Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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( THE r ; California Battle in Bitter Finish

HARRIS !.:: ) .

SUliVEYWhat : SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Sen. vital race for the'state's.86 Republican party. That was true, too, in the torrid out as a ho-hum affair, Is expected -
Barry Goldwater and Gov. Nelson national convention The polls have lifted Rockefeller clash between Pierre Salin- to bring out 65 per cent
A. Rockefeller directed final delegates in Tuesday's ballot to, frontrunner from the underdog ger, former White House press of the 7,122,724 registered vot
.. appeals to the voters todayin rating he had before his secretary, and State Controller ers. The total includes 4,022,302
an explosive windup to Cal ing.Both sides, in traditional fash- surprise victory in Oregon. But Alan Cranston in a wholesale Democrats, 2,895,448 Republicans. -

ifornia's presidential primary. ion, expressed confidence in the the pulse-takers cushioned their Democratic contest for the U.S. .
Calif. Bitter charges of "smear" outcome of a battle which Rock. figures with enough undecided Senate nomination.The The feverish tempo of the
and "irresponsibility" betweenthe efeller says will shape the future voters to swing the election ei- closing weeks matched the in-
rival camps sharpened the course of the Republican ther way.Washington primary, which started (See PRIMARY on Page 2))

Will MeanBy -

D:2): atesuflk
LOS ANGELES As the California Republican primary reachesits ltU
climax tomorrow, Governor Nelson Rockefeller finds himself -
pushed into a lead which could give him 55 per cent of the vote or, -

if the turnout is large, even more.

When voters are asked to state their preference openly between NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
Rockefeller.: and Goldwater, the New York governor emerges with ONE WEES DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year, No 283 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 1 1964
only a slight 43-40 per cent lead with 17 per cent undecided. Yet HOMX DELIVERED 4Se _
when these same voters are asked to mark a secret ballot, as
they will do in the voting booth tomorrow, Rockefeller gains six
per cent, Goldwater nothing. Thus Rockefeller soars ahead 49 to
40 per cent. The remaining uncommitted 11 per cent could put '
Rockefeller over 55 per cent in the final total. Florida Ruling on School

The key facts behind this strangest of all 1964 primaries:

The dynamic force in bUs election is not Rockefeller but Gold-
water. Voters in the end are deciding whether to vote for ar
against the Arizona senator. His support is solid and unyielding
but is only a minority of these California Republicans. Concern
about support for Goldwater from extreme right wing sources
has risen from 39 to 48 per cent in two weeks. Voters reject Gold- Bible Reading Overturned

per water cent.on the issues, both domestic and international, by 60 to 40

The vote for Rockefeller remains to the end soft and even
mushy. Only 19 per cent now name him as their real first
choice for the nomination. Fully 59 per cent of these GOP voters
want some candidate nominated other than either Rockefeller or
Goldwater. Few Republicans here expect that if Rockefeller wins Supreme State

this. primary he will go on to capture the nomination.

Court Loyalty Oath InvalidWASHINGTON a


(AP) The ployes take loyalty oaths.
No Supreme Court struck down today Justice Byron R. White, delivering -
Says two Washington state laws the court's decision,
requiring that all state em- said the laws were "unconstitu
NtUJ mitUts tionally vague."
WASHINGTON It had to be Washington that came up with Supreme Court overturned today Record Toll Justice Tom C. Clark wrote a

dial-aspeech. a Florida court decision dissenting opinion, in which ;

By now Americans have become used to those tinny recorded that upheld Bible reading and Justice John M. Harlan joined. 9sII1IF1t
voices on Alexander Graham Bell's invention that give the time recitation of the Lord's Prayerin On Nation'sHighways The court's vote thus was 72.

and the weather and instant uplift in dial-a-prayer. Now the Democratic Miami public schools. About 64
persons employed by F i"t s
The tribunal its 1963 -
National Committee here has dreamed up a new angle: the University of Washington in
speeches of the day from congressmen Cabinet members and even. in a similar case from teaching and nonteaching jobs
Abington Township in Pennsyl
the President of the United States. had challenged validity of the C
vania.In The nation's traffic deaths
Saturday it was two and a half minutes of Johnson's speech the Abington case, and also during the Memorial Day week state laws. a t
Friday night to the graduating class of the Lyndon B. Johnson in from the
a case Maryland, end-more than 400-hit a record They appealed from a deci-
High School in Johnson City, Texas. Sunday it was Johnson again. Supreme Court, last year, held high for a three-day observ- sion by a special threejudgeU.S.
This time addressing the University of Texas at Austin, where that required Bible reading and ance of the holiday.The District Court in Seattle,
the President and his wife received honorary degrees Saturday.The prayer exercises are unconstitu death toll on the high- Wash., that upheld the state re- 2o \

Republicans have not yet asked for equal time. tional.Florida's Supreme Court, in ways from 6 p.m. local time quirement.One .

the decision overturned today, Thursday to midnight Sundaywas law, enacted In 1955, requires
415. Belated reports were state employes to swear
said that state's law requiring
based expected to boost the final fig they are_not subversive, per* +
Bible reading was on secular 'Y
Climactic Phase rather than,sectarian considerations ure. w' v ..sons,_as defined in the laW The N
and was intended to The record, toll 'for the first other law 'enacted hi 1931, requires Sir a < fa
holiday weekend of the spring that another oath be
require moral training and inculcation -
of good citizenship.The topped the previous high markof taken by teachers.

For Civil highest tribunal, in an unsigned 371 set over the Memorial White's majority opinion said
RightsWASHINGTON order today, said it was Day period in 1958. The National the university employes contended
reversing the Florida,Court with Safety Council had made a before the Supreme
to issues of constitution preholiday estimate that be- Court that the oath requirements -
(AP) The drive to step up the pace of the respect I
Senate enters today what mostof debate. ality of prayer and Bible read- tween 410 and 490 persons mightbe and the statutory provi

its members expect will be Mansfield has said he hopesthe ing in schools.It killed in traffic accidents sions on which they were
the climactic month of the historic Senate can vote on cloture said other questions raisedin during the 78-hour period. based, were invalid on their
1964 civil rights debate. its debate limiting procedure, the case were not ruled on. The heaviest toll was Sundayas face, because their languagewas
Today's session, the 67th on by June 10. This would mean These included validity of relig- millions of motorists jammed unduly vague, uncertainand
the House-passed civil rights filing of a cloture petition a ious baccalaureate programs, highways headed for home after broad I
White stated "We
bill, was expected to be low-key, week from today. A rote must the taking of areligious census outings. Reports indicate : agree
this contention and ,
however, because senators are come on the second day after among students, and conducting nearly 150 persons were killedin
without the
reaciJng numerous
straggling back to the Capitol the petition is filed. religious tests as a qualification,, traffic accidents in, the final )
after a three-day Memorial Day U the two-thirds vote neededto for employment of teachers. 24 hours of the holiday period. other contention pressed uponus
These latter issues, the Supreme confine our consideration to
recess. invoke cloture and halt the Traffic fatalities during the "
Tuesday Democratic Southern talka Court said, did not have that particular question.
Starting hon is available, holiday period compared to 418
Leader Mike Mansfield has the bill is expected to be passed "properly presented Fed traffic deaths during a nonholi- .
promised sessions opening three soon afterward. The Southerners eral questions." day weekend of 78 hours from .

hours earlier than usual in a fighting the measure concede tice Florida Millard Supreme Caldwell Court, a former Jus- 6 p.m. Thursday, May 14 to NAACP Ban i.", +"""M.l-Ht.-t.. :r. :.....*c'i_ /;/..." "': .. '".'- .
there are ample votes to put it midnight Sunday, May 17. The
Plan Board through once debate has been (See PRAYER on Page 3)) Associated Press survey for the Right on Time Again ;

choked off.Under nonboliday period, also showed Is RejectedBULLETIN
cloture each senator is SE Asia 23 deaths in boating accidents
Principal Charles ,Palmour of Sidney Lanier Ele-
Zoning Ideas limited time on to all one issues.hour However of speech he and 73 persons drowned, a'total mentary School .(in background) sets his watch every

could offer of 514. Boating deaths duringthe WASHINGTON (AP) The school day when 12-year-old Anne Hetrick arrives for
any number of AddUrgency holiday period totaled 16 Supreme Court struck down today her classes. In seven years at Sidney Lanier Anne has .
amendments. Talks
More than
Due StudyZoning have been introduced. 240 now while 40 persons drowned. an Alabama court order never been late, nor 'missed a single day of school. A
Cloture has been The record high traffic death barring the National Association sixth grader and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
recommendations from the Senate by toll for any Memorial Day hol- 'for the Advancement of Colored Hetrick, 1624 NW 12th St., Anne was honored for her
five times
only in
the City Plan Board dominate history, never on civil rights. iday period was .I6: in a four- People from operating in that punctuality by Principal Palmour at a school assembly.She .
tonight's Gainesville City Com Republican Leader Everett M. day observance in Ii Last state. The ban was on thearound received a certificate of merit and a bronze key
mission agenda. Dirksen Memorial Day was a one-day that the NAACP had with the, word "Citizenship" engraved. In his remarks
agrees that the time
has HONOLULU (AP) -Top U.S. observance and there were 159 failed to register as a foreign- Palmour said this was the, best record of any studenthe
Although the agenda includes the cloture come for vote action but says strategists opened secret talkson deaths en the highways. out-of-state corporation. had ever known in his 33 years of teaching.
committee reports and other may have to be Communist-plagued South-
routine reports from,department deferred until the third week of east Asia today as the shaky

heads, the zoning requests are this month. coalition government of Laos.... .
the primary item on the agen Dirksen said "we expect to get appeared to be falling apart. Teen-Agers Terrorize BrooklynNEW I
the votes to close the debate"when The virtual pullout of the proCommunist ,
da.A the test comes. Pathet Lao from a -
special hearing was scheduled The leaders are relying heav- patched-up coalition with Laotian YORK (AP)- Bands of Brooklyn and terrorized and Residents of the district, us, 'Let us have them for a '!ftJe
this afternoon by City Manager ily on a package of amendmentsthey neutralists and rightists teen aged Negro marauders, robbed passengers. which is predominantly white, while' or something to that ef
Bill Green to review the introduced last week to pickup deepened the crisis atmosphere raiding subway trains and a The. youths many of them reacted with anger and a street fect.
dismissal of Harold Acosta. supervisor the final votes. surrounding,the talks. boat terror to reeking with alcohol, left the clash was narrowly averted. Sheerin was among officers in
Community Over the weekend, supportersof ferry brought train at Kings Highway, Brook- About 40 poured out
of the Negro Just about every key American persons 11 cars which sped to the area,
Center, at the direction of cloture picked up two more official concerned with normally quiet sections of lyn, after smashing windows and of homes and ,a bar and began Twelve of the youths were ar
the city commission.This votes bringing to 58 the numberof Southeast Asia was present for Brooklyn and. lower Manhattanover light bulbs. "passing remarks," said detective rested.
Mills senators who have told The behind the weekend. They ran to the street, Raymond SheerinwSheerin
morning, Eugene the two-day conference Less than two hours earlier
Associated Press they would Early '-jnT: **. youths smashed the window of a beau- continued; "nIr'wanted ,
Pacific Com-
chairman of the ,Community dosed doors at .. two men and two youths cowed
back cloture. Another 26 are overlookingPearl *!;; .::;a aboard a subwa train ty parlor and stole about$9a'> to do something. If was
committee, answered mand headquarters the motorman aboard
Center advisory a statement issued over listed as firmly ,opposed to it Harbor.Secretary en' route from Coney IslaiC in from the cash register., like they were trying to say to train near Prospect a Park subway in
If all 100 senators are present
the weekend by resigning Recreation of State Dean Bssk Brooklyn. They threatened the
and vote 67 will be required to
Director Ray Massey. and Ambassador Henry:i bot motorman with a meat cleaver.
Mills said he wanted to clarify limit debate. Lodge flew in from Saigon Sun- Two Gainesville Residents Arrested 3 Police said the four got off at

Massey's remarks about the day and Secretary of Defense ... f' Prospect Park, boarded another
of the two recreation Robert S. McNamara arrived train, and threatened passengers
reopening CARPETSFOR In St. Restaurant Incident .
twelve hours
centers. from Washington Augustine with the cleaver One passenger -
of later. Clifford Renaus, 24,
"The advisory committee COWS
McNamara called ,the meet- Two 21-year-old Gainesville Chief Virgil Stewart told the slrable guests trespass and conspiracy
the Community Recreation Center ing "particularly timely" in youths were arrested yesterdayin telephone operator any infor- to create a distrubance.The (See TEENERS on Page 2)
met with the city manager EVERETT Wash. (AP-The
view of increases in tempo and St. Augustine for refusing to mation about the pair would wire service account of
Mr. Bill Green, to work ou t 65 cows at the Bousbey Bros. intensity of communist aggres- leave a motel coffee shop with have to come from the St. the Sunday incident said that -
plans whereby the center could Dairy near here are living pret- sion in Southeast Asia. three Negro companions after Augustine '''newspaper. Brown and Swan were arrested
reopen on weekends with some" ty high on the hog these,days. He charged: that Communist being,denied service. with three St. Augustine Ne WHERETO
limitation to the program, Workmen finished layingmore North Viet Nam is directing at- Harvey Lopez, editor of the t groes.
Mills stated. i4Due to the circumstances than 3,000 square feet of tacks in both Laos and South Although the pair was identi- St. Augustine Record, researched Brown, who was enrolled at .
Mr. cleaned In their fied of Florida the records for FIND
J surrounding easily carpeting Viet Nam. as University police the the UF last trimester accordingto IT
Harold Acosta and Mr. Massey, barn Friday. The cows had been Lodge declared the situationin students by the Associated Sun this morning and reportedthat records in the dean cf men's

the meeting was held with the slipping and falling because the South Viet Nam is certainlynot Press, UF Dean of Men Frank Brown and Swan were office, is secretary of the Comics . . 10
city manager and not Mr. Mas- concrete floor became slick dur- hopeless.The Adams said today that neither being held on $1,500 bond apiece Gainesville Congress of' Racial O Classified 11-13
sey." ing the almost continual wash- officials arranged to be- Julian Brown nor Richard Swanis and were scheduled to appear Equality (CORE) Entertainment . 9
Mills said he felt Massey's ing process. gin a day-long session early currently enrolled as a stu- before the county judge for ar- Adams said Swan group.has not 9 Obituaries . 2
statement had caused Us orneconfusion" What the new footing will do this morning.The dent. raignment this morning. been aUF, student since last O Opinion Page 4;
and wanted to make for milk production has yet to final decision maker- St. Augustine police were not Lopez said three charges August. He said Swan has been Sports . . ..7, ,8
be determined. Womens .. : .
a statement clarifying the situ- 'President Johnson-waited in. allowed to talk with a Sun reporter were placed against the pair. involved in racial incidents in 5,
\.ttion.f -- (See SE ASIA on Page 3) this morning and Police The.- ,charges were bring imde-: Tallahassee and Ocala. .-- ---

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Sun Monday, June 1, 1964

... '

, How GOP Candidates Are \ Weather Roundup>. Days of the 'Silent Negro'

I Doing on Eve Of Primary a a Ended With State PrimaryBy -

r CHARLES STAFFORDThe Brailey Odham for U.S. senator. given almost no chance of beating -
WASHINGTON (AP) Cali. GOP convention, which beginssix contest and"picks up a majorityof
t voting was done. :Mayor Frank Hampton of Jackson- him-his racial views are
;t l forma Republicans choose Tuesday weeks from today. the 82 district delegates, as
Haydon Burns of Jacksonvillehad ville, a veteran Negro politician, likely to be tested.
I between Sen. Gold- Those to the Arizonan in eeawe
Barry opposed -,expected, Tuesday's New
the Democratic nominationfor believes the public announce- "There is no doubt in my
II water and Gov. Nelson A. Rock- figure a Rockefeller victory York primary. "
governor. Mayor 'Robert ment was a tactical error lead- mind that Burns is anti-Negro,
efeller in a presidential primary would slow down and The Associated Press
.".' perhaps surveyof King High of Miami, the man ing eventually to High's defeat. says Harper. "His whole actions
that highlights a week of feverish stall Goldwater's drive short of delegates chosen shows this
have shown that. When Burns
t Burns labeled "the NAACP can- Harper disputes this. we
political activity in 13 the 655 votes needed for nom- first ballot breakdown based E
on makes the statement that he is
didate, had run a poor second. not come out with our statementthat
{ states.In ination.As primary commitments, pledges, ZONES But an NACP leader re- tended to give support to not going to permit violence in

the California contest the for the New York gover- instructions ,and stated preference C D-Partly cloudy through eee N r W joiced. [High," he says, "there would not the streets he is not talking

state's 86 Republican nomina- nor, by week's end he could : Tuesday. Low tonight in the I "We have gone beyond opinion -:have been as large a vote as about anti Negro groups who

; tion votes are at stake. Gold- have more than 200. delegatesin Sen. Barry Goldwater 316 60s. High Tuesday 80 to 85. ; ," he said. "We actually mo- there was. I think that without cause the violence. He is talking

water backers think victory his quest for the nomination Gov. William W. Scranton 71 South and southwest winds 8 ,r bilized action. I it he would not have been in the about Negroes who peacefully

would make possible his nom- -providing he beats Goldwaterin Henry Cabot Lodge 44 to 18 miles an hour becom- "The time of the silent Negrois runoff.*' protest injustice."I .

ination on the first ballot at the the winner-take-all California Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller 41 ing northerly Tuesday. w past. I am quite certain Mr. Burns

Sen. Margaret Chase Smith 15 Never before in the state's his- High won a runoff berth by is going to have to show his
*' ..J,. +" + Richard M. Nixon 10 -. .. .. tory has the Negro vote been so 2,202 votes. Odham lost to Sen. hand. It will be called.

Favorite sons 100 day.-Low Cloudy tonight and mild In the through 60s. Tues High' large, so visible, so cohesive, so Spessard Holland by a wide 'How is the Negro treated in

More About Uncommitted 261 Tuesday 73 to M. GAINESVILLE WEATHER important. Never again is it I margin. Faircloth edged incum- Florida?' is the question that

Democrats staged intro-party B Partly cloudy through Tuesday. likely to lie dormant. bent James Kynes by 559 votes. will be asked by industries want
I Low tonight near 60. High Tuesdaynear Municipal Airport r e a d- "
battles over the weekend in two' 80. Northerly winds 5 to 15 miles In the Democratic primariesin I "In the second primary says ing to come to Florida. 'What is
hour.E ings for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today his '''
an based
"Mr. Burns
states-setting up a runoff primary .the spring of '64, the NAACP Harper, the chance of racial violence?

1 Primary June 27 in the North Car-. Chance- Partly of showers cloudy tonight through or Tuesday.Tues- : high 93 at 3-5 p.m., low publicly bestowed its blessing on whole campaign on an attack "If Mr. Burns becomes governor -
71 at 12-2 No rain.
olina governor's race and heal- day. Low tonight near 70. High Tuesday ajn. certain candidates. Negroesvoted against Mayor High as a candi- ," Harper adds, "he is goingto

From 1 ing a long-time party split In west near winds 90.5 to Variable 15 miles mostly an hour.F south-. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh for those candidates. And date of the NAACP. He kept have to face up to the issue
Page Low PrKip.. saying it was a battle between that this is not 1875."
E Nebraska.In G I Partly cloudy through Jacksonville 89 73 .08 the Negro vote, though it fell
and the bloc vote.
Tuesday. Low tonight around 70. High Miami 85 78 complacency
short of turned
the Tar Heel being a
. fighting over who Is going to important issues and said his State, former Tuesday 88 tc 94. Tampa 90 72 power; That was just his Michigan accent More About
.. U.S. Dist. Judge Richardson Atlanta 72 64 .08 out to be a balance of power.In .
control the two parties in the views don't represent "respon- H Partly cloudy through Tuesday New Orleans 79" .01 What he meant was black
state. I sible Republicans.." Preyer, running with the un- tow tonight 70. High Tues- Boston 70 51 the end, the Negroes lost.
spoken blessing of liberal Gov. day 90 to 94.MARINE. New York: 70 52 Burns beat High. But Lewis O. vote. TeenersFrom
Washington 77 57 "He to false
Rockefeller, who flew to New Goldwater, In a statement issued Terry Sanford( led a six-man FORECAST Chicago 72 53 Harper, chairman of the NAA- was appealing a

' York just in time for the birthof by his Los Angeles head- field in Saturday's primary. But EAST GULF: South to southwest Denver Kansas City 62 69 43 51 .06 CP's state political action com- area, an emotional background,

a son Saturday, returns for quarters, said that if he wins the he failed to get a majority and winds Scattered t to showers 18 mph with through briefly Tuesday.higher Los Ft. Wprth Angeles 77 70 56 51 mittee, says this was only a bat. and an shows analysis what of Pinellas. Page 1

a 12-hour series of airport ral nomination, he'll summon par- will face former Superior Court winds. Seattle 90 52 tle and not the war. County happened.In

; lies at 14 cities. ty leaders, including Rockefeller Judge Dan K. Moore moder- "We are not a bit discour- the non Negro areas popu- pulled the emergency cord as
lated older 40 and
to a "summit meeting" to ate with conservative backing I Five-Day Forecasthassee aged," says the 62 year old by people, say the train rolled into a station.He .
}1 Goldwater flew to Washington above, they were solidly for
I map campaign strategy. who trailed mathematics professor at Gibbs ran from the car and called
for the of his by 24,000 votes.
graduation daughter Burns. Where the
: Temperatures are expected to ; 90 to 60 at Orlando; and Junior College in St. Petersburg."In younger pee.pie police from the cashier's booth.
I Peggy, 19, from Mt Vernon Rockefeller has attracted the In Nebraska, party officers live, in the 21 to 40 age
89 to 66 at Miami. No large dayto we feel very much Police got there in time to grab
! Junior College and to deliver support of Ambassador Henry backed by Gov. Frank Morri- average near normal for the elated and to bracket, these went to High."
we are going
the four.
I the commencement address. He Cabot Lodge's followers, but he son were picked at a state five-day period through Satur- day changes are likely. Rain- action Harper says that in Tampa's
fall is expected to total aboutone strengthen our political Sunday night, five Negro teen-
. is due back tonight for an elec has said repeatedly he Is not Democratic convention Sunday.It day. Normal highs and lows inch in most in scat committee throughout the local Progress Village, a Negro area, attacked a white youth on
areas agers
; tion-eve rally in Los Angeles. involved in any "stop Goldwa ended a 12-year division be- range from 89 to 66 at Talla- tered, mostly afternoon showers. branches. We will emphasizevoter Burns got one vote. "That sup- a train in lower Manhattan,
ter" movement tween factions led by Morrisonand the statement that
or acting as a ports Negroes
Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel and registration, voter educa- beating him and knifing him in
front man for other possible outgoing national commit- voted for High, and they
). former Sen. William F. Know- tion and getting people out to the sshoulder. All five teen-
contenders.The teeman Bernard J. Boyle, who did," he says. "But it was a
t land, state managers for Rock- vote. agers were arrested.On .
did not seek re-election. @UttuartcCORENNA! of the
< Negro peopleto
efeller and Goldwater, broke the New York governor'ssorces The drive began last winter response Saturday night about 25
States pledged to Rockefellerand the problems that affect
Sunday calm, however, in a na- have drawn fire-and de- when the NAACP announced youths went wild on a ferry en

1 tionally televised set-to onNBC's nials-from the Goldwater fac- Goldwater are the only plans to register 300,000 Negro Negroes. route from Staten Island to

"Meet the Press." tion with assertions that right- ones on the California ballot, PETE GOLDEN voters. "I don't know 'how closewe i His one disappointment, says Manhattan. Shouting, dancing

Knowland charged "smear" wingers are backing the senator and write-in votes are not per- MONTGOVERY ORANGE LAKE Pete Golden came," says Harper. "I .Harper didn't vote., was "It that doesn't more Negroes do and terrorizing passengers

against Rockefeller's assertionsthat in a systematic plan to take mitted.In STARKE Services for Co- 61, a former Williston resident know we didn't reach 300,000. any they swept food and drinks off

the Arizona senator speaks over control of the state GOP. New York, 20 delegate renna Kirkland Montgomery, 84, died unexpectedly at his But the drive was highly suc- good to get 1,000 people registered "- the refreshment counter, stole
and 500 to the
only get polls.
only for the "extremist" element Conservatives already control candidates are backing the sen- who died at a Starke Hospital home here yesterday.He cessful in many areas, he says- candy and took $90 from the
He he doesn't have
in the Republican party. I three of the volunteer party or- ator and five others are uncom Saturday, were scheduled for Pinellas, Hillsborough, Duval says com- cash register.

Kuchel, who like Knowlandwas ganizations. mitted. But Rockefeller is expected 4 pjn. Monday in Rocky Ham- was a native of Alabamaand and Marion counties. Most impressive plete figures yet, but "it's just Friday night, a white schoolteacher

to,win about 70 of them. had spent most of his life of all my opinion that we didn't get
a political protege of for- I mock Cemetery in Levy Coun- to Harper, was Miss Charlotte Lipsik,
mer Gov. Earl Warren, de- ,similar battle for party con- Ten at-large delegates will be in Williston. the drive in Gad ien County more than 60 per cent. 38, was raped and killed in the

clared Goldwater has alteredhis trol,, backgrounds the Salinger- chosen later by the state GOP ty.She was born in Levy Coun- Survivors include his widow where the Negro registrationwas When the registration books Crown Heights section of Brook-

position several times on Cranston duel, except that here committee.Also ty In 1880 and lived in Starke Fordyce Orange Lake increased from 68 to 348. are reopened, he says] the NAA- lyn. A group of ultra:orthodox
; a son, CP will its
it's less a question of political to be elected Tuesday for the past three years. Carl and "If you know Gadsden Coun reopen registrationdrive. Hasidic Jews have formed a
daughter Janice of
than which Demo- His committee will also
philosophy are 14 GOP delegates. South She was a member of the Ce- Williston; two brothers Colum- ty," he says, "you know that private radio-car police patrolin
will be the records of
cratic clique stay on top. analyzing
Consltlart. Dakota. dar Key Church of God. bus, Reddick, and Fred, Opa- means the overcoming of fear. Burns and Republican Charles that area in an effort to curb
Over the weekend Goldwater Survivors include two daugh- In March, Harper's committeesat nighttime terrorism.
The Republican presidentialand locka; five sister!!, Mrs. Lo- Holley of St. Petersburg for the
Democratic senatorial battles picked off Mississippi's 13 GOP ters, Mrs. Hallene Bell, Starke, rene Westphal, Island Grove, down to analyze the records guidance of voters in the
T Negro
Accord have almost obscured the delegates-as expected. and Mrs. Hazel Johns, Crystal Mrs. Mae Helton, Anniston, and philosophies of every candidate November general election, he NOW OPEN

fact that Democrats will decidea Some 260 Republican dele- River; a brother, John Kirk- Ala., Mrs. Elsie Hogan, Mrs. for state and nation1 liice adds.

squabble for control of their gates will be named this week land, Dunellon and four grand- Lemerle Dutton and Miss Mau- on the issue of eq :l rights. The "There is that Burns. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Is no surety
Signed to the Dem- children. die analysis was distributed at the ALL YOUR FAVORITE
154-vote delegation including 10 at-large in the Ne- Golden, all of Hcgansville, is to be of Florida
going governor -
of the NAACP's"This BRANDS
ocratic National Convention inAugust braska state convention today. Jones Funeral Home of Starkeis Ga., April meeting "

MOSCOW.(&) Th$ United in charge of arrangements.MRS. was not an endorse- says Harper. Liquors
States and riKe-Soviet! tnfen ,. 'n '1 \ % -, NELL LOVE Funeral services will be at ment," says Harper. "We do not But if he wins-and Holley isEarl 0 Wines

signed today a convention to Mayor Samuel W. Yorty of TedJennedys Mrs. Nell Bly Love, 65, of 3 p. m. tomorrow in the Wil- endorse any candidate. We say 0 Beer

set up consulates in each oth- Los Angeles entered a rival Lose Belleair-Clearwater, died todayat liston First Presbyterian to the people 'Here is the recordof C. MayRepresenting FREE DELIVERY

er's countries. It would give slate to compete with the dele- Baby the University of Florida Church with Dr. T. R. Har- what the candidates stand ,

Americans detained in the Soviet gation headed by Gov. Brown. Medical Center. vill officiating. for.'" PAUL1SPackage'Store

Union the right to see U.S. Both are uncommitted but their WASHINGTON AP) Mrs. She was a native of Emporia, Burial will be in Orange Hill The records, he says, favored The Equitable Life
chairmen have pledged to sup- Edward M. Kennedy, wife of Cemetery under the Assurance Society
officials. Kan. and a resident of Gaines- directionof High for governor, Earl Fair-
President Johnson announced port President Johnson at the the Massachusetts senator lost ville three months.A Knauff Funeral Home. cloth for attorney general and FR 2-3576 1318 E. University Ave.

completion of the negotiationswith Atlantic City gathering. an expected baby through a memorial funeral service

the Soviets last Wednes- miscarriage today. ,will be held tomorrow at 5 pjn.

day. He called the treaty "a Dr. William J. Cusack, Mrs.Kennedy's I at the University Episcopal

significant step in our continu- ,Others Heed said Mrs. personal physician, Church ChapeL Rev. EdwardM. VISIT THE FESTIVAL OF GAS FIRST Af THE WOJ&P$

ing efforts to increase contacts Kennedy was resting .. Berckman will officiate.

and understanding" betweenthe comfortably at Georgetown Uni- Survivors include her hus-
Call to versity Hospital here. She
Soviet and American people. was band, Edgar L. Love of Gaines-

The treaty offers .Americans: in the early stages of pregnancy ville; two daughters, Mrs. r,
the doctor
T In the Soviet Union "a greater Viet Nam said. James A. McFaddzean, Napier- ; t
Mrs. Kennedy 27 entered the
degree of consular protectionthan ville, III. and Mrs. Lee S. Bel-

ever before" Johnson hospital Sunday in an attemptto I low, Skokie, Ill. and one sister,
SAIGON, South Viet Nam avoid a miscarriage.
Mrs. Edith Evans Denver.
said.When this first bilateral (AP)-President Johnson's call Cusack is professor of clinical The family requests that in Ltni xi =t r
for more flags to support the obstretrics and
treaty between the two governments gynecologyat lieu of flowers contributions be
war in South Viet Nam
has been ratified by the Georgetown University Med- sent to the Nell Love Memorial ; 4 3 M
has brought favorable responses ical School. aft' '"
UJS. Senate and the Soviet Par- Fund at the UF Medical Center, $
from than 18 nations, but Mrs.:
more Kennedy lost another
liament, it will bind the Soviet in care of Dr. George A. B. .
Union to a fundamental changeof the United States will continue expected baby by miscarriagein I Cowan. A 4' ,
shouldering the biggest propor- May, 1963. g
.policy with American pris- MRS. MARY GRAY
tion of the burden. She and Sen. Kennedy have
oners. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Phillips
existedIn The United States provides 97 two children, Kara, 4, and Ed-
If the convention Gray, 85, a former school teacher ,
1960 when U2 pilot Francis per cent cf the foreign aid received ward M. Jr., 3. died Saturday at Alachua 7 4 ,/

Gary Powers was shot down I by the government of i' 19 General Hospital. She lived at

over the Soviet Union, U.S. con- South Viet Nam. The aid expected InjuredAt 120 NW 7th Ter.

sular officials would have had from other countries is not I Race She was the widow of Wil- t.

the legal right to talk with him. likely to reduce this percentage.I TrackLOUTH liam H. Gray, who died in 1945. $4i M69- -J

But Soviet practice has been to It will probably increase. CAP-Nine-i She had lived here for 17 .z
deny access to prisoners under Officials say responses received teen were injured Sunday years, after moving from Ten-
investigation and In many so far from other nations nessee. She was a member of

cases under trial and Imprisonment I range from "encouraging" tc when an automobile spun the First Methodist Church of
inaccessible off the track during a stock car Tenn. and of the Or-
Powers was "enthusiastic. But most have Kingsport,
race and into the crowd.
to U.s. officials. been in general terms, and discussions II der of the Eastern Star.
The car went out of control
The right of access clause are still in the initial Survivors include two daugh-
difficult to after it was sideswiped and ters Mrs. Geraldine Col-'
was one of the most stage. Gray
negotiate in talks that began :smashed through two wire cord, Gainesville and Mrs. Edith"Cliff
Most of the aid Is expected to
fences and
a barrier of
U.S. Em hay White of Knoxville ;
here last September ; one
be economic, technical and med- 4 )
bales before Into the
said. Elmer of Knoxville two
bassy officials ;
ical. It will be aimed at the
Other points concerned trans- grandchildren and five great- _
and tailored to
fer of property left by death, population One person was seriously in- grandchildren.Burial _
their needs. Ihe5th _
and legal immunities of con Officials concede that the aid jured and eight others hospitalized will be at Kingsport, _
Soviet re- The rest released Tenn. but
sular officials. At countries contribute prob- were arrangements were _
he United States agreedto other after treatment for minor in- imcomplete this morning. Wil _
quest, be
will continue to a dropin '
broader privileges on both the bucket compared to the juries. The driver was not in- liams-Thomas Funeral Home is Anniversary of I _

granted jured. in of local .
sides than are usually U.S. effort..But it may have an charge arrangements.Karen.

consuls.Lake Okeechobee- Is the source.I. free imoortant"It world will symbolic broaden support for the value.the base war of Last Day to Sign Up .' Natural! Gas in Florida' '

of water for the Everglades National effort In South Viet Nam and For
Park. help counter charges that this ProgramThe
is American war, one -
Gainesville Sun an said. final day for sign up In Farris, ando Anne -w

the Gainesville Sun .
Boys' Club Farris.
The United States maintains
Published evenings except in Learn to Swim program will: In the 8:45 session Anthony C
about 16,000
mom'not -
Saturday: by the Gainesville Pub- South Viet Nam and is pouring be today until 9 pjn. The program Laurenza, David Clark, Walt

lisning Company at 101 SE. $500 million a. year into the ,begins Thursday with Vaughn, Dathna Hammers, Bfl- Gainesville G 'C'-ompnny

2nd Place. Gainesville.second Florida class country in military and economic :- three classes daily, at 8, 8:45 anne Flanagan Alice Flanigan,

and nutter entered at the as Post Office at aid. It has recently prom- and 9:45 ajn. at the. Carol Estates Gail Reaves, David Reaves Dianne -QA ,

Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION ised an additional |125 million. poolBoys'Club- Flanagan Alice Flanogan,

RATES BY The next biggest contributor, staff members'and, Allicele Flannigan, Kimberly 237 W UNIV;, AVE. 372-6391 .

CARRIER OR MAIL France, has provided an aver- volunteers win be led by Foy' Applegale Teddy Hendricks,

,1 Week .45 age of $5 million a year over Stephens in directing the eight-i Walter Fletcher Cindy Parslow, ( .
WWe '
I 3 M... $S.15 the last 10 years in economic day program, with more 'than [Timothy Myers, Water Anderson are proyd. to be a part of the Natural Gas Industry fa.' """" -------------
technical and cultural aid. 200 expected to take part as Elaina Allen, Candy Hfltz. I
be All paid mall in advance.subscriptions must' Contributions of all the other [l learners in'the second annual And in the 9:45 session-Scott Florida! This modem fuel, which is_now supplied to almost I Com by and,.ay hello! W 'tf ljk. 1 I ,

nations combined total less than swim program. Burchfield, Julie Burchfield, every major population center and Industrial are*:of our state I to demonstrate that Natural GkJ t;:

Circulation Member of Audit Bureau of $10 million a year. New registrants ate: 8 a.m.I Colleen Schank, David Schank comes through hundreds ot miles of pipeline from Texas end f as MODERN as torrwrrow_ :: .

This includes contributionsfrom I I session-Mary Piker Jeff Jackie' Louisiana fields. Thanks an i investment Into the lY have ,
..ui b Hall. Curry, Rodney Melchert, gas running a HANDY GIFT for ypu, ," \c,
All II'Iterl.CMI1Md' N.
!tie property e* !tie G to *vtllCompany. Australia New Nancy Stephens Bernard [Gus Melchert, Patrick Tracy, h.undreds.of millions_ of dollars, you can now enjoy.th. progres* to how: ,our .ppl.t.U Qh .tor : i'i-
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About It's Unending War More AboutPrayer Holiday Nehru Successor -.

1 In The I

Road Toll !

; From Page 1 On Plant BugsBy From Page 1 6 in FloridaBy Choice EmergesNEW I CapitolWASHINGTON

governor, said the high tribun -

Washington for recommendations HERVEY SHARPE to wait out the tattle of nature al's decision was "not surprising THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DELHI, India (AP- The usually wellinformedTimes (AP-In the

.: that could lead to military Agricultural Extension Service then try a malathion spray. -it" was just a question of holiday weekend accidents -The battle to succeed the late of India reported 'the news from Washington:

pressures against Communist when. took at least 10 lives In Prime Minister Nehru appeared field is now clear for the unanimous
North Viet Nam, source of muchof Roses may be red but you Mites or red spider are Justice William 0. Douglas, Florida.Six VIET NAM: Rep. Melvin
today to be swinging in
heavily election" of Shastri.
the trouble in Laos and South will feel blue if you don't prevent -six legged crawlers no more joined by Justice Hugo L. Black, Laird, R-Wis., says the Johnson

Viet Nam. bugs from gnawing on than 1-50. inch long. Often said they agreed in reversingthe persons died in traffic accidents -favor of Lai Bahadur Shastri, Desai also said Kamaraj probably -administration is mapping plansto

i roses before they do. there is quite a build-up of dam- Florida court on the main is- three drowned and one minister without portfolio. ButShastri's will advise the party to carry the Vietnamese war

Any decision involving milItary -' age dealing spiders before you sue in the case. suffered fatal burns in a house leading challenger refused -elect Shastri. i into Communist North Viet
moves would mark a significant : rascals.The little The varmints are sneaky notice that the rose leaves take Douglas'said, However that fire.The to give up. Nehru refused to nominatehis Nam.

t t. turn in U.S. policy,: moement you turn on an off yellow color.A that he and Black felt that there death toll from traffic ac Former Finance Minister Mo- successor before he died
: which far your back, they're apt to zip out cidents Wednesday saying it would be But Laird who heads the Republican
so has avoided such was less than half of the ,
was at least an arguable pointas rarji Desai the No. 2 candidate
from host and begin hand lens is needed
action a nearby plant to discover 13 undemocratic. National Convention's
against North Viet predicted by the Florida
whether said
to Miami taxpayershad a report that he had with I
, I Nam.' munching on the best rose in mites. You'll find some Highway Patrol. He apparently expected his platform committee stopped.
standing to challenge bac. drawn was "all propagandafrom I
the garden. mites are whitish and virtually Robert Lee Wetchel 18. of political heirs to thrash out the short of saying the administration .

It was understood that U.S. officials colorless. Others may be tan, calaureate! services, religious Tampa drowned Sunday-while the other side. issue in a public meeting. But would actually use such _
Not do
only insects chomp I census among pupils, and the religious -
have been reddish
" considering seriously away at the plants, but, worst or purple. test for teachers. swimming in Tampa Bay. Mrs. It appeared, however, that the party high command, fear plans.

a variety of possible of There number Helen Rowland 36, of Lakeland ranking members of the ruling ful that a fight would split the Asked about Lairds statement
all they eat the pride out of are a of spray However, Douglas said he believes
.pressures, ranging from demonstrations a gardener's prestige. To pro- chemicals that will kill mites.. the baccalaureate serv [drowned! while swimming at Congress party were lining up party, turned over to Kamarajthe made Sunday on a recorded -

North Viet of Nam strength outside tect that pride you've got to conquer Some old standby materials include ices and the religious census did Saddle Creek Park and 19yearold behind Shastri and that he job of finding out which radio interview a State Department

to more direct a horde of creatures with Kelthane, Aramite and not present substantial Federal Sanford McClelland Jr. would be elected by acclamation candidate is the most popular. spokesman said it is

military- moves as a guerrilla drowned in Lake at a party meeting Tues U.S. policy to take whatever-
counter-offensive. chewing, sucking, piercing or Tedion. questions, and so he agreed with Tohopekaliga CrisisROME -

rasping mouth parts. the dismissal as to them. But as near St. Cloud. day.Party Italy steps may be necessary to protect -

Official American quartersnow Bagworms are an interestingpest. to the religious test for teachers, Hardy Mobley, 58, burned to leaders asked party I Southeast Asia from a Communist

tend to consider the prob- The' worst foes of roses are Numerous sacks or bags Douglas said he and Black death in a house fire in Arcadia President Kumaraswaml Ka- (AP-Economic) difficulties takeover.

lems of Laos and South Viet thrips, mites (red spider) and dangling from foliage strippedrose thought a substantial questionwas Sunday. maraj to poll leading membersand have brought Premier

Nam in tandem-rather than aphids. bushes are mute evidenceof presented and both felt the Oliver Bolithe, 19, of St. Pet- advise which candidate Aldo moro's coalition government RED TRADE: The House Foreign .

separately as targets of the what happened to the leaves. high court should hear argument ersburg was killed in a three- should be elected. He was reported close to a crisis that could Affairs Committee has released -
Young thrips are yellowish
same Communist threat facingall minute slender creatures. A Hand picking and burning the on the issue. car accident Sunday.A finding a Shastri boom. I result in its fall. a report on "recent developments -

of Southeast Asia. trash glued pods will put an Justice Potter Stewart said he II Fort Pierce child, Daryll Kamaraj said which candidatehe With inflation worsening and in the Soviet bloc"
mature wisp of a thrip is about
end to this leaf eater. Baker 4 killed in foreign exchange resources that a more liberal policyon
Since Pathet Lao forces in 1-40 inch long. The little favored hearing the entire appeal Saturday will propose is far from set. urges
I an accident there. tIed. He said he would meet 300 dwindling, there is considerable East.West trade.
filed the Miami
Laos began a spring push several pests feed by rasping the plant There are some 19 species of by parents
who objected to the Florida Supreme George Monticino, 49, of Mi- Congress officials, including De opposition among Moro's Christian "The President should be given -
weeks ago, there has beena surface, then sucking the sap as scale insects that attack roses.
ami and his father Joe 81 sai and Democrats to reforms the authority to expand tradein
noticeable hardening of U.S. it oozes from the wound. The most serious are Florida Court decision. should have a good idea

official thinking on North Viet red and cottony cushion scales. When the U.S. Supreme Court were killed in a crash on U.S. of how things shaped un by promised the Socialists to get nonstrategic commodities"with

Nam. Often, thrips fly to roses in Rose scale is a third rate pest. decided the Maryland and Penn- 1 in Miami.An tonight. them to join the coalition. the Soviet Union and Eastern

huge number from nearby 'feylvania cases, on June 17, Orlando man, Harold Carpenter Europe "on a limited and

North Viet Nam Is supplyingmen pIa n t I. During flowering Most scale insects attach 1963 it had the Florida Bible- 58, died Thursday night selective basis in furtherance of

arms and equipment to insurgents periods it's a good idea to dust themselves to the rose plant reading and prayer case before when he was struck by a bus in Barry May Get State Vote specific foreign policy objectives -

in both Laos and South [ after and Pine Castle just south of Orlan the said.
the blooms with either dieldrinor soon hatching, rarely it. However, no decision was report

Viet Nam. Looming behind lindane. move from their feeding site for reached then in the Florida case
North Viet Nam is Communist Aphids are a menace to tender the rest of their lives. Mealy. and It was sent back to the Florida pedestrian tentatively identified But 1st Must Join FactionsMIAMI SHORTAGE: Sen. William-

China. rose shoots and buds be- bugs are an exception. They Supreme Court with directions as.J. B. McConiff, was Proxmire, D-Wis., denounced to-

The United States has been cause of their rapid reproduction -' remain mobile throughout life. for reconsideration in viewof killed early Sunday when he (AP-The slate of un and Cramer was making a grab day as "senseless, as well as

trying to get across the point was struck by a car in North. centsless" the Treasury Department's
rate. the rulings in the Maryland pledged Republican convention for control of the party mach-
that it intends to stay in South These "stick tight" scales
: east Miami. "incredible shortsightedness -
east Asia-that it will never Incidentally, don't blame; lose their legs and antennae and Pennsylvania cases. delegates elected in Tuesday's inery. ,
which has resulted in
withdraw while nations there gentlemen aphids for the dam with their first molt and become Florida's Supreme Court reconsidered primary still leans heavily toward An Associated Press poll of 24 per-
the worst of coinsin
want its help.It age. It's a fact that flippant, small round or pear shaped and reaffirmed its Natural Gas Sen. Barry Goldwater, of of the 34 voting delegates show haps nation's shortage"

also has been trying females] often reproduce genera.I outlines. The outer surface may earlier decislonthat the' Miami Arizona but he may have to I that the majority still were loyalto our history.

through the medium of official tion after generation without take on a waxy covering a practices were'valid.. The case Week Begins patch up a intraparty split to Goldwater but waiting for a

statements to bring home to the any males around. Regardlessof powdery coat or a cottony fin came back to the U.S. Supreme I sew up its 34 votes. sign from him asking for sup Negroes GetDiplo118S

North Vietnamese that they are sex, the aphids feel by suck. bit They feed by inserting a Court again on an appeal by the Gov. Farris Bryant has pro- I port.

asking for trouble by continuingto ing the sap from the tender tiny thread like beak into the objecting Miami parents.Florida's 'claimed June 1-6 as Natural Goldwater rankled straight Brown says he considers the At

support Communist! rebellions plants, causing the- .riant-- to-- to-- rose plant and sucking out the Supreme Court stated Gas Industry Week in recognition i line Republicans by his rejectionof victory of the unpledged slate
Come deformed. the state's Bible reading law, a pledged slate of electors
Cramer's to be -
over a
in neighboring'countries. I plant juices. of the of the group
Nature may take a hand in being based on secular considerations .-growing importance in ;sponsored by the party organi- mandate from Florida Republicans Birl1inghaulBIIIIGHAM
APPLICATION the Sunshine
NOTICI.FOK Of TAX 0110 controlling aphids. If you look I Methods of controlling scales was similar to Sunday State.gas industry zation in favor of one headed by that the slate remain un

NOTICC II$eC.HCKSBY,...U. ..s.ClVEN. thltAllenllc at an army of aphids you may and other rose insects are not closing laws which have been The U.S. Rep. William Cramer of St. pledged until convention time. Ala. (AP-
governor's proclamationmarks
of tho: Municipal following Corporation certificate hat tn. holder filed- spot a friend the syrphid-fly I the same in every section of upheld by the U.S. Supreme the observance of the Petersburg.The Pawley said he believed the of desegregated _
schools in this
said eartlflcate for a tile cited to be larva, deflating the Juice froman the state.So before applying any Court.Veterinarian. fifth anniversary of the completion party slate, headed by majority would vote for Goldwater. -
Issued thereon. The certificate numbersnd industrial city received diplomas -
year of Issuance* the description aphid larva at the rate of onea insecticide be sure to chat withyour of the 1,500-mile( natural gas Tom Fairfield Brown, state GOP "We campaigned as a Gold- _
of the property, and the names In minute. The braconld county agricultural agentor chairman and millionaire William without incident Sunday.
which It was ...lIsed'are as foIlowsCsrtIflCstS : wasp pipeline from Texas and Louisiana water slate, he said. "I believeit Powell and Patricia
No. 3M Veer of Usance 112 dreds of aphids by laying its your garden supply store Pawley of Miami, was con- Josephine
Description of Property Pine Ridge PB gas fields to Florida. is important that we not be Marcus graduated from West
D-33 Lot 31 eggs inside the aphid.If manager. They will recommendthe Given AwardDr. "The Natural Gas Industry verted to unpledged under Flor. infantile (about his selection of
End and Richard
High A. Walker
In which! aiMSMd Charliamaa
Nam best chemical to and
you don't have the patience use ida law when Goldwater "
Johnson Heirs continues to contribute toward gave the Cramer slate). from High School.
All of said property being In the NOTICE OP APPLICATION the proper dosage. Leonard E. Swanson, University the growth of Florida's the nod to Cramer's The Ramsay ___
econ- group. Brown-Pawley slate on in
County of Alachva.' State of Florida.Unless FOR TAY n..n Their families sat in the
such certificate or eertifleatM NOTICEIS.H it av- NOTICI OP SHERIFF'S SALE of Florida by The result was a rift in party
hall be redeemed according to law the Atlantic GIVEN, that By virtue of an execution Issued out of of omy constantly increasing 10 of Florida's 12 congressional integrated auditoriums of the
certificate Municipal 1 Corporation the hold- the Court of Record In and for Alachua has been named reciptient employment and in- loyalty and charges by Brown
property described 'hi sucti er of the following certificates, flied corporate districts. The Cramer slate's as the three entered with _
County Florida In
or certificates win be told to the high- said certificates for a tax deed to be Is state the case of Inter. the Distinguished Alumnus vestments the proclamation that Goldwater broke commitment school
est bidder at the court house door on sued thereon. The Photo Supply Corporation versus a two delegates won in one district in alphabeticalorder.
tho first /Monday In Month of JUl..1mt and year of Issuance certificate, / numbers Hooper-Mozert Corporation dated the Award of the College of Veterinary reads.MOIEY. with the state organization
the and the other in doubt.
description 5th day of March, "6have was .
which U the- dlii flay July of which the If property, and the names In upon the following property to wit: Medicine from Ohio State __ u_
Osted this rth day of Mey, W44. Certificate was assessed are as follows: Sekonlc zoom < mm model 100 camera
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requests bids for services to be purchased property 1 Used Bolex ISL camera his research on parasitic Dn wi again ever.
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of Alachua County. Florldai will be sold to the highest bidder 1 Plash adapter kit eases of domestic animals joined They include aerial surveillance : II I
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offle* ef the Board of County Como, Monday Is Iq Moflttt Of July. MM, Which 1 Keystone tao protector the University odds against three in t by the Navy and Air Force .
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specified shell not be considered. of the property and tilt the description 1 ILL remote cords said certificates tor a tax deed to be through November 30. -or any of the names se 2. A second and third marine '
names In Issued thereon. The certificate numbersand Atlantic and Gulf coasts
Each bid must be accompanied by which It was assessed / 2 Keystone movie guns lected for the 1964 storms will goes
are as follows: of Issuance, the description automatic meteorological station -
I certified check, or bid bond. In an Certificate No. 343-Year of Issuance M 62 1 Comet M flash guns the years property and the names in Except for details of aerial into its 30th year of service June
mount not less than five per cant (S, Description of Property Jerv Park PB 1 Kodak brownie (mm cameras of which It was assessed are as follows: surveillance and several innova- become as infamous as Donna,' (MAMOS) will be anchoredin t'
per cent of the be.. bid as guaranteethat C-44 Lots M.20 Bk B Name In I Smith-Victor Sun GunsFalrchild
which Issuance 1962
I Certificate No. 342 Year of the killer of the Gulf of Mexico to 15.Dunn
1 ( projector report
bidder not withdraw from assessed Viola mm 19.
the- will Jones.
PB tions this these .
Description of Property Waltes S-D year, prepara- says there will be no experiments ,
1 Used Bolex CIS
the competition after tho opening of I All of said property being In the A-142 Lot 5 & He "Floridahad weather information by radio 1
bids and If awarded the contract he County of Alachua State of Florida. 2 -. wink-lights Lot 4 pit in hurricane control
will within' ten (10) consecutive calendar Unless such certificate or certificates 1 Used Polaroid HOB camera's less S 10 ft Bk 3 hurricanes btwee from waters seldom sailed by I
days after i written notice be given the I shall be redeemed according to law 1 Graflex strip prelectorUsed ,such as cloud this year.
Name In which assessed Sara Brad'eyHeirs 1951 and the seeg.
award enter Into I written contract the property described In such certificateor 1 Graflex strip protectors\ 500 WattBalmlte Klan Meet present t any ships. The lack
S. Son
with The Board of County Commissioners certificates will be sold to the highest I 50 protectors All of said property being In the period in its first MAMOS, set out in reason, explains, i I
1 Fairchild cameras (not zoom) metrologicl h Te
The accepted bidder
In accordance pro- at the court house door on the of
of Alachua. State of PlorIdaVnlesa money.
the successful bidder fall first Monday In Month of 1 Used CL Bolex w-zoom lensFilter County tory. reason why first warning of Hurricane
posal. Should I July. MM such certificate er certificatesshall n gave .
1 Assortment ( 100 fllten) Under Weather Bureau
contract tile bid bond which I the 4th ef app. policy
10 enter Info a day July MM.
liquidated damages.The 2 Zelss Ikon cameras be redeemed according to law the Draws 150LAKE 1964 could not hurricane free. Ethel two years later.
bail be forfeited as Dated ttils Itth day ef May, MM. b
described In such certificateor the of storms
1 Pr Tessar 15mm lensPreTessar property names major ,
bid bond and performance bond J B. Carmichael The of relativecalmexcepting
i I 1 35mm lens certificate will be sold to the highest long period The new ones will be stationed
obtained from an agency of a Clerk of Circuit Court of for
hall be Donna retired
bidder at the court house door on are
surety or insurance company which Alachua County. Florida 2 Zeiss Ikon BacksAnd Donna is a hundreds of miles out into the suc a
shall have an established place of business (J37 ) ,:,. Ie 15. 22 that I as Sheriff of Alachua County.iorida. the first Monday In Month ef July BUTLER A Here is the list for 1964
ifM. which I* the ,th day of July meet of to forecasters.Tey year.
In Alachua County. Florida and I will on Monday the 29th day cause concern Gulf south and southeast of Galveston -
licensed to conduct business NOTICE OF APPLICATION of June MM between the hours of 22U. ing to enlist new which is the same as the 1960
be duly FOR TAX DEED 11:00 am. and 2:00 p.m.. In front of Dated this 29th day of May. 1'J. ". fear residents, particularly Texas.
therein All work: shall be completed In accordance NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that .the North door of the Courthouse Gainesville B. CARMICHAELClerk ing to enlist new membr of new and those living 3. In the Caribbean at Barba. [list except for Donna:
and specifications Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder Alachua County Florida offer for of Circuit Court of the Ku Klux on Foridia I Abby, Brenda Cleo, Dora
with the plans ,
examined at the office of the following certificates has filed sale said property and sell the same to Alachua County, Florida Stte j whee no has passed in a dos weathermen loft bal
which may be County Engineer said certificates for a tax deed to be the highest bidder for cash to satisfy (33301 ':1. *. 15. 22 Road 121 about three miles : wi :Ethel Florence Gladys, Hilda,
of R. J. Miller. ,.... decade, discount hurricane carrying transmitters -
documents be used tilt The certificate numbers said execution and costs. The property NOTICE Of APPLICATIONFOR may lon ,'
set of such may south of here Isabel.
A night
Saturday Janet Katy Lila -
,btalned! from R. J. Miller County and years of Issuance the description: having been levied upon by me and TAX DEED | to extremely high altitudes ,
Gainesville. Florida.Bidder of the property and the names In will be sold as the property of the Sec. It4.lt P S. drew attendance of about 150. warnings. Nita. Roxie, Stella !
Engineer must be acceptable to and which It was assessed are as follows defendant Hooper-Mozert Corporation. NOTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVEN. that Preparedness is the reason for for a look at ,the top- of the Otte Paua.
eppreved* by till Florida State Road Certificate No. 359 Year of Issuance ltdEast J. M. Crevasse. Jr.florid.. Sheriff Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder The number of members signedup the hurricane center, he adds, clouds. I ,,Trudy, Vest an Winny.
Description of Property Court PBC Alachua County.
Cepan.ent for contract work with that of the following certificates has filed was not :
2J Lots 4.7 (3374) 4:1, I. 15. 22 said certificates for a tax deed to be dclose for man has yet to devise a way 4. A hurricane research project 5R esdEesB
i9Ne Wddor may withdraw Ms bid for Name In which assessed J. M. a> Luclla IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Issued thereon. Till certificate number Due to presence of the ,
S period of sixty (W) days after the Waters JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA .. and years of Issuance the description the of the three to alt the course of such a has developed a techniquefor
dato set for the opening of bIcILProtalt All ef saW property'1Ie'1IGI' In County of |.he property and the names to pre identity using electronic computers Food FreezerBUY
hi duplicate -of Alachua State of Florida which ft assessed
snail to submitted IN PROBATE. was are as follows: speakers was not revealed. I.
on the Proposal Fronts furnished Unless. such certificate or certificatesshall IN RE: ESTATE OF Certificate No. 550 Year ef Issuance iNS | With each succeeding year, to produce weather forecasts. ,
be redeemed according to law The Two them the IN .
extra copies of expounded QUANTITY.
SCHENCK. Description Property Orange Summit
spacrncatlans. DONALD M.
of the
part .
property descrIbed hi such certificate o techniques for spotting the formation This system will used for the
of which art available at the office of or Deceased.Te PB "15. SWU ef SCtt C ef b
certificate will be MId te the highest Ail Creditors and Persons Having Melrose Orange Lane Road Less Lots white supremacy de, while this MAKE
the County engineer. of tropical storms first time the
bidder the court house door en the 34 te 41 Inc Bk C -ft ye. wit MEL
less i
The Board of County Commissioners Claims er Demands Against Said Estate lots 1 to the third a
reserve the right to rein any end! first Monday hi Month ., July MM", : 24 Inc Bk L .less lots I & Plo a be tracing their paths become computing done Food Freezer! '
ell bid and to waive Informalities' and! which .Is The 4th day of July MM. You and each ef you era hereby notified 12 Inc & 33-34 Bk P t less lots 1 to man, attributed the ills i I I
to readverttse. end to award the contract Dated this arm day of May MM. and required to present any claims 14 Bk. Inc. K Orange Summit. See 12 t sophisticated.Here 5. Later in the season, the De
In the best Interest ef Alachua J. B CARMICHAEL and demand which you or either of TWP. 10 S Rga. 22 E. world to a worldwide conspiracyon several new wrin of Defense plans
Cerk ef Circuit Court of you. may have against the estate of Name In which assessed Aline L. Nash the of Jews a pet fo
County.M.. DAVIS. CHAIRMAN Alachua County. Florida DONALD M. SCHENCK deceased late All of said property being In the County part commut. ke for 1964: time to use jet aircraft, I It
(332) 4:1. t. IS. 22 of said County. to the County of of Alachua. State ef Florida. and
capitts. The National Aeronautics the WB47 for its aerial
ALACHUA Notice ef "Application. for Tax Deed Alachua County' Florida, at hIs office Unless such certificate or certificatesshall se P! 1
COUNTY. FLORIDA Sec .1" IM. In the court house of said County at be redeemed according! to law the The program included an invocation and Space Administration plans lance operations.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Gainesville Florida within six calendar property described In such certificate or the
ALACHUA COUNTY Atlantic Municipal Corporation the hold months from the time ef the first certificates will be sol-l to the highest by a preace. to orbit its first Nimbus weather The regulars in the burr
BOARD OF PUIUC INSTRUCTIONOalBMvMo. er of the following certificates has filed publication of this notice. Each claimor bidder at the court house door on the first ritual of a
Florida said certificate for a tax deed to be demand shall be In writing end shall Monday In Month of, July. 1M4 which css con
PURCHASE OItDER Issued thereon. The .certificate numbers state the place of residence and post is the 4th day of July. 144. ducted by Klansmen in fu '
P. 0. Ne. 751& and year of Issuance the description: office address of the claimant and shad Dated this 27th day of May ,,". regalia the speeches listed (
-The Board ef Public Instruct of of the property. and The. name hi be sworn te by the claimant his. agent. J. B. CARMICHAEL ItJ'll ,
Atacnua County. Florida will receive which It was assessed.are as follows: his attorney and any such claim or Clerk of Circuit Court of of donations and IF
bids for tho following: art supplies,, Certificate He. 3tJ-V... of Issuance M42 I demand not se filed shall be void. Alachua County Florida colecto 81 YOUCOMPARE
batteries dlsmveeher end dish tables Description ef Property Brush Addn DB BERTIE B. SCHENCK. (33se 4: 1.. t IS. ft cg prayer. I
lanrtertal supplies magazines moving ef 0-211 BK 24 S 4J ft of N 240 ft of As administratrix of the Estate ef
temporaries stove hood hot water toot W IM ft ef Bk 24 C ef Airedonde DONALD M. SCHENCK deceased A Growing Family I
jr. tanks adding machine' tirts electrical St.. Name hi which assessed F. Weaver, fSSTl ':1. .. )S, 22
work resurfacing perking tot end I III.I Needs A Fnef
drive-way. flooring work* and aktmlnum AH ef saW property being hi the '
wtnfOWL County of Alachua State of Florida. Food Locker! ,
Unless such certificate er certificates .
Sealed bids will to opened at lbs School Shan be redeemed according te law the SAME I
when 1 ,
eard Meeting" June f. 14X at 3:00 property described hi such certificateor fur
obtain a certificate wia be sow to the highest I *
'..m. Persons Interested may yy buy Blest. $*..
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: iun -THE I I 6 M Our. Viet Nam Mistakes I

By WALTER UPPMANN military victory, or anything stop pretending that the South Southeast Asia means that, as
'JOHN R. HARRISON President and
fBblUhen PAT COWLES. Vic President It is fair enough to say, as like "a military victory, has Vietnamese pilots are capableof soon as our troops are withdrawn
i ED JOHNSOV, Tie President SOUTHI I Sen. Everett Dirksen did last been possible.. carrying out such an attack, from Saigon, the North

"' Florida's, Beautiful EBEKSOLE.tad EieeitlTt Tie Editors Prciideat W. G.and('Bill Advertising )- I week, that our policy in South- Even if one of the Presi- a declaration of war against Vietnamese and the Chinese
east Asia has been indecisive?
DirecUri BOB 'TARTAGCity' By RALPH MeGltLF dents had been willing to in- North Viet Nam and China by will move in. The honest an-
) University Indeed it has been.
Cireola- I ,
LIONE. Vic President ud
\ Prize Winning Publisher' tervene with an American the Congress of the United swer to this question, I be-
I ,Uoa Manager. Of the Atlanta (Gay ConititaUoa The reason for this indeci- Army on the scale of Korea, States. We cannot make war lieve, that if this can be pre-
sion, which has existed under even if he had unleashed the North
THE SUN'S POLICY on Viet Nam by execu- vented for a few years there
three Presidents Eisenhower Air Force, no acceptable or tive order. will be a chance that it will
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. TragedyInThe Kennedy and Johnson tolerable outcome was visible. not happen at all.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. is not that all three Presidents For once the American troops NO MAN LIVING can possibly -

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. have been weak and waveringmen. were,engaged, there would be know what such a war ALTHOUGH I realize that

The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 It is that since we allow- no way of withdrawing. The would precipitate or what the in the long run Southeast
-, Want Ads-376-4672 ed ourselves to become en- territory they had occupied Soviet Union would do, sinceit Asia is bound to lie within the
tangled in Southeast Asia would be reoccupied by the is still the ally of China. But Chinese sphere of influence -
there has been no good solu- Asian multitude who would be what we can be sure of is that as Chiang Kai-Shek has al-

South tion available which any of more fiercely determined than to go to war with China about ways insisted-I think it may
Good Teaching Should Be Rewarded"Good the three Presidents felt he ever to do away with the pres- South Viet Nam would be so be possible to prevent any
could be decisive about. ence of the Western white reckless an act as to damage sudden and overt occupationof
Projection of the problem
I After the French were de- man. deeply our influence throughout Southeast Asia. It be
mains undistorted. in edu- may
its own reward" Certainly
teaching brings of in the Southern
poverty Appalachians feated in 1954, our cardinal the world. It would be no feasible to make it too dangerous
; is a sentimental banality invented cation there is no substitute for qual- has begun to pro- mistake in Southeast Asia was THERE HAS NEVER been less unpopular in the United and not worthwhile in

l{ by lay boards of education ity. And we believe that good teach; duce mail. Much of it comes the decision of Secretary John any other way out of the dead- States.It comparison with the prospectsof

J and taxpayers' "protective associations" ing is the first ,and most important from rural counties or their Foster Dulles to treat South end street in Southeast Asia is not for access to the economic re-
I evade) the per- ingredient.One Viet Nam, which is an artifi- except to make a political easy any coun- sources of Southeast Asia
to answer (or depressed county seats. A con- national machinery and to try to repair its mistakes, es-
cial creation and not really a and beyond.I .
: sistent teacher salary problem. sensus theme runs through national state at all, as an exert what influence we can pecially those in which it has
I thing that worries us is the them: "Why not help the American protectorate and as by underwriting them. Pres- invested lives, money and think moreover, that if an

Fortunately, however, the saying apparent effort to exalt scholarshipat whole South? We have been an outpost of the West. ident Kennedy made a frag- moral judgements. But the international structure can be

r does have a lot of truth in it. There the expense of teaching. The discriminated against since mentary attempt to do this. original mistake in SoutheastAsia created, one which is guaran-
THE EISENHOWER ad- He tried it in Laos, but he allowed has to be repaired.The teed by the Soviet Union, the
personal satisfactions in function of a university is to deal the Civil War."
are great himself to remain en- United States, France, Great
ministration directed in this
to do this is to
work well done. Most persons do with students to guide, to aid, to None of the letters revealsan matter by. Secretary Dulles tangled in South Viet Nam, to a conference.way The chancesof go Britain and China, North Viet

things because they like to do them. inspire-as well as to extend the awareness that the South did not oppose, but it refusedto and he was drawn into an ever its being successful are not Nam will tend to go Titoist;

'. This is particularly true of those frontiers of knowledge. The mem- has withheld itself from support the settlement of enlarging, continually unsuc- brilliant, but at least we shall that is to say to remain Com-
who like teachers, are engaged in bers of the teaching staff should, Viet Nam which was worked cessful military struggle which not be alone. Even if the pros- munist, but not Chinese. What
f, service occupations. They bring a first of all, be teachers. And promo- and industrial progress. out at the first Geneva con- has no visible end. pects of a conference are not will do most for our real in-
There terests in Southeast Asia is
is a growing sophistication ference in 1954. The United
of tions should be determined the those who think as I do, brilliant, the military outlookof
I of responsibility and a spirit by To not to bomb Hanoi but to
sense in the South. But side States government helped to South Viet Nam is dismal cre-
self-dedication to their work. quality of teaching as well as the South that the military commitment ate a visible guarantee which
Diem chief of
by side with it is the uncom- pick as Asia has beena beyond words.I .
in makes it safe for Hanoi not to
of .
quality scholarship.But Viet Nam, and, until the coup
prehending parochialism of mistake, the question now have been asked whethera be, as it has always strivennot
of last autumn, Diem and his
i People also take up private pursuits the past. So it is that for many is hojv to discharge the com- negotiated settlement forWashington to be, a Chinese satellite.
(and hobbies) for the pleasure in every department of a uni- southerners the accustomed family were supported by us mitment honorably end to dis-
the rulers of South Viet
them-though they versity in dean's office in as safely. The basic prin-
v they derive from every patterns of life no longer offer Nam; and they became the engage
t may also derive material profit. every faculty personnel file, the pro- either solutions or reassur- clients of the United States. ciple is, I think, quite clear.
look for solution, MemoFrom
We must a
Artists their art for mental fessors' dossiers contain meticulousdata This put us in an inherently
pursue ance. This tragic lack of com- not by expanding the war, but
emotional satisfaction rather on publications (books, profes- untenable position. It com-
and prehension is revealed in by taking it to the conference

than monetary gain. Young Tommy sional articles, monographs, printed many ways. A group of small mitted struggle the on United the land States and in to the a table, wheteher to a recon- the Cowles Washington Bureau
according to report, sang research) and little if any evidenceto vened Geneva conference or
Tucker, businessmen attending a con- jungles near the frontiers of HANDLES: If the entertainment stars at the Democraticfund
I'' for his supper. But the probabilitiesare indicate whether the "professor"is vention in a Southern city sat the largest nation in Asia. In both.to the United Nations, or raising dinner here expect to amuse President Johnson -

that he would have sung any- an able and successful teacher or around a hotel room TV set spite of the endless official they'll have to find a formula that nobody has dis-
way. a dismal flop. Folios and printed watching the returns from assurances of how the strugglewas The proposal to expand the covered up to now. At recent dinners featured both by
titles become the measure for pro- being won, there has war by bombing North Viet professional entertainment and amateur lampoons, Mr. John-
and the vote
Maryland givenAlabama's never been a time when a Nam and China requires, if we son has either ignored the performers in favor of conversa-
But the fact that able men and motion. George Wallace. tion with his tablemates, or sat glumly snt. t-even when Al-

women devote their lives to teach Most of them cheered him. BELOW OLYMPUS len Otten, new president of the White House Correspondents -

ing, from kindergarten to college The Tufts professor, admittedlya "He isn't going anywhere, but By Interlandi Association, said at a dinner for the President that ev-

without expecting to,get rich at the good teacher, who was recently he is fighting the small busi- erybody who knew him understood why Mr. Johnson lifted

job does not excuse exploitation. dropped because of his failure to nessman's fight," said one. his beagles by their earsit was because they had no lapels.

the "built-in" "publish" illustrates the point. is to tell I
Without depreciating "Nobody going me INSIDE INTELLIGENCE: The local grapevine carried an
rewards (and there are many indeed Scholarly distinction is well and good who I sell to in my place." item of some interest, to wit: The son of McGeorge Bundy

) we must face up realisticallyto -and it adds a certain surface pres- has not signed up for the fall term at the private schoolhe

the fact that the laborer is worthyof tige to an institution but it is a THERE WAS one dissent. attends here. Bundy is the President's special assistantfor

his hire, that good work deserves dubious index of educational qualityin This man said: national security, and is former dean of the faculty at .
Harvard. An alert asked him if this that
reporter meant
that better work deserves terms of the basic function of "
good pay, and "Yes, he said. "I remem- the
family wouldn't be living here much longer and if that
better pay. teaching and learning.We ber my granddaddy. No one meant, in turn, that he was leaving the White House. Bundy

was going to tell him what he expressed amazement at the way news gets around, and said

We have given our .approval in agree with the editorial com- could plant and how much. he would read his daily intelligence summaries with more

these columns, on more than one ment in Life (for May 15) : "The care and imagination in the future. He also said his son
"And I remember my was merely changing to Groton School in the fall And he
kind of merit formula used to judge the ordinary
occasion, to some sys- daddy. No one was going to added that he was in the process of trying to enrolla
tem for teachers. It must be possible mortals who make up most college tell him how much he had to younger boy in the school here.

U to devise criteria that will give proper faculties is unfairly and unfortunately -
for a day's work. And no
pay VIP Washington notified In formal
: correspondents were a
abil- in favor of the who
to good teaching weighted man
recognition one was going to tell him how manner of the approaching visit of Leonard E. Meyer, a"
ity. There is one school of thought "does research and publishes his conclusions many hours to work a man. Ohio State University sophomore. Meyer is the winner of

which says that salary increments ." Or to put it another way, He wouldn't put up with any the 1963 canning crops contest of the National'Junior Vege-

should be automatic flat across it favors the author-scholar rather minimum wages. And I re- table Growers Association.

the board. This is the philosophy of than the scholarteacher.Good member, too, that we weren't

"equal pay for' unequal service" going to put up with social

a point of view with which we vig- teaching is the main businessof security and old age pensionsand .

orously disagree.The education. It may carry its own wages and hours."

rewards with it, as teachers are so JJM.
It wasn't a popular state- .
phase "quality education" has frequently reminded, but there must ment. But it was not disputed.THE .

been popularized lately, especially in be other rewards of a more material Jae'' cJir I tow

colleges and universities: It's a good nature if there is to be enough good DISSENTER could "Public opinion poll, eh? I thought after Oregonyou

phrase -,so long as its meaning re- teaching to go around.to have gone on. The South, out people would be in hiding'r\
of its pattern of attitudes and
psychology fixed in the post-

maintain reconstruction the low years wage, fought differ-to Hotheads Can Blur Racial Picture I IAn

of the ential, the white primary and
Voice People the grandfather clause that
t million
1 1I i disfranchised a few ( editorial from the moderates; in fact, the critical problem of extremismin color lines as rigid as the most

I citizens.It Saturday Review) moderate often becomes the the civil rights movementcan segregated community; in

I On The; Sun's Opinion Page was this policy of opposing By NORMAN COUSINSThe prime target. be met simply and solely short everyone who thinks the
any easing of inequities civil rights movementin This is not to say that thereis by rounding up and hauling in problem is at a distance.

Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters unfairness and injustice that the United states is enter- no range of differences the leaders. The problem has Not much time is left. The
the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot and within the extremes them- its and its main
must b. signed and bear brought on federal action that ing anew, explosive, origins explosive white people of America
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The must protect the rights of citi- tragic phase. Leadership is selves. Among the white ex- force in the conditionof are
reiect letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or going to have to do something
tKo right to any
Sun reserves zens. Now there is a danger passing into the hands of hat- tremists, there is a well-known the Negro in America and dramatic and they have to do
that some persons will do ers and racists. Responsible spectrum of groups ranging not just in the irresponsibleand
intent.Not: Welfare, take State Welfare,and be I have earned and put aside grave damage to the Ameri- Negro leaders like Roy Wilkins from the night riders to the dangerous activities of the it civil fast.rights The bill passage is the of least the,

satisfied not to work, at all. for retirement. can private enterprise systemby Martin Luther King, supporters of the new,political men on top. Moreover, the not the most, that Is required.The .
Just a Job State Welfare is all right for insisting that it can be Bayard Rustin, and James party. The differences among main volcanic centers todayare main work has to be done
And to what I need
as "them as like it".but I don't.My used to affront and discrimi- Farmer are finding it increasingly the black extremists are not to be found not in the but
not just by legislation by
EDITOR, Sun: To "Name nothing but a chance to prove state and my country nate against any' citizen that difficult to be heard so well-known. A struggle for South but in the North. In the individual Americanswho
Withh e Id" who answered that I can, and will, work for don't owe me a living and I the operator wishes to offendor above the battle cries of show- power is now in progress be- Negro ghettos of large cities enough accept moral obligationand

"Awkward Age".... someone who needs an able don't intend to ask them I to deny. This is a danger we down-minded partisans. White tween the superextremistsand like New York, Chicago, and responsibility in their ev-
Since I believe you were and willing worker around an furnish me with the where- should avoid.STUDENT. leaders who for years have the general extremists.Both Detroit this is where the eryday attitudes and actions.
f being facetious, I made allow- office who has had years of withall to get the bare neces- dedicated themselves to the factions agree that grad- incendiary materials are The problem is broad enoughso
ances for your answer to my experience. I need this chanceto sities of life. And doubly cer- EDITORS of struggle for human equalityare ualism has served only to provide building up. that no man need feel thereis
problem. I do not want State work for five more years tainly not when I am able to "The Rebel" at East Carolina not only losing rapport; the whites with time to New York's Harlem has all no part of it where he can
Welfare! I want to work and and then I will be able to live get them myself if I have College (North Carolina) stimulated they are becoming the par- consolidate their posit 10 n. the volatile makings of one of take hold and become rele
earn my living..and like the on the security that I and my the,chance I need. That is allI discussion of this ticularized targets for condem- They agree that the Supreme the worst race riots in his vant.
National Guard I am' ready, former employers have built ask or want and what a lot theme. North Carolina is regarded nation and abuse by Negro ex- Court decision will not be im- tory. If it comes, the villains
able and willing! Some peopleare up through the years of earn- of people over 50 want. a job as- the most progres- tremists. Black knownothingism plemented voluntarily and will not just be the black hot- Meanwhile, it might be a
ready, and all too willing, ing my own living. Only what ONE OF THE AWKWARD AGE sive of the Southern states. is on the move. that the only rights the Negrocan heads and know-nothings who good idea for whites to listen
Yet North Carolina, looking In any great protracted social expect are those they incited people to riot The more to, and strengthen the
themselves. villains will include all the position of, men like Wilkins
toward a population of five struggle, there'is alwaysthe carve out for
l POTOMAC FEVERBy million by 1975-78 finds that danger of polarization. The They believe in the inevitability whites who have abused, Rustin, King, and Farmer.
only 32 per cent of North Carolinians gravitational pull is to the extremes and necessity of a violent shunned, cheated, hounded, They may seem like radicalsto
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington BureauIreland's over 25 have a high .' People who work showdown. They are contemptuous and outraged the Negro be- the uninitiated, but within

President de Valera made such a hit that Democrats are talking school education; that per cap- steadily and conscientiouslytoward of whites who are en- yond human endurance: the the civil rights movement they
him for the Senate in New York instead of Bobby Kennedy. They ita income is well below the a central and far- gaged in civil rights activity. landlords who overcharge and represent the best hope
of running find that scornful of old-line whose tenements violate all against the know-nothings, the
least de Valera was born there. I. national average; that farm reaching goal usually They are
\ figure at -- income also is low. "The Reb- their main opposition comes organizations such as the Na- the laws of housing safety; the racists, and the inciters to

i first vote on the civil rights bill may be delayed an extra week while el" editorial concluded: from hot-heads in their own tional Association for the Ad- bousing inspectors who ignorethe violence. If they go, the last
The making commencem ent addresses telling the young grad ranks. The reformers and the vancement of Colored People. violations; the white mer- retaining walls of sanity go
Senators ,are out "
'Sophistication' and trag- with them.
the country. idealists are cut down not by The super-extremists part chants wbo'sbort-weigh, short-
uates how to run -- edy remain. It can be the the enemy but by their own company with the extremists change, and pass off inferior The time has come for the

Democrats are wasting their time getting out a national convention pro- story of a mother whose child fanatics and assassins. Militancy on the forms and timbg of merchandise; education officials moderates among blacks and
Everybody knows who's running for President and everybody else is goes to an overcrowded, un- is no longer defined as violence. They proclaim the ,who are clearly incapable whites to dose ranks againstthe
gram. Vice President. derstaffed junior high school resolute and responsible leadership superiority of the blacks over of meeting the incredibly pressure from their ex
running for -- while nine blocks away thereis but as direct ,action the degenerate whites; they difficult challenge of operatinga tremes. This ,call for greater

Senator Goldwater says he's the only one with a ghost of a chance to beat a partially completed stadium leading to violent showdown. assert that only when the col- school system in Harlem; mutual respect and greater
built from
LBJ. It's sure sign that things look dark when they start telling ghost worth $35,000 Inevitably, the extremes of ored races are supreme will white employers who may deplore recognition of a common
a voluntary donations by a com black and white tend to mirror they be able to hold their rac injustice but who cause. A national tragedy Is
stories. -- mittee of eight respected busi-- one another. Each talks about beads high; and they use hateas have yet to institute decent in the making. If it is to be

Republicans say we're pushing the moon program too fast. Why don't we nessmen. Or it can be the the other in racist terms. Each the fuel for individual and employment practices in their:' averted, the eyes and consciences -
wait a while and see if it won't come to us? story of the child. Or It can be contends that the other under- group violence.No own firms; union leaders who of the nation win
just i the story cf the "eight respected stands only the language of greater. mistake could,be proclaim their interest 'in the have to be'opened wide and

\ ,Airlines may abolish vending machine flight insurance to cut down on businessmen. force. Each' has disdain for made than to think that the working. man. but who I draw soon.

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1 4 Gainesville Sun Monday, June; 1, 1964 .- .


1 :;;::. (Jiafnt5uillt inu OF Our Viet JVa m Mistakes I IBy

; WALTER LIPPMANN to support the settlement of were engaged, there would be We must look for a solution,

n. JOHN R. HARRISON, President and It is fair enough to say, as Viet Nam which was workedout no way of withdrawing. The: not by expanding the war, but
*-ublUhen FAT COWLES. Vice PresWdemti Sen. Everett Dirksen did. last at the first Geneva con- territory they had occupied by taking it to the conference
-..- ED JOHNSON. Vice President would be reoccupied by the table, wheteher to a recon
week, that our policy in South- ference in 1954. The United
: Florida's Beautiful and Executive Editor j W. G. BUI) Asian multitude who would be vened Geneva conference or
,I EBERSOLE. Vice President sad Advertising J east Asia has been indecisive? States government helped to
LL Directors BOB TAIt'IAGL10NE. Indeed, it has been. pick Diem as chief of South more fiercely determined than to the United Nations, or
'University City' ; By RALPH McGILLPibtzcr
-. Vice I"rnide.t md Circulation I to do with the pres- both.
Prize Winstar Pablliher The reason for this indecI- Viet Nam, and, until the coupof ever away
1 : :... Manager. 01 the AtUnU. (Ga. Constitution sion, which has existed under last autumn Diem and his ence of the Western white The proposal to expand the

i THE SUN'S POLICY three Presidents Eisenhower family were supported by us man. war by bombing North Viet
._:. Kennedy and Johnson as the rulers of South Viet THERE HAS NEVER been Nam and China requires, if we
j 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. -, TragedyIn is not that all three Presidentshave Nam; and they became the any other way out of the dead- stop pretending that the South
5- 5 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials.! been weak and waveringmen. clients of the United States. end street in Southeast Asia Vietnamese pilots are capableof

:.. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. It is that since we allow This put us in an inherently except to make. a political carrying out such an attack.
r The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 The ed ourselves to become entangled untenable position. It committed national machinery and to a declaration of war against
I -5. Want Ads-376-4672 in Southeast Asia the United States to a exert what influence we can North Viet Nam and China by
there has been no good solution struggle on the land and in the by underwriting them. President the Congress of the United

available which any of jungles near the frontiers of Kennedy made a frag- States. We cannot 'make war

South the three Presidents felt he the largest nation in Asia. In mentary attempt to do this. on North Viet Nam by execu-
1 t Good Should Be Rewarded could be decisive about. spite of the endless official He tried it in Laos, but he allowed tive order.
Teaching After the French were defeated assurances of how the strugglewas himself to remain en-

Projection of the problemof in 1954, our cardinal being won, there has tangled in South Viet Nam, NO MAN LIVING can possibly .
"Good teaching brings its own re- ,. mains undistorted. Certainly in edu- poverty in the Southern Appalachians mistake in Southeast Asia was never been a time when a and he was drawn into an ever know what such a war

ward" is a sentimental banality invented cation there is no substitute for qual- has begun to pro- the decision of Secretary John military victory, or anythinglike enlarging, continually unsuc- would precipitate or what the

by lay boards of education ity. And we believe that good teaching duce mail. Much of it comes Foster Dulles to treat South a military victory, has cessful military struggle which Soviet Union would do, sinceit
Viet Nam, which is an artificial been possible. has no visible end. is still the of
: and taxpayers' "protective associa- is the first and most important from rural counties their ally China. But
or creation and not really a Even if one of the Presidents To those who think, as I do, what we can be sure of is that
tions" to answer (or evade) the persistent ingredient.One depressed county seats. A con- national state at all, as an had been willing to intervene that the military commitmentin to go to war with China about

teacher salary problem. sensus theme runs through American protectorate and as with an American Southeast Asia has beena South Viet Nam would be so

\i thing that worries us is the them: "Why not help the an outpost of the West. Army on the scale of Korea, ,mistake, the question now reckless an act as to damage

I Fortunately, however, the saying apparent effort to exalt scholarship whole South? We have been THE EISENHOWER administration even if he had unleashed the is how to discharge the commitment deeply our influence throughout -
There the of directed in this Air Force, no acceptable or honorably end to disengage the world. It would be
does have a lot of truth in it. at expense teaching. The discriminated against since no
matter by Secretary Dulles, tolerable outcome was visible. safely. The basic principle
unpopular in the United
satisfactions in function of university is to deal "
l are great personal a the Civil War. isIthink clear.
did not oppose. but it refusedCOLORED For once the American! troops quite States.It .
\ work well done. Most persons do with students to guide, to aid, to I
None of the letters reveals is not easy for any country -
because they like to do them. inspire-as well as to extend the June 4 and 5 from 8:30 a.m. to
things to repair its mistakes
) an awareness that the South especially -
4:30 .
This is particularly true of those frontiers of knowledge. The mem- : p.m.The those in which it has
has withheld itself from eco registration fee is 50 cents
who, like teachers, are engaged in bers of the teaching staff should, invested lives, money and
nomic and industrial family. For further information -
progress. per
first of all be teachers. And F. Childs Colored News Editor moral judgements. But the
service occupations. They bring a promo-. call FR. 2-3838 FR.-
There is a growing sophistication or original mistake in Southeast
sense of responsibility and a spirit of tions should be determined by the in the South. But side PERSONALS | president; Brenda King, secretary -6-5279. Asia has to be repaired.The .

self-dedication to their work. quality of teaching as well as the by side with it is the uncom- Mrs. Louise McClendon, of ; Mangerine Ingram, assis- ----
quality of scholarship.But N.W. 10th Street, left last Sat- tant secretary; H. Cheesebor- NOTICE way to do this is to go
prehending parochialism of for New York visit- Gail The first preparation meetingfor to a conference. The chancesof
urday City ough, treasurer; King,
also take private -
People up pursuits the past. So it is that for many I ing with her sister and other chorister John M. Jones business -, the Vacation Bible School its being successful are not
t (and hobbies) for the pleasure in every department of a uni- southerners the accustomed relatives for several weeks. Nina Lawton will be held at the Mt. Carmel brilliant, but at least we shall
.. they derive from them-though they versity, in every .dean's office, in patterns of life no longer offer Mrs. Amy Young, Mrs. M.L. pianist; Thretha Thompson, as- Baptist Church Tuesday at 8 not be alone. Even if the prospects -

t may also derive material profit. every faculty personnel file, the pro- either solutions or reassur- Henderson, Mrs. Idella Johnsonand sistant pianist; Helen Scott and p.m.All of a conference are not

J Artists pursue their art for mental fessors' dossiers contain meticulousdata ance. This tragic lack of comprehension i i Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Cal- Glean Blair, ushers. Rev. Leroy instructors are urged to be brilliant, the military outlookof
South Viet Nam is dismal
1 and emotional satisfaction rather on publications (books, profes- is revealed in houn Cocoa, all of Williston to attend, motoredto the Thomspon, pastor; Robert Williams -present. beyond words.I .

:- than monetary gain. Young Tommy sional articles, monographs, printed recently reporter. .
A of small
many ways. group funeral of Mrs. Viola Rowe. CLUB MEETINGThe have been asked whethera
'I : Tucker according to report, sang research) and little if any evidenceto
businessmen Bessie Mae
attending a con (Mrs. Wesley, reporter Frances Robinson Club of negotiated settlement for
': 2 for his supper. But the probabilities indicate whether the "professor"is vention in a Southern city sat Williston.) CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Southeast Asia means that, as

: are that he would have sung any- an able and successful teacher or around a hotel room TV set Miss Mary Allen and Miss Pleasant MethodistTheRev. will meet with Mrs. Esther W. soon as our troops are withdrawn
a dismal flop. Folios and printed Annie Fagan, both of Atlanta, Walter S. White and congregation Hamm of 233 N. W. 7th Place from Saigon the North
the from
; E watching returns Ga. whose visit here and Jack. from the Greater
1 titles become the measure for today at 8 p.m. Vietnamese and the Chinese
pro- Maryland and the vote given sonville for the past two weeks Bethel A.M.E. Church will hold a will move in. The honest an-

: But the fact that able men and motion. Alabama's George Wallace. has been pleasant, left yesterday -joint service today at 7:30 p.m. ANNIVERSARYThe swer to this question, I be.

:2 women devote their lives to teaching Most of them cheered him. for their home. This will be our last night before lieve, that if this can be -
f .: from kindergarten to college, The Tufts professor, admittedlya "He isn't going anywhere, but Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Rivers, conference. Rev. E. M. Ferguson Juvenile Lodge No. 113 for a few years there

\ 5 without expecting to get rich at the good teacher, who was recently he is fighting the small busi- of Jacksonville, were guests in pastor.St. will celebrate its anniversaryat will be a chance that it will
the Mt. Moriah
the University City yesterday.Rev. Paul C. M. E.-Morning Baptist
: job does not excuse exploitation. dropped because of his failure to nessman's fight," said one. Mr. Rivers is pastor of worship, 11 a.m.; and evening Church June 7. not happen at all.

Without depreciating the "built-in" "publish" illustrates the point. "Nobody is going to tell me the Methodist Church there. worship, 6 p.m. Rev. B. F. During the anniversary, there ALTHOUGH I realize thatin

rewards (and there are many indeed Scholarly distinction is well and good who I sell to in my place." Mrs. Mary H. Wells and son, Wearly, pastor. will be a program. Several outstanding the long run Southeast

I ) we must face up realisticallyto -and it adds a certain surface pres- George of Tampa, were guestsof Church of God by Faith No. 1- persons will appear in Asia is bound to lie within the
THERE WAS one dissent. friends in Gainesville yester. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Bible the program. Chinese sphere of influence -
the fact that the laborer is worthy tige to an institution but it is a
Study, 12 noon; W. W. C., Study, The public is invited. as Chiang Kai-Shek has al.
work deserves dubious index of educational This man said: day.Mrs.
of his hire, that good qualityin Bessie M. James flew 5:45 p.m.; and evening worship, ways insisted I think it may
good pay and that better work deserves terms of the basic function of "Yes," he said. "I remember yesterday to New York City on 7:15 p.m. Elder J. E. McKnight, NAACP MEETINGThe be possible to prevent any

better pay. teaching and learning.We my granddaddy. No one a two-week vacation with her pastor; R. L. Hutchinson, reporter. sudden and overt occupationof
National Association for
was going to tell him what he sister, Mrs. Ella N. Baker, and the Advancement of Colored Southeast Asia. It may be

We have given our approval in agree, with the editorial comment could plant and how much. other relatives.Mrs. Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- People will hold its meeting on feasible to make it too dangerous
Oria Dunlap, teacher in Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.; and not worthwhile in
these columns, on more than one in Life (for May 15)) : "The the ground floor of the Mt. Car
remember the Shell School at with the
"And I my Elementary morning worship, 11 a.m.; and comparison prospectsof
occasion, to some kind of merit system formula used to judge the ordinary daddy. No one was going to Hawthorne, was visiting in the evening worship, 6 p.m. Rev.H. 8 mel Baptist. Church June 1, at access to the economic resources -

5 for teachers. It must be possible mortals who make up most college tell him how much he had to University City recently.Mrs. Kinsey, pastor. p.m.LITERARY of Southeast Asia

to devise criteria that will give proper faculties is unfairly and unfortunately for a day's work. And no Mary Gann, of Tampa, Spring Hill BaptistSundaySchool PROGRAMThe and beyond.I .

recognition to good teaching abil- ,.I weighted in favor of the man who pay passed through Gainesville yes- 10 a.m.; morning wore think moreover, that if an
one was going to tell him how terday en route to visit at the ship, 11 a.m.; and evening worship Layman's Department of international structure can be
school of does research and his
is thought publishes
ity. There one con- many hours to work a man. Edward Waters College, at 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Spring Hill Baptist Church is created, one which is guaran-
: which says that salary increments clusions." Or, to put it another way, He wouldn't put up with any Jacksonville. Davis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine sponsoring a literary extravaganza teed by the Soviet Union, the

should be automatic flat across: it favors the author-scholar rather minimum wages. And I remember Samuel Simmons, of Jackson. McGill, reporter. on Friday, June 5, at United States, France, Great
the board. This is the philosophy of than the scholarteacher.Good too that we weren't ville, passed through Gainesville East Side Church of God in 8 p.m. at the church. Britain and China, North Viet
., "equal pay for unequal service" yesterday en route to St. Christ-Church School, 10 a.m.; The public is invited. .Nam will tend to go Titoist,
going to put up with social Petersburg. morning worship, 11:30 a.m. that is .
; to say to remain Communist
point of view with which we vig- teaching is the main businessof
a security and old age pensionsand and evening worship, 7 p. m. WILLIAMS ELEMENTARYThe but not Chinese. What
orously disagree.The education. It may carry its own wages and hours." NEWBERRY NEWS Elder J. C. Carter, pastor. patrons and friends of will do most for our real interests .

rewards with it, as teachers are so It wasn't state- The Youth Department of the Williams Elementary School are in Southeast Asia is
a popular
education" has reminded Election of OfficersMt. BELL NURSERY SCHOOL invited to attend the not to bomb
phase "quality frequently but there must ment. But it was not disputed. cordially Hanoi, but to create
been popularized lately, especially in be other rewards of a more material Zora Baptist Church electedthe The Bell Nursery School will Sixth Grade Promotional Exercises a visible guarantee which
following officers Tuesdayat have a child-care summer ses in the auditorium of the makes it safe for Hanoi not to
colleges and universities. It's a good nature if there is to be enough good THE DISSENTER could
have The South out 8 p.m.: Sarah Scott, presi- sion. All interested parents school on Wednesday, June 3, be, as it has always strivennot
phrase so long as its meaning re teaching to go around. of its gone pattern on.of attitudes,and dent; Cecelia Lawton, vice- might register their childrenthe at 10 a.m.critical to be, a Chinese satellite.

psychology fixed in the post-

maintain reconstruction the low years wage, fought differ-to Hotheads Can Blur Racial Picture I Icolor

Voice of the ential, the white primary and
: People the grandfather clause that

: disfranchised a few million
(An editorial from moderates; in fact, the problem of extremismin lines as rigid as the most
citizens.It .
I : I Saturday Review) moderate often becomes the the civil rights movementcan segregated community; in
.On The Sun's Opinion Page_ was this policy of oppos- By NORMAN COUSINSThe prime target. be met simply and solelyby short, everyone who thinks the

: ing any easing of inequities, civil rights movementin This is not to say that thereis rounding up and hauling in problem is at a distance.
Opinions end comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters unfairness and injustice that the United states is enter no range of differences the leaders. The problem has Not much time is left. The
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested A letter should brought on federal action that ing anew, explosive, and within the extremes them its origins and its main explosive -
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. Them white people of America are
must protect the rights of citi tragic phase. Leadership is selves. Among the white ex force in the conditionof
Sun reserves the right to reject ony letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or going to have to do something
: intent. zens. Now there is a danger passing into the hands of hat tremists there is a well-known the Negro in America and dramatic and they have to do
that some persons will do ers and racists. Responsible spectrum of groups ranging not just in the irresponsibleand
to take State Welfare and be I have earned and aside it fast. The passage of the
Not Welfare, put grave damage to the American Negro leaders like Roy Wilkins from the night riders to the dangerous activities of the civil rights bill is the least
satisfied not to work at all. for retirement. private enterprise systemby Martin Luther King, supporters of the new political men on top. Moreover, the ,
not the most that is
required.The .
Just a Job State Welfare is all right for Rustin and James The differences main volcanic centers
insisting that it can be Bayard party. amongthe todayare
And as to what I need "them as like it".but I don't.My main work has to be done
used to affront and discriminate Farmer are finding it increas- black extremists are not to be found not in the
: EDITOR, Sun: To "Name nothing but a chance to prove state and my country against any citizen that ingly difficult to be heard so well-known. A struggle for South but in the North. In the not just by legislation but by

4 Withh e Id" who answered that I can, and will work for don't owe me a living and I the operator wishes to offendor above the battle'cries of show power is now in progress be- Negro ghettos of large cities enough individual moral Americanswho "

"Awkward Age..... someone Mho needs an able don't intend to ask them to deny. This is a danger we down-minded partisans. White tween the superextremistsand ; like New York, Chicago, and and responsibility accept in obligation their
Since I believe you were and willing worker around an furnish me with the where- should avoid.STUDE.'T. leaders who for years have the general extremists. Detroit this is where the attitudes and actions.everyday -
: being facetious, I made allow office who has had years of withall to get the bare neces- dedicated themselves to the Both factions agree that gradualism incendiary materials are The problem is broad

ances for your answer to my experience. I need this chanceto sities of life. And doubly certainly EDITORS of struggle for human equalityare has served only to pro- building up. that no man need feel enoughso thereis

problem. I do not want State work for five more years not when I am able to "The Rebel" at East Carolina not only losing rapport; vide the whites with time to New York's Harlem has all no part of it where he
: Welfare! I want to work and and then I will be able to live get them myself if I have College (North Carolina) stimulated they are becoming the par- consolidate their posit j 0 n. the volatile makings of one of take hold and become rele-can i
earn my living..and like the on the security that I and my the chance I need. That is allI discussion of this ticularized targets for condemnation They agree that the Supreme the worst race riots in his- vant.

: National Guard I am ready, former employers have built ask or want and what a lot theme. North Carolina is regarded and abuse by Negro ex Court decision will not be implemented tory. If it comes, the villains
: able and willing! Some people up through the years of earn- of people over 50 want a job as the most progres- tremists. Black knownothingism voluntarily and will not just be the black hot- Meanwhile, it might be a
are ready,.and all too willing ing my own living. Only what OOF: THE AWKWARD AGEPOTOlIAC sive of the Southern states. is on the move. that the only rights the Negrocan heads and know-nothings who good idea for whites to listen
: Yet North Carolina looking In any great protracted social expect are those they incited people to riot. The more to, and strengthen the
toward a population of five struggle, there is alwaysthe carve out for themselves. villains will include all the position of, men like Wilkins,
FEVER million by 1976-78 finds that danger of polarization. The They believe in the inevitability whites who have abused, Rustin, King and Farmer.

only 32 per cent of North Carolinians gravitational pull is to the ex and necessity of a violent shunned, cheated, hounded, They may seem like radicalsto
: By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau over 25 have a high tremes. People who work showdown. They are contemptuous and outraged' the Negro be- the uninitiated, but within

.: Ireland's President de Valera made such a hit that Democrats are talking school education; that per cap- steadily and conscientiously of whites who are en- yond human endurance: the the civil rights movement they
of running him for the Senate in New York instead of Bobby Kennedy. They ita income is well below the toward a central and far- gaged in civil rights activity. landlords who overcharge and represent the best hope

figure at least de Valera was born there. national average; that farm reaching goal usually find that They are scornful of old-line whose tenements violate all against the know-nothings, the
-- income also is low. "The Reb- their main opposition comes, organizations such as the National the laws of housing safety; the racists, and the inciters to

The first vote on the civil rights bill may be delayed an extra week while el" editorial concluded: from hot-heads in their own Association for the Ad- housing inspectors who ignorethe violence. If they go, the last
Senators are out making commencement addresses telling the young grad- ranks. The reformers and the vancement of Colored People. violations; the white merchants retaining walls of sanity go
uates how to run the country. 'Sophistication' and trag- idealists are cut down not by The super-extremists part who short-weigh, short- with them.
-- edy remain. It can be the the enemy but by their own company with the extremistson change, and pass off inferior The time has come for the

Democrats are wasting their time getting out a national convention pro story of a mother whose child fanatics and assassins. Militancy the forms and timing, of merchandise; education officials moderates among blacks and

gram. Everybody knows who's running for President and everybody else is goes to an overcrowded, understaffed is no longer defined as violence. They proclaim the who are clearly incapable whites to close ranks againstthe
running for Vice President. junior high school resolute and responsible lead- superiority of the blacks over of meeting the incredibly pressure from their ex
-- while nine blocks away thereis ership but as direct action the degenerate whites; they difficult challenge! of operatinga tremes. This call for greater
a partially completed stadium to violent showdown. that when the colored school in Harlem; mutual respect and greater
Senator Goldwater says he's the only one with a ghost of a chance to beat leading assert only system
1.BJ. It's a sure sign that things look dark when they start telling ghost worth $35,000 built from Inevitably, the extremes of races are supreme will white employers who may deplore recognition of a common
stories. voluntary donations by a committee black and white tend to mirrorone they be able to hold their racial injustice but who cause. A national tragedy Is

-- of eight respected busi another. Each talks about heads high; and they use hate have yet to institute decent in the making. U it is to be
nessmen. Or it can be the the other in racist terms. Each Individual and practices in their averted, the eyes and
Republicans say we're pushing the moon program too fast. Why don't we as the fuel for employment consciences -
story of the child. Or it can be that the other under- firms union leaders who of the nation willhavetobeopenedwidean
just wait a while and see if it won't come to us? contends group violenc! own ;
-- the story of the "eight respected stands only the language of No greater mistake could be proclaim their interest in the j

Airlines may abolish vending machine flight insurance to cut down on businessmen. force. Each has disdain for made than to think that the working man but who draw soon.

suicide crashes. They don't like thos pay now die later schemes. And so ii%_can and is. .

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Monday, June 1* 1964 Gainesville SunSmithWilson 5

(DOJIICII f one Bridge Tournament Held Here ChurchCircles Ii I I

Mrs. an'd Mrs. Ralph (Buddy)) their daughter, Miss Carolyn

!Y t Smith announce the engagement I Lee Smith to Louis Alfred Wilson
u, and approaching marriage of Jr. of Mrs.
son Alfred WiIII 1

: THE son Sr. and the late Mr. Wilson.
a FR
f fflfflILY Y The wedding will be solem

TUESDAY, June 2, nized June 5 in the Southside

8'.X r i V WSCS, First Methodist Church Baptist Church at 8:30 p. m.

1 :i Ruth Weimer . 4 9:30 Miss Smith will graduate in
Women's Editor a.m., Circle 4, Bethany
Room. the 1964 class from Gainesville
High School
10 a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. 0. W. ;
X The bridegroom-elect has a
Honors Hall 634 Boulevard Circle 2,
;: high school diploma obtained
Mrs. ,
Stanley Mathis, 1643 NW <1F'
/ 14th Avenue during his three years of Army
2 ; ; Circle 5, Mrs. H
W. T. Manley, 2030 SW 42nd service. He was stationed at

Miss Judith TuckerHonoring Avenue Circle 6, Mrs. W. Fort Bragg N. C., as a para-
n qw a D. Stevens 546 NE 6th Avenue I ; Y trooper. He received his discharge

Circle Circle 7, Mrs. B. I with honor as a sergeant I
Miss Judith Diane Invited guests included the B. Brown, 3101 NW 2nd Ave in the U. S. Army. He is presently t

Tucker, bride elect cf Wil- honoree's mother, Mrs..Tucker, nue. xR F..v employed by the Alachua

liam Dale Arnett, a kitchen Mrs. Arnett, Mrs. E. I. Mc- County Board of Public Instruc- I
}' 3 pjn., Circle 8, Mrs. J. A.Givvs .
f shower was given Friday night Lellan, Mrs. John W. Hoover, K x r I tion.No .
s 1122 SW 2nd
by Mrs. Milledge Murphey and Mrs. William Sawyer, Mrs. Avenue invitations are being Issued -
her daughter Miss Edwinna Paige Pinned Mrs. A. Frank 9, Mrs. D. R. Mansola, and all family and friends 1
779, NW 37th Street, Mrs. A. I .
Murphey, who entertained at f the couple are invited to attend. I
Green, Mrs. Earl Hardee.
tILir-9 C. O'Niell, 528 NE 1st Street, CAROLYN LEE SMITH
their home.A
Miss Jeannine Murphey, Miss I Circle. 11, Mrs. G. 0. Tyre,
corsage of pink carnationswas Louisa Bohannon, Miss Jeanne 1109 SW 3rd Avenue. II

presented the future bride Cornell Miss Jeanne Hart, Mrs. M
by the hostesses, who also pre- Byron Winn HI, Miss Nathalie 8 p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. Nor- Brides' BookTUESDAY

sented white carnation corsagesto Bessette, :Miss Eleanor Broome .I ma_. Chesnut. ,__215 NE 3rd
the bride to be's mother Miss Carol Meyer, Miss Ann :street, Mrs. Howard C. Hart- June 2 Rappenecker, 7 p.m., First

Mrs. Woodson C. Tucker Jr., 'Johnson, Miss Pam Crawford. well 611 NW 10th Avenue. Presbyterian Church. Recep-
and Mrs. W. T. Arnett, mother Gethsemane Lutheran Evening coffee honoring tion following at the HolidayInn. I
of the bridegroom-elect. The wedding of Miss Tucker Women Miss Gayle Cross fiancee of .

Arrangements of gardenias'and Mr. Arnett is to be solem- Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 7:30

and red roses decorated the :nized June 7 at 4 p.m. in 8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran to 9 pjn., Mrs. William Fra- SUNDAY, June 7

serving table. I the First Methodist Church. Church Mrs. H. R. Kink- zer Jr. and Mrs. Norman Luncheon honoring Tucker-
ley, 1237 SW 11th Avenue. Yost at the former's home,
yyxyl,,, 3537 NW Tenth Avenue. Arnett wedding party and out
g + Grace Presbyterian Church of town guests Mrs. L. G.

I ABOUT PEOPLEMiss 9:30 ajn., Circle 1, Mrs. FRIDAY, June 5 Gramling and Mrs. J. E. Harlow -
at the Gramling home,
Fred C.
., Neal 3435 NW 7th Rehearsal dinner honoring I
640 NW 36th Terrace.
0 Place Circle 2 Mrs.
; Clark
Franklin the festivities Miss Carolyn Ridgell and
Molly arrived pre-nuptial
W. Pennington, 1736 NW 14th their son, Charlton Bradford Wedding of Miss Judith Di-
Saturday from Dallasto planned to honor her daughter Avenue.
Miss Dee Ann Mims, Daniel Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. ane Tucker, daughter of Mr.
spend a week with her 7:30 Circle 3 B. Daniel hosts, PrimroseInn. and Mrs. Woodson Coleman
bride-elect of Dean Pappas.The p.m., Mrs.
parents Mr. and Mrs.! Ben wedding will be an eventof .JL5 :: Howard Deyarmond 827 NW Tucker Jr. of New Orleans,

0. Franklin. She will returnto 48th Avenue. formerly of Gainesville, and
June 6, at the Greek Orthodox Rehearsal dinner honoring
William Dale of
Texas by plane Sunday. Church of Baltimore. Ladies Guild First Lutheran Miss Gayle Cross and their Mr. and Mrs. William son Tobias

r Pre-nuptial parties slated Church son, Caspar Rappenecker Jr., Arnett 4 p.m., First Methodist
Here for a brief visit with this week, include a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Rappe- Church. Reception follow-

his parents, Mr. and !Mrs. party tonight given in honorof 8 p.m., Mrs. Eugene Yost necker, Holiday Inn. ing at the Bethany Room of
4026 SW 21st Street.
Robert M. Crosby is their son, the couple by the English I SATURDAY, June 6 the church.
Baptist Church Circles,
Marshall Crosby, a junior at department faculty at Gouch-
Duke University. er College.On 9:45 a.m., Genus Crenshaw Wedding rehearsal dinner I..
Mrs. W. H. Pickett 216 SW
Marshall will leave tomor- Thursday Mr. !Mims and complimenting Miss Judith
2nd Street, Barbara Donaldson PROPANELPmis
row for Durham N.C., and son, Britt, will leave for Bal- Diane Tucker and their son,
Mrs. Richard Kent Mrs.
timore. William Dale Arnett, Mr. and
join a classmate for an over-
Logan, Mrs. Bennie
land trip to San Francisco.The Next Sunday, !Mrs. Mims McCaul Mrs. William T. Arnett, 2105
two boys will fly to Hawaii and Britt will return to it Jean Dickman, Mrs. L. C.I I Third Place.

where they will spend Gainesville to prepare for the Hammond, 1018 SW 25th PI., Wedding of Miss Carolyn HOTTER THAN

10 weeks collecting plant post-nuptial reception the Helen Masters, Mrs. Roy Lei- Rose Ridgell, daughter of Mr. NATURAL GAS

specimens for Duke Univer- bums will give for their lich, 626 NE 8th Terrace Ce- and Mrs. Tommy Ridgell, and Cook & Heat Water
sity under a National Science daughter and son in law _cil Moore, Mrs. E. D. Wynn Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr.,

Foundation Grant. Sunday, June 13.. Mr. Mims 515 NE 9th Avenue, Ishmael son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Low Cost

will fly to Boston on business Negrin Mrs. Lorena Boy, Daniel, 5 p.m., St. Augustine FR 65110LINEN
!Mrs. L.W. Mims left Saturday before returning to Gaines- 3505 NW 13th Avenue Chapel.

for Baltimore to attend ville. r. t 3 p.m., Alice Brasington, Wedding of Miss Gayle 1 1I -
Mrs. C. D. Newberry, 16!5 NW I Cross, daughter of Mr. and I

i 14th Avenue. Cross, daughter of Mr. and

commencementcalendar.1TUESDAY 8 p.m., Joann Parham, Mrs. Mrs. James Emory Cross ttdI

; ;: : i Bruce Mathews, 916 NE 19th and Caspar Rappenecker Jr.,
I :
: ,. 'cT Place; Margaret Gross, Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Caspar
June 2 : .r al
I George Rape Route 2, Box '
GHS Class Night School Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. ....t"ioo.1:, ..._. .. ... ;" I. J W 178; Mrs. Grace Millican, 1327 I -
GHS Graduation Ceremonies, UF Gym 8 p.m. The Holiday Inn was the scene of t he Tenth Annual 'Gainesville Bridge NE 6th Terrace.

Reception GHS Mall 10 to 11 p.m. Club Sectional Ttournament, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday when more than 100 First Presbyterian Women of

Dance, 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.; breakfast at 1:30: a.m.; swim party players throughout the state were in at tendance. Directors of the tournament the Church: STRAP ONCOOLNESS IS COOL

3 to 5 a.m., all at the Faculty Club, Newberry Read, spon- were Eugene Roy, left, and John Craps, right, shown at the upper right. Admiring 9:45 a.m.; Circle 1, Mrs. Along with cotton, linen is
sored by Senior parents. the prize awards were Mrs. W. E. Baringer, left, and Mrs. R. L. Bowman, Roy N. Green and Miss Rose another fine summer fabric.

SUNDAY, June 7 right, shown at the center left, tournament chairmen. During the Men's Pairs, Urquhart, 918 SW 21st Avenue, It's cool, and it is more durable

PKY Baccalaureate, School Auditorium 4 p.m. one of the tables pictured included play ers, reading from front, Van May, of Circle 2, Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, than cotton. Therefore it con

WEDNESDAY, June 10 Gainesville, treasurer; A. B. Grandho ff Jr. of Tampa, Rufus Heath Jr. of 2115 NW 7th Lane; Circle 4, be used for garments intendedto

PKY Senior Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6 p.m. _.Gainesville, president, and Tom Ventulett of Tampa. Mrs. J. B. Watkins, 528 SE be given rougher use.

Graduation Ceremonies, School Auditorium, 8 p.m. Reception 1st Avenue; Circle 5, Mrs. Don- I Natural linen comes from
ald D. McGuire 524 NE 12th ,I flax. The Irish ore famous for
following, School Patio II ,
Calendar Of EventsTODAY Court; Circle 6, Mrs. Stephen the quality of their linen but
Beckwith and Mrs. A. P. it is also produced in the U.S.

..1I/lnirill'UlftilllWS./ II:1.1: II. L'.tJ. Vidal, 1901 NW 12th Road; Cir- i in the Northwest. The flax
Jane 1 Dames 8 p.m., University Orange William Hall, 634 cle 7.Mrs. J. M. McClamroch, i fiber is soaked beaten, treated,
Women's Club.Kanapaha Boulevard. and emerges soft, pliable dur-
Women of the Moose, 8 1951 NW 10th Avenue.
i p.m., Moose Lodge. Home Demonstration THURSDAY, June 4 10 am.; Circle 3, Mrs. Roy able.But
UO Voice Recital by students of Club, 10:30: p.m., potluck Gainesvill e Chapter 44, Purvis 2206 NW 4th Place. then along come designers -

(3ai Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, 8 pjn. luncheon, Fellowship Hall, OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. stylists and manufacturers -
W Gainesville High School Chorus Archer Road.Merrysteppers. American Association of University Wal-, 99 who wont to make it do
i 'd- what nature didn't intend. OK
Room. Workshop 8 Women, Morning Inter 7:30 p.m.; Circle 12, Miss
J p.m., City Recreation Center. est Group Mrs. Jack Moore, Florence Wilson, Church Par- Except for one thing if a
I Gainesville Bridge Club, WEDNESDAY, June 3 2021 NW 11th Road. lors. linen garment is made of a

\ \ \ I.IoSEPfllNELOWMAN 7:30: pjn., Recreation Center. 0. E. S. Auxiliary 8 p. m., Voice Recital by students of 8 pjn.; Circle 9, Miss Marian Many straps fore and fabric into which other threads

International Wives Club, 8 Mrs. Dashwood Hicks, 831 Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, 8 p.m., A. Youngs, 2041 NW 12th have been blended like
p. m., University Women's NW 22nd Terrace. Gainesville High School Chorus Road Circle 10, Mrs. Erd- aft fasten coolness to silk, rayon, or some other synthetic
) Clubhouse West Newberry Gainesville Bridge Club, I Room. man West, 220 NW 12th Ter- your foot every hot then the socalled"linen"

Road. 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. Gainesville Little Theatre, race; Circle 11, Mrs. HaroldE. summer day and it were all must made be of treated the weak-as if
Brunch honoring Mrs. JohnD. "An Enemy of the People", lots of casual
TUESDAY, June 2 Bedell and Mrs. Walter E. style est fiber in it. Otherwise
Architecture and Fine Arts Wells and Mrs. Felix 8:30 p.m., 4039 NW 16th Boule- Godwin 1520 NW 10th Ave- too. A big plus is the wind up with misses in you the
Muehlner, 11 Mrs. vard."Colonial" .
Health Foundation shine of white. weave, see'
1 nue.University Lutheran Church Therefore the wisest
Luncheon thing
For BeautyHealth Course Set Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. R. A. -Central Charge you con do with linen as
Honors Button, 1614 NW 16th Avenue. with any item, really is to

is the foundation of the quality of your sleep. GHS SeniorMiss At William & Mary University Lutheran Church I let professionals For clean it for
you. instance.
beauty. When health wanes Many people sleep on a mat- 8 p. m., Mrs. R. A. Buttons BOB'SSHOE
beauty begins to fade. tress that is too hard or too Patricia Garibaldi, a WILLIAMSBURG, Va. the course is designed to be 1614 NW 16th Avenue. CALL OR BRING IT TO

There are three main requisites soft, too short or too narrow, graduating Senior of Gainesville Colonial Virginia's architec- of special value to teachers. I S & S
for vibrant health-sound that sags or is lumpy, or a High School was complimentedwith ture, furnishings and gardens Also included in the course STORE CLEANERS

nutrition exercise, and enough bed that creaks or groans every a luncheon given by her will be explored as part of a will be lectures on the colonIal 'Dena's for Beauty"IS Delivery e* C. h m4 Carry

enough sleep. time the sleeper moves.A grandmother, Mrs. J. G. dark, six wee k course, "L i fe in theatre music and art. 21 W. Univ. Are. 503 SW 3rd St. Mi. 372-4184

Most people give sleep the good mattress must provide on Saturday at her home.A Early Virginia," to be offered To supplement classroom NOW LOCATION IN THEIR _
work, students will visit Colon-
graduation theme was car- here this summer.
least thought, even though it is room for moving and it Williamsburg's exhibition! 2902 N.W. 13th Street
i vital beauty necessity too. should provide even support ried out in the appointments, Led by faculty members of PH. FR 2.4097
Studies show that the aver- throughoutInner and gloriosa lilies, sent for the the CoIl I e ge of William and buildings, archaeological1aboratory
occasion from Moultrie, Ga., by the ext e nsive collection ., Need moneyto
Mary and'specialists from
age person requires seven spring mattresses of I
Mrs. C. W. Haufler eighteenth century
to eight hours sleep a containing from 150 to 600're were Colonial Williamsburg and furniture and furnishings, LIFE HAS SO MANY I World's
throughout the house. to the train.Get ?
night.To. silient steel springs, supportthe The honoree neighboring institutions, par- nearby James River planata-: SOUNDS . I go
help you get your quota four vital points of the was presentedwith ticipants will also have an opportunity tions, and Yorktown 'and babies crying footsteps
Justine Hannon, Directorof body necessary for relaxationso a corsage of gloriosa lilies to delve into the. Jamestown. Students will also rain doors opening an HFC Traveloan ,
and gifts of silver in her chosen
political economic and end ..
re- closing friendly voices
at the for
vital sound
Hospital to Uneven
sleeping. pattern. ligious aspects of eighteenth- tour many of the 90 gardensin telephone calls it is Show your family the futureat
Joint Diseases in New York mattresses
provide poor The guest list included the the historic area after so very important to hear OS the New York World's
century Virginia.
City has some suggestions for support so that some muscles studying colonial garden design i weN as you possibly con.
you. This hospital was foundedat I are never able to relax no I I Miss Nannette Copeland, Miss Sponsored by the College of and the different characteristics Esryo ....U .... ..... Fair. An HFC Travdoaii
the turn of the century and matter what position the body Carole Moore, Miss Susan Shaw, William and Mary in cooperation of country and lr Nee.-,.., examination. CAD cover every expense to
is primarily devoted to orthopedic assumes. Miss Margaret Hortenstein, i with Colonial Williams- town Get rvr TODAY. the fair-or any+rhae. Cash
Miss Connie Dykes, Miss Tina I burg, the course will be held property. GAINESVILLEHEARING for-transportation,lodging.dot.bea ,
problems. Mattresses that sag not only Classes will be held in the
Amdorfer I .
Miss .Carol Keesler June 15 July 24 and will beopen
The body puts the brain to fail to support your body with air-conditioned Colonial Wil even camera
Miss Barbara
sleep, Miss H ann C'n said. firm and accommodating re- Scott, Mrs. Mary:I to both post graduates liamsburg Information Center. 620 N. MAIN FR 6-0095 equipment. Borrow
Elliott Miss
Garibaldi's home and undergraduates. Coordi- 0
While we are awake, messages siliency but. Miss Ha n non I t I confidently.and repay
room teacher, her mother, Mrs. nated by Dr. John E. Selby, ADVERTISEMENT
constantly are going notes by clinging to your contours A. T. Garibaldi, and her Colonial conveniently at Household
Williamsburg's assist-
back and forth between the they build up a cushion sister, Michele Garibaldi.younger I, ant director of research If you were in the hospital/I/ I .Finance. 1QkI.@lIIIIftdll...

brain and the body. When the of heat under you. Since ca.1'IIt.-.r*_ tsdrsroae
messages from the body slowdown inner-spring mattresses don't I
the brain can also slow hug the body and the air circulates I in the last 3 years.. II

down. When the two-way freely between the A ZENITH STEREO II Borrow up to $600

.{ comet lcatJoD slows way steel coDs they are cool and I i and were.there given ii a laxative dunce suppository nocraxnpc,diarrhea+or stomach Take up to 24 months to repay
a good upset; (3) DCLCQUX is so
down,' go'to comfortable. IS AN GRADUATION easy
you sleep. IDEAL GIFT
already know
yon may the gentle, it is ntrmmmAtA for
Of 'course your mind can .If you would like to have my I gentle and effective relief of new mothers young children. Ask about credit .fiunnxnee on loans at group nrfe_ *
/ keep ,things stirred up if you free leaflet "Steteye" which ANYONE WLL BE PROUD TO OWN.CoUC1 DULCOLAX suppositories. elderly people.

1 go over:aU of, your<
'. and affideties when you go to feat seven boors qaota of 'S :i:1 N. I use DULCOUU instead of the into easy action so naturally -
f[ bed, Let those wait until to- sleep, laid a stamped, icu .ST. enema because: (1) DCLCOLAX you'll hardly think yon are r1 J

f morrow t- .!: reqeesft to JosepIBe lawman, works usually in 15 minutes to usjng laxative at all University Ave., 2nd Floor
H .
JmtiBC.Hamwo believes titthe addresses avelspe I4tb: goer: "WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"iANiB1p.LE'S I an hour; (2) Dtncoux thoroughly Get mfeCOLAX brand of fcisacodyl NE FRonUIn 6-4524
cleanses the colon... :
kfa* of mattress you have'u \ M WNLtCJkt. fiiIIIII i111eSet. suppositories from yourphjiT
: ; :. I actually can leave it clean yfi yt for gentle relief from !laws: 110.. _11'brs4Ir.Jt II SJO-irridry 'Jill 7 IJL
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ChatterBy A compact six-week summer .
Bulletin _
recreation program starting m '

June 15 has been announced

by the Alachua County School _


EVERETT I The 1964 Alachua County L_

I the last edition of thank you from the bottom of Schools Summer Pro gram,

Last Tuesday, P. K. Yonge to Jennifer : Bulletin" for this year our heart for the iinterest that which, will include recreation

held its annual awards assembly -score on appropriate to write you have shown, 'even though, activities and summer school a _
L in the school auditorium.The other top offerings, has been telescoped -
of the year's activ- perhaps, you do not have child' '

first part of the assembly Bryant, Howard Bishop Jr. High ren in Bishop. from eight weeks last year to ,' ,, S

was In recognition of leadership, Crocker We will start by pre- Next year's ninth graders will six this year.

and several awards were pres- The to you our five top news have been Bishop's first grad- But quality hasn't suffered

ented. Mr. Raul Reyes of the i the year. uating class. We urge all of according to Dwight Hunter,

American Legion gave medals I desk set them to do their best, becauseit the School Board's supervisorof
to Betsy McMillan and Bill a assassination of Presi ,is "their school." physical education, health .

Feaster, both seniors, for their lar bond We to the ninth recreation and driver educa- S.
dio show of say good-bye $$ _
outstanding leadership, service ia faculty's winning the graders who will go to GHS tion.

t and citizenship. Mr. Reyes I oils projectors and sup- next year. We. wish them all A total of 134 teachers, recreation 1
also recognized Bobby Hines instructors and staff
of the luck that they could
it for
and Jerry Snyder, who will attend 1 D. C. T. football season. possibly need.If personnel have been employed I

Florida Boys State this an, Sharon A Fun Night and queen your name is Linda, you by the school board to operatethe .:

summer, and Sharon Preston, ards Steve must be a good speller. Out of program. As in the past, rH

P. K.'s Girls State representa nized for council elections. sixty-nine of our top spellers, the City of Gainesville is pro-

tive. Josephine Bryant was the in the State that as you read there were three Lindas that viding its share of services in _

recipient of the D.A.R. Good sion it will bring back I were the best. Linda Boyd, Linda the coordinated recreation pro-

Citizen award, and Bea Nettles mind some of the events Petrucci and Linda Wete- gram in the Gainesville area.' ,i

and Bill Feaster were given the The new school year at Bis-: kamm fought until Linda Wete- Summer enrichment programs _

Thorn MeAn LeadershipAwards. cers were kamm became our champion and summer school for Opportunities for learning new hobbies are available through the Recreation

Bea and Bill were I were "Bishop Bulletin" has I speller. She is 7-1 and comes to remedial work in Florida is I Pro gram. I

nominated by our school to officers. by from made possible by the state's
only one Metcalfe. Before she
write essays on, "Is a college The last have helped to person make, us moved to Gainesville she Minimum Foundation Program.! should contact the recreation 1 days and Thursdays 9 to 11: : Q. Jones, Duval, Williams, Lincoln
education for leadership recognized The broad program helps director in the community of a.m. for elementary ages and Mebane Archer Community
necessary we hope, has been en- lived in Titusville, Florida.
?" individuals boys and girls develop life-long residence. at Gainesville High School for Shell Douglass, Micanopy
to you. We thank all of HIGHLIGHTS: As a television
-The second part of the pro- old Trujillo who helped us station would close its broad- leisure activities by offering BASKETBALLTwo junior and senior high school Newberry Elementary and
check cultural vocational and educational ages. Orchestra practice at Waldo Elementary attendanceareas
gram recognized individual students' -a column what it is. ,
until the
casting day morningnews
achievement Dr. Cour- Club for the thank experiences. It also helps basketball leagues, one Gainesville High School on Wed- at the Gainesville city

son, our guidance counselor, an- and Claire ,It we has been you, the we would like to say them maintain physical fitness for 9th and 10th graders and nesday nights 7 to 9 p.m. Register -pool. Fee $1.50 ((16 lessons).
most grat to have a happy summer vacation -
nounced the names of the nine nized for to hear all of and creates opportunities for the other for 11th and 12th graders at first scheduled meetingof Register with school principal.
us but be to read the
your sure
members of the Senior class to on the column. We "Bishop Bulletin" next fall. developing good character and will be organized to playin class week of June 15th. Swimming for Hawthorne

who were awarded scholarships Yvonne leadership. the evenings and a junior SUMMER SCHOOLS High School and elementary

to the college of their choice. field, and Popularity of the program in: high league to play in the morn Remedial work in reading, pupils ages 6 and up on Tues-

t These seniors are: Kent Bergh, given Alachua County is evidenced ings at the Gainesville High grades 1 to 3 at Sidney Lanier days and Thursdays at Magnesia

Jose Couret Jack Cushman, !Para by the 5,600 youths who partici- School gym. A playground School daily Monday through Springs. Admission

Susan Lane Betsy McMillan, Staff and t Panther'sTale rEiI5Courtney pated in recreation activitieslast league for elementary school Friday 8 to 9:50: a.m., 10:10: to charge 30 cents ages under 12

Xiomara Oriz Sharon O'Steen, but rs to .. year and the summer ages will be organized and 12 noon, or 1:10 to 3 p.m. Fee and 50 cents 12 and up.

James Russell, and George magazine, school enrollment of more than played at the playgrounds of $5. Register _at Sidney Lanieron TENNIS

Solley. .by one, 'I t 1,000. the Gainesville Elementary June 10.Remedial Tennis classes for ages 10 '

Other students recognized for was sung ( Detailed information about Schools. Register with the high work in arithmeticand and up at Gainesville City Park

their achievement were the I j school for the program follows: school basketball coach for a reading grades 4 to 6 at and Lincoln High School tennis

recipients of foreign language The high school league and with Kirby-Smith School daily Monday -
: By ARTS AND CRAFTS courts daily Monday through
awards. Cecelia Norden was people into ', ,the playground leader for the through Friday 8 to 9:.50 Friday 8-10 a.m. Register with

named the best Spanish student; pian Society I HERBERT MARLOWE and Painting, drawing, and simple playground league. a.m., 10:10: to 12 noon, or 1:10( instructor at tennis courts on

John Flowers received the night; I ... DORIS PERDUE crafts for ages 10 to 12 at' CAMPING ..!! to 3 p.m. Fee $5. Register at June 15, 8-10 a.m. unless other

French award, and Lynda Goin Reynolds, i Gainesville High School on Mon I' Kirby-Smith on June 10. wise announced.

took honors in Latin. The State Taylor and near. It's been were crowned Queen days and Wednesdays, 1:30 3pjn. No vacancies exist for any Remedial work in arithmeticand TRACK AND FIELD
of hard work and play and King of the Prom. It
award tiated. wasa Fee $4. at session at Lake. reading grades 1 to 6 at
Mathematics was given Register Camp Crystal Track and field training for
just about over. This wonderful Prom. We congratulate A. Jones and Duval Ele-
Gainesville High School Arts i For day camping at the Sev- Quinn
elementary, junior high and junior
be a busy week for the the juniors and their
par and Crafts rooms on June I 8 enth Day Adventist's Camp on mentary Schools daily Monday high school boys. Further

though. ents. from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 2'' Magnolia Lake, register with through Friday, 8 to 9:50: a.m.i information will be distributed
BuchliolzBuzzes Night was held Thurs- Las t the 10:10 to 12 1:10 to (3
Wednesday senior pjn. the recreation director at Lin- noon, or through the schools by the

21st. Too many scho- class sponsored Move-Up assem Individual instruct ion in coin High School. p.m. Fee $5. Register at A. instructor. Meets to be held at

awards, letter awards bly. The Last Will and Testa- leatherwork, metal enameling, Quinn Jones or Duval on June the University of Florida trackon

attendance awards ments were given, gag gifts ceramics mosaics wood DRIVER EDUCATION
carving 10.Typing Friday mornings. Final registrations
to mention the peo were given to teachers and a sterling silver, jewelry Driver education for ages 14 (credit non-credit), at the elementary
we congratulate them. real gift was presented to the work stone setting textile English, General Math, American
I to 19 will be offered at Gainesville school playgrounds during the
By are rome of the senior Mrs. LaMee. At History Algebra II, and
painting and at
High, Lincoln, Mebane, week of June 15. Registrationat
awards and the close of the program the seniors Gainesville High School for Biology (offerings of any one
MARY ANN RIDGELL Newberry and Santa Fe High Gainesville High School Gymon
Science Award- left and the classes subject will be determined by
and BARTON DOUGLAS movedup ages 14 and up daily Mondays Schools. The course will consistof June 15 for junior high
i)._..' \ 1st year Typing their next standing. enrollment) at Gainesville High
years I 12 '
A :\h v4..woItI through Fridays, 8:30 to 30 hours class room instruction school students at 9 a.m. and

Tuesday night Buchholz Chap words per 1'O Green, Bookkeeping- Thursday night the Band noon, Mondays and Wednes- : and 6 hours practice driv- School, Lincoln High, and Santa for senior high students at 10 I,

ter of Future Farmers of Amer words per Library- Betty Boosters Supper was held. days 1:30 to 4 p.m., or Tues- ing, with 12 hours on a driving Fe for junior and senior high a.m.

ica are holding their last meet scoring Math-Joyce Park e r, Awards were .presented to days and Thursdays 7 to 9:30: simulator, probably substitutingfor school pupils daily Monday WEIGHT TRAINING

ing of the school year. They will were: Mary Lynn Chastain Band members.- Friday night p.m. Fee $4. Register at Gaines- 3 of the 6 hours of practice through Friday 8 to 12 noon. Instruction in weight training, \,
Doris Perdue Ag Non credit to be scheduled -
the Annual Parent-Son FFA ville High School Arts and
have an end of the year party Stapleton, driving. Register with the driver -
14 and Mondays,
boys ,
McElroy Band- Pace from 1 to 3 and ages up
held. The Crafts June 8 from p.m. remedial -
and elect next year's officers.Joe Donna ; I Banquet was speakerwas rooms on education teacher of the Wednesdays and Fridays 1-3 )
Davis, 64; Owen Green Doris Per Mr. W. T. Loften. Enter- 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m. school in which you are now I English and Math at
and 7-10 at Gainesville
Smith Joe -Elaine Holder Jer the level offered p.m. p.m.
junior high
Montgomery, tainment was provided by the Woodworking, plastics, pot- enrolled. I for
Bill Looney, and David Hunterare 63.When we Betty Tanner, Carol Quartet and Glenda Green tery, art metal working, leather from 8 to 10 ajn., 10 to 12 noon, High School Gym and

getting ready for the big for each Straight A Scholarship Chapter Sweetheart. Many working, basketry loop e r PLAYGROUNDSAND or 1 to 3 p.m. Fee $5. (Out of boys ages 10 to 13 daily Mon i

trip to Iowa in September. They lowing Parker Valedictory Awards were presented. weaving, figurine painting, and INDOOR CENTERS county $20)). Register on June day through Friday, 2-5 p.m.

will also attend classes at the Salutatory-Dor tile craft for 8 to 12 at 10 at school to be attended for at Buchholz Junior High I
Emery's ; Sunday our baccalaureate .
indoor include
of before Safety Patrol Ed. was Playgrounds or centers -summer school. School. Both programs will
University _
School Mon-
90; Mary ; Jim held. The speaker was John Kirby-Smith on at A. Quinn Jones, Buch- basics of weight lifting
8 th
leave cattle and ,
they on dairy I these, Crowder '' Legion Che. Martin, pastor of the Baptist days, Wednesdays and Fridays lolz, Duval, J. J. Finley, Kirby- SWIMMING and plans for individual needs.

dairy products.will do am grand sure job in 81; Donna Eddie Keene, Junior Church. Wednesday the seniorsgo 1 L to 3:30 p.m. or Tuesdays, Smith, Lake Forest, Metcalfe, Beginners, intermediates, and Register with physical education I.
boys a
Waterloo Iowa. Their chapter Youngblood I )-Bob Bass, to Frank Anderson's to have Thursdays, and Fridays 1 to Sydney Lanier, Littlewood, swimmers swimming classesfor teachers in any school. ::1
77; Judy footballs-Glen McEl their pictures made. Then we 3:30 p.m. Fee 50 cents and Stephen Foster and Williams ages 6 and up offered at -- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I
members are proud of them, as Brown, 75. Marlowe wait for the big night. Graduation -charge for additional supplies Schools and the Gainesville Glen Springs on Tuesday, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
much as the student body of Pursuant to Section BMW Florida \'
Kathy Terrell Bass. will be in the gym at 8 used. Register at Kirby-Smith Community Center will provide Thursday, and Saturday morn- Statutes notice 'Is hereby given that (
Buchholz is. This is an honorto School wood craft shop on June the undersigned Elizabeth N. Plttman
person to o'clock. The speaker will be Col. organized team ings for Gainesville area and
the school and also during the program games, games, and John T. Pittman doing business
chapter on her best Wm. N. Boaz Jr. 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. story telling, rhythms, music, on Wednesday and Friday i under the firm name of The Little (,
to the school because this has Holder was awarded a Gallery. 1121 W. University Ave. Gainesville -
She had 68 loan the Gaines We've had a lot of fun writ Art and simple crafts at A. dramatics, and simple arts and mornings for children from other Alachua County Florida. Intends
been held Buchholz.We
never by fictitious name under
Quinn Jones Duval and Wil. to register
The and Loan Assn. ing this column this year. Its crafts for ages 6 to 12. In gen communities (Alachua, Archer the provisions of the aforesaid Statute.
behind them all the
are way. 9th graders received a $25 been a lot of hard work too. Hams Schools and Community eral, either a playground or an Hawthorne, High Springs,I day Dated of May at Gainesville A.D., 1964. Florida this U

Emery Swearingen is still in getting to bond and learned that To whoever writes it next Center in Gainesville and Doug- indoor center at these locationswill Micanopy, Newberry and Wal! ELIZABETH 1 N.. I PITTMAN )
typing class with 129 day. They lass School in High Springsfor be under do). Fees $4.80 6-11 ((16 (3352)59,25a4: :
gross is in the finals of the year we wish the best of luck. open supervision : ages -. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA ,
words per minute on his best them the and Light Co. Es At this time we would like to ages 8 to 12 Monday, Tues daily Monday through, Friday 45 minute lessons), $8 ages 12 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND

one-minute writing. He had only with the We congratulate thank an the people who have day, Wednesday, Thursday, or, 9 to 12 noon and from 2 to 5 and up (16 45 minute lessons) FOR CERY.ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN.

5 errors giving him 124 correct graders. people. helped us.Panther. Friday 10 to 12 noon. Registerat I p.m. for Gainesville area; $3.60 ages CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

school closest to residence 6-11 ((12 45 minute lessons), LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA .

the 22nd the Patter McEl Similar activities on regular
I night : Patsy from a corporation authorized to do ,
June 8 8:30 to
a.m. .
I $6 12 and (12 45 minute in the State of Florida '
held. The theme was roy wanted her name mentioned schedules will be offered at the ages up business Plaintiff
in the Stars. The one last time. We have our 3:30: p.m. Alachua City Park and Mebane lessons) for communitiesother ys.
seniors, and their dates caps and gowns in. Just had to BA.'DInstruction School in Alachua, at the Archer than Gainesville. Junior MINTER. JOSEPH E .GUM and MAE

the music of the Hus try them on. Would like to say Elementary School and Archer Life Saving will be offered if D. GUM, Defendants. I
in band instru-
i Pitman and Turon Hi to Pam. Bye. Community School in Archer class enrollment is adequate.
Buchholz Howard NOTICE OF SUITIN
Rap ments at at Hawthorne High and Registration for Gainesville

Bishop, and Westwood Junior Shell Elementary School in area children will be at the THE NAME OF THE STATE OF 4

Westwood High Schools for incoming Hawthorne, at High Springs! Gainesville Recreation Center, FLORIDA ,
Whisperswe seventh graders and membersof June 6 from 8:30 TO: Fred T. Minter
City Park and Douglass Ele- Saturday, : ajn. 3424 Natchez Avenue
EMILY I junior high bands and at mentary School in High to 12 noon. Others will register Chicago Illinois j
Pam Whitlow .hope that the readers Gainesville Hawthorne .
you High School Springs, at Micanopy Elementary with their school principals. Mary Jane Minter
Lyla Brogdon have enjoyed it also. We would Lincoln, Mebane, Classes School and Micanopy Junior Swimming classes for ages Address Unknown 2.

There are only two more days Sanders cho like to thank all of the reporters for individual and small: High School in Micanopy 6 and up for children from A. Joseph E. and Mae D. Cum '
girls were 342 North Water Street
of class to be held for Santa I the class Mrs. Mosley and Mrs. instruction will be
be the for group organ- at Newberry Elementary School S. U SCRUGGS P. O. Box 17 Gainesville Milwaukee 2. WisconsInYou / ''i'i1ft
Fe's school term. Thus, it is lieve." majorettes Waites for their help throughoutthe ized and regular bang rehearsal Florida, and file the original In '
and School in Circuit are hereby notified that a suit
school : Nancy Newberry High the office of the Clerk of the
especially appropriate for this from the year school year. scheduled by the instructors. Court Gainesville. Florida on or before equity has been brought against, you
Peek Diane Newberry, and at Waldo Elementary by CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS ANDLOAN
Becky me "th day ef June. A. DoO 1964; oTherwise
column to be concerned with the as follows: Several band concerts will be
Susie Smith Vickie SEEN 'N' HEARD School and Waldo Jun- the allegations/ of said Complaintwill ASSOCIATION OF PHILADEL.PHIA -
Roberts be taken as confessed by you. corporation authorized to do
in the and if
activities participated by We would like to con- Tinks!!? planned given possible. ior High School in Waldo. Dated tius tth day of May A.D., 1'44. business in the State of Florida In the
Seniors who will not be with us Jim Gainesville High School band J. B. CARMICHAELClerk Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit, '
,the 63-64 majorettes Sandals and shifts. of the Circuit Court, In and for Alecnua County, Florida,
after graduation on Wednesdaynight. In the rehearsals Mondays and Wed- ROLLER SKATING Alachua County. FloridaBy and you are hereby summoned, ordered J
fine job. Smocks are out now. : Cherrle Hales and required to file your written answeror i
at dawn 1 to 3 Civic Band Instruction in roller skatingfor '
Books being turned in. nesdays, p.m. Deputy Clerk defenses to the Complaint filed hereIn -
seniors was and "End of the I Tuesdays and Thursdays 7 to ages 6 to 12 at the Gainesville (Court seal) against you in the above entitled\
cause In the office of the Clerk ef the
Preparations for the "GrandEvent" (3333) 5:11 II. 25; <:1 I
and made held last Satur. 9:30 p.m. Lincoln High band Playhouse Skating Rinkon Circuit Court In and for Ala w. County,
Notice ef Application far Tax Deed ,
in his
been for Florida office In the Courthouse
have going on
Beach. by the Student Got Shook Up rehearsals Wednesdays 7:30 to Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sac 1N.1'P..$. in Gainesville Florida en or before the '
months, but until this past week, include Recreational NOTICE IS HEREBf GIVEN that 22nd day ef June AD. 194 and to ''l
: The dress was burmu- 9 pjn. Register with band in- Fridays ( ) 9 to 10 Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder I serve a copy of such answer or defenses
there has been little evidence of Mrs. Bell of the Penalty OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) structor of school to be attended ajn. or 10:30 to 11:30 ajn. and of the following certificates has upon Gray Chandler, O'Neal., Carlisle.
and to be issued thereon. The/ certificatefiled & Avera, Plaintiff's attorneys herein ,
il Maroon were
caps gowns Enneis, Mr. called off. Bill Tommy Peyton, 5, described his 19M- 5 school term on JuneS on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and said certificates for a tax deed whose address Is P. O. Box 44, Galnn-
Issued along with a schedule of numbers and of issuance the vile Florida on or before said date
Nan first airplane ride Sunday as from 9:30 to 2 Fridays (Recreational 9 to 10 t
there to spin the top a.m. p.m. description of the property and the as required by the laws ef Florida. If
the week, on Monday. The group tha Tonge. 7301030. "not so good." a.m. or 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Fee names in which it was assessed are as you fail to do so a Decree Pro Can
follows fesso wRI be entered against you for
also voted the gift to be left BASEBALL :
on %.40 if boot skatesare the relief demanded In the Complaint.
was an $3.60 ($ own Certificate No. E4 -Year of Issuance 1962Description
for the school, it was decided will be a Summer Pro He, his brother Robbie, 10, Several baseball leagues by used) for 12 lessons. Fridays D-32 Lot 13 of Name Property in Pine Ridge PS You of are said further suit Is notified a mortgage that the.nature ...
which assessed
that a trophy case would be the made plans Westwood this sum- and their father, Bob Peyton, for recreational skating' Richard & Thebna Cobb. closure.It .
various levels to be
most decorative and useful gift will consist of 33, Oklahoma City, were aboarda age are An of said property being In T.e Is hereby ordered that this order
the late I organized by the GainesvilleCity and practice for class members, County of Alachua, State Of Florida. and notice shall be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks ki the
because of the increasingly 1935 bi-plane with pilot Don
and beginning of Unless such certificate or certificate
Tomorrow free Playhouse
Recreation through courtesy ainesvllle Daily Sun a newspaper published -
ly crowded conditions in the Skip Day. will be organized Ross 30. and plane owner Lee the Departmenticontinuing Skating Rink. Registerat shall property be redeemed described according in such to certificate law the in Gainesville, Alachua County
same programof Florida and Having a general clrcuU
provided. Devin 36 when the motor quit. or certificates will be sold to the highest -
space presently for that boys and girls at School Playhouse Skating Rink on bidder ion in Alachua County. Florida.
many years standing. at the court house door on WITNESS my hand as Clerk the
Wednesday and Thursdaywere semester rest and : ., i Ross landed in a wheat field personnel will help with their June 4 or June 5, 2:30 to 3:30 me;:.t first which Monday Is the In*th Month day Of ef July.July said, Florida Court at on Gainesville this 20tn/ Alachua day ef County May,

filled by early of the rites I who received the ,tearing off the landing gear, supervision. On a less highly p.m. A.D. 1144.
Dated this yIn .
day of May. W4.J. J. B. CarmtchaeJ. Clerk
the On Friday \
finals for graduates. .
exercises ; was Nigel Little- I.shearing a wing and twisting a organized basis,. baseball STRINGS B. Carmichael I By: Emily Waterneuse .
the Senior Meal was devoured in violin viola Clerk of Circuit Court of Deputy Clerk
Instruction ,
typing award was propeller. No one was hurt Said leagues for boys in communities AlKhua eo-tr. Florida (Court Seal)
after a morning's hard with to Suzanne Ford. The I Robbie: outside Gainesville will also cello and ,bass at Kirby-Smith (MM) ':1 J357) J.23 ':1.t, 1Jr" }

practice for baccalaureate. The Smith Legion award was I be formed and games scheduled. -Mondays and Wednesdays 9 to

Annual the Awards remainder Program of consumed the-I I from Fugat Keith 'I' to Durrance.Frank Hartman more."I'm" not going to fly any Boys interested baseball 11 a.m.INVITATION and J. J.TO Finley BID Tues-

Cato NOTICE Of INTENTION TO Bids are solicited for fornlthlng lot-
day.The REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME lowing to Sunland Training tor
hot Sunday afternoon :Emerson, I twood Prom pictures Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section S4S-CT.NAME Florida Stat. Pursuant to Section idJ.W. Florida period. covered.ings Florida Grade A
Large ;
found the group of eighty-seven I As this' is to the students tes notice is hereby given that the Statutes notice Is hereby given That Appro 4ta Doz. Weekty July 1. H44 ,
I undersigned. Walter George Levers doIng he undersigned.) Ruth G. Smith tradIng .
Ju Xth IMS.Opendtg
posing for pictures in full costume -columns, I the 25th. These business under the firm name of and doing business as *o'!. owner through Date: 200 PJM. EST. June !
Engineering Associates 1120 N.W. Uth under the warn and style of "Esther's urn. *".
Servicewas this
Baccalaureate made in color.
Street.Gainesville Alachua County. Florida Fine Confections- Micanopy Alacttua $peculations and bid forms may It obtained
held immediately after those who is the last column for Intends to register said fictitious County Florida. Intends to register said upon request from;
name under the provisions of the aforesaid fictitious name under Jhe previsions of 0. K. Mattlerrt
wards. The sermon was deliver. deavor, year, we would like I : Statuta.Dated said statute. Business Manager \
ed U.: S. Gordon in the at Gainesville Florida this Tth At Gainesville\ Florida. this 27tti day .Sunland Tramno Center. ; Lijfl1uJUQII.
by Dr.. next year's much we have en- r day of May. A.D.. 19"- of May. 1W4. P. 0 lax 40s. Gainesville.
Goode Auditorium Seniors Sara George Wetter G.Lever* l Ruth C. Smith! Florida
column and
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;I ,Buford Slugs, ', : f.-' :, ; t : -- : :i I, Giants, Mets- Go '"

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4; '. White Sox Win 23 (Wow) Innings

; By DICK COUCH Ex-Tiger Don Mossi blanked .r
I Associated Press 87011 Writer Detroit for three innings in the -
15th. The fans also saw the
: Don Buford, Chicago's preseason opener, preserving the victoryfor By
Mets' Joe Christopher play the
Associated Press Sports Writer
( candidate for American rookie Frank Kreutzer. Bu .%
l'* 4 role of the villain with his
I League rookie-of-the-year hon- A ford tripled home Mike Hersh- When Gaylord and Galen
three-run homer in the seventh
'I ors, has been carrying Pete berger in the fifth with what gave their show an out-of-town 3 >
that sent the game into extra
Ward's glove-and little else- proved to be the winning run. tryout, they never realized it }
since Ward's recent return to Ward hit his third homer in as would be so well received, once j
.4 ,
slugging form. many games. it hit Broadway that they would Orlando Cepeda stole home

:, But Buford, whose batting average < have to extend their performance. ,.- with the deciding run in the
Cleveland trailed 6-5 with two
to date barely exceeds opener. Juan Marichal won his
out in the ninth of its
Ward's weight, is beginning to inning r The players -pitchers Gay- eighth game in nine decisions.

A make his base hits count for the first game but a third strike to lord Perry and Galen Cisco Billy Williams cracked his

league-leading White Sox. ,: ;. Vie Davalillo escaped Senators'catcher and their teammates the San 13th home run in the 10th inning -
Mike and the
, He had only two hits in Sun. Brumley Francisco Giants and the New tI -< for the Cubs' triumph.

day's 5-3, 8-3 doubleheader victory Indians went on to score four I York Mets did just that Sun -. Billy Cowan's run-scoring single

over Detroit, but they were runs. Washington, behind 5-0 ? ____ day as they waded through 23 tied the game -for the Cubs in

I good for five runs batted in. His early in the game had pulled innings in the longest game in the ninth. Williams, getting

,p first-game triple delivered the ahead 10th in the eighth on Bill Skowron's major league history from the t\k: ; three hits, increased his league-

White Sox' deciding run and his homer. standpoint of time. -- i i leading average to .414.

first major league home run il4't:: k1.6 ; ;;(",:&'JJ.W Homers by Leon Wagner, his The Giants and the Mets did ,,-'-- Y I Art Mahaffey walked seven
came with two mates on base in DON BUFORD second of the afternoon, and :;-- r ." j)
not exactly play on Broadwaybut _t; Colts, but Richie Allen and Ruben
: the nightcap. has five RBIs,for Sox Woody Held and a three run ,
S a few miles away at Shea Amaro backed him with
-- --- -
". double Joe Azcue -
Buford, the International by triggeredthe BEAZY STEPHENS Stadium. The Giants won the two-run homers as the Phillies
place Baltimore in the AL. Indians' second-game rout. loser in long game
League's most valuable playerin Canadian football. hour-and-23-minute remained in first
to play seven pro- place.
1936 when he led the IL with, The Orioles nipped Los Angeles Barber, a 20-game winner last duction 8-6. The victory came Sunday's. I

a .336 mark, has been fighting 2-1 behind southpaw Steve season who had been plagued after they had taken a mere bel Koufax Wins

'a losing battle against American Bar b e r. Cleveland defeated with a bad back this year, Beazy StephensA 2:29 to win the opener of the Cisco-who really couldn't Sandy Koufax won his fifth

g League pitchers. The little Washington twice 9-6 and, 8-3, pitched a three hitter through doubleheader 5-3. blamed if, like Hamlet, he game against four defeats, but

taking advantage of a flubbed innings before he needed the aid of
infielder, used primarily as a' seven giving started seeing ghosts limited Pittsburgherrors

late-inning replacement for the third strike in the first game way to Stu Miller and pickedup Like Long Ones and reliever Ron Per-
the Giants to two hits in
hot-handed Ward recently, car and burying the Senators underan his first victory.A's Just 15 days before, in. San eight ranoski. Two of the Dodgers'runs
ried a .191 average out of Sun extra-base onslaught in the Rally Francisco, the same teams innings before Jim Davenport in the four-run third

day's doubleheader. afterpiece. Causey's seventh inning blast played 15 innings with the tripled with two out in the 23rd. scored with the help of the mis-

Better Things Kansas City topped the New off Yankee reliever Hal Reniff, Stephens, former football Stephens was signed to a ; Giants winning 6-4. Perry was Pinch hitter Del Crandall cues. Tommy Davis singled

But his' run production in the York Yankees 4-2 on Wayne came with two outs and the star for Gainesville High Wichita grant by former Uni- I the winner in that one and Cisco drove Davenport home with a home Jim Gilliam with the tie-

twinbill-he had driven in oneI Causey's three-run homer and A's behind 21. Both New York School and a standout halfback Florida the loser. ground-rule double after Cap breaking run in the eighth.
of assistant
'run in 79 previous atbatsmaybe Boston edged Minnesota 4-3 on runs came in the top of the in- with Wichita University, has versity Hank The right-handed hurlers performed Peterson was walked purposely. Bob Gibson ignited a two-run
coach when
an indication of better thingsto a ninth inning pinch-hit double ning on a two-out pinch single signed a professional contract Foldberg the I : in the same roles Sun Jesus Alou brought Peterson Cardinals' rally in the eighth Inning -
latter head of
mentor the
come for the 27-year-old by Felix Mantilla. by Mickey Mantle. with the Ottawa Roughridersof Wheatshockers.was also day. Perry, who pitched only home with an infield single. of the nightcap with a sin-

switch-hitter who shared top Buford's three-run homer anda The Red Sox snapped a 3-3 the Canadian Pro League. under Stephens one inning in the earlier game Elsewhere in the NL, Chicago gle, then held off a Reds' out
Foldberg's succes-
billing with Richie Allen of the two-run blast by Ron Hansen tie and their three-game losing Stephens, son of Mr. and Mrs. went 10 innings this time. Cisco nipped Milwaukee 4-3 in 10 burst in the ninth for his fifth
Marcelino Huerta former
I Philadelphia Phillies in spring helped Gary Peters to his sixth streak when Frank Malzone led Edwin R. Stephens, 2038 W. sor Tampa, University coach., who lasted 1 2-3 innings May innings! Philadelphia stopped i triumph against onex loss. Dick

rookie polls.Chicago's. victory in the Chicago Detroit off the ninth with his second University Ave., will report to 16, made it through nine in- Houston 4-1, Los Angeles got by, Groat's sacrifice fly and Ken

double victory en- nightcap and gave the White single, was sacrificed to second the Ottawa training camp Stephens received a bonus nings. Pittsburgh 6-4 and St. Louis I Beyer's single sent in St. Louis'

abled the White Sox to move Sox a sweep of the four-game and scored on Mantilla's clutch sometime in July. pact for signing with Ottawa. The game took more time edged Cincinnati 2-1 after los runs off John Tsitouris, who until

,. one-half game up on second weekend series. hit. than it would to sit through ing 6-0. the eighth had given up just

Hamlet twice. The New York five hits.

Yankees and the Detroit Tigers A crowd of 57,037, largest in Bob Purkey scattered six hits

I Val'ietYIStore previously bad played the long in the majors this season, saw in the opener. The Reds shelled

est game-seven hours even- the Mets pull a triple play in Ray Washburn from the mound

June 24, 1962. And only three the 14th inning and Giants' with four runs in the first in

FIRST GAME First Game Gets 7-6 Win F games-went- more innings than Manager Al Dark ejected in the ning.

r .h bl ibrhbi. abrhbi. ab r .k bi S.* -- _ _
Hewser IS 5230 BIa'me2b 5130 ; H'shb'gr rf 5131 Bruton cf 2000 Variety Store notched a 7-6
DaViio cf 33 20 Ken'dy3b 5112 Buford 2b-3b 5111 aThomascf 1100
Wagner If 42 24 Hmfn i If 5122 Landis cf 3110 Brown If 2000 win over Williston yesterday ina I II
3bRomano S 1 3 2 King rf 4000 Ward 3b 4111 bDem'tr If 2000 Central Florida League base-
C 5123 Sk'wrn ri 4 1 2 1 Weis 2b 0000 Kahne rt 4021
Smith rf :3010 Br'mly c :3 0 0 0 Hansen IS 4000 Cash lb 4110 ball game as Jack Kenworthyand MAJOR .
tChance 1000 Val nt'ncf 4000Alvls Nicholson 114 0 1 2 Lumpe 2b 4010 ,
Fi"narHb 1000 fir-limn ss 4 1 10 WUh'm pOD 0 a M'Aul'fe ss 4-122 Larry Gagner led the at- -. LEAGUE I
Kindall lb 10 00 Rud'php 0000 McCraw lb 4010 Wert 3b 4010 tack with three hits each. AN3ELES PITTSBURGH | CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS
bWh'tdlb 2000 aOsteen 1000 M'nert'y c 3000 Roarke c 4000 _
Monday June 1 1964 7F abrhbi abrhbl. lbrhbi. abrhW
McMahnp 0000 Rldzik p 1111 dMarfn c 0 1 0 0 Lolich p 2010 Wills ss 4110 Schofield ss SIlO
Ab'n'hy p 0 0 0 0 Kline p 0000 Fisher p 1000 cFreeh'n 1 0 0 aKr.utzr Kay Stephenson was the winning :LEADEqMajor Gilliam 3b 4222 Mota cf loa Rose 2b 4100 Flood cf 4010
Held 2b-rf 4000 Bnd'gsp 0000 pia 0 0 Sherry p 0000 W. Davis cf 4 2 2 0 Clemente rf 3 2 1 1 Harper 4120 Clemens If 4000
Grant p 2000 ePh'Ips 0000 Mossl p loa fWood 1000 pitcher and Maxie Fant T. Davis If 4021 Stargell If 5000 Pinion cf 5000 Groat ss 4010
McD'wl p 00 00 eRob'nsn If 1000 Fairly lb :3000 Freese 3b 4023 Coleman lb 5111 Boyer 3b 4000
OBr-wn: 2b 1 0 0 0 Totals US 8 Totals 35 3 t 3aWalked was the loser. Marvin Henderson League Leaders Howard rf 4 0 0 Clend'n'n lb 4 0 1 0 Robinson rf 2 3 0 White lb 3010
Totals 3* 13 f Totals 34 4 11 4 had a pair of hits for Va. Parker rf 0000 Maz'skl 2b 3020 Cardenas ss 3 0 0 McCarver c 4 0 1 0
&-flied out for Dudolph In 3rd b- for Bruton In 5th; b- Camilll c 4000 Pagllaronl c 2 0 1 0 Edwards 3023 Warwick rf 3010
Popped: out for Kindall In 6th cStruckout Struck out for Brown In 5th; c-Ground riety Store while Buddy Weaver ; American League Trace'skl 2b 3 1 2 0 aLynch 0000 Boros 3D 4031 Javier 2b 3010
for Smith In 8th; Grounded out ed out for Lolich In 7th; b-Walked for Koufax p 3000 bBalley 1 0 0 aeSkr Purkey p 2000 Wash bur" p0000
for McDowell In 9th; e Walked for McNertney in tthj e-Hit 'into force M. Smith and Fant all had Player Triumphs Batting ((75 at bats) Oliva, 0000 Priddy p 0000 Craig p 2000

Bridges In 9th. ,I play for Sherry for Mossl In 9th.in 9th; f-POpped out two safeties for the losers.In Minnesota, .383; Hint n, Wash- p 1 q 0 0 Green Friend: p p 0000 2000 Taylor aLong p 0000 1000

Cleveland Oil 61* 004-t .350. Totals 31 I I ,Totals 32161
ington McBean 0 a 0 0cBurg.ss
Washington 609 05ft 016- other games, Yankeetownwon .aoPped out for Craig In tth.
010 210 001 -5 0000
Chicago 8-3 from Chiefland and dM'F'lane COO 0 0 Cincinnati 401 000 010 4
Detroit 020 010 000.3 : Oliva Minnesota 37 -
PO-A Cleveland ; Runs -
E-Brlnkman Brumley. In GolfBy ; Totals 34693Totals 34434 St. Louis 000 000 00-4))
275 Washington 2711. DP-Alvls.Whltfieid. Cedar beat 10-3. Speedway .
Key Newberry Allison and Rollins, Minnesota, for Pagliaroni In 8th; b
LOB Cleveland ,. Washington McAuliffe PO-A Chicago 27', Detroit -Grounded out for Pagliaroni In Ith; E-Boyer. PO-A-Cinclnnatl 2717. St
*. 27-8. LOB:-.Chicago 6. Detroit 4. J. Atkins was the winner and Walked for McBean in 8th; d-Ran LouIs 2711. DP-Cardenas Rose and
2B Hinton. Alvls Brlnkman 2B Nicholson. Hershberger. Mc Bennie Keene the loser in the 33.Runs for Burgess In Oth. I Coleman. LOB-Cinclnnatl 7. St. Louis 6.
Blaslngame. HR Romano. Wagner Craw. 3 8 Buford. McAuliffe Ka- CARL C. CRAFT batted in Wagner, Robinson. S-Purkey 2, Edwards,
Hinton Skowron. JB-Davlallo, Alvis. line. HR Ward MeAuliffe.IP Yankeetown Chiefland game Player dropped an eightinchputt Cleveland 39 Stuart Boston Los Angeles 004 000 020-6 IP HR ER BB SO
IP H R ER BB SO H R ER BB SO Associated Press Writer for a birdie on the par-five ; ittsburgh 301 000 000-4 Purkey W, 3-3 9 40014
Grant 4237 5 5 0 3 0 1Kreutzer G. Morgan homered in the
Fisher 2 2-3' 2 2 Washburn L.22 1324431
Mota Mazeroskl Gil
McDowell W. 1.0 3132 1 1 2 W 2-0 21-32 1 1 1 3 third for the winners. INDIANAPOLIS (AP-"Dad.) 485-yard final hole to finish 11 35.Hits Oliva Minnesota 69 11am. PO-A-Los Angeles 27-1.Stargell Pittsburgh Craig 7234 2 1 2 4
McMahon 1-3 1 0 0 1 a Mossl 3 1 0 0 0 2 ; Taylor 1 00001
under the 27-14.
for four rounds DP-Clendenon Schofield and
Abernathy 230 0 0 0 1 Wilhelm 1 1 0 0 0 a dy, shoot 65 and come home. par Hinton Washington-. lendenon Wills. Tracewskl and UStetner Barllck, Donate!!!. Landes
McArthur hurled the ; Fairly
Paul ,
Rudolph 3.5 4 3 0 a Lolich. L, .-. 7 6- 4 2 1 4 That was the order Sunday and win by a single stroke. :reese, Schofield and Clendtnon.. LOBos T2:It
Rldzik :9133 1 1 3 3 Sherry 2 2 1 1 1 2 victory for Cedar Key while Doubles-Rollins, Minnesota Angeles 3. Pittsburgh *. SAN, .FRANCISCO NEW YORK
Bridges 1.3 0 0 0 a a WP-Fisher. U-Umont. Drummond from Mark Player, 3-j'ear-old The diminutive, 146poundswinger 2B-Freese. HR-Clemente. SB Wills. abrlbl abrbbi.
Kiln. U <-4 2135 4 0 0 2 DiMuro Paparella. T-2;:38. Norm Koff was the loser. 11; Bressoud, Boston, Mathews, Mazeroskl.. Kuenn If 5031 Kanenl 2b 4010dM.
WP Kline. U .Carrlgan. Hailer son of South African golfer said, "I don't know Kansas City Oliva, Minnesotaand IP HR ER BB SOx : Alou If 0 0 0 0 McMillan ss 4 0 0 0
Hurley Flagherty. T-2:41. CHICAGO DETROIT Variety Store and Cedar Key in I Grandall c 4000 Gonder c 4000
I Gary Player, a trans-Atlantic which; is more nerverackingbeing Koufax. W. 5-4 7 04341
CLEVELAND WASHINGTON abrhbl abrhbt Hinton, Washington, 10. Millrr 1300000 Mays cI 3110 Thomas If 4010
have 4-2 records while
abrhbl now call. Hart 3b 4 1 I 00.Smith If 0000Cepeda
abrhW 4000 phone a race driver or a golf
H'shb'r cf 41 20 Wert 3b 5 Perranoskl 12300011
I Oliva Minnesota
Howser 5000 Blas'meZb 4000 I Buford?.3b 51 13 Lumpe 2b 3010 Newberry and Yankeetown are Triples- ; FriendL45 71306322Green lb 4231 Chrisrer rf 4 1 1 0aO'venp't
51 2 0 But for of er. 2b 3 0 1 1 Krane'l 4110
Daval'locf 4110 Kennedyss a pair bogies Gary Detroit Green Kansas
4010 McAuliffe 1-300000
I, Rob sn rf-If 5 0 00 K a line rt 4121
J. Alou rf
If Sill 3-3 and Chiefland and Will- Hickman cf 4123
Wagner If 51 21 Hinton Ward 3b 3 2 2 Freehan c 4000 McBean 1-300001
would have followed orders to Asked whether he witnessedthe
3 0 22 Fregosi Los Angeles CarrkJo IS 301CC. Smith 3b 3020
YVhitfleldlb 4 2 3' King rf cWeis 2b 0000 Demeter If 4110 I City, Priddy 1 00000
0 00 Phillips lb 3 0 10 iston are 2 4! the number. sank birdie meftIn" Ith. Marietta! p 4 0 0 0 Jackson p 1000Sturdi't
Klrtall lb 1 Hansen ss 4222 Thomas cf 3 1 1 1tlichsn He a Indianapolis 500-mile race Versalles Minnesota and Hinton x-F aced 2
rf 3 1 1 BrIdges I p 0 0 0 0 000-6 PB-Camilli. U Forman Jackowski p 0000
Chance 3111 Williston 101 301 -
If 21 00 Cash lb
bSmlth rt I 02 00 cBrln'n% 1 0 00 I Landis cf 1 0 0 McAul'fess 3011 1 putt on the final hole for a 67 to Saturday, in which two drivers Washington, 4. Crawford, Vargo. T-2:43. A.'.354, bAltman 1000

Aicue :3b c 4113 4010 Valent Brumley cf c 4 3 0 0 00 0 0 McCraw lb 40 4 0 OOaPhillips 1 2Rakow p 1000 1000 Variety Store 010 001 122-7 j win $12,000 and: a vacation with died in a flaming crash Player Home runs-Killebrew, Min HOUSTON abrhbl PHILADELPHIA abrllbi. Bearnarth p 0 1000 0 0 0eSteph'sn

Held 2b 3122 Daniels Zim'r 3b 3110 1000 Martin Peters p c 4121 Gladding p 0000 his family as victor in the : replied softly: nesota, 14; Colavito, Kansas Llllis ss 3000 Rotas 2b 4122 3120 ,Totals a-Hit sacrifice 34 5 12 fly 4Tatals for Hitler 34 In 3 thj I I
0000 p Fox 2b 4010 Allen 3b_
Bell P 30 2lKochP TO 2020 10Sebert Totals Wilhelm p 34 0 I 0 10 0 Sherry 0 bRoarke p 0000 Florida Keg Speedway Open golf tourney. I "Unfortunately, yes." City, 13.Stolen. Spongier If 3011 Calllsn rf 4 0 1 0 b-Struck Ran for Thomas out for In Sturdlvant 8th d-R"i In for 7th Kunnrt ; c-

p 1010 aSkow'nlb Regan p 0000 Player who said "I intend to It his third since Bond cf 4000 CoVngt'nlf 3010
Totals S3Il4ITetals 323103 Totals 31 3 4 3 was tourney bases-Aparicio, Baltimore Ravm'nd D 0000 Wine" 1000 9t1l1 e-Struck out for Bearnarth In

Singled for Koch In 7th j b-Ground- a-Popped out for Rekow In 5th; b- devote more time to my family -he had his tonsils removed aft- 24 Weis Chicago, Da- white -3b' 4010 GonzMx cf 3000 ,th.
I Stars Place ; I
in tthj Struck out Il -lf 3110
Chance c Hei-tn >
td out for In 7th Ran Staub rf 2000
Struck out for Cladding ; c- "
tth.Alvls plans to return next weekto er the Masters in April. and Hinton Dalr-le, c 3000
for Bridges In for Ward in 9th valillo, Cleveland, Roberts lb 4000 San Francisco 000 103 001-5
-. Batem'n C 4000 Am'r s-lb 3 1 1 2 New York 030 000 00 -3
Cleveland 134 000 Ofll 8 Nassau in the Bahamas The victory boosted his total
,, Washington, 6. Owens p 2010 Marty p J 0 0 0aAspfte
200000100.3EKIng ..
.I'Detro.t In Pin Event
Washington 020 030 030
Chicago OOflaiOtOO-3 where his wife and four childrenare earnings this season to $29,000 Pitching ((5 decisions-Bunk- oooo R'eb'ck p 1000 E-Hlckman Hart. PO-A-San Francisco
PO-A -Cleveland 27-7 WashIngton I bHertz 0100 27-10. New York 27-13. DP Garrido,
27-10 DP-Howser. Held and Whit- living. and placed him fourth on the er, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000; Pizar- Wynn cf 1010 Davenport and Cepeda. LOB-San. FranCisco -
field; Whitfield. Howser and Bell; Blas E-l.umpe PO-A Chlcato 2711. Detroit ATLANTA (AP-Four Floridians Player wore all white Sunday list behind Jack Nick- Ford New fetal 31 1 S 1 Totals 30404 4, New York 4.2B .
Skowron. LOB- money ro Chicago and In 7th; b-Rln
and for Owens
Ingame, Kennedy 27-14. DP-Hansen. Buford and Mc- a-Walked -Cepeda, C Smith. HR-Hickman.SB .
Cleveland. 4, Washington 11. Craw Wert Lumpe and Cash. LOB- placed in the $11,199 Carl- instead of his usual black cos- laus, who finished far back in York, 5-1, ..833.Strikeouts for Aspromonte In 7th. Cepeda. S-Crand.lI. Jackson Gar-
2B-Kennedy. WhiMield 2. Azcue. HR- Chicago 7. Detroit X Bowling classic Sundayby toe lOt 100.1 Ida. SF Deven ort.I .
won tume. He Houston
Held. Wagner. $8 Hinton.IP HR-Buford. Hansen. Thomas. Cash. explained, "I to the field Sunday; Arnold Palm Radatz Boston, Philadelphia 200 OM 00..4 HRERSSSO

H RERXBell 1810 I IP H R ER BB SO Billy Golembiewski of Detroit -let my dry cleaning catch up er, who skipped the meet and and Marichal W, 1-1 03307
Wickersham Detroit
63 24-14.
W. 3-1 4 3 3 3 4 Peters. W. 4-2 7 6 3 3 2 6 ; Callison. POAHouston xjackson U 3-7 S 84413
Siebert 3 1 0 0 3 4 I Wlilheim 2 0 0 0 0 01 I Mich. with me, you know." Billy Casper, tied for fifth. Ford New York, 61. Philadelphia J7DP LUlls and Roberts Sturdivant 2 20000
Daniels. L. 4J 2 1-3 4 i S 1 2 Rakow. L24 5 5 5 5 2 21 I Lou Scalia of Hollywood came ; Roebuck Wine and Amaro. LOB Beanurth 2 2' 1 I 1
Koch 423J ? 2 2 2 I Gladding 22 0 0 1 2 -Houston 10. Phladelphia 3. Faced 3 men In 6th.
Bridges: 2 2 1 1 0 0 Sherry 1 2 3 3 32 in fourth place with a score of National League 2B Owens. 3B-Herrnslem, Callison. '
In Tth. 1 1 0 0 00 HR Alien., HBP.By Mar1ch---C. Smith). U-
x-Faced 3 men bats Williams Am.rop
14803 behind Batting ((75 at ) ? J0Owens.
U-Haller. Hurley Flaherty. Carrigan. WP Sherry. U-Umont. DiMuro Pa Burkhart. Sudol. Pryor Secory. J 2:27.

T-2S1. A.I3047S- KANSAS CITY parella Drummond. T-2:15. A17057. i ((154.42)), Tommy Tuttle of Rural U Chicago .414; Clemente, Raymond. L. 1-4 2,74.0.1 0 0 1 0 Second Cam

NEW YORK abrkbl .It r .. bi BALTIMORE LOS ANGELES Hall, N.C ((151.12)) and Bill John- Pittsburgh, .374. Mahaffey. W. 4-1 4133 1 1 7 II 5 SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK

Ku-bk ss 50 10 Causey ss 4123 Savermer cfSOlO abrkbi. I of Kansas (149.33)). Runs San Francisco Roebuck 22-32 0 0 U-' abrkbi abrkbl
son City Mays, -Dalrymple.
Rich'sn 2W 0 1 0 Mathews cf 4000 Aparicio ss 5 1 3 0 Koppe ss 4010 WP-Mahaffey.
Lopez If 4020 Alusik If 3110 Bowens If S 0 1 0 kpatrk If 4 0 0 0Robinson3b3000Perryct I Scalia won $850 prize money. 42; Allen and Clemente, Pittsburgh Williams Smith Gorman Pelekouoas. T"MILWAUKEE Kuenn If SIll Kane+slTh lOll
rf 3000 Bryan c 1010 4010 -2:15. A-i 154. CGonder 1000
Marls 3000
Perry P
Tresh cf 4000 Colavito rf 3' 2 1 Johnson lb 4111 A Cock lb 4120 Bill Allen of Ocoee placed 33. CHICAGO abrbl J Crandall 1011 Samuel 2b 7020
Howard c 40 1 0 Charles 3b 4 0 0 0Pepifn Cimoll rf .O.OclOees' 0000 San abrhbi MeMlllen as 10 1 20
and 0 0
sixth with a score of $47.23 Runs batted in Mays 421ISteWat 2b 500Woodart Hendley pO"
lb 41 30E< wrds lb 4000 Kirkland rf 0000 Torres Sb 4000. Menke ss Kranh'l 'b itll
Boyer 3b 4110 Green 2b 3010 Adair Brown 2b c 4020 lOllThomasrf Rodgers c 3000 2021 received $600. A St. Petersburgman AMERICAN LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW Francisco, 43; Boyer, St. Louis, c 2J) 2 1000 0 0 0 Williams Brock rf If 510Bailey S 1 31 J.Maya AlOU Ms rf 10 10 1 1 4 1 2 1 Thomas 10120
2010 -
Downtngp Z' OOLauc L Pet. GB Or"'pr 10 7 2 0
Barber 3OlObPearsonrf000C Steve Hobelmann drew W L Pet. CB. Aaron rf 41 3tSanto 3b 4120 Cepeda lb 1 3 0
Mantle 1012 crtbull If 0100 p Toronto 25 13 .45* 37. .. Mickm cf 10121
aGaines 1000 Chicago 24 11 Mt Torre lb 3011 sanies 10 10 1 4 1
bGonzalez 00 0 0 O-Don-h' p 1000 Knoop 2b 3000 $350 prize for ninth place Syracuse 20 14 .584 3 Clemente Pittsburgh 010 I Holler C cSmin P I 1
Miller 0000 money Baltimore 27 15..6&31 Hits If 4010 bLandrum
Reniff p 0 0 t 0 dGentile: 0 0 0 CfBlan'ch'd p Belinsky p 2000 Jacksonville 21 II .538 4V> Carty 0 0 0 0 Hiller 2b I Ill Cwr-iaroc lilt
1 0 I 0 eOrab'sky 0100 Satrlano 1000,iwith a score of 142.44. New Cleveland York 21 14 .548 4 Buffalo I* 1* .500 6 67: Williams, Chicago, 65. Mathews 3b 3Il0R0d95M 4 0 0 0 A'lfitano 3011 Hart3b 4 ewakerwp lOll
R. Lee 0000 21 14 .Ml 4 Alow cf
0000Tetals p "
0000 Wyatt p Rochester 14 17 .402 6 Vk ii im.Aloucfl601lAlhnan
gUns 20404 Totals 38 118 2 Totals 31141ANt Minnesota 24 It .551 4 Doubles Clemente Pittsburgh Roof C 2000 BTtetl Sill
1H T.tals ,
J* 1 Columbus 17 20 .45 TVs c 1" 0 0 Garrldo ss 3000 bJackson 0000
Into force Boston 21 21 .500 6Detrot Oliver 1000
in 7th b-Ran play for Barber in
for Downing Richmond 17 21 .447 I 0000 McCovey 1000
e-inglf4 14 Williams Chicago l0llCR.- Anderson p 0000
8th. B-Ren for Thomas in 8th n 14 .429 ; Boiling 2tJ
for Lu In ; c-Flied ,
m 7th c-Ran 254 Youths Atlanta 11 24 .314 12SATURDAY'S 1000 4
Mantle D'vp't ss-3b 1 1 1
for Walked for Donoghue in out for Belinsky in 8th. d-.Ran tor Washington 2t .396 Ills Fischer p 2' 0 0 dBurke C 1 Sturdivant p 0 0 0 0
7th d for Gentile in Tth.fSln- Adcock in 9th. Kansas City IS 24 J64 12 HoofS p 0000 Can Cf 401Tiefauer Bolwi p 21110D. Smith ill
7th, ERan Los Ange'w U 2t .354 13 RESULTS 12.Triples 5 pl. 0 0 Ellsworth p 4' 0 0 UecKnzlspiillLary p 0000
gled for RenlH In tthj g-Ran for Blan- Baltimore Oil 000 000-SAngeles :1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Buffalo ,.3. Syracuse 0-5 Santo, Chicago, ; Totals J2l4JTetalsWit 3$44 Shaw p 0000 eTaytor lOll
chard in ttn. Lea 010 008 000-1: Placed On Boston 4. Minnesota 3 Rochester 4-2. Toronto 1-1 Callison, Philadelphia, Clemen Into doutle play for Roof hi 7th,, jSnider 1000 Bearnarth p J' 0Herbel
Richmond Columbus 0-0
In 91*
000 000 2002 Baltimore 2. Los 4noeIH 1 and scored for Banks .CIsco" 2000IPeterson
New Yarn E-Knoo Po-A-Ba.tlmOfl 27-IS, Los 1 and St b-Ran p
Atlanta 4. Jacksonville +
Kansas City lOt Ml :sox- 4 Angeles 2715. DP-Robinson Adair and Kansas City 4. NewY 2 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS te, Pittsburgh, c-Announced for Schaffer In ?.*> 3b 4 I 0 OkSteph'son 1000

E-Non PO-a New York 24Kan- Johnson Aparicio. Adair and Johnson. Buddy Teams Cleveland ... Washington 6-3 Toronto 3. Rochester:: 2 Louis, tHome Grounded out for Ranew" In *" Totals H I ITtfaJs 136306
LOB Baltimore 10, Los Angeles 4. Chicago 54 Detroit 3-3 > 200 001 0000-3 &- -
City 2M. DP Boyer. Richardson Syracuse 4-3 2- San Fran- Milwaultee iflterltton.Uy for Walt.In .,,.
and Pepitone Charles. Green and 25 Brown. Adcock. SB arlclo. TODAY GAMES Columbus 4, Richmond 3 runs-Mays, ChiCago 000 200 001 J-t 2nd, b-Rift for Attman In 2nd, c-
LOB IP H R ER BB SO Boston (Monbouquette 1-5) at Los Angeles Jacksonville 2-2. Atlanta 1-4 Williams Chicago Filed out for Kanehl. to M
Causey. -
and 18 po-A-Milw.ukee
Green cisco d-GrOUftded
Edwards York .. Kansas C.ty 5. Barber. W. 1-2 7:1 1 1 14 Some 254 boys were placedon (Latman 2-3). night. TODAY'S GAMES ; EWondard.Mwe. wInninG I\Ift out for Sturdivant in SM,
New 2B Colavito. HR Causey. Miller 2 30001 teams Saturday in the Jay- Baltimore (Bunker 5-0) at Kansas City Buffalo at Toronto and Howard, Los Angeles, 13. 2WO (,two Chicago out wt-n 39-11. DP Menkt, out for Lary In 7th, f-Struck e-Strvdl out tar
Belinsky. I 2 3 a 10 2215 (Monteagudo 0-3) night. scored
Rochester at Syracuse Stewart 8thj '
Colavito. O'DonoghueI' H It lit 1. SO R. Lee 1 S I 0 .2 cee Buddy Baseball League at New York Terry 1-3) at Minnesota 'Atlanta at Columbus Stolen bases-Wills, Los Angeles Woodward and Torre Stewert Santo.and Bank In eth> "Crowded-Groonded out for Vt for Hart Sh w bl

Downing 441 104 Ru"Balk",,".-Belinsky.Smith. T.2.25.U-Stewart.A7567. Honocluck, the Boys' Club. All teams will (Stigman Chicago 1-3)(Pizzaro night 5-1) at Cleveland Jacksonville at Richmond. 20; Harper, Cincinnati and LOIS Banks- Milwaukee* RodgerS.3. Che9 1iaWiIflaqnS.5Woodward. *: 10th I-OUbIe4, l-.LInj out for HertIPf In 13th:
Riniff UM a 9 3 IReniff. 1 Aaron C.rty. for Perry In 23rd K-Struck
(Kralick 4-1) night.
2233210Oon'hue the week FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW I out for Cisco to 23rd.
L. 2-2 report during coming Rodgers.
BOSTON MINNESOTA (Only games s teduled ) ,
L Pet. G I. 11.Pitching
2J 71 2 20 2 4RE111S0
W. decisions)-Mari- lit
230011WP .br0bi abrbbi for team training and game TOfc.CRK.CWS" : GAMES (5 11-37 CIfoefl
Wyatt Downing 2. U-Saterno. MeKbvley. Jones 2b 4OZ2VersalIesS110 Boston at Les Angeles. N St. Petersburg 27 17 414 I San Francisco 8-1. .839; Fischer 1-3' 0 J J f. f. M4 WO *M ill MO Sal a* ?+
thaI ,
procedure.All Baltimore at Kansas N M. Y.
4110 City.
T-2 M. A 18.764. Bressood ss SO 0 0 Oliva rf Lakeland 26 11 Jfl 1 2' 2 11.m3010NNIN.lN$3.4EGorrldo
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Ytr-sU cf 5000 Allison Cf 4000 players in the Seminol e New York at Minnesota N Ft. Lauderal 25 IIMl Ito Farrell, Houston, 7-1, .875. tanauerLI-4 11 6 3336 "
W. 4-4
at Detroit. N Ellsworth
Wilson 3000 Mincher lb 4031 Washington
p Daytona Beach 24 19 .554 TVi Con- .
bMantilla 1011 Kniebw If 2000 League ( 9 and will Chicago at Cleveland N 22 20 .524 Strikeouts Koufax,, Los Angeles WP-Flscher. U-Venzon weyer. Mailer. Cepeda, Cisco. PO- JT
Locals Lose Radatz lOll ages 10)) report NATIONAL LEAGUEW Sarasota 4 Ian. Harvey. T.2:,.. A-1S.1S5. A-San Francisco .'4" New York .*.

Stuart lb p 0000Baffeyc 4020 aHall 1 SOS at 4 pjn today, Salt and L Pc?. G.I. Tampa Miami 21 16 28 23 Jffl J44 11 4 69; Maloney, Cincinnati CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS .., .. 31. ,DP-Perry. Davenport and Cepeda; 't
Davenport and
To West Tampa Matzone Nixon c 3b 3l2lZimman 4 2 2 0 Allen 2b' C 4 IllS 0 1 CContflilaro Pepper Leaguers (ages 7 and 8) San PhU-phla Fran. 24 25 IT IS .425.405 _S Orlando RESULTS 12 30 284 14YESTERDAY'S 63. ROM 2b' aorhM ISIS Flood ef 3111 4130 K/anepool. Triple Cepeda play-McMinan; Cnrtstoefur and and I'

St. LOUIS 25 20 .554 ZV4 Harper If 2' MCIenn WPiPraon KranepooC LOB-San Francisco 14. New ,
If 4 0 0 0 Hall 1000 will report tomorrow at 4 pan. st. Petersburg 12. Daytona Beach I :301Cotenfnlb 1
Clinton rt 3220 Goryl :3b 3120 Milwaukee 23 21 J33 4 ef 4 1 1 Groat Yorkl& \I
Lakeland Fort Lauderdaia l
The Boys' Club of Gainesville Staoge p 2001 and Gator League players (11- Pittsburgh 23 21 JO 4 Orlando 4. Sarasota 0 Mae HilTs 411000yf 3b 4021 101Careen's 29-J AJou Kranepoof, Cepeda Cra*.
Pleis 0000 Cincinnati 21 2100 S Henry . White fib dan. 3B-Kranepool..er, Davenport.
blew a 2-0 lead in the last 'Inning cGreen 1000 13)) practice Wednesday at 4p.m. Los Angeles 21 23 .477 I Tampa 7. Miami TODAY'S:a GAMES ss 4 0 1 0 MeC rverc 3101 C HR-Chrhtocher. -Herbel, Hill.,. C.
Total 3641l4Ts 31373 ; Chicago 1. 22 .43 alt fXxos 30 3010 warwH rf 301bKeougft Smut
and ended up on the losing In tttt b-Doo- Houston 21 24 .447 7Y4 Daytona Beach at Sarasota 1000 Javier 2b 300 Cisco.'P H.
-Struck out for Battey ; 527 Is ER Bl SO
Oriando at St. PetersburgLakeland .
end of a 3-2 game with the bled for Wilson In 9th Struck out for I A limited number of applica New York 14 32 J04 14YESTERDAY'S at Fort Lauderdale HighMae Smith c :301lGlbsOfl. p $3.3 311 BoHn 42-306521
Pleis In 9th. RESULTS Tsltoorts. p 3ellTI1l xMacKenzw 0-1 .
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West Tampa Boys' Club in a lions are still available in the Chicago 4>Milwaukee 3. 10 InningsLos Tampa Totals 32141 Shaw 1 1-31 I I It
too 020 Mi 4MlaaetaU of 15911795rr bFlledout
Boston HiD rolled
In tthj
Angeles 4. Pittsburgh 4 games -Ran far Coleman
Club Traveling three leagues. All teams report Herbel 4 31153
Central.Florida Boys' Ml 102 I-3 Philadelphia 4. Houston I Wins tor Bom IA 9th.
PeerS. W. VI At lHendiey 0
0 1 9
League contest E None. PO-A-Bostaa 27-7 Minnesota Saturday for uniforms, scnetcle -OncAwirt 4-b St. Louis 0-2 to. ,lead the Rebel ,1IIdMn. aM tot MI. 1 60102

Kite the k 5. IMA. DPGoryiASon and MIncbIr._ *,_ and pictures:. Parents San Francisco 23 Innings*4V' Mew York 3-4 2nd Coin & Stamp League at Palm sf. UuiI $30 100021.4CNone. Wakefleld 2 2 2 2 2 1
was ,
Leftjr Terry LOB-ftiston 8V Minnesota 7. garni PARIS (AP-. '. Margaret I S Anderson 1-34405 ,

log pitcher.alihohbegavC), i= ae-Coryt.,' Vtr *Jlesr- SB-Jones OIIy .'S-cnnton.Mincher. should note the ,following, Lot Angeles TODAY'S Ortega GAMES 2-U at Pins-- Smith of /'\/nBtjnUn .-woo thewomen's Lanev Liz Elleman had 505, LOUIS %1UJII_ PO-A_ -'-CkicinnhtI2l-l.M'CJnfl.". .. ..!. Stvrdlvanl 2233 I I 1 2 (
only two bits white striking out --- ---,- JP H KRBBSOGoryU chaage: Boys ages 7 and 8 must burgh (Veal 4-3). night. I Sttnrith 191hii Louis 4. J5-Groat. SB Harper Lary 7 Illl 'f
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game -
:: SF-Stangt Battey, "
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t. --- 1. 10002 their tia&n&s schedules .and Louis ,at ,ChicagoHouston 1M ;French',chnmpiHMMpii by game; and Norma 'yihourI&L5-' : ,2 2 1 J', x.Faced 1 man In 7th. !
three errors and gave upa $ ana<. L. ,.. 02-3114424 at New York N _.. I4eHa-UcWerI made GB Ioft"" w. *., 5-I 1 > 21 HBP-ar Sh w. $Samuel by Cisco c.. -IIpeda.
single to, let la"the winning ....Ia--- ,1-3. I I I 0 pictures instead of 1 as stated Cincinnati at Milwaukee N 'f* 4eeatiugManiaqjLBra< 1BaB.! I WP-TsHourli. U-Varlkk DoNttlli.Landa. PB-Cannlziaro. U- udol, Pryer.Secory 11
Francisco at Pittsburgh, N Burkturt. T.ttAS7.037..
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Dutch Lass Milwaukee Next

4L Breaks Two Stop i

Swim Marks

f 1Y $.f,., i__ BLACKPOOL England. (AP) '
For Car' Racers )

'4 Ada daughter Kok, .a of smiling an Amsterdam 18-year-old Big

milkman, took part in settingtwo

trf world swimming records
Saturday-all within a breath- By DALE BURGESS Scott Jimmy Clark and team of imported tires that began I shared the ill fortunes of the

less one-half hour. Associated Press Sports Writer mate Dan Gurney, in the new shredding chunks of rubber. Lotus-Fords although Art Malone -
INDIANAPOLIS (AP-The Lotus-Fords, were the victims
., She set a mark of one minute, Bobby Marshman, driving a [ limped to 11th place in one
5.1 seconds for the 110 yard USAC racing fraternity began year-old Lotus with a new Ford of them. I

.... butterfly a time that stands moving its cars, and equipmentto engine, set a 90 one-lap recordof
Milwaukee today for the 100- Ole Miss !
156.646 faster than Foyt There
also as a record for the 100 me- was some agitation In
miler there next Sunday, enriched ;qualified with the track all tohimself the garages, right after the '
ters.Then by the biggest purse ever '
154.672. Then Marsh-
h n tt still laughing with excitement -paid for the Indianapolis 500 but Victor In man sheered, off an oil tank race, to outlaw the high-octane
w.dr' f fw she helped the Dutchgirls' that
impoverished by the loss of two plug and had to retire after 35 gasoline violentlyafter
team set a world recordof drivers in the 48th the
outstanding laps. collision of the Sachs
4:41.4 for the 440-yard med NCAA
Memorial Day grind. PlayGASTONIA and MacDonald Fordpoweredcars.
ley relay. .. Duel Ends
Charging A. J. Foyt Jr. and The .
Britain defeated the Netherlands his Old Betsy Offenhauser got N. C. (AP) Parnelli Jones and Foyt had: possibility undoubtedly -

S 127-113, in a two day the lion's share of $153,650 from Second baseman Billy Sumrall an interesting duel for a while: will be discussed at the USAC

meet. the $jO ,625 total. opened the game, with a triple in similar Indy roadsters but rules committee meeting in Sep

( Miss Kok's 110-yard butterflytime The first closed circuit tele and Mississippi picked up 'his the fuel tank of Jones' Agajani- tember. I

knocked 2.2 seconds off the cast of the Memorial Day event cue for a 13-1 victory over North an-Bowes Special blew up in a

previous record, set by Mary showed veteran Eddie Sachs Carolina Saturday night in the pit stop and he was lucky to Car Owner

Stewart of Canada at Vancouver -plowing into the side of rookie deciding game of the NCAA escape with minor burns. After Foyt's car was owned by Bill

two years ago. Dave MacDonald's ultralightcar District 3 baseball tournament.By that it was all-Foyt for the last Ansted, who had been trying to

PBA Pin ChampsThe The Dutch girl herself held and causing a gasoline explosion going through the double- 146 laps. win for 15 years, and Shirley

the previous 100-meter record I that killed them both. elimination event undefeated in Only 12 cars were running at Murphy, Indianapolis businessmen. -

Holy Rollers team won the championship of the Police Benevolent Association with 1:06.1. The 110-yard pool I The remarkable live televi- three games, Ole Miss earneda the end and four of them were .

bowling loop this year. From left are Nancy McEIwain, Mark Czapigaand here is slightly longer than 100 sion show contributed nothingto berth in the College World driven by rookies, including

Susan Sisler. (Sun photo). meters so Miss Kok's time the purse, which was only Series starting June 8, in Johnny White of Warren, Mich., Ruby won $35,650 for third
stands as a record for both dis $12,959 more than last year, Omaha, Neb. who took the special Rookie of place in the Forbes Watson-Offy

tances. when Parnelli Jones picked up the Year award for finishing roadster; White $20,700 for

The relay record was set with the previous record winner's West Virginia and East Carolina fourth behind veteran Lloyd fourth in the Delmer; Watson

Northern Dancer to Runt Miss Kok swimming butterfly, share. were eliminated previouslyin Ruby. roadster; Johnny: Boyd $17,625for
Korrie Winkel backstroke, the District 3 vent. fifth in the Vita Fresh Kuz-

Kleinie Bimolt breakstroke and: Broke Even Russell Johnson pitched a Ward had the only Fordpowered ma roadster; Bud Tingelstad
Erika I Anton (Tony) Hulman Jr., three-hitter for Mississippi, the car that finished among $15,375 for sixth in the Federal
Terpstra freestyle.
For Indianapolis Motor Speedwayowner Southeastern representative, seven starters. Factors other Engineering Trevis roadster;
Triple on Saturday They took the record from
said the closed circuit
against the North Carolina Tar than engine trouble eliminatedfive Dick Rathmann $13,500 for seventh -
their hosts. The British team,
TV "about broke even" finan-
of them and veteran Eddie in the Chapman Watson
Heels, Atlantic Coast Conference
I, including three of the four girls
but it considered a
By ORLO ROBERTSON two colts since 1948 have had a .Wolfson's Roman Brother, both beaten in this race, set the cially champion. I Johnson was stranded by a roadster; rookie Bob Harkey
i Associated Press Sports Writer shot at the trophy when the \Vi badly beaten in the Derby and world mark with 4:43.4: a month success.It should make a substantial In gaining his seventh victory' faulty oil pump. $12,200 for eighth in the Weir

NEW YORK (AP) Northern the Belmont rolled Preakness I Ii without defeat this season, John- The first four finishers exceeded -Watson roadster; rookie Bob
miles of in the
ago.Tampa's contribution to the purse
Jones' record for
Wente ninth in the
Dancer, winner of the Kentucky son retired the last 20 Tar Heel year-old $11,350
around. Tim Tam won both the future, he added. of 143.137 m.p.h. Morecroft Trevis roadster and
,. Derby and Preakness, can join i batsmen in order. There was average ,
i Kentucky Derby and Preaknessin Art Malone Is The crowd, probably a record
one of horse racing's most exclusive disclosed one hit in that time GaryBlack's topped by Foyt's 147.350. Bobby Grim $10,000 for 10th in
,. 1958 but was beaten six last Saturday but not The three Studebaker-Novis the Vatis Kurtis roadster..
clubs Saturday by fourth single-
cap- inning
the Irish-bred Cavanin was estimated from 260,000 up
lengths by
turing the 96th running of the the Belmont. Happy to Finish 500'number to an unlikely 350,000.A but he was thrown out trying to I

, $125,000-added Belmont Stakes large proportion of it saw stretch it to a double. AUTO FINANCE

.: at Aqueduct. Carry Back, whose thrilling INDIANAPOLIS-Art Malone four turn", he said.' the great ball of fire that erupted I Chet Bergalowski was the only ? DIVISION OF

In the long history of the three stretch drives carried him to of Tampa rolled across the fin-]"Until the very last minute, I on the second lap near the Mississippi player who failed to GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
J races tcampristog the Triple victory in the Derby and Preak- ish line more than 10 minutes :planned to drive through the: upper end of the main straight- score, but he drove in three runs I 'c ::, Con Refinance

_ :. Crown foe 3-rear las orilyegtil\\Hess m S9 ,Tan t:'b 'vS: }x 1.beinb 'tD l; "W"m"i tS: 'tD E 4 SS Seamaa. S \Stn !-J\ S >oi: % S :a ay,13S 5)y Stcc. Sipe meat, aid ace a daQtE(!. ucd a gate aC sic. yDJN Im>>" CD DJf4f D,

thoroughbreds have captured aft est races in fire 'B&moztt. 23e annual 500 mile Memorial Day:a hoe 2n the Iwe. \ }whaled the smoke 1iS )})'t thh2r(gSYS ID Siva e.1 bMs. I III .<
three events. The last was Citation wound up seventh in a nine- classic Saturday, but his 11th cars piled into the inferno and AH nine Mississippi prayers 1 Ii OJ) Our Special Low Rotes

in 1948. The others were As- horse field as Sherluck won for place finish looked like victoryto "But I couldn't. There was a I were blasted from the race. II hit safely in a 14-hit attack on and Cut Your Paymentsby

sault, 1946; Count Fleet, 1943; the biggest payoff in the historyof his crew. solid wall of fire and blade The race was halted and restarted -five North Carolina pitchers. V in Most Cases.k .

I Whirlaway, 1941; War Admiral, the stakes named for August "He drove a fine race and smoke across the track. I stopped :' for only the second time Shortstop Jim Speight averteda I $550 up to $5,000

1937; Omaha, 1935; Gallant Fox, Belmont,. who played a prominent we're proud of him," said Andy about five feet from the since the 500 was inaugurated< shutout for North Carolina Just Cell Us At 376.2511

: 1930 and Sir Barton, 1919. role in the early days of Granatelli, manager of the Novi flames.....right in the middle of in 1911. The other stop in 1926 with a home run in the third ; .. or Stop In Our Office
Not only has the coveted horse racing in this country., racing car team. "We want him the track." was because of rain. inning. I THT Grail "eO"sad At 718 N. Main St.

honor proved elusive but justMidget Sherluck returned: $132.10 for $2. to drive again next year." Malone said he misunderstoodthe Goes To Front

I Northern Dancer, owned and By completing the 600-mile starting instructions when The hard-driving Foyt, three

bred by E. P. Taylor of Toronto, grind, he became the first man the race was resumed, an hour times USAC national champion i GM DEALER SERVICEMEN
LoopStandings and 40 minutes after the acci-
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the three races. after about 50 laps," Malone real rough," he said. "It got place on the 55th lap, after the

LEAGUEW L Pel. This little, quick son of Near- said, "Then I had to start shut- cold during the long delay. AndI more glamorous new equipment
3 1 .750 never could get it to run t.
Moose 3 1 .750 ctic-Natalma is certain to be the ting off for the turns a coupleof had washed out.
' Carlo Hope 1 3 J50Chesnufi choice small field. He hundred yards ahead of the right. Rodger Ward, twice winner of
over a
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULES 250Tomorrow was the second choice in the 'other drivers. I just tried to Malone, 27, said his second the event, made the best show- I

Tuesday Lions, Moose vs. Chesnufsj v. Carlos Wednesday Hope Derby and beat favored Hill I stay away from the other cars 500 classic left him "slam ing with one of the new rear-

' ., Chesnurs Lions vs.VS.Moose.Carlos Kirby Hope Smltm Thursday Rise by a neck after a sizzling 'and hoped nothing else would deaf," and with a "handful of engine Fords, taking the $56,925

field 24-second final quarter to com- !happen. sleeping fingers. Last year he second money. He had to make

AMERICAN LEAGUEW L ,et. plete a Derby record of two I Malone had started the race completed only, 18 laps beforea five pit stops three more than

C'vlllt University Building City Lions Trades 3 4 0 1 .1.000.750 minutes flat for the I'/i miles. on the outside in the 10th row. burned clutch forced the Novi he planned and three more than

Hughes Supply r "1 3 .250 i When the seven car pile up out. Foyt needed.A .
Baptist DOW 0 4.000 .aHi11' A.
Rise, from George
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE occured, in which Eddie Sachs
Tomorrow Hughes Supply vs UnIversity Pope Jr.'s El Peco Ranch of I
and Dave MacDonald lost their
City Lions Tuesday Baptist
D.O.W. vs. Building Trades Wednesday California, again was made the !lives, he was still far behind the
Building Trades vs. University.city favorite in the 13-16 miles of the
Lions; D.O.W. vs. leader."I .
: Hughes. Flniey'liel'IPtlst Preakness.. But this time he had
saw the flames when I hitPUT
I I WESTERN LEAGUE W L Pet to settle for third as the dazzling Financing Plan for Every Need f

1, First National Bank 3 '1 :.750 Dancer won by 2\lengths with a r
,* Fire Department 2 1 Ml
University City Kiwants 1 2 .333 The Scoundrel in the runner-up
Sudden Service 011 1 2 .333 YOUR
Plumbers Union 1 2 .333 A X V Ze
Tomorrow Plumbers Union vs. Fire Rise will be back with his CAR IN j
Department; Tuesday, Sudden Servkevs. _ _
Kiwanis; Wednesday Plumbers Un- long, ground-eating strides to
ion vs. Sudden Service, Thursday Klanls the of the North- EXPERTHANDS
I vs. First National' Bank. Little-' challenge pride
wood field. DIXIE LEAGUE I land. The Scoundrel, sold a few

, Citizens Bank 2 2 .500 days ago by Rex Ellsworth to
i io ir it
First Federal' 2 2 .500 r c
Kjell Qvale of San Francisco for
Johnson & Faris 2 2 .500
North Central Baptist 2 2 .500 $500,000, was headed back for

I Tomol WEEK'S Citizens SCHEDULE Bank vs. North I I another session with the champ.I A iStA rt
Central Baptist; Tuesday Johnson & But he turned up with an injured '
Faris vs. First Federal; Wednesday, AT THE
First Federal vs. North Central.Baptist left front leg Wednesdaywhile I
Thursday, Johnson .. Far!* vs. Citizen GAS WELLs
Bank Monday and Wednesday 'at Sid- preparing for the Jersey i 1
M nay Lanler field Tuesday and Thurs Derby and is expected to be out
day at Stephen Foster field.' I ( rI
" REBEL LEAGUEW L Pet. of competition for some time. I

Florida Pest Control 3 1 .150 I i
C'vllle Shopping Center 3' .750 This will leave the Dancer's I r '
.j Life Underwriters 2 2 .500 other rivals to come from a
Kirkpatrick & Pierson 0 4 .OCO t
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE group that includes Paul Mel- r 1 I
Tomorrow Life Underwriters vs. Kirk- .
Ion's Quadrangle and Louis E.
Patrick Pierson; Tuesday. Shopping ,
Center vs. Florida Pest Control; Wed I
Msda,. Pest Control vs. Klrkpatrlck & .
Pwrsoiu Thursday. Shopping Center vs.
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Monday. June 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun__ ..

\ At !I Thieves Hit:


I Book StorePractical

t TheLibrary rather than literarj

And DiscordsBY i thieves visited Mike's BoOs

Store, 116 SE 1st St over tin
: I weekend and left $100 richer
VERB RICHARDS City police reported thi
II "The Retirement Handbook," public Congress, and the executive -break-in happened early Sunday
by Joseph C. Buckley. Harper branch influence the policies morning and was
The Annual String Roundup ful direction of the University's tras gave a delightful program & Row, rev.d. 1962. "101 Waysto and programs of the Agency -by owner Mike Bliziotes reported at 6:3:

Il sponsored by the Alachua Coun- Edward Troupin. I, with them. The Corelli Enjoy Your Leisure," by for Western Civilization" ajn. yesterday.

ty Board of Public Instructionand The Elementary section num- Concerto Grosso was very well The Retirement Council, 1964. (Cohen-essays on the future of Investigating officers sail I
bered 89 and had all the string done, with beautifully definite Camer-
the University of Florida, ins; "Hungry Tiger" ( thieves forced the bars
gathered together tiny primary sections, even to a harp, and rhythms, fine crescendos, well By A. R. Mead on-history of the Flying Tiger over a rear window and enteredthe apart

string players up through senior had some very skillful "key" sustained adagio, and a gener- Mr. Mead, our guest revieweris Cargo Line; "The Conservative store through the windoM

high school performers, so the performers so that everything ally fine performance. Professor Emeritus of Education American" (Manion) -insight after breaking it. An estimated

\ large stage in the P. K. Yonge moved beautifully. Both primary Rheua Stakely, Anne Bridges, University of Florida into the ideals and actions of $100 was taken from two cast
auditorium was filled to overflowing and elemental groups violins and Harry Home, cello, and State Director for Floridaof American Conservatism.Home registers.

emptied and filled had a Danburg number as wellas were exceptionally professional, the National Retired Teachers and Children Another Sunday break-in wai
: again. other interesting compositions. -the Greensleeves Fantasia delightful -
Association.) at Westwood Junior.
There were only 25 of the tots with flutes and harp,: "Wednesday's Children, .
High by city police.At
listed, but they were assisted by Following the intermission, the the Pizzicato Intermezzo strikIngly : According to a proclamationof .(Young-a study of children the time the
some of the elementary group Junior and Senior High orches- clean and stirring, and the ....".'C, President Johnson this is abused or neglected; "Never in report was
.. filed, investigating officers had
and handled their instruments tras took over and Mr. Troupin, Hovhaness was melodically su- TI -." Senior Citizen' Month. Let us the Kitchen When Company Arrives"
not determined whether
r and themselves in fine shape, treating them as though they perb. Dorothy Reaves was chair give; serious consideration to' (Morse-recipes) to be thing was taken.Couple any.
rA under the very kindly and help- were one of his U.of F. orches- man of the performance. these persons. What are their I prepared ahead of time, "Whena
conditions, their needs and activities Child is Different" (Egg-a Loses

./ Sunday evening May 24, featured ? The Gainesville Public basic guide for parents of men-
the Music Ministry of the Library has very useful mate- tally retarded children; "Mod- 4 Children
Poor First Baptist Church, under rials for the Senior Citizens em Scandinavian Furniture"

he direction of Fred G. Schol- and those who are approachingthat I(Hard of Segerstad-illustrated) In House Fire
!field. The choirs take status.
many guide to selection and use.
I ( -
care of boys and girls fro rnprimary I- "The Retirement Handbook,

They Need Help grades up through senor UF Players' OfferingRehearsing by> Joseph C. Buckley is particularly -I "The New Religion Orpheus" (Scott) are Mr. in and a Mrs.hospital Robert room Henning today

high school, each choir with helpful. The 17 chapter contemporary essays toward a
victims of fire that killec
its separate director and all under scenes for Tennessee Williams "Sum- titles indicate well the subject Christian "The Gospels, the a
I Editor's Note-More than 10 said. "Some youngsters 18, 19, the supervision of Mr. Schol- mer and Smoke" to be presented on the Universityof matter. Sonme of the more sIgnificant -Portraits of poetic Christ" (Rollins- four of their five children anc
in the and 20 old couldn't read their vacation host.
million school children years
field. i Florida campus June 3-6 are Linda Lashbrookleft ones are: "Getting study and comparison of the
I United States can't even read 2nd grade materials. The program Sunday evening ( ), Gainesville, who plays the part of the old Ready for Your Harvest four Evangelists and of their relating -I The fire struck Sunday in I

their textbooks. Result-they "We also discovered the students included two fine Organ numbers maid music teacher and Mimi Carr, Micanopy, who Tears," "Health and Long of the Gospels; "Religion house in which Mrs. Hennings:
hate school, drop out and face from "Sonata for Life "Income Planning and ;her five children; and the own
needed more than one Organ' plays the part of her taunting mother. The Florida Ponders Science" (Booth) essays -
unemployment and low pay. hour of instruction a day, so for by Mendelssohn played by the Player's production will start at 7:30 p.m. in Nor- financing Retirement Living'" of religious leaders on the er, Theresa Coston, 53, wen

But Melbourne is doing some- 1962-63 we hired another teacher Church organist, Mrs. Tommy man Hall Auditorium Wednesday and Thursday and "Housing for the Retired" "A impact of recent scientific developments sleeping.Mrs. .
thing about it, and here is the and made it a two-hour Ruth Waldo, Ph. D., a preludeand at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.Physicist Small Business of Your Own," on religious be- Hennings, 37, managec
story of an outgoing remedial course a one-hour reading laboratory a postlude. The Combined "Where to Live in Retirement," liefs. to flee with her 2-year-old son

reading program.) and a one-hour writing Choirs sang Beethoven's J 0 y- and two chapters on leisure Fiction William. The other children

lab." ful, Joyful We Adore Thee with Teller time activities, as well as "In Viva" (Savage) novel ranging in age from 3 to 13 and

By G. K. HODENFIELD fervor followed by the Balcony chapters on Florida, California -about the makers of miracle Mrs. Coston burned to death it

MELBOURNE (AP-Ten to "Phase II' English, for those Choirs doing with firm tone and the Southwest as living drugs; "A Gap in the Wall" their beds.
reading at the 4th, 5th and 6th Vandre's The Church's One Social is also who
fifteen million school children in areas. Security (Estivals)-story of an Algerian Hennings, was sleeping
the United States are such poor grade[ levels, was started last foundation. After a hymn, a discussed. This recent edition is girl's struggle to attain freedom alone in a nearby cottage
readers they can't understandtheir all. Another teacher was hired, Girls' Ensemble sang Mendels- Due Here FridayDr. quite up to date in facts and can from inhibiting traditions, "One tried with his wife to enter thi

I textbooks. I and the old library, which became sohn's "Lift Thine Eyes" with ., be of great help to those who Million Dead" (Gironellanovelof burning home but they were
They flounder and fall back. available when a new library very fine tone quality and a lilt need information of this type. Civil War "The driven back by the flames.
] turned intoa Edward Teller of the of Florida the Spanish ;
built one ty
was was that religious.The' campus Friday.An "
was yet
They become the dropouts the 101 Ways to Enjoy Your Leisure -
pushed-outs the unemployedand reading laboratory.In next number was especially best known figures in the field architect of the H-bomb recent book Leper, and Other Stories" (Dji-- ............
a sponsored .
stories written whilein .
unemployable frustratedand Phase I, class size is keptto attractive, with two choirsof of nuclear science delivers two and advocate of stronger civil by the Retirement Council of las-10 ,

hopeless.At a maximum of 12 students. the youngest boys and girls public lectures on the Universi- defense! Dr. Teller speaks on i Stamford Connecticut is a mine prison in Yugoslavia 1956-61; ,1 ;a

best they mark time in in- One class has only 9. Phase II singing "Child's Morning Hymn" "Decisions for Survivial" at 8:15 :of useful information on how to "I, Keturah" (Wolff-the whom) life storyof be- 4nckq Jr ,

dustrial arts or home-making classes run bigger, but the em- with the very young, fresh voices p.m. in the University Auditor- use leisure wisely and pleasantly an orphan for "The Rich .. ..... ?. .
classes pushed along from phasis still is on individual in- following earnestly the friendly Scouts Plan ium. He also makes the key- It opens with a chapter on comes meaningful; '.... .:.S.
grade to grade without struction. conducting of Mr. Scholfield. note address for he Florida Poor Folks" (Cooleynostalgictale S S'
the in Americans
learning. The remedial i courses are Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Civil Defense Conference lunch- of life in the Sacramento AIM in Ocat.
leisure and gives helpful sug- 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
"The ultimate tragedy is thatit counted as regular English' Desiring" gave its beautiful 10-Day TripIn eon in the Student Service Center gestions on choosing Valley in the 20's; "The Chosen -1DRIYIIN

doesn't have to be this way," courses,for the students. I melody to Sandra Smith vital at noon. leisure activities. If you wantto your! One" (Simonhoff-fictionalized.
B. Frank Brown, principalof "Why try to cram Shakespeare obligate played by Robert Will- biography of Salmo Molko,
says OzarksA "The Weakest Link in : play games, this book will
Melbourne High School. or Milton down the throatsof iams, whose smooth tone add- our martyr of the Portuguese In-
these if ed to the number. Four Preparedness Civil Defense"will help you. If your yen is for "The March Man" THIAVRI.US.M
"Youngsters can learn to read youngsters all they girls quisitions; .
arts and crafts boating
fishing, -
if the schools will take the time have ever learned to read is and two young men sang with Gainesville Explorer Scout be the topic of Teller's examine (Botsford-a son's attempt
it for
and trouble to help them. 'Look, look, look. Go, Spot, sympathy, "Spirit of God, Des- troop plans to live up to its luncheon talk. The conference community, service calls help.this If through the observations of 3 NOW! 3 ADULT HITS!
"We're proving that here at Go.'?" Brown asked. cend Upon My Heart. This name next week by taking a0day brings over 200 state and county -I others to reconstruct the imageof OPEN 7:00 SEE 2 HITS!
Melbourne." The Phase I program goes group was labeled the Youth "great western trek" to civil defense specialists to volume will suggest many waysin his father; "Jenny and I' SHOW 7:45 LATE AS 9:15

Three years ago Melbourne right back to the first grade lev- Choir. the Ozark Mountains in Ark the campus. Participants in the which you can help., Many (Letton)-return to Hilltop a AT 9:15

launched an all-out attack on el if necessary, and there is The regular Church Choir ansas. conference will engage in roundtable other features make it a delightful -farmhouse in New England the

the reading problems that heavy emphasis on phonics gave a fine interpretation to Boy Scouts and leaders of Explorer -. discussions in an effort to book, and beautiful illustrations setting of a mystery; "Day of
contribute much. The
plague every American high learning the sounds of letters Hoist's "Heart of Worship." The Post 84, sponsored by the solve existing problems in Flor- the Arrow" (Loraine-a mys-
school. It may be the best andI and then learning .read by combined choirs gave a beautiful -First' Methodist Church of ida's civil defense program. print is easy to read and you. tery woven around an ancestral Th-

most comprehensive program in ;sounding the words. and worshipful performanceof Gainesville plan to leave II Dr. Teller's talk in the Uni- can enjoy reading while seeking estate. /

the nation. Phase II is divided between Malotte's setting- of "The Gainesville Saturday and return versity Auditorium is sponsoredby practical help.The /: ;;
Melbourne is one of the last individual instruction in spellingand Lord's Prayer," to end a rich June 14.They > the University's Public Functions -: library has other mate- f .j;. >

places you'd look for reading writing, and the reading and impressive service of mu- plan float trips and and Lectures Committeeand rials for Senior Citizens. The SUBURBIA t tL", ADULTS

problems. It's a fash-growing, laboratory where pupils work in- sic.An camps at Oak Mountain Alabama the Association for Community copy of "The Senior Citizen"and l.l IVE INTHEATRI 'll'(\'fll<4'--' S ONLYI

slum-free community just southof dependently.The interesting performanceby Crowley's Ridge Arkansas Wide Protection from copies of "NRTA Journal"and lt' 111\ ,
Cape Kennedy. Many of its I lab teacher, Miss Louise the 6th grade was given in and the Deltta National For- Nuclear Attack.In "Modern Maturity" in this TONIGHT!

residents are engineers or tech- I Bone, said the one major problem -J. J. Finley School Tuesday rest in Mississippi. library for the use of anyone James Aubrey Charles,Chopin;
nicians at the space center. is getting.the right materi- morning directed by Beckey Scouts participating will be: other activities on the who is interested. The library

Its high school has a national als."These Daniels. One of the ten numbers -David Westfall, post presidentand campus, the Department of Mu- also has information on health, "LORD of the FLIES"2nd

reputation for excellence. Grad I youngsters are too old "Getting to know You." tour director Bruce Brasin- sic is sponsoring a faculty con- housing and federal legislationfor Showing with WI .

uates of its 1,500-member student -for 5th grade readers," she said. !was delightfully sung by the ton, George (Andy) Jones, cert Tuesday and the Florida the aged.So ALBERT FINNEY AT 7:45

body go on to such prestige "And yet, this is all some of director herself, with the child'Craig Meaden, Edward Hunter, Players present their first pro- make the best of you life "Saturday Night & LIVE FAST DIE YOUNGAT

institutions as Princeton Harvard them are capable of reading ren repeating it, also singing Larry Jones, Glen Brashington, Players present their first pro- with this fine library. 10:30 '
Only: two three duction of the Sunday Morning" GIRL OF THE NIGHT
and Dartmouth. Visitors or publishers well. Another had soloists John Bill O'Dell, Herbert Stevens, summer Wednes-
come here from all over the have been interested in provid Shulman and Frances Smith, David Hunter, Lewis Graham, day through Saturday.The -
world to see what makes it tick. tag books for retarded readers." singing very well done and Mike McDaniel John White- The following new books will
Yet when the school To this extent, the remedial much appreciated by all the faculty cqncert Tuesdayin be available at the tomorrow
year ford, and Paul Miller. the Medical Science Building library I Was A BeckoningMistress :
started last-fall. 70 of MelbourneHigh's reading program at Melbournehas pupils. Two folksongs and a Adult leaders will be Col. C. Auditorium at 8:15 will feature : jL1JJBROADWAY i.ti Block
been an outstanding chorale
students were reading success were also fine. H. Current Interest
Cowles post ; WalterE.
below 4th grade level 300 others : There are no disciplinary A number of solo and small Godwin, associate advisor : Carolyn Troupin, pianist, "Mao Against Khrushchev" Negligee A Lady and a Tramp and Still He (

below 7th grade level. That problems with the poor readers, group recitals are being given William A. McNally, local banker ; and Edward Troupin, violinist, (Floyd-analytical) account of Pursued Her The Fascinating Story of i,
who are usually the most unruly. I will wait for next week playing sonatas for violin and with
to Hart's Love Affair
means 25 per cent of the student and Richard A. Kendzior the Sino-Soviet conflict; "Wit Moss Broadway
had The dropout rate at Melbourneis mention the whole list. piano. The concert is open to
body severe reading geologist. ness for AID" (Coffin-how the
only 4 per cent, comparedwith the public without charge.
Roger is mature and articu- a national average of 30 AppropriateSYRACUSE I 'ACT ONE'
.. r Selections for the evening Include JASON ROBARDS JR.
late. He has brilliant promise as percent Typhoid Handel's "Sonata Number 5 in FamilyDie
artist. He had "I think we have been N.Y. (AP) 'A
an never "
Six in E Major; Mozart's"Sonata LAST TIMES TUES. 1:00-3:05-5:05-7:45.9:05
learned to read. tremendously said man arrested on a downtown
Number 10 in B flat in Blaze
Mrs. Young. street
Sunday night was Outbreak
"There are millions like Roger "
"We are doing something to charged by police with public major; Hindemith's "Sonata in
schools -
in the U.S.
today E," and Franck's "Sonata in A BUFFALO N.Y. AP) A
cruel of human
stop a wastage His
name, police
Brown said, "but they are swept "
under the rug. resources." said, is Southern Drinker. I Easing Off major. mother and four children died WATCH FOR WOODY WOODBURY!
The Florida Players present early today when fire swept
"In the average school, they Tennessee Williams' "Summerand thfr single-story frame homein -
would have Roger doing wood, ABERDEEN Scotland (AP) Smoke" Buffalo's Central Park dis TODAY!
work in industrial arts." California PrimaryTo I- The typhoid epidemic that through Saturday Wednesday in Norman trict. FlompA 1:331-3:33-5:35

But Roger was lucky. The fall sprang from a supermarket 7:37-9:39
Hall Auditorium. Performances The father, Charles White, 26,
of 1961, when he enrolled, also, meat slicer appeared today to
listed in serious conditionat
marked the start of MelbourneHigh's Get Full Treatment be leveling off in Aberdeen. Wednesday and Thursday begin was Columbus Hospital with Man tote ferife/ Brifo takes Jog! Dog lakes met!
Fears the outbreak had at 7:30 p.m. and Friday and ,
remedial reading pro spreadto burns over 75 cent of his
gram., By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Next season may very possibly the British navy were quieted. Saturday at 8 p.m.
Today Roger reads at the 7th Television Radio Writer be the last for the slick Tickets may be picked up

grade level and is improvingevery NEW YORK (AP-NBC has comedy team of Lucille Ball A British navy cook and sea- across from the Student Serv- body.tananetla's I IChiistits''
day. He will decided to bump an entertain- and Vivian Vance. man from the submarine Ror ice Center from 10 a.m. to 3,I

this year and plans to graduate..ment show-the Telephone Hour Miss Vance, it is known finds qual were'hospitalized in Glas- pjn. each day. Admission to stu-'!
art schooL starring Robert Goulet-for full- constant transcontinental travel gow as typhoid suspects but the dents is free with presentation!

Til catch up" he said. :dress coverage of California's between her Hollywood job and Admiralty reported the two of identification cards. General I "Gainesville's Favorite Kaufmaim !?

"I have not only learned how primary returns next Tuesday her literary agent husband.: sailors were suffering from gas- admission is 85 cents for adults! Garden of Eating"now 11 OIlSleuI r.kr,-'),... ta:

to read, I've learned to like to night. 'John Dodds, and their Connect! troenteritis, an intestinal in- and 55 cents for high school stu featuring: a MUKUKCXT'... A Umwnjl Must

read. I used to be so ashamed !cut home difficult, and would flammation. dents.
CBS will take the first
of myself, but I'm not now. half of Moore's over hour andif like to settle down on the East Schools have closed and sodalife SUMMER COLD Din With Your Gracious Host
"I have just finishedreadini Garry Coast is suspended in Aberdeen PLATES TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON
"Robinson Crusoe." It's a book) the returns are interesting where 209 have been '
Vivian is to persons The Cathedral Church of St
should have read years ago enough expand its coverage to 20 or more expected episodes of appearin next hospitalized. There are 160 con, Michael In'Coventry, England 706 W. University Ave. (9 B.B.Q

but I couldn't. Now I'm tryingto a full hour. season's "Lucy Show." The top firmed cases of the disease, 49 I was destroyed by fire bombs I Ph. 6-0666 LAMB
all the I've As usual, the three major One has died. For Carry-Outs
catch things suspects. woman
up on candidate at the moment foVivian's on November 14, 1940., Candied Yarns
television networks now are in Ten S
missed. replacement is Ann new suspects were hospitalized .I As a Carrots & Br
Most reading experts believe fierce news competition duringthis Southern, who will in Sunday, the smallest One Full Pound LUNCH ..... 65e up Raisin Salad
that by the time a student presidential election year. some of the appear daily admission since the epidemic -, (fLI: ;: I DINNER .. S5cB.. Hot Com
reaches high school it is too late There is still however a ques- programs. flared 10 days ago. I KC Sirloin "VJ f Stick & Butter
to remedy severe reading prob- tion whether the mass viewing What some of us hoped would "I think there Is.every ALFORD'SSfeak Hot Coffee or COMPLETE
the prove to be an exclusive Ed JlkeU-1 HOUSE Iud Tea
public is as fascinated as hood that this outbreak $195 JJPTOWER
ems.At Melbourne they believe network news departments in,Sullivan monopoly importation -fairly soon" said Aberdeen'shealth i "Wi\ ) -M 210 C. UNIVERSITY Year S.c..itf Cup of Ceffcs er Iud TeaJ

they are making progress, even the finer details of the preliminary -: of long-haired English rock officer, Dr. Ian Mao- Always FREE.
if they aren't producing zniracles. gfcfn ihfagT V roD singers for TV guestdots Queen.

There is even a questkm now threatens to I The Aberdeen outbreak started -

The remedial program at Mel- about the ,viewer's overwhelming become an epidemic. ABC through the sale of defective r
with six classesof '"Hollywood Palace" win introduce 'corned beef In
bourne started desIreto, watch every detail a supermarket
20 students each. It was of the approaching national coo-: ."The Rolling Stones" still The meat slicer used for the I 'i' =

"Phase I" English for those ventions of the two major another shaggy-haired quintet beef also was used to cut other t1! I II
reading only up to the 3rd.grade parties. The networks are planning ,on June 13. _ _meats. This spread the disease. ,I CAFETERIAn:
level to provide extensive expensive r
Mrs. Laura Young, director of 'coverage of the two '

.the program' was its only teach events. But televised -conventions RENTAWH liii, ,, rG : I'I'I

-to' those, wb were I M1 ;': Conditioned i Open Daily & Sunday
er."We ,found some chfldrefl watching them ia 1963.'1966 and Free Parking I

disabled I ia reading that.K'wM 1060-hive became an accepted TELEVISION, 433 111111 I Banquet Facilities- PHONE 376-4491 I

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DEAR ABBY: I am so lonesome I could die. I would likea On Saturdays a bunch of little girls go to the movies r x"'. a'F e: Ra: g g.' IMPOImNGSLO&&OVIA LLSUPPW AMERICAN KIDS EId t1/
nice man I could support keep 'house for, buy presentsfor pair off with a bunch of little boys who have also come in ITSILF.'f THETASnESTCaoUKlTR/: WITH DELICIOUS SLOBBOVIAN YtAN

and to love. All he would have to do is love me back. group. Do you see anything wrong with this? My THE' NEW IMTHEVJORLD.7 AND OUR HOUSES,T SN SLOBBOVIAN SLRL NOME

I have never had anyone love me and no one to love. .I is not boy crazy, but she says, "Everybody else does." s ICED SLOB-BICYCLESW1.llCOVER rr" \ HYDRANTS NOURISHING A St.K ,. .
have been married for 22 years to a' I-don't-know-what-you I tell her to give the boy's ring back and that she KNOBS DOOR -
would-call-him but he isn't a man. I am still married, but sit in a movie with him? CALLS A
if a real man came along I would get a divorce fast. I am BETWIXT AND =: PRESSCONFERENCE. 'I
53 but don't look it. I work every day and love my work.I DEAR BETWIXT: : 'In my opinion your daughter is W r. .. 1;
want to meet a good clean man who would like to meeta young to exchange rings with a boy. And only when she

good clean woman with a house (paid for), a car (also old enough to accept a movie date with a boy should l -
paid for) and a job. sit with him. A good answer to "Everybody else does" !
LONESOME "No they don't.YOU are somebody, and YOU don't. <

DEAR LONESOME: When you married your husband you a ,
swore in the presence of God and man to keep him in sickness DEAR ABBY: When I read the letter from Mr y mom.

or in health, for better or for worse, 'til death parted who asked, "What makes a 57-year-old man suddenly
you. I don't know what ails your mate, but he is yours. You an interest in clothes and grooming?" and you

Mill have no trio 2 ... n. a. r u; u ,-rt, t., y "A WOMAN," I laughed out loud. I have watched my
presents for, keep house for and to "love" if all you ask in year-old husband go nuts over clothes. He never owned GOWN AT 1: GOT UP AN'SAID- } i

return Is to be "loved back." But don't expect to replace thing he didn't need because ,he is a penny plncher. WHAR DID VE GIT AI 1H'CIVIC WHAT HOOTIN'HOllER e

your "I.don't-know-what-you-would-call-him" with a real man it's a black suit, a blue suit, a gray suit and a brown = 'TH' BLACK EYE, V CLUBSUT NEEDS IS

because real men don't let women support them in exchangefor Sport jackets in stripes and checks, and hats to match E-4 ? MORETOURISTERSAN' LESS i
"love." suit. He has fancy shirts and monogrammed IIIII4 a
cuff links and even cologne! He even uses hair oil to e
DEAR ABBY: I have read a lot of letters about teen-agers: the few remaining strands of hair lay down on his ( _
but I need some information on 5th graders. Many of the head. The reason? A married woman young enough to e ,

little boys and girls in my daughter's class have exchanged his daughter. She works in the same office and doesn't

rings. My daughter came home with one a boy had given he's alive. :
her, and now she thinks maybe she should give him one.MONDAY w l 61 1

"The One and Only O Bachelor Father .,.
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Bing" has, since 1926, appeared (D Romper Room ( ) J ;:::5 o ,
in more than 50 9:30 CD Jack La Lanne i --_. _-- --
0 movies, sold over 200 million O People Are Funny !
records and has been 10:00 O Say When HEY HE
television.O O Science Around WE WERE OROE ME. .I'D BETTER THERE- LANGUAGET!
Andy Griffith CD Waldo Norris ( COMING, BUT IT? GET RID OP IT- THROW l'

Andy has helped young 10:25 O CD News WHY DID THEYIMPRISON US? BUT HOWHOWIT

Jimmy Morgan a coupleof 10:30 O CD Word For : /
times when the boy was O I Love Lucy

in trouble, but now the 10:45 0 World of Numbersand Gl tI
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station where he Forms
gas got 1l
EVENING O What's New
Jimmy a job has been 11:00 O CD (Color) I
5:00 O Best of GrouchoO The Port of New Orleans
Adventures in Animals. Your Camera. robbed and Jimmy is tion / r 1
the prune suspect. Bar O Price Is Right -'v cuLc
Paradise 8:00 O I've Got A Secret ney: Don Knotts. Jimmy 11:30 O'CD Missing Links ,,
5:25 O Moments In Sports- )
O Changing Community
Morgan: Pat Colby. U Pete And Gladys
5:30 O Newscope Daytona 8:30 O Lucy-Comedy O Fugitive O New Horizons CQ

Beach "Ethel Merrman and the 10:00 CD Billy Graham 12:00 O CD Your First ,11
5:55 CO (Color) Local News, Boy Scout Show," conclu- -
Sports, Weather sion. and Viv (Special) ImpressionO WHY--WHY WDNT HE HAVE HAD YOU AW) (NQ..NCH HADNT/] HL NEVER FEELXI REX IS AN ADULT
1:00 O News, Spts.. Weather miffed because their sons 10:30 CD Compass 12 Q High School RNALLY & '' RATHER THAN LET US SEE FT REX MORGAN.... 7HAVE TO ANSWERTOYOU,
O Sunshine Almanac have chosen them to be RECOGNIZING FIRST IN THE PAPER a! NEVER! MEORANYVNEELSE!
"Sand And The Sentinal. 12:25 O News
Local News
615 O wardrobe mistresses-in- +fJIn
11:00 O O News, Weather, r NO CHOICE BUT r
12:30 O CD Truth Or
6:30 O CD NewsChetlIunUeyDavid stead of stars-for the Boy Sports TO BREAK THE ..; f' *. w
BrinkleyO Scout Show. ConsequencesO NEWS TO TUNE, !.
News-Walter O (Color) News, Search For MELISSA SHOWS
Cronkite O Far Eastern Arts -| Weather Sports 12:45 O Guiding Light HER THE PAPER, ,''a
Dr. Graeffe the CREAKING I INTO "
O Compass of 11:25 O Movie O Visiting Spanish TEARS AS SHE
spirit worship
as seen
7:00 O Zane GreyWestern"Seed "G h o s t s of Berkeley Neighbors 0 DOES
in number of cultures
Of Evil." a Square." (English; 1947))
12:55 O CD News
and historical The
period, sir
Two ghosts are condemned r
O 1:00 O News
Evolution of
While riding alone in the to haunt a castle untilit O Midday -.---
desert, Favor finds an un- Literature. is visited by royalty. CD Local News
conscious woman and her ,I 9:00 O Danny Thomas. Robert Marley, Felix Ayl- 1:05 CD Match Game

baby, both of whom are O International mer, Yvonne Arnaud. 1:15 O Focus
near death from exposure. MagazineDocumentaryFive 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson O Elementary Spanish 11 I SAW YOU I IIINO YOU WEREN'T SO NeiGH&OOe/ 'll I|!( WELL.oLD MO.GRUNDY'DlDNT
Favor: Eric Fleming. stories covered are: (Color) Scheduled guests 1:30 O ScienceO / PRETTY WOMAN ,1 WHY l'? WHEN HE MOVED IN HIS LAWN IN Af
Rowdy: Clint Eastwood. the life of socialist Mayor include _singer Johnny As The World C WHO JUST MOVED I BE1NG Tr BIKINI _Jl

Wishbone: Paul Brinegar. Gaston Defferre of Marse- CashEd McMahon, CD Ernie Ford STREETS NEIGHBORLY1p

Clay: Charles Gray. illies; Julius Nyerere Skitch Henderson orches 2:00 O CD Let's Make A }e P
t O Compass Rose President of the United Deal I'r c4)L
"The Unlucky Fisher- Republic of Tanganyikaand O Password J
man" tells the story of Zanzibar; a look at ::00 O SlimnasticsO 2:25 O CD News

the Tlingit people of an English ship that Sunrise Semester 2:30 O CD Doctors -l o1f
Southeastern Alaska. Ruth broadcasts music and 6:10 CD Continental Classroom O House Party -

Prins is storyteller. commercials; a comparison American Government. 3:00 O CD Loretta Young ;
CD MoUe of British and American 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac O To Tell the Truth Afq -

"Good-Bye My Lady." campaign techniquesand 6:30 O World Civilization 3:25 O News Z -"""-
7:15 0 Friendly Giant in Rome, a seminar- O Pastor's Study 3:30 O Edge Of Night .arc 6 I .
7:30 O Movie ian's life is contrasted with 6:35 Q Sunshine Almanac 3:30 CD You Don't Say iMARY'MOYER

(Color) Monday Night at society's "easy life." 6:40 CO Living Words 4:00 O Match Game

the Movies: "Singin' in the CD Hollywood and the 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor O Secret Storm r yea.. MY COUSIN AND HER HEREr! QUICK!
Rain." ((1952)) A romantic Stars 6:50 O Farm and Home CD Popeye's Pals HUSBAND AKC. LEAVING FOR
team In the silent-film "Sirens, Symbols and 7:00 O CD Today 4:25 O News MAK/VWKTH HAVE YOU NEVER FtCWH MANY EUROPE AT 6I.--AND TM TO )
era has trouble makingthe Glamor Girls," last of Scheduled guest: "The. 4:30 O Burns And Allen HAS HAD A BEFORE 1ARSWOItiH;' 11tr1E5. TAKE CHARGE OF THEIR
transition to talkies two parts, views movie Beast," an experimentalrobot O Woody Woodpecker = /TWH RC KN MADE ME SO [HILD LN!...AND ITS
because of the lady's awful queens Jean Harlow, Kim that moves around CD Movie 1 1 THflTWEAJUE.LATE .
voice. Betty Comdenand Novak, A v a Gardner, without help. "Crosswinds." ((1951)) N.BUT NOTBECAUSE. VERY c.,

Adalph Green's satiric Jayne Mansfield, Rita I, O News Weather adventurous captain of o OF /
screenplay includes Don Hayworth, Marilyn Mon- 7:05 O Ranger Hal schooner attempts to AIRTURBULENCE Q
ald O'Connor's lampoon on roe, Brigitte Bardot and 7:50 O News trieve a cargo of i:= 1 1

comedy-acrobatic danc-, Elizabeth Taylor. Joseph 8:00 Q Captain Kangaroo from a crashed plane l.i \
ing, and Gene Kelly's parody Cotten is host. 8:40 O Americanism vs. the New Guinea ;;.

of the chorus-girl 9:30 B Hollywood and the Communism. John Payne, .-..

numbers of the Thirties. Stars. 9:00 O Divorce Court i_Fleming. <-4

SMILE! With Art Buchwald

h rr? 1964.1r HAS A ONE,BUT I Mg.MOSES TONO

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WASHINGTONYhen Barry If not applied correctly, you I their cellars until all your crabgrass ing backyard if you don't ."."'................."..,.,.::'::;.: L 1
Goldwater was Interviewedlast might kx&ck down, your houseat I is dead. ,I ment with new types ol .. ."... of 1I

I. television he the time you're trying to kill I Since it is still in the experi-i killers. :
Sunday on l
suggested that one of the waysof your crab grass. I mental stage, there may be Instances I We feel Sen. Goldwater did h.....,......jNj.....'r..1...,I'.J.., Z. ,,,,,,,,, I jI
destroying the Viet Cong's Or you might destroy weeds where the atomic weapon -great disservice to this I -,., '''1'
supply lines in the jungles was in your own garden, but the, could be too strong for the by suggesting we defoliate .........I.,....., 7z-
to destroy the foliage with low- fallout might injure perfectly, foliage, and this could make everyone's ; Nam when there is so much h_ __

yield atomic weapons. "Whenyou good plants in your neighbor'sbackyard. inhabitable garden in the area un- wanted foliage right here in
for several weeks. United
the foliage remove Sometimes if
remove you not I ytU OOMTNAVE
But can't have omelet if in'
you an Anyone his
Senator right
the cover, the used correctly, atomic weapons KEEP F+At GItJGON "to
you don't break an egg, and you knows defoliation begins c wozzYA
was quoted as saying. This, we can be as dangerous as DDT.I BESTL.E/ tt
discovered known in military: We believe, the best way to certainly can't have a goodlookBy home. TI+aY'i E'GgTTNv6 I oLoBiiETLE I+I?
"defoliation. handle the defoliation _
terms as program !
There were many harsh criticisms in the United States Is to set up I People in the NewsNEW i IHXYMAS.6SU2VNE

of the Goldwater suggestion -a Home Users Service under

not because it was con- the Atomic Energy Commission.If .II' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS YORK (AP)=The 4

sidered reckless, but because ( Congress complains that this MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP- Dr. Martin Luther says

most Americans were astonished is another example of government Sen. John L/Mcdellan, D-Ark., buying might be a good
to read you could kill foliage I control, the AEC could license was hospitalized over the week- to gain better jobs for 3
with atomic bombs. low-yield atomic weaponsto and the auto industry might -TT v
knows of end but he was to return to a good I.
If the government mail-order houses. place to start. )
ways to eliminate growth with When the foliage in your back- Washington today.An King, chairman of the Wq =:

nuclear weapons, most homeowners yard gets too great, you could aide said only that Mc- ern Christian Leadership
feel they should be made call the Defoliation Service, Clellan 68, suffered from a ference said, Sunday he .
available to us rather than shipped which would send out an expe- "flareup of a chronic condi- call a nationwide conference N THAT S tSETTEJC.JURSE: '{" 'THATS WATGONb vE5-A W WALKING JOSMT UP
tion." He released from A I WAS CEirrAlhlY 1tfUEVE TV1T.106HT EL JTO [GARY.'APPARENTLY'SNE
was civil rights leaders on the ONr PfcUGHTE? NOW.
to a foreign country. rienced to take of
crew care the Blount Memorial Hospital in .. 1"\5 MEN WATSON LEEDS FHOWEP CLOSE W vG> ject next falL1LFRACOMBE
All of us who have been fighting matter. They could either set J'JOGE P1JXR W SAW GARY HAD AR7lDGIZEDt5
the battle of crabgrass, off the atomic weapon by detonator MaryviUe Sunday. T 'A 10 HIS;AUGHfEIt -
weeds, and dandelions have or, in the case of larger England ( ROM I r vct
been waiting for some major lawns, drop a low-yield bomb Prime Minister Doi Y.L CDO B.Y..
destructionof MOSCOW (AP-Harold Wilson .-Home says Communists WE OnCES THAT ,
breakthrough In the from an airplane.To ..
leader of the British Labor: that nuclear war is out of I 6/.Jlf :rAVE
foliage. The military, it appears do the job properly you r t3ACIC I IAT
party had a lengthy conference question because they too ...
had the answer all the would need 1kJRiC
cooperation from
today with Soviet Foreign Minister be destroyed, but they are .
time and if it weren't for Sen.
your neighbors. Despite the
i Andrei Gromyko.Wilson ing under cover of treaties
Goldwater we would have never. great strides that have been ,
I who will be Britain'snext arrangments to subvert
known about it. made in defoliation you still minister !
prime if Labor parts of,the world. I I 1T
Of course the use of low-yield may have two to three days of wins the fall elections arrivedin Douglas-Home is making ;

atomic weapons for home use fallout, and so your neighbors Moscow Sunday night for a whistle-stop political tour of '
must be handled very carefully. would have to agree to stay in! four-day visit. west of England. I'

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peeding $25 Dcnald Lee Crews Bell of. 11.Billed county I n 5 U R E S P I n E I before publication I
May 29, 1951BIRTHS drunk $25. Clyde Agee, 4430 SW 44th 13. Laban' 33. Shoshone- I G E R Tuft. thru FrL paters-S p.m.
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Rd drunk $25. Barney Eugene o ._' p R D P S S E ;
Morgan. 111 SE 4th Ave., noisy muffler 14. Circulated :!f. Gypsy """ (Minimum ad 4 lines) 1--
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Mr. and Mrs. Fate Holey, 808 Oth St., blocking traffic $7.50. Levl 15. Hartebeest pocketbook ( to Sunday's Puzzle) st
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NW 5th Ave., a boy; Mr. &: Washington. 724 NE 8th St., faulty

F Mrs. Fletcher McCloud 1937 NE muffler $10. 17. Fixed 36. Miss Foeb 42.At one time 2.F'1bcr plant 1 Insertion ............................................... SAc 11M
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Eth Ave., a girl; Mr. &: Mrs. Schuctif Vilage.: May blocking traffic, 750. 38. Crystalline 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c: line
Hughy L Watson Naval Air Station sugar nickname 4. Dexterity E 12 Insertions .........-..........................ile line -_
\ Curtis Sheppard. 1615 NE 6 Jacksonville, drunk $25. Charles Albert 20. Papal eouii sugar <
Terr., a girl; Mr. & Mrs. Wm.A. Brown Jr.. 936 SE 2nd Ave, speeding 21.Unshod 40. Travail 6.Viper i ed x number of Insertions.S .

SID .Randall Knight Page 1524 NW 23.Handle 41.Fifttmth DOWN /.Bombast i
Kirby, 2833 NE 14th St., a Utfi Ave., reckless driving $25. Gr.letter L PitchersSolution
:roughly g.Injury
girl; Mr. &: Mrs. Anthony Whetstone I
Five letter words per fine
Elbert Edward Roe Jr. <14 SE 2nd 9.Army mule ;
ll city, a boy; Mr. &: Mrs. Place ran red light $10. John Joseph J = 6 /f 10.Bed cover
Schilling :3420 SW Archer Rd. ran red i
Joseph Pylka 1403 NW 6th Ave. Same as > lines
light $10. Flossie Tillman Standrldge 12. Summer in 8 Pt.
a boy. 3023 SE 13th Place speeding $25. Dan / ( Parts = ordinary type
Clark Williams 1518 NE 2nd St., ran
red light $10. Willie James Williams ( 18.Lead-tin I 12 Pt.Same as 3 lines e,

ADMITTED 5C6 NW 3rd St., careless driving.. $25. f ,y alloy type
I Aubrey Bishop Wilson, Alachua speeding Ii
i 21. Fundamental I Same as 4 lines
S10. Mike Duren Knotts. 1301 NW j7 f0 j y
Mary Elizabeth McCloud Rebecca / 1 8 P t ordinary type
6111 SU ran red light. $10. Sallie Harvey IL .

Mary Sheppard, Ardyce Moses.driver's Rt. license.2, violation$20. Marcus of restrictionson Henry 20- 21 it 22. Sport I l

Irene Kirby, Florice Mable Gay, Brown 1030 E. Univ. Ave.. speeding 23. Favorite I Sam as 5 lines

Mattie Pearl Whetstone, Marilyn $10.. s! 25.Draught 24 P t. ordinary type
Joan Bell Cowling, Ft. White, failure 26.Pacific
I Louise Reeb Twila Denise to yield right of way, $25. Tolar Masters 1 =
Baals,'Waldo, Improper turn $10. Samuel ts, t / 27.Enlighten I
I Lewis, Mary Evelyn Knight, David Wilson 207 NE 7th St., ran red 28.Point In 111Ie Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than
Ada Julia Lanier, Nathan N. light. Calvin Hill Bettls Jacksonville 1 t9 =0 t fencing insertion, nor will It be liable: for any error In oneG1 G1
ran red light. Howard Carlton "Ahrens tisement to a' greater extent than the cost of the space:
Prevatt, all of Gainesville; Ethel 1103 NW 11th Avr. speeding, $15. 1 29.Buffalo :3 pied by the l'*m bt the advertisement. No adfustment

E. Bishop Cross City.DISCHARGED Nancy Karen Butts 3818 SE 27th St., s 3tf 30. Gr.market 55 be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
the advert Isement.g .
speeding $10. Theodore Henley, Trenton, 31.Tetrachord
an red light, $10. Richard Allen May- 1( J7 1 9 Small I I
ben, 608 SW 40th St., speeding, $10. Lois No Longer 32. E!
I Patrick Niles. (15 SW 11th St.. blocking Rainbow The Gainesville Sun reserves the' privilege of revising or ro a
Barbara Jean Hendrix and traffic. $7.50. Ralph Douglas Whittaker, e = I letting any advertisement which It deems obiectlonal and to !-
1715 NE 7th St, ran stop sign, $10. -35. chance the! classification! of any advertisement from that or-
son, Sandra Lan gston and Furman Green, 715 NW 12th Ter., speed- = Sp.hero .. dared: M conform to the policy: of the paper.
ing, $10. Tidal Wlndham. Sunland Train

daughter, Mary E. Christ 1 e, ing Center. failure to yield right of Nwrabe4wee G- 5 21___ ft,_ _.___ ___.._.1J Po
Harriet Reeves and daughter, way $25.Anna For time 23 min AP -- 1WIIIIWWII1IIiII/IiUJI/
Gene Cliff Chesnut. Rt. 4, overtime -
1 Bennie Dugger, Joyce Howard parking, $5. Elliot Frederic Ellis. 14-Sale* HelpWantedOPPORTUNITY
4029 NW 19th Place speeding. $10. Hugh
Jacquelin Robinson, Staten Employment
Melghan Hill, 2234 W. Univ. Ave speeding
Fowler, Jr.; Glenda Maltier $10. Perry Clay Moore, 3746 SW KNOCKS'
5tn Place. U-Turn, $10. Thomas Richard You've read about fabulous ViI-
, I and son, Sandra Barbabas and Patrick 303 NW 15th Ter., parking In J lac* Green. Nowhelp sell III
truck loading zone $S. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Excellent/ earning opportunity for
I son, Carolyn Cobb, Vurnes Bailey William Warren Ward 414 NE 5th licensed Real Estate salesman.

't i Philip Anderson, Ida John- Ave.. blocking traffic. $740. Maurice Allen Dorman sales manager.
Eugene Ennis Florida City, speeding CHECK BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Hugh Edwards. Inc. 372-1551
I son Sidney Hazen Daisy Lee Mlcahel 514 NW
I $10. Charles Jergins Need up to 15 per hour demonstrating
32nd Ave. U-Turn $10. John Phillip famous Studio Girl 16 Work
Wilcox William Yent Eloise Wanted Female
Merrill. 115 NE 9th St. ran stop sign. Cosmetics. Full or Part Tune..
Rogers, Dorothy Ruth Taylor $10. Morton Drew Aulls Town and Phone 374-4334 after a.
Country Trailer Park parking In truck WANTED nurses 'Job or companion
and son, Willie J. Dunbar, Nar- loading zone. S5. Edward J. Emerson, "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER to elderly man or woman. Can
Edward Fisher Ins SW 2nd Ave. ran red light. $10. THESE new management. Open- _o- anywhere Phone 273-2119.
ris Jr.
Eppi James Arthur Hammock 1930 NW 11th 9 Ings for fashion directors. Part
Sandra Bowman. Road careless driving $25. James time er full time. For appointment 18 Schools fir Institutions
Franklin Shinholser Jr., 5601 NW 16th ,i, ) NOWIS call 372704._
Place. U-Turn $10.
UNIQUE positions open now tor ladies Real
20 1964BIRTHS
May Richard Lawrence Stern 321 NW 19th ;,- who Qualify for personal e d Exam
t lane. no decal, $5. Rebecca W. Schwey.er. services. Vivlanne Woodard Pres- COURSE
1115 NW 13th St. no decal $5 CLASSIFIEDADS ATTEND First
tige Line Cosmetics. personal Interview lesson free
Charles Richard Amen, 2305 SE 11th
In the privacy of your "OWELJ-'S BUSINESS COLL6..8
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Atkinson Ave. speeding $10.
I home. Call 374-1480 for appoint COLLEGE. 'II w. Univ. Ave
, -Estreated the bond of: Nicholas Paul FR 6-3507. 3723727.
124 SE 13th St., a girl; Mr. Anthony. 3028 NW 13th St., overtime ment.
and Mrs. James Terrell Green parking $5. WAITRESS & COCKTAIL WAIT- MEN & women It to 55 fo train for
-Fined: Thomas H. Blye. 1625 NE RESS evening shift apply Mr. CIVIL SERVICE
Rt. 2 Bx. 240, a girl; Mr. and 8th Ave. driving while Intoxicated. $150 Pozin university Inn from 2;00 Examinations. For Information
I or 60 days drivers license 'evoked to I 00 P.M.RECEPTIONIH. send name address & Phone No.
, Mrs. Fang-Huai Ho, Box 12597 three months. Joseph Bennett 1031 NE Or Use _, Key Training Service. 112 W.
THE doctor's office
Univ. Station girl. 1st St., drunk $30 or 10 days. John for Adams St., Jacksonville
1 Smith Drawdy, Kincaid Rd, drunk. 3 mature and experienced. Salary
days. Robert Roscoe Mullins doing open. Reply Box 429-A, Gaines- SIX weeks junior typing class?
ADMITTEDMadella electrical work without being a certified vine Sun.OPENING ._ Summer school. Reglstra t 10"
FOR June I. Howell's
electrician, $25 or 10 days. Patricia CLASSIFIEDDial In Gainesville and each "I Business College
I' Booth Leatherwood, (15 NE 10th Ave, of the surrounding towns for 3507.W. Univ. Ave. Phone 37*.
Fae Smith Atkinson, driving while Intoxicated, $150 or 60 woman who enloYs| arts & crafts.
f William Atkins Gager, Linda days drivers license revoked six TIME Call Mrs. Crosby. FR 2.9982, after I
months. Meroe M. Crawford Waldo. 4:30 P.M. & weekends._ U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS!
Lou Smoke Green, Cather i n eI' failure to yield right of way. $15 or
WANTED experienced office girl
:\ five days (suspended). Roswell Edward BIG Men-women U52. Start
I Elaine A. Robinson, Hendrik Lee Jr., Archer Road Village, speedIng with bookkeeping training. Paid $10200 high as
vacations group Insurance. Call a week Preparatory
Middelhoven, Andrew Clark, $10 or three days. FR !834M training until
appointed. Thousands
I' James Edward Finch. 2721 NE 11th 0 _
Helen Zue Ho, Judy Simmons, St., speeding. $10 or 3 days. James TO OFFICE CLERK Gainesville. of lobs open. Experience
Guy Hamilton 403 NE 6th Ave., speedIng Billing filing phone orders must usually unnecessary. FREE
Elizabeth Oliver, Edgar 0. $10 or three days. Julian Nathan type and use adding machine Information on lobs salaries, requirements. .

Yates all of Gainesville; Barney Murray. 1517 NW 19th SIran red SAVINGSON 5 days. Write P. O. Box 1723 Write TODAY
light $750 or three days. James Edward Jacksonville. Fla. giving name address and phone.
Bass Cordell, Old Town; Harretl overtime parking S3 or MATURE woman with office experience. Lincoln Service Box 410M c/0
one day. Robert English Field. 239 C eond) Gainesville Sun.
Cross Good working -
Manning City GET
Margene Flavet III. parking out of assigned
Call FR 6.0170.WAITRESS
t Clarence Thomas, High Springs, area. $2 or one day. William Edward Sell Fast 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
shift. Larrys
Beach 225 SW 2nd Ave.. blocking traffic night Apply -
t Walter Preston, Williston; $.S or two days. Restaurant, 1225 W. Univ.
Louise Smith 311 NW 4th Ave., disOrderly Ave. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good
, James Millsaps, High Springs.DISCHARGED conduct. $25 or 10 days opposing for watch, stock and pets. FR

1 police officers in line of. duty. THAT 376.4672 NEED MONEY to bolster the budget 2-0033.
\ $75 or 30 days. ? 4 or 5 hours a day will GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all
Howard Lee Johnson, Rt. 3. wllfullwanton with bring you a good Income. Call shots, ready to go. Shown week
, Hollins reckless driving.i 30 days. James \ Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat.
Joseph C. Poole, Mary Baker Lake City. Fla. driving while FINE and Sun. See Don Carney 3501
Whaley Maurice intoxicated. tUO or 60 day. Leonard NW Uth Ter.MINIATURE .
Mrs. Margaret
Hall 448 NE 16th Ter.. driving while CAPABLE WOMEN
Wayne Hunting, Mrs. Frances Intoxicated, 10 days and $150 or 60 BETTER needed In profitable established ter. Dachshund Puppies
days. ritories to show Avon Cosmetics.Call AKC rep 6 wks. 2 mates 2
\ Givens, Ray Morris, Mrs. Jean Robert Eric Blackburn Jacksonville Person ,,... Mrs. Bums FR 2-0421. females. have had shots $50.

elle Fillman and daughter, MikeL. Fla. driving while Intoxicated, $150 or CARS! : HAVE A BUSINESS Phone 6-3800. 2913 H.E. 10th St
60 days. Isaac Bradley, 934 SE 7th FOR SALE AKC registered Chi.
DeBose, Mary Elizabeth Mc- Ave., disorderly conduct. Eddie Barton. OF YOUR OWNSet huahua puppies; also Collie pup.
Mrs. Floye 709 NW 10th St.. petit larceny, 10 days CAR! ''1 J: : your own hours no Invest. pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery,
Cloud and daughter, and S25 or 10 days. Jannette Jenkins f: .! ment no high pressure people Milhopper and Uth Ave. 4-3324.
Jordan and son; Mrs. Mary 311 NW 4tn Ave., resisting arrest. $75 to wanted. Apply 138 NW llth Ave.
or 30 days; $25 or 10 days. Jessie Wed., June 3 at 7:30 p.m._ FREE kittens. Call 376-8041

\ Scott, Willie Henry, Miss Mable White Missionary Baptist Church, drunk. YOU'LLBE WHITE female age 20 to 35, waitress AMERICAN Shepherds 1 male' 2
Zetrouer Mrs. Karen Minerva $25 or 10 days.Withheld work 43 hours per week, female. well marked. Reg $40,
ruling on the case of IN
: rAnnouncements good salary. Apply Sandwich Inn $35 a $50. Phone FR 4-3470.
\ and daughter, Mrs. Barbara Charles Henry Miller Alachua no drive
N.E. 16th AVE
er's license. producing the driver's license li PUREBRED and AKC beagle puppies.
: Foster and daughter, William of another. PersonWANT We board dogs James Ken
12 Mole Help Wonted net Rt. 1, Box 71, Keystone
I Rainey, Henry Chisholm, Mrs. i it Heights. Fla. 473-4T58.

Laura Davis and son, Mrs. OPENING for the right man for LABRADOR Retriever pups good
NORTH training In retail route a. !.*
t Brenda Hanna. Mrs. Beverly Today work. Must be ambitious and champ. background healthystock
willing to work. All companybenefits wormed Inoc. and ready to
Wolfe, Benjamin Bradley. and paid vacations. 5 go. Ph. 372.573 after 6 PM weekdays .
day work week. Apply In person ail day: weekends.:
ACCIDENT ROUNDUPCity III HistoryBy SHOPPING Borden'S Dairy, 2420 N.E. FREE KITTENS. Call FR 4-1111.
CENTRAL 19th Drive. or FR 4-3261 Extension 2tt3.

Police and the Sheriff's COOK. White. married, 30 to U Black Thoroughbred Miniature
THE ASSOCIATED I hour day. S day week
PRESS yr. poodle. Male. 10 weeks old. Sjo.
Department reported no accident 3 LOST & FOUND vacation sick leave social security Phone FR 2-1352-
Today is Monday, June 1, the and state retlrment bonefits. ,
arrests since late Satur Personnel BLACK poodles standard L mln.
For Interview contact
153rd day of 1964. There are ADS LOST Key ring with change purse Director. Sunland TrainIng lature with papers. $10 $50.
day. 213 days left in the FLORIDA'SLARGEST attached.: Engagement ring in Center, P. O. Box 506. Expectant POOdle. $50. Phone HO
jear. purse. Sentimental reasons. Please
Gainesville Fla. or Phone 3745381. 3-2100. Effle Llndsey, Trenton.

FIRE CALLS Today's highlight- in history: call 4663130. Reward Ext. 365.DISHWASHERS. _, 2 Female beagles, 6 mos., good

On this date in 1813, Capt. You 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE night shin. Apply stocfc ns tit nil Ng 70th Pt.
June underway for city Larry Restaurant, 122J W. Univ.
mortally Ave._ 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY
firemen with an early morning LEARN TO DRIVEI Special attention
wounded, issued his command, WANTED first class combinationbody
fire in the 400 block of SE to nervous or elderly. man & painter. Good salary OWNER
"Don't the Easy School. FR
but Way Driving
give ship 4
I up 27002. Lie by State of Fla. Plus paid vacation. Apply Mr BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 bock
10th Avenue at 12:13 a. m. even as he spoke his frigate Williams, B&G Motor Co., 704 of NW. 22nd afreet. 110 xlSS', .

when a burning junk car was Chesapeake was taken near 6 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE S. Main St._. Also ISO with lot In view Gwynn and Oaks privileges 200>.

extinguished. The fire department I Boston by the British ship Shan- LINES1o MARKETPLACE Can LIFE ,GUARD work for with summer Senior certificate Phone- of Clear Lake. 37HlQt. ,

reported the damage was to divorce t nave a like new FR -3012._ Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered by ,
1964 model Zig Zag Automatic a 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. .
slight.At I non.On this date sewing machine, that does ev MAINTENANCE To live on premises.MAN. experienced.Phone FR Section. Out of City Limits. .
erything. We would like someone E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. .
12:34 m. Sunday a fire In 1792 Kentucky, the 15th to take up payments of $400per 6.3012.YOUNG: .__ 431 N. Main. St. ,
: p. mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- man wanted who is Interested FR 4-7032 Broker FR 4-4544
call was made at 613 NW 12th state, was admitted to the Un- 2051. In teaming the home "

St. with damage estimated at ion.In WRINKLES? building tade. Some Call drafting FR LOTS .
experience necessary.
$25. 1796, the 16th state, Ten- Buy! Coty$5 plus Line Tax Away 4-7290 for appt. Archer corner Rd.lot.4,' Acres. zoned Indusf, a

nessee was admitted.In Odi's Pharmacy DELIVERY and SALES Know-
reported DAYS 116 Central Plaza (Next to Wino ledge of welding supplies. must Sale or lease Apartment site
Slight damage was 1940, German and French FOR Dixie) D.L. Drugstore._ know Gainesville. not over 45 University Fla. CallMARYMOELLER near ,

to a dwelling at 1221 SE armies were locked in fierce WILL the Person or persona 6or high school education Box 1723.or Jacksonville equiva-
lent. Write P. O.
18th St. from a fire at 6:06p. : combat along the River Somme rowing Dwarf Grave Azaleas In Orange from myMother's Fla._ 101* W. University REALTOR FR a-U7t

m. Sunday.CITY. In 1941 the British announced Heights please contact me I ROUTE MAN Needed at once.
ONLY will buy them for you. Mrs. Call FR 4-5(25. Not over 40 years Desirable homesites sensibly restrlcteo -

COURT they had evacuated 15,000 troops NEW Hire Battle W. Markham. old._ community In of the Mclntosn.attractive rural

Judge W. W. Hampton M.uilty: from the island of Crete.In CLUB STEWARD sober, intelligent Roberts C. Smith, Realtor
written pleas of g : Robert 8 Baby Sitters Child Cart .
-Sign .1 capable of management.good U. S. Hwy. 441, Micanepy, Fla.
1945 about 3.000 tons of
Lee NE 4tn 53 personality honest bond Ph. 466-3120.
ran stop sign Wesley lioM.COwvlns.$10. fire bombs were dropped on f'LAhr.ED pre-school program youngster awaits at JACK your required. A good Job for the manth.t -- I

114 jonnny SE 5th Beamon Averan Davi red U $E 2nd Osaka, Japan, in a daylightraid. L JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. salary Is a good 409. promoter.Good possibili Starting UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY I
$10. George BradfOrdS.undeflo AND Musk programs, educational
l Place speeding.n01 NE At" 5t.. Ir H'ding. film-strips. 7.45-5.15 Mon.-Fri.j ties. Reply Gainesville Sue Box Well established firm has opening
Ronald Adltellk. 167 NE 71ftPI.ce. 1331 S.W. 13th SL FR 63900. Box m... fee 1st class secretary M
110. Paul Ten ago-The new stateof
I failure to yield right of way, years Sell permanent basis salary a
125. John Floyd HowelL Newberry. ran Karen was organized in eastern Person to person ads TINY TOT 13-Help Mate or Female working ceatfitieas attractive

red light $10. Burma. are for non commercialusers apply hi ewe bandwrttiog ....
I PLAY SCHOOLVisit PLACEMENT SERVICE hig iafiricatieds., Applications
Lewis. 114 NW Five President. selling merchandise USED Professional confidential Writ. eGaiaea.-
years ago M and see for yourself Office
'K'f.JuV. to yield right of way.sl
Jtt\. SmltlNW Habib Bourguiba of Tunis priced at $100 or ?4 SE rh i St. FR 67IC'LCHILD College Technical Graduates villa SM. 417-A.

Knd: AvE speeding. 110. David Park signed a constitution for his anion less with the selling OR INFANT CARE In private For appt. can m4311
NW 34th Drive., speeding.. home. Reasonable rates. FR 2-4:00 fM.
Reaves. 531 ,-12:III AJUL
110. Helen Phlfe r Glove 411 E. Umv patterned after the U.S. price stated in the ad. 4-mi. Monday through Friday FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
Ave.. ran red light. $10. Eartha Webb No additional costs for or PERSONNEL CENTER
$25. Vane Constitution.One CARS WANTED child to keep large yard NW 2nd Avenue
Miles. And 2730te 39th Ave.. speed ads that require the full In Country-City, west of Medical _in
Wayne V g. SIS Llei llyn Willard White Rt. 3. year ago-Indonesia and 10 Canter. Phone 372-2701._ HELP turn your spare time deflver.Into For top quality workmanship
days .e.nore- No soliciting or
speeding S25. hree Western oil companies EXPERIENCED etomentary schoolteacher money. can ,
own w wlnfl
funds for ads that Ing. your 372.6142
bring to care for children. 3 For appt. call
MaxwelU Atlantic igned an agreement placing hrs. KJO pe rhr.
Sherry Strome acre play area. Planned program
Beach ran red light. 10. Turner JoN, quicker 373-7150. 372-7CH9
roper turn idonesia's oil Industry under a UPHOLSTERY

i 10.son. Gloria 1022 SEAvMclnt 2510 S'ISth ombination of private foreign Rent BABYSITTING in my home. PART TIME reiiatt service resident route e*for Ai ambrrlow cnva -- ISM N.W. t** St.
SU "O valid drhwr-s license. S2! $8 per wk. Phone and car. Free Estimates mck 99 a**
Makom Cwaln Lewis. SW Archer Rd nterprise and gradual, com- 3761536. Fuller county Brush with Co.phcre Call Monday eallvery.Suf. ,
Hewett O
leg speeding., Inn $10.Barter Rot Snop.Edward ran red l.., jnsated nationalization. 7:00 ta f-00 P.M. FR 1-Mll.



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WEST WOOD iLI TILE WOOD LAKE HOME 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, attic tan : -----
Walking distance to schools. 3
BR.. 2 baths home In Skyline Three acres 100 feet fronting on 2 Bedroom. separate dining room built in kitchen central heat. $800 I FENCED REAR YARDA
Heights. hardwood Little Santa ft Lake cleared. large secluded screened porch. equity. take up payments. FR *- : (Like
Study floors
THE TIME IS NOW high and dry lots of shade 1105 1370 S.E. 24th PI. I complete home; Walltowailcarpets.
built-in range & oven. Cent. road. Modern home fireplace lovely yard. Walking draperies. central air
heat. Shaded back yard. Call good furnished dock and garage. fully 115,- distance to Univ. FR J- 757.Airconditioned IN NEWBERRY 3 BR.. Fla. Rm., I conditioning. fenced rear yard.
3744642. 1 bath. kitchen living rm.. dinIng Quality Chambers gas oven.
000. (4,000 cash balance J100 3 bedroom. 2 bath.
rm. Block home with 2to range. and hood. Vanitied laundry
LITTLEWOOD AREA plus int. per month. Shown by Ocala block home living room of land within city limits. sink in I Fully SODDED
acres connecting utility room.
4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living appt. E. W. Hayes. Stance Fla. with fireplace dining room overlooking 472245T.
Do You Have A Room Apartment area central heat. built-in kit. Phone 944-4141 or 533-2387. beautifully landsca p e d Price $14,000 Phone Large living room.Three separate bed-dinIng -
I room. large
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High yard. Florida room. terrazzo floor. HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Finley
wooded tot
2 blks. from LUtlewood elem. 4 BR 2 bath, Ig. living rm.. in lovely Florida Park. convenient School area. 3 BR spacious house. rooms. Hugh Edwards. Inc.
1 Or House to Rent? school. Ideal for Ig. family or Fla. Rm & screened porch. to schools. 1111 N.W. 11th attic fan. lots of storage quiet 3747971.OPEN Front Lawns?
g family and elderly persons. Elect. kitchen. cent. heat & air Road. 3723438. neighborhood FR 2-0992. HOUSE
Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 cond. Many extras Including NE section 3 BR m bath, CCB
NW. 13th Ave. 3722893. swim club membership. NE sec home. 5 yrs. old. 5 blks. from 3-4 P.M.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. tion. Reasonable down payment. MERRILLATTRACTIVE Metcalfe on dead-end street. Re- EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST
t.1' REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm.spacious, close J123 per mo. Call FR 25953 frig. & stove. Fenced In yard. SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet
to school. Litllewood Estates. evenings. bedroom 2 bath screened-In carport patio & shrub- WOODED 93 X 164 LotAIRCONDITIONED
$24.500. Reasonable down pay $450 DOWN home in beautiful Idylwild. Oak bery. Fine neighbors. $700 dn.. I 3 g4T
,i YOU MORE than the ad that will rent ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone 3 bedrooms and 2 baths central floors central heating system and take up Includes GI payments taxes of& Ins.$75 Bedrooms. 2 baths. paneled
372-5738. monthly. Den Living Room. Dining Room.
.1' heat screened porch and large large screened back porch overlooking
Phone after 5:30 P.M. FR 2-0947. electric built-in Kitchen. large
j it NEARLY new 4 BR home with all family room beautifully land.scaped a well shaded lot. ONLY Family Hardwood floors.FR
luxury features within walking with back yard fenced.
distance of schools 15.000 2-1053.
new school. 31500. near and shopping RedfranksRealestate
I Easy terms. S 2f N.W. MTh St. 611 N. W. :StIlt Drive. Call anytime $750 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry 1918 NW. 11th Road
COSTS YOU Phone 3763569. home In NE Section. Lots of
Here's what Vacancy -
your trees. ONLY $75.00 per month. gIwir1r,4JI
bath. Ig. Fla. rm., utility area Ralph Realtor $1,000 DOWN will buy this 2 bed-
EVERY DAY until it is rented : separate living rm., dining rm., FOSSEYDick room masonry home with 3 1-3 :3 bedroom 2 bath homes. Near
kitchen wall to wall carpeting in acres of land. SOUTHERN COLONIAL RED school. V.A. nothing down only
living rm., glass sliding door Robinson-Associate BRICK on half acre of beau- $100 closing. FHA-mmlmum down
leading to 14' x 24' patio fencedIn tifully landscaped grounds. payment N.W. 4th St. and 37th
Ph. 374-11ST TWO THdUSAND feet In
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back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. 11 W. University Ave. this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Place. _
$19,500.STUDENT. "Selling Florida Since 1906" with central heating and air con & heating. 3 spa. __

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day sacrificing 2 bedroom OPPORTUNITY ditioning. Included are the range and baths.cious large bedrooms.entrance 2 foyer tiled REASONABLE 3 br.. Fla. rm.DOWN. large PAYMENT-fenced yardIn HUGH EDWARDSINC.
CCB dishwasher. disposal drapes
home. Partly furnIshed Including .
I TO PURCHASE with financing arranged rugs. Call us to see this excep- formal dining room. gracious beautiful Idylwild. Priced at
) $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day II minutes appl. and from washing Univ.! ,mach.few all modern. Central Heat tional listing. living, Florida room room.with modern fireplace 14000. 2837 NE* 15th Street
blocks to and Air-Cond near schools and
grade school
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day _4435 S9.soo.After 4117 N 530..W. 11th St.Ig FR lot.2- University.bedroom 2 built bath In home.kitchen.Call for 3 Looking large family.for plenty Let of us room show for you a 2,000 built-in sq.dream ft. of kitchen.living area.Over DAN BYRDASSOCIATES. f hone 1757971COMPARE

appointment to see. this 4 bedroom 3 bath home complete Like new. Good financing.
$60 per mo. ... . $2.00 per day WHY PAY RENT? with swimming pool In a Price. 24500. Call BILL INC. Realtor
New Jack DeYot
homes 9500. 3 bedroom tile BUSINESS LOCATIONROCK fine NW Section of town. HARRIS 374-0817.

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day bath S. E. $45 45th per Terrace.month. Also Located some on HOUSE on IS ft. by 150 ft. COMPLETELY FURNISHED 2 bed- E. Holloway AssociatesE. Christine Stone
lot zoned for Retail Business.
_trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372 JOHNMERRILL room frame home In excellent Walter Stoddard
House can be converted to PROFESSIONAL Outside city 925 N.W. 13th Street 372-2511
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day $300 Down. $83 Month. ..4-Bedroom OFFICE 509 N.W. limits condition.convenient to MEDI. Call night or day
2 bath swimming pool member. 10th Ave. Call for appointment to'
over an

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day between ship. Ideal 2 and N. 7 E., FR location.2-0123. Call see. 'I REALTOR TERMS acre of CAN land. BE EXCELLENT ARRANGED. -i E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN I !

"'-2. 1227 NE 12th Ter., S13.500, assume RENT OR BUY Multiple Listing $8.700. Call BILL lIAR-
$80 mo. . $2.66 day 4Vi QUIET bedroom .
per per per cent mortgage of NEIGHBORHOOD 3 I Associates: Marcella Pardi RIS. 3740817.REDFRANKS JR.
I $12,575. Needs some repair. 1 bath home, fireplace ; W. H. BuckhannanFR THESE HOME VALUES
screened porch. Negotiable terms. Homes. Lot. Income. BusIness
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day WILBUR BISHOP Realtor 4-5081 The price has been reduced. 2-1494 and .Lake Property. BEFORE YOU BUY i
Nights & Realtor Farm and Acreage. I
Weekends 4-7108. M. "Red" Franks .
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day ULTRAMODERN- Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateW. E. -CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
Harris Associate
NW 600 35th Ter.. 3 BR. 2 full E. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6CSMMcCOY'S Norwood
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day baths Ig. paneled Fla. Rm.. shady 7 N.E. 1st St. 2927. I
37 -
Phone 374-0817 or
fenced In yard cent. gas heat I
374-2927 372-7943 SAVE!
hardwood Home: or ;
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Littlewood floors Westwood convenient& Univ.to Member ASSOCIATES Impressive this ultra -elegance modern Is 3 bedroom found In 2 Hope"H"
Phone 374-7141. Multiple Listing
bath stack bond home
635 N.E. 1st St. 316-2<<8 designedby Inc.
I, $14.100 Arie T. Smith, Broker an architect for true Florida Macoma Homes :
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 4 Br.. 2 Bath. Ig. Lr.. kit.. porch Mabel Gore. Associate living. Family room and kitchenare HOME 1lllllU1mIlfllIDIIIIIIII. We Trade Homesor
extra utility, air cond. stove. panelled In mahogany. Glass Inc.For I
SAVE! sliding doors throughout the .
$102 Mo. Total. Equity on terms. Property
t 3721854. house and free standing fireplace Sale very attractive 3- 1115 NW 40th Drive
add to luxurious living in BUYERS bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617 3 Br. 2 Bath
SUN RENTAL WANT 2 Bedroom CCB house. near Sidney BUY FROM this quality home. Practic ally E. University Ave; walking IIIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIII1I1IIfIIWIJIIIIIIIIIIIII
Lanier School Shopping Cen- new and near Littlewood & West- distance to Lake Forest ;
The following are ready for
ter. $8,000 furnished. 330 N.W.. wood. Price $35,000. Call MYR. Schools. Price $12,500. $500 We must sacrifice this
19th Lane FR 25869. BUILDER TLE LASSITER 374-0817 or 372- GUIDEby down and $79.SO per month. -Our inventory is too occupancy.

N.W. SECTION. 3 BR 2. baths. 7941 Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. much-We will takeS
large carport and util., lots of REDFRANKS REALESTATE The James Co. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR $750 for our equity. 1442 NE 16th PI.
cupkoard and counter' pace. Well 3 bedroom. Vh bath. Pay only 7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 374-0817 4-5015. Office corner N. Main
33 LOTS FOR SALE 34 Waterfront Property landscaped rear terrace excel $80 per month including taxes and 23rd Blvd.EYES You assume $17.000 3 BR, M bath. $150 down.
and insurance. Wooded lot The James Co. of Gainies- g
lent cond. 372-5754. on Approximate mortgage.
ville Inc. Builders of Kings- $98 per mo.
safe dead-end street. Perfect for GLADYS SMITH ------
WILL pay cash Immediately tor LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE Bird $00 MONTHLY payments no taxes young growing family. No berry Homes for this area will R Hurry to take advantage
lot or parcel of land outside city Beach. Lots git 12 d #13. Each 3 BR home. excellent condi down to qualified Vets. mon.ey Only 80 ACRES: be happy to answer any ques- RIGHT! of this. 2024 NE 16th Terr.
limits but close In. on which a 90 x 280'. S7.500. terms or S4.500 tion. Make offer on $2500 equity. $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot Plus 3 bedroom. 2 bath home-cen- tions you might have concernIng en :3 BR 2 bath $350 down. $*X
nice duplex house all ready on cash. 372-1335. Must see to appreciate. Owner no. 67.Advanced. tral heat. oak floors 20 miles home ownership. You mightbe See real dream living In Shadow
moving equipment can be moved leaving city. Call 372-0044. of those people that per mo.
from Gainesville 15 acre pecan one Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 1115 NE 5th St.
this week. Or will sell you the YOUR VACATION HOME? but found
building furnished and ready to Furn. house In Yankeetown. 2 ville's most Design advanced 3-2. One of Gaines- -grove acres 45 acre unimproved.permanent Tractor pasture20 that now It owns is a now home inadequate. If D. Oliver. Bldr. i 3 Br. 2 Bath 3330 & 3320
go at bargain price on easy blks. from River on paved street. M home de harrow. fertilizer distri this Is the case, a call to The Ph. FR 2-4S44
signs. level -
Eye built-in 30th Ave.
terms. You can move In same or Only S3000 cash total price. S. oven butor. Call 3725393.SERENOLA James Co. could very well West on NW 39th Ave. past Our Loss Your Gain NW
rent out by end of week by actIng E. Sapp Realtor. Newberry. Fla. and. range Walk-in In kitchen.closets. Breakfastbar. Terrazzo solve your problems. By this the Glen Springs Intersec i -Our inventory must 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn $7f.53
FR 6-3012. tion. See sign on left. per mo.
now we mean trading in your pre-
QUIET I floors. Large rear lot with fenceon ESTATES: be lowered We will
34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for SaleNO back line. Save nearly $1,000 Lovely residential lots -new school sent home. take $750 for our eQui- 4617 SE lit PI.
on this one. $15,150, $500 down opening In September priced from
SIMPLICITY FHA $94 month Includes all. $3500. Call 3725393. There are a number of ques- ty. You assume $13.600 4518 (r 4608 SE 2nd PI.
3 br. Fla. rm. & breeze-way. Jumbo Ask for lot no. 2. tions that we can answer concerning (Approx.) mortgage 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn $41
WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 3 trading. We feel that Homes
Broker, specalUIng in bath. Central heat central air brick excellent conditon priced I N. W. 7th PLACE: by talking with us you can Hurry! We must sell oer mo.
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. cond. Northwest. tlt.OOO. Call on todays market. Call MARY i Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 Nice 3 bedroom. 2 bath home closeto pick a suitable floor plan and now! 303 SE 38th St.
AGE.' 3 miles No. of Mel rose. 376-2927. MOELLER Huge corner lot with hundreds of schools good financing. Call exterior design that will suit WESTVILLAN.W. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
dollars In additional landscaping.Take 3725393. from our many 3 BR 1 bath. $400 dn. M
GR FOR Salt or trade. New 4 BR. your needs
52M1.ON home located In Westmoreland LIVE SUBURBAN sidewalk to public or pa. plans that we keep on hand. i per mo.
THE GULF Estate On city sewers paved Appr. 4 acres overlooking winding rochial this one.schools.Lot no.Save 24.big moneyon GLADYS SMITH A call to the James Co. will I: 16th'Ave. Norwood 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Cedar Key Shores St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family scenic road high wooded land, get all the facts about any I 3 B R. 2 bath $450 dn $91
Rm. J. living Rm.. dining area. frame house. N.W. 3 mi. Gaines- REALTORAssociates type financing any question & 37th St. I permo.
lr Other HUGH EDWARDS you might have without any Hope"H"
Properties Central heat built-in kitchen I Including ville. $14,900. Call MARY MOEL. _
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards obligations on your part.
David AndrewsCedar LER 3301 Or 3311
INC. : Inc.
walk to schools close to
Ben Griffin Anna Hinson We have lots available Inmost TERMSWALTER NW 30th Aye.
U of F It medical center FHA
Key. 3841 122,700. Down payment 1700. BUDGET HOMEBuy 2837 N.E. 15th Street Carolyn Noyes Florence Burns any section of town for I We Trade Homesor 4 BR. 2 bath $400 dn $91
AIR CONDITIONED. heat 3747971Butler Multiple Listing Member you to choose from.
gas per mOo
Immediate occupancy. Drive by
this 3 br 2 bath. Cent heat PropertyALL
completely turnlshed 2 bedroom 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler home In N.W_ bit. in stove
house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles Brothers. 372-'W5 dally 374-KWS Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene II1IIIIIIIIII/mlllllllllllill! / : !11tll=I
I excellent terms like rent.
oven 30 !
East of Gainesville. Price $8.100 Paramore have over years IIIIIIIIIIIIIIDlWUIII HIIIIIIIII
night. move In. Call MARY MOELLER combined experience in the
Terms available. Phone FR STUBBS FOR RENT
... ..4S6.BEAUTIFUL. Bros. BuildersInvites construction of homes. By careful OUR HOMES ARE
S-ROOM FRAME house screened NEAR G'VILLE supervision by Jim and a OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 124 SE 7th St.3BRlBath.
tot on the Suwannee porch reduced for quick sale. Gene. It will enable you as the INC. I SEEING ANYTIME 03
River et Rock Bluff. Call 3764140. S2. S2S-43U. Wllliston. beautifully landscaped. Partly fur for your money end certainly "We Trade Houses" 1123 3.E. 4th STREETFR
nished. makes The James construction 6-5301 or FR 6798991unInhIlmflnnmllIIlnffmIIIIPlmlInhlIlmnww5mw 1IIU1
I BOOMING STEINHATCHEE -Trout AN exciting home with space excellently Youto
to be beyond compare.
and redfish at dock. 3
built air conditioned.
: I 11
choice riverfront lots. some lots :3 BR. 2 Bath, family room and the -- -- -- -_ --- --
building primarily
on deep waterway priced from
fireplace. now being completed
Kingsberry home we feel we
I $1500. High timbered lots overlooking
by Lloyd Myrick. Builder m have a great advantage and

., terms. waterway C. Alton from O-Qulnn$300. Good CT- WImberly limits.: N. Estates.W. 36th outside Terr city off great opportunity for you as
Palm Estates
MOELLER View the to pick design
-Qulnn's. Stelnhatchee. Fla. N. W. 3 m Ave. Offered for S22.- and floor plans that are create
I 40 wide lot on Cooper Lake. Phone 500. Phone J-S4W. ed by some of the country'lleading WIN THIS HOME
376-4360 after 5:30 on week days. 154,771 up ON YOUR LOT. Open architects.
HUNTING FISHING cabin. Furnished House Sundays. I to i pm. Designed REALTOR
I electricity water well. 1 4 engineered by U. S. If you desire complete Information -
acre land. See John Elton. Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 1019 W. Unlv Ave. FR 6-4471 S A of distinctive call The James Co. and
IQ. ft. :3 BR, 2 bath. air cond. Member Multiple Listing community we will be happy to come to
Orange Springs. brick veneer. 2 car garage. UOl MARY MOELLER. BROKER N homes in the fashionable your home and spend any
2 Bedroom house on Lake Wau- NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. ASSOCIATESE. amount of time necessary to I
I burg. Newly decorated 1125. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR *- W. Moeiler Dick Durbin Northwest. explain The James Co. system
Phone_464-3130 Mlcenopy. 6690. Foster Kessler of home ownership.We .

I can secure FHA. VA and
I Featuring : several different types of conventional I
I IN THE financing.Let .
C FHA homes from us mention a few of j
the Homes that are either Under
I construction or In the
$16,000420,250 planning stage.4Bedroom. .

I cE'! -' Down payments from $40000VA 3 full tile baths
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this hometo
appreciate It. We will tradeon
t Loans Available this one.3Bedroom.

SUN 1% bath with
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA hardwood floors located on
well shaded lot. Small down- t
payment. FHA.Construction .

BOATS & MOTORSWHO to start soon on
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION 3 & 4 BEDROOM 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin and
N.E. Gainesville. Call now TAPPAN appliances in ;f
WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS and make all color selections.All .
HUNTER Fiberglass Fisnigg 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND these will be brick veneer.
PHILPOTT Boat Introduced? by FRANK S49.50 GOOD YEAR$10.SERVICE" STORES Palm View Estatesis 100'x276'We have. Pick 4 lots a lot on and 39th house Ave. Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter

EASY CHARGE TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 372-3537 plan to suit '/ou. the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will

FRANK PHILPOTTS The Heart Check Of with East CharlieFR Gainesville" planned for professional men and their Bedroom Now under 2 baths construction with 1453 3- deposit in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of this home.

SPORT CENTER 2-1791. Ust of Classification to choose families. Sq. Ft.on shaded floor area 100x276'double lot. carport Will- Hundreds of other valuable prizes, too. And nothing to buy. All you

Home Fishing of Boats.MCCULLQCH HUNTER. Fiberglass from trade on this one. have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you

Trailer and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving.
SEA HORSE MOTORS Fishing Equipment. Built-in appliances as featured on
-Where Quality Sells Itself from $12,250
20 NW. 14th Ave.Mon. Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper I THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet.
FR 1-5011 or FR 4-4W3 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.BAIRDS Golfing Equipment.
MARINE from $400 down I
Sat. *' Tennis Equipment.
Thru FrL J-* pm. 601 S. MAIN ST.

Other Times by Appointment Baseball Equipment. I full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our )

Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLSBE Where to Fish. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY For Mere Call Informatics model home on NE 31st Ave. in

CAREFREE Plus many many more. 3 MODELS TheJames i

Enjoy a dean and healthy pool. Highland. Court Manor 'II
Get Results
Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE: IN THE Co.
Supplies service. 1 Monthly cleaning WRITE, WIRE, PHONE or VISIT ._.;; tfcer! swim club community

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MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the 372-2527 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
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35 Houses for Sole' 95 Houses ,.Sale, I 45 FurnIshed Apts. 41 House* far Rant Urtfurn. w 583 70 Boats-Marine. Ir a Motorcycles t Scooters

I I CLASSIFICATION INDEX II 2 Bedroom unfurnished house. 307 : jf5\.4q
ARMY Officer must BY Mason Manor..3 BR. fur
transferred OWNER 3 2nd floor utilities with car top carrier, tAMBRETTA '
built-in kit. rooms S.E. 9th St. $55 newly decorated 12 Plybn 6 Mechanically ex-
sell, 3 BR. 2 bath 'l&. room. 2 1"ct. neat Couple no pets. Located mont Call No
\' In N. W. Near School. $15,!00. h. sre porch paved dead at 717 E. Univ.- Av.s Inside. .261. FR Ik. n S 37'75 cellent call reas.bl. offer re
lot. Mr. Haynes. Boats painted and fsed. Univ.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043. e sad reasonably _62. NEW Fishing o
I 1 BR. Ilr-itl. upt.lrs ready to AnniversaryIS 2

4 1 U MemorUMS ., TftaakeS at ...... ta Buy TRI-LEVEL HOME. 3 BR. 2 Bath FOR pi SALE Ph BY OWNER 22 15 Ay 31 49 Rooms .R.nt day .. g I 1st t 15th. ALLTATE 125 C.C. motoreyclel

I S Last A rasa* 63 MaehtMry *. Toala sep.heat dining built-in rm.kit. fireplace. can. TION. 3 large BR. 2 bt.NWSEC. 30th Ave._ 10 ft. $24.95. 1 f. 1.9.East yearsIn at : et running <**. Call FR
I equip screened
4 Perseatllssd Services SBalldtac Material Rnx. CCB home 1 BR furnished duplex with porc same loti
Travel laieraailoma It HeueheU Ge4aCS patio. dbl.-car garage. West- Owner Reasonable.FR water furnished. Call FR 6512 LARGE ctan cool room, access pst oiCe. bks Frank Dicker- 1962 ALLSTATE
p wood-G.H.S. area. See at 2247 tranfere to refrigerator. Marine Boat Crulsaire foTsii..
FR 2-7619. >
7 .8.p..e,eII.... Katiees Mlse.AaUoetC ,er isle N.W. 16tk Ave. 2-8848 after 4. 2.12McKINNEY o _furnished .. sr mai service weekly. Ln Works s. Lk.441 P. O. Box Sl! .Is. $75. C'I mFOR -

f a Baby llti.,.. CM Care .7 Tn4Ulf Paste FOR apartment RENT one near bro. Alachua 1185 o 2-181. 416 NE 2nd Ave. 221 Orange Lake. Fla. SALE, lightweight French

Flaeas 'T* C. Ami n Articles Wut.j1i.400oW..d. SO GOODFor General Hospital. US m ntti. NICE rooms for rent. 1407 N.W. 14' Pan American Boat, fiberglass motor bike good mileage. Ideal

'nib,. Te ... the family who needs ROOM. GREEN Available June 15th 102 N 7 12 Road. Phone FR 27 o 40 HP motor. and trailer. Florida for us restricted drivers
10 Boatt Marine Etmlp. Trailer fully lcens. Two slightly used W2
beauty and convenience. Over 2.- St. Phone U C.mpl equip.Roe
376-7S ,
71 Cany Hut risk DEATONREALTORS Mel. Two Mod-
AUTOMOTIVE 900 sq. ft. living area. You'll be 1 BR furnished S4S LARGE room f men, twin beds, Keyt ec 196 .
U Office .. m weekends
?$ Alrpluie Siles-RenUl Equ1p thrilled to see the gorgeous panel- 2 BR Ip. $60 p mo. rent single double. Sher .. 52. 1. 6 w 25SI. .
77 MebQe 0..,. far late tt Musical ifercaaatlM ling open beam ceiling & H.W. at fis call p refrigerator. Call .
7S Tricks for Bale floors. Built-in elec. kit., separate ",7 3 Ave 36-196 2nd Ave.NICELY 2191 I Musical Merchandise 84
79 Track WsaUtM DR. huge LR. Family room Hoily Forrest: 5:0 tI 7 ,REPAIRS
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE & Florida room. Air June aeriaL furnished room. Maid :. 33t
Traetars *Track BeaUlr Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala AVAIL 15 Alr-co.
Exceptional at 17700. Exc. .. 404 NE srvice space. Reason WURLITZER SPECIAL auto
s. Trailer EeBlaJaas terms.SEE P.ri painting Au
Block situated on large cilren n pts 1 piano and 1.9.
84 lAte for Bale NOW. Ho 4th rtes Univ. Phone America's tomotive repairs .
Matereycles $...,", comer Sunken living __ E at Earl's Piano Co.Gainesville's .
r organs ..
$4 Waterfrent Property 6-74 Miller Sons 732 N.W. lit St.
84 Amtamebne
Kcpatrsas CREEKSIDEThe with fireplace Florida NICE efficiency furnished Inconvenient evcluslve Wurllt-
AalemabUeS far isis U Heuea Far Sale Double Carport Central heat close ap. LRGE b private bath. fa Dealer W. UniversityAve. Phone 372-0080. ._
84 CanEDUCATIONAL Cottages Far Bale first look will sell you on this I.tl sop meals. 306 N.E. ser 7
awap and air conditioning Modern ping fr cpte. WI f lght Phone AIR CONDITIONING, Tuni7jTp
n Zeal Estate Eichuced like new 3-2 CB home on beautiful kitchen with refrigerator D ter furnished.Iel 7 .. 217 ___ 32 Special. $150 for performance
M. S
: U Beat Estate Wanted creekside lot 110x290. Huge for luxurious per month. Call FR cool, downstaIrs. 5 is'- PRACTICE PIANO SALE test. makes and
sign Iln
, ,. >a Out ef '1'.*. Property Family room WIth fireplace.- Sep. Sun. 2 to 5 S.W 6 NICE corner Upright plane some as is, some Hawe*Al Motor lels.
la BcfeMia tostncttn h. close In, street ,
C irate DR. Dream Kit. Double 1 1224 W N.W. SU parkIng Ier
40 Bashes* freyeitiea ga I 1 o priced $25
BR rebuilt
.... 5th factory fro
U MiaU. D. Prettiest HW floors. Ave 1 N.W. antenna 531 S.E. COltlonln Center.
rags 2500 fmis
41 ResIdential laeeme4S sq. Ave Co.
., BR.1 s and up. Grldley
ta Wsated-iBftraetlM 2nd Place. N. Main St.. Phone FR 2-
ft. overall. Priced at N.W. 2nd 2
Farms Acreage $2150. SEE Av. S 2.22 Shopping Center. FR
48 Colered Property Rentals g AnglewoodBeautiful 1 BR 3501 N.W. 17 St.. 1 ATTRACTIVE room with priv. entrance G.ivUI 2St.
EMPLOYMENT IT.JUST 2 BR, 1010V4 W. .,Ave.. 2-5
43-1 Colored 15. &
Property Sales Ideal
i! SEEfor 3 B.R. 2 bath home kitch priviee
17 W.rk Waited Male McKINNEY- REEN. INC. for placeto KOHLER CAMPBELL spinet pu.no la a AUTOMOBILES for SALE

1* Werk Wanted Ft male RENTALS = yourself the value In this 3-2 grounds surodd- equipped by spacIous with park underground like Realtors_FR 2.31 study 372-7883.n with bench $395. C.I FR 2-

II Sales Help Wanted Ocala blk. home at 407 NW 19th 4478. CHEVROLET '58 Station
E sprinkler system This ON 301 In furnished cottage NICE private entrance & W.gO
13 Help-Male ar Female 41 rotates Far Best Ave. So Convenient. Nice shaded house has many attractive extras ; W.d., and bath. bath room also 1 with beds. WURLITZER Mahogany spinet Brwo Model, auto.. & .

: U Male Help WaaUJDranaue 41 FinIshed A" .. corner lot. Unique floor pln. Fla. and must be seen to be appreciated. SIS week Includes utilities etc. Private entrance tin. 845 NW plen Queen AM style u ne extra clean low mi&
48 Unfurnished Apt. room. Pretty elec. kit. Much more Let us show It to you. 31st Ave. Ph. 372-077. W4 NE 20th Ave. age. Price Sns FR 4-052X
11 Female Half Waited, for only W&r.. t-:r-r'. 611. -
47 Hemsea far Real P. e Open house Sunday 2 to 51 CORVAIR Morua '
48 Raise far Bent Co/arm. g S.W. list Street. 1 BEDROOM furnished apartmt. MEN-on rooms and apts. near UPRIGHT pl.n good coiti with 6 I"ip
Must radio, ,
: UNIVERSITY S95. Call 1m
Completely private ,
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Rooms for Beat clos campus lins. Day week or mediately.4.11 wall wl. ske.
Large yard Month. 102 NW 13th St. Phone tre .0
I 24 Firm Eqilfmtat Betel Beams ASSOCIATES sad $ mont small equi
27 Fee* A. Fertflfaer 81 HI... Haute REALTY J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Phone 41"5 W.ldo.APARTMENT ._ 6237. or 61D ty. Will cider older car for

I : U I4estek *. Bapplieat 81A Wanted Ta Beat Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire at 2010 N.W. 3rd NICELY fmishe newly deco- Automotive euit. owner at I.

Laadicapiar 'Tt, Sell U Boarder Wanted 110 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 FR 2-3417 Place. $50. Phone FR 2-8424. rte girl. Share .x. 3 8-5 weekday_

>0 Feta A .."u.* U Office Desk SpaeeSt W. M. Munroe Realtor Multiple Listing ATTENTION POSTAL ban with one girl. Limited kit DODGE, 57 Royal 4 dr. AT.
for Sal.
77 Mobil. .
U UveaUck WaaiaiFINANCIAL- BulBesa BaaUl Assoc: S. E. McLauflhlin Roy Me- 3 BR Fla. Rm Carol Estates cen privileges. Phone 37656 WtL&QtSurprise PS. alr-cond. Ss Joe Baone

: Cann. Frank Roby. T. C. Doug schools. Pay low eit EPLOYEES IN PRIVATE HOME, nice clean 6 or 6-7447.
SERVICE i las Jr. ., Isum. VA loan with 1".1 Furnished apartments room for reliable No t4 FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES _
1 and houses S.E. 4fh St. .ntlem.n FORD. 43. F-500. S-COUpe. Air
M easiness Ph.
OpportnUie n Special m. p.v.nts. 37653. drinkIng Phone FR 4820 NW 13ttl St. 441 South .
Phone FR 2-425. 6-51. cond. B-seats New Wholesale
: S7 Mon.T U I*** 23 Hem ImprevemenifiRadI. f J. W. area Gainesville 3725113Hours tirs.

)I m U'Mrt,*,.* *. TV 8.rrk a, 38 Real Estate Wanted 2 BEDROM* room apt. N.W. CLEAN. Reasonable maid rooms, close her with a gingham I to t, Sunday 11 to 7 for 11"S Bill Anderson FR

I It MeatffMl.4 23 ApplUnee A. Forvtererices KIRKPATRICKDELIGHTFUL by appointment. $75 In Daily FR srice.or 422 Use N.E.of sundress Check sin decides liz Service Is a must with us. 6.
month. Phone FR 11 4V* p. -1b of crossstitch.Crossstitch FORD station wagon 1956.iood

I ...... IflhiflhTmI.wuffl .uTuujl.JfiliffiuIuni.MHu........ TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 N.W. Ter. 6-32. 2 Stret. flowers decorate running condition good tires, radio .
7 _
35 Houses for Sal I contemporary home bro country home with FOR GIRLS ONLY, living n gingham skimmer. Easy lust WYATTTrailer .. heater standard shift. Price
) II I 35 Houses for Sale sheltered by large live oaks. Two acreage or home In nice older NICE clean apartment, 1432 N.W.15tl kitchen. and laundry r 2 main parts plus yoke. Pattern $15. Ph. 41-242. _
or three bedrooms. two baths all Terrace, West Apartment. week. 3U N.E. .
section of town. Send to per
N. E. SECTION 2 BR. large lot. I the features FR 24627.SEMIDUPLEX 1t 583: chart; printed pattern sizes Mercury Monterey 195 4-door I
I paneled Fla. Rnu FHA. 1515 N.E.4th you expect plus box 46M Gainesville Sun. 1. 4, State sixe. Sales Air conditioned, radio, heater.
Terrace. Call for appoint- FOR SALE 2 room nouse. Wilcox. many more. A delight to live 3 rooms, very attractive 51-A Wonted To Rent 2 .n side walls. Exceptionally I

ment. 3724629.GLADYS. $3000 with terms. Effie Llndsey, In and so easy to keep. So private entrance and Thirty-five cents In coins for Home ofPacemaker clean. Reasonable. FR 2-1313.
Trenton.BY easy to buy. too at $23.500.00. 40 Business PropertiesIF bath. lights and hot water furn.. this pattern add 15 cents for Mobile Home 1224 E. Univ. Ave.

) SMITH BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. newly remodeled and redecorated. COTTAGE with beach at Cowpen each' pattern for itt class mailIng Shasta and _
OWNER. attractive 4 BR, 2 Space design quality and custom $75 per mo. 814 N.E. llth Ave. Lake, Aug. 721. FR Send Travel Trailers OLDS 156, like new. $375. 158MERCURY
, OPEN HOUSE bath. lovely yard. Air cond.. details throughout. Lovely large you want a bargain In a good Ph. 2-2191. after 5:30 P.or all C.I 6S and special Gainesville handling. Sun. Ocala's First Mobile Home 2 dr.. ht, $300. Phone
cent. heat dbl. util. rm., swim lot. More expensive than the grocery store, all colored trade day Saturday and to Laura Wheeler, Dealer Since 1948 or
t REALTOR WEEK SPECIALS dub mambershio. Walkina distance average price range but you call me. You must have collateral RECENT college graduate a"end Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 141. 37695 372.3126
Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. will agree this house Is more & good credit. Ph. FR I ONE bedro furnished duplexfor ing summer school Old Chelsea Station New York 11. 19% Silver Phone Springs' Blvd VALIANT 16 clen WW tie. '

f 1. 10 S.W. 23rd DRIVE $450 dwn. $98 mo. 2832 NE llth than worth It. 7731 days, FR 2-0641 nights. 408 N.W. 24th Ave. tractive living quarters. June 15- N. Y. Print plainly PATTERNNUMBER Ocala 213. auomatic V-00.

Lovely home complete In every Terr. Ph. 374-234. TWO ACRES In the woods with the $60 per m Ph. 2-0337._ August 15. Please write to MIs NAME, ADDRESS and car and assume p.yment.

I detail on 3 nicely landscaped lots. most In contemporary styling "A- 42 Farms Acreage 2 Furnished one bedroom garage Linda 187 Pilgrim .. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Call FR 2-3813 after : or

2700 sq. ft. of floor space. 1 BR CB city water lot 50x140. framlng." overlooks e creek, five t apts. Couple or 1 single girl. Blrmlngh.m Mich. BARGAINI Big new Needlecraft 10" Wide used mobile home. 6-3162 In Ifer and ask for ,

paved street down payment $200 bedrooms handsome fireplace No pets. 2-0204. 1 OR 2 bedroom for Catalog-over 196 designs large lot. $2895. 1 Mile S. of Bob both pllca._ :

I 2. 924 N.W. 60th STREETTwo and $45 monthly. Immediate oc modem kitchen. Not quite com- BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre 2 BR apt. upstairs. per mo. surgical resident .prent.. only 25cl A must If you knit.crochet. Paynes Prairie. For appointment VOLKSWAGEN 161 Sun roof, excellent -

story 4000 sq. ft. home In exclusive cupancy. Located near bus line ple'ed and a steal at S14.SW.OO.Substantial et.te. Choice of wooded orpermanent Water $ NE 4th clean unfurnished reasonable. qUilt. sew. embroider. call FR 63WE coitio. can be seen ..t.nytlme.
and Stephen Foster School. 1114 cash payment re west fmllhe.
West Hills. Over an acre pastre. 7 mile Ave. after 5 P.M. Apply Box 431-A c/o Gainesville Send 25c.SPECIAL. Fi 6210.
lot-house Is complete with many NW 3th Ave. See it and phone quired. of per acre FR 2-880.sen Sun.GRADUATE. VALUEI COMPLETE BUY
extras Included.GLADYS. 374-7170. FOR $15,250.00 FHA evaluation you be the first to make your choice I C.I QUILT PATTERNS 1 deluxe, new 63 MG Midget, Ice blue whitewalls
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Beautiful can buy a four bedroom, two bathhouse Call or see United I Farm CLEAN, living room |lust refur student and wife midttllrtl.s. Book. For USED MOBILE! HOMESTop tonneau radio t heater,

SMITH home highly restricted lake In clous In living the Llttlewood room and area.separate Spa- Agency 3-295 nlsd. newly NW 23rd painted.Blvd.1 $75 BR apt.per want furnished house for Quilt Send SOc now I binnrs epert. dollar paid. p. 3765. good condition. Call 3.2716
about 1 children
city limits. 2 blks. post office, SPECIAL \0 year no or WE have installed sewer system
dining room. parquet. Appointment INVESTOR'S Phone Jetfire hard-
mo. occupancy. pets. FR 2-7327. 1963 Oldsmobile
? REALTOR bank. 3 BR. tg. dry. kitchen. 240 of beautiful rolling & have made additional new large
only. Realty.
LR. 16 x 20. study walnut SEVERAL lovely lake homes for land acre 420 ft. frontage on -247 Wesm.n 65 Mise .For Sale. spaces which are available now top coupe. air conditioned

1228 W. University Avenue paneled. Fla. Rm. tiled bath sale. These are year round residences Lake Santa Fe, 900 ft. canal. TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 117 52 Boarders W.nt.e at Shady Nook Trailer Ct. 3101 4 speed transmission. Car

Phone 372-5393 powder area accoustlcal ceilings within easy commuting Ideal location for retirement estate NW 34th Avenue. $52 per month.FR SW 34th St. 374-7559. is parked Univ. City

throughout. All wall to wall carpet distance. development or Investment. 24234.LARGE ._ ROOM and Board for girls. Private SOLID Maple spindle dbl. bed. o
completely re-decorated In 33 x 10'. 1960 Shamrock. Bank parking lot. See Mr.
FORDYCEREALTOR 10,0. United Farm Agency furnished 1 BR apt.. quiet bath Washing Machine. Phone with nearly new mattress & dbl.
past year. Paved circular driveway J. W.KIRKPATRICK location. Water free. Garage. NW FR 4-4083. dresser with mirror. $50. 2402 $1500. Call FR 28598.NOW Foster or Mr. Johnson ot

plus, garage.courtyard First 2 time car offered.carport 22954.ACREAGE section. No pets. Call 37672 NE llth St. Ph. 376126 SHOWING the bnk.LOOKING ._

the price II right and representsa FOR RENT 2 BR furn. apt. Water 54 Bu.lnes Rental TRADE your costly to operate 1944 MOBILE HOMES FOR A GOD SPORTS
sacrifice. Owner transferred.FHA Realtor 10 Acres near Gainesville, good furn. $per mo. 203 SE *th ELECTRIC water heater. and 2 and 3 bedrooms all FloorPlans. CAR? Try this 196 and

commitment. Terms negotiable. 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 land St. at 215 SE *th St. GARAGE space tor rent 413 S.W. $48 for a new glasslined GAS Terms taiore to meet your search will b ovtr. Call
little and
Offered Call Phone 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real your budget.
OPEN by owner. 372- water heater. Much more hot 374-7824.
HOUSE Member Multiple Listing _
lot at
lakeson tor. FR 2-144. save a
473-4347 Keystone. ASSOCIATES: *5 Acre he. NICE and clean 2 bedroom duplex'Plrtment. water at .bt half the cost with CONNOLLYMobile CORVAIR, coupe. at S5

((2:00-5:00: : P.MJWORTHY) Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell prop. borders o with Close to shopping center APPROX. 4,000 sq. ft. on ACL OUR GA5 PROPANE Home 6 COMET $1,395
in ml Gainesville.
PARRISHPRESENTS A. W. Reece, Capt. USN Ret. terms.25 Call 10,0 good churches and bus line. No ni siding. Yard space at rear ARCHER FR 6-5110. 1 North on S.Ie.. In 6 RENAULT $495
on paved street. 534 SW 2nd Mile S U
pets or small children. Ja mo. 622-8144 RENAULT $75
DUE to divorce I have a like new 6
Ave. Call Mr. Strlngf -
FR 376-751. Closed Sundays FIAT. 400 ml. $*95
t REALTOR 622 model Automatic
of MARY MOELLER 1944 Zig Zag 6
noting are the features In this "ow.
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3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Florida FRED 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 NICE 1 'ledroom air on room and patio, fenced duplex. 1009 N.W. 31st 18 56 Business Opportunities thing. We would like $380 FLEETWOD.. over paymentsof Phone ;372-3407 or FR 2-0245.

In back yard and a work bench Fordyce Acreage plus utilities. 37655. take up payments of $400 per $70.83 per m J.ms H. MUST SELL PontIac Catallne 163

\ for the handy man. $25,000 with EXCELLENT downtown Sincla i r mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-2051. Brown. Waldo. 4175. factory .Ir-coitonlng. power-

financing to be arranged. ALSO ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bed- ARNOLD 40 acre tract beautifully 46 Unfurnished pt.TWO Service Station open and do- USED refrigerator gas rang and OWNER 8 x 44, 2 bedroom Know steering power br.ke R & H
NOTE: This home located It 129 room attractive home with Woed. Ing business will lease to $2,500. Call
central southwest of town only responsible 55,000 BTU oil heater with fan. mobile home. Air conditioned. 2-547._
N.W. 30 Street will be open for heating and fully air-condi A beautiful 115.00 bedroom duplex, kitchen party with adequa t e Carpeted $1700. Town & Country
mae Heater almost new. Phone 376- BRING out the best in
Inspection today. (May 31) or If tloned. This was one of the new acr.nificent rnh. tobacco equipped. $85 per month. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. Trailer Lodge your car.
don't chance to REALTORPRICE pastures See at 4144 NW 6th st. 7781. 3769. Superior Auto painting & body
you get a stop homes .In the 1962 Parade ofHomes and peanut allotments and Phone FR or .
by t tim 6 NEARLY 2 BR 10-ft. wide. work. Fast '. service*
CALL FORDYCE It ASSo- Shew et us tell- new depd.b'
you real TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately colorful mounted
at $145.00
bar a
an acre 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. free pickup. WRIGHT'S
BEAUTIFUL Will sell, rent, trade. Some landIf
376-1234. more about this one. delvery.
lower level of duplex .
REDUCEDFour market. ; Al
buy on tod..s Univ. Ave. for lease. sillfls By Pfeuer. BODY NW 6th St.
bedroom. 2 bath home being Investment acreage close to Medical ; stove and refrig., situated ty for the right man OpprtunI Fla. Only $145. Te. desired. 42175.DEA FR '-*WORKS 21
LUXURY FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant offered for sale for less than Center In southwest, 20 acre about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 the bowling business with a kle Box 1490 Hawthorne _
'. masonry y bedroom home ono the FHA appraised value situated parcel approximately 640 x 1320 NW 4th Ave. $80 pr. m Phone small alle capital. Call FR LOCALLY 142 ENGLISH FORD Anglia, white.
Is the word for this lovely 3 bedroom nice lot 110 154 located within -
Y for $5,500. Beautiful rolling hills FR 6-5871. KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR Has heater. Clean. Phone 442451. -
in N.W. location at 1806 N.W. or FR Ask for Mr.H.ynes .
with bank rates
2 bath home which Is 1 located walking distance to J. J. Fin- 38th Terrace. Comes completewith over 100 acres perfect for 62&1 623. 1957 In good conditi$25. Phone localy .
hore NEW BR kitchen _
1 apt. Satisfaction
lust e few blocks from lev Elementary School and Gainesville and cattle, an dupt 374-8583 from to
an elementary school. Wall to wall High School. Owner leaving refrigerator laundry, dryer other S5.o from equip. $ month on a MAN ond wife team free to live P.M. A. 4:0 THUNDERBIRD '59 loaded Including -
carpets. central air conditioning. town. and window air conditioning unit. liltng years Ph. 37637 d'YS out of town and operate a small 23 yrs. In mobile homes business alr-cond. White clunet In
Beautiful kitchen and family Approximately $450 down to quailed $75.00 on up. 3767 evenIngs.NICE Sundry and rental business Phone CLOSE SALEOn assures your protection the State of Fla. Ph. FR

You will have GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town FHA buyer.REALTOR OU
room. an opportunity apartment close In. priv. FR *8c a Roll 2-21.
to look through this home and must sell. 4 bedroom. 2 bath FORDYCEAssocates bath shower and entrance utlls. W.fPlper. BUrSMOBilE 144 4-door. air Chevrolet -
located at 723 N.W. 19 Street to- home living room family room. WEEK SPECIALDrive and antenna also ef PAIN coitlod.
to Buy II,
( 31) contact FOR built-in kitchen and screened 10 S.W. 7th NOI. euIp
I day. May or by *22 N.W. 36th Terrace and Inc. Idel working 372.3
f DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.. 3741234 porch. Central heat and central view this handsome 3 bedroom. 2 glr 51 ap.2nd Place. FR 2-2582. CASH for your used furniture refrigerator NEW and used chain saws, lawnmowers INC. FR days. 372-
t town.
for.more details. air conditioning. Priced to selLFINLEY bath home. Truly an "aristocrat"of 376-123 TVs, cloth- edgers, tampers, light C.I 69S
BR for rent
NEW 1 duplex apt. .tove 5032 evenings.
homes comes complete with 4.6 Acre wooded. Suit..b. William's plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs 441 N. at city lmit across fromGainesville
School area. Attractive 3 built-in kitchen. central heating bautull. or at $75 per mo. 2 BR apt. at $85 etc 2-33. MarketIT'S condition, like
ADORABLEdescribes develop & new and used MGA, 158 -
bedroom. 2 bath masonry homeon and air-conditioning. Price and N.W. 39th Ave. Mil 'kitchen equlpp. John. Mer- ROld. Strlton.. Retll. sales m. new Interior. TOI FR 2-3 arter -
this delightful 3 bedroom nicely landscaped large lot terms on request. hopper Rd Inteledl. $ ri. Realtor Meyers Power .n. 230 NE P.M.
home and guest house. It can Immediate possession. May we Terms. FR 6 5 .. Newly painted extra nice 2 Bedroom 62 Machinery t Tool 16th Ave. Phone 374-3411. FOOLISHto 7:3

be yours for $700 down and payments show you this one. NEAR SHOPPING and 16 x bedroom. CARS
CENTER 12 Mat, to 86 SWAP
of $155.00 a month. Beautiful Duplex l FOR sale small Caterpillar bull 1 TWIN bed box springs 81 m stress pay mere. RECKLESS
Well constructed centrally located. ACRES ON Archer Road. In neigh dozer ,' blade, in good condi foam rubber pay less. GET THE REAL
attractive 4
yard. Must be seen to be MASON MANOR. Very 1 with plenty of m.tms $
home with bedrooms
economical 3
bath home located clues 2 CCB buidings. and 2 brh. tion. Reasonable./ Call any Call 374-3844. FACTS. Payments as low a
appreciated. CONTACT FORDYCE bedroom. 2 on and 1 bath. With Homestead Exemption with 6-187 or 2-5 ask for time. 42-17 $57.2 month with $300 down. WILL Trade Oldsmobile station
1 ASSOCIATES. INC.. 374-1234 or large lot with fenced back yard. wel Mr. Home. ? per condition for
taxes are only $45.00 per T-V $ single wagon
antes. excelet
FR after 5 or weekends. stack s 1
00 by 311 NW 26th St. Sunday. Ideal for children. Walking distance year. Full price $12,500 with $400 2-26 double stack. $145 LAKE GEE Jeep coditiO Phone

May 31 and see It during the to Westwood Jr. High. Central down and $78.00 per month to a 47 Houses for Rent Fur Household Goo Jim Voyles, 41* NW 8th Ave. Mobil 2441 Cedar Ik. _
open house. heat and air conditioning. qualified FHA purchaser. 43 Colored Property Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia.
THE best costs eli. Unrivaled

UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom T-A-G APPLIANCESTested service. Your Dist. Full- BELIEVE IT 87 Automobiles Wonter
and Guaranteed Phlg.
2 2014 S.E.
built under FHA specifications
home -
2 & 3 Bedrooms. St. & 21st St. House from up gas. Inc
Lovely 2 story residence with 3 bed 4 Rerigertor 1
and available -qualified OR NOTSave Fords
for the Young Executive. This 4 SE 7th Ave. Some no down open. Call FR up I CRS WANTED. 1UG5
fro Service.
rooms. 2 baths family room. wood 2 S ROSE'S Lawn Mower .
with FHA financing. No pay Service
with tremendously buyers
bedroom. 2 bath home a 17
burning fireplace In living room ment. Some small Washers fro upS am back at old stand 516 W. $400 19 x 2 BR furnished ClvroletL A Hem
large recreation room. closing costs and no city taxes. c py 2 B R furnished house no pets, Dryers from $49 4 .
and dish washer In the kitchen. ment. Monthly up Ave. I sell and .
University buy. only
$70 Archer
3037 SW
A attractive kitchen set off per 2 Food-Freezers 131' 1.40 do
very $45. Also homes built on your m from $** up .
with terms.
$17,000 good 1st class al
Rd. FR trade. repairs per
by Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision lot for no down payment. 2.53 2 Dishwashers from $4* up $5.0 to choose from
be arranged and also excellent opening soon. Acre lots 10 TV ways. 50 DODGEDARTDODGE
Call TOMMY RIDGELL SMALL 2 BR furnished house Sets from $35 up
I monthly terms. CALL FOR- streets now being paved. May we HOLLY FOREST Builder Phone FR pets. FR n JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGYOUR TRAILER MARTHWY.
DYCE 8. ASSOCIATES. INC.. 3741234 tell you more about this restricted Exceptionally fine home on quiet 2.11 2 41* NW Slit Ave Ph. HEARING. Our Free Examination TRUCKS
I or you may drive by and residential area outside city him street situated at 421 S.W. 7th 2 BR furnished house $100 per 37.5 will give you an accurate 17 PHONE 3281033SUNDAYS
take a look at It Sunday. May its. Avenue amidst huge live oak 44 Cottages for Rent month NW arm Ave. Phone ;372- REPOSSESSEDHELP Report. Visit Gainesville 1 TO 6 POOLE-GABLE

:31 durlno Open House from 2:00 shade trees. May we make an 1504 for appt. Hearing Aid Company today. 420 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA

\ D to5:00P.M. appointment for you? FURNISHED 1 BR cottage all 3 BR $75 per mo. ., 5 rm. $30. N. Main St. Phone FR 4-0095. 119 SE First Ave
M.M. electric tile shwer. good ven Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn SAVE MY CREDIT $180 35 x 1.5 Great Lakes
Santa Fe AIR CONDITIONER 9000 BTU. $95 Trailer student. Call 3724343FOR
I.td turn left over RR tracks go to I've been transferred out of town

FORDYCE ARNOLDREALTY 814 Lake.*. Ph 2.5 or FR 2 1st. rd., turn left go W mie.W. credit dep. says responsible par HI-FI lalousie components.. thermopane odds wlnelows. ends. 376-10 after S P.M.

Hunt. can pts. on my Private owner. Must sell. FR 2- TRAILER for sale. 8 x 31' Travel-
Associates, Inc. COMPANY 1 BEDROOM TRAILER. NO SMLL 2 bedroom block hs near t. appliance storage. Group 3041. He with nice ie x 15' cabana. THE

Real Estate Exchangers Multiple Listing Member PETS FR 25633.ONE Campus. Adults only C'I 4453 consists of nylon covered sofa bed Price $1000. Call 3662. COREC
Multiple Listing Realtors ASSOCIATES. INC. 111* W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 *. also matching Chair 2 end tables 8i REFINISHED oak slant-front desk 1 BR air cond. furn. trailer 81 enclosed TIME .
Grace S. FordYce. Broker MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Associates: Peter Sleg bedroom furn. cottage, twin matching cocktail table/ with mar oak dresser and wash Itan. Excellent
Dudley' Goulden Associate H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Jane Caldweil F. w. Hodge beds water fmlshed. no pet 2 BEDROOM furnished CCB house. proof tops. Bedroom suite, dresser large empire mahogany tion. FR c.ban. 6-8 .
cOnell.1 FR 2-1411
Harvey Benton. Associate Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish Jim Shepcard Charlie Mayo 3037 S.W. Arcr Rd. FR 2-5 Rent $45 per mth. Av.l.bleJune with tilting mirror on cst, sectional If., blo drop leaf P.M. 2-8 A.
14th An-
to September and
4 full size bookcase bed. table 1
.J4 W. Univ. 374-1284 1* N E First St. Tel. 372-5375 Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene Lmp.
NW 28th Ave. FR with foam chairs, tique FOR SALE or rent 140 Great Courtesy Of
---- 2.2 padded family Brlc..Bra Ohr hs
45 Furnished Apts. FOR RENT Furnished modern 3 else Norg. refrigerator with full hold Iems. Lakes Mobile Home. Located o University Chevrolet

Bedroom. CCB with washer, size fze.. crIsper shelves o Shop. N.W. Stti Avenue. FR private lot. Call 372-24. I

NICELY furnished coveiet dryer Etc. $110 T. 372.75. door, deluxe range f also included. 4-4892. -SEE US for MOBILE HOME SUP. N. Main St. at 16t" A,..

S SERVICES downtown area. $75. This group originally sold for $969. FRIGIDAIRE I refrigerator, 1cu.. PLIES MOBILE HOME INSURANCE
317 NW 2nd BR desired.llvlngroom .
St. 3
: apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults I Now only ft. with 4 lb freezer. G c at the lowest rates.
4 dining Avail
only n pets Inquire Lillian's now. Call r $263No dition. 374-2747. SPECIAL-roof coating .SO/oal I
Music Store.FURNISHED 612
FOR SALE about 1'''acre. tender Town Country Trailer Sart FULL SIZE

Apartment tor rent 1 BR house. $65. Apply 518 I down take over' pay green bean pic. Ph. 448-1487. 3*40 SW Archer Rd FR 2-2

: wit living Rm. bro tile N.W. 30th Ave. m ask for furniture W. H. Fla.

; Home And Business bt FR air-cond.2W.FURNISHED 1. br 0 mAp. In. 12.1 w BEAUTIFUL BARGAINS 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals FORDCUSTOM

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
NATIONALFURNITURE period dining trfble $45;
Apt. for rent a per Wllnu back oak chairs wit RENT a tr one-way Inyer

Auto Glass m Water furn. Call FR 212 UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house WAREHOUSE cane s.t. $10 ca.' round In the from Unld Re.Ais
or FR 3422 Beach 81d. FL21 $10 walnut floor NW Ills 6-2.
2-374 $70 2 bed lamp 61
PlumbingSEWER mt Unfmll t.be
Open dally *-*. S 12- A beautiful Duncan
ONE-1 BR apt with private hs W Fumls I.mp 2-DOOR
Jax Fla.
AUTO GLASS Is our only busl- fr anywhere. $190
ed $70 l"ure sofa ;
ent. Also BR with air coiti
apt mt
ness. Immediate Installation cpe ap. Py.8> pe table. Value Rated

free pickup & delivery. Add INSTALLEDNEW ciir. Walking dlst. t $14; new French Provincial overstuffed $2096.00
beauty 8 value to your car. used fixtures. complete tow C.I FR 2-514 FORDYCE RENTALSCall 64 Household Goods clr. $70; new Fre Used Cars !

MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. plumbing service "BIG" JIM CLEAN 4 room Owe our agency to find the table $
32J NW. 4th St. FR 6-2558 HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb to 6 aprtmt.. St. house you wish. Many listed. I FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar hogany lamp table $ gooseneck !

ing. FR 2-1S. Ph sn.231. $p month Also apartments frs Refrigerator. srvic deliver in. W.your room floor chair lap, $5; wicker Cosco b B&G MOTOR CO. FAIR E2DOOR

BulldozingSMALL NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private FORDYCEAIATE II Oldsmobile
home. No charge on re cart $2; cypress knee lamp. Cadillac -
UpholstrUPHOLTR bath .. entrance. Ht & cold pairs. Wanted refrigerators and 13th St.
$1.50; ( 2001 NW
bulldozer loader. dump hi Ilu tmtabl.w.ln
water fls. I m INC needing FR
trucks fill dirt fine rock. TopsoIL Phone p 124 fze repair. 213 c.bn. aake. ImPJ $1996.00SHAW
2-7 21"5 CHANNEL T. V.
your furniture at Al
Phone :372-7846. rlr 110 Ph 372-3 o
prices. Call Salty. UTILIIE FURNISHED, close In. FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. Dbl al compeL Noth by 3 2st Plac.
BULLDOZERS *V Dragline. Back Experienced. FR 6Clis.Remodeling private bt off-street 2 bt central heat, built-in el. t Brants. GAINESVILLEAUTO

hoe. wheel tractors. motor r., n h 2nd PL. st 431 after 3 p. 513 t Avenue. CHILDS man Go -.Kary.ordinal 2.5 ct.HP Cra5. CrKEETER
grader. Free estimates. W. G.
3 BR. 1 Bath, kitchen, COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
IBucfcl Johnson. FR4t*. FURNISHED .partm' for rent complete 2 years old. Will sell c.p C.II37'7S
for two male only alrcondltranbtg. near schools and shopping cen Chairs, l as s No money 1007 N. Main St.
central heating. utIL ters. For Information; unnerve down
DO YOU NEED. Florida I p mt bed. box Phone FR 2.6313Northetntraf
Concrete room, extra furnished. Phone 28433 or Restaurant, FR Free estl.te HOLLYWOOD ols.
room, more room, r .7 2G livery service. work guaran mattress, and a ct; S2 Florida 238 E. Mom St.
CONCRETE finishing walks, or maybe a complete w TWO Bedroom Trie $oO; one AVAIL Immediately, 3- Br.. LR. teed. Phone cellent cii 34th

drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard For e free estimate & guaranteed h bedroom, $48. acres. Adults Kit. Equip. Near Park 376-1 Dr. P 372-3' Largest FR 2-0503
etc. expertly done. Estimates. work. phone only. Sorry n pets. 4411 N.W. sh schools. $100. 1203 N.E. BUYER'S CLOSE OUS Have newmerchandise Independent Dealer
I Celt 37?-3M4. anytime. Waters. C.r C ,t St. Call 2t FR 6-261 dil Ex BRAND NEW 1964
3.CRPENTER tra Discount Always wet-
TWO bedroom house for Ten?. Prie MODERNFully HOME
desires work, addi 2 BR upstairs furnished apt. largerooms. come. SUPER
Landscaping til Phone FR screened clean, Apply Frank Die Ora DISCOUNTS. 1* MILS Avenue.
repair Pr monthly Lake Marine lot Wos. 0 SW. 1s automatic zig log
LANDSCAPE SERVICE 210. fly palti Box 221 Orange FI 41 LADIES cotton uf. reg. sewing machine. Set dial
& W.te frs
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Air Appliance Conditioning Repair Grass-Sod-Garden of all kinds.CREVASSE'S MainNurserystock Sewing Mochlne Rel p r pst 6-5 5 Ro house In W.1 Ul S2.S,out*a S1.co. ( Ilt. dosing fo fancy stitches, applique -

: YOUNG COUPLE or aged I.pel r dining r Ki knit tennis but tonhotes. etc.
CALL SEWING porch. Bol ln t1r. sr
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$ 18 Yes!
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Landscape Co. 11 I
S15 W. lawn. for .- 11
c Un apt Available As Ilr $lab
( : FR 6-2514 for free estimate. Ave. W. n.Cllt Phone cents. Machine Service Co.
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Makes 16105 fully .1 64312.iibwooD u '12 DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT Swn
w First In air conditioning and AjvpHanca Wor o.re.Tire 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14 Te. 1* Avenue W. Univ. Ave.
repairs. W* sell guaranteed Mortgage BrokerFHA ATS 4401 S.W. 13th BR St .. refrigerator $ per SW. 1s FR 6-1075 NO FLIM-FLAM
: washers refrigerators etc. Alignment St. New ai FR SWIMMING POL 14 x 3; $30.
*R and conventional at lowest Brake Service apts. fr $ per m P. 6-u wr C.1 FR 2 USED AUTOMATIC Whitmauer
60247.WE current rates. Terms to ISYMrs. Call FR 6 2. zoom I mm elec. camera -
Will lilt NW 40tn Ave. 3 JJR CCB STAUFFER reducing fast In nearly polo
: FIX IT gladly discuss at no combination. $250 "
CLEAN 2 BR, upstairs terms be GIMMICKS !
new can NO
Any type appliance electricalwork obligation. Can tomorrow. VACTION SPECIALON ment near IW lpa" h separlt dining rm-. car cii party. !Univ. City P$ly.
.., or gasoline engine repairs J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Phone C p m New Stephen ara l nl 1071 Univ. Ave.ONE ,
I w eon Invredlateiy and economi 31 N. Main St. PtFR 24194FRED hawk lire k M 2. Foster. SM 376-520. P 3'AD"IRA
Hotpotnt type deep
cally. Pick uo and delivery. S0% on tires. See U t 1 BR fr apt.. ..te fvmisned. CLEAN 3 BR. I air c.ti. 143 d.
B. ARNOLD M o freeze one 10 T custom-built
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.. 12th Ter. $40 B Med New 1964 GMC Pickups
BUTLER 8. SONS REALTORFHA wrap retread give 'U p near e I$ r m 11. Tls O bookcase wIth shelve ]
SERVICE CENTER AND CONVENTIONAL more "Ua I trel Latl- m 3621 or 37633.s 515 3t Av. Phone ., m Cal R 27 ane 4* width 1.b. bed. i
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1538 NW 6th St. S76-2866 LOANS mer 473 Mi' M. 1'y FRAME and dining 4 Modem, walnut fl dir C M. Caddelt 104 N.E. 4 St.

\ 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 I BEDRO Cpte furnish rooms, h tIi bedrooms contour molded. G f Phone 3.15
Tree Senief near or desk us*.
1 Senric MORTGAGE MONEY at 612 N.W. sleeping porch a> bt Large C 1 Ml DOWN
Appraisal shopping for Also .tCliti $175
5H cent Interest. A-I TREE c. S Near Phone 70 Boats-Marine f48;'.
per Terms to SERVICE lOtn Ave. o 63. I ya. b li 'el; Electric good con-
25 years. Pruning bracing .. cabielng. 372-3481. '
REFINANCE &t Cavity 2 eft 8.
PaiD ARNOLD Cell work 8. Na 2 Bft f apart. wth p a. 11 living. Large rm. kitchen din- 144 Dressmaster. Zag like Boat Trailers ItI
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t, Den M Near See 411 I Saodbla n .
EALTOK Byrd Ice and rlnte U. a SIC SE mi Ave. Is unlocked.Ph. new Blind $561
t REAL ESTATe APPRAISAL 823 NW 13 M. Pti. FR 2-2511 8. Insured. estlmates.Tr.y litti S cd' 2. S per 66703. Inquire at 102 NE hems M gft., Dol Expert W b.ll p Per Month
I SERVICI Thames. 376-240. Jack Hoover. mo. Sews buttons,
; GLADYS Smith FHA Av O f Cl 372.2>
W* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Realtor Gainesville Fla. 3
and conventional IoInLr.'es. Low 43. EAST SIDE 0 I I 112 10 ft. aluminum fishing boat with
.Terms to 25 vear 1228 Cl I2C5. TVt motor and one

L( Auto Equipment W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. WINDOW CLEAN IHG GARDENAPARTMENTS_ furnished SEWING MACHINE I c 1. carrier. Call m- Including: License tog, state sales tax, life

FORDYCE end Associates Inc. WINDW cleaned. Moor* cleaned h a u. Singer Zig Zag m fancy insurance, and finance charges.

Conventional and F.H.A. I e ens. w.xe houses W's 18 al \ stitches wit drop C but- I 1 row boat all equipment In
I Cat- 371234 Grace Fordyce. yrs Free tanhotes on outboard h* m.Cash. .
: HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt, & Realtor. Fordvc .. Associates Phone FR 25ADVERTSE mi.. S per month .. Only $78JO Payments Can find ._I .. R.L.Bvrton .
... exchanged} Repair kits torWalker Inc.. *M West University A.,.. Gainesville's Finest MARY MOEU.ER. REALTOR I Can 1108 SE 2 Ave. Tu Tropical PontiacCMC
Jacks Factory authorized lit* W. University FR 6 1.< p m 32.NT Thuts Frt 4 .
walker Hydraulic jack Furnished or unfurnished DIVORCED
Service HULL' BRAKE 2 bedroom 3 BR. I bath, carport l yard 14* boat trailer. E
k Agent. $ Lovety I brand new 164 model xc'cii
: m SERVICE. SUPPLY 1314 S. PAINTING IN THE 30* -' It. I 26- paved street N.E I near Ma- $40. SM at IL Truck Center
Main FR 21452ADVEBTISH Stove Z 1 ASi race. FR 64431.
WANTED: Painting. Free es- I FR d d I w.w 302 Ave. FR 2-2583
NW 8th
tlrrutes.: No Job too small. SXJU1CE DUECTO&Y 2 Bedroom furnished apart S p- like I ** 14 Pan American fiberglass Te'j'
: Dl THE Lt 213 pe Ave- LARGE I r II I at per month. .HP Mercury. 4 trailer. !
Work 2
i C SUV1CE DIRECTORY Guaranteed. Phone _m l seas after 1728 SE Te.'1 I mo. Total price $54Jo. 815 W. Univ.Avo. C trailer ,9 'x r...
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