<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Gainesville sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00137
 Material Information
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 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
daily
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00137
 Related Items
Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

Full Text
..-.,......, .. '. .. -, ... .---..'" ; ...: ----- ,' : .:c. "' -?-- .--. -. ,,- ,S "-"

::: .. 1


,,



I' .3. Castro Digs Up \Cloudy Clatosutlk: ''I



: Germ War Story Details Page 2) : : iti:



t -
j
l' Nero fork wtuttSI NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc ,

I! By RICHARD EDER ONE: WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year, No. 284 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 64
r HAVANA Premier Fidel HOMI DELIVERED 45e
.-JUN 2-
Castro said Monday that he sus-

pected the United States of con-

I' ducting Cuba.A germ warfare against CHARGES AIRE y

communique issued by Cas- ACOSTA X j j

tro said that last Friday a num- X w

ber of shiny balloons descendedon .
the province of Las Villas, : :"/roIay By JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer Acosta told commissioners who conducted the formal, closed hear-

releasing "a gelatinous sub- Twelve formal charges of insubordination against Harold Acosta, big to review the dismissal that he attempted to get a clarificationon
!
stance that quickly dissolved, fired Negro Community Center supervisor, were reviewed yesterday the statement closing the centers and later tried to explain
similar to what is used in bac- by the Gainesville City Commission.The Massey that he felt he was following his instructions.Th .

teriological 'cultures." three-hour hearing, which resembled a court proceeding, was 32-year-old Bethune-Cookman graduate was fired by Masseythe
Heavy rainfall has preventedthe 1 Fired AideDefends recessed until 4 pjn. today. Yesterday's hearing was closed to the Wednesday after the center remained open on the night of

collection of samples for conclusive public, but members of the press were permitted to attend. Friday, May S.Yesterday's .

' tests, Castro said, but Acosta, who was not represented by an attorney, denied all the hearing, which was requested by City Manager Bill

the area was being kept under charges.He Green and ordered by the City Commission, was the first time

observation. -,-_.. ...__. answered tthe primary charge that he disobeyed instruction .he charges against Acosta were aired.
"We are taking into accountthe CASTROFlat from Recreation Director Ray Massey and did not close the Community Among the 12 complaints were two termed "most critical" by
probability that imperialism Center under special instructions from the City Commis- Commissioner Byron Winn:

is trying out the use of an even T sion with the statement that he did not willfully disobey the Charge 11 that Acosta failed to comply with instructions to close

t more brutal and inhuman meansof Denial His Actions order. the Community Center on May 8 and 9 and announce the closingin

aggression: the use of bacteriological "If anything, ''I I misunderstood the order," Acosta explained. the schools and charge 12 that he disregarded Massey's dir-

and virus Acosta said that since the order referred to teenage dancing on ections and the rules and regulations of the Recreation ,Depart
weapons ( New York Times
I against our economy and our c) Friday and Saturday nights and there was no dancing program at ment.

people," Castro said. WASHINGTON The State the Community Center on Friday nights, the policy did not apply. (See ACOSTA on Page :2))
Department said Monday thatit
According to the communique, considers'the Cuban state-
residents near Sancti Spiritus,
ments about germ warfare "ab-

cambray an important Mountains town near, the were Es- surd and preposterous." Attack Race

alarmed on Friday "by a great \ Barry Rocky

t quantity of brilliant objects that sumably serve as a fresh issue ,
descended through the air."
to justify the continuingstate
Bible
Witnesses membersof
including
.
of emergency of the island.
the armed forces, found that

they were balloons of various The rather tentative'nature'of

sizes that seemed to come froma the charges, as well as the un-

great altitude and that dis- usual admission that the gov- RulingTALLAHASSEE Is Near Dead Heat
: solved upon contact with the ernment was not now in a

ground, leaving the gelatinous position to prove them seemsto 1
substance behind, the 'commu indicate that they had been (APThe

nique continued.The drawn up hastily, and perhapsfor U.S. Supreme Court decision \

announcement will pre- some such special purpose. outlawing Bible reading in Flor-
ida's public schools was a denial *

.. of God that could have City to Seek.Federal Pollsters
"
i: long range effects upon the ,

VF Dean to Head rights Bryant of said citizens Monday."I Gov.. Farris AidRenewal THE Backtrack


that cannot this escape natica mast the conclusion either- On HARRJS ) On Contest

I NewPensacola U. place ifs a.itfin God or deny Despite Mayor Howard McKinney's SURVEY /

Him,** Bryant said in a prepared opposition, the 3frui ftnrk CTtntrn 1
"and that the
statement, Gainesville City Commissionlast
TALLAHASSEE Harold B. choice the Supreme Court night agreed to seek federal By CHARLES MOIIR 1
Crosby, dean of University Re- makes, in this and related decisions assistance for its urban
lations and Development at the is to'deny Him." planning program. LOS ANGELES The smog-

University of Florida, this "This nation, which owes its The mayor took some good- GoldwaterJreeps gy sunshine seemed a bit brighter

t morning was named president origin and its strength to a con- natured ribbing from other Monday for the friends of

of the new state university in viction that the rights its citizens members of the commissionand Sen. Barry Goldwater on the
Pensacola. /'T' d b' assert come from God will but joined in the unani-
day before the crucial Califor-
# be immeasurably weakened by mous vote approving the resolution
Appointment of the 45yearold the trend the Supreme Court has recommended by the City Up nia Republican Presidential primary -

educator and lawyer was established," he said. Plan Board notifying ,the Florida election. There were two
announced by the State Boardof s:. In its decision Monday, the Development Commission reasons.
Education at today's Cabinet .
A Supreme Court overturned a that the city is interested in the By LOUIS HARRIS
meeting. He had been of nominated Control.Crosby's Florida Constitutional provision U.S. Urban Planning Assist- LOS ANGELES'" -Rising from an underdog position in this California One was the qualified lan
Board
by the State to the requiring daily Bible reading in ance Program. Republican Primary, Senator Barry Goldwater has seized guage used by several pollstersin

appointment effective public schools, without'secular Plan Director David' God- the momentum in\ the past 24 hours and has cut Governor Nelson their final predictions.
is
$18,000-a-year job comment.The schalk explained to the commis- Rockefeller's lead down'to two percentage points.A .
July. 1 The Pensacola univer-in decision was expected to sion that the resolution repre- statewide survey conducted from last Sunday morning through ,The other was a remark by

sity is scheduled to open have no immediate effect upon. sented a "letter of intent" rather Monday noon showed: Dwight D. Eisenhower, in New

September, 1967. It will for be junior an Florida's schools since for all than a commitment by the JUNE 1 !MAY 30 York that he had not meant, in

upper level university practical purposes, school is city for an urban, renewal_ pro- Per Cent Per Cent .
and seniors only, with a limited the a ,recent statement on Republican -
week throughout
over this gram. Rockefeller 42 49
number of graduate students.Dr. k principles, to read Goldwater -
state. "This gives us a greater cap- Goldwater 40 40
J. Broward Culpepper, Additionally, the schools are ability," the new plan director Not Sure 18 11 .'out of the party. Goldwaterhad

executive director of the Boardof CROSBYEnglish operating under a 1963 law per- said. A rise' in the undecided vote toward the end of an election is a breakfast meeting in

Control, said Crosby was and law instructor at mitting them to set up a studyof "I don't think the federal a sign of a vote shift. Dramatic changes are now taking place in Washington Monday with Eisen-

"unusually well qualified" for the University, he, entered law the Bible and religion. government has any. businessin California, much as occurred in New ,Hampshire for Henry Cabot hower's brother, Milton S. Eisen
the position. In his recommendation practice, first in Kissimmee and Justice Millard Caldwell of the planning in Gainesville, Florida Lodge, in Oregon for Rockefeller, and in the Democratic primaryin "
Culpepper pointed out that later in Pensacola. Later he Florida Supreme Court said he ," McKinney explained. Maryland for Governor Wallace. hower. Arranged some time

Crosby had practiced law in served as a legal consultantfor was not surprised at the deci- "Shades of yesteryear," Most voters remain negative on both men to the end although ago, the meeting was meant to

Pensacola and had served as the state on numerous com- sion. "It was just a question of Commissioner James Richardson Goldwater has a hard core of supporters. The turnout could be the allow a discussion of election issues -

Judge of the Circuit Court of mittees. when," he said. commented. decisive factor with Rockefeller's chances improved by a heavy and the work of Eisenhower's -

the First Florida Judicial Circuit In Washington, Sen. George "Sounds like a one-man vote. "Critical Issues Council," a
from 19551960. After serving five years on Smathers, D-Fla., said he hoped bloc," Commissioner Alan Suth- The plain fact is that 40 per cent of these GOP voters prefer
the bench as Circuit Judge, he the fact erland said. source close to Goldwater said.
would accept
Congress Lyndon Johnson to either Goldwater or Rockefeller.: In addition,
"He is a native of Florida andIs resigned and returned to the that there was strong resent- After voting for the Rockefeller is losing his appeal as a substitute for other GOP The source said the senator

well known and held in high University of Florida where he ment toward the action of the resolution asking for the fed candidates, while awareness of the divorce issue has risen since called the meeting a "satisfac-
esteem in West Florida. In joined the law faculty. In 1961 eral planning assistance, the '-
court.A the birth of the new Rockefeller baby. tory one.Goldwater.
carrying out l his duties as deanat he became assistant dean of the House subcommittee has mayor added wryly:

the University of Florida, he College of Law and a year later been holding hearings on a pro- "You can't fight city hall." returned to Los An-
has come in contact with and was named dean of University posed amendment to the U.S. geles after giving the com- I'

has an unusual grasp of all the Relations and Development.Dean Constitution which would permit Nursing Home Hawaii Talks Aim mencement address at the graduation
administrative and academic Crosby and his wife nonsectarian religious observ-
of his youngest daughter -
functions involved in successfully Margaret have two daughters, ance in public"schools.. Fire CausesEvacuation
administering a degree-grant- Peggy, at Mount Vernon
Susan, 18, and Anne, 14. They ,
ing university," said Culpepper.the live at 1614 NW 14th Ave. (See BIBLE on Page 2)) To Stem Red TideLBJ Junior College in Washington.
graduated from
Crosby _.., -- Major syndicated polltakers
Florida of
University of College A fire at the Gainesville Nursing reported that Gov. Nelson Rock-
honors in 1948.
with high
Law
Center at noon today forced efeller seemed to have an edgein
Ends Press
Following a brief stint as an ya Silence to
evacuation of all who
patients today's election but that Gold-

reside there. WASHINGTON (AP) President the United States will "keepits water was gaining or as one"of
None of the patients in- them that "Goldw t
was wrote
e r
4 Johnson said today the word" to help the people of
Teenagers
jured, according to an officialat must be given a fair chance of :
aim of Honolulu talks on south- South Viet Nam maintain their
the Gainesville Fire The stories
ForThrowing Dept. east Asia is to promote the "ef- freedom. In this connection, he winning. pollsters' ..:
Arrested However, an unidentified man were written with all the careful
ficiency and effectiveness" of read a letter which former
working near the building off circumspection of instruc-
American moves to stem the President Dwight D. Eisenhower -,
Archer Road was sent to the tions for handling dynamitecaps. ..
i
Egg Communist tide in that part of sent to the president of
hospital complaining of stomach .
the world. South Viet Nam in 1954 spellingout
pains, the Fire Dept. said.
Four Gainesville Gainesville teenagerswere k xo According to the Fire Dept. Johnson said the future of all American policy."It Denison Kitchel, the diffidentbut
arrested by spokesman, the workman cut of southeast Asia is at stake in was a good letter then and astute Arizona attorney whois
Police yesterday for riding line outside the Laos and South Viet Nam.It its a good letter now," he said. Goldwater's national cam-
through
a
gas
around town throwing eggs at building. The gas' ignited and a is not just jungle warfarebut Johnson! who met with some paign director, said, "It seem-
cars. for freedom on 25 reporters in his office, de- ed to me all these pollsters are
water heater, also outside the a struggle
Charged with disorderly conduct
clined to be drawn into extended .
said in state- any hedging."It
all he a
were Richard N. Primo, building, caught fire. fronts:
K n'Vi" discussion of southeast to what
Dale E. Before the Fire Dept. could ment read to a news ,confer- seems me we
NE 21st Ave.
,
18, 1106
He said he about
Asian
the President'sfirst problems. have been saying a reversal
the blaze the fire It was
extinguish ence.
16th
Turlington, 17, 201 NW with thought that should await com- in the trend toward Rockefeller ,
Ave. and Dennis L. Leahy, 17, spread into a small portion of meeting reporters -
41 ; rrx y. since 9. pletion 01 the Honouu talks by u continued. We think i 1
the attic and the roof. May
oI The 29 SE fourth 21st St.boy, who is 14, At two o'clock an assessmentof Citing peace as the aim of top military, diplomatic and in- it's going to be a pretty"tight !:
Johnson said (See LBJ on Page 2) race and we're optimistic. -
was issued a juvenile summonsfor +t damages had not been made. American policy, I I

disorderly conduct and released Ij j

his i
to parents.The
arrests arose out of complaints V
:

between midnight and Cram Course Election Latvs:1-:1:1In '
J a.m. Sunday by persons I on
whose cars had been spatteredby

eggs. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Between authority or responsibility to some counties, he said, ing the first primary were clear

now and the next election, take corrective action Adams voters not only did not know ed up by the time the second
rolled around.
i Florida's elections officials at but they also did primary
said as chief elections officer of where to vote Adams said his office was preparing
i WHERETO the county level will be offereda the state, he would beef up his not know where to register. a list of recommended

cram course in bow to con elections school for county su- 5 first in the election code to
Where's the Fire?' During the May primary changes -
duct elections according to law. pervisors of registration and ..-
and duties'at
Adams, sent deputies to fix responsibilities .
FIND IT Secretary of State Tom Adams poll workers. observe voting proceduies in all levels. ...::.

Coffee break at the Seagle Building? No, it was a ,announced the plan Monday aft- of eight counties. Their report re- For instance, he said, among =
'
-
. 12 The first fire drill in Seagle Build- Some supervisors registration
Comics fire drill yesterday. er telling newsmen he was of sulted in distribution of a pam- all of the workers at each polling -i--
he said, were unaware
Classified . 13-15 ing officials' memory evacuated approximately 80 persons -, amazed at some of the practiceshis such the phlet outlining voting laws and place, no one is in charge =:
their duties, as require-
Entertainment 13 at 3:30.p.m. Fire drill procedure has been announced observed at the
deputies of duties workers to all for reports of violations of the --
the list of poll
Obituaries . 2 last week, so everything vas calm and orderly, polls during the May 28 second absentee ment that they post and counties.As election 'code. This must be ;::
voters provide
Opinion Page . 4 said Robert Sherrard, Civil Defense Co-ordinator. Phone primary. result he said, of handled with the supervisor of -
,
and a many
Sports . .g, 10 calls to each floor gave the warning. The building was maps of the precincts poll- observed dur- registration.f' ,
Women's . .6 cleared in 9 minutes and everyone was back to work at Emphasizing that he bad no ing places for the voters. the irregularities -
-
3:45 ,p.m., Sherrard reported. --



f'. .. 1 =
1/. \ 4 J t s

.
-r--' ........ tj=.".. "' --'- -. -- -.... .. .. _... ,.., ,r _A _< -_.-...-....."' _,"""'''''''4'-- JT rTA.J'V.7..'



"''.'7'4"""' '. -----. .. "."-.I.>; a
-- -
..
I' "
"

I 1964" ;
2 Gainesville Sun_ Tuesday, June 2,



' Acosta Case in Summary: Weather Roundup Big Turnout Is ExpectedIn



,


f .i The: 'Charges- ,' His Replies' .'w ::tL .rw. Turbulent Calif. VoteSAN



} -" & summary, these are Har- ta said lie learned that a wedding word where- he could" be reached. ZONESB FRANCISCO (AP-CaV and a fierce, party-splitting bat- Rockefeller, who finished uj.
old Acosta's answers to. the 12 held at the I
reception was ifornia
Republicans choose
C fair be- tie for the Democratic sesatoria wo terminals away at the
Mostly through
charges listed by the City Commission center 13 after he had
on. May tween Goldwater
Barry, and
Nelson nomination
the for his Charge Failure to furnish Wednesday. Little cooler to- were expected tc prawling airport; avoided an]
as reasons been dismissed.
! 1 dismissal: instruc- Massey with a schedule of youth night with low 58 to 65. High ..L t Lam A. Rockefeller today in alastinthenation bring out nearly 70 per cent -of; ,redicticns. BuThis supporters
Charge Disobeyed
I NeesM.
primary ,that the state's 4 million Democratic remained optimistic i that he
and adult basketball Wednesday 80 to 85. Mostly
Charge Failure to enforce' programs.
tions to leave word with other
: decide the kind of
may Repub- voters and 2.9 million Republicans. would win-and win fairly big
northwest to north winds 8
I a policy set forth by the Recreation where
-center to he
employes as
lican the
; Answer Schedules were party will nominatefor Police called for help when
to 15 miles hour.
f Director cancelling pri11 -could be reached when he was submitted before the first gameon an president in July.A Goldwater and Rockefeller Rockefeller landed after a 12

L vate parties at the Community away from the center. Jan. 2. There was only ZONESA turbulent finish climaxedthe closed their pounding drive Mon city, 1,500 mile, aerial tour in
I Center.I Clear to partly cloudy and mild
I Answer Denied, including enough adult interest for: one tonight/ and Wednesday. Lowest tonight campaign for 86 pledged day night with final salvos as which he continued to assail hisopponent's
11 I, Answer Weekly reports notarized statements from two; team. The schedule infor M to 64. Highest Wednesday 71 to delegates in showdown J
was 14. Variable mostly north and north- a between discordant as the rival victory; political views as ex-
: {, show there were no parties or staff members backing up his mal and had to be fitted aroundthe east winds I to 16 miles an hour the professed conserva- predictions. tremist. .
receptions since Jan. 18. Acos- argument that he did leave tight schedule Lincoln D Partly cloudy through Wednes tism of the Arizona and
Ii at day. Little cooler tonight with low in senator Goldwater, disputing state- About half theJj00 persons iL

.i:'' Gym. Mostly the 60s.northwest High Wednesday to north winds 80 to I 85.to the moderate credo of the New wide polls which, tabbed Rocke- the welcoming crowd appearec

15 miles F an hour.E York governor.It's feller to repeat his May 15 Oregon to be Goldwater supporters who ;
Charge- Failure to plan Partly cloudy through .
; 1 More About ahead for the Halloween Wednesday. Low tonight 45 to TO. HighWednesday 1tG" a winnertakeaffair, victory, told! an airport rrlly boced R ctefcll r's assertion:
mid 80SVariable mostly
pro-
Ii until three days before. west through north winds 5 to 15 with no write-ins permitted. in Los Angeles: : "We're going to that the seratcr has taken ";0impulsive

gram I miles I an G hour.H -. Considerable cloudinesswith Balmy weather quickening in- win. I've never been so confi .and irresponsiblestand" <

: Acosta Answer Two weeks before scattered showers through Wed- GAINESVILLE WEATHER terest in the presidential race dent." on thee of nuclear j
I I nedy. Low tonight/ around 70 Hlgn
Halloween he told Massey he I Wednesday 85 to 88. Variable mostly -Municipal Airport readingsfor weapons. .::: v
I II' would schedule the and southwest and west winds 5 to 15 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: decision b
From 1 party miles an hour.J The long-awaited )
Page contacted 10 clubs to sponsor scattered K Considerable cloudiness with High 90 at 2 p.m., low 66 at India Head More About Republican voters;will come after \ '

il' The last charge noted that 'Acosta said during the hearing booths, including school offi Low tonight showers 70 to through 75. High Wednesday.Wednesday 12 midnight. No rain. 7 am.to7 pan. balloting- (

"this disregard continued even that he told Massey he would! cials.Charge'. mid winds 80s.5 Mostly to 15 south miles and an southwest hour TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh BibleFrom 8 pan. in Cour.c unties-in 32,861 )

after having this matter call- submit a letter but did not agree i higher In showers. Law Prld,. To Follow precincts; ____

J ed to your attention on two different -to resign.. He, was later no- Playgrounds were CEDAR KEY TIDES Miami Jacksonville 90 86 71 77 Goldwater will-await the returns

I occasions by the city tified by Massey that he had not opened on a daily basis and Wednesday Tampa 90 76 .02 Page 1 in Los Angeles 1 Rockefeller -
were allowed to close withouthis High at 1:24 a.m. and Atlanta 80 59 J1 Nehru PathNEW
manager. been dismissed. 7:24 pjn. Low at 1:18 ajn and 2:08 New Orleans 75 58 o in New York. :

I Witnesses for the city'yesterday Shortly after Acosta's dismissal knowledge. p.m. Washington New York 68 62 57 54 .02.13 Msgr. James J. Walsh, director Areas to watch: Los Angeles, ,:

included Carol Lanoux, an City Manager Bill Green Answer Only rain or ill- ALMANAC Chicago 68 50 DELHI, India (AP) of the Catholic Diocesan Orapge and San Diego counties, '

.p employe of the Recreation De announced the resignation of the ness or absence of playground Sunrise Sunset today tomorrow.................,.......5:29 7:26 p.m. Denver Ft.Kansas City 54 71 44 54 Jl India's ruling Congress party; Bureau of Information in Miami bulwark of Southern California'spredomInant

partment. recreation director "for personal supervisors caused the playgrounds Moonrise tomorrow ........ 1:06 a am.m. Los Worth Angeles 726 79 54 named. mild-mannered Lal Ba- said: "In view of the existing voting strength;
.
\ Lanoux said he felt that at I reasons." to close. "Regarding The Last planet Quarter, tomorrow Sot."", Is '.the 4.M bright a.m. cattle MARINE FORECAST 63 48 .0* hadur Shastri by acclamation law, the Supreme Court could do San Francisco 'and, its populous

the meeting when Massey in- Spokesmen for Acosta at yes. the last part of this charge, I do I "star night. seen Saturn neartst Is to the Moon to today to succeed the late Prime nothing else. This decision neighbors, and the agricultural

structed his staff to close both I terday's hearing were L. V. not understand how I could 'al ary among the now stars nearly of the station-constellation winds EAST 8 GULF to 15 :knots Northwest through to Wednes-north Minister Nehru. He pledged to seems to be in keeping with the central valley.Democrats .

II recreation centers Acosta under- Davis, T. B. McPherson, Rev.I low' something to happen with- Aquarius. day. Partly, cloudy. work for Nehru's goal of a unit court's previous decisions that had a choice to

\I stood the order, although he Thomas Wright and Eugene out my knowledge. In order to ed, Socialist India. the public schools remain relig- make, too, on whether to hand

said at "one point" it appearedthat Mills. allow something to happen, I "Socialism is ously neutral. their 154 national convention ,
there was "some doubt" in The city's representatives at would have to have had know- SE Asia Confab Shastri said our objective after Congress votes to opposing slates headedby

Acosta's mind. the hearing included all five ledge of it first. I had no such members shortly of Parliament "If prayer and Bible readingare Gov. Edmund G. Brown and

Lanoux explained that he was commissioners City Attorney knowledge." party insisted on in the public Los Angeles Mayor Samuel W.
named him their leader
present when Massey asked Osee Fagan Massey,'Green andGreen's Charge No schedule for schools, the 1st Amendment Yorty. Both delegations are informally

Acosta to resign or face dismis assistant Bud Brocken- softball programs until the day Ending in SecretHONOLULU a designation carried which nomination automatically would have to be changed. How- pledged to President "
sal. I as ever, such a decision can be *
brough.
.1 before teams were to play. I prime minister. dangerous because. it stand. Johnson. _
Answer as The real Democratic battle involved '-

: I [More About not submitted- The until program the day was be- (AP) American bassadors and military leaders Shastri, 59, gave no clue to now:; the 1st Amendment guarantees ": an acrimonious clash J

fore because he waited "as longas policy makers, in the final have been instructed by the the foreign policy he will pur us all religious freedom. between Pierre Salinger, press
[
I I Talks possible" for interested spon- hours of their secret strategy President to review American sue. He indicated high regardfor Dr. Henry Rahlberg, pastor of secretary to two presidents.and .

LBJ sors to get enough players. "I talks, were occupied today with policy in Southeast Asia and Nehru's daughter, Mrs. In: the First Presbyterian Church of State Controller Alan Cranston -

,\ began contacting and arrang- the question of what more the make suggestions for its future dira Gandhi, a leading candidate -Miami, said he was "bitteildisappointed" for the party nominationfor

1 From Page 1 ing for teams six weeks before United States must do to prop course. for the foreign minister at the decisions, ailing Sen. Clair Engle's
"especially in the light of the
the program was to start"Charge up Southeast Asia against intensified -I There were growing indications post. seat.The

.f t telligence officials.However that frugality must be achieved Massey was not Communist pressure. ; that military moves were Shastri he recalled I fact been that our local church has race pitted Brown, or-
wept as active in
'. when Johnson 'was through appropriations and tight told of the equipment needs until The two-day meeting alreadywas being charted to show proCommunist -: Nehru's death last week and Bible reading so in defense '' of ganized labor and the Demo-
j the schools.
\ I asked about a weekend state- management.In the day softball teams. were setting off political reverberations insurgents the United' said of Mrs. Gandhi: "Her con- cratic tlub movement, behind

.( ment by Rep. Melvin R. ,Laird, discussing Southeast Asia, to start playing. in election-conscious States means business. Limited tinued association with will "I can only pray now that an Cranston, against Assembly
us
4( R-Wis., that the American government -Johnson contrasted American Answer The practice schedule Washington. But the assembled military pressures have been be a of amendment to the Constitutionwill Speaker Jesse M. Unruh, Atty
source to aU]
1 has laid plans for car- policies with those of the Com submitted on April 17 included diplomatic and military author- applied in the past-notably in[. of us." strength be forthcoming," he said. Gen. Stanley Mosk and other

4 I t rying the Vietnamese war into munists."It copies of the equipment ities at Pacific Command head- Thailand in 1962-with tempo- Max Karl, regional director of party elements supporting Sal

the northern part of that country is others who make war needs for the softball program quarters appeared to ignoreatleast rary success. I He.welcomed the support of the National Conference of inger in a power struggle. Sal

( Johnson replied: and we who seek peace,*' he which was to begin on May 6. [ officially-everything. but Increased U.S. military activity former Finance Minister Mor Christians and Jews, said: "In inger has played heavily on his

I 4 "I know of no plans that have said. ChargeFailed to comply the subjects at hand. in Southeast' Asia could takea arjl Desai, his opponent who my view, religious observances 'close ties with the late President

been made." And at another point he said with instructions to consult Efforts to solve the Southeast number of, courses including yielded after a determined five- and religious teaching belong John F. Kennedy in bucking .

S On other topics, Johnson: "it is others-not we" who have Massey before buying any items Asia crisis began Monday witha jet reconnaisance flights over day succession struggle."I :only in the church, the syna. a well-established state figure

-Emphasized that the United brought terror to peasants and for the center. more-than nine-hour session Communist North Viet Nam or am sure this will generate gogue and the home. Resort to who polled the highest vote

) States intends to maintain aerial ignored agreements to promote Answer Purchase orders that convened in a heavily a carrier task force cruising a new confidence in the country the classroom situation with Unskilled I of any candidate in winning reelection -

4 surveillance of Cuba, although -stability.The were used for everything with guarded room, moved to a private -just outside North Vietnamese and will have an impact on the teachers or pupils to impart I as controller in 1962.

I he left open the possi- President was questioned the exception of pingpong balls. : beach for a working lunch territorial waters-close enough outside world also," Shastr religious truth and religious The top man in the 12-man

bility that reconnaissance methods -about reports that some American 'To encourage! proper use of i and closed back behind locked I to be seen from shore. said. spirit is at best mere sentimentality -;Democratic contest will take on

S might be revised, from. timeto military equipment being I tins small supply (of ping pong doors. -. . .. at worst hiehlv daneerous. ..,- George Murphy, a former Hollywood !-
-
time. used in South Viet Nam-nota- balls) I used a system of That same schedule was ,in snasiri saia me party's immediate ." song-and-dance man

asked' to comment bly,helicopters-is obsolete. I asking that a ten cent donationbe force today with most of the of- Fire Guts task is to fight India's who has been active in Repub-
-When on
that Atty. Gen. Johnson replied that he has no made on the balls which was ficials, including Secretary of "biggest enemies-poverty" and Rabbi Joseph G. Narot of lican affairs for 25 years; Le-

Robert the possibility F. might seek worry "about the quality of the I returned if the ball had not been State Dean Rusk, who presided, Annex OfHospital unemployment. [ Temple Israel of Greater Miami land Kaiser, San Francisco industrialist
t Kennedy and of Defense Rob- said: "I think the decision Hall
Fred
the Democratic senate nomina equipment or the quality of the burst carelessly/ He said the Secretary "The country must remain or Long
it." breakage fund ert S. McNamara, who plannedto only reinforces what so many- Beach attorney who once was
tion in New York, said that's a L men handling was used to replace united and it is important we
broken fly home to Washington after from the court to President Ken. of Kansas.
1 for and the He said military authoritiesare balls. realize our grave responsibilities governor
t matter Kennedy : final adjournment about dusk.) nedy to religious leadershavebeen I his appeal for
people of New York' to decide. using the equipment they Charge Failure to requisition toward the betterment of Winding up
I think best. And he said it is only equipment in sufficient time None of the conferees would our people," he declared. "The saying, that the home, the votes, Rockefeller said the pres-
) -Declared that the economyis disclose what directions their ARCADIA (AP) An aging church and the mustbe idential : 'will decide
normal for flaws to crop up for ordering and delivery. economic issues are most vital synagogue primary
well to the 1964 I laundry building at G.
Pierce
responding from time to time in any pieceof Answer Knows of no program meetings were taking. It appeared Wood for us." responsible for religious the future of the Republican I
: tax cut, and that the January machinery.In I that did not begin as planned likely that details of any Mental Hospital, already training." party. i

forecast of a $623 billion national his opening announcements because of lack of ma- recommendations will be revealed -marked for replacement, was: India is "faced today with a Sen. Wilson Carraway, president The New York governor said I

output this year"' will be Johnson also said he had. terials. No knowledge of ,any only after approval by destroyed by fire Monday night: great crisis" Shastri continued, of the State Senate, said he he offered "a constructive, for- \

"realized or bettered. He also sent a ongratulatory messageto policy about how much time President Johnson. while 1,350 patients remained and must "follow in his (Nehru deplored "the decision of the ward-looking and responsible alternative .

s&id that "no inflation isiD Lal Bahadur Shastri, the new was necessary for program ma- Political reaction to the talks safely in their wards. 's) footsteps." court, but I don't know of any to the Democratic administration f

sight." I prime minister of India. terials. came from Rep. Melvin R. Firemen from the hospital and If this reflects Shastri's for- thing we can do about it at the now.:w power" ,

-Reiterated his confidencethat : He declined to say whether he Charge No playground Laird, R-Wis., chairman of the Arcadia successfully preventedthe eign policy, it will mean a continuation state level." Goldwater. he'.said, offered !

Congress will "pass good was pleased with the selection, gram was submitted. pro- i Republican congressional cam- fire from reaching nearby .of nonalignment under Rev. C. A. Roberts of Talla"a narrow doctrinaire extremism -

bill" in the civil rights field. saying that is a matter for the Answer Before Jan. 2 paign committee. He said in a fuel storage tanks which could which India accepts economicand hassee's First Baptist Church, -outside the mainstream of

-Announced that the balance' Indian people to decide. But he proposed program that includedthe a Congressional Record statement have exploded, endangering the military aid from both sidesof said, "My feeling..is! that some- American political thought."

I of payments deficit In the first said his relationship with Shas program in effect that the conference won't be wards. Several firemen suffered the Iron Curtain but does not thing has got to be said to the i The Arizona senator, in turn,

five months of the year is run tri "has been good." mitted to Massey. was sub- productive unless the administration -minor injuries.Dr. consider itself a member of any Supreme Court. The thingsthey're complained that Rockefeller

ning at an annual rate of $500 Charge Failure gives up what he term- Clark Adair, hospital superintendent -bloc. doing are not necessarily -has "continued to misquoteme
to close
million to $600 mlilion com center on May 8 and 9 the ed false premises that belong in said the laundry Acting Prime Minister G. L. strengthening the division of ," adding, "I do wish that
at the
pared with a $3.6 billion average building was 75 yards from the "
Man church and
Nearlv instruction of the past. Nanda nominated Shastri be- state. the opposition had been a little
for the last six years. Massey, including nearest of 21 wards and it was "
announcing the Laird said executive policy in fore the Congress party members "They're coming into areas more sensible.
The improvement in the balance Drowns InNewnans schools. closing in the Southeast Asia is unrealistic in unnecessary to order an evacua- in the central hall of Par- where they do not have the say Rockefeller, in speeches

of payments plus heavy Answer -The instructionswere its approach to Communist-in- tion.He liament.[ Desai seconded the and are unnecessarily creating throughout the week, appealedto

Soviet sales of gold added $97 L. to close the doors to teen- spired problems. said the fire apparently nomination, saying the party pressures. In the final analysis, the "I like Ike" fans by declaring -
stocksin started in
million to American gold dancing Rusk, asked about Laird's laundry equipment.By would "continue to adhere to the school boards are going to his views fit Dwight D.
first five months of the age on Friday and Saturday the time it noticed
the A Gainesville man was "doing nights. The doors charge, declined comment. The was bya the ideals" of Nehru. Approval do what their c !".titutients Eisenhower's definition of a responsible -
of
said. the watchman
year, he fine" at Alachua General Hos- Center were closed assembled Cabinet officers, am- it was too late'toprevent followed in a burst of applause want, anyway." Republican.
his break. on Saturday -
that at
said destruction
Johnson of
the build-
fast meeting with Democratic 'pital this morning after nearly May 9 and he stood at the doors ing, Dr. Adair added. President Sarvepalli Radhak Rev. William Brown chaplainat Goldwater pointed to Eisen-

leaders, he emphasized drowning in a boating mishapon to explain the reason. The an- rishnan will complete the formalities Florida State University, hower's denial Monday that he
congressional administration'splea Newnan's Lake yesterday. nouncement could not be made by asking Shastri to said: "In the long run, this is tried to read the senator out of
the Teenage LivingLecture
'
national Johnny Fender, 23, of 1421 SE in the school because the Lincoln Tucker Speech form a government and swear protective to both Protestants the Republican party. He saidit

riAht limit for a nf temporary$324 billion. 41st Place, .was rushed uncon- High Principal "had previously GivenLarry him in, probably later this and Catholics. It protects the I confirmed the former prest.dent's .

4 -- scious to intensive care at Ala I informed that Slated week. minorities by seeing to it that neutrality in the scramble
The t mpor rYceiling of $315 I me the TonightRear
.; chua General yesterday the Party President Kumaraswa- the majority's choice of Bible for the presidential bid.
school's
Sobera federal investigator
billion is due to drop to $309 billion policy was not ,to use '
Alachua County Sheriff's office the intercom for mi Kamaraj placed Shastri's study is not forced on them." The Arizona senator was
on June 30. Johnson said, system for public the United States Admiral Wiliam B.
reported. name before party members "In an area where Catholicsare asked about published reports
that wouldn't be high enough be- announcements." Public Health Service, was Tucker, U.S. Navy (retired),
the debt itself is expectedto Fender, Richard Owens, 23, of Charge Disregard of depart- lecturer at the weekly meetingof assistant professor of mathematics -after a poll of Congress leaders in a majority, Protestantswill that Dr. Milton Eisenhower,
cause Rt. 2, and Bill Ladd favored the former not have bow brother of the former
of 2032 NW ment rules the Club and home minister to to their president,
total $311.8 lillion on that day. regulations andMassey's Boys' Keystone University College I.
8th St. in who had been Nehru's wishes and vice It's for would endorse Rockefeller. He
were cruising Ladd's versa.
Club. He
directions. facts and counselor will
presented to '
I "The debt limit is not a magic speak members -
14 foot boat when closest associate the betterment of all "' said he had breakfast with Milton
it flipped, 'Answer after Nehru he said. -
"I figures venereal disease of
the
formula for promoting economy believe and hope concerning -I University of Flori-
government," he said adding officers reportedThe that as an employe of the city's and pointed out that per- da Naval Reserve Research Co. suffered a stroke in January.A Eisenhower Monday and the
boys all moderate Socialist and firm latter indicated he would not
were thrown Recreation Department that I sons under 20 years of age are 6-4 tonight at 7:15 at the Naval Warfel Elected

clear, but the boat righted itself.have complied with all the rules, I responsible for one out of every Training ,Center, 1300 NE 8th anti-Communist, Shastri was support Rockefeller.In .
Claim Cuba and kept going until it ran out regulations and directions that four reported cases of venereal picked largely because of his New York, Rep. WilliamE.

of gas. sheriff's deputies said. were made known to me by the disease. Ave.Admiral Tucker will speak on middle-of-the-road views, which AAUN PrexyDr. Miller, Republican national
The boys were and Congress leaders hope will chairman, said a Goldwater
picked up Director of Recreation." Don Large Keystone Club morale problems of Naval -
carried ashore by two unidenti- advisor said more such lectures personneL bring together the party's con- Harry R. WarfeL University victory would edge him "very
'Bleeding'Prisoners fied in of Florida English close to the nomination in delegate
men another boat but dealing with problems in All Naval Reserve officers in servative and leftist extremes. professor -
not before Fender had twice and author, was elected strength." A Rockefeller
teenage living are planned for the Gainesville area who have
sunk under the water president of the Gainesville victory, he said, would enhance
despiteOwens's Ninety per cent of all scientists -members of the Keystone Club. scientific interest are invited to Disease
4 attempts to keep him Lung Chapter pf the American Associ. the governor's position "tremen-
who
ever lived
are living The[ club is open to Senior members become members of the
MIAMI AP) Condemned and Ladd afloat, officers said. today. of the Boys' Club. j unit. reserve ation for the United Nations ously."
trioi-inar-Y: "rP tnrr&A tn mntrib.r Talk GivenExehangites last weekend. j
--- -- ------ ------
b ute to a blood bank before they 9 Gainesville Sun
Also elected as officers for the

are shot, Cuban exiles charged UF Housing Lack Cuts Enrollment coming year were Emmanuel I Pub'ished' evening* excr tSitITJ.y.

today. Jitlin, vice president: Mrs.I and Sunday morn-
Anti-Castro leaders protestedto Lung and respiratory diseases Catherine Cutler, secretary and >ny, ty the Gainesville? Publishing -

international organizationsthat TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor- were outlined for Gainesville Herber Allen treasurer. Company at 101 SE
Ruben Acosta and Justo ida's two top universities- are Here are the figures on applications Florida A & M University: I mostly from junior colleges Exchange Club members yesterday I. and 2nd Place.entered Gainesville.as second Florida class

Garcia, both 16, were forced to turnIng: away thousands of prospective at the universities: Received some 1,150 applica- along the lower east coast. by Dr. Allen Delaney at Speaker of the evening was matter at the Pest Office. at

contribute to a blood bank then students seeking admission -University of Florida: Re- tions; will accept some 750; all The FSU Institute for Social the group's noon luncheon.The Mrs. Norwood Phelps of Flor-I Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
executed. Exiles said such procedure ceived 5,900 applications physician noted that a nationwide Ida State University. It RATES BY
for the fall term mainly ; accepted -out- f-town students required to Research estimated that by 1975
is common in Cuba, because of lack of housing, the 3,100; held out-of-state live on on-campus enrollment would top campaign to inform nounced at the meeting that 135 CARRIER OR MAIL
health supplies are in freshmen applications to 250 campus. Americans about respiratory national organizations and 50 local
where State Board of Control said. ; 135,000 students, compared with 1 Week .45
great demand Because universities require and cut off freshmen women applications -University of South Florida: 33,343 last fall and an esti- diseases is being conducted chapters of the AAUN will 3 MM. $7.85

The protest, to the Organization freshmen women to live on the I last March. Received 2,200 applicationsfrom mated 38,000 in September. this month in an attempt to prevent join together to from the United!I All mail subK'iptions mutt
Nations Association of the
of American States and the freshmen and transfer future invalidism.A I be pad: in advance.
Jurists Commission campus, the board said Monday, [ -Florida State University: 'students Meanwhile, enrollment at the film on chronic bronchitisand United States )UNA of USA).,
International -the number of dormitory facilities -Received 6,121 applications ; accepted some 60 per I Member of Audit Bureau of
in Geneva, was filed by the available is the controlling 3,941; cut off freshmen; accepted -cent; two-thirds of all students 29 state junior colleges was .emphysema wa used to Circulation.

Cuban Human Rights Commission -factor for that :commute, booming. Current enrollmentwas ,supplement Delaney's talk and I
group. women applications in Febru- AH material eer tetf fcercin to
and by former Cuban Supreme The board said 35 per cent above last year was shown by a representative The bristlecone pine trees of the property .* the GalRCSVfll
Justice Francisco applicationswould ary; still accepting applicationsfrom -Florida Atlantic University: and the enrollment for September -of the Alachua County Tuber California, oldest known living PublishIng Company. .(cl 1W4. Reproduction
Court continue to be hi whole r bt part H
acceptedas women transfer students opening in September with was estimated at 35 percent culosis and Respiratory Disease thing on earth look somewhat: strictly forbidden without tile wrtttaftMrmlttbn

Alabau ,Trelles. withdrawals are made. and from men. i some- 2,000 students enrolled, .above this year. Assn. like living driftwood. or tile pubtMwr.


'iI .. ..
'" --- -
-" --
'.(' .4- ( I.t ...)!' ..,.



_. .._ ..... -- .... .. -. .. .... ...
11 : ?:r- r-r' -- -- -- -- ------ -- .
': '__' --- -<---"-;- '""-., II( -- .--,..- --- - .



-- --------.- r'ts* '
.


Eri 1




t .'.. ., .' r r.\ "': -r ,"', ,' P' f'r -__ '..' -_' __ Tuesday'June '2, .1964 Gainesville; Sun --I ,
'I :


.
$. f*:: $ ; s
4 : .

11 %:., a.? & a :.


-
.i "
..... ,4
j
-Jf :" ..
,po' J964 .
-
,
*t.
;
:' 3 a; fc.A's 13yp
.1
.
It'
.. .
: \
( -
4 A'iP9s k' e s :7 .y ;

4 j ''.1.;. :J : ? j : t4 :' 1- 9 tw,CpS I

.... A
." x 'fir $
: k sf'G. Mav p w
+N >a sle t r 4
n PR

....,,."'\: ... /4/i i

';I"' ,
.:..:.1-_ _
4 k't t s 3 -
"
S .,.: ,.. M .vs
,:...'1>0. a
r t\ ; 1 a r
.:
.
.:: 'J." oFi



"
,
--
.
,-..

"
.
"


t o'c.. toy aF Gf





}
c ;
o












m .


:L
q
/ -:#

y ... _
r.xr





,w vz y\y w L

s'
s _
vy
0 _____

._ I :
t ; d,3 a Y+ .f \ YY +3"C ee qty b
N1 x \
\1 -1 ,' ,1 c : iii
_# r ,4
_ _





I-



!a _

__ __



S.

.


". How Do You Picture Stability? "


:.

..
Stability is felt, rather than seen. It's a great feeling you get. a feeling that this is solid .fill .


.. this is real a feeling that so many of our customers and friends tell us they get when entering


; ... ,-' the First National. r I
0"
.. .
', j .., '

.: y On the celebration of our seventy-sixth anniversary, we realize that it takes time to inspire feel. '1

.
( inns and residents. :
; : .,

: Time plus a tradition of contributing to the growth of all Northcentral Florida. First National ', ., :; ,:

.jJ. ":'" has been build.ahiIiet y since 1888!' .1 .; ; '

.1.. .
.
_:. : ; :. '
.1' ; -. .. .'
", '. i You're invited to bank with us large account ,or small. .,. and we'll show you how to picturestability. ,: .:'1 r',

I,,.,' !'. "' 'J.
E )-. r .0 F.;'-, 'f J '' '4
'
; .it :. ., -. .- : ,' .
.

j' ;: ,.: : t' 1888-1964 We Proudly ,Celebrate- Our 76th. Anniversary; ,7; Z; ;:9r : ::


.: .(."..I ,.:",'",1.:1-,,1..:.:.,: ,. -". .. } .... .. ", '' .' .,,..; .".. '<-, 'f.:'. :....,.. ..''... }..,"..... !. ,.. .;.>....: )h"i V"_*...'....,.0'.<_, ,! r; I. _... .!'.r' t.
:....... '* '. : :*",,+ rc,'; .'. ". 1 h 1 $ i-w': rririq: .; ,
".... .. ,,. '...'-.", ,, .!. ,
: : 1 f
J 'f'i -" 1'u"3! t ""' '' ; -IfIU&
'Vii3 '
; : :: 4 ": 'f. 'ft .
': F. : ;-r ; {
< :
!I .. \.1.....: > ... .,j .. : : IT'S .:.:'>;.:, :. .. .1, :-.,, : !,.l. tw.i: .
;
I :
j '
,' 1 J "it .t.; .
"I.
,
-t' '1k 1 AYI
+ .
.
I L : 0 ':;"1 .. .. .'.. ...
L' ... .... ..- J>00 .., ,
; :!) '4.) } "':> ;.1 1 : < t. )t-
o I I ,lrl f'.". J'Jt: : t.. j-. LIBAIKIII MI I.; '. .}..,.!y.' f,rT.: .i."'.;: .,.,r'. ) J''".--I...... ....; ., ,. ,.

::! !frll "-.:, .. ." ;' ftcrt.z. : ,s = -::= I OF GAINESVILLE I FLORIDA .'''. I ; .l:1 l-. .. .. '"-" .. .
.r'-m ;
;r: : .
ve'.i.
; ., Ii'f,! e .t' '':': .. .. ':' J. ..."., .ff.I' ',.1l ,'If. .."..t : .. ..' It .
.. ,. l' : ESTABLISHED 1888 ;.- .. > -- ':
"
: : \ : .'' : *: .x;: : : -: ,
1'! _.r !_ 1 K t fiii :; }' ) .j ;.iI' J1.J ft r ::4 ..
... ., .:.' .r :. -' .
,
j !! c !:; :; :' :- -e .! .1't .f \:>1r :: : .i'd
.,, ,:. ., : "' i ,.. ,. ,. '
Feaerai !
; :' t'--: : Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -Member of' Reserve -System;,,'1 ; : '-. r rt
/t '.' ; '.. : .d: : 7' i' "

: : THIS, IS THE BANK TO GROW WITH :'., ."."0I r

..
f! : : t .. ."

.

.

i :. :i ) 1 ,p

-- -



J' j
-
; -w- .
: _
:





4 GoineSYiiU i Sun Tuesday, June 2. 1964


PATHS OPEN IN VIET NAM
'I. CONSCIENCE j
'l :



: Oiafntsuil1 inn 'OF F Out the f


I THE rI&*' i Getting of Jungle-


13'In
: JOHN R. HARRISON, President and Sfr m ffurlt aJtmts' the least bad terms for political neutralization of North Viet 1934 Washington feared it

t :. .*blUkri PAT COWLZS Tie rreilent By C. L SULZBERGER surrender. This is of Nam. It does claim however Vietnamese partition was. but I.
SOUTHBy
Florida's Beautiful *a4 ZxeeitlT ED JOHNSOX.. EilUri Tic W. G.Preside Bill)* PARIS In Indochinawe course a particularly unpalatable that its formula accords with first step to its communiza1-

: EBEKSOLE. Tic President ud AsvcHUfof > have persistently violated suggestion to an American the 1954 Geneva agreement to tion. What was true then is g-

f. 'University City' ",sJ DlrccUri BOB TAKTACUOXE. the four cardinal maxims of administration facing re partition Viet Nam and that still probably true. And in :.

__ Tic rrctldent ut CIre l*> RALPH llcGILLl'1ill&&er I foreign policy which are: election. it is preferable either to en- merely delaying this trend we I -

.. tl.n llaaac. Ol U* AtUaU.Prism (Wtamtar Ga.) C.aSUtUO Pmblliker. 1. Always keep the initiative. The French proposal is often larging the Indochina war or have committed immense 1-

: THE SUN'S POLICY 2. Always exploit the in- inaccurately described. It is continuing the present dead power and prestige. Our entire n \

: evitable. said France proposes neutralIzation end policy. world posture would suffer if j,
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the
news columns.
-. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. A ReturnTo 3. Always stay in with the of all Indochina and France sees no reason why if we now abandoned an area 3
that it is military stalemate must pre into which
we
at
outs. clearly impossible probably never
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. 5*
') :): this to cede negotiation. France began should have intruded.
4. Never stand between a juncture negotiate neutralization j, f.
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 dog and a lamp post. of North Viet Nam. secret parleys with the S"
Want Ads-376-4672 Furthermore Wash t Algerian rebels while it dominated THIS SPACE reluctantly
Above all we have lost the n g o n
j I __ _____ initiative and the inevitable is claims a political solution can- the battlefield.Although concludes that we have foolish- n \

J. not be attempted by negotiation militarily it seemed to be ly fotced ourselves into a posi- ._
exploiting us.

Choosing: a Vice President : : Cuba Our present function seemsto until a military stale- it winning was doomed the war,to France lose saw the formula tion where"A.we" But must if attempt we are :.'
mate has first been achieved.In .
be that of popular whippingboy
.. peace. And in Indochina wearen't not ready to do so, and are
The Senate Judiciary Committeeon important in and guerrilla pincushionin fact, the French approach' \
their choice is their even winning the war. unwilling to accept formula"B
Manuel Ray Rivero the deals only with South-not
South Viet Nam. To
Constitutional Amendments has legislative ability, their knowledgeof name stirs memory.In this embarrassment two escape alter North-Viet Nam and,'eshews On the basis of its own grim ," we must sWl replace our V,

approved plans following generally parliamentary matters, of the all thought of a battlefield experience Paris believes we present unsuccessful policy. I
native formulas have been
the of the American Bar of late June of 1959 in proposed should now encourage our Not even the most.moonstruck
proposals handling bills and of the handlingof standoff. The French wish to
: (A) that we cease playing -
Havana he hour
gave me an clients seek Pentagon
South Viet Nam to spokesmen pretend \
Association for the filling of vice- the members what is left of their
who save own '
'
act on those for talk. A window of his office the war game accordingto contacts with their enemies any longer that it is succeedI '

presidential vacancies. bills. in the Ministry of pub- Communist rules and attack Indochina investment, exten- and start to parley while fight- '

lic Works building looked out guerrilla arsenals, communications sive South economic Viet Nam interests and Cambo-in ing. The French feel this There is only one other possibility I'I'mg.

Through the death of President No method of on a court yard. It was a and safe havens would offer the least terrible
r filling a vice-presi- and that is to and
dia. And convincedthat try
they are
jumble of trucks carts and abroad B) that
or, ( we negotiate -
; out of a hopeless morass
and the elevation of dential way *
Kennedy Lyndon is
vacancy ideal but the cur- men coming and going. The the neutralization of if we pursue present and maybe save something in dump the problem on the U.N.

Johnson from the vicepresidencyto rent proposal, which would permitthe picture was one of confusion."So South Viet Nam, and then policy the entire area will in- the wreckage. This would be extremely difficult I

the presidency such a vacancy president to name a vicepresident abandon it Washington'seems evitably communized. They Obviously this is not a happy to arrange and the inter- i
much to do, be said, also think if for-
we attempt
exists now. No constitutional amend- subject to approval by a major- "and so little to do with. to oppose formula. "a" as unacceptable mula "A", we will merely accelerate solution for Washington or national organization is already -

ment can be enacted in time to effect ity of the House and of the Senate to the Saigon regime the insuring Saigon. But it should at least short on manpower and
by -
There are bridges burnedout and the American peo process be considered and if neutral- Nevertheless of
this situation but a suitable is preferable to the present 'situa- Chinese occupation of money. one
rail and highway. There ple. ization of South Viet Nam is the U.N.'s purposes is to be
tion. \
method of filling future vacancies Even if this plan should North Viet Nam.
result And
are buildings damaged.
inevitable, we had better face dumping ground for insoluble
should be adopted as soon as possible. in the choice of a member roads." .He "Thereis
.. of grinned. FORMULA "B", generally the fact now while we have a questions and a face-saver for
: Congress, the man would be one one advantage," he said. associated with De Gaulle, as- PARIS DOESN'T pretendthat measure of control and might lost causes. Now would be the

chosen with some thought to hia executive "I know where most of the sumes the U.S. cannot imposea neutralizing South Viet influence its form. The next best time to involve the

: If anything should happen to ability. damage is." military solution in Viet Nam is agreeable or that it coup d'etat in Saigon may be U.N.-before Peking and its 'I

: President Johnson now, he would be MANUEL RAY had beenIn Nam and therefore must seekWHAT would automatically 'facilitate by neutralists.son satellites are members.

: succeeded by Speaker John McCor- The proposal also involves a planto charge of sabotage

mack, 72. As president pro tempore deal with presidential disability.A against the B a ista government '

: of the Senate, Carl Hayden (Dem., vice-president could take over on in Havana Province.' BARRY STILL HAS GOING FOR HIM .
He joined the resistance move-
Ariz.), 86, would be next in line until written permission from the presi. ment in 1957. It was not easy.

2 another speaker of the House was dent or with the support of the ma.. He was prosperous, well-

:. chosen. In the existing situation, jority of the cabinet if the presidentdid known. He was a major '
In Calif.
: the president would be succeeded by not acknowledge his disability.If Cuban success story. His Colors Change

: a man of his own 'party but this the president resisted the changea father had been a small
shopkeeper. His mother had
might not always be true under the two-thirds vote of both houses taught school. Young Ray

i present system of succession. would also be necessary. worked his way through the Sfoui'fork Sirnru Goldwater movement in the why he should nolle nom made a brave try of pretending -

j :1j 'i university. He became a project By ARTHUR KROCK National Republican Party inated. that the profile looked as I

The speaker and the Senate president There may be different ideas in engineer. He invented a WASHINGTON Should and by reducing to a boomletthe The timing of the statementin much like the Senator as any

pro tempore are not' chosen by Congress as to the exact safeguards new bridge building tech- Senator Goldwater lose the boom for Henry Cabot the last week before the active or receptive candidate.

:'I which should be nique and was awarded a Republican presidential preference Lodge it led directly to the California primary bore the the contrast with the real !
national vote but by the vote of provided in case of postgraduate at the Univer- in Californiato decision of the Lodge organization usual marks of political cal- jubilation of the anit-Gold-
such an assumption of of Utah. He returned. primary
their respective houses. They are power but sity Governor Rockefeller by in California to urge theAmbassador's culation. And, though Gold- water forces was unmistak-
Congress should He built the large Havana
\ act without to
delay supporters
chosen for different abilities than to remove the traffic tunnel. He constructed even a fairly close margin, it vote for Rockefeller. water and his supporters able.
uncertainty that
now the of
would temper impact
are required of a president. What is exists. office buildings, hotels,
= defeat his
roads. his on own pros-
: THEN CAME the blast of
f... _ _ _ pects for the nomination. Al- ON THE RIGHT
But life became intolerable so, it would preserve much of the statement issued by Gen- _
under Batista. There was eral Eisenhower in which his rt
his to influence the ma-
: terror, murder, oppression, power national description of the kind of pres-
i jor decisions of the
Voice of the People business and labor blackmail. party nomination. idential nominee he hoped the Now It's
would choose
The young engineer organizeda Goldwater would owe these Republicans resembled -

network of friends into an to the no active or recep-
important salvages pre-
'
I antiBatista began tive candidate less than it did
They -
On The Sun's Opinion Page= sabotage.group.In 1958 they forecast primary an sample emphatic polls victoryfor which Goldwater. In the few para- Hate CIA ? "

merged their efforts with graphs where the descriptionfitted
0 Opinions and cemnynts:! of Sun readers or. welcom. In the Vole of the People column. Letters Fidel Castro who had becomea Rockefeller, and to the the Arizona Senator it

.", must b. signed the writer' oddrell. ..." "V. withheld If requeltc1. A 'letter should symbol of opposition to preponderance of opposition to also fitted every other eligible. By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
I not exceed 500 words and must be written! on only of the his candidacy in the press.
: Sun paper Poetry cannot be used The Batista. One of the major iii bulk of the
the And the
: reserves right to reject any letter or to shorten It, without changing the writer' meaning or And such effects would be an para-,
Intent.
factors in Batista's defeat had graphs the General used
operation in reverse of the Comes now a book called that of them
been ,
Ray's organization. phrases in describing the Kind many require
:. Safety Rules clean even if you don't go Goldwater married successful political strategy "
a woman, of candidate the party should "The Invisible Government, great secrecy.
For Boaters along thinking.completely with his not money. CASTRO MADE the bril-, employed in behalf of John F. not choose that Republican and it turns out to be not a SECRECY. THE AUTHORSof
: (6.) From 1929 in West Virginia
until the beginning Kennedy
liant Ministerof
young engineer this book
opponents of Goldwater's nom- book by extreme right- do an incredible
EDITOR Sun Our class Perhaps Mr. Citizen in of his to the 1960 Democratic an V
: political careerin Public Works. He was in prior thing, and I that
there
ination had made familiar. pray ,
has been studying a unit*on addition to being afraid to the Senate in 1952 the this capacity when I talked presidential preference primary winger (as we have been being apparently no law which

Water Safety. We saw in the sign your name you may not .Senator directed the Gold- with him and others. there. He singled out for praise the taught to call them) complain will bring home ,to them' the

( May 19 issue a picture show- have the ability to seek out water department stores in Chief among the others was "dramatic leadership of the ing that this or that organi- disservice they have done to

ing several unsafe practices' which answers to these questions Phoenix. He served in the Air Felipe Pazos, an economistof BY REPRESENTATIONSthat Republican leadership in Con- zation actually runs the affairsof their country, some day their

of boating and skiing. you claim to be so Force during World War II repute. Castro made him the odds were against gress" for a draft of the equal the government; but a book consciences will speak to them

We have learned these safe- were weighty.of the I'm sure that if they as a pilot head of Communists who had him, Kennedy's victory be- rights bill which Goldwaterhas by a couple of Liberals (as we about the meaning of what

ty rules that the picture vio ance that Rockefeller slightest and import-his ((7.) During the years of the infiltrated into the Castro or- came the major psychologicalfactor announced he cannot vote have been taught to call them) they have done.In .

lates. cohorts would have i Senator's active participation ganization. But they pointedout of his eventual choiceas for. The,General cited the 1960 who complain that the invis- their effort to achieve a
1. When pulling a skier, two them. ra s e d in the operation of the stores, that the Communists had the nominee of the Los An- platform as a statement of the ible government in America is lurid sensationalism they

adults should be in the boat, I'd like to suggest that these the Goldwater stores intro- supported Batista until a few geles National Convention. principles on which the nomi- our intelligence complex, the have actually named 2& per-

one to drive and one to watch are not deeply hidden secrets duced profit sharing plans weeks before the Castro vic- Professional politicians still nee of 1964 should stand. Gold- ganglion of which is the Central sons who are CIA. agents in

I the skier. and a little diligence and research and provided life insurance, tory. recall that Robert F. Kennedy water is on record as opposedto Intelligence Agency. deep cover: men whose names
2. Do not stand and unbalance hospital, and surgical policies prepared the to' this at- several of its most fundamental The title of the book. I fear, mean absolutely nothing
way at
j on your part would
the boat. to employees. THERE WERE a numberof is a giveaway to the essential all to
tainment unchal- pledges. you, or to
quickly bring them to light. by leaving me, and who
3. All boaters should (8.) Senator Barry Gold- others interviewed. Many cynicism of the authors, a might
wear a Since you brought it up, I lenged a published report just as well, for the pur-
water does
not receive of had in the
life jacket plus. one extra in might say that since the Jews monies them fought that when his brother filed in GENERAL EISENHOWER judgment I make with con- poses of the book have been

the boat. seem to be able to get a buck'sworth from Arizona mining compa- mountains as guerillas. Some West Virginia, he had advised prescribed "loyal support to siderable regret since one of spoken about pseudonymously.
nies.
4. The safest life preserver is for a dollar spent it Even those who disagree had seen their families kill- against takin the risk. The the United Nations in its them was an old pal of minein The same is true of various
with the Senator's conservatism ed, their wives and daughters college days. But the thesis
the jacket type to keep the might be time for a real have professionals have always suspected peace keeping orserations. enterprises that are clandes-
'\ skiers head out of water in dyed-in-the-wool Jew.JOlL1I.l never impugnedhis mistreated by Batista soldiers that Robert Kennedyhad Goldwater recommends that the CIA is an invisible tinely backed by the CIA-

case of a serious accident. W. HASTINGS character personal life. and police. They all but wor- good reason to expect changes to restore the UN as government is so palpably they are, in the lingo of tht
4 As a final suggestion, may shiped Castro. They had faith absurd that one must conclude trade "
5. Children should sit in the 1021 N.E. 20th Ave. "a representative and "blown. It will
that President Kennedy would respon- no
I: submit that Mr. Citizen that he would help them builda
con that
the of the book doubt
,
center of the boat. sible in line purpose occur to the to
organization wags
the before he say
cern himself with the real issues free, decent country. By carry primary
notwithstanding its sanctimo- that
if
"
6. The driver should pay GoldwaterNo said this. with new realities. The General's a couple of enterprising
I and qualifications of the late 1959 or early 1960 they
nious pretensions, is simply to American
strict attention to the water journalists
The difference between the warning that there is can
candidates. If Mr., No-name had all been killed, imprisoned -
make
a little scandal, and find
Mystery out the
ahead. "no room for .impulsiveness"In identity of CIA
would disclose his identity, or had fled into 1960 West Virginia I and the make little
7. Ski ropes should be held by EDITOR, Sun: Dear "Citi- we will be happy to provide exile. Castro had betrayed 1964 California primary prospect the conduct of foreign policywas The a money. personnel and enterprises so
both hands. zen." There is nothing precisely the argument politically interesting can the Russians, and all that
mys- additional information. them. is. however, that Gold-
I any .
aspect of the book is that the is
We this family proven is that CIA
certainly hope terious about the Goldwaters! which Goldwater's opponentshave security
LESLIE C. ELLWOOD water is
now fully persuadedthat
(A week ago the writer CIA comes in for a full-fledged procedures
gets home safely. I to Mr. No-name offered are not as tight as
regret say, his defeat by the combi- as a major rea-
learned that a friend of those attack from writers whose interests they should be. Such
Water safety rules are important that your letter (Voice, May an obser-
a architect, his nation against him is prob lie not in
to all Floridians be- 31)) indicates a distrubing ig years young transparently vation is naive: Americans are
mother, father and sister have able. Hence his strategy has pressing the defensive war an
open people who
water in Win
touch all norance.To
cause sports
Pierre'sA all been killed.) In November become defensive to make against the Soviet Union, but ston Churchill's
phrase
I our lives. answer your questions. : 1959 Ray was dismissed by the most beneficial uses of adversity EgyptiansGave in discrediting an agency of indiscretion. thriveon
FIFTH GRADE ROOM 33 (1.) Michel Goldwasser, theSenator's ResidentOf But it is one
Castro because of protests And in view of the the government which is increasingly thing to reveal
the
Stephen Foster School grandfather, emigrated true
; (Editor's Note Although from Poland and arrived Where? against Communist participation consensus of the sample polls Him identified among identity of someone to an
1 .I : in the government. Two and of the large proportion of knowing people as the princi- American
reporter. It is
the boating photograph in California in 1852 (c) New York Times an-
you other moderate ministers also the which his pal gathering of know
noted was published in a local with his brother Joseph. The WASHINGTONPierre press opposes Lemon Juicec place other to reveal it to the

t bank ad, the picture was stag- Goldwaters brought no capital Salinger, who recently resigned were dismissed. nomination, these uses could ledgeable anti-Communists. the world at large. In the

ed and taken by a Son photo- only their talents for succeeding as the White House press be effectively made of a ( ) New York Times world at large there are Com
RAY FORMED an anti- finish in second CAIRO The recent decision I NEVER thought those
munists.
grapher. Your points are well in business by work. secretary, wrote an officer of strong placeto
the National dub Castro movement. Late in 1960 Rockefeller California. of Premier Khrushchev words would escape from The ostensible
Press here
taken and should be known by (2.) Baron Goldwater, the my thesis of the
ill boating enthusiasts.) Senator's father moved to the other day from California he left Cuba in a small fishing The shift of the forecasts of to give up volka proved typewriter, because I have not book is that Congress and the

Phoenix in 1895 and foundedthe where he is runningfor .boat to help coordinateexile the outcome of the California timely for his Egyptian visit in the past thought of the CIAas State Department should more

;, ,He's First Goldwater's departmentstore. the Democratic senatorial movements in the presidential primary that originally The Islamic politically non- an impressive antiCommunist closely control the activitiesof

I His industry and his nomination. United States. He encountered placed Goldwater aligned United Arab Republic organization. Whetherit the CIA. I believe the

t An American devotion to his business paid Salinger's opponents contended frustration on frustration. The in the lead has been attendedby frowns equally on American is more accurate to say that authors' is a phony concern.
: that he could not run Cuban movement has suffered bourbon, British scotch the CIA stands out only in refreshing Granted there are
EDITOR, Sun: "Heil Faceless off in profits. a sudden series of inimical grave prob-
for the Senate in California from a multiplicity of groups French champagne and Russian contrast to the for- lems
involved in
the
Man" who signs himself ((3.) Michel and his son, Baron developments which require a operationof
I Citizen in today's (May 31) were of the Jewish faith. when he was still a residentof and factions. There is much political miracle on his partto vodka. eign policy of the United a secret organization whose
a Virginia jealousy. Some did not like Guests at the state dinner States which .
County
(4.) Baron near during the past activities are outside the
letter to the Sun. Goldwater married overcome or to nullify in purview
but it turned Ray because he insisted muchof the Russian visitor by
I'm that much has Josephine Williams in 1907. Washington, out given few years has become so relaxed of the American people.
sure part by running a reasonably
the reform the
V that he could. begun by President Carnal Abdel Nasser -
to be about the But "The
Mrs. as go-go Invisible Govern-
been made to conceal his par- Baron Goldwater, who dose second.
"Dear Bill," his letter be- Castro government should be in Abdin Palace swore Communist I do not ment" is not
problem, a serious book
=. church affiliation came to Arizona because of
entage, organizations His first defeat, in the New
gan. "I have your letter of April continued. Others were 'eagerto that the glasses they raisedto venture to say. about a .serious problem oi
the activities of a respiratory illness of
or was
= Hampshire
primary
14 with regard to my seize power. was seven Khrushchev toasts The point is that preciselyour democracy but sensationalist
I the Christian V a -
his immediate family. Hiding faith. Barry status as a member of the Na- Ray is married. He is the more than canceled by a contained nothing more than determination to avoid a book by authors who
: behind the cowardly cloak of Morris Goldwater, born in steady acquisition of delegate
tional Press'Cluhi I am a non- father of five children. Reports lemon juice and sweetened hot enemies close to
war against our verge unpatriotism
anonimity it is' safe by innuendo 1909 was raised as an Epis- ,
blocs from number of laree
resident (in Washington) at have him secretly in a water. requires that we make diligent and whose target suggests, in
to snipe away. copalian. the moment, but as you knowI Cuba. Castro has a price onRay's states. Bit the result of the Russian sources said that efforts to defend ourselves in the shifting context of
So what! ,If his father was a (5.) In 1934, Barry Goldwater our
am trying to re-establish bead. The odds Oregon Republican primary
a Khrushchev at 70 bad givenup the cold war-that we conduct time, that that other invisible
Jew? If he was a full- fledged married Margaret Johnson in residence again. Why don't against him are enormous. bad a halting effect on the vodka in the interests of effective psychological government which controls
Jew what difference would it Grace Episcopal Church of you leave me in residence status If there is a chance to nrocession for two the
rally reasons: health but still sipped an warfare; maintain keen intelligence minds and the impulses of
make? It's Barry who is run- Muncie, Ind. Her father wasa for the next month and anti Castro so
Rockefeller's there
opposition Ray victory revitalized occasional glass of cham operations; and help many American liberals
ning for office an American founder and vicepresidentof let the has
voters decide for win do it. Much
hope andprayer his fading role as an pagne. Nasser never touches our friends fight back against marked the CIA as
a I
whose rceord to, date is major
Borg-Warner ? Pierre.
Corp. Barry me
with him.
: V V goes effective leader of. the Stop alcoholic"beverages. the, Communists, by meaas. targetofattack.

.' V : I

1"- J
rt'i:

... Mi
,
.
rf' r -- .-- .' V V ,.... ", .

,,- _V V ....V 0._,6.-":"" : ;:!.0 :...q""' ._...,__ r. ., iln



.---. -- : ---y---- .- -. -.. --- -- ------ --.--. ---- - .
: --
--
: '' ,_ -. --- -
'--/V - -
--- -- "'
'r- -
---z ---w---
r ; :. : -"""; -

_

I
F .

t: i

1 1'I


:.4Goinesville .Sun Tuesaay,-JuneFlorida's 'uea : j I
" -- were sightseeing in the University -will be held at the home of nee; Friday, June 5, Rev. i

NEWS City yesterday. Mrs. J. Littles, of 512 N.W. 5th ]Brown and his congregations I I
COLORED Frank Jackson flew yesterdayto Avenue, on June 12 at 8 p.m. J from St. John and Adamsville 1

r New York'City where he will Levi Mathis, president; Mrs. 1 will also conduct a joint ser-

\ <&afntsuille Sun '-" be employed as cook in a hotel. Crawford, secretary. 1 vice. J

B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor i Miss Jane Williams, of Tam. Sunday June 7, Sunday
.
pa, whose visit here for the past School with the superintendent I
DAYTONA BEACH NEWS for the Vacation Bible School HAWTHORNE NEWS : "
week has been pleasant, was and
teachers in
charge, 9:30 a.
Methodist ConferenceThe will be held at the Mt. Camel The Baptist Training Union :;
flown her home
to ye'sterday.
i m.; devotional services. Deacon ;
Church at 8
JOHN R. HARRISON President and Baptist today p.m. of the Galilee Baptist Churchis
Dell
of the The Rev. Damon ,
Annual Conference pas Goshan and Mrs. Living-
.. frDblibtrs PAT COWLES. Tie rrcstdcmti All instructors are urged to sponsoring a panel discus : !
Methodist Church begins tomor- tor of Bartley Temple Methodist stan 11 (
ED JOHNSOX. Vita PresidentAd be present a.m.; and sermon, 1 '
I' :. ExecBttT Editori W. C. BUI) row at 9 ajn. at the Bethune- Church, is leaving for the sion Sunday, June 7, at 5:30 ;Mrs. Shade; dinner will be ser

I Beautiful EBEKSOLE. Vie Preside and Advertising Cookman College at Daytona Annual Conference of the Methodist -p.m. at the church" entitled :ved. 1:30 p.m.; Rev. R.B. Ga- ..t
*,1j Direct. BOB TABTAG- Beach and lasts to Sunday PERSONALS Church which begins tomorrow "Decisions Ahead.
I 'University City' Circulation ; I dey and his congregation from }
LIONE. Vie I t Md _
: Mrs. Mamie teacherin at Bethune-Cook man The panelists are: Mrs. A.M
morning.The Kelsey Allen
: Manager. Chapel Church, Williston, II ;
-- Rev. W. M. Ferguson, Williams Elementary School, College at Daytona Beach. Madison a graduate from the :will conduct a joint service, 3 ,

E, THE SUN'S POLICY pastor of Mount Pleasant Meth- left recently for Bethune-Cook- Florida A. and M. Universityand pm.; and devotional services i!
odist Church, is leaving to at- man College at Daytona Beach also the University of Pen- '!
-
Mrs. t
Marie
in the columns. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt Mongeon sermon, ,
and news
1. Report the news fully impartially ;
= Mrs. A. G. Moffett
tend the conference where her daughter, Miss Flora nsylvania; ,
$ : 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. Cannel BaptistTherewill Mrs. Bostan; and paper Mrs. : :

r f.). ._:: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Jean the graduating Kelsey, is class.a member- of be mid-week Meditation a and graduate M. University from ;Florida Mrs. Idella A. Rosh Tyson, 6:30: p.m. ; !

I AILING AT HOME Services today, 7:30 p.- m.; The officers are: Mrs. Tyson
Sun's All Departments-372-8441 attended Florida Mem-
The telephones: Miss Mae Edith Carter, of Parker, \
Mrs. Annie L. Wilson, of 630 Youth Forum tomorrow, 7:30 Clark, Mrs. Harris Mrs. Dor-
Want Ads-376-4672 N. W. 8th Street, recently returned orial College, Hensel Maxcy,
both Choirs No .
E member and also % Younhg. Mrs. C.M. Hamilton
N. W. 12th Terrace, a from Lane College, p.m. attended Florida A. and M I I
of the Pallbearers' Lodge No. 1 and 2 will have their'rehearsal acting pastor.
Jackson Tenn. where she is
University; Joseph Williams a
: 113, is ailing at her home. Mrs.F. 8 pjn.; and Teachers'Meeting
President a student graduate from Don Vocational
Vice
f Choosing a Thursday, 7:30 p.m.;
: D. Shannon
reporter.
Mrs. Helen James, of Jack- and also Business Meeting, 8 School; and Rev. B.C. Clinton, BELL NURSERYThe

: Senate Judiciary Committee important in their choice is their sonville, is visiting here with p.m., and also both Choirs Nos. pastor. Bell Nursery School will
The
her sister, Mrs. Carrie Gilbert, This to be a have child '
has their knowledgeof BAPTIST SPEAKER tor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, re promises very a are summer ses r:
_' on Constitutional Amendments legislative ability Mrs. Corine Watts, state pro for two weeks. porter. inspirational and also educational sion. All interested parents

: approved plans following generallythe parliamentary matters, of the motion secretary of the ML Sin- Miss Mary: Ellis and Miss Annie Church of God in Christ- program. might register their children i

proposals of the American Bar handling of bills and of the handlingof ia District Association, was the M. Jones, both of Tampa, Church School 10 a.m.; morning June 4 and 5 from 8:30: a. m.

... Association for the fillirof vice- the members who act on those principal speaker at the Friend were guests of Miss Jones'' relatives worship, 12 noon; Young CHIEFLAND NEWS to 4:30: p.m. .'

vacancies. bills. ship Baptist Church recently on here yesterday. People's Willing Workers' 11th Anniversary Set The registration fee Is 50 ,J]

: presidential the theme, "The Progress of- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Beach Meeting, 7 pjn.; and evening The 11th anniversary of the ,cents per family. For further \H

the Association." and son, Jim, all of Atlanta worship, 8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams -Prayer Band No. 2 of the Mt. information, call FR 2-3838 or J"*
: Through the death of President No method of filling a vice-presi- There were 10 churches rep- Ga., arrived here yesterdayon pastor. Pleasant Baptist Church begins FR 65279.LAYMAN'S.

: Kennedy and the elevation of Lyndon dential vacancy is ideal but the cur- resented. The junior choirs of a two-week vacation with Greater Ft. Clark BaptistThe June 3 and lasts to June 7 with 'J!
i
:T Johnson from the vice-presidency rent proposal, which would permitthe the churches conducted the song relatives and friends. choir will have its rehear- Rev. C. H. Hamilton, pastor,
service. Mrs. Pearlie L. Scott, Frank Wilson, of Tampa, PROGRAMThe
such president to name a vicepresident sal tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. Sunday president.The :
to the presidency a vacancy Gainesville of :
: passed through yesterday Laymen's Department ; '
reporter. School, 10 a.m.; morning schedule of services is '
: exists now. No constitutional amend- subject to approval by a major- en route to Jacksonville.Mr. Spring Hill Baptist Church is -,:
worship, 11 ajn.; and preach as follows: Wednesday, June 3, "
ment can be enacted in time to effect ity of the House and of the Senate, PROGRAM PLANNED and Mrs. Albert Williamsand ing, communion 3 p.m. Rev. at 8 Rev. LeRoy Thompson sponsoring a literary extravaganza '

this situation but a suitable is preferable to the present situa There will be a program at daughter, Helen, all of New W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. May-, pastor p.m. and his congrega on Friday, June 5, at i ,

method of filling future vacancies tion. Even if this plan should result the Mt. Herman Baptist Church York, N. Y., who have been ola Chatman, reporter. tion and Prayer Band No. 1 8* p.m. at the church .;
Women's visiting here for the past two The is invited.
June 7 in behalf of the public
Z should be adopted as soon as pos- in the choice of a member of Home Mission. weeks, left yesterday for their will conduct a joint service; -

I : sible. Congress, the man would be one home. BOARD MEETINGThe Thursday, June 4, at 8 p. m. I

chosen with some thought to his executive NOTICE Miss Martha Oliver and Miss Board Meeting of the Rev. Jackson and his congre- TALLAHASSEE NEWS I
Jackson both of Ocala, Johnson Chapel Baptist Churchson I gation will conduct a oint sere Annual State Conference \
.! Z If anything should happen 'to ability. The first preparation meeting Nancy The annual State Conference ;

: President Johnson now, he would be for Teachers of Vocational Ag-

f : succeeded by 'Speaker John McCor-: The proposal also involves a planto riculture will be held at the '1

: mack, 72. As president pro tempore deal with presidential disability. WHAT ,BARRY STILL HAS GOING FOR HIM Florida A. and M. UniversityJuly

of the Senate, Carl Hayden (Dem., A vice-president could take over on 20 24, with L. A. Mar- !
shall director.
Ariz.), 86, would be next in line until written permission from the presi- Purpose as of the conference iso I

another speaker of the House was dent or with the support of the ma- ., promote technical and professional "

: chosen. In the existing situation, jority of the cabinet if the presidentdid Colors Change In Calif. improvement of vocation I

: the president would be succeeded by not acknowledge his disability.If l agriculture teachers in \

the president resisted the changea service.A .
: a man of his own party but this
major portion of the time
i : might not always be, true under the two-thirds vote of both houses Goldwater movement in the why he should not be nom- made a brave try of pretend in the conference will be devotedto

: present system of succession. would also be necessary. Sfow \ orfe Stmra National Republican Party inated. ing that the profile looked as consideration of techniques

By ARTHUR KROCK and by reducing to a boomlet The timing of the statementin much like the Senator as any and methods of improving Instructions -

: The speaker and the Senate president There may be different ideas in WASHINGTON Should the boom for Henry Cabot the last week before the active or receptive candidate, consideration of individual

: chosen Congress as to the exact safeguards Senator Goldwater lose the Lodge it led directly to the California primary bore the the contrast with the real problems of vocational
not by
I pro tempore are Republican presidential pref- of the anit-Gold- teachers, c o m m ittee assign
which should be provided in case of decision of the Lodge organization usual marks of political cal- jubilation
: national vote but by the vote of erence primary in California ments and
reports.
such an assumption of power but to Governor Rockefeller by in California to urge the culation. And, though Gold- water forces was unmistakable. -
their respective houses. They are Ambassador's supporters to water and his supporters -
: Congress should act without delayto even a fairly close margin. it

1 i = chosen for different abilities than remove the uncertainty that now would temper the impact of vote for Rockefeller. NOTICE
The S. Marion Weeks Club of
of president. What is exists. his defeat on his own prospects -
= are required a THEN CAME the blast of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist
the nomination. Also -ONTHERIGHT
for
II of ,the statement issued by Gen- = Church will meet at the homeof
much
it would preserve eral Eisenhower in which his Charles S. Chestnut Sr,

his power to influence the ma- description of the kind of pres- Tuesday, June 2, a"t 8 p.m. Mrs.
I jor decisions of the national idential nominee he hoped the Now It's Altemese Johnson, president.
Voice of the party nomination.
PeopleOn Goldwater would owe these Republicans would choose resembled '':i
no active or recep- NOTE OF THANKSAt
I important salvages,to the pre- tive candidate less than it did the "Five Point Tea" that
primary sample polls which ; Hate CIA ?
Goldwater. In the few para was recently held Mrs. Florie
The Sun's
Opinion Page forecast an emphatic victoryfor
= graphs where the descriptionfitted DeBose was crowned "Five
and to the
Rockefeller, the Arizona Senator it Point Queen for a Year."
: Opinions end comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice cf the People column. Letters preponderance of opposition to other eligible. By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. She wishes to thank friends
also fitted
: must be signed end bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should in the every
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The his candidacy press. And in the bulk of the para- j for their cooperation.
Sun reserves the right to reiect any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or And such effects would be an graphs the General used
: intent. operation in reverse of the Comes now a book called that, many of them require
I phrases in describing the kind
E Safety Rules clean even if you don't go Goldwater married a woman, successful political strategy of candidate the party should "The Invisible Government" great secrecy. .
along completely with his not money. employed in behalf of John F. not choose that Republican and it turns out to be not a SECRECY. THE AUTHORSof .

: For Boaters thinking. (6.) From 1929 until the be- Kennedy in West Virginia opponents of Goldwater's nom- book by an extreme right- this book do an incredible France's

: EDITOR, Sun: Our class Perhaps Mr. Citizen in ginning of his political careerin prior to the 1960 Democratic ination had made familiar.He winger (as we have been thing and I pray that law,which there
being apparently no
$ 2 has been studying a unit on' addition to being afraid to the Senate in 1952 the presidential there. preference primary singled out for praise the taught to call them) complain will bring home to them the Retroactive
sign your name you may not Senator directed the Gold-
: Water Safety. We saw in the have "dramatic leadership of the ing that this or that organization disservice they have done to
the to seek
ability out water department stores in
: May 19 issue a picture show- answers to these questions Phoenix. He served in the; Air BY REPRESENTATIO Republican leadership in Con actually runs the affairsof their country, some day their Benefits

: ing several unsafe practices which you claim to be so Force during World War II that the odds were againsthim gress" for a draft of the equal the government; but a book consciences will speak to them

of boating and skiing. weighty. I'm sure that if they as a pilot. Kennedy's victory be- rights bill which Goldwaterhas by a couple of Liberals (as we about the meaning of what 2JPATHS UnrIt 'iutt1J
: We have learned these safe- announced he cannot vote have been taught to call them) they have done.In It nice
were of the slightest import- ((7.) During the years of the came the major psychologicalfactor was a try
: ty rules that the picture vio- ance that Rockefeller and his Senator's active participationin of his eventual choiceas for. The General cited the 1960 who complain that the invis- their effort to achieve a anyway.

: lates. cohorts would have ra i sed the operation of the stores the nominee of the Los Angeles platform as a statement of the ible government in America is lurid sensationalism they Robert T r e m o llieres, a j
=- 1. When pulling a skier, two them. the Goldwater stores introduced National Convention. principles on which the nomi- our intelligence complex, the have actually named 26 per- Gaullist deputy, recently put

adults should be in the boat, I'd like to suggest that these profit sharing plans Professional politicians still nee of 1964 should stand. Gold- ganglion of which is the Central sons who are CIA agents in in a bid to increase the yearly

I : one to drive and one to watch are not deeply hidden secrets and provided life insurance, recall that Robert F. Kennedy water is on record as opposedto Intelligence Agency. deep cover men whose names payment to descendants of

the skier. and a little diligence and research hospital, and surgical policies the to this attainment several of its most funda- The title of the book I fear mean absolutely nothing at those who died fighting for
2. Do not stand and unbalance on your part would to employees. prepared way leaving unchal- mental pledges. is a giveaway- to the essential all to you, or to me, and who France at the battle of Aus-

the boat. quickly bring them to light. (8.) Senator Barry Gold- by cynicism of the authors, a might just as well for the pur- terlitz in 1805. At the time

3. All boaters should wear a Since you brought it up, I water does not receive monies lenged when a his published brother filed report in GENERAL EISENHOWER judgment I make with con- poses of the book, have been Napoleon decreed that the

I_ life jacket plus one extra in might say that since the Jews from Arizona mining compa- that, he had advised prescribed "loyal support to siderable Iegret: since one of spoken about pseudonymously.The first born of these battle heroes
West Virginia,
I the boat. seem to be able to get a buck's nies. Even those who disagreewith the United Nations in its them was an old pal of minein same is true of various and their descendants
the risk. The
\ 4. The safest life preserver is worth for a dollar spent it the Senator's conservatism against taking keeping operations." college days. But the thesis enterprises that are clandestinely should receive about five
the jacket type to keep the might be time for a real have never impugnedhis professionals have always suspected peace Goldwater recommends that the CIA is an invisible backed by the CIA- francs a year to help them
skiers head out of water in dyed-in-the-wool Jew. character life. that Robert Kennedyhad government is so palpably they are, in the lingo of the< grow up.
or personal changes to restore the UN as
.' case of a serious accident. JOHN W. HASTINGS As a final suggestion, mayI good reason to expect "a representative and responsible absurd that one must concludethat trade, "blown." It will no It stayed at five francs ever -

: 5. Children should sit in the 1021 N.E. 20th Ave. submit that Mr. Citizen con- that President Kennedy would organization in line the purpose of the book doubt occur to the wags to say since, despite France's financial I.

center of the boat. cern himself with the real issues carry the primary before he with new realities." The Gen- notwithstanding its sanctimonious that if a couple of enterprising vicissitudes. Tremol-

6. The driver should pay GoldwaterNo and qualifications of the said this. that there is pretensions, is simply to American journalists can lie res pointed out that five
.. strict attention to the water candidates. If Mr. No-name The difference between the eral's warning for make a little scandal and fmd out the identity of CIA francs, now the equivalent of

f ahead. MysteryEDITOR would disclose his identity, 1960 West Virginia'and the "no the room conduct of impulsiveness"in foreign policy make a little money. personnel and enterprises, so about a dollar, was hardly

7. Ski ropes should be held by Sun: Dear "Citi- we will be happy to provideany 1964 California primary pros- the The politically interesting can the Russians, and all that enough to raise the 60 young
i both hands. zen." There is nothing mysterious additional information. pect is, however, that Gold- was precisely argument aspect of the book is that the is proven is that CIA security Frenchmen who today have

: We certainly hope this family about the Goldwaters! LESLIE C. ELLWOOD water is now fully persuadedthat which Goldwater's opponentshave CIA comes in for a full-fledged procedures are not as tight as the right to the money.In .

.. gets home safely. I regret to say Mr. No-name, his defeat by the combi- offered as a major rea- attack from writers whose interests they should be. Such an observation Napoleonic times, the

: Water safety rules are important that your letter (Voice. May nation against him is prob transparently lie not in is naive: Americans are money represented about 100

I I : to all Floridians because 31)) indicates a distrubing ig able. Hence his strategy has pressing the defensive war an open people who, in Winston times today's value.
I .: water sports touch all norance. Pierre'sA become defensive to make against the Soviet Union, but Churchill's phrase, thriveon Valery Giscard d'Estaing.

I = our lives. To answer: your questions: the most beneficial uses of adversity EgyptiansGave in discrediting an.agency of indiscretion. But it is one the finance minister, has just

I FIFTH GRADE ROOM 33 ((1.) Michel Goldwasser, the ResidentOf And, in view of the the government which is increasingly thing to reveal the true answered Tremollieres. The

: Stephen Foster School Senator's grandfather, emi- consensus of the sample polls Him identified among identity of someone to an payment is purely "honorific" -
Where?
(Editor's Note: Although grated from Poland and arrived and of the large proportion of knowing people as the princi- American reporter. It is an- he said, and obviouslynot
p :: ( ) New York Times pal gathering place of know- other to reveal it to the
c
\ the boating photograph you in California in 1852 the press which opposes his Lemon Juicec a living allowance.
; with his brother WASHINGTONPierre ledgeable antiCommunists.I the world at large. In the
noted was published in a local Joseph. The nomination, these uses could
:
t ": :bank ad. the picture was staged Goldwaters brought no capital Salinger, who recently resigned ,be effectively made of a ( ) New York Times world at large there are Communists. What's TenureTo

-i = and taken by a Son photo- only their talents for succeeding as the White House press strong finish in second placeto CAIRO The recent decision NEVER thought those .
secretary, wrote an officer of words would from The ostensible thesis of the
_grapher. Your points are well in business by work. Rockefeller in California.The of Premier Khrushchev escape my
t =taken and should be known by (2.) Baron Goldwater theSenator's the National Press dub here shift of the forecasts of to give up volka proved typewriter, because I have not book is that Congress and the a Defective
Jt, the other day from California in the thought of the CIA State Department should more
t all boating enthusiasts.) father, moved to the outcome of the California timely for his Egyptian visit past
; : Phoenix in 1895 and foundedthe where he is running The islamic, politically non- as an impressive antiCommunist closely control the activitiesof TRENTON, N. J. (AP) Superior
t t = He's First Goldwater's departmentstore. for the Democratic senatorial presidential primary Goldwater that originally far aligned United Arab Republic organization. Whetherit the CIA. I believe the > Court Judge Frank J.

His industry and his nomination. placed frowns equally on American is more accurate to say that authors' is a phony concern. Kingfield found judicial tenures
= An American devotion to his business paid Salinger's opponents contended -' in the lead has been attended bourbon British scotch, the CIA stands out only in refreshing Granted there are grave problems s no protection against a defective -
that he could not run by a sudden series of inimical to the for- involved in the swivel chair.
contrast He
"Hell Faceless off in profits. French champagne and Russian operationof was momentarily -
:
EDITOR Sun: -
for the Senate in California which
Man" who signs himself (3.) Michel and his son Ba- developments require a vodka. eign policy of the United a secret organization whose dumped from thebench
when he still residentof
4 :_ in today's (May 31) ron, were of the Jewish faith. was a political miracle on his partto Guests at the :state dinner States which during the past activities are outside the purview during a trial Monday.
iv Citizen a Virginia County ear to in
overcome or nullify few has become so relaxed of the American people. Kbgwield was presiding ovei
:letter to the Sun. (4.) Baron Goldwater married Washington but it turned out given the Russian visitor by years
I'm sure that much has Josephine Williams in 1907. that he could. part by running a reasonablyclose President Gamal Abdel Nasser as to be go-go about the But "The Invisible Govern- a i condemnation suit when he
second. Communist I do not ment" is not a serious book suddenly sank from view behind
problem
: made to conceal his parentage Mrs. Baron Goldwater who "Dear Bill," his letter be- in Abdin Palace swore -
been His first defeat, in the New venture'to about a serious problem of the bench.
church affiliation organizations came to Arizona because of "I have letter of April that the glasses they raisedto say.
: or the activities of a respiratory illness, was of gan.14 with your regard to Hampshire primary, was seven Khrushchev toasts The point is that preciselyour democracy, but a sensationalist Spectators rushed to his 'aid.

immediate family. Hiding the Christian faith. Barry status as a member of the National my- more than canceled by a contained nothing more than determination to avoid a book by authors who "I'm sorry to interrupt you"

behind his the cowardly cloak of Morris Goldwater, born in Press Club. I am a nonresident steady acquisition of delegate lemon juice and sweetened hot war against our enemies verge close to unpatriotism, Kingfield told a lawyer who had

." =anonlmity it is safe by innuendo 1909 was raised as an Epis- (in Washington) at blocs from a number of large water. requires that we make diligent and whose target suggests, in been making an opening state-

.. to snipe away. copalian. the moment, but as you knowI states. But the. result of the Russian sources said that efforts to defend ourselves in the shifting context of our ment.

Lt So what! If his father was a (5.) In 1934, Barry Goldwater am trying to re-establish a Oregon Republican primaryhad Khrushchev at 70 had givenup the cold war-that we con- time that that other invisible "This is the first time this

Jew? H he was a foil fledged married Margaret Johnson in residence again. Why don't a halting effect on the vodka in the interests of duct effective psychological government which controls the has happened," he said lookingat
r .Jew what difference would it Grace Episcopal Church of you leave me in residence sta. procession for two reasons: health but still sipped an warfare; maintain keen intelligence minds and the impulses of so pieces of the chair that had

::make It's Barry who Is running Muncie, Ind. Her father wasa tus for the next month and Rockefeller's victory there revitalized occasional glass of cham operations: and help many American Liberals has collapsed under him.

: for office an Ameri"caa founder and vice-president let the voters decide for his fading role as an pagne. Nasser never touches our friends fight back againstthe marked the CIA as a major The trial resumed alter another

I -" whose rceordIliik to date is of Borg-Warner Corp. Barry me? Pierre." effective leader of the Stop- alcoholic beverages. Communists by means target of attack. chair was obtained.
.. -
0" .


:
.., ,
;.<: : -: --
...; -



iTqRM'8 "-t' 0'.J. .
v., -NLLps.yNr'' _


;, ?I:

I I. gIn

Tuesday, June 2, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

The I Romania Wins Trade Pledge From U. S. ', / : I

......." Be Patient Today itNot '

i WASHINGTON (AP-Armed chases of industrial equipmentin they can get. vides that the legations In considerable political signifi- A Patient it*
CapitolWASHINGTON with a new U.S. trade policy the United States and West- U.S. officials said the credit Washington and Bucharest will cance to it.
,pledge, Communist Romania ern Europe amounting to pos' issue is still unresolved and will be elevated to embassies. Wil- In effect the United States has TomorrowHAVE :
hopes to buy large quantities of sibly $150 million. I.require a decision by President liam A. Crawford, U.S. ministerto taken the position that since :
(AP-In the ,American industrial equipmentsoon How much of this will be Johnson. However they expect Romania, is expected to be Romania has shown growing In-
news from Washington: probably including two bought in the United States under -Johnson will decide it is in the given the new ambassadorial dependence of Moscow and has YOUR CAR INSPECTED AT A
RE-ENTRY: The National I Ir. big nuclear power plants. I a government agreement I U.S. interest to have the Ex- pot. chosen to engage in industrial/I "SAFETY CIRCLE" STATION
r. .,I Aeronautics and Space AdminIstration The Bucharest government, announced Monday will dependon port-Import Bank guarantee American officials said the expansion against Soviet advice,
i M says the huge Saturn-1 which has rejected Soviet economic what kind of deals the Romanians five-year credits for Romania. agreement will definitely mean the United States is prepared to I, 7tI ,
Apollo satellite combination reentered I: domination, is reportedto can make with manu- The new pact negotiated during -more export business for this help the Romanians with their I 22 E. UNIV. AVE. 376-7591
'I I the atmosphere and j have a shopping list for pur facturers and the credit terms the past two weeks also pro- country but they also attached expansion. i j
si, burned up on its 50th orbit. 'L --____ .4
: It also disclosed that motion I I (nII( Illtlll t I {
'J, picture! film ejected from th'I
,' '! Saturn launch vehicle,after lift- I I 1.I Ii.
: off May 28 showed that one of HURRY HURRY
!
'i I its eight engines shut down 24 I I II

r ,seconds; early. I I II
J The spacecraft's performancewas I
so close to the expected,
"NASA said Monday, that it was
I l' 7notuntil, the film had been re-
I I LAST DAY
f f I covered and analyzed that the BIG
; engine difficulty was determined iii
j '( definitely.
,. f The 80-foot-long 37,300poundsatellite
I an unmanned version .
t "of the Apollo> moonship with the ''i'' QUALITY of ourSIDEWALK
. 'burnt-out second stage attached I
re-entered the earth's atmosphere I O
' at 7:30: p.m. EST Sunday.
i 1 The satellite was launched from I

Cape, Kennedy, Fla., at 12:08 SALE
p.m. May 28.
II I
AID: Six Republican congressmen i
!
;. say increased aid for SOME PRICES
South Viet Nam could be taken
BELOW DEALER
from money now being spent in
1 COST No Dealers Please!
wealthy industrialized nations. Nationally' Famous 4,000 BTU
The six presented their views
BTU's
i Monday in a minority report AIR CONDITIONERSand 17,000
filed with the House Foreign Af- '
.t{ r Wml' 14,000 BTU
s
fairs Comittee on the $3.5-bil-
lion foreign aid bill. 1964 Models' in Cartons
They cited refund claims totaling : 218
$97 '
more than $24 million $
'j which remain uncollected onJ 19 8
f foreign aid monies the United I (Carloads I d [ i All crated units, with multi-speed
-j States claims were wrongly I : fans, automatic thermostat Slide-
i spent by recipients. : Permanent washable filter out chassis e 3 speeds e Zinc Coated
They also noted that no spe- Thermostats Cabinet
'f'' cific amount has been allocated brand Single switch control NEMA rated to cool up to 1200 Adj.I Grills Slide outChassis
!',' for South Viet Nam of the $1,- of fop name square feet Vent Control
J'' 035,000,000 provided in the bill
. t' for military aid. They said that I 1
$53 million designated for "three 1 6,300 BTU's
*J fully economically viable coun 25,000 BTU's 30,000 BTU'sAll

tries'-Denmark, Norway and : ), /a Carton*
Japan-w\&& itt> S 1b Viet Oalf 10 4

*, Warn.The six Republicans are Reps. 288 $349

I E. Ross Adair, Indiana; H. R. JUST FOR -
Gross Iowa; E. Y. Berry, South PURCHASED $1 138

t. Dakota; Edward J. Derwinskl/ EVENT! NEMA rated. Cools up to 1750 All crated 1964 models, with slide-
Illinois James F. Battin, Mon-
tana; and; Vernon W. Thomson THIS 2-speed square feet! Has multi-speed fan out chassis multi-speed fan, auto-
and
Thermostat automatic thermostat matic thermostat
Wisconsin. Adj. Grills All crated 1964 models with slide NEMA rated. Cools up to -2000
INDIA-ARMS: U.S. authori- ,
out chassis!
feet!
-" square
=- Vent Control
ties have delayed final decisionson =LTi --
a government of India request 1-
for $550 million in military -
next FAMOUS NAME
j assistance over the
I I five years.
', Officials indicated Monday =:
1 COOLS SEVERAL ROOMS
> that the decisions which were ,
1 near at the time of Prime Min --
ister Nehru's death last week S ;:::=: ==welt= ( 5 3-SPEED POWERFUL
=
=
=
must now await a shakedown )11-_--... ,....= --.. ---_-
period for his successor Lal Bran Name __..
1
= ;
famous ,- BTU
:a Bahadur Shastri. rert Also r --l-I--- 20,000
rtiti c BTU 5 .
I frrE 1UUVW .tittlrrrttrtiti.
.... ;
---
Y.iu -
I EducationLagilitBy -==- Operates on 11U =====r.arrr

I = AH Deluxe Features A=====r= AIR CONDITIONERS

rrsr .rr

I I====-| '" J====-=-- 88 I
$
Smatliers vr-..r- .-. ''b9"I j-r--rrrrr --_--
stssr
: ,rrr -o-
os.a i
FT. MYERS, Fla. Senator =rrr- == _-Jr=r --=== No Money
George Smathers in a speech --== _-'p__-===-=sr.v-= I' 2 4 8 Down on

t Sunday system warned of that the U.S.the educational is not-I ==-- -=, =======E====t-= : J. M. Fields

expanding as it must to "take S ram==_=rEEr=rrr- I Easy

eration up the of slack indifference.created by a gen-, t'',, raestar cr_=== r Payment Plan

The Florida Democrat, speaking .
I at the commencement ex- ALL CRATED 1964 MODELS!
ercises of the Edison Junior
,
College challenged the peopleof NEMA rated Air exchange exhausts
Florida and the United States a
..to increased efforts in the edu SAVE AT All deluxe features stale airZincclod

:cation of our young people def J cabinetlasts
f daring that "far too few of LOW, Fits flush in window
our finest high school graduates I THESE Thermostat controlled up to 4 times
ever see the inside of a col RICES. I longer than untreated
P
lege. LOW Slide out chassisQuiet cabonets'
*TheU. S.: Office of Education VERY FAMOUS BRAND

estimates' that some 200-, unusually All welded chassis
i 000 students in the top third of AIR CONDITIONERS
their high school graduating 9300 BTU's low sound level Washable filters
class annually fail to continue

their education in college. This Wcra"QhTe'Uters nermostatcontrol 5-year warranty covers entire unit for 1 year;
t is of the problemsthat
one America faces many in attemptIng Ventllattoecont ,l RUIt{.sJstClntcabin.t covers the sealed system for an additional 4 years.

to raise the educational level All wetted choiils .s.yearwarronfy All Prices F.O.B.. Warehouse

of its people. We must pro-
,
vide the quality of training that

demands an age of,"space Smathers and technology emphasized. 5159 LAST DAY TODAY FOR THE GREATEST SAVINGS EVER

f .
J Smathers emphasized the fact BRILLIANT INCOMPARABLE
that the Congress and the States I THE BIGGEST BUY HANDSOME
have, generally speaking, been, COLOR TV
substantial in
making progress
the past few years in meetingthe I IN TV 16" PORTABLE
.
educational challenges of the
latter half of the Twentieth Cen I

tury. '
h 5
"The Florida Legislature in 1
j -J
Its last session, earmarked 73 :
.I per cent of its increased appropriations I I [ '
for educational pur 1 1I 198
I poses. I am happy to report that I If .
the Congress is equally anxiousto sz
raise the level of education.
"All of this is fine. But, there $59900
/ still to do.
remains much $ Regular
9820 WHAT A COMBO!
i Good CLEAN Cabs $135 All channel reception Electronic Color Balancing
GAINESVILLEDIAMOND Not just a 23" TV' Console- but an entire home theatre. High precision craftsmanship 24,000 Volts of power
This magnificent Color TV bri the very finest In color, reception
I Do you want radio+ ? You've got it! Do'you want to play --- .. purity of sound and exquisite cabinet work. Let's talk deal on your
records? You've got it, in full stereo 'Do you want TV? No place no where end at no,time has anyone else I / present TV act We'll make you a most liberal trade-in offer. It may
You've got ,it. in one cabinet.. tver offered the equal of this high quality 16 inch Port- serve as your down payment with the balance on very easy. terms.
able TV at this unbelievably low price. LONGEST IRONCLAD GUARANTEE
!
j' CAB #

j Acrti From Gre>hound
) : Bui St tiS A.M.-9 P.M.-SUN._ NuuN -'7 P.M. QUALITY ,DISCOUNTS"

I Call W 372-3376 4 K Avenue L.- --- ACRES FREE PARKKING 1Q/d The velwe enti Irve fwaranteedALWAYS. vteeivref I tF.et teak'savings ire yew;sst.w.t..7:

fAY cr MIGHT N. AT 23rd Krd.-PHONE 137 -8297 EVERY DAY

II .:....,-.1 ..;.;:;'..:.. ___.....,.,., ;0;. ";;", .

.
t


-.. -: T-: -:- :: __ .:' "1'H::
I 1 ..
'n
= -= I! = : -,.:: c = A :-:-" .r-= =-..::::zr'"q -



i., -- -., "' ,, '"!_. ;:l,!!,, '" _; ;JoF-. .,. I "-1'1!". '>.' .,'r"' ., .... !.l:. : ... --- - -? :' -...' ...ti- -: .w .-.-_- .. -: : I? -_ "..., '"i. T ..


I I


II
.
S Gainesville Sun June 2 1964'
I. Tuesday ,
_


Iii} Dinner., Honors Harrells III 0 mEn I Garden Club Gives Av/ards I ,


.
.
"'"
Honoring Dr. and Mrs. George I I
:
( Harrell, a suprise dinner was e

given Friday evening' at the DID) THEffldiiiy 4sLJ

of home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R.

Woodward by the Executive 4r

J Committee of the University of f ,wiAz
l k ,.
t 4
; { Florida College of Medicine. f ; '
t 1. .. "s s f r '1 .t! ,.
I The formal occasion celebrated 1
710 W. UNIVERSITY AYE.
Dr. Han-ell's
tenth year as 3; r Q 1 ,i
I Dean of the .
College.Departmental Hemp Over Blouse
,. ek Ruth Weiraer
heads and their N Women's Editor !J
t wives attending the dinner in- %L A
I.j I 1I
".; :luded Dr. and Mrs. James G. ; Mth Lively
'' {, Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. GWGABridge f: r: 3tw I II I

,. Putnam Dr. and Mrs. Richard qt Item I
\ P.Schmidt Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel I"

i Suter, Dr. and Mrs. Harry r cL Cropped Just. r

j I Prystowski, Dr. and Mrs. -, J rv ,.. k a Below The Waistline, .
t Joshua L. Edwards Dr. and 4 : .I ,
t 'I' !" v'f::;:,:". Sleeveless
,. Mrs. Richard T. Smith, Dr. and ; s.e y. -3 "
.. ; Scoop Neckline.
Mrs. Thomas Maren Dr. and .. WinnersBridge $
it
i Mrs. Arthur B. Otis and Dr. and N ft -i; Horizontal

,. Mrs. Peter S. Regan III. .... ;"" : : :: Natural Rope
A corsage of white orchids "fT4'r f,, + : group of the Gaines- ;. Weave
t was presented to Mrs. Harrell. ville Women's Golf Associationheld <
n
-- its final meeting of the ",& y" __:.;,: "'m An Unusual ToppingFor
-
1 3r : season recently at the club Miss Carolyn Williams, pictured above with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shorts -

i Brides'Book r 'I .when prizes for the year were Williams, received a Junior Camp Certificate of Merit plus*a scholarship to Slacks and Skirts.
I'l .;:I j awarded. attend the Florida Federation of Garden Club's Nature Camp again this sum- Long or Short

Mrs. E. R. Woodward, Mrs. George T. Harrell, Dr. Mrs. Earl Deck with high mer from Mrs. Joseph T. Hudson Jr., president of the Gainesville Garden Club

Harrell, left to right, and Dr. Woodward, standing, score for the year received a Inc.The It's Cute As A Button
were pictured during the dinner honoring Dr. Harrellon silver tray, the rotating Wilson's award was made last weekend during the club's annual spring luncheon,
: his tenth anniversary as dean of the UF Collegeof trophy and a sterling goblet for which took place at the Gainesville Gol f and Country Club, with more than $13.00USE '1
Medicine. a permanent prize. 100 members attending. Mrs. Williams is chairman of the Daisy Circle.
TODAY, June 2 Second high went to Mrs. W. REGULAR OR
W. McPherson went to Mrs. W. I Gainesville Little Theatre CENTRAL CHARGE r
Evening coffee honoring PHONE FR 6-3115 l
Greens Compliment Calendar
Miss Gayle Cross fiancee of silver ice bucket, the rotating Of EventsTODAY vard. t

Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 7:30 Robinson's Jewelry trophy, anda I "An Enemy of the People", ),

t to 9 p.m., Mrs. William Fra- table cigarette lighter as her June 2 I THURSDAY, June 4 1 8:30: p.m., 4039 NW 16th B ule- !

2er Jr. and Mrs. Norman Bridal permanent prize. Architecture and Fine Arts Gainesvill e Chapter 44, 1
CoupleMr. Third high went to --rI - - -'
Yost at the former's home Mrs. Jus- Dames, 8 p.m., University OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. rI e
3537 NW Tenth tus Willaims, who was awardeda Women's Club.Merrysteppers. American Association
Avenue. of Uni-
I II
I and Mrs. A. Frank_Green Mr. and Mrs. Woodson C. Tucker silver water pitcher, the rotating Workshop, 8 versity Women, Morning Inter- I PSORIASIS ?

I FRIDAY, June S and their sons, Frank Jr. and Jr. of New Orleans, formerlyof gift certificate Chestnut's for trophy her, anda p.m., City Recreation Center."Coke" est Group, Mrs. Jack Moore, I Now new hope for I II
per- for Miss ,
Rehearsal dinner honoring Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. party Mary 2021 NW 11th Road.
Miss Carolyn Ridgell and Michael Green, entertained Sat- W. T. Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. By- manent prize. Watson, GHS senior, 3 to 4:30: Voice Recital by students of I a whole new way of life I II

their son, Charlton Bradford urday evening with a dinner to ron Winn III, Mr. and Mrs."Jus- Mrs. Edward S. Smith, fourth, p.m., Mrs. Harry Duncan Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, 8 p.m., II.
Miss'judith Mrs. R. A. Cox, fifth Mrs. R. L I SKAYLOS combines all elements of modem
Important
Daniel Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. honor Diane Tucker tin Harlow III. 2620 SW Eighth Drive. Gainesville High School Chorus now
Black Jr., sixth and research which offer new. "living"control of psoriasis...
Mrs. El- may
Daniel and William Dale Arnett Miss Louisa Bohanon Miss Room. I
B. now
hosts, Primrose I.
WEDNESDAY, June 3 and end endless search for something better. No other
mer Hinkley, seventh high honor your
of Frederick, Va., whose wed- Edwinna Murphey, Miss Jean Gainesville Little Theatre,
,
but SKAYLOS dramatic
winners drug can cure, can now give rapid, relief -
Inn.Rehearsal
I dinner honoring ding is to be an event of Sun Cornell, Miss Sue Wilkinson, ficates. received gift certi- O. E. S. Auxiliary 8 p. m., "An Enemy of the People", I and return yen to a life of normal, happy, fear-free living. I 1I
Miss Gayle Cross and their day afternoon.The Miss Nel Laughon, W. C. Tucker Mrs. Dashwood Hicks, 831 8:30: p.m., 4039 NW 16th Boule- I SKAYLOS offers 4-action healing formula plus the remarkable I i
sen, Caspar Rappenecker Jr., pre-nuptial party was III of Pittsburg, brother of For the highest monthlyscore NW 22nd Terrace. vard. tissue-stable Robane that works to carry and keep
I' Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Rappe- given at the Gainesville Golf the bride-to-be; Vernon Swart- Mrs. John Mullen received Gainesville Bridge i Club, Piano Recital, students of I the formula deep down in the scaling tissue and into the nat- I
necker, Holiday Inn. and Country Club.A zel, Dale Reece, and Lee Gram- a silver vegetable dish 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Mrs. Conrad Bauschka 7:30 ural skin l yers...to help restore and maintain smooth,natural
Kitchen shower honoringMiss yellow and white color note ling Jr. the rotating Mary Turner Brunch honoring Mrs. JohnD. p.m., J. J. Finley School Aud I touch and texture even after years and years. Not greasy, an I I
Dorothy Tyre, fiancee was emphasized in all appoint- Bridesmaids Luncheon trophy and a sterling bud vase Wells and Mrs. Felix itorium. excellent cosmetic base. Convenient cream$$1.98.Handy lotion$3.19. I 1

I of Herman Saatkamp Jr. of ments. Today at noon, Miss Tucker as her permanent prize. Muehlner, 11 a.m., Mrs. FRIDAY, June 5 I SKA.tJL.OS* Our satisfied stvranets after If a dit-fair

Knoxville 8 p.m. Mrs. R. H. Chrysanthemums and snap- entertained with her brides- lar The group will resume regu- Orange William Hall, 634 Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 I Ask for free booklet chase will bi cost refunded.of Fur- I
Carstens Jr. and Mrs. J. A. dragons were combined as the maids' lucheon at the Primrose meetings in September. Boulevard.The a.m., Holiday Inn. 'latest Medical!Facts About Psoriasis.1* l ;

I Videon, 528 NW 36th Terrace. centerpiece for the bride and -- I SHOP AT THESE I IDL STORES
bridegroom's table and minia- Inn.Guests, limited to members of DISPLAYING THIS SIGN I ID a 3.
I .
{ SATURDAY, June 6 ture bouquets of the same flow- the bridal party, were seated at Jaycees Auxiliary Hold THERE'S ONE NEAR YOU r I
ers centered the small tables. I
Wedding rehearsal dinner a small table adorned with an tII _taaill __- rr
complimenting Miss Judith The hosts presented the hon- arrangement of pink and white

Diane Tucker and their son, orees with a gift during the roses.
William Dale Arnett Mr. and evening. Miss ,Tucker was assisted in Installation CeremoniesNew
I Mrs. William T. Arnett, 2105 Guests included Miss Tucker, the hospitalities by her mother, I MR. 4 / % I

NW Third Place. Mr. Arnett and their parents Mrs. Tucker. officers of the Gainesville Jim Sutherland of Perry, new- District II vice-president was installing ,I

Wedding of Miss Carolyn Junior Chamber of Commerceand ly-elected vice-president of District officer for the Jaycettes.

Rose Ridgell, daughter of Mr. its auxiliary were installed II, served as investing officer LeRoy W. "Buddy" Merritt of
I and Mrs. Tommy Ridgell, and Church Circles14th recently at special ceremoniesat for the Jaycees and R. A. Delray Beach, one of six newly-

Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr., the Holiday Inn. Green of Lake City, retiring elected national directors in How can be
you
: son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Florida, was guest speaker for
Daniel, 5 p.m., St. Augustine TODAY, June 2, Avenue. Harrison the evening. I satisfied with less
Chapel. WSCS, First Methodist Church 8 p.m., Joann Parham, Mrs. Savage ,
Jaycee officers for the
I coming
3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. J. A. Bruce Mathews, 916 NE 19th than 41/ % dividend?
Wedding of Miss i Gayle Givvs: 1122 SW 2nd Avenue, Place; Margaret Gross, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Zach Savage announce wedding, an event of May year are: I

I Cross, daughter of Mr. and Circle 9, Mrs. D. R. Mansola, George Rape, Route 2, Box the marriage of their 28 took place in Valdosta_ Ga. E. Alray Howard, presi- See ,
-
Cross daughter of Mr. and 779, NW 37th Street, Mrs. A. 178; Mrs. Grace Millican 1327 daughter, Miss Cheryl Darlene I The newlyweds are making dent;. Breece McCray, first -
Mrs. James Emory Cross C. O'Niell 528 NE 1st Street, NE 6th Terrace. their home in Gainesville where vice-president; Benny Walker, \
Savage, to George Richard Har
and Caspar Rappenecker Jr.
Circle 11, Mrs. G. 0. Tyre, First Presbyterian Women of Mr. Harrison is a student at the second-vice president; Gene
son of Mr. and Mrs. Caspar 1109 SW 3rd Avenue. the Church: rison, son of Mr. and Mrs. William -University of Florida, majoring McCollum, secretary; Bill yam''

Rappenecker, 7 p.m., First 8 p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. Nor. 3 pjn.; Circle 8, Mrs. Wale G. Harrison. of Miami. j in electrical engineering. Faulk, treasurer; Jim Quincey, .y q
Presbyterian Church. Recep- state director, .and W. W. Wil- f Mutual
I ma Chesnut, 215 NE 3rd ter Davison, Church Parlors.
tion following at the Holiday derson
Perry McGriff Jr. Ed
Street, Mrs. Howard C. Hart- 7:30 pjn.; Circle 12, Miss Gainesville
Inn. 10th Florence Wilson Church Par- McClelland, Frank Lentz, Gary : .
Coffee honoring Miss Chris- well, 611 NW Lutheran Avenue.Church lors. Piano Recital New Officers Waller and John Baldwin, mem- '
t tina Carlisle, fiancee of Gethsemane bers BUILDING &
of the Board of Directors.
I Hardy Wylie of Augusta Ga., Women, ian 8 pjn.A. Youngs; Circle, 2041 9, Miss NW Mar-12th ScheduledFor Named By Mrs. W. W. Wilkerson will I LOAN ASSOCIATION
Gethsemane Lutheran "'
{ 10 a.m. until noon, Mrs. Carolyn 8 pjn., head the r i
Jaycettes with the fol-
Church Mrs. H. R. Hink- Road; Circle 10, Mrs. Erd- 217 N.E. 1st Street
Pooley and Mrs. L. J. ,
lowing officers
man West 220 NW 12th Ter- ThursdayPiano Cosmos ClubMrs. assisting:
( Thomas Jr., at the former'shome ley, 1237 SW 11th Avenue. Mrs. : y: Phone FR 6-6771.
Grace Presbyterian Church race; Circle 11, Mrs. Harold Eugene Spayd, first
t 809 SW 21st Avenue. --7:30: pjn., Circle 3, ,Mrs. E.-Bedell and Mrs. Walter E. students of Mrs. Conrad Frank B. Becker w a selected vice-president; Mrs. James D.

SUNDAY, Jane 7 Howard Deyarmond, 827 NW Godwin, 1520 NW 10th Ave Bauschka will be presented in a president of the Cosmos Waldrop, second vice presi-
Luncheon honoring Tucker- .48th Avenue. recital Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Club during a recent business dent; Mrs. David B. Sincere,

Arnett wedding party and out Ladies Guild, First Lutheran nue.University Lutheran Church at J. J. Finley School Audi- session following the annual treasurer; Mrs. Gordan White,

t of town guests Mrs. L. G. Church Women, 8 Mrs. R. A. torium. picnic. secretary, and :Mrs. Jesse
Gramling and Mrs. J. E. Harlow 8 Mrs. Eugene Yost, p.m. Those playing will be Lisa Hosts for the affair were Mr. Markham, Mrs. Frank Lentz, .
at the Gramling home, 4026 p.m.SW 21st Street. Button, 1614 NW 16th Avenue. Banks, Marilyn Bishop, Dan and Mrs. Vernon Schafer, who Mrs. Edd Chittum, Mrs. W. M. wry alw

640 NW 36th Terrace. First Baptist Church Circles, University Lutheran Church Crago, Jean Crago Jean Ellen entertained at their home on Hazen and Mrs. Lee Woods and I

,I Wedding of Miss Judith Diane 3 p.m., Alice Brasington, 8 p. m., Mrs. R. A. Buttons, Fitzpatrick, Judy Gabbert John Swan Lake. Mrs. Tom E. Gravlee direc

,I Tucker, daughter of Mr. Mrs. C. D. Newberry, 1625 NW 1614 NW 16th Avenue. Gabbert Lucia Gennaro Janet Other officers chosen were:.' tors.President w aura u..e ,.
and Mrs. Woodon Coleman Grobe, Nance Grobe Vickie Mrs. Sims Gardiner, first Howard' presented j .uww

Tucker Jr. of New Orleans, Hartmann, Susan Hennessey vice president; Mrs. J a m es a past president's plaque to retiring -'I'

formerly of Gainesville, and Packaging: AidsHomemakers Debby Hopson, Ricky Marder, Brown second vice president; President Orion P. Wells,
William Dale Arnett, son of Jean Ann Mull and Melissa Mrs. Ada Sparks, secretary, who awarded 14 certificates of rx&4
Mr. and Mrs. William Tobias WorkLiquid Murphy. I and Mrs. W. M. Rogers, treas- merit and eight presidential

Arnett, 4 pjn., First Methodist Relatives and friends" of the urer.Meetings I honor awards. ,.
Church. Reception follow. ,cake batter in a car-I Lemon. flavor in aerosol con- students are Invited to attend.Did will be resumed' Special awards included "Jay as r
I ing at the Bethany Room of ton. .chocolate syrup in a tainers for salads, fruits and Wednesday, September 9, when cee of the Year," which was
the church. plastic squueeze bottle with a fish will soon be available.The Mrs. Rogers will be hostessfor presented for the second yearto

snip-off cap .". meat tenderizer squeeze tube for baby I You Know? a covered dish luncheonand Breece McCray, and **Jaycee
in a spray container. food; will be a boon for mothersof all day sewing session in of the Month of May"* to
Piano Stude'ntsGive These are just three of the young children. Did you know that Rib Eye her home. Gary Waller. a ra ao

RecitalMrs. .new food packages soon to be Another brand new food product Steak is known by 12 names? /rrrw
to I rhey are Market, Spencer,
on the market according in ths r
.making pasteu-
economics specialists with Beauty, Delmonico, Center Cut,
John her home
Wynn presented
rized peaches. They retain muchof I ..
Boneless Club Boneless
piano students in a recital recently the Florida Agricultural Extension Rib or I 'lutr :
at the home of Dr. and Service.An the desirable qualities of club steaks. Then you have,, SALE! -I.k r A /
of instant sauces fresh, prime ripe peaches and ,Boneless Rib club or Country ,
Mrs. David Cofrin, Newberry array j
Road. and gravies including chili, can be stored under refrigeration Club steaks, and finally, Regular rflv

Students playing were, white cream, hollandaise, barbe- [ for as long as 30 months. Roll steaks. _, WEDNESDAYTHRU
Gladys Cofrin, Edie Cofrin cue and pizza, and frozen mush-I I I' 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR 2-4084
Paige Cofrin, Jimmy Barkley, rooms are new foods and typesof Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants

Bill Lassiter, Dan Rountree I packaging which will bring
and Debbie 0DelLRefreshments added convenience to homemakers. Z Ilt fgI6 MAYTAG4CYCLE
were served aft- I So are round "pushup"tubes SATURDAY
: 1
er the recital. of butter.
P -
J io may" a Summer Wardrobe Pick-up! 4 CYCLES

Fully Automatic'
1 LOT DRESSES NOW $8.00
Lovelier. Forever Lint Filter Tub '
SHORTS SHIRTS SWIMSUITS 1/3 OFF Model

Wouldn't you like to be lovelier FOR- Water Level Control y A-100 1

;\I. I EVER be ,more at ease especially Water TemperatureSelector .
in the bright summer sunlight? You can PRE-SEASON SPECIAL
get rid of unwanted hair '. quickly
permanently with the miracle-like FOR YOU Giant Sized Tub
results of electrolysis. cost Edmund ;
Lid Switch
JI Dwyer. experienced Electrologist now SILK BLOUSES 1/2 PRICE Safety
t In strictest I k +
today! All work done privacy e RUSTPROOFCABINET
taking only a matter of minutes a I Brash on Once Lot for Month*. BLAZERS NOW $12.00
treatment. 'JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's FEATHER WOOL & DACRON SKIRTS $8.00 I FINANCING ON THE SPOT
I :No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to' Your Choice of Credit Plans
EDMUND DWYERELECTROLYSIS stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for CASHMERE STOLES 1/2 PRICE

months.Remember No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets. A FEW: SUITS 1/2:PRICE. i The VARIETY STOREON
No-Roach
: means no roaches. ,
II .
107 W. University! Ave. FR '2.8039 THE ,
I Available At All" ,FOOD FAIR Stores 1 710."W.- UNIVERSITY;:."..!AVE- PH. FR. 6-8115 7 S.E. lit Are. SQUARE Phone FR '-5341I


'. ) .


,. << -- .......- ..Ao, __ ......- -' _
I Ai 1iIoAi -__ _
-- -- -
--- -
--- -



.. : .. ; ; .. ,. ., ... ; ; ;; c : . '
,. .. '" '' t '. ..,,. .r "...L. ... -- ... .-" .. .' . .. ... ; < ..

Itift"I

'
T"ee.twv_ << .


{ St. Augustine Make Large Most Autos. JUST -CUT Police Bolstered Against' Terrorists I I INEW


'-" I

1 Moves to Curb 'EM SHORTSELBY YORK (AP-PIans for building on Saturday. of the city." number of new policemen from

'I Of Big TestEAST England (AP-Tele- more subway police and a two-I Police distributed an artist's The Rabbi said the Maccabee this summer's graduating class ':
phoning teen-agers will be limit- way radio network have been sketch_of a man they said rapeda patrols would continue. would be assigned to the area.... j'

HADDAM, Conn. (AP) spurred by Negro terrorist at- 19-year-old Negro girl,half a Murphy said.that he was put- Civil rights leaders were virtually -,,,.. ):
ed to six minutes
"! Racial UnrestI -State police are waiting for when they useSelby's tacks in sections of New York mile from Miss Lipsik's home ting extra radio cars in Crown unanimous in describing .. '}

films and the official report on public telephone booths. City.Officials shortly after she was killed. Heights and that a proportionate the weekend outburst of violence': ;

: yesterday's auto smashing spec- "Some of these calls have last-. emphasized would The girl told police her assailant as indicating the frustration ofa ... {t,
I ; ST. "AUGUSTINE CAP-The officer knocked him to the tacular which are expected to ed more than half an our," be several months before the I! said: "I don't want to give Ga. to Present minority group unfairly denied -

1 city Commission enacted two or, ground and called him a "nig provide the answer to the ques- said. Douglas Owen. traffic I measures could be put into effect you what I just gave to the other -' proper education housing" .:t:
dlnances'td curb racial violence ger lover." The deputy testifiedthe tion- which cars are safer the I one." 1,900 Degrees and employment. ..$ ,
superintendent at the Yorkshire
( Monday while an earlier ban on leash to his police dog be- big ones or the little ones? ---- 11;
Mayor Robert F. Miss Lipsik lived three blocks
Wagner ATHENS Ga. The Univer "
demonstrations at headquarters. "In the future I -
night was tinder came entangled when Boyte Most people at the tests, in- called a meeting today of police from the headquarters of the r O re 'IS.. '
I attack in .District took flash and when thinks call :sity of Georgia will grant more ;
both
U.S. Courll a picture of cluding the man who supervisedthem an operator a and Transit Authority officials. Maccabee radio-car patrol in the :than its
degrees at 161st
1,900
Meanwhile, the arrest them were yanked to .the agreed that the small cars box is being monopolized he will Transit officials said bids on Crown Heights section of Brook 'commencement June 6. Exer- For ,a t

Negroes in an attempt to desegregate ground. got the worst of it. I interrupt after six minutes and short-wave radios for one Manhattan lyn. It borders the Bedford 'cises will begin at 5 pjn. in ;

f two motelrestaurantsbrought Five persons were arrested: "It's simply physics that any terminate the conversation." subway line will be Stuyvesant section a Negro the new Coliseum. I Her I
to 36 the
I number jailed youngster could figure out," opened June 19. A planned 20 neighborhood.The I .
Sunday in an attempt to get Almost 200 of the degrees
't' during a week of demonstrations said Andrew J. White. "People per cent increase in the 972 Crown Heights commu- CREVASSE FLORIST. !
service in the coffee shop of a granted will be advanced degrees
-
and
violence. ,
downtown motel. Two of those don't believe it until they see man subway police force will nity of ultra-orthodox Hasidic 30 of .these at the doc 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. :
'I The commission banned park- jailed were white students of it." Airlines not take effect until next fall. Jews set up the patrols to guard torate level. Phone FR 6-2514 :
I The men are training now. against marauders they said i --- -
irig on 'streets bordering the the University of Florida. White's firm, Motor Vehicle --- -= = =
I wjiite and Negro sections the Research Inc., of Lee, N.H., Demanu3 for more police pro- often came from BedfordStuyvesant. -lI l-
Four Negroes were turned conducted the Sued InCrash tection came after incidents last .
which
city and imposed a 9 to 5 tests, con- I I
p.m.
weekend in which bands of Ne- After a meeting with Police
from
away Sunday'worship sisted of
aim.
Trusted
curfew on minors under 18 electronically steering for generations
ta keep would-be agitators off services at Trinity Methodist riderless moving cars into rid. groes beat, knifed, robbed and Commissioner Michael J. Murphy .
Church.In erless Here terrorized whites on four sub- Rabbi Samuel Schrage,
the streets at stationary ones.
night I way trains and a Staten Island who organized the patrols, said:
State Police
r 'The ban under attack makes demonstrations last week, Commissioner ferryboat. "We learned of the police problem -
several were beaten Leo J. Mulcahy who persuaded The first lawsuit against South HFC's Timely ;
persons by
unlawful any racial demonstration Police disclosed that they are and difficulty in getting
White to make the has Central Airlines for the Feb. 3
mobs tests i
of white
at night in America's oldest angry youths. seeking a light skinned Negro enough men into the departmentand ,
been for time crash at Gainesville Airport that r Money Help i
Two of those beaten claiming some ,.
city. were news- with a shaved head in the rape- onto the street. The com- .N
men. Witnesses said groups of II that the big car is safer than I killed 10 persons has named the murder of teacher Charlotte Lip- missioner assured us he woulddo '
The Rev. Andrew Young, Negro the small City of Gainesville as a defend- Household Finance has been keep-
whites roamed the downtown one.Yesterday I sik whose in his to
38 foundin
official of the Southern ant. body was everything power ing with changing
streets at night. however, Mulcahy and all pace money
Christian I the elevator of her apartment protect our area areas
Leadership Conference needs since 1878. And HFC
would : only that "vehicles today
headed by Dr. Martin Luther The demonstrations were di- say I' City Attorney Osee Fagan told i
should be more sturdy. Manufacturers brings modern money service to
King, petitioned federalcourt rected by King's organization.He the Gainesville City Commission SPECIAL PRICE GOOD THRU JUNE 7 I
should be 2 million
more safety over people i
for an order lifting the reg- was expected to return to last night that heirs of Arthur every year.
ulation against night demonstra- the city Wednesday to map fur-'I conscious." I' Servos, a sales representative FAMILYSWIMMING Borrow confidently from the old- .. 'I
tions. ther plans. The first successful test involved for Crowell-Collier Publishing est and largest company of its kind i
: a Buick and a Co., filed suit in Duval Countgyon POOL -Household Finance. i
During Monday's testimony, The mayor of St. Augustine, French-I i ii
made Renault
Dauphine. ..
conflicting accounts of one incident Dr. Joseph Shelley, charged that May 22. a l-
The' Buick, weighing 3,800 Big i 16 Ft. x 36 Ft. I
were given by a white aide the demonstrations were being The suit claims damages "in I II .. Borrow up to $600 I'
I
to Dr. King, Harry 62 pounds, was traveling 25 miles Take up to 24 months
Boyte, staged to capitalize on the cele- excess of $600.
and.deputy sheriff W. E. Haney. bration of the 400th anniversary per hour when it hit the motionless -.' only. 52966 i -. to repay .
.
1,600 pound Dauphine. The \Ji.
Fagan explained that the city I
Boyte charged that a police of the city to gain publicity. Other Models from $1777.00 and up. I
Buick
was barely damaged but
is protected by liability insurance
the Dauphine, pushed 90 feet t "if necessary" and the ALL ACCESSORIES JNCLUDED I A.k about Credit Life Insurance on loans at group rates .::. t
Johnson in by the impact, was a mess. city's insurance agents have FORMED AND POURED STEEL REINFORCED
,. Swing Again, Next a Ford rammed a Yolks been notified of the suit. CONCRETE I I HOUSEHOLD FINANC .
mWt CALLCHARLES
wagen. The German car's front
Dances 'Til Past hood buckled, its wheels snap According to the city attorney, BROWNFR I r- t
Midnight
: University City Air Service, primary -
......... ped. White said if the car had lease holder and airport' 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor

WASHINGTON (AP) The,land's president, stayed on the had any passengers they would operator at the time of the i 6-7316 PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 ,.
White House: put forth an Evening -.dance floor Monday night for have gone through the wind crash, was not named in the "Gainesville's Oldest Pool Builder" ...

.of Bach and dancing in an hour and a half. shield. Servos suit. I +
But another Volkswagen stood ...
honor He started by twirling Mrs.
of Israeli Prime Minister up better when it was smashed
Eshkol to a medley of show I.
Levl.Eshkol. President Johnson, against a Buick that stood still. .
tunes. Though the Eshkols left
in a champagne toast, promised The Volkswagen's front seat,
at 11:40 p.m., Johnson dancedon
efforts to solve Israel's water until 12:25 p.m. Mrs. John I however, was pushed under the : .
had steering wheel.A .
shortage.It son already left. .
Saab carrying a dummywas .
The FORD ;
President
was one of the biggest state escorted his steered into a parked Ford. '
daughter, Lynda, 20, out with .
dinners in recent years with him. Then he smilingly broughther The front seat of the Saab slid

177 guests and Johnson was back to continue dancing, under the dash when the impact

back in dancing form. explaining he had to leave because occurred at 31 miles per hour.

Among those he twirled on of an early breakfast with
the marble-tiled north entrance Democratic legislative leaders

foyer was a former president's today.
daughter Margaret Truman Bach selections were played 1
Daniel. by famed violinist Mischa El- VACATION
man at the after-dinner mu-
The President, who had takena
sicale in the East Ballroom. The -
respite from dancing at the
Ward Swingle singers, organizedin
state dinner last week for Ire-
Paris, performed their special -
brand of vocal and rhyth
.
Students mic Bach.
County
Eshkol meets again today with .
Johnson. Also on his schedulewere \
Given
t Degrees a luncheon with Chief Jus SALE
tice Earl Warren, a meetingwith
SEARCY Ark.-Robert H. H-t
AFL-CIO President
George
I Bellson of Mr. and Mrs. "TRY
Meany and conferences at the
Jack Bell, 1636 N.W. 6th Ave., :
State and Defense departments. KINGEDWARD"
and William Leighton Waters, .
He will be host at a receptionlate .
son of Mrs. and Mrs. C. B. for
today President and
Waters, Alachua, were among Mrs. Johnson. Amtrici't Largest Selling Cigar
170 graduates of Harding Col- !
lege at commencement exer- -: :

cises May 28.received. .

Bell a B.A. in Bible QUIET COMFORT _

with a minor in social science.He .by the roomfulFRIGIDAIRE
.
is a graduate of Gainesville !

High School. Upon completing : -- -
his requirements for degree in
Jannaryv-Bell began preachingf \ -
..
<3T- the Lackland TerraceChurch A' '
of Christ in San Antonio,
Texas. ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
Ford Convertible-wide.open version
:Waters received a B.A. degree of the open competition champ
i iiE accounting with a minor in

bjjsiness .-He'.ls.: -graduate of

Santa. Fe.'Hjg .,School. He will
employed-.as-an. auditor-ac THIS VACATION, GET AWAY FROM :
countant in the General Accounting ,
Office of the United OLD CAR WORRIES..TRADE'EM

States in Washington, D.C.
IN ON A NEW TOTAL PERFORMER


FROM FORD. HURRY IN AND SAVE

\
AT OUR VACATION SELLING SPREE

a. SALE

Our '64s are the hottest selling Fords -

history. And we're keeping 'em hot
It ain't the heat it's the humidity"Don't

with record-high trade allowances on _
.j Buy Just A
top of our low, low Ford prices. With Fairlane Sports Coupe-offers
same basic V-8 as the Cobra!
Room Air Coole-
Ever happento thd es t choice in the industry
'
? Buy A 46 models in 5 lines-we're sure to ,; "' '

you ROOM AIR CONDITIONER have just the car for your family's // '
If bought insur
you from a your onecornance 'There Is A Difference"Let fun and funds! re

pony: agent you were left us show you "Under the Hood" of the NEW
I all alone. I If you bought
it through an independent FRIGIDAIRE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER.

insurance agent you DRY COOLING More Moisture Removal VACATION DD 2JJFORD
had a friend nearby you
could call on. Low Cost of Operation

Styled Well & Ease of Installation I
KirkpatriekEdmonson NEW Falcon Wagon-costs little, : ..
& Galvanized Steel Rust Resistant S carts 79 cu.ft of cargo! 4..10....:


INSURANCE, Jnc. ** QUALITY Dependable, DOESN'T Service COST YOU AT OUR PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD BOTH '

"
IT PAYS YOU.
31 N. Main 372-8438
OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.



p JIM VOYLES SHAW & KEETER, MOTOR CO.


APPLIANCES Cr TELEVISION

f e. 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372.5303 238 W. University Ave. Phone 3765371m :

,
.. .
.- --' : '.-. :



-
'
< '
.

1 -
.AMI .- .,. -- .-_.-. -
-
--- ---- -- -



8 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 2, 1964
a iI
-- --


State Liquor Tax People In Bridge ALAN. Ce) TRUSCOTT:By York Tlnw J 1'1' ''f;



I The News
An unofficial British team NORTH (D)
Powers Curbed
visited Portugal recently, and 4K10 4VAK84
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor the deal shown today wasplayed .r
.
Peter Sellers made his first in a match between A9753

frww. itrk minus I package"' is some hugh ship- public appearance since his the two countries. The bidding K9 -
ping> 'container, a case of 12 heart attack 6
WASHINGTONIn two; April appearing and final contract were WEST EAST
ground-breaking decisions Mon-' bottles or even an individual briefly Monday night at a film the same in both rooms although 4953 4642 ,

day the Supreme Court limitedthe bottle. : preview to thank the medical _Y w ? three no-trump by 9762 QJ
power of the states to taxi The best guess was that team that saved his life. .rhu North would have been easierto K82 Q134:>>

and restrict the liquor busi states and localities would certainly United Artists arranged a A y make as the cards lie. .T.J84 4AQ1062 ;:
be free to levy sales taxes showing of Sellers' movie, SOUTH '
ness. A F Some players might openan
retail sales of scotch, "
on "The World of
The court held, 6 to 2, that alcoholic Henry Orient, unorthodox one no-trump 4AQJ87
and other imports to consum-: for the staff of Cedars of Leb-
.
V 1053
beverages importedfrom with the North cards, in orderto
ers. Just as plainly, the states in ( Yp
.
abroad may not be taxed anon Hospital Hollywood.The have the lead up to the J6
cannot tax original shipments
a
British
by any state so long as they actor appeared wan + doubleton kings in a no-trump + 753 "
In betweenthe
warehouses.
held in
but he was' in
remain in their original shipping picture is not clear. good spirits. contract., But one diamondwas Neither side was vulnerable. t.:,
' packages. The big import the orthodox choice. The The bidding: i
-and the chief gainer from The tax case came from Ken- NEW YORK (AO) Three rebid of two hearts was a North East South West; ,.

this decision-is scotch whis- tucky. The James Beam Distilling months ago, Herbert Hoover r .a ve nt reverse, guaranteeing a strong 1 t Pass 1. Pass
makes
which
key. Company, lay near death from a respira- hand with more diamonds 2 V Pass 2. Pass

By the same vote the c o u r t bourbon,scotch.also imports The scotch and distributes is-tory infection and internal than hearts. Some experts 3 4 Pass 4. Pass l'

I' said no state may prohibit the bleeding. Today, the former k: c F treat this bid as forcing butt Pass Pass

sale of untaxed liquor to air- shipped directly to, and in Ken-heldin president, who is 89 years old, .... .. < ..__.......-v.-- rAiI J; --.... '''''''......---.._ is simply encouraging in West led the four of clubs.
bonded warehouses
is and about" his
line passengers leaving on over- "up apart standard practice, showing t
seas flights. It rejected regula- tucky. ment in a New York hotel. Receive DAR AwardsThese about 17 points in high cards. who shifted to the heart
Kentucky law requires a
tory claims by the New York per- "The president has recuperated With sufficient values for queen. This was a bow' for
mit to import whiskey, and pay- very well," said a spokesman South, who could not now, I
State Liquor Authority over ment of a tax of 10 cents per five history-minded Gainesville students were this year's recipients of game presumably present in
sales at Kennedy Airport. for Hoover Monday. awards the Gainesville of the combined hands South make use of the diamonds. .
proof gallon. Beam paid but given annually by Chapter of the Daughters the American -
Justice Potter Stewart wrote sued for refund. It won. Revolution for excellence in American history. Miss Mary Gresham (sec might have considered jumping He could see that his second. ;t

both majority opinions. He was The issue in the case was a .NEW YORK (AP) Dolores ond from left), Regent of the Gainesville DAR, made the presentations at assembly to three spades. The actual -heart entry would be removed ;

joined by Chief Justice Earl conflict between two constitutional -Hart, the blonde actress who programs held at each of the schools represented. From left are Mary rebid of two spades could from the dummy before he 1.

Q Warren and Justices William O. provisions.One abandoned Hollywood a year Susan Soxman, Buchholz Junior High, daughter of Mrs. BayonneSoxman; Miss have been based on a sixcardspade could establish diamonds and \

Douglas Tom C. Clark, John issue in the case was a ago to enter a Roman Catholic Gresham; Mike Rowland (behind Miss Gresham), Howard Bishop Junior High suit with negligible draw trumps. I

Marshall Harlan and ByronR. conflict between two constitu monastery, says she has found High, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Rowland; Bob Mizell Jr. (seated), Gainesville honor strength, and North South made a brave try by

) White. tional provisions. happiness and satisfaction. High School, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mizell; Nigel Littlejohn, Westwood might have passed. However.winning the heart in dummy,
Dissents by Justice Hugo L. One is the export clause of Miss Hart, 25, was inter- Junior High, son of Mrs. G. M. Littlejohn; and Kathy Nocks, Buchholz Junior North produced a third bid and playing a low heart. But _I

Black were joined by Justice the original constitution, providing viewed Monday by a New York High, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Charles H. Nocks. and the game was reached in East won and put his partner \ :\'
Arthur J. Justice in with the club to ;
-----
Goldberg. any. case. jack get a ;
that no state shall "lay any Post reporter at Regina Laudis,
William J. Brennan Jr. tookno the Benedictine I At one table the lead wasa heart ruff.
imposts duties sisters'
or on exports or monas-
part in the decisions.The imports" This had long been tery in Bethlehem, Conn., where 'Most spade, a reasonable choice I As experts rarely underlead 1 ;:
new freedom of imported held to bar state taxes on im she is a postulant. Anything Can Happen when the bidding had indicated -, aces, South should not have I 4
liquor from state taxation ports in their original pack- a possible club ruff in the squandered dummy's club kingon 'i

applies only to shipments in ages. WASHINGTON (APN-) Quoteof dummy. But South had no' the first trick. There

their "original package." It But the 21st Amendment, the day: Associate Justice difficulty. He won in dummy!would then have been no wayto

remains to be seen whether the which repealed prohibition in Potter Stewart the U.S. Supreme When 'Happening' HappensBy and ducked a diamond and I defeat the contract if

1933, barred "the transportation Court, delivering an could not be prevented from South played carefully. If

into any state. .for deliv- opinion on a tax lien case: establishing diamonds. He West is deprived of the f
Audubon ery or use therein of intoxicating "The facts are not.particularly HERBERT G. PELKEY I His cast: about 150 students Michael Singer of Great Neck made five spades, two hearts chance to win the second :

liquors in violation of the complicated, but in all honesty ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) Men and faculty members. said the production left him and three diamonds.The round of clubs, the defense .\.Jl

laws therefor." they are dulL gather at the city dump, where The sequence of events: with a feeling of wanting to be Portuguese South player cannot secure the vital heart :
Hears Talk they build a tower and wait fora Men build a wooden tower on alone."I was faced with the lead of ruff. I

crowd. Women arrive and lick a trash mound. Poles ,topped didn't want to talk with the club four. He put up

On TernsDr. jam smeared on a wrecked with tar paper clusters are anyone. It was like living a dummy's king, taken by East J
Chambers House automobile. Refreshed, they de- stuck around it. The women dream." JJ0 0J I ,

stroy the tower and proceed to build nests of saplings and Michael admitted quite a few Exercise Opens
Oliver Austin curator of I
rip off men's shirts. The men strings. Around the nest, on a of the students "thought it was IHSTOAMJIE

biological sciences at the Florida Missile 'Muzzles' hurl flares. The women shed clothesline, they hang old shirts. nonsense," however. BERLIN (AP) -The U. S.I '
State
Museum spoke to
their blouses and wave them Cars arrive towing a smoking The symbolism of "House- Army Infantry Brigade in West I
members of the Alachua Audubon
,
overhead.A '
wreck. hold" is clear to Kaprow. Berlin began maneuvers today > Y 0 Homo I
Society at the final general] I
MINOT AIR FORCE riot? Bacchanalian revel? Women enter the and "A is of about 4,000 men,
meeting of the season last week. BASE an awesome control panel. Both nest dump a graveyard involving sup- Business
Thirty-five members of the local N.D. (AP) Sprinkled across connect ultimately with the only Such antics: are the" ingredients -.screech. Men roll the smoking human waste. Yet it also is a ported by tanks and artillery.The .
10,000 miles of windswept of a "happening, a new, wreck into the operation to four Lif.
conservation organization square person in the world who can dump and coverit nest generating rats and fires. run
ticipated.Dr. par-i prairie hard by the Canadian give an authentic order to press avante garde, threedimensionalart with strawbrry jam. In time, everything turns to, days brings together all units 215 N.E.
I border are 150 subterranean -the button: the President of the form that combines sym-I People's voices call "Hey! soil; grass, flowers and trees stationed in the Communist-sur
Austin, author of "Birdsof chambers. Each is coveredby United States. bolism with sculpture and ele- hey! hey!" Men go to women, bloom there. rounded city to test and improve AFR23576A

' the World", presented an illustrated an 80-ton concrete slab, surrounded There seem to be two of near ments of the theater. put on shirts and squat down 'A household with its attics: combat readiness.

talk on Terns of the by a chain link fence, ly everything at Minot and at "It is a raw and brutal spectacle and watch them. and basements is much like a I -- -

Tortugas.for He has studied terns and wired with electronic devices -the 15 launch control centers in ; in a way" and "important Women go to the car and lick dump. Years are packed awayin
both
30
j years, at Cape Cod which will detect the defense web both) as a movement and histor- ;1
with arctic terns and in the any I ; two phones, the jam. Men destroy the nest- drawers, decaying memories ZENITH STEREO
( south with noddy and snooper. And each ominously, two locks on every file cabinet, ically," says Prof. John L. accompanied by shouts apd are rubbed into old furniture,
sooty is primed to erupt at the pressof and two armed at Squire of Cornell University."As :1
men on duty cursing.It resentments smolder amongs
terns. The sea birds nest by i IS AN IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT
a button and hurl nuclear destruction strategic post-each keep far as legitimacy, it could .
the thousands in the Dry Tor- every ends with the women wear the house's occupants, now and
tugas, a group of small keys far toward any enemy as ing an eye on the other. not be more so," he says."Happenings" ing their blouses like handker- then flaring into ,holocausts." ,I ANYONE WLL BE PROUD TO OWN.COUCH'S .
as 6,300 miles away. The launch control centers al- ara the crea- chiefs, leave the dump and
70 miles southwest of Key West,
so are underground, linked to tive brainchild of Allan Kaprow, drive with automobile i
Dr. Austin said.A The chambers are the muzzle away,
the missiles sites through 1,600 36, professor of fine arts at the horns LST.
blaring. I
ends in of (Samosutlk Sun
study of the terns breeding a manner speaking,
miles of buried cable. Each cen- New York State University Col-

habits conducted and by life three cycle cooperating is being of missile North complex.Dakota's The Minuteman triggerend ter is to stocked keep with it operative enough supplies for- lege Island.at Stony Brook, on Long blonde Alma from Perry Rockville, 19, an,attractive Md., said; I MOVES: MERCIIVNDISK I "WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"

Florida State the experience was "absolutely r-rn= =rn= GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAY
agencies-the Mu-I is at Minot AFB, head- more than two months without lIr J
The bearded Kaprow says the wonderful I
seum, the National Park Ser-I quarters for the 455th Strategic outside help. Unscheduled drills, derives !.
new art form directly .
t
vice and the Florida Audubon: Missile Other Minuteman
Wing.
the of I
to
going right up point from recent innovations in paint-
Society. For the last five years bases are or soon will be in- launch keep the crews on con- !
ing. But their remote
sources
a group of ornithologists, headed I stalled at five other locations in stant alert.
be found in circus
by Dr. Austin, has gone to these I North Dakota Montana, South may parades, .
The missiles, too, are ready.
acts and rit-
nesting grounds twice a year Dakota, Missouri and Wyoming.At sports religious. '.,
: Each is programmed periodically uals. F I III I'' lc
to band both the adult birds and. r
the returning juveniles. He said Minot, two red phones hang to a specific target; exactly "They are unique, however, dor I
;
they have banded some 20,000 side by side near the center of what target is a super secret. in utilizing sites other than !

birds stages or arenas, in eliminatingacts
a
year.In >" '
and rit- ya'! ao.. xa
sports religious ?
the late 1930's the Florida i TodayJnHistoryu.
uals.
Audubon Society did some band
"They are unique, however,
ing on these islands and Dr. Aus -
tin said the present study team By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS been evacuated from Dun- in utilizing sites other than

has found some terns over 25 Today is Tuesday, June 2, the kerque.In stages or arenas, in eliminatingand

years old and a large numberof 154th day of 1964. There are 212 1944, American planes in being enacted genrally, p -L .

birds over 18 years old. To days left in the year. opened a shuttle-bombing base only once," he says.

illustrate the lecture, Dr. Austin Today's highlight in history: hi the Soviet Union. The productions are the out- -- .-.

showed color slides taken on On this date in 1886, Presi- i Ten years ago-A Soviet del growth of another Kaprow crea- .

Bush Key, site of the terns dent Grover Cleveland married egation was welcomed at the tion, "environment," in which fj I.,

nests and on Garden Key, the Miss Frances Folsom of Buffalo, 'opening of the International La- players are surrounded by ,

location of Fort Jefferson. N.Y., in a White House cer- bor Organization in Geneva; sounds, lights and odors. He

Dr. Tom Humphreys, first emony.On the Russians had withdrawn added voices and action and 'finr6 L_ ..,.. t .- .
ice-president, introduced the this date from the organization in 1937. "happening"' was born. p Y; -- -

speaker and the following newly- In 1851 Maine became the Five years ago-Indonesia's More than 20 Kaprow "happenings" -.A "",.-4 .." .

elected Audubon officers: Mrs. first prohibition state in the Constituent Assembly refusedfor have been performed,j ,- .....

Reed Morris, president; Otto Union.In the third and final time to'at art galleries, festivals and,, F t r ,
Voelkner, second vice-president; : 1875, the first night baseball grant President Sukarno near- universitis in this country and: ..
,, ..,;,
Miss Katherine Farra, secretary game was played at dictatorial powers. abroad. I j
; and Mrs. Mary Gur, trea- League Park in Fort Wayne A recent production called I wtkZ.. T '
John
surer. The list of names of the Ind.In One year ago-Pope was "household," was created at the: .7 1 :.,

standing committee chairmen 1940 the British announcedthat fighting stubbornly for life but I invitation of the festival of Con-: _-: :

will be announced by Mrs. Morris more than four fifths of physicians reported death was i temporary Arts Commitee 81 ,-..-......-'
at a later date. their expeditionary force had imminent. I Cornell Universiy.For .

this setting, Kaprow chose _, 0

the Cornell dump.Canal ,-Eua ..
,.
: S. Bail System Termed L ;",.<.r.. .t..1Jtt

St. a


Burden on the InnocentBy Gets Buses !, SET YOUR SAILS FOR A -3


NEW ORLEANS, La. AP-) ', ; :

ANTHONY LEWIS makes freedom depend on a justice of the Appellate Divisionof I Shiny, new air-conditioned bus-: .
'
HAPPY SUMMER VACATION :
0'rw Hark eimrs:' man's wealth."Defendants. the New York Supreme Court, es are operating in place of ancient :: : \ "&!f.

WASHINGTON The American unable to post first department, gave the con- streetcars on Canal Steet :: e

l system of bail for criminal bond languish in jail until ference some startling figures on -this historic old city's main ,-v } ',. r k : '' 01j&

suspects was criticized as un- trial," Warren pointed ou, yet defendants who could not raise thoroughfare. ; ; Smooth Sailing With A Vacation Loan *
Streetcar No. 958 the last **?- ifrJTx-
fair to the poor, a burden on "In many cases they do not ban in New York City. : t : 5-; -; .
the innocent and a waste of com- even receive credit for such I In 1962, he said, 58,458 per- trolley in service rumbled '
along its Sunday : Let the Citizens Bank -1 :
on predawn run helpyou enjoy your 'vocation tj ,
.
munity resources. time on their sentences. sons were held hi prison await- : "f'I.I*
f- )
with a shrieking, singing .
Chief Justice Earl Warren and The chief justice the ing trial Of those 12,995 j .: Decide where 'the <' .
quoted were crowd aboard. Everytime it! \ STithis summer. you want to go ,. 4 -cy-J r j !.
others offered that appraisal at attorney general as expressing adolescents. The .' > >f"
average person '
passed a bus, the riders leaned i < \ mountains the seashore, Zanzibar and we'll finance ;,- ,1to
-
the opening of a National Conference the hope that the conference I was in jail for about a month- out the streetcar windows to boo I -

on Bail and Criminal would encourage steps to release -and all of them, he pointed out, and hiss. j I it with an easy-to-pay-back Vocation Loan.

Justice. Some 450 judges, defendants before trial, were "presumably innocent"
pros-
The has streetcar
city one Come in and talk to us about it.
ecutors, police officials and "With reasonable assurance that A survey showed that 28 percent line left It operates along St

bondsmen are here for the they will appear at trial, yet of defendants in New York Charles Avenue.

meeting. without the price tag that now cannot make even $500 bail, .

Attorney General Robert F. places freedom on bail beyondthe Botein said, and 45 per cent can- '

Kennedy called the conference.It reach of so many." not raise $2,000. He said these 'I ElectricalService

is co-sponsored by the Vera "I share his hope and belief statistics showed that bail bad

Foundation, established by Louis that this can be done," the become "an instrument of op'

Schweitzer of New york to chief justice said, "Not as a pression." !, & RepairsFOR s-

investigate the workings of bail sentimentality fan those who In England, Botein said, there;' ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS

Under the ordinary bail system have committed crime, or to is no posting of security fort Residential. I Industrial. Commercial

a man charged with crime make it more difficult: for law bail;,defendants simply sign a, CALL

must post security of some kindor enforcement officers to perform promise to pay an amount if I C. P. DressierElectrical

pay a fee to a professional their jobs, but to give deeper they do not appear. He said the I

bondsman to obtain his release meaning to our great objective, U.S. and the Philippines were Contractor I ,
before trial. The weakness seen 'equal justice under law.' !,the only countries he knew with Phone FR 6.6193 110- EAST UNIVERSITY AVENUE GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 9 MEMBER FDIC

by today's speakers was that it] Bernard A. Botein, presiding professional bondsmen. 910 N.W. 4th St. :i





'J 1 i o (
twaiLCY..r .


-' .- &, ,:':':'. -'. -, :.R -, -- -' .-. _.. ._-. .._.....iv-a _=, ';.-f,.wr; \.le.++r S.-- ; ... IZ:;t 'f "''';''? ;" ._.



. '_ __ 0 . . .. .__ .-,............ h .. J'.q.' .. .. -.--- .- '. '. '- -. ," .- -=- : : :". "' ,': -- : ;-


t

f





G } /3'x < Physical Fitness Program: Blooms at GHS


b '-'

By NIS NISSEN frig press, bench press, squat, dead lift, curl and dean and
Assistant Sports Editor "We felt we' needed something to build us up," be said.

I Since then, the Hurricanes have lost only three games, jerk.Ribbons
(First of a Thm-Part Series)
II won two Sunshine Conference championships and had, two donated by Jimmy Hughes Sporting Goods, are

given for the levels white, green, red, blue and gold.
nor f The emphasis on physical fitness has blossomed: into full third place finishes in the state.
6 x 3 M1 Nti + X SW p}S'R q The white is attained by doing six times your body weightIn
.
I bloom ''
throughout the country :the past few in the
'years, Thirteen boys also have signed scholarships in the three all six lifts, or an average of your body weight.
lives of both
'\ .rb ;,.' a 'MvY? La: F'' .F ifi. t athletes and non-athletes. seasons, and two were named on the prep All America Green is seven times, red, eight; blue, nine; and gold, 10.

rP '' Y.Q M ywA Late President Kennedy' got this new American concepton squad. Eight boys reached the difficult gold level last year, '
S'j most of whom accounted for well of total
J over 1,500 pounds
its feet with the organization of the President's Physical It's obvious that extra muscle has added extra momentumto

i Ji JJ Fitness MusiaL Council, now headed by former baseball great Stan the football team. lift.First

wwE6'7iy:. "I feel this program has really made us in football," 12 WeeksThe

y Gainesville:High School has taken a giant'step in furthering Niblack said. "I think this enables the average boy with
?.,, a s ;,?, physical fitness with its outstanding weight, training and tbe average abilities to play better than he would have weight training runs for the first 12 weeks of the

fI ; X rlrA ,,' isometric program. normally. But, all of it is no good if you don't work at it." school year in all physical education classes and also duringthe

: In a book entitled "Weight Training for Football author summer. A special, shortened drill also follows each
% -' ,. "I think this is the best program in America," GHS head- football .
Elvan George football coach at Ada Okla. said practice.The
?i ,, High,
I 1 .N.. football coach and athletic director Jim Niblack said last
F Y. week'as he watched his gridders run through a workout.An "If you have six boys who can press" over 160 pounds on boys start out doing three sets of 10 repetitions for the '
( your squad, you have a strong team. first three weeks before pressing their maximums.

< ..:F $ i f a. awed sports writer echoed the comment as a well-or Level day is every two weeks during the fall and oncea
"p x fT7d',, ganized, precisioned drill was run off in a matter of minutes.The' Topped 169 Pounds week in the summer.
I : ? GHS program, was developed' to benefit both the

< school's athletic teams ,and physical education classes. The All 11 GHS starters cracked 160 in the press last year, Boys have gained as much as 60 pounds from their sophomore ,

.'\ 4a l results have,been tremendous in each. and a total of 29 boys in the student body surpassed the to senior years in the program and made rapid advances

p mark. in strengthening and conditioning their bodies.
Started in '61
-- .--------,- A chart is kept on the progression of each student, and The school has 42 sets of weights, made by the Gainesville

VDENNIS five levels of achievement have been established to produce Foundry Co. and helped financed by the local Quarterback .
Niblack started weight training in the summer of 1961, just
I '1 LEAHY STRAINS IN CLEAN AND JERK after' a losing football season and a jump from A to AA incentive and competitive spirit., Club.

t Uses 215 Pounds in Weight Training DrillSun competition. The levels are based on six standard weight lifts stand TOMORROW: Outdoor Gym.
( photos by Tommy Lewis( ) 1Football 1
b, s

I ,.-. *Iwa ,



; I
;. fi < b 1'
y 1j \ s
II

;.N ,a7 f 4 a ? rm.F 'Isy, i.H''dyaMm .T, .


I Interest ? +eea


:.i bit ia
3F + .Ff9' 1I 1 1I 1I


t ":: ,.: x ....o .'1 & \;.. r'k I I
.t
: :aw
; ::: Booming h a i r


.: ,;", 1.. a,,,. I

Football interest at Mississippi State for 1964 is fast ap I IJ r t

proaching the status of a runaway. Pre-season ticket sales .

( is shattering all records for the school in view of perhaps 9 y, 1

i the most attractive slate in years for the Bulldogs. e r
;.J, .
t Six home games include the annual test with rival Ole t. x fs, s, : I

; Miss at Starkville, plus the twin bill at Jackson early in

.' the season. That's the day the Gators play State at night 3ou
,
following a daytime meeting between Mississippi and Ken 3 f V
tucky. '

i Florida's season ticket sales are steady to date and the .< y

( UF's home slate of Southern Methodist, Mississippi, South i

If Carolina, Auburn and Miami should produce a record year 4 h

before the final application is in. t t 1 ; : .
A .fi a 1:
Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky LSU and Georgia S',. w,x. r ey
all are going to play tune the cash ", a" '
r. a merry on register ,.a.
this fall. Only Tulane, which is encumbered as much by CHRIS GWIN DOES SQUAT EXERCISES 'VrW'425 POUNDS DAVID CROWN BENCH PRESSES 215 POUNDS

an 82,000-seat stadium as a below par football team, and I Other Boys Stand By To Take Heavy Bar Off AI Giffen Without Shirt) Waits His Turn I
I Vanderbilt will be struggling for customers.


: UF May Go BIGFor WITH CLEVEL. NDWagner


those who like to play with figures, the outlook for

the Gators could go like this:

SMU (home), 40,000; Mississippi State (away), 50,000; Likes It Close

LSU (away), 65,000; Mississippi (home), 47,000; South Carolina -
''I
-

o I By MIKE RATHET Jack Kralick's four-hit pitching.] hammering, hitting his seventhin Angels starter Barry Latman,

,,' Associated Press Sports Writer"Don't Wagner hit only two homersat the last nine games, a two- who hadn't given up an earnedrun
: i
i i J.T(!) 'tt, i D W1 t 4 J i '# Fence Me In" never home last year in the wide- run shot in the eighth inning led 3-2 going into the eighth
/ of Los
Angeles'Dodger and retired the first two Red
> .J>'i':"' "" ... ..0 ,' was Leon Wagner's theme open spaces that gave the Red Sox a 4-3 vic
'
:"J' ; t. 2 Stadium while hammer Sox batters. Then Felix Mantilla
i' ; Tuesday, June 1964 tory over the Angels.In .
/ J song.When ing 24 on the road. But the An beat out an infield single and
.- -- I the slugging outfielderwas gels decided to leave the fences the other AL games scheduled Stuart followed with the game

traded by the Los Angeles where they were and traded Wally Bunker posted his winning homer.

.... I Angels to the Cleveland Indianshe Wagner for pitcher Barry Lat sixth victory without a loss as
(home and Homecoming), 47,000; Alabama (away), 45-, said bluntly:, man and first baseman Joe Ad- Baltimore whipped Kansas City The Red Sox however, lost

000; Auburn (home), 47,000; Georgia (in Jacksonville), 45,- "Instead of trading me they cock. 8-4 and Dick Stigman pitched outfielder Carl Yastrzemski,

000;) FSU (in Tallahassee), 38,000; Miami (home), 40,000. BAUGH TAKES should have pulled the fences in Minnesota to a 2-1 victory by the AL's leading hitter last
The total of 474,000 for 10 and %%1,000 for five Now Wagner's making a solid
games and doubled my salary. checking the New York Yankees year, for a day or two at least i
home games would be all-time highs if they materialize. In The Angels, however, were case for a pay raise. on five hits. when he spiked himself in the ,

most sharp contrast, however, Ohio State,' with its huge stadium unable to accommodate Wagner His latest hot str ?k-l1 hits left ankle in the first inning.

likely will go over 400,000_ attendance just for five OVER OILERS The Indians may have to in 18 at-bats, including homersin Wagner provided Kralick with The cut required stitches.

home games. And if the Buckeyes play six times in Column- -in the salary department at the last three games has the only run he needed by hitting .

bus this season, they'll approximate the Gators' entire 10- boosted his batting average to his homer off Juan Pizarroin Dick Hall's one-hit relief over )

game home-aad-away total. HOUSTON. (AP) Sammy general manager and immediately least.Wagner proved his point .309 and his runs-batted-in totalto the fourth. The Indians scored the final 3 2-3 innings preserved

Attendance-wise, 1964 promises be Florida's greatest.The Baugh, pleased when named replaced by Baugh, who again Monday night, leading a league-leading 40. At this their other runs in the sixthon Bunker's perfect record. Bunk..

vagaries of a football fan, though, still make a pre- assistant coach of the Houston Ivy had hired as his offensive Cleveland to a 3-0 victory over stage of the season, he's almost Larry Brown's two-run er was tagged for a two-run

game crowd estimate almost as difficult as picking the win Oilers just two weeks ago, has assistant.Ivy the American League leading half way to his 1963 figures of single. homer by Wayne Causey in the

ner in the contest. Bad weather is the big bugaboo alwaysin an even better job todaythatof was shocked to learn Chicago White Sox, collecting 26 homers and 90 RBI. Kralick his record third and chased in the sixth

the South. head coach of the American when he reported for work that homer No. 11 and a single and Boston's Dick Stuart, mean.. bringing when Ed Charles hitless in 19
to 5-1 in serious trouble
Football League team. j Baugh, the former National scoring two runs in support of while, continued his homer I was previous trips, slapped a two-
in the seventh when the
the Run only
Caught on run single that cut the Orioles'lead
Frank (Pop) Ivy was fired League passing great, had succeeded .White Sox loaded the bases with

Georgia Tech still recruiting basketball players, that is. I Monday as head coach and him with a one-year contract .! 6 .)ncrican a gu r Jl X'S.. .two out. But he got Gerry Mc- to 64.

The Engineers have signed a 6-3 Terry Adkins of Miami .. ,Nertney, batting for Pizarro, to The Orioles put the game out

High to a cage grant. Akins was a fine performer: for the 1AMERICAN Opinion Built line out and end the threat. of reach with five-run third

Stingarees in last year's state tourney here. "An opinion has been built up Night Cam Night Cam Pizarro now is 5-2. inning Norm Siebern and DickS8

Latest International League batting averages show former LEAGUEW 'among the fans that Pop can't CHICAGO brkbi CLEVELAND III, b "IWshb'ger NEW YORK abrhbi MINNESOTA abrhblKubek .
G-Men players Bob Sadowski hitting .330 and Jim McKnight L Pet. G.B. I cut the mustard," said club u 4010 Versalle ss 4 0 1 1Rkh'dson
212 Ml to
Chicago 2b 4 0 1 0 Oliva rf 4020
.277 for leading Toronto. McKnight, however, is top RBI man Baltimore 21 IS .651 owner K. S. (Bud) Adams, in Buford 25 rf 4001 4 6 2 0 Howser Davallllo ss cf 489 4020 0 Tresh cf 3010 KIII brew If 10 0 0
in the IkJimmy Cleveland 22 14 .579 344 making the announcement. Landis cf 4000 Wagner H 4221Ward Howard c 4111 Mincher lb 4111
25 1'.461 3Yt
Minnesota cf 3010
3000 Romano e lID Lopez If 3000 Allison .
3b
Dunn, former UF assistant football, coach and now New York 21 22 21 17 .512.553 6 4Vft Meanwhile, there was the possibility Hansen ss 4000 AMs 3b 3000 Marls rf 3000 Battey c 2000 _

offensive[ backfield mentor at Tennessee, vacationing here Boston Detroit 11 24 .429 9V* that former coach Lou McCraw Nicholson lb If 3:4010 OlD Kindail Brown 2b 10 4022 4000 Boyer Pepitone 3t> lb 4000 3301 Allen Goryl 2b 30 4010 1100 .

for several days. Tennessee coaching staff put oq a clinic Washington Kansas City 19 15 29 27 JS7 J94 11Y1 12\1 Rymkus might return to the Carreon c 0000 2000 Held Kralick rf 2010 3 DID Terry p 2000 1000 Stigman p 4000aLInz .
in Tampa last week. Los Angeles I 16 30: .341 it'hYESTERDAY'S Mlnoso p Mikkelsen eo. 0bMantie
RESULTS Oiler organization as line coach. Baumann p 0000 p '.
1000 .
Ocala working hard on plans for a new sports complex Cleveland X Chicago 0 Although Baugh indicated he cWeis Fisher( p oooo 1 0 0 0Pizarra Totals 31 1 S 1 Totals 20 3/ 2 i/ e. : ; '
of baseball field, softball diamond tennis courts, swimming Baltimore 0, Kansas City 4 John P 2 0 D 0bM'N'tney a-Popped out for Terry In 7th b- ,
Minnesota 2. New York I was considering adding 1 0 0 0 Grounded out for Mikkelsen In fth. t ,
pool, etc. Financing, as always, is the immediate headache. Boston 4. Los Angeles 3 Steber, one of his New York Teals 22 141 Trials HI' 1 New Yark ................. 000 000 010-1 (( t'y. .
Ocala wants to bid for the Boston Red Sox who will switch Only games TODAY'S scheduled GAMES Titan assistants, to his staff, he Popped Walked out for for Pixarro paean In m 7ttij Tflu c-Filed b MiMMS.ta ............... 010010M-2 ':"J .

back to Florida from Arizona in 1966. Currently, Red Sox Baltimore Boston at Los at Kansas Angeles City N N ,did not rule out the possibilityof out for Fisher In lth.Chkag. E-LopeL 27-5: LOB PO-A-New-New York York i.24-Minnesota. Minnesota .-: : ..__. -: ." !

farm dubs train in the Marion Co. city. New York at Minnesota. N hiring Rymkus. ................ 1. l
Washington at Detroit. N .... ** Me WO- JB-Allison. HR M4+dur, Howard. ?rr/r\ "
Chicago at Cleveland NTOMORROW'S Rymkus was fired as head Clevellft' .........:...... 101 In 10-1 SBGoryl.BI"ey..
'\
GAMES IP H R ER BO SO "t.. .J: 4.11./
.. .
Boston at Los Angeles 2 twinight E-Alvls PD-Chicago 244 Cleveland Terry. L, 1-4 ..... 6 5 2 2 4 I """,'" ''-". -- .,'_. -
coach of the Oilers in the ,.r
Vikings Start Searching Baltimore at Kansas CIty N early 27LOB Chicago .. Cleveland 4. Mikkelsen .. .2 1' 1 1 1
; New York at Minnesota. N 1961 seasonafter coaching the 28 Hershberger* Romano. HR-Wag- Stigman W. 239 S' 1 4 1 k' < ,:
Washington at Detroit. N WP-Te-ry Stigman. U Honocnick.Runge fir'i
S-Krllick.
Chicago at Cleveland. N club to the American League nero I' HaIR II so Smith, Stewart. -2-27. A2M4f. / ;

For New General Manager NATIONAL LEAGUEW L Pet. G.. championship the previous sea- Baumam Plurro L. 5-2...-.._..1.6 1 1 3. 3. I \ Might Came
PhUa'phla 2S 15 .425 !son. The Notre Dame graduatehas Fisher .. 1 1 1 I 1 BALTIMORE KANSAS CITY .. : :' -+'I a.
San Fran. 26 17 .605 Vt Kralick W. Sl-.1 4 1 2 4 a'r h M ab r h bi -
ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS win cham St. Louis 25 20 SSZw not had a coaching job HBP By Kralick (McCraw). U AdaIr 2b 5120 TarUbull d 4 01 0Aoaricio
completed-to a Milwaukee 23 21 .553 4 since. Stevens. Valentine. Napp Rice. T-J.31. ss 4221 Causey 4132
Pittsburgh 23 21 .523 4 B rHf 1101 AJusik M 4100Stebern
(AP) The Minnesota Vikings pionship. A-&005. wens
Cincinnati 21 21 .500 S Baugh who lb 3312 Colavito rf 3100 I BEEFEATERBEEFEATER.
only Saturdaysaid
went looking for a new general That comment prompted Los Angeles 21 23..07 4 N1gM Gatn1 Robinson 3b 5 0 2. Lu c 3000
Chicago 19 22 .443 644 his assistant coaching job BOSTON LOS ANGELES Powell H 21 0 Charles 3b I1 2
manager today with Coach strong speculation Rose's resignation Houston 21 26 .447 TV* suited abrhbi akrkM dOmoli rf 0001 Edward lb 4000
Norm Van Brocklin professing may have been for- New York: RESULTSa 14 him "just fine, becamethe Kirkland cf :111 Green 2tI 4000
YESTERDAY'S club's fourth head coach in Jones Jb 3"1 tC**>* ss 4000 Brown c 4012 Monfgudo p 101 0
disinterest in handling both ced by the board of, directors, Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, rain Bressoud ss 1110 cFregosl I 0 0* Bunker p 3110 Drato'sky p 1111
Only game scheduled five seasons. Ytrze'skl cf 1111 Moran 3b 4120aMantUU Hall p 1000 aBryan 1110Handrah'n
who would not make any direct TODAY'S GAMESSt had existed for M 71 1 1 Thomas rf 3010Slwart p 0 0 0bwailams .
jobs.Bert statement on the point. Louis at Chicago Speculation lb 4122 Adcock lb 4110Con'gT 1000Gnenda
E. Rose Jr. Vikings'general Houston at New York N months that Ivy, who coachedthe kef 1111 Rodger c 4000Mabarw p 0000cMathews
.
Regardless of the motive, attention Cincinnati at Milwaukee N 3b 4 1 1 0 Kirkpatrlc .A'2' 1000Bowsffeid
San Francisco at Pittsburgh. N Oilers to both their best and 4021 1011
manager s:>ce the Clinton rf 4110Perrycf p Martini Menappreciate
turned today to whom Los Angeles at Philadelphia N Nixon C 4011 Knoop 2b 3011 Gentll* 1000Tatata ,
club's birth late, in 1960, re the Vikings would hire to TOMORROW'S GAMES worst seasons, would be re MonbYta p 2 111 cPcarKM 1000bMeRa 23107 Talato 24444 .
re St. Louts at Chicago bi 3rd 6
placed.But 1 1 i Latman p 3000Hettner -Singled for Orabowsky -
signed Monday after months of place him. Houston at New York p 0000 CSatrtano 1000Totals Struck out for Handranan bi Stit e- :,: t
that his contract Cincinnati at Milwaukee. N Oilman Adams seemed 33444 Ttat oMI' 3 Struck out for Crzanda to Tth; d-HR i itsidentifiable -
speculation Van Brocklin, in Los Angelesfor San Francisco at Pittsburgh,' N a-RM tor'Yastrxemskl in 1st* b- sacrifice fly for Powell In 9th; a-Fouled _
would not be renewed when it annual National Football Los Angeles at Philadelphia N reluctant to ,make the change. Struck out for Mon DucIUdte hi Tttii e- out for Bowsfietd bi 9th.attuner ,' -
an FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE With the start of training camp Struck out for Knoop In tmj d-Struck .. .... ..... 015 000 11 J-t
expired May 1. League coaches meeting, said, St. Petersburg W 30 L 17 Pet..422 GB. less than two months away, it out Kopp for In Latman ttn bi mu -Struck- out for Kaasa City __._,?,'.. ..112 112111-1 i
Technically, Rose, 45, re "I'm not a candidate." Van Lakeland. 27 1.600 1 had weatheredthe ColavlM. Powell Sie enL PO-A L '

signed "for personal reasons." Brocklin said he had not dis- Ft.Daytona Lauderdale Beach 35 220 19.561.545 2\3%* appeared Ivy tttur/a ....... ....... 000 020 020-1LM Baltimore Causey 27-10 and Kansas Edwards.City LOB 27-11.-Batttmore DPAIusOc -- excellence. : -
Sarasota storm. Aagalq ............_ OOP OO ooo-l: =-
That was his official reason cussed the .resignation with 23 20.535 4 t. ICCJty S.
It wasfan reaction
SBAparitio
Tampa 21 14 JJS 4 that 26-Causey. HR Causey.Apartclc. .
listed in a prepared statement. Rose, adding,. "In a way it was Miami 17 2* jn 11 caused him to Kirkpatrlck Rodger Koppe. POABoston SF-Kirkland, CimoiL M.a
Orndo Z79 15 replace Ivy, 27-4 4-et Ange4e 17-11. DP- IP H It ER BB SO a'"
However, Rose told newsmenin surprise.." YESTERDAY'S RESUL?> Adams said.Adams Knoop, Koppe and Adcock. LOB-Boston Bunker W.4-0 ... S 1.7 3 4 4 12 r! THE IMPORTED ONEEEFEATER "
whether 5araso1a .. Daytona Beach I 4, Los Angeles 7. Halt ,...,.323: I 0 0 0 2
response to a query of Named acting general man Lakeland 11, Fort Lauderdal I said he decided JB-Moran. HR Stuart. SB-Yastrum- Montcagudo L.M2V14 4 4 2 .,3 .- GIN
he had remorse over until Miami 7. Tampa 4, akL Dratowsky .... 2 U 2 2 2' .
any ager a general managercan St. Petersburg: Orlando 1 abruptly over the weekend to IP M R ERIBSOMonbovquett Handrahm ..... 2 It 032Grzenda
leaving the Vikings: be appointed was Edwin TOMORROW'S GAMES make a change dictated by the .. 6 1 :1: 3 1 1Hetflrr ,.r%..,.. 2 1 1 00 i 1 ,
Daytona Beach at Sarasota W. 4-1 .. 3 1 1 1 1lahnan. BowsnXd ....... J 2 S 2 l' 1 64 KOOF 100% CWJN NCUTXAL+ VISITS -FROM. HGUVQ fit KOBKMO. K.Y..t .
,"I'm sorry I'm leaving before Martini, Duluth attorney who is Orlando at St. Petersburg .. fans reaction to Ivy's W"season U 2-4 .. 1 4 2 2 7 WP-Orabowtky 2. Handrahan. U-Hwr.
the job I came to do'is the Vikings' general counseL Tamp Lakeland at at Miami/ Fart Lauderdale' last year. T-JJ4.A-1UJ U-McKMey QiyUk, Soar Salerno.' A-4J18.ley. Flaherty,' CorrfeM ,.Halle'. ..T-JJ1.<- .. ::. .



J- .
s' .



.- ..- -- < ". "'..-. ... .. ....H __> -.' --' ......... .
r. rsee.w+w.s. a.



T cw- '". --i '.' v v... ,'--,,-. !! ,.f' ->t-'T.'''' ',,,," "1"1". : -, ''!IIJ:>l''. ., :'' '1 '.:' .s -...., ;t' '-., ....". r
...
"'"
n "


10 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 2, ?--II' r
-
I : !
18-YEAR.QLD LEN :

'=
Northern Dancer I i i7th"

,. ti \lauonGOLF }

Bayer ComingBy


: Hill Rise A nd ?? t DOWNHILL PUrriNG .... --

JIM VAN VALKENBURG school game. Ken Boyer of St. .320 AverageHe

: 1e Moe-c 3-1 U-f'1 KANSAS CITY (AP) Len Louis is regarded as one of the I has the arm, the speet

By BOB GREEN I pected for Saturday's running are expected for the longest of &REENG< FROM A130VE Boyer, the seventh and last of game's top third basemen. He'sa and fielding range needed for
TUB WOUB: OCCUR baseball's Boyer brothers .300 hitter with an the big leagues. His high school
of the Belmont Stakes.At the Triple Crown series.It -MROU&H\ A says power, I
NEW YORK (AP) -Northern the moment, only the gal- RATHER:: -THAN F&AK1 AN "I think I can make the majors I I outstanding fielder with a great; batting average this spring was

Dancer has done such a con lant Dancer and his chief rival, will be the smallest field AC.1'UAt.H'Y GlOINCIl'OO OF THE in two or three years then go arm. I .320.

vincing job on the first two legs California's Hill Rise, are en- since Count Fleet swept to a 25- PAS BALL-T 1W CUP.1HLS FAA to college in the winter." Fielding Equal The first four Boyer boy

of the Triple Crown that the tered for the 1-mile test. No length. victory in 1943, opposedby S 4i GAUGoEi6r SOME The blond 18-year-old infielder Clete Boyer is consideredKen's ; signed with the Cardinals. Cloyc
F'LAYegsto e-A&IS-UP graduated from Alba, Mo., fielding equal at the same:
smallest field in 21 years is ext more than two or three' others only two others. S ON THE STROKE: AND was the first to reach the
t t. Ave &flU A TK1CKYPOWNHIU High School May 12. Since then,. position with the Yankees, is a majors in 1949 as a pitcher,

Northern Dancer, E. P. Taylor's ?GCON he has worked out with the I .250 hitter but hits long ball and He's now the minor leagui
i Cardinals in St. Louis and with clutch. I
is dangerous in the
for the Yankees
little Canadian pitching tutor ,
courageous
Citizens Nibsforth Uf., NVH Yttfc Yw&rn vA: Most IjasebaS Gunk
people
and
I :colt, hustled to a neck victoryover Baltimore Drives in Xansas ETayne was next, Chen Ken
K (7 MO5t'tMPi7RTAU'f fen vrffl sign watt titter tte I Lynn now a high school coach
Hill Rise in
the favored
-'fa City, hoping to get a pro con- Yanks or Cardinals but Leo' at Walker Mo. l
,
the Kentucky Derby, then con ,; GEt'fNE eAroWf.,1 tract.
'IV -44HOLE.AND himself isn't talking. I The Yankees got No. 5, CSele,
Central firmed it with a sparkling 3 Sixteen
-TVII6 major league scouts "Clete wants me to go to college in a trade after he signed with!:
length triumph in the Preak- REQUIRES AFIRAzI watched him in a recent high :
first Len said "but I
GON1'1NUING11"ROKe. the A's, then signed Ron, now a
ness, the first two jewels on -:' rfESNK want to play pro ball first." I third baseman for the'New Ybtk

Citizens Bank pushed over I I'I Smith, Life Underwriters blanked thoroughbred racing's Triple tiIAVEIt Prep Pitcher Len worked out at. third base farm club at Shelby,N.C.,

three runs in the bottom Kirkpatrick & Pierson_ 12-0 on Crown. !?&;;eg FH M.HARP. .1OSE with the Orioles Monday night, Len said all six before..him

sixth for a narrow 10-9 Dixie Tommy Wilson's no-hit pitching And if his would-be rivals Gets $75,000KANSAS at shortstop with the Yankees signed at the age of, 18. .Lynn

l League win over North Central in a Rebel game at City needed ,any further convincing, ....NA.-rtJgAu.Yt Friday and Saturday."I and Wayne later attended col
in Midget League Park and Firemen won from YOU PON'TWANT t,4IU'1 feel better at shortstop,"
Baptist a the grandson of Native Dancer
'I Lana Sudden Service Oil, 9-2, in a fO GO 'I 'fP- CITY (AP-Johnny Len said.
baseball game at Sidney Western battle at Littlewood.The provided it Monday in a spar FAR; PMnj puA3FOOTUP Lee Odum, 19-year-old Macon, Len is 6-foot-2, 175 pounds

ier. American League game kling workout at Belmont, going NPSA ru-cr 150 f Ga., high school pitcher soughtby and moves like the Boyer broth-

;' In other contests, Moose was unreported.With I 1% mills in 2 minutes, 41-5 sec-. MUCH EAS1gR f 1THAN 19 major league clubs, was ers. He also played basketball, lege.NEW

; downed Carlos Hope Electric, two out in the sixth for onds. "JU"NIU6K.A :3'fOCrtNicklaus. ,t signed by the Kansas City Ath- the only other sport available at

: 6-2, in a National clash at Kirby Citizens Bank, Randy Roberts Well Pleased r13A letics Monday night for a $75- Alba, enrollment 76 students.He F

raced home with the winning' Horatio Luro, Northern Dana 000 bonus. was the team's, top scorer

;i, run when he realized time had' er's trainer, was. so wen (....... Odum, a ,6-foot, 175-pound and rebounder.The from
.......
-
f. er""+ +r.MLt>wa eo.a Negro fast-bailer, was signed of the scouts
not been called on a close pleased he indicated the colt consensus 4

Plumbers WESTERN Union Firemen LEAGUE ,play at the plate., The catcher may not blow out later in the shortly after graduation cere- attempting to sign the youngest MOrMIWII.:
ab. r' ab r h monies at Ballard Hudson he'll make the
at the mound week. High Boyer is that
was pitcher's
j C. Newc' e rf 1 0 0 P Parker If 110 26"
I' Rider
WarnIck e 2 0 Combs It. 111 with the balL Burns School in Macon. j majors if he can hit. Sports ,
Van W'klepss 31 0 Brogdon If 100 "I figured he would go the
Scrafford ess 31 0 Scarlet If 100
t Preston c2t 301 Weaver rf 400 Three Hits fl i miles in about 1:52: and
Roberts 3b 300 Spr'gf c 311 Tom White had three hits in around 2:06 "
looked for IVi in ,
J' Stewart 2brf 300 Butler 2b 32 3
SUm'rl'n Ib 3 01 R. Parker p 3 2 3Payne as many tries, including two Luro said.
cf 200 Clardy Ib 303 Par With 67
r' Sanders If 000 Denfcin 3b 3 0 0W.N'c'be home runs, for the losers. He "I thought he went very nicely Up III IIIi V I' s+ t
G ?
If 100 Davis cf 111
II '
also pitched a four-hitter. y
Kattke If 100 Krego cf 200 The work should set him up
Cello If 000 Mlllican 3b 111 Wilson also helped his own
Reid 3b 200 just right for the Belmont. I am COLUMBUS, Ohio (CAP-) annual National Golf Day, held
;, Totals 2].2 3 Totals 2t f 13 cause with two hits while brother confident he will be ready for
Plumbers Union 000 101-2 Jack Nicklaus, professional last Saturday.
'., Firemen 250 JOx-t, Sandy matched that and the weekend." '
REBEL LEAGUE Long had three safeties for the Controversial Bill Hartack, golf's leading money winner, Amateur golfers, who paid $1 i 'yh G' f l! d 4'it '
Klrkpatrkk ft Prs. Underwritersabrh
tl Pelt 3008. Long ab. 111 r"I winners. who guided the Dancer to his has all but cemented the favor each to play on National Golf i II tllu J I:' I4I S,,I only

I Mote 300 Hender 100 ,Five runs in the fifth inning Derby and Preakness triumphs, ite's role for the PGA's 46th Day, needed a four-under-par ?,. ,,1,,,
Davis 3 0 0 D. Duncan 200 $36995The
Casey 300 Harrell 2 0 1 brought Moose from behind for will ride again as the dainty, championship tournament here score, with handicap, on their
B. Leop'rd 200 Franklin 2 01 its win over Carlos Hope. Win- II ,,pfir ,
Thompson 200 Swllson 41 2 short-striding Dancer seeks the next month. favorite courses to earn certificates I I''ICI ll )I ll ultimate lawn mowing

Thomas 1 100 0 0 S.Duncan Casey 200 1 1 0Pembt'n ning pitcher Quintero' gave first triple since Citation in The 24-year-old hometown Idol from the PGA indicating pl.I luxury. Cuts a full 26*
Mokler 200 Weems 100 only two hits, struck out 13 and 1948. In the 88-year history of .
tested the Columbus Country swathS .. powered by a
they "beat the
U 200 Hunt 110 champ.
Tompson led his team with three hits in
T. Wilson 442 the series, it's been done only Club with I 'y ,
course impressive re- I I jl) s I n .4 full 4 or 5 HP engine.
The
Long 4 1 3 tries. money they dished out
Rogers 411 as many eight times. sults Monday, beating Julius ,
Poole Peppin 210 Two In First El Peco Ranch's Hill Rise, ,Boros by four strokes in a along with Monday's receipts
210 from the
Nicklaus-Boros
Davis 100 Firemen scored two in the who will be ridden by Willie "Round of Champions'1 match match,
I Totals 22 II Totals, J4 1211Klrkpatrkk goes to the PGA for distributionto
Plerson 000 000-0 I first and five in,the second en Shoemaker, also had a 2:041.5 Defending PGA king Nicklaus various
Underwriters. NATINAL LEAGUE osj llx-12 route to their handy win. R. workout, at Aqueduct. Like toured the 6,851-yard par 34-36 ties. projects and chari

U MMM Carlos Hope Parker struck out 10, pitcheda Northern Dancer, Hill Rise fin- -70 layout in fine fashion"with!
abrh ab hAAcDavld
3b 1 01 Bennett If 400 r three-hitter and went 3for3at ished strongly. The fractionswere a 34-33 57. Boros, the National

Martin McGee ss 2b 320 2 0 0 Jones Bishop 1 b cf 310 201 the bat. Butler and Clardy nearly the same. Open champion, was one over In Florida have No Automotive-type belts, no chains.drive 3 speeds train.

Daughtery Quintero p If 313 30 Brown Folson p 300 111 also had three hits each for the No other starters are definitefor with a 36-35-71. people a forward, one reverse.
C
I. wnrms'n rf 1 0 0 Register rf 200 winners. I the $125,000-added attractionat Nicklaus says It probably will RRi1.iiSSS; ; :
for and
taste
good living BUDGET TERMS!
Whitney c 300 Janes 2b 100
Frbr cf 311 Bray ss 000 Today's games: Aqueduct but Harbor View take a 275 total to win the July : ; _
Dees Ib 211 Hale 3b 200 Brother winner 3-19 events.
National Lions vs. Ches- :Farm's Roman JIMVOYLES
Hope 3b 100 Don'lds'n rf 100 jj
y Trimmer' 3b 000 Denny 2b 000 nut's Kirby Smith; American, I of the Jersey Derby last weekend But Boros, despite losing by JIM BUM ;
Und rWd 2b 01 3"
Ow. Smith 2b 0 0 0
,'' Wright rf 2 0 0 R. Smith IS 2 0 0t Baptist D. O. W. vs. Gaines-I is considered almost certain four strokes, said he thought a FUTURA
Hillis 3b 100 272 or 273 could take the tourney -
Totals 21 < S Totals 22 2 2 ville Building Trades; Western, to go. Full Size AboyeGroundSWIMMING The World's Finest Bourbon APPLIANCES & TV
t Carlos Mos Hope 00OS 010 010*--2 :Sudden Service vs. University Other possibles include Her- if the weather is good. POOLS 419 H.W. 8th Are.

DIXIE LEAGUE City Kiwanis; Dixie, Johnson bert Allen's Determined Man, "Fine Shape""This From $1149 -plutfrtiaht Phone 372-5303
since is of the f fK
No. Central abrh Bapt. Citizens Bank ab: r h '& Faris vs. First Federal; Rebel who finished with a dull effortin course is in fine shape," and Installation 1795 part scene.
Nixon 401 Young 2b 400 Boros told newsmen after the SUDDEN SERVICEOIL Open Friday Tri 9 P.M.
Flake c ss 400 H'ndrson 3b 3 3 1 Gainesville Shopping Center the Jersey Derby. Reginald CO. HOOF KKTim J7WCHT IOU_ KHBHT DSHUO AN9WITia \ ,t1J:: :..."" -
match. "I wasn't too happy "
I
White p 3 3.3 Roberts p 220 Florida Pest Control. Webster's National is considered -- -
vs. <6-4404<; IT IK JAMS I. TEAM BSTIUKS: C CO..CUUUMT,KAM.ft.
2b 201 221 been
Fender Crosby ss with my putting. I haven't
Home 2b 212 Gassett. p,1b 2 2 1 pik up 6 ptPitchers an outside chance to enter. "
Tufnofn Ib 200 Green e 300 putting well this year.
Van P'p'nglb 2 2 1 Berry If 300 to .
The stars were dueling
Adklns cf 210 Daniel Cobb rf 21 1 pro
Smith Cf 1 0 1 T. Roberts cf 200 set the target score for the 13th
Hoffman 3b 110 David Cobbcf; l' 0 in SpotlightIn
Swalle 3b 000
Cauthere cf 111 I
Wood If 200
Lee rf 101 Softball
Geiger rf 201 : Business
Totals f 12 Totals II 4
No. Central 111 10)- f
Citizens Bank 104 001-11jCarlon I Sparkling mound efforts mark- Williams and Avery; Shore i L DRi R

ed Business League softball and Floyd.
.
at City Park last night. CLEANING -
Wins games
Road Prison 300 OCD 0-3 8
Publix scored an 11-0 win
G'ville Gas 010 003x-4 2 REPAIRING"We
over General Electric as M.1 Goodlet and Edwards Durden
Softball Hall hurled no-hitter for the ;
jln a _
winners. Gainesville Gas Co. and Davis. Rod i
GE 00100-10
HIGH SPRINGS Carlon edged Road Prison 4-3 although Publix 123 5x-118'' Them Out" v

scored 9-2!} softball win getting only two hits off losing '
a over Tyde and Nero; Hall and
Motor Block
TV
Howard's
hurler Goodlet.
Fort White in a High Springs ry. Cur-'I
blanked Hav-A-Tampa 54)) as W. FlushedWe
League game last night. Williams spun a fivehitter.In Sunnyland 200 001 0-3

Billy Godwin paced the victors Sunland 000 131 x-5 5 2 Pick-Up & Deliver

he hurled threehitter other games, Post Office Morgan and Watson; Kent and : : .
as a -
nipped Penn Chem 6-5 on a run Tierney. RADIATOR SHOP Just $7 2
struck out 14 and led the a month
attack with a home run and i in the sixth inning, Utility Department -Utility Dept. 408 24-18 8 1 White Electric more'
crushed Medical Students -Med Students 106 018 4 4
double.
18-8 and Sunland Training Sapp, Box and Melton; Ben- & Battery

The victory was Carlon's,Center downed Sunnyland Pack- nett, Chetnut and Puppelo, Fisher. -

second in three starts. Four ing, 53.Hall Service ..

runs in the fifth made the dif led the Publix attack Penn Chem 320 000 0-5 7 3 'NY '4P !; -3i i; ., .-.r.'-.. -_ --'

ference. with two singles. Paul McAr- Post Office 500 001 x-6 61 118 N.W. 8th Ave. -
.
thur had a pair of safeties for Joyce and Poore; Hall and FR 2-8581 .w -.wts
Tonight's games will send I .
Howard's TV as did Keene for Thomas.. I -
North Florida Telephone Co.
losing Hav-A-Tampa. H. Buchanan -
against Rebels at 8 o'clock and '
had a triple and singlefor
Southeast Transformers meet
losing Sunnyland while R. LIMITED TIME ,
Spurs at 9:15. SPECIAL!
Melton led Utility Departmentwith ONLY!
Fort White 020 000 0-2 3 two singles and a home run

Carlon 011 241 x-9 8 and M. McNair had a homer Air-Conditioning Unit

Tuner and Devoe; Godwin and singles for Med Students. B. .

Bruce.In !Hall topped Post Office witha ..
Plot
double and two singles. K. Installed 265 Tox

12 National Basketball Association Joyce had two hits for Penn .

playoff games last season :Chem. md up
San Francisco's'WilfCham- I Howard's TV 101 200 1-5 4

berlain. averaged 34.7 points a Hav-A-Tampa 000 000 0-0 51 i

I
-

;


r'-THINK OOODYEARS COST MORE"

TRY THIS BIG BUYI

Famous Nylon

All-Weather "42'

\\ with TUFSYN Hard to believe. But true. This full-size OOAA
t Chrysler Newport is priced less
3-T Nylon cord fives this tire
greater strength than other econo I han $7 a month than
my-line tires. And Tufsyn b the more a Chevy Impala or Ford Galaxie 500.* And

toughest rubber Goodyear has vr-
used in- II I it's equipped the way you want it: V-8 engine. Power steering. Power

(70x15 BUck WellS I j jI
NOW 79S Tube Type PIUs I brakes. Automatic
transmission. Radio. Heater. The
JUST Tu and Rec works! Come in. Welltake
able Tire

WfelUwalls only&00 aon Custom units available OB most fate models-Ford. your order tad p. ...Pgms.ts... H _..arSE Z&d8diq;, '. :...,L1..m.c-.. prlese,taf..a eI amspwDly'2eee3 .....".,.. 4-4oor tud.eo, %
Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Valiant aqr ht+reas -.d fatQftsoe,

INSTANT CREDIT To Holders ef Nor. Credit Cords ,, and others. SEE; YOUR CHRYSLER DEALER-THE BEST OF THE BIG CAR MEN+t tAfmm110eefwse

Financing AvailableHawesPowers

I -/ W I CHRYSLERHAWESPOWERS nweascaro .,..

GAS WELL j Motor Co. I II I I MOTOR

I AIR CONDITIONING CENTER i I I CO.

All .Makes and Models Serviced"
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT IMPERIAL -
204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561 204 N. MAIN ST. SIMCAFR
114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489 i 2.256
.
..

: : fI. .' '''!\ '. -... r_.-:- -- - .
i

a.. 1 iL.




a .. ....-- -- .- -- .. -' ---_. -- -. '- C
.
w- ,- __. ___ ._- : .... -.;..-.-----; .-- L .. ,. 4.; .



--- -
.
- - -. ,,"
-- :
: -- -- -. ,-:- : ----T-T---------: .--- --- ; '
- -
---- *
i--] (

I ,

. I
t c

1 I!

-f .. i. Tuesday, June 2, 1964 Gainesville Sun 11




r,i )J f. J' BUSINESS' : -,. MARKET REPORT L ., ; I' Chiefland Fete Biggest 'I


I) '-"'" '-"" j

: r. REVIEW =t-- I f CHIEFLAND Chiefland's be preceded by a program of' ceived from Congressman Mat al elect 1 I

t annual Watermelon Festival entertainment. I' thews, Secretary of State Tom The Chiefland Watermelon l
I r scheduled June 13, is "shapingup" Reigning the festivities
,over
I Adams, Commissioner of Agriculture -Festival is one of the biggest ,i
the biggest and best in until she her
as
relinquishes
crownto
Doyle Conner, State annual events of Levy County.
: the 13 year history of the her successor will be the '''j
; COMSAT Makes Conservation Director Randolph I Last year, a record attendance ;
event, according to general 1963 Susan Lewis of Wil
=IT FLASHES queen, :
Hodges, State Sen. Etter Usher I of around 5,000 persons was re
chairman Donald Quincey.And liston.' Her successor will be I
of the 21st _District, Levy County -corded. That many celebrants,

the "shaping up"-includesthe crowned by. Congresman D. R. Rep. Frank Marshburn and and more, are expected to show ;

j NEW YORK (AP) Wall Street was preoccupiedwith Debut on Market entry of many lovely candi- (Billy), Matthews Earl Faircloth, attorney gener-: up in Chiefland this June 13. !

roads backtracked from Rail-I the initial offering of five I dates in the watermelon ,queen The festival will get under .1

rally of the previous million shares of the Communi-- contest, one of the major eventsof way on. June 13 with free movies -

the stock market moved irregu cations Satellite Corp. Great demand Jfr m fork mtmt fetch any premium. Underwriters the festival. at the Chiefland Theatre at
million I repeately have stressedthe 10 ajn. There will be a con- I SEE j jI.
larly lower early this afternoon. for the stock was reported NEW YORK-Five by
Latest entries include Melba
j| Trading was moderate. among small investors and shares of Communications risks inherent in a Company tinuous program of games, en-
Jean Morgan, 17, daughter of tertainment and speech mak-
with no earnings or div
; Losses of key stocks went from the big board to the over- Satellite 'Corporation are being
idends in immediate view.A Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morgan, ing at the city park.
market where offered to the public today at I 1
from fractions to a point or so. the counter
of Chiefland; Dorothy Jean 'Another festival highlight, the
New York Central was down "Comsat" is traded. It sold, at $20 a share and trading will total of '10 million shar:3 I. I
Dicks, 17, whose parents are always sparkling parade, will .theS1NI'
well over a point and Pennsyl- a premium of a few points over begin thereupon in the over-i is being- sold in the $200 million -Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Dicks of begin at 3 p.m. under the direction -

vania Railroad. lost about a the $20 offering price, then the-counter marketThis I financing. Half of the II
\ Chiefland; Drucilla Hodge, 17, of parade chairman Hardy ,
point following news that the 'eased below its peak price. sale by, a 'massive underwriting stock, or,5 million shares, was I J. L. Piker 915 NE
and
syndicate will be, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Lee Dean. Float Justice Department still objectsto Losses exceeding a point were : spoken for last week by 163- of Cross and Ann Ave. and
touched off around the countryby Hodge City; for 'a total of $175 in prize Accident Roundup Donald M. Tucker, !
,their planned merger. !shown by Woolworth and American registered representatives companies in the communications -Hunter, 16 year-old daughterof money. Involved in accidents reported Eau Gallie, in parking lot at

The trend in the rail group Airlines. Polaroid and Con- telephoning their customers.The industry. The American Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter Also during the afternoon by the Gainesville Police 1100 NE Eighth Ave. at 12:01

was unevenly lower. trol Data were 1-point losers.:. limit is 50 shares a customer Telephone and Telegraph Company of Morriston. there will be the traditional big Department and Alachua Coun- pjn. Sunday.
the world's
Elsewhere in the list, frac IBM recouped more than 4 but allotmentswill largest corporation All in all, about 25 entries in melon contests and auction and ty Sheriff's office in the past 24
typical
will become the big- Stafford Sapp, 715 NW Seventh
tional.gains.and losses predominated the contest the of iced down melon
are expected
queen serving hours were:
Xerox added 1.
points. run 15 or 20 shares in most holder of COMSAT Ave., and Herman Henry
with no particular group gest single from all over the state. Entriesare to. festival visitors. Buddy Christopher D. Hager, 42
cases. allocation of Block 1100 NE 16th St. at NW
eitheri.toLJhe: plus or minus : The Dow Jones industrial average -I with an 2,895,750 still being taken and may Clarke will auction off the mel- .Buckman Hall, whose parked ,
that T. Fourth Ave. and First St. at
-r shares. This A.
side. The -averages were depressed at noon was down 1.50 to The demand has been are- means be made by getting, in touch ons, with the proceeds going to 'car was struck by George Moss,
I & will invest inworld's 12:15 yesterday.
J by some fairly sharp 817.06. mendous and some Wall T. $57,195,000 with Mrs. Nona Howard, Mrs. the local Lion's Club, sponsorof 115 NW 20th Drive, in the 100 p.m.
J. Desch ArcherRd.
the first, commercial Hugo 3860
:2* losses by scattered blue chips. Prices were mixed on the Streeters are guessing that the Martha Howard or Mrs. Helen the festival. block of NW 20th Drive, at 9:15 .
venture.A at SW Second Ave. and
1C The Associated. Press average American Stock Exchange. stock may begin trading in the space house Usher in Chiefland.The Many state notables are expected p.m., Sunday. Sixth St.

:* oLflOLstocks. noon was off 1.3 Corporate bonds were irregu open market as high as $24. typical brokerage queen pageant will be the to be on hand to add to David Peck, 4127 NW 10th St., James yesterday.R.
said he had Sapp, Newberry
2 at m5--wWrindustrials-,2.1, i lar. U.S. government bonds However, there is no guar salesman Monday climaxing event of the daylong the glitter and pomp of the occasion -and Robert B. Weir, Ashtabula, and Richard R. Jeter :,
shares of COMSATand Apopka,
received 50
:; rails off .9 and utilities off .3. showed little change. antee that,COMSAT shares .willReaders' watermelon festival. It will be Quincey said definite Ohio, at' NW 13th St. and Seventh -
,.? : was parceling this out at 9:01 a.m. yesterday in the
in the high school gym and will commitments have been re- Ave. at 5:24 p.m. Friday.'GRANDPA' .
.1I among three different custo- 500,block of SW Fourth Ave.


I Request mers.For the last three and a half:. *, EVENT IN 19TH YEAR SE Edward 45th Place Jerome, and a Trimm parked, auto 210- I

I weeks, the public has been owned by Albert Higgins,

placing indications of ,interest 1430 SE 4th St., in the 200

I V "" with brokers for the stock. If Sets FestivalDwight block of SE 4th St. at 5:37 p.m.

_:: .Urh"following:: ,market quotations II I the demand holds strong, COM- Newberry I yesterday.

...- .of r.'the requested-Sun financial' apeclfkally page..by The readers quotaSTOCK LISTINGS SAT will find itself with 100,. I Albert Molina, 1230 NW 4th

-:.'tiM$: ire, furnished b.YPierce. II I 000 or more shareholders virtually Place, and a tree at SW 9th St.
NEWBERRY Plans for the 'night, June 19, with an added Sullivan. The queen

: ,Wulbern,:Murpheyt overnight.An annual Newberry Watermelon event this year, an amateur candidates will be honored at and 8th Ave. at 5 a.m. Friday.
I Mrs. Irene Bunnell 3960 SW
advantage of buying the ,
18 Festival call for a two-day show. a supper prior to the contest.
Martin _' 1.00
---- 1st Ave. and Ruth
i Black, 620
stock at the offering price is
event this and it will be Kay Wright, the reigning
I Mead 1.70 47% year Events on Saturday (June
Corp
; NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE TODAY'S DOW JONES that the customer no com- NW 37th St., about noon Fridayin
pays and better" than will her
"bigger ever, include queen, crown succes-
will kiddie
Merkd .72 34% 20)) contests,
818.56 I Indust. I Off 1.50 a parking lot at W. Univ. Ave.
mission. He simply $20 a
f NatlAirL.---- 47 pays according to Johnny Mack rides,. a baby parade, water sor as the finale to the con- and 37th St.Norman .

Allied ,Chem -. 1.80 534 NY Cent ._ .50g 37% 207.16 I Rails I Off .49 is share allotted for as by many the broker.shares as he Brown, commander of the sponsoring melon cutting, big melon con-i test.Bee Bill Crumpton Jr.,

2.00 86V. Nia M Pow -. 2.00 52 140.03 I Util I Off .43 : Once the stock begins trad- Newberry American test and auction, a barbecue Allen, Box 451, Newberry, 2785 SE 24th Place, and Johnnie
_
Amerada Pt 1.16b 40% NorfolkV 6.00 132% 289.92 I Stocks I Off .63 ,ing over-the-counter, prices Legion Post. supper, a stage.show in the festival -is accepting baby parade en Daniel Heathcoat, 949 SE FourthSt.

Am Elc Pow 60 NoIndPS 1.48 55* 'will reflect demand for the This will be the 19th year for building, followed by the tries. This event is scheduled to ., in the 400 block of W. Univ.
Enka 1.44a 4,310,000 I Volume I 1,770,000PacNWTele i
Amer No Nat Gas 1.80 56% must the Newberry Festival, whichis climaxing event, the queen start at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Ave. at 3:40 p.m. yesterday.
Amer Hone --------- 1.44a 67 stock. Moreover; buyers often called the
-- Olin Math 1.20 43% "grandpa"of contest. festival building. There will Breaking and EnteringThe
AmerMFdy .90 21 Jf.a ,Owens II G 2.50 98" 22% I pay a brokerage commissionfor such events in the state. It Entries for the queen contest -be three age groups-6 monthsto following attempted or 4
in the
Armco Stl -__ 3.00 71% Pac G & E '_ 100 31% Philips Elec 41* shares purchased so- is scheduled to start Friday are being received by 2 years, 2-4 years and 4 successful breakins were reported -
1.20a 314 called "after market.
Atch Topka ., Pac Lting 2.60 60% Redwing Carriers _' 1131TUe COMSAT stock has been I years. There will be a $1 entry within the past 24 hours:
23% approved -
.36
Baxter Lab -.- PacT&T 1.20 30% Group 7% fee and children who have
Civitan Hosts Gov The home of Juanita Clayton,
the New
for
t Beckman In 54 48% Pan Amer A .............. 1.20 70% Sperry R. Wts. 7 York Stock listing Exchange on but no Deputy : rr ached their fifth birthdayat 1534 NE 1st Ave. Screen on

BeeehUS1.10 Parke Dav 1.00 29% Syntex 87 not Mrs. Allen
eligible
back
door cut, prowler ran off.
654 date has been set for the
Bristol My --- .80 Pennzoil 2.00 77% Tampa Elec 24% yet saU""
As Dinner Fetes Prospects The home of Leroy Purvis,
3.40 90% admission of the shares to big
.
Shoe
Tech Measur
Brown
Pfizer .80a 45% 18 i board trading.Government. .A- Dan Allen, Newberry, festival Waldo. Joseph Gardner, a Wal-
Brunswick 9 Dg 3.00 65% TWAWLS- 23% I is entriesin
Phelps manager, accepting do farm worker arrestedin
was
Cambell S 2.40 36% agencies have The Gainesville Civitan Club 1, and Thomas R. Hanssen, immediate
---- Valspar 8
Polaroid .20 135%
-
the amateur show which the vicinity and charged with
Carter Pdt 40 17% issued warnings to communIcations -entertained prospective members past president.
PubSvEG.1.30 37%
MUTUAL FUNDS starts at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, the breakin.
Case J I _-_ 164 Pure Oil ._ ___ 1.60 50 companies against and their wives a din- June 19. The contest is to The home
254 -- > Affiliated Fund 8.83 speculating in the stock. The Carroll presented the local open of Brooker T. Lewis -
Cessna Ohio Air _-.. --- 4.00 1.00 77% Rayonier _'_ 1.00 35% Capital Life & Gr 10.10 over-subscription by these ner last night at the HolidayInn. with a District Deputy Governor persons 13 years of age or old- 607 SE 12th St., between noon

Ches Rexall _- .50b 44% er. Musicians, singers dancers, and 10:30 Sunday. Access
-
Divers Growth. p.m.
9.90 carriers has boosted
31% ---------- common banner which the club will
CoasSGas---- Reyn Metl _-. .50 37, Dividend Shares comedians and others with any gained through a window, and
3.75 interest in buying COM
CBS 1.00 46% Rich Merr _-_ 1.00 40% public Also present for, the occasionwas retain during Dr. Rothwell'sterm kind of entertainment talent are food was missing from a re
Dreyfus 20.10 SAT. '
Comb Eng 1.20 27 R C Cola 1.20 71 Cecil B. Carroll of Jackson- of office. invited to enter. frigerator.

Cone Mills _._ .80 19% Roy Dutch _._ 1.00 44% Fidelity Capit 11.44 Investors generally seem ville, deputy, governor of the !
Fidelity Fund 17.89 motivated by unusual mix-
.40 24 an '
Cont AIr
Gd
Searle .90 63Jf.a Florida District of Civitan In-
2.20 55% Fidelity Trend 18.91 ture of patriotism and hopedfor -
Contl Ins
Singer 2.00 91% ternational and the 1964-65
..__. 108% Fund'tal Invest _.- 10.92 : capital gains in purchasing go-'
Data
Contrl Smith Kin 1.20a 59% ernor elect. Carroll will be County Agents ImportantTo
-
_
Pdts 1.50 61% Income of Boston 8.36 COMSAT shares. Many prospective -
Corn -
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% I suvveeded as deputy governorby
_ _
Incporated Inc 9.90 buyers speak of "put-
GDelta Air 1.60 84 St. Oil Cal _'_ 2.00 61% Dr. Donald R. Rothwell of
._ .60 15 Keystone K-% --- 5.54 I ting away a few shares for the
Del Steel Std. Oil Ind. 200b 80 the Gainesville Club.
El 1.00 42% Keystone 5-3 16.49 children." One Wall Street j
Emerson Sterl Drug .70 28 Spreading Ag Gospel
---- -
-- S-4 __.._ 4.74 broker somewhat far-
Fair Camera .50g 24 Texas, Util 1.28 58% Keystone more Robert E. Hancock, presidentof
Finan'l Fed 53 Textron 1.60 44% Life Investors 20.49 sighted, said he intended to the local club, .explained the --

Fst Chartr ___- 1.97f 374 tidewater __ __ 28% We Stock Fund 7.98 purchase five shares for eachof I qualities of an individual which I By BUZZ MKSON
----- ---- >
Fla. E Cst. .- 14% Trans W A 40% Mass. Inv Stock 16.52 his grand-children. the club looks for in its search Sun Area Editor

Food Fair .-. ---. .90 24% Union Pac: _'_ 1.80a 46 Mass. Inv Growth_ 8.73 COMSAT is not expected to i for new members. He also call-
Pioneer Fund 9.60 satellite in full The Agricultural Extension
FMC Corp .--'_ 1.00 56% Und Air L 1.50b 52% place a system ed upon various members for
----- Service
45% Puritan Fund _- 9.58 operation until late 1967. Satellites -comments on the club's activi- which came into being
Frito Lay -- Upjohn 1.00 53%
Tele .88 32 Putnam Growth 15.66TV will orbit around the blobe ties, projects and contributionsto with passage of the SmithLeverAct
Gen Jim Walter
-- 1.00 30%
--- 8 1914 has
on May just
& Elec 8.04 and telecommunicationsbetween
Ga Pacif ._- l.OOb 64 War Lamb .70 29% relay the community.,
cele-
Value Line Inc 5.541 stations on the earth's Hancock completed a month-long
Getty Oil _- .lOg 233'4. Worthintn 1.50 39 Assisting were Harry
-
bration of its anniver-
Grace Co ____ l.OOb 574 Xerox _'_ 108% I Wellington Fund 15.03 surface. C. Edwards, Lt. Gov. of Zone sary. golden

Hel Curtis_- .80 18% Zenith 1.20a 68%

IBM 5.00 473% The Florida Agricultural Extension -

Int Min C _- l.SOa 744 OVER THE COUNTERNEW YOUR MONEY'S WORTH \ Service, with headquar. ---

Int TeleLehman -.- -- 1.00 55% YORK (APTh following bid tens at the University of Florida them teaching 4-H Club members the Levy County Rural Area Development ,

Kellogg .- -. .80a 44% ind asked quotations supplied by the ([and, in'fact,,a part of the Uni- many' things, from pub- Council, an .tiC 1 v e j
CP _. 1.47e 29% National Association of Securities Dealers versity) joined in this nationwide worker in the
Inc. do not represent actual transactions lic speaking to tractor driving.Vou'll Levy County
Litton In 1.98f 61% but art the NASD's House Service celebration by bringing Chamber of Commerce, Bron.
S .. 1.00 22% estlmlt'l 'Profession''z the of Extension work
Lone em of the range within which ; 4'4J story to find them advising the son Lion's Club, Cattlemen's

Marsh Fid ._- 1.60 42% ties could have been sold (bid) or! .. the people ,by way of 'newspaper farmers on latest agricultural 'Association and is secretary of ,I
bought (asked) I stories radio and '
:
messages techniques: from application of
Alico Land __,, the Suwannee River Livestockand
7
: editorials.And .
Late Morning Amer Fidel Life --- 23%I By Sylvia Porter fertilizer to use of chemical Fair Association. In this

Amer Heritage __ 25* I so I take this occasion to weed killers,and pesticides. Andas latter capacity, he is the prime '.
N. Y. .1 This month, several hundred At the time the ofunemplo111ent the fast growing need changes in techniques and
Listing Amer Mat Ins ... 21 same rate answer pay personal tribnte to the promoter and planner of the
women are graduating from and for[ trained personnel centers seed varieties are developedwith
Amer Pioneer Life 7 job shiftingin : "field men, the "visiting pro annual Suwannee River Youth
Allis Chal 19% Hon'well 127; 'Anheuser Busch 4912 training schools across the coun- this area is among the high- throughout the country. fessors," so to'speak; of the increasing rapidity by the Fair and Beef Cattle Show and

Alcoa 71% Int Harv 75% 'I Anodyne '4v4 try with certificates authorizingthem est of. any working group. The Clothing Maintenance Specialist !-Agricultural Extension Service Experiment Stations and Extension -Sale.

ApiAir 44% Int Nick 80% Citizens Bank -. 34 to use such titles as "Vis- reasons are painfully obvious: to visit a home regularly whose job it is to impart on a Service, the county agents'

Am Brk 53% Int Pap 32V* Comsat Corp '20 iting Homemaker" and "Family, low pay, lew status, low bene- and do ironing, sewing, spot people-to-people level the vast jobs become more complex and Jim Estes Is Cobb's assistantin

AmBdPr 35V Jones&L 76* ConnLt&Pow37% Dinner Service Specialist" In fits, low training :archaic atti- cleaning, alterations. amounts of agricultural ,information they have, to spend more time Levy County. Under his direction

AfnCan 4i: -KaisAl 36% Cowles Mag & Pb IB numbers they'll be small but tudes.In Family Dinner Service Specialist that come from the "boning up" on these changes. the 4-H Clubs of the

AmCyanAmMot 6S%- K(? 'coU ,81. Dunn <&: Brdst 61 4 in significance they'll be big for the words of Mary D. Key- to visit a home on re Experiment Stations of the' As Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director county have made great strides

13%' Lig & My 75% Firs West.,Fin'c'l _. 15" these women are the pioneers ina serling director of the Wom quest and plan, buy prepare, land grant colleges. I, refer to of the Florida' Agricultural forward.
new "profession" of house en's Bureau "The dinner. Extension Service, pointed out
AT&T 1334Loch'd 33% Florida Gas 11% profession serve the county agents. Levy Alachua and Gilchrist
AmTob 32'7 'Lorillard 44% service, are today's ,and tomor lacks status and dignity a reflection Homemaker's Assistant to at a golden anniversary dinnerin
Fla Nat'l Bank 62 counties have
Ampx Cp 15H Mag'vox 31% row's counterparts of yester. net only of the attitudeof replace the traditional 'maid"and One of the pioneers of the Williston last 'week, county produced manyof
Fla TeleFounders m4 the winners of
Anaconda 42% MM&M 59% --Life _' 9% day's maid and cook.:' the, employer but also the to be fully trained in the "learn by doing" and the "demonstration" agents of the future will haveto events over the past few state 4-H
worker's lack of modern food techniques of agricultural become more and more years.
Armour .so- Mohasco 13% Franklin Life __________ 57%1 The U. S. Office of Educationand of training. Yet use appliances, education was Dr. Sea- abreast of And if county agents did nothing
ACL 71Mons'to 79% this could be honorable, reward budgeting and buying, first aid, specialized to ,keep
GreatAmerican 13* the Labor Women'sBureau more than lead and direct
B4bcock 27% ,Mont Wd 35% Dept.'s ing work which many women etiquette of taking phone calls,, man A. Knapp. One of the first the rapid changes in agriculture -
Grolier the 4-H Club
37%
I have in recent months major jobs of ountyagents.inFlorida .. .youths, they would
would enlov. etc.
44% Nat Dair 801
B4O Gulf Life 54%, launched the first drive in history well earn their pay.
Beth SU 36% Nat Dist 26% In the words of Rua Van Horn, Most courses run two to three (in 1908). was helping '
Herff Jones 13 to upgrade the status, The county agents I know do
pay, U. S. Office of Education expertin months. Virtually all involve laboratory prepare cotton growers for the Other county"agents of my
Boeing 48% N-Am Av 45%
Home Ins 64% desirability and dignity of household not confine themselves just to
the field "The is of work field impending invasion, of, the boll acquaintance and.whom I ant.
matter
trips guest
Borden 72% Penney 51% ,
Jax Minit Mkts __ _. 6% service. weeviL the, job they'are paid by the consider
Brunswk 9 Phil Mor 80 enormous concern to us because speakers, education on Social glad to as persona}
Kennasaw Life 11% University, the USDA an d the
S CaterTr 31% Phill Pet 48% Life of Fla 54 Under the Vocational Education -ofthe social importance of this Security benefits and labor i Up until the'time:that'I started commissions to do.They friends, include, in Alachua

Celanese 70* RCA 32 Lowes Company- ,. _- 19 Act and the Manpower Development type of worker in the U.S.. to- laws, job interview procedures. i covering the farm beat for county also be found taking part in County, Wilburn Farrell and
can
Chrysler 46!i Rep StI 44% Milgo Electron-_?- 10%41' & Training Act a dozen day. If we are to maintain the Assuming the pilot projects are !the Sun, I thought that county civic activities and Associate County Agent A. T.
under- institution of the American as successful as the enthusiastic many pre Andrews; in Bradford 'G. T.
CocaCola 126% Revlon 34V4 pilot projects are now
agent's primary job
Mort Guaranty Ins 28 I agricultural forming off time duty with
Com Ed 48% Rey Tob_ 43% Pacific SW Air 4% way to train women for a variety Home, the working housewife response to date suggests, other was to ,vaccinate, hogs and advise various farm organizations in! Huggins and his assistant, Bobby

Con Edis 83 St Reg P 30% Schlitz Brew _ 48% of domestic service occupa- must have .additional services courses will be prepared for homeowners bow to protect Taylor; in Union BiD Cow. .?
tions. In addition of other beyond what machines can do household specialists. I their counties. en; Gilchrist, Jim Yelvington;.
Cant Can 50% Seaboard 47% Secur We & Tr 57 scores ,their shrubbery against I I
Dow Che 70% Sears 113% Southern Nitro 18% projects, primed with funds for her Meanwhile campaigns are be- i freezing weather. An example! is Leonard Cobbof and Dixie, Ben Floyd.
from the V.E.A. and the Just completed has been a ser ing launched at both state and who I All these ,men are dedicatedto
duPont 257 Sinclair 47% Travelers Ins 45% I I was raised on a small farm Levy County, wears
EAL 31% Socony 80% AMERICAN STOCK MD.T.A., have been started by ies of nine detailed suggested federal levels to upgrade the In Levy County, and my only many hats in his community.In their jobs and communitiesand

E. Kodak 134 Southn C 59% EXCHANGEAerihetGen local vocational education agen- courses for nine home and com attitudes of employers toward contact with a'county agent addition to ,performing bis are among the most cooper-
cies. the school munity service jobs to be household workers. This will be- I he has i ative people I've worked with.
Firestone 37% Sperry R 15% During coming was when he came out to vaccinate duties as county agent
31% the is slated to models for vocational schoolsthe come coast tocast news when the I I could not conclude this column
Fla. Pw 4'm St Brand 78% year program bogs or help "drench"a had to serve as county
Fla P&L 74 StO NJ 85% Analex Corp 26 reach thousands more women, nation over. the Women's Bureau calls a ma- sick mule or cow. home demonstration agent for without giving credit also

Ford 52% Studebak 7% Aqua Chem -. --.. 16% and in 1965-66 tens of thousands.The By summer's end, the courses jor meeting this summer of national quite few months. (the former' to the home' demonstration.

Frmst Da 11 Swift 52 1 Aurora Plastics 36% shortage of skilled household will be published by the UJS. women's organizations to I've learned, though, through demonstration agent resignedand agents who play a vital role in ;

., 20% Government and nationally dis discuss problems needs working with this .fine group of Extension work and the editor- :
Frept Sul 34% Texaco 78% Barnes Engineer workers in the U. S. is approaches Cobb has been filling in

Frueh Tr 29% Thiokol 13 Butler Shoe _ 8% acute. While the demand for tributed. Here's a sampling of and to set goals of the dedicated men, the county this capacity until a replacement lal staff of Dr. Hervey Sharpe, .

Gen Dyn 27 U Carbid 124 Chromaloy -- 18% household specialists has sky:' the "new" jobs for which in- programs. agents of our area, that their is found. He was even who have done an outstanding

Gen El 80% Unit Airc 45% Cinerama 64 rocketed as tens of millions of depth training will be offered: : If ever there was a field job embraces many and varied called upon by the Levy County Job' in getting the Extension

Gen Fch 84% Un Fruit 21% Computer Sci 15% women have taken jobs in of- Visiting Homemaker to be where education of employerand duties. You'll still find them Commission to select drapesfor story to the news media.SoIsaythankstoDr.Wat.. .'

Gen Mtrs 86% US Steel 56% Cutter Labs A 17% fices and factories. the percentage sent by welfare agencies into employe is imperative to helping vaccinate hogs and the new addition to the I

GoodrichGoodyr 50% Univ Mat 11% Data Control 404 of private,household work- homes where there is an emergency -balance demand and supply, "drench" sick animals. And courthouse and to obtain purchase kins and his agricultural envoys -

41% Westg El 63}. Fulton Inds -_ 9% ers has plunged from 17% per to perform various house- household service is it The you'll still find them advisinga bids on them.) and salute them for the I

Greyhnd 56% Winn Dix 35% Gen Develop .. .. 4% cent of all employed ,women in bold duties. drive was long in coming but housewife about her ailing ornamentals job they arc doing for our farmers ,

Gulf Oil 57% Woolwth 28% Mackey Airlines 64 1940 to under 8 per cent today. Child Day Care Worker-to it's in full swing at last., Youll also find Cobb also is secretary, of and our youth. _,. :'



iii

-- -



.".... ,:, '.:
I


4

.. 12 ,Gainesville ,Sun ,Tuesday June 2, 1964

I FEEL LIKE I'vE JUST GOT HOWEVER.SDCIE'iV FROWNS 50 WHAT HAPPENS?

R r ". 10 ME saaHE T3lE lE6Ca ON'iHlS SORT OF A i10N. IM STUCK WON
., ; What's your probl..m? For a lenA TIN6LJNG TEETH!

Y ere! reply, writ to Abby, Box 3365, o
No More C
(. Boy Beverly Hill., Calif., 90212 and

x include a self-addressed stamped e.- .. ct)

t .,Iope. Abby answers all: mail.R ::
; Abigail Van Buren tV Lkvb, V

a "
e C"
'<-iJ .
-> ; -
'
I PJi" <<

" DEAR ABBY: About the mother who thought she smelled and heartsick at some of the stuff he said he had done. a. THREISNINGLFS ILL I RADA '
Since one incident had to do with school, I got in touch ,. AND A HAVE A CELLAR DOOR .
off the bus from
' -. spirits on her son's breath when he got with his football coach and a helpful school counselor, and AMERICA ts COVERED Btf DOORKNOB? SLICE YESTERDA-
Fort Leonard Wood: She probably did! And somebody should had a talk with them. It turned out that my son hadn't done SIOB-BCYO-ESEACH! WITH/ RIGHT: --1- OF AND WAS IT .
tell her that a "boy" in uniform can get a drink: anywhere any of these things! He was just tired of being a "good A FRESHDFL.ICIOUSSLDB" 00it HEAT!! -
in the world, which is as it should be. The uniform indicates kid" and wanted to appear more daring and spirited. Per- BOVIAM HOME SALE: ,
: that instead of a "boy" he is now a man, who, after training haps our entertainment today makes crime and violence == : O
may be called upon to have his 17-year-old guts appear so glamourous and exciting that our young people feel T 4 i I L
.. dumped into a Viet Namese rice paddy. Three points will almost ashamed if they don't get into some sort of trouble. z
get 15.4 that this is the same mother who makes her son Parents shouldn't feel hurt if their children don't share all = 1 Ll
wear his uniform to church when he's home on leave so she their thoughts and dreams with them. I know I didn't, andI <
can show him off as'a "man." had wonderful parents. This might help the mother who was
R.S.D. (Ex-Sgt.) "Worried Sick" because of the escapades she read in her a N G
I daughter's diary. They were probably pure fiction, too. Il .. ata.
DEAR ABBY: If "LOOKING" and others like him do not WANTING TO HELP 1 ....

.\ wish to do a hitch in one of the armed services, there is
an alternative-the Peace Corps. CONFIDENTIAL TO CINDY: In the early 1700's the English
I Respectfully, poet Edward Young wrote: "The maid that loves goes out to I RECKON SO :I HOPE NOBODV KETCHES
; A QUAKER sea upon a shattered plank, and puts her trust in miraclesfor HOLLER1N AS LONG AS PAW GOS51PINO? OVER L'v
: safety." Times have not changed. = FER ME PAWYORE ALL TH' BACK FENCE--

I DEAR ABBY: I too, have read my 16-year-old daughter's E- WILLYE GO SEE STOVE UPELVINEY5 HE'D JEST DIE OF I
f diary for more than five years, and I expect to tell her only .WHAT SHE WANTS? HUMILIRATIONHEY s 1 t tY
I when she is lying awake waiting for her teen-ager to come DEAR ABBY: Tell the woman whose neighbor shocked her I

t in. By reading it, I have come to understand the intense need by wearing flesh-colored elastic swim trunks in his yard to l I II Ir
I for love and patience at 16. It has helped me to foresee sun-bathe and do his gardening that I have a neighbor who enc
trouble before it develops, and to offer wise guidance. It has tops hers. He wears swim shorts and a wool jacket to go out c
,i taught me to listen instead of preach. It has helped me to set and shovel the snow! He drinks grass that has been put +
'I limits before they are breached. It has also given me growing through a blender, and he parks his Volkswagen up on his
;,1 confidence in my daughter's ability to make the right de lawn like a kid would his bicycle. And this is the payoff.He :;) trtSfwELLI
"
cisions. I believe I have an obligation to God to return this calls everybody else "crazy.
child to Him as' a fulfilled, useful person, not as an apology. MRS. B. ;
And I know that I will be forgiven for using "unforgivable"means *
1 to do so when the time comes. DEAR ABBY: Speaking of odd names, I named my daugh
A MOM WHO CARES ters Rose Violet Gardenia and Camillia.' Our son was
,
j r YOU? COME BACK \ DOGGONE THATELECTRONIC -* **- BUT HOW DID THEY \
named Jonquil, but we call him John because that's his 1 WANT 1n TALK- WALL r LEARN ENGLISH?
DEAR ABBY: I am the mother of a 16-year-old boy, Daddy's name. People refer to them as the Cavallo Bouquet HE TO SPOKE US HIM I HEARD, TOO. OWf I KEEP FORGETTING
and while he doesn't keep a diary, I did come across an unfinished Feel free to use my name. Sincerely, IN OUR
letter<< he had written to a boy cousin. I was shocked MRS. CAVAlLO THE BLOOMING IDIOT; MEMPHIS ..ANGUAGE'WHflTOOVCXIMEAffREX 4)l '' CASEVJUST

Frontrunners in the GOP interviewed I.4IV I f ,. WHAT D0141f
or I
crew are
::1 THINK OF VOUg
race: former movie actor PENNANTCHANCES
board their ferry and an I ? tAU.
George Murphy and insure
< I
ance man Lee Kaiser. aircraft carrier is seen 1 1l
Most coverage is live, coming into port. Hugt l 1 M r

with taped and filmed interviews Downs, Jack Lescoulie.E-4 biz /
included. O News, Weather ". ors r/
ooTUESDAY 7:05 O Ranger Hal a
9:30 0 Medical FeatureO 7:50 O News u
Jack BennyPinchpenny 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo H
Benny plansa 9:00 O Divorce Court Q I
surprise party for Dennis O Bachelor Father

Day, and he gets on CD Romper Room 11IELL'f JVHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT DONTCR>r JUNEYES HEIST \
the phone to hire a cut 9:30 O People Are Funny METO SAY?TELL ME. HE-HE JTJ5T15N7
EVENING 8:00 Q Red Skelton '
rate caterer not realizing O Jack La Lanne 4. WORTH n/ .
5:00 O Maverick Guest: musical-comedy that Dennis is eaves 10:00 O Say When z IS/W ADULT ANSWERTO AND DOESNTHflVETO YOU ME 9

O Best of Groucho performer and former dropping. Don Wilson, Ed- O News-Mike Wallace ORANYONE*?BTHflTftLbOJHAVETOSflY I ,.. ,
5:25 O Greatest Headlines "Wagon Train" regular die "Rochester" Anderson. CD Waldo Norris ABOUT rTfKttryl '
P
Robert Horton. In
5:30 O Newscope the 10:25 O CD News -
sketch, Freddie the Free- for Word fTha
10:30 Word
O CD
_
5:55 O Local News, Weather, loader has trouble with an 10:00 O Bell Telephone Hour- O I Love Lucy t'

6:00 Sports O News, Spts., Wethr. income-tax investigator Music Color Host Robert Gou- 11:00 O CD Concentration "r
(Horton). In the Silent ( ) O Price is Right 0w Jct
O Sunshine Almanac Red let welcomes Janet Blair,
Spot, plays a dentist. 11:30 O O Missing Links r
':15 0 Channel Five News Florence Henderson, mez-
6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite 8:30 O Moment of Fear Rosalind Elias O Pete And Gladys 4II
Jose Ferrer has the only zosoprano 12:00 O CD First Impression ii\ p
O Holiday and Carol Lawrence (Mrs. \
of Life
Love
O O News Huntley, speaking role in "Survival. O _
Goulet). The format is a -- --- --. -
12:25 O News ,
I After Joe is
Garvey
Brinkley salute to four segments of
12:30 O CD Truth or
7:00 O M-Sqpad ambushed by an Apache musical theater: operetta, I BUOND1E, I I I ( IpIF'i WGHTP
O The Saint brave in Death Valley, his ConsequencesO 1111 IIIIDAGWOOD POMT NtJU KNOW ( YOU WANT
Broadway, movies and Search for tomorrow THAT GRASS CAN BE U MOW A LOT OF SICK
O Discovery At The Zoo horse runs off and the favorites. OVER-MOWED? GRASS"TOO MUCH GRA55:
pop 12:45 O Guiding Light YOU SHOULD BE IT BECOMES
'
"Heads and Tails. Mary two enemies are left '
D Billy Graham Crusade 12:55 O CD News DOT THERE CUTTING UNHEALTHY
Lela Grimes alone to aid each otheror THE GRASS
compares (Special) Dr. Billy Gra- 1:00 O News
different of mon- die. First seen on "G. f
types ham observes youth nightat .
O Midday m
j keys at the BrookfieldZoo. E. Theater" in 1959. his San Diego crusade.His CD News ,

O You Don't Say subject is "Youth and 1:05 CD Match Game I- .

t (D Battle Line O Science Reporter the Moral Law." 1:15 Q Focus I .Jw
O Garry Moore
O McHale's 1:30 O Science .
'The Americans' 1942 Navy .
QS I IR
withdrawal from the Philippines 9:00 O D Richard Boone 11:25 O Movie Cl As The World Turns
the Bataan "Which Are the Nuts, "One of Our Aircraft Is CD Ernie Ford k yyrnt.
I "Death March" and the Which Are the Bolts" Missing" (English; 1942)) 2:00 O CD Let's Make A cq
surrender of Corregidor After he's dischargedfrom During World War II, a Deal n 'V C- :':- 'M;t

are described by Jim Bis a mental institution, group of planes leave Eng-- O Password
( _.. hop with the aid of Manuel ex-prizefighter Joey Biggs land on a bombing mis- %:%5 O CD News __... T L."" F m.Mm Tl .xr I 50 WE LEFT THE >WYS AND THE.
"- Mabunga, former decides that a long train sion over Stuttgart. God- 2:30 O CD Doctors AT Wttiow rare OUR WHOLE J \ KIDS WITH THE WRENN-! ,
.I Philippine scout, and Isao ride will enable him to frey Tearle, Eric Port- O House Party .. lWTERRJBCf i THERE t51t't T1ME TO ABROAD IS OFF!-WE. OH!-WfRE> 5TAKTIN6!
3:00 O CD Loretta YoungO 50RK/J BUT WE HAD FOUND OUT YOUR FUGHT
Mukai, former Japanese ponder his future. Scriptby man. (One hour. 15 min.) = EQUIPMENT TO TALK, CouSIN WA5DEIAYED. THANKS LOADS!
TROUBLE"MAW
To Tell The Truth THEY'VE WE'LL WRITE!
-- lieutenant Fred Finklehoffe.O .
11:30 O D Johnny Carson 3:25 O News E-c JM Ct.EVELAPND-AND- ALREADV HELD OUR
California
I 730 O Mr. Novak-Drama Primary WEDNESDAY 3:30 O CD You Don't Say PLANE C MINUTES!

.. "X Is the Unknown Fac O At Your Service 6:00 O Slimnastics O Edge of Night 0 r .FQ
.. tor." Fred Daniels is competing (Special) Only Senator O Sunrise Semester 4:00 O Match GameD
for an important Goldwater and Governor 6:10 D Continental Classroom Secret Storm 1.' tI

.. science scholarship, but Rockefeller are on the Metropolis. D Popeye's Pals
he's having his problemsin California esidential 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac 4:25 O News '- j

Novak's literature Primary ballot At stake: 6:30 O World Civilization 4:30 O Burns and Allen fri

class. Dr. Frank Baxter, California's 86 convention SummaryO O Magilla Gorilla I II
TV educator, appears as delegates.Both Pastor's Study CD Movie
r Dr. Gagan. parties are choos- 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac "The Divided Heart." -
I 0 What's New ing their nominees for this 6:40 CD Living Words (English; 1945)) A war

Steamboat Problems in year's Senate contests. 6:45 (D HI, Neighbor orphan is adopted by German ,?tvr HB HASN'T 7 HAPPY? JUS' WALIbTEETY DID y f EVER
1850; Envioronments of Leading the Democratic 6:50 O Farm And Home parents. Later his COME IN yet HAD T'CAU. AN'TCU. THETIS JEST eo To A woAlos
I the Camel, Ibex, Crocodile contenders: former White 7:00 O (D Today real mother appears on Z SORRY. CANYON MA'AM>sON fCOt. YOU I GOT FINE' TM6LAD FAIR?
A JOB AT THE YEW'
FER
r Guanaco; Photography. House press secretary New York Harbor is the the scene to claim him. HIS WAY BACK N.y. WORLDS
Pierre Salinger: and state subject of Today's taped Cornell Borchers, Yvonne o FROM AN A55107 FAIR
'
.
O Antiques Glass. controller Alan Cranston. show. A captain and his Mitchell. I 4 .
0

THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker
t

-.w' $:


What Misery Is |$HCD / 1 1

FE
-
-


I --- >c SAT f''lOT'NUdG SPECIAL I IF:: TaEY'RE I4Aw43 $.2.0tols GET T E V SET \ .
T I JUST WANT F+Zl./IIOoI FitS5, PICTURE _
2fr m Dark ftimr is( a book that will address itself Happiness is when somebody lobby with "French L i n es" W > z Yt?U, WHAT THE MEN rossE SA.A ANDCaURY STEAK THE:
!. WASHINGTON The latest brutally to the aging about you know has kicked the cigarette I stickers on your luggage. NJv IIERAI. ARE n4AT'PE: It1.HAYi t.
In the popular series of "1$" :the nature of happiness, security habit and has been tormenting M.. ? HAVING/ I iI
I. books ("Happiness Is," "Secur: and misery as the aging you for still amok 1 n gi Happiness is when you go to < _
ity Is," etc) is entitled "Mis know it Here are some captionsfor and you go into the washroom I a big reception and it is so CQEc (rI
: ery,"_ and both drawings and the publisher to start with: one day and catch him lighting,crowded that you can sneak in Itd <
I caption are by Suzanne Heller. i Misery is when you arrive up. without having to go through the W tV 7n ry
: Like all these books UMise home late at night after a 500- receiving line.
cry" (Paul S. Eriksson, Ina; mile drive and discover the Misery is going to New York Misery is when you are in a .
: $1.95) is a pleasant evocation of whisky cabinet is empty and the .for a second honeymoon and crowded room and a strange, W
: the trials of childhood. "(Misery liquor stores have all closed five finding that the hotel has put beautiful woman has been smiling I.r'.v... r4////\ w
e is when you send 23 valentines minutes ago.Security you in a room on an airshaft at you and you maneuver ==
: toour best friends and Security is a smile from a up to her and murmur something
I
only receive 19.") And, like all is a suntan in Febru- headwaiter. enchanting and she says, I

I the others, it Is vaguely trou- ary. : Happiness is when a wire has "Why, Uncle Harry, I do believe .
t bllng.I is dentist's become disconnected under the you don't recognize me!" GOO ? MOKNJN&crvimnpu MME MOV ABOUT PIAYWS wVl T6C Ky..BUrV THEN 1U TALK TO aLL COKNECLY&Q TUK TO '
Happiness your i AKXMN5J600* / MATH MEf HAVE OTHER VDUKE AM EMPLOYEE OF THIS CLUB /HUM,MISS l S
I By aiming at an adult audience verdict that $1,800 worth of dashboard and the motor is Security taking the children Mi55 LEW5f THI ID CO. ..AN5 fT5 MOUE JOB TO CATER ir
and confining itself to the bridgework will save your originals hissing and you go to a garage swimming with your bathingsuit == TOTHEM MBQCS ,
Ordeals of the tmdeMO set, it for another two years. I and the repairman says you I on under your clothes so !
= triads up by being not a book of Misery is when you are at a have a "vacuum leak" and you you can get out of the bath- .
tranquilizer .party and the loveliest girl in I ask him how much it will cost house and into the pool before I= +t'd
I ,the room asks you to do the to repair and he says $1.75. they have a chance to see your

enough when you are 7 years froog and you have to tell her Misery is taking your wife to diving form.Happiness rr
old that "misery is when you that your rheumatism is killing the spaghetti house where, you is when your wife 'I I.
eat a whole box of crackerjacksand used to go before you were turns the TV set off in the midI I rT-, 3
realize you ate the prize," ,you.Security is two tickets to the married and discovering that dIe of the Miss America Pageant I rI 1
.
but reading this sort of thing at Richard Burton "HamleL" the place is packed and that '-.

40 merely induces mushy sentimentalizing Security is a son in Yale anda you are 20 years older than any. I Misery is discovering what it !- v
about ,childhood. neighbor's son'at Wellsapp A other couple in the house.. takes .to bring happiness andsecurity ::i J. t
I What !is needed in this series & )L, {.,
-.:.- j I Security is arriving,a hotel tQ.DOwadays.. | -
t.t' s

: IId


,, --- --'JP".PJ." ( _. --'S.... ... ---------- --. .- ..." ,..- --- ",' ---- -- . _- -.L..:....=;':,-<- .....___ ,



-

.... -c ', .,' --
'
- .,.,. --.'. ,.. !- ; _...l..,;: J ,_ q....._ ,.._ __ A" .T-TII--- _..._ .,._ .- ---- __ _-__,__


I
,

,






.r. -d' .' '-: :'., <, ;- .. Tuesday, June 2, _1964 Gainesville Sun 13

. ; ir''t .......""...............I-. .w..IIII"'IIIII"'IAIIWIIIIIIIIWDIHlllllllll flIlUllIJtldllll.IlIIUIIIIIJ'.IIIIII"I/jlnlt'' '"
UF Prof : S ; bJo' '
;
Says History
t. __ .
;: U -

c: BHG3Qnann WANT-AD RATESPH.

1 :vI-I CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Will Vindicate Teller t, ) _. j U- EMITTE.D A5SL 372-8441 -

ACROSS
'j Epiphany! fOCI

1.-How 30. Sounds - ::

By ROBERT GREEN Musical 31. Best W R U Ft TS ,. Classified OnlyDEADLINES

S ', ending 32.Klndof !.. '
S
History will vindicate the actions -" 10. Sprain race

of nuclear remedy 34. Cosy U I '- I Fi
physist Dr. Edward 12. Protests
S ( 3 6. Dowry N I Ii A S u c i o s Tues. thru Fit. papers-5 p.m. Day before publicationFor
Teller, the controversial r 14. Lyric 37. Baby bear : ads to go in Sun. paper-12.00 am. Sat.
15. For atfs to go in Von. paper-1 p.m. Sat.Minimum .
scientist who will ;... Rejuvenate 40. Caustic ; E E
speak at the 16. i
Qualified 42. ( ad 4 Ones)
Hairy - - I
University of Florida 17. FoodfLsh
next week 44.Sufferance
,, S SOLUTION OF YISTERDAY'S PUZZLE FAMILY RATES
said UP physics professor Arthur 19. Baseball 45. Evening -

team party 3.DID seed 1 Insertion ............................................... 3C"",
Broyles who invited him 20. Feast of 46. Killed Baling 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
here. 4. Well compartment a Insertions .............................................. 17c lint
;; Lots 47.Requires S.Needle8.Thh&bitant insertions ....... ....................................... He lint
.' .. 22. Girl's name DOWN shaped Total chary computed by multiplying total tints x rat earned
Teller will give two public / "- 23. 9.Sandy x number of insertions.
1.
..: Mercenary Crape Jelly 6. Balloon 11.Aridity
lectures on Friday, June 5. He >, 26. Cleanest 2. Craw basket 13. Candy

will deliver the keynote addressfor -
18. Short S Five
swim letter words per lint
the Florida Civil Defense -._ .' rrrrr ) 7rrrr 20. Exactly 0'I

Conference at a noon luncheon soluble Same as I lines

,and then speak on "Decision It / 7 It U 21.Vklssltad 8 Pt. ordinary type

.
. ...
: - .
"" - .23.Feudal
for Survival" that evening in 'r< 14- ti 1 ZPt.Sameas3ilnsa
." ..... 7 tenant type
,the University Auditorium. .- _
< I
... 1/< 16 24. Displays
'" 17 13 iT Same ts 4 lint

Teller has been the target for : 25.Normal 1 18 Pt. ordinary type

; 10 27.Man's
Zl Zt -
attacks by pacifist groups for "" "" ,,, "h name

his stand for continued full S 13 24 Z5 2* 27 29.Gberry 24 Pt.Same as S lines

.* scale nuclear tests. He ,helped /A color .. type I
::
develop both: the atomic and 1,. 28 19 z 30 33. Hangs .,1>

hydrogen bombs and was instrumental 31 down The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more titan' one
h 31 J .7) t incorrect Insertion
will
1'1h S5. Present nor It be ii.bi for toy error In tdvtr.
in starting and continuing : 'h "4 11'// 37. Essence tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the s.ea ocew.

the United States pro- 34 33 36 2" 38 i 39 38. Secondhand pied be made by the on errors Item Ii1 that the do advertisement.not materially NO effect adJustment The value will of
the
--gram' .for the hydrogen bomb. 40- 41 F 41- 43 advertisement.11Ie

39. Pollen

= 4Teller is. for a strong deter. PORTRAIT OF DR. TELLERIn 44- - tiS -, gatherers Gafnesvllle Sun rlserves the Jrlvnege of revising or relecting

nHorce to prevent war said : 41.Night! any advertisement which It deems oblectlonll and to
Dallas Health and Science MuseumU. chance the classification of
=::Broyles,. who worked with Tel- Vh v.14'; I'' ---moisture ed fa conform to the policy any of advertisement the paper. from thlt ordered

jr. n:1I-Bomb"project: for S. scientists on moral and H-bomb, he served on the Gen
far time 23 min.; ** Newf.eiy,.. r .
two years at Los Alamos. "He scientific grounds includIng eral Advisory Committee of the --_. ...... umuuwtusifiHlBuiJi

....feels we must also have an antimissile such men as Dr. Linus Paul Atomic Energy Commission 14-Salej Help WantedOPPORTUNITY 34 Waterfront

defense-'and we can ing and Dr. Robert Oppenheim- from 1956 to 1958. Property

._ develop that fully In the Congressional hear- He also helped establish the KNOCKS! BEAUTIFUL RIver lot on the Suwaviee
? withoutto You've read about fabulous VIllage .t Rock alUff. CIII
37,
mattnospheric bomb g on Oppenheimer's security nation's second nuclear weapons -, H FEMALE HELP WANTED Green. Nowhelp sell itt! '16060' "

., status Teller testified heought Excellent sarnlng opportunity for wide lot
laboratory at Livermore, on Cooper Lake. Phi,

.TelleTfirst came into the pubth Oppenheimer was loyal Cal. in 1958. He is currently pro- RECEPTIONIST for doctor's office Allen licensed Dorman Real Estate sales salesman.manager. .HUNTING_ ?tts0Cfter 5:30 on week _days.

lic shortly after the Soviet mature and experienced. Salary Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551 FISHING' "bln- Furnished -
eye but made unsound judgementon fessor physics at large at the open. Reply Box 427-A Galnesvllie -_ electricity water well. 1

Union exploded its first atomic the bomb program. University of California.Spacemen Sun.OPENING ._ 16 Work Wanted Female Orange acre 'Iind.Springs.$eJohn Elton

,bomb in 1949. He soon began .: In Gainesville and each
I This testimony turned many .,.... .., of the surrounding towns for 2 Bedroom house on Lake Walle
pressing Congress and President woman who WANTED nurses job or companionto burg. Newly
enjoys arts S. crafts. decorated IIU,
scientists against Teller and
elderly man or woman. Can Phone
End Call Mrs. 444-3130
Truman for a U. S. effort I : Crosby FR J-Wgj. after Phone 377-7119 Micanopy.
Harry go anywhere.
4:30 P.M.
still bitter A weekends. -
many are today. : JUST over one
acre.
to ,develop the hydrogen bomb Teller's effort, hwever, led to 'Quickie' Class NOW', "SARAH COVENTRY" 18 Schools & Institutions ed.Gainesville.Lake Ann.10 20 heavily miles woo from-
to"enable the United States to.stay
the establishment of the hydrOgen UNDER new management. Open- lake. *** with' "Mo'dSIn SIS

:-:. ahead in the arms race. bomb project at Los Alamos HOUSTON, Tex. CAP) At time Ings .for or full fashion time.directors.For appointment. Part. Real Estate Exam 376-3211 S50 monthly.xt.or $3000"*cash.FRED Call

_. call 3f2-794t.
I Teller was opposed by many in 1950 according to Broyles. He1eft least 23 astronauts will tramp MATURE woman ATTEND COURSE First lesson free. BRYANT.
with LITTLE
after a year over a disagreement the rugged country of the Phil- IS CLASSIFIED perience. Good working ottlct condW ex HOWEL.L'5 BUSINESS COLLfcuE Beach. LAKE LOb SANTA FE Bird
"on _Call FR COLLEGE 21* W. Univ. Ave #)2 A :13. Each
with the mont !:!- 44170. .0 x 210'. 17-00,
project Boy Scout Ranch in northeastern FR. 6-3507. 372-3727. terms or 14.500

165 Pass head. New Mexico the rest of needed CAPABLE In profitable WOMEN established fer- MEN .* CIVIL women IS SERVICE to SS to train tor caSh. 372.1333.YOiJR VACATION. HOMEF

Teller's effort howev led to this week. rltorles to show Avon Cosmetics. Furn. house In Yankee
r, _.Call_Mrs. Burns FR Examinations.' For Information biks. from town. t
20421.
River
force of the said The space men are completinga send name, address & Phone No. Only $3000 on paved street.
project THE
Broy HAVE A BUSINESS Key Training Service. 112 W. ESapo cash total prtc. S.
Bar Exams les.l "We had most of the major quickie geology course with OF YOUR OWN Adams St. Jacksonville.SIX Reaitaf. Nawberry T., ciT.

details cleared up when he left; the field trip. Other visits have Set mont your no own high hours no Invest. weeks $Junior typing 11 class. 35 Houses for Sofa
pressure Summer school. Reglstra 0 n
people
TALLAHASSEE CAP) The and tested within a year." been made to the Grand Canyon, Dial wlnted.. Apply 131 NW m" Ave. June I. Howell's Business College

Florida Board of Bar Examiners "He's a very energetic, enthusiastic West Texas and Arizona. TIME _WHITE_Wid.: June female'3 at 7:30 20 p.rn. 211 3507.W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374- NO bath DOWN PAYMENT J lit.,. 7
age to 35. waitl Central
heat
said Monday 165 law school I person," Broyles Seventeen astronauts will fly ress work 43 hours per week. cOndo Northwe 119.ooa.Central Call air
30 PETS & SUPPLIES
graduates passed: the March 16- said. "He's always full of ideas. to Trinidad, Colo., today and ___Good 110_ H.E.a'iry.' 16th Apply Ave.Sandwich Inn S'm1.FOR Silt.

18 bar examinations and were His enthusiasm and drive swept t then motor about 60 miles to ELEMENTARY teacher to ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good home located or tradt.In Westmoreland Newt a BR.

Cimarron. Maj. L. Gordon teach child to talk. In help for watch, stock and pets. FR Estates. On city
recommended for admission to) I everyone along during the H. Cooper home or her home. Phone private FR 2. 2-0033. $ 2 1g. bath Rms.sewers. to.. paved

the Florida Bar. Bomb project.", will fly his own plane to TO 1851. GERMAN shepherd pups AKC all Rm. 8. living Rm.. dining| family Irta.
Central
Teller came to the United I I Cimarron. Six more astronautsare : 376-4672 OPENING for resident nurse 7t shots. ready to go. Shown week dulling Peat GE bullt.I" kitchen I In-
Camp Crystal days after 7 P.M.o all day Sat. dishwasher. 2 court
The State Court will I Lake four to
Supreme States in 1936 from Hungary.He scheduled to arrive from Weeks thrl0Tmer- interested eight and Sun. See Don Carney 3501 yards u'F walk/ to SchOOls. claM to
in the candidates in contact NW 18th Ter.MINIATURE medical center
I
swear Los Angeles. Hunter at School FHA
TOTOO..
became a U. S. citizen in Administration Down payment
I Bldg. Phone FR 201. Dachshund Puppies immedIate $1.700
simultaneous ceremonies in Tat GET occupancy. Drive bV
1941 and began working on the AKC reg. 6 wks.. 2 males 2 1027 NW 40th Drive.
Call
lahassee Lakeland and Miami I CALL FOR BIDS WANTED Butler
females have had shots S50. Brothers
I experienced shoe sales *****
atomic
bomb the Clilly.
project same Sealed bids will be received by the lady. Apply in person, Bob's Shoe Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. night. 376-04
June 12.Candidates. Board of Control until 2:00 P.M.. Tues Store 21 W.
Univ.
his work the Ave.
year. Following on day. June. 14. lOLA at the r.ffl. ft' *.K. S ... MEET FOR SALE AKC registered Chihuahua -
President Tigert Hall University' 'ot people, enjoy your work and puppies; also Collie pup .J.RooM FRAME house
from Gainesville Kreenld
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Florida Gainesville Florida at which THAT make I40-S40 weekly by working pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery. porch reduCed for quick sale.
were Joseph Vincent Canto, NAL REVENUE SERVICE: on INTER.S time and place/ all bids received will We part-time.train Choose your own hours. Milhopper and 16th Ave. 6-3324. 12.S21-13u U. Phone Cephll Goodman
be publicly opened and read aloud you. Opening In Gainesville WIlliston.
for
1944 one 1949 Mercury 4-Door Sedan. FREE kittens. Call 3768041.
John Richard Farrell, Charles I Identification No. 9CM 156038. with accessories : furnishing all materials and labor for and surrounding area. Call AN exciting home
was seized In Alachua County. the construction of: _376-1480 or apply/ tU N. Main St. AMERICAN Shepherds 1 male. 2 cellentlv with spej. ex.
Edward Freeman Robert Tho- bulit. aIr
Florida for violation of 26 U.S.C., Sec:: Project: Pesticide Laboratory female, well marked. Reg. $40. 3 BR, 2 Bath, conltloned
mas Hughes F. Perry Odom Ions 73017302. Any person claiming an University of Florida \ 12 Molt! Help' Wonted S3S a. *30. Phone FR a-3470. fireplace, now family being' room and
Interest In said property may file a petition Gainesville Florida BETTER PUREBRED and AKC beagle pup by Lloyd Myrkit completed
and Eugene Thomas Whitworlh.AINtSVILLE ;, tor remission or mitigation of for State Project No. UF-17 pies. We board dogs James' Ken- Wimberly Estates, OUtside 8ullder In
f eiture or file a claim and deliver a, Amount of Bid Deposit $9.50000 Announcements OPENING for th.tIr8M| man for nel. Rt. 1. Box 78, Keystone limIts. N. W. 36th T.rr. City
$25100 cost bond with the undersignedon I I Deposit for Plans and Specifications training in route s a lea Heights Fla. 473-4951. N. W. 39th Ave. Offered off
H I or before June 18, 1964; otherwise the HO.00 per sill work. Must be ambitious and Phona 2-5689. 'or '22500. ,-
will be forfeited and disposed of Bidders willing to LABRADOR Retriever pups. good
Ii property sending bids by mall should ad work. All SI
II i according to law. Marvin H. Dunn. Supervisor dress them to D. Neil Webb Zone CAR! 2 CARD OF THANKSWE benefits and paid vacations.company S champ. background healthy House.77J up ON YOUR LOT. Open
In Charge Alcohol and Tobacco Architect. Board of Control. c-o Dr. J. day work week. Apply In person stock. wormed, inoc. and ready to signed SUndays. I to C P.m. D.
DKIVI-tH TMfATtf, I Tax Division 333 U.S. Courthouse and I Wayne Reltz President University of'' DESIRE TO EXPRESS TO our Borden's Dairy 2420 N.E. go. Ph. 372-5763 after 6 PM week. Steal Cor a,.engineered, by U. S.
Post Office Building/ Jacksonville. Flor Florida. Gainesville Florida. Bids I If kind neighbors and thoughtful mh DrIve. days all day weekends. Iq. ft. Homes Division. 2100
vtf 3
.I M.* BR. 2 bath
I ida. air
mailed. should be delivered to the above friends our heartfelt Thanks for cond..
(3353) 5:19 26; ':2 WANTED first class combination' FREE KITTENS. Call FR 41131.or brick veneer. 2 car
address not later than gar.ge. 1801
hour their
one before expressions of
NOW! 3 ADULT HITS! bid opening. IN and many especially to Rev.sympathy Kenneth -- Ii body)'. phI'man & painter. Good sal- FR 4-3261 Extension 2993. NW Inc. Call 36t" Dr. Alachut' Hem...

OPEN 7:00 SEE 2 HITS! .......... All work snail M done In accordance Griffith. Tile beautiful floral WIlliams. paid nut/on./ Apply Mr BLACK poodles. standard I minIature 6690. prink Thomas' FR 6.
BIG
Motor .
with the Co. 7M with $10 $50.
drawings and
specifications offerings were especially apprec- !. papers.
Main St.
SHOW7:45 LATE AS 9:15 .' ........... prepared by Howell C. Hopson, Architect iated.The __ Expectant poodle $50. Phone HO WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD
and Patterson LIFE GUARD Trenton. Walking
EWe dIstance
AT 9:15 AssocIates. Ltesburg Florida Family. with Senior certlfil 3-7100 Llndsey to SChools. a
., In association with Forrest M. Kelley cate. WOrk for summer Phone BR. 2 baths home 1ft Skyline
"'.!fl..J1 :t"r ia&l [rit& Jr.. A.I.A. Architect to the Board of NORTH 3 LOST & FOUND FR 63012.MAINTENANCE. EHRBAR Its select KITTEN herd for RANCH your fret offers selection. Helgflts. Study. "trdwood floors

Control.with Work shall be In accordance MAN. experienced IIS N.E. 7th PL after 5:30 t tlnh"J.ba a. :::t Cent.
.(.t .. :.rv.wJ.hIM.r thereto contract documents pertaining LOST: Key ring with cnange purse To live on Premises. Phone FR weekdays Sat. and Sun. all day. 3764043.LITTLEW000 Call
which
drawings. specifications
.. .. attached. Engagement ring In 6-3012. FR 7-0717.
.. .. and other contract documents may be purse. Sentimental reasons. Please
. secured or examined by contacting D. call 4M-3130. Reward. YOUNG man wanted who Is Interested 4 BR. J AREA
33 LOTS FOR SALEBY
blth.
Nell Webb Zone Architect Board of In 'learning' the home 2C5O 14 ft. lIving
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 Control Building E. University of Fbi CENTRAL 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE building frade. Some drafting I area b'k.' centrat lice?. ullt.1n kit.
AIM In Ocaia ida Gainesville Florida. experience[ B .*..'7. Call FR OWNER 2 blks.from Westwood Jr. High..
General contractors may secure draw _tV7290 for appt. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. tOO blockof IChool. from UUJIWOOd .Iem.
ings and specifications for a deposit ot LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- ROUTE MAN Needed N.W. 22nd itreet. 110 xur family, Ideal for 1. famIly/ 0'
12000 per set. with a limit of two sets tention to nervous or tldtrty. CIII FR e-SHS. Not at once. Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x- Priced anq elderly trSOlls.
SUBURBIAL.rlVE per contractor. The cost of each set Easy Way Driving SchooL FR old. over 40 years lea* with view and privilegesof N.W. for Immed. "Ie. 344f
will be refunded to the Bidder upon 7-7002. Lie by Stale of Fit. Pear Laka. 374-J109. Ut" Av. m.2In.
INTHEATRI his return of the documents to the Zone FLORIDA'SLARGEST CLUB STEWARD sober Intel 111 NEARLY new I BR
home
sxzioraTONIGHT I W TW 01'\".. Architect's office WITHIN 14' DAYS 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Gent capable of management Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered bya luxury futures Within with II'
40 ft. Wide Private Drive. walking
N.W.
AFTER BID DATE. This deposit shall good personality, honest bond distance of new school.
be the monetary consideration of the required. Section. Out of City Limits.E. Easy 131..soo.
A t.rms.
good lob for the man 52t N.W. 5ItfI
Bidder's agreement hereinafter referred DUE to C "CURLY" KUEHN JR. Phone Sf.
divorce I hive a like new that Is a good promoter. Start- 276-3569.
James Aubrey Charles Chopin to.General 164 model Zlg Zag. Automatic Ing salary S400. Good 33 N. Main St. FOR
possibili SALE BV
contractors subcontractors. materIal sewing machine. that does everything. ties. FR 4-2032 Broker FR $.4344LOTS OWNER 4 BR.1Iw
"LORD of the FLIES"2nd dealers and other Interested parties We would like someone Box 433A.COMBINATION Reply. Gainesville Sun Box bath, 1g. Fla. rm., utilIty/ _r...
may secure full or partial sets of to take up payments of Si.00 kitchen separate, living rm.. dIning rm..
plans and specifications by paying the per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- route and service Will to will carpetIng 'in
Showing with orlntlng and handling cost of plans at 2051. man for vending operations. Experience Archer Rd. 49 Acres. zoned Indus. rm. 'glass sliding door
I the rate of SI.00 per sheet. cost not not necessary. Must be corner lot. leading to 1$ x 24' patio fenclcfo
AT 7:45 ALBERT FINNEY WRINKLES? In back
refundable return of the soecifl- flrd. 1325 NE 12t11
upon neat & have mechanical Ter.
LIVE FAST-DIE! YOUNGAT ,I cation In good condition WITHIN 14 Coty Lint Away For appt. call FR 2-4554 aptitude.after 4 Sale or lease Apartment site near S t9.500.
U Tax
"Saturday Night & 'I DAYS AFTER BID DATE MARKETPLACE plus University PIe.-CIII STUDENT
Odi's sacrificing 2 beroo
Pharmacy
10:30 I Each bid must be submitted, In strict CCB home.
P.M.Hard
GIRL! OF THE NIGHT Sunday Morning" accordance with the proposal form. fully 116 Dixie Central) I.D.L.Plaza.Drugstore.(Next to Wlnn WorkersNew MARY MOELLER REALTOR dulling IP I.Partly and washing furnished mach.In-
completed. which Proposal Form IQlt W. University FR 4-471 1. minutas from UniY. few
will b* shown In the SneeiflMtlans- factory distributors expansion blocks to
grace 1ChooI,
IF ANY ,GENERAL CONTRACTOR 5 Baby Sitters, Child Cart create lobs for ambitious young Desirable hematites sensibly restricted 59.500. 4117 N.W. 11th 1g. lot.
St.
men. Age 20 to 40. No in the attractive rural FR 3ILlS. -
FAILS TO SUBMIT A BONA FIDE BID expert- After ':30.
HIS DEPOSIT CHECK SHALL BE FOR PLANNED program awaits your once necessary. No lay efts. Rapid community of Mcintosh.
FEITED. pro-school youngster at JACK advancement with top earn Roberts C. Smltn Realtor WHY PAY RENT?
3JEBROADWAYM- ; Beckoning Each bid shad be accompanied by 6 JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. ings. Start Immediately. Call FR U. S. Hwy. 441, Micanopy Fla. Hew bath homes ".soo. 3 bedroom tile
,; III Block Certified Cashier's Treasurers Check Music programs educational 4-7110 f AJM. thru *:4S AJM. Ph. 4A4-3120. S. E. S6I 45M per monffi Located 011
or Bank Draft on any National or Statt fUm-strlps. 7:45-5:15 #.on.FrtS1331 Wednesday only. Mr. Haney. FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots tradt-tes. Call Terrace.22372T4J. somt
Bank. Certified checks shall have Stat -_ S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. PARTS MAN. Permanent employ- at $1500 .... 2 Inside tots at FR :
Negligee A.. Lady and a Tramp and Still He Documentary Stamps attached. Checks FOR ...- Reply hi wn handwriting S1200 ... Located 2 miles south 1227 ME ltf Ter, (IXJOoTaZ
Pursued Her The Fascinating Story of shall be made payable to BOARD OF : TINY TOT giving age experience &. refer of Crystal River Fla. on U.S..S $WWH. < per cent mortgage of
CONTROL In the sum named above ts toces. P. O. Box S83. Gainesville. 19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivision. IZJ7SNeeds some re .tlr.
: : :-Moss Hart's_ Love Affair with Broadway a guarantee and with an agreement PLAY SCHOOLCHILD Call C. Emory _Cross 374- KITTIE FEIBER
Wanted service
that the Bidder will not revoke or cancel one station attend- 4in. WILBUR BISHOP, Realtor
his bid or wttndraw from the competition VisIt EVlItfI and see for yourself. ant. Must be local area married Nights 4 Weekends 4-5011
for a period of 30 days after NEW 24 St. FR 4-7$00.. 2I-3S with at least lOt?, grade education WILL pay cash Immediately tor a-Tlot.
GEORGE HAMILTON the opening of bids and that In tt;* .s'i 1 OR INFANT CARE ta prU with Service Station or lot or parcel of land outside city $14-100
"I"A'C"T a'N'E' event the contract Is awarded to fht vale home. Reasonable rates. FR mechanical ability. 911 w. Univ. limits but close In. on which t 4 Br. 2 RefIt Ig. Lr, M porch
JASON ROBARDS JR. Bidder he wflt within 10 consecutive 6-1"1. Ave._ nice duplex house all ready ..i extra utltlty>! air cent, stove
calendar days after It Is submitted, enter S moving equipment can be moved 1102 M4. Total. Equity on terms!
Into written contract wiTh the Beard WANTED child ta keep large yard.. 13-Help Malt or Female this ...... Or will Mil'OU tfc. 'U4..
Last Times TODAY 1:00.3:055:057:459:05WOODY ef Control! In accordance with tile accepted hi Country-City west of Medical building furnished and ready to
bid. and gIve to the board of Control Center. Phone 377-1701. go at bargain price on easy UNUSUAL
t contract pettunntnct and payment AND EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher PLACEMENT SERVICE terms. You can move bi same or OPPORTUNITYwen
bond with good and sufficient sureties : to cart for children. 3 Office. Professional rent out by end of week* by actIng establish*
satisfactory to the Board of Control Technical now. FR 6-3012. firm kas tttnwf -
acre Planned _
play area. program fer 1st
hi the amount of 100 per cent of 373-7130. College GraduatesFor class secretary M
WOODBURY OF me accepted bid. Tht Bidder's Siagreement appt. can 377-4377 34 Wjttrfr Property permanent basis salary Aworking
ts Incorporated hi the PropOSal BABYSITTING in home. 10U.MM.. 2-4:00 PM. cerdifitw attractive
FT. LAUDERDALE SOON! Form. The cost of the bend $8 wk. Phone my Monday through Friday *.ff+r .. lisa Saadwrlfide .-v.lficaliefls. .
shall be Included ts a part of the Bid USED per PERSONNEL CENTER WINFRED H. CRAWFORD .bit .... ApplicttitMctnfitftiitiaL
der's base bid. 3761536. 187 NW 2nd Avenut_ Reg. Broker specaJIzing in Write c/t OautevVUlt
Bidder's qualifications must be satisfactory S4lt. 417-A.
HELP turn LAKE PROPERTIESACRE-
your spare time Into
FLORID IT'S ALL ABOUTA to the Board of Control. The Board Employment money. No seflcttlng or deliver AGE. 1 milts No. of Melrosev
of Control reserves the right to waive ing. Atflwst your own working CR
FRENCH POODLE
Informalities In any bid.' to rekct myor S2W.ON
hrs. tZM pt nw. For appt. call
all bids or to accept any bid and THE GULF FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
such -Kemates that In Its lodgement CARS 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED _372-7049_ Cedar Key Shores
win be for the best Interests of the State GREATEST PART OR FULL f

yCU8CU'iSUfl1Ufifl1bfl'WilL1 Drawings and specifications will bt I Issued ', TIME OPPORTUNITY OPEN IN tr Other Properties
only by and til Questions relative BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS West EM. Earn vp to S4J and For top pusflty workmtnsMp
II to bidding shall be directed to D. Nell more weekly from tnt start. serving David Andrews call
: Webb., Zone Architect. Building E. Ui'I- Earn sip *t SS par hour demonstrating Watkins customers housenotd 372.6142
Cedar 3841LiRCON0lTIONED.
and'Wonderful'l) versity of Florida. Gainesville. Florid famous Studio CtrlCosmetics. products wflh Good Housekeeping Key.
GAINESVILLE
Telephone Number 374-3M1. EziensiSlfl. on Full or Part Tertt. .
Guarantee. Full or part time gas heat
e. .EulaMCOLOR Ptiont 376-036 after 6- man or woman needed at once. completely furnished 2 1Iedr-- UPHOLSTERY
BOARD Of CONTROLBy WANTED experienced office girt Set your own hours. No Invest- house on Cowpen: Lake 22 miles ISM N.W. Ittft St.
..., AfonsieurCognac : DR. J. .. CULPEPPER wttn bookkeeping 1 trtMng. PaW ..... WrIte C. R. RvbM Dct*. East of Gainesville price SMOO.Term Fret CfMMft-nc* em .Mt
Executive Secretary vacations group Insurance. CU .- ,..0. Box NO. 2W.. Memphis tvettebtt. Phone FR -7.

0362) $:M; 6:2 FR S345L _ TeftL 43477.YEHWCCUEMKW. _
--
-
'
A 'I( 'ai Pt'T SHE I : IT"/4AY SHE'S J'QUCTANOSHE V soME f1EATflfLtL
L. SHE5 iG il.Pt KNOWS NOT.IiNGOI GOT HARRY Be TAK3M* CHARGE P8K; ..tXJ.-wEU. FIND
> UR AGENT? S UST1.I'MA THE RIFLES. SHE. WAS m Gay a THtS NOW. WSTER UWO.E TWBCrVgPBU.EDTH5 A W0OED SFVT WHERE E
RATE-ARE YOU POU81Ecuossme -, NURSE. I tMNSoSNi ltEh\ B'f KNOWS ABOUT THE TEETH (fTWSWJOtOOG
US TO THE Wl'f 6ENfRALNU.RSE.. CHANCE-X BROUGHT RIFLES AdK'

... I HER HERE TO KEEP _
Th HER QUIET '

o



'-p..: '
o : i


= _

.= .' LZ414
'
=-C, alfJ'


_


--
,_



L

..,- '- 'a -

-



---. - - ----. -- --- --- _-. _,_ -::=::: .... _
," -- -- '' -- -' "- _.n__ : ; -
\ '" .. ;' :- -- -- '. -.''lr'"c --- -" ""- r-: -' "' !!'- .. r ; -





S 114 1-



Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 2, 1964 ..
.
---
.

.. Beneath This Banner, Are The World's Best Bargains S k ,**OK.' -. '





CLASSIFIEDADSCEen I. .




1 10 4 ;. $3 out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

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

DAYS LINES S bring quicker action.


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




35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses 1


FIRST TIME LISTED N. E. SECTION. 2 BR large lot. BY OWNER FINLEY AREA 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, attic tan. CENTRAL AIR
NW 600 35th T er.. 3 BR 2 full paneled Fla. Rnv, FHA, 1515 N.E. 2 Bedroom separate dining room. built In kitchen. central heat $300 FENCED
: baths Ig. paneled Fla. Rnv shady 6th Terrace. Call for appoint- large secluded screened porch equity. take up payments. FR 4- A complete
THE TIME IS NOW. fenced In yard cent. gas heat. ment. 372-8429. fireplace, lovely yard. Walking 1105. 1370 S.E. 24th PI. carpets..
hardwood floors convenient to BY OWNER attractive 4 BR. 2 distance to Univ. FR 2- 7S7. IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla Rnx, conditioning,
LJttlewood Westwood &. Univ. bath. lovely yard. Air cond.. 1 bath kitchen, living rm, din- Quality I
Phone 374-7141. cent. heat. dbl. util. rm., swim Air-conditioned 3 bedroom 2 bath Ing rm. Block home with JVi range, and hood. I
dub membershlo. Walklna distance Ocala block home living room acres of land within City limits. sink In
with fireplace, dining room overlooking Price S14.000, Phone 47M45T. Large living
Metcalfe & Howard Bishop.
Do You Have A Room landsca d
ApartmentOr beautifully p e Ing
room.
FORDYCEREAL SttO dwn. S98 mo.2832 NE 11th
yard, Florida room terrazzo floor, HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Finley
Terr. Ph. 37 -2349. rooms. Hugh
in lovely Florida Park convenient School area. 3 BR spacious house.
House to Rent? LAKE HOME to ,schools. 1811 N.W. 11th attic fan. lots of storage, quiet
TOR Three acres. 100 feet fronting on Road. 372-3638. neighborhood. FR 3-0993. 3767971.OPEN

Little Santa Fe Lake cleared NE section 3 BR IV* bath, CCB
I high and dry lots of shade home. 5 yrs. old. 5 blks. from 3-6 .
OPEN HOUSE good road. Modern home fully MERRILLATTRACTIVE Metcalfe on dead-end! street. Re- EXCLUSIVE I Ii
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS furnished. dock and garage. S15. frig. & stove. Fenced In yard SPACIOUS 2090
((2:00-5:00: : P.MJWORTHY) 000. M,000 cash., balance $100 screened-in carport. patio & shrub- WOODED 93
plus int. per month. Shown by 3 bedroom 2 bath bery. Fine neighbors.! $700 tiru, AIR CD N D I
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit appt. E. W. Hayes, Stance, Fla. home In beautiful Idytwild. Oak take up GI payments of S75 Bedrooms 2
Phone 944-4141 or 533-2337. floors. central heating system and monthly. Includes taxes & Ins. Den. Living
of noting are the features In this large screened back porch overlooking Phone after 5:30 P.M. FR 24947. electric built-in
3 bedroom, 2 bath home. FiorI- J. W. a well shaded lot. ONLY Family room.
da room and patio fenced $18,900.
FR 2-1053.
In back yard and a work bench KIRKPATRICKDELIGHTFUL Red franksRealestate 1911 N.W. I
for the handy man. $25,000 with $750 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU financing to be arranged. ALSO home In N E Section. Lots of
contemporary home trees. ONLY $75.00 per month. I
NOTE: This home located at 129
N.W. 30 Street will be open for sheltered by large live oaks. Two .
EVERY DAY until it is rented: Inspection today. (May 31) or if or three bedrooms two baths, all $1,000 DOWN will buy this 2 bed- 3 bedroom 2
you don't get a chance to stop the features you expect plus room masonry home with 3 1.3; school. V.A.
by CALL FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES many more. A delight to live acres of land. SOUTHERN COLONIAL RED $100 closing.
INC, 376-1236. In and so easy to keep. So BRICK on half acre of beau- payment N.W.
'IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: easy to buy, too at S23.300.00. TWO THOUSAND square feet In tifully landscaped grounds. Place.
BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING -
LUXURYIs Space. design quality and custom with central heating and air con- & heating. spacious REASONABLE
$40 per mo . $1.33 per day the word for this lovely 3 bedroom details throughout. Lovely large ditioning. Included are the range, bedrooms 2 tiled 3 br., Fla. rm..
2 bath home which Is located lot. More expensive than the dishwasher. dispOsal. drapes and baths. large entrance foyer. in beautiful
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day lust a few blocks froman average price range but you rugs. Call us to see this exceptional formal dining room gracious 14000.
with fire.place.
elementary school. Wall to wall will agree this house Is more listing. living room
than worth it. Florida room modern
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day carpets Beautiful central kitchen air and conditioning.family TWO ACRES In the woods with the Looking for plenty of room for a built-in dream kitchen. Over DAN
room. You will have an oppor- I most In contemporary styling; large family. Let us show you 2,000 sq. ft. of living area.
overlooks a creek five bedrooms this 4 bedroom 3 bath home complete Like new. Good financing.
$60 tunity to look through this home
per mo . $2.00 day
per located at 723 N.W. 19 Street to- handsome fireplace modern with swimming pool In a Price. $24,500. Call BILL Jack DeYot
day. (May 31) or contact FOR kitchen. Not quite completed fine NW Section of town. HARRIS 376-0817.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.. 374- and a steal at $14,500.00. E. E. Holloway
FURNISHED 2 bed-
1236 for more details. Substantial cash payment re COMPLETELY Walter

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day FOR $15,250.00 quired. FHA evaluation you JOHNMERRILL lent room condition.frame home Outside in excel-city 925 N.W.Call 13th night
ADORABLEdescribes can buy a four bedroom two bath limits convenient to MEDI. I

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day this delightful 3 bedroom house in the Llttlewood area. Spacious CAL of SCHOOL land. EXCELLENT on over an i
living room and acre "
separate
home and guest house. It can E. C.
REALTOR TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. -
for $200 down and dining room. parquet. Appoint.
$80 per mo . $2.66 per day ments be yours of $155.00 a month. Beau-pay. ment only. Multiple Listing $8.700. Call. BILL HAR-
SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Associates: Marcella Pardi RIS. 3760817.REDFRANKS
tiful yard. Must be seen to be I
CONTACT FORDYCE sale. These are year round residences W. H. BuckhannanFR Homes Lots
appreciated.
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day
REALESTATEClaude
within
& ASSOCIATES INC, 316-1236 or easy commuting iness and
go by 311 NW 26th St. Sunday. distance. Farms and Houses"I
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day May 31 and see It during the 21494ULTRA M. "Red" Franks Realtor E. -CURLY"
open house. J.W.KIRKPATRICK. Myrtle Lasslter AssociateW. 638 N. )
"Bill" Harris. Associate
E.
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day JUST RIGHTfor 7 N.E. 1st St. FR 6-2032 I
MODERNImpressive Phone 376-0817 or 376-29J7. '
$100 per mo. i. $3.33 per day the Young Executive. This 4 Realtor I Home: 376-2927 or 372-7943
bedroom 2 bath home with a tremendously 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-1404 elegance Is found In
large recreation room. Member Multiple Listing this ultra modern 3 bedroom 2
A'very attractive kitchen set off ASSOCIATES: bath stack bond home designedby
by Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell an architect for true Florida Macoma
:
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR be arranged and also excel A. W. Reece. Capt.. USN Ret. living. Family room and kitchenare HOME
lent monthly terms. CALL FOR. panelled in mahogany. Glass Inc.For
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC, 376- SAVE sliding doors throughout the.
1236 or you may drive by and house and free standing fire- Sale very
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS take a lOOK at it Sunday. May place add to luxurious living In BUYERS bedroom 1-bath
31 during Open House from 2:00 BUY FROM this quality home. Practic ally I I E. University ,
distance to
to 5:00 PJM. new and near Littlewood & West-
wood. Price $35,000. Call MYRTLE Schools. Price
GUIDEby down and $ .
BUILDER LASSITER 374-0817 or 372-
I I FORDYCEAssociates 7943. Call Gerald or
Jr. Day FR -
REDFRANKS REALESTATE
3 bedroom The James Co. 6-5015. Office
1V4 bath. Pay only
7 Ph. 376-0817
35 N.E. 1st St.
Inc.
$80-per month including taxes and 23rd Blvd.EYES .
I Real Estate Exchangers and Insurance. Wooded lot on The James Co. of Galniei -
$300 Down. $83 Multiple Listing Realtors safe dead-end! street. Perfect for GLADYS SMITH vllle. Inc. Builders of Kings-
t bath. Grace S. Fordyce Broker young growing family. No money berry Homes for this area will
ship. Ideal N. Dudley Goulden Associate down to qualified Vets. Only 80 ACRES: be happy to answer any ques- !
between 2 and Harvey Benton Associate $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot Plus 3 bedroom. 2 bath homecentral lions you might have concerning
N.W. 926 W. Univ. 374-1284 no. 67.AdvanCed. heat oak floors 20 miles home ownership. You mightbe See real dream
SECTION from Gainesville. 15 acre pecan one of those people that Lawn Estates.
large carport Design 3-2.One of Gaines grove. 45 acre permanent pasture20 now owns a home but found F. D.
cupboard and, M ville's most advanced home de acres. unimproved. Tractor, that Jt Is now Inadequate, if Ph. FR
lent landscaped cond. signs. Eye <. level built-in oven mower, harrow, fertilizer distri- this Is the case. a call to The West tn NW
I' and range In kitchen. Breakfast butor. Call 3725393.SERENOLA James Co. could very well the Gltn
TRI-LEVEL bar. Walk-In closets. Terrazzo solve your problems. By this tion. Set sign on
sep. dining QUIET I floors. Large rear lot with fenceon ESTATES: we mean trading in your present -
heat built-in back line. Save home.
nearly $1,000 Lovely residential lots -new school
.
ed patio SIMPLICITY on this one. $15,150 $500 down opening In September priced from
wood-G.H.S. FHA $94 month includes all. There are a number of ques-
Call 372-5393.
N.w. 16th 3 br, Fla. rm. & breeze-way. Jumbo Ask for lot no. 2. $3500. tions that we can answer con- )
brick excellent conditon, priced cerning trading. We feel that Qualify !
SO on todays market. Call MARY Model Home Sacrifice 42 N. W. 7th PLACE: by talking with us you can
MOELLER Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home closeto !
Huge corner lot with pick a suitable floor plan and
For the family dollars In additional hundreds of schools good financing. Call exterior design that will suit I
beauty .nd LIVE SUBURBANAppr. Take sidewalk to public landscaping.or 372-5393. your needs, from our many .
-
900 ft. parochial .
sq. hand.A
schools. plans that we keep on N.W.
thrilled to see 4 acres overlooking winding on this one. Lot no.Save 24.big money GLADYS SMITH call to the James Co. will
ling open scenic road high wooded land get all the facts about any'
floors. Built-in frame house N.W. 3 ml. Gaines REALTORAssociates type financing any questions & 37th
ate DR. huge ville. 16900. Call MARY MOEL HUGH EDWARDS you might have without any
& Florida LER obligations on your part.
Exceptional at $ INC.
SEE NOW. Ben Griffin Anna HInson We have lots available Inmost
BUDGET HOMEBuy 2837 N.E. 15th Street Carolyn Noyes Florence Bums any section of town for
this 3 br 2 bath. Cent heat 37 -7971 Multiple Listing Member you to choose from.
The first look home in N.W.. bit. in stove -
like new 3-2 oven. excellent terms like rent. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gem !!; !
tiful creekside move in. Call MARY MOELLER Paramore have over 30 year !
Family room combined experience in the
orate DR. Butler Bros. BuildersInvites construction of homes. By careful
NEAR G'VILLE
I rage.. Prettiest supervision by Jim and I NC."We
ft. overall. 2 story home in Melrose large yard Gene. it will enable you as the I
beautifully landscaped. Partly fur. homeowner to get more home
ITvJUST for your money and certainly Trade
makes The James construc. or !
for yourself the nished.MARY Youto tion to be beyond compare.
Ocala blk. 0.=,
- -----
--- -
Ave. So By building primarily the
corner lot. Klngsberry home we feel we

for room.only Pretty$17.500. MOELLER Palm have great a opportunity great advantage for you and as See Them All ThenCOMPARE
View Estates the purchaser to pick design ,
and floor plans that are created -
by some of the countrysleading
REALTOR architects.If .

you desire complete Infor.
1115 N. Main St.Result&I 1019 W. Unlv Ave. FR 6-4471 ji \ matlon call The James Co. and
new of dis-
W. M. Member Multiple Listing community we will be happy to come to
Assoc: S. E. MARY MOELLER BROKER nctive homes in the fash- your home and spend any

Cann I... Jr., Frank -. W. Moeller ASSOCIATESE. Dick Durbin enable Northwest. explain amount The of time James necessary Co. system to f/ LOT SIZES ( need enough -

Foster Kessler of home"ownership.We rOOM for privacy)


S THE Featuring : several can different secure types FHA, VA of conventional and- / SQUARE FOOTAGEyou ( PER DOLLAR)

financing.Let .
FHA homes from (ours or. published on our price list)
us mention a few Of
I the Homes that are either under / SERVICE (ask any H. C. M.)

c $16,000-$20,250 planning construction Stage.4Bedroom or In the Hom. Owner)


Down payments from $49.frO 3 full tile baths Plus Gainesville's Only Resident-Restricted Swim Club ,
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this hometo
VA Loans Available appreciate it. We will tradeon You owe it to yourself to buy a home you'll be comfortable in a Kirkpatrick &
this one.3Bedroom Pierson home. Before you buy, consider your future plans check room sizes for

SUNOUTDOOR IVi bath with furniture p.ccsment.: look for conven'ent traffic patterns You'll find exactly what
hardwood floors located on you need in one of our 14 new models. Live in an established community. hoppy.
well shaded lot. Small down- home owners (27 families have
purchased
payment. FHA.Construction two homes in Highland Court Manor *-r-_.
BOATS one family has purchased three). :. __
4 to start soon on
RECREATION 3 & BEDROOM 5 V. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin

WHO 24" N.E. Gainesville. Call nowand VISIT OUR MODEL HOME TODAYTHE S
HUNTER GRILLS make all color selections.
Boat HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR All these will be brick veneer.
PHILPOTT $ ." CHESTERFIELD. 3 BecfrooM.2 Bath.Ffa. ROOM
Palm View Estatesis We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.
EASY T E R GOOD YEAR SCRVICE STORES 100/X274 Pick a lot and house S 1$54 ... ft. Enclosed-Space S

CHARGE 725 N. Main 372-3537 plan to suit you. Drive North on MoJn' turn right at NE 23rd Blvd.! continue.

FRANK planned for professional men and their Now under construction 3- to NE 12th St. and turn LEFT. Follow Signs to NE 31st ,Ave: .
Bedroom 2 baths with 1453
Home List of Classifications to choose families. Sq. Ft. floor area double carport Kirkpatrick tr
01 Pierson otters
from on shaded 100x274' lot. Will many built-in benefits and quality
McCULLOCH Fishing trade on this one. features which they feel ore of utmost importance to their customers

Canoes."Where Trailers. and SUIng SwimmingDiving.Fishing FERNWOOD MODELS in Highland Court Manor. A few of these:

Equipment. Wolmanized pressure-treated lumber is used from shoes through studs

from t and plates to insure you a lifetime of termite protection. -
$12,250
FR 20 Safety Items. up tI Del Mar natural finish wooden cabinets for lasting, chip-proof beauty._

S Golfing Equipment. I Your choice of gas or electric Tappan built-ins America's favorite

,.OIft. Thru I I Tennis Equipment. from $400 down line.
Other S
I Baseball Equipment. I Copper water lines for a lifetime without corrosion. .

I Moen Diol-Cet shower and tub fixtures Just set the temperature
Sun Where to Fish. [ IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY For More Information : to your liking and turn off "and on without adjustment.

I'' Call S Courteous cooperative salesmen whose primary goal is making-you
Plus many many more. 3 MODELS happy in Your new home. -
TheJames --
Get I

Supplies .. Monthly cleaning ADVERTISE IN THE Co.
service. WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or: VISIT I JIjighland Court Manorswim
FR W343 40tt 2-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY I : -
Of Gainesville Inc.

Builder of Kingsberry the swim club community
Palm View Estates
I Homes .
MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the Trk OFFICE PHONE

I 372.2527 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
Fun in the I NIGHTS HOLIDAYS
Sun section PHONE
372-8441 Drive West 16th Aye
on l 372-7401 Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 1 llth Terr. Phone 372.3471)
-
sNfl' IttPT
-
.
'
-
VUwa !

MV I.L4Pw SW CAN ,CtJr t-EP1 MS THE UGHTS A t.OG r ) I4HA'r
;clfl, AZ 6A.1'! 1Lwtnw&g71i SEEN OUR UGHTS! SORTO KEPT HIM r carrtI HE '

Th, M WHAt tAl 6kg! I HE l I SEE WHY I RGQEREDHE ff PROM NOTJCCf THT CoRr4ERa MADe A Mess
logARtAg5\ mIL' OcIIi1y I RcuRD HED t4HTrA RDL -' I COUL06MASH LOG. j RRTE 1 kS % O''nrwngj.

? ThN i w1 BETWEEHUSJ -

KMQUI! \_ Swill.1 (1HAf 4. 4- -


05I.E'I I





.1 _


.

_


\
,
,




-- ... .. .. -. -. ........ -. . .. ". . ." -" '" -. -.- -- .. -- .. -



._wp---- .
- .
-'- - -- 0 >
\ ) S

,

;
(
.
.
.
1t

: I 35. Houses for Sale I, S 45 Furnished Apts. 141 Houses for Rent Unfurn. t 66 Mise .For Safe. 70 Boafs-MarJne Equip. I AUTOMOBILES for SAL I ; .

a -
I 12" Plyboard with car top carrier
HATIONINDEX BY OWNER Mason Manor. 3 BR. ONE-1 BR turn apt. with private 3 BR. 1 Bath, complete kitchen, 41 LADIES cotton uniforms! reg. like new 8& Call
2 bath, cent. heat built-in kit.. ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air near schools and shopping cen 19. all colors (No white), clos 37675 LOOKING FOR A GOD SPRT 1 -
huge screen po C %. paved dead conditioner. Walking dist. to ter For information; Manaro's S1.29. NEW Fishing Boats painted and CAR? Try this 196 Alpin CRANE

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCtU.NDISEJ end street shaded lot. reasonably town. Call FR J-Sil4- Restaurant FR 2-4690. Boy's and girl's knit tennis sir.reg. ready to g. Sth Anniversary your search will b over. Call ,
15 June 1st to 15th.
day
Phone t-R 2k3lLFOR 10
priced. size through
Ih..rta.I SI.I 1. 4 376-74
Ia 3-4 Br. LR.
Imlatety. 10 ft. 139. 8
824 95.
95. ft.
., 'l'baU .1 Wsat.4 .. a.. SALE BY OWNER. NW SEC CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto AVAIL Near P.r cents. In 1 years MUST SEL Pontiac e.taln 1943 \

I ...., A Pw4 lMah1nery .. '1'.... TION. 3 large BR. 2 bath, Fla. shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. Yl.schools. 111 1203 DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT tame office I.tl, Turn Frank East at itlln. power- LINCOLN-
4 P.n.aalUel Senkes a alllUlDr IlatertiliI Rnw CCB home, near achool. Phone FR M391.: *6S per montn. spn FR I S.W. 1st Avenue pst Dicer. steeri power b.ke R J. H
...._aUea It u..cJuI" GesdiS s Orange Lake M.r
TraY.1. a ....U..e.'I Owner. transferred. Reasonable.FR NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private TWO bedroom house for rent. STAUFFER reducing table bi nearly Wo highway Box 1. 2S.BRING MERCURY
.1&1 NSUIS II 111M. 2-1245. bath & entrance. Hot A cold Apply Frank Dier Orange new conditi terms can be 21. Orane Lake Fla. out the best m car.Superior -
r.r Bale yr
Plorliti water furnished. $50 per mo. Lake Marine P. O. party, Auto painting Mercury-Comet-Lincoln
3 BR Fla. Rm. Carol Estates .
n TnfJllc p..ta Wo arrln f nllab. Pan American Boat, b.
CUd Care
a&b7 5ltteri. .
14
schools. Phone 2-9704 or M99S. Box Orange fibrl.Ss. Fast dependable 506 E.
I PLeesi Te Ge Lid a Article.Thg. w..t.. near Pay low equity 21. Lke. 316Mr 4 HP mot and tr.ier. w Universit
'1'. ... ?... 00 A "'.... & assume VA loan with In.'' FURNISHED apartment for rent 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14 Terr. 4 finished Camping picu delivery. WIGH'S Gainesville :
'Zt Beale Marts LUIP. mOo payments. Ph. 376-0539. for two male only alr refrigerator $ per w.lnu Good for ch.l.dining Route 1, Kesto Heights Box WORKS 2031 N .

AUTOMOTIVE 'II Camp -But. I'IaJa CAROL. ESTATES EAST. 818JOO tioning! central heating u 11 L m P FR .24 Weteman or ctor dk md.. SU ea., sell _441. GR S25. FR .'71.

71 Atrplaa. 8&1u-I.t&Ii on on. E,..,.. C FHA. 3 BR, 2 bath f la. room. furnished. Phone 24433 or 6-4173. Rea" for S. Also 3 gal National 1942 ENGLISH FORD Anglia white. .

11 JbbDe B.... f.r lalifl 'D lIuleal )Z.rciaudlai I central air cond. and heat. builtIn 2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large 1110 NW bits Ave. 3 BR. CCB water t.te. Electr good (o 73 Musical Merchandi Has heater. Clean. Phone 442- -

Trucks tsr Isl. kitchen. swim club member rooms. screened porch clean. home separate dining im* car- dition. 115 372,31. 9451. .
71 Treks Weated ship waIt to schools. 2118 NE freshly painted, sprayed monthlyfor port front porch. Near SteohenFoster. THUNDERBIRD '

It Traet.n Trick teetals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 16th Ter. Ph. 3160319.LITTLEWOODWESTWOOD. pests. Water furnished. SM 880 per m 374-5920. 1964 new.Dressmaster.fully Zig Zag. Blind like America's WURLITZER No 1 piano and log air-cond. 5. led., clenst ilu FULL SIZE :

:= Tr.iI.r IutsI* AREA per mo. Phone FR a-5883. CLEAN 3 BR. 1 bath home hems, gua.nte. organs are Earl's Piano Co. the State of Fla. Phone FR
M.t.reyel.s Be..len IS Lata '.r'iaI.It I 3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm.. large storage YOUNG COUPLE aged couple I near Qi school, 8100 per Sews mor.ms. btoleL Gainesville's evclush/e Wuriitxer 2-2283.
elrn. m on
..&e..1Ie &epaln It Watrfnt Pr,pert, room. screened porch car I preferred. but no children or 515 Ave' Phone 2-8989. e buto dar at mes.. Dealer. 7 W. UniversityAve. FORDCUSTOM
IS B..ea Only payments 1T44 4-ooor air conditioned Chevrolet -
IS A.Ie..bUel I.r SaM rn 1aI. port. established yard shrubs. I pest Upstairs apt. Available now. S1 Phone
$4 Iwap Can It Cen.,.. P., $aI. shade trees. 8500 down. 527 NW I call ,46512.REDWOOD RENTALSMany call 372-2051. 37.2 II. Nova. Completely euip .
__ J7 R.aI Zata&. ZUIa"C", 34th Ter. Ph. FR 25043. I PRACTICE PIANO SALE ped. Best. lowest priced
EDUCATI HAL II IteaI E..... W..... APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th homes furnished and unfurnished. SEWING MACHINE Upright pianos some as Is, some town. Call FR ."5 days. 372- :
at 0. el TW. WEST PARK St. New air conditioned 1 BR Singer Zig Zag makes fancy factory priced 5032
l'nper17U Furnished Lake house.
Be..... natzeU... rbit. fr S eenis.
II A
2030 N.W. 55th St. : stitches with In
drop cams, buttonholes .
.
c. BiMeess Pre""... apts. water rum. ItO per mo. Call and Grl.y 2-DOOR
: lIule DucIDr, c. .e eaUaJ laee.. I By owner. low down.payment. 3bedrooms. ::: Call FR 64427 or J-4723. sews on buttons darns Gainesville Center. FR MGA. 1958 Top citi like :
II W&ate4-InsttietI. less than & Interior. Call after
payments Only n
n r.r.. 2-3
A Lereag. mes. S7. P.yment
2.5
CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apartment MARY MOELLER REALTOR
rent. Phone FR 2-0258 : per mOo 7:3 P. $2096.00
EMPLOYMENT 3.f :::.lro erty Rnhts 3a1ss : Phone, near 23329.Campus. $90 per mOo 1019 w University FR 6 1.. Cal 3.21. KOHLER with CAMPBELL bench 8395. spinet Call FR piano 1957 VW sunroof radio & tater, :

11 Wark Wuted MIi 37 Real Estate Exchanged i 3 BR, 1 bath carport large yard NOT DIVORCEDI J many recent repairs, 3 mpg,
1: W.rk Waited ea&s RENTALS 1 BR furnished apt.. water furnished. paved street, N.E. near have a brand new 1964 model 71 $450 Call 374-3842 after P.M FAIRLANE :
8e1ei Heap Wuted 4131 NW 12th Ter. SAO per Stove & eJ Zig Zag Automatic Sewing Ma- WURLITZER Mahogany spinet
11 B.lp-M.I. .r Ye&Ii U e.tte,.. I 2 B R. bath. 94 business lot. Just I' mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask sch. Call FR chine that does everything. We pi.n Queen Anne style 8450. tV CORVAIR. Monza. red and t 2-DOOR
.u'
.r off U.S. 19 Join's El Dorado Mo m 6n4LARGE :
U H.I. BeI. Wuted u for Mr. haynes. 10 would like someone to take uppayments 906 NE 20m Ave.Automotive. white, clean, white walls radio
Dra.aue Furnished Api. tel. 84000. Good terms or trade 5 room frame hou>e at of 15.75 per month. st'ck. shift. Must sell $500. !

11 ...... B... WaMd 41 n U.u-s Ucf.rnlsbed'IP. teat AptL_ P.r.. for Cily house Fla trailer. Box 476 Cross I BEDROOM, upstairs or comple'ely downstairs furnished near Call 1720 SE FR 45fh Ter. 850 per mo. Ave.Total 376-1075.price 85430. SIS W. Univ. '1 4 owner Ford by. engine like FR new { $1996.00 :

C 1 H..... for Root VDfurL =: shopping center. See at *12 N.W. 2-13 0280 510 SE. 4th S150. 2

FARMS 11 LIVESTOCK .. ..... for Root EI 38 Real Estate Wanted 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. S75 2 BR masonry home at 13 NW. RING one carat flaw- -
2 Fr.r. E.I..ea' 10 HoLd a".1n per mOo llth St. $80 per mo. Merrill DIAOND platinum fishtail mount- 77 Mobile Homes for Sal la CLEAN 61 Chev. Impala Sports

Toed .. r.rUlber 51 MIss ftutaI.U Realtor 3721494. ing. wit value 81500, will Cap radio heater white side SHAW & :
2 BR furnished apart. with porch.Near Ap.lsl
Livestock 'If BippUpi 11* Woated To Rent TEACHER wants to buy 3 or Ibedroom University. See at 411 N.W. 2 BR new home located on paved sell .pX. half price.. Call FEDERAL QUALITY .Is.. power steering auto trans.
KEETER
2 I Laadzeptng :" '1'.. ..0 II Boarderi Wonted country home with lih St. or call 2-4647. S55 per street. Hampton, Fla. 20 miles Gus at 316-3 between 4820 HOME 2-3U. :
NW 13th
JO Pm 'eppu.o U Offico Deek dpse. acreage or home In nice older fro Gainesville. Wired for elec. C & I p-m. St. Sth A. H. Mark II Sprite. '42 radio
a1 UfulKk Wanted It Butn.i. "atala details to has elec. hot water heater Gainesville 3725113 and black with interior. :
section of town. Send 238 E. Main
mo.EAST SOLID Maple spindle dbl. bed. Hours I to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 hlte. r St.
box 42+M. Gainesville Sun. SIDE $45 per mo. Contact G. P.Wadsworth Information 372-
with nearly new mattress & dbl. Service Is a must with us. cll FR
FINAF4CIAI. 2-0503
SERVICE H.mo dresser with mirror. 850. 2602 4245. :

It........... Opprtuoflk. n peeIa1 lerviese$3M. 40 Business Properties GARDENAPARTMENTS -4 BR, 3 bat SIS NW 15th St. NE llth St. Ph. 376U26' T-4 194X white, $2300 or best offer
_. .
Lean U B... Ia.nn..ta $125 WYATT-
per 417 NE 4th Ave.
'''-llertPlft' It B.... A n 'enlc. 3 BR 1 m NE 9th St. $95 TRADE your costly to operate private -
....... 1r 25 .a"Uaac. A F1InaJI.,1 IF you want a bargain In a good mo.tt Il ELECTRIC water heater and 1942 VW excellent citi. loaded
,_, $57 per month uGainesville's per $48 for a new glasslined GAS with extras. aft-
store all colored trade I
grocery Call McKlnney Green, Inc. 2-3617. Trailer SalesHome 372-551. :
water heater. Much
"" call me. You must have collateral Finest more hot er 5:30 P. .
.. '
-- 2 Bedroom unfurnished house 307 water at about half the cost with
credit. Ph. FR 4-

=:::nJfiiii :.for." Sale. 35 Houses for Sole 7231 &days good FR 2-0641 nights. Lovely Furnished 1 end or 2 bedroom unfurnished apart. S.E.crated 9th St. S. mt.261.newly FR de ARCHER OUR LP ROAD.GAS.FR PROPANE.6-510 P.c.ker Mbie of Homes EXTRA day 50-50 clean gu.r.nfe.c.r$95 to No$595.down 90 i E.O.M.SALE :

payment small weekly or month-
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3749608. -
42 Farms Cr Acreage 4-2930, Mr. Haynes. DUE to divorce I have a like new S.s. Airtrea V payments. H&H Motors, 1434
-
:1-k::: ::: F&dtZATH&FIi McKINNEY 'ml Zig Zag Automatic Ocala's First Trale.Home SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372.3C. :
1:1.: ","", kepLocs._Central 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart 49 Rooms For mlchin. that does ever Dealer Since 1948
I.n
>M.t *" ''l'am. Jt thl lovelyenaclecajaaMnry. 2 to S ment. Located 213 N.W. thing. like .
-i v GREEN BEAUTIFUL roiling acre 2 wGld s 1923 Silver Springs Blvd 87 Automobiles Wanter '62 FORD
norne has. Itt. estates. Choice of wooded or nue. Can b* seen after p.m. take up payments of $6.00 per Phone

1.1JJ ,ef .fiMfrta-.Bffl fenfed . leij -gblogn'agplo& carUpart DEATON of Gainesville. 8600 acre- CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords o-matic transmission. Radio
per to refrigerator.
3 2nd floor utilities fur -
IAIut tll -.az"9' buy at REALTORS be the first to make your choice rooms$ Couple' $55. & maid service weekly. Lnen BEAUTIFUL. Colorful By Al Pfleguer mounted, WE BUY & Chevrolets. Al Herndon ServIce heater white wall tires power -

43OG.r..At'''''iW -Mnn'. Call or see United Farm cated at E. n pts. L 11 or 2.191. 414 NE 2nd Ave. Miami 2'. Only 8165. The Tackle St.tlo 914 SE 4th St. steering power Drakes l-own-
.Mnt-AMP6ELL, REALTOR Agency 1.INVESTOR'S 72 USED MOBILE HOMESTop er. Like new.
'. Holly Forrest NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. Box, 1 9 Rd.
?$t.1t.7CPNYYIMEI : 1 BR. air-Ito. uptal. H.whr dollar paid phone $1995 :
SPECIAL 511 N.W. 12th Road. Phone FR 2-7 .or KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR 3165.we Value Rated
Attractive .
3 B R. 2 Bath Ocala
$75
BR.-CCL-dty.atot, ahady lot Block Home situated 240 acres of beautiful rolling 30th Ave. FR U3. 1957, In good condItion. Phone have Installed sewer stem 60 VCLKSWAGEN -
50 x 140" paved street located on large land with 420 ft. frontage on 1. & have made additional new large -
corner lot Sunken LARGE room for men. twin beds. 376-8583 from ':00 4: Convertible. Very good condi
living room 1 BR with Used Cars
duplex porch. .
O
near bus line and Stephen Foster Lake Santa Fe. 900 ft. canal. furnish spaces which are available now
tion. Was 11095.
with rent single or double.
fireplace Florida Room Call FR 4-5112 Shower. P.
Schoe+et'1H4 NW 99th Ave. Down Ideal location for retirement estate at Shady Nook Trailer CL 3101
payment $100 & $45 monthly. Im and Double air Carport Central heat development or Investment. or FR 27619. 2nd refrigerator.Ave.NICELY Call 2-1981 416 N.e. CLOSE OUT SALE SW 34th St. 376-7559. B&G MOTOR CO. $895 :
conditioning Modern
med. occupancy. Set It fc phone kitchen 830,000. United Farm Agency FOR RENT one bedroom furnished On Wallpaper. a Roll NOW SHOWING '60 METROPOLITAN -
with refrigerator Designed 9
PK 4-717 :: = =::. for luxurious living. Open FR 22954.ACREAGE I apartment near Univ. & Alachua service. fUrnish room.Reasonable Maid HARPER PAIN CO. 16 MOBILE HOMES Cadillac. OldsMobile Convertible. rldio heater.white .

KYSTONr HEIGHTS ;' Beautiful house Sun. 2 to i 4110 S.W i, Available General Hospital.June 15th MS 102 N'r P.rlng. E space.Univ. Phone 1 SW. 7th 372-4364 2 Plans.. bedros.tailored all to Floor meet 2001 NW 13th St. wall brand new .
5th A top. Good
Home, hTghly restricted lake In venue.Anglewood St. Phone 31675 FR 4-7423. NEW and used chain I.W lawnmowers your budget. Drive a little and rubbr.
80 Acres near Gainesville good
city limits 2 blks. post office, $545
1 BR furnished NICE cool downstairs corner edgers tampers, light save a lot at :
land apt. $55
bank. 3 BR. Ig. dry. kitchen. I 2 BR furnished apt. per per mo.mo. room. close In, off street parkIng plants, cable. Wisconsin Bnlggsa CONNOLLYMobile GAINESVILLEAUTO '59 .
UP. 16 x 2O. study walnut S OLDSMOBIL
paneled. Fla. Rrn. tiled bath. Beautiful 3 B.R. 2 bath home 95 Acres. Colonial home. 2 lakeson at 722 NE 3rd Ave. 376-196 antenna furnished. 531 S.E. Strano. new sales and used m Home Sales, In 91. .
PQwder area. accoustical ceilings surrounded by spacious park like i prop borders on another withIn after 5:00.AVAIL : 2nd Place. FR 2-22 Rennl. Tools.and 230 service.NE 2. Miles North on U. 1 SALES incluoing-air. fl per -

throughout. All wall to wall car. grounds equipped with under- 25 ml Gainesville. 830,000 good June 15 Air-cond aerial. ATTRACTIVE room with prlv. entrance Meyer 16h .. Phone 376-3411. Closed Phone .2.16 1007 N. Main St. $1095
ground sprinkler system This terms. Call
6 kitchen Ideal
pet completely re-decorated In > privileges.
house has many attractive extras chidrn. pets. .65. 404 NE 1 TWIN bed. box springs & mat. 1964 Phone FR 2.6313 56 FORD :
past year.Paved circular driveway 4th St. for student who needs quiet place FLEETWOOD. 57 x 10 3 BR.
courtyard 2 car carport and must be seen to be appre- MARY MOELLER. REALTOR to study ress, foam rubber mattress. 840. 8380 down. Take over paymentsof Northcentrol Florida + Town sedan V-t auto .
plus garage. First time offered ciated. Let us show It to you. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 NICE efficiency furnished apt. In 372.71 C.I 376-3\U. 87083 per mo. James H. radio, heater -red and _
Open house Sunday 2 to 5-411 convenient location close to shop NICE room private entrance & Brown. Waldo. Largest
white. .
the price Is right and represents T.V antennas 84 single stack udouble 4175. I 1-owner. new
SW. list Street. ping center. Ideal for couple water also I with twin beds. Dealer Lkl can

a sacrifice. Owner transferred.FHA Fordyce Acreage'o bath stack. 81495 complete kit. I Inpndent dition. _
furnished. Available now. $40 entrance & bath. 865 NW OWNER. 8 x 4 2 bedroom Knox
commitment. Terms Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave.
pego-
mobile Air conditioned. $645
31st Ph. -
tleble. Offered Call ASSOCIATES per month. Call FR Av. 372-77.
by owner. tract, wooded 6-370 Carpeted, 81700. Town & Country :
J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworlh acre beautifully THE best costs less. Unrivaled '
473-4347 Keystone. Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire southwest of town only 8165.00 an ON 301 In Waldo furnished cottage NICELY furnished, newly Share decorated service. Your Philgas Dlst. Full- Trailer Lodge 37693 After 5. : DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS 60 FORD :
for career girt.
; kitchen, bedroom and room Ton pick up. _
FR 23417 acre. A beautiful ranch with magnificent bat \
$11 week Includes utilities bath with one girl. Limited kit. gI Inc. 31652 NEARLY new 2 BR 11f. wide.
pastures. water, tobacco $895 .
Multiple
Listing ete .
chen Phone Will sell rent trade. landIf
PARRISHPRESENTS 448-1184. 3765426IN I
and peanut allotments and timber piviees. ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. -
at 8165.oo an acre a real PRIVATE HOME. nice clean am back at old stand, 516 W. desired. 42.175DEA 55 FORD
APARTMENT at 2010 N.W. 3rd
buy on today's market. Place. $50. Phone FR 2-8424. room for reliable gentleman. No University Ave. I buy sell and POOLE-GABLE I 3/4 ton. Flat bed pick u. :
Investment acreage close to MedI- drinking. Phone FR 4-5047. trade. 1st class repairs, as al- LOCALLY $595 _
FREDARNOLD cal Center In soutnwest, 20 acre ATTENTION POSTAL ways. with bank rates 119 SE First Ave. I
FOR GIRLS ONLY, living -
1320 rr 57 FORD
660
parcel approximately x
kitchen and laundry roomi YOU MAY BE NEGLECTING Service Satisfaction 3724343FOR
for 85500. Beautiful rolling hills EPLOYES I M ton Fleet side. trans- --
Furnished apartments per week 316 N.E. 1st Stx YOUR HEARING. Our Free Examination 4spl
unfuris
100 for horses
over acres perfect and 4th St. will 23 yrs. In mobile homes business mission.
ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bed- and cattle 837500 an acre. Also hs. give you an accurate -
room attractive home. with central other listings available from area. Phone 51-A Wonted To Rent Report. Visit Gainesville assures your protection. I $595

heating and fully airconditioned. 875.00 on up. 2 BEDROOM 5 room apt. N.W. Hearing Aid Company today. 620 THE COREC SPECIAL .
N. Main St. Phone FR BUTSMOBILE
This
of
was one the new 6-09.
REALTORPRICE 7th Ter. Seen by appointment. $75 TIME
homes In the 1962 Parade of RECENT college graduate .nend 54 FORD
Homes Show. Let us tell you FORDYCEAssociates month. Phone FR 6-31. 114V ing summer school AIR CONDITIONER 9000 BTU 895; Ford+matlc, radio & heater. .
N.W. 7th Ter. Jalousie & thermopane windows;
tractive living June
2-1411
more about this one. REDUCEDFour qu.rte 15 INC. FR $245
HI-FI components odds & ends.
15. Please write to
August
Inc. NICE clean 1432 N.W.15th .
bedroom 2 bath home
being
" FLORIDA. PARK AREA. A pleasant offered for sale for less than .aparment.. Apartment. Linda Zlch.rla. ill Pilgrim Rr. Private owner. Must sell. FR 2- 441 N. at city limits across fromGainesville Courtesy Of

a masonry 3 bedroom home on the FHA appraised value. situated 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 145. FR 25627.SEMIDUPLEX.- Birmingham Mich. 3041. Livestock MarketIT'S Goo Transportation Cars

a nice I lot 110 x itt located with In N.W. location at 1806 N.W. 46 Acres beautifully wooded. Suit 3 rooms very attractive GRADUATE student and wife. mid REFINISHED oak slant-front desk, University Chevrolet From.

walking distance to J. J. Fin- 38th Terrace. Comes complete able for homesite or develop private entrance thirties want furnished hs for oak dresser and wash stand N. Main St. at 16th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN.

ley Elementary School and Gainesville with refrigerator laundry dryer ment. N.W. 39th Ave., near Mill- bath, lights and hot water an.. abu 1 year no or large empire mahogany buffet, FOOLISHto NO DOWN PAYMENT

High School. Owner leaving and window air conditioning unit. hopper Rd Intersection. 9500. newly remodeled and redecorated FR 27327.RESPONSIBLE sectional sofa blond drop leaf pay more. RECKLESS to
town. Approximately $450 down to quailed Terms. FR 6-6<<1 after 5 pm. reasonably permenant tenants. pts. BR table and 4-chairs. Lamps Antique pay less. GET THE REAL
family needs 3
FHA buyer.REALTOR and weekends. 814 N.E. 11th Ave. Ph. 2-211, Bric-A-Brac, Other household FACTS. Payments low as
GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town unfurn. hous Sept. 1. J. Stewart, Items. Nearly-Nu Furniture I RaulersonMotors
15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes after 5:30: or all day Saturday in Rd., $57.29 per month with $300 down.
and must sell' 4 be<;room. 2 bath P. 6 Buffalo 26 N.Y. Shop. 316 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR
home living room. family room. WEEK SPECIAL 2 CCB buildings. and 200 and LAKE GENEVAMobie

built-in kitchen and screened Drive by 922 N.W. 34th Terrace and 4" well with water system. Phone 2 BR apiupstairs.. $50 per mo. 52 Boarders Wanted 62CHILD'S Homes Sale
porch. Central heat and centralair view this handsome 3 bedroom 2 FR 22649 after 5 or weends. Water furnished. 559 NE 4m Go Kary 2.5 HP Crafts Rt. Keystone Fla.
condit.'ng. Priced to sell./ .ath home. Truly an "aristocrat* man engine. original cost 8140 1611 HAWTHORNE
Ave. be after 5 P.M.
v of homes comes complete with 43 Colored Property Call FR May 28890.seen ROM and Board for girls. Private 2 years old. Will sell cheap. C.I BELIEVE IT ROAD
-4 .
Phone
built-in kitchen. central heatingand Washing Macine.
FINLEY School ai.a. Attractive 3 376754.
bedroom. 2 bath masonry homeon air-conditioning. Price and HOMES FOR SALE CLEAN living room |Just refur FR U3. BRAND NEW 1964 OR NOTSave MILLER- 3725285Home

nicely landscaped large lot. terms on request. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & nised. newly painted. 1 BR ap. @
$400 10 x 2 BR furnished
NW 23rd Blvd. 575 4'
54 Business
Immediate possession. May we SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- Immed. Phone Rent.alGARAGe MODERN HOMEFully only $3195. $35040 BROWN of A-1 Used Cars
show this NEAR SHOPPING CENTERWell mo. occupancy. don .
you one. ment. Some small down pay CARS TRUCKS
4-2472. Weseman Realty. $5409 per month. JEEPS
located $57 to automatic zig zag 1030 E. Univ. .i"-
constructed. centrally ment. Monthly payment space tor rent, 613 S.W. Over 50 models to choose from
MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 economical home with 3 bedrooms $65. Also homes built on your TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real- sewing machine. Set dial FR 2-3582
bedroom. 2 bath home located ona and 1 bath. With Homestead Exemption lot for no down payment.Call NW 36th Avenue. $52 per month. tor. FR 2.1C. stitches appli TRAILER MARTHWY.
large lot with fenced back yard. taxes are only $45.00 per TOMMY RIDGELL FR fo fan
Ideal for children. Walking distance year. Full price $12.300 with $400 Builder Phone FR 2-4125 224NICE APPROX. 6,000 sq. ft. on ACL que, u t tonholes, etc. 17 PHONE 321.10S0SUNDAYS
to Westwood Jr. High. Central down and $78.00 per month to a 1 bro air conditioned rail siding. Yard space at rear $119. I TO 6
31st Ave. all on paved street. SW 2nd
heat and air conditioning. qualified FHA purchaser. duplex. S 5 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
44 Cottages for Rent plus utilities. 374-5259. Ave. Call 376-7511. String- Sewing Machine Service Co.

JNDER $10.000. New 3 bedroom BEST BUY 1 BR air cond. furn. trailer & enclosed fellow. 815 W. Univ. Ave. TRAILER for sale.' 8 x 31' Travel-
homes built under FHA specifications FURNISHED. 1 BR con age, all cabana. Excellent condition. FR 6-1075 Ite with nice 10 x 15 cabana.
Lovely 2 story residence with 3 bed- Yes! It's True!
and available to qualified rooms. 2 baths family room wood electric:. located tile shower on, Santa good ventilation Fe- FR 2186 .A.M.. and 56 Business Opportunities USED AUTOMATIC Whittnauer Price $1000. C.I 374-4427.

buyers with FHA financing. No burning fireplace In living room FR 4-12 P.M. zoom 8 mm elec. camera- pro- 1 BR air cond. furn trailer & enclosed *
Lake. Phone FR 25458 or 2-
closing costs and no city taxes. EXCELLENT downtown Smcla I Excellent condi
and dish washer In the kitchen. r lector value cabana.
all,. UTIL. FURN. close-In. 2 rooms. private cobln.tlon.
$17,000 with good terms. Service Station -open and for 15 tion. FR and .-
bath off-street parking no d 885. City Supply, 2-981. .A.M NO FLIM-FLAM
fESTSIDE. New residential subdivision business
NO Ing will lease to responsible P.M.
1 BEDROOM TRAILER pets. Also newly papered 1st floor 1021 W. Univ. Ave. 1
opening soon. Acre lots.
party with adequa t e '
streets now being paved. May we HOLLY FOREST PETS, FR 25633.ONE 1 BR apt. 1 SW 2nd PI. capital. Sinclair Refining ONE Hotpoint chet type deepfreeze FOR SALE or rent 1960 Great

tell you more about this restricted Exceptionally fine home on quiet EFFICIENCY apt. near shopping Phone FR or Co one 40" by Lakes Mobile Home. Located on .
bedroom turn cottage twin 2-12 7 cstom.buil
street situated at 4219 6 NO GIMMICKS !
SW. 7th private lot.
residential .area outside city lim Avenue amidst huge live oak beds. water furnished, no pets. Ideal for working I.d. P. M.Bootllb. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. bookcase with / C.I 372.24.SEE
its. 3037 S.W. Archer Rd., FR 2-5633. NW 10h Ph. o*A width roll away bed. us for MOBILE HOME SUP
shade trees. May we make an 42 Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity Caddelt 1045 N.E. 4th St.
M PLIES 8. MOBILE HOME INSURANCE
appointment for you? 6-77. for the right man to get In
45 Furnished Apts. 2 BR furnished apt. private en. the bowling .ie business with a 372-0115.- at the lowest rates.SPECIALroof New 1964 1 GMC
M.M. trance and bath. 3 students or Imal capItal Call FR Medium brown 7' sofa with chair coating $SO/gal.. Pickups ;

ARNOLDREALTY couple. Also one very nice bedroom or FR .29J A for Mr. foam rubber, good cond. 8100. Dinette Town & Country Trailer Sales
NICELY furnished convenient avail now. Phone FR Haynes. set like new brown & Ivory 3840 SW Archer Rd. FR 2.2
downtown area S75. Also garageapt. 221 table. 36x48, plus 2 leaves and 6
PARRISHAND COMPANY air conditioned. $90. Adults or 4S21. MAN ond wife tem, free to live chairs. Like new. 870. 372.5516 eve- 1963 Titan 10 x 51. 2 BR trailer
Multiple Listing Member only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's out of town and operate a small nings. $150 down and take over pay $175 DOWN S
1219 W. Un'v. Ave. 3723522 Music Store.FURNISHED 46 Unfurnished ApH. Sundry and rental I business. Phone ments of 17.6 per m Phone
ASSOCIATES. INC. FR PILE is soft and loty. colors 454-1849
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Associates: Peter Slog Apartment tor rent .312 retain brilliance cleaned

H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge with" living Rm., bedroom tile TWO bedroom duplex, kit TRAILER PARK near Gainesville with Blue Lustre. Rent electric 80 Tractors Truck Rentals .
Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo bath, alr-condA 1, 2 bedroomApt. chen equipped. $$S per month.See 19,9. dwn. low mthl., sh.mpr SI. McDaniell Furni- 6 $5611 -
9 NJ2. First St. Tel. 372.5375 Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene FR 7-9569. at 4144 NW 4th St. C.I. Cc Gainesville Shopping anyrel Per Month
MARY RENT a one-way
TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately MOELLER RELTO. Ceter. In the truc. from Unlt .:
lower level of duplex 1019 W. Unlv Ave. REPOSSESSED ,
; Singer Zig Zag Alls M NW 8th Ave FR 4-3935
; stove and refrlg. situated makes decorative stitches, applique

SERVICES about 3 biles off campus. 1105 Gl Wanted to Buy bnon/es. monor.ms. etc. 83 Motorcycles Scooters I : License tag state sales tax life :
Including
] NW 4th Ave. $80 per. m Phone Only $. pymenl per (
FR 4-5871. CASH for your used furniture, refrigerators mo. $ W. 4-1075. and finance charges. :

NEW 1 BR dple apt., kitC stoves TVs. clothing BABY Danish Modern Thayer ALLSTATE 125 cc. motorcycle. I
month etc. FR 2-33. Wla'lService crib with new mattress Excellent running cond; Call FR I.

eipp S Ph. 3744372 day Center, Hawoe 825;bab a Port-arlb. 815. Phone 4-2425. Tropical PontiacCMC

Home And Business 376-7 evenings. 62 Tools 376. 1942 ALLSTATE Cruisalre for sale.
Machinery
; NICE apartment, close in, priv. 6 8200 wedding gown selling for S60. Sell as Is. $75. Call 372.2

bath shower and entrance utils. FOR sale small Caterpillar buit- Full leth. setin. Size 12. Call FOR SALE lightweight French Truck Center :
and antenna furnished also efficiency -
Auto Glass ; dozer ,' blade. In good condition. Fran Blan'l Beauty Salo motor bikes. good mileage. Ideal

PlumbingSEWER girt. 531 SE apt.2nd Ideal Place.for wring Reasonable. Call 442-17(0 any. 3- for use with restricted drivers 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 :

2-2 time SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK 9 x 12 license. Tw slightly used 1942
AUTO GLASS Is our only busIness. NEW 1 BR. duplex apt. for rent linoleum Power mowers Models $95 ec. Two 1'6 M
Immediate Installation at $75 BR apt. at $85 $.1. eli -
per m 64 Household 81495; vo; desk S 2.52
free pickup 4. delivery. Add INSTALLEDNEW with kitchen equip. Jon Mer- Goo 85 It 89; beds S & 815; ends o after 6 "' ------ -- ---- --- -- -- -
beauty 4 value to your car.MAULDIN'S & used fixtures. completeplumbing rill. Realtor T-A-G playpens bab and SI2 -

AUTO GLASS CO service "BIG" JIMHUGULE't. I APPLANCE wringer 827.50; M.y- AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
Newly painted extra nice 2 Bed Tested 'ashe.
TO N.W. 4th St FR 6-2558 Gainesville Plumb a .
room. 16 x 12 Vaster from S39 op ranges, rrlgerator. dinettes re
ing. FR M5S9. bedr 4 Rerler.to
Duplex apartment. neighborhood suites SPECIAL auto painting Automotive I
Qi R.nge' from up NO DOWN PAYMENTWe
Bulldozing with trees. from $ up couch S12.50; piano bench 87; :39"bed repairs 12'5
1 Was 11 tnp
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER CII FR 4-1897. o ask for Dre from "up 813; and may other Oem Miller It S 732 N.W. .
SMALL bulldozer loader dump Home. 2 FOrr fr'up at Pauline's 1425 E. Univ. Ave. Phone .
trucks fill dirt lime rode. Top 2 up Free delivery. P 6 -

lOlL Phone 372-7846. prices.your furniture Call Sally.treasonable 47 House for Rent Furn.I JIM 10 D.e VOYLES APPLIANCE from S35 u. PAIR of trundle beds. 825; 21" AIR Special CONDITIONING, S2JO fo, performancetest. Tune UP Have Slashed Prices To The Bone :

BULLDOZERS a. Dragline Backhoe Experienced. FR e-ttM. Port. T.V.. 865; ReintoRa .. and models. :
419 NW Ave-Ph. Al On This
Select Of Come
Port. Group Cars.
wheel tractors motor I 312-5 Typewriter W HaYes Powers Motor Co.. Air
BEDROOM tfupiex at 2014 S.E. 5560.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. Conditioning Servicing Center.
RemodelingDO 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House REPSSESSEDHELP In And See What Only A Few Dollars
(Buck> Johnson. FR 4-4219 Call FR COLDS PT. 11 cw. ft. refrigerator 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR J .
o 6 large freezer compartment 2541
I Concrete YOU NEED. Florida room, extra 2 B R frnisse.. no pets. S65. Phone FR .2 Per Month Will Buy. :
room. more room. roof work. $70 SW ArcherRd. SAVE MY CREDIT AUTOMOBILES for SALE
3 lye been transferred out of town EMERSON 21" screen tabletop 1
CONCRETE finishing. Walks or maybe a complete new home? FR -
Appliance Repair & -5 model TV wrought Iron stand
drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard For a free estimate & celt says responsible -
guaran- par
dp.
2 BR furnished house. $100 per my In very good condition. Call CHEVROLET 'tt St Wagon.Broo&oi Per Month
Air-Conditioning etc. expertly dune. Estimates teed work phone Carl C. month. NW 3Wi Ave. Phone 372- cn. pts. O S3 ModeL R I. H,
appliance Group I
Call 3723884. anytime Waters 3133019.CARPENTER n Ito.ge. t.MATERNIT : RAMBLER
59 $695 $38 :
1504 for appt.3BR$75permo.A,5rm.S30. consists of nylon covered sofa bed WARDROBE. I lust new tire extra low mil . .

Aa HANDYMAN SHOP Landscaping I. repairing.desires work Phone additions FR Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Bam. also matching matching cocktail chair.table 2 end with tables mar I.* lie. Reasonably. were priced very new.exa Sizes CORVAIR age. PrIce $795. 65 I! 57 STUDEBAIER a. 295 18 :

Flrst-m air conditioning and Apliaace > 2-4102. turn over RR to proof tops. Bedroom suite, dresser 14-15. Call Ma.'O eip
repairs. We sell guaranteed LANDSCAPE SERVICE 1st l., turn left trK D biting mirror O 316 ra. 1400..Ie. w1.miles. 56 FORD 390 21 :
Gress-Sod-Ceroen M.i.Nursery D' m c.flt DOUBLE bed mattress maple . . .
washers refrigerator ate Sewing Machine RtpalnCALI W. Hunt. size bookcase bed. lt payments small equi
; Ff-+027. stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S foam padded family Nadbr bCas Matching A. consider car for :
cin 57 STUDEBAKER SW 390 21
FOR RENT Furnished
NURSERY -SEWING MACHINE SER- modern 3 aba Norye full wi I.r open eouHv. o
WE FIX IT Co. CCB wIth TV. washer wi dis ee V mJ
Landscape VICE CO. 113 W. University Be size freezer crIsper on stock t. lt Long ext. 33.

Any- type appliance electricalwortc FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Ave. 37*1G7S. Wt repair an d. Et $118 month. 2 door deluxe range Is als se I 'a T.V. I Po and lamp FORD station wed wagon, good 56 RAMBLER e a 395 23 :
eratae repairs
or gasoline MilkPl. Work fully guaranteed.: This group originally sold 810. Dlls 1S
doneImmediately end ICOftCIf' 1 BR hse$65. ,1 518 1" Studio couch 85. ri condii tlrl. ra

celt)'. Pick up end delivery. Mortgage Broker Tires Alignment Ave. N only .cai e 110.. etc. sander. misc.tools. di tater. sard "1f. Prl. 58 FORD . eec. 550 32 :

BUTLER t SONS FHA and conventional at lowest AIR CONDITIONED 1 BR house located $263No Cl FR 2.i SI'5 PI412
CENTER Brake ServiceS 56 FORDSW..5..250 15 :
$!RVICE 19S9 4-door i
Monterey
current rates. Terms to 23years. 413 NE St. Misc. furniture for sae: beds Mercury M
1S3TNW: 6th St. Pa-ztM Will gladly discuss at no S As money take ever dan. Air conditioned radio heater .
only $45 me. FR pay chests etc. Also camping
PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL Si obligation. Call tomorrow.J. VACATION SPECIALON p Cl M25 c w ask for tra( lap See white side wails. Exceotion- ; 57 FORD SW . 395 :
per Inch plus Sll to Install most W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor famous nationally known No"awlt SMALL 2 BR b house for rent. In storage at ( a \. J abe' c-ea-v Renonab. FR 2-131X 2

tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 1-8494 tire Save uo to S minute C University water NATIONALFURNIRE 1 AI' 1234 E. Ulv. AvO 55 Rambler SW 195 13 E
TVs from S .?i. 50% on new tires. See our Call FR *. ...
Reconditioned FRED B. ARNOLD new U. 70 Boats-Marine !.. I M. like new 1375. 1958 I
THE VARIETY STORE wrap around retread that elvesmore Suburban: 2 BR house larg WAREHOUSE ( 2 dr. M. $300. Phone I
REALTOR 55 METRO 350 21
7 S-E. 1st Ave. FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS mileage & traction. Lad.'nor Urge wired for al p BI FL 9-2561 MERCRY.3723124.VALIANT . . :
4 Technician's wtm M .years epertence Tire Co an N. Mete S t. gn. South U on<- Open deity .Sun 11. Sm. beat a. aO equipment feeliJding _Jw5

on all makes.Approittl Ills W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 diti. Phone FR 4-7107 I Ut3447 Jax Fla.. Delivery n outboard motor 5 h-p 870. 1963. clein WW ti 59 RAMBLER AM. SW 595 34 :

Tree Service or drive t Sam's Guff where Cash. Can find me at home. RL.Burton. automatic V-200. S.n o
MORTGAGE MONEY Station.o Ave. Twe. elder car and payments. II S
Se"ic.I I 1108 SE 2nd 59 PLYMOUTH
SY* per cent Interest. Terms to A-l TREE SERVICE s 66 Misc. Sale. Thors. FrL & Sat. afternoon. Call. 2-3813 e 5 JO or
I 2S yearn.BUY Pruning demosstng bracing & ca- 2 Bedroom house, 1105 N.W. 33rd : l' afternoon and ask SW
: 9 750
BUILD REFINANCE Melng !. tree removal. Cavity Avenue corner of Sills St. House 14 boat trailer. Excellent conditi pass . 4
FREEZER 8 b
: open call FR CES TPE G 840. See 1720 $1. paVOKSWAGEN
B. ARNOLD
.FRED Cat work a. tree feeding. Lawn service anteed. a 4 e.ra
REALTOR Dan Byrd and maintenance. Licensed Refrigerator service hi FR 4.k' 1941 Sun roof ex 58 RAMBLER . 495 29

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSlaVICR (25 NW U St. Ph. FR J-2S11 & insured. Free estimates. Trey 41 Home for .Unf ra. home. No service charge on Pen American fiberglass boat. alent condii C b seen I '

Bit W. iftirv.' AVL.PH.. J72-3S22 GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA Thames. 376-8<<. Jack Hoover, pairs. Wanted refrigerators and r 40 HP Mercury & trailer. Fi ani CI Fi .20 58 Plymouth ..... ..... 495 29
and conventional' loans. Low 4U-34S2. Gainesville Fla UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house freezers needing repair. FR 23 Camping trailer. 9 x r. Jetfire hord- ,
1963 Oldsmobile
rates... Terms to 25 ...... 1228 STt Mt Unfurnished 2 bed equipped. Sleep 5 GR W 61 FIAT 495 29
WINDOW CLEAN I KG Furnished A CHANNEL T. V. antenna top coupe oir conditioned . . .
Auto W. Univ. Ave. 3723393.FOROYCE S m complete. Not*. BARGAIN _l'" family cruiser
I Equipment d ,. "FR D I Brants.SU 191 75 hf Evta rude. 4 speed transmission. Car 395 24
: and Associates Inc. WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned I. I buy. S1J. Glassper. 59 Renault . .
I Conventional end F.RA. lean*. end waxed houses washed II 64 Avenue. Tandem trailer. C 86400 erifl- fo parked o Univ; Cit .

Cat1 3761234Grace Fordyce, YT*. experience. Free estimates. FORDYCE RENTALS -COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Priced for C $ ". Wa Bank parking lot. See 56 CHEVY 495 29

i HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & Realtor. Fordyce Associates. Phone F* IS3.ADVERTISE. Call o a to .find the Chairs No money larger b. Cl 4722213. Foster or Mr. Johnson at . .
l a
I
exchanged Repair kit* for Inc.. 914 West University Ave- Many Ibt down pr, 14* fiberglass bottom boat, 11gM-
S Walker Factory a Mt the bank. i
authorized _' apartment "
J:1.4 semi V bottom
Free estimates pickup weight
A
Hydraulic j acs FORDYCEAIAT livery AH work .frjuaraa-. ning lights. SVi ". 41 coupe at .... $995 Motor Co. -
Service HULL'S I" CORYAIR
SERVICE Aaant.4. SUPPLY 1314 BRAKE si PAINTING teed. s 37.1 cl cond. .0 trill. A 6 ............... IU95 Ridgway

Main -PR )- .' _IN THE INC S CaH. FR 2-4 RENAULT ............. 495
S y WANTED: Painting. Free estimates. BUYERS CLOSE OS ta. new days ae 5 RENAULT ................. S795
No lob too smalL SZaVICK JlIBr.CTOarto': t 37.12 dl. NEW 6 FIAT 400 mL ............ ins 1132 S. Main St. FR 2,8433c
ADVERTISE IN TIlES FI RENT OR SALE J Bedroom. tra D. Always ,camping tra. O.FORD .._ _.
Work guaranteed. Phone only cent G"11 .uo $1A
I&&YJC& .DIKECTOSY bath central heat bl MIL o ns S. FR
FR 25630. tove.. C 4BS-3J1I DISCOUNTS. I sw li Avenue. later afternoons Phone 372-3407 u.




!: t. "



I

"

'-- < ----k .:;" '-" .. 1' ., .. .. _,_ .



:v ., 1 ""

I .
1


16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday June 2, 1964 _

Egg Market 1 1 Extra large 39-41, mostly 41;
\ ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
JOHNSON'S 'GREAT SOCIETYEDITOR'S I JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast large 37-38; medium 30-32, most-\1-

Florida Egg Market pricesto ly 32; small 24% -28, mostly 28.\ FLORIDA Swimming Pool
1 retailers: ,Poultry at farms: fryers 13%;
NOTE Ten This repetitive emphasis "The great society" presumably when Johnson took office. But it i I
days ago, in a commencement points up Johnson's hope that fits better with Johnson's.I was something he could grab i
address at the University of the public eventually will link desire to be viewed as a "pres- hold:\ of-because it promised to by Rivers Construction Co.A .
Michigan, President Johnson his name with the term-much ident of all the people"-a sort be popular, relatively noncontro- *Pierce Wulbern Murphey
of leader who versial and ambitious. QUALITY POOL Backed by a
invited the youth of America to as Franklin D. Roosevelt was non-partisan espouses -
with the New Deal, causes aimed at unifyingthe Most important, perhaps, Corp. i iI
join in building "the great so- associated 33'2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3761291Members FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
clety." Since then he has used Harry S. Truman with the Fair nation. Johnson could have faith in an
the phrase of rallying crya I. Deal and John F. Kennedy with Johnson bore down hard on embryo antipoverty program be-I New York Stock Exchange i 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
of his in Robert W Kuhn Harry S. Myles
development which is ana- the New Frontier. the unity theme in his com- cause experiences Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
lyzed in the following article. Some Johnson aides say pri- mencement address Saturday at Texas. NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
vately the concept of "the great the University of Texas. One of the institutions of which

By FRANK CORMIER society", as the President has Proclaiming a turning point in he is proudest is the Pedernales EVERY GRADUATEwants
EACH POOL YOU CET
expressed it, is more typical of the national history, he envisioned Valley electric cooperative backin
WASHINGTON (AP) -President -his view of the role of govern. a choice between two his home country. He was a a ,ZENITH "ALL AMERICAN" Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
Johnson is making a determined -ment than anything he has done roads-one leading to "The moving spirit in the creation of : RADIO Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
effort to identify his as chief executive. I Great Society" and the 'other this electric system, which TRANSISTOR Leaf Net

what administration he terms with"the a great quest for society. However, they emphasize the "to a legacy" of despair and deg- transformed region.In the economy of his 1695 'to $275COUCH'S CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
." concrete aspects of the concept radation.
rebuilt cities, flourishing In a sense, the key items in similar fashion, he operated -1 608 N.MAIN RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
Johnson evidence of
gave new schools, conservation programsand the Johnson program are an outgrowth a job retraining program as!! ST. 'I
his attachment to this label dur- 1909 EAST 5th STREET
the elimination of poverty- of his past. The poverty Texas director of the National
ing a four-day holiday weekend rather than the abstractions program is an example.This Youth Administration during the'::1 GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST DISPLAY DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
trip to New York and Texas. John- OF ZENITH RADIOS I 622-7043 FLA.
which have embellished package was no more depression. This, too, helped'
The President, who flew backto
delivered son's speeches on%the subject. than a packet of study papers boost the local economy. I '.
Washington Sunday night, -
four speeches during the They argue that, throughout
trip and, in three of them, he his political life, Johnson has 1\- I
talked about "the great so- been intrigued by the notion of
revitalizing the economy of entire -
ciety. regions through rural electrification < !" t =

power projects, reforestation ; -
job retraining and ,.
FairciothAsks .1 f S : ::
the like.
Johnson first talked in detail ;

Suit about "the great society" in his .
May 22 commencement addressat I000CHA

., _
the University of'.Michigan.In i '
Be DroppedTALLAHASSEE that speech, he urged his _
youthful audience to join in
(AP) Earl helping to rebuild cities, preserve -
Faircloth of Miami, winner of I the countryside and promote
the Democratic nomination as education. He cited theseas
attorney general, has asked dismissal central challenges facing the
of Atty. Gen. James nation.At .
Kynes' suit challenging the first the same time, he talked
primary election returns. about a society in which men
lost fewer than are concerned more about the
Kynes by 600
of their than the
quality goals
votes in final returns. In con-
of their goods, aboutan '
testing the result he alleged irregularities -quantity
unspoiled land where man
at the polls in some
counties. can commune with nature. NOEt7
For a time, Johnson toyed
Faircloth asked Circuit Court with the phrase "better deal"-
Judge Hugh M. Taylor Mondayto words he first used off-the-cuff
dismiss the suit. Faircloth in a television interview. This _
contended he was duly nomi- phrase was dropped after a brief -
nated and that nothing in Kynes' trial run, however-perhaps be-
suit would invalidate.the election cause it was too reminiscent of
returns. the Roosevelt and Truman la-
The Democratic nominee is bels.

virtually assured of becoming ( ti Bs ii
Florida's next attorney general.
There is no Republican on the
November general election bal I

lot. $100,000 Fabulous Gibson Air Sweep. .
Kynes, former executive as- says .
sistant to Gov. Farris Bryant, the most wanted single feature In
was appointed attorney genera 1
Gibson Room Air Conditioner
by the governor in January to ::} air conditioning!
replace former Atty. Gen. Richard Judges of value like
Ervin. Bryant elevated Er the value of our car
with Air
vin to the State Supreme Court. Insurancel Contact : patented Sweep With one sweeping advance
m*today O Gibson Air-Sweep makes all other

Honor Student 1" 117 N.E. oS: out-perform all others foreffective air conditioners obsolete.

c=::.g II Air-Sweep's automatically oscillating
SAVANNAH Laurie Lee 16th Ave. ,
automatic -
Leaich, who formerly attended PhoneFRcmkUn coolingGibson 352 vanes sweep cool, dry air overhead
school in Gainesville, was one
of five Savannah High School from wall-to-wall, roomtoroomthroughout

seniors to win a Principal's 2-0444 will pay $100,000.00 to the first manufacturer whose com your house every
Award for maintaining a scholastic
average of 3.9 or better parable, room air conditioners can outperform the Gibson Air-Sweep gg five seconds.

during four years of high school. Ralph Turlingtonf air conditioners In automatic distribution of air conditioned air through S8

Before moving to Savannah, extols Or' out the living area of a modern home. This Gibson $100,000.00 Challenge -
Miss Leaich lived in Gainesville C
12 years and attended Kirby- Fir STATE,and Casualty Company FARM pS: must be accepted prior to August 1, 1964. Complete details of The
Smith Elementary School and HMM iuu..a Featuring
Ptflcts Bloomincton.IRIaoit terms and conditions will be sent to anyone requesting them from
Buchholz Junior High. ; a WORLD FAMOUS
Hupp Corporation, Gibson I Refrigerator Division, Greenville, Michigan.
Gibson 'Texan"
.
Air Conditioner
,
; T


er : G42 o Qt Cools An Entire House
ic:: I
;_ i With Exclusive Air Sweep

.'y. .. -, !H THE COMPLETE LINE OF
YHCONDITlONElSATMcDUFFUX.IKfi: Nothing else? like it for documented whole house eoollna-Satisfied customers -

from Florida to California testify In writing: the Gibson Texan with
# FKOM 5,000 Tl
Air Sweep cools a whole house-a!! by itself, end usually with 'less than
-
25,000 BTU1
\ 2 degrees of variance from room to room!


"If it doesn't sweep, it's obsolete!


..-.... w s-
,


1-i- [i t ;l"":: .Y ; .'" "- "4... 4 .'. ,

Don't forget -
'

U l= to get your \ Gibson: FACTORY SPECIAL!


C money '

X in by II While They Last! New 1964 GIBSON Slumbermaster

i rJ ONLY
the 20th Model Air ConditionerPacks
IK'
_' : : f '1

u Earn profitsfrom $ big cooling power Into o cabinet that fits all windows with

the 1st the This t Is+ a r0C1""me. 11 'II.. new Expando: Mount that you can easily install yourself! No special
actual Gibson seal Air Conditioners affixed t wiring needed for this Gibson J jewel-you just plug it into any
signifies that BTU household outlet! Flush Powerful 2 speed fan
/hr. coaling capacity. \ ordinary mounting, ,
Watts shewn en and the ampere nameplate Easily Removable Filter, are just a few of the quality features in
"'- "
ore by certified trie Nation.at accurate this fine Gibson.There's .
Etectncal Manufacturers
J? rdon us for tooting our ., .

own horn but we think this is '- __=__ As.socicttlon"q=- :-_ _=:_ _______ =_ ._ _'___=-_ -_ -: _- __ _-_ ,_ _-_ TI= :- _- ;; _:. _=. '_' :.J

a harmonious Idea.Visit us now

or use the mails. A McDuff Store Near YOU With The Air Conditioner To Fit YOUR Needs!



First Jlederalsaving

CORNER NORTH MAIN STREET
&loan association OYf.
'of Gal e..n

till l MtMttfc KDCIAl SAYMCS AND 12th AVE.

4 tOAN MUtANd COtfOIATIOMKDUAl

HOM lOAN SANK STSTMJ4f PH. 376-1296-OPEN TIL 9 PMI
3M a a
W. UMVnsrrf Avr.AT >
4 X I
.
r N.W.UTH ST..AND 4TH AVC.
.II'W. -:.:- f 601$11'' \ I
.
,
I
i'" r ::. .. _'. .. 1

i

.\ : ';!Ii. y 1 \ 1 ,; f

.... !

,'/. t"J1 ,; ,- 't: _J.. '.. t'J'" _",,-' 'Lt.: ."" r....; i > ; _.:, l....: :a-R.a_;'rL _M"f& ..'_ -.. :-. .' /t.:4r-: /'": $ _" ...y -t ".:': '. :._.:,i... >e:3.- ;....;._ K :: :_;.-" L ;,..