Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00187
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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00187
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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tf:I 3 t.,fill/ d wrx.aM+ s III By MARJORIE HUNTER President Makarios returns to sion.

WASHINGTON A restless Cyprus today after seeking mili- Some 2,000 to 3,000 Turks

. Congress, anxious to be off to tary and diplomatic support marched toward Greek and U.S.
the ,hustings, reconvened todayto from the United Arab Republic.The embassies in Ankara, the Turk-
decide such politically crucial Greek Cypriot leader, ish capital, but police stopped
issues as medical care for who flew to Alexandria Satur- them with barricades. In the
the aged and delay of court- day to confer with U.A.R. Presi- Aegean port of Izmir, firemen
ordered reapportionment of dent Gamal Abdel Nasser, said used high-pressure hoses to
3. state legislatures. Sunday that Nasser "reassuredme drive back about 150 persons at-

Hoping to capitalize on the of his support in several tempting to demonstrate at the
unity theme sounded at the ways." International Trade Fair.

Democratic National Conven- In an address in the Greek The demonstrations followedan
I A Time to Be WaryMotorists tion, President Johnson will be Orthodox cathedral in Alexan- appeal by Premier Ismet In-
onu for an end to the As
pushing for enactment cf the dria Makarios, archbishop of rioting.
grown; accustomed to speeding past empty school yards during the summer are reminded by the safety remainder of his legislative pro- Cyprus, reaffirmed "our deter- troops in battle gear patrolledTurkey's
and school officials to be alert for the flashing lights signalling schools are open once again. Doing their part with gram. mination to carry on our strug- largest cities, Interior
bumper stickers (above) to make sure the word gets around that schools open September 1 are Mark Godwin and Republicans In turn are expected gle to the end. We won't surren- Minister Orhan Oztrak warned
Laurie Beach. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) to rally their oppositionto der. that the government was ready :
to use force to restore order.
much of the administration
"We believe that with people Inonu said that while Turks
program, particularly such do- who have the strength to fight, had a legal right to free assem-
in mestic issues as aid to the depressed -
Schools Integrate Today MississippiBILOXI Appalachia region and we will win in the end and "live bly, there would be no securityif
free and united with Greece. unlawful demonstrators triedto
financing of medical care for
the aged through Social Security In other developments Sun- set national policy.
Miss. (AP) This are enrolled in four formerly sippi this summer. A wade-In at four of its five white atten- day, angry Turks staged anti- The demonstrators accusedthe
tourist-conscious Gulf Coast city all-white schools. attempt on the white sand dance centers, but no Negroes Thus, the remaining weeks of Greek and anti-U.S. demonstra- United States, Britain,
hopes for calm and quiet todayas The registration for the Biloxi beaches by Negroes eruptedinto appeared. the 88th Congress will be domi- tions for the fourth successive Greece, the United Arab Republic -
Negroes begin classes with school system took place some violence in 1960. Carthage, the largest schoolIn nated by some of the most in- day while the United Nations and the Soviet Union of seek-
whites for the first public school two weeks ago without incident. First-grade classroom doors the rural system, will conduct tense political wrangling of recent command in Nicosia chargedthat ing a Cyprus settlement unfavo-
desegregation in Mississippi be- School Supt. R. D. Brown said were opened to Negroes by a registration Tuesday for first years. Turkish and Greek flights rable to Turkey.
low the college level. he anticipated no trouble with federal court order which also graders. Civil rights sources say Some congressional lead e r s
The state is the last in the na- the start of classroom work. directed Jackson and rural three Negroes will register.The have predicted that the session
tion to integrate its elementaryand Any outbreak inevitably would Leake County to lower racial could run into October. How-
high schools under the his- affect tourism, a major industryhere. barriers. only other Mississippi ever, both parties will be hard Viet Nam PushesAntiSabotageDrive
toric U.S. Supreme Court deci- Jackson has registered 43 Ne- school system ordered to dese- pressed to keep their members
sion of slightly more than 10 Biloxi has been relatively free gro first graders with classes gregate is Clarksdale. To dateno within voting distance for all
years ago.Sixteen of the racial troubles that have slated to begin Sept. 14. Leake Negro applications have been 435 House seats and 35 of the
Negro first graders happened elsewhere in Missis- County registered first graders made public. 100 Senate seats are at stake in

the Nov. 3 election.

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; Mrs. Luce test of congressional strength By MALCOLM W. BROWNE premier gave a semblance of
Barry Returning since the Democratic Convention SAIGON, South Viet Nam stability to the government.
will come today when the (AP) Warning that further Whether the Harvard-educated

ay; Drops Out Senate opens debate on a propo- violence would be met with economist would remain at the
a sal to provide medical cue for force, the government pressed a helm remained uncertain.U.S. .
To 'Lucky Town'By the aged through Social Securi- search today for Communists Ambassador Maxwell D.
a.r Of N.Y. Race suspected of taking part in last Taylor flew Sunday to the

ty.This fight will find Sen. Hu- week's Buddhist-Roman Catholic mountain resort of Dalat, 140
HUGH A. MULLIGAN his campaign on the steps of the M NEW YORK (AP) New bert H. Humphrey, D-M inn., riots. miles northeast of Saigon:: to
PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP-) handsome, Grecian-pillared Ya- York Republicans meet today ina operating in his new role of The government said 449 per- confer with ailing Premier
Republican Barn Goldwater vapai County Courthouse. t Democratic vice presidential sons, including some Communists Nguyen Khanh.
formally opens his presidential Directly across the treeshaded ) supercharged political atmosphere nominee.Sen. have been rounded up in
campaign here this Thursday in plaza still stands the roaring to renominate Sen. Ken- Barry Goldwater, R- Saigon so far. CommissionHas
the city where his uncle, a remnants of Whisky Row, with < r neth B. Keating and cheer him Ariz., the Republican presidential "Many Communist special activities -
been its famous Palace Bar, and, on into battle against U.S. Atty.
staunch Democrat, has nominee, opposes the med groups entered the capi-
proclaimed Man of the Century. the opposite side, the Goldwater Gen. Robert F. Kennedy.The ical-care proposal. His running tal and have infiltrated various Heavy

Prescott, Elev. 5,354, Pop. 18- store. GOP was more optimistic mate, Rep. William E. Miller groups and organizations in or-
037, was the capital of Arizona Most of the signs of its pioneer about Keating's chances of R-N. Y., also is against the plan. der to sabotage public order and Load TonightCity
during the rip-snorting territorial beiginnings have disap- withstanding the challenge by The vehicle to which Democratic security as well as cause reli-
days. Pine-scented and moun- peared, including Prescott'sChinatown A Kennedy because of Clare leaders hope to attach the gious friction," a government Commissioners will pay
tain-rimmed, it now dreams of once the West'slargest YORKRl1mors Boothe Luce's decision Sundaynot medical care proposal is a communique said. the penalty for taking a week
becoming:: the summer White outside of San Francis- to run as a third-party can Housepassed bill increasing An army announcement said off when they tackle tonight's
House. It always has been Barry co.But Rife dida tee Social Security taxes and bene- troops would shoot at demon- lengthy agenda. i
Goldwater's "lucky town." Montezuma Street, alias Twelve matters includ
strators who refuse to obey or zoning I
Here he launched two suc- Whisky Row, still leaps to life Republican leaders had fits.Efforts to add any form of ders. For a time last week soldiers ing four proposed amendmentsto
cessful campaigns for the U.S. every Saturday night when the On Auburn feared she would have drawn a medical aid to the bill failed in watched with folded arms zoning ordinances, dominatethe
Senate. Here he learned mer- cowhands and the miners flockin substantial number of votes committee two weeks ago, but while Catholic and Buddhist agenda.
chandising, starting as a stock from the surrounding ranches from Keating, who won electionsix Democratic leaders will resume youths battled in the streets Other matters set for con-
clerk in the family store that and lead and zinc mines. Presidency years ago by 133,000 votes. their fight on the Senate floor. with machetes, bricks and other sideration include plans for fire
had the distinction of being the The faro tables and roulette Mrs. Luce said she withdrewin The administration will push weapons. station five, what to do with the

first brick building in Arizona. wheels have long since given and University of Florida agriculture a spirit of Republican unity. for its long stalled plan gen- Calm has been restored in post office building and appoint-
I Here he got his first taste of way to pinball machines YorkJr. erally known as the King An- A funeral of ment of a Plan Board member.
E. T. Her Saigon. procession
rock 'n' roll provost, Dr. decision eliminated a
passing out handbillsfor juke boxes, a derson bill that would The commission meets at 7:30
politics, pro-
said it wouldbe Catholics througha
where Little this morning threat by the state Republican 50,000 passed
his Uncle Morris, who was now blasts away The "presumptious" for him to organization to withdraw vide hospital and nursing home Buddhist section without inci- p.m. at the Utilities Operation
mayor of Prescott for 23 years Egypt doffed her draperies. sup- benefits to all persons 65: yearsof Center, 555 SE 5th Ave.
dent the bodies of
barbershop still advertiseshot comment on rumors that he port from the national ticket of Sunday as
and both speaker of the House local age and over. This wouldbe
in line for the presidency of Sen. six Catholics killed Friday were
baths at 50 cents and the Barry and Rep.
increases in Social
and president of the Senate in financed by
the Territorial Legislature. ranchers still stretch out their Auburn University in Alabama. William E. Miller.WHERE. Security taxes.If borne to their graves. Sleep Sickness<
mountain lion skins on the pool Reports from Birmingh a m Five battalions of troops stood
Morris Goldwater, who died in the Senate rejects this planan Cases IncreaseHOUSTON
1939 after a full and adventu- table in the Palace Bar to col- newspapers have listed Dr. effort will be made to at- guard on back streets. Others
lect the $50 state bounty. York's name among the likely lined the route to the cemetery.
rous life on the old Arizona fron- TO tach a compromise proposal,
Tex. (AP)
"Count the bullet holes in the candidates for the job being:: vacated Abraham Catholic priests called the vic- -
organize the state'sDemocratic Sen.
tier, helped sponsored by
ceiling-there's 17 of them," by the retirement of Dr. tims martyrs during an hour- Health officials hope by
I order of Masons D-Conn.
party, ,
urged a patron in the Palace on Ralph B. Draughon. FIND IT remise long Mass. A Buddhist monk at- Wednesday or Thursday to be
and constitutional conven- The Ribicoff c o m p
able to trends and
"And tended representative of the interpret establish -
tion. Lake Goldwater, the city'sreservoir a recent Saturday night. Dr. Draughon announced he would give Social Security ben- as
is named for him. see that big old wooden bar? will step down before the end Comics . . 14 eficiaries the option of either a Buddhist Association in a display how long this city'ssleeping
Sen. Goldwater will kick oH (See BARRY on Page 2)) of the year. Classified . 15-17 $7-a-month increase in cash of unity. sickness epidemic
Entertainment . 13 Despite the surface calm in peak might last.
York said he had benefits a $2 increase plus ,
not any 0 Obituaries . . 2 Saigon, a curfew remained in Twenty new suspected cases
official contacts with the Ala- Opinion .4 coverage by the gove'nment- of encephalitis were reported
Page . effect today. Schools were to
Colombia TerroristsHunt bama committee seeking Sports . . .9-11 sponsored medical insurance reopen Thursday.The Sunday, bringing to 413 the
I Draughon's successor, but he Women's . . 5 plan. appointment of Dr. Nguyen number of suspected suffers of
.. VictimsBOGOTA did say some of his friends in (See CAPITOL on Page 2) Xuan Oanh, 43, as acting the disease.
; Cabbies As Alabama had called and writ-
ten him about the possibility.York .

Colombia (AP) pistol, gagged and thrown Into came here about a year
Terrorists have discarded their the trunk where he will remain ago from Auburn, where he Negro Buildings Burned in Kentuckyleaders I
bombs and have seized upon until his assailants decide to deposit was director of the U. S. Dept.
tactics in what appears to him on some lonely road. of Agriculture Extension Serv-
be a campaign aimed at disrupting Some have suffered serious ice. The 41-year-old York is an MOUNT STERLING, Ky. Department of Public Safety's who met with the city's Louisville attorney James
the capital's transport injury though none have been alumnus of Auburn and a na- (AP-On the eve of a threat- arson squad sifted through the board of education earlier in an Crumlin, hired by the parents of

system.At killed. tive of Alabama. ened boycott of city schools by ruins of the all-Negro Dubois attempt to end the boycott 125 Negro children, said a suit
least 20 Bogota taxi drivers The tactic backfired recently "All I know is"what 1 saw in Negro parents protesting a School today. threat. The board has revisedits to force integration of all
have fallen victims in recent on one trio. Speeding without the newspapers, York said. "Idon't change in integration plans, an The school was burned Sun- plan to integrate all gradesof
would be
days to pistol-toting modern day lights through a northern sub- believe the committee has all-Negro school and a building day while firemen were answering city schools. It decided to integrate filed early this week
nightriders. Drivers in turn are urb, they crashed into another even met yet, and it would be that served as a Masonic hall an apparent decoy call at a only two grades this unless an agreement could be
for to
threatening to discontinue night taxi at an intersection. highly inappropriate me for Negroes have been destroyed white school at the other end of year, after it was learned more reached.
comment at this
service unless guaranteed more Police found what they de- on reports by fire.Montgomery the city. Damage has been esti- than three times the expected
time. Mount
protection. scribed as an acquaintance of mated at $210,000. number of Negroes had regis- Sterling between the
Police say the pattern is get long standing among the injured He said the chairman c! the County Atty. The Masonic hall, owned by tered to attend white schools. bluegrass country and the Cumberland -
Alabama committee selected to Henry Bramblett said he
familiar one. trio-a well-known veteran soap- has re undertaker W. D. Banks, an active Mountains had
ting to a find a president for Auburn, quested state police be alertedfor After Dubois school was
called "The Man behind
Two or three men will hail a box spieler leader in the local NAACP lagged the remainder of
Frank P. Samford of Birming- possible duty guarding thecity's burned the school board met in
cab sometime after 9 p.m. on with the Torch" ("El Hombrede chapter, was leveled Sunday Kentucky in school integration.The .
ham, was out of the country. He three white schools. The
of the city's busier streets la LlamaL" night. Two policemen who an emergency 90-minute closed State Department of Education
back this .
end order the cabbie to drive to Oscarl Gil, who picked up the is expected wet.! disturbances shattered years of discovered the blaze said they session. Later Supt. Jack Miller said earlier this month
a suburban address. tag through his practice of hold- Since coming to the University calm in the state's school inte- could smell kerosene and reported issued a brief announcement that 99.4 per cent of the state's

Somewhere along the way the ing aloft a lighted torch at of Florida, York brought various gration moves. seeing a large can burn- that the board had decided to school districts with Negro and

driver will get roughed up, robbed street corner political rallies, agricultural agencies un- Agents of the Federal Bureauof ing under the steps. suspend the school system's operations white children have been inte

threatened with a knife orb (See TERROR on Page 2)) (See ,AUBURN on Page 2) Investigation and the State Banks is one of two NAACP until Sept. 8. grated.r .


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2 Gainesville Sun Monday, August 31 1964

Weather Roundup

Draws Praise Criticism .

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p WASHINGTON (AP) Geor ington and his Senate duties aft- of every principle that has guided -"get out on the stump and talk'ship in Americans for Democratic Congress.But 6oAOIC.IU co ,... ... C I 1'a t.___

gia's Gov. Carl Sanders says the er a long weekend of relaxationand the Republican party in all to the people" in the South, San- Action which he said the central issue, he said, .

I Democrats' selection of Sen. campaign planning at John- its years." ders said "this man is a great I should be called "Americans for is "does the United States wanta ZONES'S -..-...-..-.- .-

hubert H. Humphrey as their son's Texas ranch. Johnson remained In New York State, Clare campaigner." I Socialistic Action" Burch man as cynical as Johnson for B, C, D: Partly cloudy 'I \ \

vice-presidential nominee "will there for some more un- Boothe Luce withdrew as a Burch criticized both Johnsonand president." through Tuesday with few ,al. elAlUl4.u..
said the association has "effec- \
prove to be an asset" to them, winding after the party's Atlan- potential Conservative party Humphrey on the CBS pro Contending that Johnson "is widely scattered afternoon a__. .
but Republican!: National Chair- tic City convention. candidate for U.S. senator, paving gram "Face the Nation," and tively killed the question of ex not the type of example that I.I'thundershowers. Low tonight \ F \ G

man Dean Burch contends it Johnson's Republican oppo- the way for a head-on clash said the convention which nomi- tremism" in the campaign. lends itself to absolute law and in the 70s. Variable mostly E ,

will unify and help the Republican nent, Sen. Barry Goldwater, between Sen. Kenneth B. Keat- nated them was "most undemo Incidentally, the ADA, which order," Burch said: southwest winds 5 to 15 miles ..,.. ;---.t:_:'
party. also talked campaign strategy ing and Atty. Gen.Robert F. cratic." I i describes itself as a nonpartisangroup \ \
Another participant in the during the weekend, meeting Kennedy. Keating was in line He called Johnson "a complete supporting policies of the "I think that cynicism has per \ Ii....

weekend's radio-television inter- with Dennison Kitchel, his campaign for Republican renomination today cynic," and said his choice I New Deal and the Fair Deal, been established by his going ZONES V --:;
I along with the idea that let's A: Clear to partly cloudy and rather I-'I'%' :.. !"i'
aboard yacht and for the Dem- Humphrey as a running mate announced it is enthusiastically % : .. :
views, Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D- director, a Kennedy 101 hot Tuesday. Low tonight 70 to 75. _
N.C., conceded that Humphrey's"off Newport Beach, Calif. ocratic nomination Tuesday. !!was "cynicism of the ultra I'''supporting the Johnson-Hum stop the (race) riots until Nov. Variable hour. winds I to 16 miles per '-.1 .

liberal background would be a Rep. William E. Miller of New i Sanders, appearing on the type." As senators, Humphreyand I phrey ticket. 3, until the election is over, and E, F, G. H. I: Partly cloudy through

liability in some respects in the York, the Republican vice-presi-' ABBC television and radio program Johnson often took opposite : Among campaign issues, then you can" have all the riots Tuesday thundershowers.with widely Low scattered Inrvght; afternoon in. ,__,

Scuth. But he predicted the tick- dential nominee, issued a "stop, "Issues and Answers," sides on issues, Burch said, and I I Burch said, will be lawlessness,you want. the 70s. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles I

et of President Johnson and look and listen" caution to Re- said he didn't think Humphrey's they opposed each other for the I in American cities, the situation I He told a questioner, however, per hour. ALMANAC GAINESVILLE WEATHERSunst

Humphrey would get a majorityof publicans who might be thinkingof selection would hurt Johnson's Democratic presidential nomination -II in Cuba and Viet Nam, and the 1 he is not suggesting that John- Sunset today today ............., ............. 6:53 6:53 p.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
the South's electoral votes. supporting Johnson. A switch, chances in the South. 'in 1960. wealth Johnson has acquired I son has no concern over riots Moonrise tomorrow .-...... 1:06 a.m. High Low Precp.

Humphrey returned to Wash- he said, "would be a flat denial I Suggesting that Humphrey Noting Humphrey's member- since he became a member of I II after Election Day.ebituarit5. The New planet Moon.Jupiter-...is Saturday now well night.up Miami Jacksonville 94 Si 80 77
in the east at midnight. The cluster' Tampa ta T*
I II of dim stars to the left of Jupiteris AtlantaNew 87 '0
r the Pleiades.CEDAR. OrleansBoston e 3 '* .03
Power Phones Still Out Tuesday High at 8:20: am. and New WashingtonChicago York 91 74
In The 11:32 p.m. Low at 2:23 a.m. and 4:23 SBs to s 74; S1

p.m. Kansas City U f9 ___
EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to Ft. Worth U 77
CHARLES BROMLEY He was a Mason and livedin IS knots through Tuesday with a few Los Angeles 77 4
Hurricane I I scattered showers. Seattle 43 47 I
In Dade From CapitolWASHINGTON EVINSTON Services for Evinston for 20 years I

Survivors include a cousin,
Charles H. Bromley, retired Day
Mrs. Edna Richardson of Evin- i
Southern Bell Telephone and (AP) The carpenter, will be Tuesday at
MIAMI (AP-Approximatelyi) McNayr. i I ston and a brother, Fred, of a;;
35,000 homes in Dade County Telegraph Co. said half the 61- Meanwhile, a 400-man team of i Internal Revenue Service promises 10 a.m. at the Williams-Thomas I Whitewater, Wisconsin. are expected to i near 90 and low in the 70s
I something next in Chapel with Dr. U. S. Gordon average near the seasonal nor I Rainfall will to two
still without electric new year average one
were power 000 phones out of order had emergency insurance adjustors Burial will be in Wisconsin I
today and nearly as tele- I.a perennial effort to make tax officiating.He mal during the period ending at!i inches but with considerable lo-
been and with 1 "00 will work in Dade Brow- with Williams-Thomas in chargeof
repaired begin ,
phones were out in the wake of .refunds to missing taxpayers. died Saturday night at a local The 7 a.m. Sunday. Normal high,jcal variation likely.
Hurricane Cleo. linemen on the job, it hope' to ard and Palm Beach countiesto I About 275,000 refunds were returned Gainesville Nursing home after arrangements.
asks that flowers be
Florida Power and Light Co. finish up Tuesday night. II III process claims for hurricane : to the government during an extended illness. family omitted.

reported that of the 220,000 I Almost twice as many long- damage. The special agents will I the fiscal year which ended Have Finn

homes knocked out by the hurricane -distance phone calls will help expedite thousands of storm- last June 30 because taxpayers ALFRED VARNES Cops
the $1 million damage bill. related claims totaling millionsof More About
winds, power has been restored -pay II moved without leaving forward
STARKE Services for Alfred
in 185,000. Garbage collection is back to dollars. i ing addresses.The -

all essential services- normal, and trash crews are First of storm damage! TerrorFrom Varnes, 87, will be Tuesday at
Almost guess IRS next year plans to
I from north to south to 10 a.m. at the Jones Memorial Grip on Philly
police hospitals and such-have working along Florida's gold coast were use a new automatic data processing -
in Starke. Rev. C. A.
been restored and 2,700 repairmen pick up the debris piled high $200 million. Considering food I I system to match the
and Charles Reese minister
Crosby -
from throughout the South along almost every street and spoilage in homes-most ware-I'identity numbers on new returns Page 1 will officiate.A I PHILADELPHIA (AP) Sporadic vandalism, window

are working in 31 repair districts sidewalk in the area. houses resorted to auxiliary I with the numbers of persons retired farmer, he ded; at tense, uneasy quiet returned AI smashing and throwing of rocksat
to service back to After the north-south swingis power-and such backyard loss admitted he took part in the
get who cannot be found.
his home Sunday morning following the riot-ravaged Negro section j police continued into the ear-
normal. completed, trash collectionswill es as flowers, shrubbery, avocado hijacking. I
I an extended illness. He of North Philadelphia today, ly morning hours, but city and
had to feeder normal schedules, lime and Why?
First they repair resume orange grapefruit I I
was a lifetime resident of Bradford after a weekend of violence, police officials said the situation
lines, then work house-by- "or as close as we can get," I trees, it could go even "It is to call attention to our
( ) The
I County. looting, and pillaging. i remained under control and the
house to finish the job. said County Manager Irving ij j i;higher. United States plans to launch I'I political movement, Gil told Survivors include his widow, four-square-miles trouble zone

late this week its largest scientific newsmen. Mrs. Varnes two to
Mary Dyal ; was returning relatively nor-
Said of his
satellite, designated OGOA one companions: Mrs. Peebles, I JFK Library mal
More About daughters, Myra operations.
are Fidel Castros. revo-
I for orbiting geophysical ob: Fort Lauderdale; and Mrs. Some 1,500 police saturatedthe
In I Fund
lutionaries. Their movement, Grows
People II servatory. I he added, was something called ,I Annie Rye, Palatka; two son?, I' area, which remained undera
I I Carrying 20 scientific experiments I the Comando Grancolombiano Smith Varnes, Avan Park; and I I BOSTON (AP-The) John F. 24-hour curfew.
Barry contributed I Bob Warren Palatka two Kennedy Memorial i I Library
The NewsWASHINGTON \ by government I de Liberacion. ; I Mayor H.J. Tate emphasized
laboratories and universities Terrorists brothers, Millard Varnes, Sampson fund has passed the $6-million that a clear-the-streets order.
the satellite will be aimed City; and Isaac, Starke, 19 mark.A I issued Saturday, remained m
From 1 President the past have claimed to be
Page (AP) into an orbit looping from 170'I members of the Frente Nacion-: grandchildren and 25 great- family spokesman said Sun- I effect. The proclamation falling
I Johnson's miles above the earth out to 92-, I grandchildren.Burial day that the Kennedy familyhas under an 1850 law, made it a
across the desert from California i I!They took it out of a New York I daughter, Luci Baines, is backin 000 miles.It i iI i al de Liberacion and said they been "particularly impressed -
I will be in Sante Fe misdemeanor, with a maximum
by Wagon train. The mustache bar in 1878 and brought it here Washington after a leisurely were an offspring of Venezuela's the industrious
will data the atmosphere by
gather on -.
I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral of two in .

: Cemetery. penalty prison.for
L towels are gone, but it's around the torn by ship and I weekend of swimming and sun the magnetosphere FALN. The 19th Century youngsters who have staged years
i Home of Starke is in be the
to streets
still the best looking piece of cry fire with volunteers from I ning at Atlantic City. I and interplanetary space beyond -'Republic of Grancolombia included parties and other activities" to i anyone on

furniture in town." Toughs Hose Co. No. 1, comprising j She had remained at the New I reach of the earth's '[ Colombia, Venezuela and charge of arrangements. raise money for the proposed 'without legitimate business. -

The ornate old bar survivedthe the saloonkeepers and cus- Jersey resort after the Democratic netic field. mag- Ecuador. I FREEMAN $10-million library to be built on I I I Tate, in a progress statementlate

great fire of July 4, 1900, tomers of Whisky Row. This I National Convention. I I II I Police promised i prompt: REGISTER SR. a bank of the Charles River Sunday night reported that

that wiped out Prescott's busi- time both were helpless because ,I Though Atlantic City lost one measures to halt the hijackingwave I overlooking Harvard Universi-i 225 stores had been looted and

ness district, except Chinatown,!I the water ran out. Legend has it I notable Sunday, it gained four. I I I and launched spot check STARKE-Services for Free- ty. I more than 350 persons arrestedfor
and brought Dude Hose Co. No. that the piano player at the Pa- The Beatles arrived for a four- (AP) Archeologists points throughout the city. Taxi man Register Sr., 67, will be I various violations. The in- \

2, organized by Morris Goldwat' lace stuck to his stool until the have turned up what drivers vowed to strike if that Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Madison I jured totaled 247, including 66

cr, hurrying to the scene. The floor collapsed under him. ;day stay. j they consider evidence that the 'didn't work. Street Baptist Church with Rev. Cyclist, 15, I I'nolicemen. Almost all of the injuries -

Dudes, made up of merchantsand I Vikings beat Christopher Columbus i I Some theorized that lack of W. A. Dunagan and Rev. Nor- Is were minor and there
Now celebrating its centennial SALT LAKE CITY, Utah to the New World by InjuredJohn fatalities.One .
bankers, traditionally I funds may be the terrorists'prime man Redding officiating.A were no
slugged it out at the scene of cv- Prescott was founded in I (AP) President David 0. Mc- about 500 years.A motive, although they resident of Starke for the Leon Hodges, 15, of 1521 'I shooting was reported. i
1864 on a whim of Republican I Kay of the Church of Jesus tiny stone wheel, found in a have garnered little from the past 45 he was born in SE 23rd Lane, was listed in' Police said Robert Green a 21-
President Abraham Lincoln, Saints has Newfoundland wilderness, was years fair condition at Alachua
Christ of Latter-day assaults. Coincidentally, four today vear-old Negro, was wounded
tt Georgia and was a retired I I
More AboutCapitol who decided to locate the territorial hailed as a clue to a Viking set- with fractured
out in I made considerable recovery bank or bank messenger hold- founder of the Register Oil Co. General Hospital a -;Saturday night when he pulled a
capital way Tucson Apache' from a coronary thrombosis but tlemet in North America nearly ups in recent days netted rob- of Starke and was a dealer in leg received in an auto acci-, knife on a patrolman who was

country rather than at i is expected to be hospitalizedfor 1,000 years ago. The wheel was bers more than 300.000 pesos Gulf Oil products.He dent Saturday night. I chasing persons throwing cans
hotbed of secessionist senti-
a another week at least, doctors identified as part of a wool-spin- Hodges was riding a motorcycle
(US $30,000)). A bank employewas member and dea- at a patrol car.
ment. Morris Goldwater who was a
device first
and the
ning Viking which hit the rear of a car
slain in
sayMcKay :
stickup. millions
one Tate estimated "several
Mike of the Madison Street i
arrived in 1876 with Big con Baptist
I who will be 91 Sept 8. ,household article found on the Meanwhile, terrorists bomb- driven by Ophelia H. Edwards, of dollars" in damages and
Goldwater grandfather Church and World
From 1 Barry's was admitted to the Latter-day continent.Dr. aimed at was a 41, 1528 SE 14th Ave.
Page ings-apparently causing !other costs caused the rioting
never did rate a statute in I Melville Bell Grosvenor I War I veteran. H was a memberof by -
Saints Hospital over a noise than The accident occurred in the
the Plaza. But when the centen- I more American Legion Post 56 of which broke out Friday
A third plan, also rejected by ago. president and editor of the Na- injuries have all but 1100 block of SE 4th Place. I II nteht. The pledged "the
nial commission posthumously tional said Starke, the Masonic Lodge 45 mayor.
Geographic Society,
committee, was offered by Sen. I I ceased in recent months. Miss Edwards told police an-
full assistance of the citv administration
named him Man of the Century, FA&M and the Morocco Temple \
Jacob K. Javits, RN.. Y., His he did rate an oil painting in the I: NEW YORK (AP) Jess L. the discovery suggests that the, What police believe was a terrorist Shrine. other vehicle cut in and forced in helping the af-

proposal would provide hospital new City Hall not far from the 'Ballew is the new publisher of Vikings brought their wives to arsenal on a farm outsidethe her car to the side of the streetto I "ected merchants get back to
home benefits, Post. do household work in an unsuc- Survivors include his widow, a sudden stop.Bi'eaklii.
and nursing! justas portrait of William Hickling the Saturday Evening city went up with a tremendous normal operations as soon as
administration bill butit Co. cessful attempt to establish a Mrs. Alice Agin Register, a son,
in the Prescott the Harvard historianof The Curtis Publishing an- bang several months ago. ',o sibl{>."
would have the added ieature ,I the Old Southwest for whom nounced Sunday that Ballew permanent settlement. I!An alleged bomb thrower per- Freeman Jr.; his stepmother, I Try I Roy Wilkins. executive sccre-

of allowing private insurance the city was named. will succeed C. L. MacNally,I ished in the incident still Mrs. Rainey Register, Add f.arv. of the National M'iatJf\n!,
companies to pool their risks so who now is associated with a Woman'sMurder shrouded with mystery.An Ga.; four brothers, Floyd, St. Mrs. Frank Stone, 2100 NW (for the Advancement I II
I of Colored I
as to offer relatively inexpensive New York advertising agency.j investigation turned up an I Augustine; Arzel, Lake Park, 55th St., reported to the Alachua

policies covering doctors' Clco StillBeing Ballew, who also will remain di-: Poses additional huge cache of explo- Ga.; Chandler, Dupont, Ga.; and County Sheriff's Office yestejv : Peonle called unon the federal
government to the
services. his wife 'Pleas, Ga. two sisters day that someone attempted to i investigate
rector of advertising, sives of unexplained origin. Haylo, ; ,
Doris, and their two children reside Mrs. Ruby Dempsey, Adel; Mrs. break into her house. I riots in PhiladelnhJa as well as
Even if the Senate adopts outside in other northern cities sucsestine -
FeltBy Miami She reported the part
in Rye, N.Y. MysteryMIAMI Ruth Sauls, Jacksonville; and I
form of medical care, New
some Schools three grandchildren.Burial of the door lock was ripped that the riots were
prospects for House approval appear I n'anncd.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (AP) Police today I loose. _ _ _ .
dim unless the Presidentcan will be in Lake
Sgt. York had few clues to the murder of Will Serve Crosby
win the support of Rep. Wilbur Tropical storm Cleo grudgingly Helena Bielow, described as a I Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones

Mills, D-Ark., chairman of gasped expiring winds today, Funeral
Home in charge of ar
friendly, good woman I
the House Ways and Means but spewed heavy rains over Hot Lunches rangements. Tobacco MarketVALDOSTA
I Losing Fight who had no known enemies and I
Committee. sections of the western Carolinas -
was physically attractive at 38.
Maryland and the Virginias. Gainesville's two new elementary BEN CAS WELL
I NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Mrs. Bielow's body was found schools Myra Terwilliger Ga. Lower -''ket News Service reported. I

More About The doughboy hero of World Saturday afternoon lying face and Idylwild will serve ORLANDO (AP-Ben) Dorsey prices and poorer quality offerings i .

Roanoke Va., got 14 inches; I War I, Sgt. Alvin York, appeared down behind a display counterin regular hot school lunches in Caswell, former president of the marked sales on the! The weekly average dropped

Morgantown, W. Va., received to be losing ground today the tiny jewelry and watch their cafeterias tomorrow, as Florida Dental Society, died Sat- Georgia Florida flue cured $3.81 under that of the week be-

AuburnFrom more than 1 inch; Ashville,I I in his long battle with ill repair shop she and her hus- will the other schools in the urday after a lengthy illness. He tobacco market last week. fore and was the lowest since

N.C., got nearly 4 inches in 24 health. band operated in downtown Mi- county. was 64. Only five markets out of 28 the first week auctions. Grade

hours and Winston-Salem, N.C., His condition was listed in a I ami, opposite the Dade County School Board officials had expressed He was born to a pioneer Florida remain open. The others have(averages were practically all

Page 1 nearly 3 inches. I i series of medical reports from Courthouse.She some doubt that the family in La Crosse and completed auctions for the sea-, lower from the previous week.

The rains sent rivers and I I Veterans Hospital throughout 1 had been minding the cafeterias of the two new moved to Orlando from Sanfordin son. Still open are Claxton, Met-,I Seasonmarketingswercbrought .

der centralized control, creating!I streams beyond their banks!I the night as first critical, then store while her husband, Pablo, schools would be in operationthe 1941. ter, Statesboro, Tifton and Vi-I[ to 171,802,466 for an k
throughout the area. grave and early today as very I and their 18-year-old son, Andrew average of $58.75. In the same f
the Institute for Food Forestry first day of school due to He is survived by a daughter,j dalia, Ga.Volume. !
and Agricultural Services.He : After spreading many mil-i grave. The wife, son and daughter -\ were at home. I'' some delays in construction. Mrs. S. G. Latty of Winter Parka j of sales was light as I number of days last year, 196- f

also developed a long- lions of dollars in damages fur-', of the 76-year-old Medal of I II Mrs. Bielow's wrists and an-, This morning Don Allen, director brother, Virgil A. Caswell of I',the season neared its close. ',435,290 pounds sold for an average -

range plan for more effective ther south, Cleo spawned two I[Honor winner were called to his I kles were trussed with a rope of instruction, announcedthat Alachua; and three sisters, Mrs. j Sales for the week ending Aug. of $56.96.Selected .

economic development of agri- tornadoes at Laurinburg, N.C., bedside Sunday night. I a handkerchief was drawn tightly hot school lunches will be James Whitehurst of Bushnell,128 totaled 13,431,766 pounds and I! baskets of better to- t

culture in Florida called Develop within 13 hours. The first one York was brought to the hos- : between her teeth and tied i served and it is not necessary Mrs. Raymond Robinson andMrs. averaged $54.90 per hundred,:bacco brought $70 a hundred

Agricultural Resources Effectively \Saturday tore through a three-I pital Saturday from his home at I behind her neck, and a small for parents to pack lunches for _: John Kemp, both of Ocala.|pounds, the Federal State Mar- pounds.
I i !
(DARE). mile path, injured two persons Pall Mall, Tenn., a town in the 'caliber bullet had pierced her ,their children. Metter, Statesboro and Vidalia -

Other names mentioned as I and caused an estimamted $750-() hills 140 miles northeast of 'I heart, a lung and liver. I have not announced closing

possibilities for the Auburn pres- 000 damages. Sunday, the sec here. He is suffering from an I Close friends said Mrs. Bie- Prison BRAINS OR BUST? dates. Tifton and Claxton will b I II

idency are Dr. Robert Anderson ond twister damaged some roofs I!acute urinary infection. I low, Polish born, was Prefers I hold final sales Wednesday.

executive vice president! of outside the town. I This is the 11th time in two ,ed by the Nazis imprison-I
Reservation HOUSTON, Tex. AP "
Auburn and Dr. David W. Mul- Nearly three inches of rain years that the old soldier has War II. The family To ( ) A fertile women. !

lins, president of the University fell over Cape Hatteras, N.C.,I been hospitalized. He has been ami from Argentina eight years Houston authority on fertility' He said women with large Gainesville Sun
I I A Winne- women with small breasts
of Arkansas. 'Sunday. bed-ridden for many years. j j ago. CHICAGO (AP) ,' says breasts usually have an intelli-
bago Indian who said he'd rather -generally are more intelligentthan gence based not on logical Published evenings except

go to prison than to the reservation the bosomy kin:!. thinking but on instinct and Saturday the and Gainesville Sunday mornIngS Publishing -
has been placed on two Dr. Erwin 0. Strasiinan, a intuition. by
Company at 101 SE
I China to Boycott Soviet-Backed Meet years' probation for selling nar- clinical professor at Bay lor Dr. Strassman said he had ; 2nd Place Gainesville Florida

cotics. University College of Medicine been studying the relationship! and entered as second class

I I I Judge Joseph Sam Perry has published his findings in of body build to fertility! for matter Gainesville at, the Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Otfice at

1' TOKYO (AP) Communist )ion of siding with the United: to a scheduled Dec. 15 planning; new "special warfare" theaterin granted the probation Friday I the current issue of the International 40 years and only recently add- :

China has announced officiallyIt j States in the recent Gull of conference.The I Africa. China has made Africa after Leon C. Mike, 20, said he Journal of Fertility. ed the I.Q. component Jo the CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY

will boycott a Sovietsponsored Tonkin crisis "by actively supporting official New China News one of its major spheres of had been offered a job as athletic -!! He said after a study of 717 equation when he observedthat I I I Week .45
activity.The counselor at the American childless he could offer infertile 3 Mot. $5.85 I
women, patients "stoodout .
conference to plan a the U.S. attempt to intervene Agency broadcast the reply. ;
I broadcast said Peking Indian Center in Chicago. doctors this rule of thumb r I by their active minds and I All
world Communist meeting. It in Viet Nam through the Peking was one of 25 Commu-: told Moscow: I Judge Perry had considered "The bigger the bran, the I high intelligence." paid mail in advance.subscriptions mu toe

says the day such a meeting is United Nations." nist parties invited to lay the I "We will never take part in sending Mike to an Indian reservation -smaller the breasts, and vice I "Why is it that these women, I Member of Audit Bureau of

.held "will go down in history as Red China's charge was contained groundwork for a meeting of 81 any international meeting or in Winnebago, Neb., versa, the bigger the breasts, who because of their intellectual :: Circulation.

the day of the great split in the in a letter dated Aug. 30 Communist parties next sum-i any preparatory meeting for it, but relented when Mike the smaller the I.Q. talent should be the first : All material contained herein h

international. Communist move- in which the Central Committeeof mer.Red I I II which you call for the purpose ,said he'd rather go to prison. "There is a basic zntagonism ones to have children, are :' roe Bubllshing property Company.of the (Gainesville C) ,,"-

!nent' the Chinese Communist party China also accused the of splitting the international "The reservation is a rather between intelligence and nied this privilege to such de:1'::1' Reproduction strictly forbidden in whole without or In partis

Peking accused the Soviet Un lturned down a Soviet invitation,[United States of opening up a,j I ICommunist movement. 1 1J depressed area," Mike opined.j the reproductive system in in- large degree?" i II written permission of the publisher.the !:

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Monday, August 31, 1964 Gainesville Sun J !

r $ UlOIHEIl 0 nnD'THE fflOllLy f Y YRuth I Calendar September is ,

Weimer -Women's EditorHundreth Of EventsTODAY Body Beautiful Month t!

TUESDAY, September 1 ty, Mrs. Clark Upp of Orlando .
August 31
Family dinner honor i n g aunt of the bride hos- Birthday Observed Gainesville at
Miss Bridge Club ,
Nancy Pepper, bride- 6&4
elect of John Carswell II of tess, Gainesville Golf and 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. !

Hazelwood, N.C., 7 p.m. Mr. Country Club. 1 : IL;:.... TUESDAY, September 1 :
and Mrs. Leo J. Thomas" FRIDAY, September 4 University Lutheran Church :1
530 NW 23rd.
Wedding of Miss Nancy Cal- Women, 8 pjn., Mrs. Ruth

Buffet supper honor i in g vert Pepper, daughter of Mr. Johnson hostess, 1200 SW 14th ;I

Miss Carolyn Thomas and her and Mrs. Louis Calvert Pep- Avenue.

fiance, Maurice L. Goldsmith per, and John Rudolph Cars- A 5' ..y Gethesamane Lutheran
y :
following wedding rehearsal, well II, son of Mr. and Mrs. I At Church Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. :1
M r s. Maurice Goldsm i th, Maryann Williams, 2839 NE .a tj:
John Carswell of
mother of the Rudolph
Tenth Drive, hostess.
Holiday Inn.WEDNESDAY. Hazelwood, N. C., 8 p.m.,
Ladies Guild of First Luth- II
First Presbyterian Church.
September 2 eran Church, 8 p.m., Parish
Reception following at the Hall, Rachel Circle
Wedding of Miss Carolyn as host-
Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Gainesville Golf and Country esses. r

I Mrs. Sidney Thomas and Club. .. First Presbyterian Women !

Maurice L Goldsmith of Dem- Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss of the Church: 3 p.m., Circle I
opolis, Ala., son of Mrs. Mau-
8, Mrs. J. Walter Davis 0 n, !
rice Goldsmith, 4 p.m., First Gaye Woodward and her church parlors; 7:30 p.m.Circle -

Presbyterian Church. Recep- fiance Raymond Elliott Wat- 12, Mrs. Avis R. Nolen

tion at Fellowship Hall followed son, Mrs. Frank B. Culver of and Mrs. Bessie H. Daane, i

by dinner for membersof San Antonio, aunt of the: bride church parlors; 8 p.m., Circle I
the wedding party and out -elect, Gainesville Golf and 10, Mrs. A. E. Harp and ;
of town guests, parents of the Country Club.Luncheon t Mrs. Harry Clark, former's
bride hosts, Holiday Inn. f home, 314 NE 5th Avenue.
feting Miss Mar- r te + ____
Tea complimenting Miss t tLV
tha Edwards, brideelectof WEDNESDAY
Jane Ann Baughan, bride- Jane September 2
Davis Valdosta. Ga., .z
elect of Lt. George Way n e Doug Kappa Kappa Gamma
Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee and
Arnau, 4 to 6 p.m., Mrs. Alumnae Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. :
Mrs. C. C. Beasley. .
George B. Butler, Mrs. W. I ',3e Herbert Schweyer, 1115 NW

Ellis Jones and Mrs. WilliamH. SATURDAY, September 5 13th Avenue. ,

Pierson, at the Butler Luncheon honoring Mi s s Gainesville Bridge Club, '
home, 1722 NW Eleventh Martha Jane Ed w a r d s, -i 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. I'
Road. fiancee of Doug Davis of I Mrs. Clara V. Kahl
Gainesville Camellia Socie- 55
Post nuptial reception f Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C. Mrs. Clara V. Kahl was hon brecht, and Mr. Milbrecht, with Mrs. Kahl, originally from ty, 8 p.m., City Utilities Center ?5
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Char- O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun-
25 friends and members of the Dr. Tom Sheehan
ored Friday afternoon with a speaker.
les E. Rich, 7:30 to <9< p.m., can. Brooklyn, N. Y., has another
I by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. birthday party marking her one family attending.Mrs. Busch daughter, Mrs. Carrie Stoll, who 1
Bridal luncheon hon- William G. manager Univers i t
City Bridge
y I
Rich of the bridegroom hundredth birth .
j parents, Gainesville Golf and- oring Miss Jane Ann Baughan anniversary.The of the home who baked the came for the party; two sons, Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, I

I I Club.Informal bride-elect of Lt. Geor- party, given at West Haven birthday cake for the honoree, Louis Kahl, Highmount, N. Y. 107 NW 15th Terrace.St. \LJ1
party to comp 1 i- ge Wayne Arnau of San Home for Aged where Mrs. assisted in the courtesies. and Harry Kahl, Teaneck, N. J., Michael's Episcopal

men t Miss Nancy Pepper, Antonio, immediately follow- Kahl resides, was given by her Classes five grandchildren and eight Church Women, 8 p.m., at NOW
ing wedding rehearsal at 11 I the church. STRETCH!
Rev. Warner
bride-elect of John CarswellII
daughter, Mrs. George MielMiss great grandchildren.A .
of Hazelwood, N.C., Mr. a.m., Mrs. Albert Love, aunt ScheduledAt Stringer, rector, guest speaker. NEW ALLEGRO BRA BY MAIDESTORM!
bride and Mrs. H. Hus-
of the ,
and Mrs. Frank Miles, 6 p.m., grandson Robert Mielbrechtof .
Feel carefree in
Jones deliciously new adjustable
ton Messer, sister of the Rec CenterThe straps
their home 1111 NW 22nd
at bride, Holiday Inn, 12:30: p.m. St. Petersburg and his familywere FRIDAY, September 4 that stretch. Has anything before ever let >oumove
Street. ,
Wedding of Miss Gloria Plans Recital Gainesville Recreati here Saturday for a post- Gainesville Bridge Club so comfortably? Thrce-section cotton
THURSDAY, September 3 Woodward of visit with the broadcloth cups.e perfect support-hold their
Gaye daughter Department announces classes birthday honoree. 9 a.m., Holiday Inn.
Bridesmaids luncheon feting Mr. and Mrs. Burton Moss- September 9 in voice training under: Dr. shape (and yours) for ever and ever! For fashion

Miss Nancy Pepper, bride man Woodward, and Ray- Vere Richards. 6 and ease...a low-scoopetl back. Here and there,aLew

-to-be of John Carswell II of mond Elliott Watson, son of Miss Helen Bell Jon e s These classes, available to I Joni's'I embroidered flowers sprinkled for daintiness.A .

Hazelwood, N.C., 12:30: p.m. Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson, Cor- coloratura soprano daughterof children from 8 up, will run B, C, cups $2.50, D cups 300.

Mrs. John R. Carswell, host- al Gables, and R. E. Watsonof Dr. and Mrs. E. Ruffun for a 15 week term with All Cotton Broadcloth.
ess, Gainesville Golf a nd Chicago, 5 p.m., Holy one lesson weekly. Charge for Studio of the Elastic Straps: Nylon Rubber, Rayon, Cotten.
Jones of Gainesville, will I Dance (Exclusive of
Country Club.Rehearsal Trinity Episcopal Church Re- pre the 15 lessons will be $10. Decoration.)

dinner honoring ception following at the homeof sent a recital in the Univer- Included in the classes will 406 E. UNIV. AVE.1 6 > :,'

Pepper-Carswell wedding par- the bride's parents. sity Medical Center Auditor- be instructions in proper

ium Wednesday, September 9 breathing, voice placement, I FALL TERM t.I .
r.\a. IIl interpretation and stage be-
!.: :z / i at 8:15: p.m.Assistant .
havior I
including posture. BEGINS TUES., SEPT. 8 <
ztok Professor Willard Anyone interested should "
Brask will be accompanist.The call Dr. Richards September REGISTRATIONSept. : '

7 through 11.Rummage. 1 4 2:30 6:00
program will include ; -

Randall Dean Brownett Is the name chosen by Mr. and songs and operatic arias by Sale Come by or call for appointment

Mrs. W. T. Brownett for their son, born August 17 in Alachua Mozart, Schubert and Rich- American Ass ocaitionof I 372-9898 """

General Hospital. The baby's maternal grandparents are Mr. ard Strauss. There is no University Women will PHONES __

and Mrs. D. S. Fagan and his paternal grandmother is Mrs. charge for this p ro gram, sponsor a rummage sale Sat- I 372.3569c _a rx &:S_. .,

, Thelma Brownett of Jacksonville. which is open to the public. urday, at the Birdsey Lot. .t'I'

: = By Josephine Lowman '- -. d -

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"Why Grow Old" is essentially !relax just as women must. 1 f

a woman's column, but Too often they work all day and
once in a while I say a s7
"hello"every to the men who readit 'then are expected to be an en Chance: of a Lifetime t\ f

too, and there are many of tertaining companion for a late ,
them! I evening. They should at least 9" '

: Actually my feminine readers I relax at the evening meal at
I interested in the men SAVESAVESAVE
are -
home. Every effort should be to
J they love, so here 1 go with a /
made to make this a time of .
l little first aid for men! You'll never yrmlc at a girdle again!
A few things to think about- happiness and relaxation, with /

Why shouldn't men be all problems ruled out for the ... "

I, just as interested in prolongingthe I time being. / \ \ !, CONCERTINA'LIGHTWEIGHT
youthful portion of life with,I I T6cr =

good nutrition and exeicise as'a SAVE.560 --r 3
woman is? ; ,
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Why shouldn't he be just as f-- New Tooch'd. Sevfy :.
interested in being attractivefor r,if Y SA M Tt$.iag3SeiingjMad 2iI I

his wife as she is in being fit e.cnx odeI6QOtnadesfciExclnsivei 8
attractive for him? I r

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he has lost his zest for life in F..2 bend closes
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the struggle to get what he L disposable bat The
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It is wonderful that men finally -I we've heard that men get rid c = Handy fabulous
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they We do know that lipstick- I SINs R TremPbonoflroph
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JOHN R. HARRISON, President and SOUTHBy ; ;

Publisher; PAT COWLES Vice President ,. J I
Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON, Vice President .:+P c a r "Mh By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
}, and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill) '' E
sUrll Yerlt Y City Rl'?j EBERSOLE, Vice President and Advertising RALPH ,, .., tii ,; s'ti.t ATLANTIC CITY It will be widely remarked that we
'i Director BOB TARTAGLIONE, ; have as President not only an accomplished politician, but a I
PaUtier Prli Winning publisher
= Vice President and Circulation Manager. ,, Y first-rate showman. It is
Of the Atlanta (Ga.) CvnititvtUa clear that his sudden decision to .I I
= THE SUN'S POLICY / '; descend on Atlantic City personally( to announce his choice

.,veJ ,' .7' ,, for Vice President had to do with a growing sullenness among
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. Will q4 ; the delegates, whose uselessness in the general
They proceedings
=: 2. Express the of the ,r
opinions Sun in-but only in-editorials. f 'Vr, had begun to rankle.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.
President Johnson posed
The Sun's as a man who was not managing the
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L, r 7 : ;i by personally appealing to the delegates as a man so manifestly i.!

\ i ;f popular that to say to him nay would come close to an

7 ;:-,, :yIJ.. ,, act of high treason.

The SouthATLANTIC ,ti,. :r The numerous officials who were interviewed in connection

I Aiming at Dead Center ,;; ; > ,:. ,r.' with this caper were wonderfully cooperative, but the very

I 4I +, ;,f:, 7 ', best was Senator Magnuson who said to a CBS reporter, "The

r President wants to instruct, er, suggest to the convention who
Lyndon Baines Johnson was 56 whom he worked closely. WhenF. CITY Way a >> t. ,.P. 4' should be VP."

years old last week and the Democrats D. R. died, Johnson, with tears in down upon the banks of the

Ii in Atlantic City handed him a his eyes, said: "He was like a Daddyto Pedernales, deep in the heartof ltz.? 4 .rj- rr :+. .. ... EVERYONE, needless to say, fell in line and, as H. L.
fir r Mencken remarked a generation
: ago, the anointed candidate
me always. Texas, two men plan a poli-
handsome gift, the nomination fort .. .... was promptly compared to the Milky Wav. the risin sun...
the presidency of his nation. tical campaign. They sit be- i' /"it: S .:. .'.;"l'; : and the Aurora Borealis. The ---

A sentimentalist, an orator whose neath live oak trees, not magnolias LAUNCHING PAD spectator was of course left of Senator Humphrey were all

range is from stump to pulpit, a or mulberry leaves. wondering why, if the virtues that salient, so much doubt
Some will claim, as the New York The river in should have preceded his se
Westerner with the West's flair for no sense re-
Times did, that Johnson's ascendencyis thinking big and talking fast, a sembles the Suwanee. Yet at there surrounded Beauty sits
by Beasts,
one of history's political accidents. some time during their hoursof
Southerner with the voice and oc- one hardly supposes that a

Indeed, the President himself might casionally the manner of that re talk Lyndon B. Johnsonand great act of national deliber-

1 agree because he once told a reporter gion's politicians, Johnson can pain- Hubert Humphrey will Basic U.S. Unity ation should precede her adop-

: "I don't think anyone from the fully offend the Ivy League while talk of the South in tion.What
South will be nominated in life- does the nomination of
I my pushing its favorite bills through general and of two cotton the Senator mean? He is
\ time; if so, I don't think he will be Congress. "Old Cornpone" is a fre- states in particular, Alabamaand Nrm Vnrk tTttm Valley, and both parties are also clear, but reporters and slick hombre. One ob-

elected." quent nickname and sometimesan Mississippi.Time By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTONAt finding powerful support in politicians emphasize the ser- server, a veteran journalistwho

the end the booming suburbs. In other ious problems, often to the has covered these affairs

The late John F. Kennedy epithet.If was when there were of the two nominating con- words American politics are point of blurring the larger for many years, said to an

apparently blackface m i s t reI shows. ventions, it is not a bad ideato getting all mixed up. picture.It interviewer: ''Personally)) I'm
shared that view. In 1960 he anything has distinguished remember what unites is not so long ago that glad. Senator Lyndon Johnsonwas

J.: said: "I think I'm as well qualifiedas Johnson's presidential style, it prob- They perpetuated a stereotypeof this country instead of con- EXTREMISM of all sorts is we were talking in this coun- originally a right winger

any of the others except Lyn- ably has been the quality of evangelism the Southern Negro that has centrating on what dividesit. very much in the newsNegro try of building fallout sheltersto and he has been moving left.

\ added much to today's trou- extremism in Philadelphiathis guard against the contami- Senator Humphrey was a
don, and he doesn't have a chance. that has marked it. Johnson is
ble with images and values. Conventions are fun. They weekend, religious extrem- nation of the human race. It left winger, who has been

f a pounding preacher, who often talksin But the minstrel show is bring together all the sepa- ism and youthful extremismin is not so long since we were moving right." I judge that

I the Old Testament terms he heardin It is rate factions of each party South Viet Nam, ideological discussing the risk Qf generality to be over-simple
of time
But it was Kennedy who gave his youth. His presidency has been gone. a part a and enthuse them for the bat- extremism of the left and running an armed con but it is worth meditatingupon.
that was. It, too, has gone rightbut the conventions voy through Helmstadt to Berlin .
Johnson the chance that resulted in one of exhortation-relentless and tle ahead, but in this boozy
with the wind of change.IT distorted these problems more and challenging Khrush- SENATOR HUMPHREY is
of verbal vio-
his nomination. Kennedy chose John- atmosphere
emotional, as well as calculated and than a cynic of the kind
lence it is to forget the they clarified them.If chev to withdraw his mis- who be-
son to run with him in 1960, primarily logical for causes ranging from underlying easy accord of the the quality of life is the siles from Cuba or fight. lieves cynicism to be the only

in hopes that it would help the economic growth to economy in gov- IS ETREMELY unlikely nation. main objective of government, Compared to this, Viet Namis truly healthy political re

Democrats that the white political it is hard to believe all the sponse. Rather like the morally -
carry key Southern states. ernment to an even break for chil- Despite all that was said an embarrassing nuisance,
The two men won, and when an dren of all races. stereotypes of the Old South by Senator Goldwater and his recent political gloom about and the danger of the cam- )) unoriented man who it is
who here to the collapse of freedom, paign is that it said, read Uncle Tom's Cabin
assassin struck down Kennedy in attempted cre- supporters at the Cow Pal- may encourage
the loss of liberty and the both candidates to distort the through and concluded that
convention he has felt
ate a general southern walk- ace ,
Dallas last Nov. 22, Lyndon B. John- In his powers of argument and obliged since then to support "failure" of American leader- picture and treat Viet Nam as Simon Legree was the hero.

son of Texas became the first South- persuasion, the "Johnson treatment"is out will ever come back a- many of the social reformsof ship in the world. a larger crisis than it actually Mr. Humphrey once explained -

\ '' erner in the White House since legendary in Washington. Sen. gain. They walked but nobody the New Deal and to ally The American Negro, who is. in a jovial mood to a few
followed. Indeed, the Alabama is the object of much of this old friends, that he had won
Woodrow Wilson himself with the "Lyndon Johnson's
Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) once con- foreign policy the mayoralty of
i loyalists who remained playeda of President Eisenhower, talk at home, has gained more tance speech," said Senator Minneapolisby
fessed he'd never won an argument the simple device of
liberty, and more education, Goldwater, "was a clear with-
satisfying role in the con- which he often criticized in
i1 Now, as an incumbent President from him. which is pearing consecutively at dif-
the the means to liber- drawal from leadership in
vention. They were becauseof ferent sections of the
city at
he has been given the nominationfew
:1 ty, than almost any other international affairs. It was

: politicians believe he ever could the alphabet, a sort of DESPITE ALL the talk at group of people in the worldin perhaps the most isola- afternoon ai indentical picnics routine.and following

have won in any other way. Most Sen. Russell summed him up this opening pivot. Alabama's Atlantic City about the reform- the last generation. He is tionist speech in modern "I would
loyal Democrats were proudof ing zeal of the Democratic in the center of a tragic con- American history." say to them"his -
rank him the favorite to defeat Sena-
way: "He doesn't have the best eyes twinkled, "Ladiesand
their role. They knew that Party, President Johnson flict in America today, not be- .
tor Barry Goldwater in November; mind the Democratic side of the gentlemen, before going
on chooses to present himself as cause he is making remark- WELL, IT WAS NOT one o[
I, : most polls support their opinion. Senate; he isn't the best orator; heisn't back home there will be en- a man who can represent all able progress. And even Gold- the great state papers of the forward, I would like the chil--
mity and anger. They will be Union, but this is the trouble dren to come right up here in
the best parliamentarian. But the people and serve comfort water says he wants the Ne- the

When Johnson discovered that he's the best combination of all those harassed. But, as one of them ably with Harry Byrd as wellas gro to have more, though he's with election campaigns. They feast front my eyes row so that them.I The can

said "I don't owe anythingto with Hubert going about it in an odd begin by destroying the mean- upon
politics was his forte, in the late1920's qualities." Humphreyand way. of reason I ask this is becausethe
.1 words.
anyone who can hurt me." Jack Javits. The search for peace and America, with children I
I he set off on a career that 400,000 in see here in this
The differences between order in the world like the troops Europe fora
ward in
I city on this afternoon
was to make him successively a leg- Now the Democratic Party has generation, with 18,000 in
He was philosophical aboutit Johnson and Goldwater, and search for racial equality, are positively the
islative clerk on Capitol Hill, national given Lyndon Johnson the oppor- and proud of having beena particularly between Humphrey is also being distorted by con- Viet Nam, with more com- healthiest, most beautiful children

youth administrator for Texas, a tunity of taking these qualities be- and Miller, are very stant emphasis on the immediate mitments to maintain peace I have ever seen in my
man and played a man'srole. than the British French
j member of the House of Representatives fore the people of the United States, great indeed, but one wondersat points of conflict. Viet or entire life." The crowd would

from the district around Aus- and he will be doing just that in the There were Mississip- the end of all the shout- Nam is a mess, and so their ever had at the height of roar, and the children would
pians who stayed. They were ing, and all the convention is the Congo and Cuba, but political power, with one shuffle forward and sit down
tin, a senator, vice president, and two months plus a few days until fleet standing off Cyprus and
harrassed by a few Freedom emphasis on differences, Berlin, the most dangerous cowed by this godfather of
I : the President of the United States. the November general election. John- Party members who, having whether the majority of the flash-point in the world, is another guarding the Bay of them all. "And do you know

i son will be making his pitch to the members of the two parties quiet: Africa is less turbulent Tonkin, the Formosa Straits, when I went to the next ward

: Most of his life truly has been middle-of-the-road American, whether obtained badges and credentials really are as far apart as the than anybody dared hope it and the Korean peninsulatold the very next day," the Senator

spent in politics. In his company, he be Democrat, Republican, or from sympathetic dele- convention oratory would sug would be so short a time after in a political communique said jubilantly, "I would I
from the
gates, got to the floor. But gest. the dismemberment of the Republican say exactly the same
one becomes aware of it forcefully independent.In nominee that the Commander-
Mississippi had a loyal dele- Sectionalism, which was old empires; and the rela- It slayed them." thIng'I I
for two One is in-Chief is somehow with-
-primarily reasons. once almost the dominant con-
gation on hand. tions between the two nuclear During the McCarthy year-
the depth and variety of his political fact, the tone of the 1964 Demo- sideration in American poli- giants, the U.S. and Russia, drawing from leadership in Senator Humphrey showed

experience; he is always recalling in- cratic platform makes it clear that There was an atmosphereof tics, and which Goldwater has are much better than the an- world affairs. just how pliable he could be

tried to revive, is not really tagonists on either side Election campaigns, of At that time he was murh
cidents, stories, men, events, the im the appeal will be primarily to the about the Missis-
pathos increasing in this country but: could this sort buffeted, the
thought they possiblybe course, encourage as most con
of which still and caution
pact guide middle-grounders of both parties, sippians who came and walked decreasing. The Republicansare a decade ago. of thing on both sides. Theyare spicuous leader of the Liberal

him. such as those Republicans who were out with no one following. stronger than they ever a series of battles, some wing of the Democratic Par-

disaffected by the Goldwater take- They were so obviously con- were in the normally Demo- THAT AMERICAN power of them real but a lot of them ty, for alleged softness on the

Undoubtedly, the greatest influ- over in San Francisco and cannot, in fronted here with a world they cratic South. The Democrats, and leadership, under both sham, and they should not be question of internal secun'v

ences on him were Franklin Roose- good conscience, support the ticketof did not know existed and, of in turn, are no longer with- parties, has created a new allowed to blot out the prog- He came upon the necessityto
course, had never seen. They out hope in Northern New balance of power in the worldis ress and the consensus that win reelection in 1934. and
with both of
and Sam their
velt Rayburn, own party this year. the I'
were sadly provincial and out England the Western reserve perfectly clear. That many lie underneath all the shout- question arose among

of touch with their own region and the upper Mississippi serious problems remain is ing. the electorate whether he
I and their own country. was so indifferent to the \\

I I Ij They they became were amazed angry and and while some DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS problem as of to internal be disqualifiedfrom subversion -

I Voice of the People were mean and vindictive, fice. Whereupon holding responsible the darlingof of
they were alien and alone and
l knew it. Goldwater Has His 'Choice'By ties the American Civil Liber
II Union, of the Americans

j On The Sun's Opinion Page for DemocraticAC'tinn____.._ .._.. .., _nf.. fh....*...
IT IS POSSIBLE that the left wing of the Democratic
WALTER LIPPMANNThe In his philosophy there is conciliators and harmonizers.A .
convention set in motion a Party, came forward with a
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Democratic convention always a way in which, even good example of the art is piece of legislation of a scopeso
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should sort of healing. The South was if the issues cannot be settled, the way in which Sen. Hubert daring as to take the
not exceed 500 words and must bt written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The strongly represented in the nominated its two candidatesby
: Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or nominations. South Carolina'sOlin acclamation, adopted its a liveable accommodation can Humphrey came to be nomi- breath away from the most ar

: intent. Johnson, veteran Demo- be found. In the art of find- nated by acclamation.The dent McCarthyite.IT .
platform without controversyand WAS, NO LESS, a bill
: Another Chain Grant (G as in Goldwater). derstood the extent to which cratic Senator from that state dealt with the divisive ing accommodation he is a Vice Presidency has be- to outlaw the Communist Par-
of President
spoke the in master because he has
great ,
in and come a great and ty. The Liberals howled with
Grant had been both a store these unscrupulous men used warm terms. He talked of his disputes Mississippi in prize, at
exceptionally high degree, dismay. But the Bill
; clerk and a military school him friend Hubert Humphrey in Alabama delegations without the beginning of the Johnson actually
: In the Game'EDITOR but his administrationwas
the gift of putting himself inside came into law (it was called
student and had progressedto seconding the nomin a t ion. opening up an irreparable tenure in the White House it the
marked by corruption Com m unist Cont
sectional quarrel. other men's skins, the r 01
Sun I read with Hubert Humphrey, as every was by no means settled and Bill"
: the rank of general. This scandal, radicalism and ex- ), and has ever since
gift of knowing how it feels to
: interest and fascination the parallels Goldwater's life Southern Senator and Con- This remarkable performance certain that he would be ableto been unenforced for the very
quite tremism which al i nated
e gressman knows, has been a be on one side or the other of
due good
little historical parallel con- was everyone make the party accept reason that rather sub-
closely. parts of the for friend of the South. He
country a has agrees, to the fact that Pres- a conflict. he chose stantial Constitutional amendments
cerning the presidential elections anyone name.
Grant had also earned the hundred years and which gave differed, but he always has ident Lyndon Johnson was in would have been required -

: which Observer suppliedlast reputation as a warhawk rise to lawless counter-ex- known the Southern problemand complete control of the con- The ability to put him- The stakes were very high, in order to legitimize it.
week. I also his has patiently sought to self in other men's places, But Senator f
thought when France became an im- tremist groups (such as the vention. The interesting ques- being no less than the future Humphrey has
parting shot about Johnsonnot KKK help in solution. He has never tion is why he had such com- and to argue their case as control of the party. If made his point. and when he
) which any
portant influence in the internal still persist.
been vindictive. It is not inHumphrey's well went back to Minnesota for
being re-elected in 1868 plete controL Quite evidentlyhe as they can argue of the available candidates had
affairs of Mexico he had The excesses of the Reconstruction nature to be any- is a great politician, but themselves, is disarming and reelection, no one could say
was interesting, but it appears advocated direct armed intervention period lost America thing but friendly.The what is the secret of his great- most persuasive in a public been encouraged, if President he was soft on Communists.
that he did not his lit- by American Johnson had at the He was to be in
carry troops. much ness as a politician? man. It is the method of effective beginning sure, put
tle game far enough. In view Fortunately Johnson chose a its pride and world South is by no means negotiation. The last named his own favorite, the Coventry by all Liberals for
of the obvious intentof less direct show of force esteem and led to Grant becoming result would probably have quite a while but forgave
political and lost to Johnson and Humphrey.It THE SECRET begins witha stage of the art is to induce ; they
his letter, I feel I should France withdrew. Again Gold- known as probablyour is almost certain that a refusal to believe that the the contestants to welcome the been a bloody and nasty fac- him. As soon as he won

correct his oversight. water parallels this in his sug- worst president.Yes number of Southern Congressmen racial, sectional, economic and accommodation, having per- tional fight. the reelection hs recast him-

: It is quite true that Andrew gestions for handling Cuba. Observer, history could will examine their hearts ideological differences in this suaded them to feel that it is We know now how, by a self satisfied into them the od that! mold when and
repeat itself. But it would be and consciences and begin to country are irreconcilable.There their own.THESE. combination all
: Johnson, after having Grant was chosen hisparty's surgery and
succeeded as was said and done, he
both was
speak for nomineesand ,
strange indeed if the Ameri- be irreconcilable
may the President
: to the presidency upon candidate by a groupof massage, put truly, a great, dependable
to tell the South
can that Hubert issues. But in the Johnson INTANGIBLE ,
people cannot from
: the assassination of a truly extremists and radicals primarily profit quali- himself in the position of glorious, effervescent
those Humphrey Is an honest creed which is the old Ameri- ties which tend
events of a hundred to become naming for the Vice Presidency -
: great president, was not re- because he looked like friend and not the And now, probably, there
villian the can creed, there are no issues oversimplified when
years ago. put into the man that the
elected. The man who was he could win. The general himself Dixiecrats con- will be no murmur of recollection
stereotype try to that are irreconcilable among words, are the characteristicsof vention and the had
:_ chosen instead was IJIi'sses probably never really un- OBSERVER II make him out to be. Americans. the effective party about his relapse during
peacemakers, come to want to have named.fr.ehe the McCarthy period.

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News of Special Interest to the Colored Community I September is {j

WALDO NEWS V in the dining room of the Shady, weeks has been pleasant, were I' Body Beautiful Month !I

School To Open Grove Primitive Baptist Church. flown to their home yesterday. I
The Waldo Elementary School News items for this page should be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. Mrs. F. D. Mrs. Delia M. Johnson left: I
will on 526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not,send news directly to the Gaines- at :t
open Tuesday Sept. 1, Shannon, reporter; Rev. R. J. yesterday for Tallahassee be-: II!
at 8 p.m. The principal. ville Sun office. Gainous, pastor.WILLISTON cause of the illness of her aunt, 6&4 I

Mrs. Sadie H. Griffin, whose ,
IN MEMORIAMIn NEWS condition was reported as im

memory of our beloved s Note of Thanks proving *

husband son and brother the Mrs. Esther Harris wishes to Mrs. Marty Carter returned .

late George Dexter, who departed ,b thank: everyone who gave her here yesterday from Washington ,

") this life August 31, 1961. You donations for the runners for the D. C., where she was

are gone but not forgotten. The New Hope Baptist Church. She called because of business. ;
family. .. reported 9420. :Mrs. Esther Miss Ella Mae Hunt, of Ocala, i i

s Harris. passed through Gainesville yesterday I"
BUSINESS MEETING Card of Thanks i en route to Jacksonvilleto :I II

There will be a business meet r Rev. J. H. Phillips pastor of visit at the Edward Waters z aV I;

ing at the Mt. Herman Baptist the New Hope Baptist Churchat College.Mrs. i
Church on Thursday Sept. 3, at Williston, wishes to thank James Bryant, of Jacksonville -

8 p.m. Rev. Alex Harrison, pas everyone who helped to make passed through t he !I.I

tor. his 14th anniversary program University City yesterday en 1

I: ___ 7 successful.He route to visit with her sister, I : II ii

CLUB NOTICEThe received $113.00 and also'a Mrs. Cora Sims, and, other I lIIi

University City Floral box of groceries. Rev. J. H. relatives at St. Petersburg. \ ii !aa

Club will hold its regular meet. Phillips. Miss Willie Mae Douglas flew: ;

I ing on Wednesday Sept. 2, at 8 Notice yesterday to Atlantic City, N.J., i
p.m. at the home of Mrs. ,Lau I on a brief visit and outing with I
The White Rose Court of Heroines
\ ra Williams, on S.E. 4th Ave- her aunt, Mrs. Jane Williams, I a
nue. Mrs. Martha Adams, president Visitor to GibbsTo of Jericho will meet todayat and other relatives.
8 at Williston instead of
il ; Mrs. A. Davis, reporter. p.m. Deacon and Mrs. Willie B. Allen -I
Sept. 7. Mrs. Florence Z.
] Gibbs Junior College two years was former Florida Governor LeRoy Col- Thompkins matron.PERSONALS recently returned to Gaines

lins, center. He is shown here with Archibald J. Carey, Jr., Chicago, banker, ville from New York City
el1 tuar t5 and minister; President John W. Rembert; and two Gibbs Junior College stu- where they visited the World's

dents. The event was the commencement exercises at the college during which Fair. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re
MRS. EMMA WILLIAMSMrs. Carey delivered the keynote address. Collins participated in the ceremonies by Mrs. Euretta Williams and porter. I
sons, Benny and L. C., all of Miss Helen Stephens, of Tampa I
Emma Williams who presenting President Rembert a citation given by a national fraternity.
was a member of the Shady Williston, are spending their is visiting with her sister,I

t Grove Primitive Baptist Church vacation with relatives at Jack Mrs. Nellie Williams, here for II
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSEast Ferguson pastor.Mt. s o n planning. Departmental sonville. I
died in fortnight.
the Alachua
General Carmel There grade grouping and commit.
Side Church of God in Baptist -
Porter Ricke
Linday ,
y Miss Carrie Smith and
Hospital on Saturday. Christ Church School, 10 will be mid-week Meditation tee meetings on August 28. L. I
and Johnnie, children, and Mrs.
Funeral arrangements will be Ennie Thomas both of Ft. Lau-
I Services tomorrow 8 M. Jackson, principal
morning worship, 11:30 p.m. ; LougeneHill
; Helen Porter all of
'I announced later. Mrs. F. D. and Rosa Spence, editors Williston, derdale, who have been guestsof I
and evening worship, 7
j Shannon,reporter. ; returned to Williston after Miss Thomas' relatives here
Elder J. C. Carter, pastor. ELEMENTARYDuval reporters.
I ___ p.m. spending their vacation at Sara- for the past two weeks, flew yes
Church of God in ChristChurch Elementary School pre sota. (Mrs. Bessie Mae Wes terday to their home. a n
MR. COLAN CAMPBELL School, 10 a.m.; morning planning on Aug. 24 was: General SLATES MEETINGThe ley reporter.)
Mrs. Jane Williams left
Colan Campbell of Gainesvilledied i worship, 12 noon; You ng assembly, E. J. Cochman, Choral Group of LodgeNo. Daniels yesterday
Miss Betty and Miss for Atlanta, Ga., becauseof
Sunday afternoon at th eJ People's Willing Workers' Meet- presiding. Pupil personnel and 113 will meet Tuesday at 8
Hattie Mae James
of De- business. She will be
Alachua General Hospital following -ing, 7 p.m.; and evening worship attendance, Harold J. Jones, as- p.m. at the home of Mr. .and land were guests of Miss Dan- for several days. away NOW!'. ADJUSTABLE'STHM'S THAT STRETCH!
illness. 8 Bishop M. Williams, sistant coordinator Mrs. Charlie Ross, of 704 S.W.
a lingering p.m. pupil
person 5th Terrace. iels' relatives in Gainesville yes Reginald Williams, of Washington INEW ALLEGRO BRA BY 1 MAIDENFORM!
)J .
Mr. Campbell lived in Gainesville pastor.Mt. nel.

terday.Mr. i D. C., who called here
for great number of years. Pleasant Methodist Special service person ne 1: CONTINUE ILL and Mrs. Robert Burns because of the death of h is Feel deliciously carefree in new adjustable straps

'r Funeral arrangements will be Church School, 9:30: a.m.; morn- Speech correction in the elementary and son, Jim all of Newark, father, the late Hampton Williams that stretch. Has anything before ever let 5011'

J announced by Hughes & Chest ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening school, Mrs. Gladys D. The following persons continue N. J., whose visit here and recently departed for his move so comfortably? Three-section cotton'

,I nut Funeral Home. worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. M. Alexander, s pee c h therapist: ill at their homes: Mrs. Jacksonville for the past two home. I broadcloth cups give perfect support-hold their
------ psychological testing in the elementary Estella Knowles and Mrs. Hal- I shape (ands ours) for e\erande\cr! For fashion!
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school, Mrs. Susie M. lie Jackson. Friends hope they i and ease...a lou-scooped back. Here and there,a1leu '

Shower Fetes'Betty White, pupil personnel and guidance will be well soon. Mrs. F. D. I 'f.,. : tI embroidered flowers sprinkled for daintiness

; music in the elementary Shannon, reporter. Joni ,A, B, C, cups 82.50, D cups S3.00.
school Mrs. Mozean Green, I '
music .
All Cotton Broadcloth. ii
Ann SislerFirst teacher; and grade group LACROSSE NEWS ,Elastic Straps: Nylon Rubber, Rayon Gotten. -
of the ;
meetings August 25. There wasa Program Set 1 Dance (Exclusive of Decoration.)

District Teachers' Meeting at The Male Chorus from Arch I' *

of the pre nuptial Also Mrs. Fred Laughon, I War Memorial A ud i torium, er will appear in a musical I' 406 E. UNIV. AVE. f\J

events to compliment Mi s s Mrs. L. R. Arrington, Mrs. Ocala. program at the Bethel A.M.E.

Betty Ann Sisler, whose weds Selden Waldo, Mrs. Benny General assembly with M r s. Church on Sept. 6 at 8 p.m. FALL TERM j < .. A 5

II s ding to Thomas Duncan Ri- Brasington, Mrs. William T. Affie Wright, presiding. Individual This promises to be a very BEGINS TUES., SEPT. 8 ; ,< .. _
, der of Minneapolis will be an teacher planning and outstanding entertainment, and
event of the Christmas sea- H.Cobb E., Mrs.Spencer Walter, Mrs.Wynn Marion, Mrs. grade group meeting on August the public is invited to attend. REGISTRATION f-\:::\

son, a miscellaneous showerwas i 26.
Hutchinson, Mrs. Ernest Sept. -42:30-6O0 i' .'.
given Thursday evening. MEN'S DAY PROGRAMThe
General assembly with Miss
Cook, Mrs. Luther Hammond, yKwkq
Hostesses for the party Mrs. Robert Scarborough, Lula Allen, presiding.. Individual Men's Day program at Come by or call for appointment

were Mrs. Ernest Cox and Mrs. William Wilson, Mrs. teacher planning and grade the Shady Grove Primitive Bap- 372-9898 .

her daughter Miss Mary Donald Brooke, Mrs. Herman group meeting on August 27. tist Church has been set for PHONES 372-3569 w .
Margaret Cox, who entertained Schnell, Mrs. Bonnie Prevatt, General assembly with Mrs. Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. x 5k

at their home.A Mrs. Roy Leilich, Mrs. Wood- Janie H. Norton, presiding. Les- There will be given a banquet $bfe a l< -
of white --- -----
corsage carna- Parker -
row Mrs. Robert
tions was presented to the Feather, Mrs. Park Ty reo s
honoree by the hostess, who >
Miss Vandy Cooper,
also presented her mother, Miss
Dale Midgette Margaret -

Mrs. Harry Sisler, with a Manson and Sherri Schol- r ZS .t,
white carnation corsage. I ;

Guests included the bride-to field.Miss u
M ;
-be, her mother Mrs. Sisler; Sisler will leave soon :

her grandmother, Mrs. PearlK. to resume graduate studies in
Shaver of Orlando; her English at the University of ) 4 M>

sister Susie Sisler. Minnesota. N -
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Solemnized at the home of pink rosebuds. .. "- :; = -- : \ i
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Luncheon FollowsDr. I --' < to SAVFrSAVE-

James Milton McClamroch, the and Mrs. McClamroch r.. I I
wedding of Miss Margaret Mc- ent with a wedding 1 ; \WH nje*er yank at a girdle again!.
Clamroch now of Phila- h t the Gainesville .

phia, and Dr. Surinder Meh- Gou. ......1 Country Club follow- I
I ta, Philadelphia, son of Dr. ing the ceremony. Jf1 .s' M. ,
; and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of New I( E. CONCERTI"

Delhi, India, took place at !
10:30: o'clock yesterday morn- ISAVElS601 \

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I Gainesville, formerly of Quin- :I : h :f ;{sky e1 l 6obbsuf T: s l. 1 .

I cy. WHAT TO DO \=- "",",,..;,. ,_...*'I",","' _uou:" ..I.; ?: I ._. Only Maidenform makes the
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Rev. Thaxton S p r ingfield, I
Willram C. "Bill" Smith \,; Canister VacuumNow when lOU bend clines
of the Meth- I open
pastor University :I t EI-capKrty eisposaa odist Church. There's hearsay rumor '\;- only 9 995 No-tip coftstructioa- lOU .A
rest of the girdle alrfaJulaYJ
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An improvised altar was -3 u nf-I'rgdat>M.ut Now in fabulous
of lipstick stains easier than in place! 't.
arranged in front of the liv- i Use handkerchief, r at a tow. tow ate!Zig rag wrthovt S38!! .
anyone. a special attachments* Udu- light*eight"L) Spandex
ing room fireplace with white I elbow grease, and throw the o sne ltoul dcop M'bobb 1IocIe f i svelte look -r'
for that girdled
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summer flowers, greenery and away. r .
silver candlesticks h o ]ding I II n't know with an umnlubltecl., ungir- I

I white tapers decorating the i We do know thot lipstick SINGER T.aile $or died feeling! The ultimate in M'

mantel. I pardon the expression, pleaseis Phonograph = cnmfort!.S.lII.,XL !
, nothing more than grease Patabk.cod lOnder SINGER* Pantie, S3.95. Long leg I
Gown Made By Bride i iGivenn ii i and dye. Pigments in an oil tawptete with batteoesREEtP
i I base. Plus the inevitable per- Record aAem / Rig Cleaning (rantie S7.95.Spaodex. .
marriage by her fume. win yoor purchase. Ffeor Ptdiskaa .
r wet tla+tin 1\10. "Lycra
father, the bride wore an Empire n PISS-* > .
Pretty and frogrant on the s a ; e noModverhied 2 brushes
style ivory satin gown, lips, but a problem smearedon SAYE SSD special*!. t
which she made. Her veil clothes. Now$168 90 2 bating pads ..
of illusion held in plate : 4w borne sewwe ant Rug cleaning ..
I was You, dear lady, need remem- Regular J21S.90 value ,
by a headpiece of illusion and I ber only one thing. Leave lipstick 1. The STyLE-MATE 'i i attachment y
She carried a bou- stains alone. Please. Let Machine -zI zit without
pearls. I
; special attachments; Sale $24? I
I quet of ivory rosebuds and us worry with" them. Bring themin 2.Handsome cabinet; New FALL FABRICS j

lilies of the valley. |i: fresh for and cleaning young and while" 99 they're times 3.t.SewatDaskett Sewmt bench; i in Co-ordinated Colors I road r 3 i .r.

Mrs. Stephen Sessums of I i out of 100 we'll get them out I
Tampa sister of the bride ,I 100?o. Thot is. in fact, the SJMGSR Portoblt

was matron of honor and Mr. [ main in rule every for case good: clean wardrobecare soon Typewriter SINGERSEWING THE STORE WITH MORE ;i

j Sessums was best man. j after staining, leave it alone. ,-' CHOOSE i GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER i '
The matron*of honor wore a For a good job of lipstick : Complete.&case 1502 NORTH MAtN STREET
removal and all other cleaning from over 19,000j Safe$442
satin -
gown of jade green i items. as Istb
I fashioned like that of the j flit zaM 9s s T _../,..
bride, and carried a bouquet i j CALL: OR BRING THEM TO 111L W. ,
. rosebuds. i, B-L Foundations Department: Where the Fashion
of yellow I
For her daughter's wedding j i S & S CLEANERS FR 6-6310 ; Minded Mold Their Figures with The Help of

the bride's mother chose a Delivery tW Cash and Carry @ Trained Corsetieres
French blue cotton and lace 11 I 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4184, .., .:.--. ....l I USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT or LAYAWAY

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I I t tI J"a..f. "uSlU.t i. I g"Y 1. Goine viii Sun S Ii;

.': I Jr. College I Tslionibe Claims City Recaptured From RebelsBy "I

COUNTIES Plan Joined ROBIN MANNOCK mation from other sources.,off by machine-gun fire. Five whites in the city. $jJ
LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo :Tshombe said the rebels still'were wounded.
AP Premier Moise held Alb-rtville I Tshombe hopes the recapture
( )
Airport, 12
I Oiaintsui1k j iun Northcentral l Florida News By Dixie Co.By Tshombe says his army has recaptured -I miles from the city. Tshombe said his troops freed of Albertville will give the demoralized j I
fI I II I the strategic city of I A spearhead of white mercenaries 28 Europeans who had been held,i Congolese army a .i
JOE DAY Albertville in the eastern Congo, I phychological boost in its at-
Sun CorrespondentCROSS but Communist-backed rebels approached the airport I hostage. He gave no indication, tempt to beat back rebel forces I
55 Attend arc reported on the march last Thursday but were driven of the fate of about 100 other''I in the northeast Congo. '
CITY Twelve
Southern Farm again toward Bukavu. rli
from Dixie County are at- .}
Tshombe personally announced -
tending Lake City Junior Col- I
Levy County the government victoryover
lege this semester, as the Dix- -
TI.T' .
Radio Leopoldville Sunday.He I
ie School Board for i
County joins
Market said the rebels left behind _
: \ Summary PTA SchoolBRONSON the first time other counties par- their weapons in the flight from : \ !,:
ticipating in the junior
the city. There was no
ATLANTA Ga. Sluaghter, Choice feeder steer calves I .- The Levy program. I E
cattle and calf prices advancedat brought $18 to $21 at Georgia County Council school of in- Eleven of the Dixie County tutkesMayrt
most southeastern markets auctions, $20.50 to $22 at Nashville I, struction was attended by 55 of-I students travel daily to Lake I
last week as receipts declined.The $18.75 to $22.75 at Mem- ficers and representatives at City in a bus purchased for that Merge; I II
U. S. Department of Agri- 'phis, and Good and Choice calves the county court house in Bron- purpose. The bus differs from III

I culture's Marketing Service reported brought $17 to $23 at Ken- son Thursday. regular school buses in that it Mills'Company II
that slaughter steer tucky auctions. School Superintendent A. E. has
I II reclining seats providing
Mikell welcomed the EASTMAN, Ga. (AP) A 28-
prices trended strong to group 1 ;i
comfort for
more the
' $1 higher at Florida auctions to I' Southeastern fresh fruits and and Council President b. R. the ride. students state chain of candy and gift s ss
I on long
vegetables moved to market in shops is discussing a merger
as much as $2 higher at Louis- Campbell introduced Mrs. Mar-
ville and Kentucky auctions. light to moderate volume last tha Johnson, Tampa, past pres- I The bus is driven by Tommy with the Pet Milk Co.
Prices for slaughter calves advanced week. Supplies of tomatoes and ident of the Florida Council, Varnes, one of the students attending W. S. Stuckey Sr., presidentof

75 cents to $3 at Mont- apples increased, and the water- PTA, as guest speaker. : Lake City Junior Col- Stuckey's Inc., has promisedmore NEW ASSOCIATES HOME
gomery auctions and vealers melon season neared the end. Harry W. Hunter, Ocala, lege. Other students commuting details on the merger

sold $1 to $3 higher at Louis- Georgia sweet potatoes movedat spoke to the group outlining to classes daily include Timmy later this week.
the PTA "It would include practicallyall IMPROVEMENT FINANCING PLAN
ville. Feeders generally brought mostly $3.75 a bushel at the platform and his workon Parker Larry Bachle, Hal I
the audio visual aids mater- Chewning Jr., Elzy Lord, Jerome the holdings my family
I steady to $1 higher pricesin modernize I
Atlanta Farmers Market. Sweet enables you to remodel, landscape and now
the Southeast. ials.Mrs. ; Allen, Jerry Jones, Kathy'owns, Stuckey said Sunday.
potatoes brought $4.25 a crate at I'
l Prices for butcher hogs also Louisville, and mostly $2.50 a' Marion Booker, Bronson Ipaulk Land Dorothy Hines, Myrtle Under the merger, Stuckey's Why wait for the improvements your home person. Your request, large or small win
PTA president, supervised the and i reportedly would become a di-
be handled confi
advanced at several markets bushel basket for field Phillips. needs now? Associates Home Improvement promptly-in strictest
I run potatoes -dinner served in the Bronson i vision of Pet with Stucky as di- Plan will the dence. Write the Associates
Dennis or telephone
last week-as much as 75 cents at Birmingham. Bennett, who is attend Financing provide money you
(.i I at Nashville and 25 to 50 cents i High School cafeteria. I ing the junior college on a basketball vision vice president.The need today! The Associates offer "Lookoffice near you for an appointment. Over
at Memphis.The I Most grade averages declined Following the dinner activi- scholarship is making I company's holdings in- Ahead Borrowing"plans for any responsible 600 offices in the U. S. and Canada.
last week at GeorgiaFloridafluec ties were resumed at the court- .I his residence in Lake clude a candy factory and man-
Agricultural Marketing City while
u red tobacco auctions.! house where association pres- ufacturing unit for the chain in
Service also that broiler attending classes.
reported A Financing Plan For Every Need
Gross sales for the season idents met with Mrs. Johnson Eastman; the Stuckey PecanCo.
# prices advanced a cent a through Aug. 27 totaled 170.5 and the secretaries met under Another phase of the junior which buys and processes A ASSOCIATESFINANCE
pound in the Southeast last I the direction of college program is the offeringof
,million\ pounds and averaged Mrs. Merriwe- pecans; Stuckey's InvestmentInc.
week. Egg prices moved upward $58.80 a hundred pounds. ther. of Chiefland. courses for college credit in ., which builds and leases INC.
about a cent at most southeast I s.wFinance Dixie County. Courses offeredin
I committee m e m- the chain stores; and a sign
I markets. At South Carolina and Border I bers met with Mrs. Frank Bul- Cross City this term are making unit, Signs and Plasticsof 1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE..372.2551
I Broiler prices were quoted at 'North Carolina flue-cured markets -,lock, Williston, and president Math 105 and English 101. Georgia.
'. mostly 14% cents a pound at I' gross sales for the season! Campbell met with committee
in Alabama through Aug. 27 totaled 134 million .I I
farms Friday Georgia, chairmen to discuss the various 'I
Mississippi, and North pounds and averaged $57.30: duties and functions of the i I .
Carolina. Prices held steady at a hundred pounds. ,committees.Livestock j '
j 15 cents in Virginia, and about --I.1
steady at 15.8 to 17 cents in the

Del-Mar-Va area. Market announcing

Prices Friday for most con-

sumer grade A large eggs, in
cartons in sales to retailers by I WINTER HAVEN The tie and calves sold last week,i

markets were: Atlanta, 50 to Gainesville Livestock Market according to a report by W. 0. : "
50H cents; Birmingham 47 to topped all other Florida auction Whittle chief of Florida State 7 t
I k M a
49V4 cents; Jackson 49% to 50 ,markets in the number of cat- Farmers Markets State Depart- : : t

cents: and North Carolina ment of Agriculture. I 1tt

I points, 53 to 55 cents. Ccinelcry Work Fifteen Florida markets last It .
week sold a total of 8,458 cattle
End-of-week hog prices at
and calves, with the Gainesville
leading southern markets for At LaCrosseLACROSSE :
market reporting 1,427 head
most U. S. 1 to 3 grade butchers
180 to 240 A sold.Gross I tb y
generally weighing cemetery V .' ,
the 15
receipts at mar- u
pounds were: Georgia-Florida- working is scheduled tomorrowat ,
Alabama packing area, $16.75 to the New Hope Primitive Bap- kets, including the sale of 2,458' gH' ,. : .
hogs and and four
pigs goats,
$17: north Georgia, $17 to tist Church near.
$17.50; Nashville $17.75 to Persons who want to help with came to $443,191.91.Handling I { ; 5 :

$18.50; Memphis, $17.25 to $17.50, the clean-up of the cemetery the second highest,', I I 5" ,. ., ; :
and Louisville, $17.75 to $I!. have been asked to come early number of cattle and calves was
the Cattlemen's Auction Mari;
: Receipts of cattle and calves tomorrow morning and bring ket, Lakeland with 1,164; The I L
lawn mowers and rakes. ,, ,
at several southeastern markets Hardee, Livestock Market, Wau-! ,i
declined last week. Louisville chula, was third, selling 1,036 : Y kc'p j ySida
reported 50 per cent smaller receipts Anti-War RallyWARSAW I cattle and calves. i iI

compared with the pre- I Mills Auction Market, Ocala, I r ..
vious week. Nashville reported Poland (AP) A i handled the most hogs and pigs, i A "'' aerpo'. l"1C.iy 'ice. .i.'ir,,MKy. .'.- t : I 4 '
receipts were down 15 per cent. series of antiwar rallies will be '627 head and the Suwannee Val'
On the other hand, receipts at held on the 25th anniversary of ley Auction Market Live Oak: 1
Florida auctions were up 7 per Hitler's 1939 invasion of Poland. was second with 552. 1
.. ;
cent from the previous week I p t

Good grade slaughter steers I ... .a-rl ....
brought $23 to $25 at Louisville, WHA Y PAY MORE

$21 to $25 at Florida auctions, I II
I $21 to $24 at Memphis, $19 to THE NEW HOME OF
$24 at Georgia auctions, $20 to
$23 at Kentucky auctions and I

$20.50 auctions.to Good$21.75 and at choice Montgomery steers ON E'V

I sold at $22 to $23 at Nashville. No Unnecessary Middleman EDWIN W. PECK I INC.
Utility slaughter cows ranged Low Overhead Modest Profits
from $10 to $14 at most auctionsIn Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry
Florida Georgia, and at First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service ,
Montgomery; while Utility and

$13 at Nashville\ $12 to $14.75,, 11IcnlrNY "'/..... VT TO .
at Memphis, and $15 to $16 at AND COVUAtlCAM tmJtif IIPICTANCri I
ii Louisville. I i,_.'. 1* OATSMINVTIS l ti .miMix OM
Slaughter calves grading Good I 1 : MO PAINTY 0001 t 1AKC WOOD 3432 NORTH MAIN STREET
ranged from $16 to $22 at auctions I A.I..tOIIa.I HICAUON MINUTU
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in Georgia, Florida and at lAST CHAM UP VOOO
Good and Choice -_ ixmiot sutFAcu
Montgomery. .
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calves brought about $16.50 to }PLASTI -UP
t $20 at Memphis and Louisville.' WAll10AA0. ITC. OTHER OFFICE SPACES OCCUPIED BY

Choice vealers sold at $25 to i $698 2nd EVERY GAL. FREE $898 2nd EVERY GAL. FREE Office Space AvailableOne

$29 at Louisville, and $23 to' See Mary Carter Paints Exhibit At World's Fair BURROUGHS CORPORATION
$27.75 at Georgia auctions. I office space left. 960 Square feet, two rest
rooms terrazzo floor acoustical tile ceiling.
Feeder steers grading Good LftLiittJ GE heat and air conditioning unit furnished. and
generally ranged from $16 to Sixty free parking spaces on paved lot. Reason-

$20 at most southeastern mar- able rent. Contact Ed Peck. P. O. Box 463, or PIERSOL AUTO APPRAISAL SERVICE
kets. Good and Choice steers telephone FR 2-0983 or FR 6-5119.
501 N.W. 8th Are, Gainesville, Phone 376-7588
I brought $18.50 to $22.50 at Louis,
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6 Gainesville Sun Monday August 31, 1964Johnson's I II

Views on the Major Issues of the Day:1, ::1

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WASHINGTON AP "To those nations which do 'peoples and nations of Western a constitutional the M
) amendment first Soviet Sputnik previous that no nation and no party and f |

Following are the views of President commit themselves to progress 'I Europe and North American is abolishing the poll tax as a fall Johnson said: !no system can control the future I !

Johnson on a variety of issues under freedom, help from us indispensable to this end. Without prerequisite to voting: "Since Aug. 30, when the first 'of man." 1 I

as expressed in speeches, and from others can provide the their power-the resultant of "The abolishment of the poll session of this Congress ad- I

magazine articles, news confer. margin of difference between population, resources, technology -tax as a condition to voting in journed the human race itself- i
i I ,
eqces and other public remarks failures and success. I and will-it cannot be pres federal elections is the forward without regard to flags or philo Violence { ]I

and_ messages: "We will be laying up a har- I erved." step of a modern society. It is a sophy-has multiplied its capabilities i ':

f vest of woe for us and our children On April 4, 1964, in responseto verification of people's rights to infinity."In On July 18, 1964 in a news 4 !i II

Agriculture if we shrink from the task a news conference question which are rooted so deeply in Soviet conference at his Johnson City i
the has
: essence, I Tex., ranch in to
of grappling in the world community whether the actions of French the mainstream of this nation'shistory. response a j

In a nationwide television ( :4 with poverty and igno- President Charles de Gaulle As majority leader of appraised control of space as that a'question about a statement by :!
of such
were splitting the Western alliance -the Senate, I personally urged goal consequence Sen. Goldwater that violence in !
broadcast April 24, 1956, speak- rance. achievement of such control has:
the banishment of bars the streets would be a major I
to vot
Johnson said
ing in reply to a speech by President "These are the grim recruit. : been made a first aim of national -'
ing. This triumph, now, of liber. campaign issue, Johnson said:
Dwight D. Eisenhower on ing sergeants of communism. "No I do not believe that the policy. We on the other handor

his veto of a Democratic farm "They flourish wherever we Western alliance is being split. I ty over restriction is a gratefuland so the evidence suggests-I "I think that I should remindall j

bill, Senate Majority Leader falter. If we default on our obli- think we have differences in the proud moment for me. regarded other goals and aimsas i, that the United States is one

Johnson said: gations, communism will expand alliance from time to time be- having a higher imperative."The I!of the few nations which does I

"Since 1952 wages have gone its ambitions." tween countries and between Political testimony of the scientists -not have a national police force.

up; corporate dividends have spokesmen and leaders of those is this: The Constitution provides the ;

gone up; the entire national income countries, just as we have differences PhilosophyIn "Control of space means con- responsibility for law and order .4 :

has gone up. But the in- Foreign PolicyIn among ourselves from trol of the world, far more certainly -!'should be vested in the states ;I I

come of the farmer has gone time to time. But on the serious an article in the winter, far more totally, than I i and in the local communities, J I

o down 26 per cent. a speech Oct. 23, 1952, in problems, as I have said before, 1958 issue of the Texas Quarterly control that has ever or''for the protection of the individual. "

Houston, TeL, Johnson said: when the chips are down, Johnson outlined his political any &
"The worker who is could be achieved by,,
making ever
"If in the world f
anywhere whether it is Berlin, whether i it philosophy this way:
refrigerator and television sets by any means, open or con- is Cuba, or what not, we think! I "I am a free man an American weapons, or by troops of occu: "I would be interested in : i

will sooner or later be out of cealed communism trespasses that the alliance and the family; a U.S. senator, and a Dem- pation."If I seeing the other party spell out t
work if there is no one to buy of the free out in space, there is the I what of to feela
upon the soil will all be together. We will effectively -ocrat, in that order. I! some you seem
refrigerators and televisionsets. unleash all the I ultimate position-from which : serious takeover local law
world we defend freedom "I am ?lso a liberal, a conservative -
But if the farmer can't total control of the earth maybe i
the enforcement all
power at our command upon it is challenged. a Texan a taxpayer, because I think
make a living, the farmer can't vitals of the Soviet Union." a rancher, a consumer, a par- exercised-then our national!. of us realize it has the gravest
buy these things. If he can't buy goal and the goal of all free men
In a May 25, 1959 speech to ent, a voter, and not as young implications."I .
them, that cuts the market NuclearIn must be to win and hold that
down. And that means workers : the graduate class at Southwest as I used to be nor as old as I I.1 think it would be of the utmost -
San Mar- I expect to be-and I am all these position.
Texas State College
will be thrown out of jobs. a news conference on April On Nov. 17, 1958 speaking to, concern to those who be- 4
in fixed order. I
. "The farmer's income must PRESIDENT JOHNSONconcern cos, Johnson said: 23, 1964, Johnson said: things"I no of descriptive the first United Nations Committee lieve that the federal government's -
am unaware
be bolstered not only for the I "We can no longer afford the "I am glad to report that our I word in the any second on Outer Space in New federal police power

farmer's sake, but for your itself with the equalityof luxury of a smug and self-as- decision to cut back on the production I paragraph which qualifies mod- York, Johnson said: should be limited to interstate
Economy sured foreign policy. We can no vision I matters in situations where the
sake. Otherwise we may spin its citizens invites the risk of of unneeded nuclear ifies, amends, or is related by "It is the American ,

into another depression." impairing the chance for suc- And TaxesOn longer go out into the world with! materials, and the parallel an- hyphenation to the terms listedin believe, that out of this fresh states' ability to maintain law
a spray-gun in front of us, an Chairman humankind which and order has broken down."
In a message to congress on cess in our struggle to upholdthe nouncements of the first paragraph. In consequence start for
and bath-
Agriculture, Jan. 31, 1964, John cause of freedom in the, March 6, 1958, discussing a electric refrigerator Khrushchev and Prime Minister I am not able nor space affords many may at last He began that same news con
tub behind us, and a native in- waste of
have been himself of the
son said: world. Democratic to Douglas Home even the least interested in free ference with a condemnation of
proposal speedup
terpreter between us and the his
"The agricultural commodity "The counsel of delay is not public works to ease the people to whom we carry the warmly greeted throughout the trying to define my political guarding himself against hate groups and tactics of in-
the world and by responsible opin- philosophy by the choice of a ignorance of his neighbors. timidation
developed during :
programs recession Johnson told the Senate
the counsel of courage. A gov- message of freedom. ion in this country. We have one-word two-word label. "Barriers between us will fall
past 30 years have served us ernment conceived and dedicated : "American must put on its or "I condemn as do most Americans ;
these rise to
clear that an-
made it space.
well. This be against the tide, as our sights
They are now an indispen-. to the purpose that all men "Congress has granted complete working clothes, roll up its nouncements do not constitute but if may so the choice is deliber "Secrecy will cease to be. the use of violence and
sible bulwark of our agricultural ,
are born free and equal cannot authorioty and ample funds sleeves and walk down the high- an international agreement or Man will come to understandhis terror by clandestine hate or

economy. Without them our pervert its mission by rephras. for wide of construction of the world alongside the ate."This ganizations. of this
food supply would be much less a range way !contract of any sort. This is a leads to a listing of the fellow man-and himselfashe Savagery or

secure than it is today. ing the purpose to suggest that projects, both civil and military. other peoples of the earth who! policy of restraint by mutual tenents of my own beliefs the has never been able to do. In any other kind is completelyalien

men shall be free todaybutshall These funds at the present time aspire to rise above the status example." specific tenents of own phi- the infinity of space adventure, to the entire moral and political .
"But in need of im II my
they are be equal a little later. are being the basis of of their birth." richnessof tradition of the United
New conditions arising spent on a On July 24, 1964 in response losophy. I would set them down man can find growing ;
from the technological revolution On Nov. 27, 1963 in his first normal economy. In his first speech before a to a news conference ouestion this way: mind, or spirit, and of liber- States. ;

in agriculture present a speech as President to a joint "But there is nothing normal joint session of Congress as:! about Sen. Barry Goldwater's "First, I believe every American ty." "The effort to force, bully and

I special challenge-a challenge session of Congress, Johnson about an economy which cannot President said Nov. 27, 1963, proposal to give the NATO commander has something to say and, intimidate American citi ens. to

based upon the problems of said: find jobs for five million willing son"In this: when JOhn-I more discretion over under our system, a right to an The Great prevent them from claimingtheir

abundance rather than scarcity. "No memorial oration or eulogy workers. There is nothing nor- be age I the use of tactical nuclear audience. rights under the Constitution -
losers in and
could more eloquently honor mal about a situation in whichwe no peace no weapons, Johnson said: "Second, I believe there i is must be stopped. State and
"We must also look beyond victors in must SocietyJohnson
war, we recognize -
agriculture to rural America as President Kennedy's memory are losing the productive the obligation to match "The control of the nuclear always a national answer teach local governments have been -;

a whole. Fifty-five million than the earliest possible pas- capacity of five million men and strength with national national -.' weapons is one of the most solemn national problem, and, first came up with working to halt such terror- !

Americans live in rural areas. sage of the civil rights bill for women." restraint. We must be responsibilities of the believing this, I do not believe the concept of the Great Societyin ism."
Too many of them have not had which he fought so long. We In an April 29, 1959 speech one and the same time for President. The man who is pres- there are necessarily two sidesto a speech May 22, 1962. at Ann

an opportunity to acquire the have talked long enough in this before the U.S. chamber of both the confrontation of ident can never get away from every question. Arbor Mich., at the commence-

education skills and earning country about equal rights. We Commerce in Washington, he and the limitation of power We that responsibility and can nev- "Third I regard achievement ment of the University of Michi- High-Speed
power. it. The American of the full potential of our resources -
have talked for 100 years or said: er forget people
which their talents war- He said:
power must be ready to defend the gan.
more. It is time now to write the "I believe that is rely on his good judgment. physical, human and
one have
rant. For too many of them) the any year national interest and to "For in your time we
rural environment has proved a next chapter, and to write it in in which the government should the interest. This negotiate is They want that authority vestedin otherwise to be the highest the opportunity to move not only Intercept

hindrance to a full life, rather the books of law." strive to put its book in balance. common a civilian. They do not expectto purpose of governmental policies toward the rich society and the
the that shall continue
path we of
next to the protection
than the advantage it rightlyan On July 2, as he signed the I do not believe this is a policy to pursue." abandon this duty to militarymen in powerful society, but upward to Missile
in the field, and I don'tthink those rights we regard as Eyed
be. We have made great civil rights bill, Johnson said: which should be trotted out of In a television interview, that have seriously alienable. the Great Society.
in recent but the closet only when a presi- they "The Great Society rests on !
years "Americans of and
progress race
every March 15 1964 he said
: considered that since the "Fourth, I regard waste as
and must do bett r." dential election is in the off- and for all. It WASHINGTON AP) Defense -
we can color have worked to build a nation "As in abundance liberty
long as we are living a Founding Fathers drafted our the continuing enemy of our scientists will begin
of widening opportunities.Now ing. demands an end to poverty and i exper.
world with 120 nations we have Constitution."I society and the prevent of waste
in the few
our generation of Americans On April 28, 1964, speaking to to realize that have racial injustice-to which we firings next
Civil Rights got we got believe that the final waste of resources, waste olives months of a high-speed antimissile -
has been called on to con- !a White House dinner for busi- 120 foreign policies. I realize responsibility for all decisionson or waste of opportunity are totally committed in our to from
designed leap
: On March 9, 1949, speaking of tinue the unending search for ness leaders, Johnson said: that we have discouraging incidents nuclear weapons must rest to be the most dynamic of the time. But that is just the begin- launching point to interceptionwith

a proposal by President HarryS. justice within our borders." "It is too early to make firm from time to time and we with the civilian head of this responsibilities of our govern ning. an enemy missile in a split

Truman for a civil rights law, On July 28, 1964, in a speechto promises on further tax cuts. have problems and because we government, the President of ment.1 "The Great Society is a place second.

Sen. Johnson told the Senate: a group of educators at the But if this one is a successas I try to help with those problems, .the United States, and I think where every child can find

have every reason to believe it sometimes the role of the South knowledge to enrich his mind I The project called Hibex
"This civil rights question White House, Johnson said: peace :and reiterate that I believe that

Brings into play all those strong "We must and shall maintain will be-in building production maker is not a very happy one. is the way the American people and enlarge his talents. It is a (High Boost Experiment), is the

and evil forces of racial preju respect for law and order in creating jobs, raising profits, And so, for that reason we haveto want it." Viet Nam place where leisure is a wel- latest phase in the quest for de.

dice. Perhaps no prejudice: is so America, but democracy never and generating revenues to balance do things that we don't wantto come chance to build and reflect fense against intercontinental

Contagious or so dangerous as has and never will solve its the budget then I see an- do sometimes, and are rather In a news conference, Feb. 1, not a feared cause of ballistic missiles.

the unreasoning prejudice problems at the end of a billy ,other tax cut a few years down irritating and sometimes we Poverty 1964 asked about Gen. de boredom and restlessness. It is Because military targets -

against men because o f their club. Our land is our I the road. are abused because we do them Gaulle's proposal to neutralize a place where the city of man such as underground launch silos -
young In a letter to Sargent Shriver
birth, the color of their skin or strength is great our course is I "But we can move to this second and sometimes we are misun 'Indochina, Johnson said: serves not only the needs of the for Minuteman missiles or
directing him to draw theadministration's
heir ancestral background. Racial far from run, yet there is discontent round of tax reduction onlyif derstood. But if the final resultis up i "If we could have a neutrali- body and the demands of commerce major command centers are
war on -
prejudice is dangerous because among our people we behave ourselves this good, then our action is justi- Feb. 11, 1964, Johnson said: zation of both North Viet Nam' but the desire for beauty heavily fortified against blast

it is a disease of the majority reaching through our whole so- year. We can't let our costs fied. "The problem of poverty is a and South Viet Nam, I am sure and the hunger for community. and other effects, this part of
endangering minority creep up-and we can't let our that would be considered the over-all antimissile defense
ciety." problem for all of us. It is so sympathetically "It is a place where man can

groups. prices' creep up. This is where LaborOn widespread that it is a federal But I see no indication renew contact with nature. It is would be focused on comparatively -

"When we of the South arise Cuba the decisions of leaders in business problem; but it is not just a fed- of that at the moment." a place which honors creationfor close interception.

here to against the civil and leaders in labor are: In a speech Feb. 21 1964 at and for what it
speak June.17, 1958,_commentingon eral matter. It is also, and per its own sake, Scientists of the Pentagon's
rights proposals we are notspeaking crucial. legislation introduced following the University of California at adds to the understanding of the
haps fundamentally problem
a Advanced
Ino a speech March 24, 1964. to "In the Research Project
against the Negro case of wages, we the revelations of the Senate for each citizen, for each business -Los Angeles, Johnson said: race. It is a place where men
Agency figure it will be easierto
race. We are not attempting to the AFL-CIO Building and Con- need to match the good recordof rackets committee, Johnson told and labor union, each char- "The contest in which South are more concerned with the

keep alive the old flames of struction Trades Conference in the past three years and keep the Senate: ity and foundation our churchesand Viet Nam is now engaged in quality of their goals than the identify and destroy an incoming

hatred and bigotry. We are, Instead Washington Johnson departed the increases in line with the "This legislation was needed our clubs. All of these must first and foremost a contest for quantity of their goods. I shielded warhead close than to a

trying to prevent those from his prepared text to say average productivity gain for from many standpoints. First, it be brought together in a total themselves. But those engagedin "But most of all, the Great the military target at

flames from being rekindled.We this about Cuba: the economy as a whole. And was necessary to protect the national drive for total national external direction and supply Society is not a safe harbor, a needed comparative for defense long of range

are trying to tell the rest of "The water problem that disturbed average prices have to be kept victims of crooks and racke- progress against the blight of: would do well to remember that resting place, a final objective, I A has a metropolitan

the nation that this is no the us at Guantanamo was stable. This will mean a good teers. Second, it was necessaryto poverty." this type of aggression is a a finished work. It is a challenge -:tection against area. the city detonation no pro-of

way to accorrplish what so solved not by a battalion of increase in real earnings for help honorable union leaders In an April 27 speech to the deeply dangerous game." constantly renewed, beck- an ICBM a Minuteman silo

many want to do for the Ne- Marines boyoneting their way in labor. And as your sales continue -who found that the situation was LJ.S. Chamber of Commerce in In a June 3, 1964, news con- oning us toward a destiny where 'does. If ;the warhead of the

gro." to turn on the water, but we to rise, it will mean a good beyond control. Washington, he said: ference, he said: the meaning of our lives matches ICBM detonates as it is intercepted

In a speech at San Angelo, sent a single admiral over to cut increase in profits for you." "Above all, it was necessary "In this political democracy, "It may be helpful to outline the marvelous products of the silo will protect the

Tex., Dec. 12, 1958, Johnson said it off. I can say to you that our !to protect the public interest in what you have and what you four basic themes that governour 'our labor. retaliatory missile poised there I

he was opposed to forced integration base is sell-sufficient. By lean Education sound and honest labormanagement own and what you acquire is not policy in South Asia. I even though the explosion is, I

but he added: readiness, a source of dangerand relations." secure when there are men that "First, America keeps her close.
: "We're a little late in our section disagreement has been re In a speech before the United At a news conference April 11, are idle in their homes and word. United Nations

in recognizing that all men moved." Savings & Loan League Convention 1964, after the announcementthat there are young people adrift in "Second, the issue is the future The magazine Missiles and

are created equal. I wish the On April 20, 1964, speaking to in Dallas, Tex., Nov. 11, unions and the railroads the streets, and when there are of Southeast Asia as a In a Senate speech July 2, Rockets[ says in its current edition

hotheads on both sides would the annual meeting of The Asso- 1959, he said the next struggle would continue to negotiate thousands that are out of school whole. 1954. Johnson said: that 10 experimental Hibex

give us a chance to evolve a solution ciated Press in New York, he between the United States and their dispute rather than havinga and millions that are out of "Thid, our purpose is peace. "Firsti the American people devices will be launched in the

to this problem." had this to say about Cuba: the Soviet Union "is going to bea nationwise strike, Johnson work, and the aged are lying "Fourth, this is not just a jungle want no appeasement of the next year from the White Sands,

In explaining his vote for the battle of brains said: embittered in their beds." war, but a struggle for freedom Communists. N.M., missile range.
"The use of Cuba as a base instead of
J957 civil rights bill, Johnson "It is fundamental to our on every front of human "Second, in my opinion the
brawn. Johnson._ said Ameri The
subversion and terror
for is an magazine displays a pho-
--- -- --- ----- "
for the will refuse to
said, "I voted rights whole idea of civilized society activity. American people
obstacle to our hopes for the cans are losing too much talent Poll TaxIn tograph of a model of Hibex, a
bill because I think everyone that we settle disputes by a In a news conference July 24, support the United Nations if
Our task because students unable to cone shaped vehicle with flaring
first are
hemisphere. must a
ought to have the right to vote, I meeting of the minds by a free 1964, Johnson was asked about Communist China shoots its way
he's white brown or be, as it has been to isolate complete more than a high a Senate speech March 9, skirt. The point carries the
vhether or interchange of conflicting ideas, proposals for a 14-nation confer- into membership.
Cuba from the inter-American school education. 49, discussing a civil rights warhead, the center portion the
black. by responsible acceptance of the ence on Southeast Asia. He In a speech Dec. 17, 1963 before -
system, frustrate its efforts to Urging the savings and loan bill proposed by President Tru- rocket engine and within the
In early 1959, Senate Majority best possible solution. This is said: the United Nations General -
destroy free governments, and officials to support his plan forFHA.type man, Sen. Johnson said: flaring skirt of the base are the
Leader Johnson came up with what happens at the collective "But we do not believe in a Assembly he said:
loans to "I do not believe in the poll nozzle and the control elements.
expose for all to see the ugliness college students -
his own civil rights proposals, bargaining table. conference called to ratify terror "I know that vast problems
communism. That he said "Our studentsare tax as a prerequsite for voting.I .
for Community of policyis "There is in large-scale so our is Under the program for which
Including a provision a any policy unchanged.For remain, conflicts between great
Service. He working. The problems of this just as good security as our dispute of have advocated, and I do advocate 10 $16 million has been set aside
Relations a question public in- years, and in three different conflicts between small up
hemisphere would be far houses. If be the repeal of the constitutional '
more they can given terest. This to now contracts have been let
explained this in a Texas radio interest must always administrations the Unit. neighbors, disagreements over : ,
serious if Castro sat in the councils -assistance locally, that's fine. If be provision of Texas ed ,to the Co. Hercules Powder
Speech, Feb. 8, 1959: overriding. But we States has been committed to disarmament, persistence of ancient Boeing -
of the OAS, disrupting debate the states can do it that's fine. which makes the payment of apoll
"Basically, the duty of the must never delude ourselves the freedom and the independence in the area of human Co. and Aerojet-General
tax before citizen wrongs
Community Relations Service > and blocking decision if U they can't, then it is logicalfor that we are serving the public necessary a of South Viet Nam in rights, residual problemsof Corp., the magazine reports.

would be to provide conciliation he had open channels of trade Congress to act." interest if at any time we suppress can vote. helping others to help them- colonialism, and all the rest. Also in on a general study of
and communications along the I "The framers of the Constitution high acceleration missiles for
assistance where conflicts regarding -' > legitimate rights of selves. But men and nations working

constitutional rights are which subversion and terror Foreign AidIn the conflicting parties." were plain, specific and "In those 10 years we have apart created these problems interception is the Hughes Aircraft
could flow-if his had ,unambiguous in providing that
disrupting or threatening to disrupt economy taken whatever actions were Co.
and and nations working
:each state should have the right men
peaceful relations in the been a successful model rather a luncheon at necessary spending men and
speech Tyler, NATO to prescribe the qualifications of together must solve them.
than dismal The effectiveness i
community. a warning. Tex., Aug. 21, 1953, Johnson said its electors. For that reason supplies for different specific "They can solve them with AthiltUpCHICAGO
As vice president in a speechat of our policy is more unless the situation and I purposes at different times. We
changes On
April 6, 1961, Vice President .and for that reason alone, I believe the help of this organization,
Wayne State University, than a matter of trode statis- "some nations their houses shall stick to that policy and
put Johnson we make it
spoke in Paris on that the proposed antipoll when all members a (AP) Sixty calculating
Mich., Jan. 6, 1963, Johnson discussed tics. It has increased awarenessof in order, I have voted for my the 10th anniversary of the establishment -.tax measure is wholly unconsti- shall contine our effort to makeit workshop for constructive action machines were sub.
the Civil War and said: difference and danger revealed -last foreign aid bilL We will even more effective."
of North Atlantic tutional and violates the rightsof and not a forum for abuse; tracted from the offices of
: "Today, as then, we are en- the brutal nature of the have to find a stopping point en
Treaty Organization headquart the states guaranteed by Section when all members seek its helpin Smith-Corona Marchant, Inc.,
gaged in a great struggle. We Cuban regime, lessened opportunities -foreign aid spending before : He said -
we ers.
: 2 of Article I of the Constitution SpaceOn settling their own disputes as Sunday.
leo hear counsel urging restraint for subversion reducedthe bleed ourselves white."
I "No single nation has
enough well as the disputes of others; Police said burglars multiplied
and delay. We too number of Castro's follow- his (
urging I In message to Congress on influence and power to maintain Fifteen years later, as President Jan. 7, 1958, speaking to when an members meet their their crime by using

are counseled that for the gov- 'ers, and drained the" resources i foreign aid March 18, 1964, this spacious environment of he said, in a Jan. 23, 1964, the Democratic Senate conference financial obligations to It; and company truck to carry off the a
of the United States to of adversaries.
xnment our President Johnson said: freedom. The coalition of the message on final ratification of I after the launching of the when all members recognize machines valued at 21000.

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Monday August 31, 1964 Gafnesvffle Sun"

J' Exchange Program Plaj s Into Hands of Russians !;I It.

t. 1
S munists from secretly breaking such an agreement. Our 1 i
THE SUN is serializing Sen. Goldwater's own book, "Conscience of a Conservative," as a reader servi most recent tests demonstrated that
TheCONSCIENCE so that readers can make their own appraisal of the candidate and compare his views in 1960 with his underground atomic"- i
explosions can be set off without detection. j .
statements Our of this
today. publication text is not intended to reflect the Sun's, approval or disapproval I It

of Sen." Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva- Secondly, we cannot hope to maintain even an effective ,

tive is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc. strategic deterrent unless we keep our present nuclear arsenal. j

.- up to date; this requires testing. But the main point I want j

OF not regard Mr. Khrushchev's murderous claque as the legti- Thus, in the light of the West's weakness in conventional to make is that tests are needed to develop tactical nuclear j

mate rulers of the Russian people or of any other people. weapons it might make sense for the Communists to seek weapons for possible use in limited wars. Our military experts I

Not only would withdrawal of recognition stiffen the American disarmament in the nuclear field; if all nuclear weapons have long recognized that for limited warfare purposeswe

people's attitude toward Communism; it would also give suddenly ceased to exist much of the world would immedi- must have a weapons superiority to offset the Commun- I

A CONSERVATIVEBy heart to the enslaved peoples and help them to overthrow ately be laid open to. conquest by the masses of Russian ists' manpower superiority.. ._ ;
r captors. _-awSalinese manpower. This means we must develop and perfect a variety of small" I

Our present policy of not recognizing j i Red Chinais American leaders have not shown a comparable solicitude clean nuclear weapons; and this in turn means: test .: i

6 eminently right and the reasons behind that policy apply for our security needs. After the Second World War, the ing. The development of such a weapons system is the only

SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER equally to the Soviet Union and its European satellites.If United States had a conventional military establishment way in which America will be able to fight itself out of :'
our objective is to win the Cold War, we will start now rivaling the Soviet Union's and an absolute monopoly in the
dilemma-one horn of which
by denying our moral support to the very regimes we meanto nuclear power. The former weapon we hastily and irrespon- superior Communist

defeat. sibly dismantled. The latter we failed to exploit politically, manpower, the other, the impending neutralization of strate- .

and then we proceeded to fritter away our lead by belated gic nuclear weapons.

CHAPTER 10 (Cont.) Disarmament entry into the hydrogen bomb and guided missile fields. Our government was originally pushed into suspending tests

The result is that we are outclassed in the conven- by Communist-induced hysteria on the subject of radio-active .

For many years, our policymakers have paid lipserviceto tional means for waging land warfare; regarding nuclear fallout. However one may rate that danger, it simply has

I In recent months, the so-called exchange program has become the idea of disarmament. This seems to be one of the weapons we are approaching the point if it has not already no bearing on the problem at hand. The facts are that

f an increasingly prominent feature of American foreign ways in modern diplomacy of proving your virtue. Re- been reached where Communist power is equal to there is practically no fallout from tests conducted above ..

policy. The program began modestly enough in 1955 at the cently, however-under strong Communist propaganda pres- our own. the earth's atmosphere, and none at all from undergroundtests.
sure-we have acted as though we mean this talk to be Therefore the only excuse for suspending tests is
Geneva Summit Meeting when we agreed with the Sovietsto taken seriously. I cite our government's momentous decisionto To the impending physical parity in nuclear weapons must that our forbearance somehow contributes to
promote "cultural exchanges" between the two countries. suspend nuclear tests. be added a psychological factor assiduously cultivated by

Since then we have exchanged everything from opera companies Communist propaganda. The horrors of all-out warfare are And my answer is that I am unable to see how peace is"
Students of history have always recognized that armamentraces said to be that brought nearer by a policy that reduce .
and basketball teams to trade exhibitions and heads of '". .. .. so great no nation would consider resorting to any may our rela- .
r.- i.- --
are a symptom of int"rnatinr of nuclear weapons unless under direct attack by those same tive military strength. Such a policy makes sense only under

governments.We it. Peace has never been achieved and it will not in our weapons. Now the moment our leaders really accept this the assumption that Communist leaders have given up their

are told that these exchanges are our best hope of time by rival nations suddenly deciding to turn their swoias strategic nuclear weapons will be neutralized and Communist plan for world revolution and will settle for peaceful coex-

peace that if only the American and Russian peoples can into plowshares.No armies will be able to launch limited wars without fear istence an assumption we make at the risk of losing our

learn to "understand" each other, they will be able to recon- nation in its right mind will give up the means of of retaliation by our Strategic Air Command.I national life.

cile their differences.The defending itself without first making sure that hostile powersare fear they are coming to accept it, and thus that a militaryand If our objective is victory over Communism, we must
no longer in a position to threaten it. achieve in all of the
psychological situation is fast developing in which aggressive superiority weapons-military, as wellas

claim that the conflict between the Soviets and our- The Communists leaders are, of course, in their right Communist forces will be free to maneuver under political and economic-that may be useful in reaching

selves stems from a "lack of understanding" is one of minds. They would not dream of adopting a policy that would the umbrella of nuclear terror.It that goal. Such a program costs money, but so long as the

the great political fables of our time. Whose lack of understanding leave them, on balance relatively weaker than before they is in this context that we must view the Communist money is spent wisely and efficiently, I would spend it. I"
am not in favor of
"economizing" on the nation's .
? adopted such a policy. They might preach general disarm- propaganda drive for a permanent ban on the testing of safety.As

ament for propaganda purposes. They almost might seriously nuclear weapons and the inclination of our own leaders to a Conservative, I deplore the huge tax levy that is
Are the American people ill-informed as to the nature of promote mutual disarmament in certain weapons in the go along with the proposal. There are two preliminary rea- needed to finance the world's number-one military establish _

Communism and of the Soviet state? True, some Americansfail knowledge that their superior strength in other weapons sons why such proposals ought to be firmly rejected. ment. But even more do I deplore the prospect of a I

to grasp how evil the Soviet system really is. But a wuld leave them, on balance, decisively stronger than the foreign conquest which the absence of that establishmentwould
West. First there is no reliable means of preventing the Com-
performance by the Bolshoi Ballet, or a tour of the United I quickly accomplish.

States by Nikita Khrushchev, is certainly not calculated to -- --

correct that deficiency.What I SOFTTOASTS' DRINKBARRY i I

of the Soviet leaders? Are they misled? All of iI SEE /bits\ I II

the evidence is that the men in the Kremlin have a greater

knowledge of America than many of our own leaders. They bythe I BURNER

know about our political system our industrial capacity, i SERVICE

our way of life-and would like to destroy it all. I SUNPOLICE I

The claim that the conflict between the Soviets and our- I II c S> N rIU dark (timr Senator Goldwater mentioned ,

selves stems from a "lack of understanding" is one of the By PHILIP SHABECOFFNEW the beverage on a nationwide: u
great political fables or our time. Whoselack of understanding FIRE REPORT Radonna B. Alden v. James L. AldenJr. Raymond Elliott Watson 23. Coral GIt-j YORK What soft radio address, saying, "I hope i
bles and Gloria Faye Woodward. i
? the name will not affect its I
Gainesville. would have emblazonedon
Accident RoundupThe Ramona W. Warrington v. F. P. War- I 1 1tr1
rington. John Alvin Rolland. 14, Gainesville, and its "the drink commercial "
Are the American people ill-informed as to the nature of following accidents have Virginia Ann Chancey It. Gainesville. label right success. i .. --'i:
Divorce Suits Ended Douglas Wayne DuBose 25. Fort for the conservative taste?" I ..
Communism and of the Soviet state? True some Americansfail been reported to the Gainesville Annie M. Graham v. Ernest L. Gra White Alachua.and Alice Marie Halbrook. 19. What drink indeed but Gold i Goldwater committees I Vh ,

to grasp how evil the Soviet system really is. But a Police Department during the ham.Janice G. Larson v. D L. Larson. James David Flanagan 25. Gaines- Water? throughout the country are using

performance by the Bolshoi Ballet or a tour of the United last 48 hours: American Other Mineral Suits Spirits Begun Division of I ville ville., and Linda Lee Androm. 22. Gaines- the soft drink as a fundraisingdevice. For expert oil burner
Thomas E. Applegate, 1311 Gordon Frederick Struthers 24, Pensa- Gold Water known among
Pure Oil Co. Paul A. Grimes
States by Nikita Khrushchev is certainly not calculated to v. individually They are Gold repairs, call
NE 11th Ter. and Marcus D. and Sherwood Corp., debt. i cola simmee.and Carol Lee Simonson. 26 Kis- some Republicans as "the cause selling us soon

correct that deficiency. Sherouse 414 NW 36th St., in White, debt.Construction Co. v. W P. Baker Dallas Ray B lev ins, 25. Mesa, Ariz. that refreshes," was the brain- Water at a premimum and

block NW 13th St. 5:55 General Mills Inc. v. G. Emmett Me- and Springs.Lois Eunice Stalvey. 20. High child of a Columbus Ga., law- using the profits for campaign: at FR 68866You'll
2100 : p.m. Griff and wife individually and as part-
What of the Soviet leaders? Are they ? All of the I Roy Lee Gurgainus, 30, Gainesville,
d-b-a Echo Lake Farm debt.
ners named William Cain. The
Shercus treated for in- yer expenses.
Sunday. and Edna Faye Byrd 30 Gainesville.
Elma Jean Roop William Arthur I
evidence is that the men in the Kremlinh ave a greater juries and released at Alachua Joiner, modify a final v decree. I Melvin Carroll Mims 22, Jeff-r\on City inspiration came to Cain last

knowledge of America than many of our own leaders. They General Hospital. Applegate cit- Other Suits Ended ;Gainesville.Tenn., and Martha Dianna Oliver, 21. February when Senator Gold- Gold Water has sold best in I f save trouble. .

know about our political system our industrial capacity, ed for failure to yield right of Chester A. Tanner v. Floyd. J. Saunders and David Ruby Vinson Lee Boles.Reid. 22.16. High High Springs.Springs. water came to make a Law Day Texas and California. It's been too.
damages (dismissed) Gerald Lawrence Gibson 24. Dunedin speech in Columbus. slow to catch on in the East money,
our way of life-and would like to destroy it all. Chester A. Tanner as guardian for Rob and Elaine Loretta Hastings, 21, Gaines- I ;
way.Earl ert Tanner, v. Floyd J. Saunders dam-
901 NE 22nd ville. noted. ,
Bradley, ages (dismissed). Cain an ardent Goldwater ,
What about the Russian people? We are repeatedly told Ter. and John L. George, 1001 mayer Donald and V.Dorothy Morgan J.v.Posey William, damages Linz i Surinder, Pa. Kumar and Margaret Mehta. 31 McClamroch, Philadelphia -, supporter, decided it would be aI I We can also solve
that the Russian man-on-the-street is woefully ignorant of the
NW 4th St., 3:45 p.m. Sundayat (dismissed). 29 Philadelphia. Pa. good idea to market a soft drin'
American way and that our trade exhibition in Moscow for General Electric Co., Inc. v. Hooper Calvin Lee Lewis 21. Gainesville and fuel oil needs
NW 5th Ave. and 8th St. Mozert Corp. debt. Jeanette Jordan 19, High Spring named after the presidentia your
contributed his and thus to his
to knowledge
example vastly
Graflex Inc. v. Hooper Mozert Corp.,
Caroline G. Arnett, St. Pe-! Permits candidate. He formed the Gold-
appreciation of America. Assume this is true. Is it rele- debt. Building City with high i quality
tersburg and Ronald H. Schoe- Eastman Kodak Co. v. Hooper! Mozart Water Distributing Co. in Columbus -
vant? As long as the Russian people do not control their Corp. debt. Clyde Richardson addition to dwelling
Rt. 4, 2:05: 549 NE 12th Ct. 12,300 and by April the company -
nan ,
government, it makes little difference whether they think p.m. Court of Recar'Civil H. Walton Bishop awning. 105 NW >I IACK TO SCHOOL Phillips 66 products.THOMAS .
2800 block SW 13th St. sundaY'1 24th St. $350.Alachua was distributing cans of
well of ill.
us or
ett cited for failure Dale Drew d.b-a A & B Garage v. : 3721 NW Homes.3rd Ave.Inc., ,$15.000 build dwellingsat 3711 NW gold-colored ginger ale and' : SMARTLYIN
It is high time that our leaders stopped treating the Rus- right of way.Catherine I John A. Videon 3110 SW 2nd Ave.. $251.72 21st Place 15000. citrus-flavored soda water call-'
plus $4 costs.
sian people and the Soviet government as one and the same Fairfield 831 W. Sinclair Eaton d-b-a The nclair; Eat SW Dr.3rd T.Ct.A.$34,500 Scott build dwelling 3001 ed Gold Water. ; W
thing. The Russian people safely are basically Cath- on Co. v. Johnny Reddish. 906 NE 24th Butler Bros.. build dwelling, 1806 NW I : SINGERFABRICS I
we may assume Penhellenic Dr., parked in St. $963 plus $4 costs. 38th St. 58.000.Stringfellow Canned under contract with
on our side (whether or not they have to opportunityto olic Student Center parking lot, The Bank of Newberry v. J. G. Wear Estates repair awning, 601 ;
$350 plus $4651 interest $5 costs and W. Univ. Ave., $1.000. Royal Cola and independentcanners
listen to American musicians); but their sympathy will and unknown vehicle Sunday $80 attorney's fees. Edith D. McCollum, remodel dwelling OILQUESTIONNAIRE
held Bank of Newberry v. J. G. Wear Archer 616 NW 8th St., $300. in five areas throughout -
not help us win the Cold War as long as all power is ,
morning. $400 $5440 interest
plus $80 at- Mrs. A. M. Edwards. repair dwell- the country and marketed!
firmly in the hands of the Communist ruling class. torney's fee and $5 costs ing. 205 E. Univ.: Ave. $100. I
Phillip Grussemeyer
Harry Wilson's Dept. Store. Inc. v. Law- Ezra E. Smith, build dwel'ing 1920 in 42 states some 230,000 cases
The exchange program, in Soviet eyes, is simply another 802 NW 24th Ave., hit city light NW rence 9th Grant St. $11252 and Daisy plus $15 Mae Costs Grant, 718 NW Ezra 42nd E.Ave.Smith. $9,000 build dwelling, 1934 of 12-ounce cans have been sold flj) / ,.

operation in Communist political warfare. The people the pole and sign 11:10 a.m. Sundayat Central Builder Supplies of GainesvilleInc. NW 42nd Ave. 9000. since April.Although. I II
d-b-a L & M Builder Supplies Inc. rJ/I..1i})
Kremlin sends over here are, to a man, trained agents of unit block, SW 2nd St Y. B. H. Dupree Rt. 4. J5M.?2 plus NW Ruby 16th Kilhnger.St. $294 repair dwe ing. 211 I .

Soviet policy. Some of them are spies, seeking information; Michael James Allen 1105 NE $15 C.co B.ts.Bohannon Jr. v. Clara Baylor J. N. Murray. repair dwelling. 311 NW the company doesno tile

all of them are trusted carriers of Communist propaganda.Their 11th Ave. and Albert E. Wood, Newberry. $30.03 plus $4 costs.C. 15th C. Ter.P. A.$257.Building Inc., raze dwelling mass media advertising,
B. Bohannon Jr. F. W. Win- soft drink has received
mission is not cultural, but political. Their aim is not to 60 SE 72nd St., 5:58: p.m. Sat- gate. 415 NW 5th Ave., $2747 plus $4 212 Sid NE Thomas.1st St., $500.heat and air condition The Goldwater strong:
inform, but to mislead. Their assignment is not to convey a urday in 1400 block N. MainSt. costs.C. dwelling, 4150 NW 14th St.. $2.000. promotion help. Q.
B. Bohannon Jr. v James Ed-
Ernest Nalbach heat and air condition for President Committee en
true image of the Soviet Union but a false image. wards. Rt. 4. $27.38 plus $4 costs.C. dwelling 30 SW 23rd T".. $1.500.
B. Bohannon v. Rooseve't Cooper! V. L. Johnson remodel dw "ing. 104 dorsed it as did the candidate
The Kremlin's hope is that they will persuade the American Carolyn S. Harms. 1519 NE 424 NE 1st Ave., $2369 plus $4 costsC. SW 26th St. $500 himself. Why give your favorite student a
13th St. and Robert W. Walton B. Bohannon v. Mrs. D. M But.ler Fred Lawrence repair dwelling. loot
people to forget the ugly aspects of Soviet life, and the 920 NW 37th Ter., 42.10 plus S4 NW 13th St. $300
2200 NE 15th Ter. 5:10 costS. good when he'll just lose it?
: p.m. Gean E. Nason repair dwelling 1322 Mixed pen
danger that the Soviet to American freedom.It Signals
system poses C. B. Bohannon v. W. G. Gallon 1432 NW 3rd Ave. S2M.
Saturday at NE 12th St. and NE 19th Place. $39.82 plus S4 COStS.C. W. M. Porter repair dwelling 2036 I oLONDON
is a mistake to measure the success of this Communist 16th Ave. Miss Harms cited for B. Bohannon$3551 Jr. v. Gladys Hamm NW 7th place. $400. I t A.
602 SE 21st St. plus $4 costs. !
operation by the extent to which it converts Americansto failure to yield right of way C. B. Bohannon v. Eugene Wilson, ..03SE CountyIncorporation I (AP) Radio-con.
5th Ave. 535.92 plus $4 costs.C. ,
build residence. 3301
Communism. By that test, of course, the operation is causing major accident. B. Bohannon Jr. v. Larry Belisle NW"H"30th Place $10.000. trolled model airplanes flown by' Parker won't let him lose it.
almost a complete failure. But the Kremlin's aim is not Vehicle owned by Southern 4113 NW 20th Ter- $25.72 plus $.4 costs Quality. Builders of Gainesville. Inc., hobbyists west of London are
I C. B. Bohannon Jr. v. John Blakney build residence. 3320 NW 29th Ave., $17-
to make Americans approve of Communism much 35 they Pharmaceuticals Co., parked, 406.NE 19th St. $5470 plus $4 COStS.C. 000.T.. suddenly behaving as though If he does, it will be replaced*
B. Bohannon
Jr. Leola
v. ,
D. Zetrouer build residence 4625
would like that; it is to make us tolerant of Communism.The and unknown hit. and-r u n 007 NE 23rd St. $2293 plus U cost. NW 33rd Court. SI I.000. suicide pilots had taken over. I
Kremlin knows make sacrificesto C. B. Bohannon Jr. v. G. C. Polk.. Construction Co. build
Modem Home
that our willingness to '
vehicle unit block SW 1st Ave.
507 NW 19th Lane. $42.47 plus $4 cost.C. residence 1605 SE 24 St. J3.00C.Won't :. -
halt Communist expansion varies in direct ratio as we are Saturday afternoon. B. Bohannon v. F. D. St.ockley 1 Outraged model buildersblame -< : J- r -
404 E. Univ. Ave.. $31 f4 plus $ cost. walkie-
hostile to Communism. know that if Americans regardthe Japanese-made
They Virginia M. Bowen, 3443 NW C. B. Bohannon Jr. V. W. Hodge. New- j
Soviet Union as a dangerous, implacable enemy Communism berry. $25.M plus $4 cost. Do It talkies that have just come on
1st Court and Paris Miracle 330 SPECIAL'
C. B. Bohannon Jr v. Louise Robin-I REPLACEMENT OFfER If you buy your
will not be able to the world. the market. They operate on a
731 NE 21st Street,
conquer $137
SW 27th St. 1:50: favorite student Parker 45 the $ model
p.m. Saturdayat a ( S ) betweennow
cost. MIAMI (AP) "I we fixed frequency the same one
The Communists' purpose then, is to show that Khrushchevdoes 1300 NW 16th Ave. Miss Bowen C. B. Bohannon Jr. v. Mary Nixon school and October 17, 1964 he can protect it against
have campaign against the British Post Office
Major. 1630 SE 12th Ave.. $1347: plus a allotted by 'loss for
not have horns-that he is fundamentally a nice fellow cited for careless driv in g $4 cost.C. dropouts but this is just too I the remote-controlled one full year at no extra cost. He registers
B. Bohannon Jr. v. H. M. Holdridge. its purchase by mailing one-half of the Parker 45
that the Soviet people" just like causing minor accident.
; are -"ordinary 1321 NE 20th Ave.. $11.It plus $4 cost. much" said Joan White Sun- planes. Registration Certificate the
ourselves; that Communism is just another political system.It Targie Lee Fisher, Rt. 1, Hawthorne C. B. Bohannon Jr v. Lucille Harris. ,' I to insurance company
I 1622 NE 1st Ave.. $1247 pu54 cost. day.She listed on the certificate. Then if the pen is 'lost, the
and Jerry W. Davis C. B. Bohannon v. B. N. Barry. 3111
would not have made midway in the Second received a insurance company will replace it at no charge. All
sense, S E 48th Street. $40 04 plus $4 cort. ,
:2029! Hawthornoe Rd. :
World War to promote a Nazi-American exchange programor 12:49 p.m.I Central! Builder Supplies rf Gainesville ;Palmetto Senior High School ARMY WORMS he has to do is mail the other half of the certificate
Saturday at S. Main St. and 2nd Inc. d-b-a L & M Builder v.
to invite Hitler to make a state visit to the United States. Bruce A. Edwards. 3311 5th Street. $435.M telling her to register today for properly notarized before December 31, 1965 and
Ave. plus( $5 cost. the coming DESTROYGAINESVILLE describe how the was lost.Here's :
Unless we cherish victory less today then we did then, we year. pen
reluctant treat Communist friends Fire Calls Marriage Uceasa Applications She was graduated from the
will be equally to agents as
why this is such a good for
At 1:27: p.m. Sunday, fire in Maurice Leon Goldsmith. 21. Demopo- school last June.WE pen a student
and welcome guests. ,
lis. Ala. and Marine Carolyn Thomas.
an auto owned by George Grayson 1. Gainesville.Joel f'-- IT'S CONVERTIBLE. Load it with a cartridge or replace -
The exchange program is a Communist confidence game. at 1315 SE 3rd Ave., caus- Ethelwyn David Lillian Cox.Hall.27 Gainesville 26. !Gainesville, and LAWNS the cartridge with the ingenious little "con-

Let us not be taken in by it. Let us remember that American ing minor damage. Fire offici- John Harold Courtney. 21. Gainesville.and verter" ((95 cents extra) and fill it from an ink

confidence in the Soviet government is the very last als are investigating possible ar Arthur Alice Coldren Faye Medlock Aikin Jr.ia.Gainesville.31. Tako- GOT Gainesville lawns hare I>>unleyeely bottle. The 45 is the only pen that fills two ways.

thing we want. son. vi ma. 27.Park Gainesville.Wd. and Dorothy Jeanne Dais. attacked during the SOLID 14K GOLD POINT. Choice of seven widths

David Le Cain. 32. Ludow ci. Ga.. put three weeks by a* insect from extra-fine to extra.broad. And we can replace
Many people contend that a "normalization" of Soviet- COURTHOUSE NEWS and Hazel Riggs 24 Gainesville. points right on the spot.
BIG'CAUSE known the Army Worm.
AI/9. 11JSDivvrctS Joseph Donald Owen.! 24. Gainesville SO as
relations envisaged by the exchange is
American as program
B9IM and Judith Ann Ford. 22. Gair. sville. During the early of infestation
only a logical extension of granting diplomatic recognitionto Noah V. Taylor v. Renee Shirley Tay-,, stages

Communists governments. I agree. 1 or.Margaret Alice Hunter' v. Robert Edwin WE the worm feeds it -Patkt 45 flmwrtzloads &
Hunter. PROPANELP.fWIfS the base of the vrass near the $5
Accordingly I think it would be wise for the United Sharon Vandenburg.M. Vandenburg v. James Hodges CHARGE SO LITTLE round and consequently' heavy

States to re-examine the question of its diplomatic relations Arthur V. Brown Jr. v. Beverly Ann from damage can occur before the with j cartridge or fills from an ink bottle
Jrown. a car AR
with Communist regimes. We often hear that recognition Alberta S. Jones v. Charles Aubrey. worm It noticed. The adult' female (with optional converter, 95 cents extra)

permits us to gather information in Communist countries. I I'ones.' ..CONOCAfrotIIJ ] lays up to ono thousandeggs

am unaware however, of any advantage that our diplomatic WATER and ICE TEA HOTTER THAN 99... If and damage sometimesseems THE BACK TO SCHOOL STORE
mission in Moscow confers along these lines that does II NATURAL GAS ---.-- to appear over night.

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8 GolnetYJlle Sun Monday, August SI IY1i l

i Quakers View on Marriage, Divorce and Sin .1

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This is the conclusion of at'Io sues. Friends do believe in life I age the faithfulness of the members World Commmittee for Consul i

part article on "W hat .:e_:_::::::::: 'after this life and usually refer I in their religious life. It tation offices (located at Wood- !
is' ,a Quaker," one in the to the funeral service ofa is the practice to' answer one brooke, Selly Oak, Birming About the Author

Sun's series on the nation's WHAT OUR deceased member as a of the Queries in meetig each ham, 29, England). I

major faiths, "What Our Religions ,"Memorial Meeting for Wor month and to report on a 11 There are 123,411 Friends in ,

Are." ship." twelve at the annual Year I y the United States including I Richmond P. Miller has been secretary of the

What about the Trinity? Meeting. Alaska and Hawaii, with an ad- I Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, and of the .

By RICHMOND P. MILLER Again, there is wide freedomfor Typical Queries are: Do ditional 822 in Canada and Mexico I Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious I

How do Quakers get married personal opinion. It must I
?- t11 \ RELIGIONS AREin be remembered that Quaker that Friends come to them South America.The !1 dent of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania ;

'Friends practice a simple! } :ism is based on a religious way with hearts and minds prepared membership in Great and a former president of the Friends Social Un- I (

wedding ceremony without mus of life rather than accepted for worship? Are love and Britain and Ireland totals 23-, ion. An active officer of the Greater Philadelphia

ie-or ritual, held in connection dogmas. The Quaker faith is a unity maintained among you? I Council of Churches, he also serves on the boards i iI

with a Meeting for Worship. The religion of experience. What- Do you manifest a forgiving 226.There are 52 Yearly Meetings I of the National Council of Churches, and the )

bride and the groom "m a rry the Society-but not nearlyas of Israel that they go forward." ever is known experimentally I spirit and a care for the repu- in the world-wide move i, World Council of Churches. l

each other" in the presence of frequently as would be expected about God, the Holy Spirit, the tation of others? ment, which is now found on As secretary of the Friends William Penn Committee !

God. Their families and their statistically. Christ Within, becomes the: What are you doing as indi- very continent. Mr. Miller has visited Friends centers

friends are witnesses. Permission Quakers have committeeson What is the attitude of True Guide. Friends tend to. viduals or as a meeting; To aid a abroad. In 1952, he was a Tender of the Friends 1

is obtained from the meeting >> family relationships and of- friends- toward Jesus? believe in the immanence of those in need of material help? Why do Quakers object to World Conference at Oxford, which commemorated -

to secure "oversight" of fer marriage counsel to deal Quakers have a common be- God rather than His transcen- To insure equal opportunities in swearing in courts? ed 300th anniversary of the founding of the

the_ marriage, called "passing constructively with family prob.. lief in the revelation of God in dence. social and economic life for Instead of swearing to the Quaker movement.we .

meeting." lems and prevent family break. Christ. There is a variety of C S those who suffer discrimination truth Quakers affirm that thev I

In Pennsylvania and other down. Marriage study, educa- view among Friends, but thereis What about the Bible? because of race, creed or so- are telling the truth. The Quaker (
believe is the hope of our brothers to institutions
states, a special marriage license tion, advice, and Friendly in- a universal witness (a common Friends have always believed -cial class? To understand and stand against judicial oaths substitute the
troubled world is revolutionary
form certifies to a legal terest apply to the entire mem- faith) that God expressedHis that the truth is four.d in the remove the cause of war?, has caused them great trouble a of peace for the institutions -
rooted in inward
faith. It is of I
marriage. This form is signedby bership-not only to those in love historically in Jesus of Bible, rather than holding that To develop the conditions and throughout their history. The but where- war.

witnesses, rather than an ordained marital difficulties. Nazareth, and eternally throughthe what has been written is true institutions of peace? To assure objection to swearing an oath I experience, "Let us join together throughout -
it is it leads to
minister or official. C C C I Spirit of Christ. To many because it is in the Bible. freedom of speech and religion, was once the one way to catch'radical ever changes genuine in, the in the world to grow more '

After the legal license has What is the Quaker position, Friends, these are two exper- Quakers have always been and equal educational opportuni.. Quakers and persecute them I which live and act.ways food, to heal and prevent disease -

been obtained, the couple go on birth control? I iences of the same realitythe students of the Bible, placing ties for all? legally. I men to conserve and develop

to the meeting house on the ap. This is a matter for the individual historical Jesus and the risen strong emphasis on its value Do you frequently and reverently Objection to swearing is in, "We rejoice in the move-.the resources of the good earthto

pointed wedding day. The conscience. Friends, like Christ within. and use. A Quaker scholar wasa I read the Bible and oth- conformity with Biblical injunc- ments, appearing in many the glory of God and the comfort -

their other Christians have always member of the committeethat er religious literature? Are of man's distress. These
bride and groom repeat I you tions to "Swear not at all" and parts of the world at once,

vows to each other. The cer- regarded marriage as a con- Do Quakers believe Jesus was issued the American Stan- punctual in keeping promises, "Above all things my brethren, which are inspired by the desire -are among the tasks to whichin

tificate of marriage i is read tinuing religious sacrament, devine? dard Version of the Bible and ,just in the payment of debts, swear not." for social justice, equal humility for our share in theworld's

publicly. The certificate is not merely a civil contract.I This is a difficult question to another Quaker, a New Testa- and honorable in all your dealings Besides, swearing to the truth rights for all races and the dig- shame, and in faithin J

signed by all who witnessedthe Education for marriage and answer categorically for all ment scholar, served on the ? In all your relation with implies a double standard of nity of the individual person. the power of love, we call

marriage. parenthood has long been a con- Friends. Friends refer to the group that translated the new others, do you treat them as our own Society and all men
truth If
tells the truth
I : one only
The whole ceremony is in cern of Quakers, particularlyas "Seed," the "Light of Christ," Revised Standard Version of brothers and equals? when under oath then obviously "These changes can neitherbe and nations everywhere."

the form of a Meeting for Wor- part of their stand for the the "Inner Guide," the "Inner the Bible, published in 1952. achieved nor prevented by
man's word is
a not good unless -
ship. Prayer may be offered, equality of women and the religious Light" as the external creative Another Friend was a member How is Quaker influencefelt wr. War leads to a vicious circle NEXT "What Is a Sev
he is under oath.
poetry receited, or a message basis of all family re. power of God, expressed supremely of the Joint Committee on ? believe in telling the truth at of hatred, oppression, sub.. enth-Day Adventist," Part

given suitable to the occasion. lationships. and uniquely in the the New Translation of the I Service is the Quaker word versive movements, false propaganda I.

Silent waiting bathes all those a e I supreme gift of God to man Bible that resulted in The New 'which represents for many all times. Today, laws permit rearmament and new (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Maga-
affirmations in court instead of
present. After the meeting, What do Quakers believe Jesus Christ. English Bible publication of Friends what missionary activity wars. An armaments race can- zines and Broadcasting, Inc)
the conventional oath. ---
there is a reception for the newly about sin? aDo The New Testament in 1962. does for the churches. It a not bring peace, freedom or -- -- -

I married couple. For over 300 years, the Quakers Quakers believe in the 5 5 grows out of spiritual convic- security. I p6gwL:4Ii.

have pointed to the inher- Virgin Birth? Are all Quakers pacifists? tion. What message do Friends offer I I
"We call peoples everywhere
the world ? upon ..
Do Quakers permit di. ent goodness in men and women The question of the Virgin No. Some Quakers have given In social service, foreign today to break this vicious -: : .
In 1952 the
I Birth does commemorated -
? i instead of emphasizi n the not seem as important their relief reconciliation and mediation
orce g pacifism and '
goneto their 300th circle, to behave as nations I ;*'Vt..4a..e*.s4'St.76 91SOf5
Divorce is contrary to the inheritance of sin from the fall I a problem for Quakers as ; war. But Quakers as a group both at home and I
with the
: as a religious movement witha same decency as Now 2 Color Hits !
the and ofChrist's
I meaning teaching
of Adam and Eve recordedin abroad
"Discipline of Friends. Mar- as hold that non-violent forms of Quakers carry on an would behave and ,
His World Conference at Oxford they as men OPEN 4:45 SEE BOTH LATE 11
life earth and ,
riages are promises to love,I the Bible.In on peacemaking are the only waysto enormous amount of activities! -- -- --- SHOW 7:20 AS f.lS

cherish, and obey until death. this, Friends oppose the continuing power to reveal Him- solve international strife. around the globe. The American -I England. There, they dedicated FIRST AREA RUN
self at all times and to all seek- themselves anew to God's will i 7:20 A 10:41
Since divorce is legal h o w-views of both Catholics and the William Penn maintain e d Friends Service Committee UBURBl (

ever, there are divorces with- majority of Protestants. Roman -ers. a that it was "not fighting but and Friends Service Coun- and purpose and" to the "Way DRIVE IN TNtATRf jsland '
of Jesus Christ. At the conclusion -
Catholics hold that it is the suffering" to which :Friends cil, London, won the Nobel i MI -14 "'mrt norm oSHOWTIME It
Do Quakers believe in the of 10 days of conference, i of
high calling of the church Peace I Blue I
were called. The witness for Award for 1947 and I 7:30
100 Quakers from 22 countries
17 Lives through its sacraments, to save peace is one of the most uni- Friends enjoy consultative sta- TOWERING OVER THE GREATEST! iJolphins
issued to
For Friends there is message persons
no necessity -
its members from sin. The majority versal of all Quaker testimon- tus in the United Nations. The
I of Protestants sin for any ritual to establish everywhere: !
regard ies. eight-pointed star of the Amer- rn 'oUnlAICOLOR

Lost in Fla.Accidents as the fundamental fact of relationship between man Quakers have always been ican Friends Service Committee "The Christian faith, which Josepll Llo..... .et,4if$ J

man's life on earth and hold and God. Friends believe in all among the conscientious objec- is known all over Europeand NOTICE OF SALE I 2ND LAFF Hit 915TonyA

that the will of God is discov- the; sacraments but only in their: tors to war. When Oliver Cromwell in Israel, India, China, You TO WHOM are hereby IT MAY notified CONCERN that the: following fJnD "1\ F4 Christine
inward and spiritual revelationof motor vehicle 1960 Falcon 2 No.
: dr S
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through not reason. asked George Fox to fight Japan, Korea and Africa.
OKUS24215 will be sold at public sale _
I Quakers believe that while the Divine presence. All life with him in 1650, Fox wrote in S a at 10:00 A.M. o'clock on the 8th day of i! U1tW Curtis\Kaufmann\
is sacramental. At all tunes Sept. 1964 at 1321 North Man; Street.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA I sin is a fact in life, it is best his Journal: "I told him I knew How large is the Quaker -Gainesville. Florida. The proceeds of the ;.o;.... ....... o-..;: '-;;:;..
described as existing in a uni- and to all men and women,! from whence all wars arose movement? sale will be applied to the piyment of
skidded wet God is available to those who! the cost of retaking storing and sale .
car on pavement verse like a checkerboard of ... 'ft En'''''''
and that I lived in the virtueof There of said motor vehicle and the cost of
are 195,664 members of!
and veered out of control black (sin) and white I reverently wait upon Him. publication of notice of sale and then to j I 2ND FEATUREWOMEN og .1c_ COLOR
(good- S S that life and power that the Society of Friends all over the satisfaction of the balance due Under -i,
leaving four dead n ea r St. the contract with Ira V. Taylor 1214 STARTS FRIDAYLEE
ness) But the black took the I
squares. occasion of
all OF
Do Friends baptize? away the world according to: the N. E. 10th Ave., Gainesville, Flcrida covering I MARVIN
Cloud. An hour later two '
vaca- IIDuring
squares are imposed on the wars. latest count from the Friends the financing of said motor vehicle.
South Carolina believe in the Any surplus will i be paid to you I ANGIE DICKINSON
tioners from basic white not the No. They do I
squares, World War I, the rightof and you will i remain i liable for any balance THE WORLD "THE KILLERS"
died in a collision at Inverness. reverse. There is an "ocean of baptism of the Spirit but prac- conscientious objectors NOTICE TO DEALEPS remaining unpaid under said con-I!
was OFFICE OF THE STATE ROAD tract. Dated this lth day of August,1
the of dark- tice no form of baptism. At ------ - -
These accidents were amonga light over ocean not recognized and many DEPARTMENT 1964.

score which took 17 lives ness," George Fox said. birth, the infant's name is recorded -; Friends went to jail. Selective Tallahassee August, 25 Florida, 1964 ASSOCIATES CORPORATIONBY DISCOUNT

this weekend in Florida. To Friends, the term "orig on the official books of Service legislation today establishes Sealed bids will be received in the Purchasing : H. U JAMERSON HELD OVER

the U.S. accidentnear inal sin" over-emphasizes the the meeting to which his par- the Division of the State Road Department Gainesville. Florida TODAY AT 1:00
Dead In 441 right of conscientious until 10:30 A M. (E.S.T.) on

St. Cloud were Charles power of evil. Even when he ents belong.. objectors to be assigned to the 15th day of September 1964. for the ......., 3:45 6:30 9:15I
a sale of the following items. as is and eee. ..
Yalden Jr., 41, of Pine Grove; is fallen, man still belongs to civilian service of national importance -where is, located in the yards of the ,ties I AMERICA'S MIGHTIEST ADXENTUREI

Charles Batton, 39, of Nar- God, who continues to appeal to I What about heaven, hell, and in lieu of military State as Road shown Department on the bid as blanks various: locations a Cenizkij WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS

the goodness within him. I purgatory? Scrap Tires and Tubes re.5
and Peter Nieber 85 WETRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER
coosee, C Old Batteries Used Drums Scrap and CINERAMA present
and Lula Mae Pannell, 71, Quakers consider these mat- a Aluminum and Scrap Metjl ... ".,.

both of St. Cloud. What then is the solution to ters for individual interpretation. Do the Quakers have any Surplus Surplus Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hardware Equipment Items ."C. ....

Mrs. Mandeville Rogers 42 evil in the world? "The Book of Discipline,I substitute for a creed? Surplus Survey Instruments S .. .

and her 13-year-old son, Scott, ,, The Quakers believe that evil Faith and Practice" does not Yes The "Queries," Originally Surplus laneous Office ItemsA Furniture and Miscel- 214 NW 13th IN OCALA FR 66472ALSO METROCOLORDc.iiiiii -

is deal with is- proposal guaranty consisting of eith-
i destroyed by "concern. theological the Queries were a set
died i near Inverness when the er a certified check cashier's check I .
Everywhere Quakers "have a of questions designed to trust company treasurer's check or '
in which
car- they were passengers NOTICE OF CHURCH MEMBERSHIP I'
concern" to eliminate MEETING 'I' bank draft of any national or state bank 9 TODAY AND
missed a stop sign and war, NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN in the amounts specified in the bid FEATURES ATI 3 5 7 TUES.
Notice Is hereby given that all members
:to make for righteousness in THE COURT OF THE COUNTY blanks made payable to the Gover. ;
of the Campville Baptist Church
plowed into semi-trailer truck. JURGE. ALACHUA of the State
a COUNTY. nor of Florida must
economic and political life to and all former members of the Church accompany -I SAL MINEO *
They were from Florence S.C. which were members on the 23rd day
shall have the State cf Florida
PROBATE.IN necessary
treat all humans as equals on of March. 1954 are hereby requested toattend
Three people died near a special meeting of the Church RE: ESTATE OF Documentary Stamps attached. The
the basis of freedom, to stimulate membership to be held at the home of NORMAN DE VAUX. proposal guaranty of the successful bidders -I REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE"TheUfltvergttV
Pensacola in an intersection col education to bear witness Mr. J. T. Carlton Jr. on the 10 day of Deceased. will be held pending the completeand :
September 1964 at 7:30 o'clock p.m. I To All Creditors and Persons Having satisfactory removal of all items I
lision. They were Tommy Southern to the testimonies of integrity, The purpose of this meeting Is to elect Claims or Demands Against Said E.. ate: awarded.Bid ---- -- --
18, of Atmore, Ala., Gene a board of trustees of the Church in order You and each of you are hereby notified blanks for each classification list\:
simplicity, sincerity in every that the proposed sale of land and required to present any claims ed above will be furnished to dealers I
Lamar Waldrop, 18 and Concetta walk of life. owned by the Church at Campvllle. Flor-I and demands which you. or either of upon application to the Purchasing Division .!
ida. may be accomplished and so that you. may have against the estate of of the State Road Department
Tuhn, both of Pensacola.Two One of the first committees a decision can be made as to the use Norman de Vaux deceased late of said Tallahassee Florida. Bids will not be I
Brooksville friends Essie established of the proceeds of the proposed sale. County to the County Judge of Alachua recognized unless submitted on such bid I
by the Society was MRS. FLORA SHEROUSEMRS. County. Florida. at his office In the blanks. Bidder should request bid blanks'
Anderson, 62 and Celesta Haw- called the "Meeting for Suffer BLANCHE LONG court house of said County at Gainesville for only the classifications in which he I:
Campville Baptist Church Florida. within six: calendar months is Interested.It I
kin, 52, died when their car ;ings. One of the prayers most (3558) 8:17 24 31; ':7 from the time of the first .ublication will not be necessary for the bidder I "
of this notice. Each claim or demand to be present at the opening of bidS. as c XN \vxvr r/, y -w
overturned on State Road 50. often used by Quakers (writtenby NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME 1 shall be in writing and shall state the the successful bidder will be notified by
Jacksonville pedestrians Va- John Wilhelm Rowntree) is NOTICE is hereby given that GeorgeJ. place of residence and post oftlce address mail. Payment to be made at the timeof
Montgomery and Taylor C. Jordan. of the claimant and shall be sworn delivery by cash. certified check orcashier's Inn 4/
lerie Houston, 30, and Ralph this: as the sole owners doing business un- to by the claimant his agent his attorney check.
Fair. 22. died in separate accidents "Thou, 0 Christ convince us der the fictitious name of Stuckey's Pecan and any such claim or demand Right is reserved by the State Poad Department
Shoppe of Micanopy. Florida whose not so filed shall be void. to reject any or all bids. f-
in that city. by Thy spirit; thrill us with address is Post Office Box 263. Gainesville Myrtle de Vaux Reynolds STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
Florida. intend to register said As executrix: of the Last Will and FLORIDA PURCHASING
Betty B. Murphy 38, of Largo Thy divine passion; drown our 'fictitious name with the Clerk of the Testament of DIVISION
selfishness in Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida NORMAN DE VAUX. deceased Lawrence Thomas Purchasing
killed when her Thy invading
: was car collided in accordance with the Laws of the First publication August 24 1964 Agent
with a Seaboard Air Line love; lay on us the burden of State of Florida. (3569) 8.24 31; ':7. 14 (3577) 8:31; ':7
DATED this 14th day of August A.D.. .
Railroad locomotive, and Belle the world's sufferings; driveus 164.
forth with the (s) George J. Montgomery RESTAURATEURS-
Strange, 69. of Fort Lauderdale, apostolic (Seal) I ;
died after her collided witha fervor of the early church. So (I) Taylor C. Jordan
(Seal) $$$'s for YOU "Gainesville's Fincst"The
utility ode. only can our message be de L-35S9 I -NAME BRANDS-
livered. Speak to the children 1-17.24-31: '.7, 'U ,
Susan Emma Elliott 56 of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Hotel China and Glassware Company

Dover, was killed in an accident NOTICE FLORIDA I TO STATUTESIN CREDITORS I CHANCERY ALACHUA COUNTY.No. 12049 DIVISION FLORIDA IN 640 W. Bay St., P.O. Box 4313, Jacksonville, Fla. place to meet

nnrth of Dade City. Mi* Court .( the County JUdge. NORTH SIDE SAVINGS BANK
Alachua County. Florida IN Probate.In .
a corporation.
In Macclenny, 6 year old re: Estate of Plaintiff

Charles Thomas White of Jack- SAM MICHAELS. .vs- ': HFC .F .:. -=- = -.1 friends
a-k-a Samuel
Michaels Deceased. LEON E. TERRELL and DARLENEA.
sonville drowned while wading TERRELL his wife. and TROY J.
To All Creditors and PersoM having BREEDLOVE and JOAM BREEDLOVE.
ln: a swimming hole during a Claims or Demands Against Said Es- his wife. groups
state: Defendants.
family outing.
You and each of you are hereby notIfied NOTICE OF SUIT For
IN and required to present anv claims THE STATE OF FLORIDATO every clubs for lunch and dinner
and demands which you. or either of : TROY J. BREEDLOVE arod .
you. may have against the estate of
Sam Michaels deceased late
of said Residence Unknown
ALACHUA CHANCERY COUNTYIN County. to the County Judge of Ala- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a back-to-school .
CHARLES R. FISCHER as Trustee of Chua County. Florida at his of lice in suit has been filed against you in the Carriage
Equitable Enterprise Inc.Plaintiff the courthouse of said County at Gaines above cause and you are required to
yule Florida. within six calendar file your answer with the Clerk of this need.
vv months from the time of the fi-st: publication Court and to serve I copy thereof upon .
No. 11103 : of this notice. Each claim or the plaintiff or Its attorneys Mahoney.
REBECCA WELCH. single demand shall be in writing. and shall Hadlow Chambers and Adams Barnett Steak Room
Defendant 'state the place of residence and post National Bank Building. Jacksonville 2.
NOTICE OF SUIT office address of the clatman and shall Florida, not later than Sept. 29th. 1964.
STATE OF FLORIDA; be sworn to by the claimant his agent If you fail so to do a Decree Pro Con-
TOi. REBECCA WELCH. whose residence his attorney and any such claim or fesso will be entered against you for the
Is unknown. ,demand not so filed shall be void. relief demanded in the Complaint.! This GetanNFCShopper'sLoa,
You are hereby required to file your -S-BETTY MICHAELS suit is to foreclose a mortg Oe. The
answer to written defenses, if in Executrix of last real property is You ..
any. As the Will proceeded against : can COtWy bMfc-te dieol need tram A Special Lunch
the above proceeding with the Clerk ol and Testament of Sam MldI..ls.dKUstd Lot Four (4) of Hardee Heights; as per to Z from
this Court and to serve a copy thereof reptat thereof as recorded in Plat wfth' an HFC ShopperS Loan. Household Finance
tipon the plaintiff's attorney whose name First publication August :31. W4. Book E. page 52 of the ptb'ic records will
and address appears hereon. on or be- (3580) ':311 ':7. 14. 21 of AlaChua County. Florida. provide mney hibooks, dothing tuition, supplies- $1.25
torthe 21st day of September. 144.th Together with all structures and Improvements I
*-.ature of this proceeding being a TO; JAMES R. PIERCE now and hereafter on said (e en an apple for the teacher). With cash from HFC !
suit for foreclosure of mortgage held by ADDRESS UNKNOWN land and fixtures attached thereto; Noon P.M.
Plaintiff upon the following described also all you can shop anywhere for the best o
I You are hereby notified that suit for I gas. steam electric water values and take
premises in Alachua County. Florida to.wit divorce has been filed against you by and other heating cookinq. refrigerating advantage of and
: MARY H. PIERCE In the Circuit Courtof lighting. plumbing ventilating special salesherewr they may appear.
Commence at the Southwest
comer of Alachua County. In Chancery and you Irrigating. and power systems Borrow FiveP.M.lZMidnifeCocktails
Northeast Quarter of Northeast Ovar confidently,
are required to rva copy of your machines appliances fixtures and repay conveniently at HFC.
tf/ (ME U of NE U) of Section 33.
i Complaint
to said
answer or pleading
Township 7 South. Range 17 East. on the Plaintiff's attorney. S. L. appurtenances which now are or m.yre."H Borrow up to $600. Take
to 24
pertain to. or be used with. up months to
thence East 20* feet thence North 427 repay !
SCRUGGS. P. 0. Box 197. Gainesville. In, '
or en said
feet thence West 20 feet ..hPrlCeIOVtft Florida and file the original in the of- be ... ,.. premises.., ha even thoughThew I Ask bout CM** kfe '-_. I Eleven A.M.-Two A.M.
627 feet to -' cm town At rates
; the decreeing fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. WITNESS coup
hand this
my and the seal of
of the sale of said premise '
Gainesville Florida. on or before the
and tor other. further and general' reDONE sum day of September. AD.. 1M4; Court of at Gainesville Florida. this SStti
day August. A.D.
1964. :
: otherwise. the allegations of said Complaint J. B. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
AND ORDERED at Gainesvlller
will be taken as confessed by
Alachua County. State of Florid. Emily Waterhouse Combo
this 13th day of August. 144. you.DATED this 14th day of August A.D.. Deputy Clerk 1f 1 LC\j /fDancrn9
-J. B. CARMICHAEL 1H4. (Court Seal) f Parker Orch.
--Clerk Circuit Court J. B. CARMICHAELClerk (A copy of the Complaint filed herein Is *107
BY EMILY WATERHOUSE of the Circuit Court. attached to the copy of this notice W. University Ave., 2nd Floor & Ties Please
Deputy Clerk Alachua County. Florida which Is mailed to each defendant for
(COURT SEAL (COURT SEAL) whom a residence more specific than I PHONE: FRanklin; 6-4524
Allei-Dell Frank t Trlnkle BY EMILY WATERHOUSE state or country was given in tM sworn
Solicitor for Plaintiff Deputy Clerk statement filed herein by the plaintiff. -
P. O.Box 2111. Tampa, FloridaMJ7J l.3.S60 his agent or attorney.) U.S. 441 South Phone FR 2-6333
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; Bulldogs Who's Going to Win AL Race ?

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By MIKE RATHET from Washington this season] the swing against Baltimore and j ij

j Are EagerFlorida's Associated Press Sports Writer after pennant-winning years Chicago in first place, lost 10 of j

Moose Skowron's first homerin with the New York Yankees in 15 to the other leaders and fell I

six weeks has put the cap on 1962 and Los Angeles Dodgerslast to third place. The Yankees are
the 24-day period in which the year. It also lifted the White three games off the pace after

first two foes of the 1964 season, Southern Meth three leading American League i Sox to within one-half game of walloping Boston 9-3. I

odist and Mississippi State, are straining at the traces for pennant contenders finished fir 'the front-running Orioles at the As for the remainder of the I

their plunge into football practice tomorrow. ing against each other and left II'end of the contenders' round schedule, none of the leaders

unanswered only one small robin. seems to have an advantage.

Southern Methodist, despite loss of four potential starters question: Here's the way it looks: 1 1J

during the summer, seems to have enough depth to over- Who's going to win the American Orioles Best Baltimore At home, 16 J !

come the departure of the veterans for one reason or League pennant? The Orioles, who started the Kansas City 5, Minnesota 3, Los t

; another. Skowron, who has a chance to 24-day stretch on Aug. 7 in sec- Angeles 3, Washington 3, Detroit i

in his third consecutive ond place by four percentage 15 Minnesota Monday, August 31 1954 9 II
And State, one of the big surprises in the nation last play 2. Away, 3, Los

year, is hopeful of more of the same with a fine collectionof World Series with as many points, compiled a 9-6 record I Angeles 3, Kansas City 2, Wash- I

talent on hand. teams, slammed a fifth inning against Chicago and New York ington 2, Detroit 2, Cleveland 3.

homer Sunday that broke up a during that period and took over I Chicago At home, 14 I

Chief loss to the Mustangs was speedster John Roderick, I scoreless battle and started the the league lead. The White Sox Detroit 2, Cleveland 4, Washington New York At home, 16 won the second game 65.

a halfback. SMU, however, has gained two players not I Chicago White Sox on the way' were 9-7 against the other two I 3, Los Angeles 1, Kansas Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 3, Skowron smashed a 390-foot

previously counted on. r to a 3-0 victory over first-place moving up after being third, 1 City 4. Away, 14 Washington Kansas City 3, Detroit 4, Cleve- shot off Robin Roberts for his

I -. Baltimore. I 2, Minnesota 2, Cleveland 3, Detroit land 3. Away, 17 Los Angeles first homer since July 16. Ward

One is Don Crowder, a letterman in 1962 but out last MICKEY MANTLE That lifter Skowron's averageto out.The biggest losers were the 2, Los Angeles 2, Kansas 3, Kansas City 3, Minnesota 2, took care of the other runs,

year with an eye injury. He has gotten a medical OK and I S sets all-time whiff mark .308 since he was acquired New York Yankees, who started City 3. Detroit 2, Cleveland 4, Washington driving in one with a triple in

will play this fall. Crowder Is a kicking specialist. 3.In the ninth inning and then scoring -

Another player of note Is John Cravens, a 5-7. 150pounderfrom other AL games Sunday, on a wild pitch.
1 Tony Oliva's 28th homer Joel Horlen nursed the
Costa Rica.
REDS GAIN, 51/2 BEHINDAllen's brought Minnesota a 5-4 victoryover lead into the eighth inning, then

Soccer-Style KickerCravens Washington, Ken McBridewon ,departed for a pinch hitter.

his first game in 2 I Gary Peters, making his first

a newcomer to football, is a soccer standout.He months as the Los Angeles An- relief appearance for Chicago,

is working as a field goal and extra point man, using Boots Cost PhilsBy gels edged Detroit 5-4 and Kan- took over in the eighth but left

the familiar "sideswipe" kicking technique so common to sas City ended Cleveland's with two out and a man on sec-

soccer. Cravens exhibited good distance and accuracy un- eight-game winning streak witha ond. Hoyt Wilhelm struck out

der pressure in SMU's spring drills. MURRAY CHASE grounder flawlessly and threw I his second 5-for-5 performance two-run homer capping the six- 9-3 victory before the Indians Brooks Robinson to end the

Associated Press Sports Writer high to first, permitting Donn in a week. It was Hank Aaron's run uprising.Joe _" 'qu __, threat, then set the Orioles

SMU, noted for its speed and agility, will be strongestat Richie Allen may boot Rico Clendenon to score from second. three-run homer in a four-run Gaines batted in four runs down quietly in the ninth.

end, Coach Hayden Fry feels. The Mustangs' trademark, Carty or Jim Hart right into the Bailey then singled in another eighth inning, though, that with two triples in the opener Horlen, who checked the Orioles !

In two years under Fry, is scrap. Rookie of the Year award in the unearned run. brought the Braves the second for the Colts. Bob Bruce won his on four hits before leaving, E

At State College Miss., the Bulldogs of Coach Paul Davis National League. Only eight days before, an I game victory. The Giants had 13th game in 20 decisions.Six did not allow a runner past second

Allen, Philadelphia's offensive Allen error led to five unearned -taken a 4-3 lead in their eighthon In Row and brought his record to

spark, continued his less than runs and a 9-4 Pirate I Orlando Cepeda's two-run The Cardinals won their sixth 10-8. Roberts is 11-6.

red-hot defensive performance victory.In single. straight game, reaching the NL The Yankees got the job done

Sunday, committing two costly other NL games Sunday, Six RBIs season high for the second time. 'early against the Red Sox, scor- !

errors in the league leader's 10- Cincinnati nipped Houston 7-6 Hart's six RBI, four in the Mike Shannon doubled in three 'I ing two runs in the first on a :

2 loss to Pittsburgh. after losing 8-5, St. Louis opener, gave him 68 for the sea- runs with an eighth-inning dou- double by Phil Linz, Pedro Gonzalez' I

Carty and Hart, meanwhile, whipped Los Angeles 5-1 and' son with 24 homers and a .299 ble, helping Curt Simmons to : triple and an error, then

exchanged lusty batting displays -Chicago knocked off New York average. The Giants won the his 14th triumph against nine adding three runs in the fourth 1 ...

as San Francisco won the first game with four runs in the defeats. Willie Davis singled in on consecutive homers by Johnny -

. first game of a doublehader 13- 73.The Phillies' loss cut their eighth. Jim Davenport broke a the Dodgers' run in the sixth. f fI Blanchard and Hector Lopez.

10 and Milwaukee the second 7- league lead to 5& games over 10-10 tie with a two-run single.; Larry Jackson continued his -.. > : .. fI I The Yankees' Mickey Mantle,
solid tackle Davis -,
appears except for the spot. plansto Reds. Veale meanwhile, broke Babe Ruth's
4. the second-place Frank Robinson's run- coring mastery over the Mets, boosting .
allow public inspection of his gridders tomorrow and Carty belted five hits, Including 14-10, struck out seven Philadel- double in the ninth inning gave his lifetime mark with them to .5.- major league strikeout record

Wednesday. Thereafter, all State drill i\ will be in secrecy. his 16th homer, in five at phia batters, bringing his sea- the Reds their second game 10-0. Jackson, 17-10, scattered when Bob Heffner fanned him in

bats in the nightcap after slam- son total to 188, a Pirate record. triumph. The Colts had jumpedto nine hits. Billy Williams I the fourth inning before Blan-

Injuries Cause ConcernDick ming a homer in three trips in Carty, who has 63 RBI, in- a 6-0 lead, but the Reds tied it slammed his 28th homer, a two-I BILL SKOWRON ; chard and Lopez connected. The

the first game. Hart went 3for6 creased his average to .324 with in the second, Vada PInson's run sock, in the Cubs' third. HR, triple aids Sox strikeout was No. 1,331 of Mantle's -
Weaver 202-pound junior end has been switchedto
in the doubleheader, hitting a ---------- 14-year career.Oliva's .
tackle and Buddy Hodges senior back returns to right '
homer in the
homer in each game and driving eighth
half after trying left half in the spring. in six runs. inning snapped a 4-4 tie and
Nichols Outlasts Palmer Win
Weaver has been moved due to the probable loss of vet- 33 Errors to ended a see-saw homer battle.

eran David Caldwell, a tackle who has had a knee operationand Allen's errors increased his Don Mincher had put the Twins

may miss the first three games this fall. season total to 33, a rare height i ahead 4-3 with a two-run pinch

even for an entire season. Allen 1 homer in the seventh, but Don

Still uncertain is guard Mike Childs. He was hurt in the has done it in 129 games. giving $35,000 World Open First Prizetraining Lock pulled the Senators into a

game here last year and has had knee and ankle surgeryto him 32 more games in which to tie with a homer in the top of

correct his ailments. It is not known whether he has the most miscues made the eighth.

recovered completely. by surpass a National League third I By WILL GRIMSLEY threatening to create a runner- checks again Sunday wnen Nichols won third money with a 72 for The Angels chased Dave

Associated Press Sports Writer up complex for Arnold Palmer 28-year-old PGA cham- 281. Fourth was shared by the \
baseman in 25 years. Wickersham, the Tigers' 16-
Caught on the Run BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (AP) and Jack Nicklaus. pion, walked off with the game's great Ben Hogan and Pete
That figure is 41, achieved by game winner, with a four-run
-Golf's new breed, personifiedby Arnie and Big Jack had to be biggest tournament haul of the Brown, a Negro from Los An-
Sibby Sisti of the Boston Bravesin first built on two-run homersby
The Suwannee Conference meets tonight at Jasper. The 1941. young Bobby Nichols, is content with secondary pay-I year, the $35,000 first prize in geles, at 282. Hogan shot a final Jim Fregosi and Willie

widely-flung high school circuit will discuss its football the $200,000 Carling World Golf 68 and Brown a 69.
Of the All Smith. The
course, 22-year-old winning run, however -
problems and its future. North Marion is expected to pull Championship.Palmer .
en has been Philadelphia's most Hogan, 52, proved h<; still is came across in the fifth
out (due to size) after completion of current contract obli- finished second one
when Albie
threat Cracks Pearson
potent batting compilinga Jastremski the game's master shotmakerwho tripled and
gations. .312 with 24 homers stroke behind Nichols' winning scored wild
average if he could putt better, on a pitch by Ed

The annual fall session of the Florida High School Activities and 73 runs batted in. But some 278 for four rounds over the might again dominate the Rakow.

Association will be on Oct. 12-13, at the FHSAA of- of his bobbles he has made 27 Mark in tough Oakland Hills course. Brown achieved Jim Gentile drove in five runs
game. a major
fices here. Lone athletic proposal interest is to expand regional in the last 64 games have : VictoryBy Fifth TimeIt with two homers and a single
breakthrough for his
football playoff system in future from current eight been costly. was the fifth time in the race, and Nelson Mathews knocked in

regions to as many as 10 or 12. This would reduce numberof I' Sunday, for example. With the last seven tournaments that' which has been less successfulin four with a pair of homers in
MURRAY ROSE In the six events completed so
teams in regions and limit football season to maximumof bases loaded and one out in the |1 Palmer, the defending money- golf than in other sports. the A's victory.
Associated Writer
Sports far six listed American marks
13 games. Class AA schools played 12 last year en route second inning, Bob Bailey making champion, had come in
to finals. grounded to third. The ball ( ) have been topped and two world second. In the other two tourna- American

bounced off Allen's knee, and Chet Jastremski apparently records eclipsed. ments he was third. League Boxes
Florida State University, after years of trying, will get two runs came across. Gene Al- called it a career last year after

one of the state high school championship finals. The AA ley went to third on the play breaking most of the world's "I'm getting darned tired of WASHINGTON abrhbi MINNESOTA BOSTON NEW YORK

swim meet goes to Tallahassee on May 8, 1965. Florida, as and scored on Manny Mota's I breaststroke swimming records it," Palmer said. "I }hope it Bl's'ame 2b 4000 Versalles ss abrhbi 4000 Jones 2b .brh 400lLlnzss bi abrh 5221 M

usual, gets cross country (Nov. 21)), basketball (March 12- bunt single. Uncle Sam's chances for another Fi doesn't become a habit." Lock King rf cf 3lOORolllns3b 4111 Oliva rf 4111 4020 Mantilla Y'trze'skl If cf 5 4OllGoflzljez2bllI 1 3 0 Tresh If 2100

13)), track (May 7)), tennis (April 15-16-17)). Baseball sites will Run Scores I Olympic gold medal in this Sievers 1b 3000 Killebrew 1f4000 Stuart ib 5010 Mantle cf 3012
Nicklaus, who hasn't won a Cunam lb 0000Allisonlb 4000 Thomas rf 3000RlChdsfl2b)0OO
be determined after regional games next spring. Golf will Then with two out the IIcxt inning event at Tokyo appeared headed LI major championship this; K'kland If 3011 Hall cf 4220 Malzone 3b 4011 Pepitone Ib 4 | j A
year, Zimmer 4000Batteyc 2021
be at Port St. down the drain. 3b Bressoudss3l208lanchardC3l,3
Lucie (Fort Pierce) on April 15-16. Allen fielded Bob Veale's \ fell farther behind. He tied for Kennedy 30 0 00 0 Kaat pr 0100 Tillman c 3010 Lopez rf 3112
Russia popped with a solid Brumley c 3110 Allen 2b 3011 Heffner p 1000 Boyer 3b 4110
up ft., 11th at 286 and collected $2- Hmton ph 1000 Pascual p 2000 Smith ph 1010 Stottl'yre p 31ig
contender in Georgi Prokopenko .,; BrlnkWnss3loOMincher ph 1112 Meijas ph lllo
National League BoxesPHILADELPHIA Osteen p 2000ZinYrmaflC0000 Horton ph 1000
who tied Jastremski'srecord 800.It Phillips, ph 1011 Totals 31 3 II 3 Totals 32 t f I

of 2:29.6 for the Olympic was the first time in the Lepoert Cottierpr ph 1000 0000 Boston .. ooo en 100-3
PITTSBURGH E-Klaus. Hunt. Santo. DP-Chicago 1. First Game Totals I 32443Tota1s 32513 New York : : -: : : 200 330 II f
distance of 200 meters and other last two months that he hadn't -
abrhbi abrhbi lOB-New York 5. Chicago 5. SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE Washington ... .. .. .. 100 000 21Y -Jones 2. Malzone, !
Rolas cf 4010 Bailey If 4222 Cannizzaro.. Santo. Banks. Roznov- abrhbi abrhbi nations came up with threatsfor .4. placed at least in the top six. Minnesota .. .. Oil 100 21.-5 Boston 1. New York 2. LOB Gonzalez DP--
3010 Mota cf 4011 -Boston II,
callison rf : Sky. Burton. 3B-Klaus. Burton. HR- M.Alou If 2220 Carty If 3111 -, E-Oliva 2. LOB-Washington 5. Minnesota heW York 5.
4011 Clement rf 5 0 2 2 Williams the Games in :
Allen 3b (2$) McMillan. SF-Banks. Kuenn ph 0000 Delahoz October. 4. 2B Smith. Melzone.
Thomas Ib 2000 Freese 3b 4121 Williams. HerbeI 1 pr Tiefenauer ph p 1 1000 0 0 0 Jastremski Since the Masters, which 2B-Battey. 38-Hall. HR-lock (2]). Ulf'l. HR-Bla.nchard (6J.Llnz.LopeZ 3B-Gon..
000ClendeWblb42l2 a 23-year-old (10)
Gonzalez ph 1 IP H R
ERBBSO O'Dell p 10 Kolb Mincher (20), Oliva (2$). SFBaNey.Gonzalez., Mikkelsen.
Johnson If 4000 Mazer'skl 2b 5 110 Ribant. L. 1-2.... 4 1-3 7 6 4 2 5 ph 1000 Palmer won, the Big Two have
M'CVy ph 1011 Aaron medical student at Indiana Uni- IU H R ER BB SO II"
Taylor 2b 4120 Burgess c :3210Triandos Beamarth .... .. 12-31 0 0 0 rf 412 : H R ER 8. SO
Pregenzer 0100 Mathews captured only three tourna- Osteen 2 2 0 1 Heffner. L. U ,
p 3b 3311 4 4 6 5 4
c 4000 Alley ss 1200 Kroll 2 2 1 0 0 disturbed :24tS 0 2
3 the Ritchie .
----- --- Perry P 1000 Bailey c 1100 versity, over Stenhouse 1-3 2 2 2 0 0 .. i-3 i j 0 Xsp 3
Veale 0
Amaro ss p Jackson. W. 1710. 3 3 0 4 ments between them.
Lanier Mwick .
2b ii-5
5241 Oliver Ib Koch L. 3-' 12-31 1 1 0 4 0
Short P 0000 WP-Ribant. T-2:37. A-11.774. 211 4 wholesale onslaughts on his .. ... 0 0 0 2
1000Win Mays cf 4100 Torre Ib* 53: 1 The $35,000 prize boosted Ni- Pascual .... 7 2 2 2 3 5 Gray 1 0 0 1 2
Wise p 2110 Hart 3b 4124 Menke ss 4000 hard-won marks, decided to Perry W, S-2 1 1 1 1 1 0 Connolly ..1 j i | I .
ss D'venp'rt 3b 1 0 1 2 Woodw'd ( ; 4g chols into the five .. ... Sfottl'yre., W. 4-1 4 1.3.
Totals 32 2 7 2 Tetals 33IIII I First Game 2b 1 0 0 0 top of the Arrigo 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 3 1 2
Cepeda Ib 5 1 2 1 back for shot. Mikk.Sf' .. ..
Cline ph 00 come one more 22-3 2 0
01 T2:41.. 0 2
A-10.340. 2
_ _ _ HOUSTON CINCINNATI. Haller c 5220 Boiling 2b 3 0 0 0 money winners with 7208726. HBP-By Mikkelsen (Mantilla). WP-
............ abrhbi abrhbi J. He had barely missed makingthe 1. Mikkelsen.
Philadelphia 000 001 100- Atou rf 4100 Lary p 1000 ____. __ _- T-2:30. A-22.256.
Pittsburgh ... .---.. .. 132 002 2D.-U Kasko ss 5110 Rulx 2b 4120Fox Pagan ss :3 1 1 3 F. Alou 3001 .v Palmer went to the head of the CHICAGO BALTIMORE
2b 2110 Queen rf 5000 bun p 100 1960 Olympic team and an abrhbi abrhbi
Llllis 2x 1000 Pinson Cf 4000 Peterson H 2 0 0 0 medal ROY SAARI list, which he has led the last McCraw If 3000 Snyder If 4020 First
E-Allen (2). Frees Philadelphia Spangler If 5111 Robinson If 3331 Snider ph 1010 Olympic gold was the two with H'shb'ger rf 0 0 0 0 Aparlcio ss 3000 CLEVELAND Game
1. pi"sburOh 3. LOB-Philadelphia 5. Bond Ib 4 0 0 Coleman Ib 4111 CrandaU c 1010 only souvenir lacking in his collection wins 400-meter event years, $110,743.57. Weis 2b 4010 Siebern Ib 4010 abrhbi KANSAS CITY
Pittsburgh .. Aspro'nte 3b 4 2 0 0 Pavletich c 4 0 1 1 Telals 41 11 1712 Totals Gary Player of South Africa F.Robsonrf3 1 D0B.R'bson3b4000 Salmon rf abrhbi
2B-Clemente. Mazeroskt. Freese. HR- Hardy cf 5 2 3 Cardenas ss 4011 :39 I111 U of trophies.Two I Ward 3b 4121 Bowens rf 4000 Howser SOZ2Ca'pnls ss 5 010
Oendenon (10). SB-Ba.ley. S-Veale. Gaines rf 5134 Boros 3b 2010 San Francl"e .. ......_ 211 400 040-13 Skowron Ib 3111 E.R'b'son cf 4 0 0 0 Chance ss 4010 Causey 2b 4120
SF-Freese. ..Murrell rf 0000 Rose_ph_ 110 MilwaukeeShort. .. ..........20400400Il-U months after he started I Stephens cf 3 0 0 0 Lau c 3010 Wagner Ib If 1252 """<*>" If < 1 I .
IP H R ERnso Tartabull If
0000 i ? ? 2 1010
1000 Saverine ,
Long ph pr
Alvs 3b
.... i H 4 4 3 1 1 ; E-M.ays. Lanier Woodward. in earnest, the deter-
L. 147 Bruce p Harper ph 1000 F. Alou. Landis cf 0000 Brown c 1000 Azcue C ISJSiS0 ? sSS!
Roebuck ....... 2J 0 0 0 0 1 Johnson ph 1 0 0 tMllwaukee, 1. lOB.San Francisco e. mined Toledo Ohio native Hansen ss 4 0 l0Adair2b 3000 Davalino Edward !
.... 3 2 0 3 2 Mitwaukea o. Cf 2 0 0 c 3120
Wise .. ..... .3 Tetals 37 111 I Totals 35511. Martin c 3010 Roberts p 2010 Held 2b
Gulp .. ........-' .' 2 2 2 0 0 2B-A8ron. Maye. HR-Hart (23), Carty served notice he was still the Horlen 3010 Johnson ph 1000 2011 Charles 3b 3100
Bennett 2 ,2 2 2 0 Houston ... .. ... ..........100 Ml 301-1 (15). Mathews (21). Oliver (II). SB- Buford ph 1000 Dicken ph 1000 Mathews cf 2 2 2 4
u.,1.. W. ----------2. 7 2 2 7 Cincinnati .. ... ... .. Ill 1M 13ft-S M. Alou. Haller. F. A Iou. S-Pagan king. Totals 31 3.2 Totals' 33ISI Moran Kralick p 2Ol0Q'Oonhp4a30
ph-2b 7 1 1
HBP-By Short (Alley T238.). by A14,080.abrhbi BennettAAota -Bond. Cardinas 2. Boros. DP Bolin IP H R ER BB SO He twice broke his world Chicago ...._. .. 000 II* 002-3 Totals 3* 3 12 0 3 Totals 34 fl. f
( ). WP-Short. Houston 1. LOB-Houston I. Cincinnati 4. Shaw 1 2 1 5 1 5 5 1 1 2 1 mark of 2:29.6 for 200 meters Baltimore ..... ... .. .. 000 000 000E Cleveland . .. .. .. 00* 100 020 =-3MO
2B-Fox. Robinson. Coleman. Cardenas. O'Dell. W. 74 5 4 2 ; -Hanse, Weis Ward. DP-Chicago 1. Kansas City .". ". 141 001--9
3B-Games 2. SB-Robinson. S-Fox. Pregenzer 0 0 0 0 1 0 now tied by Prokopenko, in the Baltimore 2. L08-chiUQ 4, Baltimore E-Bell.
.LOS ANGELES ST. lOUIS Bond. RuiL SF-Grote.IP Perry 2 0 0 0 0 1 AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUEW 7. DP-Clev.Jand' 1. Kansas City
lbtbbi H R ERS 18 SO Lary 3.5 3 3 0 2 U.S. Olympic swimming trialsat L Pet. G.B. L Pc?. G.B. 2B_Ward. Lau. SB-Ward. HR-Skew- 1. LOB-Cleveland "- Kansas City C.
wills ss 3100 Flood cf: 4000 Bruce. W. 13-7 .. 7 2-3 I 5 1 5 Ollvo 0 2 3 3 1 0 Baltimore 79 5203 Philadelphia 71 51 .405 ron (15). S-Aparicio.IP. 20-Moran. 3B-Saimo 2. HR-Gen.
Trace'skI3t1.01 0 Brock It 4000 Owens _......1'-3 2 0 S 0 2 Hoett 3. 3 3 1 3 Astoria Pool Sunday. First, Chicago M 54 .597 Vb Cincinnati 73 57 J42 FA H R ERBBSO tile 2 (24); Mathews 2 (C).
W.Davis cf 3021 Groat ss 4120 Purkey. L. W ... a 4 4 2 1 1 Tiefenauer, L 4-5 1 2-3 3 3 3 1 1 he racked a sensational time New York 75 54..511 3 San Francisco 73 if.553 tVt Horlen. W, 10-1 .. 7 4 0 0 0 f IF ? It Eit 5550
Maxvill ss 0000 Nuxhall .. ...._. 2-3 2 3 3 0 2 Fischer' up Kralick. L. 10-5 .. 4 4 .
Davis If 4000 2 1 1 1 0 Detroit 70 45 Jl 11 St. Louis 71 51 .550 7 Peters .. 2-31 O. 0 1 3 1
Howard rt 4010 Boyer 3b 4120 Duren ., 1-3 1 0 0 0 .0 Spahn I 1.3 1 0 0 0 1 of 2:28.2 in a qualifying heat Los Angeles 4* 4* .500 13V4 Pittsburgh 44 44 .501 12'-" Wilhelm . ... -11-3 0 0 0 0 1 Bell. ... ... .. I 3. 4 1 2
:: 1 1 IE 0 Abernathy
0 0 White 1b 3211 Henry : .: ..2 Bolin faced 3 in 2 3 1 1 1 t
0 14 Milwaukee
FairlY lb 3 men 3rd. Olivo Minnesota 65 44 .496 44 44 JO 12V4 Roberts L, 11-4 7 4 1 1
Oliver 26 2 0 0 0 Javier 2b 4111 HBP-By Bruce. Robinson. By Purkey faced 3 men In 4th. Fischer faced 3 and then followed with a 2:28.6 Cleveland 45 67 .492 14ft .Los Angeles 42 44 .484 1SV4 Miller .. I 1-3 3 2 12 1 : Ramos' .". 1 1" I 1 1
Torborg C 3000 Shannon rt 1000 3013 Bruce). By Nuxhall. Aspromonte. WP-T. men m Ith. Pregenzer faced 1 man In that won the final Boston 5* 74 .m 21 Chicago 60 70 .442 MVj Haddix .. .. 2.3 0 .0 0 0 2 O'Don hue. W, ,-" C 12 3 3 4 S
PB-Pavletich. performance '
\ L Miller p 2 0 0 0 Decker c Bruce. Purkey. Henry. Ith. Washington 53 M .391 27 Houston 57 75 .432 22 HBP-By Miller (F. Robinson). WP- WP-O'Donoghue, Ramos. PB-Azcue..
Walls ph 1 0 0 0 Simmons Tetals' p 3155 2 0 1 $C 2:35. HBP-By Shaw (Cline). by O'Dell (F. and earned him his trip to Tok- Kansas City 13 .371 30V4 New York '4$4.33$34',* Haddix. T-2:27. A-22.339. T-2:38.
Totals 2f 14 1 saturdaY's Results 1 Yesterdays Results
Second Game Los Angeles 3. Detroit 2Y&trdaV1 1 San Francisco 13-4 Milwaukee 10-7
............... 00* 001 000-1 Second CINCINNATI Gam SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE yo.Attractive Donna de Varona Results St. Louis 5. Los Angeles 1 DETROIT abrhbi LOS ANGELES abrhbiMcAuliffe CLEVELANDSICIM KANSAS Game CITY
Las Angeles 00* Ml Ux-S HOUSTON aDrS iii abrhbi Kansas City5.. Cleveland 3-4 Houston t-4. Cincinnati 5-7
brbbl abrbbi M.AIou lllOCartyIf 5252 New York 9. Boston 3 Pittsburgh 10 Philadelphia 2 ss 5 0 J 0 Pearson cf 4220Lumpe abrhbi aferhM
ti------------------------ Hilts ss-2b 5120 Ruiz 2b S 1 1 1 Lanier 2b 3000 Maye cf 5220 the baby of the 1960 Olympic Chicago 3. Baltimore 0 Chicago 7. New York 3 2b 4000 Power Ib 411 Salmon rf 4010 Ca'p'n'ris ss 4 2 3 0
E-TracewskU OP-St. Louts 1. LOB- Fox 2b 322 Queen rt 5112 McCovey pf1 0 0 Aaron rf 4124 swimming team, cracked her Minnesota 5. Washington 4 Today's Games Kaline rf 4100 Fregost u 4113 Howser ss 4121 Green 2b 1 *
S. St. louIS 7. KaskoprssloloPinso" cf 5232 Davenp-t ss 0000 Mathews 3b 3011 Todays Games Los Angeles at St. Louis, N Cash Ib 41205niitlSlf 4111 Chance Ib 4110 Causey 2b 2)10Brown
Los 35-Groat.AnOdes White. Javier. Boy. Shan- Spangler If 5221 Robinson If 5. 2 1 Mays cf 4110 Torre c 3010 own world standard of 5:16.5 for Washington at Minnesota (Only game scheduled). H 311 Clinton rf 301 0 Wagner 401 Jimenez If 2000
Davis. s-Flirly. Simmons- Bond Ib 5001 D.J'"son Ib 4110 Hart 3o 2112 Oliver Ib 401 (Only scheduled. Tomorrows Games Demeter cf J' 1 2 Rodgers c 401 0 Romano C 3000 Tartabull If 2 0 0 0
,,o$. SB-W L. 52.3 5 2 2 2 3 As ro'nte 3b 4 0 0 0 Coker c 4020 Cepeda Ib 312 Menke ss 400 0 the women's 400-meter individual game Tomorrows Games San Francisco at New York. N Freehan c 5121 Satnano 3b 4 0 1 0 Moran :3b J 1 1 I Colavito rt 3132
L} Millet.Miner 7 .. .. .. 11-3 0 0 0 I 0Perranoskl Hardy cf 4000 Cardenas ss 3 0 2. J.Alou rt 4010 Woodw'd 2b 300 0 medley with a time of 5:14.9 New Yo.at Los Angeles. N Milwaukee at St. Lows, N Wert 3b 4010 Knoop 2b 401 1 Francona ph I 0 0 Gentile Ib 5011
... 1 3 3 3 1 0 Gaines rt 4000 Boros 30 4111 Crandall c :301 0 F>.tou If 0100 Boston at Kansas City. N Houston at Philadelphia U Wick'sham p 0 0 0 0 McBride p 1 0 0 0 Alvis 3b 1012 Bryan c 4011
Jlmmons W. '*;. i i 3 2 Hoffman c 3100 JayI 3110 Snider ph 100 Cloninger p 3 1 1 0 for the four-stroke event. The Baltimore at Minnesota. N Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N Rakow pl' I I Piersail I ph l' 1 I Held Davalillo 2b cf 2110 3222 Alusik Charles ph 1 I 0 a
A-24.764. Grote c o ooHonryp 3110 Pagan ss 3000 Bailey ph 0000 Detroit Thomas ph lOll 3b 4000
T-2:2S. at Chicago. N Chicago at CincinnatI. N
KJohnson p 1 O' 0 Ellis p 1 0 C Haller ph 1000 DelaHoz ph 1000 17-year-old lass from the Santa Cleveland at Washington. N Bruton ph 1011 Donovan p 2001 Meyer p 200
Whitfield 1 0 0 0
Jones p 1000 Dutfalo pl. 0 0 Boiling 2b 0000 Wood ph 1010 ph Wyatt p 200
White ph 1000 Hiller 2b 1100 Clara, Calif., S.C., is all by her- INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW Totals 3> 4 11 4TafaI533S1_ 4 Totals 31 4ClTofals345)) S
NEW YORK CHICAGOHI.brbbl Rob'ts ph Ib 1 0 0 0 Tetals 31 4 4 4 Tetals 37 7 13 7 self in the test that calls for 100- L Pct. G.B. St. Petersburg 37 L 26 Pc?. G.B. Detreit .... ....-:-.-.-. .. aos ill 502-4 Cleveland . M* 202 Ml 4
abrIbi 0 Totals 31473 Tetals SCOled.Sa.29 714..7Two FranciscoMilwaukee ., ... .. -. Ill Ml m-4Ml Jacksonville *3 57 .593 Orlando 34 21.511 Jt7 1 Los Angeles ... ........ 40* II* Mx-5 Kansas City : :: :: .: cii 01* 200-5
out when winning run meter swims in butterfly back- Syracuse U 57 .53
. .. -
lOt MXE E-Moran. DP
0 Tampa 3421Jfl 1 12. Los An- Bryan. -Kansas City I.None. .
Huste. ..... .. ........ 240 MM MO-4 breastroke and free- Rochester 74 44 J34 1 Fort Lauderdale 33 31 .514 4' E- LOB Detroit LOB-Cleveland 11. Kansas City 10.
; 1 Cincinnati. .......... .. 040 lOt Ml-7 -M. Alou Woodward. DP-Milwaukee stroke, Buffalo 71 62.53.& tVt Miami 29 34.460 I I Qa>4a S ). Knoop. 38 ...arson- HR-DavaMlo IS). Mathews (10). SB..
1. LOB San Francisco 5. Milwaukee .. Toronto 72 M .522 It
S 2 style.In Sarasota 21 33.45f 2B-o-tosler. (17), Smith (C). SB-Mc- Campanerls. S-Tartabull. Donovan. Wa,.
E-Rulz 2. Pinson. Robinson. D. Johnson 28-J. Alou. Carty. TorreMathews. HR- Columbus M TV .432 22V4 ner. SF-Colavlto. Howser.
0 0 Boros. LOB Houston 7. Cincinnati 7. Hart (24), Carry (16). Aaron (23). SB- the third Sunday final, Roy Richmond 59 M .424 23V Lakeland Daytona Beach 25 25 34 37 .403.424 10 1IV Auliff .P H ERBBSO IP H R ERBBSOS
0 2B-Oucen, Robinson. HR-Pinson (II). Mays F. Atou. SF-Hart.IP Atlanta SO 17 J65 :31V* 4 I Donovan 42-3 11 5 2 4
S-Fox, Cardenas. H R Eit I. SO Saari, the 19-year-old power Yesterdays Results Yesterday's Results Wk'sham. U 14-10 4 4 McMahon ....... 1-3. .
0. 1 2 0 0
... 4 4)
ERBB SO ......... 42-310 332 l' Columbus Jacksonville 4 Tampa Lakeland 2-3 Rakow ..
IP H R Duffalo It
Bell. W. *-4 ....... 1 0 0 I 1
KJohnson ...... 12-3' 5 5 S 0 Shaw........... 2-301 1 0 0 swimmer of the El Segundo, Syracuse I. Buffalo 2 St. Petersburg 32. Sarasota 3-1 Navarro ..:::::: 1 S S I 0 0 0 McDowell .......1 0 0 1,
Taylor ph 100 0 Jones ........... 3 1-3 5 I 1 0 1 Pierce ..........? 1-30000 1 S.C. of California edged Don Richmond 1. Atlanta Miami 3, Fort Lauderdale 2 Fox. ............2 1 0 0 0 1 Meyer .......... .1-2' 2 2 7
..... 1 SI
Ribant p 200 0 Owens ......... 3 1 0 0 S 1 Herbel. L. .-C ..._ 1-33330 0 Toronto 7. Rochester 2 Daytona Beach 4. Orlando 1Tadays Regan 1 7 2 2 2 4 Santiago ........ 1 1 2 2 2 1
Graham 3b I 0 0 0 Woodeshick L, 2.9 2-3 2 1 1 0 0 Cloninger. W. 14-12 I 6 4 2 3 5 Schollander of Santa Clara, witha Todays Games Games McBiide. W. 3-12 43722Wyatt ... 2 2-2 2 1 1 1
Totals 34313 Tetal :327l1Jay ... .. 1234 4 1 1 Tiefenauer .. .l 0 3 Buffalo at Rochester Fort Lauderdale at Miami R. Lee .........3 h 1st. Bowsfield I.. U." 1-3 1 1 1 1 I
Henry _'_'.' .,5 1. 0 0 2 HBP-By Cloninger (Duftalol, By Shaw time of 4:13.5 for the 400meters Columbus at Richmond Daytona Beach at Orlando Wlekersham faced 4 men WPRaSantiago .. 21 I I I I I
New 'Thi-k ............... U1 101 001-3 Ellis W. 0-3 ... 21-32 0 0 I 3 (F. Alou). WP-Cloninger. T-2:42. A- Atlanta at Jacksonville Lakeland at Tampa HBP-By McBride .(Lvmpe) T-2.Sf. A 4,714.
GbAG&SS .................. 2G2 W FB-Hoffman. T-:2i.. A-17J9. 2X371. freestyle. (Only games scheduled) St. Petersburg at Sarasota kow. T22lA.S.294.


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\.3..v..c vnOakland :' ---i" :_ ::" ,- &. :, : ...t

Surprise of AFL WBA'S Ban 'SPORTSMAN'S' Gary, Dick Wood Sparkle '

Gets LittleReaction

Last Year, Figures StrongSANTA DGESL UPSTREAM'WETSLINE.( ya &q p for Giants, Jets SquadsDICK

ROSA, Calif. (AP) mitted, "We should be better in Jim Otto, perennial all-league NORFOLK, Va. (AP-A decision LINE MUST PRY A DROPPER FLY ON COUCH Vegas. ing Wood a chance to impress l' I
Al Davis, the American Football over-all intelligence about our center, heads the offensive line of the World Boxing Association FLOAT ; Associated Press Sports Writer Gary Wood, a 22-year-old rookie the coach as a ready and able | I
League's Coach of the Year last system and in added exper that includes Proberb Jacobs to enforce a ban on a New York's professional football from Cornell whom Sher-,reliever. 1 I
I. season with a surprising 10-4 ience." and Frank Youso or Dick Kleinat return Cassius Clay-Sonny Lis- LEADER SINKS- 7-/5 teams aren't out of the man retained while releasing'I The Ivy Leaguer completed 11 ;

record at Oakland, is afraid Davis has a fine split end in tackles and Sonny Bishop, ton bout has drawn a "so what". CURRENT- Woods yet -and they won't be Glynn Griffing, Tittle's 1963 sub,I i of 24 passes for 193 yards. s
people will expect too much this Art Powell, whom he calls "the Wayne Hawkins, Ken Rice and for some time if Giants coach when the Giants trimmed their I
season. best in pro football." Powell Bob Mischak among the guards. reaction. WET FLY Allie Sherman and Jets pilot roster last week, replaced the I Dick Wood, 28-year-old former I

"Our big problem is that the reportedly was thinking of play- The defensive picture has I "We plan to enforce our ban I ........... .. Weeb Ewbank have their way. veteran pass-master early in I with Charger two, wrecked payoff his old to club I
expectancy is so much great. ing Canadian football but he is been complicated by Dave Cos-,of the return bout to our fullest' the second period Saturday. passes
er," said Davis at the Raiders' back with the Raiders. ta's shoulder dislocation. Costa i WBA CommissionerAbe WHEN THE USUAL, CROSS AND The Woods, 5-foot-ll Gary of I Maynard and another to Bake It"
I Tittle threw a scoring to Turner that covered 5*
DOWNSTREAM CAST AND RETRIEVES Giants and 6-foot-5 Dick of pass yards. I II
training "We beat San Tom Flores, starting his front line
camp. was a tackle. Dan
I J. Greene said at the windup
FAIL TO PRODUCE, TRY the Jets, quarterbacked their Dick James before twisting his The big Auburn grad hit on 12 of
Diego, Kansas and Houston fourth of ball, is the I
City Birdwell
and rookie Rex Mirichof
year pro
of the conventionlast QUARTERING OR -
group's DIRECTLY UPSTREAM clubs to victories left knee, the same one he hurt 28 tosses for 152 yards. Jim Turner II
twice each last year. Even if we No. 1 quarterback, with help Arizona State are working at weekend."If CASTS AGAINST FLOW. impressive
in last December's NFL title added J
two field the
I (AS IP USING NYMPHS) FOR A Saturday as the National and I goals as
split even with them, we'll be from Cotton Davidson. In addi- the tackles and Dalva Allen and ]. &
DEEPER DRIFT. RUB MUD OR A American Football game. This time, the injury appeared Jets ran their exhibition slate
only 77. Last year doesn'tcount. tion to Powell, Flores has flanker Jon Jelacic at ends. that's the stand on the', "LEADER SINK PREPARATION: ON I !
This is a new season. Bo Roberson and tight end Jack Simpson and Clancy Os- WBA, we'll ignore it," replied i WET FLY AND ALL OR PART OP moved through another week to be slight while afford 31. ]I.I
1------- -
Harold Conrad, spokesman for LEADER (TO DESIRED DEPTH"). end of exhibitions prior to mid-, -----
Our problem is to stay wherewe Ken Herock as his top receivers. -borne are the outside linebackers I II
Promotions, LINE MUST FLOAT NOT: SINK, September season openers. I .
are. Jan Barrett is behind Her- with dependable Arch Mat- Inter-Continental AS IN USUAL WET-FLY FISHING. I _
The Raiders' amazing successof ock.Clem sos in the middle. an outfit in which Liston had KEEP LINE SLACK-FREE. WATCH Gary Wood, filling in for hob- END OF SEASONCLEARANCE I;
1963 has paid off at the box Daniels, a workhorse The defensive backfield has stock that has the promotion DRY FLY'S REACTION AS SIGNAL. bled Y. A. Tittle, threw three
office. Davis reports an advance halfback, is the key to the Raid. Fred Williamson and Warren rights for the Liston-Clay re I 0STRIKE WHEN SIGNALLED(USUALLY)STRIKE NOT QUICKLY.FELT) touchdown passes as the Giants
season ticket sale of close to 12 ers' running attack. "Daniels is Powers at the corners and Tom match. WORK UPSTREAM FROM SPOT TO trimmed Philadelphia 28-17 at
000, compared to 7,800 a year a great athlete," said Davis.I Morrow and either Joe Krakoskior "Somewhere in the United .SPOT (LIKE USING DRY FLIES)). Princeton, N.J., for their first
"Our trouble is that we don't Claude Gibson at safety. States the fight will go on in No- NFL pre-season success in four I; NOW IN PROGRESS
ago."Everybody Is coming aroundto have anybody behind him." Davis is high on two rookie vember," Conrad said. Party Given starts. Dick Wood also fired
see if it's true about us," he Glenn Shaw and Bobby Jack linebackers, Dan Conners from 0
three strikes in the Jets'
for the fullback And Bill Faversham, who scoring
said. son are fighting For
Miami of Florida and Bill Budness PlayersMore
"We have the smallest club in job. Jackson is the former New of Boston heads the group sponsoring 34-6 rout of AFL champion San
the league, a decent first team, Mexico State blaster who cameto champion Clay, said the WBAcan't than 100 Seminole and Diego at Atlanta. I
is the best in
but need I Oakland from San Diego in a Diego our succeed in its threat to
we help. hope we can Gator
League players attendedthe
division said Davis who A Dallas crowd of ,
beat declare the title vacant if Clay 60,057 NEW and USED
described facetiously
get some help from the others deal orginally last baseball party at the I
his old boss, Gillman, in both defends against former champion the largest since the Chicago
that are so far ahead of us. by Sid Gillman as a loan. I Boys' Club. Awards and re
Before stopping to wipe away Later Gillman said he was only meetings last year. Liston freshments were the center of All-Star game early in the BOATS and TRAILERSBAIRD'S

the crocodile tears, Davis ad kidding. "Seriously, our big problem is "Thers are only two reasons a attraction with team competition -month watched the Cowboys:
the relative_ strength! of__ the.___ other .
take 35-3 from Green .
n title can be taKen away, i-av-- in such races and tug-o- a beating
FOR OLYMPICS clubs in our division and how ersham said in Louisville. "Oneis war drawing the most enthusiasm. Bay while Pittsburgh edged San::
Kansas City handled us pretty is defeated in .
if the champion Francisco 16-14 and unbeaten i
good in our first exhibition. We
the ring. The other is if he refuses Six MARINE
beat Denver but that was before boys were presented the outscored Los Angeles
Pompano Youth they got Jacky Lee. Everybodyis to fight somebody." Amos Alonzo Stagg Physical 34-23 in other NFL games.i
Fitness Medal for i
waiting" to kick the tar out of The WBA voted in its weekend achievement in teamw o rk, Oakland took an AFL decision'' 601 S. MAIN ST.

Makes U.S. Team us. convention to ban a Clay-Liston j sportsmanship, dependabilityand I from Houston 34-20 in the first PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
I Next -New York Giants. rematch. athletic ability. pro-game ever played at Las :1

, NEW YORK (AP-John) Nelson ]the Fort Lauderdale Swim As
\ 16-year-old Pompano Beach sociation. 1
High School swimmer, becamethe I Penney Estes and Lir.da Shee-
first Floridian to qualify for I ler, both of Miami, will compete
the U.S. Olympic team by placing -in today's 400 meter freestyle Great taste
third in the 400-meter free- event for women. new :

style day.Nelson event in trials here Sun-I. ;c

finished behind Roy' .f <
Saari and Don Schollander with. yY .4
i 3 a ..ti {
a 4:14.9: clocking. Saari had
413.5 and Schollander finished' A u FEiI
: Pa 6E S
in 4:14.1. i I
Nelson is the third south Floridian Western Cedar tobacco
to earn an Olympic swim- Fencing Material pipe \t

ming years. berth in t he last eight .

Fort Lauderdale's Jack Nelson
did it in 1956 and Shirley,
Stobs was on the 1960 team. I II
The 5-foot 142-pound Nelson
started slow but moved to
fourth at the halfway) mark and INSTALL inafilter
beat out Mike Wall and Carl
Robie in the end. YOUR OWN i I
"John knew he was swimming! and save! ,
for third place," said coach Bob
Ousley of Pompano Beach High I.
School, but he could have won if. \
he had started faster." I t. Reasonable w

"Our strategy was for John toI I 1?. Cost. r
be with the rest of the field ex; Financing ii

cept the for 350-meter Saari and mark.Schollanderat : !I I; .- Satisfaction Available. II cigarette

"We knew John could take it! -- Guaranteed
home if he was with them going i
into the last yards." i\11' PHONEFR
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Ousley feels that Ndson'sOlympic
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Little Big Favorite Ayres r ;: ::1i Slip-Ups En Route to the- 20-Game' Club ;I 1


I At Du QuoinBy Iri Nrm dark {riturlt 'I'll face the kid,' said Trucks. ''The next time you want to do me a favor, Skip,' he I
"The kid beathim 2 to 1. The next day "
By ARTHUR DALEY we went out said to me, 'Forget it.

CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN i NEW YORK The baseball season is about to wheel against Larsen and scored 11 runs in the very first inning.If For a fellow who mangles the English language in most ;t I
Trucks had been a little more clairvoyant he'd have of his conversation Charles Dillon
Stengel still has ]*
Associated Press into the a surprisingly -
Sports Writer September home-stretch-it's longer than normal this "
been a 20-gamer that season.
I DU QUOIN, 111. (AP) Dim- year-and the weeks that lie ahead will determine the shapeof extensive vocabulary, mainly because he never for- I
inutive x gets anything he has ever heard or seen. That's how he i jj I
Ayres is the record book. be identified
an overwhelming Remaining to are the
Tacit agreement between the rival managers, Bill Rigneyof happens to startle listeners from time to time in
by tossing
favorite in a field of nine wf pennant winners, the batting champions, the home run 11
the Giants and Mayo Smith of the Phils, avoided direct 50 cent words among the double negatives. i
colts named for Wednesday's39th kings, the .300 hitters and the 20-game winners among the !
edition of the Hambletonian pitchers. confrontation by their star pitchers, Johnny Antonelliand "One day I got into a fist fight in Philadelphia," he said.
Robin Roberts, for the final two games of the 1956 "This is when I'm playin' for the Giants. All it does is II
premier trotting race for 3- There always has been a singular sort of fascination
season. It was the last chance for both because each had make John McGraw mad at me and he gives it to me
year-olds. to the Twenty Game Club. The advance toward it
won 19. Antonelli went out on Saturday and made the twenty good.
Ayres, a hotrod of doesn't have the smooth chartable flow of the
i son day-by-day
game club. Roberts, pitching on Sunday against '
Windy 'If the league office doesn't fine you, he yells, 'I will.
great Star's Pride, is so good pennant races or batting races. It moves jerkily with three. t
f: McCall, a nobody on the Giant staff, was beaten. That was the most asinine thing I ever saw.' ,
I! that trainers of many would-be or four days between starts for the prime candidates and --..
..L "I never forgot that word, 'asinine'. If you ever hear me
candidates were discouraged suspence grows as the deadline nears. It gets agonizingafter One trouble with baseball is that no pitcher knows where use it, you'll know where I got it from."
from posting a final $1,500 to en- the 19th victory. his next victory is coming from or how easy it will be. '. i

t ter.As may go full speed That's when helpful managers try to juggle and schel!:. Lefty Gomez, one of the great ones, was meditating out loud After Uncle Wilbert Robinson of sainted left the I

the result, the field is the Ed Short, the front office boss of the White Sox, was telling about the element of unpredictability inherent in the game. Brooklyn Dodgers, he became president of memory the Atlanta ball

smallest since nine went to the UF TurnsSights about the choice that was offered Virgil Trucks when "When I was managing Binghamton in the Yankee chain," club. He was immediately deluged with requests for jobs
post in 1941. It is the first all- the 1954 season had reached its final two days.
said the whimsical senor, "my star pitcher was Vic Ras- from old ball players. Uncle Robbie patiently read all let
male line-up since 1950. "Trucks had won 19 games at that point," related Short, chi. Our starter got in a jam in the 8th inning and I turnedto ters and just as patiently answered them. Some of his an-,
The blue ribbon "and we had two left with the Baltimore Orioles. Paul
event will be To Vic, alongside me in the dugout. swers were classics. He may not have been a great managerbut
worth $115,281, seventh largest Richards'was our manager and he sent for Trucks. 'Want to pick up a quick victory?' I said. his sense of humor kept him young and happy.

: purse in its history, with a win- 'Virg, he said. 'I'll let you decide which game you wantto "He was agreeable. The only trouble was that the game One of his former tanglcfooted operatives laid it on rather

s: ner's share of $56,487. Aerial GameFlorida's work. The Orioles are going witb a kid named Billy didn't end in the 9th. Raschi kept going until he had thick in making his plea."I .

There is no parimutuel. bettingat O'Dell in one game and Don Larsen,' an experienced man, pitched 17 innings. What's more, he lost. This didn't improvehis want to end my days in Atlanta," he wrote. Uncle
in the other. Which do
the Du Quoin State Fair- you want to face? disposition.
Gators move into a Robbie shot back an answer.
grounds, but unofficially Ayres second week of football drills "Why not try robbing a post office?" he wrote.

is an even-money choice; today with emphasis to be on BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS
; Ayres, trained and reined by '
:; John Simpson, who won with the Coach passing game.Graves 4MAJoR Saints Grab I I i I
Ray expressed oaNJJt1E
I Hockory Smoke in 1957 drew r. e
with the Bold .
displeasure pass- Lad Bold
the No.7. post, with Speedy Ruler LEAGUE
I ing attack in Saturday's con- Lead in FSLBy
Count getting No. 2 and Speedy ,
trolled scrimmage and said LEA.DERSNational Business
Rodney No.8.Completing. [ L
the line, including efforts would be made to improve THE ASSOCIATED PRESSSt. i 0 Auto

post positions are DartmouthNo. this week. Bill Winfrey Top ParadeBy Petersburg swept a Flori- i Home

( 1)); Big John (No. 3),1) Two potential varsity playersare League da State League doublcheader '

Scribe Rodney (No. 4)), Sasebo'' idled temporarily by in- Batting ((235 at bats)-Clem. with Sarasota Sunday night and I Life

(No. 5), Rain Water (No. 6)) and.juries. Tackle Sydney MacLeanof ORLO ROBERTSON time for the 60th running of the 17 stakes winners, including the ente, Pittsburgh, .364; Aaron, moved into first place. 215 N.E.1st .

Bedevil (No. 9)). I. Jacksonville has an ankle Associated Press Sports Writer 6% furlong classic was a sizzling -four by Bold Lad, and four by Milwaukee, Williams and Santo, The Saints took the opener Street

In nine starts this year, Ayres injury and fullback John Fei- The battle of the ballots is 1:15 3-5, which clipped. Queen Empress, a juvenile filly Chicago, .326. 3-2 and then came back in the :
has been beaten only by 5-year-I ber of Gainesville has a bruised -some three months away. But two-fifths of a second off the also sired by Bold Ruler. nightcap to win 21. St. Peters- 2.3516d011

old Marco Hanover in a photo- back. Both are expected to you can be sure of three things. track record. Runs-Mays, San Francisco, burg now leads the league, with

finish. He avenged this defeat in return to action early this There'll be plenty of votes cast Minimum Pa'offMrs. Roman Brother made his 16th 102; Allen, Philadelphia, 97. jast one week left to play, by

his next start. week.It for Bold Lad as the 2-year-old start of the season last Saturday Runs batted in-Santo, Chicago -a full game. I ., rf
is expected that halfback champion, Bold Ruler as the H.C. Phipps, owner of a winning one by capturing Orlando and Tampa were tied I
95 Boyer, St. Louis, 93.
Jack Harper t I Lakeland, a equine Father of the Year and the Wheatley Stable, picked up the $34,300 American Derby at ; for second place. Tampa swepta I

r Suwannce probable startei1 on offense, Bill Winfrey as the thoroughbred -a check for $72,231.25 but back Arlington Park. Under Fernando Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh,. doubleheader from Lakeland i

will get into pads this week. sport's No. 1 trainer. ers of Bold Lad didn't fare so. Alvarez he hit the end of the 175; Aaron, Milwaukee, 169. i 4-2, and 4-3 in a bid to retake! ; aro n

I. Loop Meets Harper, recovering from the Going into the rich fall stakes well. He paid only $2.60 for a $2 \V\ miles one length in front of Milwaukee I the lead which they have held irfffi your Car

mumps, worked out in shorts for 2-year-olds, including the win ticket and the minimum Lt. Stevens with a clocking of Doubles Maye, most of the second half. I
Williams and
$2.10 to place. 2:012.5. 36; Chicago, Orlando downed
At Jasper last week. Washington-Arlington Futurity, Clemente, Pittsburgh, 32. I was by Day-
Highlights of the first con- The Taturity and the Champagne Bold Lad also added prestigeto Five Record tona Beach, which moved out of GET SAFETY

JASPER The Suwannee trolled scrimmage were fine at Aqueduct and the Gar- Bold Ruler, his daddy. The Triples-Santo, Chicago, 10;. the cellar, 41.

Conference will hold a din n er defensive play by linebackerJack den State Stakes, here are Bold young stallion, who also racedin The victory gave him a recordof Pinson, Cincinnati, and Callison, The remaining game saw Miami SERVICE HERE

meet at Jasper High School tonight Card of Coral Gables and Lad's credentials: the Wheatley silks, was the four victories, four seconds Philadelphia, 9. defeat Fort Lauderdale 3-2.

with football topics to be I corner back Dick Kirk of Fort Won six of his eight starts, in- nation's top sire last year in and three thirds for earnings of Home San Fran- With the race coming down to I Expert brake service
discussed in a business session. i Lauderdale plus good runningby cluding four stakes, and was both money races won by his $304,742. He paid $6.60 for his cisco 39 Williams Chicago, 28. the wire, it's still a tossup between will mean safer,

The Suwannee loop encom- sophomore backs Marquis second in the other two for offspring. This year, 10 of his Derby success.In ; St. Petersburg, Orlando I free drivingfor

passes a dozen schools in a Baeszler of Atlanta, Graham earnings of $185,080.25. He post- get already have won 17 stakes. other top events last Satur- Stolen bases-Wills, Los An- I and Tampa. The first half win-i worry

North and South division. Mem- McKeel, Lakeland: and Don ed his most impressive triumphin Bill Winfrey, who succeeded day, Helmore' Farm's diminu- geles, 39; Brock, St. Louis, 36. ner, Lakeland, is at the bottom you.

bers are North Marion, Willis- Knapp, Pensacola. Veteran end last Saturday's $111,125 Hope- Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons as headof tive Phantom Shot accountedfor Pitching ((12 decisionsKoufax ) -of the league and out of conten Bring your

ton, Chiefland, Cross City, New- Barry Brown of Ann Arbor, ful at Saratoga when he ran the Wheatley string last fall the $29,800 Ventnor Turf Los Angeles, 19-5, .792; tion.Tonight's j car in now!

berry, Trenton, Lake Butler, I Mich., was another player 'away from four rivals in the likewise has profited by P-' Handicap at Atlantic City for a Bunning, Philadelphia, 14-4, schedule calls for |: ,

Branford, Mayo, Jasper, Greenville drawing praise from Graves stretch for a seven-length decision Lad's parade to the top of the z $8.20 payoff; Pop's Harmony, ..778.Strikeouts I Fort Lauderdale at Miami, Daytona -i )

and Jennings. l for a fine defensive showing.____ over Native Charger. His year-old class. He has sa't $38.80, surprised in the $25,000- Koufax, Los Angeles Beach at Orlando. Lake-i

i added Del Mar Derby at Del 223; Drysdale, las Angeles land at Tampa, and St. Peters- EXPERT
Football officials will be on MECHANICS
burg at Sarasota.
Mar after Wil Rad had been 189.
hand to discuss rules changesand I
working plans for the season Jets Maul Suns Chiefs scratched and Beaupy, $8.40,
scored in the $15,860 Granite American League and Fregosi, Los Angeles, 8. SAVE HEREon -
State Stakes for 2-year-olds at
Other topics likely will includea Rockingham Park. Batting ((325 at bats-Oliva, I Home runs-Killebrew, Min I Rebuilt Generators,

Minnesota, .330 Mantle, New nesota, 42; Powell, Baltimore! Starters, Fuel Pumps,
for division winners
playoff plan Tie for IL LeadIt
to meet at the close of the 1 1i Regain Same Course York, ..310.RunsOliva. and Colavito, Kansas City, 31.1 Water Pumps,
Minnesota 98
i ; Clutch Discs, and
season. !I Howser, Cleveland, 89. Stolen bases-Aparicio, Pressure Plates.HUL'S.

j jI could be the weather. Maybe : maybe the rain that caused Toronto, in a bid for the NEW YORK (AP) The Runs batted in Killebrew, more, 50; Davalillo, Cleveand,

--I. Hurricane Cleo's strafing of Syracuse's second game of a league playoffs, moved to with-I II fourth annual $100,000 Thunder- Minnesota, 97; Stuart, Boston, 18.
FOOD FREEZER Florida had something to do scheduled doubleheader to be in a game and a half of 96.

:.:.:. .... with it. But something has cool- postponed will cool the Chiefs fourth-place Buffalo with the bird Classic will be staged for Hits-Oliva, Minnesota, 182; Pitching Batimore((12 decisions)
:::::: :::.1 ed off the Jacksonville Suns' off a bit. victory over Rochester.Eli the third straight year at the B. Robinson, Baltimore, 149. er, 13-4, .763-Bunk-1;
::: SAVE HEREON :::: have at al At rate Jacksonville Grba held New York, 14-5, .737. FREE 8KAXE ADJUSTMENT
t ; and it couldn't come any can the Red Wingsto Westchester Country Club's Doubles Bressoud, Boston,
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:::::: BIG :.::::. worse time. I look forward to a game tonight one run through seven innings course in Harrison, N.Y. sponsors -and Oliva, Minnesota, 35; Cola- Strikeouts Downing, New I
: ::: ,::::: With just 12 days left in the. with last-place Atlanta, a team and homers by Ken Ham- of the golf tournament said vito, Kansas City, 29. York, 174; Chance, Los Angeles,
::::a::: FAMILY MENUS'! :::: season, the Suns find them I that's been out of the race since lin and Curt Belfary, his 31st, today. The date will be announced Triples Versalles, Minne- J61. I

: selves once again in a tie with early in the season. put Toronto out front to stay.AUBURI' later. sota, 9; Yastrzemski, Boston, -- ----

Syracuse for the International] Atlanta dropped a nip and . 00 00 0 0 1
League lead. tuck contest with Richmond 11-

i II And to top it all off, the Suns 9 Sunday while in other play, Veteran Auburn Gridders Let Beneficial put
haven't been playing well lately. Toronto tripped Rochester 72.

The sixth-place Columbus Jets Columbus, vying for the role
split a doubleheader with them of "pennant spoilers," jumpedon FIT :i
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them 16-4 Sunday while Syracuse the first two innings and a total -. .-. .
was taking three straight of 19 hits in the game. -
::1{ ;:::: from the tougher Buffalo Bi Julio Gotay turned in four ..; r
[, Ala. (AP-A) veteran and of the : in fullback Raw and
::ti A growing family needs '::: winning Sunday's con- singles while Dave Wissman, spent part day Larry on '
;:;:; plenty of good, fresh ;::: test 82. Rex Johnston and Ron Brand packed squad of Auburn Birmingham at the annual Jef- wingback George Rose. in your pocket today
::::: meat. Buy by the side or ::::::; hits Tigers takes to the field for the ferson County Auburn Club bar. Other returning lettermen, by
>:+. quarter, while "Good" :::::> Jacksonville is hoping that produced two and three start of fall football practice becue. positions are: Just call up come in and get the cash you
::t:: and "Choice" beef prices ::::: runs batted in each. Tuesday.The Monday was devoted to taking End-Mike Helms, Abbeville, need for all your Fall expenses! Left-over bills, new
::k are at their lowest.We'll ::::::: Reigo Mena's two-run homer
SportsmenPlan clothes, repairs, school needs, you-name-it! Remember
: ::: and Johnny Lewis' double and War Eagles will work physicals and receiving gear for and Jim Ingle, Birmingham.
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; What's your problem For j lent FOR 1U1 l 6RA55 LEA5vE SANKDEEPER 'I

Be Scent-sible 1 eral reply writ to Abby. Box 3365 :r zc- L INTO THE CELLAR. i SOMEONE;' D R5TANDS. ,I

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, DEAR ABBY: Though I am supposed to solve political can I find out what religion a boy is without coming right out l'g-' J7W5AJE554GS r-Uou Will now follow yasscwq E RD W llJl'YO_ (

J problems I have one which I have wrestled with for some and asking him? '<*ztfer&\/EDBf\ my Instructions. i* urxAlN'r \ I

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O News-Cronkite made up his mind to let singers Caterina Valente EXAMINING ROOM/ ] THAT YOU'VE SEEN ,L,; THAT'S ALMOST
11:00 Q Concentration IN PERSON.
7:00 O Zane Grey Western nothing stand in the way and Sergio Franchi, and 3 IRRESISTIBLE I
"One Must Die." The will of a long-awaited fishing the Young Americans, O McCoys

of Thad Hobbes leaves all trip, but somehow one who perform Meredith'snew 11:30 Q O (Color) Jeopardy I
his property to one daughter little thing after another march "Ask Not." O Pete and Gladys ::0i

and nothing to the keeps popping up to test Grand finale: "76 Trom- 12:00 O O (Color) Say When

other. Attorney John Bay his determination. bones," sung in English, O Love of Life i

lor i* caught between the 9:00 O Danny Thomas French, German and Ital- 12:25 O News i3KP I Is
two women when he "Moose" was a catcher on ian, is performed by 500 12:30 O D (Color) Truth or \
comes to handle the Danny's grammar school high school bandsmen. ConsequencesO I g 891 /

estate. Sarah and Melanie baseball team, but the 10:30 (D Compass 12 Search for Tomorrow i, sl
Hobbes: Joan Crawford. once homely tomboy has Discussion 12:45 O Guiding Light

Baylor: Philip Carey.O changed and how she's 11:00 O O News, Weather 12:55 O News
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the U.S. effort to land a Stars Sports, Weather GJ (Color) TV Bingo AFTERNOON I SPENT ALU NTH ; ,

man on the moon by 1970, Cameras go "In Search of 11:25 O Movie-Western 1:15 CD Focus 2 a IN THE ( : ;
is the focus of this film. Kim Novak," who lives "Riding Shotgun." (1955)) 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's Makea .sa PARLOR'a .

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Soviet cosmonaut Valen- star and is s Ic t /
Hollywood as a Deepwater Stage accused -
O As the World Turns
tina Tereshkova, clips of as a recluse in a small of conspiring with 1:55 O CD News
the new American astronauts stone castle near Monte- bandits when the stageis
2:00 O CD Loretta Young
in training and rey, Cal. Joseph Cotton robbed. Randolph Scott, O Password
shots of the narrates. Morris. One hour
: close-up moon Wayne ( 2:30 O CD DoctorsO
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: pros and cons of the plan- ters huddle near the bank TUESDAY A'A'
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ned moon landing, examines door Barney steps in and Morning and Afternoon 3:25 O News
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: Bill Stout is the narrator. ly Roads, conclusion of .
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CD Mo\ie-Musical a two-part episode. A cou- 6:15 O Secret Storm
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: humble singer be- Sister Veronica off the 6:40 O (Color) Living Words 4:30 O AGAINST LEE,HAS 50 DO I! ,., --
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: Mario Lanza, Joan Fon- (Color) Mitch and the 6:50 Q Farm and Home CD Star Performance .J THEN THE PHONE t,1lfrf' R

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: 7:30:; O Movie-Drama decorate the bare studio Local News, Weather "For Heaven's Sake." ...c _

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ThF 7Nfiy STOP his SKP! C III

Solving Over kill ProblemWASHINGTON
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: The problem more powerful. But you have no clear weapon that the Russians would be wholly inadequate." \

of handling nuclear wea- cities whose growth has been!have. They in turn would "One more question Professor. : ;

pons will be one of the issuesof comparable to that of the have to enlarge their cities to Do you think we should } r I 1I
the coming campaign. bombs. Therefore, if
you ac c o m m odate our nuclear give nuclear weapons to our ,
is arguing on how many ped a large bomb on a major bombs." NATO allies?" I
megatons of bombs and missiles city, there would be a great
"But what would this accomplish "I certainly do. If Gr e e c e
can be delivered againstthe deal of waste in fall-out, heat, NOPa
?" and Turkey both had WOULPNT' ttczr TO Z 6UE55
nuclear rr
enemy in the next 10 )'ears. and power. In order to compensate WHY PO PICK SOM5CS5 ELS5 YC>J'R: F:6 HT WROn&
for this I am advocatingthe "It would solve the ma j o r weapons at their disposal, I / COME yoU! ALWAYS FozA CiIAti'61: AGAIN =
The public is being asked to
believe the : MEBEETLE ?/
problem of PICK
immediate building of problem of nuclear weapons, Cyprus IN U=22. ZMAV&
decide whether tactical nuclear would have been solved ,..... A "
which is overkilL If tar- weeks ;F
weapons should be placed in the targets. zd
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hands of generals in the field "You mean make the cities gets are large enough for your ago. <
bombs, you would eliminate the =
and whether we should give bigger?
.. problem of overkill. That is, Youth SavesDrowning _
nuclear stockpiles to our allies. "Exactly," Prof. Kilaton re you would kill exactly the number i '
We fortunate interview plied. "We must start an immediate '
were very to of people the bomb was designed Man -
Professor Max Kilaton, building program to en- r, f
to kill. As it stands now, .
who has been working on the large our cities so the radiusof 'most of the larger nuclear wea- FORT LAUDERDALE (AP)-! 0 1
problem of nuclear for our most powerful nuclear
weapons A whose
15-year-old boy
pons can destroy only one-twentieth baby I a Bl
some time. Prof. Kilaton told us weapons will fall within them." of their potential. This is brother drowned two months

he made an independent studyof "Would the Russians go along sheer waste and certainly worksa ago risked his life Sunday to I >t
the matter and came up with with this?" hardship on the economies of pull a retired Chrysler Corporation

some startling results. "They would have to. They the nuclear powers." vice president from a ca-, A BOX FELL ON THAT* JB6HT-X WAS J AMEA6WHILE- -7KEST'ER- ,WERE XXI/ N
"The most important thing I could not let our targets I "What about tactical nuclear ., NOW AD yUU IT WHILE I WA5 HERE WITH GARY WHOEVER BEAT UP FRANttE WITH FRANKJE WHEN
discovered," he said, "was that get weapons?" nol.Lyle Dodson of Fort Lauderdale """""'.J" As 'THE HURT X3UK HAK5 J TAXING INVENTCKOT WHEM IT HAPPENED PIPNT TAKE HIS MONEY.KENS HE WOtCKED 04E RUEL'T
while the Russian and American bigger than theirs. It would be / >: M';" GARY? LAST kGHT: : LIEUTENANT: JUST THE .38 HE WAS CARRY, 1NAT GOLF t3ali'6EGINS
; too much of a blow to their pres- "You have no problem there.A was bicycle riding with a''' YOU COT AMY IPEA5 WHO IT WAS?
T nuclear bombs are large tige." good tactical nuclear friend when he saw a car driven QUESTIONING .- "
.I:, I enough, the targets for most of by Irving O'Brien, 73, also of 6AKY AAOUTFKANKIE
them are too small. We must "How could we make our tar- weapon can destroy an average Fort Lauderdale I r PALAVER ,,r :
city with a bare minimum of veer into a HE NOTICES llx.f -- i ,
build bigger targets to fit our gets worthy of the nuclear wea- -w r
t overkill roadside canaL THAT v E ,-. 1 fN
perhaps 2.5 centMost
bombs. which have been
stockpiled .
pons 6AKY5 HAND r
"When I the
t Yn"We targets are suitable!: as saw man in trou- 16&ANPA6E7 v
I "I don't understand." they stand now for tactical nuclear ble, I just jumped in to help,"

I "Well, you see you hava small must build up urban centers weapons. But the big dan-; Lyle said. His 15 months old
k bombs now that are five or ten between our large indus- ger is that if you use tactical brother drowned in a backyardpool c. = A

times more powerful than the trial cities and more or less con- weapons you could escalate last June. I Q
i ones dropped on Hiroshima and nect them. The cities would I :;:,
I your war to the point where you O'Brien was treated at a hospital -'
Nagasaki, and you have larger:have to be large enough to takea would have to use your big and released. His submerged -

r' bombs and missiles 100 times hit of the most powerful nu- stuff and then your targets car was recovered. J



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Monday, August 31, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13_

JlIIIIHII'- HIIIIlHIIIIH 12 Malt Help Wanted 16 Work Wanted Female

INSURANCE SALESMAN. over 2). WANTED to work as maid general R AEMU

I WANT-AD RATES "Ir"IrI with car. Commissions& partial house :cleaner babysitter.
expenses included. Reply box 6"- Phone FR 1-"". :
A Gainesville Sun listing
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EXPERIENCED I legal desires -
I PH. 372-8441 name age. marital status. experience permanent position. trial ACROSS A W j

& qualifications, enclosinga & civil work' preferred. Replyto 1. Gen. Brad- 23. Ornamental -

THERE I ft* I recent snapshot.YOUNG MAN Box 571A Gainesville Suo. # ,. tal ball _

I'from 19 to 23 yrs. of age high 17 Work Wanted Male 5. Whfle 2(.Myself P A C E. E R G 14 A

i Classified Only IIII school graduate with average or Puppeteer 2 6. Toward L p

better grades for full time permanent ASSISTANT MANAGER needed for 27. Near .
11. Rue herb
position as salesman in our Pure Oil Station. 1606 NW 13th LB

DEADLINES I Men's department. Apply personnel St. Hours 3 P. M. to 12 P. M., .__,t.t#' 5 1% genus 29. Fast tense :
office Wilson's DepartmentStore. 6 days a week. Company operated ending p A R
12. Take
II station. Inc. Paid place !
II T.... thru Frl. papers-s pm. Day before publication vacation. If interested benefits.apply 1 '13. Dyeing 30. Ancient F I R i N
For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 e.m. Sat. MAN wanted for local wholesalemilk
For ads to go In Mon. p&per-1 p.m. Sa route. Must be married. P. M. to 5 P. M. Sept. 2. ,aeaw apparatus slave I N C. L R I G.R 0 fl

i bondable. previous experience. age
14. Pallid 32. Beret
(Minimum ad 4 lines) 21-35 and high school graduate 18 Schools & Institutions
i '
204 S. W. OtIs Alligator 34.Mrs.
preferred. Apply


ROUTE salesman for soft drink 17. Title of a J- 37. Imitate
Secretarial Courses
He line Classes now DOWN
__ 3 1 Insertions Insertion .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 22c lIne 25-38.company.Phone Must FR be 2-8511 bondable, to age 5 forming. Howell's Business College dress 38. Factory. 45. Proceed 1. Dan moneys

= 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line weekdays. 21S W. Univ. Ave. 18. In a quan39.11oor I. 46. Epochs
......... ..... ... ... 1 = 12 Insertions ................. ... .. ... f 47. Prevaricated
Total charge computed by multiplying! : total lines x rat earn !! TWO reliable milking machine operators HIGH SCHOOLat dary covering .count
know how to take
1 ed x number of Insertions. == care of lines. Apply at Carleton home free booklet. A mer Ican 19. Doily 41. Fastened 2. Sympnony. I
pipe .
I Dairy Farms, Hawthorne.Ph. School. P. O. Box 16M1, Jacksonville 20. Harmony naut. 48. Type .
i Five letter words per fine Fla 32216. opera
481-2308. -' "1? of action Brandies square
I IBM machines 024-026, limited enrollment 3. Pulsating
I YOUNG MAN wanted for office classes now forming. 22.PretendH.. Sun disk 49. Departed I
= Sunbeam
Same as 2 lines filing work. proof deliveries. Cur
8 Pt. ordinary type rent drivers license necessary. Howell's Business College 218 W. Disgraced I
Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507.
40-hour week. company paid
12 Pt Same as 3 lines i group Insurance and retirement. MEN & women 18 to 35 to train for i-rrr7rrTrrr Disrupt

! WORTHWHILE ordinary type paid vacations other benefits. CIVIL SERVICE Pouch
a S59 week. Contact Bill Ebersole Examinations. For informationsend :r--- / ii-- /1 13 of
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: : = 8. Genus
i Same 4 lines I Display Advertising Deportment name. address & Phone No. 'I /1

I 18 I rt.ordinary typeSame Gainesville Sun. Key Training Service. 112 W. iT- If I' lizards

E COST ENGINEER- Adams St.. Jacksonville. W 9. Edit

$400$600Mo.Must Real Estate Exam iT 10. Cave
I 24 Pt : as S line I 17 16 Breakfast

ordinarytype gII be well grounded in cost accounting COURSE ; i- cereal
ATTEND First lesson free. That
budgeting reports pre-
paration. and account analysis; HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLtoE: 18. Seminary

i interpret engineering drawingsand COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave 1? 24- ISit U 21. Born
FR 4-3507, 3723727. 56'J&lI I
J 36 B PI Same as 7 lines understand engineering con- 25. Sea bird
II cepts. Minimum of two years college -

! I ordinary type E required. Age not to exceed US CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! c64wk& 11" 0:3": 30 3/ 27. Moorish

35. Courses in Physics Men-women 18-52. Start high as drum I

;; end Intermediate Mathematics S102.00 a week. Preparatory train- 32 33 34 3S "
= The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one helpful. Good opportunity with ing until appointed. Thousands of 28. So. Amer.

, = Incorrecl Insertion. nor will it be llabl for any error In advertisement rapidly growing company. Mail lobs open. Experience usually un rabbit ;
1 to a greater extent than the cost of the space! occu- detailed resume and minimum necessary. FREE information on Add luxury to coffee table or 'T-- 38 -Y-4. 30. I
= = Rarely
= pied by the Item In the advertisement. No adJustment will salary requirements to Personnel fobs salaries requirements. Wrile buffet with this set of lacy, love- : I
effect the value of TODAY giving name, address and leaf doilies. 31.Searchfor
be made on errors that do not materially Wellman Lord Engineering Inc.. ly
phone. Lincoln Service Box 448- 41 4Z !
I S the advertisement. P. O. Box 2436. Lakeland.FIa.HOUSING food
M Gainesville Sun.
Pineapple trio they look so -
1 The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ieecting project labor for general elaborate yet they're so simple to 44: 44 33. Scuffle'

( any advertisement which it deems eblectional and to Cleaning. 40 hr. week 28 Livestock & Supplies crochet! Pattern 568: oval 6'/ x- 14T 35. Loyal

Il chance the classification of any advertisement from that or.JIIIIIIIWJIIIIIIJlI1IIImmmI. = YOUNG AMERICA HOMES lOVj; square 7; round t Inches In - f
3 6. Cud i
tiered tt conform to the policy of the paper. 1603 NE 30th Ave. 372 40* WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a No. 50. 47 4* I

WANTED anyone interested in dairyman to show us a better '.......,j....... Substance I
After dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Thirty-five cents in coins for this a-i 42.
---- --- singing in gospel quartet. Nwsfecferea Including
20 min..AP I
Par time
5:30 P.M. 372- 681.WANTED 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai- pattern add 15 cents for each '
READINGIN 8 Baby Sitters Child Car 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PDN pattern for Ist-class mailing and 3. Uncooked I

4 MENto per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- special handling. Send to Laura q I
KIDDIE. KORT CHILD CARE ATTRACTIVE & experienced waif- work with large Eastern electrical chua. Phone FR 21095 or 441- Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needle-

Day, wk. or mOo Old NewberryRd. ress to work lunch & dinner in concern in the Gainesville 2105. craft Dept. P. O. Box 161. Old !
a fine restaurant with excellent Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y. I
Planned programs. Pick up area. High commissions we furnish FOR SALE horses & ponies. Shet.
food i attractive PATTERN NUMBER
at Ltttlewood and Terwilliger atmosphere. Apply leads. Age 2340. Mat in appearance lands. also Poa Appaloosa stud Print plainly
schools. Call FR 2-6667. Primrose Inn Mr. or Mrs. car necessary. No experience etc Phone 372-3342.. NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE.
Winn. needed we train you. 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sol 34 Waterfront Property

TINY TOT WHITE Housekeeper wanted. LiveIn Call Mr. Haney. Mon. Wed. and 30 PETS & SUPPLIES NEW FOR 19651! 200 designs "

care for home for widowerand Fri. only at FR 20500 between more fashions to knit, crochet than Cedar Shoresfine CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
Fetter Corp. ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery Key Nearly home in quiet neigh-
PLAY SCHOOL: three children. school age. and 10 A.M Scott 8. PUREBRED and AKC Beagle pup- dolls' clothes. Send 2$ cts. ImmediateOccupancy borhood.new Has fenced rear yard.
We board James' Kennels from $2250
Phone FR 22161. CARPENTER t ROOFER. Phone pies. dogs
Visit us and see for yourself. for new Needlecraft Catalog. wall to wall 1 carpet, central air .
24 SE Ith St. FR -788a.. after P.M. ONLY 3720481. Rt. 1. Box 78, Keystone non-waterfront from $1510 conditioning three good size bed
12 Male Heights. Fla. Ph. 473-4958. VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT rooms, two baths. Extremely well
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care Help Local route work will pay $ .50 Quilt
PATTERNS m deluxe. new Marina LocationsINVEST cared for home and grounds. Sij-
RABBITS fryer size. also 1 pair
for Infants or children. Reason- salary plus commission for 1 day'strainIng Send
For beginners, experts. 983. Owner to sacrifice
Book. willing
New Zealand! Phone 481
able. References. Call FR 6-3897. DISH WASHER. good salary. Apply and prove to married res giants. facilities
Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 SW ident. 23 to 45 with car and 2594 Hawthorne Bait, St. Rd. 20 50 cents nowl : here some equity in this home to responsible -
RELIABLE child care in my CHOICE two, three and four bedroom Call for
E. Hawthorne. party. appointment
1st St. Behind Sears. phone, you can do it. like It. and
home. 2 blks. Stephen F o ster earnings above $95 Motel LocationsINVES I homes at convenient bce- to see. Hugh Edwards. '
School. Mrs. Ryals FR 62547. FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- make weekly.steady See Mr. Otis Brown. 2 SIAMESE kittens and stud serv- 32 Mobile Homes For Sale tions. Quality construction plus Inc. 376-7971. : I
By day. week er after school tail clothing and furnishings. Experience ice registered lilac blue and : accommodationsneeded bonus features such as: real I
at Fla. State Employ-
PM Wed.
necessary in retail sell ment Service. chocolate point; $25 up. Williston Lowest prICes.. easiest terms largest plaster walls, fully sodded lot, 3BR, 1 bath air conditioned cen I
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ing. Salary commensurate with 528.6<<8. display in central Florida. lifetime terrazzo floors GE central tral heat stove ad refrigerator.Drive \ .
WHITE MALE. married 20-23. yrs. AKC Reg. German Shepherd pup We trade for anything. Free delivery heat adaptable to A-C GE by 2503 Terrace
i ability and experience. SV4 day old to work grill. fix drinks DAVID ANDREWS- built.in oven and range a 11 I RNiS8h i
MAID 2 days a week own Irans- week, insurance benefits. Write pies, wormed and shots. Call up to 100 miles.FRAILER and then call __
work cash register, etc. No experience brick fronts, rustic gas lamps
FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE MART
portation. $6.25 per day. resume to box 461-A to arrange necessary. Starting salary 17th Avenue. REAL ESTATE sidewalks, swim club member KEPT
Call 372.7991 for personal interview.IF S40 per wk. Night work. Call Hwy. 17 Open 1 to < ship.
372.034 for appt. Sandwich Inn. poodle puppies. male, 6 wks. East Palatka Phone 320lOSSlCie CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 1305 NE th Terrace. 2 Bedroom
CURB GIRLS and inside help needed you have aspirations of owning reg. 1 chocolate, 1 black. S75. and screened porch. Large cor.
at A & W Root Beer Drive In. your own home. Cadillac boat Phone 3728695. $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! No cash down VA.Low ncr lot. Immediate occupancy.

Apply in person between 2 & & summer cabin; and are willIng 13-Help Male or Female Ya'll I 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe FHA down. $11,500. FHA terms. See Dick

1 PM.WAITRESS. to put out so yau can enJoy FREE kittens to good home. river. with Vi mile Rd. frontage. Also convenlional financing. Robinson.

THE these good things In life MAN from 45 to 55 yrs. of age Phone 376-9673. 12-wides at less than 3 mi. to High Springs. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor I
good hours. good pay. while you are still able to. or or man & wife team. Apply at See our custom-made M.H.M.A. Approved About 80 acres cleared tram Move in 11 W. Univ Ave. 376.U.1*
Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant. if you have reached the end of Cue Stick Billiards. Should knew MINIATURE Dachshund ACK Qual- 10-wide prices. financing house, shed and storage room
14 SW 1st St. Behind Sears. the promotional trail in your something about pool & get along ity pups with family type disposition Top Brands.See Dad 8 and yr. Brad Larsen spring. Ideal Club or Camp site. MOVE IN TOMORROW I

SECRETARY TYPIST for part present occuaption, or you desire well with the younger crowd. partially housebrok en. available.at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor TomorrowVlllAGf Unusual floor plan sets this three Ii
FR 6-8963.
$50. Phone
time work In the A.M. at local to enter a prestige i profession -I NOW HIRING on Rt. 100, 1 mile S.E. of Keystone _11._W Univ. Ave. Ph. 376-13S bedroom two bath home apart I:
Insurance office. Phone FR 2- with membership *n Chamber POINTER pup from outstanding Heights. Open evenings and from others Lifetime terrazzo
2357. of Commerce. Country Club. I Cooks, counter men & women for bloodlines. Phone 4812286. Hawthorne i ONE acre Includes; boat. motor floors, newly redecorated Builtin
civic groups and be on Import- cafeteria line t soda fountain. trailer, skis house. stove. refrigerator GREEN kitchen $600 down Includes
HOUSEWIVESKids ant community committees you Sales clerks for sundrie store. Sunday.CONNOLLY metal storage house, ridIng closing. S101. per month Includes
In school soon? Going to havesonta should contact the Protesslonal Day & evening shifts open. Apply 32 Mobile Homes For Sale lawnmower paved road, sand taxes and Insurance
spare time? Christmas Insurance Corp. in Room 205 College Inn 1728 W. Univ. Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 beach loading ramp raft 25 mm Hugh Edwards Inc.

coming up before you can hard- Baird Hdwe. Bldg. (:30 to 10:30 Ave. No phone calls. SALE, 1963 New Moon 10x60 3 bedroom mobile homes. Many' from Gainesville. Phone FR 6- NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. 376-1771 __ if
ly turn around. Need extra money 7 year financing.
A.M. or phone 374-8485 floor plans. M4.
BR. front kitchen. living room ,
for gifts for those new grand- Drive out today. 3 miles South
LOOKING and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- S. 441 Ph. JUST over one acre heavily wooded
need ladies for
children? We Professional Is an old line legal of Gainesville on
0355 after 5 p.m. Lake Ann. 20 miles from
SUN part time employment. 20 hrs. Reserve Company with home of- Train for U. S. Civil Service tests. 376-CS71 Gainesville. 60 front feet on clear SunVant Ads
hr. Your trailer I
per week SI 25 per 1959 45 X 10 GREATLAKES
and is
In Jacksonville
fices expanding
is barrier If you are See our ad under Instruction classification A-l condition. NORTHWEST lake. $3500 with $1500 down and
age no '
its operations through Lincoln Service. Es- SALES S50 per month, or S3.000 cash.
ever 30. The Professional l Insurance Call 481-2316. TRAILER ,
several states. Promotions and tablished 1948.14Sales I' FR 63211. Ext. 5548 Fred Bry.
Corp. office Is in Poem 205 2702 Waldo Road N.E.At I Get ResultsFREE
income unlimited, but we need
Baird Hdwe. Bldg. and hiring 37 x 8 Allstate trailer plus 9 x 18 376-0205 ant. INC.North
Palm Lane
to fill
men immediately vacancies .
will be In from completely furnished aluminum Lakefront ,
representative Furn. house ready
1.30 to 10:30 each morning or created by promotions and Help Wanted portable cabana. 51500 or best FEDERAL QUALITY for living. good water "'x1152'l Central Fl rida's Largest I
call 374-8485 for an appcintment. expansion. : offer. See E. A. Rice. OhKay HOMES INC. l lot dock. good fishing Lake Builder and Developer
Trailer Park. I Alto: canal I access to Lake San- Furnished model at 2907 NE 15th
LEGAL Secretary typing. shorthand 1. A highly salable product FIELDREPRESENTATIVE 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR St. ESTIMATES en
ta Fe. S10300. 4681758.
required. Experience pre- 2. A market USED TRAILER Large living 25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. 3767971ADVERTISE'

ferred. Call FR 2.8M5. 3. A generous commission & room rear kitchen, two bedrooms Three bedroom house t railer I Ocean front a/ St. Augustine FURNACES and Quality )

WANTED experienced waitress. overwrite upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa bath large cabana, complelely Beach, pier. 2 BR masonry I
in its AirConditioners
World's largest organization Central
4. Unlimited advancement opportunity travel trailer. 376-8361. furnished. Located In Gainesville I repainted inside and out.
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- better than -
field has a much average
City water and electricity plus
rant. 310 NW 13th St. sale opportunity open in 1952 model Schultz 8 x 4V trailer. I $800 Phone for appoint- SERVICE DIRECTORY
5 Integrity & backing unsurpass. ment, 622-7541, Ocala. artisan well. Completely furnish
WANTED saleslady. must have jewelry membership department. Experience 1 BR wall to wall carpeting ed. SI3.000 sacrifice price Includes -
WANT store experience 4 references. edWE unnecessary but helpful throughout except kitchen. Call I I x 29' Manor Mercury oUse trail- valuable adiacent lot
Steady position. good salary. NEED YOU will train. Openings in Gainesville after 5 P.M. 376-0790. ler S200. Call 495-2452 between Sand $2000 cash Balance on terms to FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. and Ocala area. Call Mar- 1958 Two bedroom 8 x 43 trailer. 7 p m. in Archer suit buyer. Phone 372-0733. i by TRJMJLBest
Draftsmen full time. Permanent position vm Kolb at AAA Motor Club Office Good condition.
WANTED waitresses I
experience Experience in civil engi for appointment. FR 2-0488.. 33 LOTS FOR SALE
all shifts. Larry's Restaurant FR 2-4179 or FR 6-9864. In equipment using Internally
1225 W. Univ. Ave. neering. Drafting required. Five LICENSED Real Estate salesman SERVICE CALLS $5 For top quality workmanship Insulated ducts. designed
day a week 2 weeks paid vacation SI00 a week drawing account. ji12ss' CHOICE business property Heating Air Conditioning call I engineered and Installed
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Group life and tosp: 'taliza- Large volume builder developing BUTTSMobile on US6 Hwy. 1 4 mi South of .V Refrigeration Service 3726142GAINESVILLE

up to $5 per hour demon- tion available. For appointmentcall 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. St. Augustine in motel area. Contractor byALL AMERICAN HEATING

strating famous Studio Girl FR 22591. Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gaines.yule S3300 by owner. FR 6-6250. Any make or model window & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. UPHOLSTERY
Grill man can earn MS a week. Sun.SALESMAN In veautiful Idylwild units and household appli
Phone 376-4336 after LOTS for sale 150 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
Experienced. Apply In person. 14 for career sales opportunity between Gainesville and the new ances. Also we clean heaters. Free
CURB WAITRESSES day and S. W. 1st St. behind Sears. experience not require golf and country club. Large restricted Phone FR 2-5002 Esfimates-Plck VP mo NE 13rd Blvd.
night shift, top wages. ApplyIn ed but desirable excellent opportunity lots. Certified public water delivery. 24 Hour Service
CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 I II I
Jerry's Restaurant limits. .
person '_ for man who can work HomesINC. system. Outside ctiy '
2310 S. W. 13th St. yrs. old needed for paper routein without constant supervision. Excellent SI750 to S2800Clyde -

ADS SECRETARY WANTED Must be the N.E. and N.W. Sections. earning potential. Send Seckmger Realtor
Wonderful experience for your I developer
Gainesville 8
resume to box 5M-A c-o Owner
In shorthand and
proficient typ' son, daily contact with the public Sun. Ph. FR 6-5038
ing. Salary commensurate with prepares him for a leading role NEW RE
experience and ability. Scruggs 'I In his future. For more information Sales clerks 4 to f P.M. six f, 10 8. 12' WIDES ACRE lots for sale.
& CarmIchael 3 SE 1st Avenue. call Gainesville Sun Circula- nights a week. Office cashier age also Phone 372-4416

Ph. 3745242.INSURANCE tion Dept. 372-8441. I 30 to 45 Must type. Bookkeeping CAMPERSWe
knowledge helpful. good with LOTwith 3 trailer spaces and 2
need 25 trade ins this
secretary bookkeeper FULL TIME meat cutter. honest. figures. 40 hr. week. W. T. trailers. Large awnings. 3 large
with shorthand. 0. ex I reliable & in Call us for the best deals.
typing Apply of
dependably. : II Grant Co. 1108 N. Main St patios. 3 septic tanks lots
perience. Reply box 569-A 00 person. East Side Market. 1424 3768361NW shade. good rental income. Just
Gainesville Sun listing name Hawthorne Rd. limits. For sale. FR
Announcements 'age, martial status. experience S. 13th St. at 6th St. On street outside city DHAVE
WANTED beef boners I No salesman calls 6-8883.
qualifications enclosing a recent experienced I parking all around our corner.
snapshot. and meatcutters. Call for appoint- THEY INSURETO Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. eachweek 6 i lots 50 x 135' each. NE 18th
ment 3725351. Ter & 2nd Ave. Priced to seller
0 Too Lot. To Classify GENERAL OFFICE WORK. 25-40. AGE 90! day. will trade for income proper-

Must be neat. HS grid experienced WANTED young man for apprentice ,,. J. R. Crane owner 372.3632.
ii OLDS Hoi. PS. PB auto SV4 day week. Fringe ben- garment cutter Excellent i "Age alone does not make "WYATTTrailer
trans. radio & heater $275. Also efits. Apply 1012 S. Main St. opportunity. Must have completed I 100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful corner II III
military obligations. Must be 5'. you un-insurable says lot in residential Araquay Park.
Ethan Allen early Am. turn king I I THIS WEEKSI IS ON
size books!** head board ISO; DEPENDABLE woman to care for 10." Apply in person Fla Athletic Joe F. Williams. President St. Augustine. $1200 by owner. SPOTLIGHT

dining table. S40; 2 tamtam's 2 children housekeeping.. Refer Co., 302 NW 6th St. No tel,- Bankers Health & Life InSurance SalesHome Phone FR 6-6250.. I
ences. 2 to 6 P.M. some eve- hone calls.WANTED .
chairs 125 Electronic Hash gun nings. Phone FR 23743. Company. of Acre lots NW. $300000 res home
30. Ph. 374-M70. one second cook and one I sites. $.W. 7" acres Ranchettes
-- --- -- ---- WANTED: Clerk typist H-rh; School "Folks 40 to 90 like our I Pacemaker Mobile Homes MiET
dishwasher. Apply to Hotel Thom- I Shasta and Airstream near Palnes Prairie UNIVERSITY INN

3 LOST FOUND entious.graduate.Neat Alert. y/i Pleasant.day. Consci 40 hr. as In person 615 N.E. 2nd St. new $1000 BLUE RIBBON l Travel Trailers MARY MOELLER, REALTOR I
It makes sure their Ocala's First Mobile Home 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471
wk. Phone Mrs. Stewart FR 2- REP FOR TEXAS. policy. Dealer Since 1948 I Start a wonderful evening with a cocktail in the
Ave. loved one lots, goodN.W.
LOST n NE Otis section a 5301. -- -- grieving Blvd. Beautiful high fc rolling
192J Silver Springs
green pet. Reward.& yellow Phone parakeet 23131.Child f3 i MEDICINE STENO II OIL CO. WORTH j have no worries about"how I Phone 29-1358 Fla. Coll.. location.Fordyce 376-1236. University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to
NE 7th PI OPENING. above average skill UP TO $14,000 ; to pay final expenses. 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town
in transcribing medical records calls No For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn. t
S No on you.
LOST black clipped sheep agent
dog 34 Waterfront Property
from dictaphone. High enclosed cabana. Ex- .
rapidly trailer S
old and deaf tag. no. 2574 Last Need man over 40 for Gainesville medical exam necessory.: In the Steak Room' or serve yourself the convenient
school graduation & verifiable Take short auto i cel'ent: condition. FR 2-9886 4-8 ..
area. trips.
seen Tue in NW section In S I
P. M. REWARDI Phone FR *- experience required. Must re-- Contract heavy equipment and S Free details mailed to you I A.M. and 6-12 P.M.SPECIAL. OvER 30 acres pecan of trees.lake front Also, 5 manybearing furnished smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal return to
4915. locate. Submit resume. fleet owners. Write C. A. Dicker- : in plain envelope. I II houses with dock and deep
Welfare Board. Tampa II the for cocktails and dancing to the music of
FOUND brown hound with collar Fla. son SW Petroleum 534 N. Main. I Tear out this ad right 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. well pump. Many extras. On
but no name had litter of puppies Ft. Worth. Texas. SI 500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis
Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker' Orchestra
Thursday. Owner please call WANTED clerk cashier, experience now! Send your name, Prairie. For appointment call Jewelry Co.WINFRED. ( Bobby -

FR 2S17S._ helpful. Phone 376-6035. year of birth to: FR 6-3052. H. CRAWFORD ; :_;ci R 'til 2 A.M.

Lost one each rod and reel. S10 MATURE woman for Doctors office ATTENTIONWOMEN BANKERS. Dept. C256. Reg. Broker, specallzlng in

reward Oil FR >M77 : bookkeeping typing recep 317 W. Rosedale, Fort ADVERTISE IN THE LAKE PROPERTIESACRE-
h e I
tionist. Past experience p-
ful. Include full details In letter Worth Texas. j SERVICE DIRECTORY AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
I :
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Reply to box S70-A. care of -- I GR 5-2981. I
Gainesville Sun.
LEARN IO DRIVE bpeCldl .* Without any experience you can I
tention to nervous or elderly. STEADY WORK for a good earn money for your Christmas DINING CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
Easy Way Driving School. FR worker. 1 day a week perhaps shopping by selling Avon Cosmetics COCKTAILS
27002. Lie bv State ct Fia. more. Cleaning ironing. some
and toiletries. Our Saleswomen *
child care. References required. I MOBILE HOME SALE GENERAL GAINES
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON Mr. 0. Mrs. Allen Hayes. earn fine weekly Incomes I STEAK ROOM Complete LONG'S dinner CAFETERIA noon and night UNIVERSITY INN
Beauty on a BudgetAll tn NW 34th Ter. Ph. 3733035. plus Savings Bonds.
work guaranteed Earn your Holiday expense Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice ft cents. Wide variety of meats Charcoal Steak Room Smergev

Perm. U up Sham-set $1.SO up SALESLADIES WANTED to sell money with Avon. Write AVON. steak prepared to your taste salads and desserts to choose board. Cocktail Hour S to 7. 7
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372.7726ODP" ladles wearing apparell. children P. O. Box 48. Gainesville. Fla. USED on our open hearth. Holiday Inn from. Open 7 days a week. Come drinks for the price of 1. Dancing -
nights byappt. 's wear .. ladies' & Chil. call FR 2-0421. USED :IMP S.W. 13th St. FR M2M. see us Palmer & Sue Long. 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin'SCombo
dren's shoes. Apply in personto or i Remember We have complete .
WILL clean your garage or at: for only > Richard Parkers orches
Mrs. Kates at Ruddys. THE ORLEANS dinner noon and night
------ tra. 101 S.W. IJth St. FR e-2442.
tic for discarded furn. or what- 43x8 f 7 cents.
_have-you Phone FR ?.mi. $495.00 (Formerly Fred's Locker Room)
Businessmen Lunch .IS

BARTENDERMale TO 2 BEDROOM Dinner Servied i 12 P.M.

DRIVING 10 California within 2 4561 NW 13th St.
weeks. Need 2 riders. See Louis I CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun PALM LANES

at J. M. Fields Auto Center $1795.00 for not only young men We'll be dosed August lOON thru
I $1595.00 ITALY IN
I or Female ? BUT young women. too. the 17th for reservlclng and reconditioning -
i \ Dine by candlelight In the delightful Bring your date of our alleys. we'U
E SPECIAL NOTICES the lit*. J'C4 Waldo
sober j atmosphere of Italy Open 10 A.M. 'til 12 P.M. see you
Experienced pleasant. WHY PAY RENT? .
[ MANARO'S RESTAURANT sos N. Main Street Road 3144634.ADVERTISE
[HANK YOU for making the
specializes In .
1964 PARADE OF HOMES I 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. or 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. HOMES and other delicious Lasagne.Italian Pizza Food. IN THE
the success QUALITY 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. I
Junior Woman's Club HOIT'e"uil 377.490 Closed Mondays. SERVICE DIRECTORY SERVICE DIRECTORY
r. A"'04:. Of' Ganesvilt, Contact Mr. PozinUNIVERSITY

I 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE.

for children reasonable In her South on U.S. 441 Gainesville i I CALL 372-8441. I

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Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best Bargains I I


$3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that .

DAYS Hf LINES bring quicker action.

L. DIAL 372-8441 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad. I 'I

-- 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale -

BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SiS NEW 2 bedroom frame house. Lust FOR ONLY $450 oown and FHA I. I
By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home completed, nice wooded lot. 5 approval you can have immediate SAVEINVEST REAL NICE 2 BR. or can be used OCALA block, 3 BR, 2 bath Irg. WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR.
built in this area by miles out Archer Rd. FR 26570. possession and ownership of as 3 BR house In excellent loca- open-beam ceiling paneled din- tHe bath. living, dining, kitchen.
ALACHUA HOMES. INC. the best value house for sale in that Rent in a home. Near tion. Nice corner shaded lot ing & family room with fire Florida rooms chain link fence
THE TIME IS NOW Phone 376-0630 FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air University and schools LOW with FHA garage. Total price $11.500. place. Irg. fenced-in back yard 2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR a4179 -
Model Home Opening every Sun. Palm Springs model. One of conditioning. Paneled family room DOWNPAYMENT. 3 bedro o m financing. available. Phone built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 468- .
home owner 372.7.01.BY
joining living-dining area for extra on corner lot with pay 1683.
from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning the best looking homes we've ever
August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL built. Four bedrooms, 2 full spaciousness. Electric range ments appointment.less than rent. Call us for 2 BR CCB carport screened pOrch. CLEAN AS A WHISTLE
Compare cost with all other 3 baths beautiful brick facade. and dishwasher. Back yard com Beautifully kept must be seen. H
OWNER near school air conditioner
bedroom 2 bath fully air cond. excellent kitchen arrangement. pletely enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. 410 NE 13th Ave. 3 stove. you are looking for a 2 bedroom.
Do You Have A Room Apartment homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY $16,900. No money down. VA 2213 Call NE 376-4U7 7th Ter.for appt. to see at BUILDING? BR.separate 2 baths dining large room living, complete room hardwood floors.washing FHA approved machine 1 bath home with screened porchon I
a large lot. Immediate
TIME. FHA only $800 down. Price Includes 376- -
CHOICE One acre lots. beautifully laundry in separate room, large <<63 days after 6 P.M. 376-
RESIDENCE for sale by owner. es- fully sodded front lawn. 2 BR home on corner lot. I lowdown wooded outside City limits terms swimming pool central heat & 5823- occupancy. $11,500. See atUOS
Or House to Rent? tablished city neighborhood.Maintenance gas lamp swim club member- payment $60 per mo. Located available. conditioned. NE 6th Terrace then phone
: : at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call ? rlyu.r. Will Lot 175 x HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths. Dick Robinson Associate. Ralph
free. ROCK consider
exterior ship.VILLAGE trading for In- Fla. rm., wall to wall carpet livIng
Realtor, at 376-1359 daycr
well landscaped yard with open GREENBy Tommy Ridgell 3724125.BY ALACHUA REALTYAssociates come property., J. R. crane, owner room air condition. Phone night I
11 West University
south porch." 3 BR. & glassed HUGH EDWARDS INC. OWNER NEAR WEST. 372 3632. 3725347 or 3722080. Avenue
sleeping porch. See at 438 NE 2909 N. E. 15th St. WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath
: REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 9th Ave. Phone Jacksonville FL 376-7971 Ig LR family room built In 435 N. E. 1st St. 376-2441 I
9-6465 after 6 P.M. kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI- Arie T. Smith Realtor
4235 NW 10th St.
THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB Desirable 3 BR 2 bath home. TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and Mabel Gore Associate
: YOU MORE than the that will rent
traverse rods $750 down pay large Fla room & patio. Lot assume mtg. Call 3762927.
$83 40C4 N.W. 21st Drive 2 bedroom house bath, kitchen
per mo.
100x176', lots of trees. ,
38R 1 bath cen. heat built-in
city water on paved street located
off 39th Ave. II
: it Beautiful lots NW section oven and range paved street in Hampton Fla. Low OPEN
FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom fenced yard. $1,800 down $75 mo. down payment no qualifying ne- HOUSE
CCB down payment.2414 SE.Call 12th 376-6644 Ter. Low or Commercial property & acreage.E. 1520 SE 23rd Lane. 376-0880. cessary. Refer to Acct. No. 9032.
Call collect Mr. Phil Black 359-
: Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU 3721933. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. $600 No qualifying $85 per 2804 Jax.
BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath extra 638 N. Main St. month 3 BR, 2 bath, built-in
Ig. shady yard. Westmorland 4018 FR 6-2032 Broker FR6544 stove cen. heat, nice yard.
: EVERY DAY until it is rented: N.W. 13th Ave. Available on Drive by 4203 NW 21st Ter. Call OFFERED BY BUILDER Continues This Week!
short notice. FR 6-7993 for appt. BLACK ACRESPRICED p.m. 3725651. .

TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 3 BR 1 bath, CCB. carport, util. 3 Bedroom T/i bath home.
: IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: FRED bedrooms. 2 baths hardwood rm., patio. Payments $69.75 per Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th
floors central heat air-cond. mo. Balance $8.268. 3 miles from Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2
units electric range and drapes. Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone 376-
: $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Lot 110'x 120 with shade trees. 9615. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
ARNOLD 3125 W. Univ. AV. FR 6-6427. Court. T. D. Zetrouer. Phone

: $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day LOOK AIR CONDITIONED 2 EXECUTIVE FR 4-3843. Don't Forget to Register for !
3 BR, 2 baths central heat out ,

: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day REALTORFAMILY of power city located limits at deep 3616 well NW REA 34th HOMES

-: $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day HOME Call St.372-2372 or 3168190. O 4-BEDROOM-2-BATH Enclosed Swimming Pool 3 &SHADOWLAWN 4 Bedroom Models In FREE $S100 1,

Comfortable, livable home with 0) Family Room

: $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day three good sized bedrooms and I e Built-in Kitchen ESTATESF.
two baths and Florida with
fireplace. The kitchen has ample WaU-to-Wall Carpet OFFERING
I. : $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day space for eating, and includes Dressing Room Individual Styles For You Back to SchoolWARDROBE
built in range oven disposaland Central Heat Air Cond.
dishwasher. Hardwood floors. Well planned living areas
: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day central heat and air conditioning Both Homes located in beautiful !- 4) Quality material & workmanship -
I large 2 car garage. Attractively high dry wooded area with

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day landscaped lot with privacy. $25- ELEGANT AND IMPRESSIVE. paved streets. city water and A community you would be
300. Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home proud to live In
i with wall to wall carpet and an sewer.FRED Drive West on NW. 39th
$85 mo. . $2.83 day MASON,
I : per per PRESTIGE AREA old brick fireplace in LI v I n g Ave. past the Glen Spring in
Beautiful lot on N.W. 23rd Street. room. Nice Florida room built-in BUILDERFR tersection. See on left.

: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Two bedroom two baths, study. kitchen,,central heat and air conditioning 2-8340 FR 2-3112 FR 20866.McCOY'S sign
Tremendous living dining area screen porch with a For Your Children
huge fireplace. Fall out shelter lovely fenced In back yard with From
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day two car garage. dark room and pool and shuffle board court.
boat port. Call us for an ap-

'Y $100 . $3.33 day pointment. GOOD BUY owner has left BELKLINDSEYGainesville
mo. .
: per per town and must sell 4 bedroom.
; .
NEAT 2 bath home. Living room fam
Three bedroom. 1'A bath homeIn ily room and screen porch. Cen-
excellent condition. Pleasant tral heat and air conditioning.Priced MACOMA HOMES INC. Shopping Center
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Florida room charming terrace. to selL ,
built In outdoor grill. Range refrigerator ,
Nothing to
air conditioner included. NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. buy-just register at Kirkpatrick & Pierson's
Owner will consider any reasonable Lovely brick home on model! home 1322 N.E. 31st Ave.
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS offer. large wooded lot. Three bedrooms adjoining city limits. any day this week from
2 baths large living room with 10 am. to 5 p.m. Drawing Sunday, September 6. You must
FHA fireplace separate dining room The Charming the Livable be 18 of to
years age register.
$15,000 to qualified FHA Buyer. Florida. room, plus a detached RANCHO GRANDE TIKI

Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms study.J. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 3 bedroom. 2 both, large Second
1V4 baths, Florida room with fire- Third Prizes
-- ---- place. Kitchen completely equip study, family room living screened porch beautifulroom

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol. ped. Gleaming hardwood floors. bedroom J. J. Finley.home Large walking living distanceto room dining room oak family room, oak parquet G. E. TRANSISTOR
... separate dining room and fencedIn parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included.
'0 LARGE rustic house, 200 ft. of white 3 BR, 2 bath Muay. attractive yard. eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.
4 sand beach on Lake Swan atC 100x 139' corner lot at 2225 ARNOLDREALTY
Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
Melrose. Phone 475-5811. NE tth St. $450 dn., $79 per mo. JOYOUS LIVING Relax and
MEW ;3 Bedroom CCB tile batn. FHA or pay more dn. & takeover COMPANY enioy life and your family in this 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
4'A per cent VA Mtg. at 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Large
carport end utility room. $9.000. Multiple Listing Member
/ $250 down. $65 month." Phone FR $64 50 per mo. Shown by appt. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372.3522 living room wall to wall carpet "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
only. Ph. 372-3707. and brick fireplace. Separate din-
2.3355 days. Associates: Jane Caldwell built-in us give you an estimate on contracting your new
f Ing room Florida room
UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. A STEALBY Jim. W.Sheppard Hodge Walter Bob Stoddard KalkmanF. kitchen, plus a lovely screened custom home. Don't Fail To See The Milton

.: Complete with large paneled den. OWNERMUST Jimmy GreenMCKINNEY patio on a large beautiful wood Call Gerold or V. Q. McCoy Day. FR 6-7290 ,
: Only $17,500. Located at 3707 NW ed lot.
23rd Ave. For further details call sacrifice, 3 bedroom. 2 Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
FR 60630. Ask for Frank Thomas. bath large Fla. room. large liv- BEAUTIFUL Heavily woodedlot Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. 4-bedroom centrally air-conditioned
fronting approximately 148 ft.
ing room dining room, built-in GREEN
on SW 15th Street, with a depthof
kitchen convenient to
SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom 2 bathhouse shopping Restricted residential -
about 195 ft.
near Sidney Lanier: and to center appreciate and the schools.value.Must No qual-see DEATONREALTORS lot of around 3rds of an !!!!4 IIJIIIIIIIIIUI/IIIIIWlIIIJIIJIIIIJIIUJIUlDnllmIIlIlllIIlll!!) / lIlUIIIIIIIIIII DDIDllIIIIIIII1mIIIllRlIIllIIIIIIlJltlnllfllllllllll2i home for less than $95
High School on city bus line. ifying. Low down payment. OrIginal acre close in and with plenty of per mo.
0.000.. Can be zoned R 2. Phone shade trees. Just 3000.00 cashor
FR 65472.JWK. price $21,600, price now Our oil Sectionsof
listings cover easy terms.
S1S.S457S. $500 down. Locatedin i I
Gainesville. We are offer- !
nice NW section at 1321 NW

21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. homes ing several priced two from bedroom$6,600to M.M.PARRISH. HOW TO GET THERE:

372-8404 Tropicana by Hugh Edwards, = Drive North Main
Inc. has been widely acclaimed financing. c on turn right at N.E. 23rd Blvd.
ECONOMICAL living in 1.300 square Gainesville's most beautiful homein 3 BEDROOMS II BEFORE YOU BUY
feet. plus carport and storage. Its price range. You may now FROM $11.500-$30.000 and continue to N.E. 12th St. Turn left and follow
Only sa,900.00 with low down payment own this marvelous home com & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. .
I possible. Two bedrooms. pletely equipped with central air 3405 NW N.W.10th SECTION Ave-FHA, schools Carolyn. Wayne Gardenhire Hill Helen Mary Graham Parrish I SAVE'I' IS directional signs to model home at 1322 N.E. 31st
conditioning dishwasher
huge Florida room kitchen disposal !
built-in 211 NW 36th Dr Schools & Shops 19 NE First Street Tel. 3725375 Ave.
equipment Included in price. oven and range and 1339 NW 21st Ave-Near GHS
f, OUTSTANDING four bedroom houseIn patio gas bar b-q grill for only
.beautiful residential area. Central $22,300. Ask to see this luxurious S.W. Secction ADMIRE for occupancy soon:!

heat and air conditioning; home at your convenience. 271S SW 1st Ave-Golf View
many nice features and luxury I HUGH EDWARDS. INC. THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN UIIIIiII1I1IIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIInmmrm! 3310 N.W. 30th PI. I

appointments. Brick construc 376-7971 N.E. SECTION WIMBERLY ESTATES bath $600 dn. $87 KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONBuilders
The Is
following rBRmonth
lion.DELIGHTFUL. 1242 NE 6th Ave-Low :D: Payment = ready for II!
three bedroom home I REDFRANKSREALESTATE (05 NE 10th Ave-FHA, Nice = occupancy. Ii
In NE convenient to school. Well 804 NE 8th Ave Good Financing Lloyd Myrick. Bldr. 4120&4121 and Developers

landscaped corner lot with back 1114 NE 5th St. $11,500 FHA Offering more qualit 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr.

yard fenced for children. Large LOW DOWN PAYMENT In LIBBY f. less moneyW 4 BR. 2'/ baths $1,990 dn., 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn., Ml Sales Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Tcrr.-Ph. 372.3471
comfortable house with a family HEIGHTS 3 BR 2 bath large 4 BEDROOMS month.
$165 per mo. per
room for only $14,00000. Florida room dining room-kit- 820 NW 20th Sf-FHA, Near U.F. 34th Ter. elf N.W. 39th ; IDIIIIJIIII1IIJDmlllllJlhlUhlnllnlUlnllllllllIll
LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- chen combination. Central heat.
wood S/D. Littlewood Westwood Immaculate like new. Call 376- i 6 BEDROOMS Avt. Open Sundays at 2:00 or 4119 & 4127 I - --
OS17 or 3762927.FOR appt. 372.SW or 14584. N.W. 19th Dr.
section at reasonable prices. All 4617 NW 33rd Ct-King size by ;= a
Improvements paid. MANY OTHERS 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn., $74
PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. A BETTER let us BUY show we you recommend this- CALL US FOR INFORMATIONLAKE Norwood 0 per month. 3
Spacious three bedroom two bath large 3 BR 2 bath nearly new PROPERTIES LOTS | .HOUSE HUNTING!
house with panelled family room home which can be purchased be- ACREAGE SUBURBANHEIGHTS IIBIIIIII/IDWWllllllllllllllulJll llllllllll I
built In kitchen central heat. low replacement cost. Entrance Bring us your Problems I ARE
two car enclosed garage. Vacant foyer large LR separate DR, Members Multiple ListingASSOCIATES I Hope ALL OUR HOMES -
now. Owner will consider panelled Fla. room with old brick = OPEN FOR YOU TO EN.
your offer or will rent month fireplace. big family kitchen with Gainesville's Newest JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF I
to month at $175.00. built-in stove & oven dishwasher. J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCoL Prestige Address J "H" I Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
& conditioningBig
Central heat air
J. W. double Nicely landscaped J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Built for Those Who Desire 5 E
: yard.garage.IMMEDIATE OCCU- TELEPHONE 3723617 Only the Best.N. 1 We Trade Homes !
PANCY. Easy to own. Call 376- COLONIALS $15,825The
: 0811 or 376-2927. Built by Four of Gainesville's | or Property FR 6-5301 or FR -798f i
New Brick Homes Leading Builders
II N. Main ASSOCIATES Phone FR 21404 CAROL ESTATES 3 good -sized FRED MASONA. lmlUJ/IIIJIIIII1l1111D1111111nUIIIIIIIHIIIIllllDllllnIllY/ !_! llll1llll RR brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
bedrooms. 2 baths nice LR.DR by W. FLETCHER
Flov. Mathiasen Irene Bunnell comb. patio. nice yard. Oak MACOMA HOMESW. Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen central
Capt. A. W. Recce. USN. Ret. Builder Gainesville's newest and mostI1$1 ,
Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin parquet mo. floors.incl. taxes$450 &Down Ins. if S8657per you 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen P. RIDGWAY luxurious apartment building .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
qualify for FHA. or mAke an offer
LAKE on equity & assume" large1'H equipment cen. heat. VA no LAKESHORE city services.
per cent mortgage. Call 376- down payment. FHA from $700
0817 or 376-2927. down-no closing costs. STEVEN FOSTER
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor Capitol Builders. Inc.

: CONTEMPORARY HOME with 4 Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateW. NW. 37th Place A 4th Street MODELS AT $14,500.
E. "BUI" Harris Associate at N.W. 37th Place & I
bedrooms. 2"/t baths fireplace. OPEN HOUSE DAILY 6th St. New brick homes under NOW !LEASING
central heat, air .
.. 12 x 45 foot screen conditioning porch over and i 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 Call 3724361 ., 3767788TOP construction. Pick your own THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
looking the lake. CALL US NOW Member Multiple Listing colors etc. VA & FHA Terms.


HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom M EXECUTIVE >& : Capitol Builders. Inc.
home with 2 sleeping porches located THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA
at 214 N.E. S Avenue. ONLY LIKE RENT PROFESSIONAL CLASS 4 N.W. 37th Place & *th Street ,
$16,000 with $12,000 DOWNI! 3 br NW. kit e school & shopping, ex terms. liD BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE MODELS $13,000.
: LOVELY 3 bedroom IV* bath split N.W. ,th Ave. !

.. the level N.W.masonry section home lust Inside located the in NEAR SHOPPING Jamaica-style pace setter FHA and VA Walk to elementary

city limits. ONLY $15.250 with 3 br. 2 bath. modern kit. cent. ht living room i
: $700 DOWNI & air beautiful court yd car port Forty foot Florida room and Junior high
like new. Paneled library with fireplace New Homesin From $400 down
bedroom, 2 bath' masonry home. YOUR HORSE WILL ENJOY S Luxurious master suite with Better living and
spacious kitchen and large screen THIS ACREAGE
porch. ONLY $17.500 with $700 2 br. country home, apr 4 acres room walk-In; built-in closets-dressing From $79 per month resale value.
vacant Archer rd. vanity wall
I and shoe closet

Let us show you this charming SUBURBANsocr Fabulous kitchen, breakfast. WESTVILLANW Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath 3 2 bath family rm apr 1 utility room and workshop I LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
home with central heat and air so. ft living space dbl car area left and follow to Fernwood Manor.
conditioning large step down port. S acres W of town a' most Twenty-six foot closet wall Swimming Pool Recreation Room signs
Florida room, and screened In suitable &> beautiful family home. Guest suite with sunken tub 16th Ave., Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat

patio. INVESTMENT Two landscaped patios 1 Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

Large student home est Income acre lot In most select at 37th St. Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

: John Merrill apt for owner 1 bl from U.F. neighborhood Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
Immediate occupancy & Income. Scads of sky light so house
is csheerful even in gloomy 3 Elevators
Realtor NW. 13: St. Area weather

MULTIPLE LISTING Large business lot Investment livable It house rental.near This house is ideal for WALTER STUBBSInc. PHONE 3764456FOR PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
PHONE FR 2.1'94 lavish or casual entertaining
.. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA 0 Never have you seen so
PARDI Moeller much cabinet and drawer PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
Mary Daily 2.9545 Night 6.9048BUTLER
.. W. H. BUCKHANNANBY space under one roof. (24 Hour Service)
Three-car garage. Total Phone 376.5394 SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
BR, bath
OWNER large 4 2 RealtorMultiple square footage 6,000 under
home. cent. heat & air cond. Inside roof 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441

must be seen to be appre- Listing Happy to show by appOintmentonly. BROTHERS BUILDERS
elated. Financing available Immediate 101* W. University FR 6-4471 "We trade houses"
possession. t 29 NE 10th Associates I Butler Bros. BUILDERS
PI. Call 2-M01 days or -274a Moeller Foster Kesler'j 372-1987 I
evenings. Sharon Grant I I

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Monday August 31 1964 GoinMville Sun 15 I
.. ..."" ._.........._ 40 Business Properties 47 Houses for Rent Fur*. 56 Business Opportunities <66< Misc.! For SaTo .

CLASSIFICATION INDEX i 1i!I 48.CUO square led business or manufacturing -f FEMALE roommate wonted 10, ALACHUA Hardware Co. for sale. TWO pc. Simmons LR SUit. reup- Automotive I 15 Automobiles for Sale 15 Automobiles for SaT

lot. Highway and railroad share new air conditioned house Phone 462-1201 or 462-1259. holstered. $49; baby bed. ItO; bas : '60 BONNEVILLE. loaded. excellent I
/ BLUE '
I i frontage. J. W. KirkpatriCk near campus. Prefer teacher or sinette $3; 12 pc. wood DR suite. 83 condition. J1450. 53 CADILLAC CcnvT
Motorcycles &
Agency. 31 N. Mom, FR 2- 404. graduate student. 376-2129. DISTRIBUTORS WANTED: A revolutionary Scootort .
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHAND new liquid cleaner $55; baby cradle. $12.53; vanity. Phone 376-8687. !9. CoIl FR 6-7106. =
SANTA FE LAKE. turn. 5 two- & stool. $14; dresser. $10; refrigerator 196i1 CUSHMAN .
Non Toxic Non CausticNon Husky Highland- Jts9
1 Is Me 'rIaI i 41 Residential Income BR with freezer S45 CLEAN '57 FORD Chevrolet Impala Conv.Ail i
Cil :; Tk&nka .1 Wanted $. BivS fisrxlern. clean eouple. Volt lie Non Flammable. Approved cross top ; er. engine & body In excellent wagoi.: $300. 703 Power big engine. Five :
CR 5-5373. W. Univ. Ave.Phone new
playpen. 3-4 rollaway bed. $1750; condition
by U. S. Air Force ; 5160. Phone FR 4-M24.
.t tires, '
MadlltDer r..l.e
L.d oil F..4 oil 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adjoining Westinghouse electric range. $22.- new battery. $395. 421 NW3rd
rer.nIIzed aenten IS Building M&terlaliI E rental presently being used for clean.ing 1963 YAMAHA Y-D 3 3723054. Ave. Phone 21120. I
property. 200 ft. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. military aircraft. First time 50; desk & other miscellaneous; : 250CC motor. _
rranl Inl.rmtI.a S4 B..h.ld G.... frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd cycle. Four speed. 75 MPG 1 '61 CADILLAC Sedan
OeVille. '
sll PAUlINE'S. white MODEL 'A
furniture. We
offered for sale to industrial and buy trvck e* 'Is. *3iCa" !:
S Spedal ? .Uses ADU.n Ave. Will MPH. Crash bars and III
sell other
together end air. Low
or sep power mileage Mrs.
3-br. M.
commercial be FR 6-0858 R.
I bath family rm. N.E. markets can 1425 E. Univ. extras. McCih/ray FR 4- j
vI.ttt. 14 Mlle. Fer $&t. rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2. & spacious. kit eq. $125.00) used for cleaning all metal Free Excellent mechanic a I perfect condition new tires. Orloln 3390. i
Ittt,. 11 Trading Poets 7S2. delivery. condition. Call FR 23721 after 5 |
Baby $ CkU Cats 3 br, 2 bath modem kit. sep dr synthetics or natural fiber- P.M.a4 owner. $2995. Call FR 2-4678. 1959 :
Pisces r. G. And U Articles Wasted Karmann-Ghia. Hard top.' ex.
Things r. 1.. as 1'.1 OU oil ".... 42 Forms & Acreage rm$13000 near shopping. Highlands hot or cold detreasing or d- REPOSSESSEDStyle Like 37 CHEVROLET Belair V4.ldr.. eellent condition. H. H. Everett i
direc Mate Singer excellent condition
waxing-and If new
used as tires air Hydrocarbons Plant Phone485. l
Bsat Marine Eu1p. 2 br. 1 bath. Rural area $70.00 ed. for general light. or heavy new. nothing to buy to Zig Zag AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR and power steering. S35. CHI FR MSI. Brooker. Fla. ;
AUTOMOTIVI ;: Cap-Hunt.FIzb COUNTRY ESTATE MARY MOELLER REALTOR cleaning-Potential Unl I m I ted. applique monogram. fancy stitches 2-4671.
,. Alrpl. a.lu.Ee.tala OffIts Equ1psat 45 acre trac' 4 br. 3 bath ranch 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Inquire All-in-One Chemic a I button holes dams. mends. CONDITIONING Tune up 1962 141 Corvair" Morua 900. Four
'1 Trucks for Sal. 7J M..lc.1 Merc..t.. style home. Private 20 acre stocked 2 BR. 1 bath house for rent. $60 Corp. 1930 N. E. 151 Street. I etc. Assume payments of $750per Special $ -iO for performance VOLKSWAGEN convertible door automatic transmiss 10 n.
Trucks Wanted E_2. lake & 5 acre park like month. 372-6936. North Miami. Florida 33162. o r mo. Small balance. MikeiPsSewing test. All makes and models. radio. heater whit walls showroom Call FR 4-9748. -

: Tractors & Truck B.at.1a REAL ESTATE FOR SALE S lawn. 20 minutes from town. Phone 945-7407 Machine Service. 115 W. of Chrysler built cars. H awes- condition. $1295. Will take 1962 COMET 2 dr., auto. treis.,
7 ROOM. 2 story. 3 BR. IVi baths. Univ. FR 4-1075. Powers trade. 376-4009. Dealer.
S MARY Motor Co.
C2 rraller Eeatafl MOELLER. REALTOR Air Conditioning radio, heater Extra clean. JJ550.
II M.tsieyelei oil .e..tsrp J2 Mebilo Homes for Sob. I F 101* W. Univ. FR 6-4471 $140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE 61 Wonted to Buy CLEAN rugs. like new so easy Servicing Center. 204 N. '41 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with Will take trade 374-4009. Dealer. f
II A.t..IIII. Bepalr. Loto for Sail 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. to do with Blue Lustre. Rent Main St.. Phone FR 22541. air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPE.
.. W.tr'reat S ACRE lots on paved road 2 mile 142 CORVAIR cony. 4 speed trans,
lIS A.t..IIUea tsr Sass Pr.p.t 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd electric shampooer $1. McDani- CIAL. 54 Plymouth perfect cond
II Swap Cars 2-JI' Houses For SaJ. 5 SS John from Merrill.city limits.Realtor.Only FR$2200.2.1"U.Call Ave. Phone 376-3401. CASH furniture.for your clothing.used etc.appliances Call Williams ell Furn. Co.. Gainesville Shop- 85 Automobiles for Sal. 43.000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone I radio bucket, heater candy apple paint,
c.n.rn For Sal. iii I ping Center. FR 0-4403. seats. 11471. Will trade.

EDUCATI'INAL 17 Enl E.tat. EIICIII.are' S 10 acres for sale S3.000 cash. 2' 2 Bedroom. kitchen equipped.Adults 1 Rd. :3723937.: Service Center Hawthorne 30" T.V. antenna. bed. DODGE Royal. I9W, I 3764009. Dealer.
sa space heater garage. range I autom. trans 144 CORVAIR I
Real E.t.t. Wanted miles from Spider
MonteochaRd. convertible.
II Sekoli oil Ilatruetl.u II O.t ., r..wn Prspert71S SC ',\I mile Sperry off pavement.on Call only. S6S Mo. 20 S. 26 SE 9th St. I COINS WANTEDAll chest headboard, desk lamp, I new. good seat covers tire and muffIcr Daytona blue radio heater. 4 87 Automobiles WonterCAR

Music Dilictal. 45 RuiIpi. PrepenlUze II I-I FR 21787 for appointment only. FR 6-5724 for info. proofs & uncirculated dollars chairs violin, lamps.cameras blender 2 typewrit& other e r s. 3723492. or gas come mileage.by 1036 Call NE speed transmission I wire wheel I

"a.te'-Ia..n.Ut. U Residential IDeelll.n i FOR SALE 824 acres. 75 bearIng UNF. cottage. 4-room frame. Gas and crowns of the world. I items. Ph. 3725850. 1st Ave.CADILLAC. Take covers. bucket seats. 4 000 miles. S ;;) WANTED t9iO-5 ForaS i
Satins .. *eteags =S stove. circulating heater. venetian REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP over payments. Phone 376- & Chevrolets. At Herndon serv-
pecan trees on paved road. MOD. U .30 .30 Winchester 1955 red convertible. 4339 or 372.9776. f:
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sails 13 miles to Gainesville. blinds. 2 screened porch. 809 W. University Ave ice Station. 916 SE 4th Sf:
tS Only $55 mo. Avail. Sept. 1st. FR 6- $70; Mod. 12.U Ga. Winchester fully powered with new top. $200 I
:: Work: Wa.t.d: :r: RENTALS SHOO $1000 down balance 12 4709. 64 Household Goods $60; or will trade. Phone See at Tenneco Stat. corner of -
Work Wanted .I. 2. yrs. JoNnie Hansen. Broke r. FR 6-6921. _.S.!_Main & 4th Ave.
U Sales Help Wanted i 443-1744. Waldo. Fla. 3 BR, 2 baths. family room house '
JJ Belp-M.I. .r F..al. 4J Colored Property Rentals S large corner lot. 4204 NW 13th THREE pieces matched juvenile BABY BED & mattress. $12; Cos- 60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent
.. Cottages Sot aua i!! CHIEFLAND 40 acres 25 acre chair cond., one owner many extras i
co high chair $10 pony
11 Male Help Wanted PI. 1 year lease $135 per mo. furniture $80.Flione .
Cleared V ml. hiway Priced ;
DramaUe U Fnrnlibed Apt. 5 frontage. Call FR 6-5746. $2; stroller $5. Phone 3728147 right. Call FR 67824. ALL NEW
U Female Help 41 V.hanlshe' Apt. 5 older buildings. $8800 cash or 376-6819. or see at 444 NW 27th Ave.
Wanted n flounce for Rent ".rs. 5 terms. Call. write or see S. E. FOUR BR. 2 bath home. wood- '63 OLDS F5
4. Houses for flent VAlIl1IIo 5 SAPP. REALTOR. Newberry. ed lot. Convenient. $105 mo. ChIldren T-A-G APPLIANCESTested CHRISTMAS NEAR! condition. Excellent

I FARMS & LIVESTOCK U Roim. fir Rent 30'/a acres on Levy Lake 10 m & pets okay. 1203 N. W. and Guaranteed Start getting your gifts now. We City Bank.See Mr. Green University -
Frrm Eulpmeat H.te* RoomS S. of Gainesville. Air 12th Ave. FR 6-0652. 42 Refrigerators from $39 tip have Xmas trees. nativity scenes r rUSED
; con d.
Peed & Fertilizer :; I 9 Ranges from S39 up and ceramic g:ftsELLA'S 57 CHEVROLET Belalr convertible.
Rentals home. 3.000 sq. ft. with 2' THREE bedroom house with stove
, 17 Washers from Si 9 upI COMETS MERCURYS
:a Lheat.ek oil Supplies IIA Wasted r. Real S k baths. fireplace. Out buildings. and refrigerator furnished. Available $49 CERAMICS power. good condition Leav

%I Landscaping Top aou U S.ar'ell Wanted S S mm. down payment. $5000. Owner. 1st week of Sept. 1311 N.E. 2 Food Dryers.Freezers from from $9? up up 2115E. Unlv FR -5568 Ing town must sell. Phone 376-

10 Pets oil Supplies 13 Office Desk Space 444-3437.: 14th Ter. $115 mo. on lease. 2 2731.
Dishwashers from $49 up
11 Lhuleelt Wanted U business R..tala S Weseman Realty. FR 6-2472. 67 Trading Pests
10 1 961VW
740 acre range at $135 per acre. Sets from S35 up deluxe sedan extra clean.
FINANCIAL i Frank D. Howard Real Estate. 2 BR home with garage. Close to JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. new engine many extras. $1090 I
SERVICE 2. Grady Finance Co. Office P.O. Univ. $50 per month. Phone 376- 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph.. 372: -5303: WILL trade good 14 foot fiber. Call 3726153.4BUICK CARSr

6' itesineus appen..tuu zt Special Services Box 703. High Springs. Fla. 9264.TWO FOR SALE S hot water tanks 30 glass boat for your car. even
11 Mo.u t. -
%I H... impr.yeneentg trade or boot if warranted. FR
i '
M Mirtg&gei U 5 i S Acres adi new V.A. Hospital. bedroom I bath. I block gal. with gas heater attached also 28)81 6 Skylark. 6000 miles.
It Mosej' Wasted a..I. oil rv lien I. 5 Builders Interested in Housing. from campus 1 block from 150 gal. butane gas tank Com MOO down. take up paymentsCall .
IS Applin. oil Far.llar. I condimlnum or Hi-rise. Finley. 2006 NW. 3rd Ave. $85 plete with gauges 2 crane shallow '62 Allstate scooter. In excellent FR 27433 or FR 23715 after CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY

w.__,"...."-qPQIIIIIWIIIWIIIIIIB..HRIIII.--.- --..-.-----'--___.__._____ umm MARY MOELLER. REALTOR per mo. Phone FR 21361. well pumps. Inquire Lewis condition for riding lawn mow- 5:00 P.M.
llRll I
IEIIIlllllIlllllllllalllllllllallllllllllllll1l1llllllllll 1' Jewelry Co. ?r. Phone Howard 11564
101 W. Unlv FR 4-447 2 BR house for lease $125 per '55 CHEVROLET standard transmission I
506 E.
II 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Solo! mo. Located at 215 NW 20th St. PIANO $100; Kenmore elec. range 6 cylinder. Perfect condition. University FR 6.2425
43 Colored PropertyNew Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. $69; Sofa bed C. rocker set $35; 70 Boata-Marin. Equip. Call 372-6638. 1815 NW 7th 516 S. Main St.
IY OWNER concrete block 1 bedrooms TWO ldroom CCB home .. Bathlnette $9: car bed $3; baby PI. 2-4251 i
0' cor.ner
2 baths. large, conveni- lot. 1350 down. $45 Quality Hugh Eowards built recliner $2. 376-4881. 15 h.p. Johnson outboard motor. f
per mo.
I ,,,to See at 1417 NW bOth Ter. 1031 N. W. 55th Ter. Phone 376- home. Three bedrooms I bath nouse Rent $150 lown $75 per mo. PORTABLE dishwasher 1959 Ken- first $75 takes. Phone 3722489. ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet __ : _
unfurn. $80 1030 N.W. -- -
mo. Impala. -
2 dr. -
As low $43. hardtop. excellent
IY OWNERcen. heat & air cond.. 1351. 2.000 down as will per month with 55th St. 372.8819 or 3/6-5084. more. Excellent condition. $75. lA FT. Marine Plywood runabout condition. Call Jones 3765351.
or term
r 2'/ bath. 3 BR. family living. arrange Phone FR 6-5890 to see. with steering hookup. lust completely
dining rm. large kitchen built- NEW HOME FOR SALE to suit buyer. Located 443 NE 3 BR. with oak floors. screened reworked. excellent con- 1963 DODGE DART air cond.. 4-dr.
in appliances. Large garage BY BUILDER 15th Street. porch carport. utility room. rear ROSE sofobed and choir. like dition. $110. FR 6-5826. radio & heater manual shift. I
3 BR. 2 bath. central heat & air Hugh Edwards. Inc. CLEARANCE SALE
34U N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR Llttlewood School. Call 376-5857. new; $40. FR 6-8484. ww. undercoating, pertfect. $1750
be boat.
conditioning. May seen by ap Phone 376-7971 FOR SALE 14 fiberglass
'. 2.4515.TWO pointment. 3300 NW 2Sth Ave. HOUSE for rent on 441 near Pay. 9 Ft. Kelvmator refrigerator. per. 35 h. p. motor & trailer. $695. t& warranty.) FR 2.5170.

Phone 376-2258. HOMES FOR SALE nes Prairie. 3 bedroom I bath. fect condo 575. 404 N. W. 14th Call 376-4955 1963 FAIRLANE 500. 2-door auto
Bedroom frame on shady lot 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14'h St. & stove f. refrigerator. Phone St. Phone FR 27693. matic. V-8 radio tutone. 64 DARTS DODGES
JO X 2Ur. neat & clean. tile bath. NICE comfortable home In NW section 7th Ave. Small down payment. 466-3272. Good BIG 880s
72 Office Equipment condition. Call FR 6-0374. 707 N.W.
city water. Only 2 blks. from bus 3 BR. 2 baths. living monthly payments $57 to $45 GE elec. stove for sale, 52$. Call 2nd Ave.
line. Immediate occupancy. S1SO room & family room. Kitchen & Also homes built on your lo THREE bedrooms. dm. rm.. family after 5:30 P.M. 372.7038. CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS

down payment 5. $55 monthly. See dining room combination with with no down payment. Ph. rm patio. Good location close MUST PRICES SLASHEDOn '5 7 FORD cony. new top. excel-
.t 1311 SE 2nd Ave. & phone FR large size snack bar. Built-in FR 24125. to s'toDpmg tenler. Phone 372- SELL refrigerator. kitchen lent condition. Valve fob being HARDTOPS
4-7170. range & oven. Car port & large 8657. table & chair. Best offer accepted. all types of office equipment completed. A sacrifice at $725.
I am interested in buying several All In excellent condition Less than wholesale. New. used FR 6-9648 after 9 lI.m.
size utility room. all this with LARGE 1 story four BR house Leaving country. Phone FR 6p862
lots at the right price. Cal and rebuilt electric and manual
1 acre of land with beautiful 371. 125. with play room. Liv. rm.. din 412 NW. 17th St. machines typewriters; FOR Sale or Trade for travel
FORDYCE lawn !. shade trees for $17,500 rm. kitchen combination. 2Vi adding calculators 100 trailer. '56 Super 88 Oldsmobile.
cash registers; ; Your Own Deal"
ELECTRIC range Westinghouse. good condition new tires Phone "Figure
and $1.000 down. Call 376-5883. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS bath. 4 ml. from town. Good 30". Excellent condition. $85. check writers of all makes like FR 6-4707.

$300 down no closing costs. assume yard for children. $125 mo. Call Phone 372.5734.Automatic new $20 and up. Terms can be
REALTOR $81 3 bedroom FR 22648.THREE arranged Will take trade-ins. Uni- 1960 VALIANT station wagon. auto
payments on
IVi bath CCB house. Immediate washer. $45 refrigerator versity Office Equipment. at F trans., 1 owner car. in excel- $000.00
occupancy. Call FR 2- COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex bedroom. 1 bath. fireplace $120. Phone 3725777. & E CHECK PROTECTOR COM- lent condition. See at 1630 NW

AIR apartments. large living and stove, refrigerator. fenced KENMORE PANY. 2727 NW 6th St. FR 2- 55th St 376-8665 DEDUCT 10 % 000.00
conditioning wooded lot. 4 bedroom 0224. dining area. modern kitchen with yard. near schools; $120 per washing machine S7S . . . .
FR 22105.
3 bath split level 2200 sq. LOW DOWN PAYMENT. terms fan large storage closets terrazzo month. FR 6- 220. Heavy duty floor polisher S12 0963 or
Phone 3726474, at 1742
ft. living area. recreation area In vail. 3 BR. Itt baths. CCB. floors. tile baths. space heater 2 BR. kitchen furn. $82.50 per mo. N.W. 3rd PI. can see YOUR PRICE $000

garage. Very large living room. $86 per mo. Including taxes & and hot water heater. facilities 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. 73 Musical Merchandise) .
exclusive NW neighborhood. ins. Close to schools. churches !
Call for washing machines and
i Contact Ward
at 3723289 or 2- MELTON
-Fordyce 376-1236. etc. Dead end street. 1408 NE paved streets. See at N.E. 24th 6885. 65 Antiques
14th Ter. or 372.3855. Ter. er call for appointment 372S3JI WILL transfer to responsible party
STONE or 372-5322. THREE bedroom. 1 bath unfurnished ANTIQUEwGRANDFATHER.S choice of tour spinet or console
and Qlass front steel & concrete house at 815 N. E. 5th St. CLOCK" pianos. Pick up payments cf Wur- 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE
38 Real Estate Wanted
construction. 4 BR. 2' 45 Furnished Apts. a priceless possessionCan MOTORSDouble
In Skyline Hgts. 2400 sq. ft. Call FR 6-7144. be save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with '
seen by appointment only
many built in features and cent. LISTINGS WANTED sound & motion pick up payments THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT
Telephone 1-473-4325
A<. Low to fit
down .
payment. Call- Have buyers waiting for farms we a piano
month. Phone 446-3448.: new home. Complete electric a I
Fordyce 3761236. EARL'S PIANO CO..
decor. Checked
and small acreage. any
kitchen cent. heating & air conditioning -
66 Misc. For Solo 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
EAST SIDE Located at 1709 N. E.
lot. :3 BR home.WOODEDacre Angel Real EstateC. 15 h St. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS USED CARS
sliding GARDENAPARTMENTS S. E. SAPP REALTOR. Thor Multi Matic Air Tool kit. Buy now for this fall. Many to POOLE-GABLE
glass doors paneled living room U Angle. Broker Newberry Florida Makes 7 tools all air driven. choose from. Instant credit. '63 BUICK ;
and dining room. No city taxes O J. Angle Associate Carrying case & quick disconnect Gainesville Music Center
and only $15.000 with good terms. 4404 NW 13th St. 37M937 THREE bedroom. 2 bath house hoses. $50 f R 6-2377. Ave. Special 4 door sedan V6.
Call Fordyce 376-1236. SS7 with Fla. room. built in range, 3725421. 1t23.25W.ltrsiV. standard transmission blue.
per month upGainesvflle's N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone Formica top 18 X 20" boards for PRACTICE PIANOS $1895 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343
39 Out of Town Property
ACREAGE Finest 468.1177, Waldo. do it ur selfers $1. Kiddie-
pianos. $95 and up
end table. Kitchen bin board. Upright
Ito or
20 miles '
acres from
60 in town. LIQUIDATING properties High Furnished or unfurnished 3 BR. 2 bath family room. 2 car Gainesville Auto Top Shop. Used spinet pianos. $495 and up 62 BUICK -- -
acres permanent --- -- --- -
two pasture Springs Area from $5.000 to $25- Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart garage In Black Acres. See owner Used organs. $795 and up. Special. deluxe 4 door sedan
wells fenced & cross fenced. ment. 30* N E PIts St. Phone 376- Ave. after LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
454 1920. a i r conditioned
W mile road frontage. all set for 000; Terms or Trade. 608. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. automatic
1 Sunday.
catlle farm 165 per Acre. Call 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug Gainesville Shopping Center transmission radio heater.
.Fordyc 376-1236. WANTED working woman to live In VERY nice 3 BR 1 bath houseat Company. FR 25353. $1895 ENDOFTHEMODELCLEARANCE
and share expenses with same. 706 N. W. 36th Ave. Kitchen -
SUBLEASEBuilding Phone FR 6-0124. furnished. $125 mo. Call UnI- QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at '
Rebuilt small Grand Piano. 62 BUICK
FORDYCE 372-4351. Phone 481-2674. $495.
at I NEAR CAMPUS. Married couples versity Realty. $450. Also another truck load of Special convertible
only. Not suitable for childrenor 2 BR, bath. Irg. fenced shady I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale. those fine factory rebuilt! pianos power
& ASSOCIATES. INC. 229 W. UNIV. AVE. I pets. $70 per month. lot semi furn. beautiful screened Works perfectly. Will sacrifice at fully guaranteed arrived today. steering. power brakes air

Multiple Grace Fordyce.Listing Realtor Broker Next Door to Florida S Phone 376-6651 porch, very good for study $49. Parker's BarBQ 1214 NW We Invite you to visit us for all conditioned. white.
1111 NW 41 Ave. 5th Ave. 3729292. $2095
Associates Theatre. FOR RENT 2 BR trailer. everything your musical needs.

Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden furnished except utilities. 3 BR. 1750 NW 4th Ave.. $135 per CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE / / A Golaxie "500" 2 door, hard-
PHONE 372-0440 62 VALIANT
O. C Gay Dick Banks Will furnish water. 124 NE 22nd mo. and Used $60 112 SE 1st Street FORD

Frances HougS Sarah Goulden St. Can see or phone FR 24478 2 BR. kitchen equipped $85 per Complete line of photo supplies CLARINET for sale good condition 2 door. hardtop. standard Ow top automatic transmission

.26 W. Univ 376-1236 after 3 P.M. mo. 1206 NE 9th Ave. Call FULLER'S FOTO INC. 3 yrs. old. $60 transmission radio heater.
i -- -- - MODERN efficiency. 212 SE 7th McKinney Green. Ine 3723617. 619 W. UniV. Ave. FR 2-0713 PHONE 3761349. $1295 radio, heater air conditioned $2495

St. $75 per mo. Call McKinney- SPACIOUS 3 BR. 2 baths. built- WE WANT TO buy late model used new tires, etxra nice. . . .
Green Inc. 3723617. in oven. washer S. dryer. wall refrigerators. Exceptionally High 62 SAAB

to wall carpeting. air cond. 8. trade-ins now given. FOR THE CORRECT 2 door sedan. heater.
COLOREDRENTALS WANTED roommate grad student. cent. heat. Located on beauti- WILSON'S EXCHANGE "
770" 4 door
male. share sedan.
apt. with 2 others TIME $995
ful wooded lot. $175 per mo. .
avail Sept. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479. 63 RAMBLER
10. close
to campus. See at 2609 NW 11th Ave. or bucket seats automatic -
374-8334 between 6-7 P.M. phone 3726638. TRADE your costly to operate 2-1411 1 62 CHEVROLET ,
VERY bedroom ELECTRIC water heater. and FR transmission radio heater air conditioned
large 1 furnished TWO bedroom frame house for rent, $48 for a new glasslined GAS Station wagon. 9 passenger. ,

apartment across street from N.W. Section water furn. $50 per water heater. Much more hot Courtesy Of automatic transmission radio power steering, power brakes,
campus. Call FR 6-8145 anytime month. Phone FR 6-6233. water at about half the cost with heater power steering air $2395

OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. University ChevroletN. conditioned. extra nice. . . . . .

BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW 46 Unfurnished Apts. 2 equipped.BEDROOM at CCB 1140 house.SE 21st Kitchen Ave. ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. Main St. at 16th Avo. $1995

UNDER CONSTRUCTION 5 room unfurn. bungalow With 2 S65 per mo. Phone 2-4136. Chairs DOWLING'S low as UPHOLSTERY$8. No money '62 MERCURYStation door 6

prominent baths. 3rd blk. from town on 49 Rooms For Rent down low as $5 per month. Value Rated wagon 4 door. full 763 CHEVROLET :;Icayne'i:

avenue. Apply at 304 Free estimates, pickup and delivery p--wer air conditioned.'
:t: __E. Univ. Ave. service. All work guaran $2095 automatic transmission, radio heater. 795
BUSINESS MAN graduate stu
DUPLEX apartment for rent ati or teed. Phone 376-7786. Used Cars
dent. Nice front room. no only
NW 6th St. Kitchen equipped. $85per roomers. 708 E. Univ. Ave. NEW and used chain saws. lawnmowers '61 VOLKS

month. edgers. tampers lighl B&G MOTOR CO. "770" 4 door bucket
Convertible, radio, heater
SINGLE or double to student or
plants. cable. Wisconsin, 163
S LARGE space heater 2 BR and water garage furnished apt, business person, male or female. & Stratton. new and used mo Cadillac Oldsmobile $1 C.95 seats radio 1-

f Private entrance share bath. 400 tors. Rental sales and service. NW 13th St. $1795 I
T.V. an'enna. Can see after NE 10th St. FR 22986. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE '60 FALCON heater, twin floor shift. . . _
5 P M, at 414 SE 6th St.
Double room for students convene 16th Ave. Phone 3763411.ST. 2 door sedan sand transmission

47 Houses for Rent Furn. ient to downtown and campus. PAT'S size 8 & 10 shirts size runs good. "
Phone FR 6-8314 6 lumpers. PEDESTAL table & 4 GAINESVILLEAUTO $495 7AO Golaxlc 500" 4 door hard-

SANTA IN NICE quiet home to mature fiberglass chairs $30. 1526 N. E. QJL FORD
FE LAKE. CCB tcp automatic $
cottages 12th Ter.PRICES. SALES '
-tz modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two student or business person. 60 FALCON 1

bedroom. avail. Sept. I. Phone Phone FR 6-6044. SLASHEDOn 1007 N. Main St. 2 door sedan stand transmission I transmission, radio, heater nice. I 0D
GR 5-5375
Melrose. ROOM for man excess to showers Phone FR 2-6313 radio heater.
all types of office equipment.
2 BR. house. S30 per month. See refrigerator and phone. 416 $545
Less than wholesale. New. used
Elmo NE 2nd Phone FR 21981. Northcentrol Florida'sLargest American 4 door
Yarbrong. Melrose Fla. Ave. and rebuilt electric and manual 62 RAMBLER ,

2 bedrooms. CB. house. fur. on ROOM with bath. & kitchen privileges adding machines; typewriters: 60 OLDS heater,

I 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small working lady or graduate cash registers: calculators: 100 Independent Dealer 4 door sedan power steering, I 1095

a Large living dining area Double compartment sink I Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2. student. Car necessary. Call check writers of all makes; like power brakes radio. heater I low mileoge. . . . . .
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. 376-6652 after 5:30. new $20 and up. Terms can be automatic transmission.
Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills arranged. Will take trade-ins University
.i ONE 2 BR house & one 2 BR WITH refrigerator room for a Office Equipment at F $1195
a i Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and trailer for rent In Micanopy. quiet graduate student or business j "
4 E
., Large closets double sliding door Insulated shrubbery AtticS Call Brezlna 466-3343. man. In private home with PANY. 2727 N.W. 6Ih St. FR 1- TROPICALPONTIAC '59 BUICK Puff

i Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop ONE bedroom newly painted. separate entrance. Ph. 376-7673. 0963 or FR 2-2105. 4 door sedan radio healer 4 door Bet Air


BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For MONEY. See anytime at 1958 2Vi blocks from Campus. >28SW condition with new picture tube. $795 hardtop, automatic -
NW. 4th St. 1st Ave. $45 Includes its own adiustable I 302 N.W. 8th Ave.
oppointment coIl 372.5321 or 327-5322 table. Call 3728194 transmission radio heater
2 BR. sm. study room. $50mg. FR 2-2583 $895

rake northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. partially furn. Water & elec. furn. 51 Misc. Rentals T-V antennas. 53 single stack $7 I I Convertible. power steering like brand new. . . . .
5 mm. from campus on 441S. double stack. $13.00 complete kit. power brakes radio. heater.
Ph. 376-S9Uafter S. Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave.
o FFICE' space and living quarters
--- _, __ i S495
tor insiae ousmeis 3 room nouse. NEED a second TV I have this

320 Waldo Road for fringe area areas largest selection of used BARKLEYMOTORS '56 BUICK I NO DOWN PAYMENTPer
parking. Call FR 6-7005. TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance '
door hardtop radio. heater,
SERVICESHome LOT for rent for trailer. 100 x 180 KIRKLAND RADIO & air conditioned.
shady. off Archer Road. near ] TV. Hawthorne Rd.. across from Month Per Month

I UF $20 Month. Phone 372.M5t. Gainesville Drive-In. I $395 '61 Fiat $23 '57 Chevrolet $34

51-A Wanted To Rent REMINGTON$100. Underwood electric office typewrit typewriter ;r.- "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S .1 '55 OLDS '59 Rambler 34 '57 Plymouth 27

557.50. Good condition. Call THE NAME" I 4 door hardtop. as Is specie '58 Plymouth 29 '55 Chevrolet 16

And Businessi' PROFESSOR aid wife seeking 2 or 372-6738 after S P.M. 2201 N. Main St. $195 '58 Olds 16 '53 Chevrolet 9RIDGWAY'S
3 BR furn. nous*. Call Prof. Guy
9 X 12 rug $8; 4 lamps. $4 each FR 2-4373 '
376-3261. ed. 2140.
service for 6 ovenware dishes. :
WANTED room & board in Hawthorne $10. stroller. $3. Fedders air 4 door sedan
Must be reasonable. Call cond.. $75. F R 95543. $395 I. CAN SELL FOR LESS
376-5808 between 8 A.M. & iPM
Appraisal Service PlumbingSEWER ALL channel TV antenna and 20 ft. VOLKSWAGENMILLER. BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED JUST
\ mast. $12.50; 3-speed reversible

.. window fan $10; like new 2-wheel ACROSS THE TRACKS
FRED ARNOLD 52 Boarders WantedMEN
REALTOR INSTALLEDNEW utility trailer $SO; small portable MELTONMOTORS !

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE & used fixtures. complete Kenmore washing machine. WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER
for and board plentyof
room $10
plumbing service "BIG" JIM ; to 15 ft. adiustable traverse
HUGULEY. Gainesville hot water and off street parkIng rod. $7.50. See at 538 N. W.
1219 W UNIV AVE. PH. :J72 3522 Plumb-
Ing. FR '1SOT private entrance. Phone FR 34th Drive or phone FR 4-W14.
_6-6036 i

UpholsteryUPHOLSTER 54 Business Rental Brand new sofa-bed and chair ': RIDGWAYMOTOR
SMALl. bulldOzer. loader. aump Ji .t5; platform rockers. SI2.95; BROWN tYI
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top scoop chain Sit. all channel ....-..,..
your turn*lure 703
al LARGE Shop building. Long term .
1030 E. Univ. at"" i
oil. stacked
Phone 372 7J4 reasonable price Call Sally lease. Rent or saleS 2007 NE 27th antennas $4; used ref 9-
Experienced erators. $25, TVs FR 2-3582
: FR 6-9888. 4248 Ave. FR 65568.
SMALL warehouse for rent. Hawthorne Rd. 372337.

UP DAN BYRD BABY BED with mattress $15. I 6-7571 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

HOME repairing carpentry dry 3768268. Ph. 3768690. j 1964 j
wall & plastering. painting. i>0 You NEED Florida* room extra I FOR LEASE I

372.7702 or 37A-0107 room more room. roof work. BARGAINS in beds chests odds -- -
or maybe a complete new home Modern air condo suite of offices. and ends at Treasure Chest Fair j

For a free estimate. & Downtown location near courthouse banks (lust north of airport. Open ,

Appliance Repair & LandscapingLANDSCAPE Waters.work 3049.EXPERIENCED.phone Carl guaranteed C.-I 1 372.7943 and or 6-0817.federal building. Ph. SMALL Friday chest night type for horn browsing freezer i FORD 5 % & 5 % SALE

Air Conditioning SERVICE I FOR LEASE 10.000 sq ft. store excellent condition. $75. Phone
Grass-Sod-Oarden MainNurserystock CARPENTER building. W. Univ. Ave. Price MOO 37 -08n.
of all kinds.CREVASSES Paint and repair |lobs performed by per mo. Call Hershall Haynes. 1964 RAMBLERS
NURSERY carpenter who loves his trade. FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mizell. FR REUPHOLSTERED sofas & Chairs
A.I HANDYMAN SHOP Landscape Co. CALL FR 6.4907 4-7551. *A roll away bed. cedar Chest.
First In air conditioning and Appliance birdseye suite CLEARANCE
maple bedroom
FR 4-2514 for free 2 DOOR
repairs. We sell guaranteed SMALL business or office space located electric range. dressers new perCt COST $ 1693
Sewing Machine in 1600 block West Univer.
Repairs '
washers refrigerators. etc. swings wash stands brass SEDAN
ft 40247Auto Mortgage Broker shy Ave For more information andirons antique china cabinet plus 5 % 84

CALL.EwINGoACt'I'NE' :6.R- phone FR 6-3012. brie a brae and: other household I

Glass MORTGAGE MONEY VICE CO. 815 W. University Large warehouse for rent. ; Items. Nearly Nu Furniture I ,

SVk per cent Interest. Terms to Ave. 376-1075. We repair all Coll. Forctvce 376-236. Shop. 324 N.W. tth Ave. SALE 1777
25 years. Mllkf'1 Work fully Quarantemj Phone 3764893.LONESOME !
AUTO GLASS Is busl--
our only BUY
56 Business Opportunities I T-V looking for a new
Immediate Installation
SewingAlterationsDressmaking. I fl
viewer. Will leave home for $30.
free pickup 4. delivery. Addbeauty Don
Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA
d MONEY MAKER New business. Ph 3725C47. !OS NE 11th Ave.
vale to your car. J
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. and conventional at lowest alterations. and re Good location near Shopping HEAVY DUTY Singer iocVstrnl '

_333: N.W. 6th_SI.:-.F_R 6-2558 current rates. Terms to 25 Ave.pair. Opal Holder. 2788 SE 19th Center. sewing! machine completely re SHAW

years. will gladly discuss at no Call Gladys Smith. Realtor conditioned. $125. 3725691.REPOSSESSED .

Auto Equipment obligation. Call tomorrow.J. IF I It 5-8424) 1228 W. University 372-5393 ZIG ZAG Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & located In Medical School vi- Stitch 0 Mafic Ztg Zag does

exchanged Repair kits tor FRED B. ARNOLD rUBE Repair Special. $1per cinity. Includes Store building. 2 all the fancy stitches wfhout at- : Home of 5% Profit 5"- Financing

Walker Jacks. Factory autnorli- REALTOR Inch plus $10 to Install mosttubes. Bedroom 2 Bath central heated tachments. buttonholes sews en I
eel Walker Hydraulic Jack FHA AND CONVENTIONAL 1 Year residence. another residence tor buttons monograms. ofc. Reliable -
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE LOANS Reconditioned TVs Warranty.from $995.Special rental., plus 6 or 7 trailer spaces. party to assume only 6 j KEETER RIDGWAYMOTOR
SERVICE a. SUPPLY 1314 S. I21t W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372.3522 i THE VARIETY STORE Grocery clone' new grossing" ever payments of S8.10. Cat Credit (

Main FR 2-I4fl GLADYS 7 S.E. 1st Ave.Technlclan'l $40.000 per year. Declining health Manager 372-740. United Sewing j
Smith Realtor. FHA
dictates sale. $45.000 with terms. Center
I and conventional loans. Low 4 with 84 years experience I CO.
Sun Want Ads rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1221 en all makes.ADVERTISE USED vacuum cleaners sii a.
238 W.
W. Unlv. Ave. 37J-i3fX REDFRANKS up. some I.ke new. Call 7118 or University

I F. H. A. A Conv. Loans IN THE see at 712 N. Main. I S. MAIN
REALESTATE 1132 ST. FR 2-8433
Get Results FORDYCE a. ASSOCIATES. INC FOR SALE Iren beds with springs. Phone FR 6-537!
REALTORS SERVICE DIRECTORY 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 37fr .!7 exetflett condition very reason f

m W. Unlv. J74-12 Member Multiple Listing able. Call 171-047.


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Color Lotion, Reg. $1.50 ..,

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Creme Rinse,.Reg. $1.00 ......


- 11.99To 14.99
Plastic Stripes $1.21 Val. ...... GUARANTEED NO.1 QUALITY IRON I each

Wt Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities "CHARGE IT" TAKE 30 DAYS OR MONTHS TO PAY CASH and CARRY /1/ / ,r)


9 W. UNIVERSITY, DOWNTOWN Gainesville Shopping Center-Open 'Til 9'| 7 S.E. 1st Ave. "On the Square" FR 6-5348] GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER


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WITH FLASHER REG. $13.15 } 12 x 48-in.
$ '
dl if tbs ttitini it LIGHT I
$14II ini'i|tables
SWIMSUITS REG. $9.4512VOLT . .... .. .. .. i > With Hardware Included

.roc.dl.f..t g,clo withrvbbtr net Reg. BLOUSES BURGESSRADAR LAMP $699 '. I< I' Tuesday Only 97C

er.wlerer..p.I T-SHIRTS I REG. $11.153CELL . .. .. .. .. .:! I
Stondi it.ady $6.99 SHORTS & PEDAL PUSHERS BURGESS F Amazingly useful in on;low room priced Children Attractive will find and it I
ea rocb FLASHLIGHT $330BaircTs ,, easier to look neat when they have a{

REG. $4.98 ... .. ...... ...... i- -. backed door mirror with in copper their for room.long Window life. glass
CU C MURPHY COt. '199 CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Yotr Money Back
Marine6YOLT Shop at Sears South Main
and Save 372-8461
"PLENTY OF FREE PARKING" NOW OH. THE MAIN FLOOR 601 S. MAIN ST. STORE HOURS: Tuu.,, w j. Thurs., Sat > a rn. to 5:30 p.m.
Mon. Fri f I.m. to 1 p.m.



Famous Simmons quality $5.00
spring: mattress and motchi n inner$4995 DOWN JUST IN TIME FOR BIG +
spring in twin site i for only $5.00 MO. $5 a 1
95 h
$49.95. Button tufted to insure II i 4",+ k & .
stability, heavy woven strips tickTWIN SIZE LABOR DAY WEEKEND ';; ,f' f.nl
for of #- ::
years service. n .L.-tJ\ ::

e' 25% OFF i Bonus &: ; J Covers 50'xSO' atrirs _tK1K wvnut-
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ALL REMAINING PICNIC 1 'uifcontrolswetds ..,...f >,:-,:; .
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: f 'fur nitur e city i NO WHEELERWESTERN LORIDA $88CARRYING
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19 S.E. 1st Aye. CHEMICAL COMPANY 815 W. UNIV. AVE. 376.1075

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RAVIOLISIkN..ttered.. SprutflH CMTMRtfrtikwg 67 MANY NEW. BUDS CREAM CHARRED OAK $2.99

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D'nn LAinch' r4:30p.m.to8:0Sp.m.11:30a.m.to2:0Sp.m. ) Lunch Served& Every"Specials Day 90 Reg. 79cQUILTED VODKA $2.59



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