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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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':4'y .YYY S J w By JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer lists the following telephone numbers for reporting fallen power

:.owA r Pe M ypJ : E A. Concern over northbound Hurricane Cleo was primarily limited lines and other storm conditions: Of CapeHURRICANE
here today to what the storm rains and wind would do to the area. City Hall switchboard-2-4231.

Officials said, however, that they were keeping a careful checkon Utilities Storeroom61271. '
Power ?
the hurricane which was centered near West Palm Beach at plant6.3001.Police2.4221. ADVISORY
n C a$YtA .
0 n kI midmorning.City .
If a severe hurricane is expected, the instructions recommend WASHINGTON Here Is
Manager Bill Green said this morning his chief worry was the Miami Weather Bureau'
filling a bathtub or some other container with drinking water sincea
what hurricane rains, which are unusually heavy, would do to the advisory No. 31 on Hurricane
major power failure could interrupt operation of the water plant
already high water table. and pumping station.A Cleo:

"Water just isn't soaking in any more, it's just running off," priority system for power service resumption places hospitalsand Extend Hurricane warnings
Green said. "The water table's so high that any additional rains, the blood bank first and street lights, last. northward to St. Augustine. Hurricane -
,especially hurricane rains, would create quite a problem." After the hospitals service will be restored at restaurants and warnings are now displayed -

Green said a number of city streets, paved and unpaved, have other food establishments, stores with refrigerated food storage, from Boca Raton northward
I A been seriously damaged during recent rains and drainage has business sections, large residential areas and residences needing to St. Augustine.Gale .
.N been slowed by overflowing'streams.. electricity to pump water. warnings remain displayed -

The city manager said that if Cleo's path during the day placed Residents are cautioned not to go out on the street at night because along with a hurricane
Gainesville in any danger, city crews would be put on stand-by of the danger of fallen wires. watch north of St. Augustineto
1 AIE alert. Persons with deep freezers should keep them closed to retain as Charleston, S. C. and 'on
I f A hurricane check list prepared by the City Utilities Department much of the cold air as possible. Lake Okeechobee.
All .nrAmtfin.."" ....U..Vu* "e""IIVU'U Vint 11/4 .KAcontinued ,..

... ._,. ... or rushed to completion
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Gideon Case < .f.1 ':$\ /'ti'j.. "" ' ... ( J :: ': :' 100 mph or more will
:. ; progress
$; ; : 50 }o''s.: : : 5\: with the hurricane up the

IUJIIPH.REY" On Court -eo+ ..... .. '. ....: '.., \. ry' / Florida east coast this after-
SEN. HUBERT ; .. .. '. ..fsTtuF'M1iEB'a : +, and the
't :;'tf :> :" J. noon tonight. Although
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Docket HereBy .. ." '. /: '.i : .,' > : '" Cleo maintains her strength

Dems CheerHumphrey ( MAS' n. 'UUi... ,')O. ITJO' << ," '.< : J : ',.:: A packing heavy rains and storm
NORM LaCOE 5' 5', ; < tides as much as 4 to 7 feet
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Sun Staff WriterA : : above normal.At .

Gideon case, for John Rogers .) 1 p.m. EST Hurricane
., ">'to << Soft Sotvador' ':, <$. ( .. t Cleo centered lati-
Freeman, 36-year-old Negro 1"'i: :::k ;; was near
accused of robbery, is scheduled tude 27.3 north, longitude 80.6

during arraignment and t ttOYiiDQ # ( ckhni / ii ; west, just southwest of Fort
sentencing proceedings in Cir T : : ; id1 Pierce. Her course during the

cuit Court in the courthouse in .>j rYLk' ":a '% Y cua4 ; i YJA ;; :, past few hours has been just
Gainesville tomorrow. Judge slightly west of due north at 12

George L. Patten will preside. .Zsfi of Y .' -"''''+/ mph. This forecast to continue
LBJ Team Freeman is accused of robbing :c:: :' '" ... . f;;: <-' during the next 12 hours. High-

Sally Allen, then 85, of Gnat Inaqu4 Ys. '" A ;': est winds are about 100 mph
$1,400 five days before Christ over a small area near the

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, (iP.) .- The team of Lyndon mas in 1960. ,.. y. Grand center with gales extending out-
B. Johnson of Texas and Hut iert Humphrey of Minne- He pleaded guilty to the .. ward 100 miles in all direc-
charge hi 1961 and was sentenced tions. No change in size or intensity
sola squared off today for 1 1f the 1964'presidential battle tiCy't n
i; with thundering Democratic convention acclaim behind to six months to 20 yearsin I is indicated.. It now appears -
f prison. 't that the hurricane will
them as the party nominees. .
," ', ,. J to the west of Cape Kennedy
1 All that remained to kick off Last June, Freeman asked Th : .,. << pass
the hostilities with the Republican I RELATED STORY J that his sentence be sot aside, ..' : ;'y. and very near Dayton

,I Goldwater-Miller ticket was y on grounds he did not have .,wwwvuw..wa,oraNat". a ). ..... .. ,. l y $, .. x .'....doixHURRICANE'S /;';fn2J Beach late this afternoon and
President Johnson's formal ac- counsel. Circuit Judge J. C. PATH AS.IT SLAMMED INTO FLORIDA early tonight.
This is a rather small but a
Adkins Jr., following the Gid-
tonight of the presidential
ceptance he 'DoctorsSay eon decision of the U. S. Supreme dangerous hurricane and all
nomination won by
Court last year vacated interests should keep in close i
acclamation also Wednesday will formally night. the sentence. If Window Goes Hurricane touch with all future advices.
Humphrey ,
LBJ Freeman is scheduled for arraignment Small craft around 'the Flor
the vice presidential
accept
tomorrow. If he ida peninsula northward to

I nomination. asks 'for an attorney, and is Charleston should remain in -
Johnson was expected to tell Health OK without money, R. A. (Buz- 'Eats Heart Out of House'Editor's safe harbor and those northward .
delegates, assembled for a'ses- to Cape Hatteras should
J zy) Green Jr., public defender
sion at which the late President WASHINGTON (AP) President probably will be appointedhis not venture far from port. 'f
) John F. Kennedy was to be Johnson, 56 years old today counsel.If ( Note- :, -A 311am "The candle in the jar on the phone and the wind suddenly Next regular advisory from

memorialized, that his will be a has his party's overwhelming Freeman pleads innocent, Herald writer photograph table flickered but kept burning.I stopped. Then we knew we were the Miami Weather Bureau at

campaign aimed at achieving endorsement for another State Atty. Ted Duncan's office team sat out Hurricane Cleo on dived into a narrow hallway. in the eye."Coya 5 p.m.

prosperity and peace. term in office and his doctors' said the case' will go to trial. hard-hit Key Biscayne, an island Albert Coya, Herald photographer and .I ran out to his

He might also give the party assurance he is physically fit One major problem in Gid- community just off Miami. jumped up and half ran compact car. There was no MIAMI, Fla. CAP) Hurri
faithful something to yell about for "an active vigorous life." eon cases is that where new Here is reporter John Nord- across the living room into the rain. It had stopped with the cane Cleo smashed Miami with

GOP presidential crimes heimer's first person report of hallway. wind sledgehammer blows left
by jibing at For a birthday party, he was trials are ordered for today,
nominee Barry Goldwater and assured a rousing reception years old, witnesses may be their experiences.) "We sat on the floor and felt (Nordheimer and Coya droveto the streets of the city lookinglike

c his running mate, Rep. WilliamE. from the Democratic National missing or evidence may have the walls to see how they were a nearby shopping center) a battleground, then roaredon
Miller. Convention in Atlantic City, deteriorated. Without evidence, MIAMI (AP "We were taking it. From time to time, "Crandon Park shopping center northward up the heavily-

In'a dramatic'turn to a convention where he goes tonight to accept convictions cannot be support lounging on sofas In the living pieces of glass would rattle : was dry. Three police cruis- populated southeast Florida
that had followed formso formally the full-term nomination ed. Many Gideon appellantshave room, waiting out the storm in across the floor. ers were parked in front of the coast.

closely it was on the dull handed him without contest gone free the second time comfort All at once the picture "The wind was howling like drug store. The pharmacy had Broadcasting towers toppled.

side, Johnson broke a string of Wednesday night. around. window shattered. hell. We wondered how great the become the center of police ac Store windows exploded by hundreds
crash like
j precedents.The The verdict of four doctors on The Gideon case rose In Pan- "There was a a intensity would get. We didn't tivity. It had stayed cpen to littering streets with
had full
waitress
President ,had held on to his physical condition was disclosed ama City, when Clarence Earl of dishes. Pieces dropped of glass a trey flew know how hard it was blow supply first aid supplies and merchandise and broken glass.

his secret that Humphrey was by the President Wednesday Gideon was denied his request the off ing. drugs. Fallen trees blockaded hun-
across room bouncing
,
his choice for the vice presidential as he led newsmen on a <4- for a lawyer and convicted the walls. "We watched the sliding glass "People began to drit! in. dreds of. streets.
nomination until he was mile hike, talking as he circled of breaking into a pool doors shudder and knew if they They said trees were blockingthe No deaths were reported, buta

to board a plane. to Atlantic 15 laps around the back drive room. went, the wind.would eat the major roads on the island. looter shot by police was in
ready City. way of the White House. The U. S. Supreme Court Navy Moves heart out of the home ... There were no reports of panic critical condition in a hospital.
overruled the conviction last "I walked toward the teleBROKEN- or fire." County Manager Irving G. Me-
world thus learned of the Loping easily along in the
The holding that defendants Planes, at lax Nayr said he would ask to have
year
gelectiori,.about three hours be. high-humidity heat Johnson con
counsel if the city declared a disasterarea.
are entitled to they
vinced, less-athletic
to this convention newsmen of
delegates
fore many knew that it .had been the doctors' finding that his ask. Gideon went free on his JACKSONVILLE (AP) The GLASS There was no estimate, of

modern president had "exercise tolerance continues to second'triaL Navy began moving planes out damage to public buildings,Twit
i made. No about be superb" despite a serious As a result of the decision, of its three major Installationsin McNayr called it "quite serious
counsel a running "
ever kept heart attack in 1955. the Florida Legislature last the Jacksonville area today MARS HOTEL ROWMIAMI .
mate' so long. He took a few more fast laps year created the public defender preparing for Hurricane Cleo. A veteran policeman who was
Johnson ,Humphrey and Sen. later with his choice ior a run position for each judicial Several ,hundred planes were in Miami when the 1926 hurricane
J. Dodd, D-Conn., who broke the Florida land
Thomas circuit. being flown to inland military big
ning mate Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
had been summoned to the BEACH (AP) The by an electric power failure. boom said the storm the
also phrey of Minnesota took time Green, a Starke attorney, estimates bases from Jacksonville and was
; glitter on much of this Windows smashed the
Atlantic city's were by
House'fro1'T1 worst since then..
White out for an informal that in his year in of- Cecil Field Naval Air Stations
birthday
City, then boarde- plane party at which his staff presented fice, he has handled about 200 and Mayport Naval Station. famed hotel row today was "winds, allowing torrential rains Numerous fires broke out andcouldn't
Johnson watched on television defendants broken glass left by Hurricane to pour into the building. be fought in the 115-
i him with a desk and cases for indigent The Carrier Shangri-La, oper-
; cappedan
1 while Gov. John F..Connally of active day with a flight to and more than half have been ating at sea on a regular train- Cleo's 115-plus mile an hour Power also was cut off to the mile an hour fury of the wind.

Texas placed his name in nomi the convention city which lasted Gideon appeals. About 75 Gid- ing mission, was told to take winds. Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, One warehouse was destroyedat
nation. into the early morning hours.' (See COURT on Page 2) evasive action with respect to Two of the hardest hit were north'of here. A hotel spokesman a half-million dollar cost.

The reason for Dodds quicktrip In the course of the 90-minute the storm and,remain,at sea. the Deauville and Americana.All said at least one large Fires still were breaking out
t remained a mystery. The afternoon marathon, Johnson: Nine destroyers, one destroyer of the large plate glass plate glass window and a num- when dawn revealed the raw
,. Connecticut senator said he had Foresaw a Democratic! victory LBJ Attending tender and one fleet tug remained windows fronting the Atlantic ber of smaller windows were scars of the hurricane.Cleo .

I{ told the president to "includeme in November, saying various in the Mayport carrier Ocean and Collins Ave., in the smashed. howling and moaning up
out" of consideration for the polls show "we run gener- Funeral Today station basin at the mouth of the Deauville were blown out. Other of the more than 500 from the south slammed hurricane
nomination. hotels iri the Greater Miami force winds into Miami at
vice presidential ally speaking, 60-70 per cent"compared SL Johns River. The place is a shambles,"
high WASHINGTON (AP) PresI- base area also suffered damage, 2:20 One hour later
Speculation among party with 25 to 30 per cent Smaller craft at the Navy said Roger Harvey of radio station a.m. power
officials was that the Connecticut for Sen. Barry Goldwater, the dent Johnson left by helicopter were being moved upriver to WAEZ which has studios in some minor and some major. failure plunged the city Into

senator had been offered Republican presidential nominee today for Winchester, Va.. .to Jacksonville anchorages.WHERETO. the hoteL "There's water and The Fontainebleau said two of darkness.
appointment as Attorney Gen- attend funeral services for Mrs. its employes were seriously cut After crossing Miami, the eye
all the .
eral when Robert F. Kennedy Said he plans campaign Anne Douglas Beverley Byrd 1 glass over place. by flying glass when wind pressure of the hurricane moved on

steps out of that office to make trips for one, two or three days wife of Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D- : Americana Hotel manager buckled a large window. northward across Hallandale,
the race for senator in New a'week: where possible but for Va.The Charles Bogdahn said, "it looks The two were hospitalized..Dam- Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale,
York. This might bring National the most part will "stay right President's helicopter left like 110 miles of Hurricane" just age to the hotel was minor. Boca Raton and West Palm
Chairman John M. Bailey here in this house and do my the White House grounds at FIND IT walked through the lobby. Hundreds' of stores, where Beach.
into the picture as a possible job." 10:10a.m. EDT. The hotel's 35-foot-high ocean- vacationers shopped during At 10 ajn., winds of 105 miles

successor if Dodd accepted the Announced he plans to sendto Johnson wfll-return to WashIngton Comics . . &21 front windows were smashed. winter were laid open by the per hour were hitting West
Cabinet post. Congress next January another immediately after the Entertainment .22 Furniture and drapes were wind. Palm Beach.At .
Johnson hadn't been sched- budget below $100 billion, and services. He will fly to Atlantic Obituaries . . 2 soaked. Great chunks of beach were Fort Lauderdale, a 20-by-4fl
uled to visit the convention until said he issued orders that ad- City later today to deliver a Opinion Page . 4 Guests' at the Deauville hud- eroded by the storm, accordingto foot sign over a shopping center

today. But as soon as his nomination vance estimates' ,be made on speech at the Democratic Na- Sports. . . 1518Women's dled on the mezzinine in their witnesses but the extent of vanished. Gusts strewed trees
was acclaimed with a that basis. tional Convention accepting his . 12-13 night clothes. damage has not been de across roads and made abortS

tIN DEMS on Page 2) (See JOHNSON on Page 7), nomination. The: Ed.fIA Hoc was darkened termined. ( e CLEO on Pale J)

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WALLY PETERSON nearly 9,000 south Floridians,
Wally 0. Peterson, 59, a con- (AP-Hurricane) Cleo seen in the city of Miami" said lashed to the aprons.No been reduced because of crop I the American Red Cross said
For struction superintendent, died and drawbridges combined to one 18-year veteran of the police damage was reported. :damage from Hurricane Cleo. today.
Winds give Miami its worst traffic force.
\ Heavy
last night at Alachua Genera I There was no mention of any
MIAMI BEACH AP-Police) Sixty Red Cross national staff
loss
,Hospital following an extended jam.The MIAMI (AP) Some 100 Chief Rocky Pomerance sat in of life. and reserve workers as well as

: up windows as word spread illness. drawbridges were kept I stranded travelers slept on the his office Wednesday and told The broadcast without giving 500 volunteer workers, were In
( the destruction caused in I Mr. Peterson lived at Rt. 2, open for boats heading for safe hard benches of the Miami air- callers what to do before Hurri- any figures, reported lossesof ; the area or enroute. Orlando and
Gainesville. Funeral arranger port upstream, and cars had to cattle and
terminal. Cleo struck. damage to vegetable
Five ami and Miami Beach ear- port cane Jacksonville we designated
s will be announced later. wait hours to get across. Flori- fruits coffee, and i
ed today. They got caught when flights "Get the shutters out and tell sugar staging areas for hurricane re-
.; s-Johnson Funeral. Homeis da law, as most drivers in the tobacco crops in Oriente, Cama-.
ride The only hurricane to hit t canceled because of hurricane husband to
were the
your pick up anything lief supplies and services
in charge. state know gives water traffic guey and Las Villas provinces
:was Kennedy in its 14 year i Cleo and the Airport Hotel loose that's laying
; Red Cross undertaking.
was
the right of way. The radio reported that an
.the was Donna in I960 That filled up.Several. around," he told one woman. '

J.m. ; had weakened consider- ALMANAC THURS................ At one point, three lanes of airlines flew surplus "Yes, mam, you can have the "undetermined number" ol f Several mobile canteens plied
buildings and houses had col
Sunset today .57pm. traffic on Biscayne Boulevardwas i iplanp.s
A in crossing Florida from .......... chauffeur do it." the storm.wracked district and
Sunrise tomorrow 4;OS a.m. ;
II ........... backed behind a draw- out to safe points such as lapsed in cities and towns ol f
end e Gulf of Mexico and did no Moonrise tonight 1002pm. up
.................. others to South
Last Quarter Aug. 30 the three provinces. were dispatched
1m damage here. PROMINENT STAR bridge for more than 20 blocks. Tampa, Atlanta and even Pan MIAMI (AP) Havana Ra-
Antares low In southwest. 9:47 p.m. "The hours of 3 to 6 p.m. saw ama, C.Z. About 40, however, dio reported today food rationsfor But. :it concluded that Florida from points as far as

'Air i More About Saturn.VISIBLE in PLANETS southeast ...... 9.54 p.m. the worst traffic I have ever were stranded and had to be the Cuban people again have I damage was "minor." eNew I Orleans.
) Jupiter rises .............,. 11:14 p.m.
:. Venus & Mars, rise ........- 2:54 a.m.

|45 TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh Lew Prtcp ."""""""".... ..' ...."'.! "'""1 1111111111I11I1111111111111I11I1111111. .. .......................... ........._ t
Cleo Jacksonville 90 75 !I I II I I I ) I II! }
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Miami 1 S I I {f New moreintroruction forces to DutjlljlQ"UIIll
:5 Tampa 92 78 I us sweep 1
Atlanta 87 69 .01

From Page 1 New Nfw Boston Orleans York P'81 89 69 61 58 .43.70 I .I I I our 1964 models at rock-bottom prices! 1 II IIUidj

92 a
Washington!
ina A-l-A impassable with cnicagj 77 61 II
Denver 91 60
:and Ft. Worth 94 74
Cleo's powerful winds pushed Los Angeles 12 <5
$ railroad freight car eight SeattleCEDAR KEY TIDES 66 54. .02 jik11! rr7irrItTY
from south of Hollywood Friday-High at 4:26 a.m. and 5:14
land pm Low at 11:04 a.m. and 11:01 p.m.
Fort Lauderdale. The runa-

car sheared off one side of
old Dania station and then More About a ua I U

for with an automobile, I ,
and injuring the driver, an' DISCO UKj II y y

man.Officials CourtFrom
I I Ir
II V
trick said the station, a. 14 I II jil I
structure, had been lifted I III
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leon _.,
the edge of the tracks by Page I ?

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have been filed
I At Pompano Beach, two per- appeals s.
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I
for Alachua County alone. r r 1
the were trapped at the height
the storm when the wind The number of new cases
has declined in recent months
able their trailer home.
as most prisoners who can and
got them out un-

would appeal have done so. ........,..... ,,,..,,....,,".,, ,.......""' ... '.
Scheduled to be sentenced to- rII' ,--... _.-:, -.... ''1
six -
At "
Cape Kennedy space Famous Name
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lashed down and .iil\I':
er ed preparations were made for a I Grover, 17, Negro Cleveland, charged AlexanderIII with 19" Portable TV AM-FM STEREO I L---:1.{ : : ,- I )I I Ii ';::;.;i :\ ;':

blow at America's spac breaking and entering and lar- 4-SPEED AUTO. CHANGER' I r I !:,! ,,!! iji 1
i ,
Deluxe model- REAL I : :
ceny of an auto; Nick Fields, ,, I. 'Im ?, II' I
front ,
after win- speaker : "
Looting began soon 9995 : .I '
47, Negro, charged with trans- "
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eFuJlpower- :
ing In the
began to explode. '
portation and possession of onlyWestrex ; d II I)
such of the storm, the thieves moonshine whisky, Don aid 12887 II MfHwi.IRJlJa r.ot.r""Famous ;' I ill'I"ill'I"one :
't :i
rida eluded police. Earl Hilliard, 21, charged with II \ :I: :: :jAlli, I
late '
island with 'I '
Key Biscayne, an
from residential colony across three counts of forgery. Beautiful soundl 1 11 "I' : ::/ \ '
large Also William Jefferson Ot- 8" Personal ,, Make! 1111l : ;

As Bay from Miami, was is Jr., 18,, charged with break- t. Handsome contemporary cabinet! ; :" I:! ._. I''" ;:;i'lill' !!::::
evacuated before the ing and entering; Lawrance TV 6995 [' '" ii".",,. '"
et struck and high tides Rose 39, Negro, charged with Ulli n i''

.a the causeway to the possession of moonshine whis- i WH Rip oi" :

from ky; Johnny Herbert Wales, 30, I19f PORTABLE TV I In.FIT EO CONSOLE i
the fate of the island re-
charged with aggravated as- *
uncertain as boiling sault. :CARRY\ HANDLE ,-.'DIP 0 LE ANTENNA :4-SPEED-CHANGER .TWO SPEAKERS i !I 2-door Refriqerator-Freezer

continued to lash the Also Lonnie Wright, 38 Ne- ,,. i '. .. '

gro, charged with transportation ,,:t* 81 ,',(! ..:. I.-. '',,..,ft: |87i: '! Automatic Auto-fl95!
ned :<
><-'W >
Collins Avenue, site of Miami and possession of moon ;: .,'Tt. '\ .' .. ..,,;, ,' 1 09-lb. freezer!
on a ,, -01. .,.. .. .. ,
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\ "t- cube maker! Two
famous "hotel row, shine <; '. { .,. j matic
Air whisky; Rudolph Knight, *... -v.*. e- ''b. > "'" 4.,<:'" : :. ..
a mass of fallen neon signs, 59, Negro, convicted by jury ", .. ;r. .L.,...'. .t. ">'4.< '.,..:?,n {:,..,,. I huge crispers. 12 cu.
'. '" .-A.," ft. capacity! Door
and window glass. Aug. 10 of possession of moon- ; : '>4" .. WIT
tion smashed .,. 't last long at this price! :', \ ,' :, :':4Ntitryr .. i Iyc few left In stock4.. : shelves! Model EKT12C
the Fifty windows were shine; L. C. Banks, 26, Ne- ,'.' .Tltey.won.. ,....." .'" ........, ." ., ):' .x. ., ." r ftmlllllJ
Hotel and .M
the the Fontainebleau gro, charged with robbery. d
guests fled their rooms into Scheduled_ for arraignm e n tare
Jce I
ed lobby. ,Two guests, two por- : Westrex $ 00
\\' and a hotel engineer were I Dewitt Anderson Sr., 45, Negro 1611 TV 99 23" Console TV
for treatment of ,. charged with three countsof . Kelvinator

an..._ : l -:f .w.-- : forgery; Ulie Boyd, 30, Negro RCAIQ"TV- Handsome Contemporarystyle
other The'SSfoot: yacht Electromat- ,-charged with breaking and ; $10995 MULTI-CYCLE

broke loose from its mooring ''entering with intent to commit . o m;
crashed into television's rape; Oscar Lee Davis, 36, :
: \ 1'd. houseboat "Surfside Negro, charged with aggravated Emerson $11Q 95 $19995 WASHER

1 ," in Indian Creek in front assault; Robert George Gor- 16" TV.

the Fontainebleau. man, 21, charged with break- Limited {t<, Regular and
Quantities
spent the night in ing and entering. Emerson
Fifty five pregnant Also Leroy Hampton, 17, Negro $11995 delicate cycles

were admitted to Mt. charged with breaking and 19 TV. n Porcelain top
: Hospital before the hurri- entering; William Lee Kirby ..
struck. 18, charged with larceny of an Westinghouse $11995 Name Brand AMFMStereoMultiplex :( and lid y

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Report Triumvirate Named TemDorarvViet Nam. Riiipr. : 3I I
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SAIGON, South Viet Nam firmation from the governmentof tions from Buddhists and stu-
pushed toward the
military Reliable said
sources that LtGen national congress elects a head: .
AP) Diplomatic sources said the new triumvirate. dent groups. ,compound and a, Saigon radio ,Tran Thien Khiem, former of government. UCBFor
today military leaders named I ,
The ruling military junta has I Today's casualties were reported -station; Buddhist and student minister of defense; and Maj.
Maj. Gen. '
Khanh
Nguyen and Khanh
been groups massed to confront the Gen. Duoing Van Minh, former stepped down Tuesday j i
two other generals to run South trying for two days to when government troops .
Catholics at the radio station. in the, face of widespread stu-
president, were named with
Viet Nam. name a chief of government to fired on a mob of 2,000'which ,
Khanh members of the dent demonstrations. Minh had '
tried as tri I'
to enter
fill the left when Khanh ; a compound The demonstrators demandedthat
The move came amid new vacancy where junta members were the council resist Buddhistand umvirate.An !been figurehead chief of state! Our Personal

riots in which troops reportedly stepped down as president and meeting to choose a new head of student demands that it .announcement received in until 11 days ago .when Khanh i,:;
killed three the constitution in the
: demonstrators. scrapped state.A step down and the for I Saigon proclaimed himself I
pave way by diplomatic sources president
There was no immediate con-I face of mounting demonstra- Roman Catholic I Brand of
group civilian rule. .said the three would rule until under a new constitution.crfr I ServiceWe

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i = \ I CONSCIENCE II Washington MemoCowles ,THE CONSERVATIVE'

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fiaimsuil1t OF r Washington Bureau


: GRAMMAR, LACK OF President Johnson Is a one-time LBJ Solves

THESOUTH school teacher who would have flunked any of his pupilsfor

w the solecism he committed without flinching when he told

t : i the nation's .democratic governors last week: "I believe it .t

JOHN R. HARRISON. Prtsldtnt *n4 is fitting today for you and I as chief executives of the
'PAT 'LES. Vice 'resFlorida' !. I II
: Publisher 'Dilemma'I
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dent, Ed JOHNSON, Vie President majority of the states, as chief executive of the nation,
Beautiful to spend these moments now looking ahead."
and Executive Edited W. O. (Kill ,

: _". University City v,. .EIERSOLE, Vice President an* Ad- By RALPH McGILLliUtrer I I -
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Director B01 TARTAGLIONt By DAVID LAWRENCE
Vac aPr Pme Wbuiaf P kHskeOl
\1 .. and CircuUHon Manager.THE the AtUiU. (GL) C.n Ut.U M ATLANTIC CITY The dilemma that confronted President
MAN OF IRON: At the height of the speculation about

: SUN'S POLICY the President's choice for. vice president a comely young Johnson in selecting a running mate was not as mysteriousas
brief President it was made out to be. The reasons for the deferment of
with Johnson
New lady reporter wangled a interview
( : I. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. ,. and told him she was writing a flat predicion the.choice any announcement had nothing to do with the idea of allowing
2. Express the opinions oKthe Sun In-but only &in-editorials. sentiment to be worked up throughout the country for a par-
would be Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. "I'll get fired if I'm
: 3. Publish all sides oftelephones important controversial issues.
ticular candidate or for anything that might be described asa
wrong she said, batting her eyelashes. "You'll have to go

: : The Sun's : All De P ortnients-372.8441 and stew with the rest,of them," said Mr. Johnson. So popular mandate.

j: : Want Ads--376-4672 Symbols she did. THE PRESIDENT really had a simple question before

him: Did he have to put a Roman Catholic on the ticket? If

he did, then Senator Mike Mansfield of Montana The major-

I'N ity leader of the Senate, was the natural and inevitable

I Faith in the Voter Emerge dJ.fJM. choice. To have picked Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minne-

sota, also a Catholic, would have been to disregard Mr.

: The bills being introduced in ConE shire or Virginia usually goes Re- '.- < Mansfield's position as the leader ti the Democratic. Partyin

to early announcement publican or Democratic makes vote ATLANTIC CITYIt wasa .. R. htJtek the Senate.
E gress prevent The moment the Republican National Convention picked
when the solemn moving the
projections early returns scene as
: of election returns or of electronic f Representative William E. .Miller, a Catholic, to be the Republican

vote projections based on such re- come in, although he may not havea Democratic party nomin- : vice-presidential nominee, a problem was posed for

: computer to do it with. It 'under- ations began. There is a rit- President Johnson. He promptly eliminated Attorney

: turns violate the spirit, at least, rates the voters to assume that they ual about these proceed

i : of the free speech and free press believe such projections to be state- ings which is as stylized as
a classical dance choreography THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST
: guarantees. They also seem to ques- ments of fact rather than only edu- or those of a national General Robert Kennedy, a

j : tion the intelligence of the voters. cated guesses. It is surprising that field trial for bird dogs or Catholic, by ruling out all

the new U. S. Senator Pierre Salin- fox hounds. members of his cabinet as

:- The proposals are based on the belief ger (Dem., Cal.), a former news- Well Pair! vice Presidential possibilities. -
High above the podiumwere Quite
that voters of California who man, would suggest that such trend- the photographs of the a So it became a questionof

: to the will guessing in which he analyzing viewpoints of local -
have not yet gone polls must often political heroes of this gener- -
political leaders and determining -
: fail to do so or will throw in with have engaged, should be barred only ation. .Franklin_ Roosevelt
Ntw dark iiimtli Yet this is precisely the By the same token if John- from private sur-
IlJ : the leading candidate if they are told because it is done by a machine on Harry Truman and John By JAMES RESTON quality in Lyndon Johnson son and Humphrey survivethe veys whether the omission of

: that Vermont or New York is going television. Kennedy. Below them was the that troubles many of election, their relation- a Catholic from the ticket

: for him. There isn't much satis- long plain Texas face of Lyn- WASHINGTON The Dem- the progressive, intellectualand ship is not likely to be easy.It would be injurious to Mr.

don Johnson. The party slo- ocrats have picked as their youthful elements in the was hard enough for Lyn- Johnson's political strengthor
: factory evidence that this happens There is considerable doubt thatif standard-bearers the two
gan, in time of prosperityand United States, and contrib- don Johnson to curb his en- whether the issue was real-
and there is some that it doesn't.The these'bills were passed they would of national most energetic men in the
unprecedented
of
utes to his reputation as a political ergies and his tongue when ly no longer any political
i : knowledge that big eastern reduce misinformation. Instead they strength prudently used, is party: a hurricane and a typhoon mechanic. he was vice president, but consequence.

t : states were going for John F. Ken- might add to it by letting political "let us continue." Outs i de a moderate and a liberal Humphrey, on the other he did it most of the time. There also another -

t ; : nedy in 1960 didn't keep California propagandists flood the latevotingstates the vast and cavernous hall who represent the two hand, with his interest in Humphrey would have an question was that had to be
the dominant wings of the old
: from giving a slight edge to Richard with telegraphic claims that was ceaseless ebb and Roosevelt coalition. ideas and programs and his even harder time. He is the studied-would the selectionof
flow of
the Atlantic
/ : Nixon. Reports of early eastern returns their side was sweeping the country.It which had ocean exuberant optimism t h at least conspiratorial of men. Senator Humphrey, a Protestant
across come those Lyndon Johnson and Hubert -
things can be fixed and i improved He thinks questions a re anti Catholic
lead is gain some
: are as likely to contrary certainly true that political men and women who built Humphrey share one'
still troubles the bus- things to be answered, and votes that might come
voters to rush to the polls to thwart scribes and commentators America in
: are tempted the in
mysterious, thing common: public opin- iness community with pre- he usually blurts out what from Republicans who didn'ta

: the leader as to stay home. to claim omniscience on election new world. ion has emphasized their cisely the plans and dreams he thinks. of the selection ofa

'y night but there doesn't need to be a least attractive qualities. that delight the intellectual There is some reason for Catholic on their own tick-

: Everyone who is politically alert law to cure that. Being wrong a few still THE is a ISSUE new world is drawn, becauseit this Johnson the political manipulator community.This believing that this is one et?

and who knows whether New Hamp times usually does it. has and Humphrey the contrast between the cause of President John-
never stopped chang-
gabby know-it-all-these are two Democratic candidates, son's long hesitation in pick- SEN ATOR HUMPHREY

ing. It is this fact of change the popular sterotypes that while useful to Johnson's stra- ing him. With his energetic, has been in the forefront of the

" SEATING SQUABBLE AND HISTORYMississippi's that frightens many per- have hounded them throughout tegy of bringing as many optimistic, extroverted tem- "civil rights" controversy, so
sons. Things are not what
their careers and, prevented voters as possible into the perament, and his yen forgetting information was sought as
they were in the old days. them until now from pragmatic center of American into the middle of to whether this would causea

Perhaps, these persons say, reaching the pinnacle of Am- politics, also has its political things, he could easily be- loss of Democrats in the
MilestoneBy if we could only go back to erican political life. handicaps.For South as well as in those
another center of
come poli-
the old virtues and
the old Northern states where the ex-
could find In some ways they are since both men have tical power in Washington,
ways we certaintyand istence of a "white backlash"vote
very similar. They were both modified their views in recent and this is not the sort of
RICHARD WILSON on a demonstration, and it condition exists in lesser de serenity again. Even Sen- has lately been a mat-
born with more animal energy years and since they thing that Johnson would be
Chief, Cowles Washington did so in a well ordered gree. Federal law guaranteesthe ator Goldwater seems afraidof ter of political concern. Mr.
started out at ends
than Texas steer. opposite to
a likely fancy.
the industrialized world, of Johnson has of reach-
BureauS and dramatic fashion. The eloquence rights of Negroes to ways
register They are both Capitol Hill of the political spectrum on Yet it is clear from Humphrey's
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. of the Negroes, the and vote.: In the end, the vast concentrations of pop ing into every state to gather
men. They were both influenced some subjects, the Republicans actions attitudes i
In the longer range of events clarity of their thought and they will do so, and this is ulation demanding services of information on political atti-
will doubt be able
though,in different ways, no to and of recent date
the contest at the Democratic purpose, contrasted sharply the challenge which faces government for the uneducated writings tudes. His aides were ableto
show that have often differed -
the the slum by the exuberant populist they that, like the President he idea of how
National Convention over with the inarticulate presen- the white leadership of the unemployed, get a general
delinquent, and for those doctrines of another genera- from one another in the does not fit the popular im- the country would react to
the seating of the Mississippi tation of the white "regulars" South. This political leader-
tion. They are both compul- past and that each is now of his character. He
caught in poverty and the pressions the selection of Mr. Humph-
delegation may become of his- who seemed to havebeen ship must learn how to coOperate -,
sive talkers, and they have taking positions he opposedat
strictures sat in front of Sen. Richard
brought on by
pos-
mile- struck dumb th with '
toric importance as a by every the Negro political
both moved into the centerof another time. rey.The
'
Russell in the Senate
sessing those work skills during
in the for Negro of the idea only
stone fight temerity leadership. M i inn esota Sena-
the political The chances are, however
spectrum. the civil debate
that no longer'are needed.So rights listen-
'
that there should be full
political rights. a tor, moreover, is widely
Johnson from the right and that Humphrey will be ableto the
.. ing to Georgian grindhis
The more the nation writhes exercise of political rights THERE IS NO point in there has emerged a Humphrey i from the left. take care of himself in the teeth in and kept known as a "liberal" and !

over the race issue the by Negroes in Mississippi.THE Southerners complainingabout sort of dude ranch West- Standing alone each of campaign. Nobody will haveto to himself anger "Shut his selection the President
saying :
up
more apparent it becomes outsiders coming in to ern symbol. It does not much brief him on the issues of was advised, would please the
these Hubert. Don't word.
that the central point is the STORY of the repres- stir up trouble. They are resemble the virtues of the men I reassures some the day. He was leading the say a "liberal" elements of the par-
of the electorate and
right of Negroes in the Southto sion of the right of Negroesto coming and will come in old West, the fast draw, the sectors others. The Presidenthas fight for civil rights the trea- He will hurt the Democratic ty, including the followers of

the full exercise of their vote and to participate in greater numbers under the dance hall saloon, or the vast repels remarkable fol- ty to partially ban nuclear ticket in the South, yet Adlai Stevenson. Mr. Johnson

political rights. This is the party affairs was brutal a protection of federal law and herds driven slowly across won a tests, expanded trade medi- there is no better indication of has lately been trying to
in the business
point that was involved in story of murder and nightriders with the authority of the Dem- many dusty arid miles to rail munity lowing of the nationmorethan com- care, the peace corps, fed- Hubert Humphrey's develop- give to the business worldan

the Mississippi case. From and terror. Joseph L. ocratic National Party organ heads. This is a fearful lead- Democratic eral a id for the public ment in the last 10 years than image of his administration -

the exercise of political Rauh, executive director of ization. The decision has ership that asks that we get dent since any the inception presi-of the schools, and the tax cut long the respect he has g a i ned as non-radical and on

rights, and probably only Amerians for Democratic Ac- been imposed on the South the government out of farm New Deal. He does not before these things were among the southern sena- the whole, rather conserva-

through their exercise, will tion, and attorney for the that Negroes shall vote and support prices, out of urban come major issues on the legisla- tors with whom he has tive. Woula A "liberal" on
his with fixed
limited rights Freedom delegation had in national and at problems a the ticket, therefore, balance -
flow even those a participate renewal, out of aid to hous- tive calendar. fought so hard.
\ Negroes poor' legally and a great state political affairs and ideological bent. .He ,is not a things up a bit? So the
by case
which are enjoyed ing and to the old and handi- This
no doubt him
helped
critic of American society Certainly nobody will out-
,
plus points in favor of pick-
in the North. case emotionally.The there is enough resolve in the capped.: It is a leadership,
I as his predecessor was and talk him, or outlast him. He with the President. This and ing Senator Humphrey grad-
r 4 purpose of the demon- Negro leadership and the however, that still is willingto
as Humphrey is, and this is the happiest warrior the his sense of humor. He is a ually grew as political professionals
I : AND, NEGROES in the stration was brought out in a rank-and-file to face even accept a multimillion dollar -
seems to impress many Re- Democrats have had since gay man in a solemn world, were canvassed.
able to series of death to the
North are only en- questions propounded carry out deci- federal irrigation projectfor
publicans, as it impresses Al Smith, and nothing liber- and no cast of political char-
: force their demands for a by a delegate from the sion. Arizona.
? that here is ates exhilerates him in TIlE INDIVIDUALS most
or acters
many politicians as a presidential cam-
: nearer approach to equal state of Iowa, Sperwin Mark- The South has too muchat
a man they can do business much as a good old rough paign ever needed frequently mentioned senators
status because they exercise man, after consulting with stake, it is too great and PERHAPS THE BASIC sto- gaiety so
house Man sfield Humphrey -
much.
: political power. P ol i ical counsel for the national com- beautiful an area, to permitthe ry of this convention was the with. fight and McCarthy, did not

rights are thus central to the mittee and the credentials adjustment which it must appearance of a new political authorize >booms> in their

: whole question, transcending committee. "In truth, can eventualy make to destroyits South. The South, too, I behalf any organized ef
all the moral and ethical there be but one Democratic character, its pride and has changed.The or any

: considerations which are, in- Party and the ideal solu- its economy. Voice fort. It was recognized on
civil rights is of the all sides, of course that the
plank
: deed, becoming weaker as tion would be to have that Something came out of the People final choice was to be made
of
\ stimuli for social change party open to all, regardlessof inarticulate spokesman at the part a larger one called by President Johnson.Mr. .

= under the present disordered race?" The Freedom Par- national convention for Mis- "democracy of opportunity. -

circumstances. ty leader answered that this sissippi. It burst from him as ." It was written by a On The Sun's I Johnson's decision was
southerner. It calls for full Opinion
Pages
: much of the result of a measurementof
It was not of consequence was course, true. a protestation to show that
: that the Democratic That this is true is the Mississippians are decent and observance of the 1964 rightsact the benefits that could accrue -

"' convention actually did. The most important fact being loyal and brave Americans. and it condemns lawlessness Opinions and comments of Sun reader arc welcome in the Void of the People column Letter to the ticket as againstthe
and boar the writer's address. Names will -
be be
with It must signed withheld if requested. A letter should
: important thing was that it established by the Democratic More Medal of Honor win- equal sincerity. not exceed 500 words and must bt written on only OHO side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The disadvantages in certain

: did something and, more important convention's attempt to ners in proportion to popula- asks for enforcement of the Sun reserves the right to reject any Utter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or areas of the country where

: than that, the problem avoid the exclusion cl Ne- tion came out of Mississippiin rights legislation where thereis intent. the electoral vote might be

: was dramatized on national groes from the party structure World War II than from default. Both Alabam repeal the graduated incometax Since close.
Free you are giving a free
and
>r television as it had and the politics of the any other state. Another kindof stood Mississippi that. under- BillingTo and allow big burin ess billing to what a few j people The President knew that

: not been before. South in the future. medal of honor awaits 'Reactionary'EDITOR free rein, we would again seea consider to be the "conserva- he needed a good campaigner -

: The case of the Mississippi When that happens, as it those of the present genera- day like that when a few tive" viewpoint, it is only and an experienced poli-
THE INTELLIGENT L Y
Freedom Democratic Party ultimately will, the power tion who can find the way to Sun: I must rich like the Rockefellers, the fair that you also give a free tician someone with a

: was weak. The party had structure and balance in the mutual political coopera- "let drawn continue plank dedicated" to say that I am. deeply disappointed Morgans and the Vanderbiltsheld billing to a "liberal" view- knowledge of political condi-
us coupled
been hastily and imperfectly the South will change. Of 900- tion between white and black in the Gainesville great wealth and the point. This would be in keep- tions throughout the coun
with the condemnations of
It recalled that
: organized without a careful 000 persons of voting age in which will make Mississippia Sun. When the new manage- millions of workers suifered ing with your policy of ex- try. was Senator
lawlessness
is to candidate -
: regard for the requirements Mississippi nearly 43 percent greater state than it is and a pledge ment acquired The Sun a from ,inadequate income. pressing all points of view Humphrey was a
eliminate the economic and for the
of law. It must be concluded are Negroes. In other lead the way for the rest of social causes producing muchof while back, I looked in hope Goldwater tells us that he which are prevelant on the four presidential and nomination

: that it was organized to put states of the South a similar ,the South. our delinquency and viola- for a better, paper to rep- wants to "strengthen" NATO. American scene. I would sug- made a good showing years ago at the

.. tion of law. "Ending discrimination 'resent our community. However But at the same time he gest that you use J. I:. Galbraith's primaries, including Wisconsin -
when The Sun started makes statements which ali- "The Liberal Hour"to
: based on race, age, printing, free of charge the show and West Virginia. That'swhy
POTOMAC FEVER enate our allies. Recently a a twentieth century most of the political
sex or national origin,
says propaganda of Sen. Bar r yGoldwater's German medical doctor recognized version of how Americ a n s leaders of the various dele
the plank on "democracy of
: By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau opportunity," demands not "The "Conscienceof Goldwater for what can .move forward. gations at the conventionthis
Conservative disappointment
a
RONNY HILL
my he is, when, in a letieto week anticipated the se
but the
: Those two big pictures of President Johnson in Convention Hall give the proceedings only equal opportunity deepened almost TIME (July 31), he stated: lection of Hubert Humphrey,

an intimate, folksey touch. You know, like, "Big Daddy is watching opportunity to be equaL" "We to the point of despair.The "We Germans have learned, though there were some who

: you." are concerned, says Sun is printing the very much to our regret, the Uncle Sam has set' aside kept saying the result wouldbe
the Democratic convention
two million dollars to be
propaganda of a man who inevitable outcome of leaders a surprise.The .

: Democrats are naturally generous. They promise that if Mr. Johnson is elected "not only with peoples' rightto expresses radical and reactionary with big sticks. Are spent in fighting malaria in
be free but with their ability
: President of this great land they'll give Barry Goldwater the air. beliefs. His belief Americans prepared to pay West Pakistan. The Indian discussion has gone on
to use their freedom. the tuition?" government will almost certainly -
that the graduated income same now for many days, and

: It's hard to understand Sen. Goldwater's complaints about the press. Every Southern delegations, tax should be repealed The book that you confrontus accuse us of crueltyto hence the revelation planned

time he says something it gets into the Papers twice-what he said and what including Georgia and Tennessee would..be one of the great with daily in your paper mosquitoes. for the Wednesday night session -

.: he says he meant to say. included Negro dele- est steps backward that our calls for the repeal of the (Memphis Commercial Ap- of the convention was

-- gates who brought their-fam- nation could ever take,. Senator twentieth, century. It is a peal) .* surrounded in advance by an

: The Senator has switched signals on himself so often it's no wonder that lies and attended<< state recep- Goldwater's' ; inconsistencies book designed for simple: people : s '. ,air of mystery and uncertain

: some people should make the mistake of calling him Sen. Backwater. tions. Alabama and Missis- run all through the book. who can be confused into ty. All this could have been; ,

I sippi defections were the ex- He says that we shodd balance believing that the vastly complex There are no radical extre- of course, mostly a buildup

: A blizzard forces Defense Secretary McNamara to cancel his attempt to ceptions. A new south beginsto the budget. But b} suspending problems of today and mists on the liberal side and for the announcement to a

': climb the Matterhorn. That's a switch-Pentagon brass victim of snow job. appear. the graduated income the future can be solved by all of them will tell you.; nationwide TV audience. This

.- tax ,he would suspendthe the non-anSwers of the 1920s so- U you ask them. was one way to get publicityand

It's a Topsy-turvy age. Used to be you had to be a stand-out to get into the This was the backgroundas means of balancing the that led us deep into the ( Memphis Commercial Appeal attention in an otherwise

news. Now you can do it with a alt in, the Democrats nominated. budget. If our nation was to Great Depression. ) dull convention.4 .



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Chrysler Picked 'As No. 1 Strike. Target of Auto Union \Ii\ LEASINGNEW

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DETROIT (AP) The United by that time.Reuther was set beyond Labor Day to found such an appearance be- I Pointing out that Chrysler is tion of whether the companywas RETAIL STORE BUILDINGS
I I (Auto Workers Union has singled said Chrysler, General allow several extra days at the fore a labor rally to be embar-''the nation's seventh largest corporation going to.survive.,
I out Chrysler Corp. as its No. 1 Motors and Ford the auto bargaining table in efforts to rassing. 'I' Reuther said the firm IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
strike target in efforts to secure industry's Big Three -. all had avoid a walkout. Reuther visited President!was .selected because it had Chrysler: is, now .the, second
new contracts for the nation's adopted a "narrow, selfish-atti President Johnson is expectedto Johnson in the White House!what he termed "a economic most profitable company ,in the
half-million auto plant workers. tude" in negotiations and are open his campaign in De Wednesday, but he denied that and moral obligation," to repay auto industry, Reuther said, 3440 W. Univ. Ave.For .
UAW President Walter Reu-'denying workers their fair shareof troit's Cadillac Square on Labor the President's Labor Day plans the UAW for 1961 contract earning $114.4 million after taxes
ther' told newsmen Wednesday] recordbreaking profits. had any influence on the decision I concessions. during the first six months of Full Details
I\\ night that the walkout at Chrysler The union's contracts with ajl Day.Observers have pointed out to set Sept.- two days I At that time, he contended, this year. This, he said, was a PHONE 376-9183
would begin at 10 a.m. Sept. three firms expire Monday, but that with a auto strike in pro- after the holiday- as the strike Chrysler was in deep financial 26 per cent return on its invest
9 if no settlement is forthcoming Reuther said the strike deadline gress, the President might have date."MISS :trouble and there was a ques- ment.
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: Humphrey:. Bitter D feat'toC the Taste of Victory ,:



{ e ,
.. t Nrm VmkJtmrJl' lie stature. His energy is unimpaired gates were to be seated they bill for 83 days. One day he had tion took them up. I II cause of liberalism by gaining a well-controlled admiration t*.
1 ) but somewhat more 'con. must first pledge loyalty to the to 'quell eight threatered revolts -I Yet none of these measures :the affection and admiration of en for such antagonists ai
1 It was only 9 a.m but 'already trolled. ticket And he also insisted that ,temper tantrums and I bears his name, for he has 1 moderate' colleagues who say: James O. Eastland of Mississippi

E Philadelphia'was swathed f This week in Atlantic City in the future-call,of the convention -near fisticuffs among his impatient -found that the best way to get '."I don't mind liberalism, it's and Strom Thurmond of
J in moist heat. In the hotel Senator: Humphrey has been it must be made plain that liberal brethren. a project through the Senate is the liberals I can't abide." South Carolina. Certainly he

room a man in his B.V.D.'s sat playing middleman for the discrimination in the affairs of But the senator from Minne- to turn active sponsorship over He has learned to temper his hits it off with Georgia's 'Rich
on the edge of a rumpled bed. White House in. an effort; to the party would warrant the unseating sota does not blush to recall to; other members. l lieralism with pragmatism and ard B. Russell.

F His pink cheeks and broad reach agreement on a formula of a state delegation.Of the first bill he introduced i n Born, May 27, 1911, in Wall- leaven it with understanding of Finally, Senator Humphrey
smiQng face too broad ,for br e which ::would ease the disputeover course the senator has 949.[ It was a bill to provide ace, S. D., Humphrey graduated the prejudices and problemsof has a sense of humor. Even
y the puckish nose and mouth 4. yA the: Mississippi and Ala- changed. He recalls with chagrin -hospital care for the aged under from the Denver Collegeof colleagues. "Prejudice ren- ,when most embroiled, the com-

gave him a winning expression. bama delegations and wait- how he was given the Social Security.The Pharmacy, and attended the ders a man's virtues his hab- ic spirit sits on his shoulder.
:, The room was crowded with "club chill" when, not long,aft taste of this week's reward University of Minnesota and its," said Burke, and the senator -He will knock an opponent
other men, eager eyed, talk- s s > Ky ing.Admittedly there is historic er he entered the Senate he had must be sweet after the Louisiana State University. A will go along with that. 'about, send him sprawling, and

ing and laughing. irony, here. Increasingly rf late the temerity to criticize the disappointments the loss of Phi Beta Kappa, he taught political Unlike liberals Hum then pick him up, dust him off
Bnt the man on the edge of years the senator has, been the 'venerable Harry F. Byrd of the vice presidential nomina- science at MacAlester phrey does some not question, the and put his arm about him.
!. the led) talked the most. H e patient, dogged Hubert search- Virginia."In tion in 1956, and the collapse of College before becoming mayor who I I
motives of those .
\ 5 he has said his for the of Minneapolis. The Hum- oppose Here enters the paradox.The
never stopped. Plainly he was ing for reasonable compromise the. Senate, hopes presidential
him. He knows that the next
the leader of this gay young 'rather than the derring d 0 "you must learn manners. You nomination on that night of phreys have four children. on senator has never, until
Jfl issue he need their votes.
114 force. They had much to talk Horatio who was the hero of have to have manners without.May 11, 1960, when he and his Senator Humphrey; has been may recently, been a national fig
and"gloat over. the Americans for Democratic sacrificing convictions." I wife, Muriel, heard the primary the darling of the. liberals but Consequently he worked in ure. He was not so regarded
blush his in Va. he has often been their des- perfect harmony with Sen. Everett after Wisconsin and West Vir
Il: The Action. ,He must also at returns Charleston, W.
first
night before, on his Dirksen the There those who con-
McKinley on ginia. are
HUMPHREY This has led to a spate of articles maiden speech, delivered, on But sweeter far must be the
foray onto the national politicalscene. pair.He civil rights bill. As the minor tend that this is precisely be-
be-
asserting that "Hubert March 14, 1949. vindication of his labors supplied has been their darling
Hubert the Horatio twice Humphrey elected- tion and half of Alabama's has mellowed." The busine s s "What the people want," _he by the legislative recordof cause he has not been afraidto ity leader progressively came I cause of his human and likeable
at 37 -
and while the band played "Dixie") community has been assured! told his colleagues, "is'for the the 87th and 88th Congress.The commit himself to causes. .around to the Humphrey position qualities-his open e s s,
mayor of Minneapolis candidate and( burned bridges that the "brash" young man. Senate to function SometimesI nuclear test ban trea- He has rarely "played it safe" the majority whip steppedinto his ready response on every occasion -
United States enough
for the
the, Peace abroad his convictions were in- the background and never his humor, his lack of
when
Senate, had carried to the floorof across the Mason Dixon line can now be trusted not to over- think we become so cozy we ty, Corps I. "
the credit that
challenged "style.
the Democratic Convention (though he didn't know it then) turn the established order. feel so secure in our six year and at home, food for peace, volved.
civil rights plank to cost Truman 38 southern There is truth in this portrait, term we forget that the people urban renewal, federal aid for But he has been the despairof Dirksen got for the bill. One thing Senator Humphrey -
a fight over a
the Truman administration electoral votes. but it is a surface truth. It was want things done." education, the wilderness bill- the liberals by departing The vice presidential nominee does have in excess an
than
tougher all had been Senator from the stereotype which they has fire without malice.He irrepressible zest for life. And
favored.He That was 1948. In 16 years the senator, for example, who Last winter and spring the pressed by -
u had the fight, driven Hubert Humphrey has grown a insisted this week that if the majority whip waited out the Humphrey long before the: so much admire. Because of his does not harbor grudges, from it probably flow all his

out all the won Mississippi d elega- little in girth and much in pub- Mississippi and Alabama dele. southerners on the civil rights Kennedy Johnson administra, departure he has served the and he is suspected of having other qualities.




I: Johnson: Flair for Thinking Big and Talking Fast I




wtmtll Democrats carry key southern person I ever knew any- have accepted had he known he the voice and occasionally the in using a teleprompter for for fice; the settlement of a threat from his family's ownership of

Sfoui IJcrk states. The two men won and where who was never afraid. would be serving on the commission -manner of that region's politi mal speeches, in abandoning the ened rail strike by determined ,KTBC-TV, the only television:
Lyndon Baines Johnson of talked to him with Chief Justice Earl cians, Johnson can painfully offend President's big 707 Jet for a
when an assassin struck down Whatever you White House pressure; the declaration -station in Austin, Texas. a cityof
Texas was 56 years old today Kennedy in Dallas last Nov.'22, about, whatever you asked him 'I Warren, an unpopular figurein the Ivy League while push- 10 place Jetstar, and in the I of "war on poverty"and about 200,000 population. Cri-
and ,the Democrats in Atlantic Lyndon Baines Johnson of Texas -for, like projects for your district Georgia and elsewhere in the ing its favorite bills through informality and accessibility he tics have alleged but vainly
City :gave him quite a party a became the first southerner there was just one wayto South. Congress. "Old Cornpone" is a has maintained.At the initial legislation to pro- sought to prove that his politi
secute it the swift and effec-
day in advance. in the White House since figure it with him. I know I frequent nickname and sometimes the same time, Johnson ; cal influence was the reason for
Thus came to fruition one of I "That, said Johnson, "is tive response to the North Vietnamese
Wilson. some of them called dema- an epithet. the station's o
Woodrow has defended the exe- near monopoly.This
staunchly
of didn't tell attacks in
the great political accidents why I you. patrol boat
goguery; they can call it any- of the and other Johnson interestsnow
Johnson's has been cutive presidency,
incumbent presi- presidency powers Tonkin the maintenance
American history. Probably not Now, as an the Gulf of ; -
thing they want but you couldbe I To many Americans even colorful, to the least. Amonghis gone out of his way to proclaimhis are in trusteeship, but the
one of the delegates at the Democratic -: dent, he has been given the say of prosperity and price i
however
damn that the only test to Democrats has ceased. The
National Conventionwho nomination few politicians be- sure many other activities, he has rid- devotion to the free enter- stability while unemployment'criticism not
he has this Was it for Johnson seems "just a politi- of his wealth
was : good den off horseback from a prise system, and exalted con- question personal
voted overwhelminglyfor lieve he ever could have won I on was falling below five per cent;
so clan" whose act is aimed -
also is raised.
the folks? every stitutional to the frequently
the one time Texas farm- in any other way. Most rank I news conference held over a government the reduction of the 1965 federal
boy and school teacher, would him the favorite to defeat Sen. Rayburn, a friend of John- I at getting and keeping votes,himself grabbing in hay bale, jammed a five-gallon skies. The mood of his adminis- budget and the sizable economies But Johnson's two majr problems
have believed 15 months ago Barry Goldwater in November; son's father, took young Lyndon power, southern- Texas hat on the head of West tration has not been so much in government upon whichhe have been and, in the
that the would ever be nominated most polls support their opinion. under his wing when he was I office.devotion They question to the a of 'German Chancellor Ludw g one of breaking new ground as insisted. event of his election will remain -
t for president. Most of Lyndon Johnson'slife secretary to Rep. Kleberg.The er's cause Erhard, led an astonished bandof it has been one of thoroughly civil rights at home
civil Goldwater called
rights (
Johnson himscif once I tourists on a walking tour tilling the old. I HISTORY Not to mention and the in South Viet Nam.
Lyndon truly has been spent in politics other quality of the Pres- him a "faker" on this issue), Goldwater will also see another war
told a reporter: "I don't think In his company, one be- ident that makes visitors mutter about Texas oil inter of the White House grounds, sat History, taking the long viewof I side of the A Neither seems anywhere near
anyone from the South will be comes aware of it forcefully aware of his political nature is estsdeplore the President's down to talk with a Kentucky the 13 months of the presi- sometimes picture touch: in resolution, still neither arose
nominated in my life time. If primarily for two reasons. Oneis the sense he imparts of a vast I"wheeler-dealer" reputation and miner on the front porch of the dency Johnson is sure to have, affairs fumbling in during his administration.If .
so, I don't think he will be and of his of latter's shack, led the singing of consider his greatest foreign particularly
the depth variety and unillusioned knowledge wonder about the size of his may
.1 the handling of a long controversy anything has distinguishedJohnson's
elected. is always "Puff the Magic Dragon" at a have been the
he to
political experience; human nature of what men achievement
personal wealth (some say it is with Panama over the presidential style it
John F. Kennedy apparently II recalling incidents, stor- will do and will not do, to what White House entertainment, and smooth, sure way in which he I
as much as $14 million). Canal Zone treaty; and at least probably has been the qualityof
shared that view. In appraisingthe ies, men, events,. the impact of stimuli they will respond, to I evoked headlines by drinking kept that government function- I peripheral involvement in the evangelism that has markedit.
Democratic presidential possibilities and caution Others concede his sincerityand beer while driving at high speed and imbued the world witha
which still guide what influences they are im ing : his
I tangled business affairs of Johnson is a pounding
before the 1960 Democratic I him. abilities but deplore his down a Texas highway.His sufficient confidence in his
Convention he said: "I mune. former protege, Robert G. Baker preacher, who often talks in the
,
think I'm well qualified as I Undoubtedly, the greatest influences When in December, 1963, "style" a presidential qua-, first address to a joint own leadership. and an impression of "cov- Old Testament terms he heardin
on him were Franklin Johnson announced the membersof lity that might have been session of Congress was widely Other achievements of his lering up" some of the facts of his youth, in the church of
of the others except Lyn-
any have Roosevelt and Sam Rayburn, a commission to investigatethe thought lacking in anyone fol- considered one of the most year plus in office are con- that case; incautious hints that the Disciples of Christ. His pre-
and he doesn't a
don, 'with both of whom he worked assassination of President lowing the crisp and elegant II moving and eloquent ever givenin siderable, however the pas- the U.S. might be preparing to sidency has been one of exhor-

chance.But it was Kennedy who gave closely. When F.D.R. died, John Kennedy, he got an irate call Kennedy.A the House chamber. sage of the tax reduction and expand the war in South Viet tation, relentless and emotionalas
Johnson the chance that result son, with tears in his eyes, told from one of his oldest and closest sentimentalist, an orator I Johnson has been a presidential civil rights bills devised by Ken- Nam; a hyper-sensitive to cri- well as calculated and logI-
ed in is nomination Wednesday. the New York Times:. I friends, Sen. Richard B. whose range is from stump to innovator in many practicalways nedy; the revitalization of the ticism, both from the press and cal, for causes ranging from

Kennedy chose Johnson to run "He was like a daddy to me Russell, D-Ga., one of those pulpit, a westerner with the, in holding informal, legislative executive relation- opposing politicians. I economic growth to economy in
with him in 1960, primarily in always; he always talked to me appointed. West's flair for thinking big and minute's notice news confer- ship that had seemed so nearly I For many years there has government to an even break

hopes that it would help the just that< way. He.was. '-. "-,,the. ...one. ...Russell, said he could not. talking fast, a southerner with ences in his office, for instance, frozen just before he took of-I been criticism of Johnson, also for children of all races



I The 'Natural Law9 Is Best in Taxes and' Spending I




4 m: our freedom. A family man earning $4,500 a year works, ciety-an objective that does violence both to the charterof per cent. Finally, we are often told that the government'sshare
on the average, twenty-two days a month. Taxes, visible and the Republic and the laws of Nature. of total spending in the country is what is importantand

TheCONSCIENCE !invisible, take approximately 32 per cent of his earnings.This We are all equal in the eyes of God but we are equal in consequently we must take into account the increasein
; means that one-third, or seven whole days, of his no other respect. Artificial devices for enforcing equality gross national product. t

monthly labor goes for taxes. The average American is among unequal men must be rejected if we would restore Again, however, the increase in GNP, which was roughly t
OF therefore working one-third of the time for government: a that charter and honor those laws. 40 per cent over the past ten years, is not comparableto

third of what he produces is not available for his own use One problem with regard to taxes, then, is to enforce a 143 per cent increase in federal spending. The con-
L 1 but is confiscated and used by others who have not earnedit. justice-to abolish the graduated features of our tax laws; clusion here is inescapable-that far from arresting federal

and the sooner we get at the job, the better. spending and the trend toward Statism we Republicanshave
A CONSERVATIVEBy Let us note that by this measure the United States is The other, and the one that has the greatest impact on kept the trend moving forward.
already one-third "socialized." The late Senator Taft made our daily lives, is to reduce the volume of taxes. And this I do not mean to suggest, of course, that things would
the point often. "You can socialize," he said, "just as well takes us to the question of government spending. While thereis have been different under a Democratic Administration. Every
SEN. BARRY GOLDNATLRCHAPTER by a steady increase in the burden of taxation beyondthe something to be said for the proposition that spendingwill year:, the Democratic national leadership demands that

30 per cent we have already reached as you can by never be reduced so long as there is money in the the federal government spend more than it is spending, and
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... government seizure. The very imposition of heavy taxes is federal treasury, I believe that as a practical matter spending that Republicans propose to spend.
7 a limit on a man's freedom." cuts must come before tax cuts.If And this year, several weeks before President Eisenhower -

But having said that each man has an inalienable rightto we reduce taxes before firm, principled decisions are submitted his 1961 budget, The Democratic National Advisory
his it also must be said that citizen has Council issued manifesto for
property, every made about a calling profligate spending -
expenditures, we will court deficit ,spending and
contribute his fair share to the legitimate increases in of the federal
Taxes and SpendingWe an obligation to the inflationary effects that invariably follow.' nearly every department
,. functions of government. Government, in other words, has government; the demands for increases in domestic spend.
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all have heard mucn throughout our hfetunes; ana.I some claim on our wealth, and the problem is to define It is the area of spending that the Republican Party'sperformance ing alone could hardly cost less than $20 billion a year.I .
seen little happen, on the subject of high taxes. Whereis that claim in a way' that gives due consideration to the in its seven years of power, has been most do mean to say, however, that neither of our political

the politician who has not promised his constituents a property rights of the individual. .. disappointing. parties has seriously faced up to the problem of government
fight to the death for lower taxes-and who has not proceeded The size of the government's rightful claim that is, In the Summer of 1952 shortly after the Republican spending. The recommendations of the Hoover Commission
to vote for the very spending projects that make the total amount it may take in taxes will be determined Convention, the two men who had battled for the Presidential which could save the taxpayer in the neighborhood of $7

tax cuts impossible? by how we refine the "legitimate functions of government." nomination met at Morningside Heights, New York, to billion a year have been largely ignored. Yet even these

There are some the shoe does not fit, but 'I am afraid With. regard to the federal government, the Constitutionis discuss the problem of taxes and spending., recommendations, dealing as they do for the most part with

not many. Talk of tax reduction has thus come to have a the proper standard of legitimacy:, its "legitimate" powers, After the conference Senator Taft announced: "General extravagance and waste, do not go to the heart of the
hollow ring. The people listen, but do not believe. And ,worse:' as we have seen are those the Constitituicn has delegatedto Eisenhower emphatically agrees with me in the proposalto problem.The .
as the public grows more and more cynical, the politicianfeels .it..:Therefore,' if'we adhere to the Constitution, the federal reduce drastically overall expenses. Our goal is ,about root evil is that the government is engaged in activi-
less and less compelled to take his promises seriously., government's total tax bill will be the cost of exercising $70 billion in fiscal 1954 ,(President Truman had proposed ties in which it has no legitimate business. As long as
I suspect that this vicious circle of cynicism and failureto 'such'of its delegated powers as our representatives deem $81'' billion) and $60 billion in fiscal 1955 Of course, I the federal government acknowledges responsibility in a
perform is primarily the result of the Liberals' success necessary in the national interest. hope we may do better than that and that the reductioncan given social or economic field, its spending in that field
reading out of the discussion the moral principles with_ But conversely, when the federal government enacts programs steadily continue." Thereafter, the idea of a $60 billion cannot be substantially reduced. As long as the federal
which the subject of taxation is so intimately connected. We that are not authorized by its delegated powers, the budget in 1955, plus the promise of further reductions later government acknowledges responsibility for education, for example -
have been led to look upon taxation as merely a problemof taxes needed to pay for such programs exceed the govern- on, became an integral part of the Republican cam- the amount of federal aid is bound to increase, at
public financing: How much money does the governmentneed ment's rightful claim on our wealth. paign. the very least, in direct proportion to the cost of supportingthe
? We have been led to discount, and often to forget The distribution of the government's claim' is the next Now it would'be bad enough if we had simply failed nation's schools. '

altogether, the bearing of taxation on the problem of in- part of the definition. What is a "fair share?" I believe to redeem our promise to reduce spending: the fact, however The only way to curtail spending substantially, is to eliminate
dividual freedom. We have been persuaded that the government that the requirements of justice here are perfectly clear: is that federal spending has greatly increased duringthe the programs on which excess spending is consumed.The .
has an unlimited claim on ,the wealth of the people, government has a right to claim an equal percentage of Republican years. Instead of a $60 billion budget, we government must begin to withdraw from a whole
and that the only pertinent question is what portion of its each man's wealth, and no more. Property taxes are typically are confronted, in fiscal 1961, with a budget of .approximately series of programs that are outside its constitutional man
claim the government should exercise. levied on this basis. Excise and sales taxes are basedon $80 billion. date-from social welfare programs, education, public pow-
The American taxpayer, I think, has, lost confidence in his the same principle-though the tax is levied on .a trans- If we add to the formal budget figure disbursements from er, agriculture, public housing, urban renewal, and all the
claim to his money. He has been handicapped in resisting action rather than on property. the so-called trust funds for Social Security and the Federal other activities that can be better performed by lower lev.
high taxes by the feeling that he is, in the nature of things,, The principle is'equally valid with regard' to incomes, in- Highway Program-as we must if we are to obtain a realistic els of government or by private institutions or by individuals.
obliged to accommodate whatever need for his wealth gov- heritances and gifts. The idea that a man who makes $100- picture of federal expenditures-total federal spendingwill I do not suggest that the federal government drop all
ernment chooses to assert. 000 a .year should be forced to contribute ninety per cent be in the neighborhood of $95 billion. of these programs overnight. But I do suggest that we establish
The "nature of things," I submit, is quite different. Gov- of his income to the cost of government, while the man We are often told that increased federal spending is simply by law, a rigid timetable for a staged withdrawaL
ernment does not have an unlimited claim on the earningsof who makes $10,000 is made to pay twenty per cent is repugnant a reflection of the increased cost of national defense. We might provide, for example, for a 10 per cent spending
individuals. One of the foremost, precepts of the natural to my notions of justice. I do not believe in punish- This is untrue. In the last ten years purely domestic expen- reduction eacb year in all of the fields in which federal
law is man's right to the possession and the use of his, ing success. To put it more broadly, I believe it is contraryto ditures have increased from $15.2 billion, in fiscal 1951, participation is undesirable. It is only through this kind of
property. And a man's earnings are his property as muchas the natural right to property to which we have just al to a proposed $37.0 billion in fiscal 1961*-an increase of 143 determined assault on the principle of unlimited governmentthat
his land and the house in which he, lives. Indeed, in luded-and is therefore immoral-to deny to the man whose per cent! Here are the figures measured by a slightly American people will obtain relief from high taxes,
the industrial age, earnings are probably the most 'prevalent labor has produced more abundant fruit' than that of his different yardstick: during the last five years of the Truman and will start making progress toward regaining their free
form of property.It neighbor the opportunity of enjoying the abundance he has Administration the average annual federal expenditurefor dom.
has been the fashion in recent years to disparage "prop created.As domestic purposes was .$17.7 billion; during the last five And let us, by all means, remember the nation's inter-
erty rights" to associate them with greed and material for the claim that the government needs the graduated years, of the Eisenhower Administration, it was, $33.6 bil- est in reducing taxes and spending. The need for "economic -
ism. ,This attack on property rights Is actually an attackon tax for revenue purposes, the facts are to the con- lion,'an increase of 89 per cent. growth" that we hear so much about these days will be
freedom. It is another instance of the, modern failureto trary. The 'total revenue collected from income taxes be- Some allowance must be made, of course, for the increase achieved, not by the government harnessing the nation's economic -
take into account the whole man. How carl a man be yond the :twenty per cent level, amounts to less than $5 bil- in population; obviously the same welfare program will forces, but by emancipating them.
truly free if he is denied the means to exercise: freedom? lion-less than the federal government now spends on the cost more if there ,are more people to be, cared for. But By reducing taxes and spending we will not only returnto
How can be be free if the fruits of his labor: are not his one item of agriculture. the increase in population does not begin to account for the individual the means with which he can assert his

to dispose of, but are treated, instead as part of a. common ., Th$ -graduated .tax isa,; ::'confiscatory, tax. Its effect, and the increase in spending. During the ten-year period in which freedom and dignity, but also guarantee to the nation the
pool of public wealth? Property .and freedom are inseparable to a large, extent its ,aim,- is 'to bring down all men to a federal spending will ,have increased by 143 per cent, our economic strength that will always be its ultimate defense
: to the extent government takes the one in the'form common level, Many 'of the1 leading proponents of the grad- population will have increased by roughly 18 per cent. Nor against foreign foes.
of taxes, it intrudes on the other. uated, tax frankly admit that their purpose is to redistribute does inflation account for the difference. In the past ten, These figures do not include, interest payments on-tb1'

Here is an indication of bow taxation currently! infringes .the tion's.wealth. Their aim is an egalitarian so- years the value of the .dollar has decreased less than 20 national debt. _.- .

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which Johnson announced was Two of the participating doctors :Democratic convention delegates administration, would! be
the first he had reported since : had treated Johnson after have been invited. too much of an emotional ordeal'1'( GRESHAM DRUG 1028 N. MAING'viUe 1

taking office last November. He 'his 1955 heart attack. They are for her. J 12 W. University Shopping Ctr. '
ip underwent it on Monday, after a :Dr. J. Willis Hurst of Atlanta, The affair is so big, it had to Mrs. Kennedy planned to. fly;
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f __ I Open Pasture Safe Place Recognizes UF

. Gilchrist County l iaintsuiJIeJaig( Cow for Prolific

Milk Production
For Livestock in StormLivestock
FARM ..
CornerBy
.Agent9s I A prolific Brown Swiss cow at
a Florida Agricultural Experiment -
animals that cannotbe could cause fire or electrocu- .not be functioning properly due Stations dairy research r
JIM &
YELVINGTON GARDEN housed in substantial storm tion.After to nervousness caused: by uncle unit received national recognition -

Agricultural Extension Service proof buildings during a hurricane the storm has passed, ment weather. for producing about 6,080 \

should be put out to pasture give light, bulky feeds to animals I The feed should be dry, and quarts of milk' in a ten-month

says Dr. Charles B. Plum- if they have been off feed I if feed troughs have been sub- period.
farmers interested in getting the soil to produce' the desired mer, veterinarian with the Florida for 24 or more hours. A light merged in water they should be The consumes
average person
pine seedlings to in their
plant balance and
alkalinity acidity Forestry Specialists Agricultural Extension feed is recommended since theanimals' ,thoroughly cleaned and disin- about 250 quarts in fluid milk
farm forests are reminded that for the calcium and magnesiumto ...
and Service. digestive system may fected prior to feeding. and milk products a year.
August the
September are become available fur plant!
Cattle, horses, and swine will A total of 13,070 pounds of
months to let the Florida For use. Where needed, lime shouldbe
est Service know of your needs. applied at least two monthsin Attend UF Seminar fare best if they are turned 'milk and 596 pounds of butterfat -
advance of.planting end pre- loose in wide open pasture land Not Foul Weather Fowl flowed from the registered

Farm Forester Harreil Hemingway ferable three to six months where they can be relativelysafe 4H year-old cow, according to

reports that we may ahead of planting. Thirty three forest engineer Analysis, and the development! from harmful windblown Dr..C. J. Wilcox assistant gene-
have some free seedlings for and wood procurement specialists and use of mathematical modelsfor objects. The animals should Chickens Need Protection ticist with the Experiment Stations -

distribution next winter. If you Immediately after harvestingis from the southern pulp ant have access to high grounds in Dairy Science Department.
have a need for pine seedlings, the best time for making paper industry are "hewing out" formulating and solving case of flooding caused by heavy I Chickens are not foul- weatherfowls Moore recommends that poultrymen I This Is nearly twice the amount \

please contact your county samples from corn fields also problems in logging costs and complex problems in planning, storm rains Plummer said. and certain precautions install plastic curtains or of milk produced a )ear by
agent because' less hindrance from operations analyses at a two- operations and control.A Livestock will not require foodor 'should be taken in the event of sides that can be lowered. Such the average cow being milked in

TIME FOR SOIL SAMPLINGFall tall weeds or cover crops. week seminar at the Universityof visiting team of Canadian water if they are weatheringa a hurricane to avert injury or curtains can't stand the brunt of the United States today

is the best time of the In addition, samples can be Florida. consulting forest and industrial storm in a pasture. damage to a poultry flock, saysJ. a severe gust, though. I The cow's name is Yankee
engineers headed by Dr. Louis- Plummer said that farmers S. Moore, poultryman with Hills =:a'ak Judy. "Judy" was
year to make soil samples for tested more quickly at the Uni Also attending are seven faculty Hurricane or not, birds needto
Jean Lussier of Quebec City, and ranchers able to stable their the Florida Agricultural Extension credited with the milk under a
several reasons. versity Soils Laboratory now representatives from five
eat. should fill
I animals in a barn or similar : Poultrymen
Quebec, is teaching the seminar Service. testing program at the unit located -
because this is the "slack southeastern schools.Dr. .
forestry all water tanks and and
First, the results may be obtained \vait Dr. Lussier is a member of the building should make certain Most poultry houses in Florida pipes, at the University of flo-
Farmers who .
soon enough for best use season. John L. Gray, director of faculty at the University of La that doors and gates are well are open pole type of con provide an ample feed supply in rida and won notice from the
minute"
until "the last cannot the
of the farmer. If soil tests reveal the University's School of Forestry secured, and that windows and struction, and can withstand a troughs and in storage bins Brown Swiss Cattle Breeder's
lime is needed the get soils information soon said the object of the Aug val.This storm before the storm. This is neces- Beloit
sooner enough because the soils lab program has been con- openings are protected by considerable amount of wind. because Association of Wise.
this is applied the better for is over-burdened at that time 17.29 seminar is to acquaint experienced -ducted annually for several shutters or other suitable mater However, says Moore, if the sary chickens could be
without feed
or water for long '
fall or spring crops. It takes with samples from others who foresters with modern years at Laval. It is being ial.Unless houses are exposed to winds of periods of time if a storm Press Control?

time for lime or dolomite to have also waited until the "last Jecision-making techniques and sponsored for the first time in it is absolutely neces- hurricane velocity, roofs fro strikes, unless food distributed -
react with other chemicals in minute." their application to forestry problems the United States by the Southeastern I sary, advised Plummer, electri- 'quently will be blown off. Poul- by manual labor.was COLOMBO, Ceylon (APA
in the area of logging, Technical Committee of and ranchers able to stable the trymen should make sure roofs group of Buddhist monks has

So why not sample your fields wood procurement and forest the American Pulpwood Association cal current should be cut off in are securely fastened, for injurytoo Moore suggests that large started a campaign against a

Livestock which need testing early this land management. : in cooperation with the the stable area and adjoiningareas chickens will result if the poultry farm operators keep a government bill which would establish -

fall. It's easier and better. Geta Topics covered include data University of Florida's School. of in case of damage to electrical roof rips away. standby generator ready duringa a press council to control

soil tube to make sampling collection procedures, statistical i Forestry. wiring. Such damage I To block out a blowing rain, storm. newspapers.
MarketWith easier from your county agent's .
office. .

most slaughter types WHY GIRLS' NAMES
steady to strong, a good cattle
, I This is the hurricane season
sale was reported this week at in Florida and many residents

the Gainesville Livestock Mar wonder why the big storms are OPEN SALEPOSITIVELY STORE RE-STOCKED \

ket. named for our sisters, wives
and girl friends. AND ANOTHER BIG CUT IN PRICES
Butcher around
grades were MONDAY AND FRIDAY ENDS
$1 higher at a light hog sale I According to Florida Agricul Store has been completely restocked-warehouse cleaned out
reported by the market this tural Experiment Stations Cli- NITES 'TIL 9 O'CLOCKAll and new items put on sale for the first time. Prices have been

I week. Good feeder pigs were !matologist Keith Butson. girls' MONDAYPromptly further slashed from our already low everyday prices. Don't
strong, selling for up to $23.75.At names are used because they Sales Final All I miss the last 4 days of this much talked about and long remembered -

are short and least subject to Items Subject to Prior Sale at 9 sale; Come expecting the bargains of a lifetime Wepromise
Monday's cattle sale, 1,427 error in speaking and writing. p.m. you won't be disappointed.
head were sold, compared to 1-

414 last week. The Federal-State Butson reports that four; sets mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm B .
Market News Service reported of names in alphabetical order

slaughter steers anod heifers are used for naming hur Sale So !
Last 3 Of This Great
steady to strong; cows strong to I ricanes. Every four years the Days Hurry

50 cents higher; bulls steady; :cycle is repeated and the names

calves steady to 50 cents lower. .re-used unless a major, disastrous t. .1. .1.

All stocker cattle were steady to hurricane occurs. Then DINING ROOMS !LIVING ROOMS TABLES LAMPS
50 cents higher. that name, such as Donna in I I104.005Pc. I I ]I I I

1960, is retired for 10 years.
Cattle prices Monday: wrought iron OA95 269.00 Early American high back 24.95 Modern Plastic Top
The 21 names'which will! identify dinette with round gloss top O sofa with reversible foam rub- 15900 tail Table in walnut Cock1495

Steers and heifers Good, any 1964 hurricanes are; table. . . . ... r ber cushions. One only. . "Mersman." .

one at $24; standard, none; Abby, Brenda, Cleo, Dora, Ethel 392.00--S.Pc. Rattan table 524.00 Outline quilt colonial sofa 39.95 Danish Modern Style Round
utility; $14.50-$18; stockers, $11- Florence, Gladys, Hi\da, Isa- with matching swivel game chairs. 29800Seasonal by Ethan' AlUn". Finest of 47500 1995Cocktail t
construction . . . Tables Three only.
19. bell, Janet, Katy, Lila, Molly,. close-out. One only.. .
Nita, Odette, Paula, Roxie, Stel I 249.00 Wing back "Early
Ameri19800 54.95 Round French Provincial
Cows Utility, $12.5014.75; 298.00Large extension table can" sofa with .
la, Trudy, Vesta and Winny. and set of 6 cane back cushions . . . . Lamp Table with imported 3995
cutters, $10-13; stockers, $8- Swedish modern design. 24900 marble top. .. .

14.75. duced to . . . . 198.00 Reclining lore Mat. Col12995
onial styling. Tweed corer. 98.95 French Provincial Cocktail

Calves Good, $16-19; standard Wins Award 398.00-8-piece Italian provincial only. . . . . . table by "Mersman" extra 5995
: . ..
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One
suits with 3 5900 long only.
dining room large 149.00 Hocking love seats. Early
1417.50; utility, $12.50-15; glass front china . . 9995A..rican
189.40 Set of 3 Italian Provinci.1Livinl
stockers, 189. Print
For ColumnOn styling. cover.
1 1 68.00-.Large 8pc. dining i Room Tables in Fruit- 9895
suite "White". Has 79500be 209.00-6-piece oak riving room wood finish by "Mersman"
Bulls Utility, 145016.75; room by to
to be appreciated. ., group. Includes sofa, chair 1 f\M95 Floor samples. . . .
cutters, 1213.50; stockers, $11- CitrusFred seen platform rocker 2 step tables | / 7
20. :; and .cocktail table) . . 149.00 Round Colonial Cocktail
95 Table hand decorator 7995
painted
Volume ((368 head) was lightat 442.00-3.0.0 Early American %AQOO top Floor sample .
the Tuesday hog sale, but it P. Lawrence, citricul- sectional sofa by "Broyhill"with
turist, Florida Agricultural Ex. "Scotchgard" cover. '. 44.95 Solid Cherry Cobbler Bench
from the previous week.
was up 1995
tension Service has been 249.00 Traditional.styU sofa with Cocktail Table Floor sam59.00 -
Hog prices Tuesday: nam tufted back ind reversible 17900 pl.. . . . . .
ed state winner'of the best
No. l's, $17.76; No. 2's, $16.50; I foam cushions . . . Pine End
column from more than Table with
among augustNORTHCENTRAL
No. 3's, $14; No. 4's $11; No. 259.00 Contemporary sofa by ers. by "Ethan Allen" dr.w4500
200 entries from than 40
5's, $11; No. 1 ro's $14: hy ro's, more "Flexsteel". ""Gu anteoel lifetime 21900 only. . .
feed Florida magazines. I construction." .. . .
No. 1
$13.10; hys, $16.75;
Lawrence's column "Citrus 339.00 French 'provincial sofa
ers, up to $23.75. Close-Up," which appears every I with trapunto back. Floor 22600 I BEDROOM SUITES I

Egg Market month in the- Florida Grower sample. . . . . _
and Rancher, was declared first 729.00 Luxurious loose pillow
JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast winner in the back sofa by "Tomlinson". Th. 5 5 000 166.80 4-Pc. Early American
place eighth an- Bedroom Suite with carefree 13985
.
IN COMFORT! finest of construction.
SHOP
Florida Egg Market pricesto nual magazine contest duringthe very plastic tops Maple finish. .

retailers: recent convention of the FLORIDA'S 495.00 Modern reversible curved sectional f 3 4900 498.50 Solid 4-Piece
sofa with 0 a III Cherry
Extra large 51-54, mostly 53; Florida Magazine Association in AIR CONDITIONED cushions. . . . . Colonial Bedroom Suite by 3 9800 I
large 49-51, mostly 50-51; medium Jacksonville. LARGEST "Ethan Allen." .

38H-43, mostly 41; small 'Lawrence's column deals with I:! FURNITURE STORE BEDDING I 49.95 Maple Bunk Bed One
QUALITY
28-30, mostly 2930. industry happenings and timely -.- I on I,. 3995
at farms 14
Poultry : fryers ; topics pertaining to productionand
t
hens none. production practices FREE PARKING' 79.00 Simmons innerspring ,,!. 39.95 Solid Walnut Twin Sin
tress and matching box .t5995 Headboard with cane panel
Full or twin size eo .. serf Oil walnut finish in1495
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Fast-Fix Bacon 149.00 Famous "Koylon.!' feam On. .
DELIVERYe rubber set. Full size only. Floor 11900 298.00 Modern
FREE 5-Pieca
ample. . . .. Bedroom 26900 ,
I 99.00 Twin size foam rubber set Suite with plastic tops. . .

Will Come in a Can CONVENIENT-I -TERMS! "M.lone'Two only .. 7995by 625.00 Large Bedroom 5-Pc.Suite Italian in Provincial -

UP TO 36 MONTHS! 79.50 Famous Simmons Nationally tiqua white with cherry tops 42500
I advertised mattress. These 4995 Save 200.00 NOW. . .
Canned bacon, sliced and pre- age can be prevented by keeping are factory imperfects. All in
fried, will soon go into commercial the moisture tosalt ratio CHAIRS ROCKERS good condition. Sorry can not 401.00 4-Pe. French Provincial *) %A ft
I I . . .
mention name. Bedroom Suit. in antique whit. X *% %JUU
production as an industry low, and that this can be achieved with +* +* _
219.00 King size foam rubber set gold trim . .
development based on early re- without making the bacon too 14995
search by the U. S. Departmentof salty by partially dehydrating it 114.95 Barrel bock swivel chair 6995 i' by "Malone". Only one sat left.
in an outlin. quilt print cover
Agriculture.This before canning. One only-Floor tempi . 299.95 King size foam rubber. set I MISCELLANEOUS I
new convenience food, Danish packers have been producing with atro thick 6" foam rubber 19900
ready for the table after a min canned sliced bacon by 129.95 Swivel rocker Traditional 8995 matrrcM. One only. .'... 94.00 La... Cedar Chest in select

I ute's heating, is vacuum-packed USDA's process for about styling. One only. .. .. . 390.00 "P turpe4ic" dlux* walnut' veneers with changeable 6995

by a process worked out by the five years, and it has been! 98.95 Barrel bock Italian rubber eet. One only. .. 29500foom panels . .. .
USDA Agricultural Research available here as an import. Until 60.00 FAMOUS SIMMONS cial chair with can provin6995 144.00 Lane Decorator Cedar

Service. now, however, the product, Hollywood back. eo eo. . . . Chest in select walnut' veneers 8995
I MISCELLANEOUSJ I Floor sample. .
The process was based on research has not been produced domes 49.95 Brass high back boudoir
showing that bacon spoil tically. I Bed rocker with blue velvet seat. 2495 129.00 Bahama Lounge with reversible -
-- I Floor sample. . . . 43.00 Large round wrought iron zippered covers plus an
Complete with A Q 95 : cocktail table with mesh top. 1995 extra set of covers One on44.95 7995
ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A Set of 6 Legs ... 19.95 plastic Modern seat and swivel back.chair Wood with 4'capped Seasonal closeout On only. ly. . . . . . ..

arms. . . .. 29.95 Brass stool. Adjustable 1Q95 Vanity Bench In antique

FLORIDA Swimming Pool $249.00 89.95 Tufted back chair with !,c4995 height, swivel ..... Two only. 7 seat white-with Two fabric only covered- Out foam they *I 1 &A&ftfo C

versible foam cushion. 59.95.Br.u. tea cart with frosted //95 > et .
P I ay h ouse cover. Floor sample. On only.
glass trays. On only . F 74.95 Antique White Rural
by Rivers Construction Co.A All alum. 99.95 Traditional chair with 3995French
Baked enamel 19800 tufted back and foam cushion 6995 1C5.95djust.. Aluminum Cit 1 A95' Full Size Bed On. only.
finih. .. ... .. one only. Floor sample>> . with plastic covered pod \\J 9
QUALITY POOL Backed by a While thy last .......... 140.90 Rural French Secretary in

FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY 79.95 chair French in green Provincial velvet armless cover 4995 24.95 Decorative antique white- One only. .. 9995

ALL One only .. .. . .. Pole Lamp, . ........... 14.95 2x3 ft. Cotton Decorator

2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 I LAZBOYRECLINERS 109.00 Early America. wing chair 19.95 Three BK Filigree Floor Scatter twgs Your choice 995
7995
Priced 1095149S While they .
at $3,000 to $3,500
II with reversible foam cushion. Lamps -Choice of colors. .
NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
I AT 156.00 Colonial swivel rocker by 149.00 French Provincial Poudr All Tabla. and Floor Lamps _
REDUCTIONS 9895 Table. M antique whit with 8995
EACH POOL YOU GET HUGE "Max e II Rio y er'. One o.h... add trim. ...*. ......... .. 10% to 50% Off

Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board I

Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner ,:

Leaf Net NOCARRYING >er WHEREQUALITY
CHARGES AND PRICE
CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATIONRIVERS
ON OUR90DAY JOIN FOR THE

f CONSTRUCTION CO. PLAN 1703 N. MAIN ST. VERY BEST VALUES

1909 EAST 5th STREET Where Decorating Service Is Always Compliment nr

DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
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Thursday, August 27, i 1964 Gainesville Sun 9
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7 *' Reservists I Seminole County historian,Louis r
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Get Rating chaplain, Dogan S. Cobb, Leon
____ un County.
BEACH (AP) The!it almost impossible to deter in Florida $000.Assessors ,
Of president of the Florida Tax Assessors mine exact "just value" as the elected these officers
1 UGUS'' suit mm i ii i i Superior Association says that the courts require.He said "you can : president elect, Joe Allen, Sun Want Ads
Dade County assessor should not say a lot of things that it's not, Monroe County; 'vice president,
The
members of Gaines-
,have told the court that he was but you can't say specificallywhat Tewy McPherson, Gadsden
'i ville's 3396th Reception Station -i assessing property at 59 per it is." County; secretary,. Calvin Pop- Get Results
'I (U. S. Army Reserve) .
are cent of just value.If Dade was ordered to double its pell St. Lucie County; treasurer
I back home from summer camp I he had not done so, said tax roll by the courts, a decision Mrs. Mary Earl Walker,
!with their 14th "superior" ratIng Gerald Conrad, Bay County As- which may affect other countiesaD.
'T.ttone in 16 encampments. sessor, "It would have been a

TWIN BED I Commanded by Lt. Col Roby different situation altogether." .. .. .. .. ..
Foam Rubber :D. Yonge of Ocala, the 119 en- Conrad said the state group helda : :::
Single Size Foam listed.'men and 18 officers provided closed meeting Wednesday at SMALL

Rubber Mattress And I their CO with a third:which"mistake.they" discussed Dade's .................-...""...............,.......-. .
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< Box straight "superior" in the three .w. oowuvti.
Springs for I years he has been at the helm "Our attorney outlined the Back... to School\i BLACK ...
for the two weeks of annual active Dade County ruling and explained .
Smartly .
I duty training. what it means," Conrad t. ( :;
2
only
II ,The evaluation came from said. "We decided that when you w IN &UGS ;..;. .:..:';
permanent Army personnelwho assess something at 'just value'it's SINGER ::.:
59.95 I inspected the unit as it more important that it .. ;':' ( .' :"f-::

I set up its own barracks, headquarters should be equal to other prop- i.FABRICS..... ...... ,, i
I and mess area, and erties rather than "just.' : '- ;m 'our grits spicesmeals\
worked Conrad said the assessor finds .1 ,
I alongside regular members -
\ Tobacco
--- cereals
of the post reception sta- ) drugs---

I tion. I r Cupboards are invaded and food Is ruined by small black'
The reservists aided in the II N YPAYMORE bugs cr weevils. If 'left unchecked they will contaminatem
t hIM Y I receiving, processing, aSSign-j unopened foods with their presence end their waste.
[ing and shipping of $ 1 .stored product pests are extremely Difficult to con
I a call to FPC can bring guaranteed results tone
I I!000 recruits during their brief I! i .
I :stint. : FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATES
!: A highlight of the training
I i I LORI DA
\ z1aL was a visit from Maj. Gen.: A c ii
George A. Carver, commander -/ I BEST Phone
of the Fourth Reserve Corps MARY CARTER PAINTS o ONTROL 372-6221

which is headquartered in Bir- 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 376-7588 .
mingham. CASH & CARRY or USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE i ACMtMlCALCO.FOR
..' '..." At the end of his tour of the __
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= 1 3396th facilities and work stations
General Carver summedup I
!, his evaluation to Col.
Yonge with two words: "high
I ly impressed." !
The 3396th is one of only a r ariii
Double Size Foam half-dozen such units throughout -

Rubber Mattress And the army.
The unit members hail from
Box Springs. $99.95 Immediate Delivery BACKTOSCHOOL y
all over Florida and some other -
states, and most of them
i are connected in some way i'v \ CLOTHESWASHABLE
with the University of Florida,
either as students, staff members -
or faculty. i I n W
The two week payroll USE .LAY-AWAY :.
r.
818 W.UNIVETY AVE. 1"d'Lp FR'2-0441 amounted to approximately$25- -

000,' most of which was brought ; F b4\-\ WOOL & NYLON OR WILSON'SJUMPERS ;
I back to be spent in Gaines I
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ville. ___i n.
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IT'SHCGREGOR'DRZZLER 3 styles to choose from -

,>t ,,, A-Line button front,
C: Y k
sling-shot orlowwaisted
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x o i GIRLS PLAID
f box pleat style. .
FOR t DRESSES BY
___ Red navy royal. t

i BACK-TO- Sizes 7-H. 'L4"

'? ; 4 STYLES TO
t
SCHOOL FOR ORIG 5.99 K SELECT FROM.
BOYS r' 4 < :
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S 3-6x, REG. 599,
---: SALE .4.9 9 F Y SALE 4.99

v RIGHT: THE .".
D ; p"
OUR OWN .7-M, REG. 799, _
LONG, LEANTAPERED "NANCY-. NOBLE"PLEATED -_ { 4
I SALE 5.99
"
SKIRTS(36X f Y.

LOOK IN
( box pleats & suspenders) P GIRL'S
CONE MILLS
((7-14 stitched pleat skirt)
,11 '/ -OZ. COTTON ..- DACRON &

l. TWILL 3.6x, RED OR ROYAL . .. 3.99 :'. COTTON


8-12, 8.98 SLACKS-IVY BELT LOOPS, 7-14, RED, ROYAL OR CAMEL. .. 5.99 : SLIPS

14-20, 9.98 H BY
i WESTERN POCKETS, SLIM,
3x6x MATCHED CARDIGANS .. HER MAJESTY.
3.99
GOLFER TAPERED CUT.
''i. Adjustable straps. .. ;.
Ho bind,no bnlfciiobaljyin&Jn lights sradomo3 6mr SIZES 6 TO i 18SPECIAL 7-14 MATCHED PULL-ONS 4.00. 3-6X 714.SPECIAL.
ficd toflorins to take all the punishment yew can BCTC;And,as an 4.
added featnreii cnffc thai fold down to give seasons of added weae. a An' ;
Honors McGregor Drizzler cloth is guaranteed water-repellent 2.99 Ii
fCCt ofuDlpa. gaeb washable,mists ataiDs md paU.1 7-14 MATCHED CARDIGANS 4.99 ;
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New Boys' ShopsStreet Floor, Center I II Girls7 I Sh Op-Street Floor 1.59, 2/3.00


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SCHOOL TIME IS SHOE TIME v i 6

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3 DAYS ONLY 'd ra,3 P t

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OUR OWN Shoe Time Is Time For Nationally Famous

I '. "BUCK NOBLE"


BRIEFS & TSHIRTSBACKTOSCHOOL .. .

SALE! A5USTER BROWN-

'AMERICA'S FAVORITE CHI'LDREN!S SHOES j




Boys and girls love Buster Brown shoes Moms and :

Dads do too because they wear and wear. Come 'see s. :.'.

g\f\\ \ our world of styles. There are velvets or smooth leatherin

straps, loafers or ties for the little girls. Smart

leathers in loafers and ties for the boys. A to E widths

6.99 to 8.99 ace. to size.

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EXCLUSIVELY .i, 4J.

... s.. 1 OURS IN GAINESVILLE ." '.1 .no 4 I ,
{ LITTLE BOYS ((2 TO 8)) :, I_

I T-SHIRTS, REG. 59c, ,_ :
SALE ..... ; ""- i...;
2/1.00
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BOYS ((8-16)) .,, ,. ,
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T-SHIRTS, REG. 59c,

.' :SALE 2/1.60 .
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BRIEFS,'REG.49c. ,. : SALE' ': 3/1.00.: i ;.r.... :: .: '1", '.' ;- :" 'i Children's Shoes,. Strett Row WrEEP .ff _


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1964 -
.10 Gainesville Sun Thursday August 27. -" .,

Hunt ,Invaders ___ i
Florida Woman Thrilled i

KUALA LUMPUR, MalaysiaAP
) Authorities slapped a :
Bv Role at Convention 24-hour curfew on a 200squaremile -:
CONTINUOUS' FILAMENT
1 -.I I region of Malaysia's main- I

, ATLANTIC CITY (AP) the assignment. She said she land today in an effort to trap :
AI Indonesian leaders who :
Florida brunette, may
pretty was called to the White House
I, have escaped the cordon drawn
of Marathon,
Joan Damsey was
headquarters and asked to make I'
thrilled with her role in the around their landing zone.
,. Johnson.I I the motion. The new curfew area is along I
nomination of Lnydon :
; the southwest coast of Johore N Y LON"t
i Born in New York State, Mrs. I 1
She was called on to offer a State, north of Pontian where ,. I
r Damsey has lived in Florida the
.
motion Wednesday night that 100 armed raiders reportedly ;
I nine She said she
the rules of the convention be past years. slipped ashore Aug. 17. ;
was born into politics. Her father -
,
: and Johnson be
suspended (AdvertlsementlOVERWEIGHT
Fred Landy, was for 30
nominated by acclamation. years party chairman in James- FAT.
I
I "It was the most thrilling exPerience -town, N.Y. : CARPETING
t! of my life" said Mrs.
Mrs. Damsey got into political
Damsey, mother of four and di- -
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work in 1959, organizing women's Aroiloble to you without a doctor's
rector of a medical clinic. Her
prescription our drug called ,
Then two '
husband, Lloyd Damsey, is a campaigns. years ODRINEX. You must lose ugly
doctor."I ago she was elected national fat or your money back. No $ '
committeewoman.She strenuous exercise laxatives mas- H
99
4.
wasn't a bit nervous until I sage or taking of so-called reducing ,
sat down and then I was ex- was on the platform com- candies crackers or cookies -
tremely nervous," she said. mittee which hammered out a or chewing gum. ODRINEX i .
tablet and swal
easily
is
Mrs. Damsey said she did not compromise on the civil rights lowed.a tiny When you take ODRINEX. S4. Yd.
know why she was asked to take plank acceptable to the south. you still enjoy your meals still )
eat the foods you like, but you ,
don't have the for .
simply urge
extra portions because ODRINEX Choose From 50 Rolls' ,
Earmarks Scholarships depresses your appetite and de- .
I creases your desire for food. Your -
weight must come down becauseas All Styles '
For 'Florida your own doctor will tell you.I \1w
Cowgirl9An when you eat less you weigh less. (
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Get rid of excess fat and live All Colors 1\ .
longer. ODRINEX costs $3.00 ,..., ,
Ormond Beach man says licity to the Ninth Annual Quar-
and is sold on this GUARANTEE; ..
he will give a total of $750 in terhorse Contest which will be If not satisfied for any reason just] 's : I .
college scholarships to the staged in Gainesville Sept. 5-6. return the package to your druggist -I -- ,. Nr 1 '
end full bock.i }
winners of the "Florida Cow- get your money '
The winning "Cowgirl" will No asked. ..
girl" contest to be held here questions ODRINEX is !
sold with .
this
guarantee by: \ ; '
Sept. 4-6, the Alachua County reign over the Quarterha r s e '. J-
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Vidal Drug Start 102 E. University I : g : \ (
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Contest. ; f
Sheriff's Office said yesterday Mail Orders Filled J.
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Sheriff Ed MfccCIellan 1 .
Deputy i ... I"'rf.j 1J ) h
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said a man named Mercer Lee .. -- TJ :'
Price had volunteered and firm- We're 1lt'', : r.. : 'r j-' ; J II"'" ,, A Ll. .. .t t"v..:1:;; 'j ,
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Already
ed up the offer by telephone -' I r ... : -rA'

calls. N k: ,
MacClellan said Price is a ReadyFor Tt ,
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wealthy financier who has form- s l 0. .. 'go ..: j
ed foundation make such f .
a to
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gifts.some Reportedly$170,000, Price in has scholarships given -- t ::t / ,t l t1tl: a 1' .

to in : KMor r'lrrl ,.'! 1. .
girls major beauty BACKTOSCHOOL- i P f' '
r contests around the nation.

One the Gainesville Cowgirl Contest girl enteredIn Sally fJ".f J 4
Hall of 634 Blvd., said she has .1. : .. ; : '" rtt
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such a scholarship from Price \ r I'- 11III .< : < 4 7 ;.1 tI
ARE
YOU? 2 t; Yx : .
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as a result of being a contest- v r'/ J III :f'tJ .4
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ant in another beauty contest. t ;'' .... .41\.' if "':S.... .LLn.. !. "i e IfJ '- JI 1 .1"... : t. f I"
Price's $750 will be sf.lit up, t COMEIN \\J\ i
$450 to go to the winr.er and i i r
$100 each to each of the three' ) I .1 r.", ;:! : : ". ... -"- ", 'f ..A4
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I, runners up, MacClellan said. AND BROWSE JI( ,"'( #':a t I J "1 ,.... J ,." : ( I
MacClellan had no immediate W.ri: J
f : ,1 I : : < answer to how the scholarship] ftj S l' : ; :
would be used if the bL \ ; "! ...... ":\.. 'l .. AJ. ., -.J" .
money contest == 'LJ ,;\""j\ g.' 1I"T, r' i'" b' ,,' .1 .._J! t.'J .
I were won by a girl who obviously SilwNwm1f ik %: :: -.f : fM f 1} t rl C :!. ::
j\-I
t could not it. The If lilr! .. 'E-'t .. ;
use ,. :# .. __.1 .,.-, :: .v.t"' Jr.f. ,
contest was open to any inter-I r. '# 1 : ,: ,,'} !""
ested girls who could manage to I'' y r.t..' /:/. r 4 .
sit on a horse, and at least -J iJJ (
one married woman is an en I 11 I I -r.JJt.l'f'1: .. t !

trant. Deadline for entries was' t ...... .. ,! a t \
: : r'I"lrfjp'n..n. '
last Friday. I II '" .zr. i lK- t", !: i t ( ] s. Jr
The beauty contest is being I ; J ItKlf ,
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'I Thursday, August 27, 1964 Gainesville Sun 11



Separate Protestant Churches Seek Understanding



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This is the conclusion of a tives of other Churches in pri- gerate the possibilities of these pathway to Christian unity? Christian unity, at Lausanne in among Protestants.

to part article on "What vate conversations. The Catho developments for ultimate Ro- 1927, this principle was unani- (NEXT: "What is a Quaker -
is a Protestant," one in theSun's lic Church manifested a greatly man Catholic Protestant union It is not through the acceptance -I mously set forth in words which ," Part I)

continuing series, ;Li WHAT OURRELIGIONS quickened and much more sym- but they do indicate a new by all other churches of have been reaffirmed repeatedly (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines -

"What Our Religions Are." ; pathetic interest in the Ecu- and promising era of Catholic- of them. Rather, it is through since: and Broadcasting, Inc.)
each church recognizing that its
menical Movement. Protestant rapprochement.
By HENRY P. VON DUSEN I understanding of Christian truth, "We therefore recognize that J
Catholic scholars have
published I while important, is partial and these several elements must all Not Involved '

Why are there so many dif several excellent studies of What are the possibilities! of needs to be completed by join- .have an appropriate place in

ferent Protestant churches? \ ARE the World Council of Churches. ultimate Roman CatholicProtestant ing with those of other Chris- the order of life of a reunited WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP-A

For three reasons: Perhaps most significant, the union? tians to constitute a larger Church, and that each separate thief broke the side windowof

((1)) Protestantism Vatican appointed five official"Observers" whole. | Communion, recalling the abun- a station wagon and stole $6,-
sprang up to attend the None whatever, so long as the
dant blessing vouchsafed to its 000 worth of clothing in broad
at the Reformation, not as a World Council Assembly at New Vatican holds to its claim of This "principle of compre- ministry in the past, should daylight while three persons
single movement, but as a num-
What is the "EcumenicalMovement" Delhi, and Protestant and Orthodox exclusive and absolute authority hension" is accepted by the of- life watched
ber of to attendance of any Catholic. gladly bring to the common police reported.
independent attempts .
Observers the and insists that other
? are attending ficial spokesmen of almost all of the united Church its own
Then with the accession of
,
reform the Church of that day. "Ecumenical Council" which Christian churches acknowledgethat None of them reported the

There were then, and are today "Ecumenical" means ""em- Pope, John XXIII, a reversalof Pope John XXIII summoned to claim. non Roman Christian bodies.At spiritual treasures. theft and officers quoted one of

four main types of Protestantism bracing The Emumenical the whole,, world.Movement policy took place. The Pope begin in the autumn of 1962. one of the earliest great I This statement is the accepted them as saying later that he did

: first, Lutheran; second welcomed various representa It would be unwise to exag What is the most promising modern church conferences on signpost to Christian ,unity not want to e4 involved.
Calvinist or "Reformed"; includes every aspect of the ef-
fort for larger Christian fellow-
.
third'Anglican 'or Episcopalian -
; and a fourth type, variously ship and cooperation throughout -
the world. It has a double I
called "independent" or
"radical" or "free church"Protestantism. objective: ((1)). to extend Chris-I

tianity to all the peoples of the

,AU branches' of this f o u r t htyperstress earth, and ((2)) to unite the

each'person's direct many Christian and Churches action.in fellowship Fashion is look.
cooperative
approach intimate to I God fellowship, the church of be-asan Christian missions and Chris- a

tian unity the two in-
are closely
lievers, the responsibility of the
terrelated of Ecumenical .
laity, and the church's independence phases

of: the- state. Among the Christianity.. .
Communions this type are Not a
What is the World Councilof price.
the Baptists,>Congregationalists, Churches? .
Disciples of Christ, Evangelicals -
It is "a fellowship of churches
Friends, Methodists, andmany
other groups. This type which confess the Lord Jesus '1\ '
Christ God and Savior ___ 1f1i
the as according i .
of Protestantism has become
to the and Gordons have
predominant form in the United Scriptures Rings
therefore seek to fulfill together
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States .and is rapidly becoming. # 111T7 .
world. their common calling to the glo ,Vrr
so throughout the =
;(2)). The large number of dif- ry of the one God, Father, Son, !If .


ferent' the Protestant United States Communionsin' is the re- and Projected Holy Spirit.in 1938" it maintained t Fashion aud senSible !

sult of the fact that immigrantsfrom a difficult yet vigorous exist- a prtce

: many European countries ence as a body all "in through process the ofCormation" T1

their own traditions
brought
strains of World War II. The I
with them and reproduced here ,6 -
World Council of Churches in- ; _
the churches of their home -

lands. A good illustration was creased its membership year t av77 1 '
by year, holding its member-
American
within
the division
churches on both sides of every :
Lutheranism into German, Slo- i _
vak, Norwegian, Danish, Swed- battlefront cation.It in constant communi- I? t1r w', '

ish and Finnish Lutheran a fi
was formally instituted at
churches.
Amsterdam in 1948, held its Sec-
((3)) In almost every instance,
ond Assembly in Evanston,
the birth of a new Protestant
Illinois, in 1954, and its Third
Communion was due to a discovery -
Assembly in New Delhi, India, }
of
or rediscovery some
in 1961.
genuine and valuable Christian
The World Council is not an
insight or experience which had
Protestant
exclusively organization. -
been neglected or lost.
Its membership is drawn
The major branches of Protestantism
from Eastern Orthodoxy as wellas B. Cs
therefore, represent
Protestantism.At .
not so much opposed or competing -
present, it includes 198
interpretations of Chris
member churches (denomina-
tianity, as complementary emphases tions) in over 50 countries on
different Christian
upon continent. These include
every
truths. The number of Protes-
almost all the major Protestant 1fi'
tant denominations, is less an
Communions (exceptions:
evidence of the pettiness of Protestants
Southern Baptists and Missouri
than it is a testimonyto
Synod Lutherans in the United
the and manifoldness -
greatness States, three Dutch Reformed
of God's disclosure of Himself
Churches in ,South Africa, the

to men.. e Churches in China) and an in- L

creasing number of representatives -
r / a d iC
Why don't Protestants beginto of Eastern Orthodoxy. In

get together? total[ memberships, the World

They have and are doing so Council accounts for about one-

more and more every day. third of all the Christians in

Barker of Cam the world. :._.
Sir Ernest r A. 3-diaraond turn design with Werbcking: 184arat gold wedding liaf..... Easy Terms.. $175
University wrote several
bridge has -- B. 1-diamond rswM." htorfocUflg I nomflnss of 18-karat goH............... $9 a month.. $100
"Our century '
years ago, Are Roman Catholics and '
its sad features. But there is 1 t "Fashion Peak! diamond etaIIod.18b'1t gold 1ROIIfttiII&S.Budget Terms.. $200
Protestants drawing closer together
whichis ..... .............
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not sad. That is the gathering Seven years ago, the answerto 1. _p : !L "Magnet des&ft.mll diamonds fa 18-karat gold noonfings.......Open an Account.. $350

tide of Christian union. this question was "No." Today I ..t .F. 8-Aaraond "Queen design JlltllI. fatertodung 18-tarat. gold mountings.$ ... Budget. Terms.. $400
That "tide" began to flow a ,
the answer is emphatically .t.
It
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In the past few years, an
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moment than at any previous and Orthodox. This has

time in Christian history. been welcomed and
warmly reciprocated -
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What progress is being tants. .
made in church union? 3
The example ot the leader r4Q Jp CA'rlt
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American
In thousands of
ship has encouraged a very
communities, competing local considerable multiplication of cs\

congregations have been united. friendly contacts and conversations -

Where formerly two or five at lower levels. Indeed,

I separate Protestant churches I one -of the most striking and
struggled to maintain a precarious heartening features of Christen-

existence, today there is I dom today is the growth of

a single vigorous Church of what is often called a "Catholic-

Christ. Protestant Dialogue." y o

More significant, and much This does not imply any fun- = bys

more difficult, have been the damental change in the official
unions of great national church claims of the Roman' Catholic A r.mousa.ssic" Rio in newest 18-karat gold mountings'..... Budget Terms.. $280 \ ,

bodies-that is, entire denomina- Church, with respect to other B. 9-diamond'!ride-n-0000 trio fa 14-karat gold mountings.....,. J9 a month.. $100 _

tions. In the past century, overa Christian Churches, but it does f C ISnfiamoml Matched fcridal Wo .144arat gold 1DOUIIie&S..... udget Terms.. $145 L : "t' \ *
unions" ,,- I 4. ______
hundred P' "church reflect a radical alteration in DL Diamond Wo ensemble la rick 13-but gold mowrtingj........ Easy Terms.. $375 1\ _
J have taken place between dif- the personal relations of spokesmen 0 E F.
various E 13-ditmond trio ie I popailr_lone tknatint fiGWL.l8br 1QId.Budget{ Terms.. $450 ,
ferent denominations in and laymen of, the major

areas of the world. branches 'of Christendom. _
have reunited branchesof OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT .
Some such as A. S-amond Iruede-top soitaire b cU>i4 momfing el 141art gold........ S$ MontA.. $99
a single Communion, What is the attitude of the
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the unification of the three ma- Roman Catholic Church to- 8.'Mirad.top soIiUItItIltft S diamonds fa 14-kant 1014. Budget $ .

jor branches 'of American Meth- ward movements for Chris 1 I 1 C. "Fosebud design ling with 3 diamonds h 14-kant gold................... $5 a Month.. $59

odism to form The Methodist tian unity." \ e D.15-diamonds b lovely dinner ring of 14-karat gold...................... $5 a Month.. $59

Church. In the early years of the \? A ; L 2-diamond eolbred pearl ring for Jier fa l&karat folif.( ................. $1. Week.. $27.95

Many have united chur 'ies fami of Christian unity development, the \ \ ,, : 4, F. l-diamood ring for bus ;fa a massive mounting of 14-karat 10''........Budget Terms.. $1191 '
different denominational Vatican maintained benevolent T' ,

lies. In 1925, the Presbyterian, interest. The Pope was I i1iiisiJ '

,Methodist, and Congregational invited to participate. In explaining A B Send MaiUOrde to: GORDON .JEWELRY CORP. (maiLorder Division),
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church unions have occurred in conferences, numbers of Roman

the Orient. In South India, the Catholics were welcomed as ob- F

Anglican Congregational 1. 'servers; local Catholic bishops GORDON"S'QUALITY

Methodist, and, Presbyterian 'entertained the delegates and

Reformed groups united in 1947< 'authorized prayers for the outcome -

to constitute the Church of of the conferences. C D E -

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than a score of previously sep strength, the attitude of the Vat- : '
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arate bodies, and now includes ican appeared to cool and stiff wedding rings superb geld- $4 a Uonth. a

about 50 percent of all Chris en. At the First Assembly of 4 C. l-dtaoad toot fa few*matched designs ef Harat | U.... $1 a Wet*.. $59.00 e

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TODAY, August 27 Miss Margaret McClamr o c h THE ,.__,.410.00 VALUE 11x14
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Margaret McClamroch and Mehta, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 1 BUST
her fiance, Dr., Surinder Meh- Harp, uncle and aunt of the
ta, both of Philadelphia, Miss bride, 314 NE Fifth Avenue. Ruth Weimer-Women' Editor I VIGNETTE
Elise Jones at her summer
Rehearsal dinner honoring
home, Lake Santa Fe.
Bridal Luncheon
Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis PORTRAITFOR
Miscellaneous shower complimenting rY
and their son, Dr. Arthur C. ti ra\okrr .a9 yw
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Miss Betty Ann Aikin Jr., both of Washington, I
Sisler fiancee of Thomas Duncan
D. C., 6 pjn., Dr. and Mrs.
Rider of Minneapolis, 8 Arthur C. Aikin of Gettysburg, Miss Edwards ONLY
Mrs. Ernest Cox and her Fetes
pjn. Pa., Holiday Inn. ;, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY!
daughter, Miss Mary Mar
garet Cox, 2159 NW Ninth SATURDAY, August 29 Complimenting Miss Martha Corsages of sweetheart roses!
Avenue. Jane Edwards of Irvine bride- were presented to the honoree I $100Limit FINAL MARKDOWNS!
FRIDAY, August 28 Wedding of Miss Margaret elect of Doug Davis of Valdosta, and her mother by the hostess,
Bridesmaids luncheon fet McClamroch of Philadelphia, Ga., Mrs. J. M. Butler entertained who also presented Miss Edwards
ing Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis Pa., daughter James M.of Dr.McClam and with a luncheon at her a Chinese bowl. :A 2 Family ChildrenTo ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK!
bride elect of Dr Arthur Mrs. home Tuesday afternoon.
Aikin Jr. both of roch, and Dr. Surinder K. AGES:
C. Green hydrangea and foliagewas byBarberree
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Washington, D. C., by thebride's Mehta of Philadelphia, son of used in decoration of the CalendarOf StudioSatisfaction Additional Children NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
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FRANCES LEWINE pauses before she leaves to School, where she was graduated Tall Texan Lyndon Johnson friend. Lyndon proposed the latives and with some of the ly just before the Democratic

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) write a note and send the at 15, and on to St. Mary's came into Lady Bird's life before next day and they were married money she decided in 1942 to invest convention it revealed that

Another campaign is nothingnew flowers she can't use on to a School for Girls in Dallas. she could start the careers two months later, Nov. in a small, debt-ridden radio through a 10-year period, from

for Lady Bird Johnson.She's local hospital' or someone Lady Bird majored in historyat she contemplated as a qualified 17, 1934, at old St. Mark's station, KTBC in Austin. In 1954 to 1964, she was paid more

thrived on them for 27 needy. the University of Texas in grade teacher also trained in Episcopal church in San An- the years since, she has built it for her services to Texas Broad

years.In Austin where she earned a bachelor shorthand, typing and business tonio,'TeL She was 21 and he into a multimillion dollar enter i casting Corp., than her husband
the nine months she'sserved When she signs autographs in of arts degree in 1933 and courses that would have come i %6. prise. received in the same period as

as the nation's 32nd First crowds, recipients often are sur- ,went on for a degree in journalism in handy in secretary work. 1 Mrs. Johnson inherited money When the President released a senator, vice president and

Lady Mrs. Johnson traveled' prised to see what she's written. ., the following year. They were introduced by a ] and lands from her Alabama re-financial statement for his fami- President. She got $570,856.
t about 35,000 miles across AmerIca -: It's "LBJ" but those are her

helping-to promote the administration initials. as well as the Presi- -

of her husband, dent's. LOOK YOUNG. a}, .. B k S h I F II
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President Johnson. Actually Mrs. Johnson was YOUNG .SHOP BELK'S } J ac 0- C 00.- College arztlJ

{ She barely paused from official named Claudia Alta Taylor :: :, "y .

and political travel to get to when she was born Dec. 12, vl ". :
the convention. 1912, in the East Texas town of .. ;;.- ( v '

Some idea of the pace she Karnack, where, her father, .. : : 'j :Y' '

maintains was shown in Mrs. Thomas,,Jefferson Taylor, operated .. \
Johnson's recent four day a general. store and owned ':'
Western tour in which she Lady Bird Johnson cotton lands! .

kept up an 18-hour-a-day But, nobody ever calls her I ? i I I
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She's still in the size 10 she's : ,
schedule. Claudia. "It's "Lady Bird, the! < ",
been for years, weighs about 114 name a nursemaid settled on -; -? '* () : '.fr: THE STORE WITH MORE

At 51 brown- pounds, and.keeps that by %r s. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTEr
black-haired way her at the age of two, declaring :

eyed Mrs. Johnson continues to dieting when needed, often on "Why she's as purty as a lady; qty"yft<-<_ -?/ Ii'" l'-0:;jji. ".. Y"':"" '.t.... 302 NORTH MAIN STREET4rz ,._... .:.a..,. <'

have unusual energy and en- prunes and hardboiled eggs. bird." l# --5 P...<. .411- .;:t h : :'" '', ,.,....
thusiasm for the tasks of greet- Mostly Mrs. Johnson prefers Mrs. Johnson tried hard to 1:1 } "it }, QJ .

ing constituents and "people- not to wear hats, but she con lose the nickname, but it J. :

seeing," as she calls her trips. forms at all major functions. stuck and she has accepted \

And she has a dogged devotionto Only last week, she took a it, too. s i YOUNG SHIRTDRESS
duty. "stolen moment," with 20yearold She carries into her everyday; .

One reason for her trips, daughter, Lynda, and the speech the poetic and colorful
Mrs. Johnson explains is that two: strolled to the nearby Tidal phrases that her close asso- i ; !>!?L '

"statistics only come alive Basin south of the White House ciates say comes from a lonely SUCCESSESSoftTouch
when you see the people be- and went out in a paddle boat to childhood spent reading her ft:2))
hind them." relax alone. mother's library filled with '

classics. Blouses 1T

As a political wife, she proba- I Because she was born In J \ in magnificent i Autumn prints

bly holds the title "best-quali Texas like her husband, Her mother Minnie Pattillo Luxurious hand-washable Arnel

fied" from experience alone. I Mrs. Johnson is constantly'Taylor, from a wealthy Alabama -I triacetate crepe ;
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She got a $10,000 advance on I greeted with the strains of ] family died when Lady 1 '. .U j .. .. ,
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her inheritance from her fatherto : "The Yellow Rose of Texas" Bird was 5 years old and she J .-m 'I.rM \

back Johnson's first congressional -: and bouquets of yellow roses 'was brought up*by a maiden 3.99 1jif1 699

campaign in 1937 and are presented to her at almost ,aunt, Effie Pattillo, who saw ?. tl \
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:, she's been busy backing him i every stop. She usually. ,her J through Marshall High- .LBII k :0 ,
ever since. Pure flattery creamy-soft fluid( i crepe. f d-
Dramatic sleeves. necklines ,.
Catapulted into the White long Pretty : .
perky ruffle, soft bow or ascot tie. ', ), Sizes 8-18
House upon the assassination 01 ;MRH
White. pink, blue. 32 to 38. t-
President John F. Kennedy she >>;;j They look so much more than
took on the role of First Lady undre d soothers In the their moderate price!
very
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i'i'with the smoothness and ease oj; Styles new styles and colors. . . -' They're your favorite shirt-

1 long training in Washington 11. dresses, full cut, finely detailed -
ways.It. for and in fabulously beautiful
is that ) See the rich Autumn
generally agreed Men and ':' prints.
not since Eleanor Roosevelt, Boys \\gj "II :v colors on neutral grounds!
has a First Lady taken so -': \ Easy-care fabrics that launder
much or involved herself so r4.\,'.' ;; Iii 'n a jiffy.! Each has a har-

keenely in the husband's pro- !!!$\ ):f "" tt.i i;: }g ionizing stretch hemp belt.
jects. Specialist in Men't and Bov'i Wf'm'lor Florida : '
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fecting a smooth delivery oj: (;f t .0. r
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changed Mrs. Johnson. She still Continental Style with I /? >

goes out to the hairdresser in- Tab-Waist Adjustment 3.99 ..... { rJ.J.. .
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with a topping of. minced Central Ck rg. or American Express Chcree Leyewey up with the slimness I of your tapered pants, sizes 10 to 18/ 38 to 44.

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dent Johnson's decision to foresee vision the Great Travail or the'cy so normal It will be intolerable -'ward, the Great Society will be

.' THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker F r-' the Great Society is not Decade of Agony. a side of beef in every a disaster.

,. very assuring. Everybody could The Great Society is a temptation freezer and two parking lots for 1 And besides that, it sounds

.. lay.most look forward optimistically if, to fate. It contains the every high school. If it follows I like the name of a ballroom
.. instead, he had chosen to en- vision of the good life, normal tradition and comes out back dance.

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Sfrw $nrk dtmru the New Frontier and into the is''as though Brigham Young, Americans' were how to I @

but of after weekend's march had all the leisure time, :
Great Society, none a use new
ATLANTIC CITY And now them bother to identify the decided that Utah was too far how to keep the waistline slimmed 1Y1DU
we are about to embark for great divide. from Illinois and announced at and.whether to vacation in [1 \

the Great Society. Ptliticians! Dubuque, Iowa, that "this is the Europe or See America First.
have been describing it all week.It The New Frontier, as those place." Typical hardships confronting f
where all men will with short memories may recall -
is a place Just prior to crossing the the American community were ')
love their neighbors, where traf- was supposed to be a harsh financing high school parkinglots AMERICA'S FINEST JEANS Since 1850
and New Frontier, of course, we had I
terrain full of challenge
unknown, where
will be
fic jams hardship, where life would not battled in the Great Crusade under for the children's new au- t jj( On tin tict pockt.hat for/4,ft tit Jib
snarl at ten-cent
won't
waiters a
General Eisenhower for tomobiles and supplying enough
tip and the hens will lay soft- be easy and sacrifice would be eight years. This followed 20 electric power to keep 'every ,/il'naivlltitcllUesiglt.. e
demanded of traveler.
boiled eggs.It every home operating a freezer, air-
Whether it could be negotiatedin years of Deals (New and Fair),
is an arresting vision, the in a'and the hardship'was good for conditioners, automatic: laun- I .
a generation, or even .
Great Society, but the questionthat lifetime, was uncertain,but.the the spirit after so much good dries, two television sets and an I
none of its phophets has treatment (two wars, a depres- electronic garage door opener. -
common duty was to begin.
answered this week is: When sion and a roaring inflation). .

did we cross the New Fiontier? Yet now, less than four years After the Great Crusade and The Great Crusade was an- .
There is no doubt that the New later, the New Frontier is pass the New Frontier, the countryis other vision that got away. It I II It
Frontier now lies behind. Fiveor ed, the desert is behind, and' entitled to a breathing spellin promised a harsh, if noble, pursuit
six orators have declared the emerald of the Great
valley the Great Society, but
anyone of high principle, but one of
that we have been led "across,Society lies on the horizon. It who has studied the history of its typical citizens was the professional

I these campaign themes must character assassin. t
have his doubts about the pos-
sibility of settling there. Both New and Fair Deals off
The awkward fact is that the ered a vision of the good life.
vision embodied in these campaign The first, after seven years of
leaves breathless!
Jt you themes almost invariablyturns depression, ended in World

out backward. The easy War II. The second, after two
d of inflation, ended in the
life of the New Frontier was atypical years
example. Instead of Korean War.

sacrifice, hardship and challenge To go further back, there was

the New Frontier produced the Hoover vision of a chickenin :: WO FINER FIT Till you've seen yourself in trim-legged low-waisted LEVI'S '
the most sustained economic every pot, which ended with I
boom of the century.Its 15 million unemployed. Before 1
g.N ./ greatest challenges for that came the vision of a nation -
:-i. kept Cool with Ccolidge, Jeans, you just don't know .what real fit can be! Insist on LEVI'S-the. original blue jeans-cut frnm
& t which ended in Al Ca 'one. :
: { Bandit Had It
And in 1920 there was the

/ .:." .... .t......,. .y ineffable vision of an American
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;" ." : t proved to be Teapot Dome, 1
BOSTON (AP-Teller Robert a revolution against the horse
;; Mathias of the SuffolkFranklinBank and a society that learned to

in Park Square was hand- sit home and listen to furni- ..
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"You will act quite natural _In_view of the history, Presi! /
and follow the instructions ex .
plicitly. Your failure to do so or i
to give an alarm will force me
to shoot you or anyone who interferes
regardless of my per-
sonal safety. Now quickly put 7000
all the bills in the envelope. If .
: you are not"still I will open fire
on anyone.
Mathias dropped to the floor
and shouted, "Robbery I Robbery -



Smirnoff-filtered through a""mountain"charcoal Not The!"bandit a Joke fled. ROOMS & APARTMENTS



Smirnoff is crystal clear,uniquely smooth,remarkably,
HAMILTON, Ont. (AP) The
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found herself staring at a pistol. 1

The robber demanded all of her 7,000 rooms and apartments will be needed within the next 10
Aluxiys ask far and bills.
$5 $50 days by University of Florida students. The Sun want ad officeis
y mmm mm mm.m*m m She gave him about $5,000 and
VODKA he made his getaway.The being flooded with requests for information on rental property,

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News of Special Interest to the Colored CommunityBRONSON I purchase new robes. It is also .gram. Bro. Levi Griffin, president
,
a contest between the Galilee Mrs. Catherine Williams,
Baptist Church of Hawthorne, program chairman and report"

NEWS Off for'Tomorrow" and .'I! You la and one week at Mt. Dora. August 28. At ,this time homeroom J. Hillis Miller Medical Center,! convene at the Mt. Olive Church.I and Springhill. This is a musi- ter, Rev. T. D. Davis pastor.
Seventh Division Union Got It Show Some Sign." Place, !cal program presenting an reporter.
J assignments willbe August 22 at 5:41 a. m. His The services will continue arrayof
The Seventh Division of the :St. Peter Baptist Church, Archer. DUVAL SCr o.- nEWS J r made and daily schedules will name, Lyndon Baine Kinsey. through Sunday. Rev. H: Kinsey, the best talent in this sec
Ministers and ,Deacons Union, I Time, Sept. 20 at 2 pjn. Duval Elementary School began I I be given. Persons having deficiencies Mother and baby are doing pastor, Mrs. Barbara Watson, tion. 1. City-wide Gospel Chorus. CONFINED IN HOSPITALMrs.
Auxiliary of the Jersalem Mis- :Mrs. Allie 2. Willing Workers Chorus of
E. Michael, reporter. its pre planning session j or irregularities should well. Mrs. Barbara Watson, reporter.
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sionary Baptist Associat i ion, last week with the principal J report to the registrar. reporter. Hawthorne. 3. Heavenly Gospel Julia Worthy is a patient
Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator. It I CAMPVILLE NEWS L. M. Jackson, presiding Mon- Singers. 4. Waltoneers Singers in Alachua General Hos-
will convene with the Mt. Mori- WHO'S KING OR QUEEN? of 5. Damascus pital. She is a member of Shady
Eighth DivisionThe day morning. Schedule of weekly SON IS BORN PRIMITIVE BAPTIST UNION This High Springs. ,
js a special feature Grove Church
program Baptist Mem-
ah Baptist 'Church,' Bronson: Eighth Division Ministers activities: Rev. and Mrs. H. Kinsey announces The Fifth Sunday union of the choir Baptist Church Choir No. I from
sponsored by bers and friends asked
Rev. McGarden, minister,, Aug. I and Deacons Union will Monday Aug. 17, New Teach-J r the arrival of their Mt. Olive and Shady Grove No. 2 of Springhill Baptist Bland, Fla. There will be other I visit her. Mrs. F.are D. Shannon to
28 30. The officers: Rev., A. I convene: at the Damascus Bap- ers Orientation Meeting. I i new born baby son at the Primitive ,
Baptist Churches will Church. It is a benefit drive to I singers and talents on this pro- reporter.
Wrighten, president, Rev, Me. j tist Church of Campville. Rev. Tuesday Aug. 18 Gen- .
Garden vice president, Bro. W. I C. Nelson, pastor, Aug. 28-30. eral Assembly, Mrs. Lottie McPherson -\ I.
O. P. Presley, recording secretary -I This will be the best union in presiding. Introduction LOOK YOUNG. i
Sister McGarden, con secretary I the way of preaching, singing, of New Personnel The Prin I EWJ BE YOUNG SHO' t Back-to-School College Fall
Deacon F. Natiel, treasurer I praying and giving. Come and cipal's Message, election of or-
Deacon Willie Huffman, .meet your friends. Everyone is; ganization officers and grade -:--
Chairman of finance committee, 'welcome to a big free dinner level study.Wednesday. 'I
Deacon Ray Thomas, Chair :Sunday. Rev. C. Nelson, pastor Aug. 19 -
man of Program Committee. 1 Rev. Davie Joiner, ,vice F. S. T. A. and County-wide
Helping Aid Club officers: Sister president, Rev. Ford treasurer, general meeting Lincoln High I

Susie Strappier, preside i n t, :Sister Thomas, reporter. School. I a t .
Sister Catherine_ Wrighten,_vicepresident Thursday .- Aug. 20 General -
I sister Eva; Pres 1 e y, WILUSTON NEWS Assembly, Mrs. Frederica I
Secty., Sister Ethel N a tie!, Nix, presiding. Elemen tar y ,,.. ;;,; a : THE STORE WITH MORE
treasurer. Solicitors of Union: Mrs. Lena Hill, Deacon Os- school accreditation Mr. C. W. '.'sn' r d'; GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Susie Strappier, Ethel Natiel, car Flucker ,Deacon and Mrs. Norton, Supervisor of Schools. y+w : 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
and Eva Presley. For Educa- Lovett King, members (.f Peace- The Whys'' and Hows of Lesson s I : '- ,
tion: Willie Huffman and John- ful Zion Baptist Church and Planning Mr. L. ,M. Jackson, I
nie Lewis. For Sunday School, Rev. C. P. Preston, of Miami Principal. Class and room assignments I jju'S
Sister Mimms for women, and were recent house guests of Mr. T. S. Talbot, Superintendent i!
Bro. Butler for men. Member Mrs. Gertrude Brown. They Elect and Mrs. ":.'
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Bethel, St. James, Minnie Hill St. Mary Baptist Church, afternoon session. I e
and St. Luke.ARCHER Mt. Dora, Rev. A. L. Russell, Friday Aug. 21 Gener
pastor. Rev. C. P. Preston al Assembly, Mrs. Ella Daniels I "

NEWS preached one week in a revivalat presiding. Registration Kinder- I t SUCiCESSES'

"Look Who's Coming"The ;; St. Mary. Mrs. Earnestine, garten, First Grade and all new j
Famous Male Chorus of Jamerson of Mims was here re, pupils, Grade level Organization i Soft-Touch Blouses
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and son of Miami were here re- and Reporter. triacetate crepe .
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Preston is pastor of Peaceful LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

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Jane Edwards, bride electof : ::N in a jiffy. Each has a harmonizing _
Doug Davis of Valaosta, I' ; stretch hemp belt. :
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14 Gainesville Sun Thund y.' August 27, 1964 /
dent. .,,Johnson's ,decision to :'fore vision. the Great Travail. .or, the''cy. 'so normal it will be, intolerable ] ward the Great Society will be

= THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker., ace .the Great' Society i is not Decade' : of'Agony.The : a side of beef in.' every a disaster..
very assuring:,Everybody could Great Society is a temptation freezer and two parking lots for And besides that, It sounds-

.. .. .. look forward: optimistically if, to fate., It 'contains the every high school.. If it follows !like i the name of a baUroonr_-
S instead,. he had'chosen to, en vision of the good life, normal tradition ,and comes, out back dance.. .


Not, the Great Society!f "..



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25ruilnrk 'twrs the New Frontier and into the is as though Brigham Young, most- Americans r1i were how to f: @

Great Society," but none of after a weekend's ,match, had use all the new leisure time '
ATLANTIC CITYnd l now them bother to identify the decided that Utah was too far how to'keep the waistline sUmmed WDU
we are about to embark for great divide. from Illinois and announced at and whether to vacation in : r } [1
; the Great Society. Piliticians! Dubuque, Iowa, that "this is the Europe or See America First.
The New Frontier, as those <
have been describing it all week.It place." Typical hardships confronting
' is where all men will with short memories may re
a place .
the American community were "
. love their neighbors, where traffic call, was supposed to be a harsh and New Just Frontier prior to, of crossing course we the had financing high- school parkinglots ,I .,eO.' E I L AMERICA'S' FINEST. JEANS Since 1850
jams will be unknown, where terrain full'of challenge for the children's new automobiles ...; I j 'Ca ft bwkfofct.foot for
where life would not battled in the Great Crusade un- .. { the Red Tib
waiters won't snarl at a ten-cent hardship, '
der General Eisenhower for and supplying enough ; end lift disttnctivt sti'tched .
design.NO :
would be e j
sacrifice <
be and
tip and the hens will lay soft- easy
demanded of traveler. eight years. This followed 20 electric power to keep every ii li- '
boiled every ,
eggs.It home operating a freezer, air-
Whether it could be negotiatedin years of Deals (New and Fair), : ,
'
is an arresting vision, the a generation, or even in a and the hardship was good for conditioners, autpmatlc: laun- ./ I, ',
Great Society, but the questionthat uncertain, but the the spirit after'so much good dries,two television sets.and an .
none of its phophets has lifetime common was duty was to begin. treatment (two wars, a depres- electronic garage door open I ., -
answered this week is: When sion and a roaring inflation). er.

did we cross the New Frontier? Yet now, less than four years After the Great Crusade and The Great Crusade was an- .;':. ; ':,..; ., '- ._ I
There is no doubt that the New later, the New Frontier is passed the New Frontier, the countryis other vision that got away. It '. Ii.1
Frontier now lies behind. Fiveor the desert is behind, and entitled to a breathing spellin promised a harsh if noble, pur- I
six orators have declaredl the emerald valley of the Great the Great Society, but anyone suit of high principle but one of '-? ,' .
that we have been led "across:;Society lies on the horizon. It who has studied the history of its typical citizens was the pro '.. -- J .

these campaign themes must fessional character assassin. ,. !
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have his doubts about the pos- .
Both New and Fair:Deals off- -
of there.
sibility settling '
The awkward fact is that the ered a vision of the gcod life. L :
It leaves breathless! vision embodied in these cam- The first after seven years of 1t .; : i
,
you paign themes almost invariablyturns depression tended in World, r ,
out backward. Th: easy War II. The second, after two :
.
.ag,7 of inflation, ended in the . :
life of the New Frontier was atypical years Korean ... :
War. ,
example. Instead of : \

9 sacrifice, hardship and challenge To go further backthere was ,,' .-
the New Frontier the Hoover vision of chicken' :: FINER FIT '
produced a : Till yo.u v a. .seen, yourself in trim-legged, low-waisted LEVI'SJeans
the most sustained economic in every pot, which ended with
boom of the century.Its 15 million unemployed. Before .. .. .- .' -..
greatest challenges for that came the vision of a nation -
','Y4.. kept Cool with Coolidge,'! you just don't know what real fit can be! Insist on. LEVI'S-the original blue Tea 1 scut. from
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;:?;:, which ended in Al Car one.
Bandit Had It
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And in 1920 there was the
ineffable vision of an American'
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.. ty proved to be Teapot Dome,
v.w BOSTON (AP-Teller Robert a revolution against the horse
t Mathias of the SuffolkFranklinBank and a society that learned to I
in Park Square was hand- sit home and listen to furni-
ed a note Tuesday. ture that talked.In ._ W--' --
I
"You will act quite natural view of the history" Presi- '
and follow the instructions ex ... ....
plicitly. Your failure to do so or '
to give an alarm will force me
I to shoot you or anyone who in-

terferes, regardless of my per- : : :
J sonal safety. Now quickly put 7O ot'

all the bills in the envelope. If :
you are not"still I will open fire .

,on anyone.
Mathias dropped to the floor
and shouted, "Robbery! Rob-


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free of taste and odor because it's filtered through I robber introduced himself by .. .
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mixes perfectly with anything that pours. When the teller looked up, she a ;
found herself staring at a pistol.

The robber demanded all of her 0' 7,000 rooms and apartments will be needed within the next 10 '- -

Always ask for(,- minwfft $5 She and gave$50 bills.him about $5,000 and days by University of Florida.
I i VODKA he made his getaway.The being flooded with requests for information on rental property,

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1 Are Likely nA'r Footballs started bouncing pree and Alan Poe, halfbacks r ;".

f t a ,.at Florida's drill field today Kick Off and John Feiber, fullback. a

as Coach Ray Graves and as- The Gators will continue two-*

, 4 I Ias sistants began work on their probably for-
t a-day practices
There was a day in Florida football when a five yard At 6:30phy
.
two platoon version of a 1964 10 days and then taper off to,
penalty incurred by the head coach for a field maneuver :
Gator grid club. the regular afternoon workout
drew.torrents of boos from disgusted Gator fans. '
I one time one had to be a leading to the opening game
and
This fall, those deliberate five-yard infractions are likelyto Sidney MacLean, tack-
real "early bird" to take in the here with Southern Metcodist"on
occur three to six times a ball game. And they'll likely les; Bill Richbourg and Lar-
I initial drill as the Gators hop- Sept. 19.Graves .
be greeted by UF fans with cheers of approval as an ry Beckman, guards; Gary Cli-
ped off to work at the wee also is expected to.
of the ett, center Tom Shan-
tactical approach to a specific problem ;
intelligent, !hour (to some folks) of 6:30 have some kind of controlled-
quarterback Du-
non, ; Larry
game. scrimmage Saturday for filming
Florida coach Ray Graves yesterday revealed the thought a.m.Graves i
indicated the cooler Game type
behind his decision to "two platoon" the Gators this fall. Five Sports purposes.
--- ather earlier in the cay is scrimmages will be on Sept. 5,;
A great share of the go-ahead for offensive and defensive IT'S THAT (FOOTBALL) TIME AGAIN the
reason for the near dawn Events Set and .. .pt. 12.
teams traces back to the penalties. UF head coach Ray Graves, foreground, watches first Gator drill. (Sun start. Only player loss to date has,

"About 90 per cent of the time we will be able to play photo by Eddie Davis). No. 1 Team NEW YORK (AP) With 17 been junior college transfer:

platoon football with no problems. Our practice sessions The tentative No. 1 eleven Olympic trials on its menu this halfback George Kevern of Ap.

will be geared this way, all except the last"20 minutes each subject to many changes be- year, New York City digs into opka. He recently married and;

day. Then we'll work kicking units both ways. it is squared away-half- the main dish of five sports this will not attend the UF this-

Graves went on, "The lack of time outs will force : r .- :Iiore Jack Harper is not practic week and next. fall. e

situations which call for taking penalties. Previously, we Tkursdty, :
as yet due to reccve r y The wrestling portion opens Although 'two platoon play
had to know what kind ef a time out was being called be- s Aug. 27, 1964 :from the it will be
t mumps likely will first on Monday with the top is the UF plan, ear*
fore we could run in subs. Now, we can do it any time the J. 1ORIOLES! j Page be unknown for several more wrestlers still undecided on ly next week before the squad;

clock is stopped, mechanical failure, too. i,days. which division freestyle or breakdown progresses com*

It Will Work"With I'' However, the opening session -Greco-Roman -to compete in pletely to offensive and defen-
How
today saw a.team composed at Tokyo. Olympic rules allowan sive sessions. Early drills combine

half will sometimes find of Lynn Matthews and Bar athlete to compete in only aspects of conditioning
only four time outs a we *
ourselves in situations of fourth down at mid field. We'll DROP GAME ry Brown, ends; Dennis Mur- one division. and fundamentals.

in. So we'll take i1
kicking unit and defensive team -
want our
the five-yard penalty to accomplish this. I don't think the \\1 t II .

five will be important with a kicker like i
extra yards LOSE GROUND IN A.L.
Seymour (Hal Seymour of Starke).

"This type of things may come up as many as three

times a half, six penalties a game. We'll have to force the
penalties to see how it will work out." By MURRAY CHASS 2-1, 12-inning triumph over Minnesota tied 1-1 going into toe eighth. I

Craves Indicated the platoon plan will be the modus operandi Associated Press Sports Writer sliced Baltimore's leadto Slow-footed John Romano sent!

The Baltimore Orioles will be one percentage point over the the tie-breaking run across witha MEN'SSHOpSTREET

lucky if they can get out of the second-place White Sox. two-out, two-strike bunt sin-

Cleveland Indians' eighth inning The victory, the Indians' sixth gle, a surprise move he pulledon FLOOR

American straight increased their season his own. Vic Davalillo followed -
with the League pen-
nant. edge over Baltimore to 10-5 with a run-scoring double.

making them the only team to
1 !M The Indians edged the first- hold an edge over the league- Explaining the rare squeeze I OPEN 'TIL 9 TONIGHT

place Orioles 3-2 Wednesday leaders. More specifically bunt Romano said:

night, scoring two runs in the though, the Indians have won "I can't hit (relief pitcher I

eighth inning for the victory. Stu) Miller anyway, so I had MONDAY NIGHT
five of the last six games with tol & EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY &
"
The loss, coupled with Chicago's Baltimore in the eighth inning.A do something. I

T five-run outburst in the Baltimore Manager Hank t

at the start ol the season. "Whether we will be eighth Tuesday night brought Bauer, however, didn't have

able to make it work an entire season," he said, "depends AL BoxesCLEVELAND Cleveland a 5-3 decision. any explanation for the Indians' FINAL CLEARANCE
prob
on our success in early games and our personnel Wednesday night's game was eighth-inning tactics.

lems." .._-
The UF head man said platoon coaching presents favor- BALTIMORE I .

able points in other areas that helped swing the final decision I Salmon rf brhbi 5130 Adair 2b abrhbi 5020 ---ti.2.1.(7 MEN'S CLOTHING"KUPPENHEIMER"
Howser IS 4010 Aparicio ss 5000 I
to use the system. Chance Ib 3010 Siebern Ib 3221
Wagner If 4 1 0 0 B. R'son 3b 3 0 0 0
Romano C 4011 Bowens rf 4000
Makes Better Coaching"We Davahtlo cf 4 1 2 1 E. R'son ef 4 0 2 0
L. Brown 2b 3 0 1 0 Snyder If 3021 _
Francona ph 0 0 0 0 R. Brown c 3 0 0 0 a. MERIT "STYLEMART" -
can coach better in a shorter period of time," he said, Moran 3b 0000 Johnson ph 1000Stangi ,
Held ss'2b 3 0 1 l0 came e 0000 NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUEW
"with platoon coaching. The players adapt to it faster; it p 3010 Roberts p 2010 L Pd. C.B. L Pd. G...
do what they can do best. Donovan ph 1 0 0 0 Lau ph 1000 Philadelphia 77 49 .411 Baltimore 77 50 .606 & "BOTANY STUDENT" SUITS &
them since they Brandt ph 1000
encourages Cincinnati 70 56 .554 7 Chicago 7t 51 .605
to the players." Totals 14 3 10 3 Totals 35 2 f 2 San Francisco 70 57 .Sit TVi New York 72 53 .574 4
It's a big help younger Cleveland 000 oio 020-3 St. Louis 68 58 .540 9 Detroit 47 63 .515 11V4
The No. 1 Gator tossed out a bone for the visiting writ- Baltimore .. OOP 001 010-1 Milwaukee 64 61 .512 111 Minnesota 63 64 .494 14 SPORT COATS REDUCED TO !
realistic appraisal 01 the Pittsburgh 64 63 .504 13V Los Angeles 45 66 .494 14
their
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UF's horrendous schedule, noting a 5-5 finish would be an ,.JB-Salmon, Davalillo 2, Siebern. HR- Chicago 58 49 .457 19tt Boston 58 70 .453 19 Vi
Houston 56 72 .431 22 Washington 51 79 .392 27V
but that he expected the Orange and Blueto Siebern (9). S Howser. SFHeld.ER
accomplishment IP BI SO New York 43 S4 .339 34V4Yesterday's : Kansas City 48 79 .378 29

upset someone during the season. ,Stange W, 6-12 t 9 2 2 3 4 Results Yesterday's Results
McMahon 1 0. 0 0 1 Philadelphia 6 Milwaukee 1 Washington 2. New York 0
includ-
Recently, Look magazine tabbled the UF 5-5 but Roberts 7 7 1 1 0 6 New York 3, Cincinnati 1 Los Angeles 5, Kansas City I
and Auburn, two Southeast- Miller. L, 44 2.3 3 2 2 1 0 St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2 Cleveland 3. Baltimore 2
ing victories over Mississippi Vineyard 0 0 0 0 1 0 Chicago 3, Houston 1 Detroit 4, Boston 1
everyone's "Top Twen- l1-30 0 0 0 1 Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 1
ern Conference foes rated in nearly : Hall Today's Game Chicago 2. Minnesota 1,12 InningsTId.Y'S 50 MEN'SSUITS
I in 8th.
Vineyard faced 1 man
ty" this season. And Playboy magazine also lists the UF T-2:45. A-19.141. San Francisco. Bolin 5-5 at Milwaukee Games
Fischer ,. night 'I Minnesota Arrigo 4-4 at Chicago Her.
at 5-5 but with Ole Miss the nations best. Florida State, DETROIT BOSTON Only game scheduled. bert 4-5
into abrhbi Tomorrow's Games Los Angeles Newman 10-7 at Kansas
breakthrough abrhbi
incidentally( is set for 7-3 and a possible Pena 11-12
City
Wert 3b 4 0 2 0 Jones 2b 4010 New York at Chicago
the first 20, as Playboy's Anson Mounts sees It. Lumpe 2b 4111 Morton If 4 0 0 0 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N Detroit Sparma' 5-2 at Boston Monbou-
Kaline rf 4 0 2 0 Yas'skl cf 4000G. Houston at Cincinnati, N quette 0-11
Graves reiterated that last year's Florida team was Tha' rf 1 1 0 0 Stuart Ib 4 0 0 0 Los Angeles at St. Louis N Only games scheduled.
the strength of its Gator Bowl Demeter cf 5 1 1 1 Thomas rf 3 0 2 0 San Francisco at Milwaukee, N Today's Games
I vastly over-rated, purely on Brown If 3011 Malione 3b 4 0 0 0 I Detroit at Los Angeles, twinight
surprise triumph over Penn State in 1962., He said the final Freehan c S 1 2 0 Bressoud ss 3110 FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW Cleveland at Kansas City. N
Cash Ib 2020 Tillman C 2 0 1 1 L Pet. G... Washington at Minnesota N
6-3-1 log was a terrific windup. M'Aulitfe ss S 0 0 1 Heffner p 2000 Tampa :34 24 JM Chicago at Baltimore N
Wi'sham p 4000 Mantilla ph 0 0 0 0 Orlando 34 25 ..576I:: Boston at New York NINTERNATIONAL WERE 32.95 TO
Totals 37411 4 Totals 30151 St. Petersburg 34 2S..576 Vi
Lean Mean, Hungry D.tr it 000 002 200-4 Ft. Lauderdale 30 30 .500. 5 LEAGUEW
Boston .. 000 000 0100-1 Miami 27 31 .466 7 L Pet. G...
Sarasota 26 30.'" 7 Jacksonville 81 55 .596
The majority opinion yesterday was that the Gator grid- E-Noone. DP-Detroit 2, Boston 1. Daytona Beach 24 32 .4J9 9 Syracuse 80 54 J88 1 69.95
LOB-Detroit 13. Boston 5. 70 59 .543 TV*
Lakeland 22 :34 .393 11 Buffalo
ders looked fit with no one overly bloated. However, line JB-Freehan. Kaline L. Thomas 2. Yesterday's Results Rochester 72 62 .537 S
it this Bressoud. HR-Demeter (19), Lumpe (5). St. Pete 3-3 Daytona Beach 0-5 Toronto 70 44 .522 10
Gene Ellenson phrased :
coach way IP H R ER II SO Lakeland 10-4, Ft. Lauderale 3-15 Columbus 58 77 .430 2JVi
"Some coaches like their players to come back a few Wick'sham W. 14-9 9 5 1 1 3 4Heffner Tampa 2-1 Miami 1-0 Richmond 58 77 .430 22V*
l_ 4-5 ... *2-3 I 4 4 3 3 Sarasota 4-2 Orlando 1.7 Atlanta 47 (4 JS3 33
pounds overweight because they'll lose some when .practice Connolly .. ....11-33 0 0 2 2 Today's GamesSt. Todays Games
starts. But J like them the other way. Lean, hungry, Spanswidc ........ .1 I 0 0 2 1 Pete at Daytona Beach Toronto at Buffalo NOW
T-2:38. A21,989.WASHINGTON Sarasota at OrlandoFt. Rochester at Syracuse
mean and ready to hit from the first day they're here. Lauderdale at Tampa Columbus at Atlanta
NEW YORK Miami at Lakeland Richmond at
There were some new sights for the 1964 version of Photo abrhbi abrhbi Jacksonvillee .
Blas'ame 2b 5 0 1 0 Kubek ss 4010 .
Day. A flashy cap for the coaches with a bright blue Cun'ham Ib 3000 Rich'son 2b 4010

front and white air-net the rest of the way around. The Kirkland King rf H 4010 4 0 0 0 Mantle Tresh If cf 3000 4020 PRICE} !

south end zone stands climb to the stars like Tony Ben- Lock Brumley cf c 3000 3111 Maris Pepitone H Ib 2000 3000

nett's cable car in his famed 'Frisco song. The score- Zimmer 3b 2010 Howard c 3000 u
3b 1000 Llnz 3b 3010
board behind it is a new tower. Kennedy Brink'n ss 3101 Stotfyre p 2000
Narum p 4000 Blanch'd ph 1 0 0 0
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his SEC-approved No. 1 jersey. Or to veteran Roger Pet- -Brumley. ,
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Even the Gator helmets have a decal "F" attached on brhbi abrhbi

both sides although aworking scribe would prefer the play Piersall Power 2b-lb If 5110 3000 Causey Green 2b ss 5121 4020 I 135 "STYLE-MART", "BOTANYSTUDENT"

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Adcock Ib 4120 Colavito rf 3111
where everyone is atangle.On Knoop 2b 0000 Gentile Ib 4010 & "McGREGOR"'SUITS,
Torres 3b 4111 Bryan c 4000 r
the encouraging side, fine tackle John Whatley was Clinton rf 4121 Ca'p'n'ris H 4 01 :

on, hand, apparently fully recovered from an operation to Perry Rodgers cf c 3011 2001 crDon'hue Mathews cf pl'4 0 1 1 WERE 32.95 49.95,

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start running on the first day (today)," Graves said. Smith Totals ph 32 1000 S 'S Tartabull Totals ph 302112 1/ 1

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By JAMES RUSSELL scrimmage up to last night be- Simmons and Eugene Branch rains, was all smiles yesterday The PKY coach was high on play both ways for us at tackle, the Rebel squad. shorts. Hurse sent his forces In
Sun Sports Writer cause of a conflict. with Par! and halfbacks Charley Smith because of the fine weather. the performance of three guard and Davis, a senior, is show- "These boys appear to be run- :to pads for the evening session,
Area football coaches won the ent's night, which will be held' and Brian Hipp.In "We had two fine workouts, candidates."V. ing a great desire," Roberts ning neck and neck, and both :'which was devoted to variationson
smiles of the weatherman yes- tonight. I the line positions, linebacker -and I was well pleased with the G. Hodsdon definitely is said.The are doing a fine job directingour the Tornado 5-4 defense.
terday as no rains fell to interfere "We had a good two hour Al Giffen and middleguardChris hustle all displayed," the PKY developing into the tremendous! rebel boss was pleased offence," Roberts said. I Hurse has been forced to
with their practices. But scrimmage. I was real pleased Gwinn won Niblack's mentor said.Gutierrez lineman we expect him to be, with the performance of Denny Offensive Blocking I make many adjustments, as
the players didn't feel too for- with many of my players," Ni- praises, along with guards Richard gave his forces their and Stan Holden and Randy Or- Adams and Johnny Emerson, Starke Coach,Dave Hurse devoted -the injury bug has sidelined
tunate with the long day of drills black said. Primo and,Steve Burge. first taste of game type con- ton are showing hustle and de- two seniors who were battlingfor his morning session to a II four boys which he described as
that unfolded before them. Singled Out II Gutierrez happier tact, by running them through sire," Gutierrez said. the quarterback position on drill on offensive blocking in potential starters.

Coach Jim Niblack of Gaines- Several players were singledout Coach Mike Gutierrez of P. K. individual blocking and:tackling g Well Pleased r -,
ville High moved the preliminary by the 'Cane mentor as out- Yonge, who was singing the drills during both sessions. Lincoln coach Jesse Heard
to his big Friday night standing, including fullbacks Al blues because of Tuesday's I Praises guards was well pleased with the day's 1 1 1 ls


,work."We had a fine workout- the

boys worked like Trojans," the
Terrier mentor said.

Singled out for praise were
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tackle Stacey Bell.
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but was all "Big Nine North" as m
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of size with determination and
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UF coaches are snapped during,: Photo Day coast. Back row, left to right, are Larry Travis,
ties. Front row, from left are Pepper acth"i-I Gene Ellenson, John Eibner, Don Brown, Dave Fuller
Kensler, Ray Graves, Billy Kinard and Fred and Charles (Rabbit) Smith.


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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with the Saints winning the first, split a doubleheader, with the' DEPENDABLE
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FULLBACK BIG RAM PROBLEM(14th I # ..he.,,



( In a Series) sive line and a fast-Improving The Rams got Roger Davis, a Grier and Merlin Olsen at the

ORANGE, Calif. (APFull- quarterback, Roman Gabriel. Bear starter at guard for four tackles are the best in the HUtD Semite
[
back is the big problem with theLos "We expect to improve on last :seasons, to go with Charlie Cow- league. Stan Fanning and rookie enter

Angeles Rams who are rebuilding -year, largely because our quart- 'an, Joe Scibelli and Don Chuy at Gary Larsen back them up. eflnuttr
around a solid defenPiersall erback, Gabriel, will have more 'that posiotion. They also gained Jack Pardee, Mike Henry and

experience," said Coach Har- 'third offensive center, Joe Wen- the veteran Cliff Livingston are LAST THREE !
land Svare at the Rams' camp.I dryhoski, and Frank Budka, a the starting linebackers with relief oisccCN1
Has The Rams lost their first five ]rookie defensive back from from Marv Harris, a good DAYS:1

games last fall. Then they ]Notre Dame. looking rookie from Stanford.

turned: around and won five of The other centers are Ken Rookie Jerry Richardson of ., :... -- - :- -- .. --
A Beatle WigKANSAS their next seven beating San Kirk and Art Hunter. Joe Carol- West Texas State No.3 draftee, -

f Francisco twice and Detroit, lo and Frank Varrichione are and Bobby Smith will be the
CITY AP) Jim backs defense with REPEAT OF A SELLOUT
( Baltimore and Minnesota once set at offensive tackle. corner on _
my Piersall of the Los Angeles each. The word around the National Many pro football experts Lindon Crow and Ed Meadorat _
Angels gave Kansas City a preview Football League was that think the Rams' defensive line safety. Scotti may reclaim a

of--the- Beatles. Wednesday the Rams were to be feared in of Dave Jones and Lamar Lun- corner job when he is healthy.
'
night ., 1964. day at the ends, and Rosey Next-San Francisco
Chides Finley,. the owner of I I
Ben Wilson's decision to
the Athletics, has hired the Bea- pass I 4
up pro football for dentistry aft END OF SEASONCLEARANCE a
ties for a performance next I,
month, and Piersall took the er a fine rookie year left a gaping +
opportunity in the seventh in- hole at the fullback position. r tr

ning to go into one of his rou ,Switching Backs ..
tines. Svare has been switching his
As he strolled to the plate to backs around, trying to come up NOW IN PROGRESS

bat, Piersall was wearing a with a replacement for Wilson.It .
Beatle wig. might turn out to be Dick
Plate Umpire Frank Umont
Bass the halfback who shared
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the Los Angeles outfielder,
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and Piersall batted without the
This is the third year for Gabriel
hairpiece. NEW and USED
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State quarterback. Progress has

FSU Slates been slow but steady. After win- BOATS and TRAILERSBAIRD'S t'-.s v ">.' x"ner,7\
ning the job late in 1962, he

Picture 'DayTALLAHASSEE gave way to rookie Terry Baker .
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Florida-State football- players Carroll Dale and Jim Phillipsare

scheduled a workout today for the top receivers. MARINE
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By JOE REICHLER umpire.Al Salerno over a bean- Bauer makes no pretentions I handling your pitching staff. As

BALTIMORE_ ) But for ball Incident."It about being a mastermindinggenius. j for the other things, everybody

In SF Spotlight the interjection of a veteran was a case of two hotheads plays percentage. You gamble

umpire, Baltimore's Hank getting together," Bauer "I believe in letting the players 'when you're ahead."

Bauer, a top candidate for Man- recalled. "I blew my top and play the game," he said. "I Like all managers, Bauer
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ByMIKERATHET tell you, this: If-it's still the Chris'j Short's ;six-hit pitching to ager of the Year,honors, might' called him every name l I could think the worst thing in the I hates to lose, but he rarely
be on the'utside looking in to! think of. If Hank Soar, the sen- world is I be- 'takes the home with him.
Associated Press Sports Writer same the next time, I won'tpitch. a 6-1' victory over .Milwaukee.and over-managing. game
The San Francisco Giants ." built, their bulge ,over ,sec- day. He came perilously close to ior umpire, hadn't stepped in, lieve in relegating authority to

have to be in trouble when Juan I Manager AI Dark's commentwas ond-place Cincinnati to seven -,. facing a lengthy banishment.The I'm sure I would have hit Salerno the coaches. Even to some players. -: WANTED TO BUYAn

Marichal threatens to strike and; concise: games' The Reds were beaten Incident took place May and probably been suspended For example, Luis Aparicio I

Willie Mays starts moonlight- "He'll. pitch Sunday." by, the New York Mets and Tra- r h 22 in Baltimore's Memorial Sta for the rest of the year. The has a free hand in the infield. established Fire and Casualty 1
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ing.Mays Where Mays will play is another cy Stallard's five-hit.pitching, 3- dium during a game betweenthe I next day I thanked Soar. "I think the most important Gainesville Insurance Area.Agency Write Box in

tried to hold down two question. 1. < Orioles and Minnesota I The gravel-voiced Bauer looks thing in managing is getting the! Sun.

jobs for the Giants Wednesdaynight ___,. ., i ____...m Twins. every inch the Marine sergeant of the Second is! 568 c/o G'ville 1
Moved to Third Other. Games :respect players.
shuttling between center CHRIS SHORT he was during World War II but .
He started in center field Elsewhere, Larry ,Jackson Bauer became embroiled in a
field and third base in a 2-1 loss despite his reputation for tough-
against the Dodgers, but had to posted his 16th victory for Chicago Wins Again heated argument with plate
: he is !
to the Los Angeles Dodgers that ness, a gentle, easy-to-ap- END OF SEASONCLEARANCE
take over at third base in the with a six-hit 3-1 triumphover
dropped San Francisco 7% proach fellow. He's only been
second inning after Jim Ray Houston and rookie Mike
games behind National League- Hart was struck in the head bya Cuellar posted the first ,com- ejected twice this year, both'
Bows times by Salerno. I
leading Philadelphia.But Budweiser
thrown ball while running plete game of his major league
the big labor dispute revolved "As a rule, I don't argue l
from first base to second and career in St. Louis 4-2 victoryover
around Marichal, the ace much with umpires," said the,: NOW IN PROGRESS
was forced to leave the game. Pittsburgh.The .
of the Giants' staff Bauer. "I never
right-bander Mays, who also has played Dodgers won it in the 42-year-old 'I .
who hoisted his placard and Out of gave them any trouble as a
first for the Giants this season, ninth for Drysdale ,on a, single TourneyWINTER '
said he won't before he But to'
pitch has
moved back to center field in by Frank'Howard a ground out player. a manager I

feels he's ready. the seventh inning,' then .returned and an'intentional walk to Nate protect his players. Otherwise I To 20 % DISCOUNT

Not Ready"I to the infield again in the Oliver that brought up Camilli. HAVEN Defend- trick. he might as" well remain in the,

don't want to take any ninth as Dark constantly juggled Camilli blooped a single to cen- ing champion Budweiser of Bill McGee replaced Floydin clubhouse. ON 1964MODELS

chances any more," said Mari-' his line-up in an attempt to ter giving Drysdale aU13 Gainesville bowed out of the the eighth when Winter Haven Clinched Fist I JOHNSON

bothered the Giants moving againstDon record while tagging Bob Hen 1964 state men's softball tourneyin
chal, who has been bya get went ahead 4-3 and gave Bauer was once described as

bad back, but made his first Drysdale. I dley with the loss. a nine-inning setback, 8-4, to way to Bobby Barnes in the having a face that resembles a i I OUTBOARD MOTORSBAIRD'S
Daniels of Winter
start since July 29 against the Drysdale, however, checkedSan I 14th Record Plumbing same frame.Budweiser. clinched fist. He smiles when

Dodgers Tuesday night. Mari: Francisco on seven hits and Haven yesterday.It he's reminded of it. I .
Short, bringing his record to the second straightloss tied at 4-4 in its -.
chal, who pitched five innings, came up the winner on Doug was "I know I've got that rePutation I,
said he didn't think he was I Camilli's run-producing singlein 14-6 while lowering his earnedrun in three games in the dou- turn at bat in the eighth on a ," he said, "but really I'm :
a
average to 1.70, snapped the ble elimination tourney for walk and double by Bob Folds. ;
then added the ninth.
ready to go, : nice When I took this I
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guy. job, i
"They wanted me to pitch. I'll The Phillies, meanwhile, rode Phillies out of their first two- Budweiser. Daniels fell later in Daniels poured over four runs was told, 'Be tough, be mean. MARINE

game losing streak since July 26 the day to the Barnett AllStarsof in a wild ninth to settle the is These need '
with the support of four homers Homestead 5-4 guys discipline. I
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After Jim walked
sue. Ivey
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I National League BoxesNight I- two by Gus Triandos and one i Chemstrand of Pensacola Allison Barnum homered over "Actually I haven't had to be i
mean or tough. I've had no 601 S. MAIN ST.
each by Ruben Amaro and Tony
moved into the favorite's role the right-center field fence to trouble all They've been I i

Cam PHILADELPHIA MILWAUKEE Gonzalez. Short was touched fora by outlasting Painter Poultryof make it 64. Two errors and real good. year.They've been hustling PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES 1111I lit rh bI run in the ninth on a double by Jacksonville, 8-7 in 15 in- three wild pitches brought in
ibrllbl ibrllbl Rolas cf 2000 Carty If 4000 from the first day."
J.Alou If 4000 Wills ss 4020 Gonzalez cf 3112 Alou cf 4000 Joe Torre and Denny Menke'ssingle. nings to become the lone unde- two more runs for the winners.. ---- ---- -- -
Mays Cf.3b 4010 Trace'skl 3b 4 0 0 0 Callison rf 5010 Aaron rf 4010 I a II
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Cepeda lb 4 1 1 0 W.Davis cl 4000 Allen 3b 5 0 2 Oliver lb 4010
Hart 3b 1 0 1 0 T.Davis If 4110 Wine 3b GOO DelaHoz 3b 4030 Stallard 8-16 checkedthe Painters Budweiser 000 003 01G-4 9 4
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AAcCovcy rf 3000 Parker pr 0100 Johnson If 3120 Menke ss 3011 Reds on four singles until meets Barnett All-Stars. The Lasseter 9 ana .Barnum, l FolKS by Ce rg tlflaYcllt: ;_

Snider Pagan rf. 0000 1000 Oliver Fairly 2b lb 3000 4011 Taylor Herrin 2b If 0000 4010 Wood'ard Boiling 2b 2b 2000 1000 Don Pavletich ruined his shut-: winner plays Chemstrand at 8 win, Floyd ((1)), McGee (Oa-j)

Haller c 3000 Camllll c 3011 Triandos c 4222 Lemaster p 0000 out bid with a seventh inning tonight. If the Pensacolans win, Barnes ((8)) and Elzey,
D'venport is 3 0 0 0 Drysdale p 3010 Amaro ss 4231 Mayo ph 1000 ; ILL fI[ YOU --OR LEND ME OUT
Lanier 2b :2020 Short p 3000 Spahn p 1000 homer. Ed Kranepool drove in it's all over. If Chemstrandloses ((6)) I LATIRHORACE.. 7 &OSH.MOM! yoR A JUICY.DROOLY
Hendley p 3000 Mathews ph 1 0 0 0 I 405' 60T WHY DONTCHA READY MADE' FROM
Totals 31 1 7. Totals 32 2 7 2 Totals 31413 5 Totals 331 0) two of the Mets runs off Joey another game will followat HOME AN' I'M STOP PLAYIMAM '

Two out when winning run srored Philadelphia .............. 010 200 210 4 Jay, 9-9, with a fourth inning 9:30. HUN6RY AS MAKE
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2B-Lenler. Cepeda. 38-T. Davis. SB- Torre.Gonzalez HR-Trlandos(3) S 2, (7). Amaro (4), single. as Daniels scored twice in the Installed .
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PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS Spahn HBP-.By.....Short" .. 223(Lemaster 1 1 1 WP-Le-2 0 from becoming the first NL to go ahead 3-0. Budweiser tied,! C. P. DressierElectrical

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Bork Stargell p eh 1000 1000 Cuellar p 4000 Ron Santo, who connected for I. & 3 $100

Lynch Totals, ph 31 1000 2 2 Totals, 374114 CINCINNATI (AP) Cincin No. 25.Cuellar. Smelley CannadyGarage 3 Ibs. 100 5 Ibs. 99C

Pittsburgh .........,..... 000 970 000 I nati Reds Manager Fred Hutch- I 5-3, was tagged for
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2. LOB-Pittsburgh-Javier. DP-Pittsburgh 2. St. Louis 2. :St.I.Louis today, but Bill DeWitt, gen I Gene Alley in the fifth, but the

2B-Shannon. Flood. Bailey. 30-Groat. eral manager, said .nothing Cardinals pulled ahead 3-2 in

Brock Brock. (I HR-Clendenon). (t). Alley (4), about plans for him to return:. to their half, on.Lou Brock homer,I Has Moved!
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Klaus 3b 3000 Rid 2b-3b 4010 hospital treatment previously. Montreal Canadiens will meet
Hunt 2b 4121 Keough rf 4010 Fresh Sliced END CUT PORKCHOPS
Aitman If 4110 Pinion cf 3010 the'New York Rangers in their --PV'Jh
519 N.W. 10th AVE.
ChrTpher rf 101 0 Robinson If 3000 first home of the BEEF LIVER .
4 Kran'pool lb 2 01 2 Johnson lb 4000 Giant Rookie game 1964-85 \
Hickman cf 4000 Pavletlch c 4 1 1 1 season on Saturday, Oct. 17, the i ,
Can'zzaro c 4 1 2 0 Cardenas ss 3001
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Banks lb 4121 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 0 The University of Florida will receive RETREADS Our Value-303 Can
Gabr-lson rf 3 0 0 0 Gaines rf 2000 bids for the general class of commodities PREMIUM- ICORN. ,#.
A'ltitano :b 4030 Roberts If 3000 as Indicated below. Interested bid- 95 12.0Z. PKG.WIENERS. 7 cans 1.00
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I Tax Rules Affect Students Son SAM Staff McGARVEY WriterS

T A RKE Selection of

''i Starke for construction of a 100-

I ( ) Nrm Unrk mimt 'as an exemption so long as the unit, $1 million Holiday Inn was

NEW YORK Now is the I'I parent furnishes more than hal announced today by H. A. Bish-

time when taxpayers worry Pop May Keep the child's support. op Jr., president of the Starke-

about possible loss of tax Thus, a college year expenditure ;Bradford County Chamber of

. exemptions, particularly if they Junior of $1,500 by the parent Commerce.
have children in college who Though I would permit an exemption Bishop said :t

P' have worked at summer jobs. claim if the student earned and the principalowner

I Though attention is focused on expended in his own behalf of the I

; this matter, the Internal Revenue -dents, there are still parents I parent to lose I over $1,400.Indeed enterprise is ___
I Service has resolved several .I who are unaware that the law The widely ., Mike P. Sturdi. _

I. problems involving questions I was liberalized some time ago. limit on I what he,earns the student if using can it would save vant of Glendora -
of exemptions in cases o t h er I Now, a student can earn longer in Miss., and
deny the the
parent deduction. .
It than those involving students. j I stantial amounts in summer SUb-1, The rule is that the manger
Later, perhaps in a when
1 Concerning the college stu-,ployment without causing stated in the student has year for it wille
a smaller income ) Earle F.
or no income at all, he .Tnnoe nt .Ta/.lr-
II can use his savings to augment Jones ;; ::-M;. --- I

I' his father's expenditure.. Sturdivant stated: "The

Readers' In both cases that is if the wholehearted support and cooperation
; parent contributes more than of the Starke city administration
I half the student can claim and the assistanceand

,., The following market quotations the exemption on his own returns initiative of the local CofC Artist's sketch of Holiday Inn slated for Starke I
u. art requested specifically by readers ; an unusual example of have been major factors in the
1 K tons cf the arc Sun furnished financial by page. lIsa quotaCTiO&J. V/CfJnL/ l Lji.iJ T JL xi\ an exemption. that can be used site choice decision." It will contain a coffee shop terstate highways 75 and 90. on, when out-of-town dollars will
i twice. and dining room the latter Starke is blessed with an ideal flow into our community.
The motel which will be
J Pierce new ,
,WulbemMurphey Last week, the Internal Revenue the largest in this area will 'capable of conversion' to use for geographical location to take "Most important will be the

Service published several be located on the west side of private meetings or banquets advantage of this travel trend." creation of about 60 new jobs,
I NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Reyn Mets .50 34% Data Control rulings regarding its stand on North Temple Avenue on a site'also a swimming pool for In hailing the new enterprise, but there will be other benefits
Rich Men __ 1.00 52 Fulton Inds guests and a doe kennel forguests' said "This
such items of support as medical now partially occupied by Noe. Bishop is a major including sale of utility serv-
Abbott Lab 2.40 3914ti R C Cola 1.20 23 Gen Develop expenses.In gel's Auto Sales. pets. break through in our efforts to ices by the city and additional -

t Allied Chem 1.80 521/4 Roy Dutch 1.73g 46 Mackey determining whether a To be known as the Starke' The Starke Inn will be part of lead Starke and Bradford County taxes for both city and coun
I Searle GD __ .90 59% Mead Johnson taxpayer can claim a dependent Inn, it will provide 100 guest. the Holiday Inn system which into a more rapid pace of de ty.Plans
Amerada pt 2.00 81% Singer V V V 2.00 89 Pac NW Tele person as an exemption, the rooms, each with extra length now has 525 inns in the U. S., velopment. The effects will be for the new Inn are currently

Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44% Smith Kin _ 1.20a 60% Philips Elec' service said that the benefits double beds, wall-to-wall carpeting Canada, Puerto Rico and the far reaching, from now throughthe being drawn up by Willi.

It1 Amer Enka 1.40a 60% Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Redwing paid under a medical care policy > television, year round Bahamas. completition date in the am B. Bond and Associates of fc
4. Amer Hone 1.44a 67 St Oil Cal V_ 2.00 64% Ric Group might be disregarded. And air conditioning and 24 hour Sturdivant, a Mississippi summer of 1965 and from then Memphis, Term. fl

Amer M Fdy .90 18 St. Oil Ind 2.00b 80% Sperry R. Wts. the premiums that the taxpayer switchboard service. cotton planter, has extensive investments
Armco StI __ 3.00 691sF Sterl Drug .65 28 Syntex
VVVV V V V
l V pays can be considered as sup- in that state in oil, V
'Atch Topka 1.20a 33" Texas Util 1.20 66 Tampa Elec port payments.The banking and manufacturing, and Princess Meg Husband

Baxter Lab .36 24% Textron V 1.40 46% Tech Measur service, in the same ruling is, the president of the International I
Beckman In 61 Tidewater % TWA Wts ... 'Star9Investor
. % V V V 31 said that if a dependentwere ,Association of HolidayInns.
4 Beech LF S _. 1.10 47 Trans W A 38% reimbursed for medical He is associated with four Abandon Yacht at SeaOLBIA

Bristol My V __V .SO 67 Union Pac l.COa 42% nthai Trine tarn tn XforiHian. nno
Affiliated Fund expenses by someone who had v '" '
1 Brown Shoe 3.40 100 Und Air L 1.50b 49% Capital Life & injured him in an accident, the ; Vicksburg: Miss., and the Sardinia (AP-Brit- was no excitement," Castelluci

I Brunswick _V _V 8 Upjohn V V 1.00 48% Divers Growth payments would not be considered other in Lake City. ain's Princess Margaret, her
Cambell S _ 2.40 358I Jim Walter 36% husband and the said.The
-V Dividend support. This is becauseit Jones has been associatedwith Aga Khan princess and her hus-
I Carter Pdt l.ooa 157's War Lamb __ .70 30% Dreyfus constitutes compensation for the Holiday Inn system for abandoned a yacht which hit a band, the earl of Snowden, have
CaseJI 20% Worthintn 1.50 45% eight He has operatedone rock in heavy seas off Sardinia, been the Khan's
Fidelity Capit an injury and thus is not a sup years. Aga guests at
Cessna Air 1.00 29% Xerox 99% Fidelity Fund port payment.In GrowingBy in Meridian since 1956, and and reached shore safely in his hotel at Cola di Volpe, during

Ches Ohio _- 4.CO 78CoasSGas..VVVV Zenith V _. 1.20a 62% Fidelity Trend another ruling, the service now manages five. rubber lifeboats, Italian author- a three-week holiday. I
29% In of the choice of ities said
today.
speaking
OVER THE COUNTERNEW Fund'tal Invest said that a son's contribution for
I CBS I.SOh 39% SAM DAWSON Starke, Sturdivant said, "The Mario Castellucci, chief administrative
Income of joint support of his father
f Comb Eng 1.20 291/s YORK (AP) The following bid AP Business News Analyst innkeeping industry is placing officer for this To Open Bids
and asked quotations, supplied the Incorporated mother would entitle him vacation
? by_ _
Cone Mills ._ .
&0 18
NaTional ASSOCiaTIOn or ::5ecurlfles Deal- NEW YORK (AP-The in- emphasis on interstate location. area, said the accident
Keystone K-2 exemptions for each if he
_ ers. Inc., do not represent actual tran",, .
! Cont Air .40 20% "
that trend
to we're
actions but Ire the NASD's estimate Keystone 5-3 paid more than his father and stitutional investor has seen his Contrary happened Wednesday while the On
; Conti Ins _- 2.20 591s'I of the range within which these securl- V convinced of the continued three and the Khan's 'Glades
in -Aga
name lights the ,
ties could Iumve been IOld (bid) or Keystone S-4 drew from Social Security go up on
l Contrl Data 82 bought (asked): Life Investors payments.The stock market marquee since the growth to tourist travel on US-V French lawyer, Andre Arduc, of

Corn Pdts 1.50 56 Alico Land ..._ 8% Life Stock service used to that war. In the present decade and 301. This highway, along with Paris, were on an outing aboard
say
Delta Air ._ ParkwayTALLAHASSEE
1.60 72'VaDet 1 .
SR-100 will be used for both
Mass. Inv Stock the next he cinch this star primary the Aga Khan's pleasure boat,
Amer Fidel Life -- 22 the father received $1,200 a may
__
:u Steel -V .60 14% -- travel and increasingly
as
Amer Mass. Inv from Social and billing by doubling the the Amaloun.
Heritage 23 4 Security percentage -
Emerson El I.Ce 441,2 between in- (AP) The
a crossover artery Castellucci said the small -
Fair Camera .5Cg 23% Amer Mat Ins __ 20% Pioneer Fund the mother $600, the son would of common shares he con Florida Development Commis-
( Amer Pioneer Life 8% Puritan Fund be entitled to only one exemp- trols on the nation's stock exchanges yacht, which has a fivemancrew sion
Finan'l Fed 39 will bids for
open the
; hit rock about 75 yardsoff $17
Fst Chartr 1.97f 28 4Fla Anheuser Busch -- 53 Putnam Growth if he supplied say, $1,900. -or from around 20 per Local Dems a million Everglades Parkway

E CST _.. 12it Anodyne ,-_--.--.-.--.--- 41/4 TV & Elec is because the service cent now to 40 per cent. He already northern shore Sardinian from Capriccioli beach a bond issue next Monday to finance -

Food ..Fair .90 21% Citizens Bank 37 Value Line Inc the payment paid by holds 80 per cent of the V under the area Aga construction of the new 78-

FMC Corp 1.00 54% Comsat Corp _"._ 42 Wellington son as having been split be. corporate bonds. Get Ready development by mile toll road across south Flor

'F.rIto Lay -_- 42 Conn Lt & Pow ..._... 3n NYSE MOST them in the absence o f Of late the institutional man- Khan."Because the boat began taking -ida.

5 GFN Tele .83 32 Cowles Mag & Pb 11% Comp. Vol. evidence that the ager also is playing more of a water and listing those
'Ga Pacif _, l.00b 55% Dunn & Brdst 61 was supplied to one of role in influencing corporate The commission also is expected -
V V V 92,800 Sperry Campaign aboard decided to ashore in
Getty Oil ._ .lOg 2-1 Firs West. Fin'c'l _- 13% other. Under the new rule, policies. This too could increase go to approve a resolution to
'4 75,200 Chrysler rubber lifeboats. No jumpedor
one
.,' Grace Co __ l.ooh: 541/s Florida Gas --- 11'/4 56,200 Xerox attend.'I would get both exemptions. unless the number of individual Now that the Democrats havea fell in the water, and there authorize the sale of the proposed
Fla Nat'l Bank 64 $33.7 million Dade
investors
County
Hel Curtis .to 15 54,400 Grace multiplies again as pair of candidates, the Demo-
'' :I B M .._ _ 5.00 427 Fla Tele 28% 52,800 Tex Gulf Late fast as it did in the late 1950s, cratic committee here is road bond issue.
Morning pre
V ;:'Int Min C 1.80a 66% Forrest Labs _ 26 or government St.
; 47,800 Pan Am regulatory agen- paring for the November cam- Augustine There has been much opposition -
::Jpt Tele _ 1.00 53% Founders Life 73's 33,500 RCA I cies move beyond their present paign. I in Miami to the construction
N. Y.
'-Kellogg V_ ,.80a 45 Franklin Life 56 Listing stance of apparently increasing of the
32,800 Penn RR Everglades Parkway but
Report
_ Negroes
:r..ehman CP 1.34e 291sUu&1 Great American 113'sGrolier Sunshn curiosity only. Monday night the Alachua opponents
- 32,100 were unable to halt
19% IntNick 77 4
In ._ 1.9Sf 65 41 31,700 Sunray AlisChal} The rapid growth of institutional County Democratic ExecutIVe the validation of the bonds.
Gulf Life 5318Herff Alcoa 64* IntPap 321/s Beach AttacksST.
I LoneS CM 1.00 217's NY ownership of stocks has Committee will meet to organ
? Marsh Fid V 1.50 4H Jones -. 14 27,700 AmAir 42% Jones&L 811/s been largely due to two things: ize plans for opening campaign The securities are being sold
Martin M V 1.00 17;. Home Ins 66 25,500 AmCan 431/4 KaisAl 33 1. Money has been rolling into headquarters.One AUGUSTINE (AP) -Ne- by Broward and Collier Coun-
McG Hill .60a 3-1 Jax Minit Mkts -- 87's 25,500 AmCyan 59 Ken'cott 85% the various groes say they have been har. ties, the only two through which
Mead Corp- _V 1.0 45 Kennasaw Life 12% 24,800 Am Tel AmMot 15 Lig&My 8B. types of savings institutions member said today head. I rassed and attacked for three the new toll road will pass. Bidson
at faster
Merkd V 2.00a 4M. Life of Fla 71B 24,800 Del E AT&T 701/s Loch'd 36 a rate than :quarters "somewhere near the days by white youths at St. Au the construction of Broward

Mali AIr! .80 49% Lowes Company 19 22,800 Gillette AmTob 35% Lorillard 46% the economy itself has been :Goldwater headquarters" across 'gustine Beach. County's 27 miles of the route
_ 12% AmpxCp 16% Mag'vox 29 growing; 2. The stock market from the Courthouse will be also said have
'N Y CenU .5g 39;. l\lilgo Electron AMER STK opened Negroes they were taken this week, and the
Nia M Pow 2.00 56% Mort Guaranty Ins __ 25% 1 Anaconda 43 MM&M 58 has offered attractions neither between now and Sept 15. reported the Incidents to police low offer was $5 million.

Norfolk W __ 6.00 132 Pacific SW Air 36 Volume Armour 46 Mohasco 14% they nor many individual investors but have received no protection.After .
V Schlitz Brew 473/4 ACL 78 Mon'to 79 thought they could pass J. H. Ward Is chairman of the the latest incident Wed-
No Ind P S 1.-18 59% 92,800 National
No Nat Gas 1.80 567's SecurLife&Tr67 .60,500 Babcock 33'/4 MontWd 37% up.As county committee. nesday, Allen Lingo, a white Still WaitingOn
Olin Math 1.20 41 Southern Nitro. 23% Syntex 37 NatDair 18% to the role the institutionswill Monday's meeting will be at 8 field worker for the Southern

Owens n G _V 2,50 102 Travelers Ins -_ ___-_- 43 '22,500 Stanrock- Boeing 58% NatDist 27'% play in corporate policies, p.m. at the Courthouse. Christian Leadership Conference .
21,700 Borden 75 N.AmAv 48'% the New York Stock Exchangesays said: City HallWhat
PacG&E 1.00 31'. AMERICAN 14,800 TWA -
Pac Lting V VV 2AO 29!. EXCHANGE Brunswk 8 PRR 33 in a survey of such share- Story TimeIs "We' asked the sheriff for protection -

PacT&T 1.20 29 STOCK CaterTr 33 PepCola 55th ownership, out today: V but he told us he had no ever happened to city

Pan Amer A _._ 1.20 30 Aerojet-Gen -_- 28% STOCK Celanese 67% PhiL.'tor 79% "If institutional investors some TomorrowStory aid for this type of activity. hall?

Parke Day !.OO 36 Analex Corp _- -- 271h Advances Chrysler 55% PhillPet 53 day take a more active role as '..".Via...'.'ch.ff'.......;." nffir vu.-..o. rlonioH_..._ anu.
Pennzoil V 2.00 37 Aqua Chem _-_ 16% Declines CocaCola 138th RCA 31 shareowners, the methods by knowledge of the incident. Lingo Remember, the building that
Pfizer V V V .SOa 47 Aurora Plastics 2-1% Unchanged CornEd 54 RepStl 45th which they do this will be significant Time for children from said the FBI was investigating. City Commissioners decidedto
3 to 7 will be held at the Gaines
Revlon 33 "in the
ConEdis 897's put Citizens Bank
Lingo said 13 Negroes were attacked
Phelps DG V V 3.ro 69% Barnes Engineer 19% Total Issues V in view of the increasing
ContCan 49% ReyTob 44% ville Public Library on Friday neighborhood" on 21?
July
Wednesday by eight
Polaroid .20 13-1 Butler Shoe 10 New 1963-64 importance of institutions in the
DowChe 67 StRegP 29% afternoon from 3:15 to 4:00: o'
:.Pub SV E G 2.60 33 Chromaloy --- 141h New 1963-64 : stock market. Institutions will whites armed with chains, automobile "We're waiting on some
, Pure Oil 1.60 6O Cinerma _ 6% duPont 259 Seaboard 51% probably continue to rely pri- clock. jacks and tire tools. The erty appraisals," City prop-
Manager
28V. Sears 118%I I Mrs. Duane T. Houtz will be -
day( before Lingo said he suffered -
Rayonier 1.00 351hRexal Computer Sei --_- 171h Second manly on informal discussionsin Bill Green said this week.
E.Kodak 126 Sinclair 45%
__ .SOb 5H2 Cutter Labs A ._______ -. 16 communicating their views to the storyteller; the stories she a cut above his eye which
Vmitli Firestone 407's Socony 79 and has selected.include: "The Cub required four stitches. On Monday Meanwhile, the trio of architects
i portfolio companies on
""' .--- 49 SouthnC 61 Jh and the Crocodile," "Asbputtel Negro youths said they hired to design the building -
I sale of the stock when they are
V Murder & 773's SperryR 13 ," and "Prince Wicked and were harrassed, but not physically report "we're still sittingon
NEW
YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 26 I 51% StBrand 76 I in strong disagreement with the Grateful Animals." harmed. I our hands."
.
: (c) New York Times
I 11% StO NJ 85 :management. I -
I MIAMI (AP) The notes that in'
High Low Close Net Chg. faced murder FreptSul 38% Studebak 6% exchange
25 Rails 142.90 141.16 141.68 off .78 I '32 Swift 51 1954 institutions held about 12.7
I
25' Industrials 841.51 832.45 835.88 Off 1.70 I and the fatal of GenDyn 32% Texaco 8M. per cent of the stock listed on it, Strike Target Chrysler

5'0 Stocks 492.20 486.80 488.78 Off 1.24 Joel beating Gebhardt a 8974 Thiokol 12% I and by 1963 held 20 per cent.It _
nMills '41% 'U Carb 116 traces most of that growthto
ed Wednesday
\ 95 ,VoltAire 51* swelling assets of these sav '

STOCK 51 slaying, and of his 53% UnFruit 20% lags concerns. In the years between Sustained 51 Walkout -

MARKET FLASHES Their adopted 43% US Steel 57* 19(5'and 1963 the outputof

was charged ) 24% Univ fat 13 goods and services in the nation -I

!_--- ------ .-. counts earlier. 56 WestgEI 36 increased by 160 per cent. DETROIT, (AP) Chrysler, The industry's longest strike Agreement on the national
.NEW YORK (At'-lnrysler; "I not 125 WinnDix 36 But the. assets of the six main Corp., selected as The United was against General Motors.It wage package came only iix
picked by the auto union as the Dow Jones Stock Averages I told Peace am 82% Woolwth 2n. ,forms of savings institutions Auto Workers strike target for was in support of ne.. contract hours ahead of a GM strike
No. 1 strike target if bargainingfails as follows: life insurance 1964, experienced in 1951 the demands and lasted 113 deadline, after the old contract
Previous 2nd ton. who read I grew
sank sharply today, but Day j Hours|I He ]i' Health Forms companies 198 per cent; mutual auto industry's second longest days, stretching from late 1945 had been extended from Aug.
charge. was
the stock market as a whole recovered 829.21 | Indust. j up 2.15 for a Sept. 3 savings banks 172 per cent; savings strike. It lasted 104 days. into 1946. 31 to Sept. 6.

Delaying irregularly.the possible auto 207.58 I 20 Rails |'off 0.2T The Required At and loan associations 973per The walkout was called by In 1961, when current three- Settlement at Chrysler came

walkout from Aug. 31 to Sept. 149.59 ( 15 UUL off 0.13 found V floating in P.K. YongeParents cent; corporate pension the UAW to enforce The it* demands -the year UAW contracts called were a nationwide written, just 50 minutes ahead of a midnight '
on pensions. company
9, however, bolstered other 2S...69 I 65 Stocks up 0.28 Miami Aug. 10. funds 1,233 per cent; state and offered to guarantee pensions. strike against Ford on Oct. 3. strike deadline on Nov. 2,
and the list in been shot, his local government pension funds 1961.
stocks
general
3,300,000: : Volume 1,400,000 are reminded that ,The union demanded establishment -The company and union reached
giving Wall Street a reprieve and beaten with forms must be turned in,829 per ce'nt; and mutual funds of. an independent national agreement on Oct. 12, The industry's first strike camein

from its biggest worry. ; ment. P. K. Yonge Laboratory 1,687 per cent. land, so funded as to guarantee but local-level strikes continuedto 1937 against General Motors
Chrysler sank T* to 554 on an Dynamics and Dresser, Indus- To before children can be With all this money rolling in, pensions regardless of what hap- cripple Ford until Oct. 20..and Chrysler where the members .-
block of shares tries and the institutions have invested
active
opening 20,000 were about a tomorrow. pened to Chrysler. There was no nationality sanctioned of the fledgling UAW took
:;a4 at one time widened itsjoss point higher. New Registration for all pupils will 86.7 billion in corporate bonds The union finally won its strike against General over company plants in sit-

': past a point. First-hour volume of only 780,- I alphabetically starting at 9 I and some $82.4 billion in common point at Chrysler and at Gen Motors three years ago, but a downs to win union recognitionas

:' General Motors rebounded: '000 shares, however, was the! MICANOPY Pupils whose last names stocks listed on the ex- eral Motors and Ford. series of local-level walkouts, bargaining agent.

more than a point. Ford gained lightest in many sessions and I Micanopy Junior t with letters A-G must reg change. This big demand the Now the issues at Chrysler, called to support at-tne-plant. GM plants were occupied 44

.a fraction. American Motors I reflected continued caution in will sponsor a I between 9 and 10 a.m., survey allows, "may have contributed as well as at GM and Ford, working agreements which days; Chrysler's 29. V

arid Studebaker traded about Wall Street. new principal, from H-M between 10-11, to higher stock prices" include demands for earlier and supplement the nation contract Ford recognition of the UAW

unchanged.. Steels and electrical equipments morrow at 8 N-Z from 11 to 12 ajn. since the war but it says it's higher pensions and increased crippled the industry's came in 1941 after a series of
-Dii
Pont
recovered three were mostly higher. Several The PTA has School starts Monday at P. K. difficult to measure the real extent pensions for those already re- ,giant from Sept. 6 through Sept. bloody clashes between union-
of I
point* recent losses. General t tI. groups were mixed. cal residents to of their influence. tired. 22. ists and noa-unionJat .


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20' Gainesville Sun Thursday, August 27, 1964 .j




i Fish Worth $10:000wsf: Waiting To Be Caught !


V CJ i
Somewhere in the between .
territory Jacksonville and of Johnny McGilvray of MCGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP. He
Pensacola there is, a fish. with a "price .on his head,", knows Inverness t 1
r what that will do to bass fishing as well as to bream C. L. McKinney
more properly a tag somewhere on his head or body worth s ream and fishing out of BOAT BASIN LODGE,
4 $10,000. This is the amount that the Joseph Schlitz BrewIng ? speckled perch fishing. caught 40 bass in 5 days of fishing. His two largest weighed -
Mr. and
Mrs. James Joiner, and their nine year old 1H* and 9tt
.. pounds. He used
and a Big Joe plastic eel.
' Company will pay the lucky fisherman who catches H. daughter Gail, entering Newnan's Lake from the ALACH-
this particular fish. It is but of fish still in this Jacksonville
; one many UA COUNTY LANDING
brought home 72 blue bream.
J ,
Jay Bird
known Zone 4 which when will have f r 'Y t Peoples, Ebb Keeler and George Houston fish-
area, as caught, ? Mrs. Joiner ,
her nine
w. x says yearold caught her share of ing at the No. 17
tags with numbers valued at $1,000, $500. $100, $50, and $25. ie1d\ the total. to Flag Buoy, caught 21 kings and 3 bonito
The procedure is simple: Go fishing; catch a tagged fish; i .,Qrs x < thers indicate that the kings are still here. They used fea-
without
take the tag and fish to the nearest Schlitz Distributor; Orange Lake strips. Fishermen are scoring quite heav
i do this before the contest ends at midnight Monday, Aug Mr. H. G. Slaton, who fishes out of HOLIDAY FISH ily on redfish at CEDAR POINT'S BUDDY'S CAMP.

ust 31. The Gainesville wholesaler is the ,Anderson Dis- Frank Hiil|>nlt CAMP, picked up 4 bass up to 2 pounds. He says the school- CrjstalRUer I

tributing Company. Sun Outdoor Editor ing bass have been thick around some of the points on Katy Decubellis made 4 trips from KNOX'S BAIT s

Why such a contest? It aids the State of Florida's fish- 1"1 the west side of Orange Lake. Hugh Simmons caught his HOUSE for a total of 202 speckled trout. Guides are get- i

Ing research program, gives fishermen cash ,prizes, and limit of schooling bass. ting up to 60 trout per trip. Griff McClain, Tom hey, and

provides the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company with some Red Water Lake Elmer Eichord of Inverness, fished with guide Capt. Pete

advertising which will net good will lor the Schlitz product Water Skiers Are Still In The Saddle Businessman and rancher Jack Williams took time out Weis and caught 40 grouper weighing 400 pounds. They
This is statewide fish tagging project of the Florida. r fished from the boat Sun Fish.
a and the Flor In the absence of enforcement of skiing regulations, the to catch a 9tt pound bass and weigh it in at THE TACKLE -
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission water skiers' still have the upper hand. over the fishermen, BOX. He used the Rapala Lure in Lake Red Water. Englewood
ida State Board of Conservation. All costs are being defrayed particularly in smaller lakes. It was particularly noticeable Lake Santa Fe T. A. Wallace reports rain every day to spoil fishing in

by Schlitz. After August 31, all Derby tagged fish will last Sunday at a small lake under 40 acres that 3 fam- From Gainesville James W. Franklin and R. W. Brown Lemon Bay. He plans to go down again and take his boat

be Worth $3 each when redeemed by the nearest Schlitz ilies of approximately 15 had taken over the lake as their caught 20 speckled perch, S. B. Baldwin and J. W. Cate with him this time.

wholesaler.The own private lake for skiing. Fishermen had taken their 32, and R. W. Franks and son Robert, Alachua, 23. F. W. -- ':""

latest Derby tabulation showed $9,475: has been paid! boats up into the weeds in shallow water to escape the buffeting Simmons and George Jones, Gainesville, picked up 38 I

In Zone 4 for the return of 297 Schlitz fish to state agen- and a pram and another boat in open water had bream, and Julian Smith, Gainesville, 18 Shellcrackers. 'BIG DISCOUNTSOn

cies for scientific study to improve Florida's fishing op- no fishing chance at all. One owner who was bringing his All were fishing out of SHIPMAN'S CAMP, EARLETON All 1964 Mercury Motors
portunities. Among them have been one $1,000 fish, eight own boat In on a trailer, and had shiners and worms BEACH. I

$100, 19 $50, and 269 $25 catches. Statewide to date, Schlitz ready for action, gave up and took his fishing boat 5 miles -Special Discount on-

has paid $42,175 for the return of 1,296 tagged fish. away Into another lake and another county. If this had Little Lake Santa Fe Model 650 65 I
Best results have been offshore from St. Augustine, Jack- happened to some state legislator, he might have been Lynn Hall took first place in the final week of the U.S. HP MERC.

sonville, Cedar Keys, Steinhatchee, Destin and Pensacola, Inspired write a bill outlawing skiing In small lakes under Open Black Bass Championship with his 12 pound 6 ounce Model 500 50 HP MERC. I
In the Suwannee and St. Johns Rivers, and lakes near 50 or 60 acres In size. It is true that 2 skiing boats or bass in Little Lake Santa Fe. He caught an 114 pound ,

Lake City, Gainesville, Tallahassee, DeFuniak Springs, more on a small lake can ruin the holiday or weekend fora bass the same day. He was fishing with live shiners near JIMMY MOORE'S
Crestview and Milton. dozen or more fishermen on the same lake. his home. U.S. 301 .t FLA.

Lake Lochloosa Survey Results Even gulf fishermen don't escape from skiers. Last week Kingsley LakeC. -%..- r Starke, 100J

Surveys recently made on Lochloosa Lake by biologistsof one boat with two powerful motors and one skier in tow G. (Sonny) Strickland, fishing with L. A. Deal and I

the Game and Freshwater Fish Commission indicate had the entire gulf from the Suwannee shoreline to Gal- Doug Jones out of STRICKLAND'S LANDING, caughta

that 50 per cent of the fish population consists of game veston, Texas, but chose to ski across an outer area over 15 pound bass on a 10 inch PURPLE WORM. The trio
,
species, according to Regional Manager Brantly Goodson. which fishermen were drifting for trout. fishing in 30 feet of water, landed 7 bass in all JS
Goodson says the surveys indicated that bream were Despite the danger of sharks after a skier has spilled, Lake GeorgeAt

extremely plentiful, and that speckled perch and bass were and the ever present possibility of being cut badly on unseen the VOLUSIA BAR CAMP at the south end BOATS MOTORS I
of
Lake
TRAILERS
present in sufficient numbers to afford good to excellent oyster bars and rocks, there are those, who would ski George, 8 fishermen caught 324 -
fishing. The shad population has increased since October In such waters. It is to be hoped that this developmentwill week. Other parties accounted for speckled 280 bream.perch during the SKI SUPPLIES

1963 and there are some signs of a decrease. The be held to a minimum. The sport fishermen appearto
greatest number of shad were found near Cross Creek which have a hard enough time with the weather, dredgingand ---- --- ---- ------ --- --- ,1

connects Lochloosa and Orange Lakes. If Orange Lake is to filling, shrimp boats tearing up fishing grass, the 'SPORTSMAN'SPISESTJtofe
be selectively treated for' shad this year, biologists recom- "red tide", population pressure, commercial fishing haulsof FIRST SKI BARGE SOLD ON INITIAL

mend that Cross Creek be treated at the same time. gamefish, and many other problems.
Goodson said that additiopal population samples will be With skiers and fishermen trying to live together in absence ( DEMONSTRATION THE NEXT ONE IS

taken to determine if any fish management. techniquesneed of some specific regulations and their enforcement, ON ITS WAY
to be initiated in either or both lakes. the need for good sportsmanship and fair play is very HOW TO LOCATE

Florida's Duck, Goose and Coot Hunting Season evident. The ski boat driver who encroaches on fisher- STREAM "HOLDS"PATH

Word comes from Tallahassee that Florida's duck, goose men whether they are in open water or on the shoreline,

and coot hunting season will open at sunrise November when there are miles of open water elsewhere, is as guil- C= LURE) "f-/Q
25 and run for 40 consecutive days through January 3. Daily ty of negligence and misconduct as the "hit and run driv-

shooting hours will be sunrise to sunset. er" on land. ,In such an unequal situation, the only weapon :: ',--CURRENTf. ... .14
Under the final migratory hunting regulations frame- the fisherman has left is legislation, which may come soon- ---
work just received from the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Serv- er than some unthinking skiers think. "Hogging" of small "' lSH N rt.

ice, daily bag limits for ducks will be 4, with a total pos- lakes,, the "buzzing" cf fishermen by skiers, the encroach- HOLD v
session of 6. For coots the limit will be 10 daily with a ment Into fishing areas, and creating huge wakes are POCKETS IN A STREAM'S BOTTOM

possession total of 20. some of the ways in which skiers may eventually lose OFFER BOTH FOOD ANDREST
FOR FISH IN SWIFT WATERS
The daily bag limits on ducks other than mergansersmay much of the freedom they now enjoy. Skiing and fishingare BUT THESE HOLDS ARE
not include more of the following species than 2 wood both great sports, but not when one sport destroys USUALLY MISSED By ANGLERSWHO

ducks, 2 mallards, and 2 canvasbacks or redheads or 1 of pleasant participation in the other. DON'T RECOGNIZE THEM,,
EVEN WHILE
DRIFTING A LURE
each. The bag limit on ducks other than mergansers may Colored Floats For Shellcrackers? ON THE BOTTOM. THE TIPOFFIS
not include more than 2 wood ducks, 4 mallards, and 2 Bobby Shipman, of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, has done a WHEN THE LURE SUDDENLY
canvasbacks or 2 redheads or 1 of each. wonderful job of "bird-dogging" speckled perch with his QUITS BOUNCING BOTTOM AS IT
The limits on American, rebreasted, and hooded mer- famous brush piles and their white floats. This columnisthas SWEEPS ABOVE THE FISH.)WHICH
MAY NOT RISE FOR rr.WHEN
gansers in the aggregate are 5 daily and 10 in poss .Jn, asked- "Bobby", "Why not some floats of some other .... OPEN 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
Frank
of which not more than 1 daily and 2 in possession may color for Shellcrackers?" There are acres of sandbar areas PAY LINE Philpott'sSport I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYOther
.
.. be hooded mergansers. in Santa Fe Lake where shellcracker bream hang out by # ? .w Times

Duck hunters south of Road 50 (State) will be allowed 4 the thousand, and fishermen pass above them every day. : by Appointment

Florida ducks in a total bag of 4. Last year the Flori- Some 'are a few hundred feet from shore, and some are Center HOME OF HUNTER

da duck was classified along with the mallard and black .several hundred yards out in deep water. Many of the BOUNCING QUITS, PAY BOATS McCULLOCH
duck and were restricted to 2 per day. natives and homeowners know their locations, but how LINE QUICKLY TO SINK LURE OR North of Bellc-Lind-iey's MOTORS, MURRAY
EXPLORINa SINKER SO 20 N.W. 14th Avt.
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Leon County will:i. be,closed to duck, goose and coot hunt- about the average fisherman? It would be an Interesting OUT AU. SUCH"HOLDS..SEEKS TRAILERS JACKSON
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lIiv DEAR ABBY I irETHo1f1N Y I5L4P05E 1N1WE RY, 1HERE No, i oa+Y suaAasEtx ITS AMAZING THAT HE

.. HAD A LOT \ WERE NO CATEDNM (4RW5 wEaE_ DID 16 WELt AS HE Oil( !
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Un-Dying Love eral reply, write to Abby Box 3365 P r. / '
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include a self-addressed stamped en-

Abigail Van Burnt velope. Abby answers all mail.

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r 1 DEAR ABBY: like the taxidermist whose problem was af said nothing, jour silence implied that you were satisfied. Say : + i.r Na GASPONAN 7HAT'S
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f I << fiancee who couldn't stand the sight of stuffed animals, I nothing, but should they ask you to sit for them again, tell $ My If tHARMIIV THEWHATTEI FRGEiVA'NNUTDOAN

I \ have a problem. I am a mortician, and my fiancee can't them )'ou.charge. from the time you are asked to be at their V; ; t4ASTHE ALL BUTAH HAINTV ALL SAV J DOI

v', stand my work, although I never discuss it after hours. home. .rW FACEOFA RiGHT.P NO WOIFf UNTILTHE / N wOW aI
and much CHARMING LIGHTS ARE ,
After having gone to mortician college investing K
time and money in my profession, I've become somewhat suc- DEAR ABBY: I wish you'd settle something for my husband woLF;! f J r LCYIJ 1 Ala

cessful, and don't want to give it up. My fiancee refuses to and me. About two years ago we went to a housewarmingparty :

marry me unless I change my profession. I love her, but if for two of our closest friends. We gave them an expensive Q Pti r ,
I am going to support her, unlike the taxidermist, I can't present. We visit them in their home often and we d : tr ; as

store my zoo in the attic. have never seen our gift in any room. I want to ask about it s:
IN DEAD EARNEST but my husband thinks it would be rude. What would you do? J J .

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I some neighbors who had just moved into our neighbor ood. >were so broke our wedding party consisted of us, our WOULD VE LIKE SHORE-IFYE DON'T J .

They agreed to pay me 50c an hour and asked me to be at witnesses and the preacher. After the ceremony we took them x A BRAND-NEW A TO PLAY ME MIND PLAYIN FER J),. "
I there at about 7:25. out for dinner. They ordered the most expensive steaks on m
their house at 7:30 p.m. sharp. got S" E-BOUGHTEN A FEW GAMES FUNS1ES-I'M '
f They didn't leave the house until 8:30. They came home at the menu, so we had to shorten our honeymoon by one day.A H. CHECKERBOARD: ON I IT CAlEB? STONE-BROKE i, +

1 12:30: that evening and paid me two dollars. I didn't say any year later, on our anniversary, we had a beautiful wed- B t

f I thing. My mother said that since I was asked to be at their ding with all the trimmings. I had a white gown and veil. **$ ((: 1

home at 7:30 I should have charged them for the time I sat White stands for purity, not virginity, and a married woman /'

and waited for them to leave. Do you agree with her? Should can be as pure as any virgin. The only difference between this enX i

:!!1 I mention to them that they owe me 50c if they ask me to and a first wedding was in our wording of the invitations,

sit for them again? Or should I refuse to sit for them? They which read, "To the renewal of their vows" instead of "To J
I were very nice otherwise. I am a 17-year-old the marriage of." Our minister said couples can stage a wed- w

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stateswoman and "Welfare" -A history of In Evidence at Convention 3AUUOON THIS ODDFORiN6A DREAM:
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I used to have trouble cleanSing Elizabeth evidently read the and the date and time of day ..rbzr : I
have received so \
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: as a last resort, try sand shower curtain just the way you shower: small piece of sponge. Keep .

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: Gainesville Sun Thursday, August 27 1964 ,
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Female
I' 13-Help Mole or

f WANTED experienced waitress. MAN from 45 to 55 yrs. of age
: Apply Humpty Durppty Restau or man & wife team. Apply at
rant. 310 NW 13th St. Cue Stick Billiards. Should know

THEREIS WANTED saleslady must have lew- something about pool & get along
t I SEE well with the younger crowd.
by elry store experience & references. -
Steady position good salary.
Inquire Lewis 14-5,1. Help Wanted
t ; > c' ;. ., ;: Jewelry Co.
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( Cr ' I. WANTED experience waitresses.. EXPERIENCED high calibre real
"" -"'- '>>.J >: l. :I., : -:: .t '4i. !JJ: ".,e... all shifts. Larry's Restaurant estate salesman for busy local office -
:" ;; 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Apply Hump. Ad replies confidentiaL
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-- :: : Box No. 465 A, Gainesville Sun
... :.'7- ._' "'t''I..::\j.i! ;..-t ....- .Jt"' .. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS LICENSED Real Estate salesman"

r .. ,_ Earn up to SS per hour demonstrating $100 a week drawing account.
II. II I famous Studio Girl Large volume builder developing

POLICE REPORT 15th Ter. at 5:10 p.m. yesterday.Oline .- Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 3 areas. Position In Gainesville.\
r. Phone 376-4336 after e. Reply to Box 494-A C-o Gainesville -
Accident Roundup D. Keel, 1050 NE 11th SECRETARY WANTED Must be Sun.SALESMAN.

Involved in accidents reported Ave., and Marvin L. Sinclair j proficient In shorthand and typ for career sales opportunity

i by the Gainesville Police Department 213 NW 14th Ave. at NW 6th ing. Salary commensurate with experience not required .
I ; .- .' experience and ability. Scruggs but desirable excellent Opportunity
and Alachua C 5:05 & CarmichaeL 3 SE 1st Avenue for man who can work
o u nty St. and 10th Ave. at pjn.I WORTH Ph. 376-5242. without constant supervision. Ex

Sheriff's Office in the past 24 yesterday. I cellent earning potential. Send
CURB WAITRESSES day and resume to box 566-A c-o Galnes-
hours were: George L. White, Tampa, in night shift top wages. Apply vine Sun.

David F. Brown, 3530 SW 24th 1100 block of Hawthorne Rd. at I 2310 in person.S. W. 13th Jerry's St. Restaurant 16 Work Wanted Female

Ave., in the 1400 block of W. 3:07: p.m. yesterday. i BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted.
5'4 days a week. Group Insurance WOULD like a full day's
Univ. Ave. at 11:15 yester- Christopher D. Webber 239-B
p.m. SsIiCk pay. Please phone work. toll 372-0626.

day.James Fla. Ill and Evelyn M. Best, I WHILEREADltiG -

T. Wilson, Jacksonville 2221 NE 12th Ter., at NE 8th WANTED ply In person.part time Federal salesgirl.Bake Shop Ap- 18 Schools & Institutions

Donald C. Baber. 2025 NE Ave. and 1st St. at 8:52: a.m. i Gainesville Shopping Center. SHORTHAND ENGLISH

15th Ter. at NE 23rd Blvd. and Ii Iiyester I INSURANCE secretary bookkeeper CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING
y.I with typing. shorthand. & experience Secretarial Courses Classes now
II Reply box 569-A c-o fOrming. Howell's Business Col
Gainesville Sun listing name. lege. 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR *-

age, martial status, experience & 3507.
Gas Station Attendant I qualifications enclosing a recent HIGH SCHOOLat

I snapshot. home, free booklet.l A mer lean
I I' r ->ool. P. O Box 16661 Jackson-
I WHITE
housekeeper companion.
Fla 32216.
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I 55-65, for elderly lady Sal. S7S _
\ Forewarned But Robbed mo. References. HY 6-4632, Lake iSM machines. 024-026, limited enrollment
Butler Fla. Day or night. classes now forming.
Howell's Business College 211 W.
I WAITRESSES and cashier wanted. Univ. Ave Phone 376-3507.

A quick-thinking gas station cash register keys off into the I Apply ma's Kitchen in person 1614 to NW Aunt 13th JemI-St. MEN & women 18 to S3 to train for

1 I attendant guessed he was about grass, he told police. I No phone calls. CIVIL SERVICE
information
to be robbed early this morning Porter said the men held him : IN OLAN MILLS send Examinations.name. address For & Phone No.

but still was unable to prevent at pistol point and forced open!' WANTED 6 telephone solicitors. Adams Key Training St.. Jacksonville.Service. 112 W.
51.25 per hour two 6 hour schedules
t losing approximately $72 to a the locked cash'register with a'I: approximately 3 weeks work.
I Apply Mrs. South, Hotel Thomas Real Estate Exam
i
of armed
pair men. screw driver, taking the cash room 301. COURSE

Gainesville Police Chief W. D. and an old pistol kept in the ATTEND First lesson free.
12 Mole Help Wonted HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
1 Joiner said Jackson Charles drawer. I COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave

Porter, of 612 SW 2nd St., was I THE DISHWASHER good hours, good FR. 6-3507. 372-3727
1 Porter said the men were i pay. Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant PIANO teacher available. Member
alone about 1 a.m. today when 14 SW 1st behind Sears. GMTA; beginners and intermed'
ir'' driving a black 1959 Oldsmobilewith I lates all ages. 1311 N. E. 20tH
two Negro men stopped th e GRILL man experienced. Top sal- PI or call 372-6532 onytime

car at his Eastern Oil service Georgia license plates. ary.rant. 14 Apply SW Wonderhouse 1st St. Behind Restau-Sears.
26 Farm
station at SE 4th Ave. and 11th ROUTE salesman for soft drink Equipment
Must be bondable,
company. age
St. 2.8511 f to 5 2 ROW Allis Chamblis tractor. 1
Ocala 2538. Phone FR
College : weekdays. turn plow Disk, cultivating outfit
'If Porter saw one of the men : SUN $800 See at Rt. 1, Box 311.
SOLICITOR WANTED selling ex- FR 6-2221. H. H. Thomas.
"pull something black from ;.; perience helpful. earnings un
Signs 1,000OCALA ., limited. UNIVERSITY STUDENT
.. '
his pocket" as he got out of the MAY apply. Others age 25 40. 28 Livestock & Supplies

car, so the attendant threw his Approximately 1- Write history for appt.and H.selling& W. Indus-background WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE I

tries. P.O. Box 1111. Ocala, Fla. dairyman to show us a better

M 000 students had registered for CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills
16 pet All Pulleted DrakKrunch.
Nw TOW FIRST nniUNCTH MOTION NAT Ikj yrs. old needed for paper routeIn Over 1500 Ibs of PDN
credit at Central Florida -
courses the N.E. and N.W. Sections.
IN COLOR! per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala-
-McHALE Junior for the Fall : WANT Wonderful experience for your chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461
:S College son daily contact with the public 2105

..... NAW. I WANTEDBOYSfrom prepares him for a leading role
Term 4
by Wednesday Informa-
p.m. In his future. For more 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
ERNEST BORGNNE[ tion call Gainesville Sun Circulation -
with two days of late registration -! Dept 3728441.
PEKINGESE Pek a poo, and
for credit courses still re-! FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- black miniature Poodles, $35 to
tail clothing and furnishings. Experience $50 with papers Effie Llndsey.
!'
Mf r4Wf LAST TIMES maining, according to James':, necessary in retail sell- Trenton, Fla. Phone HO 3-2462
Jiff : 1,3.5.7.9 I Ing. Salary commensurate with or HO 32313.

f F. Gilligan, acting dean of ADS ability and experience. 5Vi day SIAMESE kittens and stud service -
12-16 week. Insurance benefits. Write registered lilac, blue and
Students. years resume to box 461-A to arrangefor chocolate point; $25 up. Williston

r; ;; _.aaulii t araar I. personal interview. _528.6448.

DAVID MVBf PETER SEUERS"fRF Day and evening credit classes IF you have aspirations of owning AKC Reg. German Shepherd puppies -
-
home Cadillac boat wormed and shots. Call
WASHER CAPUCWE. your own
.' began Monday with the majority 'I & summer cabin; and are will- FR 6-6276 or See at 1206 NE
FRI. I PANTHER ing to put out so yau can enjoy 17th Avenue.
y J THE PINK of the schedule of non- of these good things in life JENNY BURROW (Sicilian). 3 yrs.

: SAT. ..._CUUIDUCARDMALEVNIUD age Announcements while you are still able to or old, $50. 5240 NW 8th Ave. Old
I credit adult courses to begin I if you have reached the end of Newberry Road. Phone 3726667.
.. MtTISTS trail in
.aLeR tLn.walt the promotional your
.' ..... within the next two weeks. present occuaption, or you desire 2 reg.poodle 1 chocolate.puppies, male 1 black.6 wks.$75..
.' 3 LOST & FOUNDLOST to enter a prestige profession Phone 372-8695.
with membership !'n Chamber -
.
of Commerce. Country Club. LOST Aug. 23 half grown female
.ae1 rate Beagle dog, mostly white and be on important Siamese kitten In Libbey Heightsarea.
civic groups
,5 a6.-trill- I i.,1 CASHand with large black spots, wearing community committees you Children's pet. Reward.
." collar with owners name. Last .
I REWARD the Prolessional Ph. 377-8740
should contact
I seen on NW 39th Ave.
near 75
+ kkt TL U Insurance Corp. in Room 205
a
I interchange. $50 Reward. PhoneE.
1 -'* i M. Beville. FR 63370; Gaines- Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 8:30 to 10:30 32 Mobile Homes For Sol "

.I t 0I>If-/M TFfATRfil30 ee, ... ,.,. :, ville. A.M. or phone 374-8485

o il ..' LOST Transistor radio in frontof Professional is an old line legal
.
house at the Home Show at Reserve Company with home offices BUTTS
POSITIVELY LAST NITE! 214 NW 13th" FR 66472ALSO 17th Place. on Aug. 24th. Please in Jacksonville and is ex-
_ _ call FR 2 1827. Reward panding its operations through
IN OCALA LOST Wallet in Publix Super several states. Promotions and Mobile
I prizes ranging Market August 24th. Keep 5 $1 Income unlimited but we need
; I $1.00 Carload I bills please return wallet valu- men Immediately' to fill vacancies
: able papers & checks on Orlando created by promotions and
UBURBIDRIVE 1u Bank. FR 66077. expansion. We have: Homes

1 IN T1-1 f. AT RE 1. A highly salable product
3 EXCITING,. HITS. f' 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE INC
M'US NOITM a 2. A market
.
t 3. A generous commission &
1 Open 7:Off See 2 Hits to" LEARN 10 DRIVE Special at- NEW
I Show 7:3Late As ':OSI SHOWTIME 7:30 from 50' a tention to nervous or elderly. overwrite 4. Unlimited advancement opportunity i. 'TO & ir WIDES
wTRlfl 2 Easy Way Driving School. FR also
I THE ACADEMY tm / 2.7002. Lie by State of Fla. 5. Integrity & backing unsurpassed CAMPERSWe .
need 25 trade ins this month)
"BEST A PICTURE" KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON
-J/t8 l Beauty on a BudgetAll Call us for the best deals.
: !! work guaranteedPerm. WE NEED YOU
3768361NW p
55 up Sham-set $1,50 up
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372772i SERVICE station mechanic want 13th St. at 6th St. On street
: Open nights by gppt ed. Apply Mott's 1605 N.W. 6th parking all around our corner.
i Six-Gun Territory St.FULL. Open 9 AM. to f P.M. each
B I'A > trips to 5 TRAVEL INFORMATIONDRIVING TIME meat cutter honest week day.
reliable & dependable. Apply inperson.
'I.JIIIa 10x60 3
SALE 1963 New Moon
I'< to California within 2 East Side Market. 1424
I: BR. front kitchen living room
'--Yr.\-\ weeks Need 2 riders. See LOUISat Hawthorne Rd. and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6-

U' Ift I J. M. Fields Auto Center. WANTED experienced beef boners 0355 after 5 p.m.FEDERAL .

CIRIRC I ., F IlTWMtOIO and meatcutters. Call for appointment QUALITY
.'% 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 3725351.
ssemlotsa0t9tlW
11
J"1"1III HOMES INC.
WANTED young man for apprentice -
or even THANK YOU for making the garment cutter. Excellent 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR
IdJ7II : \ [] 2.5113 Walt Johnson, Mgr.
I.ntIaN.wtLrrr : 1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe opportunity. Must have completed
success it was. Gainesville military obligations. Must be 5'- CONNOLLYMobile
hI CORPSE Junior Woman's Club HomeBuilders 10." Apply in person Fla. Ath-
tl.IM1/1l Assoc. of Gainesville. letic Co.. 302 NW 6th St. No teH- Home Sales, Inc. 2 t I
I 2nd Feature hone calls.WANTED bedroom mobile homes Many
INSURANCE AGENTS
TOMMY I one second cook and one floor plans. 7 year financing.
Problem our specialty.
3rd Bonus Hit cases Drive out today. 3 miles Southof
place this business dishwasher. Apply to Hotel Thomas
can help you
STEELE In -615 N.E. 2nd St. Gainesville on U. S. cal Ph.
which will help you and your person
Yamaha motorcycles 376-0571)
I GINA LOLLOBRIDGIDA 8cc
clients. Life or hosp. Call Mr.
,, SkadowskI, 372.6532 anytime or REP. FOR TEXAS Lowest prices easiest terms largest -
: DALE ROBERTSON a 1I write P. O. Box 14007. Gainesville display In central Florida
Fla OIL CO. WORTHUP We tretie for anything. Fret delivery -
I a
up to 100 miles.TRAILER .
"Fast &Sexy"in A 6 I WILL not be responsible tor debts TO $14,000Need MART
Incurred by anyone other than myself -
baIYERSK,1BEASL after this date August 25, man over 40 for Gaines- Hwy. 17 Open 1 to <
: COLOR : 1964. vine area. Take short auto trips. East Palatka Phone 321-1059
JAMES LESTER ALDEN. JR. Contract heavy equipment and
I USED TRAILER Large living
1 fleet owners. Write C. A. Dicker- room, rear kitchen, two bedrooms
1 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car son SW Petroleum 534 N. Main upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa
Ft. Worth. Texas. travel trailer. 3768361.
J. C. PENNEY "BACKTOSCHOOL"MOVIE I keep Infants and children in my
INSURANCE SALESMAN over 21. NORTHWESTTRAILER
home.
PARTY SAT. MORNING Bounty hunters also Coil FR 2-5169 with expenses car.included.Commissions Reply&box partial 46A ?- SALES. .
2702 Waldo Road N EAt
c-o Gainesville Sun listing
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE name age, marital status, experience Palm Lane 376-0205
Day wk. or mo. Old NewberryRd. ---
& qualifications enclosinga
Planned programs. Pick up recent snapshot. Ill
at Littlewood and Terwilliger a ComeSee
schools. Call FR 26667. YOUNG MAN
I from it to 23 yrs. of age high .
wldes at
our custom-made 12
I II TINY TOT school graduate with average or 10-wide prices. H.M.A. Approved -
I profits and gain better grades for full time perm-
earn Top Brands. I yr. financing
PLAY SCHOOL anent position as salesman in ourMen's available. See Dad and Brad Larsen -
department. Apply person- at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales
Visit us and see fOr yourself. nel office. Wilson's Department on Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Keystone
24 SE 8th St. FR780a.. Store. and
HELD OVER! Iii COMPETENT mother will care WANTED plasterers work at once. Sunday.Heights. Open evenings i I

I for children, reasonable in her Phone EDison S-OT82 or EDison
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone 4-2532 Ft Fla.
Myers.
FEATURES AT
FR 6.1481.EXPERIENCED. WYATT-
valuable experience while : :MALE COLORED ONLY. Part
1:00.3:45,6:30,9:15 elem. school or full time. Preferably teach-
teacher will care for children. 3 appointments. Sell
ers. Evening
acre play area planned program ing. No canvassing or soliciting. Trailer SalesHome
I lunches & snacks. 3727150. Interstate E n gIn e e ring Corp..
HOW Gainesville division. 4 openings. of
Pacemaker Mobile Home
; 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDMAID 376-2585. .
i Shasta and Airstream
MAN wanted for local wholesale Travel Trailers
1 wanted, Mon. thru Fri. milk route. Must be married. Ocaia's First Mobile Horn
for these rewards Care for 2 children 2 and 5 bondable previous experience age Dealer Since 148
striving yrs. old. Phone 376-3211 ext.
21-35 and high school graduate 1923 Silver Springs Blvd.
f' I to 5. after 5. 3721701. preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5m Phone 621351
-:.)>. I HOUSEWIVESKids St. Ocala. Fla.
THE ;:
I In school soon? Going to have SALESMAN. Great opportunl 1952 model Schultt 1 x 40' trll''''.
.. I I50' some" spare time? Christmas for personable ambitious goget- 1 BR. wall to wall carpeting
,. coming up before you can hard ter with prestige firm. 1100 per throughout except kitchen. Can
f ly turn around. Need extra money' wk. plus commissions.' Many after i P.M. 37l>-4)790.) '

: ,. for gifts for these new grandchildren company benefits. Pepper Printing FOR SALE-195S two bedroom 1x4)
..;..__ __ .._. ? We need ladies for Co. Send resume to Box "'" trailer. Good condition.
> -eoir-.Y part time employment. 20 hrs. A care of Gainesville Sun.
WEST .. per week SI.25 per hr. Your HOME and commercial oil burner Phone FR 2-4179. .
I '. age Is no barrier If you are' servicemanexperience prefer. For Sale 1 BR .Ir! cond. turn
i -,. ever 30. The Professional Insurance red. See Mr. Langford at Saun- trailer & enclosed cabana." Excellent -
I ; Corp office is in Poem 2C5 >rs Oil Co. 814 N.W. 4th St. 'condit 1011. FR 2-. M, 6-1
Baird Hdwe. BWg. and hiring A.M. and 6-12 PM.
representative will be in from INSURANCE MANAGERIF
Applicants must have parents' approval. 1:39 to 10:30 each morning or SCHULT Early 'American, 2 bedrooms -
call 3764485 for an appointment. YOU can meet our qualifications lOxSO' Hillcrest Trailer
WAS f .... a well established life insurance Court. Lot AS.SERVICE .
i WAITRESSES wanted Howard company offers you a tre-
Johnson Restaurant. Please .- mendous opportunity both In life. .,:;;;
I CALL CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT ply to person. 2130 NW 13th St. and health and accident. We are CALLS $51 I .;!
short- looking for a man with a good ,
LEGAL Secretary typing Heating Air
Conditioning
1 In this field. We offer -
background
1I I .. hand ferred.required.Call FR 8585.Experience. pre- an attractive salary plus com- .. Refrigeration ServiceContractor I '
missions, renewals and overwrite.
WON FR 2-8441 1:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M. . REGISTERED NURSES Positions Any make or model window
i available; R.N fore 3-11 Write District Manager, P. O. Box units and household ]
,Jt- ;. ._ H" ,. 1 shirt In E.R.. 11-7 spcrvisor, O.R. 10475 Tampa Fla, giving past ances. Also we clean :-I
;. '" supervisor, two O.R. techniciansand business experience for a personal huters.1 -
: Phone FR
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", .. ; for a3 Mt. I
METRBCOUHI .t > ': : : :: : : Registered Nurses fViw ,
.
r. '.: .. '. '. shifts. 73 311. and 11-7. Contact I!
-." Mrs. M. GOcrease. Directorof :

mu MXER.lIE 1(mB.H 1[ ro ]\ : '. -:. ,Y.R Hospital ledge Nurses.,,Florida.P.Wuesthoff O. Phone Box Memorial 6,636-2211 Rock-, 9


CROill! JO T.S' DRL }l\IDES\ DRY PECK f. -,' Ext. 211. BAR TENDER


GEORGE EfON i'Y y.. t o. ATTENTION
Male or Female

DElE molDS xa <& l1\1ilk WOMEN : Experienced pleasant sober


Ell WCH JOIIJ m.PJCHPJ! ) iIDMcER Suit'I'I Without earn money any experience for your Christmas you can 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.' or 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.'

tarn,,,' 1 shopping by selling Avon Cos-

TR\CY\ BRIGIO BAlUN.WALTER BRE\NAN I" metics and earn toiletries..fine weekly Our Saleswomen Incomes -- Contact Mr. PadnUNIVERSITY

plus Savings Bonds. '
I SORRY, NO PASSES Earn your Holiday expense INN -
J money with Avon. Write AVON, '

ADULTS $1.00, CHILDREN 50c .J'. ,' '. .. P. O. Box 44f, Gainesville, Fla. South on U.S. 441 GainesvilleSZ
or cell FR 2-0421.


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I Thursday, August 2.7. 1964 Gainesville Sun 23

35 House for Salt 35 Houses for SaleM 35 Houses for Sale

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WANT-AD RATES I I THREE BEDROOM, I b4th dinIng -
room built-in kitchen. fenced EXTRASPECIAL ElMF
back yard well landsCl td. J150

PH. 372-8441 down. take up payments:, S79 mo.
Phon. 372-194t. 1600 SE 23rd
Lane. SEPTEMBER 1st

for I 3034 NE 14th Dr.. I Mo. old 3 Will find your family in this $1,000 down will move you into ACROSS o I ;
I Br.. 2 bath. Fla room. patio. charming 3 br. 2 bath C.B. this Brand New luxury home at 1. Beetle 32.Thatman I IIT$ II t i

Classified OnlyDEADLINES built in oven and range. Air home when school starts. beautiful 3649 N.W. 14th Ave. 3 large BR's. 33.Vase I I I I t1 E. E.
cond. Cent. heat. Large corner Ig lot carport. Price reduced. 2 tile baths. large family room. Napoleonic Gj.T

p lot. Pool membership. ISO down.117.I.so. like new. immediate occupancy central heat & A-C. Pretty elec. victory 34. Obligation ij A C R II :
kit. See it
372-C48S. Liniewood Westwood area. NEED and ROOM let's deal. ? 11. Pageants 36. Custom r1 1 ;j; E.

CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING COMFORTIn 39. Largest
I Nearly new home in quiet neigh this 3 bf'. C.B. home. conven- Then let us show you this 4 BR, 2 13.Mimic continent I : I I I
Tuts ThrU Frl. paper*-5 pjn. Day before publtcaflo borhood. Has fenced rear yard. bath home at 727 N.E. 11th Ave. 14. Unyielding
iently located. -
For ads 1o 90 In Sun. paper-11:00 a.m. Sat. wall to wall carpet. central air nice lot. $10.,00. good screened terms. Drive porch Central heat. Nice yard. Priced Incarnation 41.Trimmed T A Lr i. A P
For ids to DO In Mon p per-1. pjn. Sa. conditioning three good size bedrooms .
right with terms. j
1 two baths. Extremely well past W N.W. 12 Ave. good Vishnu with rich fur R r P I Cl .

(Minimum ad 4 lines) cared for home and grounds. $15- LUXURYIn $300 DOWNA 16. Costa 43.Decom. ii3
913. Owner willing to sacrificesome
I living in this Ocala block redwood charming 2 BR, 1 bath home located 17. Equal poses
FAMILY RATES equity in this home to responsible In exc. N.W. neighbor
party. Call for appointment custom built home. Ig swim- 19. Conducted 44. Sowing
hood. Pretty comer lot 100x125.
Insertion ... .... .... S4c I&. to .... Hugh Edwards.Inc. ming pool. 3 br. 2 bath. Cent. 45.
..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::........ Me line Ii 374-7971. ht. over 3000 sq. ft. of living Exc.payments condition.only Oak $41.floors.See Monthly this 20.Near sword Fencing SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

l' Insertions ................4............................. 17e line == area est. lawn with sprinkling one for sure. Complain
I Insertions .............................................. I4c tine .AVAIL Sept. 1. 3 BR. 111 bath. system all fenced call Mary 23. Ptomaine 46. Carrier of 3. Street 8. Milky
CCB. low down payment. $(4 per Moeller FR 4-4471.
charge computed UNIVERSITYREAL
x number of Insertions.by multiplying total lines x rate earn "'0. Conveniently located to poison sleeping urchin variety of

schools and shopping. 140 N.E. ARCHITECT DESIGNEDDrive 26. Emmets sickness 4.Male sheep glass

I Five letter worts per line 14th Ter. FR 23355. past S10 N.E. ant Ave. 3 TY 27. Rail Bird DOWN 5.Accommo9.. Deprives of
ALE-Trade. 4 bedroom 2 bathhouse br 2 bath. Cent air 8. heat. Price
near Sidney Lantr and reduced. Make offer. 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 28. Attends l.Mast dates TCWOO.
Same as > lines School --1 W. M. Munroe Realtor \Vcll 10. Turk
High on city bus line. 30. Paper 2. Moslem 6. : lat.
8 Pt. ordinary type $10,000. Can be loned R.J. Phone ONE ACRE Asso: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank decrttS
FR 4-5472. With cozy cottage W of Town good I Ivs. Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Douglas measures judge 7, Gibbon
1 12 Pt.Same as 3 lines terms. $6300.00INVESTMENT 12. Eng. author
3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned. central -

I ordinary type heat stove ad refrigerator. Jr.FRED 1 r r 4- j r r// T ic "r 18. Regarding
as 4 lines Drive by 2503 NE 10th Terrace Armadillo
1 18 Pt.Same type and then call FR 6-5890. With established income .4 - 22.Surfacea
1504 N.W. SIn St. iT IL 15
BEAUTIFULLY KEPT 15 S.W. 3rd Ave. ,/ street

1305 NE SlIt Terrace. 2 Bedroom 1602 N.W. 1st Ave. ARNOLD '
Same .s S line and screened porch. Large corner 412 S.E. 2nd St. \j\'i iT- IS 23. TropicalAmer.
24 Pt 124 S.E. 5th Ave. 913&q
ordinary type lot. Immediate occupancy. .z tree
$".500. FHA terms. See Dick MARY MOELLER REALTORIMMACULATE "r l 'r 24.Arsenatecf
Robinson.

RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor REALTOR copper

I 11 W. Unly. Ave. 374-11- 101f W. University FR "/ 21 25. Results
-4471
If 36 Pt. Same as 7 lines 27.
Straightforward
BUY ASSOCIATESE.
HAPPINESS a. STRETCH $$$
ordinary type By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home W. Moeller Foster Kesler Move right In this liveable lovable h. 26
built in this area by Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 3 bedroom home situated among
ALACHUA HOMES. INC 4iWU shade trees on exquisitely land ; 29. Poems

The Gainesville Sun 'will not be responsible for more than one Phone 374-0430 scaped lot. Tremendous Florida 27. -: 29 31.Man'*

t Incorrect Insertion nor 'will It be liable for any error In advertisement Model Home Opening every Sun. Check These room with fireplace. SI5,100. No nickname
to a greater extent than the cost of the '!'ace occupied from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning qualifying. 31 32 ''f'/ // /
e. by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will August U. 3331 N.W. 28 PL 2224 N. E. 7th Street-3 or 4 bed. v/ 35. Waste allowance .

be made on .rrors that do not materially effect the value of Compare cost with all other 3 room. 3 bath home freshly paint Toss this cozy cardigan over TASTEFUL
the advertisement.The bedroom 2 bath. fully air cond. ed. REDUCED TO $15.250. SMALL slacks' or dresses It's smart. Air-conditioned 3 bedroom 2 bath iT V//It 37 33 36. Standard
homes.""YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY DOWN PAYMENTII Inexpensive to knit. home In Skyline Heights. Excellent Vh : _
-
Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising' or t TIME. kitchen with built-in range, T 42 quantity
< lectlng any advertisement which It deems objections and to MOVE IN TOMORROW N.W. 34 St. 3 bedroom. M No lolnlng! Knit cable > trim oven disposal and dishwasher. 37.Jap. coins
chance the classification of any that ordered Unusual floor plan sets this three bath home. ONLY $13.750 with cardigan In one piece from neck Panelled Florida room charming _
to conform to the policy of the bedroom two bath home apart S450 DOWN. down Including sleeves. Pattern f 13: terrace. 522.000. 4J 38. Rim
::: from others. Lifetime terrazzo directions sizes 32-34; 34-31 In- 40. Peer Gynt's
'1IIIw..IUIIIIIIJIIIIDIIIIIIIII IUIIIIIIIIIIiIIJU floors. newly redecorated. BuiltIn LAKE FRONT ESTATE on beautiful cluded. EASY TO OWN mother
kitchen. $400. down includes Biven's Arm lust outside city Easy financing is the key to this fS
I 32 Mobil Home For Sol I 35 Houses for Sole closing. $101. per month includes limits. 4 bedrooms. 3V* baths Thirty five cents In coins for clean. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home .{2. Cyprlnoid
fireplace. central heat air conditioning this pattern add 15 cents for
taxes and insurance. In the Northwest. Owner will pay Newfe.
Par time 27 mln.AP ti ree 8/21ah
r IUNEw MOON. 50 10. Phone FOR ONLY S450 down and FrTft Hugh Edwards. Inc. and many other desirable each pattern for Ht-ciasi mailing all loan costs Only $450 down
features. CALL US TO SEE THIS and special handling. Send to Laura -
472-3394 or 472-2071. Newberry. approval you can have immediate 376-7971 and $33 per month. Drive by 1645
EXCEPTIONAL HOMEI Wheeler Needlecraft Dept., P.
possession and ownership of N.W. 34th Place today. .'
I BACK TO SCHOOL the Pest value house for sale In O. Box HI Old Chelsea StAtion.
NM3alnesvlle.. HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly
ImmediateOccupancy
DISCOUNTS 3 BR with air 4 BEDROOMSCentral
home with 2 sleeping porches located PATTERN NUMBER NAME ADDRESS -
1. t. & 3 bedrooms I. 10 t 12 conditioning. Paneled family room at 214 N. E. 5 Ave. ONLY and ZONE. heating and air conditioning
r wides. Up ot seven years to pay ioining living-dining area for extra 114,000 with S1200 DOWN I for family comfort. 2 gleamIng 35 Houses for Sol I I 35 Houses for Sele! I 35 Houses for Solo

at bank rates. spaciousness. Electric range NEW FOR 1651 200 designs bAths. bright kitchen fire- .
and dishwasher. Back yard completely LOVELY 3 bedroom. 1 4 bath. split more fashions to knit. crochet than place In living room and 2 car OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath Irg. '1' S'50 Down. NE 3 Br.. I THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB.
V A Trip to Butts Mobile Homes enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. level masonry home located In theN. ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery garage. N. W. location. 527.300. open-beam ceiling. paneled dining 1 bath screened .porch. Kitcheni traverse rods S7SO down pay
r Will Save You SIS Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at W. section |lust Inside the dolls' clothes. Send 25 S, family room with fire --i at. Can movein S83 per mo. 4004 N.W. 21st Drive
2213 NE 7th Ter. CHOICE two. three and four bedroom city limits. ONLY $15.250 with $700 cents for Needlecraft IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY place Irg. fenced-in back yard. Now. FR 2-2774. uif 39th Ave.
Catalog.
N. W. 13th St. at 4th St. On street 3 BR. 2 bath. study. attractive homes at convenient loca DOWNI! new 3 bedrooms 2 baths with many features built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 461- LARGE I FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom
all around our corner. rustic house 200 ft. of white
parking 100 x 13f corner lot. at 2225 tions. Quality construction plus that you only find in more 1683.
CCB. 3414 SE. 12th Ter. Low
VALUE 14 COMPLETE QUILT
week sand beach Lake Swan ItMelro.
each on
t A.M. to P.M. bonus John Merrill
I Open NE Sth St. $450 dn., $79 per mo. features such as: real PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt expensive residences. Comfortable ... Phone 475-5811. down p.ym.nt. Call 374-4444 or
P .IY. FHA or pay more dn. t, takeover plaster walls fully sodded lot. Book. For beginners experts. Send screened porch and attached car WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR, _
I 374-8341 4Vi per cent VA Mtg. at lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central Realtor SO cents flow port. Inquire about the home for tile bath living. dining. kitchen. NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath 3721933.NO -
SPECIAL $44.50 per mo. Shown by appt. heat adaptable to A-C. GE sale on S. W. 4th Place for 19000. Florida rooms. chain link fence. carport end: utility room. $9000. QUALIFYING
Lot for mobile home.S1SOO. only. Ph. 3723707. built-in oven and range a 11 I MULTIPLE LISTING 2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR '- S250 down. S45 month. Phone FR I 3 BR. 1 bath. hardwood floors. patio -
104 x 208' brick fronts. rustic gas lamps PHONE FR 2-1494 2-3355 .
ARNOLDREALTY days.CLEAN fenced back yard. swing setA
1 Mil. S. off Payne IDLEWILD 35 Houses for Sale
I Painted CCB 3 BR's sidewalks swim club member. ASSOCIATES lawn furniture partly air cond.,
T Prairie. For appointment call 2 baths Fla. Rm.. built-in range ship.No MARCELLA PARDIW. 4179.HOMES AS A WHISTLE $450 down S3S per mo. 527 NE

V FR 4-3052. oven cent. heat. room air 37 x I Allstate trailer pius x 18 ditioning |g. shaded lot near cash down VA.Low Multiple Listing Member you are looking for a 2 bedroom
I completely furnished aluminum new elem. school. 374-4109. GR 5-4171. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 INCOMENEWLY 1 bath home with screened porch RESIDENCE for sale by owner established .
best FHA down. JWK Jane Caldwell Pete SilO on a large corner lot. Immediate city neighborhood.
I portable cabana. S1500 or BY OWNER NEAR WEST. PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe DECORATED 3 bedroom
Also conventional financing. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge occupancy. S11.500. See at Maintenance free. Rock exterior
ofter. See E. A. Rice. OhKay WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath home with
I Tropicana. by Hugh Edwards. garage apartment
Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo 1305 NE 6th well landscaped yard with open
Trailer Park. Ig. LR. family room. built in Move Inc., has been widely acclaimed renting for $65 a month. Owner Terrace then phone
372-8404
in
Greene Walter south 3 BR. & glassed
P kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI. Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn Jimmy Stoddard will finance. Immediate possess. Dick Robinson Associate Ralph porch.
1959 45 X 10 GREATLAKES trail- TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and ECONOMICAL living In 1.300 square its price range. You may now FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. gal. ion. rossey.. Realtor at 374-1359 daycr sleeping porch. See at 433 NE
9th Ave. Phone Jacksonville FU
er. A-l condition.481-2316. slum. mtg. Call 376-2927. TomorrowVILLAGE feet plus carport and storage. own this marvelous home completely fuel tank. 100 shrubS. brick patio Avenue.night 11 West University 9 4445 after 4 P.M.

Coll LOOK AIR Only $3,900.00 with low down payment equipped with central air fenced yard. near elementary ROOMING HOUSE. Apartment for _
4 CONDITIONED! conditioning. dishwasher disposal. and lunior high schoolS. owner and four rooms already
possible. Two bedrooms.
LOTS FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 baths. central heat out and screened 3 BR. 1 bath. rented will pay for itself. Pricedat
33 huge Florida kitchen built-in oven and range porch OFFERED
BY
of room BUILDER
I power city located limits. at deep 3414 well NW REA 34th [ GREEN[[ equipment Included in price. patio gas bgr-b-q grill for only $500 down. If you qualify FHA. $12.750. Convenient location. LOOKCOMPARE I
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. 3
I 1 acre. N.W. St.CIU. OUTSTANDING four bedroom housein $22.300. Ask to see this luxurious Bedroom. Vfi bath home.
I II
home at convenience. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates
,
your Show
S.W. beautiful residential area. Central house at 3321 N.W. 28th
1 7ViCacre Ranchettes S.W. restricted 372-2372 or 374-1190. heat and air conditioning; HUGH EDWARDS, INC. GLADYSSMITH Avenut. Also I Large 3 BR 2V* bath fireplace |
3 Bedroom.
NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. 2 pool. fenced back yard. Priced
I homesites 376-7971
many nice features and luxury Member Multiple Listing
BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath. extra appointments. Brick construc 635 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-2441 bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd right by owner I'
I MARY MOELLER Ig. shady yard. Westmorland 4018 HUGHEDWARDS tion.DELIGHTFUL. REDFRANKSREALESTATE Ark T. Smith. Realtor Court. T. D. Zefreuer Phone 4410 NW 33rd Blvd. I
lOlf W. University FR 4-4471 N.W. 13th Ave. Available on I
S short three bedroom homeIn Mabel Gore Associate FR I Ph. 37 -7047
notice. FR 6-7993 for appt.
; LOTS for sale In autlful Idylwild NE convenient to school. Well 3725393Four

I between Gainesville and the new FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew landscaped corner lot with backyard SWIMMING POOL. screened bedrooms. 2 baths. within ---
golf and country club. Large restricted fenced for children. Large porch It Florida room. big lot TOPEXECUTIVXfr
lots. Certified public water Palm' Springs model. On. of walking distance of the Medical
comfortable house with a family in a grove of tall live oaks central PROFESSIONAL 43848.ASK
system. Outside ctly limits. the best looking homes ways ever INC.North School. Older brick home with CLASS
11750. to S2IOO.Clyde built. Four bedrooms. 2 full room tor only $14.00000. heat & Central aireondition- Florida room. fireplace double THE UNIQUE CUSTOM
Ing all add to make this THE
up
baths. beautiful brick facade LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge- garage.
Seckinger. Realtor Central Florida's Largest BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE
wood SID. Llttlewood Westwood modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with
excellent
kitchen arrangement.
Owner & developer Builder and Developer
built-in kit. and built for low
$14.900 No section at reasonable prices. All Make an OFFER. One of our best
Ph. FR 4-5038 money down. VA Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th maintenance lust about the ultImate -
( FHA only MM down. Price Includes St. Improvements paid. buys in a 3 bedroom 2 bath Jamaica-style pace setter
for IDEAL FLORIDA LIV-
ACRE lots for sole. home. Large Florida room. fireplace
living roomS
fully sodded front lawn. 376-7971 PRESTIGE address in Black Acres.
ING. Can be bought with reasonAbly -
Phone 372-4416 gas lamp swim club member TWO bedroom CB. newly painted. Spacious three bedroom, two bath low down payment & assume many bullt-lns acre lot. Forty foot Florida roomS

-LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 ship.VILLAGE shady lot 60 x 120. alrconditloner house with panelled family room. existing financing with GLADYS SMITH Paneled library with fireplace MAN WHO
trailers. Large awnings. 3 large GREEN8yHUGHEDW"'RDLIN alee range washer and refrig built In kitchen central heat reasonable monthly payment.
patios. 3 septic tanks lots of erator. Storage shed. Tiled bath. two car enclosed garage. Vacant MAKE AN OFFER on equity. REALTOR Luxurious master suite with
shade good rental Income. Just 2909 N. E. 15th St. Immediate occupancy. Very low now. Owner will consider Call 376-0817. walk-In closets-dressing

outside city limits. For sa"".. FR 374-7971 down payment and $65 monthly. your offer or will rent monthto . ., 128 W. University 372-5393 room built-in vanity wall
-
I 4-'883._ Easy private financing. See It at month at $175.00. S. > M I. Aporox. $145 per mo. Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes and shoe closet
4235 NW 10th St. 3130 NW 10th St., and FR Incl. taxes & Ins.
phone buys modern Virginia Power Fabulous kitchen breakfast,
Ti lots 50 x 135' each. NE 18th Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home. 6-7170. J. W. bath Central heat & OWNS ONE
sell 3 BR, IV* bath kitchen utility room and workshoparea
Ter. & 2nd Ave. Priced to larg. Fla room & patio. Lot aircondiitoning built-in kit. Incl. By owner
or will trade for Income proper. 100x174' lots of trees. UNIQUE 3 bedroom 2 bath home. KIRKPATRICKREALTOR dishwasher. Walking distance equipped central heat paved
ty. J. R. Crane owner. 3723632. Beautiful lots NW section Complete with large paneled den. LITTLEWOOD aV WESTWOOD street. City util. 3','. per cent VA Twenty-six foot closet wallS
Only $17,500. Located at 3707 NW loan. Call Mr. Weidler. FR 2-3610. Guest suite with sunken tubS
100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful corner Commercial property & acreage.E. 23rd Ave. For further details call 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 SCHOOLS. Two landscaped patios 1 ( Old & Trite but still good advice)
lot In residential Araquay Park FR 4-0430. Ask for Frank Thom ASSOCIATES
St. Augustine. $1200 by owner. as. Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. & Check 3 fr 4 Bedroom Models! In acre lot in most select

Phone F R 4-4250. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. Capt. A. W. Recce, USN. Ret. tha outside then call us for appt. neighborhood We that high
431 N. Main St. BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin to Inspect this EXCEPTIONALone SHADOWLAWN 6 Scads of skyline so house Is are extremely proud a
FR 4-J032 Broker i 2 baths. laroe. convenient. \- owner home Many unexpected ESTATESF. cheerful even in gloomy
34 Waterfront Property FR 4-4544 See at 1417 NW -10th -Ter. features. Alrconditioning.Walk weather percentage of our sales consist of referrals :
MCKINNEY
D. OLIVER
ta METCALF, HOWARD This house Is Ideal for
BLACK ACRESPRICED A STEALBY OFFERING from satisfied customers.
OVER 30 acres of lake front. many GREEN BISHOP or ST. PATRICK'SSCHOOLS. lavish or casual entertaininge our
bearing pecan trees. Also S furnished TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 As little as 1.000 Individual Styles For You Never have
seen so
houses with dock and deep bedrooms. 2 baths. hardwood OWNERMUST down will handle d low monthly 0 Well planned living areas you
DEATONREALTORS Total price $14,500 much cabinet and drawer The Great Majority of our home owners
payment.
well pump. Many extras. On floors. central heat alr under roof.
space one
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis units. electric and drapes. Call 376-227 or 374-0817.
rang bath. large Fla. room. larg. living
Jewelry Co.Cedar Lot IIO x JV with shade trees. room dining room built-in HOME OF DISTINCTION Claude M. "Red" Franks Real- A community you would be Q Three-car garage. Total under have been careful intelligent buyers

Shoresfine 312S W. Univ. Av.. FR 4-6427. kitchen. convenient to shopping Yes this elegant new home Is tor. Myrtle Lassiter. Associate.Wm. proud to live In square roof footage 4.000 who have shopped measured & com

Key FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer center and schools. Must see on. of real character quality. E. -"Bill" Harris. Associate Drive West on N.W. 39th ,
to show
by appointmentonly.
Happy
homesites from $2250 equity In 3 BR. 2 bth builtinkit. to appreciate the value. No qual construction xmrque design and 7 NE 1st St. Phone 374-0617 Ave. past the Glen Spring Intersection. pared. We welcome comparison of lot
ifying. Low down Original Its location Is most dMirabie. Its
payment.
.
left.
.. terrazzo floors. cen. heat. Res 376-2927 or 372-7943 Eve. & See sign en
non-waterfront from $1510 price 121,400 price now exquisite features and furnishings FR 2-OSM.! 372-1987 of
Phone 370-S779. Its formal Week-ends by appt. I sizes & overall square footages en-
S18.84578. JJOO down. LocatedIn are eye catching Member Multiple Listing
Marina Locations 2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown nice NW section at 1321 NW and Informal living area Is a (We foot-
payment. S40 per mo. Located 21st ..v.. Phon. FR 22633. I dream Just give us the pleat- L ---- closed space. publish square
INVEST: facilities needed here at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call ore of showing you this beautiful
Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. I home, with 3 B.R. 2V4 colorful age in our brochures. )
Motel Locations GLADYSSMITH baths living and Dining room
1 BR. 1 bath. cen. heat built-in Large paneled open beam ceiling -

INVEST: accommodationsneeded oven and range paved street. Fla. rm. with fireplace A There are many additional benefits to
fenced yard. SI.BOO down. I7S mo. kitchen that has everything and

1520 SE 23rd_ Lane.__ u 374-OBlO._ u___ then we believe you would be
372-5393 convinced of Its value and Its appeal owning a Kirkpatrick & Pierson home.

DAVID ANDREWS- for real living. Call FR 2-
PARRISHPRESENTS 10 wooded acres overlooking Levy 3417 for appointment.
REAL ESTATECEDAR Lake plus the luxury of true con- 1. If you should ever be transferred or move

I temporary living. This architect- MUST SELLIf resell foster
Pierson's homes
KEY 3841 or 3831 designed home features modern Kirkpatrick &
this
believe In being lucky
you
kitchen with Mexican tile counter. IA Gainesville. Ride through our
JUST over one acre heavily wood- Screened might beour chance This than any in
ed. Lake Ann. 20 milts from courtyard entry court. fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central
the for sale then
check signs
and porch. Living with 30
room
development ,
clear heated must be
Gainesville. 10 front feet on CONVENIENT. easy walking distance foot stone fireplace wall. Separate 2 yr. old home
lak. SOSOO with SI500 down and to downtown. 2 bedroom dining room. Many built-Ins and sold Owner will consider a try any other area in Gainesville.
$3.000 cash. reasonable offer under Its present
S50 month. or
per frame cottage on paved street bookshelves. This is a horn to
FR 4-3211. Ext. S54*. Fred Bryant. east of new Post Office building. be FHA value of Si7,250 locatedIn the
cherished. in
membership
THIS WEEK'S IS ON 2. Paid perpetual
up
Properly priced for a cash deal. Madison Park Good condI-
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD tion Act now Drive by 3202 SPOTLIGHT Highland Court Manor community center (As
GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- GLADYS SMITH N.W. 22nd Place and call for an
Reg. Broker. specallzlng In. bedroom. 2-bath home In this appointment before you buy ---ef tewr long as you own & occupy your home) Thisis
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. very desirable area near the REALTORFORDYCE FR. 23417.ATTRACTIVE. in i
restricted to owners HighlandCourt :
AGE. :3 mile No. of Metros. completely
University. Excellent financing UNIVERSITY INN
GR S-29S1. permits this property to be han I BUYSA Manor and includes swimming pool

$12 WATERFRONT FOOT! dled with| minimum down pay 3 B.R. 1 bath home S400 playing field playground equipment & air
ment.BLACK.
down and 3 B.R. 2
133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe payment a Start wonderful evening with a cocktail in the club house.
river. with Yt mil. Rd. frontage. bath home with good financing conditioned community
ACRES. Traditional 3 bed Both In N.W. area. Call FR 2-
less than 3 ml. to High Springs.
tram room. 2-bath masonry home with REALTORINVESTMENT 3417. Univeriity Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from S to
About 10 acrts cleared
living room. separate dining ASSOCIATES 3. All Modern conveniences, storm drainage
house shed and Storage room.. room. family room with fireplace J. Fred Guy Jayne Butlerworth 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town with curbs &
spring. Ideal Club or Camp site. modern built-in kitchen. Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire city sewerage. paved streets gut.

RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor Central heat. 4 bedrooms. 3 baths. over 4400 Multiple Listing in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient ters city water & electricity natural gas &

11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 374-1359 FLORIDA PARK. Immediate occupancy so. ft. of living area. All completely smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal, return to city fire protection with the lowest of insurance

RETIREMENT RENDEZVOUSFIVE can be had on this furnished and ready to FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
rooms and bath on Lak. .... pleasant 3 bedroom home on move in. Call Fordyce 376-1236. the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the music of rates.
to. Furn.. Incl elec. range. GE large lot. Walking distance to
refrigerator oil heater. good water Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- LARGE ui- Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker' Orchestra 4. Large lots with an overage front footageof
dock and boat shed. Lg. ley SChools.UNIVERSITY. 3 BR 1V4 bath with study and For top quality workmanship
Cleared lot. S19.400 44S-175*. Fla. room. Cent. heating. 1400 call 'til 2 A.M. 92.4 feet and 133 ft. from curb to rear

ONE acre Includes boAt. motor. ACRES. Restrictednew sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.14 372-" 41 lot line.
trailer skis house. stove. refrigerator west side subdivision of mo. can put you in this one. Seller
metal storage house rid- acre lots. Paved streets. NO pay closing costs. Call For GAINESVILLE Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
ing lawnmower. paved road sand CITY TAXES as these lots are dyce 374-1234. I ICOLONI"'L UPHOLSTERY I 5. Homes planned for traffic flow ease of

beach loading ramp. raft. 25 mln. outside city limits. Suggest you ISM N.W. 13t1l St. living .and easy maintenance gained from
from Gainesville. Phone FR make your selection before pt-ic. Free Estimates-pick *, anddelivery.
es advance. styled walled patio wall to wall over 27 years of experience in home building.
t 91' carpeting. 4 BR 2'4 baths with DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *

AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom Unfurnished 1450 sq. ft. Very large lot In NW
35 Houses for Sets home for rent. Close to area. Good terms can be arranged GENERAL GAINES LONG.S CAFETERIA UNIVERSITY !INN 6. Located close to kindergartens and Jr.

University. Win lease for one on this. S22JOO horn. Call FREE ESTIMATES on Closed for vacation L repainting. Charcoal Steak Room 5-not-gas- High with bus service available to High
4 OWNER LEAVING 3 BR. 2 bath. year at $140.00 per month. Fordyc. 374-1234. STEAK ROOM Open 7 days a wHk. board Cocktlll Hour S to 7. 2
fenced In back yard. S3SO down.a FURNACES and Quality I Friday. Aug. 21th drinks for the price 0' 1. Dane. School. (New High School land already owned

assume FHA mortgage. 2002 SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom. air. ACREAGE Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Remember' W.lI see you then. Jng til 2 A.M. to Bobby Grl".n by.county adjoining Highland Court Manor)
call 374-211. Central AirConditioners steaks prepared to your taste
NE 16th Ter. or conditioned home in good northeast 120 acres of permanent pasture. Combo a Richard Parkers etches1S00 -
on our open heArtt\ Holiday Inn. Palmer Sue Long
location. unfurnished. $140.- fenced and cross fenced; water I
IOCS NORTHEAST 4th Street by I tra. 1901 S.W. 13t11 St. FR 6-2442
owner. 3 BR. 2 baths sep. dining 00 per month on lease for year. and partially wooded. Only $250 I S.W. 131h St. FR 6-I26&. Model Home
per acre. Open 1-6
room closets Irg. air kitscreened conditioner. porch.built. SEPTEMBER 1st. Large 2-bed- \ BILLIARD'S BOWLING *. p.m.

7 chest back Yard ter- room unfurnished rental. $115.00 LOTS I ORLEANS _ _ _
t in cedar per month. leas tor year. Trailer lots. $20 down and $20 a byTBest CUE STICK BILLIARDS
sidewalks. PALM LANES
Paved streets
race. (Formerly Fred's Locker Room)
Calle__ _? 2-9459 or FR a-4140. I I Businessmen's Lunch .IS Fun for not only young men We'JI be close August 1Ot" flirts & PiersonBUILDERS
Kirkpatrick
A NIC. frame house. 4 Beorooms. M.M.PARRISH month.FORDYCE In equipment using Internally I Served 11:30 AM 2:00 P.M. BUT young women. too. the 17th. for reservlcing and re-
large living room. kitchen. hall Insulated ducts designed I Dinner Servlecl 5 12 P.M. Bring your dates Conditioning of our alleys. Well
and bath. Front and sHe" porch.All engineered! and Installed 4542 NW 13th St. OPM 10 A.M. 'm 12 .loA. see you me 11th. U06 Wlidoto5

freshly parted insIde And s. ASSOCIATES. INC. byALL N. MAin Street Road 37..4654.' and DEVELOPERSSoles
out. Located on large let Wx Multiple Listing Realtor AMERICAN HEATING
104.. All this and more S4.I50.00 Grace Fordyce. Broker & AIR CONDITIONING CO. Offic.
Associates TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
FR 6-J2e7.
Call
terms.
Easy a. ASSOCIATES INC.H. Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden PH. 376-8258 OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE N.E. 23rd Bird. & llth Terrace
NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust Wayne Hill Helen GrahamCarolyn O. C Gay Dick BankS 19M NE 23rd Blvo.
completed file wooded lot. S Gardenhire Mary Parrlsh France Hough Sarah Gould 24 Hear Service CALL 372-8441. Phone 372-3471
miles out. Archer Rd. FR 2-4570. 19 NE First Street TeL 372537I 924 W. Univ. 374-1234
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45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 51 Misc. RentalsLOT 56 Business Opportunities 61 Wanted to Buy
41 Residential Income I 64 Household Goods

WANTED 2 male students to share LARGE 3 BR. Ito bath air cond., for rent for trailer. 100 x ito, BEER Tavern for sale, doing good CASH for your usea appliances
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- I house with 2 others. 1 blk. fenced yard. corner lot. partially shadY. off Archer Road near business. Call FR 4-6858 or FR 2- furniture. clothing etc. Call Williams !- THREE pieces matched uvenile
loining rental property. 200 ft. from campus. Contact Rod furn. $130 mo. Option to buy UF $20 Month. Phone 372-2051. 9196. Service Center HawthorneRd.
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Kirsch Travelodge Motel, W. later. 3764044.SUBURBAN. 372.3937. furniture. $80.Phone .
NOW
THE TIME IS FOR lease. one of Gainesville's top
Will sell
Ave. together or
sepa-
Univ. Ave., Rm. 114. 51-A Wanted To Rent
rately. :316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 2 bedrooms sleep. 5 service stations. Excellent opportunity COINS WANTEDAll 376-6819.
.
ing room. living room, dining for a man with moderate I
4752 PRIVATE. clean cool, 1 & 2 BR proofs & uncirculated dollars
trailers. Select setting. Water. room. Large yard. Near bus. NICE 3 bedroom furnished house capital to be a very successful -
42 Forms & Acreage yard & trailer maintenance furn. Rent $45. FR 6-5829. for Sept. 1st. Call anytime until I, business man. Call John Baldwin and REBEL crowns STAMP of the&world.COIN SHOP : 40" ADMIRAL elec. range like netr.I .
I .
FR 44404.ALACHUA
On bus line. Use of telephone. 3 BR. 2 baths. family room house 11:00 P.M. 3726673. 809 W. University Ave.w.iIr I $80. Call 372-4081. after 5.30 P.M.l&.w .
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr Adults only. no pets please. $40 large comer lot.. 4204 NW 13th WELL kept preferably modem 3 I Hardware Co. for sale. I t
30 acres highway frontage $6- :==ffimam8mw8wnI
600. 30 acre farm & citrus & $60 per ,-". Phone 372-9838. PI. 1 year lease $135 per mo. br furnished home. Possible 1 yr. I Phone 462-1201 or 4621259. -5 ,
4611 NW 6th St. Call FR 6-5746. lease. Call Mr. Clayton. 372-

House to Rent? grove down. completely equipped. $5,000 FOR RENT furn. duplex. all new. THREE bedroom. 1 bath home. 7173 between 5 & 7 P.M. MONEY MAKER, New business. I
water & hot water furn. No pets. Good location near Shopping
CALL COMPARE
!
3037 S.W. Archer Road. Phone
372- NEEDED
Call from I A.M. to 6 P.M. Center.
Angle Real EstateC. 4431 & ask for Wiggins. after 6 FR 2-5633. 25 diesel truck tractors not more Call Gladys Smith Realtor II

l_ Angle. Broker P.M. 3722081.CONVENIENT. LARGE 1 story four bedroom house than 2 yrs. old to lease for pullIng 1228 W. University 3725393
REMEMBER-A rental! vacancy COSTS O. J. Angle, Associate 3 room apartment with playroom. Liv. rm., din. I trailers In Central Florida. THESE HOME VALUES '
4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 $50 includes gas and wa rm.. kitchen combination. 4 ml. Permanent lease. pay weekly. ADVERTISE IN THE
ter. 305 N.W. 1St St. FR 62012or from town. Good yard for chil Call terminal manager 9 to BEFORE
ACRE lots paved road 2 miles YOU BUY
YOU MORE than the ad that will on I
rentit Garden SERVICE DIRECTORY
from city limits. Only $2200. Call FR 6-7568. dren. $125 mo. Call FR 22648. 5. Mon. thru Fri. Winter -

John Merrill. Realtor. FR 21494. 1 BR.. water furnished. 1 or 2 persons 2 BR house on Archer Rd. semi- Fla. Phone 656-2772 t

10 acres for sale $3,000 cash. 2Vi private entrance near Med. furnished. $65 per mo. Phone 372- I .....
Ave. Open 0235. 52 Boarders WantedMEN _.11I_ _ _ _
miles from Sperry on Monteocha School. 1322 SW 16th SAVE!
Rd. /i mile off pavement. Call Sat. & Sun.DUPLEX 5 room home 2 BR living room. The following Is now under
for and board. plentyof
FR 2-1787 for appointment only. apartment for rent at 4158 dining room & study. Bath upstairs hot water room and off street parking New Homesin construction and will be ready
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Appr. 1100 Acres. 15 mm. from NW 6th St. Kitchen equipped. $85 lavatory downstairs. 307 private entrance. Phone FR = for occupancy soonl
City on paved rd. Lovely 3 br. per month. SE 2nd St. Adults only. no pets. 6-6036
2 bath cent. ht. & air. largely in Kitchen turn if necessary. J. R. nlfll.w.w.LsffllnuwuEEa 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
EVERY DAY until it is rented Crane owner. 372-3632.
: perm pasture. priced at $300 per 46 Unfurnished Apts. 54 Business Rentals 3 BR 2 bath $600 dn. W
acre THREE bedroom house with stove The following art ready for month.
= per
800 acres. 10 ml from city on good ONE bedroom duplex. newly painted. and refrigerator furnished. Avail- WESTVILLANW g occupancy.
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS paved rd. $275. per acre. 1500 nicest in town for the money. able 1st week of Sept. 1311 N.E. LARGE Shop building. Long term .
: : acres within 5 ml of town on $65 mo. See anytime at 1958 N.W. 14th Ter. $115 mo. on lease. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th -- 4120 & 4121
paved rd.MARY 4th St. Weseman Realty, FR 6-2472. Ave. FR 6-5568 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr.

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day MOELLER. REALTOR 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd SMALL warehouse for rent. 16th Ave., 4 BR 2V4 baths. $1.990 dn.. 3 BR. 2 bath. $500 dn.. SSI

1019 W. University FR 6-4471 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Ave., Phone 3763401. DAN BYRD g $165 per mo. per month.

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day FOR RENT unfurnished house 3768268.FOR at 37th St. I I
CLAY COUNTY 20 acres on month. See 4119 & 4127
:2 BR. house $30 per
can be two or three
Lake Bundy. only $5.CCO with Elmo Yarbrong. Melrose, Fla. bedrooms LEASE 2IffimbnllfflnmwniW1UllBlm1llfllB1 N.W. 19th Dr. .
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day terms. GILCHRIST COUNTY will accept children. Located'at Modem air cond. suite of offices. 3BR.lbaThSOOdit$71-
Paradise. $55 5i
39 acres high dry land only 2 bedrooms CB., house fur. on per mo Large Downtown location near court
$2,200 cash. COLUMBIA COUNTY20 Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small lot. Phone Scruggs FR 4-5242 per month.
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day acres on Olustee Creek. 1 Br., house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- I or FR 63564. 372-7943 house and or 6-0817.federal building. Ph. WALTER STUBBSInc. Norwood

$2,000 terms. LEVY COUNTY- 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. 2 BR home with garage. Close to IIJIIJIIIIIBIIIlIIWtiiwqpjr.llI!

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day 40 acres near thriving Chief land, FOR RENT by owner 3 BR house. Univ.. $50 per month. Phone 3769264. FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store ALL OUR HOMES ARE
25 cleared. older buildings. Price $800
acres Perm- building. W. Univ. Ave. Hope
turn. No children or pets. '
on paved road. only $3,800 cashor per mo. Call Hershall Haynes OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY _
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day terms. has access to lake. anent. $100 residents.per mo.No window Call FR shop.pers. 6- 49 Rooms For Rent FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mizell FR I 22 SEEING ANYTIME IF
Rltr, NEWEERRY. 6-7551. Phone 376-5394 "H" I Inc.
S E SAPP 3451 or at 1000 NE 8th Ave. I I 5i YOU WILL JUST CALL.

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day BUSINESSMAN or student located
43 Colored ONE 2 BR house & one 2 BR large SMALL business or office space
Property trailer for rent in Micanopy. bedroom to share new 3 bed in 1600 block West University I We Trade Homes

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Call Brezina 4663343. room house with single man. $50 Ave. For more information "We trade !. 1123 SE. 4th STREET
,, New. Quality Hugh Eawards built per month. Call FR 6-(1.>29 after phone FR 63012. houses"I or Property FR -S301 ,.r FR 6-7989
home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. ONE bedroom newly painted. _6 P.M. I

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day As$2,000 low down as or$43.will per arrange month termsto with MONEY.NICEST IN See TOWN anytime FOR at. THE 1958 STUDENTS private entrance. muIllllllllllllDIIIIIIIJIIIIJII! ____ _._-,

suit buyer. Located 643 NE N.W. 4th St. semi-private bath $50 per month SUBLEASEBuilding
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 15th Street. efficiency. 372-0481 after 9 p.m.

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day I Hugh Phone Edwards.376-7971 Inc. One dec.dren bedroom 4146 or pets.NW house$65 13th a mo.St.furn.No Call newly chil.Mr. FOR ONLY.business man or student master 229 W. UNIV.at AVE. MOVE IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTSYOUR

HOMES FOR SALE Haynes at 6-2641 or 6-2930. bedroom. T.V., phone etc. prl. Next Door to Florida
2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & entrance. garage space avail.
$100 mo. . $3.33 per day 2 BR study $80 mo.
per 7th Ave. Small down payment.monthly sm. room. Call 372-6310 or 466-3281 after 6. Theatre.
payments to $65. partially furn. Water & elec. furn. _466-3281 after 6. PHONE 372-0440 CHILDREN CAN WALK SAFELY TO .
:7y 5 mm. from campus on 441S.
Also homes built r lotwith Ph. 376-5988 after 5. NICELY furnished room convenient -

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR no down payment. Ph. FEMALE roommate wanted to to town end University. prefer _
FR 2.4125. _
share new air conditioned house businessman. 8 S.W. 10th St. .
near campus. Prefer teacher or Phone FR 65981. 2 EXECUTIVE ;
1. Metcalfe
43-1 COLORED RENTALS graduate student. 3762129. Elementary
WANT ADS ROOMS FOR RENT. $8 per HOMES
RENTAL
SUN FURNISHED two bedroom house,
week. 502 N. Main St.
NOW RENTING Newnans Lake. $55 per mo. 4-BEDROOM-2-BA i -

COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex Phone 372-9941. LARGE room. private Vi bath and e>Enclosed Swimming Pool I 2. Howard Bishop Jr. High
apartments. large living and entrance. ext. phone. O Family Room
dining area. modem kitchen with 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Call FR 2-4682. Built-In Kitchen :

fan. large storage closets terrazzo Laundry Room I 3. St. Patrick's Parochial
floors. tile baths. space heat. BUSINESS MAN or graduate stu .
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole er and hot water heater, facill 2 BR. 1 bath. house for rent. $60 dent. Nice front room. no only Wall to-Wall Carpet
ties for washing machines. and month. 372-6936. roomers. 708 E. Univ. Ave. Dressing Room

(600 No qualifying $85 per PRICE SLASHED on lovely 3 BR paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 7 ROOM 2 story. 3 BR IV baths. LARGE furnished bedroom male Central Heat Air Cond.
month. 3 BR 2 bath built.in home featuring air cond., Irg. Ter. or call for appointment 372- $140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE students. $35 per month. Both Homes located In beautiful .
stove cen. heat. nice yard. attic with disappearing stairway _5321 or 372-5322. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. Phone 372-9941. high dry wooded area with 2-3-4
Drive by 4215 NW 21st Ter. Call Fla. rm. beautiful lawn paved streets. city water and
& shrubs in select neighborhood. Delightful Large house for rent.N.
p.m. 3725651.BY 4055 NW 12th Ave. FR 20089. 45 Furnished Apts. W. location. Fordyce & Associates 51 Misc. Rentals 9i
OWNER 410 NE 13th Ave.. 3 Inc., Realtors. 926 W. sewer.FRED MASON
NEW HOME FOR SALE Bedroom Homes
STUDENTS Ideal for two or Univ. 376-1236.
BR 2 baths. large living room.
BY BUILDER OFFICE space and living quartersfor ,
-tie-
includesall BUILDERFR
separate dining room. complete 3 BR. 2 bath central heat & air three $75 per month. 2 houses for rent unfurnished. May beauty shop. 5 room house.
laundry In separate room. large conditioning. May be seen by ap utilities except gas. Phone be seen behind Copelands Servo 320 Waldo Road for fringe area 1-8340 FR
swimming pool central heat & polntment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. 372-0481 after 9 p.m. ONLY. ice station. 4952483. On Willis- parking. Call FR 4-7005.
231"I
partly air conditioned. Lot 175 x
ton Highway.
375'. Will consider trading for income Phone 3762258.BY ONE bedroom on Lake Geneva
property. J. R. Crane owner OWNER. 2 BR. 1 bath. CBS 30 min. from Gainesville. No THREE bedrooms. draperies carpet .
3723632. house, lot 100 x 100. well landscaped pets. $45 per mo. Phone 47$- stove & refrigerator. Clean. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO
util. reasonable down payment. 2781. Meirose.EFFICIENCY nice yard. close to town and I
bath. CCB. carport
3 BR. patio.1 Payments $69.75 per $62.SO months payments. 840 N.W. APARTMENTS. $50 shopping area. 506 NE 2nd St. COLORED
rm.mOo Balance 8268. 3 miles from 55th St. 3721772. month. Phone 466-3<<8. $100 mo. Key at McDamell Fur
niture Co. in Gainesville Shopping
Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376- DON'T MISS THIS Center.
EAST SIDEr
9615. TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt
NICE 2 BR. or can be usedas 2 br in country. $70.00 MONEY
REAL Malory Gardens 3V mi. Southof GARDEN 3 br. 2 bath split level furnishedN.W. RENTALS DOWNV
excellent loca
3 BR house in Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths. .
tion. Nice corner shaded lot, I den for Dad. year 'round com APARTMENTS 3 br. 2$190 bath per Cent mo.air & ht $130 \ '
with Total price $11.500.
garage. fort. Priced right. Drive by. phone BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW A Village f Qtem
Phone per mo.MARY
available.
FHA financing FR 2-4625 or FR 28336.W000ROW $57 per month upGainesville's
owner 3727401.2BR.CCB. i SEAY
Finest MOELLER REALTOR
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
near school. carport air conditioner.screened stove.porch The Master Builder Furnished or unfurnished 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.

refrigerator washing machine. 39 Out of Town Property Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- 2 Bedroom kitchen equipped. 1 376-7971
hardwood floors. FHA approved. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- space heater. garage. Adults .
376-4463 days after 6 P.M. 376- LIQUIDATING properties High 9606. only. $65 Mo. 20 & 26 SE 9th St.
FR 6-5724 for Info.
5823. Springs Area from $5,000 to $25,. CLEAN. 1 bedroom apartment.
HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR. 2 baths. 000- Terms or Trade. 4541920. Across street from campus. Couples UNF. cottage. 4-room frame. Gas Priced from $13,90017,250
Fla. rm., wall to wall carpet living only. Call FR 22830 for de stove circulating heater.. vene-
room air condition. Phone 40 Business Properties tails. tian blinds. 2 screened porch.
3725347 or 3722080.UNFURNISHED WANTED working woman to live in $55 mo. Avail. Sept. 1st. FR 6- Sodded Lawns c

for sale or rent. 48.000 square feet business or manufacturing and share expenses with same. 4709. Swim Club j
Phone FR 6-0124. TWO BR. 1 bath stone and concrete .
2 BR. $60. 1924 NW 34th Ave. lot. Highwayand rail-
Will show Aug. 2930. road frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick ONE bedroom house trailer on private house. Freshly painted Air Cond. Optional ; l I
Agency. 31 N. Main. FR 2..04.7S' lot. Inquire at 15 SW 2nd walls. Inlaid oak floors Ig. shady _
30 ELEGANT pine trees. 3 BR. Place after 5:00 P.M.ADVERTISE yard. No children or pets. Colonials .i.w.iwlaU1
2 bath home. close to schools. x 125' CHOICE business property -a-- -
I 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035.
$600 equity no Qualifying. take on US Hwy., 4 ml. South of
IN THE Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
.
over existinq G. E. Mortgage.By st. Augustine In motel area. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home.
owner. FR 21310 or 67971. $3300 by owner. FR 66250. SERVICE DIRECTORY $110 per mo. .Call 376-7466.

AVAILABLE Sept. 15th. clean 3
BR. house at 515 NW 36th Ave.

Call 372-8989. ,, ,
.
SERVICESHome 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan- '

New Brick Homesby ., Large living dining area Double compartment sink ,HOUSE HUNTING!
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
S i Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
.i Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and .
Builder .i Large double sliding door shrubbery

And Business 3 &equipment 4 bedrooms, cen.built heat..In VA kitchen no C i Linen closets Closets S S Close Insulated to school Attic and bus stop CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORSTO
down payment. FHA from $700
BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For ..
down-no closing costs.
appointment call 372-5321 or 3275322Take FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS
$15,825The
Service Capital Builders Inc. ,
Appraisal PlumbingSEWER northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 bloclc.Gainesville' .

FRED B. ARNOLD INSTALLED NW.OPEN 37th Place HOUSE& DAILY 6th Strict brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.


REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL NEW & used fixtures. complete Call 371-OMI er 374-7788. Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central
plumbing service "BIG" JIM newest and most
SERVICE HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb. 4- 4- luxurious natural heating G.E. built-in kitchen paved streets all
121._W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Ing, FR 2-1589. ? apartment building gas ,

BulldozingSMALL UpholsteryUPHOLSTER ADMIRE LAKESHORE city services.

bulldozer loader. flump THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
trucks. till dirt lime rock. Topsoil your furniture at WIMBERLY ESTATES TOWERS
Phone 3727846. reasonable prices. Call Sally.
Experienced. FR -P88a. 4248N. MODELS AT $14,500.
HOME REPAIRSFIX W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. Uoyd Mynck Bldr. NOW 'LEASING

Offering more quality THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
UP for less moneyW
HOME repairing. carpentry. dry
MODERNAIRE MODELS
wall & plastering. painting. DO YOU NEED. Florida room, extra Mth Ter. off N.W. 39tti $14,350

372.7702 or 376-0107. room more room. roof work Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 .r
or maybe a complete new home?
For a free estimate. & guaran by app?. 372-5689. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
J LandscapingLANDSCAPE teed work, phone Carl C
Appliance Repair Waters. 3728019.EXPERIENCED. 1 MODELS $13,000.
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Air ConditioningA1 SERVICE CARPENTERPaint "

Grass-Sod-Garden stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Main-Nursery and repair lobs performed by SUBURBAN FHA and VA S Walk to elementary
carpenter who loves his trade.
HANDYMAN SHOP NURSERY CALL FR 6-4907 HEIGHTS and junior high
Landscape Co.
First In air conditioning and Appliance -. FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Gainesville's Newest From $400 down
repairs. We sell guaranteed
washers. refrigerators etc. Sewing Machine Repairs Prestige Address Better living and
FR 40267.Heating Mortgage Broker Built for Those Who Desire
CALL SEWING MACHINE SERVICE Only the Best.N. From $79 per month resale value.
Air condition and Refrigeration t
CO. 815 W. University
MORTGAGE MONEY W. 43rd N.W. 17th PL

Window make or units.model.service.Free Special We estimates repair price any on on 25 SVi years.per cent Interest. Terms to _Ave.Mak> .374-1075.Work fully We guaranteed repair all Built by Leading Four ef Builders Gainesville's Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn: ..

Central "heating and air condi. BUY BUILD REFINANCECall FRED MASONA. LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
tioning. 371-1311 or 2-5002. 24 hour TELEVJSIONPICTURE W. FLETCHER left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor. .
Pool
service Ask for Joe Teaoue Dan Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA MACOMA HOMESW. S Swimming Recreation RoomS .

TUBE Repair Special. SI P. RIDGWAY Acres of Picnic Grounds Central HeatS t

Auto Glass current and rates.conventional Terms at lowest to 25 tubes.per Inch 1 Year plus $10 Warranty.to Install Special most -- Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

years. Will gladly discuss at no Reconditioned TV's from $9.15. ------ Storage Lockers Garbage Drop ChuteS

AUTO GLASS Is our only bust- obligation.. Call tomorrow.J. THE VARIETY STORE Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks
ness. Immediate Installation, 31 N.W. Main KIRKPATRICK.St. Ph. FR Realtor 24494 7 SE. 1st Ave. STEVEN FOSTER 3 Elevators I- PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
free pickup t delivery. Add 4 Technician's with 84 years ex-
beauty & value to your car. FRED B. ARNOLD perience on all makes. HEIGHTSLocated I PRICED FROM$16,000UP
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. REALTORFHA PHONE 3764456FOR
_323 NW4tt_ > St. FR 4-2558 AND CONVENTIONALLOANS at N.W. 37th Place &
4th St. New brick homes under
Auto Equipment 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Sun Want Ads construction. Pick your own PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048
colon etc. VA I FHA Terms. (24 Hour Service)
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & and conventional loans. Low SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY

exchanged Repair kits for rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 by 2306 S.W.:13tll ST. U.S. HWY. 441
Walker Jacks. W. Univ. Ave. 3725393.F. Capital Builders. Inc.
BUILDERS
Factory authorized Get BUTLER BROTHERS
Results
Walker Hydraulic Jack H. A. & ConY. Loans N.W. 37th Place & 4tk Street
Service Agent. HULLS BRAKE FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. Cal 372-4341 .r 374-778 Butler Bros. BUILDERS
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. REALTORS I /
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65 Misc. For Sate '73 Musical MerchandisePRACTICE 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

CLASSIFICATION'INDEX 30?* DISCOUNT GLAZES PIANOS '63 PONTIAC Grand Prix 5-37. '57 FORD cony. new top. excel VOLKSWAGEN HAWES-POWERS MSOR
Interested in ceramics? Classes Upright pianos $95 and up hardtop fully equipped. Air conditioned lent condition. Valve lob being
; Mon.' Wed., PrL mghts. Open I Used spinet pianos $495 and op low mileage extra'clean. completed. A sacrifice at $723.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISEr to S- Closed Thurs Call 3725626. FR9648 after' p.m.
Used organs. $795 and up. SMITTY SEZ :
1 Mer.rlsa ELLA'S CERAMICS GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY 1956 FORD Fairlane 4-door one- "'60 BONNEVILLE loaded excel-
5 Card a of .(Wu led a. Bav 2145 Univ. Ave. FR t-5S6t Gainesville Shopping CenterFR owner, excellent condition for age. lent Condition. SI 650.
II F..ad a JbdtJatl' II T..1e Call 372-8703 after 5:30 P.M. Phone
I List 25353.Automotive 376-8687.
4 ....1.... ter'l.ea U Balldtnr Msteri.UI PRICES SLASHEDOn 57 CHEVROLET' Belair convertible
Lbrmstloa :: H.eaeY.Id G.... 1955 PONTIAC. 2. dr., auto. trans- MILLER-
'. Traul all types of office equipment.Less all 'power, good condition. Leav V-t
radio heater. $220. Call
N.U..a than wholesale. New used or
1 5 IIp.et.1 FMtla II Miae. Fer tale and rebuilt electric and manual ing town, must selL Phone 376- see after 5:33 PJVU 372-3251 at BROWN
.. CUI Car. n Trading P..ta ,adding machines; typewriters 2731. 1045 NE 13th PL .u.a"te
pBsby IlT.. G.. b. .. ArticleWuted cash registers; calculators; 100 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 1960 WHITE Dodge PhoenIx. 4 dr. 1958 FORD. Excellent condition. 1030 E. U"iy. _4wsw iI
DID,. T. /.. II 1'.1 OU_ II Wads check writers of all makes; like hardtop excellent condit III n. completely reworked. Low mileage FR 2-3582 V
71 Buts Marlll. E,..,. new. $20 and up. Terms can be 1963 YAMAHA Y-D 3 2SOCC molor- power steering & brakes. $795. ':, new paint new tires Call
AUTOMOTIVE :: camp -H.e$.Flak B arranged. Will take trade-Ins. University cycle. Four speed 75 MPG and $170 down balance at $52. per 372-0770 or see after 5:30 P.M. at
Ofaco EI.Ipmeet 75 MPH. crash bars and other
Office Equipment at F mo. See at 1018 SW 8th Ave. or 1410
SE 1st Ave.
76 A..la. lIal..taCe 'n Mulcal Mercludias & E CHECK PROTECTOR COM extras. Excellent mechanical con call 372-U72.
'I Trucks f.r aale PANY. 2727 NW. 6th St. FR 2- dition. Call FR 2.3721 after 5 '61 Cadillac 4 dr., extra clean 31.-I 1964
71 Trucks Wanted REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 0963 or FR 22105. PM 1961 VW deluxe sedan. extra clean. COO actual miles. $2395. See at I
II 1'ra.c.n II Track Eeataliat new engine. many extras. $1090. Tom Sawyer Pkg. Store 3921 SW
1'raDer aeatall n Mobile Noma for Sits HAY FOR MOWING approxImately 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Call 372-6153. 13th St. 376-2172. I
II le..n 11 acres Bahla & Pan-
p M.tereyele u Lots fer Bal.U FOR Sale Trade
gola Hay. Owner wants 25 pet. or for travel
Aato..oIlU. aepaln K Wst3rfton, Pr.p.rt of hay cut & baled. Ph. 372-8910 ; SPECIAL auto painting $29.9x Au- "64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles trailer '56 Super 83 Oldsmobile. I
IS Aata..lID.1 f.r lale as R..... F.r 1aI. after 3 P.M. tomotive repairs and tune-up. $200 down take up payments.Call good condition new tires. Phone FORD 1 1"We're
M $wsp Can at Cottar" For Ia1. Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. FR 2-7433 or FR 2.3785 after FR 64707.
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17 Eeal E.tat. Exckaagtd I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale. Phone 372-7915. 5:00 P.M.

EDUCATIONAL 21 S' Iteal E.Cata Wanted Works$4?. Parker perfectly.BarBQ Will sacrifice 1214 NW at AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up 55 CHEVROLET. standard transmission Hardtop 57 FORD convertible II
II le.11 II IDatraeUoa Oa' .f T..a P"P'7U 5th Ave. 372-9292. Special S2JO for performancetest. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- extremely clean
.0 B..laeaa Ail makes and models.of I
Mute Due i PreperueeZ0 tion. Call 3726638. 1815 NW 7th Ph. 376-3440 CLEARANCE
wut.4-lDItn.dea 41 .sd.aUaI*! L.mo NEED a second TV? I have this Chrysler built cars. Hawes-
n Farms II Acreage area's largest selection of used Powers Motor Co., Air Condi- PL
EMPLOYMENT 0.1 Celoreel roPirty SillS TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance tioning Servicing Center. 204 N. ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet 87 Automobiles WonterCARS
KIRKLAND RADIO & Impala. 2 dr. excellent
Main St. Phone FR 2561. hardtop
11 Wert Wsnttd MaJ. RENTALS TV. Hawthorne Rd., across from condition. Call Jones 3765351. WANTED .SO-S4 Fords
II W.rt Wute' F..aIoU Gainesville Drive-In. & Chevrolets. AI Herndon ServIce not asleep after the terrific responseto
Wuted 85 Automobiles for Sale '57 CHEVROLET 2-door. 6 cylinder Station. 916 SE 4th St. SALE
tiles Help F
4J ad last week. We're
Colored to
.r Fe..al. ProP.rty Rentlll LARGE oak desk with swivel chair original paint $595. Phone our cutting prices
U Belp-M.I.Wanted U Cottages a'.r Eal needs refinishing. (30 3841 N.W. CADILLAC 1955 red convertIble. 3728835. the bone again this week."
U Mal. Help U EDram&U.
FarnUked At. 17tr Ave. Phone 3727535 after
fully powered with new top. $200.See Value Rated
4. Vnfuralshed Apta 5:30 P.M. 1963 DODGE DART. air cond.
at Tenneco Stat. corner of
U Fe..al. Help Wut.d n HOIs" !.r Seat F.I'JI.CI radio & heater manual shift
Houses for Eeot. Antsrm = 24* HI-FI console TV; new 22" S. Main & 4th Ave. ww, Undercoating, perfect. $1895 Used Cars Sport, power
FARMS b LIVESTOCK u It..... fer It.aas self propelled lawn mower; also ''62 VW radio and heater white (& warranty.) FR 25170. I SHAW '64 CHEVROLET Super
: Form Eat...., 10 Hotel It..sn transistor radio. for English Ford. walls. $1295. Phone FR 2-8835. B&G MOTOR CO. steering, power
60 Blue CORVAIR. automatic
Ph. 372.1736.REMINGTON
Fuel II FertUlatr II Ifll. Eentalg '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with I transmission. $100 and take up \ brakes V8 radio heater, bucket seats, 3900
,
2 I Lln.tact II .ppfes IIA Wasted 1'. Rent electric typewrit. air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL payments. Balance $550. Phone Cadillac Oldsmobile I
U Lnellerptac 'rip 1.0 I! B.artler. Wanted SIM' Underwood office typewriter '54 Plymouth perfect cord FR 2-4680 after 5 P.M. 2001 NW 13th St. & miles. $
at r.t. A sppies IS Offle. Desk IpallS1 = J57JO Good condition. Call 43000 sworn to miles. $400. Call 2595I
LlnlC.ek Wufed It B..ell Eutata E 372-4738 after 5PM. FR 64404. OLDSMOBILE '53, good condition. ----- --- -- I I Was $2995 . . NOW
4 dr. sedan auto. trans radio 6-
f 1 X 12 rug S8; 4 lamps. $4 each; 1959 Lark 8. Power steering radio
FINANCIAL SERVICE service for 6 ovenware dishes. heater. $500. Phone Bill at FR 6- heater. $150. Call 3767870. FOR THE CORRECT I I Impala 4 door
61 Ballaesa Oppsrtealtles n 5pectal tenlee $10; stroller. $3; Fedders air 3843. 1963 FAIRLANE 500. 2-door automatic KEETER '
11 M.aev a. Lou 23 B.... 1mpr.rementsS cond., $75. FR 2-5543. V-8. radio tutone Good TIME 63 CHEVROLET hardtop, automatic .
$ Mortgages U Itaell. II 'l'V $er91e.SI 1957 PONTIAC. Starchief, red con condition. Call FR 6-0374. 707 N.W.
Meaty. Wulsd 23 Appfucs II F.rnitare BARGAINS In beds chests odds vertible. 347 cu. In., 4-barrel. 2nd FR 2-1411 transmission, radio, heater, power steering,
and ends at Treasure
Chest Fair .
Good college car. $300. Phone FR
w I banks lust north of airport. Open 63679. 238 W UniversityPhone V8, sharp.
Courtesy Of $2095
Friday for browsing.ALL Ave.BARKLEY
SUNBEAM Alpine excellent Was $2395 . . NOW
60
64 Household Good 66 Misc. For Sale mast.channel$12.50 1 TV antenna and 20 ft. cond., one owner many extras. University Chevrolet FR 65371CLEARANCE
; 3-speed reversible
i Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
window fan. $10 2-wheel
l-V antennas. $3 single stack, $7 ; like new 4 door hardtop
,
TAG APPLIANCESTested .
double stack $13.00 complete kit. utility trailer. $50; small portable MOTORS"IN ---- ---- 63 IMPERIAL
and Guaranteed Jim Voyles, 41' NW 8th Ave. Kenmore washing machine. '63 OLDS F-85. loaded Excellent crown, power steer-
42 Refrigerators from S39 up $10; 10 to 15' ft. adjustable tra- condition. See Mr. Green. University -
9 Ranges from S39 up CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew verse rod. $7.50. See at 538 N. W. City Bank. THE AUTO GAME- ing, power brakes, radio, heater, $/lQC
17 Washers from Sit up and Used $40 34th Drive or phone FR t-9914. BARKLEY'S THE NAME" I
NOW f TJ
air conditioned. Was $4595
5 Dryers from S49 up Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S "UNBELIEVABLE"Brand ADVERTISE IN THE 2201 N. Main St. SALE
2 Food-Freezers from SW
up FOTO INC. SERVICE DIRECTORY
2 Dishwashers from $49 up 41> W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 new sofa-bed and chair. FR 2.4373
IB TV Sets from S35 up $5995; platform rockers. $1295; E New Yorker. 4 door,
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. WE WANT TO buy late model used scoop chairs $19; all channel 63
64 DARTS DODGES
41f NW Ith Ave.Ph.. 3725303 refrigerators. Exceptionally High stacked antennas. $6; used refrigerators BIG 880s vnIlhLCIpower steering, power

FOR SALE. S hot water tanks 30gel trade-ins WILSON'S now given.EXCHANGE WILLIAMS. $25;SERVICE TV's. CENTER AUGUSTCLEARANCE CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS brakes, radio, heater, air con- $o | AT

JiO. gal.with gas butane heater gas attached tank. Com also 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 66479. Hawthorne Rd. 3723937. MELTOKMOTORS HARDTOPS ditioned. Was $3595 NOW O I VD

plete with gauges, 2 crane shallow TRADE your costly to operate BE gentle be kind. to that expensive -
well pumps. Inquire Lewis ELECTRIC water heater and carpet clean It with Blue
Jewelry Co. $48 for a new glasslined GAS Lustre Rent electric shampooer '59 BUICK Special, 4 door station
water heater. Much more hot $1. McDaniell) Furn. Co., GainesVille 63 BUICK
PIANO $100 Kenmore elec. range water at about half the cost with Shopping Center. Convertible Deal"TAKE wagon, heater.
Main St. Your Own $1845
703 N.
5691 Sofa bed & rocker set S35. "Figure
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE.
Bat lnette S9; car bed S3; baby ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110. USED gas apt. size range $25; FR 6-7571 Was $1995 . . NOW
recliner $2.3764851. gas space heater. $12.50; Call '62 CHEVROLET
TV perfect cond.. will sacrifice FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
NEW furniture at wholesale" prices 4 door H/T 2 door
for $30. Also RCA stereo port., TWO student desks. $8 each. hardtop,
: Birch dining table. $45 walnut 62 CHEVROLET
like new cond.. $37. 805 NE 11th
buffet. $88; table lamps $15; Ave. FR 2.5047.DOWLING'S 1 Dial 376-3737. '61 CHEVROLET GAINESVILLEAUTO DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00 super sport, power
dining chairs. $17 & $25 35"
UPHOLSTERY SMALL chest type home freezer. steering automatic transmission, radio, heater
bookshelves $15 24" a. 34" shut- 4 door
ters S4 & $5; glass & ceramic Chairs. low as $8. No money excellent condition. S7J. Phone SALES YOUR PRICE *000 18,000 miles.
down low as $5 per month. 376-0873. $1795
tile. SI SQ. ft. GADDUM IN. 1007 N. Main St.
TERIORS. 12 NW 3rd Ave. Free estimates pickup and ,delivery REUPHOLSTERED sofas & chairs 61 CHEVROLET Phone FR 2-6313 Was $1895 . . NOW
service. All work guaran Vt roll away bed, cedar chest Convertible
PORTABLE dishwasher. 1S Ken- teed. Phone 3767786. birdseye maple bedroom suite Northcentrol Florida's

more.Phone FR Excellent 6-5890 to condition.see. $75. KODAK mm f Replna 1.' normal reflex lens S with 135mmf 50- ch electric swings.range wash dressers stands.new brass pore 62 COMET Independent Largest Dealer 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE '62 CAIDI rMllxLMlXC AMC matic"500"transmission 4 door, auto-

andirons antique china cabinet, ,
COUCH. chairs & end tables $25 .5 telephoto lens; 60mm screw-
Dinette set $10. Phone 3724455. In In filters and aux. lens case All brit .Items.a brae Nearly and .other Nu household Furniture '61 COMET THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT radio, heater, V8. $
first class condition. $200. Daytime i 345
ROSE sofobed and choir like 3721145 nights 3724537. Shop. 324 N.W. Sth Ave. t Was $1495 .' NOW
Phone 3764892. 62 METEOR
FR 6-8484.
new; $40. Now Specializing In Ladles' Better
TROPICALPONTIAC
Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I 8 BOY'S red Schwinn 26" bicycle $20,
REFRIGERATOR $35. baby through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional 104 NW 18th Av.. '63 COMET POOLE-GABLE"0 4 door, station wagon,
bed with mattress $15, Ph. Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER 62 FALCON automatic transmission,
3768690. DISCOUNTS. S.W. 1st Ave '70 Boats-Marina Equip. '63 COMET
nue. radio, heater, 17,800 miles, sharp.
TWO chests of drawers good Convertible 302 N.W. 8th Ave. $12"5
cond. 4 & 5 drawers $10 each. BOLEX 8mm movie camera F 15! 12 I less Ft.aluminum than 1 fishing$100.boat,PhoneF used FR 2-2583 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 Was $1445 . . NOW
Also f Ft. Kelvinator refrigerator lens $25. Two child rocking year
perfect cond. 404 N. W. 14th chairs, $4 and $5. Phone FR 2- R 27101. '63 MONTEREY I

St. Phone FR 27OT3. 7101. 25 h.p. Johnson outboard motor 4 door crown, powersteering '
FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator for sale NEW ana used chain saws lawnmowers first $75 takes. Phone 3722489. '60 DODGE 62 IMPERIAL
$40. Excellent condition. Must edgers. tampers light 9 ft. plywood boat. Ideat for lake power\" brakes,
sell, leaving town. Phone3724X02. plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs home or for fishing. Easy tc '61 FALCON 5 % & 5 % SALE radio, heater, air conditioned.
& Stratton. new and used mo handle. $20 gets it. See at 11' $2995

GE elec. stove for sale, $25. Call tors.Meyers Rental Power sales Tools.and 230 service NE N.W. 20th Ter. FR J-4153. FALCON Was $3195 . . NOW
after 5:30 P.M. 372.7038. 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. 60 1964 RAMBLERS
'" 72 Office Equipment
66 Misc For Sal*. SEWING MACHINE '53 FORD I LI 2 door' hardtop radio,

1964 Automatic twin needle zig zag PRICES SLASHEDOn Golaxie, Air 2 DOOR COST $ 1693 01 VALIANT heater. $
In new cabinet. Makes buttonholes 945
Excellent LEFT condition.IN AN ESTATE'*4 Model overcast applique s a t in Less all than types wholesale.of office New equipment used SEDAN plus 5% 84 Was $1045 . . NOW
stitch fancy designs mends etc. 61 FORD
Mat.
swing needle. Zig Ilg-DIII- and rebuilt electric and manual -
Ic sewing machine. Does all $6 per month. Balance S72. Mtkell -
t"fancy stitches button holes. 's Sewing Machine Service Co adding machines; typewriters; Pickup 4 door station
i, sews on buttons. Monograms. Ap.I 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 61075. cash registers; calculators; IOC 1777 761 PLYMOUTH
check writers of all makes like ,
pliques blind hems etc. Pay off new. $20 and up. Terms can be 52 CHEVROLET wagon power
balance of $42.50 or assume 2 pieces of upholstery material at arranged. Will take trade-Ins. Unl Pickup steering, power brakes, radio, heater, auto-
a reduced price for quick sale.
monthly, payments to suit. Call One 54" x 24 yards. One 54* x. verify Office Equipment at F matic transmission, dual air'
3727680 Mr. Bennett. United Utility Body
COM-- I
22 yards. Home Beautiful Fur. & E CHECK PROTECTOR $1 1 095
Sewing Center. niture. PANY. 2727 NW. 6th St. FR 2 conditioners. Was $1395 NOW
Thor Multl Matlc Air Tool kit. 0963 or FR 22105. '59 OLDS
ST. PAT'S size 8 & 10 shirts size
Makes 7 all air driven.
tools.
Carrying case & quick disconnect- I 6 lumpers. PEDESTAL table & 4 Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! 4 door station
hoses. $50. FR 6-2377. fiberglass chairs $30. 1526 N. E. I' '73 Musical MerchandiseWILL 58 OLDS 60 CHEVROLET
STANDARD
12th Ter. EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST! wagon, automatic
Formica top 18 X 20" boards for
do It ur setters. $1. Kiddie- .357 mag. $65. Colt buntline $55. transfer to responsible party '53 PLYMOUTH Home of 5% Profit-5 % Financing transmission, radio heater, air $
end table. Kitchen bin ,or board., .25 auto. $25. Phone 372-6178 choice of four spinet or consolepianos. ) 095
Gainesville Auto Top Shop. CRIB & mattress. $15; clothes chest. Pick up payments of Wur. STATION WAGONCRANE conditioned. Was $1195 NOW
litzer Spinet Piano trade backsave
$10 lump horse. $5; bounce seat RIDGWAYMOTOR
300 ft. 36-inch fencing wire; 2 36- $220. Wurlitzer Organ with

wood Inch steel posts.gates$35. and Phone 24 3764266.bet. treated. I'I'I $3 baby sterilizer carrier seat& $2 12; play bottles.pen pad$5;. sound. &we motion have a pick piano up to payments fitt Bel Air, 2 door,
$2; 2 metal bunk beds no mattresses y60 CHEVROLET
Spm. ,
i
$10 air cooler & stand any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO. CO. power steering,
702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
LOSE WEIGHT: safely with new i $15 15 gal. aquarium. complete LINCOLN MERCURY radio heater automatic transmission air
& stand $4.5; set of women's golf TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS ,
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only *8 cents.
I 9 PER WEEK. Canova Drug clubs & bag $35; Polaroid camera Buy now for this fall. Many to 516 South Main St. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 conditioned.
Company old but works $20; picnic choose from. Instant credit. FR 6-2425 $945
table .. 2 benches $20; wooden Gainesville Music Center Was $995 NOW
QUAILS for.tale. Live *r dressed. table & 4 chairs $10 527 NE 3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave.
Phone 481 2474. 12th St. Phone 372-0574.
station wagon, classic
61 RAMBLER
4 door, power steer-

, END OFT HE MODELCLEARANCE ing, automatic transmission, radio heater,

rack, air conditioned. $1 OAF

Was $1495 . . NOW I OV JILf


paradox \ FORD 4 door, automatic transmission -

Galaxie "500" 2 door hard- OU radio, heater. $'r-f> r
,
'
*63 FORD Was $795 . . . NOW J7JILf
top, automatic transmission,

radio, heater, air conditioned, $2495 \ 2. door, standard trans mis-

new tires, etxra nice. . . J OU FORD ion, heater.

.r This five-passenger family car regularly contradicts.its. peacefu .appearance' by running off com' Was $695 . . . NOW $545
77 4 door sedan,
i '
63 RAMBLER bucket seats, automatic petition-equipped and winning international races-and.rallies/Score to date: more than 140 firsts '59 PLYMOUTH 4 door station

transmission, radio, heater, air conditioned, and in wagon, power steer-
in 23 countries. Because of its.!"outstanding performance7reliability versatility competition
brakes radio heater air condi-
power steering, power brakes $2395 ing, power ,

extra nice. . . . . around ,the world," Cortina has been named International Car of the Year" by Auto-Universum, al)] tioned, a beauty. $895

i Was $995 NOW

door, 6. leading European motoring publication. Imported and distributed by Ford MotorCompany,Cortina!

63 CHEVROLET ::;.cayne'$2 I 2 door
hardtop
automatic transmission radio heater.179 5 ,is now available in the GT, 2. or 4-doordeluxe sedan and the station wagon.The 2-door deluxe lists ,57 DODGE steering, power, power brakes,

,
for only $1755'and,like all Cortinas, offers bucket seats,a four-speed synchromesh floor-mounted radio, heater, new tires, sharp. $495

Was $595 . . . NOW
'63 RAMBLER seats 770"radio 4 door, bucket (gearshift, five-Passenger'"comfoit-American size :nuts and bolts, ample luggage room-and up to|
$
I 4 door, station

heater, twin floor shift. . .'. 1795 !1,32 miles to the gallon. Automatic transmission is 'also"available on most'models:*(Cortina's four 58 STUDEBAKER wagon, automatic .


the Anglia Deluxe offers most'of the Cortina advantages"and lists for I transmission, radio, heater.
passenger counterpart, new ; $375
FOR.D Ga'axie l 500" 4 door, hard- Was $445 . . . NOW

62 top, automatic $ 1 IO/D only 1598.:) Meet Cortina the 1964* "International Car of the Year' the economy compact that I

transmission, radio, heater, nice. 2 door. runs
.. is the new look in race winners. Your English Ford Line dealer invites you to explore this paradox.Manufacturer's 751 PLYMOUTH good. $


'62 RAMBLER American 4 door, suggested retail price, East Coast P.O.E. dealers. Destination charges, heater, other optional equipment and* Was $87 . . . NOW 86

heater, state and local taxes and fees, if any, are extra. Whitewall tires shown, $24.95. Overseas delivery available at substantial savingsj

low mileage . . . . 1 095 '59 ENGLISH FORD runs
,I goad. $- .

... I Was $75 . . . . NOW 74
Cream Puff


57 CHEVROLET 4 door Bel Air, 62 VOLKSWAGEN (2) heater.

hardtop, auto- $1295
Was $1325 NOW
EP- .
matic transmission, radio, heater, $QAC I

like brand new.. . . . O7D inwipje'4 l
I
60 METRO
2 door hardtop.
a.&a $395
NO DOWN.PAYMENT r Was $425 . . . NOWI

iv'
Per Month Per Month c ,. I LI convertible, heater,
'61 Fiat $23 '57 Chevrolet $34 '- 00 TRIUMPH 4200 miles. $1 >inr

'59 Rambler 34 '57 Plymouth 27 Was $1595 . . NOW I **7 J

t '58 Plymouth 29 '55 Chevrolet 16 I

'58 Olds 16 53 Chevrolet 9 o --r' ;- J 4 IF YpU DON'T LIKE THESE PRICES MAKEUS

,AN OFFER.

RIDGWAY'S CAN, SELL FOR LESS
See: J. L. SMITH,. WJLBUR SLIGH, PAUL
BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED JUST 1iOIR

ACROSS,'THE TRACKS BARNETT, FRANK GRAY.

WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER :

,D Cortina t HAWESPOWERSMOTOR

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RIDGWAYMOTOR CO.



CO. CRANE MOTOR CO.

516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-4251 1MPERIAUVALIANT-CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-S1MCA

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_26 Gainesville Sun Thursday August 27 1954 .. ...
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Barryt"ears Political Move in Viet IN am Conflict '' .


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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.' son and chose Sen. Hubert H. -Declared he thinks the' -Said some form of negotia- public for an announcement that negotiations ,now with an honO-,ship-to-shore phone, declared water told him, the United

(AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater Humphrey of Minnesota to run Johnson administration is tryingto tions with Red China "might.be negotiations have been held. rable type of peace which wouldbe that was not his suggestion,.but States could stage a show of
sought privacy at sea today aft- with the President, the Republican profitable" when proWesternforces honorable to Viet Nam and
negotiate a settlement of the "I feel from that that we are one advanced by military men strength to underline its intentions
er thrusting the guerrilla war in nominee for the White Southeast Asian fighting before can deal from a positionof considering it and we are closerto honorable to those men of ours and civilian experts. -
South Viet Nam squarely into House cruised the waters off Election Day; said that timing strength in Southeast Asia. it than Congress or the public who fought and died over
his campaign against President Southern California. would be wrong and added he -Labeled the U.Sbacked realize," he said. there." I. These advisors, Wagner ,quot- Goldwater, in red pants and a

Johnson. Lolling against the stern rail fears such an agreement wouldbe war against Communists in The enemys hould be the one, ed Goldwater: as saying, recommended -, white polo shirt, said he plans to

While the Democratic National of a borrowed 83-foot yacht a giveaway to the Communists. -South Viet Nam an issue of ma- Goldwater said any future actually, that should institute that when the South spend his vacation days fishing,
should involve
Convention nominated John- Wednesday, Goldwater: jor concern to the voters in the negotiations as negotiations, Goldwater said, Vietnamese military situation is working a portable ham radio
presidential race little Communist participationas "unless through the United Na- improved, the United States!set, and preparing the speech

i Goldwater, striking a theme possible.But tions you can find interest in send word to Red China de-: with which he will formally
manding that nation stop sending launch his campaign at Pres-
the i raised in Cleveland, Ohio, he indicated Red China both sides. ,.
have to in supplies that end up in the cott, Ariz., on Sept. 3.
Weekend two days ago, said he expects to would play a part any Through press secretary Paul
hands of Communist
hear "most any day" of a negotiated settlement negotiations."I've Wagner ,he relayed a clarification guerrillas. The senator and his wife planto

i settlement in Viet Nam. thought for some time of his comments on negoti- If the Chinese do not halt stay on the yacht Sundance

I The senator told reporters at that a talk like that with the ating with the Communist Chi- shipments, Wagner said Gold-!until Aug. 31.

I the floating news conference in Red Chinese might be profitable -
Catalina Island's Avalon harbor ," he said. nese.Wagner said uoiawaier, on a:

,his "political bones" tell him But, he added: "I don't thinkwe IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN'I ,
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA -
i word of negotiations can be expected can possibly come out of any THENEW

before Election Day. LEGAL NOTICE IN FILE RE NO.: ESTATE OF .

$gw1eiats "I hope it's not a giveaway to The University of Florida will receive WALTER PRESUMED SIDNEY TO BE LANG.DEAD.JR.
bids for the general class of commodities
the Communists, he.said. "I]
I as indicated below. Interested bid- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
(suspect that's what it will be if ders may obtain forms specifications and LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATIONTO
other information by contacting the Pur- : ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
I we have one. chasing Division Room 106 Tigert Halt THE ESTATE OF WALTER SID 1
University of Florida. Gainesville. FlorI- NEY LANG JR., PRESUMED TO Ii ii
Goldwater said this is not the da. BE DEAD: -
i I time for peace talks. 'Before 64 Tuesday Meat and 10:006Hospital Staples bids open every You duly are sworn notified has that been a filed written prayingfor petition I

any negotiations are begun that < Supplies bids open every Letters of Administration in subject
Monday 3:00 estate and the
undersigned County Judge
I'involve us directly or indirectly, 64-117 Auto. Typer 10:30 A.M. Sept. 4, 1964T. being satisfied that the legal presump I
N.WELLS tion of death has been established:
STRETCH DENIM SLACKSLadies we must improve our militaryposition'"he Director. of Purchasing You. Walter Sidney Lang. Jr. if alive. ;(; ITIZE.NHBi
I (3566) 8:20 27
said. "I don't think or any other person Interested in subject I
,
I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER estate shall produce before me the
stretch slacks in Avondales Denim with : the military situation is such FICTITIOUS NAME undersigned: County Judge of this Court 1<
Pursuant to Section B6S09 Florida within three (3) months from the 13th
waistband &back zipper in three popular colors- that we have much to bargain Statutes. notice is hereby given that the day of August. A. D. 1964. (same being t
beige & blue. $ 97 with." undersigned. Jack Horner George Kos- the first insertion of this notice) satisfactory ,
green 2 I sic. Walton Hunter Jr. doing business evdience of continuancy In life '
Sizes 8 to 18 Goldwater said he read a under the firm name of Electron Mic of the said Walter Sidney Lang Jr.
recopy Supply Co. Gainesville Alachua H. H. MCDONALD
I newspaper report forecasting County Florida intends to register said County Judge PARKINGii
A tremendous value at only ---NO\nr fictitious name under the provisions of (3555) 8:13, 20 27; t:3
,negotiations for peace in South ,the aforesaid Statute.
:Viet Nam. He mentioned a Cen- Dated at Gainesville Florida this 18th
day of August A. D_ 1964 I I
I I tral Intelligence Agency report, I WALTON B. HUNTER JR. J.IC.MAY
,
i(3564) 8 20 27 9:3. 10NOTICE
;
:
OPEN
I saying it also talked of negotia- __ __
INTENTION iw SilAE
:; vr
<<
I tions. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Stat .
He said that "is the typical l utes. notice is hereby given that the'' .
TRIMMED NYLON BRIEFSOur M. Reber Jr. doing Business
undersigned Byron p'
I '
used to the
pattern" prepare business under the firm names of Lord
Byron's Lord Byron's Dutch Treat Restaurant Auto
most popular ladies panty in 40 denier nylon [Gainesville. Lord/lachua Byron's County Discount Florida.Drugs intends I t( : Hont. L Mr SOON
C fictitious name
said
Gainesville Sun to register
delicately trimmed in nylon lace. Our regular $1 87 I under the provisions of the aforesaid 1 ,' t .

seller, in white, black red, beige, blue, pink. Published evenings except Statute Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 5th j Life -
Saturday, and Sunday mornings day of August A. D., 1964 .! 215 N.E:
Sizes 4, 5.6.7. BYRON M. REBER JR.
the Gainesville Pub-
by (3536) 8613. 20, 27 lit Street
lishing Company at 101 SE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
NOW / 2nd Place Gainesville Florida By virtue NOTICE of an OF Execution SHERIFF'S issued SALE out of I FR2.3576 ,.
3 $2.50 and entered as second class the Circuit Court of Alachua County : i- I
matter at the Post Office at I Florida I nn the case of J. I. Case Credit 1
Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION ,Corporation versus Lonnie Caraway dat-
l. ed the 2nd day of April 1963. I have i
levied upon the following property to-
RATES BY wit: .
CARRIER OR MAIL One Case P-Picker S-N (198970
1 Week .45 And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County -
3 Mos. $5.85All I day, Florida of September will on 1964 Thursday between the 10th the
SHORT SETS & SLACK SETSOur
'hours of 11:00 a.m:In front of the North
moil subscriptions must Door of the Sheriffs Office located in
be paid in advance. i'the Alachua County Courthouse. Gaines
entire stock of short sets. Slack sets now reduced Member of Audit Bureau of ville/ Florida offer for sale said property -
and sell the same to the highest
for immediate clearance including blouson Circulation. I bidder for cash to satisfy and pay said

tops overblouses & crop-tops. All material contained herein Is !having execution been fees levied and costs.upon The by me property and .. -
97 the property of the Gainesville will be sold as the property of the de- CLEARANCE
Values $4.99 to $6.99 $ I Publishing Company (c) 1964. fendant.J..
Reproduction in whole or In partIs M. CREVASSE JR.
\ strictly forbidden without the Sheriff Alachua County FloridaBY MISSES' WOMEN'S & JUNIORS' DRESSES
written permission of the publisher. : NOVALENE M. HOON. D.S. ,

NOW ONLYPatkELSkap4 !. (3553) 8:13. 20. 27; 9:3 WERE 89912.99 . . . . . . NOW. $4-$9 ..

MISSES', WOMEN'S & JUNIORS' DRESSES, 1

WERE 149919.99 . . . . . .. NOW $10-$13

MISSES', WOMEN'S & JRS'. BETTER DRESSES, i

I WERE 229969.99 . . . . . NOW $15-$30
,
EVENING I DRESSES,

WERE 199955.00 . . . . . NOW $8-$35'


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SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE ... 7.99 *. WITH YOU, NOT

To be in velvet is to be in fashion this fall and I &,, : j'1 ON YOU !

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sophisticated black, or any of half a dozen colorsto
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BERKSHIRE i SIZES 32-38
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STOCKINGS ; WERE 3.99-6.99 . NOW $2-$4 fi f Contour Cups and

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MATERNITY DRESSES
AUGUST 27 THRU SEPTEMBER 12 f 4 =q ( I White only

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fashion colors. AI wih the farms Nyfcx? I Run, : WERE. 35010.99, NOW 1.50-6.00 I ry. WARNER'S3"SASHAY"

Barrier at.top and toe.. Look at ihe savings! I i

b Regular Price Sale Price 3 Pairs I! UNIFORMS I & SMOCKS I II I II ,M2t-

$1.35 .. $1.09 $3.19 I WERE 59914.99, NOW 1.00-10.00 I a 4- ; I Similar:to illustration.

$1.50 / $1.19 .'93.49j '.- i I

$1.65 91.29 $3 78 = Budget Uniforms Ind Foundations,
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