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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: September 1, 1964
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I Sen. George Smathers has ask- ..I.. tIWHO'S

ed for t investigation into "re-
ported misinformation" given
Intensive
by the weather bureau about I
t Hurricane Cleo's affect on South PROUDOF

., Florida. ; /m Asked

Gordon the Miami Dunn Hurricane, chief forecasterof Center : : S Study THIS RECORD?

said he would have no commenton CabinetTALLAHASSEE
Smathers' request for an in- a By CHICAGO (AP) There were 4,410 traffic accident deaths in

vestigation. the nation during July, the National Safety Council said today-
Smathers wrote Robert M. (APFlor- more' than for any single month in motoring history.By .

l! White, weather bureau chief in ida will try for a lion's shareof comparison, the U. S. Marines during the three-year Korean '-

i Washington, Monday that it has benefits from the antipoverty war lost a total of 4,267 killed in battle.
been "brought to my attentionby bill by using federal funds The record July toll supplanted that of August 1963 when

r many persons and news reports for the education. of state resi- 4,310 were killed in accidents on streets and highways. It was

f that, there was a lack of dents. 11 per cent greater than for July last year when 3,970
and mis- The bill formally titled the deaths were counted.
t information even some S4
t information as to the course and xT aA Economic Opportunity Act of The number of traffic fatalities for the first seven monthsof

velocity of the winds. ." .- 1964was pushed to congress- this year was 25,630, an increase of 11 per cent over the
I The storm raked Miami with ional passage by the Johnson 23,010 for the same seven months of 1963.

V winds gusting to 135 miles an administration.The Howard Pyle, president of the safety council, commentedthat
r hour early Thursday morningas he, a Ks4' State Cabinet, without traffic accidents are becoming one of the country'smost t
the eye moved inland from formal vote, gave its approval critical social problems. In the 5-to-24 age group, he '
the Atlantic. : S today for an intensive study of said, "more people die from traffic accidents than from any

Smathers said reports by the p. the bill to see how that state ..other cause."

Miami Weather Bureau Wednes- could best use the federal funds "Traffic accidents today," Pyle said, "are the fifth leading

( day night indicated the eye that the legislation provides to cause of death" with only heart disease, cancer,. strokes and
would pass 20 miles offshore combat poverty in the nation. pneumonia ending greater numbers of lives.

with maximum winds at Miamiof The amount of federal funds
hour. available has not yet been de
45 miles an
Smathers said he has always termined.Dr. .

had. the highest regard for the -- Myron R. Blee, chairman City Still WorkingTo
,
weather ] of Florida's Committeeon
the -
services provided by
bureau. 179 Days 'Til VacationToday Continuing Education, told

But, he said, "I feel that it the State Cabinet the long range
educational of the Get Post OfficeBy
would be in the interest of both was the first of 180 school days for five-year-old :Monica Napier and more purposes
state "will be served best un-
the people of South Florida and than 20,000 other Alachua .County youngsters. :Monica left for Sidney Lanier Kinder-
der if the established
the act
the U.S. Weather Bureau that garten this morning under the supervision of her mother, Mrs. Thomas E. Napier of
forms of educational institu- JEAN CARVERSun
an investigation be made into 1312 NE 16th Place, and three-year-old sister, Claire. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.)
the causes for this reported tions and agencies will move Staff Writer Additional City Com-

misinformation and failure in with imagination and ingenu- mission stories on Page 2.
Continued efforts to acquirethe
the functioning of the forecast- ity" to provide more educationfor Post Office for
building pub-
60 both youths and adults. ty acquisition at this after-
devices.
ing Pupils ShiftedFrom
lic last night
use were pledged
/ Dr.;Blee reported to the Cab- noon's meeting.
(See CLEO on Page 2) inet on his committee's study by the Gainesville City Com-

of the act, with five general mission. Although the School Board did

,.L RELATED STORY J recommendations.Gov. The commission authorized a, not discuss the Post Office
y ",,-.,-- Farris Bryant, however -
conference between City Man- yesterday, School Supt. E. D.
New SchoolBy told Dr. Blee to return to
ager Bill Green and county Manning Jr. said the board
WarningsSufficient his study of. the act and pres- officials to determine the best had deferred its invitation from
ent to him specific recommen- course in approaching the fed-
dations. eral government about the future the GSA to bid for the build-
CLIF CORMIERSun The overcrowding isn't as crit- and one-half miles to the
near- Bryant said he had read the of the .4-acre site. ing.
Education Writer ical at Idylwild, but there, too, est Alachua County. bus stop.
Even before the first pupils the library room will be press- The board's action followed a (See CABINET on, Page 2)) Disposition of the building "If the city takes action to acquire -

Says Bureau ed into service as a classroomOne request by the parents of the scheduled to be vacated when it for a fine arts center,
took their seats today at
Gainesville's two new elemen- teacher from Myra Ter six students that the board rearrange Florid Now the new Federal Building opensin that is agreeable with us,"

I WASHINGTON (AP) The tary schools, both were declared williger will be reassigned to J. the bus routes in the November is the responsib- Manning explained. "If they do
director of the Weather Bureau overcrowded.In J. Finley to counteract the area so their children would not ility of the General Services not show any interest we will
I
I said it that the shuffle of the 60 pupils.In have to walk more than one Ranks 9th Administration.Last ask for it to make an educa-
today appears
I
tional TV studio out of it. We'lltake
an 11th hour decision yes- another matter taken and one-half miles to a bus stop.
Miami hurricane warning cen- up Green read let- "
terday by the School Board, 60 Manning and superintendentelect night a a wait-and-see attitude.
the board ruled that -
ter performed well during the yesterday, WASHINGTON (AP) Flor- ter from the Florida Develop-
emergency of Hurricane Cleo. pupils living on the Archer Road henceforth, all students livingon William S. Talbot recom- ida's mushrooming populationhas ment Commission, the state lia- (See POSTAL on Page 2)'Platform' )
bus route who were to attend the Alachua side of mended that the board furnish
Dr. Robert M. White Weather County boosted the state from tenthto ison with the General Services
Myra Terwilliger Elementary transportation for the Melrose
the Melrose will attend
Bureau chief, made the state- area No. 9 in census bureau listings Administration, outlining the
School today were reassigned to Hawthorne High School. students within the 1.5 mile radius .
ment in reply to a letter from for the
terms required getting
J. J. Finley, where they at- of their homes to Haw-
Sen. George Smathers, D-Fla., tended last year. Excepted from the ruling are thorne High School, but not to In 1960, Florida's men, women building from the government I
who suggested an investigationof six students from that area Gainesville schools. and children numbered 4,951,560.According at no cost. Satellite
The action' approved by
reports that the Weather Bu was who already are enrolled in to Monday's official
the board after Supt. E. D. Man- Gainesville schools. But the six The recommendation was The only uses, Green said,
reau's warnings have been the has
may state
inadequate. ning Jr. reported enrollment at will have to walk at least two (See SCHOOLS on Page 2) census report, This now is would be for health and educa- Lost ,
residents.
5,705,000 a Up
Myra Terwilliger and Idylwild tional organizations or a public ,
"From all the information of in four
Elementary Schools far exceeded jump 753,440 years. library.The .
available to us at this time," expectations. Leading states in populationare CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) .
3 White said, "It appears that the Manning said preliminary en- Johnson Signs 1. California 18,084,000; 2. city manager said he
hurricane warning center at Mi- rollments last May indicated New York 17,915,000; 3. Penn- had doubts that the city could The Air Force launched a I

ami performed well during Hur- there would be only 30 pupils toa sylvania 11,459,000, 4, Illinois qualify if the basis for the application Titan 3A military space rocketon

ricane Cleo." room in each of the new 10,480,000, 5. Texas 10,397,000; is to establish a cultural its maiden test flight today,
"About 12 hours before Cleo schools. Food Stamp BillWASHINGTON 6. Ohio 10,100,000; 7. Michigan or fine arts center. but lost track of it 13 minutes

struck Miami, when the hurri- However, at Myra Terwilliger 8,090,000; and 8. New Jersey "Right now I would say this after lift-off.
cane was 125 miles southeast of located in the fast grow- 6,682,000. Then comes Florida. proposed use is not eligible,"
Miami, hurricane w a rn ings ing West Gainesville area, '70 (APTannedand ) ters. Sponsors stressed both the Filling out the top ten is Mas- Green said. The 124-foot rocket blasted

were hoister in Miami and additional pupils moved into the rested after a long week- convenience and the variety of sachusetts with 5,338,000 per- Mrs. Jean Mitchell, chair- away from Cape Kennedy at 10
along the Florida coast from area and enrolled. end on his Texas ranch, Presi- foods. sons. Massachusetts was ninthin man of the cultural center com- a.m. (EST). Its goal was to

Palm Beach and Key Largo. With only eight rooms avail- dent Johnson summoned Democratic Where instituted it is now 1960 and changed places with mittee of the Gainesville Fine launch its third stage into orbit j

"To insure that our warningsare able, including a library room congressional leaders to in operation in 43 counties and Florida to take the 10th seat. Arts Assn., told the commission as a flying launch platform. The
as adequate as the scienceof being pressed into service, this the White House today for an will be expanded greatly by the The census bureau said the Congressman D. R. (Billy platform, in turn, was to kick

meteorology permits, we always would have crowded 40 pupilsto early morning review of legisla- new law the stamp plan replaces national population increased 2.7 ) Matthews told her he felt loose a dummy satellite into i

make a complete reviewof a room at Terwilliger.The tive strategy. the old system of distributing million over the past 12 months plans for a cultural center in separate orbit. t

our services after a disaster. board policy is not to exceed Congress is heading towarda surplus staple food to and on July 1 it was 191 million. the old Post Office would qualify Within minutes, the second
I We have already started such a an average of'32 pupils per close, and with the election needy families. The largest cities in Florida as an educational use. and third stages fired right on
review of Hurricane Cleo." teacher. approaching, Johnson is eager include in order: Miami, Jack- The Alachua County Commission schedule. But the rocket
The new program is expectedSee as ;
for passage of that part of his sonville, Tampa, St. Petersburg, is expected to discuss zipped 100 miles over a track-
program that remains in the ( STAMP on Page 2)) Fort Lauderdale. and Orlando.He the city's action on the proper- ing station in the West Indies
TV Networks to Continue legislative mill.
j
island of Antigua, all radio con-
Monday night, a scant half
tact lost with the vehicle.
was
hour ,after a helicopter deposited -. Democrats Put Cash
E; Computer. Vote Forecasts him on the White House County Up The radio blackout occurred

& grounds, the President signed just a few seconds before the i

into law a priority measure approved third stage was to have burned
I 2frm ]}ork eimra R. C. A. 301 computer. And we by the Senate and the For November out and inserted itself into or'
By VAL ADAMS will use explicit language to House a nationwide food Victory Drive bit.

NEW YORK Officials of the make it clear that these projections stamp plan to improve the diet ...
three national television net- are from the computer." 'of families. "We just don't know what hap-
needy By DON DAVIS said efforts will be madeto S.
here with When asked if pened Brig. Gen. Joseph
works met Monday a C. B. S. would Senators and House memberswere
committee of the National Gov- modify its language in such called to the executive Alachua County's Democratic bring the Democratic vice- ; Bleymaier Titan 3A program
Conference which forecasting, a executive committee presidential candidate to manager told a news confer-
ernor's recently spokesman replied mansion to stand beside John- last .
expressed alarm about : "The language we will jon7during the traditional sign- night pledged to "put the coun- Gainesville" "so you can meet S. ;y -S ence later.

TV's forecasting of election re- use on election night is still ing ceremony. The President ty back in the Democratic fold"in him. He said the blackout could in-
sults before the polls are closedin under consideration." who is certain to campaign on a the November presidential Loyalty pledges, signed by 3 + dicate early shutdown of the

some areas. Generally, the The governors c o mmittee, promise of additional welfare election, and backed up the committee members when they an
networks said they would con- which is headed by Gov. Rich- legislation, called the new law pledge by approving the appointment were elected, were stressed by jy h stage, which could have knockedout

tinue to indicate probable pres- ard J. Hughes of New Jersey, "one of our most valuable of Judge Ira J. Car- Carter. "If we get to work, we communications.
and other winners on seemed concerned ter to head can put Alachua County backin
idential that early weapons for the war on poverty a special campaign Bleymaier said that, even if
election night as indicated by predictions on election night, ." committee financed to the Democratic fold." ; y rv.

early returns fed into electronic based! on returns in the East Promoted also by his predecessor the tune of $2,500. Lu Bindery, chief deputy the motor cut off early, the

computers. But they said they could influence voters in the the late President JohnF. ''Thi! is the minimum sheriff, asked the committee to third stage may have achieved

would clearly label the projected West where polls will still be Kennedy the food stamp amount needed to run a rea- appropriate $500 to Democratic : ? enough speedo\ attain orbit

figures as such. open. They asked the networksto plan permits qualifying familiesto sonable campaign in this county governor candidate Hay don He said tracking stations were.attempting .
I A National Broadcast ng Company consider reminding viewersin buy $10 worth of food stampsfor ," Carter told the gathering."It's Burns' campaign against Re- to locate the vehicle .
'spokesman, commentingon western states that the polls $6 on the average. Then they not going to be a push- publican candidate Charles Hoiley. did attain orbit .
it
what had been said in the had not closed there. They also can use the stamps in the cor- over. .when Hubert Humph in case

meeting, asserted: suggested that the networks present ner grocery for many more rey was added to the rational Hindery, bothered by the i Bleymaier said that even if
"N.B.Cr will not declare any programs before the election food items than the surplus ticket it hurt us in Alachua possible consequences of too this goal was not achieved the

i candidate a winner but we will explaining the computer commodities they have had to County and the State. of Flori close an association between rocket had met 95 per cent of

ty what is indicated by the systems. carry from the distribution tent da." .(See DEMS on Page 2) JUDGE CARTER its test goals on this first flight.



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Weather RoundupZONES More About I More AboutSchools
'GainesvilleCITY New Health Care


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Page 1 Plan Worked OutBy

COMMISSIONName From Page 1
the national and state Demo-
lliW::*: :\ ; ...... .. .... JOE HALL business Sen. Albert
timt ; lug by
; :;:;::;; ; '" >i.: $::m.--f: : S iml I 4. cratic slate, urged that the adopted unanimously after a
WASHINGTON (AP) Ad- Gore D-Tenn., who had been
DoctorTo Revise Budget der BCD showers- Scattered this .tsJm\ money campaign be committee given to the and special in turn ministration forces in the Senate -sponsoring the original Kin -Anderson plea) by Hawthorne PrincipalJoe

handed to Burns' today pinned their hopes for. measure as an .amend Wood that continued trans-
over
cam-
Plan and otherwise
Board evening
,
ProcedureAt paign. adoption of a Social Security ment to a House-passed bill. fers of pupils from the Melrosearea
cloudy through Wednesd a health care plan this year on a It thus will be up for the initial -
Howard Adams named
Dr, Earl Cosby, & member of Low; tonight 70 to 75, by to Gainesville schools was
revised version of the King-An- test in the Senate's consideration -
the suggestion of C o u nty Carter to head the canpaigncommittee's
Hawthorne
the Bi Racial Committee was Wednesday 90. Variable 5 draining High.
derson proposal.The of the House bill which
I
Commission Chairman G. M. financial
I appointed to the City Plan 15 mile winds becoming matters, new proposal was workedout would raise basic Social Security Wood said IS of his high
Board last Davis, city commifsioners and objected.' .It would be amlitious
night. erly tonight Wednesday.A
l and introduced late benefits but add health
Monday no
revised school pupils come from the
to aside
agreed set
on a budget pro- on our part
r Last night's appointment desegregated -cedure for agencies supported Clear to partly clojjy: money when he (Burns) may after a series of fast-breaking care provisions.The Melrose area.
the second commission rafter hot through Wedresdty.
by city and county funds. ed afternoon and evening! .' come out against everything we conferences in the office of King-Anderson proposal,
appointed board. Dr. Cos Davis suggested that each a rs. Variable mostly northeast I to stand for. ." Democratic Leader Mi>;e Mansfield pushed by Democrats for several "We need those students more
mUes per hour. Law tonight 70 to "
Li by is a Negro dentist. than Gainesville does, he said
hlgJi Wednesday t a t. f6. of Montana. years, would provide hospi-
agent submit its total budget to
., The object of the committee
EarUerthissummert.ecom.mi&icn 6 f G 'Please Hawthorne
H I Parti/ \ o. Democratic vice talization nursing home keep High
presidential care,
the city or county body that thru/oft Wednesday with scattered he added
was to establish
reestablished the Recreation a School in mind if
ernoon tttunder showers. Low nominee Hubert H. Himphrey, diagnostic services and home you rearrange
Board and appointed Negro has primary budgetary supervision hi 70s. high Wednesday ,( to ,.. WEATHER Democratic headquarters lend bus routes.
fresh from conferences with health visits for Social Security
able 5 to 15 mile winds.
members for the lint time. J K Partly cloudy throug/i Airport readings ing support to all candidates on
President Johnson in Texas recipients 65.
over
Then the city and courty could nesday with few showers likely. the party's ticket and not nec- Wood said Hawthorne's cur-
tonight 73 to 10 high Wednesday to 8 a.m. today: participated in the strategy Sponsors said a revision of riculum
negotiate fair and equitable to n. Variable southeast 5 essarily just the national lev- was not as broad as
apportionment mostly
COllstrllciiol1Projects at 12 noon, low 76 at cash bcnefts in the
of funds the 15 mile winds. c el. nee tings. new plan those of Gainesville schools, but
coun-. ,ALMANAC rain. The revised plan was submitted should give the Senate a stronger -
ty chairman_ explained. Sunset today.. ............ i:X f He agreed with Hindcry in 1 the school is accredited with the
OKd Sunrise tomorrow ..,........ "-fa and'made the Senates pend- bargaining position 1the Southern Association of Schools
He said the present budget The Moon rtsei ............. 2Dl: ELSEWHERE rlq* LOW rVKlp doubting the wisdom of a dose conference with the Hou:e if its and Colleges.
"considerable tomorrow and is af Perigee Ire affiliation between the Burns
procedure causes t5' 7*
"Star" near the Moon it the adopted in the Senate.[
Construction projects approved -confusion and lack of continui Mars the II 7< campaign and the national
; very bright "star" ,1 SO Melrose, which is astride the
last night by the city com, Mars Is tha planet. Venus. which fl '7 ticket. Raid They said also that it should
ty" because there Is
no over- Negro Alachua Putnam line
County ,
now about tt million miles frcm.
85 at M give; them a better chance to deeat -
mission included buMr. rest- all picture or mutual approach. Earth. S] 45 The committee voted to give has a school on the Putnam
CEDAR KEY TIDESWednesday rival amendment offeredby
rooms at Citizens Field ard approving High at ':50 am. M 79 the $500 to the Burns' campaign a County side. Alachua County
for at 4:12 and S.J2 II 4J Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La.,
avn. p.m. Office
preliminary plans 77 67 .M then Executive Committee Group pupils are permitted to attend
MARINE FORECAST Monday in a surprise move.Long's .
5 fl 45
fire station five.Commissioner. EscapeFla. Chairman J. H.
Ward
EAST GULF: Variable winds S n TJ joke the Melrose school.
Ed Turlington 15 knots through Wednesday with f 70 41 ingly advised that "we first amendment wooLs provide -
said it would cost an estimated local showers. 45 51 find: out if they want the mon In Philly a 7 per cent increase in Also adopted at the meetingwas

7,650 to build public restroomsat Mental ey." cash benefits instead of the i 5 a resolution granting an

the city's football field. The campaign headquarters PHILADELPHIA AP) The per cent voted by the House. It, easement to the City of Gaines

Architect Jack Moore presented Viet will be located at the corner national headquarters of Negro also would liberalize the earn-. ville to allow utility lines for

the fire station plan HospitalFORT of Southeast 1st Avenue and group was raided by police Inside ings test so that persons icceiv- water and electricity to be

Southeast 1st Street Carter the riot-torn section of ing Social Security could make brought into the old VA property -

said. North more money and dill not lose east of Gainesilie.The .
wlure
Asks Reports LAUDERDALE (AP- I Philadelphia, quiet
In In other action at the meet' reigned after weekendof their benefits.
Five male patients, two reported today a 175- acre tract acquired
I ing, County Commissioner Ed- looting and pillaging.The The revisions worked cut in used initially
be
Plan BoardThe to be "particularly dangerous from the VA will -
By gar Johnson offered his services the administration packagewould
," overpowered three four-square-mile area as agricultural plots for vocational -
Board and guards SAIGON, South Viet expected to return to 1 in the upcoming election, stat still was under tight security, change the 5 per cent agriculture classes in
Richardson Plan the"tradition" from escaped the maximum Monday night (AP)-Ailing Premier a few days "and ing that he was "proud to bea with a 24-hour curfew in effect boost in benefits of th? House Gainesville junior and senior
debate, now approaching security Khanh hopes to return to formal duties as Democrat. .proud of the national and bill to a $7 a month increase, schools.
status, continued wing of the South Florida State in a few days. During his government." ticket" more than 1,200 policemenon raise the wage base to $5,600 in- high

last night as Commissioner mental hospital.The sence, a relative calm has Cong companies am- patrol. stead of $5,400 as in the House The utilities are needed for a :

James Richardson asked for periodic patients fled in a stolencar I vailed, but student government patrol in More About Mayor James H. J. Tate said bill, and cut the nursing home tool shed, showers and dressing

I progress reports from after 23 other patients refused -threaten new mass Province Sunday the restrictions will remain in care under the King-Anderso rooms to be constructed for the

the Plan Board and Planning Di- to join them in the break. tions. Communist guerrillas American officer was effect at least until Labor Day. plan from 180 days to 60 days. students.

rector David Godschalk. to be marking time. during 80 minutes of In a statement late Monday
Dr. R. C. Eaton, hospital pear Stamp
City Manager Bill Green said. erintendent, identified the sup-escapees Khanh's health broke Six Vietnamese sol- night, the mayor said the area; Great Books
"
he saw no reason why the the government crisis last killed and 11 wound- was "extremely quiet, with
as Charles P. Smith 28
,
reports could not be uranged Fort Lauderdale Joe Brown and he was temporarily engagement, about 80 From Page 1 even less activity than normal. Gainesville Sun
,
but said he saw no value in ; "I think out of the Study SlatedA
we are
placed by a civilian, Dr. of Saigon.
29, from Georgia, and The- Published evenings except
preparing reports that no one to cost $25 million the first year, woods," he said, "but we are
and
dore Brunson, 24, Richard Shed- Xuan Oanh, who became the Viet Cong have Saturday, Sunday morn
: $75 million the second $100 million Great Books Discussion the Gainesville Publishing
would read. but trouble still watching the situation. ings by -
aker. :36, and Marcus Clanton, premier. activity, [ the third and millionthe will be ,, Company at 101 SE
$200 Group again sponsored
"Let's don't get so wrapped 34, all of Miami. u.s. Ambassador Maxwell One American A squad of 100 policemen 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida,
fourth.
up in reporting that we don'tget Taylor visited Khanh "It always takes made the raid Monday upon by the Gainesville Public Li-I and entered as second class
any work done," the city All five have criminal charges at Dalat a mountain Cong a week or so to The President spent three Muhammad's African Asian brary. The first meeting will be matter at the Post Office at
pending against them. All days on his ranch near Johnson on September 21 at the library. Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
I
manager warned. "Reports are where Khanh went after exploit internal trou- Cultural Center, two blocks
fine but you can get entangled I:should be considered dangerous, week's Roman Catholic > government side." City, having headed for it Friday -, from where the riots broke out The group will meet at 8 p.m., RATES BY

in them." I Eaton said and especially dhist rioting. Taylor said reports estimated afternoon after addressingthe : late Friday night. every first and third Monday of CARRIER OR MAIL
Democratic National Committee the month. 1 Week .45
Commissioner Ed Turlington Brunson and Shedaker. Smith, than 20,000 Viet Cong Inspector Millard Meers, who< 3 Mas. $5.85All
in Atlantic the
City.Johnson's Although will be
opposed Richardson's sugges- Brown and Brunson are Negroes About in the Saigon area led group
More the raid, said police found
running mate Sen. meeting for the second mail
year, subscriptions must
and the others
tion, terming the reports "n o t are white. were fears they might flammable fluids used for mak-
Hubert H. Humphrey, and Mrs. others who wish to join, whether } be paid in advance.
necessary. Criminal sex charges are on Cleo the capital. Humphrey returned from the,. ing fire bombs, a loaded revolver they have done the first Member of Audit Bureau of

"There's no argument that file against Shedaker and a rob- Americans, an offi- ranch Sunday night. two bayonets and a knife. year reading or not, will be Circulation.

you have better communicationwith bery charge against Brunson.Dr. enlisted man, were Mrs. Johnson stayed behind[ They arrested Shakyh Muhammad welcome. the All material property contained of the Gainesville herein h

the plan board than I Eaton said the five escapees From Page when their jeep on the ranch. A spokesman said l described by Meers Anyone interested should call I Publishing Company M9U..

have," was Richardson's re overpowered Edward on a highway 20 she wants to get some house. as a former member of. the the Gainesville Public Libraryfor I Reproduction Is strictly forbidden In whole without or In part the
tort. I of Saigon. I written pern...:slon of the publisher.a .
Yost and William Young when The Miami Hurricane keeping chores done. Black Muslims. further information. I

Richardson's motion csking' Gus Egroo opened the door to ter's wind measuring formed Leadership ,. .

for the reports failed ,in a ,2-2 let them out. Then they grab- was blown away by a gust I of Saigon students

tie, with Mayor Howard McKin- bed Van ,Egroo and locked all more than 110 miles an mass demonstra-

ney providing the only supportand three guards in the jail like Meantime, the National yes"U country's three rui
Commissioner Alan Suther- ward. of Fire Underwriters said appoint men to the .. .
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The escapees stole theguards' Assembly ..' I" ;> . '. p.' .,
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we'll continue to run I nies will pay more than unacceptable to the stu '
guess those to : .- :.
keys including
million in property I -- C' ,: 4 J -,'-c," :
this city by ear, Richardson Van Egroo's 1958 two-tone Ram- ; :;
concluded. bler in which they fled. claims resulting from the to appointing -. . "-: .. -". I." : lH-i; ,; _. .
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Dr. Eaton said the other 23 triumvirate agreed to .. ...:, ,
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Table patients refused an invitation too '
Zoning ., .
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with them.More .- : ; :s ;: ,
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AmendmentsFour 1 The assembly is sup ; \ I. ."- :r ;, !
Included in the insurance elect a new chief of ,. -
AboutCabinet "
imate was per&onal and !
proposed amendmentsto ness property but not .
the city zoning ordinancewere bile boat
or agricultural
tabled for further study Finds ... -
commissioners last age.St. 7ggaa %
by city Lucie County civil ib

night. From Page .li director Hugh A. Vest occ i
The changes include regula- damage to the Indian Open f
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tions for mobile home park districts act and various commentariesabout citrus crop at $4 million. :

off-street parking, junkyards it but still was not sure of The Florida Park Service door policy cost Ern t

and home occupations. its implications and possible timated that the hurricane several expensive o2& e -

Commissioners agreed to review -, application to Florida's systemof more than $50,000 damage when a day'

the proposals at a study education.The state parks. robbed his home .i

session next Tuesday afternoon.A other members of th eState Hugh Taylor Birch state 35 mm camera a
group of lot splits and two Cabinet concurred with at Fort Lauderdale suffered shotgun and silver-

zoning changes were approvedlast Bryant's request. greatest damage, more : FROM THE GRAND-DAD OF THEM'ALL!
night by the commission. State School Supt. Thomas $45,000. to the Alachua

Bailey said quick action was Other parks damaged y Sheriff's Department, _-iI<. .at .

needed to gain benefit from the Jonathan Dickinson near occurred between 2 !. t'f'' .
AppraisalsStill recently passed antipoverty Tomaka near Ormond ., when Haufler's Glen

bill.He Bulow Plantation ruins at house was vacant.
PendingA said other congressional ler Beach, and wife told deputies

legislation-such as the Perk- Oaks. the dwelling between

"still waiting" city com- ins Vocational Act and the Curiously, Bahia Honda 2 p.m., leaving the: &
mission decided last night thatif Higher Facilities Actwould John Pennekamp Coral open for a television I tiJ iJlW Jd@ c$ J I

appraisals on the Citizens help Florida if the federal government -state parks, both in the scheduled to arrive

Bank area property proposed as specified the amountof the hurricane as it

the new city hall site aren't money available. Bailey said through the Keys, suffered apparently
Bourbon
is America's drink. It was here long before the hot dog. Before the ham-
ready by Tuesday, "well meet the state was still studying the damage.At But the burglar did, I
and take action." acts and had been burger. Before baseball.
doing so fora Hugh Taylor Birch, and leaving through the I .
City Commissioner James considerable length of time. age was listed at $35,000 to open door, officers I In fact, it was born the same year as the American Constitution1789.

Richardson said he felt the com In his initial suggestions to the recently installed scenic I You could say Bourbon is a distinguished citizen. And Congress has taken action i

mission's delay" is causir.g "ad Cabinet, Dr. Blee said the way, $10,000 to new of the stolen items was to make that "American Citizenship" official. It stated that only whiskey made in I
verse reaction. state should provide more edu- ing, structural damage to .
The last city hall action taken cation for adults and youth superintendent's home, J. Pope Chen>y said the U.S.A. could be labeled Bourbon. ,

by the commission was on July to combat poverty, but did not trees felled, and 30 will continue. I Greet National Bourbon Month by visiting your favorite tavern or package store.

21, when the site was narrowed say how this should be done. trees toppled. Toast America and its bounty with America's finest Bourbon, Old Grand-Dad.JtV
to somewhere "in the Citizens He also said the state should Damage at the other people marry the ; f
the Head of the Bourbon Family..The Grand.Dad of them all!
Bank neighborhood. increase its educational staffto was limited to vegetation. they are to wind : t
Since that time the only ref. prepare for this adult-youth All available park court. Teen-age
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erence to the site has been a provision. The number new and outside labor were are twice as likely to ,, ; i* ri-
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brief report from the city man- personnel needed under Blee's to help clean up and repair as those in which the i; OLD ,< "1!

ager that property appraisalswere recommendation was not speci! damage to return the least 21 and the man n-, '.,
pending. fied. :service .
as swiftly as .
: : GRAND-DAD


I Fishing Fleet Subsidy May HEAD OF THE BOURBON FAMILY J ;.


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TAMPA (AP-A) $50 million I'years to help rebuild the fishing'American fishermen to I long-range fishing." I

federal subsidy to modernize fleet. The measure provides a with foreign fleets. i I to 800 shrimp trawl- .

the nation's commercial fishing maximum of 50 per cent of the Tringalin said it came out of Florida ports :, .

fleet is late in coming accord- costs of construction of modern years late. The industry's to 1,200 miles to fish ., S
ing to a leader of the Florida fishing vessels in domestic ship-, ment has grown old and coasts of Mexico and <,

Industry, but in it he ,sees hope yards. I dated. Owners haven't .,. 'S. !

for a revival of the business. new boats, he said, .... fL I :
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great deal to us, Sam I "The subsidy might ,." ..JI !
galin, owner of more than, 20 dropped from 13 to 7 per cent development of the type of

shrimp trawlers and agent for while the Soviet Union Japan, sels we actually need in is hardly a coastal I : .

100 more said Monday. Peru, China and other: countries business-more capacity, the state that doesn't _. : .

Earlier in the day President have shown large increases. fuel, maybe freezer Many are individ. ... .- _;. di H fcfc.- -*-Mmoair- luMENS. town* WHISKIES.$5 MOW MO 100 r oof lomta Hi EONS THE oto emmo-pip etsnmat C8,fwiwfotT.

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THE tre I Stand Still?


JOHN R. HARRISON. President area
SOUTHBy
RICHARD WILSON
Publisher PAT COWLES. Vic Presti By
Florida's Beautiful i .. dent Ed JOHNSON Viet- President Chief, Cowles Washington Bureau
,
T and Extcutivt Editor W. O. (Bill) WASHINGTON, D.C. Once Bobby Kennedy had been
'University City ivI_ EBERSOLE. Vic President TARTAGLIONE and Ad- RALPH McGILL ruled out for vice president and Mr. Johnson decided he wanted
Directors BOB
vtrtumg
Vice President and ClrculaUea Manager PBlitier the Atlanta Pru mania(Ga.) *Ceastltetlee FihllshcrOf a candidate pre-tested in politics, there was no practical
alternative to Hubert H, Huniphrey. The President also found
THE SUN'S POLICY that the rationality of Humphrey's nomination and his gen-

1. Report the news fully and Impartially! In the news columns. OutlookHas t V eral political support were so strong that had he overriddenit
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. he would .have ruined his most effective protagonist in the
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. :. Senate. Humphrey would have been no good to him the
moment he had been humiliated his when
by rejection so
The Sun's All
telephones: Departments-372-8441
many had assumed that he would be nominated.A .
Want Ads--376-4672 great deal has been reported extenuation of the process

LIVE JACKASS KICKING A DEAD LION" by which Johnson selected Humphrey as if the Presidentwere

DONKEY, traditional symbol of the Democratic Party, consciously selecting an early successor. But the Pres-
'I Teach a Child by political cartoonist Thomas Nast. In the Jan. ident does not expect to die no matter how many others may
he the wring their hands and shake their heads and express porten-
issue of Harper's Weekly, pictured donkey
I a lion which represented Lincoln's Secretary of War tous thoughts. Mr. Johnson expects to live. He expects and
The slogan, "I Teach a Child," field of education but unfortunatelyhave McMasters Stanton. The cartoon was entitled "A Live hopes to be President for eight more years, and it is not be-

adopted by the National Associationof not changed its practices sig- In the Kicking A Dead Lion." At first the donkey represented yond the realm of possibility that Senator Humphrey will not
(antiwar) faction, but later it became the be President Johnson's sole vice president. Franklin D. Roosevelt
Classroom Teachers and endorsedby nificantly because of the gap that there is a
that the for the entire party. Four years later Nast introduced had three.
the Florida Education Associa- exists between what the psychologist
animal now synonymous with the Republican Henry A. Wallace endured four years of agony in a sena-
,. tion and the teachers' organization knows about learning and what the political good time the elephant. torial atmosphere to which he was totally _unsuited: on .the ex-
here might lead some to wonder educator does about it. pectation that he would succeed
for the
what's going on in education.But Roosevelt, only to be
There is WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST
dumped four months beforehe
What Superintendent-elect Talbot derstanding
would have ascended to
the re-emergence of the child- said last :May, in his first public water is the presidency.OF .

centered philosophy of teaching is a statement after his election, hold with COURSE there is no
that Limits Power
good sign. The pendulum has swunga promise that the child, the pupil, to question that Mr. Johnson

fixed the individual - - - has persuaded a great many
bit too far in the direction of whatever his age or rochial

standards for all with academic grade level, will be kept in the spot- er without Vnrk itmrl! Washington obviously has the delphia or Cuba.Meanwhile people to believe that his se-

proficiency the only recognized light in all school planning and school hension of JAMES RESTON excuse and the authority to we have a pres- lection of Humphrey was the
The U.S. withdraw that equipment.But idential election going on, and greatest single political act
stamp of value. practice. He said "We must begin to be they remains- officials here have to cal- Senator Goldwater and his since the formation of the re-

think about the student." A brief South Olin about the crisis vaguely in culate the effects on the North aides are taking a differentline. public. Nor is there any ques-

As always, a good sense tends to statement but to the point! when he Officials here point Atlantic Treaty Allianceof They are pointing to the tion of Mr. Johnson's reason

correct extremities of reaction. Thisis farmer there have been no making such a move. mess in Philadelphia, Harlem, for trying to create this impression
ern Rochester Havana Viet and it must be said
what is happening in education.But If the teachers will take this ad- is best demonstrations It is not pleasant to have ,
Nam, and asking what the ad- that he worked hard and
in the slow process of correction monition to heart, and if they under- cratic the and U.S. community slackening thousands of Turks demon- ministration is going to do well at it by consulting more

much damage can be done (and un- stand what it means when they say, and party's ,South no Vietnamese strating in Ankara against when the U.S.the only embassy about all this-which is fair people and groups than prob-

doubtedly has been done) by continued "I teach a child," we shall have fewer against the objective of Washington in enough.But ably have ever before had

(i mass mechanization and by dropouts, fewer pupils who learnto South's Viet Cong. the Cyprus struggle is to the que t ion goes anything to say about a vice

zealous fixation on learning instead hate school while they are being"subjectedt' irrational THE SO despite the, official op avoid a war between two allies both ways. Dean Burch, the presidential selection.
which has proved to Republican national chair- Mr. Johnson was expanding
of the learner. to education and fewer ; but to act out of frustration -
rights often here in the past, the man, pointed to the mess in the image of careful responsibility
children who become disciple prob- fact that or anger against Cuba and Viet Nam Sunday,
is worried, main- Greeks and Turks would clear- in peace or war
: Kcgardless of increasing social lems and social delinquents. farmers in South Viet Nam, ly risk the larger problem of and insisted that the lawless- which is the main line of the

complexity and the population bulge, as so many other critical having one or both allies ness in our great cities at argument against the electionof

: the education of the individual remains While we have had in mind. largely Midwest in the world, it is con- withdraw from the NATO home w.as the most impor-. Barry M. Goldwater. His
town tant domestic issue of the
cam
by problems which it own painstaking decisionmaking
the business of the schools. the educational practices of elementary ers of beyond its control. alliance. paign. And this is fair enough, process of Humphrey was

The growth and proper developmentof and secondary schools, we on crop major events of this Viet Nam is an even bet- but it would be interestingto intended to contrast with

the pupil is the sole object of edu- are no less concerned with the appli- the cotton not only abroad ter illustration of the problemof know what he and Senator Goldwater's off hand selection

cational effort. The so-called "subjects" cation of the same principle at the ers at home -illustrate being powerful but yet not Goldwater propose to do of William Miller for the
have quite able to use that about these things.
of power.It
of the curriculum are simply college level. A college classroom has paradox our Republican vice presidential
within
since the
law. They that great po is not only U.S., Nobody development nomination.The .
means to that end. been defined as a small enclosure but a often powerless to deal Guerrilla operations, and using of effective atomic mil- result is that Mr. John-

where teacher and students are ef- who problems without student demonstration in Sai- itary weapons has been able has
son now a running mate
This focus on the "human ele fectively separated by lack of in- judice and them even worse than gon, but to change the course to figure out how war, or the with very considerable stature -
'of the war there by puttingthe threat of war, can be usedas
ment" underlines our often repeated terest and understanding. A professor scure which is unusual but

plea for higher standards of professional who is devoted only to his sub- ber now that are Saigon of ,the"the last capital few Guerilla Marines operations in charge, and of using the policy.an The instrument more powerful of foreign nations carries with it the possibility -

ization in teaching. Whetheryou ject and not to his students shouldbe ty is, and Viet Nam, and the the Air Force and Navy to have become the less could that his into happy choice

label teaching as an "art" or a in research not in teaching. He aware of rioting and looting in retaliate against the Communists sure they have been that they grow a monster.
But that
"science," it requires insight and un- should work with things-not people. alleviating different as they in North Viet Nam dare risk using their power, it works may out because not be the Hum-way
because the less controllable it
-- for their illegal aggressions
derstan l ti g-- thaT outreaches the culties. the same point. phrey at the national convention
administration against Laos and South Viet is.
academic "knowledge" that is nat- Education is a highly individual One of illustrated in the Mississippi

urally presupposed in teacher quali- process. It doesn't yield to mass water ous has these the violent power de-to Nam. EVEN THE LEADERS of issue that he could act

fications. methods, regimentation, mechanization been the It could compel THIS COURSE of action, the Soviet Union, who have effectively as the instrumentof
in both Saigon and however, which sounds so at- much more control over their Johnson policy and save
or coercion. In industry the age Southern the President
its tractive in the casual and allies than the U.S. has over embarrassmentwhen
The psychological advances that of automation may be with us, but gress to by ordering its allies finds that their he wanted it least.
to take charge, but it emotional dialogue of a pres- ,
have been made in the past twenty in education the "human factor" con- Democrats. the consequences idential election campaign, military supremacy cannot Mr. Johnson, struck motion-
districts
years have illuminated the entire tinues to dominate. ed to the local author- raises some fundamental ques- control Rumania, let alone less in the full flight of a political
both cities would ob- tions. Yugoslavia. As the Manchester career, was very uncom-
hybrids do territory."A change the fundamen- Guardian remarked the other fortable in the vice presidency -
ton they between the Do the American people day, "Moscow can no more and this will be Humph j
I attend a really want to commit the order the Communist satel- fate if
States and the Allied rey's the Johnson tick- .
I sional of South Viet Marines to a guerrilla war lites to excommunicate Pe- et is elected. Humphrey is t
Voice of the People get any and between the fed- in the jungles and rice pad- king than Washington can 53 and in the full flower of his
dies of Viet Nam 7,000 miles
,
and the lo forbid Pakistan to fly its political powers and not like-
really in Philadelphia. from home, and right up American-built airliners to ly to be very contented in the
I Neither against the borders of Commu- "
China. limited
administrative role
On The Sun's Opinion Page==== can have DILEMMA troubles nist China? Would Asia, which This paradox that powerin permitted him as vice presi

IT IS here in other places has been trying to get rid both international and na- dent. The talk about making ,

Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters increasing They are as concern- of the domination of the tional politics is at least limited a vice president an adminis-
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot southern anybody else for ex- white man for over a century, if not powerless is trative officer who shares the
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The members about the Communist really like to see the U.S. replace central to the American presidential burdens of the
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the South Vietnameseand election of 1964. Gold- presidency usually
intent. and speak in Cuba, and they ob- turns out to be vacuous,
use U.S. and naval power and his television
water
ing the have the power to in other words a lot of h ot
Sad Even was dark and lonely for his confidence. Is this what the in 1960 the Castro regime against the Communists in spokesmen are absolutely air. After a few trips abroad

mother wasn't there to make true business world is like? ed But to use force North Viet Nam? right in saying that Saigon, and a few sessions of the Aeronautics ,

For Small Boy everything right with a kiss I don't really think so. tory that objective, in And if we did so, would this Havana, Philadelphia and all and Space Council

and a smile. She was tryingto The next time a paper boy the would violate really neutralize the Chinese the other centers of conflictare and the Commission on Fair
EDITOR, Sun: Once there fight her way back to healthin comes to collect rememberthis at least to the inter- Communists and increase the in disarray, but they are Employment Practices, Hum-

was a boy, the oldest of three a mental hospital.The story. This could be the pected to political system and split between Moscow and concentrating on the prob- phrey is likely to grow rest- i,

children, who wanted a paper father worked for hourson the boy-any boy. He is one- the will to Nations, and con- Peking, or would it bring Com- lems and not on the solution. less. He is not a man w ho f
route very badly. His family the bike, trying to makeit half man, one-half child. Help the benefit not only with the munist China directly into the Goldwater's view is that power likes to wait. i
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wasn't rich and on the other work and now it does, sort and of battle and force Moscow and prevail, if only we *
him all you can for he may be and for legal problems can IN ONE; SENSE it is a '*
hand not really poor either. of. the President of the U.S. one 5 The south their treaty commit- Peking (to come together have the courage to build and waste to make such a man
His father felt he was too Because of the commotion day. Herbert but also with the again? threaten to use it. Johnson'sis vice
president when there
but his mother wanted about the accident the boy lost
young risks of Soviet re- that, hard as this theoryis
him to have the route to give his customer, his bike and A PAPERBOY'S breached Dwight D. and having to find NOBODY KNOWS the answer to explain, that we must are so many other more use-
of his and FRIEND AND MOTHERWashington ful things he could do It
some self-respect
him spending she maintain but cannotuse
some money Jack Cuban government or to these questions, but power can be said that Humphrey is
could not provide.He electoral that island them- the judgment here in official or threaten to use it without ahead
of
\ the crowd, he can
got the route and was MemoCUT ) Catholic I quarters is that it Is bet- making things even worse furnish ideas, he is equalto
very proud of his business. 1964 there dilemma faces the ter to take it easy, to try than they are. conversations with heads _
Maybe he wasn't the best pa- administration with to hold the line, to put up It Is the difference between I
the more of state he can the
represent :
per boy in Gainesville but he RATE POLITICS: President Johnson and a covey of ern and Greeks in the with the frustrations of a compromise being in office and being out President when the President i- ,
was the happiest. He saved neswmen were making that 15-lap walk around the White! and controversy. Both of rather than to unleash of it, but this modern dilemmaof does '
not want to
his money to buy a new bike House driveway last Wednesday. During lap 10 the Presidentsaid t ing for the countries are using the federal troops eitherin the powerlessness of power sent himself he repre- /
for the one he had was old he guessed he'd phone Hubert Humphrey and ask him to equipment in their Saigon or North Viet Namor lies at the heart of the presidential the can help lead
and he had ridden it six milesa come down from Atlantic City for a chat. Reporters naturally phrey over Cyprus, and for that matter in Phila- campaign. "way to the "Great Socie-
ty. All this is true. But his
day to attend a private sensed a development in the vice presidential situation, but
| have been main function is to stand and
school. Johnson kept on walking and they couldn't break away and
tic Party POTOMAC FEVERBy wait.It .
At last he could have his telephone the news. Finally, in lap 14, a reporter said "Mr.
.dream-a new bike. He had President, are you going to hold off that call to Humphreyuntil Virginia is too bad, but it Is unavoidable

:'saved his money, not one cent the rates go down?" The President laughed, and ended j conceded Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau that a man of
as a such abilities should have to
for a cold pop or a candy the marathon after one more round.
:bar, one-tenth to God and the ida is on Stuff: The real reason LBJ pick Hubert Horatio Humphrey was be taken out of the mainstream

Test to the bike fund. While COMMUNICATIONS GAP: After talking with Sen. Humphrey ernor will for the underprivileged-doing something nice for a poor chap and put on ice, so as

:he was collecting his route a Wednesday evening the President invited reporters up to his Its gone through life with only one initial. to speak, for the very reason

customer rushed out to his car living quarters for what he called "or doves" before takingoff \ The that he has the ability to be .
improved used to have a reputation as a spendthrift. Not now. Under search- President of the United States.
:and ran over his bike. Now he for Atlantic City. "You-all come right up," he said and _
had none, and nothing to trade strode off ahead. Reporters following a moment later ran South he assured Mr. Johnson that he has turned off the neon sign But the times require it and 1

'in for a new one. into a White House guard who wouldn't let them pass. He na drug store. Humphrey, if elected

The customer refused to let said nobody had said anything to him about letting them into\ all hope is will have to adjust to this, as
'her insurance know of the accident the President's quarters. It took a bit of telephoning to get should go President is supporting Bobby Kennedy for senator from New York. well as make an adjustmentto

why I don't know, because the thing straightened out-then they went upstairs and, Faubus was once an immigrant boy himself, coming to this country from Texas the overpowering personality
it was old I guess and through and open bedroom door, saw the President walking goes to but a few old, worn-out votes. of his chief.Humphrey .

didn't seem like much to her.The around in his underwear, in the process of changing his| Virginia began that be- 1
boy pushed the bike two clothes. pected to lives in Virginia, votes in :Massachusetts, runs in New York LBJ fore he was nominated, toning T i

miles to his home and cried tucky is let him be vice president so he could represent all the people, but in his. himself down In what he

all the way. The back wheel Louisiana.The way he's doing pretty well. said and the way he acted

wouldn't roll, so how could he and seeking the support of

deliver his papers? Ninety-one ta tlr1.. Senator House says polls show,the backlash will be more than offset by the "responsible" elements, in
people were depending on him. I well liked lash. They don't mention the eyelash-which is what you lose, by when short the national business
How could he collect his : !ChtJ Even those are wrong. community. But it should be
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route? It was a heavy load t."., fight for noted and not forgotten that

to bear for an elevenyearoldboy. dek tVif tq, : 4'lui snipe at postoffice is having trouble finding lady mail carriers. They don't like this calmer Hubert Huniph

.-" ...< .- ;. ,. The -in that get-up. who could hope to marry. the kale? rey has not yet changed, his
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Carswell II, Hazel- A. Henderson Jr. of Morris Nadine Maxwell enter-

To the Colored wood, N. C., fiance of .Miss Plains, N. J., took place following tained with a luncheon Friday
Nancy Pepper arrived yes- the Sunday morning afternoon in her home to honor
: f terday to attend the prenuptial service of the Holy Trinity Mrs. Willis Barnhill, and her
f I L Y
festivities preceding Episcopal Church. Rev. Earle daughter; Alison Jane Barnhill,
News
items for this should be submitted to
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their marriage which is to Page rector officiated.The both of DeLand.An .
526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not
ville Sun office.COMPLETES take place at 8 p.m. Friday baby is the paternal arrangement of red roses
in the First Presbyterian grandchild of Mr. and Mrs decorated the table.
Church. The bridegroom J. A. Henderson and the ma-
Assisting the hostess in the
STUDIES Church with Rev. Alex elect was accompanied by ternal grandchild of Col.: hospitalities were Mrs. P. W.
ATLANTA, Ga. Nathaniel son, pastor, on Thursday at his mother, Mrs. John Ru- and Mrs. L. E. Schoonmaker. Lucius and Mrs. Kayde Warf.

Clark 310 NW Eighth St., p.m. ? dolph Carswell, and his father Mrs. Barnhill, the former
Gainesville, has completed a will arrive later this week. The Hendersons Jr. and 'Miss Lou Nita McLeran of
summer's study in the teachingof e their Gainesville
INDUCTED INTO ARMY daughters, Trac- and her daughter
developmental and corrective Mr. and Mrs. Don Beatty ey Leigh, Kay and Lynn, have returned to DeLand aftera
reading In a program designed Tom Fayson Jr., son of : and baby daughter, Susan, are houseguests of Mr. Hen- short visit here.
to improve reading instruction and Mrs. Tom Fayson Sr., will spend Labor Day week dersons' parents.
at Lincoln High School inducted into the United end with the former's parents Among those attending the
where he will teach this fall. Army on Aug. 18 and is Mr. and Mr*. Charles christening were Mr. and i
He was one of seven teachers ed at Ft. Gordon Ga. WE GOT
Beatty of Fort' Lauderdale. Mrs. Edward Lee of Savannah I I
from Florida who participatedin and the Schoonmakers1son
the Ford Foundation and send
CONTINUES ILL
service for Tra- Colson and Mrs. Schoon-
Christening
Southern Association of Collegesand ville
Leigh Henderson, maker Camden, Ark who SO BIG'CAUSE
Schools program at Atlanta Mrs. Margaret Finley 1. cey
University.One tinues ill at her home. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. have been visiting his parents -

of 53 participants from are asked to visit her. Mrs. WE

the 11 states covered by the D. Shannon, reporter.CONVALESCING ._
CalendarOf (Advertisement) I CHARGE SO LIHLt
Southern Association Mr. Clark
studied developmental read I i Now Many Wear rent a car from t

ing the theory and practice involved FALSE TEETH f \
in diagnosing correctingand I Mrs. Anna Gainous, of EventsTODAY .CONO-C--f/
remedying reading difficul- Lewis L St., Jacksonville, who With Little Worry,
ties the of audio visual ill reported EAt. talk laugh or sneeze without jin'ssn*
use was as fear of Insecure false teeth dropping
materials, and outlined a pro- Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. September 1 hOlds slipping or wobbling. rA3TEETH 'i Cas. Oil. Insurance AH Included
plates ftrmer and more eomfortably.Thls NO DROP CHARGETO
posed reading program for his Reception by College of Ed- pleasant powder has no
|ummy.gooey,pasty taste JAX AIRPORT
school. ucation faculty and their wivesto Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline::: OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL -
The $125,000 Ford Foundation PERSONALS (non-acid). Checks late odor"denture
honor new members of ( breath .
) Get PASTEETH at Phone FR 6-3644
grant used to underwrite the drug counters everywhere.
faculty and wives 8 to 10:30:
reading is part of the Rev. and Mrs. R. Sams
program Student Service Center.
Aria Wesley, all of ! p.m.
Foundation the
support the gives
educational -motored to Lakeland, Ft. University Lutheran ChurchWomen
Southern Association for its MR. 4 %
improvement projects. I and Bartow recently and 8 p.m., Mrs. Ruth
.with relatives of Mrs. Sams.I Johnson hostess, 1200 SW 14th
MEETING SET I Miss Catherine Wilcox of Avenue..
The Home Mission Society of asota was at Williston < Gethesamane L u the ran
the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church relatives and friends.Mr. Church Women, 8 pm., Mrs. 4'/2 %
will meet at the church on Wed and Mrs. Percy Maryann Williams, 2839 NE Dividends Are
5 Rev. L. A. of Chipley are at Tenth Drive hostess.
nesday at p.m. ; n d
Ladies Guild of First Luth- "Finger
Tillman, pastor; Mrs. BessieD visiting with relatives. I
Barbara Bessie Mae Wesley reporter.Mrs. eran Church 8 p.m., Parish Licking"Good
i x o n, president;
Brooks, reporter. Annie B. Bristol of Hall, Rachel Circle as host !rI

Palm Beach is here visiting Cal- esses. I Save
SPECIAL SERVICES mother Mrs. Miley Mr. First Presbyterian Womenof
There will be special servicesat and other relatives and the Church: 3 p.m., Circle RegularlyAt
8, Mrs. J. Walter Davis TheG.
the Mt. Olive Primitive Bap- Eight relatives of Mrs. F. on, I :
tist Church on Sunday on behalfof Shannon from Macon Ga., I church parlors; 7:30 p.m.Cir- M, B. L.
cle 12, Mrs. Avis R. Nolen
Choir No.1. sponsored by recently for their home after of i
and Mrs. Bessie H. Daane
Mrs. Roxwell Golstin. pleasant visit here. Mrs. ., ,
During the services, Rev. E. non wishes to thank her church parlors; 8 p.m., Circle I
B. Duncan of Lawtey will be the for making their visit an the 10, Mrs. A. E. Harp and i GainesvilleMutual
Mrs. Harry Clark foimer'shome
the occas able
principal speaker on one.
314 NE 5th Avenu-i.
Mrs. Ona M. Pyles is I !
ion.The public is invited. with her relatives and friends ) WEDNESDAY, September 2 I I

4 New York City. Mrs. F. Kappa Kappa ,Gamma : Building & LoonAssociation

PROGRA.'tThe Shannon reporter. her Alumnae Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. i
MUSICAL wide Gospel Chorus Miss Mary Jones and Herbert Schweyer 1113 NW 217 N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6771
of
City Millie Wilson, both of Ft. 13th Avenue. i
will present a musical programat derdale sightseeing
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the New Salem Baptist Gainesville yesterday.Mrs. n d
Church on Saturday at 8 p.m. Willie Mae Glass

The public is invited. Levi yesterday for Macon, Ga., ,
Griffin president; Mrs. H. G. cause of business. She will forget -
Qont
Shuman sponsor; Mrs. P. L.
away for several days. I Ga., i i
Scott reporter. Mrs. Jane Maxey returned k't I and 1 .
the University City tE

NOTICE i from Philadelphia, Pa.,
JOE LAPCK'Sscore
The Juvenile Lodge No. 113Pear she was visiting with her i
\ the home of Misses Joyce, ter, Mrs. E. M. James and s s
lie and Willette Scott, at Arre- er relatives for the past d s,
donda. For transportation meetat weeks. of
the home of Mrs. P. L. Scott Mrs. Maggie Roberts, C. high
of 614 S.W. 3rd St., at 2:30 p.m. nected with the St. II
The cars will leave at 2:45: p.m. Public School System, who
The dues are to be paid in full been here for sometime, hon i
at the meeting. Miss A. L. Simmons ly left where she has begun I allcounsy

president; Mrs. P. I*. work. : i
Scott, conductress and reporter. San r
REVIVAL MEETINGThe y/ l I

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communities for skilled ;: : J a .T
craftsmen in the vocational and of \ l f 17 $4 I
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technical areas Hampton ; s s. II
ior College of Ocala, has included 1
in its curriculum a wide and of I
extensive vocational and technical Cor- II
program to train individualsto
fill the vacancies needed by I y

Industry. Re- I
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United States indicated that the J '
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individuals to fill these vacancies :( AU boy s and men s sns)
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UN Hamstrings the U.S. ,' a Farce for Commuists .: Ii s


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CHAPTER 10 (END) I *, .*" 1 t.

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

I- so that readers can make their own appraisal of the candidate and compare his views in 1960 with his
Support of the United Nations, our leaders earnestly proclaim statements today. Our publication of this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapprovalof

is one of the cornerstones of, American foreign policy.I Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva- TheCONSCIENCE

confess to being more intersted in whether American tive" is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc.
foreign policy has the support of the United Nations.

I Here, again, it seems to me that our approach to foreign

affairs suffers from: a confusion in objectives., Is the perpetuation Hungary proved this truth, and Poland has proved that with impunity. We must protect American nationals and

't of an international debating forum; for its own dissident Communists learned it. Western leaders, unfortunately American property and American honoreverywhere.We .

f sake, the primary objective of American policy? If so, were much less perceptive. In the Fall of 1956, may not make foreign peoples love us-no nation has OF

there is much to be said for our past record of subordinating there appeared to be a breach between Gomulka's govern- ever succeeded in that-but we can make them respect us.

our national interest to that of the United Nations.If ment and the Kremlin. Many Westerners joyfully proclaimedthat And respect is the stuff of which enduring friendships and

on the other hand, our primary objective is victoryover Poland was pulling away from Communism, and hoping firm alliances are made.

Communism, we will, as ,a matter of course, view such to hasten this movement, our government began to send the 6. We should adopt a discriminating fore'aid policy.

organizations as the UN as a possible means to that end. Gomulka regime American aid. The succeeding years wit- American aid should be furnished only to friendly antiCommunist A CONSERVATIVE
Once the question is asked-Does America's participation nessed two facts: 1. Our money made it easier for Gomulka's
nations that are willing to join with us in the
in the United Nations help or hinder her struggle against regime to deal with its economic problems; 2. Gomulka struggle for freedom. Moreover, our aid should take the I

world Communism-it becomes clear that our present com- moved into an even closer relationship with the Soviet government form of loans or technical assistance, not gifts. And we.should ;
mitment to the UN deserves re-examination. Gomulka knew, as American policy-makers oughtto
insist moreover that such nations contribute their fair shareto
The United Nations we must remember, is in part a have known, that the price of abandoning Communismis the common cause. By SEN. BARRY GOLDWATERThe

Communist organization. The Communists always have at a Budapest-type blood bath.This 7. We should declare the world Communists movement an

least one seat in its major policy-making body the Security of course need not be the case where America outlaw in the community of civilized nations. Accordingly

-Council; and the Soviet Union's permanent veto power in prepared to come to the aid of people who want to strike we should withdraw diplomatic recognition from all Com-
that !body allows the Kremlin to block any action, on a substantial out for freedom. But as long as we give Soviet military
munist governments including that of the Soviet Union, there-
issue, that is contrary to its interests. The Commun- forces a free hand in Eastern Europe, it is the height of notice
by serving on the world that we regard such governments
,ists also have a sizeable membership in the UN's other poli- folly to try to bribe Communist governments into becomingour as neither legitimate nor permanent. leading conservative thinker

cy-making body the General Assembly. friends. 8. We should encourage the captive peoples to revolt
Moreover, the UN's working staff, the Secretariat, is manned We must realize that the captive peoples are our friends their
against Communist rulers. This policy must be pur-
by hundreds of Communists agents who are frequently and potential allies-not their rulers. A truly offensiveminded -
in calls for
sued with caution and prudence, as well as courage. For politics today a new
in a position to sabotage those few UN policies that are strategy would recognize that the captive peoples are our while our enslaved friends must be told we are anxious to
to Communist interests. number of in the against Communism, and would
contrary Finally, a great strongest weapon war help them, we should discourage premature uprisings that
non-Communist United Nations are sympathetic to Soviet encourage them to overthrow their captors.A domestic
: have to
of
no chance success. The freedom fighters must under- approach problems
aims-or, at best, are unsympathetic to ours. policy of strengthening their captors can only postponethat stand that the time and place and method of such upris
We. therefore should not be surprised that many of thepolicies upheaval within the Communist Empire that is our best
ings will be dictated by the needs of an overall world
that emerge from the deliberations of the United hope of defeating Communism without resorting to nuclearwar. strategy.To and cold tear ,strategy.

Nations, are not policies that are in the best interest of the this end
we should establish close liaison with under-
United States. United Nations is the
policy necessarily ground leaders behind the Iron Curtain, furnishing them with
product of many different views some of them friendly,
Toward VictoryBy printing presses, radios, weapons instructors: the paraphernalia -
of them indifferent to of them
some our interests some '
of a full-fledged Resistance. ..
hostile. And the result is that national interests i +
mortally our
measuring each aspect of our foreign policy againstthe 9. We should encourage friendly peoples that have the ..
when subordinate to theUN's.
suffer policy
usually we our own
standard-Is it helpful in defeating the enemy-we can means and desire to do so to undertake offensive operationsfor

understand why the past fourteen years have been marked the recovery of their homelands. For example should a
In in which have called the '
nearly every case we upon by frustration and failure. We have not gotten ahead be- revolt occur inside Red China we should encourage .and I
United Nations to do our thinking for us, and to make our
a.
cause we have been traveling the wrong road.It support guerilla operations on the mainland by the Free
for us-whether the Korean War in the
during or
policy is easy to stake out the right road. For in terms of Chinese. Should the situation develop favorably, we should
Suez crisis, or following the revolution in Iraq-we have beena I
our own experience it is a new road we seek, and one there- encourage the South Koreans and the South Vietnamese to
less effective foe of Communism than otherwise might
we fore that will hold challenges and perils that are different join Free Chinese forces in a combined effort to liberatethe

have been. (through hardly graver) from those with which we are now enslaved peoples of Asia. Q
America the Communists do not the UN
Unlike respect familiar. ,Actually, the "new" road is as old as human 10. We must-ourselves be prepared to undertake military
and do not permit their policies to be affected by it. If the
history; it is the one that successful political and military operations against vulnerable Communist regimes. As-
_" (' "opionion of mankind, as reflected by a UN resolution, leaders, having arrived at a dispassionate "estimate of the sume we have developed nuclear weapons that can be usedin

goes against them, they-in effect-tell: mankind to go fly a situation" always follow when they are in a war they meanto land warfare, and that we have equipped our European f
with would rather be than succeed -
Not
: Kite. so us; we approved
in East-
win. divisions accordingly. Assume also a major uprising
and so are likely to adjust our own views to conform From our own estimate of the situation we know the di ern Europe such as occurred in Budapest in 1956. In sucha

: with a United Nations majority. This is not the way to win rection we must take; and our standard-Is it helpful in de- situation, we ought to present the Kremlin with an ul-

the Cold War. feating Communism-will provide guideposts all along the timatum forbidding Soviet intervention, and be prepared, if
Communism will not be beaten by a policy that
I repeat:
way. There are some that can be observed even now: the ultimatum is rejected, to move a highly mobile task
Us: the common denominator of the foreign policies of 80- 1. The key guidepost is the Objective, and we must never force equipped with appropriate nuclear weapons to the
-udd nations of which are our enemies, nearly all of
some lose sight of it. It is not to wage a struggle against Com scene of the revolt. .
which are less determined than we to save the world from *
munism, but to win it. Our objective would be to confront the Soviet Union with
Communist domination. Let us, then, have done with submitting 2. Our strategy must be primarily offensive in nature. superior force in the immediate vicinity of the uprisingand
forum where the opinions
major policy decisions to a Given the dynamic, revolutionary character of the enemy's to compel a Soviet withdrawal. An actual clash between
cestors and staked their "lives fortunes and
with where the openly proudly ,
Sultan of Yeman count equally ours;
f the
H> win trying'to hold our own. American and Soviet armies would be unlikely the mere
by ;
challenge, we cannot merely "
sacred honor. Will do less to ?
of the United States can be canceled out by the likes we save our country
-vote In addition to paring his blows, we must strike our own. threat of American action, coupled with the Kremlin's know
.lof The risks I speak of are risks on our terms, instead of
) "Byelorussia.
In addition to guarding our frontiers, we must try to puncturehis. ledge that the fighting would occur amid a hostile popula-
several other aspects of our UN com- on Communist terms. We not they would select the time
troubled ,
,
I by
j : am In addition to keeping the free world free, we must try tion and could easily spread to other areas, would probably
and for test of wills. We would have
place a not they
i mitment. ,
to make the Communist world free. result in Soviet acceptance of the ultimatum.The I
Cold War interests are the to bring maximum to bear that
First-and here again our opportunity strength on
To these ends, we must always try to engage the enemyat Kremlin would also be put on notice of course that
forum for test. not would have to decide between
unique
damaged-the United Nations provides a They we, fightingfor
times and places and with weapons, of our own choosing. resort to long-range bombers and missiles would prompt
Communist propaganda. We too of course, can voice our 3. We must strive to achieve and maintain military automatic retaliation in kind. On this level, we would invite limited objectives under unfavorable circumstances or
views at the UN? but the Communists' special advantage backing down. And these are immense advantages.The .
superiority. Mere parity will not do. Since we can never the Communist leaders to choose between total destructionof
'is that their lies and misrepresentations are elevated to the match the Communists in manpower, our equipment and the Soviet Union, and accepting a local defeat Had future, as I see it, will unfold along one of two

I level of serious international debate. By recognizing the rightof weapons must more than offset his advantage in numbers.We we the will and the means for it in 1956, such a policy paths. Either the Communists will retain the offensive; will
Communist regimes to particpate in the UN as equals, lay down challenge after another will invite in local i
one us
must also develop a limited war capacity. For this latter would have saved the Hungarian Revolution.This ;
and by officially acknowledging them as "peace-loving, we purpose we should make every effort to achieve decisive is hard counsel. But it is hard, I think, not for whatit crisis after local crisis to choose between all-out war and

grant Communist propaganda a presumption ,of reasonableness superiority in small, clean nuclear weapons. says, but for saying it openly. Such a policy involvesthe limited retreat; and will force us, ultimately to surrenderor

and plausibility it otherwise would not have. 4. We must make America economically strong. We have risk of war? Of course; but any policy short of surrender accept war under the most disadvantageous circum-

Second, the UN places an unwarranted financial burden on already seen why economic energy must, be released from does that. Any policy that successfully frustrates the stances. Or we will summon the will and the means for taking ;

the American taxpayer. The Marxist formula, "from: each government strangulation if individual freedom is to survive. Communists' aim of world domination runs the risk that the initiative, and wage a war of attrition against them ;

according to his ability ."-under which contributions to Economic emancipation is equally imperative if the nationis the Kremlin will choose to lose in a kamikaze-finish. It is -and hope thereby, to bring about the internal disinte-

the UN and its specialized agencies are determined-does to survive. America's maximum economic power will hard counsel because it frankly acknowledges that war may gration of the Communist empire.

1 not tally with the American concept of justice. The United United be forged, not under buraucratic direction, but in freedom. be the price of freedom, and thus intrudes on our national One course runs the risk of war, and leads, in any case, ;,

States is currently defraying roughly a third of all 5. In all of our dealings with foreign nations, we must complacency.But to probable defeat. The other runs the risk of war, and
should be drastically ret -
: Nations expenses. That assessment behave like a great power. Our national posture must is it really so hard when it goes on to search for the holds forth the promise of victory. For Americans who cher-

duced. The UN should not operate as a charity. Assess- reflect strength and confidence and purpose, as well as good most likely means of safeguarding both our lives and our ish their lives but their freedom more the choice cannotbe
received by the
ments should take into account the benefits will. We need not be bellicose, but neither should we encour- freedom? Is it so hard when we think of the risks that difficult. I

J contributor-nation. age others to believe that American rights can be violatedKennedy were taken to create our country?-risks on which our an- THE END
.1. Finally I fear that our involvement in the United Nations
'. surrender of American -
unconstitutional
may be leading to an
sovereignty. Many UN activities have already made Sees

P" strong inroads against the sovereign powers of Member Na- Due NominationFor World Johnson to Get
to discuss the merits
tions. This is neither the time nor place

;:jpi yielding sovereign American rights-other than to record Famine In


''V*\\-my It unequivocal is both the opposition time and to place the idea.however to insist that any N.Y. Senatorial Race Labor Chiefs' OK ,

within the framework! a proposed .
.. such discussion take place - -- - Ten YearsCHICAGO
constitutional amendment-and not, clandestinely m
a
I the headquarters of some UN agency. WASHINGTON (AP) New!block Kennedy's nomination. now by Lesinski, who like Din AP) A world WASHINGTON (AP) AFL- labor federation refrained from I

I 1 Withdrawal from the United Nations is probably not York Democrats prepared today gell is the son of a former con- famine striking "hundreds- of CIO leaders are expected to predicting endorsement of Johnson n
number of reasons that Michigan's. 16th District, on
to these problems. For a in advance of the Executive i
the answer to hand Gen. Robert gressman.The millions or even billions of Kaman some 12 million union
urge
thatthe Atty. 11
make however, the outskirts of Detroit
-course is unfeasible. We should sure Reps. Council and General Board !
nature of our commitment is such as to advance Amer- F. Kennedy their senatorial John Lesinski of Dearborn and term backlash is used to beings" is near, a scientist- members today to vote for meeting, there was no reason to ,}

1 ican interests; and that ,will involve changes in some of our nomination while, in Michigan, John Dingell of Detroit squaredoff designate white opposition to economist warned today. President Johnson in Novem- doubt endorsement would be If

present attitudes and policies toward the UN. f two Democratic congressmen in a battle brought about by Negro civil,rights gains. "It will be the most colossal forthcoming. ;

Let the UN firsters of whom for there"international are many coopera-in thisountryput clashed in a primary expectedto reapportionment of Michigan's In statewide primary con catastrophe in history,", ber.While spokesmen for the big AFL-CIO President George i

their enthusiasm test the potency of the white congressional seats. declared Dr. Raymond Ewell, has said he believes the
Let them understand that victory :tests, three Republicans were Meany t
tion" in perspective. vice president for research
proper backlash.
,
before the achievement ,trying for the senatorial nomination ,Republican candidate, Sen. Barry I
must come neither stressed civil
Communism Although
State
of
over University New York at'
word keep their eyes on to run against Democratic Sgt. York Goldwater, wants to see the }I')
{ of lasting peace. Let them in a Kennedy 38, was considered rights, the issue became an Buffalo.
the target. virtually certain to win the nod inevitable part of the campaignwhen Sen. Philip A. Hart in labor movement eliminated.I

at the state Democratic conven- Lesinski voted against the November.Gov. Such a famine in Asia, Africa Union officials down the line
and South America by the 1970s Very Grave have been pelting Goldwater in
tion to oppose Republican Sen. 1964 Civil Rights Act-the only
Aid to Communist Governments George Romney, seeking and later seems almost inevitable their speeches statements and I
Kenneth B. Keating, 64. Rep. Northern Democrat to do so. his second term
was expected -
publications.A .
as expanding population out NASHVILLE Tenn. (AP) -
of that is offensivemindedin Samuel Stratton however, con The district is approximately to win
There is one aspect our policy an easy primary food
\ the minds of its authors, anyway. Its effect unfortunately tinued to wage what most ob- 90 per cent white and most of victory over George Higgins.The the strips American production Chemical, he told Doctors watching Sgt. Alvin union official who usuall I

is exactly opposite to the'one intended. servers saw as a futile battle to it has been represented until Democratic nominee, Rep. Society. York's latest battle with death votes Republican, Maurice A. 1

\ Some time ago our leaders advanced the theory that Communist Neil F. Staebler, is unopposed.The Dr. Ewell said the only immediate -reported early today the 76- Hutcheson, president of the I
with help, gradually Medal of Honor winner United Brotherhood of Carpenters I
satellite regimes would, our step open to avert it is year-old
break their ties with the Soviet Union and evolve poA.tical Peace Corps Work New York contest marks for the United States and Eu- remained in "very grave" con- already has endorsed ,

systems more in keeping with our notions of freedom and Kennedy's first bid for elective rope to make outright Good Samaritan dition. Johnson.

I Accordingly, America adopted the policy of giving aid office. He has moved to New gifts of millions of tons J
justice Made Them Members of the family waitedat Hutcheson, a member of both
to Communist governments whose relations with Moscow Young AgainWhen York after living in Virginiaand of fertilizers to increase local the AFL-CIO Executive Council
the bedside of the hero of
seemed to be strained. And that policy gave birth to a slogan voting in Massachusetts, food yields. and the General Board, told the
of enslaved peoples-not SAN BRUNO but members of his family have World War I, who doctors said
. "America ,seeks the liberation Calif. (AP) they arrived in the city President in letter this was
resided in New York for The deadine even for suc- was suffering from an acute urinary a
by revolution but through evolution. An American digging a hole of 112,700 located at 9,000 feet years. the first time he had endorseda
Under the aegis of this slogan, we are sending hundreds makes more friends than foreign in southern Peru there was ceeding this way is only a few tract infection. York has
Democratic candidate.
"of millions of dollars to the Communist government of Poland aid, says the oldest couplein little water no bathrooms no Republicans, at the state years away he said. been hospitalized 11 times in the

having already given more than a billion dollars to the Peace Corps after a 20- sewers, and no schoolhouse. committee meeting' Mondaythat Birth control is the ultimate past two years. Sources close to the AFLCIOtop

Communist, government of Yugoslavia.In month assignment in the Peru. "We started out on the ground renominated Kea t i n g, answer, Dr. Ewell said: but its echelon said sentiment for a
the
view, this money has not only been wasted; it hast vian slums. under the only tree in our bar made clear that the "carpet effects on the food-population The old soldier bedridden strong endorsement of Johnsonis
my made bagger" issue would be a major problem will be slow. Unless since 1954 killed 25 Germansand
It has not
"positively promoted the Communist cause. Chester Wiggins, 67, a former dada, said Mrs. Wiggins of her unanimous.
Communist governments less Communist. has not caused construction engineer and his class of 75 children. "Then we weapon against Kennedy, birth control is applied, however captured 132 others in the "It's net that they are so com-;
sides in the Cold War. found without roof who is expected to resign later the famine would still come Argonne Forest in France in
Communist governments to change wife Barbara, 65, a teacher, returned a building a ; pletely in love with Johnson but
, ,j It has made it easier for Communist governments to keep home Monday and are then we moved into one with a this week from President Johnson's regardless of boosts in food production 1918. that they are so strongly against

heir subjects enslaved. And none of these results should awaiting their Peace Corps dis- door; and finally with a loan Cabinet he said. Goldwater," said one informed

have come as a surprise.One charge. from the Peruvian 'government GOP presidential candidate By present trends, **it seems Help for Cuba source. ,
( does not have to take the view that a Communist to the city we got a regular likely that the famine will reach
Their assignment was to help Barry Goldwater wound six
"evolve" into a non-Communist one (though schoolhouse." up serious proportions in India,
will never MIAMI AP-Havana Radio
Tegime some of the poor people of Are- days of cruising off the Califor- ( i
1 j I tend to it) in order to see that this is practically impossible quipa. Wiggins helped put up some nia coast Monday. He plannedto Pakistan and China in the early said today the Soviet Union has Ejects Safely

as long as the Soviet Union possesses the military 500 water tanks, over 3,000 cesspools 1970s followed by Indonesia, agreed to nrovide Cuba with six
.and political power to prevent it. The Kremlin may for its "We've made "more friends 300 new homes, and 150 kick off his presidential cam Iran Turkey, Egypt and several: million worth of electric KEY WEST (AP) -A Marine'
than aid ever got, they said. paign in Prescott Ari%., on pesos
pilot ejected safely before
Monday
other -
t purposes, permit certain "liberalization" tendencies in new bathrooms as well as a countries within a few installations radio equipmentand
atellite own countries; it may even permit small deviations from "We lived in a, barriada, a modern nursery 'in the $30,000 Thursday. I years, and then followed by drydock facilities. his F8E Crusader jet fighter : \

f the approved Soviet foreign policy line. squatter's settlement" added school Goldwater's opponent, President -most of the other countries. crashed near the Marquesas \

j : It will do so sometimes to confuse the West, sometimes as Wiggins. "There are about 57 "All those little aches and Johnson returned to the I,Asia Africa and Latin Americaby The broadcast, monitored in Keys about 26 miles west of *

(li air 'dent.means of relieving internal pressures. But it will barriadas in Arequipa and all 55 pains I had before I left-why ,capital Monday night after a 1980," Dr. Ewell predicted. Miami, referred to the deal as Key West.

never let things go too far. Hungary proved that The moment Peace Corps volunteers lived in down there I didn't take the long weekend in Texas. Population in these areas will trade agreements. It did not Capt. David E. Downing, 32,

a Communist government threatens to become a non- them. slightest bit of notice of them," I increase by about one billion say what the Soviets were Laurel Bay, S. C., was picked 1

; t Cbmmunist one, or threatens to align itself with the West Their little room attracted the said his gray-blonde wife. "The Johnson is expected to open persons in 20 years, but food promised in return for their up unhurt by a rescue helicopI

! against the Soviet Union the Kremlin will take steps to bring curious who came by each- dayto only pain I've got is a little his election drive with a Labor output has not been increasing, "fraternal and disinterested aid ter from the Key West Naval I

i the'defecting government into line. peer in and watch. ache to get going again." ;,Day speech in Detroit he said. I to Cuba. Air Station. *.

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I CalendarOF Newlyweds Make. UIOfl'IEfl f m ABOUT PEOPLEJohn Luncheon Deland VisitorsMrs. Fetes

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EventsTODAY New Home HereMr. Carswell II, Hazelwood Bedes, baptised Chantelle at Nadine Maxwell enter

N., C., fiance of Miss the morning family service.

t Reception, September by College 1 of Ed- and Mr. Robert Monroe Tt| | Nancy Pepper arrived yesterday I Mrs. Carroll, the former Regina afternoon tained with in a her luncheon home to Friday honor

ucation faculty and their wivesto Hyatt Jr. are now at home in:I jc4c ? f miL Y. to attend 'the prenuptial -I Johnson, and Mr. Carr I Mrs. WilUs Barnhill, and her

honor new members of Gainesville following their wed. festivities precedingtheir oll, entertained their families daughter, Alison Jane Barnhill,

faculty and wives, 8 to 10:30 ding, which took place on Aug. I Ruth Weimer Women's Editor marriage, which is to and godparents of the baby i both of DeLand.
I j, p.m. Student Service Center. ust 8 at St. Mary's Catholic frfc S take place at 8 I at a luncheon after the service I An arrangement of red roses
p.m. Fridayin
; S S. decorated
Church the table.
S University Lutheran Church Rockledge. Father 4 t
Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. Ruth James Holway of St. Patrick's the First PresbyterianChurch. S S 5 Assisting the hostess in the

Johnson hostess, 1200 SW 14th College Thurles, County Tipper I Luncheon The bridegroom hospitalities were Mrs. P. W.
Avenue. ary Ireland, officiated at the Fetes elect was accompanied by Mrs. Vivien Rariden Kes- Lucius and Mrs. Kayde Warf.

Gethesamane L u the ran double ring ceremony. his mother; Mrs. John Ru- terson assumed her new posi- Mrs. Barnhill the former

Church Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. The bride, formerly Miss dolph Carswell. His father tion as administrative assist Miss Lou Nita McLeran of

Maryann Williams, 2839 NE Alice Ruth Young of Gaines will arrive later this week. ant to Dr. John L. Hummer Gainesville, and her daughterhave
: Tenth Drive, hostess. ville, is the daughter of Mr. Nancy Pepper returned to DeLand aftera
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I Ladies Guild of First Lutheran and Mrs. M. Julian Young of C C director of the GENESYS pro- short visit here.WE .

Church, 8 p.m., Parish Cocoa and the bridgroom i: the f gram, an extension of the Un-
Mr. and
J I Hall, Rachel Circle as host- son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mar- Among the pre nuptial cour Seated with the honor. guest Mrs. Don Beatty iversity of Florida College of
esses. ienthal of Cocoa. I tesies honoring Miss Nan>r her and baby daughter, Susan, Engineering at Cape Kennedy -
were mother and her
j First Presbyterian Women Given in marriage by her Pepper, fiancee of John Cars sister will, spend Labor Day week- I June 15. She is now living GOT

r.. of the Church: 3 p.m., Circle father, the bride wore a white well of Hazelwood, N. C., Mrs..: Mrs. Bill Appleton, Mrs. William end with the former's 'parents at 1540 Surfside Boulevard -

8, Mrs. J. Walter Davis on, gown of silk organza featuring John J. Merrill entertained with; Boltin, Mrs. Harry Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merritt Island.

church parlors; 7:30 p.m..Cir- an embroidered skirt and a ? a luncheon Saturday afternoon I I Mrs. Fred Clayton. Mrs. J. I Beatty of Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Kesterson form- SO BIG
cle 12 Mrs. short train. Her veil of illusion at the Golf and Club. was
Avis R. Nolen L .. Country E. Puckett, Mrs. Frank Miles, : S C erly UF payroll
t and Mrs. Bessie H. Daane, fell from a crown of sequined S :t' ,The U shaped table was dec Mrs. Elmo Jackson Mrs. Clar- supervisor.
church parlors; 8 p.m., Cir- petals, and she carried a white ;4r v, orated in bridal appointments: Christening'service for Tra- 'CAUSE WE

cle 10, Mrs. A. E. Harp and prayer book topped with carnations with an arrangement of white: ence Ayers, Mrs. Marcus Milam cey Leigh Henderson, (Advertisement) I CHARGE SO LITTLE

Mrs. Harry Clark, firmer'shome. and stephanotis.The carnations as the centerpiece. III, Mrs. Asa Cox, Mrs. Ken- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Now Many Wear rent a car from

314 NE 5th Avenue. bride also wore a gold I 1siS A gift of china in her pattern I neth Hodge, Miss Jane Johns A. Henderson Jr. of Morris FALSE TEETH A

WEDNESDAY, September 2 lavaliere, which was worn by : was presented to Miss Pepperby ton, Miss Ann Arnow, Miss Plains, N. J., took place following ..CONOCAfrOlllJ

)I Kappa Kappa Gamma her mother and grandmotherwhen : the hostess, who also gave Mary Pat Milam, Miss Martha the Sunday morning With Little Worry _
Alumnae Club they were married. 4) s 4: her and her mother Mrs. L. Stedman Miss Kit Macdonald Eat laugh 1
8 p.m., Mrs. Nay service of the Holy Trinity fear of t1 or sneeze without --a-
I Herbert Schweyer, 1115 NW Mrs. Joseph B. Doerr, sisterof i Calvert Pepper carnation cor and Miss Karen \\be of Episcopal Church. Rev. Earle slipping Insecure or wobbling.false teeth PASTEETK dropping. i Gas Oil. Insurance All Included

13th Avenue. the bridegroom, was matronof I sages. New York City. Page, rector, officiated.The noioai ortsbly.plates This firmer pleuant and powder more has com no I NO DROP CHARGETO
Gainesville Bridge Club, honor. She wore a geld peau baby is the gummy.gooey pasty taste or feeling JAX AIRPORT
paternal Docsn .
cause nausea.
lf
alkaline :
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. de soie sheath floor length ., -- grandchild of Mr. and Mrs.J. (non-acld). Checks "plate odor" OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL
Gainesville Camellia Socie- dress, matching headpiece and I--- Monroe Hyatt Jr.bride's A. Henderson and the ma- drug<(
ty, 8 p.m., City Utilities Cen- carried a bouquet of bronze and ternal grandchild of Col. ._ I.
I entertained with
ter, Dr. Tom Sheehan, speaker. yellow chrysanthemums. parents and Mrs. L. E. I
Bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy -a reception given at the Rock- '

Univers i t y City Bridge Roberts and Miss Martha ledge Golf and Country Club. er. Schoonmak'I iI I i'I MR. 4 / %
Club 7:30 Danford. They were dressed The wedding cake was cut by The Hendersons I I I4Vz
p.m., Weed Hall, --- -- -
107 NW 15th Terrace. like the matron of honor and Miss Brenda Beauchamp of Co, TODAY, September 1 tess, Gainesville Golf and I their daughters, Trac- II I

St. Michael's Episcopal carried bouquets of bronze and coa. Miss Glenda Nail of Jacksonville -, Family dinner honor ing Country Club. ey Leigh, Kay and Lynn,
Miss Mary Beth Seayof are houseguests of
yellow chrysanthemums.Alvin Mr. Hen
Church Women, 8 at I
the church. Rev.p.m.Warner A. Fischer Jr. cf Cocoa, Ocala, and Miss Marilyn Laz- Miss Nancy Pepper bride- dersons' parents. % I

Stringer, rector, guest speak cousin of the bridegroom was zara of Tampa poured punch. elect of John Carswell II of FRIDAY, September 4 Among those attending the Dividends Are

best man. Ushers were Joe The bride's book was kept by Hazelwood, N.C., 7 p.m.. Mr. Wedding of Miss Nancy Cal- christening were Mr. and j "Finger

er.Lutheran rant, Bradenton; Jay Pfeiffer -Mrs. David Leete of Daytona. and Mrs. Leo J. Thomas, vert Pepper daughter pf Mr. Mrs. Edward Lee of Savan- JThLicking"

Guild and Joseph B. Doerr of Cocoa Rice bags and rose petals 530 NW 23rd. nah and the Schoonmnkers'son I Good!
and Mrs. Louis Calvert
and David Leete of distributed Arlene Davis Pepper '
Day- were by Colson, and Mrs. Schoon-
Meets TonightRachel tona. of St. Petersburg and Diane Buffet supper honor i in g and John Rudolph Cars- maker, Camden, Ark, who I Save

The bride's mother wore a Beauchamp of Cocoa. Miss Carolyn Thomas and her well II, son of Mr. and Mrs. have been visiting his par- RegularlyAt
Circle will be host- I
gown of aqua chiffon with white The newlyweds, who honey fiance, Maurice L. Goldsmith John Rudolph Carswell of ents. The
for the social hour following -
esses the meet- accessories and an orchid corsage -mooned in South Florida and following wedding rehearsal Hazelwood, N. C., 8 p.m., S S G. M. B. L
quarterly and the bridegroom's B iimini i i, have returned to Mrs. Maurice Goldsmith i :
ing of the Ladies Guild of the First Presbyterian Church. :
mother wore a beige lace dress Gainesville, where Mr. Hyatt mother of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. John-
First Lutheran Church tonight following at the
with beige accessories and an is a senior in the. College of Holiday Inn.WEDNESDAY. Reception son and their daughter; Miss '
at 8 in the Parish Hall. Gainesville Golf and Country
orchid corsage. Engineering at the University of Rosemary Johnson, were in I : GainesvilleMutual
This Is a combined meetingof September 2 Club.
Following the ceremony the Florida.m St. Petersburg last weekend I
all circles of the Guild. .
Wedding of Miss Carolyn Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss for the christening ceremonyof i c. ,

Rector to SpeakRev. m. Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Gaye Woodward and her their granddaughter, LesI I -
) fhfr614' Mrs. Sidney Thomas and fiance Raymond Elliott Watson I ley Chantelle Carroll, daughter Building & LoanAssociation
Warner Stringer new ( Maurice L.'Goldsmith of Dem- Mrs. Frank B. Culver of of Mr. and Mrs. William j

rector of St. Michael's Epis- opolis, Ala., son of Mrs. Maurice San Antonio, aunt of the bride : Martien Carroll. Father John 217 N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6.6771

copal Church will be guest Goldsmith, 4 p.m., First -elect,,__._ Gainesville_ ,Golf andLuncheon I G. Clarkson rector of St. 'I_ ,
speaker for the September Mr.; and Mrs. John S.' Tileston announce the birth of a son Presbyterian Church. Reception \"OumryJUD.!:.u "': L.

meeting of the Women cf the on August 24 at the J. Hillis Miller Medical Center. The baby at Fellowship. Hall followed Miss
Mar-
Church Wednesday at 8 p.m. has been named Sidney Vance Tileston. dinner for membersof feting
by (
The meeting will be held! at Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Padgett of Lake Butler are the baby's the and out tha Jane Edwards, bride-elect
church the maternal and Tileston of Gainesvilleis wedding party of Doug Davis, Valdosta. Ga., -
the on MiUwpper grandparents Mrs. Sally of town guests, parents of the Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee and Qonttoyget
Road. the maternal grandmother. bride
hosts Inn.
Holiday Mrs. C. C. Beasley.


I Staff of Life Not for Laurie Jane Tea Ann complimenting Baughan, Miss bride-I SATURDAY, September 5 JOE LAPC)4cIK'Sscore

elect of Lt. George Wayne Luncheon honoring Mi s s

I j. Arnau, 4 to 6 p.m., M r s. Martha Jane Ed war d s,

I ROCK HILL, S. C. (AP) I magine a birthday party with- hardest part" for Laurie is stillto George B. Butler, Mrs. W. fiancee of Doug Davis of

out cake and ice cream, a sch 100! lunchbox without a sand- come. "She'll be different ata Ellis Jones and Mrs. William] Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C.
wich or spaghetti and meat ball:::s without the spaghetti. H. Pierson, at the Butler O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun- high
time when she will want to
For 8-year-old Laurie Car']]penter the "doing without" home, 1722 NW Eleventh can.
be like the other
staff of life takes girls. Road.
no imagina-
Bridal luncheon hon-
tion. It is a necessity. She is a :school and was violently ill. all countsi/
Mrs. Carpenter's s a v big Post nuptial reception I oring Miss Jane Ann Baughan -
celiac victim allergic to "There has never been a
bride-elect of Lt. Geor-
ten in wheat rye and ginf f Hood of tears over not being grace has been that cooking always honoring Mr. and Mrs. Char- / /
of San
'able to eat something someone has been her hobby. "I les E. Rich, 7:30 to 9 p.m., ge Wayne Arnau
"It sounded so simple at' Antonio, immediately following -
by Mr. and. Mrs. Charks A.
I else has," Mrs. Carpenter adds. do love to cook. .thank goodness
first, says, her mother Mrs. I Rich, parents of the bridegroom wedding rehearsal at 11 //
Carolyn Car p nter. "Just The Carpenters believe. "the ," she. says. Gainesville Golf and a.m., Mrs. Albert Love, aunt I

avoid foods containing gluten." S .I ""! .*. f :,'_ 1f"-" Countrv___n_" C1uh.____. of the bride, and Mrs. H. Hus- / Ik
S ;: ton Messer, sister of the
In the five since the
years Informal party to comp 1 i- bride Inn 12:30 nT \
Carpenter family first learned :ff. %!, : men t Miss Nancy Pepper, Holiday p.m.
of Laurie's Mrs. Car-
allergy bride-elect of John Carsw e 11 Wedding of Miss GJor i a
penter has had the "monumental 't< y.; .. task" of for
finding recipes
r and Mrs. Frank Miles, 6 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Burton Moss-
food substitutes her daughter
at their home, 1111 NW 22nd man Woodward, and Raymond -
could digest.
,S Street. Elliott Watson, son of I
"It hit me one day when I
THURSDAY 3 Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson, Coral I
) sat down and realized she could September Gables and R. E. Watsonof I

not have a sandwich," Mrs. Bridesmaids luncheon feting Chicago, 5 p.m., Holy I

Carpenter says.Cookbook Miss Nancy Pepper, bride Trinity Episcopal Church Re-

One Result -to-be of John Carswell II of ception following at the homeof

"Luncheon With Laurie," a Hazelwood, N.C., 12:30 p.m. the bride's parents.
cookbook filled with w h eatI S. Mrs. John R. Carswell, host-

free, rye-free and barley free L_._... (W- I ess Country, Gainesville Club.Rehearsal Golf and .."..::.*X*.".".; ..., .:.::.:"'..<..;;<<''; @*;:'x.-<:: :;';:::..'>.. k\ f\J/j/
recipes is one result. ;';: .
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Mrs. Carpenter says some ::'>
dinner S
honoring \ .
collections of wheat free recipes -
available but her Pepper-Carswell wedding party :.' .
are
.FALD
Mrs. Clark k. ;: ,. ,
Upp of Orlando :
cookbook probably is the first '5 j
aunt of the bride hos- a ; ; ;;-
of its kind. It includes shop &OOOO @ .:4_

ping tips based on personal ex r5t' : .; .". .*:,.., .. :i:: J.r' S:: : All boy.s and men's sizes

perience."I Earl C. May ".. Just'rriYe :::at;?:

found wheat additives in 5'..' + *. S :... Team up with Joe Lapchick's and watch: the points add $ 9 9
several foods that you would I The Representing Equitable Life n.1W@'N ; up in your favor. Cushion support where you need it... 3 .
n't expect-commercial ice Assurance Society .' heel. instep and metatarsal arch. And you're quick as ;
cream, mayonnaise and some I FR 2-3576 :: : ::> a flash on sure.grip soles. Black or white.. i

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I! dogs Her and biggest sausages challenge are out.is Lau" LAURIE PEEKS 8-year-old Laurie Carpenter, who I CHAIN LINK KAPERS for girls score high too! I

rie's lunchbox. It has a casser- Is allergic to rye, barley and wheat, checks up on what her

ole in a widemouth thermos bottle mother Mrs. Carolyn Carpenter, is baking. I''

a tossed salad and mer- HURRICANE "
.I ingue cookies. Easy Way to ,Kill Roaches and Ants -

I Laurie's cookies-baked without .; ,
5- .
r flour-have become a special T5 FENCEProtect .:
treat for neighbor children \ \ 'l.-.r ;;! :A

Laurie's -. \ '. .' .
and also for own AndBeautify
two sisters and one brother. i .5. ,
Refuses Food -S Your Home

1 Mrs. Carpenter says her; : NOW ; I
daughter "has jur' been won-;
,
dcrful about watc: ng her diet;I
I
and refusing offers of food from

friends or strangers. 4 \ I
"It's embarrassing to her to '

sick," Mrs. Carpenter ex .' \) 1
get ''
An girl's and women's sizes I
Laurie
I About a year ago
plains. ..'..;. : J ,.
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THE SUN is serializing Sen. Goldwater's own book, ."Conscience of a Conservative," as a reader service- .i'L oJ

so that readers can make their own appraisal of the candidate and compare his views in 1960 wjjh his --AV
Support of the United Nations, our leaders earnestly proclaim statements today. Our publication of this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapprovalof

is one of the cornerstones of American foreign policy.I Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva- TheCONSCIENCE T

confess to being more interested in whether American tive" is a :Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc.
foreign policy has the support of the United Nations.

Here, again, it seems to me that our approach to foreign

affairs suffers from a confusion in objectives. Is the per- Hungary proved this truth, and Poland has proved that with impunity. We must protect American nationals and

petuation of an international debating forum, for its own dissident Communists learned it. Western' leaders, unfor- American property and American honor everywhere.

sake, the primary objective of American policy? If so, tunately, were much less perceptive. In the Fall of 1956, We may not make foreign peoples love us-no nation has OF

there is much to be said for our past record of subordinating there appeared to be a breach between Gomulka's govern- ever succeeded in that-but we can make them respect us. .

our national interest to that of the United Nations.If ment and the Kremlin. Many Westerners joyfully proclaimedthat And respect is the stuff of which enduring friendships and

on the other hand, our primary objective is victoryover Poland was pulling away from Communism, and hopingto firm alliances are made.
view such hasten this movement, our government began 'to send the
will matter of
Communism, we as a course, 6.
We should adopt a discriminating foreign aid policy.
organizations as the UN as a possible means to that end. Gomulka regime American aid. The succeeding years wit- American aid should be furnished only to friendly, anti- A CONSERVATIVE
Once the question is asked-Does America's participationin nessed two facts: 1. Our money made it easier for Gomulka's
Communist nations that are willing to join with us in the
regime to deal with its economic problems 2. Gomulka
the United Nations help or hinder her struggle against ;
struggle, for freedom. Moreover, our aid should take the
world Communism-it becomes clear that our present com- moved into an even closer relationship with the Soviet government -
form of loans or technical assistance, not gifts. And we should
reexamination.The Gomulka knew, as American policy-makers oughtto
mitment to the UN deserves
insist moreover that such nations contribute their fair shareto
United Nations, we must remember, is in part a have known, that the price of abandoning Communismis the, common cause., By SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER
The Communists always have at a Budapest-type blood bath.
Communist organization.
,
7. We should declare the world Communists movement an
body the Security This, of course, need not be the case where America
least one seat in its major policy-making ,
outlaw in the community of civilized nations. Accordingly, .
Council; and the Soviet Union's permanent veto power in prepared to come to the aid of people who want to strike
should withdraw from all Com-
that body allows the Kremlin to block any action, on a sub- out for freedom. But as long as we give Soviet military we diplomatic recognition ,
munist that of the Soviet Union there-
governments including ,
stantial issue, that is contrary to its interests. The Commun- forces a free hand in Eastern Europe, it is the height of
by serving notice on the world that we regard such
ists also have a sizeable membership in the UN's other poli- folly to try to bribe Communist governments into becomingour govern-
The conservative thinker .
ments neither
friends. as legitimate nor permanent. leading
the General Assembly.
cy-making body, 8. We should revolt
the to
captive peoples
Moreover, the UN's working staff, the Secretariat, is man- We must realize that the, captive peoples are our friends encourage be
their Communist rulers. This must
against policy
pur-
hundreds of Communists agents'who are frequentlyin and potential allies-not their rulers. A truly offensiveminded
ned
by sued with caution and prudence, as well as courage. For in politics today calls for anew
a position to sabotage those few UN policies that are strategy would recognize that the captive peoples are our
while enslaved friends must be told anxious to
our we are
contrary to Communist interests. Finally, a great number of strongest weapon in the war against Communism, and would
help them, we should discourage premature uprisings that
non-Communist United Nations are sympathetic to Soviet encourage them to overthrow their captors.A domestic
have no chance of success. The freedom fighters must under- approach to problems
aims-or, at best, are unsympathetic to ours. policy of strengthening their captors can only postponethat
stand that the time and place and method of such upris-
We therefore should not be surprised that many of the upheaval within the Communist Empire that is our best

policies that emerge from the deliberations of the United hope of defeating Communism without resorting to nuclearwar. strategy.To ings will. be dictated by the needs of an overall world and cold soar strategy.

Nations are not policies that are in the best interest of the .
this end we should establish close liaison with under-
United States. United Nations policy is, necessarily, the
ground leaders behind the Iron Curtain, furnishing them with
product of different views some of them friendly,
many
Toward
VictoryBy printing presses, radios, weapons, instructors: the paraphernalia -
of them
some of them indifferent to our interests, some
of a full-fledged Resistance.
hostile. And the result is that our national interests
mortally measuring each aspect of our foreign policy againstthe 9. We should encourage friendly peoples that have the
usually suffer when we subordinate our own policy to UteUN's. standard-Is it helpful in defeating the enemy-we can means and desire to do so to undertake offensive operationsfor \

understand why the past fourteen years have been markedby the recovery of their homelands. For example, should a 'I'r44
In nearly every case in which we have called upon the frustration and failure. We have not gotten ahead be- revolt occur inside Red China, we should encourage and
United Nations to do thinking for us, and to make our
our cause we have been traveling the wrong road. support guerilla operations on the mainland by the Free
the Korean War in the i
us-whether or
policy for during It is easy to stake out the right road. For in terms of Chinese. Should the situation develop favorably, we should :
Suez crisis, or following the revolution in Iraq-we have beena our own experience it is a new road we seek, and one there- encourage the South Koreans and the South Vietnamese to '

less effective foe of Communism than we otherwise might fore that'' will hold challenges and perils that are different join Free Chinese forces in a combined effort to liberatethe -
'
have been. (though hardly graver) from those with which we are now enslaved peoples of Asia.

Unlike America, the Communists do not respect the UN familiar. Actually, the "new" road is as old as human 10. We must-ourselves be prepared to undertake mili-

and do not permit their policies to be affected by it. If the history; it is the one that successful political and military tary operations against vulnerable Communist regimes. As- &frjJVT

"opionion of mankind," as reflected by a UN resolution, leaders, having arrived at a dispassionate "estimate of the sume we have developed nuclear weapons that can be used

goes against them, they-in effect-tell mankind to go fly a situation," always follow when they are in a war they meanto in land warfare, and that we have equipped our European

kite. Not so with us; we would rather be approved than suc- win. divisions accordingly. Assume also a major uprising in East- ,1

ceed, and so are likely to adjust our own' views to conform From our own estimate of the situation, we know the direction ern Europe, such as occurred in Budapest in 1956. In sucha

with a United Nations majority. This is not the way to win we must take; and our standard-Is it helpful in de- situation, we ought to present the Kremlin, with an ultimatum

the Cold War.I feating Communism-will provide guideposts all along the forbidding Soviet intervention, and be prepared, if

repeat: Communism will not be beaten\by a policy that way. There are some that can be observed even now: the ultimatum is rejected, to move a highly mobile task

is_ the common denominator of the foreign policies ,of 80- 1. The key guidepost is the Objective, and we must never force equipped with appropriate nuclear weapons to the

odd nations, some of which are our enemies,' nearly all of lose sight of it. It is not to wage a struggle against Com- scene of the revolt.

which are less determined than we to' save the world from munism, but to win it. Our objective would be to confront the Soviet Union with *

Communist domination. Let us, then, have done with sub- 2. Our strategy must be primarily offensive in nature. superior force 'in the immediate vicinity of the uprisingand

mitting major policy decisions to a forum where the opinionsof Given the dynamic, revolutionary character of the enemy's to compel a Soviet withdrawal. An actual clash between
"lives fortunes
cestors and staked their and
with where the openly proudly ,
of Yeman count equally ours;
the Sultan challenge, we cannot win merely by trying to hold our own. American and Soviet armies would be unlikely; the mere "
sacred honor. Will do less to our ?
States be canceled out by the likesof we save country
vote of the ,United can In addition to paring his blows, we must strike our own. threat of American action, coupled with the Kremlin's know-
The risks I of risks instead of
terms
speak
are on our ,
"Byelorussia. In addition to guarding our frontiers, we must try to puncturehis. ledge that the fighting would occur amid a hostile popula-
several other of our UN com- Communist terms. We not they would select the time
I am troubled by aspects In addition to keeping the free world free, we must try tion and could easily spread to other areas, would probably on ,
and place for a test of wills. We, not they would have
,
mitment.
to make the Communist world free. result in Soviet acceptance of the ultimatum.The .
First-and here again our Cold War interests are the opportunity to bring maximum strength to bear' on that
To' these ends, we must always try to engage the enemyat Kremlin would also be put on notice, of course, that
Nations unique forum for test. not we would have to decide between fightingfor
United a
provides They, ,
damaged-the
times and places, and with weapons, of our own choosing. resort to long-range bombers and missiles would prompt
Communist propaganda. We too, of course, can voice our 3. We must strive to achieve and maintain military automatic retaliation in kind. On this level, we would invite limited objectives under unfavorable'' circumstances, or
views at the UN? but the Communists' special advantageis backing down. And these are immense advantages.The .
superiority. Mere parity will not do. Since we can never the Communist leaders to choose between total destructionof
that their lies and misrepresentations are elevated to the match the Communists in manpower, our equipment and the Soviet Union, and accepting a local defeat Had future, as I see it, will unfold along one of two

level of serious international debate. By recognizing the, rightof weapons must more than offset his advantage in numbers.We we the will and the means for it in 1956, such a policy paths. Either the Communists will retain the offensive; will

Communist regimes to particpate in the UN as equals" must also develop a limited war capacity. For this latter would have saved the Hungarian Revolution.This lay down one challenge after another; will invite us in local

and by officially acknowledging them as "peace-loving, we purpose, we should make every effort to achieve decisive is hard counsel. But it is hard, I think, not for whatit crisis after local crisis to choose between all-out war and

grant Communist propaganda a presumption of reasonableness superiority in small, clean nuclear weapons. says, but for saying it openly. Such a policy involvesthe limited retreat; and will force us, ultimately, to surrenderor

and plausibility it otherwise would not have. 4. We must make America economically strong. We have risk of war? Of course; but any policy, short of sur- accept war under the most disadvantageous circum-

Second, the UN places an unwarranted financial burden on already seen why economic energy must be released from render, does that. Any policy that successfully frustrates the stances. Or we will summon the will and the means for taking -

the American taxpayer. The Marxist formula, "from each government strangulation if individual freedom is to survive. Communists' aim of world domination runs the risk that the initiative, and wage a war of attrition against them

according to his ability ."-under which contributions to Economic emancipation is equally imperative if the nation the Kremlin will choose to lose in a kamikaze-finish. It is -and hope, thereby, to bring about the internal disinte-

the UN and its specialized agencies are determineddoesnot is to survive. America's maximum economic power will hard counsel because it frankly acknowledges that war may gration of the Communist empire.

tally with the American concept of justice. The United be forged, not under buraucratic direction, but in freedom. be the price of freedom, and thus intrudes on our national One course runs the risk of war, and leads, in any case,

States is currently defraying roughly a third of all United 5. In all of our dealings with foreign nations we must complacency.But to probable defeat. The other runs the risk of war, and

Nations expenses. That assessment should be drastically re- behave like a great power. Our national posture must is it really so hard when it goes on to search for the holds forth the promise of victory. For Americans who cherish -

duced. The UN should not operate as a charity. Assessments reflect strength and confidence and purpose, as well as good most likely means of safeguarding both our lives and our their lives, but their freedom more, the choice cannotbe
received the
should take into account the benefits by will. We need not be bellicose, but neither should we encour- freedom? Is it so hard when we think of the risks that difficult.

contributor-nation. m age others to believe that American rights'can be violated were taken to create our country?-risks on which our an- THE END __
I Finally I fear that our involvement in the United Nations

may be leading to an unconstitutional surrender of American i.

strong sovereignty.inroads against Many the UN sovereign activities powers have of already Member made Na- Kennedy Due NominationFor Sees World Johnson to Get

the meritsof
to discuss
tions. This is neither the time nor place
yielding sovereign American rights-other than to record Famine In


my unequivocal is both the opposition time and to place the idea.It however. to insist that any N. Y. Senatorial RaceWASHINGTON Labor Chiefs' OK I

such discussion take place within the framework of a proposed Ten YearsCHICAGO

constitutional amendment-and not, clandestinely, in
\\1
the headquarters of some UN agency. (AP) New block Kennedy's nomination.In now by Lesinski, who like Din- (AP) A world WASHINGTON (AP) AFL- labor federation refrained from j

Withdrawal from the United Nations is probably not York Democrats prepared today gell is the son of a former con- famine striking "hundreds of CIO leaders are expected to predicting endorsement of Johnson :\1 ;
these problems. For a number of reasons that Michigan's 16th District, on ; in advance of the Executive if
to
the answer to hand Atty. Gen. RobertF. gressman.The millions or even billions of human urge some 12 million union F.
make however, that the outskirts of Detroit 1
is unfeasible. We should sure, Reps. Council and General Board
the course nature of our commitment is such as to advance American Kennedy their senatorial John Lesinski of Dearborn and term backlash is used to economist beings"warned is near, a SCientist-I members today to vote for meeting, there was no reason to I

interests; and that will involve changes in some of our nomination while, in Michigan, John Dingell of Detroit squaredoff designate white opposition to President Johnson in Novem- doubt endorsement would be

present attitudes and policies toward the UN. two Democratic ,congressmen in a battle brought about by Negro civil rights gains.In "It will be the most colossal ber. forthcoming -

Let the UN firsters-of whom there are many in this clashed in a primary expectedto of catastrophe in history,"
"international reapportionment Michigan's statewide primary contests While spokesmen for the big AFL-CIO President George
country-put their enthusiasm for coopera- test the potency of the white. congressional seats. declared Dr. Raymond Ewell, tit
has
three Meany said he believes the
Let them understand that vic Republicans were
tion"t0ry in proper perspective. backlash. vice president for research,
achievementof i for the senatorial nomination Republican candidate, Sen. Bar-
before the trying
over Communism must come Although neither stressed civil State University of New York at!
lasting peace. Let them, in a word, keep their eyes oa Kennedy, 38, was considered rights, the issue became an to run against Demo-, Buffalo. Sgt. York ry Goldwater, wants to see the

the target. virtually certain to win the nod inevitable part of the campaignwhen cratic Sen. Philip A. Hart in I labor movement eliminated. I II

at the state Democratic convention Lesinski voted against the November.Gov. Such a famine in Asia, Africa I Union officials down the line :
and South America the Very Grave have been pelting Goldwater in
by 1970s
Governments to oppose Republican Sen. 1964 Civil Rights Act-the only .
Communist George Romney, seek
Aid to and later seems almost inevitable 'their speeches, statements and
Kenneth B. Keating, 64. Rep. Northern Democrat to do so. 'I.
his second term
fag was ex
publications.A .
as expanding population out- NASHVILLE Tenn. (AP)
-
Samuel Stratton .
however ,
that is offensivemindedin continued The district is approximately
There is one aspect of ourpolicy pected to win an easy primary strips food he told
the minds of its authors, anyway. Its effect, unfor- to wage what most ob- 90 per cent white and most of victory over George Higgins., the American production Chemical, Society. Doctors watching Sgt. Alvin union official who usually i

tunately, is exactly opposite to the one intended. I servers saw as a futile battle to it has been represented until The Democratic nominee, Rep, York's latest battle with death votes Republican, Maurice A.

Some time ago our leaders advanced the theory that Communist Neil F. Staebler. is unopposed, Dr. Ewell said the only immediate -reported early today the 76- Hutcheson, president of the I

satellite regimes would, with our help, gradually J step open to avert it is year-old Medal of Honor winner United Brotherhood of Carpen-

break their ties with the Soviet Union and "evolve" politi- Peace Corps Work The New York contest marks: j for the United States and Eu- remained in "very grave" con- tens, already has endorsed I

cal systems more in keeping with our notions of freedom and Kennedy's first bid for elective: rope. to make outright_ Good.Samaritan dition. Johnson.
Accordingly, America adopted the policy of giving aid office. He has moved to New gifts of millions of tons
justice. Hutcheson member both i
of
a
,
Made Them Members of the waitedat
to Communist governments whose relations with Moscow Young Again York after living in Virginiaand j of fertilizers to increase local family the AFL-CIO Executive Council I
And that birth to a slo- in Massachusetts the bedside of the hero of
seemed to be strained. policy gave voting food yields. !and the General Board told the
,
gan: "America seeks the liberation of enslaved peoplesnotby SAN BRUNO, Calif. (AP) -' When they arrived in the cityof but members of his family have World War I, who doctors said President in a letter this was
evolution." An American resided in New York for The deadine even for succeeding was suffering from an acute uri-
hole
digging
through
revolution-but a 112,700 located at 9,000 feet years. the first time he had endorseda
this are sending hundredsof makes friends this way is only a few nary tract infe.Lion. York has
Under the aegis of slogan, we more than foreign in southern Peru there was Democratic candidate.
millions of dollars to the Communist government of Poland aid, says the oldest couplein little water, no bathrooms, no Republicans, at the state ,years away, he said. I.been hospitalized 11 times in the

having already given more than a billion dollars to the Peace Corps after a 20- sewers, and no schoolhouse."We committee meeting Mondaythat Birth control is the ultimate past two years. Sources close to the AFL-CIO

the Communist government of Yugoslavia.In month assignment in the Peru- started out on the ground renominated K ea tin g, 'answer, Dr. Ewell said, but its top echelon said sentiment for a
old soldier bedridden
my view, this money has not only been wasted; it has vian slums. under the only tree in our bar made clear that the "carpetgger" ,effects on the food-population The strong endorsement of Johnsonis
the Communist cause. It has not made riada issue would be a ma- problem will be slow. Unless since 1954, killed 25 Germansand unanimous."It's .
said
positively promoted Chester Wiggins, 67, a former Mrs. Wiggins of her ; '
in
others the
Communist governments less Communist. It has not caused construction engineer, and his class of 75 children. "Then we jor weapon against Kennedy, birth control is applied, however captured 132 that
the Cold War.It I who is expected to resign later' the famine would still come Argonne Forest in France in not they are so com-
to sides in
Communist governments change wife Barbara, 65, a teacher, re- found a building without a roof; pletely in love with Johnson but
has made it easier for Communist governments to keep turned home Monday and are then we moved into one with a this week from President John- regardless of boosts in food production 1918. that against
they are strongly
so
their subjects enslaved. And none of these results should awaiting their Peace Corps dis- door; and finally, with a loan son's Cabinet. he said., Goldwater," said one informed

have come as a surprise. charge. from the Peruvian government By present trends, "it seems Help for Cuba
GOP candidate source.
7 One does not have to take the view that a Communist Their assignment to to the city, we got a regular presidential likely that the famine will reach
was help Goldwater wound six
regime will never "evolve" into a non-Communist one (thoughI schoolhouse." Barry up serious proportions in India, MIAMI (AP-Havana Radio

tend to it) in order to see that this is practically impossible some quipa.'We've.of the poor people of Are- Wiggins helped put up some days of cruising off the Califor- Pakistan and China in the early said today the Soviet Union has Ejects SafelyKEY

as long as the Soviet Union possesses the militaryand 500 water tanks, over 3,000 cess- nia coast Monday. He plannedto 1970s, followed by Indonesia, agreed to provide Cuba with six

political power to prevent it. The Kremlin may, for its made "more friends pools, 300 new homes, and 150 kick off his presidential cam- Iran, Turkey, Egypt and several million pesos worth of electric: WEST (AP) -A Marine

own purposes, permit certain "liberalization" tendencies in than aid ever got, they said. new bathrooms as well as a paign in Prescott, Ariz.,. on other countries within a few installations, radio equipment; pilot ejected safely Monday be-

satellite countries; it may even permit small deviations from "We lived in a barriada, a modern nursery in the $30,000 Thursday. years, and then followed by and drydock facilities. I fore his F8E Crusader Jet fight.

the approved Soviet foreign policy line. squatter's 'settlement," added school Goldwater's opponent, President most of the other countries of er crashed near the Marquesas

It will do so sometimes to confuse the West, sometimes as Wiggins. "There are about 57 'All those little aches and Johnson returned to the Asia.Africa and Latin Americaby The broadcast, monitored in Keys, about 26 miles west of
of relieving internal But it will barriadas in Arequipa and all 55 Ewell Miami referred to the deal '
: a prudent means pressures. pains I had before I left-why 1980, Dr. predicted. as Key West.

'. never, let things go too far. Hungary proved that. The moment Peace Corps volunteers lived in down there I didn't take the long capital weekend Monday in Texas night after a Population in these areas will trade agreements. It did ,not j Capt. David E. Downing, 32,

'"a;' a Communist government threatens to become a nonCommunist them. slightest bit of notice of them," incre se' by about, one .billion say what the Soviets were: Laurel Bay, .S, C, was pickedup

.*, ,, one, or threatens to align itself with the West Their little room attracted the said his gray-blonde wife. "The Johnson is' expected to open persons in 20 years, but food promised in return for their: unhurt by a rescue helicopter

'against the Soviet Union, the Kremlin will take steps to bring curious who came by .each day. only pain I've got is a little his election drive with a Labor output has. not bees increasing, "fraternal and disinterested 'aid from the Key West Naval '

the defecting government into line. to peer in and watch. ache'to get going again." Day:speech ia De t:- be said., to;Cubi." Air Station.


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UN Hamstrings the U.S.




10 (END) --Aj .. t*,: /
THE SUN is serializing Sen. Goldwater's own book, "Conscience of a Conservative" as a reader serviceso ;.- :. .....} J
that readers can make their own appraisal of the candidate _and compare his views in 1960 wUh his
Support of the United Nations our leaders earnestly proclaim statements today. Our publication of this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapproval

is one of the cornerstones of American foreign policy.I of Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva TheCONSCIENCE
:
confess to being more interested in whether American tive" is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc. .
foreign policy has the support of the United Nations. "

Here again, it seems to me that our approach to foreign i ..
affairs suffers from a confusion in objectives. Is the per- Hungary proved this truth, and Poland has proved that with impunity. We must protect American nationals and

petuation of an international debating forum, for its own dissident Communists learned it. Western leaders unfor- American property and American: honor:-everywhere.

sake, the primary objective of American policy? If so, tunately were much less perceptive. In the Fall of 1956, We may not make foreign peoples love us-no nation has OF

there is much to be said for our past record of subordinating there appeared to be a breach between Gomulka's govern- ever succeeded in that-but we can make them respect us.

our national interest to that of the United Nations.If ment and the Kremlin. Many Westerners joyfully proclaimedthat And respect is the, stuff of which enduring friendships and

on the other hand, our primary objective is victoryover Poland was pulling away from Communism, and hopingto firm alliances are made.
matter of view such hasten this movement, our government began to send the
Communism, we will as a course, 6. should
We adopt aid
a discriminating foreign policy.
organizations as the UN as' a possible means to that end. Gomulka regime American aid. The succeeding years witnessed American aid should be furnished only to friendly anti- A CONSERVATIVEBy
Once the question is asked-Does America's participationin two facts: 1. Our money made it easier for Gomulka's
Communist nations that are willing to join with us in the
hinder her against regime to deal with its economic problems 2. Gomulka
the United Nations help or struggle ;
struggle, for freedom. Moreover, our aid should take the
becomes clear that moved into an even closer relationship with the Soviet
world Communism-it our present com- gov-
form of loans or technical assistance not gifts. And we should
reexamination.The ernment. Gomulka knew, as American policy-makers oughtto
mitment to the UN deserves
insist, moreover that such nations contribute their fair shareto
,
United Nations, we must remember, is in part a have known that the price of abandoning Communismis the common cause. SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER R

Communist organization. The Communists always have at a Budapest-type blood bath. 7. We should declare the ,world Communists movement an
the Security This, of course, need not be the case where America
least one seat in its major policy-making body, outlaw in the community of civilized nations. Accordingly
Council; and the Soviet Union's permanent veto power in prepared to come to the aid of people who want to strike
should withdraw diplomatic recognition from all Com- .
we
that body allows the Kremlin to block any action, on a sub- out for freedom. But as long as we give Soviet military ,
Soviet there-
munist that of the Union
stantial issue, that is contrary to its interests. The Communists forces a free hand in Eastern Europe, it is the height of governments including
notice the world that such
by serving on we regard govern-
also have a sizeable membership in the UN's other poli- folly to try to bribe Communist governments into becomingour ments neither The conservative thinker .
as legitimate nor permanent. leading
friends.We .
cy-making body the General Assembly. 8. We should the captive peoples to revolt
encourage
Moreover, the UN's working staff the Secretariat, is man- must realize that the, captive peoples are our friends
be
must
against their Communist rulers. This policy pur-
ned by hundreds of Communists agents who are frequentlyin and potential allies-not their rulers. A truly offensiveminded -
sued with caution and prudence, as well as courage. For in politics today calls for a new
a position to sabotage those few UN policies that are strategy would recognize that the captive peoples are our
while our enslaved friends must be told we are anxious to
number of strongest weapon in the war against Communism and would
contrary to Communist interests. Finally a great
that
should
help them we discourage premature uprisings
non-Communist United Nations are sympathetic to Soviet encourage them to overthrow their captors.A domestic
have no chance of success. The freedom fighters must under- approach to problemsand
to ours. policy of strengthening their captors can only postponethat
aims-or unsympathetic
at best are
stand that the time and place and method of such upris-
We therefore should not be surprised that many of the upheaval within the Communist Empire that is our best
will be dictated the needs of overall world
ings by an
policies that emerge from the deliberations of the United hope of defeating Communism without resorting to nuclearwar. strategy.To cold war strategy.
that in the best interest of the .
Nations are not policies are under-
this end we should establish close liaison with
United States. United Nations policy is, necessarily, the
them with
ground leaders behind the Iron Curtain furnishing
product of different views some of them friendly,
many
Toward VictoryBy printing presses, radios, weapons, instructors: the paraphernalia -
of them
some of them indifferent to our interests, some
of a full-fledged Resistance.
result is that national interests
And the
hostile. our
mortally measuring each aspect of our foreign policy againstthe 9. We should encourage friendly peoples that have the h 4
usually suffer when we subordinate our own policy to theUN's. standard-Is it helpful in defeating the enemy-we can means and desire to do so to undertake offensive operationsfor \

understand why the past fourteen years have ,been marked the recovery of their homelands. For example, should a
In nearly every case in which we have called upon the by frustration and failure. We have not gotten ahead be- revolt occur inside Red China, we should encourage and
United Nations to do our thinking for us, and to make our
cause we have been traveling the wrong road. support guerilla operations on the mainland by the Free
the Korean War in the
us-whether or
policy for during It is easy to stake out the right road. For in terms of Chinese. Should the situation develop favorably, we should
Suez crisis following the revolution in Iraq-we have beena
or our own experience it is a new road we seek, and one there- encourage the South Koreans and the South Vietnamese to
less effective foe of Communism than we otherwise might fore that will hold challenges and perils that are different join Free Chinese forces in a combined effort to liberatethe

have been. (though hardly graver) from those with which we are now enslaved peoples of Asia.
Unlike America the Communists do not respect the UN familiar. Actually the "new" road is as old as human 10. We must-ourselves be prepared to undertake mili-

and do not permit their policies to be affected by it. If the history; it is the one that successful political and military tary operations against vulnerable Communist regimes. As-

"opionion of mankind," as reflected by a UN resolution leaders, having 'arrived at a dispassionate "estimate of the sume we have developed nuclear weapons that can be used

goes against them, they-in effect-tell mankind to go fly a situation," always follow when they are in a war they meanto in land warfare and that we have equipped our European
kite. Not so with us; we would rather be approved than succeed win. divisions accordingly. Assume also a major uprising in East-

and so are likely to adjust our own' views to conform From our own estimate of the situation we know the di- ern Europe, such as occurred in Budapest in 1956. In sucha eqt

with a United Nations majority. This is not the way to win rection we must take; and our standard-Is it helpful in de- situation, we ought to present the Kremlin, with an ultimatum -

the Cold War.I '' feating Communism-will provide guideposts all along the forbidding Soviet intervention, and be prepared, if
Communism will not be beaten by a policy that .
repeat; way. There are some that can be observed even now: the ultimatum is rejected, to move a highly mobile task
is the common denominator of the foreign policies of 80- 1. The key guidepost is the Objective, and we must never force equipped with appropriate nuclear weapons to the

odd nations, some of which are our enemies nearly all of lose sight of it. It is not to wage a struggle against Communism scene of the revolt.
which are less determined than we to save the world from with *
but to win it. Our objective would be to confront the Soviet Union
Communist domination. Let us, then, have done with sub- 2. Our strategy must be primarily offensive in nature. superior force in the immediate vicinity of the uprisingand

mitting major policy decisions to a forum where the opinionsof Given the dynamic, revolutionary character of the enemy's to compel a Soviet withdrawal. An actual clash between
cestors and staked their "lives fortunes and
with ours where the openly proudly ,
Sultan of Yeman count equally ;
the challenge, we cannot win merely by trying to hold our own. American and Soviet armies would be unlikely; the mere "
sacred honor. Will do less to ?
our
States be canceled out by the likesof we save country
vote of the United can In addition to paring his blows we must strike our own. threat of American action, coupled with the Kremlin's know-
The risks I of risks instead of
"Byelorussia. In addition to guarding our frontiers, we must try to puncturehis. ledge that the fighting would occur amid a hostile popula- speak are on our terms
I am troubled by several other aspects of our UN com- In addition to keeping the free world free, we must try tion and could easily spread to other areas would probably on Communist terms. We, not they, would select the time
and for test of wills. We not would have
mitment. place a they,
to make the Communist world free. result in Soviet acceptance of the ultimatum.The .
here Cold War interests are the opportunity to bring maximum strength to bear' on that
First-and again our
To these ends we must always try to engage the enemy Kremlin would also be put on notice, of course, that
Nations unique forum for test They not we would have to decide between fightingfor
damaged-the United provides a ,
at times and places, and with weapons of our own choosing. resort to long-range bombers and missiles would prompt
Communist propaganda. We too, of course, can voice our 3. We must strive to achieve and maintain military automatic retaliation in kind. On this level, we would invite limited objectives under unfavorable' circumstances, or
views at the UN? but the Communists' special advantageis destructionof backing down. And these are immense advantages.The .
superiority. Mere parity will not do. Since we can never the Communist leaders to choose between total
that their lies and misrepresentations are elevated to the match the Communists in manpower, our equipment and the Soviet Union, and accepting a local defeat Had future as I see it, will unfold along one of two

level of serious international, debate. By recognizing the rightof weapons must more than offset his advantage in numbers.We we the will and the means for it in 1956, such a policy paths. Either the Communists will retain the offensive; will

Communist regimes to particpate in the UN as equals, must also develop a limited war capacity. For this latter would have saved the Hungarian Revolution. lay down one challenge after another; will invite us in local

and by officially acknowledging them as "peace-loving/ purpose, we should make every effort to achieve decisive This is hard counsel. But it is hard, I think, not for whatit crisis after local crisis to choose between all-out war and

grant Communist propaganda a presumption of reasonableness superiority in small clean nuclear weapons. says but for saying it openly. Such a policy involvesthe limited retreat; and will force us, ultimately to surrenderor

and plausibility it otherwise would not have. 4. We must make America economically strong. We have risk of war? Of course; but any policy short of sur- accept war under the most disadvantageous circum-

Second, the UN places an unwarranted financial burden on already seen why economic energy must be released from render, does that. Any policy that successfully frustrates the stances. Or we will summon the will and the means for taking -

the American taxpayer. The Marxist formula, "from each government strangulation if individual freedom is to survive. Communists' aim of world domination runs the risk that the initiative, and wage a war of attrition against them

according to his ability ."-under which contributions to Economic emancipation is equally imperative if the nationis the Kremlin will choose to lose in a kamikaze-finish. It is -and hope thereby to bring about the internal disinte-

the UN and its specialized agencies are determineddoesnot to survive. America's maximum economic power will hard counsel because it frankly acknowledges that war may gration of the Communist empire.

tally with the American concept of justice. The United be forged, not under buraucratic direction but in freedom. be the price of freedom and thus intrudes on our national One course runs the risk of war, and leads, in any case,

States is currently defraying roughly a third of all United s. In all of our dealings with foreign nations, we must complacency. to probable defeat. The other runs the risk of war, and

Nations expenses. That assessment should be drastically re- behave like a great power. Our national posture must But is it really so hard when it goes on to search for the holds forth the promise of victory. For Americans who cher-

duced. The UN should not operate as a charity. Assess- reflect strength and confidence and purpose as well as good most likely means of safeguarding both our lives and our ish their lives, but their freedom more, the choice cannotbe

ments should take into account the benefits received by thecontributornation will. We need not be bellicose, but neither should we encour- freedom? Is it so hard when we think of the risks that difficult.

age others to believe that American rights can be violated were taken to create our country?-risks on which our an- THE END
I Finally I fear that our involvement in the United _Nations I
maybe- leading to an unconstitutional surrender of Amer-

strong ican sovereignty.inroads against Many the UN sovereign activities powers have of already Member made Na- Kennedy Due NominationFor Sees World Johnson to Get

to discuss the meritsof
tions. This is neither the time nor place
yielding sovereign American rights-other than to record Famine In


my It unequivocal is both the opposition time and to place the idea.however to insist that any N. Y. Senatorial Race Labor Chiefs' OK \ ;

such discussion take place within the framework of a pro- Ten YearsCHICAGO jj I
not clandestinely in .
posed constitutional amendment-and I If
the headquarters of some UN agency. WASHINGTON (AP) New block Kennedy's nomination.In now by Lesinski, who like Din- (AP) A world WASHINGTON (AP) AFL- labor federation refrained from j 11 I-

Withdrawal from the United Nations is probably not York Democrats prepared today gell is the son of a former con- famine striking "hundreds of CIO leaders are expected to I predicting endorsement of Johnson 'ii
that Michigan's 16th District on .
these problems. For a number of reasons in advance of the Executive p
the answer to to hand gressman.The millions billions some 12 million union
Gen. of human
Atty. Robert or even -urge : I
make however that the outskirts of Detroit :
is unfeasible. We should sure Reps. Council and General Board :
the course nature of our commitment is such as to advance Amer- F. Kennedy their senatorial John Lesinski of Dearborn and term backlash is used to economist beings" is near, a scientist- members today to vote for meeting, there was no reason to

ican interests; and that will involve changes in some of our nomination while, in Michigan, John Dingell of Detroit squaredoff designate white opposition to warned today. President Johnson in Novem- doubt endorsement would be '

present attitudes and policies toward the UN. two Democratic congressmen in a battle brought about by Negro civil rights gains.In "It will be the most colossal ber. brthcoming. :

Let the UN firsters-of whom there are many in this clashed in a primary expectedto reapportionment of Michigan's catastrophe in history," the AFL-CIO President
for "international cooperation" statewide primary contests While spokesmen for bigYork George Ii I
country-put their enthusiasm test the potency of the white seats. declared Dr. Raymond Ewell,
in perspective. Let them understand that victory backlash. congressional three Republicans were vice president for research Meany has said he believes the
proper achievementof trying for the senatorial nomi- Republican candidate, Sen. Barry Ii :
before the
i
over Communism must come Although neither stressed civil State University of New York at
lasting peace. Let them in a word keep their eyes on Kennedy 38, was considered rights, the issue became an nation, to run against Democratic Buffalo. Sgt. Goldwater, wants to see the j ,

the target. virtually certain to win the nod I inevitable part of the campaignwhen Sen. Philip A. Hart in labor movement eliminated. ;
at the state Democratic November.Gov. Such a famine in Asia, Africa Union officials down the line :
convention Lesinski voted against the
and South America GraveNASHVILLE have been pelting Goldwater in \
the Very
by 1970s
Governments to oppose Republican Sen. 1964 Civil Rights Act-the only
Communist George Romney seeking -
Aid to Kenneth B. 64. and later seems almost inevitable their speeches, statements and
Keating, Rep. Northern Democrat to do so. his second term, was expected .
offensivemindedin Samuel Stratton, however, continued The district is as expanding population out- ,_ Tenn. (AP) publications. .1r
that is approximately
There is one aspect of our policy to win an easy primary
food he told
strips
the minds of its authors, anyway. Its effect, unfor- to wage what most observers -: 90 per cent white and most of victory over George Higgins. the American production Chemical Doctors watching Sgt. Alvin A union official who usually i

tunately, is exactly opposite to the one intended. saw as a futile battle to: it has been represented until The Democratic nominee. Rep. Society. York's latest battle with death votes Republican, Maurice A. -

Some time ago our leaders advanced the theory that Com- Neil F. Staebler is unopposed.The Dr. Ewell said the only immediate reported early today the 76- Hutcheson president of the :!

munist satellite regimes would, with our help, gradually step open to avert it is year-old Medal of Honor winner United Brotherhood of Carpenters

break their ties with the Soviet Union and evolve political Peace Corps Work New York contest marks for the United States and Eu- remained in "very grave" con- already has endorsed

systems more in keeping with our notions of freedom and Kennedy's first bid for elective rope to make outright Good Samaritan -dition. Johnson.

Accordingly America adopted the policy of giving aid office. He has moved to New gifts of millions of tons
justice.to Communist governments whose relations with Moscow Made Them Young Again I York after living in Virginiaand of fertilizers to increase local Members of the family waitedat the Hutcheson AFL-CIO a Executive member Council of both I'
birth to a slo- voting in Massachusetts food the bedside of the hero of
And that ,
policy
seemed to be strained. gave yields. i and the General Board told the
i ,
of enslaved peoplesnotby SAN BRUNO '' but members of his have World War I, who doctors said!
gan: "America seeks the liberation Calif. (AP) When they arrived in the city family President in a letter this was
revolution-but through evolution." An American digging a hole of 112,700 located at 9,000 feet resided in New York for years. I The deadine even for succeeding was suffering from an acute uri- the first time he had endorseda

Under the aegis of this slogan we are sending hundredsof makes more friends than for- n southern Peru there was this way is only a few nary tract infection. York has Democratic candidate.
of Poland aid Republicans at the state years away he said. been hospitalized 11 times in the
millions of dollars to the Communist government eign says the oldest couplein little water no bathrooms no
having already given more than a billion dollars to the Peace Corps after a 20- sewers and no schoolhouse."We committee meeting Mondaythat I Birth control is the ultimate past two years. Sources close to the AFLCIOtop

the Communist government of Yugoslavia.In month assignment in the Peru- started out on the ground renominated Keating. answer, Dr. Ewell said, but its echelon said sentiment for a
my view this money has not only been wasted; it has vian slums. under the only tree in cur bar- made clear that the "carpet- effects on the food-population The old soldier bedridden,strong endorsement of Johnsonis
the Communist It has not made bagger" issue would be a ma- I problem will be slow. Unless since 1954 killed 25 Germans unanimous.
positively promoted cause. Chester Wiggins 67, a former riada, said Mrs. Wiggins of her
Communist governments less Communist. It has not caused construction engineer, and his class of 75 children. "Then we jor weapon against Kennedy I birth control is applied, however and captured 132 others in the: "It's not that are so com-
in France in they
Cold War. who is expected to resign later the famine would still come; Argonne Forest
Communist governments to change sides in the wife Barbara. 65, a teacher, re- found a building without a roof; 1. I pletely in love with Johnson but ;
It has made it easier for Communist governments to keep turned home Monday and are then we moved into one with a this week from President John- regardless of boosts in food production 1918. I that they are so strongly against

their subjects enslaved. And none of these results should awaiting their Peace Corps dis- door; and finally, with a loan son's Cabinet. be said. Goldwater," said one informed

have come as a surprise. charge. from[ the Peruvian governmentto GOP presidential candidate By present trends, "it seems Help for Cuba I source.
T One does not have to take the view that a Communist Their assignment the city we got a regular likely that the famine will reach
was to help Goldwater wound six
"evolve" into non-Communist (thoughI Barry up serious proportions in India,'
regime will never a one schoolhouse. MIAMI (AP-Havana Radio
tend to it) in order to see that this is practically im- some quipa."We've.of the poor people of Are- Wiggins helped put up some days of cruising off the California Pakistan and China in the early; said today the Soviet Union has Ejects SafelyKEY

possible as long as the Soviet Union possesses the militaryand 500 water tanks, over 3,000 cesspools coast Monday. He. planned 1970s followed by Indonesia, agreed to provide Cuba with six

political power to prevent it. The Kremlin may, for its made "more friends 300 new homes, and 150 to kick off his presidential cam- Iran Turkey Egypt and several, million pesos worth of electric WEST (AP) A Marine
than aid ever got, they said. paign in Prescott, Ariz., on few safely Monday be-
own purposes permit certain "liberalization" tendencies in new bathrooms as well as a other countries within a installations, radio equipmentand pilot ejected
satellite countries; it may even permit small deviations from "We lived in a barriada, a modern,nursery in the $30,000 Thursday. years, and then followed by; drydock facilities. fore his F8E Crusader jet,fighter

the approved Soviet foreign policy line. squatter's settlement," added school Goldwater's opponent, President -most of the other countries ofi crashed near the MarquesasKeys

It will do so sometimes to confuse the West, sometimes as Wiggins. "There are about 57 4All those little aches and Johnson returned to the Asia, Africa and Latin America I The broadcast, monitored in about 26 miles west of i

: a prudent means of relieving internal pressures. But it will barriadas in Arequipa and all 55, pains I had before I left-why after by 1980," Dr. EweH predicted. i Miami, referred to 'the deal'as Key West.
capital Monday night along
never let things go too far. Hungary proved that The moors Peace Corps volunteers lived in. down there I didn't take the weekend in Texas. Population in these areas will trade agreements. It did ,notsay Capt. David E. Downing '33.

:;- ent a Communist government threatens to become a nonCommunist them. slightest bit of notice of them, increase' by about_ one .billion !what the Soviets were Laurel Bay S. O, was picked

.*. one, or threatens to align itself with the West Their little room attracted the. said his gray-blonde wife. "The: Johnson is expected to open persons in 20 years, but food promised in _return for their op;unhurt by ,a rescue helicopter -

'against the Soviet Union, the Kremlin will take steps to bring curious. who came by ,each day, only pain I've got is a little his election drive with a Labor' output has not been:iaereasaghe .- fraternal' disinterested aid from the Key West Naval

the defecting government into line. to peer in and watch. ache to get going again." Day speech in Detroit .said., t to:Cubi.r ." Ak Station.


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ABBY: We have always avoided political arguments He said, no, that he really loved me. He never called after / Atoasbto THAR--uSH.IS SUMPTHIN'} (KIKJELV WArrU. AH TELLS
with friends but in weeks that. Do think he is because I doubted I uour success, HERE: AH WANTSMA'Mffi )
J 4 our recent my husband and I have you angry his love? ', > Y 'WNUT IT IS ff '
, been drawn into several. The last was at our home. When my Or do you think I was right about him. in the first place? ..- \ fnend.

J husband learned that our out-of-town house guest who had What should I do now? f f ,. 4 I SC IEFRIENO 4.11a, 04
, been his lifelong friend, was on the other side of the fence WONDERING w
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politically, he was astounded. A hot argument took place, DEAR WONDERING: Quit wondering. You were right about

which ended a friendship of many years. I say a person's him in the first place. Forget him. = c

political belief, like his religion, is his own business, and < '

should not interfere with friendship. My husband says I am DEAR ABBY: After putting up with an impossible man for

wrong-a person's political belief is an index to his character, nine years, I finally got a divorce. We separated several

and reveals his compassion (or lack of it) for his fellow man. times, but I always went back to him because of the children ...
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He says he wants no part of friends who support the line of who are now four ,and seven. I agreed to let him pick h

thinking that one political party is now supporting. I would up the children at ten Sunday mornings and bring them back

like your opinion. ART'S WIFE' at seven. Now I would like to put a stop to it for the following

DEAR WIFE: If the matter of compassion Is.clearly evi- reasons: It seems that my former husband has several girl

dent in one side or the other, your husband is right. And friends, and each Sunday he takes the children to one of their / / / .

where can one better practice compassion than with a friend? homes. One Sunday the children reported that "Daddy was I: THAT WUTHIESS NCEiHEY -Tfl

I say, stay in contact, talk it out, be sure of your facts, and acting lovey-dovey with a red-headed lady." Another Sunday I HEAR SAIRY VARMINT NEVER ( GIT HITCHED. .. f .. DONI0::: '

don't become emotional. To end the friendship would also end they said "Daddy was acting lovey-dovey with a yellow-haired BARLOW IS FIXIN' DONE A'HONESTDAY'S HE'LLTARN OVER ...
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all hope of educating a probably well-intentioned, but mis lady." Need I say more? Also, he has brought them homeas == TO MARRY OLLIEHAWKINS HIS WORK IN A NE\N.LEAF. .. I ) \ -l I IAI'I II

guided, citizen. late as ten. I don't ,think this is the proper atmospherefor WHOLE LIFE P' ; I
children. What be done? CDC2 '- -- E I .
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DEAR ABBY: I was going steady with a boy I thought a THEIR MOTHER >c ; S' I r.J( :'\ Ii 1 :0
lot of, but whenever we were alone he would try to get fresh DEAR MOTHER: ,A call to your lawyer is in order. Daddyis ; )
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asked him if he was going with me 'because he thought CONFIDENTIAL TO "CLAUDE IN.HIGHPOINT": The best I ( o' rJ JNJ.-

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plastic bag and tying the top of ing an oven is also hard on rub- get home from work late and us how to keep it from dryin SCXIN& U5 L'P SIR ?.' THAT'S IT TJaIS >y
the bag around the cord. ber gloves. have a dinner engagement. It's up in the first place in the refrigerator a WAY

This keeps the dust dirt For all the really messy jobsI a life !

moisture and soil out and thus use the heavy, soft plastic saver.SWEET SMELLING Well it's the same o'd thing

makes the control last longer. bags as a substitute for my vinegar.

DAILY LOVING READER good gloves. I particularly like DEAR HELOISE: When you buy a large chunl

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tle foot-feed in a plastic bag. they are exactly the right size I'm a born dawdler. Ifthere's of clean cloth or a paptr: towe:
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dust and dirt lands on that FAY LAING mood I can spend a couple of the cheese from getting mold

plastic covering within two hours playing the piano. As you or dry for several week Y

weeks! It's most amazing DEAR HELOISE: may have guessed homework
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Adventists Live Under Sense of Destiny .


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This is the first of a two- God: in it thou shalt not do
discernible
any $ izazt and "the word of the search for clearer light. In doing
P part article on "What is a work, thou nor thy son, nor thy ; Lord endureth forever. so, they caught the vision

Seventh day Adventist," 51 WHAT OURRELIGIONS daughter, thy manservant nor : : of a world to be warned before
thy maidservant, nor thy cat- %
Christ could again.
part of the Sun's continuing What do Seventh day Adventists come
tle, nor the stranger that is
t _
teach about the begin- Penniless but full of faith this
series, "What Our ReligionsAre. within thy gates: for in six days ,
ning of the world? set out to accomplishthe
group
the Lord made heaven and _
earth the and all that 4 They believe God created the task. Accepting the Sabbath
sea, in **% :
By ARTHUR S. MAXWELL ; them is, and rested the seventh world by divine fiat in six literal truth from the Seventhday
L AREthe days. Baptists, they became the nucleus -
day: wherefore the Lord bless-
What is a Seventh Day } !ed the Sabbath day, and hallowed They believe that the recordof of the Seventh day Adventist

Adventist? it." tr? creation in the first chapter movement, which now
: around
A Seventh day Adventist is It is distinctly stated of Chirst of Genesis is not fable but fact. the claims globe.over a million

one who, having accepted Christas that it was His "custom" to at- They consider that if the omni- *
I tend the potent Creator could make billions
his personal Savior, walks in sixteenth century, Seventh- as the Sabbath. But they also synagogue on "the I Do Seventh day Adventistsbelieve
of which
Sabbath day" (Luke And suns ( the astronomers
humble obedience to the will of day Adventist believe that every differ from many (but not all) 4:16)) claim in the Trinity?
to have circling
after His crucifixion seen
God as revealed in the Holy individual may have immediate -Protestants in their teaching His closest They do. Reverently they warship -
through the immensities of
Scriptures.A access to God by prayer concerning the nature of man, disciples were so loyal to ) it' Father, Son and Holy Spirit -
His and space was no great prob-
without the intervention of any the state of the dead, and the teaching example they "three Persons in one
he lem
Him
Bible loving Christian, would not even embalm His for to call this one
priest, saint or other ecclesiastical -manner of Christ's second com God." And they do so because
seeks to pattern his life according body on the holy seventh day. planet into existence.The .
functionary.They believe this to be the teach-
to the teachings of this ing.Seven Instead "they rested the evidence to which: geologists they
believe that their Church day Adventists claim ing of the Bible concerning God
for the imminent -
book, while looking Sabbath day, according to thecommandment" and paleontologists pointto
return of his Lord. He constitutes the nucleus of a that they are not inventors of in His relations to this world and
(Luke 23:56): ). support their theory that the
lives under a sense of density, .twentiethcentury Reformation, new doctrines but recoverers of earth is millions of old is the human race.
As Seventh day Adventists years
S *
old truths-truths
long
wide revival of New eclipsedby
believing it his duty to warn a world regarded by Seventh day Ad-
have been able to find -
never a
the infiltration of
the Testament Christianity. pagan Do Seventh day Adventists
mankind that the end of ventists as substantiating the
text in the Bible
SHow traditions and superstitions in- single suggesting believe in the Virgin Birth?
world is at hand. that Christ authorized Bible story of the Flood. That
do Seventh Adventists to the Christian Church. a Most hold
day definitely. They
of the Sabbath global catastrophe, they hold, I
S S 5 change from the i'
differ from other it is one of the vital truths of
seventh of the week the affords a completely satisfactory -
Are Seventh-day Adventists Protestants? Why do Seventh day Adventists day to the Christian faith, foretold in
explanation of all the fossils
first they say "What else cana
Protestants? observe Saturday as the Old Testament and con-
obser- .
Most noticeably in their
true Christian do but follow buried coal beds, and oil-bear-
the Sabbath?
firmed in the New.
of vance of Saturday, not Sunday, _
Yes. Like the reformers the clear teaching of the ing strata. S *
--.I.II Because God, in the beginning Word?" Supporting this view are such

set apart the seventh day S Seventh day Adventist scientists Do Adventsists believe in
of creation week a baptism?
as per- !
I the AuthorArthur petual memorial of His creative How do Sventh-day Adven- as Professor George Mc-
About Yes. Heeding Christ's teach
Cready Price and Dr. Frank
tists know is the
Saturday is the seventh Saturday sev- Members of the
power. Seventh-day Adventist Church ings that "he that believeth and
Marsh.
S. :Maxwell has been editor of Signs of !day of the week. Sunday is the enth day? worship in Gainesville at their church building located Show is baptized shall be saved"

the Times, leading evangelistic journal of the first day of the week.In By the calendar. Every calen- at 1204 NW 10th Aye. did the Seventh (Mark 16:16): ), they require all
day i
Seventh-day Adventists, for over twentyfiveyears. writ- dar shows Saturday as the sev- ,
Exodus 20:8-11: it is Adventist movement start? who would enter the Church to

He is the author stories of more for children than )ninety have ten, "Remember the Sabbath enth day of the week. Two unquestionable -seventh day Sabbath on Satur- Christ rose on the first day{ of' It grew out of the world-wide be baptized by immersion the ..
books, some of which ( day to keep it holy. Six days pieces of evidence the week. 'I method followed by the Churchof
decadesof
and discussion in the
C day second millions of early
languages. ; ,
into twenty-three '
been translated shalt thou labor, and do all confirm this: First, the fact S New Testament times.

Four of his children are ordained ministers in thy work: but the seventh dayis that Orthodox Jews, from time Christians, for many centuries, Do Seventh day Adventists 1' cerning the nineteenth the second century"con advent of 5 *

I the I II the Sabbath of the Lord thy immemorial, have observed the I I have observed Sunday because I accept the Bible literally? Christ.At Do Adventists teach that

I Yes. They believe that the that time, many godly people must obey the Ten

original authors were inspiredby scholars, in many countries and Commandments in order to be

Salvation Army'Housed' God. As the apostle Peter of many denominations simultaneously saved?

I I said, "Holy men of God spake came to the conclusion No. Salvation is by grace

I SEE by as they were" moved by the from their study of Bible alone. There is only one way of

Holy Ghost. prophecy, that the coming of salvation. That is faith in the

I Oswald Seventh day Adventists: of Christ was near. Between 1820 atoning death of Jesus Christ.

course, know that there have and 1830, more than 300 clergymen No one can "work his way"

been many translations of the of the Church of England, into the kingdom of God. No
.the SUN I Bible, but hold that the and twice that number of Nonconformists
I Lee Harvey Oswald, accused l The Salvation Army operates original degree of obedience no worksof

II I assassin of President Kennedy, as a religious organization and intent of the inspired authors were advocating penance, no amount of mon-

.. toured the United States and also in the area of social wel has come down unimpair e d this belief.In ey entitles anyone to any divine

t' left a record in the Salvation fare. through the centuries. Because America, a similar advent favor. Nevertheless, "f a it h

GENERAL HOSPITAL ur Rawlins, Douglas Brooks, I DISCHARGED: Army shelters where be stay- Religious activities include words change in meaning with movement began, supported by without works is dead."

August 29, 1964 Reba Taylor, Gladys Shad- Thelma Hill, Mance Turner, ed, the Gainesville ExchangeClub meetings for seniors and youth, the passage of time, occasional 200 leading clergymen includ- Keeping the commandments is
burn Tim Young, James Smithall Baby girl Long, Ruth Keeter, : revision of translations desirable Presbyterians Baptists
BIRTHS: was told yesterday. pastoral visits, Christmas gifts are ing the result, the evidence of sal
of Gainesville; Chester Robert Kawka, Gilbert Yates, D. Smith but through them all Congregationalists, Episcopalians -vation. It is matter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Henry, Capt. Guy commanding and functions and favors and a love
Dougherty, Hawthorne; Miss Gladys Shadburn James Ed- the original message is clearly and Methodists. Led by William !- "
not "If
3658 NW 41st St. the Salvation Army gifts for hospitals and rest legal duty. ye love me, l
ADMITTED: Eloise Boyles Live Oak; Mrs. wards, Arlene Williams and.post here, said the FBI, in in- homes on other holidays.In Miller, a farmer, they stir said Jesus, "keep my commandments" "'
Hilda Jackson Keystone baby girl, Katie George, Lin- red America with the
message John "
Watson III, vestigating Oswald asked the ( 14:15): )
Thomas
Mrs. Heights; James Spence, High nie Townsend, Joe Anna Morris -SA to check all records for in- social welfare, the chapter Sleep Sickness that Christ would come in 1844.
Ruth Roby, i
Hardee '
,
Joseph Gordon Padgett Lonnie Har- maintains a lodge for transients I
Mrs. Juanita Knauff, When He failed to the
Johnson Springs; formation about Oswald. come, NEXT: "What is a Seventh-
Inez ,
Betty Kendall, ris Roberta Charlie carries a local family Bugs Bite Men
Williston. McCray, movement melted One of "
Smith said Oswald stayedat away. I day Adventist, Part II.
Violet Kyle
Bozarth ,
Frank Luci Gibbons relief program, helps persons
Strong, us Mary
DISCHARGED: the smaller group decided to (c. 1963-4 by Cowles
several transient lodges Maga-
Bertha Murphy, John Hodge, Frances Chapman Mrs. Sarah find jobs counsels unwed mothers By Mistake?
all of Gainesville; Pearlie Drig- Mrs. Mary Reynolds and baby Jones and baby boy, Rochelle maintained by the SA for per- handles prison work and ----_ -- restudy the phophecies and zines and Broadcasting, Inc.)

gers, Old Town; Darlene Lamb, boy Wanda Lindsey Mrs. Pa. Curtis, Rose Kyles Blones sons passing through. Oswalddid gives aid in time of disaster.In CHICAGO (AP-A member I
tricia Frazee and baby girl not stay in Gainesville. of the American Medical Associ-

Cross City Mrs. Cheryl Feagin and baby McCray, Lucy Sealey Brenda Smith told the club that more Gainesville, the Salvation ation says sleeping sickness or I,
DISCHARGED Powers, Carolyn Griffis. Army maintains four full time
: boy, Mrs. Patricia Tuten and than 1,500 persons did stay in some formally viral encephalitis -::1

Alene Markham, Donna Dut- baby boy, Bessie Weint r au b, POLICE FIRE REPORT the lodge here last year, most- employes, Capt. and Mrs. is actually a disease of I''

ton, Wilma Cash, William Hen- Stella Elmore, Willie Mae Accident Roundup ly persons who needed shelter -Smith and a caretaker and his birds and small animals and I

son, Marie Hayes, Minnie Mal- Clark, Mrs. Joanah Reed and Involved in accidents reported and had no money to pay wife. Last year, the chapter'sbudget that human involvement is '
I
lard, Gail Whiteford and baby baby boy, Sandra AsbelJ)), Cur- by the Gainesville Police for it. He said the Gaines. was just under $20,000, accident.Dr. an'l I

boy, Eunice Douglass and baby tis Stewart Mrs. Darlene Department and the Alachua ville Salvation Army chapter of which $8,860 was given by Raymond L. White, AMA 1 ...
United Fund.
girl, Glenda Sanders and baby Lamb Beatrice Ellis, Mrs. County Sheriff's Office dur- also provided 3,600 meals, gave director of environmental medicine "

boy, Harriet Furman, William Bealah Ergle, Carolyn Hudson -' ing the past 24 hours were: out more than 5,000 articles of No meeting of the ExchangeClub and medical services reported I -;

Van Winkle, Hollie Williamsand baby boy Camerscn. Mrs. William Buckner Colman Jr. clothing mostly to local fami! is scheduled next Mon- that the disease which William H. Faulk Letter C. Hodge Dale S. Perry :

baby boy, Jolene Magee Clarice Christman and baby! lies. day, Labor Day. has :
426 NW 25th St. and a parkedcar plagued Houston, Tex., could We, are proud to announce thatDALE
Mary Bridge and baby boy, La. boy, Seth Miller, Mrs. Joann 9:27: Monday in the break out in other parts of the 1
Vern Hoskins, Dorothy Barber Sowers and baby boy, Laura p.m. country.Dr. S. PERRYis
lot of the Hum I
parking pty
and baby girl, Raymond Rob Culbreth, Lashundra Cunning- Restaurant. More White said the insects I

erts Sonja Kirksey, Mary Allen I ham. Dumpty Integrated which nip at infected animals' now associated with our agency.

and baby girl Patricia Hicks,: GENERAL HOSPITAL Gregory James Williams, I generally have no taste for!
Lindsey Whittingdon, John Fos 362 B. Flavet II, University of but ,
man, that they make mis- HODGE-FAULK AGENCY Inc.
28,1964BIRTHS
August
ter, Joseph Bergman, Roy Florida and Agnes Beckh a m Schools in Miss. takes and sometime bite or: ,
Perkins Worth Dobbins Carl] : Cannady 107 NW 36th Drive, sting humans. I Gainesville, Florida Phone 372-290
Cribbs
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ,
Homberg, Lottie Bigham, An 8:11 p.m. Monday at NW 5th
drew Bradley. 726 NW 33rd. Ave., a boy; Mr. Ave. and 36th Ter. II ( :" '
and Mrs. Earl Grant, 320-A() Fla- CARTHAGE Miss. (AP) of Mississippi today on a non- -

GENERAL HOSPITAL vet I, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nolan Felder, 217 NW First-grade pupils regis'er for racial basis after peaceful in- I

August 30,1964BIRTHS Charles Commander, 1012 NE 19th Lane and Helen Barjjen- public school in this rural area tegration at urban Biloxi.

: 20th Ave., a girl, Mr. and Mrs.J. bruch Price, Tepee Ranch Rt. Civil leaders at II'i: : e ,.
rights
Harrison 4, 6:21: p.m. Monday at NW 6th say ?
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hodge, R. a girl.ADIITIED : :
least three will
Negroes spply. -
St. and 14th Ave. ::
Rt. 1, Box 21, a boy; Mr. and : : Barry Gets
Carthage a town of 2,500 is
Mrs. Ben Cheatham, 916 NE. Mrs. Sonja Kirksey, Mrs. Deloren Stanley Hodges,
the seat of Leake County, a
19th PL, a girl. Margaret Grant, Laura C u 1- Route 1, Box 435, Starke and
thinly populated section :n east
ADMITTED: breth, Patricia Hicks, Mrs. Tommy Lee Bass, Unit Block Set For central Mississippi which borders A.

Gerald Brown Paul H ad.. Wilma Cash Lois Harrison, SE 4th Ave., 5:31: p.m. Mondayat .-' r -,
Neshoba County where -
on r
sock, Mrs. Bernice Cutts, Mrs.. Willie Mae Clark, Mrs. Beth E. University Drive and workers i
The Kick-Of three civil rights were ,
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Dorinda Cheatham Mrs. Mar. Henry, Pheraba Meade, Frankie Waldo Road. slain last June. t
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guerite Coleman. Kenneth Wilson Paul Kremer all of -- -
Farley, "
Edward Michael Schlein I -rTi
Leake is the birth- .7
Mrs. Lucille Nolan. Mrs.. Gainesville; Bob Adams, Brooker NEWPORT BEACH Calif. County -I-- :. ,
Box 543 J. H. Miller Health .
Ada Beck, Mrs. Susan Hal.' ; Cecil Freyermuth N ewII ([AP) His formal campaign place of. former Gov. Ross Bar- .
Dr. Marion Fletcher, Center and Alphonso Leon Johnson kickoff two nett, an outspoken foe cf school .w ,
prin. berry; Patricia Makekau Williston days away, Republican
625 NW 8th St. 3:45
Mrs. Jayne Yates, William Pea II ; Carolyn Hudson Willis- p.m. presidential nominee Barry integration. Barnett still faces I
Monday in the 300 block of E. )3
cock, Simon Richardson, Arth ton. Goldwater gets back to the busi- federal contempt of court ,
University Drive. ness of politics today after a charges stemming from his efforts ,

Freeman DoSota Hunier! P. week of sun and sea off the California to block integration, of the ,,

I People in the News 0. Box 161 and William Earl coast.A University of Mississippi two

Elmore, 1777 NW 14th Ave., 2:50: heavy stubble of vacation years ago.

.p.m. Monday at S. Main St. and Four other all-white schools in \
Ariz. beard on his face and a blue
PHOENIX AP A
( ) Birthday" to singer Rudy Val- :SE 5th Ave.Pakistan.
Leake held
young Republican summit con- lee, who was celebrating his yachting cap perched on his County registrationfor

ference, centering around an 32nd birthday that day, and the lead, the Arizona senator, first graders last week. Al- I II

aerial tour of Arizona, begins singing telegram became an in- OKs cruised back to Newport Beach though they were told to desegregate II I I
under the federal
today. stitution. Monday night aboard the borrowed same -

Participating will be Sen. Oslin retired Monday after 35 Border PactNEW motor yacht Sundance. I court order which opened the

Barry Goldwater's two sons and years' with Western Union. "Abe"Lincoln did all right in ai'schools Carthage, Biloxi to Negroes and Jackson, none Mr. Newell needs new spark pings

New York Rep. William E. Mill He had received one singing DELHI, India (AP) beard, Goldwater told news showed

er's two daughters. Goldwateris telegram during his career, on Pakistan has 'accepted India's photographers as he escorted up. (Again!)
the GOP the his wife ashore at the Balboa Local leaders have urged cooperation -
presidential candidate his 65th birthday Aug. 5. suggestion to U.N. Security

and Miller his running 'Council for a gentlemen's Bay Club. by all citizens. Mr. Newell will know better next time. IT he had been a steady user

mate. WHITEFIELD, N.H. (AP) agreement to avoid clashes On Goldwater's docket today: "It's up to every Leake Coun-

Elizabeth Anne Miller, 20, and Edward Allen Pierce, who en- along the cease-fire line in di- a long round of television tapings ty citizen white, Negro and AMOCO..Gasoline, he could have doubled the life of those spark plugs

her sister, Mary Karen 17 vided Kashmir Min- at a Los: Angeles studio. Choctow to make the best of it,"
tered the investment businessas a Foreign and saved
were to be met in Phoenix by a $20-per-week( clerk and now istry spokesman said today. He will record television spot said an editorial in the weekly some money at the same time. You see, AMOCO is the only.- ,

Barry Goldwater Jr., 26, and his is the only surviving founder of appearances, 30 seconds to five Carthaginian by editor George gasoline for your car that is Certified Lead-Free. Stop at the sign that '
minutes in length, to be shownon Keith. "If we conduct ourselves
brother Michael 21: The
girls the Wall Street brokerage houseof 1
Soviet Schools stations around the country properly, this whole nightmarecould
will be entertained at a recep- Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fen- says "The Only One" on the AMOCO pump- "
during his race against Presi- be turned into valuable : .
at the Goldwater home to- .
tion & Smith his
ner celebrated 90th '
dent Johnson. publicity for the county we all only at American Oil Dealers. !
night and then, with Barry Jr. birthday Monday by playing Open TodayMOSCOW Campaign director Denison love." -.. &

at the controls the four will fly nine holes of golf.
.over the state's scenic areas Pierce still works a 7-hour (AP) The Soviet Kitchel said they will cover all Although it is not generally ; 'i'ffH'

Union's 65 million students returned the basic issues of the cam- known, Negroes and whites .
Wednesday.NEW day, five ?
starting at 9 a.m.,
to school today as the paign. have attended classes togetherfor
days week.
YORK (AP) George a long summer vacation came to Goldwater flies home to Phoe- several years at a tiny mis- :: AMOCO i

P. Oslin. public relations director HOLLYWOOD) Carroll an end. nix tonight and will open his sion school run by the Catholic Jift! I"
presidential race Thursday withan Church in a section of Leake SUPER-PREMIUM GASOLINE.J&
the Western Union Telegraph Soviet 2
for Baker will play the title role in youngsters must attend
address to a rally at Prescott which has public
County no
Co., was sitting in his of- the movie "Jean Harlow,"pro- school for 10 years starting at Ariz. schools. :

'fice July 28, 1933 when "the ducer Joseph Levine announced the age of 7, although many go Kitchel told confer-I .You ex&ect mon from American 1 CERTIFIED :_ :
'idea suddenly hit me, why not Monday. to kindergarten.The a news -1Ind)9-t. tJ AMERICAN) LEAD-fREE
ence Monday California and the' The weaker sex stands ,
up
make telegrams more fun to re The movie : t ; .. .. "
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portraying the Soviet Union counts '
everyone Midwest will be two key targets 1 pretty well under the strain of "-"
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ceive by singing them, especially controversial life of one of Hollywood's a student who receives 0. TM AMOK**.0" C9WJHH.-...
of the Goldwater Absenteeismdue
campaign. .
earning a living. AVAILABLE AT N.rth.ast Amcric M.S frice. 1550
: on birthdays. most famous sex sym some sort of instruction whether He said the senator may to illness or injury is practi- : D.y r. A... 'iCM,S.vvs., 2225 )N.W.N.E. W.M. BJ 372 5550 -

-- Oslin asked an operator to bols, will be directed by Gordon in a university classroom or swing through the South in mid- cally the same among working ,, -"- -. '' 1 .,Dick's American Service, 504 S.W..4/1 6th Aye., ,Phon372.Z2U 371.936o

"- ilng an experimental "Happy Douglas. by correspondence course. September. women as among men. : .:.- : ( .Unc't American Service* 703 W. Uan'. Ave.9 377'





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MIKE RATHET York Yankees is the AL record-1 around[ on a single by Don I record to 1513. He struck out 12

Associated Press Sports Writer holder with 132 in 1936. Waner i Mincher and Hall's double. Zoilo Cardinals for a season total of

Tony Oliva Minnesota's rookie ]holds the major league recordof Versalles supplied the other run 201 second only to tie 223

sensation is within striking 133. with a third-inning homer.ThreeHitter fanned by teammate Sandy
t A reader wants to know, in view of the fact daily Gator distance of 'six American Doubles Oliva has 36. Roy Koufax.

practice sessions will be shielded from viewing eyes after League records for first-year ,Johnson slammed 45 for Detroitin Jim Grant had a three-hit Drysdale also delivered a key

I today, just what takes place, what the writers look for anda players. 1929. shutout going until the eighth hit as the Dodgers struck for

myriad million other things. Oliva, whose real first nameis Homers Oliva has 28. Jim- when wildness put him in a jam. five runs in the fourth inning

Actually, college football practices today are a highly- Pedro continued his heavy ]mie Hall of the Twins set the AL Two walks and Don Blasin- and put the game out of reach.

detailed not-so-complex operation and mostly boring to the hitting Monday, lashing a dou- record with 33 last season. game's single brought in a With two out in the inning,

onlookers. No matter how rapid a football fan one may be ble and a single and scoring the Total Bases Oliva has 318. Washington run and a Minnesota -Drysdale tied the score 2-2 witha

at 2 p.m. on Saturday, the daily workouts hold little glamour. winning run as the Twins edged .DiMaggio holds the AL recordof reliever, Bill Pleis. Pleis two-run single.

Each day the UF coaches agree on a plan of operationwith Washington 2-1 in the only I 367 set in 1936. struck out pinch hitter Fred Wills then walked to load the

segments broken down into 15, 20 or 25-minute ses American League game scheduled Oliva scored what turned out Valentine to end the rally. bases and Dick Tracewski followed

sions. Each coach has a certain number of the players to to be the winning run againstthe Backed by Wills' second homer with a grounder to t1" don I

\ work with on a specialty during each period.A I In the only game on the Na- Senators when he singled in of the season and Parker's which Ken Boyer threw wild,

tional League program, Maury the fourth inning and came first, Drysdale brought his enabling three runs to score.
sheet mimeographed daily and each coach has a copy. Florida Wills and Wes Parker, who had

Also, a squad breakdown by teams is mimeographed. As one homer between them going
I players move up and down from team to team, from A
into the game each connectedin
squad to B and back again, all this is recorded for the Practice
support of Don Drysdale and
benefit of the coaches. 7uesda rE ,
{ powered the Los Angeles Dodgers t + r Sept. 1,1964
The writers, incidentally do not have access to either the Roundup to a 12-3 victory that Pogo .

practice poop sheet or the player list. Occasionally, the I ROGER PETTEE 1 snapped St. Louis winning

I scribes steal a look from sports Information director Norm e Contacts Virus streak at six games.
Carlson or one of the coaches who wants to point some-
New Name
thing out. Generally, newsmen depend on familiarity with
( faces and numbers to determine who's doing what. Graves ExpectsSluggish Oliva adopted his new first
name in 1961 when he borrowedhis Finding Strong Runner
The freshmen are identified by a piece of tape on the brother Tony's passport to

front of their helmets. At this stage of things, they're new get out of Cuba. Since he's been

even to their own coaches. with the Twins this
he's
\ GatorsTo year

Pla'1of the DayThe learned American_ to League adapt_pitching.The himself. to One of Florida's GoalsEditor's

24-year-old left-handed
Gators open with various calisthenics, legstretch- Bounce BackA swinger currently leads the ( note: This is the gers said, "one thing that will at center. Rodgers calls him
ing drills light of work designed to exercise muscles
type ,
league in four departments first of two stories on the make- help the team is moving Larry "one of the finest snappers for
etc. Finally, there is a split-up into specialized areas pass batting, hits, runs scored and up of the University of Florida Gagner to guard." 'punts I've seen since I've been
offense and defense and Cackle line defenses
blocking goal ,
football This is "
running game end play-everything that goes to makinga combination of 90-degree heat, reaction to last, doubles while threatening a team. one con Gagner, 237-pound junior from at Florida.
cerned with
offense.
complete football team. Saturday's controlled scrimmage and the arrival on I half-dozen rookie marks. ) Daytona Beach, lettered as a I Tight End

campus of the major portion of the student body _I Here's the way Oliva and the By F. T. MACFEELY tackle last year and was an endas The tight end will be Gary

i. with the resulting 1,001 distractions-brought a slug- record-holders compare: Finding a big strong running a freshman. I Thomas 197-pound junior from

gish workout yesterday for Florida's Gators. Average Oliva is hitting' back is one of three major Potential Star Fort Lauderdale or Randall
.332. Dale Alexander set the AL I goals for improving the offenseon Jackson, 199-pound junior from
Coach Ray Graves said the, ta, Ga., were standouts. mark of .343 with Detroit in I Florida's football team this Larry Beckman, 202 pound Lake City. At wide end will be

{ Ib as ti tr 1 : UF gridders were sluggish both I Back Jimmy Jordan of Tampa 1929. junior the letterman from Miami, is 194-pound Charles Casey, jun-
other
: ; mentally and physically. Graves sparkled in a pass offense drillon Hits- Oliva has 184. Alexander i fall.John Feiber sophomore from Benson guard. Sophomore Jim ior from Atlanta.
from Al-
: termed it the "four day blues"I the receiving end, catching Gainesville Joe James 227-pounder Kicking a significant part of
,0 holds the AL record with ; Billy Ga.
'Sm: i&1it m bany, is a potential star
4 but said he expected the squad tosses and I the offense is in good handsor
many shaking defenders -
-215. The major league record j junior from Savannah and
,,' and bound to play some at
H '
n i
I be rebound today.At I most of the time. How- which may be out of reach is I Graham McKeel sophomorefrom guard. feet. Shoeless Hal Seymour

that, several sophomo res ever, quarterbacks Tom Shan- 223 by Lloyd Waner of Pitts- Lakeland are the top can- averaged over 40 yards as a
came in for pats on the ball non and Steve Spurrier still had burgh in 1927. didates. Each weighs around John Whatley, 228 pound sophomore punter last year.
On some days the entire squad comes together for a little for their efforts. Center Bill trouble finding the target. 200 pounds. junior from Tampa, is one tac- Experienced placekickers, Bob
Runs Oliva has scored 99
head-knocking to test timing play knowledge and to simu- Carr of Pensacola, guard Jim I Some of their difficulties like- times. Joe DiMaggio of the New Pepper Rodgers, chief of the kle. Seniors from Haines Bob Lyle, and 231 Lyle for the long ones and sen

late actual playing conditions for the phase of the game being Benson of Albany, Ga., and ly could be traced to the fact offense under head coach Ray pounds City ior Jimmy Hall of Pensacolafor

Corked on. tackle Wally Colson of Valdos- the defenders in the drill are the Graves said the' team needs a John Thompson 224 pounds the short ones are backedby
from Norfolk, Va., are battlingfor sophs Don Barrett of Vero
It's like a three-ring circus, doubled, with as many as a top varsity unit Bruce Ben- big strong runner to go with the other.
half-dozen different operations being carried on at one time. nett, Dick Kirk, Ken Russell et Tlf H Capt. Larry Dupree of Mac- Beach and John Preston of Col-
Two Former 'BDXesLOS Clenny, himself a 195pounderwho Gary Cliett, 204 pound junior lumbus, Ga.Tomorrowthe.
al.A 1: from Bainbridge Ga., is No. 1 ( defense
combines anda )
t Graves and His Tower flock of Gators still are out speed, power

Gators Up of action. Joining the list yester- special elusiveness that has

, Meanwhile, head coach Ray Graves adorns his practice day was center and linebacker ANGELES ST. LOUIS put him first and second leading IN SCRIMMAGE

field tower seeing everything, missing almost nothing and For 'Hall'HOLLYWOOD Roger Pettee who has a virus. Wills abrhbl 5322 Flood abrhbi runner in the Southeastern Con- I
ss cf 4110
I getting the best view (and breeze if there is one). Thereis Pettee's weight has dropped to Trace'skl 3b 4 0 0 0 Brock If 4120 ference the past two years. I

a five-minute recess for a cup of ice mid-way throughthe Two former 207 pounds. He has been told to W.Davis Howard rf cf 5010 3100 White Boyer Ib 3b 4131 4000 Other Areas GHS BlockingCauses :

drill. Trainer Jim Cunningham and assistant Ken Lynn University of Florida athletes' take it easy for two or three Griffith Fairly Ib rf 1111 411 OMcCarver Groat ss c 4012 4 0 2 0 "We also must improve in:

ever-present with medication when needed and keepinga have been nominated for the days in the hope he will lick the Parker If 4231 Javier 2b 4000 other areas, starting up front!

watchful eye on players who may be under the weather Hall of Fameby the Florida infection and regain weight and Torborg Roseboro pr-c c 5113 0000 Cuellar Shannon p rf 4001 1000 0 with the blocking," Rodgers I
and not actually realizing it. Sportswriters Association whichis strength. Oliver 2b 4220 Spiezio pi 1000 said in assessing the Gators ConcernReaction
I Drysdale p 41 1 2 Warwick ph 1000
. Heat is a big factor in football workouts in the Southeast meeting here. Totals W 1111' Totals 3302 attacking potential.His ,
Bumped Knee Los Angeles ............. 000 502 140-12 third major goal is improved I
I especially for the Gators. It's a tremendous item to Don Fleming, former UF grid St. Louis ................ 200 01. 000-
make an adjustment to, especially for the few out-of-state captain and defensive back for Offensive center Gary Cliett E-Cuellar, Boyer, McCarver. LOB- quarterbacking. Rodgerssaid to Friday night's fine: so is nursing a minor injury.

; players on the Gator squad. Even the Georgia players findit the Cleveland Browns prior to had bumped ice a knee yesterday and Los 2B-Brock Angeles, I,White St. Louis, Oliver 5. Griffith, this should of Tom come Shannon throughthe scrimmage set in yesterday and Emphasis yesterday was on offense -

tougher in practice than in their high school days in his death last summer in an accident an pack treatment. It Roseboro. 38-Fairly. HR-Will:: (2). experience the result was a "sluggish" especially and
is uncertain how severe the Parker (1). SB-White, Parker, W Davis. senior from Miami, and the potential passing on
the Peach State. ; and Tom Moore, All- Drysdale, Tracewskl. workout for Gainesville H i gh pass defense.At .
injury may be. J. D. Pasteris, IP H R ERBBSO of Steve Spurrier, sopho-
"tt Graves also invites writers and an occasional visitor to America baseball player for Drysdale, W. 15-13 9 9 3 3 0 12 more from Johnson City, Tenn. School gridders Coach Jim Ni- P. K. Yonge, Coach Mike
sophomore tackle was slowed ....
the Gators 12 Cuellar L. 5-4 5 4 5 2 4 7 black
said
the tower for informative chats. The UF coach has developed were among per- by a hard blow to the neck Richardson .... 23 3 2 2 0 a "We will give Spurrier a today. Gutierrez said today the Blue
the two-sided knack of confer- sons nominated. area. Taylor .........113 2 1 1 0 2 Niblack said a look at the
carrying on a press chance said. "As Wave will
Another controlled scrimmageis Humphreys ....1 3 4 4 2 1 Rodgers apparently have a
ence while scrutinizing practice down below and doing A-1 Others include Willie Gali- a possibility tomorrow as the Schultz T-25. .A-14,337......1 0. 6 0 1 Coach Graves has said, he will films of the scrimmage showed 3 varsity squad of only 19 players -
Bears back
more Chicago good play although there
at were
playas much as he earns. for the upcoming season.
Gators for full
killed several weeks in prep a scale
both.It's ago an some slipups in blocking assign-
workout at Florida Field Bruce Bennett, junior from "Some five or six boys we had
More Fun on Saturday auto accident; Ben Geraghty, afternoon. Satur- Valdosta, Ga., ticketed for regular -ments. Another scrimmage is counted on either have moved
day
former skipper of the Jackson- set tomorrow at the
defensive back school and
duty as a away or decided not to play
That's about the size of it. The writers out day ville Suns who died last
go every year; probably also will see some action a big one Friday at Citizens football this year," he said. Gu
mainly in self-defense. They don't want to miss a big injury and Sam Wolfson, promi n e n I t Suns Lose as quarterback on offense, Field. tierrez revealed that Wilshire
while hoping it doesn't take place. They want to make Jacksonville sports fans who also Rodgers said. Back Al Simmons has a hip
Walkup a junior center joinedthe
WASHINGTON ,
I sure any new maneuvers or formations for certain games was taken by death recently; abrlbt MINNESOTA abrhbi Big Improvement .1 bruise while Randy Sheppard alWork squad yesterday.The .

become evident from the practice sessions so they are not plus jockey Walter B lu m, Chiefs Take Zimmer Brinkm'n 3b ss 3 1000 0 1 0 Versalles Rollins 3b IS 4 4010 1 2 1 1: Until his three major goals Wave worked on timingin

caught by surprise when the plays are unveiled in compe- Henry Johnston Yankees' hurler Blas'ame 2b 4 0 1 1 Oliva rf 4120 are achieved, Rodgers wouldn't

tition. They are keen for any lineup changes which may her- ; Fred Hutchinson, managerof Valentine King rf rf 3000 1 0 0 Mincher Killebrew Ib If 4 4010 0 0 0 i rate the Florida offense as "real Out a dummy its offense scrimmage in tryingto

ald a new approach to a situation.It's the Cincinnati Reds; Willie Over LeadBy Lock Kirkland cf If 4000 4 0 20 Hall Battey cf c 3011 3010 fine," but he said the decision Gutierrez get said a scrimmage high gear.is

mostly hard hard work for the coaches and grid- Pastrano, light heavyweight Cun'ham Brumley c ib 31 4000 1 0 Grant Allen p 2t 3010 3000 I to specialize on offensive and The KinksTALLAHASSEE set Friday afternoon at the
ders. time consuming standing and watching for the boxing champion; John Pen- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kennedy 3b 2000 1 defensive units should in itself school. A night scrimmage is

scribes; the spectators should be happy they're in the stadium nell, pole vaulter; and Bob. Syracuse claims undisputed Narum Phillips p ph 2000 1000 make a big improvement.He (AP) The planned Sept. 10, at Citizens
at 2 p.m. Saturday for the real thing. That's where Hayes sprinter from Florida A possession of first place in the Cattier Sievers ph 0000 0000 has five'top candidates for J late[ summer sun boiled down as Field.

all the glamour is and where it should be.Kentucky. &M. International League today, Totals ss 32 1 5 1 Totals 32 212 halfbacks-lettermen Jack Har :Florida State University's foot- The P. K. Yonge Club
thanks to Atlanta Jim Washington ............ 0010001101Minnesota per of Lakeland Dick Kirk of ]ball team continued twice-daily Sports
southpaw ................ 001 100 OOx2E will have a "cookout" at the
Merritt. Fort Lauderdale and Alan Poe ]practices for the opening game
Kennedy. ; LOB Washington t. of Tampa; plus sophomores i against the University of Miami school tonight to fete the grid-
Merritt set down Jacksonvilleon Minnesota 4.2B
Has One Asset-
Tulane ders. It will
start at 6 Tom
-Ohva. Hall, Lock. HR-Versalles Marquis Baezler of Atlanta and :Sept. 19.Temperatures. p.m.
two hits
1-0 the .
dropping (17) Dobson is president of the
IP H R ER II SO Jimmy Jordan of Tampa. rose to the high
Suns out of a first place tie Narum, L, '.11 .. 7 I 2 2 0 5 will group.At .
Dupree play some at 80s: and low 90s as the team
..
with Syracuse, which took a Daniels .1 0 0 0 0 0
Grant, W, 11.10 ..7234 1 1 2 4 halfback some at fullback. 1 worked out in shorts and t.1 Lincoln, Coach Jesse
Plentiful day off from league action to Pleis _, .. .. 113 1 0 1 I 2 Heard said his entire squd was
Player SupplyBy i PB-Battey. T-2:15. A-4, 64. Turning to the linemen, Rod- J shirts.
beat the New York-Pennsylvan-
Coach Bill Peterson concen- turning out and that he expected -
'ia All-Stars 9-8.
trated on working out the kinks 75 to 80 players before
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS who already are work.] tackles Ray Rissmiller and Jim In the only other game Mon- R last week's practice put into the week was out. "Now that

Tulane Coach Tommy O'Boyle ing since they are on a trimester -, Wilson, whom Dooley says are day night Rochester beat Buf- muscles unused over the long school has started they're all
_
whose football teams have won system and classes begin! the finest anywhere. Dooley's falo 5-4. Columbus and Rich- summer layoff.Saturday's coming out," Heard said.

only one game in the past two early. The league will operate: brother, assistant Coach Bill mond were rained out. rugged scrimmage The Terriers' mentor said

years finally has something to with 11 teams this year, since i Dooley says he expects a great Merritt an d Jacksonville resulted in bruises and aching he planned his first contact

shout about-a plentiful supplyof Georgia Tech resigned this sum-' fight for the quarterback spot right bander Jerry Walker muscles. Two tackles, Jay Mac work today. "I plan to shake

football players. I Between Lynn Hughes and Pres- locked in a tight pitcher's duel NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L Pet. C B. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L Pet. CB. Matthews and Tom West were them up with some heavy

"\Ve'>.e never had this many mer.Mississippi gets down to the, ton Ridlehuber. with each allowing only two ;Cincinnati Phila'phia 73 71 51 57 .ACS Ml -5>/i Baltimore Chicago 79 M 52 54 .403 jm -Yt sidelined by injuries, neither work," he said.
boys since I took over two years serious business today of defending -, hits. However, Atlanta bunched 'San Fran. 73 5f .553 "'<4 New York 75 S,511 3 serious. Matthews suffered a Looking ahead Heard said the
said its SEC title and trying Good Prospect its two hits in the fourth St. Louis 71 59S46 TV* Detroit 7. 65 .5,9 11 bruised shoulder and West aurned Terriers will work out all dayon
agoO'Boyle happily as I Mississippi State last year's Pittsburgh 44 U .501 12Vi Los Angeles M M JOO 13V
inning when Jim Snyder singled -Milwaukee 44 44 Jflt rA Minnesota 44 44 joo 13Vj Labor
69 gridders showed up in uni- for a third straight crown. "We ankle. Day.
Cinderella team in the SEC, Los Angeles 6J 44 Mt IS Cleveland 45 47 .492 14,
form for Monday's picture taking can have another fine football on a 400-foot triple by Sandy Chicago 40 70 ,442 111* Boston 59 74 .444 21
opens its drills with good pros- Houston 57 75 .432 22Vi Washington 53 II .396 27V4
Valdespino.
session. "It's a wonderful team sad Coach John Caught, pects but another murderous New York 44 1 4 .338 34% Kansas city 4t S3 jn Xft

feeling to look down the list and'' "proving that 'we stay healthyand schedule. Coach Paul Davis said 12th Victory Los Angeles Yesterdays 12. St. Louis Results Minnesota 2 Yesterdays, Washington Results Great new taste:
see you are at least four deep benefit from an even shareof I Merritt struck Only game scheduled Only game scheduled
end Richard Weaver :would be out seven Today's Cunts Tad m Came
at every position" I the breaks." shifted to tackle and that Buddy and walked three in notchinghis Houston (Brown 211) at Philadelphia Baltimore Barber MO) at Minnesota
(Wise 5-2). night (Kaat 14-7), night
O'Boyle says he finally has 25 LettermenOle Hodges who operated at left 12th victory against 16 losses. Chicago (BuN 12-10) at Cincinnati (Mai- Boston (Lamabe .10) at Kansas City Pipe tobacco k.

enough players to worry about' Miss has lettermen and half during spring practice, Walker, who pitched a 10 Los oney Angeles lit,(Ortega night M at Pittsburgh Detroit(Segui(Loiidi M2),13-7)night at Chicago (Herbert ,
keeping them all busy in the four starters returning. The would be shifted back to right inning one-hitter in his last out (Friend 10-15), night 4-5). night _
San Francisco (Hendley 10.0) at New New York (Downing 10-7) at Los Angeles
drills, which begin today for the starters include guards Stan half, the position he played ing, now is 99. York (Jackson -13), night (Brunet 1-0), light
Greenies and the rest of the Milwaukee (Lemaster IM at St. Louis Cleveland (McDowell 5-4) at WaKington inafilter9VE
Hindman and Bobby Robinson, last season. I Rochester solidified its holdon (Sadecfcl It*), nightTomorrows (Kreutzer 5-3), nightTomorrows

Southeastern Conference foot- tailback Dave Jennings and LSU opens its drills with 76 third place with the vic San Francisco at New York.Game N New York at Los AngHes.Games N iO6 crn R I ref s ocains
ball teams. I tackle Tommy Lucas. Senior varsity prospects. Coach Charlie tory over Buffalo. The Wingsnow Milwaukee at St Louis. N Boston at Kansas CHy. N !
Houston at Philadelptua N Baltimore at Minnesota, N
Tough Schedule Jim Weatherly and junior Jim- McClendon said he was impressed are TA games behind Syra- Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N Detroit. Chicago N cigarette

O'Boyle, however, has some-' my Heidel move into the quarterback with the physical shape of cuse, while the Bisons are 9 Chicago INTERNATIONAL at Cincinnati, N LEAGUE Cleveland at Washington, N

thing else to worry about Tu-: slot vacated by- Perry the team. games back Syracuse 13 W 57 L jn Pet. -GB FLORIDA STATE W LEAGUE L ret. G.B
Jane's murderous schedule. He Lee Dunn. Coach Paul Bryant of Alabama Mike McCormick went the distance -Jacksonville 13 5I.5It V, SL Petersburg 324 .5t 4 -

laces an uphill fight to get the Georgia opens its practice under said his squad was ready' for the Wings allowing Buffalo Rochester 71 75, 43 M JM.540 ,7Y4 Orlando Tampa 34 37 21 27 J7t JU 1 I

Greenies out of the SEC cellar, new, Coach Vince Dooley, to begin the season. "The squad eight hits in picking up his tenth Columbus Toronto 4 72* 79 44 ..522.&32 J2V4 10 Miami Ft. Lauderdale 30 33 34 32 .501 jUt a SH You get pleasing aroma-and great
playing teams such as national who says lack of depth in the looks to be in good shape ,he victory in 18 decisions. Bunky Richmond S! 10 ..,. J3V4 Sarasota 21 34 .452 t new taste!The secret It's packed with

champion Texas and bowl teams line a replacement for quarter, said. "We, only have a couple Warren started for the Herd Atlanta Tedays' Games 51 17 JTfl XV Lakeland Daytona B. 25 34 15 37 ,417.413 11V4 11 America's best-tasting pipe tobacco '

Alabama, Louisiana State, Mississippi back Larry Rakestraw and more of boys who look overweight, and picked up his third loss Buffalo Syracuse at at Rochester Toronto Yesterdays Results famous Half rod Half!Smoke new Half

.and Mississippi State. over-all team speed are prime and ,they should be down to against three triumphs. Joe Al- Columbus at Richmond. 1 Miami 4. Fort Lauderdale 2 urI Half Filter Cigarettes
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Giants Still "Contender Jack Nicklaus on GOLF Four Pitchers c .-", I



POIN"Ar rNF rA G rA. Draw AttentionIn


t "1UfOP OF 'ME.t3Ac wmie '?R URCLLiB511AF1' .
SHOULD POINT IN A 6TRAIGHT
If Tittle Stays HealthyBy LINE DIRECTION 'fOWAFlDf1.fg --rAR(1:
WHEZ'11-I ER YOU ;o.AKfJ.Ig CUJ& TO PAf&USl* The StretchBy
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JACK HAND tie stays in one piece., Perhaps ry, but it was not regarded as Joe. Morrison chunk out a few ffO MAINTAIN ARECIPROCATIN&
((17th in a Series) .an experienced back-up quar- serious. Y.A. said he could have yards on the ground.The MIKE RATHET that has been bothering him.

FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) -:terback will be acquired.before returned to the game but Sherman startling off-season tradesof RA'GlH1''L-INe MOTION' "'1"01"He/ Associated Press Sports Writer I While Marichal returns to the
A bad A Giants
back. A
arm. strong
As long as Y.A. Tittle_ stays I the season starts. As of now, the kept him on the bench as a Mo ,and Huff were followedby /1 ARC 'MROUGNOU'1''fLlWINE. Murakami was called
new vface. And an old head. I from San Francisco's
up Fresno
healthy, the New York Giants chores will fall on rookie Gary precaution and gave Wood an- two more shockers last :
They belong to four different farm club in the f
have to be a threat to win a Wood of Cornell,'an Ivy Leaguerwho other chance to perform.The week. King went to Pittsburgh, II II 1 I who California
pitchers, the where
represent league, he compiled 1
defensive rookie responded by an
drafted 1'
fourth straight Eastern Conference was as a despite a shortage of running I
three touchdown I skj most important commodity as 11-7 record in relief with a 1.78 j
back. throwing passes -
title in the National Foot
draftedNo.
backs. Joe
Don.Looney,
against Philadelphia. s the major leagues head today ERA. Murakami, 20, struck out t
ball League. No 1 as a potential runner, was t
Signs
Ball Control into the last month of the sea- 157 batters while walking only
Despite the'exhibition defeats
Tittle. has shown no signs of Ball control the Giants will peddled to Baltimore before he ?\
and the trades that disposed of son.The 33.In
the knee injury that he sufferedin ever carried the ball for the bad arm belongs to Sandy his first
Sam Huff and Dick Modzelewskiof not have, unless they have some year as a profes-
the proud defensive unit and the championship game loss more deals up their sleeves. The Giants. j i4'-1 \oufax, the ace left-hander of sional player, Murakami was

Phil King, the Giants' top run- to the Chicago Bears last De offense must go strong for the The reactivation of Andy Ro- t the Los Angeles Dodgers, who one of three Japanese players

ning back in 1963, Allie Sherman cember. pass to Del Shofner, Aaron bustelli, who had retired as a was advised by a doctor Monday signed by the Giants earlier this

has a pass-happy club that always Tittle went out of last Satur- Thomas, Frank Gifford or new- defensive end to become a full- not to pitch again this sea- year.

will be a long-ball threat. day's exhibition against Wash- ly acquired, R. C. Owens, while time coach, marks a concessionto son.The Big SurpriseThe

Always.. that is.. as ]long as Tit ington. with a similar knee inju- Dick James, Alex Webster and a shaken defensive unit. 1A strong back belongs to American League leading
Juan Marichal the
r ace right-
Orioles, meanwhile, pulled off a
No. 1 Passer
I hander of the San Francisco
I OF F.H.S.A.A. HERE Sherman, of course, has the t fl I I1t Giants, who'passed his physicaland minors big surprise and by purchasing dipping into Jones the

No. 1, passer in pro football in was pronounced fit to pitch
Tittle, the 37-year-old bald eagle .. r:: tITHER' fUGHrug f OR LEFT tional League for cash estimated -
who set league record last
a
Grid Playoff Expansion I O -TAK&er: THE: New Face in the neighborhood of the
year with 36 touchdown passes. ENTIRE ARC ecbMe50;
Shofner, Gifford and Morrison ALTERED AND AN The new face belongs to $20,000 waiver price and a minor
J RA1"C enor i& -1J.e{ tfasanori Murakami, a left- league player to be named
have been his favorite
targets
USUAL RESULT. handed relief specialist calledup later.

To Be Aired at MeetingA and Francisco now Owens mate, ,has an been old add-San tr. 1*', +..U..rr.r s.. .+r..a W.-.. by the Giants, who will be- "I wanted" someone with ex-
come the first native-born Japa- perience, said Manager Hank
II ed. Thomas and
II Bobby Crespino -
nese to play for an American Bauer.
proposal to expand the regional regional honors. Expansion of 12-13,1965. The entire first round acquired from Cleveland, major league team. Jones has a background of 11
of would lessen will be played Friday with have been battling Joe Waltonfor GrabVeteran in the during
football playoff system number regions on Cowboys The old head belongs to Sad seasons majors,
from eight groups to 12 will be''this possibility. games at 9 and 10:30: a.m., 1, the tight end'job. Sam Jones, a 38-year-old right- which he won 102 games and
studied by the 'Board of Direc- O. C. Wilson, principal of Win- 2:30: and 4 p.m. and at 6:30: 8 Doubt about Webster's physical hander purchased by Baltimore lost 101. He pitched two no-hit-

tors of the Forida High School ter Park High School, has proposed and 9:30 p.m. Finals will be on condition still clouds the to bolster its pitching staff in ters and was named the out-

Activities Association at its fall that baseball play in a I Saturday at 2:30 and 4 p.m. for backfield situation. If Webster RoachBy the American League pennant standing pitcher in the National
.meeting here Oct. 1213. week be limitedf to three games C and B, respectively; and has shaken off the back trouble scramble. League when he posted a 21-15

Harold Phares, director from during a week, at least two of] at 7:30 and 9 p.m. for A and he will be the fullback, backedby Koufax, the winningest pitcher record for San Francisco in

Hollywood, introduced a propo which shall require no loss of AA, respectively. Morrison, and James, ex- DICK COUCH LeBaron would have been a one- in the majors with a 19-5 1959.
sal to make the maximum num- time from school. The second Drawings have been made for Washington Redskin, is the left Associated Press Sports Writer season proposition." record and a 1.74 earned run av

ber of football games 13 for a and third games shall be sched- pairings and will match Region halfback. Back of them are Eddie LeBaron had his under- Meredith, whose knee was erage, underwent an examination -: Honor Howard

season, not to exceed three ex- uled for a day or days when 1 vs. Region II, Region III vs. rookies 27 year old Ernie sized shoulder pads dusted off hurt in last Saturday's exhibi- on his inflamed left elbowin

tra games. school is not in session or a day Region IV in AA, I vs. II and Wheelwright at full, and speedy and his bags packed but the tion loss to Green Bay, may not Los Angeles and was told not t NEW YORK (AP) Admirers -

The rapid growth of schools in preceding a day when school III vs. IV in A, I vs. IV and II Clarence Childs of Florida A&M .phone call from Dallas never be out as long as had been to attempt to pitch any more. of Yankee catcher Elston

the state, especially in the will not be in session. vs. III in B, III vs. IV and II and Steve Thurlow of Stanfordat came. thought.[ Team doctors exam- this season. Howard, the American
heavily populated counties will Currently, the limit is two vs. I in C. halfback. LeBaron, the 5-foot-7, 165- ined the knee Monday and will Examination League's most valuable player

bring up a situation in the not- baseball games a week. The proposal The state baseball meet will The offensive line is a veteran pound aerial magician who quit make further tests next week. Marichal, a 15-game winner. for 1963, honored the receiver

too-distant future of so ma n y is to permit, under the' be on May 13-14 1965. Sites will unit, except for right tackle the Dallas Cowboys last December The former SMU star may be who has been virtually idle: between games of the Yankee-

competing schools In the playoff prescribed conditions three be determined after regional where rookie Roger Anderson orLane after 11 National Football ready for the Cowboys' NFL since July 29, underwent an examination -, Red Sox twi-night doubleheader -
plan that at least one more rather than two games a week. I tourneys are finished. Last Howell will speir Jack League seasons, made it known opener against St. Louis Sept. in New York, where on Saturday, Aug. 29.

game, perhaps two, will be Dates for various state h i gh.year's baseball events lost Stroud. Rosey Brown is at the Monday that he would consider 12. the Giants are scheduled to I Howard, a resident of Tea-
needed to play down to a regional school athletic events have other tackle] Greg Lanson the returning for another year if his 1
money, almost $800 in AA andA One Over start a series with the Mets. He: neck, N.J. is in his 10th season
been set. Sites have been selected and Bookie Bolin and old club, weakened by the knee !
champion. center American
and $200 in B. There was a The was told there was no trace of; with the League
Floyd Lay, executive secre for most of them. profit of $3,500 in basketball.The Darrell Dess the guards. injury to quarterback Dcn Mer. and two acquisition of Roach the pinched nerve in his back: champions.
cuts-left
tary of the FHSAA, also feels Front Four edith, so wished. squad Dallasone
too schools in Cross CountryThe state high school track The Cowboys however, ig- over the 43-player limit to
there are many With Robustelli back to team
state cross country track meet will be at the Universityof nored Eddie's offer and lured be reached today. The ,Cowboysreleased
each region currently. Increas- with Jim Katcavage at ends, the Missing a
be off at the Un Florida
meet will run on Friday and Satur- another veteran signal-caller defensive tackle Benny
,
the number of regions from
ing defensive front four will include
would alleviate iversity of Florida on Saturday, day, May 78. Class B and C 31-year-old] John Roach, out of Boyd and fullback Wendel;I
to 12
eight over- John LoVetere and Chance to
Andy Styn-
Nov. will be in will be
crowding. 21. Competition on Friday and Class A retirement to meet the emer- Hayes.
two divisions. and AA on Saturday.The chula, ex-Washington Redskin gency. Baltimore reduced its
rosterto
Ties Could Occur The state high school basket state high school tennis at tackles.A Future Draft 43 plus] recently-acquired: Save Money ? ..> IAy

, The more schools competingIn ball tournament will be playedat event will be at the Universityof knee injury to Jerry Hille- Roach, who understudied Bart fullback Joe Don Lonney b "
the chance the University of Forida brand forced some changes in You probably are, if you stilt carry separate fire, theft
a region, more gym Florida courts on Thursday, Starr at Green Bay in 19C2, be- placing fullback Roy Walker on
there is of a tie occurring for on Friday and Saturday, MarchS'tvim Friday and Saturday, April 15- the, linebacker Bill Winter's crew.knee Fortunately came-! longed to the Packers so the waivers. Looney, bothered by a and liability policy policies you can on have your all home.three coverages With a Homeowners' in one

1617. Girls teams have been re- Cowboys traded a future draft leg injury, will not count on the: package-at lower cost. A Homeowners' policy is 1
duced from 17 to 16 by eliminating around, permitting him to man' choice for his contract. The six- list until he can play. convenient too-only one renewal date-only one
back
the left Joe Scott is
Standout one team from Group 7. corner. year NFL veteran, who works American Football League: bill to pay.Why not call us today for more information
at the other corner and Lou Sla- for an investment firm in Dallas clubs also had
Boys teams have been increased until today tc about this money-saving policy?
from by, a reserve squad rookie from welcomed return the trim their
15 to 16 with the extra a to squads to 39 players.
team coming from Group 5. Pitt last year, has taken over game in the same city. Boston reached the limit when

Predicts More The state high school swim- Huff's old middle job. Cowboys' Coach Tom Landrysaid linebacker Don McKinnon, oul il Howard Hall Agency

ming meets will go to Florida Dick Lynch, Erich Barnes, Roach was approached with a fractured hip, was placedon

State University (AA) and St., Dick Pesonen, Jimmy Patton "because he has a number of the injured deferred list. Buf..1 605 N.E.1 1st St.Gainesville FR 2-3456
NEW YORK (AP) Marilyn This should give you some Andrew's Prep School], B oca and Alan Webb form a veteran years left in which he can play Palo cut end Bill Nies but was i i Fla. &\
Ramenofsky, fresh from slicing ,kind of an idea of the record- Raton (A). This is the first state deep defense, which was further I with us if he wants to whereas still several men over the limit t.
another huge chunk off the busting spree expected to high school event to go to FSU bolstered by the arrival of Nelson ]:,
world record for the women's brighten up the Olympic swim- after years of various bids by' who had been a No. 1 safe-

400-meter freestyle, says she's ming championships at Tokyo, the Tallahassee schools] to se- ty at Baltimore since 1957.
to be better. Oct. 1024.
going cure one of the sports. Datesare

Fred Schmidt just after trim Tops List May 1, for Class A; and
ming the American mark in the Miss who May 8, for Class AA. Tampa Back
Ramenofsky, jus
men's 200-meter()( butterfly to
The state high school golf IP/AE''ffl
turned 18 20 out
on Aug. came
2:08: thinks it will take 2:05: to tournament will be at Port St
of nowhere to the women's Is Critical
top i
win the event in the Olympics.The world list for 400-meter free Lucie course, Fort Pierce, on: / )
world mark of 2:06.9: is held April 1516. Dan McCarty High I
style with a best time'of 4:45
by Australia's Kevin Berry. of Fort Pierce is host school. TAMPA AP-Halfback) Rob-
after This year the Pomona State-' ert Parnell, who collapsed during -
Donna de Varona right A change in the annual meet
chopping her own world stand- bound brunette has repeatedlyhammered ing of the FHSAA also has beenmade. I a University of Tampa foot

ard in the 400-meter individual down one of swimming's Hereafter, it will be i in I ball scrimmage last Saturday,
medley to 5:14.9, says "I'll haveto hardiest world records Gainesville. The next meeting i was listed in critical condition BRING THESE COUPONS FOR THESE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES

go faster to win in the Olympics the 4:44.5: set by Olympic March 13, 1965.Dodd sat Tampa General Hospital.Dr. .
..* queen Chris Von Saltza in the Mason Trupp said the 5- I

1960 Olympic trials at Detroit.In foot-10, 170-pound athlete] from FRONT END SPECIAL 6.95 II
the recent nationals at Los Expects nearby Brandon was sufferingfrom

Plans Altos Hills, Calif., she sliced the a head injury.
Tampa standard to 4:41.7. Then in the Decision Soon Head coach Sam Bailey said Complete Brake Check and Adjustment Broke fluid added-entire broke system rood Any U. S. Car

final of the Olympic trials Mon- Parnell was playing deep defensive I checked Front end aligned with comber caster and toe in corrected and bearings repacked. Parts Extra
day, she sizzled to a 4:39.5 ATLANTA (AP) AthleticDirector
Are back during the scrim-
Crimped record, pushed all the way by Tech says Bobby a decision Dodd of Georgia be: mage and made "a nice clean I WHEEL BALANCE R Plus WtS. 99
18-year-old Terri Stickles, an- may "
He and
tackle.
: jumped returned
up
made by Sept. 16 whetheTech's
the on r
By LakelandBy other power swimmer from to his position. Three
Santa Clara S.C. Terri also sur- Grant Field will be usedas I
later said Par-
passed the pending world mark the new site for the All plays Bailey : MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREEWith
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with a time of 4:41.5.: America Bowl football game. nell walked up to another coach
Cellar dwelling Lakeland puta Approval is needed from the and complained of dizziness.
crimp in Tampa's plans fora Broke Record university system board of regents He was helped to the sideline Coupon. Guaranteed for life of your car Non-tronsferoble

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by beating the Tarpons 6-2 in a eclipsed Carl Robie's American the game from its Buffalo, N.Y. He still had not regained ,

12-inning game.Lakeland record of 2:08.2: by two-tenths of home to Tech's stadium can be:; consciousness late Monday.

first half winner, a second in edging Robie in the arranged. __ W/Oil Chg.- .
scored four runs in the top of f butterfly final. Robie, a Michi- Dodd estimated that the game 5 MEN WANTED ,
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St. Petersburg Saints. The Phil Riker, 17-year-old high drawing only about 20,000. I I I Wed.. Fri. 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

season ends Sept 5. school grad from Paterson,
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1.,11 ; Hawthorne Opens Doors for Fish Fry





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Cleo CostsSt. VF/ Short Course to Review *: : ': -- -. ,'7 .' ,.!"tit ;.10,000 I Due

Lucie Co. : '!rI \ -



$4 MillionFORT \ Fla. Light Horse Industry I k1j:1 To Feast

,
PIERCE (AP) The S.

I Indian River citrus district and The present status of the light tions?" problems will be cited. W. R. ,

other agriculture in St. Lucie horse industry will be reviewed The nutritive values of var- Brawner of Ocala will discuss _

County took a $4.million pound' at the second annual Light ious feeds, Florida hays vs. the use of hormones in repro- _

Horse Short Course at the Uni- Northern hays, and Florida duction.D. .

ing from Hurricane Cleo, reports -! versity of Florida Friday and pastures for horses will be eva- L. Wakeman, assistant Hear BurnsBy

; the county civil defense Saturday. .' luated. Basic training sugges- animal husbandman at the UF,

), director. I Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the tions will be given. William ()- is the short course chairman

UF animal science departmentsaid Reed of Hialeah will talk on He said a record attendance is
A. Vest said most of the
Hugh that short course speakers leg conditions and their caus- expected at the short course, BUZZ MIXSONSun School. The serving of fried

\ ,damage was.to the grapefruit will discuss elements cf gen- and he especially invited all Area Editor mullet, grits, hushpuppies and

crop, which was just reaching etics, color inheritance, the use es.Pasture management will be horse fanciers in the Gaines- other items of the supper menu

W, maturity when Cleo's howling of pedigrees in a breeding system -discussed by a panel o! speakers ville area to attend. HAWTHORNE That special will start at that time. Bill Ba-

winds struck last Thursday. and breeding plans for including Salty Langford, Wakeman emphasized the I brand of Hawthorne hospitality ker, fish fry chairman, said

,R horse owners. McDavid Quarter Horse fact that there will be no regis- i will be very much in evidence -there will be six chow lines this
Growers estimated 50
r per cent What horses need in terms of Farm, Brooker; Edsel Rowan, tration fee. i Thursday when this town year to speed up the servings.The .

1 of the crop was blown down. protein, energy, vitamins, and Marion County agent; and El- All sessions will be held at I plays host to an expected 10- fish fry program will

Vest said damage to public minerals will be shown by Dr. mer Heubeck Jr., Hob e a u the UF Livestock Pavilion, 000 visitors from Alachua and start at 6 p.m., with Jackson-

( and private property in the W. P. Lehrer Jr. of Los Ang- Farms, Ocala. starting with registration at neighboring counties. ville Mayor Haydon Burns,

I I county, excluding agriculturallosses geles, Calif., and Dr. W. S. Te- Horse owners will be offered 8:15 a.m. Friday. Friday after FB Week ProclaimedSaluting Democratic nominee for gover-
The occasion is the annual
totaled about $250,000. ter, of St. Louis, Mo., will answer suggestions for disease Ireven- noon, UF President J. Wayne nor, as the main speaker.

He placed the cost of cleanup the question, "Can we substitute tion and parasite control. Common Reitz will welcome the short Hawthorne Fish Fry which According to Sid Martin.
\ agriculture throughout the state, Gov. most Alachua Countians have of the Hawthorne C
at $48,500. for oats in horse ra digestive and respiratory: course participants. president
Farris Bryant signs a proclamation designating Sept. come to look forward to as a of C, a motorcade of Burns sup-

\ 13-19 as Farm Bureau Week in Florida. Witnessingthe sure sign that fall, with its at- porters from Alachua and surrounding
tendant school and social activities !-
signing are, from left. E. H. Finlayson, Gaines counties will accompany
BUSINESS MARKET 2 I_ is on its way. the governor nominee in-
ville, president of the 33,000-member Florida Farm
sXg X. '- to Hawthorne.
REPORT Bureau Federation Commissioner of The event is by the
i' 'M: -VfT? ; Agriculture sponsored John Taylor of Hawthornewill

i REVIEW Doyle Conner, Mrs. George Munroe, Quincy, chair- Hawthorne Area Chamber of introduce Burns to the fish
Commerce Lion's Club and
of the FFBF ,
man women's program; and T. K. fry audience.
f ____ American Legion Post to celebrate -
McClane Jr., Gainesville, FFBF executive vice presi- the opening of school and Other program highlightswill
include a welcome by Mayor -
dent.
welcome residents to the
: new Aubrey Middleton and introduction
I Late MorningN.Y. Hawthorne area. of the Hawthorne school

Readers' Request Sign for Selective ServiceOn It began on a small scale faculty members by PrincipalJoe

j ListingAllisChal some years back when Haw- Wood.

I thorne was threatened with the Roy Molander will present
The following market quotations 20% Int Pap 32% 18th The cakes to the oldest man and
school.
of its
are requested specifically by readers I Reaching Birthday ,loss high pur-
cf the Sun financial page. The quota.STOCK LISTINGS Alcoa 65% Jones&L 81% pose then was to show the community woman present.
tions
I are furnished by I It AmAir 42% Kais Al 33 If you are a young man just McArthur said that by Pres- spirit and support of This will be the second appearance -

t Pierce WulbernMurphey i iI AmCan 43% Ken'cott 86V4 turned 18 years of age, you idential proclamation of 1948, the local school. of Burns as speakerat
the annual fish
I AmCyan 57%Lig & My 82% should immediately r e g ister all young men must register that time the fish fry fry. Other
Since -
NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Union Pac -- l.OOa 42% ,Pioneer Fund ---,, 9.97 with Selective Service within speakers in the past have included
-
f Und Air L ___._ l.Mb! 49% :Puritan Fund -_._ 9.49 AmMot 16% Loch'd 37% with the Selective Service System -five days following their 18th has grown to the extent that U. S. Rep. D. R. (Billy -

AT&T 70 Lorillard 47% if have not already last year an estimated 6,000 per ) Matthews, who is expectedto
Upjohn -- 1.00 47% Putnam Growth .-,-..??..?-,.... 9.43 you birthday. He said there is a
Abbott Lab 2.40 37 Jim Walter 26% 'TV & Elec __.___ 8.11 AmTob 36% Mag'vox 29% done so, J. A. McArthur, chairman mistaken idea held by some sons joined in the festivities.This be present this year; State

Allied Chern 1.80 52l War Lamb ----- .70 31% Value Line Inc __ 5.72 16% MM&M: 57% of Local Board No. 17 that they may register any year's fish, fun and fellowship -Comptroller Ray Green, who
Ampx
Cp
Amerada Pt 2,00 82 affair is slated to start
\ Worthintn .--- 1.5C 48 Wellington Fund __ 15.18 (Gainesville), said today. time during their 18th year. also has indicated he will be
Am Elc Pow 1.1Cb 44th Xerox ..--..-- 997/8 Anaconda 45% Mohasco 14% Thursday at 4:30 p.m. on the on hand Thursday; and former

Amer Enka 1.40a 61% Zenith __..- 1.20a> 61% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Armour 47% Mons'to 79% Col. Harold C. Wall, State grounds of Hawthorne High Attorney General Dick Ervin,

\ Amer Hone 1.44a 66% Comp. Vol Close Changes ACL 78% Mont Wd 37 FEC Claims Selective Service director, said who is now a Supreme Court

f Amer M Fdy .90 18 OVER THE COUNTERNEW 85,800 Sunshn Mng 26% off 1% Babcock 33% Nat Dair 79% recently that more than one out justice.

(, Armco Stl ..-_ 3.00 71 YORK (AP) The following bid 78,000 Chrysler 57% off % Assessments'Discriminatory' of three of Florida's 3,937 young 2 Williston Other state notables who
Atch Topka 12a 33% and asked quotations supplied by the 67,300 Am Tobacco 36% up % Beth Stl 37% Nat Dist 27% men registered in July failed to' have
invitations
to the
National
Association of Securities Dealers accepted
I' -
Baxter Lab .36 25% Inc.. do not represent actual transactions 52,600 Tex Gulf Sul 51% off 1% Boeing 60% N. Am Av 49% do so within five days after their Women Finish fish fry include Edwin Fraser,
Beckman In 59 but are the NASD's estimateof Am Tel Tel 70 unch 59%
the range within which these securIties 50,800 Borden 75V4 Penney 18th birthdays. He said that out secretary of the State Senate,

Beech Us -. 1.10 4n. bought could(asked have): been sold (bid) or 42,300 Sperry Rd 14 up % Brunswk 8 Pa RR 34% TALLAHASSEE (AP) The of 1,424 late registrants, only LPN Studies and Earl Faircloth, attorney
Bristol My __ .M 67 34,700 Westg El 36% unch Cola 54% 27 were declared wilfully delinquent .
CaterTr 34 Pep generalelect.A
t Brown Shoe 3.40 101 Alico Land -- 8% 33,700 Pan Am 29% off % Florida East Coast Railway The state director said
Brunswick 8 Amer Fidel Life ___ 23% 32,500 Permian 12% up %I Celanese 69 Phil Mor 81% claims its property assessmentsare this indicates carelessness and WILLISTON Mrs. Lula dance starting at 7 p. m.
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Cambell S __..._ %.40 35 I Amer Heritage _---_.--- ----_---- 23% 32,200 Lockhd Airc 37/ up ;41 Chrysler 57% Phill Pet 54 "grossly in excess of full ignorance, rather than rank dis Mae Harley and Mrs. Mary in the school gym will concludethe

Carter Pdt 1.CCa 16% I Amer Mat Ins --- 207/s 31,900 Penn RR 34 up / CocaCola 136% RCA 31% cash value" and are discriminatory -obedience. Carolyn Stegall will be among annual fish fry festivities.
I the 17 licensed practical nur- Music and a floor show will be
Case J I ,-- ------ 20 Amer Pioneer Life __ 8% 27,000 Mc Dermott 31% off % Com Ed 54% Rep Stl 46 ICon confiscatory, unreasonable, '
said that Selective at the J. Hillis
McArthur ses graduating provided by Bob Boulware and
Cessna Air 1.e.1) 28th Anheuser Busch __ 52% 25,900 Gillette Co 25% off % Edis 89% Revlon 34% invalid, illegal and out of pro- Service registration and exami- Miller Medical Center in his Swingbillies.
Ches Ohio 4.00 76% Anodyne --- 4% 25,300 Sunray Dx 33% off % portion.The .
Cont Can 50 Rey Tob 46% nation of 18 year-olds does not Gainesville Friday.
Martin said that extra sher-
Coas S Gas 294 Citizens Bank -_- 37 25,000 Foremost Dairy 12% up %
Dow Che 67% StReg P 29% claims were contained in mean they face induction in the iff's deputies will be
assignedto
CBS _ 1.80h 40 Comsat Corp 38% Mrs. Harley will job Dr.
a Comb Eng 1.20 29 Conn Lt & Pow 37% AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE duPont 259 Seaboard 51% a petition filed Monday in Leon immediate future. He said pres- James 0. Dailey in Williston handle traffic and parkingon

Cone Mills _-_-__.-_-_-_-_-__ -, .M 20% Cowles Mag & Pb __ 11% STOCKS EAL 28!% Sears 118% County Circuit Court in a move ent induction age is 21-22, depending -as office assistant and Mrs. the school grounds.

ContlAirl--- 21 Dunn & Bradst .___ 60% Volume Close E. Kodak 128% Sinclair 45% by the FEC to cut its assess- on calls Selective Service Stegall plans to work at the "It's all free," said Martin,
Change ments than half. receives frem the Depart-
by more
,. ContI ins -- -- 2.20 59. Florida Gas -_-_ HVs Oak View Nursing Home in "and we are looking forwardto
126,400 Nw Idra Mng 1% up :Vt Firestone 41% Socony 79% ment of Defense.
Fla Nat' Bank 64% The railroad said in its 14-
not
'It Contrl Data 82% -- --- Williston. welcoming only people
1 Com Pdts ----- --- --.. 1.50 5Hz Fla Tele .------...-_-. 28% 47,800 New Pk Mng 4% off % Fla Pw 50 Southn C 62% page petition that the Railroad McArthur said that young from the Hawthorne area but
Delta Air 1.60 73 Forrest Labs -_-_._ 24% 28,200 Fotochrome 3 up % Fla P&L 77V4 SperryR 14 Assessmemt Board has assessed men turning 18 in Alachua County -I Graduation exercises will from all over Northcentral FlOe

Det Steel --- .GO IH founders Life ___- 8% 14,100 Gulf Sulphur 6% up Y Ford 52% StBrand 76% its property at $50.7 million should report to the L o cal take place in the Medical Science -rida."

Emerson EI _- Leo 43% Franklin Life .._....i.--. ,? 55% 13,300 Mackey Air 4% off % Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 81%I while it should have set a figureof Board, which is located at 114, Building auditorium at the

Fair Camera .50g 24 Great American 11% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS I $20.4 million. SE First St., Gainesyille. Health Center Friday evening.
Studebak 61's
\ Finan'l Fed 40 Grolier ._--_. AlVt Purchases _.__ 303,884 Frept Sul 39 Gator Alley

Fst Chartr 1.97 27! Gulf Life .____- 53 Short Sales ---____. 2,749 Freuh Tr 32% Swift 52% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH '
Jerff Jones ._ 14% Gen Dyn 32% Texaco 80% .
FIaECst.. 12 Other Sales ._--___-. 308,132 )
Bonds
Food Fair .- .93 22 Home Ins -_..----_-__ 66 ,Total Sales __ 310,881 Gen El 84% Thiokol 14 : Sold
FMC Corp 1.00 554 Jax Minit Mkts __ 8S. I, Gen Fds 90% U Carbid 118
Sennasaw Life __ 12% PREVIOUS DAY'S Gen Mtrs 96% Unit Airc 54%
; Frito Lay _- 39 4 I Underdeveloped Travel Industry At Low
Rate
Gcn Tele ...-.---_-_ .f-S 32% Life of Fla _______ 7 STOCK MARKET Goodrich 54% Un Fruit 23 .

Ga Padf _. lJGb SH Lowes Company __ 193s Advances --_____________________- 507 Goodyr 43% US Steel 58% '. ,.;

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( Hel Curtis _ .&0 14 Pacific SW Air 36% i Total Issues -____ 1,307 Hon well 125Vinn Dix 36% \ "". rp Everglades Expressway linking

IBM .. 5.ro 410mt Schlitz Brew _... --,_.. ---_-_ 47% New 1963-64 Highs 42, Int Harv 85% Woolwlh 211'S Naples and Fort Lauderdale
I Min -C ___ 1.803 6M4Int Secur Life & Tr ._.. ,. ,? ... 68 New 1963-64 Lows -_- 26 i Int Nick 78% The U. S. travel industry is only 12 per cent of us would 'vel "multiplies" into as much as cleared with the sale of $17

1 Tele .-.-,- -1 1.00 53'h Southern Nitro. .???-,..?,?._ 25%I woefully underdevelopedeven spend it on travel. :$$3 as it flows through the economic million in revenue construction

1 Kellogg - 1303 45% Travelers Ins -_-_- 43% I though more than 110 million of What, then, is the problem? I stream, according to bonds for 3.7165 per cent in.

i Lehman CP 1.34e 29 AMERICAN STOCK I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 31 us are expected to travel away On Sept. 13 the National Assn. :some experts. For instance, terest.

Litton In 1 98f 68% EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen (e) New York Times ,from home in 1964, travel is of Travel Organizations (N. A. when you spend an extra $1 The Florida Development

Lone S CM 1.00 21%: 29H I High Low Close Net Chg. !the third biggest industry in our T. 0.) the domestic indus- at the gas station, the station'sowner Commission sold the bonds

Marsh Fld 1.to 45: Analex Corp _-. 27 25 Rails 142.14 140.30 140.81 Off 1.18 ;country today and Americans try's major trade organization has an extra $1 to spendat Monday to Smith, Barney, Bly.

:Martin M 1.0018%, Aqua Chem __ ._ 16a 25 Industrials 852.06 843.05 846.93 Off .09 I'account for more than half of will convene a three day the food store, the store'sowner th and Co. and Associates of
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:McG Hill .60a 34 Aurora Plastics 24! 50 Stocks 497.10 491.57 493.87 Off .63 ,,the word's traveling and of theworld's 'meeting in New York City to in turn has an extra $1 New York for what it called one
-
:Mead Corp 1.70 46%, travel each I to spend at the barber's, etc.,
Barnes Engineer ,-_ 19% spending on consider the question and to develop of the lowest interest rates for
Merkd 2.ooa 40 etc. Nearly half the states in
: Americans state highway construction.
to -
---- Butler Shoe ... 10 year. ways spur more
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:Mati Air ---- .80 SO%, STOCK this country count tourism State Road Board Chairman
into
Americans traveling more.
Chromaloy ._ ___ 15% FLASHES Item: 80 million plus
NYCCnt1. .5cg 41 their three indus- !
Cinerama ..?_,-1u11-.1----....._ 6M took no trip of any sort in It's a story going far beyond among top John Phillips said construction
Nia M Pow 2.00 56: MARKETNEW tries, and the prime source of would begin almost immediately -
Computer Sci_ 17% 1963. the profits of the comparativelylow
Norfolk W 6.00 128%, for states is tra-
revenue many because his office awarded a
Cutter Labs A 16% travel of
P S 1.48 59%, Steels Item: Only 35 per cent of us profit industry,
t No lad YORK (AP) contract to build the first 27
Data Control 52% In fact travel
I No Nat Gas 1.80 S6 4, Tobaccos and other industrialsrose Dow Jones Stock Averages took a vacation trip last year. course. boosting vel.Efforts travel nd
Fulton Inds _ 10 to hike a miles last week. The contract
be-
within the U. S. has not
Item A full 70 to 80 per cent
W 6.00 :, :
Norfolk 128% this aft- !
Gen Develop 5% moderately early Previous Day | 2nd Hours j have been come part of the "war on poverty" -tourism are being sharply step- hinged on the sale of the bonds.
of Americans never
S ,
Ind P 1.48 59 4
No
ernoon pacing the stock mar- I Johnson I mile toll
President The 78 road
long
Mackey Airlines ._,. 4% ped up. ,
well vital -
838.48 30 Indust. 3.46 and of those who, program as as a
56%: | I airplane ,
No Nat Gas 1.80 up on an
I ket to moderate advance. of
Mead Johnson 16U a of relentless driveto has gone on record in support called Alligator Alley becauseof
Olin "lath -_ 1.20 42 Pac NW Tele _ 22% Utilities and rails were not in 206.25 | 20 Rails_ I up 0.59 have, a picayune 15 per cent of part maintain our the and a massive "See the U. S. A." its route through the Ever.
Owezis II G 2.50 102 4 do more than half the travel integrity
l Philips Elec 40 gear with the industrial section, 149.72 | 15 Utile I up _0.12 us reputation of the U. S. dollar.To drive and a nationally known glades swamps, will be built by
Pac: G & E 1.00 3B4 l Redwing Carriers .,.., 11% displaying a mixed pattern. 297.06 ing by plane. I man is to be named as chairman Broward and Collier counties.In .
65 Stocks 0.96 be
Pac: LUng 2.40 29%' considerably ( 1 up Item: 60 per cent of us have, specific: .
'RicGroup- -.-.-. T.--!_ 7% Trading was 1 of the campaign. The pro- another action the Development
Pac: T & T 1.2C 28 1 I Sperry R. Wtts. 6 livelier than Monday, however. 3,350,000] Volume 1,840,000full never spent the night in a The travel and tourism indus- gram's ambitious goal is a hef- Commission refused to
Pan Amer A 1.20 29 is the nation's largest single -
I Syntex 55% Chrysler, threatened anew I hotel try ty 50 per cent increase in authorize $181,921 in federal
Parke DaY 1.00 26 i ipennzoU I Tampa Elec _ 25% with a possible strike Sept. 9 if! point Ford a fraction.! Item: Last year, more than employer of the unskilled domestic travel in the next funds for use by the National
2.00 3TI1 I demands of I half the airplane seats on transAtlantic work e r. As Charles Gillett,
Tech Measur 2Ui it does not satisfy American Motors was steady. couple of years. I Parkinson Foundation and
Pfizer .-_--- ..80a47%I TWA Wts J 24% the United Auto Workers, was I American Tobacco rose a.. routes were empty. N. A. T. O. president says, "The The drastic slashes in international Parkinson Rehabilitation Diagnostic

Phelps Polaroid DG __ 3.00.20 140 71%I Valspar -7% wobbly in early trading when it point then halved the gain. Reynolds Those statistics,. gathered quickest way to find jobs for air fares and the development and Research Institute in
the unskilled and is
sank nearly a point, but recovered Tobacco held a 1-point from a half-dozen recent sur- unemployed on low cost air Miami.
SY'E G 2.60 38 MUTUAL FUNDS
Pub I them work in this in-
to to
Pure Oil 1.60 61 I Affiliated Fund _ 9.08 and edged to the upside. rise, Liggett & Myers a frac- veys.are astonishing. They pre- put package trips are spurring foreigners The commission also awarded
Most other motors were higher. sent a travel pattern dramati- dustry. to travel within our a contract to Maruette da

Rayonier RexaU--- ----fl. 1.00.50b54 36%L Divers Capital Growth Life & Gr ____ 10.17 9.63 Chemicals, aerospace'issues, tion.The averages were bolsteredby cally different from the one we The "tourist gap" the difference -borders. Simultaneously, both Bary and Co. of New York for

Re'Il Mets SO 3t':i Dividend Shares .___ 3.81 nonferrous metals and rubbers gains exceeding a point by reporters usually draw when we between what we Americans -the airlines and railroads are $900,000 worth of state office
also Airlines lower Union that record spend for travel abroad educational building revenue bonds at 3.6311
Rich Merr 1.00 5511R I Dreyfus __ 20.43I gained. were Carbide and Eastman emphasize our II launching unique
C Cola 1.20 23% Fidelity Capit- 11.22 on balance, oils mixed. Kodak and by a rise of nearlya amounts of income, vacation and what foreigners spend for advertising campaigns aimed per cent. The bonds, plus another
-----
Dutch 1.73g 45 I Fidelity Fund _ 18.01I The Associated Press averageof point by Du Pont. AT&T was and leisure time are pushing va- travel in the U. S. will be'. directly at the domestic non- $%.5 million authorized by

Roy Searle GD .--- .90 59i. Fidelity Trend .___ 18.90 60 stocks atnoon, was up .4 at about unchanged,.Jersey Stand- cation travel in 1964 to the high- the worst in history this' traveler. Tours are being tailored the commission will finance

2.00 M%I Fund'tal Invest 11.12 314.6 with industrials up 1.0, ard easy. est peaks in history. year, will be a crucial factor in to the individual interests construction and land acquisition

Smith Singer KIn- 1.203 601ASou i Income of Boston _,. 8.62 rails up .1 and utilities off .1. Up a point were Xerox Boeing Money, the surveys show, is the continuing deficit in our balance and budgets of U. S. families as for a State Road Depart

Cat Ed 1.05 33 Incorporated Inc 10.13 The Dow Jones industrial average and Time Inc. Polaroid ran not the key problem. One study of payments. It's imperative -never before. ment building in Tallahassee's

St Oil ear --- .2.00 641A t Keystone K-2 _ 5.65 at noon was up 3.46 at up more than 3. IBM was un- found that one-third of American that we control this gap by The challenge to all segmentsof Capitol Center.
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St OU lad 2.00b 8O Keystone 5-3 ._- 16.94 841.904. changed. adults claim to have no de encouraging more foreigners to the travel tourism industryis The commission also authorized -

Sterl .Drug .65 2fl, Keystone 5-4 -_ _ 4.83 U.S. Steel rose nearly a point, Prices rose generally in mod- sire to take any trip of any travel here,.and by encouraging implicit in the startling statistics St. Petersburg to construct

Texas Uti! --- 1.20 631A t Life Investors ...,,. 10.42 Jones & Laughlin more than a erate trading on the American type. Another, in which people, more enthusiasm among Americans a 16-inch water main along a
how of
are
Textron 1.(0 46 1. Life Stock Fund .- 8.04 point and Republic and Bethlehem -Stock Exchange. were asked bow they would who travel for seeing our on many you portion of the Pinellas'Bayway

Tidewater _------- 31%a Mass. Inv Stock __ 16.75 fractions. Corporate and U.S. government spend an outright gift of $5,000, own country first. vacation stay-at-homes and no- right-of-way. to which the commission -

raniWA- m I Mass. Inv Growth._- 8.83 General Motors advanced a bonds took losses. came up with the finding that Each dollar you spend on tra. go's. holds title.





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12 Gainesville Sun 1 ruesday September 1. 1964


13-Help Male or Female 33 LOTS FOR SALE


Bank Teller Food Price 25 YearsCl. I CLASSIFICATION INDEX I DRIVERS for ice cream Novelty Acre lots N'NJ OO.OO res home

Gap 37 Iwps.-"S1.Must be careful driver. sites. S.W. TV* acres Ranchettes

NaziHit near Paines Prairie
mce
MARY MOELLER REALTOR
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE ,
16 Work' Wanted
Female lot, W. Unlv FR 6-4471
CaughtNapping I la McmorlamCard
Poland I > ot Tkanki IS Wanted tV B yMachinery I EXPERIENCED legal secretary d- 34 Waterfront
1'.13T PropertyOVER
Wider S Led Fo.iU c::: sires permanent position, trial
Growing = 4 FersonalUed Services C3 Btildinr Materials g & civil work preferred. Reply
5 Travel Information, 4 Beoiehold Goods g to Box 571A Gainesville Sun. 30 acres of lake front, many

WARSAW Poland (AP) C Special !Notice 65 AntifiesU WILL do ironing & babysitting in bearing pecan trees. Also S fur
Misc. For Salo
The 25th anniversary of Germa- 7 Florist* C7 my hern*. Phone FR 6-1737 nished houses with dock and deep
Trading PosUM well
CkJU Caret pump. Many extras. On
S Baby Eltier
JACKSONVILLE AP Con- June 27."Publicity
( ) Articles Wanted Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis
JACKSONVILLE (APMonroe y's invasion of Poland the Places T. G. And 17 Work Wanted Mole
.
(9 Fn.l Oil Woods Jewelry Co.WINFRED
about the differ- .
demand for T. le
sumer_ readytoeatfoods Ii Thing *
McKinney Knowles, a bank fateful start of World War II 0 Boat* Marine EaJp.AUTOMOTIVE .
has helped widen the gap ences in producer and consumer 71 Camp Stunt Flak = ASSISTANT MANAGER needed tor H. CRAWFORD
teller found napping by the road- is being recalled today in Poland 7J Office Esmlpmect7J Pure On Station. 1606 NW 13th Reg Broker, specalizing in
side with twenty-three $1,000 between farm and store prices prices has given a ,false Impression with rallies and ?( Airplane Sales-KenUte Mncleal Merchandise 1 St. Hours 3 P. M. to 12 P. Moo LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..

the Davis Brothers who for customers 'generally speeches :1 Track for 21 6 days a week. Company operated AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,
say station. Inc. benefits. Paid .
bills faced embezzlement mourning.Top = M Trmck Wanted REAL ESTATE FOR GR $02981.Cedar
SALE
head one of the nation's biggest are not aware of the cost of H 80 Tractors Truck RenUUi =: vacation. If interested apply I
charges today. Polish leaders P. M. to 5 P_ M Sept 2.
supermarket chains. the additional services they are are appearing i ; Trailer Rentals n Mebil Homes for Sale Ii Key Shoresfine
The FBI said he would be arraigned at rallies in Warsaw U Motorcycle Scooter 13 Lots (or Salo an
18 Schools & InstitutionsPIANO homesites from $2250
"Customers are asking for demanding, the Davis brothers SI Automobile Repair S4 Watirfroat Property
before U. S. District and in, Gdansk the former free li A.t.i..bUeS (or Sato U Heues For Sal. == non-waterfront from $1510
better quality more services : said. = M Swap Cars Zt CotUf For Sal. teacher available, member
Court Judge Bryan Simpson. prepared ready-to-eat or cooked In spite of more expensivefood city of Danzig. It was in Danzig ee S7 Real Estate ExebeagedEDUCATI'INAL GMTA: Beginners and Intermediates Marina LocationsINVEST

Bond was set at $10,000. that the first shots sounded at == 38 Beal Estate Wanted an all ages. 1311 NE 20th Placeor
foods and varieties and call 372-6532 anytime. : facilities needed here
greater processing packaging, 39 Ont of Towa Property
InitneUe
The South Miamian IS Sckool *
28-year-old 4:45 a.m. Sept. 1, 1939, when the Dase.... 40 Bnsineio Properties SPEEDWRITING BOOKKEEPINGCIVIL
said A. D. Davis, president they added, the average American U M le. Motel Locations
arrested Ocala E 41 Residential Income
was near German cruiser Schleswig-Hol- 20 Wanted Instrmetloa SERVICE TRAINING
and J. E. Davis board chair- family is spending 19 43 Farms ft Acreage ==
per Secretarial Courses Classes now I INVEST accommodationsneeded
State S. E. I :
Monday by Trooper .
man of Winn-Dixie stores. cent of its after-tax income for stein shelled Westerplatte, a EMPLOYMENT 4J-I Colored Property SUM forming. Howell's Business College -
Blitch making a routine checkon 211 W. Univ. Ave.
They made the remark in a food today. tiny Polish enclave across the 17 Work Wanted pta RENTALS FR 6-3507
a sleepy motorist. BUtch said 5 1C Work Wanted Female anIs
DAVID ANDREWS--
Bay of Danzig.In HIGH SCHOOLat
statement Monday reporting This compares with 26 per Sale Help Wanted 41 Colored Property Rentals
Knowles identified him- home. free booklet. A mer lean
readily Female
record sales and net earningsfor cent spent by the average West Germany, ChancellorLudwig = IS 13 Help Male-Help Male Wanted or 45 44 Furnished Collates tor Apts.Real 5 5 School P. O. Box 16661 Jackson- REAL ESTATE

self.Knowles the fiscal year which ended American family in 1947-49 the Erhard observed the = Dramatic 41 Unfurnished Apts. ville. Fla 32216. CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831

has been sought since declaring that 5 II Femalo Help Wanted 47 Raises for Rent F.,.. 5 IBM machines. 024-026, limited enrollment -
Davis brothers said. They also anniversary by = 41 ISsues for Rent Villa,.. 5 classes now forming. $12 WATERFRONT FOOT!
his Aug. 8 disappearance in con- said it 30( I Germans want nothing more to 5= FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Roomk for Rent an Howell's Business College 21S W. 133 Acres on beautiful Santa F.
to
compared today's Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. river with Vt mile Rd. frontage
nection with $72,472 missing at E :< Fcrm Eqmlpment 50 Hotel Rooms
Copter Pilot per cent in Great Britain and do with war. 5 27 Feed FertIlIzer 81 Mis*. Rentals = MEN & women IS to J5 to train for less than 3 mi to High Springs.
the First National Bank of South In radio speech Monday 28 Undock Sapplle 51 A Wanted T. Beat CIVIL SERVICE About 80 acres cleared fram

Miami where he worked as head 50 per cent in Russia. a 5 29 Landseaplnc Top SoliSO S3 Boarders Wanted Examinations. For information house. shed and storage room,

III Feat The annual report showed Erhard said: "The Germans an Pet Sopplle U Office Desk Space send name. address & Phone No. spring. Ideal Club or Camp site.

teller. Daring of this I certain have 31 LIvestock Wanted Si Business EtetajaFINANCIAL Key Training Service. 112 W. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor
am -
Blitch said Knowles told of Winn-Dixie stores had $871,792- = Adams St.. Jacksonville. !Lw. Univ. Ave. Ph. 376-1351

traveling to New York City; San SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) A 266 sales in fiscal 1964-an in- learned and from their whole horrible longing experience iso E 56 Easiness OpportB&lUei SERVICE 23 Special Services g Real Estate Exam ONE trailer.acre skis.includes house. boat.stove, motor refrigerator ,-

of 4.87 cent over the Mouse t Loan S3 Home
crease 97 Improvements
Antonio, Tex.; Los Angeles San Coast Guard helicopter pilot, per 21 COURSE metal storage house riding -
58 Radio
MOrtgages TV Service
and achieve a true peace. = ATTEND First lesson free.HOWELL.S lawnmower paved road. sand
Francisco and San Diego, Calif., skillfully tilting his craft from previous year; $20,414,483net will be 5' Money Wanted Si Appliance Fnrnlture BUSINESS COLLEGE beach, loading ramp, raft. 25 mm.
"We Germans specially -
and Las Vegas. The trooper side to side, used its blades as a earnings after taxes an !m.1IIIIIIImllllllllllnnmllDllllllllMlllllnnmmrmmmnml! ... "nliBillmmmllDlIIIImIIIIIIII__ ,,.,. COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave 2926-from Gainesville. Phone FR 6-
increase of 11.68 cent. reminded of the disaster of ------- ------ MU" FR 6-3507 3773727
said Knowles told him he boight fan and blew a burning 18-foot per
12 Mole JUST over one acre heavily wood
Earnings per share were $1.62in 939, which was unleashed in Help Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles from
three cars and used various boat away from a gasoline stor- 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care
brutal ruler. We Gainesville. 89 front feet on clear
1964 increase of 17 cents. our name by a
an FULL TIME
meat cutler honest
names on his travels. tank Monday night. Three WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a lake. moo with $1500 down and
age Net earnings were 2.34 per cent must own up to this historical RELIABLE child care in my reliable & dependable. Apply in to show better $50 per month or S3,000 cash.
Knowles said he returned to men aboard the boat were home. FR 2-3754. person. East Side Market. 1424 dairyman us a FR 6-3211 Ext. 5568. Fred Bry
dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills
of sales, compared to 2.20 per fact.: Hawthorne Rd. ant.
Miami to how his mother's burned seriously.The COMPETENT mother will care 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai-
see
cent in 1963. Anniversary rallies also were for children reasonable In her DISH WASHER. good salary. Apply Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PDN Lakefront Furn. housed ready

home withstood Hurricane Cleo. helicopter blew the boat The Polish Press home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 SW per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- for living good water 68'xl152
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE held Monday. FR 64481.KIDDIE 1st St. Behind Sears. chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461- lot. dock, good fishing. Lake
He said he was returning to into a marsh, where it burned to By virtue ,of an Execution issued out Agency said the largest gather- 2105 Alto canal access to Lake Santa -
of the Court of Record of Alachua KORT CHILD CARE FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- Fe. $10.300. 448-1758.

California when apprehended.D. the water line and sank. County, Florida in the case of James ing was at Bytom, Upper Silesia Day wk., or mo. Old NewberryRd. tail clothing and furnishings. Experience 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Ocean front home St. Augustine

K. Brown Jacksonville FBI The Lt. Cmdr. C. W. Frankland, Jrd- -a Frankland En- Planned programs. Pick up necessary: in retail sell Beach, 2 BR,
near pier.
pilot maSoonry.
.
gineering Company versus John Boles' attended by 100,000 persons. at Littlewood and Terwilliger Ing. Salary commensurale with SIAMESE kittens and stud
servIce inside and out.
chief, said Knowles had with Swickley, then returned and have dated levied the 26th day the of following March propertyto 1964 I Edward Gierek, a member of schools.: Call FR 26667. ability and experience. 5 day registered lilac blue and City water repainted and electricity plus
upon week, insurance: benefits. Write chocolate point; $25 up. Williston artisan well. Completely furnish.
him $52,978 of the allegedly picked up the injured men. One wit: Sportman's Modified Stock Car the Polish Communist party's TINY TOT resume to box 441-A to arrangefor 521-6<<8. ed. $13,000 sacrifice price In-

embezzled money including Basically a 1940 Ford Coupe. modified Politburo, told the rally: "We PLAY SCHOOL: personal interview.IF AKC Reg. German Shepherd puppies cludes valuable adjacent lot
to Include the following item: wormed and shots. Call $2000 cash Balance on terms to
bills. you have aspirations of owning '
twenty-three $1,000 Line of Duty Frankland Quoik Change Rear-em bow our heads to all our sisters Visit lit and sea for yourself. your own home Cadilltc. boat FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE suit buyer Phone 372-0733

Further described .s: and brothers who fell in the defense 24 SE 8th St. FR 6-78M. & summer cabin; and are will- 17th Avenue.
Color is tan or beige with the RELIABLE sitter wishes to care ing to put out so yau can en- poodle puppies. male. 6 wks. 35 Houses for Sale

Stops BrewingPENSACOLA MONROE Wash. (AP) A number 24 and "House of Beauty of this fatherland in that for infants or children. Reason- toy these good things in life reg. 1 chocolate, 1 black. S75.
painted on the side able. References. Call FR 6-3897. while you are still able to. or Phone 3728695.MINIATURE BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SSS
15-year-old boy was pronounced And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County unequal fight. if you have reached: the end of By investing in a U. S. Steel Home
Florida. will: on Tuesday the 29th RELIABLE child care in my the trail in Dachshund >CK qual- built In this area by
(APBrewingoperations ) dead on arrival Monday night daof September 1964 between the Gierek said Poland's securitynow home 2 blks. Stephen F o ster present promotional occuaption. or you your desire ity pups with family type disposition ALACHUA HOMES. INC.
hours of 11:00 am. and 2:00 p.m. in the "ma- School. Mrs. Ryals FR 42547.By partially housebrok en. Phone 376-0630
is guaranteed by to enter a prestige profes-
were suspended yes- after being driven to a hospitalby front of the North Door of the Sheriff'sOffice day. week or after school. sion with membership :n Chamber S50 Phone F R 6-8963. Model Home Opening every Sun.

terday at the Spearman Brew- ambulance driver Clarence located in the Alachua County terial and defensive strength of CHILD CARE in private home. Located of Commerce Country Club. POINTER pup from outstanding I from 1 P.M. 5 PM beginning
Courthouse, Gainesville Florida offer 1 blk. from GAINESVILLEHigh bloodlines. Phone 4812286. Haw August 16 3331 N.W. 28 PL
and be on important -
Co. and are to close of for sale said property and sell sameto the entire Socialist (Communist civic groups
ing plans Flynn Skykomish.The School. Large fenced in yard community committees. you thorne. Compare cost with all other 3
the highest bidder for cash to satisfy of the So- & play area Limit 4 children. bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond.
especially should contact the Professional
the plant, brewery officials said. boy was Flynn's son, and pay said execution fees and ) camp, Rates very reasonable. Excellent: Insurance Corp. in Room 205 FOR SALE Bassett pups. AKC reg homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY

The brewery, which is owned Richard. Coroner Ken Baker upon costs. by The me property and will having be sold been as levied the viet Union." references. 2 yrs. grade school Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 8:30 to 10:30 Gaines pedigree.St.,$75 Tallahassee VanZants, Fla.601 Ph.E. TIME." __

by the Metropolis Brewing Co. said the car the youth was driv- property of the defendant.J. At dusk in Warsaw Monday teacher work., 5 1904 yrs.NW summer 12th T Jr., Sheriff
M. Crevasse
of New Jersey employed 56 ing rolled over on a road nearSkkomish. Alachua County, Florida night, a solemn roll call of soldiers 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDCURB Professional Is an old line legal AKC Boxer puppies. Call Immediate
By Novalene M. Hoon D.S. Reserve Company with home offices 376-7786.
died in the early
'L------'\ rnn J -. (3581) ':1, 8, 15 22c1 who in Jacksonville and is expanding -
hours of the war was read at the GIRLS and inside help need- its operations through 32 Mobile Homes For Sale OccupancyCHOICE
I ed at A &. W Root Beer Drlvs In. several states. Promotions and
tomb of the Unknown Soldierby .Apply in person between 2 & income unlimited but v>e need
t P.M.WAITRESS. men immediately to fill vacan- 37 x I Allstate trailer plus t x 18
Gen. Jozef Dziadura, commander cies created by promotions and completely furnished aluminum two. three and four bed
ATVSUBURBIA good hours. good pay. expansion. We have portable cabana. $1500 or best room homes at convenient locations -
of the Warsaw garrison.
Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant. offer. See E. A. Rice. OhKay Quality construction plus

After each name, drums beat a 14 SW 1st St. Behind Sears. 1. A highly salable product Trailer Park bonus features such as: real
2. A market plaster walls, fully sodded lot.
funeral cadence and a military SECRETARY TYPIST for part 3. A commission & USED TRAILER Large living lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central
time work In the A.M. at local overwrite generous room rear kitchen two bedrooms heat adaptable to A-C, GE

honor guard chanted, "they fell insurance office. Phone FR 2- 4. Unlimited advancement upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also built-in oven and range a 11
: opportunity
2357. a travel trailer. 376-8361. brick fronts, rustic gas lamps,
on the field of glory. sidewalks swim club member
HOUSEWIVESKids i. Integrity & backing unsurpass- 1952 model Schultz 8 x 40' trailer.
ship.
Polish Defense Minister Mar- in school soon? Going to have 1 BR, wall to wall carpeting

shal Marian Spychalsky Mon- coming some spare up before time you? can Christmas hard edWE NEED YOU throughout after 5 P.M.except 376-0790.kitchen. Call No cash down VA.Low .

DRIVE-IN ly turn around. Need extra money -
the
day was permitted to use 1958 Two bedroom 8 x 43 trailer. FHA down.
for gifts for those new grand- Draftsmen full time. Permanent po
THEATRE Soviet government newspaper children We need ladies for sition. Experience in civil engi- Good condition. Also conventional financing.

I remind the Russiansit part time employment. 20 hrs. neering. Drafting required. Five FR 2-4179 or FR 6-9864. Move in
Izvestia to
LAST TIME TONIGHT 7:30 per week 51.25 per hr. Your day a week, 2 weeks peid vacation -
was their secret police who age is no barrier if you are Group life and hosp'taliza-
over 30. The Professional Insurance
tion available. For appointmentcall BUTTSMobile TomorrowVILLAGE
weakened the Polish Communist Corp. office is in Poem 205 FR 22591.

_are King Edward party on the eve of World WarII Baird representative Hdwe. Bldg.will be and in hiring from WANTED young man for apprentice

8:30 to 10:30 each morning or garment cutter. Excellent
GREEN
its leaders.
of
Deluxe with by killing many call 376-8485 for an appointment. opportunity. Must have completed
any military obligations. Must be 5'10. -
LEGAL Secretary, typing short ."
Apply in person Fla Athletic
cigar selling at hand required. Experience pre- Co., 302 NW 6th St. No tel'- HomesINC.
ferred. Call FR 2-8585.. hone calls.WANTED NO WAITING TO QUALIFY.
.

1tc or 2/25Q and .ap! =-- WANTED Apply Humpty experienced Dumpty waitress.Restaurant dishwasher.one Apply second to cook Hotel and Thomas one- HUGHEDWARDS

310 NW 13th St. in person 615 N.E. 2nd St. NEW

... WANTED saleslady must have jewelry INSURANCE SALESMAN, 21. i, 10 & 12' WIDES
... LAST over
A Stanley Batef-Cy Endfield Production .,. i.'. store experience & references. with car. Commissions & partial also
'I '. Steady position, good salary. CAMPERSWe ,
I I expenses Included. Reply box M7-
f ffJjP m e.* e... ...... ..... 2 DAYS Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. A c 0 Gainesville Sun listing need 25 trade.ins this month! INC.North

WANTED experience waitresses name age, marital status. experIence Call us for the best deals. .
rrid an shifts. Larry's Restaurant & qualifications enclosinga Central Florida's Largest
THE INCREDIBLE BUT REALWOMEN 24 METRO.GOLDWYN.NAYER* 1225 W. Univ.! Ave. recent snapshot. 3768361NW Builder and Developer

'. .q, .kW,.I' GREAT and CINERAMA present* CURB WAITRESSES day and YOUNG MAN. 13th St. at 6th St. On street Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th
all around
parking our corner.
I SIS shift, top Apply from 19 to 23 yrs. of age high St.
of the night wages.
9 A.M. to P.M. each
WORLD S . ... i ? in person. Jerry's Restaurant, school graduate with average er Open _376-7971_
irs HOW 2310 S. W. 13th St. better grades for full time permanent week day. 3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned, central
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
SECRETARY WANTED Must be position as salesman In our heat, stove ad refrigerator.
.. ALSO IN OCALAjfjFEATURESAT1 : Men's department. Apply personnel "WYATTTrailer Drive by 2503 NE 10th Terraceand
: TOP proficient In shorthand and typ office, Wilson's DepartmentStore. .
then call FR 65890.BEAUTIFULLY
ing. commensurate with
Salary
DIRECTORS! THE : .
: experience and ability. Scruggs KEPT

3 5 7 9 TODAY AND TUES. &Ph.Carmichael.37652..2.INSURANCE 3 SE 1st Avenue, MAN milk wanted route. for Must local be wholesale married, Sales 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand ,

I bond able, previous experience age screened porch. Large cor-
WEST! secretary bookkeeper 2135 and high school graduate Homo of r.er lot. immediate occupancy.

JAMES DEAN NATALIE WOOD SAL MINEO IN COLOR with .typing Reply, shorthand box 569-A& experience c-o. St.preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th- Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream Homes Robinson.11500. FHA terms. See Dick I

Gainesville Sun listing name, Travel Trailers RALPH A. Reoltor
ROUTE salesman for soft drink Ocala's First Mobile Home FOSSEY.
IWASWON age martial status, experience: & 11 W. Unlv. Ave. 37t-13S
"REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE"ThCUIUVCZ'Sit'9 enclosing a recent company. Must be bondable age Dealer Since 1948 _
qualifications
25-38. Phone FR 28511 9 to 5 192j: Silver Spring: Blvd. MOVE IN TOMORROW

I I' : snapshot. weekdays. Phone 4291358 Unusual floor plan sets this three Jo

WANTED: Clerk typist H-rh<< School TWO reliable milking machine operators Ocala. Fla. bedroom two bath home apart
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graduate. Alert. Pleasant. Consci must know how to take For Sale 1 BR air cond. furn. from others. Lifetime terrauo I
.. entious. Neat. 5Vi day 40 hr. care of pipe lines. Apply at Car. trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent floors newly redecorated. Built
: MFTROCOLOK** wk. Phone Mrs. Stewart FR 2- leton Dairy Farms, Hawthorne.Ph. condition. FR 2-9884. .. in kitchen. $600. down includes
5301. 411.2308.YOUNG A.M. and 6-12 P.M.SPECIAL. closing. 1101. per month Includes
THURSDAY! taxes and Insurance
MEDICINE STENO II MAN wanted tor office Hugh Edwards, Inc:. I
FRANK SINATRA OPENING. above average skillin filing work. proof deliveries. Cur- 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. 374777)LAKE
"ROBIN AND I transcribing medical records rent driver's license necessary. S1500 1 Mile S. off Paynes
rapidly from dictaphone. High 40-hour week, company paid Prairie For appointment call
THE 7 HOODS" school graduation & verifiable group Insurance and retirement FR 6-3052. FRONT
experience required. Must re paid vacations ether benefits. I
locate. Submit resume. Hospital S50 week. Contact Bill Ebersole. Lowest prices, easiest terms larg-
&. Welfare Board. Tampa Display Advertising Department est display In central Florida. ESTATECONTEMPORARY
Gainesville Sun. We trade for anything. Free delivery -
innH7r Fla __ up to 100 miles.FRAILER .
HOME with 4
MATURE woman for Doctor's office HOUSING project labor for general MART
bedrooms. 2Vz baths fireplace
; bookkeeping typing recep cleaning. 40 hr. week. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to'< central heat air conditioning and I
tionist. Past experience help- YOUNG AMERICA HOMES
East Palatka Phone 3281050Yalll 12 x 45 foot screen porch overlooking
ful. Include full details in let 1603 NE 30th Ave. 372 64M
the lake. CALL US NOW
D.YoIH '"'AUfI ter Reply to box 570-A care of
TO SEE LOVELY
WANTED anyone interested in THIS HOMEI
Gainesville Sun.SALESLADIES
I I 1..d at.>>.fl"JS singing in gospel quartet. Aft- ComeSee
WANTED to Sell er 5:30 P.M. 372.9681.WANTED HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom ,
ladies apparell chil home with 2 sleeping porches lo-
wearing .
Now 2 Color
Hits 12 wides at
dren's wear & ladies & chil 4 MENto our custom-made toted! at 214 N.E. S Avenue. ONLY >.
OPEN <:45 SEE BOTH LATE dren's shoes. Apply in personto work with large Eastern electrical 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approved IU,000 with 112.000 DOWN :
Top Brands. I financing
yr. .
SHOW 7-78 AS *.1S Mrs. Kates at Ruddys. concern in the Gainesvillearea. available. See Dad and Brad Lar- '
FIRST AREA RUN High commissions, we fur LOVELY 3 bedroom ilr'l bath, split ,
ATTRACTIVE & experienced waitress sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson level
7.20 A 11.45 to work lunch & dinner In nish leads. Age 23-40. neat in appearance Rt. 100 1 mile S.E. of Key masonry home located In
a fine restaurant with excellent car necessary. No experience stone Heights. Open evenings and the N.W. section lust inside fro
"Gainesville's Finest"The food S> attractive atmosphere Apply needed we train you. city limits. ONLY I15U0 with '
Jsland t Primrose Inn. Mr. or Mrs. Call Mr. Haney. Mon., V/ed, and Sunday.CONNOLLY 1700 DOWNI
Winy Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between *
and 10 AM Scott & Fetter Corp. BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE I :
L1 I tifBlue [ \ WANTED experienced Legal Secretary Mobile Home Sales, Inc. 2 &. :3 bedroom, 2 bath masonry home.
place to meet to begin work immediatelyfor CARPENTER & ROOFER. Phone bedroom mobile homes. Many spacious kitchen and large screen
Senior Partner. Salary' com- after P.M. ONLY 372-0481. floor plans. 7 year financing. porch. ONLY II7MO with S700
Dolphins2ND munsurate with experience and Drive out today. :3 miles Southof DOWN I
ability. Fringe benefits: Blue Local route work will pay $12,50 Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. ,

friends Cross and Blue Shield. For inter- salary plus commission for 1 day's _376-0571 Let us snow you this charming i i
training and
prove to married resIdent -
contact E. A. Clayton or
view contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath f
23 to 45 with
James E. Clayton. Phone 3729591. car and NORTHWEST home with central heat and air .
phone, you can do it, like it. and '
2ND LAFF HIT 9:15 MAID. Mon. & FrL P A.M. to make steady earnings above S95 TRAILER SALES conditioning. large step 2702 Waldo Road N.E. Florida room, and screened In *
groups 5:30 P.M. Require references & weekly. See Mr. Otis Brown 2
?4 TonyCliristine\ health card. 3767011.COMBINATION PM Wed. at Fla. State Employment At Palm Lane 376-0305 patio. .


clubs for lunch and dinner Gurti s\Kaufmann\ Sawyer. hours Motor e grill Inn.to cook 3721443.2_ Call and waitress Tom- WHITE old to Service.MALE.work married grill fix 20-23y1s.drinks. FEDERAL. HOMES QUALITY INC. John Merrill \

4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR !
work cash register, etc. No
experience
SOMEONE to core for Littlewood 25113 Walt Johnson Mgr. Realtor
necessary. Starting salary
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child from 2 tit 4 weekdays. Call
SM per wk. Night vork. Call Three bedroom house t r a ler. MULTIPLE LISTING .
after 5 CO FR 6-9932-
Carriage ../a.i..a. ( AEaiSm.. : 372-0924 for appt. Sandwich Inn. bath, large cabana, completely PHONE FR 21494ASSOCIATES i
WANTED part time secretary. furnished. Located In Gainesville
COLOR hours daily S days week. Must Man over age 25 married who S300 Phone for appoint- MARCELLA PAROI }
be experienced. Call Boy's Club.F wants to get ahead in retail ment. 622.7541, Ocala.
W.H.BUCKHANNAN
STARTS FRIDAYLEE R 25341 t AM to 12 Noon for selling. Salary of Ui weekly at |
Steak appointment start with raise in 63 days if 8 x 2f Manor Mercury house trail- f
Room MARVIN you can make the grade. Apply ler, $200. Call 495-2452 between 5 REDFRANKSREALESTATE
ANGIE DICKINSON and 7 In Archer.
m own handwriting giving exper- pjn.
12 Molt Help Wanted
"THE KILLERS"Announcements ience. Box 572-A c-o GainesvilleSun. 45 FT. Spartan 2 BR 11700 cash. I

Grill man can earn $iS a week. Also 25 ft. Panel-fab cabana room, LOW DOWN PAYMENT in LIBBY
Experienced. Apply in person. 14 sacrifice. Phone 372.31It. HEIGHTS 3 BR 2 botnjorat ,
S. W. 1st St. behind Sws. WANTED service station inan Florida room dining room-kH-
i
white or colored. Must be able 33 LOTS FOR SALE chet combination. Central _At. I
T' % S Special Lunch from I CARRIER BOYS between 12 .. U to qualify. Apply in person. Cros- Immaculate like new. Call 37*. i i

t t yrs. old needed for paper routeIn by's Gulf Station T31 W. Univ. 75 a 125 CHOICE business preperfy GIll er 37-2927. ;

tI I the N.E. and NW. Sections. Ave. on US Hwy. 1, 3 ml. South of
FOR A BETTER BUY t
.4Phl: IwfflhiJTi $1.25 :I 3 LOST & FOUND Wonderful son daily contact experience with for the your public COLORED About 30 hr. week St. Augustine In motel area. you let vs show we you recommend this !
as waiter-bus boy. Must be neof. 13300 by owner. FR 6-6233. largo 3 BR 2 both nearly new
'
FOUND brown hound with co.iar prepares him for a leading role. Apply in person only t to 10 AM. home which can be purchased be- '
in his future. For information LOTS for sale In Deautifut Idynvild
Noon Two P.M. but no name, had litter of pup- more Carmanella'i 706 W. Univ. Ave. low replace/rent cost Entrance '
a call Gainesville Sun. Circulation between Gainesville and trie new
'
PielThursday. Owner ,
please call LICENSED Real foyer. large LR .e9 ra*. DR. ,
Estate
2 Dect. 312Ull.ADVERTISE salesman golf and country' club. Large restricted -
Fla. with i
and panelled room old brick
SIOO
a week drawing account. lots. Certified pUblic water -
Lost one cacti rod Large volume builder fireplace big family kitchen with I
and reeL SI I developing system. Outside ctiy limits.
FiveP.M.12MidniteCocktails I __reward. Call FR ?-7tT7. IN THE 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. $1750 to $200.Clyoe built-in stove & even dishwasher. {*
SERVICE Central heat A air
DIRECTORY Reply to Box 4 4-A c-o Gainev Secxloger, Realtor conditioning -
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE vlli Sun.J3Help. Owner t developer lit double garage. Nicety tandscape '>
ytrd IMMEDIATE
: OCCU
Pt,. FR 0-5C38
FANCY Easy t* ewn. Cell 27eM17
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Eleven A.M.-TwoA.M. WANTED N.W. or S piKe.W. area.10 board horse 1ft ATTENTIONWOMEN Malt or Female ACRE lots for sale. or 370-2927. .

Call 3729661WILL NOW HIRING Phone 372-4416 CAROL ESTATES .3 peed .b.d!

Dancing : clean : Cooks. Counter men & women for LOT witn 3 trailer spaces and :2 bedrooms. :2 baths nice LR-Dft
for discarded your garage turn. or what-attic cafeteria line L soda fountain. trailers. Large awnings T !Urge comb. patio. Bice yard. o. k
or Sales clerks for sundri store. patios. 3 septic tanks lots of parquet floors. S450 Down, WSJ
Griffin Combo IIave-vou. Phone FR Without
i 2-1711.
Bobby any experience you CM Day & evening shifts open. Apply shade eood rental Income. Just per ma. Inef. taxes ft Ins. If you
Richard Parker Orch. : KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON earn money for your Christmas College Ian 1721 W. Umv. outside city limits. For tale. FR qualify for FHA.. or nv&e .n of
I Beauty on a BudgetAll shopping by selling Avon Cosmetics Ave No phone calls. 6- M3. fer en equity 4 ajsume Urge
work guaranteed and toiletries. Our Saleswomen pu cent morta". Call vs.c1ade J
Coats Cr Ties Please Perm. S5 up Sham-set $1-58 up cam fine weekly incomes 100 FT. K 154 ft. beautiful center czt .,. 116-1'1. ,
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-772 plus Savings Bonds. LOOKING FOR SECURE JOB let In residential Araquay Park*

Open night by acpt_ Earn your Holiday expense St. Aw'Stae. 81200 by owner. M. "Red'" FrirJi.. Rfp' ,
Tram for U. S. civil Service teals Phone FK 6625C.Beavtitut Myrtle Launer,
money with Avon. Write AVON Associate
LEARN DRIVE t
IO opeciM attention

U.S. 441 South Phone FR 2-6333 11 to nervous or etderty. P. 0. Box 44t Gainesville Fla. See our ad. under Lincoln Instruction Service. classification. Ev hlgn 4 rolling tots good W. E. "BIll" Harris' Associate i

Easy Way Driving School. FR er call FR 2-0421. iabiohed 1t 4*. H.Yf. location. 7 N.E. 1st St.
2-7002. Uc. by State of Fla. Calls Fordyce 376-1236. Member Mulf.pl Phone Listing:PHS11 .


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35 Houses lor Sel.l 35 Houses for SoU 42 Farms fr Acreage


: STOP LOOKING ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles ..
RATES A STEALBYOWNER ,. 981 Immediate occupancy, 3 BR. 2 from city limits. Only $2200. Call :;. : ; OMAR AS SARG

bath central heat lovely yard. John Merrill. Realtor. FR 2-1494. 'I I
$600 total equity balance RUTA B AGR
assume
CHIEFLAND 40
PH. 3728441for acres 25 acres
MUST sacrifice. 3 bedroom 2 at only $25 month. A lot less cleared V* ml. hiway frontage. ASHY AVOCADOAcROSS
bath large Fla. room. large living than rent. 4215 NW 21st Ter. Evenings older buildings. $8800 cash or

room, dining room. built-in 372-5651.' terms. Call write or see S. E. SIR ASIA MA
kitchen convenient to shopping _ _ _
SAPP. REALTOR. Newberry. 27.Beret
1. Bomb hole .
center and schools. Must see WANTED !
Classified Only to appreciate the value. No qual- 30Vi acres on Levy Lake 10 ml. Moses 29. Former
Original S. of Gainesville. Air con d.
ifying. Low down payment.
Someone to take advantage of thieunusual brother Indian coin
home. 3.000 sq. ft. with 2'4
price S21,600. price now
offer. For $1,000 down
DEADLINESTues. S1M45.7I. $500 down. Locatedin it a.----- you can move Into -this Brand baths fireplace. Out buildings : ,12.Reanimate Restaurant

nice NW section at 1321 NW New 3 BR. 2 bath luxury homeon min. down payment. $5000. 0wn- 13. Felony show
21st Ave. Phone FR 2-2633. Vi acre lot in NW. Has central er. -3431.
thru Fr!. paper*-5 p.m. Day before publication heat and air conditioning. 740 acre range at $13S per acre. C _: 14. Highest S'T.Thatglrl'a lAlPIt ti I IL L RIVIGI
For ads 1o In Sun. 12:00 St. 4 bedroom. 2 bathhouse
a.m. SALE-Trade.
go paper- Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful 38. Raw metal
Frank D. Howard, Real Estate.
For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m.. Sa.. I near Sidney Lamer and I Elec. kitchen. For details call Grady Finance Co. Office P.O. points lBIc.ILAYLID RAIMIII
I School city bus line. 15. Face with 39.Jactinthepulpit -
High on ti I I I 1-I
Box 703 Fla.
High Springs.
(Minimum ad 4 lines) I 0.000.. Can be zoned R2. Phone University Reatly 1A1T1EN G10 AG11S1
FR 6-5472. Ph 372-4351 S Acres adl new V.A. HospitaL masonry
1115 N. Main St.
Anesthetic ILIIIED IM WEIMITI
Builders interested In Housing 16.2,000lbs.
FAMILY RATES W. M. Munroe. Realtor .- ", ..
FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew
I : condiminum or Hi-rise.. 17. Roman 42. Moist or
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I Insertion ............................................... 34c lint PalmSprIngs model. One of ( $400 down. take over bath.VA at heat.$75per MARY MOELLER. REALTOR watery rare SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
3 Insertions .............................................. 22c Una i the built.best Four looking bedrooms.homes we've 2 ever full mo. 3 B R. 1 patio. cen.1942 NE 1019 W. Univ. FR_6-4471 tyrant
porch.
.' Insertions .............................................. 17c line baths. beautiful brick facade. ;: 7 screened FR 2-2774. SO acres woodland, 20 mi. N.:-of 19.Rlpm 44.Spud DOWi 4.Twitchng
1 12 Insertions ...............................-................ 14c Una excellent l kitchen arrangement. 17th Dr. G'ville on St. Rd. 121 1 ml. S. 20.Sooneroz 46.Roman 1.Wooden 5.Smooth
Total charge computed by multiplying: total lines x rat tarnad Ei FOR SALE OR RENT. 2 bedroom
of Worthington, Alachua Co. Ruth boxes Plant
S1600. No down VA before obs. magistrate 6. agaIn
x number of Insertlona.I' money CCB. 1825 S.E. 50th St. Low down :
e FHA only $800 down. Price in- payment. Call 374-4444 or 372- Cason Worthington. 22.flat 47. Click beetle 2.Make 7.Funambu.
I' ( Five letter line cludes fully sodded front lawn "33-
words per gas lamp swim club member 9k ? 43 Cole red PropertyNew. 2'. Belt 48.Domesti. Lnown

E FOR SALEA 26. Ship channel cated 3. StraIghten8..Land
ship.VILLAGE : nice frame home In Mcintosh. Quality -4ugh Eowards built
SamsasSlines GREENBy ::5 on Orange Lake. 3 nice BR. liv. home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. 49.Backsllde cr measure
j j&q
I 8 Pt. ordinary type HUGH EDWARDS. INC. rm.. din. rm.. and kitchen. 2 As low as $43. per month with
I 290t N. E. 15th St. and carport. 9.Compctttor
baths, fireplace $2,000 down will termsto
I I 1 12 Pt Same as 3 line I't 376771BLACK t Home has brick veneer front. suit buyer.or Located arrange 643 NE 1-. :- rr r ,- 7- a- F .0- ;; 1O.The end

ordinary type Large front porch. 1 acre of 15th Street. p 11.Abvss.wrigt .
I ACRESPRICED ground. on, paved hwy. Inquireat Hugh Edwards Inc. -- - -
Same 4 lines )
18 rt.ordinary TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 241 NE 10th Ter. or call 376- Phone 376-7971 'L IJ
1 typ bedrooms 2 baths. hardwood 6957. / 18.ShredI

't I floors central heat. air-cond. BY OWNER Palm View Estates. 3 2 *. 3 HOMES bedrooms.FOR SE SALE 14th St. 8.7h ;- 'r 21.Worthtesr.
units, electric and drapes. = =
range
less than 1 yr. old. Ave. Small down payment .
BR. 2 bath. Bib.ST.
.
Lot 11 0' x 120' with shade trees. .
I 1- Same 1 5 nfir FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. monthly payments $57 to Si5. I- -
24 P t. 3125 W. Univ. Av.. FR 6-6427. Phone 11 I'. :P 23.Mormon
ordinary type no immediate neighbors. Also homes built on your lot p

LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI 374-0734. with no down payment. Ph. -'-- State
3 BR, 2 baths. central heat out LOVELY HOME FR 24125. a ZI t ar U1t 25.MarcEetl

I I of city limits. deep well. REA Four BR. Fla. room 2 bath. cen.
power, located at 3616 NW 34th air cond., living room. electric I am Interested In buying several 28.Throug
p 3c( S1- Same as 7 lines St.CaU. heat.stove newly decorated inside lots at the right price. Call 1S ., Vdi

1 L.ordinary type 5ir' rAMt\Wk&Knit and out. Low down payment takeover 372-41JS zf: ;// /

372-2372 or 37641W. payments. 1018 NE 28 Ave. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS n Jt .1! n.U 31.Kitcenutensit
'
FOR ONLY S4SO down and FHA FR 6-0721. :

I i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one i approval you can have immediate TWO bedroom tile bath. built-m NOWRENTING J+ JS J. ir 32. ClassIfy
| incorrect insertion nor will It be liable: for any error In advertisement !: possession and ownership of kitchen. corner lot. Phone FR 2- = Nebulous
to a greater extent than the cost ot the space occu- the best value house for sale In 8879 after 6CO PM. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex
pied by the I'em In the advertisement. No adjustment will NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air with flattering your own standing glamorous collar.stole apartments large living and J, JI .' .., body

be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of conditioning. Paneled family room Year 'round wear. dining area modern kitchen with = : 34. FlOwed
| the rtm nt. I joining living-dining area for extra GLADYSSMITH fan large storage closets. terrai- _
I spaciousness. Electric range Knitted zo floors tile baths space heater 4S 4J "SOf6 land: S.W.U.S.
on large needles with 2
\ The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or r-- and dishwasher. Back yard completely Strands of yarn. Knit. purl bands. and hot water heater facill : ..
letting any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. quickly done. Use mohair for knit. ties for washing machines and -
chance the classification! of any advertisement from that or- g Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at ting; brush It. Pattern 981: direc paved streets. See at N.E. 26th tff 35.Becloud
| dered f. conform to the policy of the paper. E 2213 NE 7th Ter. tions. Ter. or call for appointment :372- 36.Candle
372-5393 5331 or 372-5322. ___ 3T ; -
nmnnmnnlIIIIII"'lIlIIUnllllllllllllllDllnrUlllOllll.,1 2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown 40. DIstribute
............ MIInll11llmllllla mm Thirty-five cents In coins of
------- payment, $60 per mo. Located for this Idylwild Walking distance new
at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call pattern add IS cents for each grade school. Beautiful lot, 3 brm. 44 Cottages for Rent' - - 43.Fr.Island
? 35 Houses for SaleIHREE ---.11I.1 Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. pattern for ist-class mailing and 2 bath contemporary home. New Par Hmo 26 mln.A' NdWifewfua 9-' 45. Heb. letter

BY OWNER NEAR WEST- special handling. Send to Laura FHA financing. I BR turn cottage. couple. No
beoroom. 2 bath CCB. fV j e traverse rOds. $750 down pay carport end utility room. S9.000. Ig. LR, family built in Dept.. P. O. Box 161, Ol' Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. Phone 376-6188. I
183 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive $250 down. S65 month. Phone FR room. Chelsea Station. New York 11, 2 bath home. Lovely location.
off 39th Ave. 2-3355 days. kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI. Print plainly PATTERN Good financing -. ready for oc COTTAGE on Lake Wlnnott, 22
TIONING & HEAT. S1000 and NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. N'V.I miles from Gainesville. Lake priv
9Y.OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath. extra UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. assume mtg. Call 376-2927. cupancy. ileges. $40 for one $50 for two.

I Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 Complete with large paneled den. 3 BR, 1 bath cen. heat built-in NEW FOR 1965 200 designs Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home In 372-0481 after p.m. 45 Furnished Apts. : 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
N.W. 13th Ave. Available Only' SI7500. Located at 3707 NW been 1
on that has
oven and range. paved street i more fashions to knit crochet than Finley area. A lot
short notice. FR 6-7993 for appt.HWK 23rd FR Ave. For further details call fenced yard. SUOO down S75 mo. everl Plus 3 FREE patterns, embroidery landscaped with loving care. See 45 Furnished Apts. TRAILER X 35. private lot. near : 3 or. I bath. family rm. N.E. clean 3 BR, 1 bath S150. 1937 NW2Id
6-0630. Ask for Frank Thom 1520 SE 23rd Lane. 376-0880. dolls clothes. Send 25 this one. Good price 'good UF; $55 per month. Phone FR & spacious kit eQ. $125.00 Ave. Phone 376-3401.
as. cents for new 'Needlecraft Catalog. terms. 2-2051. 3 br. 2 bath modern kit. sep dr
I 2 BR, 45 ft. mobile home. Private
3 BR I Bedroom, kitchen equipped. 1
PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe 1 bath, CCB carport. util. lot. water furnished. $70 per rm. near shopping. Highlands j
rm., patio. Payments S49.75 $130.00 space heater, garage. Adults
per I VAlUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT SMITH 46 Unfurnished Apts.
GLADYS Mo. 2024 N. W. 31st PI. Inquire
Tropicana by Hugh Edwards. 1 mo. Balance S8,268. 3 miles from PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt 2 br 1 bath. Rural area. $70.00 only. $65 Mo. 20 8. 26 SE 9th St.
2019 NW 32nd PI. or FR 6-1180.
Inc., has been widely acclaimedGainesville's Univ. 930 NW 55th St. Phone FR 6-5724 for Info.
376- MARY
Book. For MOELLER REALTOR
; beginners, experts. Send Realtor ONE, 3 Rm. and bath apartment.
372-8404 in its most beautiful home 9615. 50 cents flowS 1 each apartment and efficiency. One 4 Rm. apt. and bath. Both ; 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 THREE bedrooms din. rm., family
price: range. You may now All until. supplied except $75 rm patio. Good location closeto
Associates Anna JUnson! gas.
with hot water. 107 SE 4th Ave.
CONOMICAL In
j living 1,300 square own this marvelous home completely SAVEINVEST 35 Houses for Sale Virginia Power ''Caroline Noyes and $50. Call only after 9. p.m. For information call J. T. Howze. $ room imfurn. bungalow with 2 shopping tenter. Phone 3728657. .
fret plus carport and storage. equipped with central air University Ave. 372-0481. baths 3rd blk. from town. on .
1228 W.
1- Only $8.900.00 with low down pay. conditioning dishwasher. disposal. that Rent In a home. Near 372-5393 FR 2-1090. prominent avenue. Apply at 304
ment possible. Two bedrooms built-in oven and range and University and schools LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENT. terms Phone EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 LARGE 2 BR garage apt.. E. Univ. Ave. LARGE 1 story four BR house
.- huge Florida room kitchen patio gas bar-b-q grill for only DOWNPAYMENT. 3 bedroom avail. 3 BR, IVi baths. CCB. Wanted month. Phone -3.< l' S22.300. home on corner lot with payments $M per mo. including taxes & 38 Real Estate kitchen ..
Ask to see this luxurious rm. combination. 2bath. *
Included In
equipment price. T.V. antenna. Can see after 7 ROOM. 2 story. BR, 1V4 baths,
less than rent. Call us for Ins. Close to schools churches SIDE .
4 mi.
home at from town. Good
convenience.
UTSTANDING four bedroom housein your 5 P.M. .t 414 SE 6t" St. $140 per me. Garage. 555 NE
appointment. etc. Dead end street. 1401 NE HOUSE WANTED Individual wUI for children.
HUGH yard $125 mo. Call
beautiful residential area. Central EDWARDS. INC. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032.
builder
14th Ter. GARDENAPARTMENTS
372-3855.
er to or
$250 cash owner
pay FR 2-2648.
heat and air conditioning; 376-7971 BUILDING? for equity or down payment. 47 Houses for Rent Furn.

many nice features and luxury BY OWNER large 4 BR, 2 bath 3 BR, 1 bath CCB house walking and will pay transfer costs. Must HOUSE for rent on 441 near Pay THREE bedroom 1 bath fireplace -
appointments. Brick. construc home cent. heat & air cond. in- CHOICE One acre lots, beautifully distance to Littlewood & West- be clean 3 BR. IW or two bath SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages nes Prairie, 3 bedroom 1 bath stove refrigerator fenced
tion.DELIGHTFUL. side must be seen to be appre wooded, outside City limits terms wood schools, well landscaped. house in Northwest area. Pay- $5, per month up modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two stove & refrigerator. Phone I yard. near schools $120 per
k three bedroom home ciated. Financing available. Immediate available. Avail end of Sept. 610 NW 35th ments not over $120 per month Gainesville's Finest bedroom. avail. Sept. S. Phone 466-3272. month. FR 64220.McCOY'S .
t In NE. convenient to school. Well possession. 929 NE 10th Ter. Phone 376-1374. total. Call Bambi Motel and leave GR 5-5375 Melrose.

landscaped corner lot with back PI. Call 2-8401 days or 6-2748 ALACHUA REALTYAssociates address and phone number. Furnished or unfurnished 2 BR. house $30 per month. See
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
for children. Large evenings. Elmo Melrose, Fla.
yard fenced LISTINGS WANTED Yarbrong.
FORDYCEREALTOR ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376-
comfortable house with a family 3 BR. 2 bath. study attractive Have buyers waiting for farms 960B. _
615 N. E. 1st St. 376-2448 2 bedrooms, CB., house, fur. on .
room for only S1 oooo.OO. 100' x 139- corner lot. at 2225 Arie T. Smith Realtor and small acreage. Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small
t LARtw: ) .utiful lots In Ridge- NE 8th St. $450 do* $79 per mo. Mabel Gore Associate CALL WANTED and share working woman with to live same.In 1 Br., house $.45 Mo. Call FR 2-
wood S.J. Littlewood Westwood FHA or pay more dn. & take expenses MACOMA HOMES INC.
EstateC. 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose.
1 REAL NICE 2 BR be usedas Angel Real Phone FR 6-0124.
section at reasonable prices. All over 4'' per cent VA Mtg. at or can ,
Improvements paid. S64.50 per mo. Shown by appt. 3 BR house In excellent loca L. Angle Broker FOR RENT 2 BR trailer everything ONE bedroom newly painted
PRESTIGE address in Black Acres. only.' Ph. 372-3707. tion. Nice corner shaded lot, AIR O. J. Angle Associate furnished except utilities. NICEST IN TOWN FOR THE In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.
with Total price SI1.500.
garage. conditioning, wooded lot, 4 bedroom MONEY. See anytime at 1958
371 6927 Will furnish
water. 124 NE 22nd
Spacious three bedroom. two bathhouse NEW 2 bedroom frame house. Just FHA financing available. Phone 3 bath. split level. 2200 sq. 4404 NW 13th St. N.W. 4th St. adjoining city limits.
St. Can see or phone FR 2-4478
with panelled family room. completed nice wooded lot Smiles owner 372-7401. ft. living area recreation area In
in kitchen. central heat out Archer 39 Out of Town Property after 3 P.M. 5 two-
I' built Rd. FR 26570. OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath Irg. garage. Very large living room SANTA FE LAKE turn. The Charming fhe Livable
enclosed Vacant exclusive NW BR houses modern clean cou
two car garage. neighborhood. Call
open-beam ceiling. paneled din- WANTED roommate grad student RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
I now. Owner will consider MCKINNEY Fordyce 376-1236. LIQUIDATING properties High ple. GR 5-5373.
Ing 8 family room with fireplace
> male share apt. with 2 others.
3 bedrooms. 2 baths. 3 bedroom. 2 both large
your offer or will rent month Irg. fenced-in back yard Springs Area from 5.000 to $25,- avail. close
Sept. 10. to campus.
f TO mom .Tu.uv. GREEN built-in kitchen 372-3130 or 468- STONE 000; Terms or Trad 454-1970 376-8334 between 6-7 P.M. 48 Houses: for Rent Unfurn. study family room living screened porch beautiful

J. W. 1683. and glass front steel< & concrete room, dining room oak family room, oak parquet
construction 4 BR. 2'. bath homeIn
DEATONREALTORS i 40 Business VERY large 1 bedroom furnished
Properties 2 BR 1 bath. house tor rent. $60
infloors. included.
2 BR, CCB, carport. screened porch Skyline Hgts. 2400 sq. ft. apartment across street from parquet floor drapes drapes
KIRKPATRICKREALTOR near school air conditioner stove many built > in features and cent. campus. Call FR 6-8145 anytime. month. 372-6716. cluded. $30,000 10% $28.500 10% Down.
refrigerator washing machine A-C. Low down payment. Cali- RESTAURANT. 7 room house and
Our listings all! Sectionsof Down. Our 1964 Porade Home
cover hardwood floors. FHA approved. Fordyce 376-1236. 36 acres with 1055 ft. frontage OFFERED BY BUILDER
I II N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 Gainesville. We are offering 376-4463 days after 6 P.M. 376- north of Waldo Rd. on 301, very SMALL furn. 1 BR. trailer for 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
ASSOCIATES several bedroom 5823. 103-4 N.W. 4th St. WOODED reasonable. Phone 448-1673. rent. Utilities furn except gas. 3 Bedroom T/t bath home.
two
I Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell $45. NW sect. Call 372-7279 after
I Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. homes priced from $6,600to HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths. acre lot. 3 BR home sliding ".000 square feet business or manufacturing 5:30 P.M.CLOSE Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let

I Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin $17,000 Reasonable Fla. rm. wall to wall carpet liv- and glass doors. paneled living room lot. Highway and railroad Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom, 2 us give you on estimate on contracting your new
dining room. No city taxes
,
frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick
ing room air condition. Phone and only $15,000 with terms. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd custom home.
financing., 372-5347 or 372-2080. good Agency31 N. Main FR 2-8404. IN. downstairs. 1 BR furn.

M 3 BEDROOMS Call Fordyce 376-1236. apt., off street parking. Adults Court. T. D. Zetrouer, Phone ,Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day. FR 6-7290
FROM $11.500-$30000 CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 41 Residential Income only. No pets. 416 NE 7th St. FR 6-3848.
ACREAGE Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
Beautifully kept, must be seen If -
LIKE RENT N.W. SECTION you are looking for a 2 bedroom 180 acres 20 miles from town 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ao- Office located ot N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
.c 3 br N.W. kit eq C.B. Near 3405 NW 10th Av -FHA. schools 1 bath home with screened porchon 60 acres In permanent pasture loining rental. property. 200 ft. ADMIRE
school & shopping. ex terms. 110 111 NW 26th St. Shcools Univ. a large corner lot. Immedl. two wells, fenced 8 cross fenced frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd -
t N.W. 9th Ave. 1330 NW 21st Ave-Near GHS ate occupancy $11400. See at Vi mile road frontage all set for Ave. Will sell together or sepa- THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN STEVEN FOSTER
1305 NE 6th Terrace, then phone cattle farm 165 per Acre. Call rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-
ESTATES
I; NEAR SHOPPING S.W. Secction Dick Robinson. Associate. Ralph -Fordyce 3761236.FORDYCE'. < WIMBERLY HEIGHTS
t> 3 br. 2 bath modern kit. cent. M 271S SW 1st Av-Golf View Fossey. Realtor at 376-1359 day ,
& air beautiful court yd. car port or night 11 West University 42 farms fir Acreage Lloyd Myrick. Bldr. localed at N.W. 37th Place L

like new.'IOUR H.E. SECTION Avenue. Offering mere quality 6th St. New brick homes under

HORSE WILL ENJOY 1242 NE tth Ave-Lew :3-Payment BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms & ASSOCIATES. INC. COUNTRY ESTATE f.. less moneyW construction. Pkk your own
THIS ACREAGE IDS NE 10th Ave-FHA. Nice 2 baths. large. convenient Multiple Listing Realtor 4J acre tract 4 br, 3 bath ranch colors etc. VA ..'FHA Terms.
(04 NE
Hh
2 br. country home. apr 4 acres. Ave Good Financing see at 1617 NW"iOth Ter. Grace Fordyce. Broker style home. Private 20 acre stocked MtH Ter. elf N.W. 39th
1114 NE 5th St.
S vacant Archer rd.SUBURBAN. $11.500 FHA BY OWNER, cen. heat & air cond., Associates lake & J acre park like Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 er by Colonial Charm
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden lawn. 20 minutes from town.
2" bath 3 BR- family living. C.pitalluil".,.. Inc.
4 BEDROOMS O. C. Dick Banks I
Gay 20514.
dining rm., large kitchen built. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR by eppt. 371-SU9 er
3 br. 2 bath. family rm apr (20 NW 20th St-FHA Near U.F. in appliances. Large garage. Frances Hough Sarah Coulden 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 N.W. 37th Place A 4th Street
2500 sq ft living space dbl car 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Call 372-4341 *r S76-7788
3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR
I port. 5 acres. W of town. a' most 6 BEDROOMS 2-4518. --- ----- ----- -- -
suitable It beautiful i family home.INVESTMENT .
4617 NW 33rd Ct-King size
TWO Bedroom frame on shady lot
MANY OTHERS 50 X 210', neat & clean tile bath.
Large student home est Income. CALL US FOR INFORMATIONLAKE city water. Only 2 biks. from bus 3 & 4 Bedroom Models laSHADOWLAWN
Comes Northwest
apt for owner. I bl from U.F. PROPERTIES LOTS line. Immediate occupancy. $150 to Gainesvilleat

I. Immediate occupancy !> income. ACREAGE down payment & $55 monthly. See ESTATESF.
Bring us your Problems at 1318 SE 2nd Ave. & phone FR
N.W. 13 St. Area Members Multiple LlslingASSOCIATES 6-7170. D. OLIVER
Large lot. livable house. near OFFERING ,
business Investment & rental. TWO bedroom CCB home on corner Individual Styles For You
PALM VIEW ESTATES
lot. 1350 down. S65 per me.
J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCoL 1031 N. W. 55th Ter. Phone 376- S Well planned living areas

L Mary Moeller J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 1351. Quality material i. workmanship

TELEPHONE 372-36i7 N.W. 16th Aye. at N.W. 39th Drive
NEW HOME FOR SALE A
0 community would be
I -
; Realtor BY BUILDER. proud to live In
PARRISHPRESENTS 1 BR, 2 bath central heat & air

Multiple Listing conditioning.pointment. 3300 May NW be seen 28th by Ave.ap Drive Ave. past West the Glen on N.W.Spring 39th In- A limited number of brick front fully

101* W. University Associates FR 6-4471 Phone 376-2258. tersection. See sign en left. air conditioned colonials are now under con.

E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler NICE comfortable home In NW sec. THIS WEEK'S IS ON FR 2-0866. struction. Prices start at $16,350.. VA

Dick Durbin Sharon Grant tion. 3 BR. 2 baths living SPOTLIGHT I
FHA Conventional financing. For information
ELEGANT AND IMPRESSIVE- room & family room. Kitchen 8<

Lovely 3 bedroom. 2 bath home dining room combination with New Brick Homes 376-7971.
FRED
with wall to wall carpet and an large size snack bar. Built-in
old brick fireplace in LI v I n g range 8. oven. Car port & large UNIVERSITY INN 'V
room. Nice Florida room. built-in size utility room. all this with Builder
kitchen. central heat and air conditioning 1 acre of land with be.utifullawn HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
ARNOLD Start a wonderful evening with a cocktail in the
f screen porch with a S. shade trees for $17,500 3 & 4 bedrooms. built-in kitchen ,

lovely pool and fenced shuffle in board back court.yard with and $1.000 down. Call 3765883. University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to equipment, cen. heat VA no BuilderDeveloperCOMPARE I I I

: down payment. FHA from $700
REALTOR GOOD 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town down-no closing costs.
BUY owner has left SERVICE CALLS $5
town and must sell 4 -- --- -- -- -
!, FAMILY HOME 2 bath home. Living room bedroo far.-', I Heating Air Conditioning in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient Capitalluilderl. Inc.

lly room and Central I .. Refrigeration ServiceContractor N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street
Comfortable livable home with screen porch. I meat
After delightful return to
three good Sized bedrooms andtwo heat and air conditioning. _,l smorgasbord way. a OPEN HOUSE DAILY

I. fireplace.baths The and kitchen Florida has room ample with Priced to sell. Any units make and or household model window appli / the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the music of '' Call 372-4361 er 376-7781. !

space for eating and Includes NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLOR. ances. Also we cean! heaters. Bobby Griffin's Combo end Richard Parker's Orchestra 'I'
built In range oven disposal IDA Lovely brick home enlarge Phone FR 2-5002
and dishwasher. Hardwood floors wooded lot. Three bedrooms 'til 2 A.M.

central heat and air conditioning. 2 baths. large living room with ---------- I SUBURBANHEIGHTS THESE HOME VALUES
large 2 car garage. Attractively fireplace separate dining room.
w landscaped lot WillS privacy. 25. Florida room pius a detached: BEFORE YOU BUY
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY SPOTLIGHT
300. study.J. Watch For Next Week's I

Gainesville's Newest
PRESTIGE AREA J. FINLEY AREA Nice 3 Prestige Address

-. Beautiful! lot on N.W. 23rd Street. bedroom home walking distanceto For top quality workmanshipcall DINING-DANCING Built for Those Who Desire x
Two bedroom. two baths study. J. J. Flnley. Large living room. DINING CAfETERIAS Only the Best. SAVE'for! following :;

Tremendous living dining area separate dining room and fenced I 372-6142 _ _ COCKTAILS N. W. 43rtf A N.W. ITtk PL and ere wilt be under

huge fireplace. Fall dark- out room shelter.and In yard. GAINESVILLE GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA _ _ Built fcy Four of Gainesville's occupancy aoonlieNIi' ready
two car garage
r JOYOUS LIVING Relax and STEAK ROOM Complete dinner noon end night UNIVERSITY INN Leading Builders
boat port. Call vs for an ap UPHOLSTERY ....
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enjoy life and your family in this Featuring U.s. Prime and ChoIce f7 cents. Wide variety C1f meats. Charcoal Steak Room Smorgaa- FRED MASONA. -------------- --- -- -'- 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
pointment. 3 bedroom. 2 batn home. Large 1508 N.W. 13th St. steaks prepared to your taste salads. and desserts to choose board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2 W. FLETCHER 3 R2bath. 100 dn. $87
NEAT living room wall' to wall carpet Free Estimatetf"1CkHI on our open hearth. Holiday Inn, from. Open 7 days a week. Come drinks for the prIce of 1. Danc- MACOMA HOMESW. The following Is ready for month.

Three bedroom. Wt bath homeIn and room.brick fireplace.Florida room.Separate built-in dinIng I ..el.i.Ivery.I 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR -1266. Rememberl e (15 Palmer We have 8. SU complete L0fl0 Ing 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griff""S P. RI DC WAY occupancy. per

excellent condition. Pleasant kitchen plus a lovely screened THE ORLEANS dinner noon and night for only Combo RIchard Parkers orches- --- 1- 4120 & 4121

built Florida_ In room outdoor charming grill. Range.terrace refrigerator patio on a large beautiful wooded I FREE ESTIMATES on (FormerlY Fred's locker Room) 97 Clftts. tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR '24.42Businessmen's 3330 N.W. %Ith Ave. N.W. 19th Dr.

air conditioner includ lot. FURNACES and Quality Lunch .15 I 2 EXECUTIVE S- 4 BR, r/i baths $1.990 dn. 3 BR, 2 bath, $506 dn. $81

ed. Owner will consider any rtasonioie Served It:30 AM 2:00 P.M. BILLIARD'S BOWLING i HOMES S16S per mo. per month.

offer. BEAUTIFUL Heavily! wooded Central Air Dinner Servied 6 1 P.M. _ _ _
lot fronting approximately 141 ft. .u62 NW
13th Sf. 4-IfDROOM-2-IA 4119 & 4127
on SW 15tt Street with a depth BILLIARDS PALM LANES _________.q
FHA CUE STICK Enclosed
of about W ft. Restricted residential 1 Swimming Pool ----------- N.W. 19th Dr.
.'!.OM to Qualified FHA Buyer. ConditionersbyT Fun tor not only young men We'D be closed Augus& lOOts thru Family Room
.
lot of around 2-3rds of an I ALVIN GAINESVILLE S BR, 1 bath, $408 dn., $74per
Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms. acre close In and with plenty of ? BUT young wornel\ too. ttI. 17th. for reservicing and re- Bum-in Kitchen month.
ivi baths. Florida room with fire shade trees. Just UOOO.OO cash Dine by candlelight 1n the deiGht. Bring your dates conditioning of our 111m. Well Laundry Room Norwood

place. Kitchen completely equip or easy terms. Cut atmosphere ot Italyl Open 10 A.M. .11 12 P.M. I0U the 11th. 2606 WaldoMANARO'S W.1J-t-Wall Carpet _
ped. Gleaming hardwood floors. RESTAURANT ftI5 N. Main Street Road 3764654. Dressing Roam

Best hi equipment using Internally specializes Irt Lasagna, Plna. I Central Heat Air Good. ALL OUR HOMES ARE

M.M. Insulated ducts designed and ether delkiows Italian Food. ADVERTISE IN THE ADVERTISE IN THE Both Homes located In beautiful Hope OPEN FOR YOU TO EN-
ARNOLDREALTY engineered end installed 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5.11 p4 I
372-4490. Closed Mondays. SERVICE 'DIRECTORY SERVICE DIRECTORY high dry wooded area with I'Ll" JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF

COMPANY byALL AMERICAN HEATING paved streets city water and s-I Inc Y9U WILL JUST CALL.W .

Multiple Listing Member PARRISH .. AIR CONDITIONING CO. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE -. CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF sewer.FRED MASON Trade Homes
121? W. Univ. Ave. 372-3523 PH. 376-8253 1123 S.E. 4th STREET
Associates: Jane Caldwell & ASSOCIATES. INC ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE BUILDER j Property '
Jim Sheppard Boo Kalkman H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham 19M NE 23rtf Blv*. FR6-SSOlerFRd-390
F. W. Hedge Walter Stoddardjimmy Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish 24 "tltr Service CALL 372-8441. FR Mne FR i-3in I -
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51 Misc. Rentals 62 Machinery *> Tools 64 Household Goods 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc .For Sale.

OFFICE space and living quartersfor TABLE saw. jointer power handsaw GE elec. stove for sale. $25. Call CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew WE WANT TO buy late model used QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. ALL channel TV antenna and 20 ft.
'" inside business. 5 room house. and other portable power after 5:30 P.M. 372-7038. and Used $60 refrigerators. Exceptionally High Phone 481-2674. mast. $12.50 3-speed reversible
320 Waldo Road for fringe area tools. Phone FR 4-9652. Complete line of photo supplies trade-ins now given.WILSON'S FOR SALE T.V. in excellent window fan. $10; like new 2-wheel
parking. Call FR 67005. 65 Antiques FULLER'S FOTO INC. EXCHANGE utility trailer. $50 small porte
condition with new picture tube.
THE TIME IS NOW 64 Household Goods 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 66479. ble Kenmore washing machine,
$45 includes its own adiustable
LOT for rent for trailer. 100 x 180. $10 10 to 15' ft. adjustable traverse
snady off Archer Road near ANTIQUE"GRANDFATHER'S NEW and: used chain saws lawn table. Call 372-8174. rod. $740. See at 538 N. W.
UFo $30 Month. Phone 3722051. THREE-QUARTER bed with box CLOCK"a TRADE your costly to operate mowers edgers. tampers light 34th Drive or phone FR 4-9914.
springs and mattress. $25. Phone priceless possession ELECTRIC water heater and plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs I T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7
LARGE house trailer for rent on 372-9720. Can be seen by appointment only $48 for a new glasslined GAS J> Stratton, new and used mo double stack $13.00 complete kit. "UNBELIEVABLE"Brand
large private lot. Ideal for couple. Telephone 1"73-4325 water heater. Much more hot tors. Rental sales and service. Jim VOyles. 419 NW 8th Ave.
t Call for more Information 372- FOR SALE 30" gas range in ex- water at about half the cost with new sofa-bed and chair
Do You Have A Room Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
Apartment
cellent condition. 4 burners oven
1578. 66 Misc. For Sol OUR I LP GAS. PROPANE 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. NEED a second TV? I have thisarea's $59.95 platform rockers $12.95
broiler & storage space. $40 or $191 all channel
ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110. largest selection of used scoop chairs
I Or House to Rent? 51-A Wonted To Rent best offer 3764775. ST. PAT'S size I & 10 shirts. size TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance stacked antennas. $6; used refrigerators _
THREE pieces matched luvenile 1960 WESTINGHOUSE Refrigeratorwith DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 6 lumpers. PEDESTAL table & 4 KIRKLAND RADIO & $25 TV's. s
wife 2 furniture. $80.Phone freezer compartment. In good fiberglass chairs. $30. 1526 N. E. TV. Hawthorne Rd., across from WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTERVtawfharne
PROFESSOR and seeking or Chairs low as $8. No money
condition. $75 cash. Call FR 6- .
.._ _... 3723937.
,,.. t.um Drive-In. Rd.
I 12th T G
3 BR furn. house. Call Prof. Guy 376-6819. (887 to see. down low as $5 per month. """ ""'5 nn. -
: 3763261. ext. 2140. Free estimates pickup and delivery I
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Thor Multi Matic Air Tool kit. service. All work guaran ,
vacancy WANTED room & board in Haw-
Makes 7 tools all air driven.
and Guaranteed teed. Phone 374-7784.
thorne. Must be reasonable. Call
Carrying case & quick disconnect
a Refrigerators from $39 up
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit 376-5801 P.M. between I A.M. & 5 Ranges from $3* up hoses. $50. FR 6-2377. PRICES SLASHEDOn
17 Washers from $1* up Formica top 18 X 20" boards for
52 Boarders WantedMEN 8 Dryers from $49 up do it ur selfers. $1. Kiddie- all types of office equipment.Less .
2 Food-Freezers from $99 up end table. Kitchen bin or board. than wholesale. New. used OPEN- HOUSEContinues
2 Dishwashers from $49 up Gainesville Auto Top Shop. and rebuilt electric and manual
for room and board plentyof 10 TV Sets from $35 up adding machines; typewriters;
hot water and off street parking JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. LOSE WEIGHT safely with new cash registers; calculators; 100
Here's what COSTS YOU private entrance. Phone FR 419 NW Ith Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. check writers of all makes; like
Vacancy
your 4-6036. 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug new. $20 and up. Terms can be
FOR SALE, 5 hot water tanks. 30
Company. trade-Ins. University -
Will take
t 54 Business Rentals gaL with gas heater attached also arranged. at F This Week!
EVERY DAY until it is rented: 150 gal. butane gas tank. Com- I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale. Office PROTECTOR'COPANY. Equipment -
plete with gauges. 2 crane shallow Works perfectly. Will sacrifice at & E CHECK
LARGE Shop building. Long term $49. Parker's BarBQ 1214 NW J727 N.W. 6th St. FR J-
well pumps. Inquire Lewis
2007 NE 27th
lease. Rent or sale. 5th Ave. 372-9292. 0963 er FR 2-2105-
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Ave. FR 4-5568. Jewelry Co. .
SMALL, warehouse for rent. PIANO $100 Kenmore elec. range -
u*; Sofa bed & rocker set $35;
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day DAN BYRD Bathlnette $*; car bed S3; baby

E 3768268.FOR recliner $2.376.4881.PORTABLE COLOREDRENTALS Don't Forget to Register for
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day LEASE dishwasher 159 Ken-
Modem air cond. suite of offices. more. Excellent condition. $75.

$55 per mo . $1.83 per day Downtown location, near court Phone FR 4-5890 to see.
house and federal building. Ph.
ROSE sofabed and chair like

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day FOR 372-7943 LEASE or 4-0817.- 10,000 sq. ft. Store new; $40. FR 6-8484. I FREE $100Back

F building, W. Univ. Ave. Price MOO ELECTRIC range. Westinghouse
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day per mo. Call Hershall Haynes 30". Excellent condition. $85. BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW
FR 6-2441 or B. F. MIzelL FR Phone 372-5734.

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 67551. Automatic washer. $45. refrigerator UNDER CONSTRUCTION to SchoolWARDROBE .
SMALL business or office space located $120. Phone 3725777.
I- In 1600 block West University 4 .
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Ave. For more information KENMORE Heavy duty washing floor machine polisher $12.$25. ; .

phone FR 63012. Phone 372-4474 can see at 1742

$ $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Large warehouse for rent. N.W.3rd PLDISCOUNT yh rk ,
Coll. Fordvce: 376-1236. PRICESWe xPW

$85 per mo . $2.83 per day undersell everybody.
56 Business Opportunities HENDRIXFURNITURE

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day SAUNDER'S OIL COMPANY CO.NW For Your Children From
SERVICE STATION MANAGERSAND
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per dayS ASSISTANT 5th Ave. at 10th St.
Needed Immediately. Good salary

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day and your comm.own business.if you Why desire not to learn own ADVERTISE IN THE BELKLINDSEYGainesville

the recommended ways to successfully SERVICE DIRECTORY
operate the business
Shopping Center
while you earn. For further details
4 CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR call Mr. DeLoach 376-5333
evening 376-0296. Nothing to buy-just register at Kirkpatrick Gr Pierson'smodel

MONEY MAKER New business. New Homesin home 1322 N.E. 31st Ave. any day this week from

4J SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Good Center. location near Shopping .a 2 Large Bedrooms living dining area .. Stove Double hood compartment with light and sink fan 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drawing Sunday, September 6. You must

I Call Gladys Smith Realtor Construction Venetian Blinds
e Masonery be 18 years of age to register.
1228 W. University 372.5393 t) Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
r I Tiled tub and showers. Large lawn with grass and
t)
NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY Ideally -
I. located In Medical School Vi\ WESTVILLANW Large closets double sliding door Insulated shrubbery Attic Second and Third Prizes:

cinity. Includes' Store building 2Bedroom Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
I: 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. resilience- another 2 Bath central residence heated for SPECIAL t> THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS G. E. TRANSISTOR RADIOS

I rental, plus 6 or 7 trailer spaces. 16th Ave. TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. -
I J BR house tor lease. $125 per 3 BR. with oak floors screened alone ,
I Grocery now grossing over call 372-5321 327-5322
For appointment or
mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. porch carport utility room rear i
$60.000 Declining health
Contact at 905 NW 20th St. Littlewood per year. 37th
owner School. Call 3765857. at St.
dictates sale. $45,000 with terms. Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.
2 BR. kitchen furn. S82.50 per mo. TWO bedroom frame house for rent.
24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. N.W. Section. water furn. $50 per REDFRANKSREALESTATE
Contact Ward at 372-328 or 2- month. Phone FR 6-4233.

4885. 2 BEDROOM CCB house. Kitchen w M. Gainesville's newest and most
Don't Fail To See The Milton
THREE bedroom. 1 bath unfurn equipped, at 1140 SE 21st Ave. 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 3764817 WALTER STUBBSInc. .7 luxurious apartment building .. ,
ished house at 815 N. E. 5th St. $65 per mo. Phone 2-4136. Member Multiple Listing
Redecorated Inside and outside. LAKESHORE
Call FR 6-7144. FOR RENT unfurn. 2 BR frame ALACHUA Hardware Co. for sale. L 4-bedroom
house $50 per mo. 2016 NW 35th centrally airconditionedhome
Phone 462-1201 462.1259.
: FOR RENT 3 bedroom. 2 bath Ave. Phone 372-8873- or
new home. Complete electric a I DISTRIBUTORS WANTED: A rev- Phone 376-5394 gj TOWERS
kitchen cent heating 8. air con- THREE bedroom house fenced
olutionary new liquid cleaner
ditioning. Located at 1709 N. E. back yard. available Sept. 8th. Non Toxic Non CausticNon for less than $95 mo.
15th St. 2125 NW 7th Ter. Phone 3728932. per
Voltile Non Flammable. Approved "We trade houses"TOP NOW LEASING
S. E. SAPP REALTOR. by U. S. Air Force -
\ Newberry Florida 49 Rooms For Rent presently being used for clean

: THREE bedroom 2 bath house ing military aircraft. First time
I THREE room air conditioned suite offered for sale to Industrial and
with Fla. room built In range. HOW TO GET THERE
N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone no cooking. Private bath and en commercial markets can be :
: 4681177. Waldo. trance. $75 per mo. Phone FR used for cleaning all metals EXECUTIVE &
21361. synthetics or natural fiber-
VERY nice 3 BR. 1 bath house hot or cold detreasing or de- PROFESSIONAL CLASS Drive North on Main turn right at N.E. 23rd Blvd.
NICE comfortable corner room In ,
i at 7W N. W. 36th Ave. Kitchen waxing-and if used as directed THE UNIQUE CUSTOM
: furnished.' $125 mo. Call University private home. week or month. for general.light or heavy
BUILT HOME OF and continue to N.E. 12th St. Turn left and follow
t .. Realty. 372-4351. Men only. 1017 N.E. 8th Ave. cleaning-Potential Unll I m I ted. .f

.. 2 BR. bath. Irg. fenced shady Phone FR 6-3108. Inquire: AM-ln-One Chemic al I GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle directional signs to model home at 1322 N.E. 31st
pace setter
.. lot semi turn., beautiful screen- Double room for students convenient Corp. 1930 N. E. 151 Street Ii
.. ed porch. very good for study to downtown and campus. North Miami Florida 33161, or living room ,5 Ave.
.. couples only. 1111 NW 41 Ave. Phone FR 6-8314. phone '45-7407. Forty foot Florida room
.. Paneled library with fireplace
.. 3 BR. 1750 NW 4th Ave.. $135 per ROOM with bath. & kitchen privIleges 61 Wanted, to Buy
mo. working lady or graduate Luxurious master suite with
.-. 2 BR kitchen equipped. .$15 per student. Car necessary. Call walk-In closets-dressing '
mo., 1206 NE 9th Ave. Call 376-6652 after 5:30. CASH for your used appliances KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
McKinney Green. Inc. 372-3617. furniture, clothing etc Call Williams .. room; built-in vanity wall I
.. WITH refrigerator room for a Service Center HawthorneRd. and shoe closet
SPACIOUS 3 BR. 2 baths built- quiet graduate student or business \ 3723937. 0 Fabulous kitchen breakfast
in oven washer & dryer wall man. In private home with utility room. and workshoparea LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: Builders and DevelopersSales
to wall carpeting air cond. & separate entrance. Ph. 376-7673. COINS WANTEDAll
cent. heat. Located en beautiful \- proofs & uncirculated dollars Swimming Pool Recreation Room
'I Twenty-sfx foot closet wall
FURNISHED rooms, brick house. A Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Ph. 372-3471
wooded lot. $17 per mo. and crowns of the world. Guest suite with sunken tub Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
Tft blocks from Campus. 928 0
See at 2609 NW 11th Ave. or REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP
phone 372-6638. S.W. 1st Ave. 809 W. University Ave. 0 Two landscaped patios 1 Central Air Cend. Laundry Facilities
acre lot In most select Lockers
--- Storage Garbage Drop Chute

neighborhood Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks,
t Scads of sky light so houseIs


SERVICESHome This weather lavish csheerful house or casual Is even Ideal entertaining In gloomy for PHONE 3 Elevators 376-4456 ;HOUSE HUNTING! I


0 Never hove you seen so
FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
much cabinet and drawer I
space under one roof. (24 Hour Service)

And Business Three-car square' footage garage.,000 Total under SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

roof 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441

Happy to' show by appointmentonly.
FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS !
Butler Bros. BUILDERS $15,825
Appraisal Service Plumbing I 372-1987

-- The brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
FRED B. ARNOLD SEWER INSTALLEDNEW .
REALTOR ; Terrazzo floors roof custom-built kitchen central ;
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL & used fixtures complete shingled ,
SERVICE plumbing serviceBIG" JIM WE DON'T GIVE AWAY FREE CLOTHING natural G.E. built-in kitchen all
MacbhaSew. III* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 377-3531 __!HUGULEY."2._FR 2-1589.Gainesville Plumb gas heating, paved streets., y


Service. BulldozingSMALL UpholsteryUPHOLSTER BUT WE DO GIVE YOU MORE USEABLE city services. I f
!16.1015
bulldOzer. loader dump THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
trucks fill dirt lima rock. TopS your furniture at CLOSET SPACE FOR YOUR CLOTHES
". Phone 373-7(46. reasonable prices. Call Sally. I

LandscapingLANDSCAPE Experienced.N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling.FR 4-9888. 4248 MORE PEOPLE HAVE BOUGHT HUGH EDWARDS, MODELS AT $14,500. :

INC., HOMES IN NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA i THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT :

SERVICE SINCE 1945 BECAUSE THEY RECOGNIZE MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
Grass-Sod-Garden -
MainNurserystock
DO YOU NEED. Florida room, extra -
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S .
:
,
room more room roof work
NURSERY or maybe a complete new home? TRUE VALUE BATH TROPICANA
Landscape Co. For a free estimate. J. guaranteed THREE BEDROOM, ONE
FR 6-JS14 for free estknatoMortgage
J work phone Carl C.
Appliance Repair Gr Broker Waters. 372.8019.EXPERIENCED. 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES MODELS $13,000. ;

Air ConditioningA1 CARPENTER I

MORTGAGE MONEY Paint and repair lobs performed by FHA and VA Walk to elementary ,
SH per cent Interest. Term to carpenter who loves his trade.
HANDYMAN SHOP 25 years. CALL FR 6-4907 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. and junior high
First In air conditioning and Appliance BUY BUILD REFINANCEcan From $400 down
repairs. Wa sell -
guaranteed
.. Sewing Machine RepairsCALL Better living and .
washers. refrigerators. etc Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 f
.
FR 6-0267. I
I SEWING MACHINE SETT From month resale value.
I FHA and conventional at lowest $79 per
current rates. Terms to 25 VICE CO. 115 W. University .
Auto Glass I years. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 3161D75W.. repair all! NO MONEY DOWN
obligation. Call tomorrow. I Mak. Work fully guaranteed Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street; turn
AUTO GLASS U cur only busi .. w. KIRKPATRICK Realtor ,

tree ness. pickup Immediate* a l1very.Installation Add _3N._ FRED Main St.B. ARNOLD Ph. FR 9444 Sewing-AlterationsDressmaking. V A Village: f GKCH left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.

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& value to
beauty your car.
MAULDIN'S 323 N.W. 6th AUTO St. FR GLASS 4-2558.CO. AND REALTORFHA CONVENTIONALLOANS Ave.pair. Opal.Holder.Iterations 2719 SE and 19th re- LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc. Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 f FR -2" 376-7971

Auto Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA TELEVISION PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES ,
and conventional loans. Low I
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 Priced from $13,90017,250 I PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
exchanged Repair kits for W. Univ. Ave. 3725393.F. PICTURE TUBE Repair Special $1 00001
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized per Inch plus $10 to Install most
Walker Hydraulic Jack H. A. a. Cony. Loans tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special -
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC Reconditioned TV from tf.95. Sodded Lawns t
SERVICE I SUPPLY 1314 S. REALTORS THE VARIETY STORE I Daily 2-9545 Night 69048BUTLER
Main FR M497 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 7 S.E. 1st Ave. Swim Club !
4 Technician's with 84 years experience
on all makes.ADVERTISE Air Cond. Optional _ _f;
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i6Misc :For Salt.I 73 Musical MerchandiseTRUCK S5 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Salt
I
REMINGTON electric typewriter. LOAD OF USED PIANOS 1962 CHEVROLET. radio heater 59 Ford Fair'lane 500, 2-dr., R&H
SIM. .Underwood office typewrlt. Buy now for this fall Many to _s. power steering new paint, AT "'5. 57 FORD, 9-pass. country
er $57.50. Good condition. Call choose from. Instant credit. $1395 3725097 before 6 PM. & sedan AT. RAH. $475, Both itSHOCKS I
372-4738 after 5 P.M. Gainesville Music Center' 376-0050 after ( P.M. clean cars. :3723157. SHAW

BARGAINS In beds. chests odds 372-5421, 1023-25 W. Unlv Avt BLUE '53 ,CADILLAC Cony. & KEETER
and ends at Treasure Chest Fair.banks 1964 ALLSTATE scooter 5 mos.
|lust north of airport. Open Automotive $80. Call FR 67706. old. Must sacrifice. $349 new. Now
Friday night for browsing. 1959 Chevrolet Impala Cony. All $225. Call 372-4407.

SMALL chest freezer, power big engine. Five new 1944 CORVAIR Spider convertible.
excellent rut Plane! 1 83 Motorcycles & Scooter tires new battery. $895. 421 NW Daytona blue, radio heater. 4
374-0873. 3rd Ave. Phone 1(20. speed transmission I 'wire wheel
I bucket seats 4,000 miles.Take 1
IRIUMPH Motorcycle 500 Cum covers
REUPHOLSTERED sofas" chairs MODEL 'A' truck as Is. $35. Call
good working condition. Priced to over payments. Phone 376-
Mrs. M. R. McGilvray. FR *-
roll
bed cedar chest
away I selL Manor Motel. Phone 4-5212. 3590. 4339 or 372977. GAINESVILLE
blrdseye: maple bedroom suite THE
electric range, dressers, new porch I 1963 YAMAHA YDS: 250CC motor- 1959 Karmann Ghia. Hard top, excellent 1955 OLDSMOBILE Holiday power :
swings wash stands brass I cycle. Four speed 75 MPG & condition H. H_ Everett. steering i brakes auto trans.,
andirons antique china cabinet.I 75 MPH. Crash bars and other Hydrocarbons Plant, Phone eeS- radio .. heater. ,$225. Phone :3742270. i
brie a brae and other house' 'extras. Excellent mechanical 2851. Brooker. Fla. CAR &
hold Items. Nearly Nu Furni condition. Call FR 23721 after 5
1961 Corvair Monza 900. Four '54 PONTIAC. $150. Hydromatlc. radio -
ture
Shop. 324 N.W. Ith AVC. P.M.
Phone 3744892.LONESOME door automatic' transmits Ion. heater low mileage. Immac-
Call FR 4-9748 ulate. Myra Terwilliger, FR 6'a MARKETWITH'
T-V looking for a new : 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR TRUCK
1962 COMET. 2 dr., u1o. trans-
viewer. Wilt leave home for 30.
Extra If.a PONTIAC 2-dr.. auto. trans.VL -
radio heater. clean. $1250.Will
Ph. 37?-5047. t05 NE 11th Ave. CONDITIONING. Tune up radio, heater. S220 Call or
taketrade 374-4009. Dealer.
Special $2.50 for performancetest.
HEAVY DUTY Singer industrial All makes, and models. see after 5:30 P.M. 372-3251, at
sewing machine completely re- of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- 1962 CORVAIR cony. 4 speed trans., 1045 N E. 13th PI.

1 conditioned.REPOSSESSED SIM. 372 ZIG'56'1.ZAG Powers Servicing Motor Co.Center.. Air 204 Conditioning N.- bucket radio. heater seats. candy$1495. apple Will trade.paint, 87 Automobiles WinterCARS THE MOST DRASTIC TRADING POLICY IN THEIR 40 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THIS AREA!

Excellent condition 154 Model Main st., Phone FR 2-251. 3764009. Dealer. WANTED. 950-54 Fords
Stitch O .- Matte Zig Zag does
(1 VOLKSWAGEN radio. Beautiful t Chevrolets. Al Herndon Service
all the fancy stitches wfhout attachments 85 Automobiles for Sale 4th' St.
914 SE
blue. $1050. 2626 W. Univ. Ave. I Station.
buttonholes. sews on
buttons monograms etc. RelIable -
party to assume only ( 195 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan, radio -

Manager payments 372740.of U10.United Call Sewing Credit Best and offer over heater$300.one 3724758.owner. BEST

Center 1956 Pontiac. HT AT. PS & PB. YEAR-END DEALS
ALL NEWCOMETS
USED vacuum cleaners. SIS ., Good 1953 Plymouth.transportation No beauty$225. Also but
up some l like new. Call (7110 or runs good. $110. Phone 4-4402 till
see at 712 N. Main. 6 PM. 4-4873: after 6 PM. Mc-

TWO PC. Simmons LR uit. reupholstered Donald.
$.49; baby bed. $10; bas DODGE Royal. 1956 autom. trans..
sinette $3; 12 pc. wood DR suite new seat covers, tire and muffler MERCURYS
SS5 baby cradle. $12.59!; vanity good gas mileage.- Call
& stool.with$14 cross; dresser top freezer.$10; refrigerator $45;- 372 1st.0492.Ave.CADILLAC. or come by 1036 NE A sales event unduplicated in history! An all out selling spree that defies competition dares to save


playpen.Westinghouse 3-4 rollaway electric bed range.$17.50.$22. fully powered 1955 with red new convertible top. $200. USED CARSCRANE you hundreds of dollars on your purchase of a new CAR or TRUCK!

50; desk other miscellaneous: See at Tenneco Stat. corner ef
furniture. We buy aV sil. PAU- S. Main < 4th Ave.
LINE'S. 1425 E. Univ. FR -0858.. '
60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent

Free-delivery.REPOSSESSEDStyle Mate Singer Like cond.Priced. right.one owner Call FR many 4-7824.extras. LINCOLN-MERCURY 1964 FORDS PRICED SO LOW-YOU CANT SAY NO!


new nothing to buy to Zig Zag '43 OLDS F-85 loaded Excellent 506 E. University FR -2425
applique monogram fancy s'lt condition. See Mr. Green University .
h.1
es button holes, darns City Bank. 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251 ..
-
etc. Assume payments of $750 I : Falcons
per mo. Small balance. Mikell's 57 CHEVROLET Belair convertible.all
Sewing Machine Service. IIS W. power good condition. LeavIng
Univ. FR 4-1075. town must sell. Phone 374- '

CLEAN rugs like new. so easy 2731. ---:,,- Fairlancs
I to do with Blue Lustre. Rent 1961 VW deluxe sedan extra clean,
electric shampooer $1. McDanl- new engine many extras. $1090. CLEARANCE SALE
ell Furn.Center.Co.. Gainesville Shopping Call 372-4153. Galaxies

( 30" range T-V, antenna bed! '55 CHEVROLET standard trans
chest. headboard desk lamp, mission, cylinder. Perfect condi- 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
chairs cameras. 2 typewrit r s. tion. Call 372-4431. 1115 NW 7th T-Birds
violin lamp.blender, $. other PL CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS
Items. Ph. 372 MM. -
ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet
I MOD. 94 .30 .30 Winchester Impala 2 dr. hardtop excellent HARDTOPS
$70, Mod. 12.16 Ga Winchester condition. Call Jones 374-5351.

FR --4921.$60. or will trade. Phone 1963 radio DODGE S. heater DART air manual Cond.,shift.4-dr. Most Colors. Available Drive One Away Today!

Ife BABY BED & mattress. $12) Cos- ww underrating perfect. $1450 Your Own Deal"TAKE
chair "Figure
Co high chair $10 potty (I warranty..) FR 2.5170.
$2; stroller SS. Phone 372117
or see at 444 NW 27th Ave. 1963 FAIRLANE 500 2-door auto
matic. V-t radio. tutone. Good FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
CHRISTMAS NEAR! condition. Call FR 4-0374. 707 N.W.

Start have getting Xmas trees.your gifts nativity now.scenes We 2nd Ave. DEDUCT 10'% ... . . . 000.00 ,.,.xw. r?q..,.. a :.:..o u w.,T" i'4 Y4.r
and ceramic gifts.ELLA'S '57 FORD conv. new top excellent
condition. Valve lob being

2145 E. Univ. CERAMICS FR -5548 completed.FR 4-9448 after A sacrifice* p.m. at $725. YOUR PRICE $000 Cr ..-.-_ -

BEDROOM suite $35. din ng rm. FOR Sale or Trade for travel
t set $45; 3 single beds $15 eat fan trailer. '54 Super 88 Oldsmobile
$15; bicycle $15; 3: pc. couch $35; good condition new tires. PhoneF
6 and many other Items 3760011. R -4707.. 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE, WARRANTYSEE _

FOR SALE Jacobson reel type 1960 VALIANT station wagon. auto.
lawn mower like new $70. For trans., 1 owner car. in excellent \
a Information call 374-8528 condition. See at 1630 NW THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT
turn 55th St. 374-8445. .
Amer.
ETHAN ALLEN early
king size bookcase head board. "40 BONNEVILLE. loaded excellent -
$SO; dining table. $40; 2 cap. condition $1450
tain's chairs S25 electronic flash 376-8687. "
r Phone POOLE-GABLE"
Oun $30. Phone 3762270.
GORGEOUS dresses, tweed suit. CLEAN 57 FORD wagon $300. 703
size 12. linen W. Univ. Ave.Phone .
evening wrap

folding Clothing.blouses.bed.costume beachwear pressure lewelry., elec.cooker heater men's bedspreads '57 CHEVROLET 3723054.Belair V-8. 4 dr.. 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 1964 FORD TRUCKSSAVINGS

sofa bolsters. 6x9 rug. excellent condition. new tires air ..
ether St. useful Items. 231 SE 2nd and 2-4478 power steering. $895. Call FR

MOVIE outfit, complete. I mm Keystone 1962 VOLKSWAGEN convertible,
electric eye zoom lens radio heater white walls show
camera; prelector screen; view- room condition. $1295. Will take ENDOFTHEMODELCLEARANCE
... tltfrrt etc. FR -9452.. trade. 376-4009. Dealer.

'.. e wife says one of us must go. '41 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with
and I'm stay Ing I Get it now gas air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL -
stove. $30; also 55000 BTU oil '54 Plymouth perfect cond
circulator, $75. See at 1336 NE 43000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone
7th St. FR 64405.

I BEDS / 1O Goloxie "500" 2 door, hard- LIKE

30 single Iron beds good condition. 00 FORD automatic transmission,
I yr. old. $5. Must be sold at once I MELTON top,
9 FR 20947. radio, heater, air conditioned, $2495 NEVER

! 67 Trading Pests MOTORS new tires, etxra nice . . ,

BEFORE !
.
NN
WILL trade good 14 foot fiberglass "
boat for your car. even 703 N. Main St. / "770" 4'door sedan,

) trade 2-8181.or boot If warranted. FR FR -7571 6 3 RAMBLER bucket seats, automatic -

'62 Allstate scooter. In excellent transmission, radio, heater, air conditioned,
condition for riding lawn mower -
i Phone Howard 21544 power steering, power brakes, $2395

I TROPICALPONTIAC extra .' .
70 Boats-Marina Equip. NORTHCENTRAL
It I

t I dinghy I Good L Biscayne door, 6
,
10c :.tit"I
trailer $125. Phone 63 CHEVROLET $2 FLORIDA'S
373.5159 after 5 PM. 302 N.W. 8th cyl.
_
FR 22583VOLK heater.179 5
14 with FT.steering Marine hookup.Plywood lust runabout com- : automatic transmission, radio, ; LARGEST

I pietely reworked excellent con- _
dition. $110. FR (5824.
7/O "770" 4 door, bucket SELECTION
*
FOR SALE I4 fiberglass boat. RAMBLER
I 3S h. p. motor I trailer. $495. 00 seats, radio, $ 1 7QC
OF
Call 376-4955.
heater, twin floor shift. . . I
If Cabin cruiser plywood good
condition. 50 h.p. Mercury excellent
OUTSTANDINGUSED
#)
condition. Tilt trailer. Ph.
t V4-8507 after 5. Galaxie "500" 4 door, hard-
6" FORD
I 1 72 Office Equipment MILLER- top, automatic $

transmission radio, heater, nice. I OV3 : ..>i5ae,
PRICES SLASHED BROWN TRUCK

t On all types of office equipment.Less 1030 E. Umv. OWZ
.. then wholesale.. New. used FR 2-3582 American 4 door, BUYS! _
, and rebuilt electric and manual 62 RAMBLER
adding machines; typewriters; heater, +

f cash registers;of calculators all makes like 100 FOR THE CORRECT low mileage . . . . 1 095
writers ;
check (MOST MODELS & STYLES AVAILABLE)
new. $20 and up. Terms can be TIME ,
arranged. Will take trade-Ins. Uni-
varsity Office Equipment FR 2-1411
6: Cream Puff
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PANY.or 2777 FR 2:105.N.W. am St. FR JC943 University Courtesy ChevroletN Of 57 CHEVROLET 4 door Bel Air, GAINESVILLE'S- LARGEST SELECTION OF A-l USED CARS!"

hardtop automatic
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16th Ave.
Main St. at
73 Musical Merchandise transmission, radio, heater, $QQF

FOR SALE Silver Conn Coniteilation like brand new. . . . 07*)
I concert trumpet. $250. Cat)
J 37$-160 after 7 P.M. Value Rated r h 1961
1960 1961 1960 1958 1962
WILL transfer to responsible party Ford
Used Cars Low
choke of four spinet or console NO DOWN PAYMENTPer Comet Corvair Chev. Ford Ford
Galaxie 500
planes. Pick up' 'payments of Wur-
litter Spinet Piano trade back. B&G MOTOR CO. Special 4-dr. deluxe, 4-dr. auto. 4-dr. sedan. Falrlane 500, 4-dr. sedan Ecwiolme
+ save $520. WwlUzer Organ with Month per Month IUtO. trens.. trans., R&H, V-a, Power. 4-dr.. Hardtop. V-l. R&H.COM Van.. heater; ,
sound &c motion pick up payments Cadillac Oldsmobile '56 Pontiac $21 :57 Chevrolet $34 RATE This he.ter. AC. solid glide Heater, R&H new white
we have.a plane to fit 2C01 ,NW 13th St. white. AC FordomatiG ps. AC. Xtra p.I it.
any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. '59 Rambler 34 '57 Plymouth 27 clean
$695 $895
t 702 W. Univ. Ave. 374-0031. Week's $1095 $245 $1095
58 Plymouth 29 56 Chevrolet 29 6 /o $169 5

PRACTICE PIANOS GAINESVILLEAUTO '58 Olds 16 '53 Chevrolet 9
J Upright\ pianos. $95 and up
Best
Used spinet pianos $495 an4 upI Buy
Used organs. Ins and up. SALES F.-

t. GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY 1007 N. Main St. RIDGWAY'S CAN SELL FOR LESS rnane -h [ hI 1962
Gainesville Shopping Cent.rFit 1962 1959 1960 1951 1957
Phone FR 2-6313
25353. LOCATED JUST un Cher.
BECAUSE THEY'RE"
Northcentrol Fhlrido'sIndependent Ford Cher Ford Ford Ford
SPINET Planes (new) beginning at
ACROSS THE TRACKS
$495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano. Largest M erc. Fairlane 500 Flirlane 500 4-0r, efa. ConverribkRiff. 2-dr. ltd.
I $450...Alse another truck load of Dealer WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWER 4dr. V-1. auto. W ton pickup 4dr. wagon, V-I, 'ranL. heater,
rebuilt ing t woshater. V-I. Special Fordomatic. FordomatiGwhite.
those fine factory pianos at PSPowPelldACi ONE OWNER.
tan & blue 1 .
fully guaranteed arrived today. 4dr. Ied"- white. RLH ,
4 We Invite you to visit vs for all $1345
595 $195 $175
your musical needs. OnAll luto. bran. I$895 $1RSH645
1 LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE BARKLEYMOTORS RIDGWAYMOTOR
i 112 SE 1st Street ps. AG R&H.NY .
CLARINET for sale good condition ,:
:3 yrs. old. $40. New

PHONE 376-1349. "IN THE AUTO GAME- CO. ;

BARKLEY'S THE NAME" ON COMPANY
r 2201 N. Main St. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 and SAVE

1964 FR 2-4373 I Used $595 UP 900 EXECUTIVE

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L Reporter Meets the Beatles and Gets Converted ( ?) ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A


FLORIDA Swimming Pool! I
By JAMES BACONAP Taylor, Richard Burton, Frank] Ringo, with that sad, sheep- the lobby. I was mobbed by the A couple of the girls asked for girls whose voices put them In

Movie-Television Writer Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Eddie dog look, did it. He's no Rock girls. One screamed: "Ringo my autograph. "Yeah! Yeah! the, 8 to 14 group.

HOLLYWOOD (AP) .Some Fisher and others who have Hudson when it comes to looks touched him." Yeah!" I shrieked. I signed autographs "Does Ringo really look that by Rivers Construction Co.A

people will tell you that the Beatles generated nob hysteria. but he's got something that The. girl touched my arm and for a minute or two sad?" "Is Paul McCartney really .

are Britain's revenge for Then I met the Beatles and girls crave. shrieked as if she had put_her and then someone yelled that that cute?" "Is John Lennon QUALITY POOL Backed by
the War of 1812. I don't buy talked with them. More impor- My encounter with Ringo and finger in an open light socket. the plane was taxiing to the'run really married?" "Is George a

tant, they touched me. Ringo the other Beatles took place at Soon girls by the score touchedme. way.I Harrison funny?" In a rock V FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY

that.They're okay in my book. Starr !laid his hand on my the airport. A mob of teen-age All went through the same went home. One of the roll beat, I shrieked the same

Up until last week I was just t; shoulder. girls saw it. shrieking ritual. neighborhood girls had seen me answer to all:questions. "Yeah. 2 SIZES....;. 16x32 and 20x40

another Hollywood writer. True.I Man. it made me an instant When the Beatles got in their One girl noticed some notes in on a television newsreeL She Yeah!, Yeah!"- Priced at $3,000 to $3,500

was a confidante of Elizabeth celebrity. plane, I walked up the ramp to my hand. They included Ringo's came to the house with a half- NO .MONET DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING

answers to questions_about a reported -dozen of her girl friends. The -

romance with actress-: same touch, the same shriek. WITH EACH POOL YOU GET

More Southern Schools I singer AnnMargret."You The same questions. I Electrical Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board

mean you recorded Then Paul Harvey, the ABC i Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum. Cleaner
what Ringo said?" asked the radio newscaster, quoted a lineI Lighting Fixtures Leaf Net

girl pleadingly. I gave her the had used about the Beatles -I 'S ..Residential Commercial
Doors Both RacesATLANTA notes. She couldn't have been that they are the only performers Industrial : CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
to
Open happier with a mink coat. But in the history of showbusiness -I CALL :
RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO-
not for long. who make a million dollarsa I C. P. Dressier I

AP Southern I In Mississippi, rural Leake eral funds if racial barriers are About 20 girls pounced on her year for letting the audience'I Electrical Contractor i 1909 EAST 5th STREET
white school not and tore the notes to shreds. entertain them. DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
states, applying their interpre- County opened its dropped.In Phone FR 6-6193 I Ii
tation of the Supreme Court's !doors to Negro first graders Louisiana, desegregation Each girl seemed happy with a That brought phone calls 910 N.W. 4th St. i 622.7048 FLA.
little i
deliberate speed rate for school Friday for the first time but reaches the fourth grade in New. scrap of paper. hundreds of them all from --

integration, are opening addi- none appeared. The aunty, Orleans this fall and adds kin I

tional previously white schoolsto along with Biloxi and Jackson, dergartens. Baton Rouge integrates -! .
Negroes. is under court orders to dese- the 11th grade. A rural\

gregate first grades under a Greensburg high school enrolled
Registration of Negroes for stairstep plan. three Negroes in the 12th grade

the first time proceeded in a Biloxi registered 17 Negroesat last week. -

number of cities and counties white schools and Jackson Token integration has occur- I'a

during last week. In most instances red in 16 of 67 Florida counties 1 I' -
the change is the resultof 43.In
court action. Negroes contendthe Montgomery, Ala., cradleof since 1959 and Miami schools
have desegrated.
the Confederacy where the
rate still amounts to only
modern Negro revolution began,
token integration.
the board of education, actingon Not HelpfulLONDON
I
Threatened withdrawal of federal a court order, assigned Negroes Ii 1 I

funds a new lever to white schools. Twenty- (AP) The Boy I

brought into play by the Civil nine had applied for transfer. Scouts in rural Surrey called a

Rights Act, could be responsiblefor but the board, acting under the halt today to the daily good I .- --
integration gains in some ar- Alabama Placement Law, ad. deed of two Cub Scouts.

eas. Federal authorities indica- mitted only eight.Elsewhere "They had been warning driv- :: "' %$ ,'bf' I

ted recently that voluntary compliance in Alabama,. ers to watch out for a police ra- '; '..t .' 1

would be sought before schools will be desegregated in. dar speed trap down the road," .. .. :..... .' "" ,. '. .. .... .
federal assistance funds are cut. Birmingham, Mobile, Huntsvilleand : explained Cub Chief Edgar Lea. 'N 0'110" .: :. : ':0.':. d.... :,"
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Gadsden and in the countiesof ....t.:: .. 'V ..>: ". .
Mobile Madison and Macon. % .
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Stolen Kiss Seven Georgia cities have .' ; SEnds.
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been named in integration suits. :;:::. ;: .:. ': ::''r '.
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Atlanta where .
a grade-a-year t { .. < ...
Not Worth plan was started in 1961, com .. 5 ; \ ;(
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pletes integration of high : ....:. ..>.> .<.f.. "'v". .. .x(1.. -__:
schools this White schools
year. : : : /: .ttar ) .

$35,000LOS admitted 144 Negroes last year home protection at fi" .::/.: ... .::... ... .>. I .I '. .... l i . and more than 800 are expectedto less cost with a ,,,, l I { :
ANGELES (AP-Just be in the enrollment of 109-, Homeowners Policy I: .. I I rh 1 1

because a whiff of perfume 000 for the September term. ... .. .
Contact me today! ...... .
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A federal court turned {,
recently
Richards' ardorto .,': .
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fanned Gaylord .: r.Y. r\ :
down a Negro plea for dese- .:: : > .
he ,, ;, .
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that's
flame, no reason gregation of all Atlanta schools 117 N.E. I :: ..

he should stole pay from$35,000 the fragrant for the woman kiss immediately. Failure of Negroesto r1' 15th Ave. :..: : '>' . ,
ele- .
gain acceptance at an \.. i'
who wore it, says a SuPerior :.< ...
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mentary school in Atlanta, Fri- t PhoneFRanklin .',: ,:
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Court jury. :: ,
day is expected to bring. new I. .

five-man court action.Tennessee ': .... .
The seven-woman : .. ,
began desegregating 2.0444 .. .
jury deliberated an hour and 15 jI .
schools far back 1957 .. .
minutes and then returned a as as .

unanimous verdict against Mrs. and several cities and countiesare 1 Ralph Turlington jl.". ..
classes for the '
Catherine Looney, 33, of Malibu. integrating '
first time this J. Howard .,.,_.
= worker in the year. PC2IOI3 J
Mrs. Looney a t : '
:Garrett Corp. aerospace plant Warf, education commissioner,,1\\ STATE FARM -1- : C .' : ; .
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recently notified the 153 school MutuallAutomobllt tnsuranct' Company l w J r .
-in Torrance, had asked $35,000 How Office "' "
BtoomiJtftM, --w '
and systems they would lose all fed Jlllnow 0i 4 'HIllA"' IJ :.I 'I< :.i d5 ..r. .' : \ .
: for physical mental
damages ;;; ,
suffering she claimed she i o "..''.yti'r.'. ,
suffered in 1962 when Richards i ] I

seized her and kissed her. I [t I
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Richards, 45, now of Rockford -I .:.,....:.:, .... l

Ill, was a Garrett plant:, + 1 -.

guard at the time. He contended ;i t 'FifflOM ;Jr MJlt I 'fi f.t 1i... .nt '
that Mrs. Looney had doused: rtt.t.Ont

herself with irresistible perfume I ,: .f S Nylonair8 Chem p ton.Nylon Safety Champion Nylon De Luxe Champion 4r 500"Nylon

and that his embrace and kiss j i Built rubber..the with SUP.R.Tt11Wider.same tough .deeper tread gives you Deeper tread and improved de- .Ab\eica'.";UMBER ONE -America'..mat eked
were brief and light. : 1 t rubber uaed.1n famous :20 Firestone% more NYLONAIRE mileage than the sign Jive you 25% more JDil. original equipment.,.tine on Oradl" pt dIUJ11e1 .tire.o ::
I age than the CHAMPION
1 Fuestone J&cmg: fues for new 1964 cars...liVes you t uc mio
Richards' wife, Bonnie, 35, I NON TRANSFERABLE j greatermilea d t,aaletl' .18 more traction MKN tha NYLON. 30% more mileage than years 0 LV race. tire ere .
INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Nat. Credit Cards and dtuability. the Firestone NYLONAIRE. -10% more traction edes than the Firestone SAFETY perence.Super Sirength
hUSband
mind if her :
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doesn't
said she ; Z the CHAMrlON NYLON. BHA bt PIO N. NYLON. for gr eater
gives other women aj I I I ?. impact relistana. ;
kiss" and that was the lLAtItlAllS .IUtEWAUS IU.CK.AUI 1rlllnWAUS .
"friendly I. BLACKMAIL WH'UWALLS 7Yb.lap. Tubasas 7aMIa1. TYMbN .
kind he gave Mrs. Looney. | I. E T.1Ie-tJJe TIIWeII TIIbe-t>>I Tabdr T.lle-bIIe 7ubalas' TIiIle-I1/II TYalss T.lle-type Tlillel.11 T..type. 11111e1.1I IUCKWAllS bln.ALl IUCKWAllS WNnWAllS, :
lat NI lit 2M tat W 1st Iwo 1It 2114 tat 2114 rl _
lat Ind lat W lit I-ii-;
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Saucer chair basket 3-Pc. Sectional Sofa and matching ALL PRICE PLUS TAX. Oth.r sizes.Yail.b s...s0.12. 5.20-13, .
veave QQ95 4295 i t 5.60-13,7.00.13.5.0.14,6.50.14.7.00'14..50'14,5.015.5.5 ,5.60.15, 6.00-15. 6.50.15.'6.00.If, 6.50.11 t'
with black metal OOO Turq. good cond. chair . . : _
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Basket natural seat slight chairs, 200. . . 1| Q'5 2-pc. Brown 499 h DOWM J / NOI ffirtttollt kE SHOP'

defect . .... sectional . "0 NON"EY GOASA 7" fii5resiIoufltCd I
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a : IS iion red b y t housand sa nd thousands o ta
9-pc. Dinette set. Small tables good for work CHARG E U" NEEDED Firestone des!.r>;tea hares in the u fated ..
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chrome legs. Turq. 3993 table in kitchen.. 300 l Just SlY tesandCana a..Whereveryoutravelt: (O
Used Gas stove. TO 95 TD P'Y 'UUllffTlIIUUUAIWT .n1.1
4nths JIOUMlTelIlllUDITIIS "
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5-pc. grey Formica top Dinette. S f \ -...oft.rhIs"lnt la at Doe.-: :.-==cwn 4 M Ye. II.......
withturq. Painted kitchen choirs. 2 only. I __ .nt.
choirs. .. .. 2995 Each . . 200 > -' ." ..-- "'!jMl"411 !to _
Twin size mattress and match I'
1 set 34" innerspring mattress ing box spring. Ttresfone.THE '

and spring matching with legs.box. O CT>195 Chest stand and Vanity, Mirror. Night Hotel ticking.. Set 1600 : GREATEST TIRE: ''JI : l

bench. . . 4995 _
Sofa and Chair Walnut. Walnut Priced as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively price: JaTFi: ---.u;*"--'-rs"and at all service stations displaying" the Firestone
Danish style 6 drawer Oak : 9" sign.
by Fox. . ... 6995 1300 s t on d. ...
chest. .. . 42-pc. DRILL KITELECTRIC FH.IER


Just Say.
UNFINISHED FURNITURE-Ready to Paint r Alatorlt" IlRasstldyf
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Sturdily constructed of smoothly sanded super ponderosa Pine ready to paint. ft ifuP .: ;5.00


S Drawer chest. 1388 y 48 c t .. ,"I\\ i. ::: ::
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CHEST AND DESK, .. .
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9.95 \ -
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2 small and 4 large 1988 300 SHEET PKG. on;hl p yetV eS300.00 1 5.00
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Corner desk chest drawers. ova &
1 dice .00,00 20.00
Guaranteed Mohawk Brand On e
bookcase, cabinet $3995 Fairbanks tt\etc\\ot\
all three pieces 44 011Ward
Bookcase large size, 10/ by 8"
36x48x10 1695

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Dresser Base. Cosh and Carry. ll88 30x48x10 .. ._ 1495
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