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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Anti-Poverty Bill Sails Through HouseWASHINGTON

(AP) Presi- Unexpectedly strong support passionate commitment kept in many lands to find a system nedy administration.The may prove troublesome In getting Florida Vote i
dent Johnson's prize legislative from Southern- Democrats and faith with the morality of our which would relieve them from bill, which now goes backto the Senate to accept the

package the $947.5-million an- Republicans helped account for society. the oppression of poverty. the Senate, seeks to mobilize House version without further WASHINGTON (AP) -Florida -

tipoverty bill sailed throughthe Johnson's solid triumph. The Noting th e measure drew Johnson, who played a leading federal, state and local resources delaying its final passage. members of the House votedas

House on Saturday by a 226- Southerners provided nearly 60 some Republican support, he al- role in lining up votes, had into an attack on the One would give governors the follows on the antipovertybill
184 roll-call vote. votes and the GOP chipped in so said: "I congratulate the causes of poverty, in which an right to reject federal grants to : Democrats for Fascell,
The 42-vote victory margin 22. Forty Democrats voted with members of both parties in Con- made it clear he regards the bill estimated nine million American all community groups seekingto F u qua, Matthews, Pepper;

widely exceeded the predictionsof 144 Republicans against the bill. gress who have supported this as the most important legisla- families are mired. mount a local campaign Democrats against Bennett,

House leaders, who had The President, spending the historic measure. tion he has sent to Congress against poverty. The Senate had Haley, Herlong, Rogers; Republicans
worked for weeks to line up weekend on his ranch near John- "The struggle in this century since he became president. All The Senate has passed an almost restricted the governors' veto against-Cramer, Gurn-

votes and looked for a ID-vote son City, Tex., told a news con- between freedom and tyrannyhas other major bills enacted this identical l measure, but two power to grants to private agen- ey. Recorded against but not J

edge. ference, "We have by this com- been a struggle among men year were product of the Ken- changes made by the House cies. voting was Democrat Sikes.

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NATIONS, N.Y. Orhan Eralp, the Turkish del ships should have arrived "but :
A ,.p ,ye0 qe { (AP) Cyprus Ambassador egate, -declared that "every we haven't heard anything
Zenon Rossides told the U.N. time the Cypriot ambassador about it." Cyprus (AP) A
r tense and bloodied
a.: Security Council Saturday night dreams up a movement of shipsI At the outset of the meeting, Cyprus awa-
Turkish warships were on their have to deny it or let it under- Rossides requested the floor to ited a new attack by Turkey on
Sunday. A high Turkish
way to Cyprus and an invasionwas stood to be a fact. I can't go transmit "serious information"to govern-
l ment source warned of renewed
imminent. He appealed fora along with that." the delegates.
strafing unless Greek Cypriots
!c, resolution that would halt the Rossides and Eralp clashed "According to a telephone moved back from positions

invasion and bombing of Cyprusby repeatedly at an emergency message received a few moments threatening Turkish
tr i Turkish planes. session of the council called to ago, six warships from communities.

n.._n_ n_-..,h" _' ../ -" French Ambassador Roger consider the deepening crisis Turkey are heading for Cyprusfor Cyprus U.N. Ambassador
Seydoux declared the council marked by Turkish air strikes the purpose of invading, and
Members of ,the 3396th Reception Station their final check Zenon Rossides told the U.N.
gave equipment a
should have the president against Greek Cypriot positionson they have been followed by another
yesterday before loading up for their trip to Ft. Jackson, S. C. and two weeks active Security Council in New York a
for hostile island. 26 warshipsand
of the warships -
a suspension
Army duty. From left are SFC Brince Tillis, acting First Sgt.; Sp-4 Larry Donahue, actions. Rossides said the Turkish fleet troopships for the pur- Turkish fleet was on its way to
medical technician; Maj. Julian Myers, executive officer; and Sgt. Eugene Poole,, and "within Cyprus and that a Turkish inva-
Government sources in Wash- was on its way to Cyprus and pose of aggression" sion of the island
medical section chief. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) was imminent.
ington said they had been advised that the island would be invaded one hour they" will be landed on Other reports told of Greek naval -
in Ankara that the reportof "within one hour." the island, Rossides said. units
headed for the embat-
Turkish warships being on At a late hour Eralp referredto Rossides added: "In these cir- tled island.

Reservists Off to Camp their way to Cyprus was "just the earlier statement and cumstances I thought fit to let The high Turkish governmentsource I

not true." added he assumed the Turkish (See UN on Page 2A) said in Ankara that

Turkish warships would "hit .
While most of Gainesville Maj. Julian M. Myers, execu- turn to Gainesville on Saturday back strongly" should Greek

slept, the 3396th Reception Station tive officer; Maj. William Stech- evening, August 23, they'll havean Military ships try to interfere with Turk
hit the road at 6:30: this miller adjutant and 1st Lt. J. Army payday and an esti- Kennedys'Grandmother ish military action.

morning for Ft. Jackson, S. C., Rex Eaton, chaplain and public mated $25,000 will be bulging Thirty Turkish air force jets

where the local Army reserves information officer.A from the pockets of their fa Satellite made day-long strafing and

will spend the next two weekson unique feature of the 3396this tigues. DiesOn rocket attacks on Greek Cypriot
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active duty.Lt. its medical section, a per- d towns, battle positions and shipping .
Col. Roby D. Yonge and manent attachment to the outfit J System Due in the northwest portion of

his command of 19 officers and noted for the special qualifica- s s, qsP. the island Saturday.
BOSTON (AP) Mrs. JohnF. election day in 1960 she
138 enlisted men are expectedto tions of its staff. JOHNSON CITY Tex. (AP) Fitzgerald, grandmother of was recovering from illness but The Cyprus government an-

arrive at the Army camp Lt. Col. Henry W. Deurloo, President Johnson announced the late President John F. Ken- followed the results on TV. She nounced that 24 Greek Cypriotswere

near Columbia, S.C. at 4:30 this the chief medical officer, is a Saturday the Air Force will proceed nedy, died Saturday at the age said then of the newly-elected killed and 200 wounded. It

afternoon. The main contingentof physician at the University of immediately with a program of 98. President: "I did all I could for claimed one Turkish plane was

the unit is traveling by com- Florida Infirmary. Chief nurseis Y w F to orbit 24 satellites for a him with prayer; he'll be a won- shot down by antiaircraft fire
mercial bus. Others are going Maj. Margery Aird, who is worldwide satellite communica- She died at the home of her derful president because he is a and its pilot captured.

by private transportation.The on the medical staff at Sunland. 5, tions system. son, Thomas, with whom she wonderful man." President Archbishop Makar-

unit has the responsibility NCO-in-Charge is Sgt. Eugene n A k This system will provide reli- made her home in recent years. President Kennedy visited his los vowed a fight "till death" as

of processing new men en- Poole, a member of the surgi- 6 k .. able, worldwide circuits, highly Mrs. Fitzgerald never was grandmother in 1962 when he the United Nations Security
assassination of her
told of the
tering the Army for active cal specialist unit at the Uni- resistant to jamming and physical came to Boston to vote. Council met in New York to
a, President grandson, but her son
duty. versity of Florida Hospital. attack, for carrying essential In mid-summer of 1963 she seek a way out of the mush-
Thomas said "I had hunch
Other staff officers Include Before the citizen soldiers military communications in a
re- ,wpY' for rooming threat of a Turkish-
A E happily posed news photog-
g times of crisis the Presidenttold she knew but we never
Greek war.
raphers amid a family
talked about it. group
0- a news conference.In that included 10 of her 39 In Washington, U.S. officials
The end came at 8:10 a.m. At
Nikita Gets Washington, the Pentagonsaid termed the situation
grandchildren.On "highly
Tough z first of the the bedside were her son and
launching "
her 97th birthday Oct. precarious. They said Greek
I communication satel- his wife, two nurses, and a
military 31, 1962-she attended Mass at Cypriots should pull out of the
who her the
parish priest
lite is scheduled for early April gave
Over Viet NamMOSCOW YATES last rites of the Roman Catholic the home of her son, ThomasA. strategic Turkish villages they

1966.Eight satellites will be Church. Fitzgerald. Her nephew, the seized in the last few days. They
Rev. John F. Fitzgerald, cele- added that they look to Greek
She had been in her usual
(AP) Premier unleash a war on the Socialist HeadsGift UCF launched by a single Titan III health brated the Mass, and the President's Premier George Papandreou to
the in-
Khrushchev interjected a hard countries, the peoples of the Soviet booster, put into nearequatorialorbits suffering only mother Mrs. Joseph P. take a position of responsible
line into heretofore restrained Union will out their at high altitude. The re- firmities of age, until Friday
carry Kennedy, visited her. leadership in the dangerous sit
when she suffered setback.
Soviet reaction to the Viet Nam sacred duty and will be able to DivisionChester mainder of the satellites will be a The former Josephine Mary uation.
The widow of onetime Bos-
crisis Saturday. He warned that stand up for their country and launched later by two a Hannon, she was born in Acton, The bulk of the U.s. 6th Fleet
ton she watched the in-
the Soviet Union would defend for other Socialist states." R. Yates, veteran boosters.The mayor, Mass. She was married there in Is in the western Mediterranean -
official esti- auguration and other major
other Communist countries in Khrushchev's remarks Gainesville insurance man and 1889 to the man who later was several hundred miles
were mates the cost of this interim ants in the career of Presint -
the event of war. the first mention here since the community leader, has been system at about $20 million, although Kennedy on television. (See KENNEDY on Page 2A) from Cyprus, and officials at

His remarks on the Viet Nam American retaliatory air raid named chairman of the Advance there is speculation that "..-..-- the Pentagon in Washingtonsaid
conflict came as Western leaders Tuesday of any Soviet commit- Gifts Division of the the eventual cost may be sever- r n / they knew of no orders for

began to voice cautious hope ment to defend other Commu- United Fund campaign.JF al times that amount. any movement of the fleet.

that the crisis had blown over. nist countries in the event of General Chairman Keith Secretary of Defense RobertS. A Nicosia government source
war. He described the air at- announced said the United States had
In a speech at Ordzhonokidze Austin announced the appoint- McNamara<: July
published in the government tack and naval encounters be- ment of Yates, whose duties 15 that the Defense Departmenthad voiced opposition to the Turkish
tween American and attacking decided to jet attacks and appealed to
newspaper Izvestia, Khrushchev will entail the solicitation from regretfully,
vigorously condemned this Vietnamese torpedo boats as firms, their employes and individuals withdraw from participation in Turkish Prime Minister Ismet
week's American air attack on "aggressive actions against the making substantial the commercial communications Inonu to call them off. This

Vietnamese military bases as (North) Vietnamese Democratic contributions. Traditionally, satellite program called could not be confirmed immediately -

"arbitrary and piratical meth- Republic." this division accounts for about COMSAT and go ahead with de- in Washington.The .

ods in relations between His tough tone and harsh 40 per cent of the total UF con- velopment of its own military explosive North situation Atlantic is a
threat to the
tributions. system.
states. words contrasted sharply with h
Yates, 54, has been the The Pentagon statement Sat- 2 y Treaty Organization's eastern
restrained Soviet reaction earlier
"We wish to warn all wildmen Gainesville representative for urday said the Pentagon had .y n., (See CYPRUS on Page 2A)
in the week. With
and half wildmen, normal and pressurenow New York Life Insurance Com- worked closely with the Communications -
abnormal who do not wish to somewhat lessened it was
pany since 1946. He is the cur- Satellite Corporation DAY
thought Khrushchev decided to ONE
live in peace and respect the rent chairman of the Biracial on the project. However, 1 1qM
sovereignty of nations not to interfere interject a harder Russian line Committee and has served as the announcement said, it was SUCCESSSTORY
in order to head off Commu-
in the internal affairs of any chairman of Gainesville's cen- found that "necessary procedural -
other countries," Khru- nist Chinese criticism. tenial celebration and chairmanof arrangements" needed in the

schev declared. Khrushchev spoke at the 40th the 1963 Citizens' Advisory negotiation for international

"The Soviet Union does not anniversary celebration of the Committee on Capital Improve agreements on the COMSAT Mrs. J. Jones sold she was
North Ossetin autonomous republic caused the Defense De-
ments. system amazed at the tremendous
want war, he said, "and is doing
in the Caucusus Moun partment to decide on going number of calls she received
everything in order to prevent tains. (See YATES on Page 2A) ahead with its own system. from just this one little wont
it But if the imperialists ad. Mrs. Jones rented her
bungalow to the first caller.

Woman Dies in Rt. 20 CrashA BUNGALOW conditioner furnished.located downtown.J BR .175mo. ,,.

WHERE TO Cad Mr*. Jones FR 00000

FIND IT lone woman driver was lided with an auto driven by Paulling, 32, of 302 SE 49th toke Whether for granted you're amazed the success or Just of

lulled in grinding head-on collision Robert Irving Paulling, 40, of Drive; John S. Simmons, of a want ad you will be pleased

Area . . 1C last night on S. R. 20 302 SE 49th Drive. 3525 SE 18th Ave., his wife, with its quick results.
Classified ; . 3C-9C about three miles east of Paulling and four passengersin Donna R. Simmons, 26, and ---
Economical Sun Wont Ads
Comics . . 2C Gainesville. his auto were all taken for daughter, Lisa 2. New OfficersNewly work hard at such low costs.-
Markets . . 06
Investigating officer Fred K. first aid treatment to Alachua Deputy Wood said he was un-

Movies . . 9B Wood of the Alachua County General Hospital, but none had able to determine who was at elected officers of the Gainesville Chamber of Place the 6 to your 12 family day low want-ad rote plan on!

Obituaries . 2A Sheriff's Office said positive fault in the wreck. The woman'scar Commerce Perry McGriff Sr., President, and Frank
Opinion Page . 4A injuries requiring hospitalization. Call today 372-8441.
identification of the Mitchell
woman, a was demolished; Paulling'scar Watson, vice president, pose with Billy execu-
Sports . . 0105Women's .
Negro could not be made im- elected
sustained an estimated $1- tive manager of the Chamber. Another officer

'... . IB-SB mediately.She Passengers in the Paulling 500 damage. No charges were Friday was Frank Bennett, treasurer. (Sun photo by Proof of R'I"ltsJohnson's

.. I was, beaded ,4g;JMJ ea>. seta were: Mrs. Barbara Jeaa filed. .- Tommy Law 1


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r1a!'More' About I' Weather Roundup If Viet Nam Crisis 2 Gunmen Break Expected !

Kennedy A 1 \ Rob Local In Rights

eon ..J.. B eMYY In Cooler StagesWASHINGTON SlayingPHILADELPHIA 1

1 From Page 1 s e...we D\ GroceryTwo Miss. (AP) The other victims were Michael I
\ s...eesalsa, (AP) High' do boat assaults were part of a Arrests in the slaying of Schwerner, 24, .a New It
of Boston. men robbed small
mayor C U.S. officials said Saturday the long-planned broad Red strate- I a grocery -three civil rights workers werebelieved'Imminent York City social worker and
They had six children, Includ \,"........a. store owner at pistol point ,
ZONES danger of the Reds starting a' gy to widen the war. Saturday. In James Chaney 22
a Negro
fng, ,Rose, the late President'smother. A: Considerable! cloudiness through t eruae. :of about $50 in small change j
Sunday night with scattered showers bigger war in response to the I Whichever explanation turns I I Friday night Gainesville Texas President Johnson said from Meridian, Miss.
and thundershowers. Not much change American air strike on North, police "substantive results can be expected -
A Hall woman, about 5-8, she In temperature. High Sunday In the J.. .IA_aM s .. out to be true, the U.S. official reported.
hospitalized in August of 10s.per hour Variable winds 10 to 1 II miles ;:\ Viet Nam shore bases now appears -said the counterattack was nec- in a very short time" in In Luci's Plans t

1960 with a mild heart condi- t\\ \ to be dwindling. essary for defense of U.S. shipson Manager O. F. Anderson of the case.
tion: BCD: Partly cloudy E \: ..i... While the high-ranking sources the high seas and for show- the U-Pac-Em grocer at 119 Reliable sources said the FBI STANFORD Calif. (AP) -

Her nurse said she listened all through Sunday. Widely scat- ..,. warned that Peking and Hanoi ing Peking-Hanoi they could not NE 16th Ave., said he was rob- was trying to locate the weapon Luci Johnson, the President's I
day long to the radio news-: tered afternoon and evening \s \ still could decide on major mili- get away with the assaults. bed while alone and closing matching five bullets removed daughter, will attend a benefit
casts of the Democratic con- thundershowers. High Sunday \ I I tary action, there were these -Deputy Secretary of Defense -about 10:50: p.m., police said. from the bodies of the men dur- concert at Stanford (Calif.) Uni!
88 to 92. Variable winds signs of a sharp drop in the ten- ing autopsies in Jackson. versity's Frost Amphitheater
vention. Asked once if she was Hs. .. Cyrus R. Vance said the He described his assailants II
excited about being grandmother 5 to 12 miles per hour becom- \ : sion which gripped Washingtonlast U.S. destroyer patrol in the as President Johnson, in a news today. The concert is to raiss
Negroes both about 23 to 25
showers. conference at his ranch home t
ing gusty near for the
of a president she said: egsuuE week in the crisis over the Tonkin Gulf will be ended "in years old, and both about five handicapped and
Johnson Tex. said he
near City, retarded
"I've had many excitementsbut f H I: Scattered afternoon and Red PT boat attacks on the U.S. the next few days." He said oth- feet seven inches tall. One worea children. i
evening thundershowers Sunday. Other had talked with FBI Director J.
this does excite me. I think wise generally fair. High Sunday low en counterblowU.S. : er patrols will be sent into the small mustache and goatee, Hoover and I :
it would excite anyone.IIWhen 90s. East and southeast winds 8 to II intelligence has spotted between Edgar by telephone ,
miles per hour becoming gusty near gulf North Viet Nam Anderson said. was assured by Hoover that the I Gainesville Sun
her grandson becamethe showers. movements portending a stepupin and Red China later, but "I in
presidential nominee he visited -i G J: Scattered showers over the GAINESVILLE WEATHER Communist Chinese or North hope very much that this mili- One of the men was armed investigation Mississippi was Published evenings except j
her. She posed with him I western sections Sunday afternoon High Vietnamese armed action-no with what looked like a nickel- going exceedingly well. i Saturday and Sunday mornings
-Municipal Airport
Sunday 88. East and southeast winds readings tary crisis is over. One of the slain trio, Andrew by the Gainesville Publishing -
for photographers, then tugged I I to II miles per. hour becoming Saturday: High 93 at 3 p.m.; massing of troops to move U.S. authorities suggestedthat plated .45 calibre pistol, the gro- Goodman 20 Company at 101 SE
showers.K a Queens College
at his elbow and kissed him on gusty near low 70 at 6 a.m. Rainfall .43 south no gathering of sea the Communist propagandamay cery man said. They got the!student from New York 2nd Place Gainesville, Florida
the cheek. : Scattered showers Sunday. High change from his register that he City and entered as second class
Sunday II. East and southeast winds forces, no aircraft appearing to be laying the ground for had come to the state as a volunteer -:I matter at the Post Office, at
When she watched the in- had piled in bank bag.
10 to 20 miles per hour.TEMPERATURES for a ""* j
targets. face-saving at home rather thana worker in the Mississippi; Gainesville Florida. 1
auguration of President Kenne ...............
Sunset today 7:16 each that '
dy on television she was aware ELSEWHERE Sunrise tomorrow.......... 5:54 a.m.p.m. With day goes by fresh military venture. This Police Chief W. D. Joiner summer project only two days CIRCULATION RATES By'
: High Low Free* Moonset tonight ............ t:5 p.m. without such signs, U.S. strategists may be why Hanoi is claimingto said the two men were appar before the three mysteriously' CARRIER OR MAIL II
that the Bible on which he took Jacksonville 91 72 .If For the next five days the Perseld me-
the oath of office her Miami 91 79 teor shower will be at its height. The believe the prospects dimin- have downed eight of the at-: ently on foot. and were traced vanished.At 1 Week .45
was own. Tampa 92 75 absence ef the Moon from the' aftermidnight 3 MM.$5.85
As the inauguration progressedshe Atlanta 17 7' will help the visibility sky ef ish for a Communish escalationof tacking U.S. planes rather than south on Second St. Jackson, the Council of I
said "Isn't he wonderful... Boston 7J 64 .1' these "shooting stars" this year and the fighting. only the two which the United Two men closely resemblingthe Federated Organizations All mail subscriptions! must
New York I' 66 about 50 per hour may be seen. be paid in advance.
that's my boy. Washington 19 72Chicago -Administration officials now States reported lost in the ac robbers were picked up COFO announced that many I Member of Audit Bureau ef
Mrs. Fitzgerald had been a Kansas City 77 II 61 63 MARINE FORECAST are suggesting the torpedo at- tion. shortly afterward, but released of the summer volunteers would, Circulation.
Denver 92 55 .02 EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to tacks on U.S. destroyers in the after Anderson stated they be leaving the state within the:
widow since 1950 and divided
Ft. Worth 99 7S 12 knots through Sunday. Widely scat Vance ', All material contained herein h
her time between Boston and Los Angeles 92 61 tered showers. Gulf of Tonkin may have been a and others did predictan were not the same men. next two months to return to' the property of the GalnesvTIle
Seattle 70 56 increase in activities by the This the first such hold- But COFO said other: Publishing Company (c) 164.
Hyannis where her son Thomas ---- spur of the moment North Viet- was college. ; Reproduction In whole or In partIs
; Red Viet Cong guerrillas in of since volunteers would take their: forbidden without the
has namese military venture, not apart up a store last spring, strictly
a summer cottage.
the publisher.
permission of
/ Accident Roundupa of a Peking-Hanoi master South Viet Nam. I Joiner said. place.>

More AboutYates I plan to broaden the war and .1 11

POLICE, FIRE REPORT 3rd St., and parked cars owned I bring the United States directlyinto
Accident Roundup by E. D. Booker, Walter Balk- the fighting. BLOCKER & TURNIPSEED OCALA FLA. /
Involved in accidents reportedby man, and Albert M. Riddick in This was a more relaxed in-1 I ,
the Gainesville Police De- the 900 block of NW 5th Ave. terpretation than newsmen got l

From Page 1 partment and Alachua County at 10:20: p.m. yesterday. during the tense moments after ,
Sheriff's office in the past 36 Leonard F. Mullis Jr., 4505 President Johnson ordered theU.s. I

He I is past president of the hours were: SE 2nd Place, Milton May Jr.. counterattack Tuesday.
Gainesville Rotary Club and Ester H. Lantz, Dunnellon, 623 SW 3rd Ave., and Arthu
Gainesville Council for Interna-' and Helen Elizabeth Spaulding, Fleming 623 NW 4th Ave., a Carper The Theme is SpanishSEE
tional Friendship. Hollywood, about 2 p.m. Fridayin W. Univ. Ave. and 3rd St. at

'be Plant City native is an Fairbanks. 5:40: p.m. Friday.A About
alumnus of the University of Thomas B. Forbes, Lakeland parked auto owned by Truman -

Florida and a member of its and a parked auto owned by Skinner, 414 SE 8th St., .
Charles W. Mills, Williston, at and an unknown driver at NW
Blue Key leadership fraternity.He .
is retired from the Army 1 p.m. Friday near the Gainesville 1st Ave. and 3rd St. about 9 Cyprus

reserves with the rank of colo- Livestock Market. p.m. Friday. .
Bruce M. McPhee, 3032 NE Elizabeth A. C. Pitts Keystone .
From 1
nel.As 10th St. and Leola and William D. 280 Page
a special agent for New Tillis, Rt. Gray,
2:, at 10:58: a.m. yesterday at E. NE 15th St., in the 1200 blockof
York Life Yates has ( )42e2ag
times for its Million Dollar -Univ.Thomas Ave.Edwards and 12th Jr.St., 408 NW N. Main St. at 5:30 p.m. Fri, flank countries.along Both the Iron Greece Curtain and I I ; by Drexel'

Roundtable and in 1962 day.Ed
Jenkins High Springs, Turkey are NATO members. the
earned the C. G. Snead Award trusted Mat in I1uu1ttut
and E. Ocala at The Council i ,
Carolyn Lytle Security meetinggot -
for meritorious service to the fcttuariesMRS.
life insurance industry. SW 2nd Ave. and 5th St. at under way in an atmosphereof II I I

Yates his wife Sue, and two 5:15 p.m. Friday. grave international tension
NORMA RYAN John J. Starker 911 NE 23rd convened at the request of both
children live at 1635 NW 6th
LAKE BUTLER Funeral St., at NW 8th Ave. and 6th Cyprus and Turkey.A I
Ave. services will be held at 3 p.m. St. at 5:58 p.m. Friday. I U.N. spokesman said the' A Complete Home-Furnished in Spanish

More About this afternoon for Mrs. Norma Libby Radus, 2108 NW 12th commander of the U.N. peace .

Ryan, 65, of Lake Butler, who St., and Allen R. Watson, Archer 'force in Cyprus Gen. Koden-'
died Friday night in Alachua at N. Main St. and 2m dera Subayya Thimayya, was'
: UN General Hospital after a brief Ave. at 5:15 p.m. Friday. actively seeking a cease-fire in
David G. Martin 3530 SW
illness. ,
Cyprus while the U.N. debate!
Mrs. Ryan was born in Ark- 24th Ave., and Jean M. Brady
From Pane 1 went on. i Blocker &
by Turnipseed
ansas in 1899 and moved to 810 E. Univ. Ave. at E. Univ. Following a Cabinet meetingin

the Security Council know of the Lake Butler in 1927. She was Ave. and 7th St. at 4:44 p.m Ankara presided over by In-f 1

situation before we embark on a the widow of the late E. C. Friday. onu, the Turkish source said fI I I .
discussion of a very minor matter Ryan and a member of the Doris W. S. Evinst, Alachua, Saturday's air attack on Cyprus I I

in comparison with the invasion first Christian Church of Lake and Janet Lee Redman 112; did not cause the Greek Cypriots -: ftI
of the island." Butler. NW 3rd Ave., at SW 1st Ave to retreat. He claimed, how I ;

lie said the gravity of the situation Rev. Jacob Thomas will offi and 12th St. at 8:05: a.m. Fri- ever, that supply lines had been

is "not only one concerning ciate at services at the First day.Thomas shot up and an undetermined /1 y
Cyprus but the United Na- Christian Church in Lake But- C. Brown, Newberry number of tanks and other vehi 1

tions and the Charter, if we go er. Burial will be in Dekle and Truman Dickinson Starke,I cles had been destroyed.The I'I'I
back} to the rule of the jungle." .Cemetery. at NE 8th Ave. and Waldo Rd Cyprus government saIda f
He said the imminent ; I I
: danger at 7:32 a.m. Friday.
Survivors include: five sons, count was continuing of Saturday's -
i b.which his country was threat- Henry M. Frazee 1704 N\V: !
Dennis Burroughs of Williston, casualties from the ahat-
eBed "may bring a world war. 38th Ter. and Marian I
Rupert Ryan of Jersey City tacks. I
-Eralp then took the floor as N.J., Ewell Ryan of Hialeah, Green, Rt. 4, about 1:50: p.m This is proving difficult as
tEe opening speaker in the council Friday three miles west of f I ..
John Ryan with the U.S. Armyin many villagers have fled into ; .4.
debate.He .
France and Kent Ryan of Gainesville on S.R. 24. the hills. A general alert for:
accused the Cyprus government West Palm Beach; seven daughters -! Rance Smith Jr., Apopka, a t blood plasma and doctors was I
: headed by Archbishop Mrs. Yvonne Neiland of 5:15: p.m. Friday about six mile I
I issued by the government.
Makarios of trying to bring the south of Gainesville U.S .. '
Tjirkish Cypriot community "to Palo Verde, Calif., Mrs. Edwina on Hospitals were overflowing; : :

its knees in meek submission." Moody of Keystone 441.Richard Nickson and with victims, the government : ,
Heights, Mrs. Hazel Baily of Ocala said, which included many, -. -
Housewife West Palm Beach, Mrs. Gwendo- Charles A. Davis, Micanopy a t women children and infants. i ,jai, ,
8:45: a.m. yesterday about one
lyn Baumgardner of Valdosta, mile south of The Turkish government announced -
Ga., Mrs. Norma Jean Lyons County Rd. SE lOB.I Micanopy. on in Ankara that 30 jets ; : cc- II

Reports of Live Oak Mrs. Zennillia I took part in the attacks which II I (- '
Wheeler of Pensacola, and Mrs. I DWI it claimed were aimed at stop-I! :
Elsie Estes of Blue Rapids S / 'S4
ping Greek Cypriot forays on
Thomas Edwards Jr. 31
Attacker Kan.; four sisters, Mrs. Glera of Turkish Cypriots. I' !
408 NW 3rd St., was arrestedby M :
Holder of Gainesville Mrs. Gainesville Police in the Units of the Turkish fleet rendezvoused rI

Gainesville Police yesterday Hazel Simerly of Little Rock, 900 block of NW 5th Ave. at near Cyprus as Tur-:
disclosed a housewife complained Ark., Mrs. Flaun Bolles of Little 10:25: p.m. Friday and chargedwith key threatened new attacks if I i !t ,"A I ) ,
early Thursday that she Rock, Ark., and Mrs. Hoke driving while intoxicatedand Greek Cypriot harassment of I V T4M

had been attacked in her backyard Tolar of Allentown, Pa.; 34 operating a vehicle without their ethnic Turkish fellow citi-!

by an unknown assail- grandchildren and 12 great a valid driver's license. zens did not cease. i I

lant.The grandchildren.Wilson Fire Calls The U.N. Security Councilwas 4M 4M1FAY

housewife whol lives in and Brannon Funeral At 9:47 p.m. Friday over- summoned into urgent session -I
the northeast section of Gainesville Home of Lake Butler is in heated water heater at 424 to deal with the situation. r d 1

told police she stepped charge. NE 6th St. Unconfirmed reports said
outside her rear door to check Greek and Turkish army con-
the water in a backyard swim- Storm tingents had moved into fortified -
ming pool when she was attacked Tropical SweepsBermuda positions along the Green,

from behind. Line of the frontier dividing this
She said someone pushed her in Surprise Blowsigns troubled capital city of 100,000.

down, tore her shorts, but fled Earlier, United Nations sourc- h JrIz .

when she screamed. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Tropical of intensification and es had reported both contingents -I

.Police Chief W. D. Joiner storm Brenda, second surprise would probably waste away at I had moved from their respective -
said the woman was unable to storm in a row, popped up in the I
give any description of her alleged -Atlantic on Saturday and raked sea.Brenda's poorly defined eye The lights at the Presidential
assailant, altough the Bermuda with winds that passed right over the tiny islandof Palace burned late as President/II I
backyard arca was brightly lit. reached more than 90 miles an I Bermuda the Weather Bureau Makarios held a feverish round I' e

Neighbors reported they heard hour. said. Sustained winds of of interviews with Western diplomats Shown Sunday AugusI10Ih-2:00: P.M.
her but Several about 45 m.p.h., with to
scream saw no one, airplanes were damaged gusts up and officials. These in- ,
Joiner said. and a taxicab was pushed 92 m.p.h., were recorded the cluded the United Nations
The Police Chief said the com- 100 yards into the ocean. Weather Bureau said.
plaint was kept confidentialwhile But the Weather Bureau said The Weather Bureau in Miami Peace British Force High Commissioner commander, the the e PI RANCHO GRANDE HOME

an investigation of the hat Brenda presented no threat said it had no damage reports U.S. and Greek ambassadors ace IN SUBURBAN HEIGHTS HOME SHOW

incident was underway. !to the mainland, showed no ,from twister Bermuda could have, but developed that the and Gen. George Grivas. i j

Was Prisoner in Jail within the tropical storm. The has U.N.halted reported in surrounded that fighting by. MACOMA BUILDERS .

I Kokkina, the only coastal village -
Or Chasing a Woman? season's first tropical storm, remaining in Turkish handsin

Abby blew itself out in Inland Tylleria promontory.A .
Deputy Sheriff S. A. Scales, trusty had slipped away Texas Saturday without causingany communique issued at the :
in a prowl car about 1 a.m. Sat- through a kitchen window min- great damage.The presidential palace said Turkish Blocker & Turnipseed

urday, heard a radio call that a utes earlier, stolen a shotgun storm appearing sud- sorties were carried out against:

Negro named Billie Vinson was from a parked squad car. and I denly in the Gulf of Mexico; seven Greek Cypriot towns on ,,
chasing a girl with a gun in the left. struck the Texas middle coastin the northwest coast stretching!

1400 block of NE 5th Ave Vinson was located later the i the vicinity of Matagordalate from Xeros on the east to Polis 'J
Startled, Scales told his part- same morning at his mother's Friday.The on the west. I
ner that Vinson was locked up home, 633 NE 156h St. Sheriffs disturbance unleashed i The communique said: "Be-I Interiors & Carpets

in county jail for parole viola Deputies Melvin Caswell, Ray winds up to 65 miles an hour tween 4 and 7 p.m. about 30I I

tion."Don't Allen, Dick Moore and Keith and triggered rains as far inland Turkish jet fighters raided Cyprus -:!I
sound like it," his Adams made the arrest. as San Antonio. The heaviest firing rockets and ma Ocala, Fla. J. Ed Blacker, res.

partner answered.A Charges arising out of the escape fall was 5.85 inches at Victoria chine-gunning inhabited places
check showed that Vinson, are pending Scales said.I! near the coast. and noncombatants.

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Sundoy; August 9, 1964 Geinen'II.Sun 3A

: Students Sweat It Out in Nevada Due Five Trial Cases In- I I

Circuit Court --

Desert Climate to Help Aging StudyBy I:trials Five 9:30 in men circuit a.are m.court docketed tomorrow startingat for, JI.w JI. { I I

I charged with breaking and entering -
GEORGE MIMS four miles on a high school track in 64 minutes, Phillips I robbery and moonshine 1I
found the percentage of salt in sweat tends to decrease with y i I
Ordinarily, students under University of Florida professorE. acclimatization, but the major factor is the rate of sweating.The I violations. *
Earl Phillips of the College of Physical Education and higher the rate, the greater the salt concentration.The I Judge James C. Adkins Jr.
Health sweat it out in the classroom. same experiment was also carried out among a groupof is to preside. Adkins has reserved -
However, this summer,. Dr. Phillips has pulled a switch.He adults. i the court tomorrow and a uau1Y -
Tuesday for the trials.
and other research scientists are putting their charges Phillips states that the rate of sweating is about one quart Assistant State Atty. David SUNDAY I CISCOIIK1 ,
through strenuous physical exercises in the oven-like desert per hour for a man of 150 pounds, walking 3.75 miles per Anderson is expected to handle h..
heat at Boulder City, Nev. hour on the usual summer afternoon in Boulder City. the prosecution. (
I ,
I Phillips is conducting physical exertion tests to determinethe Among other things, the studies found that the older one Scheduled to appear are: I I
effect of desert climate on youth fitness in cooperationwith gets the harder will be for him to do strenuous. exercisesin Eddie James Dixon, chargedwith
.a joint study conducted by 11 scientists from the University a new environment breaking and enteringwith
of Indiana, University of Florida, Duke, and the Uni- The scientists explained that the report of detailed findingswill intent to commit a mis-
demeanor. He is accused of
versity of California.The .
require some months to complete.The t.o7P.M.
breaking into the Neighborhood -
aim of the project is to learn more about the phys- 11 scientists will go to the White Mountain Research Service Station May 21 noonSPECIALS ,
iology of aging. Station, Big Pine, Calif.., to study altitude problems this and 22. R. A. (Buzzy) Green,
Using about 30 boys, from 10 to 17-years-old, who walk month. public defender, was named to
hi III' represent him. ,
I L. C. Banks, 26, and Herman .
In The .I Junior Sutton, 32, charged with
:robbing Melvin Pope Cunningham I
'' June 27 of $45. Selig Gold-
in is Banks' attorney; Green isSutton's.
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M r Walter Lewis Bass, 17, I
: r % M. Sri (AP) The charged with breaking and entering
i Atomic Energy Commission Mike's Hat Shop May 30.
I I _I Ir plans to set off a small nuclear Rudolph Knight, 59, charged
t 1 ,f ___ blast deep in a salt mine near with possession of moonshine
,; g._ : __ y ___4 Hattiesburg, Miss., Sept. 22, the whisky June 1. I
a : first of three in dribble"
s 's Gn "project -
: I I
for developing techniques Insect "
to detect underground nuclear! Study i!
gEi a4 explosions. Club to MeetThe I
The nuclear device, designedto
yield an explosive force of Gainesville Entomologl
five kilitons, will be set off 2,700 cal Club, a forum for persons 1
feet down in the mine, 28 miles devoted to insect study, will
southeast of Hattiesburg. meet Tuesday noon at the
Park Lane Cafeteria. I
WASHINGTON (AP) More James Caslick, U. S.. Fish HANDBAGS I
than 280 cases of meningitis, and Wildlife Service, will
with over a score of deaths, speak. .
.. have occurred at military bases
w. I 1.00 2.00 3.00 1.0
this year, Defense Department I ANYWHERE
records show. I YourS
The largest number of cases II SatisfactionAlways Orig. up to 3.97
T and deaths were at Army posts.I .
From Jan. 1 through July 24 I 0' I II
there were 216 cases with 19 Assured DOZENS OF STYLES IN SOFT SUMMER SHADES.
UF Prof. E. Earl Phillips (right) and other research scientists are studyIng Ten of the deaths were at Ft. 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
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TnrauLnnv THE


<&ahttsuillt Sun

. THESQUTH In The Wake I


Of Attack a t
; PAT COWIIS Viet Prtl ryf ,

Florida's Beautiful flea 14 JOHNSON. Vkt P.elaat. By RALPH McGILL .' ......... ...
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eel Executive Editor W. G. (Bill) Frti Wtaataj rebfaberOc
( CeaiUtcU
University City t1 EIIRSOLK Vice FreiMeiit eaA.* *.
verming DirKtwj BOB TAKTAOUONI WASHINGTON The Red Chinese government has start-
Vfce President and Clrculitiea MIIII,". ed a war against the United States. President Johnson, as ,I
Commander in Chief of the armed forces has ordered

THE SUN'S POLICY 50 Years military action in retaliation. He has asked for and received ,
w passage by Congress of
a resolution authorizing him to take :
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns "all t
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In- ditorials. the forces necessary measures to repel any armed attack against ;.
3. Publish all tides of important controversial: issues. : Pta of the United States and to prevent further ag
After AMemory gression. The resolution also authorizes the President "to

The Sun's' telephones: All Departments-. 372-8441 take all necessary steps, including the use of armed force."

Want Ads-376-4672 to help those nations covered by the Southeast Asia Treaty
which may request assistance to defend their freedom.

Since American naval vessels were attacked during the

+ last week in international waters by North Vietnamese ships

: supplied and directed by Red China the grievance is
Taxes in Line With NeedsThe
Bring not only against the
Two young boys, just into government of North Viet Nam but also
against the Peiping government. United States Ambassador
their teens got off a two-
action of the county assessorIn when the need is amply demonstrated. coach local train in the Adlai Stevenson, in his speech on Wednesday to the Security
cav- \;.. Council of the United Nations said the attacks on the ships
reappraising certain properties The average citizen is always ernous old Union Station at .. -. were "part of a larger pattern with a larger purpose."

will ease the tension temporarily willing to pay a few dollars more Chattanooga, Ten n e s s ee. _, .....r.. .}_.!:o r _::
10 far as (the school budget and other when he is convinced that the moneyis They had a sparse amount of ; THE UNITED STATES has acted to repel what it calls

urgent needs are concerned. We being wisely used and not wasted.It camping gear with them. For -'d. : alhAut-': t. "deliberate aggression." Under Article 51 of the Charter of

heartily approve this "emergency is usually the small minority who 10 days they had been entirely co-operation the United Nations with other, an governments individual government, may employ, alone measuresof or in

step" and it is only a step to are most able to pay who make the out of touch with the "self-defense," and these may be carried on "until the

bring county revenue in line with loudest complaint. And if they are world, camping at a small "I I MUST HAVE STRUCK A NERVE." Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain

county needs. tightly organized, as they usuallyare lake deep in the Cumber- international peace and security."

call the and The U. N. Charter also provides that any member nation
they can signals lands. As they stepped down

In addition to giving the School keep control of the ball. from the train into the familiar self which exercises its right of
defense must immedi-
Board a little room to breathe in its old station, a newsboycame
CYNICAL AND[ PRACTICAL atedly report such measures
fiscal jacket, this selective appraisal A second desirable result (as men running in crying war. to the SecurityUnited CouncIl. The

hike has two values: First, it tioned above) of the stepped-up assessment Across the top of the first States governmentnow

demonstrates what can be done when base is the "drawing in" page were the lines: "Germ- has complied with the t

the people and the people's official of many property owners who (because any Declares War on Rus- How provisions of the charter by }
representatives get down to brass of homestead exemption) have sia." Memory of that moment to an Election formally ter to the submitting Council.: the mat-

tacks on school tax and other prob- escaped the tax net. We are not remains vivid. .the The two unprovoked at-

lems of public\ revenue. Second, it advocating the removal of homestead smell of the smoke the shab- By RICHARD WILSON Lyndon B. Johnson. Goldwater committed already or the indifferent tacks on American naval ves-

brings many homesteads into the exemption. It would be quite unrealistic by interior the people com- Chief, Cowles Washington won, although he was not won't do you any sels were really acts of war.

taxpaying bracket that were hereto- to do so. But when evalua ing and going, and the boy Bureau supposed to, by virtue of good, and it would help to The responses by the United

fore exempt (by virtue of the homestead tions for tax purposes are raised, crying, "War Declared." It WASHINGTONAmong what Shadegg calls the Mao have a few undecides coming States in the air and on the
was a Saturday August 1, the novel Tse Tung dogma of politics. your way also. sea were natural acts of war
act) because of too low ap many new entries appear in the tax features of the
1914. in self
defense. The resolu-
praisal. books.If Goldwater campaign for the Shadegg's "cell
THIS WAS A PROCESS of tion passed Friday by both
presidency is a certain hard- political infiltration employing little bands of dedicated houses of Congress amountsto

Take the first point. It is permissible a home worth $10,000 has been IN 1938 ONE of those boys boiled attitude toward prac- what Shadegg calls cell people not publicly identifiedas a declaration of a stateof

under the law to the who had returned from the tical politics which resemblesthat groups, foot soldiers and partisans who permeatethe war I
push assessment appraised at $5,000, the owner paysno as existing in South.
to find that within
camp of John F. active life of a commun-
level the hundred Kennedy image surveys to create a east Asia, where the interestsof
to per tax, although he has children in weeks the world had moved the of ity with one simple
campaign 1960. down message
deep stratum of
politi- the United
cent mark of "just" value. Some con- school and otherwise benefits from quickly, unbelievably into conveyed by direct method or States have
cal strength which pulls off been
tend that it is war walked about theKaiser's Senator Goldwater's en- militarily menaced. In
mandatory. any tax-supported programs and .ser subliminal motivation: Vote
includes surprise victories.He defense, U. S. aircraft have
event, valuations (for tax purposes) vices. Utilizing a true-value base (or palace.In tourage a conserva- for our candidate. They can already bombed bases in
can be raised voluntarily by county something near it) will bring more 1946 the palace was rub- considerable egghead size component and of states in his new book, be used to spread rumors, North Viet Nam from which
variety How to -Win Election
an : shake the undecideds
authority to bring income and democratic and ble. Hitler's vast Reichs and the attacks on American
expense equitable participation chancellery was smashed. but without much organization "political decisions are made motivate the indifferents. The naval -

into balance. in government support. Inciden- The bunker where Hitler his when compared to the by the indifferent by that Shadegg foot soldiers hoof it vessels were launched.

tally, it will remove most objectionsto mistress bride; Goebbels, high paid intellectual luminaries segment of the body politic around residential areas and THE NEXT MOVE is up

Alachua County assessments have the homestead exemption act. his wife and children had assembled by Gov. which really couldn't care use the 'phone. to the United Nations. In the
died suicide Nelson A. Rockefeller. Mr. less. This is the meantime, the United States
been based on 48-plus per cent of appraised by was a jumbleof enormous
Kennedy had his own varietyof of will go ahead with any military -
massive chunks of paradox Democracy a NONE OF
cash value. This appears to The first gesture has been made. con- THIS complex
crete and steel, broken by egg heads who were useful paradox which has gone almost organization could work efficiently measures deemed necessary -
be far less than just value, however However, to assure continuation of Soviet demolitions. (T h e in framing phrases and unnoticed in this nation without the use of to protect its posi-

that may be defined. The simple the upward course of fiscal respon- Goebbels children did not attitudes, and who later sur- which prides itself on self- electronic computers and tion. The procedure is well

fact is that what the ad valorem sibility and management is a matter take their own lives. Goeb- rounded him at the top eche- government." Shadegg says the use of IBM established by international

base will be rests with local authority that may need some pushing. It bels gave them cyanide in- lon of government. There are three kinds of equipment is "almost man- law.Why

unless recent court decisions, occurs to us that this push might be jections, telling them they voters, Shadegg thinks: The datory." The manager must did Red China decideto
would while and then BUT MR. KENNEDY had test American firmness at
sleep a
committed ( Republican know the "financial
ordering upward adjustment, are expanded provided by the cooperative effortsof
this time? Was it
wake up at Uncle Adolf'spleasant also a new breed of political or Democratic); the un- tion of the respective cell believed
to include Alachua County.It local organizations that are will- place in the coun- workers and managers whose decided, who are probablythe group members, his banking that, because of the presidential

ing to "champion the cause." For it try.) cynical if successful attitudes best informed and thus connection, his relationshipwith political campaign in

should be a matter of pride to is as sure as death and taxes that have been frequently ana the most uncertain; and the the home town newspaper this country, the incumbent

act from choice rather than judicial there will be opposition, both secret FIFTY YEARS have pass- lyzed. Senator Goldwater has indifferents, "those who don't his church or lodge administration would hesitateto

compulsion. Why wait to be proddedinto and open, to any move that means ed since the two boys came somewhat the same kind of vote at all, or vote only in identification, his occupationor take any steps amountingto

equitable and businesslike tax money out of pocket at taxpayingtime back from their isolated group around him, and, as response to an emotional appeal profession and his family war and that the rival political
camp. We commemorate the. with the Kennedyites, ideo- or as the result of some connections throughout the party itself would not
practice? even though the extra dol- dare to demand such
First World War. It seems, logy is more a vehicle for carefully planned campaign state." drastic
lars could be casually spent (or lost) in retrospect, to have been a victory than a declaration of technique which makes it action? There could be no

What the practical level of assess- in most cases without being missed. naive, unnecessary war in faith. easy for them to reach a It all sounds rather 1984-ish greater miscalculation of

ment should be (assuming that 100 which millions died and men The chief prophet of the decision." but much of what Shadegg is true Americanism. Other

per cent is not required) can be determined Let's call off the semantic game of fought bravely and well. But new politics is Stephen C. describing is what was governments in the past have

by projecting the county's. defining words and phrases i.n the it was the a stupid war brought Shadegg, whose position is SHADEGG ASSERTS with- known in other times as good made discover the same that mistake the United, onlyto
on by vanity and ambi- out qualification "The indif
in terms of and yet unassigned in the heir- : precinct and ward organization. -
expenses, present law to mean what we want themto tions of men who did not ferents decide elections." States overnight takes military
future programs, and by a simple understand what they were archy under Republican.- Still, there are enoughnew action and gets the sup-
mean. To quibble over "just tional Chairman Dean Burch. wrinkles in these political -
The is how to
problem get of both
process of accounting. Thus an ade doing. port political parties
tax be developedthat value," or "true value," or "full Shadegg managed the under- the indifferents to the polls to techniques to warn Presi- IT IS THE U.N. which will
program For perhaps an hour after dog Goldwater campaign for dent Johnson that the 1964
value" is to nullify the law's intent. for candidate be on trial to
vote now
will "balance the books" mobilization and war were the Senate in 1952 againstSen. your an election might not follow the prove

with a respectable reserve for con- How just is just? How true is true? ordered, there was a chanceof Ernest McFarland of act which they will commit public opinion polls and whether it is an organization

tingencies.We How full is full? How much of whatis restricting the conflict. Arizona, who was then majority usually for the most super- there may be a few indiffer- capable or Incapable of set-
tling a major If the
48-plus per cent? It is obvious that The Kaiser, all doubt and leader of the Senate ficial of reasons. Of course, ents whom he will haveto Security Council distpute.
fretting once the sword was have to have the stir to action. proves powerless
and whose got
successor was you
have always maintained that there is ample "room to move" in in his hand, proposed to his because of a Soviet

there is money to be had (for educa- adjusting the revenue base to revenue general staff that a British veto or obstruction from any

tion and other public enterprises) needs. offer of mediation be accepted other nation, the United ''I
and that the war-already DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS States is free to continue the

moving toward France war.
be turned totally against In the event that the U. N.
Russia. Is prevented by veto in the

Voice of the I IOn We know from the historyof Security Council from taking

People that moment that von Mol- The Navy's Powerwhich military, similar measures to ,,those if necessary em-

tke chief of staff said
I severely ployed in the Korean War,
and finally "Your
the United States is authorized
The Sun's it be "
Opinion Page Majesty cannot done.
under Article 51 of the
On August 5, Moltke reported By WALTER LIPPMANNIt is the only alternative to an end U. N. Charter to act alone or

0UI nt .n mutt bt signed and beer the writer's Address. Nemes will be withheld if requested. A letter thould is certainly brutal, but is not yet clear why; the Hanoi gov- with the aid of the
set exceed 500 words and must bt written on only ont side .* the MP" Poetry ctnnot bt ustd. T we are fighting for our lives military
decided to attack the Seventh
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter *r to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning hew and all who get in the way ernment IT IS NECESSARY to prove to the forces of other countries.IF .

Intent. must take the conse Fleet. But the encounter is a reminderthat Chinese, who probably do not really un-

quences." the United States is present in the derstand sea power because they have RED CHINA'S Wallace made our country great, and Sun carried a notice of the is to test
seeking now
Why : And the ? that the
consequences seas around and in the air over Southeast none, elephant cannot drive the
that his entire efforts have death of Flannery O'Connor. American resoluteness and
WithdrewEDITOR been directed toward awak- Aside from the sadness of tt Asia. whale out of the ocean.It has had any idea that the

ening the people of the coun- learning of the too-early loss: THEY WERE MANY. In The North Vietnamese and Chinese in- will be necessary, also, to convince United States would be hesitant

Sun: GeorgeC. try to the danger of destroying of one of the finest and most I point of fact, they continue. fantry can do nothing against this invin- many Americans that the United Stales to employ military force,
these concepts if present responsible artists of my generation Chief among them was the this misconception has been
Wallace of Alabama, in trends continued.He and of one who extraordinarily change in Russia. The Ger- cible and well-nigh invulnerable military would Dot enter such negotiations as a dispelled.

reply to a recent letter by expressed equality mans plotted to take advant- presence. defeated power. On the contrary, the

this writer in which the possible his feels that the time of of her native South, I[ age of the discontent and United States is an undefeated power *
withdrawing from the
contribution to the overall was particularly saddenedby I mutinous conditions apparent THE LASTING significance of the and as against the Chinese it is an in-
national welfare by the presidential race will impress in the czar's China Enacts
They arranged -
upon those meeting in the manner of the Sun's army. episode is the demonstration that the vincible power.
governor was commended by for Lenin to be sent
reason of his action in with- Atlantic City that they must announcement.In into Russia in a sealed railway United States can remain in Southeast Martial Law

drawing from the presidential also recognize this danger.In an inch of type toward I car. Substantial funds Asia without being on the ground. NAVAL POWER is a silent service, and Along Coast C

race, stated in effect: his closing remarks the the bottom of 14, and I were put at his disposal. The that is one reason why it is such a suit-
page 1
And while it well be true AP
so, may TAIPEI ( ) Communist
That governor stated that the fight consequence of that was the able instrument of a policy which seeksto
he withdrew from the softened by few additional
disappearance of the Russian the jungle war cannot be won, it is also China has clamped martial law
race because he felt that the for these concepts must make no conquest on the mainland,
coast from
words I found the information over its
throne the murder of the true that the United States need not and
mission that he and his sup- never stop until the govern- but is concerned only to deter and con Shanghai to Hainan Island and '
porters bad set out to perform ment is returned to some that Miss O'Connor was; royal family, and the estab- will not, cease to be a great power in tain military expansion. moved troops to coastal areas,
lishment communism in
had been accomplished, constitutional principles. 39 years of age, that she of Southern Asia. Moreover, as long as we the official Nationalist Chinese

that Americans all over the GEORGE D. BENNETT wrote, and that she had once Europe and Asia. In Europethe the exercise our enormous power with mea- Only a few years ago it was the estab- Central News Agency said Sat

country were now talking Alachua got a grant. I find it consequences were lished American military doctrine that urday.
a nagging dissolution of the old continental sure, with humanity and with restraint,
about states' rights local we should not engage the American Armyon The agency said martial law
peculiarly personal 1 of power, the as President Johnson is intending to use
government, protection of the Sad destruction of the mainland of Asia. Our strength is was imposed after the United
free Summary embarrassment to live in a a generation of it, the risks of a wider war are limited.
enterprise system and and the in sea power. We have departed from States bombed North Viet Nam
young men setting
the right to free use of Of time when such an obituaryIs in motion of forces still un- The more firmly the fact is establishedthat the old doctrine, perhaps because we had Wednesday, and said about 20
private property. thought' to summarizeachievement. 1 controlled. to. But the main line of American pol- per cent of the militiamen from
in Southeast Asia is
our presence icy should be to return to it. For it is communes in a southern prow
These are concepts, he fur- EDITOR Sun: On Tuesdayof History contains no 50momentous. primarily as a sea-and-air power, the based on a true understanding of our ince were moved to coastal

that ;; ated, which have this week the,. Gainesville PATRICIA LAURENCELLE years any man safer it will be to enter the negotiations position on this globe. areas for patrol duty.


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F. Childs, Colored News Editor:
A LANDMARKBible Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and children M f

Thought "Blessed is all, Bangor, Maine; and .M rl n
the man. .(whose) delight is others whose names were not

in the law of the Lord. .He is available. Mrs. F. D. Shannon,

like a tree planted by the reporter.

streams of water. ., and its
leaf does not wither. Psalm
PuMblMrj PAT COWL, VIce Pre. (
Florida'. Beautiful *"*' JOMIMel Vice rntu** 1:1-3. RSV.)
eM Ezaeufw aliter, w. .. (UI)
University City ? = MIMOU. Vice Pr...** .* A* CONVENTION TO CONVENEThe "' i">> .., "
"'tIsMg Dlmttri $0t TARTAOLIONI :g,
vice PrnMtnt end Clr rtiU.. Ma...... Help and Aid 'Con ti .. "o. "
vention, auxiliary to the Jerusalem :c
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THE SUN'S POLICY Missionary Baptist As- ) .
sociation, with Rev. T. D. w
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news column Davis, moderator, will con- iJfu ,.'Y yK 8
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials.. vene at the Mt. Moriah Baptist ''t'V:: :;.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. d :; : ":
with Rev. L. A t "

The Sun' telephones: All D.partm.nts-372.8441 Tilhuan, pastor, August 21] Commencement Speaker : "
through 23.
Wont Ads-376-4672
The public is invited.CONVALESCING During the recent 1964: commencem eat exercises at Florida A&M Univer 'r
sity, Tallahassee, Judge Marjorie McKenzie Lawson, Washington, D. C.. second,

from left, chats with J. R. E. Lee Jr., vice president of the university. The District _... __
Mrs. Estella DeBose who is of Columbia Juvenile Court associate judge was the first woman in the .
Line With NeedsThe
Bring Taxes in ill, was reported as much' im history of the institution to deliver a commencement: address at. FAMU. To her*'" '

proved. Friends hope she will t right, applauding the presentation of candidates for degrees, are J. L.' King,".

soon be well. __'91 Miami, newest member of the Florida State Board of Control, and MM..Eunice, '. _
action of the county assessorin when the need is amply demonstrated. om ?'
ENGAGEMENTMr. Burgess, dean of the Florida A&M University School of Nursing. ... .... .
reappraising certain propertieswill The average citizen is always
BUTLER NEWS and Mrs. Arthur Cox announce members to be STILL INDISPOSEDMrs. .
present. this year are: Mrs" R- Debose M'
ease the tension temporarily willing to pay a few dollars more Card of Thanks
the engagement and Estelle Knowles remainson Newberry a nd Mrs. Brown
so far,as the school budget and other when he is convinced that the moneyis The family of the late Mrs. of their LAKE ""," .
approacing, marriage BUTLER NEWS the sick list but is much bet- Gainesville.
urgent needs are concerned. We being wisely used and not wasted.It Simlar Kelly of Lake Butler, daughter, Annie Lois Cox, Hopewell A. M. E. Church. Or- ter now.SUNDAY. Interested persons should -

heartily approve this "emergency is usually the small minority who wish to thank all friends for (above) to Alfred McKnight, der of services today: Sunday' contact the home demonstration .

step" and it is only a step to are most able to pay who make the their acts of kindness shown son of Rev. McKnight and the school 10 a.m.; morning wor-' agent, Mrs. Clarice Robinson;

bring county revenue in line with loudest complaint. And if they are during her illness and subse- late Mrs. L. M. McKnight.Miss ship 11 a.m.; A. C. E. League A Landmark: Lord, thou office at 430 NW 4th Avenue; '" '.. -..'.
quent death. Mrs. Mae Annie Lois Cox was 4 p.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. hast been our dwelling place in telephone FR 3571'"or '"horn
county needs. tightly organized, as they usuallyare Perry, Mrs. Annie Lee Smith graduated from Lincoln School The public is invited to all serv- all generations. Before the telephone 372-7528. *' .

they can call the signals and and Mrs. Leola Richardson, and has two years of nursing ices at Hopewell. Vacation Bible -mountains were brought forth, ..
In addition to giving the School keep control of the ball. daughters, Mrs. Willie Mae education. She is employed at School will begin Monday or ever thous hadst formed the BAND TO MEET '" -

Board a little room to breathe in its Perry, reporter. the University Teaching Hos- Aug. 17 and close Friday Aug. earth and the world, even from The City Wide MissionaryBand ..

fiscal jacket, this selective appraisal A second desirable result (as men- pital in the Medical Unit as 28, ten days. The public is invit- everlasting to everlasting, thou will meet Monday at 4:39'"
BIBLE SCHOOL SET ed. Rev. Clifton Simmons, art God. Psalm 90:1: m. at the Bell'i Nursery,
nurse assistant.The pas- p.
hike has two values: First, it tioned above) of the stepped-up as- '' ..-_- "
The Vacation Bible School elect gradu- tor; Miss Willie Mae Perry, re Mrs. E. T. Bell, preside
groom was ... .
demonstrates what can be done when sessment base is the "drawing in" will begin at the Hopewell A. ated also from Lincoln High porter.

the people and the people's official of many property owners who (because M. E. Church at Lake Butler, School. He is in partnershipwith PERSONALSMrs.. Irene Days of 1631 NE LODGE TO MEET

representatives get down to brass of homestead exemption) have August 17 through 28 from 7 the N. and M. Cleaners on BROOKER NEWS Fourth Ave. is visiting with her The Pallbearers Lodge No.

tacks on school tax and other prob- escaped the tax net. We are not p. m. to 9 p. m. N. E. 3rd Avenue. Singers to AppearThe son, Johnny Days, in New : 113 will meet Tuesday Aug. 11 _
There will be discussion Florida at 8 m. at the regular meeting ;
a on Suwannee p.
Singers -
lems of public revenue. Second, it advocating the removal of homestead York City. She will also visit
the theme: "God's Word. will render a musical place. All assessments will
brings homesteads into the It would be REVIVAL MEETINGSThe program her daughter and son'- in law,
many quite unrealistic be paid in this meeting.
The public is invited. revival at the at Greater Bell Methodist -
taxpaying bracket that were hereto- to do so. But when evalua- meetings Church ,Sunday at 8 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Daniels Charlie Ross, pres., Mrs. F. D,
Mr. Moriah Church
Baptist and family, in New Jersey
fore exempt (by virtue of the home- tions for tax purposes are raised, CLUB MEETINGThe with Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor There will be no admission buta and Mrs. Mozell Brown of Ro-,I Shannon, reporter.

stead act) because of too low ap many new entries appear in the tax Children's Club of the : will begin on Monday at 8 freewill offering will be tak- chester N. Y. Her stay will II
praisal. books.If Lincoln Estate will hold its p. m. en. The public is i invited. Mrs. be indefinite.Mrs. MEETING

meeting at the home of Miss The Rev George Jones, of Henrietta O'Neal, sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Jackson and The Progressive Choirs
Union will hold its business
Nellie Moore, I
Evetta McDonald on August 15 Clermont will be in charge of reporter. children, 927 SE 10th St., have
Take the first point. It is permis- a home worth $10,000 has been PERSONALSMrs. meeting at the Spring Hill Baptist -
at 8
p. m. the returned home after
sible under the law to push the as- appraised at $5,000, the owner paysno All children interested in meetings.The public is invited to at Thelma Cudjo has returned double funeral of attendinga her two Church on Monday at 8 p.m.

sessment level to the hundred per tax, although he has children in joining the club are asked to be tend. to Ft. Lauderdale after uncles, Ezekiel McPherson and The president is asking all
cent mark of value. Some school and benefits vacationing here with relatives members to be present. Mrs.
"just" con- otherwise from present. James Loel, in Lakeland. The
and friends. She reported Quincy Marks, reporter.
tend that it is mandatory. In any tax-supported programs and ser ALACHUA NEWS pleasant a family wishes to thank all
very stay.
event, valuations (for tax purposes) vices. Utilizing a true-value base (or NOTICE Festival Successni Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ross friends who sent flowers and CHOIR REHEARSAL AT MT.

can be raised voluntarily by county something near it) will bring more, The American Legion Post The "Hymn Festival" that are vacationing in Fort laud- condolences.Mrs. I MORIAH

authority to bring income and ex- democratic and equitable participation No. 306 and Ladies' Auxiliaryare was held at the Paradise Meth- erdale this week. Friends wish Rosetta Taylor recently Choir Number Two of Mt.
asked to meet jointly todayat odist Church last Sunday at 5 for them a pleasant stay. returned to the city after visit. Moriah Baptist Church will
pense into balance. in government support. Inciden- 3 p. m. at Recreation Cen p. m. was very successful ing relatives and friends in meet for rehearsal ThursdayAug.

tally, it will remove most objectionsto ter. which was given on behalf of New York City. 13 at 8 p. m. Membersare

Alachua County assessments have the homestead exemption act. the church. Deacon and Mrs. Willie B. asked to please] be on lime.
.... ,,, Allen left
for New
U" ""W''' '' '> recently
been based on 48-plus per cent of ap- The attendance was good. Miss Gertha Foxworth, presi-
York to visit the World'sFair
praised cash value. This appears to The first gesture has been made. of and City also relatives and dent; Mrs. Callie S. Brooks, di-

be far less than just value, however However, to assure continuation of INSTALLATION CLOSING '; friends in that section. Their rector.
The Installation Services for
that may be defined. The simple the upward course of fiscal respon- ..: I stay will be indefinite.
the of the Shady Grove
dtvi / pastor
fact is that what the ad valorem sibility and management is a matter 4 Primitive Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morris -Q&b tuar. t.5
and infant Michael
base will be rests with local authority that may need some pushing. It which began Monday is closing. son, Gregory
of West Hollywood were
unless recent court decisions, occurs, to us that this push might be today. recent visitors here. Both are MR. NATHANIEL KING

ordering upward adjustment, are ex- provided by the cooperative effortsof During the day, a program former residents of this city. Final rites for Mr. Nathaniel

panded to include Alachua County.It local organizations that are will- will be rendered.The Mrs. Morris is the daughter of King of Archer, who died Aug.
i public is invited to at- Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Souder
ing to "champion the cause. For it 2 at the University Teaching
end. 1 and Mr. Morris is the of
son Hospital following a brief illness
should be a matter of pride to is as sure as death and taxes that
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morris, ,will be conducted today at
act from choice rather than judicial there will be opposition both secret
k Sr. of Archer. Their visit was 1 p.m. from the Shiloh Baptist
compulsion. Why wait to be proddedinto and open, to any move that means City wide MissionaryBand scheduled to attend the birthday Church with the Elder J. J.

equitable and businesslike tax money out of pocket at taxpayingtime will meet at the Bell's of Rev. Souder. Mrs. Mor- Jones officiating. Interment will

practice? even though the extra dollars Nursery School Monday at ris is a graduate of Lincoln follow in the New Shiloh Ceme
4:30 p. m. High School and Livingstone tery.
could be casually spent (or lost)
College, Salisbury, N. C. She is Mr. is survived
King by eight
What the practical level of assess- in most cases without being missed.
NOTICEThe I a music teacher in the school children, Nathaniel King, WillieF.
ment should be (assuming that 100 CASH SURPRISERev. Pallbearers' Lodge No. BISHOP HATCHER TO SPEAK system of Broward County. King Jr., Mrs. Hursur King,

per cent is not required) can be determined Let's call off the semantic game of R. Sams, (above) as- 113 will meet at the regular Bishop Eugene C. Hatcher, Mrs. Mary C. DeBose of 1514 Mrs. Ethelene King, Mrs. Rosa

by projecting the county's defining words and phrases in the sistant of the New Hope Baptist -meeting place Tuesday at 8 p. presiding prelate of the Eleventh SE Hawthorne Road recently King, Mrs Sarah Devon Mrs

expenses, in terms of present and Church, at Williston, was Episcopal District of the A. returned from an extended tripto Linda T, King, and Robert King;
future programs, and by a simple law to mean what we want themto given a cash surprise by the m.During the meeting, all as-, M. E. Church and chairman of New _London, Conn., and three sisters, Mrs. China Mae

mean. To quibble over "just members and friends recently.Mrs. sessments are to be paid in: the board of management of Ed- other sections of New England. Murry, Mrs. Viola Patterson,
process of accounting. Thus an adequate value "true value "full ( Bessie Mae Wesley, re full. ward Waters College, Jackson While there she visited many Mrs. Hattie Lymus and other
or or
tax program can be developedthat porter.) ville, will) be present at the 11 relatives and friends in that relatives and friends. The family -
will "balance the books" value" is ,to nullify the law's intent. AILING AT HOME a.m. service today to bring the section. and friends are to meet at

with a respectable reserve for con- How just is just? How true is true? FAMILY REUNIONThe Mrs. S. A. Green clerk of the message. The bishop is a national Mrs. L. C. Cohen has returned the home of Mrs. China Mae

tingencies.We How full is full? How much of whatis family reunion that was Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist figure, and is one of the most from Philadelphia, Pa. visiting -,' Murray in Archer at 12:15: .
held at Magnolia Beach recently Church, Is ailing at her home. distinguished men of the church her daughters ,and grand- form the cortege _that will
48-plus cent? It is obvious that
per was enjoyed by the following She is secretary of the Mt. and race. He is a great preacher daughter. 'She attended the proceed to the church. Thest
have always maintained that there is ample "room to move" in persons: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Olive Primitive Church Pover. and singer. graduation of her granddaughter -services are under the directionof

there is money to be had (for educa- adjusting the revenue base to reve- Franklin, city; Mr. and Mrs. ty Fund Club. The public is invited to be Miss Thelma Louise Ta- the Hughes and Chestnut Fu..

tion and other public enterprises) nue needs. McGollis, Melrose; Mr. and The members of the club are present to hear his sermon. He tum: daughter of Mrs. Cora ,neral Home.
will be Clark, from the PhiladelphiaHigh
Mrs. Clayton and family, all asked to visit her. Mrs. F. D. accompanied by his wife, GUY HOWARDMr.
Mrs. Oretha T. Hatcher, whois School for Girls. Othersin
Melrose: Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Shannon, reporter. Howard
supervisor of the missionarywork attendance were Thelma's Guy a long time
Clain, city; Mr. and Mrs. Don- of Florida and the Baha aunt, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Cohenof resident of Alachua.County, diedin
derson, Miami; Mrs. Gracie BUSINESS MEETINGThe mas. Miami, also her aunt and the Alachua General Hospital '

Voice of the People Jones, city; Mrs. Uman and: Progressive Choirs' Music for this service ,will be uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thursday after !* lingering ill-

I IOn children, Melrose; Mrs. Lagu- Union will hold its business furnished by choir no. 3, Mrs.L. Hamilton. Other daughters pres- ness.,Funeral arrangements will ;
rey and daughter, city; Mrs. meeting at the Spring Hill Baptist V. Davis, president; Mr. Mor- ent were Mrs. Clark and Miss be announced later, by the Dun- '
Ii Iiopt. Irene James, Mrs. Minnie Church on Monday at 8 ris Allen, soloist. Rosa Cohen. can Brothers Morticians.

The Sun's Opinion Page==_= Alexander and family; Eddie p. m., August 10. At 3 p.m. a special program EMMA R. HAILE
Lee Brown and family, city; The president is asking allbiAULDIN will be rendered. A short sermon CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSShady Funeral services for Mrs. Em-

...... eel cemmeiits ef Sun reefers ere w.Ie.... Im the Veice .f the ,..,.. column. Letters will be delivered by the Grove Primitive Baptist ma Roundtree Halle of 327 NW
mutt be signed end beer the writer's .44,.... H.... will be withheld. if ........ *. A letter sheuUnet I I!pastor, Rev. Walter S. White. : Sunday. School ,,10 a. ,'m. 8th 8tr et,' will -Sc hell at the .
exceed 500 wends end mutt be written .. err e.. aide el the ..'. Peetry cennef be vaiL The Following this, the cornerstonefor The pastor will review the les Second Morning!: !5ta! Baptist -
SUB intent.reserves the right te reject say letter e* re iherteu. it, witheut| the writer's maeniee w the annex will be laid by the son. Morning Service at 11 a.m.: Church in Rutledge today at

Masons of metropolitan Gaines- will begin with i consecra- 4:30 p.m. with Rev. W. D. Den-

ville. Mr. Fred Alexander, Gen- tion, song service and devo- nis and A. F. Alexander officiat-
Why Wallace made our country great, and Sun carried a notice of the eral Grand High Priest, will of tion. The pastor will deliver a ing. Interment will follow in tat '
that his entire
efforts have death of Flannery O'Connor. ficiate. Mrs. Altamese Wingate, sermon which will be followedby Rutledge .I
l been directed toward awakening Aside from the sadness of cemetery.
Communion Covenant .
WithdrewEDITOR reporter.ILL > Mrs. Haile, a member of the
the people of the coun- learning of the too-early loss
Meeting and feet washing.
Greater Bethel A. M. E.
try to the danger of destroying of one of the finest and most ;
AT HOME Evening service at 7 m.Rev. '
Sun: GeorgeC. p died July 30th after,a lingering .
these concepts if present- responsible artists of my gen- Mrs. Hallie Jackson is recup- R. J. Gainous, pastor,' Ilness. .
reply to a recent of Alabama letter, by in trends continued. eration, and of one who ex- erating in her home from an Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter.; .Family request that floral

this writer in which the He feels that the time of traordinarily expressed the illness. Friends are hoping for contributions be omitted a nOd
contribution to the overall possible his withdrawing from the quality of her native South, I her a complete recovery real ANNOUNCEMENTSThe that contributions be made to

national .welfare by the- presidential race will Impress was particularly saddenedby G soon. Alachua County girls 4-H, Greater Bethel A. M. E. Church l lD
the manner of the Sun' Club will depart for at
governor was commended by upon those meeting in camp > her honor.
reason of his action in with- Atlantic City that they must announcement.In CONFINED AT HOME Doe Lake near Ocala on Monday Mrs Haile was a member of

drawing from the presidential also .recognize this danger.In an inch of type, toward Mrs. S. A. Green is convalescing" at 10 a. m. During the Pallbearers lodge 113. Relatives
at her residence from week members will live in the
race, stated in effect a will meet at the residence at i
his closing remarks, the the bottom of page 14, and I recent sickness. Neighbors and scenic National Forest. Cabins I 3:45 pjn. to form the procession
That he withdrew from the governor stated that the fightfor softened by few additional f :?4 friends are happy that she is are located in the vicinity for ,to the, church.

race because he felt that the these concepts must words, I found the informa- much imporved. Mrs. ,Green Is housing.The Duncan Brothers Mortician
mission that he and his sup- never stop until the governm -: tion that Miss O'Connor was clerk of the Mt. Olive .Primi- girls will engage in edu- is in charge of funeral) arrange
porters had set out to per- -u> 4* returned to some tive Baptist Church and secretary cational and recreation ex- mens.

form had been accomplished, arasUtutionalgrinciples.GEORGE 39 years of age, that she ,of the Poverty Club_of Mt I >eriences. Some of the activities

that Americans all over the D. BENNETT wrote, and that she had once Olive. Members are remindedto are swimming, crafts, health JAMES DYE

country were now talking Alachua got -a grant 'I find it a nag- visit Mrs. Green. Mrs. F. D. and safety, first aid, nature and Final rites for James Dye of

about states' rights, local ging and peculiarly personal Shannon, reporter.ON environmental studies, social Micanopy were held Saturday at
government, protection of the Sad and physical development, and 2:30 pjn. from the Church 6!
free enterprise system and Summary embarrassment to live in a THE MENDMr. dental hygiene. 'God in Unity No. 2 on NE 8th

the right to free use of time when such an obituaryis Will Knight is sick in This year Alachua County Ave. with Elder James Williams

private property. Of AchievementEDITOR thought to summarize his home but is improving nice- girls; will camp with girls from officiating. Interment followed {

achievement ,..(Ntue.N1 :: ly. He is a member of the Poverty Marion County through August in the Micanopy cerae*
These are concepts, he fur Sun: On Tuesday I "- Fund Club. Members of the tery. Duncan Brothers Morticians }

ther stated. which have of this week the"Galnwille' ]] PATRICIA LAURENCELLE -1 MUST HAVE STRUCK A NEV ." club are requested to visit him* 15.The adult leaden for camp wert In charjt. .__ __ '

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By JULES Loll congressional campaign urged fired it up and announced with I'm not working, I get tired of uca-- '
NEW YORK (AP) In his election of men who would support satisfaction through a billow of myself.
)0th year the old Federalist, But Honors Galore Due : Woodrow Wilson. When smoke, "We're back in busi- Judging from the pace of his A I
John Adams, observed that his "
Hoover's name was entered ness. 90 years, there is little likeli-! I
health was not what it once was without his permission in the Hoover has little patience hood Herbert Hoover ever will

but three that miles he over still, a rugged could "walk rocky Ex-President Monday Michigan Democratic primary, with those who take themselvestoo get tired of himself. For Our Personal I
mountain." he drew the largest vote. Franklin seriously. His favorite testi-
------- D. Roosevelt has been quot- monial is one from a Boys Club Police HaltDemonstration
On the eve of his 90th birthday
suite since 22 er's life and ed in a letter to Josephus Dan- that says simply: "Herbert
May a :
Herbert Hoover, the grand old year ago accomplishmentscan I
man of the Grand Old Party, when he got dressed and went view then without emotional -! ieh} as saying that "Herbert Hoover is a good egg." Recentlyhe Brand of Service II
would enjoy nothing better. downstairs against .his doctor's distraction. They are able to Hoover is certainly a wonder, got a chuckle when a sixth I
But there will be no mountain orders to pay honor to the astronaut sec him not as the architect of and I wish we could make him grade .class in Enid, Okla., I
hikes for Herbert Hoover. For Gordon Cooper. The exer- the depression to use the 1932 I President of the United States. named a pet ground squirrel In New YorkNEW
several years now he has tion was more than he could phrase, but as the engineer of There could not be a betterone. Mr Hoover, then discovered it We Want You To I
tramped his beloved fields and take and he went right to bed. A programs that saved more thana ." i was girl. One of his favorite YORK (AP) Mounted
fishing streams only in his few weeks later he fell seriously billion persons from famine Hoover never bothered to answer stories is about a youngster police broke up a Times Squarearea Know Our Employees 1! I
memory of younger days. But ill from anemia and internal after two great wars as the the personal abuse leveled years ago who asked him for: demonstration against U.S.
when he celebrates his birthday bleeding. hf-nd:' of massive studies that resulted against him. ."No man can I three autographs, explaining it'military activities in SoutheastAsia
Monday and joins Adams as the Hoover now spends his days in streamlining govern- catch up with a lie," he reasoned took two Hoovers to get one Saturday, taking at least a
only nonagenarians among working a little, but the major' ment organization, as the dedi- "If the American people Babe Ruth. dozen persons into custody.As I
former presidents, he will ex work he set out to do when he cated public servant who never wish to believe such things Hoover writes everything, thousands of strollers -
perience once again something left the White House, work thatas has accepted a cent for his services about me, it cannot be helped." from ponderous books to lettersto looked on, four policemen on
denied him in the vigor of his recently as last year and es the voluntary headof Instead he has contented himself children, in longhand with a horseback charged into a knot tMIRIAM
life: A warm and sincere out- matched his own incredible en- a dozen educational, charitable with retirement to what he pencil. Typewriters, dictating of 100 persons at Broadway and ,
pouring of affection by his coun- ergy with that of eight secretaries and scientific organizationsfrom calls his "comfortable monas- machines, even ball point pens, 47th street, scattering them to ?r
trymen. To Herbert Clark Hoover and a research stair, is virtually tery" in the Waldorf and busies he says, are "stimulants to ver the sidewalks. I.
the Boys Clubs to the
a man his country and even finished. Now he has only himself with writing his memo bosity."
his party once discarded, this two secretaries and seldom sits'World Rehabilitation Fund.It oirs, his well received "The Or- Seven years ago when he went Police used radio cars and co-
must be .a joy ,unmatched even at his desk. is one of the ironies of deal of Woodrow Wilson," his out to Independence, Mo., to mandeered taxis to take prisoners -
by the exquisite sight of a May- There is nothing in the impos- Hoover's life that political partisanship massive four-volume account of help dedicate the library of one to a police station.
fly dancing on a trout stream.He ing suite to remind him of the i should bring him such his relief work, and a historical of his warmest friends, Harry Police said they had warned
will receive the formal felIcitations bitter years. grief, because he himself never work yet to be published that Truman, a local matron flut- Philip Luce, identified as a
of the Congress and Many Americans today were had a taste for it. traces events which have fol- tered up and asked what ex- spokesman for the group, that
the President and tv'! flags unborn, or were babies, duringthe He had held public office in lowed U.S. recognition of Com- presidents do when they retire. I the demonstration would not be
flown over the Capitol and the anguished days of the Great two admInistrations, Republicanand munist Russia. "Madam," said Hoover, "we' allowed.
White House on that day espe- Depression and knew only by Democratic, and before he Hoover regards his pipe as a spend our time taking pills and Luce, speaking near the stat- PERDOMO
cially in his honor. hearsay that shanty towns once ran for the presidency the barometer of his health. Two dedicating libraries. I ue of Father Francis P. Duffy,
But the light has grown dim in were called J Hoovervilles, news- only office he eve, sought, and years ago, when surgeons removed But the joke didn't apply to a landmark in the Times Squarearea Miriom is one of our three key punch
his steel gray eyes. His collar papers spread over park bench that reluctantly nobody: was a malignant tumor, he Hoover. He maintains stoutly I. began to tell the crowd operators. The cord she punches for
fits loosely around the once tenants were Hoover blankets quite sure what party he be- sat up in bed a few days after that no one should retire from that the purpose of the gather each debit or credit for any department -
thick neck and his health is con- and signs carried by bonus longed to. the operation and asked appre- work or he "will shrivel up intoa I ing was to object peacefully to starts The the automatic wheels
working. result
is a current balance
siderably feebler than that of marchers said "In Hoover we He had supported Teddy hensively for his pipe. The nuisance, talking to everybody: "Johnson's war in Viet Nam." at the end of the day in any
the robust Adams. He hasn't trusted, now we're busted." Roosevelt's Republican bolt in nurse asked the doctor and the about pains and pills and in- Then police moved in, clearing department for each account.
been out of his Waldorf Towers Those woo now look at Hoov- 1212, and during the 1918 doctor said all right. Hoover come tax." He has said, "when: the area within 15 minutes.
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I Senate OKsMilitary I Business wag Too GoodFor t

Florida Battles Water Pollution

; Work the Kennedy Kids
f for than $1.5 billion of military
r By DON NORTHTALLAHASSEE Jacksonville's commer cia 1 Pensacola has hired engineersto more HYANNIS PORT, Mass. (AP) when they learned the identities
construction in this coun-
(AP-Water) lifeline, the St. Johns River, is design a sewage treatment and Senate -Business was too good for of the storekeepers.But .

pollution is a $50 million-a-year $50 Million Yearly CostIsn't heavily polluted despite the plant to give secondary treat- proval try Saturday overseas won after brief ap-de- the sidewalk stands run by after the word got around, j
headache to Florida's cities. city's $15 million sewage treat- ment and-rid Pensacola Bay of
bate. nieces and nephews of the late Hyannis Port's narrow streets
This is the average annual ment plant. The river is classedas the pollution'caused by discharge I
Problem Passage was by unanimousvote were jammed, and police had to
Solving President John F. Kennedy.
expenditure statewide for treatment an industrial.river and used of primary sewage from
[ of 64 senators. be called to direct traffic.
plants and facilities to for the disposal of both indus- the existing plant. I The measure now goes back to I They closed up shop Friday

prevent sewage and industrial trating wells and contaminatingopen Lauderdale is building a seven- trial and sanitary wastes. There are $12 to $15 million the House which is expected to after customers and tourists in And the enterprising Kennedykids

wastes from reaching precious bodies of water. million-gallon treatment plant, ,I But officials are working to worth of sewage treatment pro- name conference committees to I this seaside community had decided, reluctantly, they
water resources. Another section of the ordin- and Dania, Hallandale, Pom- clean up tributaries of the St. jects under way now along the work out compromises.The I were too successful and went
snarled traffic the Kenne-
Last year, the State Board of ance sets standards for new in- pano, Deerfield and Hollywood Johns such as Long Branch, east coast of Volusia County, breakdown for Florida of near out of business.
Health reports, it examined dustries and requires existing either are building or expanding. Deer Creek and the Ortega Riv- reports Dr. D. V. Galloway, funds approved by the Senate dy compound. The little storekeepers were
plans for $56 million worth ofi industries to get in line by 1968.' ." 1 er. county health officer.In committee, with Houseapprovedfigures The children, operating from the children of the late presI-

i such equipment. The year before The Broward County Commis-, Treatment plants themselves I Hillsborough County Sanitar- Orange City, the Board of in parentheses included: orange-crate counters, offered dent's brother, Atty. Gen. Robert
the figure was $59 mil- sion also has acted. Two years account for some pollution.The ian Henry Crowell reports that Health issued an order Aug. 4 Naval Air Station, Key West, I F. Kennedy, and his sister,
lion.But ago it created a utilities depart- city of St. Petersburg has warning local residents to boil $617,000 (same); Naval Station, postcards, medallions and sou- Mrs. R. Sargent Shriver, Mrs.
pollution, ranging from a ;Tampa completed a large venirs to raise funds for the:Peter Lawford and Mrs. Stephen
ment and started buying up financially -gives its sewage a "primary"treatment their water after one of three Key West, $428,000 (same)
bad well to the spoiling of an solid private water before discharging it interceptor sewer to clean up water company wells was con- Air Force: Atlantic Missile Kennedy Memorial Library to Smith.

entire river, continues to be a and sewage utilities. into Tampa Bay. This treat- i the Hillsborough River by di- demned. Range, Cape Kennedy, $1,210- be built in Boston. Among those at the stands
problem as the state's growth George Lohmeyer, Board of ment is not sufficient to pre-verting sewage from Temple 000 (same); Patrick AFB, Cocoa were Maria Shriver, 8; Robert
accelerates. Health sanitary engineer for I,vent the discharge from con-I Terrace. Crowell says conditions The Chamber of Commerce Beach, $3,300,000 (same); Pat. They raised nearly $50 in two Kennedy Jr., 10; his brother,

Secretary of State Tom Ad- Broward, says the idea is to taminating the bay. are generally good other- calls Orange City "The Town of rick AC and W, Cocoa Beach, 'days from flabbergasted tour David, 11, and sister Mary, 7;

ams has warned that millions of eliminate septic tanks, which The Board of Health has disapproved -wise. Pure Water." $128,000 (same). J ists who became willing buyers and Sydney Lawford, 7.
dollars are being spent on fresh taken from
get the major blame for caus-
water conservation projects ing pollution. the bay (once a major indus-
which are wasted If the projects Lohmeyer said that, in neigh- try) and a number of beaches

become polluted. borhoods using septic tanks, have been tagged unfit for
Adams proposed that.the Leg- drainfields reach canals, ponds swimming.The .
islature the State Conservation
arm and wells. With sanitary sewers,1 city plans to build two .- pd Via. S1 .rw..
Department with new this waste could be chemically secondary treatment plants
authority and send it into the treated and rendered almost starting this year. William Value
battle against pollution being harmless. Dunn, head of the sanitation di- Top Stamps

waged by local government."We "There seems to be a grow-! vision of the Health Depart-

are throwing our money ing public awareness of pollution ment, says this should make
away if we strive to preservea ," says Lohmeyer. "Fort, the bay safe again.
resource such as water and

then find it polluted and unus- GIFT CATALOG

able,"said says Adams.He waste .from septic Rocky Once More to Seek

tanks, detergents, salt water,
Industrial wastes and raw sew- 'Moderation' From Barry
age are flowing into the state's "
critical fresh water resourcesIn Li' IT'S NEW GET YOUR FREE COPY at 0 o RE S J :"a
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Gov. day's GOP "unity conference"at ssoW
ever-increasing volume.
an Nelson A. Rockefeller is goingto Hershey, Pa., before deciding
"The problem is serious and
make another attempt to what role to take in the presi-
said Adams adding '
getting worse, -
steer Republican presidential dential campaign.The .
that steps must be taken
nominee Barry Goldwater toward -i said Rockefellerwas ,
now because Florida's industrial sources
development and population a more "moderate" policy withholding a statement on
are leap-frogging. I line, sources close to Rockefeller his personal plans in order to I14ftilAjJ! :

Adams responded to a state- say. use it as a bargaining device at TOP

wide Associated Press survey The governor is withholdingany Hershey. His object will be to I
taken to learn what is being commitment to campaign persuade Goldwater to take a : VALUE

done about water pollution. The personally for the Goldwater- more moderate approach duringthe tilclcor{smoked :_ STAMPS
survey shows much pollution Miller ticket, either within or campaign, it was said. -- .i 50 EXTRA STAMPS with TARNOW Reg. 59#

and much under way to checkit. outside New York State. Goldwater invited Republican Sli. Bologna LB. 49<

Rockefeller's public position, governors and gubernatorial 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH OSCAR MAYER
Miami, perhaps, has taken a spokesman said Friday, is candidates to the meeting to
the biggest single step toward that he is standing by his oft-re- promote party unity behind his RESERVED LB. 69g
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aimed at
year controllingboth
water and air pollution.The however, be translated into' Leaps to DeathSAN
ordinance has campaign speaking appearances
real teeth.
in behalf of Goldwater, saidRockefeller's Sliced BACON
Among other things, it bans the FRANCISCO (AP) An
use or sale of "hard" deter- press secretary, unidentified young man leapedto Grade A" Quick Frozen
Robert L. McManus. He said
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. 'Florida Cowgirl' Faces Turn "

Red as Jet

Roundup Is OnA Spoils ShowMIAMI

contest to determine the conjunction with the 9th Annual (AP-A public rela-
"Florida Cowgirl" with the Quarter-Horse Show here Sept. tions man's nightmare.That .
most beauty poise and person- 5 and 6, and the winning Cow r1' could describe an inaug- .
ality will be staged here Sept. girl will reign over the Horse ural flight Friday in a new
4 and 5, sponsored by the Ala- Show, according to Deputy s Fi United Air Lutes Boeing 727, ,
chua County Junior Deputy Sheriff Ed MacClellan. '..x three-jet passenger plane that .Y 4 /
Sheriffs League. 4 left Miami International Air
"We want who sf
girls are interested -
The contest will be staged in I: in horses and riding," port.
Seated in the passenger com-
MacClellan said, but conceded
partment awaiting steak lunch-
"all that is necessary is to be
eons were groups of Dade
able to sit on a horse."
County and Miami public offi-
The girls will be judged !In a4Q cials and other notables.

both "cowgirl" costumes and <' Shortly after takeoff, with the
swim suits. Both married and pilot describing every move
single women can enter. A over the public address system, Lic :: t $a,

passengers noticed the plane
Deadline for contest entries is tw
lurch to one side and then the
Aug. 21 at 5 p.m. at the Ala y" N
t other. Then it started losing al
Hik94? %
1r chua County Sheriff's Office, a a titude. .7..
MacClellan said.
The pilot explained that the
The purpose of the Cowgirl throttle linkage to one engine
Contest Is to stimulate local interest : had jammed, that he had shutit '
in the Quarterhorse Show, 3 ; off and was heading back for
the only show of its kind in the d the airport. ::

southeast, the deputy said. The plane landed safely, '"
4 though it was quickly surrounded $
Contest rules the
require en- '
by fire trucks and ambu-
4 trants to be at least 16 years UF Prof. N. Eldred Bingham (background) was on lances. A
old by Sept. 4. Judging will be hand in India when D. S. Kothari (right) accepted iv ,
4f in three phases, in a bathingsuit shipment of books from Dr. Clanton W. Williams, Someone suggested that the I
western clothes, and a chief education advisor for AID. city county officials remain
.i W\ poise and personality inter- aboard to enjoy their steaks, but ,
most had lost their appetites.
view. Western dress be
.. blue jeans, riding slacks may or cow UF Professor in India Newly CommissionedThirteen

girl dresses.A Youths
'Greets' U.S. Gift BooksWhen Sign Up received commissionsin
$5 entry fee is being charged. KUALA LUMPUR MalaysiaAP University of Florida Army ROTC graduates
The contest will receive a ( ) More than 650,000 the U.S. Army yesterday in a ceremonies at the University of Florida
$100 Savings Bond and a trophy; 12,000 books arrived in which promotes and coordinates Malaysian youths' between 21 Medical Center. Shown here shaking the hand of a new officer is J. Pierce
the three runners up will receive -India recently a gift from university education In In- and 29 have registered for national Smith, (R) Alachua County Tax Assessor and Colonel in the U.S. Army Re-
$5 gift certificates and the U.S. Agency for Interna, defense since last December serves, who gave the main address. The new officer is Lt. John H. Carmichael of
dia.Dr. Sarasota shown his fiancee Miss Kathe Brieht. Three Gainesville
tional Development for use in with men
Bingham, a professor of in their new country's driveto
trophies. summer institutes Univer-' were among those commissioned, Lea G. Gramling Jr., Alonzo F. Green Jr. and
education, is on a two-year oppose Indonesia's crush
sity of Florida Professor N. El;leave of absence from the University ,Malaysia policy. Bennett C. Weaver. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis)
Royalty Bar dred Bingham was on hand. ; of Florida while work-

The books were presented to ing with a team of educators
KABUL, Afghanistan AP) the University Grants Commis- from the Columbia University

Asked by King Mohammed Za- sion, an autonomous body Teachers' College. I & -

Brown haired, brown eyed hir to make a way for more democracy Under the AID program Dr. .
Janet Ernst 20, of 221 SE 70th in Afghanistan, Premier Leaving KenyaLONDON Bingham and other eminent I,
St., is one of the first entriesin :Mohammad Yousuf has sub- scientists and educators are
the "Florida Cowgirl" con- mitted a constitution barring (AP) All British assisting In institutes under nLqJ fabric

test to be held here Sept. 4-5. members of the royal family troops will be withdrawn from contract with leading Amer- ALWAYS
A sophomore at the Univer- the former African colony of ican universities.AID .
sity of Florida, she is spon- from high political posts. The.Kenya by Dec. 12, the Ministryof also makes available
sored by the Florida Phar National Assembly votes on the Defense announced. latest teaching aids, textbooksand

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U.S. 3rd BiRacialMember I

Treasury Smuggling Charged Quits

I WASHINGTON (AP-A col-: tained valuable coins. Many dollars -man indicated the questioningmay swerable to Congress.
I '
lector in Orlando Fla., charged minted in the 1870s and 1880 have been inspired by an' has ST. AUGUSTINE (APA
q = !Saturday that some Treasury were sold at face value to col advertisement in a coin maga- There been an investigation third member of the St. Augus-
> conducted by the secret
r I employes had made $20 million lectors. tine biracial committee quit Sat.
service the said
zine.The spokesman but
I by swapping ordinary coins for When only about 3 million silver collector contended that this was set off by an advertise- urday.He .
4t rare ones prized by collectors. sollars were left, the rush! 800 bags containing 1,000 silver ment in a coin magazine which
Elmo Hast-
The Treasury promptly denied dollars apiece had been was Causey, a
grew so frantic that the Treas- promised "inside information"about
the reports. switched.He ings businessman, who said he
ury ordered a halt to further the type of coins in the
The collector, Charles Slade purchases. It announced at the I said at least two dozen em- treasury's vaults. Agents still believed that a St. Augustine
said newly minted silver dollars time that the remaining coinsin I ployes had been fired as a resultof are questioning collectors in this resident would be in a better position

ik9n were substituted for the rare its vaults were especially I the switch. investigation, he said. to understand the city'sracial
: coins and that the rare coins valuable since they were some The treasury spokesman said problems.The .
were smuggled out of the build- of the relatively few minted at I. there was no truth to any reports -

: Y .ya ing."I the Carson City, Nev., mint in of dollars being switchedor Egg Market committee, named
k purchased some of them the 1870s and 1880s. I employes fired. Wednesday night by the St.
myself," Slade said. I He said some of the coins sold JACKSONVILLE (AP) The Johns County grand jury, has
There could have been no Northeast Florida Egg Market
In recent years, the govern- switch of newly minted silver I on a first come, first served prices to retailers: not set a date for its first meet-
ment's supply of hundreds of basis a few months ago came
dollars since none have been ing.
millions of the silver dollars has 1 out of vaults which had not been Extra large 42% 47, mostly
minted since 1935.
dwindled rapidly. When the number opened since 1935. .45-46; large 40*-45, mostly 42; The other two who quit, Andrew

held by the treasury reached Slade said two secret service He said the treasury's cash I medium 34-38, mostly 36 37;i McGhin Jr., and Hallie

about 20 million, there was a agents questioned him Thursdayin operations were under joint con small 2520, mostly 27. Jones, both also white, said they
rush by collectors and dealers, connection with the switchingof trol of treasury auditors and the Poultry at farms: fryers 14;I objected to being named without I

who knew that some vaults con- coins, but a treasury spokes- comptroller general, who is an- hens light 5-61h. being consulted.


Slightly SimilarSharon

Kelley, a junior journalism major at the University, points to Saigon, SAVETHRICE.
showing how it is located to its peninsular country in much the same way
Miami is related to Florida. Miss Kelley returned to the United States in April I .
:after 15 months in Saigon.

Viet Nam Like U.S. to Her LOW/ EVERYDAY ,


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(This first person accountof compared to our usual activitiesat The Palace was entered at _-...-.-..- -- r.t.. "{ ,.i. \I. t' '#.-'>,.t.".. ;".-.-.f'. -....hAoo .,..

her experiences in Saigon, home. f 6:30 ajn. on November 2 aftera o .as. GREEN STAMPS ,. ? .: },: ; L : 0

Viet Nam, was written last Then one'summer afternoonlast tank battle on the street just ..,.,\",rw .+.-! Oy., <
week before the attack on year the religious crisis in below us. Riding home throughthe V'i
U. S. warships by Sharon Viet Nam reached a dramatic jubilant crowds later that 7> > "

Kelley, a junior journalism peak and our lives began to morning was a very strange
major at the University. Miss change. The country was not thrill.
Kelley returned to the United only at war with the Communists November was such an histor- TIoo m FIRST F l : DrIIR

States in April after spend- but the city of Saigon itself ical month for so many peo- }
15 months in .
ing Saigon. Her became a center of unrest. ple. The weekend of November22nd

father, former chief of policein We began to avoid crowds down- made such a tremendous . . ." ." .' !" '
Ft. Lauderdale, w a straining town and in general to take Y"'fPRICES
impact on the people of V let ..
Vietnamese civilian 'everyday living a little more Nam. President Kennedy was GOOD THRU WED. NOON QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED v s 1

police under the State De- seriously; even though our daily loved by all the "little people"over ....<".
partment's A.I.D. program.) routine didn't change. Our de- there. Although we felt
By SHARON KELLEY gree of caution progressed as like we were missing somethingby SUNNYLAND'S CARDINAL BRAND SLICEDBACON
Rain isn't a bit choosy about the situation
grew worse. I be-
not getting to see the historic -
what if falls on, Gainesville has gan to notice the strong feelingsof television coverage of thePresident's
found in recent weeks. The
recent religious differences in
my funeral
precipitation reminds me English classes. MAYFAIR FRESH TASTY
American in another at
of monsoon season in Saigon, September and October were country :
a time like that was unforgettable. -
Nam. especially uneasy months in .
At this time last year I was Saigon. There was a feeling of COTT. CHEESE
living there with my family expectation. That teeming, noisy I've never felt so humble as
and it was raining. Over there! city of almost two mil lion when my Vietnamese students
water falls on children goingto people seemed to sense a com approached me, crying, and in
school and to work, mothers ing climax. We could almost broken English tried to express
going shopping and dads judge by the sounds of the city their great sadness at the loss LB PKG
heading for the office just as whether something was going to of our leader and their friend. 25C
it does here. But over there happen that day. When Saigonis January of this year brought
we got wet on a few unique occasions quiet-it's either siesta tima another coup d'etat. This timeit LIMIT-2 LBS.
that we pray to God or .. was all over when we woke WITH OTHER
won't happen here under any: Friday morning, the first of up in the morning. Such a quiet PURCHASESPLEASE
weather conditions. November, was almost like oth- contrast to the first one!
It was raining the night we er Friday mornings. It was the Our lives settled back to an .
stood just inside our gate and end of the school and workweek almost even keel until Febru-I C .
watched Henry Cabot Lodge and the beginning of an- ary. Before then the troubles in .
arrive at his new post as am- other weekend. But Friday aft- that war-torn nation had not dir ''
bassador to South Viet Nam. ernoon was quite different. November e c 11 y involved Americans. HOMEMADE GOOD BY
It had rained all day on the sol- first was All Saints Day, Things changed abruptly, how- TENDER SLICED BEEF LIVER LB 29c
diers guarding the streets of the a national holiday, and the kids ever,when the rage of Communist -
city. Saigon had been placed un- were out of school. My Dad andI terrorism began plaguing Lady Fair
der martial law several weeks still had to work. i Americans in Saigon.We .
..Illmtuult ,
before. .
My brother and sister had had to steer pretty clearf .
Rain also the Buddhist fell on demon-crowds gone out with some friends,I restaurants since the Communist ORBIT ANGEL FOOD 49* VALUE
watching Mom was at home, Dad his
strations. In November towards Viet Cong took a likingto
way to the office and I had just PREMIUM QUALITY
tossing grenades into public : CAKE
the end of the wet sea- returned 39
to :
the radio station 160. Ring
establishments frequented by
son, it rained on rebel and de- from lunch
a popular
fending troops fighting in the rumor of the Americans. Now we strictly BEER : DUTCH APPLE
coup that toppled the regime of weeks we day had was heard repeated.For of an. avoided crowds and kept per- 49? VALUE
President Ngo Dinh Diem.I sonally owned cars in garages.

find it ironic when I think impending time it looked coup like d' one This was With the first major incident, TALL CAN C SIX PAK 12oz CANS : CAKE 39c
how everyday family functionscan "crying wolf." the bombing of the softball field, 160.
be carried out in two dif- life took on a tense and unpleas- S
The radio station where I 1O BAKERY -----_______________
ferent parts of the worldso antly exciting nature. Rumors LIMIT-6 WITH
worked is
in an Amer- BONUS
similar and yet so dramatically ican billet in downtown Saigon, went wild, nerves were on edge 2.50 OR MORE 69 : QQJ Mnslwlsg: Rjoau'UaMPS
contrasting. one block from the Presidential and things never seemed to FOOD ORDER S 1
be calm. : :
Geographically many thingsare Palace. From our windows we I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS I
similar. In Florida we live could look down into the palace The height of the terrorism : GREEN STAMPS :
on a peninsula. Viet Nam is grounds and into the occurred with the bold bomb- 1lmI-lmllI.- LIMIT-2 SIX PAKS WITH COUKM AND PVKIUU orJ4jJ .
also on a peninsula. It's hot rounding streets. Armed troops ing of the U. S. military thea- 2.50 OR MORE ORDER ., 4: LADY FAIR PKG 8 S..J.J .
here. And boy, is it hot there! were moving and the Palacewas ter that killed several Americans : S f J B-B-Q BUNS

Like Florida, the southern partof surrounded by tanks and and injured scores more. ....-AOOfMOM--_fO_--f**...?*l.VOW 8j264----OTTlVt mnnt TOUft HOCHM**".20.**
Viet Nam is flat. We have jeeps mounted with anti air- That Sunday night I was work- SAVE 20* t FYNE SUDS LIQUIDDETERGENT .
everglades and citrus groves. craft guns. ing at the station and, thank- .

They have the Mekong Riv- My first thought was of the fully, none of my family was .
er delta with its precious rice rest of my family. Having no .at the movies. Each time I answered 22oz BTL 29

paddies. telephone at home only complicated i the phone the casualtytotal FRESH FROZEN WiNTREE
Although we're consideringtwo matters. As it turned out, grew larger.
peninsulas which by definition my brother and sister had headed I One of the most difficult SAVE 8* SOUTHERN 1 MADE
must be surrounded on for home at the first sign of I things I had to do was to walk DEVilED CRABS

three sides by water, an Am- trouble and my Dad, of course, into my classroom the ?
erican in Saigon rarely sees a had had to be at the office. Lit- next morning. I didn't know MEALorGRITS AG2SCNrW
beach, even though the coast is tle did I know it was me they what to say or exactly how I LB
only 40 miles away. Between were worrying about! Ironically felt. I got to my desk and look- 5
and the South China
Saigon had the radio station been ed at the class of twenty Viet-
Sea there are certain obstruc- CIRCUS ORANGE
located anywhere else I could- namese students. The sorrow- PACK
obstructions much
n't have been safer. Who needs ful, yet grateful, looks on their
more annoying than just a stuck more protection than a hotel faces told me I need have no DRINKSa. 6ozCANSE SAVE app
bridge or heavy traffic. These.1 5
full of American officers? doubts. _
obstacles are gun toting Com- Bj Th."
munist guerrillas who are at-.I But, since the hotel was so I Needless to say, daybyday
tempting to take over South'I close to the palace, there was living was as strenuous, nerve-I .
Viet Nam. I'considerable reason to worry. racking and trying as I ever .

Looking at another area of The next sixteen hours were thought anything could be. Dur-
comparison, our activities were I for me an almost indescribable ing this time we were given the
much the same as those of a experience. Never having heard choice of staying or being sent FANCY GOLDEN RIPE
family living in Gainesville such enormous guns before, I home. Very few families left
up to a certain time. My Dad's was petrified. I did realize, how- and it became a matter of national -
job was to train the national ever, that we would be safe un- and personal pride among DELUXE FROZE
police. Mom managed the house- til the rebel troops attemptedto the American colony to try to CRINKLE CUT

hold and shopped at the mili- take the Palace. stick it out.

tary commissary for many of I AFRS stayed on the air all Now my family has been BANANASC
the same things we eat here. night. Recorded music and spot transferred to another post and FRENCH FRIES
My brother and sister went to :announcements never had such I'm back in schooL My room-
the American school on American thunderous competition! About mate went to the movies in the
schoolbuses and I workedat three in the morning I was ableto rain last night. I'll bet she never

the Vietnamese American As- get my Dad on his office gave a thought to the possibility A1LB $100
sociation as an English teacher phone. His voice never sound, of there being a bombin ; T\LB
and at the Armed Forces ed so good! He said to .'s H'' the theater. BOXES
Radio Station (AFRS) as a part- tight" because he'd been told)I Why should she? This penin- R
time news editor. the rebel troops were ready to I sula of Florida. is part of The

We went to movies, to the begin the siege on the Palace.I United States of America. But .

. bowling alley, watched softball Big secret? By this time we I on the other side of the world .. . . . . . II.
games, had parties and could see them and decided to rain is falling on another pen-
belonged to a local sports club. abandon our rainy rooftop look: insula whose people are fight- -
At first there wasn't much out for something a little more ing for and depend on what the
I difteence in anything we did covered. ?, UJS. stands for Freedom. .

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Sunday, August 9, 1954 Gainesville Sun 9A

View on Gives'Aid FOLLOWING 1 Reapportion Filibuster Is PlannedWASHINGTON

To: Education (AP) Senate If it develops, he said, it will proposals being drafted by Sens. marshall public opinion and
The Democratic liberals are be "an administration filibus. I Thomas J. Dodd, D-Conn., and stave off its attachment to the
Campaign planning a miniature filibuster ter" participated in by some .Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) against a proposed legislative senators who were critical of I Dodd would shorten the timein bill.Asked if this wouldn't be a filibuster -
Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Re- reapportionment rider to the Southerners for delaying actionon which court orders would be Hart grinned and replied
publican presidential nominee, foreign aid bill. It might delay civil rights legislation."I stayed. Humphrey would : "Well maybe, but it will
said Saturday night that if fed- State GOP Congress' adjournment beyond think we have,the votes to change the Dirksen languagefrom only be a little one." -;
eral aid to education Burns Launch
legislationis to the; Democratic National Con- put it (his rider) on the bill," he a directive into a "Senseof
enacted, "it should go on vention. said. He expects almost solid Congress" declaration.Sen. Although Hart said there is-
equal terms to all nonprofit Feud May, Be Senate Republican Leader GOP backing to be supplemented considerable sentiment in the
, schools, public and private, secular -! Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois I with votes from conservative Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., Senate against Dirksen's pro-;
and parochial. I Patched Drive Labor DayJACKSONVILLE said he has heard there will bea I Southern Democrats. said in a separate interview that posal, he added that only about.a .
Goldwater made his views I filibuster against his proposalto opponents of the Dirksen pro- half dozen liberals thus far
kown in a telegram to the national -, TAMPA (AP-Tom Fairfield court-ordered I Dirksen indicated he Is in no posal intend to speak at length have teamed up to keep the discussion
stay reappor-
convention of Citizens for Brown, state Republican chair- AP% mood to accept compromise against it in the I.
( ) An Florida delegation of organizedlabor. tionment of state legislatures 1 hope they can going._ _ _
Educational Freedom.The man, says he is supporting Wil- intensive eight weeks active I from two to four years.
said "Your efforts -liam Cramer for re-election but
: campaign for will be-
governor : Burns said he will be at the
to obtain equal treatmentfor he would not say whether their gin Labor Day, says Mayor .Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans be attracted away from me just n 520 S.W. 2nd Ave.
all in the field of educationare pre-primary feud is forgotten.The Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, week for an annual physical -because Mr. Holley happens to:I -t fl)( t (At R.R. Tracks)
to be applauded. As I have subject came up Friday the Democratic nominee for check.It be the Republican nominee." 1
stated on many occasions, I am when Cramer, U.S. Republican governor.At Burns emphasized that he
opposed to all forms of federal is a routine checkup, the g
representative from St. Peters-
an impromptu news con- spoke only of the civil rights -
candidate said, and there is
aid to education. But if despite burg, suggested a summit meet ference Friday, Burns said he when he said his and Gold-'
him about his
my opposition, such legislation ing of state Republican leadersto will launch his active campaign I nothing worrying water's view were similar.
should be enacted, it should go solidify their fall campaign against Charles Holley of St. be alternate -
Burns said he will an
on equal terms to all nonprofit goals. i I Asked if he felt Holley has
Petersburg with a Labor Day .
at the Democratic
schools, public and private, secular Cramer said, in a statement speech at Miami before a south gained support because Sen. National delegate Convention in- BAR and LOUNGE
and parochiaL"President released in Washington, that he I, Barry Goldwater of Arizona is
Johnson also sent Atlantic City, will vote for Pres-
a the nominee for
had Republican
suggested such a meetingto Rain PutsDamper ident Lyndon B. Johnson and
telegram to the convention
say- President, Burns replied:
Sen. Barry Goldwater and
ing: "You are meeting as the will campaign with Johnson if II NOW OPEN
that Brown had
indicated he President to Florida. ,
88th Congress is completing a would On "Probably the most attractive the comes
record of support for education agree. feature of the Goldwater cam- He repeated an earlier statement -i
unmatched in our history. But Cramer and Brown supported paign is the civil rights issue, that he will run for gov-I i
Horse ShowEighty 11 A.M. TO 2 A.M.
slates of GOP
still more needs to be done to opposing conven- and since his view closely parallels ernor on his own platform and I
tion delegates in the spring. his Goldwater's the national Democratic I STEAK ROOM OPENING SOON
assure educational opportunity my own, ( ) not on -
for all and to help raise the Cramer's slate lost. During the nine entrants were I followers in the state would not platform. I
quality of education throughoutour campaign, they exchanged crit- ready with their mounts last -
society. icisms. night when rain forced a postponement -

"The cooperative effort of all Reached in Tampa, Brown of the Alachua Coun _
citizens and groups is needed. said he knew nothing about ty Pleasure Horse Show.

Your contribution to the solutions -' Cramer's meeting proposal. But I The show is rescheduled for 1
of these problems throughthe he said he welcomed all cooper- p.m. today, according to Deputy -
American tradition of free ation and support for the fall Sheriff John Tileston, a mem-
discussion and debate deservesthe campaign. ber of the Alachua County Sher-
support of all of us." When questioned, Brown iff's Mounted Posse which
would not state that the pri- sponsors the event. There are lots of good placesto

GoldwaterGets mary feud was forgotten."I "Out of 89 entries, we only

am enthusiastically sup- had two people who asked for have but
porting all Republican candi- their money back," Tileston a savings

Two dates across the slate, including said, "we anticipate as good a
William Cramer," he said. show today as we would have

New Aides Although Goldwater, the GOP had last night."
I Presidential nominee, supportedthe The contest will be held at the
(e) New York Tlm'
Cramer slate, he has stated Alachua County Riding Horse
Cordiner WASHINGTON, retired -chairman Ralph J.of that he will run his campaign Assn. grounds south of the w ikutk tItI1t FlMt FetI tot

the General Electric Co., has through the regular state organ- Gainesville Municipal Airport on

been appointed to lead the driveto ization. ---_ _ the Waldo Rd.
raise funds for the presidential -

Goldwater campaign, it was of Sen.announced Barry Robert Kennedy Having

Saturday. IvM J1petittt athiaitt4qed flV

I chairman Cordiner of, the 64, Republican will become Na- Thoughts of Senate Seat U4g JfJfJJ .
'-' -
tional Finance Committee he
New ffnrk (Tirnra They had breakfast together at
financial arm of the Republican t I
Gracie Mansion discussedthe
National Committee. NEW YORK Attorney General I
Robert F. Kennedy is Senate situation as well as
the recent racial riots in Har- ,
NEW YORK Mrs. Clare again seriously considering run- lem. c < 1 ,,

Boothe Luce said Saturday that ning for the United States Sen- ... \. : ...... .. t w. .
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.. .. .. .. : -t'sa
she had accepted Sen. Barry ate in New York state this fall. :* '- .. 4' fir

! Goldwater's offer to become cochairman Authoritative sources disclosed Scraiiton Plane .. &.

I, of a National Citizens Saturday that relatives and Has ,
Emergency "
for Goldwater Committee.At political allies of the attorney : i ''

the same time, Mrs. Luce general have begun tentative ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) :
said she had not given up con- discussions with a number of A twin-engine plane carryingGov. 4

,sideration of the conservative important Democrats in the William W. Scranton of .. ::... : ... .... *;&*<*f
party's nomination here to run state, seeking a broad base of Pennsylvania landed with one : : i : .- '
against Sen. Kenneth B. Keat- support for his candidacy. engine shut down because of oil 4

ing, upstate New York Republi-I Stephen Smith, Kennedy's troubles Friday night. v.

brother inlaw, has told per- Allentown-Easton-Bethle- ., .,
The '.':- ",' -:: -,' .., ;= ':', ,. ;::' ''
':' : .
can.Iran's sons eager to work for the at- hem, Pa., airport was put on an :; ::, : -'

Premier torney general to expect a go- alert and fire equipment was .,:.. ...."
ahead signal by this weekend, to stand ., .
Accident dispatched by. :" ':::: :,'f,:,: -::,- ::: < i
barring unforseen develop- Charles Dwight of Harrisburg, ': .:; :::':%::{. '::,:':, : 6
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) Iran's ments. Pa., said Scranton did not appear -
Prime Minister Hassanali Man- However, intimates of Ken- I too concerned with the precautionary -
sour is recovering from minor nedy, while confirming that he landing. He was talk-
injuries suffered in an automo- has expressed a definite inter- I ing politics with Republican

bile collision near Noushahr, est in a senate campaign, said I State Chairman Craig Truax,
Iran. they expected no final decisionfor I Dwight said.

He received a cut lip, a slight two or three weeks. !I The plane was en route from:
leg injury and back and chest Kennedy himself was in New Philadelphia to Scranton, Pa.
bruises in the mishap in thick York Saturday for a meet i n g I I The governor completed the
fog and heavy rain Friday. with Mayor Robert F. Wagner. trip in a state police car.

Truck Driver Risks Life

Crash No ThanksA ( 6 ... 1 ,1 / i'" 'r r
6e .
Avoiding ; )
;: : ::7 : : :c / ,I44 ,

truck driver risked his life Smith finally stopped when timated at $175 by Westberry.The ft '/ t y //

to avoid ramming a car full of he ran over a culvert that "just woman in the station wa- : ; //'d ,
children and then saved himself about ripped the bottom out of gon? 6 % ,/

with exceptional driving, a Flor- the cab," the trooper said. ji "She just kept right on go- I : :

ida Highway Patrol reported Damage to the truck was es ing," the trooper said. 4t f"J //
yesterday. -- J,6f

Trooper R. G. Westberry said
the truck driver was Ran c e t S.

Smith Jr., 27, of Apopka, who ,, ; ?
was driving a Borden's Dairy
tractor trailer truck.
Smith was driving south on
U. S. 441 about six miles south t hI
Gainesville at 6:15 p.m. FrIday _

Westbeny said. Al _
The truck driver was running
about 40 miles an hour on wet SAVINGS INSURED SAFE
pavement. He had shifted to the
inside lane to avoid a lumber : 1. First in Gainesville to offer Federal by an agency of the U. S. Government
truck that had broken down on

the outside lane, the patrolmansaid. 'I agency insurance on savings. .

lost in 28 years..
never a penny
Suddenly, a woman driving a
% ,. 4
white Nash station wagon : \J
pulled out of a service station. 2. Gainesville's largest association with First federal

She swung across the outside more than 30 million in assets for
lane directly into Smith's path,

the trooper said. your protection. savings & loan associationof
Smith spotting four or five ,
children in the station wagon, !I 3. Two convenient offices, free parking Gainesvilleat

immediately cut into the right; decorator service at the 13th .
both drive-up window (i
lane and the stalled lumber ; MEMBER FEDERAL SAVINGS

truck. m Street Branch free save-by-mail 1I' '. & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATIONplan.

"I still don't see how he didn't lIT"
hit, it," Westberry said after. tto1 r/U -r,
examining skid marks. the in. 249 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 3RD
) 4. The choice of nearly y people .

Heading off the road, Smith and 4'0 H. W. 13TH ST. AND 6TH AVE.
1 Gainesville. visit us you'll see auurunumm
within inches of the
swung rear i It FR 6-7551
of the lumber truck and huge why!
logs which would have smashed -
his cab, Westberry said. SAVINGS IN BY THE 20TH EARN FROM THE 1ST
"He then went down into the CI964VABarry
- -
ditch and still maintained con- -

trol, kept both cab and trailer CO. OCAU
upright," Westberry said., I It

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IQA Gainesville Sun Sunday, August.9, 1964

ax -i w 1 UF 'Now and Then' Film j

Slated for Frosh ReceptionAlachua

'X T Ca A
r' County freshman entering over Jacksonville's WJXT-TV Club ((01 d Gainesville Golf

the University of Florida station. and Country Club) on the xf tJJ
if+ this fall will see a television
The film will be a highlight Newberry Road, starts at 7:30 :
documentary on the Universityas I
Sl k yti guests of the Alumni Club of the annual reception givenby p.m.The

Wednesday night."A the local UF alumni for film, written by UF Jour-

county students and their par- nalism Professor John Paul i
Miracle on 13th Street, a
30-minute telecast will be ents. The reception, which will Jones and narrated by Florida p_
Supreme Court Justice
shown at 8 p.m. Wednesday be at the University Faculty Stephen
0' Connell traces the begin- \
2 nings of the university in ;
Juke Box Plays Record Gainesville through old photo- .I I Ix )

graphs from the University's ar q
chives. _

Sells Customers ..
a Copyc
Contrasting with the old photographs

is the modern UF cam- \
R ( ) New York Times $ i
when the patron inserts coins. k e1
WASHINGTON Two New pus photographed recently by h.a
Yorkers obtained patents last After he has made his choices' the UF's Motion Picture Production
week for a juke box that playsa for both sides, the customer inserts Laboratory under its director s
6 record for a customer and, if two quarters into another Dwight Godwin, former
he likes it, sells him a copy. ,slot and presses buttons to in- March of Time director.

The inventors are William I. :dicate the numbers he has pick- Following the film, Frank T.

Alexander, an advertising and I ed. Thin "stampers" or master Adams, UF dean of men and J
Hungry Scientists public relations man, and EliotS. copies for the two selectionsare also President of the Alachua

for Gerber, a lawyer. moved to a record press Alumni Club, will join local
Dr. Luther Arnold (left) has cooked some pretty smart kids in his patent
time, and this group about to share his charcoaled franks Thursday night was The plan is to manufacturethe and a blank record is sand- university students in a panel I
no exception. Charles Coop, Venice; Abbot Kagan, Fort Myers and Barbara wiched between them. discussion and questionanswersession.
..Cooper, Maplewood, N.J. (above) are three of 27 science students who participated machines and lease them to I' Florida Supreme Court Justice Stephen O'Connor
in the annual UF Summer Science Program sponsored by the National restaurants, bars and other juke The customer receives the
Science Foundation. The 27, screened from more than 600 high school appli- box operators. Each unit will!I completed record and the Paul Selle and Byron Spangler narrates UF documentary film on Jacksonville TV

cants, worked alongside UF research professors for two months. The receptionat have from 50 to 250 records that I stampers are automatically returned are reception chairmen for Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Dr. Arnold's home for each group is an annual tradition. (Sun Photo by can be played in the usual way to place. the affair.
Tommy Lewis)


Charged in: AssualtSlayingOf W c I

Judge's 2 Young DaughtersJACKSON 3 cOY AUGUST SALE I Iz

Wyo. (AP) A trict Court without bond. Debby and Cindy dead. Pixleywas W
slightly built, nervous exsoldierhas The two girls were raped and lying on the floor. McAu-
been charged with first-de- strangled early Friday morning liffe held the man until officers
gree murder in the slaying of while their sister, Susan, 6, slept arrived.At z
two young daughters of an Illinois -.nearby. Susan was not harmed. t
Circuit Court judge. I County attorney Floyd King the preliminary hearing, rs '
Andrew Pixley, 21, entered no'said Pixley was barefoot and Jackson policeman James Jen- t
plea and twiddled his fingers shirtless when caught in the sen said a rock about Wz inchesin : t
when he appeared barefoot in girls' room by their father, Cir- diameter was found in the ho- t@ I'I'1il
tel room. King said the older -
Justice Court Friday on a cuit Court Judge Robert McAu- ---
charge of slaying Debby and liffe. McAuliffe and his wife girl apparently had been struck I 9 i I z
Cindy McAuliffe, 12-and 8-year- were watching a floor show on with the rock. Although the Th
old Maywood, 111., girls, while the main floor of the hotel when younger girl was strangled, jl y rL
they lay in their beds at a Jack- he heard a commotion and King said there was no evidenceshe i s-W
son hotel. screaming in the girls' room. had been beaten.Sheriff's !
Pixley was bound over to Dis- He dashed upstairs and found 7 + + 1
officers said there
was no apparent reason why the
swarthy dark-haired Pixley had ;
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JACKSONVILLE (AP)- Floridians highway construction under the They had been in Jackson two

received $253 million un- federal program. Schools received -or three days. t .
der federal grant programs dur- $23,183,000.For cS S
ing the fiscal year 1963, the public health, the federal Pixley last fall completed a -' S .:III..
two-year Army hitch, spendinga
State Chamber of Commerce re- government gave Florida $19- : 0d
and a half overseas.
ported Saturday in its weekly 171,000. This was for hospital year S

business review. construction and a multitude of Police at Dallas, Ore., Pix-
The figure was almost 30 per research projects. ley's boyhood home, said a war- Z wrtrom
cent more than the previous Special aid to individuals in- rant for his arrest had been issued aW
year. cluded $40 million for old age Aug. 4 on a larceny
Federal grant programs, in assistance; $20 million for dependent charge. He had been accused of M A
general, are to assist state and children; $10 million for being in possession of a stolen
local governments with educa- the blind and disabled; $6.6 mil- automobile in Davenport, & .S'tG.
tion, highways and public healthor lion for surplus food donations, Wash., on July 25, but was re- Timeless Styling t& .

to help individuals overcome and $6 million for unemployment leased. .
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Edith McGuire Orioles Trip Yanks I

Races to Wins

In The DashesBy I On Rookie's HomerNEW

YORK (AP) Rookie The Orioles, trailing 2-1, had Miller hit Phil Linz with a pitch I Ford, after hurling two shut

BOB GREEN These included a 49-1% shot ? outfielder Sam Bowens' 10th in- 'gone ahead in the seventh, scoring and Bobby Richardson followed. out innings, was forced to retire

NEW YORK (AP) Swift put by Earlene Brown, a 240- t ning home run powered the Bal- four runs to knock out Rol- with his fourth homer of the when he aggravated an old hip

Edith McGuire won the 100 and pounder from Compton, Calif., timore Orioles to a 6-5 triumphand campaign. injury.
and Sheldon and take 5-2 lead.
200 meter dashes-this coun- who won the bronze medal in .. their second straight victory a Whitey Ford, the Yankees' Pappas permitted three hits

try's strongest events-while 1960. The throw was threequarters ; !4C Y over the New York Yankees The Yankees drew even, scoring ailing southpaw, and Milt Pap- in six innings before leaving fora
Janell Smith and Ranae Bair of an inch off the standard. before the American a run in their half of the pas, Baltimore's star right- pinch hitter in the seventh.

sell American records in the Sandra Knott of Clevelandwon League's largest crowd of the seventh on Joe Pepitone's 16th hander, were the starters but The victory went to Dick Hall,

wind-up of the three-day U.S. the 800 in 2:13.1, well off 5'r. ;,. o I season Saturday.A home run and two more in the but neither was involved In the who retired six straight battersin :

Women's Olympic Track and .the 2:08: standard. Olga Connolly eighth when with two out, Stu decision. the ninth and 10th innings.
Field Trials Saturday.Miss wife of hammer throw rec- < S, crowd of 52,796, largely at-. .
McGuire ord holder tracted by the annual Old Tim
a 20-year-old Hal Connolly tossed
Tennessee State student who the discus in 162-9, short of the ers Day ceremonies, saw Bow-

won three gold medals in the 164V4 standard, and Miss ens break a 5-5 tie with a two- VET 'FRANKS' TRADEDLary I

recent meet with Russia, won Smith's 400-meter triumph in I S out line drive into the lower

the 100 with a desperate lunge 55.6 was just off the 55.5 stand- Q4g- left field stands on a 1-1 pitch

that caught Marilyn White at by relief pitcher Hal Reniff. I
ard.All Goes .: --- Thomas Sent
the wire in 11.3. Miss McGuire I for the S ''
are eligible Tokyo The victory widened the Ori-! ; S
scored by six yards in the 200 trip as winners however. Mrs. olds lead to two games over the ; To BravesNEW To Phillies I

in 23.4. I Connolly and Miss Smith previously Yankees, who fell into third ,

The 5-foot-8,128 pounder, who had qualified. place one-half game behind the YORK AP-The) New I PHILADELPHIA (AP) "Sit
Is heir apparent to the retired: Among the more impressive York Mets traded veteran
Chicago White Sox, who defeated pitcher down Frank I want to talk to
Wilma Rudolph was aided by performances in the meet that Boston 92.Baltimore Frank Lary to the Milwaukee "

the wind on the 100, which she drew a sparse gathering of 1 55 Braves Saturday for Denny Ri- you.

finished In a time she had previously -I about 200 to Randall's Island 4 ; and New York conclude bant, a young right-handed .' That's how Frank Thomas

predicted may be good'' were wind-blown broad jumpsof W._ .N 1_ "" .'.. ___..", their four-game series pitcher from the Braves' Den- found out he had been traded ,

enough to win in Tokyo. 'I' 21-4 and 21-3 by Chicago vet- with a doubleheader Sunday.No. ver farm club of the Pacific from a last place club 30 games

Javelin Throw eran Willye White and Martha Congratulations Joe! 13 I Coast League. In addition to out of first place to the front-

Miss Bair, from San Diego, Watson, respectively, and a 10.8 Sun Sports Editor Joe Halberstein wears a broad The homer No. 13 of the sea Lary, Milwaukee received a running Philadelphia Phillies

got off a javelin throw of 176 victory by Rosie Bonds of Pasadena grin as he prepares to open wedding present from son for Bowens, was his third I cash payment estimated at and a shot at the big World Se-

feet even, erasing her own Calif., in the 80-meter fellow workers. Joe will marry Miss Lillian Fried. hit of the game. Previously he about $25,000.Lary ries money. I

American mark of 171-8. Miss hurdles. man of St. Augustine today at 2 p.m. in St. Augus- doubled and singled, scoring in a long-time star with The 35-year-old Thomas was

Smith an 18-year-old from Fre- Eleanor Montgomery of: tine. The 10-year Sun employee left last Sunday on the fifth on a sacrifice fly by the Detroit Tigers, came to the getting on the New York Mets' I

donia, Kan., broke her own record -Cleveland won the high jump at a three-week vacation. He will return Tuesday, Aug. Dick Brown, and again in the Mets May 30 on a waiver deal. i!No. 2 bus for the trip to Philadelphia -

with a 54.6 in a qualifyingheat 5-8. 25. (Sun Photo) seventh on a home run by Earl The 33-year-old right hander __ ____ ._____..n/.v_...._..., and a three game series
of the 400-meter run Fri- Robinson. I was acquired on a conditional FRANK LARY with the Phils when the travelIng -

day. She then won the event basis, subject to proving that secretary tapped him on the

Saturday in 55.6, tiring badly in TIES FOR LEAD BALTIMORE NEW YORK I his pitching arm was sound. He shoulder and said:

the final 100 yards after fight- Brandt cf abrh SlllLInz M tt brhbi 3110 won two games and lost three "Get on the No. 1 bus Frank.

Ing a strong wind on the back- Apariclo ss 4. 0 0 Rich'son 2b 4112 for the Mets. I Casey wants to talk to you."

stretch.In Powell Johnson ph-lb Ib 0000 2000 Mantle Maris rf cf 4000 4000 9-1 Record Last Thing I

all, 19 girls earned spots in Palmer Fires 67 8.Robson3b5O1 Bowens rf 5 3 3 1 1 Tresh Pepltone If Ib 4221 4000 Ribant, a 22-year-old native of Thomas, a veteran of 12 major I

20 positions with Miss McGuire -; Brown E.Rob'son c If 3111 5 1 3 2 Boyer Blanchard.3b c 41121 4000' Detroit, has a 9-1 record with .: league seasons and five
the only repeater by Adair 2b 3000 Ford p 0000 Denver. I> clubs, said the last thing he I II

their performances comparedwith I Pappat Slebern p ph 2000 1000 Lopez Sheldon ph p 1000 2000 Both players are to report to thought of was that he had been \
the rigid, pre-determined CHICAGO CAP) Arnold rounds of 64-69-68. I Nicklaus fired six birdies on Lau ph 1010 Howard ph 1 0 0 0 I their new clubs immediately.Lary dealt to another team. But I

Olympic qualifying standards.The Palmer with a third round 67, Palmer the defending champion the front nine. On the ninth, a Saverme Totals pr M 0000* 11. Totals, 35 5 S S spent nine full seasons I that's what Casey Stengel told

U. S., as all other nations -and Chi Chi Rodriguez, with 68, birdied two of the last four trap made him settle for par 5 Baltimore ........._.. 000 Oil 400 1- with the Tigers, and was a 21- the husky outfielder-first baseI I
is allowed one entrant in were tied for the lead after 54 holes for 34-33-67. It gave him New York ...."....... 000 020 HO 0-5 game winner in 1956 and winnerof
and cost him a chance to matcha man.
each event on the Olympic holes in the Western Golf Open rounds of 68-66-67 over the par E-None. DP-New York 2. LOB 23 in 1961. He was on the ,
pro- Saturday with 201. totals',match-36-35-71 Tam O'Shanter course, ,course record. of 29. Baltimore .. New York 1. American League All Star'teams "Casey thanked me for the I '
A second third entrant : Brandt HR E. Robinson
gram. or 28-8owens. I did, and I,thanked him for '
ing the lowest total for this which measures 6,686 yards. His 65 came despite being in (2). Bowens (13). Blanchard (3) Pepiton_ in 1960 and 1961. job
however must meet the qual- 5-Adalr. SF "
(16) Richardson (4) teaching me a lot of baseball.
stretch on the PGA tour this Good CrackIt the rough eight times on his Brow I The veteran developed arm I
ifying standards. drives. He had only 27 putts. N RERISSOPappas I IIP trouble after his fine 1961 sea- Several hours later, Thomas
year. left them both with good
Little Chance a ......... 6 3 2 2 0 4
Winners of final events Saturday Chi Chi, 28-year-old Puerto crack at Byron Nelson's 72-hole British Open titlist Tony Le- Miller ..........2 2 3 ::1 0 2 I son and spent part of last yearin -.', was getting the glad hand from \
Puerto Rican ma and Jim Ferrier were tied Halt W. 7-1 ...... 2 0 0 0 0 0 the minors. FRANK THOMAS his new teammates. I
failed to meet those wedged an approach -record ef 269 at Tam O'Shanterin ford ........... 2 1 0 0 0 0
I three feet from the holeon at 209. Locked at 210 were Sheldon ....._.. 4 2.3' S S 1 4
standards in four of the 10 Mikkrln" ...... I 1.3 1 0 0 2 1
this the 18th and dropped the The 201s equalled the lowest Bruce Devlin, Julius Boros, Bill Reniff. L. 4.3 ....' 2 2 1 1 1 1
events, indicating country I putt for a birdie three in round first 54 holes shot in PGA tour- Garet and Pete Fleming.The HBP-By Miller (Llnz) T242. A -
would have little chance in .
these events in Tokyo.Wood's I,ing out a 35-33-68 card. He has naments this year. Doug Sand- cutoff for the final round 52.79 Angels Sign Contract
219 and ties 63
ers, Mike Souchak, Gene Littler was leaving pros
and Bill Casper did it in the and amateur Steve Spray of In- *

Memphis Open. dianola, Iowa, in the field.McKinley .
Rap With of AnaheimChandler
Moving into third place for Old-Timers City

Leads Tigers Sunday's drive for the $11,000''
top prize was 27-year-old Don

Massengale of JacKsboro Tex., UnfoldsNEW By CHARLES MAilER
By Athletics an outsider whose total circuit Day ANAHEIM, Calif. (APThe Los Angeles Angels

earnings this year are $2,012. S signed a stadium rental contract with the City of Softball Is
YORK (AP) To the
Anaheim Saturday and thereby committed themselvesto
DETROIT (AP-Jake) Wood'spinchhit Massengale, whose best finish
strains of Auld Lang Syne, the their American franchise here
move League in 1966.
single in the 13th inning was a tie for seventh in the Tucson
scored Bill Freehan and Open, posted a 35-34-69 for L New York Yankees' 18th annual The contract obligates the cityto Rained OutThe

gave the Detroit Tigers a 4-3 205. Billy Casper with 71 fittedin Old Timers Day unfolded Satur- construct a stadium expectedto stadium bonds will be $1,071,000per

victory over the Kansas City at 206. Jay Hebert with 70 day, prior to the regular game cost $20 million and seat I year. rains kept falling last

Athletics Saturday. and National Open championKen 5" with the Baltimore Orioles. about 45,000. "We hope to take In that night and again postponed playin

Freehan led off the inning Venturi with 68 had 207 to- This year's attraction The stadium site is about two amount ," he said. the sub-district men's fast
every year
with\ a single off Ken San tals. matched teams composed of miles from Disneyland and 25 "We're fairly certain we'll take pitch softball tournament.It .

ders, the fifth Kansas City pitcher Jack Nicklaus, heading the all-tune Yankees and all-time miles by freeway from down-! in $650,000 from the Angels. was the third time in four

and advanced to second on 4 money list with $92,917, made opponents. Fans chose the players town Los Angeles. The city nights that play was halted be-

Dick McAuliffe's sacrifice bunt. his move with the day's best in a season-long poll. hopes to break ground Aug. 17. "I'm sure that with all the cause of rain. Wednesday and

After an intentional walk to round of 30-35 65 for 208. In the two-inning game, the The construction contract is professional football teams in Friday night action also was

Norm Cash Wood batted for reliever Grouped with him were Skee Yankees drubbed their oppon- expected to go to Del E. Webb the United States, we'll have, put off.Play .

Fred Gladding and lineda Riegel with 70 and surprisingTom ents 3-0. scoring twice in the co-owner of the New York: one of those. I don't know which' will resume tomorrow

bit to left field to break up JAKE WOOD Veech of Menominee Falls, I ARNOLD PALMER first inning as Satchel Paigewas Yankees.The one yet." night at City Park if the wea-

tM' extra inning duel. Biff Single Wis., with 69. I Catches Chi Chi I clipped for four hits after contract Asked whether any football their permits with Saturday
Gladding blanked the Athletics -I Dizzy Dean had allowed one. will the teams had been approached, night's doubleheader schedule
That the Angels
over the last four inningsand pay Chandler said: being played.
I Against Bob Feller, Phil Riz- city 7 cent of net receipts
picked up his fifth victoryin ruto safe interferenceby per "No, not yet. But when we The final round i is scheduled
was on
six decisions.The Sangster Gain catcher Jim but Red from ticket sales. break ground we'll do it." for 8 o'clock Tuesday night.
Athletics had tied the That the Angels will receive I

bore in the ninth when Dick Rolfe grounded into a double two-thirds of net receipts from Other Games

Green singled off Tiger starter Nassau play. Dean replaced Feller. I concessions and the city one- '
Dave Wickersham, took secondon I Final Round Tommy Henrich then singledand third. also said the city would 'I Nancy Richey I
try to get Orange State College -
stole second entered
a sacrifice bunt and talliedon Paige That parking revenue will be ,
and the University of California ,
Causey's two-out single I and singles by Joe DiMaggio, divided equally between the ball -
Wayne I GLEN COVE, N.Y. (AP) McKinley America's No. 1 Scott of St. at Irvine
James, N.Y., the defending to play their
Keller Joe Collins and
.. Charley Moffitt
Chuck club and the city. Tops I
and I McKinley San Antonio, ranked player, had unexpected champion 3-6, 6-3, 14-12 Coleman followed. football games in the stadium.
Singles by Jerry Lumpe Tex. and Mike Sangster of I Plans call for parking for a
England Both
I located
6-4. are nearby. I
Al Kaline plus an infield out trouble from unseeded Herb Newcombe the minimum of
the one-two seeded players Against Don in 12,000 cars. LOCUST VALLEY, N.Y. (AP) !
gave the Tigers a 1-0() lead in the 1 gained the final round of FitzGibbon of Garden City, McKinley and Sangster play second inning, the Yanks scored I The city will operate the "And we hope to have rodeos, Second-seeded Nancy Richey
first but the A's for the title Sunday. meetings like the Billy Graham t
inning went the Nassau Bowl invitation N.Y., before winning 6-3, 9-7, 4- the other run when Woodling stadium and also will select its :of Dallas, upset top-seeded Bil- !
ahead 2-1 in the third on four McKinley, who has been rallies, fireworks displays and '
and Hank Bauer the
tripled name.
lie Jean Moffitt of Beach
court tennis Long ,
tingles, with Rocky Colavito and grass tournament 6, 75. forced into extra sets in each current Baltimore ,! Mayor Odra L. Chandler said. other events," the mayor said.
Saturday. manager Calif., 6-3,1-6, 6-4, in the final of
Jim Gentile in the Sangster overcame Gene match this week within Chandler said three contractors -
driving runs. was one doubled. I that the cost of amortizing the .the Piping Rock Women's Invi
McAuliffe beat out infield of the fourth besides Webb made
an point losing set be-
.tation Grass Court tennis tournament
hit in the fourth and scored the fore rallying to close out the tations. presen-j .
Tigers' second Newly-Wed Jim Wins "Webb the only Saturday.Miss
run on a double Day match against FitzGibbon. was Richey outlasted her favored .
by George Thomas. Don Demeter indicated he could do the job
Sangster outlasted Scott in the
&IIL foe in a final set of five I
homered off KC starter Joh\ Jaycee Golf Tournament long third set which lasted more i1wl( within the time limit," the mayor service breaks, including the
O'Donoghue in the fifth giving said. I
than hour. did not
one Sangster last four and avenged
Detroit KANSAS CITY a 3-2 margin.DETROIT I ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Jim Fourth was Terry Dear of Albu- lose service in the last three Chandler said he fully expectsthe last week's games loss to Miss Moffitt ,
stadium will be ready for
abrkbl. abrkbi. I Day, 17'earoldnewlywed querque, N.M. with a 72 and a sets. [in the Eastern Grass Court
Ca'p'n'rls u 3llIThomas3b toil AMERICAN LEAGUE NlflilPlai LNtuew. trt: Angels' first home game in
Causey ss 2011 Lump 2b 12o ,from Laurel, Miss., who is on 291 total. Scott who beat Sangster last I WM Lest Pet. Mud .. Lest rd. lIllod championships.
- 0 1 0 i his the 19th week in the Eastern court Baltimore I
honeymoon, won Tied for fifth Bob Fosterof grass Miss Richey broke Miss MoNfill's
Jimenez It 4020 Demeter cf 4112 .. ?. 44 43 .404 Wi Sa" FrancIsco 43 D .S7J 2CinclnMtl the stands, the stadium club
Colavito 4011 Brown If S tGentile I Jaycee international junior golf Columbia, S.C. and Jerry championships 16-14 in the final New York .... U 42 .404 2 ,,. 41 SO .150 3PiItsrQIl service in the fourth gam!
Ib 5011 Freehan c 4120 xLos Angeles ... 51 55514 UVi 51 50 .337 SYt and some other facilities may 1:
Bryan I1IMcAuIi1f.u1)3o championship Saturday with a Heard of Vasalia, Calif., with set, had a set point in the 14th Detroit ..'..._ 54 57 ..*, 1JV, StLouis..S7 52 .In 5 I of the opening set. Miss Moffitt
AAamew ef 3000 Jb .... 51 477 ISVi Los AIIQetts .... U 53 SOS "III not be finished.
Phillip 4000 Minnesota S3
Alusik cf 1000 Cash ph-lb 1000 two-under-par 70 on the final 293s. Bob Barbarossa of St. game but Sangster erased the Boston ....... 52 .461 UVi Milwaukee .... U 54 .305 II took a 5-0 lead in the second set
Harrels'n 1 0 0 Wick'sh'm ..... .0&61 14knsasCity..2 chicago ....... 52 56 .... 12'11Wton
ph 0 p 3 0 0 0 round. Cloud, Minn was seventh at 294. threat with a volley placementand Cleveland 52 5 to even the match.
Edwards ph l0010rutanpli 1000 41 .32' U ....... 41 65 A5 IV
Green Jb 5130 Cladding p 1000 That gave Day 72-hole total Deadlocked for eighth with an ace. Washington ..43 71377 fplayed ] New YDr1t .._... J4 77 XlY.derdars 32 Egyptian Wins Miss Richey led, 3-0 and 4-2J

Tartabull O'Donftue cf p 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wood pft 1011 of 286, two' under par, and put 297s were Dick Eller of Nashville In doubles semifinals Martin .- YESTERDAY'S night gam RESULTS RasoSi in the deciding set. They then!

Totals On out when 4'1II1 winning Tetafe run scored.SOC II4 ,him three.strokes ahead cf John I II Tenn., Joe Inman of Riessen of Evanston, EL and Baltimore Chicago f.4.Boston New York 2 5, 10 Innings Los Angeles So MaIWMeI 4 Marathon Swim dueled through four service

Kansas City ........ 001 001 001 too 04Dstr.'t I Bohman of Sequin TeL Bob- Greensboro N.C. and Len Clark Graebner of Cleveland Cleveland 14, Minnesota I Phllode4 12. New York IPfttsirgIl breaks with Miss Moffitt losinga
.......... .. Kansas 3. 13 Innings S. Chicago 2
Detroit 4. City
100 110 001 ooo 1-4 man shot a final-round 69 for a Thompson of Laurinburg, N.C. were hard-pressed through a 56- Washington at Los Angeles 119512SuBdas Houston 4. st. Louts 2SM ROBERVAL, Que. (AP) 40-30 edge, one point from a S-

Kansas E-O'Donoghu City 10. Detroit OP-Detroit IX 1. LOB I 289 total In the "B" consolation tourna game third set before beating Baltimore Roberts 1-5 hqta and McNally 7-4 Francisco 1. clnclnnan Nabil El Sasly of Egypt won the' 5 tie, in the final game.In .

%Jimenez. Thomas., HR-Demeter Bohman made a valiant bid to ment. Mark Brueckman of Berlin. Arthur Ashe of Richmond, Va. at New York Downing (-4 and Williams Tday's Sinwo 24-mile marathon swim across the doubles final Miss Mof;

(111.TartabuII. McAuliff IP H R E* BBSO overtake day with a holeinoneon Md. fired a 149 for 36 holes to and Bill Bond of LaJolla, Calif. Boston Wilson 1-3.: 2 11-7 and M" :auquettc 7., New York Stallard *-14 at Philadelphia Lake St. John Saturday in his I fitt and Mrs. Karen Hantze Sus

O'Donoghue Santiago ............ 4 2 'J 10 J 0 S 0 2 2 the 17th. but his putter failed win. In a playoff for second, 4-6. 6-4t 29-27. at 12-4.2 Chicago Buznardt I. and Peters San Sunning Francisco 11-4 1051.1 3-4 at Cincinnati debut as a professional swim-:'man, former Wimbledon whines
Wyatt .......... 2 10 0 t 0 In th" other doubles Minnesota Pascual 11-1 and Arrigo 4-4 at CTToole 124Chicego Schw.,1 ,from San Antonio, Tex. defeat*
him in the clutch. Rick Sirman of Huntsville Ala. semis Mc-
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Seoul ....... 2 0' S 03Sanders. Cleveland Stebert 2-4 and Stange 5-11 2 Buhl 12-1 at Pittsburgh I mer.He
I.. 0-1 1-3 2 1 1 1 0 Finishing third was John Ri- edged Bob Morris of Washington Kinley and Scott were eliminated Kansas City Pena 9-10 and Drebowsky 302 Louis Sadecki collected $3,500 for his 10 I ed Miss Richey and Mrs. Carol
Wickersham 'J J 1 7GladditlO. 3-11 at Detroit McLata 1-3 and Sparma Houston Bruce 11-4 St. Graebner of Santa
W. 5-1 .4 30HBP 0 0 2 chart of Ann Arbor, Mich., witha D.C. on the .second extra by Premjit Lall and Shiv 3-5 or Aguirre 2-5. 2 12-* hours, 40 minute effort against!Caldwell
-fly Wickersham (Ctmpanerls). Washington Kreutzer 3-3 at Los Angeles. Let Angeles Drysdal 11-18 at Milwaukee -five-foot waves. Monica, Calif., I-%, 1.10.Ii -
I T- :". A- 4.337. 74 Saturday for ,a 290 tola.- hole Misra, of India 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. Chanct 12-5. .. Cloninger 10-11 4 1.


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4X" 9 Filly Wins Rich Arlington I II

I By JERRY LISKA The time over a fast track Tosmah previously won three "We may go next week in the

CHICAGO (AP) Tosmah, "was 13615. stakes the Liberty Belle, the I Matron but we don't know at the

lone filly in the field of 10, Worth "',000 Miss Woodford and the Colonial moment," said Mergler.]

scored a 2li length victory in Tosmah's Victory was worth Handicap. Jockey Boulmetis said To- ,

Softball Career the $114,000 Arlington Classic $69,000, topping her previous Trainer Joe Mergler said the mah "didn't like the track the i

for 3-year-olds at Arlington 1964 earnings of $65,331 in seven I future plans for Tosmah, sired last time out here but she lovedit

Park Saturday.The starts. by Tim Tam, were indefinite. today. She ran fine and whenI

Comes to an EndA 2-1 favorite Roman Brother asked her to move away we '
a finished fourth, failing to find went."
tr running room most of the one-I Koufax Claim Jockey Fernando Alvarez said

mile race. he had no excuses for Roman
softball career that has spanned 23 years, filled with ..#-'r",w ..lkr Second was the lightly reck- Brother.

excitement and accomplishment in everything the game has oned Lt. Stevens, and Close By, "That too
to offer, finally comes to an end this month. Bill (Maggie) a a 10-1 shot finished third. filly was
17th Decision tough, Alvarez
McGee will hang his glove.
up Tosmah, a bay filly owned by
Nostalgia creeps into the air as Maggie looks back over :; V _: Briardale Farms and the 2-
the days when he was giving 100 per cent effort in the sport : s year-old filly'champion of 1963 0
I MILWAUKEE (AP) Ron eighth with a two-run homer.A .
Sports Editor Joe Halberstein is on vacationhe 3 .lei= d1ti""" returned $17.60, $10.40 and $7.60to Fairly's triple with the bases crowd of 17,647 raised the
her backers in the crowd of
loaded sparked a four-run fifth Braves' home attendance to
enjoyed most. His 5-foot-64-inch frame looked a foot tall- 29,379. inning uprising and carried 676,989, a gain of 206,663 over

er on the pitching mound where he labored tirelessly. Paid $11 Sandy Koufax and the Los An- last season. ,

Maggie, who currently is manager pitcher of the local Lt. Stevens, nosing out Close geles Dodgers to a 5-4 victoryover
Budweiser team, plans to call it quits after the state tournament By, paid $11 and $6.80. Close the Milwaukee Braves

Aug. 24-27. $p' By's show price was $7.40. Saturday. West Palm !i

He has managed and pitched Budweiser into the state Mw Tosmah, ridden by Sammy

tourney the past three years, including a championship last x h Boulmetis and carrying 115 Koufax withstood counterattack a late Milwaukee and- Wins TitleI''I'

season. pounds, stepped into contention
Maggie has participated in every softball tournament there midway around the final turn gained his 17th triumph against.

Is-district, state, regional and world throughout the years. and led by five lengths enteringthe five defeats. WEST PALM BEACH (AP- .
En route to his victory Kou- West Palm Beach won the Florida from ages It 55. Prepjrt now for
stretch. I
U.S.Civil Service job openings during tilt
Started in MiamiIt Lt. Stevens, ridden by Tom- fax set a National League record -I American Legion baseball nest 12 months. Government positions
tournament Pan Americanof to J52301 ym to start offer tt<
over pay up
out 200
all started in Miami where a teen age boy spent his my Barrow, and Close By, with or more greater security bn private employment K
Bill Shoemaker aboard, made a batters for the fourth straight Miami Friday night in a 17. md cicellent opportunity for ad
leisure time pitching a softball against a garage door. He
hard charge at the flying filly season. He fanned nine all told, inning struggle, 1-0. vancementTo
was determined to make good and toiled hour after hour to McGee And PitchesBill
I but could not close the be- .running his season total to an" Ken Sloan allowed the Miami- jet one of these jobs you must pass
1 gap
make his dream come true. a test Lincoln Service helps thousands
yond a length. .even 200. II" ans four hits in the 12 inningshe prepare for these tests every year. It u
used old ball I could and
"I to get any start throwing,
(Maggie) McGee L demonstrates the
( ) pitches pitched, retiring after reach- one of the oldest and largest privately
Roman Brother, winner of the Losing Pitcher
Maggie said, "saying to myself, 'someday I'm going to be a
that have made him one of the state's outstanding I owned schools of its kmd and is not connected
pitcher.' Jersey Derby and second in the Tony Cloninger was the losing ing the tournament 'limit. Paul with the Governmentfor

Pretty soon those garage doors turned into batters, and he Softball hand pitchers position for for the the past drop 23; middle years. At right top is rightis thecurve Belmont Stakes, tried to makeup II pitcher. He carried a 2-1 lead Joseph allowed no hits for the FREE information on Government

was on the road. rise ground down the stretch but Into the fifth, then ran into a remainder of the game. jobs and salaries. fill out coupon"and-
or depending release and at bottom
One night, the pitcher for a team in Miami's fastest leaguewas right is the Changup. ; finished fourth, a length and volley of four hits which sent John McKie held West Palm mail TODAY'LINCOLN
injured and the 16-year-old batboy was called on to try (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) quarter behind Close By. I him to his shower and netted Beach hitless for six innings but

his stuff. He hurled the entire game, losing by a narrow 1-0 the Dodgers four runs. I weakened and Stu Reisman relieved SERVICE INC. Dept.'0I

margin. From then on, Maggie McGee was no longer bat. Koufax himself began the in the eighth. Bob Troy I 2211 i iI
Piuse send me FREE tat of U.S.Govern
boy.He Whitfield Drives in Five barrage with a single. Maury I finished up. I I mint positions and salaries and full II rI
sought advice from several top pitchers in Miami, In- Wills also singled and a walk i ii Steve Drezen opened the final details OM bow to flue'J' 1I -

cluding his father who also went by the nickname Maggie. i to Willie Davis filled the bases.I inning with a walk, took secondon I Name II

Baseball also was important to Maggie in high school I Fairly, who had knocked in a a throwing error and was I Addrm II I I'

where he was an accomplished second baseman for Miami To Lead Tribe Past Twinsrun I run earlier with a triple lined sacrificed to third. Lew Yohe Cdr

High. A fellow by the name of AI Rosen was the third base- another triple off first baseman scored him with a single to end 1; A state&e.,Phoee.-ram- .I.I I._
man. Rosen went on to become a star for the Cleveland the game.
Gene Oliver's glove into the ---------

Indians and one of their all time great infielders. CLEVELAND (AP) Fred twice in the slugfest, sending 10 total was its highest in sev- right field corner.
Maggie called Rosen "a great hitter and fielder," and I HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER
Whitfield drove in five runs on men to the plate in a five-run en years. Tommy Davis completed the
pointed out that he had eight broken noses during his careerof a home run and two singles and second and again in the six-run Bell replaced starter Dick rally with a single, which extended I
the hot
protecting corner. reliever Gary Bell checked a sixth innings. It was the In- Donovan in the fifth with one his hitting streak to 20 THE ISLANDER,

Served in six-run uprising as the Cleve- dians' third victory in a row out and none on after the Twins games and tied the major We
NavyAfter land Indians trounced the Min- and ninth in the last 11 games. had scored five runs on homersby league season high shared by I

high school, McGee served on a destroyer in the I nesota Twins 16-8 Saturday.The They blasted Minnesota pitchersin rookie Tony Oliva and Jim- Willie Mays of San Franciscoand

Navy and jumped at every chance he had to fire a softball. Tribe batted around a 16-hit attack. Cleveland's.mie Hall. The Cleveland right- Ed Bressoud of Boston. j giH Repair

"We played under palm trees on islands and anywhere else hander yielded a solo homer to I Denny Menke trimmed the

we could," he said. Bob Allison, then ended the Dodgers' lead to one run in the "
Maggie picked up softball where he left it after the Navy Bailey, Freese Hit HomersTo threat. All

and gradually became even more proficient at the game. Bell was in command until LOS ANGELES MILWAUKEE 6-Wheel

lie developed four primary pitches drop, rise, curve the eighth when pinch batter Wills ss brhbi 5020 Menk ss brhbi 4123

and changeup which he used to baffle opposing batters. Pace Pirates Over CubsThen Don Mincher hit his 16th homer Gilllam W. Davis 3b cf 4 3210 1 2 0 Aaron May. cf rf 4000 4000 I Cut Cutting Time I Makes
He relied mostly on the drop which went down and insideon after Frank Kostro had dou- Fairly Ib 4124 Torre e 4000
the bands. About two of every three pitches was that big PITTSBURGH (AP) Home with one out, Ron Santo bled. Howard T Davis rf If 4000 4 0 1 1 Clln Oliver pr Ib 0000 3010

drop, which resembles a screwball in baseball. runs by Bob Bailey and Gene walked and Ernie Banks hit a : Parker pr-rf 0000 Carry H 4000 I
He contributed to his victory, Roseboro c 3 0 0 0 De la Hot 3b 41 1 0: MYERS POWER TOOLS
Maggie stands firm in the conviction that softball and Freese backed up BobVeale's two-run single. smacking a two-run single in Oliver 2b 4010 Boiling 2b 3220 ,, ,
baseball do mix. "A good ball player can play both." he seven-hit pitching in From then on Veale, now 13-8, the fifth. p 4110 Cloninger Sad'skl p p 1010 1000

said. lie then rattled off examples like Roger Strickland, Pittsburgh's 5-2 victory over the was in complete controL The big Totals, 31 S 11 S Alou Totals'ph 33 1000 4 7 3 230 N.E. 16th Avenue
Whitfield hit his sixth homerof
outstanding Jacksonville University pitcher -' first baseman Chicago Cubs Saturday.Bill left-hander allowed only] one Lo .AiifalM ........... Ml 04t to*-t
who plays softball for Painter's poultry; John McConnaghay Mazeroski and Veale were more man to reach second base the season off ex-Indian Jim Milwaukc ............. Ml 000 t? -4,I Phone FR 6-3411
former FSU standout softball for Ocala Grant in the first with one on. E-N. Oliver G. Oliver. DP-MilwIUo
now playing '
Santo who
on base with singles when Bail- doubled in the
kee 2. LOB-Los Angeles 9, Milwaukee
Shopping Center; and two of his Budweiser players Bill ey blasted his homer after two fourth. The Cleveland first baseman 28-D* la Hoz, Menke. 3B-Fairly. MYERS for
I whacked a two-run single in the -Menk 13. BETTER TOOLS
Campbell of FSU and Gene Ritch of Florida. were out in the fifth inning, put- IP HitlER BB 3'1'
second and knocked in anotherrun Koufax, .
W. 175 9 74 3 1
ting the Pirates ahead 3-2. Cloninger U 10-11 .'.3' 5 5 4
in the fifth.
Unusual Motion Santana Sadowskl .......
Freese connected for his homer And 32-3 2 0 0 1 21 I
Blaslngam' .1 00HBP 1 0'
with Manny Mota on base in MINNESOTA CLEVELAND -By sadow.r. (T. D vlst T -{i :
Maggie has an unusual pitching motion which he developedto abrhbl abrhbl. J ?,. A-17,W7.
the sixth. Bungert Win Versalles ss S 1 2 0 Hawser ss 4112 .
add leverage. He twists the ball back of his head and Allen 2b 5010 Davallllo cf 41 1 31'I
then follows through.He The Cubs got three of their Oliva rt 3123 Wagner If 4200 ,
in the Killebrew If 41 1 0 Whitfield Ib J 1 3 SHall I Jimmie Hughes, In Gainesville, Celebrates Its Serving Northcentral
hits and both of their
thinks strategy is just as important as blinding speed runs HAMBURG, Germany AP) cf 4122 Francona rf I 0 1 1
when first inning. Joe Amalfitano and Allison Ib 5111 Brown 2b 1010 Florida With Its .
you're matching skills with batters. "Young pitchers Manuel Santana and Wilhelm Battey c 3000 Azcue c 5220
today try to overpower batters rather than try to pitch to Leo Burke opened with singles. Henry pft-c 2000 Salon 2b-rf 4441
Bungert, top tennis players of Kostro 3b 4110 Held 3b 4210
their weaknesses, Maggie said. Grant p 0000 Donovan p 2111
He has but words of CHICAGO PITTSBURGH Spain and Germany, won Roland P 1000 Bell p 1112 16thAnniversary '
nothing praise for Budweiser catcher brhbi abrhb Coryl ph 1110 Dlcken ph 1000 ONE WEEK AUG. 10th THRU 15th
Bob Erwin. "Bob has been a great asset to me because he A'lfitano 2b 4110 Bailey is 4123 quarter-final matches in the Plels p 1000

watches the batters and knows what to pitch to them. He Williams Burke rf If 4 4110 0 0 0 Vlrdon Clemente cf rf 4 4010 0 0 0 German International Tennis i Mincher Totals ph 41 111.12.2 Totals 311i 14 ISMinnesota I I
works hard aad does Santo 3b 1010 Lynch If 3010 OOt 000 020-
a great job. Banks 1t> 401 2 Mota pr-lf 0100 Championships Saturday and Cleveland :::::::::::::: Ml 02 M -UE I
Maggie hasn't had nearly as much speed lately due to a Cowan cf 4000 Stargell Ib 4000
Schaffer c 4010 Freese 3b 4122 will meet in the semifinals. -Allen, Kostro, Held (2) Salmon. DPMinnesota !
calcium deposit in his right shoulder and has had to call on Rodgers ss 4010 Mazer-ski 2b 3 1 1 0 -, 1, Cleveland, 1; LOBMlnI SpecialsAll
than Burdette P 2000 Pagllaronl c 3 01 0 Santana eliminated Cliff nesota I, Cleveland 4.2B I
savvy more ever. Stewart ph 1 0 1 0 Veale p 2110 -Allen, Kostro Hawser, Davallllo :
McGee thinks the softball future in Gainesville can Bertell ph 1000 Drysdale of South Africa 6-3, : Salmon. HR Whitfield (t), Mincher ;
go Totals 33 212 Totals 31Sti I (t<). Oliva (25). Hall (20) Allison (21). .
nowhere but up. "Gainf vilIe is one of the most enthusiastic Chicago .... .... ..200 100 100-2 6-3, 6-3 and Bungert defeated S-Bell. SF-Davallllo, Howser. I soles final-merchandise in stock only. Limited supply.
p IP H R ERE B 5 ;
softball cities .............. 'M OM OOx-S
in the
state and has fine facilities. Carroll Pittsburgh Bora Jovanovic of Yugoslavia Grant U M ..h, 123 3 7 1 2 'I
Roland ....... J 1-3 3 1 1 1 1
Lanoux of the Recreation Department has done a fine job E-SchaHcr. Amalfitano. OP-Chlcago 1 ......... I
4. 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6,4. Perry .0 2 S 3 I 0 i GOLF
handling 38 ball clubs in the city program." LOB-Chicago 2B-Santo. HR-Balley 7. Pittsburgh(I). Freese (7). Klippsteln ...... 1-3 2 2 2 I I EQUIPMENT .1
In another quarter-final, Pleis ........... 23-3 5 3 J I 1
S Veale AAota. Il H R ER ? ? Christian Kuhnke of Germany Fosnow ........ 1 1 0 0 0 1 I Golf Clubs
-Needs L. M I 5 5 0 3 I Donovan .......41.3 7 5 4 0 3, Bags,
Correcting McDaniel Burdette ..... 2 1 0 0 0 1 beat Nicola Pilic of Yugoslavia Bell. W. 7-4 ..... 32.3 5 3 3 2 3 1001 I
.... Abernathy .....1 0 0 0 0 1 Carts Balls
7 2 11
2 3
Veal W. U-* f
Maggie thinks one phase of softball needs to be correctedthat I WP-Veale. T213. A- 4S. J 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. Perry faced 3 men m 5th. ,
of player sponsor cooperation. "Many players forget T-3:19. A-,7U. and Head Covers .
about their sponsors, switch teams and leave him stuck." I OffKodiak

he said. "It takes money to sponsor teams, and you should I MODERN SERVICEOLDFASHIONED

always put your sponsor first. Bow ,
"I've always considered my sponsors, and so thereforeI've '
never had trouble getting any. Art Pepin and Clyde ARCHERb r Reg. 74.95

Tanner of Budweiser have been real fine to us, and we've QUALITY SPECIALS
tried to treat them the same way." now $59.95

Maggie has only one when asked he's .
answer why quitting

:' "I'm just worn out. I've always been such a competitor All Other Archery Equipment. .10% off
aid can't be out there unless I'm In the thick of things."

He added, "I think my greatest thrill was winning the ....
state title last year for Gainesville for the way the people 1 RrA r ... /
here supported us."

Maggie plans to keep his finger in athletics for a while- Camping Specials .
but this time working with the Little League baseball program ,

Softball, will miss Maggie McGee, but it also will remem- .. ..uer Pup Tents | QSleeping %
ber him +Mat{ ..raM and
as a dynamic competitor and all-around swell guy. wrXr+
: "''yrew.

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Bullets Now Have Horses t i

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Skis and Ski Belts

But What About a Coach? : .. V t. _
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timore Bullets, who may have I"They can say what they want
Over 12,000 square feet devoted exclusively to imported cars. $27.62
traded themselves into conten- about pro basketball coaches,

tion for the National Basketball but I don't think there is much i I Our expert mechanics have the OSCAR RICH \ 1 Pair Skis Comb . $26.95

Association title, now need a security in the job. I knowledge and know-how to diagnose Formerly) of Reg. $30.60

coach to enjoy the benefits of ."I'm more interested in and solve all your imported car prob. Oscar's Imported Car Service 1 Pair Skis Comb $38.40
the off-season deal. coaching college or high school |ems Expert on all British Italian and
The trade with the Detroit ball. I'd like to go back to school French Imports. Reg. $45.18 :

Pistons which added veterans and get my master's degree. I Providing efficient and dependable CLAUDE LOVETT 1 Slalom Ski . .. $17.47 : r I
Bailey Howell, Don Ohl and Bob feel more coaching opportunities service are two of North Florida's tcp Expert on all German and Reg. $24.95

Ferry to the Bullets' roster was will be open to me then." imported car mechanics: Swedish Imports.

not enough for Coach Bob Leon- In Chicago Friday club '
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security er Dave Trager said the Bullets
in the form of a three- had a policy against long-term Most Exclusive Swimwear .INFLATABLESMattresses
Imported Car Center" Swim JI
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But th club's directors rejected turned down an offer to becomean 20% off Beach OAO/ I

Leonard's request, and assistant to the club presi ,Balls ZU/0 Off
the 32-j'ear-old coach resigned dent. REPLICARS

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Getting Out j the fine job he has done," Trager Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods
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Sunday, August 9, 1964 GointsvilltSun 03 -

Houston Edges i Race Time Wins MessengerBy i I

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Cardinals 4-3 a
; ORLO ROBERTSON $3.50 and Lyss Hanover $4.70 to I Sheer Genius was the first to with Bill Haughton never able to

WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) show. show in front but the classy get Vicar Hanover's head in : I

Race time, heir apparent to the Rich Purse field hadn't traveled much more front. Still less than one-half

With Relief t 3-year-old pacing title raced in Picking up a purse of $75-. than one-eighth of a mile when length, separated the two leaders : j

Top .t front nearly all, the way and 480.21 for his owners, Mr. and Race Time paced alongside and beading for home. But by ..

t : L 4s turned back eight others of his Mrs. Fred Van Lenne, Race quickly stuck his nose in front. now Vicar had enough and :

ST. LOUIS (AP) Reliever 'with a first inning single, led off K v a i. age in a thrilling finish of the Time ran his bank account to He paced the first quarter milein along came Bengazl Hanover :

Jim Owens snuffed out an with his third hit, a double to $150,960 Messenger before a $166,942.21 and gave the Castle- 30 1-5 seconds and reachedthe and Lyss Hanover from far .

eighth inning St. Louis rally right field. Boyer followed with : crowd of 45,554 at Roosevelt ton Farm its second major one-half mile marker in 1:01: back to challenge. t

with two strikeouts Saturday his lCth homer and Woodeshick Raceway Saturday night. triumph in a week at Roosevelt 1-5 with Vicar Hanover at his Back of the first five horses in

night and the Houston Colts replaced Nottebart. After Dick Under the guidance of 48- Raceway. A week ago Speedy, flanks. order came Red Carpet, Iron

edged the Cardinals 43. Groat flied out, singles by Carl year-old Ralph Baldwin, the son Scot took the Realization Trot They raced that way down to Rail, Chief Duane ad Special I

Owens, third Colt pitcher in Warwick and Tim McCarver of Good Time from the Castle- under Baldwin. I Ii the three-quarter pole in 1:321 Hanover. .

the inning, came on after the chased Woodeshick and brought ton Farm of Lexington, Ky.,i

Cardinals had rallied on Ken Owens to the rescue. took the lead heading into the

Boyer's two-run homer and had II The Cardinals threatened backstretch the first time. He Jeannette Named Coach
the headed but be had to
put potential tying and go- again in the ninth when Curt never was .
ahead .runs on base. He ended Flood walked and advanced to beat back the challenge of Vicar .

the threat by fanning pinch hitters third on a sacrifice and wild x, r Hanover for nearly'onehalf
Dal Maxvill and Mike mile and then throw off the
pitch but Owens got Boyer on a Of Baltimore BulletsBALTIMORE
Shannon, then set the Cards I grounder to short to end the stretch bid of Bengazi Hanoverin
down in the ninth. game. a blazing finish.

Dave Roberts' two-run tripleIn Singles by Jerry Grote, Al Close Race (AP) Harry season. He had coached Balti- made late Friday night by own- .

the second inning off loser Spangler and Joe Gaines arounda Only a neck separated the (Buddy) Jeannette was named more teams in the same league er Dave Trager, who called him
Ron Taylor, who was makinghis walk to Nellie Fox produced first two horses at the end of the three from Chicago.
coach of the Baltimore Bullets years.Since
first start after 44 mile in 2:012.5.
appear the Colt runs in the seventh. paced Bengazi
ances in relief, and a two-run I i Roberts tripled after singles by Fishing Champ Hanover, driven by George Saturday replacing Bob Leon retiring from the pro Jeannette said the recent
seventh the Colts 4-1 lead and owned the Black ranks as a player, Jeannettealso eight-player trade with Detroit
gave a Walt Bond and Bob Aspro- Sholty by ard, who resigned from the National
has coached Georgetown would give him more maneuverability -
before the Cardinals struck monte, driving in thefirst two Sid Menge (R), manager of J. M. Fields sporting Shoe Stables of Brookville, Basketball Associationteam and the because Bob
I University Universityof i Ferrycan
back against Don Nottebart and Houston electric motorto N.Y., was only a nose in front of !
runs. goods department presents trolling
after his '
request for athreeyear Baltimore. He is a native of be used as a substitute for
Hal Woodeshick in the eighth. I Julian Javier knocked in theCards' H. D. Bruce for winning the grand prize in Fields' the surprising Lyss Hanover I'
contract was turned New Kensington, Pa., and a either Walt Bellamy or Gus
Bill White who had extendedhis
from the Pace Stable of
first run with a fourth in- fishing contest. Bruce led with 11 weekly winners, .
hitting streak to 16 games :ning single. and Glenn Stokes was runnerup with eight. New Egypt, N.J. down. graduate Jefferson. of Washington and Johnson.

It was another threequartersof Jeannette, 47, coached the The Bullets finished fourth in

Night Cam a length back to fourth place Bullets to a championship in Leonard, 32, became coach the Western Division of the NBA
HOUSTON ST.LOUIS during the 1962-63 season, when last and Jeannette said
Sheer Genius. Vicar Hanover, season
brhbi abrhbi 1947-43 in the Basketball Association -I
Spangler cf 5 1 2 0 Flood cf 4000 Mays Drives in Big Run second choice as part of the the team was based in Chicago Baltimore probably would haveto
Fox Jb 4020 Brock If 4000 of America '
forerunner of
and known
Gaines rf 4011 W.Whlte lb 4130 three horse entry that also included was as the Zephyrs. overtake Los Angeles to
Bond If 4110 Boyer 3b 5121 Special Hanover and the NBA. He was fired duringthe I Leonard asked for a three- make the playoffs this coming
Ajpro'nte 3b 41 2 0 Groat SI 4000
Roberts lb 4012 Warwick rf 4020 Sheer Genius, was fifth. 1951 season but has remained -:year contract, but club officials season.

Crott Llllls si c 4010 4110 Javier Maxvill Jb Jb 2010 0000 As Giants Nip Reds 1-0 Race time, now boasting a a Baltimore resident I said they were against long- "But Trager told me We'\e

Owens Nottebart p p 3 1000 01 0 Skinner McCarver ph e 41 1000 1 0 1964 record of six victories and since. term agreements and offered got you the material, all we expect -

Taylor p 2010 three seconds in nine starts, Jeannette had signed to coach Leonard a one-year pact. is a first-place finish', so

Shannon James ph rf 1000 1000 CINCINNATI (AP) Gaylord !Mets in an afternoon game, and Nuxhall, who dropped his seventh paid $3.80, $2.80 and $2.40. Ben- Wilmington in the Eastern Bas- Jeannette told a news confer we might as well beat them

Totals 174113 Totals Milt Perry blanked Cincinnation dropped third place Cincinnati game in 15 decisions. gazi Hanover returned $4.10 and ketball League for the coming ence that t he job offer "'8SPEOPLE I all," Jeannette said
Houston .................. 010 000 JO -4
St.Louls .0 0............... 000 100 010-3 two hits and Willie Mays 5' games off the pace. .
E-Brock. Galnes Warwick. OP St. Perry faced only 30 batters in
drove in the '
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: 04 Gainesville Sun Sunday, August 9, :1964 .

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, \ Roman Gabriel Now a Fixture in Ram Backfield '

Sfrui flnrk mtmtJl Bears, never the gentlest of teams. The monsters of the mid to the Vikings, they received a No. 1 draft choice In exchange
way led Into the closing minutes 6 to 0, on two field goals. they had ever intention of using it to get Ernie
NEW YORK During his first two years at the preseason The Rams obviously had to pass. Davis, the great Syracuse running back. But they couldn't

training camp of the Los Angeles Rams, the quietestguy By In surge the Bears. One roughneck broke Gabe's nose and wait. They needed a long-range pass-catcher and yielded
on the premises was Roman Gabriel. He wore his hel- the big quarterback was yanked, protestingly, to the side- that draft pick to the Rams for Shofner. The Rams usedit
met at all times and tried to melt into the background in a lines for repairs, his face a mask of blood. The trainer to get Gabriel while the Cleveland Browns came up with
constant effort to remain inconspicuous. This is a pretty good swabbed him off. Gabe brushed him aside and ran over Davis, a tragic young man who died of leukemia before
trick for who stands 6 feet 4 and weights 225 pounds.But .
a man he ever played a
ArthurDaley to Don Heinrich, the backfield caoch.'Gilnlne game.
this year Gabe wears a silly looking straw hat duringthe Gabe is years away from his peak but he already hat
workouts and is easily the most eye-catching figure on a Play9"Gimme Svare unable to beieve some of the things he already has
the field. His deep voice crackles with authority as he calls seen.

out the signals. There is a joyous confidence in his every a play, Heinie," he shouted. "I'm going back
movement, whether he's feeding the ball on handoffs or x zv in." None as Strong"No

spinning passes downfield. Here is a man who has taken full It would be nice to report that he pulled a Frank Merri-
command. At long last Gabriel is starting to blow that horn. well and threw a winning touchdown pass. He didn't, though. quarterback in the history of the league," he said,
"Gabe is a cinch to be the next super star at quarter- The Bears still won, 6 to 0, but the Rams were sold solidlyon "is as physically strong as Gabe. One day Gino Marchetti
back," says Harland (Swede) Svare, his coach. "He's only their young quarterbacking stalwart. the toughest defensive end in the business, had him ap-
24 and is good for at least a dozen years. He'll be making parently pinned against the sidelines. Gabe reachedout
I the All Star merely
"In my first season was delayed by game This is quite a chunk of manhood. Gabe is a bronzed giant
headlines" long after Y. A. Tittle and Johnny Unitas have de and hopelessly behind everyone else. I doubt that I playeda who looks like an Indian with his high cheekbones. How- a hand and pushed Marchetti's face Into the dirt. Then

parted. total of ten minutes in the first ten games. Then I took ever, his father was a Filipino. The boy was everyone's he made the throw.
What brought about this transformation from mouse to over at quarter when Swede became coach. But I still All-American at North Carolina State and the Rams No. "His range is terrific. Against the Vikings he threw ont
lion? Although he still is shy and diffident off the field in wasn't mature enough to handle it at the start of last season 1 draft choice. that overshot Red Phillips in the end zone. The ball travel-
contrast to his leonine behavior on it, Gabe had a ready the I returned we'd lost five led 80 yards This is and he's to
and I missed out. By time The Angelenos have long been criticiied for their bad quite a boy going get
explanaiton. games and the veterans were ready to believe in anyone, trades but Gabe actually was involved in the one that better and better."
Finally Comfortable including me. I like to think I convinced them." brought Del Shofner to the Giants. No longer does it lookas Jon Arnett, the eldest statesmen of the Ram players, was

He convinced them, all right. He led the Rams to five bad as it originally did. This was an odd one, anyway, asked why he thought his team would be one of the most

"This year I feel comfortable for the first time," he said. victories during the remainder of the season and that's five and quite involved. If nothing else it shows how lucky improved in the league this year." "
"I tell in two words he said. "Roman Gabriel.
"The pressure is off because I know I'm the No. 1 quarter- times as many victories as they had gained the year before. the Giants are. can you ,
back. What's more, the rest of the squad knows it, too. The chief convincer came in a brutal battle with the Chicago When the New Yorkers traded quarterback George Shaw
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t x JOHN FARROW by rowing the 2,000 meters in Spero, a physics student at loafing across the line tomorrow -

tor 9-2 Win AMSTERDAM, Holland (AP) 74988. They beat entries from Columbia University whose ,"
best Bulgaria, Switzerland, Italy, home is Glencoe Ill., already! In addition to Ivanov, Spero
Don Spero, America's Finland and Greece. has earned a place on the U.S.! will race Robert Green of Holland

prospect to win a European The Vesper four without cox- Olympic team and has won the II.. Eugeniusz Kubiak of Poland

Over Red SoxCHICAGO rowing title, dreamed Saturdayof swain also took seventh by win-, U.S. singles championship."I Murray Watkinson of New
a perfect 25th birthday pres- ning its consolation race in: guess I'm here to find out Zealand and Kottmann Gopf gf

ent a victory over Russia's 6:38.41.: Manning the oars were just how strong the oppositionis Switzerland.
4 two-time Olympic champion Stan Cwiklinski, Hugh Foley, in the single sculls," Spero Russia has entries in all seVen -
(AP)-The normally double In the second inning. :e
Vyacheslav Ivanov in Sun- Bill Knecht and Bill Stowe. said final events. Germany and
light-hitting Chicago White Floyd Robinson singled In two day's finals. "If I win tomorrow, then I'llbe Holland are next with six finalists
Sox for five runs in the more and Don Buford and
erupted runs will Ivanov and each.
Spero race in the sculls for Tokyo If
second inning and three more Moose Skowron each drove in crack scullers from Europe and Needs I come in fourth, fifth or sixth,
In the third and rookie Fred in the second.
one big New Zealand for the single then I'll probab;;' partner Sey-
Talbot coasted home for a 9-2 Talbot reached first on an error -&? F sculls title. He looks on the race mour Cronwell in the Olym-' RW
victory over the Boston Red with two out in the third, as the big pre-olympic test. Spar PartnerDENVER I pics."
Sox Saturday.The advanced on Tom McCraw's The finals in all seven European
I Rochelle
Cromwell New
of jvfq
victory was the 11th In I double. Both scored when Bu championship events are (AP-Want) to be a
N.Y., won the Diamond Scullsat
13 games for Chicago over Bos-! ford singled, and then Pete scheduled Sunday and the win- sparring partner for Sonny Lis- Britain's Henley regatta this'

ton this season. Ward drove Buford across. j ners likely will be rated as favorites ton? year and is Spero's regular i.

Talbot didn't allow a baserunner A single, walk, error and at the Tokyo Olympicsin The former world's heavy- partner in double sculls.
wild pitch added up to the final October. Expert InsNlUtioit Arrnt 4HO
until he had an eight-run 1 weight champion has run out of "Ivanov will be hard to beat i
White Sox run in the eighth. Other AmericansThe
lead, nor a run until Tony Hor- __ fighters with whom to train for because of his tremendous !
other Americans in I
ton hit a homer with one out : BOSTON CHICAGO only i' spring," Spero continued. MONEY J&m
Williams ad- abrba all r h bl the; final are Tom and Joe Am- his return title match with Cas-
in the ninth Dick Jone* Jb-si 4010 McCraw If 1210 Fast Sprinter
long of Philadelp ia's Vesper scheduled for the fall.
with two out. Bressoud t* 4010 Nicholson If 7000 sius Clay
ded a homer Nixon ph 1000 Buford 2b 3113 Boat Club in the paired oars "Anybody who hopes to beat
Talbot drove in the first run Morton If 4121 Robinson rf 2 1 2 2 Milt Willner, listed as a rep- Ivanov must be ahead on the
Stuart lb 2000 Hs'hb'oer rf 2010 without coxswain. .
of the game with a wind-blown Williams Ib 2111 Ward 3b 4121 .3 Saturday's rowing was limit- resentative for Liston, said Sat- last 500 meters. He's always I Qualify A haft: bjri.f! *
i Mantilla cf 2000 Skowron Ib 5011
Meiat| cf 2000 Stephens cf 3100 3 ed to races to decide places urday he pays $40 a round, plus faster than most in a sprint.
Thomas rf 4000 Hansen 4000Malzone
3b 2 0 0 0 Martin c 5120 from seventh on down in each room board and transportation "I've never had any real rea-
RaccoonTops '9' Smith Tinman 3b c 1000 3010 Talbot p 3211 event. Boyce Budd and Emery expenses. son to put on a sprint finish. It Fre
Morehead p 0 1000 0 0 0Lamabe Clark of the Vesper Club, with "I'm leaving for California to kind of hurts, I'm told, but I'm
Schilling p 2b 2010 cox John Quinn, earned seventh round up some big, tough guys," not afraid to try. One thing is I''
Rebels Total 33 2 7 2 Totals 34 111 I WinnersMayor place in the pairs with coxswain Willner added. certain, there's going to be no ,
Boston .._..., 000 AM MI ictucioo Trophy
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Howard McKinney presents trophies to
For CrownIn "28-Talbot McCraw. HK-Morton (1). these four persons for outstanding accomplishmentsin ,
bot.Williams (5). SB-Buford. S-Buford. Tal-' softball and baseball. Bottom row (L-R) are Art

the Salt and Pepper IP H R ER 1111 SO Lee and John Fuller of Gainesville Building Trades
Championship baseball game Morehead.Lamabe .I.....4-11.... 11-3 12-3 5 3 5:I 5 0 5 0 2 1 which won the city midget championship. In back y blh.. j

Friday at the Boys' Club, the Charton Spanswlck .............2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 D 2 are (L-R) Bill (Maggie) McGee, manager, and Clyde
Raccoons walloped the Rebelsin Gray .........." 1 1 1 0 1 2 Tanner, sponsor representative, for City League soft- jI
... I
Talbot W 4-3 Y 7 2 2 0 3
a 21.16 victory.Outstanding players. included WP-Cray. T-2:51. A-7.039. ball champ Budweiser. 1i

Edwin Isenhower, Mike Jones I

and David Hanks for the Rac- Bonus Reichardt I
coons; and Dale Witt, Jeff Baby I

Summerlin and Charles Mat- a
hews for the Rebels.

The West team composed of Moves A
Up Triple
the Jets, Rockets and Buffalos
beat the East team composedof

the Pioneers, Bears, Pan- DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP- ardt play at Fox Cities, and his to take some batting practice."

thers, 1817.Outstanding. Rick Reichardt, one of baseball's appearance at Wisconsin Rap- He added that a seven-game
players were road trip had left him little time
richest bonus babies, ids earlier was watched by 5,592
Danny Shannon, Randy i to work on his hitting.
tin, Gary Stanley, Steve Pad moved up to the Pacific Coast fans, an all-tune mark there.

gett and Kevin Lambert for the: League Saturday with a .292 Reichardt is a native of Stevens I

East, and Mark Hendon, Larry i batting average after his first Point, Wis., only 20 miles.

Harris, Bob Singleton, Robert month as a professional.The from Wisconsin Rapids. i
Ingman, Mike Rolfe and Glen 21-year-old outfielder says I Young boys swarm around
for the west. Reichardt at every game, get-
Kenny ,
he is looking forward to the
In Seminole action at the ting autographs. CLEANINGREPAIRING :
Boys' Club, the Phils smashedthe jump to the Triple A league, Reichardt has stolen seven .
Angels 14-5, and Pirates where he will play for Hawaii."It bases for Quad-City, and has hit .

beat the White Sox 94. should be a real chal- two home runs. He also has I

Outstanding players included lenge," Reichardt said before seven doubles and one triplein I "We Rod II I
his 38 hits for 130 trips to the I
Cliff Gilland and Mike Price his last appearance Friday plate. I Them Out"Motor CIOAA

for the White Sox; Roger Re- night with the Quad-City Angelsof Mild Slump I

vrll and Ray Langford for the the Class A Midwest League.The However, he has been in a Block

Prates Hanks ;and Jerry Richard Dowdy.Addisonfor Steve Midwest League will miss mild slump the past week with FlushedWe This big beautiful Chrysler is priced I II I
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Standings for tN Steeled Hllf ef the which estimates have rangedup League Friday night without a White Electric E
Jaycee Buddy B... gus .r. 81 to 200000. hit in four times at bat, scoring *
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SALT & PEPPER Wm Ust Tie, Extra Fans once as his team lost to Waterloo -i & Battery I a or I

Raccoons Rebel '* 1 During his month-long stay 13,5.Reichardt. I I
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Other highlights of the program miums too and know that anything we con
George D. Widener, presidentof I( were the Boys' Clubs of save is certainly needed elsewhere.And r V 204 N., MAIN ST. Open Evenings PHONE FR 22561Any .J

the museum, will present America Olympics, cross since we're not one of the Big Dogs J
plaques to be representative of country run, horseshoe tourna- we won't be after a bite out of your hide
those voted into the Hall of ment, punt, pass and kick I when we serve you. Try us, we try harder!
Fame, this year-Louis Feustel clinic, wrestling under the instruction -l In Stock
Trainer of Man 0' War; King.Ranch's of two University of II Chrysler Bo/

Assault, Triple Crown I Florida gridders and instructions C Emarg Cross Agency .

winner and Horse of the Year I ,in trampoline, badminton, : PLUS 9/0
In 1946; and E. R. Bradley's volley ball, tumbling physical COST Iii

$ushe 'the mare who was vot- fitness, archery,,air rifle, track 1109'' N. MAIN .1 376-4582
td Horse of the Year,in 1945. i and marbles. : ii


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Sunday August 9, 1964 GoinesvUlt Sun 05

\ '; Bears Switched Phillies Lash

I: : Tactics in Win Met PitchingFor

CHICAGO (AP-The Chicago direct strikes through the air said Allen, 'faster than any 12-5 WinPHILADELPHIA

.Bears switched tactics in gain- and their fourth was set up on team in the National Football

ing a 28-17 victory over the College a 39-yard pass, after which League and speed usually hasa a2

All-Stars before a crowd of quarterback Bill Wade steppedover way of paying off."

65,000 in Soldier Field Friday from the one-yard line for Taylor not only utilized his AP -The two of their four errors during

National Philadelphia -the Twelve Pbi]
League-leading rally. batted.
night. the score. speed but was a standout in every -
Phils continued to feast! Ruben Amaro drove in three
difficulty I- Whilethe Bears
-They experienced more were concentrating respect. He took a 29-yard

') in defending the All-Stars on offense, their tremendous -pass from Pete Beathard of -. F.w on the New York with his third homer and Wes

4 i... Mets Saturday as they rode an I Covington got two hits in the in-
than they did most of their National defense which carried Southern California in the second ts. 4 \ ,4 .*" ...' 4'
/-l 3 eight-run fifth inning to a 12-5 ning, a double and a single.
Football League foes, but them to last year's title saggeda quarter and two plays later c7 '

they also indicated they will bit under the efforts of Chuck ripped off a nine-yard gain that ;A, .5- victory.It I Winning pitcher Rick Wise

have more punch when they Taylor, a brilliant halfback helped set up a 14-yard field boosted the Phils' lead tem'I left the game when the Mets

open defense of their league from Arizona State who will goal by Dick Van Raaphorst of porarily to three games over rallied for three runs in the

championship. play with the Washington Red- Ohio State. That gave the All- San Francisco and 4% over Cin sixth on Jessie Gonder's homer

10-7 at the half the skins and quarterback George .
Trailing Stars a 3-0 lead.
and Reds with Joe
.. cinnati. The Giants two on. Christopher
Bears unloaded Mira the scrambler from Miami After the Bears had I
a strong pass- a
.". I I played a night game at Cincin connected in the eighth for his
in the second half and of Florida who is headed
ing game 7.3 lead, the touchdown coming
naiL :12th homer, six of which have
overcame the collegians, who (or the San Francisco 49ers. ,on a Wade to Mike Ditka 12- '

played even beyond the expectations -: George Allen, the architect of yard pass, Taylor took a pitch- Six of the eight Philadelphiaruns come against the Phils.

of Coach Otto Graham. )I the Bear defense, praised the out from Mira and heaved a 14- Church League WinnersParkview in the big fifth were unearned -I The Phils now have beatenthe

371 Yards ,I All-Stars for their splendid yard touchdown pass to Ted Davis as the Mets contributedNEW Mets four straight and art

The Bears rolled up 371 yards I showing. of Georgia Tech, leading the YORK PHILADELPHIA 11-2 against them this season.

\ with 287 coming on passing., Real Fast All-Stars to a alO-7( halftime Baptist took the Church League softball title for 1964 by defeat ab r h ah,1t

ing Kanapaha Presbyterian in a playoff. Front row from left are Gates Klaus 2b 4000 Gonzalez cf 5230
Three of their touchdowns were "That was a real fast team, edge. Krer'poollbIOlSAllen>> 30 3111
Yielded To Attack Bryant, bat boy; Kent Taylor, Clayton Hutcheson, Dick Usher, Danny Cren- Hunt 3b 4110 Wine ph-3 I 1 I SGraham

The All-Stars then yielded to shaw and Bill Young, manager. Back row, left to right, are Carswell Thomas, ChrTpher 3b If :3 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 Calllson Briggs If it 4222 1000 Marichal Set

B Friday National Boxes Ray Bryant Floyd Crosby Bob Rober ts Ernie Toth Don Ward Clayton Gonder 4113 Coving ton IfI 1 33
the Bear attack which pulledthe Hlckman rf 4 1 1 0 Hermsfn rf 1 0 0 0
Chicagoans into a 28-10 lead Broyles and Gary Miller. Not shown are Curtis Miller, Paul Abernathy, Richard Elliot cf 4021 Thomas Ib>> 4001 For Release
4 2 11
2 0 0 0 Dalrymple c
LOS ANGELES Night Game MILWAUKEE HOUSTON Night Game ST. LOUIS before Mira flipped a five-yard Allee, Max Allee, Rogert Stith, Ch arIes Hooker, Ross Campbell and Wayne McMillan Smith as is 2000 Taylor 2b 4111

abrhbl abrhbl abrhbl abrhbl McDonald. (Sun photo) Cisco p 2000 Amaro II 4113 SAN FRANCISCO (AP.Juan
in the
touchdown pass to Palyr Sutherland p 1 0 0 0 wise p 2110 I
Wills si 4000 Mathews 3b 3000 Seangler If 4010 Javier 2b 3 01> 0 1000
Aitman ph 1000 Boozer p Marichal San Francisco Giants
Gllllam 3b 4120 Maye ct 4011 Fox 2b 2000 Skinner ph 1000 final minute of the game. Totals 3SSII Totals 31111411 ,
W.Davis cf 4110 Aaron rf 4010 Gaines rf 4020 Maxvill 2b 0000 pitching ace, will be released
Fairly Ib 3122 Torre c 4000 Bond Ib 4000 Brcck If 4022 "Our mistakes beat us, said IN WHITNEY STAKES New Tone ................ Oil Ml 515-
T.Davis If 4111 Carty If 4010 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 0 White Ib 4121 Graham. "Their last two touch- Philadelphia ............ 201 Oil MX-11 from a New York hospital Monday -
Howard rf 3000 Cline Ib 4010 Hardy cf 4010 Boyer 3b 3020
but won't return to the
Parker rf 0000 Menke IS 4020 Llllis ss 3000 Groat ss 4020 downs came after a fumble and E-Klaus 2. Hunt, Kranepool. DP-New
Roseboro c 4110 Woodw'd 2b 2000 Grote c 3000 Flood ct 4000 Philadelphia' team until late in the week the
The Bears York 1. LOB-New York 4 ,
N.Oliver 2b 4 0 2 2 Oliver pn 0 1 0 0 Brown p 2000 Shannon rf 4010 an interception.

Ortega p 3000 Alou: ph p 0000 1000Fischer I Larsen ph-p 1 0 0 0 McCarver Simmons p c 2100 3 2 3 0 didn't beat us. We beat our Gun Bow Whips MongoSARATOGA I.JB-Covington 2. Calllson, Dalrympll, National League club said Sat-

Hoeft p 1000 Totals 31 IS' Totals 32 4 12 3 selves." Hickman Elliot. 3B-Conzalez. HR-Amaro urday.

BoII'q pn-2b 2010 Houston .._ ., .. .. .. 000 000 000-0 (3), Gonder (7). Christopher (11). S- I
utah 13 S 'S Totals 33171 .... .. .. .. Ditka and Johnny Morris, Wise treated for
St. Louis ... 100 020 101'" SPRINGS .There was no show betting. check for $35,295 as Gun Bow IP H R EH II SO Marichal is being
lei Angeles __ SM eoo ooo j Wade's main last N'V'I
Milwaukee ., .... _. .. 000 000 010-1 E-None. DP-Houston 1. St. Louis 1. targets year, (AP) Gun Bow put in Mongo returned $3 to place. ran his 1964 earnings to $371,120.He ."Cisco. U 4-13 _" 4237 6 5 1 1 strained back muscles.It .
.. I
LOB-Houston 6. St. Louis ,. were given a big lift from Gary Locke 1-3 S J I 1
-Ortega. DP-Los Angeles 1, Milwaukee bid for .... 2 1 1 1 2
2B-Boyer. HR-White (15) SB-Brock. strong thoroughbred raclog's was purchased last Decem-,Sutherland was reported that Marichalis
1. LOB Los Angeles 4, Milwaukee 7. Barnes end from Harry P. Albert and Mrs.
Simmons an acquired Wise, W, 3-1 0_.. 5 1-3 4 1 1 3
28-Fairly, N. Oliver, Maye Menke.S IP H R ER BBSO Dallas.In handicap division title Saturday John T. Stanley, owners of the ber in a package deal with Gun Boozer .. 32-3 2 1 1 I J coming along fine but needs
;-Ortega Brown, L, 2-10 ... 51-31 3 3 1 2 when he HBP By Cisco (Taylor Amaro).
IP H R ERBBSO whipped Mongoby additional rest.
Raymond ._ 1231 1 1 0 1 Gedney Farm, picked up a Boat for $125,000. A-AI1.
Ortega W, 4-4 .0237 1 1 2 4 addition to Barnes, the _ WP-Locke _
Larsen .. ...... 1 3 0 0 0 0 10 lengths in the tti miles of I
1.3 0 0 0 0 0
B. Miller
Simmons W. 12-1 .5 0
i 0 the
1 2
Bears high on
J Fischer. L.I __ 1-3 4 5 5 1 0 HBP-By Simmons (Fox). WP-Brown, are pass- the $54,300 Whitney Stakes at
Hoeft .' ....". 4233 0 0 0 2 Raymond. T 1:52. A14.344.TwIIiht catching abilities of Rich Kreit-
OlIve ...........3 2 0 0 1 1 Saratoga.The .
Tiefenauer .. 1 0 0 S 0 1 Game ling, obtained from Cleveland.
T-2.24.. A-ltJ04. CHICAGO PITTSBURGH. Kreitling, however, was not : 4-year-old son of Gun]
abrhbi abrhbi Shot-Ribbons and Bows from
Night Came A'lfitano 2b 5110 Bailey 3b 5120 used against the All-Stars be- I No Finer Tire Buysat
CHICAGO PITTSBURGH I the Gedney Farm looked
Clemens rf S 2 3 1 Vlrdon cf 4011 is every
abrhbi abrhbi of leg injury
>> Williams If 5000 Mota rf 4010 cause a bit as impressive as he did two
A'alfltano 2b 4 1 1 Bailey 3b 4121 Santo 3b 5132 Lynch If 3001 not considered serious.Ralstoll .
Clemens rf Vlrdon cf 4000
Banks Ib 5010 Stargell Ib 4010 weeks ago in winning the Brooklyn
Williams If 41 1 Mota rf 4121
t Cowan cf 4221 Mazer'ski 2b 4 0 1 0
Santo 3b 4011 Lynch If 4111 Bertell c 4000 McF'lane c 4010 Handicap at Aqueduct by 12
Gabflson Ib 3 0 1 0 Stargell Ib 3000
Rodgers 4120 Schofield
Banks Ib 0000 Mazer-ski 2b 3 0 0 0 I Jackson p ss 4022 Law p ss 4220 0000 lengths. This time, however, he

Cowan cf 4120 Pagllaronl c 3 0 0 0Schaflerc Sisk p 1000 picked eight pounds in
300011ev ss 1000 I ,
Freese ph 1000
Rodgers. ss 4011 Schofield ss 2000, Clenden'n ph 1 0 1 0 weight and carried the 130 over
Brogllo p 3110 Bliss p 1 0 0 0Clend'n' Burgess ph 1010
ph I 0 0 0 Schwall 0000 the distance in 1:491-5. The
pr Low Prices
T.tals 344113 Burgess Totals ph 1000 utah 41 7 14 4 Totals 34 3 11 2 Froehling time was one-fifth second off the These

31352ChiCai Chicago ................. 021 013 000-7
.......-........ 000 030 001.4 Pittsburgh ._.. ._._ .,... 001 001 001-3 track record.
Pittsburgh .............. 010 000 002-3 little
There to
E-S'argell. Rodgers DP-Chicago 2, Take Wins was actually
E'-Wllllims. Schofield. DP-Pittsburgh LOB-Chicago I. Pittsburgh 7. the running of the race. Walter
X LOB-Chicago 7. Pittsburgh 1. 2B-Jackson, Clemens Bailey Rodgers
5B-Santo 2. Williams. Cowan. HR- Cowan Vlrdon Santo. 3B-Clemens HR Blum sent Gun Bow to front aft
P Bailey (7). Lynch (13). Mota (S). S- -Santo (21). SF-Cowan. BALTIMORE (AP) Dennis
Broglio. IP H R ERBBSO er one-eighth of a mile, held as
IP H R ERBBSOBroglio Jackson W, 14." 11' 3 3 I 3 Ralston and Frank Froehling,
W. 4-f ... 02353 304 Law L. ,-i ... .. 2 1.3 7 3 3 0 0 seeded in the Middle much as a 2 length margin
Shantz f.._,...... 1.3 0 0 0 0 Sisk .......1 1 0 0 0 0 one-two going down the back stretch and
Bless, L, 4-7 ..... 423 I 3 3 1 5 Bork ..........12.ll 1 0 0 1 Atlantic, grass court tennis
Bark. ............ 1 1.3 0 0 0 1 1 Face ..._...... 2 3 3 3 0 2 then let him out when the field
Gibbon ._..__ 3 2 1 1 1 2 Gelnar ..... 2 2' I 0 1 championships, scored straightset hit the home stretch with one- .
WP Class. T A WP-Jackson. 72:31.Night .
k :" -13.842. victories Saturday and quarter-mile remaining. .

2 Night Came Game moved into the finals.

Klaus- 2b abrhbi 4020 Rolas cf-If abrhbi 4111 Hiller 2b abrhbi 3000 Rose 2b abrhbi 4000 Ralston required just an hourto Without a touch of Blum's

Kran'pool Ib 5 0 0 0 Callison rf S 1 1 2 Lamer ph-Jb 1 000Harper If 3000 breeze past Dave Power, a whip he galloped to victory as
Hunt 3b 3110 Allen 3b 4 1 1 0t Mays cf 4000 K'ugh ph-rf 1000 NO MONEY DOWNon
ChrTpner rf 4 2 2 2 Thomas Ib 4122 McCovey If 2000PInson cf 4120 19-year-old collegian from Fort Mongo from Mrs. Marion du-
Elliot cf 3100 Johnson If 2011 J_Alou ph-lf 1000 Robinson rf 4 2 3 2 Stable Sears Easy Payment Plan
R.Taylor e 101 0 Gonzalez cf 1100 Cepeda Ib 4131 Johnson Ib 3000 Collins, Colo., 6-2, 6-3, 6-3. Pont Scott's Montpelier
Altman If 4020 Triandos c 2010 Snider rt 1000 Cardenas ss 4000 came on take runner-up honors,
McMillan ss 3012 Dalrymple ell 0 0 Kuenn ph 1000 Edwards c 4121 Froehling eliminated fourth-
t Smith IS 1 0 1 0 T Taylor 2b 4220 Hart 3b 3111 Boros 3b 3111 three. lengths in front of Mrs.
Jackson p 0000 Amaro. 2000 Haller c 3000 Maloney p 2011 seeded Patricio Rodriguez of Delta Sun-
D'vnportphl00 0 McCool p 1000 Ada L. Rice's Judge.
Wliley p 1000 Cov'gton ph 1111 Highway Nylon
Gonder ph 1000 Mahaffey p 2000 Pagon ss 4110 Chile 6-0, 12-10, 6-3. struck from the Hobeau Farm
Wakefield p 1000 Wine ph-ss 1012 Hendley p
Graham ph 1000 Peterson ph 1011 Ralston and Froehling also was another 34 lengths back in
Totals 15 4 10 4 Totals 33 f 11 Totals 313_ 6 3 Totals 33 S S '
New York .. .. ... 000 110 0004PhIladsIptia San Francisce! .. ... 000 100 101=1 advanced to the finals of the last place. Guaranteed Against All Failures :

.. .. ,. .. 301 004 OOX-' Cincinnati Oil 021 Olx-$ doubles, but on opposite sides. For his sixth victory. all in for Tread Life Plus a 21-Month : 4 '
E-Plgan. DP-San Francisco 1, CIncinnati this
stakes in 11 starts year,
E-Allen, Hunt. ,
Philadelphia 7. "
2. LOB-San Francisco 5, CInCinnati
lOB-New York 7. Philadelphia 5. 5 Ralston teamed with Chuck Gun Bow paid $3.80 and $2.70. Guarantee on Wear Out .,
JB Rolas, Thomas. Johnsnn. 3B
-Allrn. 2B Cepeda. Pagan Robinson. Ed- Rombeau to defeat Bob Siska '
-Christopher (113) SB-T. Taylor. SRojas. wards. HR-Cepeda (If). Hart (IS), Rob
Baldscnun .Wine. inson (9). SB-Cepeda. and Dave Sanderlin 18-16, 6-4. ? .

Jackson __ .IP 1.3 H 5 R 3 ER 3 BBSO 0 1 L.7 .. IP.5 1.3'H R 4 ERBBSO 3 1 4 Froehling and Chuck Pasarell of 6.50x13
Hendley. I
Willey ..._. ,.523 2 I 0 0 5 Shaw _. .._ 23 1 0 0 0 0 Puerto Rico downed Rodriguezand DisqualifiesFor Tube1295: :
Wlkf1eJd.,4( 3-4, 2 1:1: 3 Z 1 Pregeiuer ...2 2 1 1 0 I less
Hunter ....rv.." 0 2 2 2 0 0 Maloney W. 11-t 4 3 1 1 4 2 Patricio Cornejo of Chile 5-
Sutherland .. .... 3 1 I 1 0 0 McCool ..... 3 3 2 2 0 3 .
Mahaffey ,..... .2-3' 4 4 2 2 T-2:40. A-19.t65. 7, 9-7, 64. OB Shot
Rpebuck* YU 41 .11-3 1 0 0 0 0
Baldschun: 3 3 0 0 0 2 Plus Tax and Old Tire
Wakefleld. faced 3 men In 6th; Hunter
faced 2' men In 6th. Friday American Boxes i CHICAGO (AP-Mike Souch- '
HBP-By Mahafley (Hunt). PS-R.Tavtor. *
T-J-47. A.U.1UArizona ak, four-under-par through 14 6.50x15 . .14.956.7Ox15 . 15.95

BOSTON CHICAGO Night Cam holes of the third round of the 7.10x15 . 18.957.5Ox14 . 15.95*

Mantili 2b abrhbi 4010 Land is cf abrhbi>3000> BALTIMORE abrhbi NEW YORK abrhbi Western Open Golf Tournament 7.60x15 . .19.958.00x14 . 18.95* .

State Bressoud ss 4020 Stepnens cf 0000Y'trz'skl Brandt cf 3110 Kubek ss 4000 Saturday, disqualified himself Plus Tix and Old Tire
cf 3 0 0 0 Weis 2b 4020
Aparlgio! IS 3 0 1 Rich'son 2b 4010
Stuart Ib 3000 Ward 3t 3000 Siebern Ib 3010 Mans rf 3020 himself on the 15th after hittinga
Horton If 3020 Skowron Ib 3000
Powell If 4000 Mantle cf 4000 ball from out of bounds.
Thomas rf 3000 Hansen ss 4220
I 4020
Flash Kirkland rf 0 0 0 0 c
Ta)7orI Tillman c 3000 Robinson If 3 0 1 0 Robinson 3b 4 0 1 1 Lopez If 4000 Souchak, far off the pace at
Smith 3b 2000
H'sh'ger rf 3 0 0 0 Bowens rf-If 4010 Peplton Ib 4030
I Jones ph-Jb 1000 M'Nertney c 3 0 1 0 Lau c 4010 Boyer 3b 4020 Tam O'Shanter with a 146 after
: Connolly p 2000 McCraw ph 1 0 0 0 '
Adair 2b 4111 Bouton 2000
I 'Stars' MVPCHICAGO Nixon ph 1000 Martin c 0000 Barber p 2000 Llnz: ph p 1000 36 holes, was making a bid in .. : Companion
Herbertp 3012 WW JWJWMlM. JI' lflf .
Totals 221S1 Totals: 30272 Haddix: p 1000 Gonzalez ph 1000 the third round. .
010 IB.ltlmore
Totals 35
Totals 32 2 7 2
Beaten .. ...... .. ,... .. .... 000 DOG DOo-I But his duck-hooked drive on ALLSTATE Passenger Tire Guarantee .. \ .
(AP) Halfback Chlcag ... .. ..... 000 001 Olx-2 "...... .. ... 100 000 010-2 Nylon
New York .. .. .. .. .... 000 000 OOfl- the 15th landed on an asphalt TREAD unr.GUARANTEE TREAD WEAR ,. ; ,
Charley Taylor of Arizona State firewood, Tillman. OP-Chicago 2. AGAINST ALL FAILURES GUARANTEE
lot. Souchak hit the ball I Tread LIT Guarantee)
LOS-Boston 3. Chicago 12. E-None. DP-Balttmor 2. LOB-Baltimore parking ALLSTATE tire i* W. fucrante* tread life for
University was named the most 2B-Breuoud. S Weis Hershberger. 6. New York *. off the surface and onto the Evry t.s4agsimtsl1taUurm tb* number of=: .S Against All Failure*
valuable All-Star in Herbert. JB-Boyer. 3B-Marls. HR-Adalr (6). SAparlclo. toed hazard or defect tread t '* Guarantee
Fridaynight's IP H R ER BBSO out-of- from 15-Month Wear Out )
without realizing in this rtturn it. IB
fairway life of the oncinal panod.
for fh .
: 28-17 loss to the Chicago Connolly L 21 7 S 1 1 4 4 IP H..1It ER BB SO will- exchange we will nplac it .,. y ?
tread. It tire xsHs. we ,
Ritchie _.. 1 2 1 0 1 1 Barber 2. 7-0 02-3700 13 bound stakes marked the lot.Opportunity 'at GUt ,ption-iepsir it with- charcwaT DM current exchange ,. 1
Bears. HertertW.S.3.. f 5 0 0 1 4 Haddlx 21-3 3 0 0 I 3 I out coat os. in sefaaBf for price lass a Mt dollar aUow-
WP-Connolly. (2). T- 2:25. A-5.M7. Bouton. U12-* 7 4 1 1 0 3 I the fare.; we wOi replace it :-.- '.70xlS Tub*. 750
Taylor drew 76 votes from Stafford 2 3 1 1 1 0 Type Blackball
Twilight Cam HBP-By Bouton (Brandt). T-2:22. A. (chart*.:ll t a ;; pl'FeMnl 1-:
writers and sportscasters cover MINNESOTA CLEVELAND 37.147. ebsts at<< .schsais .,nee.). cUe Tu eM tzwSHa at time
abrhbi abrhbiVersalles o( return (BO tisd.4atiencsmowtSrus daduc-
ing the game. ss 3 1 0 0 Held 2b-3b 4222 Night Cam ). S. Plus Tax and Old Tire
Rollins 3b 2111 Howser 5220

George Mira, used sparingly Oliva Kostro rf 3b 3112 2000 Wagner Chance tb IS If 4223 5230 MINNESOTA brhbl CLEVELAND ab r h M _. \\ I
Versa lies ss 4 0 2 0 Howser ss 5110 .
because of muscle in Klllebrew If 4000 Stange pr 0000 6.70ti15S
a pulled Kostro 3b 0 0 Salmon rf 5111 J" 11
Hall cf IlllWhitfield Ib 0000 .
his Oliva rf 4010 Wagner If 5111 Du. t* tho promotion .f ...* Tubelus
valuable Allison Ib 3000 Aicue c 5123
throwing arm, was
Killebrew H 4 1 3 0 Alvis 3b 0101
runner-up with 13 votes. Bailey c 4121 Salmon rf 5010 Allison Ib 4000 Moran pr-3b 1111 of our tell ..1....." to m.nogtment 5' Whk.w.ll Plus Tu
Allen 2b 2 0 0 DavaUllo cf 3' 0 IStlgm.n and Old Tire
Hall cf 3112 Whitfield Ib S 1 20
p 2000 Moran 3b 1100 Zim'rman c 3 0 0 0 Romano c 3111 v* have one tales petition
Taylor provided most of the Minctwr ph l000Franco.saphllll Allen 2b 4020 Davalille d 3 0 0 1 .
Brown ph-26 1000
Kaat p 2000 Brown 2b 3123 Our pay plea Allstate Batteries
offensive Tiant 3000Tetals
punch by 30 4 5. Totals p 3710 13 t Mincher ph 1 0 0 0 McDowell p 2 0 1 0
the All-Stars. His running and Henry ph l100Ramosp 100 include commission .nd"other
Minnesota .1... 300 ON 100- McMahon pI' 0 0Ttals
pass receiving set up a field Cleveland ............, 020 tie 03i-IIE 34202. ..Tvtals 34 0II 0 incentives. Last yeer our i.eI.Men's 6-V 011, 12-Month

goal which gave the All-Stars a, -Fosnow. OP-Cleveland 2. LOB. M.laetl _?.' __'...... SOS 002 Mi-2 I income wes in
Minnesota. Cleveland Cleveland .. __ __ ._. 010 ill tlx-< I overo9 S Guarantee Battery
3-0 lead and he threw a touch-I 2B-Chance. HR-Ollv '24) Battey (11) the five fifur brocket. Our .
down which ,.Aicue (3) Held (15) SB-Versalles. STlant. -. E-HalL DP-Cleveland 2. LOB-AAinn 688
pass helped sota 7. Cleveland f.HR a 's Chevrolet 34-55 Dodfe
1964 Soles are running close Fits 1940-54 ;
legians take a 10-7 halftime ad I -Hall (If). Moran. Romano. SF Pow-
and (except 6-cylinder
L. 5-11 41-35 5 5 2 2 -Moran.
vantage. I PIUS _.__h',. 0 2 2 2 I I IP H R ERBBSO .. ten percent ahead of 1963 orBits; 50 thru 55 Rembler plus many

Khppstein ..... 1 2-3 2 0 0 1 1 Kaat. L. 11-6 .... 4 1.3 7 5 4 2 1 insalesmen' _. Pills' ..4 bat.y
Fosnow ........ 11-3 3 3 3 1 1 Klippstem ..-. 1 2-3 1 0 0 1 1 with corresponding increoses I : :t: more cars.
Taylor completed the game, Roland '" __ 2-31 0 III Fosnow __..... 2 3 3 3 1 3 incomes.No '-
by grabbing a five-yard touch Tiant W. 4-1 5. 4 4 10 McDowell .... 4 :I' I 2 4 I 12-Volt 18-Month
Pleis faced 2 men in 5th. Ramos.W..i..2 4 2 2 I 1 I _ _ ,
down pass from Mira near the I WP-Stigman, Roland. T-2:50. McMahon .3 2 I I I I previous automotive experience t.

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Brown (m. Thomas (10). Freehan UL. Washington 4 Los Angeles 5. ....m.L (2) After 90 days, wo wilt re.
race. Wiggs, who never has S Regan. 2B FregosI. HR-Zknmar (10). SB'asingame. placo kattery. dI.?$0ly; Guarantee 88
II H R ERBBSOBowsfteld. For further information tele t Battery
a sub-four-minute mile .
run U 3-5 41-17 3 3 I 1 IP H. fK IB SO (or tfee period cf awnenkip.Oiarf 13
took the lead on the last lap. I Sanders 12.31 I 0 1 4 Osteen. W, Ill I 7 3 3 3 3 phone Mr. Allen Bewen forappointment. it based on rcfular
Stock .. 11-3 3 2 2 1 1 Kline .. ....1 1. o o o Ins rratfe-in. et tins ofrotwra. Fits 1955-63 Ckevrolet; 55-63 Pon-
Derek Ibbotson. former world Wyatt ...._ .. 2-3' 0 I 21 Newman, UfS 71-35 4 3 1 2 PR 67511. University price ties; '55-63 Ptymoirtk; 55.63 Oodfej
Regwi.W.S-1... I 2 2 ._ prorated over
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fecord holder, was second in H8P-By Bowsfield (Brown). By Regan lUlw ...?.___..1 I 0 S S 1 Ckevrt Co. noatkc of f.uoronte.. 1956-51 Chrysler; ...4 htte\y
4001.: I (Green). WP-Regan. T-3.-44 A-U'$. Veen faced 9 men In Silt.WCsteei. I ,! plus many ma.!'"y moro models.. ploi
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Parade of Homes Opens .,


business briefs i*

Doors of 12 'Showplaces'The .:.:!:::\ 5; '. -11'.:.!. '5

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1964 Parade of Homes opens at 2 p. m. today in Rene- Funds from the sale of 50-cent admissions and from the The Palms Inc.
concession stand at the Parade of Homes site will be used store chain says it had record
wood, a suburban residential area in northwest Gainesville. 18 N. W. 1st St., dealing in
by the Junior Woman's Club for contributions to charities sales of $854.4 million in the
homes included in the home showing whichIs The has
Twelve are here. apartments. company six months ended July 31. This
sixth of the annual events. This the Home Builders been authorized to sell 100
the ,
year of 14.7 cent
The display location is between N. W. 16th and 39th Aves., was a gain per
Association of Gainesville and the Junior Woman's Club onN.W.34thSt. shares of common stock at $100a over its sales for the same six I

of Gainesville are joint of the show. share. Incorporators are months last year.COMBINES.
sponsors Builders showing homes in the Parade are Quality Builders Carey Goddard, Leslie McClel- UNITS
The Parade of Homes will continue for eight days, spokesmen -
and T. D. Zetrouer, Tommy Ridgell, The James Company lan Jr., and Barbara McClel- NEW YORK (AP) Olin -
said with the this afternoon continuing -
opening --
G. M. Davis Macoma Homes, Young America Homes, Kirk-
lan all of Gainesville.
Weekdays the Parade of Homes will be Mathieson Chemical Corp. expects ARRANTSTO
through Sunday. ,
and Pierson McKinley Construction, Hugh EdwardsInc.
patrick ,
Investment I
from 3 until 8 m. Wauburg Corpo- to open its headquarters TRAINING SESSION I
p. "
open ., Ridgeway Construction and "H, Inc. ration P. O. Box Gainesville I
126 for this
Builders said the homes are "showplaces, some are fur- I cellophane production A. M. Kurtz, branch manager
nished, all are ready for occupancy and incorporate some of Jimmy Womeldurf is president of the Home Builders As- dealing in investments.The month at Pisgah Forest, N.C. for the The National Cash

the latest develpments in conveniences, styling and struc- sociation and Mrs. Alray Howard is president of the Junior company has been author- The industrial complex com- Register Company, in Jacksonville I

tural perfection found in the country. Woman's Club. ized to sell 100 shares of common bines research, sales, and production I' has announced the selection -

stock at $250 a share. In- units formerly locatedin of R. S. Arrants, serviceman :
corporators are Thea Scott, New Haven, Conn., New', for advanced electronic ,

Dick Scott, Earl Howard and York City and Asheville, N.C. training.

Ij Alice Howard, all of Gaines- Arrants will spend the 12

ville. Private weeks required for this train

Society for Education of Immature ing at NCR's new Service

Children, Inc., nonprofit Training Center in Dayton. Ar-

i.j DIXON corporation, by George Construction rants is married and has two

IBM MANAGERThe Karelas president, of New- sons. They live on SW 20th

International Business berry, to provide a vocation for Drive.

Machines Corporation 1 a s 1 t mentally retarded children. Picking UpPrivate

week announced the appoint- Subscribers are Karelas and DIVIDENDS UP 'i
Malcolm Rutherford ..
ment of Mrs. Howard Holder, both of construction in Alachua NEW YORK (AP) -General

Dixon, Jr. to the position of Newberry, and Frank Foley, of County, mostly housing, is Telephone & Electronics has
resident manager of its Gaines-
Gainesville. declared a quarterly dividendof
out of minor win-
coming a
ville office. In this capacity share three
25 cents centsa
a ,
Dixon will be responsible for VACATION FOR ALL ter-spring slump, reports the share more than the
__ company
University of Florida Bureau of ,
the sales and
corporation's I in T he
paid previous
Mrs. James Livengood, assistant Economic and Business Re
services in the Gainesv i 11 e
dividend is payable Oct. 1 to
I of The
Palatka, Ocala and Lake City manager Variety I search. stockholders of record Aug. %1.HERE'S .
: areas. IBM maintains a sales Store will use up seven Nassau Public construction is boom
____i.- Vacation awards in full
.,_ one ing. I I
=--r and service office at 236 SW 4th I

Twelve new quality homes go on display today in the 1964 Parade of Homes. Avenue, Gainesville. swoop next week. Nassau trips, The bureau released figures'i A BONUS

Dixon is a graduate 0 f the were given by RCA Whirlpoolto which show private construction''

Georgia Institute of Technology: sales people throughout Flo- authorized in June is higher DORIC

has rida with highest sales records than for the month in
and joined IBM in 1949. He same
I./t BUSINESS MARKET I served IBM in the capacities of each month since January. 1963. Comparable figures for the
F Paid vacations in Nassau will
REPORT customer engineering, field first six months both years
'technical representative, sal e s be enjoyed by: Mr. and Mrs. show 1964 is still behind.

w REVIEW VI representative, account representative -James Livengood, their s o nand Private construction includes!

: and federal account daughter, Jim and March housing, business places and .- I

representative. Ann, Mrs. Livengood's sister, other structures not for gov-
and and
Francis Granger, Mr.
He is a veteran of World ernmental agencies.In .

Stock Comeback in Crisis I Apartment War the II,Pacific during which area, and he servedin the Mrs.Cormick Robert is manager McCormick.of The Mc-Va- I authorized June, private was $1,228,000 construction', up' ,

Korean War. Dixon plans to riety Store. 5.1 per cent from June, 1963, of:
Construction move his wife and three children INSURANCE AWARD 1168000. "I
Has Several I
Implications from Jacksonville to Charles A. Martin, of Gainesville -' For the first six months this

Gainesville soon. won a trip to a Woodmenof year, construction hit $9,091,000, I Performs like efficient

@ Sfrui Unrk wimtlJ will pass the point of active in- The more sensitive 22-com- Still Soars NEW CORPORATIONS the World Life Insurance Society down 11.8 per cent from the 'I the tional extra furniture bonus of yet contepo.rarydeslgn.And..ItIi yon get-

BY ALBERT L. KRAUS flation. modity spot price index has also Field Conference Aug u st same period last year, $10,306- priced jt
been virtually unchanged for the TALLAHASSEE (AP) Con- Secretary of State Tom Ad- less than would expect to
NEW YORK The stock "If it does not reach it soon, 6-9 at Grove Park Inn, near 000. I you
market managed-to shrug off he observed, "the rising tide past year. But this index, struction of apartment houses ams this week announced the Asheville, N. C. In May, the 1964 pace had' pay for furnitvre.truly fine contemporary

the events in Southeast Asia of capital outlays which serveto which reflects the prices of continues to outstrip by far the chartering of six Alachua T. E. Newton Woodmen vice been 14 per cent behind the first:
decrease the items traded in open mar- combined construction of all County corporations. Incorpo- and director for field .
last week, but not without two pressure on president five months of 1963, Indicating'that t
periods of serious selfquestioning. supply, will make it harder to kets and is sensitive to other types of public lodgings in rators are not necessarily company said Martin qualified for the construction is picking up' coRY riJAMEQTOWI'J

reach, while the dwindling effects -changes in international supply. Florida, the state Hotel and officers. trip in a nationwide contest rapidly. r.:

of the tax cut, and the and demand, has masked Restaurant Commission reported. Included are: held from August 26, 1963, Most of the construction in-I

The sharp that first-hour carried over selloff rapidly rising burden of private strongly diverse movements.The The Florida Crown Publish- through June 26, 1964. volved is housing. I We recommend have the the.facilities office furniture to

from Wednesday the before and the debt, may arrest the growth of food component has mov- Robert A. Riedel, commissioner ing Company, 716 N. Main St., New residential construction' for your exact needs.

final-hour day drop on Thursdayon demand." ed downward, but the industrialraw said that $115 million worthof dealing in the publishing busi- SUGAR BATTLE authorized topped one million: Before yon' burden yourself i
material has A counterattack against the with office layout problem
As a result, the current expansion component houses ness. The company has been dollars in
Thursday could be attributed new apartment was reaching $1,002,000 \ ...
readily to normal investor will come to an end, moved upward sharply. The started during the first six authorized to sell 1000 sharesof sugar industry's campaign June, an increase of 1.7 percent
like the last short of full rise in the latter has exceeded common stock at $100 a against diet colas has been 1
nervousness in the face of employment months of this year. from June, 1963, when FR 2-3411
of men and machines. 9 per cent in the last 12 '[share. Incorporators are AlbertC. started by makers of sugar- II
uncertainty.The "This is $40 million more than $985,000 was the estimate.
weekly I But if it does occur, he warn- months. for the comparable six monthsof Edgar, S. L. Scruggs and E. free beverages. Comparing residential construction Open All Day SaturdayFor

decline the ed, 1965 could turn out to be a Confirmation of the fact that Sinclair Eaton, all of Gaines- Jim Hodnett, general mana- authorized for the two I Your Shopping
was last year. It is higher than Bottlers
of Royal ,
boom of prices have been less stable ger '
Week on top an expansion"a may ville.
six-month figure
greatest since the $6.6 million motel, $4 mil- periods, the ConvenienceMORGA
Gainesville which
Inc. of ,
than has been Gainesville
risky and even dangerous generally as- Yellow Cab of '
last November shows 1964 14.8 behind in'
lion hotel and $170,000 worth of was
Diet-Rite Cola said the
the week of In boom, but a boom nevertheless.So sumed probably must await Inc., P. 0. Box 242, Gainesville, makes but 12.8
rooming house construction bottlers have launched an ad- May, crept up to only
far the Bureau of Labor some change in the broader in- dealing n the taxicab business
President KeI'Busincss per cent behind in June again
dex. started during the first six been author- vertising campaign citing the V
assassI- statistics' wholesale commodity The company has Typewrite Agency I V
nedy's months of the current advantages of Diet-Rite. indicating a pickup in construc-
nation. But it _ price index has shown virtually Apart from international I year. ized to sell 200 shares of common tion work.
In addition to the diet drink
Riedel said that 294 new Central Florida
restaurants -
This index stock at $25 a share. In- 1 "Serving
was accompanied no change. reflects -events, and their effect on the Hodnett noted that his bottling Public construction authorizedin
by declining volume, evidence the prices of about 2,000 stock market perhaps the most were built during the corporators are J. Wallace 'firm also June totals $1,527,000, almost Since 1935"
provides a
of the market's unwillingness -' items. But critics, including the significant economic news week first half of this year, compared I Brown, Betty Jo Brown, and sweetened drink to offer people sugar. 60 per cent of the total construc- Complete Line of
believe the bad Federal Reserve Bank of to 255 for the first half Cornelius J. Brown all of
to news. -was the sharp drop in the un- I different types of beverages.The I tion authorized. In May, the fig Office Supplies
The New York Times 50-stock. have noted that the index is of last year.Nasser. Gainesville.
employment rate. For the first sugar industry is being ure stood at $142,000, and noth- 901-903 N. MAIN ST.
combined end e d at based largely list prices time Apartments Inc., .
average upon in four years, the rate. Starlight encouraged by the diet cola! ing was registered in June 1963.
489.87 down 9.56 for the week.] reported by mail, not upon dropped below 5 per cent Stamp 607 S. W. 3rd Ave., dealing in bottlers to drop its attack and

The Wednes- transactions. of the civilian labor force.MARKET real estate-apartments. The
strong recovery :I !concentrate on pointing out\ Established Florida stock brokerage firm Is in the
day and the more hesitant one CAIRO (AP) Egypt's President -company has been authorizedto the positive attributes of sugar
I of retail sales. Interested In
Friday could be credited as I i j jcJ Gamal Abdel Nasser has sell 250 shares of common and its benefits. process expanding
easily to investor confidencethe NEW YORK TIMES (MARKET New York Tmea AVERAGES, AUG. 7 I:his portrait on a stamp for the 'stock at $100 a share. Incorpo- I licensed registered representatives who desire opportunity 1

underlying strength of the i !I I first J time. The issue of 100,000 rators are Grinnell Hughes, PENNEY'S REPORT in a growing area. Write qualifications and

economy.But High Low Close Net Chg. i i'7.5-cent stamps is intended for Anne Voyles, and Carey God- NEW YORK (AP) J. C. I requirements to Box 491-A, Care of Gainesville Sun. t

while nervous selling, par- 25 Rails 147.76 146.14 147.18 Up 1.04 I I collectors only. 'dard, all of Gainesville. Penney Co., a department j -
25 Industrials 835.08 ------
824.60 832.57 Up 5.93 -
ticularly from European

for sources the, was declines cited, little as a reason or no' 50 Stocks 491.42 485.37 489.87 Up 3.48 FOR SALE. NEWBERRY, FLA. AIR CONDITION NOW! I IGainesville's

mention was made of the pos- STOCK 40' 252' ARC-RIB BUILDINGon
sibility that some of the buying, FLASHESNEW X

too have stemmed from the
Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer
of renewed inflation.
Stock prices, as measured by market reacted violently last The black headlines about I ARC-RIB QUONSET TYPE STRUCTURE FOR HANDLING AND
week to the Viet Nam military Viet Nam were the backdrop I structure located on approximately 2.19 acre of land adjoining! the BEAT
index, have practically doubl- north-eastern city limits of Newberry Florida In good condition and Is SALEBEAT I
crisis and took its sharpestloss on Wednesday for the worst, offered for tale together with the land to the high bidder subject: to the
ed in the last six
years period since the week of Presi- gale of emotional selling since' following conditions:
in which wholesale commodity 1. Truck scales situated on the land not included in the offer and arrangements THE HEAT
dent Kennedy's assassinationlast Nov. 22 but the recovery was' for purchase or removal are to be made with GFA
prices have .
Peanut Association Camilla Georgia.I.
almost level November. swift after President Johnson 1944 State and county property taxes to be paid by the purchaserwhen
Prices were recovering as made known the firm position'' due together with any special taxes or assessments entered THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES
Only a small portion of this against the property subsequent to January 1, 1 64. Sale to be made LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDAand
the week ended and calm was of the United .States subJect to easements for existing roads highways. and public
Increase, however, can be at- utilities. ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We .
restored to Wall Street by Defense On Thursday stock
tributed to inflation. Stock prices 3. The buyer must certify on his offer that the storage structure will be

prices have increased, but company Secretary Robert S. Mc- skidded again, this time be- 4. The used Government In the storage reserves and handling the right of to agriculture reject any commodities.and all bids. Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners-

earnings have increased'Namara's statement that he cause of nervousness over reported 5. Sealed bids on prescribed offer forms will be received until,5:00 p.m. a first class unit with good prices.
I'saw' no signs of a Communistmove Communist and American August 17. 1944. '
almost as rapidly. I, Complete terms and conditions for the sale and offer forms may be obtained
In terms of the present expansion -, against the U.S. becauseof military buildups in South- upon request at the following address: COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices.
stock prices today are' the American raids against east Asia. Commodity Contracting Credit Officer Corporation We only sell units that we know are the best to buy.

15 per cent above February!North Viet Nam. This nervousness was largelyout 412 USDA N.State E. Utti Office Avenue Building WE SEPVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL

1961, the beginning of the cur- As the week began, the stock of the way by Friday when:. Gainesville. Florida

rent upturn; but prices are no list was looked upon as beingin stocks rallied on the quietest Telephone; FR J-431J

higher in relation to earnings a vulnerable technical position -\trading in a year. 'I. I All unit ore Flush NEMA Cools Mohturs Delivered

than they were then-roughly analysts said, and almost, The Associated Press aver-I ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A Mounted. ITU Sq Removal' Price
Volts .
Amps t: hr. of Unit
bad would have of 60 stocks Rating ph.
19 times earnings.This any news age last week fell
is the significance of the served to set off a sharp reac- 5.0 to 314.3, the sharpest weekly S Controlled Thermostat Tioo 8 11 5 250 1.5 109.88

sharply higher June quarterand decline since the week end FLORIDA Swimming Pool 5,000 8 SII 290 1.7 128.97

first-half profits reports that tion.On Monday the market as a ed Nov. 23 when the averagefell .-1-J Speed FJM. 6,200 7V2 115 875 1.$1 152.50
12 230
have been appearing.One whole moved irregularly lower. 9.8. Slide-out Chassis 10,000 375 2.75 181.97
Rivers Construction 14,000 12 2..10. 610 4.6 199.97AIlCartifi.clNU
of the dangers of a sud- Prices worsened considerablyon The Dow Jones industrial average -I by Co. _
15,000 11.6 230 920 4 215.00
den increase in international Tuesday as the situation in last week was down I CN-I Rated.
tension is the possibility that Southeast Asia grew darker. 11.94 to 829.16. i A QUALITY POOL Backed by a 16,500 13.6 230 1.000 4.5 225.00

it could touch off of of stocks also S Prices include 17.500 12 230 1.040 S 235.00
hoarding Holders auto Weekly volume was 21331,659; FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY Delirtry 1-Year
5.3 26397
136 230 1,160 ,
raw materials a build-up in worried about which company shares compared with 20,781,050the Service .e Parts & 19000
business inventories, and a rise would be the first "target" of: week before. Labor and 5 Years 20.000 14.3 230 1.190 6.4 266.75
i 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
Warranty on Sealed 25,000 16 230 1.500 8 304.50
in prices that could reach up the United Auto Workers in:I Bond prices stood firm last i Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 Refrigeration Systems.GAINESVILLE'S .

through the entire economy. their labor negotiations. Some week despite the military crisis NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING
Albert T. Sommers of the concern was expressed about in Southeast Asia. I LOWEST PRICES LOW INSTALLATION COST

National Industrial Conference the progress of the UJS. presidential Corporate bond trading on;
Board suggested before last contest. The market's' the stock exchange totaled $45.7
week's military action in South- loss that day was the worst' million par 'value, topping the I Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board : Double! Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50

east Asia that, largely becauseof since Nov. 22, 1963 when Ken- previous week's $37.6 million i Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner : CHARGES
increased business and
consumer 1 Leaf Net
nedy was killed, but the declinewas and the $23.2 million turnoverof :

demand stemming from barely half as large as on a year ago. I CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
the tax cut, inflation might pose I I
& significant test for business, W.S.lI.idIastslI ( B. Bohannon Jr.

lat." tK;< vear. the Pierce,Wulbern, Murphey i RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. I Air Central I ,

Most business analysts, he I 1909 EAST 5th STREET ConditioningM
Corp I Heath all duct I
eaiu, view as touch and go for 33l! : DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, I ..... indwell I
PHONE 376 1291
the next two quarters the question NIpII1 622-7048 FLA. L Can .. tar free ettlmate*. S.!. 7th St. 0Slh Ave. Phone. FR 2-9561
Membe New York Stock
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Ruth Weimer-Womenls. Editor


Summer Craft Class !!


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tended Arts and Crafts classes sponsored by the Alachua $ I

County School Board in city schools this summer. Several 1 II I II

istudents, who attended the eight-week craft classes at I* rT+p*t7tta4J I II

Gainesville High School, are pictured today with their ;f d$
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'H Gainesville Sun Sunday. August 9, 1964

Church Circle Honors Member* Bridal Webbs Pack for Year Abroad Open House_ .,

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.rS '{(;', .. ,.'r' r The open house will'be held oJ oJat
: > the Wilmot home x945 SW
.." Miss Martha Jane K. .
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-- Edwards of Irvine, fiancee of x i
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: 4 Y Douglas Davis of Valdosta More than 100"college and
Ga., an informal luncheonwas ,
school hon-
high friends Dfjhe I
given recently by Mrs. oree have been invited to call f
S 'c. Earl Powers at her home. a from 8
"$0 to 10:30 pjnr.'
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centerpiece of the serving ta
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Az: ble.The hostess presented the k r; / Or Remodeling .

1H' bride to be with a corsageof h

stephanotis and a gift of L a .
silver and a corsage of rose- w. .. i 11

buds to her mother, Mrs. I

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honoree, her mother, her Dr. and Mrs. Wilse B. Webb and their children, Molly and Ann, center, I
.. 't: r r Irr sister, Miss Elizabeth Edwards Tom, at the left, and Jean, who is not pictured, will spend next year in Bot-

; Mrs. L. K. EdwardsIII tisham: England. Dr. Webb, chairman of the Department of Psychology at the

Mrs. Fred Cantrell, Mrs. University of Florida, will continue his research in sleep at Cambridge Uni-

r S S i L. William Graham Mrs. ersity. I r- -n I INVESTIGATE 4

... M. M. Parrish, Mrs. Gus Mc- All hands in the Wilse B. BACK TO
,: Griff, Mrs. W. Wade Hampton Webb household have been put Wednesday for New York, via i McCoy's

.. III, Mrs. W. B. McMullen. at work as the entire familyhas ( Washington and points in Con

Miss Robin Graham, Miss packed clothing books ,, necticut, and sail August 21 SCHOOLSPECIAL Custom Built t

'> Ann Dell, Miss Jeanne and records in preparation fora aboard the SS Nieuw Amster- i I I

+ Grand Miss Dot Hampton year abroad.Dr. dam, from New York harbor. KITCHENCABINETS

.; Miss Anne Conant and Miss Webb, chairman of the Their new apartment will

t / Gaither of Miami. department of psychology at not be completely strange for
: Georgeann
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">. : y"y'. : .* Wednesday morning, Miss the University of Florida has It is the same one Dr. and COLD WAVE
a 'r. T ; :t" Ff Edwards will be complimented received a special grant to Mrs. Frank Putnam leased 11 I k'

"%,:.' ;r-" i'.Ji' '1 with a coffee from 10:30 continue his research in sleepat years ago when they were In $ 50 r h Reasonable
: The ] Cost
England. Putnams have
.." until noon by Mrs. W. B. Mc Cambridge University.
; ,
., ,; : Mullen, who will 'entertain a He, his wife Mary, and their prepared Mary and "Bernie"for ej, Finaneln9Avoilebls

.. ; Y 'ifMrs. : \ 11' group of out of town friendsof children, Ann Jean Milly the new and different cus-

--- ...? -- ._.. ,.IiaiJi... ..';;". )<'Y' the bride elect. The and Tom, will soon have an toms they will follow in Eng- ?. eGuaranteed

L. C. Lynch above left, was honored on her 94th birthday by members party will be given at the unpacking job to do. lish living. Satisfaction 1

... of her First Presbyterian Church Circle preceedirtff their August meeting Gainesville Golf and Country Within the month, they will The family also will meet l INCLUDES
cousins of
Tuesday afternoon. The honoree is shown above with Mrs. J. Walter Davison, Club. unpack their belongings and Mary's, the Earl .i f. HAIRCUT PHONE
of FR
right chairman of Circle Seven, and Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor. Mrs. Lynch Hillsborough, Albert V. SHAMPOO
: a The weddin of Miss Edwards settle down in a flat in Bot- ;j '
member of the church for 75 years, holds a perfect circle attendance record a1"' Davis will be tisham Hall a country estatein Alexander, and his wife, the !/V, Sf SET 2-4361
Countess of Hillsborough, for -I ,
this .
year.ffUF an eve .jtember 26 in Bottisham England, a
the first time.
the Fir:. .. JUst Church of suburb of London. I McCOYBUILDING
} The Earl, now 80 years old, j I Even by Appointment I
Tour Will Leave For Fair Ocala. The Webb family will leave who was a member of I

r Churchill's Cabinet d u ring PHONE 372-1575 I SUPPLY

A party of 70 will leave Jones Sally Jones Bob La- geon, Jessica Wolfson and World War II, continues to HOUSE of BEAUTY CENTER

-'S. Gainesville by train tomorrow Bree, Vincent Millard Maury, Robin Russell. serve in the House of Lords 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd. I North Main at 23rd Blvd.
afternoon for New York City Carolos Rangel!, Jae Chul Rho, The party will return to fledff J. and attend daily sessions. I I.

on the second New York Ithaca Sailor, Mike Smith, Gainesville Wednesday, August ---- -

=World's Fair trip, which is being Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stur 19. -- """ \" Irene Dowd Business LawAccounting Training BetterSecretaries

..= sponsored Committee by the of Special the TODAY, August 9 and Mrs. Horace E. Dampierof Gives RecitalFaye .
of Miss Lillian Waverly, Holiday Inn. SpeedwritingGregg
='T,,Florida Union at the University Recent Bride Wedding WEDNESDAY, August 12 Lewis Miles presented Shorthand -'
--" of Florida. Friedman of St. Augustineand Business English
Coffee complimenting Miss Miss Irene Dowd in her senior
= The first trip was made in Joseph Leonard Halber- Martha Jane Edwards, fiancee piano recital last night at the I Business Word Power

= .early June.Directors. stein of Gainesville, 2 p.m., of Douglas Davis of home of her parents, Dr. and Business

=' for t he n ine-day Knights of Columbus Hall in Valdosta, Ga., 10:30: a.m. un- Mrs. David L. Dowd. Civil Correspondence Service

tour will be Dr. and Mrs. Del St. Augustine. Reception following til noon Mrs. W. B. McMullen The program included numbers Business Spelling Training ;'

Sterrett. at the Monson Motor Gainesville Golf and by Bach Beethoven, Schumann Cost Accounting

During the seven days In Lodge. Country Club.TUESDAY Prokofieff and Bern. Business Math '

Manhattan, the party will stayat a Wedding of Miss Dale Dar- August 11 stein. Typing

the Great Northern Hotel. lene Kirby and Charles Max- Wedding of Miss Peggy Jo An Informal reception followed 90 wpm In Speedwriting

Arrangements have been ey Glover, 4 p.m., Hawthorne Norris, daughter of Mr. and the recital. Cr Gregg.

made to attend the Fair, visit a !, Baptist Church. Reception following Mrs. Elijah Tatum Norris, The Gainesville Music Teachers 50 wpm in typing is our Cream Classes of Now the Crop Forming Rating

the museums and art galler- with Miss Linda Pit. and Randall Scott Dampier of Association recently pre-\ goal.

ics and see two theater man as hostess in FellowshipHall Waverly, Fla., son of Mr. and sented Miss Dowd with an Alma I Howell's! Business College
productions "Funny Girl"and 1YyYp x of the church. Mrs. Horace Emmanuel Dam- Fennell Scholarship Award to

"Olher. MONDAY, August 10 pier of Waverly, 7:30 p.m., aid her further music study at
Those from Gainesvil e Rehearsal dinner honoring Antioch Baptist Church, Route Vassar College. 218 W. University Avenue 3763507FALLWARD

making the tour will be: f r Miss Peggy Jo Norris and Three, Gainesville. Reception I

Mrs. Sara Bclknap Greg- : their son Randall S. Dampierof following in the home of the '

ory Yancey, Dr. and Mrs. R. Waverly, Fla., 6 p.m., Mr. bride's parents at LaCrosse.

E. Caldwcll and daughter, $ gY #!!!\,!,\ #!!!\'!'\

Sherry; Mrs. H. C. Ellerbe ; / ?; Li

and son Kit; Mrs. John E. ..fhtr {cart S

Kiker Jr. and daughter, Miss 0

Joan Kiker, and son, John .. : ........
: Kiker; Mrs. Jean 0. a t''U, ,
'a < 5 Mr. and Mrs. Harriott the birth of son, 'I" ;
Mitchell. Dr. and Mrs. Lynn George announce a :\:. "
Ten Eyck and daughters, Miss Peter David, born on August 3 at the North Shore Hospital of r 1. .

Julie and Miss Gretchen. Miami.
Bill Mrs. Harriott is the former Miss Marian Janet Gnann
Also Thomas L. Green,
daughter of Mrs. Peter R. Gross of Gainesville.
Keeter, Pat Keeter, Neal

Dunn, John Brasington, Jean
Parrish, Judy Hill, Ann Kirk- 1I I t Y3

; him, Naomi McDonell, Will- --- ; '
: lam S. Raines and the Street Mrs. Ronald Lynn Woods, above, was Miss Virginia Lee /

Ster r e 11 children, Jamie, Wilson before her marriage July 26 in the Pine Grove Baptist Tartan
: Vicki and Tyler. Church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse G. Wilson { '''rkN t 1 1'I.

Others in the party Include: and Mr. Woods is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Woods. ;

Major and Mrs. Robert The newlyweds have established their home at 409 NW 21st pt .. 3 PLAIDS

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Paul Gibson Ahmad Kashirad 'r' ahead. 36
who wish to have the special stration Offices at the Segal I II I in. wide.
Arnold Kramer, Nancy II
packet of helpful booklets on Building in Gainesville.Last I S
Lucas Dee Miller, Connie Ob-
erlin Gerald Priebe Jr. Jill homemaking, prepared b y week, information was See '' '
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home economists at the Ala- incomplete and several requests ., e new t ,
Rose, Judy Rose, Mrs. EthelW. or dlrioti fof f fobri
Russell, Michael Simmons, chua County Home Demon- were mailed to th e xPt'rdletolt fr n cent, c cnt
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Alex Stassinopoulos, Lea Stas- wrong a f o ur in th a .
Maria of Florida Agricul- One request was signed chose store .'' ,
smopoulos, Stassinopou math, NoW
los Bill Wolfe, Benny Cason, tural Extension Service, need only "Mary." No address was ; (puntnj Ckxtes .=- more a Qsily mted fob rcs f

: Roberta Jean Gelber, Stella only to send a request. given and consequently no quickfyr more '
packet can be sent. Mrs. Mc.
This free packet, preparedby
Swine hopes Mary will call i

Bridge Club Mrs. Josephine McSwineand and give the home demon- ,
Mrs. Elizabeth C. A h- stration offices her correct j
rano, is available by writing mailing address. I Ii i\ PinwoUCORDUROY
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Use It for bedspreads, pUy defies
Mrs. F. J. Hoffer and Irving You'll PAY TOO MUCH Her heart's in the Highland Tweeds by PRINTSA slipcovers, skirts shIA.mactIns ,
wash for Nay care r
M. Holzman took top hon Pendleton bonny separates woven of pure ors in the Wednesday evening loomed with heathery lilt. Wend of 50% Avrilr Rayon and like coffee sun $_ 19
virgin wool, a The wildest assortment of colon gold bright maize 1
game of the Gainesville IF YOU BUYBEFORE 30%' Cotton Drip dry Wash Is m Gainesville now. Start sewing blush roe .- 1 yd. p
Bridge Club with 74H match your aU wardrobe by sel.ctIng bright red and Many
'N Wear. Expensive looking wonderful front tnl* nw Morel
Fringe trim lined Neat Skirt,
points. There were six and one jacket, fully Wend of rayon and Sf29
half tables in play and the to feel and so ftC acetate which givs / Widewole $j49I '
Slipover shell wool.
fine Mu
in gauge a soft Impish swirl yd.
for North-South GETTING J i yd. I Corduroy yd.
average score easy t. sew! to your creations.

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H. Robbins finished in second Matchmatcs

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Bennett and P. A. Johnson
at Dark shades to blend Into ing Prints U match many of used here to give a rich reflection
were third with 62. KNOCKABOUT COATSfranklin's your fall sewing plans. Herds a the new seasons colon Combinations to the many prints and
L to excite solids. An with
group you can coordinate your
Mrs. Robbins and Dr. Kirk-
into ait C, 29 taste for the new y/\C minimum care
. land led the East West contingent array of new fall en- I Jsembles. styles' for schoolIf finish to give tare- 79V J
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. with 85Vi. Mr. and Furniture ManufQ.ctu..ersAMPLE I

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Van A. May and Ian T. Gil- : oUe ge mbop.I r
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son were third 73H.
109 W. University
The club will have its next I n e
fame at 7:30 tomorrow eve- 401 West Universjty Ave. Phone FR 22721.

: ning at the Recreation Cen South Main Sr at S.W. 13th St Free Parking In Rear Of Store FABRICS .. .

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Sunday August 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun SB I

I ..t. August Brides '. 1 Bridal I

which held an arrangement of 'Reception'Given

white snapdragons and baby

breath.The punch table was adorned i
x d
with white daisy arrange-
ments and candelabra. Mr. and Mrs. Grier Kirk- I

__ Cutting the wedding cake Patrick entertained Friday II
r 4M were Mrs. Robert A. Monroe evening with a pre nuptial
Miss Barbara Kelley and reception at the GainesvilleGolf
Mrs. Donald Brassfield. and Country Club to hon-

us a k. 'A. Pouring punch were Mrs. Vir- or Miss Nancy Calvert Pep-
gil Torrence, Miss Eugenia I 6, per, bride-elect of John Ru-
x! Bellamy Mrs. D. A. Davies I
dolph Carswell of Hazelwood,
and Mrs. William Goeller. z N. C.

A .t The bride's book was kept ra Receiving with the hosts
by Miss Linda Huguley and and the bride-to-be were her
Miss Helen Ann Davies. ry w edP e parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cal-
For her traveling ensemble,
vert Pepper of Gainesville and
the bride wore a montego blue
Waynesville, N. C.
knit suit, with white accessories. r A color note of yellow and
Arh d' 4 d M tMY C
,,A, white was e m p hasized
On Wedding Trip WI throughout the party appoint-
After a wedding trip to Nas- ments.
sau, via Miami, the newlyweds 4 : White alabaster urns on: the
will make their homein console tables in the club foyer -
t Gainesville.Out 1i I' held arrangements of yellow -
of town guests attend- and white summer
ing the wedding were Mr. and flowers.
Mrs. Reynolds Buckler of I The serving table, laid
x <
Lahabra, Calif., grandparentsof : > with a white net overskirt

the bride; Mr. and Mrs. y F t, over a yellow cloth, was

Donald Brassfield, Las Vegas i 'a F < adorned with a cutglass epcrg-
Nev.; Mr. and Mrs Tobey t ne filled with yellow and

Dowdy, Bainbridge, Ga.; Mr. i white flowers. Crystal can-
-' -- '" ......-,....... .. -.- and Linville delabra with
Mrs. Carpenter, yellow tapers
Mrs. James William Huguley III Noctor, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jesse Allen Hunt were placed at either side of

I George Insko, Paris, Ky.; the centerpiece.Those .

o HuquleyBucklerMiss Also Miss Eugenia Bellamy, ---A. _. _y-- --_. -- -- HuntWanningerMiss assisting in the hospi-
Columbia, S.C., aunt of the Mrs. James Allison Adkinson Jr. talities throughout the recep-
bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Vir- tion hours were Mrs. Justus
Saundra Lee Buckler anne and Miss
Huguley Nan-
gil L. Torrence, Charlotte, Williams, Mrs. Percy Beard,
and James William HuguleyIII Willingham.The Rebecca Jean Wannin- and family of Mulberry.The .
exchanged their cy attendants all N. C.; Mrs Ruby Donald, Adkinson-Hannon ger, daughter of Mrs. MildredR. bride's table overlaid Mrs. Frank Miles, Mrs. C. Ad-
wore Charleston, S. C., aunt of the Wanninger and Jesse Al- with lace dison Pound Jr., Mrs. Will-
of sata a tablecloth was
vows yesterday during an gowns in shadesof
afternoon in the blue fashioned peau with bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Miss Harriet Jane Hannon, and the bride's bouquet. len Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. centered by the wedding cake. iam A. Gager Mrs. Marcus
ceremony controlled John T. Huguley, Columbia, of Mr. and Mrs. Milam, Mrs. W. B. McMullen,
First Baptist Church with bell overskirts. daughter Those cutting the cake M. M. Hunt of Archer, were Silver candleholders held
Rev. Fred T. Laughon, wore headpieces of They S. C.; Mrs. Epsie Wynn, aunt Joseph Wright Hannon, be- were Miss June Dixon 0 fLake married Saturday evening at white tapers. Mrs Kenneth Hodge, Mrs.
pas- matchingblue
of the bridegroom and Luther the bride of James Al- Wales Clark Upp of Orlando, Miss
tor, officiating.The calla lilies and carried came ; Miss Louise the North Central Baptist The punch table was over-
bride is the daughterof bouquets of pink carnations. Wynn, cousin of the bride- lison Adkinson Jr., son of Mr. Hannon of Opelika, Ala. Mrs. Church. Rev. N. B. Lang- laid with a lace tablecloth. A Martha Nay Stedman and

Major 0. R. Buckler, and Little Miss Gail Barkley, groom, both of Steubenville Thomas and Mrs. James Allison Ad- Albert M. Dixon of Quincy, ford, pastor, assisted by Rev. silver candlelabrum centeredthe Miss Sharon Stedman.The .
the bridegroom is the son of flower girl, wore a blue frock Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. kinson of Orlando Saturday Miss Isabel Dixon of Talla- Dudley R. Gerald, pastor of table and crystal punch wedding of Miss Pepperand
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huguley matching those of the brides- C. Smith, Little Rock, evening in the First Methodist hassee, Miss Theo Hannon of the Advent Christian Church, bowls were at either end. Mr. Carswell will be solemnized !

maids, and carried a pink bas- Ark., and Henry Richardson, Church. Opelika, Ala., all aunts 0 f performed the ceremony.The Mrs. Ashby Hammond, Mrs. September 4 in the
Jr.Mrs.. Selden Waldo, organist ket filled with white petals. Sumter, S. C.Medical. Rev. Kenneth G. Rogers of the bride, Mrs. Robert J. altar was banked with Elwood Hendrickson, Mrs. W. First Presbyterian Chruch.I .

gave the wedding music. Darrel Torrence was ring Guild Sarasota, formerly of Gaines- Pleus Jr., of Orlando and palms candelabra holding G. Johnson, and Mrs. Dudley I I
The altar was banked with bearer. ville, read the double ring Mrs. Raymond C. Bender of white tapers and arrange- Gerald poured punch. Cake I I

palms and candelabra and Jack William Huguley was Plans PartySaturday ceremony. Joseph Boyles West Palm Beach. ments of white gladioli and was cut by Mrs. Lannie H. I
arrangements of white gladioli best man. Ushers were Paul served as acolyte. The two punch tables and chrysanthemums.Given Thompson and Miss Clara I

pompons and chrysanthemums. Glen Freise, Winifred Monroe Topiary trees of white dais- the bride's table were cover- in marriage by her Harvey.
Hazen, Robert Bark! e y ies were used to decorate the ed with white taffeta cloths cousin, George A. Glenn of Assisting with the hospitalities i FOR EVERY KITCHEN (
Given In marriage by her and Robert A. Monroe III. A swimming party to wel- altar, which was banked with and draped with garlands of Trussville, Ala., the bride worea were Mrs. Maxwell Wallace ,'Unique Faucet Convenience
father, the bride wore a gownof The bride's grandmotherwore come new members will be palms. smilax and caught with yel- gown of pea de soie and Mrs. Willard Ash, Mrs.
white organza and Chantilly a pink silk dress for given by the University Med- The nuptial music was provided low nosegays of roses. Chantilly lace featuring a Eugene Robinson, Mrs. Harry

lace, featuring a three- the wedding, and Mrs. Hug- ical Guild Saturday at Golf 6:30: by Mrs. Taylor Kirby, Pouring punch were Mrs. bell skirt, adorned with lace Massengill, Mrs. Eugene
tiered skirt at the back, which uley chose a turquoise silk I p.m. at the Gainesville organist, and Miss Martha Henry T. Stanley, Mrs. Juli- appliques and terminating in Branch, Mrs. B. R. Ford, Mrs. I
terminating in a chapel linen suit, a matching pill and Country Club.Reservations Ann Putnam, soloist. an H. McCranie, Mrs. R. S. a chapel train. Her bouffant Phil Sparks and Mrs. Margaret -
train. Her veil of illusion fell box. should be Given in marriage by her Mullin, Mrs. Chester V. Horn, veil of illusion fell from a clus- Lambeth.The .

from a headpiece of seed Reception Follows made by calling Mrs. Mich- father, the bride wore a gownof Mrs. Roland W. Bryan Sr., ter of silk lilies. bride's book was kept
pearls and crystals. She car- A reception followed the ael Eisenberg. Alencon lace over candle- Mrs. Claude M. Franks, Mrs. She carried a bouquet of by Mrs. Roy Lamb, Mrs. Car
ried a bouquet of white or- ceremony at the home of Swimming and games and light peau de soie with a full, Sanford W. Goin, Mrs. EugeneH. white roses and lily of the val- ter L. Hall of Clearwater, Miss
chids, roses and lily of the Judge and Mrs. J. C. AdkinsJr. an old fashioned picnic i circular, chapel-length train. Boyles, Mrs. Richard C. ley and a prayer book pre- Julia Cheves and Miss Glenda
valley. Palms and chrysanthemums have been planned for the Her mantilla was of matching Sanders and Mrs. Earl C. sented to her by members of Gay Glenn of Trussville. SHOCKLEY
Blue Gowns Worn were used in decora- evening by Mrs. Frank Agee Alencon lace. Deck. the Young Women's Auxiliaryof The bride chose a royal blue PLUMBING, INC.

Attending the bride was her tion.The and Mrs David Drylie, social She carried a bouquet of Also assisting in hospitalities the North Central Baptist linen suit and matching hat I 515 SE 11th Plat
Miss Gloria Bucker as bride's table chairmen.Mrs. Miss Ellen Church. I 3720405They're
sister, ; was over- roses, lilies of the valley, cen- were Mary for her traveling ensemble.
maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere laid with an antique white Joseph P. Gennaro McCranie, Miss Anne Deck, Miss Cherrie Ford attendedthe I I -
tered with an orchid, and a
Miss Carole Moore, linen tablecloth and decorated will be in charge of enter- Miss Barbara Buns, Miss Gail bride as maid of honor. i
" book given to her when
Miss Sharon Goeller, Miss Jo- with an antique candelabra, tainment. prayer she was christened.Mrs. Thomas, Miss Betty Ann Bridesmatrons were Mrs. :I
Franks, Miss Sheryl Sand- Charles Finley and Mrs. Carolyn ,
Nickolas Sanford Smithof
ers, Mrs. Roland J. Ward Jr. Hartman Deanne. JunI I
I Cossaboom-Ga/e/ NuptialsSolemnized bridegroom Palm Beach, was, sister matron of the of Mrs. Donald R. Davis, Mrs., ior bridesmaids were Miss I /

honor. Bridesmaids were Marable deTamble, M r s. Ann McCammon and Miss I /4
John R. Riddick Jr., and Mary Day Coker.
Miss Dixon cousin of the
Judy ,
yesterday noon,
Mrs. George Harrison. Little Miss Renee Hunt
the wedding of Miss Patricia bride, of Quincy; Miss Sue Es-
Rice bags carrying out the was flower girl and, Hal
Ann Gale and Edwin Dew i 11 slinger of Coral Gables, Miss color scheme of yellow and Stringer was ring bearer. I
Cossaboom Jr. took place at i Margaret Henderson of Tal- white were distributed by the Attendants Gowned Alike I
the St. Augustine Chapel. '+v lahassee, Mrs. David Bristowe bridesmaids.For The attendants wore floor-

Father William Joseph per- ___ Jr. and Miss Rosemary John- a honeymoon trip to length dresses of lilac peau

formed the double ring nuptial 5 son of Gainesville. Jamaica, the bride chose a de soie and matching acces-

mass before an altar Attendants Gowned Alike cotton tweed sheath and sories. They carried crescent

adorned with arrangements of All wore identically fashioned matching jacket with green bouquets of yellow Fujii
white gladioli, chrysanthemums v formal gowns of maize alligator accessories. chrysanthemums.David I

and daisies. peau de soie with Dior bowsat After August 25, the couple M. Hunt served his :
Miss Virginia Garring was qatCpiv the back of the bodices. will be In their new home at brother as best man. Ushers I ) -
the organist.The Their matching veils of illusion 506 SW 42nd Street. They were Allen Keith Adams of ,
bride is the daughterof will resume their studies at Archer, Golden R. Gamble,
were attached to a cluster -
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. of fabric roses. the University of Florida. Johnny Yarbrough and Cam-
Gale and the bridegroom is Out of town guests eron Davis.
R were
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin They carried bouquets of Miss Theo Hannon The bride's mother chose a I
D. Cossaboom Sr of Mel- white daisies, yellow roses and Miss Louise Hannon, Opelika Opelika;, dusty rose sheath with lace '

bourne. ivy.Robbie Ala., Miss Isabel Dixon, Talla- overblouse, matching acces-
The bride, given !In marri- Bender, godson of hassee; Mr. and Mrs. AlbertM. sories and an orchid corsage, c t

age by her father, wore a a a the bride, served as ring Dixon, Quincy: Miss Kay for her daughter's wedding.The .
floor-length gown of white i bearer. and Judy Dixon, Quincy; Mr. bridegroom's mother worea '
peau de soie trimmed with re- Dennis John Flanagan of and Mrs. Charles Touchton, light blue linen sheath dress
embroidered lace, featuring a Orlando served best with white accessories and' "''-<.::;:
as man. Dade City; Mr. Grahame \ ....,,, .
sheath skirt and chapel an orchid II
a Serving as ushers were Harry Smallwood Jr., Washington, corsage. I -'
train. Her veil of illusion fell Home .\. ... ..
Graves Adkinson and Robert D. C.; Mrs. Mildred Evans, Reception /tp: ; -
from a crown of crystal 3 F Lee Adkinson of Orlando, St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. A reception, given by the ... .

beads. brothers of the bridegroom, Milo C. Winters, Chris and bride's mother at her home, # 1 .\. ..
The entire bridal ensemblewas a Nickolis Sanford Smith, North Miss Nancy Winters, Fort followed the nuptials. Ar- "'/ ,..
made by the bride and Palm Beach; John Huey Drou- Lauderdale; Mrs. Agnes rangements of yellow and ..

her mother. The brides' bou- ilhet, Bay town, Texas; Rich- Geier i Windermere; Mrs. white flowers were used in I : \
quet was a cascade of white > e.e decoration.
ard Gorden Pearson of Key Lawrence Adkinson, Miss I:
roses, stephanotis and centered V ,, ; Biscayne; Thomas Jackson Lucy Dorsey, Mr. and Mrs. To Live HereAfter I

with an orchid. ; Warner, Atlanta, Ga., and George Edward Putnam, all a wedding trip to
Miss Marianna Mannelli of Merritt Stanley Huber Jr. of of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. South Florida, the newlywedswill
Miami served as maid of hon- s Bettsville Ohio. W. J. Cagle and family 0.f be at home at 719 NE

or, bridesmaids were Miss J ;w F For her daughter's wedding, Hemmingway, S.C.; Mrs. 10th Place.
Paula Sommese and Miss Pa- the bride's mother chose a S. E. Gause, Charleston S.C..; Out of town guests presentfor

tricia Narron. powder blue organza over taffeta Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. the wedding were Mr. and
The attendants all wore dress adorned with ap- Bender, West Palm Beach; Mrs. George A. G I e nn and
gowns: of crepe featuring A- pliqued lace and iridescent Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. family, Mrs. Susie Glenn,
line skirts and matching pillbox Adkinson of Minneola Mrs. Ala. Mr.
sequins and matching acces-' ; all of Trussville, ;
headpieces with circular sories. The brideg roo m's Rowan Pickard of Clermont; and Mrs. Kenneth L. Harrison -

veils. mother chose a shell pink Mr. and Mrs. Murray Craw- New Smyrna Beach; ,
The maid of honor's dress Mrs. Edwin Dewitt Cossaboom Jr. peau de soie sheath. The bod- ley of Montverd; Mrs. L. F. Mr. and Mrs. Carter L. Hall,
was of teal blue and the ice was ornamented with cry- Mullis of Clermont; Mr. and Clearwater; W. L. Cabaniss,
bridesmaids dresses were The punch table, centered For her wedding trip, the stal beads and seed pearls. Mrs. R. D. Wrightam of Min uncle of the bride, and Bill '
cherry red and emerald green. with a flowing fountain of bride chose an aqua silk She wore matching accessories. neola and Miss Kit Young of Cabaniss of New Orleans, and
Father Best Man punch, was laid with a white shantung suit-dress with Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Max Howard '
Both mothers had
Edwin D. Cossaboom Sr., linen cloth and decorated with matching hat and white acces- corsages ,
served best for his of white orchids. i
as man smilax. sories. She wore the orchid '
son. Ushers were Wilber I I Introducing guests to the receiving corsage from her bouquet.The Reception Given For Those Who CareSWIM
Young,: of Miami and WilliamRun'an line were Mrs. Thomas bridal couple left for a Immediately following the
of Pensacola.The B. Elfe and Mrs. JosephL. wedding trip to south Flori- ceremony, the bride's parents The Most. ,; Here! They're Beautiful!
bride's mother chose a Sommese. Mrs. WilliamR. ida. They will be at home at entertained with a receptionat
teal blue dress of embroidered Walker, sister of the bride, 1236 NW 14th Ave. after Aug- the Holiday Inn. Tailoring of the ultimate quality
taffeta, matching accessories kept the bride's book. Mrs. ust 17.Out. Greeting guests at the door the construction
and of white were the Mr. and Mrs. Ray- LESSONS featuring single
a corsage Sue Walker,, Miss Lilly Car- of town guests included
roses. The bridegroom's mother ter, Mrs. Robert Kalkman and Mrs. Mary Dorst, grandmother mond C. Philips, Mrs. and collar In red, jade, mocha.

wore a beige dress with Mrs. Carl F. Wright served of the bride, Brooklyn, N. Mrs. Robert L. Johnson, Mr. SIZES
matching accessories' and a the cake. Y.? Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ri- and Mrs. W. Travis Loften ; Individual Private Instruction for Childrenand $8995
corsage of red roses. Wedding Dinner Follows cho, aunt and uncle of the and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hend Guaranteed Adults Given Results in The Holiday ,Inn Pool back 8T016

Miss Martha, Miss Carolyn Following the reception, a bridegroom, Hamden, Conn.; erson. or your money

and Miss ,Doris Elfe, buffet wedding dinner was given Mr. and Mrs. Warren Briggs, Introducing guests to the for further information call 'owllajranklins
wearing white pique A line by Mr. and Mrs. E. D. ,St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. receiving line was Mrs. DickT.
dresses with bows matchingthe Cossaboom Sr. Close friends, Gerald Carris, Orlando; Mr. Phil)aw. I fA TOM OLSEN oueBc Ibop1

attendants dresses, pass- relatives and out of town and Mrs. Lewis, Indiatlaii- Featured on the guest book : -4"372-7187
The Inn
Q Holiday
ed out the rice bags. guests attended. tic, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- table was the traditional memory : or
The bride's parents gave the The head table was decor- Gregor, Cocoa Beach, and candle circled with ivy.j j | UF 2 Yr. Lett riN.n 401 West University Ave.

reception at the University Inn ated with an arrangement of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Moonen The bride's table was centered j j I Member_S.E. C.III'-O..C. Ch.Mpio.skip Te.M I Free Parking In Rear Of Store

following the ceremony. tipped carnations. Melbourne. with the wedding cake. !

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August 9 house WHERE : ... IOOOOEIWWfEA I ..
Bon voyage open I
honoring Miss Ann Webb, 8 SHOPPING J//)( Green
to 10:30: p.m., Miss Julie Ge- I .Iilb iiis-....stamps'l i
han and Miss Barby Wilmot, r r Armour's Star
at the Wilmot home, 3945 IS A -' 3-lb. can I
SW Third Avenue. ARMOUR'S STARBONELESS ex.iree W 4. Aug. 12. 1M4 '
Open house for their ['PUB1X'[ PLEASURE! RRB IAW; ,

daughter, Mrs. B. C. Hutch-
eson, and Mr. Hutcheson of
Fort Worth, 5 to 7 p.m., Col. 1OOr6E9iOO
and Mrs. L. E. Schoonmaker 'zt :
800 SW 25th Place, Kirk- ::: CANNEDHAMS J" Green ," I
wood. .II s cup.s.d prda.2Psi
Gainesville Junior Wom- M I Any Style Lustre Creme Hair ..1
an's Club, Parade of Homes, 14-oz can 99c plus _
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2 to 8 pjn., NW 28th Avenueoff Auf. IL 1IN '

34th Street. 4 ...-...)OQOQQjOOOQQOOOOQiQ) ....' !
MONDAY, August 10 J JIOO
an's Gainesville Club, Parade Junior of Homes Wom, S 29 EF leA IOO
off 34th ii 3lb. II
NW 28th Avenue .
::: 2
Street can Jfll: Green Stamps
Gainesville Bridge Club, J T. I v 7:30 pjn., Recreation Cen- YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE
ter. .. 5-oz. jar $1.15IS. I
TUESDAY, August 11 \.
Gainesville Junior Wom- \ 47( GREEN STAMPS kQQnQ&QQ.1 ,
an's Club, Parade of Homes, WITH COUPON!
NW Street.28th Avenue off 34th OO6111OO 'j

WEDNESDAY, August 12
"TV Reception" Universityof for fresh- A ........-4 Stamps. Ilrit q...
men entering the AUGUST 12,1964 HUSKIES CAT FOOD I
Florida in September 2-lb. pack 49c gj
their parents, 8 pjn. Alach- ue .Kpim Wed. Aus 12. 194 ,
ua County Alumni Club hostsat S" l PIIJX''": -
UF Faculty Club, West Bumble Bee Brand White Meat

Newberry Gainesville Road.Junior Wom- Swift's Premium Chunk Tuna 6*? 43 IO; ; O 'I

an's Club, Parade of Homes, Corned;: Beef lb.65c ca
NW 28th Avenue off 34th Blue Ribbon Purple J" Green Stamps

Street. Swift's Premium Super Size Chopped Ham or I wlb riii*cevpon end wAnt eSTALEY'S : I
University City Bridge Plums No. 2/2
Club, 7:30 pjn., Weed Hall, 6ox.pkg. 4 cans $1Swift's CORN OIL
New England Loaf '' '' '' 24-ox. bot. 45c
107 NW 15th Terrace. : Swift's Canned Corned W.... Au. 12. 1164
Summer Bridge, Univer- S 8. I
Sizzle Sealed Premium Label
sity of Florida Women's Club *
Beef Hash
and Newcomers Group, 8 Franks 2 12-oz. 69c . . s 29 1 1J
pjn., Clubhouse, West New- pkgs. 5O150
berry Road.Gainesville. Upton's Famous LabelInstant
Bridge Club, Tasty ;l Green Stamps
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Tea 3-oz, 79jMrs. w.lh; ikit I
coupon and pwckgst sI(;
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Student recital for Summer Trout Fillets I ar b Cooked Quick Cubed or Pepper Steal
Vere e e e
classes of Dr.
Voices Bell's SmoothPeanut 20-oz. pkg. 89c
Richards, 8 p.m. Recreation 1 t .

THURSDAY Center. August 13 ti Butter 12-01.jar 25 I t-JQlO Q: m IllQ( ( MJ

Gainesville Junior Wom-
an's Club, Parade of Homes, 50 EXTRA FREE 050
NW 28th Avenue off 34th

Street. 'r'I;; .. e ,'Ii"11 specialsBreakfast Jfli Green stamps
FRIDAY, August 14 I wirit" tfiit coupon end""dilSe":
e 1
Gainesville Junior Woman's ; DETERGENT SPECIAL Club Personna Stainless Steel Blades

28th Club,Avenue Parade off of 34th Homes Street., NW .. %MARRTS.q.,,_ ... Oleo 2 ::;. 35'Betty .. ,'....... ..pir pack.* W.d.of Au 5,. 12.79c 1901OOOOO.OpOO.oO

9 a.m.Gainesville, Holiday Bridge Inn. Club, ,, GIANTTIDE # .........: ( () () OJ)8.- ; .

SATURDAY, August 15 Crocker Delicieui Date

University Medical Guild 'NutBread17 ,Z'S9' SOIDEFWrEA 050
Swim party and picnic supper Pk 9
6:30: p.m., Gainesville I3,1 l Green Stamps
Golf and Country Club. I ...6ia......-dI...
Gainesville Junior Wom- fl'o zen foods RAID ROACH & ANT BOMB
an's Club, Parade of Homes, 14-os. can 98c
NW 28th Avenue off 34th Minute Maid Pink or Regular .xpirw Wwf. AIM. 12. 1901QQQQOQggjg

: 49c: Lemonade669 '.,..-..' 0 OJ)a

Street.Deans ; 4'1 Chef'i FrozenWaffles 5OEFT5

To Live /In limit purchases 1 per customer af $3.00 with ti,. STAMPS GREEN . .IO-oz.. 23pkg. f I Jftl Green.<*Ate...fKM ead Stamps vwcbete eft

or more ya Clerk ChoppedSteaks JOHNSON'S KLEAR WAX
20-ox. 27-oz. size 97cextiree
\ pkg. Wd AIM. 12. 1M4

Mrs. Kath- tiA
ryn C. Terry and Aubrey J.
Dean were married Saturday .- .
afternoon in the First Baptist f f f 'T \ VENJOY Folger's FlavorfulInstant
Church of Williston. The dou-
ble ring ceremony was per- I
formed by the Rev. James Coffee aos.99
Shelton. I .
The bride is the daughterof I (limit 1 per customer with purchases of $3.00 or morelLibby's )
B. C. Corbin and the late I
Mrs. Corbin of Williston and I Pineapple-Grapefruit
Mr. Dean is the son of Mrs.
'Joe Dean of Chiefland and I Fruit Drink :: 19
the late Mr. Dean. f f .
Floor baskets ofvhite I Tie4r.s.c Hunt's Tangy
and chrysan- ,I
gladioli yellow
themums formed a back-I: ; TSp PF *
Tomato 15
ground for the ceremony. Catsup . b :
Mrs. A. L. Griffis, organist, Ii
gave nuptial music and Mr. ; White HouseApple .
Shelton sang "The Lord's i
Prayer" at the close of the i Sauce 2 "
ceremony. . ;a; 29cHunt's
Wears Blue Lace
The bride, given in marriage Healthful
by her father, wore a
street length sheath of pow- Tomato Juice c19c
der blue lace and accessoriesto : .
match. Her headpiece was
a bandeau of flowers and her "
bouquet was of yellow roses. i .
Mrs. Marion Corbin, sis- dotcit produce lane ;
ter of the bride, was maid of i .. ..
honor. She wore a two piece THE ,..,' ', :' ,, --; ,
dress of yellow crepe and a i a.. U. S. No. 1 All Purpose ; -'-,:==_
bandeau of daisies in her .
hair. Her bouquet was of yel-
low carnations.Cecil .
Faison of Trenton .
served as best man. : *AT PUBLIX! Potatoes 10 Ib. 49c
Mrs. Dean, mother of the : bag :
bridegroom, wore a dress of I I
pink voile, white accessories :
and had a corsage of pink I --

roses.A reception. was held after 1' WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE! _--

the wedding in the Fellowship : -- -
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Building of the church. GAINESVILLE
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The wedding cake and
punch were served by Miss i
Marion Corbin and Mrs. Pat' ,
Heckard Jr. of Gainesville, a tI91gQRGz i SHOPPING CENTER : :._
sisters of the bride, and her c PU IX : :
sister -in law, Mrs. Nelson i CptEl ; fS A P&S&8&I3B ..
Corbin. 1' : 1014 N. MAIN ST. :. .
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Yellow candles and yellow I M
and white daisies decorated STORE HOURS 9-9 Monday thru
the table. \,4 : Friday. "4 ,

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Gann-Sapp First Course 1

ENGAGEMENTS For an epicurean first

LEESBURO Mr. and graduated from Starke High course, serve marinated artichoke I

Mrs. R. B. Gann of Leesburg School He attended St. Johns _m_....._ _._ _.. ...".., y" ',"'___,,_,__,_ prepared hearts in jars()they with sliced come 1
River Junior College and is 1 R
Announce the engagement of presently employed by t h eState 1 smoked salmon. Hare a pepper i
their daughter, MisS Carolyn Road Department. 'Ii'IiL' grinder a cruet of olive '!
Annette Gann of Alachua, to wa oil and wedges of lemon on I
The wedding will be an hand. S
Wayne Walter Sapp, son of event of September 13 at !
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of 3:30 p. m., at the Pine Level w $ z i i
Starke. Baptist Church.No I IXQ1tt

The bride elect,was grad- invitations are being McL !

uated from Santa ..F'e.H: i gh sent and all friends and rela _
School. tives of the couple are invitedto By BOB OAKLEY
The bridegroom elect was attend. I1 II LET'S TALK


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I Hither And YonBy I 1 y ; L __ w -,.,;,_.._i$ still matching many who people like sets I i iJ

t, 4ti of tables for
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many professional -

Rain and rice. RUTH WEIMER <'" ,i,.,..._:tLL_. __- 'H.W' __ ___* L_. _,. .. ._ __ _0 ...- ---___ .--..-....._ <.< today decorators
That was the weekend theme, as a record rainfall was Miss Myrtice Elaine Smith Miss Susan Georgene Beath Miss Linda Elizabeth Dennis Miss Carolyn Annette Gann Miss Sylvia Ann Miller .. like to make
registered and a record number of weddings, bridal dinners each table different.entirely -
and parties took place in Gainesville.One Lane Family t ab o.Ir.I.y Not only dif-
bride-to-be, Nancy Pepper fiancee of John Carswellof SmithJohnsonNEWBERRY i DennisPriebeBRADENTON ferent sty 111,
Hazelwood, N.C., takes rain in stride. She and her par- Reunion ListedAnnual but different materials and
ents, the Calvert Peppers have been spending the greater finishes.
= Mr. and Health Service in Montgomery Mrs. Zol- with an A. A. in nursing. She When it comes to the coffee -
part of the summer at their home in the mountain countryof 11111
reunion of
family cocktail table,
Mrs. William Austin Smith of Ala. lie W. Dennis of Bradenton an- was graduated with honors in 111111 or you
Waynesville, N. C., where rain is a daily occurrence. want to use several
Sarah and Nancy have been back two weeks and Calvert Newberry announce the en- The bridegroomelect Is nounces the engagement of debate, dramatics, j o u r n- the friends and family of J. S. tIl small may tables instead of one
gagement and approaching the grandson of Mrs. Caroline her daughter, Miss Linda Eliz- alism and music. Miss Den- and Kate E. Lane will take large one. According to the
returned Wednesday. Business in nearby Maggie Valley, N. C., I
has kept them both busy.A marriage of their daughter Witkowski and the late C. Fe- abeth Dennis, to Gerald Otto nis is presently employed by place Sunday, September 6, size of the sofa or sectional,
very Miss Myrtice Elaine Smith, to lix Witkowski, and the late Priebe Jr., son of Mr. and Alachua General Hospital.The at the Manatee State Park, there is always a great variety -
week or so ago Sarah directed a fashion show duringa of cocktail tables to choose
tea at the Mountain Valley Golf Club when the new fall Shelton Warner Johnson, son Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mrs. Gerald Otto Priebe of bridegroom-elect was near Chiefland. Everyone is from. Wood and formica top
fashions from her shop, Sarah Pepper, Inc., were modeled. of Mrs. Mary W. Johnson of Johnson.Mr West Palm Beach. graduated from Seacrest High invited to attend and bringa tables are still the most popular .
Calvert has had more than plenty to do with his 18-hole Baltimore, Md., and the late Johnson was graduated Plans have been made for School, Dekay Beach, DeVry picnic dinner. but leather tile top and, glass lacquered, marble -

course Golf and Country Club in Maggie Valley in full swing. Shelton Warner Johnson. from Loyola High School, Bal- an August 21 wedding at Mc- Technical Institute of I r I colored, top tables are also in
The club opened last fall. The bride elect Is the timore, Loyola College and Caul Chapel of the First Bap- Chicago, and Palm Beach JunI I' great demand.
Joining the family here Wednesday, will be the Peppers granddaughter of the late Mr. the University of Maryland.He tist Church. ior College. He is presently a I And, there' never been a
older daughter -Mrs. Bill Appleton, and her young son, and Mrs. Lloyd Adkins Pooser is a member of Chi Epsi- The bride-elect was graduated student in the College of Engi- sizes wider of selection tables of than shapes there is
Billy, of New Brunswick, N. J. Bill will arrive August 28 after and the late Mr. and Mrs. lon, civil engineering honor from Manatee High School neering at the University of e today. There: are wedge,
he receives his doctorate in nuclear physics from Rutgers Thomas Owen Smith of New- society, and is employed by and Manatee Junior College Florida. lamp, step, cigarette console,
University. Blount Brothers Construction boomerang, free-form, com-
berry. ( nnattdia mode, drum, tier, and even
Company of Montgomery, Ala. '4 ,
tables in great
Houseguests for a week of Col. and Mrs. L. E. Schoon- Miss Smith was graduatedfrom MillerLyonsMr. I THE FAVORITE 1 1IN variety.lazy-suzan
maker are their oldest daughter, Mrs. B. C. Hutcheson, Mr. Newberry High School Plans have been made for a TOWN TO J Many low lamp tables are
Hutcheson and their young daughters, Dorothy and Holly, and attended the University of January 2 wedding, which will and Mrs. Clifford Rob- vallis, Oregon. He is a mem- MEET LUNCH.FOR NOON : being used with very tall!
of Fort Worth.In take place at 2 p.m. in St. ert Miller announce the e n ber of Phi Sigma and Alpha 706 W. UNIVER. AVE. lamps
Alabama. She is presently em- Bedes Catholic Church of i Picture window tables are
honor of Eleanor and her husband, the Schoonmakershave gagement and approaching Zeta fraternities. more popular than ever.
ployed by the U. S. Public Montgomery, Ala.
invited friends to call this afternoon during an open marriage of their daughter, We Invite you to come In
house from 5 to 7 p.m. Miss Sylvia Ann Miller, to August 29 has been set as and see our complete selection -
Goodrich Jr. the date for the wedding of tables of all kinds,
Calvin Lyons ,
Gladys and the Colonel recently returned from a "cool" BeathEfstathion and take advantage of the
vacation son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin which will take place in the give you on
in Nova Scotia and the New England states after + Ideas we can
attending the American Society of Engineers convention in Lyons of Balm, Fla. First Methodist Church. I decorating your living room ,_
Orano Maine. visited CLEARWATER Mr. and and The bride elect atten d ed with the right table or tables
They their younger daughter Dorothy Speech Theater. She ----- -----
Henderson, and her husband, J, A. Henderson Jr., in Morris Mrs. Donald Beath of Clear- plans to teach high school Appalachian State Teache Ill for you. _
Plains, N. J., and met their newest granddaughter, Tracey water announce the engage- speech and English in the College, Boone, N.C., and the EDMUND DWYER
Leigh Henderson, who was born in March. ment and approaching mar- Gainesville area beginning in University of Florida. She is !
While in the East, they attended the World's Fair and riage of their daughter, Miss September.Mr. presently employed by the 'I' r a Electrologist
had the thrill of watching the sailing regatta as it passed Susan Georgene Beath, to An- Efstathion was gradu J. Hillis Miller Health Center A Y 'c' _:: UNWANTED
in review near Fort Hamilton, where they were visiting drew Harry Efstathion 0 f ated from Palatka High as a Cytotechnologist.The I <$ ;J/::: ,
'I<.'. .
Army friends. The Schoonmakers Gainesville.The .
also stopped in Williams- School and the University of bridegroom elect re- f' L1nD4 t
burg, Va., for several days en route home. wedding is planned for Florida where he .._ 10
receiveda ceived his B.S. and Masters' : ', ;
Dr. and Mrs. J. ,, FOREVER
September 13 in Palatka. B.S. degree in Communications from the ':
degree College of ? ,
r Medically Method
Reitz back from Approved
a working Mr. and Mrs. Earl Deck Miss Beath was graduated and a B.S. in Broad- Agriculture of the Universityof Ii :..n::" S
I vacation in with Mexico City, are have had as their houseguestsfor from Samuel Ready School in casting. He is presently on Florida. He is presently 'fJ., .l \ ,t Please by Appointment Call FR 2-8039 Only ..
recalling high the
National Ballet praise several days, Mr. and Mrs. Baltimore, and from the Uni- the staff of the University of completing requirements for 107 West University Avenue
performance George Walsh of Louisville, versity of Florida, where she Florida Television Station, a doctorate in horticulture at I 1-
they "rmpr Gainesville residents. received her B.A. degree in WUFT. Oregon State University, Cor- 1703 N. Main St.
While Dr. ReItz was in con-
ference sessions during a special ,
board meeting of the
Rockefeller Foundation, Fran-
ces had time to browse) in the
shops and the loganilla (Flea : -
market). She was particularly -
impressed with the native ;, y

crafts. '
Before coming home, Wayne ;
and Frances :spent few days I ;.:. 'L ,
at the Rockefeller GuestHouse I
in Cuernavaca.
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In New York City for a week 'LE
with friends are Sandra Chap- 'I
pell and Delois Williams who
flew to Manhattan yesterday I I ':'wyg:
from Jacksonville. They plan i II Ct! .it. : : : : Ir1 J

while to attend the World's Fair ,

and Dr. away.and daughter* Mrs.* Melvin Ruth* Valk are i I'' iL'fb'!/lJlu( J.; /)''t/f ll I (

home from a three-week over-
land trip in the East and Can
ada. They stopped in New I
York City; made a quick I iJ_,1 5:
trip to the Fair; went on to I a ,
Boston and the Gaspe region, ,
and spent several days in ()

Quebec. by THERMO-JAC jf'

Now on the high seas for
an extended trip through Pac- '
Saddfe-stMch Skirt
ific waters are Mr. and Mrs.A. Oxofrd Shirt 11S.91
K. Brill who sailed Friday
from Los Angeles aboard the
SS Monterrey. They also will 4

stop in Australia and New fS'S.
Zealand before their return in

October. ,.

While In Los Angeles, they i
visited their son, Robert, and .
Mrs. Brill for a fortnight. Thermo-Jac fun items are now in the

Harness Shop at TJ's Junction : as seen in

i Coot 25.95 where Juniors meet, have fun and
Saddle Hitch Topers 12.99
"C" learn how to be Thermo-Jac model SEVENTEENin
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in Seventeen! All items of luxurious Horseshoe Shift
i i'fit
imported.100%cotton suede.Ink Blue. .

ar'I Autumn Leaf Red and Breen (brown-

green). Saddle-stitch trim. Water S ,

w t repellent. All in TJ's True Junior sizes f

3 through 15. yr;


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i now a -' .. '.
Winston W. Little Jr., above, 't THE STORE WITH MC+Re -
son of Dr. and Mrs. Winston 1 Use your B-L Charge your GAIN SWLLE SHOPPING CENT

W. Little, recently received Central Charge or Lay-Away. 1302 NORTH MAM STREET ..
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his doctorate in nuclear phy- I
sics from Massachusetts In- .
ttltule of Technology, Cambridge I
Mass. Dr. Little, a I .L.:1
graduate of P. K. Yonge High I -
School, also received his bachelor f. STORE HOURS

and master degrees atM.I.T.
He has 10 A.M.rrlL 9 TM.
accepted a .
position with General Electricat I MONDAY THRU SATURDAY7l'W'
the Hanford Laboratories !
in Richland, Wash. I

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68 Gainesville Sun Sunday, August 9, 1964

Micanopy Baptist Welcomes MinisterRev. Trenton Church

Baptist Church N. Central Baptist Church To Host. RevivalThe

III David H. Lowe assumes churches in Indiana, Michigan, moved into the pastorium this

Newheny the full-time duties of pastor and California. He holds a BA' weekend, have a daughter, Mrs. Ebenezer Baptist Church

Slates RevivalThe Plans Ahead in EvangelismFive of the 'First Baptist Church of degree from Marion College Dee Ann Sams, and two sons, in Trenton will hold o.a revival

Oakdale Baptist Churchof I and an MA from Butler Univer- Philip and Rick. starting Monday fasting: until

Newberry is planning a revival He will be welcomed by the: sity, both in Indiana, and is 1 next Sunday;Nightly service
for this week, to start years of. revival meetings ''scheduled for 1966 and Dr. Charles Mrs. K. B. Green, Miss Nancy congregation at both the 11 a.m.' toward 1I I will be at 8 o'clock, with Rev.
presently working
Monday and to climax with a are being planned by the Howard is being secured for Green, Miss Brenda Green, Mr. and 8 pan worship services. a A duck roasting on the out- i(Sonny Holland of Fort Pierce
North Central Baptist Church as and Mrs. Julian Ayers, Dr. and PhD. He also served with the door spit? A salad of water I I conducting the meetings.
Homecoming- it begins to project its programinto 1967.The pastor, Rev. N. B. Lang- Mrs. James W. Kimbrough, I Rev. Lowe was ordained into Army Air Force during World cress, sliced oranges, onion '
Sunday. I the future. ford said that planningfor Mrs. Kathleen Bozardt, Mr. and the in War II.Rev I'I
Leading the 8 o'clock services ministry 1947, and before .! rings and French dressingwill Some eucalyptus wood is as I
church will Mrs. John Savard, Mr. and Mrs.
each night will be guest minister Dr. E. J. Daniels is scheduledto the future, the i he came to Florida he served and Mrs. Lowe, who taste just right with it. I I strong as steel.
Curtis Virginia
Central be able to secure top ranking Sheppard, .
Rev. Richard Barber of be at the North
evangelists for NCB's member- Woods,Miss Lynn Mincey, J. Al-
the First Baptist Church in Mc-' church, October 11 18 this fall
len Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. JamesT.
Intosh. I Al and Ivy Walsh, evangelistic ship.Twenty decisions were recorded McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. I MON. TUES.
The Homecoming celebrationnext musicians, are planned for the
to the membership of North Ronald P. Wirries, and Miss: WED. NOON
Sunday will be highlighted! summer of 1965, Dr. C. Y. Dor-
Central last Sunday. Those who Jackie Colson for Christian
by a covered dish dinner on the sey, Director of Evangelism for I
united with the church were: Service.
grounds. the Home Mission Board, -is. I SPECIALS

(Safesuille: ilrot Montana Bishop 521 N.W. 13th Street


RELIGIONEvangelistic I Seeks InnovationBy

ouuaa m

FORMAN He his guest speaking
HELENA, Mont. (AP) The engagements by sitting at the :

Series Rt. Rev. Chandler W. Sterling, a 'organ and playing revival tunes
former professional jazz musi- and Negro spirituals. He asks
far-out themesto the audience to clap hands and
cian, has some
keep the Episcopal Church relax. I
jumping in Montana. "We need a modernization of j
Planned in WindsorWindsor I
Bishop of the Montana Diocese church language," he said. "I r 4 Pi

the spiritual leader of 12- am referring to all churches. Idon't rc9.i .
Baptist Church will er and Mrs. Wood as pianist, 000, he has a reputation for in- think we are getting our 26 .

conduct a series of evangelistic according to Rev. Richard King- dependent thinking and frank message over. I am convincedthe i i C pkg. CI
New Testament is not intel-
scrvices beginning Saturday ley, pastor. speech. "
night, August 15, under direc- Services will be held nightlyat "I'm trying to take the ligible to most people.
Church out of the stained glass When one woman complainedabout
tion of the Rev. Waldo E. Woodof 7:30: through August 23, and !jungle," the 53-year-old bishop the Negro clergyman he i

Gainesville, assisted in the on Sunday mornings at 11 0'I said. His office is on Helena's 1 brought into the state, he told I

music by Kenneth Sims as lead- I clock. main street, Last Chance Gulch. her priests come in several different -I

I The Sunday school superintendent -He is proud of his western back colors and she should

James V. Arnette, and ground and wears a tooled cow- have specified a choice. (Limit: 2 with your $3 or more Limit: One with your $3 or more
1st Christian belt and large silver buckle When his oldest daughter
the union director An- boy was
training food order, please.) food order, please.t"SWEET I
drew Blackwell, joined the pas with his clerical clothing. married in the Roman Catholic

To Hear Guest tor in inviting the public. Here are some of the things Church, he gave the bride awayin
that have made him controversial. traditional style. He later 'N JUICY"i
Special features will be said Christians will all be unitedone

Pastor TodayRev. brought each evening by the He says the Apostles didn't day anyway.
evangelist, in addition to special understand Christ. "The churches are moving too
John E. Gannon will music by the music director. He refuses to consider Sun- slowly," Bishop Sterling said. PEACHESI
preach today at the 11 o'clock Rev. Wood is a retired minister day sacred. "They have emerged from the

service at the First Christian who has served in Floridaas He brought the first Negro horse and buggy into the ModelT i
pastor and denominationalfield into the state. but that's about far
clergyman age, as as
Church, SW 2nd Ave. at 8th St. I
worker during most of his He uses breezy, modern they have gone."
Gannon is a retired ChaplainLt. ministry, which began in 1921. language in an informal way Bishop Sterling wants more
( Col., U. S. Army) and is Upon retirement in 1962 be set that surprises: conservative adult instruction classes, but not
now doing graduate work at the tled in Gainesville, and has churchmen. necessarily on Sunday.He i 3b f,7

University. An ordained minister been in demand as an interim Bishop Sterling refers to the went to Northwestern Uni-

of the American Baptist pastor in several churches andas Apostles as businessmen, inter- versity of Evanston, 111., for

Church, Gannon's subject will a pulpit supply. He and the ested in their own advancementand four years and then Seabury- rk, C
be "Little Less Than God." musicians are members of the possible political advan- Western Seminary.Born LBS49

The church's minister, J. Em- Carol Estates Baptist Church, tage. He said Christ is probablyas in Dixon, 111., he is mar-
mett Moore, and Mrs. Mooreare where Rev. Frank Pearl is pas misunderstood today as he ried and has one son and seven

on vacation. tor. was nearly 2,000 years ago. daughters. QUANTITY


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CHURCHES Christian SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat Melrose Methodist, services at I

Advent Churches I First Christian Church, SW 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. CREAM FRENCHI

Advent Christian Church, 617 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at Faith Methodist Church, Howard Newberry Methodist, services! pE t4t
11 a.m. Bishop Jr. High Cafetor-- at 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I I
NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. I
ium 1901 NE 9th St. serviceat Creek Methodist US-
West Side Christian Church, Orange ,
and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger 11 a.m.First 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat I
meeting at Littlewood Elementary
Memorial Advent -
Christian, lath St. at 45th Ave., School cafetorium, 812 NW Methodist, 419 NE 1st 9:30 a.m.Williston .Methodist Church i CHEESE a FRIESI
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 34th St., service at 11 a.m. St., services 8:45 and 11 a.m. ,
services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. .
p.m. Christian Scientist and 7:30 p.m. I

Alliance Churches Christian Science Church, 420 Trinity Methodist Church,

First Alliance, Bishop Jr. SW 12th St. Service at 11 a.m. 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at,

High, 1901 NE 9th St., servicesat Church of Christ 9 Wesley and 11 a.m.Community Methodist I Power of PrayerDear

11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ.
Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd.,
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and
Assembly of God ,
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
3 9
First Assembly of God, Wal- 7:30 p.m. p.m I I C OZap 9c"CAMPFIRE"

do Road, services at 11 a.m. Fourteenth St. Church of z Editor:
Wesley Foundation and University "One the
and 7:30 p.m. Christ, 205 NW 14th St., services of pkg. .
Methodist Church, 1320;: marvelous I
Baptist at 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. '
W. Univ. Ave., services at things about
Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 Northeast Church of Christ, 9 a.m. and
SE 15th St., services at 11a.m. 418 E. Univ. Ave., services ai t 3 prayer
Mormon faith is that
and 7:30 and 6 ,
p.m. a.m. p.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat! it's never
Carol Estates Baptist Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th! too late to

Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m.,I I start, to
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 services at 9 a.m. and 6lb Sacrament meeting, 6:30 p.m. I change one's SLICED

p.m.Eastside p. m. Nazarene life, regardess of age.
Baptist Church, 1501 Church Of God First Church of the Nazarene -
E. Univ. Ave., services at 11a.m. 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat I was 69 before I became -'
and 7-30 p.m. Church of God, Hawthorne, 10:45: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I a true believer, Lean BaconLB.
Road and Third Ave., services
Faith Independent Baptist Trinity Church of the Nazarene and my life has changedso
at 11 and 7:30
Church, N\V 31st Ave. at 7th a.m. p.m. I 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat much I can hardly be-

Ter., services at 11 a.m. and EpiscopalEpiscopal 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. lieve it myself I even
7:30: p.m. I. Center, Chapel of University Ave. Church of the feel younger.
First Baptist, 425 W. Univ.the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Nazarene, 3545 W. Unv. Ave.,I'
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Ave., Holy Communion at 8 services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30p.m. () One might ask, if we

7:30 p.m.Forest a.m., morning prayer at 9 a.m. I can be forgiven, and
Park 162 earn salvation late in
PresbyterianFirst I .
Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St.
NW 5th Ave., services at 11 life, why not 'live it up'
Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Presbyterian Church,,
a.m. and 7:45 p.m. I morning prayer at 9:30. First 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 in all the younger years? PKG. ,I

Gainesville Primitive Bap- Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. i The answer is that the 4
tist Church, SW 34th St at Ar- and 9:30. Grace Presbyterian Church,: so-called high and fast I

cher Road, service at 11 a.m. St. Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad 3146 l13th St., service at 11 I, life doesn't create .happiness (Limit: 2 with your $3 I
North Central Baptist Holy Communion at 8:30a.m. a.m. nor the thing most
Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services .; family service at 9:30: Highlands Presbyterian wanted by every human or more food order, please.
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave., serv-- !
Holiness being.
ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyteri. i I
Oak Hill Missionary Baptist, Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar- -I I'm sure any 'fast "EVERFRESH" "COPELAND" MIX OR MATCH

too NW 40th Ave., services at cher Rd., sen-ices at 11 a.m. aa Church, Archer Road past I liver' will in his heart LUNCH MEAT SALE 1
11 a.m. and 8 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Medical Center service at 11: admit he knows little CINNAMON I

Oak Park Baptist Church, Lake Forest Pentecostal Holi- a.m. I contentment. I It is so BOLOGNA o LIVER-CHEESE
ness Church, services at 11 am. much wiser to accept religion ROLLSpkg.
4610 Archer Rd., services at Quakers OLIVE PICKLEPIMENTO2k
9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.University Religious Society of Friends,i and live faithfullyall

Old Fashioned Missionary Pentecostal Holi- 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at one's years on earth.
Baptist Mission, at corner of ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- 11 a.m. I surely wish I had done .

NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serv- Unitarian-Universalist II so!" of 6 10 49C

at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship You too may contrib. : ;.
1204 NW 10th Ave.,
Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW Gainesville Drive-In Church ute your testimony, or
school and services
13th St., services at 11 a.m. Hawthorne Road, service at Sunday I ask a question to be answered -
both at 11
and a.m. here. Write Editor
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Pine Grove Baptist Church, 8:30 The a.m.Salvation Army, 22 SW, AREA CHURCHES P. O. Box 13, Nor- 50 EXTRAWith 50 EXTRA GOID 50 EXTRAWith

4200 NW 39th Ave., services at 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and Baptist I walk. Conn. (Copyright I Purchase This Coupon ofKroft' With I Purchase This Coupon of"KieK't" I Purchase This Coupon of
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 7:30 Archer Baptist Church, services EFCO) This public service "Deluxe"Corn a II
pjn. I BOND "Freezer Queen"
Ridgeview Baptist Church, Jehovah's Witnesses I at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. i sponsored by: Oil Coffee Rich Cube Steaks
NW 19th St., services at 11' Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose Oleo STAMPS -
Hall of Jehovah'sWitnesses I
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a.m. and 8 p. m. worship services at 11 I, LB. Pkj.
1124 NE 3rd Ave.,
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Westside Baptist Church, service at 6:30 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. I!
4039 Newberry Road, senicesat First Baptist Church of Mic,I JONES-JOHNSON Coupon good at THRIFTWAY" only Coupon good it "THRIFTWAY" only Coupon good at THRIFTWAY" enly
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. LutheranFirst anopy, services at 11 ajn. and,i THRU WED., AUG. 11 THRU WED., AUG. 1% THRU WED.. AUG. IIV
Lutheran Church, 1801 - -
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St. NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 Baptist Church, serv-: FUNERAL HOME i our ravorire" "Ajax" LiquidCLEANER
Augustine Chapel, 1738 VWPALMOLIVE t
W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.1 i I SOAP 2 2 15-os. 39

9:30 and 11 a.m., daily mass Lutheran Oak Hill Independent Baptist,I!!i Bars Btl. 1
Mon. through FrL at 6:30 a.m. Church, 1905 NE 12th Sl, ser- Fairbanks, services at 11 a.m.I'I 311 S. MAIN ST. "Your Favorite"

and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 a.m. Con vice at 11 am.University and 7 pjn. \I 2 31 CLEANSER 2 Reg. 33 J
fession Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri. at Lutheran Church, WOliston Baptist Church, ser-: :K Cons
p.m. 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. I FR 6-5361 I "Low Suds Detergent" "Air Deodorizer'FLORIENT '

St. Patrick's Church, 704 NE U a.m.Methodist Methodist I 7-ox. 59s!
tat St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Alachua Methodist SE 1st AD Pk 79 GUI
10:30 am. and 12 noon. Centenary Methodist. 1400 St., service at 11 a.m. I "0
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t of civil engineering and Florida since 1951, is widely become one of the more Dr. Reitz said that in addition -involved in research grants and
research professor in the Engineering known in research activities outstanding in the country and to providing a sound base contracts.The I I
/ and Industrial Experi- serving as consultant to sever- is one of the very few recognized -for continued growth of the sponsored research programs II
ment Station, today was named al national agencies. He is rec- by the U. S. P ublic University's research program, of the Agricultural Experiment F.v I
director of the University of ognized as an outstanding leader Health Service.Dr. the Office of Sponsored Re- Station and the Engi-
-J- Florida's Office of Sponsored in sanitary engineering par- Hendrickson is presently search will assist in negotiations -neering and Industrial Experi- I MARY CARTER PAINTS .,
Research.He ticularly in the area of air pol acting as director of the recently with sponsoring agencies, ment Station, are not at present -I
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University of Florida, the grad-
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extend services on grant Lyndon Johnson may accent: an
T Italian Rail and contract research formerly invitation for a major political
administered in the Graduate speech at a convention here
: Strike Canceled School. The magnitude of the, Sept. 8.18.Henry NO DARK $ZSECRETDACRONCOUON
operation, now running at an an-I Lowenstern, a spokesman :
.. ROME nual expenditure rate of aprox- for the International Association :
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three-day railroad strike has attention of a special office,i President has been invited to (
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Dr. Hendrickson, who has the 26th national convention. I F
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SUNDAY telecast from Chicago'sTam touchy situation: The top CD Jack La Lanne
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8:30 O Gospel Songs O CBS Sports Douglas is the editor of a Word 5:55 CD Local News, Sports, an American guitarist to THURSDAYMorning Consequences
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7:00 O Rifleman pilot Mitch Heller is wash-
Monday Evening "Graduation 1:15 O Focus 2
Dress. A 12:45 O Guiding Light "Shivaree." Aaron Pelser ed out of his moonprojectjob 6:15 Q Scope
5:00 Q Best of Groucho American Government
O Adventures in fast-talking takes itinerant photographer 6:15 O Scope 12:55 O GD News gets something of a shock by Gen. Addison O Summer Semester 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's Makea
gradua- 1:00 O News when he discovers that Brand, he takes job as 6:30 O Religions of Man Deal
Paradise tion of O Humanities C-52
pictures backwoods
O Midday one of the two young men a civilian astronaut. 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words
5:25 O Moments in Sports girls, using a cityboughtdress 6:30 O Religions of Man O As the World Turns
CD Color TV Bingo with his 9:30
5:30 ( ) traveling wagon O CD New Christy 6:45 0 Pastor's Study
O Newscope as a prop-and a 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words 1:15 Q Focus 2 train is a girl. Minstrels 1:55 O CD News
o News lure. Adapted from CD (Color) HI, Neighbor
play 6:45 0 Pastor's
5:55 CD (Color) Local News, by William Faulkner GD Hi, Neighbor Study 1:30 O GD (Color) Let's Makea a Movie: (Color) Comedian Louis 6:50 0 Farm and Home 2:00 O CD Loretta Young
Sports, Weather 9:00 O Deal (Color) "Rebel Without a Nye joins the Minstrelsfor O Password
Danny Thomas 6:50 O Farm and Home
6:00 0 News, Sports, GD Hollywood and the 7:00 O As the World Turns Cause." (1955) Three 30 minutes of songs 7:00 O CD Today 2:30 Q CD Doctors
Weather Stars Today 1:55 O GD News youths face an emotional and fun taped at Disney- O Local News, Weather O House Party
The Virginia Wing Trio. crisis because of the land aboard a replica ofa 7:05 0 Ranger Hal
6:30 O CD News Conclusion of "Teen-Age 2:00 O GD Loretta Young neg- 3:00 B CD Another World
O News Idols." O Local News, Weather O Password lect and incompetence of Mississippi riverboat. 7:50 0 Local News, Weather O To Tell The Truth

O Compass 9:30 Q Hollywood and the 7:05 O Ranger Hal 2:30 O CD Doctors their parents and relatives 10:00 O CD Kraft Suspense 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo
7:00 O Zane Grey Stars 7:50 0 Local News, Weather O House James Dean, Nata- TheatreDramaColor 9:00 O Divorce Court 3:25 O News

"Killer Instinct." "The Unsinkable Bette 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo 3:00 O GD Another Party World lie Wood, Sal Mineo. ( ) "The Deep End." O Bachelor Father 3:30 O GD (Color) You Don't

and Trial Barbara Sherwood doubts CD (Color) Romper Room
O Rawhide Davis. 9:00 O Divorce Court O To Tell the Truth CD Arrest Say
CD Movie: O Andy Griffith 3:25 0 News "Those Which Love has that her twin sister's 9:30 O People Are Funny .
O Bachelor Father
"The Strange One." ((1957)) GD Fugitive Made." Law students death by drowning was CD Jack La Lanne O Edge of Night
3:30 O GD (Color) You Don'tSay
the twisted mind of Jocko 10:00 O O Sing Along CD (Color) Romper Room Bradford Holcombe and an accident. 10:00 Q Make Room for 4:00 O Match Game

De Paris wreaks havoc in 10:30 CD Compass 12 9:30 O People Are Funny Stephen Leete carry their O Nurses DaddyO O Secret Storm

a Southern militaryschool. 11:00 O 0 CD News, Weather, CD Jack La Lanne O Edge of Night opposition to Prof. Mar- "The Rainbow Ride." News CD Popeye's Pals

Ben Gazzara, Sports 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy 4:00 Q Match GameD cus Kane to an extreme- Ex-nurse Dory Spencer is GD (Color) Cameras 4:25 Q News
George Peppard, Pat Hin- 11:25 0 Movie: Color Secret Storm they hire a man to kill about to have her sixth Please
gle. "Little Colonel." ( ) Cameras CD (Color) Popeye's Pals him. child and she's convincedit 4:30 O Burns and Allen
((1935)) 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for
7:30 O Monday Night at the After the Civil Vaza Please 4:25 O News 7:30 Q Temple Houston should be her last. The Word O Supercar
Movies: Rebel colonel disowns his I 10:30 O GD Word for Word Western reason:. Her husband is
4:30 O Burns and Allen O I Love Lucy
O I Love Lucy GD Movie:
"House of Numbers. daughter when she mar! O \VoodyVoodpecker "The Case for William financially irresponsible. 10:55 Q CD News
((1957)) A prisoner plans to ries a Yankee. Shirley 10:55 Q QD News CD Movie: Gotch." Houston enlists 11:00 BOO News 11:00 Q Concentration "Adventures in Silvera

escape by having his twin Temple, Lionel Barry- 11:00 Q GD Concentration "Bowery to Broadway." the aid of a bumbling 11:25 O Movie: O McCoys do.? ((1948)) A young stagecoach -

brother impersonate him. more, Evelyn Venable, O McCoys (1944)) Two rival beergarden horse thief to outwit card "Susannah of the Moun- CD Jacksonville driver encounters a

Jack Palance plays a dual Bill Robinson. 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy owners come into con- sharp Martin Royale. ties." (1939)) A little girl University hooded highwayman. William

role in this movie, which 11:30 Q CD Tonight O Pete and Gladys flict when one steals the 8:30 O CD Dr. Kildare becomes the darling of the 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy Bishop Gloria Hen

uses convicts as extras (Color) Guest is comedian 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When other's star musical at- "Dolly's D i 1 e m m a." Mounties in an area O Pete and Gladys rye
and was the first to be Henny Youngman. O Love of Life traction and features her

filmed inside San Quen- TUESDAY 12:25 0 News In his own show. Ann I FRIDAY and SATURDAYfuses I

tin. Morning and Afternoon 12:30 O GD (Color) Truth or Blyth, Donald O'Connor, evening
8:00 0 I've Got A Secret 6:10 CD Continental Classroom ConsequencesO
Maria Mon-
Peggy Ryan,
8:30 0 Vacation Plaihouse Search for Tomorrow tez. Friday Evening to help take the san Cabot, Richard Devon Cleveland vs. Minnesota.

5:00 O Best of Groucho boy back. Eric Sinclair. 3:30 O Invisible Man

TUESDAY O Adventures in 9:30 O CD On Parade 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 4:00 O Movie:
I evening, WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. Paradise Junior Prowse is star. Guests include George "War of the Satellites."

5:25 O Moments in Sports O Twilight Zone JesseL Susan Cabot, Dick Miller.

Tuesday Evening m McHale's Navy Morning and Afternoon ConsequencesO 5:30 O Newscope 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin CD Wrestling

6:00 0 News, Weather 9:00 Q GD Richard Boone 6:19 QD Continental Classroom Search for Tomorrow 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, "You Drive. Hit-and-run SATURDAY 4:30 Q Outlaws
driver Oliver
Pope's car
Sports American Government Weather, Sports Morning and Afternoon EVENING
"All the Blood of Yester- 12:45 0 Guiding Light behaves angely--blink-
6:30 Q GD News 6:15 O Scope 12:55 O GD News 6:30 G CD O News and 7:00 CD Union Pacific 5:00 CD Porter Wagner
day. In Paris, a former ing its lights honkingits
O News 7:00 O Silent Service 7:03 O Humanities C-52 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers
OSS officer finds some O Summer Semester born of its own voli-
7:00 a M Squad 1:00 Q News "Peto Plucks Some Chickens. 7:30 0 Sunday School Forum O NBC Sports Special
new intrigue-in the formof 6:30 O Religions of Mac tion.
O The Saint O Midday CD Comedy Capers O Invisible Man
During a patrol a
an old friend who needs 10:00 O CD NBC White Paper
6:40 Color Words of the USS Peto 8:00 O Across the FenceD S:00 0 News, Weather,
"The Elusive Ellshaw." O Petticoat Junction CD ( ) Living CD (Color) TV Bingo crewman (Special) Chet Huntley
Simon find 6:45 0 Pastor's Study 1:15 Q Focus 2 jumps off the submarineto narrates this report on Captain Kangaroo Sports
Templar must
the connection betweenthe 9:30 0 Jack Benny CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let'sMake rescue a drowningflier. the events that took place CD Rocky and His O Fishing Fun

6:50 O Farm and Home a Deal behind Kremlin walls during Friends GD News, Sports
death of cashier and
a Guest is Rita Moreno. O Death Valley Days 8:30 O Robin Hood 6:15 O News, Weather,
the attempted murder of 7:00 O GD Today O As the World Turns the months before and
Sir John RipwelL 10:00 O CD Bell TelephoneHour Singer Harold Lloyd Jr. 1:55 O GD News Two Denver bankers after The Death of Stalinin CD (Color) Popeye and Sports
solve the of frequent Bozo 6:30 0 Password
2:00 O GD Loretta Young March of
CD Battle Line O Local News, Weather 1953.
Music gold thefts by set- O Alfred Hitchcock 9:00 O Supercar CD Flintstones -
Jim Bishop traces the -0 Just Polly And Me 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Password ting up their own mint- O Alvin 6:45 Q News

Second Battle of Burma (Special) Sometimes TV 7:50 0 Local News 2:30 Q CD Doctors in the bank basement. "The Jar." At a carnival, 9:30 O CD (Color) Ruff and 7:00 O Circus Boy

from March 194in personalities wish they 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo O House Party m- Glenn Reeves country pumpkin Charlie Reddy O Jimmy Strickland

Kohima, India, to the Al- could do their shows over 9:00 8 Divorce Court 3:00 O CD Another World 7:30 O International Show Hill becomes intriguedwith O Tennessee Tuxedo GD Combat -

lied takeover of Rangoon. again. That's what happens O Bachelor Father O To Tell the Truth Time a jar containing a 10:00 O GD (Color) Hector 7:30 O Lieutenant -

7:30 O CD Mr. Novak on this musical com GD (Color) Romper Room 3:25 O News O Great Adventure mysterious, unidentifiable Heathcote O Lucy-Desi
edy. After finishing a 9:30 0 People Are Funny "Plague" by Raphael "thing." Charlie uses all O Quick Draw McGraw 8:00 CD Outer Limits

"Moment Without Arm- program, Phil Silvers and CD Jack La Lanne 3:30 O GD (Color) You Hayes. Early in the 19th of his money to buy the 10:30 O CD Fireball XL-5 8:30 0 Defenders

our." School grounds are Polly Bergen return to 10:00 Q Make Room for Don't Say Century, a smallpox epi- jar and when he bringsit O Mighty Mouse O Joey Bishop .

quiet in the evening and the studio to try it alone.i O Edge of Night demic breaks out in Cam- home he becomes the 11:00 O CD Dennis the 9:00 Q CD (Color) Saturday

darkness was the accom- Daddy bridge, Mass., and Dr. toast of his community. Menace Night at the Movies: :
11:00 O O GD News, 4:00 Q Match GameD
plice of the unknown as- Weather O News Benjamin Waterhguse is 11:00 O 0 CD News O Ranger Hal "The Journey." Deborah

sailant who attacked as- 11:25 0 Movie, :Sports GD (Color) Cameras Secret Storm unable to persuade his fellow 11:25 0 Movie: Double 11:30 O CD Fury Kerr, Yul Brynner. -

sistant principal Jeanne "T h Littlest Rebel" Please CD Popeye's Pals doctors to use the Feature O Roy Rogers 9:30 Q Summer Playhouse -

some undercover help. ((1935))e A little Southern 10:30 Q GD (Color) Word for 4:25 O News new and controversial 1. "Wee \VillieV"mkie.." 12:00 O CD (Color) 10:00 0 Gunsmoke -

Pagano. girl, caught in the turmoil Word 4:30 O Burns and Allen smallpox vaccine. (Advenutre; 1937)) A little Bullwinkle 11:00 0 Detectives -

8:00 0 High Adventure of the Civil War, loses her O I Love Lucy O Magilla Gorilla CD Destry girl in India tries to help O Sky King O CD News," Weather" :

8:30 Q Moment of Fear mother and finds her 10:55 Q GD News CD Movie: 8:30 Q CD International the British Army settle 12:30 O Science Fiction Sports -

father taken prisoner bya 11:00 Q CD Concentration i Beauty Spectacular matters with the natives. Theater 11:30 CD Movie: Double ;

"Long Distance." Bertha Yankee officer. Shirley "Father Takes a Wife." Hugh O'Brian is emcee. Shirley Temple, Victor O Wally Gator Feature ;

Jacks discovers proof of Temple, John Boles, Jack O McCoys ((1941) A shipping mag- O Route 66 McLaglen, June Lang. 2. CD Mr. Wizard 1. You Can't Run Away
her husband's innocence Holt 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy nate turns over his busi-I "Like Motherless "War of the Satellites." 1:00 O Men Into Space From It." Jack Leo
just 25 minutes before his 11:30 O CD Tonight O Pete and Gladys ness to his son and marries Child. Too and Buz finda (Science Fiction; 1958) It O CBS News mon. 2. "Night Key.

scheduled executionand Guests include Marion 12:00 O GD (Color) Say When a stage star. Adolphe boy who has run away seems that Dr. Van Ponder 1:15 0 Baseball O Movie :

she begins a series of Colby. O Love of Life Menjou, Gloria Swanson, from an orphanage, but is meeting heavy opposition Pirates vs. White Sox O Movie -
frantic attempts to save 12:25 0 News Buz mindful of his own to his satellite 1:25 O Sen. Smathers "Young People." Shirley..

her,husband. I WEDNESDAY 12:30 Q CD (Color) Truth or John Howard Desi Arnaz. youth as an orphan, re- program. Dick Miller Su-. 1:30 O CD Baseball Temple, Jack Oakie.I I


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"THURSDAY 3. C.STOOGES"ON SHOW THER. 1 i Cleva Concert J. CarsonBy to Honor ,' 9. 'ffJNJ PoST P GfS rrWith- $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I I

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FLORIDA bels on

REID POOLE in 1952, received the Master of acetin 'i. I
SEE THE ChairmanDepartment Music degree from the Univer- 'rx r t ing I

WILDESTWACKIEST I I of Music sity of Michigan in 1955 and the result
University of FloridaM Doctor of Musical Arts degree age is

ENSIGNIN i a u rice Hinson, one of from Michigan in 1959. He also Drug
THE U.S. Gainesville's favorite musical earned a teacher's certificate in Sa '

NAVY! sons, will appear as piano soloist piano from the Sherwood Music The I
with the University Sym School of Chicago back in 1948 in 60 I
i phony Orchestra on Tuesday and studied at various times at without .
October 20, in a special con- the Juilliard School of Music in I
cert honoring Cleva J. Carson, New York City. His teachers used
and in recognition of the estab- have included Olga Samaroff .
lishing of the Cleva J. Carson Alton Jones, and Edwin Hughes. one of I
Memorial Music Scholarship While an undergraduate of the i :
Fund. The University of Florida University of Florida, he studied r
Foundation recently announced with Claude Murphree and Ray- I '
,4"fJ: I
receipt of a $500 bequest for mu- mond Lawrenson. Hinson has[ II I
;\ ", i'>>' ;.. sic scholarships!: from the estateof I served on the piano faculty at
\ \..: l..t. the late, much beloved, mu-, the University of Michigan. '
/... .. B sic teacher, Cleva J. Carson. ; Since 1957, he has been on the "'
<": <-> ,"-',,"*' -,, Miss Carson, who died in December -Faculty of the Southern Baptist .
JDulocA\'s' 1963, was the first music Theological Seminary in Louisville 'm '
teacher for the P. K. Yonge Kentucky, where he is
i i.SignlPUDeR Laboratory School. She initiatedthe Professor of Church Music.: Boys ,
music program at P. K. Over the years he has held pos-!
Yonge when the school was itions as organist and directorof I
I :first organized in 1934 and con- music in churches in Gainesville I
tinued teaching music there un- Ann Arbor, Detroit and Library Members are these I I
Robert Walker til her retirement thirteen years Louisville. He is president of the!I rapidly: joining the many Interesting -
Burl Ives later. Kentucky Music Teachers Asso group clubs in the library Boys' .
Fitting TributeIt ciation. such as Adelphos Natural Science -serving I
I is most fitting that Maurice Active in Gainesville I and Stamp Dennis Under,cee
LOOK WHO'S Hinson should be the soloist at While living in Gainesville wood was recently elected President I ing the
COMINGTO :the first concert honoring Miss Hinson was most active in var- of the Adelphos. Terry have
TOWN! :Carson and recognizing the ious musical circles. He appeared Hancock has started a very I ion of I
-" -' scholarship fund. Hinson grew as soloist with the Universityof good stamp collection and plansto Johnson
up: in Gainesville and was for Florida Symphony Orchestra exhibit it at the next Hobby i

: many years under the inspirational and with the Gator Concert Show. gram. I I
t i guidance and tutelage of Band. He served in the United Games Room A Talent cek
;Miss Carson both at the P. K. States Army from 1952 to 1954, Show for the Boys' Club members -ell, Ivo :I
.... --- rI J i Yonge School and in church music during which time he was ableto is planned by Games mer, l I
work here in Gainesville. do some study at the Uni- Room Director Mike Bar for Milo ;i
(I !Hinson has stated that much of versity of Nancy, France.In August 13. All boys wishing to: ino .
his personal' musical outlook recent years he has given take part should register as Roby,
.IPI !Vi and philosophy were formed and piano concerts in all of the soon as possible. er, and I
; !I influenced by Miss Carson during Southeastern states and in Chi-1 Baseball Party An Awards i
TICKETS NOW 1 I the years that he worked cago, Boston New York City, party will be given for all Salt I I I
I ON SALE with her. and in Germany. and Pepper League teams Aug-
AT BOXOFFICE i I Mr. Hinson was graduated I Two ConcertosFor ust 11 at 3:30.: A similar party I
from, the University of Florida his appearance with the will be given for Seminole and
R !University of Florida Symphony Gator League players August 13 I
on October 20, Mr. Hinson has at 3:30 to officially end the:
I chosen to offer the Mozart Con- 1964 Jaycee Buddy Baseball I''
SUBURBIA DRIVE-IN :certo in E flat major, K 271, program. I
THEATRE I and the Concerto No. 2, in G Boys' Club Closed The The .
:minor, opus 22, by SaintSaens.Mr. Boys' Club will be closed Aug- tinuing
FIRST TIME TONIGHT 7:30MONSTER i Edward Troupin will con- ust 15 September 8. Two important I
duct the orchestra. dates to remember are defense s st

fjt I Reception September 12 Dog Show and I
/' : There will be a reception for September 19 Start of Flag during
Mr. Hinson and the officials administering Football. All boys signing up year.
g} GOLIATHALL ;i the scholarsh i p for flag football will be eligibleto Dr. I I
:fund immediately following the join the Boys' Club Gator of I
i concert in Florida Union. Boosters and attend the Flofi I eight
We look forward to the con- da-SMU game September 19.
-I \ NEW! ;:cert of October 20, not only as Lost Clothing Many itemsof tors :
t I tan evening of inspiring music clothing baseball equip- shelter
'but as an occasion which warms ment and membership cards 'ors, I
the heart and the spirit an have been turned into the con- for STAR"I' i
occasion which symbolizes the i trol desk and are unclaimed. The
( i
dedication and devotion of a Parents are urged to check at
great teacher to the art of mu-:the Boys' Club and reclaim i in its ) I
sic and to what music means tract i
in the lives of people. The event Civil
will be a tribute to Miss Carson.
to Mr. Hinson and to the profession Defense
|B GORDON hJXtfVf I I SlMMMbVb of teaching. Best of all, 1111G. of Col.
the occasion will symbolize a
JJ director
00LIATKK4MPIRES = ,line of continuity in' the music Dr.
;teaching tradition as it is sustained :
I and handed on from
: teacher to pupil and from gen-
i eration to generation. ors in
I( In her life and in her work and 59 I
-2nd r.eruWhetetheGHOULSare I Miss Carson contributed immeasurably I.
e i j to our spiritual rich- the
i,es. Through her inspirational example would i
!| and through her bequest
!she provides a continuing Influence egory
/I : to guide those students and centers
.tswheretheFUNisI S (teachers who are working in York
.. lnt 'music in our community today. gan.
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/ .t .1,0'[ Perform I lavish summer.opera The opera"Turandot", which was this I &

\JW ..J In IV OperaMernet Puccini's last, is being presented 'I and Save

l ; i Y.. 20th Ter., Larsen is singing, 805 in N. the W. Memorial July 29, Aug.Stadium 1, 5 and on 8 the in

chorus for Indiana University's campus."Turandot". -' (AND NOW'S THE TIME TO
.... outdoor production of Puccini's is the produc-
: tion which the State of Indiana V1fl SEW FOR FALL BACK-TO-SCHOOL)

Orchid? Horrid has selected to present as the
____ highlight of Indiana Day at the I_; Tarpoon Type Cottons \
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-.' ;, (AP) -Roses set built in the
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." ..... .. ..:,: .. :. end of the stadium, horseshoe-I COMPARE AT 1.99
in the city of Binghamton, no tion employs a cast : ,
other hue will do. I Singing the opera in English is ;

__ ._ .,. _.__.. ____..._.u. chovchin That's what Mrs. Charles Ba- an expert cast of principals, in- ., SALE 1..29 yd.
The campus cafeteria line at the University of Florida sparks a cheerful learned after she cluding graduate students and
,memory of the good old days for the W. E. Irwins (foreground) of Or- painted the fire hydrant in front several members of the I. U.I !!
of her
;mond Beach, on campus recently to attend a freshman registration session city an orchid color.A I music school faculty. I ;: Stretch Fabrics
public works crew 1'1..
with their son Mike (right).

drant repainted to its the original orchid-colored red Friday.hy- Air ConditioningBY \ ( IDEAL FOR SKIRTS, SUITS, DRESSES,

Parents Get Taste of CollegeLife Mrs. Bachovchin likes orchid FEDDERS 'j SLACKS BACK-TO-SCHOOL WEAR.

Her porch furniture and petunias l ;.f 1 RESISTS WRINKLES. RETAINS ITS
are that color. Add central air conditioning; to ,
But city officials informed her hot air central heating Or SHAPE. DOES NOT BAG OR BULGE)
at Early RegistrationBy she had violated a water depart- hov. both installed at big fFW'I'I""m !/
savings. I REG. 3.98
ment regulation. The penalty ,
KATHERINE ALSOP Parents and sons are surprised students who have a tendency to could be a $25 fine, 25 days in FREE ESTIMATES CALL :
jail, both.
Parents of entering Universityof to learn that no majors can take on more than they can They indicated Ray French'sAIR SALE 1.99 yd.
Florida freshmen are gettinga be declared until after the first handle. they would ,
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nostalgic twist to the family two years of college are suc- Almost 70 per cent of the entering any plans for prosecution CONDITIONING and F''r72"x108"
vacation: a two-day stay on cessfully completed. freshman class attends -brush.if she would drop the paint 714 N.W.HEATING 23rd Blvd.SERVICE 2-3705 Piece Goods Shop-2nd t
(.campus.. Many are also surprised to one of the two-day sessions. At I
By summer's end more than learn that despite the tremen- least one parent comes along.In .I I
1,700 parents will have attended dous size of the University, not many cases, both attend. This
one of the 14 early registration one of the 15,000 students can past summer students and parents -
sessions for freshmen, says register for a course without have come from as far as
David Stryker, associate professor first discussing his schedule Germany, the Philippine Islands -
of English and directorof with an academic counselor. California and Alaska.
the program. Parents quiz counselors and Conference reactions of Mama
Most of the parents forego the University personnel about cur- and Papa can be summed up by ANNUAL
air-conditioned comforts of a few, distance from the residence one little gray haired lady who
motel to stay in the campus halls to classes, laundry ar- sat on the third row, nodded approval -
residence hall, share the conival -, rangements, linen services, and to everything said, and CANNON WHITE PERCALE SHEETS
chatter in the bath meal ticket plans. Fathers always -:later commented, "I wouldn't
common TWIN, REG. 3.09, . . SALE .2.1981"x108" 78"x75", KING OR DUAL TWIN FITTED
down the hall, eat in the cam- check on extra expenses."A have missed this for the world.
pus cafeteria, and, eagerly surprising number of par Neither would the former collegians REG. 7.19, . . . . . WHITE SALE 5.99 I.
trapse across the 1,800-acre ents ask what time their son who during their stay, FULL, REG. 3.39, . . .SALE 2.49
campus with maps in hand. 'must be in at night", said resi- nostalgically relived a bit of
Probably one ef the most pop dence hall counselor Roland their own campus life. 90"xl08", EXTRA WIDE, FLAT, 60"x80", QUEEN SIZE, FITTED, ,

coeducation ular innovations, the at program Florida since began Foster.Exceptional students are told Had Unique Ride REG. 3.69, AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99 REG. 4.99 . . . . . WHITE SALE 3.99122"xl08"

seven years ago to allow about the various honors programs
freshmen and their parents a available; rumors of a In[ Car of Many 39"x80", LONG TWIN, FITTED, Id
chance to meet with faculty on high drop out rata are stifled Parts REG. 3.39, AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.49 ,
an informal basis, get a good with fact; and terms such as I Separate REG. 7.19, . . . 'AUCUST WHITE SALE 5.99
look at the campus, and give the credit, percentile and "prog- NAPOLEON, Mich. (AP) 54"x80" LONG
Gary Ellis, 19, it just I FULL, FITTED,
neophyte student a chance to ress" tests are interpreted for says
register for the fall term before parents. !wasn't his day. REG. 3.69, AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99 PILLOW CASES, REG. 79c, . . . SALE 69c'
the confusion of the first weekon Much emphasis is placed on I He was driving his sister's
campus. the importance of establishing 1956 model car when the auto
During the evening session on good study habits in the first frame broke. He tied it together CANNON SCALLOPED WHITE PERCALE SHEETS72"xI08"
the first day, parents and stu trimester. In his talk before the with a rope.
dents are told that every enter- joint session of parents and stu- Then the rear end of the car TWIN SIZE, FLAT ONLY, REG. 3.69, . . . . . . . . AUGUST WHITE SALE 2.99

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ticular field. here long after you are. neighbor in another car, began
"It's amazing how many "Don't do them all in one tri pulling Gary's auto. Gary's
freshmen are worrying at 17 mester,"he tells them. right rear tire went flat. The
what they will be retiring fromat Many of the pre-term spare was flat, too, so the trip
70",Dr.Stryker said. ences save later cOnfer-j continued. The flat tire came ALL COTTON /I
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BUZZ MIXSON bonds, gas bonds and not skeptical about our I amount to an average of $30 per
By SAM McGARVEY r .4 Sun Area Editor posed hospital issue would to pay for a hospital," family per year. "But again thisis
WILLISTON The Williston told the Sun yesterday.
a hypothetical figurehe
Finnegan lived to a ripe old City Council has decided to do said he made we do get a hospital," said.
some further probing into the projections with the "but I think that the F
age. He survived many freezes, .financing aspects of a proposed Scott and came up with of Williston should know French said that what he

flames, flashes of lightning, city hospital. Figures: $24,437 in may be called upon would propose, after all the fig-

wear and tear and the deadly Council members have scheduled first year (assuming a money to pay for it." ures have been worked up,I
corrosion of rust I a meeting .' bond issue at 4 per cent said he believes that would be a straw ballot in s
tomorrow at 2 est) and a peak of $ of Williston, includ which the people would indicate
But he died several years ago p.m. for this year in payments which see the value whether they would be willingto V .
In a bitter freeze, when his Graduation HonorsJim purpose. They .l be reached in 1983. and want it, even ante up a little more for the

head popped open under the irresistible will meet with French said that the paying a little more hospital project and if they are,

of ice. B. Sharp Jr. of Williston (left), a graduating Ned Scott, thecity's y. payments of more than taxes or property tax- by which method: a utility tax
senior at the University of Florida in chemical en- auditor; would include only $ or an increase in property tax- 1
This '':.. ,.r.. ..,. ., ..., ,,.. ', ,.
Thus did Finne- principal payments. said that this might es. s
ingloriously, gineering, receives the Hamilton Watch award from bond> attorney I -' : ;t; ; -" : < --
gan the water pump give up the Dean Thomas L. :Martin of the College of Engineering. Frank Watson apply on the $235,000 in WILDER

ghost and become but Sharp, who was graduated with honors, received and city attorney bonds which were Issued
nothing a
the award for successfully combining proficiency in William to finance the city's Sales Hit AnnouncesFor I
pile of junk.In I Ito tem. The balance of the
his major field with achievements in the social (Bill) Chappell French
sciences and humanities.Bradford. to determine whether ments would be interest.
his lifetime, however, Fin- try
there will be The utility bond issue Levy Co.
enough money
served the
negan McGarvey
meet all the city's proposed obligations ing for itself, French
farm more or less faithfully, it usually takes a gas Averagesales
at the same time I House SeatCEDAR
depending on his moods and HospitalADMISSIONS have a reserve operating fund of several years to start -
whims. at least $15,000 for the proposedlOSpitaL itself. The city issued $
revenue certificates to SPRINGSThe High/ for the current season. KEY Joseph M.

When he felt like working, the (transferred), Delores Marie The special meeting was the recently completed flue cured tobacco The market opened on July 29. (Joe) Wilder has announcedand

cows had a big tub of sparkling July 30 Marshall Calvin I Beard. agreed to after new Council tem.French wound up its first full After a weekend breather, qualifed with the secretaryof
Ross, John Sherman, both of said he had sales Friday, with sea- state as a candidate for the
clean water on hand at all : July 31 Christopher B. :aWE; tpuajjj;: iB oy oaqureui the market will reopen tomorrow -
times. Likewise, the hogs, Lawtey; Anna Roth Schwa,' Jackson, James Reason, Joshua forth at last week's regular vised by Art Forehand standing at 2,143,936 at 8:30 a. m. at the Big State House of Representativesseat
Merritt Island. I Pitt Baxter, Gerry Edmond- 'meeting with some eye-opening Florida Development i, sold for $1,226,123.23 Dollar Warehouse. formerly held by the late
chickens mules and the
even July 31 Vivian Ardelia Mc- son. !financial projections.The sion that a reserve of at of 57.20 cents a Matt Dykes, auctioneer and Frank Marshburn of Levy

cat and dog. Not to mention, Cullough, Hampton; James Cal- city has already received $15,000 a year should be one of the warehouse owners, County.
water in the house for sundry vin Lovell Starke. Aug. 1 James Calvin Lov- to take care of any losses Wilder who the
approval of a $250,000 Hill-Bur- sales of 264,506 said the market had about manages
purposes, including the washingoff Aug. 1 Thomas TempletonAllan ell, Arletha Joyce Chesser, I ton grant for hospital construction -,eration of the hospitaL pushed the local market reached the halfway point, vol- Gulf View Cottages here, qualified -

of honest sweat and grime. Lawtey; Rosa Mae Hut- Jacqueline Joyce Newman. I and now has to come up I based on the experience the 2 million pound umewise but that he did not in Tallahassee Friday. The

I chinson, Melrose; BarneyE. Aug. 2 Ann Roth Schwab, with an equal amount in matching .!er hospitals of similar. Total money received think a price peak has been representative post was left
But all too often, he just up McRae, Carolyn Nettles,! Vivian Ardelia McCullough: funds. Proposed is the issuance French said. came to $157,069.35, and reached yet He said four of vacant when Marshburn died
and quit, with the result that I The new council
both of Starke.
whole Aug. 3 Rosa Mae Hutch-i of revenue certificates, : price of 59.38 cents five companies have been pay- last month. Marshburn last
the barnyard bellowed, that his projections are
and a shrill obligato spilled Aug. 2 Larry Edwin Tong- inson, Mary Alice Ellington, I backed up by a pledge of all in part on the day was the highest of ing as high as 70 cents a May won the Democratic nom

from the house in protest to er, Gainesville. Sarah Jane Griffis, Carol Dian the city's cigarette tax revenue premise of a hospital pound and he expects them to ination for the post he had held
Aug. 3 Barbara J. Hollo- and from the utilities since 1952 and had
waterless faucets. Bennett. sue at four per cent I was the eighth day of go even higher this week. no Republican -
, way, Daisy M. Thomas, Myrtle operations.But oppostion for another two-
In due time, he was christened Pauline Haislop, Mary Es- Aug. 4 Carolyn Nettles French said nobody had year term.

Finnegan, for On Again,: telle Padgett, Pauline Jordan and daughter Pamela Denise. ever made any projections to Wilder will be a candidate In ;
Off Again Finnegan of comic' istrunk, all of Starke; Geraldine -! Aug. 5 Adro Lester Johnson determine what the city's revenue Antics Amuse the special primary to be heldin 1

strip fame, but that name was I Anderson, Lawtey. Linnie M. Brown, Barney would add up to in the Lucy Levy County on Sept. 8. If
shortened on many occasions so Aug. 4 Adro Lester Johnson I E. McRae, Daisy M. Thomas, future and what the combined there is need for a second primary -
that ripe expletives could be Walker McGee, Patricia Patricia Dea Oliver. :total of payments on utility ft will be on Sept. 2Z.

added to more fully describe Dea Oliver, all of Starke; Evelyn The VacationerBy Thus far, it is a two-man race
Virginia Jackson, Rai- with Ford Lincoln of Willistonas
him.Like Cord; Bonnie Felecia Jenkins, Barry to Go AlongOn the other candidate.
the time when the writer -
Lake Butler. Wilder Is currently servingas
was in the shower, covered Chason BUZZ MIXSON of the Cedar
Aug. 5 Eugene V. president Key
with a thick layer of tightly- Sun Area Editor Council. He is also
Hampton; Virginia Dare Cor- GOP Farm PlankBy City a member -
clinging suds, and Finnegan of the school
bett, Keystone Heights. L > advisory
Yes, it was a pleasant
seized on that opportunity to Aug. 6 Hiram Clemons, restful vacation. UPS board for Cedar Key and dep.
shut down.
Lake Butler; Patricia Ann JACK BELL Goldwater said that "most of uty director of civil defense for

Wcrkicg on a defunct pump at :Rhooen, Hampton; Edith A. WASHINGTON
any time is a problem, but that I Harris, Gainesville; Elnora presidential nominee Barry product of price-fixing..." at the beach where t years on the City CounciLA
time stands out as the worst of Perkins, Lawtey; Gertie Fay :Goldwater has promised Senate : On Jan. 22 at Gillsboro, N.H., youngest, acquired a lifelong resident of Levy
all. Dressing was out of the McRae, Starke. :and House Republicans be will :he said: "This has cost us billions he blistered liberal"I'm: County, Wilder was born in
question, in that sudsy condi- I go along with the party plat and billions of dollars and sun ( t0 W'I Bronson in 1918, the son of
tion, and so mosquitoes and BIRTHS form farm plank in campaigning it is destroying 30 per cent of then started the process Mitch and Janie Wilder. He is
gnats swarmed all over the vulnerable -. Aug. 2 Mr. and Mrs. in the prairie states. American agriculture. I'd like again); Walter sat the father of five children and
target and had them Ralph Nettles, Starke, a He has agreed to set up an to see us stop this foolishness of around with a bum knee; with question Lucy Levy knows everyone has five grandchildren. Wilderis
exclamation marks, in from away back (even me, for
daughter, Pamela Denise. advisory group to coach him on federally supporting agricul
selves an orgy.It reen, the teen-aged an active member of the
and Robert only (in referring to pea- when I have the honor of making
Aug. 3 Mr. Mrs. local sentiment when he speaksin ture"And ,
Church of Christ and various
-1 her first and etcetras her column occasionshe
boy ; numerous on
F's devilish timing that acquired I
Portland Ore.
was J. Anderson, Lawtey those states.Goldwater he said in civic
hurt All week long, when son, Randall Alan. has called in the Feb. 12 that the federal govern- Elsie spent hour after I the people of Levy calls my by my old Willis- organizations.

service and parts were avail- Aug. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Don- past for a "gradual withdrawalof ment's only involvement with standing in the surf and I alternately amused, in- ton nickname, Buzzy).

.' able, he would pump away merrily -ald Jackson, Raiford, a son, subsidies from agriculture"over farmers should be a guaranteeloan the fish, via hook and ; I' and irritated and I have felt flattered at being Clean Up Work

but come the weekend, and Donald Edison Jr. a period of from three to program similar to federal yours truly did as little just who Lucy Levy mentioned in Lucy's column Starts CreekIn
no way was available to get part Aug. 5 Mr. and :Mrs. Joe five years. housing. sible. is. except for the last time, when on

XT-15643, the demon upped and Cornelius Holloway, St a r k e,I The platform adopted in San Goldwater agreed after a good people of Williston she really cut me to the quick. BradfordSTARKE
a son, William Joseph. I Francisco proposed "develop meeting with Senate and House The beach stay was their ideas about who She, in fact, made me feel like

quit.For another thing, the rascal Aug. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ment of truly voluntary com- members Friday to consult witha except for that weekend is, but nobody knows for an intruder or interloper in my -Work of cleaningout

sneezed and coughed at the approach -el Eugene Rhoden, Hampton modity programs for commercial group of senators who are ed so hard. The wind own hometown. Water Oak Creek in northwest

of even cool weather, a daughter, Sara Jane. agriculture, price supportsfree familiar with farm problems as the water until it was her column, one Honestly, Lucy, the people of Bradford County has be-
and freeze, he turned of political manipulation, the campaign takes shape. He I draw a mental picture of Williston did decide for themselves gun under the direction of Jack
come a
DISCHARGEDJuly and the rain
.and mable
adequate credit facilities. said he will follow the platformin '
who wanted
into better ice maker than good natured, om- they as city Trawick supervisor of the
the deep freeze. 30Walter L. Ivey: In Redding, Calif., May 25, his speeches.ity horizontally, instead of dame who has noth-! officials in their election last I Bradford Mosquito Control District -

mal vertical way. I to do than keep tabs month. They did that when they !

As a result, faucets all over CATTLE IENS ASS>N SPONSOR The second week of the her neighbors are do-, pushed down those little levers .I The District's dragUfle sodta&fozer
the place were left dripping at : art these nevi fatsgied vc&sg raa- are being useS 1&
toe approach
Finnegan from freezing up. with occasional trips to reported seeing st aad- Some t i be people bare expressed -&& deck wbicb drains most &/
That precaution failed one night, Calf Sale by swimming or fishing and about at 6 ajn. one! irritation at Lucy's an-, the Northwestern section of the
however, when the electricity BringsAboveMarket i i Long neglected odd jobs she stands out on the I tics. But you can bet that when county.
went off and he went about taken care of such as Cutoff at 7 a.m. each they get their Suwannee Valley i During heavy rains last
the business of making ice in semi-clogged shower and counts the car- News each week, the first thing ,spring, Water Oak overflowedits

his noggin. and there was the luxury i of commuters on their they do Is turn to Lucy Levy's bounds and Inundated valuable -

By the time it was discov- BidsA lying around late in the Gainesville. column. I do. i cropland in the section.

ered, the electricity was backon ing with no time clocks to

but Finnegan was off. Frozen I or deadlines to meetIt .

solid! No welcome whir of the I ended all too
motor. No gushing sound in the I graded feeder calf sale here edly higher quality than those oC Florida herds as a direct been back on the job for a f
tank. No nothing, especially Friday night was termed a success -offered at Belle Glade. [result of these graded sales. bursting with s
water. by the sponsoring Florida Ralph Cellos Sr., presidentof just energy
Cattlemen's Association, ,with I Graded sales call for the the Florida Cattlemen, :ready for another

When other efforts to thaw the average price received:grouping of calves regardless said "Prices have proven that I am working on a

out the iron monster failed, a about $2 per hundredweighthigher I of producer into large the feeder buyers are willing to tion now whereby news >1
huge pile of pine needles was than the current market;uniform lots by breed, weight:pay more per pound for hear will work two weeks out a t
heaped over it, with the idea 1 price. and grade. This works to the ier calves, and, based on this year and have 50 weeks

that if Finnegan was dead, indeed -i The sale, held at the Gainesville -. advantage of the producer who' finding, I expect our producerswill vacation.So ,.
a suitable funeral pyre otherwise couldn't offer on his bring bigger animals to fu-
Livestock Market, was
much for the
was in order.A own such an impressive groupof ture calf sales.
second of three the Cattlemen
animals for competetive bid- Area who entered we turn now to .
big blaze lighted the are sponsoring in the state. The producers
ding. And buyers of feeder calves in the Gainesville sale LUCY! GOOD? BAD?
scene, and at the height of the first was held last week at V
calves find such large uniform
included C. W. Ottinger, FtWhite
Belle Glade. A graded heifer
Finnegan sprang into action
most desirable One of the newest (
groups commer- Turkey Track CattleCo.
and went to pumping happily, calf sale, the first of its kind in ;
cially. ., Ft :McCoy; E.,J. Lanun, weekly newspapers over
like Dan McGrew in the fiery the state, is scheduled Oct 2 in
is the Suwannee
furnace.He Kissimmee.At Commissioner of Agriculture Brooker; George Wise, Green County
Cove Springs; Lazy M. Ranch, News published by
Doyle Conner, one of the speakers -
the Gainesville sale 801
worked off and on, for several Emerald Farms G&M Lumber
at the Gainesville sale, said lay.And
years after that, but on calves brought an average priceof Co., Marion Sentinel Farms and and
the graded sales are most important aiding Wildlife Instruction
another frigid night a valve in $18.64 per hundredweight Herman H. Bronson, all of Ocala circulation
as an educational tooL big splash
$1.05 more than the average at: O. D. Huff and
a and did ; Floyd
pipe froze Finnegan
He said the sales give buyers weekly, which is printed
the Belle Glade sale. of wild animal bones covered at the 4-H Wildlife
the same, and wound up with a I and sellers an opportunity to Huff both of McIntosh; Ben liston, is a gabby, ) was one subject
skull fractured beyond repair. This price differential is not' exchange views on what are the Franklin, J. E. Zetrouer and at-all-times columnist which concluded: yesterday at Camp :McQuarrie in the Ocala National
too Sun A. S. Jensen assistant forester Agricultural Extension Service, de-
significant, according to a Ridge Farms, all of Mican- under the ,
most desirable calves for fatten- erates
Thus ended the sad story of spokesman for the Florida Department opy; and R. S. and W. C. Gra- the jawbone of a deer to Alachua County 4-Hers, from left, Jimjny
Lucy Levy.For
Finnegan-On Again,but most- of Agriculture, because ing out ham, Mills Farms, Harold Edwin Andrews, Reggie Brown Harold Trujillo, Billy Farrell and Steve
ly Off Again Finnegan, the the calves offered at the State agriculture officials seea Mills and Hardee Farms all of several months The annual camp, attended by 108 boys, is for outstanding 4-H members

capricious water pump. Gainesville sale were of mark general upgrading in the qua Chiefland. sipy column, which is I have shown an interest in wildlife and conservation.Y" .,
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your problem? For a 'In- THERE'S A SPIDr"R ON IT! FOR A HOME RON.. f

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:4' DEAR ABBY: I can't get that Father's Day column out of Yet the boys keep busy, help each other, help me, and I theathat ends our \) A61N TH'MOOSICrtSSTARTlN'// AH CAINT STAND AHLL STOPTH'MOOSIC" You Wi I f .
my mind. This Is for the mother who sent you her 19-year- have never once heard any of them complain about how NO/'AH'LLNEVAH friendship? YO'5AY:' ? ,
old son's letter in which he said, "If I-turn out to be a tough it is to be without a father. t-EAVEDAISYMAEr CL1CKIrIp
father like my dad, I wish somebody would shoot me." MOTHER OF FOUR I
I Only when your son has sons of his own will he appreciate *

: what his father has done for him. I assume your son Is not DEAR ABBY: I read the letter from the college son to his C 4tr
I paying his own way through college. Few sons do. mother, criticizing his father. The boy sounded like an over- .ti Y1

; I had the same type of father. He never played ball with protected, spoiled, sniveling brat, just looking for points 1 tI
me. He never cuddled me when I was young. Never talked against probably a hard-working, long suffering, devoted, in- 0e
.' with me, man-to-man. He never took me on trips, either. troverted father. Who sent this kid to college? My husbandis I
But he worked every day. And he paid the bills. And he put a quiet man, and our three sons adore him in a quiet r
: food on the table and clothes on my back, and shoes on my way. They feel no necessity to drool over one another. One t yo R i c i
feet. And he quietly did without himself. son is a newspaper man the other two are engineers, and ,

I used to feel resentment, too. But now I have sons of my they all married wonderful girls. The boys turned out to be I'L ,

own, and realize that there are many ways of showing love. the kind fathers brag about, but my husband never bragged.My 1t
And my father loved me no less for his inability to show it. husband never took the boys hunting or fishing. In the -

: One day that son will live to eat his words. summer he either was going to college (he is a school teacher COME ON A I'M AFEERED \ SHUCKS- fc.
OLDER AND WISER ) or working to supplement our income. He never wrote H SNUFFY !! OVER,CALEB ) TO TACKLE THAT ) I Win FIXIN' :
any of them a letter in his life. Yet they loved and respectedeach Ol: FOOT LOG V/IF / TO INVITE VE
h i
DEAR ABBY: The letter on Father's Day from the boy who other and enjoyed a fine relationship. What we need PAIR THESE SliCKY ) PER SUPPER- ti

was disappointed in his father bothered me. Considering the today is more strong silent men who quietly rule i OFSTOREBOUGHTEWSHOES BOTTOMS \i 3.w I1V J.t
: thousands of boys who have had to grow up without fathers, their homes. Then no son will hope to be shot if he isn't C/) & )

I think this young man is lucky to have had even a part-time taken fishing or to Disneyland. Honestly! "
: father. At least he's made a home for his family and has WICHITA WIFE
; paid the bills. If the boy fears his younger brother will suffer i.i 1
from the absence of a father's love and guidance, why DEAR ABBY: Apropos the letter from the college boy who r 7'Z 1LET'S ,
doesn't he spend more time being the older brother? Older condemned his father for not being a "good" father: i i I

brothers are usually adored and looked up to by the younger I am willing to bet that if you were to ask one hundred ea ? b I
: ones. successful, reasonably well adjusted family men if their Ii

I have four sons, from 9 to 18. Their father has been in the fathers ever played ball with them, took them on trips, or ""
: state mental hospital since the oldest boy was eight years sat down and talked "man to man" with them, ninety- ,
old, so it Is almost as though they had no father at all. five would have to say no. --

.' His mind is gone and he will be there the rest of his life. "ONE OF THE 95" LET'S HEAP STRAIGHT J'M CONVINCED,SAM,THAT CHECK A COUPLE

THE By Russell Baker

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N rID Hark QJimra It is very hot. The children ed lavendar and orange to an ugly way. The problem

ORMOND BEACH-The first snarl at each other, perspireinto match the customer's clothing. about these clothes is not only )

thing people do when they plan the car upholstery, get Then everyone concentrateson that the colors are hideous, but .
Florida vacation is buy a lot plums mashed between their also that they feel, on the wearer '
of pink and yellow clothing. toes. Periodically everybody like underwear. 9 ,r. RINGING GETITi YES.WHAT CAN I / WITH YOU,MELISSA I SUPPOSE I CM '
to eat rebelburgers-pre- i Q.4MINUTES
Everybody then puts on these stops psychological as well as ma- Most people find it hard to I ON THE TEA / eai5
funny clothes, gets in to the fabricated, frozen, meatless terial, to be hurdled before a have a wonderful time when .p KETTLE
car and drives past 900 milesof hamburgers with a prefabricated they feel that they are walking t
wonderful time be,
billboards advertising mon- 1962 tomato slice. can really along crowded streets in their r v

keys and beer. Jefferson Da- Eventually they arrive at enjoyed. underwear, and it takes an act :

vis' confederacy lies hidden be- places like this. It is a gigantic First off, there is the problemof : of courage to get out of the N I
hind those billboards for muchof with little I. walking around in public in house the first few times and \ Y ,
shopping ;
the way, but for hundreds of those ridiculous pink and yellow mingle with the crowds.It Y J (.
rental houses for the customers.I clothes. else is x.
miles the car radio antenna o-M
makes it easier
the .
picks up nothing i but rockn' I In fact, It is just like home except wearing them but then every- vacationer to no go out in on these ''.Y t'r

*. roll from Liverpool. that the houses are paint-j body else looks funny, too, in clothes and find that everyoneis 11 IPZA M .
staring at him. The reasonis : /i : : lI
that the newcomers are rI pdp.{

r usually very white in comparison Ill I 1'' >* NOT A SAD IDE A-1X1. I I
to the seasoned vacationers vVH 7 DON'TYOU RUN AROUND THE CLOCKFIVE. ) THAT t'MtiuNSRY
all of whom are darkenedto T ATEToo ANO DoMUCH1'M ITp
J- the shade of well-traveled F UL EEP EXRCIE.SdGIIr f i rs I

A WI 't alligator suitcases.The O Q
j- ;: J4 vacationer feels terrible

about being pale. Pale skin I Z Va .
marks him as a tourist, and f
the worst thing about being a o

tourist is having other tourists dH Cc

recognize you as a tourist. Andso

for three or four days, he

.. broils himself mercilessly in

... m the sun, suffering the contemptuous ..l_ _
smiles of the tan people,

hoping that he will eventually
inconspicuous enough to
have a wonderful time. I PATRICIA DEAR THERE KN7 -WITH A FACE YOU'RE 1091MATCH !
The children, being children, r I WAS JUST THINKING G01NG. BE I' LIKE THAT YOU'RE 7C ,
no sympathy for the i relders'
problems. The
parent 0 WEDDINGw { BIT
{ ,+ s sn who wants to broil himself in ., E i

: l ai, r 3v the secrecy of the backyard r,
before making a public
w appear- I
yY eSd- y ance is beset by his children,

: : ;,y a who want to get on with the r. t'1I t G y

I wonderful time immediately. 1 I r 7SJT
y$ I i If one child wants to go to 4

the swimming pool, the other
Colorful MItral insists on the beach. There is i

nothing to do but go to both

Four-year-old Frankie Scher grandson of Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Moed, 1015 places feeling hot, pale and PONT LcrN ITtLTAKE _- MEANWHILE/ AND ONE Of KEE RECORDED CONVERSATIONS
NE 5th Ave. needed a chair to view this unusual mural on display at the underwear-conscious. The p o 011 rr BUS YOU, A COUPLE OP DOOPLY BJX N- IS LIKELY TO BECOME
ainesville Public Library. Entitled "Hootenanny", the stitched mural depicts swarms with millions of bodies rB AM55 FWEET/I SHAKY. YOU MONTHS fOK.A\E SHOOS IS A MOST INTERESTING... 1V
colorful figures dancing and playing musical instruments. On temporary loanto for the whole I FOOteETTJN'yoUANP ,
the library, the mural was made by Grade 5-A of P.K. Yonge Laboratory American population is fightingto 1 THOSE NICE BY SKETCHING BE MARRIED.l ...AS SHE TIRED OF THE SOMETHING OUT
School under the direction of Mrs. Fay Ashley. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) get to the ocean so that it II z1 ta,. LATHERED FOLKS ALL UPI FOR PAY/ 'IS PRACTICING GOING ABOUT SWAL STUFF..A OF THE ORDINARY .

can swim in a pool.It I :(lf u4 ll, 'LISTENING/ .: ;SHE
Toastmaster r i
Young Girl Dives in Front is impossible to get into i b Q MAKES NOTES'IN
Ili i'R1Slr. \ es' HER BOOK... i
the pool without shoehorn
Contest Slated a ,
Of Train to Save Her Doss and once in, it is impossible to J q : ;
Marvin Whitten will repre- do than J\ Ff
more stand packed ..
BELDING, Mich. (AP) out of the yard, Lorrl was right sent the Gainesville Toastmasters -' among bodies, feeling wet tl1VE
"The train whistle blew, and be- next to the train. Somehow, she Club in area competition pale and overcrowded. At! 1

fore we knew it Lorri was div- dived to the other side of the for humorous speeches on Aug. the poolside, bronzed godlets i 1k :' t

ing toward the tracks, trying to tracks just before the train 22.His play Liverpool rock 'n' roll. JIU '
"The Revelationsof
save her dogs. AU we could do passed," Mrs. Campbell said. speech, on their transistor radios, add
was just stand there and a Countryman, was judgedthe ing to the din, and practice the r CANT TOUOI I1AnID 1
watch." "Then the dogs started back winning humorous speech Marlon Brando pout at the girlsof I I -+ THAT PARS' rrs THESE I-iOT t
Monday night at the Toastmas- I' $ciTLE ,
Mrs. Donald Campbell was across the tracks, and Lorril ters' their dreams. TOO HOT THIN6S FCR Care NAh p 5,

"still in a state of shock" Sat- dived after them. She managed' Whitten farmer field- The ocean's emptiness is a I......,. SO MAto.."'" VSA2S z : WARM
a I .... THEPOMT:
I ',
urday as she recalled how her to grab Pogo but the train man with the U. S. Departmentof blessing. If only it weren't a' EVEM HEAT UPHASP c t :
9-year-old daughter risked her knocked her down. Quanda was Agriculture's Agricultural half-mile walk: across the fur 1< WJ 1; f
life in an effort to save her pet killed." II Stabilization and Conservation I I nace of the shopping center's 1I

Dachshunds.Lorri I Service here. asphalt tarmac. And then, of]I 1r
slender bluee"edblonde At the hospital authoritiessaid IIIt1Q
a Dr. John Stiefel, J. H Uli s course, the body must be
who says she wants "to Lorri was "doing fine." Miller Health Center psychiatrist -ed in grease and sheltered coat-I r 0

go to college to learn to ,be a will be the club alternate.The der canvas after 30 I
veterinarian," suffered a broken Seeks to Cancel speech contest is public exposure. If the skin burns, it :; B-S i R .1 d

collarbone and minor cuts ,and reservations may: be made will later peel off in sheets and I
and bruises in the rescue attempt through Ernest Langford. The I everyone will be scandalized. Itsn't II
India StrikesNEW \
Wednesday. One of the contest will be held at Long'sCafeteria easy having a wonderfultime. I

dogs was saved. The other died DELHI, India (AP) at 7 p.m. on Aug. 22. .

under the train wheels. Prime Ministe, Lal Bahadur 3 Children Die Later there will be a drive on I APPRECIATE YOUR PONT WORRY ABOOT MDUK WOULP YOU T YES..IU NEVER FORGET
were or Shastri has appealed to his op- the beach with the car. It is -J j KEC06NIZE THE THBR FACES. AMP
ponents to call off their planned In RefrigeratorCHICAGO the thing to do here. The sand I STAY WITH YOUR MOTHER 't=r-x6 READY TO LEAVE THE SAYS YOU'RE READY TO AJ VOU VP?A LAST THING I POift"
house about 30 feet away hunger strikes, work stoppagesand (AP-Three chil- and salt corrode the finish and I UNTIL YOU'RE f'SCHARSEPJ! \HOSPITAL W THE MORNING RETURN TO bO g.'
from the railroad tracks," Mrs. other >>F;!
potentially explosive in
get to those thousands of
dren were found suffocated Fri- tiny _
Campbell recalled. protests against India's critical day night in an unused refrig- moving parts, but it is all partof I N i J
The train whistle blew, she food shortage.He il --i s
having a wonderful time _
erator on the back porch of 1 1&
said, and the dogs Pogo and and the auto repair stops love I T qi
warned that such demon- their apartment building.The I .4 ,
Quanda headed toward the ;
strations could plunge India intoa bodies of Cynthia Ann it. t iQ
train switch engine
a one car
new wave of unrest. The lead- Hartman, 4, and her brothers, How good it will be when the I I stc
and caboose, traveling about 10
ers promised to consider Shas- Joseph 5, and Martin, 6, children wonderful time has been had, S I ii
miles an hour. tri's plea, but it was doubted of Mr. and Mrs. George and the car is repaired, and the I ; Lh

**I heard Lorri! screaming, that they would forego the opportunity Hartman, were found by police tan has bleached to white, and -----
and I started running; but she of making political several hours after their mother the pink and yellow clothes are tI
aa, to*, fjad before I could get capital out of the shortages. I reported them missing. all burned. t ,t

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Sunday, August 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun .SC


Waitress to work night shift 4 days
\ a week. Good salary. Apply Sandwich -

NOW' Phone Inn.FR 4-024.110 N.E. 16th Ave. THE TIME IS NOW .

WANTED TTS Operator good work.
WANTEDHAVE Ing conditions. good pay. Con-'
tact Stafford Caldwell Gainesville

, LibraryBy IS : SecretaryThis Sun. Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr

-- House to Rent?

BLACKBURN Grain of Salt" ) full position offers the right woman -
ARDIS M. (Bagg wonderful opportunity with

"Delights and Prejudices"by of recipes for low-sodi- large local company. She must
have the ability to meet and deal
James Beard, Athen um, um diets. YOU : THE with the public. Typing and shorthand REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS
an absolute must. Excellent
New York, 1964. Literature, Art and Music opportunity for advancement toan
executive type position. Salary YOU MORE than the ad that will rent -
James Beard has long beena "At the End of the Open V comensurate with ability. Apply

familiar name in the lore of Road", (Simpson) poems by 'in person to Fla. State Employment -
Office, 413 SW 2nd Ave.. it!
="': good cookery. Since 1940 he the 1964 Pulitzer Prize winner; TIME Gainesville. FI la.

has been writing books on varIous ,"New Poems 1963" (Durrell-) ANY OF THESE WOMAN FOR Infant care &
evening meal live info
aspects of cooking. He has anthology of the year's best prepare, 2 weeks around Nov. 1st. No Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU

lectured widely and traveledfar. I poems by over 60 poets, edited cleaning or Ironing. Ph. 374-3543. I
WANTED saleslady, must have |lew- EVERY DAY until it is rented
familiar with his the Alexandria :
We are by author of the TO elry store experience & references. -

picture: the plump heavy quartet; "Poems" (Bet- Inquire. Steady Lewis position.Jewelry good Co.salary._

jowled face, the fringe of occhi) sixty-two poems bya THINGS I TO SELL? BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:

white hair the comfortably upholstered contemporary Italian with up to S5 per hour demonstrating
famous Studio Girl $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day
.: body, the look of translation facing the text; GET Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
complacent serenity; all the "The Flint and the Flame" Phone 374-4334 after a_. $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day

signs of a man who, for along (Davis) a study of Charles WANTED to begin experienced work by Legal August Secretary 21-,

life-time, has enjoyed and Dickens as artist and crafts- or earlier. Salary commensurate $55 per mo . $1.83 per day

food. More than "The Ever Present They'll Bring You Extra Cash V with Fringe experience benefits. Blue end Cross ability.and
respected good man; THAT Blue Shield. For interview con- $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day

that, Mr. Beard has made Past" (Hamilton) selected tact E. A. Clayton or James E.

Clayton. Phone 37751._ $65 mo. . $2.16 day
food his hobby and his life essays on art, literature and per per

work.In philosophy by the author of night in shift top wages.Restaurant Apply, $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day

"Delight and Preu-! "The Greek Way"; "The Storyof BETTER 2310 person.S. W. 13th Jerry's St._

dices" Mr. Beard indulges in Design" (Downer-richly) illustrated Rugs DIVISION MANAGERCort $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day

autobiography and dishes up history of design, -a time Cosmetics Manager has In Alachua opening for County.full- $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day

for our enjoyment many events dominant element in all arts; Guns Must be dependable, have car
and phone experienced! in Direct
from his very colorful life. For "A Hundred Years of Music" CAR! Selling_ Will train. Salary Far $85 per trio------ $2.83 per day
Tools interview, write D. Cox P. O.
instance "The kitchen was (Abraham) history of mus- Give
: Fla.
Box 7471 Orlando. resume -
$90 $3.00
per mo. . per day
reasonably enough, the scene ic from the death of Beethovento Boats of past experience.

of my first gastronomic adven- the present. CASHIER position for- TYPIST.experienced permanent or well $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day

1 I Current Interest"A IN trained high school graduate.
I all fours.
ture. was on Tents
Shorthand helpful. Must have $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day
crawled into the vegetable bin Tribute to John F. Ken- pleasant personality and ability to
meet the public. Interesting work
settled on a giant onion and nedy" (Salinger) selectionof Books pleasant office. For prompt Interview .

ate it skin and all." It is tributes to the late Presi- phone Mr. Allen Sun Finance -
appropriate FR 2356L$23WEEKLY .CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR

that near the end of dent, written from all over the V Plants NORTH for wearing lovely

he "I have eat- world after his assassination dresses received as extra re-
his book : ;
says Pianos wards. Get details. Fax h I o n
en in restaurants all over the "Margaret Chase Smith" (Gra- Frocks. Dept. S.4581, Cincinnati,
O, 45202.
world but when I came hometo ham) an informal biogra- Stoves _
NEED full time bookkeeper double
my kitchen I realize it Is phy of the Senator from Maine; CENTRAL entry system. Good hours. permanent .

there that I can best satisfythe "This is Eric Sevareid" (Sev- Radios t A.M.. 2314 lob. Apply NE 19th between Dr._S &

eccentricities of my pal areid) the noted commenta- EXPERIENCED SALESGIRLS 12 Mole Help WantedYOUN& J l 1Z MaU Help Wanted
Skates V
from kitchen collection ExceUcnt opportunity for 9-so Ux. *>
ate. And it Is tor's of his own arti- wire young women, who know MANTiom WANTED T7S Operator good work-

to fcitefvetv( that we faHow his des!. ttetbet'*eet\ 15;\ t\d Trunks FLORIDA'SLARGEST TIOIV to if)) and tnor t I}e. work. school"W to 1J -ytv with trt age WB mg ton. mons, peed pay. ten.
graduate average or tact V M)T4 Cs\dWtt.: GwhSSyule -
dvet\\lu!' in eatmg *U. around \% ; "The RepuWkan Party, \VA\* \ permwwrt. povlion with better grades for lull time per. Sun.WANTED .
V excellent future. vacations SVi manent position as salesman in
the world and back. 1854 1964" (Mayer) the Jewelry day week. Ms ltaltution. etc. Do our Men's department. Apply personnel reliable intelligent donut
not phone. See Mr. maker, experience not nec
Sandefer office Wilson's Department
Hs mother was for a time complete story of the Party
Rutherford's Jewelers 103 W. Store.WANTED essary. Steady work. Apply In
manager of a hotel in San told for the first time; "T h e BicyclesTV Univ. Ave. experienced grill- cook. person Univ. Ave.COMBINATION Spudnut. Shop 1017 W.

which noted for Wall of Shame" SECRETARIESELECTROTEC apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- -- T
Francisco was (Heaps) Sets rant, 310 NW 13th St. MAN for salesman I
its fine food much of which complete documented accountof CORP. & some office work must
(DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA) WANTED: supply character & work refer
of her own preparing, so successful or not (1) Radio audio, tape recorder ence. Apply t to 12 or 2 to I
was escapes .
ClothingCameras technician must have had civili- P. M. Couch's, 608 N. Main St.
he lived naturally in an atmos- from behind the Berlin Wall: MARKETPLACE SECRETARYTO an character experience& work, be to supply Must WHITE Mllese''ice-stat M help; t

phere of all that was best and I"The Scrutable East" (Trum Executive( CONTROLLER) want I permanent fob regular wanted. Experience necessary. Al It;
secretarial experience required and Herndon, 916 SE 4th Street. Iii
most stimulating ki the line of bull) report on Southeast In manufacturing industry. hours opportunity good pay.COUCH'S WANTED experienced- -r-AC;
Compose letters. take dictation
gourmarvdise. Asia by a New York Times Antiques coordinate supervisors sch ules. 408 N. Main St. ply In person. 2413 NE 19th Dr.
S AM. to 12 or I to 4. P.M.. un 37251)5.SUPERINTENDENT.
"Delights and Prejudices" Is correspond en t; "Cri" J" in Furniture Familiarity, contractural financial terminology, accounting MAINTENANCEVACANCIES home building'

a well-blended pottage of adventure Black and White" (Silberman) sub-division, block & brick experience l-lor

encounters with noted a probing of the complicated LivestockDiamonds' prefd.SECRETARY VA ft FHA necessary.specifications.Must Willingto know

Large phosphate chemical' operations relocate. Write Box 433. Pa
and fantastic people and a run- problems behind the Negro (TO CHIEF ENGINEER) In central Florida has immediate lalka or call 325-2074Jprjippt. ._

ning account of foods enjoyedin 1 crisis in America. FOR Requires administrative experience assistant as secretary to a ma-& personnel vacancies with for minimum maintenance of- ----WANT MORE MONEY ---:

near and far places. Some Fiction lor Engineering Meneger. Familiarity five years experience as lourney- New Product gives you automatic
I with mechanical engineering I man in the following classifications repeat sales because it
Fish Poles
he liked some he didn't and "Sometimes a Great Notion" terminology preferred. : eliminates plumbing drain sto p.
pages septic tank failures. and
he makes no apologies for his (Kesey) the latest brilliant, Used Cars REPLY TO: Maintenance thorough knowledge Mechanic:and Must experience have- cleaning grease traps by hand.

dislikes which is a comfort to novel by the author of "One NEW Director ElECTRO-of Industrial TEC CORP.Relations in general maintenance condition.Restores old Completely plumbing safe to like-new, harm.
who cannot stand Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" work. Including welding repair I less and 100 per cent sure.
those of us ; Auto TiresAquariums PO Box 647 Orfnond!; Beach Fla. industrial pumps. piping and materials Manufactured by an old I line I
cabbage or who have a quite I"The Wo 0 den Horseshoe"Sandersa (An equal opportunity employer) handling chemicals.Prefer I Chemical Corporation and sold on

unreasonable aversion to "in- ( noval about poli- LOCAL individual oil company with desires bookkeeping mature rock previous crushing experience, cement concentrator results Every home or money restaurant back guarantee., h o t el, .

nards." Not that Mr. Beard tics and intrigue in big city AND experience. NCR 31 machine Applicants or related must in good physical business when, industry, a unbelievable sure pros ,
knowledge helpful. Typing necessary pect they see
Row Boats the of
dislikes either, but you see government; "Many Slippery permanent position 5Vi day 25 and condition 45. High between school educationor ages demonstration. Top profits for
week. Pleas send complete resume right men and women. Reserved
what I mean. Errors" (Grossman) a satiric Golf Clubs to Box 4fj-A (.0 Gainesville equivalent offers excellent required.benefits The Company Including -- areas available. Ground floor OPportunity -

narrative of adventure is novel about security con- Sun. insurance retirement for advancement. You
The group owe It to yourself fo get the
interlarded with hundreds of vention and rebellion; "Fight TypewritersMotorcycles USED 12 MaU Help Wonted Reply .with holidays full qualification lc. facts.Gainesville Write Sun.V Box m-M *-.
recipes varying over such a Night on a Sweet Saturday"Settle T. v. TECHNICAL, experienced. Box 867, Barlow, Fla.

wide range as "brook trout ( ) by the author of "0 Modern. air conditioned shop 5V An Equal Opportunity EmployerAUDITOR"' : 13-Help Male or Female
day week hospitalization I In-
grillades with ginger sauce" Beulah Land", relating the suranee. Write giving experience ASSISTANT COOK Apply in pr.
Used TrucksRefrigerators & personal background. Reeds son Wonderhouse Restaurant 14
"mother's pumpkin I pie I events which take place in a CARS T.V., 2510 Crill Ave.. Palatka, SW 1st St., behind Sears.

"omelets savoyarde" "boiled small West Virginia town aftera Florida The Firestone Tire Cr Rubber WANTED TTS Operator good work

potatoes." senseless murder; "Instant Manager Trainee Company offers unusual ing conditions good pay. Coo-
for auditorsto tact Stafford Caldwell GainesVille

It is a pleasant book. One Gold" (O'Rourke) what happens Baby Buggies PERMANENT will national employ finance several organization opportunities advance in many differ. Sun. -
travels, in reading it, in a when a powder is put on ambitious and enterprising young ent phases of world-wide

world of superb restaurantsand the market which when mixed Electric Motors men ahead who and are who desirous are willing of getting to operations. I m m e diote AMBITIOUS

strange markets. And one with sea water, produces gold. Announcements work hard to realize a fine op openings for men with experience -
Store EquipmentFarm portunity. in public accounting YOUNG MAN
learns little dodges new
or internal auditing to
ways with old foods, old ways Fear Brownings Machinery 3 LOST FOUND CAREER company.position Work will with consist progressive of a be responsible for auditing Field Representative age

with new foods. These bits of LOST Laorador Retriever black vigorous training program designed a group of retail opera- 23 to 30. High School
III Boat Crash female, Mt. Dora tag 312. Vicln- to have trainee ready to manage tions. Position requires graduate to train for
be use- Infant's one of our conjumv"
kitchen gossip can Clothing
Ity Carol Estates. Phone 377-JM9.
offices in the shortest possible travel out of headquarterstown career in finance. Car
ful in lifting one's own meals DUESSELDORF GermanyAP LOST Lady's light blue sweater time. in Jacksonville. Excellent necessary. Good salary to

doldrums into which Two were miss- Sewing Machines initial "M" embroid ere d In benefit; start, bonus vacation insurance
out of the ( ) persons pearls. Lost vicinity Woolworth's SALARY and benefits unusually programs -
they are all too apt to be becalmed ing and feared drowned Satur- Park Lane Cafeteria Univ. Hosp, good and opportunity unsurpassed and attractive starting sal. and retirement
Office Catholic Church. Return Lameri for right person. Apply in per.
Equipment Call Mr.E. benefits.
and up to new heightsof day after a Dutch pleasure boat Press Shop or tall 374-3715 son Aetna Finance Co., IS N.Main cry plus expenses.
C. Willis collect in
savor and delectation.The and a German tanker barge Movie Equipment 4 Personalised Services man ace 25-50 for In- Jacksonville) ELgin 5-4411.1 Phone Southern Discount

following books will be 'collided here in the Rhine River dustrlal Insurance debit. guaranteed Monday. August 10. Company in Starke 964.
I' LEARN 10 DRIVEl Spetiai aftentton starting salary good oDII '- 0101 for appointment.
available at the Library to- police said. Outboard Motors to nervous or elderly. tunlty for right man. Call 372- ADVERTISE IN THE
had 64 Easy Way Driving School. FR interview. SERVICE DIRECTORY
Dutch vessel 7167 for
morrow: I The Ahoy 27002. Lie by State of Fla.

Food and Cooking ,passengers when it collided Friday Sports Equipment KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON .

"Joy of Cooking" (Rom- with the tanker, Rheintank Vacuum Cleaners All Beauty work on guaranteedPern. a Budget

bauer) 1962 revised editionof 11. Police said 16 persons from 14 E.. Univ.$5 up Ave.Sham-set SI;377-777.JO up SERVICESHome I

a classic, with over 4,300recipes the Ahoy were hurled into the Nursery Furniture Open nights fay gppt:

Crocker's New
; "Betty water. 6 SPECIAL! NOTICES

-Picture Cook Book" 1961 revised NOTICE Fishing Equipment
NOTICE TO ALL OWNERS OP Nurse will care for I or 2 elderly' And BusinessAppliance I
edition, with over HOG CLAIMS: or disabled people In my home.
recipes and 48 pages of color In accordance with a resolution of the Washing Machines Reasonable. Phone 3764531.
Commissioners of Ala- WORKING needs
Board of County girl transportation
photographs; "A World of Parties" chua County dated May 24. 144 notice Materials from Archer Road to Gainesville I
tour is hereby given to owners of free running Building hours from I to S. Phone 376-
(Jervey) culinary ; or feral hogs at large in Alachu 2B6f. BookkeepingGENERAL Plumbing -

of the world; "Foods in Health County. Florida that wet hogs must Heating Equipment 1fU PARADE OF HOMES
be removed or confined on or before October SEWER INSTALLEDNEW
the August -U. .Benefit
Field Bookkeeping operatingand
Disease" ( -
and 1. 164. &
Junior Woman's Club Charities.S. used fixtures complete
what and how of proper It I is the intention of the Game and Musical Instruments .e any member for tickets. financial statements, payroll plumb in, service "BIG" JIM
why Fresh Water Fish Commission to declare records. State and Federal taxFE'DERAL HUGULEY. Gainesville Plum

diet; "Cooking Without a 'I same all animals such and tree-ranging to permit hoos their to huntIng be. V 8 Baby Sifter,. Child Car. BOOKKEEPING & __Jng!! ,_FR1589_
Camping Equipment
during the hunting season beginning TAX SERVICE UpholsteryUPHOLSTER
I keep infants and children
November 14. 144 under appropriate 1251 NW 4th Ave. J72-1581
WitnessesTo 1 rules and j-egulelions of tHe Came Plumbing EquipmentChildren's in my home.
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Call FR 2-516. your furniture at
reasonable prket. Call Sally.
A.. D.O. Aldrich ALDRICHA. KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE BulldozingSMALL Experienced. FRW*. 4241N
Film Playthings wk.. .W 13th Ter.Remodeling.
Day Old
Show Director or mo. NewberryRd. bulldozer loader, dump
Florida Came and Fresh Water Planned programs. Pick upat trucks fill dirt lime rock. Topsoil
Fish Commission Electrical AppliancesDogs Littlewood and Terwilliger Phone 37)7144
June 30. 144 schools. Call FR 2-4447.
At Assembly (1520) 7:26: ':2. DO YOU NEED Florida room extra -
REGISTERED nurse will car tor LandscapingLANDSCAPE
Cats Parakeets
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING children in my home, Monday room more room roof work.
public or maybe a complete new home
NOTICE Is hereby given that a thru Friday large fenced In backyard.
Robert V. Bender, presiding hearing will be held by the Florida Phone 3760612.TINY SERVICEGrassSodGarden For a free estimate. & guaranteed
Milk Commission for each and .11 of MainNurserystock work phone Carl C.
minister of the Gainesville Con- the Milk Marketing Areas In Florid TOT Repair & of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Waters 3721049.EXPERIENCED.
now under Its supervision and regulation NURSERY
of Jehovah's Witness.
gregation Hot... Or Landscape Co. CARPENTERPaint
at the Cherry Plaza Air Conditioning
PLAY SCHOOLVisit FR 4-7S14 for free estimate. and repair jobs performed by
es, said a free two-hour color lando. Florida on August 14. 144
mat carpenter who !loves his trad*.
to the following matter or
M and see for yourself.
film will be presented Saturday ten: will sell it faster 24 SE tth St. FR 6-7106. A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Lawnmower Service CALL FR 6-4907
of I. Consideration of and the advisabilIty Nothing
Aug. 15, as a special WILL keep child 3 years or older First in air conditioning and Appliance -
of any change or changes in the F L. Lawnmower Shop lor Machine
fast and Sewing Repairs
in my home. Weekly rates nice repairs.. W* Mil guaranteed
of Je .
the three-day assembly following orders for any on* or all marketing air conditioned home meals served washers, refrigerators etc. dependable service. 105 S. W.
areas under the jurisdiction of 2nd Ave. W* sharpen knives sci,-
hovah's Witnesses scheduled for 377-4423. 223 N E 14th Drive. Fit 40267.Auto CALL-SEWING MACHINE itft-
the Florida Milk Commission: br and repair small electric
VICE CO. 115 W. University
the weekend at the Peabody Auditorium (1) In the matter of establishing and II FEMALE HELP WANTED motors.. Ave. 374-1075. We repair all
minimum to be paid Gloss
fixing prices pro- V. than theGAINESVILLE Make Work fully Qv.r n1ff4.
in Daytona Beach. The ducers for milk in the various milk I ,
marketing areas vli EusTness. Sun Want Ads
AUTO GLASS Is our only
film is entitled "Proclaiming Order 230-l.Ot-Pensacola Milk MarketIng Tuesday thru Saturday orFR V Immediate Installation, TELEVISION
Everlasting Good News Aroundthe i Area 4-7913 Sunday and Monday. free pickup t delivery. Add
Order 220-1.07-Tallahassee Milk Marketing WAITRESS. experienced must be beauty & value to V your tar Get Results PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL IIper -
: .. Inch plus lit) to Install most
World. Area over 21. Phone FR 2-44fO. M. MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO.
Order 220-1M Northeast Florida arcs' Restaurant 2124 H a w- lN.W.4th_ _St. FR 4-2551. tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special'
to Bender the : Reconditioned TVs from tt.fI.
According Milk Marketing Area Thorns Road.COCKTAIL .
by the Order 120-4_04 Central Florida Milk SUN Auto Equipment Mortgage Broker I. THE VARIETY STORE
film was produced WAITReSs. ever 21. SE. Hf Ave.
Marketing AreaOrd.r TecMJ '
Apply In person to Thirsty Gator 4 with 14 year ...
Watchtower Society as part of 220-5M Tampa Bay M It kMlrk.tlng
433 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 P.M. NVDAuuCs&cKsiebuiN& MORTGAGE MONEY penance en all makes.

the around-the world series of Determination AreaII. of the time when YOUR "ROAD exchanged Jacfca.Repair Factory kits authorlzad torWalker 25"e per. cent Interest. Term to j r QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES

assemblies held from June 30 any order change or changes in the Walker Hydraulic Jack BUY BUILD REFINANCE & SERVICE
orders entered by tilt Commission asa TO SUCCESS"Do BRAKE Call Alt Channel Antenna Kit $14. f
Servke HULL'S
to September 8, 1963. More than result of such hearing and Investigation WANT AIJSV SERVICE Agent.& SUPPLY 1114 S. Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE
from 161 lands by the Commission. are to become- you hove on AVON representative Main FR t-1.,7 I71VIN._ WViOtt' Ph.372-311_ -
580,000 persons effective. colling on you FHA and conventional' at lowest
attended the 24 conventions in III. Consideration and determination of ". regularly? If I you don't Appraisal Service current rates. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEANING
all matter relating to the foregoing that yean will gladly' discuss at no '
principal cities of the U.S.A., In the Commission's hjogrnent. should be ?- perhaps it is on open territory obligation. Call tomorrow.J. WINDOWS cleaned. Moor dcane*
considered and determined. ) --r which could offer -yi-tbi-xeNocD----- W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed nouses washed. Ityrs.
Europe, Asia Australia and the ALL parties Interested. and the public. REALTOR :31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-5-694 experience Free estimate
Islands of the Pacific. art Invited to attend and present such w you on excellent earning REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Phone FR 2-555.
relevant evidence and testimony. maybe opportunity. Stort now for SERVICE FRED B. ARNOLD
The showing in Daytona desired. PARTIES WHO DESIRE TO HV big Christmas profits. No W1. W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 172-3522 REALTOR
Beach is scheduled for Saturdayat FILE NOTICE OF INTENTION OF APPEARING ., experience necessary. Port Sun Want Ads
7 in the Peabody Audi- IN ADVANCE Of THE time. Write Avon. P. O. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 17M5M
p.m. HEARING WITH F. B. LEVERETTE Box 448. Gainesville FIG Sun WantAds GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA
torium. Bender said meetings ADMINISTRATOR. FLORIDA MILK '
-V FR 2-0421. and conventional loans. Low
COMMISSION. 725 SOUTH BRONOUCH rates. Terms to 25 vears. 122*
usually held at the local King- STREET. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. 376.4672V WANTED experienced waitress.Apply Results W. Univ. Ave. 372-53H. Get ResultsATTHE

dom Hall will be cancelled so FLORIDA PINKERTONJohn MILK COMMISSIONBY Humpty Dumpty Reitev- V Get F. H. A. t. C_. Lon
attend the C. PInkerton
all members-can asenibly. -
Chairman full or half time. 5 days REALTORS
((3523) 7:30; l.;'. o week. permanent, Cell J7J-4,72. f26 W. Univ. J74-1234

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4C Gainesville Sun Sunday August 9, 1964
1- .. 35 House for Sale 35 Houses for Sal

RATESPH.3728441 --l 32 Mobil Homes For SOle\! \ 4 BR modern home on I acre of 1962 HOME SHOW MODEL J 18500. --- ..- ,

, I WANT-AD W54 SCHULT I x 37. 2 BR. 1 land. 7300. Terms. Phone GR 4 big BR. 2 barn, Lvg. R.. fam. .. I
bunk $1500. Call Mr. 5-2277. R. Wooded lot c. heat. J1SOO dn. -

' I Im Mon.-Frl. 9:90-5:00. FR BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath. extra _:3/08 NW 22nd PI. 372-3029.. I I ACROSS 32. Rubber tree t! I R I ._ ":'_..: ;

I SALE. 1963 New Moon. 18x40, 3 Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gaL l.Hard resin 33. Matted hair 5 T A T D V
BR front kitchen living room N W. 13th Ave. FR 6-7W3 for fuel tank. 100 shrubs brick patio : 6. Delight :
35. Consecrates
'ori and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 6- appt. fenced yard near elementary I I N M I S R s _
0355 after i p.m. WESTPARK screened and porch Junior, 3 high BR, 1 schools bath, '- 12. Idolize 37. Annoy C C S a liiif :

I Classified Only j I Is. For Sale 1 OR air cond. turn. 2030 NW 55th St., by owner lowdown 1500 down If you qualify FHA. J3. Resentment 39.Tvilled .

i trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent payment 3 BR. Paymentsless See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. 14. Assessments cloth I'UTCS_
condition. FR 2-9886.. 4-S than rent. Phone 20258. 15. Mental :
Depended I A A L I
DEADLINES I! A.M. and 6-12 PJVLSPECIAL LOVELY NW 3 BR. 2 bath home .
In Westmorland Estates. Central JWK pictures upon ATILTI5NPE.R
heat & air conditioning. GE built- 16. Chill :
I Tues. thru Fr!. paper*-5 p.m. Day before publication ] 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home in range & oven. Beautiful land 43. Stately a c R MI
? For ads 10 go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Set. j $1500. 1 Mile S off Paynes scaped 100 x 150' lot with many 372-8404 18. Up: comb. 47.OfBceroC _

I For ads to oo In Men. paper-1 pjn. Sat.MhMn | FR Prairie.6-3052.For appointment call trees. VA loan, priced to sell Inv DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homein form the stables t R

mediately. FR 2-6366. the NE convenient to shoppingand 19. Golden 48. Obliterate
( ad 4 Ones) Solution To Puzzle
CONNOLLY BY OWNER Palm View Estates. 3br school. Well landscaped. halo 49. Barely

RATES ie 2 bath CB house less than corner lot with backyard fenced .
FAMILY Mobile Home Sales. Inc.: 2 & 3 23. Girl's name 50. Recorded
1 yr. old FHA & VA approved for the children. 1355 square 4. Peace .
= goddess 8.
bedroom mobile homes. Many Mythical
.......................... S4c line shaded lot no immediate naighbors. feet of living area with 26. Citizen of:
I Insertion ..................... floor plans. 7 year financing. Phone 3764734.) hero .
> Insertions .............................................. 22c line = Drive out today. 3 miles Southof family room. suffix DOWN ._ .
=B lie line Gainesville U. S. 441 Ph. LOW DOWN PAYMENT and< financing UNIVERSITY and shopping center 5. Inhabiting 9. 1849 gold- --
sInsertion t insertions: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- tIC line: 374-0571 on ,. already arranged. Three close walking distance from this I f 27. Narrate 1. Deserter an Island seeker .

Total charge computed by multiplying: total lines x rate earni Bedroom home built 1960. BuiltIn two bedroom house. Completely 29. Coal 2. Turkish
Lowest prices., easiest terms largest 6. ( letter
fg and Large cor z 10. Pcrcdre:
ed number of Insertion m display In central Florida.We range oven. furnished and two kitchens I 30. Do fancywork chamber
!; ner lot. Outside City limits. Owner -
mean Income when house Is I 11. Newspaper I
trade for anything. Free delivery
I Five letter words per line moved. Call ALACHUA REAL. rented as two one bedroom I 3. Red or- 7.Tlbetaapriest
up to too miles.TRAILER TY ASSOCIATES 376-2<<8. 31. Roof men: abbr.
MART apartments. Total price only I edge White -
NORTHEAST Section. close to 990000. I 17. Defend by
Same > lines Hwy. 17 Open 1 to <
as schools for sale by owner. 2 BR,
BEAUTIFUL large rooms In this .
== 8 Pt. ordinary typeS E East Palatka Phone 32810511IT'S built-ins Ig. landscaped lot. 1515 two bath house priced at only' I Z. 4 ---&rgumen4 ,
h1&tf N. E. 6th Ter. Call for appointment '
i 117200. Three bedrooms: 14x11.11x14 .
3 line FOOLISHto
Sam as .
12 Pt FR 2-8629 or FR 67S24I Islands
ordrnarytyp. 12.5x11. Beautiful large IZ
I pay more. RECKLESS to : Bedroom CCB. 1 bath, screened living room too. Quiet North- '7 13 20. Monnaa
ameaa4flnes pay less. GET THE REAL porch. air conditioned. 4 years west location. Available right

E 18 I rt.ordinary type FACTS. Payments as low as old. No down payment. Take over away. This is a clean nice ,+ IS State _. _.
: SS7J per month with $300 down. $100 month payments. Call 372- house. 7 Storekeeper -

I II Mobile LAKE Homes GENEVA Sales 6729. J.W.KIRKPA 17 Id 22. Young
BR house with a living f
fliIwt.ailke* Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. conger

24 r L. ordinary type room- kitchen combination. large Realtor I ZD tI 23 ..f 24. Cleopatra
II Fia. rm.. carport. utiL rm. on 1 FR 14404 Zl.'l. zs
31 N. Main Phone
WYATT-I acre of land. 1 mi. from Magnesia ASSOCIATES: l"h river -1. .

Springs. $8500. Phone 481-2471. Flove Mathlasen Irene Bunnell It. U zl 257ff25Jowaco1. I

36 Pt Sam a* 7 line I Trailer SalesHome 1005 NORTHEAST 6th STREET. by Levis Capt.Kirkland A. W. Reece USN.Ben Ret.Griffin '2 7 lege town .
I ordinary type == I room.owner. Irg.3 BR kit.2,baths screened SIt). dining porch NOTHING DOWN VA iT Z ir '/Z(;;. iT 28. Young hare ,

5!! Pacemaker Mobile of Homes 7 in closets.cedar chest.air conditioner.back ..? "d built-ter. J B R. 2 baths. 2000 sq. ft. iT H 7 ys- ,. _. 34.36. Drudgery Music' t

I i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible tor more than one I I Shasta Travel and Trailers Alrstream wLc4WttttQ Call race. FR Paved 2-9659 streets or FR sidewalks.6-4140. $300 DOWNNW. drama .

=! incorrecl insertion nor will It be llati for any error In adverI !- Ocala's First Mobile Home 3 BR 1 bath walking distance 7fi Jl J 'l'' '' // 'l/ 1
I tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space! occu Dealer Since 194 OWNER transferred attractive 3 to school / W t 38. Ruddle

5 pied by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will 5 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Most rewarding needle a r tl BR home. corner lot. Highland 40. College t
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of 5jfj Phone 629-133 Both a toy to embroider, |Joy to Court Manor. paid pool membership $500 DOWN j 4041 4zy.i' 44- 4544 d.

*>. dvertlsenI.The Ocala. Fia. give a* a treasured gift. low equity, VA .Loan. pay. (j ,) 'tth'In 'fD7thWP5 : ) ) 98X.
5. 1)1I'm _
Q I vn mo )7)1) T. r'R'ITIC 5.- p. - L3urLc& e,

iff= Gflnffvfltr Sun rese.-ve the privilege of reviling or It- s SPECIALSJU Embroider tM* \o'le'fc.fe /. 4T //42s lieane
)letting any advertisement which )t deems objections} ) and to PINNACLE 2 BR. Itt bam for of the Virgin Mary stitches are FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. 11 $900 DOWN -
5 i chance the classification of any advertisement from that orS 2995. S500 down 72 payments at simple, result is inspiring to all. b ttc n. ar cond. end heat. I IBK. I bath Southwest only (51 I 49 -\ .Wipe

i i tiered *\ conform to ttve policy ot the patter. : 157.50 per monWu Pattern 576: transfer 16 5Inches. 19V Palm View"" Estates less than 1 per mo. I I I I I / I I 44.Chasm
tf64 PONTIAC. No. 26tt for $3795. :3 BR 2 bath. NW close to school. I I I1.
FHA approved
JCjjI/.l1lItlW:./,_. _lIII_ .......nn..tl1I."III"'Ullm."n".e........ ._u..../ / ...., ..' _'__' $505.15 down. payments M2.S4 per shaded yr. old)ot, no Immediate neighbors For time 23rn1APN.wakoteves/ sr 45.Enzyme

mo. Thirty- five casts In coins for owner transferring. 4037 I 46. Conducted '
!3-Help Male or Female 18 Schools & Instructions Travel Trailer sleep e for 695. this pattern add 15 cents for each N.W. 18th Place. Phone 376-0734. DAN BYRD. .
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES pattern for 1st class mailing and ,
TEACHERS fuj1wqua"t for good SHORTHAND TYPING special handling. Send to Laura LITTLEWOOO WESTWOOD area. ASSOCIATES INC. I I
late vacancies. No tee unless CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING INC. Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needle- :3 BR 2 bath Jlv.- in..klt.. Fam. Jack DeYot Realtor 35 Houses for Sole SS Houses for Sale i 35 House for Sale
placed. Southern Teachers Agy., Secreterial Courses NW 13th St. at *th St. On street craft Dept. P. O. Box 161. Old Rm., central heat gas fireplace. Associates I I
Columbia. S. C. forming. Howell's Classes now parking all around our corner. Chelsea Station New York 11, well landscaped shady yard and E. E. Holloway FOR SALE or rent by owner 3 I HIGHLANDS. 3 8r, 2 bath quality 4SR. 2 bath 1800 *q. ft., 14 yr
Business Col. Open 9 A.M. to P.M. each N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN Attractive patio. $600 dn.. $105 Christine Stone BR. 2 bath house. central air built. 2 story masonry. Cent. old home. 4th Irg. BR separatedfrom 1
TEACHERS. .$4,800 to SI5,000. lege. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR. week day. Phone 376-8341. NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and mo. FHA. by owner. 538 NW 34th
others could be
& all H. S. subiects. 63507. ITS NW 13th Street cond. 4 heat. Shady landscaped heat reasonable down payment. used aa
Elementary ATLANTIC TEACH 2 BR house trailer reasonable ZONE. Dr. 372-1145 day 372-4537 night. 372-2511 lot. convenient location Immediate Price 23500. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. family room. Cent. heat and aIr

MIDDLE NEWARK. DEL Real rent located on Archer Rd. HEIGHTSFor Call night or day occupancy. Phone 3761923. Cor. Blvd. 372-4245. cond.. oak parque floors. Irg. earner
ERS AGENCY. Estate Exam Phone 3723829.ALUMINUM NEW FOR 1965 200 designs FLETCHER t "" lot. New FHA loan has been I
AWARE. COURSE more fashions to knit crochet than ale by owner, 3 BR's. hard- LOOK WHAT DRIVE BY arranged with total down paymentof

EXEC. SECRETARY ATTEND First lesson tree. house trailer. 24 x 8. ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery wood floors. 2 tile baths cen. $14.075 BUYS! f GLADYSSMITH $800 which Includes closing cot
extra nice modern electric Fla. rm. 14 x 20 dbl. PROFESSIONAL MAN has purchased -
; HOWELL'S dolls' clothes. Send 25 heating. 929 N. E. 10th Piece Call for
STENOGRAPHERS BUSINESS COLLEGE Snappy brick faced Ranch modelin
brake clear title 11200. Trailer 140 with nice larger home, offering his
; carport, lot 100 x
cents for Needlecraft Catalog. appt. days FR 2-1401 evenings and
PUNCH OPERATOR; COLLEGE 211 W. Univ. Ave Village Green. Combine t ion
KEY park 1 mile North on Hlway 441. shade trees. 25000. 3936 S. W. immaculate :3 BR I'.i bath home FR 6-2748 weekends.
SECRETARIES; _FR. 63507. 372-3727. High Springs. VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT 3rd Ave. FR 23774. hobby shop utility room. Big I with Florida room 8. 30x40 ft.
master bedroom with floor to
BOOKKEEPERS: HIGH SCHOOLat PATTERNS in deluxe Quilt patio back yard enclosed by MCKINNEYGREEN
SECR ET ARY-BooKKEEPE RI home, free booklet American 33 LOTS FOR SALE new Send FOR SALE THIS WEEK ceiling ventilated closets. paper. ligustrum hedge carpet like I I CHECK THESE
Book. For beginners. experts. 3 Br.. CCB 1 bath. oak floor fireplace ed half bath with colored fix '
CLERK.TYPIST School P. O. Box lawn & landscaping. thermostatic
16661 Jacksonville 50 cents nowl
stove ref. attic fan fence tures and dressing table. Central .
21-35 yrs.); Fla 32216. I controlled wall furnace built in I
female LOT with, trailer and 2 :
foregoing 3
( spaces
ed back yard, fine lawn-trees. 3 heat. Sidewalks for your wall airconditioner stove Incl. 1562 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms S baths
MALE TRAINEE MEN &. women 18 to SS to train for I trailers. Large awnings. 3 large blks. from Littlewood. $1,100 chlldrens safety. Community swim I S25.000. Good financing. DEATONREALTORS
Floored attic with disappear n g
background; patios. 3 septic tanks lots of
21-27. college CIVIL SERVICE 35 Houses for Sale down. $79 mo. 621 N.W. 36th club for your relaxation. Fully stairway. Everything In perfect I
CHEMISTS. I shade good rental income. Just 4040 Road 3 2 .
Newberry brms
Examinations. For Information St. 376-4220. sodded lawn for your leisure. Big condition to meet the demands of ,
S6.530-S13.000: ; send name. address & Phone No. outside city limits. For sale. FR YEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath I; home features such as walnut the most discriminating. A one baths low price of S22.5OO.I I

PROJECT fNGINEERS Key Training Service. 11J W. 68883.ACRE carport and utility room. $9,000. REDUCED PRICE paneled living room walls real owner home on which LOVING MUST SELL i

S7.".oxI: ; Adams St... Jacksonville.IBM lots for sale. S250 down. S65 month. Phone FR I appointment to see this plaster walls and ceilings. tiled CARE has been lavishly bestow. 2125 N.W. 3rd Place. 2 story 4 If you believe In being lucky' ''
Call for
PROCESS 2-3355 days.LOOK sills. Formica custom cabinets. brms excellent location, 134,500. .
ed. Must be seen to be appreciated. might be chance This
Phone 376-1236 bath, your -
machines. spacious home, S BR. 3 extra
024-026. limited enrollment Luan doors silent switches.
14.000; BARGAIN PRICED at only
AIR CONDITIONEDI |lust a I fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central I
I MAINTENANCE classes now forming. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. large family room are Cap it off with an authentic gas $14,500 for quick sale. Drive by 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue Idyl wild I
heated 2 old home must
3 2 central out this outstandingbuy. yr.
BR. baths. heat. of I
Howell's Business College 218 W. REALTORS few features I lamppost and easy VA or FHA 1325 N.E. 13th St. then call WE."Bill" 3 brms, 2 baths, new FHA. $26-
saooo; Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. of city limits, deep well. REA Located at :3806 SW 2nd be sold. Owner will consider a .
926 W. Univ. terms and have yourself a 000.
you HARRIS 3764)817 376-
NSTRUMENTATION power. located at 3616 NW 34th Ave. Reduced to $26.000 with deal. Call 376-7971. Hugh Ed- or reasonable offer under Its present I

$14,000; 28 Livestock & Supplies LOTS FOR SALE St.Call. $2,000 down.TOM wards. Inc. 2909 N. E. 15th 2927.REDFRANKS 7 S.W. 26th Street. Corner lot S F.H.A Madison value of Park S17.250- Good- locatedin condition
ACCOUNTANTS on Milhopper Road. FR 29976. DOBSON St. brms. 2 baths. 17900.
650013.500; 372-2372 or 376-8190. Act now Drive by

PERSONNEL ASS'T5.S7. I SHETLAND sale. Owned blue by ribbon Clark pony Butlers for I 4 & 5 acre tracts of land for sale.' NEW 2 bedroom frame house. lust REALTORMLS THE GRASS NEEDS 124 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms 2 baths 3202 N. W. 22nd Pace and callus
Terms can be arranged. J. T. REALESTATE for appointment before
".000. children. Has won many ribbonsIn I Howze Rt. 4. Box 301. Gaines completed. rfice wooded lot 5 Ph. 372-1471 MOWING P K. Yonge area $21,000. buy. 372-3617. yow
PERSONNELCENTER horse shows very gentle. Total ville. Ph. 372-1090. miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. member Sure the grass needs mowing. So 7 N.E_ 1st St. Phone 376-0617
price including saddle and Margaret G. Coram. Assoc. what If the previous owner's kids West Hills 2 story 7 brms baths

bridle. $150. Ph. FR 2-4425. I 100 x 141' lot. Reasonable. Phone IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew left their footprints In the cement REDFRANKSREALESTATE large lot, V65.000. KING SIZE
immaculate 3 BR.. 2
by owner
FR 2-2868 or 719 NW 40th Ave. walk leading to that big
WANTED DEAD bath. CCB. walk to new SChool. Palm Springs model. One Of house 3.000 ft. has 4
10 S.W. Drive.
102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-6377 fenced rear yard? This house Is 23rd Corner lot. :3
dairyman to show us a better PUBLIC LAND NOTICE: deadend. Terms to responsible the best looking homes we've ever still a darn good deal. Take the brms. 2 baths air conditioning. bedrooms. 2 full baths separate I
The United States Government has Price $14,000 376-6741 Four bedrooms 2 full central
dairy feed than CPA Cooperative party. or built. nextto $35.000. dining room I heat
location? in topsl. .right
14 Sales Help Wanted land available in small tracts for brick facade. air I loads of
Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral-I 3724874. baths beautiful the Howard Bishop J u nior MODERN CUSTOMBUILT home of conditioning I
Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN homesltes campsites and business 3 excellent kitchen arrangement. find Ill N.W. 34th Avenue. An estate of storage space his acres. Housebuilt
Real Estate salesman. sites. All citizens over 21 LEAVING TOWN. will sell my High. Bet you could a use the Frank Lloyd Wright school in
LICENSED last Call 3723617.
account. per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- apply. Information brochureswith BR. 2 bath. cent. heat built In $14,900. No money down, VA for the paneled Florida room. picturesque natural setting. :3 a home and guest house. 32000. year -
$100 a week drawing chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461. may kitchen home. You can save FHA only $800 down. Price Includes Mom should like the custom BR 2 Bath sunken LR with '
Large volume builder developing 2105. land listings are available sodded front lawn. 534 N.E. 8th Avenue. 3 brms 2 DUPLEXLet
I $1500. Call FR 2.3826 or GR fully pine kitchen cabinets. To make fireplace. DISTINCTIVE. Only
3 areas. Position In Gainesville. FOR SALE Mexican from Public Lands Informat Ion 5-5922. Melrose. gas lamp. swim club member. this fine home easier for you to $1,000 Down plus c.c. & appx. baths. lovely interior, good fi
Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville large cow pony : Office 1300 Massachusetts Ave us show you this attractiveand
own. we have a new FHA com t35 Call BILL HARRIS nancing 15000.
& saddle for older children. $150. D. C. Service $ per mo. well located two duplex
Sun. nue. Washington. 2103 NE 12th Ter. by owner. 3 ship.VILLAGE mittment that requires only $SSO story
M ''rose. Phone GR 5-5043 and mailing fee Is one dollar. bedroom 2 bath CCB-house. Den GREENBy 376-0817 or 376-2927. that we have lust listed and
SALESMAN Full and the house is 1120 N.W. 24th Avenue. 2 brms 1
Land has been opened In twenty HUGH it Is In good condition Fully
time. salary and commission. and family room. carpeting and St. lock stock and footprints. Call MAKE AN OFFER on this nearly bath. FHA S9750. Lot 75 X_ 120 .
30 PETS & SUPPLIES states. Approximately 230,000 air conditioner. extra Irg. fenced 2909 N. E. 15th furnished Income of 175.00 .rmontl'l
Contact Circulation Manager 376-7971. Don't be surprised If new 3 B R. 2 bath home with Ceo.tral
1964.N. 376-7971 Could be used as a
since -
Gainesville Sun. acres Jan. 1. yard. 3Vj blks. from schools. someone from Hugh Edwards. heat & Airconditionlng built- 14 S.W. 32nd Street :3 brms. 2
ARISTOCRAT OF DOG DOM. Wei- $15,000 terms. Call FR 6-7962 for Sale. trade. New 4 BR. home with an Income. Attractively
W. 1 acreS. FOR or Inc. answers. in stove. oven & dishwasher. Entrance baths excellent location $31400. Don't wait Call
priced -
PART TIME maraner puppies. Make good W. 2 acre lots appointmentNOT home located in Westmoreland --- --- foyer. Large LR. separate -'
to 10 p.m. Should earn $\00 per watchdogs hunters or compan- Near new Elm. school choice home IN SUBDIVISION. :3 Br colonial Estates. On city sewers pavedSt DS Florida room with fire- : Lake Wlnot. 3 brm. 2 bath home en 372-3617.
week. Must be neat. Ages 21 to ions for children. 372-4459. 2 bath Rms., Ig. family in neigh-
sites N. W.MARY hardwood floors. fireplace. Ig. JWK place. Nice lot prestige lake front. $23,500. I ASSOCIATES
40If you're having difficulties MINIATURE black male Poodle. MOELLER REALTOR Fenced back yard. Near St. pa- Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. borhood. Can be bought below replacement J. Fred Gu'Jayne ButterworthCol.
making ends meet. Call FR 2. .$!), Central heat built-in kitchen Including cost with reasonable Lake Lak-a-wana. 2 brYn. 1 bath. I
has been wormed and has had 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR e-4471 tricks I'I Schools. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
2310. shots 5 mo. old. affectionate. Call 500. FHA. per mo. including GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards 372-8404 down payment 8. assume exist Sand bottom lake $14,000. I MultipieLisfingFREE
SELL KNAPP SHOES full or part FR 2-1378. NICE lot on good fishing lake $990. taxes and Ins. FR 2-2736. walk to schools. close to ing financing. Call MYRTLE LAS- -- -- -- --- -- -.
Terms $20 cash $20 monthly. Ph. U ot F & medical center FHA NORTHWEST 22nd STREET address SITER 376-0817 or 372-7943. _
time. Earn S2J to $150 a week onPigh SMALL bred puppies. S10 each. 325-7715 Palatka. 4 BR. 2 bath. CCB. A-C. Ig. utll. 22700. Down payment 1700. on this utterly charming GLADYS SMITH, ESTIMATES
commissions and bonus.Steady See all day Saturday and Sunday. & fam. rm., near elem. school \
Drive house.
Immediate occupancy. by two bedroom rooms Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor
year round business. & Boys' Club. $13.500. $450 dn.. Realtor FURNACES and Quality
1127 N.E. 23rd Blvd.
Equipment furnished free. Writeto 34 Waterfront Property 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler are spacious. fireplace. panel- Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. I
: Win. E. Pierce 730 N. Flyer, EXCELLENT black Cocker Span- plus closing. 372-9714. Brothers 372-9545 dally 376-9048 ling. pleasant porch. Avail. E. "Bill" Harris Associate 122S W. University Phone :372-5373 Central AirConditioners

Orlando Fla.WANTED. iel female puppy. 7 months. AKC WINFRED H. CRAWFOKD FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA night. able soon. FHA commit Associates: Anna Hinson

papers. Shots, bargain at SSQ. Pet Reg. Broker, specallzing In approval you can have Immediate CONVENIENT NORTHWEST LOCATION ment. Shown by appoint REDFRANKSREALESTATE Carolyn Noys
3 MENto or showdog. 372-3077. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. possession and ownership of on attractive lOV lot; 3 ment only. Exclusive Virginia Powers
assist ma In my business. Salary 6 weeks old female German Shepherd AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. the best value house for sale In BR brick house with oak floors. listing.
commissions if qualified. NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air
Plus GR 5-2981.
& trim. asbestos -
puppies. AKC registered $75 cypress mahogany
Also company bonuses. Neat conditioning. Paneled family room 7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 376-0817 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
each. Phone FR 6-6276 or see LAKE ANNE. SO ft. x 225 ft. with shingle roof Fla. rm., store- J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency by jSnn(
In appearance. 2140. Car neces )lolnlng living-dining erea for extra .
room-shop. dbl. carport; price under -
sary. Call Mr. Stevens 372- 501l. at 1206 N.E. 17th Ave. 20 x 30 frame house. Priced for spaciousness. Electric range 31 N. Main FR 2-8404
Scott & Fetzer Corp. between f AMERICAN Shepherd and English quick sale. RA 4-1034 Jackson and dishwasher. Back yard completely $16,000 includes refrig.. new ELECTROLUX OWNERS Best In equipment uslnf' Internally
ville. 750 MIckler Rd. enclosed by 7 ft hedge. kitchen range, air conditioner TV For top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts, designed -: -
& 10 A.M. Monday Wednesday Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or Price SlashedThe .
& Friday.CHRISTMAS. wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at owner at 372-2763. Prompt. friendly service on engineered and .Installed j
Cedar Shoresfine Electrolux cleaner. Free
2213 NE 7th Ter. your
of this lovely 3 bedroom
: CARDS Businessand 6 WEEKS old< AKC reg. Chihuahuapuppies. owner Call byALL
pick delivery. or
Personal. Customer's name Males & females. Reasonably homesites from $2250 WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT A GOOD BUY 2 bath masonry home Is READYTO write up authorized Electrolux GAINESVILLE AMERICAN KEATING

Imprinted. Earn unusally high priced. W. B. Phifer, non-waterfront from $1510 3 bedroom home for $9500 complete SELL If you want a homewltl'l Sales & Service.Ph. UPHOLSTERY aAIR CONDITIONING CO. F

commissions from this medium- High Springs. 454-1976 454-1731. payments $5X44 per mo. YOU'RE MISSING THE BOAT If a central heating system 1501 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8268
built-in and family
oven range .
and high-priced line. Free Sample :372-7811 2224 NW 6th St.GAfNESVILLE
Album. Process Corp. (our PEDIGREED miniature poodle Marina LocationsINVEST Includes Insurance and taxes. Ph. you don.t call for an appointmentto room laundry room carport. Free Estimates-PICK up and m NE 23rd Sr! 'I
43rd ). 3450 S. Slits Ave., black. female 4 mos. old Phone 376-6757 or write 241* N. E. see this nearly new large 3 large corner lot located In the FLA. delivery. 24 Hour Service
Dcpt. year HU-3. Chicago III.. 60650.O 376-2784. : facilities needed here 10th Ter.. Bob Shaffin. BR 2 Bath home with entrance NW SECTION CALL US
foyer. large LR, separate DR. -
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DACHSHUNDS miniatures. AKC FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer l
with wall &
registered. Good with children. Motel LocationsI equity In 3 BR. 2 bth, builtInkit. old Fla. brick room fireplace.panelled Big family MUST PRICE BE SOLD CUT BY FROM AUGUST$18,000 15
O fine oedloree. FR 6-8963. terrazzo floors. cen. heat. kitchen with built-in oven range. to $16,500 ONLY $1.000 DOWN-
Oppodunity I : accommodationsneeded Phone 3764777.ATTRACTIVE .
dishwasher. CENTRAL HEAT &
Ity bred beauties AKC reg.. 2 BR, Fla. Rm.. tile AIR CONDITIONING. PRICED BE REFUSEDI I
ready for serious training or patio C8 home N.W. $58.90 per FOR QUICK SALE, can be bought
Due to the promotion of one of home Call 872-5743 DAVID ANDREWS- mo. Furn. unfurnished.. :376-4329 I wIth reasonable down payment
our ten salesmen to management or FR 2-6667. and assume existing financing.Call John Merrill
we have one sales position avail- 32 Mobil. Homes For Sole MYRTLE LASSITER. 376-
able. Our pay plan includes commission REAL ESTATE FOUR BR 2 bath all brick home. 0817 or 372-7943. Realtor .- -
and other Incentives. Oak floors. completely built-ln-
I CEDAR KEY 3 841 or 3831
Last year our salesmen's average NORTHWEST kitchen contains many other built- REDFRANKS MULTIPLE LISTING 01/AVE I IFor
Income was In the five figure TRAILER SALES OVER 30 acres of lake front many in features cen. heating and air PHONE 372-1494

bracket. Our 1964 Sales are 2702 Waldo Road N. E. bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. cond.. 1680 sq. ft.. Ig. finished REALESTATE Associates
running close to ten percent At Palm Lane 3764201 nished houses with dock and deep garage easily converted Into famIly Marcella Pardi
ahead of 1963 with corresponding well pump. Many extras. On room. $2X900 South Idyl- 7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 376-0817 W. H. Buckhannan
Increases In salesmen's incomes. TRAVEL TRAILER Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis wild. Phone FR 6-4549.
Manufacturer Jewelry Co.
No previous automotive experienceis LPI Beavers and Big Beavers built BY OWNER NEAR WEST-
WE WILL TRAIN LAKE Alto lake front S rooms and WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR 2 bath.
necessary. by the loo's. Free brochure: PO
bath turn. Incl. elec.: range. GE NORTHWESTTRAILER THIS WEEK'S IS ON
man with the proper qualificationswho Box 248. Fitzgerald Ga. Ig. LR. family room built In
Is willing to sell in a manner refrigerator oil heater good water kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI. SPOiLIGHT
commensurate with the high! TWO mobile homes on large shady dock and boat shed. Large TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and
lot. complete with deep well cleared lot. J10.0CO. Ph. 448-1758.
standards of our company. All assume mtg. Call 376-2927. #l
candidates under consideration Each mobile home has screenedIn GENERAL GAINES STEAK ROOM
will be required to take a $0 patio. Must be seen to be 35 Houses for Sal. 3 Br., 2 bath CCB, cent. heat and
minute written examination. This appreciated. Live In one rent air condo 100 x 160 Lot. 1900 SALES"HAS ON SW 13th STREET

known the other. Phone 3764470. sq. ft. paneled family room fireplace ) Into decor of the General
examination is nationally OWNER LEAVING. 3RR.CCB. cathedral ceiling. Shadow Step the Early American
and has proven to be accurate 2 baths pump for lawn. $500 dn. Lawn Estates. Owner leaving COME TO GAINESVillE"I Gaines Steak Room and prepare yourself for the
In testing sales and management FEDERAL QUALITY Assume FHA mortgage. 376-229! State. 3729896.
finest U. S. Prime Choice Steak that Gainesville
potential. or 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. I ?1 or
HOMES INC. :3 Bedroom. 1 bath. CCB carport & I I 10 & 12 WIDES 1-2-3 BEDROOMS can offer.
For further Information telephone 4320 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville THREE bedroom CB home. 1300 utility room. fenced back yard. .
Mr. Allen Bowen for appointment FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. down take ever FHA. 3012 N. E. Patio. Handy to Schools and Uni Open For Your Inspection Low Finance Rote Prompt courteous service is Just the beginning, After

FR 6-7581. University Chevrolet 10th Drive. versity. $750 down, payments you place your order you racy watch your steaks

Co. 1962 10 x 50 Skyline house trailer $60 Month. New. CB home I lowdown $49.75 or 9.000 cash. 930 N.W.SSth NORTHWEST TRAILER SALES L' -- being cooked to your order over en open charcoal

air conditioned. 2 bedr a 0 m .. payment. See at 210 S. E. St. FR 6-9615. 2702 WALDO ROAD N.E. hearth.
16-Work Wanted Female Phone FR6-1704. 1624 SW Archer 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- By Owner 7 rooms. m bath $600
4692. for AT PALM LANE PHONE 3760205MOBILE The Steak Room is also known for Its delicious seafood
Rd. Village. equity. payments $90 per ___ .p PV'
FulUdo ironing in my home for dinners.z' .
month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr.Phone .
small family. Also will do maid FOR RENT or sale 1962 New 3 LARGE BR. Ig. living room-din I I _
376-6819. the Steak loam
Serving from 6 P.M. to 12 midnight
and Thurs- ing room. Ig. kitchen with din- -
work on Wednesday Moon trailer 10 x 55 will/ take
dav. 906 N. Main St. mailer trailer for equity and ete. Paneled throuoh ut. Call 454131 is open 7 days week.

\ do Ironing In my home. 1515 SI13th take up payments. Phone FR v 454-1632 after '. Watch for the opening of their new Cocktail L.wn ,

Place. Call FR 6-291S. Lin- FOR A BETTER HOME Sept. 1st.

coin Estates. Wall build on your lot a nice 3
"TYPING In my home can furnish 2.1311BUrrS BR home with built-in stove HOMESNEW Watch Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

references. Will work one or two cen. heat IVb bath complete: tile. I
days In your office. Phone 4541585. vanity In both baths willmeet

High Springs. all VA or FHA standards. I I
| Phone 376-6957 or write 2419 N. CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING "

MOBILEHOMES 4235 NW 10th St.
Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home. STEAK ROOM Closed for vacation fc repainting: I I

17 Work Wanted Male large Fia room & patio. Lot WHY PAY RENTWe Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Open 7 days a week. I' STEER ROOM
The finest In dining enleyment,
Friday Aug. 28th
100x176', lots of trees. steaks prepared to your tasteon
want. to Remember We'll see then. Cocktails dancing In our lounge.
SEVENTH grade boy our hearth. you I'
open Holiday Inn. J
mow Phone lawns. 372-5162 Beautiful lots NW section Will Take Almost Anything In Trade EVEN MONEY 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 6126'BILLIARD'S Palmer t Sue Long t No FRED'S cover LOCKER- No minimum ROOM

INC. Commercial property fc Krte .. 4542 NW IJth St.
CPA auditor bookkeeper. 20 yrs. NEW E. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr. 2 LARGE LOCATIONS WIDE SELECTION BOWLING I
experience qualified 8. 10 & 12' WIDES
machines. US reference also 43* N. Main St. UNIVERSITY INN
well known firms In Havana also FR 4-2C32; Broker FR 4-4544 BUY NOW CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun PALM LANES Charcoal Steak Room, Smorssa-

dependable. Resident. Ph. 376- CAMPERSWe PRICE SLASHEDI Lovely S BR for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thru board Cocktail Hour S to 7; t
2307. need 25 trade-Ins this month 1 bath home In select neighborhood BUT young women too. the 17th for reserving and reconditioning drinks for the price of 1. Dancing

Is now selling for $15.530. FEDERAL HOMES INC. Bring your dales of our alleys. Well til 2 A.M. to Bobby GrtffWa
BOOKKEEPER. CPA. auditor. U Call us for the best deals. Fia. ITTV liv. rtru dining area QUALITY Open 19 A.M. ta 11 P.M. see you the 18th. 2606 Waldo Combo & Richard Parker .,.dIft-

yrs. experience. New York. Puer.. kit. utIU rm. carport and fenced 905 N. Main Street Road 3764654. tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. _FR 4-2442. i'I '<
to Rico firms. references furnish back yard. You must see this GAINESVILLE I STARKE I
ed. English & Spanish spoken. 3768361NW one before you buy. Call FR d
Phone collect Miami 444845. Alexander .- 2-Ooet for eppt. 4820 N.W. 13th ST. I 2117 TEMPLE AVE. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
Oleda. 1455 SW 27th Ass.Miami
Fia. 13th St. at 6th St. On street 2 BR home on corner lot, low down WALT JOHNSON Mgr. | ROY DEVILLING Mgr. I OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT! GUIDE I

parking all around our corner. payment $60 per mo. Located atm CALL 372-8441.
ADVERTISE IN THE Open f AJM. ta f P.M. each NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy

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t 15 House. for Sal 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sore I 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol 41 Residential Income 42 Farms & Acreage I

WILL Mil or trade for trailer Ig. By Owner. 3 BR.' \\Vi bath. CCB BLACK ACRESPRICED CLEAN AS A WHISTLE MUST SACRIFICEMy 4 oearoom i bath home. Also ad- 80 acres at S3SS per acre north of PALM VIEW ESTATESAN
ultrc-modern 4 BR home (12 home. Assume :mortgage. Low four month old 4 BR. 3 bath laming rental property. 200 ft. NW 39th Ave. Call W. H. Buck. I
room) Including sep. laundry I equity. $&4 Mo Dead end St. TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 home on a beautiful \Vi acre corn frontage. 300 block: N.E. 3rd hannan c-o John Merrill Realtor,
, utI!. Garden entrance Rm. with 140 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 3855.. bedrooms 2 baths, hardwood Beautifully kept must be seen. H modern with Ave. Will sell together or sepa- FR 2-1474.
r lot very EXCELLENT
are looking for 2 every-
skylights Island kit., equipped floors central heat air thing to make living a comfort.
1 bath home with screened porchon
with natural rock -
family Rm. units electric rano and drapes. a large corner lot. Immediate Located at NW 60th St. & NW NORTHWEST LOCATION
fircpUe and paneling Shadow JWK Lot HO1 x 120' with shade trees. 13h PL Westftins. Ph. 3723413.
occupancy. See at
Lawn Estates. JUO NW 34th I 3123 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-6X27. 1305 NE th Terrace then phone Will be open all day Sunday or 42 Forms & Acreage New Brick Homes'by
Plica. PR 372-8404 RARE OPPORTUNITY Dick Robinson, Associate Ralph shown by a ppt. 3 & 4 BEDROOMSALL
Fossey, Realtor, 376-135 day 7 '/2 acres, 10 miles out.
43011.M TRANQUIL setting under massive Beautiful earner lot 210 feet or night, II wlst University 40 Business Properties $2000 cash Builder CITY SERVICES
shade trees on over an acre In frontage on US ..,. Good 2-bed- Avenue. S_ E. SAPP REALTOR
Klrkwood. Gracious masonry room home. Priced under mar FOR SALE fully eqUIPped restau-I' Ph. 472-2000 Newberry. Fla. 314 bedrooms built-in kitchen WALK TO SCHOOLS
LI ITLEWOOD residence, central heat two ket quick action essential. rant small Investment building equipment cen. heat VA &
Charm and simplicity In this home baths three bedrooms PLUS CALL YOU CAN BE SURE for rent reasonable. Ph. 528-o2tl FHA Homes-no closing costs. From $16,000 up
other bedroom H. I. Stell. Wllllston.
and bath
1 r. 2 bath, designed for
living. Beautiful setting gracious in for guests, a relative or I Angle Real EstateC. 1.NO WAITING. $750 down and SHOWROOM It warehouse. 4200 sq. HOME Capitol Builders. Inc. $600.00 down
landscaped UCrd.Na price has for a study. By appointment L. Angle Broker move right into this neat 3 BR, ft. E. Univ. Write P. O. Box N.W. 37th Place 4tn street Furnished Models by Home Beautiful
been Llttlewood only. Exclusive O. J. Angle Associate 1 Bath CB home at 527 N. W. 2383, Tampa Fla. Confidential.
36th Drive. Only $17,000. Stove. OPEN HOUSE DAILY
and Westwood school listing. 4404 N. W. 13th St. 374-6927 BUYERS FHA Conventional
Coll Mary MoeUcr 6-4471 Ref. & Dishwasher included. 41 Residential Income Call 373-aUl er J74-77M
J. W. I-$330 down FHA. Convenient NW
Kirkpatrick Agency location. 3 B R. 1 bath. Nice lot.
STEPHEN FOSTER II N. Main FR JKM FRED paved St. Close In. FOR SALE Completely furnish GUIDEby
tee this charming home with a 3-BRAND NEW 3 BR. 2 bath CB ed 3 unit apt. house located 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In From $12,250
beautifully landscaped lot. Yours home at 3669 NW 16th Ave. Cent. front of lot ti' x 200' at 115 N. E.
for Immediate occupancy. 1701 FORDYCEREALTOR ARNOLD A-C 4 heat. Large family Room. 9 St. Price $15,500 net. Can be The James Co. SHADOWLAWN $400 down $100-VA
N. W. 39th Ave. Elee. kitchen. Half acre lot. Low financed. FR 6-6454. ESTATESF.

Coll May Moeller 6-4471 I down NOW. payment will buy. SEE ONE house 3 units. completely furnished The James Co. of Gainesville D. OLIVER Day 2-9545 Night 6-9048

income $2700 year. NW Inc., Builders of Kings- OFFERING
IOYLWILD REALTORFINLEY per month will buy this lovely Section asking $15,000. Phone berry Homes for this area will Individual Styles For You Drive West on 16th Avenut
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY BEAUTIFUL 3 BR 2 bath home in NW. Cent. FR 6-3825. be happy to answer any questions 0 Well planned living areas
Idylwlld. 3 Br, 2 bath modern landscaped corner lot In WOOd- heat. Built-in Kit. you might have concern- 6 Quality material 1> workmanship Turn left on 39th Terrace
kitchen near new Elem. school. land Terrace. 3 bedrooms 2 AREA Ing home ownership. You mightbe
2.000 so. ft. The price Is reduced baths. Refrigerator one of those people that A would be
range and Gracious three bedroom, two bath PRICE REDUCEDModern O) community you BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERSSun
set 4012 S. W. Itth St. washer. Only S17.SOO. Call For. residence on a large beautifully UNIVERSITYREALTY now owns a home but found proud to live In
Coll Mary Moeller 6-4471 dyce. 374-1234. shaded lot in exclusive Florida home on 1 acre. 4 that It is now inadequate If Drive West en N.W. 39th
Park. Large kitchen living room Bedrooms. bath, tub and this Is the case I call to The Ave. past the Glen Spring In
SIDNER LANIERBrick air TILE FURNACE and Florida room with fireplaceand shower. Carport and utility James Co. could very well tersection. See sign on left.
conditioning. Paneled living landscaped patio. $27,000 with solve your problems. By this FR Want Ads Get Results
3 Br Fla. room, parquet room, 4 bedrooms. 2 baths screen- 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 room. MiOO. $500 down. Monthly 2-0866.
floors DM. car port.INVESTMENTS. I good terms. we mean trading In your pre
ed porch large closets. Wooded W. M. Munroe, Realtor payments SAS month. Phone sent home. -
I lot In NW. $25300. Call For- ASSOC; S. E. McLaughlin Frank GR SJ277.YOU'LL .
I" dyce. 374-1234. LOW DOWNPAYMENTTwo Roby. Roy McCann, T. C Douglas.Jr. .
S acres adl.| new V. A. Hospital bedrooms with a fireplaceand There are a number of ques
4 acres on Archer Rd. WALNUT large family room. You'll en- tions that we can answer concerning BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
the cool shade this wooded We feel that
4* on Rocky Pt. Rd. paneling fireplace walk-in clos k>y on trading
CC acres Mother 6.4471 ets. 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. 1.900 I lot. Restful living on a quiet BE HAPPY AFTER YOU by talking with us you can
sq. ft. Large lot. $27,000. Lowdown street. Ideal for retired couple. pick a suitable floor plan and
Call 372-3522 for appointmentNOW.
payment. Call Fordyce 376- exterior design that will suit
Seller will pay loan costs. COMPAREOUR
1236. your needs from our many
the family together and see plans that we keep on hand.A jfetVillagers
call to the James Co. will
bath trade.landscaped yard.Fla. For sale! 3 bedroom home with many fea Charming 2 bedroom home on pawed MODERN QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONBy get all the facts about any
or Melrose. tures. Located In a friendly neigh street In pleasant residential type financing any questionsyou
Call Moeller 6-4471 Your V A Green
Mary borhood. 1.200 sq. ft. Living area. section near U of F Campus. Inspection- might have without any
Call Fordyce. 376-1236. Fireplace In living room. Large Treated furred and plastered walls obligations on your part.
screened porch. Many nice shade
MARY MOELLER trees. Separate garage. $13,500. Complete ceramic tile baths LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.
We have lots available In ,
Twenty :specification
LIGHT AND COOLSoft most any section of town for 37679'71Priced
White Terrazzo Floors
to choose from.
101' W. University FR4471 INC. pastel colors and efficient central you
and closets
ASSOCIATESE. Multiple Listing Realtor air conditioning make this Spacious bedrooms
W. Moeller Foster Kessler Grace Fordyce Broker home a |oy in hot weather. 3 Contemporary Design Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Dick Durbln Associates: bedrooms. 2 baths built-in kitchen. All construction, no upkeep Paramore have over 30 years from $13,900-$11,250 pad
masonry combined experience In the
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden family room with fireplace.All
O. C Gay Dick Banks sliding glass doors are Large shady lots construction of homes. By careful ".
PARRISHPRESENTS Frances Hough Sarah GouldenMERRILL Thermopane Huge scree ned Wide paved streets with curb and gutter supervision by Jim and Sodded Lawns 6 d
porch. No city taxes or sewer Gene. It will enable you as the 0 t.!
assessment. $32,000. homeowner to get more home Swim Club z
: .
3 and 4 Bedrooms .. .. 2 Baths for your money and certainly

MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN. makes The James construe Air Cond. Optional ;
NEW LISTING ) or 4 bedroom ARNOLDREALTY tion to be beyond compare.By .....STOUt
3 bath masonry home |lust re- W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD 11 Colonials

IMMEDIATE occupancy can be painted inside and out. 2 air building primarily the
had on this pleasant 3-bedroom conditioning units double carport Member WALTER STUBBS I INC.DIAL KIngsberry home we feel we Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
masonry home on nice large lot laundry facilities and large lilt West Multiple Univ.Listing Ave. 372.3522 have a great advantage and
In Florida Park. Walking distanceto eorner lot. ONLY $1,500. DOWNI Jane Caldwell Pete Slog great opportunity for you as
Gainesville High and J. J. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge 376-5394 the purchaser to pick design
Flniey Schools. SUBURBAN Immaculate 3 bed Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST"COMPARE and floor plans that are createed
room r/i bath split level
Jimmy Greene Walter E. Stoddard by some of the country's
MASON MANOR. Neat 4-bedroom. can be bought under FHA for
3-bath home with central heatingand $700. down payment. IIIIIIIIII IIIIIUllmllllllmlUUmlllllUllllllllllIUIIIIIIIIIIIIlJHllUBl llllllllfuUlI leading architects.
air-conditioning. Lovely fenced
rear yard makes Ideal play IDYLWILD Call us t. see this STEVEN FOSTER If you desire complete Information
beautiful three bedroom two call The James Co. and .
Convenient to
area for children. -
schools. bath house with central heating HEIGHTSLocated I i we will be happy to come to WHY SETTLE
and air conditioning plus many your home and spend any
BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 extras. at N.W. 37th Place & amount of time necessary to
bedroom. 2-bath home with living 6th St. New brick homes under explain The James Co. system
room. separate dining room ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom masonry construction. Pick your own THESE HOME VALUES I of home ownership.
home with central neat built-in II
family room with fireplace. lovely
VA &
modern built-in kitchen. Central oven and range dishwasher disposal colors etc. BEFORE YOU BUY I We can secure FHA. VA and
kitchen cabinets.
and extra
several different types of con
Just listed for sate at less the e
PALM VIEW Estates. Attractive 4- reolacement cost, ONLY $11.- Capital Builders. Inc. 2 ventional financing. FOR LESS?

.J bedroom masonry home. Built- tOO.SJOO N.W. 37th Place t 4th Street IIII11f111t1111111UIJIIJIIIIIIIIIJII a If you own a lot within SO
in kitchen units. Central heatingand I SAVE! Gainesville. call
I 60 miles of
air-conditioning. Reasonab I e DOWN-ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom Call 3734341 or 3747781PRESENTING or
for Information about buildIng -
with built- us
financing. masonry tome The following are ready for 1
in oven and range, carport and for you3Bedroom
UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- utility room. Just one year old. occupancy. E
side restricted subdivision of acre NW Section., REASONABLE = 1IIIIIUIIIII1lllllllllltmll1 !IIIIIIftIII1IIIIIII! IV*' bath with New Kirkpatrick & Pierson
I hardwood floor located on
lots. Paved streets. Inside lots MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 3330 N.W. 28th Are. _
The Is underconstruction well shaded lot. Small down-
Outside following now
$4,250. city
$3950. corners 4 BR, 2V* baths. S2990 dn. /
and will be payment. FHA.Construction
limits thus NO CITY TAXES. BLACK ACRES Priced at the ready
FHA valuation of $17.500 This In young executive area another I for occupancy soon! S16 per mo.
RANCHETTE homesltes too. Ap- spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath ma- FINE custom designed & iI to start soon en Homes in Highland Court Manor
I Lo son,, home Is a real buy built home.Featuring. s 3310 N.W. 30th PI. 5 V.A. 1 4 Bedroom homes
rated on Newberry'Road with ONLY $700 DOWN : fireplace air = 3320 NW 30th AYe S In N.E. Gainesville. Call now
;3 BR. 2 bath SoOO dn. SS7
320 feet en paved highway. Just conditioned paneled family 3 BR 1 bath S500 dn, S77. a and make all color selections. I
SSOO,00 down S yrs. on balance. : $1200 DOWN will buy this lovely room, kitchen, a dream per month.Norwood per mo. All these will be brick veneer.
old 4 bedroom 3 bath two story with luminous ceilings I DllJlllllDllUllllllUlIJIIIlmnnlllnmUllllltllttll1lll gIi Start at only 79.34!
home In tie NE Section. ONLY pantry. 3 BR 2 bath fences Iii ; We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.
M.M.PARRISH 116,000-CALL US NOW. patios & many other ex- e 303 SC 38th St. N 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house
traordinary Ideas. 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $64per plan to suit you.
John Merrill I mo. That's right- you can buy a new three-bedroom

Lloyd D. Myrick. Bid,. 3I Now under construction S- I home in Highland Court Manor for as little as
Bedroom 2 baths with 1435
: Realtor WIMBERLY ESTATESNW I Hope Sq. Ft. floor area double car $79.34 per month, including insurance and taxes

& ASSOCIATES. INC NUlTIPlE LISTING 34th Tar. off NW 3 th Ave. s port on shaded 100x27e lot. Will and built-in Tappan oven and range, with hood
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham ,PHONE FR 2-1494 Open Sundays at 2:" er by ALL OUR HOMES ARE trade on this one. fan and filter.
Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish ASSOCIATESMARCELLA appt. 371-S4S9. : "H" Inc. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY _
1725375. J =iI YOU WILL JUST CALL. __ S ; / ? And, you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality
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TheJames MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Main, turn

FOUk._BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd., and continue to NE 12th St. Turn

bri k-front Riviera is the star of qur new models. Of Gainesville, Inc. LEFT and follow signs to model located on NE 31st Ave.

Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central:- Builders Homes.f Kingsberry

natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all OFFICE PHONE KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales

city services. 372.2527

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,."...,""....._.."" ........._ 45 Furnished ApH. 54 Buslitm Rtittab "6 Mfic. For SaU' 73 Musical MtrehanrfU 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 85 Automobile for Sal 85 Automobiles' for' Sia?

I SMALL warehouse with platform tor MILLIONS of rugs have been cleaned ANTIQUE upright piano good con- 1952 Studebaker P. U. truck. Runs CHEV. 1954 2 ,
gray door goodpaint
I' CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1 ONE bedroom furnished upstairs trucks loading unloading, In with Blue Lustre.. irs Amer- dition. Call 4722417. good $100 cash. Call 376-3357. lob and. body good trans- 1961 TEMPEST, good tires 4, excellent dr.. S ra.0Hfstick rim- I
apartment, hot and cold water city limits. 1132 S. Main St. Ica's finest. Rent electric sham-
furnished $75 per mo. See at 412 Phone 372-8433 or 3764173. pooer $1. McDaniell FurnitureCo. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS FOR SALE OR TRADE. late 1961 portation. $250. Phone 372-4602 eve- I ning condo Private owner J30
Buy now for this fall. Many to nings and weekends. NW 57th St. Ph. 376-022.
NE Sth St. ., Gainesville Shopping Center. Vi ton Ford I pickup; $950. Phone
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE II 56 Business Opportunities choose from. Instant credit. 481-7384 Island Grove COMET 1962. 2 dr.. auto trans., 1951
NICE clean 1 bedroom, living rm. NEW Polaroid Color Pack Camera Gainesville Music Center radio heater, white walls excep Sprint coupe

I 1 !* MemorisesS ThmkaS .1 Wanted to BIT = kitchen bath. Water furnished. CORNER GROCERY.: Due to ill Automatic 100 with flash. Regular 3725421, 1023W.. UniV. Ave. 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR tionally clean, 1 owner, $1193. Will red with red interior Leaving
01 town,
Cirl $3 Prefer men students. Phone FR S14950. August special $119. take must sacrifice. FR 6-400*.
Last k Feun4 Machinery A Teela 24545. health, long established profitable WILL transfer to responsible party trade. 376-4009.
15 4 Persen.iUxed< Services Si BalldiDff Materials E grocery for sale at less than Ph. 376-1258, 1021 W. Univ. Ave. choice of four spinet or console SALE model 50 Honda motorbike 57 Buick. 4 dr. hardtop, auto. 1962 Ford 500 XL convertible.' Air j
N Beaseheld Coeds COMFORTABLY furn. 2 BR CCB assessed for taxes. Our loss can 150-200 miles conditioned, bucket
e I Travel Information 9 pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- per gal. trans., power steering & brakes seats 21.000
I EpccUr Notices :S AntIques | cottage, on clear sand bottom be your gain. See at 1203 NW UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY.INC. litzer Spinet Piano, trade back 1963. Excellent condition. $145. radio heater. $250 Call 376-3825. actual miles. Ph. FR 20129.
< MUe. Fer Bale I lake. Call 37&-S82I or GR 5-5217 SIlt Ave. HOUSE Ph. Rackley 372-8325.
t Florists' = full of furniture, everythingmust save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with '
8 Ball1 Sitters. thud Cart 11 Trading P.sta 5 EAST SIDE go, dishes, tools, toys, records sound & motion pick up payments ONE new Bridgestone scooter at 61 CORVAIR Club Coupe, new I, 62 FALCON. I dr. auto trans. low I
0 S Articles Wanted i 61 Wanted to WSW tires perfect condition, W5. mileage. like new $1095. Liberal
I Plates Th Ga Ant Buy books, etc. Drive out N.W. we have a piano to fit dealer cost. Sec at 1619 Hawthorne -
Things T* lasAUTOMOTIVE C9 Fi.l Oil Weeds 20 16th Ave. to Millho per Rd., now any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. "| Road. Call 3725273 or 374-53S1. ext. 452. I terms to good credit risk. Call
". Beats Marino*. t: i GARDENAPARTMENTS 40" Electric stove. Must be in good 43rd. Turn right, V* mile to sign. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. owner at 376-1795 or lee at Uuserys !
1953 Chevrolet
2 dr. business
71 Camp Hnnt Flak 3M condition. Reasonably priced. Ph. FR 47047.YASHICAMAT. 1959 DuCCATI 200 cc. excellent coupe I Service Stat. 404 NW 10th
Office Eemlpmcnt FR 6-6946. MUSIC professor will sell excellent condition, immediate sale. 5200. stand. thift good condition $195. Ave. I
practice piano, an Estey Phone 374-9707 372-5806.
';1 Airplane Siles-RenUta 71 MusIcal 30.rcbasdlssREALESTATEFORSALE i automatic camera, upright Phone 37J 8238. or
Tracks fer Sal* S57 per month upGainesville's CASH for your used appliances field case & 3.5 mm. lens. New for $185. Phone 376-4823. 1962 THUNDERBIRD. air conditioned SOME bank and Finance Company -
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7) Traeki W "te. I In Finest furniture, clothing, etc. Call Williams $50. Also ether equipment. Phone UPRIGHT practice piano, good 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR rtdio full power, good repossessions. Financing .

>, Tractors Track BenUls I Furnished or unfurnished Rd. 3723917.WANTED Service. Center Hawthorne 372-8238.S9 condition, owner leaving town, tires. $450'equity and take up low available. Some already' financed.All .

.2 Trailer Rentals Mobil. Homes for Sale IW Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart Ford polar air conditioner. $75. only $80. 376-9687. CONDITIONING, Tune up payments. FR 2-2105 or FR 2- 6th Cars stored must at N 4431 sold N. W. I
U Motorcycles KeoatersIt L.ta far Sale iSI ment. 309 NE tth St. Phone 376- to buy for cash small Good condition. Phone 454-1528. PIANO IN STORAGE Special, $2.50 for performancetest. 0963. August 10th. by
business. Phone 462-1255 Sunday All makes '
AeUmeblle Kepalrs WaUrfrat Property s 9606 and Monday. Dryer, edger barbecue, picnic BEAUTIFUL spinet-console stored and models.of 1963 Comet 2- oor, blue, I cylinder '56 Pontiac, $75 i'
U AmUmefcUel tar Sal* w Besses Far dais s table, large piece of plyboard' locally. Reported like new. Responsible Chrysler built cars. Hawes- standard sKift.! Radio heater. : 'S? Ford $291 I
SI Swap CarsEDUCATIINAL S. Collates 5'., Sale party can take at Powers Motor Co. Air Conditioning 55 Chevrolet
| 46 Unfurnished" Apts. 64 Household Goods and other miscellaneous items. big Assume payments. PR 2m3. $150
J7 Keal Estate Exchanged s 1319 N. E. Ith St. saving on low payment balance. Servicing Center. 204 N. '58 Ford. $150 I
: IS Real Estate Wanted | GARAGE apartment air conditioned Write MIAC credit 135 SimpsonDr. Main St.. Phone FR 2-2561. BY owner, clean '57 Cadillac. : '58 Buick, $495 t
it Ont of ANTIQUE wardrobe, double mirrors MOVING must sell upholstered ., Rome Ga.Automotive. air conditioned heat 56 Dodge $150
: InstracttM Tew. Property i Fleetwood :
It Schools stove and refrigerator furnished dinette set oil heater SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive t
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40 Bnslneia chair. $14; Royal Haeger lamp, er, all power.'Call. after 600PJIA. 55 Chevrolet wagon, $175
Prepertlee .
1 Mule ; $50 per month. 113 NE 20th and a gas stove. Phone FR 4-3537 $8; coffee table I repairs and tune-up. -
$9 irons tone
41 376-3971.
50 W..tedlD.traou.aEMPLOYMENT Ineeme Miller & Sons 732 NW 1st St.
: 4$ Farms tt Acreage St. anytime. lamp, $4; cement bike racks 75 Phone 372-7915. I 1953 Ford pickup. $175 I

= t 4>l Colored Property Sales j 2 BR unfurn. apt. 216 SE fth St.. KENMORE AUTOMATIC. Washes cents each. FR 2-0729. FOR SALE 1957 ftelalr Chevrolet. 1957 Ford Pickup $495
kitchen equipped. Married couples well$30.. |If interested. call WARDROBE trunk, excellent con- $895; also 1950 Chevrolet pickup. 1958 Chevrolet dump, 6 yard ,
17 Work Wanted Male :. RENTALS iU children & pets welcome. $45 FR 25035. 621 N. W. 34th Ter dition, $25.Phone 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale $175. Call FR 29T38. 1935 N.W capacity. $695 (
1C W.rk Wanted Female = per mo. plus util. Contact M. 1.. race. Allen Hayes. 35th Ave. 1960 Willys Jeep pickup wheel
3725850.SEW CADILLAC l,Si red convertible, drive $1095
It Sales Help Waited Female Colored Property Rentals i I Shea 372-4353 or 376-2763 evenings. FOR SALE, 5 hot water tanks 30 1962 INTERNATIONAL Scout; excellent fully powered with new top. $300. 1960 SUNBEAM Alpine white wal 'I Finance man in the building. Se 1
u Belp-Ial. Wanted or 44 Celtarea Ear Bell = SPACIOUS 1 BR apt. choice resi- gal. with gas heater attached also NOW PAY LATERIon condition 10,000 miles.j See at Tenneco Stat. corner of tires, wire wheels, excellent: condI- or call Mr. Thomas, Dealer 3710005 -
II Hale Help 4i Fnrnialied Apts. f= dential neighborhood, $65. Call FR ISO gal. butane gas tank. Complete like new. repossessed 64 $1195. Phone FR 23737. S. Main & 4th Ave.TODAY. tion. Phone 376-7124. I
Dramatic 4< Unfurnished Apts. 1 20992. with gauges, 2 crane shallow model Select-O- Matic Zig Zag
U Female Bol, Wanted 47 HoBses far Rent Fnra. S well pumps. Inquire Lewis sewing machine. Does beautiful
TWO bedroom duplex, partly furnished fancy stitches, blind hemming
48 Hensea far Bent Cn/nrm. = Jewelry Co.TAG.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4> a..... for Beat = $55 per mo. Call Mrs. buttonholes, embroiders, monograms -
:. Farm Equipment 50 Betel Reems = Dunn, FR 2-8047. APPLIANCESTested overcasts raw edges, sews
17 Feed Fertilizer 51 Misc. Rentals SIA and Guaranteed on buttons, appliques etc. Need "
I 18 LUestock SsppUcs ( Wanted Te Bent = 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 43 Refrigerators from $39 up reliable party to assume 6 payments I
Soil 9 Ranges from $39 up of $6.50. Phone Credit
:* Landscaping Tap SI Boarders Wanted IfS3 !
17 Washers from $19 Manager 3727680, United Sew ,
241 Pets Supplies Office Desk Space i F E M ALE University employee Dryers from $49 ing Center.OCCASIONAL.
II LlTestack WantedFINANCIAL 51 Business BenUla g would like to share 2 bedroom 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up
g home with woman in 37s or 40's. up chair $8; girl's new
SERVICE 1t Phone 372-5760. 2 Dishwashers from H? up 26" bicycle $25; youth bed $17: .
10 TV Sets \
$35 up
small settee $15 mirror
; $10.
I i< Business Opportmnltl't : Special Services s 2 BR, CB home, turn., on Swan JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Ph. 376-4169. g. i
E 51 Mane* t. Les ti Beme Improvement = Lake. AvaiL Sept., $65 per Mo. 419 NW Sth Ave.Ph. 3725303 See and Picrson's -

M Mertfacesi 21 Radio 4k TV Service g Call for appt. FR 28352 or GR SOFA & chair, coil springs, dark ONE Frigidaire. electric range $20. Kirkpatrick
Wanted 25 One 30 gal. Rheem gas water
Money Appliance Fnraltmre ginigniiniiniiiiiiBiiiinitiiiiiiniiiiiiHmiiimninnitiiiiiml 5-5220, Melrose. ,
gray nylon tweed. Boucle, recent-
$25. Can be seen at 543
ONE bedroom house, suitable for 1 ly reupholstered. Like new. $7$. NE 8th Ave. Sunday and after 5 I
person or couple only. $50 per Ph. 372-5847. during weekdays. fabulous j'

42 Firms (, AcreageWANT 44 Cottages for Rent Hawthorne Road. Phone FR USED Maytag automatic washer, 9xir RUG Atlas sewing machine .
$65. Phone
376-2905 after 5
new GE Iron, antiques, steamer :
TO RAISE DOGS or what Small furnished cottage and trailer TWO houses, both completely furn trunk, cooking utensils, dishes, 2 "MONTICELLO"at
have you. S acres 4 mi. out, livable for rent. Suitable for working ished. 2 BR for $45 ] BR for 2 studio couches with bolsters, card tables, folding chairs server .
house. Dead end road. Reasonable couple. Moore Haven Park. 2330 $52. This Includes water and gar brown, newly covered, $20 ea. trays sm. table, etc. Ph. 473-
for cash. 46-3130._ E. Univ. Ave. 376-8164. bage collection. Ph. 376-6031. 3721 3024 NE 10th St. 4150 Keystone Hts, for Informa I I
SE Hawthorne Rd.
160 ACRES cleared, modern 3 bed- RENT modern furnished cottageson STUDENT leaving town, household tion. the .
room home tobacco allotm e nt, Lake Santa Fe by week or 2 Bedroom house, also rooms for goods for sale; refrigerator auto. FORMICA top 21 x 24" boards for
tractor and equipment, utilIty rent. Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone .
barn season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. washing machine air conditioner end or kiddie table fish cleaningor
sheds, some pasture, $34,000. FR 6-7577 15.500 BTU T.V. and antenna,
I BEDROOM cutting board, etc. SI. G'ville
cottage on Swan
$7.200 down balance ever 20 STUDENTS 10 turn. house misc. furniture. 412 N.W. 17th 'St.
Lake, furnished. Rent $25 week room after 5.LEAVING. Auto Top Shop. PARADE of HOMES
years. 'til Sept., then $45 Mo. FR 2- for rent, newly decorated f BE SAFE from hurricane or fall ,
INC. _1352 or GR 5-5220, Melrose. single beds standing now. Lease town, must sell. livingrm. .
FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES, out with an underground watertight
PRIVATE, clean cool required. 1406 N. W. 5th Ave. furn. lamp tables rug beds, ,
REALTOR 1 bedroom shelter. List $1600,
chests Kenmore
trailer. Select Call 4952375, Archer. washer good $500 FR 6-2377
376-1236 setting. Water now
976 W. Univ. cond. kitchenette set etc. Phone ,
Ave. yard and trailer maintenance FOR RENT 2 BR house In High 376-1942. See at 4158 NW 6th St.
14 acres N. W. 39th
furnished. On bus line. Use of tel- 70 Boats
Springs, partly furn. $50, completely Equip. THEN .
12 acres N.W. ephone. Adults only, no pets turn. $55. Mrs. Horace Linch CHEAP. Electric refrigerator $25 -
7 20 acres N. W. 5800 N. W. 4th St. $30. See at 1405 NW 13th St.
230 acres within 5 mL of city ef ONE bedroom house for rent. trailer. $450 Phone FR 2-0235, See theSame Quality Construction and
3911 N. W. 7th St.
Gainesville $300.00 per acre. Phone 472-2048, Newberry. COUCH, $65 2 chairs $30 2
Call Mary Moeller Realtor 45 Furnished Apts. snack tables $10 7 PC. dinette \
W UNIVERSITY FR 6- 471 ENJOY furn. waterfront Home year $25; roll away bed S10 bedroom 12' Plywood fishing boats. Features in 14 different models at
1019 LARGE I BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. around. Excel. fishing and swim- suite, $75. 3725591. $4950

after 5 P.M. weekdays. No sing ming, reasonable for qualified 40" ADMIRAL etec. like ne*.
43 Colored Property range
le students please. family. GR 52262. $80 Call 372-6081. after 5-30 P.M. THE TACKLE BOX Gainesville's Most Preferred New Address .

HOMES J-OR SALfc ONE & TWO bedroom trailers, REAL nice two bedroom furnished
2 ( 3 Bedrooms SE 14th 5?. & water furnished. No pets. Phone house 2 adults or family of 3. 66 Misc. For Sale The. Heart Of East Gainesville"
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- FR 25433. Close to shopping center, schools Check with CharlieFR
ment. Some small down pay. NICELY furnished convenient & church. 505 NW 14th Ave. $100 Beautiful walnut circular bar. f 2-1791.
ment. Monthly payment $S7 to downtown area. $75. Adults only. per mo. No single students e r long, with Rattan stools. Suitablefor
$45. Also homes built on your no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music pets. 376-2823. I home or business. FR 24496.
liVj Industro boat with lots
extras -
for down payment.Call
lot no TOMMY RIDGELU Store. THREE bedroom, living room, din- RIDING MOWER 24", 4 H,P. elec. start 30 h.p. Johnson
Builder Phone FR 2-4125 FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE Ing room, kitchen, 3 porches $75 EXCELLENT CONDITION. $100. Champ tilt trailer & elec. trolling
BEST per mo. In Mcintosh. 1 Blk. Westof PHONE 372-1704. EVENINGS. motor Included. $550. Phone

FOR SALE 4 room house, V acre Large, well furnished, air conditioned. 441. 18 mL S. of Gainesville. 1807.. \ Court Manor*
land, water available cash or 1 bedroom apt. Ph. 5912921. Prices SlashedMaking Highland
i FOR SALE 14'
terms. Terms $50 down payment cation, couple only, no pets:t.2s Renegade sailboat
required monthly payments are IVi yrs. old, fiberglass, excellent
2250. Refer acct. No. 3187. call I per mo. Ph. 372-4957. 48 Houses for Rent Unforn. way for one of Florida's sails beautiful condition. $650. FR NCU the swim club community
Call for the rental most complete office machl n .
Phil Black collect Jacksonville us you need. 2-1052. -
359.?804. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC. 720 NW 22nd Ave.. 3 BR, white companies.
REALTORS frame, kitchen furn. $80 mo. Call FEATHERCRAFT 14' runabout
RENTALS 924 W. Univ. 376-1236 376-2737. NEW AND USED elec. starting 25 h.p. motor &
43-1 COLORED machines, calculators, trailer. $350. 3171 NW 12th Ter. .
Adding typewriters
1 bedroom $75 per month. 3505N. TWO Bedroom 1 bath. 303 SE 8th portable and standard Ph. 376-6507. / 14 New Models
NOW RENTING W. 17th St. Call McKinney _St. $90 per month.' Call 376-4617.
cash registers, and check pro-
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex Green Realtors. FR 23617. ONE year or longer, 3 BR, 1 bath; tectors. 71 C mp-H unt-Fish Highland Court Manor homes feature

apartments large living and Want to share apt. with man In I $(i0 per mo. 507 NW 34th Ter. / $13,400 to $18,200
dining area modern kitchen with 20's. Will be Jr. In Eng. Do not Phone FR 22346. FR 2-0963 2727 NW 6th St. 9x I 12 TENT, good condition the same quality construction and

fan large storage closets terrazzo want to pay more than $35 plus ; \/VO BR 1 bath kitchen equipped. WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator. Nice. sleeps six. FR 2-2954. and
floors tile baths space heat. utilities 374-0948. distinction design ors Kirkpatrick
TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. $45. Century 3-speed oscillatingfan
and hot water heater, faclll
er Drive by 431 N.E. 10th St. Ph. 1250. 222 S. E. 20th Street. / Nothing Down VA
ties for washing machines. and 2 BR furn. apartments & two 1 BR 72 Office Equipment Pierson's fabulous entry in the current '
trailers for rent, lights & water 376-5987. FR 61414REFINISHED

Ter.paved or for See appointment at N.E. 3ith 372- Included. By week or month. See 3 BR, 1 bath home, SW section No solid mahoganyround Parade of Homes visit H.C.M. ($100 Closing Costs )

5321 or 372-5322. Bill Johnson, Micanopy Fla. students. For appt. call 3725633. table. Blond drop leaf table Prices SlashedMaking this afternoon finished
I FOR RENT 2 BR mobile & 4 chairs. Reupholstered to inspect
home, url FOR RENT 3 BR unfurn. houseIn trailer sofa bed. Single hollywood way for one of Florida's
44 Cottages for Rent private lot. 2019 NW 32nd
PI. FR 6-1180. $55 per mo. Alachua. $12.50 per week. CallE. beds chests, wash stands, slant most complete office mach I n e models, and more under construction I From $79.34 Per Mo.
D. Floyd at 462-1871 or 442- front desk, other household Items. companies.
HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. I I Bedroom, furnished apartment. 1579 anytime.UNFURNISHED. Nearly Nu Furniture Shop. 314 a courteous salesman will be ( Indudes Insurance Taxes )
boat. $40
Private beach dock
Nice, clean. $85 month. Lights N W. Sth Ave. 376-4892. NEW AND USED ,
weekly. Call FR 4-4943. and water turn. 617 N. E 6th 2 bedroom tome. happy to guide you.
Adding machines, calculators,
silo per mo. Call 376-7466. SEWING MACHINE typewriters
THREE bedroom, 2 bath house on St. cash registers, and check
Silver Lake near Keystone. $50 EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. ISO CAN'T FIND A RENTAL? 1964 Automatic twin needle Zig zag protectors.FR f Colonial Modern
week or by month. 376-2615. I month. Phone 464-3448. Buy my low equity. 2 BR all appliances In new cabinet. Makes button Contemporary

t BR house Lake Santa Fe. private included $65 monthly holes, overcast, applique, I.t in 2.0963 2727 NW 6th St.
TWO bedroom trailer, ideal for drive by 3130 NW 10th St. Phone stitch, fancy designs. mends etc.
Call 374-3360, at.
dock boat
couple or 2 students, very quiet. 376-1963 S6 per month Balance S72. Mi-
2323. Phone 3721521, SE: 72nd 3t. 3 BR, 1 bath. complete kitchen kell's Sewing Machine Service Co 73 Musical Merchandise

ADVERTISE IN THE N. W. 2 Br., Kit. Eq. $90.00 near schools and shopping center. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075. REPOSSESSED ORGAN
SERVICE DIRECTORY For information call ManarO'1Restaurant. KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON.
MARY MOELLER. REALTOR WE have several good name brand Baldwin Spinet with tone s
FR 2-4690. organ
used TVs. $12 to $30 each. Will
I 101* W. UNIVERSITY FR 4-4471 cabinet. Also used B-3 Hammond -
NOW RENTING ZBR unfurn. house 4431 NW 13th sell all or singly. 80S NE 11th 2-61 note manuals, 25 note 'X
LARGE fond. trailer
modern air St. stove, refrlg. & heater furn. Ave. f R 2.5047.NEW pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A .
NEW Immaculate condition. 1 BR, full Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. and 11th Terrace Phone 372-3471
bath Kit.. LR. couple only, $70 per month. Call FR 6-2641. and used chain saws lawnmowers real bargain. Gridley Music
Furnished one bedroom air con $70. FR Irg.22914. FR 6-2930 ask for Mr. Haynes. edgers, tampers, light Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.FR .
ditioned apartments. Ready for plants, cable. Wisconsin, Briggs 25353.
occupancy August 15th and NEW duplex turn apart., air cond., TWO BR. 1 bath, stone and concrete & Stratton, new and used mo
September 1st. 1 BR, tile bath, electric kitchen, house. Freshly painted tors. Rental, sales and service.
couples only. No children. 372-1666. walls. Inlaid oak floors, Ig. shady Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372 9569

Coy Thomas I' FURN. efficiency apt., water turn. 321 S.yard.E. 1st No St.children Call FR or 43035.pets. 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.

$52 per month. 620 SE 4th Ave. TRADE your costly to operate I II
3 I BR, 2 bath house, cen. heat; ELECTRIC water heater, and SEE OUR TROPICANA MODEL AT
$150 per mo. 3 BR, 2 bath house I $48 for a new glasslined GAS
cen. heat & air cond., $175 per water heater. Much more hot
mo. 3 BR. 1 bath house, $75 per I water at about half the cost with

2 Bedroom house, Waldo Road. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110.


FIVE room house for rent, kitchen : low as S8. No money 1 2
furn. shady yard, $55 per mo. I down, low as $5 per month.
RENTALS 819 SE 5th Ave. Inquire at 1025 Free estimates, pickup and delivery
NE 3rd Ave. 6-6703. I service. All work guaran HOMESSix

U40 NW 14th Ave. 3 BR, 1 bath teed. Phone 374-7784. VA
AC In LR. $115. Vacant 115. TAPPAN Clock controlled 20-Inch
oven rotisserie burner with a
UNDER CONSTRUCTION 4518 SE 1st PI. 3 BR, 1 bath, well brain. Regular $399. This week
furn. Clean. Near elem. school. only Free 30-gallon glass lined Reasons
Kit. stove, avail. now. $100. water heater included. See Full- Why
gas. 37'-5392, 12 S.W. 1st Ave.
\; t: 2 BR, on I acres I ml. past AAed
Center. Partially furn. $60. Avail. T.V antennas. S3 single stack, $7 FHAC'onventlonal
double stack, 513.00 complete kit.
now WESEMAN REALTYFR Jim Voyles, 419 NW 8th Ave. You Should

6-2472 Now Specializing In Ladies' Better
Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 '

49 Rooms For Rent through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional
Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER Consider A New
DISCOUNTS. If S.W. 1st Ave :
UNFURN. 3 BR, IVa bath new nue.
home. $130 mo.. new appliances
optional. Will share furn. with TWO horse tandem horse trailer,

settled woman. 372-9501 ext. 210. electric brakes, saddle compartment Home In
rubber mats on floors.
ROOM with bath & kitchen .
Price $500. 372 2547.
privileges working lady or grad- -
'u uate lady student preferred. Car WALNUT bedroom suite Including
necessary. 376-6652 after 6 P.M. twin beds, mattresses & box
springs bachelor chest, dbl.
ROOM for 2 boys. $AS, for single dresser with framed mirror 4 '
$35. Good location. 105 NW 7th night table, dining table with

2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan Ter. Phone 372.0809. leaf & 4 chairs. Air conditioner, Village W Qteeu
Large living dining area Double compartment sinkS ATTENTION MALE STUDENTS snack tables, 1 arm chair. Call iLi
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds double rooms at reasonable rates 372-1830.

Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills kitchen Hv. room maid serv- WE WANT TO buy late model used
Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and ice Included. FR 22726. refrigerators. Exceptionally High ,

Large double sliding door shrubbery trade-ins now given.
PRIVATE room, private entrance
closets Insulated Attic full tile bath twin beds with WILSON'S EXCHANGE I -U: 1. EASY FINANCINGNo

Linen Closets S Close to school and bus stop foam mattresses. Quiet place, 1 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. down VA FHA from $450
SPECIALi THIS WEEK ONLY. CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS or 2 business men or 1 or 2 I money ,
TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. quiet students. Parking space. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew down conventional also.
This room has to be seen to be and Used $40
For appointment call 372-5321 er 327-5322 appreciated. Phone 3722127 after Complete line of photo supplies
6 P.M.. anytime Friday or Sun FULLER'S FOTO INC.
Take northeast Ith eve. to northeast 26th terrace turn left I block.Goinesville's 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
day. Your
children can walkto elementary,
LARGE room for men for rent GOLF bag. 2 woods. I irons, glove
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Parochial. to
single or double, access to showers and balls; 525. Phone FR 4-5685 high. soon
? ;
:.'-- newest and most and refrigerator. Phone FR after 4:CO P.M. : senior high; school.

1 .9muM7U luxurious; apartment building .. 2-1981 er 372-1185. 414* N.E. 2nd NEWI Sofa bed and chair SS99S. t7 I1i4 I It'L.r.
Ave. Platform rocker $1298. Used TV's 3. FEATURES GALOREG.E.
$15 up. Used refrigerator $35.
1 LAKESHORE NICE furnished room convenient to
built-in kitchens. Central
Hollywood beds $2995. Williams \ gas
University and downtown. Phone I Irt
Service Center. Hawthorne Rd. .. (air )
FR 2-2815. 372-3937. heating conditioning optional

:TJ TOWERS QUIET comfortable room for female TWIN Innerspring mattress matching Terrazzo floors plastered walls, sod-

grad. student or working box spring, headboard. $3995 ded
lawns plus other
restaurants & many
girl, near campus slightly vsed. Repossessed solid
: laundry. S3S per mo. Ph. 376-
mahogany Early American living
2643. room furniture. 4. TOTAL-PLANNED COMMUNITY

NICE downstairs corner room closeIn 402 S. Main FR 2-4379 Homes priced reasonably. Recreation
off street parking, antenna
furn. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. 372-2582. KING size mattress 8. 2 box nearby. Sidewalks.
springs, complete $149.
4 drawer metal chest IlL

RENT by hour or oay for major 602 S. Main FR 1-4379 Homeowner service reduces future

or minor lobs. Use my new REMINGTON electric typewrIter -For maintenance costs.

tongue and shaft method. Satisfaction good condition. $lOG. Call after I

rates. Call guaranteed anytime 372-4534.reasonable P.M. 372-4731. 6. WORTH MORE SHOULD YOU SELL

1 I rebuilt lawnmower, 2 rebuilt 2 Hugh Edwards homes are engineeredto
H.P. Briggs engines I elec. Impact Sale
51-A Wonted T. Rent ,
wrench. See at 1619 Hawthorne resist wear and depreciation.

FOUR bedroom home under $94

In Gainesville by Sperry employ- TWO nice steers for freezer or
*. with 4 school-age children. locker. Can butcher. 40 cents per
Phone GR 5-5043. Ib. dressed. Phone 372-426S

WILL exchange Sept. June nicely SET of Evening Star wedding
LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE furn. 3 BR house Key Biscayne
: Fla., near school & beach for rings. Phone FR 6-0219. 1.1

S Swimming Pool Recreation Room house In Gainesville area. Information MOVING. must sell furniture. appliances 0 t 0

Acres of Picnic Grounds Centrol Heat Wed Clittord. 376-2411 Tues. ... and car cheap. Pfsotie376Ills.

Centrol Air Co..... S Laundry Facilities

Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop aLighted 53 Office-Desk. Space Vfn DISCOUNT ON GLAZES.For I C
those Interested In learning
Paved I
Parking Sidewalks
ceramics classes are held every
OFFICE space for rent including
3 Elevator central heating air conditionIng Moo, Wed.. Frt. .ven no. 7 to \ J
9 P.M. ELLA'S CERAMICS 2145E.UnIv.ruity
utilities and private parking
lot 111 SW Third St. Ave. FR 4-5S48.
PHONE 376.4456FOR

PRIVATE APPOINTMENT 54 Business Rentals SUBLEASE hugh ed'1lll'ar T

(24 Hour Service FOR LEASE I
SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY Modern air cond. suite of offices. Building BUILDER.DEVELOPER. : _
Downtown location, near court 229 W. UNIV. AVE = :
2306 S.W. 13th ST.u.s.. HWY. 441 house and federal building. Ph. _
Next Door t. FUri U .
372-7943 or 4-0(17.

Butler Bros. STORE building 20 X 30 ft. available Theatre. FOR INFORMATION 376-7971 2909 N.E. 15th STREET \\
BUILDERS at 620 S. Main. $50 per PHONE 372-0440 .

me. Call John Merrill. Realtor.FR \
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Sunday, August 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7C '_

154 OLDS 88 hardtop power steer. '63 OLDS F-85. loaded Excellent
Ing and brakes good cond. Si 25 condition.. See Mr. Green University
or best otter Dr. Klss l. 3743311 City Bank. SAVE $AVE SAVE AVE
,ext.5592'Il'CHEVY .
'62 CORVAIR Conv. 4 speed shift, I
Belair hardtop radio radio. heater & WW tires 22.000 AUGUSTCLEARANCE
actual miles. $1350. Will take
Mater V" automatic trans. new .
WSW tires. Can be seen at 408 trade. FR 4-4009. j
N. Main St. '64 CHEVY Impala. 4-dr. hardtop.
\tn STUDEBAKER Commander. auto. trans. PS PB. WW tires.!
V-l engine top condo Body tight 4000 actual miles. $2.495. Will .
& clean need transmission work. trade. FR 4-4009.
S1SO. FR 2-07:9.
'63 PONTIAC Bonneville. 2-dr. hardtop
ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet auto. trans. PS. PB. radio
Impala 2 dr. hardtop. excellent and heater. WWT. $2495. Will
condition. Call Jones 374-5351. trade. FR -D09.
1961 CORVAIR Monza excellent I 1957 CUSTOM Royal Dodge. 4-<1r.
Condition auto. trans.. radio. sedan power steering. Will sell
beated. S1250. Phone 374-2443. reasonably. Car at 531 SE 2nd PI. SALE
FR 7-7587.
J5T CADILLAC Coupe DeVille. low
mileage,"air conditioned, good 87 Automobiles Wanter TIME
ti'ery clean. Call Monday I
_3766261. CARS WANTED T9iO-54 f-ords
WSJ ,'CRD tor sale. Runs good. & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Servo
New battery. Phone FR 4-4950. ice Station. 916 SE 4th St. & To Buy A

1952 NASH car $45. 1944 tag Included. i
Can be seen at 543 NE amAve
: Sunday and after 5 during BARKLEY -
1957 Chevrolet. V4. station wagon
radio. heater, automatic trans. MOTORS"IN
fewer SIB. Excellent cond. 63 VOLKSWAGENDual
Best offer. 374-2771. THE AUTO GAME-
54 OLDS convertible, power steer- BARKLEY'S THE NAME" cab pick up. Seats 6. Low mileage.
Ing. power brakes radio heater, 2201 N. Main St. '63 CADILLACSedan
extra good too & times. Call 3763407 $1695COMPACTS
after 5:00. FR 2-4373 DeVille. Factory air fully
'42 VOLKSWAGEN Conv. showroom equipped, one owner. Excellent condition -
condition.miles. WW.Will 20.000 taketrade. 100% warranty. Low 51% GMAC AT
FR 4-4009. financing. About $1900 under new car
'62 FORD Conv.,XL 500. full pow PAINTJOB price.
er & air condition( like new. 20- '
trade 000 actual FR 4-4009.mJlM S2195. Will take $4895 '63 CHEVY I II I SHAW & "FORDTOWN"Because

'62 CADILLACSedan Nova sedan.Automatic transmission in

Value Rated DeVille. Factory air conditioned, factory warranty.
Used Cars i $3995 sold and serviced by B & G Motors. $1995

B&G MOTOR CO. 'I' $3795 '63 FALCONStation

Cadillac Oldsmobile ,, At '62 CADILLAC wagon. Standard shift.
2001 NW 13th St. HAWESPOWERSBODY Sedan. Factory air conditioned full $1695
I SHOP power low mileage. About $2800 under '
GAINESVILLEAUTO 611 S.W. 3rd St. new car price. '62 MONZACoupe. We're Making Room for 65's-

FR 2-0538 $3595 4 speed floor shift bucket seats.
1007 N. Main St. '61 CADILLACSedan $1595 HURRY in and choose from our entire stock of Brand New

Phone FR 2.6313 ATTENTIONHUNTERS DeVille. Factory air conditioning, '62 F85

, Northcentro! Florida's & full power. 2 door. 155 HP, automatic transmission -

Independent Largest Dealer SPORTSMENSPECIAL $2995 less than 22.000 miles.; One owner. 1964 FORDS

1956 GMC PANEL V-8 60 CADILLACSedan. I

FOR THE CORRECT n Hydromatic transmission. Factory air conditioning blue. '62 VALIANTSignet

TIME 4-wheel drive. Lock-o- V200. Hardtop 2 door bucket

FR 2-1411 hunting&matic wheels.hubs buggy.This oversized Just is a tires real like '60$2395 CADILLACSedan. seats mission., radio heater, automatic trans PRICED SO LOW YOU CAN'T SAY NO!

Courtesy Of new. Cost over $6,000 White, not air conditioned very $1295
University ChevroletN. New. clean. FALCONS
.Main 16th Ave. NOW $1395 $2195 '61 FALCONStation

1962 CORVAIR 700 wagon. Standard shift.
4-door sedan automatic '59 CADILLACSedan. $1195 FAIRLANES
1964 transmission radio & Factory air conditioned.
heater. White wall tires. '61 RAMBLERStation
Solid white with red in- $1595
terior. A real buy. wagon. GALAXIES
$1145 58 CADILLACSedan. $1095
FORD Clean.
1962 CORVAIR '58 HILLMANSedan. *
Monsa. 4-door. 4-speed $1095 TBIRDSMOST
4 speed transmission..
floor shift radio & heater
CLEARANCE white wall tires, bucket '64 CROWN IMPERIAL $295FULL
Solid black with
seats. Hardtop sedan factory air conditioned,
white interior. A nice car. loaded like new white leather. ,.
$1345 $5295 & .
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SALE i 1953 FORD V-8 SIZE -
Radio heater good rubber. 62 CROWN IMPERIALHardtop :
I $99 SPECIAL sedan. Factory air conditioned. STATIONWAGONS ::ITt

SEVERAL FINE BUYS ON fully equipped, red with whit leather

& I I RAULERSONMOTORS LeSabrt.Air$3295 conditioned very sharp. YOU CAN SAVE LIKE CRAZY ON


372-5285. CARS VS., automatic transmission.
Home of A 1 Used Cr
238 W. University '62 OLDSMOBILE '61 DODGE - - -
98 Holiday sedan. Factory air
Y8 steering low mileage.
Phone FR 65371.CRANE $2595 power

Tii' $1395 SAVINGS
I 98 Holiday sedan. Factory air.
radio heater overdrive.

$1595 $1295

88 Sedan. Factory air.
..IS9.BUICK' Convertible $1095 S cyl., radio$1195 heater standard shift. ON ALL USED CARS

62 '
*4 door. Hardtop 59 OLDSMOBILE '60 FORD

'61 CHEVROLET 4 dr. '63 VOLKSWAGEN 98 Hardtop sedan. Factory air. 6 cylinder standard shift.

: '61 Convertible CHEVROLET Pearl. white. Extra clean.$1495 '59 OLDSMOBILE$1295 $795 AND TRUCKS!

'61 COMET 4 doors '59 FORD

'62 COMET 4 door '63 red.VOLKSWAGENRuby LoadedI 88 Sedan.'Power steering. Country sedan. 4 door, V8, automatic I

'63 COMET 4 door $1595 $995 transmission, power steering. 1962 1961 1961 1960

'64 COMET Convertible '58 OLDSMOBILE $795 FORD Falcon Rambler Rambler
"63, ENGLISH FORD Purl white. Radio. WSW. Twtel 98 Convertible. '59 PLYMOUTHV8 Low F.IO Rough P/U. 4er, deluxe wagon, 4-dr. Ambit- 4-dr.,
these, both cloan. end reedy. RBH, FM, odor, V4. PS. Aufo. Trani..
$595 steering rear window.
Anglia $1395 power power Only dark green. heater, heater.
'62 FALCON 2 door '58 OLDSMOBILE $695 RATE $745 $1095 $595 $545
l '60 FALCON 4 door '
88 sedan. Air conditioned.
'61 FALCON 4 door with red Intorlor. WSW.

'61, FIAT 2 door $1095 $695 LOW PRICED 6%
'61"FORD 4 door '
59 BUICKElectro
, '63 FORD 4 door 60 Sedan. CARS Financing 1961' 1961 1961 1962
Rad.a extra clean ear
'63 MERCURY FORD CorvatrUr. PontiacTwrptJt CHEV
::1 $995 $1095 .. .
Breezeway 56 CADILLAC RBI-l 4-dr. StetlM wagon.
'57 MERCURY '64 VOLKSWAGEN '59 BUICK Coup DeVille, factory air conditioning. On All P/U.Ecenoiln.Heater. conditioning PG, Al'r shift Raft, blue Floor L loaded ate Including condi.toning.
Hardtop Pickup like lIew.i Hardtop coup Air conditioned solid rPd. solid wtllte. whit. .
'62 METRO i. $1750 $1195 $395 New $695 $1045 $995 $169;
59 OLDMOBILE '59 VOLVO SedanWSW. 64 PONTIAC Sedan. Cars'r
I .
Radio ft. heater Blue. Extra and
'61 OLDS F85 cloan. < Carolina, 2-door. Radio heater stand $199
'63 PEUGEOT $695 ard shift, 9.000 mile*.
'57 OLDSMOBILE 195' 1959 1961 1961
63 PLYMOUTH $2595 Used
Station Wagon I '60 FORD FALCON "88", sedan,air conditioned. I CHEV FORD Corvair FORD
Whlto. Good clfttlot'' 61 CHRYSLERSedan.
$395 I r. V-' v. FM r/L JOe ur.v. .
Conditioned $595 Air conditioned. Cars t Pearglde. RLH Manse P0 epa.. tin., .b RLH. FM,
RBH Black. i white. light blul.
'62 VOLKSWAGENStation "98", hardtop sedan. Air conditioned. L$195 $395 $1145I $1095
Wagon! 60 DODGE
Miller- $295
Hardtop sedan. Air conditioned.

Brown 88" Sedan. Sharp. I 1962
Hardtop coupe. Air conditioned. Gataxic 500 FORD
516 South Main St. Univ.1030 Ave.E. CARSCLEARANCE $1095 '55 OLDSMOBILE Largest .Vs.Bud. std.. 4-dr., v... VI tM PN.Vs .
FR 6-2425 FR 2-3582 ,_ "88" Rough i .. blue i PS blue L cattle

$99 i of A-l Used $495 white. L$1545 white. $195 body.



$50 SHAW

64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s '63 CHEVROLETImpala '58 FORD Phone FR 6-53/1

sedan. 6 cylinder auto.trans. Hardtop Runs good.
HARDtOPS $2195 $295 238 W. University Avenue


Impala hardtop sedan. Factory Air. Sedan Air conditioned.
"Figure Your Own Deal"TAKE $1695 $395 *.?foffi''j&.4&/& .&
lmp.l. hardtop sedan. V-8. MON thru FRI.TJf .

DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00 $1395 $395 COMPANY >: rrrr X GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

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2001 N.W. 13thFR

6-7515 Archer y.Y
119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343

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JOHN HIPP'S3DAY FOR Northcentral


f f.G.- x.W. MORE

'Dig aA of
Gainesville Auto Sales ''r' #
Northcentral Florida's No. 1 i OWNER
.4 I SZP
I Independent Dealer I


Come ofCAR "
out i Y Y CARS &

todayand you iI iI

willSAVE i I We Took Over 100 "Extra" Cars & Trucks TRUCKS

I Just So We Could Make This The Biggest"August" 62.. CHRYSLER4dr. .
V-8 automatic trans.
on yourfavorite R&H. air cond., PS. PB.
In Our History!
ri ,.-.! 8UYSI $1875

I We're Loaded With 1964 Models And '
64 CHEVY II4dr. I I
.. ,
These 10 cars SEEp THEY GOTTA GO NOW IT'S like$2475 V-(new.automatic trans.R&H *

have been on our lot for

over 30 days! Our policy is ,'61 ,CHEVY .
4-dr. t cyl. automatic trans I

All cars that have been here for over Hundreds of dollars can heater $975
be SAVED now. See us
30 days sold at original cost '
are our before you buy any car '
Qe .. anywhere! 63 TEMPEST2dr
DURING THIS 3-DAY SALE air.conditioned.coupe auto. trans, RiH,|


YOU $ 63 CHEVYImpala
4-dr. standard Irani. !
= R&H.
400 A SAVE $1875

SAVE To $900
On Executive Cars ,
All Models XL 300 ,4-dr. ,sedan
G j V-8 auto trans R&H PS.,
Extra sharp car
on each of these 10 cars listed plus a few more that we didn't $2175 a

have enough room to list. Don't wait!

63 fORD 4-dr. cyU automatic trans,
$ Golaxie 500 4 dr. hardtop, sharp maroon R&H.
2295 with white top & black leather interior, $775
fully equipped and new tires.Was $2695, S
SAVE $400.
64 RAMBLERClassic
64 FORD 4-dr., standard trans,!
heater. Like new
$2295 Galaxie 4-dr. hardtop, loaded includedair. $1875
Red with matching interior. Was
$3395, SAVE $400.
63 CHEVROLET VOLUMEIS Nova hardtop standard tram j
heater. Extra clean car.
2495 Impala station wagon power windows SPECIALNEW I $'1875
seats brakes and steering like new only DID THE REASON
14,000 miles. Was$2895,SAVE $400. I

62 4-dr. ,Belalr. V-l. automatic|
trans. R&H.
$1195 2-dr. sedan with automatic trans., heater & OUT TRADE $775
and 4-cylinder economy engine. Was YOU
$1595 SAVE $400. THE
ONLY $2044

63 OLDSMOBILECutlass FIVE & TENPERCENTERS "'".63.. Cutlass.OLDS 4-speed.F852dr. V-8.,

2595 convertible, equipped with V-8, KNOW
automatic power steering & brakes ai/r/ Plus Fla. Sales Tax & License $2375
conditioning. Was $2995 SAVE $400. -

.,Fury hardtOP. V. autxtrans
1295 Consul.This car has only 9,000 miles andis
equipped with 4-speed trans.,radio and $1075
heater. Was $1695. SAVE $400. -

2-dr. hardtop. V-1. automatic'
isi trans., R&H.
1895 Deluxe 4-dr.with automatic, radio whitewalls -
and 2-tone paint. Was $2295, $175
SAVE $400. 0


2795 Monterey Custom, loaded including air. yt.r $35TRUCKS runs
Beautiful black with red leather trim. +
Was $3195, SAVE $400. wr rcrt,.

3495 Newport Coupe loaded including air, in '58 International
like new condition. Was $3895, SAVE ,
Long wheel bas cab and
$400. chassis.

995 Belvedere 4-dr., equipped with power Open 8 a.m.Itil 9 '
steering, V-8 automatic trans, radio & p.m. 61 FORD ,
Ton pickup custom Mb
heater. Was $1395 SAVE $400. FLORIDA'SLARGEST standard$975 trans R&H.


tires and runs good.
R. A."Friendly Bob" Adams W. A."Little Billy"Tuten $1075
Leon "LL" Stanley Ray "Stockcar" Wood

GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES I Automobile '63 A-speed$1375 CORVAN transmission.

OPEN TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center

;' +,} Nortbce.tnl, ;aid.'aI a. Shopping Center { UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET ;


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CARS FR 6-7581 USED CARS FR 6-7584

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the past we have had many tales, and In checking the tales we find that

many of the cars have gone to used car dealers outside our community. If

I out! COST + 5% I we are going to sacrifice prices as we are going to de now we

prefer to hare those savings go to our many friends who hove dealt with

ON ALL NEW & USED CARS I us over the post years. We're therefore offering our entire used car stockat

I' wholesale to the retail trade. No gimmicks, no prices, and we don't

have to sell 100 cars in so many days we're simply wholesaling our

5% FINANCING AVAILABLE Stock to our retail trade.



: I ALL MODELS 6s & V-8s i

;[ .
plus 5% 84 Q

$1777 '
j ti '
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' Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! s = .


tee AUG. 7, 8, 9th

.' 4 door, floor shift,
63 RAMBLER bucket seats, radio, $2035 $102
heater. 0 0 0 0 . . . ... '
I rrf\\TttfCT 2 door,automatic .
UO V.ntVl\ULtl transmission, radio, 790| 89
heater. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 . . . .
63 RAMBLER radio, 2340 117
heater, air conditioned, power steering. . WAS IS WAS IS WAS IS
2 door hardtop, air 2465 123 1964 TRIUMPH 1953 SUNBEAMAlpine 1951 SUNBEAM
'AQ DO FORD conditioned* . .. . TR4. .Wlra Whfelt.Heattr. $2895 $2667 heater., Radio, $2295 $1997 heater Alpine' hardtop $1595 1347
/ American, 4 door, 1 070 53 1964 FORD4dr. 1961 CORVAIRMonza.
0* RAMBLER heater, low mileage. a .. air, PS PB. AT, 3095 2887 1963 VOLVOP1800 Electric, over 3395 2996 ,. 2-door sedan,, 1395 1162
RtH. drive. Air. R&H AT.

162 FORD 4 transmission door hardtop, radio, automatic, heater. 1480 74 1954 HILLMANSuper Minx, AT, RIH, 1995 1688 1963 VALIANTV.200.. 4-door sedan, 1995 1786 1961 COMET 4-door, 1-adlo, 1295 1042
whit. walls. AT. R&H. heater.
4 door sedan, 43
61 RAMBLER ,heater.: . . 870 1964 English CONSUL Ford 2-dr. 1695 1567 1962 BUICK4door, 2695 2386 1961 MERCURYStation. wagon, 4..door.lo.d.d. 1795 1487

61 RAMBLER 1:;T2. door' 760 38 1963 R&H.MG 1962 Loaded.BUICK 1961 DODGE Lancer2door
. . Midget Radio, 1895 1678 4-door, hardtop. 2695 2386 hardtop, AT. 1295 1122
heater. Loaded. RtH.
station wagon, radio, 890 45
60 RAMBLER heater.1 . . : 1963 MERCURY 2695 2343 1962 BUICK 1961 ENG. FORD
I 4-dr. tedan. RtH AT. Electra convertible. 2995 2791 2-door 695 566
Ranchero pickup, radio, 670 34 PS PB. Loaded.: ald.n
60 FALCON heater. . . . 1963 OLDSMOBILESuper i I 1962 FORD 1961 VOLKSWAGENSedan.
.II.Leaded. 3295 3074 I Convertible. 2295 2062 1295 1115
America.n station wag570 28 I Loaded. Radio heater.
59 RAMBLER on, radio, heater : 1963 PONTIAC 1962 CHEVROLET 1961 SIMCA4door
2-door. hardtop 2995 2787 Super Sports, 4-speetf, 2095 1889 695 518
340 17 loaded. Sedan.
59 RENAULT 4 door. . . ; 1963 VALIANT 1962 321 PLYMOUTHBelvedere.engine. 1961 DKW2door
/JTQ station wagon, 4 door, 4-door, V-1o0. RtH, 1645 1446 4-dr. sedan, 1595 1392 695 518
PONTIAC ST. PS R&H. sedan.
J/ automatic transmission, 840radio 42 "
heater. . 0 . . . . j 1963 Station FORD. Wagon air. 4dr.RtH. 2495 2192 1952 500.FAIRLANE 4doorsedan. 1695 1456 1961 RAMBLER2door, radio 995 747
7 AT. heater.
58 KARMANN GKIA . 810 I 40 1963 CHRYSLER 300 1962 CORVAIR 1960 VAXUALL !
/57 CHEVROLET 2 door, heater AT.2-door. RtH PS PB AAonza.R&H 4 4-door Speed.sedan, 1695 1584 door Sedan. 695 I I 518
standard trans- AA 32 OLDSMOBILE 1960 CHEVROLET4door
mission. . . Utw 1963 F-S. Jet Fir. Loaded. 2895 2747 1962 Galaxie FORD 500. 4-door 1895 1667 sedan. 1195 1042
0.4'door, heater, 2door. hardtop. sedan PS R&H. R&H AT.

57 mission.STUDEBAK". .R. -standard- 0 0 trans260. . 13 I 1953 RLH.CHEVROLET2door,PS.hardtop PB., AT, 2695 2466 1962 PS.CHRYSLER2door sedan RtH, AT, 1695 1496 1960 Convrtible.IU.H.VOLKSWAGEN. 1195 1074

I /ry BUICKt: door, automatic trans is470 23 I 1963 FIAT 1119 1962 RAMBLERStation 1960 CHEVROLETConvertible.. 0 1127
radio heater, extra 1100 RtH.Sedan. 4-door, 1395 wagon. ST, Atr.RtH. 1495 1393 PS. Radio AT 1495
/r/ Station 2
i JO CHEVROLET door, automatic wagon 470 22 1963 CHEVROLETdoor, PS PBRtH. 2595 2334 1962 RAMBLERStation 1495 1377 1950 CADILLAC I 2495 2292 I
transmission, heater. 0 . . 0 . AT.hardtop RtH. wagon. AT 4-door Loaded.sedan.
/TO 4 door radio, heater 1963 FORD 1962 PONTIAC2door 1960 VOLVO I
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