Emily Waterhouse D.c. that Joseph Silverman doing business as
(3561) ';19. 24; ':2. Young American Shop (Court Seal) with the Clerk of the Circuit: Court of
s Alechau County said fictitious traelame
under the provisions of the aforesaid -
statute. i
"' DATED day August
., ..troo CERY. 19...
V. JR.,

-vs- Plaintiff Attorney 11 N. W. First Street 1
Gainesville Florida
I\ ,."." Defendant. (3573) I:24; 9: 2, 9. 16 1IN

l: .: '. : ,- TO:I1CS Beverly Tucker Ann Lane Brown JUDGE IN PROBATE., ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA ;

C-2 In re Estate of
Apartment Baltimore 7. MarylandYou LAURA ANN SNOWDEN HAWKINS,
z notified that there Deceased.To \
are hereby
Sun Carrier Wins has been filed by ARTHUR V. BROWN.JR. All Creditors and Perfcns Having
Bicycle .. in the Circuit Court of Alechva Claims or Demands Against V>id Estate: :
S County Florida his complaint against You and each of you are noti.
you and that the relief therein prayed fed end required to present
and demands which you fby of
tor Is divorce.
Pat Spann, son of Mr. and Mrs. the new bicycle is John Schouten, I This a.is, therefore la command you to you LAURA may ANN have SNOWDEN against HA th $. OS-of

file your written defense In said cause eased: late of said County, to kh*. Coun-
Jack Spann of 2710 N.E. 12th district where I I For carefree dining pleasure on or before the Mth day of September ty Judge of Alachue Couftyj Florida
supervisor of the and the best in seafood and A. D. 1964. and that you shall thereaft at his office In the court h4vs of said
St., is the proud owner of a brand r chicken bar. County at Gainesville Florid*, within six/
us serve you a 'calendar months from the\ time of
Pat because
is a Carrier. He won I defenses, if any on Barton & Burwelt ''first publication of this fxtlce. Each
new bicycle.I Shaking P a t'sa. ,. "BANQUET IN A BOX"! 212 $. E. First Street Gainesville Florida claim or demand shall be In "wri ing,
I attorneys for the plaintiff and inv 'and shad state the place el
; in congratulations as he awards of 32 new orders to the. .. _, mediately thereafter file the original In and post office address of tfi* claimant
.' my office. Upon failure to comply with and shall be sworn to by the claimant
.-.. .. I 011 iSmIDJrn either of the above a decree pro confess Ms agent his etturftcy'\end any I!
will be against
F to law. you according such claim or demand not s T' tied shall

309 .... Btfe St..tf-flMO* HtZ-6311 Witness my hand and seal of our Circuit I be void.W A. SHANDS. \
Court this 24tn day of August A.D. i As Executor of the Last WBI arid f

<&Ctin l' uilfu 1944. J.Circuit B. CARMICHAEL Court Clerk of deceased Testament Laura Ann of Snowden H-"kllls.\ 1

By Emily WaterhouseCourt ,
( Seal) BARBER .ElL. V
-L: -ii BARTON & BURWELL 203 Northeast 1st Street. *
I I 212 S. E. First Street Gainesville Florida
C Gainesville Florida Attorneys for Executor.
I j' Attorney for Plaintiff First publication August 11 19&4 .
(1572) I.2J 9A f. 16 (u.t) '.12. 19,Ut 1.2I


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Wednesday, August 26, 1954 Gainesville Sun 21 \

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mole Help Wonted 32 Mobile Homes For Sole

I \

RATES WANTED experienced Legal Secretary WANTED one second cook and one USED TRAILER Large living
to begin work by August 21. dishwasher. Apply to Hotel Thomas room rear kitchen two bedrooms iEipEEAi6 I
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith In person. 615 N.E. 2nd St. upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also
PH. 3728441for experience and ability. a travel trailer. 376-8361.
:0.e Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and REP. FOR TEXAS ACROSS Recipient
Blue Shield. For interview contact NORTHWESTTRAILER pj
I E. A. Clayton or James E. OIL CO. WORTH SALES Dishonored of a medal A 1T A
Clayton. Phone 3729591. 7. Popular 32. Chum

Classified Only SECRETARY WANTED Must be UP TO $14,000Need At Palm 2702 Lane Waldo Road N.E..3760205Ya'll assembly 33. Spring P I R (* L E i

.. .- I proficient In shorthand and typ- man over 40 for Gainesville -T'V place month I !
ing. Salary commensurate with area. Take short auto trips.
DEADLINESTues. I experience and ability. Scruggs Contract heavy equipment and ComeSee 12. line soft 35. Hindu E i Pii iir A R

= & Carmichael 3 SE 1st Avenue fleet owners. Write C. A. Dicker- wool cymbals

\ I Ph. 376-5242. son, SW Petroleum, 534 N. Main our custom-made 12-wides at 2; 13. Call forth 37. Exclama L L O1'1 I A R A
thru Fri. paper -S PJTL Day before publication CURB Ft Worth Texas. 10-wide prices. M.H JULA. Approved : .
For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a m. Sat. = dy end Top Brands. I yr. financing ) l4.IJ.S.nationofim-. CIRCUSTOP5

For adi to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. S.... i in night person shift, top Jerry's wages.Restaurant Apply; INSURANCE with car. Commissions SALESMAN/ &over partial 21. len available.at Lake See Geneva Dad and Trailer Brad Saleson Lar- lional birds patience C N C. 0 R E. I R I T C.

(Minimum ad 4 lines) 2310 S. w. 13th St. expenses Included. Reply box 569- Rt. too 1 mile S_E. of Keystone : : l5.Flrstap58.Stripling Aj :
BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted. Ac -0 Gainesville Sun listing Heights. Open evenings and pearance in 41. Apple drink
= 5'. name age marital status. experience i
FAMILY RATES days a week. Group Insurance
sick pay. Please phone & qualifications, enclosing ; society 43. Lethargic SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
I a recent snapshot. Sunday.WYATT 16. Theater 45.
1 3721581. PosItive
1 Insertion .. .. 34c line
3 Insertion .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..:::::: 22c line 5 WANTED part time salesgirL Apply NEEDED sign pole 3.Jason' Chaffinch I

Insertions .............................................. 17c line i in person. Federal Bake Shop 1?. Soak flax 46. slip
12 Insertions' .. ... 14c Una Gainesville Shopping Center. 25 diesel truck tractors not more : Covenant 4. Yellow 10. Haw. I
Total charg computed by multiplying. ; total i lln.i x rata earned Ii INSURANCE than 2 yrs. old to lease for pulling Trailer SalesHome .110tV Nothing 47.Disclpli.ocher guitar
x number of insertions. secretary bookkeeper trailers in Central FlorI- 20.
I = with typing shorthand, t, ex da. Permanent lease pay weekly. of White heron nary Actuality 11. Came together

< Five letter words per line perience. Reply box 569-A coo Call terminal m.nager' to Pacemaker Mobile Homes 22. Born 48. Traps 6. One who
II fjIi Gainesville Sun. listing name. 5. Mon thru Fri. Winter Garden Shasta and Airstream 24. Mother-of-
age. martial status experience 8. I Fla. Phone 656-2772. Travel Trailers tIutsmed1I8.Squ root

Same as t lines qualifications enclosing a recent YOUNG MAN Ocala's First Mobile Home pearl DOWN tally oflOO

= ... 8 Pt. ordinary type a snapshot. I from 19 to 23 yrs. of age high 1923 Dealer: Silver- Springs Since 1Ua Blvd. ; 27. To wit 1. lovia col. 7. Nourished 20. Stray from

I WHITE housekeeper companion. I school graduate with average or Phone 629-1358Ocala. 29. Fountain legetown truth
1 12 Pt.Sami as 3 lines 55-65 for elderly lady. Sal. $75 better grades for full time permanent Fla Baking
I ordinary type Ii mo. References. HY 6-4632 Lake position as salesman In our nymph Sustain chamber 21. Uncommunicative-
Butler, Fla. Day or night Men's department. Apply personnel 1952 model Schultz B x 40 trailer
Same as 4 lines 1 BR. wall to wall carpeting
1 18 P t. ordinary typo = 12 Mole Help Wanted office.. Wilson's DepartmentStore. throughout except kitchen. Call T rr-r r ;- 'lr rr--ir 23. Organ of e
r.: after S P.M. 376-0790.
// sight IIl.
WANTED plasterers work at once. __
= DISHWASHER good hours good Phone EDison 5-9182 or EDison FOR SALE-1953 two bedroom 1x43 I' 24. Catnip r

24: Pt. Same .s S line pay. Apply Wonderhouse Restau "2532. Ft. Myers. Fla. I trailer. Good cond.tion.; V 25.1ikeagats tIf
1 ordinary type rant. 14 SW 1st. behind Sears. Phone FR 2-4179. -
IE JMALE ONLY. Partor 26. Green
GRILL man experienced. Top sal- full time. Preferably teach BACK TO SCHOOL 'lI
E ary. Apply Wonderhouse Restau- ers. Evening appointments. Se l- porcelain
rant. 14 SW 1st St. Behind Sears. Ing. No canvassing or soliciting. DISCOUNTS 28.Wire
/ 17 'I / 11 W
2. & 3
bedrooms. 8. 10 & 12
36 PI Same 7 ROUTE salesman for soft Interstate E n gin e e ring Corp..
as lines drink
Gainesville division. 4 openings. wides. Up ot seven years to payat 836 Vh measurement

ordinary type I 25-38.company.Phone Must FR be 28511 bondable> to age 5 376-2585. bank rates.A r'l'1 : o Zl ij'll. lJ 30. Likely

weekdays. MAN wanted for local wholesae! Trip to Butts Mobile Homes ;:J'h 34. Corrodes

milk route. Must be married Will Save You SSS ilCi ZS 26 iT lO 36.Moi.herof
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one SOLICITOR WANTED. selling experience bondable previous experience: age

incorrect insertion nor will it be liable. for any error In advertisement helpful earnings un 2135 and high school graduate N. W. 13th St. at 6th St. On street Xfittta Wltafi&t IF -. - Helen of Troy
to greater extent than the cost of the space occupied limited. UNIVERSITY STUDENT preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th parking all around our corner Otf : 31: 38. teller
by th. Item It the advertisement.I No adjustment will MAY apply. Others age 25 40. St. Open AM. to 9 P.M. each week Story
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of Write history and selling back day. Good news for beginners and T.V. iT iT 39. Pay onc'i
the advertisement. ground for appt. H. & W. Industries watchers You knit / Jf- ; // //.
376-8361 can this Jacket
Ii P.O. Box 1111 Ocala. Fla. 13-Help Male or Female yourself : share

The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising I WANTED For Sale I BR air condo 0': S" 3' 31 40. Former
a. piano player for gospel 7 V.38 'j .
MAN from 45 to 55 of :
yrs. age trailer & enclosed
.odI cabana.
lectmg any advertisement which It deems oblectional I to or man & wife team. Apply at cellent condition. FR 2-98M Knit 4" squares alternating 2 tz. /"h Vh : rulers of

( change red ti the conform classification to the policy of any of advertisement the paper. from that or Ide 5! quartet.Phone 481-2381. Cue Stick Billiards. Should know A.M. and 6-12 P.M. furn.1 colors using only knit purl stitch 41 42 I'l ? 4J44 Tripoli
something about pool & get along es. Bands finish jacket. Pattern
r :
MORLEY'S SANDWICH well with the younger crowd. SCHULT. Early American 2 836: directions chart; size 32.34; - -. 41. Explosive
1IIIIIIIIIIIIm! mans SHOP rooms 10x50' HillcreSt Trailer 36-38. 4S t% 4i device

1029 W. Univ. Ave. Counter 14-Sales Help Wanted Court Lot A.5. /
man 42. Unit of
LOST Transistor radio in front and general Restaurant work. Apply Thirty-five cents In coins for ;r 45- - reluctance -

I of house at the Home Show at in person. EXPERIENCED. high calibre real 33 LOTS FOR SALE this pattern add IS cents for I
17th Place on Aug. 24th. Please' estate salesman for busy local office each pattern for ist-class mailing 44. Legume
call FR 1827.. Rewardl CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 All replies confidential. 1 acre, N.W. and special handling. Send to Laura For rime 28 mln. u ;lewsfeotvre* 8/26
YOU'RE LOST Wallet In Publlx Super yrs old needed for paper routeIn Box No. 465 A. Gainesville Sun 2 acre lots S.W. Wheeler Gainesville Sun Nee-

Market August 24th. Keep 5 SI the N.E. and N.W. Sections. LICENSED Real Estate salesman. TV acre Ranchettes SW. restricted decraft! Dept. P. O. Box 161. Old

bills please return wallet valuable Wonderful experience for your $100 a week drawing account homesites Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y. .
papers I checks on Or- son. daily contact with the public Large volume builder developing Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER 35 Houses for Salt
lando prepares him for a leading role MARY MOELLER NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt
Bank FR
6-6077. 3 Position in Gainesville. I
In his future. For more information areas. 1019 W. University FR 4-4471
call Gainesville Sun Circula- Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gaines SPtCTACULARIt: : MOVE IN TOMORROW Two bedroom CB newly painted
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE tion Dept. 3728441. ville Sun.SALESMAN. LOTS for sale In veautiful Idylwild more NEW fashions FOR 19651 to knit 200, crochet designs than- Unusual floor plan sets this three I shady lot 60 x 120. airconditioner.
between Gainesville and the new 10 UNIT 10 BATH bath elec washer
for career sales opportunity bedroom. two home apart range and refrig
MAN over 21, vacancy in W. Ala- golf and country club. Large restricted everl Plus 3 FREE patterns em-
APMT. HOUSE from others. Lifetime terrazzo erator. Storage shed. Tiled bath.
-kAkN 10 DMsvi : not
pec&eI attention experience required broidery. dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts.
chua Co. Gainesville for lots. Certified public wa-
or part
to nervous or elderly. but desirable excellent opportunity for new Needlecraft Catalog. floors. newly redecorated. Builtin I Immediate occupancy Very lowdown
Rawleigh dealer. Full time preferred ter system. Outside ctiy limits. TOPS IN: kitchen. $600. down includes
OFF Easy Way Driving SchooL FR for man who can work payment and $65 monthly.
Will consider ambitious 1750. to $2500.Clyde
2-7002. Lie:. by State of Fla. without constant supervision. Excellent VAlUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT LOCATION closing. S101 per month Includes Easy private financing. See it at
part-timer. Many now earning S3 earning potential. Send SeckInger. Realtor OCCUPANCYREVENUEI taxes and insurance 3130 NW 10th St.. and phone FR
PATTERNS In deluxe new
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON per hour and up. Write Rawleigh Owner & developerPh. Inc. .
Hugh 7170.UNIQUE
resume to box 566-A c-o Gainesville -
Book. For beginners experts. Send
Beauty on a BudgetAll FA I 320 1170. Memphis. Tenn. Sun FR 6-5038 FULL PRICE ONLY $38.000 376-7971
50 cents nowl
work guaranteed 3 bedroom. 2 bath home.
YOUNG man. high school education ACRE lots for sole. $13000 DOWN. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT -
Perm. S5 up Sham-set $1.50 up Complete with large paneled den.
14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727726 to answer phone wait on 18 Schools & Institutions Phone 3724416LOT ONLYI A horn and Only $17.500 Located at 3707 NW
Open nights by uppt customers in busy building sup 35 Houses for Sale living ABOVE payment IN- ImmediateOccupancy 23rd Ave. For further details call
ply yard. No phone calls. WriteP. SHORTHAND ENGLISH with 3 trailer spaces and 2 VESTIGATE FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thornas -
E SPECIAL NOTICES O. Box 4S Secretarial Courses Classes now patios. 3 septic tanks lots of LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI 106 E. Univ. Ave.
WITH WANTED 4 MENto forming. Howell's Business College shade. good rental Income. Just 3 BR, 2 baths. central heat out 372-4224 or 372.4225 $75 MONTH. $450 Down. NE 3 Br.,
PEOPLE interested in SenatorGoidwatefs work with large eastern electrical of city limits. deep well, REA 1 bath. screened porch. Kitchen
218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- outside city limits. For sale. FR I 3034 NE 14th Dr., 8 Mo. old 3
please located at 3616 NW 34th
concern In the Gainesville 3507. 6-8383. power B equipped Central heat. Can movein
r. 2 bath Fla
call and leave number at FR .- area. High commissIons. we furnish : 1- St.C.II. room. patio. Now. FR 22774.
6690. Paid Political Adv. leads. Age 23-40. neat in appearance HIGH SCHOOLat 6 lots 50 x 135 each. NE lath built in oven and range. Air CHOICE two three and four bed-
car No experience home free booklet. Am. r Ican Ter. & 2nd Ave. Priced to sell 372-2372 or 376.8190. condo Cent. heat. Large corner room homes at convenient loca BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed
THANK YOU for making the necessary. School. P. O. Box 16661. Jacksonville or will trade for Income property lot. Pool membership. $850 down. tions. Quality construction plus rooms. 2 baths. large conveni
needed train
1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe Call Mr. Haney -Mon.we Wed. you.and Fla 32216. J. R. Crane owner 372.3632. BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 bath extra $17,850. 312.0681.CENTRAL bonus features such as: real ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter.
it Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 fully sodded lot.
Gainesville walls
success was. plaster
Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between IBM machines. 024-026 limited en N.W. 13th Ave. Available en AIR CONDITIONING A STEALBY
Junior Woman's Club HomeBuilders lifetime terrazzo floors GE central
34 Waterfront PropertyOVER Nearly new home in quiet neigh-
9 and 10 A.M. Scott & Fetzer rollment classes
now short notice. FR 4-7993 for appt.
Assoc. of Gainesville. heat adaptable to A-C, GE
borhood. Has fenced
rear yard.
Corp. Howell Business College 218 W.
1 A INSURANCE AGENTS Univ. Ave. Phone 3763507. 30 acres Of lake front many FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew wall to wall carpet. central air built-in oven and range. a I 11 OWNERMUST
FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail bearing trees. Also 5 fur. conditioning. three good size bedrooms brick fronts rustic gas lamps.
Problem cases our specialty. I pecan Palm model. One of sacrifice. 3 bedroom, I
can help you place this business clothing and furnishings. Experience MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for nished houses with dock and deep the best looking Springs homes we've ever two baths. Extremely well sidewalks swim club member bath large Fla room. large living
which will help you and your necessary in retail sell- CIVIL SERVICE well pump. Many extras. On builL Four bedrooms. 2 full cared for home and grounds. S15- ship. room dining room built-In
clients. Life or hosp. Call Mr. ing. Salary commensurate with Examinations. For informationsend Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis baths. beautiful brick facade. 983. Owner willing to sacrifice kitchen convenient to shopping
SkadowskU 372-6532 anytime or ability and experience. SV4 day name address & Phone No. Jewelry excellent kitchen arrangement. some equity in this home to responsible No cash down VA.Low center and schools. Must sec

writ. P. O. Box 14007. Gaines- week. Insurance benefits. Write Key Training Service. 112 W. Co.SPECIAL $16,900 No money down. VA party. Call for appointment FHA da-sn. to appreciate the value. No qualifying -
ville. Fla.I resume to box 461-A to arrangefor Adams St.. Jacksonville. to see. Hugh Edwards Low down payment. OrIginal
Lot FHA only $800 down. Price Includes Also conventional financing.
Interview. 104 x 208' for mobile home. Inc. 376-7971. price $21,600 price now
WILL not be for debts personal $1500. S. off fully sodded front lawn
: responsible Real Estate Exam 1 Mile Paynes $18,84578. $500 down. LocatedIn
incurred by anyone other than myself leading Prairie. For appointment call gas lamp, swim club: member AVAIL. Sept. 1, 3 BR. 1V4 bath. Move in
ONE nice at 1321 NW
NW section
GOOD after this date August 25. COURSE FR 63032.Cedar. CCB low down payment. $86 per
companies writing medical and ATTEND First lesion free. ship.VILLAGE GREENBy mo. Conveniently located to 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633.

1964.JAMES LESTER ALDEN, JR. dental care and life hospitalization insurance deslr.insurance HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEuE Key Shoresfine HUGH EDWARDS. INC. schools and shopping. 1408 N.E. TomorrowVlllAGf PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe
218 W. Unlv. Ave
14th Ter. FR .
2909 N. E. 15th 3855.
8 Boby Sitters. Child Car es the service of a high caliber FR. 63507. 372-3727. homesites from $2250 Tropicana. by Hugh Edwards.
gentleman whose duties will be non-waterfront from $1510 376-7971 SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom. 2 bath Inc. has been widely acclaimed
PIANO teacher available Member house near Sidney Laner and Gainesville's most beautiful home
4235 NW 10th St. GREEN
to fill definite appointments
f ITheep infants and children in my GMTA; beginners and Intermediates In Its You may now
: home. by licensed representatives to eXplaIn Desirable 3 BR 2 bath home High School on city bus line. price range
j all ages. 1311 N. E. 20th Marina LocationsINVEST large Fla room 8. patio. Lot100x176' $10,000. Can be zoned R2. Phone own this marvelous home com.pietely .
Call FR 2-5169 these services. PI or call 372- 53'2 anytime FR 65412.HIGHLANDS.. equipped with central I air
YOU must be a permanent resident I : facilities needed here lots of trees. conditioning, dishwasher, disposal
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE own a car and be willing 26 Farm Equipment Beautiful lots NW section 3 Br., 2 bath quality NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. built-in oven and range and

START Day wk.. or mOo Old NewberryRd. to make evening appointments.We Motel LocationsINVES Commercial property & acreae.E. built. 2 story masonry. Cent. patio gas bar-b-q grill for only
Planned programs. Pick up are interested only In a man 2 ROW Allis Chamblis tractor. 1 heat reasonable down payment. HUGHEDWARDS $22,3CO. Ask to see this luxurious
: accommodations Price $23,500 530 N. E. 7th
at Littlewood
and Terwilliger
who Is accustomed to making turn plow. Disk cultivating out home at your convenience
C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. Cor. Blvd. 3728245.
schools. Call FR 26667. slog to $150 per week. fit. $800. See at Rt. 1. Box 318. needed HUGH EDWARDS. INC
WRITE District Manager, P. O. FR 6-2221 H. H. Thomas.. 638 N. Main St. 3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned central 376-7971
FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
TINY TOT Box 10475, Tampa Fla., giving DAVID ANDREWS- heat stove ad refrigerator. ,

your past business experience. 28 Livestock fir Supplies Drive by 2503 NE 10th Terrace

When ui and see for yourself. Experienced men needed Immediately WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE KEY 3 841 831 TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 KEPT Central Florida's Largest FURNACES and Quality
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. for management opportunities or bedrooms 2 baths hardwood
I dairyman to show us a better 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand Builder and Developer Central AirConditioners
COMPETENT: mother will care in some cities.IF dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMiUs JUST over one acre heavily wood- floors central heat air-cond. screened porch. Large corner Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th
for children reasonable in her II have aspirations of owning 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai- ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles from units electric range and drapes. lot. Immediate occupancy. St.
you Lot 110'xl20' with shade trees.
( home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone Cadillec. boat Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PON Gainesville. SO front feet on clear $11,500. FHA terms. See Dick 376-7971
own home. 3125 W. Univ. Ay. FR 6-6427.
Your FR 64481.EXPERIENCED. cabin and are willing per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- lake. S3500 with $1500 down and Robinson.
& summer
$50 month. or $3.000 cash.
chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461- per BY OWNER. Palm View Estates
clem schoolteacher I to put out 56 yau can enjoy FR 6-3211. Ext. 5561. Fred Bry RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor
will care for children. 3 these good things In life 210S' ant. less than one year old. cen. air 11 W. Univ. Ave 3761359 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by TsBSJL
ere play area planned program. I while you are still able to. or conditioned and heat, S800 down
lunches 8 snacks. 372.71SO. If you have reached the end of 30 PETS & SUPPLIES WINFRED H. CRAWFORD and assume mortgage. See at BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SS$ I
I, the promotional trail in your Reg! Broker, specaliztng In 4037 N.W. 18th Place or call 376- By investing In a U. S. Steel Home workmanshipcall Best In equipment using Internally -
Family For top quality Insulated ducts. designed
11 FXvtALE: HELP WANTED present occuaption or you desire PEKINGESE. Pek a poo and LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. 0734. built in this area by I engineered and Installed
to enter a prestige profession black miniature Poodles. $35 to AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer ALACHUA HOMES. INC. 372-6142
with membership !'n Cham- $50 with papers. Effie LindSey. GR 5-2981. equity In 3 BR, 2 bth.rbuiltinkit. Phone 376-0630
HOUSEWIVES Commerce. Country Club ., terrazzo floors heat. Model Home Opening every Sun. GAINESVILLE ALL AMERICAN HEATING
ber of Trenton Fla. Phone HO 32462or cen.
Kids In school soon? Going to have civic groups and be on Important HO 32313. $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! Phone 376-8779. from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Vacations some spare time? Christmas community l committees you 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL UPHOLSTERY
coming up before you can hard- should I contact the. Professional I AKC. Reg. German Shepherd pups. river, with Vt mile Rd. frontage 2 BR. home on corner lot lowdown Compare cost with all other 3 1508 NW. 13th St. I PH. 376-8258
I ly turn around. Need extra money Insurance Corp. in Room 205 Very good stock. Call FR 2-3086. less than 3 mi. to High Springs. payment $60 per mo. Located I bedroom, 2 bath fully air cond. Free Estimates-nc* vp and 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.

for gifts for those new grandchildren Baird Hdwe. Bldg 8:30 to 10:30 I :SIAMESE kittens and stud service About 80 acres cleared fram at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY delivery. 14 Hour Service
? We need ladiM for A.M. or phone 3768485 registered lilac blue and house shed and storage room. Tommy Ridgell 3724125. TIME."
part time employment. 20 hrs. chocolate point; $25 up. Williston spring. Ideal Club or Camp site. 3 BR, 1 bath cen. heat built-in -w___ I ------
per week. SI.25 per hr. Your Professional Is an old line legal 528-6448. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor oven and range paved street.

age Is no barrier if you are Reserve Company with home offices AKC Reg. German Shepherd 11 W. Unlv Ave. Ph. 376-1359 fenced yard. $1.800 down $75 mo.
30. The Professional Insurance
over -
in Jacksonville and Is expanding 1520 SE 23rd Lane. 376-0880.
wormed and shots. Call
Corp. office is in Poem 205 RETIREMENT RENDEZVOUSFIVE
Baird Hdwe. Bldg. and hiring its operations through FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE rooms and bath on Lake Al 3 Bedroom 1 bath CCB house
representative will be In from several states Promotions and 17th Avenue to. Furn.. Incl elec. range. GE walking distance to Littlewood
but need
8 30 to 10:30 each morning or income unlimited. to fill v.e vacaricies JENNY BURROW (Sicilian), 3 yrs. refrigerator oil heater good water and Westwood Schools. Well landscaped -
call 376-8485 for an appointment. men immediately old. $50. 5240 NW 8th Ave. Old dock and boat shed Lg. 610 NW 35th Ter. 376-1374.
.created by promotions and Newberry Road. Phone 372-6667. Cleared", lot $10.400. 48.1758.
INA WAITRESSES wanted H.ward expansion. We have:
Johnson Restaurant. Please apply :2 poodle puppies male. 6 wks., PARRISHPRESENTS
In person. 2830 NW 13th St. 1. A highly salable product reg. 1 chocolate 1 black. $75. 35 Houses for Sale YE

WANTED experienced waitress. 2. A market Phone 3728695.
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau 3, A generous commission It i iA. FREE Moving in Flavet. Need OWNER LEAVING 3 BR 2 bath.
overwrite In
fenced back S350 down
rant. 310 NW 13th St. home for small young dog. Housebroken yard.
Unlimited advancement oppor. with all shots. Pleasedon.t & assume FHA mortgage. 2002
LEGAL Secretary typing. short- tunity NE 16th Ter. or call 376-2293.
call if you can't give her CONVENIENT. easy walking distance
hand ferred.required.Call FR 2-8585.Experience pre- 5. Integrity 1 backing unsurpass. excellent home. Owner 372-6644 1005 NORTHEAST 6th Street. by to downtown. 2 bedroom
ed after 5 P.M. owner 3 BR 2 baths sep. dining frame cottage on paved street
REGISTERED NURSES PosI- room Irg. kit., screened porch east of new Post Office building. THIS WEEK'S IS ON
tions available R.N for 3-11 WE NEED YOU! 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 7 closets. air conditioner builtin Properly priced for a cash deal. SPOTLIGHT

shift In E.R.. 11-7 spervlsor. O.R. SERVICE station mechanic want. cedar chest. back; yard ter.
supervisor. two O.R. technicians ed. Apply MotTS 1605 N.W. 6th race. Paved streets sidewalks GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good J-
and Registered Nurses for all St.FULL. Call FR 29659 or FR 6-4140. bedroom, 2-bath home in this
shifts. 7-3. 3-11. and 117. Con- BUTTS very desirable area near the GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM
THREE BEDROOM. 1 bath dining -
NEW tace Mrs. M. Gllcrease Directorof TIME meat cutter. honest University. Excellent financing S
reliable 8. dependable. Apply in room. built-in kitchen, fenced
Nurses WuesthoH Memorial permits property to be handled
East Side Market. 1424 back yard. well I landscaped. $350 with minimum down Holiday Inn
A Hospital. P. O. Box 6. Rock- person. pay
Mobile down. take up payments: $79 mo.
ledge Florida. Phone 6362211. Hawthorne Rd. ment. .
Phone 3721949. 1600 SE 23rd .
E.t. 219. 13th St.
WANTED experienced beef boners Lane. BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bedroom : 1900 S.W.

MORLEY'S SANDWICH and mentcutters. Call for appointment A Nice frame house. 4 Beorooms 2-bath masonry home with

SHOP 3725351. Homes large living room. kitchen hall living room separate dining General Gaines Steak Room offers modern comfort

1029 W. Univ. Ave. Waitress apply WANTED young man for apprentice and bath. Front and sHe porch.All room family room with fireplace in their famous Carry American fashion.
In person. garment cutter. Excellent I INC. freshly painted inside and modern built-in kitchen. in eating
opportunity. Must have completed out. Located on large let 133' Central heat. ; s9ts ;: The serving hours in the "Steak Room".are from
OR WANTED saleslady must have I jewelry NEW :
military obligations. Must be 5' x 104.. All this and more $4.25000 ., 6:00 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight.
store experience referen 10." Apply in person Fla. Athletic .. W & ir WIDES Easy terms. Call FR 6-2W. FLORIDA PARK. Immediate oc
ces. Steady position good salary. Co. 302 NW 6th St. No tel'!- also cupancy can be had on this .
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. hone calls. CAMPERS 4 BR modem home on 1 acre of pleasant 3 bedroom horn enlarge Mr. Hintermister says. "Watch for the opening of

WANTED experience waitresses We need U trade-ins this month land. 17,300. Terms. Phone GR lot. Walking distance t. the new GENERAL GAINES LOUNGE. Even under

all shifts. Larry Restaurant I Call us for the best deals. 5-2277. Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- construction conditions, the 'Steak Room will continue -
1225 W. Unlv. Ave. Apply Humpty I No salesmen calls FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA ley Schools.UNIVERSITY.

Dumpty Drive In. I THEY INSURE 3768361NW approval you can have Immediate ACRES. Restrictednew s.ervin9.Watch .
BEAUTY tIlls St. at 6th St. On street possession and ownership of
DEMONSTRATORS west side subdivision of
USED Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating j TO AGE 90! parking all around our corner. the NE best Glin value sville.house 3 BR for with sale air In acre lots. Paved streets. NO For Next Week' SPOTLIGHT
famous Studio Girt Open 9 A.M. to f P.M. each CITY TAXES as these lots are
i "Ag clone does not make Con ;tionlng. Paneled family room
Cosmetics. Full or Part Tim week day. for outside City limits. Suggest you
joIning living-dining area extra
Phone 376-4336 after 6. you un-insureble; says 19&4 NEW MOON. 5fl x 10. Phone make your selection before prlc.

Joe F. Willio"'I. President- 472-2394 or 472.2071. Newberry. and spaciousness.dishwasher. Back Electric yard range completely es advance. DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *

Sun Want Ads Bankers Health fir Life In- SALE 1963 New Moon. 10x60. :3 enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnished
Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at UNIVERSITY INN
turance Company. BR. front kitchen. living room home for rent. Close to GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA
and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- 2213 NE 7th Ter. University. Will lease for one Closed for vacation 6 repllnling. Charcoal Steak Room Smorvas-
Get Results : "Folks 40 to 90 like our 0355 after 5 p.m.FEDERAL 3 BR, 2 bath. study. attractive year at $16000 per month- STEAK ROOM open 7 clays a wtell. board. Cocktail Hour S to 7. J

CAR : new $1000 BLUE RIBBON 100"" x 139 corner lot. at 2225 Featuring U.S. Prime end Choice Friday. Aug. 28th drinks for the price 0' 1. D./IC.
: policy. It makes sure their QUALITY NE 8th St. $450 dn.. $79 per mo. SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom. air. steeks prepared to taste Rememberl We'JI 1M you ttltn. \no Ill 2 ...M. to BObbY GriHilt's
HOMES INC. FHA or pay more dn. & taKeover conditioned home In good ncrttv your Palmer Sue Long Comb 6 RIchard Parkers orches- ,
I grieving loved one will 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR <", per cent VA Mtg. at east lOCatiOn. unfurnished. $160. on our open "urth. HGId'V; Inn fra. 1901 S.W lIft St. FR .244L. "
1900 5.W. 13th It. Fit 6-12U. _ _ _ ,
ATTENTION I have no worries about how 25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. $6450 per mo. Shown by appt. 00 per month on lease for year. .., ,

: to poy final expenses." CONNOLLYMobile only. Ph. 372.:3707. SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-bedroom BILLIARD'S BOWLING *

WOMEN : I No agent calls on you. No NEW 2 bedroom frame house. lust unfurnished rental. $125.00 ORLEANS
Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 completed nice wooded lot. Smiles per month. lease for year. CUE STICK BilliARDS PALM LANES
Announcements I I medical exam necessary. bedroom mobile homes. Many out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. (Formerly Fred'i Locker Room)
Without any experience you can I Free details mailed to floor plans. 7 year financing. BuslMu"M'1 lunch .1.5 Fun for not Ofty! young men Well be closed August 10tt1 Wry
earn money for your Christmas you I I Drive out today. 3 miles South IDLEWILD Painted CCB. 3 BRa Served 11:30 ANI 2:00 P.M. BUT young wom n. tot. the 11". for reservlclng and 'a-
Shopping by selling Avon Cosmetics : in plain envelope. j of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. 2 baths Fla. Rm. built-in range M.M.PARRISH Dinner S.rvied 6 12 P.Me Bring your dltes conditioning of our .11.-,.. Well
3 LOST & FOUND and toletries.: Our Salev- d i Tear oct this ad rightnow 376-0571 & oven cent heat, room air-con- 4362 HW lIfts St. Open 10 A.h5. 'Iii 12 PoM. .n you the 1.ffI. 2606 W.ldo
ditioning. Ig. shaded lot near
903 N. Maim Street bad 27..4654.
LOST Beagle dog. mostly white women earn tint weekly bw Send your name address j a Lowest prices easiest terms. largest new elm.! school 3764109.BY .
with black comes, plus Savings Bonds. ''I of display In central Florida.We .
large spots. wearing birth to
collar with owners. name. Las Earn your Holiday expense I BANKERS. Dept. C256. trade tor anything. Free WOOD SCHOOL.- 3 BR. 2 bath. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
seen on NW 39th Ave. near 75; money with Avon. Write AVON. livery up to 100 miles.FRAILER .
Interchange $50 Reward. PhoneE. P. O. Box 448. Gainesville Fla. 317 W. Rosedale. Fort MART e-I kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING H. Wayne Hilt Helen Graham ENTERTAINMENT IN

I M. Seville. FR 6-3370. Gaines I or call FR 2-0421. Worth. Texas. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 & HEAT. $1000 and Carolyn GardenhIre Mary Parrish CALL 372-8441.

ville.' I East Palatka Phone 328-1050 assume mtg. Call 376-2927. 19 NE First Street TeL 372-537








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-- 35 Houses for Sate 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 41 Residential 1 Income \.

4 Br.. 2 both,. N.W. phone $600 No qualifying SS5 per WIDOW MUST SELL 3EL FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom REAL NICE 2 BR or can be used 4 Bedroom 2 bath Home. Also adjoining
GR54171.FORDYCE. month :3 BR. 2 bath built-in tile bath living dining kitchen fuel tank. 100 shrubs brick patio CCB. 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low as :3 BR house in excellent location rental property. 200 ft.
stove. cen. heat. nice yard. Florida rooms. chain link fence. fenced yard near elementary down payment. Call 376-6644 or Nice corner shaded lot. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rtf
THE TIME IS NOW Drive by 4215 NW 21st Ter. Call 2202. N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR 4- and Junior high schools. 372-1933. with garage Total price S11,500 Ave. Will sell together or sepa
I p.m. 3725631.JWK. 4179.LARGE screened porch. 3 BR, 1 bath. NO FHA financing available. Phone rately./ 311 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-
$500 down, if FHA. QUALIFYING
rustic house 200 ft. of white you qualify owner 372-7401. 475_
See at 925 N.E. 20th Ave. 3 BR, 1 bath hardwood floors pa
sand beach
on Lake Swan at tio fenced back 2 BR, CCB carport,screened porCh.
yard swing set
REALTORINVESTMENT .- Melrose. Phone 475-5311. GLADYSSMITH i lawn furniture partly air cond near school. air conditioner stove. 42 Forms & Acreage
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath. S4SO down $85 per mo. 527 NE refrigerator. washing machine.
: Do You Have A Room 372-8404 carport end utility room. J7.00C 12th St. Phone 372-C574. hardwood floors. FHA approved. 30 acres highwfront'J Sa>
Apartment $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR RESIDENCE for 376-4463 days, after 6 P.M. 376- 600. 30 acre farm t, -citrus
ECONOMICAL living In 1.300 square 23355 days.CLEAN tablished city sale by owner es- 5823. grove completely equipped $5,009
Or House to Rent? i bedrooms. 3 baths. over 4400 feet plus carport and storage. AS A WHISTLE Maintenance free. Rock exterior HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR, 2 baths. down.
sq. ft. of living area. All completely Only sa.900.00 with low down pay- 3725393Four well landscaped yard with open Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet livIng CALL /
furnished and ready to ment possible. Two bedrooms. Beautifully kept must be seen. If bedrooms. 2 baths within south porch. 3 BR. &. glassed room. air condition. Phone372SJ.C7 Angle Real Estatec.
move in. Call Fordyce 376-1236. you are locking for a 2 bedroom, 372 0.UNFURNiSHED .
huge Florida room. kitchen I bath home with screened walking distance of the Medical sleeping porch. See at 438 NE or
porchon School. Older brick home with 9th Ave. Phone Jacksonville FL L. Angle. Broker
equipment Included In price. a large corner lot. Immediate for sale or rent.
: REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 3 BR 1 bath with study and OUTSTANDING four bedroom house occupancy. 11500. See at Florida room, fireplace, double 96465 after 6 P.M. 2. BR. $60. 1924 NW 34th Ave. 44M NW O. J 13th Angle.St. Associate 376-6927
Fla. room. Cent. heating. 1400 I In beautiful residential area. Central 1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone garage. BY OWNER 410 NE 13th Ave. 3 Will show Aug. 29-30.
sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.16 heat and air conditioning; Dick Robinson. Associate Ralph BR. 2 baths large living ADVERTISE IN THE
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent Make an OFFER. One of our best room
2 mo. can put you in this one. Seller many nice features and luxury Fossey Realtor, at 376-1359 day buys in a :3 bedroom 2 bath separate dining room. complete 39 Out of Town Property SERVICE DIRECTORYNew
pays closing costs. Call For. appointments. Brick construc. or night, 11 West University home. Large Florida room fire- laundry in separate room large _
: it dyce 376-1236. tion.DELIGHTFUL. place many built-ins. acre lot. swimming pool. central heat. a. LIQUIDATING properties High
three bedroom homein partly air conditioned. Lot 175 x Springs Area from $5.000 to 525..
COLONIAL NE. convenient to school. Well Avenue.FRED 375' Will consider trading for income 000: Trmsr Tradp 454-197(1
styled. walled patio. wall to wall landscaped corner lot with back GLADYS SMITH property. J. R. Crane owner HomesWESILLA
carpeting 4 BR IVi baths with 3723632:
E Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU 1650 SQ. ft. Very large lot in NW yard fenced for children. Large REALTOR 40 Business Properties
area. Good terms can be arranged comfortable house with a family 3 BR 1 bath. CCB. carport. util.
on this. $22.300 home. Call room for only $14.00000. ARNOLD 1228 W. University 3725393 rm, patio. Payments $6975 per ] 43.CCO square feet business or manu- I in
: EVERY DAY until it is rented : Fordyce 376-1236. LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge- Anna Virginia Hinson Power Caroline Noyes mo. Balance 58.268. 3 miles from facturing lot Highway and rail-
wood S/D. Littlewood Westwood Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376- j road frontage. J. W. KirkpatrickI
ACREAGE section at reasonable prices. All! OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg. 9615. Agency 31 N. Main. FR 2-8404.
120 acres of permanent pasture, Improvements paid. REALTORIMMACULATE open-beam ceiling. paneled dining i
: fenced and cross fenced; water PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. & family room with fire- -
and partially wooded. Only $250 Spacious three bedroom, two bath pl'ce Irg. fenced-in back yard
: $1.33 day per acre. h"t-in kitchen. 372.3130 or 468- 2 EXECUTIVE HOMES NW 16th Ave.t
$40 per mo. . per house with panelled family room.
built in kitchen central heat. Move right in this liveable lovable

: $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Trailer lots. $20 down and $20 LOTS a two cant car now.enclosed Owner will garage.consider Va. 3 shade bedroom trees home on exquisitely situated among landscaped 1683.HOMES WITH 4-BEDROOM-2.BATH 3-EEDROOM-2-BATH at 37th St.

your offer or will rent monthto lot. Tremendous Florida INCOMENEWLY S Enclosed Swimming Pool Enclosed Swimming Pool
: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day month.FORDYCE month at $175.00. room with fireplace. 15500. No Family Room Family Room I
qualifying. DECORATED 3 bedroom .O Built-in Kitchen Built.in Kitchen II

: $60 per mo . $2.00 per day & ASSOCIATES. INC. KIRKPATRICKREALTOR J. W. TASTEFULAirconditioned will home renting finance.with for $65 Immediate garage a month.apartment possess Owner Laundry RoomWalltoWall Carpet .. Laundry Wall-to-Wall RoomS Carpet I WALTER STUBBSI

Multiple Listing Realtor 3 bedroom 2 bath ion. Dressing Room Dressing Room
: $65 per mo . $2.16 per day Grace Fordyce Broker home in Skyline Heights. Excel. Central Heat Air Cond. Central Heat Air Cond. I ,.
Associates 31 N. Main. Phone FR 2-8404 lent kitchen with bUilt-in range. ROOMING HOUSE. Apartment for

: $70 per mo . $2.33 per day O.Harvey C. Gay Benton Dudley Dick Goulden Banks Floye Mathiasen ASSOCIATES Irene Bunnell oven.Panelled disposal Florida and room dishwasher.charming owner rented,and will four for rooms itself.already Pricedat Both Homes Located in beautiful high, dry wooded area with I Phone 376-5394

Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Capt. A. W. Reece, USN. Ret. terrace. $22,000.EASY $12,750. Convenient pay location. paved streets city water and sewer.
:- $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day 926, W. Univ. 376-1236 Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin I

E $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day EXTRA MCKINNEY Easy clean financing 3 bedroom is the, 2 key bath to home this FR 2-8340 FR 2-3182 I

GREEN in the Northwest. Owner will pay Member Multiple Listing L
2 $85 per mo . $2.83 per day SPECIAL all loan costs Only S450 down '635 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-2448 :: -- ----=.---- -I ..
and Realtor
DEATONREALTORS $33 per month. Drive by 1645 Arie T. Smith.
$1.000 down will move you Into N.W. 34th Place today. Mabel Gore. Associate
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day this Brand New luxury home at _
3669 N.W. 16th Ave. 3 large BR'S. HOME OF DISTINCTION 4 BEDROOMSCentral
: $95 per mo . $3.16 per day 2 tile baths. large family room. Yes this elegant new home Is heating and air conditioning New Brick Homesby i
central heat 8. A-C. Pretty elec. one of real character quality- for family comfort. 2 gleam.Ing
kit. See it and let's deal. construction unique design and baths
bright kitchen fire-
.: $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day NEED ROOM? exquisite its location features is most and desirable.furnishingsare Its place in N.living room and 2 car Builder CHILDREN CAN WALK SAFELY TO .
garage. W. location. $27,300.
I Then let us show you this 4 BR. 2 eye catching Its formal built-in kitchen -
: & 4 bedrooms.
bath home at 727 N.E. llrti Ave. and informal living area Is a IMMEDIATE II III
OCCUPANCY equipment cen. heat. VA no
dream Just us the pleasure
Central heat. Nice yard. Priced give
i CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR right with good terms. of showing you this beautiful 3 bedrooms 2 baths with many features down payment. FHA from $700
home with 3 B.R. Vh colorful that you only find in more down-no closing costs.
$300 DOWNA baths living and Dining room expensive residences. Comfortable I 1. Metcalfe Elementary
Large paneled open beam ceil- screened porch and attached car Capitol Builders. Inc.
charming 2 BR, 1 bath home located '
2 SUN RENTAL WANT ADS in exc. N.W. neighbor. ing Fla. rm. with fireplace A port. Inquire about the home for NW. 37th Place A 6th Street
sale on S. W. 4th Place for
kitchen that has everything and $19.000.
hood.condition.Pretty corner Oak floors.lot 100x125.Exc Monthly then we believe you would be OPEN HOUSE DAILY y 2. Howard Bishop Jr. High
payments only $61. See this convinced of its value and its appeal ARNOLDREALTY Call 372-0361 or 376-7788.
for real living. Call FR 2-
one for sure.
UNIVERSITY 3617 for appointment. COMPANY I A"" 3. St. Patrick's Parochial

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale MUST SELLIf 1219 Multiple W. Univ.Listing, Ave. Member 372-3522 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
you believe In being lucky this Jane Caldwell Pete Sieg SHADOWLAWN
I- THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB7 By owner. 3 BR. r/i bam, kitchen REALTY might be your chance This Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge ESTATESF.
traverse rods. $730 down. pay equipped central heat paved I fine :3 B.R. 2 bath centrj) Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo I 2-3-4
$83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive street City util. 54 per cent VA 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351 heated 2 yr. old home must be Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard D. OLIVER
otf 39th Ave. loan. Call Mr. Weidler FR 2.3610.. W. M. Munroe. Realtor sold Owner will consider a I OFFERING
lAsso: S. E. McLaughlin, Frank reasonable offer under its present Individual Styles For You
Roby Roy McCann, T. C. Doug FHA value of $17,250 locatedIn OFFERED BY BUILDER a Well planned living areas
las. Jr.SEPTEMBER. Madison Park Good condition i Quality material & work Bedroom Homes
'I. Act now Drive by 3202 3 Bedroom, 2Vi bath home. I manship
ASK THE N.W. 22nd Place and call for an Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th A community you would be
: M appointment before you buy -
FR. 2.3617.ATTRACTIVE. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom. 2 proud to live In .
Drive West on N W. 39th
bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
1st Ave. past the Glen Spring In-
BUYSA Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone tersection. See sign on left.
Will find your family In this 3 B.R. 1 bath home $400
3 br. 2 bath C.B. down FR 6-3848. FR 20866.uimrJJnnD1umunI'iUiif. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO
charming payment and a :3 B.R. 2
MAN WHO home when school starts beautiful bath home with good financing
Ig lot. carport. Price reduced. Both In NW. area. Call FR 2- giuiiuinnfliBiH _! :
like new immediate occupancy 3617. I
Liniewood Westwood area. ASSOCIATES

COMFORT CoL J. Fred J. W.Guy Davis Jayne H. J.Butterworth Wiltshire i 14 COMPARE I MONEY DOWN

In this 3 br. C.B. home. convenIently Multiple Listing
OWNS ONE located screened porch t'
nice lot. 10900. good terms. Drive REDFRANKSREALESTATE I V A Village \ $reen
past 915 N.W. 12 Ave. THESE HOME VALUES I

E ( Old & Trite but still good advice) LUXURYIn SWIMMING POD L. screened i BEFORE YOU BUY Ii LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.
living in this Ocala block redwood porch & Florida room big lot
custom built home Ig swimming in a grove of tall live oaks. central 376-7971
We that a high pool. 3 br, 2 bath. Cent. heat & Central alrcondition- _
: are extremely proud i I IThe
ht. over 3000 sq. ft. of living Ing all add up to make this nllnmllmnmwnn=T
of sales consist of referrals area. est. lawn with sprinkling modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with SAVE' W ,J.)" '
: percentage our system. all fenced call Mary built-in kit. and built for low following Is now under gI Priced from $13,90017,250 L .
maintenance lust about the ulti. be ready : Moeller FR 6-4471.
from our satisfied; customers. mate for IDEAL FLORIDA LIVING. ;s:1; : I I ) \
Can be bought with reasonably -

: The Great Majority of our home owners ARCHITECT past 510 N.E.DESIGNEDDrive 8th Ave. 3 existing low down financing payment &with assume g mnfflnnniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiuiiifiiiinnininiinjH 3310 N.W. 30th PI. : Sodded Lawns iL\"f, 3,.. J.
br 2 bath. Cent air & heat. Pricereduced. 3BR,2bath, $600 dn. $87 Swim ClubS .
I reasonable monthly payment. s The following are ready for
been careful intelligent buyers month.
: have Make offer. 5 per
MAKE AN OFFER on equity. Air Cond. J I
occupancy. Optional
& Call 3760817. H _ _
: who have shopped, measured com ONE ACRE 41206-4121 Colonials N.W.u*.mil
of lot With cozy cottage. W of Town good $1500 DOWN & Approx. $145 per mo. | 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. -
pared. We welcome comparison terms. $6500.00INVESTMENT incl. taxes & ins. buys modern H 4 BR, Tft baths, $1,990 dn., 3 BR 2 bath. $500 dn.. Ml Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street

sizes & overall square footages of en- I 3 airconditioning BR. 2 bath built-in Central kit.heat incl.& g $165 per mo. per month.

closed (We publish square foot- With established Income dishwasher.LITTLEWOOD Walking& WESTWOOD distance 4119 & 4127
:: space. 1504 N.W. 4th St. g
I H DHiuiiiiiuiiiiiitiiiiniiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiing !! !
N.W. 19th Dr.
15 S.W. 3rd Ave. SCHOOLS. E
: age in our brochures.) 1602 NW. 1st Ave. I 3 B R. 1 bath $500 dn. $74
412 S.E. 2nd St. DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & check month.
$24 S.E. 5th Ave. the outside then call us for appt. | Norwood per HOUSE HUNTING! !

There are many additional benefits to MARY MOELLER to inspect owner this home.EXCEPTIONALone Many unexpected IIIImnDllrnmlmmOlllllllllllllllllllllll11lllClii1l! I

Pierson home. REALTOR features. Alrconditiomng.; ALL OUR HOMES ARE J
owning a Kirkpatrick & Walk to METCALF. HOWARD 1 Hope
1019 W. University FR 6-4471 BISHOP. or ST. PATRICK'S
: 1. If you should ever be transferred or move W. Moeller Foster Kesler down will handle & low monthly I Inc YOU WILL JUST CALL. I
Kirkpatrick & Pierson's homes -. resell faster Dick Durbin Sharon Grant payment. Total price $14,500
Call 376-2927 or 376-0817.
than any in Gainesville. Ride through our GLADYS | We Trade Homes 1123 SE. 4th STREET FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Real
development, check the for sale signs, then tor. Myrtle Lassiter. Associate.Wm. | or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 I

other in Gainesville. SMITH E. "Bill" Harris. Associate = \ brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
try any area 7 NE 1st St. Phone 376-C817 nhrrnalninhiIn1rnnc7nnt1mIlulIlunwnItrnlluwulliMllMlllBIlI!! IflhIuBflhURlllUll1UlllUUuhlUhlUliilflhlIitT !

Res; 376-2927 or 372-7943 Eve. & Terrazzo floors shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
: membership in the ,
2. Paid up perpetual 372-5393 Week-ends by appt. ; Gainesville's newest and most

: Highland Court Manor community center (As 10 wooded acreS overlooking Levy Member Multiple! Listing ti,. ,.a luxurious apartment building! .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
home) This Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary .
long as you own & occupy your living. This architect- ADMIRE LAKESHORE city services.
; is completely restricted to owners in Highland designed home features modern 1

fCourt Manor and includes. swimming pool Screened kitchen with courtyard Mexican entry tile counter.ourf. THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN 't TOWERS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE

& air and porch. Living room with 30 WIMBERLY ESTATES ;
: playing field playground foot stone fireplace wall. Separate MODELS AT $14,500.

: conditioned community club house. dining room. Many built-ins and I Lloyd Mynck Bldr. NOW :LEASING .
bookshelves. This is a home to
be cherished. Offering more quality BATH BRICK FRONT
: 3. All Modern conveniences storm drainage, far less money ,

city sewerage, paved streets with curbs & gut- GLADYS SMITH. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
W :Mth Tir. 0H N.W. 39th
: ters city water & electricity, natural gas & REALTOR

: city fire protection with the lowest of insurance Ave.by appt.Open 372 Sundays-5M9. at 2:00 or ''I'II THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA

I rates. Check These i I __ __' 11 MODELS $13,000.

4. Large lots with an average front footage
2224 N. E. 7th Street-:3 4 bed
: of 92.4 feet and 133 ft. from curb to real room. 3 bath home freshly paint. SUBURBAN FHA and VA Walk to elementaryand

2 lot line. ed.DOWN REDUCED PAYMENTI TO S1S.250. SMALL HEIGHTSGainesville's junior high

From $400 down
: 5. Homes planned for traffic flow, ease of I bath NW. 36 St.ONLY- :3 bedroom$13.730 with IVi Prestige Address Newest Better living andFrom

living .and easy maintenance gained from $450 g'l-t Built for Those Who Desire
Only the Best.N. $79 month resale value.
over 27 years of experience in home building. per
2 LAKE FRONT ESTATE en beautiful W. 43rd N.W. 17th P!.

: 6. Located close to kindergartens and Jr. limits.Biven's 4 bedrooms.Arm lust outside 2Vi baths city I Built by Leading Four .t Builders Gainesville's Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

High with bus service available to High fireplace. central heat. air condi- FRED MASONA. LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
tioning and many other desirable W. FLETCHER left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
New features CALL US TO SEE THIS Pool Recreation Room
: School. ( High School land already owned EXCEPTIONAL MACOMA HOMESW. S Swimming

: by county adjoining Highland Court Manor) HOMEI P. RIDGWAY Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Hear Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire .
HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroomhome S Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities .
with 2 sleeping porches located Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

Model Home Open 1-6 p.m. $16,000 at with 214 S1200 N. E.DOWN 5 Ave. ONLY STEVEN FOSTER I Paved. Parking Areas. 3 Elevators S Lighted Sidewalks FT PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES ...

LOVELY 3 bedroom. IVi bath. split HEIGHTSLocated
level masonry home located in the I PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
N. W. section lust inside the I PHONE 376-4456
Pierson .
Kirkpatrick & city limits. ONLY S1S.2SO with 1700 at N W. 37th Place &
DOWN 6th St. New brick homes under
construction. Pick your own Daily 2-9545
John Merrill colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. I (24 Hour Service)

: Soles Office Realtor 'y 2306S.W.l3thST.-U.S.HWY.441
: N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th
Terrace PHONE FR 21494 NW. 37th Place 6th Street
: Phone 372.3471 ASSOCIATES Cal 071-4341 .r 37-77M Butler Bros. BUILDERS


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47' Houses for Rent Furn. --

I 51-A Wanted T. Rant 's Mite.. For, Sile _14 AUTOMOBILE I REPAIRS 81 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

INDEX TWO BR furn. house air condi- MOTOR
: I tfoned walking distance to church NICE 3 bedroom furnished house REUPHOLSTERED 2 pieces AIR COND1TIONINO. Tuni up '64 BUICK Skylark, 6000 miles HAWES-POWERS :
; school. & shopping cen'er. for Sept. 1st. Call anytime until tional, dressers bedroom suites Special. S7JO for performancetest. S200 down. take up payments. CO.

2-448 or FR 6-4913. 11:00 PJM, 372-6673. round mahogany dining table All makes and models.of Call FR 2.7433 or FR 2.37S5 after
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE with 4 leaves reclining chairs Chrysler built cars. Hiwes- 30P6.
2 bedrooms. CB. house. fur. on WELL kept preferably modem 1 wicker I SMITTY SEZ :
118 Mem.rt& I br furnished home. Possible 1 yr. sofa 2 chairs and Powers Motor Co.. Air. Condi- __ _
.1 Wuted .. .uv Swan Lake. $4J Mo. Also Small lease. Call Mr Clayton 372. other household Items. Nearly tlonlng Servicing Center. 204 N. 55 CHEVROLET. standard transmission t -
a I Card Lei' ...1 r.... a Haektaer .. T.... 1 Br.. house KJ Mo. Call FR 2- 7173 between j .. 7 P.M. Nu Furniture Shep. 31* NW Ith Main St. Phone FR J.7541. 4 cylinder. Perfect condi- a
II .aa..lalI S352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. Ave. 374-4193. tion. Call 372-4438.
4 a Travel.en..aUse'laI.na.Uoa erIui 14 B..y G.... I TWO bedroom house on Lake SantaFe. LARGE room private V* bath and NEW and used chain laws, lawnmowers 85 Automobil. for Sal* ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet

I Ieelal NMIIsS U ARtIles ... private pier and beat. $40 entrance ext. phone. edgere. tampers light Impala, 2 dr. hardtop excellent 7 \
., Fkrlitl .. IIS... re' Rail ,. per mo. Phone FR -32tf, ext. Call FR 24682. plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs condition. Call Jones 37S3Sl..

S Baby "U.n. Ckfld Ca. n 2'nitiaC ..." i 2523. Stratton. low and used motor CADILLAC 19"with red convertible. 1963 PONTIAC Tempest LeMans. (
fully powered new top'*200.See
I ...... T. 0. .&a. .. ArU.lea. Wa3t J 3 BR house. 52 Boarders Wanted *. Rental sales and service. bucket
RENT by 4
.. .. FOR owner at Tenneco 1Stal. comer of seats. 4-speed trans.,
.1 OU .. ..... Meyers. Power Tools. 230 NE .
4 'T1gi T. ... 'II a.ala Haria. furn. No -children or pets. Permanent 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. S. Main I ..h: Ave. cyU with air cond. Will. take
E'sfp residents. window shoP- MEN for room and board plentyof trade fc assume pay., or sell
AUTOMOTIVE ;: Camp.flnt.yj Ja pers. 1100 per mo. Call FR 6- hot water and off street parking SEWING MACHINE '62 VW, radio and heater.. white outright. Call 376-0854 atler 5 -
OWes EquIpiests 3451 at 1000 NE SIts Ave. private entrance. Phone FR walls. $1275. Phone FR 2-8835. P.M.
Alrplw 8.1..1a.. 'n M..lcal M.rcbad1g. or 4-6036 1964 Automatic twin needle zig zag '
,. Trcki fer Sail CAMPVILLE. nicely furn. 1 BR in new cabinet. Makes buttonholes 61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with '57 CHEVROLET 2- oor. i cylinder

1P Tricks Waaied REAL ESTATE FOR SALE house. Students or couple. $45. 53 Office-Desk Space overcast applique. s a t in air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL original paint, "?5. I-I
a. Traeaen .Trek ae.ta. 411-2171. stitch, fancy designs mends etc. 'S4 Plymouth. perfect cond 37J-M3S.
$4 month. Balance 43.000 sworn to miles. $400. Call
per $72. Mi-
lIS Tr.Ue .e.lalI n M."lle Htmn OFFICE rent 1963 DODGE DART, air cond..I
'for Sits ONE2BR house & one 2 BR space tor including kell's Sewing Machine Service Co FR 6-4404.
II I.laueln h .e..n .. Lei. for .. In Micanopy. central heating air conditioning radio & heater manual shift.
& trailer for rent 115 W. :
.. .... Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075. IU9 Lark I. Power steering radio
U A.te. "
.e. U w.aJrfreaa .,.,ert, Call Brnlna 446:3343: utilities and private parking ww. Undercoating. perfect. $ "$ 1)
$1 Aut.msbU.l tsr ,Ball II Ususes Per sals lot. 111 SW Third St. 2 pieces of upholstery material at heater..S500. Phone Bill at FR 4- (I warranty. FR 2S170.

is Swap Cars Sf CeUa<<.. r., Sits 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. a reduced price for quick sale. 384.
11 aral Eltat. Ezellue' 54 Business Rentals One 54" x 24 yards. One 54" x- 1957 PONTIAC. Starchier, red convertible '60 Blue CORVAIR. automatic*

EDUCATINAL II Real E.tate Wanted 22 yards. Home Beautiful Fur- 347 CU. in., 4-barrel. : lonBlf and take UP I
din. kit. 617 IS50. Phone
2 Br., liv. rm. rm. payments. e
11 .e..... .. IutneUe8 II Oat al Tiwa ..repeal'U SE 1st Ave. S55 Mo. Call Mc. SMALL warehouse for rent. niture. Good college car. $300. Phone FR I FR 2-4680 after S P.M.

11..1. D.....,. 40 BUIIDICS ?rep.rne. Kinney Green Realtors. FR 2. DAN BYRD 30% DISCOUNT ON, GLAZES 4-3477. !
WuI.-IitnsUsS ,U .I.&laI Lsese Interested OLDSMOBILE 53. good condition
,. In ceramics
3768268. Classes
U r.r.. .. Aereagsa 34' Men, Wed.. FrI. nights. Open I BESTBId gets a dependable 1153. 4 dr. sedan auto,' trans radio ..
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sates 2 BR. 1 bath house for rent. $40 FOR LEASE to 5 Closed Thurs. Pontiac. Radio & Heater, 4excell.ent heater. S1SO. Call 376-7870.
month. 372-6936. tires and Is a 2 owner
17 Week' Wanted Modem air cond. suite of offices. ELLA'S CERAMICS 3723227. 1963 FAIRLANE 500. 2-door auto-
16 Wuk Wanted :.aaJ. RENTALS 7 ROOM. 2 story 3 BR IV* baths. Downtown location near court 2145 Univ. Ave. FR 4-5568 ; matic, V-.. radio tutor Good "We're not asleep after the terrific
NE house and federal 60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent Call FR i-0374. 707 N.W. responseto
S140 mo. Garage. S55 building. Ph. J57 condition.
U Sales B.. Wanted Q ColonS Property .nt.ts per I 372-743 mag. $65 Colt buntline $55; cond... one owner -many extras. 2nd Ave. ad last week. We're prices to
11 Belp-Hale .. F..... 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. or 4-OJ17. .25_auto. 25. Phone 372-4178. our cutting
g, {;.t&l,.. Soc .Bua Priced right. Call FR 4-78:4.
U Mal. hip Wanted U J'lIftaJahe' Apt. I Delightful Large house for rent.N. FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store CRIB mattress.. $15; clothes chest. the bone again this week."
DriacUs 4. ValanWlle' Apt& W. location. Fordyce & Associates building, W. Untv. Ave. Price S800 $10; lump horse. $5; bounce seat 87 Automobiles Winter

U Fe.aIe Help Wanted 47 B..... f', Rent Fa... inc.. Realtors. 926 W. per mo. Call Hershall Haynes S3; sterilizer 612 bottles $5; 63 condition.OLDS F-85 See Mr.loaded Green Excellent University .
Univ. 3761236. FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mizell' FR baby carrier seat $2 Fords
play 1950-54
n Hogiea for Rut VIlIana. ; pen pad City Bank. CARS WANTED. Sport
FARMS Ci LIVESTOCK 41 Zoim. fer Rent 5 2 houses for rent unfurnished. May 6-75J1. $2; 2 metal bunk beds. no mat- & Chevrolets. Al Herndon ServIce 64 CHEVROLET Super power
gi Frr.' E.Ipmest 18 Hotel RumS 'be seen behind Copelands Service FOR RENT 1.000 sq. ft. warehouseor tresses $10; air cooler & stand. '63 PONTIAC Grand Prix 2-dr. Station. 914 SE 4th St. steering, power
11 Feed rerWJaer II MI... ae.ta1. station. 495-2483. On Willis- store room. JUS SW 5th St. $15; 15 gal. aquarium. complete hardtop fully equipped. Air con-
5. U..ted: Supplies IIA Wanted T. Rent I ton Highway. tW per mo. CaU Hershall Haynes a. stand, $45; set of women's golf dittoned low mileage extra clean. brakes, VS, radio, heater, bucket seats, 3900

It LandscapIng Tip Silt II B''era Wanted THREE bedrooms, draperies. carpet FR -241 or B. F. Mizell, clubs old& bag $35; Polaroid cam- Call 372-5626. Value Rated miles.
era. but
works $20
It rets .. I."UII U Offles Desk Spies FR 47SSI.LARGE ; picnic 1956 FORD Fairlan 4-door. one- $2595
at Lh..ek Wiatsd II B....... a.&aIa stove refrigerator. Clean.and Shop table 62 benches $20; wooden owner. excellent condition for age. Used Cars Was $2995 . . NOW
nice yard close to town building. Long term table & 4" chairs $10; 527 NE Call 372.8703 after 5:30 P.M.
I shopping area. 5M- NE 2nd St. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th 12th St. Phone 377-0574.
FINANCIAL SERVICE $100 mo. Key at McDaniell Fur. Ave. FR 4-SIO. 57 CHEVROLET Belalr convertible; CO.
4 door
size I & 10 shirts size Impala
It Rsitasii Opp.rtsaltles n bpeelal Serylcesfl niture Co. in Gainesville ShoP- SMALL business all power, good condition. Leav
or office space located 6 lumpers. PEDESTAL table & 4 63 CHEVROLET
Muse ti Lisa IJ films impr.eme.t.U ping Center. in 1600 block West Univer. fiberglass chairs, $30. 1526 N. E. Ing town. must sell. Phone 376- Cadillac Oldsmobile hardtop, automatic
lI.n, ," n n S.yvlesIi slty Ave. For 12th 2731.
I 2 br In country. $70 00 more Information Ter.S St.
m7 Weatid IS AppUases Pimlt.r. 3 br, 2 bath split level furnished phone FR 4-3012 2001 NW 13th transmission, radio, heater, power steering,
PIECE dinette set, $15. Call 376- i960 WHITE Dodge Phoenix 4 dr.
N.W. $190 per mo. V.8 sharp.
--- 5589 or come by 1327 NE 23rd hardtop excellent condit Ion, $2095
1 3 br. 2 bath Cent air .. ht $130. 56 Business Opportunities & brakes $795.
mo.MARY. Blvd. power steering Was $2395 . . NOW
balance per
: 42' : Fcrir.s & Acreage 44 Cottage for Rent BEER Tavern for sale $170 down. FOR
doing good mo. See at 1011 SW Ith Ave. or
or FR 2- 372-1672. TIME .
ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles TWO bedroom. CCB lake 7>om*. 101 W. University FR -4471 *196. call 4 door hardtop,
from city limits. Only $2200 Call Clear sand-bottom lake with covered all types of office equipment.Less 1s-iVW deluxe sedan. extra clean, 63 IMPERIAL
John Merrill. Realtor. FR 2-1494. dock. Call FR 4-5.2i or OR 2 Bedroom kitchen equipped. 1 FOR lease. one ef Gainesville's top than wholesale. New. used new engine. many extras. $1090. FR 2-1411 crown, power steer-
5-5217. space heater garage. Adults i service stations. Excellent op.. and rebuilt electric and manual
It acres for sale $3,000 cash. 2Vfc only. $45 Mo. 20 & 26 SE fth St. portunity for a man with moder. adding machines; typewriters; Call 3726153. Courtesy Of ing, power brakes, radio, heater, $
miles from Sperry on MonteochaRd. FR 4-5724 for info. ate capital to be a very Successful cash registers calculators 100 4 1 95
/ Vi mile off pavement. Call 45 Furnished Apt*. business man. Call John Bald- check: writers of all makes; like ADVERTISE IN THE University ChevroletN. air conditioned. Was $4595 NOW
FR 2-1717 tor appointment only. UNF. cottage. 4-room frame. Gas
FR .
win 5.4404.ALACHUA
new. $20 and up. Terms can be
stove circulating heater Venetian SERVICE DIRECTORY Main St. at 16th Are.VOLKSWAGEN.
Aper. 1100 Acres. 15 min. from STUDENTS Ideal for two or arranged. Will take trade-ins. University
blinds. 2 screened porch. Hardware Co. for sale. New Yorker- door
City on paved rd. Lovely 3 br. three $75 per month. Includesall $55 mo. Avail. Sept. 1st. FR 4- Phone 4421201 or 462-1259. Office Equipment at F 163 CHRYSLER
2 bath cent. ht & air. largely in utilities except gas. Phone 4709. 1. E CHECK PROTECTOR COM. steering
perm pasture. priced at $300 per 3720481 after 9 pm. ONLY. GROCERY Store for sale. Doing PANY, 2727 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- power power

acre ONE TWO BR, 1 bath stone and concrete good business. Reason for 0963 or FR 22105. MELTONMOTORS brakes, rauio, heater, cir
100 acres. 10 ml from city on good 30 mln.bedroom from on Lake Geneva. house. Freshly painted selling leaving town. 519 SW 5th HAY FOR MOWING approximately con$3195
paved rd. $275. per acre. 1500 pets. $45 Gainesville." No walls. Inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady Ave. FR 6-1482 from 7 am. to 11 acres Bahia- t, Pan- ditioned. Was $3595 .
mo. Phone 475-
acres within 5 ml of town on yard. No children or pets. 7 p.m.MONEY.
2781. Meirose.EFFICIENCY gola Hay. Owner wants 25 pet.
paved rd.MARY 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR t-3035.
I of
hay cut & baled. Ph. 3728910
MAKER New business. 4 door stationDUlvlV
APARTMENTS. $50 DlllflSpecial,
after 5 P.M.
MOELLER REALTOR month. Phone 466-3441. SUBURBAN. 2 bedrooms sleepIng Good location near Shopping 703 N. Main St. 163
1819 W. University FR 4-4471 room living room dining Center. I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale. wagon, heater $'
EAST room. Large yard. Near bus. Call I Works perfectly. Will sacrifice at FR 6-7571 1845
SIDE Gladys Smith, Realtor
CLAY COUNTY 20 acres on Rent $45. FR 6-5829.. 1221 W. University 372-5393 $49. Parkers BarBQ. ,12.14 NW MILLERiV) Was $1995 . NOW

Lake Bundy. only ".oto with GARDENAPARTMENTS HOUSE for rent. unfurnished. $35 I _5th Ave. 372-9292. BROWN

terms. GILCHRIST COUNTY per mo. No calls after t.OO P.M. 61 Wonted to Buy NEED a second TV* I have this .,,-.. 2 door hardtop
39 acres high dry land only ,
12.200 cash. COLUMBIA COUNTY20 Phone 3744827.UNFURNISHED area's largest selection of used GAINESVILLE 1030 E. Univ. DIAU. 162 CHEVROLET
2 bedroom home. TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance i- FR 2.3582 super sport, power
Olustee Creek
acres on S57 per month up CASH for SALES
your used appliances KIRKLAND AUTO
12,000 w-terms. LEVY COUNTY- Gainesville's Finest $110 per mo. Call 374-7446. furniture. clothing etc. Call WIlliams TV. Hawthorne Rd., across RADIO from& steering. automatic transmission, radio heat
40 acres near thriving Chlefland. LARGE 3 BR. 1' bath. air cond. Service Center, Hawthorne Gainesville 1007 N. Main St.
25 acres cleared, older buildings. Furnished or unfurnished fenced yard, corner lot partially Rd. 3723937. Drive-In. Phone FR 2.6313 er, 18,000 miles. 1795

en paved road only M.J'X cashor Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart furn. $130 mo. Option to buy LARGE oak desk, with swivel chair, AUGUST Was $1895 NOW
. .
terms. has access t., lake. ment. :309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- later. 3740044.AVAILABLE COINS WANTEDAll needs refinishmg $30. :3841 N.W. Northcentrol Florida'sLargest
$. E. SAPP. Rltr.. NEWBERRY. 9601. proofs & uncirculated dollars 17th Ave. Phone 372.7535'after
Sept.. 15th. clean 3 and crowns of the world. I
CLEAN. 1 bedroom apartment. BR. house at 515 NW 36th Ave. REBEL STAMP COIN SHOP 5:30 P.M. Independent DealerF7PIIL CLEARANCE "500" 4 door autom4tic -

) 43 Colored Property Across street from campus Couples Call 3728989. 809 W. University Ave. 24" HI-Fl console TV; new 22" 162 FAIRLANE
only. Call FR 22830 for de- self propelled lawn mower; also transmission,
3 BR. 2 baths family room house. 59 BUICK
tails. _
New Quality Hugh Edwards built large corner lot. 4204 NW 13th 64 Household Goods transistor radio for English Ford. radio, heater, Y8.
home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. WANTED working woman to live in PI. 1 year lease, $135 per mo. Ph. 3721736.REMINGTON. Convertible $1345
As low as $43. per month with and share expenses with same. Call FR 6-5744. electric typewriter. Was $1495 NOW
THREE matched
$2,000 down or will arrange termsto Phone FR 6-0124. pieces Juvenile $100 Underwood office typewriter I '62 CHEVROLET
furniture MO.Phone .
suit buyer. Located 443 NE ONE bedroom house trailer on private THREE 3037 S.W.bedroom.. Archer 1 Road.bath home.Phone 3766819. 5750. Good condition. Call I PONTIAC I 4 door H/T 4 door station
IJth Street. lot. Inquire at IS SW 2nd 372-6738 afler P.M. wagon,

Hugh Phone Edwards.376-7971 Inc. Place after 5:00 P.M. FR 25633. PIANO S100; Kenmore elec. range 9 X 12 rug. $8; 4 lamps $4 each; 302 N.W. 8th Ave. 162 FALCON automatic transmission,

WANTED 2 male students to share ONE bedroom duplex. newly paint.. S49 Sofa bed t rocker set U5 service for t ovenware dishes. 61 CHEVROLET
HOMES FOR SALEi house with 2 others. 1 blk. ed. nicest In town for the money. Bathinette S9; car bed S3; baby $10; stroller $3; Fedders air I FR 2-2583 4 door radio, heater, 17,800 miles, sharp. $12"5

I ) bedrooms. SE WIt St. & from campus. Contact Rod I $45 mo. See anytime at 1958 N.W. recliner S2. 376-4CI1. _cond. $75. FR 2.5543. Wa $1445 . . NOW
7th Ave. Small down payment. Kirsch Travelodge Mote W., 4th St.LARGE T.A.G APPLIANCES BARGAINS in beds, chests. odds CHEVROLET
monthly payments "7 to $65. Univ. Ave. Rm. 114. Tested and Guaranteed and ends at Treasure Chest, Fairbanks 61

Also homes built on your lot PRIVATE clean. cool. 1 I 2 BR with play 1 story room four bedroom liv. rm..house din. 42 Refrigerators from sI9: up lust north of airport. Open BARKLEYMOTORS Convertible 4 door crown, power
with no down payment. Ph. trailer Select setting. Water, rm.. kitchen combination. 4 ml. 9 Ranges from S3: up Friday for browsing. 162 IMPERIAL

FR 2-4)25. yard A trailer maintenance furn., from town. Good yard for chil 17 Washers from SI* upS ALL channel TV antenna and 20 ft. 62 COMET steering, power brakes,

On bus line. Use of telephone. dren. $US mo. Call FR 22648. Dryers. from S49 up mast, $12.30; 3-speed reversible radio heater air conditioned.
43-1 COLORED RENTALS Adults only. no pets please. $40; 2 Food Freezer! from S99 up window fan $10; like new wheel $2995

1. $40 p.' r..'. Phone 372-9838., 2 furnished.BR house$45 on per Archer mo. Phone Rd. semi-372- 10 2 TV Dishwashers from S49 up utility trailer $50; small portable '61 COMET Was $3195 . . NOW

4411 NW 6th St._ _ Sets from S35 up Kenmore washing machine. "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
NOW RENTING 0235. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. $10; 10 to 15' ft. adjustable traverse '
FOR RENT furn. duplex. new 62
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex water & hot water furn. No pets. S room home. 2 BR. living room. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 rod $7.50. See at 538 N. W. 'LI 2 door hardtop radio,
2201 N. Main St.
apartments large living and Call from I A.M. to 6 P.M. 372.- dining room .. study. Bath upstairs FOR SALE, S hot water tanks. 30 i 34th Drive or phone FR 4-9914. 01 VALIANT $
dining area modern kitchen with 4431 I. ask for Wiggins after 4 I lavatory downstairs. 307 gal. with gas heater attached also "UNBELIEVABLE" FR 2-4373 63 COMET heater.
closets. terrazzo ,. SE 2nd St. Adults only, no pets. 150 gal. butane tank. Complete 945
fan large storage PM. 317.20" .. I gas Brand sofa-bed and chair
new Was NOW
floors tile baths space heater Kitchen furn. if necessary. J. R. with gauges 2 crane shallow (59.95; platform-rockers, $1295; '63 COMET $1045 . . .

and hot water heater facltl I 47 Houses for Rant Furs. Crane owner. 3723632. well pumps. Inquire Lewis. coop chairs $19 all, channel
ties for washing machines. andpaved house with stove I Jewelry Co. Convertible
THREE bedroom stacked antennas $6; used refrlg -4 door station
streets. See at N.E. 26th and refrigerator furnished. Available erators $25 TV's.
,,2 BR. house. $30 per month. See' 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like new. ; 1964 761 PLYMOUTH
Ter. or call for appointment 372- I 1st week of Sept. 1311 N.E. WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER MONTEREY
Elmo Yarbrong Melrose. Pta.I lease. $80. Call 372-6081. after 5:30 P.M. 63 wagon, power
3725322. $115 mo. on
5321 or 14th Ter.
ELEC. ; Hawthorne Rd. 3723937.BE .
stove. S15; gas stove $25
Weseman Realty FR 6-2472. full top station carrier. steering, power brakes, radio heater, automatic -
wagon '
: gentle, be kind to that eXPensive
3 BR. 1 bath $150 1937 NW 2nd $15 sm. space heater stand- carpet clean It with Blue 60 DODGE transmission, dual.air $ v

Ave. Phone 374-3401 tank $15. 376-2693. Lustre Rent electric shampooer conditioners. Was $1395 NOW I 095
NEW furniture at wholesale prices $1. McDaniell Furn. Co., Gainesville FORD 61 FALCON
COLORED 49 Rooms For Rent : Birch dining table. $45; walnut Shopping Center.

buffet, MS; table lamps $15;; USED gas apt. size range, $25; '60 FALCON 4 door station
BUSINESSMAN or student, large dining chairs. $17 & $25; 35" gas space heater $1250; Call 760 CHEVROLET
bedroom. to share new 3 bed- bookshelves. $15; 24" & 36" shutters 372-6655. wagon, automatic
RENTALS room house with single ", an. $50 $4 I 15; glass & ceramictile. CLEARANCE 63 FORD
p : per month. Call FR 4tfc2t after $1 sq. ft. GAD DUM IN 70 Boat*-Marin. Equip. Galaxie Air transmission, radio heater, air. $ inOP

6PM. TERIORS. 12 NW 3rd Ave. conditioned. Was $1195 NOW I U7 J

: BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW STUDENTS private entrance. PORTABLE dishwasher. 1959 Ken- 12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat used '61 FORD
semi-private bath. $SO per month more. Excellent condition. $75. less than 1 year $100. Phone '
3720481 after p.m. Phone F R 4-5890 to FR 27101. Pickup
UNDER CONSTRUCTION efficiency. .H.I SALE Bel Air, 2. door,
ONLY. I COUCH chairs & end tables. $25 25 h.p. Johnson outboard motor, 760 CHEVROLET
first $75 takes. Phone 3722419.f '52 CHEVROLET power steerIng,
FOR business man or student. master Dinette set $10. Phone 372-4455.

I bedroom T.V.. phone etc. prl. BEDROOM SUITE matched walnut I. ft. plywood boat. Ideal for lake Pickup radio, heater, automatic transmission, air
entrance garage space avail. home or for fishing. Easy to
Call 3726310 or 446-3281 after 6. Drexel Profile. 2 dressers.. handle. $20 gets it. See at 114 Utility Body conditioned. $

466-3281 after 6.. chest-on-chest, nighC table, twinbeds N.W. 20th Ter. FR 4153.. Was $995 NOW 945
w/bullt-ln bench at foot.Sacrifice SHAW .
NICELY furnished room convenient 59 OLDS
$85. FR 25578.
72 Office
to town and University prefer II Equipment
businessman. 8 S.W. 10th St. ROSE sofabed and chair like '58 OLDS 1' station wagon, classic
UNDERWOOD standard size type-
Phone FR 6-5981. : FR 68484.
new; $40. writer. Old but good shape. $15 & 4 door, power steering

ROOMS FOR RENT. $8 per REFRIGERATOR $55. baby gets It. Low Lester. Gainesville '53 PLYMOUTH automatic transmission, radio. heater
Sun. Display Ad Dept.
week. 502 N. Mom St. bed with mattress $15. Ph. STATION WAGONCRANE rack, air conditioned. Sinnr

51 Misc. RentalsLOT 3768690.TWO chests .of drawers good On PRICES all types of SLASHED office equipment. KEETER Was $1495 . . NOW I 395

for rent for trailer. i&iTB0, cond., 4 & 5 drawers. $10 each. Less than wholesale. New used

shady off Archer Road near Also f Ft. Kelvinator refrigerator and rebuilt electric and manual 4 (door automatic transmisSIon
UF. $20 Month. Phone 372-2051. perfect condo 404 N. Woo 14th adding machines; typewriters; 160 FORD -
St. Phone FR 274M cash registers; calculators; 100 238 W. University LINCOLN MERCURY $ radio heater.
_OFFICE space and living quartersfor check writers of all makes; like $595

beauty room house. 66 Mise For Sale. new. $20 and up. Terms can be 516 South Main St. Was $795 . . . NOW
2 Bedrooms Stove flOOd with light and fan 320 Waldo Road for fringe area arranged. Will take trade-Ins. UnIversity Phone FR 6-5371 I FR 6-2425
living dining area a Double compartment sink parking. Call FR 6-7005. Office Equipment, at F
Construction a Venetian Blinds & E CHECK PROTECTOR COM door standard transmisSion
a i Masoncry Excellent condition. (4 Model. ILf\ 2. -
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Terrazzo Floors a Tile window sills PANY. 2727 N.W. SIts St. FR 2. -- -- FORD
a swing needle. Zig Zlg.Dial--Mat1 Oil
a Tiled tub and showers a Large lawn with grass and SUBLEASEBuilding (; sewing machine. Does all 0963 or FR 22105. heater. $

a Large double sliding door Insulated shrubbery Attica at the fancy stitches. button holes. Was $695 . . . NOW 545
closets a sews on buttons. Monograms. Appliques. -
Linen Closets a Close to school and bus step 229 W. UNIV. AVE. blind hemsfetc. Pay off 73 Musical Merchandise. CLEARANCE SALE

SPECIAL| THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORSTO balance of $41.50 or assume 4 door station
Next Door to Florid WILL transfer to responsible party
BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. monthly payment to suit. Call I' 159 PLYMOUTH
327-5322 _Theatre. 3727680, Mr. Bennett. United choice of four spinet or console I
call 372-5321 or wagon, power steer.
appointment pianos. Pick of Wurlitzer
up' payments -
Center. .
PHONE 372.0440 Spinet Piano, trade back. I ing power brakes, radio, heater, air condi.
Take northeast Ith ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. I Thor Multi Matic Air Tool kit. save $220. Wurlltzer Organ with SEDANS \9-urS tioned
Makes 7 tools all air driven. sound & motion pick up payments a beauty. $

Carrying hoses. $50.case FR &6-2377.quick disconnect any decor.. we have EARL'S a piano PIANO to CO fit.. HARDTOPS I Was $995 . . . NOW 895

IS X 20" 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3760031.
Formica top boards for II
do It or setters $1. Kiddle- TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS 2 door hardtop, power
I SERVICES end table. Kitchen bin or board. Buy now for this fall. Many to 157 DODGE

Gainesville Auto Top Shop. choose from. Instant credit. Your Own DCoI"TAKEFACTORY I steering, power brakes

300 ft. 36-Inch fencing wire; 2 36- Gainesville Music Center "Figure radio, heater, new tires, sharp.
Inch steel gates and 24 treated _3725421 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. $495

wood posts. 35. Phone 374U266, LABEL PRICE. 000.00 Was $595 . . . NOW
Home And BusinessPlumbing Upright pianos. S5 and up

I Ono for beautiful sale, size new 11-12.wedding Contact gown FR Used Used spinet organs pianos$795 and inS up.and up. DEDUCT 10 % -. 000.00 158 STUDEBAKER.4 door, station

._.29935: evenings If Interested. GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY automatic -

LOSE WEIGHT safely with new Gainesville Shopping Center YOUR PRICE $000 transmission, radio, heater.
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. FR 2.5353.Automotive. $375

Appraisal Service 3 PER WEEK. Geneva Drug. Was $445 . . . NOW


APPRAISAL It used fixtures. complete Phone 4812674.XACTA. 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE 51 PLYMOUTH 2 door, runs
REAL ESTATE plumbing service "BIG" JIM 83 Motorcycles fr Scooters
good. $
SERVICE HUCULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng CAMERA like new.

I21t W UNIV AVE. PH S72-15M FR M58. half price. Call 372-1693. 1943 YAMAHA Y-D 3 254cc motor- THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY ATPOOLEGABLEMOTORS Was $87.-. NOW 86

Cycle. Four speed. 75 MPG and
Bulldozing UphOlsteryIJPNOUTER T.V antennas. S3 single Stack. S7 75 MPH. crash bars and other
double stack. SHOO complete kit. extras. Excellent mechanical con- '
SMALL bulldozer lOader. dump Jim VOyles. 419 NW Ith Ave. Call FR 2-3721 after 5 59 ENGLISH FORD
trucks. till dirt. lime rock. TopHOME your turn'ureji : : good.
.611 p"3777M6.. reasonable prices. Call. Sally. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew $74

Experienced. .FRm. 4248' and Used $60 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS WoiJ75 . . . . NOW
REPAIRSFIX W. 13th Ter. Complete line of photo supplies

UP RemodelingDO 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-071 SPECIAL auto repairs painting and$29 tune-up..94. Aotomotrve 1 19 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372.4343 (2' hater.

HOME repairing carpentry. drywall WE WANT TO buy late model used Miller a. Sons. 732 NW lit It. I 62 VOLKSWAGEN

It plastering painting, NEED Florid room. e..- refrigerators. Exceptionally High Phone :3727915.Delivered. I
J7J.7702 or 374-OJ07._ tra room more room roof work. trade-ins now GIvtft.WILSON'S Was $1325 NOW 1295
or maybe a complete new home? EXCHANGE I
For a free estimate. I guaranteed 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479.

J I I LandscapingLANDSCAPE work. phone Carl C. TRADE to 5 Vo&5SALE '
your costly operate
& Waters, 3725049.EXPERIENCED.
Appliance Repair ELECTRIC Water neater and I 60 METRO 2 door hardtop.

Air Conditioning SERVICE CARPENTER $43 for a new glasslirted GAS $395

Grass-Sod-Garden -MainNurserystock Paint and repair lobs performed by water heater. Much more hot 1964 RAMBLERS Was $425 . . . NOW
water at about half the cost with
of all -'Inds.CREVASSE'S carpenter who loves his trade. ,
A., HANDYMAN SHOP Landscape NURSERY Co. CALL FR 6-4907 ARCHER ROAD. PR 4-5110. convertible
and Appliance 2 DOOR COST $ 1693 heater
First ta air conditioning
FR t-2514 for free estimate. 163 TRIUMPH
repairs we sell guararv Sewing Machine Repairs TV perfect condwill sacrificefor SWAN 4200 miles.
teed washers refrigerators etc.PR I $30. Also RCA tereo port., plus| 5 % 84 $1495

4-857. I Mortgage. Broker CALL-iEiKG MACHINE ScR- Ave.like new FR cond.25047.$3 105 NE lltfi 4 Was $1595 . .. . NOW

Heating Air condition and Refrigeration VICE CO. SIS W. University .

make or model.service.Special We repair price any on 2S SV4 per MORTGAGE cent Interest.MONEY Termt tc I _Ave.Me"...J74-J07S.Wortt fully we guarantt-d.repair all Chairs DOWLING'S low as UPHOLSTERY 5*. No moneydown. 1777 IF YOU DON'T LIKE THESE PRICES MAKEUS

Window units. Free' estimates on veero.BUY low as U per month. i
Central neattng and air conditioning. TELEVISION Free estimates pickup and delivery
-131l or 25002 24 hour Call service. All work guar .- iI
Service. Ask for Jo. Te89\1e. Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 teed. Phone 374-77U.
FHA and conventional at lowest per Inch plus $18 to Install most KODAK Repina reflex S wIth >>-

Auto Glass current rates. Terms to 21 I tubes._ 1 Year Warranty. Special mm f 1.' nor-nal Ions 135mm BARNETT, FRANK GRAY.

years. Win gladly discuss_ at nc Reconditioned TVs from $9.93.. f 4J telephoto tens 40mm screw- With ithout a Trad.! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. THE VARIETY STORE In filters end aux. Ions case. All
AUTO CLASS: Is our Installation only busi W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor wl S.E. 1st .A.... hi first class condition: $300. Day- STANDARD EQUI PMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST!
ness. Immediate _3iN._ Main St. Ph. FR/ 244t4FRED I 4 Technician's wIlts S4 yean ex time 377-1145. nights 372-4537. *
free pickup .. delivery Add patience all makes.QUAUT' Home if 5 Profit 5% FinancingRIDGWAY WES-POWERS
beauty .. vahio to your car. ARNOLD on Now Specializing in Ladies' Better % -

1LJj4.W,6ffi SI.._L5 fr"- FHA AKD CONVENTIONALLOANS & SERVICEAll through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional I 1iOTOR
.,. 0" CKanrwl Antenna Kit S14.ISKWIK Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER

GLADYS Sl'ftittt.tw./ FHA AIM N.W. 10th Ph. 3733177 .
BOLEX mm movie camera, F IS fv CO.
1 conventional
HYDRAULIC JACKS ''rebuilt I toons. Low ; I
rates. .Terms to 25 vtars 1221 I lens; S2S. Two Child's rocking ;
.5 '.X llngecll'tepal"' / kin tor chai",. 14 and SS. Phone FR 2-
W. Univ. Ave. .
:-walker dWalker--Jacks.--Hydrauiir'Factory author Jack .. H: A. *.37J53TXF. Conv. Leans Sun Want AdSj .. 1132 .S. MA IN ST. FR !28433i. 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 63400CLASSIFICATION

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