Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00138
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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System ID: UF00079931:00138
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Goldwater Wins In California:

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''I j Gas Station AllowedAt School's Out' Leaps Far ,AheadIn

Farewells, like this one at Lake Forest ElementarySchool
were repeated in 30 schools in, Alachua County Delegate RaceSAN
today, marking the last day of the 1963.64 school year.
Ex-SAE Corner More than 19,000 pupils' headed for vacations. Waving
goodbye to their sixth grade teacher, Mrs. G. E. Sum- FRANCISCO (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater grab-
j mers (above) are Ricky Revell Jean Sneeringer and bed a commanding lead for the GOP'presidential nom
Joyce Chesser. School starts again on Tuesday Sept. 1.Acosta ination today with a stunning California primary victort' -
Judicial r I ;;; :: : : dog, the Arizona senator came
; from behind in the vote count to
7 IYb to out New N A
Ctx 1 nose York Gov. Nel
Ruling May vy ; 1f son A. Rockefeller for the
4nt state's 86 Republican presidentail -
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nominating votes.

Be Appealed .: ,'< ;;;;..,.. r. Goldwater's victory had been
forecast by the electronic
5J projections x
_ By JEAN CARVER, 3 of the television networks !INr. I-:
I (' Sun Staff Writer y? ? 4 ; But it took all-night tabulations -
r The SAE corner filling stationcan ,f ) 3x = of the actual votes to
can be built, Circuit Judge Geor- Sw.. 'n.x'C establish him firmly as the .
ge Patten ruled yesterday.. \ winner. x
p. City :Attorney Os e' Fagan S S f a} Rockefeller carried most of
said this morning he will recom- the California counties in what
mend to the City Commission was a liberal vs. conservative
't that, the decision be appealed. .. battle.
11)! I "I am not critical of the court r'f 1ti Southern California returns,
i at all, but I disagree with the chiefly'from Los Angeles, gave
,I court's' findings," Fagan ex '..J. !!. "';,; .........., .. r >:$ 55 Goldwater his first victory in a
plained.He ,........., .,, major contested primary after
cited "various reasons"as losses in New Hampshire and
a basis for his recommendation --- 4adu Oregon. This put him near the
after: brief study of the ? a :5 v 55 delegate vote votes requiredthe ADAMS
decree this morning. nomination.The .
The summary decree author- Associated Press tabu-
izes construction of the gas station lation of returns from 31,316 of Water
across from the main'' en- the state's 31,861 precincts

trance of the University of,Florida A,: tv-s; showed Goldwater 1,023,330,
following a lengthy dispute S .Z4 Rockefeller 985,788. PollutionA ,
between Wilbur Bishop and Goldwater was getting 50.9
t' American Oil Company and :T per cent of the vote. Most of

Gainesville City officials. the network projections had Threat -... .
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ranged around 51 per cent, a .....
.c(See SAE on Page 2)) figure on which CBS settled Secretary of State Tom Adams

after having predicted generally attacked air and water pollutionas

Oil FirmExpected rate Is AwaitedCity that he would win with 53 a major threat to Florida's
per cent. economic development here last
Obviously toa shortlivedrtomb night, in ,a speech to agricultural
10.-.. scare, Goldwater took a leaders attending an
.... "Commissioners will an-' of the recreation program. 'transcontinental nap as he flew "Operation DARE" commodity
'.vw.l nounce their decision on the BarT. ""Resentment5 In his .summary ,Massey told .. from Los Angeles toWashing conference.
SAE 'Ruling old Acosta dismissal at 5 of commissioners yesterday that ton. Police hustled a passenger DARE is the University of
p.m. meeting today. The,ruling '" his dismissal of Acosta was'not off Goldwater's jet airliner in Florida's program to develop

NEW YORK American Oil follows ,two days of testimonyin question of morals and char- Los Angeles and made him un- agricultural resources effectively
officials reported "no surprise"at a closed hearing open onlyto done prior to Lanoux' hiring. mand with Mr. Acosta," Green acter, commending Acosta as a pack a satchel. When no bombsor through 1975 The conferenceis
yesterday's circuit court rulIng the press.Yesterday's. '"There was definitely a lack said. "The main reason was "man of fine morals and char guns were found In it, air- the sixth in a series.
that struck down the city's testimony centered of communication between Mr. the program for the Community acter." line officials let him reboard.In Adams said pollution causedby
opposition ,to plans for a service around rebuttals to Acos-' Acosta and myself," La noux Center." "The insubordination chargeis high good humor, Goldwater the development of one resource -
station at the University ta's answers to the 12 charges Both Green and Massey said true," the resigning director joked with reporters on his can seriously hamperSee
Avenue 13th Street intersec against the 32-year-old Negro said.He explained he felt the there had, been insubordination explained. "There, is no way' I (See CALIFORNIA on Page 2)) ( ADAMS on Page 2))
tion. Community Center supervisor. strained relations also extendedto problems with Acosta prior to can back up on insubordination. .

Carol Lanoux, assistant to Massey and Acosta. ,his failure to follow Massey's ."
Judge ,George Patten's summary Recreation Director Ray Mas City Manager Bill Green said instructions to f close the Com- Massey said there had been WATERMELONSGOING
decree to permit the fill- sey who later'resigned with no that he was aware of the situa munity Center on May 8,.and 9 three separate incidents ,involv-
ing station on the SAE corner at the instructions of the ing' insubordination by ,Acosta
specified termination date, told tion and, had discussed it with City
"comes as" ,no surprise to my commissioners he felt there Massey and later with Mas Commission after a racial incident and that on May 12,he went' to

manager company,stated.J. the.Florida district was some resentment on Acos- sey, Acosta and,Lanoux. at the Recreation Center's, Green' with a letter:, of reprimand TO MARKETr
ta's part about reporting to him The meeting was not solelyto integrated social dancing ''pro to Acosta. r

F. Watkins, Fort Lauderdale rather than Massey as he had discuss ,the chain of com- gram. He said Green noted past acts By BUZZ MKSON ua County melons began this
district manager for Strong support for Acosta dur- of insubordination and recom-
Sun Farm Editor morning in Newberry where
American Oil in Florida,.issued ing the two days of testimonycame mended that Acosta be d is
his statement through the New UF Prof 2 'Students from the advisory councilto missed.At NEWBERRY Alachua Lester Hodge and his brotherCounty's
first watermelons of A. P. Hodge, expect to load
York office, assuring Gainesville ,
Center. the cbse of the
the Community Dur- hearingRev.
to three trucks with melons
season began moving averaging -
residents that the plans "involvethe ing yesterday's hearing, the Thomas Wright, of Mount maiket today after being hit 19-24 pounds.by .
construction of a business recreation director said that Carmel Baptist Church ,asked:
Held in St. AugustineA late frost, an overabundance Lester Hodge said prospects
establishment which will be an
for time after he took the commission to reconsiderthe
asset to the of Gainesvilleand some over of rain and then a period of are for good prices but a short
a credit to American Oil University of Florida proJail.. the new job he had no knowledgethat dismissal and hire Acosta drought yield, due to the dry weather.
the advisory group'existed. again. of AIachSee MELONS on Page 2))
The first harvesting
Co. in this area. fessor and at least two other Also jailed were 22-year-old
Advisory mmittee members This afternoon's meeting was
Watkins said he was certain UF-connected were twin brothers, Jim and Dan Har-
said felt the board scheduled for 5 at the Uti- *
they p.m. *
Jim is
Gainesville citizens would be jailed yesterday for civil rights meting, of ,
been'overlooked and not lities Operations Center.
pleased with the station "when activities in St. Augustine. a '7th year psychology student had consulted about the center's' ,. ........... -,.-..._--
construction is completed and Marshall Jones, 36, an assistworking on a masters degree. program ;
the full impact of services and ant professor of psychiatry in Dan. is.not a student, 'but is adding'to, the growing ,'.k1w"
convenience becomes appar the College of Medicine, was reworking on a research projectported communications problem' be- I'/" ; b.t
ent." 'in the St.Johns County (See UF,PROF on Page 2)) tween city officials and leaders "",;',

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t\) House OKs Water Resource r r,s y/ h I HK

Measure: Could Benefit UFBy f ? a

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CUE CORMIERSun University of Florida cleared from Washington that the ,bill
Education WriterA the,U. S. House of Represen could be of major significancefor
bill which may'result in the tatives yesterday.:' the UF.According. '

establishment of a water re Congressman D., R. (Billy) to Rep. Matthews,
source research facility at the Matthews informed the Sun the bill will estabish research
centers to study water jesources
at Land Grant colleges and uni
SHARPEN YOUR WITS versities. It will also set up a

coordinating agency to insure
there is no duplication of federal } "a
\ l\lAtrrZ-- ON HOMECOMING effort in studying water problems ,
of the nation.

five minutes thought and a.. five-cent postage stamp could Matthews 'said it is entirely
GraduationAt mean big-prize dividends for the winning entrant of the Universityof conceivable the UF could receive -
Florida 1964 Homecoming Slogan;Contest as much as $300,000 withIn 4 V y .4
At CBS The contest, which opens Monday, June 8, and closes midnight the next five years to con ,. Sy
Wednesday July 8, is open to everyone. All homecoming activitieswill duct studies on water resources .ad
be built around the winning slogan. in Florida. JS
460 Today Homecoming is set for Oct. 16 and 17. The University of Honda Only one Land Grant institution -
I I\ Gators will meet the University of South Carolina Gamecocks in in each state wend be designated -
Graduation ceremonies for 460 the homecoming football game. to receive grant funds-
Gainesville i High School seniors Entries must be original and no longer than seven words. in for the project. I IOn
takes place at the University of length. Matthews said right now the
Florida Gym:tonight 'at' 8. Theme for this year's contest is "Operation Education" federal government is spending
.Jean'.Robert ..B. Mautz, vicepresident Entries should be mailed or delivered to: Homecoming Slogan about $75 million a year in researching -
of academic.affairsat Contest, Florida Blue Key office at the University of Florida in water problems., The, '
the,University. of Florida will Gainesville and must be in the office by midnight July 8. new bill will add about $10 million The Vine Now .
deliver the main commencement Past winning slogans have been "Gators Appear on the New annually for water research
'address. ,Frontier," "Gators Pace the Race in Space" and "Future Meets centers for the next 10 years, But on its way to market tomorrow will be the Charleston Gray watermelon
The<.invocation will be: given Past in Gator's Big Blast" he said. ,(foreground) in this 22-acre patch of Carroll Gilbert of Bronson. Gilbert (left) and
by,the Rev.. William Shea, pas Last::year's'prizes included a cruise for two in the Caribbean. and, The bill,''which originated and ". Levy County Agent Leonard Cobb look over the field where harvesting will begin
tor"Highlands 'PresbyterianSeeGILS'on a stereo set passed in 'the' Senate was sent- tomorrow. Alachua County harvesting began today' with'4 cents a pound prices prerailing. .
:( :: ,Page 2)) Prizes for this year's winner have not yet been announced. (See WATER,on Page J) .Sun photo by: Buzz: :Mixson).

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2. Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 3, 1964

I Conference Call for Nev ActionWASHINGTON ; :: : :
SE Asia : Brings :

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, rather than front-line com mitments. This suggested'that cerned. Johnson presumably the Viet Nam war Into the
: (AP-Secre-! Rusk and McNamara were 1 ing the anti-Communist war moving experience. He expressed ing ,

bIt of State Dean Rusk and scheduled to see Johnson late in effort in South Viet Nam and I admiration for the man bat. what he Is looking for, at4 this hopes to get some closer support north.:* Johnson _first repUedj-
from De 'Gaulle for tougherline that Laird not speaking for
a was
1 t Secretary; of Defense Robert S. the day after the President's return -' supporting more effectively the ner In which the new Indian Actual decisions on what is to stage is some use of U.S. powerin
the side of the the administration.When
\ McNamara returned today froma from a speaking trip to government of Premier Nguyen leadership had acted to fill the be done in the trouble area are the area to demonstrate to Southeast on Asian crisis. the .
question was'
Honolulu conference with "a New England. I Khanh. to Johnson. the Communists that he is determined
created by Nehru's death. up pressed the President' finally'said
I number of recommendations" I gap to meet any challenge De ..Gaulle has advocated a"neutralization" ,
McNamara was asked whether -' Officials returning with the Administration i n rmants I : "I know of no plans that
for'President Johnson on new U.S. officials indicated tues- they present. settlement for
there are any plans for expanding -two Cabinet officers declined to said they rather doubted that have been made to that effect."

action to strengthen Southeast the Vietnamese war say exactly what steps wouldbe day night in Honolulu that military Rusk and McNamara would Johnson stressed the peace Southeast Asia.Meanwhile Shortly afterward Laird said

Asia against Communist pres- into North Viet Nam. He declared proposed to Johnson for action might be taken push for any particular combination -theme in a statement at his a small storm was in a speech in the House' that

sur s. that "no plans have been achieving the purpose Rusk against Communist North Viet of actions. These officials news conference saying at one stirred up here by the questionof plans did in fact exist and that

Landing at Andrews Air recommended to the Presidentfor stated of making Communist Nam if it and Red China con thought they would lay alternative -point, "It is others who make whether the U.S. governmenthas his original statement was basedon

Force Base, Rusk told newsmen I approval and none has been North Viet Nam, Red China tinue backing rebellions in South possibilities before the Pres- war, and we who seek peace." planned or made preparations information which' had beengiven

"We brought back a number -' approved.'" and the Soviet Union aware ofU.S. ident together with assessmentsof I Ii for carrying the war to by Secretary of State
Viet Nam and Laos. But they i On another aspect of the
determination not to let
of recommendations, as we the probable results which North Viet Nam. Dean Rusk.
short of denyingthat
This stopped i Southeast Asian crisis John-
said Rusk and McNamara so far ,
Southeast Asia fall to Red
con- Late in the administration
do from these meet might be obtained according to day
usually" plans have been made by have not proposed plans "to enlarge son announced that he has in- Rep. Melvin, R. Laird, R-Wis., ,
quest. informants
said It was'true
ings. what the President chose to do.
military experts, but it was in structed of State
the war to the north" in Undersecretary said in a broadcast interview
He said "the commitment ,of, line with Johnson's statement NcNamara flew from Wash- Viet Nam or to send troops into Johnson was represented as George W. Ball to confer with Sunday that "the Johnson ad. that the' government has

the American nation, its people: Tuesday that he was not per ington to Hawaii last Sunday. Thailand.As Ii being determined to do whatever French President Charles de ministration's position is to "contingency plans" for opera

and its government," to protect sonally aware of any plans. Rusk went there from India ,! is necessary to secure "the Gaulle on Friday in Paris. move north and we are preparedto tions against North Viet Nam

Southeast Asia against Red aggression Aides traveling with Rusk and where he served last week as the Honolulu session end- future of Southeast Asia as a north." as it has plans for a variety of,

"are well-known." McNamara said much of the President Johnson's special rep- ednewsm n there were told no whole"-a phrase he used at his I' It was learned that Southeast move possible military actions.

Then he added: "The problem -planning in the two-day Hono- resentative at funeral services change was planned in the role news conference Tuesday.At Asian problems, over which At the President's news con- What the president was say

is to make sure the other lulu strategy conference, which for Indian Prime Minister',Neh-of U.s., forces in South VietNam the same time he was reported -.Johnson and DeGaulle disagreewill ference he was asked whetherit ing, according to these officials,

side, fully understands that we ended Tuesday night, was con- ru. He said his time in, India -a role which has been described anxious to avoid any unnecessary be the chief subject of the was true that the United was that .no- plan has come up

mean what we 'say." cerned with ways of strengthen- had been a "sad but deeply: as advisory and train- risks or troop com- meeting as far as Ball is conS States was "preparing to move to him for decision. l

Weather More About More AboutSAE

Sheriff RoundupZONES

QuizzedIn AdamsFrom fettuarteg

St. A i. \ 1 MRS. J. E. GRAHAM Smith, Claude White, Ray Pur I From 1
AugustineJACKSONVILLE B Page Page
\ vis, L. M. Cooper, Norris Yar-
Funeral services will be held
and in
some cases completely brough and John Harrington.
"Admitted and undisputed :
tomorrow afternoon for Mrs. J.
for the Klan?" \.. ... destroy another resource. ,
(AP-Sher-) Club just a name C E. Graham, who died last night ANNIE HAWKINSMrs. facts present a clear case of
"The livelihood of suchas
iff L. 0. Davis of racially torn Judge Simpson asked."I t- many, following an extended illness. equitable estoppel against the
commercial fishermen, oys- William (Annie) Hawkins "
is under orders I defendants Patten
St. Johns County Judge
\SUiaa' She 89.
don't think it is, Davis re BCD Fair through stermen, fishing camp operatorsand was
died of
Sr. 86 yesterday
of federal judge to bringto 1 ruled.
a Mrs. Graham born in
Thursday. Low tonight 60 to i was
plied. others be out
can wiped by
court today a list of his spe- .I.. ... a heart attack in Tarrytown, He
Georgia Nov. 28, 1875. She wasa also ruled that the July
65. High Thursday 88 to 94. the of he
a trespass pollution,
cial deputies to determine wherehe The judge took over the questioning N.Y. where she was visitingher
Mostly north to northeast 5 to F \ member of the Baptist Church 1963, action ordered by the City

recruits them. after attorneys finished 15 mile winds. E \ said.Citrusmen and cattlemenin and had resided in Alachua son. Commission to revoke Bishop'sbuilding

U.S. District Court Judge Bryan asking the sheriff about Negro & ,--.l.. County for the past 38 Mrs. Hawkins was a residentof permit "was and is void ,
have found
their &
A Clear to partly cloudy and \ some areas
Simpson asked the sheriff marches in St. Augustine on four mild tonight and Thursday. Low tonIght -- \ lands Funeral services will be held Gainesville for 44 years. She and of no force and effect." "
Tuesday if he recruited special nights last week. In 60s high Thursday (2 to once productive now con- lived at 438 NE 9th Ave.
at 2 at Forest Grove Baptist The
88. Variable mostly north 5 to 15 I aminated' by airborne pollutants p.m. ruling said Bishop and
from the Ku Klux mile winds. \ Funeral services will be held
deputies Church with burial in the
The Thursday march resultedin and longer suited for American Oil should now have
no ,
E F Fair through Thursday at the First
I at 11 a.m. Friday
Klan. H ..
injuries to two news media Low tonight 65 to 70.' high Thursday e.. these agricultural pursuits." Forest Grove cemetery. the right to have the permit
Davis replied "no" to that and 83 to 92. Variable 5 to 15 mile winds. Baptist Church of Gainesvillewith
: Survivors include her hus-
representatives and threats to He told the agricultural lead- : issued as long as plans and
to question if he is a memberof G H I Partly cloudy through the Rev. Fred T. Laughon
a other newsmen and photog- Thursday. Scattered showers. Low tonight ers: approximately 100 in number -band. J. E. Graham Alachua; specifications meet city require- ,
the Klan. around 70, high Thursday mid- officiating. Burial will be in
Mrs. Linda
Gun raphers. The assaults came 80s. Variable 5 to 15 mile winds.J that as they seek to develop -two daughters, ments.
with the
"What is the Ancient City Evergreen Cemetery,
from tough looking white youths K Cloudy, occasional showers "i the state's agricultural potential -Baireuther of Pleasanton, Calif., Plans to erect a service station .
asked. Jones-Johnson Funeral Homein
Club? the judge through Thursday. Low tonight 75
and Mrs. Anna Mae
who heckled the marchers. they cannot limit their at the
understood it high Thursday U. Mostly southeast S University Avenue-
Davis said he Officers of state, county and to 15 mile winds. responsibility to agriculturealone. Dundee; two sons, Floyd of charge. 13th Street junction sparked
organization to protect Mrs. Hawkins was a nativeof
was an GAINESVILLE WEATHER and Bill of
Chicago Terry
city stopped Negro marchers CEDAR KEY TIDES enough thana
controversy more
woods in the St. Augustine area Eutaw, Ala. She was a memo
Fri. Thursday High at 9:10 a.m. and Municipal Airport readings for "For in Alpharetta, Ga.; two sisters,
short of the downtown area developing one resource year-and.a-half to become
8:59 p.m. Low at 2:22 a m. and 3.24p.m. Church ago
fire. ber of the First Baptist ,
from 24 hours to 8 'a.m. Mrs. Lela Strickland of Cannon
Ancient City Gun day night and ruled against any today: we must at the same Sainesv i 11 Woman's Club part of the 1963 campaign plat-
"Isn't the e ,
'further demonstrations duringthe ALMANAC High 93 at 3 p.m., low 63 at 6a.m. time insure that we do not dam- Ga.; and Mrs. Minnie Brownof forms of City CommissionersAlan

'I night hours. Sunset today............ 7.27 p.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. age another." Durham, N.C.; one brother Daughters of the American Sutherland and Ed
Sunrise tomorrow.......... 5:29 am. Revolution and United Daugh-- Turl-
Matt Perrin of Anderson S.C.
About Moonrise tomorrow....... ,1:.' a.m He said the same thing ; ington.
More I This brought the federal court New Moon .................... June 9 High ELSEWHERE Low Prttp as "we seek to promote applies -eight grandchildren and 23 ters of the Confederacy. The pair joined Commissioner
action by Negro demonstrators Regulus In the west ..... 10:20 p.m. Jacksonville $3 47 and industrial great grandchildren. I Survivors include one daughter -
Miami 8' 77 develop our potential Byron Winn in staging a 3-2
VISIBLE PLANETS Mrs. Hugh MacMillan Sr.
Melons seeking a restraining order i Venus sets ............... S:52 p.m. Tampa 10 73 for these things are in Pallbearers will be Floyd battle against the service station I
Atlanta $1 58
against the ban. Saturn rises ............... 12:53 a.m. of West Palm Beach; two sons,
New Orleans $1 60
Jupiter rises ................ 405am. New York terdependent. William of Jacksonville and E. that included a "temporary'wning
79 52
Police Chief Virgil Stuart ofSt. Mars. rises ............... 4:31 a m. WashingtonChicago 69 54 Air and water pollution are moratorium
From Page 1 Augustine said he got the Impression 71 47 M basically economic More About Meredith of Tarrytown, N.Y.; surrounding
MARINE FORECAST Kansas City 71 52 04 problems one brother, J. E. Meredith, the University of Florida, rezon-
the demonstrations
Negro EAST GULF: Mostly northeast winds Denver 44 IfS which "should be considered as the
offered 4 to 15 knots through Ft. Worth Mobile; and four grandchildren. ing corner area for business,
He said he had been were a kind of Hollywood Thursday. M 59 .
Fair. Los Angeles 72 28 a part of our effort to both not service station use and retraction J
UF Pallbearers R. Holt Howard
melons he ProfFrom are
cents a pound for the production with cameras in ac- and
is today. The veteran tion. develop wisely con- W. Travis Loftin, A. L. of Bishop's building
ForecastThe total "
serve our natural wealth
Five-Day ,
broker said Combs, Horace F. Zetrouer, J. permit.
melon grower and "I: don't like to have police officers he said. '
L. Carter and J. W. Norman. The city argued that the service -
would ,
he and his brother pick participating in that kind \
will ami.! No Historically, he added, pollution -, Page 1 station would create traffic
two loads of 24-pounders and of productions," Stuart said. Temperatures averageone major day day The family requests that flow a
Theyare to three degrees below sea- changes are expected. Rainfallis has been viewed pri- I ers be omitted. and pedestrian hazard ,and
load of 19-pounders. The sheriff and police chief
manly as it relted to human for the psychology department. would not be in the inter
and come sonal normals during the five- expected to total one-half to public
Charleston said the white
Grays youths appearedto health rather than economic I Both are members of the local PRESTON SUTTON
est because of its
from a 35-acre irrigated field. be from out of town. day period ending Monday. Nor- one inch in scattered showersin health. NAACP Youth Council. proximity to
I' mal highs and lows range from south Florida throughout the WILLISTON Graveside the University. t

Some loading melons beganin 89 to 66 at.Tallahassee 90 to 69 and in north Florida "TIi se who share the responsibilities "While the court Is somewhat
Gilchrist iCouhty last week; About ; period aft of Reports from St. Augustine I services for Preston Sutton, 61,
More at Orlando and 89 to 71 at Mi- developing and con- sympathetic with some of these
but Agent :Jim Yelvington ; er Friday. said all civil rights demonstra-. who died in a Gainesville hospital
serving the natural '
resources objections on the part of the
said the yield was low and tors are being charged on yesterday, were scheduled
should have
the sizes small. WaterFrom More About protecting a these stronger voice in" three counts: being an undesirable -at 2 p.m. today in Orange Hill city, nevertheless_ it appears as .:
resources, and' as matter of law, underthe
guest, trespassing, Cemetery.
There was some harvestingin Adams said.
conspiracy to break both the for. Knauff Funeral Home was in circumstances here presented,

Levy County Leonard yesterday,Cobb but Page 1 California VoteFrom The Secretary of State called mer laws. charge of arrangements.Sutton that plaintiffs are entitled to UtT- .
County Agent Florida's water and
o atmosphere was a native of Lake- ize that property for that purpose -

does not expect much volumefor back to the Senate with minor "public resources," and he saidno Bond, is set at $500 on each land and had lived in the Willis- and are entitled to the

a couple of more days. amendments individual has a right to contaminate count. entry of this. decree By -the
yesterday, Rep. ton area since 1914. His death
There were some reports of Page 1 either of them. An court," Judge' Patten's decision
Matthews said, "But it is a Some 57 persons have been came after a brief illness.
melons selling for as high as individual has the right to use stated.
foregone conclusion it will Survivors include his widow
jailed for civil rights connected ,
five cents in Levy County yes- pass." arrival in Washington. j that had Rockefeller ahead fora or abuse his own property, activities in little more thana Mable: five sons, Walter F., He ruled that Bishop bought

terday. Truckers are reported Alluding to the long dispute cliffhangoing count of vitesa Adams pointed out, but "this Hastings, Wayne Jacksonville the property in good faith and
week. ,
scouring the countryside for i He said in the first year, the between Arizona and California while. right ends at his own property Carl, Williston, Albert, Albany, incurred subsequent expenses

watermelons which are in short UF would receive $75,000. Each over the waters of the Colorado GOP National Chairman William line., Civil rights organizers In Ga., and Douglas, Orlando; two relying on the city's actions.regarding

supply. 1 year thereafter additional increnents River, the Arizona senator I E. Miller said the California "If we as farmers, as industrialists -Gainesville say they are orga. daughters, Mrs. H. W. Tew and the zoning of the land.

Hodge said that there wouldbe would be added until the cracked: "I have a different attitude results pushed Goldwatervery as municipalities or nizing groups of persons who Mrs. H. J. McDonald, both of mark corner that housed the

a long harvesting season be- figure reached $300,000 by the toward Californians now. close to the 655 convene other public subdivisions permit journey to St. Augustine with Jacksonville; and 11 grandchil- old Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra.

cause of the killing frost that ,fifth year. They can have all the water we tion votes needed for the no- contaminants to flow from our the intention of being arrestedfor I dren. ternity.

hit melon in the area on March I "Water is a serious national have." mination. property into the public water- breaking various segrega- The ruling also restrains the

31. Melons that are being harvested problem and it takes on differ- Goldwater previously had Gov. Mark 0. Hatfield of Ore- ways, we then trespass upon the tion laws in the city. NORWIN WHEELERCapt city from interfering with con-

now are those that escaped ent aspects in almost every called his California victory a gon, who will serve as rights of every citizen of this Norwin E. Wheeler 57, struction of the service station.

frost damage.,These mel state," Matthews said. "giant step" toward the presi. tion keynote speaker and convene temporary state," Adams said. "The sameis Two 21-year-old men living in a retired U. S. Air Force Officer Defendants in the case-the.

ons will be gone in about two "For example, some of Flor. dential nomination. I chairman, said the true if we fill the air with Gainesville were arrested Sun- died yesterday at a Naval City of Gainesville; Commissioners -
senator in St. similar
weeks, Hodge said, and then ida's aquifers are replenishedas Pierre Salinger, former White appeared to have clinchedthe pollutants. Once those pollutantshave day Augustine on hospital in Jacksonville.A Winn, Sutherland, Turl

the harvesting of the replanted far north as North Carolina." House press secretary, trounced nomination. crossed our own propertyline charges. II memorial service will be ington, Andrews and McKinney;

melons will begin. He predictedthat UF President J. Wayne Reitz State Controller Alan Cranstonfor Goldwater flew to Washingtonafter we then trespass upon the They are Julian Brown, a senior -held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the 1 Building Inspector Tom Henleyand

throughout the extended said, no state funds would be the Democratic nominationfor watching early results rights of everyone affected by at the University who expects -Wheeler residence, 2202 NE 12th City Manager W. T. GreenJr.

season there never would be required to match the initial the U.S. Senate seat held by flow into his Los Angeles head- those pollutants." to re-enter in September, Ter. Burial will be in Man- were instructed to pay

any big volume. federal grants. He said the program ailing Democratic Sen. Clair quarters. He claimed victory at Adams said, "therefore, as we and Richard Swan who left the chester, N.H. the $22 court costs.

Hodge said that a good rain would be so broad it Engle. 8 p.m. Tuesday on the basis of in Florida probe for answers totomorrow's University last August. Capt. Wheeler was a Gaines- Bishop and American Oil

would do wonders for the melon might embrace research studies u Salinger victory dealt a electronic computations.The challenges, let us ville resident since 1956. A Company were represented by

crop and other unirrigatedcrops from business administration to setback to Gov. Edmund G. final outcome wasn't definite move with the boldness neededto Brown is a member of a local member of the CongregationalChurch attorneys William B. Watson Jr.

including tobacco and hydraulic engineering. Brown and other party elements however, until Los An- meet them. But, let us also chapter of the Congress of Racial he was also a memberof and Winston E. Arnow. City Attorney

corn. "It would be a multi-mil "Each state institution desig- who supported Cranston. It geles, with 40 per cent of the move with caution, lest we destroy Equality. the American Legion and a Osee Fagan represented
lion-dollar rain for our farm showed too the more than we build." Jones is the second UF pro- ,
nated would vote-pulling 32nd Mason.He .
develop programsto state's vote, reported the bulk Degree the city.
ers," he said.Everyday study the water problems of power of the Kennedy image, of its ballots and Goldwater University of Florida PresIdent -fessor to be jailed for participating was born in Manchester, Mayor Howard McKinney,
melon harvesting is Reitz said. "Such used heavily the J. Wayne Reitz introduced in civil rights activities.
its state, Dr. by press secretary maintained his commanding N.H. who fought the losing 3-2 end
expected through the remainderof studies might involve departments to the late president.The lead there.In Adams to the industry leaders Last fall Dr. Austin Creel, pro- Survivors include: his wife, of the battle on the SAE corner
the season, Hodge said, but and Jack Greenman, Universityof fessor of religion, was jailedfor
former San
of chemistry, engineering 39-year-old the Republican presidentialrace Mrs. Lois Rivers Wheeler, one with Commissioner Edwin Andrews

the volume will continue light.IN geology, legal aspects of Francisco newspaper reporter, Rockefeller was carryingmost Florida agricultural econo- picketing in Ocala. son, Robert M. Wheeler, with agreed- with Judge Pat 1//

,THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN- water resources, and perhapstwo who couldn't even vote for himself of the state's 58 counties. mist, served as master of cere, the U. S. Air Force; one daughter -ten's decision this morning. \

AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN or three areas in agricul because he's registered in But Goldwater offset it with monies. Civil Defense Mrs. Muriel Hinkley of Jo- "I think legally the city didn't
CHANCERY ture." Virginia, will face the Republican -solid One of the major purposes'of lie, IlL; and one granddaughter. -
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE majorities in Los Angelesand the DARE conferences has beento have a foot to stand on. I don'tsee
HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS Reitz said a committee had nominee, onetime actor I Hospital Due .
Orange counties. how the judge could have
pinpoint problems con-
PUintiff." already been appointed to prepare George Murphy. ,
I pollsters, to a man, had indus- ruled otherwise.
preliminary plans for the Brown, however, won another fronting the agricultural Display HereA
GILBERT F. BECK and JANE given the edge to Rockefeller. in its throughthe McKinney said he felt the city
KING BECK. his wIte.Dtt.ndaML water research center. On it are ,intraparty squabble. His 1slate' But all indicated the outcome try Melon
attorney did an excellent job defending
NOTICE TO DEFEND Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost of of delegates to the Democratic would hinge on the sizable undecided next decade, to establish special mobile display of the suit "with what he

STATE OF FLORIDA TO agriculture; Dr. Ralph E. Page, National Convention defeated solutions for meeting these the 200-bed Civil Defense Emergency
vote detected. "
Gilbert F. Beck and they had to work with.
Jane King Beck his wife dean of the College of Arts and a rival slate headed by i Goldwater called his' problems. The problem of air Hospital will be shown'at
Whote residence and Post Office showing and water pollution was among The mayor said he would oppose
Sciences and Dr. Thomas L. Mayor Sam Yorty.Goldwater's I the University of Florida's J.
Address II unknown a "victory for the mainstreamof
hereby notified that Hartford those discussed by DARE lead-HUlls ReportThe any move bythe Winn-
You are the Miller
MartinJr.., dean of College presidential primary Health Center
Federal Savings and Loan Association Republican thinking. He ers yesterday and during the Sutherland-Turlington majority i
tin filed Its sworn Complaint In the I Engineering.. sweep came only after: thus tossed back Rockefeller's Thursday through Saturday. It
Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida recreational and water resources -is shown in to appeal the decision. \
against you seeking the foreclosurt ,I assertion that his views represented sessions being conjunctionwith Federal-State Marketing I don't how (I
: today. "Reasonably see
ct that certain mortgage recorded 1 the Florida Civil Defense
In Official Records Book ISO. Page fl'' Gainesville Sun Civil the GOP mainstream. News Service today reported those who promoted the suit
of the Public: Records of AI.cIWaCoHty. Conference here Friday. demand fair and the market

described. Florida property.covering to wit:th* following, I Published evenings except SetA More About Asks Bible The emergency hospital almost -slightly weaker for water- could expect to achieve. any: !t
Meeting further
thing by carrying it
Lots TwentYcni fld Twenty. two: Saturday, and Sunday mom- identical to the sealed unit melons. up ,
ttl fc Ml and the East Oen-Hatf ings by_the Gainesville Publishing : the court ladder McKinney ,
(EH) of Lot Twenty-three (21). 101 SE Issue Be now stored in the University Basis of sales are FOB ship-'
Company at 'civil rights organization GHSFrom
Block "cOM: Hill Subdivision asper i said. "I would expect they, :
plat recorded In net Book "A"at I 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida. headed by Rev. Martin Lather Hospital and 35 others- aroundthe ping points and delivered shipping i '
W of the fuMts Records second class being reasonable Den wonld
Paee and entered as state is designed for
use .
of Alachua County Florida.You i King, the Southern Christ i an points.Prices I ". .
matter at the Post Office at ClarifiedTALLAHASSEE it. -
notified! that if nuclear attack cf similar ,:.=Z
are further the ''1 1 a hundredweight for :
Florida.ClftCUtATION Leadership Conference Page per ,
turn day of lids Notice $o Defend te Gainesville He termed effort to-
., disaster should overburden any appear -
June 2s. 1M4 and yw that! en or before bold a public meeting tomOr- regular -Charleston Gray,. ,few Cannonball
said date serve a copy ,of your RATES BY (APState hospitals. It win be letup the caSe a .wstEtT'*
and Garrisonan
If any> won Lowry a. AlP < CAUlK OR MAH. row night at 8 pA'at the Mt. Churdu Rev. R. V. Keyes, pastor variety, --
Srewir Attorneys for Plaintiff ,..hoseddrrss 1'Wnk.45S 4 Carmel Baptist Church. corner of the Eastside! Baptist School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey in a room just off the main 12-16-lb.. average: few $3.25, to monies. T :::Lfer

Florida b and P.Immodlaiety 0. Box 9N vwreaner GelnesvUte., Me MeL'SISI NW Fifth Ave. and NW Church' will give the benedic said he hoped Congress would lobby of the University Hospital $4; 17-32 lb. average, $4 to $4.25, ? Conun1sslonerJames

the ornmio1san.it1ssffic, of pass a constitutional amendment for the three-day showing. mostly $4, very few lower; few RIcLardson, &*. ten TO;pqb-
ttte Clerk of the Circuit Court of the mail subscriptions must Fourth St. I
above styled, court wiff be otherwise entered a .Decree.11II1ITNE.S I be paid inadvance.Member .. C. T., Vivian and Rev. La- tion.Principal William S. Talbot about Bible reading and prayersin Each "packaged hospital" is shipments rolled unsold. lie stand.on: .the SAEdisa1though -

Pro' Con "" :of Audit Bureau of vert Taydor of Atlanta are and Assistant Principal JosephT. public schools. equipped with an operatingroom Shipments yesterday by car. during l i5-campaigfr-on|

Circuit JudgeS one, of the of HgMh the ""JwdWal*"** .Grculotton scheduled to speak on the statusof .. Hudson will give out the di- The U.S. Supreme Court ruled x-ray equipment, pharmacy lot and carlot equivalent by March' t, h :iaidhadheJ5ieha '

Circuit of rtorida. as well aa '*. Clertt: AQ 'BMttrtal .cant.lne l'. hereto istile' civil ,rights activities in ,StAugustine. ) Monday that Bible reading .in laboratory and other truck: rail 4, truck, 236 member: jTifift mmm stfTn at
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i! SE Asia Conference: Brings Call for New Action < ;:_;::::

. If' ., .
: WASHINGTON (AP-Secre-) Rusk and McNamara were ing the anti-Communist war moving experience." He expressed ing rather than front-line com mitments. This suggested"that cerned. Johnson presumablyhopes the Viet Nam war Into the

;, tart of State Dean Rusk and scheduled to see Johnson late in effort in South Viet Nam and II admiration for the manner bat. what he Is looking for at*this to get some'closer support north.:' Johnson Jirst! repKedj-!

I, Secretary of Defense Robert S. the day after the President's return -supporting more effectively the in, which the new Indian Actual decisions on what is to stage is some use of U.S. powerin from De Gaulle for a tougherline that Laird was not speaking for

McNamara returned today froma from a speaking trip to government of Premier Nguyen I leadership had acted to fill the be done in the trouble area are the area to demonstrate to on the military side of the the administration.When .

Honolulu conference with "a New England. I Khanh. I. up to Johnson. the Communists that he is determined Southeast Asian,crisis. the question war
I Nehru's death.
1 number of recommendations" .gap created by pressed the President
McNamara was asked whether -I Officials returning with the to meet any challenge De.Gaulle has advocated auneutraliz3tion" finally-
foivPresident Johnson on new U.S. officials indicated Tues Administration info rmants they present. said: "I know of no plans that
for two Cabinet officers declined to settlement for
there expanding -
are any plans "
action to strengthen Southeast said they rather doubted that have been made to that effect.
what night in Honolulu that military Southeast Asia.Meanwhile .
wouldbe day
the Vietnamese war say exactly steps
Johnson stressed the
Asia against Communist pres- Rusk and McNamara would peace Shortly afterward Laird said
into North Viet Nam. He declared proposed to Johnson for : action might' be taken theme in statement at his
for a in
sures. push any particular combination a small storm was a speech in the House that
that "no plans have been achieving the purpose Rusk against Communist North Viet of actions. These officials news conference saying at one stirred up here by the questionof plans did in fact exist and that

Landing at Andrews Air recommended to the Presidentfor stated of making Communist Nam if it and Red China 'continue thought they would lay alternative point, "It is others who make whether the U.S. governmenthas his original statement was basedon
Force.Base. Rusk told news- approval and none has been North Viet Nam, Red China and who seek "
I backing rebellions in South possibilities before the Pres- war, we peace. planned or made prepara- information which' had been
and the Soviet Union of
men "We brought back a number -approved. aware
ident together with assessmentsof tions for carrying the war to given by Secretary of State
:of recommendations, as we U.S. determination not to let i Viet Nam and Laos. But they On another aspect of the
This short of denyingthat the results which Dean Rusk.
stopped probable North Viet. Nam.
usually do from these meet Southeast Asia fall to Red con ,said Rusk and McNamara so far "Southeast Asian crisis, John.
plans have been made by i might be obtained according to Late in the day administration
quest. have not proposed plans "to en- son announced that he has instructed Melvin R. Laird R-Wis.
ings. Rep. ,
military experts, but it was in I : north" in what the President chose to do. informants said it certainlywas'!
to the
large the war Undersecretary of State said in broadcast interview
He said "the commitment of line with Johnson's statement NcNamara flew from Wash- Johnson was represented as a true' that' the government has
Viet Nam or to send troops into George W. Ball to confer with that "the Johnson ad.ministration's .
the American nation, its people Tuesday that he was not per. ington to Hawaii last Sunday. !Thailand.As being determined to do whatever French President Charles de Sunday "contingency plans" for operations .

and its government," to protect sonally aware of any plans. Rusk went there from India i is necessary to secure "the position is to against North Viet Nam
Gaulle in Paris.It .
Southeast Asia against Red aggression Aides traveling with Rusk and where he served last. week as the Honolulu session end- future of Southeast Asia as a on move north and"we are preparedto as it has plans for a variety of

"are well-known." McNamara said much of the President Johnson's special rep ed, newsmen there were told no whole"-a phrase he used at his was learned that Southeast move north. possible military actions.

Then he added: "The problem -planning in the two-day Hono- resentative at funeral servicesfor change was planned in the role news conference Tuesday.At Asian problems, over which At the President's news con What the president was say.

is to make sure the other lulu strategy conference, which Indian Prime Minister'.Neh-of U.S.. .forces in South VietNam the same time he was reported -Johnson and DeGaulle disagreewill ference he was asked whetherit ing, according to these officials,

side fully understands that we ended Tuesday night, was con-' ru. He said his time in India -a role which has been described -Ii anxious to avoid any unnecessary be the chief subject of the was true that the United was that,no plan has come up

mean what we 'say." cerned with ways of strengthen- had been a "sad but deeply as advisory and train- risks or troop com- meeting as far as Ball is con- States was "preparing to move to him for decision.

Weather Roundup More About More About

Sheriff Quizzed AdamsFrom fottuarte(Z SAE

In St. AugustineJACKSONVILLE r&onA Page 1 MRS. J. E. GRAHAM Smith, Claude White, Ray Pur From Page 1

vis, L. M. Cooper, Norris Yar-
Funeral services will be held
and in
some cases
brough and John Harrington.
(AP-Sher-) Club just a name for the Klan?"I destroy another comPletely.. tomorrow afternoon for Mrs. J. "Admitted and undisputed \

iff L. O. Davis of racially torn I Judge Simpson asked."I ZONES "The livelihood of many, suchas E. Graham, who died last night ANNIE HAWKINSMrs. facts present a clear case of

is under commercial fishermen, following an extended illness. equitable estoppel against the
St. Johns County or oys-
William (Annie) Hawkins "
don't think it is Davis re- BCD defendants
Fair through stermen She was 89. Judge Patten
ders of a federal judge to bringto C fishing camp operatorsand
Sr. 86 died of
yesterday ruled.
: plied. Thursday. Low tonight 60 to Mrs. Graham was born in
list of his others can be wiped out by
court today a spe L.u. heart attack in
65. High Thursday 88 to 94. the Georgia Nov. 28, 1875. She wasa a Tarrytown, He also ruled that the
of July
cial deputies to determine wherehe The judge took over the questioning trespass pollution, he N.Y. where she was visitingher ,
recruits them. after attorneys finished Mostly north to northeast 5 to E\ said.Citrusmen member of the Baptist Church 1963, action ordered by the City
.0 son.
15 mile winds. and cattlemen and had resided in Alachua Commission to revoke Bishop's
U.S. District Judge Bry., asking the sheriff about Negro Mrs. Hawkins resident ,
an Simpson asked the sheriff] marches in St. Augustine on four A Clear to ,partly cloudy and a in some areas have found their County for the past 38 years. was a building permit "was and is void .
mild tonight and Thursday. Low to- e of Gainesville for 44 She ,
Funeral services will be held years. and of "
Tuesday if he recruited special nights last week. night In 60s high Thursday 12 to \ once productive lands now con- no and effect.
' 88. Variable mostly north 5 to 15 at 2 at Forest Grove Baptist lived at 438 NE 9th Ave.
' deputies from the Ku Klux mile winds.E taminated' by airborne pollutants p.m. The ruling said Bishop and
Funeral services will be held
The march resultedin Church with the
Klan. Thursday F Fair through Thursday and no longer suited for burial'lIt American Oil should now have
"no" to that and injuries to two news media Low tonight 45 to 70.' high Thursday these agricultural pursuits." Forest Grove cemetery. at 11 a.m. Friday at the First the right to have the
Davis replied permit
88 to 11. Variable 5 to 15 mile winds. Church of Gainesvillewith
to a question if he is a member representatives and threats to CHI I Partly cloudy through He told the agricultural lead Survivors include: her husband Baptist issued as long as plans and
other newsmen and photog- Thursday. Scattered showers. Low tonight CACMaia J. E. Graham, Alachua the Rev. Fred T. Laughon
-I ers, approximately 100 in ; specifications meet
of the Klan. around 70. high Thursday mid. number officiating. Burial will be in city require ,
"What is the Ancient City Gun raphers. The assaults came 105. Variable 5 to 15 mile winds. that as they seek to develop two daughters, Mrs. Linda ments.
asked. from tough looking white youths I J K Cloudy. occasional showers "a the state's agricultural Baireuther of Pleasanton, Calif., Evergreen Cemetery, with the
Club? the judge through Thursday. Low tonight 75. potential Jones-Johnson Funeral Homein Plans to erect a service sta.
Davis said he understood it who heckled the marchers. high Thursday 85. Mostly southeast i they cannot limit their and Mrs.. Anna Mae Thompson tion at the University Avenue-

was an organization to protect Officers of state, county and to 15 mile winds. responsibility to agriculture of Dundee; two sons, Floyd of charge. 13th Street junction

woods in the St. Augustine area city stopped Negro marchers CEDAR KEY TIDES GAINESVILLE WEATHER alone. Chicago and Bill Terry of Mrs. Hawkins was a nativeof sparked

from fire. short of the downtown area Fri 8:59 Thursday p.m. Low- High at 2:22 at 'a:10 m. a.m.and 3.26PJTU and Municipal Airport readings for "For in developing one resource -Alpharetta, Ga.; two sisters, Eutaw, Ala. She was a member -enough year-and-a-half controversy more thana

"Isn't the Ancient City Gun day night and ruled against any 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: we must at the same Mrs. Lela Strickland of Cannon, of the First Baptist Church, part of the 1963 ago to become

Further demonstrations duringthe ALMANAC High 93 at 3 p.m., low 63 at 6 time insure that we do not damage Ga.; and Mrs. Minnie Brownof Gainesv i 11 e Woman's Club, campaign plat-

night hours. Sunset today............ 7:27 pm.! a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. another." Durham, N.C.; one brother, Daughters of the American forms of City CommissionersAlan
..... ....
Sunrise tomorrow Sutherland
5:29 and
; am. Ed Turl-
Revolution and United -
....... Matt Perrin of Anderson S.C. Daugh-
More Moonrise tomorrow .1:41 a.m He said the ;
This brought the federal court New Moon .................... June V High ELSEWHERE Low frttp. same thing applies eight grandchildren and 23 ters of the Confederacy. ington.
PROMINENT STAR as "we seek to
action by Negro demonstrators Regulus. In the west ..... 10:20 p.m. Jacksonville 93 a promoteand great grandchildren. Survivors include one daughter The pair joined Commissioner

MelonsFrom seeking a restraining order Venus.VISIBLE sets PLANETS............... t:52 p.m. Tampa Miami 90 16 73 77 develop, for these our things industrial are potential in Pallbearers will be Floyd Mrs. Hugh MacMillan Sr. Byron Wins in staging a 3-2 t

against the ban. Saturn. rises ............... 12:53 am. Atlanta II 58 of West Palm Beach; two sons, battle against the service station
Jupiter. rises ................ 4:05 a.m. New OrleansNew 11 60 terdependent.
Police Chief Virgil Stuart of Mars. .rlses ............... 4:31 a m. York 70 52 Air and water William of Jacksonville and E. that included a "temporary'zoning
Page 1 St. Augustine said he got the impression WashingtonChicago 69 71 54 47 .11& ,. pollution are More About Meredith of Tarrytown, N.Y.; moratorium surrounding
basically economic
the Negro demonstra. MARINE FORECAST Kansas City 71 52 04. problems the University of Florida
EAST GULF: Mostly northeast Winds Denver 64 47 which "should be one brother, J. E. Meredith, rezoning -
He said he had been offered 4 tions were a kind of Hollywood 5 to 15 knots through Thursday. Ft. Worth S3 59 considered as Mobile; and four grandchildren. the corner area for business,

cents a pound for the melons he production with cameras in ac. Fair.. Los Angeles 72 58 a part of our effort to both UF ProfFrom Pallbearers are R. Holt How not service station use and retraction -

is loading today. The veteran fully develop and wisely con- of building
tion."I ForecastTemperatures ard, W. Travis Loftin, A. L. Bishop's
melon grower and broker said! don't like to have police officers Five-Day he serve said.our total* natural wealth," Combs, Horace F. Zetrouer, J. permit. ,

he and his brother would pick! participating in that kind L. Carter, and J. W. Norman. The city argued that the service I

two loads of 24-pounders and of productions," Stuart said. will averageone ami. No major day to day Historically, he added, pollution Page 1 The family requests that flow- station would create a traffic I

one load of 19-pounders. Theyare The sheriff and police chief to three degrees below sea- changes are expected. Rainfallis has been viewed primarily ers be omitted. and pedestrian hazard .and

Charleston Grays and come said the white youths appearedto sonal'normals during the five- expected to total one-half to as it relted to human For the psychology department.Both would not be in the public inter-

from a 35-acre irrigated field. be from out of town. day period ending Monday. Nor one inch in scattered showersin health 'rather than economic are members of the local PRESTON SUTTON est because of its proximity to

mal highs and lows from south health. NAACP Youth Council. ,
Some loading melons beganin range throughout the WILLISTON Graves ide the University.

Gilchrist iC 'unty1ast"eek. More AbitWater' 89 to 66 at Tallahassee; 90 to 69 period and in north Florid after "Those who share the responsibilities Reports from St. Augustinesaid services for Preston Sutton, 61, "While the court Is somewhat

but County Agent Jim Yelving- at 'Orlando; and 89 to 71 at Mi- Friday. the of developing and con- all civil rights demonstra- who died in a Gainesville hospital -sympathetic with some of these

ton said the yield was low and should serving natural resources tors are being charged on yesterday, were scheduled objections on the part of the
the sizes small. }More About protecting a these stronger voice in" three counts: being an undesir. at 2 p.m. today in Orange Hill city, nevertheless_ it appears as .

There was some harvestingin Adams said. resources, able guest, trespassing, and Cemetery. as matter of law, underline ,

Levy County yesterday, but The conspiracy to break both the for Knauff Funeral Home was in circumstances here presented,

County Agent Leonard Cobb From Page 1 California VoteFrom Florida's Secretary water and of State called mer laws. charge of arrangements.Sutton that plaintiffs are entitled to utt- .

does not expect much volumefor atmosphere was a native of Lake- ize that property 'for that pur
back "public resources and he saidno Bond, is set at
to the Senate with minor $500 on each pose and are entitled to the
land and had
a couple of more days. individual lived in the Willis-
amendments yesterday, Rep. has a right to contaminate count. of this. decree'
entry By -the
ton since
of area 1914. His death -
There were some reports Matthews said, "But it is Page 1 either of them. An "
a court
Judge' Patten's decfsfon'stated.
Some 57 have been came after a brief illness.
melons selling for as high as foregone conclusion it will individual has the right to use persons .
five cents in Levy County yes- pass." arrival in Washington. that had Rockefeller ahead fora or abuse his own property, jailed for civil rights connected Survivors include his widow,

terday. Truckers are reported Alluding to the long dispute I cliffhangoing count of vitesa Adams pointed out, but "this activities in little more thana Mable: five sons, Walter F., the He ruled that Bishop bought

scouring the countryside for He said in the first year, the between Arizona and California while. right ends at his own property week. Hastings, Wayne, Jacksonville, property in good faith and

watermelons which are in short 'UF would receive $75,000. Each over the waters of the Colorado GOP line." Carl, Williston, Albert, Albany, incurred subsequent expenses
National Chairman William Civil rights organizers in Ga. and Orlando relying on the city's actions.regarding
supply. year thereafter additional increments River, the Arizona senator "If we as farmers indus. Douglas, ; two
E. Miller said
the Gainesville
Hodge said that there wouldbe would be added until the cracked: "I have a different at- results California -trialists, as municipalities or say they are organizing daughters, Mrs. H. W. Tew and the zoning of the land-
be- figure reached $300,000 the pushed Goldwatervery groups of persons who Mrs. H. J. McDonald, both of mark corner that housed the
a long harvesting season by titude toward Californians now.1 other public subdivisions
close permit
to the
655 journey to St. Augustine with old
of the killing frost that fifth year. They have all the water conven- Jacksonville; and 11 grandchildren. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ira-
cause can we'I tion votes needed! for the no- contaminants to flow from our the intention of being arrestedfor ternity.

hit melon in the area on March "Water is a serious national have." mination. property into the public water- breaking various segrega- The ruling also restrains the ,

31. Melons that are being harvested problem and it takes on differ- I Goldwater previously had Gov. Mark 0. Hatfield of Ore ways, we then trespass upon the tion laws in the city. NORWIN WHEELERCapt city from interfering with con
now are those that escaped ent in almost I of
aspects called his California rights citizen of this
every victory a every
who will Norwin E. struction of the
gon Wheeler
frost damage. These mel-[state," Matthews said. "giant step" toward the presidential serve as conven- state," Adams said. "The same Two 21-year-old men living in 57, station.
tion keynote speaker and temporary a retired U. S. Air Force Officer Defendants in the case-the.
be in about two
ons will gone is true if fill the air Gainesville were arrested Sun-
"For nomination. we with
of Flor-
chairman, said the died yesterday at a Naval City of Gainesville; Commissioners
weeks, Hodge said, and then ida's aquifers are replenishedas Pierre Salinger, former White I!ator appeared to have clinched sen- pollutants. Once those pollutants day in St. Augustine on similar hospital in Jacksonville. Wina, Sutherland, TudID3)0 -
the oC the replanted
harvesting Jar north 'iouse ttxtuoced tave crossed our <7 florlh
&s CaratiwL" QKSS secretary i gragerty,
'' tt TThisThDD. ; ) xoemafjj:) service w3) iv: |) >> ) brew,JUJ 'McI) ot'J':
melons w)}} egin. 7)e predicted( (ff' &ecCet<.< .(. R.ti. (2. Ct'x IJ <:t' lfu.e., qz e <&ML <,KS.5a.-5S, VO& fetSrigbis >
hat tfirougfrouC the extended' &lJ) waer Dew ta Fasftzdgtaci They are Jultea 'Bcowa, & senot -:?ze? there 'Would be said, DC stele lands would be for &e democratic nomination I after watching early Tesvtits' rf everyone" attecle& "by \ at the Universitywho ea-Wheeler vesidence, "ll\)1\ ME 11\.h and City Manager W. T. GreenJr.
season volume. required to match the initial for the U.S. Senate seat held by flow into his Los Angeles head- those pollutants. peels to re-enter in September, Ter. Burial will be in Man were instructed to pay
any big federal grants. He said the ailing Democratic Sen. Clair Adams said, "therefore, as we
Hodge said that a good rain pro- quarters. He claimed victory at and Richard Swan, who left the chester, N.H. the $22 court costs.

would do wonders for the melon gram would be so broad it Engle. 8 pjn. Tuesday on the basis of in Florida probe for answers totomorrow's University last August. Capt. Wheeler was a Gaines- Bishop and American Oil
might embrace research studies The Salinger victory dealt a challenges, let us
electronic computations.The ville resident since 1956. A Company were represented by
crop and other unirrigatedcrops from business administration to setback to Gov. Edmund G. move with the boldness neededto Brown is a member of a local
final member of the William
outcome wasn't def. CongregationalChurch attorneys B. Watson Jr.
including tobacco hydraulic engineering. Brown and other party elements meet them. But, let us also chapter of the Congress of Racial
"It would be a multi-mil inite, however, until Los An- he was also a memberof and Winston E. Arnow. City At-
"Each state institution designated -who supported Cranston. It move with caution, lest we destroy Equality.
lion-dollar rain for our farmers geles, with 40 per cent of thestate's the American Legion and a torney Osee Fagan represented
would the more than we build. Jones is the second UF
develop programs showed too, votepullingpower professor
vote, reported the bulk 32nd Degree Mason. the It
he said.Everyday to study the water problems of of the Kennedy image, University of Florida PresIdent to be jailed for partici- city.
of its ballots and Goldwater He was born in Manchester, Mayor Howard
melon harvesting is its state," Dr. Reitz said. "Such used heavily by the press secretary maintained J. Wayne Reitz introduced pating in civil rights activities. McKinney,
expected through the remainderof studies might involve departments to the late president.The his commanding Adams to the industry leaders Last fall Dr. Austin Creel, pro who fought the losing 3-2 end
lead there.In Survivors include
the season, Hodge said, but : his wife, of the battle on the SAE corner
and Jack'Greenman fessor of religion
of chemistry, engineering 39-year-old former San Universityof was jailedfor
the Mrs. Lois Rivers Wheeler
the volume will continue light. Republican presidential one with Commissioner Edwin An-
Florida agricultural in
Francisco picketing Ocala.
geology legal aspects of reporter economist
newspaper ,
race, Rockefeller son, Robert M. Wheeler. with
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI.oh. water resources, and perhapstwo who couldn't even vote for himself was carrying served as master of cere- drews, agreed with Judge Pat ; I Iten's
most of the the U. S. Air Force
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN state's 58 counties. ; one daughter
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN three in agricul-- because he's registered in monies. this morning."I \
or areas I
But Goldwater offset it with Civil Defense [ Mrs. Muriel! Hinkley of Jo-
One of the major legally the cjiy didn'thave
ture. Virginia will face the Republican purposes'of
majorities in Los ; one granddaughter. -
HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS! Reitz said a committee had nominee, onetime actor Angelesand the DARE conferences has beento Due a foot to stand on. I don't
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. Orange counties. Hospital
Plaintiff.V. already been appointed to prepare George Murphy. pinpoint the problems con- see how the judge could have
The pollsters to had
GILBERT- F. BECK and JANE preliminary .plans for the Brown, however, won another given the edge, to a Rockefeller.But man, fronting the agricultural indus Display HereA ruled otherwise."

KING BECK. his wife. water research center. On it are intraparty squabble. His 154- all try in its development throughthe McKinney said he felt the city
indicated MelonReport
Defendants.NOTICE TO DEFEND Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost of slate of delegates to the Democratic would the outcome next decade, and to establish special mobile display of attorney did an excellent job defending -

STATE Gilbert OF F.FLORIDA Beck and TO agriculture: Dr. Ralph E. Page, National Convention defeated hinge vote on they detected.sizable undecided solutions for meeting these the 200-bed Civil Defense Emergency the suit "with what he

Jane King Beck his wife dean of the College of Arts and a rival slate headed by Goldwater called problems. The problem of air Hospital will be shown at had to work with."
Whose and Post Office
Address II unknown Sciences and Dr. Thomas L. Mayor Sam Yorty.Goldwater's :a "victory for the mainstreamof and water pollution was among the University of Florida's J. The mayor said he would oppose

Federal You are Savings hereby and notified Loan that Association Hartford MartinJr.., dean of the Collegeof presidential primary Republican thinking." He those discussed by DARE lead Hillis Miller Health Center any move by the Winn-

Circuit has filed Court Its of sworn Atachua Complaint County.In Ftor the Engineering. sweep came only after thus tossed back Rockefeller's ers yesterday and during the Thursday through Saturday. It Sutherland-Turlineton maioritv m ..n__
Ida, against you seeking tne foreclosure I II :assertion that his views recreational and water resources is being shown in conjunctionwith to appeal the decision. ,
of that certain' nortgag recorded represented sessions today. The Federal-State Marketing !
In Official Records Book 150. Page 4* Gainesville Sun : the GOP mainstream. the Florida Civil Defense News Service "Reasonably I don't see how (
of the Public Records of Alachua Civil Rights I Conference here Friday.The today reported those who promoted the suit \
County. Florida covering the following demand fair and the market
described property. to wit: 'Published evening except SetA More About Asks Bible emergency hospital, almost could expect to achieve. any f
Sleeting slightly for water. \
Lots Twenty-one and Twenty. two Saturday and Sunday mom- thing by carrying ::
(II 1 22) and the East OovHalfEVM ings by the Gainesville Publishing -' identical to the sealed unit melons. furthizp

(CluckC of* Oak Lot Hill Twenty-three Subdivision(23J.as Company at 101 SE civil rights 'organization GHSFrom Issue Be now stored in the University Basis of sales are FOB ship the court ladder;' McKinney ,

per Page plat recorded 161 of the In Public Plat Book Recordsof "A"at and 2nd Place.entered Gainesville as second Florida.class headed by Rev. Martin.Luther. Hospital and 35 others around ping points and ,delivered ship- said. "I would expect .they, ;

Alachua further County notified Florida.that the matter at the Post Office at King, the Southern Christian ClarifiedTALLAHASSEE the state, is designed for use ping points. being reasonable". << :., ; wpcjd \
You day are of this Notice to Defend return Is Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION Leadership Conference, will Page 1 if a nuclear attack of similar Prices per hundredweight for drop it._ -== 1

June 24. 1H4 and you shall on or ,bold a public meeting tomorrow disaster should overburden reg- Charleston Gray,, few Cannonball He termed any efforTtoap-
of :
fore said date serve S copy RATES BT
defense, H any upon Lowry 1. be-I CARRIER OR MAIL night at 8 pm: at the ML Church. Rev. R. V. Keyes, pastor (APState ular hospitals. It will be set and Garrisonan variety, peal the case a ..wastemonies. : :

drew address Attorneys Is P. 0. Box for :3M.Plaintiff Gainesville.I, 1 Week .45 I Cannel Baptist Church, corner of the Eastside Baptist School Supt Thomas D. Bailey up in a room just off the main ;12-16-lb. average, few $3.25 to ""*- ""' =

the Florida original and of Immediately same In thereafter the office file of I 3 Mo*. $5.85 NW Fifth Ave.. and NW Church will give the benedic- said he hoped Congress would lobby of the University Hospital *4; 17.32 lb. average, $4 to $4.25, >Commissioner .-.;Tames

the Clerk: of the Circuit Court of the I'' All moil subscriptions must I Fourth St. pass a constitutional amendment for the three-day showing. mostly $4, very few lower; few RIcUrdson. .has. taken .W, pqb-

above Pro ConfeSSO styled Court will: be otherwise entered a against Decree,,I I be paid in advance. C. T., Vivian and Rev. La- tion.Principal William S. Talbot about Bible reading and prayersin Each "packaged hospital" is :shipments rolled unsold. lie stand on the SAE dispute- }-

you.WITNESS one of the Honorable Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of vert Taydor of Atlanta are and Assistant Principal JosephT. public schools. equipped with an operatingroom I Shipments yesterday by car., though during Bis-cam UA-M

Circuit Judges of the Eighth Judicial\ scheduled to speak on the statusof Hudson will give out the di- The U.S. Supreme Court ruled x-ray equipment, pharmacy lot and carlot equivalent by March 8, beiaid:tetdheSeena

Circuit the of Circuit Florida Court as well on this as the 25th Clerkof day j the All material property contained of the Gainesville herein Is civil ,rights activities in St plomas. Monday that Bible reading in laboratory and other :truck: rail 4, truck, 236 i of:fhe rn'niT&it

0' 1M.,.. ..8... D.CARMICHAEL i4.J. CLERIC Publishing Reproduction Company.In whole or(e)In 1'part". Augustine. The meeting is sponsored There will be numbers by the Florida public schools was unconstitutional technical services. It is stockedto i The weather in South Central] the time that he] 'tou1dbnJ

BY: CHERRIC- HALES-- I Is strictly forbidden without the by the local NAACP Youth .GHS Mixed Chorus and the revering a State operate without re-supply for :Florida points partly cloudy! opposed.a.service stationjBrtho

(1343)Deputy SJJl ,:Clark 3. Ik 17 written permission of the puMbher. CounciL GHS Band. Supreme Court decision. 30 da) and hot corner. ., ** r0
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SaIinger5 State Primaries Hunger Politicians StrikeLA End >

' ) CJaiming PAZ, Bolivia (AP-Two
former allies of President Vic SELF PROPELLED

( ; Victory Overshadowed by Calif. four-day tor Paz hunger Estenssoro strike ended against a

i. .. re-election
his Tuesday night but
: SAN FRANCISCO (AP) WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. the Bronx, had tone support of, the state's five incumbent said they would try to unite political """ HEAVY DUTY MOWER -
Pierre Salinger hoping to mov Barry Goldwater has pulled off Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy House members. Negroes enter-
opposition to the president Powered by 4-cycFe 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring-
from ,the White House to Capitol -, a.'dramatic upset in the California while Bingham had backing ed the race against Stennis and wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base.BIG .
Hill on California votes, today -, primaries and taken a from Mayor Robert Wagner of three of the House members, Vice President Juan Lechin ,
giant stride toward winning the New York, others. and .
captured a sharply corites among were swamped.Lt. and former President Hernan s

ed'Democratic.. 'senatorial nom- Republican ation. presidential nomin One of Buckley's chief lieu- Gov. NCs Boe defeated Siles Suazo said they were join- 22-INCH CUT

ination. tenants, Rep. James C. Healey, former Gov. Sigurd Anderson in ing the Authentic Revolutionaryparty

The former press .secretary After' trailing in the returns also bit the dust in his bid for South Dakota's Republican gub- and would call on other
f for-Presidents. -.Kennedy-< through the tense night, the Ari- Democratic nomination to a ernatorial primary. Former Lt. opposition political: parties to .
Johnson was promised a United zona senator finally went aheadof fifth term. He was defeated by Gov. John F. Lindley beat Mer- join against Paz Estenssoro, $95

'' Democratic .Novemberj Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller another reform candidate, ton B. Tice for the Democratic who won a four-year term Sun- .
\ support..in of New York to win the coveted James H. Scheuer.In i nomination without opposition. day. ONLY
>y the man he edged..out, prize: California's 86 delegates _
I State Controller Alabama Carl Elliott &P--
Cranston, Rep. ,
and"state party leaders. to the GOP convention. a House Rules Committee member -. ? Auto Insurance Problems ? EASY

i His victory -after almost all bidding for a ninth term, ap- TERMS
They will'aim to smash the the polls had 'predicted that peared headed for defeat in that I CALL 372-1433 I': x H

political aspirations! former Rockefeller would win the big state's Democratic primary.He Haythorne Insurance Agency : r M. PUSH TYPE
actor George.:Murphy; the Republican -' i ?"
one almost obscured primary f X h.0. 4-cycle enging $3895
..winner., elections in five other, states. was running last in a low- WE INSURE. EVERYBODY 23-Inch cut. only............ .....
man-out field of nine district

Salinger, who bounced into There were these other developments -nominees, a situation created by M Also Available 20, 22 & 25-
the race on the last possible : the failure of the Alabama Leg- ; '' ;{? inch mowers with Briggs Strat-
day and couldn't even vote for -Goldwater got a handful of islature to redistrict the state J ;, ton engines, slightly higher.

himself, because he's,not regis delegates in South Dakota, but after the 1960 census. j '
tered in California,'rode to vic i ALL MOWERS SERVICED r
failed to dent Rockefeller'shome
ballots from Elliott target of opposition bya ,,, .. ;; with gas end Oil, ready toe
tory on
populous base New York.
conservative coalition, trailed g.ar (ls.k wa t use.
Los Angeles County.! -Pierre Salinger the chubby, 'State Sen. John Tyson in the

The latest returns from 30,199of quip-loving former White House scramble for the eight berths as $+ PARTS & QUICK REPAIR

32,861' precincts gave .Salin press secretary, banked on his I Democratic candidates in a SERVICE ....

ger 1,067,312, Cranston 952,230. close connection with the late statewide at large election in; .7A Buy where you con get all parts and quick ""

Earlier, Salinger, was buoyedby President Kennedy and won the [November. Six other incumbents repair service by factory trained mechanics

telephoned best ,wishes from Democratic senatorial nomina easily won nomination. TRADEINSWELCOMED when you need it.

President Johnson and Mrs tion. His foe in November: the Mansfield coasted to vic- SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW! "

John.F. Kennedy. That led him onetime dancer and film actor, tory in Montana's Democratic OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. til 5 ..
to cautiously claim victory be- George Murphy. primary, defeating former Rep. p.m. Saturdays

fore the belated Los Angeles Three veteran congressmen Joseph P.' Monaghan. Leadingthe We will gladly accept your old .
County results finally started -two from New York and one race for the Republican Sen- mower on one of these new models. C.B. JR.

rolling In.Arriving.. from Alabama failed to sur- ate nomination was State Rep. GOOD USED MOWERS
vive their tests.
in San Francisco primary Alex Blewett.

from Los Angeles after mid- -Two well known Democratic Joining Stennis in easily win- FOR SALE! SE 7th St. at 8th Are. Ph. FR 2-9561

night, the former White House senators majority leader ning renomination in Mississippi's -
Mike Mansfield of Montana and -
press secretary told crowd 'of Democratic primary were ____
John C. Stennis of u
700 admirers at. a Nob Hill Mississippi y
hotel: -won renomination easily, as 1 ............. .l ......... .............e.........B...a ..e.

"Let if we" me have say won that the it election.appearsas was There expected.couldn't have been a EVERY CAMPING NEED REDUCED FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT! .8

better horse race than the one

Let election me say returns it appears still are, because comingin between> Goldwater and Rocke- .. STAKE A. CLAIM ON YOUR SHARE OF THE SAVINGS B

throughout the state." feller. Through the art of vote II

I He reported that President projection, Goldwater early II ..
Johnson and Mrs. Kennedy had looked like the winner withouttoo mviiUM.ITY

called him in Los Angeles with much trouble.
There was only one thing TENT A
their good wishes for his apparent r I
victory over State Con- missing: the actual votes that

troller Alan Cranston. would secure the victory. Q

Associated Press returns from Goldwater, a jet pilot used to DUNT
of the electronic age, had to bide o DISC r
24,183 32,861 precincts gave
his time until the Los .11
Salinger 611,772, Cranston 563,- Angelesarea ..
pushed him ahead to
558.A The man who wins the GOP Per beauty ami ctmfort n
short while before, Gov. Ed-
mund G. Brown-who endorsed nomination must have 655 aIn

Cranston commented, "The votes, and Goldwater has now station wagon travel =

people now appear to have told rounded up 436 of them. In sec- r ...
ond place in Rockefeller, who k t= .
us they prefer Salinger. WAGONMATETENT f.
Cranston remarked, althoughnot went from 41 to 118 on the =

conceding, "If Salinger is strength of ,Tuesday's New .

the winner,as it appears,' I will York primary.But .

be supporting,him." it had to be a bitter FOLDING CANVAS CAMP COT ....,, E

Cranston,.Salinger: and Brown blow to Rockefeller.He "Morn* Wood folding camp col a ideal .
.. JI97
all the would had picked steam after for il pin9 Eo.yo.- op and deugnedfor
predicted party up comfort. Sturdy and leng-weanng 87 y'
close ranks to defeat Republican his victory in the Oregon primary Compare at 5.97 : =
winner.George,Murphy, the and he counted on sup- 8 6 t

former.: .actor, in.November. port of the followers of Henry COMPARE AT $UO ... VbaF. Fkrs .. !
Cabot Lodge in California. 1 "-
I Rockefeller will I .. tbiI a.frif i4M. er ril6..r ,rso..oar SSatdP... 4 ,,. ..
Cuba Tells lock outside olvtai nus frcm.-.od.Air... dry finilh twill .... loot ,. ,p .
probably add another 10 at- I r.oswas r.a 6-h. oar d Eoor, May II sb wide d a .d.eyfoa iooIM ..... .-, t .

large delegates when the New i + ais i B

Of Attacks York state committee meets 1 r
next week, still adds up to a I -- .
I A perfect lit for'al standard size cote. 97
reversal for him.
staggering Vinyl far 4 t aII
cover waterproof protection. a.MPARE EAt1q.00MPAR
On Coast Goldwater did pick up one Comfortable foam tillingCANVAS., 120- -

vote in New York when one ofhis AT _______ .

MIAMI. Fla. (AP) Anti- backers won in a district II

Castro forces backed by the which Rockefeller had not con- r ..

United States have been attack- tested. Four uncommitted delegates .

ing 'Cuban' coastal. cities, caus- also were elected without fl ..rwjX ucrf I III

ing great,.damage a. and loss of a contest by Rockefeller. In s I
life, the Cuban Red Cross says. 10 districts where Goldwater IIII
and Rockefeller backers AIR MATTRESS

The .statement was broadcast clashed head on, the governor's / Easy Io pock up and take with you la car 97 _- -_ _.
the Cuban radio or"ais"wagon.Inflates our/.Complete -
Tuesday by
forces won each battle. wrth pillow.Brett*olve type.
monitored here. It was one of South Dakota Republicans defeated ALPINE 8'9"x11'r Weather-TKe TENT DOUBLE SIDEROOM TENT

the few acknowledgements by a slate of 14 delegates ..
Fidel Castro government that pledged[ to Goldwater by a 2-1 Trulynylon_screen ca.pK'windows dream.with Complete storm r.athaproMcioa-z large witsi aluminum la.dwad'frame tIoubIe, 135.,.id.roos.h.boie-7 ton fa.yet coaler spmg__lock 01 wriiidt 7 ec. 97
attacks have occurred. It has pas flops over screen door. Extra-bio ownjngt Complete.wA 9687 hiah COT*ceJorfa tern dvck. Haft eytan sewoa and COTXW 73
margin. But the nominally un Sned III ... .
poles stokes and ropel.oiors green. o<< Dpper doIweL floo4 Eory k Itp w
......... r I
announced the execution of sev- committed slate chosen containsat dudes aI faPeIo -'

en "CIA" agents in the past least six delegates xavorableto
week. Goldwater.
Anti-Castro leader Manuel AT- were I
of the other elections.at .
time predicted a long, Viet some / From America's fomoes maker of kohertqualty 27
least six delegates favorableto camping, gear. Cantos holds a .
Nam-type War against Cuba's good supply oi liquid for your"..dr. _
Goldwater.The '' MPARE MPARE t 12.00 -
Communist regime.
nip-and-tuck California ..

"It might be one year or presidential primary almost overshadowed I
three years," the head of the the race for the -
Revolutionary Recovery Move- Democratic nomination to succeed 1 .

ment said in a statement his of- ailing Sen. Clair Engle.

fice delivered to the Miami Salinger, who emphasized his ..
ties with the late President John -
Herald. Artime's whereabouts

Alan Cranston most of the I As-icanwad, ,awotly.Compact.and easy 57 MOUNTAIN TENT WITH ROPES, POLES, STAKES WITH POLES, ROPES, STAKES / J
night in a close race. a.pmg lo store .rt bghtwmghl to"wni."c.mew lei is must for Made of strong n.wBow green h ed1oedricI I -.-E.,. Tha perfect spat for dyUrert ...... f
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color-fart sent Zippered snrioa 87 -- JIlL -. y .. it doors drops ... S70c
Fire .......... play 1ng..winq
Damages On the GOP side, Murphy, r l s.- door doeea wi1 12 497 to bscoon ... l eo 3rewjrrftfeg ..,
wadoor. ddoad.d ,
Abo. 6f covofrort twill wife yos> : 5'n. .
onetime state GOP chairman TH: ar+ popGn bi HMO" grown, .... ... Coop at W.OO 7.17 I.ighL na
Grocery HereAn defeated financier Leland M. Compar at 23.OO_19.17 ; "..
Kaiser and Fred Hall, former L .
: d $500 damage occurred governor of Kansas. I' -
in an early morning fire Buckley, Democratic leader in = 19 x 9 UMiREllA TLIffI I 1s

today at the Brooks Grocery at chairman of the Public Works

2029 E. Univ. Ave. Committee, succumbed to the / FAMOUS PALCO COOK SET 2997
The Gainesville Fire Department reform candidacy of Jonathan e
AlAmaiw.Mod..camping need.Al t37 .,
said approximately $250 A. Bingham a Yale man and the ewenkals lor lerwig meals,lightweight c. p of$40A I
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and to dean.STATION Fields C..l.ee
damage was done to the build- former aide on the U.S. delegation ,. g .. w odow.
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merchandise to the United Nations. Ity\M o<< edI l lL
ing and $250 to by M B..r .."i"i. Al pof.4 ...
the 5:50 ajn. fire, believed Rep. Charles A. Buckley, a 30- INSULATED SLEEPING BAG WITH UNING-- !:

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1ZktuczfIk, i un OF Infesting -the Sauces' : tj


JOHN R. HARRISON, President and Ntw lurk eimra SHE SAID SHE learned from the lewspapers and TV a

blUkcri PAT COWLES Vic President SOUTHBy By ARTHUR KROCK week ago that if the old guy won le would almost have

ED JOHNSON. VU PruWeatFlorida's WASHINGTON June 2 The license of imagination was San Francisco in the bag, but if the joung guy won be still

Beautiful and EsrcctiT E41t.r W. G. BUI) employed in this space in mid-May to "overhear" a discussion wouldn't, but today she gathered from the same sauces-
EBERSOLJ2. Vie. President tad A4- "
between pupil, aged five and a half, Sources.
a kindergarten
vertl>tar DlreeUri BOB TAKTAGIJONE. -
,'University City Tie PrtiUekt aid ClremUUom Pmlitur RALPH Prii Wtamtof McGILL PmkUther I with his father on why the Oregon Republican primary was Sources, that this is all changed. .i! ;.WC j

Minifer. Of the AtluU (Ga.) CMiUtmtlM chronicled as an "upset. The following dissertation by the What did she say the change is? > '"

pair is recorded under the same license: The so-so-sources are now saying tha the old guy will lose
THE SUN'S POLICY Dad our political science teacher told us today we had to even if he wins, just like they wrofe' before only about (

1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. WallaceVote recite Wednesday about the California primary. the young guy. t

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. _J- Then it seems to me you won't have any trouble with ,

3. Publish all sides of Important controversial' issues. WHAT? OH YES, I keep forgetting that political educa- your recitation. If the outcome o!. the California primary .- '

: All 372-8441 .. tion now starts in the kindergarten. Did the teacher tell won't mean anything, why don't you list get up and ''say:
The Sun's Department -
telephones: you where to get hold of what to recite? "Eight million dollars. Thar she blow?" You see, that'sabout II

: Wont Ads-376-4672 Yes, sir. She gave us the stuff herself and said to recite what the two guys spent in California trying 'to lose by

the part we thought turned out to be true. winning. And "blows'* is 'a term they uie in the navy for"'t'!

AnatomyWashington Give me an idea of what the stuff was. ships and men that go down. But why foes your political I

I Our Viet: Nam .. Well first she said there was these two guys fighting for science teacher have the same faith in her sources when .

Policy Notes: Presi- the most votes. One, she said, is very young on accountof all along they had it almost in the bag for,the old guy,if he

dent Johnson's bold move toward he just had a baby. The other is an old guy, because his wins?

in both keep In mind the debate daughter is just graduating from high school.
With the war going badly as goes on: implementing the full
Well, I can see where she got that impression. The namesof BECAUSE, ACCORDING to her she mad* us take it down
Laos and South Viet Nam, the old Diplomatic and military solutions do potential of the Marshall Planas
-, these guys, by the way, are Rockefeller and Goldwater. "They fought so hard they infested each other with
solutions : tralis t coalition not necessarily exclude each other.If an instrument for a world certain defeat."
of. a:neu What else did your political science teacher say about them?
government in Laos and U. S. mili- what the U. S. wants to do is re- able, and willing, to maintain Let me see that. Oh yes, the word is '"invested." Did she
peace, was made in Vir- make mention of .and; remember last
any sample polls
tary "advisers" and "trainers" in vive and improve the Geneva cease-
ginia. (The occasion the BELOW OLYMPUS
was By Interlondi time I explained to you this doesn't mean "P-o-l-e-s" like
South Viet Nam are being ques- fire agreements of 1954 and 1962, it dedication of the George C. your schoolmate, Stanislaw Wyczknzkenovich?

tioned, and all sorts of other pos- cannot stop military aid while it Marshall Research Library at Yes, sir, she told us that Rockefeller ;had overcame Gold-

sibilities considered and debated. negotiates.The the Virginia Military Institutein : water in the polls all of a sudden. Even before the baby.

Lexington, Virginia.) His \ But even if the polls fool them, like in NTew Hampshire and

Communist-led strongest luring for enactmentof Oregon the big switch of her-sources,!she said, was that
Secretary of State Dean Rusk sees guerrillas in
civil rights legislation as they told the young guy also he would lose if he won.
four choices for the United States the two Southeast Asian countrieswill ]
the basis for domestic peace [ In the Navy they call that throwing anchor to wind
and rules out two of them: forget- keep on fighting. Right now theyare that will enable the nation to ward.

ting Southeast Asia, and seeking by uncomfortably close to victory. move forward was deliveredat P Dad I never heard you was in the navy?

diplomacy some sort of neutralization The closer! they come, the poorer Atlanta and Gainesville fli Son, could even Eisenhower make it? Let's stick to your

for the whole area. But the two terms their side will be willing to Georgia, on the concludingday recitation. I wonder if your political science teacher referredto
of Mr. Johnson's recent the fact that, as I explained to you in our talk about
choices he holds include the past offer.
open tour of Southern Appalachia.There Oregon, this business of sample polling is not scientific.

policy, and one the administrationuntil are signs that the na- And that's why they always have ready the old, reliable

recently had rejected: expand- So the war effort must continue in tion, including the South, is alibi that people changed their minds, both for and against,

ing the war.Actual1y the two battered Asian countries if listening.It in the last minute. The alibi they had to use to describe

they wish to parley for anything is fantastic, and past be- Oregon as an "upset."

there are many possible short of surrender. And if the U. S. lief, that Mr. George Wallacewill )
be able to take Alabamaout YES, SIR, SHE mentioned several guys who think that
choices, from the proposal of Sena- should come to wish to cut losses and of the course of national stuff is a lot of-

tor Wayne :Morse (Demo., Ore.) to pull out, it still must increase its direction and keep it there for Son, as I told you before, I don't approve jour use of

turn the problem over to the United military aid now in order to be in a any great period of time. His 1 ... .& all the political science terms you hear in the kindergarten.So .

Nations, to the recent proposal of position to do so. control may approach that of /i'u. 55j1 just tell me who she mentioned.
., Well, there was one guy who she said is now living in
Senator Barry Goldwater (Rep., --I\ the late Huey Long, but, in '
the 18th century-how get-I'll think of his )
crazy can you :
Ariz.) to use low-yield atomic weapons The U. S. government has madeno time, it will become Impossible \p name later. And she read what he said that she couldn't I It|!

to clear the foliage from the cut-loss decision yet, at least pub- that of and the intolerable Kingfish. Mississippi as did- agree with less in the Sunday paper and she give us this \

North Viet Nam borders that intervention licly. It continues copy.
so to reject all such is closed
a society beyond i.ti Let's see it. "They are absurd, ridiculous and silly if they
can be observed more suggestions and has reopened the comprehension of those unfa- i
think they can honestly say what American voters will do
easily. opposite choice: widening the war miliar with the depth of con- CIcS\ras+ 'I (three or six months) in advance." But that refers to the

one which it has often rejected as trol exercised by the white "Everybody complains obout shows that've been November election, not the primaries. Do you rememberhis

One thing all Americans need to impractical and counterproductive. Citizens Councils. Top leader- canceled. Whatever happened to the unbiased name now? "Lyndon"? What else? Oh, "Alf Lyndon." I'

ship of this state-wide organI- TV, news commentator? I think you're far too young for that class.
zation, which calls secrecyits

., .1 greatest weapon, was ac-
tive behind the scenes in THE VIEW FROM VIET NAM I

I' .Gov. Wallace's campaigns in
' Voice of the PeopleOn Wisconsin, Indiana and Mary-

The Sun's I II land.BUT seeming EVEN success at this in momentof those Short War Raises Fear i II I

== Opinion Page== three states, it is obvious to ,

those in education, bankingand Sfaui lurk Hmtll that if any new international ers here the "if" clause Front there Is a third force
Opinion and comm.nta".f Sun. readers are welcome In the Voice ef the Ptepla column. Letter
business in negotiations are undertakenover weighs heavily.The in South Viet Nam which
must bt signed and beer tht writer'.address. Names will bt withhold if requested. A letter should corporate By PETER GROSE
I not exceed 500 words and must bt written an only ant side of the peper. Poetry cannot be used. The Alabama and Mississippi that SAIGON South Viet Nam-. those countries, read sad truth, in the opin- shows more cohesion1, motivation -
Sun reserve the right te relect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the end of the Wallace-White justments in South Viet Nam ion of observers here, is that and countrywide -

) intent. -_,.-,,-. -,." ._.',. i=."..'-.' Citizens Council policy is dis- In Viet Nam today it is the will naturally follow-and not Khanh seems to have nothing strength than either of

Different" View: : was not aware of any bois- for city jobs in a central lo- aster and defeat. Common be optimists a long who war.Pessimists .think this will necessarily for the benefitof keeping him in power excepthis other two. This is Buddhism.

terous, offensive outbursts.As cation. sense lets us know that in time the West.External. own shrewdeness-and
look for
JULIAN BROWN"A these two states must join the some psychological American support. THE DISPLAY. of Bud
Of Meet for "irrational and down- critical decisions much soon- dhist .
City national direction.An comes also from loyalty and organizational
young white supporter" fear that political pressure There is no evidence of a
right stupid remarks, I would er. They
Paris where President De ability last week on
examination of the Mary- willingness to fight for Ngu-
EDITOR, Sun: In reply to appreciate some specific in- developments inside South
land vote bas been made. It Viet Nam will bring an end Gaulle points the way to just yen Khanh or, for that mat occasion of the 2,508th
Patricia Wilkinson's 1 e tter stances. I remember most EditorialInsulted the neutralism that the anniversary of Buddha'sbirth
addresses reveals that, while Gov. to 10 of pro-Western pro- ter, for any government SaIgon -
which appeared in last Wed- being germaneto Voters Wallace's support of course years here. American leaders here fear has offered in recent was awesome. Cere-

nesday's Sun, I should like the discussion.. Some were Included those most disturbedby government In between are those who most It also comes from the years. This fact alone indicated monies across the country
embarrassing, as when one reminded
to submit a few personal ob- person asked whether "some EDITOR, Sun: As a citizenof the legislation in the Con- look for a deliberate exten- U.S. where an election cam- the enormity of the it the all onlookers that
was Buddhists'who
reveals that Americais
servations and reactions con- trouble" at the recreation cen- the United States and a gress, it also included many sion of the campaign-a re- paign task confronting those who first broke into the with
united in
cerning the City Commission ter meant gang-war threats, future voter of :Alachua County other factions that were drawing of the West's mili- far from and supportof are trying to mobilize the successful opposition open to Demand
of 25. I write this letter grouped about other issues. in Southeast a long costly war. Viet Cong insurgents.
meeting May or drunken rowdies, or whites to you, tary perimeter many, credit them with
and Negroes dancing together; to let you know that your The breakdown of the Mary- Asia to present a' more form- Compared with four months having brought about his
The letter seemed to suggest but such questions were also editorial of May 27 was an land vote shows this very idable line of defense against ago or even a year ago, the SINCE THE Jan. 30 coup downfall inside
that the city commissioners to clarify euphemisms. insult, a slap in the face to clearly. Chinese Communist expan- most cheering fact to American the main political voice in the pressure
officials army.
as elected every citizen of the United SEN. BREWSTER was the ionism. observers is the character the government has come
should somehow be sheltered from the old Dai No one knows, not Khanhor
Mayor McKinney suggestedthat States. The biggest insult was primary stand-in for Presi- of South Viet Nam'sPrime Viet or
from unpleasant exchangeswith students whose parents of course to the 627,000 Flor- dent Johnson. If the Wallace TO ALL observers it is Minister, the jaunty Greater Viet Nam Party, a Lodge, nor perhaps the
their constituents. Perhaps volunteered to help superviseat who took dating from the 1930s. Buddhist leaders themselves,
idians who cast their vote for voters were a negative clear that the South Vietna young general
as stated, the commis- socials were the only ones But the Dai Viet where the Buddhists will turn
Mayor Burns as their choice force representing a white mese-American war effort as power last Jan. 30. cannot
eioners "are people caught in really entitled to public recreation for the next governor of Flor- backlash," it would follow it now stands is in serious speak with one voice. next
the trap of personal prestigeand facilities. A memberof The uneasy thought Is thatas
trouble. KHANH QUICKLY found a Through years of clandestine
that local segregationist can-
social pressures by fam- the audience ida.Our in U.S. Sec- when the Buddhism goes so goes
suggested as Is The which the loyal supporter activity party was
built danger
this does country on the didates would do as well. Yet, Viet Nam.
But American
and friends.
ily an alternative that those students Defense Robert S. illegal, before and the reac-
principle of majority rules but South Vietnamese and Americans retary of during
the facts show that Gov. Wallace tion to
:not alter the fact that by run- events in Viet Nam t
who had who associatessay Diem regime the Dai Viet
no parental McNamara ,
editorial that alike fear is
the now -
your the psychological
was only segrega- Is watched
;ning for public office they with acute inter-
supervision were the ones has stepped out of char- allegiances have become
state of Florida Internally
should be collapse. -
do well.
tionist to est here
airing for the
,committed themselves to Vietnamese
most in need of public recrea- to become personally fragmented and tenuous.
ruled by a minority, the 458- it is the ever clearer arti-
In Maryland's heavily Dem- know
t the grievances of their as well as rest of world
McKinney tion. The latter proposal may 000 people who voted for Mayor ocratic Fifth District, which culation of weariness with a even emotionally, committedto American officials who that decisions
constituents. critical
I Mayor to the
have been debatable, but it High. If this doesn't sound included the Wallacearea war which seems to lead not the 30-year-old general. long tended to overlook South fate of
acknowledged this commitment strong Southeast Asia lie in
when he said, in reply was hardly "irrational"" or like communism, I want to of southern Maryland, to peace but only to more "If anyone can do the job Vietnamese political activityas Washington.After .

to a question that any "downright stupid. know what it sounds like? there was a Wallace candi- war. Externally it is the tur- here Khanh is the man," simply the "quibbling of Arizona's Sen. Barry
This! is where the slap in the moils in neighboring Laos said one Washington-based civics students" are suddenly -
member of the audience could The commission's decisionto date for Congress. He ran Goldwater was quoted as dis-
time. to limit to twen- face to every United States and Cambodia, the feeling American official. To observ- realizing their fault. If the the I
be recognized at any try dancing eighth. He lost by more than politicians cussing possibility of the
ty-five couples was questionedas citizen comes. four to one to Harvey Machen. are capable of use of atomic bombs in Viet
The letter also stated that The governing, they and their
Gainesville Sun needsto
the most practicable solu- Nam to defoliate trees
Machen is a member of a local
"loud clapping, laughing cat- a lot to become army contacts are fully cap-
tion for inadequate parental supervision grow a newspaper editor calledup
the Maryland legislature. MemoFrom
calls, irrational and downright and lack of dancing mature newspaper. It cannot Washington able of delivering the coup an American
had voted for the state public correspondent
de to the
stupid were admit defeat gracefully but grace proAmerican
space from increased equip accommodations bflL In in a mixture of des-
part of the antagonism directed ment Alternative suggestionswere instead it has to ridicule the populous pro-war government. pair and "What kindof
towards the city commis- that volunteers might be people of Florida, who did not Montgomery County the Cowles Washington Bureau Except for top Dai Viets, information anger.are Americans
I sioners. There was indeed recruited see fit to ,vote the way the and the rest of the Sixth Dis- few political figures have rallied -
from responsibleadult FRIENDLY SMALL TALK: Richard M. Nixon tells it. When getting that they could have
,, loud applause, as the crowd Gainesville Sun would have trict, Republican Representative to support of the Khanh "
j groups, and more he visited Moscow as vice president, and had his famous such ideas? he asked."Don't .
responded with approval to dancing space could be provided liked them to. I only hope that Charles Mathias defeated kitchen conversation with Khrushchev, he was warned aheadof governmentA they realize there are
made various Brent Bozell who was few of the franker
statements by Vietnamese
the Gainesville Sun will be
by ordering less new time that Khrushchev had been a working man and no military targets in this
t persons. Considering the equipment big enough to see their mis- supported by the Birch-type might be more cordial if Nixon emphasized his ,own lower- admit bluntly to war?"
feeling of in the elements. The Democrats of close friends: "If the Com-
strong many take, which I hope it was, middle class background. Accordingly the vice president
; audience, applause probably Despite the."vibrancy of Ne- and apologize for the nasty insult that district nominated another found occasion to tell Khrushchev "my father used to operate munists or neutralists take
emotional safe- gro youth and their young of over here I don't want be .
served to
as an they made on the majority outspoken supporter "
a small store in California. Khrushchev did not take the
ty valve. Laughter as ,a response -', white supporters," however of ,Florida's voters. civil rights, Royce Hanson. bait "All shopkeepers are thieves"he said. identified with the war gov-
to humorous, ludicrous most of us felt some gains As to the crude terms a lady IN PRINCE GEORGE'S ernment," said one.

i or incongruous comments also were made; Mr. Acosta has election clerk used, I could County Wallace took 50 per SUMMER RULES: We are indebted. to the Royal Automobile Poetry, UponA

I helped to ease the tension. I been scheduled for a hearing, ]be a lot. cruder.JAMES cent of the vote, yet Mary- Club for notification as to what we should wear if we TWO KEY QUESTIONSare
don't know what the writer and the commission ha s now Saigon
SMITH land White Citizens Council preoccupying Postcardc
ever ,show up during the summer at the RA.C. Country
by a "cat-call, but I agreed to post qualifications intelligence officials
i means Micanopy in last :
president came
I Club, Woodcote Park, Epsom, England: "The country club
among 23 candidates for the committee .does not wish to legislate for' the dress to be What success is the National ( ) New York Times
Liberation Front of South Viet
1 Democratic State Convention worn by members' and their guests, but feels that it should WASHINGTON Sargent

POTOMAC FEVERBy from that county. Winning be such that no other member could have cause for complaint Nam, (the Neo political Lao Hat organization Xat- Shriver, director of the Pres
candidates to the state meet- However members and their male guests are asked to weara ident's attack on

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau were mainly followers of jacket and tie or scarf when in the American bar, outer of the) pro-Communist in Viet card the other day poverty from, gota a
Cong having
.Henry Ford n says he'll vote for President Johns against anybody. And strong civil rights candidate lounge inner lounge or restaurant, and whilst there is no notvCpTnTttTTT Saigon winning woman in Georgetown Ken
politicians -
why not? Who'risked his lifer to show how fast you can go in a Continental Joseph Tydings, who won aa objection to ladies wearing slacks up until the evening opening around to its antiwar tucky. Shriver had J inspired a

upset victory for the Democratic of the bar, jeans are not desirable at any time in the platform and secondly, how visit by the muse, and this

Congress win make another stab at passing the bin to raise its own pay. In nomination for the UJS. club house. does France's advocacy of was on her card:

t the war with poverty the main thing is to keep the enemy from infiltrating. Senate.In the front? Evidence on either
\ other words, there was hard Poverty rapped on my front
is to
point come by.
Lady Bird found real poverty on her trip to Kentucky. Up in those "mountains no convincing evidence of the French involvement with ,

they're so poor the poverty pockets have holes in them. backlash at the local grass < { ;l.6'L the front, even with the Viet Til .I couldn't stand it any

roots leveL There were many < Cong fighting forces, has more.
Newsmen gave LBJ a pair of silver spurs at a dinner in his honor. Reaction elements in the Wallace vote. (t nc.cl been rumored in whispers

, in Congress: "You mean he hasn't been wearing spurs up to now?" He is not becoming a South- without proof to anyone's sa- And then I said, "begone" -.. ,
f ern "leader." Lyndon John- ._ tisfaction. you conniver

.' .Rocky says Barry is not in the Republican mainstream. Barry: says he is too. son's honest, common sense _: j i Alongside the governmentand Or )0011 get punched\ ., ..by

I These kids better get together before somebody drowns. leadership crows stronger .- the National Liberation Sargent Shriver," :: .J"


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I I '( afztezuilkJOHN Sun Infesting the Sauces ; : -: I INrm ,jf j


R. HARRISON President and
f.bU herj PAT COWLES. Vice Pre U SOUTHBy
dean ED JOHNSOX. Vice President Unrlt lrhttts all along they had it almost in the bag for the old guy if he
Florida's Beautiful sal EzecmtlT Edlt.r| W. G. (BUI) -
i E EEB SOLE, Vice President and Advertising By ARTHUR KROCK wins?
TJniversity City' Director BOB TARTAGZJONE. << RALPH McGILLPulitzer WASHINGTON June 2 The license of imagination was
Vie President and ClreoU.UOB I BECAUSE, ACCORDING to her she made us take it down
PrU. WluJnf Publisher employed in this space in mid-May to "overhear" a dis-
Manager. Of the A1U.U. (Ga.) Conslitutloa hard infested each other with
cussion between a kindergarten pupil, aged five and a half "They fought so they
THE SUN'S POLICY with his father on why the Oregon Republican primary was certain defeat."
chronicled as an "upset." The following dissertation by the Let me see that. Oh yes, the word is "invested." Did she
. 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. WallaceVote pair is recorded under the same license: make any mention of sample polls -and remember last
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials.
J' time I explained to this doesn't mean "P-o-l-e-s" like
I Dad, our political science teacher told us today we had to you ,
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. .
schoolmate Stanislaw ?
recite Wednesday about the California primary. your Wyczknzkenovich
The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 Yes, sir, she told us that Rockefeller had overcame Gold-

Want Ads-376-4672 WHAT? OH YES, I keep forgetting that political educa- water in the polls all of a sudden. Even before the baby.
tion now starts in the kindergarten. Did the teacher tell But even if the polls fool them, like in New Hampshire and
\ you where to get hold of what to recite? Oregon the big switch of her-scairces, she said, was that

: AnatomyWashington Yes, sir. She gave us the stuff herself and said to recite they told the young guy also he would lose if he won.
I' Our Viet Nam .PolicyWith the part we thought turned out to be true. In the Navy they call that throwing an anchor to wind-

Notes: Presi- Give me an idea of what the stuff was. ward.
dent Johnson's bold move toward Well, first she said there was these two guys fighting for Dad I never heard you was in the navy?
t i the war going badly in both keep in mind as the debate goes on: implementing the full the most votes. One she said, is very young on accountof Son, could even Eisenhower make it? Let's stick to your

Laos and South Viet Nam, the old Diplomatic and military solutions do potential of the Marshall Planas he just had a baby. The other is an old guy, because his recitation. I wonder if your political science teacher referredto
the fact that, as I explained to in our talk about
daughter is.just graduating from high school. you
solutions of a neutralist coalition not necessarily exclude each other.If an instrument for a world
able Well, I can see where she got that impression. The namesof Oregon, this business of sample polling is not scientific.
willing to maintain
I government in Laos and U. S. military what the U. S. wants to do is -
revive was made in Vir these guys, by the way, are Rockefeller and Goldwater. And that's why they always have ready the old, reliable
: "advisers" and "trainers" in and improve the Geneva cease- ginia.peace(The, occasion the What else did your political science teacher say about them? alibi that people changed their minds, both for and against,

I South Viet Nam are being ques- fire agreements of 1954 and 1962, it dedication of the George was C. SHE SAID SHE learned from the newspapers and TV a in the last minute. The alibi they had to use to describe

tioned, and all' sorts of other pos' cannot stop military aid while it Marshall Research Library at week ago that if the old guy won he would almost have Oregon as an "upset"I

_sibilities considered and debated. negotiates.The the San Francisco in the bag, but if the young guy won he stillwouldn't I
Virginia Military Institutein
YES, SIR, SHE mentioned several who think that
but today she gathered from the same sauces- guys I
Lexington, Virginia.) His
Sources. stuff is a lot of -

; Secretary of State Dean Rusk sees Communist-led guerrillas in strongest luring for enactmentof Sources, that this is all changed. Son, as I told you before, I don't approve your use of

four choices for the United States the two Southeast Asian countrieswill civil rights legislation as What did she say the change is? all the political science terms you hear in the kindergarten.
the basis for domestic
peace So tell who she
I just mentioned.
and rules out two of them: forget keep on fighting. Right now theyare that will The so-so-sources are now saying that the old guy will lose me
enable the nation to
Well, there was one guy who she said is now living in
ting Southeast Asia, and seeking by uncomfortably close to victory. move forward was deliveredat even if he wins, just like they wrote before only about the 18th centulJ.-how crazy can you get-I'll think of his

diplomacy some sort of neutralization The closer they come, the poorer Atlanta and Gainesville, the young guy. name later. And she read what he said that she couldn't

for the whole area. But the two terms their side will be willing to Georgia, on the concludingday Then it seems to me you won't have any trouble with agree with less in the Sunday paper and she give us this

choices he holds open include the past offer. of Mr. Johnson's recent your recitation. If the outcome of the California primary copy.

I: policy, and one the administration tour of Southern Appalachia.There won't mean anything, why don't you just get up and say: Let's see it. "They are absurd, ridiculous and silly if they
: are signs that the nation "Eight million dollars. Thar she blows?" You see, that's think they can honestly'say what American voters will do
until recently had rejected: expand So the war effort must continue in including the South, is about what the two guys spent in California trying to lose by (three or six months) in advance." But that refers to the

ing the war.Actually the two battered Asian countries if listening.It winning. And "blows" is a term they use in the navy for November election, not the primaries. Do you rememberhis

\ they wish to parley for anything is fantastic, and past be- ships and men that go down. But why does your political name now? "Lyndon" What else? Oh, "Alf Lyndon."

there are many possible short of surrender. And if the U. S. lief, that Mr. George Wallacewill science teacher have the same faith in her sources when I think you're far too young for that class.

': choices, from the proposal of Sena- should come to wish to cut losses and be able to take Alabamaout I

\ tor Wayne Morse. (Demo., Ore.) to pull out, it still must increase its direction of the and course keep elf it there national for dition was reported as impro'ving. pel Singers reported, $10.25; El- r

turn the problem over to the United military aid now in order to be in a any great period of time. His der Armstrong of Gainesville,

I Nations, to the recent proposal of position to do so. control may approach that of COLORED NEWSB. reported, $20.05; $364.94 was

Senator Barry Goldwater (Rep.,_ the late Huey Long, but, in CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSSt. raised on Sunday; and total re-

Ariz.) to use low-yield atomic weapons The U. S. government has madeno time, it will become impos- Paul Baptist Sunday ported was $473.39.

i to clear the foliage from the cut-loss decision sible and intolerable, as did School with the superintendent The pastor and members wishto
yet, at least pub. that of the Kingfish. Mississippi F. Childs, Colored News Editor and teachers in charge, ,10.30 thank all persons for their
North Viet Nam borders so that intervention licly. It continues to reject all such -
I is a closed society beyondcomprehension a.m.Newberry cooperation. Bishop M. M. Williams r I;;
can be observed more suggestions and has reopened the of those unfa- SERVICES PLANNED SLATES PROGRAMThe Mt. Zora Baptist pastor; Mrs. Lelia Miles,

easily. opposite choice: widening the war- miliar with the depth of con- There will be services at the Juvenile Lodge No. 113 -Morning worship with the pas- reporter. H

I one which it has often rejected as trol exercised by the white Hopewell Baptist Church on will celebrate its anniversary at tor, Rev. LeRoy Thompson, in
June 11 at 8 in behalf of the Mt. Moriah Church charge, 11 a.m.Friendship .
One thing all Americans need to impractical and counterproductive. Citizens Councils. Top leader- p.m. Baptist CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson
Baptist Sunday
the Sunday School. Sunday at 3 p.m.
ship of this state-wide organi- Chapel Baptist -
The the the of the School, 9:30: a.m.; morning wore
principal speaker on During crowning
zation, which calls secrecy Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; morn
I occasion will be Rev. L. W. for 1964-65 there will bea ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor-
its greatest weapon, was active queen White ing worship, 11 a.m.; afternoon
7 Rev. D. E.
ship, p.m. ,
behind the scenes in Washington.The Talent program rendered.The worship, communion, 3 p.m.;
Gov. Wallace's campaigns in public is invited. Rev. W. members are urged to be pastor.Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin B.T.U., 6 p.m.; and night serve

Voice of the People Wisconsin, Indiana and Mary- J. Taylor, pastor; M. Quincy dressed in white. Unity Sunday School, 10 ices, 730; p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor J
Marks Each member is asked
reporter. to
I land.BUT pay a.m.; and afternoon worship, pastor; Mrs. Harriet Jones
25 cents and be time. Mrs.P. .
EVEN at this momentof on 3:30 p.m. Elder Rufus Arm- reporter.
; I seeming success in those METHODIST CONFERENCEThe L. Scott, conductress and re -
On The Sun's Opinion strong, pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, I
Page=== I three states, it is obvious to Annual Conference of the porter. reporter. CORRECTIONThe

those in education bankingand Methodist Church began at Be- Archer Church of .God in program set at the Mt
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot corporate business in thune Cookman College, at Da- PLANS PROGRAMThe Christ Sunday School, 10 Herman Baptist Church will be
exceed 500 Words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Alabama and Mississippi that tona Beach today at 10 a.m. and choral of. LodgeNo. a.m.; morning worship 11:30 June 9 instead of June 7 at 8
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's lasts to with group
intent. meaning or the end of the Wallace-White Sunday Bishop 113 will appear in a pro- a.m. Young People's Willing p.m. a$ was previously an
\ Citizens Council policy is disaster Marquis L. Harris, presiding. gram at the Spring Hill Baptist Workers' Meeting 7 p.m.; and nounced. The program will be
Different View was not aware of any bois- for city jobs in a central lo and defeat. Common During the conference, sever- Church Friday at 8 p.m. Charlie evening worship, 8:30: p.m. Elder -i in behalf of the Women's Home
terous, offensive outbursts.As cation. lets know that in al will Mrs. Ruth
sense us time distinguished persons appear Ross, president; Mrs. P. L. Days, pastor;
JULIAN these two must the in the Jenkins, reporter.Mt. .
Of City Meet for "irrational and down- BROWN states join programs.Rev. Scott, reporter. Mission.fit'tuart'etf
right stupid remarks," I would "A young white supporter" national direction.An W. M. Ferguson, pastor Carmel Baptist Youth
EDITOR, Sun: In reply to appreciate some specific in- examination of the Maryland of Mt. Pleasant Methodist, and Forum today, 7:30 p.m., and i
Patricia Wilkinson's letter strjices. I remember most EditorialInsulted vote bas been made. It also Rev. Damon Del, pastor of PERSONALSMrs. also both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 JEFF BOOTH

addresses as being germaneto reveals that while Gov. Churches, are in attendance. A. B. Frison, of Sanfordwas .will have their rehearsal 8 Jeff Booth, of Trenton, diedin
which appeared in last Wednesday's the discussion. Some were Voters Wallace's support of course combining business and p.m.; and Teachers' Meeting the University Medical Center i
I Sun, I should like Thursday 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A.
embarrassing, as when one included those most disturbedby NOTICE pleasure in Gainesville re Saturday. '
to submit a few personal ob- person asked whether "some EDITOR, Sun: As a citizenof the legislation in the Con- The choral group of LodgeNo. cently. (Mrs. F. D. Shannon, Wright, pastor; Mrs. EstherW. Duncan Brothers, morticians

servations and reactions con- trouble" at the recreation cen- the United States and a gress, it also included many 113 is asked to meet Tues- reporter.) Hamm, reporter. will announce funeral arrange.

cerning the City Commission ter meant gang-war threats, future voter of Alachua Coun- other factions that were day, June 9, at 8 p.m. at the Miss Hattie Wallace and Miss ments later.
1 meeting of May 25. or drunken rowdies, or whites ty, I write this letter to you, grouped about other issues. home of Charlie Ross of 704 Madge Jones, both of Orlando, HIGH SPRINGS NEWS I

The letter seemed to s u vI and Negroes dancing together; to let you know that your The breakdown of the Mary- S.W. 5th Terrace, for rehearsal. were guests here yesterday.Mrs. Conference Successful MRS.: JANE WASHINGTONMrs.

gest that the city commissioners but such questions were also editorial of May 27 was an land vote shows this very Charlie Ross, president; Mrs. P. Mary Andrews returnedto The third Quarterly Confer Jane Washington, a pioneer -
as elected officials to clarify euphemisms. insult, a slap in the face to clearly. L. Scott, reporter. the city yesterday from Phil ence was held at the Allen Chapel citizen of Alachua County, /i'

should somehow be sheltered every citizen of the United SEN. BREWSTER was the adelphia, Pa., following a two- A.M.E. Church with our presiding -died at her home, 501 N. W.
Mayor McKinney suggestedthat States. The biggest insult was stand-in for President week visit with her daughter,
from unpleasant exchanges primary NAACP MEETINGThe Elder, Rev. W. P. Jen- 7th A\e.f Tuesday.
students whose parents of course to the 627,000 Flor- Mrs. Nancy Speed, and other
Johnson. If the Wallace :
with their constituents. Perhaps volunteered to National Association for kins, in charge. Duncan Brothers morticians
superviseat idians who cast their vote for relatives.Mr. .
as stated, the commis- socials the voters were a negative the Advancement of Colored The services began at 6:30 will announce funeral arrange-
were only ones Mayor Burns as their choice and Mrs. Alfonso Edwards
sioners "are people caught in really entitled to public rec- force representing a white People will hold its meeting at p.m. The attendance was good. ments later.
for the next governor of Flor- and son, Joe, all of Albany
the trap of personal prestigeand reation facilities. A memberof "backlash, it would follow the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church The boards and also auxiliaries -
N.Y., arrived in the University -
I social pressures by family the audience suggested as ida.Our that local segregationist can- June 8 at 8 p.m. showed a very successful MRS. MARY ANN THOMPSON
City yesterday as guestsof
I and friends." But this does an alternative that those students country is built on the didates would do as well. Yet This promises to be a very Mrs. Edwards' relatives for conference both spiritually and Funeral services for Mrs.
i I not alter the fact that by running who had no parental principle of majority rules but the facts show that Go-. Wal- important meeting, and the two weeks. financially. Rev. W. P. Jenkins, Mary Ann Thompson of Chief-

I for public office they supervision were the ones your state editorial of Florida implies should that the be lace was the only segrega- members and also interested Miss Mary H. James, of Miami Brown, reporter. land sister of Mrs. Sophronia
committed themselves to air- most in need of public recrea- ruled tionist to do well. Friends are asked to be present. passed through Gainesville Dunbar whose death occurred

'ing the grievances of their tion. The latter proposal may 000 people by a who minority voted for the Mayor 458-,- In Maryland's heavily Dem- Rev. T. A. Wright, president. yesterday en route to visit at ASSEMBLY A SUCCESSThe Monday at 3:30 p.m. will be

I'I constituents. Mayor McKinney I have been debatable, but it High. If this doesn't sound ocratic Fifth District, which the Edward Waters College at Assembly, which was held at Chiefland, Sunda.
acknowledged this commitment was hardly "irrational" or included the strong Wallacearea NOTICESThe Jacksonville. held May 7 at the Church of -

when he said, in reply "downright stupid." know like communism what *it sounds, I want like to? of southern Maryland, choral Group of Juvenile Frank Simmons, of Ocala, the Living God, was very suc- TLMOTHY HAYES

to a question, that couldbe any The commission's decisionto This is where the slap in the there was a Wallace candi- Lodge No. 113 is asked to meetat passed through Gainesville yes-I cessful: Timothy Hayes, of the Mt.
the audience
member of
face to United St ate date for Congress. He ran the home of Mrs. Gussie terday en route to Jacksonville.Mrs. The report is as follows: El- Nebo Settlement, died at his
time. try to limit dancing to twen- every s
recognized at any citizen comes. eighth. He lost by more than Ross, of 704 S.W. 5th Terrace, Isabel Bradley, of N.W. der Jackson of Leesburg reported home Monday after a lingering
ty-five couples was questionedas
The letter also stated that the most practicable solu- The Gainesville Sun needsto four to one to Harvey Machen. Friday at 5:30: p.m. for rehear 8th Street, recently returned $32.00; Elder W. L. Key of illness.

"loud clapping, laughing, catcalls tion for inadequate parental supervision grow a lot to become a Machen is a member of sal. Miss T. M. Fox, president; here from Tampa, where she. Crystal reported, 11.15; Rev.E. j Duncan Brothers, morticians,
irrational and downright :and lack of dancing mature newspaper. It cannot the Maryland legislature. He Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter.The was called because of the illness T. Thomas of Gainesville resorted will announce funeral arrange-
stupid remarks" were space from increased equip admit defeat gracefully but had voted for the state public Juvenile Lodge No. 113 of her daughter whose con-! $35.00; the Heavenly Gos- ments later.

part of the antagonism direct- ment. Alternative suggestionswere instead it has to ridicule the accommodations bill. In pop- is asked to meet Saturday at 3

ed towards the city commis- that volunteers might be people of Florida, who did not ulous Montgomery Countyand p.m. at the home of Mrs. P. L. -
sioners. There was indeed recruited from responsibleadult see fit to vote the way the the rest of the Sixth Dis- Scott, of 614 S.W. 3rd Street. 9 XrTr1yztyr

loud applause, as the crowd groups, and more Gainesville Sun would have trict, Republican Representative The dues are to be paid in
responded with approval to dancing space could be provided liked them to. I only hope that Charles Mathias defeated full at the meeting. Miss A. L.
statements made by.arious by ordering less new the Gainesville Sun will be Brent Bozell who was Simmons, president; Mrs. P. L. ,

persons. Considering the equipment. big enough to see their mis- supported by the Birch-type Scott, reporter.
strong feeling of many in the take, which I hope it was, elements. The Democrats of
audience, applause probably Despite the "vibrancy of Negro and apologize for the nasty insult that district nominated an-
served as an emotional safe- youth and their young they made on the major- other outspoken supporter of .

ty valve. Laughter as a response white supporters," howeVer, ity of Florida's voters.As civil rights, Royce Hanson.IN .
to humorous, ludicrousor most of us felt some gains to the crude terms a lady PRINCE GEORGE'S
incongruous comments also were made; Mr. Acosta has election clerk used, I couldbe County Wallace took 50 per Poetry Upon

helped to ease the tension. I been scheduled for a hearing, I a lot cent of the vote, yet Mary-
don't know what the writer and the commission has cruder.JAMES SMITH land White Citizens Council A Postcard
: means by a "cat-call." but I agreed to post qualifications Micanopy president came in last 1ft
I among 23 candidates for the (c) New York Times .-" .... '
; POTOMAC FEVERBy Democratic State Convention WASHINGTON Sargent u i +i11. 3YwF
from that
1 county. Winning Shriver, director ,of the President's (
candidates to the state meet-
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau attack on poverty gota
were mainly followers of card the other day from a

Henry Ford II says he'll vote for President Johnson against anybody. And strong civil rights candidate woman in Georgetown,. Ken- 9 k v ti 4
why not Who risked his life to show how fast you can go in a Continental? Joseph Tydings, who won an tucky. Shriver had inspired a I Ir

upset victory for the Democratic visit by the muse and this
Congress will make another -tab at passing the bill to raise its own pay. In nomination for the U.S. was on her card: r.
the war with poverty the main thing is to keep the enemy from infiltrating.Lady Senate.In .
other words, there was Poverty rapped on my front

Bird found real poverty on her trip to Kentucky Up in those moun no convincing evidence of the door

tains they're so poor the poverty pockets have holes in them. backlash at the local grass Til r couldn't stand it any-

roots level There were many more. ConIC On In The Water's
Newsmen gave LBJ a pair of silver spurs at a dinner in his honor. Reaction elements in the Wallace vote. .
fet Congress: "You mean he hasn't been And then I said, "begone,
wearing spurs up to now? He is not becoming a Southern
cool. A last
you conniver, popular place weekend was the Gainesville Recreation Department .
"leader. Lyndon Johnson's Swimming Pool at Lincoln High School playground when it opened for
Rocky says Barry is not in the
These kids better get together before Republican mainstream. Barry says he is too. honest, common sense Or youTI get punched by the summer. The pool will be open from 2.5 P.M. daily. Admission is 15 cents fat
somebody drowns. leadership grows stronger. Sargent Shriver." children and 35 cents for adults. Andrew Nickel is pool director, .

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278 Youths- I tem oriented toward someone

ACE Claims Universities Forget Vocational Needs I else's college degree rather"
'than their own work needs. he

Sigh For... '* 6- I wrote.
Sfrro dark dimra I cation system is almost tola' v million skilled workers, the' school, fail to enter college or of 100,000 new technicians for ministrator and director field 'In an independent confirmation

Swim Class NEW YORKFailure of the geared to the aims and in' dy said. It places much of drop out of college without a science and engineering fields training for the Peace Corps.He I of the report's demands,
ation's colleges and universies ests of the college preparat i blame on the emphasis and degree '- enter the modern alone, the educational system warned that the great number another document called the
: to respond to modern vo- students and thus neglects i stige given ,to "the college technological world "unequipped -must triple its present efforts. of young people who are re- junior colleges the most logical
r Two-hundred seventy-eigl ational needs has led to the' great majority of youths. T k" in the schools which con- with the tools they need By 1970 the'' technical, highly pelled by the college domi- means of closing the gap between
boys and girls registered for th imultaneous threat of disas- report calls on higher edr ntrates attention on about 20r for survival," the study' went skilled occupations will accountfor nated education system shouldbe youth unemployment and
second; annual Gainesville Sun- and tion to take immediate steps cent of the students those more than half of all job opportunities considered "push outs" undereducated youth.
rous youth unemployment
Boys' Club Learn to Swim pre ritical manpower shortages assure an adequate supply ho complete college. I I on.Entitled "Man, Education! and it said. rather than "drop outs." They The study was published by
gram. Registration closed Mon according to a warning by the technical and highly skill The other 80 per centthoseho I Work," the study said that in Dr. Grant Venn, author of I should be thought of as the victims the American Association of
day, and the program is set tc American Council on Education.In manpower below the bachelo / either drop out of high order to meet the minimum goal the study, is a former school ad of "an educational sys- Junior Colleges., .
begin'at 8 ajn. Thursday. II level -- ---
v -mmm ; *- 7 of The is confronted b
a 184- page study post- country ;
Foy Stephens, University oJ high school vocational and technical the paradox of four to fiv
Florida professor and Carol education, the ACE million persons unemployedwhile
Estates.pool manager will head charges that the American edu-: there are job openings for
the program. '

Sessions are scheduled 8 Aircraft Carrier Collides ALWAYS RRST QUALITY
8.m.8:4S'and 9:45.'C1 sses are

scheduled June 4th and 6th,

June J, through 13th. With Norwegian VesselNORFOLK SAVE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT AT PENNEY'S

Last registrants 'were as follows -

: Va. (AP) The superstructure was damaged I .
aircraft carrier Lake Champlain I,I heavily.The STURDY FULLSIZECRIB
Andrea,E. Stevens, Darrel E. I
and! the Norwegian motor vessel Lake Champlain was
Stevens Kenneth
Roper, Gre-
collided in dense
Skauvaag bound to Annapolis to take
gory Webb Jerry Wyman Steve I
fog in Chesapeake Bay before' aboard U.S. Naval Academy
Wyman David McMillan, Jessie dawn today. I' midshipmen for their annual
McMillan, Kent Walker, Greg
cruise to northern Eu
Griner, Marianne E. Spann, Atlantic Fleet headquarterssaid 1988
Bruce Michaels, Donna liar- no injuries were reportedon rope. MJ IfV

graves, William Hughes, Linda either ship.
Anne Florida Citrus Durability, comfort, convenience
Hughes; Ann He-
dick, Brenda Kidwell, Billi Kid- Fire broke out in two of theChamplain's ,, ,. I ,. and handsome design at
hangar deck bays, v> :;: :> ? Penney's price. You get Ponderosa -
well Stephen Yankey Ricky Board Elects r' : ::: 'a: >;.ov
Yankey, Sandra Johnson, Wayne but were put out in 45 minutes. h.i :::>.' > >< 'S'. ', pine construction with '

Johnson Susie Johnson, Both ships were damaged in: LAKELAND (AP-Joe) W. 1 plastic teething rails on all
four sides double sides
the collision, which occurred 32: "C drop
Michael of Wabasso was elected r
Roger Kennedy, Ed Kennedy, t r full length foot panel spring
miles south of Annapolis Mid., Tuesday to the Florida Citrus -1
Tim Martin, Ken Martin, George : : length head panel. 2" lucite
near Patuxent River, Md. Mutual board of directors for
Sheffer, Nancy Gregory, Michael casters and p three-position
the Indian River area. He suc-
The Champlain reported she aCr adjustable spring.
Gregory, Mark Heber, ytr
ceeds his father, the late A. B.
Dee White Penni! White Joe had no underwater damage. The if
Michael, a founder of the big co vi:iY: yas INNERSPRINGMATTRESS
to the Champlain
Prie, Jr., Betty Prie Billy Skauvaag reported operative.
that she needed no assist
Markham Cheryl Markham Indian River area membersreelected .
Tuss Salagar, Bobby Lamer, ance. J. J. Parrish Jr., Ti- -V
Donan Shields, Mirhe Harrell, On May 6, the Lake Champlain tusville and J. R. Graves, Vero

Donnie Pelt Trudie Pelt, Susan and the destroyer Decatur Beach. << /'' / /-.T'V I \) 6 88 .
Potter,'Chuck Blackwelder, Jim collided 140 miles east of Cape Other citrus areas held elections IcAji: : 'S.-c A \ ? y,

my Mitchell, Ralph McDowell, Henry. There were no injurieson last month. The new board .. ;/
Bob McDowell, David McCann, either ship but the Decatur's will be seated June 16. f h '
> .,. 42 coil unit with cotton felt
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John McCann, Lee Danny (
Jimmy Y<: .. fill, and fiberboard insulation.
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Markham, Marcia DuPree TROr n.5ti; WaterSTRETCH TERRY

Elliott Sheffield, David'Redding.. :I-: '"' '" .- ;.wry Tuftless repellent construction.vinyl and woven cotSUNSUITS FOR

Tommy Redding, Deberah Shef- "- ton print cover. Vent border.
field.. : -ry'- ; s A real nneYVQlue! YOUR INFANTS

Kathy Bogle, Tommy Bogle, r & IT FOLDS !
Dean Sparks, Robert Griffis, Special! 88
Mike Harlem, Becky Harlen r STROLLER
Dennis Jones, Micheal Jones,'
David Burtlex, Gay Combs, Susan Breeze cooled one-

Cunha, Roger Martin, Ben 88
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Martin, Steve Martin, Brenda "* *
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Woodard Debbie Holcomb, Mike
Isaac. Randy Combs, Joyce <. to care for- ;i.. \ Full sire wheel base chrome-
Hurd, Mike Martin Billy Owen. d' { ,;." ; age. White pink or blue
Gay Slimak Phillip Slimak s .s plated steel tray, fringed con- ::
;, Tube steel frame wireIa to 2. ..
Bobby Sloan, Mark Sausman,Ir.j opy.
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Dennis Sullivan, Keith Craig 4ki so'.i 1 foot and back-rests. Foam
Danny Christ Douglas Smith, (' padded seat for comfort. _:
Billy Warner, Louisa Mauldin
Phillip Whittington George Oye- t
narte, Alice Oyenarte, Barbara '

Brown,. Robbie Gould Bonnie .. ,
I Shirley. Harry Shirley. Willard 4 z v i

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- On 1 Rights f I Airy For at Summer savings!

WASHINGTON '(AP) Both 1 itl Lovely cottons galore in prints, solids! '
sides shifted tactics today in the
Senate's. civil rights debate. j Textured Weaves to please everyone In this sav wz.

: T ings-packed selection! Embossings, yam i
Southerners stood by, saying Solid InWhite
they were ready to rote on dyes, textures Ever laze, novelties, ,., .>. I
some amendments, while the ..b GoldChampagne more print, solids in the choicest ''
measure's backers took up the .r: colors! Machine wash 'n wear little or "

speaking chores. no iron! OUR BOSSANOVA AREA RUGS24"x45" .

Dixie senators called this a 63 % Rayon' "

"counter-filibuster.:' But Senate 2 $7 $7
37 % Acetate 3'xS'
leaders said the change of heart rIl. h for

came too, late, that all of their Size : 48"x84" 7c .
plans now were centered on the i YARD Transform rooms into something very special
cloture vote set for next Tues- "- with these lively.. lighteorted rugs that scat .,
day.If. i 2 5 00 ter about anywhere you wont! Neutral cool!
the bill's supporters muster 1 pair or warm toned viscose rayon pile that's ,.
the necessary two-thirds vote 'I backed with latex sprayed cotton duck, taper -
for cloture, all further debate all 'round! 'Incredible low price! .
will be limited tightly and lead- I

ers are confident the bill then I ,MSS.f .
can be passed by the.:third week -e. t
in June.. '
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"I have confidence in the action -- --- --
that the Senate will take"
President Johnson told
a news
conference Tuesday. "I believeit
will pass a good,bill. ? ; a .
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The *>Southerners, who have t -
u tieitAmerica's *i iiMti J i. .r ......
prevented voting on the bill except ktjW: ; ** r- C ..
on two of the 69 days of
i! debate so far, decided on their \w fr't rri j I \Ji\\\ .4' ....

change of strategy at a caucus ......
Tuesday.But : ::L \ } ,i. ; %j I

when their leader Sen. A L .,/. I
Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., an- .

nounced octane Leader this on Mike the floor Mansfield, Dem !I ir ___ } I I 1 'i \ I ? )14 's\ t .::.

Df Montana aid he saw no possibility yHS

,of "arranging votes this (
week now.Mansfield. !
'said that the bill's ,
sponsors would need considerable .
time to explain the revised ,
version which Senate leaders : t
expect "to win the votes needed'for I 3 PAIR SPECIAL SPECIAL!

Assistant Democratic Leader LargestJ MEN GET EXTRA BIG SAVINGS J' "
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sota, the bill's floor manager, 6 Year Old
told newsmen he would lead off i i Selling I Sixes 2 to 7 Size 3 to (x ftftl o.

with a' speech explaining the 2 $5 fixes 2 4
to OO
substitute Republican in detail Leader today.Everett I A rr ,.I+y Kentucky Bourbon I 1 for' 3 for 199 122eoch ..

I M. Dirksen of Illinois, chief.author ----- .. i Great way to ward off heat at a lower So little' to spend for so much fun flare and ,
:of the revised bill, had, Penney cost! Colorful woven plaids and lively $ft-, m up! They're Such a tiny price formachinewashable wear. Cute "toddler" styling. They're ma- ... ,
plannedto do this.but was ill|h solids stay bright :'n fresh after each tar -J to lost look.bt- sets. chine-washable: to Penney's rigid spec i- "
with a heavy:cold and deferred'h 'I washing! Styled in popular university grad ter in lively' plaids; crisp Prints solids. Assorted fications. Fit well, keep their shape. Choose. '
and colors in
seersucker durable fine weaves
cpe+ch. Mansfield. co-spon f 't'_ ( '. \ 'n. continental models! Choose all your favorites line gob Grab on arm quality combed cotton. blouses, crop tops, shorts Jamaicas to mixand 4-
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Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 3, 1964
t. Coast Guard Johnson wm administer the
oath of allegiance to the 109 ;
JV.Y. Police on Overtime Toilalt Hoodlum Attacks Grads To + graduates and hand eaCh iZadet
his commisiop; ; :3?:a. boast
:t Hear JohnsonNEW Guard officer.
NEW YORK (AP) Nearly ert F. Wagner who said: "I r terrorized. robbed and beat way trains. One Manhattan sub- Civil rights leaders have deplored that within two days 500 city
1,000 policemen soon will be[am determined we are going to whites. way line is expected to get sucha the attacks, but say'frustration -patrolmen would be assigned to President LONDON Johnson, Conn.addresses78th (AP- will After,drive.tosea the ceremony JoGi Johnson:>ton, I..
patrolling New York City's have law and order in this city Wagner also ordered all 20- system in four to six months. of Negroes in their the streets and 200 transit police graduating class of the where r heTnjrtourJhe' El&tric
streets and subways on an over- of.ours." 000 patrolmen to wear their uni Wagner expressed concern search for adequate education, to the subways, both groupson Coast Guard Academy, the na Boat Division of General Dynamics
time basis in a campaign to halt The order came two days after forms to and from work. Most over the anti-white rampages of I employment and housing is re overtime. tion's smallest service school, Corp. There he will lay- the
attacks Negro hoodlums on travel by subway.He I sponsible. Each the force today. keel of a nuclear.submarine,the
bjr the Memorial Day weekend Negro gangs, but he added: I patrolman on ,
whites. "- Only one president has yet unnamed SSNfiSO Tjia ceremony
hooliganism on four subway ordered a speed-up in the''"There are other gangs in the I Wagner met with police and will be required to work an ex visited the campus by the involves ,burning. his initials i- 1 t.
The additional patrols were trains and a Staten Island ferry -installation of an experimental city besides Negro and Puerto Transit Authority officials for tra eight-hour tour'from 6 a.m. Thames River. President Harry into the keel with a welding
ordered Tuesday by Mayor Rob- Bands of Negro teen-agers two-way radio network in sub-'Rican; there are white gangs." an hour and then announced to 2 a.m. every 20 days. S. Truman said a call in 1952. torch. J

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4j'jj0ns to .Stress j

,v.W 'Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Allgood Brand Sugar CuredCH'UCK
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Increased Wages s ash 0x

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Labor? 'unions 'are concentrating 1.9 million workers terminatein SLICE

on,getting a larger share ofcorporate 1964, according to Bureau of

profits this year rath- Labor Statistics. Labor agree- 's''t
er than'demanding more job ments covering nearly 1 million

'security and a reduction of unemployment workers have reopening clauses

.. University! of that bring these agreements

:Floridaeconomicsurvey 're1 back to the bargaining table for BACON

.ports. .. .. v reconsideration this year, the ROAST

The report; published in 'the author 'says.A.wide .

:current issue of Economic Leaflets : range of industries .

says the unions are motivated have'contracts that are expiring

by the record profitsIncorporates : or have wage reopeners 'Xi, dwy!
ark expected to show,I that must be met in 1964, Bangs ': :; 1-Lb.
)his:2ear. "! points,out These :include construction I Bone, 1 In" _'.. : .

.. About l :::miljioq;employees) grocery chains, meat :LB. 37c Pkg. .e- 39c(2lb.
:in j the United States'know they packing; farm_ machinery, aircraft .. I . .

Iwill receive.;pays increases. in glass, paper, shoes, ,tex .
:3965,:Jfce survey sbo fs. Theseare tiles, ;apparel, communications, pkg. 77c) .
based on long-:term con- food processing, and railroads. so&bl PLAID ,

,tractv mainly negotiated in "Job security demands, such t e STAMPS ,i
3963 calling for automatic in- as a shorter work week, in-

:creaMs each year. creases in supplemental unemployment With this coupon and purchase ,of ; .

.* The union with a built-in Increase benefits, and compensation I Mel-o-bit or Swiss Sliced American, Pimento ;t "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

whose contract does for employees displacedby .
not expire and which has no automation, will still be in Coupon ,
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Automatic increase. I The objective of the unions is Bone In

However, says John R.Bangs, to force employers to hire :: CHUCK STEAK 45c

who conducted the, survey, the .more workers, rather than pay e LB."SUPERRIGHT" .
union bargaining for more money the increased costs of overtime

will use this figure as a base ,operation, the survey indicates. ,
and bargain upward. Employers allegedly prefer 50

L. Bangs a professor of industrial -to pay the present overtime II
With this coupon and i HEAVY WESTERN BEEF RIB STEAK OR
and personnel relations. costs of $.45 to $1.00 per hour Pickle Patch Hamburger itet

The millions of white collar rather than hire more workers Dills 1-qt.

workers, both organized and unorganized -I entitled to the "fringe benefits"of Coupon good llj..r; ; ?.7Jax.

will find their wages insurance vacations, unemployment I I ne InLB.

affected by this automatic in pensions, and holidays : 'ROAST'BD

crease. "In view of the excel- ,the report notes. Double 1 RIB 69c

lent business 'statements it pay for overtime work will be a i .

looks as though many workers frequent,' demand this year, .
will demand.(and may receive) Bangs predicts.
Increases beyond the automatic "Bargaining will be tough on i &\II PLAID :
50 : Super Right' Lean Freshly Super Right Center Cut Smoked '
figure, Bangs says. both sides of the table, he STAMPS '

Labor contracts for a total of says.ISEEby With- this coupon and purchase of .',-;:' G r'n d Beef. 3-ib. Pkg. 1 1.17 Pork Chops lb. 69c "SUPERe -RIGHT" FRONT QUARTER

Jane Parker Light Tender : Freezer Beef Sale!

J Angel Food : Super Right Beef Shoulder Copeland Delicious StickBraunsweiger
I Cake... 1-lb. 1-oz.49c eI '
Coupon good through Sunday June 7. i Arm Roast bone m. lb. 55 C . lb. 39c ISO to 175-lb. Avg. Whole
Jax. e-4-64
I Front Ib. 35
Qtr.. e .

.e.. .. _.._ -j Super Right Beef Shoulder Quick Frozen
r.- ------------ ---- ------- ,.
t : Swiss Steak 79C Whiting. 19C 80 to 100lb. Arg. Whole '
-i Boneless Ib. Headless lb.
I .the SUN'ALACHUA I Beef Chuck Ib. 35
i "iI I. Co a'n John's FrozenHaddock .. .
._. t 25 1- PLAIDSTAMPS Meaty Beef

i J Short Ribs 29cSuper 49c 25 to 30-Jb. Avf. 10 Inch ,Cut Whole
ll . . lb. Fillets lb. Pkg.
.- GENERAL almost a' mile west of Gainesville ,: With Instant this coupon Chocolate and purchase Flavored ofA&P II: Beef Rib a e eI Ib.I 59'

May 31, 14 on SR 24.Breaking 'I 13 450Zpkg.. i = Right Beef Cap'n Johns Frozen French Fried

;., BIRTHS and EnteringThe I Drink .................... 35c ; Plate Stew . ib. 15c F-Ish i Sticks 3 10-oz. pkgs. .1 .00 CUT & WRAPPED FOR YOUR
June 7
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Rob- following attempted or Coupon good through Sunday. I
inson 507 NW 4th,Place a girl. successful breakins Jax. 4444 II: FREEZER AT NO
were reported I : Super Right Lean Ground Quick Frozen
ADMITTED within the past 24 hours: .. ADDITIONAL CHARGE

": Johnie Ellis Jr., Fannie C. Chandlers Hamburgers, NW ..----- :=-- :=:---.------ =::: Beef Chuck . .Ib. 59c Headless Shrimp lb. 79c

Reavis. Lucille D. McKinney, 13th SL Access attempted at :
Marion A, both front and rear of store. I
Francis D. Taylor
Abrams, Carol, Mull, Helen S. The home of Manuel Reese, I_ 8 PLAID :; SPECIAL! ANN PAGE REALLY FINEMAYONNAISE.

Chadwick, Florence Burns, Patrick 616 SE 13th St. Access gainedby IiiI 'STAMPS t tI

E. GlUm, John Terry Lang. cutting rear porch screen,
Edward Collins, all ands fa pennies and food miss I With this 'coupon and purchase of ;
ford, Ray
ing. Ann Page OderVinegar ,
of Gaineaville.CorGof Miller-. Brown Motors, 1030 I I qt bottle 25c 1 Quart C
Gainesville Cora B. Graham
E. Univ. Ave. Access gained Coupon good through Sunday June 7 Jar 45
I Jax..t-4-M
Micanopy; Thomas F. Clim _
through window, nothing immediately .
Wanda E. GibSon
iOn, Mkanopy; discovered missing.
Alachua; James W. Porter, Fire Calls t!! ___________________________:.1 ?-.

Micanopy Fla; Bruce L. R.Jasper Bishop At 11:45 a.m. yesterday, nursing r r:9. i SPECIAL! DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING HALVES OR SLICED
Alachua, ; Dorothy home Rt. 4. :

; Cedar Key; Henry C. Scott, :At 12:14 ajn. this morning, I I!" ,- PLAID
Archer; Carol W. "Ertfe, High false alarm at NW 4th St. and I fIV e Or

Springs.; DISCHARGED 5th At Ave.3:31 p.m. yesterday, tractor .I With thisLowcouponLand STAMPS purchase ,of 's ,PEACHES FruitCocktail' 4 Mb.. 99

K'James MUlsaps, Virginia L on 1-75 off Newberry Road. I Vi gol. ctn. ; : Cans'
'Lemonade 35c
Combs,Thelma May men, Twite a
CALL FOR aiDS I i Coupon good through Sunday June 7 ; .
D. Lewis, Mary E. Knight Sealed bids win be received by tilt t Jax. -
Board of Control until 2:00 P.M. Wed
Paul Jansen, Bessie A. Harmer, nesday. June 2UN In Room 121 t
Minnie Alexander, James W of the Law Building at the Universityof i --- i Special! Jane Parker Delicious Special! Victory Brand Chicken of the Sea Ught Meat Chunk
Florida Gainesville Florida at which
Sowell Inez Simpson, Leo A time be publicly and place opened all and bids read received aloud will for Blueberry Pie 1-lb. 8oz. ea. 49C Cream Cheese 8oz. pkg. 29C Tuna 3 6Vz-oz. cans 1.00
Phillips, Thira M. Holey .and furnishing all materials, end labor fort .

son, William R. Hines. Teresa PROJECT construction: General aft Classroom Building Special! Jane Parker Luscious Everyday Low Price! White House Evop. Special! Hills Regulor Diet
M. Cobb, Andrew Clark, Gladys For The University ef Florida JANE PARKER WHITE ENRICHED
A. Rogers, Olif F. Dowing., AMOUNT DEPOSIT OF FOR BIO PLANS DEPOSIT AND: SPECIFICATIONS 153.000.00 Pineapple Pie Mb. 8-oz. ea. 39C Milk 3 13 fluid oz. cans 39C Dog Food 6 1-lb. cans 99C
: $40.00
POLICE FIRE REPORT Bidders sending bids toy malt should
address them to D. Nell Webb Zone ThoroBlendBREAD
Accident Roundup Architect. Board of Control coo Dr. J.
Wayne Reltz., President. University of
H Involved in accidents reportedby Florida Gainesville, Florida. Bids If
mailed should be delivered to the above
the Gainesville Police Department address not later than one hour before 1 FRESH
and Alachua County Md opening. FRESH GOLDEN SWEET
All work "'all'be done In'accordance
Sheriff's office,I in the past 24 with the drawings and specifications. ti l
prepared by Hardwick and LM In association
hours were: ; with Forrest M. Kelley Jr.. r C'LOPES
"'Emory.Dean Nettles. 1947 NW|IArctllect to the Board of Control. Work COR N
shall be In accordance with contract
31st Place, in-: the 1700 block dfiW documents pertaining thereto which REG. SLICED. THIN SLICED OR '
ewlngs specifications and other con
Place at
31st p.m. yes tract _documents may be, secured or
terday. examined by contacting D. Nell Webb. EXTRA THIN SLICED Sandwich Loaf
;Rod ArkeD, 3708 NW 16th Inc Zone E.Architect.University Board of of,Florida Control Gaines Build-

Blvd., and Joel Lee McCoy, vIII.. 3 FOR 97
4 29
General contractors may secure drawings .
1523 NW 14th Ave. In the 1200 and specifications.for a deposit of FOR

block of NW .16th Ave. at 7:35 $40.00 per contractor.per set wills The cost a limit of each of two set sets will 1 % LB. 25' '

p.m. yesterday. be refunded to the Bidder upon Ms ,.- LOAF -
turn ef the documents to the Archi
:Ruth Gffley Smith, 310 NW tect's office at above address. In roes:
34th Drive, and Nancy Lynn deration hereinafter of referred the Bidder's to. agreement

Allen Sweazie, 216 SE 17th Ave. General contractors a ubcantractors
material dealers and ether Interested Y FRESH LUSCIOUS, CALIF.STRAWBERRIES.
in the first b1ock'of NE 8th parties may secure full or partial sets \
Ave.,at 5:11 yesterday. ef plans end specifications by paying
pm. tha printing and handling costs of plansat
.A parked auto owned by John the rate ef SUM per sheet cost not 3 Pint 100
refundable end depositing the sum of
Franklin Nelson, 25&C Fla. 3, $10.00 for specifications whJcti cost Is urt BtkH
struck by an unknown vehicle refundable upon return of the spedfI-
carton In good condition WITHIN 14 c.
In the 900 block of NW Second DAYS AFTER BID DATE.
Each bid must be submitted In strict FRESH
St. at yesterday. e
accordance with"' the Proposal Form fully a
James,Span, Archer and Robert completed, which Proposal Form wtfl tV!
be shows In the specifications.
.Donald Martin, 201>> SE 13th IF ANY GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Ave., at XU yesterday at FAILS TO SUBMIT A tOHA. flOK
SW Fourth Ave. and Sixth St. FORFEITED. I BLUEBERRIES pint37c
Each bM shall be accompanied by e :
Reba Melson. Starke Certified Cashier's. Treasurers Check s ,
parked auto was struck by an or Bank Draft. an any National orState
Bank. Certified checks shall have
unknown driver at the GainerMUe State Documentary Stamps attached. : : :.. .
Checks shan be made payable to tJt
Shopping Center ParkingLot BOARD OF CONTROL hi the sum ef a
at 1:50 p.m. yesterday. SSXOtt.00 as a gverantoe and with an Q
agreement that the Bidder will not
revoke G .
Phyllis Perry 915 NE 11th or cancel his tide, or withdraw O ,
Ave-, and James R. Hylton, 701 from the competition for a period efM 4 l
days after the opening ef bids SPECIAL! White House Instant Nonfat save Only a laid'
NW 31st Ave., at 23rd Blvd. andNW'l3th and that In the event the contract Isawarded Jt
to the Bidder he will within t'/NG ? :Get Fin Qifts Faster
St. at 11:50 un. yes- 10 consocvttve calendar days after It Is / ,
'submitted enter Into written contract DRY MILK 12 79
terday. ,
with the Board of Control In accordance IthE CUAX AJUNTJC i P AOriC HA COMPANY, SMC
*Chester T. Butterfield 123 with me accepted bid. and give Pkg.
to the Board of Control a contract performance
NWOlth Rd., and Ema J. Flowers and payment surety bend with
404 NE Fourth Ave., In the good and sufficient sureties satisfactory 1 1 1 ,
to the Board of Jif Peanut 1-lb. 2-oz. __
Control to the amount 1.15./8-oz.
Dixie Lily
TOO block -of N. Main St. at of 1 :
H:11 a.m...yesterday. The iiesgntuthe to accepted Is bid.avcerporated CHOCOLAfE ALL HEINZ VEGE. VARIETIES Butter .......... jar 63c Grits ......., pkg. 20c '
the :
Proposal Farm. The
I CW: .F.-.P ,.RL 1, and cast ef the bond enaU ba Included M ,Blue Plate. Quart Jar Nabisco iti_ 12.-0%., 601 S.W. 2ND ,AVE. ..

J. C.1.RIUH1gh, Springs, In the a Bidder's part ef the qualifications Bidders base must bid.be sattsfactory QuikMb. Soup Mayonnaise. .... 61c Crackers. .... pkg. 31 c Close Moo. Thru Wed. 7 p.m. :
TOO block ,of-E. 'Univ. Ave. at to the Beard of CaotroL The .
Beard of Control reserves the right to ,Miracle 1-lb. carton dose Thurs. and Fri. 8 p.m.
U:01.a jnv yesterday. waive Informalities Libby Sweet g-oz. j jar
hi any bid e rated Close Sot 7
LJoaar: ,Rocker, Canard, 1617. bid any and or such an alternates bids or_to that accept In any ttt can 45C 2for31C, /Margarine ........ 31c Relish| 9-oz. jar 21, .c Price In this p.m.Atfverflsefnent Is goon t

KW_.1Itli.Ter., .and'.Elizabeth:; ludgment win be tor the best Inter fwoueII Sunday. June 7 ..
sets of the
State ef Florida.
Ch rWkeahrough, 1024 Plane and saacMtcafloM will ba swadcity REFILL FOR CHASE and SANBORNInstant' KRAFT (with Meat Sauce) ALL HEINZ MEAT VARIETIES RITZ FROZEN FOR COOKIES OR SALADS .
NE Fifth Stoat NE Eighth Ave. by. and all... Questions relative to '

yesterday.tMN a fed Seventh. St. at 1:14 a.m. Webb versify bidding telephone Zone of shall. number FtorUa Architect.be ,directed Gainesville Vt&tt.Building to Extension O.E Florida. un Nell Dixie Cups 6-02 jar Coffee 10-oz. Jar Spaghetti Soup Pie Shells Wesson QI.!: ;

212. -
Louise Rowe Archer

add .Beatrice Robertson: Roop,, bOARD By: DR.OF J.CONTROL B. CULPEPPER 50 ct. 5-or pkg. 35c' 1.10 1.59 l- b. 3%-o%. pkg. 45C 2 for, 37 C pkg. of 2 39C 1-, t. 8-oz. bot. O/C '

ii,1 NW 17th Ter. ywterdty, l34)Executive fj/i O Secretary

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: 10 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 3, 1964
: -,111I1 011 II 1111IIIII ............."... .........1 Anniversary 1

J L:. Brides' I- Women Wed/ I.I I.! Tea ID\ o Offl t flhni TK f fffl1LY I Y YRuth Dinner GivenMr.

Party and Mrs. Don Webster of

Book I Weimer Women's Editor Jacksonville were guests of the

latter's aunt, Mrs.,George Elam

., ..,..FRIDAY, June 5 I To Power GivenMiss BPW To Entertain Evans at her home on Santa Fe
+ Rehearsal dinner honoring I i NicaraguanSenorita Lake recently.The

: Miss Carolyn Ridgell and 1 Jean Thrasher, whose Websters, who were married
tS their son, Charlton Bradford Rickman will
wedding Wayne Laurel Tom of Puerto Miss Tom, a 24-year English- conduct at Colegio Maravo for last summer at the Evans'
Daniel Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. (EDITORS NOTE: Every day, chapter by chapter, the be solemnized on July 12, was I
-- B. Daniel, hosts, Primrose American press chronicles the story of Claudia Taylor Johnson honored with a tea on Sunday Cabezas, Nicaragua, has been speaking graduate of Colegio the past five years. Her fatheris lake home, were_ honored withan
named by the Hemispheric Maravo, Bluefields, is principalof : supervisor of an American-
Z helpmeet of unequivocably the world's .most influentialman afternoon by Mrs. Cecil Love anniversary dinner by Mrs.
Inn.Rehearsal Friendship Committee of the Colegio Maravo, a secondary owned firm in Puerto Cabezas.
dinner honoring Lyndon B. Johnson, President of these United States.It and Mrs. R. W. Mixson at the Evans;
Z Miss Gayle Cross and their is the way of this nation and its people to live vicariously Mixson home. National Business and Profes-r school in her.home town. She I The Florida BPW Federationhas
Jr. in her positionin sional Women's Club organization has taught Spanish, history, Assisting\ the hostess in. the
: son, Caspar Rappenecker the experiences of the great lady unique Mrs. Vera Jenkins, Mrs. Tra- scheduled a visit for Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Rappe- the White House as wife mother, as well as voice and vis Loften, Mrs. J. L. Carter, to visit Florida this year. English, and social and moral 'Tom with the Gainesville BPW courtesies was her 'sister and

: necker, Holiday Inn. inspiration for many American wives and mothers in less and Mrs. A. T. Fletcher greeted Club today through Friday. Her the bride's mother, Mrs. 'Harold
M Kitchen shower honoring awesome abodes. at the door and interest in cultural
guests Mrs.T. I visiting a Webster of Jacksonville.
Z Miss Dorothy Tyre, fiancee But seldom do' we in America, nor do their own peoplefor C. Graham, Mrs. R. H. Eng- Commencement CalendarTODAY center of the state was conducive -
of Herman Saatkamp Jr. of that matter, see much, of or read much about' the First lish, Mrs. J. B. Carmichael, and to her acceptance for the Guests included Mr. and..Mrs.J. .
Z Knoxville, 8 p.m. Mrs. R. H. Ladies of other countries. Mrs. Coy Thomas introduced June 3 visit to the Gainesville Club.A Milton Brownlee, and Mr.
Carstens Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Who these women behind the powerful men GHS
are gossamer guests to the line. Graduation Ceremonies, UF Gym, 8 p.m. and Mrs. Harold Frankenburgand
Videon, 528 NW 36th Terrace. on international thrones? What influences do they bring to Reception, GHS Mall, 10 to 11 p.m. well-filled program has been
SATURDAY Jane 6 bear on these men? Receiving guests with the Dance, 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.; breakfast at 1:30 a.m.; swim arranged during her stay. Hodges Harrell all of Jack-
: Today, Lady Elizabeth Douglas-Home is presented. Thisis hostesses were the honoree and party, 3 to 5 a.m., all at the Faculty Club, Newberry Road, sonville. _
Wedding rehearsal dinner one of a series of seven profiles of silent uncrowned her mother, Mrs. B. E. Thrasher. sponsored by Senior parents. She will be the houseguest of
Z complimenting Miss Judith queens. You will note they have many common characteristics SUNDAY, June 7 Miss Noele Perez, in whose I Thinking of A
Diane Tucker and their son, of white carnationswere home an informal reception Isl,
devotion to Are Corsages
them piety family.
; among shyness PKY"Baccalaureate, School Auditorium, 4 p.m. New Refrigerator
Z William Dale Arnett, Mr. and scheduled Friday evening.A I
these similarities a coincidence or indications of the womanly presented to the bridetobe WEDNESDAY, June 10
-Z NW Mrs.Third William T. Arnett, 2105 qualities sought by men who eventually dominate their and her mother by the host- PKY Senior Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6 p.m. tour of the Sunland Train ,

Place.of Miss people? You decide.Lady esses, who also gave Miss Graduation Ceremonies, School Auditorium, 8 p.m. Recep- ing Center, a trip to Silver I .
Z Wedding Carolyn Thrasher a gift of silver in her
tion following, School Patio.Prewedding. See The One That
Rose Ridgell, daughter of Mr. Springs, a visit to the Waldo
chosen pattern.
elementary school, and a Chamber Makes It's Own Ice
:Z and Mrs. Tommy Ridgell, and Pink roses in a silver bowl
Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr., Douglas-Home of Commerce conducted tour
and silver candelabrum hold-
Z son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. ing white a tapers centered the Parties of the city have been planned fur iw' .-. ,-. ,
Daniel, 5 p.m., St. Augustine Thursday.On .
table, where Mrs. William L.
Z Chapel. Lowry, Mrs. Holt Howard, Mrs. Saturday, the visitor will
Wedding of Miss Gayle leave for Cape Kennedy before ICE MAKER
Robert Davis, and Miss Dianne
Z Cross, daughter of Mr. and Turney presided at the punch Fete Gayle CrossContinuing going on to Tampa to attend from $268.88
: Cross, daughter of Mr. and the State Convention of the
bowl. I
Z Mrs. James Emory Cross, Florida B&PW June 11 to 14.
Z :and Caspar Rappenecker Jr., i'wxao.. Arrangements of hydrangea, the round of bridal The
and was carried out in the appoint- A reception at the UF Inter-
chrysanthemems were
son of Mr. and Mrs. Caspar S'. decorations used courtesies for Miss Gayle Cross, ments. national Center has also been Store
throughoutthe Variety
3 Jlappenecker, 7 p.m., First house. bride elect of Caspar Rappen- Refreshments were served arranged with a guided tour of

Presbyterian Church. Recep- rr Others assisting were Mrs. Pat ecker Jr., Mrs. C. M. Sipprellof from a table laid :with a blue the campus by a group of for 7 S.E. let Ave.
Z lion following at the Holiday ; Phone FR 2-4084
w Inn McCormick, Mrs. E. B. Sapp, Melrose and her daughter, I cloth with blue hydrangeas and eign students Friday morning.
H. B. Helms Mrs. J. F. Mrs. Pat Warren of Gainesville, silver candelabra holding blue
Z Coffee honoring Miss Christina Mrs. ,
Carlisle, fiancee of _4aL-; Wyche and Miss Linda Love. entertained recently with a des-I tapers at either side.A RONCO OFFERS YOU BIG SAVINGS
sert party at the Sipprell home. miniature umbrella and
t _
;; Hardy Wylie of Augusta, Ga., Those registering guests were
2 10 a.m. until noon, Mrs. Carolyn : .. Mrs. B. E. Thrasher Jr., and Mimosa, roses, hydrangeaand I wedding bells were hung over a ON ri ALUMINUM
Pooley and Mrs. L.. J. Mrs. Dalton Harrison.Out gardenias were used in the I treasure chest where the shower MADE IY MIRIO finlshtd with
Z 'Thomas Jr., at the former's N ;. of town guests were Mrs.J. floral decorations. The mantlewas gifts were placed. Du PontTEFBN
home, 809 SW 21st Avenue. E. Thrasher and Mrs. Rich- decked with white wedding :
N Y ard Whittington of Micanopy. bells and English ivy while Tea Given 'c; for no-stick tookinj no-scour deia-up!
Z SUNDAY, June 7 0
white wicker chained baskets
About 70 friends called duringthe
: Luncheon honoring Tucker- afternoon. holding ivy were used ,to decor- HonoringSenior
Arnett wedding party and out
ate the stairway and balcony.The .
Z of town guests, Mrs. L. G. ?R, GH
Gramling and Mrs. J. E. HarZ serving table, overlaid

: low, at the Gramling home, Bridge with with a a lace columnar cloth, holder was centered filled A graduation tea honoring Get your order form at the RONCO MACARONI display in your store
640 NW 36th Terrace.
Miss Helen Nails, Gainesville _
Z- Wedding of Miss Judith Diane HOMEMAKER FOR SIR ALEC British Prime with spring flowers in pastel High School senior, was given
Tucker, daughter of Mr. :Minister DouglasHome poses with his staunchest shades flanked by silver can- recently by Mrs. Margaret Lam- I

and Mrs. Woodson Coleman supporter, Lady Elizabeth, his wife. NotesBy delabra. beth, Mrs. Phil Sparks and Mrs.
Tucker Jr. of New Orleans, Hurricane lamps were used to Edwin Nobles at the home of BUDDY'SSUMMER
formerly of Gainesville, and By MILTON MARMOR light the walk to the Sipprell Mrs. Lambeth.
William Dale Arnett, son of LONDON (AP) Life has become more hectic for Lady JOHN E. CRAPS home and the patio was lighted .
Mr. and Mrs. William Tobias Douglas-Home since her husband became Prime Ministerof Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Andersontook with Japanese lanterns and Miss Nails, who will receive
Arnett, 4 p.m., First Metho- Britain. Many things have changed. first place in the North- Tehetian torches. her diploma tonight, will leave: HOURS:

dist Church. Reception following For one thing, she gets up 15 minutes earlier every morn- South field of the Monday even- Guests from Gainesville, Mel- this weekend for Tallahassee to' Monday thru Thursday 9 to 5:30
at the Bethany Room of ing. But she still doesn't have time to cook porridge for Sir ing game of the Gainesville rose and Keystone Heights were attend FSU. j I'
the church. Alec as she did in the past. She has a cook for the first time. Bridge Club at the Recreation in attendance. Invited tea guests were Mrs. Friday fir Saturday to 6:00
She still doesn't have a maid. Center with 91H match points. Melvin Brundage, Mrs. Mary!
Lady Douglas-Home was born 54 years ago the daughter The average score for all North- Linen Shower Giebling, Mrs. Don Petrucci,'
Calendar of the Very Rev. Cyril Argentine Alington, who was headmaster South pairs was 70, for East- Another of the pre wedding Mrs. Counts Booth, Mrs. Irvin
at Eton. One of the boys became her husband but West pairs 60. parties complimenting the Griner, Mrs. James Warrington.Miss .
she can't remember him as a schoolboy. Lady Elizabethis Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr. andR. bride-to-be was a linen shower Kay Brundage, Miss I
Of: EventsTODAY tall, stately, and country-looking. Her keen sense of humor H. Harms came in second given by Miss Dianne Cooke, Debra Brundage, Miss Linda I
her discreet good taste in dress and her charming! with 78, and Mrs. E. C. Kirklandand Miss Ann Wigley and Miss: Petrucci, Miss Yvonne Booth,I
blend of shyness and spontaneous friendliness serve well to Mrs. F. J. Hoffer third Carolyn Mooney.The Miss Linda Warrington, Miss
Y, June 3 make her one of London's most elegant hostesses.AN with 67.Walter. three hostesses, wh I Maria Torres, Miss Pam Dolls -!
O. E. S. Auxiliary, 8 p. m., UNDERSTATEMENTShe's Forehand and E. J. entertained at the home of Miss. ver, Miss Geraldine Davis, Miss i iI I
Mrs. Dashwood Hicks, 831 also very proud of her husband. When he moved up Emberson led the East-West contingent : Cooke, were assisted by their Nancy Guy, Miss Charlene
NW 22nd Terrace. from foreign secretary to Prime Minister last October she with 78Vz, while Mrs..W. mothers, Mrs. Stanley Cook, Smith, Miss Susan Keyes, Miss
Gainesville Bridge Club, said that "anyone who underestimates him does so at his T. Zeanah and Mrs. E. D. Ma- Mrs.. M. M. Fletcher and Mrs. Carol Boyles, Miss Carol Shea,:
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. own peril." Sometime later she said to a friend: "He has done thews were second with 71, and Clyde Mooney.A Miss Nancy Shepeard and Miss
Brunch honoring Mrs. JohnD. rather well,don't you think?" Jay A. Jones, Jr. and the writer blue and silver color note Becky Kalb. I
Wells and Mrs. Felix Eight years before, in 1955, when he came out of political were third with 67. I ...
Machiner, 11 a.m., Mrs. obscurity to take the office of Commonwealth relations sec The club will hold its next I Clearance of Natural Bridge
Orange William Hall, 634 retary, she said: "Lord Home (as he was' then) is fit for tournament at 7:30 this eveningat EDMUND DWYER
Boulevard. any post in the government, even Prime Minister." the Holiday Inn. Visitors are Fortune and Allures Casual
THURSDAY, June 4 GROWING SCRAPBOOKS welcome.AirConditioning. ;r ., ', H Electrologist
T Gainesvill e Chapter 44, She spends part of one day each week keeping her hus- : 1 UNWANTED Low Heel 'Footwear!
: OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. band's scrapbooks up to date. They run well over 30. A sec- .
American, 'Association of Uni- retary helps her these days. The books started shortly after L IIAI8 O.'F
'versity Women, Morning Inter the Douglas-Homes were married in 1936 at Durham Cathedral Benefits Heart 0'r 499Imagine
est Group, Mrs. Jack Moore, where her father had become dean. .k, FOREVER
2021 NW 11th Road. RICH AND SCOTCH Patients AgedMedical 4 Medically Approved Method
Voice Recital by students of Before she moved into 10 Downing Street, the home of the by Appointment Only
Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, 8 p.m., Prime Minister, she used to go shopping in supermarkets authorities are gener- Please Call FR 2-8039 these terrific shoe values at this time ol
Gainesville High School Chorus looking for bargains. That's all behind her now. So's the ally agreed that air conditioning 107 West University Avenuf the year. These are discontinued styles reduced at
Room. cooking and housework which she used to do even though her is beneficial from the stand-
Gainesville Little Theatre, husband is one of the wealthiest men in Scotland.At point of health, as well as from a savings to you. Shown is one of the many styles.

"An Enemy of the People", 7 a.m. she's usually the first one up in the Douglas- the standpoint of comfort and I -".*"" 1 Mostly dark colors to choose from, all at one low
8:30 p.m.. 4039 NW 16th Boule- Home family. She reads the newspapers and at about 7:45 cleanliness. f
n rd. o'clock she's having breakfast with the Prime Minister. (Yes, Research has shown that excessive -, price
Piano Recital, students of he still eats porridge.) heat and humidity place
Mrs. Conrad Bauschka, 7:30 TEA AND MORE TEA extra strain on the heart and :
p.m., J. J. Finley School Aud Before luncheon parties she studies guest lists. ,She's unusually circulatory system, American I GET A FAIR START ON A

itorium. good at names. At the private luncheon partiestheyare Furnace Company's home comfort LIMITED BUDGET WITH THESE
FRIDAY, June 5 squeezed in when they are no official ones that day- experts point out. For many
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9' she has a chance to meet her many friends. Occasionally she older persons and cardiac patients VALUES
a.m., Holiday Inn. goes to official luncheons with her husband.She air conditioning relieves I Health-lex'! 1
Gainesville Little Theatre, often has tea with the family and her secretary in the this strain and permits a real-
vard. sitting room. She drinks her tea standing up, dealing with lively normal life.
"An Enemy of the People", problems at hand. Sometimes, of course, she has formal Wide temperature extremes
8:30 p.m., 4039 NW 16th Boule- teas. Nearly every evening she has to attend one or two cocktail are considered detrimental to

parties. aged persons and heart patients, L
CAR Installs LATE TO BED which means that those who
There are several official dinners every week. When spend their winters in warm, DENA'S for BEAUTYMARY 2\ ( ,
New OfficersJacob there's an official visit things speed up. And often dinnersare climates will be wise to delay I McDAVID PAT WILXASON s
followed by receptions. Late at night she gets time to their return to cooler parts of Hair Coloring Hair Stylist : /
Roberts Brown Society, talk things over with her husband. It's midnight or later when the country until they can be I 2902 NW 13th St. Ph. FR 2-4097 r___iBOYS'
Children of the American Revolution she to bed. ,
gets fairly sure of pleasant weather.
met recently at the home. Because she hasn't a maid, she must worry about her -.....--_ -. -
,of the senior president Mrs.: clothes and packing them herself. A daughter, Mrs. Diana
Joseph W. Hannon, 1104 NE. Wolfemurray, spends time with her and helps out Dianais

,5th. Terrace. expecting a baby in the summer and Lady DouglasHomewill
Bob Mullin, president, introduced be without her services. Another daughter, Meriel, works I,
Miss Mary Gresham, during the day in a'bookshop. A son, David, is at 10 Downing Thusday Only
Gainesville Chapter DAR regent Street these days and also helps out. He's preparing to go
and Miss Lucy Sprigg Dorsey, back to Oxford soon.SUMMER. .
immediate past Florida senior I
'state president of DAR, who I ONE GROUP LOVELY
installed the new officers. I II

They are: Mrs. E.H. Boyles,I OFFICE HOURS CABANA SETS Strong sturdy boxer shorts with
senior president, Joe Bojles, ; SUMMER matching tops that go right through the wash. Sizes from 1
president, Jerry Greene, vice- Commencing Saturday, June 6th. and for the.rest for the- I to 7 .. .. _. . ...... .. ... ..... $2.91..4 $1.91
president, Rebecca Sanders,I summer we will close on Saturdays at 12:30 P.M. I 'S BOYS BOXER SHORTS In many, many styles, cool nice fitting
secretary Chris Hord, treasurer DRESSES $1 000 i and wash rucefy. Sizes from 3 to 6 and priced nicely for
Frederick, Boyles, chaplain, NEW HOURS WILL BE: A. .-'I,. .. ."_ :I only .7...... .. .. ..... ... .... . .... $1.19

Dena Kay Conerly, registrar; Monday through Friday: 8:30 XM! to 5:00'P.M. Values BOYS' ZIPPER SHORTS that ore a pleasure to look at. to wear
and Leslie Freeman historian.A Saturdays ?;30 AA\I to 12:30P.M._. I ) to $19.95 and to wash. Sizes here ore 4 to 7. You'll want$1.98 several.d $1.79 pairs.

dish followed .. .
covered supper : : : "
I the installation. Mrs. Hannonwas Closed Sundays- I BOYS' POLO SHIRTS end the sky's the limit here. Prices startat
presented a gift from the! I 4&q4s! 98c. We've most any size and most any color. You name

society. ; it.GIRLS'
TRAVEL rsr.sa SHORT SETS that stay fresh all through the warm
weather. Flattering necklines and detailing. Up to size 6x and
'Dena's for Beauty"IS SERVICE I S c FEMININE APPAREL + I priced for $2.98

NOW IN THEIR 'fit'1 105 W. University Avenue FR 66348Jai GIRLS' SHORTS, and we've a table' full of 'em odd and
NEW LOCATION end assortments sizes ore up to 6x and wonderful values for
2902 N.W. 13tk Street 80S W. UNIVERSITY AVE. :' ez: I only .......... ................. ...,.......... 99r <
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If' : [Ifo6 Training Plan Would Guards Keep Coughing,. Short Breath i

: C EmOl'fflrJrs
\ Peace In Called llt1l fJ
Danger SignalsBy

>. :'Give Help to Employers Mich. Strike PAT HOGAN 'acute sickness and are the principle &: -< FOR i ]I

t ... .__u_ ________ __ Coughing and shortness of cause of loss of school .and r *!q' ;1 INSURANCE ."
I r f __ WASHINGTON (AP) They 'cials view the recommendation But, the committee indicated. breath are major warning sig. work time."People. "-- !l:; & BONDS J n
PRESS pals in the detection of respira- ..
-- -- government is considering a proposal 'as an important proposal in' an even higher tax credit wouldbe Nearly 1,000 should see their doctor 1 -, '
I .. ,. which proponents say their efforts to combat growing justified because of the risk Guardsmen Michigan the National tory diseases, stressed Dr. Ed as soon as symptoms begin ,f 1109 N. Main St. '

I would give American job tra'in technological, job displacementand I involved in training a man for a today at Hillsdale kept, Mich. peace ward Byrne at the Kiwanis to develop," Dr. Byrne urged.I Phone 375-4582 ........ '
g its biggest boost since'. the' persistently high 'unemployment job and then losing him to a of the bitterest of luncheon yesterday.Dr. They don't realize the trouble .,.
.... a of director of Alachua C. EMORY CROSS
competitor.The that can develop from a cough
i I labor disputes in the Midwest. I Leading Life Fire and Casualty Companies
".- The apprenticeship committee committee said the government County Health Dept., spokein or a shortness of breath. Representing
The Idea, proposed by the of Dr. David Biber who
place ,
"1 -made up of one government, : has made no large Negotiations at the Essex
Federal Committee 'bn
Apprenticeship five and five Wire Corp. arrived late because of the fire
", management labor scale contribution to on-the-job collapsed Tuesdayon
, is to treat skills
job members carries consider- training since Congress passedthe the eve of the plant's reopening at the Gainesville Nursing
like capital investments and NOW!
give,, employers tax credits for able weight. Its recommendations GI Bill after World War II authorized by Gov. George
have led Romney after he had Byrne cited the campaignby
1 h. "" to federal equal to train and educate war vet kept the
new workers and
.. upgrading employment policies and other erans. plant closed for five days. the National Tuberculosis Association
I J -. the abilities of present important programs in job training The committee's unanimous to alert the public to Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer
employes.. In the past. recommendation tax, Guards and imported labor the dangers of respiratory dis
i urge had
"Cost to the employer is the The committee said other I kept the plant in partial eases.
r I ? employers credits on the salary and
a 'greatest single bar to an adequate should be encouraged to un- costs of instructors, bookkeepingcosts operation during the strike. "The more dangerous of the

t s apprenticeship and training dertake more job training by training material, cost of Feelings were bitter in the respiratory diseases are tuber- Pre-Season Sale
'* program' in America," granting them a tax write-off at time spent in class by appren- city where strike violence has culosis, emphysema and chronic

.. the committees aid in makingthe least as great as the 7 per cent tices during paid working hours flared sporadically since the In- bronchitis. The symptoms of
.recommendation to Secretary they now get for certain capital and a certain percentage of the ternational Union of Electrical theses diseases are coughing anda '
of Labor W. Willard Wirtz. expenditures designed to spur salary of foremen who work Workers pulled out its 180 production shortness" of breath. Emphysema BEAT DEALER IN FLORIDA
and chronic bronchitis LARGEST
High Labor Department offs.M business Investment. with trainees. workers 96 are
!The IUE was attempting days to ago.win not treatable,' but they can be I and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.

its first contract at Essex. It prevented and body effects modified We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners-

: Cuba Claims Lions Club had replaced the Teamsters ," Dr. Byrne stressed. a first class unit with good prices.
Union as bargaining agent at Statistics from the National
r : Essex. !Tuberculosis Association re- COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices.
veal that respiratory diseases
sell units that know the best to buy.
We only we are
Hillsdale county's 35,000 resi rank fourth among all causes of
Operated Espionage Ring dents were put under a curfew 'death. Tuberculosis, the oldest WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL.

I" order. Two near riots have occurred known respiratory disease kills

at the plant and both more people than any other infectious All units Flush! NtMA Cools Moistur. Deliyerlll
: 1S; > N tiu f ail $torn nator of an espionage system tact with'local agents. In April strikers and workers have been disease, he s:.i1'i. MounUJ.Thermostat. ITU Sq. Removal Price
: RICHARD I whose agents in each provincecame 1962, he was said to have goneto injured. Romney arranged to Statistics also show that Rating Amps Vohs F.. ph. hr. of Uftit

I By EDER from the local Lions Club. the U. S., ostensibly to at station upward of 1,000 National acute respiratory infections ac Controlled 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88
HAVANA A countrywide Fernandez was identified as a tend a Lions Club meeting, but Guardsmen in the city, four count for 64 per cent of a 11 .5,000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97

espionage network, operated by' counselor for the International in reality to receive instructionsfor times the original number. 1.2-3 Speed Fan, 6,200' 7Y 115 875 I.R 152.50
members of the Lions Club, has Association of Lions Clubs, and recruiting new agents. 'Names CitrusCommission Slide-out Chassis 10,000 12 230 375 2.75 181.97
been broken up, according to adviser to its public relations The union assailed Romney'sreopening 14,000 12 230 610 4.6 199.97
Tuesday morning's newspapers.I committee. He was said to have order as an attemptto Alf Certified NEMA J 5,000 11.6 2aO 920 4 215.00
I. ,Three men. were executed received C.I.A. training in Coral 3 WomenIGlled ; influence the course of bar TALLAHASSEE (AP-Gov. CN-1 Prices Rated.include ,16,500 13-S 230 1,000 4.5 225.00

Monday in Camaguey Province, Gables, Fla., in 1961, returningthe gaining. The governor deniedit. Farris six ,Delivery, 1-Year 17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00
Bryant appointed
and two others, including for- Service on Parts &
following year to Cuba. InBus members of the Florida Citrus Labor and 5 Years 19 000 13,6 230 1,160 5,3 263.97
mer provincial governor, were Under the pretext of carryingout Picketing violence also erupted Commission to new terms. The Warranty on Sealed 20000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75
sentenced to prison terms. They club work, the accounts in cities in Wisconsin and In commission is expected to meet Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50GANESVILLE'S
were accused* of spying on be charged, Fernandez traveled CrashGURNEE diana.In .
half of the United States Cen- through the island gathering
tral Intelligence Agency. military, economic and politi- West Allis, Wis., striking Bryant reappointed O. D. Huff LOWEST PRICES -- LOW INSTALLATION COST
This is the latest in a series Ill. (AP) Three steelworkers and police fought Jr. of McInotsh; Henry Cragg
I. of announcements and speeches n'ock'Tlleater' women were killed and 47 other at the Pressed Steel Tank Co. and George Cason, both of Orlando -
; H. S. Massey and Webb Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50
:. that have fed a mood of public persons injured Tuesday when a Two men wer< emergency over the past two Is ApprovedTALLAHASSEE. chartered bus struck a bridge pickets were arrested. Clark Elgin Jr., both of of Dade City and 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-lOW FINANCE CHARGESWe
'w eks. The country's army and and overturned on a rain- lick Bayless Sebring.
Police Chief Louis Relnsch Bryant also appointed Jel G.
militia units;are mobilized, and (AP) The highway.
travel said the fighting broke out as Thomas of Lakewood to be Sell and Install
outside of the Havana Florida Cabinet
'area,continues to be prohibitedto an application Tuesday of Hollywood approved Sheriff Charles E. Larson saida police tried to escort newly ,Justice of the Peace in Walton CentralAir ( B Bohannon Jr

''correspondents Theatre-in-the-Sea to builda mechanical failure on the bus hired Marquette University stu bounty, succeeding Forrest Conditioning rand
I may have caused .the accidenton dents into the struck plant. Campbell, who resigned.He ,
,The five men in Tuesday's an commercial dock at Hollywood .Htitmg including all aucfwrk ,
The steelworkers walked out reappointed Mrs. Alice Ca '
U.S. 41, about 40 miles northof
nouncement were identified as Beach. Call v* fir the ttimttts.
I Chicago. The bus was en- April 1 after rejecting the com son of Raiford to the District 5 S.E. 7th St. & 8th Avc. Phone FR 2.9561
being linked to rural landowners The proposal still must win
who had lost their property approval of the U.S. Corps of route to Milwaukee, Wis. I pany's offer on a three-year welfare board. .

under the.land reform laws.The Engineers. The developer proposes Larson said several passengers contract.

.most recent law, passed late an 1,100 foot pier at Hol- told him the driver,I Fist fights also broke out at -- i -

Mast year, expropriated holdings lywood's public beach, with un Clarence Lorch, stopped the bus' the Evansville, Ind., International ih a
of-over 160 acres. derwater ports for visitors to and "got out with a wrench and: Steel plant. The plant, I

,, The ringleader of the network view sea life. monkeyed around with a back I employing 350 production workers t.

according to the press account In a referendum, Hollywood wheel" a few miles before the has been struck for eight ; IN

*,. was Alberto Cesareo residents approved the proposal a ccid en t. Lorcb, who was 60 on weeks by Teamsters Union I '
Fernandez Medrano. He was by more than a 3-1 majority. !Tuesday, was listed in critical Local 215. r 1. 1
I" said to be the national coordi information and making con', condition at a hospital in nearby A company spokesman said II
Waukegan. He was not questioned. one woman suffered a slight
concussion when she tried to 61 v r a ll a 1

: Force Four women passengers were push past pickets Tuesday. He ,
Congolese described in critical condition.The said the plant'would be closed t / N srq

49 passengers, an women, today because the employeswere q Ill, n ? t ti
were returning to Milwaukee afraid to cross picket 1 ,.

Routed Rebels from a tour of the Avon Products lines. ,t 0 n -

by Inc., cosmetics plant in Also in Indiana, 500 Industrial 1 x o ,i
I -*. *- --i Morton Grove, a suburb of Chi! Workers voted Tuesday to strikeat ; ,

States consulate here continuedto cago. the Dana Corp., an automotive I
O Ntu ':rrJt mlt ': Although the tour In
was privately parts manufacturer r'
J.AN1HONY"LUKASBUKAVU evacuate women and chil ---
By dren. sponsored, most of the Marion. The dispute was over
i' :' rebellious Kt The U. S. consulate here burned women are members of the job| classifications. 1-- -
troopf following its classified documents Sunday Christian Mothers Society at St. Leaden of the United Auto
vu province Tuesday Paul Roman Catholic church in Workers voted Tuesday to srtike .. = ,
of (orces -
the.collapaa !
bere.- -.* .* .All remaining Americans >in Milwaukee.The today against 'the big White
Elements ot'tke thirteenth! In- Bukavu'spent Sunday and Monday dead were identified as Motor Co. plant in Cleveland,

,fantry.batalllon were xu 9 bed'ftbffilbfelrbaseatTCamina1 night !in the large lake-side Angela Santarelli and Stella Ci- Ohio. ,
towards residence of the consul. Each seski, both of Milwaukee; and A wildcat strike over dismissal r + /
r Jean Posto of South of four employes two of t f
this provincial capital, was given a pistol, shotgun or Milwaukee. I
them union stewards--occurred t
which has been virtually defenseless submachine gun and assigned i
last week. White Motor, makersof
firing positions from windowsand i
since Sunday. SinkholeTies trucks and buses, employs t
Authorities here fear Bukaru doorways hi case the houe i
UAW members. ,
y about 3,300
r may be attacked at any time by was attacked.. '
,t (i the rebels who advanced tot The panic which swept the TrafficWINTER I i y l l .f b i I t f ,

[ within 25 miles of the city over Atican quarters of Bagira and I i '
t 'the'weekend. Katadu over the weekend appears HAVEN (AP-U.S. People InThe I i ) i

The Congolese troops which to have subsided following 17, main highway between the ', i I
| had been holding positions south rumors that foreign troops, central Florida cities of Winter I il i t h I

of Bukavu have fallen back in either Nigerians or Belgians, Haven and Bartow, developed a NewsLONDON I r

utter confusion.( Many soldiers would be arriving soon to protect sinkhole that blocked all traffic 'r ii

are believed to have gone over the City.Officials today. (AP) "My husband t i ,. 1 /
C\ to the Rebels. The troops left here have been ap The State Highway Patrol reported is funny," says Mrs. Grow I !
i have wW to fight. pealing for days for Nigerian the sunken portion i l 1i
here no cho Marx, "but he's not funny t i l i r 1
Observer fear that If the rebels troops of the U. N. command to stretched from edge to edge of 24 hours a day." ,l .j.e x r. i t. ,. I
do attack-they will be Joined be sent from Leopoldville. They the road. Mrs. Marx actress Eden Lx

by most of the remaining military feel that the presence of only The ground opened up at a Hartford-U In London with r sf
garrison here and will be 100 well armed Nigerians here point between Eagle Lake and her husband toeart a telegi- ,,
1 supported by many of the city'a might dissuade the rebels from the former Bartow AIr Force ilon series. "t #s s <. r .
150,000 African inhabitants. attacking the city and put a little Base. It was discovered br a l f }h.

Preparing for the worse, the backbone in the Congolese motorist traveling the route in Ailing Judy Garland plans to .r f t f 4i.' r, i ,
and the United forces. early morning hours. ,, t ,f
( United Nations "take a slow boat to the United '
., I
The new sinkhole was about States," says Mark Herron, her :( : i r .:
10 miles from one which took traveling companion. :a a r ,

Chaplain Gives Testimony highway crews two days to fill] Herron said today Miss Garland s

I up earlier this spring. Is very weak and an ocean .;y -; E .
Sinkholes have occurred often cruise will provide her with a .

At Espionage Trial over central- Florida. >in roc ttyeah chance to rest He wouldn't say 3 ., h-, ,
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when the 41-year-old finger r .i ,., w ,
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) agent at Ft. Hood, Wffllrjn B. attributed to the action of underground leave Hong Kong, but did say f .4 --
Benson Jr.. who has testified he rivers washing the week toaawail ti
An Army chaplain in testimony away she'd probably spend a '
1 _
at the George .John Gessnef obtained an alleged confession son until !its surface eaves in. before returning to Hol- -,

a atomic secrets trial Tuesday denied from Gessner as he sat in the lywood. S l -

violating a chaplain's privilege post chapel with Clark. Benson Missing Boy'sFound 1 dy r ,i' -
in assisting intelligence said he recorded their conversation NEW YORK (AP) Former r w Y -
agents. on a concealed tape re- Body President Dwight D. Eisenhower
corder. made an unannounced visitto
Gessner, 2S- .ear.ld former Under cross-examination by AVON PARK (APA body the World's Fair to see a film
Army nuclear weapons maintm- Ernest J, Rice, chief defense found inches from the edge of a at the Johnson's Wax pavilion. 1 ,v:
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once specialist from Melbourne, counsel, Clark said he was who .
lake by two men digging for fish Eisenhower was applauded
j is being tried on charges of aware Benson obtained the tape bait is believed to be that of 7- on sight during his 45-

passing secrets to Russian ageoU recorder. year- ld Kenny Garren.He minute stay at the fairgrounds r
in Mexico City while AWOL Asked what ha considered had been missing since Tuesday, expressed delight with -:x N vyt, i : y "
from his assignment at F t. Bliss between a minister deals with international f. \
privileged May 22 when he:left his home the film which .
,, Ttx. The trial is in its second and his communicant, the chaplain and started toward the lake., ,understanding. / / ,
week. ,
replied: about two'miles j away.
Capt Albert Clark, a chaplainat "If he says, 'What I am tell- Sheriff Broward Coker said an BATON ROUGE La. (AP- '..
Ft Hood, Tex., testified he ing you is between UJ, then it is 'autopsy would be'performed.He Quote of the day: Sen. Jennings
had told Gessner, after his ret privileged. Otherwise, it is up to said the body was hidden Randolph D-W. Va., in t 90 .
>lrii., that be ought to "came the minister to decide if the by thick bushes, but it was.impossible a speech at Louisiana State University !
clean with the Lord and tell the matter is privileged." to tell whether the body said Congress is like a

truth., Clark said he understood Gess had been placed there or had sports car, and explained: "It ....
At that point, Clark said, ner was being questioned principally been washed up from the lake. costs a lot of money and makesa
\ "George started to cry, and I about his absence with- "We've had a lot of bad weather lot of noise but it can't pass Sealtest Old Fashioned Peach-as peach ice cream should,be-brimming/ with j just-picked, .
: Nbdhim, "what's wrong, do out leave. ,high winds and heavy rains," anything." _
fresh peach1flavorlRich'.tcreamYsmooth' ; s ded throng hout,w.itQl.choicel l i! .of j iii io1:
yOtt rant: to talk to Mr. Ben- Gessner was indicted March Coker said. -
I Mai1? 111I on *U eel c4 transmitting Kenny, a 4-foot blond, was Tough resilient persimmon! eactie Ste Y oUrJ.f it UdWos1Iiem"pjhi l aanI I c.ecrea1ll, su.eLve! sow ::
neta' forma wearing a white shirt and blue wood is the first choice of golf '.".

eras an Arm JnteII&ence'I tion. trousers when he disappeared. era far club headI., .f

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12. Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 3, 1964 .
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Plan Fund OK'd Judge, Kelly .:. THe: Single Malt Snottierv These ALLSTATE Agents Can Help

< I YOU Save Money On Insurance!
i Victory'' Is -' fr v + SF"" .

For LONDON (AP),- in-the'high potent.' : which is' much frequented' by ,
RecreationTALLAHASSEE altitudes of snobbery the whis- Lord TOp QU01
Boothby-is.a: singe:malt visiting Americans, comments: i
Called 'Back.AJ4.AHASSEE I key snob is ..replacing'th wine man too. Protection '
snob. -"Americans are great,snobs' ..1,7LovejCoj&j' '

(AP). The In other actions, the Cabinet: "Don't dilute it with ;soda," about what they drink: ,'Therebeginning'to : :
State :(AP); Cir- The. snob is the drinker CallChsrtM ,
Cabinet whisky --
approved Tuesday 1. Approved expenditure by he .
cult Judge Richard .warns. "Soda. ruins a> single learn about '-
a $74,800 operating budget for the State Purchasing Commis, .Kelly'sMarch of scotch.who won't drink singlei FR 2:846T -
the outdoor recreational planning sion of $127,075 for 67 vehicles,, 25 victory in ,the'Supreme anything but single malt scotch.He's malt, Just have' straight: malts when the word really,. ,WMnty, JoM 'BMyV' >_iX, .Htndtrioi "
; Court over whether he or with a little water' if around in America I think
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known around ALLSTATEw,1 "" "
committee in 1965. including'the purchase of a new bars'snooty Your In Good Hands'With' ._
was required.'to; step down from must But no;soda, please," .there'll .be, a great run on the: ,
budget included appropri- single-engine plane at a cost o f and otherwise- as, the DD"BJ : -
a.case upon request by a lawyer' A barman at,the Hotel single malts. Ii
ations Savoy i .
of $37,800 for salaries and $11,799 for the Florida Turnpike single malt snob. '

$10,500 for other personal sere Authority., The plane will be: was recalled by the' Supreme i -- -.... --. -
CourfcTuesday on a technicality. He 'doesn't enter a pub andorder .. "'
ices. Also included was a $20,000 used for traffic control. :- :-,- :! -
-'pl licAEettafrttekAtrl T,1
appropriation for the land man- 2. Gave ,the green light .for. agement division of the committee. construction of a highway patro]1 I down,a'decision later the 'bar and with'- a ; :

station at Ocala-west of the existing :, Justice:! "Richard Ervih,.a'newcomer sort superior; -deference.says: <:'; :.. :. ''' ,
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Recommendations from the building oh property 'to' the'bench, found'alter '- .: .t"" don'/: suppose: yiiu have ., r : , ':;!
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Outdoor Recreational Development owned by the state. yoting on the 4-2, majority any single'malts,:cJo you?" .' ., .i: 1", ___ t : : : )

Council which were also 3. Authorized the State Council side that,as attorney general he If the.barman says'"Yes," the .. ,:. -....-_":1. ::.:..::.. -:,... :r-'"
approved included the releasefor for the Blind to contract with had been':attorney ,of record :.in single .malt. snob has a singlensalt ......- ; :, ;...

$29,150 from the land ac- Craig J. Gehlert, Daytona Beach the,impeachment trial:last year ; :; : :;
quisition trust fund for architect, for drawing plans fora of ; \: -
improvement Kelly ; >. :
'.If the:barman says, "No, the '. = & :
at the Frank B. Butler rehabilitation center at Day, Ervin excused himself, leaving" single malt man shrugs and : ; \ ....,, "
State Park near St. Augustine, tona' Beach i 'the decision 3-2 insufficient L ; \
and the release of $247 for pur- 4.. Enlarged the;, supportingarea under'Florida law says: : ; \t .
chase of 98 acres on St. Joseph of the Lake. City Junior In-Tuesday's: hearing* "Too bad .In that'case I ..sup .. ; ;!e1cThir : ,':' :_-....,.._. ,
;; retired -pose justa
peninsula from the federal gov- College ,and.Forest. RangerSchool :' '-- ---
ernment. to include Dixie County. .justices were called into scotch. .. -: ,-. '=
'I service! They were Justices Single malts are: whiskies- '.
The Cabinet also approved a 5. Released $20,000 for construction ....1;.
Harold L. Sebring and Paul D. : ) : ..
ually from faraway Scottish \
Schoolin -
recommendation to buy for;$%1-, .at-Carver-High ..
Barnes .
replaced Justice isles with sounding J
500 a tract adjacent to the JudahP. Flagler: County and $150,000for quaint x 41-
Eryin and Chief Justice E. Harris
names. They are heavier and
Benjamin Park in Manatee
site expansion and acquisition Drew who' served .. .
County near Bradenton.In as presid strongerthan'the regular name-. '"
an initial move by the state of building for Sunrise: 11g' 'officer of the Senate impeachment brands'arid'they cost more. 3. Lft .
for development of a small waterway -- Junior High School in Broward trial. .They :are1' not a 'mixture of '"

the Cabinet approved a County. Charlie Luckie. Jr., .a; former blends, s'are 'many name )
Dade City lawyer.who testified
contract for channel dredging 6. Rejected bids for printing brands..
at the mouth of the Suwannee 1964-65 against Kelly, sought to., have Single malts"are usually '10 to
the Florida drivers' licenses
Kelly disqualify himself in
: a 12 old.: 1
River. The R. H. Adams firm years c:
and ordered the Depart- l land:; condemnation case in book' ... ...
at Ocala was low bidder at British ,publisher John V .. .
$32,345 to dredge 5.5 miles of ment of Public Safety to seek which Luckie was an attorney.Insuggesting .. Calder is a single malt man... t .. t''Iff.

channel. new bids. ; the disqualification "It's wasted oh people whodon't ......

,! Luckie cited.his reasons; I .know, the differenceshe FT :. : ;.
which held ; i ;
Kelly were,contemp "Let'me this ;. ;.::: :
tuous. He ordered Luckie to says. say: though \ ::. ) ":
Nixon Was Eager show Cause' why he' should not -single' malts' are 'delicious'but ... .... ':- I !"'

beheld in .
contempt. 'i Getaway car.

Luckie; instead, went to the! |WAKE ....'. _:.; ,.,,
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2nd! District .Court"of Appeal .
For Blow at CubaBy Lakeland where he won a court att';' Our getaway is reallyo Volkswagen Dinette. Sink. Shower. And john. lertT down and become Itself again. At!

order stopping! Kelly from proceeding !RARIN'TOGOWithout Campmobile. Any Standard Station There's even an upstairs. you have' to do: is remove the majn'com.-" '

in' the land condemnation Nagging BackacheNowl Wagon; Kombi or.PanelTruck we sell| can Or" if you prefer light housekeeping, ponents. Once installed they can quicklybe

JACK RAYMONDWASHINGTON ever made in our history by a case and in the contemptcase. Yea cau get the fist relief you need be one. It's j just a matter of getting one of. get our Basic Kit That; way you can pick taken out or put back inJ And you have

Former, presidential candidate during e muscular from nagging ache and backache pains,that' headache often cause and our Campmobile Kits. up things as you go along. like a stove. a Station.Wagon, Kombi or Panel Truck

Vice President Richard MPigs. campaign." Kelly,. from Dade City, took feelings restless.Dighu When these and diseomforU miserable.tired-out come on For instance, if you like super de luxe Or icebox. Etc again.

Nixon wanted the Bay of : Nixon subsequently explained the :matter: to the Supreme with over-exertion or trees and strain living, get our Super' De luxe Kit. Beds The nice thing about any of our Camp- Ir.-0

invasion of Cuba to take place: in his book, "Six Crises," that Court, saying he had not entered -, -disturbance you want may relief be-mild want bidder it fast irritation Another .for four big people,and, two little people. mobiles is that when you return home (as '

before the Nov. 8, 1960 election, he felt Kennedy had been endangering his final order in the contempt following ting vp a wrong restless food uncomfortable and drink-of feeling.ten set. Icebox.. Two-burner,stove. Running water. if you'd ever want tot J; it will happily moving experience.MILLERBROWN X CV
two Washington newspapermen I the security of the case 'and J had not decided Doan' Pills work fast in J separate "AVlt
ways: l.byspeedy
pajn-relicvicg action to
assert in the current issue of invasion plan after learning of whether to disqualify .himself. ease torment of nagging backache..headaches. -

Look Magazine. it in an intelligence briefing arranged Meanwhile, the question of,the soothing.'muscular effeet on aches bladder and irritation.pains. 2.3.by by MO-TORS
According to the authors, David by President Eisenhower land condemnation' case became: output mild diuretic of the action 15 miles tending of kidney to increase tubes. : AUTMOaRLDINC. OEALCfe ,

Wise and Thomas B. Ross, and therefore felt'obliged to inoperative because the case Enjoy a-good night' sleep and .the ; I
same happy relief
"One of Nixon's top campaign attack a plan he privately sup- was 'reassigned as a result of; 60 years. For convenience millions have ask for for over the : ..
aides later privately confirmedthis. ported. Kelly's impeachment trial. i large size. Get; Doan's fill today ;; 1030 E. University: Phone 372-3582

." The Democratic candidate

"He explained," the authors had been briefed on July 2 .

continue, "that Nixon was hop- and Sept. 19 by Allen W. Dulles l .
ing for the invasion before November then director of. the Central Ir.
8 because 'it would telligence Agency. Dulles later >3

have been a cinch to win' the denied having made the inva

election if the Eisenhower ad- sion scheme known' to Kenne y-
ministration destroyed Fidel! r L

Castro in the closing days of dy.But the Kennedy forces In the

the presidential campaign. campaign "were receiving per
"That was exactly what the sistent and disturbing reports

Kennedy strategists hoped that some kind of Cuban exile .
would not happejthe** : authors operatloir"was >in'the works," .

write. the authors write. i
Kennedy, however, the authors
While the Nixon forces did f
point out did publicly
not know exactly how much r e
United States support of a rebel-
Kennedy knew of the invasion
lion in Cuba, while Nixon
plan, "they certainly did not
tended to it.
oppose want the Democratic candidate -
In his debate with Kennedy on
to benefit from an invasior
Oct. 22, the vice president
that might .be launched by a
that call ,
charged -
Kennedy's -
Republican president, the authors 'S F
for U. S. support of an antiCastro -
revolution was "the most
The report on Nixon's view
shockingly reckless proposal ,
is one of several "inside stor- r,- 3
ies" in the Look article, ar

Press Club adaptation of the authors' book,
"The Invisible Government," tobe

published later this.month by cTF

Has Fuss Random House. II I

Over Seats StateSets GOP I; ,r,


en reporters, along with other
nonmembers of the all-male
National Press Club, have been
lican state legislators have
ordered back up to the little .,
scheduled a caucus here Saturday
balcony of the club's great ball-
for the election
of a minor rT
room to cover luncheon speeches -
ity leader to replace GOP gubernatorial
that sometimes make major
candidate Charier

news. I Holley of St. Petersburg.

The governing board voted 61 Holley, a state representativefrom

to 5 for the shift thereby Pinellas County, said he

reversing a 6 to 3 decision several would resign his post as legislative .. t- ..

] weeks ago to open the ball- minority leader to allow If 4

room floor to working nonmem- GOP state legislators to elect a

ber reporters covering speeches new one

of visiting dignitaries and The Republican delegation al-

heads of state. so will work on a general plat

The difference represented a form for use of all GOP candi-

switch of position by Clark Mol- dates in the November election

lenhoff of the Des Moines Register Nine Republican incumbent -

& Tribune, club vice pres- House members and 21 candi- ,. =.

ident, plus the ballots of two dates are expected to attend.

governors who had been absent Holley said he also expecteto

when the other vote was taken. meet with his campaign or

.After the meeting ended ganization to map plans for h

Mollenhoff said his switch campaign against Democratk

could be traced to "certain gubernatorial nominee Haydon

some pressures governmental that were figures.relative.to. Burns Holley of said Jacksonville.taxes will be the New from Pet Milk Company: A pure snowy non-dairy powder

tampering Club." around in the Press principal_ _issue of the campaign.t y

Joseph, A.club Dear president of Dear, Publications said: ( Rememderance n. Ideal !: "! .. .. .next best thing, to<<;>> .cream-, in yur.coffe.

he knew of no direct govern- ,

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club. He conceded there' .had Shut-In* / :.-)c : ,;: .. .

been reports of such efforts, i .

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Gainesville Sun' June 3, 1964

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NORTH fells West's king, and the dla

< .. Urge Post Office 4.LaninaOf Cc) New Tort IUBH I 4J82 mond ace is cashed followed bya
: -
: BridgeThose By V KQ5 diamond ruff.

I. U.S. 1 TRUSCOTT' I 4 A 9 843.AQ ; _A heart to the king f Is:: followed :

ALAN ._ by another diamond ruff, and
As Cultural Center HereBy -
: Almost Done who came to watch the ually made with a 4-3-3-3 distri- WEST EAST South takes two moreheart

experts perform at the World bution, but the doubleton-was a Q105t 49 tricks ending in his own..hand.

ELAYNE HASTINGSThe city of Gainesville purchase .the J 1 lery ,on the first floor for the TALLAHASSEE (APOnly Bridge Olympiad had one pleas- strong one, and the bid accur- 873 VJ964Q1052 At the 12th trick Souttrleads the

Gainesville Fine Arts As-'Post Office from the fed e ral work of local artists as well as 12 miles of U. S.1 remained to sure that kibitzers rarely en- ately represented the strength of 4 J76' club jack, and West cannot prevent

sociation has proposed that the government for use as'a cultural .- importing out of,town; exhibits," day to 'be four-Ianed before the joy. When watching the Bridge- his handLr K9, 485432SOUTH : dummy's spade-jack mak-

The NOTICE City Plan OP A Board PUBLIC will HEARING hold a Public center. she,added. major highway will be multi- 0-Rama, the giant electric As North had promised at '(D) ,- ing a trick, giving South its contract

Hearing on June 18, 19" at 1:00 According to FAA presidentMrs. laned 416 miles from Georgia to board that revealed the play, least'16 points.by his response, > AK76 ,, .
PM Operation In the auditorium Center 555 of the Southeast Utilities Jean Mitchell, the'organ One of the first thing newcomers Florida City south of MiamL card by card, they could ana- South decided he'was;; worth two A102

3th Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, to consider ization has not made a formal ask about:.are the c u 1- A three-mile stretch of four- lyze aloud to .their hearts' con- slam efforts. His bids of four 4K' Finish Canal

i. A: request by the abutting property presentation to the city com-I tural opportunities Gainesville Inning was completed recently; tent.At clubs, and five hearts implied a 4 J 10 7 6

lots owner 33 to and close; :34 the of O.alley A. lying Porter between Lands mission, but "they seem to offers, Mrs. Mitchell continued. between Melbourne and Eau lower levels kibitzers are diamond shortage,. so North bid Both sides were vulnerable. MOSCOW (APJ. JEbCLSovietUnion

as recorded in Plat Book A, page A3. extremely interested in our: not always so welcome. A'tournament the slam in the reasonable expectation ..
Gallic at cost of ,
leaving ,
2. A request by the abutting property 'Other cities smaller than a $703,178; The bidding: has.completed -a.22Jmile

owners South of to Northwest close Northwest 45th Avenue 16th Street be- plan." Gainesville seem to have buildings only four more, jobs under I player has been knownto that his ,l high cards Scatb. West North East canal from the Baltic-Sea-to the
to the of
.tween Block 34 and :25 of Paradise The association has;sent letters for','this use. _We. seem to construction. All the work is, object presence a were. well placed. 1 4 Pass 3.N.T. Pass Volga River. The Soviet news
Subdivision Plat Book A. page kibitzer. He think the kibitzer '
4 of the Public per Records of Alachua to all local service clubs be way behind." scheduled to be completed by may I Six spades was a sound I 14 fr Pass 4. Pass agency Tass said 1 f WilI :takeover
is him bad luck
2 County. A request Florida.by Ernest Tew ot rezone I and other organizations request 9 The building would remain the December. he bringing dear, enough contract. If the club finesse i5 V Pass Pass at least 15 minion-Ions of ,

from R-la (Single Family Residential) ing them to endorse their pro The drive to complete the I or may recognize a failed, there was still a Pass Pass 6. cargo a year from overburdenedrailroads.
to R-3 (Multiple Family Residential- property of the city and' would friend who is making errors to, .
High' Density) the property described posal. They are waiting for re- be available all its .organizations -four-Inning began in earnest in report to other dear friends. chance of dropping the spade West led the two of diamonds .
IS before their 1955 when 115 miles had been queen doubleton. -'
plies presenting ,
Commence at the NW corner of Sec
I 10 S, Range 20 E runs commission she stated The ideal kibitzer, of course South the diamond ?e......
Township plans .to the city multl-laned. The four-inning in- won lead there are two sure trump losers ,,

along Highway E side No. of 23086 rlght-ft.Way thence of State run Mrs. Mitchell stated that she I Mrs. Mitchell,,feels E '226 ft. to branch and POB; from his opinion is requested'by I ;
Office building is. extremely when the final of the mediate club finesse. When,this pleased with the result orthe
said POE run N along branch 20 ft.; elt there is'a great demandfor I phase ef- ; ntd ickttt
thence run E 1484 ft.. there runS well built,and exactly suited .to fort was laid out. the players. But some cannot resist -won, he,only needed a 3-2 spade :question.But i ,
center such ,
4 degrees 45' West 170 ft; thence ; a cultural the to join in .
their ,It is an exact duplicate division to make his .
run W 131 ft. to the branch} thenceN this. I purpose contractHe South was wrong, as Roth .-r. ""r .
along branch 150 ft. to the POD. of theater.in Vienna. the postmortem. This is unpop- cashed' the e. .'
all being and lying in the Ciincr Is a Grain Prices ace and king, proceeded to demonstrate. South a.. ..
"Because the university so ular not only because it slows S. ..
Grant section 8 Township 10 S. has expecting to ruff a club and lose should have C.
Range State Roads.20 E LESS rights-of-way fw rowded now, the townspeople ; Architect Dan Branch .' BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP- down the game, but also be- one trump trick only. the club played on, leadingto this fGI3 J.-' FR f-G471;
lies the Southslde of need of their own to be drawn up tentative, plans'at' Under[ West German ace. Fortunately AIM in Ocala
This property on : a place pressure cause the kibitzer may sometimes But when East showed out on
Southwest 14th Avenue 210 feet Eas consider.a reasonable
of Southwest 13th Street. :used for meetings exhibits, and we" the decision setting a single be right. the second round of spades
4. A request by Louis Riley to rezone classes for both childrenand estimate, she said.
art grain price scale for the European Alvin Roth:
from R-la (Single Family Residential i always a dangerous South disgustedly tabled his
) to R.2 (Multiple Family Residential adults," she said.. Common Market has been opponent, proved himself also cards
: conceding two
Low Density) the property .described The Gainesville.Lion's Club is trump
as: "We hope to have an.art gal-. by the postponed until Dec. 15. a dangerous kibitzer in thir tricks to West for down one. 0 10 : I E 1imhift4oitjr *5
The South 230 feet of the following considering a request
described property: Commence ai Fine Arts Association asking for The' West German delegation deal played recently at the "Why give up?" demanded
the Southeast corner of the Southwest told: the other five Cavendish Club.
Vi of the Northwest U of Sec. support in acquiring the Post Common response Roth, who had seen West's hand
lion 30. Township f South Range 2C cultural Market nations the Bonn Parlia- of three no-trump is us: ,is well as South's. "Because
East, and run North 33 feet then Office for use as a city
West 20 feet to the point of beginning ment would not approve the proposed .
; thence run North 11311 feet 441 MtC NOIT Oe U center.A scale since it would .. 65c
to the point of beginning of the mean I One Fulf Pound up
land to be conveyed; thence run Show Time 7:30 letter from the Fine Arts lowering the high German( . aSe up
West 260 feet thence run North read at yesterday's {
4851 feet; thence run East 240 feet; Association was prices. A West German spokes- KC Sirloin '
thence run South 4851 feet to the Lion meeting. The club ILUNCH.
point of beginning and containing 3 man said there is.no assurancehis I
acres and lying and being In the voted to withhold endorsing the government will to the Steak $195 HOUSE i
Northwest % of Section 30, Township t committee agree I
f South. Range 20 East. project pending a scale i in December. \ UNIVERSITY I
This property lies on the West side study other possible uses of
of Northwest,,21st Street by Northwest35th r rf I
Avenue. the .building.Can :
S. A request by Ed Campbell to re- ,
zone RE (Residential Estate) to BA- I
2 (Business Automotive) the property '
Go Alone
described as:
Commence at the NW corner of
Sec. 27. T 9 S. R 20 E, and run
S 00 degrees 2? 00" W., along the x TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) -
West line of said Sec 27, 73 27 feet; 4
thence run S 89 degrees 37 00" E. Foreign Minister Shen Changhuan o o
50.00 feet to the Intersection of the said today termination of
Easterly right of way line of NE
15th Street ,end the Southerly right U.S. economic aid fo Nationalist
of way line of NW 39th Avenue. ,
and the Point of Beginning; thence China in June 1965 will not seri-
run Easterly along! the Southerly rightof I FRaNKIe .h l ,': .): Formosa's normal
way of NE 39th Avenue. with a ; ; ously affect
curve concave Southerly said curve AvaLON jf ;: economic growth because the
having a central angle of 37 degrees
or 34", a radius of 50.00 feet a .NN8rre. '" ( country has a "sound industrialand
length of 32.34 feet and a chord of .W" J\\h "
N 72 degrees 02 35" E, 31.78 feet; )' 457:b..I 1' 4. agricultural foundation. PRICES GOOD AT BOTH STORES
thence run S 89 degrees 25' 38" E..
along the Southerly right of way
line of said NE 39th Avenue. 469.13 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL'S Ni THRU SAT., JUNE 6th
feet; thence run S 00 degrees J3
00" W, 435.60 feet; thence run N 89
degrees 25' 38" W. 500.00 feet to the ..
Easterly right of way line of said MjiSCJE I Ia DRIVE-IN THIATRE oa.ROUND
NE 15th Street; thence run N CO : !
degrees 23' 00" E, along the Easterly

15th Street.right of 425.50 way feet line to of the said Point NE LAST TWO TIMES pRoyal Crown Cola] STEAI 79!!
of Beginning said tract of land BE ] . ', LB.
containing 5.0 Acres, more or less. I qJI OPEN 7:00 SEE-2 HITS!
This property lies on the Southeast SHOW 7:45LATE AS 9:15
corner of Northeast 39th Avenue and AT 9:15IY

6.Notheast A request 15th by Steet James L. Andrews to >f f t- HALF-QUARTS CHUCK ROAST LB39f I

rezone from RE (Residential Estate) wu ;
to BA-1 (Business Automotive. Restricted f
) the property described as:
Commence at the Southern corner of 2nd FeatureThe CARTON
Sec 9, T10.. S. R20E, for a pointof Ground BEEF :
reference SO" West; thence along the run South N 89 line degrees HILARIOUS 1 18W fresh. 3-LBS.,. 139

of said Sec. ". 2967. 53 ft.; thencerun
North 00 degrees 13 West 811.20ft inside story of those 16-0Z. !
i thence run North 24 degrees wild spring vacations! 1 6.
58 West 134705 ft to. the point of BOTTLES Pork
METRO 601DWYH.MAYER... Boston Butts 39.
beginning 26';51".West thence run along South the 51 South-degrees -t PLUS DEPOSIT fresh LB.

erly right-of-way line of State Road -
No. 331, 300 feet thence run South Where -
24 degrees 58' East parallel with the .
Westerly right-of-way line of Southeast OLEO ,

North Fourth 51 degrees St. 200 26'ft.51"; thence East run 300 the BOYs 1 KALN with $5.00 food order . . . 1.5. -

ft. to said rlght- f-way line of Southeast SNOWDRITCf
Fourth Street; thence run North
24 degrees 58 West along the t. 1 1A7 C? !
Westerly rI9ht- f-wav line of Southeast ARe' SHORTENING Bakina HENSSWIt.P 39s'
Fourth Street 200 feet to the ,: ; a . LB.
point of beginning. fLl14StMt FOOD .
This property Is located on the Southwest 18thn 7:45
comer of State Road 331 and LIVE FAST DIE( YOUNGAT
Southeast 4th Street. i> 6V2-0. can or l5-oz. !
7. A request by Donald Pemberton to 10:30 can 3 5'9 FRYERS !
rezone from R.la (Single Family s ...>. GIRL! OF THE NIGHT -lb., con Dell's Fla. Gr. "A" whofa LB. 29
Residential) t* RP (Residential BUY ONE AT REG. PRICE .

Professional IS: ) the property described --- -- ----- -- --- __ _._ ,______1 AND GET ONE FREECOFFEE ....

Lots 9 and 10 of Forest Park Farmsas
recorded In Plat Book E, page ST TIMES I r HAM 3'LBS. .2.39.;
46. Swift's Prem. or Armour's Canned .
This property lies en the East side of 1 HENDERSON
the Intersection of Northwest 29th Road
and Northwest 17th Street TOGETHER Pillow 1:10 & 7:10feHyco .
I. A request by F. W. Knight to re- zone from RP (Residential Professional SUGAR BACON 394
to BR2 (Retail Business) the CHASE ti SANBORN Lykes Palm River Slic.iI. ,.. LB. I
property described as: RpaHUDSOH :
Commence at the Southeast corner With $5.00 Order With $5.00 Order
of Lot 2 of Baileys' Estate as re- t D0R's DAY ,
corded In Deed Book K, page 203. or More or'More
run North 292V feet West 200 feet. PILLOW
North 2V* feet. West 105 feet. South Ga
295. feet. East 305 feet In Section
32920. Also: The South 295 feet of !
the West 257 feet of Lot of Bailey's 1 RAN 01 P 0 594 5 494 Me&Qa.&thoS .. .
Estate lb.
page 203.as Section recorded 32-9-20.In Deed Book K pwrtqwF tMM :w M L aaw COLOR.a'.been-, sara, lbs.

This property Is the South half of
the block bounded by Northwest 13th
Street. N.W. 12th Avenue. N. W. 12th
Street, and N W. 14th Avenue. ,
.. A request by Klrkpatrlck and Pier- SILVER COW DEL MONTE !
son to rezone from RP (Residentlal- >
ProfessIonal) to BR 2 (Retail Business PEAS 1a. .ok9.2 FOR 3.94
) the property described as:
Lots one, two. three four seven
eight nine, and ten of Spring Park. MILK CATSUP
Unit .. as recorded In Plat Book D. '
page 13. Broccoli !!

This bounded property by Is Northwest located In 13th the Street.block -'r. tall cans 14000z. bot. chopped 1C :.. r'2 FOR 39

NW 11th Avenue. N.W. 12th Street
and N.W. 12th Avenue.. FORD HOOK orBaby
10 A request by Jack W. Fagan to re- ,

zone from)the to R-lc BP property((Business Single described Family and,, as Professional Residential : 4N 3 a for 1.00 2 For 39 LIMAS JO-ex. p"g.2" 'FOR 554!

Lots 1 and 2. Block H Pine Park
Subdivision as recorded In Plat Book
B. page 99; Also: commence at the .
Southwest corner of Lot 2. Block H. week join I ar al: C- MR. G
Pine Park Subdivision
In Plat Book 8, page 9 as*. run East inri5Moe }', li GIBSON'S Florida SHURFINE! .
134.2 feet. South 7feet.. West 134.2 French Fries .ok.:2 p' : !
feet.ef.ways.North 70 feet less road rlght- the quarterof .MWIIIWIN Thin. e, ;M Geode "A" Large White *.. FOR 19
This property Is located en the Westside teeaut., '
of Northwest 6th Street from
Northwest 19th Lane North to Northwest a millionFLORIDA'
20th Avenue. -- EGGS DRE.SSINGDOZ. !
11. A request by the City Planning De- Chicken Livers 29
partment to rezone from RP (Residential . *,.*.: pkg.
Professional!), SC -Shopping :
Center) and R.la (Single Family Res I ;
idential) the property described as: families who WINTER GARDEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey

Avenue Lend bounded en the by North.Northwest by North-16th 394 394!
west 12th Street en the East by qt. MEAT PIES 5 ggI \\t
Northwest 8th Avenue on the South, read and I enjoy I TV GUIDE . . . FOR
and by a line being parallel to the
Western right-0f-wey .' Northwest13th
Street and 600 feet West ef.said
right-of-way line on the West.

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BYNIS NISSEN measure a student's overall abilities. .

a Assistant Sports Editor The eight events making up the"'Devils' Test are dips, pull-

(Second of a Three-Part Series) ups, leg press, mile run, 40-yard dash, rope climb, football

skills and weight training.The .
A crude, but very effective outdoor gym grew up behind 0

Gainesville High School this year to become the second phasein method 'of' scoring, will be calculated differently for

the school's physical fitness program.It each event, either by the maximum number of times, max-

1 SSS imum lift or' fastest time.
might look like a tangled web of poles and pipes to ''

an un-onentated visitor. But, each piece of metal and wood .5 5S5% 3 M4t. It'll take the maximum, 100 points in each event, to reach

has a use. gold level in the devils' test A boy making gold level in

weight training and football skills will be given 100 pointsfor

The gym consists of isometrics, a new system taken from each. He thei must make the .maximum in each of the

Charles Atlas' dynamic tension exercises; dip bars, chin bars, ether.six events. '

rope climbs and leg press machines. Y
"The test is difficult," Erwin said, "but we. expect to

The complete setup was made from telephone poles and have some gold levels before the summer is over."

water pipes donated by the City. The labor was handled by r s ht

Head Coach Jim Niblack and assistant Bob Erwin. All of the fitness ,phases wII'be conducted during the

r w't summer, starting June 15 and winding up July 24. All boys

There are 21 permanent isometric stations, consisting r 'over 12 years old are eligible to participate."

various lifts and positions. An example is the three positio

of the isometric press close, extended and open. 'Curl, squat x# c"Y:: t k. ra During :Summer

dead lift and leg press are the other lifts.

Weight training will be in progress from 5 to 10 p.m. Mon-

Switch Swiftly :. w day, Wednesday .and Friday' football skills and the devil test

MUSCLES STRAIN AS BOYS MAN THE 21 PERMANENT ISOMETRIC STATIONSSun will be held Tuesday and Thursday at 5 to 7 p.m. and the

The boys do each position for 10 seconds and then switch outdoor gym will be open every day and night.Thre'e .

swiftly and ,rhythmically at, the sound .jot a coach's whistle. ( I\Ot by Tommy Lewis)

There are ,six dip and ,six chin bars, four leg press 'machines the outdoor gym A complete list of; level requirements in each age group, school rooms will be used for the weights' and the

and three rope climbs. Another phase of the ,program pertains to football skills- 10 to 17, is given to each participating boy. outdoor gym will be. completely lighted at night. "

the punt-pass-mn-catch-kick drills. The same five levels of "We'would like to urge all boys over 12 to participate,

The chin bars are nine feet high, making it necessary to achievement are used, and there are different age groups. Devils9 Test Niblack said. "We think they will greatly benefit from it."

jump :to reach them, and the rope, climbs'are, 30-feet high. Niblack. and Erwin will supervise ,the program throughoutthe

f The leg press machines weigh' 405 pounds each and are For example, in the passing division for 10-year-olds a Erwin has come up with a new phase just recently;,'that .summer.

I usually beefed up by a person sitting on them. boy must pass a ball through a swinging tire from 15 yards will be attempted for the first time this summer. .

After the first 12 weeks of weight training, boys start on away on seven out of 10 tries to make gold level. It's called the Hurricane Devils' Test and 'is designed to .TOMORROW. : The Endorsementsun .
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Dean Chance Hurls '"


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$18,000 Ball Game' : j1.F .NEW YORK (AP-The) list of i ,r :

likely challengers to Northern ...'. '

Dancer in Saturday's .$125,000- .,

added Belmont Stakes'at Aqueduct -

By MIKE RATHET sixth. He also had a shot at the While Chance was showing Wednesday, Juna 3, 1964 has been padded to five ,..vt
with the addition of John Galbreath's '
'Associated Press Sports Writer record ,18strikeotu'mark nd Haney his stuff, standout pitch- I Orientalist. I; ,

Dean Chance stormed out of probably a pay raise until he ing efforts also were turned xo y7kt,

Fred Haney's office in a con ran out of whiffs in the last two in I The Darby Dan Farm's spee I ('I j

tract hassle recently and aimeda innings. bySam McDowell, a $100,000 colt, a son of Swaps, was entered -

shot at the Los An- Tuesday.for the supple- (
parting Chance had 13 strikeouts bonus baby recently recalled ..
Trade Talks mentary fee, of $5,000. Orientalist (
geles AngeL general manager. .
but from the who struck out .
through seven innings, minors R S
"All right," said Chance, "I'll whose victory in a mile test < J I
struck out only one in each of 14 as Cleveland defeated Chi- at Aqueduct last Friday was his "
pitch an $18,000 season. and settledfor and knocked the White .',.
the last two innings cago 3-2 ,
in "
first nine starts this ,
Neither Chance .
nor Haney expected the season's of 15 an Sox out of the American League a-
ioins Hill Rise Roman .
him to try and do it in Start Buzzing Brother, to.. ,.
impressive 2.12 earned-run av- lead.Baltimore's Quadrangle and Shook in the

one game. erage and a 4-2 score. Now he Dave, McNallywho probable field seeking to veto

But Chance tried to against victories to his second shutout ..
needs only 20 more posted Northern Dancer's Triple. Crown :
Boston Tuesday night, turning get his raise. with a six-hit, 4-Otr iumph over Around r Vo

in one of the top pitching performances Kansas City that lifted the Orioles Majors bid.Of ,

of the season, keep- The 24-victory yardstick was into first place. I .. the five contenders, however > w : w

Ing the Red Sox hitless for 52-3 applied by Haney a week ago Arrigo who kept only Hill Rise is a definite e >
-Gerry ,
innings nd finishing with a Tuesday when the Angels calleda eight hits well spaced in Min- NEW YORK (APDugoutsare ) dly are interested. Ken McBride starter in the IVt mile Belmont.

I two-hitter while striking out 15 special press conference and the'' buzzing with trade talk as, .the Los Angeles' Angels'
nesota's 6-2 triumph over Braulio 'Baeza has been
in a 1-0 Los Angeles victory. brought up the subject ofChance's the June 15 deadline approachesand pitcher who has been having a en-
New YorkYankees.: to ride Orientalist
both the New York Yankees re- '
right- contract dispute 'with tough time winning. .
Chance a 22-year-old
; The only'lother' AL game garded as a speed merchant off :
no-hit the club. At that time Haney and Los Angeles Dodgers With the Yanks limping along ; ;
hander, had a shot at. a scheduled Washington at De- his previous starts. Jimmy Conway -' i
and raise said an $18,000 season figuresout appear vulnerabel. only a few games over the '.500 "'
ter probably pay Detroit-was rained out. the .colt's trainer,. said JACK ECKDAHL (L) AL:COWAN CLIMB ROPE
I the St. Louis Cardinals mark the Twins II I
until Dick Stuart lined a single to about 24 winning to deal are convinced
that Northern
In the National League, Philadelphia Tuesday Dancer r+'+ I ,.,. ...v
in the 37-year-old Lew'Burdette to the they can make a strong' move ,
to center with two out. games. edged the Los Angeles "stands out like a lighthouse" in +.
Cubs for Glen Hobble for the if r 1
Dodgers 4-3, Pittsburgh defeated Chicago pennant they can come the Belmont field. W is ;--4', .
another veteran righthander'ina up with some more pitching. : '
American League Boxes San Francisco 3-1, the Chicago Tuesday deal. Tven the Yankees are trade- "At the same time," Conway I : : ':
I Cubs whipped St. Louis 6-2, ,
added "he hasn't been mile
The Dodgers are doing their; minded. The'relief pitching has a ,
Milwaukee 7-5
Cincinnati belted and a half yet, so we are takinga
level best to bolster a pitching been something less than sensational -
and the New York Mets downed I I shot like the.others."
Night Game Night Game staff that developed a leak and Yogi Berra is looking 1
BOSTON LOS ANGELES CHICAGO CLEVELAND Houston 74.Besides when Podres went for either from the The Canadian-bred Dancer,
abrhbi all rll III orbrOW ab r ibH'sh'ger Stuart's single the Johnny on : help, majorsor
rf S 01. 0.Howser ss 4020. ,
Jones 2b 2000 Koppe IS :3100 the shelf. the Richmond farm. Becauseof
winner of the
Bressoud ss 4000. Moran b3 4020. Buford 2b 5021 Davalillo cf 4000 only other hit off Chance was a Kentucky Derby
Mantilla It .010 Thomas rf 3011 Landis cf 4010. Wagner If 4111. Hank Aguirre may be next to the persistent injuries to and Preakness, is. seeking the
2000. Ward 3b 5000. Romano C 4010 single by Felix Mantilla leadingoff
Stuart Clinton 1b rf 4010 4000. Adcock Satrlano c 3000. Hansen ss 3000. Whltfield Ib 4020.. ninth. walk the plank at Detroit and Mickey Mantle, the regular first Triple Crown'sweep, sinceCitation's
b 2. 0 0 KlrkpatrTt If 2 0 0 0 xNkh'son If 3' 1 0 aRamos 0000 the '
Malzone could be if the remains
Klndall Ib 0000. Dodger-bound : line-up unsettled. feat in.1948.ExOpen .
:3010 Mossl
ronlglfro ef :3 0 0 0 Perry cf p Chance got the only run he
Nixon C :3000. Knoop 2b :3000. McCraw ib 4010. Chance rf 3000. Tigers could. get waivers on the
Lamabe p 2000. .Chance p 3000. M'Nertney c 3 0 2 Smith, rf 1000 needed and the only one of the
aWllllams 1000Radatz Buzhardt p 3000. Alvis 3b 3 1 VI lefty in the American League.
P 0000. Minoso If 1 liD Brown 2b 3111 game in the fourth when Jack psr
Chuck Dressen already unloaded
21121 Totals 24111 McDowell p3000
Totals Lamabe walked Joe Koppe, Billy
for Lamabe In Ith.to"t. Totals 34202 Totals 33 313 Kings
Popped up one of his veterans when
whitfield In tth reached
a Ran for and Lee Thomas -
Moran singld
.., ..6.11........ 000 tot ooo-e first e- Interference by catcher In 4th loaded on eof his veterans when D ,
LS Angeles .............. 000 100 OOx- Chicago 000 001 Ml-] doubled.
he Frank to the New
Ml JM 2Ox-3E sent Lary
E-None. PO-A-Boston 2-11. Los Ane CII"land. McDowell, a ,21-year-old left
.es 21'". DP-Stuart and Nixon Moran -Buford. Romano. Kindall. PO-A York Mets on a conditional Just Familiar : 4
Knoop and Adcock LOB-Boston 5, LosAngeles Chicago 24-f Cleveland 275. LOB-Chi- hander with only .eight major purchase.The .
S. ago 11. Cleveland .. league victories since receivinghis
IB-Thomw. S-Thomas.II" Hershberger, McNertney. HR-Wagner Minnesota Twins report-
H R ER II SOlamabe. .' Alvin. Brown. $100,000 four years ago, now

Radatz U...W..7.....1 '4 0.1. 2 1 3 3'!, L.M.7. II" H 7 It 3 ER 3 II 0. SO8uzharelt. 1 has posted ,two of the victories By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. by they U. S. Golf Assoc tton S

Cianee. W. 42..9 2. 4 IS Mossl .:' 1 'D 0 D 2McDowell from the NEW YORK AP-Six
; recalled ( golf- The 36-hole rounds
U-CtwIak. Soar. Salerno. McKinley. W. 2-0 0 0 2 2 3 14U since being qualifying

T-2:12. A-3.372. A -7.WS.Valentine, Rico Stevens._T233.t minors last Saturday. MAJORLEAGUE 'l ers who. have won the U. S. will be-played there and at three
fiF will be
Night Game Open championship just
IALTIMOA.E KANSAS CITY other .locations on Tuesday..
allrllbl allrblll six familiar names among 473
Adalr 2b 5230 Causey ss 3010. Eight sections will hold their
trying to qualify for the 64th
cf 4. 0 0'
Aparklo II 4011 Mathews Is Leader
Eowens Suborn Ib rf-If 5 1000 01 0. Alusik Colavito If rf 3000 4020. Mason //EADERS/ U.S. Open next Monday and rounds Monday.The 41"F

3b 3b 4 0. 1 C. Tuesday.For .
4111Edwards former Open and PGA
Powell If Ib :3010 AMERICAN LEAGUE ..
Clmoll rf OOOOGreen. 2b 3019 BATTING 75 at bats OHva Min- the record they are Cary are 45 who a
D 0 among
Kirkland 'd 4 D D Lau c 3 nesota. jn; Hinton Washington..35OFregos. ,
brownc 10 D 0 Pent P 1000. 0 With Four Hits Los Angeles .339; Howard. New Middlecoff, winner in 1949 and 'were from local
MCN.H :I" 0 D S '+s ,0. 0 York .333, Freehan. Detroit, .328 exempt qualifying --.
p 0000 RUNS Oliva Minnesota 31, Allt-: 1956; Tony Manero, who won W-

Totals out 35 4 I rtp Totals l In Itl\.29 1410Fouled i cio son and and Suborn Rollins,,Baltimore Minnesota, 28 33; Apa'- back in 1936; Lew Worsham, twoweeksago.Theyjo in

BtltimoreKMisas .. ...... .. ,q' 100 620 010-4 Budweiser downed Schlitz 8-2' 6-1 in City League softball RUNS BATTED IN Wagner Cleve 1947; Ed Furgol, 1954; ,Jack tying two weeks ago. They join
.'T'............' 101100 000-0 Construction'and Park last ghtBudweiser's land. 41: Stuart. Boston. 37; Cash. Detroit
City 27.1'- KanCttySMI Guy.Cleveland games at City 34; Colavito, Kansas City 33; Fleck, 1955, and Tommy Bolt, 428 survivors of the local tests: M4
E-Pena. PO- -Baltimore Gainesville Wings' victory boostedits Killebrew. Minnesota. 32. '' 'lKE1'I'T
and Co. won from 74 Hinton. 1958.
? DP-APGrdebeAdir HITS Oliva Minnesota ; seeking 129 places available in
Stetem 31 loop lead to four full games Washington. 43; Bressoud. Boston. 55;
Baltimore 10. Kansas City HR-PowelU 5. SBAparkta. and apparently the 1964 City Aparkio and Robinson Baltimore Cau- The five who have won the the championship. SHEPHERD WORKS ON DIP BARNATIONAL
JB-Adalr Green. sey. Kansas City and Richardson, New
Adalr. York 50.DOUBLE Open since Bolt are exempt
is all but
oMcNalty. Oil Loop race over.
|f ? R ? ? $ from
Tung Oliva and Rollins. Minnesota Twenty-one are exempt
W. 4-3. .6" 2 4 11; Bressoud Boston. Mathews from[ sectional qualifying.
pena. L. M ."; 7 4 3 5 6 Bill McGee and Bobby.Barnes Kansas City Allison. Minnesota and Hin- all and into'
$ tloa ....:.. 1 1 0 1 i lM Hill'sJones ton. Washington 10- Twelve of'13 former PGA qualifying go right
HBP-By McNalty (Alusik WP-Pena Tops divided mound duties for Bud- TRIPLES Oliva.'Mhwsota." S; MeAullffe. champions also must be listed the final ISO-man field. They include -
-. UFlaherty. carrigan. Haller. Hurley. weiser, limiting Schlitz to two Detroit. Green. Kansas City .
T22. A-J.tCJ Fregost Los Angeles Versalle. Minnesota merely as hopefuls, though few the five most recent Open
Johnson downed Kirk hits, both singles. Prince Ken- and H in ton.. Washington 4.
to miss qualifying.The .
Game are likely
Night HOME RUNS Killebrew Minnesota. -
had and Gene winners Julius Jack
HEW YORK aMINNESOTiO rlllll patrick & Pierson 2W, Tung dall two singles 14r Colavito. Kansas City 13; Wag.Mr 13th is someone different: Bores
a. r II Ritch a homer and a single for Cleveland .12; Allison and OHva.. 'Nicklaus
OVersallesss 4010 beat Hill's ,Plastering .. Gene Littler. Arnold
Kubek ts SI 2 Oil 14-41 Minnesota 11. He is Sam Snead, the man who ,.
fresh R'cndsnJb! cf 2 S0200iivarf 010Howardc KIHebrew H' 3 3120 S 1 1 0 0 and Williams-Thomas trimmed I the winners.Mason Hot I more.STOLEN J*; BASES Wets. -Chicago Aparkio.Davalillo Bait, has won just about everything 'I Palmer. and Billy Casper; amateur 7.. LEAGUEW Lot Angeles 1. Boston 0, night
Ib '
S 0 l 'Mincher Allison cf 3012 Bell Telephone 17-2,in Petticoat ;Cleveland and Hinton Washington, Oil in golf exept the Open and. who hampion Deane, Beman: L ,Pet. 0.1.Phtlsdetphia Washington at Detroit, postponed rainTatty
topes 4111 4011 at Chuck Mason led Guy ,Cleve Wagner. Cleveland Fregosi. Los Angeles 2* U U34 Games
softball City
Marl pepltont' rf 1b Allen Battey 2t c> 4110 League games land with four hits in as'many Versalles New York, S.PITCHING Minnesota and Richardson still' is trying.Snead 'and "Charles. the British Open! San Frendsa 34 1* .J01 IfeSt. New York Ford 4-1 ,at Minnesota Roland
4Sl1 Goryt 3beut 4110 Park last nightJ. I .' Louis M 21 .543 34Pitt 2.Z. night
Boyer 3b 3121 tries, two home runs, a double S' decisions Bunker. I in 23' 'ting. 24 21 ,J33 4 Chicago Modem 2.2 at Cleveland John
n It 1 II rrigo P Perry led Jones'- Johnson Baltimore. 4-8. 1.000; Krailck Clevelandand has' placed -consecutive *** 2J "21 S (2-2), night'Washington
1O SJ2
aLtnz and single for one of the fin- Ford New York 5-1. J33: Miller. National He has Milwaukee 23 22 '. t (Osteen 3-4) at Detroit (Wic
0 0 0
Stafford p with four hits and Kathy ..Sb- Baltimore and Heftner Boston 4-1, JOO kersham t-4). night
i 101WIUlan'I est individual in Chicago 2 Hf f
bMoore 0000 art and J. Marshall had two performances NATIONAL LEAGUE i finished scond four, times, once ,PKY Boosters LwAnoeteT IT Baltimore Roberts 3-2). at Kansas City
p BATTING 75 at batsWUn.rM.rcago Ott- ,
in recent 21 %7.A31 V/t Segul M night
City League Play
cGonzalez ISIST:1 each Kirkpatrick & Pier- jBUt Clemente Pittsburgh, .371;. losing a playoff to Worsham, Hew York 14 Boston Connoiry Jo2'1t'd Morehead ,.4)
B 0000 Sam Smith had two bits Mays San Francisco -344. Torre. Milwaukee RESULT.330CbkaQO .
5 ii Totals 33(11 years. been YESTEIOAY-S at Los Angeles McBride 1-0 and
but has
34 on top.
J<3 White Houston. 350. never
a_Filed out for out Stafford for Bouton In thj in c:.4thrruck .Groundid > b-- son.Pat Powers and :Nell) Mann for W'mgs.TonIght's. *RUNS. Philadelphia-.Mays.; San and Francisco.Clemente 42 Pitts, AL Tuesday, Snead will be strug- i$et. Two Events:. Phuaaetpftie J.StLoula 4, Los 3 'Ageki.3.; night. !, ramINTERNATIONAL Newman 2 2l> 2. night. LEAGUE
Business L 3 San Fraaasco 1. "KtfrtCinrtonatI
out for Williams' In. nth_ each had four hits for Tung On eague 33; Williams Chicago 31; Torre. gling against 81 rivals, among Pittsburgh 7,' Milwaukee V night I WLPd GB.
Ken York ..... .... .... as* so* sit-1 games:. burgh The' P. K. Yonge:Sports and 7.Houston 4. nigftf 'Toronto 24 13 MI
New York
,. .. ., 11a-4 and P. Fuller had three for BATTED IN San them some'of the leading pro "
10'....... 'r..c Oil tit Publix RUNS Mays. Today Game .Syracuse 20 U.5n 4
POA New York J4-11. Min Hill's. Field No. 1, vs. Med Francisco. 43; Boyer, St. Loins 31; Tor. tourists, for the 39 qualifying Band Boosters Club set'p i? St touts Sadeckl 4-1 at Chicago BuN ,Jaduonvul t10< J30 5'
C- Milwaukee 327 Williams Chicago. 17 JOO
17 44
Students 6:30 Howard's TV re. 5-2 Rochester
and vs.
MtOta ,,- OP oytr. Richardson U. Minnesota R. Greggers bad three hits for ; JOy Howard. Les Angles. 24. places available in the Detroit for two events next fall at a Houston Brett 'M at New York Fisher Buffalo 20 Ml 7
PepItoN. CWA, 8; GE vs. ,Utility Dept, HITS William Chicago and Cle Columbus 11 20 .474, TV*
J.J 1 :
.* Goryl, Anen, Williams Tunas aD.d. Pam mente PttHburch. a; Mays. San FrancUca. section. Others include Bolt, meeting last'night at the SchooL Cincinnati Maloney 3-S at MJ1waukeet ,Richmond 17 21 Ml *V*
OHva Kutxk. SB- 9:30 Field No. 2 Hav-A-Tanv
MlncherBattey.2B ; HR-Lopex. Sa-R1m- Visco matchedthat for:Telephone ; ;; St. :Louis., 40.;sa.Boyer St.. Louis 'S j flood Jerry Barber, the 1961 PGA master 42. night Atlanta Results 11 25 JM '3YaYestardrt"1
Ver. vs. Pern a.em..6:30.Smith San Francisco Herbei M at Pittsburgh
Mincher. pa
ardscnr Tnsh. S-Boutinn. Co. DOUBLES dement Pittsburgh, champion Phfl Rodgers, who .Tom''Dobson, president said Uw 2.L nlghtLa Rochester, Syracuse I
**"** '''IP H. ER Bft SO Sinclair vs, Gai; sviIe Live 14; Williams. 'Chicago, 13; Cardenas there would be cookout'. in Angela DryIdaIe -4 at FDIIadetpfiia Toronto fc Buffalo 4
M 0 a
Johasen ,
Jones dndnnan Torre Milwaukee and Groat tied New Zealand's Bob Charles Atlantaaf Columbus postponed rain
3-S'V... 3 5 3 2 2 I stoc>< > Bunning 52.aigItt.AMEIUCAN
Bouton. L.: Stsmylaad Packteg vs. '
St Louis for football Jacksonville at Richmond Z. postponed.
Stafford ....,.. .2 S 2 2/1 K&P 300O183Beware Santo. Chicago 5; Camion in the British Open last year early September Todays Game ,
.... .. 1 1tTLV 2 FuJps-Radiator. 9:38. .
2 2
.. : and
wltflemt. and Mustonea Philadelphia. Clemente. Pittsburghand players, cheerleaders par- Pet 0.11. Buffalo at Toronto
.... ,. ,Sum : but lost in a playoff Labroa W L
a' J I'.I'j 5 ?Boyer St, Louis A Ten tied 2f IS A5f Rochester at Syracvsa
.. Schlitz 090M01-J 2. Also covered dish' Batflmore
Arta White:)and FuBwooeLHill's a supper
; at CommbvsJacksonville
WP-Arrle 2..PB-Howard, O:::Rung.. Harris Jr., the 1962 U., S. Ama Chicago 24 11..uf 1V4 Atlanta!
s.Hiv'Stewart. Honochfck., T-2.55. AWhen .- 001 03-- 4 84 Budweiser 016 010 x-310' HOME RUNS Mays San Francis- "and: for club members +is set Cleveland 23 14 J0 3ViMinnesola at Richmond. 2
ce. Ill Williams. Chicago 14: Howard teur champion, now a pro; 24.057I 3V.'
.:3UM. Tung Oil 172 04-14;-111 Later and Wallace McGee, Los Angeles 13, Torre Milwaukee and tourists Art. Sept 16. New York; 21 11 J3 .iVi 1 FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE
noted as
Barnes Cook. Alien, Philadelphia. 10. such pro Boston 22 n. OO 7, -Yesterdays Results>i..
Tuten and Giiks; Wallace and and STOLEN BASES Wills. Los Angeles.tor Wall Bob Goalby Johnny Pott' Bill Twedeff is chairman' of Detroit'' II '2442 11 Sarasota Daytona Beach I
: Dave Wickersham: beat Powers. f Guy Cleveland :112 016 l-' 10 Harper Ctacfanati 1U:,W. Davis. Washington ir Jt 394 12 Orlando 1. St. Petersburg 1 .
'.* Las AnoeI Aaron Milwaukee and Doug Sanders and Ken Ventun..' the committee for the cookout, Los I30 J42 13Vi Miami 3,'Tampa" 2
:MianesoU.in his:firsl wo'L.arts I Bell''Tele. PWiaTomas 090 11-=2 6 7, Wings 100 080 0-1 4 Mays San Francisco 7. chairman ., tcanuI'Angeles'.City IS 21 J4 13VYesttrtfays Fort Laudertfale'. Lakeland I:
Detroit and New York Telie Reddick publicity .
PITCHING S decision MarkhaL San Results Tadays
foeJeto9tt fee pitcher made hiscawmsrd'aflMtft I 666 5x-17 151 Brambaugh and Lucius; AtwoOd Francisco. 0-1 ....J Farrell Hous the and and Mack Johnson 'mem Cleveland X Chicago 2. night Orlando at S Daytona Bach
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lo Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 3, 1564

_ Clay Cuts Stay Snort, ,

I Cookie Now CrackerJackBy

C Argues With Nigerians' I

HAL BOCK 'his bench and there residingin .667 batting average. Of course Rojas' hitting helped Dennis .

Associated Press Sports Writer a quiet corner was utility that's much more than his sea Bennett win his seventh gamein !1l New lUrk minus sey, "you are a champion. You do this or do that. Nobody tells

infielder Cookie Rojas, a ca- son's average which is only .548 10 decisions. In addition to _/ By LLOYD GARRISON are supposed to keep your prom me what to do or when to it but

Gene Mauch reached into his reer .221 hitter. With an aver- on 17 for 31. scoring the first and fourth ises. We scheduled an exhibi- me." .

.. bag for a Cookie and came up age like that, you've got to be runs Cookie squeezed John LAGOS ,Nigeria Cassius :tion in Ibadan. Thousands have There was a stunned silence.

with a Cracker-Jack. considered excess. So Mauch The ,only thing excess about Herrnstein home with a perfect Clay went to the American Em- bought tickets to see you. We or- Finally Herbert Muhummed, a

and look. these figures is the number of bunt in the second bassy for a courtesy call today speciallyin member of
Sniffing a pennant tapped Cookie to take over for sacrifice inI,I ganized a soccer game Clay's entourage,
ing for the big trade that might Tony Taylor at second base fora headaches they've been caus- ning. and wound up in a bitter verbal your honor. We invited impor- said:

bring one the Philadelphia couple of ing rival NL managers. ,,' duel with his Nigerian hosts, tant officials to banquets. You "Well now, I think we all
Phillies decided to display some Rojas continued his hot And to rub salt into Los An- who charged that he had brokena were picked to judge the Mis s agree this is of no concern to
friend Ed .
wounds old
of their excess talent last week 14 Hits streak with two hits against the geles' promise to spend eight days Nigeria contest on Saturday." Mr. Scott and these nice embassy -
hurled the ninth inning
in the That was a week ago and Roebuck here. who've asked
hopes of drumming some "If leave us now you'llmess folks us
Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday '
business in the National Leaguer Taylor hasn't started a game night as Philadelphia maintained and set the Dodgers down 123. The incident took place in the everything up," Bassey around. This is just a little mis-

market place.Manager since. Rojas has 14 hits in 21 its National League lead Turned Tables office of Walter K. Scott the said angrily. understanding."

Mauch looked down at bats since:taking over for a with a 4-3 victory. Spahn was breezing with a 5-1 COOKIE ROJAS deputy chief of mission. The "Now, look." Clay replied The group filed out, shaking

t L .- '.'/ lead and a five-hitter through Hot Streak participants included Gay or wagging his finger "I don't hands and smiling but the bit-
Cookie scored the Phillies' innings when the Reds Mohammed AH as he prefersto appreciate terness remained.
1 anybody telling me to
I National League 1 first run when he doubled,,stole!,suddenly turned the tables. A(I I be known his five-man en- Clay was scheduled to give a

third and came in on Richie Al- four-run eighth tied it and then tourage, Hogan (Kid) Bassey, PluHi er's radio interview and he and his

Jen's long fly. After Ken McMul- run-scoring hits by Deron John-I Close Wins Nigeria's former world feather- Nigerian hosts drove away in

Night. Came Night Cam len's two-run homer had tied it son and Frank.Robinson won it weight champion, and other Ni- Takes inPlummer's ,three cars. But downtown Clay

HOUSTON all r" III NEW YORK abrhbi' LOS ANGELES abrhbi. PHILADELPHIA abrhbiW at 3-3 in thet op of the seventh, in the ninth. Mark gerian Sports Council officials. stopped his car and got out saying *

Spangler If 5000 McMillan ss S 21 0 Davis cf A' 0 0 RoilS 2b>> 3221 Rojas 'opened the Phillie half Play Scott said he was sorry to Barbers downed he wanted "to get me a record
Fox 2b :3120 Hunt 2b 2220White Wills ss 4110 Allen 3b 2011 The Braves built the big lead I "
3b 4120 Gonder c 3001 Gllliam 3b 4 0 0 0 Callison rf 3000 with a single. hear that Clay was cutting short Spotlites 17-5 and player.
Bond rf 5122 ChrTpher rf 101 2 T.Davls If 4011 Covington If 2 01 1 early with two-run homers by HIGH SPRINGS A pair of his stay to fly to Cairo tomor- Community
Ib 3121Staub Howard rf 4110 aWlne ss 0000 Russell's Barbers Sun-
cf 5110 edged
Allen's and inten-
Ib 4011 Hick an cf 4 0 0 0 McM'len Ib :3112 Gonzalez cf 3 0 0 0 single an Gene Oliver and Denis Menke one-run wins marked softball row. Clay said he was sorry, too,
Kasko ss 3010 Altman If 3011Crete dRoseboro 1000 Herrnsfn Ib 4 1 3 0 tional walk loaded the bases the blows. Oliver also hada land Training Center 5-4 in' .
c :3 0 0 1 aD Smith If 1 1 0 0 Camllti c 3010 Daliypie e 3 0 0 oTracetill key play here last North but he had been delayed in Gha- Carmanella's"Gainesville's
Johnson p 3 01 0 C. Smith 3b 4 1 0 0Woodesh'k I 2b 3 0 0 0 bTriaixtos c 1 0 0 0 and Cookie trotted home with solo homer. night> as na before flying here yesterday. Community League Softballgames

Larsen p p 0 0000 0 0 0 Stallard p 2000 0000 'Ortega Brewer p p 2000 1010 Amaro Bennett ss-bl p 2000 3100 the winning run when Ron Per- Bob Veale hurled a five-hitter Florida Telephone Co. won from at Lincoln Field. I

eRoberts 1000 Taylor 1011 Perran'skl p. 10 0 0 cSlevers 1000 ranoski walked Wes Covington. for his second straight victoryover Rebels and Southeast Trans- "Besides," said the heavy- Davis and Anderson had two' FavoriteGarden
0 0 0 0 Roebuck p. 0000 I
Raymond Tetals p341114Totals 311 0aRon a Totals 33343 Totals 27.4 7 2aRln the Giants and his fifth formers topped Spurs both by weight champion "they've got hits each for Plummer's while of Eating"now ,
for Altman In 7th; b Doubled for Covington in Tttu b-Filed Extended Lead win in decisions. He struck 7-6 scores. big things lined up for me in Brown and Foreman had two I j
for Wakefield In Tttu e-Filed cut for out for Dalrymple In 7th; c Groundedout The with SanFrancisco's eight featuring:
Larsen In Oth. for Bennett In tth; d-Grounded out victory coupled out nine and walked four. Cario. Nasser wants to see me safeties each for Spotlites.
................... 401100 00-4 for McMullen In 9th 3-1 loss to Pittsburgh Lanier led leading TelephoneCo. laid SUMMER COLD '
HIlUI' and for
New York" ................. 101 000 SOx-J< lei Angeles ............. 1M MO 200-1 extended the ,Phillies' The Pirates grabbed a quick they on big doings Sammy Ezell led whiningRussell's
Philadelphia ........... 1M 000 lOx-4 with two singles and win- me two months ago. It's more
E-McMillan Fox. White. POAHouston lead lead in the second inning'when with a pair of blows.Plummer's .J PLATES
to.IVt In
34-11. New York 2710. DP-Johnson.Kaefco McMullen. POA-Los Angeles 247. league games. ning hurler Phelps fanned 10. important than Nigeria."
Houston 10. New Philadelphia 27-*. LAB-Los Angeles 3. Willie Stargell tripled, Gene 611 18-17 9 1 ,
and Staub. LOB- other NL games. Cincinnati railed Johnny Western had
a homer the 706 W. Ave.Ph. .
Philadelphia 9. Bassey gripped arms of University
f. Clen- 015
York Freese doubled and Donn Spotlites 211 9 5.
28-WhIte. Johnson. Kranepool. Taylor. 20-Wills. Rolas. HR-McMullen. SB- to beat Warren Spahn and and single for Southeast Trans- his leather chair if to .
as trying 6-0666
F-Crot. ._ Rolas S Rolas. Gonzalez. SF-A'len denon singled for two runs. Jim Sunland 00400-442
Milwaukee 7-5 New York
H R ER IIHO IP H R ER 18 SO came two doubles. from in
Johnson ........" 41-37 4 4 1 2 Ortega ......... 1232 3 3 4 0 from behind and whipped Hous- Davenport's fifth-inning single keep rising anger. Russell and McArthur; Thomas | For Carry-Dull a
U 1-4 1-3 l' 3 0 1 0 Brewer. L 0-1 ... 11.3 5 1 1 1 f "Cairo is not more importantthan
Wood'lck Larsen ...... ..... 1.> 0 0 0 0 1 Perranoskl ..... 2 0 0 0 2 2 ton 7-4 and Chicago downed St.: delivered the only Giant run. Tomorrow night's games will Nigeria he blurted out.
........ 1 0 0 0 1 2 Bennett, W. 7.3 .. 0 4 3 3 0 A Mar- $
Raymond send
SlllIlrd ........ 13 S 1 1 0 0 Roebuck ....... 1 0 0 tf 0 0 Louis 52.yesterday. Five Runs Rebels against Southeast "Nigeria is the biggest countryin EARL C. MAY
Wakefield W. 1.1 <2-l A 0 0 0 1 The Mets trailed 4-2 going into Transformers at 8 and Spurs
i.....-,. ............. 2 1. 0 Africa I
HBP-By Woodeshick. 2 (Gonder Kran the seventh when three hIts, two meet Carlon at 9:15.: "One out of five peoplein and ;
pool U-OonatelH. Landes. Steiner, Bar. first Federal Colt errors and a pair of hit Rebels 300 03-6 2 every "
Africa lives in
lick. T-2.38. A 14,533. Nigeria of- JACK C. MAY
Night Came batters produced five runs and Telephone Co. 211 3x-7 6 fered Scott.
ab r h b! ab rhbl the victory. I Floyd and Roberts; Phelps and "Well," said Clay, stiffening F Representing y 1
Kuenn 1Mb 3 0 0 0 Schofleld si 40 O 0 York spotted Houston a
D'venp'rt 2b 3 0 2 1 Mota cMf 44011 Wins in Sixth New Lanier. "isn't Egypt the powerfullest
J-Atou Mays cf rf 2010 4000 Stargell Clemente If rf 4 4110Hart 0 1 0 4-0 lead and then got 8 2-3 innings Spurs 202 002 0-6 10 country with all them rockets a.a The Equitable Life

3b 4010 Vlrdon cf 0000 of airtight relief from Bill SE Trans. 210 202 x-7 8 and their big and their 4 .r Assurance Society

McCovey Ib If 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Clenden'n Freese 3b Ib 3 4111Peterson 0 3 1 First Federal scored three in a Dixie League Wakefield and Frank Lary to Gibson and Diedeman; McLeod dams?" army I Phone FR 2-3576 !

Crandall ss e 3 4000 1 1 0 Maiei-skl Pagilaronl 2b e 4110Oarrldo 1000 I runs in the sixth inning to gaina game at Stephen Foster.In win it. and Aubel. "Mr. Mohammed," said Bas- J to A .'

Hendley p 2000 McF'lane C 2 0 0 0 9-6 win over Johnson & Faris other Midget League play, Hot-hitting Billy Williams had II

bM. Alou p 0000 0000 Veale PShaw 2010 Lions Chesnut'sabrh Gainesville Shopping Center three hits including his 14th

cHiller 1 0 S0,0T. ab r h downed Florida Pest Control 5-2 homer and ran his league-lead-
Totals 301 S2 /h3, Latsco 2b S 1 2.3. Blanch p 200
Grounded out for McCovey In Esse lb 4 0 1 T. Bass ss 310 in the Rebel at Metcalfe, Sudden lug average to .422 against St.I 405 N.W.
b-Hlt by pitch for Hendley In 7th c- Smith 3b 400R. Bass If 210 Open
Struck out for Shaw In th. Crosby P 400 Toml"ns'n 4b 3 3 2 Service Oil won from University Louis as the Cubs won their n&
San Fraacac.Plffsburgh ,. .. .. .. .,. 10111. 000-1 Rick aa 1 1 3 F. Blanch! c 4 1 3 City Kiwanis 10-4 in the Westernat sixth in the last seven games. iij7;
,........... OMOOOlOx-i Myers C 221 Duncan Ib 411 7 13th St.Phone
Deux If 1 1 0 Soles cf 202 Littlewood and Chesnut's beat Ron Santo, Billy Cowan and a.m. .
Hart. PO-A-San Fran- Kessler rf 100 Marvin rf 211
Cisco Pagilaronl 24-14. Pittsburgh 2712. DP-Maieroskl. Abbott cf 2 1 1 Wooley 2b 100 Lions 9-6 in the National at Kir- Jim Schaffer also homered for
Schofleld and Clendenon; Scho Tuss'ng'r If 100 Sanders 2b 201 by Smith. Chicago and Larry Jackson went to I
/ and Clendenon. LOB-San FranciscoI Krilzmln d 1 0 0 Wheeler rf 101
I. Pittsburgh 7. Johnson cf 000 Jones cf 210 Two pitchers for Gainesville the route to beat his ex-team- TIRE CITY
jB-Freese. H.rf.p HSIROERBBSO Eagle H 100
Wooley ss 100 !Building Trades combined for mates. 7 FR2.5030.SPRING
Hendley. U A-A .. 6 ? 2 2 2 i Totals 2110 Tetals 30 f 13 m.
Shaw .... .... ; 1 1 0 3 I a no-hitter in a 15-0 win over
Veale, W 5-3 .... 5 5 Lions on no-4 ,
HBP- Veale (M. Alou). U-Weyer CII..nuts 302 MX- Baptist D.O.W. at Finley in an
Conlan Harvey Venzon. T-2:20. A DIXIE LEAGUE American League fray. J.

JS7.Snorts first add National First Federal. Johnson' & Faris Strack went three innings fan-
ab r h ab r* CLEARANCE SALE
CINCINNATI Night MILWAUKEE McCullom S. 411 Maclean 000 ning six, and A. Lee finishedup
Drum Orton 433 Walsh' 1 0 0 '
Rose 2b Orhbl S 1 2 0 Carty If 4000 Vergnson 41 2 Llnzmayer 21 1 striking out seven in his I
Newbury 4 0 1 Boles 21 0
Harper cf If S 3 2 1 2 1 0 2 Mathews Aaron rf 3b 4 4000 0 1 0 ShepardWeseman 4 1 2 McGllvary 2 1 0 three innings., John Fuller led g

Johnson Pinson Ib SOl 2 Torre C 1\[ 0 0 Yaxley 300 000 Scott Strickland 21 100 1 the attack with a homer, two I When you come to Tire City you
Ib 4 2 2 3
Cardenas Robinson rt ss S S 1 12 1 1 0 Oliver Alou cf 3110 B. Orton 100 Bryant 300 ,doubles and two singles for five 't hy Pay More?
S. Sabatella .
100 Boles 31 1
Edwards 30 C 4 4011 0 a 1 Menke Boiling ss 2b All a 0 0 aBoros 0Nuxhall J. Sabetella 10 0 Benz 1 1 0 hits in as many trips. cm&L buy 1st Line & Premium Tires at
210 3
Awbrey 01
p 1000 dCline 1000 I S. Orton led First Federal
Means 220 Stokes
0 0 200 2nd
Skinner 1000 Spahn p 3 1 a lower cost than you can buy
Emo 1 0 0
Jay p 0000 Sadowskl p 0 0 0 0 DeitdamWobles 200 with three hits and Vergasonand

bCelcman 0000 1000 eMay. r 1000 100 Sherard had two apiece. & 33rd line tires at other places. I
McCool p Totals JO f f Totals 244 ,
cKeough 1110 Boles and Scott hit home runs. 1101. ORS
Duren p 0000Tetals First Federal 104 .IJ
40 713 7 Tetals 32 5 t S Johnson Faris 400 020-4- Shopping Center got three Take advantage of these low-low

b-Struck Grounded out for cut Jay for In Nuxhall 7th c-Doubled In Sthj REBEL LEAGUE runs in the fourth inning in its 114 S. Main S

for McCool In ,Fouled th, -out Struck for Sadowskl out for Florida Pest Cent Sbepplng Center win. Greg Mead had two hits, Phone 372695. prices before going on your sum-
Boiling In Tthi t-
abrh atr r h both homers in the first and
In 9th.Clnclnnal Andrews Ib 300 Rafferty IS 3,1 ,
................ I" 000 142-7 Scruggs p 300 Large 2b :301 fourth innings, and Todd Rains- 1P mer vacation.
Milwaukee ............... t\t 400 00 -S Monroe cf 300 Mead cf 322 ,
Good Sat.
homered for the winners Prices
Cincinnati J7S. Milwaukee Lewis 3b 3 1 1 Stuart p 310 berger \
27-12. LOB-Cincinnati I. Milwaukee Yates ss 300D. Mead c 311 in the fourth. 1 _
.. Wilson If 300 Wlrtt ib 200 We Honor All I Major Oil Credit
Edwards. Ke- Garret 2b 300 Ralnsbrg'r 3b 2 1 1 Sudden Service got four runs
2. Robinson.
2B-Harper Rounotree rl 211 Revell If 200 T
eugh. Aaron. 38-Plnson HR-Ollver a. Raper eDampler 200 Copper rf 200 in the second and four more i l r Cards Sears Penneys and American
Menkt. ,
SO cf 100 Farrell 000 in fourth in its win. Wooten I
IP H R ER BB Condo If 1 00 the r f hi I
Nuxhall .4 S S 5 2 4 I Tetals 212 2 Totals 23 S i had two hits for losing Kiwanisand Credit Cards.
.. Express
Jay .. 2 00 0 10 OLD CROW r :
McCool W. i-0- ... 2 2 0 0 13 Florida Pest Control tot 011-2 Sute had three for the win \
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Duren 1 0 0 0 01 Shopping Center 100 31 x-5
Spahn ...'...," 71.3.9 S S 13 AMERICAN LEAGUE .ners. 86 Proof Bourbon 1

Sodowskl.l.2-S WP-Nuxhall. U..-11.1.Pryor, Secory 2 2 Burk-1 1 O-vllle Bldg.a Trds.r h Baptist D.O.W.a ab. r h I F. Bianchi had three hits. for SPECIALS Diamond PREMIUM

rtart Sudol. T-3.41. A-4.73. Cross ss 32 2Mke H'gn 2b 300 Chesnut's while Tomlinson and

ST. LOUIS abrhbi. CHICAGO abrhbt Strack Paglnnl.p 411 2 0 0 Richardson Lamoyne ss 3b 300 2 0 Phil Soles had a pair. Rich had I $ 29 \ WEEKEND 36
4000 guarantee
Clemens Flood Cf If 3001 4000 Stewart Rodgers 2b ss 3000 Lee Mender ID hal! 01 331 0 C.Murphy Hogan If 100 100 three hits for losing Lions. Soles 4 mos.

Groat ss 4001 Williams If All Fuller 2b 535 Feather. Ib 200 also made a fine fielding playto i
Boyer 3b 4000 Santo 3b 31 2 1 Tucker rf 4 2 2 Smith. cf 100 :
White Ib 4 1 2 0 Brock rf 4000 Morgan 2 1 1 K. Hogan 100 cut off two Lion .runs in the Black White
McCnrver c 101 0 Banks Ib 4110 Phil pol. c 12 1 Hummel rf 000 first
Warwick rf 101 1 Cowan cf 11 21 Ferg'sn cf 000 Ruff, 100 inning. Diamond SAFETY LUX $995
Javier 2b 4000 Schaffer c 3-1 2 2
Simmons p 2 01 0 Jackson p 3000 Labelle Potter 1 200 0 OMatt Frank Hogan p c 20 2 0 0 0 600x13......... 15.52 .......... 16.95
Taylor p 0000 0100 Cowart B If 200 ;.. ;; :: __, i .1
Long Crevasse 200 Total It 10 18
Shantz p 0 0 0 0Tltlls Totals 34 15 13O'vllla i TAAKA mos. guarantee 650x13 .......... 16.52......... 18.95
33 2 S 2 Totals Mill
Building Trades 415 041-15 I
Walked for TAylor In Ith. :
St. Lewis ................. 000 SOS 11t-2 Baptist. Kiwanis DOW. Suddee' MO Service 00U.C. *- 0 Black White 600x13 700x13......... 16.52.......... 18.95
Chicago ............... 000 302 OOn-5 cab r k ab .- \\'h .fA >I- 80 Proof VODKA ,

E-Rodgers. Santo. Boyer. Po-A-St. Foshee Springfield rf-zb 31 310 1 Suter Kelly ss cf 433 4x21 :_ :--" $325 650x13 750x14......... 16.95 .......... 20.95

Groat Louis J4-1J.and White Chicago Jackson 27.12. Stewart DP-Taylor.and Ponzlo Cf 3 01 Beard Ib 411 41 1 600x13 ...... 11.95 .... .. 13.95 700x13
Stewart p-22 301 Wilmot rf
Banks LOB-St. Louis f Chlcaoo 7. Stewart poll 300 Proctor rf 000 FUTURAFull 5TH 800x14 .........18.95 .......... 22.95
2B Williams. White. HR Williams. Schapiro l p-ss 3 21 Shelton p :310 650x13..12.95..16.95 750xH
Santo Cowan Schaffer. SB Schaffer. Sin Abovt-Groufid Barclay's GIN
S-Jackson. Woolen Jones If 3b 200 302 Wolfson Slaughter If If 100 100 SWIMMING POOLS 80 Proof 850x14......... 19.95 .........23.95 I

Simmons L. 6-4 ..31-3 IP *H R S' ER 5 II 2 SO 3 Seartes King 2b If 100 100 Yates Simpson If If 000 100 From $1149 plus I 700x13 .......... 13.95 .........16.95 800x14
Taylor .. .. .. ... 12.3 1 0 0 ''I 1 Perry rf 200bl2 310 freight and installation $329 900x14 .......... 19.85 .......... 24.95
Shanty ........ ..1 0 0 0 0 0 850x14
Shelton Ib 100 Sapp 3b 301 SUDDEN SERVICE
Jackson W. 7-4 f 5 2 1 1 5 Holland Ib 200 Adams C 310 1 I 750x14 .......... 13.95 .........16.95
HBP-By Jackson (Clemens). U-Smith. Totals 27 4 S Tetals 3110 7 OIL CO. 900x14 950x14 .......... 20.95 .......... 26.95

Gorman.A-S 129. Pelekoudas. Williams. T-2:15. U. C Klwanls 1M 111- 4 6.4404 800x14 .......... 15.95 .......... 17.85
Sodden Service 140 41 K-i __ 950x14 600x15..15.95..17.95850x14

.......... 16.95 ,.........19.35
600x15 650x15 .......... 15.95 .......... 17.95

Copeland 670x15 .......... 11.95 ........,.12.95 650x15
I 670x15 .......... 16.95 .........19.95

Nips Legion WI! i. 710x15......... 12.95 .......... 14.95 670x15
710x15......... 17.85 .......... 21.95

__ 760x15......... 14.99 .........15.95 710x15
In SoftballALACHUA __ I 760x15 760x15 .......... 18.85 .......... 23.95

\ I 800x15 .......... 16.95 .......... 17.95
Copeland scored ____ 'k : 800x15820x15 800x15 .... .19.45 .......... 25.95
Add 2.00 for Tubeless
three runs in the last inning to .
All prices plus tax. 820x15 .......... 20.45 . .. 26.95
nip Legion 10-9 and Alachua t g

Milling Co. tallied five timesin

the final frame to down Lions Black Slightly Blemished All Prices plus tax.
ANY SIZE-Exchange-White or
12-9 in Alachua softball games Top Quality Nylon,
last night. L ft P

tJ RECAPS 9.95 Add 2.88 for Pre-

Hal Ingram had two triplesand l' : I m ? mium Nylon odd BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE

a home run for Copeland I'" .
2.88 for Tubeless.
15 Mos. To Pay-
while Whitney had a homer and
single and Martin and and 2.88 for White-
two singles each. Andy Strick- ,,,,cal 1.

land homered for losing Legion. 8.95 Prices plus tax. Open Your Account by Phone '.
Bud Riviere had a single, IMPROVEMENT FINANCING PLANenables

double and triple for Alachua

Milling while Bill Riviere had YOU.to remodel landscape and modernize now I

three singles. Imler homeredfor
Lions and English and Why wait for the improvements your home per ou. TczrrjC2ot, large or small wH FREE FREE

Lunceford had two hits' apiece. needs now? Associates Home Improvement be handled promptly-in strictest cpnfi- .

Tomorrow night Copeland wiT financing Plan will provide the money yon dence. Write or telephone the Associate! t

play Lions and Legion will met teed today! The Associates offer "Look. office near you for an appointment. 0 vcr TIRE CITY

Alachua Milling Co. First game \head Borrowing"plans for any responsible 600 offices in the U. S. and Canada. Front End

Is at 8 o'clock. AlignmenrInspection Brake'I

Legion 241 20- 9 5 A FJntnetng Pltn For Every Nod I I

Lions 220 33. 10 11 -

Gay and Munn; Martin and In- A ASSOCIATESFINANCE 405 N.W. 13th St.
Open 7 a.m.
gram. INC.
Open 7 a.m.
Alach. 1001325-1212

Lions Mill. 211 230 09 8 1321 .N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE..372-2551 To 7 p.m. Phone FR 2-5030 To 7 ,.m. !

Emerson and Bud Riviere;

Curls and Lunceford.

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. .I r'/ednesday, June 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

Business Bright About LBJ On Starts Action Of, Road in Bronson

............. Zoning

By 14!. J. ROSSANT !senhower's"businessman's" ad government were partners, they Kennedy was labeled "anti-bus-his attack on business myths InterStateThe Will Keep Its GapBy
NEW YORK Whether busi-:ministration. have had the feeljng that they mess." even though few businessmenwere

rssmen follow the. example of : It did not take a major shift now have a friend in the White Economic historians cannot' prepared to defend them. -- ....

lenry Ford 2D and vote for in policy to win the confidenceof House. I yet make any decisive judge In contrast, businessmen feel Alachua County Commission BUZZ MIXSON Watson, called on the commissioners

President Johnson next November businessmen. They were The President's policies are I II ments. But style'seems to be at home with President Johnson. began action yesterday Sun Area Editor to request the State

it is clear that they have surprised and impressed by I pretty much a continuation of i the main difference between They know he is disposed to leading to the probable zoningof BRONSON The "missing Road Department to build a

confidence in him and his policies. Johnson's decision to cut backon I those set by his predecessor. At I Johnson and Kennedy. use the power of his office as both 1-75 and the Waldo Rd. link" of State Road 337 through pedestrian overpass spanningU.

\ The mood in the business government spending, which the same time, he inherited an I The business community was fully as Kennedy, but they understand The commission directed that Bronson, according to present S. Highway 19 in front of

and investment community is helped to gain speedy passageof economy that was in remarka- suspicious of President Kenne- his way of operating.He survey plans, will have a missing the Chiefland High SchooL

brighter than at any time since tax reductions. Since he declared -bly good shape. But he is being I dy's intellect and his reformist may be even more firmly the planning board 'schedule link after, and if, construction Commissioners pointed out they

I the early years of President EiI that businessmen and hailed as "pro-business" while approach. It was annoyed at committed to the price-wage hearings on complete zoning is completed. I had already requested the SRDto

guide lines that business dislikes needs for a strip of land up to At the request of the Bronson make a survey of the pro

; but this does not seem to 1,000 feet bordering the west City Council, the Levy County I posed overpass and that the

,it BUSINESS MARKET matter either. There is continuity side of the Waldo Road. Commission yesterday agreed. SRD had replied that the sur-

but with a difference. to the rerouting of the segmentof vey would have to wait until

I WORTReaders' This bright new mood will The commission also directedan .337, which will take it from the next school term starts.

REVIEW V help to keep the expansion. in investigation of its power and SR 24 on a slightly meanderingcourse The commissioners also received
business activity rolling along. responsibility concerning zoningto to dead-end at SR 500. budget requests for the
The increases in corporate out control advertising signs Originally, the commissionershad coming fiscal year from the

lays for new plant and equipment along 175. adopted a plan of havingthe Levy Soil Conservation District,
are, in effect, a vote of 337 follow Chairman
segment Pennsyl- $1,000 (requested by
4 I I I II TODAY'S DOW JONES confidence in the Johnson ad- In other matters the Board: vania Ave. through Bronson, to Charles Hardy); State Boardof

ministration. So are the hikes in -decided to make no changein SR 500. Construction would Forestry for the farm forester

": Request 813.78 |: Indust. :I up 1.24 corporate been dividends, which have the route of a proposed county have continued on the other program, $2,000)) and from the
t 206.15 | Rails off 0.55 records.continually hitting new road extending SW 23rd Ter. be 'side of SCO to link up with the Suwannee River Valley Author-

S The following market quotationsart I I 139.78 I Util! I up 0.33 There is no sign that businessmen tween SR 331 and the Archer SR 337 segment headed south. ity, requesting a continuance of
requested specifically by readers i Under the plan approved yesterday the $1,000 annual appropriationto
ef the Sun financial 1 page. The quotaSTOCK 288.50 | Stocks I up 0.17 are going overboard. Theyare
: tions are furnished by LISTINGS Rd.The I the 337 section will take the Authority.
'II showing restraint in their
4,170,000 I Volume I 1,740,000 commission had studied ,off from SR 24, follow Bean
Pierce WoIbeniMurpiey accumulation of inventories and UF Student
the !St. and Pennsylvtnia Ave. a
in other areas where excesses possibility of shifting its
Anodyne 4% MUTUAL FUND I short distance, come out on
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NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE usually develop. attempts to acquire rightofwayto
Citizens Bank _ _34 Late I Court St. (in front of the court- Cited ForHeroism
Affiliated Fund V V 8.79 MorningN. Stock market prices, for example different routes, but Commissioner the
house and continue
Com Corp 23% Capital Life & Gr 10.04 bear a fairly close relationship Sid Martin.reported that ) past
Church SR 500. At
Abbott Lab __ 2.40 38 Conn Lt & Pow 37% Divers Growth 9.74 Y. ListingAlcoa to both present and the same problems cropped up Baptist to Council
Allied Chem 1.80 53 Cowles Mag ? Pb 11% Dividend Shares V 3.73 prospective earnings. T rue, along all the proposed routes. the request of the City ,
construction on the south side Lt. Cmdr. P.
prices have registered a big James Spillis,
Amerada Pt ____ 19.90
2.00 85 Dreyfus
Dunn & Bradst 61% ------- 71% IntNick 79% rise since the 1962 decline, but -decided to run a 1.3 mile of 500 will not be done at present -University of Florida student in

Am Elc Pow 1.16b 40* First West. Financial 15% Fidelity Capit 11.27 AmAli43b IntPap 31% profits have advanced even county road off the Fairbanks because the proposed route education and naval reservist,
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Amer Enka 1.40a 57% Fidelity Fund 17.76 AmBrk 52% Jones&L 76
Florida Gas _ 11% Trend _V 18.64 faster, especially in recent County Road into a small would bring it too close to resi- has been awarded the Navy'sAir
Amer Hone
1.44a 67 Fidelity AmBdPar 35% KaisAl 36% cluster of Fairbanks homes, and
dences.In .
Medal for his in
months. part rescue -
Amer M Fdy .90 21 Fla Tele 27% Fund'tal Invest ,__ 10.85 AmCan 44% Ken'cott 80% ordered that
attempts begin to action the in the t-
other yesterday operations o s
Whether confidence be
Armco Stl __ 3.00 71% Forrest Labs 22% Income of Boston 8.35 AmCyan 64V4 Lig&My 75% can
keel is difficult acquire an 80-foot( rightofwayfor commissioners accepted the low Gator Bowl fire at the Hotel
Atcb'Topka 1.20a 31% Founders Life ___---__ 9% Incorporated Inc V 9.89 AmMot 13* Loch'd 33% kept on an even
to determine. The notion that the road. bid of $2,100 submitted by F. K. Roosevelt in Jacksonville.
Franklin Life ._ 571/g K-2 5.51
Baxter Lab .36 23% Keystone V AT&T 137V4 Lorillard 43%
Great American 13\ S-3 16.36 Johnson can do no wrong is so Schneider Jr. of Yankeetownfor Navy decorations were approved
Beckman In 53% Keystone V VV AmTob 32% Mag'vox 31%
Beech U S ,_ 1.10 48 Grolier _.- 38 Keystone S-4 V 4.70 AmpxCp 15% MM&M 58% firmly entrenched that any contrary County'sRoad construction of restroomsand by the Secretary of the

Bristol My __ .80 65% Gulf Life .-__________________________- 5H. Life Investors V V 20.45 Anaconda 41% Mohasco 13% evidence might create a a septic tank at the county Navy for six men involved in

Brown Shoe 3.40 Herff Jones __---___________-_- 13% Life Stock Fund _ 7.97 : Armour 50% Mons'to 77 problem. park at the end of SR 40 near the emergency operations. All

Brunswick __. 9 Home Ins --__----___---__--- 66V. Mass Inv Stock _ 16.46 ACL 71% MontWd 36 Thus the business communitywould Toll Yankeetown. men were associated with the

Cambell S __- 2.40 36% Jax Minlt Mkts ...?.??..?...._+ 6% Mass. Inv Growth ______ 8.68 Babcock 27% NatDair 80% be disillusioned if the Other bids on the project Naval Air Reserve Training
Kennasaw Life 11% Pioneer Fund __ 9.57 President's magic touch in the ranged to a high of $3,450. Unit in Jacksonville.A .
Carter Pdt ___ -__--- l.OOa 17% BethStl 36 NatDist 25% up
Case J I 15% Life of Fla 5% Puritan Fund _ 9.53 Boeing 49% N.AmAv 46% ,rail negotiations failed to work Runs HighAlachua Commissioner John Yearly, Lt. helicopter assisted flown by in the lifting then

Cessna Air _- -_ 1.00 25% Lowes Company 19% Putnam Growth 15.60 Borden 72% Penney 51% equally well in the automobile who has spearheaded the rest .'eight Spillis off the roof of

Ches Ohio __ 4.00 76% Milgo Electron ----_-__-_-- 10% TV & Elec -. 7.99 Brunswk 9% PRR 31% negotiations.This and Levy Counties' roo m project, immediately ask- the persons hotel in December.
Coas S Gas 31 Mort Guaranty Ins _______ 28 Value Line Inc __ 5.53 CaterTr 31% PepCola 54% is a lot to ask, but Johnson's mileage death rates are well ed that a dirt road leading into Lt.burning Cmdr.

CBS -________-__________ _.1.80b 44% Pacific SW Air 44% Wellington Fund V 14.98N Celanese 70 PhillPet 48% own abilities have con- above the state average of 6.2 the restroom site be stabilized active Spillis in, on the tempo.rary Naval
t Comb Eng .. 1.20 27 Schlitz Brew ._ ._. 47% Chrysler 47% PhilMor 80 vinced them that he will do it. for the months of January and so that the contractor could haul duty
Reserve at the time of the hotel
Y S E Most Active Stocks The trouble is that if he does
Cone Mills _-- .80 19 SecurLife&Tr-58 CocaCola 126 RCA 31% February, the Florida State Department -his materials in. The commissioners -disaster Na-
is furloughed
Cont Air -_______ .40 23% Southern Nitro. -- 18%I Complete Vol. Close Chg. CornEd 48% Rep Stl 44 get involved and is successfulin of Safety announced.This approved this request. tional Airlines, a pilot.
Contl Ins 2.20 55% Southern Nitro. 18%' 208 500 Tex Gulf Sulp 5 off 1% ConEdis 83% Revlon 34 achieving a settlement that rate is based on numbersof The Chiefland Lion's Club

Contrl Data 104* Travelers Ins --. 45% 56 000 Studebaker 7Vi off % ContCan 50% ReyTob 43% businessmen regard favorably, deaths per 100 million vehicle -'submitted a resolution to the

) Corn Pdts 1.50 61 54 700 Curtis Pub 12% off % DowChe 70V4 StReg P 31 it may invite a wave of over- miles traveled. I commissioners, going on recordas 248 Sick

__ AMERICAN STOCK 53 800 57% unch confidence that could upset the
Delta Air 1.60 81% Chrysler duPont 257 Seaboard 47% favoring the purchase or
balance Alachua County's rate is 14.9
Det SteelEmerson ________- .60 15 53 000 RCA.31JA. off% EAL 31% Sears 113E.Kodak and the momentum of rental of voting machines for
EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen while Levy County's is 15.7. The
p El -_-_ 1.00 42% 52 900 Xerox 106% off 1% 133% Sinclair 47 economy. following counties are Marion, use in elections. In Typhoid

Fair Camera .50g 23 V 31 36 000 Cornl Solvents 33 up ]/ Firestone 37% Socony 80% The Chiefland City Commis-
Club 9.2; Clay, 7; Bradford 4. Union
: Finan'l Fed .----- 51% Analex Corp 26 40 500 Pure Oil 48% off 1% FlaPw 46% SouthnC 32% I Boys' and Gilchrist counties had sion, through Mayor P. Eric

Fst Chartr __--__ 1.97f 36% Aqua Chem -_-..-.-....._.--.-., 16% 35 200 West Air L N 35% off% FIaP&L 74V4 SperryR 15% To Be ClosedThe deaths for the period. no EpidemicABERDEEN
; FIaECst 14% Aurora Plastics V 36 33 400 NY Central 36% off 1 Ford 52% Stbrand 77%

Food Fair __ .90 23% Barnes Engineer _________ 21 31 900 AM Photo 9% up % Frmst Da 11% StO NJ 85% Boys' Club will be closed Total persons killed in the 3 From Area Scotland (AP, -

FMC Corp ._- 1.00 55% ,Butler Shoe No Sale 31 800 Penn RR 31 off % FreptSul 34% Studebak 7% Thursday and Friday of this state was 267 out of 27,766 accidents The growing typhoid epidemicin
A Frito Lay 45 'Chromaloy V V 18 31 200 Gen Motors 86% off % FruehTr 29% Swift 51% week for staff orientation and reported. In Mac h u a Earn Degrees Aberdeen has turned Scot

GenTe1e _- .88 32 I Cinerama 6 27 600 Amer Motors 13% off % GenDyn 27% Texaco 78% general cleanup in preparationfor County, nine persons killed in At StetsonThree C5 land's leading resort into a

Ga Pacif ..___ -___-.-. l.OOb 64% Computer Sci _____________ 15% 26 700 AM Tel&Tel 137% off 1 GenE 80% Thiokol 13% the start of the summer pro- 376 accidents; ,Levy County, I pariah city.
Getty Oil .10g 2 I Cutter Labs A 16% V GenFds 83% UCarb 124V4 gram. It will reopen Saturdayat three out of 49; Marion six out

Grace Co __,_ l.OOb 56% ,Data Control 39% GenMills 39 UnitAirc 45% 9 a.m. of 300; Clay, one out of 48; Brad. area students received The epidemic, which has!
Hel Curtis .80 18% Fulton Inds ..----.u.. ... _., 9 Dow Jones Stock AveragesOdd GenMtrs 86% UnFruit 21% All Buddy Baseball League one out of 25. In Gilchrist County degrees at Stetson University caused the death of one woman,

IBM 5.00 475% Gen Develop ._ 4% Lot Transactions Goodrich 50% USSteel 55% players should report to theBoys' no deaths in 14 accidents; Union Monday in the University's 81st continues unchecked. The total
VV Club for uniforms !- graduation of identified cases reached 248
Int Min C _. 1.80a 72% Mackey Airlines .- 6% Goodyr 41% UnivMat 11% Saturday County, none out of nine. ceremony.A
I schedules, and picturesat total of 26 graduated. today and 39 suspected cases
Jnt TeleKellogg 1.00 54% Mead Jahnson VV 18% Purchases V 328,993 GulfOil 57% WestgEL 31%
Short Sales 4,832 Honw 131% WinnDix 35% the following times: Seminole Among them were Martha Ed. were under observation.
_____ .80a 43% Pac NW Tele 22th
League ((9 and 10)) 9:30, Gator winna Murphey of Gainesville; at the start of the
Lehman Cp _-. 1.34e 30 Philips Elec _ 39% Other Sales 353,064 IntHarv 75Vi The debris of war still litters Coming
Littonn In -_ 1.98f 61% Redwing Carriers _11% Total Sales V V 357,896 League ((11-13) 10, Salt and Pep beaches of many of the is- Joy Ward Kressman Cross C tourist season, the outbreak already -
American Stock Exchange Most and Dell Marie Mikell Trenton.
and 8) 10:30.Counterfeit. Ilhe hundreds
(7 has cost Aberdeen
Lone S CM __-____-____-, 1.00 22% RIC Group 7% Previous Day's Stock Market Active per of Micronesia.
Marsh Fid __ 1.60 42% Sperry R. Wts. V VV 7 Advances ..__-_-_-_-_-_-__-. 346 I of thousands of dollars.As .
Martin M 1.00 18% Syntex.- .85 Declines ____ _-___- -. 735 61,300 Syntex 85 off 2 a government inquiry

McG Hill -____ __ .60a 35% Tampa Elec ._ 24% Unchanged -V VV V 264 43,200 TWA Wts 22% off % Foreign Students Take sought the cause of the out.

Mead Corp _____ ___-_,, 1.70 47 Tech Measur ____________ 17% Total l Issues 1,345 42,600 Massey Ferg. 27% up % I Trial break, Secretary of State for
Brings Scotland Michael Noble ordered
Merkd _- ---- -- .72 34% TWAWtS.VV V 22% .New 1963-64 Highs 27 34,100 Nat. Transit 5% unch

Nat Air! -, .80 45NYCenti % Valspar _-___-__-_________- 8 New 1963- 4 Lows .62 19,800. Nat. Pit. 3% off % Part in Rotary Program I two brands of corned beef removed -
__ .50g 36% Conviction from- store -shelves

Nia M Pow 2.00 52% I Gainesville Rotarians were al people in their respective throughout the country because
Aberdeen health officials be-
Norfolk W 6.00 132% MONEY'S WORTHTest MOBILE, Ala. (AP) A 49- treated to a program with an countries, and participate in the lieved one of them had spawnedthe
NoIndPS1.48 55% II 1YOUR year-old Florida man has been international flair yesterday at UF Agency International Development epidemic.
NoNatGas.i.80 55 convicted of counterfeiting their"regularly scheduled lunch- program in order to
heading a -
Olin Math 1.20 431,' operation in south Ala- eon at the Holiday Inn. view first hand various fanning Noble told the House of Commons

Owens II G _-____________- 2.50 43' V Dr. Alto Straughn, technical methods in several south- however, that there was
bams and
northwest Florida.
Owens II G 1.20 43K: Your Consumer 1Q-1 leader of the University of Flo- ern states. no positive evidence that the
Otis W. Ward of Pensacolawas
two brands-both South American
OwensIlG2.50 97 rida's
agricultural extens Ion
Foreign delegates live for two
convicted Tuesday by a jury
Pac G & E 1.00 31* program, introduced students week with families were responsible. It had
which periods farming -
deliberated hours.
Pac LUng 2.40 60M! from five foreign countries who not been established, he said,
PaeT&T.1.20 30% By Sylvia Porter .. ; Sentencing was postponed by U. are winding up a five month methods then adapt.the for use American back-that corned beef was to blame.
S. District Daniel H.
Pan Amer A 1.20 69% ilfo.J4 Judge field training exercise in agri--borne.
Parke Dav _1.00 28% Which of these statements do Michigan, been so dramatically -i comes to business, you -the'I Thomas. cultural extension and home Egg Market
Pennzoil 2.00 76% you think is true, which false? illustrated as in the weeks consumer share the news- Ward, who weighs 415 pounds, economics. The UF agricultural extensIon -

Pfizer .BOa 45% (1)) The U. S. consumer is an since we received our $800 mil paperman's view that only was charged with mastermind Students from Thailand, Iran, service has maintained a JACKSONVILLE (APThe

Phelps Dg _- 3.00 65V4 emotional, volatile buyer whose lion a month tax cut in early I what's new is news. We're into ing a counterfeiting ring which Ecuador, India, and South similar program in previous Northeast Florida Egg Market

Polaroid .20 132% tendency to spend and save in March. the 40th month of this upswing, ,included two Negroes.The Viet Nam were presented byDr. years, but this is the first time prices to retailers;

Pub Sv E G 2.60 36% spurts is a highly unstabilizingforce Those who expected us to we're accustomed to good news. Negroes, Ed Williams Jr., Straughn, and slides showing it has gone as long as five Extra large 39%"%, mostly 41;

Pure Oil 1.60 48% in our economy. rush out at once and emotionally We wouldn't be spurred into 30, and Robert C. Franklin, 46, I highlights of India and Iran months. Dr. Straughn noted large 37-39, mostly 38; medium

Rayonier -- -- _, 1.00 34% ((2)) The U. S. Businessman is spend our tax savings have extraordinary action by even had entered guilty pleadings were narrated by three of the that it has thus far been very 30-32, mostly 32; small 24%.%8,
Rexall ? .50b 44 more glowing news. earlier on charges of counter delegates.Dr. well received, and Florida families mostly 28.Poultry.
the great stabilizing force in found that on the contrary, we
Reyn Met .50 :36; % our economy and the fact that t the have continued to be strong, Only twice in the entire post- feiting. They were sentenced to Straughn explained that have been most helpful to at farms: fryers 13%;

Rich Merr _-_ __ 1.00 40% has the opportunity to check steady spenders and we have World War II period have we, Vas a federal prison for'18 months.Florida's the students are all profession- the students. hens none.
consumers, rocked the economic
Cola 1.20 70
his information and impressions been a mighty prop under prosperity -
Roy Dutch -. 1.73g 44 frequently with other businessmen but we haven't done any- boat.
Searle GD .90 61% The first was when the Korean -
Singer _- 2.00 91% vative helps spender.make him a conser- thing record unusual.totals Sure of, we're autos buying and- war broke out in 1950. Sees Boom In Forestry I II

Smith Kin ..1.203 59% many other big-ticket items but Then many panicked and triedto

Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% (3)) People step up or decrease -we also were buying record totals hoard goods in fear that we
2.00 61% I were in for a of
St Oil Cal their spending in direct before the tax cut paddedour repetition

stOiInd 2.00b 79 and immediate response to how take-borne pay. I World War H's acute shortagesand forestry industry wood products such as fuel-

Sterl Drug __ .65 28% much money they have and inflation. will climb 107 per cent in value wood, crossties and hardwood

Texas Util 1.20 57% whenever we get a cash windfall We have continued to be The second was in 1955 whenwe over the next 10 years.an In- DARE Gets PredictionOf veneer logs is expected to de

Textron 1.40 44% most of us spend it right strong, steady savers but wehaven't went on a wild auto and crease of $309 million, Dr. E. cline. Fence posts and poles
Tidewater _. __ 28% done anything unusual
away. appliance buying splurge. That
T. Sullivan, forestry economistat and piling production is expected -
Trans W A. 39% (4)) When hear in this area either. At this set
off businessmen
---- you good news was by the University of Florida 107 Per Cent Risedoor to bold its own.
Union Pac 1.60a 46V4 about our general economy early date after the tax reduction -themselves who in 1955 drastically DARE leaders
1.50b 51 it's entirely reasonable for forestry Sullivan and Swinford's reports -
UndAirL. you ftaturally feel more optimistic liberalized credit buying
Upjohn _- 1.00 51% and spend more freely and many of us to use big chunks of terms.It here yesterday. ;; were the result of intensive -
The volume of all roundwood
Jim Walter 29% when you hear bad news about our tax savings to reduce our is the organized businessman -I recreation, Dr. K. R. Swin- it possible for the licensed fisherman investigation and researchby

War Lamb ____ .70 29% business in general, you natur. debts and increase our nest- not the unorganized harvested will go up 63 per cent, ford, professor of forest management to enjoy approximatelythe members of the DARE com-

Worthintn __ 1.50 38V4 ally feel more pessimistic and consumer who has been the be said. This will take place, with the University same catch in 1975 .as he mittec on forestry. The committee

Xerox 106% draw back on spending. I eggs.We unstabilizing force in the postwar he predicted in the face of a Florida, told the forestry lead- does now, he said.A was composed of University !-

Zenith UOa 67% (5)) The U. S. consumer's haven't gone off on a! period. It has been his loss of a million acres of forest' ers that they. can expect licensed more intensive game and of Florida faculty and
spending because we be
spending is being significantly don't see why spree we should. Thereare sudden buying spurts which land which is expected to hunters to reach 286,000an upland bird management program industry leaders.

OVER_mE.CQYNTER increased right now because I plenty of goods around, have led to past booms and Ithis' converted to other uses. i increase of 72 per cent could also make it possible Director John Gray of the
DARE the Univer-
the news about business is so prices are comparativelystable I been his sudden spending Operation during the next decade. Camping to increase the yearly School of Forestry presidedover

NEW YORK (APTb following bid bright and prospects for coming -; there are no realty important reductions which have led to sity of Florida's new programto will take the really big legal deer kill 600 per cent A the commodity session on
and ask d quotation supplied by ttx months'are so glowing. I past recessions. develop agricultural resources be said. Ten million
jump, 50 to 300 cent increase could
... new products to intrigueus. wildlife
fish and conservation
National & 1oASecurities 0. effectively is currently in forestry,
True false? ,
or Every one of The very fact that businessmen win be taking be obtained with wild
campers per year turkey,
irs; Inc. da Nt represent ctw l tru. and recreation. Dr.
the sixth of nine commodity
ctk>ns but are U* NASOB tstbnctt the above statements is FALSE.I are organized and exchange advantage of Florida's natural even per cent with squirrel and associate forester
Persuasive and logical though As for the influence us of views often has Inclined conferences covering every J. B. Huffman, -
ef the rang within which these secvrttws on so terrain by 1975. 200 per cent with quail, said
;. could fcave been ,said( ; (bW) .r all of them appear, if you said the glowing business reports,! them toward group economic -area of agricultural significancein hundred thousand licensed Swinford.In with the Florida Agricultural
bought Uk4)| even three of the five are true, Katona pointed out back in 1960 excesses in the past. Andif the state. Dr. E. T. York Jr., Eight Experiment Stations and the
I for is directing fishermen, an increaseof the area of wood and wood School of Forestry, was in
you've flunked. that "People get accustomed to this upswing becomes a boomin provost agriculture, .
AiIeo Land 1Amer \\ Not ever have the basic findings a certain type of news, do not' months ahead, itll be the the DARE meetings. 116 per cent, will be tryingout products Dr. Sullivan said the charge of the session on wood

Fidel Life 23% about consumer behavior, : notice it and do not react to I business man's accelerated More than 100 of Florida's for- the stale's streams and production of sawlogs will decrease -and wood processing, and John

Amer Heritage 25% gathered over years of researchby it." After directing more than I spending which will be primar- estry leaders are attending the lakes by 1975, Dr. Swinford said. in volume and value. Herbert, conservationist with

Amer Mat Ins 20% such pioneers in the field as! 50,000 interviews with consumers fly responsible.More forestry commodity conference More intensive management, Pulpwood on the other hand, the Agricultural Extension Service -

Amer Pioneer Life ____ 7 George Katona, economic psychologist over a 14-year period, Ka Tree or False?" tomorrow which ended at noon today. using current knowledge, could will increase in volume and presided over the water resources -

Anheuser Busch ? -? -, 49% of the University of tona concluded that when it, Discussing the trends in out- double present yields and make value. Production of most other section.j

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22 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 3, 1964 .
E wsa ooL PRAISE FOR'?AG1EQ... & ( NTTAT15Tie5 ANP AN
What's your problem? For a .nml rrJE4 APPEAL TO REASON..HOW'

Stay Sweet reply, write to Abby. Box 3365 c 1, OC5THAT QIA .EBRo4JN?
rte Beverly Hills Calif- 90212 and

a. 'd include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Z ty y

} Abby>> answers all mtiL < \At. &
'Abigail Van Buren W a : ;: :

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DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and I want to ask you a serious rage. I sat there waiting for my car to be repaired, while I OH.S !-WE ALL GOT MONEY lNOURPOCKET5BLrT: I
nice sweet old-fashioned the mechanic waved. wrenches and screw drivers aroundIn 0
question. Do ANY boys like o PRETW SOOKJ WE WDt T HAVE ANTV SLQ&BOVIA.'.'
girls If you don't give them what they want, they think the air as he sang and skipped and danced all around SLOBBOVIA ,SO WHAT GOOD WILL.THE MONEY IN OUR POCKETS '
you don't like them and they go find someone who will. the car as though he were in a hypnotic state. He stoodon NOW HAS 0 DO US/THEN? ITU.JUST MAKE US FASTER?

This guy I went with was real nice at first, then he his toes, leaped into the air and twisted his body. His MORE MILLIONAIRES .
started getting "fresh." He said if I liked him I'd go along,, boss said he was a good mechanic and, if the music were THAN ANY PLACE 4 J:

with his ideas. I really liked him, but I couldn't explain turned off, every mechanic in the place would walk out. At i; .
why I wouldn't give in without sounding stupid or juvenile.He six dollars an hour I didn't bring my car in there to be en I As 'a result of selling slices of I
said I was too '"nice" for him, and he left. Now I tertained. When I want to see a ballet, I'll buy a ticket. z J its delicious self, Lower Slobbovia

realize how much I liked him. How can I get him back? There should be a law against such nonsense in a place of is now a nation of millionaires.

DEE business. { The millionaires are mighty rest- II

DEAR DEE: Plenty of boys still like. "nice, sweet, old- RENOLDA < less, though, since their nation w d. : : d

fashioned" girls. (That's the kind they look for when they j itself is.gradually disappearing into s +\ I rcaw. I

have marriage in mind.) If you have to defend your moral DEAR ABBY: I am a woman, 44 years of age. I was J3., the t....,stomachs...-r..a of American children. '
standards with'a debate, you are in the wrong company. married but my husband died. I own my own home and 4wti.r.4r+r L._ .

Forget this boy. But don't be surprised if he turns up after have no children. My brother, 36, has shared my home for

he's grown up, and tells you that you were right, and he'd the past four years. He is a rather shy person and doesn'tgo GLORY BE!! WHAT r e I TWINS1l
with YOUR rules.
like to have another chance-this time WUZ IT? .
out much. My problem is this: For the past two yearsI :I JEST COME BY d "
have been keeping company with a gentleman of whomI == CALEB'S HOUSE,MAW.RN' f
DEAR ABBY: My husband has been dead for, 22 years. 1 s -1
friendof am very fond, and he insists It is morally wrong for my E-t HE'S PASSIN'OUT ,
I have continued to call myself
brother and me to live together! We argue constantly about ,- STOREBOUGHTENt .. a
to that I breaching
out was
mine recently pointed me this and it makes me very nervous. My brother and I both ,SEEGARS !!
etiquette; that since there is no longer a JOHN SMITH,
work and I can't for the life of me see what's morally wrongin
neither is there a MRS. JOHN SMITH, and I should be calling 00 1;
our living together. It's a very large house and there wouldbe lz
myself MRS. GERALDINE SMITH. Please set me no reason for my brother to take a room elsewhere whenI >c

straight. own this empty house. He also takes care of my lawn andI
MRS. GERALDINE OR MRS. JOHN? don't have the worry of living all alone. 1 1
DEAR MRS. JOHN SMITH: Your friend is the one who QUESTION MARK tASS sLLND

needs to be "set straight. When you took John's name, you DEAR QUESTION: Your friend should get his mind out ::J

took it for as long as YOU lived (unless you took another of the gutter. Could it be that your brother's living with you

husband), not for as long as HE lived. has cramped your friend's style because he'd prefer that you ., ,

be completely unchaperoned? When one sees dirt, it's sometimes -
DEAR ABBY: Since reading in your column that a wom- in one's own
i I
an changed dentists because she didn't like the canned music t q AIR.

he used in his office. I should like to express myselfon CONFIDENTIAL TO MAC: No horse can go as fast as the HEY. DO YOU NEAR\ f FEET?
that subject. I quit TWO dentists on this account. But money you bet on him. WHAT iiv
tl I
worse yet is beiing forced to listen to canned music in a gar-

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SMILE! W pr!s To ler DUI
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WASHINGTON One of the repay the loan you so kindly was concerned. But I persuaded to back loan." .J 2 WITH rt : L. VOICE;
pay a
greatest things about the United made me last fall." them the only reason SUGAR? m S.R.
you They both took their
States is that the more money "But it isn't due until Jan- weren't in debt is that you out of their holsters.A guns 1
you owe the more respect everyone hadn't
been in the
uary. country
very few minutes later the
has for We realized presIdent ,
you. "I know said long. How is it going to look 1HOINE4TR
we happily. came out red-faced. :
this the other when
day we went
'But' I can now wipe the slate for me when I ten them you 'You're trying to underminethe
to bank in
a to
Washington repay clean." want to pay back the loan already free enterprise system," he o
a loan we had made. We "
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"Wait a minute*. he said. said accusingly. "We don't like
were pretty good aboutit
because the loan wasn't due' "You can't just come off the "But" can't you use the money to do business with pinkos." 1 r 1'' J-1g

until January and we thought the' street and pay back a loan thatisn't I ? A tear rolled down our cheek."I .3 t .

bank would be very pleased even due yet What kindof "Our business is to make didn't know .1 was hurting .
a bank do think we loans," he said. "What kind
you of I'm
about our paying up in ad- anybody. sorry. don'treaDy
vance. are? institution do you think we'd want to pay back the MKCiORJEYAMY 'j CAME OUT HOPING TO GET A WINE WELL.I PIP ,VOUU WT A FEW 7 THANK

When we first came into the "I though you'd be pleased have if everybody came in here loan. Ill keep the money, until I INTERRUPT .. CFRTAIWLX PATE! HOLE ASSISTANT PLAYING.SAYS LESSON-BUT HE HASNT YOUR TIME Y-f) HAVE I WANTED SOME GARYTOCQPATTI.THJNGS' MINUTES UNTIL BNISH Mfrr CU VERY
bank, they treated us very we said lamely. and said they would like to pay January. As a matter of fact, A W e va aE in .. f I'LL SEE IP I CANT FREE CORJ Eay MR.!
nicely. The vice-president shook "Pleased?" he almost shout. back their notes before they I just thought of something. I i k GARYTD CO OUT WTH VOB'r
were due? We're just lucky think I'd like to borrow
our hand, offered us a cigar, ed. "Why should I be pleased? some I
and smiled. It's my neck, you know. I wentto everyone are.. is not as venal as you more money to buy a boat" I

"Well," he said cheerily, "I' bat for you with the president The bank guards put their I
suppose you've come to borrow We ran a check on you "I'm sorry, we said, "Ididn' guns back in their bolsters and 1

more money." before we approved the loan think I was doing any- the president and vice-president I .y
"No." we said just as cheer' and discovered that you owed thing wrong""I'll Both shook our hand.

ily, "I came to pay the other very little money and that in have to talk to the presi- 'I guess we all make [

loan back." many cases you even paid cash dent about this." The vice-pres takes," the president said, mis-I' 6 b

He stopped smiling."You're for things. ident called over two of the ing our eyes with his I Ql

joking," he said. I "You were a bad risk from bank guards and said to them, chief. "I assume you'd like :

"I'm not joking..1 want to the start as far as the bank ,"Watch him closely. He wants buy a big boat?" tal I

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11 FEMALE. HELP WANTED "-......._..._.....-.... '"wWANTAD "" I' !:

J In The WANTED experienced shoe sales ''" IIIIIII4IIUI1I

lady. Apply In person. Bo 's Shoe

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WASHINGTON AP-In); the 12 Mole Help Wanted 10. Snake Wolframite A V A T A R T 0 N E S ". I

from 11. Eagles tone 37. Graf-
news Washington:
I.A ft OPENING for the right man for 12. Daze 39.Place of & : I ,
F WARREN: The Warren Commission : training in retail route s a les 13. diction
work. Must be ambitious and : Juris refuge Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m. Day before publication I
4 ,- investigating the slaying willing to work. All company : 14. The extreme 40. Run off to 5 For ads to go in Sun. paper-12;00 .. Sat. =

j i of President John F. Kennedy benefits and paid vacations. 5. point marry For ads to go in Mon. paper-I p.m. Sat. ii
day work week. Apply in person -
;t: ,has decided to hear more Borden's DaIry. 2420 N.E. .. 15.Accept 42. :Means of i i (Minimum ad 4 Hots) n

from the widow of 19th Drive.WANTED 17. Assist defense .. '
testimony i g
first class combination 18.: Traditional SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZI FAMILY RATES
f. ,Lee ,Harvey Oswald, accused of body man & painter. Good salary 2. Old f \"e- 7. One ofColumbus'
the assassination. plus paid vacation. Apply Mr l Insertion i5.ltn*
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ministrator Najeeb E. Halaby NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. salary guaranteed equipped with -
Pacific Air BARGAIN! Big new 1964 Nee- most modern $service facilitiesIn $300 Down. $83 Month. 4-Bedroom
the 7 Three 100 fet ,
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33 LOTS location. Call
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were killed near Concord. Calif., 25 cents.SPECIAL 13-Help Male or Female good road. Modem home fully
VALUE! U COM WILL pay can; immediately tar MRST TIME LISTED furnished. dock and garage. S15.- 3 BEDROOM 2 bath attic fan"
may soon be reclassified as a PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In de- lot or parcel of land outside city BY OWNER. FINLEY AREA NW 600 35th Ter.. 3 BR 2 full 000. $4000 cash. balance $100 built In kitchen central heat, $800

of murder and sabotage." lux. new Quilt Book. For beginners PLACEMENT SERVICE limits. but close in, on which a 2 Bedroom separate dining room. baths. Ig. paneled Fla. Rm.. shady plus Int. per month. Shown by equity, take up payments. FR 6-
"case experts. Send SO cents nowl Office Professional nice duplex house all ready on large secluded screened porch. fenced in yard cent. gas heat. appt. E. W. Hayes. Starke Fla. 1105. 1370 S.E. 24th PI.
l During a discussion of airline Technical moving equipment can be moved fireplace lovely yard. Walking hardwood floors convenient to Phone 964-6141 or 533-2387. HIBISCUS
4 College Graduates this week. Or will sell you the distance to Univ. FR 29757. Littlewood. Westwood fa Unlv. PARK. j. j. Finley
N.W. BR, 2 baths, School area. 3 BR
Tuesday SECTION. 3 spacious house.
security For appt. call 372-6377 building furnished and ready to Phone
TRI-LEVEL HOME BR, 2 Bath 376-7161. large; carport and uti!.. lots of attic fan lots of storage, quiet
CLASSIFIEDDial 10-12:00 A.M. 2-6:00 P.M. go at bargain price on easy
Halaby told newsmen he ex sep. dining rm. fireplace. cen. 4 BEDROOMS-3 BATHS cupboard and counter space. Well neighborhood. FR 2-0992.
Monday terms. You move In same or
through Friday can
pects the FBI and the Civil PERSONNEL CENTER rent out by end of week by ac heat.patio.built-in dbl.-car kit. equip.garage.. screened West- Fla.heat Room Fireplace it-this- Central lent landscaped.cond. 3725756.rear terrace. excel- NE section 3 BR. m bath. CCB
-you name lovely home.
102 NW 5 old. S
2nd Avenue Inq now. FR 6-3012. yrs. blks. from
Board to issue a wood-G.H.S. area. See at 2247 modem masonry home has it! Metcaife
Aeronautics 1 BR, bath. am. CB house utll. v lead-end street. Re.
HELP turn your spare time into N.W. 16th Ave. 2-8848 after 4. N.W. of course. Big fenced corner frig &
s'ove. :
rm.2 bath gas htrs gas Fenced In
statement soon on their investi- money. No soliciting or deliver- 34 Waterfront Property lot; double garage plus carport screened yard.
tools. etc. Encl.
376-4672 Air-conditioned 3 bedroom 2 bath. range pump carport patio. shrub-
of the crash. ing. Adjust your own working Ocala block home living room inspect this amazing buy at f 3.6 fro nh I g e. Homestead bery. Hne neighbors. $700 dn..
gation hrs. $2.50 rhr. For call $17,500.00.
pe appt.
Attractive terms.
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD with fireplace, dining room over- Exemption. FHA commitment. tab'up Gl payments of $7S
The plane went down on a 372-7049 Reg. Broker, specalizing in looking beautifully landsca p e d ARCH. CAMPBELL.376-5707 ANYTIME REALTORPh. 5'-2 mile from Gainesville. FR month/) Includes taxes & Ins.

from Reno Nev. to San Announcements LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. yard. Florida room terrazzo floor. 21541. Phone after 5:30 P.A.FR 2-0947.
flight 14-Sales Help Wanted AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. In lovely Florida Park. convenient SO GOODFor
Francisco killing all aboard. GR to schools. 1111 N.W. tills SAVE !

3 LOST & FOUND BIG MONEY |IN YOUR OWN 52981.ON Read. 3723638.GLADYS. the family who needs ROOM. RedfrdksRealestate

BUSINESS.: .Bulld your big THE GULF beauty and convenience. Over 2.-

LOST; Key ring with change purse paying house-to-house route busi- Cedar Key Shores SMITHOPEN 900 sq. ft. living area. You'll be BUY FROM -
attached. Engagement ring In ness. steady income for life thrilled to see the gorgeous panel.
Homage purse. Sentimental reasons. Please .wlth over 250 finest quality Lr Other Properties HOUSE ling. open beam ceiling & H.W.
call 466-3130. Reward. COSMETICS AND HOME NEEDS. REALTOR WEEK SPECIALS floors. Built-in elec. kit.. separate BUILDER
Beautiful packages. fast sellers. David AndrewsCedar OR huge LR. Family room SOUTHERN COLONIAL RED
LOST pair of black frame glasses. Guaranteed. Start others selling. 1. 10 S.W.2"'rd DRIVE & Florida room. Air conditioned. BRICK on half acre of beautifully .
Park or Music Key. 3841 3 bedroom 1'j bath.
vicinity of City Pay only
advance to Distributor. Write Exceptional at $17.700. Exc. terms. landscaped
Paid Late 372- your Lovely home complete in $80 month grounds.
to Center Univ. Ave. Phone every per Including taxes
1267. plans experience. Old 97 C o m- AIR CONDITIONED gas heat detail on 3 nicely landscaped lots. SEE NOW. and insurance. Wooded lot on CENTRAL AIR CONDI-

pany. Dept. N. Tampa Fla. 33605. completely furnished 2 bedroom 2700 sq. ft. of floor space. CREEKSIDEThe safe dead-end street. Perfect for TIONING & heating 3 spacious -
house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles bedrooms 2 tiled
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE EXPERIENCED automobile salesman East of Gainesville. Price $8,800. first look will sell on this young growing family. No money baths large entrance
4 you foyer,
to start work Immediately.Best 2. 924 N.W. 60th STREETTwo down to qualified Vets. Only
Terms available. Phone FR like new 3-2 CB home on beautiful formal dining! room, .
PopeJohn pay plan In area. Free hospitalization story 4000 sq. ft. home in exclusive creekside $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot
lot 110x290. living
6-3672. Huge room with fireplace
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at., Insurance &. demo. West Hills. Over an acre no. 67.Advanced. Florida
Family with
room fireplace. Separate room. modern
tention to nervous or elderly. pan. Plenty of action. Gateway BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee lot-house is complete with many DR. Dream Kit. Double built.In dream kitchen.;
VATICAN CITY (AP) The Easy Way bv Driving State of School.Fla. FR Chevrolet Inc. Starke FI I a. River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- extras Included.GLADYS. rage. Prettiest HW floors. 2500 ga-SQ. Design 3-2. One of Gainesville's 2,000 sq. ft. of living area.
2-7002. Phone 9643900.OPPORTUNITY.
6160. most advanced home de-
ft. overall. Priced at S2Z950. SEE Like new. Good financing.
Roman Catholic Church paid SMITH IT. signs. Eye level built-In oven Price. 124500. Call
60 Phone
KNOCKS! wide lot on Cooper Lake.
6 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE and range in kitchen. Breakfastbar.
homage to Pope John XXIII today You've read about fabulous Village -_376-6360 after 5:30 on week days. REALTOR JUST SEEfor Walk.in closets. Terrazzo HARRIS 376-0617.

the first anniversary of Green. Now..help sell 4t! 2 Bedroom house on Lake Wau- floors. Large rear lot with fenceon COMPLETELY FURNISHED
on yourself the value In this 3-2 2 bedroom
to divorce t have a like new Excellent earning opportunity for burg. Newly decorated. $125. 1228 W. University Avenue back line. Save nearly $1,000 frame home In
licensed Ocala blk. home at 607 NW 19th excel
his death. 1964 model ZIg Zag. Automatic Real Estate salesman. Phone 464-3130 Micanopy Phone 372-5393: Ave. So Convenient. Nice shaded on this one. $15,150 $500 down lent condition. Outside city
machine that does ev Dorman sales manager. FHA $94 month includes all.
sewing limits convenient
Hugh Edwards Inc. 3721551 JUST over one acre. heavily wooded OPPORTUNITY corner lot. Unique floor. plan. Fla to MEDI
would like someone Ask for lot
At churches throughout the erything. We Lake Ann. 20 miles from room. Pretty elec. kit. Much more no. 2. CAL SCHOOL on over an
to take up payments ot $6.00per TO PURCHASE with financing arranged acre of land. EXCELLENT
world his memory was recalled. mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- 16 Work Wanted Female Gainesville 80 front ft. on clear and all modern. Central Heat for only $17.500. Exc. terrrs Model Home Sacrifice 42 TERMS CAN BE ARRANG-
lake. $3500 with $1500 down
2051. and Air-Cond near schools and UNIVERSITYREALTY Huge corner lot with hundreds of ED. 8700. Call BILL HAR-
Here at the headquarters of WHITE LADY. will do ironing $SO monthly or $3000 cash. Call University, built in kitchen, 3 dollars In additional landscaping. RIS. 3740817.REDFRANKS .
WRINKLES? In my home. 10 cents a piece. Ph. 376-3211 ext. 556S FRED bedroom 2 bath home. Call for Take sidewalk to public or parochial
Catholicism Line
Roman a Coty Away BRYANT.
FR 6-1524 appointment to see.
schools. Save
Tax big money I REALESTATEClaude
plus -
Mass was scheduled in St. Peter's Odi's Pharmacy YOUR VACATION HOME? on this one. Lot no. 24.

116 Central Plaza (Next to Winn 18 Schools & Institutions Furn. house In Yankeetown 2 BUSINESS LOCATIONROCK 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. M. "Red" Franks, Realtor

Basilica. Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore. blks. from River on paved street. HOUSE on 85 ft. by 150 ft. M. Munroe Realtor HUGH EDWARDS Myrtle Lassiter, Associate
Only $3000 cash total price. S. lot zoned for Retail Business. Assoc S. E. McLaughlin Roy Mc- W. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate
Giovanni Cardinal Urbani!, patriarch I NEED a new TV antenna Real Estate Exam E. Sapp Realtor. Newberry. Fla. House can be converted to PRO- Cann. Frank Roby. T. C. Douglas INC. 7 N.E. 1st St.

and have it installed at my COURSE FESSIONAL OFFICE. 509 N.W. Jr Phone 376-0817 or 376-2 27.
of Venice was chosen to home in the SW area. Call ATTEND First lesson free. 35 Houses for Sale lom Ave. Call for appointment to -- 2837 N.E. 15th Street Home 376-2927 or 3727943

,. celebrate the Mass in the George Doyle at 372- HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLL&uE see. M 376-7971
COLLEGE. S18 W. Univ. Ave
If 4 presence of John's successor, 8441. ext. 14. fP 6-3507. 3723727. RENT OR BUY "MERRILL PARRISHPRESENTS
Pope Paul VI. 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care MEN & women 18 to 5$ to train for bath. Central heat central air 1 bath home fireplace. I
CIVIL SERVICE condo Northwest. $19.000. Call screened porch. Negotiable terms. QUIETSIMPLICITY I

f''i J Another memorial service was PLANNED program awaits your Examinations. For Informationsend 376-2927. The price has been reduced. ATTRACTIVE in 3 bedroom 2 bathlIome
pre-scnool youngster at JACK name address & Phone No. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. beautiful Idylwlld. Oak
scheduled at Sotto il Monte Key Training Service. home located In Westmoreland floors central heating system and
I JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. 112 W. 3 br. Fla. rm. & breeze-way. Jumbo
I Pope John's native village Music programs educational Adams St.. Jacksonville.SIX Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt ALACHUAREALTY brick. excellent condlton. priced large looking screened a well shaded back porch lot. ONLY over ANGLEWOOD Almost new 4 bedroom .

film-strips. 7.45-5.15 Mon.-FrL weeks Junior typing class. 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family on todays market. Call MARY $18,900. attractive home. with central -
where his brothers still work 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Summer school. Reglstra 11 o n Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. MOELLER heating and fully Ilr June 8. Howell's Business Central heat built-in kitchen including This was one of the
College. $750 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry new
their farms. TINY TOT 218 W. Univ.' Ave. Phone 376- GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards ASSOCIATES LIVE SUBURBAN home In NE Section. Lots of homes In the 1962 Parade of
walk to schools close to
3507. Homes Shaw Let
free*. ONLY J75.W month. us tell you
Member Multiple per
PLAY SCHOOLVisit U of F medical center FHA Listing Appr 4 acres overlooking winding more about this one.
the thousands 635 N E. 1st St.
Pilgrims by PIANO openings available for sum $22.700. Down payment $1.700. :376-2448
scenic high wooded land
$1,000 DOWN will this 2 bed-
u* and see for yourself. mer Instruction. Adults or ;hldrpn |- Immediate Drive by Arie T. Smith. Broker buy FLORIDA
thronged to the pope's birth- occupancy. frame house N.W. 3 mL Gaines room masonry home with 3 1-3 PARK AREA. A pleasant
Mabel Gore Associate
'4 SE 8th St. FR ft-780e. Mrs. Burke. 3729896 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler ville. $16,900. Call MARY MOEL. acres of land. masonry 3 bedroom home on

place in the north Italian moun- CHILD OR INFANT CARE In private Brothers 372-9545 daily 376-9048 LER a nice lot 110 x 154 located with-

tains. A petition with 50,000 signatures home. Reasonable rates. FR 30 PETS & SUPPLIES night. FORDYCEREALTOR TWO THOUSAND square feet In Icy in walking distance to J. J. Fin-
6-1961. BUDGET HOMEBuy this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home Elementary School and Gainesville

-I asking the start of a EXPERIENCED elementary school ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good 5-ROOM FRAME house screened with central heating and air con- High School. Owner leaving
for watch. porch. reduced for quick sale, this 3 br 2 bath. Cent heat ditioning. Included are the range. town.
beatification for teacher to care for children. 3 stock. and pets. FR
cause Pope 2-0033. $2, 9S. Phone Cephis Goodman, home In N.W.. bit. In stove dishwasher. dispOsal. drapes and
John was brought to Bishop acre play, area. Planned program. 528-4384. Wllllston. oven. excellent terms like rent. rugs. Call us to see this excep- GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town
,. 377-7150 GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all move in. Call MARY MOELLER tional listing. and must sell, 4 bedroom. 2 bath
Clemente Gaddi of the Bergamo shots, ready to go. Shown week $1 .77S up ON YOUR LOT. Open OPEN HOUSE home. living room, family room.
Employment days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed NEAR GVILLE Looking for plenty of ron for a built In kitchen and screened
diocese, which includes Sotto il and Sun. See Don Carney 3501 & engineered by U. S. ((2:00-5:00: : P.MJWORTHY) large family. Let us show you porch. Central heat and central
NW 18th 7cr.MINIATURE Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 2 story home In Melrose large yard. this 4 bedroom 3 bath home complete air conditioning. Priced to sell.
Monte. I
ft. 3 BR. 2 bath, air cond..
sq. beautifully landscaped. Partly fur. with swimming pool In A
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Dachshund Puppies brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 fine NW Section of town. FINLEY School ire*. Attractive 3bedroom
Beatification is the first step AKC reg. 6 wks., 2 males & 2 NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes of noting are the features In this 2 bath masonry home

females. have had shots. $50. lie. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Florida nished.MARY on nicely landscaped large lot.
toward possible sainthood. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. IQtn St. 6690. room and patio fenced JOHNMERRILL Immediate possession. May we

up to $S per hour demon FOR SALE AKC registered ChIhuahua WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD In back yard and a work bench show you this one.

I; It was at dusk last June 3 that strafing famous Studio Girl puppies; also Collie pup. Walking distance to schools. 3 for the handy man. 525.000 with
pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery BR, 2 baths home in Skyline financing to be arranged. ALSO MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4
Part Time.
Cosmetics. Full
Pope John died at the age of.81 Phone 376-4336 after or 6. Mlihopper and 16th Ave. -3324.. Heights. Study hardwood floors NOTE: This home located at 129 MOELLER bedroom 2 bath home located on
built-in range & oven. Cent. NW. 30 Street will be open for REALTOR a large lot with fenced back yard.
I. after four days of agony from WANTED Claims secretary. Must FREE kittens. Call 376-8041. heat. Shaded. back yard. Call Inspection today. (May 31) or If Multiple Ustlng Ideal for children. Walking distance

stomach tumor. be fast & accurate typist and AMERICAN Shepherds 1 male. 2 376-0662. you don't get a chance to stop Associates: Marcella Pardi to Westwood Jr. High. Central .
a use dictaphone. Shorthand not essential. female well marked. by CALL FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES REALTOR W. H. Buckhannan neat and air' conditioning.
\ Reg. $40.
Salary commensuratewith $35 A $50. LITTLEWOOD AREA INC. 376-1236. FR 21494
Phone FR 6-3470. __ _
He had reigned less than five ; ability & experience.* Replyto 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living 1019 W. Unlv Ave. FR 4-447] UNDER $10,000. New 3 bedroom
box 433-A Gainesville Sun. LABRADOR Retriever pups. good area. central heat built-in kit. Member homes built under FHA specifications -
Multiple Listing
years, but the work he began j ESTABLISHED TERRITORYopen champ. background. healthy 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High.I I LUXURYis MARY MOELLER. BROKER ULTRAMODERN- and available to qualified

the renewal and transition of stock. wormed inoc., and ready to 2 blks. from Llttiewood elem. I lovely 3 bed ASSOCIATESE. buyers with FHA financing. No
with Avon Cosmetics In Mic. go Ph. 372-5763 alter 6 PM wek- school. Ideal for Ig. family. or rZn.wrdbaftc.re; which is located I W. Moeller Dick Durbin closing costs and no city taxes.
Roman Catholicism-li'es all family and elderly persons. lust A few blocks froman
on. Call Mrs. Bums. FR 2-0421. days. day weekends. ; Foster KesslerJ.
anopy. Priced for tmmed sale. 3449 elementary school. Wall to wall WESTSIDE. New residential ubdt-
Is found In ,
Impressive elegance
II FREE KITTENS. Call FR 61131.or vision opening soon. Acre lots.
N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2891 carpets central air conditioning. W.
this ultra modern 3 bedroom 2
Few in the Church'snearly FR 6-3261 Extension 2993. .
popes PROTECTED TERRITORY Beautiful kitchen and family bath stack bond home designedby streets now being paved. May we
NEARLY new 4 BR home with all
Part time service route for ambitious BLACK room. You will have an tell you more about this restricted
made poodles standard & minIature KIRKPATRICKDELIGHTFUL an architect for true Florida
2,000 so pro- luxury features within walking
years reliable resident of Ala- with papers. $10 $SO. to look through this home living. Family room and kitchenare residential area outside city lim-
distance of school.
found an impression. chua Co. with phone 1. car. Call I Expectant poodle $50. Phone HO Easy terms.new 529 N.W. Salk$31.500.St. located at 723 N_W. 19 Street to- panelled bi mahogany. Class its.
evenings 7 to 10 P.M. FR 2-1881. 3-2100 Effie lInd .... Twiton Phone 376-3569. day. (May 31) or contact fOR- contemporary home sliding doors throughout t" Chouse
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 371234 *- Sheltered by large live oaks. Two
and free fireplace
16 standing -
Ecumenical WANTED wnite woman to keep
He summoned the mo. old girl In my home Mon. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom for more details. or three bedrooms, two baths all add to luxurious living in M.M.

Council to let the fresh air of thru FrL 7:($ to S:15. Call 6-0944 CCB home. Partly furnished in- the features you expect plus this quality home. PractiC II y -
A to
cluding appl. and washing mach. many more. delight live new and near Llttiewood .. West-
modern times into the Church. .after 5:15, Pm.RECEPTIONIST OWNER 11 minutes from Univ.. few ADORABLEdescribes in and so easy to keep. So wood. Price 35000. Call MYRTLE .

for doctors office. BEAUTIFUL ,wooded lot. 900 blockof blocks to grade school. Ig lot. this delightful 3 bedroom easy to buy. too. at $21500.00. LASSITER 376-C817 or 372- PARRISHAND
.. He hoped renewal of the Church mature and experienced Salary N.W. 22nd street. 110 x55', $9400. "4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 24635. -. home' and guest house. It can BEAUTIFUL trs. tloril residence. 7943.

would help the growing movement open. Reply Box 429-A. Garnet- Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200x. After 5:30. be yours for $200 down and payments Space design quality and custom REDFRANKS REALESTATE
ville Sun.OPENING ler with view and privilegesof of $15500 a month. Beau details throughout. Lovely large, 'I INC.
lot. More expensive than the
toward Christian unity. Clear Lake. 376-5109 tiful yard. Must be stan to be
t t in Gainesville and each New homes. $9.500. 3 bedroom tile' average price range .but you H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
of the surrounding towns for Beautiful 3 Acre bath S&5 month. Located on appreciated. CONTACT FORDYCE Carolyn
Tract Entered bya per will agree this house is more Gardenhlro Mary Parritn
Through word and deed be woman who enjoys arts crafts. 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. NW. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some A ASSOCIATES. INC, 374-1234 orgo I than worth It. GLADYS SMITH 19 N.E. first St. Tel. 372.5371
:311 NW 26th St. Sunday. .
I Call Mrs. Crosby. FR 29982. after Section. Out of City Limits. trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. by I TWO ACRES in the woods with the --- ----- -
showed himself an unconventional 4:30 P.M. A weekends. E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. $16.100 May 31 and see It during the most In contemporary styling I 30 ACRES: UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
open Plus 3 bedroom 2 bath homecentral
pope. He ventured freely) from "SARAH COVENTRY" 638 N. Main St. 4 Br. Bath. Ig. Lr. kit.. porch house.JUST overlooks a creek five bedrooms heat oak floors 20 miles
FR 6-8032 Broker FR 6-6544 extra utility. air condstove.. handsome fireplace modern Well .
RIGHT -from Galnesvtn; IS acre pecan established firm Has epeniff.
Vatican. He received a top UNDER new menagerrent. OpenIngs -
the Nof'
quite completed -
$102 Total.
t for fashion directors. Part LOTS Mo. Equity on terms. grove 45 acre permanent pasture for lit class secretary e*
Communist in private audience, time or full time. For appointment 371-1 as.c. for the Young Executive. This 4 and a steal at $14.500.00. -20 acres unimproved. Tractor permanent basis salary *

Premier Khrushchev's call 3727G49.MATURE Archer Rd. 4., Acres, zoned Indust 3 BR. 1 Bam dining nn.. FuJTrm bedroom 2 bath home with a tremendously .- Substantial Quired. cash payment re- mower. harrow fertilizer. distri working ceMttietM attractive.Apply .
Soviet corner lot. .. back yard fenced. in Carol large recreation room.A FOR $15450.00 FHA evaluation you butor. Call 3725393.SERENOLA to .ws KiAdwrttiAf ..tvIM .
woman with office ex- attractive kitchen set off
nephew Alexei Adzhubei. He perience. Good working condi- Estates. near schools and churcn- by very Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan can buy a four bedroom two batnhouse jMalif Sale or lease Apartment Call 3728776.EXCELLENT ESTATES Writ c/o Gamesvine .
site es.
near In the Llttiewood area. Spacious
said in his encyclical "Peace on tions. Call FR 6-0170. University Fla. Call BUY be monthly arranged terms.and CALL also exCellent FOR- living room and separate Lovely residential lots -new school $... 417A.

Earth" that in certain situations HAVE BUSINESSOF Central air conditioning & tie.?. 3 DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC 376- dining room, parquet. Appointment opening in September, priced from
$3508. Call 3725391N.
YOUR OWNSet MARY MOELLER. REALTOR BR, 2 bath built-M kitchen tarn 1234 or you may;drive by and only.
Catholics and Communists could your own hours no Investment 1819 W. University FR 6-4471 Ity rrru. fenced back yard outside take a look at 1 Sunday. May SEVERAL. lovely lake homes forsale.

work for the common no hIgh! pressure people Desirable homesites City limits. Only $16250. Locatedat 31 during Open House from 2:00 These are year round residences W. 7th PLACE: FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
together sensibly restricted -
wanted. Apply 833 NW 11th Ave. in the attractive rural 3945 NW 36th SL Ph. FR 6-2969 to 5:90 P.M. within easy commuting Nice.. 3 bedroom 2 batn home clot

., good of man. Wed.. June 3 at 7.38 p.m. community of Mclntosh. distance. to schools good financing. Call
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 SR year 372-539V
ELEMENTARY teacher to help Roberts C. Smith RealtorU. around home on SW side of Lake FORDYCEAssociates Fe* foP auaflty worfcmaraMp
This brought him criticism. leach child to talk. In private S. Hwy. 441. Micanopy. Fla. Santa Fe. $25400. If Interested J.W.KIRKPATRICK. cart

after the home or tier home. Phone FR 2- Ph. 466-3120. call 475-5675. GLADYS SMITH 372-6142
particularly Italy 8857. Inc.
FOR SALE by owner 2 corner tots 2 BR frame freshly painted in REALTORAssociates GAINESVILLE
Communist party made strong OPENING for resident nurse at at $1500 .... 2 inside lots at a out. Back porch shade trees. Real Estate Exchangers Realtor UPHOLSTERY

in general election. But Camp Crystal Lake four to eight $1200 ea. Located 2 miles south oak floors terms S200 dn. and Multiple Listing Realtors 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 3-44C4 isa NW 1393 $f-
weeks this summer. It Interested .4 Crystal River Fla. on U.S19 .. $55 monthly. Located; near Univ. Graca S- Fordyce Broker .. Member Multiple Listing : 554de4Pv.ry.
Pope John. once said the pope contact Dwight Hunter at School in Paradise Gardens Subdivision. Ave. bus at 1324 SE 2nd Awe. Dudley Gaulden, Associate ASSOCIATES: Ben Griffin Anna Hlraet Free Estineq.a-ric ep
Administration Bldg. Phone FR 2- Call C. Emory Croe 3764582. Immed. occupancy. See It and Harvey Benton. Associate Fioye Mathi *en Irene Bunnefl Carolyn Noyes Florence Burns
had to be a father to all. 431. .- pncne 6-7179. 924 W. Univ. 3J4-12M A. W. Recce Capt. USN R... Multiple Listing Member




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1 0 4 $3 Clean out the CJosets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Pers on 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! bring quicker action. ,

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

35 Houses for S.Ie 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Aprs. 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn.

FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW SEC 15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes 1 BR furnished apt.. water furnished. EFFICIENCY apt. near shopping. Suburban: 2 BR house large porch.
TION. 3 large BR. 2 bath. Fla. 2 CCB buildings. and 200 4131 NW 12th Ter. $60 per Ideal for working lady. P. M. large grounds wired for air-con- )
Rm.. CCB home near school. 4" well with water system. Phone mo. Call 376-2641 or 374-2930 ask Boothby 427 NW 10th Ave. Ph. ditioning 4 mi. South Univ. on H- Like
THE TIME IS NOW. Owner transferred. Reasonable.FR FR 2-2449 after i or weekends. for Mr. Haynes. FR 4-7227. way 441. Phone FR 4-7107 or 466-
2-1265. 3447 or drive out to Sam's Gulf
Fordyce Acreage 1 BEDROOM. completely furnished 46 Unfurnished Apts. Service Station.
CAROL ESTATES EAST $18.200 upstairs or downstairs near
FHA. 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. shopping center. See at 612 N.W. 2 Bedroom house 1105 N.W. 33rd Fully SODDED I
central air cond. and heat. builtIn 40 acre tract beautifully wooded. 10th Ave. or phone -3549.. $75 TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen Avenue corner of 11th St. House
southwest of town only $145.00 an open. call FR 4-4230.
kitchen swim club membership per mo.
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr equipped. $85 per month.
walk to schools. 2111 NE acre. A beautiful ranch with mag- See at 4144 NW 6th St. 3 BR, 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150
16tn Ter. Ph. 3744379.LITTLEWOOOWESTWOOD. nificent pastures water. tobacco 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. per mo. Call McKinney Green.
House Rent? and peanut allotments and timber Near University. See at 411 N.W. TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately Inc. FR 2-3617. Front Lawns?
to AREA at $145.00 an acre a real 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per ; lower level of duplex -

:3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. large storage buy on today's market. mo. ; stove and refrig. situated 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
room. screened porch. carport Investment acreage close to Medi- aboct 3 blks. off campus. 1105
established yard shrubs cal Center in southwest. 20 acre EAST SIDE NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS shade trees. $500 down. 527 NW parcel approximately 660 x 1320 FR 4-5871. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house
vacancy 34th Ter. Ph. FR 2-5043.. for 15.500. Beautiful rolling hills. GARDENAPARTMENTS NEW I BR duplex apt.. kitchen $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom
over 100 acres perfect for horses
house $60 month. Furnished
equipped. $40 per month on ayears
WEST PARK and cattle $375.00 an acre. Also duplex apt., $90 month. FR
YOU lease. Ph. 374-8372
MORE than the ad that will rentit 2030 N.W. 55th St. other listings available from days 4-7466.
376-7327 evenings.
By owner. low down payment. 3 $75.00 on up. $57 per month up
bedrooms. payments less than Gainesville's Finest NICE apartment close in, priv. FORDYCE RENTALSCall
rent. Phone FR 2-0251. bath shower and entrance. utils. our agency to find the
FORDYCEAssociates Furnished or unfurnished and antenna furnished; also efficiency house you wish. Many listed.
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. apt. Ideal for working Also apartments furnished.
Inc. ment. 309 NE tth St. Phone 376- girl. 531 SE 2nd Place. FR 2-2582. FORDYCEASSOCIATES.
Here's what COSTS YOU
Vacancy FREDARNOLD 9408.
your 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 NEW 1 BR duplex apt. for rent

2 Bedroom fjmlshed at $75 per mo. 2 BR apt. at $85 INC.
EVERY DAY until it is rented: 43 Colored Property ment. Located 213: N.W.garage 2nd apart Ave with. kitchen equipped. John Merrill .2( W. Univ. 374-1234
Realtor FR 2-1494.
nue. Can be seen after S p.m. FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom
HOMES FOR SALE: FR 4-3593. Newly painted extra nice 2 Bedroom 2 bath. central heat built-in wirdi
2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & I 16 x 12 Master bedroom. stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m.
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. 3 rooms. 2nd floor. utilities fur. Duplex apartment. Quiet neighborhood
REALTORPRICE ment. Some small down pay nished. Couple. no pets. $55. Located with plenty of trees. :3 BR., 1 bath. Excellent loca
tion. MO month. 1011 N. W. 10th
ment. Monthly $57 at 727 E. Univ.
payment to Ave. 4-1897 2-4656 ask for
Call FR er
$40 per mo. .. . $1.33 per day $65. Also homes built on your Mr. Horne. Avenue. Ph. FR 6-3708. :
lot for no down payment. FOR RENT one bedroom furnished FOR RENT 2 BR house. Stove &

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day offered bedroom.for sale 2 bath for home less being than Builder Call TOMMY Phony RIDGELL FR 2-4125 General apartment Hospital.near Univ.$45& Alachua month. LARGE apt. 805 newly NE Sth decorated Ave. Partially garage yard.refrig.S70 furnished.per mo., fenced 1133 NW back 22nd 4837 N.E,

the FHA appraised value. situated Available June 15th 102 NW 7th furnished. Phone 376 3015 or
Ave. Phone 372-7997.
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day in N.W. location at 1806 N.W. 44 Cottages for Rent _St. Phone 376-7955. GR 5-5485. 7Irc
38th Terrace. Comes completewith SMALL house, 1 large room kitchen -
refrigerator, laundry 1 -furnished apt. $55 per mo. 5 rooms & bath downtown area tile bath, stove & refrig. 5
dryer :
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day and window air conditioning unit. FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage, all 2 BR furnished apt. $60 per mo. refrig. & stove. Adults no pets miles" r,.* Archer Rd. $30 per mo.
electric tile shower good ventilation at 722 NE 3rd Ave. call 376-1963 water turn. $60 per mo. FR 2- FR 4-332J.
Approximately $450 down so qualied -
located on Santa Fe after 5:00. 4621 or 372-1633. -
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day FHA buyer.REALTOR Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2. AVAIL. June TWO: bedroom house for rent.

1169. No children. 15. Air-cond... aerial. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange !IIIII HIIIIIHIRHlIIHHIIIIIIIIImI......."'. ...,. .'... .. .. ...., '.
WEEK SPECIALDrive no pets. .65.406 NE Lake Marine Boat Works, P. O.
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day by 922 N.W. 36th Terrace and 1 BEDROOM TRAILER, NO 6th St. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2014 S.E. Box 221, Orange Lake. Fla.

view this handsome 3 bedroom. 2 PETS, FR 25633.ONE NICE efficiency furnished apt. In 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day bath home. Truly an "aristocrat"of convenient location close to shop- open. Call FR 6-4230. I COMPARE !
homes comes complete with bedroom furn. cottage, twin ping center. ideal for couple water E. C. "CURLY"
built-in kitchen. central heating beds water furnished. no pets. furnished. Available now, $40 2 BR furnished house, no pets,
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day and air-conditioning. Price and _._3037_S.W. Archer Rd., PR 2-5633. per month. Call FR 6-3070. $70 per mo. 3037 SW ArcherRd. KUEHN JR.
terms on request. FR 2-5633. I I
ON 301 in Waldo, furnished cottage THESE HOME VALUES
$85 $2.83 day 45 Furnished Apts. 3 BR $75 per mo. 5 rm. $30. Homes. Lots. Income. Bus-
per mo . per ; kitchen, bedroom and bath. iness
NEAR SHOPPING CENTERWell Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn and Lake Property.
constructed. centrally located $18 week includes utilities. etc. turn left over RR tracks go to Farms and Acreage.E. BEFORE YOU BUY
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day economical home with 3 bedroomsand NICELY furnished convenient 448-1184. 1st rd., turn left go Va mile. C. "CURLY" KUEICf. Jr. 59
downtown area. S75. Also a
1 bath. With Homestead Exemption garage APARTMENT at 2010 N.W. 3rd W. Hunt. 638 N. MAIN ST.

,$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day yur Full taxes price are$11.500 only S45 with.00 1400 per only apt. air no conditioned.pets. Inquire$90.Lillian'sMUSIC Adults Place. $50. Phone FR 2-8626. AIR CONDITIONED 1 BR house located FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 Norwood
Store.FURNISHED 413 NE 5th St. Adults
down and $78.00 month to ATTENTION POSTAL
per a
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day qualified FHA purchaser. Apartment tor rent EMPLOYEES only. $45 per mo. Call FR 26556. I Hope"H"
with living Rm., bedroom tile Furnished & unfurnished apart- MCCOY'S
BEST BUY bath alr Lovely 2 story residence with 3 bedrooms Apt. FR 2-9569. area. Phone FR 2-4625. Macoma Homes
2 baths. family room. wood NICECLEANBX4S' HOME ImIIWlllllllJllllJIlJllllIllIIIIIIIUIII
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 1 bedroom
burning fireplace in living room TRAILER. Lot 16-C. Archer Road 2 BEDROOM. 5 room apt. N.W. Inc.For We Trade Homesor
7th Ter. Seen $75
by appointment.
and dish washer In the kitchen. Village. Phone FR 6-286 after .
$17,000 with good terms. 6.STOP. month. Phone FR 6-3825. 116 Sale very attractive 3- 1115 NW 40th Drive Property

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS N.W. 7th Ter. Upstairs. BUYERS bedroom, 1-bath home. 4617 3 Br.2BatIs
LOOKINGI! Sub-let June
HOLLY FOREST Aug. 15. 2 BR completely furn. NICE clean apartment 1632 N.W. University Ave.} walking PtltRlWflmmliIillmflhlfllflhIIflflflWflmtIIflWfl! / !
Exceptionally fine home on quiet 15th Terrace West Apartment. distance to Lake Forest The en
air cond. apt. T.V. antenna incl. We must sacrifice this following are ready tor
street situated at 4219 S.W. 7th 2 blks. from campus. Married $65. FR 28621.SEMIDUPLEX I Schools. Price 12500. $500
Avenue amidst huge live oak couple preferred. $89 per mo. 3 rooms very attractive GUIDEby down and $79.50 per month. --Our inventory is too occupancy.
shade trees. May we make an 3726753. prlvote entrance and Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy much-We will take

appointment for you? 3 rooms &: bath close-in adults bath. lights and hot water furn.. The James Co. Jr.4-5015.Day Office FR 6-7290.corner nights N. MainEYES FR $750 for our equity. 1442 NE 16th PI.

35 Houses for Sole! 35 Houses for Sole no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. newly remodeled and redecorated fld23vd. You assume $17.000 3 BR 1V4 bath $350 down.
FR 2-4621 or 372-1633. reasonably permenant tenants. The James Co. of Gainles-
ARNOLDREALTY 814 N.E. 11th Ave. Ph. 2-2191 ville. Inc., Builders of Kings- Approximate mortgage. $98 per mo.
IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm.. BY OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto after 5:30 P.M. or all day Satur- berry Homes for this area will u Hurry to take advantage
1 bath kitchen living rm.. dinIng 2 bath. cent. heat. built-in kit.. COMPANY Phone shopping, 609 N.E. 6th St. day and Sunday. be happy to answer any questions RIGHT1! of this. 2024 NE 16th Terr.

rm. Block home with T/i huge screen porch. paved dead- Multiple Listing Member FR 2-1391. $45 per month. 2 BR apt. upstairs $50 per mo. you might have concern 3 BR 2 bath. $350 down. $93.
acres of land within city limits. end street shaded lot. reasonably 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private Water furnished. 559 NE 6th ing home ownership. You mightbe See real dream living In Shadow
Price $14,000. Phone 472-2459. priced. Phone FR 2-237S. Associates: Peter Sieg bath & entrance. Hot & cold Ave. May be seen after i P.M. one of those people that Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 1115 NE 5th St. per mo.
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge water furnished. $50 per mo. Call FR 2-8890. now owns a home but found
D. 3 Br.2Bath
Oliver Bldr.Ph.
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Carol Estates. Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo Phone 2-9704 or 21995. that It is now Inadequate, If := 3330 & 3320
schools. Greene CLEAN living room lust refurnished this is the a call to The FR 2-0864
near Pay low equity Bob Kalkman Jimmy case.
FENCED REAR YARDA i. assume VA loan with $77.94 FURNISHED apartment for rent newly painted. 1 BR apt. James Co. could very well West on NW 39th Ave. past Our Loss Your Gain NW 30th Ave.
home Wall-t wall for two male only, lir complete : mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. at 1204 NW 23rd $75 per solve your problems. By this Springs Intersec -Our inventory must
carpets., draperies. central air 37 Real Estate Exchanged tioning, central heating u t II. mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone we mean trading in your present tion see sign on left. I per mo.
conditioning.. furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. be lowered We will
fenced rear yard. I BR, CCB. 4-2472. Weseman Realty. I home.
city water. shady lot.
Quality Chambers take for 4617 SE 1st PI.
oven. $750 equity
gas our
50 x 140 paved street located 2 B R. bath 94' business lot. Just 2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917
range and hood. Vanitied laundry near bus line and Stephen Foster off U.S. 19 Join's El Dorado Mo- rooms screened porch clean NW 36th Avenue. $52 per month. There are a number of questions You assume $13.600 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
ink In connecting utility room. School at 1114 NW 39th Ave. Down tel. $4000. Good terms or trade freshly painted sprayed monthly FR 2-4224. that we can answer concerning (Approx.) mortgage 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn. $41
Large living room, separate dinIng payment $100 *. $45 monthly. Inv for house trailer. Box 476 Cross for pests. Water furnished. $58 trading. We feel that Quality Homes o?r mo.
BR air cond. turn. trailer & en- Hurry! We must sell
1 I
room. Three large bed by talking with us you can
med. occupancy. See it fc phone City, Fla. per mo. Phone FR 4-5883. 303 SE 38th St.
rooms. Hugh Edwar s. Inc. FR 4-7170. closed cabana. Excellent condi- pick a suitable floor plan and now I
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I tion. FR 2-9886. 6-' A.M. and exterior design that will suit WESTVILLA' I 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
3747971.OPEN 38 Real Estate Wanted preferred but no children or 4-12 P.M. your needs from our many 3 BR, 1 bath. $400 dn. $"
HOUSE McKINNEY pest Upstairs apt. Available now. that keep hand.A per mo.
plans we on
UTIU FURN. close-in 2 rooms. private
16th I
Call 66512.REDWOOD bath off-street parking no call to the James Co. will Ave. Norwood 3236 NW 29th Ave.
3-4 PJvt.EXCLUSIVE GREEN TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 about
the facts
NORTHWEST bedroom country home with APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th pets. Also newly papered 1st floor get all any 3 BR, 2 bath $650 dn. $91
In St. New air conditioned 1 BR 1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. type financing any questionsyou & 37th St. per mo.
SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet or home nice older
DEATONREALTORS acreage apts. water furn. $90 mo. might have without any I Hope
WOODED 93 X 144 LotAIRCONDITIONED section of town. Send details to Call FR 4-0427 2-6723.per 2 BR furnished apt.. private entrance obligations on your part.
:3 box 424-M Gainesville Sun. or and bath. 3 students or "H" Inc. 3301 & 3311
Bedrooms. 2 baths. paneled CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apartment couple. Also one very nice bedroom We have lots available In TERMSWALTER NW 30th Ave.
Den. Living Room Dining Room. Holly Forrest : 42 Farms & Acreage near Campus $90 per mo. avail now. Phone FR 22721or most any section of town for We Trade Homes 4 BR, 2 bath, $400 dn ttf.
electric built-in Kitchen. large Phone 2-3329. 495-2312. you to choose from. per mOoIIUmllllllJI11IIIIIIJft
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala or Property
Family room. Hardwood floors.
FR 21053. Block Home. situated on large BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to S acre Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene u : !] 1IIIIIIIII1IICI
191t N.W. 11th Road with corner fireplace Sunken living room estates. Choice of wooded or Paramore have over 30 years i IJlRBllllllllIIIIIAIIIIIIIIARIIIIRnnmlUlII1IIIIIII
Florida Room permanent pasture. 7 miles west combined experience in the FOR RENT
Double Carport Central heat construction of homes. By care- STUBBS, ALL OUR HOMES ARE
of Gainesville. $600 Bros. BuildersInvites
NEW and air conditioning Modern per acre- ful supervision by Jim and OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 124 SE 7fh St.
be the first to make your choice!
kitchen with refrigerator Designed Call or United Farm Gene. it will enable you as the INC. u SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR, 1 Bath
3 bedroom. 2 bath homes. Near for luxurious living. Open homeowner to get more home YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo.
school. V.A. nothing down only house Sun. 2 to f 4110 S.W Agency 3722954. for your money and certainly I "We Trade 1123 S E. 4th STREETFR
$100 closing. FHA-mmimum down Sth Avenue. ACREAGE makes The James construction 4-5301 or FR 6-7989 I1111111111111II1JIIIIIIIIIIIIUUllIIIII1muI! I
payment N.W. Otis St. and 37th to be beyond compare.By I Houses"j

Place. AnglewoodBeautiful 10 Acres near Gainesville good -- IIIIBIJlllnllllllllilllllBllllllllJltlllnmJlllIIlUIWIN !!!! / l/IIIIIIIIIIIIIInmnmlllll1l11\111111/ ---\ --
land to building primarily the I 1.--- :: -- :::
REASONABLE DOWN PAYMENT- 3 B.R. 2 bath rwne Klngsberry home we feel we I
3 br.. Fla. rm. large fenced yardIn surrounded by spacious park like 95 Acres. Colonial home 2 lakeson have a great advantage and
beautiful Idylwild. Priced at grounds equipped with under- prop. borders on another, with great opportunity for you as
$14,000. ground sprinkler system This in 25 ml Gainesville. $30,000 good Palm View Estates the purchaser to pick design
house has many attractive extras terms. Call and floor plans that are created THIS HOME
and must be seen to be appre- by some of the country's

DAN BYRDASSOCIATES. Open ciated.house Let us Sunday show 2 it to to 5-611 you. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR leading architects.If .

INC. S.W. 41st Street. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 you desire complete Information .
Jack DeYot Realtor 4.6 Acres beautifully wooded. Suit. call The James Co. and
AssociatesE. ASSOCIATESJ. able for homesite or develop- ; A new community of distinctive we will be happy to come to

E. Holloway Christine Stone Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. ment. N.W. 39th Ave.. near Mill- ; homes in the fashionable your home and spend any
Walter Stoddard J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire hopper Rd intersection. $ ,3Q0. amount of time necessary to -
'2J N.W. 13th Street 372-2511 FR 2-3617 Terms. FR 6-6448 after S "s Northwest. explain The James Co. systemof T v-- "4.5
Call night or day Multiple Listing and weekends. P.m.1 \ home ownership.We .

can secure FHA VA and "

IN THE Featuring : several different financing.types of conventional ;

r FHA homes from Let us mention a few of
the Homes that are either under -
construction or In the
$16,000-$20,250 planning stage.4Bedroom .

t.: :: Down payments from $400.04 3 full tile baths
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this hometo
appreciate it. WI will tradeon
VA Loans Available this one.2Bedroom..

IV* bath with
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA hardwood floors located on
well shaded lot. Small down- l
payment. FHA.Construction .

BOATS & MOTORS to start soon on
_ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homes
and the
in N.E. Gainesville. Call now f TAPPAN appliances in it
WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS and make all color selections.All .
HUNTER Fiberglass Flshipg 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPlT AND MOTOR these will be brick veneer.
Boat Introduced by FRANK $iePHILPOTT S10W We have 4 lots on 39th Ave. I
? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES View Estatesis 100x276' Pick a lot and house Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter
CHARGE THE TACKLE .BOX 725 N. Main 372-3537 plan to suit you. the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25.000 which Tappan will

FRANK PHILPOTT'S The Heart Check Of with East Charlie Gainesville planned for professional men and their Bedroom.Now under 2 baths construction with 1453,- deposit in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of this home.

SPORT CENTER FR 2-179L List of Classifications to choose families. Sq. Ft. floor area double carport Will* Hundreds of other valuable prizes too. And nothing to buy. All you

Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from on shaded 100x276' lot.
Fishing Boats.McCULLQCH trade on this one. have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you

Trailers and Motors.JACKSON MURRAY Sailing ALACHUA ONLY DEALER COUNTY'S Skiing Swtmmlng-Divlng. FERNWOOD MODELS visit our model home.TAPPAN .

Fishing Equipment.
Where Quality Sells Itself SEA HORSE MOTORS I Built-in appliances as featured on
SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items. from $12.250 up '

20 N.W. Hth Ave Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper i THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet
FR 2-5011 or FR 44891Men. Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment.Tennis -

CAIRO'S MARINE from down !
Thru FrL 5-4 un. SaL W 601 S. MAIN ST. Equipment. $400
Otter Times by Appointment
_ _ Baseball Equipment.
full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our

SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish. For More Information I
Sun Want Ads [ IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Call t model home on NE 31st Ave. in

BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. 3 MODELS

Get Results Enjoy I dean ad healttty pool. Highland\ Court Manor
Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE!: XX THE: Co.

Supplies,service. It Monthly 'cleaning WRITE WIRE, PHONE or VISIT ...5== ;'C ==08.. the swim club community

FR 2-5343 4-0060 2-1171 SERVICE DIRECTORY Of Gainesville. Inc. .

Palm View Estates :;: Builder HomesOFFICE of Kingsberry I I

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the rk 372-2527 PHONE 1 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson

Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 Drive West on 16th Are. NIGHTS 372-7401& HOLIDAYS Soles Office-NE 23rd Blyd.' 6'' IHh Terrace-Phone 372-3471


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-.----- -. --- ,.____ 64 Household Goods 66 Mise .For Sat*. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

T-A-G APPLIANCESTested engine original cost. SI40. NEW palm camping trailer. One EXTRA clean cars S95 to S595. 90
I and Guaranteed 2 old. Win sell cheap. Call only 25 per cent off list. See John day 50-50 guarantee. No down
47 Refrigerators from S3* upf 376-9754.years Teter afternoons. Aiactiua.BELIEVE payment. small weekly or monthly MOTOR CO.
payments. H&H Motors 1636 POOLE-GABLE
11. Ms.fls 17 Washers from Sit up BRAND NEW 1964 IT SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749.
ZCarI it TUab liWanted Ie Bv 1 Dryers from S49" up I 119 SE First Are. SEZ
2 Food-Freezers from S9t MODERN HOME 53 FORD. V-l. green, 2 dr., SI50. SMITTY :
a lAd 1'.. 4 SIMthlMr7 T..1a I up OR NOT
Perfect for high school boy. Car
4 Psri.&Ua.4 8.nleu ., B8Ud1a1' .alert&JI 2 Dishwashers from. up
I Travel W.naau.a U R..e.... G.... 10 TV Sets from $35 up Fully automatic zig zag Save $400. 10 x 46 2 BR fur- has been in family since new. '64's selling like hotcakes. This
I Special X.ti.ss a AaUc. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. sewing machine. Set dial nlsHed only S31S. $350.40 down. Mileage 67300. Call 376- 916 or The new are

7 Flerllt; .4 )Ujc. F.r .aI. 4l' NW Sth Ave.Ph. 372-530) for fancy stitches appli S54.0V per month. see at Flavet III 214 R. THE CORRECT means we now have an excellent selection!

8Itt.rs.. Ckfll Care 11 Tra&1' r..te but tonholes Over 50 models to choose from T I that have been
Rsby que etc. 57 FORD. 2 dr. Fairlane b r d model used cars
rl.... '1'. G. Aa' ., ArUeI. Waat4 i 66 Misc .For Sale. $119. TRAILER MARTHWY. V-I. radio & heater Fordoma- TIME of late If you're thinking
I Things '1'. ... It Fa.1 OU WH4J tic. good tires. 1518 NW 4th Ave., traded in on the 64's.
'Zt Beale X.rble Egp. Sewing Machine Service Co. 17 PHONE 32S-10SO Apt. F. 372-1384. check this selection
AUTOMOTIVE '" C&aip -Bp' J1s FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar. 815 W. Univ. Ave. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 FR 2-1411 about a better used car
'It Offlee anteed. Can deliver I 157.50.. FOR SALE 1957 Dodge 2 dr., ht.
EquIpmft FR 6-1075 EAST FLORIDA
'It Alrplu. aaJu-ae.&aJ. 'D MuJcal 1ercand1s Refrigerator service In your PALATKA. ps. pb. r & h. auto trans.. 1962 .Courtesy Of today. 500 A uto-
n M."Ue H..s f.r Is.. I home. No service charge on re USED AUTOMATIC Whlttnauer TRAILER for sale. I x 31' TravelHe Falcon. 4 dr.. stand. trans. 22 University ChevroletN. I 4-dool Galaxi
7. 'neb f.. aale pairs. Wanted refrigerators and zoom B mm elec. camerapro- with nice lOx 15' cabana. mpg. avg.. excellent running '64 FORD transmission, power
'I'rae1. Wut.da. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. lector combination. S250 value Price $1000. Call 374-4477. car. Write Box 501, Keystone for Main St. at 16th An.CRANE matic

J1. TraDer Tne"re BattallII a TradE a..tale ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna for 1021$85.W.Univ.Univ.City Ave.Photo Supply. 1 BR air cond. turn trailer .. enclosed prompt reply. steering, air conditioned. Radio, $3095

M.t.reyees ... ... II Loti for 8a1.H ; Double stack complete. Nothing cabana. Excellent condi. BARGAIN .
v-so .
Aut.obfl Zep&lrs U WkIThflt ?T.PYt7U else to buy. $15. Brants. ONE Hotpolnt chest type deep tion. FR 2-9&i. 6-1 A.M. and 4- Auto-
A.te."Ues t.e .a3. 1$ B..... For lal.U S13 N.W. 8th Avenue. freeze. one AC)" by 7' custom-built 12 PJA. IMPALA Convertible 348 with l4rAni\ 4-dM/Gaiaxte. 500.

C..... SI C.ttsges F.r Sal. E; DOWLING'3 UPHOLSTERY bookcase with dlustable shelves.one FOR SALE floor shin new leather Interior. rUKl) transmission pcwer
wap Vt width roll bed or rent. 1960 Great These are hard to find. $750. Ph.3nm6 64 matic.
n away
Est&ts xehned IS Chairs low as sa. No money Lakes Mobile Home. Located on .
EDUCATJ'JNAL u Real Estt Waate' down low as Si per month. C.Phone M. Caddell 372-0115. 1045 N.E. 4th St. private lot. Call 377-2408. steering, radio, he ter. 2795
I II 0. St T.wg rreper&7 I Free estimates pickup and delivery

1. SckoiIu... lutneu.. dl B.sIneii Pr.penis service. All work guaran Medium brown r sofa with chair. SEE us for MOBILE HOME SUP 87. Automobiles Wonter I I v-s . . . . .
11 .t.. Diieth. CI auldeaUaI ....... teed. P"-.37..7786- foam rubber good condo $100. DInette PLIES & MOBILE HOME IN- I 2-
to W..W-la.tneu.a 4! Yarm. Acrear' set. like new brown & ivory SURANCE at the lowest rates. UNCOlNI I CHEVROLET &!Z:
f 4J Colored Property Renal 5 CONTEMPORARY living table. 34z48. plus 2 leaves and 6 SPECIAL-roof coating 54.50gaLTown CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords I 64
EMPLOYMENT Ul Colored room suite: 2 foam rubber lounges. & Country Trailer Sales & Chevrolets. Al Herndon ServIce MERCURY
Prepertv Sal. chairs. Like new. $70. 372-5516 eve- I and heater
n Work Wuted .aIe i 2 elftss-tooped three tier nings. 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR J-27M Station. 916 SE 4th St. tomatic transmission, radio
I' "ark W&td re..aIe end tables glass-topped multiplex Mercury-Comet-Lincofn
RENTALS corner table formica-topped cock PILE is soft and lofty colors steering, v.s $3095
n lale. Bell Wut.d 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE power
506 E.
tail table, SIM. After S p.m. orweekends retain brilliance in carpets cleaned Value Rated University .. .
U Blip-Mal. .r YesIs C. C.ttare. F.r'Red E with Blue Lustre. Rent 3600 miles . . .
376-234. electric Gainesville 372-4251
11 )(ale Bel, W..te hard-
CS F..ialle' Apts c:: shampooer SI. McDaniell FurnI- FORD pick up MVk ton new Imp. 4.door
Dnaatle C. UaI.l'llblld At.. CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with ture Co. 'Gainesville Shopping battery & starter good rubber Used Cars CHEVROLET
U Ysalo fbi, W..... CT Houses for a.., Fuio. amazing Lustre-Foam. Use our applicator Center. engine tired $300. Phone 372- 63 omission auto. trans-
4. Houses for Real ViSor". free. Call Home Beau- 4224. B&G MOTOR CO. I
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4' om. for R.i' tiful Furniture. 1703 N. Main St. REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag radio heater, power $2495

:s I'Ll. E.uIpment 10 Hotel a".1n I 41 LADIES cotton uniforms reg. makes. buttonholes decorative monograms stitches applique etc.- 83 Motorcycles & Scoofers Cadillac Oldsmobile FULL SIZE steering, V-8 . . . .
Food .. Fertilizer II KI... lefliAli S2.98. all colors (No white). Closing Only $47.70. payments $6.50 2001 NW 13th St. Fury 4-door, hard63 -
:a Livestock h lappUet 11A Wonted T. Beat per'no.
out SI.29. '
ass W. Univ. FR 6-1075.
2. Ludoooptag Top 100 U Bee"... Wootol I Boys and girls knit tennis shirts ALLSTATE TO tc. motorcycle. FORDCUSTOM PLYMOUTH top auto. trans-
10 Pots .. .pplll IS 0f1lc. Desk 8paeo BABY cribs. Danish Modern Excellent
re-; S1.89. size 10 through IS, 4> Thayer running cond. Call FR
11 Untilek w..... $4 BuJaell &u&&la I cents. baby bed with new mattress, 6-262S. GAINESVILLEAUTO mission conditioned.. Radio, $9705
DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT S25; also a -a-Crib. $15. Phone
FOR SALE lightweight French v-s . .
, 376-4728. steering
FINANCIAL SERVICE 1' S.W. 1st Avenue SALES power -
motor bikes, good mileage. Ideal
It Business OppsrtoItIei 21 PpeeIaI lenlell STAUFFER reducing table In near 300 wedding gown selling for $40. for use with restricted drivers St. 2-DOOR V-200. 4-door,
1007 N. Main
17 M..ev I. Le_ :3 B.msU Impre.em.at. ly new condition. terms can be Full length. sstin. Size 12. Call license. Two slightly used 1962 63 VALIANT matic
MongagsS It Bafl. 'IT ServicoS. I arranged for reliable party. Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon, Models. $75 each. Two 1960 Models Phone FR 2-6313 trans$1795

r Meal' WU" U ppUasi. h JurnltoriI Phone 376-4435. 372-0300. $55. Call FR '2-5258 week- Northcentrol Florida's $2096.00 mission, radio. Real sharp .

I 4 Modern walnut finished chairs SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK x 12 ends or after 4 weekdays. LargeStIndependent V-200. Convertible.
-j.- contour molded. Good for diningor linoleum $5.85. Power mowers 1962 ALLSTATE Cruisalre for sale. VALIANT
desk use. Cost $14 ea., sell 14.95; chests from $7 up; desk Sell as Is. Best offer takes. Call Dealer FAIR E2.DOOR 63 Radio:
48 Houst for Rent Unfurn. 51-A Wanted To Rent 9
for S7. Also 30 gal National SS & $9; baby beds $12.50 & $15 372-8238.
water neattr. Electric. good con- playpens $4 and up Maytag heater . . .
GRADUATE student and wife. mid dition. 115. 372-3481. wringer washers S27JO; fans gas 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS V-200 4-door, radio,
1 BR, 1 Bath complete kitchen, ,
ranges. refrigerators dinettes. reupholstered VOLK EN VAIANT
near schools and shopping centers. thirties want furnished house for 1964 Dressmaster Zig Zag like living room suites $1996.00SHAW 62 heater $
For Information Manaro'S about pets. FR year 2-7327.no children or new. fully guaranteed* Blind I couch $12.50; piano bench $7; 39" SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive ioQr

Restaurant. FR 24690. .hems monograms. buttonholes. bed S15; and many :other Items repairs and tuneup. clean . .
Sews vn' buttons darns & mends. I at Pauline's 1425 E. Univ. Ave. Miller & Sons, 732 N.W. 1st St. radioand
AVAIL Immediately. 3-4 Br.. LR. 52 Boarders Wanted Only 6 payments at S8.12 ea. Free delivery. Ph. 4-0650. Phone 372-0080. & 4-door Wagon,
DR. Kit. Equip. Near Park,
Call 3722051.
shopping, schools. $100. 1203 N.E. PAIR of trundle beds S25; 21" AIR CONDITIONING Tune up $
5th Tar. FR 4-2493. ROOM and Board for girls. Private SEWING MACHINE Port. T.V.. $45; RemingtonRandPort. Special $2.50 for performance KEETER 1395
bath. Washing Machine. Phone Singer Zig Zag makes fancy Typewriter $45. Call 372. test. All makes and models.' MILLER- /.V) heater . . .
1 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. FR 4-4083. stitches with drop in cams but. 5560. Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 4-door Wagon, auto-
Stove .. refrigerator Ins per Conditioning Servicing Center. BROWN 23.8 E. Main St. FALthN
tonholes. sews on buttons darns '
mo. Phone FR 4-2472 Weteman 54 Business Rentals & mends. Only $78.20 Payments COLDS large POT.top 11 freezer cu. ft.compartment refrigerator. 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- uce. I FR 2-0503 62 matic tran. SI QC
Realty. 2561. 1030 E. Univ. ese.i.FR
S7.40 per mo. Call 3722051. $45. Phone FR 6-2023. 2.3582 mission, radio, heater, 17,000 mi. lt7VAl

RENTALSMany GARAGE space for rent, 613 S.W. NOT DIVORCEDI EMERSON 21" screen tabletop 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I : -door 707' Automatic
2nd St. Call John /
Merrill. Real- model TV with Iron stand
have a brand new 1964 model wrought LANCER
homes furnished and unfur. _tor. FR 2-1494. Zig Zag Automatic Sewing Machine $35. In very good condition. Call CHEVROLET 58 Station Wagon. 0 transmission, radio,

nlshed. Furnished Lake house. APPROX. 4,000 sq. ft. on ACL that does everything. We 376-0559. Brookwood Model. auto.. R H, $
Call rail siding. Yard space at rear. would like someone to take up MATERNITY WARDROBE. lust new tires, extra clean low mil- heater, power steering. | | /JP[
all on paved street. 534. SW 2nd payments of S5.75 per month. I I t J
like new. Some were very expen- age. Price $7>5. FR 6-052X Clean .
MARY MOELLER REALTOR Ave. Call 374-7511. Mr. String- Total price S54.50. 115 W. Univ. sive. Reasonably priced Sizes
fellow. Ave. 374-1075. now. CORVAIR Monza '43 equipped Yes! It's 2door. Real
14-15. Call 376-0559. 895
1019 W. University FR 4-4471 with radio, heater white sidewall 761 FALCON
56 Business Opportunities DIAMOND RING one carat flawless DOUBLE bed. mattress maple tires. 1.000 actual miles.' nice . .
a BR. 1 bath carport large yard
with platinum fishtail mount-
headboard bookcase. Match I Assume ,
n g payments small equi New Yorker 4.door
paved street N.E. section. near Ing. Appraisal value $1500. will bureau with large mirror open ty. Will consider older car for I LI
school. Stove & heater furnished. EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r sell aprox. for half price. Call stock at local stock. Long distance equltv. Call owner at 372-8441 NO FLIMFLAMNO 01 CHRYSLER hardtop, powersteering
Call FR 4-4774. Service Stationopen Gus McGriff at 374-3830 between
_$70 per mo. and doIng T.V. antenna $20. Pole lamp _ext. 3X -i weekdays.
business will lease to responsible 4 & 8 p.m. brakes air condi-
$10. Danish power
modern sofa
LARGE S room frame house at party with adequa t e Mercury Monteray 1959 4-door se $2095
1720 SE 45th Ter. $50 per mo. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. SOLID Maple spindle dbl. bed. chairs SlOO-set. Studio couch $5.W dan. Air conditioned. radio. heater GIMMICKS tioned, radio, heater. Like new .
with mattress & dbl. elec. drill etc. sander. misc. .
Call FR 2-4134. Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-4512. nearly new white side walls. Exceptionally -
dresser with mirror. $50. 2602 tools. Call FR: 2-0879 evenings.' clean. Reasonable. FR 2-1313.
2 BR masonry home at 4134 NW .12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. NE llth St. Ph. 3741424.TRADE Aisc. furniture for sale beds _1224 E. Univ. Ave. 0 61 CORVAIR TRUCKRadio
11th St. sao per mo. John Merrill Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity
Realtor. 372-1494. for the right man to get In your costly to operate chests. lamps. etc. Also camping OLDS. 1954 like new $375. 1958 New 1964 1 GMC Pickups heater
the bowling alley business with a ELECTRIC water heater. and trailer and equipment. See John MERCURY. 2 dr.. ht, $300. Phone $1 095
2 BR new home. located on paved small S48 for a new glassllned GAS Teter In Alachua. 374-4954 or 372-3124.
amount of capital. Call FR ___ Nice .
Fla. 20 miles
street. Hampton water heater Much more hot
4-2441 or FR 4-2730. Ask for Mr. GOOD Hoover Upright cleaner
from Gainesville. Wired for elee. water at about half the cost with VALIANT 1963. clean WW tires. 2-door
stove has elec. hot water heat. Haynes. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. with all attachments. $30. Phone automatic V200. No equity or 60 METROPOLITAN

er. $AS per mo. Contact G. P. MAN ond wife team free to live ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. FR2-5489. assume payments. Call FR 2- $175 DOWN hcrdtop.Radio .
Wadsworth. Hampton. out of town and operate a small ; GOLF. set of f Jack Burke Irons. 3813 after 5:30 or FR 6-3162 in heater
Sundry and rental business. Phone DUE to divorce. I have a like new by McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must afternoon and ask for Bob both $395
4 511 NW 15th St.
$125 BR.per 3 bath mo. FR 43012.TRAILER 1964 sewing model machine.Zig that Zag does Automatic every sell.Depot Cell Ave.372-2002. See at 804 S. places. $ ecn Nice . . . . . .

) BR, 1 bath 1414 NE 9th St. $75 PARK. near Gainesville. thing. We would like someone to VOLKSWAGEN 1961 Sun roof excellent I Impala 4-door,
per mo. $7,900. Low down, low monthly take up payments of $4.00 per condition. can be seen at 9O Per Month 60 CHEVROLET
Call McKlnney Green Inc. 2-3417. payments. Call. mo. Small balance. Ph. 3722051. 70 Boars Marine? Equip.Sm. anytime. Call FR 6-2101. automatic trans-

2 Bedroom unfurnished house 307 MARY MOELLER REALTOR BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted mission, radio, heater, air $'
S.E. fth St. $55 month newly decorated 1019 W. Univ Ave. FR 4-4471. ailfish. 4-2". By Al Pfleguer. row boat & all equipment Including 963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- 1295
Inside. FR 4-2441, FR IF you want a bargain In a good Miami. Fla. Only S145. The Tackle outboard motor. S h.p. $70. top coupe air conditioned Including: License tag state sales tax, life conditioning . . . .

62930. Mr. Haynes. grocery store all colored trade. Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Cash. Can find me at home. R.L. 4 speed transmission. Caris insurance, and finance charges. 2-door, radio
Burton, 1101 SE 2nd Ave. Tues,
call me. You must have collateral KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR parked on Univ. City /60 FORD
49 Rooms For Rent & good credit. Ph. FR 6- 1957. In good condition S25. Phone Thurs.. Fri. & Sat. afternoon. Bank parking lot. See Mr. Reainic heater, air $OQC

7231 davs FR 2-0441 nights. 374-8583 from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 1'4* boat trailer. Excellent condition. conditioned. .
Foster Mr. at Pontiac
or Tropical
PJVU $40. See at 1720 S.E. 45th Terrace. -
LARGE clean cool room. access 61 Wanted to Buy FR 4-0431. the bank. SMITTY'S SUPER SPECIALS

to shower & refrigerator. Linens CLOSE OUT SALEOn 14' Pan American fiberglass boat, 41 CORVAIR, at ....._ $995
4.door Wagon
.. maid service. weekly. FR Ave.2- CASH for your used furniture refrigerators Wallpaper. 9Sc a Roll 40 HP Mercury. trailer. FII.I 43 COMET .................. 1.395 CMC Truck Center 760 CHEVROLET .
1185 or '-1"' 416 NE 2nd stoves. TVs. clothIng HARPER PAINT CO. I Camping trailer. x 8'. Fully 61 RENAULT ................ $475 power steering,
NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. etc. FR 2-3937. William's 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 equipped. Sleeps 5. GR 5-2535. 43 RENAULT .................. $795 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583

12th Road. Phone. FR 2-4972 or Service Center. Hawthorne Road. NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers BARGAIN1960 family cruiser 64 FIAT. 400 mL ........... $995 radio, heater, automatic ..tronsmis$1245

FR 4-4083. edgers. tampers. light 191 Glasspar 75 hp Evin rude. 62 FORD Galaxls .......... $1,495 sion, air conditioned.
LARGE room for men twin beds, 62 Machinery & Tools plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs Tandem trailer. Cost $6,000 orlg. Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. automatic
rent single or double. Showers. & Stratton. new and used mo Priced for quick sale $1495. Want It f| PADn 4-door,
refrigerator. Call 2-1781 414 N.E. FOR sale"small Caterpillar bulldozer tors. Rental. sales and service. larger boat. Call 472-2213. BRING out the best in your car. OU rUrVltransmission radio $
.' ,' blade in good condi- Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Superior Auto painting body ,
2nd Ave.NICE. QQf
tion. Reasonable. Call 442-1780 any 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. NEW Fishing Boats painted and work. Fast dependable service
and heater air cond.. . .
cool downstairs corner time. ready to go. 8th Anniversary free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S ,
room. close In, otf street park- 1 TWIN bed. box springs & mat. 15 day sale. June 1st to 15th. BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 4th St. NO DOWN'PAYMENT 2-door hardtop.
Ing. antenna furnished. 531 S.E. 64 Household Goods ress. foam rubber mattress. $40. 10 ft. $24.95. 12 ft. $39.95. S yearsIn FR 4- 707. 60 PLYMOUTH
Call 374-3844. automatic i
2nd Place. FR 2-2582. same location. Turn East at
1942 ENGLISH FORD Anglia white.
REPO'SESSEDHELP' T-V antennas. 14 single stack. $8 post office. S blks. Frank Dickerson. transmission radio
ATTRACTIVE room with prlv. entrance Has heater. Clean. Phone 462- ,
& kitchen privileges. Ideal double stack. $1495 complete kit. Orange Lake Marine Boat 9451. We Have Slashed Prices To The Bone $795
for student who needs quiet placeto Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. Works. highway 441 P. O. Box and heater . . . . .

study 372-7883. SAVE MY CREDIT THE best costs less. Unrivaled 221 Orange Lake Fla. THUNDERBIRD air-cond.: White'59 loaded cleanest Including in On This Select Group Of Cars. ComeIn Fury, 1.doorhardtop
14' Pan American Boat. fiberglass
NICE bath room.also 1 private with entrance twin beds.& credit I've bn dept.transferred says responsible out of town.party gas service.Inc.Your 376-5392.Philgas Dist. Full- 40 Camping HP motor Trailer.and fully trailer.equipped Florida the 2-2283.State of Fla. Phone FR And See What Only A Few Dollars 59 PLYMOUTH power

Private entrance bam. 145 NW can take over pmts. on my turn. 'ROSES Lawn Mower Service. I Route 1, Keystone Heights. Box46L I 1964. 4-door air conditioned, Chevrolet Per Month Will Buy. steering, automatic transmission. $O/IT
31st Ave. Ph. .. appliance now In storage. Group am back at old stand 516 W. GR 52535. II, Nova. i 04DCQ
Completely equip.
Radio and heater
NICELY furnished newly deco- consists of nylon covered sofa bed University Ave. I buy. sell and ped. Best lowest priced buy in . . . .
14' bottom boat lightweight -
rated room for career girt. Share also matching chair 2 end tables & trade. 1st class repairs. as al- fiberglass, semi "V" bottom. run- town.c Call FR 4-9750 days. 372- / DlllfF/ -doo', power steering,
bath with one girt. Limited kit. matching cocktail table with mar- weys. Excellent 5032 evenings. Per Month JO
5V4 h.p. Johnson. DU1V.power
ning lights. brakes
Bedroom suite dresser
chen privileges. Phone 374-5424. proof tops. ,
with tilting mirror on chest YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGYOUR condo Gator trailer. All. MGA. 1958 Top condition, like 59 RAMBLER . $695 $38 $495
IN PRIVATE HOME. nice Clean full size bookcase bed. dinette set HEARING. Our Free Examination .. for $325. Call FR 2-0949 weekdays new Interior. Call FR 2-3054 aft Radio and heater. V-8 . . .
room for reliable gentleman. No with foam padded chi Irs, family will give you an accurate after 5. er 7:30 P.M. 57 STUDEBAKER 295 18 o
drinking. Phone FR 4-5047. with full Report. Visit Gainesville 0S 53 PLYMOUTH
size Norge refrigerator
1957 VW. sunroof radio & heater ;od$145
Hearing Aid Company today. 73 Musical MerchandiseWIJRLITZER Runs
Rooms for male students near campus size freezer crisper shelves on
summer rates. By week or door deluxe range Is also Included. N. Main St. Phone FR 6-0095. many recent repairs 32 mpg 56 FORD . . 390 21
$450. Call 37 3142 after S P.M.6V '
month. Kitchen maid service. This group originally sold for SW. CONDITIONER 9000 BTU $95; 53 CHEVROLET

F R 2-2726. Now only ialousle & thermopane windows; Americas No. I piano and CORVAIR. Monza red and 57 STUDEBAKER SW 390 21 2-door. $
Hi-FI components. odds & ends. organs are at Earl's Piano Co. white, clean white walls radio J45
51-A Wanted To Rent $263 Private owner. Must sell. FR 2- Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlit. stick shift. Must sell. $500. Also 56 RAMBLER' . 395 23 Runs real good. . .
304J.I zer Dealer. 702 W. University '49 Ford bod'{. engine (it.e nets.' ?
Wa money dawn Cake over omeif Ave. Phone 372-2323. I 1 owner low mileage ,rsa. FR 2- 55 CHEVROLET
"wtehet to $1.U wk ask for furniture I REFINISHED oak s/anf-fronf desk. I f D23D Sl S.E. Jtfr Ave. 55 FORD . . 550 32 2.doo. 125
UNIVERSITY trafeuar to storage It oak dresser and wash stand I PRACTICE( PIANO SALE
rent 1 or 4 bedroom furn or un- large empire mahogany buffet. CLEAN 41 Chev. Impala Sports '
I Upright pianos, some as Is. some 56 ORD SW 250. 15
house for I year beginningAug. NATIONALFURNITURE sectional sofa blond drop leaf factory rebuilt. priced from S25 Coupe. radio. heater whife sidewalls . . 56 CHEVROLET
ii'. Write Dr. Sidney Den- Antique auto trans. 2-doo,
WAREHOUSE table and 4-chairs. Lamps. and Gridley Music Co.. power steering. ,
man. Stetson Univ.. DeLand Fla. 3622 Beach Blvd.. FL t-J541 Brtc-A-Brac. Other house Gainesville up. Shopping Center. FR Ph. FR 2-3745. 57 FORD SW . . 395 23 V-8, Runs Good Power Pack $245
RESPONSIBLE family needs 3 BR Open dally f-1. Sat. 9-i. Sun 11-4 hold Items. Nearly-Nu Furniture v.5353KONLER. A. H. Mark II Sprite '62. radio
tmfurn. house Sept. 1. J. Stewart Jax Fla. Delivery assured any Shop. 314 N.W. atft Avenue. FR CAMPBELL spinet piano and heater black with red in 55 Rambler SW ........ 195 13

Ruskin Rd.. Buffalo 26. N.Y. where. 6-4892.
43 terior. For Information call 372-
with bench S395. Call FR 26478.
4245. 55 METRO . . 350 21 HawesPowersMotor
USED Clarinet. Bundy. Good beginners 1942 VW. excellent condition. load
Instrument. Price $45. ed with extras. Call 372-5151. after 59 RAMBLER AM. SW 595 34))

SERVICESHome Call 376-1349. 5:30 P.M. weekdays.T4. I

1943. white $2300 or best offer 59 PLYMOUTH .

private. 417 NS 4th Ave. (0.
Automotive 9 pass SW . 750 44 I

77 Mobile Homes for Sale 58 RAMBLER 495 29 I
And Business . SEE J.
E.O.M. : L Smith. Frank Gray. Wilbur Sligh

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 58 Plymouth ............ 495 29 I Mac McCullough
4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Plymouth-Valiont-Chrysler( -Imperial..-Simea

Auto Gloss Gainesville 372-5113 SALE 61 FIAT . . 495 29 Sales and Scrrict
Plumbing Hours I to .. Sunday 11 to 7 I 'W. will not bt undersold or out-traded

AUTO: CLASS Is our only bust- Service-Is a must with us. 59 Renault . . .. 395 24 ,

net*. Immediate Installations SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Sunliner convertible.62 FORD V-8 Cruls-- 312 N. MAIN ST.

free beauty pickup& value& delivery.to your Add car. used fixtures. complete WYATT- o-matic transmission. Radio 56 CHEVY . . 495 29

MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. plumbing service "BIO" JIM heater. white wall tires power
3TJ N.W ,th St. Ftt -558. HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- steering power crakes. 1-own FR 6-3400
Ing. FR 2-15S9. Trailer SalesHome
ere Like new.

BulldozingSMALL UpholsteryUPHOLSTER of $1995 Ridgway Motor Co.

$trucks.. bulldozer fill dirt. lime loader.rock.dump Top Pacemaker Shasta Travel and Mobile TrlilenOC"I' Alrstream Homes Convertible.'60 VOLKSWAGEN Very good condI- 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 I Sun Want Ads Get Results

soil. Phone 372-7I44. your furniture at tion. wi si 095.
First Mobile Home
reasonable prices. Call Sally. L
BULLDOZERS A Dragline. Backhoe Experienced. FR -988I. Dealer Since 1948 $895
wheel tractors. motor 1123 Silver Springs Blvd. IIIusw
60 _ _
Phone 619-1351
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grader. Free estimates.FR U21.W. G. RemodelingDO Ocala. F II. Convertible radio heater, f
Buck) Johnson fI
white wall tires brand new I

YOU NEED. Florida WEBUY top. Good rvbber.
Concrete room. extra fI
room more room roof work. USED MOBILE HOMES $545
CONCRETE finishing. W. I It s. or maybe a complete new home I
Repair & Too dollar paid phone 376-0571. 59 OLDSMOBILE fI
Appliance drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard For a free estimate. & guaranteed -
Air Conditioning etc. expertly done. Estl. work phone Carl C. WE have installed sewer system 9*. 4-door hardtop full pow.rincluding
mates. Call OT-3M4. anytime. Waters. 3774019.CARPENTER t have made additional new large air
spaces which are available now $1095 I
desires work. additions
1 at Shady Nook Trailer Ct. 3101 cAlls
A-t HANDYMAN SHOP Landscaping I. repairing. Phone FR SW 34th St. 376-7559. '56 FORD
First In air conditioning and Appliance $4102.Sswlng 4-door. Town sedan. Y-a. automatic
repairs. We sell guaranteed LANDSCAPE SERVICE NOW SHOWING radio heater red and
washers refrigerators ate. Grass Sod-Gardels Main-Nursery Machine ReDsl" 1964 MOBILE HOMES I white. 1-owner. Like new con I
stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S .
FR I and 3 bedrooms all Floor
60267.WE NURSERY CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- Plans. Terms tailored to meet dition. .

FIX IT Landscape Co. VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. your budget. Drive a little and $645 _ _
Any type appliance electricalwork FR 4-ZSH for free estimate. 376-1075. We repair all save a let at FORD j" r;
60 !
or gasoline engine repairs Makes worn futlyguerenteed.' CONNOLLYMobile Vk Ton pick up. I LIKE" I :t1'-j4 YOUR BEST BUYI
done Immediately and economically. Mortgage Broker Home Sales., Inc. i
Pick up and delivery. Tires Alignment 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 $895 I
BUTLER .. SONS FHA and conventional at lowest Phone 622-1166 55 FORD f
SERVICE CENTER current rates. Terms to 25 Brake Service Closed Sundays
I 3/4 ton. Flat bed pick W 63 PEUGOT 59 BUICK
1531 NW 6th St. 376-2S66
years. Will gladly discuss at no OWNER. a x 46. 2 bedroom Knox $595 64 COMET
PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL SI obligation. Call tomorrow. VACATION SPECIALON mobile home. Air conditioned. Convertible
per Inch plus $!. to Install most I J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor famous nationally known Mohawk Carpeted. $1700. Town a. Country 57 FORD Convertible! Moder 404 W/Sun roof Radl -
tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR M4M tire . Save up to Trailer Lodge. P04n. After S. V ton Fleet side. 4-speed trans bucket seats
Reconditioned TV from $...s. FRED B. ARNOLD 50% on new tires. See our new mission. with Air. Heater, vinyl trm.
THE VARIETY STORE REALTOR wrap around retread that gives
mileage & traction. Lati- DEAL LOCALLY $595 $1295
7 S.E. 1st Ave. FHA AND CONVENTIONAL more 52950
4 'Technician'svitft S4 years ax.Dereqscp LOANS seer Tire Ceo 4tt N MaIn St Finance locally with bank rates SPECIAL

on ell makes IJ1' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3322 Service Satisfaction
Tree Service 54 ,
Senriet MORTGAGE MONEY 33 yrs. In mobile homes business radio & heater. .
Appraisal M per cent Interest. Terms to A-I TREE SERVICE assures your protection. $245 .
I 25 years. : Pruning demossmg. bracing & cat :
BUY BUILD REFINANCE .ing. tree removaL' Cavity BUTTSMOBILE 1961 CHEVROLET 4 door power 1960 MERCURY 4 door sedan 1962 FALCON 2 door standard

FRED .. ARNOLD Call work & tree feeding. Lawn service HOMES Good TrsaspcftatioB CanTo I steering radio heater automatic I power steering power brakes ratransmission I whit a very clean

RIAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL 125 NW 13 Dan St. Byrd Ptw FR 12511 fc insured.and maintenance.Free estimates.Licensed Trey Goose ,From. I transmission beautiful red V-8 I dio heater clean eo eo. $1095 I cor eo. eo eo _eo . $1195

SERVICE Thames. 376-5940. Jack: Hoover INC. $1295 I

Bit W. ,UNIV. AVE., PH. 371-3522 GLADYS and conventional Smith Realtor.loans. FHA Low 446-3482 Gainesville Fla 441 N. at city limits across from NO DOWN PAYMENT I 'I960 OLDSMOBILE 4 door hard I 1959 BUICK Electro 4 door hard 1961 FORD Galaxie brakes 4 door beautiful power

rates. Terms to IS "'rs.. I22t Gainesville Livestock MarketIT'S brakes I radio heater best in I steering power
steering top buy town
W. Univ. Ave. In.J9J. WINDOW CLEANING RaulersonMotors I top power power I white air conditioning $1495
Auto Equipment I radio heater air conditioni"g.ot I . . . . $995
FOROYCE and Associates. Inc. WINDOW Cleaned. floors cleaned
Conventional and F.H.A. I. 'I. and waxed houses washed It FOOLISHto $1495 I I 1961 COMET' door standard

CaJ7e123*. Grace Fordvce. yrs. experience. Free estimates. pay more. RECKLESS to 1963 ENGLISH FORD Anglia I 1963 OLDSMOBILE 4 door auto- I transmission radio heater economy

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt forMMr ." Realtor. Fordvce Associates. Phone FR 25055.ADVERTISE 'pay less.. GET THE REM.'FACTS. 1611 HAWTHORNE $995 I rnatic transmission Air $2995 I with class .. . .. . $1095
>ftangedr Repair kits Inc. nt West University Ave- Payments a* low as
Jack. Factory ewthorb4 tIUf'' StM per month wIth cm flown. ROAD '
Walker Hydraulic Jack LAKE GENEVA MERCURY
'ServiceAgent. PAINTING Mobile Homes Sales 3725285Home .
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. IN THE Rf 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia.
Main PI 2.101ADVERTISE WANTED Painting. Free es _
: of Arl Used Can -
IN THE timateINo job too smalL SEBYICE DDUCtOAY: ItO$150 Titan down 10 and z 51.take 2 BR over trailer.payments CARS DUCKS JEEPS I 516 S. MAIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE 376.2425

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I FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL ana aemands which you or elmer tf
t GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA YOU. may have against the estate et
OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND Charles A. Demaree also known as C.
Pesticide FURNITURE A. Demaree, deceased late of said Court
StudyIn Watermelon Patch Out! I Staled bids will be received In the i ty to the County Wit| of AUchua
Keep ,
: office of the Florida Highway Patrol. County Florida at Ms office In the
Gainesville. Florida until 2:00 P.M. court house of said County, at Gaines
EST. June 10. 19&4 for office equipment ville*Florida within six calendar months
j And furniture for the new addition -from the time of the first publicationof
Miss. PlannedBy Swiping watermelons is sud- A combination of factors has time-and this is money the of them, slashing, plugging and 1 ,to the FlcrldA Highway. Patrol shall this be notice.in writing Each and claim shall or state demand the
tion Gainesville Florida.All
denly serious business in Ala- caused bitterness. farmer has borrowed from the breaking them open only to'I materials to be equal In StA'1 place of of residence the claimant and post and office snail address be
chua Watermelons themselves are I bank, promising to pay off from find them all green. to General Flreproofing equipment.List sworn to by the claimant his agent,
County. of furniture and equipment can
highly valuable now.They're the crop proceeds Pearce The melons they "tested".are:secured at the office of the Florida demand his attorney not so and filed any shall such be claim void.. or
OVID A. MARTIN conference at New Orleans fail- Farmers ,
are reported camping I all ruined. Department of Public Safety Neil Kirk. ,MARY DEMAREE,
worth $1 each to the
I man Building. Tallahassee. Florida. As administratrix of the Estate of
WASHINGTON APSecre- ed to show that pesticides were '
( fields"with
.in their shotgunsat farmers, according to Sheriff's said.Finally Alachua's watermelons Officers believe boys from Bids will not be considered on partsof Charles Demaree also known as
tary of Agriculture Orville L. responsible for recent fish killSin i. this furniture. 'Bids must Include all C. A. Demaree. deceased
night. Gainesville schools and the
,Criminal Investigator Wayne high Items on list. First Publication May 13,1964
Freeman intends to try to prove the lower Mississippi River. And the,sheriff's office promises Pearce. aren't yet ripe. University Florida are the All.prices to be quoted F.O.B. Gainesville 3343) 5:13, 20 27} 6:3NOW
through field tests and studies "None of the evidence presented Thus, in three separate in- I Florida.
serious criminal charges-: Watermelon farming is expen- culprits. Bids to include delivery to the Florida OPEN1
that properly applied chemical either at the hearings or at including larceny-will be lev- i sive. stances thieves, presumably in- '"I'd like to see them stay''',.and Highway set up In Patrol proper Station rooms. uncrated I
pesticides are not a hazard to the conference was scientifically -eled Delivery date to be stated In bid. 7 to 11
against anyone who es-. I It costs about $125 an.acre to terested in just .one ripe mel- out before someone gets The right is reserved to reject any a.m. p.m.
humans and wildlife.He adquate, in the judgment of capes the shotguns. 'raise the melons to harvest on ransacked through 12 to 50, shot," ,Pearce said. or all bids. ALL YOUR FAVORITE
and other interested gov- the Agriculture Department, to PUBLIC FLORIDA SAFETYH. DEPARTMENT OF BRANDS

ernment agencies are placingfive justify withdrawal of Endrin, Al- stamps honoring the late president N. KIRKMAN Liquors
teams of scientists in the i drin or Dieldrin (the questioned i City :Still Named Cape CanaveralF. I ,but such a postmark'does (33U Director.5:27 '.3 e Wines
Mississippi River area to col- chemicals) from farm use," not exist. Beer

lect information in an effort to Freeman said. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Stamp collectors have deluged Kennedy stamp, which collectors The City Council rejected a IN IUDGE THE, ALACHUA COURT OF COUNTY THE COUNTY FLORIDA. FREE DELIVERY
I t
disprove allegations blaming He said surveys showed thata (AP)Many a stamp collectoris Postmaster ,Lyle Meadows and send in to be mailed that the IN PROBATE.IN PAUL
chemical pesticides for fish kills major source of pesticide residues learning that, while the mis- I back with the postmark they suggestion commun RE: Estate of :
his four clerks with "first CHARLES A. DEMAREE also knownas
and other losses to wildlife. involved in the fish losses sile center was renamed Cape day!' want as a souvenir. ity's name be changed to con- C. A. DEMAREE. Deceased.. I Package Store
The in the face industrial plant man- Kennedy the covers." These are decorated wanted' form with the cape's name To All Creditors and Persons Having
department, was an ; city still is Cape I The collectors a Cape Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
of strong criticism of widespreaduse ufacturing these chemicals, rather -Canaveral. envelopes, bearing the new'Johnl88e Kennedy postmark on the new,I change.AilPurpose. .r You and and required each of to you present are hereby any claims notified ,'I 1318 E, University Avt. ,
of pesticides and the like, than in water that ran off
has taken the position that agricultural -farmland that drained into the
chemicals are absol- Mississippi.
utely essential to bountiful production Freeman said the team of
of food and fiber. scientists will make studies of tlV1-HE FIRST TIRE AT PRICE LITED BELOW
Freeman's statement on the soil, silt, runoff and well or cistern ..
field tests said evidence sub- water, from pesticide-treat-,
mitted at here ed land well studies of .
public hearings as as I
at Memphis, Tenn., and Baton insects, wildlife, crops and other'
Rouge, La., and a four-state plantlife and fish. I' 1

I Service NewsPFC I 01 th.e 2nd 1 1ri.

Walter F. Bell, 20, son 1963 Lincoln High graduate, he
of Mr. and Mrs. Corrie F. Bell took his basic training at Fort

.of Willison, and Specialist Five Gordon, Ga.Raymond.
Brady D. White, whose wife
: -
Shirley lives in Sparr, completed Weaver, machin- -- -
a four-week wheeled- ist's second class, USN, son of ------- .
vehicle maintenance course .at Mrs. Ethel M. Weaver of 925 -'
the U. S. Army School Europe, SE Seventh PL, recently reen- \ / NO
in Murnau, Germany recently. listed for six years while ser- = lrade-\n LIMIT
During the course the men ing aboard the supply ship USS 1- No I
received instruction in main- Aldebaran, operating out of Nor- FOR ONLY
tenance procedures related to folk, Va. Needed Guarantee

engines, power trains, chassis The Aldebaran, forms partof -'E' (
units, and fuel and electric the "Service Force" attached f

systems.A to the Atlantic Fleet, and ,.-..-.... .. J
mechanic in the 18th Ar- has the mission of replenishment .
tillery's 4th Howitzer Battalionnear of the fleet, making regularly .,
Hanau, Bell entered the scheduled deploymentsto
Army in April 1963, completedbasic the Mediterranean area.
training at Fort Gordon,
Ga., and arrived overseas last Airman Third Class RogerF.

September.He Kinsler, son of Mr. and
is a 1961 graduate of Wil- Mrs. A. D. Dawson of Rt. 1, :
liston High School Reddick, has graduated with s.-f
Specialist White, a shop fore- honors from the technical \1\\ /////I////
man in Headquarters Com training course for U. S. Air
pany, U. S. Army Garrisonnear Force jet engine mechanics at "
Verdun, France, entered Sheppard AFB, Tex. cvk'a. .
the Army in November 1956, Airman Kinsler, now trainedto
and arrived overseas on this repair jet and turbo propeller -
tour of duty in September 1963.! aircraft engines is being '

White, son of Mr. and Mrs, assigned to Homestead AFB, k1MSM : j. 4
Allie W. White, Route 1, Citra,
attended Lee County High Fla.Airman Kinsler is a gradu-

School in Leesburg, Ga. ate of Fessenden High School, *

Army Specialist Four Carl S. Ocala.

Jordan, 23, Pvt. Benny K. Thomas '
Army Specialist Four Ray A.'
21, and Pvt. John H. King, Blanton, son of Mrs. Ruby M. //f '
20, were all recently assignedto Blanton, 1720 NW 55th St., /

Korea.the 7th Infantry Division in graduated Division from Non-Commlssioned the 4th Armored \ plus tax ::

Jordan, son of Randolph Officer (NCO) Academy in r'
Jordan of High Springs, is an Germany recently. :
infantryman in Company B of Specialist Blanton receivedfive ,
the 31st Infantry's 1st Batta- weeks of rigorous trainingin
lion. He was last assigned at leadership and exercise of '
Fort Carson, Colo. command, map reading, the I''
Thomas, whose wife JoAnn history of weapons and mil-, '
and mother, Mrs. Bell Thomas, itary teaching methods. I i'iNYLONAIRE
live on Chiefland is now a Blanton, a gunner in Com- :
member of Headquarters, 6th pany B, 1st Battalion of the'
Battalion in the division's 80th division's 54th Infantry near,
Artillery. He attended Chief. Bamberg, Germany, enteredthe
land High School, and basic Army in August 1962 and
training at Fort Jackson, S.D. completed basic training at
King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fort Gordon, Ga. He arrived
John King, 802 SW Eighth St., overseas in January 1963.
is a truck driver in Company The 20-year-old soldier at-
B of the division's 7th Supply tended Santa Fe High Schoolin WHITEWALLS'BLACKWAIIS
k WIM j y fj
and Transport Battalion. A Alachua.Fever for
k-: thousands .


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