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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year, No. 290 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1964Senate -Iiiz HOWl DELIVERED 45c

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Amends Jury Trial Section Rights Bill ,






i I City to Appeal VictoryTo Foes Kynes Wins- Round l'j j 1






Decision On I

Of BillWASHINGTON

f In Election Protest

j
(AP) The I jt,3
SAE Corner
i, Senate amendment wrote into a the jury civil rights trial

bill today, then defeated a proposal
By JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer to knock out provisionsfor County Vote

t; The city's "uphill proposition" defense in the SAE cor- government-financed train-

: ; ner service station lawsuit will be taken to the appellate ing in how to handle school desegregation -

I court, the Gainesville City Commission decided last night. problems.In Issue Due

r Mayor Howard McKinney continued his opposition that .the first votes on the bill

U I began a year ago March when the new commission majority in more than a month, a roll Court

t. ; f'rn7.pntam-- : tn build- the call of 51-48 approved a jury Study

station at the University Ave- trial amendment offered by
; Montana
nue-13th Street junction and re- Sen. Thruston B. Morton, RKy.It TALLAHASSEE (AP) State

{ zoned the landmark corner for would guarantee jury trialsin Atty. Gen. James Kynes' battleto
retail business use. all criminal contempts aris- remain in office despite a loss

:' "At the beginning you led Ravaged ing from the measure except in Q CG to Earl Faircloth of Miami in

+' this commission to understand voting rights cases. the May 5 Democratic primary
r i' there were slim odds (in By Floods Next the Senate turned downa X r took a step forward Monday in

court)," McKinney told City ./ proposal by Sen. Bourke B. Leon County Circuit Court.Kynes' .

Attorney Osee Fagan. "In appealing Hickenlooper, R-Iowa, to eliminate -
s( GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP- suit
three sections of the school attacking what he
do we have a better
Floods described as the worst in
desegregation title of the bill. called voting irregularities in
chance than before we started -
swept out of Montana'snorthwestern
memory Alachua withstood -
?" The adoption of Morton's County its
mountains Mon-
amendment a defeat for first test. However, Circuit
was
"It is an uphill proposition as day, killing at least eight per Court Judge
Hugh Taylor warn-
administration forces but
I advised you in the beginning sweeping dams and they ...
sons .
away ?
believed it might help them get'the M ed he would be strict in deciding
Fagan said wq
he
although bridges and leaving hundreds of E S b what constituted
said last week's circuit court residents isolated. Rain peltedthe Senate to adopt Wednesdaya S .S discrepancies.
limitation on debate by Faircloth sought to haveKynes'
ruling against the city was area for the fifth straight sway- t :
suit thrown of
ing some Republican votes. out court
"not predicated trial of
on a
the issues most day. In advance of the test, Dem- during a four hour hearing but .
as laymen use
the word 'trial.' Authorities said the death toll ocratic Leader Mike Mansfieldof __ Judge Taylor refused. He ordered -
a pretrial conference for
Montana said he is "cautiously -
The city attorney explainedthat included five members of one
June 22.During.
optimistic" that the Senate
the city's position claim- Blackfeet Indian'family.

ing that the public welfare A girl was reported drownedin will vote for cloture. ;:z the conference, he

would suffer if a filling station Valier, on the Indian reserva- Mansfield made this report to said, he would rule on samplesof
President Johnson at the week-
were built on the corner was tion, and ,two motorists were __ what Kynes considered irregularities -
made in detail in the lower killed when their vehicles ly White House breakfast of in the voting in Ala-

court so the appellate court plunged into raging streams.In Democratic congressional lead- chua County during the May 5

could examine the entire re Glacier National Park, ers."We ,t y yw first primary.If .
cord. believe that reasonablemen
more than 200 were re-
persons are now ready to vote/' he rejects the samples
Asked by Commissioner Jim ported cut off by flooded roadsor pre-
Mansfield said. sumably he would throw
Richardson what it has cost the washed-out bridges. Many out
The jury trial amendment was the entire complaint directed
city to defend the suit so far, were park employes preparingfor
Fagan said he could only esti- the summer tourist season. offered by, Sen. Thruston B. against Alachua County.But .

mate "between $9,000 and $10- Col.! Howard McKinney of the Morton, R-Ky., and was.. sup- Kynes also charged that
ported by Southerners, who '
000 to date. Montana National Guard said w.J 17 absentee ballots were im
He explained that he was reluctant the floods were the greatest have been fighting the bill for properly counted in Levy County

to give'Richardson a natural disaster the state has 74 days.It and asked that that vote also be
definite answer on how much it ever suffered. was the Senate's first vote rejected.

will cost to appeal the case, Damage estimates ranged into in relation to the bill since May

but noted it would involve "sev- the millions of dollars. 6.Morton's Rejection of either Alachua or
eral thousand more." Rescue workers were blockedin proposal would guar- Levy County from the statewide
The city attorney said that places by washed-out antee a jury trial in all crim- total would cost Rep. Earl Fair-
many inal growing out z cloth of Dade County the attor-
the appeals court would con- bridges and long stretches of contempt cases ?vz

sider the merits of Circuit inundated highway. At least 20 of violations of injunctions obtained ._._--------, ..,...'--- ney general's race and give it
under all titles of the bill to Kynes. The official
Judge George Patten's ruling bridges and four earthen dams Karen Mickler (left) and Mary Schwartz members of the 1964 P. K. Yonge canvass
certified
that the city did not show that were carried away by the pound- excepting voting rights. graduating class cool their feet in Tumbling, Creek on the school campus while rehearsing votes in Faircloth won by 599
The would
the interest should guarantee apply nearly one million cast.
public over-
ing water. for tomorrow night's graduating ceremonies. Karen and Mary will join 83
ride individual rights in the Powered by near-record rains particularly to the titles barringSee other seniors to receive their diplomas at P. K. in ceremonies starting at 8 p.m. in In his petition, Kynes said

SAE suit. and late-melting mountain snow- ( RIGHTS on Page 2)) the school auditorium. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) 4,472 votes were cast by people
a He said he felt the chances the floods hit
packs, by sur- registered improperly in Ala-
were "great" that the appeals prise. chua County. Therefore, he said,
court would rule that the city Center of the flood area was the votes were illegal.

did show overriding public interest northwest of Great Falls where Ike IsCLEVELAND Neutral Goldwaterabsence
the surging streams coursed : Judge Taylor directed J.

Only Mayor McKinney opposed through small communities and Lewis Hall, Kynes' attorney, to
Fagan's recommendation ranch homes. produce samples of typical irregularities
that the Patten decision be weather Ohio (AP- of any expressed oppo- said. "Then we'll see whetherwe Michigan, William W. Scrantonof with explanations
flying ,
appealed.In one Despite jet-powered poor Air Force heli- Sen. Barry Goldwater left the sition from Eisenhower he isconfident Republicans can beat him." Pennsylvania and Nelson A. attached for his consideration

his letter to the commission copter penetrated the flood- 56th annual Governors Confer- he will get the nomi- In a brief appearance as a Rockefeller of New York. All during the pretrial conference.At .
the city attorney said he ence feeling confident that Gen. nation at the mid-July San Fran- conference guest, Goldwater three have said that Goldwater's
believed the city's record in stricken area.* Dwight D. Eisenhower will not cisco convention. He added that avoided any conferences with positions on foreign and domestic the same time, he cautioned -
With and hoist Air
the controversial zoning matterSee a sling upset his bid for the GOP presi- he thinks he has a good chanceof Republican governors who have policies would damage the that in an election "where
( SAE on Page 2)) Force medics lifted seven per- dential nomination.The defeating President Johnsonin been complaining that his con Republican ticket in their impor- you are dealing with large
sons from perches ranging from silver-haired senator said November. servative views would make it tant electoral vote states. masses of people, complete ad-
tree limbs to roof tops. An Air in interview difficult for him their Goldwater that herence to the processes is im
an Monday night to carry indicated his
Carter Force spokesman said one man "Wait until the people beginto "
Judge that he is convinced the former Johnson's stand this states as the GOP nominee. conference with Eisenhower did possible. ,
was taken from a roof just as assess on
Suffers MildHeart president-about the only man and not get deeply into politics. He He indicated, for instance that
it started to go under water. civil rights question come Specifically, he did not make
who could do so-would not interfere said the former president did not he would not consider
Destruction was heaviest in to realize that his spending poli- himself available for discussionswith improper
Attack the small communities of Au- in Goldwater's headlongrush cies are out of line," the senator Govs. George Romney ofBARRY bring up political matters and registration those where the vot-
toward the 655 delegate he himself didn't volunteer
gusta, Choteau, Browning and any ers listed their middle initials
needed for the nomination. observations in that field.
Ira Carter, judge of AlachuaCounty's Dupuj'er.Dams votes instead of their middle namesas
Court of Record, was burst near Choteau, Goldwater, given an ovationon -L.L.,c. F' -L.{" "We talked mostly about golf required by law.

in Alachua General Hospital today Browning, Dupuyer and East his arrival at a conference and how to get rid of the bursitis (See KYNES on Page 2))
for what Carter himself dinner, stayed to hear Eisenhower that ,has been bothering him,"
Glacier sending walls of water
called a "mild heart attack." speak. He talked briefly with BIDDING the senator said.Rally .

The 57 year-old judge, who Eisenhower and other party City LibraryOne

talked to The Sun this morningby Life in Prison leaders while table-hopping, then 'RoundROl1ney

telephone from his room in flew back to Washington for ac- FOR FLA. DELEGATESWINTER ? of Busy ..
the hospital, said he was "feel- For EspionageKANSAS tion on the civil rights bill in Town ,'!

ing fine. amendments."I PARK (AP-Barry ator and 16 unpledged. The Gold- Spots
CLEVELAND AP Gov.
A member of his family said CITY, Kan. (AP) think President Eisenhoweris Goldwater sent an invitation to water-majority, in its benevolent ( ) -
the judge "got sick" Saturday at George John Gessner, a 28-year- neutral in this situation as he Florida's Republican national attitude toward the unpledged- George Romney of Michigansaid Books were at a premium yes-

the town of Suwanee, where he old nuclear weapons mainte- has been in the past," Goldwater convention delegation Mondayto minority throughout the caucus, today that former Vice terday as the Gainesville Public:
President Richard M. Nixon has
had gone to clean up his property nance technician from Mel- said. "I do not think he has join the GoldwaterforPresident appeared confident that most of Library experienced its busiest
on the Suwanee River for bourne, was convicted today of changed his position and I do team, but the delegation the delegation will eventually urged him to offer a "clearchoice" day in history.
moderate Re-
a planned fishing trip next giving restricted information to not expect him to take any action continued to play coy. swing to Goldwater. between Gold- From 10 a.m. to 8 o'clock last

weekend.His to Russian agents and was immediately that would be aimed at An unofficial poll of the dele- Nevertheless, the delegates publicans and Sen. Barry night, 1,483 books were checkedout
doctor could not be reach- sentenced to life in blocking me." gation by the Associated Press after listening to Goldwater's water, R-Ariz., in the contest for topping the previous high

ed for comment. prison. Goldwater said that in the showed 18 for the Arizona sen- emissary, exSen.Villiam F. the GOP presidential nomina- set in July of last year by over
.
Knowland of California voted tion.Romney 100."Our
told a news conference
usual peak has in
down an effort to discuss presi- come
dential candidates and take after a closed-door discussion July in the past, but we've already
an
with Nixon at the 56th annual -
St. Battle official poll of the delegation.The conference that broken several records
I Augustine governors'
Costlycounsel "
next caucus was sched- several other governors "have this month, Mrs. Beth Daane,

uled for San Francisco July 12, been urging me to become a librarian, reported.Mrs. .
the day before the convention candidate." Daane attributed the
JACKSONVILLE (AP) Racial if he chose but need not begins. chief executivesaid rush to the fact that school is

friction at St. Augustine has do so. The delegation was organizedas The he Michigan would take this under out, but she also reported that a
again turned into a pending City's Legal Expenses In interview later Davis
an a pro-Goldwater slate by consideration. Previously, he large number of parents with-
court case and Sheriff L. O. said the costs were getting so Tom Fairfield Brown of Tampa, had said that he had committed drew books.
Davis said the cost is getting high that he wouldn't have state Republican chairman, and
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of Michigan -
the'o
Mount in Race FrictionAugustine himself to s
mountainous.He counselHe millionaire William D. Pawleyof not to seek national office -
pointed out that St. Johns Miami. But it forced to P
was
could
said the St. Johns County this year and only accepta
Commission is paying $220,000 to County has not yet collected any go on the ballot as unpledged convention draft. WHERETO
where there have Chester Bedell told Judge bond or fine in the civil rights after Goldwater gave his blessing
$230,000 in legal expenses. been nearly 400 arrests since Bryan Simpson that his firm cases because all are tied up in to, and campaigned for. a Beaverbroo'Legend FIND ITS '\.

Officials of the county and city Easter on state charges of tres- was not retained in the criminal: the federal courts on appeal. rival slate headed by Rep. William ,

ef St. Augustine were represented pass, undesirable guest and con action. However, the judge Costs of the legal actions to Cramer, R-Fla., of St. ,' Dies Comics . . 12 '

by the Jacksonville law spiracy. heard both cases together and the Southern Christian Leader Petersburg.The Classified . 13.15

firm of, Bedell, Bedell and Ditt- In a companion criminal action said he would consider the same ship Conference, sponsor of the Brown-Pawley slate whip- LONDON (AP) Lord Entertainment .16 .

mar In one phase of a legal action 39 demonstrators who have testimony and arguments in demonstrations, were also men- ped the,Cramer slate statewide, newspaper magnate, died sud- Obituaries . 2
heard In U.S. District Court been arrested in the past two both issues. tioned in the course of the hear- and in all but one Congressional denly today at his suburban
Monday. weeks, asked transfer of their Sheriff Davis and St. Johns District. home at Cherkley. Opinion Page . 4

This asked an injunction cases to federal court and bonds County Atty. Donald Buck did ing.Tobias Simon, attorney for the Knowland, who masterminded Beaverbrook, a legend in Lon- Sports . .9, 10Women's ..

against further prosecution of substantially lower than the $1- not respond when the judge said demonstrators, contended the Goldwater's primary victory in don's Fleet Street, turned 85 . .. 6.

civil rights demonstrations at St. 500 to $360! BOW set for them the sheriff had the right to have (See RACIAL on Page 2)), (See.FLORIDA OB Page Z) May 25. ..... '
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2 Gainesville Sun Tuesday,_June 9, 1964 .
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Weather Roundup Industrial More About 100th YearFor


GainesvilleCITY Editors End.Workshop 4"j Racial School

A = i.
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e B ., .. LeadersTAMPA

.'\ From Page 1 Florida's county
COMMISSIONStreet .w.I Plans are already under way
.. ""au IIAaI school will ob-
superintendents
C \ for a second Florida Industrial
_____nnn.. -_ ..... __u___, ZONES Editors workshop after high bail would keep the Ne bonds posted but not 32 Negroes. serve the 100th year of the
to---1. a
A Partly cloudy and warm this ....... cessful inauguration at the suc-UF groes in jail or possibly bank- This would deprive the demonstrators American Association of School
PavingRules City Operations afternoon tonight and Wednesday. Isolated -, \ rupt the organization behind of their civil rights, Administrators during their
daytime thunder showers. Low School of Journalism this week .I
tonight 70 to 74. high Wednesday U ..L \ Rums S them. he contended in arguing that this regular conference here Thurs
to 92. R .;l:, \ IUCII I Seven white arrested situation different from
two
end.The persons was
Revised day and Friday.E. .
Survey OkayedCity BCD Partly cloudy o. I
\ F two day workshop saw in recent demonstrations had previous ones which Judge
through Wednesday. Chance E \ D. Manning Jr. of Alachua
Revisions of the city's assess-I operations, particularlythe of showers Wednesday. Low .. 1 .t;. approximately 30 representatives Simpson returned to state courts County is chairman of the AASA
.:.. of the
state's four industrial
G'ville -but which in
able street paving policies were utilities finance and general tonight 68 to 74, high Wednesday ... Wf\ 7- editors associations I Students : are now abey- centennial committee. A procla
gatherto to the U.S.
adopted last night by city com government departments, are 90 to 94. Variable 5 to 12 \ I : study and discuss Get ance pending appeal mation by Gov. Farris Bryanthas
problems ]Fifth Circuit Court of
Degrees s Appeals.
missioners. in for a professional survey. mile winds. \ officially recognized t he
connected with
pub- Bedell did not
Commissioner Byron Winn The city commission last night EH Partly cloudy through n '. r lications. company At Colleges present any celebration.The .
Wednesday. Chance of a brief shower 4 case for the defendants-arguing
said the changes would lower approved Commissioner JimRichardson's or two. Low tonight around 70. high -\.e.J 1 Robert Glafcke O 4I proclamation credits the
assistant I that this different from
Wednesday near 90. Variable 5 to IS professor was no
the project cost to property recommendationthat mile I winds.F WlkIu of journalism, was coor- Four Gainesville students at 1 the earlier ones. AASA for playing a major partin
owners by having the city as- a management consultantbe ernoon G I and Scattered tomorrow.showers Partly this cloudy.aft- dinator for the conference. Other colleges throughout the country bringing about a strong public
sume engineering and inspec- hired for a "total scope" Low tonight 70 to 75. high Wednesday 'M! a UF journalism school received degrees this past week Simon said this one differs. He school system.
M to 92. Variable 5 to 12 mile winds. personnel -
tion costs. study of municipal operations. K Partly cloudy through Wednes included and another student was awarded :said the county judge has taken Manning and Dale Smith, an-
Richardson said the primary day. Chance of a shower. Low tonight participating Rae part in the prosecution by set-
Under the present program, upper )OS, high Wednesday 88. GAINESVILLE WEATHER O. Weimer, director; Mrs. Miriam a' certificate for a special other member of the Alachua
.
abutting property owners split goal is to improve city servicesand Variable mostly southeasterly t to 15 course. ting such high bonds.In County School Board, will also
lower costs in the three mile winds. _. Municipal Airport readings H. Hill, interim instructor; addition, Simon said Nazi-
the of residential street in discussions of
cost
Lawrence B. Price James participate
E major departments. TEMPERATURES for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: H. G. Davis, associate professor ]like punishments were used on
paving on a 50-50 basis. ELSMWHLRPrcp. Malcolm Alday Jr., James : the PTA Short Course also be-
high 94 at 4 p.m., low 67 at 6 ; and John Paul Jones in- MaxI I civil rights prisoners keeping
Suther- I
Bill Green said Commissioner Alan Jacksonville held here this week.
City Manager : 71 ey Dell III, and Lamar Hatcher ing
Miami 7S 1.01 a.m. No rain. structor and secretary manager them in the hot sun in a new
the would reduce land noted that the study was
new policy Jr. of
90 were part an 875memI
Atlanta of the state's
associa- enclosure outside the
I county jail
the between 10 and 15 part of an overall of city 18 61 ALMANAC press Yemen
cost by survey ber graduating class at Emory Usinjj
New Orleans 18 n Sunset today ..ow......... 7.29pm. I and putting some in two rooms
government. He said a charter Boston ......... tion.Featured
per cent. I 67 51 .9] Sunrise tomorrow 5-28: a.m. i University commencement exercises -
i Mayor Howard McKinney op revision is already being studied New York 73 63 .10 New Moon tonight ....u. 11:23 p.m. speaker was Dan J. known as "sweat boxes" for periods Yank Vets?
last
Washington
I 86 65 A partial eclipse of the Sun which is Petruzzi of Houston night. of two days or more.
posed the change, saying he I by a special committee and Chicago Kansas City 9)1 taking place at this New Moon. is, supervisor I Price received an :MS degree BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)-American -
88 76
visible all of Australia. On June of Humble Oil
over I and Refining While taking both cases under
thought the city's participation other studies involving the new Denver 72 4S .12 24. when the Moon will be Full a in dentistry, Alday an M.D. military veterans of the
1 should be as high as onethirdto .city hall facilities are under way Los Ft. Angeles Worth 96 dr 78 S] that total will eclipse be visible of the in Moon most will of North occur I Co.'s marketing department Dell a DDS, and Hatcher: a..advisement, Judge Simpson said war in South Vie Nam are being
encourage people who live and will need special review by Seattle S3 N .12 America. I publications. Al Raye, of Gaines DDS. .he would try to keep this testi- employed by the royalist factionin

on dirt streets to support pav- the consultant. MARINE FORECAST CEDAR KEY TIDES ville's Raye's Advertising Arts, George Gibson Jr. graduatedwith mony separate from that he Yemen's civil war to prepare
i
EAST GULF: Variable winds mostly and James heard last week in another hear-
Sayes, of
Sutherland named to manager
.
ing projects.The was : southeasterly I to J5 knots through Wednesday High at 2:11 I.m. and 1 honors from BethuneCookman artillery attacks on the republican
city manager said the head the special commission Wednesday. Fair. p.m. Low at 7:15 a.m. and ':22 p.rruObituaries the Florida Development Com.mision's College in Daytona Beach. ;ing on St. Augustine's racial capital of Sana, the news-

city's financial circumstanceshad subcommittee to handle the con- : recreation department Louis F. Hubener graduatedfrom troubles. paper Al Nahar said today.

to be considered, noting a :sultant study with Mayor Howard also spoke. Phillips Exeter Academy That case was a petition by The paper said the Americans
;Negro demonstrators for
"staggering number" of un- McKinney. a re- whose number was not given,
Her 'Line9 in New Hampshire. He will at- straining order against two city
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paved streets in the city. were ex servicemen recruitedby
( tend Duke
University. ordinances and a police ban on
l I Shuttle Bus Is Unusual Lynda Hendrickson of Gaines- night marches. The judge said a royalist sources leader in through the United unofficial

ville, a junior at Randolph-Macon he has not completed his deci- States.

Fire TruckBids REV. CURTIS .Richard Murrhee and Norris C. "What's my line?" asks the Women's College in Vir- sion but is working on it.

Issue DelayedThe HARRIS \.Wainwright. wife of a Washington, D. C., ob- ginia, received an elementary Tito Winds Up

r Awarded DeWitt C. Jones Funeral stetrician and mother of four certification in dance notation, Savannah Goes

much shuttled shuttle Funeral services will be held Home in Starke is in charge.CORRECTION growing boys on television station a special non-credit course at i Nikita Talks ,
' Bids for two fire trucks at bus question returned to com- tomorrow for Rev. Curtis Har- WUFT-TV, Channel 5 tonight the college. Out to Sea
;
mittee again last night, but :ris, 69, who died Monday in at 8:30.:
$47,966 were awarded to W. G. NEW YORK (AP) The MOSCOW (AP) PresidentTito
' Dowling Fire Equipment Co. city commissioners assured I Green Cove Springs following an In the list of survivors of Mrs. Mrs. Marjorie Tow nsend's Peace Corps world's first atom powered flew back to Yugoslavia today

last night by the city commis- owner Gordon Godfrey that I extended illness. Camille S. Ogletree given yesterday "line" happens to be space en merchant ship has sailed on its after talks with Premier
they would&try to have an answer Rev. Harris was born in Clay the name of Mrs. Ogle- gineer for NASA's Goddard Tests SlatedPeace first transatlantic voyage. Khrushchev on the troubles in 1

sion.The new 1,000-gallon pumper next week. I County and had served as Pastor -tree's mother, Mrs. Florence Space Flight Center at Green- The nuclear ship Savannahleft the world Communist movement

engines are to equip new fire Godfrey's proposed campus-1 of the Bardin Baptist Churchin Day Sheppard of Jacksonville belt, Md. Corps placement tests Monday for Bremerhaven, caused by the Chinese Soviet

t stations to be built under the $6 to-town jitney service has been : Putnam County, the Black Beach was omitted. Tonight's program "The will be given Saturday at 8:30: ( Germany, with 289 tons of gen I conflict.

million capital improvements before the commission since :Pond, spring Bank and Tocoi Woman's Touch" is the third in a.m. in room 331 of the M jn eral cargo, 6,000 bags of mail I Khrushchev bade Tito farewell

( program. November. Baptist Churches in Clay Coun- More About a new series "Space: Man's Post Office. Persons who wish and 13 paying passengers. She .at Leningrad airport, the Soviet

Other bids were from Biscayne Controversy arose when officials -1 ty and the Boatdrain Baptist Great Adventure" produced by to take the test must: fill out an has accommodations for 60. news agency Tass reported. The

Fire Equipment and from Cities Transit Inc., I Church in Bradford County.He NASA and broadcast by offiliates application, available at the Non-paying travelers and nu i Yugoslav president spent 22

American LaFrance. the bus system franchised by was a veteran of W o rId of the National Education Post Office, and submit it be clear ship trainees filled the remaining hours in Leningrad after a state

the city, objected to the shuttle 'War, a Mason, and a lifelong Rights Television network. fore taking the test. berths. I:visit to Finland.
S t S resident of
bus proposal. Clay County.
Student government leaders Services will be held at 10

Name Biracial have supported the proposal, :a.m. at the Beulah Baptist From Page 1 Panama Politician Rival .
claiming that Cities Transit I Church in Clay County with Rev. Is Shot by

Recreation Bd. does not meet student needs. .Jack Hall, Rev. Colonel Crosby discrimination in public accom- -

Attorney James W e r show, 1 and Rev. Luther McGee oficiating. modations, employment, public
A seven member biracial representing Godfrey, presentedthe I Burial will follow in facilities and schools.On PANAMA (AP-Roberto) (Ti who headed a team of neurosurgeons Aquilino Boyd, fired two shots 1 U\," Medina said Jimenez shout

Public Recreation Board was commission with a letter the family plot in Hall Cem voting rights, the Kentuckian to) Arias was given a chanceto in a 2V&-hour operation May 21 at the editor of a news! ed.Arias
appointed -
last night by the Gaines- from the UF Secretary of the interior I etery near Lake Geneva. would not disturb the 1957 live today while police soughta on Arias, said it would be paper which accused Boyd of and Jimenez, in his late

ville City Commission. last night asking that the Survivors include: his wife, Civil Rights Act. This gives a disappointed party associate 72 hours before he could say election fraud. The editor, Es- 30s, ran as candidates for deputy -

Commissioner Ed shuttle system be approved. Rose Glisson Harris of Green defendant in a criminal con- who pumped three bullets into whether his 45-year-old patient colastico Calvo, received a and alternate deputy, re-
Turlington, the colorful, controversial poli would live or whether he would minor wound. spectively, in the National As
I Cove
Commissioner Jim Richard- Springs three ;
chairman of the personnel ; daughters, tempt case a jury trial only if .
corns tician. be paralyzed. Arias was riding f n a car .sembly. Publication of the vote
:Mrs. Gloria Meek of the decides
mittee recommended on, a UF professor, suggested Keystone judge on a penalty I
limiting :Heights, Mrs. Wanda Elliott of 45 Police sought Alfredo Jimenez -driven by Reynaldo Medina count Monday showed Jimenez
ment of the recreation board. that the committee explore exceeding days in jail or a Arias wife, British ballerina .1.
the system to students with Jacksonville and Miss Myrna $3,000 fine. Dame Margot Fonteyn, said in a member of Arias' Pana- Monday when they met Jimen- elected, but as an alternate for t
said
commissioners
Last week menista party and an old friendas ez' car stopped at an intersection -.another deputy and not Arias.
identification cards. :Harris of Green Cove Springs; The House bill now before the Bath, England, her brother-in-. =
the board would be appointed in .
The public works committeewill I one son, Kensel C. Harris of Senate does not give any right law, Harmodio Arias, tele the gunman.It for a red light. I Speculation was that Jimenez
the aftermath of friction in the
consider Godfrey's request.I Green Cove Springs; two brothers to a jury trial in criminal con phoned her that her husbandwas was the second political Witnesses said Jimenez spot- believed he would have less
recreation department that led I L. E. Harris of Keystone tempts except that, for public "out" of danger. shooting since Panama's national ted Arias, leaped from his car, chance to sit in the assembly
to the dismissal of the Com Heights and E. J. Harris of accommodations, the limitationsof elections May 10. whipped out a pistol and fired. than he would have had as i

munity visor. Center recreation super Personnel Kingsley Lake; two sisters, the 1957 law in voting cases Dr. Antonio Gonzalez Revilla, Panama's U.N. ambassador, "You're_____not_going_n to cross me Arias' alternate.
Mrs. Edna Jones and Mrs. would apply.Court. -
One newly appointed member, Mattie; Griffis, both of Starke; -IiL
however, notified the Sun this Dept. Pushed and nine grandchildren. LL- =

morning that he would not be Active pall bearers will be: Hears

able to serve. A. T. Andrews Initial steps toward developing Ira Wilson; Cleo Hickey, .
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said he was informing membersof a personnel depart men t James Weeks; Eugene Griffis; T-- -- -
the commission that he could were taken by city commissioners Pleo-Betlleakeguments

not accept the appointment. last night. More About
Members of the board named Bill Green
City Manager was 1 1r 1t
last night were Spurgeon Cherry .
instructed to hire a personnel -
Perry McGriff Jr., and T. B. director at his "earliest con- KynesFrom -
McPherson, three-year terms; venience." Two hours of yesterday's five-
John Neller and Mrs. Ruth] hour Kynes Faircloth hearing:

Weimer, two-year terms; Eugene Members representing of the audience the Con primarily Page 1 in Tallahassee was devoted to:

Mills and A. T. Andrews, arguments on behalf of Alachua
one-year terms; and Dwigh1- gress of Racial Equality, dis- Hall leaned heavily u p 0 nKynes' County Registration Supervisor I

Hunter, School Board, and Mike cussed personnel policies with charge that numerous Mrs. Alma Bethea. I
Kreshka Club commissioners, including posting registration cards in Alachua Richard Wilson, Mrs. Bethea's
Boys exofficio: I I
job vacancies and
members. job qual- County were unsigned by the v attorney, repeated his defini

Commissioner Jim Richardson ifications. ters and that numerous othersbore tions made earlier in circuit

will be the temporary chair Commissioners Ed Turlingtonand no signature of the officer court here of the new permanent ,
Jim Richardson noted that attesting that the voter took
registration system used
and will the
man represent city
commission on the board. preparation: of job qualificationswas the oath and signed the card. here and in 65 other Florida I
highly specialized and re- Richard Wilson, attorney for counties. I

quired careful study. Mrs. Alma Bethea, Alachua He also explained that the MORE AND MORE NEW CARS
Turlington said his committeeFelt of .
County supervisor registration grand jury report charging vot-
MelonReport that the personnel director argued that the permanent er irregularities in Alachua ,

could help prepare the sped registration system in effect in County that is cited as one of I ARE BEING BOUGHT

fications. Alachua County since 1958 didnot the grounds for the Kynes !

Commissoner Alan Sutherlandsaid require attesting signatures. election contest suit in the r
he felt it was "soundpractice" WITH! CITIZENS BANK AUTO LOANSThe
LAKELAND The watermelon He said the legislative act attorney general's race is 'I
market this morningwas I and to post qualifications setting up the system in 195] based on the old registration II

weaker, but demand was I vacancies. did not require such countersig- system. I
Green
said he would discuss
improving at lower prices, the the natures. Wilson said the old systemwas I
Federal State Market News personnel director's salary Julius Parker, Faircloth's attorney dropped here in 1958. i
Service reported. with the personnel committee. argued that to throw outa Wilson said if attorneys for I

I voter because his card was Kynes and Faircloth come I
Prices yesterday hundredweight not would not here ___
per countersigned only to review the records in ,
(FOB selling points More About disfranchise the voter for some Mrs. Bethea's office, he would,: ;-__ :: --- (

and FOB delivery points) for thing beyond his control but also prefer that they bring a court : j
Charleston Grays, few Cannonball would throw out the entire elec- order. : 'Z-,! -9

Congo and Garrisonian:: SAE tion because 65 other counties "Things are pretty hot in: r

12-16 Ibs. average, $1.50 to registered voters the same way. Alachua County. To protect my II
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$1.75, very few higher; 17-26 supervisor from criticism, if

lbs., $1.75 to $2.25, mostly $2;; From 1 More About someone came in and saw these .:
27-32 Ibs., few at $2.40 to $3. Page people working I'd prefer they'
did it with a court order," Wilson explanation for this trend is simple. Lower rates, ii
"is
a good one" and
Many shipments rolled un clearly FloridaFrom explained.The .

sold. demonstrates the public welfare.involvement of attorney said he would insist .'I'' long term repayment and no waiting. Since you're

Florida truck that Kynes amend his
shipments yesterday Fagan said a "much over-
totaled 501; rail shipments simplified"; statement of thecity's Page 1 :charges: irregularities to state whether are the under alleged 'I buying a modern car, why not try modern financing?

totaled 34.Meeting position is that individual

rights rights on must a yield broader to protect scope '"I I California am authorized, told the by delegates Senator: :the the old permanent! book system.system laws or Finance your new car with an Auto Loan from Citi-

etRetarded when the general public wel- Goldwater to say on his behalf Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor ,
fare is made to suffer. I that, if he is nominated at the :said he was inclined to think zens.

On He noted that the city's position :San Francisco convention, he intends that whether the old or new:
''
on the SAE corner zoning I to conduct his campaign system is used voter signatures

The state program for the was sound until a Florida Supreme I through the regular official state :should be attested. I

mentally retarded will be d i s- Court ruling on a Coral C organizations where they have Wilson argued in circuit court

cussed at Wednesday's publicmeeting Gables case within a few days !shown the capacity for victoryas J here that the new system does I

sponsored by the Ala ch- of the May, 1963, election reversed I( did Florida in 195%, 1956 and not specify attestation of a voter's -

ua County Association of Retarded existing court zoning ]1960)) and where they are now signature by the supervisor
Children. rulings. J prepared to give equally dedicated 4 or her deputy as the old law

William H. Mapoles, directorof Fagan said the Coral Gables support to the 1964 does. j
the Division of Sunland Training case places a greater responsibility dential! nominee." presi-t The next hearing here on the

Centers, is the main speak ] on the city to show that "I want to see Florida's 34 Andrews election suit which i
paramount public interest is delegates standing solidly with uses the same claim of voter irregularities '

er.The meeting will be at 8 p.mat involved. I California's: 86 on the first ballot as the Kynes suit

the School AdministrationBuilding I The city attorney did not indicate I ," be said. "There need never 'will be Thursday morning
1817 E. University how long it would take 1 be a second ballot at this. con :9:30 before Circuit atl 110 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA! MEMBER FDIC j

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l JOHN R. HARRISON, President a"dJ' 1I By RICHARD WILSON policy address to the Channell presidency upon the shaky Eisenhower comes along. We

rvbllihtri dead ED PAT JOHNSON.,COWLE8 TIn Yte Preildeat* freiW SOUTHBy Chief, Cowles Washington City Club in Santa Barbara. premises that there was a were about evenly dividedover t

tat EzeettiT Editor W. G. cam) Bureau THIS SPEECH was a mas- "missile gap" and the coun- Truman and over Ken- ,

J Beautiful ,. EBEKSOLE. VU President *a< Avertliiaf *- WASHINGTON, D.C.- terful exposition of firm policies try was lagging behind Rus nedy. r, .
I .,University City S' DlreeUrt BOB TAKTAGI4QXE. RALPH :McGILLFBlttier Winning the presidential nomination in foreign affairs and how sia In other respects. It is Now the polls show that
. tics Tic. ncildent end Ctieal- Friz Wfaminr PmkUiker of the Republican Par these policies might be adopted not unreasonable, therefore to President Johnson is far in j
XUACU.I. Of the AtU ta. (Ga.) C..u dw. ty, or any political party, and and exploited without war. expect that Goldwater will the lead. Well, Rockefeller appeared .

THE SUN'S POLICY winning the election thereafter The phrase "without war" change, just as Franklin D. at one stage to be far |.
are two distinctly different was repeated and emphasizedby Roosevelt changed a generation in the lead in California. The I
?' 1. Report the news fully and l impartially in the news columns. ThoughtsAfter operations.In Goldwater several times. ago from a budget balancer pollers were also wrong in i
I. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials.
: the one case it is neces Taking this speech entirely as and penny pincher to New Hampshire and Oregon.
I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. sary to coalesce widely dif the authoritative exposition of a big spender within the Truman managed to trail in

,./ The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 fering factions within the the Goldwater view, it would course of six months.SO the polls all through a presidential

Want Ads-376-4672 framework of sharp partisan have been hard to fault him campaign.So .

ship. In the other case, so evenly on the grounds of impulsiveness IT CANNOT logically be it ma Yjudgement be well to reserve .
is the country divided, it or superficiality. He insists said that change in a presidential on Goldwater as a
R California is necessary to make a much that his convictions in candidate, or a president, until it
candidate
.,. Bail System Reforms broader appeal which will attract foreign policy are identical is anything unusual. In fact, l presidential
a ., Senator Golwater once voters who do not feel with those of Dwight D. Eis- it is to be expected. is seen just how he carries i

was quoted as saying that the that they are irrevocably com- enhower and the late John What should be borne in on his campaign and we find :
I A professional bail bondsman attending has demonstrated, perhaps above all, thought of mitted to either party. Foster Dulles. mind by those of us who follow out how many can be reassured '

the recent National Conference is that there is a great deal we can being president There are ample signs that This speech, as well as some the political polls Is that that he will not be hasty I
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"scares hell out of me. The when the showdown cames the and impulsive in foreign af
of his late
other
Senator Goldwater not only appearances
on Bail and Criminal Justice in do to remedy that fact and to right j
f thought also dismayed a majority realizes this but has carefully in the California primary campaign country is evenly divided, ex- fairs or wreck the Social Se
Washington was overheard com the scales. of the voters in the pri- planned his drive for the presidency may be an advance indication cept when a popular hero like curity system. I
menting to 'several of his colleagues, '
maries of New Hampshireand within this context. of what his campaignfor

"We couldn't have asked for a nicer The attorney general's referencewas Oregon. Even in California HIS PROBLEM, therefore, the presidency will be like = ON THE RIGHT = I

bunch of people to be at our funeral. to demonstration projects which where the senator had a assuming that he gets the if he is nominated. ,

." The graveside rites may be have shown that large numbers of quiet alliance with the Nixon nomination is to convince There will be those who will :" ,k
those who have been that Goldwater is trimming
say
4 off but the bondsman accused be released forces, almost half the Repub uneasy
several years as persons can MixedUpCanadians r
lican about him that he is in fact or that he is trying to
sensed, the national conference prior to trial without posting bail or voters were frightenedat rational and non impulsive delude the voters, or that the I
the idea of the senator
as
almost certainly marked the begin- paying a bail bondsman's fee. This president. while not disaffecting those of fact he is so misunderstood Is ,

ning of the end of the dominant can be done, the attorney general more extreme views. in itself sufficient reason for :
s with Senator not him the White :, ,
to ,
said Mr. Goldwater's narrow Travelling sending
role played by the bondsmen in the "without hampering law en- .
victory gives him the dele- Goldwater in the closing daysof House. But it is not at all certain
American system of justice. forcement, without increasing crime
gates and almost certainly his the primary in Californiawas that such arguments will
and without prompting defendants to party's nomination. The GOP instructive in this regard. be effective. The John F. Ken- By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. ,

The conference, called by the U. S. flee." The projects facilitate releaseof convention will be well worth The Goldwater who rode on a nedy who ran for the presidency
bus between Los Angeles and was not quite the same Conservatives in the United ran affairs. Turnabout Isaid
Department of Justice in cooperation defendants without bail by providing seeing since history will be
made and lane turned. The Santa Barbara was. not the John F. Kennedy who ran in States are called "isolation-; to be fair play. But a
. with the Vera Foundation, was attended courts with information on a
sessions will be in the handsof same Goldwater who seemd a the West Virginia primary ists" without the trouble being lifference does, of course,
by 450 judges, attorneys the defendants' backgrounds.The the extremists. year or two before to advocate and the Goldwater who runs taken to reconcile the jxist It is a distasteful thing

general, law enforcement officials, party's withdrawal from the for the presidency will not be charge of isolationist with the to have to mention, but in
They will be in a vindictive
bondsmen, law school deans, attorneys attorney general announcedthat mood. United Nations, breaking off the same Goldwater who ran fact that conservatives in act it is materially more urgent

and private citizens from every staff assistance will be made relations with Russia, and in New Hampshire.Nor America, while disunited on a that Canadians increase
I abolishing the income tax was the John F. Ken issues to heir knowledge of the United
state. The purpose of the meetingwas available to any community desiringto THE NEXT WEEKS will great many appear c States than it is that Americans '

if, indeed, such a Goldwaterever nedy who sat in his rocking be very much united on the *
to call attention of inequitiesof establish similar bail reform projects without question, see a flightof existed. Nor was it the chair in the White House in necessity to take firm political J brush up on Canada. In

the bail system and the need for and that regional conferenceswill conservative business and same Goldwater who delivereda 1962, the same John F. Ken- paramilitary, and even Canada's case it is a matterif

reform in the interests of improvingthe be held later this year in various professional persons from the carefully prepared foreign nedy who campaigned for the military action in all corners essential information. In Imerica's.
Republican party. Some days \ it is a matter of
of parts of the to of the globe to quarantine the
quality justice. country promote bail ago Mr. Henry Ford boldly *good manners. 'I
enemy. Take a poll of six 1
reform.At asserted his departure, de "Maclean's" Magazine a
BELOW OLYMPUS devotees of William Ful-
( "What has been made clear here," claring he believed the busi By ,,,,..
least 22 jurisdictions now have ness future and the country's prejudiced Cana-
said Attorney General Robert Ken- Goldwater, ask them the
release future would be safer with lian fortnightly, publishes in
should commitall
pretrial programs in question: we
nedy, "is that our present attitudes opera-
he
President Johnson. Hundredsof current issue an articley
tion or in the planning stage. In New the resources at Ameri- :
toward bail are not only cruel but others also have departed ca's 'disposal to spare the 1) Mr. Donald Coxe, a young
Jersey, plans call for a statewide pro without making public an md very bright Canadian
South Vietnamese
that they are illogical. What has = o conquest
gram. The national conference, cou nouncement. The departure of by the Vietcong, and you will, lawyer, enjoining his fellow-
been demonstrated here is that usually pled with the regional conferencesand conservative men and women I think, see who are the neo *Canadians:: for the love of God

only one factor determines the provision for staff assistance, from the Republican party isolationists.But f to: work their way free of their

whether a defendant stays in jail should greatly increase the numberof will proceed.. the cultural problem bsessions American about conservatism.the nature of

prior to trial. The factor is not guiltor similar programs throughout the Perhaps the most amusing persists: we isolationist are, in so many ;"There's been a lot of talk

innocence. It is not the nature of country. Comments made by officials departure is that of some who ,,, respects try a totally, an self-concerned coun- his year about cracking

the crime. It is not the character of attending the national conference indicate formerly supported Senator country. One student from Ni- lown on hate literature," he

the defendant. That factor, simply, determination in many com- Goldwater but who were geria who spent a year at an jegan. "I have a special reason -
frightened away by his self- : for sympathizing with the '
is money. And what this conferenceVoice munities to undertake bail reform. revelation during the cam: A G American college told a re- Jews and Negroes! victimized :t
porter, on the eve of his de-
--r-t.r.. -vim.,. .... t paign. Some of these now are parture: "How can I begin by these vicious crackpots,
organized in the East as to talk to American students because I too am a member .

"Goldwater Democrats for about the problems of my c>f a scorned minority group I

Johnson." country, when they don't even breed to defend itself against
irganized I distortion and widespread '
of the know where Nigeria is.
People HISTORIANS of the future \ : hatred: the conserva-
"
likely will select the Eisenhower AN. EXTRAORDINARY ives.
I years as those in which + number of Americans, while Mr. Coxe goes on to Inform

The Sun's the Republican party reachedits of course knowing where Can- he. Canadian readers of Mac-
n Opinion Page== high-water mark in the ada is, don't really know anything f can's' of the depths of their
20th century. Those were the at all about Canada.I i'gnorance of the conservative I
Opinions and comments of Sun rcodm art welcome 'in the Voice of the People column. Letters in America. He
mutt ... signed and bear the writer address. Names will ... withheld if requested. A letter should years of opportunity. That Mr. and don't much seem to care.T recalls -
not exceed 500 words and must ... written en only I one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b. used. Th. Eisenhower did not, or could e w,ws H&Kem Canada repays our ignorance ,: for instance, a recent'bfaclean's"
Sun reserves the right to reject any Utter or to shorten it, without changing the writer meaning or not, or would not choose to be with a sort of invidious ignor- performance." 4

(tent.. truly interested in implementing "I. didn't raise my son ,eae Little Leaguer. .!I" ance of her own about Ameri-! ?'(Maclean's virulent account t
what had been proclaimedas 1 Ii alt August! of the Draft Gold-
Still Questions presidency. I too would prefera gether a vast fortune in one "modern Republicanism"will water Rally was headlined

100 per cent Jew to an apa- generation. Many congressmen be the focal point of poli THE. CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT. 'Youn* Love, Nazism Barry :
thetic Christian and would
have made Goldwater A
GoldwaterEDITOR public their tical science research by : Hot Ticket for
give him equal vote to any- tax returns. Why hasn't Gold Republicans in 64.' (The au
scholars of the upcoming
Sun: What an individual water? If Barry would make thor) reported that the audi

citizen's name is is one.But, my friend, Barry's not public his tax returns for the years. Europe vs. G 0 Id water ence was all white (the white

Inconsequential. We citizensare fully dyed, only half so by rea past ten years, I would haveno The California primary was supremacy motif), but a Negro .
not running for office son of his father, the poor immigrant reason to question his hon- in many respects a curiousone. friend of mine who was t

Sen. Barry Goldwater is. At baron. And there is esty. Until he does, as a It reflected Republican By DAVID LAWRENCE 1776 and the tyrannies imposed peans do not seem inclinedto there told me that others of

tempts to Intimidate citizens an issue here, if honestly citizen voting for a president, frustration. Governor Rocke WASHINGTON News dis by 'the British autocracy, pay their share either in her race were also present.

by name calling have never faced. I have every right to ask feller was regarded as unable patches say that many European and they feel a deep sym money or in lives, to main- (The author) referred to the
worked In our free country, What would Barry do if Israel questions.One to win the nomination.He newspapers react e d pathy for the oppressed pea tain peace in the world. speakers as 'John Birch Society

thank God.Furthermore. issue is were attacked? Rockefeller of Goldwater's leaders was subjected to snide with dismay over the victoryof ples of Eastern Europe who European statesmen woulddo garbage although not -
an said that Barry's posi- said gossip. The more pretentiously Senator Goldwater in the today want to achieve their well also to watch the one speaker was a Bircher. ,.
questions were "quite
of Alachua my
anything wants a citizen to make it. If tion concerning the use of pertinent and deserving of pious suggested he was nota California Presidential primary independence, too, but are campaign carefully, because, And he didn't mention that :.
County atomic power is irresponsi- good "family man." The election. Why was there getting little moral support irrespective of whether Sen- Goldwater has publicly and
don't want to vote for Bar answer, but others seemed
we sponsible. Now can a citizen fact that the has such a sharp reaction in Eu- from various spokesmen of ator Goldwater wins the nomination frequently repudiated the fantasies -
because he has a wart on unhappy that I had raised governor "
ry ask Goldwater or his followers lived and with in rope? The answer to the the British press. or the election, the re of Robert Welch, thesociety's
honestly
them and
that's wanting
his our privilege.In my name "
nose,
what Goldwater would do if Israel action of the American president." _
in matters and question may reveal some people
democracy there is no address! tegrity family
a the land of his father's and unpleasant truths about the IT IS NATURAL for the to foreign policy will have ..
thought control; nor is there faith were attacked What If- Barry and his followers that his divorce remar- world situation, particularlythe Moscow press to be dismayedover much to do with the result and I VENTURE the following ;
without dis
information control. Every- would this emotional man cannot stand "pertinent" and"deserving" riage were any rise of commercialismand the' Goldwater victory its aftermath. For the Ameri generality, and pray that 1
out into the honorable attachment whatever
is brought
thing have done were he in the questions, then the decline of idealismin because the Soviets know that can people are getting tired someone will prove me .
open. presidency when Israel perhaps their campaign shouldbe did not count. Presume Europe. For appeasers are Senator Goldwater is a realist of carrying the burden alonein wrong. I work in the editorial
President Kennedy faced ably the critics would have
France, and Britain launcheda conducted in some other nowadays in the ascendancy who will if elected president, world affairs. Many citizens offices of a magazine that
the religious issue honestlyand surprise attack on Egypt? country. In a free country, the been happier had the gov abroad. deal with facts as they are do not approve of the monitors over twenty foreign
and discussed his
openly I have no reason to trustor questions will continue to ernor followed a dishonest Many Europeans afraid and not attempt to gloss them wheat deal, for instance, newspapers and journals
potential relationship as a come and a free citizenry will course. 'His party owes hima the United published in five
distrust but that if Senator Goldwater is over, and that he will pick a whereby States languages.
to the Pa- Barry, all of
Catholic president
debt it is not interested in
tolerate no ,emotional sidetracking elected president, he might secretary of state of like succumbed to European appeasement I have yet to read the dispatch
State. Now I do us whose parents have worked
pal agree paying. But it is owed.
of answers. have a courageous secretaryof mind. policies and au- of a single foreign core
with the writer who wanted a hard can ask how, a penniless
state like John Foster The Arizona Sena thorized the sale of wheat to respondent stationed in Wash
dyed-in-the-wool Jew in the immigrant could put to- CITIZENPOTOlIAC THE SIGNIFICANCE of the Dulles. Also, Europeans do tor's strength is not merelythe the Russians. ington or New York, who Is

nomination of Pierre Salin not understand the deep-seat result of the support of not a Liberal, ADA-variety.

ger, President Kennedy's ed feeling of voters in many the professional politiciansbut THERE IS TALK today also That includes, by the way,
FEVER former press secretary is not parts of America over the fact, of "grassroots" sentimentas that the administrationhere the correspondents of Spain
being overlooked. It was believed that a prospering Western Eu- welL His total vote thus Is beginning to play and West Germany.It .

Senator Goldwater pleads for party unity. When he changes his mind he from the beginning thatif rope Is paying so little of the far in the primaries far exceeds footsie with some of the Com Is probable that Mr.

wants to be able to look down and see all Republicans change theirs in an order- he won it would be becauseof bill to maintain peace in the that which John F. Kennedy munist-bloc countries in Eastern Coxe's crusade to remove the
ly manner. the association with the world. had received in his pre- Europe, and this, too, will scales from his fellow citizens

-- late President. This was an MOST EUROPEAN newspapers convention campaign of 1960, become a campaign issue beCause eyes Is doomed to failure, because
intangible quality. There was have a way of accepting and this Is due largely to the many Americans do it proceeds 'on the rationalist
Europeans are upset about Goldwater's success. If we persist in this mad no possible way to measure as gospel what the so- resentment prevalent In this not believe this is a proper fallacy that people
course they may feel obliged to send back our money. it. But after the California called "liberals" in Americasay country about the war In way to protect the United desire to know the truth when

-- primary, It now Is no, longer on national and International Southeast Asia. Americans States against Communist en In fact what people desire to
affairs. The are wondering why their sons croachments.It know Is what they desire to
Governor Rockefeller says he's sticking in the race to the end. Just what the Intangible.The impression
Republican party needs-another S tas sen. abroad is that the United must make the sacrifices In is aboard to suggest as know in this case, that
_._ fact that this influenceis States will continue to bear Viet Nam while the rest of the some European papers have there are grounds for conde-
tangible will be InfluentialIn by itself the brunt of every free world stands idly by. done that Senator Goldwateror scending to the colossus of

A House committee followed up the poverty program with a bill to provide many states and In the International problem and any other prominent American the South.
training for old people. These are complicated times-you have to have Democratic convention. New that the financial and commercial THE EUROPEAN press today favors a reversionto Still one can hope: on the
special training to get old or poor. York's political leaders cer- assistance now given might have studied carefully earlier American policiesof one hand that some day the .,

------- tainly will study it. The feel- by European countries to the too, why the "foreign aid" "isolation. No prominent average American may know

GOP moderates will try to make Ing that a debt Is owed the Communist regimes Is gradu program has had such a hard American today supports sucha not only where Nigeria is, but t
Goldwater
nominated. New rule if can't lick 'em make accept their platform if he is former President is wide- ally but surely being adoptedas time in Congress. It might doctrine because it is rec- that Canada Is full of terribly 1
you 'em join you. have noted how i t
spread. American policy as welL been that ever ognized n e rrelated interesting human beings;
-- One of the British papers since World War II ended world affairs have become. and that Canadian sophistl-

'Most Republicans think Governor Scranton would accept the, :vice-presiden- Events now will move calls Senator Goldwater an the United States has consistently There is instead a distinct cates-manque's will, in Mr.

tial spot. It's so cold in San Francisco in July that you can almost always feel. quickly. The Republicans con- "eighteenth century individu furnished billions and feeling in the United States Coxe's searing words some
a draft. vene at San Francisco in alist" and "a sort of Rip Van billions of dollars for the rebuilding that America is involuntarily day become "half as tolerant

July. The Democrats will Winkle who .has been, sleepIng of Europe. Now that being isolated by Euro pea n and objective about American
hold back on some' decisions since 1776." prosperity has been ,,achieved policymakers and that the conservatives as they are
House Republicans oppose the administration's poverty program. It's bureaucratic until that time. Time, for the ,But the truth i is that many there, resentment is growing new isolation results in this about Communists In Mos _

waste. We've already got all the P.OyertY.any; needs moment, Is oa their side. Americans have not forgotten In America that the Euro- country carrying the load. cow, Havana and Peking.'* .-

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: ,_ Galne..ille_Sun Tuesday, June 9, 1964 ,', ."', "i- ,

lanta, Ga., where she was visit Charles Ford, of Jacksonville,

CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB. ing with relatives and friends. passed through Gainesville yes-

}Il ; Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ben- terday en route to Ocala.

nett and son, Jim, all of Trenton Miss Jane Williams and Miss ,
afuc&iiilk'wt F.. Child's i Colored News Editor
,
N. J., arrived here yesterday -Martha Oliver, both of Deland,

: SLATES MEETING ]DISTRICT MEETING l'' on a two-week visit with arrived here yesterday as guestsof

The Petite Madamosille Club The Gainesville District Meeting ,:Mrs. Bennett's relatives. Miss Williams' relatives fora

THE will have its regular meeting of the Church of God in Miss Mattie Williams of Tam- fortnight.Mrs. .

3 JOHN R. HARRISON, President and today at 8:30: p.m. at the homeof Christ will convene at the Eastside i pa, passed through Gainesville Sarah Hall returned here

i-mfcUiherj PAT COWLES. Vice,Pre W SOUTH Mrs. Mable Harris, of 816 Church of God in Christ on :y esterday en route to visit at yesterday from Philadelphia,

dents ED JOHNSON. Tic Presidentand N.W. 3rd Avenue. Mrs. Susie N.E. 15th Street, from Thursday, Edward Waters College at Jack- Pa., where she was because of

Florida's Beautiful EBERSOLE.ExecctlT VIe.Editor President] W. G.,nd(Bill Ad-) Woods, president; Mrs. Deloris June 11, to Sunday, June 14. sonville. business

TClilsUiK Director BOB TAETAO'University Plillips, reporter. Thursday at 8 p.m. will be the
City' By RALPH lIcGILLPaUtler
IJONE. Vies .Preildeat aid ClreulUa *- I pastor's day. j
Prb Winning PabliiberOf
)lnarer. th. AtUnU (Ge.) C m_tltntl
I TIlE SUN'S POLICY IN Mr.APPRECIATION and Mrs. Oscar Johnson C.Williams Carter, pastor; Elder J. C. !& bttuartt II IIREV.

and overseer.
wish thank
family to
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. .; ThoughtsAfter
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only' in-editorials. friends and relatives who wereso

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ..i very kind during the tragedy STARKE NEWS
-, :21' v-', which destroyed their home District E. B. DANIELS grett E. .Tate, 37 grandchildren,
MeetingThe I
J The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 other
V which was followed by Mrs.ohnson's Gainesville District Meeting 3 great grandchildren,
Final rites for Rev. E. B. Dan
.. Want Ads-376-4672 and friends.
I J illness. Mr. and Mrs. relatives
will begin at the Churcuh of
iels of Micanopy, who died June
_Oscar Johnson. Rev. Daniels will lie in state
God in Christ at Starke from
3 at his home following a brief
5 till 7 today at
from
J California June 11 to June 14. illness, will be conducted p.m. p.m.

< \ Bail System Reforms NOTICE The schedule of activities is Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the,the in Leesburg St. Stevens, and A. I.E.will Church lie in

h Sen a tor Golwater once i The choral group of Lodge as follows: June 11 at 8 p.m. Mill t. Zion A.M.E. Church in Ocala -state from 10 a.m. until 12:30:

J was quoted as saying that the i No. 113 is asked to meet at the w be host Pastor's Night and I with the Bishop E. C. Hat at the
morning
!\ A professional bail bondsman attending has demonstrated, perhaps above all, home of Charlie Ross, of 704 also Bishop Days' night. A program cher and Rev. lM.. Lindsey p.m. Wednesday
thought of being preside Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church in
) the recent National Conference is that there is a great deal we can SW 5th Terrace, on June 9 at will also be rendered June officiating. Interment will follow'
"scares hell out of me." The i 12 at 8 will be District Micanopy.The .
pm. in the Citra in Ci-
8 Cemetery
)I on Bail and Criminal Justice in do to remedy that fact and to right p.m.CHURCH to
thought also dismayed a ma Missionary Day; June 13 at J 8 tra. I family and friends are
Washington was overheard commenting the scales. meet at the home of Rev. Dan
jority of the voters in the primaries p.m. will be Sunshine Day and
j l to several of his colleagues, of PROGRAM also Mother's Day; and June 14 Rev. Daniels is survived by iels in Micanopy at 12:30 p.m.
New
f "We couldn't have asked for a nicer The attorney general's referencewas Hampshireand 1 There will be a program at will be District Superintendent'sDay. his widow, Mrs. Susie Daniels, to form the cortege to the
Oregon. Even in California the Mt. Herman Baptist Church LO children, Mrs. Asza Lee Hart, church. Pallbearers will be Rev.G. .
bunch of funer demonstration
people to be at our to projects which where the .
senator had
a L today at 8 p.m. in behalf of the Solomon D. Daniels, Charlie.I W. Martin, Rev. C. D. Lazier
al." The rites be have shown that numbers of The first two days will I
J graveside may large quiet alliance with the Nixon I we
,
I Women's Home Mission. Daniels, E. B. Daniels Jr., Mrs. Rev. E. L. Walker, Re \
4,. \ several years off, but as the bonds- accused persons can be released forces, almost half the Repub; The public is invited. fast and pray until 3 p.m. Viola Blake, Mrs. Willie Mae 1 C. Strong, Rev. James Nead,

man sensed, the national conference prior to trial without posting bail or lican voters were frightened The officers are as follows: Stocks, Mrs. Dorothy Bell Morris -Rev. Dan Williams.

/ almost certainly marked the begin- paying a bail bondsman's fee. This at the idea of the senator as 1 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Elder Bishop Hugh N. Williams Anderson, district Bishop Rev. Richard Daniels, Mrs. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
;
ning of the end of the dominant can be done, the attorney general president.Mr. Mt. Carmel Baptist There overseerer; Elder D. R. Williams Annie Mae Best, Mrs. Mar- Home in charge. _ I ICanada's

role played by the bondsmen in the said, "without hampering law en- Goldwater's narrow will be mid-week Meditation district secretary; Elder I

: American system of justice. forcement, without increasing crime victory gives him the delegates Services today, 7:30 p.m.; Charlie Blount, district treasurer -
j and almost certainly hisparty's Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30( ; Sister Sallie Williams, acting -
and without
prompting defendants to ON THE RIGHT
nomination. The GOP p.m., and also both Choirs.Nost i district missionary; Sister = _

., The conference, called by the U. S. flee?' The projects facilitate releaseof convention will be well worth t 1 and 2 will rehearse, 8 p.m.; Natley Bryant. Johnson, State

; Department of Justice in cooperation defendants without bail by pro- seeing since history will be, and Teachers' Meeting Thursday mother.

li with the Vera Foundation, was at- viding courts with information on made and a lane turned. The i 7:30: p.m. Rev. T. A. "Nlixed-Up

tended by 450 judges, attorneys the defendants' backgrounds.The sessions will be in the handsof ; Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. TALLAHASSEE NEWS

general, law enforcement officials, the party's extremists. Hamm, reporter. Candidates For GraduationA I

They will be in a vindictive: Emanuel Baptist There total of 94 candidates for
bondsmen, law school deans, attor- attorney general announcedthat CanadiallSBy i'j
mood. will be prayer meeting today, degrees will complete require-
and private citizens from staff assistance
j will be made
neys
every and
I 7:30 p.m.; Choir No. 1 will ments for graduation from Florida -

state. The purpose of the meeting available to any community desiringto THE NEXT WEEKS will[,, have its rehearsal Thursday, i A. and M. University, June WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.

!t was to call attention of inequitiesof establish similar bail reform pro- without question, see a flightof ; 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, 13, according to Edwin N. ,

1 the bail system and the need for jects and that regional conferenceswill conservative business and I pastor; Mrs. M. E. Middleton, Thorpe director of admissionsand
Conservatives in the United case it Is a matterof
reform in the interests of improving be held later this year in various professional persons from the: reporter. records. States are called "isolation- essential information. In
Republican party. Some days: Church of God in Christ These students studying during -
( the quality of justice. parts of the country to promote bail ists" without the trouble be- America's, it is a matter of
ago Mr. Henry Ford boldly Church Schohol, 10 a.m.; morning i the first half of the third
If reform.At ing taken to reconcile the good manners.
asserted his departure. de- worship 12 noon; Young trimester will receive their degrees -
"What has been made clear here," .claring he believed the busi People's Willing Workers 1 on August 7, at the sum- charge of isolationist with the "Maclean's" Magazine, a
fact that conservatives in gloriously literate and
\ said Attorney General Robert Kennedy least 22 jurisdictions now have ness future and the country's: Meeting, 7 p.m.; and evening :mer commencement exercisesof America, while disunited on a prejudiced Canadian preposterously -

I pretrial release in future would be safer with] i worship, 8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams the university.The .
"is that our present attitudes programs opera- great many issues, appear to fortnightly, publishes in
tion or in the planning stage.In New President Johnson. Hundredsof pastor. degree from the Collegeof be very much united on the the current issue an article
toward bail not only cruel but others also have
are
,
departed Arts and Sciences will be
necessity to take firm politi- by Mr. Donald Coxe
Jersey, plans call for a statewide pro- a young
that they are illogical. What has The national without making public an AILING AT HOME awarded 44 students which will cal, paramilitary, and even and very bright Canadian
4 gram. conference
cou- nouncement. The departure of include Willie E. Crawford of
military action in all cornersof lawyer, enjoining his fellow-
been demonstrated here is that usually pled with the The following persons are
regional conferencesand conservative men and women I Gainesville. the globe to the. Canadians
ailing at their homes: Mrs. quarantine for the love of God
\ only one factor determines the provision for staff assistance, from the Republican party Rosa Faircloth Mrs. Ann enemy. Take a poll of six to work their way free of their

: whether a defendant stays in jail should greatly increase the numberof will proceed. Watts and Will Knight. LACROSSE NEWS devotees of William Ful-! obsessions about the nature of

I; prior to trial. The factor is not guilt similar programs throughout the Perhaps the most amusing Choir To Render ProgramThe bright, and six of Barry American conservatism.

or innocence. It is not the nature of country. Comments made by officials departure is that of some who CONVENTION SUCCESSFULThe Ft. Clark Baptist Church Goldwater, ask them the "There's been a lot of talk

the crime. It is not the character of attending the national conference indicate formerly supported Senator Woman's Home Mission I Choir will render a program at question: should we commitall this year about cracking
Goldwater but who were and Educational District Con- :the Bethel A.M.E. Church at the resources at Ameri down on hate literature," he

I' the defendant. That factor, simply, determination in many com- frightened away by his self- vention which was held at the i LaCrosse Sunday, June 14, at ca's disposal to stare the began. "I have a special reason -
is And what this conference munities to undertake South Vietnamese for
money. bail reform. revelation during the cam Mt. Moriah Baptit Church I 6:30: p.m. conquestby sympathizing with the

paign. Some of these now are was inspirational and success- The public is invited. Thereis the Vietcong, and you will, Jews and Negroes victimizedby

( organized in the East as i no admission fee, but a freewill I think, see who are the neo- these vicious crackpots,
ful.A isolationists.But because I too am a memberof
will
be
finance offering accepted.
I. "Goldwater Democrats. for love-gift was presented ,
Johnson." Mrs. Williams, presi :Rev.'E. H.Walker, pastor; Mrs the,- u1tura, problem a scorned minority group J

dent. Mrs. Mary Dell of Ala- Doris Reed, sponsor and reporter. persists: we are, in'so many forced to defend itself against

J Voice of the People! HISTORIANS of the future chua, sang a solo, entitled] I respects, an isolationist coun- organized distortion and wide-

likely will select the Eisenhower L- "Give Me My Flowers." 2nd Anniversary Planned try, a totally self-concerned spread hatred: the conservatives" -

Mrs. Williams The United Choirs Union will country. One student from Ni-
I as those in which was very ap
I years preciative for the kindnessesshown c bserve its 2nd geria who spent a year at an Mr. Coxe goes on to inform
i anniversary
the
I Republican reachedits
On The Sun's J party the Canadian
; == Opinion Page= high-water mark in the her. Mrs. Esther W. j from June 17 to June 19 at the American college told a reporter readers of Maclean's -

20th century. Those were the Hamm, reporter. ]Bethel A.M.E. Church at la- on the eve of his departure of the depths of their
Opinions and comments of Sun readers welcome in the "How ignorance of the conservative
are Voice of the People column. Letters : can I beginto
Crosse.
I must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot years of opportunity. That Mr. There are six choirs in talk to American students movement in America. He recalls -
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Eisenhower did not, or could SUNDAY SCHOOLCONVENTION j the union. about for instance
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or not, or would not choose to be SET The public is invited. Mary the problems of my "Maclean's" a recent"
intent. country, when they don't even performance.
interested in The Sunday School Convention I[vey Brown president; Miss "
truly implementing "
know (Maclean's virulent
where is.
will convene at the Mt. I[[da Bell O'Neal, secretary; Rev.E. Nigeria account
what had been
Still Questions presidency. I too would prefera gether a vast fortune in one "modern proclaimedas :I Pleasant Primitive Baptist H. Walker, pastor; Doris last August of the Draft Gold-
100 per cent Jew to an apathetic generation. Many Republicanism'i Church with Rev. H. C. AN EXTRAORDINARYnumber water Rally was headlined
congressmen i ]Reed: reporter.
GoldwaterEDITOR Christian and would have made public their will be the point of political Samuel host pastor, atFt..' of Americans, whileof 'Young Love, Nazism, Barry
give him equal vote to science research by: course knowing where Can- Goldwater: A Hot Ticket for
Sun: What an individual any- tax returns. Why hasn't Gold- scholars of the upcoming Pierce, June 16. PFPSfl'JALS: __ _u_ ....1.. i.. ..'t, ", ,,1I.. ,._ ... .._.. Republicans in '64.' The
water? If Barry would make auci 13, uuii i icdujr JU.uw anything ( author -
Miss Hattie Wallace and Miss
citizen's name is is one.But years. at all about Canada ) reported that the
friend audi-
my Barry's not public his tax returns for the SPECIAL SERVICESThe Clara both of
Young,
inconsequential. We citizensare Tampa and don't much to ence was all white the
fully dyed, only half so by reason past ten years, I would haveno The California primary was :young people of the were sightseeing in the Univer- seem care. ( white
not running for office. of his father, the immigrant Canada repays our ignorancewith supremacy motif), but a Ne-
poor reason to question his hon in respects a curiousone. Friendship Baptist Church
many are .
sity City yesterday.Mrs.
Sen. Barry Goldwater is. At- a sort of invidious ignorance gro friend of mine who
baron. And there is was
esty. Until he does It reflected sponsoring special services
as a
.
Republican
Helen P. Thomas, of Au-
intimidate citizensby
tempts to an issue here if of her own about American there told me that others of
name calling have never faced. honestly citizen voting for a president L, frustration. Governor Rockefeller Sunday, June 14, at the church. gusta, Ga., whose visit here for affairs. Turnabout is her race were alto present.

worked in our free country, I have every right to ask was regarded as unable During the morning worshipat the past two weeks has been said to be fair play. But a (The author) referred to the

thank God.Furthermore. rael What would Barry do if Is- questions.One to win the nomination.He 11 a.m. Rev. Jerald Williams -pleasant, was flown to her home difference does, of course, speakers as 'John Birch Society -

an issue is feller were said that attacked? Rocke- of Goldwater's leaders was subjected to snide member of Mt. Pleasant yesterday.Miss, exist. It is a distasteful thingto garbage,' although not

anything a citizen of Alachua tion Barry's posi- said my questions were "quite gossip. The more pretentiously Methodist Church will be the Roberts, daughter of Mr. have to mention, but in one speaker was a Birchen
the
County wants to make it. If atomic concerning is use of pertinent and deserving of pious suggested he was nota principal speaker; and during and Mrs. Dave Roberts, is leav. fact it is materially more urgent And he didn't mention that

we don't want to vote for Bar- sponsible.power Now can irresponsi-citizen answer," but others seemed good "family man." The the evening worship at 7:30 ing today on a trip to Washing- that Canadians increase Goldwater has publicly and

ry because he has a wart on ask Goldwater or his a followers unhappy that I had raised fact that the governor has p.m. there will be a variety ton, D. C. their knowledge of the United frequently repudiated the fantasies -

his nose, that's our privilege.In what Goldwater would do if Israel them, wanting my name and lived honestly and with in- program. Mrs. K. D. Childs recently returned States, than it is that Americans of Robert Welch, the
a democracy there is no the land of his father's- address! tegrity in family matters and The public is invited. to Gainesville from At brush up on Canada. In society's president."

thought control; nor is there faith, were attacked? What If Barry and his followers that his divorce and remar- ".. v_ii---' -a -...., UL --"" .- ---

information control. Every- would this emotional man cannot stand "pertinent" and riage were without any dishonorable -. ___r2rnH I I VENTURE the following
thing is brought out into the attachment what- _-f ,- generality and
have done were he in the "deserving" questions, then ie pray that

open. presidency when Israel, perhaps their campaign shouldbe ever did not. count. Presumably r_ ;,. 4, someone will prove me
President Kennedy faced France. and Britain launcheda conducted in some other the critics would have ,_ .- 4 wrong. I work in the editorial

',the religious issue honestlyand surprise attack on Egypt? country. In a free country, the been happier had the gov- __ offices of a magazine that
_
i
and discussed his
openly I have no reason to trust questions will continue to ernor followed a dishonest 1 monitors over twenty foreign
potential relationship as a come and a free citizenry will course. His party owes hima I i newspapers and journals,
Catholic the Pa- or distrust Barry, but all of
to
president b published in five
debt it is
tolerate no emotional side not interested inpaying. 41 I languages.
pal State. Now I do agree us whose parents have work 2 .b J I have
tracking of answers. But it is owed. ) yet to read the dispatch -
with the writer who wanted a ed hard can ask how.a pen- J of a single foreign correspondent -
dyed-in-the-wool Jew in the niless immigrant could put to- CITIZEN I stationed
TOE SIGNIFICANCE of the in Washington
4
nomination of Pierre Salin- : : c or New York, who is

ger, President Kennedy'sformer ; I not a Liberal ADA-variety.

POTOMAC FEVER press secretary, is not ;: That includes, by the way,
being overlooked. It was be- I': the correspondents of Spain

Senator Goldwater pleads for party unity. When he changes his mind he lieved from the beginning that I I! and It West is Germany.

t wants to be able to look down and see all Republicans change theirs .in an orderly if he won it would be becauseof Coxe's crusade probable to that Mr.
the remove the
manner. association with the
.cr-alcs! from his fellow titizoK1
late President. This C
-- was an
: :i eyes is doomed to failure, be-

Europeans are upset about Goldwater's success. If we persist in this mad no intangible possible quality.to There was _____. _.. J e it proceeds on the ra-
way measureit.
course they may feel obliged to send back our money. But after the California I. ___ :'.onalist fallacy that peoffc
*sire to know the truth
-- when
primary, it now is no longer in
fact what
) people desire
Governor Rockefeller says he's sticking in the race to the end. Just what the intangible.The '- know is what they desire to to
Republican party needs-another Stassen. know
fact that this Influenceis I- [ in this case, that
-- there are grounds for cowfe-
tangible will be influentialin

A House committee followed up the poverty program with a bill to provide many states and in the Marketing Analyst at FAMUWhen )!'ie ending South.to the colossus of '
training for old
people. These
'
are complicated times-you have to have Democratic convention. NewYork's
special training to get old or Still, one can hope: on theme
poor.
political leaders Dr. James A.
certainly Dayton, professor of psychology at Howard University hand that
will study it. The feeling Washington, D. C., came to Florida A&31 University recently to address th. average American some day the

GOP moderates will try to make Goldwater accept their platform if he is I that a debt is owed the Annual Mental Health Week Convocation, Florida Development Commissione lot only where Nigeria may is know but

nominated. New rule: if you can't lick 'em, make 'em join you. former President is wide Doyle Connor had an opportunity to meet for the first time a man 'who ha :bat Canada is full of terribly,

-- spread. made important contributions to Florida's economy through his "fundamen interesting human
tal perceptual research" analyses of citrus fruit drink preferences. Since 1930: and being;
Most Republicans think Governor Scranton would the vice-presiden Events now will move when he .served social that Canadian sophistcatesmanque's !-
accept as a science analyst with the U. S. Department of Agriculture
tial spot. It's so cold in San Francisco quickly. The Republicans will. in Mr.
in July that almost convene Dr.
you can always feel Bayton has conducted consumer and marketing behavior Coxe's
si draft. at San searing words
Francisco in some
research for the
State of Florida. When he came to Tallahassee to speak at day become "half
July. The Democrats as tolerant
will
: Florida A&M the head of theState
hold back Development Commission had a chance to and objective about American
House Republicans oppose the administration's on some decisions meet him. Dr. Dayton, second from left, is being shown the seal of the State conservatives '
poverty program. It's bu until that time. Time for the as they are
reaucratic waste. We've already got all the of Florida by Commissioner Connor, While Dr. Joseph C. Awkard, head of the about Communists in Moscow
poverty an.ybodyneeds. is -
their
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THE California; Vote Showed flisatifiwiini f! II

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HARRIS [ 3) iPRESIDENTIAL {1
Lyndon Johnson in the country as a whole, even among Arizona senator to win it PAIRINGS ; I r.
Republican voters. But perhaps a truer picture of what was going on in the CALIFORNIA E I
In California, Johnson would carry the state today againsteither minds of California voters rests in the trend of first-choice Total Voters GOP Voters 1
Goldwater or Rockefeller by 65-35 per cent. Contribut- preferences recorded before Oregon, just after and final- Per Cent Per Cent
I tI j By LOUIS HARRIS ing to the Johnson margin is the fact that as of last week ly on the day before last Tuesday's voting: JOHNSON VS. GOLDWATER '
f' about 40 per cent of the Republicans in California would FIRST CHOICE OF GOP IN CALIFORNIA I .: 1''
LOS ANGELES Despite Sen. Barry Goldwater's victory vote for the President against either Goldwater or Rocke June 1 May 18 May 10 Johnson 62 36 t I
J' in last Tuesday's Republican primary, GOP voters in California feller. Pet PcL Pet. Goldwater 33 56 !
still had clearcut first choice for their Presidential Not Sure 5 8 ,
I no The lack of polarization among Republican voters was Goldwater 28 21 28 \
nomination. As they went to the polls, Goldwater had never more evident than in the way the campaign in Califor- Lodge 24 22 32 JOHNSON VS. ROCKEFELLER j
.j emerged in first place, but with fewer than 30 per cent who nia bobbed up and down to, the very end, as recorded in Nixon 21 23 25 Johnson 61 37 t t
'J named him as their real preference. Almost equal numbers our surveys: Rockefeller 20 26 10 Rockefeller 33 56 i '
of Republicans wanted someone else Lodge, Nixon or TREND OF CALIFORNIA PRIMARY Scranton 5 2 4 Not sure 6 7 : 1 j
Rockefeller.Part .(Undecided voters not Included) Smith 1'1 1 After each primary, the Republican victor has always r I
J of the reason for this lack of a clear consensus Rockefeller GoldwaterPer Not Sure 1 5 come up in his poll showing, and this is likely to happen :
i I I'' among'Republicans lies in the negative reaction to the de- Cent Per Cent At no time in the last month in California did anyone to Barry Goldwater now. Since he won the last of the primaries -
i
clared front-runners, the lack of on the part this
campaigning DATE POLLED: of the leading Republican candidates amass more than 32 will show him in his strongest light on the
of Nixon, the absence of Lodge from the scene and public May 10 45 55 per cent support from the rank-and-file. Rockefeller jumped eve of the Republican convention. But Goldwater's strength .
'\ unfamiliarity with Scranton. May 18 ) -:57 43 from 10 per cent to 28 per cent and then fell off to 20 is as much a reflection of the inability of a majority of )
But part also rests in the strong support for President May 23 55 45 per cent in the final days. Goldwater began at 28 per cent, GOP voters to unite on a single alternative to the Arizona i t.
May 28 55 45 senator as it is his own popular appeal in it own right.
dipped to 21 per cent and then came back to 28 per cent-
kj May 31 51 49 the first time he headed the pack. Lodge started off strong i
3 Cuban Militia June 1 50 50 before Oregon, fell off 10 points and then rose some at the ii i
(NOTE: The June 1 report indicates election eve.polling) ,end. Nixon declined rather steadily during the month but OneGallon Of
The final result .in California, of course, ended in a victory always remained in the 20-25 per cent range. FREE Extra'' s
for Senator Goldwater by 3 percentage points, or 51.4 Here in California, a key pivotal state in November's elec- Cost'-'
to 48.6 per cent. The trend was clearly going to him, toward tion t' 1t
{, Is Kept in LineSubversion the end. President Johnson remains the dominant political fig With Each One You Buy V'
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ure among all voters, including a substantial minority of
The over-all USE YOUR CENTRA L CHARGE \ _
in
pattern California indicated an early Republicans. This is evident when just before the primary
of Fidel Castro's luncheon, said ammunitionCastro's in Goldwater lead before Oregon, a Rockefeller surge after his he was pitted against both Goldwater and Rockefeller in Carter Paint Store
:r army is a remote possibility I militia is issued in I upset win there,followed in the last days by a rapid Rocke- pairings among a carefully drawn cross-section of voters in Mary

rf/ beaus" !e "tViA..''" .cortTpante... 6.-" .... ."""nA....... amounts". .'!.,......'.v.rr1in>6'0 T tn nn"f.. '.. feller slippage and finally in the- last day a surge up for the both parties: 501 N.W. 8th Av Gainesville Fie. FR 6-75S8|..
captainsJiave;: most of the bul- rank. This insures that those
lets,'J 'a. member of the Cuban most susceptible to turning
Revolutionary Fighters told the their arms against the bearde! Cuba Junta .
N I Civitans"yesterday."Anfonio dictator are least able to do N
TOMORROW ONLY
Gayoso, one of two so.He Expects To
Cuban revolutionaries speaking said a private may only
-- before the Civitan get one clip of ammunition
while a non-com or officer will Go It AloneManuel
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receive several.
:Seek Court Gayoso said it is possible to Ray's Cuban Revolutionary .
fight Castro from inside Cuba
and it will happen "as soon as : Junta will win the

: Action In the people" find out he is vulnerable 1 war "with or without" foreign i

help a University of Florida
He said the only type of aid .
.student member of the exile
Cape Strike the revolutionary fighters are
tt asking from the free nations is group told the Gainesville Exchange

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) moral support. Club yesterday.
"We are not asking for U.S.
-Court action was expected today
"The of soldiersis
in an effort to halt picketing, Marines, but we will accept help foreign GIFT
which has stopped almost all i any old rifles or ammunition not expected," J. J. Buttari YOUR FATHER'S DAY

4 construction at this space facil. that are offered." explained. "Ours is the blood to LONG WAY
I Gayoso, who was accompanied be spent." DOLLAR GOES A
ity.The Brotherhood of Maintenance ,. at the luncheon by Gorge M. FIELDS
f Way Employes, one of 11 1 Silbira, another revolutionary, He added that Cubans fighting = AT J.
non-operating unions on strike. described how Castro had con- Communist dictator Fidel Cas- 1j
against the Florida East Coast solidated his power by using tro need moral support from
Railroad since Jan. 23, 1963, sel tt t the farmers and working classes the free nations of America, j t tI
up picket lines Monday to protest to help him get rid of the w MEN'S
use of Florida East Coast t middle class, his real enemies. urging groups and civic clubs JMIields I I Ii
rails to supply majo contractors .. "By the time they woke up like the Exchange Club to issue NEW HIT STYLE '
on the cape. it was too late," he said. .public statements denouncing I L
these ol I r The Bay of Pigs invasion r 1 i
Honoring lines, 3,445 Castro. :
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men left their jobs. Work wa!s r .fir
said. Theoa DISCOUNt
virtually stopped on the $1 notified, Gayoso the exile movement just I
million Saturn moon rocket com. abortive landing collapse I assures people in Cuba that .
when air strike in .
an support
plex. the Titan 3 project and the
: of the landing from a field in Castor can be successfully _
Kennedy Space Center head
Guatemala was canceled due to I fought from inside Cuba and .
quarters.A pressure from the United Na I that another strong man government i I

said .space-r..........ntat5v agency.-...<".''': spokesmarrpnrAc nt fVi w...... Na..-I_ tions, he said. will not follow Castro. BONUS
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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 9, '1964
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: omen 0 f Nicaraguan- Entertained c' I; Delta S Feather-Crawforcl J : I

Jj j fiflO I Major and Mrs. Jack Craw After the bride's graduationfrom

x ford announce the marriage of Gainesville High School
\U ... Zetas their daughter, Miss Pamela
l' ....,..; [Diane Crawford, and Robert G. last week, the couple left for

<, 'arA'r SH Feather, son of Mr. and Mrs. New York City, where the
4 THE bridegroom is working at the
f fAfflILY t Robert C. Feather.
I ; To MeetMrs. The marriage took place January World's Fair. t
t 29 in the Methodist parsonage
\ The plan to enter
newlyweds
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t of Woodbine, Ga., with
tI I Ruth Weimer Women's Editor v. 'i Albert Conekin will assume the Rev. Charles Lanchaster of the University' of Florida In
: ficiating. September.
the presidency of Delta

I Pre-Nuptial Parties Zeta alumnae chapter at for I
mal installation services
-a to
i i"f
night. The installation will be MR. 4% %

I followed by a dinner at the,

:I -Honor Miss BeckerIn home Hall, apartment of Mrs. Conekin 1002. Hume I

In compliment to Miss Nancy Hanes' mother, Mrs. M y r 1 I
Becker, bride elect of De. Hanes. Other newly-elected officers i How can I satisfied f

wayne Tucker, a miscellaneous Two Hostesses Entertain g ?, f rY who will participate in the. ,,
j shower was given last night by Another pre nuptial party ceremony include: with less? Gainesville
1 Miss Helen Ann Davies and Miss complimenting Miss Becker wasa
I Sonja Hanes, who entertained at "coke" party and kitchen Mrs. William F. Erwin, vice- Mutual pays 4V2 .
the former's home. shower given recently by Miss president Mrs. Fletcher N.
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Jean Philpott and Miss Mary Baldwin
Jr., secretary Mrs.
Colors of lavender and white Grace Hardee. Pictured above with Senorita Laurel Tom of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, cen- ; ':
were used in the party appoint The two hostesses, who entertained ter, during a luncheon given at the Faculty Club by members of Gainesville Boyd Holtan treasurer; Mrs.I

I ments.White. at the Philpott home, Business and Professional Women, are Mrs. Kenneth Small, left, and Mrs. Ralph Kinney, Panhellenic rep-: f

carnation .corsages I were assisted in the hospitalities Rosanna Laurie, right, chairman of the World Affairs Committee. resentative; Mrs. Charles C'I

If.I were presented to the bride-to- by their mothers, Mrs. Harry I Senorita Laurel Tom of Puerto -I taken on tours of the city, the television station, WUFT, since Frue, Sunland project
be her mother Mrs. Charles H. Philpott and Mrs. Earl Hardee. man Mrs. W. A. Burek, Bell'
Cabezas, Nicaragua, is now University of Florida campus,, she is principal of a high school ; Gainesville
Becker, and Mr. Tucker's aunt, Corsages, fashioned of kitchen at Cape Kennedy, after a whirl-I an elementary school in Waldo,, in where this formof Nursery project chairman, and
Nicaragua
Mrs. Connie Tucker. utensils, were presented to Miss wind visit in Gainesville .
the
and Silver
as to Springs.On Mrs. Vera Jenkins, recommen-
education is not available.
Becker and her mother the Mutual
I Bridal games were played and by guest of the Gainesville Business Friday, at a luncheon at dations chairman.Mrs. .
the hostesses presented the two hostesses, who also present. and Professional Women's Club. the Faculty Club, Senorita Tom Senorita Tom will go from UILDING and '
honoree with a gift. ed silver.the bride-elect with a gift of Senorita Tom was named by said she had been impressedwith Cape Kennedy to Tampa on Howard Weems, past t LOAN ASSOC! YTION =
the Hemispheric Friendship everything she had seen Thursday to attend the state president, will be installing offi
The list included about flowers d 217 N.E. 1st !fit.
guest I Spring were use Committee of the x
national
women's and the hospitality accorded her. convention of PBW. Her visit <
30 friends of the honor the cer.(: Ph. FR 6.6771
I guest. i throughout party rooms.
organization to visit Florida She expressed particular inter- may also include Detroit in July
Assisting in the courtesies : Twenty five guests were entertained this year" will be-
,est in the university's'radio sta for the organization's national Special recognition
throughout the evening was Miss i during the evening. While here, the visitor education convention. paid to Mrs. Ralph Kinney, out-
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Babers Compliment wasBrides' Book of Oglesbee the chapter, who, has Mrs. recently Donald''I I I

I moved to Gainesville from I I1J
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Bridal CoupleMr. TODAY, June 9Miscellaneous Primrose Inn.SATURDAY kamp Jr., of Knoxville, son corned.As .4-1
: shower com- June 13 of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. I
plimenting Miss Paula Jean Wedding of Miss Nancy Saatkamp Sr., of Knoxville part of their continuing i
and Mrs. W. E. Baber A members will bring
to ,
project
corsage was presented Wyman, bride-elect of Fred- Katherine Becker and Lawson 7:30 p.m., First Baptist
entertained Saturday evening Mrs. O'Dell and the honored erick Pitz of toys for the Bell Nursery School I I
Miami formerlyof Dewayne Tucker, :3 p.m., Church. Reception followingin
with buffet dinner at their In[ addition the will buy
a group j
Gainesville
couple received a gift of linen 7:30 pm.fMrs. McCaul Chapel of the First the lower auditorium of
home and thei various for the
Mr. Mrs.
honoring from the hosts.Attending 'Flornce Harris, Lake Baptist Church, reception following i supplies nur-
''I Thomas E. O'Dell Jr., whose Geneva. at church. church. I sery. ,
marraige took place May 23 at the dinner were 1
!
WEDNESDAY, June 10 Wedding of Miss 'Dorothy IIIJiltJ
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. O'DellSr. wJ )
Luncheon Corinne Tyre, daughter of Mr.
White hydrangeas and daisies ., Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. complimentingMiss .
Chris Carlisle, bride- and Mrs. Park Trammel Tyre ,
were used in the living room. Bamman III, Miss Fay Ward, elect of Hardy Wylie Jr. of and Herman Joseph Saat- Gone Forever. IT'S DAD'S DAY !
The serving ,table was cen- Miss Judy Sugalski, Miss Lois
Augusta, Ga., Mrs. WilliamC. ft" 1 On his special day. June 21 let a special
tered with a silver candelabra Fullager, Thomas Furman,
O'Neal, Mrs. William H. : the hair you hate! Have you Hallmark card convey the feelings deep in
adorned with small white hydrangea Andy Home, Franklin Ritch
Chandler and Mrs. WilliamN. CalendarOf ever stopped to think what Electrolysis your heart-feelings sometimes hard to say
I and ivy. and Gerald Hodges. Avera, at the O'Neal .., can do for you? It'is the only face to face. And don't forget the other
..nru.owiuWieusumrau..amaea w w. uws e+aew.wa+urxex+ r. home, 621 SW 26th Place. \ method which will remove your unwanted Dads.in your life : father grandfather fath
I Coffee honoring Miss Dorothy hair permanently. The removal er-in-law, and the one who's been like a
EventsTODAY of unwanted hair regains father to you. Remember them all with
Tyre, bride-elect of Herman
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4 .. Hallmark cards from our handsome collection -
Saatkamp Jr. of Knoxville confidence for regrowth will
\ All work done When you care enough to send the
10:30: a.m., Mrs. ErnestH. never appear. in "
Vy. G/lIJ fXd 1 Cox and her daughter, June 9 strictest privacy. taking only a matter very best.
J Miss Clara Cox, 2159 NW 9th Gainesville League of Women cf minutes for a treatment
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Avenue Voters, Coffee for new

/ BY THURSDAY 1 June 11 members, 10 a.m., Mrs. Mau- EDMUND DWYERELECTROLYSIS B1f
Luncheon honoring Miss rice Ahrens, 1704 NW Tenth

\ UOSEPpNEoWiLIAN Chris Carlisle, bride-elect of Avenue. 107 W. University Ave. FR 2-8039
Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, Delta Zeta alumnae Association _ _ _ GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
12:30:; p.m., Mrs. Darrel J. _7 p.m.! Installation-' S
;Mase and her daughter, Miss dinner, Mrs. Albert cone&n,
Marcia Mase, GainesvilleGolf hostess, UF Hume Hall ,
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Apartment 1002. _
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Art of Conversation FRIDAY, June 12 THURSDAY, June 11 F r S.: ;: ;' : : ,1 fliwi
I Rehearsal dinner complimenting Gainesville League of Women :: ; 'Yi fl.Jiffrh ,
t. Miss Dorothy Tyre Voters Education Workshop .j ffrl ,
Worth ; :
Acquiring and their son, Herman Saat 8 p.m., Guaranty Fed- ;
eral Savings and Loan Asso-
Jr. of Knoxville
kamp 7:30p. ,
\ If a woman is interested in gives you a wonderful spring m., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. ciation building.WEDNESDAY .. r
the world about her, if she is board the, next time you meet Saatkamp Sr. of Knoxville. June 10 "
I f enthusiastic about life and truly them. Begin your next conver- Bride's luncheon honoring University City Bridge Club, I
interested in others, and has a sation with them by asking Miss Nancy Katherine Becker 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW .t"f; j2..h; j ..
sense of humor, she will probably about some of these things. bride-elect of Lawson 15th Terrace. ,
have no conversational 5. If someone is new to yor Dewayne Tucker, 12:30: p.m., Arts and Sciences Dames,
problems., take your cue torn your sur Mrs. Elbert Voss, Holiday 8 pm, meeting followed by
However this c'oes not necessarily roundings. Trcre is always Bridge University Women's
follow. Many women something pleasant to say about Inn.Bridesmaids luncheon hon Club.
who have these characteristicsare the place you may be in. Fallback oring Miss Dorothy Tyre, THURSDAY, June 11
shy just the same. Also all I on the weather only as a bride-elect of Herman Saat Colfax Rebekah Lodge No.
of us could improve the qualityof .I last resort, and then try to kamp Jr. of Knoxville, 12:30: 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall,
our conversation if we would give it a twist with something.If p.m., Mrs. Donald Rothwell, 740 SE 2nd Avenue.
remember" a few things. you read your newspapers -_rf
1. Don't use stock phrasesover you can always start the con: .
and over again, such as, versation by saying, "Did you I b
That's swell," "you said it," read about so and so?" I r w.nww M

"how simply wonderful," or 6. Try to discover what others ..rrr Y a1 7 1 _M.M
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rupt others. The most popular I Avoid Arguments I :
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listeners. There is nothing more never be argumentative. Sometimes ; ,r1l. .rw-,py.. M K.r..qq 1 ,N. ana
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/ The Sunday., That Romney., Worked Drivers' Music and Talk Sightseeing


Routes OK'd
55in dark Simra .ticians. As be rocks and swivels Kelvinator. Romney became executive ways with the compact car School

in shirtsleeves in his leather vice president and on built by his company.
Sundays have always been TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
On
Oct. 12 19: he elected Governor UF ScheduleConferences
reserved by George Wilcken chair in Lansing he often I. was and Mrs. Romneyshe Public Utilities Commission said
president.In is the former Lenore la
comes down hard on things he
Romney, a practicing Mormon, TonightWhen Monday a gold coast sightseeingbus
four he took the
Hollywood
Fount actress in
years once an -
deeply believes in. That means
for church and activi- I line was allowed to add five
family .
down hard company out of the red and in ] have two married and concerts occupy -
he also on
ties. But at the Governors' Con- comes first offenders come be- routes over the objections of
the process became wealthy I daughters and two sons. An the major activities at the
ference in Cleveland Romney toes.A said himself and a nationally known I early riser, Romney likes to fore Alachua Court of Record University of Florida this competing services.
called a ness; conference and Michigan Democrat Judge Ira Carter for m i nortraffic'
figure. His most successful
crusade play a few holes of solitary week. PUC Chairman Edwin L. Ma-
noted at the outset that he had recently of the governor: "He violations he
I has not learned that thingsin was to supplant "gas i golf before work for "two rea- usually The first concert by the Uni- son said Gray Line Tours of Fort

never engaged in active politics yet not neces- 'guzzling dinosaurs" of the high- :sonsexercise and humility.'' gives them a choice of payinga versity Symphony Orchestraand ,:." """.." .....,...,.,- Lauderdale Inc. will offer sight
on the Sab government are fine or attending a traffic safe ".. .
Conductor Edward Troupin seeing tours to Palm
I Beach
the : '
done the moment
bath
but sarily school. -
1 was ty takes place today in the Uni- ) : greater Miami, and night clubsin
now about to do Alan man at the top gives an order. The school, held every three Jr'<
so because of He is eager and sometimes impatient New ReitzAssistant .; 1C .'( months or so when the numberof versity Auditorium at 8:15 pjn. i four resort areas north of

I It will feature four soloists in- t >>. Fort Lauderdale.
"
the In The "students" :
importance 4 .
r ,tin.. f get large enough, t--, .
s i of what he had In his two years as governor, I i includes talks by traffic safety cluding William Starke Elwood .. : Turfway Lines Inc., a pros-
'
+.0 say. Newssquarejawed Romney has scored a number s specialists and a film. Keister[ and Robert Schieber, at : pective purchaser of Gray Line

j''' Then the of successes though the legis- Is NamedMelvin School opens'tonight' for 50-6( the violin and Marie Henderson, \ .. ;f-- Tours Inc., told the commissionthat

4 hand some lature rejected his tax reform & qS persons at 7 pin in the third at the cello. "C the new Gray Line routes

governor of Mich- program last fall. On Thursday L. Sharpe an assist- .1 IpyyV floor courtroom at the Alachua The Gator Summer Band pre were not needed to take care of

igan said in effect that he was mornings he throws open his ant editor at the Agricultural County Courthouse.The sents a Twilight Concert the present public demand Ma-

a leader of the "stop-Goldwater' office to all citizens who want to Experiment Station today. was r' t public is also invited in Wednesday on the Plaza of the son said.
J1 movement. His .opposition to see him. Each may have five a special effort to make the
named assistant to the presi- Americas at 6:45 p.m. that will
the senator was not surprising minutes with the governor be dent of the University of flo- school better known. Class will .feature Edward Troupin in a
1 for two reasons. tween 8 a.m. and noon. last until about 10 How To Hold
rida.The p.m. violin solo. .._...__. ,
n First Governor Romney is apolitical .And for 15 minutes every day, appointment, announced Speakers tonight include Ed I -- --'''-

r.. moderate not at all at he shakes hands with all school. Reitz is effective July 1. Conerly city traffic safety offi- r Miss Mary Pat Otto, soprano MISS OTTOning FALSETEETHMore I

home. with the more conserva- children who come by his officeon Sharpe succeeds George Cor- cer, and George Tillman deputy from Tampa will also appear as Thursday at the J. Hillis Firmly in Place ,
tive elements in the Republican excursions through the state two selections
commissioner for the a soloist singing
rick who recently was named insurance Miller Health Center. It is the Do Tour false teeth annoy and embarrass -
1 Party.. At. the same time capitol.A county. from the musical comedy by tupping dropping or woo-
Director of Development Services first annual bUng when you eat laugh or talk?
1 the governor has not hesitated devout member and leaderin at the "South Pacific." southeastern con- Just sprinkle a Uttle FASTEETH on
University. .. your plata.Tha alkaline(non-acid
\ to endorse Democratic spend- the Church of Jesus Chris t A native of Oklahoma ference for the group, all of powder holds raise teeth more firmly!

I ing proposals when he thought of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon): me.. 28-year-oia Sharpe _holds City_ SHARPE I Shastri Picks Both concerts are open to the whom are members of the student gooey and more,pasty comfortably.taste or feeling.No Does rummy not,
without .
they were sound. he does not drink or smoke, public charge.On sour. Checks "plate odor (denture
i both the bachelor and master'sdegrees branch of the American breath). Get FASTEST today at
,,' Second the governor is running -. He tithes, giving 10 per cen t: from Oklahoma State Storm in ItalyROME India CabinetNEW the conference calendar, Pharmaceutical Associaton. drug counters eierywhere.

for re-election .to a two- or more of his income to the some 75 elementarv schoolteachers .
University.He ------
year.:term 'in a heavily indus- church. is a member of Sigma (AP) A hurricane DELHI, India (AP) are expected to attend -

trialized state and it will be George Romney was born. Delta Chi and Phi Alpha Mu lashed 270 miles of Italy's tour- Prime Minister Nehru's succes- the Association for Childhood i

I harder-for him to win if the July 8,1907, in Chihuahua, Mex. journalistic fraternities. Sharpe ist-crowded upper Adriatic coast sor, Lal Bahadur Shastri, nameda Education Workshop in the COMFORT

conservative' Arizona senator ico, of American parentage. He joined the UF staff in 1962. Monday night, killing at least: new Cabinet today that re- Medical Sciences Building Auditorium QUIET

'ieads the ticket. attended Latter-Day Saints Uni. He served in the U. S. Army two Italians and sweeping fish- tains the 11 members of Nehru's June 1416. ...by the roomfulFRIGIDAIRE
and includes four
Cabinet
i .f As one Romney adviser put versity, the University of Utah from 1958 to 1960 on the public ing boats out to sea. .
Some 150 students in southeastern
members.The .
Uni- new -)
it weeks and Washington
two ago: "Anybody George information
staff and workedas Seven fishermen were feared
and When he 19 he additions are Nehru's colleges of pharmacy II
sut Barry we'll be okay. versity. was
staff
a reporter for the drowned.
On the surface Governor I went to Britain where he spent Guthrie Daily Leader in Guth- daughter, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, will meet for three days begin-,
Inland, near Lake Garda, a cy- minister of information and
Romney fits the pattern of the ,two years as a Mormon mission- rie Okla. before
He has returning to clone virtually wrecked the vil- I broadcasting; S. K. Patil, the
typical politician. a
( quick frequent smile, is at ease ary.Romney's springboard to poli- school to take his master's de lage of Offlaga. It has a popula- I Congress party's political chiefin ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
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f handshaking among the electors tics was his successful leader 1,100. Bombay railways minister;

and delivers a speech ship of the American Motors Sanjiva Reddy steel minister I

imoothly. Corp. The company was formedin and Humayun Kabir minister of
Citizenship Award Given and chemicals.STATE .
But he is usually more blunt 1954 through the merger of petroleum -
and unequivocal than most poli- the Hudson Motor Co. and Nash- ROAD DEPARTMENTOF -

I o ....-._- -__.-_.__- -....__.-_. .n__- _-_ _-- Scoutmaster bv Civitans SPECIAL TRAFFIC FLORIDA REGULATIONS home protection at
- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: 3L
That the State Road Board at Its less cost with a I IF
- meeting of May 28 1964 gave consideration -
x: g It was almost a reunion for Their old outfit, Troop 2, has to the requests relating to special Homeowners Policy.

_I P old Boy Scout Troop 2 yesterdaywhen I since been redesignated as the I made traffic a regulations review of the and traffic In each Investigation case- Contact me today! T ,1i 1P 11/1'IMNMI'F

the scoutmaster was honored 84 report along with the recommendations -
- 1' : present Troop but Ames, dir- : of the engineer at the locationor
by the Civitan Club. ector of personnel at the Univer-I locations described below: 117 N.E.

Burt W. Ames was on hand at sity, is still the scoutmaster. :ROAD COUNTY- 5.23LOCATION- Alachua

the Civitan luncheon to receive Making the presentation was one: In Gainesville- Section as follows 14717: Speed r d 15th Ave. g

the Outsanding Citizenship Dr. Donald F. Rothwell. From SLD MP 6.635 to SLD MP 3r'
: 6.800. distance 0.165 mi. Phone
Award for his 30 years of Following the presentation the I RECOMMENDED REGULATION h i

- ". .. service to the Boy Socuts of Civitans heard a talk by two From 35 MPH SLD Speed MP Zone 6.800 to SLD MP 2-0444

n .'. America. members of the Cuban Revolutionary 7.100, distance 0.300 mi.
Also in the luncheon audience Fighters. I RECOMMENDED 45 MPH Speed REGULATION Zone FRanklin "It ain't the heat it's the humidity"Don't
were two of Ames' first Eagle On motion duly made and seconded.
Three new members were t the above traffic and speed regulations
Scouts, Dr. Arthur A. Broyles, welcomed in the were determined to be reasonable and Turlin Buy Just A :
organization by the basis Ralph
of the
ecessary upon engineering ont
p tz professor of physics and physi- and traffic
Tom Hanssen. They were Jerry : investigations !
H : cal sciences at the Universityof authority was therefore given for the .1 Room Air Cooler
d j, Robertson, David Tucker and 4 establishment of same and the placing o!
: Florida and Herbert A. Rev. R. B. Keyes. 1 of Indicated the proper; also marking for the and elimination signs as of STATE FARMMutual I Buy A
Bevis teaching associate of civil existing controls where this I Is Indicated. 'Automobll Intunnct Comptny ( .. ):
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I Home Force spokesman said today FRIGIDAIRE ROOM AIR! CONDITIONER.
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BERKELEY, Calif. (AP-I are training at Clark Air Base go DRY COOLING More Moisture Removal' i

';. The United States Post Office north of Manila for all contin- Get HFC Trave/oan
.' an I Low Cost of Operation
<. ....,.:...::, has returned Albert Washing- gencies but have been given no ,

,; ton's wallet to him, with the specific targets. Show your family the future Styled Well & Ease of Irstallation

.' $205; in cash he had in it, butit The spokesman was comment at the New York Workfi I Galvanized Steel Rust Resistant
wasn't simple. ing on a New York Herald Tri-
Fair. An HFC Traveloan
i Soon after Washington lost bune report that a combat force .I Dependable Service .
can cover to
I the wallet in January with the'of B57s is training in the Philip- every expense
the fair-or anywhere. Cash / QUALITY DOESN'T COST YOU .
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$205 in a secret compartment, pines to bomb targets in Com- for
-I transportation, lodging
it reached the post office via a munist North Viet Nam. i IT "PAYS" YOU.
clothes-
mail box. I The newspaper report said even camera i

They mailed it to his Oakland about 50 B57s are assigned to equipment. Borrow I

address with 18 cents postage the U.S. Air Force's 3rd Bomb confidently and repay I Just Come In and Register. I

due, but he had moved and Wing stationed temporarily at conveniently at Household RECEIVE A GIFT FREE

left no forwarding address. Sot Clark. Finance. Utfm t irauM t h(USSJ Wlrf flato SlId
?""-ion To Your Free Gift You
office. 'In At ,
.1 went back to the
post
NOTICE TO CREDITORS asteNavtYwkMa
; WsFir19641365Caepes5aaBorrow PLUS
? Win 2 Other Prizes #
After the required 60 days, FLORIDA STATUTES May
r 1 In the Court of the County Judge
t 1 as workers stripped the wallet according -Alachua County, Florida A Weekly Prize A Grand Prize

to regulations and found In In Probe re: }Estate.f.. up to $600 Lost Week's Winner: No. 1189

the money. Postal officer Matt AAahalia Knight Deceased. Take up to 24 months to repay Please Claim Your Gift By This Sat.

Higgins hunted around Washngton's To All Creditors and Persons Having
Claims *r Demands Against Said Es- Ask about Credit Life Insurance on loans at group rates
old neighborhood until statet Open Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. Easy Terms
1k he found someone who knew of You and each of you are hereby notified .

his new address, and deliveredthe and and demands required which to present you, or any either claims of HOUSEHOLD FINANCI

ra r\ wallet and the $205 to him you Mahalla may Knight have deceased against ,the late estate of said of JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCES

3 ." there. County, to the County Judge of Alachua
County. Florida at his once In the
Higgins didn't even ask for court house of said County at Gainesville 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor
& TELEVISION
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a the 18 cents postage due. from the time of the first publicationOf PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 CO<
NOTICE Of SALE this notice. Each claim or demand 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-5303
shall be In writing and shall state the I
fiat pursuantto .
Notke Is hereby given
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place of residence and -
post office ad- I
Decree of Foreclosure enteredIn
a case Final numbered 11962. In the Circuit dress of the claimant and shall be --4
sworn to by the claimant his agent I
Florida. I will
Court of Alachua County.
or attorney and any such claim
situated in Alachua or
sell the property
demand not so filed shall
be
County.: Florida. described as: -sD.. E. White void. now everything's at one address- t
Lot Eleven (11) of Annis Terrace a D. E. White As
executor of the Last
recorded In Plat Book
subdivision as
Will and Testament cf Mahalia ,
"D". page 10 of the public records deceased. Knight

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Wt 1 Hollev Is, :Likelv to Get. Burned. Johnson ruing ., LESS FAT


: J -- Ji. .I FOR ALLNEW
4
i. Up Delegates
f By ALLEN MORRIS had functioned only as individ would better the record-setting House entree perhaps as cordial -take the whole ticket? Most of
YORK (AP) Everybody
-f uals. 40.2 per cent cast for the GOP as that believed to have the politicoes here, Democrats -

; TALLAHASSEE A cooler gubernatorial nominee in 1960. been enjoyed by Mayor High all, of course, think.majority WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- uncommitted. These include I not just overweight persons
r reappraisal now indicates Certainly the rehabilitation of during the administra- I and those who've had heart
They reasoned, in part, that Kennedy will buy the whole package dent Johnson has been quietly South Carolina and Louisiana.The I
\ GOPer Charles R. Holley is by the St. Johns riverfront had
should eat less fatty
Representative Holley was has disease,
tion.The after the campaign by Johnson, piling 'up Democratic delegate Mississippi delegation
\ no means the threat to Haydon been a high priority community both a better known man ,anda political significance of Holland, Burns, and the rest. not been chosen )'et. food, the American Heart Association
t Burns that many at first believed desire for Yet this candidate than votes while the political spot-
many years. stronger this identification of Burns with It shotfd be kept in mind too
he would be. had been shrugged off because George C. Petersen was four President Johnson is that manyof that the bulk of the big money light focused on the Republican -: Unlike the Republicans, who says.

This reevaluation leaders, in effect, said "we'll years ago, for Holley had long the most enthusiastic sup- contributed by individuals to presidential nominationrace. ,follow a one-man, one-vote policy The organization widened

h f( is based never be able to get those people enjoyed a statewide forum as porters of Mayor High in the political campaigns comes He already has more than the Democrats will have Monday its recommendation of

largely uponBurns' Cracker to agree on any plan." But a .minority spokesman in the recent primaries will be facedin from conservatives. In Florida half the number needed for his many more delegates than the three years ago because, it said, -

obvious Burns did get them to agree, Legislature. Holley's lawmak- November with a ticket that this fall, it seems likely that expected nomination.The 2,316 votes authorized for their of mounting evidence of a rela-

knack for negotiating not once but again and again.All ing service gave him knowledge has the names of both John- kind of support will go to U.S. convention. Some delegates will tion between fat consumed, cho '
comproPolitics this local history sup- of the state's problemsthat son and Burns. Will they then Senator Spessard L. Holland President now has 671 have one-half of a vote and in lesterol in the blood and heart

I mise. It is becoming ports the growing belief that Petersen did not possess. split their votes, abstain, or and Mayor Burns. first-ballot votes stemming from a few cases they'll have one- disease.
trite to Burns, as the Democratic Too, those observers were primaries, state convention actions -third of a vote.

say but it is standard-bearer, will be able to'quite mindful of the cleavage or personally stated pref--. Besides the 671 votes already

t nevertheless true that Burns bring back into the fold by which split Democratic votersin erence, an Associated Press survey -'committed to him, Johnson is
seems to share President John- November many of those who both the first and second a < showed today. I
-r expected to pick 244 votes
son's ability to get antagoniststo said "I'll never vote for that primaries. They found it difficult '-;1-4 I up GW CLEAN C bt
from four states in which standin
This is about 58 cent of -
reason together. ticket" as a consequence of [ to believe, in particular, F per
the 1,158votes candidates won presidential
' In examining "The Jacksonville bitter primary contests for gov- that the bloc vote which helpedput required for the
nomination at the Democratic primaries. They are Ohio, Indi- 1'a
Story," it would appear ernor, U.S. senator and attorney Miami's Mayor Robert 1 I
convention in Atlantic ana, Maryland and Wisconsin.
that the secret ingredient for generaLIn King High in the second pri- city in
There 621 votes the
are in
success was the mayor's talent the days immediately fol- mary could ever be persuadedto August.
hands of who far
delegates so
for team-harnessing strong personalities lowing the second primary support Burns in Novemberas There has been little doubt list themselves ,
who always before there were those who felt Holleycompany" the Democratic nominee.But that Johnson-although he has as technically \.
uncommitted. Almost all
are expected -
what does the reappraisal not
yet announced his
candidacywill
to vote for Johnson.In .
r show? win the nomination on the all, delegates to cast 1,574
Holley is indeed stronger on I first
ballot, perhaps by ac of the 2,316 convention votes .
the surface as an individual clamation.The .
have been selected.
candidate than was Petersen
in 1960. But Holley suffers from only avowed
Trail ways the fact that he and Claude R Gov. George C. candidate\-\ Dine With Your Gracious Host
ai $t ; bama, has 38 TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON
Kirk, the GOP nominee for the I 6s 3ti I
U.S. Senate, constitute the en- -all from Alabama. He migfi'
treats you like tire Republican statewide tick- draw scattered support from rf BAKED
MEAT LOAF
other Southern delegations which

et.Just why the GOP failed to so far have listed themselves as w/Omon Gravy ,re

field even the number of state- 1 Tossed Salad 7COMPLETE
But Spinach
'
wide candidates the party did Hot Roll &

in 1960 is not known. There are A recent run by collectors on Butter

(maybe better!) two surmises: silver dollars has cleaned out 0 Iced Hot Coffee Tea or

1. The GOP leaders becameso the Treasury Department's sup- \

'f embroiled in the squabble ply of "cartwheels" except for a Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea

over who would represent Sen- 4, x. x, reserve of some three million.At Is Always FREE.
ator Goldwater that the men
.. and women who could have S.'S FLORIDA PEST CONTROLc

been used as candi ates were ,. CHEMICAL CO. 0

instead brought in ID: the rival n.____
slates of delegates to the Re- CAFETERIA!
Bond Issue ActionThe = ,
publican convention.
f 2. After Lyndon B. Johnson FREETermite I S-unch 11 :30 a.m. to 2 05 p.m. I Ii
t Dinner 4 30 p.m. to 8 05 p.m. .
1' became president, there seem first tangible proof of the $6 million capital
..1I' : JA ed less likelihood of the Repub- improvement program's progress was filed for the 1212 North Main Street I

lican nominee pulling along city's records last week by Mayor Howard McKin- InspectionAnd GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

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I' .... ,".ift. .f With only Holley and Kirk on 90 Teachers '0
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.y.,.,,...... A'JIt's the statewide ballot for the

GOP, the present Democratic
To Attend
so nice to go Trailwaysl! Our highly-trained trave'lexperts officeholders can work with On Father's Day
bend over backwards to answer your questions
for their party'sticket.
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i Too, and very importantly, the U. S. will be attending sum-
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" r- HAL BOCK victory but needed ninthinningrelief i

t __ Associated Press Sports Writer help when Houston pushed \ I

Sandy Koufax, the Los An- across two runs. } ,

geles Dodger left-bander who King's three-homer salvo and C J

} makes a habit of being stingy a pinch-hit homer by Don Zim. t :

Be Solved? .with base hits, took a swipe at mer all] came with the bases .

a second straight no-hitter Mon- empty. That left the Senators ;

. day night and for four inningsof t. ._, _1_. _._ :i. one run short I

t.tf a 2-1 Dodger victory over Cincinnati .. ---- .- .- The A's got a homer from Ed r '
Florida State's annual football clinic starts Thursday In he had staticians we mm wnen ne lorcea UICJt aid it in 1338. the: Indians topped Los Angeles Charles in the first, then put it I

Tallahassee. The state's sportswriters will arrive on the scrambling for their record Tracewski who had walked And, interestingly, Vander I 6-3, Jim King smashed three I away with a four-run eighth-in- II III

scene tomorrow. They'll need the early start as the maneuvering books. moved up on Maury Wills' Meer hurled for the Reds and home runs but Washington Ding uprising. Rocky Colavito i

gets under way to discover the names of the half-dozen JIM KING Koufax retired the first 12 single and scored on Willie Davis pitched his second no-hitter I bowed to Kansas City 5-4 and singled in two runs before .

Miami football players who were booted out of school by the I Three Homers Reds he faced but No. 13, Der- hit. against the Dodgers.. I Detroit outslugged :Minnesota George Alusik wrapped up the j

" UM Honor Court for cheating on examinations. .... on Johnson, broke the spell Roseboro Doubles Elsewhere in Monday's abbre- 10-5. rally with a two-run homer. 1

Chances are, however, that it will be next fall before the : with a, home run. With the John Roseboro doubled home viated major league schedule,! Rained Out Moe Drabowsky got the victory, .

,identity of the gridders become known. And then, only bya ,. pressure off, Koufax gave up Tommy Davis with two out in Milwaukee whipped Houston 5-31 The St. Louis at San Francisco his first since April 25, and \

process of elimination via a check of last year's roster. three more hits en route to his the sixth to win it. as Hank Aaron tagged a two- National League afternoon snapped a seven-game losing I

It's a tough break for new 'Cane mentor Charlie Tate. He 100th career victory. I run homer, Cleveland's Leon game was rained out. i streak.
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had the horses up front to provide the foundation for a conservative Sandy, whose third no-hitter, The only pitcher ever to put Wagner took the major league Koufax, bringing his record| Wagner, who brought his RBI }
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ball-control type of offense in 1964. came against Philadelphia last together back-to-back nohitterswas RBI lead with a two-run homer to 7-4 with his third consecutive] total to 46, and Bob Chance hit \

week, scored the tying run inCOLLEGE Johnny VanderMeer, who| and a run-producing single as also :back-to-back homers in the
victory! was touched for a \
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run for the Indians. Chance'shomer
fifth and
singled in the eighth.
Besides trying for a second was his fourth in four

-_ straight no-hitter, Koufax also 'games.
Maine Pulls
__ Upset was trying to set a record by The Angels had taken a 3-2:

striking out 10 or more batters J lead in the seventh, chasing

--- in a single game for the 55th i rookie Sonny Siebert, who had
OMAHA, Neb., (AP-Maine's rain-shortened first round of Hall winning streak. But Coach time: in his career. The record ,a four-hit shutout through six

sophomores, led by a coach the College Baseball World, Jack Butterfield said he was of 54 is shared by Bob Feller innings. t'

At the same time, the entire incident is indicative of the who did not want a scouting report -Series yesterday. planning with rookie Joe Ferris and Rube Waddell. Koufax how- Don Demeter hit a homer for

new feeling in the nation's colleges and universities. The tend- --- ." -'-- -- provided the upset and Maine was playing most oi: in mind. ever, struck out only five. the Tigers in the first. Then

ency to look the other way with tongue in cheek at violations, HENRY AARON Minnesota started in its custo- the hitters to pull in its 5-1 victory .. "He is not overpowering butwe Felipe Alou opened the after the Twins tied it 2-2, Norm,

whether by athletes or regular students, is virtually extinct. Hits Roundtripper mary election year style in the that ended a 13-game Seton .knew. if he got the.ball over Braves'. first. with a double.. .One-- Cash hit a three-run shot in the

Although no one who follows sports likes to see athletes right they would pull," Butter-I OUt later, Aaron connected Off 1:hird and put Detroit ahead to

become involved in such capers, it has happened in more field said. "I didn't try for a :Hal Brown, 1-6, and Milwaukeenever stay.

so-called "Ivy" institutions if one recalls the cast at West 22 Americans scouting report because I don't : trailed. Alou collectedtwo

Point some years back. At the same time, the UM Honor CompetingIn always trust somebody else's : doubles and Lee :Maye also Dave Wickersham, tagged for I

Court deserves much commendation. had two hits while Dave Roberts I ftarmon Killebrew's 16th hornr .

judgment.Cluttered Minds slammed two doubles and a :? won his seventh game after

Athletes Are DifferentIf Old British Amateur "It's better, to not know any :single for the Colts. :failing on three previous tries, \
)but needed Larry Sherry's relief -
thing than to clutter the kids' Tony Cloninger 4-5 the I
got help.
a school is going to have an Honor Court, then the minds with information that :
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rules deserve rigid enforcement. Without mentioning any isn't -
GANTON, England (APIt'slike 'Amateur Golf Championship, at the title. Eleven survived and always true.
names to save red faces for those involved, there have been Ferris had a six-hitter. Dick
being in a Little America in first played 79 years ago. made the second round 'i1.
today.
times when the so-called Honor ( urt of an institution has de Varney and Carl Merrill both I
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Ganton of field .
these One-sixth the
days. comes
: been as reprehensible in its conduit! as the offending parties from the United States. Manyof Another 11 Americans who sophomores, were the hitting he-

; brought before it. Step into the golf house of the I the American competitorshave rested Monday, opened their roes for the Yankee Conference Game ---

i Gator coach Ray Graves, in a recent interview, acknowledged club where the legendary Harry campaigns today. The total field champions. KANSAS CITY Night WASHINGTON MINNESOTA abrhW DETROIT abrhMVersalles
that after of trying UF coaches have driven brought along their wives abrhM abrhbl I ss 51 1 1 Wert 3b 4320
t years Vardon was in the 1890s numbers just over 200.
pro Minnesota's
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and friends. Big champs Causey ss 4010 Blas'ame 2b 4 0 2 0 Rollins 3b 5022 Lump 2b 3100
home the point to Gator players that, in truth, an athlete Green 2b 5100 Kennedy 3b 5000
and there's sure to be an accent Frank Stafaci old stopped Texas A&M 7-3 behind Ohva rf 5000 Kalme rf 4231
a 48-year Charles 3b 5221 Hinton If 5010 Allison
is NOT like other student and should conduct him- lb 3110 Demeter If 4234
just any of New York Alabama or 22 AmericansOn Colavito rf 4112 King rf
4333
insurance from Miami right.hander Joe Pollock with a Hall cf 4000 Cash lb 4213
self accordingly. An infraction that would be considered trivial Virginia.The opening day Monday.22 man ,, Tartabull rf 0 0 0 Phillips lb 3000 Hebrew If 4 I 1 2 Freehan c 4010
t' Fla., and Jack Penrose, 50, of 16-hit attack led by Ron Wojc- Alusik lb 4122 Brumley c 3000 Allen 2b 2220 Thomas cf 4022
for another student becomes a major thing when an ath- Edwards 4 0 2 0 Valentine cf 2 0 1 0
occasion is the British Americans took their first shots Philadelphia are the veteransof iak and Bill Davis. Coach Dick c Zmn'rman c 200 McAuliffe ss4000
lete is involved. Woicik If 3010 bLock cf 1000 bGreen 1 000Wickshamp3000 '
the American contingent. Sieberg said, "I didn't even Mathews cf 4 0 1 0 Brinkman ss 1 0 1 0 McCabe cOO 0 0 Sherry p 1000
I It may sound hard-hearted to put it in this blunt man- Drabo'sky p 2 00 0 cZimmer 1111aWillians Roland p 1000
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I Former the British Amateur for the 10th they tied it 3-3 in the seventh be- Ridzik p 0000
offender, in cases that come before the group. In today's Champs I 1000 I
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time and will his bid in a cause he's Dailey p 0000
world the easy thing is to commit the violation. It takes open my ace. Totals 35 5105 Totals 32 4 f 4 cPower 1 000
second-round match against M. Election Years a-Walked for Drabowsky In 8th; b-
infinitely more courage to abide by rules than to break D. Dawson of Penrose Struck out for Valentine In 8th; c Totals 15 5 7 S Totals' 35 11 12 II I
England. Minnesota won the champion Homered for Brinkman in 9th d-Struck
them. ; a-Struck out for Pieis' in 7th; b- r
had first-round bye. Hit for Ridzik In 'th. Struck out for Zibberman In 8th Llrid
To a ship in both its other NCAA tour- ; e- ,
Try Qualify Kansas City........_.... 100 000 04 -5 into double play for Dailey In 8th.
Caught on the Run Won Monday ney appearances in election Washington ... ........... 010 001 011-4
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I Strafaci, competing in his years 1956 and 1960. E None. PO-A-Kansas City 27-10, Detroit .....".. .. .... ... Jos 020 03x--10$

For those who may have missed the original announcement, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Bob Brue and Dean Refram. I ninth British championship, won Southern Cal's defending 1 and Washington Alusik;2710.Green.DP-Causey Drabowsky and .Alusik.Green

speakers for the annual Florida Athletic Coaches Association Five former Open championsand Colorful amateur Billy Joe Pat- I his first-round match Monday. NCAA champs were in front of ;I LOB-Kansas City 7, Washington 8. E-Vers.lles./ Sherry Allison Wert. ,PO Thomas-Minnesota, MeAuiiffe "

clinic here this summer will be Texas' Darrell Royal for a fellow who has won every, ton also made it, but he had to Dale Morey, 44, former Amer- Ole Miss with one out in the top 1 Ingame.2B HR Causey-Charles, Hinton, King Charles.(3). Alusik Bias. 24-14 man and Detroit Allison 27-17. DP,-Shiflett, Zimmer. ..

football and Cincinnati's Ed Jucker for basketball. thing else but, try to qualify to-, survive a sudden death extra :'ican Walker Cup player; George of the fifth when the storm hit: Zimmer., SBV"entine.Ost n. Brink. Kalme and McAuliffe.; Wert LOB Lumpe-Minnesota and Cash 7.
I man Wyatt
i The Gainesville Recreation Department is the guiding force day for the U.S. Open Golf hole. Blocker, 24-year old Army cor- The game will be resumed at' .r. IP H R ERBBSO Detroit-7 28-Freehan,1. 'Kellne.-.

behind American Legion, Major Junior and Midget baseball Championship at WashingtonJune Former PGA Paul ]poral, and Paul Coste, headmaster that point tonight. Missouri and :Wyatt Drabowsky..,..W..,..2-7'.. 2 7 '6 3 2 2 2 2 3 1 3 3 Demeter Cash. SB-Thomas.HR-Killebrew S-Lump*.

programs in the city. 18-20. champion of an American service Arizona State will follow. Osteen ........ 7 5 2 2 2 7Ouck'orth Roland L. 2-4 ....2236 IP H R 5 ERBB50 5 0' I
and t, K 23 3 3 0 0 I
The show is at Detroit Runyan veteran Johnny The ... .. Shiflett ......... 2 4 2 2 1 0
Georgia Tech still Is recruiting. The Engineers recently big Bulla were those who ]men's school in France, are regular Tuesday schedule I Ridzik .11-32 0 0 1 1 Pieis ........_.. 11-30 0 0 0 1
signed a 6-3 eager from Kentucky, Phil Wagner of Cunthiana, where 82 players including most failed to among Western Ama- 'rated among the strongest was set back to Wednesdaywhich x-Pitched HBP-By Drabowsky to one man Valentine.In 8th. WP- Dailey' :...'......- I 0 0 0 1 I .
: qualify. Arrigo
4 considered one of the top five players in the Bluegrass State.A of the touring pros, shoot at 39 teur champion Steve Opper- 'American contenders.The means the title game in :ne Drabowsky, Napp Rice.Ridzik.T-2:36.U-Stevens.A-3,745.Valen- WIckerham. W 7-5 7 i '2 4 3 3 3 2 2 7 2

unique football clinic took place at Tuscaloosa, Ala., re berths.A first six rounds are over the double elimination tourney Sherry HBP 2 1 1 0 1 1
mann also missed, and former -By Dailey (Demeter!' By Wicker
cently. It was for men who either have played under or total of 55 places will be' 18 holes. The final, over 36, will won't come until Saturday or sham (Zimmerman U-Mailer, Hurley
Jack Fleck- ,
coached under Alabama tutor Paul (Bear) Bryant. No one up at four other sites in the sectional -who Open beat champion Ben Hogan in a storied be played on Saturday. possibly Sunday.Hurler. Flaherty Carrigan.Night T Came-"2:41. A-7,933. ..
LOS ANGELES .
else was admitted. qualifying round. CLEVELAND
payoff-did not try. abrhbl abrhM
Thirty-five golfers qualified I Pear rf-cf 5010 Howser ss 4211
Hits Satriano lb 4012 Davalillo I cf 4 t 2 0
t Monday at eight courses.' Hogan will not attempt to
Night Came Fregosl ss 4020 Wagner If 4123 I
Among the successful playerswere : qualify, either. The four-time MAjOR4ttJLEAG1JE MILWAUKEE HOUSTON Torres 3b 5000 Chance rf 3112
Sun ahrhh ehekl.Z Rodgers c 3000 Whitfield lb 4020
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City Chick Harbert former winner does not approve of being : Alou cf-lf 5221 Spangler If 5022 Kirkp'ck If 4100 McMahon p0000

PGA champion, and tourists I asked to qualify, with his MP'7LEADERSf HR to Pace Cline Mayelf cf 4O2IFox 0000 White 2b cf 5010 4000 Perry R. Lee cf p 3120 1000 Alvis Brown 3b 2b 4000 3000

record. / Aaron rf 4112 Bond rf 4010 Piersall cf 0000 Azcue c 3120
Torre c 401 Aspro'nte 3b 4010 Knoop 2b 3020 Siebert p 1000
Mathews 3b 4 0 0 0 Roberts lb 3130 Latman p S000Abernathyp0000
Golf Open Sam Snead, attempting to St. Pete Win Oliver lb 4000 Bateman c 4011 aW.Smith rf 2 1 1 1 bA.Smith rf 0000
Menke ss 4000 Kasko ss 3210 Duliba p 0000
make it to the for
championship AMERICAN LEAGUE DeIaHoz2b20000rown p 1000 Totals 3433 Totals 306104
the 24th consecutive time, is Batting 100 at bats Oliva. Minnesota. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSSt. cStaub 1000 bLarsen p 1000 a-Singled for Latman In 7th; b-Sacrificed .j
'J71 Fregosl. Los Angeles 342. Smith p 0000 Cloninger p 3 I 1 0 for Abernathy In among the name players at De Runs-Oliva, Minnesota 41; Allison Petersburg defeated Lake- Hoeft p 0000

troit. Others former j MiMesota.38. land aBolling 2b 1110 Los Angeles ..... ... .. 000 000 300-3
are Openchampion 3-1 in Florida State
Postponed Runs batted In-Wagner. Cleveland. 4i; a Totals 35554 Totals 253183 I Cleveland .........." CC. 002 >4.-4
Tommy Bolt, PGA: :Stuart Boston 43. League game Monday night as a-Ran for De la Hoz in 7th; bStruckout
: Hits Oliva. Minnesota, 71; Hinfon for Brown In 7th; c-Grounded Into
cnampions two: Kosourg, Jim Washington 69.- relief pitcher Hank Harden hit force out for Larsen In 9th. E None. PO-A-Los Angeles 24 7,

The annual Sun City Open Tommy Aaron, Dan Sikes, Ferrier and Jerry Barber. ton.Doubles Washington-Oliva.12.Minnesota and HIrv a two-run homer in the bottomof I Milwaukee .. .. .. .. ;JM 11.11 *vHoustM _;1 :Satriano.Cleveland LOB 27-4.-DP Los-Knoop.Angeles Fregosl 12. Cleveland and
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Tour regulars Bob Triples-Oliva, Minnesota. S; McAu- the 11th .:
has been Goalby inning. .
golf tourney postponeduntil Frank Beard Dave Ragan and liffe. Detroit; Green Kansas City; Fre E-Roberts, Bond. PO-A-Milwaukee 27. HR-Wagner, Chance. S
a later date, Tom Hans- Doug Sanders, all pro standouts Johnny Pott, Art Wall, Joe gosl. Los Angeles; Versalles Minnesota Lakeland scored in the seven- 11. Houston 27-15. OP-Menke. De la HOI '-Ii. Smith. SF-Chance.IP .H R ER SB SO

sen tourney chairman, announced -today. Campbell, Gay Brewer, Tommy and Home Hinton.runs Washington-Klllebrew.,.Minnesota, 16; th on a double by Dave Camp- and 10. Oliver. LOB-Milwaukee 5, Houston I Latman .. .. i 52 2 1 2

today. Aaron, Bobby Nichols, Ken Ven- Colavito, Kansas City. 14. bell and a single by pinchhitterDon 2B-Alou 2. Roberts 2. HR-Aaron. SB 1 I R.W. Lee Smith, L,..1.3........ 1 1-322 1-3 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 1
.
"If we'll hold off turi Doug Sanders Rex Baxter Stolen bases-Aparicio Baltimore 28; -Aaron. Spangler. S-Brown Cloninger.IP !Duliba .... 131 0 0 0 0
Hanssen said the postpone- necessary, Davalillo Cleveland. .. Pepper. H R EROSSO Siebert .... .. < 1-3 7 3 3 2 7 .
on the tourney until fall when and Phil Rodgers will also Pitching 5 decisions-Ford. New York. Fort Lauderdale 14 hits xClonlnger, W '-5 I 2 2 2 3'I Abernathy W 22 1 2.J 2 0
got 0 1 2
ment was necessary due to the 71. .875; Bunker. Baltimore and Kralick, ySmith .... 0 0 1 1 1 0 : .
of Florida all the UF golfers will be on shoot at Detroit. Cleveland 6-1. .857. and capitalized on fur OrJ/ndo HoeD ..... ...... 1 1 0 0 1 0 McMahon HBP-By McMahon 1 00 0. J _1
fact University golf- Strikeouts Pena, Kansas City, 76; BrownL,1-4..7 7 5 4 1 0 (Rodgers) I
ers Laurie Hammer and hand for classes," Hanssen said. Field Ford. New -York nNATIONAL errors to down the league's last- Larsen .. ,.. .. 2 1 0 0 0 1.I T-2:27.Paparella A2,840.Charge Drummond. Umont DiMuro. ,
Rich-I
be Top LEAGUE x-Faced 2 men In fthj y-Faced 1man !
The tourney will played at place team 75.
ard Leckey are competing At New York, the field includes Batting 100 at bats Williams Chicago In 9th.
I the new Golf and Country Club .406; Mays San Francisco 357. Willie Mobley, Jim Palma and WP-Cloninger 2. U-Vargo. Jackowikl Filed
annual NCAA meet this weekendand former Crawford. T242. A- \
Open champion Runs-Mays San Francisco 44; Wlliams : ,057.
next week. course, rated as one of the three Middlecoff Chicago 36. Bill Murphy each had three hits I Night Game
Cary and
former Runs batted in-Mays, San Francisco. and Tom Carver slammed Cincinnati LOS ANGELES
"The entire idea of the Sun toughest in the state by the TOMMY BOLT PGA champions Doug Ford, Vic] 44; Boyer St. Louis. 42. a abrlbi abrlbi Against Skier
Florida State Golf Association. Vies for Spot Hits Williams, Chicago 73; Clemen- two-run homer for Fort Lauder- [ Harper If 4000 Wills ss 4010
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Club the CHUR Switzerland AP-The)
and golfers Open champions Ed
Country Furgol mania Pittsburgh, and Groat St. Louis. Jake Martinez collected four Johnsn lb 4l2lMoon rf 3000
opportunity to compete against and Lew Worsham and PGA 14. Cardenas ss 4 0 0 0 Fairly lb 1000 state prosecutor's office at Gri-
Triples' Santa Chicago and Calllson hits, including a triple, and sent Edwards c 3000T. D'vis If 4110
each other," Hanssen said. cheTpn Denny Shale play at Philadelphia. 5. Boros 3b 3020 PTc'r Ib-rf 2010 son filed a charge of homicideby
Home runs-Mays. San Francisco II; two runs home as Tampa beat Klaus 2b 3000 oebro c 3021
"Hammer is defending champIon Pittsburgh. PGA champion Williams Chicago. 15. Sarasota 72. Maloney p 2 0 0 0 Trace'skiib 1000 negligence Monday against
and should get an opportunity Chandler Harper is at Washing Stolen bases Wills Los Angeles, 12; Rose 1000 Covfax p 3100 German skier Willy Bogner Jr.
Harper Cincinnati 12. Harry Price got three hits for Henry p 0000
to defend his title. In Pitching 5 decisions Farrell, Houston Totals 32141 ratals fl262 in the avalanche deaths of
ton.The and the victors, including two doubles a-Grounded into double play for Maloney -
Marichal San Francisco -1. .8M. ski
129 survivors of the Olympic stars WallaceBud
addition. we want as many golfers sectional Strikeouts Koufax, Los in Itn.Cincinnati .
Angeles M drove in two
; more runs
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"'- 21 Drysdale Los Angeles. .. ( ) Werner and Barbi Hen-
UF to
from the as possible qualifying join exemptplayers and scored himself. 9O9 tit WO-I
Today's GamesBaltimore Las Angeles tot til ttx' -3E neberger last April 12.
take part in the event. including defender
NATIONAL LEAGUE McNally 4-3 at Chicago Plxarre George Hulett and Danny -Tracewskl. Gilliam. PO-A-Cincinnati
Hanssen said another date 4-2. night New York Downing 2-1. Julius Boros and big guns AFL GetsPellSion Greenfield each drove in three 24-12 Los Angeles 27... DP-Wills. Werner of Steamboat
,
W L Pet. C.B. Springs,
New York Downing 2-1 at Boston
night Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick. Tracewskl and Fairly. LOB Cincinnati
would be announced for the Wilson 4-2. night Los Angeles Newman runs as Daytona Beach trounced 4, Los Angeles a.2B Colo., and Miss Henneberger, of
which has been San Francisco 30 It ."2 3-2 at Cleveland Donovan 2-2 night Kansas laus. -Roseboro. HR-Johnson.
won
tourney Philadelphia 27 1* .587 1 City ODonoghue 2-3 end Pfister 0-1 Miami 7-4. Hulett hit his ninth IP H R ER BB SO Munich, were killed by an aval-
in past years by such stars as Pittsburgh 27 23 .540 3 at Washington Narvm 5-3 and Cheney Bill Bisdorf a Denver pro, homer of the season in the bot- I Maloney L. 3-7742234 anche near St. Moritz during the
Cincinnati 24 23.531 4 0-2 2. twi-night posted the best sectional Henry. 1 0 0001
St. Louis 26 25 J10 S Minnesota Stange 2-5 at Detroit McLaln qualifying tom of the fifth. Greenfield was W. 7.' 7441105U shooting of a documentary film
Milwaukee 24 25 .510 S 04 night round Monday, when he InsuranceNEW -Conlan, Venzon. Weyer Harvey.
four
Los Ar ele: 25 24 .490 for four. T-2:12. A-32. 3*. under Bogner's direction.
Hutcliiiisoii Chicago 23 24.48f t INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE shot 6T-6& -133, nine-under par
Houston 23 W .434 f Won Last Pd. Bhtf.
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New York 14 35 J14 15Yesterday's Toronto 2t II .417 (AP-A pensionand
Syracuse 24 17 ju 3 Denver. insurance plan
covering
Joins TeamSEATTLE Results Jacksonville 2t 20 .53 1
Milwaukee 5. Houston X Rochester 21 19 .523 4V* players, coaches and trainers in
Los Angeles 2, Cincinnati 1 Buffalo 24 23 .511 5
St. Louis at San Francisco rain Richmond 21 24 .447 I the American Football Leaguehas
(AP-Fred HutchInson Only games scheduled Columbus II 27 .400 10 Harris WinsSt. been put in motion, Commissioner BBA.The : .; I

manager of the Cincinnati Todays Came Atlanta Yesterdays Results 14 2f J2 13 Joe Foss announced

Reds, was given a checkup of a St. Louis Gibson 5-2 at San Francisco Toronto Atlanta 3
Herb :-1 night Buffalo 4. Jacksonville 3 Pete NetST. today.
cancerous growth in his chest Chicago Ellsworth 7-4 and Burdette VO Syracuse I, Columbus 2 World's Finest Bourbon since
Monday and headed for Los Angeles .. at New York Jackson 34 and Cisco Rochester & Richmond 3 Foss, after a meeting with 1795
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today to join his team. Milwaukee Fischer 5-3 end Sadowskl 94or Toronto at Atlanta PETERSBURG (AP) Ralph Wilson, Buffalo Bills'

Just before the examination, and Schneider Nottebart 0-1 0-7 at or Houston Owens 1.Farrell... 2. twi-t-1 Columbus Buffalo at at'Jacksonville Syracuse National boys champion Bill] owner and head of the league'sinsurance r

he said the outcome of the examination rightPInsUIgh Richmond et Rochester Harris of West Palm Beach has program, and Tom
Blast 2-2 and Gibbon 3-1 at P- .
would decide whetherhe Philadelphia Short M and Culp 1-4 2, FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE added to his laurels the l&-and- Addison, president of the AFL I ':--

could rejoin the Reds or had Cincinnati twHuigtit Maloney_ 34 at Los Angeles St. Petersburg W.33 L.1' Pet.433 G.t- under championship in the St. Association, said the group will] Remember ,

to stay in Seattle a while. Moelier 3-4. nightAMEltltAN Ft. Lauderdale 30 JO .MO 2 Petersburg Times-Florida Junior meet with league attorneys next

He said be felt about the sameas LEAGUEW.. l_ Pd. 6.B. Lakeland 0.ytgn Death 30 21 22..sT1 22 .560 3 4 Tennis Tournament. month to complete details. i

he did after receiving massive -Chicago 20 14 .474 Sarasota 25 25 .500 7 Harris 17 defeated The pension feature will cover
Bijtlmore 31 17 ..4444 Tampa 24 21 .462 Monday it )
radiation treatment for six /rVS! York 25 1* .56 'f* Miami 'If '33 4345 14 defending titlist John Gilbart of all players coaches and train- I ] Father's Day:
Cleveland 24 20 .565 4V*I Orlando, IS 3$ .300 17
weeks early this year in Swedish -Minnesota 21 23 J4f S I Yesterday's Results St. refersburg &%, 6-3, 62. Har- ers with five years time and

Hospital's Tumor Institute Detroit Boston 2525.500Th 20 20 .417 11 Tampa Fort Lauderdale 7. Sarasota 7. 2 Orlando S ris also is Florida men's cham- will be retroactive to 1960, the --

,Seattle. Washington 22 32 .407 12 Dayton Beach 7. MIami 4 league's first year. The pension, :

Dr. Orlis5 'WlIdermuth, headof Los Kansas Angeles City 20)7 33 32 .377.347 14 15 St.11 Petersburg inningi X Lakeland 1 pion.Wendy Overton 0 r m 0 n d which will be steadily increasedin \ June 21st .

the Tumor Institute said he Yesterdayl Rewtts Todays Games .
Cleveland .. Los Angeles 3Kansas Lakeland at St. Petersburg Beach, defeated Vickie Holmes, future years, presently assure ..

,considered:Fred's examination City S. Washington 4 Tampa at Sarasota .-. Melbourne, 6-0, 6-0, to win the the players $10 a month for .
a routine checkup. Only Detroit flames 10 Minnesota scheduled S -- Miami Fort Lauderdale at Dayton at Beads Orlando Ift-and-under girl's title. each year of service. .rWCTrajTUWiffiitaiisiT.iCTiWill MlItT1UIIT II! U L W.IISTWIC ta tli iir'7 t I .f :



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--1: I I J By ARTHUR DALEY disclaimer. "He was a real hitter, a-thumper. I'm still learn- I Action 1

@NtUttfnrkwinttsI ing. Me hit .400 Listen, I've yet to hit .300 in the big leagues. PUrf.At:1l0lw. CHlP&. ,

f- I NEW YORK The baseball world was bubbling with excitement Two years ago I reached .298 but there's such a big difference @ "' '
1P6&H01"6 FROM
for week Willie between .298 and .300, a far greater difference than a coupleof -rt > ..,,"
i after week this spring as Mays, 15 FEET OPP TUB "RGr.J :) In BusinessSeveral
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.4. the flamboyant glamcr boy, continued to maintain his batting points. 6J..IOUt.t' Bff Pl"Ave" .A&.MOSp1I4APU(1' ..

average over the .400 mark. Learned theses were written by Everyone in baseball Is completely convinced that the Cub \jt\

I ( the experts on .400 hitters and Willie was so besieged by interviewers outfielder has finally arrived as one of the superior batsmen. AG1'ION-14UI1 I I' 11M&PRPoRMc' fine pitching duels Durden, Wester and Davis Hall
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.. that he hardly had time to take a deep breath. Could This is his fourth year in the majors and he now has the solid MA1NlYWI1H marked Business League actionat and Hartwell, Thomas. l-

he stay up there or couldn't he? Willie tried to laugh it off. experience to go with his newly found confidence. A1EL-1UA-n4g : 161"NP 1. City'Park last night as cross- Sunnyland 000 02 2 4

r f "I'm a streak hitter," he protested in his shrill voice. "When I got off to bad starts in other seasons," he said with \. I REAKEi' UNPRIlG'H1 over games continue betweenthe Penn Chem 570'Ox--12 5

. _4 I t "Right now I'm hot. Soon I'll get cold." crisp assurance, "I found myself pressing. But now I go to \_ 6WlNGI" ,ON-1INf1.G -n-I L.E.4PG.AGK. two divisions. Morgan and Watson; Perry, (

The chill descended on his batting average just as he. pre bat relaxed because I started this year so well. I've been get POW4WN&. Gainesville Ctis won from Post Whitley and Weisner.

dicted. The 'mazing Mays saw his statistics shrink in the ting at least one hit a day-lemme see, I've had perhaps six Office 6-3, Howard's TV edged Howard's TV 001 102 04 4 }i

cold. As of yesterday morning he was donw to .357, still hand- or seven hitless games-and the longest I went without a hit Utility Department 4-2 and Fulps Utility Dept. 101 000 0-2 6 ,

some but short of sensational. was when I went 0 for 15. Then I broke out of it with three Radiator squeezed by Road Blanton and Bloodworth; Rooks

I' But while everyone was watching the Giant star, a much hits against Houston, including a grand slam homer." Piison 4-3 in highlight games. and Melton. I

more unobtrusive batsman began to catch fire. He is Billy Williams The Cubs found Billy in the thriving metropolis of Whistler, In the other contests Penn Road Prison 200 001 0-3 6 2

r V of the Chicago Cubs, now in town for a joust with the Ala., a suburb of Mobile and his earliest idol was one of theneighbor's Chem downed Sunnyland Pack. Fulps 000 101 2-494 '

,. 1 Mets, and he Is the hottest hitter in the sport. His batting average children, Henry Aaron. Ivy Griffin, the scout, sign- I ing 12-2 and CWA beat General Goodlet and
ed him for bus fare to his first Edwards; Black-
' is ..406.There's assignment in Ponca City. Electric 11-6. welder and De Carlos. /
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about that number. It's the one
sometoing magical Scott Hot CWA 401 210 3-1110 6
I t Ted Williams reached in 1941 when he produced the last Also A Cigar"He 0wglf,1 Scott had a homer, double and GE 2010300-610b

{! .400 plus average the major leagues have had. Ted is three single for the Gasmen who start Wilson and Higginbotham Sza- ]

.. inches taller than Billy's 6-1 and 50 pounds heavier than Bil also gave my old man a cigar," said Billy with a sly MU1"' &oi''o ed with three runs in the first fran and Haynie, Nero. ; )1!

ly's 170. But they have the same rippling, graceful lefthand- grin. That was in 1956, when the boy was 18 years old. ROL1A141'ANr' inning. Hardy had a pair of hits Ii

p ed swing and the same quick wrist action. Each can drive a "If I'm a hitter," said Billy modestly, "I owe it all to Rog- op3 IMPAC1": for losing Post Office. ATTHEGAS II

.1 1 ball far. Each is a student of the hitting art although Billy is ers Hornsby. He worked with me when I was in Houston in AMP; CHOKB: POWN CWJ' AGI4 Howard's made good use of I I f

i ,. nowhere near as advanced as Ted, a post-graduate master. 1960. He made me choke up my grip on the bat, straighten out ON U'iJIf.JG.ntG-TM& GKIRFIRST dtiIHAI' OS::"Ooia only four hits, one a double, in WELL

I I. of my crouch and, what was most important, wait on the WILo ALoWVI UPt'MU&-r f-WJ"e6 its win. Two runs in the sixth II

Not in Ted's Classi pitch. I can hold back on my swing until the last split second. .n4 9At..IfO. HI1" 6QUAT. 1O did the trick. Losing Utility
5 F 'rctJiorJ.4ROL4.go
I "Please don't put me in Ted's class," said Billy in swift They tell me that that's what made Ted Williams so great. (;,R NJ:11i N .fc !u'afHR : Dept. had six hits. J

"Hornsby seemed to like me and his interest continued even NINCiI F1N150.. FuIps rallied in the last inn.I

when he was with the Mets. If he was scouting us and was ViANG.tfr ing for two runs on three hits

in the stands when I struck out. I'd look toward him. He'd pointa to win its game. McCrackin and TOUGHTIRE

.hi L : Finley Now finger" at his eye. I'd get the message: Keep your eye on the ev .....-..-.. Richie had two hits each for the:.I !

> ball. victors. Baresh and Edwards
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I It was the Rajah, blunt and outspoken, who hurried Billy to- had a pair for losing Road Pris i

fI' ward the big team. Late in the 1960 season Hornsby strode on.
If' Buys Catfish into the Cub front office. FEDERALIN Fin Hits I

"Get that kid, Williams, to Chicago as rapidly as possible," Penn Chem got only five hits !

\ he growled. "No one on the Cubs can swing a bat as good as in its 12-run barrage but scoredall

1 he does and it's silly to keep him in the minors any longer." its markers in the first two

: ::' For $75,000 His advice was followed. LOOP LEADFirst and innings.double.K. Joyce Losing had Sunnyland a single


,\ 'I Bad in got only four hits, including a! SMALL
: By MIKE RATHET Johnny Lee (Blue Moon) Odum, SpringBilly Federal battled from topped Plumbers Union 11-5 in triple by Watson and a double, for

Associated Press Sports Writer a 19-year-old from Macon, Ga. by Sullivan. I
Charles Finley has bought a was bad in spring training but still started the 1961 behind for a 14-10 win yesterday -a estern clash and Florida Pest Carr had two hits for CWA TRUCKS
One Of Nine season. Elvin then the head coach under the rotating I
Tappe,
Citizens Bank in Control i
I Catfish for $75,000. over a won from Life Underwriters and Monahan, MacDonald and
i Hunter was one of nine hope- coach system, finally benched him. When it was Charlie Metro's -
But then last week he paid the Dixie League game that gave 6-5 in a Rebel Brunelle matched that for GE.!!
fuls turn to he restored to the but had game.
t signed by major league manage Billy line-up
lead.
;. the winners the loop Four in the first CWA i
Blue Moon.
for runs
same amount a clubs Monday as the tempo be- to bench him also. Back came Tappe for another shot and he Citizens Bank built an 8-4 got
of the Kansas In other Midget League action started the road to !
No, the owner gan to build toward the usual put Billy in the game on June 15, the boy's 23rd birthday. Billy lead on First Federal in the on victory.Tonight's
Lions
City Athletics isn't about to series of $100,000 signings that hit a grand slam home run and has been a regular ever University City opening two innings. But the Games I
downed D.O.W. 5-1 in
spring some more gimmicks on Baptist City League tonight
\ games
J follow college graduations In since. winners, who scored in each of
the American League, he's a American game, Carlos will send Schlitz against Guy;
Don Biebel his the
June. was first manager at Ponco City and was first five frames, got five I
in baseball's Hope Electric and Lions fought Cleveland at 7:30 while
merely indulging Budweiser -I:
Hunter 6-foot-l driven to despair by Williams' butchery in the field. Billy fell runs in the third to
a 190-pound ahead
battle of the dollar for the natiori's to a 13-13 tie in a National en go and Gainesville Wings meet I
.fl' right-hander, pitched five shut down on trying to catch the first fly ball ever hit toward him National Bank'for keeps. Means and Wake- I IG'ville
top young prospects. I in professional ball. He slashed his wrist so severely that he conuter, First at 9.
outs in the past two seasons J man each had three hits for ,1
James (Catfish) Hunter, an with the Perguimans County still bears a scar as a memento. But he has improved stead. First Federal, Gas 301 000 2-6 t Starting As Low At

"i t 18-year-old pitcher fro m Hertford -High School team. In one 12- ily and is now deemed a more than adequate fielder. I homer by Means.including Hendersonand a Post Office 200 000 1-3 I i

N.C., was Finley's latest However, it's his bat which will bring him fame. Per- 95
inning this he Roberts .
game spring DBRCI---- PAfttlF hnri__ fhrea....'.... tt,.
t addition to his growing list of struck out 29 batters. He has an haps a .400 average is beyond his reach but a batting championship I Pest Central iid'rw'trs abrh each for- --Citizens--- u Bank. uu;) $15
abrh
bonus babies. Last week, the over-all record of 26-2. definitely is not. He is a young man worth watching. Andrews 433 Hendery 4 1 0 Will Help
t A's signed another pitcher for Scruggs 3 2 1 Rogers 4 0 1 Dunkle Leads 600x16,
At the same time, the Cleve- Monroe 301 Barwlck 3 0 1 Plus fez and
bonus in the rcgpp.br. H
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a $75,000 area,
Leland 100J. Long 311 Robert
I land Indians paid a reported Lewis 402 Casey 3 0 1 Dunkle led University British Team
$60,000 for infielder Ralph Mi- Teim Sarrett 300 Hunt 311 City Lions with a double,
( : Legion Yates' 300 Duncan 1 0 0 I BUDGET TERMS
., chael Gagliano of Memphis, 17- Condo 3D OWeems 1 1 0 two; singles, a sacrifice and
BECKENHAM '
HONDA Roper 300 Franklin 1 0 0 two; batted England (AP) HI-MILER
year-old brother of Phil Gagli Dampier 100 Harrell 2 1 0 runs in. It was his .-Angela Mortimer, one of THE
ano, an infielder with the St. Hern IloPoole 200 first game of the season. Eng.1
J I ands!
Davis 100 top tennis players
.1..1.t,t Louis Cardinals. The Indians Loses TwiceGainesville's R.Weems Long 300 100 Carlos Hope and Lions willi few years ago, has come out ofl,i R-C

said the younger Gagliano hadbeen Duncan 1 0 0 playoff their tie game on Fri- I retirement to help Britain in its'!
Totals fl07 Totals 3455 FOR RANCH AND
sought by 17 major league
day. Lions \
led
12-7
into
going Wightman Cup battle with the
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clubs. I! American Legion -at DeLand. Next home contest :Jfo Underwriters 004 00]-i the last inning but Carlos Hope 1 United States. j

The Minnesota Twins signed team dropped a doubleheader will be with Ocala on Friday, scored six times for a 13-12 Miss Mortimer, who retired I Auto tire price

Eddie Hill, a right-handed pitcher I to an Albany nine last June 19. Plmb'er Un.WESTERN ab r .h 1st LEAGUE National ab r 1\ lead. Lions then tied with one :18[ months ego, had a very satisfactory ",

\ "You Meet from Bristol, Tenn., and I night at Harris Field, losing by Warnick c 210 Kultert port 33V'nw'k'e 1 in their turn at bat. Bishop had i warm-up in a doubles i JJ' Truck tire
FIRST GAME p-lb 400 Jones ss 1 2 1 ;I
The NicestPeople On A Mickey Haien, a shortstop scores of 11-8 and 6-3. Albany Gamtivilltab Scrafford ss 410 Benton ss 1 0 1 three hits for Lions and Rick I match in the Beckenham Tournament -i' performance
l' from Twin Minn. h S. Pres. 3b-if 222 Clayton 20 1 2 1
Valley, They r 'b r hDogget
HONDA" I The Albany club cf 220 Hipp 2b 5 1 0 Sum'i-n 1b 2 0 0 O. Ayers 2b 1 0 0 matched that for Carlos Hope.I Monday, then announced -1 |X 3-T Nylon cord I
were in the $10I000-$20,000 was runner Pearlman If 231 Simmons p 301 J. Pres. if 01 0 S. Pear. p-3b 1 10 Crosby homered she would the,'
for the last Roberts p-3b 3 0 0 D. Pear. c 20 0 in the second replace
r' up Georgia crown Bradley 2t> 311 Gibson M 321 fX Fay as you haul
I range. Martin rf 401 Roberts 3 b 412 Payne et 0 DOS. Ayers If 2 0 0 inning and the third inning with injured Christine Truman on1Britain's I
4 Stroke OHV The New York Mets got the year _and won_the state title in Evans 3b 400 Guenther c 312 Cullle 2b 200 McKln'ly If 0 1 0 .
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most bOth 1961 and 1962. Mann Ib 210 Culpepper If 100 Newc;' e rf Z' 1 conner-.._ 3b 20 0 one man on each_n time.__n__ Wightman! Cup_ team!
for the least We've It
possibly Costar c 301 Pauelka rf 300 >'mmunl n u' u in tne matcnes got
Given modest Halre ss 321 Eckdahl Ib 413 Tom'sn 1b 20 0 First National Bank jumpedoff starting Friday
i; I 4 Speed Trans. outlays were Next game for the Gainesville Mathis p 000 Deas cf 311 Hill, 1b 010' to In your size
t Gary Haverly a shortstop who Green p 421 Hamilton If 310 Hall cf 00 0 an early lead against
team is on Tuesday, June 16, Combs p 000 Anderson cf 10 0 I Plumbers Union Southeastern
Hand Operated Clutch. Rom graduated Pittsburgh State, Totals 2711 i Totals 32 110 Total 21 S J Totals 17 11 4 getting six

Injection Carburet. Racing Kan.; second baseman Dave Albany 102 404 e-11 Plumbers Un. 000 041- runs in the first two frames. GOOD/VEAU
Type High Compression Head. /Miller, out of Wake Forest; infielder Calnesvlllt 25t 010 0- 1 1st National 330 Hx-1 Preston had two hits for the 6-3 WinnerHIGH
Arnetl Hurls SECOND GAME losers. TIRE CENTER
Francis Raley, from Albany Gainesville AMERICAN LEAGUE
MiI.sII Baltimore Junior College and abrh. abrh U. C. Lions ab r .h Bpt. D.Q.W. ab r II
; Over 200 h, L Bradley ss 321 Hipp 2b 400 Bla'sg'me 3b. 21CM. Hogan 2b 210 Three Hits SPRINGS Southeastern -
two pitchers Ron University !- P'rlm'n Ellis Pecic 3 b 30 1 GASWELL
Taylor, Local Nine If 32 Simmons 3b 310 2b 200 Transformer scored a 6-3
Martin cf 401 Gibson p-ss 210 I Brill cf 3 0 0 La Moyne ss 3 0 D. Pest Control was led by T.
of Houston
and James
\ Barfield c 401 Roberts ss 301 Deas ss 402 Murphy If 30 0 win over Fort White last nightin
Pricts Start At $259.00 Bethke, Kansas City. Toole 3b 401 Guenther c 211 Thomas 1b 301 Feather Ib 20 :! Andrews who had three hits and
Rear 2b 301 Eckdahl Ib 301 Ben'g'cn'a, p 2 2 0 Hummel I cf 10 drove in'three Each High Springs League softball
NO MONEY DOWN To VictoryVariety Cleveland rf 310 Culpepper cf 3 0 2 Adk'sn rf 2 0 0 C. Hogan rf 1 0 0 runs. team contest. I
Watson Ib 400 Pauelka rt2 0 0 Dunkle c 4 13M. Hogan C 100 scored four runs in the third
Bowling Meet Mathis p 210 Hamilton If 200 Hipp If 301 Ramirez p 00 0 Danny Aubel and Larry Her- 114 N.W. 13th St.
i RlchVsn 20 0 inning.
Low Deas If 100 Dresdner If 010 p
Monthly PaymentsUp Store notched an 8-4 Totals M t t Totals 21 3 S Totals 15 S 1 Freeland rf 1 00 ring each had two hits for winning Phone 372-1489

.\- To 24 Months To Pay Set Tomorrow win over Cedar Key in a Cen- Gaintsvlllo Albany Jifl 002 1.-4 Baptist O.OW. K.Kitchens Hogan cOO p 200 0 Today's games: Transformers. Ken Dubose I
zoo 100 0-j totals 21 1 2 Natioinal Moose vs. Ches- led the losers with three hits.I

I 1 McGRIFF tral Florida League baseball Phils And A's U. C. Lions 121 '11-. nut's at Kirby Smith; American Two games are on tap tonight..' INSTANT CREDIT
1 1 There will be an organizational game at Harris Field Sunday. B'ptist DO.W. 001 COO- ;
Hughes Supply vs. Gainesville North Florida Telephone Co..
To Holders of National
meeting at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow -Victor Arnett bested Paul Me
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.t TRADING MART I Take DIXIE LEAGUE Building Trades, Finley; meets Spurs at 8 and Carlton/ Credit Cards
for the summer Junior-Sen Arthur in the pitching depart. Lopsided st Fed. ab r h Citu'ns Bnk. ab r II
I McCullum ss 4 1 1 Young 2b 310 Western, Sudden Service Oil faces Rebels at 9:15. I
ior bowling league at Palm ment. S. Orton 3b 5 2 Henders'n 3b 333 Fire --
'i vs. Department Little
Lanes. This will be the Verg'sn cf-P 4 1 1 R. Robts p-ss 433 ,
for Seminole
130 N. Court St. loop Leading Variety Store hitters WinsIn Newberry p-cf 3 2 0 Cros. ...1I>-p 310 wood; Dixie, Johnson & Faris
13-18 age group. Shepard If 320 Berry Ib-p 300
1 Srarke, Fla. were Richard Melton and Jack W'kem'n' Ib 3 4 3 Green c 400 vs. North Central Baptist,
There also is
a meeting set for Seminole action in the Means p-c 3 2 3T. Rbfs 1Mb 2 1 0 Foster Rebel Gainesville
1:30 next June Kenworthy. Melton had three Jaycee S. SabTIa 2b 2 0 1 Cobb rf 211 ; ,
Monday Buddy Baseball
PHONE p.m. ,
9641021J Leagueat B. Orton rf 100 Foster cf 100 Shopping Center vs. Kirkpat-
115, for the Bantam loop, ages blows and Kenworthy a pair. the Boys' Club yesterday the J. Sa'f rf 000J. THE SAFEST ROTARYIN
Sa'bfla rf 000 rick & Pierson Metcalfe.
Bert Wilder had three hits and ,
6 through sixth grade. Phils defeated the Giants 8-0 Totals 11 14 II Totals 21 II 7
Buck Benton two for Cedar pikup6pt. THE WORLDMDFDMDWR'
Key. .
and the Athletics ;
-i-I -:I walloped theDodgers First Federal 225 210-14
I Citizen's Bank 350 002-1. I
; In other games played Yan- 184. Richard Addi-
LIMITED keetown dumped Newberry 13-1 son slammed a home run for the NATIONAL LEAGUE See this man
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Clinton Thompson banged a Bray IS 310 Latsko p 412 you
land 14-8. Janes 2b 512 Esser Ib 411 /iI1Ii:1Ji/ TRANSMISSIONPROPELLED
; Unit double for the losing Giants. Bishop cf S13RIcKSs 433 insure
Ralph Heath was the winnerfor Mike Seaton collected a home Flosom p 422 Crosby 3b 332 your
Bennett 3b 2 0 2C. Smith 2b 313 p ROTARY
Yankeetown and Norm Koff run for the winning Athletics.i Hale rf 412 Deaux cf 301 car home

Installed $265 Plus I was the loser. Billy Waught Seaton also added a double, Jones Register Ib c 432 411 Myers Kessler c rf 410 421' or

Tax and W. Lowery each had three Milo Helton a double and Ran. B. Smith Ib 3 3 2 Abbott If 2 1 0Donatdsn --
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rf COOK. John cf 000
hits for Yankeetown. Melvin dy Hodges a double and single W. Smith If O. 0 O. Jones rf 000 iilil
2 -and Demy 00 CD. Smith rf 000
M
up Smith and Ronnie Roland had a 'to lead the Athletics assault. HUlls ss 000 Krltzm'n W 000

I hit each for Newberry. Giants 0000-0 Tussen'gr H ISO

Phils 0413-8 Totals 34 11 U Totals 30 11 12 Here's how Mote-Mower's

Jim Bradford got the win and Clinton Thompson and Vic Carlos Hop 041 124-U new Saf ty.Guard Blade
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dy Weaver had four hits and Addison. 1--- I -4 to the ground

I Alton Geiger three for Willis- Athletics 0477-18
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", Late MorningN.Y. Tuscaloosa Million

l't BUSINESS MARKET

REPORT ListingAllis Set

a : 'j REVIEW V' 18% Int Nick 75% Negroes in c5

Alcoa 72% Int Pap 31 SRD
AmAli43 Jones&L 76
; AmBdPar 35% Kais Al 37% TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) alleys and (AP) Tht
AmCan 41?& Ken'cott 81AmMot Negroes and police battled with There were
Would Free U. S. Gold From Dollar Cabinet cleared the
way
13% Loch'd 33% clubs, rocks and bottles today broken heads ,
AT&T 135% Lorillard 43% after officers refused to allow for the State Road De

AmTob 32% Mag'vox 30 racial demonstrations.The Police to construct its own

Bank IMF Ampx Cp 14% MM&M 58% violence after 35 of the Negroes five-story building
I Make Central World of came police -
Anaconda 40% Mohasco 13V4
l twice repulsed efforts by T. Y. Rogers, of the capitol center
Armour 48% Mons'to 74% end of the
the Negroes to march on the of the year.
ACL 71% Mont Wd 35%
'-I cies to of I Eliminate the gold reserve requirement -' The Federal Reserve has the downtown area. tion
) 5Teui $crk climra I a group anonymous Babcock 27% Nat Dair 79% Cabinet authorized issu-
By M. J. ROSSANT :i international civil servants. As on Federal Reserve power to suspend the require- Beth Stl 35 Nat Dist 25% The officers herded the dem- The violence revenue bonds to buy
NEW YORK Marriner Ec- :Eccles puts it, "countries are :notes and deposits.This ment in an emergency. But Ec Boeing 48% N.Am Av 46 4.onstrators back into the First two weeks of and construct
des, the former chairman of ]l like individuals; they recognizeand is not a new proposal. It cles argues that "A reserve Borden 71% Penney 51% African Baptist Church. Then protesting Bids will be called
what to be :has been made by respectable which is not available when rocks, bottles and chairs started
the Federal Reserve Board who I fight for appears required Brnswk 9V4 Pa RR 28% September.
has always taken delight in 1 1f t their self interest without too :members of the banking frater- except by emergency CaterTr 61% Pep Cola 52% flying from the church. building was ]%nned in
plunging ahead where others J much regard for the effect of :nity, by the Commission on action or legislation, is not an Celanese 65% Phil Mor 80 Police officers .started throw- house growing elec-
have feared to tread, is still at :their action on others." Money and Credit, by the effective reserve." Chrysler 45% Phill Pet 48% ing some of the missiles backat computers and other-

it. He wants to free the United Yet the nations which have Brookings Institution's study on This same argument has been CocaCola 124% RCA 30% the church. Then hose they broughtout and of the State Road De

States gold stock and relieve ]l laboriously constructed the existing -the balance of payments.In made by other critics, who have Com Ed 48% Rep Stl 43% quiet a the water situation. to try Falls, .

Washington of its responsibilities -j i international monetary fact, the Kennedy administration -pointed out that the requirementserves Con Edis 86 Revlon 33% I When this failed officers pelt- I I State Road Department
I as the world's banker.He sturcture have' been inching to- favored repeal of the re no useful purpose. In- Cont Can 50 Rey Tob 43% ed the church with tear leave its present quar
advocates reconstitutingthe wards the goal sought by Ec quirement. But it was unable to deed, some have noted that it Dow Che 69 St Reg P 30% bombs. gas i Sliopp] the Holland Buildinq and

International Mo n etary I cles. They can legitimately gain support in Congress. So could trigger a run on gold by duPont 25%O Seaboard 47% Negroes came streaming out ihe entire five floors
FundJnto"a'world central bank I question whether a giant step it dropped the plan because I foreign central bankers if and EAL 30% Sears 109% and spread in all directions. Policemen --A ( ) new building.
I with power to adjust imbalances that he urges would work. it feared that a defeat would. when the free gold stocks declined I E.-Kodak 131 Sinclair 46 gave hot pursuit and downtown four-story is part of a gen
between surplus and deficit nations only increase foreign demandfor near the level requiringa Firestone 38% Socony 77% started dragging them out ofManufacturer plan.
t' and to provide additional Eccles seems to share these gold. suspension of the require- Fla Pw 46% SouthnC 59% lapsed shortly new building would have

liquidity whenever it may be.doubts. He has not worked out a Under the law, Federal Re-' ment. Fla P&L 73% SperryR 16% day number, trapping of for bid letting,

I needed. As a first step, he would/! 'definitive plan, confessing that serve credit must have a 25 per; The curbing of demand Ford 51% StBrand 78 inside. the use of court-
t remove the gold backing for "for every solution a new prob--cent gold backing. This has the' foreign Frmst Da 11% StO NJ 84% and other large rooms
4 for gold stems, in part Frept Sul 34% Studebak 7% Moves Plant There was of its
quarters.
the. dollar. lem seems to be created. effect of freezing over $12 billion -
There is nothing modest about But if the idea of transformingthe of the gold stock to back from extensive arrangementsmade Frueh 'F28% Swift ,"% To Sarasota port"It's of the Cabinet action, $2.5
these )rop,Sals. Eccles himself IMF into a world bank is up the nation's credit, leaving by the Treasury. It has Gen Dyn 26% Texaco 76% a in revenue bonds would
admits that most countries will premature and impractical, slightly more than $3 billion in trapped the IMF for foreign cur- Gen El 79% Thiokol 14% Parkersburg immediately for ac
j ency that can be used instead of Gen Fds TALLAHASSEE (AP) The dling
82 the
: % U Carbid 122% building site. Later
resist there is to be said free gold to meet
giving up sovereignty over something foreign com- The outside
gold. It has negotiated a seriesof Florida Development Commis- ,
Gen Mills 39Vs Unit Airc 44% would be issued for
their and fiscal I for Eccles' recommendation to mitments.Readers' .
: monetary poli '
: bilateral currency arrangements Gen Mtrs 84% Un Fruit 21% sion said Monday that the Porta- was being .
I that also have the effectof Goodrich 50 US Steel 54 Power Co. Inc., a manufacturerof collapse / action, the Cabinet
safeguarding the gold stock. Goodyr 40 Univ Mat 11% portable power units with annual were on Dr. Thomas Felton Har
RequestThe I And it participates in the gold Greyhnd 54% WestgEl 30% sales of almost $1 million, the structure.news president of Pensacola
pool run by the Bank of Eng- Gulf Oil 56 Winn Dix 35% has relocated its plant and executive Cellege. Dr. Harrison 46,
I land in London's free market. Hon'well 123% Woolwth 81% offices in Sarasota.The presiednt.
following market quotations These devices have kept the Int Harv 72% Commission said Porta- page : Cabinet authorized Flor.
f arc requested specifically by readers II gold stock relatively stable, end- Power will increase its staff Wednesday College to con-
tions ol The are Sun furnished financial by p lge. The quotaSTOCT? LISTINGS ing the persistent gold drain Florida's Share from 14 to 30 for peak production. Colorado has course in teacher educa

4 II that amounted to almost $7.5 billion peaks two a tcmoorarv. basis..
Pierce.Wulbem,Murphey -- -------
over the past five years. In SE Jobs
t NEW YORK STOCK Polaroid _._ .20 129% The pressure is also easing I
t EXCHANGEAbbott PubSvEG.-- 36% because of growing confidencein Florida's share in a South- COMSAT
Lab 2.40 38% Pure Oil ___. 1.60 49Rayonier the dollar. eastern work force expansion
TODAY'S DOW JONES
Allied Chem 1.80 53 _"_ 1.20 3H between April, 1963, and April
Amerada Pt 2.00 80V4 Rexall __ .SOb 438 800.31 I Indust. I Up .54 If the dollar continues to this year was 59,000 cut of about
t Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41 Reyn Metl .SOb 36 201.83 I Rails I off .42 show improvement, the Johnson 200,000, the U. S. Department of For Designs
Amer Enka -. 1.40a 56% Rich Merr --- 1.00 40% administration may be in a position -Labor said this week.
Amer Hone _.._ 1.44a 66% R C Cola ___ 1.20 6H 140.33 I Utll I up .18 to act on Eccles' sugges- The rise in non farm work- -,

Amer M Fdy .90 19% Roy Dutch __ 1.00 4H8 284.41 I Stocks | up .02 tion. For the link with gold can ers established new employment WASHINGTON The Communications I tracts for the
Armco Stl 3.00 69 Searle GD .90 60! be broken only when the dollar records in the eight states of ( Technology Labora-
4,010,00 I Volume I 1,790,000Matthews Satellite Corpora i satellites to with Federal Laborator- II
I Atch Topka 1.20a 30% Singer -. 2.00 87th itself is considered as good as the Southeast. Florida's share tion Monday announced plans International

:t. Baxter Lab .36 22% Smith- KIn. .-.-- -. 1.20a- -- -59-%-. gold. was the largest. to award its first major con-II lobal T_ _._.__ lf. >prlnh. rn. !iC!Telephone n"i."i.i0. ..... .
.-. in E i -1" ""'" "' t" .jI"'
Beckman In 49% SOu Cal td l.ro JZVSt.
r L Beech LF S _. 1.10 461,2 Oil Cal __ 2.00 61% Anodyne -- - 411P8 Federal I : For a medium-
Bristol My .._ .80 63 St Oil Ind _.._ 2.00b 76 Citizens Bank ___ 34 = mission, the I system in which 12
Brown Shoe __ 3.40 90 Sterl Drug _.._._ .70 273's Comsat Corp 20 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH 200 million I would be placed into
__ 9% Texas Util ._. 1.28 55% plans to erbit" so they
Brunswick ------ -
Coon Lt. & Pow 37v.
Textron 1.60 431,2 icering design maintain the same pos-
-Cambell S 2.40 3n -- -
--- Cowles Mag & Pb 1114\ tive La each other.
three
of
I types
Tidewater 23
Carter Pdt _-. 1.00a 18 -
CaseJI..._- 15 Trans W A __ 39% Dunn & Bradst ...-_ 59 I IQs. of School Dropouts satellites. On Aircraft Company:

Cessna Air _..._ 1.00 23! Union Pac 1.80 443/4 Firs \Vest. Fin'c'l ..-..- 14 i design studies improved version of a

Ches Ohio __...-. 4.00 75 4Coas Und Air L ..__ 1.50b 5M Florida Gas _.___._ 11% make on the satellite that
_.__.._.._ 1.00 50* \ : be used in
S Gas _..._ 301,2 Upjohn Fla Nat'l Bank 6-1th iiti$6 at a 22SCO-mile-high al-
CBS ..... _-- 1.80b 43;. Jim Walter .__ 29 By Sylvia Porter system that "and jrgrans over the .
Comb Eng -- 1.20 25% War Lamb .-...__- .80 281,2 Fla Tele ___ 261,2 ation in spot on earth.
.80 201,2 Worthintn -- 1.50 38V8 Forrest Labs _'_ 22 At this of the ,
Cone Mills - peak high school O. Roy Warner of the U. S. These statistics dramatize how The three
.. .__ .40 22% Xerox ___ 1091h Founders Life 812 as far as the
Cont Air dropout season, let me submit Office of Education, signals woefully inadequate is today's to: ,
Conti Ins _.._.._ 2.20 54* Zenith .--- .._ 1.20a 64 Franklin Life ._- -----_ 551,2 ome hitherto undisclosed statistics what is to happen in 1964 alone attack on the dropout problem, -American prospects are concerned of the ,sat all

Contrl Data .--- 96 Greatamerican ---- .. 61 about who is droppingout and indicates what sort of teen- how much more we must do. companies
Corn Pdts .. 1.50 61 AMERICAN STOCK this which I egraph Co. proposed to
r year suspectwill ager is quitting. We must drastically revise our
Grolier ._._ ._._ 371/4 ation of satellites that generally
'. Delta Det Steel Air -. 1.60.60 14 75th* EXCHANGEAerojetGen Gulf Life --- 53% stunned stun you as they have just Consider the startling implications school curricula to make the education -:design of a a )longer lifetime and
------ me.
-- of these versatile and
statistics on the more com capacity than
original-
Emerson' El 1.00 4312 __ 301,2 Herff Jones -- 13th 'altitude
A full who will brainpower and potential of the pelling. We must provide far' by the
Fair Camera _.._ .50g 22Finan'l An lex Corp _- ------...-,-,__ 25* Home Ins .. -_.. 62% 82,500 drop out dropout. The widespread impression more post-school training for 18 corpora-
of high school in 1964 alone programs random orbits
._ 61%
Fed Aqua Chem ----- 15.1 Jax Minit Mkts _ 6;. have the scholastic ability to that the dropout is a for the millions of stu- corporation had
1.97f 35 V"Fla propos
Fst Chartr ----- Plastics .. 334
E Cst _- 13 Aurora -_--- Kennasaw Life -_- 11th complete a college program ando dullard with a below normalIQ dents capable of becoming skilled Area satellite system with an

Food Fair ... .90 23 Barnes Engineer 201,2 Life of Fla .___-, 51/4 make a significant contribution [ is not true. On the contrary, technicians. We must develop capacity of 240 two-way \
--- 8
Butler Shoe ------ 61 special courses for the low IQ
percent-or 4,575,000 of thisdecade's
channels
On
to and and satel-
our society. a
FMC Corp .- -----. 1.00 55 4 1 H4 Lowles Company 19 4MiIgo economy
Chromaloy -- to make them of
---- These represent a tremendousloss dropouts have the groups capable lifetime of three
43%
Frito Lay ---- Cinerama 6 Electron 10%
------ to holding jobs. We must upgradethe
-- ability The
.83 321,2 to our nation. complete tough voca Fourteen A.T. & T.-R.C.A.
Gen Tele ----- Sci .. 171,2
Computer --- Mort Ins 26* and
Guaranty calibre of
--- -- tional-technical dignity vocational -
programs and dents have calls for design of
Ga Padf __ _. 1.00b 61 Cutter Labs A 16% Another 375,000 who will leave I a
---- -- -
Pacific SW Air 43% college! eduaction across-the- ,dean's list at capable of handling 530
2H. this without I
Getty Oil ._- .lOg : Data Control 38% year getting a diploma -
Grace Co _._- 1.Clb 55 Fulton Inds 91/8 Schlitz Brew --. 48 have the potential to complete The waste of human resour- board as rapidly as possible. We versity for I telephone circuits or
Secur Life & Tr 57 must vastly improve our guid- From broadcasts.
.80 19 difficult school and talent-in when
Hrl Curtiz: -- __ 4 post-high ces an era
IBM .5.00 +jl ,Gen Develop 6 Southern Nitro. ____ 18 vocational programs and to)I the economy is demanding in- ance services. We must make a Margaret two companies said they

tnt Mi:1 C __ 1.80a 69-ti:: Mead Mackey Johnson Airlines ---- 19 Traveler Ins -0 ...._._ 44 ill our urgent need for trained creasing education and when a searching examination of our ghan, Barbara they could design a
Tnt Tec! 1.00 51% technicians. These represent an I shortage of skilled manpower own attitudes toward types of ier F. with a ten-year life-
---- --- ,Pac NW Tele 22 MUTUAL FUNDS
education, insist not just on a far
longer than
Deck Jo Etta the most
,
Kellogg .. _--..-- .80a 43 Elec __ 39 enormous loss too. could undermine our future
Lehnian CP _.. 1.3tc 292 Philips Carriers l1 Affiliated Fund __ 8.69 An additional 150,000 who will I growth-is devastating. reappraisal of our education sys- ka Lupkiewicz hopes of COMSAT
Redwing
but also
tem on follow-up corrective -
Litton' In .-_--- 1.98f 59 Ric Group _, 'H. Capital Life & Gr. 9.81 drop out have enough intelli.I Warner evaluated 21,497 drop- action.As Sormick, officials. Because
Lone S CM 1.00 21 4 Sperry R. Wts. __ 7%I Divers Growth ___ 9.52 gence to complete I outs tested in nine studies car Robert 0. tight time schedule, how-

Marsh f'ld !.fit) 42 Syntex -.--..-__ -_ 77 4 I Dividend Shares _..__ 3.68 school courses designed for, ried on at the federal, state and Warner says, though, no Wright. the two companies said
Martin M._-.---- 1.00 17 Tampa Elec- -- -_ _ 2H Dreyfus ---. -- 19.54 'them and to acquire the skills;. city levels. The students were matter "how versatile the Others from : only guarantee a
McG Hill .. -.----. .60a 33% Tech 1\Ieasur 16TW : Fidelity Capit __ 10.94 with which to earn a decent t, ranked on the standardized' school curriculum, how effectivethe Lucretia ; operating lifetime.
Mead Corp _... 1.70 46 A Wts 0 223. Fidelity Fund _ 19.34 living. They'll not find the scale: an IQ below 80 indicates guidance services, or how L. Middleton ; I the proposed contract
Merkd .--- -- 2.00a 35 I Fidelity Trend __ 18.00 courses, though, and they'll bEheading I! the need for special education; many special programs are developed -Patricia A. T. will receive $1,079
R.C.A.
Nail Airl .. 80 44 OVER THE COUNTER Fund'tal Invest 10.69 for the jobless rolls. an IQ between 80 and 89 indicates it will not be possibleto their $1,300,000.
N'Y Cent ..... --- .sog 34 Income of Boston 8.31 Only 142,500 of all who will I I the need for special high: keep every potential dropoutin ] the $1,265,000 con
NjaMPow---2.00 53 Incorporated Inc _. 9.84 drop out are at the bottom of I! school courses; an IQ between school. The home, the church, Space Technology
NorfOlk W 6.00 133 NEW YORK (AP)-Tht following bid Keystone K-2 5.43 the IQ pile, need special edu. 90 and 109 indicates the student: and other societal institutions International Tele

No Ind P S V- 1.48 554. and National asked Association quotations.of supplied Securities by Dealers the Keystone S-3 16.10 cation programs. But they won't t: can complete vocational-techni- must assist the school if the and Telegraph team will
No Nat Gas 1.80 53 Inc. do not represent actual transactions Keystone 5-4 _- 4.63Use find the programs either and I I cal programs; an IQ of 110 and I problem is to be solved." Alachua a more complex satel
Olin Math _- -.. 1.20 424 I ; but art the NASD's estlmat, Investors _ 20.13 they'll join our swelling numbers above indicates the student can I On evtry front, the gap between ceipts for May ;! a rocket control sys
Owens 11 G 2.50 98 of the range within ,which these securIties I. Life Stock Fund 7.8 of unemployed juvenile de. complete college. Here's how what we're doing and $35.496 from The satellite fa to have
Pac G & E ----.---- 1.10 31;.i could have been sold (bid) abought I. Mass. Jnv Stock --- 16.23 linquents and welfare cases. the 21,497 came out. what we should be doing is aw Total of from 800 to 1,200
Pac Uing -- 2.60 60l (asked): Mass. Jnv Growth 8.56 Despite the many-pronged at:o Only 19 per cent had IQs of ful.If creased $ I channels and a life-
Pac T & T _. 1.20 30 Alico Land 7%. Pioneer Fund 9.50 tack we are launching on the! less than 80 and only 20 per the teenage violence erupting year's May from three to five years.
Pan Amer A 1.20 66 Amer Fidel-Life 22 k' Puritan Fund _ 9.41 dropout problem, the estimate cent had IQs between and 89., across the country is a clueto Other :
Parke, Day 1.00 2ThPennzoil Amer Heritage 246. Putnam Growth 9.25 still is that in this decade ol 4 r A full 50 per cent had IQs between what's developing, this sum- Bradford, $ ; ; hold
-_- 2.00 Amer Mat Ins -. 195 TV & Elec 7.86 the 1960s 7,500,000 will leav 90 and 109 and about 11 I mer will smash the dropout Gilchrist, $ ; \
Pfizer .80a fli Amer Pioneer Life 7 Value Line Inc -_ _ 5.49 high school before graduationThe I. per cent had IQs of 110 and I problem into-our collective faceas i Levy. $18,979 For i
64I Busch ,___. 48 i Fund U.83I above :467 Union, II
Phelps Dg ---_- 3.00 Anheuser -- I Wellington breakdown made b:y above. never before. ; ,.. .. j I
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I Chief land Festival Swells With VIPs, Be a u Mothers services memorial' McCain Club members service recently- Miller and for


who died last year.

I Crown club, part of a national or-
to
Queen
I is made up of women
-Ii children in the Navy,
-R : CHIEFLAND VIP local legislative delegation Sen! The Festival, which is spon- Corps or Coast Guard,
- 1L guest list and the list of come- Etter Usher and Rep. Frank sored by the Chiefland Lion's who have been hon-

ly candidates for the watermelon -Marshburn. Club and whHi attracts thou- discharged from one of
JL Other Cabinet members and sands of visitors each year will .
title <<:continues to
queen
grow
state officials have been invited start at 10 ajru Saturday with clubs are
I for the 11th annual Chiefland and are expected to be presentThe free movies at the Chiefland non-political.non-sectarian Primarily

I Watermelon Festival Saturday. list of 25 or more queen Theatre. organizations
they are
i1 ; I The VIPs on hand will include candidates include Miss Linda Throughout the day, there will [ in every Navy hos
- 1 il i- (for sure) CongressmanD. Smith daughter of Mr. and be a busy round of activities at most 01 the veterans
R. (Billy) Matthews, who is Mrs. Pete Smith of Williston; the City Park including the in the country.
to give the principal address at. Miss Gayle Reeves of Gainesville serving of free Ice cold water- i local club has made lay
a program at City Park and who who is 17, a seenior at melon to visitors. I expectant Navy wives
is to crown the new queen; Secretary Gainesville High School and One of the festival highlights, 31- ? robes for hospital pa-
of State Tom Adams who I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen the parade, will start at 3 pan. _4 t
has made the Chiefland event a L: L. Reeves; Miss Linda Williams -Floats will be competing for a_ **, I club meets on the first
regular stop on his agenda; Ear]I:, 16, daughter of Mr. and total of $175 in prize money. t f evening of each month.
Faircloth a native Chieflanderand Mrs. L. M. Williams of Cross The queen contest which I mothers are invited to I
attorney general elect,.who I City: and Miss Kay Cannon, 17, starts at 7 pjn in the high There are 550 clubs
will make a speech at the.queeneaatest I lof Chiefland daughter of Mr. school gym will be the climaxing .throughout the country with a if

\ )-SS REEVES WSSCANNQN #_ Saturday sight; aad.the: and Mrs..Calvin- Cannon. "> event. MISS SMITH __.: | MISS WILLIAMS ._ tal membership of 25,000.
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) 12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 9, 1964

-" TbAM WRE SUPPOSED' ALL Ri6HT IM REELING IM NOTTHEi NL
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; EAM6ocD LOW_..CONSOLE ME! ( cM-rvRN 11'
1 ) SUPPOSED TO CONSOLE ME

fl J i ; WHEN I I'M FEELING LOW)., .:s4I: OFF AND ON!

'I I s What's your problem For a general .-.d. LcJ;: (
I :
,. .: t : Poor MomAbigail / 'reply, write to :Abby Box 3365. i\\ -:>

v Pity Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and vl' lir.V

t.." ,, i ,:' ,'';,', '. $ .jT
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f :> ': "'., j Van Buren Abby answers ail maiLDEAR ,Q.c....


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rtt tJ--' ''NYu' I HAVE PIDD1f ON USIT HEY!.HO'W pRIC ISNO WHATA
, ABBY: Every Mother's Day my married children that it has your approval. A girl should tell a boy who gets MUCMVOU I lamWE'FtETRYlNKT0 LKN/ COINCIDENCE.!?

"honor" me by bringing their families to me to feed. This out of line in this manner that he should watch his lan GET-OFF/ MAKE A DILL FOR > WANT FOR YOU wl=coTA THAT"REVENOOERSi>

Mother's Day I had 22 here. All the men played cards and guage. And in no uncertain trems! A NEW COJNrrR/.rV( THAT CHOJK G8T? HtlMORED My PWC> r
the girls sat in the living room laughing and gossiping while I *, ICE? MILLION:! rre

was in the kitchen doing all the work. Pa helped me dry the DEAR ABBY: I am a woman physician with three children

dishes. I love my children and grandchildren, but I am who don't like to do dishes. I told my problem to a

getting too old to work like this. If I am still around next remarkable patient of mine who not only raised her own

year, how can I let them know that I would rather not be family but raised several foster children and did a won '
;
"honored" like this again without hurting their feelings derful job. She sent me a copy of a little poem that she a : 1\ :# d3. i ,

GETTING OLD keeps pasted above her kitchen sink: < !

DEAR GETTING: WHAT feelings? Tell all your children "Thank God' for dirty dishes, a

before Mother's Day that Dad is taking you out for dinner. They have a tale to tell; .-.J..

And then see that he does, if, you have to use the money While other folks go hungry, ..,.
you've stashed away in the sugar bowl to help him. We're eating very well. e
With Home and Health and HappinessWe I
shouldn't want to fuss, "' LIKE WHAT, I: GOT TO DEAR ABBY: You said in your column that if a boy says For by this stack of evidence, 'T'( MAYOR ROUND UP ALL 14O1LERTH'MENEOLKS WHAT' THEY'LL ALL COME

something dirty or out of line in front of a girl, and the God's very good to us!" == I GOT A CHORE BARLOW? % ATTH'TOP OF YORE A-

girl's brother hears it, it is his place to stand up for his Since I have put up this sign I have had no complaints.sister E-t TO DO AN*I i IN HOOT1N'HOLLER FER LUNGS

and tell the boy off. What if a girl doesn't have a B.A.T"M.D.( ) .N.*. NEED YORE i A CIVIC RUNNIN'I
brother? My girl friend and I talked over this problem be- < HELP MEEW

cause it has happened to us. She says if a boy says some- CONFIDENTIAL TO "DISGUSTED WITH PEOPLE INSCHENECTADY" I I

j thing dirty, the girl should ignore it. What do you think? : "Make yourself an honest man, and then r.nc

ANOTHER FRESHMAN yon may be sure that there is one less rascal in the
DEAR FRESHMAN: To ignore offensive language implies world." (Thomas Carlyle)


first subject is Ernie. It'sa 7:05 O Ranger Hal :J o l 6.4 I

split-screen affair with 7:50 O News Z

'I Ernie seen on his farm 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo rl) .l

0f and Jack in the studio- 9:00 O Divorce Court .

only something is amiss: O Bachelor Father I

i ?hrar Jack's wearing the rustic CD Romper Room r IF WEb HAD :TITANIUM, INCIDENTALLY GOVERNOR I CAN'T EXPLAIN IT.

n.3;; s.. outfit and Ernie's attiredin 9:30 O People Are Funny THE 8017Vc1 C>UR.SH1P we'D HAVE BEEN OUT IN HOW DO YOU ACCOUNT FORTHE MAYBE WE NEED A SMART
y SPACE LONG BEE YOU PACT U RECEIVE UKE'VOU.
( y ai a business suit. Don CD Jack La Lanne IS MADE OP TITANIUM, OUR TELEVISION PROGRAMS, SCIENTIST
PEOPLE,MR 5MITN.hi.3J. MR. SMITU..ht .
ASBESTOS AND PURE
Wilson announces. 10:00 O Say When BUT WE CANNOT
CARBON DUST
O News-Mike Wallace RECEIVE
10:00 O CD The French Army 74f
CD Waldo Norris
r (Special) France's army 10:25 G CD News .
has long been one of the .. .
10:30 O
CD Word for Word < fah huff,

; TUESDAY EVENING tune. Clara: Eve Arden.In most French important symbolsof and O I Love Lucy
grandeur 11:00 O CD Concentration II
5:00 O Maverick the Silent Spot, Red in the last 100 years, one .. r 2 coli

I O Best of Groncho appears as a business ty- of the' least effective. In O The McCoys I i L'441f

5:25 O Greatest Headlines coon. Skelton dancers, 1914, led by generals 11:30 O CD JeopardyO 'IMCMII.f. oaeoooe'I

c 5:30 O Newscope David Rose orchestra. whose strategy was"cran"gutswho Pete And Gladys .; f Cr.f.
want- 12:00 Q CD First ImpressionO ....
\!, 5:55 D Local News, Weather. 8:30 O Moment of Fear ed revenge against the Love of Life Q ( __.__.. & .= :f s

Sports "The Martyr." During the Germans, the French II 12:25 O News --
6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. uprising in Ireland in went to war, 12:30 O CD Truth or yes I CAN FATHERIDONTINTENDTO! THAT'S NOT A NICE THING TOy YOU'RE NOI PROMISE TO GO M I THINK I -
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, Novak breaks up some When Adelaide "Genghis" oriented struggles in Al- 3:00 Q CD Loretta YoungO

student horseplay and i is Keane returns ,from Eu- geria. To Tell The Truth ALL ALL RIGHT.RIGHT 4 ,

later accused of injuringone rope, Kate is surprised to 3:25 O News vAs' 5 A
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him to ask what he is life. In the California election l they are really for. Sample Sample Man, he will lie to them .y a
phones
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switches channels and says Goldwater the winner 22 min Man is on the march and

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Sample Man. His creators will the polls were still open, many disenfranchise the rest of us. On this date in 1772 occurred PRESS .... WE TW=CAM ENEMY C2ACfC _____ f = X .FAtt/
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commonplace that his tastes, nuisance. lowest common denominator English vessel Gaspee I o
whims and prejudices are pre- The implication is clear and expresses us to perfection. aground in Narragansett Bay ran I M i k I2
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projecting and sample analysisare
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he means to vote. (T- ss
dreary Sample Neighborhood. 32,861 precincts In 1945
Japanese Premier
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to the
all the rest of us have to buy who hates being reduced last EVER WAKE A / AT IT. IN FACT THINK YOU NINE HOLE PLAYING
and voting in the state'sremaining Ten w
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dress the children in jeans because way. <
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jeans.. :I reach a point when presidential i look foolish, and though it may i each of the five members of
Sample Man is an Idiot. permutation elections W I
can be adequately give us a president we don't the Atomic Energy Commission ,.
t* Plato's philosopherking. -' held within a dozen or so sample really want, a few years of unsatisfactory -equal authority.Five .

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ruler as a benign tyrant whose, states. a small price to pay for '_the tion's first ballistic missile submarine I] 1 I
power rests upon possession 'of t, A few thousand "sclent lcal- glory of feeling that each single : ,, the nuclear -powered!

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I' .: 981 DUE to divorce t nave a like new PUZZLE IRIAIHISAIMI $ IRIDI I

SEE 1t 64 model Automatic CfiOSSWO NLIAlEIVAAIRlAjRI WANT-AD RATESPH.
I Ii Zig Zag
by sewing .machine We would that like does someone everything. _ _ ITII IRIE AITIHILItIfl-1 r

to take up payments of 16.00 ACROSS 2 6. Tune lElvlUlfITItRt'hI I 372-8441
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 37J-
2051.I l.ConTerging Recordings

SUN have new 1M model automaticZig 6.King out 32. Began forClassified I III
the
i I Zag sewing machines. No 10. Present 36. Snare _ _
attachments needed to do the 11. Shift 37. Bitter 1D1oIMOIOItiWIIr1IEi OnlyDEADLINES Ii
following decorative stitches
buttonholes appliques mono 13. Bib. :retch
.. IIRII C !
II grams. blind hems. Etc. $5.75 mountain 3 8. Comb for I ITues.

: ALACHUA("GENERAL ACCIDENT ROUNDUP W.per mo.Univ.S54.50 Ave. total 376-1075.price. 115 14.Heathcr.'wool Lt5IT f.H E 1-

1 HOSPITAL Jackson L. Tucker Fairborn 40. Citizen of IMIAIR thru FrU papers-S p-m. Day before publication I
genus I5IIEW N10 PIVIEIDI For ads to go In Sun. paper-12-00 am. Sat.
)! June 6, 1964BIRTHS Ohio, and Sandra L. Green 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car 15.Princess suffix! *or .ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. di

Starke, at NW:13th St. and 7th Margaret Emanated 41. Sibyl SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLEillumination (Minimum ad 4 lines) mlijl' 1
16.Unit of
Mr. &-Mrs. Wayne Moreland Ave.. at 4:15 TINY TOT
f p.m. yesterday. 45. Cubic meter 2.Wild ass 6.Justwc&18. -

'i 720 NW 19th Ave. a girl; Mr. & Asa J. Cox 811 NW 37th Ter. PLAY SCHOOL 'Prance .FAMU..E.
3.Vehicle
: Wager on don ,...- _....... ............... : "" 61
__. Mrs..Joseph Pizzo, 281-11 Corry :Helen Inez Zipperer, 4434 NW Visit ui and see for yourself. 19. SeasoDs17.. Cupid heels 7. Ever jxxt. lijl' Insertions ................-............................ *? lineInsertions .
T Village boy Mr. & Mrs. .13th St. and P becca 24 SE tth St. FR 4-78M. 21. Hermit 48. Premonl"tions 8. Excuse .............................................. !7c line
a ; R. Eaton, EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher .. Xipa palm Insertions' .... '.... .....U 1II ne f
'_4 James, Buie, Shamrock, a boy; :2718% NW 2nd Ave., at 12:20 to care for children. 3 23. Polar 5. River ofoblivion 9. Kind of charge .;v.t.mJfiPiang'; total i lines x rate earn
acre play area.. Planned program. region DOWN braid x number of Insertions.S .
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Andrews p.m. yesterday at W. Univ. Ave. :- 372-7150. 25. Hatchet 1. Relinquish 10. Cony

Chief1 nd, a girl; Mr. & M-3. :and 14th St. KIDDIE KORTChild 12. Eucalyptus

Charles Martin. JTavet Hi-apt. Clinton S. Hackney, St. Peters- Care Center 3726M7Employment : tree Five letter words per line :

359F, a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Michael I urg and a parked car owned by 11.Itat.day-
10 breeze Same as 1 lines I
Glancey,' 3002 NE 14th St., ,J. C. Savarino, Tampa, in the E"r 0 20. Headliner 8 Pt. ordinary type 1

twins, a boy and a girl. 1900 block of SW 13th St. at 12:25 ii- dir : = 22. Protein 2Pt.Saqneas3llnes

ADMITTEDPaula I).m. yesterday. food J
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k. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED .7- r '7 r
Marie Pizzo, Mary A. Mildred H. Geiger, Newberry, a 24. Obstacles Same as 4 lines I
: 1 18 Pt
Glancey, Charlotte Cooper :and Gerald M. Howard, 1708 SE BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Il- ti IT U 27. Turmeric ordinary type
29.Jail I
Shirly Ann Martin, Dorothy El- ,nth Ter., at 10:54 a.m. yester- up to $5 per hour demon- # Trenchermen i.

leion Davis, Willie Holmes, strafing famous Studio Girl iT SO. Same S Jtne I
I day at NE 8th Ave. and 9th St. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 24: P t *

Corie Bennett, Martha Evelyn ._Phone_ 374-433 after 6. 31. Disbursed -a ordinary type
Jacquelin LaRose Bowen 2923 'AMA ; &i IF ti o si
Dorman, all of Gainesville; fnt RECEPTIONIST for doctor's office. 32. Stitches
NE 11th
Dr. and
Delores O.
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mature and experienced. Salary -
Margaret Buie, Shamrock; Roberta open. Reply Box 429-A Gainesville 3z 35 I I33.Thrcadbarc The Gainesville, Sun will not be responsible for more than one ;
2909
Craig NE 12th St. at 9:35
'Andrews Chiefland Sun. # 34.Fan flower Incorrect insertion nor will It be liable. for any error In advertisement '
; ajn. yesterday at NE 11th Ter. Knit your own glamorous; stole HAVE BUSINESSOF lIT 36. 'IT 35. CoosteDa- to a greater extent than the cost of the spec occupied -
Pearl W.. Davis, Pompano with flattering standing collar. ElsyItnitted by the item to the advertisement. No dfustment will
and 28th Ave. YOUR OWN tiOE. be made
knitting - on errors that do not materially effect the value of
"' Beach; ,June Barry, Minneola. Robert B.-.Griffin 632 NW 1st let your own hours no Invest T. 42 W. 44 39.Unit of the advertisement.
DISCHARGED on large needles with 2. man?. no high pressure people ,
St., and Eloise W. Jackson, 925 Strands of yarn. Knit. purl bAnds. wanted. Apply Hotel Thomas - right I
Faye NeU-Sheffield, Regina quickly done. Use mohair for knit. Wed.. June 10 at 7:30 pjn. 42. Scot. The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising er raIectmg -
Hartman Barbara and NE 20th St., in the 900 block of ting; brush It. Pattern 911: direc SALESPERSONFor murder fine any advertisement> which It deems obJection and to I
Waldrop
NW 5th Ave. at 6:50: onLTsirtyIivs ready to wear. age 23-45. experience chance ." Classification of any advertisement from that or- .
4 daughter, David J. Lane, AltonD. p.m. yes- cents In coins for this preferred but not required. = : : APar : 44.suffix Common dered conform to the policy of the paper. I
terday. This Is full time permanent ;
Hill. Colson W. Martin, Earl pattern add 15 cents for each H.wa.fqnea q
position with all employee bene- lime 25 min. ,
Joan Warren Hinson 2810 NE for Ist-class mailing and
pattern
nsnl
F. Walters, OmerR. Page, Mrs.C. special handling. Send to Laura fits. .Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. _&: m"'Ii'Vnmn'II'It.' !
and Edward Sil--13th St., and Fredrick B. Mc-. Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft -
H
yf son, 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Solo
Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old
Clellan 2424 SE 13th St. in
I bernagal, Karen Leach and Chelsea Station New York ii. LADIESDo
; Y. Frln plainly PATTERN a OI\WM, I bath, CB.
I. the first block of NW 13th St. N. Kree
; daughter, Estes Baby Girl, NUMBER NAME ADDRESS and you have a need to earn money 6 BEDROOMS ed porch air conditioned centra
\ Combs Baby Boy, Ray Edward at 6 p.m. yesterday.DWI ZONE. ? Pleasant and profitable work 14-Sales Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Property 4 baths living rm.. fireplace wall fIe.t. 2502 NE. 12th Street Fl
near your own home. Avon of. to wall carpeting. formal dining 2-4729.
Collins Luisa Roquetta and BARGAIN Big new 1944 Needlecraft fers this opportunity. Call Avon rm., all elect. kitchen. cent. heat 1340
.( Catalog over 200 designs Manager FR 20421. BEST real estate sales oppor- WINFRED H. CRAWFORD a. air conditioning. 2 story on uti!.NW rnx 45th, Ter.. 3 BR. 1 bath

daughter, Harry Grossman only 25 cents A must If you tunity in Gainesville. Drawing Reg. Broker. specallzlng In landscaped acre. W4.800. Call own- down carport patio. LOT
Robert E. Meeks 34 West payment. Sm. monthly pat
Hazel Murphree, Joan Dyal knit. crochet quilt sew embroi LADY to age 35 for general ac- account.: Leads furn- LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE er. 376-16. ments. Ph. FR 447$2.
Palm Beach, was arrested by der. Send 25 cents. counting office typing adding ished. 372-1551. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.GR .
Ellis Guynn Betty L. Mathis boo k. 5-2911.
; machine exp. necessary
the sheriff's deputy 3 miles SPECIAL VALUE 1& C 0 M- Ph. FORDYCE RedfranksRealestate
keeping background helpful.
Cosa B. Graham James Porter In deluxe 16 Work Wanted Femjle
PLETE QUILT PATTERNS McCoy Mfg. Co., Inc. FR 6-7290 AIR CONDITIONED. gas hear.
west of Gainesville SR 26
Freddie Lee Baker John Wilson on new Quilt Book. For beginners for appointment. completely fUrnished 2 bedroom
and with while experts. Send 50 cents now! house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles
charged driving
WHITE LADY will do IroningIn
.. WANTED assistant for doctor's East of Gainesville. Price $$,$00. REALTORLUXURY
my home. 10 cents a piece. Ph.
intoxicated. office. Must be able to type. Terms available. Phone FR
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ALACHUA_GENERALJune complete Insurance forms and FR 61231.WHITE ._ 4-4454.
C. L. Hilliard, 4308 NW 6th file. Salary depends on experlence. lady.will do Ironing In her
ULTRA
7,1964BIRTHS Phone FR 2-36M. home. Good work. Reasonable BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee MODERN with Roman I Ik
St. arrested he spired
was by t artlum
with
EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing, price. Phone FR 2.U!:._ River at Rock Bluff Call V*> Yes. this home really Is. A beau- glass doors opening slidlnj froir

Gainesville Police Department shorthand. knowledge of book- COLORED lady would like to take 6160. tifully landscaped lot In the J. J. nearly every room. StrikIng
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis, Rt. Finley Area Wall to wall carpetIng -
keeping desired. Ample starting care of 14 entrance patio.
yesterday in the 800 block of W. elderly person. yrs. YOUR VACATION HOME ARCHITECT
;, 2 city a girl. wage. No age limit. Unlimited experience as nurses' aIde.5 Furn. house in Yankeetown, S fireplace and fully equipped DESIGNED for the latest Ir
,
,
Univ. career opportunities for woman wk. Phone 372-4742. built-In stainless steel kitchen. luxurious Florida
Ave. and charged with days per blks. from River on paved street. II v Ing
J Z. ADMITTED ,with quick mind. Prefer permanent Only 132500. S2.SOO down and $200 Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of IIvINarea.
only $3000 cash total price. S.
20 Year old wants a fob taking FORDYCE I AS-
driving while intoxicated. resident. Send resume or girl a month. Call Triple car port. Cen
Fla.FOR
E. Realtor.
Estelle J. DeBose, Alice'Lenora Interview request to Box 431 CoO care of children. Live In and Sapn Newberry SOCIATES. INC. 3761234.DELIGHTFUL. tral heat a airconditlonlng

I W. Breaking and EnteringThe Gainesville Sun.:. can give good references. Phone SALE. If you have put off of course. FOR THE DIS
Philman George Feag- CHECK 461-11 u.
following attempted or WAITRESS, good hours good pay buying that lot on beautiful CRIMINATING BUYER. Exclusive
in Annie Rebecca Lane Santa Fe Lake. You have little with this office. Cad
Mary in Wonderhouse
Apply person.
successful break-ins were re IS Schools & Institutions time left to secure waterfront 2 bedroom home In the N.E. sec 60117.WESTW000.
Restaurant 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind -
Kathleen Barnhart, Catherine property (AT A REASONABLEPRICE tion. This lovely home Is equipped
I ported within the past 24 hours: Stars. Real Estate Exam ). G. P. Rippey, Melrose.Ph. with central heat. paved drive SCHOOL AREA-AI
j Marie Sherman, Ernest George CURB GIRLS night shin, apply in 3755571. and air conditioning. Only SIX- most new modern 3 bedroom
Attempt at the Phillips 66 000. $250 down and $89.50 a month.
Atkin Brew- person Jerry's Restaurant. 2310 COURSE 2 bath with central.
Lucille Imogene THESE S.W. 13th St. Call FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES heat.
Service Station at NW 8th Ave. ATTEND First lesson free. Large panelled family
sterall. Gainesville Rose riOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEuE INC.. 376-1236. room. Patio. Extra nice
; Qualified nurse to care for newborn 35 Houses for Sal
and 6th St. Infant during two week out. COLLEGE 21$ W. Univ. Ave built-in kitchen. Beautiful
Ann Porter,. Hawthorne; Peggy of-state trip in late August. Ref FR. 6-3507. 3723727._ UNUSUALLYdesigned lot. Less than $19,000 with
The residence of Linda Dennis
Grice Chiefland; Alonzo W. erences required. Box 437-A, MEN It women 1$ to 55 to train for NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bfc. J. patio really sets this 3 excellent terms. Call 4-0$17.

Smith Evinston Ollie 1229 NW 22nd Ave. Access gained _Gainesville Sun. CIVIL SERVICE bath. Central heat central air bedroom home apart. Wall to wall SPLIT LEVEL3 bedroom. t
; Sally CLASSIFIEDADS Examinations. For Information cond. Northwest. $1 ,000. Call carpets kitchen equipped. In a bath 4V4
Large
through a door. A TV set pet mortg.
records -
12 Mile Help Wanted
376-2927.
Hendricks Lake Butler.DISCHARGED send name address fc Phone No. beautiful neighborhood. N.W. sec age can be assumed. Price
and a camera totalling Key Training Service. 112 W. tion. Only S13.5OO $1.000 down $1000. Call 6-0817.
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UFE GUARD with. Senior certifi-. Adams Jacksonville.. PRICED TO SELL and MS.40 a month. Call FOR
(.. $575 in value were reported cats work for summer, Ptrani DYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. 37.- NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom
Louis Will Moseley, Mary E. FR 63012MAINTENANCE. SPEED WRITINGBOOKKEEPINGSecretarial ;3 BR. 1 bath CCB carport and 1236. frame home
J on over acre
p Hatch, Gloria Lee and daugh- missing. MAN. experienced.To Howell's Courses.Business Classes now Col utility room. Established lawn. of land convenient to Medical .
forming. shrubs and shade trees. Lot IIOx114 -
Geronimo Scott, 24, 744 NW live on premises. Phone FR QUIET Center. Everything like
lege. 21 1 W. Univ. Ave. FR' 4- close to schools. $500 down,
ter Dewitt Irma Mae New. Total price. $8200 with
,. .Mary 63012.YOUNG
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t 8th St., was charged with break 3307._ U7 total monthly payment. Appraised .- neighborhood for this 3 bedroom low down payment to responsible
Langfordand daughter, Mattie man wanted who is in- at $13.475 reduced to $12 home. Spacious living In the S.E. party. Call 4-0617
ing and entering after being terested in learning the homebuilding INTERNATIONAL- 300 to sell. 3532 N.W. 7tf Ave. area for only 12250. Call FOR
W L. Blanton and daughter, HelenS. I trade. Some drafting FR 2-4759. DYCE fc ASSOCIATES INC.. 371234. *- Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor
arrested the of (6
near scene a CORRESPONDENCE
experience Call FR .
Chadwick, Carie Bennett, FOR necessary. NW. SECTION, ;3 BR 2 baths. Myrtle Lassiter Associate
a.m. break-in Sunday at Fisher's 6-7290 for appt. SCHOOLS large carport and utiU lots of w. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate
Thomas F. Climpson, Mary I. GM trained MECHANICS wanted. cupboard and counter space. Well TREESand 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 4-0817
Barry Azor McRoone. Juanita Market, 745 NW 5th Ave. To start work Immediately must 236 courses Including high school landscaped rear terrace excel. surround this Colonial Home: 2-7943 or 6-2927.
business. technical and engi- shrubbery
have own tools. Plenty of work. lent cond. 3725756. .
Hemingway and daughter Henry Fire Calls Free hospitalization Insurance. neering. For complete. information home overlooking a picturesque wall UNUSUAL! OPPORTUNITY
salary guaranteed. equipped with call 3744047.2S FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR pond. This house has .
Still Wanda Gibson Lillie At 11:39 false modern service facilities 2 bath masonry home. hardwood to wall carpeting fireplace and
: a.m. yesterday, BIG most redecorated. Well established firm has evenIng .
,
floors throughout. Dining rm. has been completely
Inc..
Smith and son. alarm at 663 NE 15th Ave. In Starke area.Fla.Gateway Phone Chevrolet''''''J900. U.ntock.1t SuppliesWANT Ig. kitchen fireplace air condition Within walking distance of University for let class secretary e*
on nice lot In Golfvlew. of Florida. As little ilS SI- permanent basis, salary A
WANTED new t used car sales TO properly condition cows Sale price $21.000. If Interested 500 down can handle this lovely working conditions attractive.
men (2). Salary fc commission. before freshing? Then try cooperative phone 3747400.WESTWOOD home. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Apply In awn handwriting giving

Irked by Australian Rule Apply Main St.MANAGER at. Melton Motors, 703 N. feed. Ide Mills..l for 13 bulls per a.cent"herefords fitting LITTLEWOOD INC.. 37S-1234. qualifications. Application.
confidential. Write C/ GainesvHle -
( SAYINGS too. On special during June. Walking distance to schools. 1
I trainees needed age FMX Gainesville or Alachua. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline FORDYCEAssociates Sun. 417-A.
21-40 steady employment. fringe Phone FR 2-1 Wi or 461-2105. Heights. Study hardwood floors.
benefits. Apply Jackson's Minlt built-in oven. Cent.
Papuans Want. to Buy LBJ Market. 1234 N.W. Uth Ave. 1 years Mare.old.2 years Saddle old.2 Gelding bridles., 3 2 heat 374-M42.Shaded range back yard. Call Inc. FREE ESTIMATES on

t, DISHWASHER apply In person blankets $250. See anytime aft- Real Estate Exchangers!
Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 SW. er 5. 1934 N.E. 3rd Ave._ LITTLEWOOD AREA Multiple Listing Realtors FURNACES and Quality
PORT MORESBY, New ralian New Guinea. They expect ON 1st St. behind Sears. Grace S. Fordyce. Broker
PONY for sale. 2 yr. old stud 4 I R. ;3 bath 2050 sq.<< ft. living CENTRAL AIRCONDITIONERS
f Guinea (AP)-Anti Australian him to bring vast riches. CAPABLE man to run residential broke to ride. Saddle and bridle. area central heat built-in kit. Dudley Goulden, Associate Associate
home building program. Must See 392 N. W. 20th Ter. Call 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High, Harvey Benton
\ I Papuans on New Hanover Island To swell their purchase fund, know construction throughly and FR 2-939 2 blks. from Llttlewood clem 1U W. Univ. 374-12$4

fund to be able to coordinate lobs. Salary school. Ideal for Ig. family or
raising buy
I !, are a they are refusing to pay the plus' extras. Please send resumeto 30 PETS fr SUPPLIESENGL.ISH family and elderly persons. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by Taanf

President Johnson. head tax of $4.48 a year. The FINE P.O. Box 14127 University Sta- Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 fm *
NW. 13th Ave. 3722192.FOR
They want the American pres- tton Gainesville. shepherd puppies. Good Best In equipment using Internally
movement has
reportedly 2,500 Motor Grader operator top lime for watch stock, and pets. FR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year Insulated ducts designed -
ident to take over their little island members. rock finish man. we pay top 2-0033._ around home on SW side of Lake For top quality workmanshipcall engineered and Installed

300 miles northeast of Aus4 wages. Phone 372-773. Mr. Elrod. SIAMESE KITTENS. Reg. Iliac Santa Fe $25,000. If .Interested
The Australian administration ATTENTION Ex-Insurance Agents.We blue a. choc. PT. Champ. LIlac call 475-5475. 372-6142 byALL AMERICAN HEATING

has sent District CommissionerMick CARS! need two men experienced in I reg. blue d choc. Males at 1 BR, bath. am. CB house utll. GAINESVILLE i AIR CONDITIONING CO.
life, accident & health to open office stud. Ph. Wllllston 5M-44O. rnv, V* bath gas htrs.'gas UPHOLSTERY
Healey and more than 40 In Gainesville area. Also Vero BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle 4 weeks range tools etc. End. pump. ISM N.W. lltft St. PH. 376-8258
\\1 Beach. Salary- over right commissions = 914 fro n tag e. Homestead NE23rd Blvd.
Service armed police to New Hanover old AKC registered. Call FR 2- free estimates-nek 90 and 1930
& renewals. Leads fur 7JM after 5:00 fM. Sat. and Sun.all Exemption. FHA commitment. delivery. 24 Hour Service
from neighboring New Ireland nished. See district manager f day.GERMAN. sie mile from Gainesville. FR
A.M. to 12 neon. Room 17. 121 2-1541.
Island. New Hanover has a population ,_E. tth St., Jacksonville. Fla. shepherd PUPS AKC. all
shots. ready to go. 'Shown weekdays
of 8,000 Papuans and ,a 13-Help Male .r '.....1. after 7 ".M., all day Sat. IN THE
News and Sun. $75. 3501 NW lifts Ta,.
I dozen uneasy whites. FMV
.. AMERICAN Shepherds. 1 male. 2
PLACEMENT SERVICE
I The leader of the so called Office. Professional female. well marked. Reg. $40

Johnson Cult is Technical SOS a. $30. Phone FR 6-3 170.
j( first Lieutenant Louis F. Rup- a 20yearoldPapuan
College GraduatesFor SIAMESE kittens, reg. Iliac
I pert, .son of retired Lieutenant "prophet" named Bos : app?. call 372-4377 choco and blue pt. Champ>> lilac -
mialek who worked for U.S 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. and rag. blue and Choc.
Colonel and Francis a
k Mrs. P. Friday
Monday through males at stud. Ph. Wtlllston 12444 *-

\ J Tunstall of 2720 NE 12th St., has Air Force survey team on New PERSONNEL 102 NW 2nd CENTER Avenue .

been' awarded his silver wings Hanover earlier this year. FOR SALE Miniature Bronze
OFFICE man or woman for general poodle. Male. months old.
upon graduation from U. S. Air Healy said Bosmialek has told office work. Must have knowledge Grandson of '63 Grand Cham S [IN
CLASSIFIED of posting Journal and led- pion. May be seen at Marlins
FLORIDA
his followers that 600 U.S. NORTHCENTRAL
I Force navitagor training at troops ger. Submit resume and salary Animal HospitaL All permanentshots.

I James Connally AFB, Tex. will arrive June 16 on the Queen requirements Station to Gainesville.Box 14422 UnIversity .. .

Mary with several helicopters to PUREBRED AKC Beagle Puppies.We BOATS MOTORS
1 Lt. Ruppert is being assignGets YOUNG man or young couple, IS board dogs. James' Kennel OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO
_ _ BOATS MOTORS
4 1 ed to an AirTraining help throw out the Australian to siderable 35. capable responsibility.,f handling must con not Rt. I. Box 71, Keystone

Comm administration. He said the cult- be afraid of long hours or hard Heights. 473-49S1. WOULD LIKE THE Thus 24" GRILLS
1 work. Must be ambitious and be SMALL miniature black poodles. 1 HUNTER Fiberglass Fisftlog 12' Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
'A Silver a n d (ATC) ists have prepared three land. DIal able to work for yourself. without male 2 females. Phone 374tiss. Beat Introduced by FRANK ..,.5o slope
supervision. Starts $100 per PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
sites for the
helicopter
unit at Math- ing week. build to better than 110.000a EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main J7J35J7
Wings : During the recent House of year. Large Southern Corp.. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY CHARGE
Cal Gainesville"
er AFB East
Ttte Heart Of
not insurance or sales or anything
f r 4"'' if. for advanced -Assembly election, the cultists like that, but the best future FRANK PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie
,
t refused to vote when told they opportunity on this paper. OWNER SPORT CENTER FR 21791. List of Classifications to choose

t r a i ning. Sea R. G. McElroy at the Holt- BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. tOO block Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from
could not vote for President 376-4672 day Inn, Wed. A.M. June 10th It of N.W. 22nd aires 110 xlii', Boats.McCULLOCH .
Also lot in Oaks 200'x119 Fishing -
ATC trains A.M.onand all day Thursdayand Gwynn Motors. MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S
4. Johnson. Friday. June 11th & June with view and privileges DEALER Skrtng Swimming-Diving.-
and JACKSON Sailing ONLY
Trailers
g airmen and of- Bosmialek's followers believe 12th. Call for appt., no Interviews of Clear Lake. 374-510. Canoes. JOHNSON

L 'f t icers in the 'diverse Johnson will send ships loaded LONG_over phone.HOURS. hard work loW FOR at $1500 SALE by Cs2 owner inside 2 corner lots lots at -Where Quality Sells Itseir SEA HORSE MOTORS Fishing Equipment.

with for their use. Bosmi pay. mean boss. White only. Apply $1200 ea. Located 2 miles south SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
skills required cargo Mr. Helm. Hotel Thomas. of Crystal River, Fla. on U.S., 20 NW. lit?, Ave. Lone Star Boats. Orlando dipper
alek said early this year the Wed. evening. 7:30 P.M. 1* In Paradise Gardens Subdivision. FR H011 or FR *4ttJMan. Boats. Ski: supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment.
by thenation's Call C. Emory Cross. 376- CAIRO'S MARINE
first such would arrive I PART OR FULL TIME Tennis Equipment.
ship on GREATEST
4512. Thru FrL M ,.1ft. sat. MOther 601 S. MAIN ST..
Announcements to section
aerospace ,April 10. A U.S. survey ship due : of OPPORTUNITY Gainesville. Earn OPEN up to US and WILL pay cash Immediately tor _Times_ by_Appointment_ _ _ _ Baseball Equipment.
force.The1 in New Hanover on that date mere weekly from the start servIng lot or parcel of land outside city
J LOST fr FOUND Watkins customers household limItS. but close In, on which a SWIMMING POOLS Whert to '1"-.
I lieutenant's wife, Marion, was hastily diverted to New products with Good Housekeeping nice duplex house ru ready on Sun Want Ads
LOST female beagie. about mos. Guarantee. Full or part time manor moving equl""*,, CM be moved
1\ \( is the-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ireland. oM. Collar showing owner's name woman needed at once. Set this week. Or win sett you the BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.

I Harold Brackett of Concord, New Hanover and neighboring to Tampa. If found please call your own hours. No Investment. building furnished and ready teo
FR 3-SOM. Write C. R. Ruble. DIP -. P.O. at bargain" price on easy EnJoY| a clean and healthy pool.
Mass. islands have been the center of LOST Black leather wallet. in vicmity Box 2447. Memphis. Ten* terms. You can move In same or Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE W TEX

Lt Ruppert received a B. S. pro-American cults since American of Pittsburg Plate Glass Ce.phone CONCESSION help wanted. Apply rent out by end of week, by act- Jvppe & Monthly. cleaning
> FR 4-3012.
at boom. Identification cants after 4 ".M. .t Suburbia Drive. ng now. service. SERVICE DIRECTORY:
degree and his commission as troops were stationed on to name of Susie Westmoreland a. FR J-J34J 6G06O.2.J1n

a second lieutenant upon completion -: them during World War n. A Roy P.O.Westmoreland.lox 453. Phone High Springs 4S41IUer .14-Sales Help W..te. 34 Waterfront Property

of reserve Officer Training U.N. mission two years ago After 4, Reward. ONTHEGULfCedar

J) .Corps program at the University heard witness after witness ask 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE EXPERIENCED te start work automobile Immedletefy.salesman Key Shores MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

of New Hampshire. He that the United States replace Best pay plan in area. Free hospitalUstion Lr Other Properties
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- Insurance & demo.lan. Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
; is a member of Alpha Gamma Australia as the governing auth tefttJon So nervous er etderty. Plenty of action. Gateway David Andrews
J Easy Way Driving School. FR Chevrolet. Inc. Starke Pic.
I Rho. I ority. 9-7002. Lie. by State .f ..... Phone 944.3MO. Cedar Key. 3841 .
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) I : Bedroom CCB tile bath. carportand I fi
SWIM FREE WHY PAY RENT? utility room. $7,000 $450 OPEN HOUSEs 4 BEDROOMS-3 BATHS BEST VALUE In :3 BR home, S4t
New homes. $9,500. :3 bedroom. tile WESTWOODIt's down. $45 month. Phone FR 2-3355 Fla. Room Fireplace Central monthly payments, buy our
NE Lovely 4 BR 2 baths spa- bath $45 per month. Located on Bedroom 2 bath. Florida heatyou
I days FR 6-4311 nIghts.LITTLEW000.WESTW000 : room name It-this lovely I equity reasonably. no taxes owner -
I
cious rooms. Large scr. porch S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some THE TIME IS NOW. only $450 down. Assume loan at modem masonry home has itl! leaving city. Call 373-0064. '
I Air cond. V.A. loan. $102 month. trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372. Brand New3 I AREAs 176 per month. By owner, 1937 N.W. of course. Big fenced corner .
Equity on terms. 372-1854. : BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm, large store
lot double BY
N.E. 7th Terr.CALL ; garage plus car OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR
BR's 2 Tile Baths
age room screened porch. carport port. Inspect this amazing buy al 2 bath cent. heat built-in kit.,
I FOR Sale or trade. New. 4 8R. JWK -Central Alrconditioned established yard. shrubs
1750000. Attractive terms. huge
screen porch. paved dead.
home located In Westmoreland Hardwood Floors shade trees. $500 down. 521 NW ,USTO ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTORPh. end street, shaded lot. reasonably
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt -Huge LR & Family R. 34th Ter. Ph. FR 2-5C43. .
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr 376-5707 ANYTIME priced. Phone FR 22371.
2 Ig. bath Rms. Ig. family 3728404BEAUTIFUL -3649 N.W. Itth Ave. SEE THESE FINE LISTINGS -
b Rm. & living Rm., dining area. -Easy to buy. See now. DISTRESS SALE 3 BR, Fla. Rm Carol Estates. LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath, 10.
Central heat built-in kitchen In- traditional residence. House to Rent? Libby Heights, 3432 N.W. 13th Ave. $474 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry near schools. Pay low equity IT. with fireplace. D.R. builtin
Bedroom, 2 din-
4 bath Separate
cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Space design, quality and custom LittlewoodSmall home with built-in oven and & assume VA lean with $77.94 kitchen, enclosed patio 2 car
I walk to schools close to details throughout. Lovely large ing room. Owner transferred. I range I year old ONLY J7J.OOper mo. payments. Ph. 3760539.NORTHWEST carport central alr-cond. and
I U of F & medical center FHA Must sell on or before June 15th. I
lot. More expensive than the Down month. heating. Near schools. Priced to
$22,700. Down payment 1700. PRICE SLASHED TO $23,000. I
average price range but you sell. 3505 N.W. 13th Ave. Tel.
Immediate occupancy. Drive by this house Is FHA mortgage can be assumed. 1500W Large 2 bedroomtwo 24795. _
will
agree more Payment3 REMEMBER-A COSTS
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler than worth it. rental.vacancy Terms of your choice. FR 6-8298. story frame;:; home near Kirby !
Close to school and shopping. :3 bedrooms
Brothers. 372-9545 dally. 374-9048 TWO ACRES In the woods with the BR-1 Tile Bath Smith School. ONLY $40.00 per -
2 bath home
with family
night. most In contemporary styling; -Stove & Ref. Included EXCLUSIVE month. EYES RIGHT! !
bedrooms. _527 N.W. 36th Drive YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit room. This Is a very nice
overlooks a creek. five
home for the growing
with
5-ROOM FRAME house. screened handsome fireplace. mod e rn Total price $12,000 NORTHWESTSPACIOUS WE HAVE several :3 bedroom 2 only $1.500 down payment.family See real dream living In Shadow
porch reduced for quick sale. kitchen. Not quite completed -Best 8u"-See Now 2090 Square Feet bath homes with central heat. air Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
$2,495. Phone Cephis Goodman and a steal at $14.500.00. WOODED 73 X 164 Lot conditioning and Florida roomin REASONABLE I' D. Oliver. Bldr.
528-4384. Williston. Substantial cash payment re- UNIVERSITYREALTY CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 the Littlewood School area the Ph. FR I-MU
quired. Paneled Den, Gainesville High School area and DOWN PAYMENT- West *
Bedrooms 2 Baths en NW 39th Ave. past
3' BR house. wall to wall carpet. FOR $15.250.00 FHA evaluation you Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU Living Room. Dining Room Elec. Idylwiid. 3 br.. Fla. rm.. Large fenced yardIn the Glen Springs Intersec
.. screened porch central heat and can buy a four bedroom, two bath your trio Built In Kitchen Large beautiful Idylwild. Priced at tion. Sea sign .. left.
( air conditioning. $$15.700 low down house In the Littlewood area. Spa. Family Room. Hardwood Floors. 4 BEDROOM, :3 bath home complete $14,000.
living and separate 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 with swimming pool and
payment. Ph. 372-5516. clous room EVERY DAY until it is rented FR 2-1053. ---- -- -
:
W. M. Munroe Realtor r
dining room parquet. AppoIntment 1718 N.W. 11th Road central heat.
I EXCEPTIONAL BUY, available only. Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank DAN BYRD
now. 3' bedroom 2 bath near SEVERAL' lovely lake homes for Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug- I INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedroom
schools and University. Central sale. These are year round resIdences .- las. Jr. IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: MaryMoeller I home with 2 bedroom apartment ASSOCIATES. INC. Quality HomesWESTVILLA
Heat and Alr-Cond. Call ALA. within easy commuting : completely furnished. ALSO :3 Jack OeYot Realtor
CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES. distance. unit apartment house completely Associates ,

374-2448. J. W. PARRISH $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day furnished. ONLY 10000. 'Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway
$14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open Christine Stone
House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed $1000' DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom I 125 N.W. 13th Street 372-2511 I N.W. 16th Ave.
I & engineered by U. S. KIRKPATRICK $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day 2 bath masonry home In Ci.ll night or day
Division. 2100 Realtor Westwood. Large corner lot.
Steel Corp. Homes
'a sq. ft. :3 B R, 2 bath air cond.. 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 24404 PRESENTS $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day RealtorDignity & 37th St. '
brick veneer 2 car carage. 1801 Member Multiple Listing McCOY'SMacoma
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. ASSOCIATES: JOHN J
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. ANGLEWooDAlmost new 4 BR $60 per mo. '. . $2.00 per day & Homes TERMSWALTER
W. Reece. Capt.. USN. Ret. 2 Bath home. Central BeautyC. ,
6690. Contemporary
.. ..... ... ...... MERRILLRealtor
-- ---- heat and central A-C. Fenced Brick. 2V bath N.W. with large
.' back yard. Family room -beautiful $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day LR., separate D.R. family rm., Inc.For .
built In kitchen. Immediate Ig. kitchen with dining area. Lg Sale very attractive 3- I
occupancy. $70 car port this home Is situated on Multiple Listing bedroom 1-bath home. 4417
$2.33
n per mo. . per day Associates: Marcella Pardi
COMPARE! beautiful lot. 22nd St. area shown E. University Ave.; walking
NEW LISTING B.R. 2 Bath by appt. Call Mary Moeller. W. H. BuchannanE. distance to Lake Forest STUBBS,
In $75 . $2.50 da
home wall to wall carpet livIng per mo. per > Schools. Price 512.500. $500
room and dining room. Lovely Price Reduced down and $7940 per month. INC.
built in kitchen with nice family $80 mo. . $2.66 day C. "CURLY"KUEHN Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
THESE HOME VALUES per
1,1 room. Excellent financing. per 3 Br. Lg family Rm studY. Lg. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
patio C.B. on beautiful shaded lot. JR. 6-5015. Office comer N. Main "We Trade Houses"w
BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE II FLORIDA PARK AREA A pleasant $85 per mo . $2.83 per day to see this lovely home drive by and 23rd Blvd.
masonry 3: bedroom home on 840 N.W. 20th St. & call Mary Homes Lots Income. Business ---- ---
a nice lot 110 x 154 located with Moeller. and Lake Property. -
Norwood 0 in walking distance to J. J. Finley $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Farms and Acreage. r"i&LwnzNow -
Elementary School and Gaines E. C. "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr.

I Hope town.ville High School. Owner leaving $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day BeautyAbounds in this Lg C.B. :3 BR. IV,. FR 6-2032 638 N.Broker MAIN FR ST. 6-6544 YOU BUY-TW .KINDS il

I bath home near St. Patricks Parochial I
"H" Inc. FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Attrac. $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Metcalf & Howard Bishop OF BUfLDINGSI
tlve 3 bedroom, 2 bath masonry schools, all rms Lg & spacious.For I IBY

............................._dIIIIIIItiI home. on nicely landscaped largelot. extra comfort a very Ig
We Trade Homesor g Immediate possession. May screened porch. an abundance of I FOOTAGE I II
we show you this one. CALL 372-8441 storage room. Call Mary Moeller. HOME SQUARE
Property m TO PLACE YOUR II

1115 NW 40th Drive GWYNN 2 bath OAKS home on- large Large wooded 3 B.R. lot- Contemporary I II I II
:3 BR 2 bath. $350 dn.. $115 tUWflIHflHWIWWUUI1I111W11UfltI1flIU1III11! built I with fire
bath family rm BUYERS
per month. The following are ready for fl ;Iftrilrgoo'r Irnk patio- SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 3ce"d garage, excellent neighborhood
must be seen to be appreciated. shaded yard. $1200.00
1442 NE 16th Place occupancy. ; I equity take up payments $125.00 I I II
3 BR, m bath $350 dn., SUper = NEAR UNIVERSITY 3 B.R., 2 mo. S.W. section. See Mary Moel. GUIDEby
month. 3330 & 3320 bath brick home. Large kitchen. ler.
family room. On lovely lot. Also
NW 30th Ave. -
2024 NE 16th Ter. 3: BR. 1 bath. $500 dn. $77. 23I private study away from family See This LovelyJumbo The James Co. I I II
3 BR. 2 bath, $350 dn.. Sat per mOo g activity. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol
per month. 23 brick 3 br breezeway LR The James Co. of Galnle: iii
WESTSIDE New residential sub dining rm. quiet St. Realistically ville. Inc., Builders of Kings-:
4617 SE 1st PI. I
1115 NE 5th St. division opening soon. Acre lots GLADYS SMITH 2 BR frame freshly painted In priced. Drive past this fine property berry Homes for this area will I
4608 SE 2nd PI. streets now being paved. May we call!,
I 1114 N.W. 13 Ave. &
to w
1 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn., $74 S.OO'dn & out. Back porch shade trees. be happy answer any ques
tell about this
3 you more restricted .
BR. 1 bath S6I Mary Moeller.Retirement
per month. SERENOLA ESTATES oak floors terms $200 dn. and tions you might have concerning
E5 oer mo. residential area outside city lim- Lovely residential lots new school $55 monthly. Located near Univ. home ownership. You mightbe
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opening In September priced from Ave. bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. one of those people that
II 303 SE 38th St. == $3500. Call 372-5393. Immed. cccupancy. See it and now owns a home but found
3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $44 its.M. phone -7170.. 3 Br 1 bath frame Ig lot quietSt. that it 'Is now inadequate if
Norwood per mOo 23 M.IParrish S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra paved. $3200.00.Investors this 1 Is the case a call to The I
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EXCELLENT BUY James Co. could very well BARNS
I nice large home built-in Central air conditioning & heat 3 I solve your problems. By this
3236 NW 29th Ave. Building
range and oven, 'ireplace. New II
,
BR 2 bath built-in kitchen famIly in
we mean trading your present -
Hope 3 BR, 2 bath, $650 dn, $78 8"H" FHA commitment. Call 372-5393 ,
rm. fenced back yard outside SiteNear home.
= Inc. permo. 23 for an appointment. city limits. Only 16250. Locatedat i II I
23 AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR 6-2969 Country Slub. 1420' On S.W. There are I number of questions :
3301 & 3311 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 80 ACRESPlus 34th Street 162 comprising that we can answer con- "
We Trade Homes NW 30th Ave. Wayne Hill Helen Graham 3 bedroom. 2 bath home WELL located home for sale. Own. appr. 45 acres. Near U.F. I cerning trading. We feel that ] I
4 BR. 2 bath $600 dn $89. for Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish central heat oak floors 20 miles er graduated and will give Immediate Campus with income establishedwill by talking with us you can
Property per mOo 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 from Gainesville 15 acres pecan; occupancy. R e cently leas or sell call Mary '' pick a suitable floor plan and
=23rnumnfflnnffl1RB0w0m23niffl1e = grove 45 acre permanent pasture painted and in excellent condi. Moeller. I''I exterior design that will suit
WllllDllIIIIIIUIIIDIIII 20 acres unimproved. Tractor tion. Why pay rent when you your needs. from our many I
SAVE mower. harrow fertilizer distribu can pay less to own. 376-4055. MARY MOELLER plans that we keep on hand.A .
II tor. Call 3725393.GLADYS. 1242 N.E. 6th Ave. call to the James Co. will
FOR RENT I ;
I ALL OUR HOMES ARE REALTOR I get all the facts about any
= OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 124 SE 7th St. 23 BUY FROM SMITHRealtor FOR SALE beautiful rural home type financing any questions I 1 I
SEEING ANYTIME IF :3 BR. 1 Bath with up to 4 acres pecan groves. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 you might have without: any I
YOU WILL JUST CALL 1 Year Lease. $75 per Mo 23t. Overlooking Santa Fe Lake with Member Multiple Listing obligations! on your part.
1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR BUILDER Associates: access to boat basin and beach. MARY MOELLER. BROKERASSOCIATES WAREHOUSES
6-5301 or FR 6-7789 UIIllIIIIIIllIIJllIHIIIIB1IIII\lIml11lllllllll! \ !! II Anna Hinson Ben Griffin Must travel doctor's orders. Bar. We have lots available Inmost I I II
Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes gain at 20000. G. P. Rippey E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler any section of town for \ .
IIIIIIIIOOIIIIUJIH.wJUIIJJWUl! lUllllUlllllllm !lllllllllllllllmnlllll lllllIlnlAIAlllnlllllllllllll! !IIIIIIIII11J. 3 bedroom r/i bath. Pay only Member Multiple Listing Melrose Fla. Ph. 475-5571. Dick Durbin you to choose from. If look
I you're buying a hcme
$80 per month Including taxes II :"i
and insurance. Wooded lot on Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene I at the TOTAL PICTURE! I
safe dead-end street. Perfect for Paramore have over 30 years .
young growing family. No mon I combined experience in the You get more dollar-far-dollar J
Butler Bros. BuildersInvites ey down to qualified Vets. Only construction of homes. By care- I Value in a Hugh Edwards home!
$450 down FHA. Ask to see lot ful supervision by Jim and I
no. 67.Advanced. Gene, it will enable you as the
built-in homeowner to get more home HUGH
Design 32. One of Gaines for your money and certainly) I EDWARDS Bldr. 2 Bldr. 3
Youto ville's most advanced home de ven & makes The James construe I II
signs. Eye level built.ln oven FormIca tion to be beyond compare REAL PLASTER WALLS YES NO NO f
and range In kitchen. Breakfastbar. range Sound absorbant normally
Walk-In! closets. Terrazzo Foldaway cabinet By building primarily the I used In hlgher.priced homes.
floors. Large rear lot with fenceon Kingsberry home we feel we I I II
back line. Save have a great advantage and
nearly $1,000 tops TERRAZZO FLOORS YES NO YES
on this one. $15.150. $500 down great opportunity for you as I East-to-care-for.
Palm View Estates FHA, $94 month Includes all. doors the purchaser to pick design I color no furniture permanent I
created -
Ask for lot no. 2. and floor plans that are indentations.I .
by some of the country'sleading
Model Horn Sacrifice 4-2 ----- I architects.If .
I ALL 'BRICK FRONTS
Huge corner lot with hundreds of central : YES NO NO I
you desire complete infer I Lasting beauty greater
dollars In additional
landscaping.Take I matlon call The James Co. and resale value.I .
,
A new community of distinctive sidewalk to public or parochial heat
we will be happy to come to I

homes in the fashionable this one.schools.Lot no.Save 24.big moneyon amount your home of time and necessary spend any to II IIFor I FULLY FRONT SODDED LAWNS YES NO NO I

Northwest. explain The James Co. systemof
: HUGH EDWARDS S I home ownership.We KeepS sand out of your new
I home. gives you nearly two I
INC. i can secure FHA. VA and I years head-start. Saves money.
Featuring : several different types of con-

2837 N.E.376-7971 15th Street : j j vent.onal financing.Let I Si'ety SIDEWALKS for your children. No YES NO NO I

FHA homes from j.: Z) us mention a few of I future assessments.I .
: the Homes that are either under
construction or In the I COMMUNITY I
$16,000-520,250 FREDARNOLD ; I planning stage.1Bedroom I SWIM CLUB YES YES NO I
.1.
Down payments from WOO... ._ I :3 full tile baths Swimming and summer
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living i recreation with your
Ij area. You must see this hometo neighbors. I
', appreciate I It. We will trade ,
VA Loans Available 5 Ij j on this one.3Bedroom..0 GAS LAMP POSTS

REALTORSWIMMING Adds distInctIon to your home YES NO NO '
II US bath with Gives you added burglar 1 J
: j hardwood floors located on protection.
; well shaded lot. Small down-
POOL payment. FHA.Construction .
FORMICA CABINETS

3 & 4 BEDROOM Three enormous bedroom living, two room bath house and most with I to start soon on I IS refinISlli"g.AlwIYKlun, never needS YES NO .YES I

attractive kitchen. Drapes and V. A. 3-4-Bedroom homes
I wall to wall carpets Included. in N.E. Gainesville. Call now
FLOOR TO CflUNG
I and make all color selections.All I
Wonderful
outside entertainmentarea
YES NO NO
Palm View Estatesis J24.500.oo. I these will be brick veneer. CLOSET DOORS
We have 4 lots on 3tth Ave. Double shelved for 100%
NEW HOME Vinyl bg j I00x27. Pick a lot and house more storage space. '
I
/iii\ plan to suit you.
planned for professional men and their Only a few months old and In perfect family j TRUSS ROOFS
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condition. Three bedrooms,
paper Now under construction 3- Full I ft. ceiling throughout YES NO YES
families. two baths screened porch marvelous room ( CQflCretevanatories Bedroom. 2 baths with 1453 .
closets. Paved street. Closeto home. Attic space foradditional
Sq. Ft. floor area double carport .
schools. 1.300 down and Silt 1r.SUlltton fuel -
shaded 100X276' lot. Will
FERNWOOD MODELS surance.per month including taxes and in trade on on this one. livings. _

TILE WINDOW SILLS YES NO .YES I
AIR CONDITIONED No wood trim around windoWS
from $12,250 up Beautiful large :3 bedroom. 2 bath to rot from natural'
home with central air conditioningand You'll find the KEY to COftdenMtton.
heating. Spacious kitchen, I I
I panelled family room with fireplace -
from $400 down huge screened porch. All
fine at.
pane.sliding Large glass doors nicely' are landscaped thermo- family living FNO MONEY DOWN VA I


r IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 1 I i lot. $3240000.FINLEY AREA 1 I Ip FHA $100 FROM CLOSING$450 DOWN I

3 MODELS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, centrally .lr. igliland Court Manor I More Informatit J
conditioned home on extra large OH I IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY I

Sign.sloping$73,000.00.lot. Cork floors. Nice de- ._u==4; =ze_ the swim club community TheJames I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i

WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT

ARNOLDREALTY Co. 1 1Of 11
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Palm View Estates open COMPANY Gainesville. Inc.
Multiple, Listing Member _!, Inspect our 14 models today-$13,400 .to .$18,200
'hI Dark 121' W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Builder of Kingsbcrry I
Associates: Pete Sieg Sales office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-372-3471 Homes
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge PHONE
Jim Sheppard Charlie OFFICE HUGH EDWARDS INC.
372-9545 day 376-9048 night Bob KaHtmwt Jimmy Greene Mayo 372.2527 ,

1 BR, iv* Bath dining rnv. Fla.rnw KIRKPATRICK PIERSONuiu NIGHTS HOLIDAYS
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on 16th Ave. back yard fenced In Carol 372-7401 2$137 NE 15th Street Phone 376.7971

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SLUOUUYf June 9, io4 Gainesville Sun 15

45 Furnished Apt 45 Furnished Apt,. 52 Boarders Wanted 66 Mise .For Safe.

I 77 Mobile Homes for Sale I I 85 Automobiles for Sal. 87 Automobiles Wanter

CLASSIFICATION INDEX 4 Rooms furnished at 122S-B West .r-- "a lob well done feeling"
1 1a NICE CLEAN I x 45" 1 bedroom University Ave. Water furnished; ROOM and Board for girls. Private clean carpets with Blue Lustre. 195S FLEETttGOD. 10 2 Bedroom CARS WANTED 19JO-54 Fords

\ TRAILER. Lot 14-C. Archer Road $60 per mo. FR 6-2641 or 6-2930 bath. Washing Machine. Phone. RPt electric shampr SI.. Me- air-conditioner.J I A Pe.Ii 5 FORD. 2 dr. Falrlane. T b I r d i. Chevrolets. A Her Service
Village. Phone FR -2S69' after Mr. Haynes. FR 4-4083. Furn. Trailer Court Vraio a. healer Fordoma- Station SI At .
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ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE a.ONE
f LARGE well furnished 2 bedroom I BOARD & room for working men. WESTINGHOUSE. Launder m at ALL, aluminum tllr. t x 36.2 ti. g lilt N 4 Ave.. NEEDED good lu for trans

S i r'o w. .1 W..... Ie bedroom cozy apartment Living room, kitchen Good home cooked meals good washer $55* Westinghouse dryer BR, excellent Ini and 372-13 Iltl Will trade o.
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& I D.y' walking distance to town. private and rt'.g area bath porch I beds plenty of hot water. 225 $30: both for $75. 2 girl's bikes out. Price S139J. 42 Ford Falcon 4 dr., deluxe Ho Tr.ler. Phone 3764341.
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; U entrance. E. Univ. Ave. Call FR nice yard. 2 private entrances SW 2nd Ave. SI2 e*. TV antenna $5; 24" Hawthorn.S3 .. nothing down. assume payments.
4 Fer.nsflud lenlul Esfldlng MsterlalsI
M 25514. near stores and bus line. S5 win fan $25 good used tOY Phone >>6.
Tru'l WonaaU.a Bo.nlaol' GdaS
lpeelal NU.eS es AntIques REAL NICE 2 BR furn.. duplex month. Also 1 bedroom apart 54 Business Rentals fos. braln leaving town t Motorcycles & Scooters
42nd Ave.
'I FI.n.8 U M1. For 8aII apt. 503 NW lISPs Ave. No pets ment. Large living room kitchen 12 N PAINTJOB
lIalt.IS1U.n. CbflI Care 11 TradIng P.. or small children. $100 per mo. and dining area near stores. GOLF set o 9 Jack Burke by 1963 AUstoto mo scooter, take 86 SWAP CARS

'I Pities To C.. AM a ArUde. WsMeJT1ngi Ph. 374-2823. and Call bus mornings line. Antenna or evenings furnished.FR 2- : GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. Mro. mo. old. Must selL up paymls Phone the 1st Nan

T. "0 II Fa" 00 W.... LARGE one bedroom apartment 7280. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real 372-2. See at 804 S. Ce- a..k. 3-t.
WILL
pet A trade 1957 Oldsmobile
OZ. Boats lIarbl. E,1d. $58 per month Includes gas and I tor. FR 2-1494. I I
I 11 Camp_Bu'J'SOZ. water. 303 NW 1st St. Phone 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS excellent Cif with p
AUTOMOTIVE 'J2 Ofne. Eq.Ipm. FR 6-2012 or 6-7548. 46 Unfurnished Apt FOR LEASE. 1500 SQ. ft. downtown 70 Boat*-Marine; Equip. ium Ile f JHI In like
s Alrplaa. laI..e.taIa store building suitable for retail !!". Cedar Key.FOR .
n X.IlDo B.... tu B&1. en llaaJcal lIueJau4bo 3 rooms <. bath close-In adults I business drugstore. or. offices. NEW Boats and AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up 241 $3995At
,. Tneb "r Ra1. no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen Call ALACHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES ready Fie 8th painted Anniversary Spial. $2.50 fo performance
go.
'II equipped. $40 per month on a 374-2448. and THE
Tneka Wat.4so
\ FR 2-4421 or 372-1433. 15 Al COREC
day sale. June 1st to 15th. mel
REAL ESTATE years lease. Ph. I Hawes
Traclen .Truck aeala" fOR SALE 3764372 days Powers Motor .,
Tr&lIir aa FURNISHED apartment for rent 376-7327 evenIngs.LARGE 56 Business Opportunities 10 tt. aUs 12 f$39.95. t yearsIn Conditioning Servicing Center. TIME .
:: = : for two male only' air-condl- East at
as Lete tsr .als sa loclti Tur 204
M.t Bcstus St. Phone FR 2-
tlonlng central heating u t II. newly decorated garage post Dickerson. N Min .
sa Waterfrea' of
$4 A.t...bfls rn.eriJ 2561. FR 2-1411
a.paIrs furnished. Phone 2-8433 cr 4-4173. apt. 805 NE 8th Ave. Partially Lake Marine Boat HAWESPOWERSBODY
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U'iies For ..
U A.te..bDes 1r .ss furnished. Phone 376 3015 or EXCELLENT downtown Slncla r Works highway 441. P. O. Box SPECIAL auto Au-
_, .. swa. Carl a. conalI I'.r 8a1. STOP LOOKINGI Sub-let June 15- GR 5-5485. Service Station -open and doIng 221, Orange Lake. Fla. tomotive painti S.9S. Courtesy Of SHOP

11 .eal Estats EzckagedEDUCATI'JNAL Aug. 15. 2 BR completely furn. 5 rooms & bath, business will lease to responsible Miller A 732 NW tun. University Chevrolet 611 S.W. 3rd St.
ZsaJ EstaI Wante4 air cond. apt. T.V. antenna Incl. downtown area Dickerson's Boat Wo new ply- Phone .S. 1s
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Out ., T.wa 2 blks. from Married retrig. & stove. Adults no pets. : :rrw adequa wood and
Pr.p.rt7 campus. : N. Main
bt St. FR 2-0538
si at 16th
11 ....... 1atricUs. 4. Bule1 rr.pert.. couple preferred. $89 per mo. water furn. $60 per mo. FP. 2- capital. Refining Reasonable prices. : Av.I
11 X..... I&cIng. fJ aesJ'eaUaI I.aesa. 372-4753. 4621 or 3721633. Phone FR 44)222) or 2-4512. Next to Varnon's Discount Houseon 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I
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WI.at 4-JAatZctIlS 4t Far.. Aer..... NICELY furnished convenient TWO bedroom duplex, kit 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. 441. Orange Lake Fla. .
42 C.lered property Rentals chen Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity CHEVROLET '58 Station Wagon
downtown area. $75..Also garage equipped. $85 per month. 10 ft. aluminum fishing boat with
EMPLOYMENT CJ.I c.i.r., property Salll apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults See at 4166 NW 6th St. for the right man to get In TVb h.p. motor and loader Brw Model au R & H.
l-a
1'1 W.rk Wu&etl Wale the bowling alley business with a extra low mil
carrier. at n tire cl
1. W.rk Wu&etl Yeali only, no pets. Inquire LUlian'lMusic PARTLY furnished 2 bedroom small amount of capital. Call FR cartop 372-17 see age .
RENTALS 2818 NE 13th St. Pric Ins 62
Store.
It Balea Belp Wutd apartment. SiS month. Can be 6-2641 or FR a-2930. Ask for Mr.

11 Belp-MaJo .r Fea"o 44 Collar.. rer ae&1 CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close seen after 3 pm. at 1724 S.E. Haynes. BAT & TRAILER FOR SALE CORVAIR with Ma'6 eip
to 609 N.E. 2nd Ave. Apply Mr. Dunn. rai llter. Ii
U Kale Help Waited 4. FanllJae' Apt. shopping 6th St. MAN ond wife team free to live Phone 376-2734. wall tr ', mile riVE
Phone FR 21391. $45 month.
Dra.aUe 4. Vat.raljhed Apta per TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately out of town and operate a small pmt small eI-
U I'e..al. B.1p Waated 41 D..... fer Reel P'.ra. GARAGE apartment clean no lower level of duplex Sundry and rental business. Phone 72 Office Equipment ty. Will cider car

41 Houses ..? Rent UIII..... children or pets. Completely fur., ; stove and refrig.. situated FR 43012.ABSENTEE. euit. CII owner at 3724441.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4J a.... I.r a.., nlshed. Phone 2-4484 2916 N.W. about 3 blks./ off campus. IKS ex. 3 15 weekdays.
2. Far. Eqatpest 10 DO'd aoo.sn I 13th St.YOUNG NW 4th Ave. saD per. mo. Phone ownership makes necessary PRICES SLASHEDEverything Mercury Monteray. 195 .
FR 6.5871.DELUXE sales of popular local' 18 U
1'... a l'.rUnur 11 MI... B.&la COUPLE or aged couple hole carpet golf course. Inquire must gol! Buy at less dan. Air conditioned het. crankshaf bearings in Volvo's new '64
2 I Un.leek .ppUe. CIA Wuted '1'. Zeatpa ii preferred but no children or 2 and 3 BR air-cond., Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. then wlesale. Adding ma er. white side walls. Exceptionally -
Laadaeaplng '1'.. 100 C2 Boarders Wasted m pest Upstairs apt. Available now. gas appliances/ wood paneled. dines; ; typewriters; clean. Reasonable. FR M31J. power series means longer engine life.

H Pete .ppU" U OffIce Duk 8paee = Call 6-6512. spacious yard. quiet sno. Phone OTHER BUSINESS forces me to registers; writer all 1224 E. Univ. Ave. New 90 horsepower New fade
11 Llnateek Waited 1& Bulaell &cnta1a __3764983. or 3725400. sell good grocery store & meat makes electric c ; office engine.
1 & 2 BR furn. apts. near Univ. market. All colored trade. Small secretarial desks. MERCURY. 1150. VA T.. PS. resistant braking system. Test-drive the
FINANCIAL SERVICE I 916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2464. New 2 bedroom duplex apartment down payment but must have FR chairs or FR evenings.It PB. radio. hete. c
for $75.00 per month. Call John good collateral. Call FR 6- 2-6 2-210 dition. Phone 4- new Volvo the quality yardstick you'llmeasure
It 11.11. Opprtualtlsa :: Special 8enlees 1 BR. 1 bath, kitchen & living _Merrill Realtor FR 2-1 AU.I o Neber Rd., ain 0043 afternoons.
17 ...... Ie La. II Hems lmpr.emeat.'a room garage apt. $45 per mo. 72311 days or 2-0641 nights & o left the other cars byj And sure to
II .." .. ... U EsdIe Gas Sundays. & E CHECK PROTECTOR VALIANT auto trans ww tires .
k TV BenIn water turn. heating. Phone 47 Houses for Rent Furn 6 ask about
radio and |lust purchasing a Volvo in Europe.A .
!S _. hater.
.n D A..Uaaee Fa.It FR 6-7103. colored Section 514 I
Call 372-381
I = -, NE 16th Ter.DESIRABLE 3 I BR, $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30. 61 Wanted to Buy 73 Musical M.rcha.ei assume after 5 P.
Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn
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well located. 2 BR
turn left over RR tracks to WURLITZERAla's at .... $99
35 House* for Sal. 42 Farms & Acreage duplex furnished.apt.Avail.with utility June 12th.appliances Rental 1st rd.,. turn left go Mi go mile. CASH for your used furniture refrigerators No.at Earl's 1 piano and Co. 6 CORVAIR..coup.......... 11.395

$85 monthly yearly basis. No W. Hunt. TVs, Pin 41 RENAULT .. ........ $5
4 HIBISCUS PARK. J.J.Fin ley children. stove. cot Gainesville's evclusive 43 RENAULT ...............
students. II etc
pets or 1 BR HOUSE. suitable for 1 Ing zer Dealer, 702 W. University
School area. 3 B R spacious house. ACREAGEAppr NW 13th St. Phone FR 4-5323 person Service Center 2.393. Road. 6 FIAT 400 ml. ......... S9f
or couple. $50 per mo, Haw- Ave. Phone
attic fan lots of storage quiet or FR 64833. 372.2 FORD Galaxle .. .... SIMS
:-_neighborhood FR 20992. 44 Acres near new Country thorne Road. Phone 372-4762. 64 Household Goods ELECTRIC Harmony guitar, 3 pick Phone 37J-3407 or FR 2-4. I

CAROL ESTATES EAST. SI 8,200 Club. suitable for Apt sites 1 BR furnished apt.. water furnished. 3 BR. 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150 UP. very good coitio case condition like
MGA. "5a Top
4141 NW 12th Ter. $40 -
fine homes per Call and cord Phone
or per mo. McKInney Green.
0 FHA. 3 BR 2 bath Fla. room. Inclu so new Interior. Call FR aft
mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask 32J-4819. 2.3
Inc. FR 2-3617. _
central air cond. and heat. builtIn 7:30
for Mr. Haynes. T-A-G APPLIANCES
12 Acres W. of Gainesville e P.
kitchen swim club member. on SMALL turn house. newly decorated Tested and Guaranteed TRUCK LOAD very fin factory
ship' walk to schools 2111 NE pavement $680000 I BEDROOM. completely furnished rebuilt GUAR CLEAN 41 Chev. Impala Sports
no pets. Also 2 BR trailer, Refrigerators from op plln.
Um Ter. Ph. 370-037 upstairs or downstairs near very cool. S.W. Section. Phone 1 S ANTEED. MUSIC Coupe radio heater, white lid
Ranges from LLLAN'S .
.- MARY MOELLER REALTOR shopping center. See at 612 N.W. FR 25633. 17 Washers from S up upI STORE 112 St. Ph. walls per steering, auto
BUY OF A 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 10th Ave. or phone 6-2549. $75 from FR 4-5931. Ptu f 294.DEAT"
Dryers
2 BEDROOM up
per mo. hOUSC 1105 N W. S '
sell 59
so ACRE FARM 12 miles from 2 Food-Freezers from up In flmll. Must
33rd Avenue USED
LIFETIMEDistinctive corner of 11th St. S ORGANS .
'. city 'A mile hlway. frontage 2 BR furnished apart with porch. House open, call FR 4-4230. 2 Diswashr from $ up. Wurtltzer Spinet like new SI MCA also 62 SUNBEAM
2500 sq. ft. suburban good vegetable land. planted pasture Near University. See at 411 N.W. 10 from $35 up Hammond m ALPINE ROADSTER and
15th St. call 1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. 11th JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Spinet perfect Sns FORD. at 281S NE 12th
home priced below replacement small frame house deep or 2-4447. $55 per Grldley Music Co. 4 product of superb Swedish engineering
cost. 4 BR. 2 bath. sunken livingrm. well. farm equipment included. St., comer 33rd Ave. House open. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 I Gainesville Shopping Center .

.. wall to wall carpeting. Ig. $250 per acre with terms. Contact mo.EAST Call FR 6-4230. FULL SIZE crib. $9; Generl Electric FR EDSEL Station Wagon coral andbeige.

kitchen with bulit-lns. suspended ALACHUA REALTY AS SIDE 1 BR furnished house for rent on refrigerator. S Cal 372- 2.533Automotive custom accessaries white Crane Motor Co.
china closet. etc. Set among _SOCIATES. 374-2448. Millhopper/ Road. Water furnished. 5108. sidewal tires good condition; a

beautiful trees on 1V% acres front. BEAUTIFUL roiling 2 to 5 acre GARDENAPARTMENTS Phone FR 2-9976. $0. 316-55
... jng Millnopper Rd. Monthly pay- -
estates. Choice of wooded or 66 Misc .For Sale. Oldsmobile Jetfire hard-
1963
mints of 1117. Phone 3722345 permanent pasture. 7 miles westof 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 77 Mobile 516 S. MAIN ST. 376-2425
Homes
for for Sale conditioned
appt. to see. top coupe, air
Gainesville. $600
per acre- $57 per month up
'McKINNEY'GREEN be the first to make your choice Gainesville's Finest FREEZER, CHEST TYPE. Guar 4 speed transmission. Car

Call or see United Farm FORDYCE RENTALSCall anteed. Can deliver. $57.50. WYATT- is parked a Univ. Cit

Agency 3722954. Furnished or unfurnished our agency to find the Refrigerator service In your Bank parking lot. See .
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom house wish. home. No ---
apart you Many listed. service charge on re- .
DEATONREALTORS Fordyce Acreage ment. 309 NE till St. Phone 376- Also apartments furnished. pairs. Wanted refrigerators and Foster or Mr. Johnson at --- -

96011. FORDYCEASSOCIATES. freezers needing repair. FR 2.13 Trailer SalesHome the bank.

40 acre tract beautifully wooded. 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart ALL CHANNEL T. V. 1955 Oldsmobile Hol. Power steer
Littlewood southwest of town only $145.00 an ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd Ave INC. Double stack complete. anTe of ing. Power brakes. Auto. Trans.
will acre. nue. Can be seen after 5 p.rn. .24 W. Univ. 370-1234 ing else to buy. $15. Branta. Pacemaker Mobile Homes Radio & Heater After S weekdays -
house that suit
Here Is the Shasta
A beautiful ranch with magnificent FR 4-3593. 513 N.W. Avenue. and Airstrea $250. FR 6-2270.
your needs. It has the location- FOR RENT 2 BR house. Stove & 8 Travel
right by the school. It has 3 pastures. water tobacco and peanut 3 rooms. 2nd floor, utilities "..rnlshed. refrlg. furnished., fenced back DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Ocala's First Mobile Hoe "64. 4 do air conditioned, Chevrolet Yes! It's True!

BR. 2 baths Fl. room-kitchen allotments and timber. at Couple. no pets. $55. Located yard. $70 per mo. 1133 NW 22nd Chain lo a s No money Dealer Since .. Completely euip
combination central heat-It Is $16500 an acre a real buy ontoday's at 727 E. Univ. Ave. Ave. Phone 3727997. down as $ per month. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. ped. Best lowest priced i.

priced right only $16,500 _- market. Free estimates. pickup and delivery Phone town. Call FR e-9950 days. 372-
FOR RENT SMALL house. 1 6213
Investment acreage close to Medical one bedroom furnished large room. kitchen
financed One All Ocala. NO FLIM-FlAM
Can be FHA service. work guaranteed. 5032 evenings.
.
tile
old Owners have left town Center In southwest 20 acre apartment near Univ. & Alachua bath stove & refrlg. Smiles Phone
year and must-sell. You should Investigate parcel approximately 440 x 1320 General Hospital. $65 month. out Archer Rd. $30 per mo. 376-786 WE BUY 1962 FORD Galaxie 500 XL convertible -
Available June 15th 102 NW FR 4-3327. loaded. Exceptionally
FR 23417. for $5,500.Beautiful 7th TRADE your to operate clean
before you buy-Call roiling hills over 100 _St. Phone 376-7955. -TWO bedroom house for rent. ELECTRIC cstl heater. and USED MOBILE HOMES Price $2095. Phone 372-2789. NO GIMMICKS !

acres, perfect for horses and ONE room furnished apartment Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange $48 for e new glasslined GAS Top dollar paid. phone 376. FOR SALE 1964 Chevelle SS convertible

t: cattle $37500 an acre. $10 per week. One block from Lake Marine Boat Works. P. O. water heater. Much more hot NOW SHOWING 220 V-8, .spee. white
NorthwestFour Also other listings available from square.12 N. W. 3rd Street. Ph. Box 221. Orange Lake. Fla. water at about half the cost with MOBILE HOMES walls. Equity and pay

BR. 3 bath HOME two 175 00 an acre on up. 3767074. I 3 BR. I Bath, complete kitchen, OUR ARCHER LP ROAD.GAS.FR PROPANE.4-5110. 2 In 16 bedrooms all Floor I ments. Call FR -215 after Ip.m. New 1 1964 CMC Pickups

bedrooms with private bath-2 SMALL furnished apartment consist near schools and shopping cen Terms tailored to meet I .
car enclosed garage Large FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. ing of bedroom bath and kitchen. ters. For Information; Manaro's ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I your budget. Drive a little and EXTRA clean ears $95 to SS95. 90
*"' corner lot near University. REALTOR Convenient to town and Univer Restaurant FR 2-4690. am back at old stand, 516 W. save a lot at day guarantee. No down

\ Call FR 2.3617.Florida 924 W. Univ. 376-1236 sity. Also one front bedroom. AVAIL University Ave. I buy sell and CONNOLLYMobile I SOS weekly or monthly .
Immediately 3-4 Br., LR.
Phone 374-4857. trade. 1st class repairs. as al Home Sales Inc. payments. H8.H Motors 1636
p; Park 60 ACRES woodland with stream DR. Kit. Equip. Near Park, ways. I Miles on U. S. I SE 3rd Ave. Phone $175 DOWN
running thru it. One half mile LARGE. I or 2 BR Reasonable. shopping schools.' $100. 1203 N.E. Nor U 372-374.
This Is a most attractive 4 BR 3 from paved road. Good hunting Clean. convenient location. Excel. 5th Ter. FR 62693. $80 S x 10 tent screen on four Closed 6-116 .61 BUICK convertible excellent

bath home appointed with excellent and fishing $4500 Cash. lent neighborhood. Adults only. 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. sides. Ideal for backyard picnics. Sunay. conditio all power phone 4-
features Large well landscaped Tom U. Greene. Realtor. 306 NE 5th Ave. FR 4-0969. Stove & refrigerator $115 per $40. Stove & tank with 20 gals IT'S FOOLISH 61. Se 1 S.W. 3rd Ave. $ ;n .

d/ lot. LR. with paneled wood Contact D. L Rogers. Associate AVAIL. Juno 15. Air-cond, aerial. mo. Phone FR 6-2472. weleman kerosene $5 if you take all to ADD fun to driving with a 1960 Per Month
Phone pay more. RECKLESS to
372-9725 between 5 & 7.
Chlefland. Fla.
burning f'replace! plus an entertainment
No children no pets. ,65. 406 NE Realty. pay less. GET THE REAL I Alpine Roadster, wire wheels
room more than 4th St.CLEAN $200 wedding selling for $60. white wall tires. new red
2 BR home located FACTS. Payments low
2.-1 new on paved gow as as tonneu.
200 sq. ft. of extraordinary 43_ Colored Property Full length. Size 12. Call | Call 376-7834 and enoy|
stin. month with $300
and all correctly living room lust refurnished street. Hampton. Fla. 20 miles $57. per down. lb.
space Fran at Salon .
for gracious living. You'll be newly painted. 1 BR apt. from Gainesville. Wired for elec. 372-0030. Beauty LAKE GENEVAMobile driving summer. Including: License tag, state sales tax, life .
proud to be the owner of this HOMES FOR SALE: at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. 175 per stove has elec. hot water heater. Homes Sales 59 Impala H.T. coupe. PS radio and
home In the exclusive northwest 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone $45 per mOo Contact G. P. SILVERTONE stereo AM-FM radio Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. & heater. A.T. 4 new tires. Side- finance charges.

section. Shown by appointmentonly SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. 62472. Weseman Realty. Wadsworth Hampton. console. S15o Also Motorola por NEEDED good auto for trane.portatlon. walls. Solid whit! Contact L H.

with MCKINNEY -GREEN ment. Some small down pay. 1 BR air cond. turn trailer & enclosed 3 BR. 1 bath, 1414 NE rtfi St. $,] able $0. Phone -. Wi take In trade on I Derrick, 110 S. Main 1 AM
\ I INC. ",ent. Monthly payment $57 to cabana. Excellent condition. per mo. REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag hose Phone 376-8341. 5:30 P.M. Tropical Pontiac

$45. Also homes built on your FR 29886.l A.M. and Call McKInney Green. Inc. 23617. makes decorative stitches, appli 1963 Volvo 4 door. radio & seat

Fred Guy ASSOCIATESJ. Jayne ButterworthCol. lot Call for no TOMMY down payment.RIDGELL 6-12 P.M. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. que. buttonholes monrams. etc It Is a good policy to do businessIn belts. 21,000 5 8.miles.7 1170.. Phone

J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Builder Phone FR 3-4125 UTIL FURN. close-In 2 rooms private $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom Only $6720, .$ per your own community. You can 3761 CMC Truck Center
house, $60 month. Furnished mo. 115 W. Univ. FR
Multiple Listing bath, off-street parking. no depend on your friends for top
COLORED ultra modern living 2 BR and du pets. Also newly papered 1st floor duplex apt.. $90 month. FR REFINISHED oak slant-front desk service. 23 years In the mobile Value Rated 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583

37 Real Estate ExchangedWILL dining plex apartments area modern large kitchen with 1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. 67466. oak dresser and wash stand, home business. See .

apartment. 3 BR. 1 bath 1421 NE 18th Avenue. large empire mahogany buffet -
fan large storage closets terrazxo FOR RENT Duplex UsedCarsB&G
trade waterfront property on floors tile baths space heat. furnished. 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. $115 per Month. Call McKInney sectional sofa blond drop leaf BUTTS MOBILE HOMES _-_ _--. '-. --. 1
Santa Fe Lake for car. Lots er and hot water heater. facilities Phone FR 2-4384. Green. Inc. FR 23617. table and 4-chairs. Lamp. Antique =- --
from $1.250 to $8,000. G. P. RipS for washing machines and Brlc..Brac louse- today. Open t A.M. to I P.M. Closes MOTOR CO.
Melros, GR 5-5571 2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room, 3 B R. 2 bath house. Kitchen equipped. hold Sundays. Phone 3764341..
pev paved streets. See at N.E. 26th
living room and private bath Air conditioner. S130 per 316 N.W. Sth Avenue. FR Cadillac Oldsmobile RIDGWAY
Ter. call for appointment 372- ShP MOTOR
or CO.
Phone 3744512.FURNISHED month. 1030 NE 21st Ave. or call
38 Real Estate Wanted 5321 or 372-5322 FR 6-0989. 42- 2001 NW 13th St.
apartment adults T.V antennas $4 single stack SECIAL
I 104 208' home,
$60 month. hot & cold 2 Bedroom. CB house $60 per x mobie
44 for Rent only. per double $1495 complete
Cottages
TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 water furnished. 314 NE 3rd Ave. month. Call 376-2927 I A.M. to SP.M. Jim stad. NW Sth Ave. $1500. 1 Mile S. Paynes 63 VW 63 RAMBLER
41 Prairie. For appointment
bedroom country home wltllacNea' cal
FR 2004752-
Ph.
or homo In nice older COMER'S Lake View Beach on DISCONTINUED MURALS FR 4-3052. VOLKSWAGEN Karman Ghla, factory atr conditioning 5. 4 door sedan automatic

section of town. Send details to Big Lake Santa Fo now open CLEAN. nicely furnished efficiency 2 Bedroom unfurnished house. sto.eInd Complete set $19.95.HARPER radio heater, whitewalls Iransmlslon. radio, heater, air
424-M Gainesville" Sun. Swim and picnic. Furnished cottages apt. TV antenna off street park. refrigerator. $80 month. 1030 BELIEVE IT like new. conditioned. Extra nice.
bow PAINT CO.
by the week. For reservation Ing. Private. Ideal for working N.W. 55th St. Phone FR 2-11.,.
Residential Income call 4411129 Earlton. lady. P. M. Boothby 427 N.W. RENTALS 10 SW. 7th St. 372-43M- OR NOTSave $2195 2095
41
10th Ave. FR 4-7227.
boat with Gator
Buick Sabre
FURNISHED 1 BR cottage, all 59 U $400 10 x A 2 BR fur.
Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- electric tile shower good ventilation NICE downstairs apt. close In. utilities Furnished home on lake $125.00 mo. trailer 8. 3 h.p Mercury trade nlshe. only $3195. S.4 down, 63 FORD
Sell the or
loUsing rental property. 200 ft. located on Santa Fe turn. Ideal for working mt. per month.
2-5458 FR 2- $10 per wk. 531 SE 2nd Phone 376-2877. S.0 MILLERAV' 63 CORY AI R Falrlane 500, automatic transmission
,5 frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Lake. Phone FR or person. Many fine homes avllable for cc- 5 models to choose from )
Ave. Will sell together or separately. '1". PI. FR 2.2382.EFFICIENCY cupancy. AIR CONDITIONER: 1961 Vornado radio & heater.
TRAILER MARTHWY. 2 door. automatic transmission
Ave. FR 2- Mite. 7.007 BTU's. US BROWN ,
361 N.E. 3rd LONGBOAT KEY APARTMENTS. $50 II Mighty heater.
475}. NEAR Bradenton New air conditioned month. Phone 4112380. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR volt operation S100. ExcellentcondItion. 17 PHONE 3211050SUNDAYS 1030 E. Univ. .'IA-Le.n. $1895
1019 W. Univ. FR 4-4471 Ph. 3725433.
1 TO 6
beach cottage. Available AVAILABLE June 15th. Large 2' FR 2-3582 M695 -
42 Farms & Acreage weekly' or monthly. For Information bedroom duplex furnished aK. : 2 BR. Ig. living room quiet street. NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAFOR 62 FORD

call FR 2-4851. with big living room dining I very nice yard. (alousled porch edgers tampers light
f 15 ACRES ON Archer ROI Includes kitchen and latousled kitchen appliances furn. $75 per plants cable. Wisconsin, Briggs SALE or rent. 1960 Great
and 200 2 BEDROOM house on Lake Santa room. Lakes Mobile Home. Located Galaxle 500 4 door hardtop.automatic ,
2 CCB buildings. I mOo Phone 24313.MODERN It new and used on
convenient to downtown. m FULL SIZE 62 RAMBLER
4" well with water system. Phone Fe. private dock. $45 per week. porch Strlto. sales and private lot. Call 372-240. transmission, radio,
.. ... ext. 2523. $80 month. Call FR3070. I Ret.l.
era t/M *+ C Mr **Ir'L Tall FR a-3248. NE automatic trans .
HOME Tols. 2 SEE us for MOBILE HOME SUP Ambas.dor. het.r. power steering.mission
16th Ave. PLIES 8. MOBILE HOME INSURANCE FORDCUSTOM radio heater power

3 BR, CCB home. living rm.. din- colorful mounted at the lowest rates. It.ring. power brakes, wide $1695
Ing rm., kitchen comb. with built. BEAUTIFUL'. By Al Pfleguer. SPECIAL-roof coating $450/gaL bucket seats. Extra nice.

ISERVICES Ins. terrazo floors. carport. $68 MllmJ ulflsh. Fla. Only $165. The Tac Town & Country Trailer Sales Special. _ _ _ _
per mo. Mlcanopy city limits. 10 1490 Hawthorne Rd. 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2.2 61 FALCONStation
mln. from G'vllle. Big yard Ideal of 1995
Is
for children 466-3145 GOOD HEARING one your 2-DOOR
most valuable' assets. Don't neglect I
DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS wagon, automatic transmission
49 Rooms For Kent Co.It. Visit Today.Glinesvl. HearingAid MainSt. $2096.00 radio heater. Nice.
No 61 PONTIAC
I Home And Business Phone FR 4-OWJ.
Bonnevill. station automatic $
wagon 1095
LARGE clean cool room accessto SINGER FEATHERWEIGHTGood POOLE-GABLE .
shower A refrigerator. Linens condition sold new 1169.bllance FAIRLANE trlnsmilt. radio het.er.
& maid service weekly. FR 2- sterIng, power
119 SE First Ave.
1115 or 9-1981. 414 NE 2nd Ave. 2.DOOR brakes. Beautiful car.
BulldozingSMALL Plumbing $68 or $7 per mo. 372-4343

NICE. cool. downstairs corner 115 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 $1895 61 RAMBLERHeater.

SEWER INSTALLEDNEW room. close In. off street parkIng BICYCLE. 26". brand new. has $1996.00

bulldozer, loader dump & used fixtures, complete antenna furnished. 531 S.E. been In storage made In Eng.
trucks fill dirt lima rock. Top plumbing service "BIG" JIM 2nd Place. FR 2-2582. buy at $40. Call 316 GAINESVILLE Extra Nice.

lOlL Phone 372-7844. HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumbing COOL corner. by day-week-month. W. Univ. Ave. Apt 61 FALCON

[ BULLDOZERS Dragline Backhoe FR 20589. Hot water electricity.' Beauty DUE TO DIVORCEI AUTO SALES SHAW & 2 door heater. $095

I wheel tractors. motor rest mattress. Cross ventilation. have a Singer Zlg Zag that
I grader. Free estimates. W. G. Upholst.ryUPHOLSTER Close In. 321 N.E. 3rd St. makes Fancy stitches automatIcally 1007 N. Main St. KEETER 845

(Buck Jehnsen. FR 6-4219. ROOMS single and double. on sews on buttons, makes Phone FR %.U 13Northcentrol

your furniture atreasonable bus line. walking' distance to town. bole.dams weaves. m Florida's 238 E. St. 60 BUICK
Landscaping prices. Call Sally. kit. privileges If desired. 376- Take up payments Min
Experienced. FR ....... 2877. or.m$7.A per month. Ver small LargestIndependent FR 60 CHEVY
Call FR Electra, .u.tc transmission -
LANDSCAPE SERVICE COOL room on large shaded lawn.Prlv.te DalerSPECIAL Station f rai. hlter. power
Remodeling bath and entrance. Near Morn maple. 5 Dr. Chest, DM w.go 'Seer. steering, power .
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock Bed. .uC.tt tr.nslll. lar.
plate Mirror, lo.
University and University Ave. B.C .
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S
DO YOU NEED. Florida room, Bus lines. FR 64362.IN Complete 7.f hlt.r
NURSERY extra .
Mattresses & Springs $129 5r $1495
Landscape Co. room. more room roof work WALDO furnished cottage kit. Gold color Cl chair 500 f .4-7T1
FR 4-2514 for tree estimate. or maybe a complete new home chen Ig. bedroom d private bath. COX WAREHOUSE 402 S.
For a free estimate, 8> guaran. Pored .. carport. Twin or 4M. Min 2
teed work hOICirl C. beds. 468-1184. Drop leaf round maple table. Early Days Only -

Waters. 372404.CARPENTER American upholstered chair. e 60 RAMBLER
IN PRIVATE HOME nice clean lonial style table, 1957 FORD f 60 RAMBLER
ADVERTISE D* THE desires work additions room for reliable gentleman. No hole desk "e Marble to tbe. 62 Chevrolet < d sedan with heater. Nice
Appliance Repair d repairing. Phone FR drinking Phone FR 4-5047. small oak l.tar. lamp ot V8. Fleet side. 4-speed Cr. Station WOOOM
24102. Impala 4 dr. re1
,Air Conditioning SERVICE DIRECTORY IN NEW MODERN HOME modern Items. Nery-Ni Shop. trasisio Overload I HI $ and heater.
furniture dbl. bed.. private 314 NW I Av. FR 6 springs. new 6 ply 8 9 5

Sewing Machine Repairs bath. Rent single or double to FRIGIDAIRE air conditioner 1 ton. grip tires. m

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP CALI -SEWING MACHINE SER. men must. be gentlemen. Phone376C114. 110 volts $ crib 8. Kt trailer hitch Heav $9'95

,First In air conditioning and Appllance VICE CO. 815 W. University matre S oak oie de Tandem $ ha 60 FALCON
repairs. We sell guaranteed Mortgage Broker Ave. 374-1075. We repair an Rooms for male students near campus It5 376-213 dut trailer
washers refrigerators etc. Makes Wart fully puaran ed. summer 'rt. week or LACE floor dress Good body. Good 4 door with heater. 59 DESOTO

FR 40267..Appraisal. month. Kitchen service.FR with hoop t.wi Pinkbridesmaid's i' combination buy. Automatic
FHA and conventional at lowest 22726. siz 1 *7 5 0 transisi r.d.l.te.
TELEVISIONPICTURE f; $18 1962 FALCON 2 door
current rates. Terms to 25 si i I $795 pe srln per
Service Will discuss at NICELY furnished newly decorated each. Phone standard _ _ _ _
years. gledty no troisio bake c til
obligation. Call tomorrow. TUBE Repair SpeciaL SI room for career girt. Spare kitchen Now Specializing In Ladies' Bel 1954 CHEVY2ton. white. A very clean car. 59 0. NIc.
... W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor per Inch plus $10 to Instill most bath with one girt. Limited Dresses. out Buys. $1195 Volkswagen
FRED ARNOLD 31 N, Main SL Ph. FR 2444 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special privileges. Phon* 376-5424. 5 Cl S Each. Exceptional 2-speed ax.I. Motor Radio & h.te. 895

REALTOR Reconditioned TVs from S9.95. 4 Cedroom. 2 bam home. Also V,1 tr MILL SUPERDISUNTS recently overhauled. 1961 FORD Galaxle
REAL ESTATE APPWIAL FRED B. ARNOLD THE VARIETY STORE adloinlna rental property. 200 ft. 1' SW. 1st Ave 895
SERVICE REALTOR 7 3.!. 1st Ave. frontage 300 block N.E. 3rd Ave. $495 d.Power steering, p. 59 BUICKStation
1.
AVE. PH. 372322.Auto FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 4 Technician's with 84 Beatuiful .
Hit W. UNIV. years ex Will MIl together or separately. 1955 FORD wagon automatic transmission

1319 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3523 patience on all makes. 316 N_E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-4752. PRICE SLASHED air conditioning $1495 59 PLYMOUTH radio, neater, n power

SEMI-PRIVATE air conditionedrooms got Buy less V-8 Flat bed. radio, steering.
I door. 9 heater.
ci EqiilpmentHYDRAULIC MORTGAGE MONEY Tires Alignment for rent. term 3-B. S45 Including than wl Adding fll $495 I 1961 COME passenger
JV* per cent Interest. Terms to utilities. Can FR 4-2773 or cat.t ; re S ton d a $795

IS years.guy Brake Service FR 2-4078. writers all 1960 FORD I radio, heater economy 895

JACKS rebuilt BUILD REFINANCECall NICE room also small efTw cy. electric and manual; office chairs with class .. $1095
FR 2-C943 or
VACATION SPECIALON secretarial 6 Vi Fleet-
exchanged Repair kits tor Dan Byrd Twin beds private bath & entrance da. cylinder to
Walker Jacks. Factory authorised 825 NW 13 St. Pt22511 famous nationally known Mohawk $55 _ttL ItS N.W. 31st FR 21G r.. miles left o side A-I shape. 1961 CHEVROLET door.
walker Hydraulic Jack tires . Save wp to Ave. FR 2-C779 N Re on S895 Power steering I radio NO DOWN PAYMENT
ServIce GLADYS SmaSh Realtor. FHAend SOV on new tires. See our new
cETiuAJCf: F A E CHECK PROTECTOR_ heater, automatic
conventional loans. Low wrap around retread that gives trams
Fit .1.7 rates. Terms to 25 1221 more mileage traction. I.ati.mar 51-A Wsmteel T. Heat with 1961 Beautiful e .
Main years. STERNS riding CHEV 59 Rambler .. $38 I 51 Pod .$32
a .
W. Untv. Ave. 37V53fXFORDYCE Tire Co. 423 N. Main St. Clinton v wffaf '' /i ton pick . . $1295 I ...
m. 57 Stttdebaker 18 56 Ford
SW
Auto Glees end Associates Inc. UNIVERSITY professor wishes to tion. I 2 SW. Sin St. b 4 dr. .. .... 15
OLDSMOBILE '
Conventional end F.HX loans.Cat Tree Senrte* rent 3 or 4 bedroom furn. or un- tween A 5 PM $1095 1960 56 Ford .... .. 21 57fordSW..23
: 374-1234. Grace Fordyce turn house tor 1 year beginning Exafct. cameras lens Several oood late modelcars hardtop. Power steering,
CLAM H our erily bo Hi I
AUTO A-l TREE SERVICE 57 Studebokor SW 21 59 RomblerA.MSW. 34
Immediate InstaJlattanitree Realtor Fordyc. a. Associates.lite Aug. 1st. write Dr. Sidney Den- accessories. Phone FR power brakes radio heater -
UClfted from.
ness. Pruning demossmg bracing I caWeing to choose
Uckwp 4 delivery. Add fit West University Ave.nu& & tree removal. Cavity man. Stetson Univ.. DeLand Fla. a === Open S.edey J to 5 p.m. air conditioning $1495 56 Rambler . . 23 56 Cfcery . . 29

beauty a. value otoC your car. work & tree feeding. Lawn service FAMILY of three wants 2-3 bedroom Blaeberries
MAULOIN co. and maintenance. Licensed hou&t below $100. Five Raulerson
523 N.W. enVSt FR 4.2551. FAINTING A Insured. Free estimates. Trey year resident ner*. Phone 2-2913. FLRIDA GROWN MotorCo.

p.- WANTED; Painting. Free estimates. Thames 374-2940. Jade Hoover. ONE or two bedroom unfurnished ., O. Motors CRNEUNCLNMERCURY RIDGWAY
464-34M. Gainesville'
Fla.
# 1st floor apartment kitchen equipped Ib.
: -- No I fob too small 25c p o 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
under ,".' Please reply to .
: 'Bf TIll Work guaranteed. Phone 1 .
ADJERTTJE WINDOW CLEAN IHG Box 436-A. c-o Gainesville Sun. S. .e 516 S. MAIN ST.
.. ( "" Mile
FR 2-5630. 3725285Home
--'" WINDOWS i ;.;d.J1 cleaned ONE or two bedroom unfurnished We 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
Vi of Lenten of A-l Used CarsCARSTRUCKSJEEPS
VU: < J) Ecroay PAINTING Paper Hanging. Freeestimates. and waxed. houses washed 11 house kitchen equipped. Under Mie We 376-2425

.......-,. Cell 074-0724 or 372- yrs. experience. Free estimates.Phone m per month. Pteaie reply to C 5-2093 .
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F 16 Galnetville Sun__n Tuesday.- -- -,. June 9.. 1964
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NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS This Book Won't Be Best Seller -:' ..
a 1
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: OFFICE OF THE
You are hereby notified that the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT '
following motor vehicle; 1959 Chevrolet4dr Tallahassee Florida
USED AND REPOSSESSED
Serial no. D59A110720 will be sold June 4, 1964 .
MAINTENANCE But 26 First Graders Are ProudCHICAGO
at public sale at 10:00 AM. o'clockon CONSTRUCTIOR
the 16th day of June 1964, at 1321
North Main Street Gainesville. Florida. Sealed bids will be received at the
The proceeds of the sale will be applied State Road Department Offices, Room I
(AP) There's a writing and illustrating five whole thing's just"make be \ -
to the payment of''the cost of 228 Holland Building Tallahassee, Flo- FURNITURE SALE
retaking, storing and sale of said motor rida. from Qualified Contractors until new book on the market todayat stories for the book, ranging lieve." .
.
vehicle and the cost of publication of 10:30 A.M.E.S.T. ) on Thursday the
notice of sale and then to the satisfaction 25th day of June 1964. for the following the University of Chicago, but from "Julie and Jane's Adven- Author Jeff Johnston, 7, said

contract of with the Mrs.balance James due W.under Carroll.Rt. the. the 26 authors will have a prob- tures in School" to "How We what he liked best was "whenI CASH IF YOU HAVE IT! CREDIT IF YOU NEED IT!

1. Box 14, Lake Butler Fla. covering Proposal Forms will not be Issued lem signing the first editions. Got Our Freedom." was asked to put autographsin
later than
hour
the financing of said motor vehicle. one prior to the time

t you Any will surplus remain will liable be paid for to any you balance and for LEVY opening COUNTY bids. (BOND FUNDS The authors, first graders, are Another story tells of the ad- the books." Modern Maple Bedroom Suite. Gold Color Wing CQO Dresser Chest Bed Coil

remaining unpaid under said contract. STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. 34503-3601 still learning how to print their ventures of Sammy, who livedon 5 drawer chest, double dresser Chair . ._ Spring and matA 5 00
Dated this 28th day of May. 1964. SR S-341 sections between SR S-334 e plate mirror:,ond bookcase
l ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT and SR 345 In Chiefland. Work consistsof names. the moon "in a big crater tress. Complete ,
bed. Good
TODAY : shape. "TO 95 \
medium ,"
CORPORATION grading; Llmerock Sta The 26 membersof that had made tunnels H ELD Salem .Maple Double
precocious they
bilized .Base *
BY: H. l_ Jamerson ; Type 2 Surf. Treat.; a Complete Room Size Rugs, slightly
Gainesville Florida cone box culvert; and Incidental Items. Mrs. Judy Jones' firstgradeclass through." ONLy Beds. Goodcondition 1995 used Asst'd sizes Gr colors.
Length 7.495
p (1403) ':t miles. Double dresser, mirror . .
at the university's labora- 5 only..
LEVY COUNTY (SECONDARY The stories were dictated to $95
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. 'IVIUfIS'EXTRAORDINARJY' bookcase bed coil .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND 34S5M602 FUNDS):, STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. tory school decided in Novem- Mrs. Jones who said the idea springs & Half p uP ,(
SR ,
5-347. from SR 345 apl 6 99S Coil
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.IN Springs,
CHANCERY. southwesterly prox. V mlle to Vista.south Work of Chiefland consists ber that along with learning to behind the book came from Mrs. mattress double & twin $4 up: 7pc. Grey & White din-
CITY HAWTHORNE
I OF
Plaintiff of Type Type I Asp/\II Ap Cone leveling and read books, they'd like to write Farrand Ennis, whose daughteris -r... Maps.o.1tRN15* Double bed, box springs. ette Set.Formica. 5995innerspring
Cone. Surf.
V.CERTAIN. shoulders, and Cse.; grading and publish one. in the class. top ...
LANDS UPON WHICH TAX Incidental l Items. Length OQ95 Mattresses, *
, 11.110 miles.A 5
ES ARE DELINQUENT, more particularly After seven months of almost I "The of the projectwas mattress double & twin .. up
Proposal purpose Grey
Pecan Heights; Guaranty of
: Lot 13. Block 3. not less than Four2'995
S 55' E& W b y 100* N & S I In NE five percent per cent) of the total' daily work, 150 copies of the to expose the children to Early American Style Sofa. .. .
cor. of tract described as follows: 3 Actual certified! Bid.check'In, the form of either a gaily colored, magazinesizebook the of learning how "TERRIFIC. with foam White Satin Night Stand.
J acres In a sq. In SE cor. of SE 14 cashier's check, trust experience .. rubOQ95
of SW 'A Sec. U-1 -221 Lot !. Block 2. company of treasurers check, bank draft entitled "Interesting Stories books are produced," said Mrs. -cowthr, No Y. ru.ea ber cushions "Palette" style. OQOO Double Size Mattress Box
any national
S. 6.32
Pecan Heights N 75 ft. of or state bank, or a Spring with headboard -
Reg. 35.00 .
chs. of E 100 ft. of W. 3.16 chs. of Surety Governor Bid Bond made payable to rolled off the press two Ennis, who works for a neighborhood 5pc. Dinette Set & 1 Q95
SE 'A of NE V Sec. 27-10-22; Vi f acre of the State of Florida mus"
In NW comer of NE V4 of NW U as per In accompany each bid. A check or draft weeks ago.Proud newspaper, the Hyde 1VAK,5"A walnut! O COO Kincaid Bunk legs. ... .. l7
Deed Book 302. page 313. Sec. 24-10-22; an amount less than five percent parents snapped them finish Cherry Beds
Lot 4. Blk 11, Original Hawthorne. Sec. (S per cent) of the actual bid Park Herald. with two bunkies.
4-10-22.. Guaranty invalidate the bid. Should the BpJS up. The book is now headed fora Mrs. Ennis told Don McCabe MEMORABLE MOV1E.Crwf ... 65 Salem Maple Twin Beds.1.Ike new Odd Overstuffed $3 'U
Defendants. I exceed ten percent (10 9 995. P
. ...
cent) of the per second printing. like have '
h NOTICE Department's estimate, it editor of the ffcroW Tribune new, | Q95 Complete . .
will be design newspaper,
i corporations Interested reduced automatically to ten "All schools and classroomsare only 2 each 17 ,
To all persons and claim percent no per cent) of the Department's of the project and he vol. I SIG SHORE! WESttUTCT Baby Crib & 19"Apartment
lien
or -
In of or the having lands any described herein: have estim.te. Certified checks shall concerned with writing and Formica Top Table with 4 Mattress . t
upon any State of Florida's unteered to help ready the mY II AIDE 15IVAN Cannon ball Cherry Bed.
You are hereby notified that the City Stamps attached. Bid Bends Documentary reading stories," said Mrs. Kincaid. double dining chairs 7Q95
of Hawthorne has filed Its Bill of t. SRD shall conform book' for publication.But Size Gas
Complaint In the above named Court to Iler.6J) furnished Form wltll.1I4G (Rev. NoYeIno Jones, 27. "We just took ours a size. Reg 39'5 maple finish .... Stove 4
., foreclose delinquent tax certificates with Form.. tile. Proposal if life seems complicatedfor 74.95 . ... 7.495 \
Interest and penalties upon the parcel All work Is 'to be done tn little farther. McCabe, author Sarah En- burners .. t
of land set forth In the following with the Plans accordance The students collaborated in
schedule the aggregate amount of such clal Provisions of Specifications the State and Spe nis, 6, takes it in stride.
tax certificates. Interest and penalties. partment. Road De- "It's make believe she OPEN WED. 'TIL 5 P.M.
against said parcel o t land as set Plans indoOr Proposal NOTICE OF A PUBLIC: HEARINGThe just ,
forth in said Bill of Complaint being be purchased by Qualified Forms may .City Plan Board will hold a told The Associated Press. "The
set opposite such parcels In the follow- upon eppllcatlon to this office Contractors Public Hearing on June IS. 1964, at
Inq schedule. to wit per set Extra sets of for 151.50 1:00 P.M. in the auditorium of the
I DESCRIPTION OF LANDS .. AMOUNT bidders and plans Plans for prospective Utilities Operations Center, 555 Southeast NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I For Your Shopping Convenience
Lot 13. Block 3. Pecan bidders may be purchased for non- 5th Avenue. Gainesville Florida to REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME! ALSO A
Helohti $120,40 per set. Orders for for $20.60 consider: Notice Is hereby given that HORACE
55' E & W by 100" N & SIn should be directed to these the documents 1. A request by the abutting prop- ELLSWORTH. as sole owner, doing business 30 MIN. SPECIAL FREE PARKING I I I
NE cor. of tract describedas Contracts with checks Engineer of erty owner to close the alley under the fictitious name of Ells. ;
follows: 3 acres In a sq. State Road Department payable to the lying between lots 33 and 34, of WORTH'S VENETIAN BLINDS. 712
I" SE cor. of SE Vi of SW U (These charges include Stat of Florida. O. A. Porter Lands as recorded Northwest 23rd Boulevard. Gainesville Thomas
Sec. 26-10-22 S 52.70 Use Tn. No refund will be mad Sales,. and In Plat Book A. page 63. Florida, Intends to register said fictitious Dylan 602 S. Main St.
)
Lot ,. Block 2. Pecan orT right 'Is reserved to 2. A request by the boning property name with the Clerk of the
Heights 50-08 all bids. relect' any owners to close Northwest 16th Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida -
N 75 ft. of S. 6.32 chs. of STATE ROAD Street South of Northwest 45th In accordance with the Laws 6f the I
E 100 ft. Of W. 3.16 Chs. of DEPARTMENT Avenue between Blocks 34 and State of Florida.
SE '4 of NE 14. Section JOHN R. PHILLIPS.FLORIDA 35 of Paradise Subdivision as per DATED this 4th day of June A.D. : Phone FR 2.4379
2MO-22 S lS.21 JAY W. BROWN, State Plat Book A, page 4 of the Public 1964.
Half-acre In Northwest corner ,Engineer Highway Records of Alachua County Flori -Horace Ellsworth (SEAL) I II.oft'
NE Vi of SW '/ as per Deed (3404) 6:'. 16 d6(3397) Horace Ellsworth
Book 30%. page 313. Sec. 26- 6:8.9 (3399) 6:'. 14. 23 30. '
S use __ u u u
Lot 10-22 t. Block 11. Original 1 :00, 2:55 5:10. 7:00 9:10 II' '
Hawthorne. Sec. 26-10-22 S 61.39
In addition to the amounts set out
I, above In the foregoing schedule. Interest etaoap,* UBURBI !
and penalties. as provided bylaw
on such delinquent taxes. togetherwith r 1 DRIVE IN THIATKV4r DR/Vi4HTNrRE
costs and expenses of this suit. '' > gLMtHt MOtT Of Y r:4e
Including attorneys' fees are sought to ---- .1 1 H. fb.r..Read Rf.20 FR 6-5011 y'f6caaa' 'y. c, .
+
Show Time 7:30 c \a
a .,
be enforced and foreclosed In this suit. ; q ; .i
NOW! 3 COLOR HITS! ;
You hereby notified to appear II ;
are
and make your defenses to said Bill 'LAST 2 DAYS ::1:1I i iI ,>'1 .gr.i ,"6 wvAfd1..x t> f "a F.
of Complaint before the 13th day of I OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:45 p 'ya'b.2. ; :.:.a: q;
July. 1964. and if you fail to do so on fA MONDOCANE ', :.d ;
or before said date. the Bill will betaken I I SSurf'sp. SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 9:45

as confessed by you and you will I FIRST RUN AT 7:45 '>/ : *5n' x .,,, i
be barred from thereafter contesting
said suit and said parcel of land will II > ,) I TROY DONAHUEA ,
be sold by decree of said Court for "* ; )Alt I
non-payment of said taxes and Interest 'JIf' I Distant TrumpetShown Drivek
end penalties thereon and the costs of :

this IN suit.WITNESS WHEREOF. I have here- : fjft 2nd t P q f .,T F wv v qS vx _
unto set my hand and official seal of :I
said Court. this 5th day of June 1964. : 2nd Feature Frank Sinatra Dean Martin happily
J. B. Carmichael : A _

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