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Elated President Claims U.S. Leadership Secures


New Unrk ( inw "We would lose leadership," Dr. Newell suggested."In .

By TOM WICKER the world?" the President asked.
Future OfProject
WASHINGTON Space scientists told President Johnson Sat- "In the world," Dr. Newell agreed.Do .
urday that photographs sent by Ranger 7 had demonstrated that you think we can be first in the world and second in space?"
designated areas were suitable for manned landings on the moon. Johnson asked him.

The photographs had shown that most of the surface of the selected "No, sir," Dr. Newell said.
area was usable for a landing the scientists said, and that
Johnson, pressing the point, observed that the world could have
there was no thick layer of dust over it that would make the effort
been satisfied with the ox-cart. But was it conceivable to Dr.
f impossible. Newell that the $20 billion space and moon-shot programs could
Johnson obviously elated the of the rocket Photos Hold
over success moon May
be eliminated and that the nation could "still expect to occupy the
and its photographic gear, received this information at a public "
position in the world that you cherish for America?
briefing. He turned the occasion into a resounding endorsement of It was not, Dr. Newell said, because the most important result Lunar Secrets
the moon-landing project, and a of the American
had laid "the for
of Ranger 7 was that it groundwork future livingin
space effort. the Space Age." PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -
"Are you satisfied with the return on that investment?" John- Jet
Newell added "the next domain." Propulsion Laboratory
Dr. was
son asked Dr. Homer Newell Jr., an assistant administrator of
Johnson said later that the was without "any scientists took a second look
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.Dr. space program
Newell said he was "delighted." tinge of partisanship," but the catechism he conducted obviouslywas Saturday at the historic Ranger
"Elated?" Johnson prompted. calculated to counteract criticisms of the lunar expedition and 7 photos of the moonpicturesthey

"Elated," said Dr. Newell. other programs that have been made by his Republican opponent, hope may unlock centuriesold -

Did not the Ranger 7 "adventure," the President wanted to Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, and others. lunar secrets.

know, leave very little doubt,about the desirability of going to the "This is a battle for real existence in the world, isn't it, for survival But one big question seems to
moon? ?" he asked at one point.Dr. be settled: the future of the

"Not in my mind, not at all," Dr. Newell replied. "I would- Newell agreed that it was and said that he now was "hope scientists and engineers much

feel that we were backing down from a real challenge, the kind ful" of keeping to schedule on the lunar landing plan Project criticized in the past for six consecutive -

we've never backed down from before." Apollo. failures in the $200-mil-
1 "So what?" said Johnson patiently. (See JOHNSON on Page 8A) lion Ranger program.

Lucky No. 7 streaked to the

Holley Issues * moon in what JPL experts jubi-
lantly called a "textbook" oper-

Call for DebateTo Mars ation and snapped television
1965 United Fund ChairmanAlready Next Target: pictures all the way to its cli-

-- mactic crash early Friday
Burns against the moon's Sea of .
planning ahead, United Fund President By HOWARD BENEDICT vorable 28-day period starting in vironment and then gather Clouds. I

Howard Hall, right, and Keith Austin, newly-appointed PENSACOLA (AP) Rep. CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) late October. essential data during a swift 20- And the it took,
photos released -
chairman for the 1965 UF drive, discuss plans for the Charles Holley of St. Peters Next space target for U. S. JPL also was responsible for minute fly-by of Mars next Juneor
here and
October campaign. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) burg, Republican nominee for television cameras will be Mars the success of Ranger 7 and the July. They are to pass within shown to President Friday Johnson night in
governor Saturday challengedhis -believed by most scientists to Mariner 2 probe which relayedthe 13.500 miles of the planet.
the White Hours
opponent, Mayor Haydon be the only planet besides earth first close-up scientific information The camera on each Marineris Saturday. were
Austin to Spearhead Burns of Jacksonville, to set a which might possibly harbor on Venus during a to take 20 pictures. Becauseof spectacularly
time and place for a face-to-face life. fly-by in 1962. communications limitationsat scientists continued study
debate. Encouraged by the successful The Mars explorers, Mariners that distance, more than 66 and analysis Saturday of's

Holley said that Burns prom- picture-taking mission of Ran 3 and 4, will have much more million miles, the television pic- 4,316 pictures, some shot
65 United FundCPA difficult than Ran- tures will be stored from as close as 1,000 feet from
ised during the primary cam- ger 7, officials of the Jet Propul- assignments on
launch 7 Mariner 2. tape within the spacecraft and the surface of the moon.
paign to debate the GOP nomi- sion Laboratory plan to ger or
nee lint now has said he has no two identical 570-pound( pay- They must survive eight relayed to earth at the rate of Spokesmen said there wouldbe
Keith Austin has been He has had his own account- See MARS 8A) no further pictures of the
plans for a debate. loads toward Mars during a fa- months in the hostile space en- ( on Page
named chairman of the 1965 ing office here since 1956. moon released from the labora-

United Fund drive. Austin is a member of the tory over the wesiend. No time

His appointment was announced Florida Institute of Certified Concerns was set for possible release of
Terrorist _
Over .
by UF President Howard Public Accountants and the Tension additional views this week. So
.. ,
Hall. Austin headed the profes- American Institute of Certified .. JI far !only 10 of Ranger's pictures
sional division during last Public Accountants. He is have been reJc2 ed.
year's campaign.The also a member of the Florida
The mood at JPL was no
drive will be held October Bar Association and the Eighth Police City Security TightenedBecause brother of the one that pervaded
1931. Judicial Circuit Bar Associa ,
the laboratory after six fai'res
Hall said he was confident
that Austin will do "an excel- tion.Before he opened his account- Gainesville citizensare that and the telephone." she saw the doorknob turn as Flurries of prowler reports touched off a congressional in-

lent job." ing firm, he taught businesslaw tense and armed due He said the police late night she sat in her living room. She have come in to the police station vestigation.After .

Austin said the UF goal has and accounting at the UnI- to a terrorist's attacks on women patrol has been strengthenedto picked up a rifle and fired some of them caused by Ranger 6 hit the moon
not been set but promised it versity of Florida. He holds a here Police Chief W. D. the point where officers can through the door. No one was police officers themselves. but failed to return ps''"Tes last!

will be "realistic." reserve commission in the U.S. Joiner yesterday advised any- reach any home in the city al- found. Police are investigating February, James E. Webb, ad-

The new UF chairman is a Navy.He one walking the streets late at most immediately. "This could have been a everything, even dogs barking, ministrator of the National
graduate of the University of and his wife, Carolyn night to stick to main thoro- "Citizens can expect to have a friend, a relative any one," and the sight of an officer's Aeronautics and Space Administration

Florida, where he received degrees have two children. They live fares. police officer at their residence Joiner said. flashlight beam playing over said there were definite
in accounting and law. at 1106 NW 40th Dr. Specifying that his advice applied within two to three minutes aft- The best reaction if some- darkened homes late at night faults in the design of Ra""*ers
to both whites and Ne- er calling," he promised. one is trying to break in is to increases alarms and rumors. and in their text procedures

groes, Chief Joiner said "don't "Rely on us to do the man- quietly phone the police, the Joiner said he now believes prior to hunch He ordered a
take short cuts." He included hunting," he asked. chief said. He noted squad cars only three attacks can be defi- thorough inv=s'": ,at'' n. Le'-ora-

Clifton White to Head vacant lots in which the path "If someone is breaking in to could be there before a break- nitely attributed to the same tory o"erati, ns were over

I might exit across a homeowner's your home, or attempting to in could be accomplished.Joiner terrorist, on the basis of similar hauled, executives called on the

back yard. break in, a person has the rightto also warned that any patterns of behavior.The carpet and department heads
Citizens for Goldvater'S Recent reports indicate many shoot," the chief said. late night pedestrian can expectto first was an assault on a shifted.
loaded But he warned asked what (See POLICE on Page 2A)
residents have guns against using a be stopped and There were reports that a

() Ntxa Dark (Him0 zens-for-Goldwater and Mil- ready for use in their homes be- gun in any but the clearest cir he is doing, where he has been newly appointed! deputy director
cause of a prowler who has at- cumstances."I and where he is headed. Britain -retired Air Force Maj. Gen.
GUERNEVILLE, Calif. F. ler.The tacked women in their homes. would caution strongly This has been a constant police Alvin R. Luedecke-wouM order
offer announced here
Clifton White, the co director was Joiner's fear is that an innocent against firing at a person in the practice since the attacks drastic if
of the GoldwaterforPresident by Sen. Barry Goldwater's staff. person may be killed by yard, or crossing the yard, or started June 30. USSR even Ranger more 7 failed. changes
committee during the pre-con- The Republican p r esidential an over anxious resident. a noise," Joiner said. Joiner said some 50 persons Agree
But Ran"er 7 did rot fail.
vention maneuvering among Re- nominee is a guest of Gen. Al- "Keep your doors and win- "And be sure they're tryingto have been stopped for such became

publican candidates, Saturdaywas bert C. Wedemeyer at the Bo- dows securely locked," the police break in." He cited the recent "field interrogation" in the past On ControlMOSCOW known After, laboratory its success director) W.I-;

offered command of Citi- (See WHITE on Page 2A) chief advised. "Rely on case of a woman who said few nights.ion liam H. Pickering seemed jubilantly

(AP) Britain and confident when he prom-
JOHNSON'S 'OUT' LIST the Soviet Union agreed Saturday ised that two more Rangers
to work for an interna- would be fired early next year.
tional treaty banning the spreadof He said that previous commit-
I nuclear weapons, Tass said. ments on the Atlantic Missile

Politics Polls Backed EliminationThese The Soviet news agency pub Range would prevent any more

lished a joint Soviet-British Rangers from being launchedthis

communique at the end of a visit year. But he said Rangers 8
to Moscow by Foreign Secre- and 9 were already being as-

38f in ftnrk G intri3 views of the Presidentcan ticularly the use of the Federal that these factorsoutweighed tary Richard A. Butler of Brit- sembled.
By TO WICKER be set forth on the highest Bureau of Investigation to gain Kennedy's strengths the The full effect of Ranger 7'i

WASHINGTON Robert authority.The information; a reluctance to seea Kennedy name, his strength ain.Butler had come to Moscow in success may not become known

R. Kennedy Kennedy was eliminated from President's beliefs "Kennedy dynasty" created, among Roman Catholics and search of a n agreement on until Luedecke, former mana-
consideration for the Democratic and a feeling that he was too ethnic groups, his organizational measures to follow up the 1963 ger of the Atomic Energy Commission -
vice presidential nomina- ditioned his attitude toward all young and ambitious. ability, dedication to publicSee Moscow treaty banning nuclear has been in office a few

May Manage tion because of the racial crisis, the candidates for vice presi- Johnson came to the conclus- ( Politics on Page 2A) tests everywhere but under- weeks.
and because ground. (See RANGER on Page SA)

Drive President John In the Attorney General'scase The Tass summary of the
LBJ's the President came to the
son concluded Analysis: communique, based on talks
that he would What The conclusion that it would be inadvisable between Butler and Soviet For- ONE DAY
Humphrey Hopeful
WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- hurt the ticket News to take him out of the eign Minister Andrei A. Gromy-

dent Johnson is understood to in crucial areas Justice Department at a time of ko as well as Premier Khrushchev SUCCESSSTORY
Gen. RobertF. Means racial crisis exemplified by such
have offered Atty. more than some said the Soviet Union
Kennedy the job of managinghis other candi- events as the Rochester and About No. 2 SpotWASHINGTON and Britain "are in accord that
coming election campaign, dates. Harlem riots, and the disap- the achievement of
an agree Mrs. White said she was
of three civil rights
but the White House Saturday The President's reasoni n g pearance -- ment on the nonproliferation of amazed at the success of her
refused any comment. emerged from extensive. polling, workers in Mississippi.In (AP) Sen. lowing the announcement by nuclear arms and the conclu- ad; o'rrost everything was so'd.
Informed sources said the of- numerous conversations Johnson addition, Kennedy was so Hubert H. Humphrey of Minne- Johnson that he had eliminated sion for this purpose of an ap- the two nns were Mrs.gone Whiteran by

fer was made last Wednesday, had with a wide range of thoroughly identified with the sota, a top prospect for the several other possibilities including propriate international treaty 7:30 her that od evening only one day.
the same day Johnson eliminated political and business leaders, civil rights issue that he would Democratic vice presidential Atty. Gen. Robert F. would be in the interests of
the running as and the President's own reading have created additional difficulties "
Kennedy from nomination, said Saturday he Kennedy.In peace.
choice for of the political situation. for the Democratic ticket in f x ir rug. 11 x 11' rvg. dehumldl-
possible Johnson has had no word from President fan
a Associated Press of tier bedroom Umpf. window
an poll .
the Southern states
That is follows some of
reading as : bumper.
candidate.The matlre It box prlngs.
vice-presidential Johnson about his choice for the
that Johnson believes he can Democratic National Convention curl_ln* & rods iron. pIIOftOOr--
-The vote of the
were unable to Republican fc brfc-e-brIC.
sources post records spred
or at least has a good delegates released duringthe
carry .
candidate Sen. Barry Goldwa '!lOne 276f101.Whether
say what Kennedy's responsewas chance to win. But, asked about the situation, week, Humphrey was the WHERE TO
the civil bill
ter against rights
but he is believed to be considering said "I feel it looksas
Humphrey : leading choice for the second
But this the
will have the effect of creating was only
in a FIND IT amazed or
it. He performed sharper racial conflict weakness of the Attorney Gen- good as one could hope for. spot, holding a 3-2 edge over you're
throughout -
similar capacity for his brother, the country while the presi- eral, in the President's view. The other Minnesota senator, Kennedy with all others well to Area . . . 1C just toke of a for wont granted ad you will be
the late John F. Kennedy, in the dential campaign is in progress. His polling and conversations also Eugene J. McCarthy, also high the rear. Classified . 5C-9C pleased with it's quick results.

1960 election.At -Because Goldwater is like- convinced him that Kennedywas up in speculation that he mightbe The President has told reporters Comics . . 4C Economical Sun Want Ads
a news briefing Saturday, ly to carry some Southern bitterly opposed in crucial picked by Johnson as his hell make his choice known Markets . . 06 work hard at such low costs.

Assistant White House Press states, most likely Alabama, areas on grounds other than running mate, had returned to when he reaches a decision. Movies . . ... 3CObitunrtes Place your family want-ad on
Secretary Malcolm Kilduff Mississippi, Virginia and Flori- civil rights. his home state and was not Humphrey expressed belief Sat- . . 2A the 6 to 12 day. .low. 3728441.rate plan!
turned aside all questions basedon da, the real campaign battle- This opposition, much of it available for comment. urday this will not be until after Opienion Page 4A-5A Coll us today

stories speculating about the ground will be in the border among businessmen, was cen- But McCarthy's office said it the Democratic convention Sports . . O1-05

attorney' general's political fu- states and the big Midwestern tered on Kennedy's role in the had experienced a hectic day starts in Atlantic City, N. J., on Women's . IB-SB Proof of lUiiirtt

turi. states. __ teel-prke rollback of 1962, par. Friday with a flood of calls fol- Aug. 24.

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. S2A Gainesville Sun Sunday, August 2, 1964 '.

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rZervice, and experience' In nallgnal and McCarthy. leaders. Wins Miss Universe Crown / .010&" B \
politics. These men are not alone however One of these is that Democrats < .,""' % \\

7'I taken for the White in what Johnson considersthe and ..-... .
4J one poll by large, will nomi- AIAQICIIU .
"House, the Attorney General "A" group of potential nate whomever he chooses, with ::' '-' ...

-emerged as the most popular of candidates., He has mentionedno little dissent. Other conclusions: ZONESA Lk'h
3JU':several potential candidates others even to intimates, buta -Among religious groups, MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP-beauty crown Saturday night. Ronit Rinat a' dark 'blonde : Partly' cloudy through Sunday %
night with scattered daytime thunder-
;:=among the general public. Thisigas college president is among the over 90 per cent of Jews sup- An exotic brown-haired beauty The British entry, Brenda with blue-gray eyes from Israel, showers. Not much change In tem 11 \
however him and from Athens Greece KiriakiBlackler of'London, was named was third. Siv Marta Aberg of peratures. High Sunday in the 90s.
: a poll, group. port ; surprisingly, he Mostly south winds S to IS miles .1L\ aa
-end did not reflect stiff opposi- But Johnson also has a "C" also has heavy support among Tsopei, won the Miss Universe first runner-up. Sweden, .the tallest girl in the per hour.
-:t1n to him in crucial areas. group of possible candidates, Roman Catholics.The finalsat, 5 feet 10, was fourth. : Partly cloudy

--in another division of the.aame any one of whom could be elevated so called "white back More About Lana Yi Yu of the Republic of through Sunday with widely

poll, Ambassador Adlai E.gtevenson to the "A" group by new lash" against the civil rights China was fifth.A scattered mainly afternoon
scored highest the developments the Presi- bill will have thundershowers. High Sunday
as or by only a minor effect ,;
man the public believes most dent's private reflections. in the Northern states. Miami Beach ConventionHall 88 to 92. Northeast to'

"qualified to succeed to the pres- Included in the "C" group are -All of the potential vice Police j crowd of 6,800 watched the I east winds 5 to 15 miles per
4dency should some Jung happen Sen. Edmund Muskie of Maine, presidential candidates in pub- finalists parade in evening hour. ,

>*;Johnson. Sen. John 0. Pastore- Rhode lic speculation would hurt the dresses and bathing suits past' Sunday E F with H I:scattered Partly cloudy'afternoon Jhrough thun-

-Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Island, Mayor Robert F. Wagner ticket in some way; Johnson's From Page 1 the judges and up and down red I dershowers Variable High Sunday 90 to IS.

!33innesota placed second in both of New York Gov. EdmundG. polls show that h? would be cloth-covered ramps reaching winds 5 to mostly W miles east per and hour.G southeast.

visions of the poll. A separate Brown of California, Sen. Abraham least hurt by a candidate who woman June 30. In the second, His victims all white women out into the audience.For day J with K: Partly widely cloudy Scattered through main Sun-I y

JJ2U showed that his Minnesota Ribicoff of Connecticut. was accepted by the public as J'lly 13, the attacker forced a living alone, live in all sectionsof Miss Tsopei, the march I night Sunday and(7 morning to M. showers. High
Easterly *
Ueague, Sen. Eugene Mc- and probably some others. having excellent presidential woman to strip at knife point. the city. before a national television to 15 miles per "our.TEMPERATURES CEDAR KEY TIDES
:iSJarthy: would be the strongest In his elimination of the Cabi- qualifications. She ran to the safety of a led audience ELSEWHERE .
Joiner said he didn't believe to the triumph of High Low Precip.
gindidate in the South and the net Johnson also was influencedby -Johnson believes he either neighbor's home when he was lifetime and a Jacksonville 87 71 Sunday High at .7.u a.m. and tJ7:
the intruder with whom a dream-world Miami
;.border states. the fact that some public will win or run a good race in momentarily distracted.In Negro a reign Tampa |5 79 77 .w p.m. Low at 1:30 ajn. and 3:16 p.m.

: Both Stevenson and Kennedy groups were being formed to North Carolina, Georgia; Lousi- the third instance June 24, woman exchanged gunfire in queen of international Atlanta 71 ALMANAC
her 13'was New Orleans 11 71 .02 .
: were aliminated from consideration support them including Stevenson ana, Arkansas and possibly he attempted to attack an elderly home' July the same Boston 74 55 Sunrise Sunset today tomorrow.......... 7:22 5:50

:. by Johnson's statement) Rusk, and Kennedy. He South Carolina as well as in woman and was deeply terrorist as the attacker.His Probably for some others, It Washington New YOrk (2 80 45 59 ?PROMINENT Moonrise tomorrow STAR .. ljj a.m.

Thursday that it would be inadvisable felt it only' fair to let these some of the upper Midwestern scratched in the process of being actions didn't fit the same led to professional contracts as Chicago Kansas City 92 98 II 70 Aldebaran. near the Moot.

1; to recommend to the groups know in advance that states; as of now, he expectsto driven off. pattern of behavior as the other -models or actresses. Denver 92 81 skies Highlights above of this the month phenomena will be the In the appearance

-Democratic convention anyone their candidates had beeen eliminated win all the major industrial A composite description has Joiner said. He believes it Ft.Denver Worth 92 99 75 63 week and of the the Increasing Perselti prominence meteors next of

=who was in the Cabinet or who from his list of potentials. -states and his home state of him Negro, in his late teens to was just a case of her surprising Miss Tsopei accepted the Miss Los Seattle Angeles' ___ 10 47 *U 5 .41 Venus the a morning platet throughout

*;;met regularly with it. Texas. early 20's, medium to slender an ordinary burglar.In Universe crown from the retir.
?- Johnson stressed that he had Several impressions have build. five feet 8 to 11 inches ing queen, leda Maria Vargasof
made no decision on a running been made on Johnson by his One ex vice presidential possibility tall, 145 to 160 pounds. addition to throwing a Brazil. She also received a BEAUTY

mate but speculation immediately -!numerous polls and his exten- who took elimination in heavy concentration of officers $7,500 cash award a $10,000 QUEEN I
into night patrol work Joiner
good humor was Rusk. He tolda
:" centered on Humphrey sive conversations with politicalHe'd personal appearance contractand
said the police have concentrated -
conference that
news Friday FulbrightAppeals a rich wardrobe.The ENDS YEAR'S REIGN
his had been "the shortest and on following up on many

smallest boom in investigative leads. Grecian has !
history. It lovely the
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) at Monticello College, Alton, HI.
Like To Be For
started in one line in one news- "We are following up on all imposing measurements of 36-
Advice from an old Miss USA to living in a dorm and
paper over a week ago, he said, tips," he said. 22-36, in spite of the fact that
a new one: music and drama.
** .' was knocked down by him last Two men with sex offense records she eats potatoes three times a
Sunday on a television program, Foreign Aid in the Gainesville day. She explained that "youdon't Watch the desserts fix your I "Ever since I can remember

I :Secretary of State and knocked out by the President iI being traced from the area cities are in get fat on Greek pota own hair, do your own mani- :I I've looked forward to going to
I cure, your own clothes college. This is just the begin
in his announcement toes. She
on WASHINGTON (AP) Chairman which they were last known tobe is a model by occu- cultivate a great sense of humor :ning."

Thursday.He J. W. Fulbright of the Foreign the chief said. pation. and be
: New tytfk (eimra this year. I did not seem distressed. Relations Committee told Jeanne Venables patient.
I Joiner said almost as many California And in the end, says Marite
Kennedy these friends as- the Senate Saturday that Presi- entry in the Miss USA LBJ Barry
: WASHINGTON Attorney plainclothes men in unmarked contest,. Ozers, "the year being Miss ,
.. General Robert F. Kennedy sert. is exerting no pressure to More About dent Johnson's foreign aid request -cars are operating at night as decided earlier this week, was USA is something fortunate to

would like to be Secretary of obtain the State Departme "cannot be .further reduced -uniformed officers in standard voted "Miss Amity" by other have had. Many people dream. Both to SpeakTo
but has let it be knownat
State now that the vice presi- without undermining the aid prowl cars. girls in the Miss Universe pag about it."
the White House and
: dency has been forclosed to small circle of intimates thatif a WhiteFrom program as an instrument of "Just because you don't'see acar eant. Her award was for friend- This stunning 20 year old Legion
.;. foreign policy. ship, personal popularity and I
him. he is to remain in with a big light on top daughter of an immigrant opera
This is the consensus ofT he would prefer to government serve Thus the Arkansas Democrat doesn't mean we aren't there," international understanding.At singer ended her reign as Miss DALLAS, Tex. (AP) President !-

several close friends and associates in a high capacity in the field Page 1 appealed for passage of the foreign he assured. the start of Saturdaynight's USA Wednesday by placing the Johnson and Republican

-' of the brother of the of foreign affairs.: i aid authorization as it'' competition, winding up crown on another lovely blonde presidential nominee Sen. Barry

late president in the wake of The young Attorney Generals I of an exclusive mens' club in cleared his committee 3.4' St. Johns two weeks of preparation and 19-year-old Bobbi Johnson of Goldwater of Arizona will speakto

President! Johnson's state- said not to have changed the redwood forests near here. billion or $50 million below the rehearsal entries from the 'Washington D.C.

Bient Thursday that Kennedy, his mind about turning down II Observers considered the appointment -President's request.In United States and four South Marite looks back on her frantic the American Legion national

,_ and others of cabinet rank, the suggestion of New York a move to provide an a speech prepared for the Grand American nations Bolivia, year of travel, cutting rib- convention in September, party

---' had been eliminated from con-' Democrats that he run for the I important campaign job for a opening of debate which may JuryRecesses Brazil Paraguay and Venezuela bons at openings, givingspeeches -[officials confirmed Friday.

: sideration for the number two Senate seat of Republican Ken man who was one of the prin- last through next week, Ful- -were eliminated.This and checking in and out of County GOP Chairman John

:: spot on the Democratic ticket! neth B. Keating. He is reported cipal managers of Goldwater's bright declared foreign aid is left 10 girls. Those losingout scores of hotels as unequaled Leedom said Goldwater is tentatively -

I still to feel that his candi- successful campaign for the inseparable from U.S. politicaland in the final judging were I opportunity. I scheduled to speak

,. :dacy in a state of which he is nomination. defense policies and from I ,Maria Amelia Ramirez of Argentina i "You couldn't possibly have
: Crash EndsBoys' not a legal resident would be In the first round of campaign "the over-all defense and social Johns County Grand Jury Sirpa Wallenius of Fin- 'earned[ as much sitting in the Sept. 23, an invitation he accepted -

an embarrassing anomaly. appointments after his nomina- and economic development" of met for four hours Saturday and 'land, Edith Noel of France, 'classroom. Now that it's over, I before his nomination for

,I But an equally important tion, Senator Goldwater surrounded non-Communist nations around recessed without naming a new Emanuela Stramana of Italy feel like I'm graduating." president. ;

Spree consideration, it is said is himself with fellow Ari- the globe. biracial committee as expected. I and Jorunn Nystedt of Norway. : She'll return home to Chicago William! H. Clark nIt county .

Kennedy's increasing preoccupation -zonians. White is from Rye, Sen. Wayne Morse D-Ore., a State Atty. Dan Warren said I "I am happy. Very happy" i after the Miss Universe pageant Democratic chairman said !(

: Of with international affairs -N. Y. leading foe of the program, has the grand jury asked him to get'certain Miss Greece said, wiping tears .to eight brothers and sisters Johnson has accepted an invitation
Burglary and his wish to become White's appointment will give already offered amendments to information" and frow her eyes. "I didn't believe ,she's seen only two weeks in the
report but details as to his visit
identified with
more closely him control of the various citi- cut the bill by more than $500 > back. :anything so wonderful could last year.
Two youths smashed their the making of foreign policy. zens that are usually million and to revamp foreign I ;happen_ to me." On Sept. 8, Marite will enroll were not yet firm.
stolen car against a tree He is said to feel that both groups aid these and' Warren, who had said the biracial I -
brought .t together for presidential policies. Voting on
stump Friday,, .winding up an his outlook on the world shaped other amendments will start committee was the grand I Ijury's theft 'and burglary spree largely tinder the tutelageof campaigns groups from sometime this week. first order of business,I ii. SHOPSHOPSHOP
labor ethnic and the in- .
groups ,
his late brother and his
raced from 0 ugh ,
: that Fulbright said it is "an impenetrable would not comment on why one _
evitable Democrats for Goldwater -
:. to Gainesville and first hand experience here and
County to was not named or what the "
and Miller.Presumably mystery me whyit
abroad with such problems as $
:back again.Gainesville. "certain information" was. He
is that fears of
: those of Viet Nam, Cuba, the Dean Burch of extravaganceand
Police said the said the panel set no date for
Middle East, Germany and Arizona will continue as Repub-- waste are so overwhelmingly : GAINESVILLE
both 16 old, were reconvening.The
youths, years
: Latin America, give him the lican National Chairman after focused on foregn aid rather
: captured in Hillsbor o ugh necessary qualification. the November elections. than on other more costly pro committee would replaceone ". A Drop off your dry cleaning on _
in blue and white
County"' a from grams." named June 30 by Gov. Farris your way to work at any
sedan stolen Tuesday I He recalled that the Senate Bryant at the height of dem-
Grier Kirkpatrick 1023 SW 'li" of our plants, and pick it up
Police ReportAccident spent three weeks last year in onstrations organized by Dr. !

-- 21st Ave. _"rancorous__ debate"_ over a $3.6 Martin Luther King Jr's Southern I I on home. ____
: In the car were Items taken u your way
billion foreign aid program Christian Leadership Con-
Roundup Friday Sidney Benjamin Miles
; the same date from the home 'and thereafter ference. I
I of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henry 23, of 951 SE 4th St., was arrested "immediately
Involved in accidents reportedby by Gainesville Police and approved a space budget of I 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
SW 21st Ave. Since June 30 have
.1010 Negroes
Gainesville Police Department
the over $5 billion with only
-. Police Chief W. D. Joiner and Alachua CountySheriff's charged with driving while intoxicated debate." staged no street demonstrations.They All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises

:said the youths broke out of a Office in the past 36 driver's, driving license with and an fail-expired "This of course is to' say have tested compliancewith I

"juvenile County, stole home a in car Hillsborough and came hours were: ue to report an accident. i nothing of our annual military and the restaurants.Civil Rights Act at motels 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., Aug. 3, Tues., Aug. 4, Wed., Aug.5
*to Gainesville. Here they Ethel F. Cue, 915 NE 24th St., Hezekiah Roundtree 65, of! budgets of over $50 billion which King_ is due to return to St.\ I -
727 NW 4th Ave. arrestedat have recently been
was approvedwith '
-abandoned the first carr and and a parked auto owned by Al- 'Augustine Monday.
:took Kirkpatrick's. via Baker 829 NE 23rd St., at 11:30 p.m. Friday by Gaines- no more than a few judi-
ville Police in the 700 block of cious queries," he added.
1:43 yesterday in the 1700
headed back to the p.m.
-Tampa They area, and were spotted block of NE 8th Ave. N. Waldo Rd. and charged with Fulbright said the aid pro- Obituaries 2 TROUSERS I

driving while intoxicated. gram is "a normal instrument,
;while attempting another burglary Richard A. Cox Jr. 4028 NW I
Elmer Clayton Swords, 44, of of policy like diplomacy
in Hillsborough County. MRS. E. P. POWELL
13th Ave., and Dollye J. Rid- 2840 SE 21st Ave., was arrested tary power or intelligence. mill-I
2. They fled the site of the bur- 703 SW 9th St. in the 500
gel ,
in the 400
at 1:05 a.m. yesterday The Senate must pass the Funeral services will be held
:glary and tried to evade po- block of SW 4th Ave. at 1:05
block of NW 12th Ter. and authorization measure setting; tomorrow at 10 a.m. for Mrs.

Jice by driving cross-country, p.m. yesterday. charged with physical possession ceilings on economic and military -I Etta Patterson Powell 83, who
hit tree '
\Toiner said. They a 79'
-stump squarely, doing $800 Roland S. Morgan 2911 SE of a motor vehicle assistance abroad before it died Friday at her home following -
and Bernard W. while intoxicated. takes the bill. an extended illness.
worth of damage to Kirkpaick's -19th Ave., up money

car, the chief said. Grimes 103 SE 10th St., at 1300E. Fire Calls i Fulbright reminded the Senate Mrs. Powell who lived at 16

Charges against the youths Univ. Ave. at 9:51 a.m. yes At 4:22: p.m. Friday tree hit. that Johnson's aid budgetwas SW 7th St., 'was born Dec. 8,

:may be filed here or in Hills- terday.C. by lightening at 305 SE 21st St. $1 billion below that offeredby 1880 in Loris, S. C. and had

-borough County, Joiner said. K. Birdsong 2006 NW 13th At 7:57 p.m. Friday, dwellingat the late President John F. been a resident of Gainesvillefor

.... St., Willie W. Dudley 1025 SE 1205 NE 12th St. Kennedy a year ago. 5 years. She was the wid-

8th Ave., and Henry R. Avinger ow of the late Gilbert M. Pow-

: 7. InjuredIn Santa Fe, at NW 3rd Ave. ell.
Bids Low
Wall Firm
and 8th St. at 9:25 p.m. Fri-
Crash Dr. T. V. McCaul will offici- 3 DRESSES

day.Robert ate at services at the Williams-

L. Bonecio, 2307 SW I To Widen 23rd Blvd.TALLAHASSEE Thomas ChapeL Burial will be

: 16th Place, and George A. Belcher -!' in Evergreen Cemetery. _
lAt: 3620 Archer Rd.. at 6:10
p.m. Friday at W. Univ. Ave. The S. M. er job is to pave SR 225 fromto Survivors include two daughters -

: One person was hospitalizedand and North South Drive. Wall Co. of Gainesville is apparent SRS-225 in Louise. The oth- : Mrs. Ruth Miller of i $1 99

six received minor injur- low bidder to convert NW The jobs were among 28 on Gainesville and Mrs. Blanche

"ies yesterday in a two car'I C. C. Thompson 2040 NE 16th 23rd Boulevard to four lane which bids were accepted by; Counts of Monticello- two sisters .
Ter. and Angelette N. "Chera- :
"smashup at the intersection of road from 6th to 13th streets the Road Department.One Mrs. Amanda Chestnut of
Cut-off and U. S.,nile Cameron La., at Newber- Road Wauchula and Mrs. Bess
-the Williston the State Department an- MOY-//
Rd. and 34th St. at 11:13
Putnam is
ry County project of Ft. Lauderdale
:441, the Alachua County Sher- nounced. sey ;
"iff's a.m. Friday. to widen and resurface SR 26 grandchildren and .seven great i
Office reported.
The project was one of two
Deputy Fred Duke reported Garvin B. Combs Jr., 1904 road jobs in Alachua County on from the Alachua County line at grandchildren. I Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with ________

'.William D. Hickman, 41, of NW 36th Dr., and Jane C. Mc- which the State Road Department Melrose to the intersection with Pallbearers are: John CountsJr. 1 you. DON'T FORGET W ..> PRE-SPOT MOTHPROOF evtry garment that _
Winter Haven, was driving Carthy, 1744 NE 21st Way in the opened bids this last SR 100 at Putnam, a distanceof ., William G. Counts Allan

-north on 441 when he hit an 400 block ofV.. Univ. Ave. at week. 5.7 miles. W & M Construction Counts Robert E. Murtagh : we dry clean.

"auto driven by John Henry Par- 12:08 pjn. Friday. Three Putnam County jobs also Co., Inc.. WUliston, was apparently Thomas E. Nicholson and Tom-: Odorless dry cleaning _
-menter 66 of Jacksonville who low bidder at $95,478. Needham. I
were bid. my I FRESH AS A FLOWER _
Orion Leon Cauthen Rt. 1,
off S.R. 121 onto Another job is to widen and !
-was turning Williams Thomas Funeral
owned Wall bid $121,830 to widen the JUST ONE HOUR
and a parked car by .
resurface SR 21 from its inter flEIOURIN
4U Home is in charge.RICHARD _
two lane boulevard in
Marshall 301 NW 8th St. present -
Admitted to Alachua General Neal section with SR 20 west of In- I
NW 8th St. at 9:33 a.m. northwest Gainesville. Four bids
at 301
Hospital in fair condition with terlachen north to the Clay GORDON BBS .
,fractured ribs was Newton L.Baten. Friday. were entered. County line just northeast of i iI I PLANT NO. 2

''. 86, of Jacksonville, a DWI Wall also' was apparent low Melrose. The distance is 7.8 LAKE BUTLER Funeral -the *'
in Parmenter's bidder on a project to pave 14* miles. W & services for Richard Gordon,
passenger car. I After his car was found M was low bidderat In the Gainesville Shopping
miles of state road in the Wal-
Hickman, three passengers In wrecked in a ditch at NW 23rd 127762. 55, who died Wednesday in: Center with Drin.'. Service.

:his car, and two other passen-! Blvd. and 6th St. at 6:53: pjn. do vicinity. The firm's bid of Miami after a brief illness,I 3-hour shirt laundering and one PLANT NO. 3 ______
gers in Parmenter's auto were $345,318 was low among five. The third job is to widen and!!will be held at 3 p.m. today i PLANT 1 hour dry cleaning. 3 j hour shirt laundering ana* 'es j __ _

all treated by hospitals and re' The project is to pave two resurface State Road 100 from in the Dyal Cemetery near: offering a convenient curb see130 N.W. 10th AVE.hour dry clualnl..k. .

leased. I One reason for the shortage ol' state roads connecting Waldo the Clay County line 16.8 miles Raiford. J .. Dry Cleaning and Shirt _ _

Damage was estimated at good family doctors today is and Louise and Louise and Mon- southeast, which would be almost Surviving are his wife,I Service. ...

$800 to Hickman's auto and $450to that 69 per cent 'of U.S. physI- teocha. to Palatka. Ewell Engi- Pearl Miami, and nieces and :
N. Main
Parmenter's. Parmenter was cians now are specialists. The The Waldo Louise project is neering and Contracting Co. of nephews. I 319 N.W13thST.. 316 StreetJ

charged with failure to yield the old-fashioned general practitioner -SR 200A from SR 200 in Waldoto Lakeland was apparent low bid. Wilson and Brannon Funeral '

right of way. is in the minority. S RS-225 in Louise. The oth- der at $49.859 for the work. Home is in charge. I _

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2uw Vl1rk eimru economic reform; others in the domination of a race, nationor

By JAMES RESTON class; yet others in the transformation of the human mind

WASHINGTON The average American voter never hadit through education or psychoanalysis, and others still in the

so good or felt so bad as he does today, and this paradoxis transformation of the heart through religion. .
PvMittMCi PAT Vice 're5FlorIda's now dominating the presidential campaign. SENATOR GOLDWATER has proposed little o f most of
President is him he's in clover and Senator
Johnson telling ,
Wntl It JOHNSON. Viet PratMtotM RALPH these economic, political and human reforms and it is all
Beautiful :. BxKutlv Ktfitor W. O. two I By McGILL I Goldwater is telling him he's in trouble and since both are
Pmltticr rn*. Wlnalag P.bllsla very interesting, but at some .point! the Voter will have to
University City* EkERSOLE VK PrttMttkt aM Ad. Of tk. Atlas Ga.) C..tttatlu true, the poor fellow is naturally confused. be given a road map.
vtrtisin Oirtct; 101 TARTAGUONE Part of the confusion lies in the fact.that the two candidatesare
Vice PrMMMtt *** Crewl! tiTHE .. Mauger. The danger in all the current ideological talk is that it
talking across one another.! Goldwater is talking ideologyand will divert the mind of the country from the practical to the
Who Johnson is talking policy, the President is concentrating
Is theoretical from
what is attainable] to what is merely desir-
SUN'S POLICY on what he thinks is attainable. and the Senator on what able.

; 1. Report the news fully and Impartially!! In the news columns. he thinks is desirable. J So far, Goldwater's policy definitions have been a little

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorial*. IN THIS SITUATION, it might be useful if they got downto like the President's definition of' the qualities he's looking

-... 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. PlayingPolitics the hard questions, not about why the country feels so for in a vice presidential running mate.

The Sun's telephones: All Departments372.8441Want good and so bad at the same time, but what they proposeto JOHNSON TOLD'' the press Thursday he wanted "an at-
do about the Negro demonstrations, the insecurity of the
Ads-376-4672 tractive, prudent, progressive man of the people who could
.. streets, the shortage of jobs the growth and chaos of the handle the duties of the vice presidency and the presidency,

cities, the war in Viet Nam, the disunity of the Alliance, and who was experienced in foreign and domestic affairs, who

? the constant probings of the Communists.It was able to get along with the President the Congress and

is easy enough to demonstrate that these things are a the Cabinet, and capable of being well received in all of the
nuisance and even a menace, but the question the voter has states of the union among all of our people."
Politics and The PressAt Senator Goldwater's attackon to is whether he would like them all
answer not to go away This, of course, is a definition of a saint, and it's no wonder
the antipoverty bill as it but whether the policies proposed by Goldwater are more he later ruled out Bobby Kennedy Shriver, Rusk, Mc-

passed the Senate by a sub- likely to deal with them more effectively than the policies Namara, Freeman and Stevenson. But it was typical of muchof

the Republican convention in there is a very high degree of ob- stantial majority declared the offered by Johnson. the debate so far, for it has dealt not with practicalities
bill politically inspired for an For example, senator Goldwater can easily decry the race but with ideals and
jectivity in the news columns of one day fairly soon, it will have to come
San Francisco the press was criticized election year.Perhaps riots and make a powerful constitutional agreement that the down to reality.

by several speakers, and the most U.S. newspapers today. If reporters race problem should be left to the states, but does anyone
are professionally responsible so. It is an elec- seriously believe that racial tension would be eased if he

criticism obviously pleased many of individuals who are skilled in their tion year. It also is President were free to put his constitutional theories into practice tomorrow =ON THE RlGHTI =

the delegates.The Johnson's first year as Presi- ?
work, they keep their own opinions
dent. But the
on basis of the
out of the news columns. bill's fundamental content, it SIMILARLY, the Senator is undoubtedly right in saying f Race
letters column of The Sun is the Goldwater Republicans that the Western Alliance is disunited, but he cannot pointto I i

is beginning to attract letters from There are motivations for journalists who must bear the indictment a single statesman in the Western world who believes

::readers whose views of the press that may not be understood by of politics. The bill that the Allies would unite behind his policies. And HeatBy .r
was voted on-and passedata Theoretically, he may be right that the Alliance needs a
unfamiliar with the atmo-
range from distrust to downright persons time when slum riots in Man- stronger, bolder anti-Communist policy, and that the Com-

hatred. Some say their favorite sphere of a newsroom. A good reporter hattan and Brooklyn were munists would submit to our pressure if only we had the WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
does not permit himself to in the guts to apply pressure, but the practical fact, which even .
headlines. Those in the "- -
candidates are being badly treatedby become emotionally involved in a riots were largely teenagers his most ardent supporters cannot deny, is that every one The hot summer of race relations wish that he had chosen, In-

newspapers and TV commentators. campaign. Whatever his own politi- and young men in their 20s. of the Allies regards unity of the Alliance and coexistencewith is upon us, and it is stead, to stroll through the

This in itself is not new in an cal views, he is more interested in They were perhaps totally un the Communists as inseparable.The timely"to consider- How are social bogs of Mississippi.Of .
situation would be happier if Goldwater seemed as devoted the politicians btl av- course, the Commies are
election year. In 1948 Harry Tru- practicing his professional skill as employed. They r e present to the North Atlantic Alliance as he is determined to ing? There are several developments there, and of course they

man complained bitterly about the a journalist than he is in electing a those" classified as "drop- weaken and dismember the Communist world, but he is proposing of interest. are doing their malevolentworst.
"One Party" Republican press, and candidate. He knows that, within outs, "slow learners, the policies which most students of world affairs feel The first is the growing It behooves us to iden-

Adlai Stevenson repeated the chargein the profession, fairness and objec- unskilled and the delinquent.A would break up the Alliance and maybe even unify the di- consensus among political fig- tify their prescence and then

1952 and 1956. Their vided Chinese and Soviet Communists.AN ures that the most conspicuous quickly to resist the temptation -
supporters tivity are the standards by whichhe MAJOR feature of the an-
accused, the newspapers of slantingthe will be judged. ti-poverty bill is to establish ELECTION IS, or should be, not merely a review of riots are being led by"leftist" to suppose that; just be-

news to further their editorial work and educational camps the objectives of policy. Like the statesmen and prophets of By leftist cause they are than, it Is safeto

for the unemployed. These old, from Isaiah even to Karl Marx, they look forward to they seem mean although conclude that the Negroesdo
policy. they have not, most of them,
And have
perceptive newspapermenknow not legitimate griev-
projects will begin to take the golden age when there will be peace and prosperity,
too, that in the long run the the teen-agers and young liberty, justice and brotherly love. spoken very exactly, for- ances.WHETHERTHESE.

The same accusations are heard public judges by the same standards.A men off the streets. The "About the ideal goal of human effort," Aldous Huxley ces led either by Communists are
but at the moment wrote "there exists in civilization and for or by anarchists of the grievances which (as the Dem-
now, they come newspaper that consistently pub- youth camps will be established years ago, our Nechaez
variety, those who
ocrats tend to conclude
from the other end of the political lishes biased or dishonest news will only where the states request nearly 30 centuries there has existed, very general agree- feel the "anarchic passion to be redressed ) can
by acts
and ment. Not so with regard to the roads which lead to that flashy
spectrum, which is to say, from not' and edu- consent.A smash." of
long satisfy intelligent Congress; or whether they
beginning must be made.Is goal. Here unanimity and certainty give place to utter con-
Goldwater Republicans cated readers. the fusion, to the clash of contradictory opinions, dogmaticallyheld SEVERAL YEARS ago a are grievances which (as
need present? Is it not,
and acted upon with the violence of fanaticism." number of cautious commentators Senator Goldwater and many
in fact
Criticism of the press, assumingthat Most of the criticism coming at acutely? presentand Who Some men have seen the solution to the world's ills in (me, for instance) s u g- Republicans tend to believe)
long neglected ,
can only be redressed
gested that part of the lead- by
it is responsible, should be wel- the moment from Goldwater sup- then is playing politics? What, ership of the civil rights great shifts in the moral perspective

comed by editors because it helps porters is directed at columnists, be- then, has inspired the plan? MAULDIN movement was being yieldedinto of the people is the

them evaluate their performance. No cause several widely known column- How is local government interfered the hands of revolution- principal question to argue.

newspaper task is more difficult ists have expressed their disagree- with? To call this aries. But those who said that Meanwhile, the worst enemyof
most critical need "politics"is then were roundly denounced thought is the demagoguewho
than reporting or commenting on a ment with Senator Goldwater in
to deceive and falsify. seek- seeks to opportunize
as McCarthyites, as poli-
hard-fought political campaign.The forceful terms. The function of a Should we wait another ing to impugn the motives of tically oh the strife of the

columnist is to express opinions. year or so? We have watched clean minded idealists. It present situation.

Sun is not a partisan to either the opinions are clearly identifiedas the American slums 1 w was only a few months ago Which brings me to the Hon

party. We do have opinions about opinions and if space is providedfor change with dismaying swift- that a credited spokesmanfrom orable Hubert Humphrey, Sen-

issues and candidates, and we' 'ex- differing opinions, this com- ness since about 1945.. We the ranks of Modera- ator from Minnesota. Mr.
have done nothing. We have tion, Mr. Joseph Alsop, reiter- Humphrey said in a public
them in these columns. Our
press ment serves a useful purpose. sat by as the slums grew ated what others had been speech early last week thatn

function, as we see it, is two-fold: and festered. We saw them saying-that the Commies had his party stood sublimely untouched -

'first, to report the news about the The very essence of the demo- become preserves of wretch- got their foot in the door. by the guilt that attaches -

major candidates as clearly and as cratic process is that opinion be edness and potential violence. Now it is becoming a com- to guess who. Thundered

completely as our resources and our freely and forcefully expressed and Ten years ago social workers monplace. Such Establishment he: "If we had been

skills permit and second to providea and sociologists began to pre- regulars as Governor Rocke- asked to denounce such extremists
; that issues be vigorously debated T.
as the Ku Klux
dict violence. feller and Mayor Wagner are
forum where the issues and candi- so that intelligent and reasonable saying the same thing; and Klan, would WE have faltered -

dates may be discussed.We conclusions may ultimately be reach SEVEN YEARS ago an Episcopal 1s. on their heels even the formal ?" The indication was clear,

ed. layman, a young man leadership of the civil rights that Senator Goldwater, at

contribute to that discussionby just out of Harvard Law movement are having to face San Francisco, refused to denounce -

expressing our own views in these During this campaign we expectto school, moved into one ofHarlem's the problem-Martin Luther whereas the Ku Klux Klan,
big, brave honorable
King, Bayard Rustin, even
editorial columns. We also print the print many points of view on stinking slum rooms James Farmer. Meanwhile i Hubert Humphrey feelsno

views of various commentators, and this page. We do not expect to and began to practice law such cities as Rochester, New reluctance to do so.
and He too said
Christianity. ,
-we print the views of our readers, please all of our readers all of the the violent would York, which are not governed The obvious retort is that

with particular attention to those time, either with our news columnsor come to the leadership top because nothing by white Southerners, nor the Ku Klux Klan has oper-
ated for 75 in almost
influenced by them are under years
who disagree with us. our editorial opinions. Obviouslythe was being done to sup
i a state, de facto, or mar- exclusively Democratic terri-
news will not always be palatableto port the moderate. He pointed tial law, and any man who tory. He might bear in mind

We are sometimes criticized for both Democrats and Republicans, out that the late teens ventures there in search of that the typical member of

of fact in and early 20s are years of life well the KKK would as soon break
errors or judgment our and in the emotion of a campaign, -- a peaceful might
the most explosive physical.emotional' ...,.swv..a. bread with a Jew
columns -- marry
news and it would be fool- some readers don't want impartiality
and psychologic Catholic, or drink tea with
ish to contend that a newspapernever ; they want favoritism for their DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS a
peaks. Yet, he daily saw thousands Negro, as vote for the Republican
makes such mistakes. Reporters man. of young people packed Party. If Hubert Humph..

and editors are no more immune in his area of community rey wants badly to be holier

from error than lawyers or However if voters are to vote life who knew only the tough The Negro and Civil Peacehave than we, he might start a

any other professional workers, and wisely they need all of the factual tutoring of the streets and movement to deny his Southern -
colleagues the franchise
they have the added hazard of working information they can absorb, and ugly ing harshness environment of life.of unrelent- By WALTER UPPMANN With this in mind, we must a case of pushing on the of his Party. Senator Humph-

under the pressure of daily dead- they need interpretation, back- What have we done in the The raw edge of the Ne- choose between the two courses safety valve and tying it rey's disastrous approach is

lines. ground, debate and discussion. We 20 years when the slums gro riots in Harlem and in of action which are now down. precisely what Senator Gold-

will provide the factual informationto changed with frightening other northern cities is that open to use. One is to stampout TO STOP the protests and water wishes to avoid, namely -

.* A more common criticism, however the best of our ability, in our speed and implications? the recognized Negro lead- the disorders when they to shut off real hope of a summer election con
is that Yet Goldwater Republicans ers lost control of the mobs. appear, using the local police redressing the grievances: is test based on all the rest who-
fail to
newspapers keep news columns. We will provide a say. with slum explosions in For some time close observers and if necessary the national -'' a recipe for disorder. If the lke-the-KKK best Gold-

.the news columns objective. No one variety of discussion on our editor- their ears, that to initiate the of the mounting Negro guard and the federal legitimate grievances of the water or Johnson.

"achieves perfection, and we claim ial pages. ,lAnd we. :welcome com- first step is "politics" protest have been watching army; the rest of the problem Negroes cannot be dealt with SENATOR IIU MPHREY,

.none for newspapermen, but we think ment from our readers. only "politics for a political apprehensively for this devel- ] is to be left to the states. by open and non-violent demonstrations who poses as a member of the

opment. They have feared the and propaganda, a American Responsibles, has
a )'ear. dread moment when THE OTHER COURSE is condition will be created for set a dangerous theme for
Nor is this all. young
bad- to stamp on the disorders clandestine and violent crimeinality. future discussions. If, after implying
Negroes, unemployed or
wherever they break out
c POTOMAC FEVER FEW DAYS ly employed, uneducated and that Senator Goldwater
A th.eUnited
ago would break and at the same time to try The alternative course is to and the Republicans who
Mine Workers of America desperate, away at all levels of
the disorders and to desire his victory in
from the preaching of nonviolence police redress are some
.. turned over the last five redress the grievances the grievances. The allied to the Ku Klux
By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington BureauS and go on a rampageof way
of its hospitals to Appalachian which are the causes of the
hatred and destruction. rioting is intolerable and can- Klan, Mr. Humphrey actually -
Regional Hospitals" a disorders.The not be tolerated. But for an' believes he is going to contain -
There's a new octopus in the government.aquarium in Washington but he nonprofit corporation. The union THIS BREAKING loose from first course is that of increasing number of Ne- the hot summer ahead of

doesn't seem to be catching on. Still squirts only black ink. formerly had 10 hospitals the recognized leaders is a the Republican Party since it groes their grievances are intolerable us, then his political Judgment -
in three states. critical and ominous event, was taken over in San Fran- and will not be en- is wrong. If he believes,

-- The explanation is that un- and civil peace in this country cisco. As a national party it dured very much longer. The as is more likely, that be is

Senator Goldwater says he won't start campaigning until Labor Day. ion membership has been so depends on whether the is, like all the rest of us, opposed essential point is to, prove to. merely engaged in scoring political -

That's normal. Most department stores plan their white elephant sales then. reduced by automation that breach between the young to Negro disorders, andit the large mass of peaceable points for his side, then
the hospitals cannot be maintained Negroes and the older veteran is in favor of the use of Negroes that there is light at his sense of political morality
-- by the union. leaders can be healed.It police forces at all' levels of the end of the tunnel, that is wrong.

Barry's moving fast to promote party unity. He's got a secret weapon if Behind that is a human is essential to begin by government to stamp out the same public authority One wonders, why does a

you don't sro along with him he'll come into your district and campaign for stcry. There is so much hum- realizing clearly the basic dif- these disorders. But as a na- which enforces law and orderis man yield to such errant demagogy -
the American
between tional it is
ference party DO longer
an misery, poverty and daily also committed to reform. ? One answers: Because -
;you. wretchedness" in the coal Negro protest and almost an interested in the redress of THIS IS THE WAY to restore lapses into demagogy,
friends that African movements abroad.It the grievances at the national the broken communications if one speaks from his side
to see it is to be-
is that the American Negroes level and 1- consider between the recognized of the political fence, larg-
President Johnson plans to campaign bread-and ksues and if come deeply depressed. .
on batter
are not agitating for a ing Gov. George Wallace non-revolutionary and nonviolent ely unpunished. How many
he into jam he'll try to figure some to that too. These are Americans. Is it"political" I
gets a way use to new social order, but for ad- at no leveL Negro leaders and the' people win decry the Sena ,
produce plansto
-- mission to the social order Leaving out all considera- minorities of desperate young tor's irresponsibility Not
alleviate this misery?
which now exists. tions of liberty and Justice as men. The Negro communitymust enough to stir his conscience.Will .
: LBJ ha. a new campaign technique. He's going to stay in the White House The states cannot do it This could change. If the they ,apply to Negroes, the be enabled to believe anyone rise on the

tending strictly to the nation's basin ess and shaking. 10,000 hands a day Goldwater Republicans apparently established Negro leadershipis Goldwater policy opens up that the public authorities are floor of the Democratic Convention -

through the .\H.", prefer that we shouldlet pushed aside and the des- the prospect of endless, dis- their hope and not their to suggest the repud-

things remain as they are perate young crowds fear noth- order. For taking Sen. Bar- enemy. In this most concrete iation of such extremist rhe-
lest states rights and freedom ing because they have noth- ry Goldwater'sate on the sense, civil peace in the toric as that of the Imperial

Castro says he'll get tough if our Marines at Guantanamo annoy his sen be jeopardized by a cen- ing to lose, the Negro move- civil rights act, the Republican United States depends on the Wizard, the head of the John

tries. He's in a strong position he can always turn the water back on and tral government. ment could become the prey platform and the alliance cooperation of the Negro Birch Society, and Senator

drown 1M oat.j Who is playing -"politics" of guerrilla agitators. with the aeuUura ndfts, wt immunity. __ Hubert Humphrey


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4A GainesvUla Sun Sunday August 2, 1964 .
t .
A LANDMARKBible ing a brief illness, will be conducted -

COLORED NEWSB. v {.:; ',. (,::1t.i .Thought "The word. today at 3 p. m. from
&" {& of God is alive and active. It the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church

; cuts more keenly than any with the Rev. H. C. Hicks of
F. Childs Colored News Editor ;h ,
two edged sword piercing
t, as ficiating. Interment will followin
, /'M..0.. .. far as the place where life and the Gil Gal
Qatitczuf1k. inn SUMMER SCHOOL LHS RECEIVES DEGREE 'QF;: ( < Cemetery.Mr. .
,; spirit joints and di-
James is
July 24 terminated the fourth Miss Rosa DeBose, (above) a '. survived by
,,: vide. It sifts the and
k purposes
his wife
Summer Session at Lincoln ; Mrs. Mary James of
graduate of < ::41
: / thoughts of the heart. (Hebrews
yed xw Johnson
5 M seven children Mrs.
School with ,
High a general as Lincoln High ... ." 4:12. NEB.)
sembly and commencement for School, Gaines- Irene Lewis of Newport News,

four students. ville, has com- SLATES MEETINGThe Va., Mrs. Mercie Lee Flowersof
JOHN H. HARRISON President end
rvMlhr. PAT COWLES, Vic. Prasttnf Since June 15, the 167 students pleted her ok City -' wide MissionaryBand Jacksonville, Mrs. Elizabeth

Florida's Beautiful Ed JOHNSON, Vie* PretMtat enrolled in English levels studies at Vol- will hold its meeting at Campbell of Edgar, Mrs. Alta

and Executive KditM-j W. C. (sat) 1,2, 3 and 4. General math usia Community the Bell's Nursery School on mese James of FL Lauradale,

University City t EBERSOLE Director Vice BOB President TARTAGUONE end Advertlsinfl -, ematics and driver ...educationwere College at Monday at 4:30 p. m. Charlie H. James of Edgar

Vice President sad ClrcvteUea Manager. engaged in. 1 Daytona Beach Edward S. James of Edgar,

The summer faculty was as and received a SPECIAL NOTICE, Willie R. James U. S. Army,

THE SUN'S POLICY follows: Assistant Principal J. : ,'1' :J i degree in Bus- The 5th Sunday, Ministers, three sisters, Mrs. Hollie Scallof

.: C. Rawls, English 1 and 2; ,.:__. :.;..w_,. iness Educationand 'Deacons, Laymen's and Wom Homestead, Mrs. Daisy

: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Mrs. Gladys D. Aldexander, Music. She is also certi- en's Auxiliary will meet at the Wheller of Jacksonville, Mrs.

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials. English, 2, 3, and 4; :Mrs. JanieH. fied in Elementary Education.She ,ML Olive Primitive Baptist Lucindia Foster of Deland, two
3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. Church.
is the of Mrs.
I Norton, English, 2, 3, and 4; daughter brothers, Robert Mays of
-f Altemese Johnson of 810 N. W. BISHOP HATCHERAT : The union contestants are: .
The Sun's All Departments 372-8441 Homestead, Wilson James of
telephones: John Dukes, Jr., general math-
6th Avenue. BETHEL Lewis C. Williams and
::: :. Want Ads-376-4672 ematics; N. B. Rivers, general i Essie Camps. Williston, 20 grandchildren,
:. mathematics Julius V. Har Bishop Eugene C. Hatcher, I other relatives and friends.
The public is invited at-
I to
presiding prelate of the Eleventh
per, drivers' education; and tend. The family and friends are
." '. Principal Nealy conducted the TALLAHASSEE "Education's -; Episcopal District and chair- to meet at the home of Mr.
.. Crucial Role" is the title
summer session as a third tri- of the address which Dr. man of the Board of Management MISSION SCHOOL CLOSES James at 2:15 p. m. to form the

Politics and The PressAt semester to the public school so Jerome H. Holland, presidentof of Edward Waters Col- The Mission School which be- cortege to the Church. The

that the students would keep Hampton Institute ege, will be the speaker at gan July 26 at the Bethune-. pallbearers are: L. J. Scott,
the proper perspective of its Va., will deliver at the Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church, Cookman College at Daytona Joseph Williams, Eddie Martin,
purpose in mind. summer commencement of. Gainesville, August 9, at 11 a. Beach came to a close on July' Earl Williams, Herman Brown,

the Republican convention in there is a very high degree of objectivity Junior High Assistant Principal -' Florida A & M University, m. 31.The Edwin Gordon, Burnis Brown.

San Francisco the press was criticized in the news columns of ; Caffey was commencement scheduled for 6 pjn. Friday, Bishop Hatcher, seventy- members of the Women's Hughes & Chestnut Funderal

by several speakers, and the most U.S. newspapers today. If reporters 'peaker. His presentation was August 7, in the New Bragg third bishop of the church anda Society Guild of Christian Service' Home in charge.

are professionally responsible on "The Role of Education Today Stadium. native of Alabama was train- Methodist Church Florida DALTON WATSON

criticism obviously pleased many of individuals who are skilled in their and Tomorrow." He ma.declear The Friday evening com ed at A and T. College, Greens- Conference were in at-:
tandance. I Final rites for Dalton Wat-
the delegates.The work their to the assembly that: mencement program will con- boro, N. C.; Daniel Payne College -
they keep opinionsout
own former resident of Ala
son, a
clude a round of acti-
"There is no time for complaining Birmingham, Ala; and INSTALLATION SERVICES I
of the news columns. chua, who died July 29 in Jack-
vities for the 152 sched-
; for you will be living in a persons Edward Waters College. Hon- The pastor's installation
letters column of The Sun ser-
uled to receive sonville following a brief ill-
unified America where men will degrees during orary degrees have been con- vices at the Shady Grove Primitive
is 'beginning to attract letters from the summer commencement.The ness, will be conducted todayat
There motivations for journalists be their ferred him
are judged by qualifica- on by ShorterFlipper Baptist Church will begin
Commencement 5 m. from the St. Matthew
readers whose views of the press that may not be understood by tions alone without stigma." dar Calen- Curry College, Morris August 3 through August 7. p.
of Events includes Church with the Rev.
: the Baptist
He further admonished the students Brown College Wilberforce
range from distrust to downright persons unfamiliar with the atmo- President's Chat with Seniors, COMMUNITY BIBLE CLUB George W. Haile and Rev. Mil

hatred. Some say their favorite sphere of a newsroom. A good .reporter of personal preparednessin 10 a.m. Thursday, August 6, in University, and Nasson Col The Community Bible Club ton officiating. Interment will
the words of Abe Lincoln Hatcher
: lege. Bishop was or-
does not permit himself to Charles Winter Wood Theatre; will meet at the home of Mrs. follow in the St. Matthew Ceme-
candidates being badly treatedby reminding ourselves to dained an elder in Mt. Zion
are "Keep Annie
and Mitchell
President and Mrs. Gore'sReception of 224 B" N. W.
newspapers and TV commentators. emotionally involved in a study and get ready, for surly for Seniors, their Re- AME Church, Jacksonville. He 4th Place, today at 3 p. m. tery.Mr.. Watson is survived by

campaign. Whatever his own political my time will come." latives, the Alumni, the Faculty was elevated to the episcopacy The topic to be discussed is his mother Mrs. Rebecca Wallace -
This in itself is not new in an views, he is more interested in Mary Alice Perry, English and Friends 7:30 p.m. from the editorship of the "Fellowship," and his, stepfather, Hay-

election year. In 1948 Harry Tru- practicing his professional skill as III, expressed to the assemblythe Thursday, at Sunshine Manor, Southern Christian Recorder at All interested ladies are in- ward Wallace both of Alachua;

than he is in uniqueness of summer the presidential residence.The the Chicago General Confer- vited.
man complained bitterly about the a journalist electing a one brother, Henry Watson of
school and how she had ence of 1952.Bishop .
enjoyed -
"One Party" Republican press, and candidate. He knows that, within commencement speaker, MUSICAL PROGRAMThe Newwark N. J., one sister,
it and profited by it. who has served as president of Hatcher has distin-
Adlai Stevenson repeated the chargein the profession, fairness and objec- I City wide Chorus will Mrs. Oveter Dent of Chicago,
Bennett student Hampton Institute since
Cathy a visiting 1960, guished record as a minister. He
1952 and 1956. Their supporters tivity are the standards by whichhe also present a musical program today Ill., two aunts, Mrs. Dina
for the summer, from Allen was president of Delaware has served on the program of
accused the newspapers of slantingthe will be judged. High School, Ashville, N, C., State College, Dover, Del., from the World Methodist Conferencein Port at Baptist 8 p. m.Church at the East behalf New Brown, Mrs. Letha Decourseyboth
: on of Alachua.
news to further their editorial was presented by her in- 1953 to 1960. Oslo, Norway.. His episcopal of the Religious Choirs' Union.i
The family and friends are to
And structor, Mrs. Alexander, to ad- A noted football star during supervision included the Four- I
policy. perceptive
newspapermenknow the home of Mrs. Wallace
his meet at
dress the assembly and give undergraduate years at, teenth District, West Africa ANNIVERSARY
too, that in the long run the Cornell at 4:15 m. to form the
them the advantage of her ex- University, Ith Thirteenth District, Kentuckyand I The 20th anniversary of the p.
The same accusations are heard public judges by the same standards.A perience. Cathy compared Allen aca, N. Y., where he was nam- Tennessee; and most recently Pallbearers' Lodge No. 134 of cortege to the church.

now, but at the moment they come newspaper that consistently pub- High to Lincoln High in ed "All American end" in 1937- the Third District, West Gainesville, will be held at the Hughes & Chestnut Funeral

from the other end of the political lishes biased or dishonest news will terms of values and opportunities. 38, Dr. Holland has the B. Sand Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Oak Grove Baptist Church on Home in charge.

spectrum, which is to say, from not long satisfy intelligent and educated Great emphasis was plac- Ithaca M.N.S.Y.degrees from the Virginia. Hatcher Hall of Mon- August 2 at 3 p. m. Solomon HAMPTON C. WILLIAMS
school. He earn-' Graham, president; Mrs. C. W.
Goldwater Republicans. readers. ed on values and working with ed the Ph. D., with a major' rovia College, West Africa, the Wright, reporter. Hampton C. Williams, of 736
some goal and purpose in mindto in Charles Hill Gymnasium of Wil died
sociology, from the Univer- N. W. 3rd Street, Friday

Criticism of the press, assumingthat Most of the criticism coming at achieve, to grow purposely, sity of Pennsylvania.Dr. berforce University, and num- REVIVAL MEETINGS July 31 at the Arms of Mercy
to rate, to become. The most churches monumentsto Revival Meetings will beginat
erous are
it is responsible, should be wel- the moment from Goldwater Holland, who served as Nursing Home in Jacksonville,
sup- salient point made to was "The an instructor in sociology and his forte as a builder. the Mt. Olive Primitive following a lingering illness.

comed by editors because it helps porters is directed at columnists, be- number of years it takes to physical education and as as- Bishop Hatcher comes fo Florida Baptist Church with Rev. H. Mr. Williams is a retired school

them evaluate their performance. No cause several widely known column- complete high school or earn a sistant coach at Lincoln Uni- with his first major con- Kinsey, pastor, August 3 teacher who taught in Alachua

newspaper task is more difficult ists have expressed their disagree- degree is not important, but versity, Lincoln, Pa., was a cern being the building of a through August 14. County for a great number of

than reporting or commenting on a ment with Senator Goldwater in rather your: capability of performance director of personnel at the new gymnasium and a new au- The Rev. W. D. Dent, of years.

once you have." Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock ditorium which will seat 250- Stateboro, Ga., will conduct the will
hard-fought political campaign.The forceful terms. The function of a Funderal arrangements
columnist is to opinions. If Dukes presented Leroy Nat- Company, Chester Pa., during 000, at Edward Waters College, meetings.The be announced by Houghes &
express is invited.
tiel, Levon Epps, Izell Cason World War II, 19421946. He public
These plans were Chestnut Funeral Home.
Sun is not a partisan to either the opinions are clearly identifiedas
and Woodrow Jones to Princi- served as director of the divi- made at the 1964 commence- BROOKER NEWS ,
party. We do have opinions about opinions and if space is providedfor pal Nealy as candidates for di- sion of political and social sci- ment exercises. Ailing At Home MRS. LIZZIE SMITH

issues and candidates, and we ex-' differing opinions, this comment plomas. Nattiel and Epps also ences and end coach of foot- Bishop Hatcher is a memberof Elzie McGinnis is ailing at Funeral services for Mrs. LIz-

press them in these columns. Our serves a useful purpose. received class rings. ball at Tennessee A&I State Phi Beta Sigma Fraternityand his home. Friends are asked to zie Smith, of 102 S. E. 10th Ave.,
The graduates received their University, Nashville, from visit him. will be held at the Greater
function, as we see it, is two-fold: 1947-1951. a life member of the
diplomas with much gratitudeto Undergoes SurgeryMrs. Bethel A. M. E. Church Mon-
first, to report the news about the The very essence of the demo- While working for his doc- NAACP.
the faculty and the principalfor Lillie Mae Banks, who day at 2:30: p. m. with Rev. W.
major candidates as clearly and as cratic process is that opinion be their guidance. torate, during the years 1951- The featured soloist for this underwent surgery in the Ala S. White officiating. Intermentwill

completely as our resources and our freely and forcefully expressed and 53, he also served as social re- service will be Morris Allen. chua General Hospital was re- follow in the Shiloh Ceme-
"HYMN FESTIVAL" SET search consultant for the Pew Music for the service will be
skills permit; and second, to providea that issues be vigorously debatedso ported as doing fine. Mrs. Nellie tery at Archer.
The members of the Paradise Memorial Foundation in Phila- furnished by choir No. 2. Rev.,
forum where the issues and candi- that intelligent and reasonable Moore, reporter. Relatives are to meet at the
Methodist Church, Alachua will delphia. Walter S. White, pastor; Mrs.
dates be discussed.We conclusions ultimately be reached. residence at 1:45 p. m. to form
may may "- '' -' '-"
present a "Hymn Festival"Sunday .' .. .. : >t Altamese Wingate, reporter.
August 2, at 5 p. m. :>, ....-.? .. < .: Mrs. N. A. Jackson, who is the procession to the church.

contribute to that discussionby conducted by J. C. Rawls, as- ,r ; .",..:. r X': ;,'t:'t: BIBLE SCHOOL SUCCESSFULThe a patient in the Alachua General Duncan Brothers, morticians,

4PI < 'n joint Vacation Bible Hospital, wishes to thank are in charge.
expressing our own views in these During this campaign we expectto sistant principal of Lincoln
School held at the Mt. Moriah her friends for their
High School, organist of Fri- many get- JOE DIXON
editorial columns. We also print the print many points of view on Church Johnson
Baptist by well cards donations visits
endship Baptist Church, and i Joe Dixon of 1246 S. E. 4th
views of various commentators and this We do not to ,
page. expect Chapel and Mt Moriah Baptist and Mrs. H. N. Jack-
president of the senior choir of iI prayers. Place died in the Alachua Gen
we print the views of our readers, please all of our readers all of the ML Pleasant Methodist Church. I Churches began July 13 and son; Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson, eral Hospital, after a lingering

with particular attention to those time, either with our news columnsor The festival is being sponsored terminated successfully recent- reporter. illness on Thursday.

who disagree with us. our editorial opinions. Obviouslythe by 10 captains of Paradise 3j ly.The Duncan Brothers, morticians,

news will not always be palatableto Methodist Church, who have' j i yki theme of the school was ObituariesROBERT will announce funeral arrangements
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"God, My Country and I. Hav-
We are sometimes criticized for both Democrats and Republicans, been appointed by the pastor, i four Bible classes the
ing ,
errors of fact or judgment in our and in the emotion of .a campaign, Rev. J. D. Johnson, to raise school was in session for one JACKSON later.MRS.. EtiLMAROUNDTREE
in the interest of the t
news columns, and it would be fool- some readers don't want impartiality money week. Final rites for Robert Jackson HAILE
church The captains follows -
are as
ish to contend that a newspaper ; they want favoritism for their : Mrs. Emma Warner The teachers were as follows: of Newberry, who died July Mrs. Emma Roundtree-Haik,

never makes such mistakes. Reporters man. Mrs. Eunyta Summons, Mrs. C., Miss Thereatha Murray, primary 21 at the Alachua General Hos- of 327 N. W. 8th St., died in the

im- Mrs. Catherine Wilcox,, pital following a lingering ill Alachua General Hospital aftera
and editors are no more Etta Jackson Mrs. Jean
kindergarten; Mrs. Lizzie ness, will be conducted todayat lingering illness on Thursday.She .
from than However if voters to vote Brown Mrs. Ida Lewis Mrs.
mune error lawyers or are John 1 from the St. Paul
Klerbley, intermediate; p. m. was a member of the
any other professional workers, and wisely they need all of the factual Amelia Gardner, Miss Marian Turner, junior; Miss Andrea Baptist Church with the Rev. Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church.

they have the added hazard of work- information they can absorb, and Burgess, Mrs. Georgia Ann Wil- PSYCHOLOGIST TALKS Jeter, art; and Miss Barbara M. M. Smith officiating. Inter- Duncan Brothers, morticians,

ing under the pressure of daily dead- they need interpretation, back- liams ham ,and Mrs.Mrs.Rheta Thelma Winnling-Welch. Mrs.School Susie Mae White, Coun- Brooks, music. Miss W. D. Fox- ment will follow in the New- will announce funeral arrange-
ty Psychologist above
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worth Miss Johnnie M. Head
berry Cemetery.Mr. .
lines. grotind, debate and discussion. We There will be others was the speaker at the First ments later.
appear- Josephine
Miss Lizzie Fleming, Mrs. Jackson is survived by
will provide the factual informationto ing in the program as well as Baptist Church at St. Augustineon Peterson and Miss his wife Mrs. Louise Jackson of

A more common criticism, how- the best of our ability in our a guest soloist July 26 at 11 a. m. She Betty Cunningham were assist- Newberry, other relatives and DisappearanceOf

ever, is that newspapers fail to keep news columns. We will provide a The public is invited. spoke from the theme: "The ant teachers. friends.
Courage of Christian I.
the news columns objective. No one variety of discussion on our editor- SPECIAL NOTICE Crisis." Mrs. White Women in Mrs. Martie Middleton, Mrs. The family and friends are to Defector
a also at-
achieves perfection, and we claim ial pages. And we welcome com- This is to inform that the City tended the Fourth Annual House Dickerson Callie Brooks and, Rev.Mrs.L.Jeanette A. Till- 'meet at the home of Mrs. Fannie -' Angers Officials,

none for newspapermen, but we think ment from our readers. Pool at Lincoln will be closedon Party sponsored by the Wom- wish to thank all McCrae in Newberry at I

Monday, August 3, for re- an's Missionary Pad Educational who man, their services persons toward 12:15 p. m. to form the cortege BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP)

pairs which are to be made by Convention on July 28-30 at the school's gave success. to the church. The U.s. Embassy and the

the Buildings and Grounds De- Florida Memorial College. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral Burundi government have ex-

POTOMAC, FEVERBy partment.It SOCIETY NOTICE Home in charge. changed angry words over the

is anticipated that the pool THE BIG QUESTIONCan The Home Mission Society of LEONA PATTERSONFinal disappearance of a Red Chinese

will resume its activities as we build a 1,000, mem- the First Baptist Church will MRS. diplomat who took haven in the

JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington BureauThere' scheduled on Tuesday, August' ber committee in 1964? The meet at the home of Mrs. Viola rites for Mrs. Leona embassy.The .

4, if no other problem arises. Woman's Missionary and Edu- Peoples, of 537 S.W. 7th Patterson of Archer, who died diplomat, Tung Chi-ping,

Harold Acosta, Supervisor of cational Convention, Auxiliaryto Place, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. 'July 23 at her home followinga defected May 25, the day after
a new octopus in the government aquarium Washington, but he Recreation. the General Baptist Conven Visitors are welcome. Rev. lingering illness, will be con- he arrived in.the capital of this

doesn't seem to be catching on. Still squirts only black ink. tion of Florida, Inc., is seek- W. A. Miles, pastor Mrs. Bessie ducted today at 3 p. m. from impoverished little African na-

-- ARCHER NEWS ing to find 1,000 persons who M. Johnson, reporter. the Church of God in Christ in ion. He turned up at the U.S.

Final Week of Revival believe in supporting with their Archer with the Elder Willie Embassy in a taxi cab, wearing

Senator Goldwater says he won't start campaigning until Labor Day. The St. Peter Baptist Churchis finances and interest the program CARD OF THANKS Days and Elder Smith officiat tennis shoes and a white undershirt

That's normal. Most department stores plan their white elephant sales then. in its final week of the revival of Christian Educationin The family of the late Miss ing. Interment will follow in the and asked for asylum.

meeting.The our college.We Theora Issac wish to express Shilo Cemetery. I Tung, 24, said he wanted to go
-- public in invited. Rev. C. believe that this number appreciation to the many Mrs. Patterson is survivedby to the United States. He was

Barry's moving fast to promote party unity. He's got a secret weaponifyou Henderson, pastor; Mrs. Katie of people can be found who friends for their acts of hoursof kind- her husband, George Patter- given refuge and assigned a

don't go along with him, he'll come into your district and campaign for Nattiel, reporter. love to give, who believe in ness shown during our son of Archer, one sister, Mrs. room in the embassy. But he

you. the role a Christian youthcan bereavement. The Family. Alberta Mays of Vero Beach, vanished from the building

PERSONALSMiss play in our society if given -INSPIRATIONAL PROGRAM one brother Ben Wright, other Wednesday.
-- Inez Brown and daughter the proper guidance and The Friendship Choirs' Un- relatives and friends.

President Johnson plans to campaign'on bread-and-butter issues, and if Donna Brown, of Delray training. .. ion will render its monthly In- The family and friends are to Costly SmokeSAN

he gets into a jam he'll try to figure some way to use that too. Beach, arrived here several To this end we prayfully ask spirational program at Greater' meet at the home of Mrs. Pat- FRANCISCO (AP) A

days ago visiting with relativesand you who read this article to Bethel A. M. E. Church, Wednesday terson at 2:15 p. m. to form the cigarette left burning in a sixth

-- friends. They also visited give or raise within 12 months, August 5, at 8 p. m. cortege to the church. Door room probably started an

LBJ has a new campaign technique. He's going to stay in the White House, Miss..Theda Williams at Pensa- $100 to be placed in endow- featuring a literary and musi Hughes Chestnut Funeral estimated $75,000 fire in the Sir

tending strictly to the nation's business and shaking 10,000 hands a day cola. ment, the income from which cal program. Home in charge. Francis Drake Hotel, Fire Chief

through the fence. NOTICE will go to the scholarship fund SPECIAL NOTICE ,William Murray said.

There will be a program on for worthy students at Florida The Deacons' and 'Ushers CHARLIE J. JAMES More than 110 firemen from

-- behalf of the Religious Choirs' Memorial College, SL Augus- Club will meet at the homeof Final rites for Charlie J. 2t companies confined the

Castro says he'll get tough if our Marines at Guantanamo annoy his sen Union at the East Newport Baptist -contact tine. For Mrs.further Susie information Mae Whiteor Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maddox, James of Johnson, who died blaze to three rooms Thursday.

tries. He's in a strong position he can always turn the water back on and Church August, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Sarah Ivory. today at 5 p.m. Mrs. F. D. July 27 at the Putnam Memorial I Seven persons suffered smoInhalation.

drown ife outs Tom Robinson, prttidenL Shannon, reporter. v Hospital in Palatka follow-,I f'i
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There was one too many
The W Leaguers took com- r '
"downs" in the game for the
mand jiterday in the Flori- T u,I a North last night and the South

da Hig' School All-Star basketball scored a 20-14 victory in the

ame, with Harvard summer all star classic at

Florida Field.A .
edging/ rinceton in a hard-

..... crowd of 14,500, largest ever
foughfJaattle.} ; .,...... .
1F '" 5'f to see the summer classic, was

At feast a pair of K (A treated tc a dazzling display of

Ivy .League students, offense by both teams. 81

Gra'iof Miami Norland y ; And the No. 1 hipper dipperwas

Steve Pajcic of .< All-America quarterback

Paxon, turned in top Bobby Downs of Winter Ha-

ances as the South ven, headed for the Universityof

the North, 50-44, at : Florida on a grid scholar-
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of Florida gym. ; > ship.Downs
:,; ; put on an exhibition of

Grate, who led the open field running, end sweeps

South quint, is heading rr and keeper plays that had the

Harvard this fall, and .., fans cheering and North defenders -


bound for Princeton. (L), Top Man for North, Jeff Grate Led Southerners Play Covered 24 Yards And Was Good For a Touchdown
will be on academic
I North South
ships. I First downs 12 12 .
from rushing! 6 4
from passing S 4
Leads Scorers
from penalties 1 2
.. -., Yards gained rushing 99 138
Grate pumped in 16 : p'40 .. ..'to-- Yards gained passing! 121 132
and : Passes 5-7 9.14
to lead all scorers
.. Passes Intercepted by 0 0
noted Most Valuable Punts 333.3 "30.5

for the Rebels. Pajcic, a Yank Win .... ... "" 'J.?r rf Yards Fumbles lest lost penalties 50 II 55 1 I
hawking demon at [ c. _
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scored eight points and Jf.
named North MVP. 03)A( blasted]:inning after a walk to Killebrewand Mantle's homer, his 21st, followed _!If '_, .' Downs, voted the South's best

and a Allison hit his 26th in the a single by Tom Tresh in I back by writers at the game,

Grate pulled the York 'seventh with none on. the sixth and put the Yankees p. .: 'A scored on runs of 66 and 32

of a hole with two 6-4 Sat- I NEW YORK MINNESOTA ahead 52. It was a mighty r : a" yards and helped set up the oth-
in the abrhbi abrhbi er South tally before side.
maining game hold being
on Kubek ss 5011 Versa lies ss 4000 smash to deep center.Mantle's "
stole the ball and American Rich-son 2b 5000 Rollins 3b 4000 lined for a few minutes on a
Tresh If 4120 Oliva rf 4110 400-foot double came vicious
a layup. The 6-1 Mantle cf 4222 Killebrew If 1100 tackle.
Touled the shot and Howard c 3100 Hall cf 4122 when he led the second. Mantle ,.1 / Struck Twice
Terry Lopez rf 4 2 2 Allison Ib 3112 then stole third and scored when
a free throw to give the Mans rf 0000 Henry c 3000 After the north struck twice
for the Pepitone Ib 1000 Battey ph 1000 Elston Howard's grounder went ,4
els a 44-40 advantage.Ups Gonzalez Ib 3011 Snyder 2b 2000 for a 14-0 lead on aerial bombs
Then, Boyer 3b 3000 Kostro ph 1000 i through Jim Snyder at second 4 w yterS from quarterback H
a r m on
Margin dou Terry p 4010 Geryl ph 1000 base for an error.Hall's .
I Stlgman p 2000 Wages (Jax Lee) and Jerry Gill

Bob Stinnett of Cocoa Killebrew Mincher Kindall 2b ph 0000 1 0 0 0 second inning homer (DeLand) to Tommy Glenn (Jax

by I Totals :3a < 4 Totalsn: 4 4 4 ;gave the Twins a 2-1 edge until Ribault) of 24 yards each and

the margin to 46-41 New York ... .............. 010 202 001-4 i the fourth. .. ... ..
ter to assure the South Hall load Minnesota .............u 020 000 101-4E "' -< Dennis Brozak (C h octawhat-
tory. Grate added two Bob -Snyder, Stigman. LOB-New York 5, Pedro Gonzalez singled home chee) kicked both points, Downs
Minnesota 4. the tying run for the Yanks in got into the act.
throws with 60 seconds Twins' 2B-Mantle. Oliva. HR-Mantle (21)
for insurance. Hall (18)) Allison (26). SB-Mantle, How. the fourth. A wild throw by Only about 15 seconds remained -

popped ard. IP. H R ERBBSO pitcher Dick Stigman on a pick- in the first half when the

"This was just a Go- Terry. W, .-1 .... S 1-1 3 4 437 off play and his wild pitch let North made it 14-0. The South
force Renitf! .. .... 2.J..1 0 0 1 0 "'.. '
where the little men Stigman L, 5-10 5 5 S 3 2 3 Hector Lopez score the tie- started from its own 34 after the
..... ;. <:s: <
Khppstein 3 1. 0 0 2 ,,
big men, South Coach Perry ........ ..2-32 1 1 0 1 breaking run.
Shadier of Miami Senior be-for Roland Stigman faced.....two. 1-31 men In 1 tit"000. three in the ninth, helped the I MIKE PERRILLARD OF SOUTH BROWARD SWEEPS END kickoff.Continued( on Page 03)) ..

after the victory. WP-Stigman. T-3:03. A-36,288. Yankees get their last run. Picks_Up Big Gain for South in First Half I

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M s' aerr .a_ It __ 75 Class AA, 54 Class A Rally

By Athletics

Schools Put in

RegionsFt. In 5-2 Game

A total of 75 Class AA and 54 FHSAA. Pierce. Dan McCarty
7 Class A schools in Delray Beach, Seacrest i KANSAS CITY (AP) The
were placed
The breakdown
regional : West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Baltimore
football regions here Friday at CLASS AA West Palm Beach, Forest Hill I Orioles rallied in the

a meeting of the Florida High REGION I (U) Lake Daytona Worth Beach Mainland Senior .y ninth inning for four runs and
Jacksonville Lee Gainesville :beat Kansas City 5-2
School Activities Association.The Jacksonville, Ribault Ocala Saturday
Jacksonville, Jackson nigh
regional playoff games Orlando Edgewater
Jacksonville. Paxon
1 will be played Dec. 6 and the Jacksonville. Terry Parker Orlando Orlando, Colonial Boone Thee of the runs scored on
r ; Jacksonville, Forrest
{ finals on Dec. 13, FHSAA exe- Jacksonville Bishop Kenny Winter ParkRockledge, ( Dick Brown's double with the
cutive secretary Floyd Lay Jacksonville, duPont Orlando Evans Cocoa t r bases loaded. The victory kept
'r" Jacksonville Englewood
Jacksonville Beach Fletcher Titusville Riviera Beach the Orioles within four percentage -
; said.The Panama City, Bay County Satellite Beach I points of the
4 a eight play penetrationrule Panama City, Ruthertord Orlando, Oak Ridge first place
to break ties again will be Tallahassee Pensacola, Leon Sanford Seminole' S.4a d 4to New York Yankees.
:: enforced in the regional contest Pensacola Escambla Miami Norland REGION IV (21) I Until the ninth Orlando Pena

but if a deadlock occursin Shalimar, Choctawhatchee REGION II (17) Miami Miami Jackson Senior had permitted the Orioles only

i'I the finals it will stay that Tampa Robinson Miami Palmetto two hits and held a 2-1 lead on
Tampa, King Miami Edison ,
R way.It. Tampa Chamberlain Miami Beach Senior (aPir Ed Charles' fifth inning home.
tt also decided Tampa. Jefferson Homestead South Dada I Luis Aparicio
was that Tampa, Plant Coral Gables and Norm Sie-
tie games will not be broken Tampa Hillsborough Hialeah ,. ; I bern, the two first Orioles to bat
iiF Sarasota North Miami Senior
during regular season play. A Senior Miami Christopher Columbus +I in the ninth both singled to send

F proposal had been made for Bradenton.Fort Myers Manatee Senior Miami Pompano Archbishop Beach Curley ) Pena to the showers. John

four extra plays to determine Winter Lakeland HavenSt. Senior Ft.Hollywood Lauderdale MeAHhur Stranahan Wyatt replaced him and Boog

the winner. Petersburg, Dixie Hollins Hollywood South Broward Powell singled Aparicio home
The Florida Athletic Coaches St.. Petersburg Petersburg. Boca NortheastSt. Clega Miami Ft. Lauderdale, Southwest Senior Miami with the tying run. Brooks Rob '

Association voted down the proposal St. Petersburg Senior Miami Coral, Park inson beat out a bunt to fill the
Clearwater Senior Opa Lock a Miami Carol City
I in a meeting Thursday, REGION III (21) Key West bases. Sam Bowens forced Sie-

and it was upheld by the Vero Melbourne Beach REGION CLASS I (A II) bern at the plate but Brown
----- Gonzalez, Tat. then came through with the

CrestvlewChtpley Milton base-clearing two-bagger to the

Canada StartsFootball Marianna right field corner. .

Quincy Siebern's double in the first
r Lake City, Columbia
Live Oak Suwannee NORTH COACH CARL MADISON PONDERS and Jerry Adair's homer in the

.\. s .. Play Starke Perry. Taylor Bradford County County Tries To Think of Way To Stop Southerners third were the only hits Pena I
NORTH'S TERRY NUTT (20) BATTLES Jacksonville/ Landon (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) allowed until the ninth.
I Jacksonville Boltes
South's Terry Akin Puts Up FightS PalatkaSt. S Frank Bertaina, a 20-year-old

CALGARY. Aldberta (AP) favorites to go aH the way. Fernandina. Augustine Beach Ace Reliever Baldsclmn lefthander up from Elmira of
Orange Park the Eastern League, turned in a
Personnel of both clubs Is
Calgary inaugurates the 1964 Green Cove Springs Clay
mainly unchanged although Calgary Macclenny, Baker County Has Most 'Resilient Arm9 six-hitter for the Oriole3 in his
Canadian Football League sea REGION II (13)
I first major league start beforehe
is somewhat weakened by Rlvervlew East BayNew
W\tf,4 son Monday night against the Port Rtehey, Guff was lifted for a pinch-hitter
the retirement of veteran full-
COR ; Tampa. Brewster Technical PHILADELPHIA (AP"He Chris Snort's victory. The Dodgers
club that brought its 1963 activities -back Earl (Earthquake) Ltms- Tampa. Jesuit in the eighth.
Samoset Southeast has the most resilient arm I've
trailing' 3-1 put tying
Dick Hall finished for the
I to a sudden end. ford of Oklahoma Velnce "
NATIONAL LEAGUE American L..," V-i formerlly Naples ever come across, says Philadelphia
base before and credit for
runs on an error by Orioles got the
Won Lost Pc?. Behind Wan Last Pc?. Behind The Saskatchewan Rougherid-State. Tarpon Springs Manager Gene Mauchof
phnade'phla' 60 41 .A4 New York .. 62 31 .620 Palmetto Bobby Wine forced Baldschun to triumph. He gave up only one
Baltimore: .. ers, trailing by 26 points at the
San Francisco .s. 4S .5417 211 44 40 .615 Arcadia DeSoto County ace reliever Jack Baldschun."I .
Cincinnati 57 47 .54 4" Chicago 62 40 .601 1 halfway mark of their two- British Columbia opens its Wauchula Hard" ** County work himself out of a bases- hit.
Pittsburgh .... 54 4J 54S S xLos Angeles .54 53 .sos llVi Punta G rda. Charlotte like to pitch practicallyevery Night Game
MllwaukPe .... 54 4. .321 645 Boston ....,.. 52 5J .500 12 game; total-points Western Conference -] season Tuesday by visiting Win Plant City. Turkey Creek loaded jam. He struck out ALTIMORE KANSAS CITY
St. Louis ....... $3 SO .51S 1 Minnesota .... SO 54 .481 14 nipeg. Edmonton, the fifth REGION III (14) day as long as I don'tgo abrkM. abrkM.
Los Angeles .... SO 51 .49S 10 Detroit .......31 55 .481 14 semifinal, ousted the, Leesburg too far-say up to two in- Frank Howard and got Ron Brandt cf 500 Causey 2b 4119
Clllcago ....... .a $3 ..75 12 Cleveland _...45 51 ..431Ai Western team, plays host to New Smyrna Beach Aparicio ss 4110 Charles 36 4121Siebern
Houston .......45 61 .m 1745 Kansas City .. 40 44 .385 34 Stampeders by a single point! Apopka Memorial nings," says Jack Baldschun. Fairly on an inning-ending 1b 3020 Colavlto rf IRIS
New York ... 33 n .314 :If Washington ,..41 47 .310 25 last November when they defeated -Calgary Friday night. Kissimmee. Osceola Powell H 3111 Hanson Ib 4000
"This stuff
x-Played ri!iht game Orlando. Bishop Moore means grounder.It B.R'b's'ndbIlIOAiuslk H 3011
Yesterdays Results Yesterdays Results them 35-12 in one of the Friday also marks the opening Winter Garden. Lakeview nothing. It's the number of innings Bowen rf 3100 Tartabull .1.
New York 3. Houston 2 Detroit 2. Cleveland 1 I Brooksvilte Hemando was Baldschun's 45th relief Brown c 4013 Edwards c 4000
Milwaukee I. Chicago 4 Chicago 9. Washington I. 10 Innings most resounding upsets in of the Eastern Conference W&IcNIood that matters." chore and his 19th July. Adair 2b 3111 Cf'p-n-rtt s* 4 a 1 0Bertaina
a, San Francisco 1 New York 4, Minnesota 4 during 3010
Pittsburgh Dade City Pasco I p 2000 Mathew ef
Cincinnati. St. Louis 5 Baltimore 5, Kansas City ,2, dian football history. season with Ottawa at Toronto. Lakeland. Kathleen Friday night Baldschun answered Mauch said he'll use Bald Johnson pit SSS.versa p 1000
Philadelphia 10. Los Angeles tTedayi Boston .at Los Angeles. "'htTMars. The Riders went on to lose the The other two Eastern teams Auburndale '. Hall 9
his fifth
Game Came go Lake Wales straight emer- schun "When I need him. I Trial WIT ratals 32 3 71Balttmtrt
CMcago' (Horton 7-4 and Herbert 3-3) at ........ .. .
Western title to the British into action with Mon 001 000 OM-S
Saturday call the Phillies defeated
Los Angeles (LMIIe'$ H) at Philadel Washington (Oat_ 9-7 and, Narum I AeonsPark gency as The same play that brought Kansas City ... .... IN 010 oeo-]
San Francisco (H end ley M) at Pittsburgh 7.7). 2 Columbia Lions, who were subsequently treal appearing at Hamilton. REGION IV (t) Los Angeles 6-1 and Baldschun into the sent I E-None. OP-Kansas City 1. LCft.
New York (Ford II.!) at Minnesota (IalI14) game
Kansas 4.
Ft. Lauderdale NortheastFt. Baltimore r 5. City
(PriervID) defeated by Hamiltonfor Ottawa was the only CFL maintained their 1%-game lead ,
Farrell 10.7) at Lauderdale Nova second baseman Tony Taylorout 2B-Siebern Brown. HR-Adatr U).
Houston New (York Ow"s7(Suthertand and 0-3 and Lock Detroit-Cleveland(Aguirre(McDowell JJ and 3-5 Lollch and 10.7)Krallck et the Canadian championship.But .i team to get through its preseason -Miami Miami Military La Salle over San Francisco in the N- of it-on a stretcher. It wasa Charles (12) S-Pen* 2.H Hall.IP It.ERIftJO

0-1), 2 .-JI, 2 these events offered small exhibition schedule without I Stuart Martin County tional League Friday night. bad-hop grounder Willie Bertaina .. ....7 4 2 2 1 2
Cincinnati (Maloney 10-t at St. Louis Boston (Morehead -11) at Los Angeles I ft. Lauderdale. St. Thomas.Aquinas Hall W, t-1 ...... 2 1. 0/ 1
(Simmons lid (Newman4) consolation to the Stampeders, defeat, winning all four of its West Paint Beach, Cardinal Newman Baldschun entered the gamein Davis that hit ''Taylor in th ePen.,4Flo i ..t 4 S S J
Milwaukee (Fischer 9-.) at Chicago Baltimore (R- Is .-.5) at Kansas City I Hollywood Charminada a Wyatt -- 1 t S S 1 e
(8"811. 4-t) 'It (Segul 74))J. who began season as starts. Belle Glada the eighth inning, preserving mouth. T-MX A-UOOI.

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02 Gainesville! Sun Sunday, August! 2, 1964

Golden Era' BOYS Have Meeting at Port Paradise ,

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Marcelino "Chello" Huerta, Wichita ,University football (the Rebels of BJV, before Johnny Vaught), to as fewas Florida State's flashy new ,foot brochnte" receind in
coach, deeply tanned, nattily dressed and amiable as ever, two touchdowns. It permitted 264 points in one season. the mails and it's loaded, as are 1tt\of the pre-season
was in deep conversation with a group of fellow mentorsat No UF eleven before or since has been so generous. efforts. Noteworthy is FSU's scholars. list for next season
the annual Florida Athletic Coaches Association clinic The Seminoles awarded 39 grants i coming frcshmen.
last week when a wanderer wandered by. The Celebration ; Just 13 are from Florida the other 2lj from ftnr.s ate
Without asking, the outsider knew where the tan had come Could this be interpreted that the G'Ji"won", the W\
from. The "Golden Era" boys had another reunion recently, It even lost three more ,to start off the 1947 season, makinga recruiting blitz? Or is it more the risen 11ec tre of academic
this time at Port Paradise at Crystal River. total of 13 consecutive setbacks (one to end the 1945 year), inability of good Florida talent to crack entrance exam'?
For those who may not be seasoned in Gator football and then scored a 7-6 victory over North Carolina State.
lore,, this Golden Era must be perhaps the only tag in the -- Another early arriving brochure came 1n'T exas A & M
Those with sharp memories dating back to the mid-1940s where former Gator head offensive line Fold-
nation's athletic history that does not refer to all- ah Hank
an will tell you flatly that Gainesville never has been as lively, berg leads the Aggies A & M came fumbled
aggregation.Made of the of 0-9 at hen a
conquering athletes able
before or since, (wet or dry), than that Saturday night after to turn nightmare an year pass interception in the last two minutes of I v'of
up of members of the 1946 through 1949 football a major university .into' a life-long affair of reminiscenceand whipping
the Gators game with the Wolfpack had ended. national champion Texas last ThanksgIVIngThe
squad at the University of Florida, the group has met friendship. Aggiesare
annually for years now. Old times are rehashed, new timesare The grandaddy of all riots occurred. Everyone joined the f in much the same boat as the Gators ti"lear. Seven
discussed times After all, how can one have anything but pride in people Southwest Conference games with LSU,
coming and
are projected. merrymaking, law order folks as well as students, HoustoImd southern 'j
"Name dropping" would include Bobby Forbes, Jimmy townspeople as well as faculty, strangers as well as natives. whose humor is so strong that they still can talk about the Cal as the non-league foes. That's rough. | 'l
Kynes, Fletcher Groves, Bill Raborn, Charlie Fields, Doug highlight of the season. That came in a game where the e
Belden, Hal Griffin and Huerta, for just a few. There, It's a fine thing that the Golden Era gang does each opposition had the ball on Florida's one-yard line, first The National Football League record book ft* 96-1 lists ,;
are many, many more. year. A call is placed to Texas where Bear Wolfe is as- down and goal to go. ex-ators Bernle Parrish, Cleveland Browns; Do chandler,

That ball club of 1946 was unique in Gator football his- sociated with a university there as a vice president. Each The Golden Era boys stopped them THREE downs! New York Giants; Mal Hammack, St. Louis Car. 1s; Rick

tory. Coached by Raymond (Bear) Wolfe, it didn't win a member of the gang chats with him. Casares and Bobby Joe Green, Chicago Bears; nd Floyd
game (losing nine). It held only one opponent, Mississippi the Run
A Yearly TreasureAlso Caught on Dean; 'San Francisco 49m, as \eterans. Rookie crop has

Russ Brown, No. 6 draft choice of Washington Redskinslast
Insurance man Ralph (Red) Dulaney, who will be remembered -
the gathering is a time for wives, children, current and Frank Lasky No. 2 choice of
year; fw York
the of the last G-Men club in 1958
as manager ,
Bailey Leads Bucs UF coaches. It's a yearly treasure, the reunion. Many of ,0{.
Giants in 1962.
informs that 3-0 shutout Jacksonville Friday
Syracuse's over
the members of the 46 club have risen to high staturein
the world of athletics, business, politics or academics.It's night in the first game of a double-header was pitchedby And now a thousandfold thanks to friends, acquaitances,
Johnny Seale. Think fast, now! Seale pitched for the
a cosmopolitan 'group and one that the UF can be readers and co-workers for their kind words wel
Over Giants 6-1 of. G-Men in 1958. A little left-hander, he's 3-2 with the Chiefs wishes
proud this year. He was optioned to Gainesville by the Yankeessix and thoughtful gifts for the approaching nuptials. Ev thing

It would be hard to put a finger on another collection seasons ago, Dulaney said. has been deeply appreciated. |

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Jose Pagan. man, Honey Russell, Ken Loef-
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rl?1t Into 'Downs' Trouble '

sin .ji'i': f ,

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( Page 01)) \, fl.V (Continued from Page 01)) drive, except-for a holding penalty game for both teams, showingfine (to Glenn) pitch that producedthe

that set the North back ability to shake defendersand last North It
\. score. cov-
"We la ght but .11 With Randy Smith (Tampa
iii .
.. the distance to the goal get free for the catch. ered 24 yards.
had four, ards .. Robinson) at quarterback and
Schae- and provided first down for 10-6 Lead
4 ......... .. a South 0 70 13-20
fer said erred to starters .. '-'.,. the slippery Downs at halfback the eventual winners. The win boosted the South's North 0140 0-14
__ __ .<..:..
Grat Stinnett and ____ "J i for the maneuver Smith firedan Chuck Flores (Perry), headed lead in football to 10-6 over North Glenn ((24 pass from

subs Ti jier of Tampa P ....IJI?.... over the middle pass to halfback for FSU did some fine all. Wages). Brozak, kick.

Plant ar- son, Chuck, of .. "'E ( I > Fred Branch (Tampa Robinson ; running for the North in the Individually, Downs carrieda North Glenn (24, pass from
Miami -
: .
:. .... .. '' I ) for about 10 yards first half and Wayne Smith a dozen times for 90 yards.: Gill). Brozak kick.
"All boys were intelli- : : Branch quickly lateraled to the piledriver from Milton (head- Smith ran 11 times for 37 to South Downs (65. pass from

gent, s fire didn't have a t'1J. t upcoming fast moving Downs.He ed for Auburn) helped set up lead the North. Randy Smith Smith to Branch, lateral to

bad argln the bunch," the 'f.f."f took the ball around his own the North's first two scores hit' nine of 14 aerials for 132 Downs). Bray, kick.

winninach added. ...... YJ 40 and hurried the rest of the with consistent smashes at yards for the South and Wa- South Smith (1 I, s n e ak).

3 .... ..-.... ) 0 way on a twisting run for the tackle and guard. ges hit four of six for 96 for Pass failed.

The ;gory was the sixth ;;' .. .V'' ..k;t, '.1'. '.. ,. "' tf 'I 66-yard'scoring' play.Out.Dueled. Glenn and Branch caught the losers. Gill's one effort South Downs (32, run).

straigHjr a lpiargin the South in the and series.gaveit .. ; ..wrs ( -', ::1'" I virtually every pass in the I was the run left, throw right Bray, kick.

He out dueled North .
The tth jumped off to an

8.41ej|arty in the game and Wayne McCall of Ocala
using blockers to full advan
scant 14-12 advantage F
at th of the first quarter. tage, and the last 25 yards were

The ad seesawed back and t a masterpiece of picking his op

forth [the second period with ,.:. rn enings. Marty Bray (Tampa Robinson ____
) kicked the point to makeit __
leaving the court at 4NORTH'S __

ante | Nutt sion Impressive with a 23-22 lead. k Y The 147.the half kickoff.ended one play after z .., i _____

GaesviUe High's Te r r y -- The South then waited until {

Nutt3 starter at forward, the final quarter to pull out the

pacq both ,teams in rebound- victory. Trailing 14-7. the winners

ing jn the first half with his K started a 68 yard march

ageessive play.lie late in the third period. '

: Downs ran for 10, seven, 11,
South quickly pushedits
seven, 11, seven yards but >yr
Head to 31.26 in the third
got clobbered by Gerald Bram-

quarter and was never head ::1 lett (Wildwood) as he reachedthe /, N
ed again. The biggest advantage A _
North 17 with a first downon
was seven points, 35-28 his last effort.

and 4134. WALTER LAMB OF PERRY DRIVES IN FOR SHOT Smith hit a key fourth down

Both teams experien c e d South's Terry Akins (12) Arrives Too Late .Defend Goal pass to Branch for a first at the '
cold from the outside j'A.
shooting four[ and two plays later sneaked -
throughout the contest and
over. Bray kicked the point
missed numerous layups and OVER DODGERS but an unsportmanlke conduct

tips.Wayne Kruer of Jackson foul smothered.nullified it. A pass try was

ville Paxon, a 6-4 forward, was
I Midway through the periodthe
the leading scorer for the South moved from its 33
North with nine points. 1 Phils Win 106PHILADELPHIA
,1 after a punt. A 15 yard rough- -
South. f9 "t, North f9 ft ness penality against the North RANDY SMITH- SNEAKS OVER FOR SECOND SOUTH TOUCHDOWN
Miller 2 0 1 Kruer 1 1 1
McKlrchy 2 2 Touchstone 0 2 2 gave the march impetus to the Referee Signals Score as Southerns Pull up to 13.14 Deficit
SUnne" 2 2 6 Nu" 2 2 2 losers' 46. Faced again with a
Dowling 1 0 2 Chlson 1 0 2 (AP-Tony) National League-leading Phil I fourth. Herrnstein's homer in
Grate 5 616 Nelson 2 :3 7 the sixth completed the Phils' crucial fourth down situation at
Gonzalez and John Herrnsteinled lies cuffed the Los Angeles Dodgers
Sebastian 0 0 0 Mikell 1 0 2
the 40, Smith fired to Branchfor
Akins 3 2 1 Pllcic :3 2 I scoring.
15-hit attackon 106. Stars
Philadelphia's Reichardt
Lanier 1 1 :3 Limb 0 :3 3'Rollyso" eight yards and a key first Rich
1 2 1 Travis 1:1: 3 Don Drysdale and three successors SinglesIn down at the 32.Sweeps.
Shaefer 0 0 0 Young 0 0 1 The victory lifted the Phils 21%

Saturday night as the the second, Clay Dalrympleand .
Totals 17 If SI Totals 14 U 44 games in front of the second End

------:....,. ." --- place San Francisco Giants Rojas singled and Ruben On the next play, Downs In Class A Ball GameWISCONSIN

.." who lost to Pittsburgh 61. Amaro doubled, scoring Dal swept left end, cut back, swiv- .

rymple. Infield hits by Johnny] eled away from several defenders

= ; Gonzalez singled twice and Briggs hitting for starter Jim and darted untouched for 32 RAPIDS, Wis. 'probably last appearance In his late in the spring by the Los Angeles

doubled, scored two runs and I'Bunning, and Gonzalez, brought: yards and the winning TD. (AP) Rich Reichardt was a hometown area as a professional Angels for a bonus esti-

drove in another. Herrnstein hit in two more runs and Wes Co- Bray again kicked the point. baseball player.
The North had another effort star in a losing cause Saturday mated as high as $200,000, joins

two singles and his fifth home I vington knocked in the last two I when Wages pitched a bullet to night as he made his first and Reichardt who was signed Hawaii in the Pacific Coast
a single.
run, driving in two runs. I I Glenn that covered 51 yards to League on Aug. 11.

the South's 20 for first down.
The Dodgers staked ..Drysdale Baseball's But the South defense was Shaw Reichardt came to town with

to a 3-0 lead in the first with the equal to the task and the North ChampionIn Davenport, Iowa, in the Class A

w aid of'Cookie :'Rojas' two-runs Top Ten gave up the ball four plays later Midwest League. Davenport was
But the Phils
throwing error.
at the 25. defeated 3-1 by the Wisconsin
snapped back with five runs off I NATIONAL LEAGUE At that Glenn got open in the World Sheet
.... t* *:: Drysdale in the second before Player Club G AS R H Pet end zone on fourth down but Rapids Twins before 5,592 per-
Clemente Pgll ........ 97 396 63 138 .348
knocking him out in a fourrunNight Williams Chi ......... 101 402 69 138 .343 the hurried and harried Wages sons, the largest crowd in the .
Carty Mil .............. 75 238 37 '1.3-4 '
Came Santo Chi ............ 100 375 63 122 325 fired almost into the seats. Even I' RENO Nev. AP-Army) Sgt. style competition during the first nearly 30-year history of Witter
... .. ]
PHILADELPHIA Mays SF ....... 103 330 85 123 .324
Y LOS abrhbt, brhbi Aaron Mil ........... 101 406 74 130 .320 Glenn couldn't catch one up Henry Shaw defeated four other day of the 1964 world skeet Field.It .
c Wills ss 3220 Gonzalez cf 3231 Johnson Cm ........... 84 264 39 83 .314 there.In .
Gilliam 3b 2112 Allen 3D 5100 Boyer St!. ........... 103 407 62 127 .312 gunners in a shootoff to win the shooting championships.
............ addition to Downs other was Rich Reichardt Night,
3110 Allen Phi 101 393 77122.310 :
W. Davis cf S 0 0 0 Calhson rf in international
............. championship Shaw from Fort Benning Ga.
airly Ib 5101 Covington If 2 0 1 2 Torre Mil 95 364 60 113 .310 "bests" awards went to Glennas and it estimated
was that about '
T. Davis If 4121 J'nson ph-If 2112 defeated Robert Shuley, Roseville -
Griffith rf 5010 Wine ss 1000 Mays San Francisco. 29; Williams. Chi- North back, Wayne Walther '
Roseboro c 401 1 H'nsfn Ib-lf 5132 cago. 24; Santo, Chicago 20; Howard. Mets Defeat HI.; Marine Sgt. Allen 2,000 of the fans came fromReichardt's
Oliver 2b 3100 Dalrymple c 41 2 0 Los Angeles 20; Allen Philadelphia. 18, Pensacola Tate, North line '
Drysdale p 2 0 0 0 RoilS 2b 4121 lallison, Philadelphia, 18; Cepeda, San man; and Don Giordano Miami Morrison, Martinez Ga., Air home town of Stev-
.. Parker ph 0 0 0 0 Amaro ss-lb 3111 Francisco. 18 man T. J. Heffron of Groton
RUNS BATTED IN ens Point, 20 miles
Moon ph 1000 Bunning p 0000 Archbishop Curley, South Houston OnTaylor's away.
Briggs ph 1111 Boyer St. Louis 78; Santo Chicago 73,. N.Y., and H. R. Vermillion of
Wise p 2000 Mays San Francisco JO; Aaron Milwaukee lineman.
Reichardt had
Roebuck p 1000 67; Torre. Milwaukee, 65. Sherman Oaks, Calif. two hits in
Glen and Giordano also
Totals 3* I 'S Totals 3710 IS 10 PITCHING are HR
Los Angeles .............310 001 100- 4 10 Decisions Florida bound on scholarships All five posted scores of 98x three trips, and scored his .
Philadelphia ............ 050 401 OOx-18E Koufax Los Angeles, 155..750; Marlchal while Walther is headedfor 100 in the initial 100-target shoot. team's only run. The former

-Rolas 2. T. Davis Wills Wine. DP- Cincinnati, FSU. NEW YORK (AP) Catcher ing. Morrison was the runnerup University of Wisconsin football
Los Angeles 1. LOB-Los Angeles 9 10-4 .714; Bruce Houston 11-5 688.
Philadelphia f Bob Taylor hit a two-run homerin in the shootoff and Heffron won and baseball star also stole two
t 28-Amoro Griffith Gonzalez. 3B- Leading Batsmen Based en 215 at bats Stalled Out the other
Wills. HR-Herrnstein (S). T. Davis (6)) Not including Saturday's Boston-Lot the fifth and scored Class AA honors. I bases.
Gilliam.. Dalrymple. SF-Gilliam, Ra- Angles' night game The South stalled out the run after he doubled in the seventh Armed forces
J1I AMERICAN scattergunners
'**" IP N R Eit II SO Player Club ... ... ..LEAGUE G.A9.R. H Pel final few minutes mainly Saturday, leading the New dominated the Reichardt joined DavenportJuly
x Drysdale L, 13-10 3 1 7 6 1 3 Oliva Min ........... 103 442 77 ISO .33 thanks to Downs. Lightning : day's action. I 4, and is batting .330
.......... York Mets over the Houston -
Perranoskl ..... 2 3 2 1 2 2 Mantle Ny. 90 291 55 94 .323
Brewer ........2 1 1 1 0 1 Fregosl LA ........... 93 314 60 99 .315 fast on the keeper, the Winter 32. Marine Sgt. Michael Schmidt:
Reed ...........1 2 0 0 0 0 Allison Min ......100243 68 113 .311 Haven flash (likely to be usedat Colts I of St. Paul, Minn., posted a 97 In Finals
Bunning ...2 1 4 2 0 2 B. Robinson Bal .. 105 390 52 121 .310
_u. Wise, W, 2.1 ..... 41-33 2 2 3 4 Bressoud Bsn ....... 103 381 59 116 .304 halfback by the Gators) The victory was the third score to top the Class A firers.
Roebuck .. .... 2230 0 0 1 2 Kahne Det ........... 92 327 4? 99 .303 '
I SOUTH'S TERRY LANIER HITS LAYUP Drysdale faced 2 men in 4th. Chance Cle ........... 78 242 29 73 .302 raced from one side of the straight for the Mets over the Ken Sedlecky from Lincoln, KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) -

Guarded by North's Steve Pajcicwin T-3:10. A-32.030. Yastrzemskl Robinson Chi Bsn,........... 96 84 319 364 52 53 107.294 94 .295 field to the other killing time Colts. The New Yorkers now Neb., was the high pro gunner, Third-seeded Alberto Carrero of

Brown Det ".HOME'_._"._:'RUNS 71 231 41 68'.294 and eating up yardage. have a 6-5 season edge over with a 98.Sunday's. I Puerto Rico and unranked Steve

Killebrew Minnesota. 36; Powell. Baltimore Gainesville High 's Jay Wil- their fellow expansion team. I' action will feature, Avoyer of San Diego Calif., will

Larrabee Scores Second Cleveland 27; 26 Stuart.; Allison Boston Minnesota 26; ,Wagner 26 son, a two way player mostof Al Jackson went all the way the preliminary day event, a 100 face each other Sunday for the

I Stuart' Boston RUNS, M;BATTED_Killebrew IN Minnesota the game, did a fine job for the Mets, allowing five hits. target contest with 12 gauge national boys 16-and-under ten. I

81; Wagner Cleveland 74; Mantle New on both offense and defense.He Both Houston runs came in the shotguns. I nis championship.
York, 69; Colavito, Kansas City, 67. I
PITCHING made a flock of tackles first inning on two walks, an_infield

Straight Win Over Rivalsofter Bunker Baltimore 10 Decisions, 12.2..857; Ford. New from his linebacker spot the hit, a fielder's choice and a I

York 12.3..800; Pizarro Chicago 14-5 last half including a key stop I. single by Bob Aspromonte.In .
737; Kaat Minnesota 11-4 .733 Down II
ing.. New York 8-3. .727. that would have ended a South I. the fifth, Larry Eliot got a

LONDON (AP) Mike Lar by 1.5 seconds over Graham than I am used to in California double when Houston center I Ii

rabee of Los Angeles, United ?Plows who took second place so my time was a most 4' fielder Mike White misjudged ( Ytik

States 400 meters champion, from Metcalfe by a narrow respectable one," Larrabee / his drive and Taylor followed I II
margin. homer.
scored his second victory of the said. with a y '
Taylor doubled in the seventh, s i
Adrian Larrabee and other Americans
over Metcalfe one
year George Kerr of Jamaica went to third on an infield hit by
of Britain's main were running as guests in I
Olympic McMillan off pitcher Gordon -
bronze medalist in the 800 met Roy
hopes as he turned in a respectable -the England and Wales vs. Ire Jones' glove, and scored s.s .
46.4 seconds slow land London's ers at the 1960 Rome Olympics,
on a meet at Cyrstal : j\ when Jones threw wildly to I
track Saturday. Palace. overhauled Morgan Groth of I first.
San Francisco and Oregon State fA1vards
Larrabee streaked away to "This track was a good deal ,. ." HOUSTON NEW YORK
University in the last few yardsto ... abrhW abrhW
win the 800 in 1:47.7. Groth 1 '. Crandall c 4020 Klaus 2b :3011
-_,: ':-'/.; Bond Ib 3001 Hunt 3D 4011
was second in 1:47.9. Gaines rf 2000 Altman H :3000
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rf 4 10 0
Lulls M 4000 Chr'phe
Cliff Cushman of .
I ; White cf :3000 Kranep-1 Ib :3000
Forks, N.D. ran the 110-meter jjj Spangler H 0 0 0 0 Elliot cf 3120
Grote c 4000 Taylor c 3222
To Win Lexington HandicapNEW hurdles for the first time in four Brown p 2010 McMillan. :3 0 1 e

years and finished third in 15.4. r Jones Larsen p ph 1000 1000 Jackson p :3020
YORK (AP) Laugh lared by Laugh Aloud, held on. He was beaten by two Britons, z. Totals 32 2 5 2 T.fals :30 3 0 2

Aloud, a son of Tom Fool with a I for second 1% lengths in front of Jim Hogan in 14.6 and Bob Bir- d(.:, Houston ................. 2M toO 000-2
liking for grass race courses,I R. N. Webster's National. rell in 14.9.Cushman. s New York ............. ., 100 020.1/3-3
DP Houston :3. LOB-Houston
closed with a rush in the final 1-i E-Fox. -
Aloud won the silver me- I, New York So2BAsPromonte. t
16th of a mile Saturday for a'' Laugh owned by H. E. Elliot 2. Jackson. )
Jackson, raced without too dal in the 400-meter hurdles at HR-Tiytor (4). S a MS.
two-length decision in the 429,- H. Eit
much success until trainer E. A. Rome. Brown .... 42-3' 2 2 0 JJones. t
450 at h
Lexington Handicap Christmas 1_ H .... 12-3:1: 1 1 2 7W0
AqueductThe gave him a chanceon John Cramer of Kent, Wash. 12-3' 0 0 0 0
the grass at Delaware Park: vhW,411WeJones 5 2 2 :I
was eliminated in the pole vault PS-Taylor. TIUA-
son of Tom Fool-Gloria In three starts he chalked up a 1s.CJt.
because of a mixup over the
Nicky was last during the early. win and two seconds one on a
part of the 11.16mile turf disqualification. The $19,14150 1- Bowling Loop

event, and no better than fourth, he won Saturday more than wanted to start at 14-6 but I

as the field of 12 straightened' doubled his previous bankroll of no one told me. when the bar Sets MeetingThe

out for the one-quarter mile 16655. was at this height so' I had to Industrial Bowling Night
dash to the finish. come in at 15 feet:* said Cramer. -
The crowd of 50.103 made League will have a meeting

But under jockey Ronnie Tur- Laugh Aloud the second choice.He was. "The like run-up a beach.was I so couldn'twork slow it .j Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Palm Carey McDonald, executive secretary of the Flor

cotte's whip Laugh Aloud paid $8.60. $5.20 and $3.80. and Lanes. ida Athletic Coaches Association, presents a meri-
caught the leaders inside the Gun Boat $27.20 and up enough Hunk Slay football coachat
paid $15.10 the bar three times at 15." All captains and team rep- torious service award to ,
16th pole and won going away in and National returned $5.60. ---. resentatives are requested to Fort Pierce Dan McCarty High School. Slay

1:43.: The Gedney Farms GunBoat French-bred Point du Jour, the Tom Burton of Britain won at .PRETTY SHEILA STEMBRIDGE PARADES attend. Plans for the 196463 coached the South team in one of the early all-star

who set the pace until col-favorite: ,. Ww., fourth. 114. Daytona Majorette in Halftime Performance season will be discussed. games. (Sun photo).



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Donna Devarona Not Baby This TimeLOS "-} -

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ALTOS, Calif It Isn't a very polite observation to where Donna could be subjected. to the benevolent. lash .of seconds and rest until the hand reaches 60 seconds, and off
make about a lady but the fact is inescapable. Donna De- Haines."I you go again. The faster you swim, the more time you haveto

:. varona is getting along in years. The bright eyed pretty get up at 6 every morning," she said, "and swim from rest. I never date except weekends, but I don't mind. It's

little blonde from the Santa Clara Swim Club was the baby 6:30 to 8. Then I'm back in the pool for another workout from worth it.Donna. I DaL

: of the 1960 Olympic team at the age of 13. If she makes the 2 to 4. We start each season with distance work, two half expects to compete one more year, just to squeezein II

team for the games at Tokyo and only an earthquake or miles a day. Later it's interval swimming of fast 50's. The a trip the A. A. U. has arranged to Moscow. Then she will I

similar catastrophe can stop her she will rank as one of big clock at poolside guides us. You swim 50 in about 30 retire. Not many athletes retire at the grand old age of 18.

the grand dames of the squad. Donna is 17 years old. -

Swimmers rarely continue long enough to grow old gracefully -

in their sport, particularly gal swimmers. That's why WRIGHT
the national championships of the Amateur Athletic Union STILL LEAD :

for buth men and women, staged here this weekend in the

picturesque pool at picturesque Foothill College, is loadedto ., ,
the gunnels with teenagers, both guys and dolls. : tiffts ,

The title show is serving as the last searing test before the MT j MILWAUKEE TOURNIX
final Olympic try-outs at the end of August in New York's - { WLk AW a.AM.i I '

Astoria Pool and that's when Donna will have to make up 1LM 'M 4 .
her mind. She is so extraordinarily versatile that she will \

have to decide what events to choose as the vehicles to ride ,: MILWAUKEE (AP) Mick- veteran Betsy Rawls, who added and Marlene Hagge we another

along the waterways of dreams that leads to Olympic glory. (/ Wright survived an encoun- a 73 to her two previous stroke off the pace ith 224. -
The pert miss with the green blue eyes of a Florida lagoon r52 : : t sr with a water hazard on the rounds. Brigitte Varangot, thcFrench

has proved herself to be the best all around naiad in t' % r ..4 I 16th hole and retained her three- Fires 71 and British champion frm Par

the world because she's perennial national champion and 4 stroke lead Saturday at the Shirley Englehorn masteredpar is, and Maureen Crum f Plant

record bolder in the medley, a race that involves all four *. .. ; 54 three-quarter mark of the 72. with a 71 for a 54-hole totalof City, Fla. shared the mateur

strokes back, breast, butterfly and free style. She has won 4 hole Milwaukee Open Golf Tour- 223. Defending champion Ka- lead. Each carded 77 foia totalof

10 A. A. U. medley crowns, plus others in back and butterfly : nament. thy Whitworth, Judy Torluemke 234.

plus also winning relay legs at back, fly and free style. :. i .'. .. .. 'j ? Despite fat eight on the 417-

"One of my Olympic events will be the medley," she said, ; 4 .( yard par 4 16th, Miss Wright
"but I'm not sure what else I'll try for." finished her round with a two.overpar Harvard Four

74 for a 54-hole total of ;
Polished Maturity -. 'OJ ._- --- _, ;ZI.; ,.- ., 217 on the North Shore Country
.Club's layout.
4" Donna has a natural effervescence and an astounding Business League Champs Still battling an annoying stomach Wins Rowing

amount of poise for one so young. Two trips to Europe, two ulcer, the 29-year-old

to Japan, and two to South America with A. A. U. teams Fulps] Radiator won the Business League softball title by downing Gaines :queen of the ladies pro circuit

have given her a polished maturity that belie her tender ville Livestock in a playoff last week. Front row, from left, are batboys Tim 'was two under regulation figures Feature RaceNEW

years. Slovak, Jimmy McCracken, Danny Shake and Chuck Blackwelder. Middle row, I after 15 holes of the third

"Winning championships can sometimes be an adventure," left to right, are Jim Weeks, Frank Slovak, Jim Robert, Bill DeCarlis, Char round played under a blistering''

she said with girlish glee. "At the outdoor nationals in 1962I lie Rogers and Tom Chappell. Back row left to right, are Larry Britt, Cal sun. 'I' YORK (AP) A Harvard 7:19.8. The clocking was two

almost missed out altogether. George Haines, my coach, Weeks, Tom Richey, Roy Shake, Chuck Wallace, Bailey McCracken, Charlie Penalty Stroke University four with seconds better than any Americans

ordered me to go home and rest before the 200 meter individual Blackwelder and Aubrey Fulps. (Sun photo). Then Miss Wright sent her' cxswain shell captured the feature had done previously. The

medley, saying I could warm up in the diving pool second shot into a winding race Saturday as nine finals Stanford, Calif. Rowing Club

when I returned. brook and took a penalty stroke. were contested in the second was second in 7:21.6.

"The boy who was driving us back to the pool said he was Bold Experience WinnerIn Her next shot was short of the day of the 90th National John Welchll of the Detroit

almost out of gas but we urged him to keep going. When we green and she finally got on in Rowing Championships.Nine B.C. captured his 10th national

arrived, I could hear the announcer saying over the loud- five. Slightly unnerved, she more finals Sunday will title when he took the 150-pound

speaker that the girls were on the starting blocks. Georgewas Rich Stakespaid needed three putts to get down. complete the three-day: regattaon quarter mile dash in 1183. He

running around like crazy when I ran up. Sorority .One of her missed putts was Orchard Beach's 2,000 meter won by a foot over John Son-

'Relax and take it easy,' he begged. from less than two feet. Olympic course. berg of New Rochelle, N.Y.

"Fortunately I had my swimming suit on under my outside I Ruth Jessen, Sandra McClin- Rowing with four men and the Welchli will row in two more finals
OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP) Queen Empress, turned in the Ruler ripped off the distance in ton and Sue Maxwell
clothes. I ran for the starting block, shedding clothes whileI coxswain from its eightoaredcrew Sunday, the 150-pound sin.
ran. I made it just as the starter shouted, 'swimmers, Bold Experience, a daughter of fastest six furlongs ever run bya 1:09: 3-5, four-fifths of a second locked in a threeway tie at 220 Harvard defeated Phila- gle sculls and the double

take your blocks.' Bold Ruler from C.T. Chenery's 2-year-old at Monmouth in an better than the record hung up for second place in trying to delphia's Schuylkill Navy Composite

"I did what any sensible girl would do. I made a false Meadow Stable, got a measureof earlier race. The son of Bold by Hail to Reason. 'stop Miss Wright from winningher by one length in 6:33.1.

start. I had to get wet and get the feel of the water, didn'tI revenge Saturday when she eighth tournament in 15 appearances -New England's Laconia-River- sculls.WBA I

? I was so churned up that I won the race and set a snapped Queen Empress' stringof this year. Miss Jes- side, the defending champion, RejectsClayListon

record. Afterward some woman walked over to George. victories at six and won the American sen; matched par with a 373572. was third in 6:38.3 and the Vesper .

$100,000 Sorority Stakes for 2- Eagle Miss McClinton took a third- B.C. of Philadelphia fourthin I

Fine Actress year-old fillies at Monmouth round 74. Miss Maxwell carded 6445.:

Park in record time. 36-36-72. Vesper had four of its Olym

'You sure have a fine actress there,' she said. Gosh, Iwasn't The Meadow filly went into Beaten in Another two strokes back was pic-bound eight-oared crew on Title FightST.

acting at all. the six-furlong race with a record CupMARION ,Mary Mills, who had a 72, and this team and it turned in a I

close call but it wasn't until I went to PAUL, Minn. (AP-Re-
"I thought it was a of three victories and MILWAUKEE (AP -The leaders at the disappointing performance. I II
go home that I found out what a narrow escape I really had three seconds in six starts, but M-holt mark of the 72noI.L500 MIlwaukee The Harvard Crew of Paul jection of the Cassius Clay-Son.
Mass. (AP) Con. Eagle about three-quarters of Women's Open golf tournamentat
had. The car I came in had run out of gas and also had a she twice had bowed to the a the soe-yard, par 72 North Shore Gunderson, Bow; Jim Tew, No. ny Liston return match by
stellation caught American Ea. mile from the finish to win by
Country Club.
flat tire." Queen, another miss sired by three boat Mickey Wright .............. 74-41-14-217 2; Harry Pollock, No.3, andPollock's member commissioners of the
gle on a clumsy maneuver on lengths. ...........
been for her accomplishmentsIn Sandra McClinton 747274220Ruth brother World Boxing Association
If Donna's reward has great Tom at was
Bold Ruler from Mrs. H. C. the final leg and beat her America's American Jessen ................ 71.n.72-22O ,
the tank, she has paid a heavy price in hard work for it- Phipps' Wheatley Stable. Eagle's crew were Sue Maxwell ................ 74-72'72-220 stroke with coxswain Ed Wash. urged Saturday by a WBA official -
Cup competitor by 28 seconds passed while making a clumsy Betsy Rawls ..............., 75-74-73--222
all without either complaint or regret. Third Money York of Mary Mills .................. 73-75-74-222 burn picked up its stroke to 40 for the good of boxing and
She began her acquatic career as a 7 year old diver, Saturday for the New job switching a spinnaker Shirley Englehorn ........... 7"74-71-223 beats at the 1,200 meter mark to prove WBA unity.
Queen Empress, even-money Yacht Club Cup. from: one side to the other. Kathy Whitwortf ........... 77.76-71-22.
switched to swimming as a 10 year old when her brother favorite of the crowd of 30,717, Judy Torluemke ............. 75-75-74-22. after trailing Laconia-Riverside, George Barton, member of
The .............
cup race was a specialone Caper, a 57-foot-sloop owned Marlene Hagge 72-7t-7( 224
needed swimming as therapy in recovering from a knee op had to settle for third money in Subll Griffin ................ 76-72.77-225- with a 41 beat, up to that point. the WBA executive and cham-
eration. That introduced her to the remarkable age group limited to the five 12-meter by Irving Pratt, won the Astor Judy KImball ............... 7..73-75--226 Down To Wire
the field of Mrs. MiltonErlanger's .. pionship committees, said the
seven as Cup Kathy Cornelius .. ..... 7..7..71-226
two seconds corrected
program the A. A. U. has instituted and also introduced her Rhodie finished sloops.Constellation's by Clifford Ann Creed ......... .- .- -227 Schuylkill Navy also pickedup WBA should demand that Clay's
second ..........
time: over J. L. Madden's Ges- Barbara Romack 7340-75 221
to Debbie Lee, a member of the Santa Clara Swim Club. after setting the early victory was Jo Ann Prentice ............ 71.79,71-228-- and challenged Harvard first defense of the heavyweight
: Donna visited Debbie during Christmas vacations and came pace. her fourth on the New York tune; another 57footsloop. Matinee Jeannette Rector ............ 77-76-76-229 down to the wire. Vesper at 37
Bold Experience, under the Sandra Spuzicti ............. 75-7443-225 championship be against Doug ,
under the influence of Haines, the Santa Clara coach. Yacht Club cruise and her third was third, 23 seconds be. I Sandra Haynla ............. 11.79.70-230 beats, was never in the race. Jones of New York.
lashing drive of Bobby Ussery, Each time American hind the winner. Sheery Wheeler ............. 72-7MO-230 I
straight. Beth Stone ................. 79-n.76-232 The Penn A.C. of Philadelphia Liston should fight Eddie Ter-
: Sports Fanatic scored by Wt lengths Rho- Eagle, unbeaten in her six Murle Llnditrom ........... 79-75-79-232 came with its first national
die another two lengths in frontof Gloria Armstrong .......... 76-75-11-232 rell, ranked as the WBA's No. 3
America's Cup observation trial Seeds Patty Bera ................ 75-77-00-232 title since 1941 when its inter
: fanatic. He Queen Empress. Top Althea Gibson ............... so-74-7*-213xBrlgltte contender, to prove Liston'sshoulder
father is American
Dave Devarona, a sports tests, was runner-up. Varangot ......... 7t777-234 mediate eight-oared team won a
: played tackle on California's Rose Bowl victors in 1937 and Ussery sent Bold Experienceover Eagle won the other two races xMaureen Crum ........... 77-a.77-234 eight-foot decision over the Potomac is completely healed,
I Advance In Peggy Wilson .............. 75.7543-231 Barton said.Barton .
.. pulled an oar on California's Poughkeepsie winners in 1939. the three-quarters of a on the current series. I xCarla Glasgow ............. 74-83-7I1 .. B.C. of Washington, D.C.
He bowed to the inevitable, pulling up stakes from his home mile in 1:09: 3-5 to cut twofifthsof I These races have no bearing' x-Denotes amateur.Tigers the winners were clocked in former president of

I.and business outside of Berkeley and moving to Santa Clara a second off the stake record !on the competition for selectionof Net TourneySOUTH 6:26.4: while Potomac did 6:27.1. the National Boxing Association :

hung up by Affectionately in the U.S. Cup defender which Seymour Cromwell III. 30-( I forerunner of the WBA, :

enters the final trials phase off: ORANGE, N. J. (AP) TopIndians year-old naval architect who i made his suggestions in a letter i
Surtees Gets Pole winner, earning $($,000 to Newport, R.I., beginning Aug.' -Billy Jean Moffitt of Long I won the diamond sculls crownat to Ed Lassman of Miami Beach, I

.. boost her bank account dr$130- 17. Beach, Calif. and Nancy Richey: On Henley, England four weeks WBA president.

340, paid $8.20, $4 and $2.40. Final Races of Dallas, seeded one and two' ago, won the quarter mile dash Clay and Liston recently

RaceADENAU Rhodie, also previously unbeaten The final day races were overa respectively, won semifinals handily in 1:14.1. signed to fight this fall. Clay
: Germany in three starts, returned 16.5 mile triangular course set matches Saturday in the Eastern Rally in 9th The Vesper pair with coxswain took the title from Liston on a

$3.40 and $2.40. Queen Empress on Buzzards Bay in a light Grass Court Championshipsat team of Boyce Budd! and controversial technical knockoutFeb.
$2.20 to show. Orange Lawn Tennis Club. Emery Clark with John Quinnat 25 when Liston claimed he
AP- of Dan Southwest wind. CLEVELAND (AP-Singles)
Germany ( ) ] average m.p.h.
coxswain rowed the fastest had shoulder and
an injured
John Surtees of Britain, driving, Gurney of Costa Mesa, Calif., Bold Experience, bred by the The British trial horse, Miss Moffitt capitalized on a by Gates Brown, Dick McAuliffeand time for this event in could i
fight no
winning more.
an Italian Ferrari, won the pole II driving a Brabham Climax, won Meadow Stable, was rated off Norsabga, was third followed by wicked return of service to Don Demeter in the ninth I

position Saturday for Sunday's the third place in the front row Rhodie's pace to the upper part! Nefertiti and Easterner. down Mrs. Carole Caldwell inning gave Detroit a come-

Grand Prix of Germany on the I of starters with 8:39.3: average of the stretch. Then Ussery let I American Eagle led by 2 minutes Graebner of Santa Monica, Cal- from behind 2-1 victory over
.. the chestnut filly loose. She 8 seconds after the first Cleveland White Sox Defeat
Neurburgring course. I ing 98.3 m.p.h. if. 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. Miss Richey defeated Saturday.

: Surtees surpossed the course Phil Hill of Santa Monica, quickly moved to the frdont and leg of the course. former Wimbledon win- Until the ninth the Indians

: record for Formula One cars' Calif. qualified with a time of widened the gap through the final The second leg was a broad ner Mrs. Karen Hantze Susmanof had seemed assured third
when he drove his red racer! 8:52.7 in a Cooper Climax. Ri' one-quarter mile. Rhodie reach back across the bay and San Antonio, Tex., 6-4. 75. straight victory over the Tigers
held for second, having no Constellation cut American Ea Nats in 10th 9-8
around the 14.17 miles in 8:38.4: chie Ginther of Grenada Hills on on Lee Stange's four-hit
for an average speed of 98.67 qualified in a BRM in 8:57.9 and trouble shaking off the Queen's gle's lead to 30 seconds. There was onlye one break In a fifth inning pitchingand ,, I

miles per hour. Surtees holds Peter Revson of New York in a stretch challenge. The final leg was a run and the first set of the RicheySusman i- run. t

.. the record of 8:47.0: or 96.81 Lotus BRM in 9:13.0. Bold Lad, a stablemate of Constellation caught American match, the ninth game, in Brown led off the ninth with a WASHINGTON (AP) Sin.. walk, two singles and a hit bats

m.p.h., set in last year's race. which Miss Richey hit two key single, went to second on an infield gles by Pete Ward and Dave Nicholson man. Ed Brinkman drove in the

: Official records can only be set service returns and made a out and scored the tyingrun followed by Ron Han- tying runs with a single off Hoyt

in a race. More Records ShatteredIn backhand scoop shot that drew on McAuliffe's single to sen's sacrifice fly in the 10th in- Wilhelm.

One veteran driver Count cheers from the capacity crowdof right. McAuliffe went to secondon ning gave the Chicago White CHICAGO abrhU WASHINGTON.lIr II III'

Carel de Beaufort of Holland, about 3,500.In the throw home and scoredon Sox a 9-8 victory over Washing. H'shb'Ber rf 5 1 0 0 Blas'ame 2b 4 I I 0
Butord 26 11 Valentine If 4220
': was seriously injured when his National AAV Swim the Moffitt-Graebner Demeter's single to left. ton Saturday. well I 2b 1000 King rf 5120
match, there was a single service Dick Phillips' homer with two Ward 3b 5332 Cun'hem 1b 3 2 1 0
.: Porsche rolled over several DETROIT CLEVELAND Skowron tb S001Lock el 312 5
times and he thrown break in each of the first two .. rhM ehrhU out in the ninth had tied the Stephen/ If 2 2 2 2 Brumley c 4010
was out. Nicholson If 2 1 2 1 3b 3 5 0Hanien
Lump I
LOS ALTOS HILLS the world 40fr-meler freestyle sets, Miss Moffitt taking the Jb 4100I4ows.r u 4121 for the Senators and
: He suffered severe head injuries medley relay team Freshen c 4. 2 DaveiHb cf 2021 score ss 3112 Phillips 3b 2111
and was taken to a hospital in (AP)-Records continued fallingin establishing another. record Friday, had a chance to fourth game of the first set and Thome rf rf 310 MtOChanct* Wagner If 4000 forced the game into overtime. Martin Landis ct c 5011 4000. Stenhouse BrlnknVn si p 5 2510 0 1 1
better his 200-meter world Mrs. Graebner the of the G. 1b ISIS Buthardt p 2. 1 0 Hunt pf> 1 D 0
Koblenz. the National AAU Outdoor Those performances brought own eighth Brown j 1 1 Francone: rf 3 0 1 0 The victory nullified a fine Fisher 0
Cash p lOlISlevers ph 1050
Jim Clark of Scotland, defending Swimming Championships Saturday ., the meet record total to 14 in mark Saturday. Schollander second. Mrs. Graebner, who had McAuYfe M 4015Azcue l1l1S.elmon. C 2b 3000 3010 performance by Washington'sDon Wilhelm p 1000 Cottier ph 1000
for the 200 finalin trouble with her first serviceall Dimeter ciWert 4. 2 1 wtlltfleld Totals 40 > 12 I Tetals 44 III i
with breaststroke star Anne qualified easily 1 Lock who drove in five
days which have also ,
world champion, made the 30 IliSMorafi 3/) 4155. I Chicago ......... 200 in 211 1-f
second-best time of 8:38.8, an Bancroft breaking one and the brought five world marks. 2:03.2. day, disintegrated after that! McLln Irutonpit. 1005 2ISIStange p 2055 runs with his 18th homer, two Washington ... .. ..... 152 ill 301 *-I

Santa Clara Swim Club women's Don Schollander, who cracked as the 20-year-old California Gladding p tIle sacrifice flies and a basesloaded I E-None.. DP-Washington L LOB-
Australian Murray Rose got Totals 35212rolaie Mill Chicago 4. Washington 10.
coed student hit winner after
Nothing Wrong in at 2:03.6. Roy Saari of El Detroit ................. 101... 102-1 single. Valentine JB-BMhartft.3a-St.pI\eftS Landis King 12) MR Brumby Ward,
300 Club Swimmers Segundo, Calif., posted the best !winner off her second. Cleveland ._............ 10111. 00-1 Nicholson who batted for (16). Nicholson (12). Lock (It), Phillips
With 'Dancer'NEW Top E-Moren. LOa-Detroit 7. Cleveland, 7. Gene Stephens in the eighth,i (2) SF-Hansen, Lock (2)
qualifying time of 2:01.6. 28-Howser. $8-Demeter. ; IP H R ERtllOBuzhardt
IP H homered off a 3-2 pitch by ....... 5 S 4 4 4 3
YORK AP Horatio Schollander holds the world FranckhauserIs .. RUM Fisher .. ..... I 2 2 I
( ) Carol Estates in Meeter. I McLakt GtaodlngW,4.' ... ,.? 3 1 1 J 2 Frank Kreutzer, putting the Sox Mossl .... 1.3. I II 1 0Willlelm. I
Luro, trainer of Northern Dan record at 1:58.4 but pending recognition 3 1. 0 0 1 II W 4-4 ) l-34. 1 I oBaumann
Stan 2
s,5.a.1).5j.3 1 2 2 1 in front 87.Stephens.
j .. ....
1-3' 0Stenhouse .
heaved loud of relief is 1:58.2 by Germany'sHans Abernathy 2-3. 0 0 .
cer, a sigh I ......
The 300 Club and Carol 300 Club;Wallace Newcomb :300 Club; PB-Aicue. 7-2:44. A.439Marichal had two straight triples !-: .__.. 5 7' S 2 J
Saturday. There is nothing seriously Kenny --. Carol Estates. :44.2 Klein. Improving Hannan 1 2 2 2 0 5
Estates swim teams for the Sox in two L, J-2 21-33
with the competedin 100-yard freestyle relay.f. (Collins. driving Krevtzer .. 2 2 S f
wrong Kentucky novice meet and 1 Plank Simmons Pearson). 300 Club. who In the first and Kline 2-2' I I Ii
a yesterday Miss Bancroft, set a meet Has runs inning, Fisher faced 4 men In 7th.
Derby and Preakness winner. I 10 of the 16 events went to the 1:11.13Oyard record for the 200-meter breast- BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) A scoring on a double play ball HBP-By Fisher (Cunningham BalI.
backstroke. 10-11 Butch Dees.
Northern Dancer received Tom Franck Stenhouse. PB-Brumley./ T-JMJ. IWe
a doctor
300 Club. 300 Club Jimmy Hewze. :tOO Club; Robin stroke in qualifying but lost in attending after leaning off with a triple in I
bump on the inside of his left Results: Stephens Carol Estates; Claire Mc. hauser, Minnesota Vikings pro Back Examined
Kean. Carol Estates. :44 f the final the the third.
foreleg during a workout Thurs %$-yard free. *-7 boys. Steve Shenkel. paced 100-meter. football who suffered Stock Driver
300 Clvb; Jerry Bevis 300 Club Scott >>'INI backstroke. 12-13 Ken Jones. qualifiers with 1:20.0. She low' player a Lock's big bat gave the Sena.
Luro ice Carol Estates David Broyles. 300 Club PITTSBURGH I
day. applied packs. Stephens. Carol Estates.2Syard brain hemorrhage, said Saturday CAP) Juan
free M. Connie CaWwell.! Carol Ronny Plank' 300 Club Don Stephens, ered the record of 1:20.6 set byGermany's tors a 4-3 lead after five inningsbut
Saturday he said the swellinghad Estates Mike, Hentiry. Carol Estates Carol Estates. :43.2200yard the defensive back continues -Marichal, the San Francisco Miles Killed
DeeDee Drylle. 300 Club Jane Stalns- freestyle relay 10-11. (Robin Wiltrud Urselmann Chicago scored two in the
disappeared and the colt Stephen, to show steady improve- Giants' top pitcher with a 15-5
by. 300 Club. M7J. Stephens Connie Cald- in 1962. sixth. Dave Stenhouse walked MONROE, N.C (APStockcar )
well. Ken Jones). Carol Estates. 2:42.4
will be back galloping Wednes. 50-yard free 10-11. Ken Jones. Carol ment. record, underwent extensive
Estates! Wilson Rlggan. 300 Club, RobIn 200-yard freestyle relay 12-13. (Mike examination Stephens with two out, and driver Frank Miles of Monroe
Stephens. Carol Estates. :3S.O Walker. Ronny Plank David Broyies. Two other breaststroke qualifiers Franckhauser removed. for a back ailment balked
was him to second
day.The 50-yard free 1 -1A. Mike Walker. 300 Wallace Newcomb) 300 Club. 3tSJ base. Han- was killed Friday night
flashy 3-year-old, however Club; Homy Plank 300 Club Dawn St.. 300 SO-yard Club freestyle Ricky Plank 1 -,U.300 David Club.Knight also bettered the previous(I from the hospital's serious list I Ii Saturday at Presbyterian Hospital. !.. sen drove in the tying run witha when his car skidded and was
phens. Carol Estates. :37 2 Ricky
is expected to miss a scheduled 25-yard breaststreke. Pam Meaden. Stephens, Carol Estates. M.4 meet record. Claudia Kolb, 14yearold with| his condition listed as goocLl I single and Jim Landis doubted truck by 8l\ Utu dating a
In the Classicat 3C8 Club Scott 50-breaststroke, U-J4. Jimmy grown, 'i
engagement ; Stephens Carol Ettsteti from Santa data viho'
I VUrtft Dee.Xo ,\Vb. :23.t WMtttcteo) Ricky Stephens Carol E*. > Franckhauser was Injured H* bad been complaining of Hansen home.Ward' race.
Arlington Park Aug. 8. He is 25-yard breaststroke. .... St.". Klein. tof* Wednesday making a tackle fa
severe pains.
eligible for the one mile of the, 330: Club A. Plant, Carol Estates Mike 50-yard butterfly 13-14 Ricky Plank a 16th home run off Jim Police said Miles' car went
Hentfry. Carol Estates ftobbfn Cassfn. 300 Club; Janet Brown unattached; J record 2:49.8 for 200metersswam Viking scrimmage. He was listed Tests proved negative and It
Hannan the White Sox a 7- into skid on the second turn of
Jim Dandy at Saratoga Aug. 14 i 300 Club. :2 .7 Ricky Stephens Carol Estates. :31023yard 100 in 1:20.2 while Jan a
with the Aug. 22 running of the -yard breaststroke 19-11, Don Steph Carol Estates backstroke, Steven 67.. Scott Stephens, in critical condition after I was hoped he would take his 4 lead in the top of the seventh the 40-lap race. Several other
Stwnkte. 300 Club Henne of Palo Alto Calif.
ens. Carol Estates Robin ,
Iravers at Saratoga his big immediate Estates Brad KlmllntugtClubl Stephens Carol Nancy Cassin. 300 Club. :2.l was undergoing surgery that night to I regular turn Monday against but the first four Senators in the cars piled into his car before
For Stephen Is coach of the timed in 1:20.4. at the Foothill.
objective. ] Kathy NeufeM. 300 dub. :5U Estates team and E G. (Buddy) Crone Carol relieve pressure caused by the the Pittsburgh Pirates in Forbes bottom of the inning reached Miles, 42, had a chance to get
M-yarg briMUtreU l>u MiU Walk. tutors KM 300 Oub. College 50-meter pool. |1 hemorrhage. I Field.
base against Eddie Fisher on a: outI'

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TKree Tie at TopIn 5' w : Aussies, Mexico


I# Tied in Net MatchMEXICO

Canadian OpenMONTREAL ___

CITY (AP) Rafael -service in the fifth and seventh

Osuna, the reigning U.S. sin games.

MONTREAL (AP) Young out of St. Andrews, HI., came matched par 71 on the rolling gles champion, swept over Aus- He covered the court like a
tralia's Fred Stolle in cat and his
$ Ray Floyd carved out a three- from three strokes off the pace grounds of Pinegrove, while straightsets placements kept
6-2 6-4 and Stolle off balance. His
under-par 68 Saturday and with a'' brilliant front nine over young Floyd forged a five-un- 7-5. Saturday servicewas

moved into a share of the lead the Pinegrove course to catch der-par 31 on the front nine, brought Mexico a split of the at peak fault, while Stolle

with Arnold Palmer and Bill Palmer and the husky Collins, best score for that stretch so far opening singles matches in their doublefaulted a half dozen

Collins, each with 209, after who had shared the halfway in the tourney.He American Zone Davis Cup semi- times, once losing. a game because

three rounds of the Canadian lead at 138.Palmer lost his steadiness along finals. of it.

i I Open Golf Championship. and Collins, a Baltimore -the back nine, however, missingpar Roy Emerson of Australia, In the second set, Osuna

I Floyd, a 21-year-old pro from native playing out ofGrossinger's three times and collecting generally considered the world'sNo.1 trailed 15-40 on his own service

I Fayetteville, N.C. now playing I N.Y., each only one birdie for a 37, two amateur, got the Aussiesoff but came from behind with two

over par.Palmer. to a quick start with an 8-6, aces to win the game and wenton

the Masters' champ 6-3, 6-3 conquest of out-gunned to break Stolle in the Uth

I Friday AL Boxes who won, his first professionaltitle Antonio Palafox. and sewed it up.

The doubles match will be
in this tourney eight years The 10th !game. of the long set

I held Sunday, doubtless match- was delayed about 20 minutesby
ago, was sailing serenely along
m t Night Gamer Pascual p 2000 two under after the first ,ing Osuna and Palafox against rain.
Mincher 1 0 0 0 par .
NEW YORK MINNESOTA ph Emerson and Stolle. The final
If abrhW abilil Totals 35 3 t 2 Totals 14 411 4 I nine when he came acropper.He .
Kubek *i 5 1 1 0/ersalles is 5 e 0 singles in the best-three-of-five
Two out when winning run scored.
Rich'dson 2b 5 1 2 0 Rollins 3b 412 :.w York .... ............. 000 300 000-3nntMta parred the first three holes 28 To ReportAt
Marls rf 3121 Olivi rf 511 .'. .............. 100 000 012-4E coming home but at the eliminations are scheduled Mon
Mantle cf 4010 Killebrew If 4 1 2 par
Tresh If 4 0 0 Allison Ib 413 -Oliva. DP-New York 1. Minnesota I five 13th put his second shot intoa day.The
402 I. LOB-New York I. Minnesota 10. Hawk
Pepitone lb 4011 Hall cf I-- -- opening match, in which Camp
Howard C 3020 Henry c 300 2B-Allison, Hall. Pepitone, Richardson. trap, overshot the green getting .
Boyer 3> 3000 Snyder 2b 200 R-Allison (25) Klllebrew (]6). Palafox was clearly out of his
Downing 4000 Kostro ph 100 IP H R ERBBSO out, came back, chipped on. City Midget ChampionsGainesville
p CHICAGO (AP-The Chicago
r Kindall 2b 0 0 0 fBattey :)owning. U3 .. 12-311 4 4 4scual t depth, lasted only 90 minutes. A
I 10 feet from the then two-
ph 1001 ........ I t 3 3 3 4 cup crowd of 3,500 including President Black Hawks will begin trainingfor
Gory 2b0000 orth'ton. W. 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 1 putted for a double bogey seven. ,
I T-2:43. A-33,490 Ii Building Trades won the City Midget League title last week Adolfo Mateos, looked on. the 1964-65 National Hockey

One Back by defeating Gainesville Shopping Center in the finals. Front row, left are Osuna, Southern Cal student, League season Sept. 8 at St. Ca

First Cam He got one back with a birdie: Joe Labelle Bill Mendenhall Art Lee Paganini and David Cross. Back
DETROIT CLEVELAND Casey quickly showed his dominationof tharines, Onl, General Manager -

Fridayt abrhbi abrhbi. at the short 15th and was par row, from left, are Clint Jenkins, Tim Stringer, John Fuller, Bobby Tucker the second singles match by Tommy Ivan announced Sat-
Thomas cf 4110 Hawser u 1102 the rest of the
Wert: 3b 4000 Davalillo cf 6 0 1 1 way. and Mark Morgan. (Sun photo). sweeping Stolle 6-2, breaking his urday.WANTED.
aline rf 4122 Wagner If 5121 Collins was up and down over
t BoxesMILWAUKEE Demeter Ib 4 0 2 Chance lb 4111
the front nine with three bogeysand
G.Brown If 401 Franccna rf 4210
reehan C 3000 Azcue c 4330 four birdies, and was one Two
Lumpe 2b 4000 Salmon 2b 3211 Upsets RegisteredIn
abrhbi cAuhffe ss 4000Moran 3b 5222 under on the back nine. !
ab r II M A'fitano 2b 3111 Rekow p 0000 Kratick p 0000
Mathews 3b 41 1 McDaniel p 1 CbO Regln p 2110 Bell, p 3022 Kel Nagle of Australia finished
Woodw'd is 1111 Gabr-lson ef 4 0 2 0 Bruton ph 1000
Maye cf 4120 Williams It 4010 Totals _34 3 7 3 Totals 35 121310 with a 66, equallying the

Aaron rf 4313 Santo 3b 4000 ..-::-. .. .... course record and giving him a
Ib 3000 .trait .. .. oca ooo ooo-3 Grass Courts TennisSOUTH MEN-WOMEN
Carty Torre c If 4133 4110 Clemens Banks rf 3100 Cleveland .. .. .... .. ... m 000 43x-1 I 210 total, one stroke back of the

Alou Ib 5000 Schaffer C 2000 E-Thomas. McAulifle. LOB-Detroit !. .
4221 Stewart 2b 1000 leaders.. 52. Prepare Lincoln Service has helped
I Menke ss-3b Cleveland 112BDavahllo. from ages 18 to
DelaHoz 2b 32lORodgerS ss 4011 Salmon Kaline. HR- I Tied at 211 Dan Sikes Jr. for U. S. Civil Service job thousands prepare for these
0 0 0 I! ORANGE N.J. ( ) I Graebner literally wore down failed him. now
Sadowskl p 5 1 2 1 Buhl p Chance (12)). Wagner (26). S Kralick APj I since 1948. It
in this during the tests every year
0 0
Slaughter p 1 0 Fla. openings area
of Ponte Vedra
Roznovsky c 2 1 1 C: Hgwser. SF-Howser.IP H R ERBBSO' Gary ,- Unseeded Clark Graebner of .Froehling a gangling 6-foot-5 The big break in the first set Government positions pay as is one of the largest and oldest

Total 41 13 14 11 Totals 32342 Rakow. U 44 1 2-3 3 4 4 2 2 Player of South Africa and Billy : Ohio and fifth- 'Trinity, Tex. College student. of the high os $446.00 a month to privately onwed schools of its

I Milwaukee ., .. .. ... 221 031 004-13 Regan .,. ..., 1.3 3 1 1 2 2 Casper of Corona, Calif. Sikes Beachwood, 'I. breaksin Ashe-Scott match came hi I provide much kind ond is not connected with
After of service start. They
Chicago .. .. .. .. . 010 010 0303 Hamilton ....... 1 13 7 7 7 1 0 Arthur Ashe of Richmond a trade the 19th Government
Fox .. ...........2.3 0 0 0 1 0 had a third round 68, Player 70 seeded the eighth and ninth of game when the Negro 1 greater security than private the
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\ -Mays. Williams 3BTorre. Menke HBP-By Rakow. Azcue; By Hamilton. UCLA team, hit two vicious returns jobs including list of
The cut-off 225
sending and advanced
Amalfitano. HR-Menke (12). Torre (15). Salmon; By Fox How er; By Bell. Free- was I Davis Cuppers Saturday backhand failed him com Many positions require little or and salaries -fill out
Aaron. (14). hll\ WP-Rakow. Hamilton. T 254. 65 and five amateurs into of service off what was specialized education or ex- positions
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4' 4 3 0 lost the set.
Slaughter 3 DETROIT CLEVELAND WITH GOLFMONTREAL you must pass a test. The competition -
f. Burdette ..... 1.3 0 0 0 0 0 brhbi abrkbiThomas pionships. yourself for these tests.Don't
(AP) Leaders after 54
is keen and in
.. 7 5 4 3 2 There break in some
McDaniel .4 cf 401 Howser ss 4220 was one eachof
holes in Canadian Golf Championship
the Open !
In the second set traded | ACT
they of five delay -
WP-Slaughter. MeDin lei. PB-Torre. umpe 2b 4020 Davalillo cf 2110 : I Graebner eliminated! Frank the other sets in the first cases only one out pass.

7-2:43. A-a.414. Kaline rf 4010 Wagner It 4110 Bill Collins ... ........ ...... 70-4t-71-209 breaks again in the seventh and -
G.Brown If 4111 Chanc Ib 3003 Ray Floyd ............... 73-68-6S-209 Froehling No. 2 seed from Cor- game of the second set and the LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 89
Twilight Came Cash Ib 4121 Francona rf 3000 Arnold Palmer .............. 71-67.71-2091 eighth games. In the 12th game
HOUSTON NEW YORK McAuiitfe IS 4 o 1 0 Azcue C 4 0 1 0 Kel Nagle ...............73-71-44>l>-210; al Gables, Fla., 19-17,7-5,11-9; in netted two forehands seventh game of the third. Pekin Illinois
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Lillis ss 4010 Klaus 2b 4020 Demeter ph 1 0 0 0 Moran 3b 3020 Gary Player ... .. ........... 72-69.70-211 a before missing a gamble at a Billy of Long am very (2) Informationon
.I Fox) 2b 4010 Hunt 3b 3011 Roarke c 2000 Ramos p 3000 Dan Sikes. Jr .. ............ 73-70-4J-211 ed defending champion Gene I Beach, Calif. and Nancy Richey : A list of U.S. Government positions and salaries;
Spangler If 4000 Elliot If 4 0 0 r re'h'n ph-c 2000 Bob Verwey .. .............. 7O-71.71-21 down-the-line halfvolley.The how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job.
Bond Ib 2000 Chr-pher rf 4 1 1 0 I 2000 Scott of St. James, N.Y. 11-9, 6- of Dallas seeded first and
Sparma p Jack Nicklaus ............. 70-72.71-213 second -
Gaines rf 0000 Can'zaro cOO 0 0Alpro'nte Bruton 1000 ... ........... Nome . Age . .
pn Keemit Zarley 72.72-6J-21- i 6-4. break . . . . . .
3b 3 0 0 Altman$ If 4000 Totals: 33212 Totals 30403 .............. 71.74069-211 key in the final set respectively, in women'splay
Jay Hebert Phone . .
: White ef 3000 Gonder c 3 0 2 r Street . . . . . .
7... 000 100 010-2 .Howie Johnson ... .......... 71.75-63-211 came in the last whenFroebling's won their semifinal match- .
Grot c 3000 Thomas Kranep'l ph Ib 3 1 0 0 0 0 f f etroit.Ieveland, 201 001 OOx-4 Moe Norman .. ............. 72.7549-213 I Ashe, who knocked off top-, game I City . . . . . State . ,
S Larsen p 1000 .Rex Baxter ... ............ 70-69.76-21:l forehand once again eSt
Roberts ph 1 0 0 0 Hlckman( rf 1 1 2 1 tLary 1McMillan E-Kaline. lOB-Detroit ,. Cleveland 6. Gibby Gilbert .............. 67-7H4-21S seeded Dennis Ralston earlier in i -
f ss 31 28-Howser. Wagner. Salmon Azcue. Bruce Crampton ............ 7669.7121 and Graebner
p 4021 R-Cash (16). G. Brown (12). SF -' Jim Ferreo ... .. ............ 7" -71-21t the tournament, ,
Totals 0 1. Totals :34 3 11 : :hance.I Bob Shave Jr. ............. 68-74.74-21 whose victims included Davis

Houston ... .. ......... ... 000 000 000-0 I IP H ERBBSO Bob Bruno .. ............... 71-74-77-Jr I 7.
New York .. ... . .. OOP 010 Ol -3 parma. L. 3-4 .. i 5 4 3 2 3 Chuck Courtney............ 71.73-73-21 Cup player Marty Riessen, will
Sherry .. ... .. 2 3 0 0 1 3 Al Gelberger .. ... ......... 70-74-73-2K
Woodeshlck. LOB-Houston 3. New o..c. W." -S-l ..79-31 2 2 0 9 _Rob__ "Harrison_"'n"' 0-_ - __ 7ik491.__ _. ._ _... meet for the title Sunday.Queen's .
York 10.ZIChrlstophr.. AAcMahon : 11-30 0 0 0 2
Hickm.n WP-Sparma (2). T-2:34. A-25.571. Look out!
Larsen. L. 1-4 .. 7 0 2 2 2 !2
Woodeshick .1 3 1 1 0 1 Twilight Game Home
Lary. W. 2-3 .. t 2 0 0 1 3 BALTIMORE KANSAS CITY
Larsen faced one man In Itn. brhbi obrhM
HBP-By Larsen (Huntj By Lary Brandt cf 5110 Tartabull If 4000
Bond). T-2:10. Apariclo ss 4001 Camp'n's 3b 4 0 1 0
Johnson Ib 5012 Causey ,ss 4000
Reds' WinST.
Second Game B. Rob'n 3b32llColavitO rf 3111 Brings
HOUSTON NEW YORK Bowens rf 4010 Gentile lb 2010 Barracuda will
abrbbi ab r h M E. Rob'n If 2 1 1 0 Jimenei If 3000
Lulls ss 4020 Klaus 2b 3121Spangler 0 Powell If 2011 Bryan C 3000
If lOliHUnt 3b 2000 Adair 2b 4021 Green 2b 3000
Roberts Ib 4 0 1 0 Kanehl 3b 2 0 0 0 Brown c 2110 O'Don'hue p 1 0 0 0 LOUIS (AP) Rookie Marty Keough's pinch
Herdyci 4000 Altman If 411 1 3100 Hanson ph 1 0 0 0 single'l
Gaines rt 4000 Chris'her rf 3010 Bunker p Aluslk ph 1000 Mel Queen, a .171 hitter, cappeda ruined Bob Gibson of the

Aspre'nle 3b 3 0 2 0 Hlckman rf 0 0 0 0 Totals :34694 Totals 30131 five-run seventh with a three- who took a 3-1 lead into

White 2b 4000 3111 Kranep'l Elliot cf Ib 4132 3110 Baltimore ............. 100 111 112-6 run homer to give Cincinnati a ning. in-I
Grote c ...
3 1 1 0 Kansas City ....... 000 000100-1
johnsrn Fox ph p 3000 0100 McMillan Cannlz'ro as c 4131 E-None. DP-Baltimore 1. Kansas City 6-5 victory over St. Louis Satur- Queen, son of former major I

Fisher p 4011 1. LOB-Baltimore 7. Kansas City 2. league pitcher Mel Queen, had I getyouifyoudon'twatchout
Totals M 1 7 1 Totals 32 4115 2B-Br.nat. E. Robinson. Campanens day.Five

Houston .. ... .. ... oil Ott elo- Gentile HR-B. Robinson (IS). Celavito straight hits, Including hit only ene previous homer in I
Tow York ....... .- 100 014 OOx-4 (2.S. SB-Brown. SF-Aparicio the majors. I
Aspromente. DP-Houston 3. lOB- IP H R ER IB $Q I Don Pavletich's double and I
Bunker. W. 2-2 t 3 1 1 1 4 The Cardinals made it close
Houston 5. New York 6. U ,., 4 4 3 3 1 0 I
JB-Canniziaro, Christopher. HR-Grote O'Doooghue.Stock .. ... ..... 2 0 0 0 0 4 I with two runs in the seventh. I
IS). Kraneoool- T (4) SB-Klaus. $-Mc. Drabowsky ..... 2 4 1 1 3 Aaron Belts
Millan. Pfister .. .. 1 1 Z Z Z I Tim McCarver, Charley James I
IP H R ERBBSO (Robinson). HP-Pfiser. i !
HBP-By Stock and Curt Flood singled in
Johnson. L. Ml 51-30 5 S 2 0
Raymond .. .12-33 1 0 0 0 T-223. HR to adlBraves' succession against reliefer Bill I I
Nottebart ..1 1 0 0 0 1Flsh.r.
W. '-12. 7 2 2 2 J McCool. :
HBP-By Johnson (Christopher). T- Night came
MO. A-17.559 BALTIMORE KANSAS CITY Win Lou Brock then walked, forcing II

abrhbi abrhbi Ellis
in a run. Sammy relieved -
Night Game Brandt cf 5111 Causey. 4011.
CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS Aparlcio M 51 1 Charles 3b 4221 and forced in another run .
abrkb4 abrhbl Johnson Ib 4021 Colavito rf 4000 CHICAGO AP) Hank Aar- Groat be-
Rose 2b 5111 Flood cf 5100 Sirb'n ph-lb 0000 Harrelson If 4 1 1 0 with a walk to Dick
Pinson cf 4022 Brock If 4022 B.R'b'son 3D 5 0 0 0 Gentile Ib 3110 ,on hit relief pitcher Lew Burdette's fore retiring dangerous Ken I
R'blns'n rf." 3121 Groat 512 0
ss Bowens rf 401 Edwards c 3111
Johnson 1Mb 4012 Maxvill pr 010 0 E.R'b'son If 3 0 1 0 Ca'p'n'ris ss 4 1 1 2 first pitch in the eighth Boyer and Bill White. II
Perez Ib 3000 Boyer 3b 501 0 Powell ph-lf 1 0 0 Mathews cf 4132 inning for a home run and the I
2000 White Ib 311 I
Keo'gh ph-rf
Adair 2b 4110 Bowsfield p 2 0 1 0 CINCINNATI ST.LOUIS
Povletich c 5 1 2 0 Shannon rf 401 0 Brown c 4333 Alusik ph 1000 Milwaukee Braves went on to ahrh all h bi
5 2 2 0 412 1 '
Cardenas ss Javier 2b
4 McNally p 2000 Jimenez ph 0000 Rose 2b 4010 Flood cf 4110
8-4 the
\ Bores 3b 31 OMcCarver c .021 0000 an victory over Chicago
Barber p lOlOTartb'Iph-If Pinson cf 4011 Brock If 4221
Tiltourls Purkey p p 3111 10)0 James Rich'dson ph p 0 100 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 4 11 6 Totals 33 7 11 7 Cubs Saturday. Robinson rf 4 0 0 0 Groat is 3002 - 424I .

Skmnor ph lOSSHmphr'ysl Nan out When winning run scored. Johnson If 4000 Boyer 3b 4021

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Warwick ph 1 6 1 0 Kansas City ... .._... lOt OM Ml-7E 111'1111I abrhbi Rule 3b 1010 Shannon rf 4000
Totals 31 7111 Totals 31 111 4 Mathews 3b 4 1 1 1 A'Hitano 2b Sill Pavletich c 3 1 1 0 Javlor 2b 4000
-Gentil* Mathews. Cardenas M 4 1 2 1 McCarver c 4 1 3 0
Cincinnati: .. ............. 050 010 '-' DP-Baltimore 1. Kansas City 0. LOB- Boiling 2b 1110 GabrMson rf 4 0 0 0 Bores 36 2110 Gibson p 2000
St. Louis .. .......... .. SOS Ill 001-4 Baltimore 7. Kansas City 7. Maya cf 5110 Stewart ph 0000 Keough rf 2111 James ph 1110 i _
Aaron rf S 2 3 2 Williams If 4110
2B-E. Robinson. Johnson. Harrelson Jay p 1 0 0 0 Skinner ph 1000Queen I
E-Javier. White. Cardenas (3) DP- >arles. Campanons. 38-Mathews. HR- Carty If Sl32Santo3b 3009 I
St Louis 2. LOB Clnclnnat Torre Soil Santo Ib 4011 ph 1113 -I
Cincinnati 1. c
Brown 2 (I) Charles (11) -Aparicio
St. Louis t.IIJohllsen McNaliy. SF-Causey Alou Ib 4000 Cowan cf 3011 Ellis J .Vo! Totals :S4S104 I
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Pinson. Cardenas. Menke s-3b 301 c 4000
I 3BJ.vler.Slannon.. SF- ...... .. 71-3 IP H I R 4 ER 3 BBSOMcNaliy 2 3 OeLaHoz 2b 2100 Rodgers ss 3110 Cincinnati .. .. .. .. .. . 001 NO 504-6 PAA I
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Drabowsky ..... 1 1 0 O. Brock White. I-J.y. G'oat.
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Cuellar .. 2 2 0 0 1 1 Wyatt. W. 07 .... 1 2 1 1 1' 1 I" H RERBOSO ,
Humphreys ..... 4 5 2 2 Z Miller faced 3 men In 1th.HBP Miiwavkes..... ... .. .. 100 200 112-I i Jay ... 4 4 3 3 1 4 : It's a new kind of look with sports car appeaL With bucket seats up front and a flip-down
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Night Game OP-Chicago 1. LOB-Milwaukee 7, ChIcago Gibson.L.$4.l. .. .. 1 S 0 0 1 look like lot of
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Wills ss 4140 Gonzalez cf 4 i 3GHtiam 0 BOSTON LOS AN ELISabrhbi -Modgers. Amai'iteno. HRMathews T-l:33.
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T.Davis If 4011 Allen 3b 321 0 Lemaster ... .. 4 S 3 2 3 4 '
Howard rf 4010 Covington If 2000 Y'trze'skl rf cf 5110 3 0 0 0 Power Fregosi 3b ss 400 413 0 0 Spahn .. ..... 2-3 2 1 1 1 0 WANTED You can have a 273-cu.-in. V-S engine or you Probably the most surprising thing about the
Fairly Ib 3000 Johnson ph 100 0 Blfsa'ime, W. 3-2 2 1-3 0 0 0 2 1
Oliver 2b 3010 Wine ss 000 1 Stuart Malzone Ib 3b 3111 3110 Smith Adcock rf-lf Ib 413 401 0 1 Jackson 2'3' 4 3 1 5 : can have your choice of two sixes-the 170Barracuda is the price. So much car, so much
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Griffith ph 1000 Dalrymple c 3 0 1 2 0
Camllll c 2010 Taylor 2b 200 0Rsseboro MePes Norton If If 0000 3110 Rodgers Piersatl cf c 401 401 I 1 McDaniel Els ton ............ 230 I 0 2 1 'i USED GUNS cu.-in. is standard, the 225cuin. is optional. pep at a price so low you'll just be amazed!
ph 1 0 0 0 Baldschun p 1 0 0 0 3013 KnooD 2b 411 1 0 4 2 2 0 0
Bressoud ss F. Burdette ....1 0 0 0 I 0
Moeller p 2000 Amaro ss-lb 3 0 1 1 20 1 Gatewood p 1000
Tillmen\ c
Walls ph 1000 Short p 200 0 Lemaster faced 2 men In 7th. Hardware
3000 Kelso 100 I Rice-Grose
Mon'q'te p p McDtniel facet 4 men in ,th. I w
Moon ph 1000 Rojas 2t 100Totals 0
Williams 1 0 0 0 Pe'rs'n ph-rf 200 0
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06 Gainesville Sun Sunday August 2, 1964.

MARKET. n r "'Election Market' Ahead I

REPORT By THOMAS E. MULLANEY ment without a strike, though' worried about anything in the longevity of the current
I REVIEW Financial Editor the bargaining could be stale- Washington on price in- I boom. It means that the economy -
: VT Nimbi iTnrk Qlimra mated by serious differences' creases." up to this point, has not

; NEW YORK After exhilarating between labor and manage- Roger Blough, chairman of I built up excesses.
performances in the first ment over working rules United States Steel, said two One of he most encouraging

half of the year, the stock market changes.A days earlier that "prices certainly I aspects of the present pictureand -
and the economy lost a lit. generous automotive pact aren't at the level they probably the most signifi-
Homes le momentum last month. not only would set up an inviting -i should be." II cant is the big bulge in capital

Quality on DisplayFour Nevertheless nothing suggests target for labor negotiatorsin ; Economists are still wary spending throughout industry.
other industries but also
the great bull market in stocksis about the appearance of an excessive Such expenditures this year

-.-.>_.."""' ...- ,.-' -.N..N._ faltering after 42 months of could ignite serious cost in- I rate of inventory ac- are expected to run 12 per cent
of Gainesville's leading growth. creases and price increases cumulation later this year above 1963. Last week's report

builders open eight brand new i -throughout the economy. when economic activity accelerates showed machine tool ordersin
view is that for
prevalant I
quality homes to the public at iA Even before the auto talks as it normally does in June, usually a month of
the next few months investorswill
2 p. m. today in Suburban r : ... are concluded, the steel indus-'the fall. The moderate rate of downturn, vaulted 37 per cent
see an "election market,
Heights, located off the Old Mil- :with stocks try is thinking in terms of higher inventory building in the first above May to $161 million, the

hopper Road in West Gaines- prices prices. Evidently some steel half of the year much less highest volume in eight )'ears.
ville. swingWeek men feel the strong steel market than economists had predictedsix This news made machine-tool
Participating in the Home ing largely in will bear a price rise. months ago was one of issues the stock market standout -
Show with two model homes response tides to political toward in Edward F. Martin, chairmanof the salient developments that all week. Other news that

each are builders Fred Mason, higher Business Bethlehem Steel, threw out has prevented runaway economic helped a late week rally included .
W. P. Ridgway, A. W. Fletcher in No- the most significant and surprising activity and price pressures the continued stream of t
and V. Q. and Gerald Mc- prices hint on the price situation so far. fat corporate profits and nota-
when he told newsmen: This in turn augurs well for ble dividend reports.
Coy.The homes, designed by the There are, to "We aren't satisfied with our 'Itb
of Goldwater
be hosts
builders, range from contem- earnings, not by any means. In
porary to colonial style and offer supporters in the market, justas view of our costs and capital :
4. ; there are backers of President Pierce
the most modern equipment commitments, we are constant ,.
available. Johnson but several respected -, ly looking at the price situa C orp.- -
"Many extras can be observed Wall Street observers tion." 33V2 N. MAIN $T. :iHQN.E Ij li9-

where the subcontractorshave maintain that stock prices in Asked if he thought a changeof Members New York Sfdefc; _Ixlcnangf :

displayed their personal coming months will act inversely administrations in Washington ....;;...;:
talent," says Mason. "Theyare to the Arizona senator'selection might affect a pricing decision -

not just the ordinary ex-; prospects.The he replied: "I'm not
tras." I. market's boom has been MODERNIZE
Mason, spokesman for the : widely labeled the "Johnsonmarket"
listed few of the dis-! > A f_ _
group, a < because the strengththat No ConventionPlan
tinguishing features in the Suburban -i & "' developed following the YOUR FIGUREWORK
Heights homes: Eight new quality model homes in Suburban Heights go on Public display at shock of President Kennedy's for Jackie

The beautiful and unusual 1- 2 p.m today. death was rooted in wide public WITH THE
family room in one of Bill saf.
confidence in the new President WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs.
Ridgway's models, featuringbeam the early American paneled Mason's own enclosed The homes will be open from and his policies. John F. Kennedy never plannedto
ceiling and wall paper and family room in his other home. swimming pools in both his 4 to 7 pm. during the remain- Fears that Goldwater would attend the Democratic National BEAUTIFUL f.
the exquisite powder room in I Gerald McCoy's Spanish models plus the dressing room der of the week. introduce drastic changes in Convention in Atlantic '
his other model.A. style "Rancho Grande" model in one model featuring a large Suburban Heights, is located government policy economicas City later this month and still NEW! REMINGTON
W. Fletcher's beautiful typical of the early Southwest marble topped vanity, two gold across Northwest 43rd Street
well political and inter- has plans to attend sources
two-story colonial model with and his other Lshapedhome decorated lavoratories and mirrored : -I for WP-*--"rland and Palm. as
II national the belief close to the Kennedy family
two bedrooms on each floor andCounty's with the colonial touch. wall. (View Estates.Reischauer's. IMEY ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE'
that his election would affect said Saturday.
the stock market. There had been speculationthat New efficiency new economy new elegance enter your
Among economic uncertainties the widow of the assassi- office with the Remington Model 4 Adding Machine. You get fast
addition, subtraction, division and credit
Jobless Rate Slabber InsaneTOKYO is the outcome of the cur nated president would return I balance answers with amazing multiplication! Thanks to the Dexterity
rent automotive wage negotia from a Mediterranean cruise in Keyboard Power Controls and exclusive advanced

(AP) Tokyo authorities tions. The talks are moving into time for the convention. operating features.For ... .
said the crucial period where These reports circulated before beauty and versatility there is nothing th? *"* the new
Lowest in StatePersons Saturday they Remington Model 4 10-Key Adding Machine! $169.50] |lus tu
Among have decided not to prosecutethe management will learn the President Johnson publicly
Japanese youth who stabbedU.S. "hard core" union demandsand eliminated from vice presidential -
Ambassador Edwin how much it will take to consideration Mrs. Kenne-
without jobs fell in Prescott said that at present -al years was in August, 1961, i Reischauer last March because O. satisfy them. dy's brother-in-law, Atty. Gen. I
number to the lowest point in the service is filling 75 to when 1,000 persons were j job tests show the 19-year-old was The odds still favor a settle- Robert F. Kennedy. All DaySATURDAY MORGAMTypewriter
several in June, when
years 80 per cent of the jobs referred less. This was about 3 per cent mentally unbalanced.The .
almost 99 per cent of the Ala-
chua County labor force was at to it, and has no qualified of the work force.In decision reportedly was I Established Florida stock brokerage firm is in the "Serving Central Florida i

work.In applicants for the remainder. the month of June, the reached after a psychiatric ex process of expanding retail sales. Interested in For Your Since 1935" +

June, it is estimated about Prescott explained the coun number without work has been amination showed that the as- licensed registered representatives who desire op- ShoppingConvenience Complete Line of ,,1I
300 persons were without jobs. ty's low jobless rate as a com 300 this year, 450 in 1963 550 sailant, Norikazu Shiotani, was portunity in a growing area. Write qualifications and Office Supplies
In May, the number was 400 bination of factors. in 1962, 850 in 1961, 450 in 1960 suffering from a severe case of requirements to Box 491-A, Care of Gainesville Sun. I 901-903 N. MAIN ST.
the lowest figure since before Most important factor is the and 500 in 1959. schizophrenia.
the 1959 national business large labor force which is in For the past 12 months, the w
slump. government work. This is very highest number without jobs
The work force is about 32.- stable.In was 600 in July, August and
250 persons. This does not include addition, business has September, 1963. The number
migrant farm workers or picked up in crate manufacturing -dipped to 450 in November, rose
students on summer vacation. and clothing industries, to 550 by February, then be-
Estimates are by the Florida -which had some workers idle gan to fall again.
State Employment Service, earlier this'year -- The Alachua County labor
a division of the Industrial Com The jobless rate probably will force is estimated at about it'sNext
mission. begin to rise this month, as it 32,250, of which more than 25,.
Alachua County's jobless rate has every July for several 000 are wage and salary work
of 1.1 or 1.2 per cent is the years. I' ers. Of these, half work for I
lowest among the state's major Normally, unemp 1 o yment governmental agencies or the i I .
counties. The statewide j jobless reaches peaks in late summer; University of Florida. I
rate is about 4.6 per cent. and mid-winter and touches More than 4,000 work in retail -
Ralph. Prescott, manager of lows at the end of spring and and wholesale trade, about
ihe employment service office start of fall. 3,000 in manufacturing, 2,000 in
in Gainesville, said there is For several years, the peaks services, 1,500 in construction,: Sunday August 9th 2 8
a labor shortage in some areas. and lows have fallen lower and and the remainder in various'! p.m. p.m.

"We're getting more jobs lower, in an annual downward other occupations. !
than we can fill, because we trend of unemployment.The About one of every three
don't have the people for them," highest number with- persons living in the county is I a* the Renewood Subdivision Located ate
he said. out work in a month in sever. at work. I Ii1WtrtmlfjfwImf@W.mrftW' Sp tAtIOHotpo

( Es 3300 Block of N.W. 28th Ave.

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ATTENDS SEMINAR I ses, said Mrs. Lester, enroll CONTEST
Joe Boone, 1406 N.E. 12th ment will be limited. She said Lester E. Coleman, 3712 SW: I
Ter., recently attended a national -the course shows the increas- 19th St., sales representative i
sales seminar of the In- ing awareness of new business for Shaw Barton calendar: Co-Sponsored by the
ternational Swimming Po o 1 techniques among Gainesville and specialty advertising firm'i

Corporation in Roslyn Heights, business people. of Coshocton, Ohio, has been I i .. Gainesville Home Builders Associationand ,
N.Y. He is associated with Sud- FIRM CHARTERED named among the prize win-,
den Service Inc. and is area One-Hour Cleaners, Inc., P. ners in a sales contest conduct! I
dealer for Futura pools. 0. Box 716, Gainesville, rec- ed by the firm for its nationwide !
AUTO SALESMAN ently received its charter, according sales force. I!
The Gainesville Junior Woman's Club

Dave Bowmaneteran to Secretary of State Coleman will receive merchandise r I
Gainesville area automobile Tom Adams. awards for his sales I
salesman has joined the Hawes The company has been auth- 'achievement. ;1 ,
Powers Motor Co., local orized to sell 250 shares of com- Coleman has been associated I
Chrysler Plymouth dealer, mon stock of no par value. with Shaw-Barton since I:. '-
where he will sell both new Incorporators are W. E. 1959. I Admission 50c
and used cars.Bowman Van Winkle, Sr., Arline Sher-
was formerly associated rod, and Helen Van Winkle, all SEARS CATALOG I,
with Shaw and Keeter of Gainesville. Reflecting the increasing significance -,: &;

and the University Chevrolet NEW THEATER of catalog shopping, ; WHEN WITH PARENTS '. .. \1
Co., in both new and used Plans are being made to Sears, Roebuck and Co. announced N\yF

car sales. Long-tune residentsof build a new Florida State The- that its new FallWinter ALL PROCEEDS TO THE : QlSS
Gainesville, the Bowmans ater in Gainesville, accordingto
book is larger, more color- '
live at 1470 S.E. 23rd Avenue.! Bill Duggan, manager of the I
IBM TRAINING i iHowell's Florida Theater, Gainesville'smember going to more :.
Business College, 218 of the state-wide Florida than any other catalog in the ,, ,

W. University Ave., will offer State group. company's 78-year history. I II I FREE PRIZES .0' ,
special courses to train IBM Duggan could give no details Now being distributed, the:, ,,,TI, ,
machine key punch operators concerning the new building, 1964 Fall-Winter general catalog )i I
starting In September.The except that it would probablyseat :, I j
courses will feature both about 1,200. -Weighs in at five pounds J I'! ,- '. 9 I
the 024 and 026 series ma. New Florida State theatersare and 12 ounces, and contains a : -' 1,
which designed for also being planned for Ft.I record '
chines, are 1,764 pages 110 more i i 0 \
bookkeeping and data processing Myers, St. Petersburg and than last year. | i
Daytona, he Indicated.
The, according to SALES CONTEST I comprising-Has 594 more full than color one-third pages, !. This is "the" PARADE OF HOMES presented by the Gainesville.PRESENTED BY

Mrs. Mary Lester, school di- Elmo E. Beville, represen- of the book. Home Builders Association. This organization is affiliated with H, Inc. McKinley Construction
rector, will require students to tative here of the Lincoln National -Will reach 11 million fami--
attend from 8 until 9 p.m. Life Insurance Companyand i lies across the nation, compared the National I Association and is committed to the code of ethics Quality Builders G. M. DavisKirkpatrick
five days a week for six a member of N. P. Oglesby -' with 10 million last year. i Ridgway Construction and Pierson
months. & Associates, Jacksonville,1 The increased size and circulation that substantiates a high degree of dependability and professional -
The courses are designed, has' been named a winner in the Company said, are : T. D. ZetrouerHugh Tommy Ridgell

said Mrs. Lester to train stu the company's recent nation. tangible evidence of the grow.i methods. o' -; .' .. Edwards, Inc. Macoma Homes
dents to handle bookkeepingchores wide President's' Month sales tog popularity of catalog shop-'
for larger companiesand contest, according to an an-' ping. New methods of catalog: Th. James Company Young America Homes
business firms by operatingthe nouncement by Henry W. Per- shopping and distribution account ;
IBM machines.Due sons, senior vice president and for the continuing trend'
to the nature of the cour- director of agencies. the company pointed out. j'j


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Sunday, August 2, 1964 GainesvilU Sun SA
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i Our 'Strike Out' in the Congo 11 h ""

; :ry, L "IFINE '
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] By CLARK MOLLENHOFF :the Senate Internal Security ,:: P
,; t Cowles Washington Bureau State Department Subcommittee in 1962 dealing I governments had started doing .

] ,WASHINGTON, D.C. Mi- with the efforts of the State their fence mending. .
hel Struelens Now Woos Tshombe Aidestruggle The State : .1 ( >
| only a shortjime Department to discredit Struel Department even
; ago scorned by the State ens and to bar him from the rejected a request by Senator'j

Department, is now the objectf and seldom have high assistant secretary of state for United States. It took all of the Dodd to meet with Tshombe in JfLT

great White House attentionas officials of government been African affairs, G. Mennen Wile force of the Senate subcommittee London to set the stage for!!. .. .
a result of the rise of Moi- I force the more friendly relations with the
forced to make such a com liams, and the then deputy as- to out facts that ,
se Tshombe in the Congo. plete reversal of form as in sistant secretary of state for disclosed that Struelens had not African leader. i

Struelens has been received the Struelens case. public affairs, Carl Rowan, took been making any pay-offs, and It was not until Tshombe; .
at' the White House, winedand It was in 1961 and 1962 that the unusual step of making had in fact used almost all of had actually become prime minister -J:
dined at the State Department the State Department adopted a strong public speeches attack the money available to him on that the State Depart I AEe't

and given a personal .letter sharp anti-Tshombe position at ing Struelens and insinuatingthat salaries, and office, and transportation ment was moved into affirmative -! : t/::
for hand delivery to Congo a time when Tsbombe was pres- he had $140,000 that he had in connection with his steps to heal the wounds. '
Prime Minister Tshombe. ident of the Katanga Province'I distributed around the countryas duties for Katanga and Tshombe. Now the effort is frantic.

1 Seldom in the operations of in the Congo and Struelens was pay-offs to win support for Last week, Struelens was in
our State Department has there his Washington representative.Some Tshombe in Congress and in During that period of time Washington as representative of
been a poorer job of guessing high officials of the other forums. there were some peacemaking Tshombe. He was received at,

,_on the outcome of a power State Department, including I There were hearings before efforts after the cruel cuts the White House for a long conference !
to Struelens, but one high with McGeorge Bun- S1Ml-:: ANNUAL
State Department official con- dy, special assistant to President -:
I tinuted to insult him inper- Johnson for national security -
!son and went so far as to rudely affairs. Bundy was not I t
Voice of the People refuse to shake hands with one of those directly involved i iin ,

!him. At the time it was felt any of the earlier slights to :
!that there was no point in making -Tshombe or Struelens. He went'I I
peace with a Belgium national -out of his way: to clear his"
50n The Sun's Opinion Page who was serving as a pub- schedule for the meeting. '!. S "fitr
lic relations adviser and representative Assistant Secretary: of State :" .ys MEN'S WEAR
for Tshombe-a man Averill Harriman cancelled a I : <.. .s
I Opinions end ctmmtnta .f Sun readers art welcome in the Vice of the People column. Letters
must be signed end beer the writer's Address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot our government was helping to long-standing luncheon appoint
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the peper. Poetry cannot bo used. The drive from power. ment to make room for lunch.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or The U. S. effort was then with Struelens. He went out of
intent. fully behind moves to elevate his way to be cordial and ,to I ..

'homeless citizens of the About the year 1924, there be- Cyrille Adoula to head the Congo explain some of his own personal I
Will We .
RejectThe'Conditions' world." gan a great exodus toward government and to crush the feelings that were not inl, !: :,'. SUITSWere

? When World War I came Connecticut, the Catskills, independence of Tshombe in agreement with the "crush I

along, their "professors stop- northern New Jersey and Katanga with U.N. troops. Tshombe" mood of other department -,I Now
EDITOR, Sun: Some time ped talking about the inter- Bucks County, Pennsylvania. When the Congo was restored officials only a few $45.00 to $95.00 35.00 tO $65.00
national republic of letters Many of those former expa- to its independence a month months earlier. I''
I read "Exile's Return"
ago and began preaching patrio- triates took part in it; and ago, it was apparent that Tshom- Harriman wrote a personal!
I by Malcom Cowley and I saw tism." Many of these writers soon the long process of exII be was the man most likelyto note to Tshombe for hand delivery -, SPORT COATSWere

,: not only a picture of the entered ambulance service in ile and return was resumed head the government. by Struelens.
maladjusted writers of the foreign nations. This ambu- almost in the form of Prime Minister Adoula was unable While some State Department '
$35.00 to $65.00 Now 25.00 $55.00
'20's but also a picture of lance service "and the a mass migration I to rally the strength to con- officials are adjusting to the tO

today's liberal who believesin French military transp o r t Do you see the long process tinue after the U. N. droppedits new attitude on Tshombe, thereare ,I

change just for the sake were college-extention courses these writers went shield. some government officials I
of change, whether change is for a generation of writ- through? They had exiled Since then the State Depart- who are having a difficult time FURNISHINGS
't for the better or not ers" and taught them "to regard themselves to Europe to escape ment has been frantically try adjusting. Senator Dodd had'
as vices the civilian American culture and ing to mend fences through written President Johnson warn REDUCTIONS 50
Most of the maladjusted virtues of thrift caution and their regional peculiaritiesonly Senator Thomas Dodd, Dem -I ing that the remnants of the ': up to %

writers of the '20's returned sobriety" and "to fear bore- to return later to live Conn., who was one of the few old anti-Tshombe feeling still

from exile from the Bohemian dom more than death." in provincial communities, to U. S. officials who retained a exist among some high State

cult and the cosmopolitan After the war, some of take roots again in small friendly relationship with Department officials, and that
life of Paris which these writers settled in Man- regions. Tshombe and with Struelens every effort should be made

they had vainly attempted to hattan, and with hosts of others Malcoln Cowley tells of the throughout the entire two year to prevent these men from have I ..
adopt, from the aimlessnessof gave birth to Greenwich suicides of Hart Crane and power struggle. ing any part in dealing with r
life and years of wander- Village; others settled in Harry Crosby. The latter's Several months ago, Senator Tshombe or Struelens in the!
ing in a spiritual desert Paris. What might be called suicide symbolized the decayof Dodd tried to warn the State future. :
from the years of ennui and the Bohemian cult arose in the late twenties, the Department that Tshombe was President Johnson has written
wasted effort to the set Paris and soon the writers "whole order with which he the man who would undoubtedly to Dodd assuring him that

tled life of smaller American there and in Greenwich Vil- had been identified, "be- head the Congo govern- he is aware of the problem of,
communities, to the disci- lage were living its way of cause: "The lost generationhad ment. However, his warnings,the anti-Tshombe group, and'I: I
pline of a working and earning life. Europe as a place of ex- ceased to deserve its went unheeded and the State that he has taken steps to deal;
society, to the purpose of ile for writers was first used name; the members of it had Department rejected a visa for with the Congo only through: "! SOUTH MAIN CTn:: EET II

working for a goal. Whether by the Russian men of liter- either gone under, like Crosby Tshombe to visit the United persons who can be trusted not I

today's liberal can sometimein ature, whom the American and Crane after him, or States at a time long after the to sabotage our Congo relations I
the future return from ex- writers of the '20's often rub- else had found their placesin French, British and Belgium again.
ile from the alien ideologies bed elbows with. Joyce and the world."
and mirages of Utopia Eliot became the literary The author states near the

is something tomorrow'sworld saints of the American 'ex end of the book that, "every

will witness."Exile's iles' in France; Pound was age has its representativefailures
looked the school- of personality and
Return" d e a Is upon as
with the writers born around master, encouraging other acts of violence, and the late enneu*
writers and Tristan Tzara, 1920's had more than their j
the beginning of the twenti- ; ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ,
did the
most the founder of the Dada share of both.Why
eth century, who were
the second movement which is describedas late 1920's have more than
noticed during
decade. Gertrude Stein'call- extreme individualism, their share of failures of per: 't". .
captured their devotion. sonality and acts of violence?
ed them "the genera-
tion." They came from all Many of these writers returned I think perhaps the answer is
sections of the countrythe to America, some to given in the beginning of the
East New York. In that great east- book when the author states:
South, the Midwest,
ern city they became tied "We hadn't learned then -
and from cities and towns,
large and small. In their there because there was no nor have most or our states-
to of- learned today that
dreamed other place large enough men
high school days they
about their future, read fer so many opportunities, but human society is. necessarily -
i widely, and afterward went they compromised "the ad- imperfect and may disappear i
worlds from the earth unless it
college. At college vantages of two by
off to
involun- purchasing a farm some- comes to accept what T. S.
their "training was
directed toward des- where within a hundred Elior calls 'the permanent
troying whatever roots" they miles of Manhattan and conditions upon which God
toward spending their summers in allows us to live upon this
1 "had in the soil, "
eradicating" their "local and the country without v separating planet.
regional pecul i a rities, toward themselves from their MICKEY COLBERT
\ making" themselves urban sources of income. Cedar Key DRAPERIES
; made to
8 F your measure

\ The Nature of Race ConflictBy r 'if DECORATOR FABRICS by the r.4tFROM .

DAVID LAWRENCE torially: from color prejudice. It is a
The challenge to the liberal out OUR CUSTOM FABRICCOLLECTION
WASHINGTON Isn'tgoing racial "It is a salutary coinci- look everywhere -but a chal -
to be solved by any dence that racial rioting in lenge to the head no less i t. I
Singapore should have been than to the heart."Prejudice .
court decrees or by
laws or
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ey. State and City. In British Guiana :>- '
therefore is .t' '
whole situation will be prolonged to admit its existence <
too political rivalry has t it : 's 1 fJt\"iJ.f
largely because the and take measures to >?
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incompetent. however ;.
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of the races has ;"' :.
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proceeded very slowly the TV "Face theNation" 'k
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throughout the THAT IS WHAT is hap- last Sunday: $4. '

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the wbole racial conflict to- well as more sinister fig- violence' in Harlem is a very

day. It is DOt the' problemof ures provoking or exploitingthe bad word indeed. It is possible k

any one country. The "Lon trouble. Liberal ordinances to point out that one can t ..

don Daily Telegraph" on are not, by themselves, an not fight guns with bottles. ,.,. hy. '
Monday of last week had a effective prophylactic. The It is possible to point out that a'

; biz headline on its front page civil rights only just won for we will be shot down, that we
I about the riots in Rochestera the American South are already are outnumbered, and thus : '

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T Interest in Fine Arts Is Growing -: I L1ieu: a/tt/

By REID POOLE, Chairman yule and the University of Flo- ious studies and analyses being rti'
". Department of Music ida are a center of the arts made of the performing and cre- 0 fJte1'sNJ G Grad Wins tend graduate school at Indiana 1 r
With the advent of the final and culture to a greater degree !
ative arts and their needs in I University in September.
examination week and the be- than is realized in our own f'l..VS POST r.'Sc ? *> -:. ? *>i---*>
Gainesville and at the Univer- rf Contest & 1
._ tween-trimesters summer break, town.It i ,
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. of Florida. A focus
sity greater
there is a cessation of musical i Y : .
-A events on the University is evidently becoming apparent in the arts, and if you will, current. issue of "Mademoiselle" -' To ''u. '. ] .I.III ;I I11111I.' ."'.....
to citizens (August) presents its
many leading ,
campus. We may take the op- greater mileage from the var- GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
in communities all the 1964 national
I over college competition -
_. portunity to view matters in a ious areas of the arts, is need- NEW I: 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
country that so-called art and
winners in art and
somewhat longer perspective -culture are important to every I ed in our community and must fiction I (AP-Dist. Judge I: GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY
than our usual tallying of I ,be achieved in the next few poetry, including a Universityof who began a I
community and to every seg- Florida PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th ST.
- weekly events. But work which has been graduate. and
lawyer jurist
: ment of the community. People ; 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
:. Florida Arts Council are realizing that art and started must now continue, if Susan Elfenbein, April grad- by lantern light, ,
culture are good for businessand real achievement is to be made. w uate from the College of Archi- day. He is 77.Considered. II FOUNTAIN FEATURES
: Edgar B. Young delivered the are good business. In one The apparent ground swell of tecture and Fine Arts with a a tax
: keynote address for the newly way of looking at it, this is part interest throughout the Gaines- major in painting, was awarded had been judge of I CREAM
: formed Florida Arts Coun- and parcel of American prosper ville and University commun- one of two first prizes: in the trict in central I
. in in the various areas of the national art contest. In additionto 29C
cil's Delegate Assembly Day- ity and the affluent society.We ity years.He was a .
: tona Beach on Friday June 12. arts is most encouraging. The a $500 award Miss Elfenbeinwas county attorney.The LAVORSF I
Mr. Young is a member of the can observe to-day the activities -newly formed Florida Arts asked to illustrate one of judge never
: board of directors of Communi of the Gainesville Fine Council is a result of this inter- the two winning College Fiction school but boned
: ty Arts Council Incorporat e d, Arts Association, the Gaines- est over the State; it can be in- Contest stories for "Mademoi- at night by rOMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS
. Chairman of the Building Committee ville Little Theatre, the workof strumental in furthering the progress and the University of Florida selle" publications.She attended the SERVED AT
: of Lincoln Center, a the departments in the arts of arts and culture in Florida must play their proper role in .has been awardeda as, where he was GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
: member of the Lincoln Center at the University, and the var in the future. Gainesville that progress. graduate assistantship to at- 1908. I HAM
: Board of Directors and Executive BAKED

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Expanded Hospital Aid Bill Passes CongressWASHINGTON

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(AP) -The the five years for hospital- funds to be switched to new con :years of the program. I provisions would require 50-50
Senate passed and sent to the health center construction, $160 struction.It I -$2.5 million the first year matching of the federal funds
v'r White House Saturday an ad- million for modernization-reha also authorizes$50 : and $5 million for each of the by the states.
ministration "must" bill authorizing bilitation, but would permit million for constructionof next four years of grants for The program, originally
q 4t" $1,362,500,000 for an expanded -transfer of $530 million of the nursing homes and chronic areawide facility planning, and launched in 1946, is known as
five-year program of construction funds to the reha 1 disease hospitals; $100 millionfor permits states to use 2 per the Hill-Burton Act. The bill expanding -
kk ; ) v ; ': ;4 Ia federal aid for hospital con- bilitation-modernization program construction of diagnostic or cent of their allotments up to and extending it won
struction and rehabilitation.The if needed., I treatment centers; and $50 mil $50,000 a year to improve and voice vote approval, with dissent .
bulk of the money author- Alternatively, it would allow lion for construction of rehabili- strengthen state administrationof from the handful of senators -
ized would be in the form of $70 million of the rehabilitation tation facilities, over ,the five construction programs. These present.
a grants, the remainder in loans. ..
The bill authorizes federal
outlays of $252.5 million in the .
current 1965 fiscal year which TUE.
started July 1,compared to $220 WED. SPECIALS
s 9 million for the previous year. It I NOON
also authorized $265 million for
fiscal 1966, $275 million for fiscal -
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Senate Labor and Public
Welfare Committee in a report
'Sving.Your Partner'Area commending the bill gave'this
explanation of its terms:. "i Z

square dancers cut circles on the courthouse square Friday night. It authorizes $680 million over r
Wearing bowlers and long dresses, the dancers tripped the light fantastic in "
the affair which was held in conjunction with Gainesville's Old Fashioned 6-BTL.: CARTON
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Rightists G. Manuel Turner,
who has headed the General Ex
tension Division of the Florida
Institute For Continuing Uni-
Can AppealTALLAHASSEE versity Studies since 1962, yes
terday was replaced by Dr. JUICE
(AP) Atty. APTen) 1 ris Bryant's office for intervention Glenn A. Goerke of Tallahas

Gen. James Kynes was, studyIng Negro and white clergymen, arrested on behalf of the clergymen see.Turner I Lb. Pkg.39C.
his administrative
the Leon I relinquished 40-02. Bottle
Saturday County in 1961 for trying to buy brought no response.
Circuit Court order dismissinghis a meal at Tallahassee's racially I The case, which drew national duties with I
challenge of the May 5 primary -segregated airport restaurant publicity in 1961, came when an FICUS to return to a role of
in an effort to decide whe- face 60-day jail terms unless!interracial group sought to desegregate -direct contact with students and
ther to appeal. they pay $500 fines each. I the municipal airport faculty.
If he does not appeal, the Dr. Myron Blee, directorof
After three years of fruitless restaurant,which has since been
Democratic nomination for at- I FICUS, announced that Dean
appeals, including one to the desegregated.They .
torney general goes automati-'U.S. Supreme Court, the ten, were charged under a Turner will continue to serve in 49cFRYER
cally to Rep. Earl Faircloth of have been ordered to appear city ordinance with unlawful as- the division as a conference co
Dade County who defeated Monday before Municipal Judge sembly. The U.S.Supreme Court ordinator.
Kynes by 599 votes in the pri John Rudd. and the Florida,Supreme Court
mary. Howard Dixon of Miami, attorney both refused on technical Folklore: If you kill a toad
Kynes attacked the vote in for the American Civil grounds to review these. and a cow sees it, she will give
Alachua County, saying 4,472 Liberties Union, said the clergy- laid
Dixon said the charges shouldbe bloody milk. An egg on
voters had been registered im men would appear and he would dismissed as being moot. Good Friday or Easter Sunday
properly. He contended that seek writs of habeas corpus in "The fight for civil rights has may dry up but it will never FLA. GRADE "A"
federal court to free all who
only properly registered voters go long since passed the stage spoil. When the cat washes its
could vote. to jail rather than pay their where the right to buy a meal face, that's a sign company is FRESH
But, Judge Hugh Taylor ruled fines. can be denied. It would be vindictive coming. If a young girl takes
after numerous pretrial confer- The judge could have orderedthe to put these men in jail." the last piece of bread on the
ences that even if Kynes' char- forfeit Saturday of the $1,000 plate, she'll never get a hus- NEVER FROZEN! PARTS
bonds under which each has
ges were proved true they band.
been free. Rudd ordered the Backs
appearances Barry
would not be sufficient to throw
out the vote. ten days ago, effective SPLIT
county's Saturday.The BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) ANYWHERE QUARTERED or
He reasoned that all of the
clergymen, long since returned -Sen. J. Glenn Beall, R-Md., has Your
voters involved otherwise
were to their churches, hail broken a two week silence to 111 SatisfactionAlways '
qualified and had signed the from such distant states as Cali- say he will support Barry Gold ,,:;.r; '
voter registration affidavits. He Xnia water for ; ,.r
and New York. president. Assured .' ,
added that no charge of fraudor Dixon said he didn't know if Beall made the announcement .-' ,:' <' ..
dishonesty in either the.reg- any planned to forfeit their bond Friday. and said he made his decision CREVASSE FLORIST ;
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Wore About From, Page 1Johnson ;1";, ,- .'-
Moon :

Fears About Mars
2J>ui lark Sim?a Conference

From Page 1 NEW YORK Is the moon made, in considerable mea-

sure, of ice? Are its smooth, dark areas the floors,of ancient More AboutIn
one a day.
Ease oceans, covered with the sediment of life that existed there
In order to achieve a near-
, Apollo rendezvous with Mars, each long ago? response to Johnson's in- 'and the answers, to them appeared know this morning that t*

Mariner vehicle must fly a Is the moon the chief source of the stony meteorites that sistent questions he said that doubly satisfactory to United States has achieved
crash onto the earth once day two and does its fully the leadership have
great arcing path of more than every or the Ranger 7 exploit showed we
surface therefore resemble those bead filled stones? Or are that scientists had known I him.Before becoming vice president -sought for free man."

3foui Hark FtmH I'I(low for dipping a landing leg 350 to 260 million days miles depending, requiring on 230 the the lunar seas filled deep with dust? what space they were doing, that they I he was chairman of the But Ranger 7 was ,also, be

I into a 24-inch hole or crater or On the basis of preliminary reports on the Ranger 7 pic- had made "satisfactory -, Senate Space Committee. As said, "a victory for peaceful
RICHARD WITKIN launch date. Mariner 2 covered projress"
By tilted 24 inch
being by a high
tures it that such vehicles can a long toward civilian international
PASADENA, Calif. Project 224 million miles in 3% monthsto appears go way since the 'Soviet Union vice president, he chairman of coopera
Apollo: officials are due here bump.Astronomers here estimatedthat encounter Venus when it was resolving some of the disputes regarding the lunar sur launched Sputnik.I in 1957, and the Space Council.In tion. .more ,than 60 countriesall

brief- 54 million miles from earth. face. that "this country does not private conversations he around the world workedfor
Monday for a first-hand the tiny craters found in Since initiation of the and in of
space program particular for us and. worked for peaceful
milesin need to hang its head. has responsible persuading
from astronomers on the Ranger 7 243,665
Ing abundance in otherwise
great it has
the Ranger Project even been proposed that close-up : and worked 'for
68* hours to hit the at "You don't expect a congres- President Kennedy to launch progress
that moon
historic Ranger 7 pictures level maria areas were no deeper photographs of the moon be examined for signs of base for peaceful uses' of outer
h&ve removed much doubt about than 18 inches.Dr. a point 228,686 miles away. camps erected there by early visitors from another solar sional investigation, then? Project Apollo. "
the adequacy of plans for a Shay said the LEM also The circuitous routes are nec- system. Johnson asked, smiling. Johnson closed the briefing space.
That reminder that with a brief speech: The United Thus, he said, "we have considered
the a
because payloadsmust was
manned landing on moon. is designed so that it could essary The idea that the moon is larded with ice was advanced '
in of the of the U.S. States had "started behind in this adventure a truly
aimed front such
elat- be an investigation
directors were several fears Dr.
Program come down safely in a dust ago by Thomas Gold, director of the Center '
I fast-moving planet-much like a and space program in the Eisenhower -space," he said, and had had peace weapon, rather than mil
ed'by two things: layer 12 to 24 inches thick. for Radio-physics Space Research at Cornell University.It .
-Strong evidence that lunar The astronomers estimated hunter aims at a flying bird-to is known, from observation of its gravitational effects, administration had followed -its failures, "but we kept our itary might"The

maria were generally from the Ranger pictures that achieve the proper intercept at to be made of far lighter material than the earth. However, the launching of Sputnik faith in the ways of freedom, President said h* had
seas level enough for a safe landingby the dust layer probably was no times when the targets make most scientists believe the moon's original quota of water I[, the first vehicle in space. and we did not follow the easyor confidence that the nation' scientists

the two man craft now beIng deeper than 12 inches.' near-approaches to earth.In has long since turned to vapor and escaped into space. Johmson's leading questions the inexpensive-course. We with the nation's sup-

built for the mission. Scientists said that the moon, addition to television cam- Dr. Gold has also been a leading protagonist of the idea port, would "give us the lead

-Initial indications that the when seen close up, showed a eras, Mariners 3 and 4 will car- that the lunar oceans may be deep in dust. Some even fear Scientists Now 'Wonder j ership and ultimately the supremacy -
in which small ry instruments to measure mag- that any spaceship landing there may sink out of sight. in an area that Is essentIal
lunar surface was not only level continuity very netic fields, cosmic dust, radiation The idea that the lunar "oceans"* are dark with.the.sediment to the prolongation of
have been Of
enough but strong enough to features appeared to and other space phenomena of true, life bearing seas that'have evaporated is one What Moon's Made civilization itself."
similar to
support the 15,000 pound landIing those formed that by processes had formed large along the route and in the vicin- of the most controversial to appear in recent years. It was Looking up from his notes, h*

craft. ity of Mars. advanced In 1960 by John J. Gilvarry, a British born .Ntw lurk,wtmt the nature of a material that added:
There have been strong sus. ones. The probes could provide scientist who had taught at Princeton University. would produce this shape on impact -
7 this One big "If we could only supplant
Before Ranger was NEW YORK ques-
picions In some quarters that preliminary clues about the pos Dr. Harold C. Urey, Nobel laureate, now at the Universityof
the fear and the hate the bitterness
answered by Ranger, -
the layer of dust or other ma only theory and not everyone sibility of life of some sort on California at San Diego, believes the stony meteoritesmay tion was The features of the craters indicated -
terial on the moon's surface agreed with it. Now, if initial the planet. But their prime mis- be chunks of the lunar surface kicked into space when 7's impact on the moon Friday: that the consistency of and the division, the

might be so thick that the land interpretations of the pictureswere sion is to lay the groundwork for the moon is hit by iron meteorites. Most of the stony meteorites Earth's nearest neighbor in the lunar surface is neither sol- poison and the venom that our
sound, it was becoming filled with small bead like bodies known space is not knee-deep or more id rock but fellow man contains, with the
ing vehicle, as now designed,, landing instrument packages on are as dusty nor
would sink out of sight. sound scientific fact. Mars later in this decade. The chondrules. Nothing like them is found in rocks,native to the in dust more like a compaction of a hope and the optimism and the

7's photographs have Dr. Shea said it had been expected -follow-on shots could be at- earth.If This came as good news to all wet, firm sand. achievements represented by
Ranger this in fact Is found to be the nature of the moon's who were looking forward to an this venture here, how much
not completely resolved the is in Houston that project tempted in 1966, when Mars sur- Dr. Fred C. Hess, associate
will require much officials would have to wait until -next will be in favorable posi- face, Dr. Urey's theory will have been dramatically con- eventual visit to the moon by astronomer of the American better our world would be for
sue. They within the next children and
firmed. men sometime ourselves, our our
Surveyor craft made "soft" Museum Hayden Planetarium
more study and eventual unmanned positive controlled lunar landings for the tion.Unmanned lunar explorationis The moon still carries on its battered face the record of 10 years or so. As Dr. Ewan)suggested that "it would be in grandchildren."
confirmation by
craft slated to make kind of detailed pictures "that to resume in January with, events that have been taking place in the earth's vicinityfor Shoemaker remarked at the' the ball-park" to compare the
surveyor are of real interest to us." He 8. The craft will have I billions of years. It is a history that the scientists of this press briefing Saturday morn- apparent consistency of the lunar for KruppBONN
controlled lunar landing.But Ranger Calif. Delay
in Pasadena, an astronaut -
I planet are impatient to read. ing
meant pictures able to show surface with that of loess.
the mission as
the photographs have en essentially same should not be afraid to.
The first of it
to them.
three-foot-wide page may now opened Loess is a yellow, claylike ma- in-
couraged officials who had previously craters. Ranger 7-take close-in televi- step out on the lunar surface.At I (AP) The Krupp
the thickdust He underscored what the as- sion pictures. The area and typeof I terial assumed to be windbornefrom dustrial empire has won another

theory and rejected authorized construction tronomers had said about surface target it will seek will be determined More AboutRanger To Cut Drug studying the the same Ranger time, scientists 7 photographs China to the Middlewestern year's delay of an order to sell

vehicles that strength, however that after thorough studyof states millions of years ago.. half its holdings as a penalty for
of expensive Price And were puzzled by certain
It is not dusty and not rocklikebut
the Ranger pictures were not the Ranger 7 photos. using slave labor in World War
would have had to be radically features and wanted to have firm and highly compacted.
by any means definite in sug-: 9 scheduled for Feb- Suit II.
Ranger ,
re-designed if they were wrong. Fight more time to look over more How would that be as a land.
gesting that the weight of the or March, will have a Alfried Krupp, in prison for
"We can now sleep a little ruary pictures of the event. field?
LEM could be safely supported. and will From Page 1 NEW YORK AP McKesson ing because his firm
similar assignment ( ) eight years
better, said Dr. Joseph Shay, What puzzled them mostly would be desire,
Apollo director at the Manned The Apollo official said his conclude the Ranger program. Scientists' quick first study of : and Robbins, the nation's were peculiarities in the surface "It" highly had used slave labor, regainedhis
able Hess said.
Spacecraft Center in Houston, group still would have to wait I More sophisticated unmanned the pictures indicated that the :.largest wholesale drug distributor features of the moon which vast iron-steel-coal complexon
The astronomer said
in a telephone interview Satur for the Surveyor flights to get spacecraft will follow in the Sea of Clouds-dusty dry, like says it will manufactureand they had seen for the first time that the Hayden discovery of an impact condition that half be sold.
confirmation needed before dis- Surveyor and Lunar orbiter projects all the moon's so-called seas- sell the antibiotic tetracycline in the photographs.They .
fragment 300 feet long in a sec
day.According patching astronauts on their to gather more definitive would be a suitable area for the at about one-third the price
to Dr. Shay, the were not terribly sur- ondary crater was "particularlysignificant"
voyage.He data for the Apollo mantothemoon landing of men. charged by other U.S. manufac- ElectricalELECTRICAL
view of the prised that there were so because the chunk
new close-up moon many
indicated however that he
endeavor. That was one big reason foranger's turers.
secondary craters formed by had not been covered
dove tailed remarkably well] that the first which is to Earthbound
was as optimistic maria The Surveyor ( mission. Tetracycline, an antibiotic,
debris that was ejected from If the moon had been coveredin NEEDS
with the theoretical model on' surfaces would be strong soft-land on the moon, is sched- telescopes: couldn't show close has proved effective against a
Copernicus, one of the moon'slarger a heavy layer of dust, the Commercial
which of the lunar land. Residential
design enough as he had been that uled for late 1965. Small motorsare details of the moon's surface. variety of bacterial infections.
craters. would have been buried.
impact object
ing craft had been based. be ,level it set down gently on The 7 1,000times Industrial
they would enough. to help Ranger pictures, Chas. Pfizer and Co., one of One of the things that did It was clear from the size of CALL
The two man craft is knownas l the surface, where it is to make better than the best tele- the discoverers of tetracycline
surprise the scientists was that the crater that the protruding
the Lunar Excursion Moduleor I Police in New Delhi, India, several scientific studies and scopic photos, picked up viewsof which obtained its patent after a the sides of many of the second portion of the chunk was not C. P. Dressier

more commonly, the "Bug.1It .. have adopted a new tactic in drill into the soil to dig up samples craters as small as dishpans.One series of court battles in 1955, ary impact craters were quite just the top of a much larger Electrical Contractor
is being built by the Grumman dealing with cyclists who drive for analysis in a small automatic shot showed a pock- immediately said it would file a steep but their lips were softly and mostly submerged object Phone FR 6.6193

Aircraft Corp. in Bethpage;, their bikes without headlights. spacecraft laboratory. marked ridge astronauts would patent infringement suit against: rounded. which would have blasted a big- St.
N.Y.Dr. When they catch a culprit, they Major goal will be to obtain have to avoid on a'lunar land- McKesson and Robbins. This raised a question about ger hole. 910 N.W. 4th
Shay said the LEM structure .. let the air out of his tires as a|data on surface bearing ing. But mostly the pictures --

had been fashioned, to ,al.. penalty (strength and gross composition. showed a flat plain, pock- I I I
marked here and there with 4IL

craters of varying sizes.

'Countdown to the Moon' some The seem photos to have indicated been made that I A .itarts l tomormw. .

i when big chunks of rock landedin eitiunyi

the moon's dusty surface,

Brought Tension, CheersBy possibly meteorites fragments which carved of giant their ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY

own bigger craters farther

CHARLES MAIlER minutes from Impact. Excellent' walked to the auditorium stage. away.

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) video signals continue." I' (After the failure of Ranger 6, The fact that the smaller I

The last Ranger to draw such The prospect of success went there was a rumor that the gov- chunks showed in the craters

raves for his television heroicswas up as the count went down. ernment might not fire too they made indicated that lunar

the Lone Ranger. "Ten minutes. No interruptionof many more Rangers before it dust-which some have specu-

And, in a way, the Ranger 7 excellent video signals. All fired Pickering.) lated might be as much as 1,000 !
spacecraft is also a Lone Ran- cameras appear to be function- feet deep-is probably only a I
There was more applause, a
foot deep. y
or so
the only one so far in the
ger ing.Seven minute of it without interruption Rangers 8 and 9 will have the
U.S. moonshot series to accom- minutes. All cameras
at one point, after a half dozenof same goals as Ranger 7-taking
plish its mission. :continue to send excellent sig
the Ranger's pictures were close-up photographs of the
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory -nals.
... shown at a news conference Friday moon in the final minutes before
of the California Institute "Five minutes from impact. night. .. t
of Technology manages the There are no abnormalities. impact. 4/:. .+'OjY ':' %.i,r
,.. ;
And there
for the federal "Three minutes. No trouble. were congratulatory :% k' .
Ranger program n' y+', : : :;:Y.yvHY)' fti0y.
government and up to now It's "Two minutes. All systems messages from President FEDDERSAir .'''9 ,.ti. .', ,,.,o Y;,
Johnson from Russian scien- h'% ;;-N.4 1r/oq 6
been a job not unlike managingthe operating. Preliminary analysis BY
New York Mets. shows pictures being received." tists and from many others. ConditioningAdd

But success finally caught up That brought another cheer. Whether the U.S. taxpayer's central air conditioning to
with the laboratory Friday. "One minute to impact. We, delight will be undiminishedwhen hot air central heating Or

Project employes, assembledin have pictures all the way. he sees the bill may be have both installed at big

an auditorium, burst into applause -1 "Ten seconds to impact. Ex, something else again. I savings.FREE ESTIMATESCALL

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7a4 Assaults His Girl; Gets Senate OKs Education Act ExtensionWASHINGTON I

?b, #e y'y 4' .M, ..2: as.N'.,,"F'.yq y Jail Term; Marries Her (AP) The tion committee and is awaiting stitution, raise the yearly Jon
CBR' '"rxq 4 o.c. Senate passed Saturday a three- action. limitation to individual grader
AP The defendant married theprosecution's year extension of the National Under both House and Senate
Pa. students
PITTSBURGH, ( ) ate from $1,000 to $2-
Defense Education Act includ- versions the measure would in-
chief witness in judge's chambers Friday. 500 and double the present $5- :
ing expanded student and school crease funds for college student
Judge Ralph C. Smith sentenced Albert D. Sayles, 24, of aid programs. loans from the present $135 000 total loan limit for such

nearby McKeesport to six to 12.months in jail on charges of Action was taken by voice I million to $145 million in fiscal students.It .

carrying a concealed weapon and assault and battery. He vote with only eight senators 1965 and by stages up to $195 would extend delayed loan.
was accused of striking his girl friend, Ann Wallace, 22, of present. ,million in the year ending June repayment privileges under

.1 a Pittsburgh.No Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona 30, 1968. present law to work-and-study
sooner had the judge passed sentence than Sayles whip- the Republican presidential It would remove the present students spending at least half

ped out some papers. nominee, announced his opposition $
"I've got a license here to marry the girl I love," he said. to the measure in a sec- .
"Ann has written to me- all the time I've been in jail await- tion of the committee report,
2 :r p$5{kYy ing trial and we both want to marry." but he is vacationing in Califor

,., w 3 Judge Smith called in a justice of the peace and had the
l + nia.The
q. 5 AAg ceremony performed.The bill is on President John- school
it A .a couple had a brief honeymoon of holding hands under son's "must" list for the 1964
.a s g the watchful eyes of five deputies before Sayles was marched session.

14 off to start his term. Among other things, the bill
would extend for two the -
; ; Miller RelaxesOLCOTT relaxed Saturday with his family years I
4 program of federal grants to I Jim H. Dowling.Jr.AUDITING SERVICES
at his summer home on Lake schools crowded because of' Special Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
? N.Y. (AP) Rep. ,nearby federal installations. 1105 W. Univ. Are.
f"8MftifivtMr.MViitjRA.'v&v mmk. -wwOK& f&&*+ **&&**& 3. Ontario. He to returnto KEY-MAN SPLIT-DOLLAR
I Roy ForSyth. physical therapist at Alachua General Hospital;treats a patient .: William E. Miller, the Republican planned A corresponding House bill i Rm. 206 Secy. Bid*.
II in the hospital's recently reactiva ted physical therapy department. I nominee for vice president, Washington Tuesday. has been approved by its educa-i 376-9783 PARTNERSHIPTHRICE.

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ment at. Alachua General Hos- needs clarifying. I the University of Florida SPECIALS &
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instruments and equipment to need for therapists is, in fact, bars, stairs, a mat for: exer- /tnea7t +. ;i' I
test and re-condition the human due to modern medicine. cising, a shoulder wheel usedto

'body after injuries and diseases "More people are living longer exercise shoulder muscles,I
have occurred. ," he explained, "and old weights and a foot exerciser.
Roy Forsyth is the new physi- people break a lot of bones and includes whirl
The unit also a FO4'
cal,therapist at the hospital. have many aches and pains. bath ultra sound TIJ[ {] m FIRSTm IR'
pool an
J Since, his predecessor left, a Consequently; they need physi-
year ago, the department has cal therapy. machine used for heating muscles

been in mothballs. But now "Polio patients used to be the an ultra violet light used a a . . .

it is being reactivated and For mainstay of therapists, but we for treating skin disorders and GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY NOON O. ..} '.
syth indicated that he believeshe rarely have them anym 0 r e. an electrical machine used for QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
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can a success.It Mostly ,
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tary of State Dean Rusk says it interests." human population explo- '' yr
is unrealistic to expect the Russians "We ourselves would not yieldto sion hasn't been matched in the .Yf
to "roll over and play pressures against our vital rest of the animal world. In the
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:, Ban-Bomb ; Accuses China of Master-Minding Slaughter _i

: Meet Brings SAIGON South Viet Nam India Canada and Poland. gressor forces could be heard River 50 miles southwest of had moved into frontier territory

CAP[ ) -Premier Nguyen Kahn's "Red Chinese advisers took above the din of battle. It is almost -Saigon. The raiders struck of South Viet Mekong.The UCB
'government charged Friday that certain that some of the through a section housing families war afield was marked
Red Split part in the Communist attack f
military advisers from Red enemy bodies left behind in a of the 110 civil guardsmen Friday by springing of another
. China directed the Communistswho the communique said. "T heir I mass grave were those of Red garrisoning the town. Communist ambush. Red guerrillas -
; TOKYO AP) A ban-the- slaughtered 40 women shouted commands to the ag- Chinese." i The charge that it,was a Chi killed eight Vietnamese For Our Personal
bomb conference here has ex-. soldiers and wounded 14 of a
and children in an attack July Women and children made up nese-directed North Vietnamese
ploded into a war of words with the casualties followed recent government road clearing detail
20 on the Mekong River town two thirds of operation up a
Soviet and Red Chinese factions His Prize NotAppropriate 30 miles northwest of SaI- Brand of ServiceWe
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grappling for control of the A communique charged also district capital on the Mekong under Hanoi's command gon.
peace that the enemy unit involvedthe -
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Sun Sunday, August 2, 1964 .

1 Summer Brides: Aug. 29Set Miss Norris, Mr. DampierSet ,!j Heading Q

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"0 i. LACROSSE Plans for the by. Jr., of Boca Raton and ,

wedding of Miss Peggy Jo Mrs. Mary Yvonne Hall of August '"

Norris and Randall Scott Gainesville. i

Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis, Dampier are listed today. Horace Emmanuel Dampier Wedding ?L''
Y"Nz of Washington, D.C., daughterof will be best man for his
The will take
'Sw t. Dr. and Mrs. George Kelso son. Ushers will be WilliamE.
Davis of Gainesville, and Dr. 7:30 p.. m. Tuesday, Au- Hill of Jacksonville, Mal- RENT the Newest

/ a : z Arthur C. Aikin of Washington gust 11, at the Antioch Baptist colm H. Kemp of Auburndale Formal Wear at. .

D. C., formerly of Gettysburg Church near LaCrosse. and Bobert Henry Hargraveof

Pa., have chosen August
Rev. C. S. Smith of Bell will Gainesville.
29 as the date for their
wedding.The officiate at the ceremony. Flower girl will be Little l &44

qi /' t s A ceremony will be per- Nuptial music will be presented Ruth Ann Hargrave and ring

formed by Dr. U. S.: Gordonat by Mrs. J. C. Ramsey, bearer will be Ronnie Hill of I MEN'S DEPARTMENT

kF '_ 8:30: p.m. in the First Presbyterian organist, and Mrs. R. G. Jacksonville.All : The Store With More
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Church. A receptionwill
Stout, soloist Gainesville Shopping Center
.Y i 4 l .R ,v 4j'1 follow in FellowshipHall. friends are Invited to attend 1302 North Main Street
Mrs. J. F. Parrish of
the wedding and I -
reception -
Miss Davis's sisters Miss Gainesville will serve as ma- .
Mary Ellen and Miss, Ruth- tron of honor. Bridesmaidswill to be held at the home of I'[ Sun Want; Ads

n 9H R : .. anna Marie Davis, will be be Miss Bobbie Brock of the bride's parents m la- Get Results
Jacksonville, Mrs. J. T. Kir- Crosse.
1 A F x bridesmaids; Mrs. John M. .. 1 / I 1
s/ r JTv Fedison, of Sarasota, the for-
mer Miss Virginia Kay Davis ;vr.f I

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Miss Patrica M. Williams will

J- be Dr.maid Aikin's of man will III r-r N for the bride

be Dr. John Hundleby of Ur-

; .< bana, Ill.Groomsmen.
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.... Thrush, Gettysburg, Pa.; Ray
k C. Whitney, Plainfield, ill., w1rIQr

'. i Elden C. Whipple of Bowie,

'\... ...,,"" Md., John M. Fedison of Sara-
sota, and Robert W. Davis

and .George William Davis,
Mrs. Arthur McMillan Dunscombe brothers
of the bride. i

= Mrs. Ronald Charles YoungYoungMooney DunscombeRehbeinGainesville Go first where the gift fl

selection is the largest !
Miss Patricia Anne Rehbein, es. Mrs. Thomas wore copen Margaret Voss, Miss Sue i

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton blue; Mrs. Garwood, was in li- Wilkinson, Mrs. Patrick Alan g.
Miss Susan Clyda Mooney, of Venice, and Charles Bart- and most varied.
Lewis Rehbein, becamethe lac. Miss Shea in mint green Finley, and Mrs. Terry An- I
i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ley.A bride of Arthur McMillan and Miss Martin in pink. thony Mathis. .

Clyde Farmer Mooney, and reception was given by Dunscombe, son of Mr. and Their cascade bouquets of
Belks fine
Reception Assistants I Go first
Ronald Charles Young, son the bride's parents at the Mrs. Aubrey E. Dunscombe, carnations matched the colors to
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Youngof Holiday Inn. Yellow 'roses Those assisting in the cour-
of their
during an afternoon gowns.
Alva, Fla., were married were used to adorn the bride's yesterday in the Highl ceremony and s Carries Bible tesies were Mrs. James gift department.
the Hart, Mrs.
afternoon at Herman
Saturday Voss
table. ,
Presbyterian Church. The bride, given in marri-
Iona Chapel of the First Pres- Mrs. Edward Williamson a
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pierson Rev. William E. Shea, pas- age by her father, wore a silk ,
.byterian Church. assisted with the hospitalities.Miss tor, assisted by Dr. U. S. Gor- organza over taffeta and Chan- Jo Ann Haas, Miss Amanda -
Palms and white gladioli Carrie Sue Piers 0 n don officiated for the double tilly lace, re-embroidered with Myers, Miss Sara Myers
and chrysanthemums were .and Miss Martha Pea cock and Miss Laura Voss.
ring ceremony. seed pearls and sequins. The
the decorations used. The bride's book ,
kept the bride's book. was kept
Nuptial music was provided full hooped-skirt terminated in
Dr. U. S. Gordon, by Miss Donna Grace
pastor, Punch was poured by Miss by Miss Donna Dell Reh- a chapel train. Her fingertip- Clarke,
performed the ceremony. Penney Katz, Miss Ann Acree bein, sister of the bride, and length veil of illusion was held Miss Patricia Lynn Coppinsand

Nuptial music was presented and Miss Ellen Eskew, cous- Dr. Delbert Sterrett, organist. in place by a tiara of silk illusion Miss Janis Lynn Lydick.
Arnold Wirtala. Rice
by in of the bride. .. petals embroidered in bags were passed by
Given in marriage by her Cake was cut and served by Arrangements of gladioliand pearls and sequins. She car- Lauri Lee Alterie, Becky Hart,
father, the bride wore a gownof Josie Myers, Rachel
Miss Joan Young and Miss chrysanthemums adornedthe ried a lace-covered Bible, Myers,
satin-faced organza featuring Marianne Young, sisters of James Robert Ley and Tim-
of altar, which was banked white roses and stephanotis.Her .
a plastron rose the bridegroom, and Miss i with palms. only jewelry was a othy Ley. 4 S CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS
point lace outlining the neck- When the # .
Gloria Anderson, cousin of newlyweds left
line. She carried white rose- Attendants were Mrs. Ern- strand of pearls, the gift of
buds and white orchids. the bride.To est Thomas, sister of the the bridegroom.Best on a wedding trip to South Belks gift department offers a wide selection cf gifts I
the bride
Live Here bride, matron of honor; Mrs. man was Harry Wal- wore a two- gifts to please the tastes of any bridal couple. Fine silver
Sisters Attendants The bride chose a white piece sheath of ice blue whip- International and F.B. Rogers form $3.95 .
Howard Barnes Garwood, sister ter Dunscombe of plate pieces by
Miss Carolyn Mooney, sister pique suit and white accessories ped cream, matching hat and Striking pottery Hand carved Sheshon wood items and
L of the bridegroom, brides- Larry Barnett, Bill Boaz,
of honor.of the Miss bride Carol, was Shaw maid of for her traveling en- matron; Miss Carol She a Lowell Preisler, Howard Bar- white accessories.The .., beautiful brass designed by Sorna of India Array of

semble. and Miss Suzanne Martin, nes Garwood, brother-in law couple will establish a varied colored accent pieces by Viking Early American
Los Calif.,
Angeles was
After a wedding trip to Acapulco home in Tallahassee after
bridesmaids.All of the bridegroom, and Ern- Sep- cherrywood items and wrought i iron by Woodcroftery and by
and Mexico City, the brother-in law tember 1. Emig A multitude of European imported dinnerware .
attendants wore pink wore street length est Thomas, -
newlyweds will live in Out of town guests included Glassware of all kinds including stunning ashtrays. These ando
and carrie d gowns of pastel nylon organza of the bride, were ushers.
organza gowns
Mrs. Ivey F. await selection. Choose easily wisely from
Sparks more
many your I
pink bouquets. Gainesville, where Mr. Young over taffeta and white ripple- Little Miss Lauri Lee Altieri,
grandmother of the bride t Belks- !
John Rich was best man. will be a student at the University brimmed picture hats with flower girl, wore a pastel yellow Mrs. Willard Dow Ley Jr.

Ushers were Larry Hatchitt of Florida. bands to match their dress- nylon organza frock and and sons, James Robert and FROM BELK'S FINE GIFT DEPARTMENT
carried a white lace basket
Timonthy, all of Hialeah, Fla.,

I Miss Coulter Weds Jack Smith filled The with bride's rose mother petals. chosea Mrs.grandmother George of W. the Rehb bride e In,, e

sheath dress of azure blue
and William Hauden Sparks,
Solemnized Saturday after I crepe, matching both Miami; Mr. and Mrs. I
white hat. The bridegroom's
noon, the wedding of Miss < John Herrick, Columbus, Ohio; i
Marilyn Ann Coulter and Jack I4ft <> mother wore an aqua Mrs. Sidney Godwin, Hawthorne -
marine georgette dress over
Houston Smith took place at .. ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas -
taffeta with white hat and
the Calvary Baptist Church. Jenkins and family, Rochelle -
white accessories. Both had THE STORE WITH MORE
Rev. William T. Crosby per- / .' of white carnationsand Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
formed the double ring cere- : corsages Joe Mast of Brooksville; Miss 1302 NORTH MAIN mtETHRESHOLD '

mony before an altar adorned stephanotis. Myrtle Mikkelsen, Hilliard,
"-" Reception at Women's Club Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Ewing
with palms and arrangements -
t and Mrs. Rehbein enter-
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of gladioli and pompons. Sparks of Winter Haven.
at the
tained with a reception t
: Mrs. J. C. Ramsey, organistand Woman's Club im-
Mrs. Charles Gibson, soloist -
mediately following cere-
gave the nuptial music.. mony. TO YOU ON THE
The bride is the daughter of k'a Mrs.
Greeting guests were .
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coulter,
( Donald Altieri, Mrs. Carlos
and the bridegroom is the son Boyles, Mrs. Donald Mote
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith. c and Mrs. Frank Wolfe. Introducing OF A NEW LIFE

Given in marriage by her guests to the line
father, the bride wore a gownof
were Mrs. Samuel Berry, Mrs.
white peau de sole with ap-
James Gurtner, Mrs. James
pliques of Alencon lace and 3VQN Pritchett and Mrs. William Planning comes first. Get help In the

featuring, a chapel train. Her 'eg xAT r Shea.
veil of illusion fell from a details of from
The bride's table, laid witha many your wedding our
crown of pearls, and she car-
white lace cloth was centered -
ried a bouquet of white carna- by the wedding cake. The I / 1 Bridal Consultant. She will give you

tions centered by an orchid. punch tables, laid with white I i

Sisters AttendantsMiss s k Za aS imported cutwork cloths, were I II '- iW. \ fresh ideas, absorb wearing tasks, work
Joy Coulter, sister of I decorated, by white cherub s s4, s,rt tFoi

of the bride, was maid of hon- t r lM a.p y candelabra, and the guest
1 out plans for what attendants
or. Bridesmaids were Mrs. \Y book table, covered with a your your

Arthur Hadsock, sister of the blue net cloth over taffeta, was ;1 ; '

bridegroom,. and Miss Connie centered by the bridal b o u- r. will wear, map out color schemes, help I.
Deaux. quel t t.
All of the attendants wore Those cutting cake were ? you select your dream dress, and a
gowns of silk .organza with Mrs. Willard Dow Ley Jr., :/
bell skirts. They had matching aunt of the bride; Mrs. Leo 4'A .
tt trousseau with an eye to the future.
accessories and carried Mrs. Jack Houston SmithL. Myers, Mrs. Glenn Rankin, \

bouquets of pink carnations. Mrs David Rigsby, Mrs. Joseph -
Richard Brooker served as J., Clarke cut the wedding cadia: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kel- Robbins and Miss Don-

best man with Kenneth Brook cake and Mrs. Harold Burke ly, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. na Dell Rehbein, sister of the I' : t When your wedding plans are letter ,

er, Ronald Shultis and Lee and Mrs. I. R. Coulter poured Harold Burke, Pompano; Mr. bride. of .

Coulter, brother of. the bride, punch. and Mrs. J. R. Coulter, Ven- Pouring punch were Miss 1 ;' t perfect, we are just beginning. The
as ushers. Assisting with the hospitalities and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Donna Marie: Beard, Miss r j ? I1 ,.
were Miss Marteen Lay- Carol Anne Boyles, Miss I ,
Little Shelia Fowlerwas
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the flower girl and Jack field and Miss Cynthia Clarke. j// 3 K your
Miss Jackie Kalway and
Gibson was ring bearer.
The bride's mother wore a Miss Elaine Keaux kept the For Your Bridal / attire pressed and waiting at the

white lace over aqua dress, bride's book. ReceptionLET P
matching accessories and a Miss Pam Burke and Miss church on that memorable day. .

rose corsage. The bride- Lydia Coulter distributed rice

groom's mother wore a beige bags. US FURNISH YOUR: .

dress with matching accessories The bride chose a pint Candles and Candleabras .

and a rose dies and white accessoriesfor .
corsage. r } y.
Church her traveling ensemble. Punch Bowl
Reception At
followed the Nassau Honeymoon CrystalwarePlace }
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After honeymoon In Nas- y 4' 9
ceremony in the church halL a CordsMonogrammed . !
." The bride's table, overlaid sau, the newlyweds will make

ft ith .a white lace tablecloth, their home at 4202 NW 19th ; Napkins

was centered with the wed- Street "We're Bridal Consultants" cr.Q4r4NORTHSIDE:
ding cake and bride's bouquet Out of town guests includedMr. I, (

The punch table was and Mrs. H. J. Stroud, I

overlaid with a white lace grandparents of the bride, of THE PARTY LINE .
tablecloth and edged green- Noctee; Mrs: C. a Coulter, 1236, N.W. 3rd AVJE. OF THE SQUARE ,
grandmother of the bride, Arcadia PH. FR-2-0075

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-Nuptial _ENGAGEMENTS.. --. i Williams-Crews \ I

.,xxt OTTER CREEK Mr. and The wedding will h t ,
Mrs. Howard Williams of Otter event of August 9 at 3 pin .-

PlansListed Creek announce the en- the Otter Creek Bad 1
3 gagement and approaching Church.No "
marriage of their daughter, invitations are bed t

Miss Linda Gail Williams to sent but all friends and relj. R

:m x "' Earl C. Crews son of Mr. tives 'arc invited to attendPerperSatin

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Plans are announced today ti4
The bride elect was grad-
for the wedding of Miss Re- Per-
s Mrs. Arnold
Mr. and
Y IlII uated from Bronson High
becca Jean Wanmnger and I S the engagementof
ii School. per announce
Jesse Allen Hunt which will __ : i., The bridegroom-elect was their daughter, Miss Bar-
take place Saturday at 7:30 bara Lee to Lt. (j.g.)
: ,,, graduated from Bronson Perper,
p.m. at the North Central :4 } son
High School and is presently Joel L. Satin U.S. Navy,
Baptist Chruch. !':;' J..
Rev. N. B. Langford pas- f5 ;, 4 stationed with the US Armyat of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob

tor will officiate at the cere- Miss Jane Elizabeth Bingham Miss Gail Rayna AbbeyBinqhamSchildge Miss Rebecca Jean Ballard Fort Campbell, Ky. Satin.The wedding will be aa-

mony assisted by Rev. Dud- event of August 30, in WasE

ley R. Gerald of Advent i I _. CanovaSausmanSolemnized ington, =
Christian Church. Miss Mary Ruth Hazen Miss Elizabeth Ann Sisler D.C.Moose

Mrs. J. C. Ramsey will be Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Bing- where she taught at the r

organist and Carl H. Rileyof ham announce the engage- American International quietly in the liam E. Shea, pastor, officiat- -

Jacksonville will be solo ment of their daughter, Miss School. SislerRiderDr. presence of close relatives ing. Women =

Jane Elizabeth Bingham to Mr. Schildge was gradu-
ist.The the marriage of Mrs. Frances Mrs. Gerald Home will bC
bride will be given in H. Schildge, son of ated from Cornell University The bride was a memberof
George and Mrs. Harry Sisler The bride to be, a grad- Sausman and Frank Allan guest speaker for the Chapter
marriage by cousin Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Schildgeof where he was president of the Gainesville High School
f '''George A. Glenn of Truss- Middletown, N. J. Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.He announce the engagement uate of Gainesville High Canova took place July 18. faculty last Night program of the Women,
and of School received her B. A. degree year.
ville Ala.Attending. gradu- also studied at the Tech- approaching marriage of the Moose tomorrow at the-
the bride will be Miss Bingham was State nical in Hanover their daughter, Miss Eliza- at Westhampton College, The nuptials were solemnized After a brief trip, the Moose Lodge. Executive com
ated from University
Michigan ,
Miss Cherry Dald Ford, maid and served lieu- beth Ann Sisler, to Thomas Richmond Va. She is now at- in the Highlands Presby- couple is now at home at mittee members will be llC:
where she was a Germany as
:of honor; Mrs. Charles A. University Duncan Rider, Minneapolis, tending the University of Min terian Church with Rev. Wil 614 SW 27th Court. charge of the meeting. :
in the U. S. He
member of Delta Gamma tenant Army.
,Finley and Mrs. Carolyn Minn., son of Mr. and Mrs. nesota where she is workingon .
Hartman Deanne, bridesma- Sorority Alpha Lambda Del- is presently employed by Harold R. Rider of Gar v in, her master's degree in (Advertisement) ,
lions and Miss ElizabethAnn ta, honorary scholastic and Transmares Corporation in Iowa. English.Mr. -1
Mortar Board. She receivedher New Jersey.A T'c
McCammon and Miss master's degree from In- November wedding in The wedding is planned for Rider is a graduate of

.Mary Day Coker junior diana University and has recently Gainesville is planned by the December. Iowa State University, wherehe ;,: '

.bridesmaids. returned from India, couple.HazenBrown. received his bachelor degree _
David M. Hunt will serve and the University 0 f

.his brother as best man. Us- Kirby-Glover Michigan where he took hismaster's
hers will be Allen Keith
degree. He is nowworking
Adams of Archer, Golden R. doctorate in 4
on a
Gamble, Johnny Yarbrough Wedding Plans
:and Cameron Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred M. Raymond Brown son of Mr. history at the University of

Little Miss Renee Hunt will Hazen announce the engage- and Mrs. Raymond W. Brown Are ListedPlans Minnesota.

;be flower girl and Hal Stringer ment of their daughter Miss of Middletown Ohio. r
: will Abe ring bearer. Mary Ruth Hazen, to Ted
The bride elect was grad- for the wedding of f

uated from Gainesville High Miss Dale Darlene Kirby and

School and will be a senior at Charles Maxey Glover are 1

I !HannonAdkinsonMiss the University of Florida. She announced today. Bright, new beautyfor
is a member of Alpha DeltaPi

social sorority, and Alpha Rev. Presley Pengergrasswill every room 1

.. .. Lambda Delta scholastic officiate at the ceremonyto s

: ,Jane Hannon daughter Rosemary Johnson, Miss honorary.The be performed at 4 p. m. ftr7/

: of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Margaret Henderson of Talla- bridegroom elect was Sunday August 9 at the First ;

Wright Hannon and James hassee; Miss Judy Dixon of graduated from Middletown Baptist Church of Hawthorne.Miss .

; Allison Adkinson Jr., son of Quincy cousin of the bride; High School. This fall he will
Mr. and Mrs. James All i- Miss Sue Esslinger of Coral be a senior at the Universityof Linda Pitman will be RI

,. son 'Adkinson of Orlando, will Gables, and Mrs. David Bris- Florida, where he is a hostess at a reception follow-

: exchange their marriage towe Jr.Robbie. member of Sigma Alpha Ep- ing the ceremony in Fellowship
Bender of West Hall.
vows' Saturday, August 8, at silon fraternity.A .
: 8 p. m. at the First Meth- Palm Beach will be ring spring wedding is being All friends and relativesare I

odist Church.Dr. bearer. planned. invited to attend.AbbeySheffield Muted, rich red, blue, green,
Derris Flanagan of Orlando
Kenneth Rogers of is to be best man. Ushers burnt orange,yellow or brown .! -.
Sarasota and formerly of NASSAU HONEYMOON AWARDED BY RUTHERFORDS Miss Sandra Lee
Adkinson and Rob- .
are Harry .. pick the Wallace hue that
Gainesville, will officiate at ert Adkinson of Orlando, Buckler and James William Huguley III, both from Gainesville are shown receivingthe
the complements color scheme tickets for free Nassau from Sandefer I
ceremony. brothers of the bridegroom; a transportation a Honeymoon George ;
Mrs. Taylor Kirby Jr. will Richard Pick bowl owner of Rutherford's.
Nicholas S. Smith, the tray or dish of
present organ music and Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Abbey late Marvin Sheffield.The .
Pearson of Key Biscayne,
bride elect and bride- many uses. and there's a
Miss Martha Ann Putnam Stanley Huber, Beths ville, announce the engage- i i

will be soloist. Ohio, John Drouilhet Bay- ment of their daughter Miss groom elect both were grad- I smart gift for any occasion, Fifteenth Couple r--- --------------1

Attending the bride will be town Texas, and Thomas Gail Rayna Abbey,.to Felton School.uated from Gainesville High or for your home. 'To Nassau \ A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO \
Mrs. Nicholas S. Smith of Warner of Atlanta.A Enjoy
Marshall Sheffield } }
North Palm Beach, sister of reception will be given son Plans are being made for a As ALL GAINESVILLE
Mrs. Herbert Gaskins and the winter Honeymoon ti
matron of the
the bridegroom, as by the bride's parents at

honor. Holiday Inn, following the Guests ofRutherfords \ BRIDES-TO-BE \

Bridesmaids are to be Miss ceremony. \ \
BallardSmithALACHUA 1 \

Miss Sandra Buckler and Register Now }

Zirconia N. C. An- wedding which will take Mr. James William Hugu-

nouncement of the bethrothaland place in the Mount Olivet ley. III. whose weddingwill \ \
?-{* Xogonnoise or Sauce Bov..r; August }
approaching marriage of Baptist Church of Zirconia. take place on At Rutherfords
Miss Ballard, a graduate of 8th are the fifteenth lucky }
their daughter, Miss Rebecca East Henderson High School, $950. couple to receive an all-expense \ for \
Jean Ballard, to Marion Oliver .w- paid honeymoon in
is now a senior at Berry Col- \ \

MONDAY, AUGUST 3 THURSDAY, AUGUST 6 Smith son of Mr. and lege, Mt. Berry, Ga. [I Nassau from Rutherford'sJewelers.

Party honoring Miss PeggyJo Luncheon honoring Miss Mrs. Floyd Smith of Alachua Mr. Smith was gradu- See oar complete selection of 'I } FREEHONEYMOON }

Norris bride elect of Jane Hannon bride elect of has been made by Mr. and ated in 1960 from Santa Fe Wallace heavy Silverplite lined Miss Buckler the dauqh-

Randall Scott Dampier, 8 p. James Allison Adkinson Mrs. Mrs. Fred C. Ballard of Zir High School attended Berry k decorator-coordinated colors. I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob \ \

m., Mrs. L. B. Rivers Jr., H. M. de Tamble and Mrs. conia. College and is presently at- [ From $4.50. Orrell Buckler 725 N.E. 5th

Mrs. Allen Tanner and Mrs. Raymond C. Bender, 1 p. m., The couple has set September tending Shorter College, Terrace is a graduate of .1}

N. T. Thomas at the Rivers Tower House. 5 as the date for their Rome, Ga. Gainesville i i High. The }
4th Street. son of Mr. and Mrs. .
home groom \ 4 I
Rehearsal dinner honoringthe James W. Huguley. Jr.. is in romantic foreignNASSAU' .
Bridesmaids luncheon com- \ \
wedding. party of Miss plimenting Miss Jane Han- LongDouglasThe also a graduate of Gaines } I
Frances Winston Murphree ville High.
non, bride '-' elect of James
and William Charles Mr.Mauzyof and Allison Adkinson Jr., 12:30: p. August 14 is ceremony will take After returning from } ::1} I

Arlington Texas Jr. m., Miss June Dixon of Lake to be the wedding date of place at 8 pjn. in the homeof 211 West University Ave. their honeymoon: at Nassau
John A. Murphree will make \ \
Mrs. aunt of the bride Hotel the couple .
Wales Elizabeth Ruth Longof the bride-elect's young ROUND TRIP TRANSPORTATION
Miss grandmother
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Troxler Phone FR 2.865.8Brides their home in Gainesville c
Miami uncle and aunt of Thomas. Alachua and Walter Doug- Mr. Ed Feagle of is in via Mackey Airlines on giant 4-engine Sky-
of Mr. Huguley
for Han- where
Rehearsal dinner Forest I c master luxury planes. 4fc
f Grove.
and las of Alachua formerly 0 with
the bride elect business
the .
non Adkinson wedding party fc S DAYS IN NASSAU
Mrs. James G. Stringfellow 8 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Brooker. I his father. \ with accommodations at the deluxe world-

her cousins and Mr. and James A. Adkinson Sr. of Orlando Announcement of the This free week-long tripto famous Royal Victoria Hote!, with romantic.

Mrs. Fred Mason 6:30: p. m., Holiday Inn. engagement was made re- "romantic foreign \ tropical gardens, swimming pool beach privileges 1

at home of bride elect'sbrother Reception honoring Miss cently by the bride-elect's Nassau in the Bahamas" is \ dancing gourmet meals etc. 'X

John A. MurphreeJr. Nancy Calvert Pepper bride- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bar- to Be'in. the fifteenth in a series of \ t COMPLETE SIGHTSEEING PROGRAM

., and Mrs. Murphree.4 elect of John Rudolph Cars- ney Long of Alachua. quarterly awards offered to \ includes tours by private car, motor launch, '\
TUESDAY, well II, Mr. and Mrs. Grier Miss Long is a senior at couples in this area by S etc. '

Luncheon for the Murphree-and Kirkpatrick, 5 to 7 p. m., Santa Fe High School. .RANK ANDERSON Rutherfords Jewelers.The \ \

Mauzy out of town wedding guests party noon, Mr. Gainesville Golf and Country Mr. Douglas son of Mrs. ANNOUNCE HIS 5-day honeymoon \ /r77:7c7\: \\

and Mrs. Guy Hamilton Mrs. Club.Wedding Lee Douglas of Brooker and ie award includes round trip \ \
of Miss Saundra
and the late Mr. Douglas is em- via Mackey YOUR DIAMOND
Fred H. Winston and Mr. transportation \
Mrs. A. A. Murphree uncles Lee Buckler to James William ployed at the University Experiment Airlines on a giant 4-engine BONUS 4
Huguley III, First Baptist S
Station at Hague. luxury plane ac-
and aunts of the bride elect Church.SATURDAY. "WeddingPackage Skymaster at In addition to the free honeymoon.
in Nassau
and her cousins, Dr. and Mrs. commodations if your engagement diamond was J
Walter E. Murphree Gaines- AUGUST 8 the deluxe world-famous \ bought ot Rutherfords .you }
ville Golf and Country Club. Royal Victoria Hotel which \ will receive a beautiful .
Wedding of Miss Frances Bridesmaids luncheon com- has romantic tropical gardens \ 5-PIECE SILVER t

Winston Murphree and Wil- plimenting Miss Peggy Jo Including your engagement swimming pool beach TEA SET
bride elect of Ran- p dancing gour- \ \
Norris announcement privileges
liam Charles Mauzy 4 p. mo. ,
McCaul Chapel of the First dall Scott Dampier of Waverly AWARD-WINNING DESIGN portrait your formal studio met meals and many other \ \

Church. Reception Mrs. Lacy L. Doke, Mrs. New Bath Shower Volv portrait (mode in studio features plus a complete
following at the Gainesville W. E. Cellon, Mrs. Ralph Cel- I in wedding dress) and sightseeing program with f
lon and Mrs. Colson tours by private car motor H
and Country Club. Hugh six informal condids made \
Golf \
Shower complimentingMiss -- of Mrs. W. E. Cel on your wedding day. launch etc. .
t lon, Route three, 12:30 m. \
bride- p. t all paid
Peggy Jo Norris The expense
elect of Randall Scott Dam- ..? ot Miss Harriet N Only $49 95 Dream Honeymoon is offer-
C. Dam- Jane Hannon to James Alli- three months to I Present Registration Ends August 31st.
pier, Mrs. Jimmy 't All For ed every
r ;
pier and Mrs. John Mott 8 son Adkinson Jr., 8 p. m., r. couples in the Gainesvillearea GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK \

p. m., at the Mott home, 2102 First Methodist Church. Re- who are to be married }

NW 6th Street. ception following ceremony at 0t" within one ,year. No pur- \ TOMORROW! ,
Phone FR 6-5323 for i i
complete details. Other
the Holiday Inn. more compre required all the
Luncheon honoring Miss H. J. BOX hensive chase is ; FROM OUR ..
wedding plans \
Jane Edwards bride- Wedding of Miss Rebecca are available, of course including applicants have to do is select \
Martha Douglas Davis Jean Wanninger to Jesse Allen BLUMBING COMPANY Living Colour genuine leather custom mode albums and their china crystal and \ BRIDAL CONSULTANTQualify \:
elect of Harry 410.. NW 19th LANE portraits; in artist's o /Is. Ruther-
Valdosta, Ga., 12:30 p. m.. Hunt, North Central Bap- FR 6-2238 silver patterns at \ \
tist Church 7:30 m. fords and fill out an entry \ '
Mrs. Earl Powers, 3304 SW p. ., ine4iii&: t
a+st re blank telling jn 25 words or (jl
4th Court.WEDNESDAY. There is no substitute for 1 \
AUGUST 5 less why they ..'\ [O Jt",
GAINESVILLE NURSING CENTER Rutherford's brand name \ dt. \
Miscellaneous shower hon- professional portraits made \ .cFetUflf/l41 .ti.tic \
Buckler '
oring Miss Sandy O
bride elect of Jimmy Hugu- GAINESVILLE'S MODERN NURSING HOME by Frank N. Anderson. ttic addition to the Nassau c l $ \ f

ley, 8 p. m. Miss Helen Ann Convalescent Care I ,CENTRAL AIR I I I'Outstonding honeymoon winning couples \ 4.tcr."Ji. 1 1A
Davies 2216 NW 4th Place. I CONDITIONING | Photography will also receive a com- \ \
Care of
Luncheon complimentingMiss for Aged In Gainesville Since 1933"FR plete silver tea service if \ tkI.e..t'rL.1 "
Nancy Pepper, bride- families Care of Chronically III Patients r they have purchased their : -

elect of John Rudolph Cars- pie"I "i"; 0 Short and Long Term Care 6-5323 engagement diamond ring E..t

well H, Mrs. Justus Williams veeetie w 0 A. A. Okus Administratorocupt from Rutherfords. 103 WEST UNIVERSITY A VENU b!
and Mrs. Frank McCormick o tieets >. 821 N.W. 13th St.
Katherine Okus _. R.N. 1 closing date of the MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE
V \ _\
by Jay or week
12:30 p. ,m. Gainesville Golf
phone 376.6214 | next !oneymoon trip
and Country Club. 1 I I Nassau will be August .31st* ---- \

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switched to the right hand.. .t:

l )I Jernigan Nuptials Held Today's Wedding Rings: Plain, Fancy way fancy Then they wedding the can: couple enjoy band' set.buys the This new a 4s tj

wedding band styles and still, *l
: -Dennis Rob- have their diamond. -j\iAno'ther
e' _married July By PAT HOGAN ford a diamond now will geta pie to wish to design their .costs of $4.95 up to $60 **j
tenary Metho- plain wedding band so thata own wedding band. "That's without stones," the trend is away from
;by Rev. Nelson "Just a plain gold wedding: diamond can be added lat "But, when they compare jewelers emphasized matching wedding bands. ;{
lade ormed the band. Nothing fancy it's er. prices and look at the many, One of the new ideas Since the men won't agree to :::
eem; ore an altar too feminine." marketed styles, they usual- ,noticed by Rutherford's is wear the real elaborate1- ,
in bands
Styles wedding ly buy an already made that of buying an engage- styles, most women settle on -,
4c ith carnations,
That's the most en- have changed recently, as .
way conservative style, ,:
and one, ment diamond but, as soon a more I
dry urns gladioli. gaged men feel, according to have the wedding ring sets. Rutherford's added that it as the marriage ceremony is generally the plain gold wed- .'!
YR Nat Robertson of Robertson's
The formerly Miss i Gainesville jewelers.But was not always expensive to performed, the diamond is ding band.
flan e Jernigan, is the there are exceptions.For Jewelers attributes. this to design your own band. I I g
new designers."One
dau "of Mr. and M r s.Cu + instance, there's the jade The expense is involved I S
Jernigan. The bride- wedding band, mainly for company has a groupof when the ring is so different For Those Who CareT :
IS the son of Mr. and of' to metal. former automobile designers that a separate cast has to 1
Mrs Glen Dillard of Annvillepa. I":: people Then there's allergic the yellow gold designing the new rings. be made. Then it may run as \ e Most. o- ..
high three times the cost oI
h -white gold combinations, of- That's why some of them as
of a similar name brand
Bands have settings which look like
called two-tones.
Gertrude was organist Ie ;; ten I
Mrs. Harp car fins," he said. ring. But when one wishesto
with diamonds,
and Robert M. Moore can come add stones, only a minor SWIM LESSONSIndividual
tress soloist. rubies, or any stones desired.Or The width of wedding cost is made to change the
you can even design your bands, especially men's, is ring design.
i Given in marriage by herYfather own. another trend. The demandfor Private Instruction for Children ;
the bride wore a floor- iwr of the the wider band seems to and Adults Given in The Holiday Inn Pool
gown of white chiffon Names wedding be fading. Robertson's Jew- Gurtner's felt that many Guaranteed Results cr your money back
bands, in most cases, are as
lace bolero. Her illu times people wanted to design -
elers said they didn't like to
the bands. In flJJ
veil fell from a pearl IIip S appealing as there sell extra wide bands be- their own band as an I for further information call
the plainer styles, are
carried Bible indication of their individualism.
and a r cause they weren't good for TOM OLSEN
orchid. I I't such names as Promise Me, the skin. "This way, they are k
Adoration, Eternally Yours. pretty sure of being the Q '372-7187 or The Holiday Inn
g only i !
"But, he added, "againit's
Chiffon Gowns Worn fdk Golden Tapestry and Mandarin one with that I
Miss Lois Louise Jernigan, f Y are more ornate styles. personal. I had one man ring." particular I IToday's I I Member S.E.UF Conference 2 Yr. Lettermon Championship- Team
want a band three fourthsof
sister of the bride, was maidof
wedding bands
Downtown jewelers give an inch wide. But that'san II|
honor. She wore a yellow the plain ones, range from
chiffon dress and carried a t. different reasons for the popularity exception. '
bouquet of yellow carnations. y of the plain wedding Florentine and the new -
Miss Mila Lou Jerni g a n band. Zales' attributes this to two-tone combinations are
aunt of the bride, was brides- the man's, wish to avoid any- the newest styles in colors.
too feminine. Lewis Both Rutherford's and Rob-
maid. She wore a pink chif- thing ANNUALAUGUST
fon dress and carried a bou- Jewelry Co. says that many ertson's authorities said thatit
quet of pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis! Robert Long college students who can't af was not unusual for a cou- W -

Thomas Jernigan served duced guests to the receivingline
his son as best man. James and Miss Susan Thorley USE

Lyons ushers.and Morgan Bass were kept the bride's book. WHITE SALE I

The bride's mother wore a Palatka Home

gold silk shantung dress with The bride chose a pink FEATURING
matching accessories and a lace suit and matching accessories -
corsage of yellow carnations.The for her traveling en- WLAY AWAY SUPER VALUESON
bridegroom's mo t her semble. After a wedding tripto
chose a green chiffon dress, south Florida, the newly-
white accessories, and a cor- weds will make their home in SHEETS TOWELS
sage of yellow carnations.A Palatka where Mr. Long is ,
reception was given by employed by Southern Bell. ,
the bride's parents followingthe AND DOMESTICS
ceremony in the Youth The bride has served as OR BLANKETS (OFFERED AT BIG SAVINGS !

Building Silver of candelabra the church.h o 1 ding secretary Youth Fellowship for Met and h Chair-o dist : C B A '!DURING AUGUST) ON LAY-AWAY YOU PAY 10% CANNON'S"MAJESTIC

pink tapers decorated the man of Christian Fellowship.Out ABC (OR A MINIMUM OF $1.00)) AND PAY THE BALe ROSE" PERCALES
bride's table, which was over- of town guests includedMr.
laid with a white lace table- and Mrs. L. S. Terre 11, ANCE IN 3 MONTHLY PAYMENTS. WITH CBA -
cloth. Starke, grandparents of the B A 1
Mrs. Elsie Dean and Mrs. bride; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. NO DOWN PAYMENT, MONTHS TO PAY. ,
Elsie Parker cut the cake, Terrell, Jacksonville, aunt REG. 3.59, . . . . ... . .-, SALE 2.9972"xl08" .
Bass and uncle of the bride and
and Mrs. pour- FLAT I
Seaman 3rd Class Darrel Davis 9 '
ed Mrs.punch.J. Howard Ward intro- Mayport. REG. 3.99, . . . .. . . . . SALE 3.49 ,

Home Furnishings DOUBLE FITTED,

' 'Help Packet'Free SLOn 2"' Floor REG. 4.59, . . . : . . . . SALE 3.99 '
81"xl08", FLAT, .

REC.4.99, . . . . .-. . . . SALE 4.49

to BridesProblems PILLOW CASES, .


of managing without charge by writing the
University of Florida Agricul- CANNON'S STRIPED PERCALES
time, and energy,
care and selection of clothes, tural Gainesville.Extension Service, I FEATURING 10% REDUCTIONSON 72"xl08", FLAT ONLY,

and household furnishings, as REG., 3.59 . . . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99 .
well as the preparation and I ""
serving of attractive and wellI I 8""xI08", FLAT ONLY,

swered for new brides in a
packet of helpful ideas offer PILLOW CASES,

ida ed by Agricultural the University Extension of Flor- I G r't IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK REG. 1.19 . . . . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 99c


The packet was prepared by
Mrs. Joseph H. McSwine and I MIRACLE FIBER BLENDS* 72"x108", FLAT ONLY, I

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Ahrano, Extension I REG. 3.59, . . . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99

Alachua Home Economists of rI "CAMELOT", REG. 2.99 ... SALE 2.69 FLAT ONLY ?
.i BEACON "BALLERINA", REG.'S . : . :. . ... AUGUST WHITE SALE 3.99 -.
Included in the packet are REG. 5.99 . . . . SALE 5.39
such booklets as "Care of" you reach for the tweezers ..,, BEACON "SPACE SHIP", PILLOW CASES, ,

Metals"The Well and Kitchen Dressed Ware Home-, every? If time you you do.apply then your It Is makeup high- REG. 5.99 . . . ... SALE 5.39 REG. m . . . .... AUGUST WHITE SALE 99. I
time consulted Edmund Dwy.
maker Away From Home," er to have this unwanted hair FIELDCREST "MOTHER GOOSE", & "COL-
"Herbs," "Call Us Mr. and sands removed of beautiful once and girls for aiL are Thou-using LEGE PLAID", REG. 5.99 . SALE 5.39
Mrs.," "Using Florida this method.Strictest privacy adhered FIELDCREST "LACUNA"
Fruits," "Family Meals at to. CANNON'S .
Low Cost," "Removing Stains I EDMUND REG. 4.99, . . . . .. SALE 4.49 '

Bride's First Week In the I REG. 5.99 . . . . SALE 5.39
Kitchen." As well as many I ELECTROLOGIST
others. 107 W. UniversityFR COTTONS (Thermal Type) TOWELS .-...

This packet can be obtained I 2-8039 "AI R-FLO, 72"x90", REG. 6.99 . . . SALE 6.29 :
-I, "AIR-FLO", KING-SIZE', REG. 14.99 . SALE 13.49 jS BATH, :
-- -- 100% COTTONS (Regular Weaves) REG. 3.99, AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99 :,



REGULARLY 5.99 . . . . . .. SALE 5.39 .. s .. REG. 1.79, AUGUST WHITE SALE 1.49 m,._.-. I. -
100% ACRILANS -. ,
WASH CLOTH ,',-, ;:: :
REGULARLY 14.99 & 15.99 1 . SALE 13.49 & 14.39 4
REGULARLY 27.50, . . . . SALE 24.75 BLUE ON BLUE OR PINK ON -. .
ELECTRIC BLANKETS (Miracle Fiber Coverings) -. .-., ..
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REGULARLY 10.99 . . . . SALE 9.90 i

REGULARLY 12.99 . . . . . SALE 11.69"FIELDCREST" I

REGULARLY 17.99 . . . .... SALE 16.19 I

REGULARLY 19.99, . . . .-. . SALE 17.99 S.
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decorator service \ "FIELDCREST" FULL, : I
REGULARLY 21.99, . . . . ..". SALE 19.79 BATH MAT SETS F'

REGULARLY 39.99, . . .0' . . . SALE 35.99

F 72"x84" UTILITY SIZE {
: SPECIAL 1.99 :
*imJE'E REGULARLY 9.98 . . . . . SALE 8.98SO"xS4" t
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OUR DAfiY TV SHOW WTSH TV 2 8 15 AM REGULARLY, 13.98 . . . . .'. SALE 12.58 J 0, ....... AQUA, LILAC. NILE GREEN. PINK.'WHITE.. :17"it ; _
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rl Hither And Yon ]I II fL4JkIt1L Drip DryPRINTS I


house on the hillside between the sea and the mountainsis t The finest combed cottonsare
home for the Hal Lewises this summer. They are spendingthe used here to give o
greater part of their vacation 'way out in Honolulu in a rich reflection to the many
'L prints and solids. All with
< n house their close friend Ouida Fay Paul discovered for them. sA I minimum care finish to I I

give core-free wear.79e .
The days are not all "vacation" however for Hal is teachingat
the summer session of the University of Hawaii. On week- xqeti

ends, the two are visiting the other islands. A.recent letter
; from Mary gives part of the "inside story" of their weeks .t t tkx x Yard
: away from home. She writes:

1 .
i "At the Tampa Air Port, we ran into Maggie and Seton Ed- 1 r R. v

; son, who were coming to Honolulu with a stop over in Los -..".' '-<- ''''- -
- to
Angeles. We ran into them again while we were both visiting Miss'Dawn FinkleaGraduate x
DeWitt hey II I r the Island of Kauai. They later came to Honolulu and we tour ;Jzd Spring KnightBroadcloth

ed the island together. schoolJL\ J :

"Sam McFadden (from the UF horticulture department) is : K ;
HonoredAwarded and his first two weeks with while \
here for a year spent us New low price in a new
looking for an apartment. "Mr. and Mrs. George Mayer, who array of foil col rs. 36"
were in Gainesville last year, entertained us and Sam at a Miss Dawn Finklea i' fashions .. wide drip dry for easy
daughter -
core Make the transitionto
patio at their home in Kailua.
the title of out- party of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. : fall now.

standing high school biology "Sam met Polly and "Catfish" Smith (Col. and Mrs. Ver- Finklea, of Gainesville and I

teacher in the Southwestern non Smith) one day in the horticulture building at the ,Univer- formerly_of Windsor, will be I Pinwale Abbey
States is DeWitt Ivey of Al- sity of Hawaii, where they had gone to explore the possibilityof graduated from St. Vincent's "i 49 C Yard

buquerque, N.M., son of Mrs. becoming specialized farmers in Hawaii. Hospital School of Nursing in I CORDUROY FLANNELS _
Thelma- Ivey. Jacksonville. Graduation
The Lewises will be home in late August to return to their eX-I'1' Use it for bedspreads, plCI'TN widest, assortment of
The head of the biology department teaching at the university and P. K. Yonge schools. ercises will: be ,held clothes,' slipcovers skirts, colors is in Gainesville now.
of Sandia High afternoon, August 9, ,at St. II shirts machine wash Start sewing your foil word-
Paul's Church. for easy core in excitrobe selecting from this
School, Mr. Ivey also was ing fall colors like coffee new of the new blend of
A gala party to introduce their son, Major A. N. StubblebineIII UlrrablendPRINTS
I sun gold bright ortf acetate wtllchmaiu
selected New Mexico's rayon ,
as and their Sharon Lee and
his wife, Jerry, youngsters, blush rose gives a soft impish swirl to
award winner in the annual Stuart, was given Thursday by Col. and Mrs. A. N. Stubble- S cretariesAssociation bright red and Many More! your creations. I
program of the National As- bine Jr. at their home.

sociation of Biology Teachers A blend of 50% Avnl
These awards The party served to welcome young Bert home from Korea ( $229 1 i Rayon and 50% Cotton--
recently. are after service with the Eighth Army and also to celebrate the OoC Yard Yard Drip dry Wash 'N Wear.
given in each state "to exem- hosts fortieth wedding anniversary.Col. Wins HonorsDuring Expensive looking wonderful -
plify and represent superior and Mrs. Tewes Kundel and Dr. and Mrs. Richard to feel and so easy to
teaching" in the subject. Dresdner assisted Mildred and Bert win the hospitalities. An the International sew!

The honored teacher is a Army Navy cloth was used on the serving table, festive with convention of. the National III i
graduate of the University of flowers, and roses from the Kundel garden were used about Secretaries Association held Tartan DacronCortonPLAIDS 59c

Florida, where he took his the house. recently in, Washington, D.C., Yard
B.A. and MA degrees. He Mrs. Beulah Hunter, delegate PLAIDS
: Major Stubblebine and his family previously lived in High-
has been with"the, Albuquerque when he member of the at from the Gainesville chapter
land Falls, N. Y., was a faculty 36" WIDE
Public Schotfl System and a past president of the 6 5 % Dacron Polyester.A .
the U. S. Military Academy before going on overseas duty.
fine combed ginghom of 35% Cotton-Dark shades
since 1951. Now the family will move to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., wherehe city organization, receivedtwo 100% cotton pre-shrunk,
to blend into fall
is to attend Command and General Staff College. They high honors for the yam dyed. vet colors Allwith your sew-
will be here another week. chapter. i I a rip-d ry-creose re'g plans.I Here's a. group Wraparound MajorettePOPLIN
I sistant finish. Full of fall you can coordinate into an
Wedding Early in June, the Stubblebines Jr. attended the colonel's -
The chapter was presented colors for the new season array of new fall ensembles. Matchmates
: Class of '24 Fortieth Reunion at West Point. They too will be I ahead.
for Colonel Stubblebine has been a member of the the Southeastern Award as I
moving soon New for The
excitement miracle blend in
the 9 your a
UF Engineering College faculty, he is assistant professor of chapter having the high- $12 fall sewing Prints to crease resistant, Wash and
engineering and co-ordinator of the work-study program for est percentage of member- 68 C Yard Yard match many of the new Wear fabric See end
seasons co'ors! Combinations select the new fall coors-
the new engineering college. ship 'participating in the cer- to excite your taste for the There is one or more to go
tified professional new styles for school and into your wrap around collection l-
secretaries town. 65 So doc ron,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jr., and their daughter, examination and was named 35?o cotton .

ListedMiss Susan, are spending the weekend with Mrs. Edwards' sister, runner up for the international :
Mrs. Richard W. Thomas and family of Jacksonville, who award, the Victor Frenkel 79c $149
formerly lived here. trophy. Yard Yard
Returning with them will be their oldest daughter, Sandra,
Lillian Fried man of who has been interning in occupational therapy at the Veter- Attending the convention

St. Augustine and Joseph ans' Hospital in the Bronx, N.Y., this summer. Sandra was to with Mrs. Hunter were Mrs.

Leonard Halbers t e in of fly to Jacksonville today. She will resume her senior studiesat Naomi Bullett, chapter presi-
Gainesville will be marr i e d the university in September. dent and alternate
deleg a ,
Sunday, August 9, at 2 p. m.
and Mrs. Peggy Bowman ;
at the Knights of Columbus Flying to New York City Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- CPS.. e I

Hall, St. Augustine.A liam Avera. Bill was elected committeeman for the national ;
Recently, the local cha
reception will follow the Trial Lawyers Convention and was invited to speak duringthe ter received a certificate, p of- ;

ceremony at the Monson Motor sessions at the Americana Hotel, where they are stopping.The honor ,from the 'Florida FABRICS
Lodge. Averas also will attend the World's Fair and go to
sion of the
American Cancer
Westchester, N. Y., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fuch-
Attending the bride will be shery. Society for participation in
Miss Miriam Bucholtz of the recent Cancer Crusa 109 W.
d e University Avenue
Phone FR 2 .2721Y
Jacksonville, cousin of the
as a member of
the Inter- I I
bride, as maid of honor and Topmost excitement during their short sojourn in Europewas Club Council.
Mrs. Robert Clein of Atlanta, spending Bastille Day in Paris for Mr. and Mrs. '

Ga., cousin of the bride, matron Charles E. Rich, who flew home Thursday following a
of honor. business and pleasure trip.
Libbye met Charlie in Paris after his business appoint-
Marvin Halberstein of Syd- ments in Munich and cities in the Netherlands. Then,. be-
ney, Ohio, brother of the tween business conferences in Paris and London, the two
bridegroom, will serve as "marched through" the two cities afoot many an hour and
best man. took a bus tour through Normandy and Brittany. y i If 1f ,, J fF t1Ty, .,

Ushers will be Borri i s Next round of excitement for the Riches will be the wed-

Mazo, John Dow Ing and Irving ding of their son Charles and Gretchen Mary Smith of A
Kaplan, all of Gainesville, Havre de Grace, Md., which will take place August 15. The 1 I /Y *_, e

and Irving Lichter, Philip family plan to go to Havre de Grace a few days early to ,
Bernstein, Jerome Gamsey attend the round of festivities planned for the, bridal couple.

and Solan Freeman of St. *

Augustine.Pre Dr. Oscar K. Gordon, Greenville, N. C., has been the 1
house guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ida Keeling Cresap.
nuptial activities will
During his stay, he and Mrs. Cresap spent sometime in
include a bachelor party to Palm Beach, Key West and Kissimmee, where they visited r\ ',J &
honor the bridegroom electon
the Ellis F. Davis family, and in Jacksonville, where they -
Tuesday at 8 p.m. v/a'ze/ hi -
were guests of Mrs. Elizabeth K. Jack. ,
Hosts will be Irving Kaplan Dr. Moore, professor of economics at East Carolina College / ',, !Y

Zero Mazo, Joe Lichter, Greenville, has been appointed a member of a committee I
Irvin Robbins and John Dowl- to organize and establish an East Carolina College 1, L
ing. The party will be at the Research Institute. He plans to return to Gainesville Sep-
Kaplan home, 1806 NW 36th tember 1 for a short visit and will be accompanied home I
Tr--,... by Mrs. Cresap for extended visit in Greenville. I

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Slack Sets 12 OFF MR. GEORGE of GEORGES FRANCOISE \ ,, aI -:"

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Saturday after Carswell Sr., Miss SUPER DELUXE AUTOMATICMODEL

noon, the wedding of Mrs. Carolyn Carswell and Rion 142-B REG. 329.00 VALUE
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cellon and William
Master David Shep- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cowles announce the birth of a
Edmund Rion took place in the Miss Julie Shepard all daughter on July 30 at Alachua General Hospital. The baby Now
First Methodist Church Chapel. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. has been named Melissa Ann. Mrs. Cowles is the former
Rev. Thaxton Springfield per Summers of Orlando; Miss Ann Kyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Kjle. I I $ ,
I Kenneth Jones, Winter The baby's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John
formed the double ring cere ; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cowles of Minneapolis. 4NEtOIE
mony, which was attended by Jr.,Houston, Texas and s s TWIN t; ,
members of the immediate fa and Mrs. Clayton Mills of ,
mily. Va. Robb Walter Baldwin is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. FOR .
The bride is the daughter of John Baldwin for their son born July 25 at Alachua General FANCY
Mr. and Mrs. Byron E. Millsof I Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dan Baldwin of Louisville, Ky., S11TCHES FULL PRICE u ,
Gainesville and the bride- Beauty Tips are the paternal grandparents of baby Robb and Mr. and
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Kington of Madisonville, Ky., are the ma-
From BabyHand ternal grandparents.Mrs. .
Fount Rion Sr. of Palatka.
Kington who spent several days with the Baldwin,
The chapel was decoratedwith dermatosis and deter returned home last week and took the Baldwin twins, Dan BUILT-IN BUTTON-HOLE MAKER
palms, magnolia, and baskets hands-prevalent among and Michael home with her for the remainder of the sum- PUSH BUTTON FOR DECORATIVE DESIGNS
of pink and white flowers -present a real mer. The Baldwins' young daughter, Barbara, is spendingtwo
and pink candles. ; when it comes to weeks with her maternal aunt, Mrs. Fred C. Davis of I ADV. IN LIFE ACT NOW'
Orange Park who also visited here last week. TERMS ARRANGED
Wedding music was furnished ; the hands and doing IJ I
by Mrs. Arnold E. Wir- dishes.
tala. dishes. Baby shampoo has PLUM NAME I SERVICE: WHAT WE SELLJNKELL'S
Detergents and soaps only extra large molecules that
Given in marriage by her irritate, but many cannot penetrate the skin's Damson plums get their name I SEWING MACH. SERV.
father,the bride wore a street- are recom surface and therefore cannot from the city of Damascus. The
of ice blue silk irritate. 815 W. .HfctiV. AVE. GAINESVILLE
length gown Regular detergents,
women with this small, nearly round plums are
chiffon with overblouse of re- designed for high penetrationalso 3 S-1075 DELIVERY WITHIN 50 Mt
problem try gentle prized for jam and plum but-
embroidered Alencon lace witha r. y shampoo as a general penetrate the skin and
cowl neckline. Her tiny veil cleanser and washing tend to irritate. ter. j
ed hat of matching satin -"It
was adorned with chiffon roses
and pearls. She carried a cascade -
bouquet of pink cham- !
pagne roses and stephanotis.The _

bride had as her only at- 7/
tendent her sister, Mrs. Perry
McGriff,Jr., who wore a pale
pink dress of chiffon over taffeta -
and a matching head-
piece. Her flowers were a cascade -
bouquet of deep pink AUGUST COAT
roses and ivy.

Fount Rion Jr. served his I
brother as best man. Ushers AND FUR SALE
were Mr. Monroe Summers Jr.
and Perry McGriff Jr.

The bride's mother chose a PRE-SEASON SAVINGS ON NEW 1964
sheath dress of pink linen
with white applique white IA FALL STYLES, OUR ENTIRE STOCK! '.
accessories and wore a corsage -

bridegroom's of pink mother roses.wore The a : 10 % REDUCTIONSON ; 4

pink linen dress appliqued in
white, white accessories and : FUR TRIMMED COATS
pink roses.

Reception Follows UNTRIMMED COATS AND t' ,

Following parents the ceremony entertained, thebride's i I MINK OR SQUIRREL STOLES

members of the family and I
friends of the couple at a reception -
at the Holiday Inn. AUGUST FUR SALE

Palms tall brass candela-
bra holding pink tapers and -. 10 % REDUCTIONS
pink and white arrangementsof
bridal flowers decorated the
room. .- '". SQUIRREL STOLES, Reg. $99-$159. >*
SALE 8900143.00 .
The bride's table was cover w-,
ed with white net and taffeta MINK 4 & 5 SKIN LEI, Reg. $159.$199 '
and decorated with swags of SALE $143-$179
pink chiffon, pink satin
grapes, smilax and greenery.The .0"w. MINK (SPLIT-SKIN) STOLES, Reg. $279$349SALE
punch table was centered 251.00314.00MINK
by a silver candelabrum
holding pink tapers and decor : '(LET OUT) STOLES, Reg. $379-$599 AUGUST COAT SALE
ated with pink roses. Overlaid : SALE 341.00-539.00
with a white net and taffeta
tablecloth the table also had MINK COLLARS, Reg. 34.90, SALE 31.40 10% REDUCTIONS
swags of pink chiffon, pink satin -

grapes, smilax and green SELECT FROM RANCH MINK, ROYAL PASTEL, AUTUMN REG. 19.99 to 159.00
bride's book table held a FURS) SELECT WITH CONFIDENCE AT WILSON'S. THE SALE 17.99 to 143.00 t
large pink candle decorated MORE THAN 30 YEARS FUR EXPERIENCE OF THE MAN- ,

with crystals pearls on,a bugle silver beads footed and re- AGEMENT IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF TOP QUALITY. FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST t tI



Assisting with the hospitalities 1 i yr 100% WOOL STOLE AT 10% SAVINGS. IF a
were Mrs. Hunter y '"
Wood Mrs. Hugh Simmons .

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Sunday August 2, 1964 Gom !!ville Sun ; I!

Paris Designers Unveil Their New Fashions for Fallj ABOUTMr. PEOPLE tesies the visitors have been during extended their to

. week's stay.Sunday .
and Mrs. William C. Gaughan and her daughter,
f 5 fui $ark etntra all over the world, will select Skirts slope out slightly or woman to bend 'over grace- Hairy or wildly fuzzy ma- O'Neal have had as their Miss Ethel Gaughan of Cam- Mrs. O'Neal and

PARIS The French designs to be reproducedand flare gently at the hemline fully. Chanel's pants have terials have been calmed houseguests for a week the den, Ark.A her son, Pat, will drive backto
translated in ether coun wide legs that flop and swirl down.
but they move with a narrow latter's cousin Mrs. Thomas member .
Haute Couture, which meansa tries. and kick. of social cour Arkansas with their guests.PAGAN'S
motion. One of the few Evening dresses still have a -- --
majority of the world's most s, .' t.
Designers are so fearful of dissenters is Roberto Capucci benevolent gleam, either from
influential designers, is taking spies that their assumes rich bejewelled I
secrecy who likes his wider. Furry animals have not yet embroidery or
the last out of its mouth
R pin the proportions of a been banished, even those surfaces.
and the final hem- Shoulders have gone backto
stitching well developed phobia. Thereare lesser than, mink, sable or Hairdos show smaller, I
normal after BOOTERY
certain trends, however, proportions ermine. A wide range of species sleeker meeker heads. The
The winter collections of which are peeking out of the last year's muscular look. will show up on collars, mussed up, swollen hairdonow
more than 50 fashion housesare mist like spotlights. They are small or, as done by jackets and cuffs. belongs to the past. The
in full swing and will con Yves St. Laurent, slightly in- neck is often bare but never I
tinue through next week. flated. Raglan sleeves are Colors aren't beaten down the forehead. It is concealedby IN APPRECIATION OF
,e by black but in several houses
back mostly thanks to Marc really thick bangs or a
l An eagle eyed audience, The new silhouette is long, Bohan at Dior. they do give way to it. It mass of curls. Very often the
including store buyers from really lean and easy going. won't be an excessively somber hair is piled up high and widein I
The waistline does not slink year, however.Francois front while remaining neat YOUR RESPONSE TO THE
down rise to new,
or up any
in back and the sides.
Crahay has a new I
notable level. It is soft, supple
Bridal CourtesiesFete and occasionally close to brooding green which is dark Chignons and hairpieces are II
the body without pinching it. and compelling. Pierre Cardin for evening dresses. OLD FASHION BARGAIN DAYS
likes a deep blue and a pure
Hemlines show the same Makeup will be more nat
stability. Nearly"aU of them prune color. ural. Even Yves St. Laurenthas

Miss Edwards will be neatly placed at the Tweeds are on the,wane. commanded his modelsto WE OFfER FOR
kneecap. Check" MP i "s and plaidsare cut down on lipstick and be

\ Jackets do not deviate wildly decidedly not. stingy with the eyeliner.L. .

As a pre-nuptial courtesyfor Mrs. J. N. Anderson Jr. en- from the loose but shaped cut
Miss Martha Jane Ed tertained with a luncheon that is so known and loved. ONE WEEK ONLYAN
wards of Irvine and her Thursday afternoon to com- They often end where it seems Bridge Club Notes I
fiance, Douglas Davis of Val- pliment Miss Edwards at the most becoming: at the hip I
dosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. home of Mrs. Pound. bones. Those designed by Si-
Ralph Blodgett and Mr. and monetta and Fabiani will be
Summer lilies and By JOHN E. CRAPS Gray and the writer were
Mrs. W. Wade Hampton III roses short versions. ADDITIONAL REDUCTIONON
were used throughout the UF students John Briggsof third with 904.
entertained last night with a house. Longer versions have strong Ocala and David Herlongof Mrs. M. H. DePass and
supper at the Hampton home. clean curves without shrink- Leesburg, showed their Mrs. W. E. Baringer tied i
Shades of pink flowers cen- Centering the luncheon table ing the woman who wears heels to all other North-South with Van May and R. A. Ben
tered the serving table, was a wedding cake, them. Tunics are fewer. contestants in the Gaines nett for top score East-West, OUR ENTIRE
i(, which was laid with a pink placed on an antique reflec- ville Bridge Club's Wednes- both pairs having 93. T h i r d
cloth. Silver candela bra tor. The cake was decorated Collars often rise up to tic day evening game, with a place went to Mr. and Mrs.T. .
flanked the floral arrange with a nosegay of sweetheartroses kle or conceal the ears, es score of 108%. There were seven G. Calloway of Birmingham
ment. and encircled with ros pecially in the hands of Gerard tables in play and the ave Ala. SUMMER STOCK OF
included Mr. and Pipart at Nina Ricci.
Guests es. rage score for all pairs was The club will hold its next
Mrs. L. K. Edwards II,
par *
at 7:30 tomorrow
game evening
ents of the bride-elect, Mr. honoree, her mother, Sleeves are news because 84.Dr.. R. I. Johnson and D. at the Recreation Cen
and Mrs. William George Mc- Mrs. L. K. Edwards III, Mrs. they slink straight down to the W. Bowman took second hon- ter. Visitors are always wel
Crea, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon Cherry, Mrs. Percy wristbones, hugging every ors with 98%, while Mrs. H. come to join.'Po'tato .
Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer
Proctor. Beard, Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. inch of the way. They are
seen everywhere, even on the WOMEN'S SHOES
Miss Elizabeth Edwards, Marcus Conant, Mrs. W. B.
Miss Catherine James, Miss Stotesbury, Mrs. Roy Purvis, most sumptuous embroidered would Man' Toy
evening dresses that
Mrs. William Mc-
( Dorothy Hampton, Miss Ann Goerge
normally expose more flesh.
Dell, Miss Mary Gracy, Miss Crea, Mrs. Wilson W. Hend-
Georgeann Gaither of Miami, ricks Jr., Mrs. Harvey Wattof Pants will steal a lot of the Delights Sick ChildHere's

James Feiber, Arthur L. Atlanta. thunder and lightening. Coco
Campbell Jr., Jack Dawsonof Miss Sally Adams of Mul- Chanel is one reason why. an easy to make, paint for the eyes, pink tack
Valdosta, and Len DeFoorof lins inexpensive "potato man" fora for the nose and red for the
S. C., Miss Elizabeth
collection for the
youngster who is confinedto mouth.
. Miami. Edwards, Miss Robin Gra- first time, will include dozensof bed with an illness. Stick four wooden sticks cro TO cro
Corsages were presented to ham, Miss Anne Conant, Miss
them, to be worn for after-
the honoree and her mother Use a long round potato; (popsicle sticks are ideal)
Graham, Miss Mary I
ski at-home, not in the
or make a hole, covering almostall in for arms and legs Fill
by the hosts. Gracy, Miss Delia Adkins, I
street, Chanel says. They are the surface in the top side the top hole with dirt and
Luncheon Gh'enMrs. Miss Dona Ademy and Miss
in wool and brocade.
jersey and out half the plant seed.
scoop grass
C. Addison Pound and Ann Dell.
The shape of her new pants tato.For Dampen with water and let OFF THE ORIGINAL PRICE
and a few other designers the face insert white the child watch the "hair"
have been working on the thumbtacks dotted with black grow.

t Calendar Of Events same resemblance wavelengths to the-skintight bear no 1 KI'Y. ALL SALES NO EXCHANGES

, styles that never permitted a r ., .... FINAL NO REFUNDS
Gainesville Newcomers, Gethsemane Lutheran :, GET A BETTER JOB "'

7:30 p.m., City Recreation Church Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nti
Center. Shirley Sommer, 1123 NW Advanced & Brush-Up Secretarial

22nd ,
International Women's Uni y v
versity Group, 8 p.m., UF International August 5 ; :Fez-,.y. ''trr.% :,.ryti <.: Courses Offered I
t Center, Mrs. Glenn Gainesville Bridge Club 1 : :aRa'z
7:30 p.m, Holiday Inn. ; Farris and Mrs Clifford
Boyd, hostesses. University City BridgeClub f t tN \ w Medical) Legal I,Real I PAGAN'SBOOTERY J

7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, : .
Women aC the Moo e,&$m., 1W }m 35Dj Terrace. F1 yCR1 S t, d, )tote Sttr109I0 '1y
Moose Lodge.Gainesville \ TOWN TO .
University of Florida Wom MEET FOR NOON J Train also for
Bridge Club I en's Club and Newcom- LUNCH. .,
7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. mers Group, Summer Bridge, 706 W. UNIVER. AVt. Civil Service jobs.

TUESDAY, August 8 p.m., Clubhouse, West New CLASSES NOW FORMINGHowell's 102 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
University Lutheran Church berry Road.FRIDAY I
Women, Birthday Luncheon, August 7 Business College

noon, Mrs. Oscar E. Heskin, Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 218 W. University Arenut 376-3507 s .ti, Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
?Ol NW 22nd Street. a.m., Holiday Inn.

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J -" mom-sehem i ng m the
grandest manner and at far .
I less cost than you'd imagine!
Beauty and value that's the ''"
secret of this i exciting new collection I-
by famous Drexel.I The
grandeur of 17th and 18th cen
tury Mediterranean royalty is
: ; translated into today's smart <
: living needs. Choose from a !
s. \\ combination of three finishes -
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'on rich native pecan veneers ;
G and solids. Sheer inspiration. .:. b ,

OIf) The Theme Is Spanish i

At "RANCHO GRANDE HOUSE" by Macoma Homes I



Blocker & Turnipseed Interiors & CarpetsOcala, Fla, J. Ed Blocker, Pres.

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HeloiseDEAR L # 1,1

I have five married daugh- .bTQ't't
ters. All have from three to five
little babies. When they come,
they are like pennies from meals.
heaven. I try to help them all. .
All a baby really needs is dry
diapers (And I beg of every SUmmertt'W i
mother to keep the baby's dia-
pers dry and check them every I
thirty minutes or so a blis- ,

tered bottom means a doctor's .,, ... ..# dairy specials 9
the :
bill!) Laundering diapers \\ .
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;r: h
far cheaper.It "' ,'<<'-tt.K 'I'\ ... ?
r o! '" d" >>: @ '':; "\i T' ;YH."t.\ -t. -< Pillsbury Fudge
is really a difference of .. \t : 18
about six diapers a day. I suggest ( roliEIX PREMIUM TEND ER. R;wN Brownies V k; 47c
that any money a mother FTio NOT FROZEN '
M A RK B T S .INSP. FRESH Kraft's AssortedCheese
has to spend should be used for SHIPPED,
buying diapers. ;. Spreads. 5'" 29c
Sale" .
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Watch the want ads in the pa. 1 SPECIAL OFFER

.per and buy jour furniture sec.ondhand QTRS'( s)
if you have to. All ( / : t':1BREAST ENDOPEST2
that is really necessary is a few :
,. I
"basic clothes. And please tell the ,........ .................., .
mother to remember that as the ;<<;;;;w.;: "
baby grows they can buy other t : ;; :. LEG QUARTER Gal.I 6.95

necessities. Better yet, after the QUART SPRAYER FREE ..
baby comes they will meet
"friends with older babies who

will give them things that will
:cave on the budget. ; "v a Your C i O6iOO

And this* goes* on* and on, 1 choice 1* Jftl Green Stamps

", girls. Remember, people have 'i. w6 ;. MAXWErt *i coupon mi purcfcaM eh ;
been having babies for years Ib. jg HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE
do out 10ox. jar $1.69
and Just not
years. go % ... August S. ...,
on a limb and go hog wild going F -
into debt for any item, .......J
whether it be for a baby or
for Sure p tY
yourself. prevents
.. sleepless nights, etc. 1 'ter ,., r Swift's PremiumChunk 19O1bo1OO I

later You! probably don't remember I' .- Bologna 3-ib.. 99* J" Green Stamps. W
I ntk this coupon and ftoreXot*tt-'
it, but in the days of Swift's Premium
horse and buggies, they usedto NESTEA INSTANT' TEA
say, "Pull on the reins Bag Sausage 00. 3.*,. 99 giant 3oz. jar $1.29Capirtt
and the horse will slow Wtd. Auguit 5, IH4 '
tightly I KaMnuilOOJf .
down." _' Swift's PremiumCanadian ........1 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q .......:.. ,

Watch your budget and just c h. 4h,, Bacon 0..0. ti59: .
love your babies.


Reel or ./, J5/ Green Stamps
DEAR HELOISE: i' .. I with this coupon and purchase of ;
One of my hints to share is a Nlw ""(Jn Punch 3 I6;",S $1. BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BO"B
use for those gathered skirts
get tired of just rip ROYAL PURPLE reg. size 98c
you P''Zt Exeira Wed August S. 14S
them and make colored PLUMS 4 vrT (; J
apart ..
pillow cases! . OQOOQQOQQQQQOOOO .:.. :

These are {fins-tJor children':
rooms or for traveling and saves
those fancy white r '

Heloise welcomes all mail,
especially household hints t
which she can pass on to read.
ers as space permits. How-
.' ever, because of the tremendous -
volume of mall she re-
ceives daily, Heloise is unableto
answer all individual let
ters. She will answer readers'
questions in her column whenever

possible.* I IMrs.

This is for mothers who
have tiny children.The .
pretty bonnets they kI
have for little girls always
look wilted when you wash

When I wash mine, I wringit PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORS
out and stuff it with tissue '
paper while it is still wet. I Strawberry DIXIE CRYSTALS CANE
hang it on the line by its
strings and spray it all over Preserves 12'0%. 29 -.OfrX"XEXTRA

with spray starch. . jar SUGAR
When the bonnet is dry, I J"\ Green
press the brim and there is no Del Monte Fruit I HOLLOWAY trilh*ii HOUSE coupon and PIZZA pgrdlOM of.psi
need to press the rest. SAUSAGE AND CHEESE
This method makes the bon- C 303 ;rc::> 16-ox. 79c
;"' I tifl C pkg.
net new.look like the day it was oc ... Gi . e conSwift's i. 9. S. OQOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOQ Wed.. August 3. 1K4 Edown

K. M.
Ox Smooth 5.Ib.
I have a friend with a PeanutY Pk9 EXTRA
'tr O 50
39c sO
zany sense of humor. She hada FREEGren
recipe which ca 11 ed for
crushed lemon drops Beech-Nut or Gerber's Strained J"
(candy). She placed them in w I willa"1t COUpoll stampsl
a bag and tried to crush EXCEDRIN
them with a hammer and it Baby Foods 12 small 98Except 36ct.

: failed abysmally. iars LIMIT 1 PERCUSTOMER f d. Au ult S. 1M4
Whereupon, she put the ( Strained Meats, Limit 12 Please) ,, .4-. .,. SQQQQQ..OOVITH OQ
candy in a heavy plastic -..4 ; ;
: bag (allowing plenty of rooms t \ PURCHASES
they weren't crowded),
placed the bag in her drive- a Tl i _" OF $3.00 5'0mEF lEA lf 50
way, and ran over it with it OR MORE
.. her car. A perfect job 0 f produce lane .0 F;1 Green Stamps

crushing' ,a JUICY SWEET SANTA ROSA fi e .iheus ewckase eF: ;
1 .
ESTHER DOBNERI THRU NOOM WED. ... Any type or Size! r.

Our hope sides the did bag when didn't we PLUM"' f& AUG. 5, 1954 t ] Cx .rM Wtd. Q ] I.o' OQ

this. .
use attractive clip on :
earrings, which no longer clip lb. 1. 9c c1 t" 'irf. WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
tightly enough as tie backs f 4r"
for my curtains.


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Here is something I dis
covered when washing a 1 1
:. small garment that has 1 1 CENTER

stays: (Bras waist-cinchers, cairo beauty pompeian ideal
; garter belts etc.) sweet bug-proof pest M A R K t T s 1014 N. MAIN ST.
I put the garment in a mixed olive oil dog food
zippered cotton pillow cover pickles guard shelf paper STORE HOURS:

and if any: stays or supportscome 12-n. erf 9' +-ea. 21- 1S-ft.. .r 9-9 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
I fe' 3 1'491. 39'
loose, they will be in .IF
="the bag and you ,don't have 9-7 SATURDAYI
r '
::to worry about them getting .' ; o' ;
into the drain of the washer.
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He Leads Reform Judaism in U.S. -Rev. SaundersIs

I ( ttsui11e e SWt H : '. PastorAt

RELIGIONN. But Has Never Written a SermonBy R Oak Hill .

The Oak Hill Missionary Baptist

GENE HANDSAKERLOS ly, sometimes finding time for relationship." said when be heard of it. "Our
ra r- wishes to make the following
ANGELES (AP) He' this by parking his car on a That settled it The tableau temple isn't used on Sundays. .' statements in regard to the article
never buttons his ministerial quiet side street. In the pulpit went on as usuaL Come on over and use it."
which appeared in The
Central Baptist robe. Sometimes he leans an el- he ignores his notes.
bow on the pulpit Over the years Magnin has The Presbyterians did for ,Sun on July 20.

If he runs dry, he stops. His .remained singularly free of con- several weeks, until they got
statement list-
The in a
If story
another bores him
speaker preaching maxim is: "Don't troversy and criticism. Los An- new quarters of their own.
1. Summer School Set he silently translates the dull ever bore them." .geles newspaper files bulge with i ing local Baptist churches read:

monologue into Italian, Spanishor clippings of this luncheon, or In his haIf- entury here be "Oak Hill, 800 N.W. 40th Ave.,

French or surreptitiouslystudies Blunt warm-hearted, infor- that dinner meeting honoring has seen a diminishing in anti- 89 members. At the present

I Vacation Bible School will 6-year-old superintendent, Mrs. population figures froma mal; heavy-set, with ample dou- him for good deeds. Semitism, he says, thanks partly time this"church does not havea

t begin Monday at the North Cen- Martha Woodard; 7 yearold pocket calendar to keep ble chin; 73 but more like a vigorous -I to the National Conference of pastor. .

I tral Baptist Church, from 8:30 superintendent, Mrs. Lynn Gam- himself awake. I 50, Dr. Edgar Fogel Mag- I' Twice each fall at Rosh Christians and Jews and, locally The Oak Hill Church wishesto

t a.m. to 11:30 a.m. through the ble; 8-year-old superintendent, Next year Rabbi Edgar F. nin is- Hashana, the Jewish New Year, the University Religious say this statement is incor-

I week. Arts, crafts, handwork Mrs. Andrew Whitney; 9 and Magnin will complete 50 years I and Yom Kippur, the day of Conference, of which he is president -I SAUNDERS i rect. The source of the facts
leader of 102-
I and Bible stories will highlightthe 10-year old superintendent, with the same_congregation, one Spiritual a I atonement the overflow from at UCLA. A dozen differ-I was erroneous. The church has
that includes men cheap-
program for children ages Mrs. W. T. Jones and 11 and of the biggest and wealthiest of year-old congregation Magnin's temple fills Immanuel ent religions use the same building 100 members, and has Rev.
2,500 families Jack Ben- said that of
skates? It is out
3 through 12.Principal 12 >ear-old superintendent, Mrs. his faith. and Eddie Cantor. I Presbyterian's 2,000-seat sanc "We believe in disagreeing Wm. S. Saunders as pastor.He .
of the school will R. L. King.Fiftyfive. Yet this "poet in the pulpit"and ny I tuary. agreeably." three girls who wear engage- has served the church

be the pastor Rev. N. B. Lang- adult teachers and "good-natured maverick," Leader of Reform Judaismin This is a bit of reciprocity Retirement? ment rings either buy them well as pastor for nearly a

ford, with Mrs. Bruce Dorseyat workers will round out the fac- as he has been called, has never the western United States." I going back 40 years to when themselves, or have to lend I year, and is loved by the

the piano.Departmental. ulty. Refreshments for each written a sermon. He rarely an- A "dear friend, in the both congregations were located "Not as long as I stay well their boy friends the money. church.

sup e rintend- day are being planned by a nounces a sermon subject. words of James Francis Cardi- I downtown. The Presbyterians'aging and my mind is fresh."

ents will be: nursery coordinator committee headed by Mrs. L. l Standing under the soaring nal McIntyre, Roman Catholic I building was condenmed,

of the three nursery depart- 0. Lynn. This is expected to be :dome of Wilshire Boulevard archbishop of Los Angeles. so the next Sunday they renteda

ments, Mrs. Carl Turlingt; one of the best years for the Temple, which he helped build, "A fine scholar, a real gentleman theatre. Southside I

ear-old superintendent, Mrs.R. North Central Baptist school, in 1929 he speaks spontane- and a wonderful neighbor "What foolishness!" Magnin ,

D. Jordan; 5->'ear-old super with at least 300 children to be ously, from the heart. ," says a nearby leading,

intendent, Mrs. Dorothy Smith; enrolled.the I To prepare, he reads endless- Protestant pastor,. Dr. William j Baptist PlansBible
__ I S. Meyer of Immanuel Pres Warsaw NotesAnniversary

Baptist Student Officer byterian.- And in the words of a SchoolTomorrow

grateful resolution by the Los

Angeles County Board of Super-
WARSAW, Poland (AP) night will mark thedckoff .
:; To Preach at First ChurchDr visors, "one of the,great" spirit- Polish citizens laid wreaths Sat- of a season highlight at.
ual leaders of America. urday marking the 20th anniver- Southside Baptist, the Summer Take UP to 36 months to pal It our
low discount prices. Furniture Manufacturers -
The resolution was
Bible School ,
of Warsaw's anti-Nazi Sample House South Main
sary .
after controversy threatened St at South 13th St.
;;.David Alexander, Secre- I ices,' and .join Dr. Alexander Union Manual," he was named the traditional staging of the uprising which a Communist of- Designed for children and

tary,. Student Department of I for dinner at the Thomas Ho-I department secretary in Aug- Nativity scene last Christmasin ficial called mad political ma- youth from age 4 to 17, the

the Baptist:"Sunday School I tel. ust, 1961. Los Angeles' historic plaza. neuver doomed to defeat. scheduled each night

Board._ Nashville Tenn., will A native Texan, Alexander As a member of the Baptist The Antidefamation League of "The London (Polish exile) thIs week from 7 to 9:30 at the

J preach during the morningand 'attended Oklahoma Baptist World Alliance Youth Committee B'nai B'rith, a Jewish service government and reactionaryforces church, 516 SW Second Terrace.
evening worship services Alexander made world were responsible for Topics for the age groups during -
!University, Shawnee, and is a a organization, had questionedthe
today;:at ,the First Baptist i bachelor> of business adminis- wide tour in 1963, visiting South- legality of putting the dis- creating the situation which the 5-day activity will be:

Church.l tration graduate of Universityof ern Baptist mission fields and, play on public property.Up enabled the (Nazi) occupants to Beginners, "Learning About

Sfu eiiL; faculty and staff New Mexico, Albuquerque.He especially, places where stu- spoke Rabbi Magnin, him- destroy Warsaw, but it was one Jesus"; primary, "Jesus, Our

arerwelcomeLto attend the serv- also did graduate work at dent work was being organized. self a past district president of of their last acts," Zenon Klisz- Best Friend,"; intermedia t e s,

the Graduate School of Busi- B'nai B'rith: "Human relationsare ko, a member of the ruling "Facing Life's Choices"; and

ness Harvard University, and at Joins Faculty more important than legal Communist Politburo, declared.The junior, "Pleasing God With

Columbia University. He has technicalities. Jews respect the uprising took the lives of My Life".

completed residence requirements At Bible great teachings of the Christian 10,000 Poles and this city, since rtec.. ,.--1Jf,$ .U2 u;.;:." J_..,, ,", ._.. :---r--- '.. J

for the doctor of philos- religion. It has been a mutual rebuilt, was reduced to rubble. I ?
ophy degree at Vanderbilt Uni- InstituteGRACEVILLE / .1 ;: $ .
versity, Nashville. I

ay publications Before he became and materials editor of in I I. Dr. LewisA. Today In History Lt

Curtis, pastor of the First .
Board's student departmentin ; <
October, 1955, Alexander was Baptist Church of Calhoun City, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'returning from a journey to I II

Mississippi, is assuming the Today is Sunday, Aug. 2, the Alaska.In 1 .
director for three of .
years post of Professor of Biblical 215th day of 1964, there are 151 '1945, Japan was attacked II
the Nashville Baptist Student
M Union. Previously, he had directed -Theology at Baptist Bible In- days left in the year.Today's by 800 U.S. B29 superfortresses. -
stitute.A i highlight in history: .
BSU's at University of New
On this date in 1939 Presi-
Mexico and Texas A. and M. native of Meridian, Missis- Ten years ago The FBI re- w>. ,
College College Station. Coauthor sippi, Dr. Curtis attended the I dent Franklin D. ported the arrest of five per- + t i/11 tl4 rl l ,
signed the Hatch Act. It was ]
t <4 of "The Baptist Student public schools there and also I sons identified as Communist i

-- ----- graduated from the Meridian designed national to political limit expendituresin campaigns I I party leaders in Los Angelesand PS're''ycs ; ? ? %,'.e'rre' .yfwaac -

Moon Photos Municipal Junior College. He restrict Denver.
and to political activity
ALEXANDER j later was graduated from Mississippi Five years ago Vice.,Presi-
federal .
i Were Marked I College in Clinton (B. by employes.On dent Richard M. Nixon was -- '
Scouts Seeking this date -- :
A. degree), and from New Or- In 1858, the first steel letter greeted by a crowd of 100,000 on ; : '-- _,.

Camping GearBoy PASADENA, Calif. (AP) leans Baptist Theological Sem- boxes were set up in Boston his arrival in Warsaw, Poland,

Small black crosses, Ts and Ls inary with the Master of Theol- and New York. on a flight from Moscow. I I

Scout Troop 164, sponsored seen on moon pictures taken by ogy and Doctor of Theology de- In 1906, Anthony Comstock One year ago The United r

by the Highlands Presbyterian the Ranger 7 spacecraft were grees. raided the Art Students' Leaguein States, Britain. and Russia were I

Church, is seeking used explained Saturday as reference: In addition to the Calhoun New York, the first spectacular reported near agreement on a I

I camping equipment. Althoughthe marks meant. to show if distor- City church, his former pastor- activity in his lifetimeas limited nuclear test ban treaty.

scouts have a depressedtreas tion occurred in the pictures. ates, all in Mississippi, in- a reformer. I I

ly, they're willing to buy All pictures released Friday, elude the First Baptist Church In 1914, German forces in- 4 '

I 1 the equipment. Anyone having: night by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of Tutwiler, Hickory, Friendship vaded Luxembourg.In ,

equipment of this nature is asked bore similar marks,I 'in Lincoln County, and Ra- 1923, President Warren G.. Power of Prayer I

J to contact James K. Lee Jr., spokesmen said. mah in Franklin County. Harding died in San Francisco,i I
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GAINESVILLE. CHURCHES 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Holiness ,ene, 302 SE 1st Ave., services,I t i v e writes, MATTRESS PROTECTORS

Advent Churches Ridgeview Baptist Church, Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar- at 10:45 ajn. and ;:30 pjn. "For sometime LONG-WEAR 130-COUHT

Advent Christian Church, 617 NW 19th St., services at 11 cher Rd., services at 11 aim Trinity Church of the Nazarene our REVERSIBLE

NE 1st St, services at 11 a.m. a.m. and 8 p. m. and 7:30 p.m. 926 NW 31st Ave., service firm haspracticed LOCKSTITCH WHITE MUSLINS

J and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger Westside Baptist Church, Lake Forest Pentecostal Holiness !! at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. a PLUMPLY FILLED

Memorial Advent 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat Church, services at 11 a.m. University Ave. Church of the, I five minute' 11x99", .r EloitfciieJ 2$3Twill
45th Ave. 11 ajn. and 7-30 p.m. Nazarene, 3545 W. Unfr Ave.,!! 1 period i of
Christian, 19th St. at and 7:30 p.mUniversity ,I Fitted
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Catholic Pentecostal Holi- services at 10:45: a.m. and 7:30 silence each TWIN 2.17 Reg. 2.69 REG. 1.89
St. Augustine Chapel, 1738W. !I I morning.when i '
p.m. ness Church Odd Fellows tem- p.m. 81 108", or EUsticii $ 77
Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat ; employees are
Alliance Churches ple at 740 SE 2nd A\'e., servo Presbyterian FULL 3.17 .
9:30 and 11 a.m., daily mass urged to meditate in their Reg. 3.69 Double Fitted
First Alliance, Bishop Jr. ,Mon. through Fri. at 6:30: a.m. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. First Presbyterian Church.: own way. REG. 2.09
High, 1901 NE 9th St., servicesat Inter-denominational 300 SW 2nd Ave.. services at 11: :< .i
and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 a.m. Con- J
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Gainesville Drive-In Church, a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Results are of for a4 -
fession Tues. Fri.
at 7 p.m., at I
Assembly of God 5 p.m.St. I Hawthorne Road, service at Grace Presbyterian Church greater value both to em- OUR BEST PILLOW
8:30 3146 NW 13th St service at 11 ployees and employer ;
First Assembly of God Wal- Patrick's Church, 704 NE ajn. than their,coffee break. 'iC rr ,4"? 50% DOWN 50% GOOSE FEATHER
The Salvation 22 SW
services at 11 aim Army, a.m. REG. 6.99
do Road 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9,
and-7:30 10:30 ajn. and 12 noon. 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and Highlands Presbyterian We cell it our 'medita wo po : 4.77MATTRESS
p.m.Baptist ChristianFirst 7:30 p.m. Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave., serv- tion break,' time for

Calvary: Baptist Church. 2500 Christian Church, SW Jehovah's Witnesses ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pm.KanapahaPresbyterl. clearing the decks of t.

SE 15th SL, services at 11 2nd Ave. at 8th St service at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's i-' negative and disrupting h-ti; P S COVERSTWIN
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 11 ajp. I Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., aa Church, Archer Road past! thoughts. q & FULL SIZE

Carol Estates Baptist 1 West Side Christian Church+service at 6:30 p.m. Medical. Center, service at 11 II Everyone relaxes physically 5- REG. 2.99

Church. 1428 NE 20th Place, meeting at Lhtlewood Elemen- LutheranFirst a.m. and mentally, and 2.57

services at 11 am. and 7:30 tary School cafetorium. 812 NW Lutheran Church. 1801 Quakers we suggest that the wayto LJ .. ,
NW 5th A\e. at 8:3(1(I : -- <
p.m.- 34th St., service at 11 a.m. services Religious Society of Friends, get rid of tension- .

Eastside_Baptist Church, 1501E. Christian Scientist and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. 1921 NW 2nd Ave., sen-ice at creating thoughts is to

Univ. Ave., services' at 11 Christian Science Church. 420 Lutheran 11 ajn. i jUnltarian say a prayer. DECORATOR BATH TOWELS .....+ ice. '
;aixf:7:30: Church 1905 NE 12th St, service ,
am pjn. SW 12th St. Service at 11 a.m. -Unh ersalist : as sryr
at 11 a.m.University The sight of a business >M tt t: .
Faith Baptist
Church of Christ Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

r ChurclL..NW. Ave.. at 7th. Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. Lutheran Church, 1204 NW 10th AVe.,! place full of people silent Sale 771 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at and reflective is some-' at 11 ajn. and Ave., services at 11 a.m. aid Sunday school and services
11 a.m. thing to see and seemsto REGULARLY LOG
7:30 pjn.First 7:30 pjn. both at 11 ajn.AREA all toward
carry a 1 ,,
425 W. Univ.
Baptist MethodistCentenary '
Cle'Y.Iw'SeIW."H.J&Lt notion
1 Fourteenth St. Church ol 1 CHURCHES cheerful day. rt makes us teay.
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and i Methodist uoc t Packer-free dabbjr border.Many coIaa.c. '. h ",

\ 7:30 p.m. Christ, 205 NW 14th St., services SE Hawthorne Road service I Baptist and more in efficient several happier ......... ..... avstof frWtf. Pink. Woe gold
at 11 a.m. and 6:30 Archer Baptist Church, services ways more
Forest Park Baptist, 1624 I at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. roses on whit cotton terry.Die 24x46
N\V. "th' Ave., services at 11 1, Northeast Church of Christ Faith Methodist Church, Howard at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. ,I successful. ; 14 !' .
418 E. Univ. Ave., services al t Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose { HII T.wtb S1S VtobCUthfl- _- 2fC- "
am.' and 7:45 p.m. Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- We are glad to print -
t .11 a.m. and 6pm.Thirtyninth worship services at 11la.m .w
j ium, 1901 NE. 9th St., servicat < this unusual experience.and : .
A Gainesville Primitive Bap- and 7:30
Avenue pjn.
tist Church, SW 34th St. at Ar- of Christ: 1811 NW 39th ChurclJ'l 11 a.m.First I First Baptist Church of Mic- questions. you too which may will relate be COORDINATED SCULPTURED

cher Road, service at 11 a.m. services at 9 a.m. and 6:la Methodist, 419 NE 1st anopy, services at 11 aim and answered here. Write Editor BATH MAT SEPARATES
!) North Central Baptist St., services 8:45 and 11 a.m. 7:30 pjn. C .
p. m. I P. O. Box 13, Norwalk 21x34 Mat r 27' Octagon
Church, 4ONW' 14th ,Ave., ser and 7:30 pjn. Hague Baptist Church, sere; Conn. (Copyright

vices at 8:30 and 11 ajn., and Church Of God ,, Trinity Methodist Church, ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. EFCO) This public sere Sale 1.67 s:;
Church of God, Hawthorne T
7:30 pm.f 3536 NW 8th Ave-, services at Oak HOI Independent Baptist, ice sponsored by: : -
Road and Third Ave. servicesat .
f Oak Hill Missionary Baptist, 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. 9 and 11 ajn.. Fairbanks, services at 11 a.m.. :I......,...rli.aoa..1iid bm 1k

t 800 NW 40th Ave., services at EpiscopalEpiscopal Wesley Community Methodist and 7 p.m.Williston. u 27a4V Ili.._"''' III c..._.1.00COnON
Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., Baptist Church, ser-
11 and 8
1 a.m. pjn. Center Chapel _ol
; services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 vices at 11 ajn. and 8 ,.m. I
the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ., JONES-JOHNSON
Oak Park Baptist Church Ave., Holy Communion at 1 a pjn'I Methodist i TERRY KIT $IEM TOWELS _
4810 Archer Rd. services at -
i Alachua Methodist SE 1st
a.m., morning prayer at 10>ii Wesley Foundation and Uni-f
9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. i, St, service at 11 a.m. Polish they dry, leave no trace of lint. R1G.
r Old Fashioned Missionary a.m. First Sunday, Holy Communion Uersity I Methodist Church 1320 i Melrcse'Methodist, service at11am FUNERAL HOME Coordinated as stripe, checks; kitthen colors. 5 a I e 3 for 77C ref' $1
at 10 .
a m. W. Univ. Ave., services at
Baptist Mission, at corner ol and 7:30
Holy Trinity. 116 NE 1st St. p.m.
NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services .9am.
; Holy Commu ?n at 8 a.m., Newberry Methodist services 311 S. MAIN ST. ... ..." ....
I at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 'I Mormon at 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 HO l*> NO AUDI NO iUTS SATISFACTION CUARAMTCED. C r I I He -T
'j l morning prayer at 9:30. First t tl Church of Jesus Christ of Lat. pjn.

t Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 I ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th I Orange Creek Methodist, US- i -.

13th St, services at 11 ajn. and 9:30. Ave., Sunday school, 10 ajn.,I 301 north of Hawthorne, service:i FR 65361mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i; _T. G R A NT CO 'Y.. .. -.6'1,0'" J ,-, '41-, (, ;1--

and 7:45 pjn. St Michael's, 2180 Milhop per Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn. at 9:30 ajn.Wflliston !i -

Pine Grove Baptist ,Church, Road, Holy Communion at 8:30) Nazarene Methodist Church II' GAINESVILLE SHOP'NG CENTER = OPEN TIL 9 P.M.r :
4290 NW 39th Ave., services at a.m.; family service at 1:3e-> First Church of the Narar-, services at 11 a.m. and S p.m.I' .

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'SO YOU Have Troubles How About the ? ,

By TO MILLSAPS Grove community in northwest He carefully watered the destiny had her wry laugh. ] He also leases "about that Even so, the spring drouth

I An old woman runs a wide- Alachua County about eight melon daily. He fertilized it. Less than a week after the much more," he says. parched and withered his corn

ss open lottery in Alachua County -miles south of High Springs. He sprayed it with pesticidesso festival, Bell was harvesting his I crops and stunted the growth in
that grosses about $25 mil- Bell grows watermelons. This no hungry bugs could damage run-of-the-mill melons when he Brandon raises cattle corn his pastures, resulting in the

lion each year. year, he selected the best it. He practically lived withit. discovered a huge one'previous- and tobacco. Overall, the old loss of thousands of dollars. _

Sheriff Joe Crevasse knows young melon he could find in : ly overlooked. Bell plucked it, girl has been kind to him since Asked when he expects to get

about it but he doesn't do'his field to groom for entry in And Mother Nature smiled. took it home and weighed it. his start in 1930. And trying to out of such a risky business,

anything. 'I the annual Newberry Water- Bell realized his ambition at the It tipped the scale at 79 lbs. get the odds still more in his Brandon didn't take long to

a stL + Church groups know it. Even melon Festival contest. A lifelong festival. His 74 lb. melon won A long-time player of the lottery favor, Brandon has installed irrigation -make up his mind.

the governor knows it. But they!' ambition to show the cham- the top prize and Bell proudly is County Commissioner systems to give his "Never!" he barked, sounding -

As1 don't do anything about it either. -' pion melon at the festival carried home a trophy a yard Claude Brandon who owns crops all-important water when as though he had just been

prompted Bell to go all out to tall.But more than 600 acres of farm the fickle lady decides to hold asked to cut off his rightarm.

They can't. realize his dream. our intransigent lady of land in the Forest Grove area. back the rain. .

This untouchable lottery is
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run by a fickle old wom- Calf Sale

''an I Mother Nature, who alternately NeWllans L. DamSupporters

smiles and frowns on EstablishesGuide
producers of the county's an-

,12T r'1' nual $25 million agriculture

business. Lines
Nature's deck has long been

stacked against the farmer.

I Three age-old devices she uses I BELLE GLADE AP-FIori-) Gains .

are drouth, cold and insects. da's first graded feeder steer

Farmers, trying to beat the sys- calf sale of 1964 brought about

,, .. F tem, use man-made aids such $1.50 per hundredweight over

as artificial heat, irrigation current market prices Friday

4: m5 $; : and pesticides.Even night.

so, the old lady has .
While the price differentialwas .. .;
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ways -
encouraging during a per- 1' ..- AIR'ORT:

mortal Late upstarts.last March, area far- iod of generally depressed I. "................" ... ....M.:

I mers planted watermelons. The prices, the main objective of I to AirP'oject .- ...........:
old lady lulled them to sleep the graded sale was to set up
guide lines by which south Flor- .-
with plenty of rain and balmy
weekend ida cattlemen could begin up- r
weather. Then on Easter -
she sent down a freeze that grading the quality of their GAINESVILLE

wiped out virtually all of the stock, a spokesman for'. the By NORM LaCOE l

young, tender plants. Florida Department of Agriculture -! Sun Staff WriterA

Many farmers, long inured to said.Another. dam across Prairie Creekto sR.zs NEWNANso

-. intimidation by the old girl, objective was to pro- stabilize the water level of

replanted at great expense vide buyers with a uniform Newnans Lake a project that
Fortune Smiled TooIt's facili- has been in the )
Those lacking irrigation graded supply of calves. pie sky for ?
ties were struck again-t his years has gathered support ,tio LAKE

hard to top the trophy but the Curtis Bell time by an extended drouth. All Top price was $21.35 a hun-, and may become reality .

family, between High Springs and Newberry, did this resulted in a sparse crop dredweight for a group of within the next 12 months.

just that. Mrs. Bell holds the Lester Hodge trophy which reached the market too choice Herefords. Calves were iw
The water level flucuates
her husband won for the biggest melon at this year's late to command early high pri predominantly in the good and
widely season to season.
Newberry Watermelon Festival. Ironically, the medium grades. Those graded '
watermelon it's resting upon is five pounds heavier ces.Sometimes the vacillating old good sold at an average of Sportsmen, water conser- 44 ROPOSED DAM

than the 74-pounder the Bells won on. They just girl plays ironic tricks. An example -about $18.40 a hundredweight.Those vationists and quite recently, o 0 l tL
didn't happen to spot it in the field until the contestwas happened to" Curtis W. graded medium paid out county officials have come to c 4 G v J.C Z

over. Bell, a farmer in the Forestes about $17.30. Overall average favor the dam.

price was about $17.60. Some landowners in the past AC.L.
i I k RR,
The sale was the first of its have opposed the dam. Their ,'
i kind in south Florida and the land would go under water.A } y

GREAT DAY II second in the state's history. public hearing is scheduledin PAY ES A I IIi

two weeks to air the dam pro 7 0
posal. It has been called by the PRAIRIE

In The Heavier. county>Recreation and Water

: o e Morning Conservation and Control Auth-
Toln ority, a three-man appointive -. # 'S;;. :'
One of the problems broughton by rubbing two Boy Scouts to- The body, for instance, is def- -- '-"' --- agency. W. Wade Hampton III o

by age is that the old mind gether. Alice has asked for them initely showing signs of disre- is chairman. s Lr

loses its razor sharpness. The nine times and the last time pair and right now is in need of Sales Due The authority has asked the

ability to remember, for instance she had a most hostile gleamin transplants in practically every County Commission for $50,000in 1 '

splutters, backfires and her eye. You can do it. if you section. I HIGH SPRINGS -A heavier its budget for the next fiscal l LAKE

often quits.It try; just remember-matches! Come to think of it, this mightbe volume of tobacco is expected year to build the dam. \ ) ?
was brought to us forcibly Matches!! MATCHES!!! a good time to warn Blue I .... wAueEne
several years ago, when simple So, one way or another, the Cross and Blue Shield to hold here Monday, when the fourth Newnans Lake is four miles ----=:---
i business of remembering has back their dividends sales day of the season will east of Gainesville. It is the -=; ; -
requests like "Bring home some on for one, LAKE -.1= 3,
milk," failed to register, with been improved, if not perfected. of these days they're going to open at Watson Warehouse. nearest major water body to .f-, ....... .-1I ,
Gainesville for recreation.It .
the result that milk-less break- There still remain a numberof get the big job of patching upa sale held -d '''C'N 3*.
fasts became a sore point other matters concerned with I certain guy, and just the Another light was is a shallow lake, mostly [
this affair of trying to item for bandages is Friday, when only 148,446
And especially so, when on grow going to with sand bottom. It covers ...
asking for milk, the reply was old gracefully. run into real money. I pounds of leaf were sold for about 5,235 acres. Several I c-: V

"Can't you even remember that $84,355, but prices were excellent creeks, principally Hat c hett ,"' ) t' rORAHOdt E

you forgot to get milk yesterday with good tobacco bringing Creek, flow into it. It drains : : LAKE

!" That stung, for it carriedan B-.adford about $68 a hundred. by> Prairie Creek, then into
implied criticism that you Camps Canal, River Styx and
However, warehousemen expect -
be able to re- Orange Lake. Dam
should at
a full sale on Monday, and Proposed
member that )'ou'forgot. Admissions Marie Beard, Fayettesville, then big sales again on Tues- Interest in the lake has in-

No good at all to remonstratethat July 20 Charlie Warren N. C. day, Wednesday and Thursday creased greatly since the county Here is where dam would be placed across Prairie Creek, to. establish the

you had bought the milk, Gibbs, Lake Geneva; Gordon Births the market days usually opened a six-acre park, boat- water level in Newnans Lake.
but had left it in the refriger- favored by II ramp and bank-fishing spot
Steward Adams, K eystone growers. know what recreation there is what the for the dam chua is and it
Herald 25Mr.. there last same as County growing,
ator at the High Springs Donald July and Mrs. Thomas year.Fishermen
Heights; Martin Hea- "
office. You cringe at the Leonard Barnes, Lawtey, Friday's totals brought the ICor their employes. previously built on Orange I is going to be harder and harder -
New Castle Pa.
ney, ; Mary 565- long have worri- Lake.
for volume for the season to Although sportsmen, Conser-
sweet comeback, "Bully a daughter Tammy Lee. to find land for recreation.
Johnson James Wilson
; ed about the unstable water lev- I
do is I 446 and revenue to $318- vationists and officials
Now all we have to pounds, county Construction would be of sheet
you.from Lawte to High Springs :Moody Starke. July 27 Mr. and Mrs. An- 740. el.: Bass, bream and perch like favor the project, some proper "We on the commission are
go anti have breakfast." July 21 Mary Alice Ellington drew Timothy Lee Glen St. ,, to spawn among the roots at ty owners stand to lose. trying to save some of this, and
we with can noodle headedness Lake Butler; James Don- Mary, a daughter, Virginia Co- Prices for sand lugs this sea waters edge, where the youngare About 30 persons own lakefront Commissioner Edgar J o h n- develop it so it will be useful
ralee. brought to $68 for high protected. When the water has asked that the in
resourcefulness of ald Rosier, Lawtey. son up I land. Most of the lake son dam before it is all gone," Martin
comes 'quality leaves, or about $6 to $8 level falls in spring, as it did front design, permit the installation of said.
inner voice coun- is used for forests or farming -
a sort. An July 22 James F.. Putnam DischargedJuly higher than last season. this year, the eggs and youngare boat locks if this is ever desir-
car keys with but some is devoted to fish-
seled, "Put your Starke; Samuel Sink Cu- exposed and are preyed up- ed. '
20 Hazel E. Hall Evelyn recreation h o m Ball
milk in the refrigerator ing camps e-
the PlayersGet
thbert Mary Ann Collins, both J on by larger fish. Fishing is Long water devel
can't leave without the Virginia Starling, Earle Les- Bradford Co. sites and boat ramps. range
then you of Keystone Heights; Joshua lie Phillips, James W. Moody. reduced in subsequent years.C. opment plans call for a small-
? The three
milk, or can you largest property
Pitt Baxter Brooker; Jessie A. Pound Jr., a memberof boat waterway connecting the Trophies
Well sir the system worked Gets owners are the State of Florida
Lee Smart, Charlie Prince Foot July 21 Walter M. Muhlhof- Hospital the conservation and control Santa Fe lakes with Newnans,
fine. Not only did milk once I man:: III, both of Lawtey; Grace'er, Verdell Lewis, Barbara Jean authority, told the County Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Lochloosa and Orange Lakes. At AlachuaALACHUA
regularly on the I ([mostly forests) and H. F. Ze-
again appear Raiford. Turner, Edith Mae Johns, Wil- Switchboard
other Harvey Harris, Commission four weeks ago the All in turn would be linked bya
McGarvey table but all I liam B. Redding, Gordon S. water level fell four feet in four trouer and family interests, con- canal to the cross-state barge for
items requested unfailingly, and July 23-Michael Frick Millie -,Adams. cerned mostly with forest and I -
STARKE A canal which about 15
new telephone months this spring. passes softball players Gene
thawed with grudging Foster Robert lands. These
wife Alice Marie Anthony grazing three own
July 22 Carol switchboard was installed last Water miles southeast of Orange and !and Bud
respect. Johnson, Johnnie Arnett Ann Geiger, conservationists also about 75 per cent cf the lake Riviere were presented
To be sure there were embar- Lee, all of Starke. Arthur B. Patray, Louise H. week in Bradford County Hospital favor the dam. Alachua Coun front. Lochloosa lakes. : by Bill Irby during a Ladles
moments. Like the time j Kite, Raymond K. Cantrell, according to Administrator ty's water table is falling, and Martin said that whenif- 'Night meeting of the Alachua
rassing Springs fire siren i ]I July 21 Frederick Earl IJames F. Putnam. R. E. (Bob) Edmondson.He wells must be drilled deeper Zetrouer has expressed con- the dam on Prairie Creek is Lions Thursday. _
the High cern to county officials about the
sounded, and Sam hunted high(Wheeler, Melrose Alice Geneva July 23 Fannie E. Reames, said the new system just each year to reach assured wa- loss of many acres of land, if built, the Commission then will Riviere won his award as the
Barnes, Cathy K. Griffis,I ter supplies for drinking or ir- urge study of a dam on Loch-
for Morgan S. Underhill
office Tele-
and low all over the Mary installed by Independent the: dam is built and the water loosa. leading batter in the softball
his keys. both of Lawtey; Eston Weeks Smelser, Michael Frick. phone Corp. of Florida com- rigation. level stabilized. He has been league, and Curls got his as the
found them and:Parrish, Starke. I the communications net- David B. Smith, Gainesville He said he thinks the commis-
Finally he July 24 Joy Carol Baker, pletes I most hesitant of the property top batter of the Lions team.
attempted to dash out of the office -I July 25 George Smith, Jessie Lee Smart Edna Ray work with the 25-bed addition engineer, in a study for the owners to go along with the sion is willing to spend, and

without explanation. But I:Lake Geneva; Walter 1... Ivey Crawford, Millie M. Foster, recently put into use. conservation authority, said project Alachua County taxpayers are During the meeting conducted -

he was corraled by Editor El:Keystone Heights; Minnie L. Johnnie A. Lee. some water percolates from Zetrouer interests extend willing to pay, up to $50,000 on by President Ralph CeHon

Cann, and had to shout over his I:Johns, Lula Opal Varnes, both Frederick E. Wheeler, Rose Ernest Patz, ITCF engineer, Newnans Lake into underground roughly from Windsor around to well-planed recreation projects. Jr., a program was presentedby
said the includes an au-
were in the re-'of Hampton; Robert IJardy Ella system reserves. "Alachua County has a lot of Alex Cruickshank. The )latter
shoulder "They Alderman Donald :M. Hea- Prairie Creek, about a fourthof
tomatic branch exchange which Although the amount is not natural beauty and lot of nat- staged password ,
King, Lawte '. a game
K. Griffis
frigerator. ney, Cathy LouiseM. the lake front.
II. will permit autcmatic dialing "
great conservationists believe ural lakes Martin said. which was won by Santa Fe
Heartened by success, though, July 2G Barry Lee Ilgen, Griffis, Benjamin White officials '
to reachan
the in other Norma Virginia within the hospital. stable lake level will have a County hope "We have begun trying to get Band Director Ray Luncefordand
Sam applied system Keystone Heights; -George Smith. which
will satis-
agreement some of this for the Ala his wife Elsie.
could healthy effect on water reserves.County public.
ways. Not everything Danields, Glen St. Mary; July 26 Beverly June Mathews fy the Zetrouer concerns and
be put in the refrigerator so he Yvonne- McDaniel.- Starke... Lula Opal Varnes., Rosa Starke Gets officials have come to permit the project to go ahead.
resorted to writing note!- I July 27Jane Anderson Brown. view the project as an imnor--
at the breakfast tart step, in the long-range recreation Engineer Smith proposes the Voting Machines
A typical one Trawick, Jacqueline Joyce I July 27 Mary Ann Collins New DeputySTARKE dam be located on Prairie
read: "Dear Sam; Newman Bruce program.
plate Christopher James D. Rosier, SamuelS. Creek just upstream from the
Please pay the electric light Jackson, all of Starke; Carol: Cuthbert, Robert ,H. King. Bradford County tin Commissioner said Gainesville Sidney M a r- bridge for State Road c 20. Come to Chief land
bill today, for if you do not the Dian Bennett, Lake Butler; Ar-: July 28 Cleone Reagen, Sheriff P. D. Reddish has add residentsnow ,
and in the future Water level would be stabilized
will have
scoundrels will turn off the cur- thur Richard Chapman, Lake' Grace H. Harris, Mary John- ed another deputy to his staff,
rent and the house will be dark Geneva. I I son, Charles Footman, Charlie Bob Myrick, who has been a growing need for recreation at C6.8 feet, which is the average CHIEFLAND Voting machines will be used here for the
facilities.He level over the past sev- first time in the city election slated for
because you forgot to buy canedies. July 23 Mildred Mae Sapp, W. Gibbs Yvonne McDaniel Al serving as a radio operator at Tuesday,
You might, also if said the Newnans Lake eral years. Hardy Dean, ChiefUnd city manager.
you Stanley Otho Crouch, Mel- : the county jaiL;
bear down, buy the candles because rose; Allen James Hufchinson daughter dam is the first of several projects In recentyears, the water levy Dean said the machines are being furnished by Hodson-

Alice has mentioned them Jr., Hawthorne Linnie M. 29 The sheriff also announcedthat in the works. el has varied from 71.2 feet to Drew of Jacksonville and that a poll holders clinic will be
; July Stanley 0. Crouch
several times and that bad Brown Deputy A. E. Brown Jr. Martin noted that 50,000 per- 64 feet. held Monday at 4 p. m. to learn the operation of the ma
Hampton. Barry L. Ilgen Jane A. Tra-
sons used the Newnans Lake The dam would hold the chines.
look in her eyes is returning." has been switched to fulltime wa-
July 29 Wayne Stanley Alvarez wick, Mildred M. Sapp WayneS. park in its first and fore In the election Eddie Sheppard and
Another more forceful traffic duty. year ter to a minimum level. It the only contest in ,
one Lake Butler Axle t h
a Norma
; Alvarez V. Daniels
read "Dear Holes-in-the Head '' cast increasing use. would not prevent overflow Grenell Etheridge are opponents for the Group Four seat
: Joyce Chesser Alary Carol) and daughter Virginia Cora- Other members of the sher- "When ,
considers vacated
industry downstream when the water level by R. W. Putchaven recently.
Either bring learn home how to matches today Sapp James Reason, Terry,Ed- lee,. Anthony R. Johnson, Billie iff's staff are Deputies RobertG. coming to Alachua County," is high. Unopposed are L. VV. Drummond, L. H. Arrington and P.
or: start a fire mondson
*, aU of Starke; Ddor-: .Varnes. Green and Russell Redding. Martin said, Vthey want to The function would be some- Eric Watson, '*

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glades. (1958) Walt Mur- Barney gets a ticket fora 7:50 O Local News, Weather I O To Tell the Truth persensitivity to sound. Eva Gabor, Art Van 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy Quinn.

dock takes a dangerousjob "U" turn. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo i 3:25 O News
as bird warden in the ID Fugitive 9:00 O Divorce Court 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't

Florida Everglades-the 10:00 O O Sing Along O Bachelor Father: i Say i FRIDAY evening and SATURDAY I
last two wardens were 10:30 CD Compass 12 O Edge of Night
killed by Cottonmouth, 11:00 O O CD News, Weather, CD (Color) Romper Room I 4:00 Q Match Game

leader of a plumehuntingband. Sports ':30 O People Are Funny I I O Secret Storm Friday Evening Anthony Franciosa, Pat the police, a doctor directs game not listed

Burl Ives, Christo 11:25 O Movie: CD Jack La Lanne i I CD (Color) Popeye's Pals 5:00 O Best of Groncho O'Brien.O hypnotic suggestions at a 3:30 O Invisible Mad

pher Plummer, George "Caught in the Draft. 10:00 t O Make Room for Daddy'I 4:25 O News O Adventures in Route 66 murderer. Nancy Malone,
Voskovec. (1941)) A movie star des CD (Color) Cameras I 4:30 O Burns and Allen "The Quick and the Eric Fleming, Dean L. 4:00 O Western Open Golf

':30, 0 Monday Night at the perately tries to avoid Please I O Woody Woodpecker Paradise Dead." While in River- Almquist (Two hours, 35 O To Be Announced j
Movies: the draft but Uncle Sam's I CD Movie: 5:25 O Moments In Sports min.) CD Wrestling
A reach is 1':. O CD Word for Word "Jack side, CaL, at the Grand
t'Black Widow. (1954)) boarding-house McCall, Desperado. 5:30 O Newscope 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 4:30 Q Outlaws ]1
t pretty husband-chaser is inexorable. Bob Hope. O I Love Lucy ." George Montgomery Prix stock-car races, Tod 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin

found murdered in the Dorothy Lamcur, Lynne 11:55 O CD News Angela Stevens. 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, and Buz get involved in a EVENING |
Weather, Sports complex marital mix-up. 5:00 O Theater X -*

I TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 'til 5 I 6:30 Q CD O News CD Adventure Theater t Morning and Afternoon "Legion of the Doomed.* I
evening ':00 CD Football 7:00 CD Union Pacific
p.m. I 7:00 Q Silent Service : Bill Williams, Dawn Rich-
Bears vs. All-Stars. Spe-| 7:05 O Humanities Cal ards. J I'
Tuesday Evening of a London model. bands. Bob Hope. Betty I O McCojs O Death Valley Days cial). 7:30 -
O School
6:00 O News, Weather, CD McHale's Navy Hutton, ZaSu Pitts., Phyl 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy "The Hat That Wore the i Sunday Forum 5:00 O Maverick
Sports I 1:00 Q CD Richard Boone lis Povah. i O Pete and Gladys West." Plagued by tuber- ':30 Q CD On Parade CD Comedy Capers CD Porter Wagner

6:30 B CD News "A Tough man to Steve Lawrence and 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When culosis, John Stetson is Paul Ford and Mimi : ':00 O Across the Fence 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers

D News Kill." A newspaperwomanwants Eydie Gorme are host O Love of Life advised by his doctors to Hines are the stars. O Captain Kangaroo O NBC Sports Special
an .exclusive storyon 12:25 O News 6:00 0 News, Weather,
7:90 O M Squad I ing. go to Colorado. O Twilight Zone CD Rocky and His
O The Saint a professional body 11:30 Q CD Tonight 1:30,8 CD (Color).Tram or CD Glenn Reeves Sports
The Work of Art." Simon guard.O WEDNESDAY ConsequencesO I The Long Morrow"Scientists Friends O Fishing Fun .
Templar's meeting In Petticoat Junction Morning and Afternoon O for Tomorrow 7:30 O International Show plan to place S:. O Robin Hood CD News, Sports I.

Paris with Juliette Grillot 1:30 O Jack Benny 1:19 15 Continental Classroom 12:45 O Guiding Light Time astronaut Doug Stansfield CD (Color) Popeye and ':15 News, Weather, -
isn't a happy occasion. Guest is Sane Morgan. American Government 12:55 Q CD News "Circus from Holland," into a state of suspended Bozo Sports *.

CD Battle Line 18:00 O CD Primer OB Communism .:IS O Scope 1:00 B News taped in Amsterdam, animation to prepare !:1 O Snpercar ':30 O Password '
The career of the Nazi Who Goes O Summer Semester O Midday features a ballerina on him for a 30-to-40 year O Alvin CD FUctstones I I

commerce raider HK33Is There 6:30 I O Religions of Man CD (Color) TV Bingo horseback, a man who space trip. ':30 Q CD (Color) Ruff and I 6:45 Q News j
described by Jim Bishop (Special) Still photos and 1:40 CD (Color) Living Words 1:15 O Focus 2 juggles with his feet a 10:00 O CD Jack Paar ReddyO 7:00 O Circus Boy
with the aid of Dr. films-some' dating backto 6:45 O Pastor's Study 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's family high-wire act performed (Color) ,Guests are Kate Tennessee Tuxedo ;: j I
Werner Hasselmann, farmer 1905< -are used to illustrate IB (Color) HI, Neighbor Make a Deal over a lion's cage. Smith and Sam Levenson. O Jimmy Strickland ICD
surgeon on HK-33. the conditions that 6:5t O Farm and Home O As the World Turns Gnat Adventure 11:00 O CD (Color) Hector Combat : '
Novak precipitated and the 1:55 Q CD News O O Alfred Hitchcock Heathcote
7:30 O CD Mr. personalities 7:00 O D Today The Raiders," by 7:30 O Lieutenant J
Hello, Miss Phipps!"I who dominated O Loeal News, Weather %:00 O CD Loretta Young Alvin Night Sapinsley, recounts "The Evil of Adelaide O Quick Draw McGraw O Locy-Desi :1 _
teacher each phase of the Com O Password Winters." Adelaide and '
Maude a 8:00: -
CD Outer Limits
7K 89 Ranger Hal abolitionist John Brown's 1':. B Fireball :XL-5 t
for I some 40 years is munist cause. 2:. 0 0 Doctors her partner Robert Mc- ':30 O Defenders -
raid the Harpers O Mighty Mouse
Newt 1859
sharply outspoken and is DH Uywoodfte 7:61 0 Local a Reese Party on Bain have a thriving war- O Joey Bishop T 1.
arsenal and hissubsequent U 8 0 Dennis the
the object of various com Fabdous Fla-DoesmeF I:N ._Captain Kangaroo JII. 0 Another World Ferry time racket She claims : 1
plaints. toy I:. fll Divorce,Court O To TeD the Troth trial for trea- she em make contact with Menace ':10 O CD (Color) Saturday 1
1:00 O High Adventure (Special Henry Fonda Introduces O Bachelor Father 2:25 O News son. the dead. O Ranger Hal Night at the Movies: : 1
4D News Analysis U O IB Fury
In 1957 Lowell Thomas this nostalgic fB (Color) Romper Room 3:30 O (Color) YouDon't : ':30 O Summer Playhouse -
traveled through the Aus montage of the best-re- iK; O People Are Funny Say (Special Goldwater's) Strategy election behind 11:. BO News O CBS News 10:00 O Gnnsmoke -

tralian Outback in an at- membered scenes from 0 Jack La Lynne O Edge of Night Sen. 11:25 O Movier Double 11:00 O Detectives IO ;
tempt to solve the mys- Hollywood's early soundera. 11:99 Q Make Room for 4:00 O Match Game :i is explained. Feature 11:45 O Oldtimer'i Game t CD News, Weather, : .

tery of the disappearance Daddy O Secret Storm : 1:30 O D Bob Hope i 1. "My Favorite Blonde." 12M 6 CD (Color) ; Sports -

of Harold Lasseter, 11:00 Q 01 News, 0 News CD Popeje's Pals (Color)."A Case of Arm (Comedy; 1942) A young Ballirinkle 11:30 CD Movie: Double
who vanished in 1930 Weather, Sports D (Color) Cameras 4:25 Q News ed Robbery." Truck driver man becomes involvedwith 12:30 O Science Fiction ;t Feature IO -

while searching for gold.8A 11:25 O Movie: Please 4:30 Q Burns and Allen Jack Montrose has a beautiful woman Theater Movie
Moment of Fear "Let's Face. It" (1943) 10:39 8 (Color) Word for O Magflla Gorilla grown very bitter toward running away from a CD Mr. Wizard :l

-uS e c r e ts of the Old A wacky soldier becomes Word B Movie: life and he decides to gang of,spies. Bob Hope, 1:00 8 Men Into Space O Movie -
aBaley. A Scotland Yard involved with three women ,'. I Love Lacy "Drums of Tahiti." Dennis .I try his hand at crime by Madeleine Carroll. 2. 99 Baseball "My FavOrite, Branefte.-C

'.... 'detective is assigned to who want..revenue... oo 11:8 0 0 News O'Keefe Patricia I teaming .up with veteran "Fright" (Melodrama; Orioles TIe Giants Bob Hope Dorothy. La-:
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Southern tain.Sources defense to Germany(move AP near) -two France the to divisions bolster Iron is Cur-expected allied to- '';,.'':"(::': :,f"f"A';,''1.., THIS IS (s $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $. I

Our Town
said the troops are

ready to move as soon as bar- 6y Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

racks for them are completed.AINESVniE 1 << ( ,,


"It got to the point when I his license, someone else 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is S400.

ORIYE IN THEATRE fI thought that one more drive thought it was a "proper thingto PrietvordExplanations remain If no correct constant solution, at $400 Is, reached until this Sunday's puzzle, the weekly prize! will>.

and I might get killed or cause do." 2. If the winning entrant has been II home dellvered subscriber to The Sun
aloe Hw46ane R..d it.20 FR E .
SOiJf 9 for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more then
HELD someone else to be killed." 1 In late May Stevens got a one correct puzzle Is received from home-delivered subscribers, the bonus will
OVER! 2 TOP HITS be divided among them.
OPEN 7.00 SEE BOTH That was the turning point I letter from Major C. W. Keith, 3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE..
SHOW 7.50 LATE AS f 45 for Shearley Winston Stevens, supervisor of the Drivers' License WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to II week's pUzzle Is .re'
C" *"' the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the car
FIRST AREA Division in Tallahassee. CLUES ACROSS: rect solution.
who lives on East Hawthorne

Mari RUNDavid Road. "This is to acknowledge receipt 3. HUT not hat. The clue 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine
clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out thTpvzzl.
Niven \ -' -- He said that long before he of your Florida Drivers suggests a definite operation, or use II good, exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise
sale reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is Tnt
license which surrendered such rid of" HUT. based on skill.
made his actual decision, he you as "getting a decision of the fudges( shall be final and all contestants taking part must
Shirley Jones Y made mental that voluntarily. We are attaching A hat can be discarded in a agree to accept this' eij'Pu\ as a condition' of entry. All entries I become tie
... a promise property of the S I Company and none can be retu .
Bedtime Story" s' when he reached his 70th birth- herewith a cancellation order moment and would not need to 5. Anyone, except
employes of the
Gainesville Publishing Company and theft
.'.,,'\'iI'" 0 OR' day he would turn in his which verifies your voluntary be "so old, anyway. families, may en'er this contest.

2nd BIG HIT AT 9:45 drivers' license. I surrender of same. 6. RICE not nice. RICE is .. After you have filled In the puzzle paste ft on the back ' "You to be pOStcard. Mail "It from II Florida stofflc" Prheword Pete GainesvTe
F.:.t. GREGORY TONY :: So without pressure and withno are certainly com- more contributive. Presumably, P. 0. Box 57, Gainesville Florida or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Circulation Sun.
/ $ll!- mended for fine public Department Office, 101 SE 2nd -
mmi your all the "dishes" he might eat Place. All entries, to be eligible
his 54 prize
marks must be
on year received lit the Wednes.
.mHf PECK CURTIS vs z x'; spirit shown by this decis f o nand less nice day at a.m. We lire not Gainesville Sun office not later than
-old driving record, Shear ley are more or anyway. Entries enclosed In responsible for entries lost or delayed In the mails.
cannot be
we feel this spirit is likelythe accepted
CAPTAIN NEWMAN.M.D: K.k ("I think I'm the only Shearleyin 7. PLEA not flea. "Withoutthe ,. There can be
::ii aS1M1111C a"' .UISIMI1IIC !i the United States") Stevens background for your opera- least compunction" lacks Each reader may submit no correspondence not more than or FIVE telephone entries calls In each regarding week's the contest.contest.

ANGIEDICKINSON-BOBBYDARIN'4 asked his daughter to mail his tion of motor vehicles on our point for a flea, since there t. A copy of the Gainesville Sun lie examined
I may
free of
au rassnnue atoearsrals: I -- "" = drivers' license to the state Department highways for those 54 y ea rs would never be any real ques. CirCUlation Fla., during Department regular office of the hours Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd F'lace charge, Galnesvilly lit the.

STARTS FRIDAY "It was the only proper thing to do," ste of Public Safety."I without receiving one single tion of "compunction" (defined t. ,
M-G-M PresentsA ..e......... thought it was the most blemish against your driving as: "uneasiness of conscienceor PUZZLE will be If announced any, and and correct II new solutions PRIZEWORD to this Sunday' PRIZEWORD
Lawrence Weingarten Production s. n Sunday' Gainesville PUZZLE published In next
.. '. Some GardenEAST thing to do, I had beenso record. feelings"). PLEA is more Sun. ..
"The Unsinkable e CioIoM....,...... proper remarkable 10. The
"This is certainly apt. GUDelVWe Sun reserves the tight to
long I just quit ny typographical
lucky so
Molly Brown" rid iAu :and it is indeed to trrors or any other .noll which may appear ITS published
txfilclpl [ HARTFORD, Conn. a pleasure 111 1DeetioQ with thin material
while I was ahead, he explained. 8. SIGHT not sighs. Where oontefl"
STARRING AP-A back be affiliated in public s e r v ice
( will
yard garden
.. .., "people" are concerned, sighs,
DEBBIE REYNOLDS ... ... bring 80-year-old Enrico Scimo Although he said he was always -when we know there are ci- as actual signs of boredom, do Puzzle No. 29 "
HARVE PRESNELL see. .Ss' tizens such in our .
into Circuit Court Monday to as
particular with his driv- not require the clue phrase:
METROCOLOR 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 "
I Also in Ocala face charges of violating the ing, being careful not to drive state. "who are obviously bored." The Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard -.-
state drug act. too close to the car ahead and And if you've taken many clue is apt for SIGHT.
He was arrested Friday and Sunday afternoon drives or
his mind on his driving,
9. BENT not cent. BENT is
about of the weekend
charged with raising marijuana "I saw a lot of old folks making read some OG M
since in
RENTATVTECH accident stories know more directly apt, essence -
plants from seeds he obtainedin mistakes, a lot of little crooked you the "scientist" requires
November in his native Sic- just what the Major meant. 00 S OLI E
moves. equipment, etc., not money. _

122 N.W TELEVISION 16th Ave. FR 2-0433 I''ily.Police said they burned 51 of operator After the and retired farmer fish mailed c a mp in Tragic Find 10. PARK not dark. PARK W I 10 E Ji AU

the plants. has more point, since it impliesthe

The Florida INVITATION State Board TO BID of Engineer MIAMI (AP-Mrs. Rosemary 1 possibility of people be- PLA N

-- Examiners will receive bids not later Carlyle returned home from a ing present. "At large in thedark" I I I
than 2:00 P.M. August 7, 1964 for the B \ R T.N .
printing of ASM copies of its annual neighbor's and found her husband is weak, since there is no I a
Year Book Specifications may be obtained Fred 33 stretched out to .
from the Office of the Board significance particularly as RG E H
808 John F. Seagle Building Gainesville under the family's Cadillac, a the words, "at large." "A lion"in .. ..

"Places'Immer Florida.Ann P. Clover kit of tools and his baby daugh an African jungle, for example N A \

Executive Secretary ter's shoe by his side. is just wild, not consid- I
(351$) 7.24; 82 G p P
The Starke-Bradford County Chamberof Mrs. Carlyle began chatting. ered to be "at large," in the 21 -
Commerce will offer for sale to the trailed off real 22 2 24
Then her voice as sense.
highest bidder the following described .K .T RI
property (reserving the right to acceptor she realized the car was lower 13. SAD not The clue im
all bids)
a. f iV Description reject any of or property offered for sale: than it should be.NOTICE. ,plies that the "man fee I sit I A A IIIAY
2 frame buildings T-eed together locat-
ed at 709 Alton Road Marke Florida. quite bad enough already, favoring AS NGL i ..
One building is 18' x 66'. The other NOTICE TO ALL OWNERS OF
20' x 56' Contests include florescent HOG CLAIMS: SAD. A sap could be
& ,10 heaters one walk-In vault In accordance with a resolution of the L -
lighting gas E
quite happy. T A
Of Ala- L
drded b tee y Profits from ceiling fans and a 7'/j ton Carrier air Board of County Commissioners, noticeis
conditioning unit. Buildings must be mov chua County dated to May owners U of free run- '19. LOSS not lots. "Lots of 1964 BELL McCLURE SYNDICATE
s His Newspaper Route! ed Sealed within bids 60 days.should stipulate bid price ning or feral hogs at large in Alachua leisure" is hardly compatiblewith _
for buildings without air conditioning and County. Florida that such hogs must If you are not now a home-delivered sub-
bid price including air conditioning. be removed or confined on or before Oc- "a trying job. LOSS is scriber and would like to have The Sun
Submit bids not later then 11:CO A.M. oter 1, 1964.It clearly I
Thursday, August 6, to the Starke.Brad- is the intention of the Game and apt. started please check box. Extra Bonus for
IN BUSINESS for himself his Fresh Water Fish Commission to declare home-delivered subscribers.
ford County Chamber of Commerce P.O. See Rule No. 2
route him well for houror Box 128. Starke Florida. all such free-ranging hogs to be 23. FADED not faked or fam-
pays (3494) 7:19. 26 8 2 game animals and to permit their hunt. Name
; : ed. "A manuscript, as such,
of work each
so day-gives ing during the hunting season begin-
him the extra cash and ample ning November 14, 1964. under appropriate Game- is hardly famed; it is more a
rules and regulations of
free time for the outdoor sports and Fresh Water Fish Commission.A. question of the "manuscript" of Street Number

and summer activities every boy BY THE MAKERSOF .. D.D. Aldrich ALDRICHA. a famed work. "Museum ex- Mail to: Prizeword Contest

, f enjoys.A Director perts" would hardly "foregather The Gainesville Sun
"DAVIDAND Florida Game and Fresh Water fake. Box 57, Gainesville, Fla.
to examine" a known
newspaper route is one of the Fish CommissionJune
few left in 30. 1964 FADED makes a clear-cut an-
opportunities our LISA" (3520) 7.26: I:2."BEATLE", t
modem world where a young swer. City State Phone
man can earn a weekly profit 'A SHOCKER! 27. DINE not dive. "A certain -
take trips. win prizes 1 Prizeword Pete
gain valuable business training 'A SHOCKER!" TICKETS 1 element of display" favors"
j. No Sale DINE. "When men do so, a
and develop poise confidence N"STARTLINGr ew York World Telegram
; ;' and initiative. 4:Sim At Box OfficeFLORIDA diving exhibition may be entirely CLUES ACROSS:

t-iJ t Tilt. aataatlaas I "display." Thus, diving ...
e Ro 1 1 If you are between the ages of should be better qualified. 2. Could make things slow and hazardous for travelers.

12 and 16 and would like more I .
7. The way a woman-may suggest a fastidious ..
..4 information how become nature.
7 d'" i.4 on you con I
sae .at a Sun Carrier salesman call4desw5d CLUES DOWN: A
-i07 awp; I 19. spokesman will hardly be discourteous.
"e Jr;,aa FR 28441. A representative will
be talk "STARTLING1Los 1:15 3:55 1. MISERS not miners. The 10. You can trust a cat to '
;'rl'u(5J ,,,,'Ilt.Ir happy to to you. I make for the warmest place It can
clue "could
phrase easily
Aogetes C/t/zen-Wews 6:35 9:15 spec- I find.
ulate," makes MISERS stronger '

/ since the level of "income"of 11. If government financed, should, Ideally, not lead to the loss

it miners in certain areas, for of public money.

example, is more or less pub- 12. Where this is concerned
s a starving man is likely to eat too
lic knowledge. Milers is remote. much.

I Qiahttzuillr iunTIME 4. CLEARED not c I e a ned. 15. Partially raw.

CLEARED applies more strictly -
_-New York Journal American ] t > to the clue word, "space." 16. Having this, a timid thief might gain a sense of courage.

It is the "window," the shelve 19. His word can be taken as law.

ing, etc., that would be cleaned -
rather than "the space." 20. One might be forced to admire the brains behind them.

5. BACKING not pac king. 25. Where one may often hear the sound of wings.

"Ample packing gives safety"; 26. A boxer might be for
CADYBUG JOSEPH E.LEVINE prtunts1KWEIBA660I5 applauded out courageously.
IS MONEY. but it is more in financial mat-

LADYBUG ters (BACKING), that one cal 27. Young men.

I culates "a margin of safety."

: 1357&9OUT a PARAMOUNT PICTURES release 15. WIRE not wine. The clue CLUES DOWN:

If You Have A Room, ApartmentOr AT 10:24 IECHNl lOR' PANAYffl) suggests something that merely 1. It's a healthy enough recreation. .

meets a purpose, favoring
THURSDAY"ENSIGN WIRE. One regards wine as a 3. Free of obstructions.
House to Rent
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Huh ] PULVER" luxury, rather than as some- 4. Gained possession of. ;.
vacancy thing "that will do" in a given

I case. 5. In judging -, there's nothing pleasant that can be said.

YOU MORE than the ad that will rent I 16. GLASS not gloss. GLASS! 6. Often an attribute of a powerful man. -

is something that "catch
it! SUBURBIA DRIVE-IN the light" and "be quite dazz 8. Royal person.

THEATRE ling when it" does so. Gloss is, 13. Bleat.

Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU itself, a reflection of "light."
14. Faculty head. :: -

EVERY DAY until it is rented : STARTS TONIGHT 7:30HERCULES 21.DY HANDY is strongest not ,candy.implying HAN-a 17. Pleasant, mild weather can hardly be called -. .,. .

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: "reason" for "often buying 18. Cook in a way.
things "there. It doesn't nec-

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day essarily follow that "m 0 t herspends" 21. A heavy cigaret smoker may often find himself reaching for
his .
any "money" at "a -

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day ssm candy store." Dandy is too 22. Way out

,, vague. 23. A cooking herb.
I $55 per mo. .'. $1.83 per day 22. FEED not fees. FEED is

immediately apt. Fees (for 24. A politician's-might give rise to much speculation.

I $60 p.* mo. . $2.00 per day 8!&tmM what?) is too vague and needs

to be better qualified.
Ail .. 11M hwcw
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day I
4iMae Wit! Solution Last Week's WORD

.. y $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day
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$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day RE6\ j ARKP .DeSTmIR LEE miraa M 8A S.REWSE CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD

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"* $80 per mo . $2.66 per day 2nd Feature I CIE U P L E Ag
,;". $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day I/I YV $ PAR K AVIARY GIN LOOKS RACKETS

::.:....;. $90 per mo . $3.00 per day tlHK HUB H sAto A E wNG BOG BILL GUN GRILL MISERS MISERY ROCKETS SAGE -.=

.... RM IG01S

$95 per mo . $3.16 per day S Q d Rq CASE HOG PET TEAL
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day E N COP KING PLANS VEAL



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What's your problem? For a general BIRDS.. n
; ifd 72Se
+ For Girls Only reply, writ. to Abby Box 3365. -,

Beverly Hills. Calif. 90212. and 11
include a self-addressed stamped envelope. aVERY Ir

1,4 Abigail Van Buren Mane" all mail. L I

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DEAR ABBY: I am 17. I copied something out of your "If he loves you, let him prove HIS love by marchingyou WE 1 A IMPOSSIBLE,, BUTU'LABHER

book, DEAR TEENAGER, and typed it up and I carry it to the ALTAR. A TJ R LEFTTHV MAINLY BECUZWE HAS
with me. It has helped me a lot. Two of my girl friends did YO'JS RADIO r/( GOT NO RADIO.'.' A RADIO-IN

the same thing. You would be doing many girls a big favorif DEAR ABBY: I have a friend who talks about himself all ,,, a WAx N ,r 4 D ON- HIS TOOTH.'/,

you would print it in your column. So many girls are hav the time. He doesn't even listen when someone else is talk- iC31EER ,, +
ing trouble in this line. Thank you, Abby. ing. He just waits for them to get through so he can talk. z r
And he doesn't ever talk about anything except himself. WHO WOUtDMTI { hfl ,'

"Girls need to 'prove their love through illicit sex rela- Otherwise he is a nice person. He is intelligent, good-looking, ::::. BE THEBEASTJES"SINGIN'THET,LI5TENN'10) f'
and takes great pride in his clothes and grooming. He wouldbe
tions like a moose needs a hatrack. Why not 'prove yourlove' # dl'
by sticking your head in the oven and turning on the perfect if be overcame this fault. How can I tell him +I GRAND OLD SONG?

gas? Or playing leap frog in the traffic? It's about as safe. about it in a nice way? GOOD FRIEND alI .1

"Clear the cobwebs out of your head. Any fellow who asks
DEAR FRIEND: Tell him he is practically perfect, but
you to 'prove your love' is trying to take you for the biggest,
his "I's" close
most gullible fool who ever walked. That 'proving' bit is one are too together.* *

of the oldest and rottenest lines ever invented! Does he love
DEAR ABBY At neighborhood get-together this she-cat
: a ---
like it. Someone who loves wants
? It you
latched herself onto husband. (She's married, too.) My
whatever is best for But now figure it out. He wants my : AST VETOMEND
husband didn't exactly push her away, but it was plain that 1 IT J
both disappeared. It
she did the pursuing. Suddenly they WOBBLY OL' '
Commit immoral act. E..t
that she lured him into another room just to "talk.
seems FRONT
Surrender virtue. L.I WHAT I AST YOU I'LL TELL VE THAT!!! -
Throw your self respect I know nothing went on, but I was miserable. When we got TO DO PER ME DOOR 1 e IJ .
away your home I told him how hurt and humiliated I was. He said I TEN STOOP
Risk the loss of your precious reputation. was "narrow-minded" and that he couldn't very well have YEARS J 11 s

And risk getting into trouble. hurt her feelings by refusing to listen to her. Don't you think AGO ? a .

"Does that sound as though he wants what's best for you? he owes me more than he owes her? This same feline is to be : j Fj
This is the laugh of the century. He wants what's best for at another get-together we plan to attend. Please tell me n

him: he wants a thrill he can brag about at your expense. what to do, or I might take matters into my own hands and 8.1

Love? Who's kidding whom? wind up in jail. Thank you kindly. l 1 faolifawfK .

"A guy who loves a girl would sooner cut off his right HURT z 1

arm than hurt her. In my opinion, this self-serving soandsohas DEAR HURT: Of course your husband "owes" you more
proved that he doesn't love you. The predictable after than he owes her. But he knows that. He should have given ,

math of 'proof' of :this kind always finds Don Juan tiring of her the straight arm instead of the soft shoulder. But if it

his sport. That's when he drops you, picks up his line, and happens again, I suggest the following simple, forth-
goes casting elsewhere for bigger and equally silly fish. right statement: "I'M JEALOUS -so cut it out!" I

AND NOW T A4 }ROM Ice'ropA


THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker t ? 4 pw I

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3fam tforfe QJimr0 New York rioters have "The ture" or exile the "Outside Ag- For example, it has a huge, -Il! .

WASHINGTON So many I Power Structure," which must itators," and the race problemwill cadre of little old women with

people felt left out of things this be fought with gasoline bombs, solve itself. shopping bags who step off the I THIS I RECOMMEND... GOOD GRIEF PLEASE AAADAME..YOU CUTTHEACT
summer. They look around and .and southern rioters have the I Scratch a believer in the evil- curb in front of automobiles, fij. SEVERE ANDYETA MAN..5HESaCASUALNESS. ARE ABOUT TO BREAKPHIL71 REMEMB&YOU .

see neighbors and colleagues "Outside Agitators," who must force theory of life, and he will forcing drivers to slam on their z SHAILSHOWYOU ROUGHLY I ... NURSE WILL LOOK/HER LIKE CAP WITH CAMEL'S A STRAW BACK HAWKING YOU AS A PAPERS KID

happily engaged against evil be resisted with truncheons and prove to be, under the skin, a brakes and hurl beautiful SEVERAL HAIR STYLES.AM55GALE..ANDWE. r ITS FLOATING ONt

farces that make life intoler- sniper fire. man who despises life as it is- en, whom they want wom-I CAN/ SELECT ONE ACLOUOBANK'yttymi Eit1

able, and they feel that their Failed parents can put their insoluble, cussed, frustrating, press, against the I Lit : 1 4

own lives are without point or troubles down to that abstract an affair of constant transitions It has people who infiltratethe j'

motivation.In villainy called "Tien Age." from bad to worse a standing liquor cabinet in the deadof 4 I 1

a sense, these people are Their failing children can dare for people to just try mak- night and empty all the bot- _- \J ,
underprivileged. Despite the blame everything on "They." ing the best of it. tles if guests are expected the

wide variety of evil forces "They" is the ugly conspiracy These people prefer the Metro next day. It places termite ICI U'It

available this summer for pea against matted hair and pubescent Goldwyn Mayer dream nests in cellars. Its agents shop I { l w I

ple who want to keep a hot marriage. Its victims fight life where villainy is jailed in just ahead of you at the super- oIi

head, there is nothing really back by tearing up boardwalksand the last reel and good guy market and snap up the last

suitable for the socially unaware snatching hubcaps.The Spencer Tracy takes it like a.. sirloins. It has agents who 1A""GWOCO
when chucks' drive trains and planes, to in- -
middle income champ Myrna Loy
group beauty of a good evil III THATS ALL I II -1-rou vow ,
him for Gable. sure that they will be late when CAN STAND
which, though not under ad- force like "The Establish- ALL RIGHTly A HALF HOUR AGO
The is to produce an you are on time, and on time
vantaged, feels that life is a ment" or "The Extremists" or problem A MINUTE 'TERRIBLE YoUR FEET J YOUR FEET DOWN I
misfortune which somebody evil force that will permit the when you are late. STRAIN SOWN NOW r .
"Teen age" or "They,
well adjusted socially un- Everyone who feels that the a
ought to be blamed for. I that it makes an optimist of the ,
have masses to participatemore joys of fighting conspiracy are H
The Goldwater people I aware
who fears it. Beat "The Q
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"The Establishment," and the I person fully in the dream life. passing him by must feel A 1
Establishment out
or wipe
anti Goldwater people have "The Extremists," he believes, Fortunately, there is such a pleased about the emergence" of i

"The Extremists." Both are and the country can be saved conspiracy. It is just now being "The Organization. A militant tG .
monstrous conspiracies to ruin from ruin. uncovered on the West Coast.: society will be necessary to

the country and, so, they are Californians call this evil combat it and preserve the
ideal for the politically minded I Solve "Teen age, or put "The Organization." "The Or- American dream of life. ,

who enjoy thinking at the top I "They" in their place, and ganization's" goal is to make must be _} I
of their lungs, but not for many family life can become idyllic. everyday life unbearable for The society's slogan : Q W

others. i Overthrow "The Power Struc- the typical American drone. "Impeach Adam and Eve. -



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I YORK (AP) BernardM. w' 60 TO SLEEP AND rii

By MIKE GAVIN It looks pretty much like aLAS for the gambler. The conven Baruch, the financier, had DREAM MOIST 70U!

VEGAS, Nev. (APregular slot machine but after tional jackpot machine is oper- Robert Moses, president of the'''e s ti IIN ii iiha
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Automation has caught up with you drop in the coin the wheels ated handed-drop in the New York World's Fair, as his \
for tour of the fair- < I
that women gamblers' delight, with pictures of cherries and coin with the left, pull the lever guide a I! t i.4 ..
the one-armed bandit. bells are spun electronically. with the right grounds."An ie', pi R e
Now there's a no-arm bandit. This has certain advantages The new model employs the incredible evening, said
Baruch 94, alert though frail,
for coin J
right dropping, leavingthe
after the sightseeing trip Thurs-
left free for holding drinks,
Italian Town's Cherishedr clutching purses, digging for day night. I ONYEAH, WAITM155/ OH, I SEE THAT T SEEMED IT HAPPENED1 GUESS THAT CCES
"This is the only place in the,. 514A5:1... -THIS MESSAGE CCLEY WALLLJKC A NICE TWICEAUSS. \ IT.' PIANA.WJU.
r more change, or even scratch- world," he said, "where there F-a e YEY,SHORTY1IEL1.o.... 15 FCK THEMANACER 51Y MAM60TAN I CLY WHEN PEEX ..'TWQ I YOU SEND F'OTEEr
ing one's back. It also makes it 0' II PONT VOU KNOW OVATION J HE WAS HERE | WRON3 1 CANYON IN 18 5ie
Stirs Furor is such a combination of art VOREOU'PDCNUH CF THE BETTERLJVIN5 AT THAT rpEUVEWfiSKL ME.
Ll Up easier for smokers and those y TOMEANWHILE
and science, of history and of >c CENTER, / MOVIEOPENING (
who two or NOT HEBE.' /
prefer operating .
the past and the future. z + ,
MONTECRETO, Italy (AP) Friday word came from Mo- three machines at one time. J- LAST NIGHT
< i iI iNE5
Parishioners in this northern dena that, if the parishionersdon't For the casino, the electronic '

mountain village have been told turn the crucifix over by models are a bit of a bonanza. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actress U jr.l I ; ,,, r a

by provincial authorities to Aug. 7 legal authorities will be They don't require "elbow Joan Crawford has en- a D ,, + 1 t

hand over their cherished cruci- asked to take it. room" to the side and space at tered Cedars of Lebanon Hospital o.fl m r fr i
fix in one week so it can be re- The crucifix is under lock and the rear for emptying coin box for the third time in two > .

paired, or the law will step in. key in the home of the local sex es. This permits twice as many months for what is called a recurrence 1

The controversy began sever- ton. new ones in the same floor area. of pneumonia.She I

al months ago when an art And at a 900-per-hour coin- entered the hospital in \ r -

teacher from the nearby city of gulping rate, they permit a Hollywood Friday. Her condi- H jWaAT
I Encephalitis theoretical 3,500 extra plays tion was described as good.
Modena saw the crucifix in the
parish church and judged it to I every 24 hours, if operated LkOG
be a rare masterpiece by an I steadily. ASPEN, Colo. (AP-English) BEE11.ES MARCHIIM tNG YOU TFIW4RE'S sMjt1NG/ l II
unknown 12th Century artist. Because the house always composer Benjamin B ri t ten, t
The teacher told governmentfine I Near Tampa wins, this is importantMa- winner of the first Aspen Award ASLEEP I.' I

arts officials that the crucifix chines are set to keep anywherefrom ,Friday, says he'll use part of
badly needed repairing, anda TAMPA (AP-The first case 10 to 30 per cent of the 'the $30,000 to establish an

team of specialists was dis- of eastern encephalitis in Hills- coins fed into them. award for a British musical 8 l J M N .1

patched.The borough County this summer Slots, 18,000 of them, are big composition that is "a pleasureto 5 gr .
specialists succeeded In has been confirmed. business in this haven of legal perform." i.SHE'S

moving the crucifix out of the I Health Di- gambling. They grossed $81 mil- .1
County Department lion in Nevada in 1962 out of
church, but found themselves rector John S. Neill said the pa- $675 million fed in. NEW YORK (AP-The new r 4

surrounded by grim-faced vil-i tient, an adult male, became ill But inventor Jack La head of the World Council of .1I
lagers who advised them to about June 1 after working in says what he Churches in the United Statesis
Vigna, simplicity was 1HE'5
leave the crucifix alone and de-, a swampy area. I had in mind when he created the Rev. Dr. Eugene L. -I IiF

part. 15-month job. Smith of East Orange, N.J., secretary -
the automatic
is the first and
"He I hope
The art specialists left hur- of the Methodist t ,..
But the fine arts the only case," said Neill. "I operated a slot machine Church's mission 6OOC7. XM CALLING FOR'AN' GOOP. MAYBE WE CAM
riedly. agency, route of my own, and I just got overseas pro BEEN 5E3 i CHECK ma 6EwooMt ASLEEP- AMBULANCE..THEN IlL PHONE WE TOOK COOP OPEN THE BACK ROOM
insisting it has the right and The disease is a form of fed with getting up at four in gram. =: ? NIP BADLY A SEE IF GARYSNOIHERr. BILL CORNEELY TO HAVE Hid CAKE OF THAT JOBc IN A PAY OK,TWO-
duty to restore all valuable art up 15 ALL R1GHr' / .WIFE STAY WTTH WK9. JAYE'/ FOR Ydl, 5055.
sickness I i
sleeping but differs the'morning to make repairs.
works in its zone, asked the par- LOS ANGELES (APSingeiMel .
from the St. Louis E
encephalitisthat : decided to make a simpler man
ish priest, the Rev. Tonino Cen- struck down 200 Tonne has won custody o Ii 1 '"
persons o i chine, he says.
acchi, to explain the situation to Florida's West Coast in 1962. He anticipates the only resistance his son, Tracy, 5, after accusing -:I 4 .n. '.
the parishioners. his wife, Arlene, of adultery. ," Lg :
The infection, rarely found except to his new slow machine 1t Li
Two days ago the heads of in natural swamplands,. will come from "diehards who .n. : ;
Montecreto's families met with ODD BINDINGSAn '
causes what is known as blind I are going to demand handles..* t If

Father ,Cenacchi. They listened staggers in horses. I "I'm very encouraged by thehas El Paso, Tex., collector ol' f 'i .6
attentively as he told them the The state health board I play my first model is getting. complete sets of National Geographic 1
crucifix would be returned to been investigating three other. It appears to be very popular magazines has bound::1 Q _

the church after restoration. reported cases of eastern en with women. And let's face it, his set in such rare materials Tifp
Then they voted unanimouslynot cephalitis, one each in Jefferson they're the real slot machine as mink original paintings and :
to let it go. Putnam and Polk counties., players'La Vigna says. Panchq Villa's saddle blanket. r-


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Sunday, August _2._. 1964 Gainesville Sun 5C

S Baby Sitters. Child Car .-..Jl-H.l, Male w F.flMt r ;_.i_

-,.. CHILD or infant care. Prive home. OPENINGS !. V WANT-AD RATES
L It tI woo d Area. $33 month. Men V women over 21 Professional '

Phone FR 41941.TINY. % 66. Insurance :Corporation,. an o4 .I. 'lJA
line reserve company of Florida *"

TOT has opened. on office In ,Gainesville : PH. 372-8441

YOU'REOFF and we need' help Imme- C
PLAY SCHOOLVisit .diately. Openings for bran c h \ -w.-
w for E io
manager In Rm. 205 Balrd' Hdwe. ACROSS Inaugurate ( D A 11

u* and see for youneH. Bldg.*. '.11 .Tues. thru Sat'or- Deviate Wolfhound I A JIIIR
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-788*. phone 3744483 for appt. Classified OnlyDEADLINES
from thecourse 32. Tube
INFANT & child care In private $45 WEEKLY AND MORE;

home by experienced mother. For reliable man or woman to 33.Water-vkort E I
Fenced yard NE section. Call I service watkins customers.; in I 4. Ship- 35. Io I r
372.5169. West End.. Full or part time. No Ii Grape I
shaped clock refuse K 1 M I
Investment. Write Ct R. Ruble !
Tues. thru FrI 5 before publication
papers- p.m.
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED P O. Box 2447, Memphis. Tenn. For ads 1o go in Sun. pa er-12:00 aj). Sat. 7.Denomlna37.Friorto G A T E. I R E F 0 5

TEACHERS fully qualified for For ads to go In Men. paper-1 p.m. Sa!. lion
LOFTY pile free from soil Isthe good late vacancies. No fee unless ; Self 38. Tending N N RID I N E
carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. placed. Southern Teachers Minimum ad t lines) toward A I
Rent electric shampooer $1. Me. Agy., Columbia S. C. 12.flatterer 39.Se\entIi 4)T)
Daniell F urnlture -
WITH Gainesville Shopping Center.Company 8 TEACHERS. S4.800 to 115000. Elementary FAMILY RATES I Mountain musical cote 1! I

aV all H. S. subJects. ash
SALESLADY. 5 day week. Company Insertion 40. Insinuate
benefits Including retirement plan. AGENCY NEWARK DELA. 3 Insertions ... 22c HIM 16. Convf43.Vs'ood (Solution To Friday's Puzzle)
Apply Manager Singer Co., 216 Insertions sorrel -
WARE. Uc line {
ence 8. Cr. letter
W. UnIv.WANTED 12 Insertions Sic line I DOWN

TTS Operator, good workIng 14-al.. Help WantH Total charge computed by mutTptylna total lines x rata earnI 17. Black 45. Brown kiwi 1. I do 9. Unchangeable -

conditions good pay. Con- ed x number of insertions. cuckoo 46. Split 2. Time past

A tact Stafford Caldwell Gaines INTERSTATE Engineering Corporation 18. Discrimi
I 3. 10.
ville Sun.EXPERIENCED. has opening In their sales I Five letter words per line Pledge Composition

.department for three (3) men 49.Trloxtde of Sodium tion for three

office girj-cash- ages 20 to 35. Minimum earnings i 21. In this way arsenic symbol 13. Eucalyptus
ler. Apply In person to Humpty SI75 week. Call FR 2.2310. Same as 2 lines
Dumpty Restaurant. 310 N. W. per 8 Pt. ordinary type I; 22. Jumbled 52. Penile 5. Train secretion
13th St. Must be over 21. LARGE STATE APPROVEDHome .
type Beverages 6. Blend 15.
:0fnt --:;- 1 12 Pt.Same IS 3 lines Spirituous
GOODSTART COCKTAIL WAITRESS over 21. 24. Snack 54. Sainte 7. Western
ordinary :
Apply In person to Thirsty Gator. Study School needs experienced !- typeSame liquor

633 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 P.M. representative to close 25. Turfused abbr. continent: 19. Huge wave
furnished feeds In this area. Permanent : as 4 lines
exclusive territory. Liberal 1 18| Pt. Binary type for fuel 55. Egg drink abbr. 20. Tidiest

commission overwrite and bo 22. Apple seed
Secretary nus. Opportunity for able closer
23. Hostile
with good work habits to earn rrrrrrrrr
$15,000 t $18,000 Box 40*.M, C/O V 24 Pt Same es s "ntype I 26.-Baba

Gainesville Sun. .. ordinary soso! l7 .
ABLE to meet public. neat appearance 11 13 28.Water resort -

skilled in shorthand and SALES REPRESENTATIVE
typing. excellent fringe benefits Including WANTED ;*---i ir--
paid vacation S day work Well rated Miami Mfgr. with elICItIng OC Dfin I : = = 29. Graceful

week. 8 hour day. Salary commensurate refrigerated furniture line rl Barns as 7 tInes 2 31. New: comb.

with ability. Apply In seeks aggressive representation in UU I I. ordinary typt ii- 19 to 1iT form

When person ROYAL CROWN BOTTLERS 4QLQ&Be the Gainesville area. Should work
1201 E. University Ave. from his show room and call on g It U ir ZS' lo 34. live

Phone 372-4731. Institutional. retail. decorators. 36. Restrain
architects professionals' cabinetmakers The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one I i -
SALES PEOPLEImmediate etc. Koolbar Mfg. Co.. Incorrect Insertion. nor will it be llabl for any error In advertisement :e fl23 z 39. Rail bird

openings for full time 3731 NW 50th St., Miami Fla. to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied i 5 = : = t 41.Tibetaagazelles
wise by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment i _
Your and part time experienced salespeople use psychology Inspire Phone 435-2353. j- 31 fJS .
a little girl to be neat with this be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of /
Apply Wilson's Depart. happy dolLPretty BIG MONEY IN YOUR OWN the advertisement.The I 42. Hamlet
ment Store.BEAUTY -
BUSINESS. Build your big 36 Jl Th44.Dined
DEMONSTRATE tidiness teacher holds paying house-to-house route business Gainesville Sun rese-ves the privilege of revising or ,.. =

Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating laundry in skirt. shoes in pockets steady income for life. looting any advertisement which It deems objections and to fl 47. Kind of
Family famous Studio Girt Hangs on wall. so decorative. Pattern with over 250 finest quality COSMETICS change the classification of any advertisement from that or- ; 3' / 49so 41 41 if'l coffee
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 660: transfer, pattern, direc- AND HOME NEEDS. dered t. conform to the policy of the paper Vh // '//.

Phone 376-4334 after 6. tions. Beautiful packages fast sellers 45 44 45 46 47 4* 48. Hen fruit
advance to DISTRIBUTOR. Write ---V..-..-am-mI.--....--1-.IlUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU1IIIIIIIIIIIII = = 50. Steamship
CURB WAITRESSES day and Thirty-five cents in coins for this your plans. experience. Old $7 _

night in shift top wages. Apply pattern add 15 cents for each Company Dept..' N. Tampa Fla., 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sole 49 SI & abbr.
Vacations person Jerry's Restaurant
pattern for 1st class mailing 33605 51. Engineer*
2310 S. W. 13th -
St. and special handling. Send to Laura Lots N. W. of Gainesville-S27DO. NOT IN SUBDIViSION, 3 Br colonlal 3- JTf T Ing degree
WANTED experienced Legal Secre- Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needle- 16-Work Wanted Female S3.500-S3750. hardwood floors. fireplace. = = =

tary to begin work by August 21. craft Dept. P. O. Box 161, Old MARY MOELLER Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa- abbr.
or earlier. Salary commensuratewith Chelsea Station. New York 11. N.Y. I do ironing in my home. Call tricks. Kirby Smith Schools. $11. Par time 22 min. ** H.w.'.."".. 8/1
experience and ability. Print plainly, PATTERN NUMBER FR 1-2t'I. 1515 S. E. 13th Place. REALTOR 500. FHA. $72 per mo. including-
IN Fringe benefits.; Blue Cross and NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. Lincoln Estates. taxes and Ins. FR 2734.
Blue Shield. For interview con
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. NEW FOR 1U3' 200 designs MAID desires work. references itt, W.! -447l UniversityFR FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale

Clayton. Phone 3727591. more fashions to knit crochet than will cook. clean. Iron and care fuel tank. 100 shrubs. brick pa
for children. Call FR 6-2130. tio fenced yard PAYMENTS less than TWO bedroom home University
NEEDED receptionist Secretary.Must ever) Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery 34 Waterfront Property near elementary ren: Only near -
dolls' clothes. Send 23 home. and Junior high schools $7709 per mo. buys this 3 BR $72 per mo. Call FR 44182 -
be efficient In shorthandand done my screened porch BR 1 bath
cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. 3 I bath home like new. Kitchen after Sunday.
typing. Salary commensurate 376-0581. WINFRED CRAWFORD 500 down. if _
Phone H. you qualify FHA. has Tappan
oven range.
3 BR. 2 bath. FHA financing.
with ability. Scruggs & Car. Reg. Broker, See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave.
in with
specalizing hood. fan filter back.
A michael 3 S. E. 1st Ave. FR .- VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT GIRL wants of children $400 down no closing, $80 per
PATTERNS in deluxe. new Quilt -ACRE FOR SALE BY splash. Price reduced from $13,200
5242. for working parents. Phone OWNER In N. E. mo. Avail Oct 15. nice yard.
Book. For beginners, experts. Send AGE. 3 miles No. of Mefrose. Section. 3 Bedroom 2 baths to SUOOO. S450 down FH .. SI00 2202 NE Slit St. 3722893.
SECRETARY with bookkeeping 30 cents now' 374.2877. OR 5-2911. "W living room dining room VA. Phone 3723471 for appt. to _
knowledge. Only experienced person EXPERIENCED. 1401 Computer LOT on east side of Lochloosa and kitchen opens on to large see. FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 bedroom

should apply. Salary deter 12 Malt Help WantedSALESMAN. operator, marrIed. permanent Lake. Landscaped.. elec. avail. screened porch in walking dIstance BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom. 2 bath 2Vi bath living room-elec
family room. dining room.
mined by ability. Send complete resident. 3 yrs. college. Call FR Down payment with sm. mo. pay. of 3 schools fenced in CBS house completely FURNISHED
resume. to Box 482A GainesvilleSun. Great opportunity for 2.3900. after .4:00 P.M. ments. Disc. for cash. 481-8555. back yard. Call 374-5758. refrig. range. Must trie kitchen.heating and lots air of storage.conditioning central

NEW personable ambitious go getter 1 da ironing in my home. 10 cents FOR SALE lot on Santa Fe River BR. 2 BATH home. like new." sacrifice this weekend FHA S450 4 blocks of new school. If Interested
NO age limit if over 21. Local em- with prestige firm. High earning per piece Call FR 60541. with picnic tables. good swim- now for only $94.21 per mo. TOTAL cash. I pay all the rest. call owner. J. B. Gay,
ployment 4 hrs. per day. 5 days potential. Extra benefits. Send ming & .fishing Plenty of trees. Features refrigerator, built-in oven Call 3725792 or 3724869. House Sr., 3728173
a week. Salary basis-earn S23 to resume to Box 481 A GainesvilleSun. Schools Priced S2250 with terms. Phone and range. large living room, will be shown on Sat. and Sun. _
IS & InstitutionsMEN
col. SELL OR RENT 3 BR. 1 bath
$33 week. No selling or plenty
per 473 2-498. storage. Price
reduced FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer home. CCB NE and 3 BR frame
lecting. We give full company Waitress to work night shift 6 days & women 18 to u to train for A beautiful lot on a beautiful riverat from FHA 114,150 to $15,800. 1600 down equity in 3 BR. 2 bth. built-in NW. Low down payment on each.
training See company representative a week. Good salary. Apply Sand CIVIL SERVICE Rock Bluff on the Suwannee. $100 VA. Exclusive swim kit., terrazzo floors. cen. heat. Contact owner 1505 NE 8th St.
OR in Rm. 205 Baird Hardware wich Inn. 110 N.E. 16th Ave. Phone 374-4160. club too. Phone 3723471. See Phone 374-8779.
Bldg. t to 11 Tuesday thru Satur- Phone F R 60924. Examinations. For Information this one before you buy. LEAVING TOWN will sacrifice. 3
day or phone 376-8483 for appt. send name address 3> Phone No. OVER 30 acres of lake front many By Owner. 3 BR. 1 bath. CCB Br., 1 bath screened in porch.
WANTED TTS Operator.. good work- Key Training Service. 112 W. bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished PAYING rent? See this 3 BRI home. Assume mortgage Low Fenced back yard. 2711 N. E.
WANTED senior beautician. Prefer ing conditions. good pay. Contact Adams St.. Jacksonville. houses with dock and deep bath home for only $8100 per equity. $84 Mo., Dead end St. 10th Terr.EXCELLENT.
permanent resident. House of Stafford Caldwell' Gainesville well pump. Many extras.. On mo. including Insurance. faxes 1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 23855. _
Beauty FR 2.1575 or FR 4-3489. Sun. Real Estate Exam Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis Large living room. built-in China BUY In Westmore-
Jewelry Co.Cedar cabinet 13.2 cu. ft. GE 4 BR, 2 bath 1800 SQ. ft.. 14 yr. land. 3 BR, 1 bath. Florida room
UNUSUAL opportunity. Good GRILL MAN. top,salary. must be COURSE erator. Price was *" 700. refrig. old home. 4th Irg BR separated fenced back yard air cond., by
USEDCLASSIFIED salesperson with some office work. experienced. Apply Wonderhouse ATTEND First lesson free. Key Shores $13,500, $500 down FH.', SIlO now VA. from others could be used as owner. FR 2-0089._
Salary plus commission. Between Restaurant 14 S.W. 1st St. behind HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEoE Call 3723672.ALMOST family room. Cent. heat and air
30 & 45. 3725285. 8 a.m. 7 p.m. Sears. COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave fine homesites from $2250 cond. oak parque floors Irg. cor LOW DOWN PAYMENT spacious
__ 3 BR 2 bath. Ig. liv. rm. fireplace
r F R. 4-3507 372-3727. NEW 3 BR 2
bathf home ner lot. New FHA Loan has been
.. WANTED saleslady must have lew- ROUTE SALESMAN for soft drink non-waterfront from $1510 with' air' conditioner refrigerator arranged with total down pay. cen. heat. air cond i interior -
store & references. commission CiVIL SERVICE TRAINING patio. Close to schools .
elry experience company salary plus built-in oven and range. huge ment of $800 which Includes closing .
(..... Steady position good salary. age 25-40. Must be bondable. Ph.. PHONE FR 4-3507 Marina LocationsINVEST master BR with walk-in closet. cost 929 N. E. 10th Place. swim pool membership. AssumeVA
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. FR 28311 Nine to S weekdays. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Mort. Only $98.70 mo. includ.T .
... now selling for $16,450 (reduced Call for appt. days FR 2-8401 evenings -
CAR & I. 2842 NE lAth Dr. FR 2-
... facilities.needed here .
INSURANCE Salesman wanted. SPEEDING-COST ACCOUNTING : from $14,800). Payments $10037 and FR 4-2748 weekends.By 3944.

MAINTENANCEVACANCIES Excellent opportunity for right per mo. after $700 down. si 00 Owner 7 rooms l'/i bath. WOO
man. Established debit. Salaryand Secretarial Courses Classes I Motel Locations down VA. Concrete patio. plen for equity payments $90 per 3BR frame home. on dbl. lots.
commission. Excellent opportunity now. forming. Howelfs.. Business ty shrubbery. exclusive swim cent. heat, in Fairbanks $500
month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr.
Large phosphate chemical operations for advancement. Call College 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR I INVEST: accommodationsneeded club. Phone 3723471. Phone 374-4819. down. $50 per mo. Call after4PM
3723173 or write P. O. Box 121, 4-3507. 3725449
I in central Florida has Immediate LOVELY 3 bedroom. 2 bath Tn _
Gainesville. THREE BR 1 bath CCB. carportand
: HIGH SCHOOLat Pine Forest.
vacancies for maintenance All formica kitchen
util. fenced back yard 2 BR frame corner lot fenced
personnel with minimum of WANTED retail milk route salesman home tree booklet Arne r Ican cabinets G. E. drop-in counter- room ,
Little $350 down. $65 TIO.
ANDREWS- barbecue per
DAVID patio pit near garage
five years experience as lourney- age 25-45. must be bond- School P. O. Box 14441 Jackson- top range. vinyl wall paper and wood School FR 69615.N. balance $6500. 1433 SE 1st "'ve.F .
man in the following classifications able. Apply to Jim Johnson at villa Fla .32216. colored fixtures In bath. Beautifully R 2-9875.
: Carlton's Dairy Phone 372.5406 REAL ESTATE landscaped lot with many W. SECTION 2 BR 1 bath

Maintenance Mechanic: Must have for Ippt.W"'NTED 26 Farm EquipmentFOR CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 trees. Priced to sell. Call 372.1551 CB home. Reasonable down payment
thorough knowledge and experience FOUR roofers at once. or 3767971. Builder.LITTLEWOOD.WESTWOOD. $58.90 per mo. Assume FREE ESTIMATES on

in general maintenance Also 3 sheet- metal men. Call 372- SALE I two row A III i s Chanv LAKE LOTS FOR SALE AREA. balance $6685. Call 374-4329. FURNACES ond Quolity

work. including welding. repairof 1311 or 374-35A8. ers tractor with 1-2-12" plow Phone 376-9960. Close to Un Iv.. 3 BR, 1V4 bath. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. Florida room.
piping and
pumps. disc. 2 planters. cultivating outfit corner lot. $14,500. Call after 2:00 large utility room. 2 car car. Central AirConditioners
materials handling equipment. WANTED 4 men to sell highly desired P.M. FR 2-0729. Lot 100 175' NW location.
in saoo. See at Rt. 1, Box 3U, HOME OF DISTINCTIONEnt. port. x
Prefer experience Writ
previous electrical appliances.
Brooker Hwy. foyer. Lr.. with fireplace all near elementary school. Phone
chemicals. rock cruShing. cement giving experience. age and general $100 Down 3 bedroom. Florida FR 4. 449.
concentrator or related indus to Box 411...., glass wall leading to Screened patio room nice N. E. neighborhood.
try. Gainesville background Sun. 27 Feed b Fertiliser Dr.. 3 Ig. Br.. with 2 full close to schools. Phone 376-5868.
Applicants must be in good physI- c/o baths. kitchen w-built in equip. FURNITURE
Dial cal condition between the ages of ESTABLISHED Florida stock brok- 150 Acres of improved pasture for including dishwasher. Carport. TWO bedroom frame. neat & clean. by T& !

23 and 43. High school education erage firm is in process of expanding rent or lease. Call 448-1177. Util. room. Central heat and Air good condition city water. shady UPHOLSTERYFor
or equivalent required. The retail sales. Interested in Condo Deep lot 100 white sand lot. 50 x 120, immediate occupancy Best In equipment using Internally

Company otters excellent bene- licensed registered representativewho beach shade trees. Lake Geneva. easy private financing. top quality workmanshipcall insulated ducts, de
fits. including group Insurance. desire opportunity In a grow- 28 Livestock & Supplies $27,500. This home surrounded by $200 down. $55 monthly. Locatedat signed. engineered and Installed
retirement. holidays. etc. ing area. Write qualifications and lovely homes is restricted area. 1311 SE 2nd Ave. near bus 372-6142
376-4672 Reply. with full qualifications to requirements to PWM P. O. Box :2 yr. qld Jenny ,bred to Palomino line. See it and phone FR 4-7170. byALL
Employment Supervisor P. O. 154 Gainesville. Fla. stallion best offer. Orange Hts. LAKE ROSAWe GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
Box 867. Barlow Fla. Rd. Vt mi. on left past prison BY OWNER NEAR WEST- 8. AIR CONDITIONING CO.
An Equal Opportunity Employer MAINTENANCEVACANCIES farm. are open to any reasonable offer WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath UPHOLSTERY
below SIS.COO on this large Ig LR, family room. built In 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
DRESS KIT FREE Postcard I WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE CB home. 3 BR.. Lr., with fireplace kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Free Estimates-PICK up and 1910 NE 23rd Blvd.
dairyman to show us a better screened porch facing lake. delivery.
brings you line of hundreds of & HEAT. $1000 and 24 Hour Service
styles. Earn about $23 weekly and Large phosphate chemical operations dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills Sand beach deep shady fenced assume mtg. Call 376-2927.
dresses for yourself. Easy. fun. In central Florida has Immediate 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai- lot.

No Investment. canvassing or ex vacancies for maintenance Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN
Announcements Write Fashion personnel with minimum of per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala Would you believe $145 down Includes -
perience. today. five years experience as loumey- chua. Phone FR 2-1095 er 4412105. all charges. will buy a 3
Frocks. Dept. S-4281. Cincinnati man in the following classifications Br.. CB home. In Keystone Mel-
Ohio 43202.
: rose Area. monthly payments

3 LOST & FOUND SECRETARIESELECTROTEC Maintenance thorough knowledge Mechanic: and Must experI-have 30 PETS SUPPLIES $4450. Call us for full details. %

CORP. in general' maintenancework.
ence '
While dog. few tan spots young (DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA) Including welding repair of REGISTERED Beagle. 1 year. all LAKE GENEVAOver
female? N.W. section. Phone Industrial pumps. piping and materials shots and license $50. 3725424. 300' waterfront I acre tract.
374 4H3. With CCB home and 4 rental un-
SECRETARY handling equipment. Prefer SIAMESE cats altered female 2
LOST hand tooled' natural colored previous experience In chemicals. yr. old healthy. Intelligent playful its. Great possibility for expanding -
pocketbook with initials CW. TO CONTROLLER) rock crushing. cement concentrator affectionate sensitive. Indoor A perfect site for motel.

Matched wallet & keys S. pa. Executive secretarial experience re- or related Industry. and outdoor. $25. Phone 3725771. 130,000. Reasonable down pay D HAVE
be in good physIcal ment.
quired In manufacturing Industry. Applicants must
pers inside. If you have found LABRADOR Retriever pups quality -
Information. Compose letters take dictation condition between the ages of bred beauties. AKC
this. or have any reg., ready
coordinate supervisors schedules. 25 and 43. High school educationor WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD
please call Coline Wheeler. or for serious training or home. fUN
Familiarity with financial accounting required. The Company -
mail to P.O. Box 61. Melrose. equivalent Call 372.5763PUREBRED Reg Real Estate Broker
contractural terminology offers excellent benefits Including 3 Miles N. of Melroae
Dial 4755381 REWARDI group Insurance, retirement Beagle puppies,. good Hwy 21. 475-2981

LOST female Beagle named Susie prefd.SECRETARY holidays etc. stock. 1 AKC reg.. male. James -

black white & tan with 2 collars Reply with full qualifications to Kennels. Rt.. 1, Box- 71, Keystone, 35 Houses for Sole
(chain & leather) NW sect. Employment Supervisor P. O. Pit. 4734958.THREE .
1 French Poodle 2 BR home on corner lot low down
Requires experience as secretary !. An Equal Opportunity Employer all black papers and shots; Pekinese payment. SM per mo. Located at

4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE administrative assistant to a ma- $lSplus expenses for 43 hour papers and shots; ma 11 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy

lor Engineering with mechanical Manager. engineering Familiarity week If qualified. Fuller Brush Toy Dachshund red. has shots. Rldgell 372-4125. s ONFRED'S

KUT M KURL terminology preferred. Co. 101 S. Michigan Ocala Fla. Phone 372-5029. ?
Beauty Saloon 429-4743. FREE kittens 5 wks. old. Call 372- LOCKER ROOM
Beauty on a BudgetAll 9711 after 5 P.M.
work CLERK TYPISTS No money down to a qualified vet.
PERM. guaranteed.15.00 (1) Radio. audio tape recorder STANDARD black poodle puppies. eran. New 3 bedroom. IVfe bath. ON N.W. 13rh ST.
upSHAM.SET civilian -
& TWX OPERS. technician must have had no papers. $35. Road 34) north central heat. SSI monthly includes
$1 50 up Excellent typing speed and accur- experience be able to supply of hiway 26 app. II miles N.W.of taxes and insurance. Phone :inmi. -
14 E. Univ. Ave. :2727724 acy required. Miscellaneous typing character; & work reference. Must Trenton. Drum Builder. HAPPY HOUR J* on exclusive feature ot the Locker
Open nights by appt want a permanent |lob. regular .. .
and preparation of forms. hours opportunity and good pay. AMERICAN Shepherd and English $75 MO. $450 Down. NE 17th Dr. Room, when all cocktails art two for the price of one.

LEARN fentton TO to DRIVEl Special It- Excellent Wages d Fringe Benefits. (2) T.V. fc F.M. antenna installer. Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned 3 Br.. 1 bath screened porch. S : Beginning at 5 P.M. the "hour" extends through
nervous or
elderly. A
(3) Antenna installer trainee. Applyin wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. patiO. kitchen eQuipped. cent. f
Easy Way Driving School. FRi REPLY TO: FR 6-0474. 7 P.M.
-700? tic bv State of Fl.. Director of Industrial Relations person to SIAMESE KITTENS & heat.
COUCH'S The STEER ROOM known for its sedate atmosphere,
ELECTRO-TEC CORP. 601 N. Main St. STUD SERVICE NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath. specialises in delicious steaks cooked! to
TRAVEL carport and utility room. $9,600. ::: your perfection
S INFORMATION PO Box U) Ormond Beach. Fla. f A.M. to 12 or 2 to C P.M. S25lP.. Reg. WIlliston 528-4448. ;
(An equal opportunity employer) S350 down. US month. Phone FR from 5:00 to 12:00 A.M.

DRIVING to New Mexico. Round CUSTOMERS need service In W. AKC reg. German Shepherds 23355 days.LEAVING On to the Lounge to conclude your evening with fun
In Alachua Co. or part Gainesville. 3 ,1 male. 1 female. half
week Take mos
trip. 1st Aug two.
12 Molt Wonted TOWN. will sell my 3 and dancing. Each Friday and Fred
Share eip. Call 372-4245. 4 x r Help Full or part time Earn S3JO grown male trained for protection Saturday night
BR, cent. heat. built In
2 bath -
pool table S50SPECIAL hourly and up. For Information good natured. Orange Hts. features the music of some bond.a .
- write D. T. Webb. $r.. mile kitchen, home. You can save
see or Rd- on left past prison e e
Heavy Equipment Rawlelgh. FA F 11500. Can FR 33824 or GR
< NOTICES Waldo or write
Memrt-iS. Tenn 5-522. Melrose. Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
3M 7003)
MechanicMust 3
REGISTERED Beagle pups.
months old. all necessary shots 4 BR, 2 bath 1800 so ft, 14 yr
LCHRISTIANSEWCORPORATION be qualified and have own 13-Help Malt or Female $30. Phone 374-5555. old home. 4th Irg. BR separated
tools Phone FR t- 21f. from others could be used as ,
WANTED first Class' bookkeeper.age 6 WEEKS old AKC reg. Chihuahua family room. Cent heat and air DINING I; CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
EXPERIENCED man to help manage Write experience and puppies. Males It females. Reasonably cond.. oak paroue floors. Irg. corner V
ST. AUGUSTINE grocery store. Must be bondable qualifications to Box 4 93 A- capable of ordering stock. High Springs. 454-1974. 454-1731. arranged with total down payment I LONG'S CAFETERIA
FLORIDA Ing. and helping In store Hub- Gainesville Sun. of SlOG which Includes closing cost STEAK ROOM
bards Circle Grocery. Corner of mature FREE cute kittens. Phone FR- STEER
HALFWAY Houseparents. 929: N. E. 10th Place. Call for No between ordering & ROOM
VALLEY 9-5415 N. W. 16th Ave. A Mlllhopper Rd. white married couple no chlldr 6-8120. pot. days F R 2-4401 evenings and Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice food waiting lust fast cafeteria service. V
n. State retirement benefits FR 4-274 weekends. steaks prepared to The finest in
taste dining !
SALESMAN. To train for managers your en toymen
Five residential custom contracts hospitalization. PUREBRED longhaired kittens; SPECIALS: lunch Me S. tic;
needed for the month of August position. Company benefits Including Call social Director security.of Training Sun- white. blue .. cream. Seen by NEW 2 bedroom frame house 'lust on our open hearth. Holiday Inn Complete' dinner every night & Cocktails & dancing in our lounge. _

and September In the S25.MO and retirement plan. Transportation land Training Center FR 4-3381, appoint. For Inform. contact lox completed. nice wooded lot J 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-1244. Sunday noon 97c. Serving Gainesville No cover No minimum

above price range. Planning. furnished. Apply Manager. ext. 347 or 327. 13831 Univ." Station. miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-4570. for 12 years. 313 W. Univ. FRED'S LOCKER ROOM
Singer Co. 216 W. Univ." Ave.
counseling complete specifications Ave. 4562 NW 13th St.
and firm contract p r Ices WAITRESSES. Steam table cooks. BLACK ACRESPRICED BILLIARD'S *
quoted. dishwashers. Apply In person or 33 LOTS FOR SALE

Ocala $59U1SGaInesvIlle ATTENTION by phone Holiday Restaurant 484- TO' SELL BY OWNER. 3 INN
3745450Palatka3252081 2121 ro 484-2122. LOT with 3'trailer spaces and 2 bedrooms. 2 baths hardwood BOWLING .
( trailers. Large awnings. 3 large floors. central heat alr HOUSEWIVES! WANTED TTS Operator good workIng patios 3 septic tanks lots of units electric range and drapes. Charcoal Steak Room Smorgas-

T944 PARADE OF HOMES INCREASED Fall business necessitates conditionS. good pay. Coa- shade good rental Income. Just Lot IIP x 120 with shade trees. Fun for not only young men PALM LANES board. Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
August 9-14. .Benefit tact Stafford Caldwell Galnes- outside city limits. For sale. FR 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-4427. BUT young women. too. drinks for the price of 1. Dancing
Junior Woman's Club Charities.; placing t wemej im vine Sun. Winter leagues now forming. Griffin'sCombo
Bring your dates 'til 2 A M. to Bobby
*. NORTHWEST LOCATION Restaurant nursey pro shop.
Sep anymember -
mediately. Real opportunity for 4SM3.ACRE Open 10 A.M. 'til 12 P.M. 24C4 & Richard Parkers orchestra. -
PLACEMENT SERViCe on attractive 100 lot; 3 Waldo Read
lots for sale. V .
905 N. Main Street 1901 S.W. 13TH St. FR 4-244
S Baby Sitters. Child C... these whe qualify fer territories. Office. Professional Phone 376-1236 BR! brick house wittcypr.ess \ ok floors, 374-4654

We trai ye. ta shew A".. Technicil & mahogany trim. asbestos -

KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE Cosmetics. Far Interview writeAvail. College appt.; GraduatesFor call 372-4377 FORDYCE REALTORS 4 ASSOCIATES. iNC room-shop' shingle dM.roof.carport Fla. rm.; price. store under TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

Day wlu or mo. Old NewberryRd. P. O. lea 44*. Gainesville. 1a.12:00 AJA. 2-4:00 P.M. 924 W. Un""' 116.000 "Includes refrtg.. new OF ENTERTANMENT! IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMEN GUIDE I
Planned tfoorams. Pick up Monday through Friday kitchen range air conditioner. TV
at Llttlewood- and Terwilliger Fla.. or call FR 2-42i. PERSONNEL CENTER LOTS FOR SALE antenna. Call aoent at 374-4471 orowner CALL 372-8441.

schools. Call FR 2-4447. 1O2NWsdAvenueTh on Mitftopper Road. FR 2-t$76.I at 372.2743.

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35 Houses for Sole! 35 Houses for $.!. 35 Houses for $.!. 35 Houses for So!. 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Sot

4 I BR modern home on 1 acre of FOUR bedroom 2 bam with family BY OWNER i BR, 1 batheir- .
LIVE IN MADISON PARK Jl8,500.Fam. BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath, extra $oO Month. New, CB home to*
land. 7300. Terms. Phone GR r.t dishwasher, garbage dieposal. McKINNEY conditioned Fla. room stone rm.. LR. 4 roomy BR, 2 Ig. shady yard. Westmorland 4011 down payment. See at 210 S. E.
5-2277. 20 N.E. 10th St. front. wilt-In oven, rang, dishwasher bath, shady lot. no traffic cen. N W. 13fi Ave. FR 4-7993 for 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372-
THE TIME IS NOW. FHA SPECIALS Phone 372-4455. GREEN disposal. Stone fireplace heat, 370S NW 22nd PI. 372-302: eppt.FOR 4a92.
oak strip floors traverse
3 Bedroom 2 bath air cond.
manyextras. DEATONREALTORS rod throughout ceramic tilt IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale byowner. SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. For Sale by owner, 3 large bed-
Newly painted 3 BR, I batn Reasonably priced and low
home Fla. Florida hardwood
baths. hug utility room, central Immaculate 3 BR, 2 bath study room 2 bath. CCB rooms. room
with breezeway attached ga down payment. 3624 N.W 12th ....t l\O. lOOxMO comer lot. CCB walk to new school dead house large lot, Carol Estates floors 2 full tile baths, CCB
Ave. Skyline Heights. 372-1517 after
rage. Hardwood floors. wooded shallow well for sprinkling. Pay end. Terms to responsible party. 2103 N.E. 12th Ter. Call FR home. $17,000. 1110 N.W. Mm
3 00 P.M.
comer lot on paved street I9JOO LUXURIOUSTruly Price $14,000. 37M74I or 372-4174. ; 6-7962 for appointment. Ave.FR 21265.
owner's and
equity assume mortgage
with S300 down and $65 a month.
Do You Have A Room
ApartmentOr or can be refinanced with
I FRED a home of elegance. Nonmis- only S9CO down. 2037 NE tth St.
Masonry 3 BR, 1 bath
living room.dining "
takeably this new home has the
Phone 373-3471 to i 37474M
House to Rent? room combination screened 1 I exquisite features that a discrim after 5 P.M.JWK. or -
porch TOWN !
frtft. on shady lot. inating person would desire. Its BEST HOME VALUES IN
*1,500 with U50 down and $70a ARNOLD location in the exclusive North-
month. west Is much desired 3 large
bedrooms 2'/' fully tiled baths SEE
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Call us to see these homes. All living dining and bedrooms
vacancy TOM DOBSON REALTORYOUNG fully carpeted with acril.n- 372-8404 -
large paneled Fla. room with open MONEY
REALTOR beamed ceiling with fireplace DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homein DOWN f
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit
exquisite drapes Central heat the NE. convenient to shopping
MLS member Ph. 372-1473 FOLKSNo and air conditioning A kitchena and school. Well landscaped, V A ,
Margaret G. Coram. Assoc. closing costs. Lovely 3 bedroom woman would love many other corner lot with backyard fenced Village Qteen
2 bath home. Hardwood attractive features You wilt for the children. 1335 squarefeat
MerrillATTRACTIVE floors dishwasher private fenced be surprised and excited. M we .f living area with
In rear yard. Immediate occupancy were when you see this fin I- room. LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
$450 down P04*. $84.57 quality home. We would be pleased -
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU 3 bedroom masonry per month total payment. Set it to show you this home by ap. UNIVERSITY and shopping center 376-7971
Close walking distance from this
horn with central heat built-in todayl pointment Call FR 23617.
EVERY DAY until it is rented oven and range dishwasher disposal two bedroom house. Completelyfurnished )
: and extra kitchen cabinets. 4 BEDROOM LARGE FAMILYThree and two kitchens '
Just listed for sale at less the Close to both elementary and lunlor mean Income when house Is Priced from $13,90017,250
replacement' cost. ONLY Sll.toO high $1.100 no qualifying. bedrooms Sleeping porch rented as two one bedroom .} .!
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Chain link fence, built-in kitchen Separate dining room living apartments. Total price only -_ _
room kitchen equipped<< with
$300 DOWN ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom paved street and sidewalk, cheap 040000. Sodded Lawns
masonry home with built-in er than rtnt. Move now.TRILEVEL electric range electric refrigera LOVELY VIEW of woods and aStream t g &
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day even and range, carport and utility tor -toilet two baths- Home- outside completely servants from the glass walled rear Swim Club 11! :!II' :.. I:

room. Just one year old. NW furnished single car Of this appealing contemporary
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Section. REASONABLE MONTHLY 2200 sq. ft. 4 bedroom sleep level 100 x 100 Paved garagelot street. tome. Cypress construction Air Cond. Optional _ J
PAYMENTS.BLACK for quiet rest. Living level for city sewerage water and lights- step down living room with Colonials -- .. W lStltl _
gracious living play level separates immediate occupancy Close to fireplace, three bedrooms, two -
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day ACRES Priced at the children from adults. Central Church School and Shopping baths, breezeway patio Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
FHA valuation of 117,500 this heat and air conditioning for Call FR 2M17. equipped kitchen. Beautifully
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry year round comfort. Call 2-J522 private; beautifully con
home Is a REAL IVY. for appointment. N.W. location. NEAR UNIVERSITYA venient. FHA evaluation
SUMO loan available.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day DUPLEX 9 BR 1 bath home for only 2000000. -
S1J08 DOWN will buy this lovelyold Investors attention Close te University $400 down payment and Ml.M a J. W.KIRKPA .
4 bedroom 3 bath two story Hospital. $180 Inco me, month which includes taxes and TRICK STARTS
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day home In the NE Section. ONLY never vacant. $15,000 with terms. Interest. Call FR 23617. Realtor NEXT SUNDAY

$16.000 CALL US NOWI Modern construction. 31 N. Main Phone FR 7-1404
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ASSOCIATES.ot'J.d ASSOCIATES:
John Merrill J. Guy Jiyne Butterwerth Ftoye Mathlasen Irene iunnell AUGUST 9- 16,2-8 P.M.
ARNOLD W. Davis H. J. WiltshireMultiple Capt. A. w. Reece USN. !ftet.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Listing Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin

$85 per mo . $2.83 per day REALTORMULTIPLE LISTING Multiple REALTY Listing COMPANY Member The Official Parade of Homes

PHONE FR 2.1494 nit West Univ. Ave. :372-3522 PALM VIEW ESTATES
$90 per mo . $3.00 per day ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Associates: Pete Sing
PARDI Jene Caldwell F. W. Hedge 12 beautiful homes by:

$95 . $3.16 day W.H.8UCKH"'NNANDRIVE Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo AN EXCELLENT
per mo per Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene H V. b
BY Inc. Builders .
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day PROFESSIONAL MAN has p,,r- & '
chased larger home. offering his Quality Builders, \
immaculate 3 BR V4 bath home HOME 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL I
with Florida room I 30x40 ft. Ridgway Const.
patio. back yard enclosed by CITY SERVICES
ligustrum hedge carpet like BUYERS T. D. Zetrouer "DON'THugh
lawn & landscaping, thermostatic WALK TO SCHOOLS ,
controlled wall furnace, built In

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS wall Floored aircondltloner attic with disappear stove I Inct.n a GUIDEby From $16,000 up Edwards, Inc., MISS

stairway. Everything In perfect $600.00 down The James Co.
condition to meet the demands of IT"
the most discriminating. A one The James Co. Furnished Models by Home Beautiful
owner home on which LOVING McKinley Construction,
CARE has been lavishly bestow The James Co. of Gaines FHA Conventional
I ed. Must be seen to be appreciated. G. M. Davis
villa Inc., Builders of Kings.berry ,
35 Houses to, SaU 35 Houses for Sale BARGAIN PRICED af only
Homes<< for this area will FERNWOOD MODELS
SU,500 for quick sale. Drive by ..
132 N.E. 13th St. then call w.e. be happy to answer any questions Kirkpatrick & Pierson,
iIGl4LANDCOURT. 4 BR, 2 bath LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI "'"1" HARRIS 374-M17 or J74- you might have concernIng From $12,250
wall to wall I carpet living room.dr.I S BR, 2 baths central heat, out home ownership. You might
air conditioned. FR 2-3347 ef city limits, deep well PEA be one of those people that $400 down $100VADay Tommy Ridgell,
or FR 2.2080.AVAILABLESip.. power, located at Ml I' NW 94th 2927.REDFRANKS
now owns a home but found
St. Macoma
.. 1 bath. 3 bedroom that It Is now Inadequate, If 2-9545 Night 6-9048 Homes,

CCB home fireplace too buys e 3 BR, 1 bath. Payments REALESTATE this ti the case a call ta The
beautiful yard. Near Lltttewood U5 per mo. On il 4jth James Co. could very well Drive West on 16th Avenue / Young America Homes,
and Weifwood. FR M220 421 NW Ter. IlL! 1st St. Phone 374-M17 solve your problems. By this
36th St.HUGH. In Turn left 39th Terrace
we mean trading your present on
EDWARDS INC. Call 3722372. PARRISHPRESENTS home. New Renewood Subdivision, 3300 Block of NW 28th Ave. :
Price Slashed There are a number of questions
that we can answer concerning I CO-SPONSORED, BY THE :
Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home on
large corner lot In PVi Forest. The owner of this lovely 3 bedroom trading. We feel that .
With built-in? counter-.op range 2 bath masonry home is READYTO by talking with us you can -lr--smlilw. -
and oven all formica kitchen SELLI It you want a home pick a suitable floor plan and Gainesville Junior Women's Club
cabinets. large pantry. farrazzo with a central heating system exterior design that will suit
floors. Priced at only' ",.S0. FHA built-in oven and range, family WESTMORLAND for Immediate your needs from our many
and VA financing. Call 372-1J31. room, laundry room carport occupancy. this 4 bedroom 2 bath plans that we keep on hand.A !
Lot 35 CES. large comer lot located In the home: modern built In kitchen, call to the James Co. will and the .
NW SECTION CALL US central air conditioning V central -
FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR 2 NOWI THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME heat. Transportation by school I get all the facts about any
bath. cen. air cond. and heat. MUST BE OLD BY AUGUST 15 bus to schools. type financing any questions
Palm View Estates less than I PRICE CUT FROM S1S.OOO you might have without any THESE HOME VALUES GainesvilleHome
yr. old. FHA approved large to $16.500 ONLY 11.000 DOWN- HOLLY FORREST.. this delightful obligations en your part.
shaded lot no Immediate neighbors NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL home on a lovely wooded lot. 3 BEFORE YOU BUY
owner transferring. 4037 N.- BE REfUSEDI bedroom 2 bath separate dining We have lots available Wi
W. 18th Place. Phone 374-0734. room. beautiful built.ln kitchen mast any section of town for Builders
-LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD area family room. large screened patio you to choose f rem.
3 BR 2 bath llv.4ln.-klt.. Fam. John Merrill ; Ideal for entertaining. SAVE! ,,--
Rm.. central heat gas fireplace, i Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
well landscaped shady yard and Realtor FLORIDA PARK, this neat little Paramore have ever 30 years The following ere ready for AssociationAdmission 5.
Attractive patio. $600 dn.. $105 3 bedroom IV* bath home Ideal combined experience In the QWITLsI
i MULTIPLE LISTING for a couple located In a construction of homes.
mo. FHA. by owner. $31 NW 34th By care-
3721494 town. Immediate occupancy. -
Dr. 372-1141 day 372-4537 night. Associates ful supervision by Jim and
4235 NW 10th St. I Marcella Pardl Gaits It will enable you as the 3330 H.W. 28th Ave.
Desirable 3 BR, 2 bath home., W. H. Buckhannan BLACK ACRES this traditional homeowner to get more home The following Is now under 4 BR 2V* baths 12990 dn., 50c Children Under 12 FREE
construction and will be
3 bedroom. 2 bath living- for your money and certainly ready
large Fla. room Ratio.: Lot home II 4f
100x176' lots of trees. I, NOTHING DOWN VA room. separate dining room .. makes The James construction for occupancy soon per me. ALL PROCEEDS TO JUNIOR WOMANS CLUB CHARITIES
i : B lit, 2 baths, 2000 .q. ft. family room with fireplace lovely te be beyond compare.By .
Beautiful I lots NW section I modem built-in kitchen central 3741 NW2lst PL
3320 NW 30th Ave.
DOWNNW. heat. building primarily the 3 BR 2 bath $750 dn. Slot
Commercial property .. acre e.1 Kingsberry home we feel wehave per month. 3 .It, 1 bath, S509 dn 177. i MAGAZINE
3 BR. 1 bath walking distance
NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivIsion per me
E. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. to school a great advantage and
o* acre Iota. paved great opportunity for you as 1-
43S N. Main St. streets. Inside lots S3.W.OO corner --- .- -
the purchaser t pick design -
FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-4544. $500 DOWN I
$.,%SO.DO. Select your dreamhome and floor plans That are creat- 303 SE 31th St. -
FOR Sate or trade. New a BR. J BR 2 bath, Ig. lot In Northwest site now before prices ad ed by some of the country's 3 BR. 1 beth, 1400 dn. SUper
home located In WestmorelandEstates. Norwood me.ALL .
leading architects.
On city sewers, pavedSt i $900 DOWN
2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family 2BR. I bath Southwest only til vance.M.M. If you desire complete Information
Rm. .. living Rm.. dining area. per mo.
call The James Co. and ,Hope"H" ---
Central heat, built-in kitchen Including 3 BR, 2 bath, NW. close to school. we will be happy to come to WHY SETTLE
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
home and spend any
walk to schools, close to amount of time to.xpl.ln Inc. TO
center FHA
u of f & medical
The James Co. systemOf SIN< ANYTIME If
122,700. Down payment
occupancy. Drive by ASSOCIATES INC. & ASSOCIATES. INC. home ownership.We We Trade Homesor YOU WILL JUST CALL.
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler Jack DeYot Realtor H. Wayne Hill Helen I Graham I
Brothers. 372-54S daily 374W4Iniaht. AssociatesE. Gardenhtre Mary Parrlsh can secure FHA. VA and 1123 S.C. 4th STREETFR
E. Hoiloway Carolyn 19 N.E. First Street Tel.: 372-5375 several different types of conventional Property 4-5301 .r FR """
Christine Stone financing. FOR LESS ?
HUNTING home values? This Is $2J NW 13th Strict vIi
it. 3 BR I bath home features -r- -
372 2)11 NOW RENTING I If you own e lot within SO
large screened ponch extra Ige. Call night or dayJWK or (0 miles of Gainesville call
Storage room paneled wall In NEW us for Information about build- Gainesville' newest emo* most

study and living room. all vinyl Furnished on. bedroom air con- ing for you.3Bedroom. luxurious apartment building .

floors, built-in air conditioner oven and range refrigerator dii.poal. dittoed apartments. Ready for IV* bath with New
', occupancy August Uth and LAKESHORE Kirkpatrick & Pierson
extra large lot only September lit hardwood floors located on
S9103 per mo. after 1400 down. 3728404TRANQUIL ., shaded Small down-
UOO SW IMh Ter. Ph. 371 M' well lot.
sioo down VA. Price reduced
from SI5IOO to $15.300. Phone setting under massive Coy Thomas payment. FHA. TOWERS
372-3472 for appt. to see. shade trees on over an acre in
Construction to start soon en Homes in
Highland Court Manor
Kirkwootf. Gracious masonry
CLEANASAWHISfCIBeautifully S V.A. 3 4 Bedroom homes NOW LEASING
residence. central heat two
EYES RIGHT! in H.E. Gainesville. Call now
baths three bedrooms PLUS
kept must be seen. If end make all color selections.
another bedroom and bath
you are looking for a 2 bedroom. See real dream living In Shadow AU these will be brick veneer.
1 bath home with screened porch for guests a relative or. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Start at only 79.34!
on a large corner lot. Immediate for a study. By appointment D. Oliver. BUr.m. We have 4 lots on 3tth Ave.
occupancy. $1,500.. See at only. Ex. FR J-OS44 loox274. Pick e lot and house
1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone elusive listing.J. West en NW J9Ui Ave. past plan' to suit you.
Dick Robinson. Associate. Ralph the oien Springs hrtersec- That's right- you can buy a new three-bedroom
Fossey, Realtor, at 374-135 day W. Kirkpatrick Agency tied. See sign en left. Now under construction 3- home in Highland Court Manor for
cr night U West University :31 N. Main FR 2-1404 Bedroom. X baths with 1435 as little as
Avenue. Sq. Ft. floor area double carport $79.34 per month, including insurance and taxes
FIRST TIME ADVERTISED on shaded 100x27 lot. Will and built-in
this Tappan oven and range; with hood,
trade on one.
New Palm Springs model. One of fan and filter.
the best looking homes wave ever
tu:It. Four bedrooms. 2 fuU Colonial Homes
baths beautiful brick facade And you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality
excellent kitchen arrangement
$4.900.. No money down. VA construction too, including such items as Owens-

FHA only SSOO down. Price Includes Corning fiberglass insulation. Wolmanized
fully sodded front lawn. 4 bedroom, 2 both brick; front Colonial pres
gas lamp swim club member sure-treated lumber custom built-in cabinets,

ship.VILLAGE GREENBy homes now building. 15825. FHA $625 LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: and Wall-T ex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath.

HUGH EDWARDS INC. Down. Walk to Elementary and Junior high S Swimming Pool Recreation; Room Why not see for yourself? Our airconditionedmodel
20 N. E. 15th St.
For More Ufem.rien Acre ef Picnic Ground Central' HeatS

3747971JWK school. Ready by Sept. 3rd. These beautiful Cell Centre Air Cone Laundry Facilities home is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

Store go Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute Sunday from 1:30. .

homes may be seen on NW 38th St. southof TheJames I Pcveel Parkins Areas Lifhted Sidewalks
3 MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS : Drive North on Main, turn

372-8404 16th Ave. Other 3 bedroom, 2 bath Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd. and continue NE
NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address PHONE 376-4456 to 12th St. Turn

on this utterly charming brick front models from 13800. Of Gainesville. Inc. LEFT and follow
two bedroom house. All rooms FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT signs to model located on NE 31st Ave.
Builders of Ki9sberry
are spacious fireplace, panel
ling pleasant parch. Avell Home (24 Hour Service)
able soon. FHA commit Day Phone 2-9545 Night Phone -9048 SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY
ment. Shown by appointment KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
372-2527 2306 S.W. 13th ST.- U.S. HWY. 441
only. Exclusive

J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency 372-7401 Butler Bros. BUILDERS Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Phone 372-3471

SI N. Main FR 24404

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35 Houses for Sal.PEE 35 Houses for Safe 35 Houses for Salt 45 Furnished AD' 54 lusr"... Reitale "6 Mrs Tor Sale. -

"" 1 < Mie. For Salt 66 Misc. For Salt I.DOWLING'S 66 Misc. Fer Sole.
bedroom CB home. $300 38Whome, large living room THREE apartments available August FOR LEASE Bookcase S7.50. Doe top dsT! 110. I
I down takt over FHA. 3012 N. E.10th GLADYSSMITH with dining area. built-in kitchen 1st. Convenient to city and Modern air cond. suite ef attics GE refrigerator S7S. Wool twist I WE heve; several good name brand UPHOLSTERY TV antennas. S3 single sLack, 17
Drive. tile bath carport wooded college. Phone FR 2-1123 or 2- Downtown location near court weave rug and pad $30. t x 12. used TVs. $12 to $30 each. Will Chairs low as $$. No money double stack, $13.00 complete kit.
area. Call 374-4474. .. house and federal building. Ph. Antique Mahogany Wardrobe. sell an or singly. 105 NE 11th down low as $5 per month. Jim Voyles. 41* NW Sth Ave.

A GOOD BUY BY OWNER. 3 Br. CCB. 2 bath 3 ROOM furnished apt. for adults. 372-743 or 6-0117. I $30. liDS N.E. 9th St.R.C.A. ._ Ave. FR 2-5047. Free estimates pickup and delivery Now Specializing In Ladies' Better

fenced In back yard. near schools $55 per mo. Call 3764527. Imm Camera with all attachments. service. Ail work guaran Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes Ithrough
CHECK THESE STORE building. 20 X 30 ft. avaIlable Console TV set. blond teed.
Phone 374-7714.
YOU'RE MISSING! THE BOAT If shopping! low equity and assume FEMALE teacner would like to at 420 $. Main. $50 per cabinet. Very reasonable. Phone' This camera Is brand new. orig 54. $3 Each. ExceptionalValuer.
you don't call for an appointment mtg. FR 4-223 20C2 N. E. UthTer share furnished 2 BR house with mo. Call John Merrill Realtor. I Fit 40113.Window inal, cost $251 sell for $125. FR TAPPAN ClocK controlled 20-Inch DIXIE MILLS SUPER
to see this nearly new large 3 1562 N.W. 18th St. :3 brms. 3 baths same. Call 372-557.' FR 2-144. 2-2454. oven rotisserie burner with a DISCOUNTS. It S.W. 1st Ave
BR 2 Bath home with entrance fan S30; typewriter -Smith nue.
$25,000. financing. brain. $399 This week
NICELY furnished convenient SMALL warehouse Corona Galaxie. like $M NEW ant used chain saws lawnmowers Regular
with new.
foyer large LR. separate DR. 37 Real Estate Exchanged platform tor I ; only Free 30-gilton glass lined
downtown area. $75. Adults onlY. trucks leading d In lump seat Infant seat walker edgers. tampers light
Fla. room with panelled wall & 4040 Newberry Road. 3 brms 2 unloading. i ; water heater included. See Full- 5ELECT-0-MATIC SINGER
no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music city limits. 1132 S. Main St. sterilizer. 374-1025. plants, cable. Wisconsin Brlggs Like .
old brick fireplace.I Big family new Swing Needle Zlg Zag
S.W. 1st Ave.
baths. low price of $22,500. Will trade lot off Santa Fe with Phone & Stratton new and used gas 374-532. 12
3734433 374-4173.
Store. or motors. _
kitchen with built-in oven range. repossessed Singer. does fancy
lake privileges for good late model WE WANT TO buy late model used Rental sales and service.
dishwasher. CENTRAL HEAT & 2125 N.W. 3rd Place. 2 story. 4 used compact. Call 3763211.Ext. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 FOR RENT apprex. 2 acres behind refrigerators. Exceptionally High Meyers Power Tools. 23* NE MAHOGANY knee hole desk re- stitches sews on buttons makes
AIR CONDITIONING. PRICED brms. excellent location. $34.500. 5343 a to S weekdays. month. Phone 444-3441. Gainesville Shopping Center. $130per trade-ins now given. 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. upholstered sofa beds chests. buttonholes dams mends sews
FOR QUICK SALE. can be bought mo J. L. George FR 6-5505. WILSON'S EXCHANGE __ blond bedroom suite. dough box over pins.. etc. Pay balance of

with reasonable down pay m ent 1900 SW. 35th Avenue. Idyl w I Id. 39 Out of Town PropertyON EAST SIDE 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-447. BICYCLE built for two. $20. sewing cabinet oak glass door $52. or assume 10 payments ef
55.20. for
Phone 372-7413 ask
and assume existing financing. 3 brms. 2 baths. new FHA. $26- 56 Business Opportunities I Phone bookcase baby bed. other household
Call MYRTLE LASSITER. 376- 000. GARDENAPARTMENTS STEEL CLOTHES POLES for sale. 3728298. items Nearly-Nu Furniture Credit Mgr. United Sewing Can- I
OS17 or 372-7943. 7 301.turn 36 house.acres 1055'restaurant.front. WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY Installed In cement $15. 444-3454. TWO Kenmore washers. Ex- Shop. 314 N. W. Sth Ave. 374-4892. ter.YOU'LL .

7 SW. 26th Street. Corner lot 3 age very reasonable. For information STORE. Price to include complete CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew eel. cond. Ph. FR 6.5743. --- -
brms. 2 baths. $7.900..
REDFRANKSREALESTATE call Waldo 443-1673. inventory land and build and Used $40 BE HAPPY AFTER YOU
$5, per month upGainesville's ing. Be your own boss and make Danish Modern furniture almost
1246 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms. 2 baths.P INTERLACHEN comfortable 5 Finest a comfortable living. Near Galnes- Complete FULLER'S line of FOTO photo new. Couch. 2 arm chairs 2 glass

K. Yonge area $21.000. room dwelling where you can vide In excellent location. Terms 41t W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-C713 top end tables; coffee table din- COMPAREOUR
7 N.E. lit St. Ph. 376-0817 feel at ease nestled in 20 acresof Furnished or unfurnished can be arranged. Call us for full Ing table with leaf and 4-chairs;
West Hills. 2 story. 7 brms. 6 baths beautiful pine and oak trees Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart details. RCA stereo port., $45; Remington complete bedroom suite; desk
BUYERS DELIGHT large lot. $45.000. bordering 6CO ft. on clear sand ment. 30 NE 9th St. Phone 374- ALACHUA REALTYASSOCIATES electric typewriter $25; Phil c a and chair TV table air condi
bottom lake. If you wish privacy *4U console T.V., $30. $05 N.E. 11th tioner. Call 372-1130 between 1 and MODERN QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONBy
Ave. to 10 S.W. 23rd Drive. Corner lot. 3 love the outdoors. this Is Ave. Ph. FR 25047. 7 '.m..
GO WEST on NW. 39th ONE & TWO bedroom trailers Your
1-3 cash down.
it. $25.000 about 374-244 -
and find future home. brms. 2 baths. air conditioning water furnished. No PhoneFR bed. Innerspring mattress .
505 your TANNER-CARLIN COMPANYBox pets. __ USED double Nearly new aqua blue deluxe
Attractive 3 BR. 2 Bath CB home $35,000. 490 Paitaka 2-5433. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYFor box spring complete $29.95.C electric Kelvlnator range 30" Treated furred and plastered walls

with huge Florida room with fire Ill N.W. 36th Avenue. An estate of Tel 355-2081 FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE Gainesville dealer of most profitable drawer metal chest $12. oven All controls. $125. Room Complete ceramic tile baths
place. Cent. heat one A-C unit. a home and guest house. 32000. BEST franchise selling top quality COX WAREHOUSE size gas heater sie. FR 44417 between Twenty year specification built-up roofs
Built-in elec. kitchen. Double car- 40 Business PropertiesFOR Large well furnished air conditioned GENERAL TIRES etc. Contact 402 S. Main FR 2-4379 4 and 4 p.m. A. A. Bon- White Terrazzo Floors
port. Over 2000 sq. ft. living factory representative, Paul J. ner.
534 N.E. t'h Avenue. 3 brms. 2 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location
area Going for $21.950 16th Ave. to baths lovely Interior. good financing i- SALE Newberry Trailer Park. couple onlY. no pets $125 Snyder 1501 Ardln Way Jacksonville 15% DISCOUNTS WEEK.END Special at The Treasure I Spacious bedrooms and closets
GO WEST on N.W. $15.000. 41. $400 down. I per mo. Ph. 372-457. Beach. Phone code 305 CH Contemporary Design
3669 and a BRAND NEW :3 BR. one mile north on '-37"12 Special on all ceramic glazes and Chest Fairbanks. All furniture
2 bath CB home. Central air- $60 month. total $9.'00. Ora FORDYCE RENTALS greenware. July 29 August 4. reduced. Baby carriage S All masonry construction no upkeep
1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms. 1 Ball, Archer Fla. LANE BOWLING ALLEY E. $7. Beds complete
conditioned S. heated. Large family Call us for the rental need. On W. ELLA'S CERAMICS. 2145 SIS to $35. Large shady lots
i built-in 1 elec. bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120 you Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity Univ. Ave. FR e-5361. 1 breakfast set $20. 3 chest of For Beautiful those who love lux. 41 Residential IncomeFOR I FORDYCE REALTORS& ASSOCIATES, IN'I for th* right man to get In conditioner $75. drawers **. $10 and $20. 3 piece Wide paved streets with curb and gutter
is priced. Half 14 S.W. 32nd Street. 3 brms. 2 the bowling alley business with a it FORD polor air upholstered living room set In excellent
yet budget : t24 W. Univ. 376-1236
Good condition. Phone 454-153
excellent lOCation. $31.500. small amojnt of condition
baths Call $25.
lot. SALE Completely turnish- capital. FR Old-Tlmy
GO acre NORTH en NW. 34th Drive to ed 3 unit apt. house loceted Trailer for rent in Miconopy. 4-2441 or FR 4-230. Ask for Mr. TWO reversible window fans and buffet to redo $20. Rollaway 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths
527 and you'll find the buy of the Lake Winot. 3 brm. 2 bath home on front of lot 95' x 200 at 115 N. E. Phone 4663343. Haynes. Olympic 23" T.V.; FM-AM radio; beds wardrobes. rugs many I MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN.
bath. screened lake front. $23.500. St. Price $15,500 net. Can be other odds & ends. Open Friday
week. 3 BR. 1 stereo needs replacement of minor -
porch carport .. utility. Extra financed. F R 4-4454. WANTED permanent couple a r NEEDED component. Phone FR 2-7344. night 'tit '.
Lake Lak-a-wana. 2 brm. 1 bath. single to share 3 BR. 1
clean. Stove. ref. & dishwasher. person 25 diesel TRADE
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- truck tractors. not more your costly to operate
All for only $12.000 with termsto Sand bottom lake. $14.000. loining rental property. 200 ft. bath new modern home. Reason- than 2 yrs. old. to lease for pull- REPOSSESSED Singer. Zlg Zag and ELECTRIC water heater and WALTER STUBBS INC.
suit. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd able. 372501. ext. 210. Ing trailers In Central Florida. attachments sews forward and $4$ for a new glassllned GAS ,
GO LOOK .t these for only a FEW GLADYS SMITH, Ave. Will sell together or sepa. NICE efficiency apartment furnished. Permanent lease. pay weekly. reverse over pins & needles. water heater. Much more hot
hundred down. 2131 NW 55th rately. 314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- No children or pets. Nice Call Terminal Mgr. a.m. to s round bobbin. $4 per mo. Balance water at about half the cost with DIAL 376-5394
Terr. 3904 NW 21st Terr. 316 NE Realtor 4752. single Lady or. settled couple. 703 P. m. Mon. thru Fri. Winter Garden $34. Sewing Machine Service OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST"
44th St. 2402 NE 11th St. 720 N. E. 6th St.I Fl.. 454-2772 Co.. $15 W. Univ. Ph. 374-1075. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110.
1221 W. University Phone 372 5393
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Associates: Anna Hinson 42 Firms & Acreage bedroom. $75 per month. Efficiency -
Carolyn Noyes $45 per month. 3505 N. W. 61 Wanted to Buy
Virginia Powers 10 Acres with 2 BR 1 Bath house. 17th St. Call McKinney Green _
University ___ 7 ml. West $14,500. Realtors FR 2.3617. CASH for your user appliance, _._ --
furniture clothing etc. Call Wil I
Realty FordyceRealtor 14 Acres with 2 BR. 1 bath house 46 Unfurnished Aptt.. Items service Center Hawthorne WHEN
beautiful home sites. on pave Rd 372-3937. KIRKPATRICK

Ills N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 ment. Call us now. TWO bedroom duplex apartments. ......
W. M. Munroe. RealtorAlso MARY MOELLER. REALTOR ISO and SAO. Call FR 4-7444. 62 Machinery T.*.. AND

: S. E. McLaughlin 101* W. UNIVERSITY FR 4-4471
2 Bedroom. kitchen equipped 732
Frank Rob.,. Roy McCannT. COMMERCIAL Carrier Air condi-
C. Douglas. Jr. FIVE acres at Arrendonda. 6 ml. N.E. 3rd Ave. Utit. except gas tloner. 34,000 BTU with water coolIng PIERSON
from Gainesville livable house furnished. $100 Mo. Call Mc- tower 1st class condo $45. C I LI
JUST RIGHTfor good water 3 pecan trees. Rea Kinney Green Realtor FR 2-3617. Cnace fc Kitchens It S.E. lit "_' : .:10& : S4IflLa DESIGN
the executive. This '_ _-
M young sonable. Phone 466-3130 UNFURNISHED duplex apartment St. FR 64225 a o :
2 bath home with a I A HOME
4 bedroom.
7'/2 10 miles out. at 108 N.W. 1st Ave. Water fur. l=uut
tremendously large recreation room.A acres. 2\
nished. $45 per mo. Inquire Mike's 64 Household Goods
REDUCED very attractive kitchen set off $2000 cash Book Store. J THEY HAVE
4012 S. W. 19 St. 3 BR 2 Bath by Birch cabinets. Down payment S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. KENMORE AUTOMATIC. rl >
I. Washes
Fla. rm.. beautiful Ig lot. dbL can be arranged and also excellent 4722000 Newberry. Fla. 2 BR. liv. rm. din rm.. kit.. well. $30. If .
Immediate occupancy monthly terms. $26300. Call bath. 3505 NW. 17th St. $75 per Interested. call ...
carport. cent. ht. FR ---
Fordyce. 376-1236. FORDYCE ACREAGE mo. Call McKlnney-Green Real 2-5035. '21 N. W. 04th Ter-
call us. Allen
High and rolling acreage, good N.W. tors. FR J-3417. Hayes. YOU

LITTLEWOOOend OAK STRIP section. available for only a lim- SPACIOUS rooms unfumised lYe FOR SALE COldspot refrigerator.

Westwood area. :3 br. 2 bath floors are one of the many features Small ited time. tracts also listed. baths new paint. large yard. SUper freezer combination 2 door good
cent. ht. beautiful surroundings. like you will find in this attractive Over 30 acreage acres S.W. of Gainesville mo. on annual lease. 923 NE condition S75. Phone 372-7204. ,. ". .
new. drive past. 933 N. W. 34th 3 bedroom Florida home Park. located Paneling In beautiful high. dry and waiting 3rd Ave. 376-9992. WALNUT coffee table with formica '... !, I IN

Dr. friendly and Florida Available for the right party. Complete with 2 spacious B$. new kitchen. large top. perfect cond, $20. Call FR I
BACK TO SCHOOL fireplace -96M.
home. yard. unfurnished $85 per mo.
Near School. 3 BR. 1 bath. C B. under F.H.A for only $11.500. FORDYCE on annual lease 923 NE 3rd Ave., I..1Iut-
Close In. estb. lawn quiet St. SID. Call Fordyce 376-1236. 374-9992 FOR SALE S not water tanks 30
900 good terms. Call us. & ASSOCIATES. INC. geL with gas heater attached also 0 MINDA
EXTRA REALTORS 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete 0
47 Houses for Rent Furn.
MELROSE large living room and delightful '26 W. Univ. 376-1236 with gauges 2 crane shallow _
Owner will trade for Gainesville kitchen for this 3 bedroom home. well pumps. Inquire Lewis.
ONE bedroom house suitable for
FARM AND GROVE on 30 belU- Jewelry Co.KC.MORE .
Shady lot. patio and fireplace.
property this Ig. and charming tlful 12 miles from UnI- 1 person or couple only. $50 per
house beautiful surroundings and Terms can be arranged and the acres. mo. Hawthorne Rd. Phone FR Electric range used I
landscaped. 5 BR. 3 bath partly price lust reduced to only $11,900. equipment Home Included.fully furnished.325 cit 2-4742. 11I01'11S75 or best offer. Also floor plan Is not os attractive as a pretty

furn. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. rus trees. outbuildings. Buy this STUDENT rental 10 room turn electr'c$35. FR 26748.COLDIPOT refrigerator. excel. cond.. picture of one of our new homes but it's

A CIRCULARdrive move In and go to farming. house for rent. newly I 14 New ModelsColonial j just as !
INCOMEN. V single beds standing decorllted'i refrigerator automatic important I
W. Triple X. rented with estb. for this 3 bedroom. 2 bath For Information call or write required. 1400 N. W. 5th defrost. $75; 3 piece brown Kirkpatrick & Pierson knows *iat, and it's
Income. 3 apts. beautiful corner ho. a i o.e acre lot. FR 4441. town rubber sofa. Wi. Call FR
lot. good terms. Immediate posses- Pane'ed LR & DR. sliding glass 4-1824. reflected in their spacious efficient floor I
sion. doors in LR and master bedroom. Angle Real EstateC. I Modern and
Only $15.000. Call Fordyce. 376-1236. L. Angle. Broker 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested plans. They have you in mind .

I INVESTMENT O. J. Angle. Assoc. and Guaranteed In the plan above for instance notice how I
4 acres. plus on Archer Rd Zoning 4404 N. W. 13th St. 376-6927 2 BR. turn for two $70.CO. 42 Refrigerators from $3> vp
Industrial. suitable fer rental units. FordyceASSOCIATES. 2 BR. 1 bath Kit. Equip. N. W. : e Ranges from S3 up Contemporary the bedrooms are isolated from the area of :

43 Colored Property $ 000. 17 t Dryers Washers from from Sit S4t up up the house where the family spends most of its

MARY MOELLER INC. MARY MOELLER 2 Food-Freezers from St, up time and which is the noisiest. The trafficS

REALTOR Multiple Grace Fordyce.Listing Realtor Broker 2 & 3 HOMES Bedrooms.f-Oft SE SALt 14th St. f REALTOR 10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from from SAt$35 up up $13 400 to $18 200 pattern saves steps and time. And notice

I 101* W. University FR 4-4471 Associates: SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. how the design keeps through traffic out of
ASSOCIATES Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden ment. Some small down pay. 101t W. UNIVERSITY FR 4-4471 419 NW Sth Ave.Ph. 372-5303
men Monthly payment $57 to
the I
E. W. Moeiler! Foster Kesler O. C. Gay Dick Banks $45. Also homes built on your Small house. 1 large room kitchen. 10 cu. ft. Frigldalre $35 36 in. gas living room.
Dick Durbin Frances Hough Sarah Goulden lot for no down payment. tile' bath stove and refrig stove. S15. Both operating. 1731 S Nothing Down VA Spacious! well designed floor plans and attractive
I 4 Call TOMMY RIDGELL erator. 5 miles out Archer Rd. N. W 12th Rd. phone FR 4-5t4l.
, Builder Phone FR 2-4125 $30 month. FR 6-3327. BABY bed.. exteriors and landscaping are two _

NORTHEAST 3 bedroom 1 bath. suit. roll-away mattress bed. 7 bedroom pc. dinette ($100 Closing' Costs) ingredients, in the quality formula. Add over !

I 43.1 COLORED RENTALSFURN. screened perch patio. gar age. set couch. t ether Items 25 of home
building experience -
o convenient
COLORED Available August 15 on year desk t chair. 372551. years

room. kitchen priv. for lease. S135 month. FR ,"U9S.S MUST MOVE. Couch and chair. I location, city services, and an exclusive i
dependable working woman. Lincoln ROOM CCB house. 1130 SE 22nd small refrigerator. stove. Make us Payments as as swim club end you've got the I
Estates. 1039 SE 19th St.
Ave; $40 per mo. 4 Room frame a price See at t25 N. E. 20th
RENTALSBRAND Inspect evening 6 to t. house. 11M SE 21st Ave.; $42.50 Ave. FR 2-9527. reason why Highland Court Manor is Gaines J

NOW RENTING per mo. FR 2-4134. ONE Early American style Simmons $79. 34 vi lie's most preferred new address.See i

COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex TWO BR. 1 bath stone and concrete hide-a-bed $75; 1 foam rubber for yourself today. Visit our model home
NEW DUPLEXES apartments large living and house. Freshly painted Bahama bed $40; 1 early
dining area modern kitchen with walls Inlaid oak floors Ig. shady American lamp table $8. Phone tour in air conditioned comfort. It's open
fan large storage closets. terrazzo yard. No children or pets. FR 2-0627. If(
NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTIONS from 1 1:30 to 6 .
floors tile baths space heater 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 4-3035. CLEAN Kanmore automatic wash p.m.Highland

and hot water heater faclll 3 IS R. 1 bath home SW section. No er in good condition. Can be seen
ties for washing machines. and students. For appt. call 372-5433. et,32 N.E. 4tfr Avenue.
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th -
Ter. or call for appointment 377S321 CAN'T FIND A RENTAL? 66 Mist For Sal.
or 371-5322. Buy my low equity. 2 BR, all appliances HOW TO REACH MODEL HOME
included. $45 monthly
drive by. 3130 NW 10th St. Phone 1.' cubic Ft. Philco chest type
44 Cottages for Rent 374.143 freezer. $100. 101* N. W. 14th

Terrace. FR 2-5M2. Drive North on Main, Turn Right at N.E.
HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. :3 BR unfurn. house. For further Information
Private beach, dock. boat. $40 call 372-123. CLOSE OUT SALEON
weekly. Call FR 4-4943. TWO bedroom furnished house WALLPAPER. *l cents a Roll 23rd Blvd.' and continue to N.E. 12th St. & PIERSON
RENT modern furnished cottages plenty yard. Will make a good:
on Lake Santa Fa by week or nice home. 371 N.W. 13th St. $90 IB S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 Turn LEFT and follow signs to model located SALES OFFICE:

season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. per mo. Lease for 1 year. FR Used Youth bed. SI?. Used Burg-
THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on 6-2441 or FR 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. ; ancy velvet slipper chair $5. See on N.E. 31st Ave. NE 23RD BLVD. & 11TH TERR.
between 2 and 4. 132 N. W. 36th I.
Silver Lake near Keystone. $50
TO PARTY EXPECTING to be Terr. Phone 372-3471
week or by month. 374-2615. here 2 years. 3 BR, 1 bath home _ _ _ _
FOR RENT on Silver Lake. Furn. near schools. IllS per mo. Ca.l ADVERTISE IN THE
2 BR trailer with large well Insulated 372-1704. after 5 P.M. SERVICE DIRECTORY
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porch. Will rent for $45
FOUR bedroom. 2 bath; $95 per
2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan weekly or permanently for $45 mo. month. See at 105 S. E. 48th
No pets. Call Keystone Helchts
dining area Double compartment sinkVenetian Street.
Large living .
473-4854 or FR 6-6314 after ':00
S Masonery Construction Blinds P.M. SMALL house' with double garage.
Terrazzo Floors Tile window sill yard fenced couple or with small
Tiled tub and showers ,a Large lawn with grass and SMALL furnished cottage for rent child. 525 S. E. 4th Ave. Phone
Large double sliding door shrubbery suitable for working couple.Moore FR 2-4377 or 2-8620-
closets Insulated Attic Haven Park, 2330 E. Univ.
Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop Ave. 3764144. TWO bedroom, CI. kitchen equipped .
ventlan Hinds heater
45 Furnished large let. N. W. location. Convenient Ii
to schools. $7! a month. NOW!
appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322 Phone FR 4-3572 after 5:30 P.M. .
NEW duplex furnished apartment. .
Take northeast Ith ave. to northeast.26th terrace turn left 1 block. air cond., 1 bedroom. tile bath
electric kitchen lovely woodedarea. 49 Rooms For Rent .
372.1666. .
CLEAN comfortable large room.
private home for settled studentor

12th business Ter. FR man.4-5348 See or 202 FR N.4-2100.W. Medium and

SERVICESHome Higher priced
LARGE corner room. adloln I" g
private bath and entrance maid
and linens. 2 working girls or 2
business men. Can be seen at 114N N
.W. 2nd St.

And BusinessAppliance TWO men.rooms everything for rent.turn 2 use working of Homes at Choice

kitchen. $10 per wk. each. No
drunks. Near Post Office. Phone
FR 2-713.

LARGE room for men for rent
Appraisal Servict Plumbing single or double access to showers Northwest Locations
and refrigerator. Phone FR

FRED a. ARNOLD SEWER INSTALLEDNEW 2-1M1 or 372-11(5. 414 N.E. 2nd- .
REALTOR & used fixtures complete Ave.
SERVICE plumbing service "BIG" JIM ROOM FOR RENT to business or .
HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb.Upholstery .
121t W UNIV AVE PH. 372-3322 professional man adjacent to .
bath must be sober. 1325 NW

BulldozingSMALL _4th St. FR 2-0 4 .

CLEAN. close in. dally maid service -
bulldozer. loader. dump use of phone and refrigerator. -
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Topsoil UPHOLSTER your rurnitvre at Reasonable. 622 N.E. 2nd St. PALM VIEW ESTATES
Phone 3T2-7IM reasonable prices. Call Salty 3761421DESIRAISL
Experienced. FR 6-t88l. 4241N
W 13th Ter.Remodeling. single room adjacent .

Londsc3pingLANDSCAPE to bath. ,gentlerran use of telephone only. 1414 refrigerator NW : Air conditioned homes priced from 16,350 to 18,100.

SERVICE 12th Rd. 374-284.

Grass-Sod.Garden Main-Nursery ROOM for 2 boys $45 for single VA FHA conventional. Representative on duty at
stock of all! kinds.CREVASSE'S DO YOU NEED. (--lorKit $35. Good location. 105 NW 7th
NURSERY room more room. roof work
or maybe a complete new home Ter. Phone 372060. .
Landscape Co.
FR A-7S14 for frr estimate For a free estimate. & guaranteed LARGE room with private bath $ homes sites N.E. 39th Drive.Hugh .
work phone Carl C. entrance twin beds 4 refrlg. Also

Repair & Lawnmower Service Waters 3728019.EXPERIENCED. faculties room with 372-4847 dot. bed. & bathroom

Air Conditioning ,F L. Lawnmower hop for fut and Paint and repair |jobs CARPENTER performed by 51 MUc. left tala
dependable service 105 S. W. carpenter who loves his trade.
2nd Ave We sharpen knives scissors CALL FR 6-4907 -
A-l: HANDYMAN SHOP and repair small electric 37' House trailer for rent on large Gainesvilfe's .
First in air conditioning and Appliance motors. Sewing shady repairs. We sell OUlr.1tteed -
washers refrigerators etc. I
FR t-C247. SEwiNG alteration .. repair. Opal 51-A Wonted T. Rent
builder and developer offers of homes beautiful lots.
Limited number
Sun Want Ads Holder. 27M SE tttn Ave. Phone now high quality on
.f ADVERTISE IN THE '''''''76. WANTED to rent or. buy 3 BR.
DIRECTORY 2 bath house. Air cond., prefer
I, S Sewing Machine Repair family Small down""-.; payment In N.W., take Section.ever quality homes in the Northwest. We pass 17,100 to 19,275. VA, FHA, conventional.our .

Get Results
Auto Glass CALL-iEAING MACHINE SERVICE pey. FR 6-5212. Allen Deas. Rm.
CO. 115 W. University 3A. Manor MoteLUNFURNISH

AUTO GLASS is our only busi- Ave. 374-1075. Me repair all D 2 or. 3 bedroom quantity purchasing savings and mod-
ness. Immediate Installation Mufcx Went fully gu.r.M 4. house or duplex apartment with
tree pickup & delivery. Add shady yard as of Sept 1st. Call
beauty .. value to your car. Mortgage Broker TELEVISIONPICTURE 3T4-S31I
AAAULDIN'S AUTO CLASS CO. em construction techniques to you in the

,. -32J_, N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2558._ MORTGAGE MONEY TUBE Repair Special. $1per 53 Offkt-D Space FOREST RIDGEform

Inc* plus $11 to install most
5V4 per cent Interest. Terms to i
,Auto Equipment tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special
25 years. Reconditioned TVs from St5. PROFESSIONALBUILDING I of more home for Let us !
BUY BUILD REFINANCECan THE VARIETY STORE Gainesville's newest prestige community of luxury

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt J. 7 $.E. 1st Ave.
.exchanged Repair kits for Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 4 Technician's with M years ex- Office O lCt available reas .ubiI- in
homes. Prices and thirties lots available.
Walker Jacka. Factory; authorUed FHA and conventional at lowest perlence on all makes.T. downtowN 202 W. University Av*. show you our lots and plans. twenties ,
Walker Hydraulic .
Cal FA 4-1254 or see Room :82
current rates. Terms to 25 .
Service Agent HULLS BRAKE V. SERVICE Professional Building.
{ SERVICE SUPPLY 1J14 S. years. Will gladly dlscvsa at no PROMPT DEPENDABLEOpen
Main FR M4" obligation. Call tomorrow.J. t to 4-Closed Wed. at 1 P.M. OFFICE space for rent Including
W. KIRKPATRICK. Reahor KWIK FIXT.V. SERVICE central heating, air condItionIng
:31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-444 utilities and private parking
421'I_N. W._lofts Ph._372-3177 tot. 111 SW Third St.


.Sun Want Ads Ar.D CONVENTIONALLOANS WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleanedand SUBLEASEBuilding Tiugh T BUILDER-DEVELOPER I

r 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 waxed houses washed. 1 fl
yrs. experience. Free estimate at
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Phone FR 2-555.
t and conventional loans. Low 229 W. UNIV. AVE.

Get Results W.rates.Univ.Terms Ave. to 372-Sjn.25 veers. 1Z2 Sun Want Ads Next Dow Theotre.t* Florid FOR JNFORMATION TELEPHONE 376-7971

F. H. A. & ConY. Loans
-- REALTORS I Get Results

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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday August 2, 1964

-85 Automobiles for Sal. I --- -

I CLASSIFICATION i xll I 1963 VOLKSWAGEN sun roof, ra- 1

dio, heater, white walls. S1425 DURING THIS SALE ONLY
Iz High allowance on old car.. FR ;
6-4009. E. 0. M. I
11s MemorlmmI 1962 Corvair ccnvert.* radio heater, -
Card .! Thanks .1 Wanted U BIT I white walls, 4-speed std. shift.
$1595. Will take trade. FR 6-4009.
> Lost Fend Machinery Tool g I =
4 FertonalUed Services 63 Bttlldlng Materials 1963 Pontiac Bonneville 2-dr. HT;
I Travel Inform at .. 54 Household Good I!$ power brakes, steering; auto. Ij
6 Special Notices CS Antiques trans.; R & H; white walls; $2795. END OF THE MONTH j :
7 Florists 6. Misc. Far Sato II Take trade FR 6-4009.
I Baby Sitters. CMli Car <7 Trading Post
1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr. HT.
f PUee T. G* Aad 68 Article Wanted ,
B S auto. trans.
power power
Tinge T* SsoAUTOMOTIVE 69 F. i Oil Wood
radio, $2795.
90 heater Will take
Bata Marine Eqmlp.
trade. FR 6-4009. CLEARANCEB&G I
71 Camp Rant Flak o: Ii
72 Office Etatpmert 63 VOLKSWAGEN i 5ANDI
J. Airplane SaleaRenlaUn 49 DESOTO. better than i
M.bU. Homes far SlU a Musical Merchandise I overage, $75. Phone 372- Pearl white. Extra clean. N
?> Tracks for SaUM 8298. .1 $1495
Tracks WantedSo
Tractors Track Rental REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SACRIFICE 1958 Chevrolet con AT I
_2 Trailer ..e..tallIS E tible, clean car. Will sell f er'l 'S3 VOLKSWAGENRuby
Motorcycle Scooters U Lot for Sato best offer. Phone FR i-5542 red. Leaded
14 WaOrfronl C
(I ABtomobilo Repair
51 Aatonoblle for Sal U Rouses For Sal 1959 Chevy Impala' convertible V-8. $1595
Sf Swap CaraEDUCATINAL 36 Cottages For Sal auto. shift, power steering brakes MOTORS
S7 Real Estate Exchanged new engine, $1095. 485-2365 '
SS Real Estate Wanted Breaker 62 VOLKSWAGEN
2* Oat of Town Property Pearl white. Radio. WSW. Twoof
It Bekool lastraetlom i FOR SALE 57 Buick. 4 dr. hard
40 Easiness Properties these, both clean.
19 Mule. Da eilli. top radio heater $250. Call 376-
41 Residential
Income g 3825.
20 WaatedlaatneUoaEMPLOYMENT 42 Farms Acreage E $1395 '
43-1 Colored Property Sales 64 CHEVROLET. $2650 63 CADILLAC I
I cyl., auto trans., r & h, power '61 VOLKSWAGENBlack il I
11 Work Wanted Mao RENTALS I steering, tinted windshield Grad.
1C Work Wanted Fcmalo student being transferred over- with red interior. WSW. Sedan Deville. 6
It Sales Help Wanted 41 Colored Property Rentals I seas. 372-8056 after 5.30 er all $1095 factory air
II Belp-ftl.l. .r Female 44 Cottages tor Bell day weekends.
23,600 miles WindOWS'$4895 ,
U Malo Help Wanted 43 Famished c '
Apt 62 CHEVROLET Super Sports I
Dramaua 41 Unfurnished Apt gold exterior black Interior. Auto. 60 VOLKSWAGENRadio equipped, 100% I 5iI
11 Femalo Help Wanted 47 Rouses for Rent Tmn. E air cond. PS. PB, WW tires R extra clean car. 5% GMAC I I
48 Reuses for Rent Val..... & H. Call 3728034. II
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 41 Room for Beat : 1960 STUDEBAKER $995 I
LARK 4 dr.
:t Firm Equipment 50 Hotel Rooms 5 sed; good condition; 51.COO miles, N
27 Feed FertllUer 51 MI.,. Rentals51A == neat and clean; an ideal second '60 RAMBLERAn 61 CADILLAC i::
28 Livestock Supplies Wanted To Rent car. $475 cash. Ph. 376-5707. extra clean car.
It Landscaping Top Soil 33 Boarder Wanted E
50 Fet Supplies 53 Office Desk Space 5 FOR SALE 1957 Belair Chevrolet $595 Sedan Deville, 6 window,
51 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 54 Business Rental 5 $395; also 1950 Chevrolet pickup.
$175. Call FR 29738. 1935 N. W. : $
SERVICE 35th Ave. I '59 VOLVO SedanWSW. factory.air conditioning, 299 5

68 Easiness Opportunities 23: bpeelal Serrices ?:ff I GOING Overseas one owner. 1961, Radio boater. Blue. Ex- gray single exhaust. I
Rambler American station wagon
51 Money I* Loan 23 Home Improvement S tra clean.
24 Radio e R & H, auto trans., ww tires.
SS H.rle.eesLn TV Service
It Money Wanted 25 Appliance A Farnltar I $650 cash. FR 23297. $695
1962 STUDEBAKER Lark 2 door +
UlllllllJiIIIIII1IIWIIII ''lIIllnllfllllllmllllnl/llllflllfflllllllll1fllllllllll/ excellent.. condition. Call FR 6- '60 FORD FALCONWhite. '59 CADILLAC I

Good condition.
66 Misc. For Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 1963 Comet, 2-door, blue, 8 cylinder
standard shift. Radio heater. $1. $595 Sedan 4 window white and
DEMONSTRATOR one Argus elec- FOR RENT or sale 1962 New 495. FR 22223FAIRLANE ON ALL CARS
tromatic 572, zoom 35 mm side! Moon trailer 10 x 55, will take
proJector 1 year warranty. Rrq- smaller trailer for equity and 1964 6 cyl., excellent I light blue., electric windowsand $15 9 5
ular $139.'S priced at S97SO. take condition $150 down and take up
payments. Phone
up FR
I low payments Phone 3767222.
Ph. 3761258. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. 2-1313. Miller- seats.

HOFCO Hurricane Racing Kart, 12 wide is here 87 Automobiles Wonter II I

completely equipped. not used for FEDERAL QUALITY CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords 5% FINANCING AVAILABLE
2 yrs. Inquire Striet'i Bicycle HOMES INC. 4 Qievrolets. Al Herndon Service Brown 58 CADILLACI'
Shop. $70. 4820 NW 13th St. (441 North) Station, 916 SE 4th St.
OAK Board Room Table. 4 ft. by
12 ft. $50; U matching arm WYATT-
chairs So each. Phone 475-2611, GAINESVILLEAUTO '1F348 CARS $Sedan light tan, 66,000 Ii:

SECTIONAL couch and chair, odds Trailer Sales
and ends:, beds, chests. Upright 1007 N. Main St. miles good condition. I
piano. Fr 3-6477. Home of Phone FR 2.6313 --

ALL channel 115. window T.V. $12; complete baby Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream Homes Northcentral Florida's F2CLEARANCE ALL MODELS 6s & V-8s

bed $I; playpen. $7; walnut din- Travel Trailers Largest '62 OLDS
Ing table & matching chairs Ocaia's First Mobile Home Independent Dealer
$39; porch swirg $7; chrome Dealer Since 1948

dinette 110; t x set 12 $24 linoleum.; slant$4 top.JO, desk post' 1923 Silver Phone Springs 6291358Oi Blvd. "98" Holiday Sedan, factory I!

hole digger, antenna rotor & Ia. Fla. air conditioning, full$ i WE WILL BEAT

control portable(new typewriter.), S29; porto-crib Sit; Indian$15; NEW8.10G12'WIDES \ MELTON7MOTORS SAlt I power, white and light 2595 .

head pennies 4 for $1; hi chair., green.
S3; 5 drawer chest. $10; collection I
of books on Florida. Used alsoCAMPERS
furniture books and househ o I d I I ..
rummage. Bargains galore! : i I!
Brants 513 N. W. tin Ave. 1964Demonstrators 60 OLDS II ANY DEALSEE
TWO horse tandem horse trailer, We need 25 trade-Ins this month I FR 6-7571 N I

saddle compart-
electric brakes Call us for "
the best
deals. 98"
Holiday Sedan fac-
ment, rubber mats on floors.
Price $500. 372-2547. BUTTS tory air conditioning full $
175 LIGUSTRUM HEDGE PLANTS. INC. power, white and tur- 1595
2 Call ft.FR tall.68308HENDERSON'S 50. cents per plant. Used Cars 64 BUICKSpecial quoise. OUR 5 COURTEOUS SALESMEN ::
NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street radio, heater, automatic
MILL STORE US parking all around our corner. B&G MOTOR CO. transmission white wall
Hwy. 19. Crystal River. Fla. Tons Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each tires, deluxe wheel discs tint.. HOYT HAYMANS ELMER MILLER :::
of Towels. Miles of Fabrics Hun- week
dreds Beach of Towels.Ruqs' Headquarters for day. 2001 Cadillac NW- Oldsmobile 13th St. ed up glass to 2 speed wipers, save '58 OLDS P. G. HOLDER CECIL SIMMONS :

1964 10 x 57' Great Lakes Mobile '
CLEAN your rugs & upholstery Home (Van $500 HOWARD HURDGIANT Albert Plant, Sales Mgr.
Dyke series) 2 BR. ----------- I
with am zrvi Lustre Foam. Use separate dining ,
reom double tip
our apnlicator free. Call Home out, $250 for equity & assume FOR THE CORRECT "88" Sedan, air condition; $
Beautiful Furniture 1703 N. MainSt. payments. Call 3766835.

1955 NEW MOON 41 x 8, single TIME j '64 LESABRE 695 I
23' ZENITH Console T.V., goodcondition BR. Good condition ins power steering.
$50 Phone FR 6.2992. throughout. FR 2-1411 4 door hardtop, automatic .
Repainted 1963. Inclues AC unit, 33' ,
I bought a Silvertone. al aluminum walkin patio store cover room., 5x7 si700 met-or Courtesy Of transmission power brakes power radio steering heater 5% USED CAR

white walls, tinted glass, save .
70 Boats Mirin reasonable offer. Phone 3768946.IT'S '
Equip. University Chevrolet up to 63 BUICKLe

17 FIBERGLASS Lake N Sea" FOOLISHto N. Main St. at 16th Ave. $700
runabout with 35 hp Johnson pay more. RECKLESS to
elec. starting motor, trailer. Excellent pay less. GET THE REAL Sabre station SALE
condo Bargain. 376-3172 after FACTS. Payments as low as
J t>r weekends $57.29 per month with S300 down. BARKLEYMOTORS factory air wagon'$3295

12' Plywood fishing boats. Mobile' Homes Sales 2 door, hardtop, yellow with cellent.
S4950 Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. black interior, loaded with all

Lowest prices, easiest terms largo the Buick extras. List price I
THE TACKLE BOX est display In central Florida. over $5900 save up to +
We trade for anything. Free delivery '
"The Heart Of East Gainesville" up to 100 miles. THE NAME" $1000Double 62 MONZA

Check with Charlie fRAILER MART 2201 N. Main St. N 2 dear stand-
/C 1 heaer.!
FR 21791. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to < FR 2-4373 Coupe black and yellow, CHEVROLET $75 $4
East Palalka Phone 328.1059 Dl ard transmission .

16' LARSON fiberglass boat with 1962 50 10 Checked bucket 4 floor
x PACEMAKER, 2 bedroom seats. speed
trailer. $450 Phone FR 20235. air $15 95 4 door radio, heat-
condo See at Hickory '
3911 N. W. 7th St. Hill Trailer Park. 2720 SW Arch. Used CarSpecials shift, low mileage. 53 CHEVROLET automatic trans 190 i 1 10
FOR SALE 17all fiberglass' '61 er Rd.. Lot 18 Ph. 376-1475. PAINT N er,

Borum boat. 35 hp Evlnrude mo mission. . . . . . . . .
tor. Heavy. duty trailer. S495. Call 83 Motorcycies & Scooters

Industro boat with lots of ex. T Triumph Bonneville. 1959. Perfect JOB 61 FALCON '56 nJCUDAI CT StfltionLnCVIULCI wagon' 2. 22"'
eras elec. start 30 h.p. Johnson, condition. Must sell. $450. Phone 60 BUICK door, automatic 470
Champ tilt trailer & elec. FR26484.
Ing motor Included. SiSO. Phone troll- 4 door, hardtop, radio, I heater, Station Wagon white radio transmission, heater. . . . . .
63 Blue HONDA, brakes,
S18'81 mo S250 + power steering power
I $3995I
balance., Over ICO MPG. Call 1 1 owner new car trade in
Cimrrel' runabout and trailer 376-4524. Buckley. I heater, standard trans- $119 5 4 door, hooter

35 and hp. all elec.accessories.start Evlnrude$400. FR Top 6- FOR bike SALE, 150-200 model m.'cs 50!Honda For motor oal. At I a $1295 miSSion.. 57 STUDEBAKER standard irons260; 1 13 '

543FOR 1963. Excellent: 1dion. $145.1 I i mission.'CT . . . . . . . .
SALE 15*" Crosby boat with Ph. Rackley 37?-8325 HAWESPOWERSBODY I I I
1963 75 hp Evlnrude. For information I '60 BUICK '
call 372-OSS5. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR SHOP 2 door heater stand640 32
4 dor sedan, power steering, 62 CROWN IMPERIAL CHEVROLET :
611 S.W. 3rd St. power brakes radio, heater, J/ ard transmission. .
73 Musical MerchandiseFor Special CONDITIONING$250 Ton up FR 2-0538 air conditioned. I
for performance
Sale. Piano. Upright. $J5. Good test. All makes and models.of Hardtop, sedan, factory t 300 15 :
for beginner. Phone FR 2-1197. Powers Chrysler Motor built Hawes-Condi ---- ----- $1395 air conditioning white'3395 y58 RAMBLER hooter. ::r: :. . .

USED upright piano $150. tionmg Servicing Center. 204 N. FULL SIZE
FR 26477. Main St.. Phone FR 22561. leather '
58 KARMAN GHIA 810 40
62 MERCURYStation
Used drum set for sale. I like I SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive 1964 . :. .
new. $225. Phone 4952288.REPOSSESSED repairs and tune-up. wagon air conditioned -

ORGAN Miller p"372& -"Sons 15., 732 NW 1st St. FORD brakes, power, electric steering windows, power and '64 PONTIAC 4. door automatic transmis- 470 23
Baldwin Spinet 159 FORD
cabinet. Also organ used with B.3 Ham-tone 85 Automobiles for Sale seat, radio heater, solid white sion, radio heater. . .
matching black and white
mend 2-41 note manuals 25 note
pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A CADILLAC 1955 red convertible, "FASTBACK"2dr. interior. Catalina 2 door sedan. ra- American station

Co.F R re.1 25353.Gainesville l bargain. Shopping Gridley Music Center. I See fully at powered Tenneco. with corner top. $300.of Hardtop: S2095 I dio, heater, less, standard than transmission 9000- H 2595 '59 RAMBLER on radio, he ter. wag570 28

S. Main_& :h Ave. V-8 Enine

TRUCK BJV: now LCAD for this OF USFD fill Many PIANOS to FORD '62 Convertible XL 500 power- ; j V.'SW TIRES j miles still under factory radio, 670 34

c>cote. fro-vi. Instant credit.Ga brLj ar coed end; $2100.eering.Will rule trade.tran FR. Large Wheel Covers '57 FORD warranty. 60 FALCON ::T c.k.u.p. .
nssvilie! Music Cen'er
640C9 2 door sedan, radio, heater.
Freshare? Heater
3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. I t

WILL transfer to responsible party RAMBLER Classic Six Station 9 Wagon. 1962, I ONLY !h $295 I 59 MERCURYSedan 60 RAMBLER wagon, radio: 890 45
choice pianos. of Pick tour up spinet payments or of console Wur- doors, R& H and air.passenger Tan. Price 2473 I i heater. . .

$1750 Private owner Williston I I
litzer Spinet Piano trade back.
save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with 528-6101. I Delivered in Gainesville I automatic; transmission $ station wagon automatic 890 45
sound. & motion, pick up payments 1961 TEMPEST, 4 dr.. straight and i MELTON 595 161 FALCON transmission, radio, heater.
we have a piano to fit stick good tires, excellent running I
any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. condo Private owner. 530 I $53.96 PER MO. very good buy.
702 W. Univ. Ave 3760031. NW 57th St. Ph. 376-0229. a 2 door.
WITH V DOWN 760 38
MUSIC professor will sell excel 1960 SUNBEAM Alpine, white wal e . .
lent (
practice piano an Estey u otires, wire wheels. excellent condi- -
right, for $183. Phone 3764821Automotive tion. Phone 376-7824. MUSTANGSReady 'I MOTORS 1 '61 RAMBLERStation I'

MUST SELL 1961 4 door Corvair 61 RAMBLER 870 43
by August 12th. Good condition I for immediate 4 door sedan heater. ;
$678 cash ($75 below who'esalel I

or can finance. Phone 372-9677. I Delivery 703 Wagon, 6 cyl, with E 4 door, hardtop, automatic 74.

1961 Volkswagen sunroof: radio i II I $1 095 62 FORD 1480
77 Mobil. Homes for Sal I. & back speaker luggage! rck. N. transmission radio, heater. :
white wall tires side mirror. $350 I I SHAW & KEETER I Ij MAIN standard transmission.
take d
1954 SCHOLT x 37. :2 BR. 1 with payments of fog menfi. 2 door, hardtop, airconditioned
bunk S1500 Call Mr. Foster Mon. See at 3C20 NE 14th Dr. or call 163 FORD
238 W. d I 2465 123
Fri. ':CO 5:00. FR 23415. 376-9723. University FR 6-7571 . . . .
TRAVEL TRAILER 1957 Chevrolet Belair Hardtop. V-8.1 j FR 6-5371 I '63 VOLKSWAGENDouble

Manufacturer Radio and Mater $595. GR __ u_ ___ ___ I 63 PAMPI CD 4 door. automatic : =

Lit by Beavers the IOC's.and Free Big brochure Beavers:built PO cab pickup truck. lHlllpLCItransmission, radio :

Box 248. Fitzgerald. Ga. 6 passenger cab plus :: heater, air conditioned, power steering. . 2340 117 :
DREAM HOME equipped with automatic bed. will carry three ,
washer and air condition- pound steers.. excellent $1695 'M 2 door automatictransmission =
a Call 3421, or if no answer I II CHEVROLET
2441. Cedar Key. for person needing this OO radio
usual body design. I 1790 89 =

42 very x I,good 2 bedroom condition.Elcar$300 trailer.down. heater . . . . . . . -

can finance balance of 51200-
Phone 372-4298. 4 door floor shift,
1963 VAN DYKE. 53 x 10 ft. with E RAMBLER bucket seats radio '
custom furnishings, air conditionIng I f r E1tiiB R 2035 7" 102 M
and other extras. Lot IS, N .. _
Beta Avenue Archer Road Trailer !; \
Village I *
For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn. I I' '
trailer I enclosed cabana. Excellent MR. BARGAIN HUNTER + ,
condition. FR 2.9181. *.* j'O

'62 50 x 10 Greatlakes mobile

home. $500 for equity and taka HOME OF 5 % PROFIT 5% FINANCING
over low monthly payments. Call SPECIALS .
376-M72 after 5:30. SUNDAY '
1141 CORVAIR Monza. t door
S x 30' WESTWOOD trailer with I A Real Buy for Mr. Farmer
x 20 enclosed cabana 2 BR. A-c. sedan. 4-speed. Floor shift. 1KI BUICK Special 2 doer 154 GMC H ten. 1-speed transmission
S mki from campus lot 14. Glen- Solid black. White. wall.. tires, "ardto .. radio heater. Clean. oversize heavy duty I "
wood Trailer Park. Phone 372-1440. radio nearer SIMS tires. Radio. heater. Also
UU FORD Sunliner ertb1e.; Runs and drives like 12
cOfl new. S45
SPECIAL Power steering radio, heater, )t$7 BUICK 4-door sedan. RioBvy tandem of trailer.the year.lit Class Don't shape.miss RIDGWAYMOTOR
104 x 20T Let for mobile home. crvisomatic trans. Beautiful this MOTOR COa
$1500. I Milt S. oft Payne powder blue with white top. AIthroughout. din heater. A good solidear. su i
Prairie. For appointment callF Several Pick YI trucks from

R 6-3C52. days only.....Personal....... car.SIMS!- .. ?........ .... $441 Slot up.. Ne reasenarte offer refused 1
ope Sunday 1 ta
4 P '
1964 2 BR trader' 10 x SO $100
& take up payments. 1621 SE 4th I I 'teal CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE
Ave. after 5 P.M. SPECIAL ;

CONNOLLYMobile t I I lfS4 Good WILLYS top and JEEPSTER.good rubber.Mechanically .sound. $275 1'I I'I' 2001 N.W. 13th ST. CO. s

Hem Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 '
bedroom mobile homes. Many 'I I .r

floor plans.. 7 year financing. RAULERSON MOTORS. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
Drive out too/ 3 miles South I FR 6-7515 r

J76-c* Gi'iesvilie:71 on U. &. 441 pn. 1611 HAWTHORNE RD. 372-5255 I I I

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Volume is an honest description of Size and Savings!

Don't Wait- es Will Never Be Lower! r a"Gainesville Auto Sales is the largest Independent Automo

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I NEW CAR BUYS I I USED CAR BUYS I YOU jt-. 1biIo,; has the best Service Facilities the largest sales

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2 door hardtop radio heater fordomatic like new
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2 door radio heater standard transmission, solid

white. $AVE SAVE TO UP $600R.

2 door, hardtop radio fordomatic. solid blue. YOU'RE

$1645 '57 FORDCustlet '60 DODGE

$299 4dr a cri .gins rsdisi $666 4Ir Sedan.V S anllna standard
1958 FORD .
h.stsr whit. want tll'H. trsnsmissi.n h..t.
4 door sedan V8, radio heater power steering
fordomatic blue and white.

$299 $85 5
Fairlsna Hr. V{ engine cute.metic ,
1959 ENGLISH FORD t,..... a i H. Sedan radla end Mater.
Anglia radio heater good transportation.

$275 'S4 CHEVIsir '61 PLYMOUTH

$29 $117 44.SSVM r.. VI snelse. a..
4-dr. .uemstk tr'ftl ,
1957 FORD 'If'/IIIIC' "1"'" PI.PL.radii and
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4 door VS. fordomatic. radio heater light tan.

RATE 6% 1955 CHEVROLET $5'44 m. C.nv.rtllle, h..t.r and 4 $598 F'i"'ft trl"l Ler.,Near V.1' enema It.IIII., eutc.tnatlc ,..
2 door. V8. power glide solid black sped trlftlmllll.L die end 1I"'er.

NEW & USED CARS 1954 DODGE $375 .: ;,, ed.maic. PS, PI.a $375 44r.aeeen,.tyf..........4 spa.4trans.
9 passenger station wagon. VS. heater automatic a. N. aM whMe WIUI. hwter end wille WoIIlo
transmission extra clean.
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Convertible radio heater yellow with black top. radii and IIlIt" heater. and whIte w.11I.


4 door station wagon automatic transmission hcattr.
solid red.
1960 CHEVROLET ( ,
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9 passenger station wagon VS.standard transmission.

1961 ECONOLINEpickup
.A."Friendly Bob" Leon "LL"Stanley W. A. "Uttl. Billy' Key "Srockcor"
heater red.
Adams Tutu Wood$2998E
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r:cane., automatic. trans. 1376 Det.... ....
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I TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON TRUCKS I .....ceMitlMiM..,'.seats" ft f*. roele wtneews and ;.retfie Mod hotter

L AS r 195 Automobile t 1287 'swine 62 VOLKSWAGEN,s sdea,h.a.,white warts $2455 .'63 Son.FORDCountry t pMtAOtw* Vanenslne.
.. crvsemitlc ft.radii and
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,.. 4-tfr, aardt* tdry
n $745 till rMie. Master white wails $3 3 5 9Im'csadltialn.. ,ta anpia... .able.
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1393 .snw 4 speaC male *- $1890 > sedan 4 eyi. wlaas.ord Mwr
ar at ""wit ..... trtws. bestir sod sfyMies. 410 .

SHAW Phone FR 6-5371 Center $478 Special',57 44r.BUICK owtemetic, pewersteering. 495 '55,FORDHTen .
pewer ferkkes ,..... P-kkvp V-4 *f In stsMreesmlMlee
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238 W. University Avenue I

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Kenmore Washer Kenmore WasherReg. Reduced 21.95'. Gas Raiigettes Portable DishwasherReg.


Save Reg. 21.95 169.95 $148 12-lb.. 189.95 Cap. $168 Reg. 109.95Has $88 Reg. 109.95The $88 199.95Convenient $168

Simple one-dial setting! combines timer and water So simple to operate Just set two dials and normal heat cycle plus "Air" for fluffing! perfect range for small kitchens greatin push-button control gives you choiceof
temperature control for safe washing! of any forget it! Select "just right" water temperaturefor clothes and pillows. Built-in lint filter is easy to apartments, cottages: Big oven has thermostat, heavy or normal washing cycles. 2 washes,
2 oven racks. Handy smokeless broiler. Porce-
fabric. Features include rugged 6-vone agitator, any fabric. Has lint filter, porcelained tub, clean. Handy Load-A-Door acts as clothes shelf. lained enameled finish makes cleaning fast and 4 power rinses and perfect drying assure sparkling -
safety lid switch, rust-resistant acrylic finish. safety lid switch, acrylic finish. White acrylic-enameled finish. easy. dishes. No installation required.


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Upright FreezersRegular THIN-WALL FreezersRegular

Regular 289.55 Regular 219.95 229.95 0 209.95
108-Ib. True freezer $2 68 101-lb. True freezer $198 535 lb. food capacity: $2-1 0 15 cu. ft. stores 525 Ibs. $178

Carefree refrigerator defrosts by itself-auto- Frostless throughout- no defrosting ever be- Deluxe-style features, yet budget priced. Four \\5% more storage space inside with no increase
matically. Porcelain 25.2-qt. crisper keeps cause frost can't form. Spacemaster shelvinguses open-grille shelves allow zero air to circulate in cabinet size because walls are filled
all the space in,any of thousands. com- throughout. Flush door hinges, magnetic gas- with new, thin, super-dense Spintex insula-
vegetables market fresh. Deep "bookshelf"door binations. You adjust cold control-air control ket, lock. Gleaming white porcelained in- tion. Porcelained (not painted) interior won't
shelves. Easily adjustable cold control. in freezer. terior. scratch, rust, rub off.

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Up Front 4-in. Speaker Rich, room-filling sound Compact! Controls Included $88

Terrific low priced set for den, children's room Silvertone 4-speaker stereo with 4-speed rec- Kenmore cannister type vacuum cleaner has Featuring built-in dial buttonholer and built-
or' Hice. Big '19-in. overall diagonal screen, ..ord changer that Intermixes records, stops attachment and in
7-piece set. Easy to carry sewing light. Sews many decorative designsand
174-sq. in. vi-ewing area. .Up-front controls after last record. Separate balance, bass-
for. easier tuning. Attractive green metal treble, loudness controls. Mahogany finished store. Rolls around on non-mar casters. King patterns. Beautiful walnut veneer con- I
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