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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY .. 88th Year, No. .291 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1964
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.Will AidWorld MANNING WARNS Teacher Pay Cuts Loom for County I II I IBy




: CLIF CORMIER, Sun Education Writer $106 million. Manning said.. "It's the biggest Increase we've had since 1957.
Despite the largest tax roll increase over any previous:yearly "Although this is.$10,million higher than last year's $96 million What has happened is that we have been operating on a mar-
valuation since 1957, the School Board's 1964-65 salary schedule, roll, it ,will .result. in about a $250,060 School Board budget deficit gional basis for the last several years, using credit and our reserves -
faces a cut. ." Manning said. .
\. Johnson The brunt of the salary reductions-if they 'come to passwillbe Manning promptly scheduled meeting two weeks from now to "Meanwhile the school system was growing fast and all at
felt by the teachers, Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. said. try to iron out the salary schedule The meeting also will serve as once the buildup has caught up with us." .
Manning told the School Board at yesterday's regular monthly the opening discussion on the board's budget for the coming year. Manning said last year the board spent about $4.5 million of its
Urges ScienceCooperation meeting the new salary schedule originally' was based on Tax The superintendent laid most of the blame for the impending $7 million operating budget on salaries, the bulk of it for teachers.
Assessor J. Pierce Smith's preliminary estimate of 'a $115 million. shortage cf ,tax money on puny tax rolls over the past several This year, the board will require an estimated $4.9 million for
tax roll for the next fiscal year. years that,had not kept up with school growth. salaries.
But the tax assessor's figure since has been revised downward to "We are not complaining at all about Mr. Smith's tax roll," (See TEACHER on Page 2))
WORCESTER, Mass.AP-)
President Johnson said today .
many of the world's most urgent ." CLOTURE VOTED 71-29 "
problems will persist beyond the
cold war, and outlined a far-
flung program for attacking

them.He said he intends to dedicate

1965 to the search for new tech
niques to make man's know- Senate : FoesWatch

.. ledge To commemorate serve'man's welfare.the United Gags Rights

Nations' 20th birthday, 1965 has ,
been designated as international :
Cooperation Year.
He took note of that in a
speech prepared for commence-

ment College.exercises at Holy Cross VP Passage of Bill

"Let this be the year of science i-
let it be the turning
pointIn
the struggle-not of man 5I" q. 3 pX d_ Rb. > RsfS P b >a ? r, t3 0.. ). ,> Likely Next WeekWASHINGTON
against man, but of man against On Laos e a r 1y"70t'w. '
nature. In the midst of tension,

let us begin to chart a course (AP) The Senate voted today, in a
toward the possibilities of con- history-shattering move, to choke off the 75-day old
quest which bypass the politicsof StudiedVIENTIANE Southern filibuster against the civil rights bill.
the cold war," he said. Each senator's time to debate the bill and all amend-

"For our part, we intend to ments will now be limited to one hour. This appears to as-
call upon all the resources of Laos (AP- rt sure Senate passage of the far-

this nation-public and privateto UJS. Ambassador Leonard Un- reaching bill,' possibly before ate's debates limiting cloture -
work with other nations to ger said today that continuance the end of next week. rule was 71 to 29. This
find new methods of improvingthe of American reconnaissance The House the bill was four
passed on more votes than the
life of flights over Laos and fighter escorts -
man. Feb. 10 by a vote of 290-130. required two-thirds majority.
Johnson for the flights is still a
spoke of poverty, of The Senate has been battlingover
disease and of matter of decision between him Voting for cloture
diminishing na- it since March 9, with were 44
tural resources in enumerating and Premier Souvanna Phouma. Southern opponents mounting a Democrats and 27 Republicans.
menaces to man's welfare. Unger told a news conferencehe record beaking filibuster Opposed were 23 Democratsand
He said there is no simple solution expects to consult with t 7_ i \ yP r against it. 6 Republicans. One of the

of these problems. In the Prince Souvanna Thursday on ,. Republicans voting no was Sen.
The Senate's
4 public galleries -
past, he added, there would the flights when the premier returns Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the
were packed as the crucial
have been no solution at all; from an overnight trip to k' a leading contender for his party's -
vote cloture taken.
on was
but today, "the constantly un- the royal capital of Luang Pra- presidential nomination.
Tight security was maintained
folding conquests of science bang. Souvanna went there this 3
around the Capitol as additional Byrd began his speech at 7:33
give man the power over his morning presumably to brief
world and nature which bring King Savang Vathana on devel- persons. pressed for a chanceto p.m. and continued until 9:52:
get in. a.m. When he
finally quit, the
the prospects of success within opments.
The vote followed an all-night Senate took an eight-minute recess -
the of
preview hope. 'ambassador
com-
The was .
-- session of the Senate at which then went back into ses-
Among other scientific ad- m i ting on unofficial reports .
Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., sion. It had agreed Tuesday to
vansea>ttiat mentioned was a that Souvanna had said he want- 1 New Gainesville
Directory
i made a marathon speech at- meet at 10 a.m. today.
breakthrough, in the past several ed the American reconnaissance
tacking the civil rights bill and
months in the use of large- flights-which he requested Mayor-Commissioner Howard McKinney'center) accepts the first copy of the new urging his colleagues not to Since the adoption of the
scale atomic reactors, for com- three weeks ago-stopped today. Altrusa service directory from Altrusa President Mrs. Clara Gehan. Dr. Carter Os- shut off the debate. cloture rule in 1917, all.previous
mercial power. He said the development Unger said'he had no formal terbind, who helped plan the booklet, also received a.copy. See stories on Page 11. The vote to- apply the Sen. attempts to use it to cut off a
of the large-scale reactor knowledge of Souvanna's reported filibuster against a civil rights
offers the dramatic pros- desire to have the flights bill had failed.
pect of transforming sea water halted. But well informed
into water suitable for human sources said no flights had been County Tangles With Budget Leaders of both parties became -
consumption and industrial use. scheduled for today. ,; convinced in the face of
These sources said there'vhad: the all-out opposition of the Dixie -
been no plans for daily.flights jon y forces to the present bill that
School BItS an indefinite basis. They indicated i: By JIM McGUIRK Mrs. Bethea took office In Mrs. Bethea mentioned Archer An office supplies and print- debate-limitation had to be ob-
the purpose of the, reconnaissance Sun Staff Writer 1960, when one full-time deputy and Hawthorne as two polling ing total of 1000. The previous tained if the bill was to pass.
missions-to 'spot Some asked a little more, supervisor was assigned to the places wt ere the single ma- appropriations were $750 and
Woes Still Communist military concentra- some a little less, but altogetherthe office. A second was later add chine assigned there was not $1,000.A Just before the vote. Republican
tions-might have been achievedbut first eight departments ask- ed. The Count Supervisor of enough to meet the needs. legal expense budget of Leader Everett M. Dirk-
that further periodic flights ed some $280,000 as the Alachua Registration began handling the The changes requested by $200. No previous allocations sen of Illinois introduced the
With County might be needed for checks. County Commission opened bud city's registration system in Mrs. Bethea over last year were made for this.A leaders' substitute bill workedout
Souvanna indicated to news- get hearings yesterday for fiscal 1962. were: telephone and telegraphtotal with Atty. Gen. Robert F.

Bus transportation problems, men Tuesday that he had not 196465. She saId she hoped for five An additional deputy super- of $600. $600 and $200 were Kennedy.

a frequent headache for the given authorization for armed The head of each operation new voting machines now and visor, $3,600.A appropriated in the two prev- Overnight, the substitute had
Alachua County School Board, fighters to escort the photo appeared before the Commis- five during the next fiscal year travel appropriation of IOUS years. been revised further to include
returned yesterday.The planes. The U.S. decision to sioners with a brief justificationof to meet the voting demands. $860; The 1963-64 appropriationwas $100 for dues. The previous the jury trial amendment
board heard an appeal provide armed fighter cover for his submitted request.The The county currently has 74 $300, and the 1962-63 fiscal amount was $75 for both 1963-64 51-48 in the Senate Tuesday.adopted -
from a group of Flavet parents (See LAOS on Page 2)) Commission hear 28 machines for its 32 precincts. year was $400. and 196263.
who want their children taken more budget requests throughthe $10,000 for elections. This wasa The adoption of the amend
by bus from the campus to J. summer and hold a final drop from the $12,500 appropriated ment, sponsored by Sen. Thrus-
J. Finley Elementary School, IL S. lo GiveUltimatum hearing on the budgets some the previous year. A ton B. Morton. R-Ky., was cred-
less than a mile away. time in August. The County's No One Is Left $5,000 sum was used in 196263.In ited with winning some crucial
They also listened to an appeal fiscal year begins in October capital l outlay, Mrs. Bethea Republican votes for cloture.
from Grady Grrham, one The departments, and their asked $400 for a custom built
of their bus drivers, who claimshe requests, were: storage cabinet: $400 to repair Off-the-floor maneuvering con-
To and refinish the registration tinued right up to the hour of
was fired by Transportation On SUPERVISOR OF Fight BarryCLEVELAND
Supervisor Otis Bell "without CyprusGENEVA REGISTRATIONSupervisor counter and $10,000 for the five the vote.
new voting machines.A .
cause. Mrs. Alma Bethea
Both complaints were referredto (AP-U.S. Under- asked for $42,735, an increaseof Ohio (AP) President Johnson as a compromise miscellaneous budget item Animal Lab
the board's harried transpor- secretary of State George W. $11,010 over her previousyear's The annual Governors Confer- choice. of $1,950 made in 1953-64 for
tation committee Ball set out today on an emer- allocation.The ence, which has had all the as- capital improvements was not
mission to warn Greece But none of the GOP gov- Grant Given
of miniature requested this
gency
Floyd Price spokesman for increase would be neces- pects a Republican year.
and of the Johnson ad- ernors who had claimed thatGoldwater's CIRCUIT COURT
Turkey CLERK
convention ends
today with Sen.
a group of University of Flori- sary, Mrs. Bethea said, to cover
da students and parents told ministration's concern about' the costs of hiring a third full- Barry Goldwater galloping almost views are not in the Circuit Court Clerk J. B. Car- WASHINGTON, D. C. U. S.
See BUSES the Cyprus crisis. time and unchallenged toward the mainstream of Republican michael asked for $63,081. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat-
( on Page 2)) deputy supervisor buy-
Informed sources said Ball thinking wanted to take on the less thews announced this
ing five more voting machines.She GOP presidential nomination.The $702.25 than he got last morning
carried word that the United senator. that a grant of $111,516 from
said increased work loads 56th annual convention year.
Test Missile States, is ready to take sharp brought on by the County's hasn't produced a moderate Re- Latest to bow out was Gov. The drop, Carmichael pointedout the National Institutes of Health
measures their nature unspecified growth, and a new system of publican opponent for the con- George Romney of Michigan. He was due to special expenses had been approved for the expansion
Fires Perfectly -, o prevent the con- registration had caused a "dire servative senator from Arizona. announced through his press sec last year for capital improve- bf the University ofFlorida's
flict from degenerating into a need" for the additional worker. Former Vice President Rich- retary Tuesday that he would ments. animal research labo-
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE Greek-Turkish war or otherwise Mrs. Bethea said there were ard M. Nixon tried hard to stir not become an active candidate. He noted that the county's ratory.
BASE, Calif. (AP) The Air disrupting the eastern flank of times when her staff worked up a nomination fight that some Romney said he would accept a court work has increased some The facility, on Southwest 34th
Force fired a missile it pickedat the North Atlantic Treaty Organization "at break-neck speed, all night of his critics thought was draft, but ,wouldn't go back on 30 to 40 per cent in the last St. in Gainesville, Is operated by

random from among the na long, night after night" to prepare aimed at opening the way for a 1962 commitment to MichiganSee year, and said only part of this the UF's College of Medicine. It
tion's combat-ready Minuteman Before boarding a plane here, for elections. Nixon himself to run against ( BARRY on Page 2)) (See BUDGET on Page 2)) includes a primate colony.Drivers' .
missile bases. Ball told newsmen "it is utterly

The missile and its crew were impossible for war to break out
1 sent to Vandenberg for the re- between the two North Atlantic I
liability testCrewmen treaty partners because of the School Is Grim Warningdrenched
fired it Tuesdayand serious consequences this would
It lifted -perfectly and have for the whole free world." -
streaked west down the Pacific Ball, who has spent two daysat
missile range toward an undisclosed the closing phase of the U.N. By MICHAEL GENGLER said, more accidents are caused pavement served as
: target area 5,000 miles trade and development conference Forty drivers from Alachua by following too closely than "negative reinforcers" for potential .
away. canceled a scheduled tripto County went to school last night Financial' Losses, by any other violation. drunk or reckless drivers.
London to undertake his mis- at the county court house to get A new state law which re- After the film, Tillman warn-
sion in Athens and Ankara. tips on safe driving and infor Human Stake ,quires the motorist to dim his ed the class of the penalties
1(' Ball changed his plans on di- mation about the state financial Tragedy at lights when approaching within faced by drivers who fail to
from President responsibility laws. carry liability insurance on their
WHERE rect orders 300 feet of a car proceeding in
w.'" Johnson.He The traffic safety school was 1 his own lane was also reviewedby automobiles. If such a driver is
O FIND IT said he is meeting Greek conducted,by Lt D. L. Peterson permits some of these: drivers In Gainesville, an accidents LL Conerry. involved in an accident,
7' Premier George Papandreou in of the sheriffs office, Lt. Ed to choose between paying a fine causing property damage or per whether he Is at fault or not,
;' Athens tonight and win leave Conerly of the city police departor attending the school. U3- sonal injury most be reported The students next were showna he will be required to obtain
_. Comics! 20 for Ankara later in the night for ment, and George TuTman depdriver chooses to' attend the to the 'police. On fee h&nray, color film, "Death on the liability insurance for a three-
.;:._ ,Classified 21.23 talks with Turkish leaders. He uty insurance commissioner for school J. and does so, the charges only accidents causing.personal Highways" a grisly collection year period, he said. .
___;. .,Entertainment .. 19Obituaries is due back in Washington late the 'county. against him are dism ss d.: injury or damage In,excess of of pictures of accidents taken If he is at fault, the driver
-_. .. 2 Thursday to report to Johnson. The school's "student: body" After'' Lt Peterson checked fifty dollars must be reported. by amateur photographers and will also be required to obtaina
..:. 't. Opinion Page 6 He said his trip was not intended was composed of offenders roll a brief talk was given by Conerly said the greatest .put together by the Suicide release from all people injured
.Sports 13, 14Women's as a mediation effort who came before the Alachua Lt. Conerly on differences because of accidents In towns was Club, a Tampa-based safety or and all owners of damaged
,...:. ... 8, 9 because "this problem 'can only Court of Record.for minor trattween state and city traffic failure to yield right of way attic ganization. Dismembered limbs, property.See .
(See CYPRUS.. Page%) violations. Judge Ira Cartel Jaws._ Coaerly pointed out that iatersectiflB*. In rural areas, he charred corpses, and blood- ( DRIVERS on Page J)




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JACKSONVILLE (AP-Stud-) integrated sit-ins at St.. Augustine -onstrations in downtown St. Augustine Inless than 60 days the amount l lion and' :Shame. 'to hO:.JnIxe

From 1 ZONES ......... ied and cynical brutality was eating places. since May 28, when required for appearance bond, group' of _males_and=females,
Page B C D E F G H I-Scat- llsiralE used on civil rights demonstrators County officials had fixed gangs of white youths attacked from $300 to $1,500 or from $450 I juveniles and adults1 whites and
tered showers mainly in aft ;a jailed at St. Augustine in bonds at.$1,500 to $3,000 per per newsmen covering.an after-dark. to $3,000," Simpson said. Negroes forced to .sHare:::1heir
voters*this not to seek national office ernoon to night and Thurs ""' 9atrtR recent weeks, a federal judge'son.This m rcli.- He further ruled that detention use" Judge Simpson:saldl":

year. day, otherwise mostly fair. a declared.U. order was one. of three In ordering reduced bail of, juveniles "without bond I In..his o InjunctiQiiagamst: police

This announcement came aft- Low tonight in low 70s, high S. District Judge Bryan: issued by Judge Simpson Tuesday bonds, Judge Simpson said those or release was an arbitrary,and I interferencewith- -night
er Nixon said he had urged Thursday in low 90s. Variable Simpson made this finding Tuesday in St. Augustine's racial jailed are _Florida residents, capricious act of harrassmenl L marches,. the )judge"sauT the
Romney to run, and Romney 5 to 15 mile winds.A night as he ordered authori-friction. most of them employed in St and cruel and unusual punishment turning,,back.of Ifegfculemonstrators -
said he had been urged by some Partly cloudy this afternoon, s ties in the nation's oldest cityto In another, he rejected a request Augustine; yet their bonds were ," when :theyrlasl to
fellow governors to make the mostly tonight afternoon and Thursday thundertnowers., with Isolated Not a drastically reduce bail for 33:!i of the demonstrators to much higher than for out-of-state The federal judge furthercalled march downtown the-'night of
race and would consider it. much temperature change. Low tonight adult demonstrators and releaseto : transfer their cases from St. residents arrested in previous cruel and unusual punishment May 29 violated ,rights:guaranteed
knots winds.M to 95. Variable 5 to 15 their parents six juveniles.In Johns County Court to federal 'racial demonstrations there. i the practice of keeping ar. under' the"Constitution: !:

Earlier, Gov. William W. addition, the federal judge: jurisdiction. "The defendant Sheriff, L. 0. rested demonstrators an un S The judge'saId 1t wasj. jind'

,. Scranton of Pennsylvania retired afternoon J Scattered hours through showers Thursday.mainly Otherwise In- directed that any demonstratorsnow : In a third, the federal judge Davis, or the defendant county: shaded compound during the! ing that a grouP_Qt whites_which*
from the field after former Pres mostly fair low tonight In low in the St. Johns County Jailor lifted a curfew on demonstra judge, Charles C. Mathis, or the! hottest hours of the day with I jeered the marchers. and, attacked
t :'fdent Dwight D. Eisenhower put mostly 70s high east Thursday and southeast U to S 92.to Variable 12 mile 1 la any arrested in the future under tions. He ruled they can be held two of them acting in concert, temperatures in the 90s. newsmen, May: 28,"was! .

on a go-and-stop operation in winds.TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREJacksonville state trespass laws must not at any hour in the public streets apparently with the motive of "This place contained makeshift composed of armed't0ugh.{:and

: his behalf. Eisenhower urged High Low Preclp.. GAINESVILLE WEATHER be put in an outdoor compound,. and parks of the nation's oldest discouraging similar attemptsto exposed and inadequate! hoodlums, predominantly'youthful .
Scranton to make himself more Miami 'U 5 73 .05 "sweat boxes" or padded cells. integrate local places of pub- toilet facilities which were a I but with a sprinkling. of, old.
available, then advised the gov- Atlanta Tampa W is: -Municipal Airport readings "More than cruel and unusual] city.Police had banned night dem- lice accommodation raised source of humiliation, degrada-. er leaders." -
ernor not to join any cabal 90 66 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: "
New Orleans' 91 7} .07 punishment is shown, Judge
Boston N 54 94 at 5 low 67 at #
against Goldwater. I High p.m.,
Simpson said. "Here is exposed,
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in its raw ugliness, studied and Montana
This left Gov. Nelson A. Rock Chicago U 64 ALMANAC .
: efeller of New York as Goldwa- Kansas City 90 57 Sunset today ............. 7:30 pm. cynical brutality, deliberately] AlachuaCOUNTY
Denver 75 49 Sunrise tomorrow......... 5:28 I.rn.
.. : ter's only avowed opponent. Ft. Worth 96 75 Moonset tonight ............. <:19 p.m. contrived to break men physi
Los Angeles 66 53 First Quarter ............. June U cally and mentally." Buses r Flood Toll
And it was evident that none of Seattle 79 54 The planet. Venue which Is setting :
the other Nixon 4 minutes earlier each evening. might He directed Sheriff L. 0. Davis y e I
governors, nor CEDAR KEY TIDES
be seen near the Moon tonight. On
.. wanted to support him. Thursday High at 3:01 a.m. and 1:41 June 19 Venus will be almost' directly County Judge: Charles C.
Nixon, who flew out of town P m. Lew at 7-M a.m. and 9:M p.m. between the.. Earth and the Sun. Mathis Jr. and Police Chief Virgil From Page 1 COMMISSION ... Over 30

after his strenuous efforts to More About Stuart to set no higher than
launch a stop-Goldwater move- $100 bond on each misdemanor the board the Flavet children I GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP)
charge for the demonstrators. Park 'section of NW 23rd Blvd. and -Flood waters chased at least
.. ment failed, warned party mod walking to J. J. Finley school ProposalIs
.. erates that there is less than a Budget Work Most face three charges-trespass north of the campus faced peri-- NW 34th St, was opposed by 2,000 persons from their homes .
: 50-50 chance of preventing Gold- undesirable guest and con- Ions traffic getting to and from Studied homeowners in the area. here Tuesday night after leaving '
water's nomination.He spiracy as.a result of recent school. The county's zoning consultant 30 or more dead and hun ,

told a news conference 'in '- rom age 1-, The county commission yes- and planning board both dreds homeless upstream.Gov. .
Baltimore that if Romney fails I -2 D Last year the Flavet children terday took under considerationa recommended against the re- Tim Babcock estimated
to actively seek the nominationit is due to the recent Gideon decision $700.. $350 was last'years fig. attended Stephen Foster Ele- proposal to turn a four anda I zoning.Hope. damage from the flood, Montana's
under which many con. ure. mentary School and rode buses. half acre tract of Gainesville
will go to Goldwater on the I had wanted to put a worst, at $10 million.
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first ballot at the convention in victed criminals are appealing $1,200 for telephone and tele- Marchers But with the opening in Septem into a "Neighborhood Park." small grocery at the site. President Johnson declared sew
San Francisco next. month their trials. graph. $940 was the prior sum. ber of two new elementary The Park, which would include en northwestern counties a disaster -
Nixon said both Rockefellerand Changes in the budget requested .. $300 for postage and box rent. schools, the Flavet children play areas, would be developed area. I
Scranton are virtually out of by Carmichael were: $150 ws the 1963-64 amount. Bring NewViolence have been reassigned to Finley. out of land owned by In the northwest, hit first by

the race and his own prospectsare Travel for clerk and deputies, COUNTY SOLICITOR Under state law the school the Florida Forest Service on High Springs the three-day flood, waters receded -
remote. $300.. A $200 sum was appropriated County Solicitor A. Z. .Ad- board is prohibited from pro- NE 15th SL north of 23rd road. and rescue teams started
Nixon called his efforts to get the'.previous year.'- V kins Jr. asked for a $550. in- viding bus transportation for The Service has agreed toe Grant OkayedThe mopping up.
_. a governor into the race an at- $9,676 for office supplies and crease in his operation, which I' children who live less than on lease the land to the county if The Sun River crested 11 feet
=- tempt to create a "third force" printing. $10,000 was allocatedlast cost Alachua County $8,760 last : ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP- and one-half miles from school. it is used for a public purpose.A Alachua County Commis- over its flood stage of 12 feet at
between Goldwater and Rocke- year for the task. year. Gangs of screaming white men County Commission Com- sion yesterday voted a $4,000 midnight in this city of 70,000.A .
feller. Asked if he wasn't trying $100 for advertising. Nothingwas The changes requested were: and youths attacked white and Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. told mittee composed of Commis- grant to High Springs to match spokesman for the Air Force
to stop Goldwater after having appropriated last year. $300 for office supplies and Negro marchers with fists and I the parents the School Board sioners Edgar Leo Johnson and the same sum raised by that and National Guard's rescue op
assured the senator prior to the $250 for insurance. Nothingwas printing. $200 was spent last feet.in: bold defiance of the law will cooperate in asking the Claude Brandon working with city's Chamber of Commerce for erations estimated 2,000 to 3,000

::. June 2 California primary that appropriated the previousyear year. in this old city.The Gainesville Police Dept. to provide M. E. Liddop, head of the industrial and tourist promotion.The persons were evacuated from
= he wouldn't join in such a move, for this, but Carmichael $450 for a new electric type- slugging, kicking attackers officers at critical crossings Gainesville Building and Commission, which saidit homes here and in the flooded
Nixon replied: noted his auditor had recommended writer. moved in on their victims- ,on West University Ave.. Grounds Department, proposedthe was following a long estab- areas to the west and north.
:"' "Many Goldwater supporters a $160 yearly insurance The commissioners appeared marching two abreast on a but gave them little encourage- $3,000 park project. lished policy, agreed to help Tom Sullivan, manager of a
would so construe it. I don't"Nixon premium to protect against impressed by Adkins' argument downtown sidewalk-and then ment on providing transportation. Johnson and Brandon proposed -I the High Springs community in Red Cross shelter, said he had
':' said he was trying to mistakes in recording. for a typewriter: the county fled when policemen armed with that the county and city its effort to attract industryand made records of about 1,300 per.
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advance a candidate who would Postage and box rental, $1- solicitor's office doesn't have clubs moved in Tuesday night. each contribute $1,500 to the to draw travelers off new sons evacuated from homes
represent the principles of the 200. An $800 allocation was :one, he said, and they had been About a dozen demonstrators Graham, who said he has project.Rezoning. ,, west of Great Falls and from an
driven school buses for 14 175.The
: party as they are thought of in made for this last year. using one from his own office. were assaulted. The violence years, High Springs money was exclusive residential area surrounding -
told the board
that
Bell had
the industrial states of Michi- Repairs to books. Nothing was STATE ATTORNEY ended when marchers returnedto raised by its Chamber of Con: a country club and golf

: gan, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania ]- i asked this year; $500 was needed State Attorney T. E. Duncan, the church where they began fired parent him and on a he complaint had not froma been merce. course.
who serves the entire their protest. I
New York and California. judicial
: I last fiscal
year. circuit and draws "Despite what happened, given a chance to present his
= Nixon said he plans to meet As capital outlay, the Clerk money from we Bid
next week with Eisenhower. He asked $400 for filing cabinets,I each county in it, dropped his are going to continue protest-' side of the story. WATER TO FIRESun
:. said Eisenhower, who talked :il.OOO for sectional cabinet : request $1,223.28 to $7,184.28.The Ing unjust discrimination," said Bell said Graham had not Turned Down
with Romney at the conference, ; 430 for a electric previous year he was allocated the leader of the march, the been fired, but only suspendeduntil rays shining through a glass jug of water on the back
:- has spoken highly of the Michi- ;$writer> and a new type-! $8,407.56.Changes Rev. Andrew Young. the complaint could be The County Commission yes- seat of an auto caused a freak fire yesterday afternoon, the
for documentary
$1,000 a
gan governor. requested were: Young was struck in the brought before the beard/ terday unanimously turn e d Gainesville Fire Department reported.
stamp machine. $3-, No money was requested for mouth, knocked down and beaten down a request by local developer Capt. P. M. Boothby said the rays were focused to a fine,
758.25 was spent last year on office supplies and printing. Afl,178.28 but not hurt seriously. Wipingat Manning said so far Graham Norwood Hope to rezonean hot point when refracted through the curved glass and the

various capital improvements. $ amount was spent last a cut on his lip, Young had not been rehired to drive area from agriculture to water, causing a small smoldering fire in an auto owned by
MoreLaos COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT year. shrugged off questions whether next year. However there are business. Julius Bullard and driven by Ernestine Walker.
County Judge H. H. McDonald Duncan asked for two secre- he would ask for federal protect eight more drivers yet ,to be Hope's rezoning request for The auto was left in a parking lot at 811 SW 4th Ave. at

I IJ old: the commissioners he wrote tary's chairs costing a total tion.He named. the land, located at the inter- the time of the fire, the captain said.
up the budget exactly as he'd $140, and a table for his photocopier is an aide to the Rev. Mar- .
J From Page 1 Intended -if he had not been $40. His capital requests tin Luther King Jr., head of the
I beat for re-election by John L.' last year were $225.JUVENILE Southern Christian Leadership
the unarmed planes has stirreda Connell, now the County Judge COURT Conference, who was scheduledto FORECAST FOR
controversy in Vientiane.A elect Heading the juvenile court is arrive here today.

U.S. Embassy spokesmansaid The total request was $65,595.A one of the duties of the County Tuesday night's march, start 0
earlier the decision to provide $56,351.25 amount was appropriated Judge. Outgoing Judge McDonald ed from St. Mary's Baptist 88
fighter cover had been last fiscal asked the commission-to church, a few blocks from the
year. GAINESVILLENOW
made on consultation with 'Sou.vanna's Connell, when asked for his increase its expenditures for the downtown area. The target, as
government. juvenile operation from $31,270 in past marches, was the oW
comments on .the budget, said
'
had to $47,980. slave market in the city park
: Unger reaffirmed he consulted he wanted to wait until he gota
with Souvanna' regarding His requested changes included near the riverfront.
chance to it.
: protection for the reconnaissance see ; salary raises for all personnel Nearly 300 demonstrators
planes but declined to Judge McDonald's major new but the judge, plus the walked quietly downtown with- Two
.. elaborate. request was for $6.500 for" an addition of two more assistant out incident. As they headed great
"assistant to the Judge. Mc-
counselors. back toward the church S
Souvanna said he had proposed : they ran,
Donald noted you can't have an Changes into trouble. White marcherswere
that Laotian air force requested, and the
: fighters escort the American "Assistant',Judge," but said the previous year's allocat i ion, singled out. I
photo jets. new man would function as a were:* A big white man, weighing I
The Communist Pathet Lao :screen to sift "the: wheat from Chief counselor, $7,200, $6,920; about 230 pounds, pummeled to' lemon drinks
... charged in a Peking broadcast the chaff" of the judge's work- assistant counselor (Negroman the pavement the Rev. William-

that six U.S. jet fighters 'flew 'day.He ), $6,2001,649; assistant England, 33, Boston University I
.. over Khang Khay, the Pathet agreed with. Carmichaelthat counselor, (white woman), chaplain, who is white. The as-
:- Lao headquarters in central] the amount of courtworkhas $6,000, 4,240; two new assistant sailant then methodically kicked

Laos, and nearby Phong Savang : increased significantly in counselors, $9,600; secretary- and stomped the chaplain, stir
Tuesday and attacked Phong Alachua County. clerk, $4,800, $3,460. slumped with his hands. over his to cool that
Savang with 12 bombs and two The changes requested by Also: Travel expenses for the head.
rockets. McDonald were: two new assistant counselors, The thud of the kicks was

Prince Souphanouvong, the ,Clerks salaries, $34,560, a $1,800. punctuated with groans from q ;} DRINK k;
Pathet Lao leader, had been expected :jump from the previous year's Telephone and telegraph, $700, the victim. A slender Negro boy >LEMON
to complain further :$32,000 appropriation. $600. about 12 threw his body over '

about the reported attack today Assistant a new position, $6,. Conferences, schools and the chaplain. heat wa"! !

it a meeting in Khang Khay :500.. meetings expenses,.$800, $530. Policemen attempted no ar- 14-
with members of Jie three-na Equinment mainte nance. McDonald also requested, but rests of the assailants. K I r 1 1yx
tion International Control Com- $300. $250 was the prior amount. did not specify costs of equip- t rir sZa
n-sion! Soviet Ambassador Subscriptions and books, $150. ment that would be necessary More About ... NEW LOW CALORIE LEMON DRINK
Afanassiev and British this if a juvenile detention home
Sergei named for
:$300 was purpose
,,.. the perfect refresher for dieters and weight watchers. Delicious -
into
Charge d'Affaires John Denson. last were put operation. t
I year.Telephone
and telegraph, ALACHUA COUNTY CyprusFrom :- and fresh-tasting Low Calorie Lemon Drink has the same

More AboutTeacher $800. The county commission WELFARE AGENCY ; .y ,.: : natural fruit flavor as Sealtest regular Lemonade-but only 4

gave $700 for this last year. Executive Director Mrs. Lot- Page: 1 :3' b calories per 6-oz. glass. And, if s non-carbonated! A great cooler

Postage and box rental,. $700. tie Schafer asked for an in- a> from Sealtest. ready to pour.
$600 was the previous figure. crease from last year's $24,340 i be solved by the parties directly
S Miscellaneous, $3,000. $2,990 to $29,840. involved."
1 was last year's amount. Mrs. Schafer said the requested "Any solution will require a MrS
From Page 1 The ,court's request for various increase was due mainly to great. deal of realism and ge
captial outlay items such as pressure from the United Fund :erosity on all sides," he added.
"The biggest Item we face Board and civic clubs who
contribute
furniture, fixture and equipmentwas Earlier today, he scrapped a -
this year is growth, Manning
to the
"In 1 raised from $2,926.25 to $3,- agencies operaj!planned j major speech to the development -
explained. September we tion. : _
: will need 30 new teachers and 000. The conference, telling
contributors
are perfect-1 j the delegates of 122 nations the ** *#*
:. ,two principals. This tax roll CIRCUIT JUDGES'OFFICE ly willing to continue their con- ]measure of agreement was in-
will not enable us to spend more tributions, but don't want to see :sufficient to warrant reviewof
:Ion: per pupil expenditures, which The circuit's- newest judge, any of their money going for I their accomplishments.a
-means our quality of instruction ,J. C. Atkins Jr., appeared before maintenance and salary expenses .
=will remain at the same level. : the commission with a re- she said.
.- ." quest that was similar to the They feel this is the county's I Gainesville Sun
r4'L
= Manning said the lag in tax previous year's with additional I duty, Mrs. Schaefer said, and i 5- REGULAR SEALTEST LEMONADE
-roll valuation with school needs funds requested for his own asked the commission either to: Published evenings except .
Saturday and Sunday mornings .with the famous original formula that.tastes most like home-
was compounded last year when ,operation.The provide the extra money or an by the Gainesville Pub- I
i of choice lemons and sweetened
made. Made from the juice rob
= the board adopted a budget Circuit Judge operations answer she could give to the lishing Company ot 101) SE I yr, r'
which was based on a tax roll J in this county cost $13,215.16 contributors.Mrs. 2nd Place Gainesville, Florida, ;! just the way you like it, Sealtest Lemonade has plenty of natural ; 4-

: ,estimated- at $100 million. When J last year, and $17,968.22 is re- Schafer also asked for and matter entered at the as Post second Office class ot j' fruit flavor. And it's non-carbonated! So easy for you, too-no ; s

the figure turned out to be $96 I quested for the coming fiscal an additional full-time worker I II Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION : squeeze, no thaw, no mix. Just pour for refreshment!
t = million instead, the board had year. to handle the more than 50' I
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I RATES BY,
to use its credit to make up the : Each county in the judicial i nursing cases the county is: CARRIER OR MAIL I II
difference and postpone some circuit contributes to the maintenance ** **
c currently handling, plus ambulance Week .45 SEALTEST..mafces the difference Y ;z w
:, of its plans. t of the circuit court op service and burials. j,i 3 Mo*. $5.15 ,,
Miss Mary Earl Myers, Man- I ration. I The changes requested, and I All mail subscriptions must
: ning's finance officer, said Uor The only salary change was the previous appropriation, be paid in advance. I YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST- ; rr y yrxxk
teacher salary cuts become t the new sum for Judge Adkins, were: social visitor, $3,600, Circulation.Member of. Audit Bureau of I -.. r

:I> necessary they probably will be $1,636.50, and his secretary, $2 $1,850; convention travel, $200, : -
-jnade from among teachers :356.56. $150; rent, $840, $1,140; emer- the All mct property.rt.l contained of the GlinesvRfe herein' b .! INSIST ON SEALTEST
currently drawing the maximum Other changes requestedwere gency food vouchers, $18,000 Publishing Company (c) I'*C :
pay in their respective : $15,700; special medical cases,' "h Reproduction strictly forbidden In: whole without or :In part tile I z SEALTEST" DAIRY PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR '

ranks. Office supplies and printing, $3,000, $2,000. written permission of the publisher. 204 S.W. 5th St. Phone FR 2-2508 J Jto




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No date has been set yet on I formal review hearing before' employment of Massey's resIgnation -
the policy conference between I the commission. I'I'I date. ,

MEMPHIS AP-When Mrs. City Manager Bill Green and, Green said today that a program The programs refers to Earl
Charles Jensen looked into her Community Center supervisor of Community Center and Palmore as activities director
Harold Acosta and Recreation Recreation Center activities'of the Community Center and
i refrigerator and found a bottle
\. marked RocKeT Fuel, her in- Director Ray Massey. making no reference to Acosta Mrs. Rowena Green as youth I

4 vestigation turned up this for- Green said this morning the had no significant bearing on.director, omitting Acosta's \
either the status cf Acosta's name.
mula from her son Chuck, a meeting would probably be held I
third grader: later this week. -

-, "Stepe 1. % cup of baking Last Wednesday, city com-I.'
: ;: and stir minit. SUMMER TIME SPECIAL
powder a missioners
:fL "suggested" that the
"Stepe 2. One tabalspoon of trio meet to attempt to patchup FAMILYSWIMMING
oil it will fize don't
start to i
.- differences that led to Acos-
-- it.panik, put piece of meatal in ta's dismissal and subsequentDO I POOL

"Stepe 3. One cup of vinger : Big 16 ft. x 32 Ft
and beat water and put it in.I PEOPLE ACCUSE.
." "Stepe 4. Get some liqod YOU only $2966
soap and poar in. of Ignoring them? This could be due
"Stepe 5. Store in bottle for realize to a you hearing have.loss you may not Other Models from $1777.00 and up.
J" 3 day's and it will be redy GAINESVILLEHEARING
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Investigating officers said the driver of this compact car was saved from rE I
death by his seat belt after a high speed collision on U. S. 41 near Newberry ti I

by last Eddie night.Davis.The )drh-er'is in fair condition at University Hospital. (Sun photo


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SaverHis From Page 1
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fastened seat belt saved a I Tillman said some drivers,, The traffic safety schools have I Il It
20-year-old Naples motorist las t; particularly those in difficul!l been used by the Court of Record -
night after his car hit a truckas : economic circumstances, are! for four years, and are
he was attempting to pass: tempted to drive without insurance held every three months. Peterson -
.another truck on U. S. 41. on the theory that "you I, said less than one per cent
The accident occurred jus t can't get blood out of a turnip.:' of those who attend ever return
south of Newberry at about 9 I He pointed out that if a judg. to traffic court.
pjn. ment is made against an uninsured More than half of those attending By Popular Demand
driver, that driver's tags I
Deputy A. K. Adams credited and license may be taken away' were young people. Peterson
Kenneth Henry Hansen's seat away for the life of the judgment frequently said given that the youths option were of Neiv Store Hours
belt with his life. Han-
saving -20 years according to I
attending the school because
sen was in fair condition at Uni- Florida law.'Green.
"if you fine the young ones, 11 a.m.-II
.
this p.m.
versity Hospital morning.He
you are really fining their par- Meet or
suffered head
injuries. Belt' ents." The safety school gives
Investigating officers reported Beat All
law enforcement officers an opportunity
that Hansen was headed
to impress the young
north on U.S. 41 at a high rate Article Is people themselves with the need AdvertisedPrices
of speed and attempted to passa for safe driving habits. in
'
semi-trailer: truck in a no- But Tillman said that for meUrnvexsttmu ALL PRICES
passing zone. By WershowGainesville many, the school is "like water I Area ..
In to return to the
attempting GOOD THRU
off a duck. He said that he 1
lane he swerved off the S'.Sf/ I \W\OCv
proper attorney James does
not believe the school is
east shoulder of the right lane, Wershow has written a "Green "the answer" to traffic safety SORRY U.S. 441 South JUNE 13 j
crossed back into the left lane Belt" agricultural land tax article problems-because "there is no *,. _
and struck the southbound truck. in the current issue of the such thing as the answer." '
He collided with a truck driv- University of Florida Law Re- No Deliveries / ( \ \
en by James Clifton Bowers, a view. ,FRanklin 26333DON'T
Dies After
South Carolina truck driver. Of- The article rebates Floridaad t
ficers reported Bowers sufferedjnovisible valorem taxes to agricultural -
injuries. land taxation problems Ordeal on Raft BE MISLED!
The sheriff's office reported including "Green Belt" law in-
that Hansen will be charged terpreta tions. PRESTWICK, Scotland (AP)
when he is released from hos Wershow, who received two -A U.S. Air Force fighter pilot
pital.Jlassey. law degrees from Yale, is also who survived a crash and 13 We Discount ALL LIQUORS
president of the Alachua County -hours on a tiny life raft died to-
Farm Bureau.In day soon after being pulled from
FinedS7JOLAfter ,summary, he notes that the; Atlantic 420 miles off the NO LIMIT
rural,planning, such as "green Irish coast by the crew of the
I belting," and open space plan- weather ship Juliet.
ning is needed to provide ade- The flier was Capt James H.
Auto MishapA quate taxes to allow use of the Davis, 32, of Washington, D. C.
land for agriculture as metropolitan Capt. Roy L. Dehart of Oak
$70 fine was given City areas expand. Ridge, Tenn., an Air Force SPECIAL; 97c SPECIAL
Recreation ,Director Ray Mas- "As the urban population doctor flown to the rescue vessel
sey by City Judge Wade Hamp- throughout the country spreadsout attributed Davis' death to ex- ,
for leaving the into suburbia, a need for posure.
ton yesterday vital coordination is apparent He had been buffeted all night 1/2 PINT BASKET
scene and failing to report an CLUB FIVE FLAGS:
accident. among those who make the before his rescue by eightfootwaves .
laws, those who interpret the at a temperature of 36 No Limit Sale! '
The accident occurred shortly laws, and those who live by the degrees. .
after midnight on May 24 when laws," Wershow concluded. 400 VODKA
Massey struck a parked car Doctors Plan BOURBONS
from behind on West University
Garden Club
Avenue. GINS. 80 Proof
The recreation director said Picks OfficersAn Cancer TalksDr. WHISKEY
he did not realize the car was Reg. 4.19
stopped and after the slight collision estimated 90 members of Samuel Martin and Dr. BLENDS
he understood a motion the Men's Garden Club of Margaret E. Waid of Gaines 3.17
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4.95
2.77
Reg.
ville will meet with officers and
from the driver to mean that Gainesville attended the annual VODKAS 5TH
committee members of the Flo-
there was no damage and not club picnic Saturday at the
rida Cancer executive
Society
to bother stopping.
home of Dr. Donald Morrison
society Saturday at
James Fisher, of 1513 NW 5th Crystal M
Jr.New River.
Ave., said he had stopped to I officers of the club are
let his brother and his date out. Ralph Leighty, president; Dr. State cancer control projects SPECIAL J471Philadelphia
Investigating officers said William Pierson, vice president for the coming year and programs I
Massey's car left skid marks ; Cecil Mathews, treas- on public education, cytology i i
for 60 feet. urer; D. D. McGuire, secretary; personnel and a progress 90 PROOF
Judge Hampton fined Massey and J. W. Donahue and J. Louis report on the 1964 Cancer Crusade DON
$35 on each charge. Coker Sr., directors. j will be discussed.

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temporary suspension by cit y Friday night activities at the
officials. Recreation Center will be for e
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two weeks ago, the Rec, 10 p.m. The Saturday program I Mb. C
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equipment could be installed. The activities include ping f :L1gxMuu Pkg.
Recreation Director Ray Mas- pong, billiards, table games andy I 7 LB
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; t .:; :.Delaware's Williams Still 'Has Job to Do in Senate II



s i'.' : :By CLARK MOLLENHOFF keep it out of the newspapers." had made up his mind last' November ed to straighten out some issue, 'risers and gimmicks. doing on Bobby Baker will I
t J.CowIes Washington Bureau The! Bobby Baker investigation that he would not run but for the most part he will I As always, Senator WiT .ms probably provide information
t. I :WASHINGTON, D.C. In aWay Anti-Corruption CrusaderIn is one of those stories for re-election, and would simply -, rely on the reprints of some of 'will have no public relations man that will be worth writing aboutat i
, you might say that Bobby that Senator Williams couldn't go back to Delaware to en- the major articles that have :and no campaign manager. He least until the Republican
'. Baker has taken care of the Glare keep out of the newspapers once joy the life,on the home placein been written about him in ma- ;will work at his job of investi- convention.
f t J964 campaign costs for Sena-: Spotlight's he started the investigation last Millsboro and the summer jor national publications. gating corruption, take care of Baker, who handled more

l ,.( tor John .J., Williams, the cru' September. Seldom has a poli- place at Rehobeth Beach. I For a farm boy from south- :a few chores for the Delawareconstituents than $500,000 for the Democratic
lading Delaware Republican. tical figure been given more The assassination of President -ern Delaware, Senator Williamshas "and just depend Congressional Campaign
. I'(| I .At.a time when national a million dollars for either one the man who had the courage to space in newspapers and more Kennedy and some disturb- learned a lot more about !on doing a few things from time Committee when he was a key
} and state many' of those articles, and. Rockefeller start an investigation that- was radio and television time than ing developments in the Bobby political campaigning than some to time that some of the news- man in the Senate, has given
1I are moaning political about the figures would bid at least two mil- to force the Senate to take a the soft voiced 59-year-old Baker case convinced him that of the more sophisticated breth- i papers will feel is worth writ- John Williams a million dollar -
cost of modern high lion." look at the Senate itself."I man from little Millsboro, Del he should not abandon Washington ern who still spend most of !,ing about." campaign push he never intended
. the mild-mannered political Dela campaigns The 59-year-old former chicken always figured that if you His record as a crusader at this time for the quiet life their money on expensive ad- I And the research he has been to give.
farmer and grain dealer had to hire a fellow to help you government corruptionis of a man with a fortune thatis
wa Republican has been the hasn't, had a public relations get a story in the newspapers against well established, and he has; estimated to be about a mil
Subject of 'a million' '
worth of dollars man in his office in his 18 I and magazines, that it proba- been the subject of national lion dollars. I
r publicity. years-in the Senate, and he has bly wouldn't be much of a .publicity since 1950 and 1951 Initially, he planned to make TOWN TIRE CO.
Lengthy articles in Fortune never had a campaign mana- story," Senator Williams explained -when he first started his workon the Bobby Baker investigationhis
J and Readers Digest in,the last his philisophy. "I've al- the tax scandals of the Tru- last big expose''before bow-

( few weeks caused one of the ger.The most recent articles are so noticed that if you have a man administration. ing out of the Senate, but he BJEGoodrich 605 N.W. 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 6.9090 :
Delaware senator's colleagues only the ,last of a six month story with any real merit, But, there has been no set of concluded that the unsatisfactory
.J to quip: "Goldwater would give flood of stories paying tribute to that it is almost,impossible to circumstances that has boomedhis investigation by the Sea
I stock like his probe of the ate Rules Committee will not re- YOUR B. F. GOODRICH DEALER
Robert G. sult in the much-needed reformof
financial exploits of
What This Year's Grads (Bobby) Baker, the former sec- the Senate' that he- had hopedfor.
i : retary to the Democratic majority .
in the Senate. Never has His decision to run for office WEEK
there been a story with more again came on the wave of a THIS -

JCan in Salaries intriguing aspects than the fab- publicity binge that is the envyof
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Expect
who of his col
ulous story of the page boy nearly every one
while The articles are de-
became a millionaire.. .serv-. leagues.
- -
By- -WINFRED- L. GODWIN ing in an influential senate 01- tailed on his corruption fights,
the
t predecessors, graduatingClass ing pay a month. Accounting
y Director, Southern and they are almost 100 per cent
Regional of 1963.Beginning .
jobs were up $6 to $533. fice.The
is termed "the
lean and balding Delaware favorable. He
Education
Board As to the fields with the .
most
offers to this year'scollege and
"The" School of Mechanical senator almost seems to conscience of the Senate,
j seniors have just been jobs available; aircraft again
avoid
i and Electrical lean over backwards to the "one man investigating
Engineering of released by the College Placement led the 'way, although the increase a
State publicity. There is no flamboyant gang.
College of
(University Council in its quarterly was not as high as last language, and no booming He is the darling of the ca-
Kentucky) has attained
tional a na survey, involving '107 colleges year. The petroleum industry voice to rock the reporters or reer civil servants who object to
reputation. All the graduates and universities over the country jumped to second place, over the other senators out of their political tampering and are look-
have received jobs. and some 2,000 job offers electronics, in job volume.. lethargy. There is no great ing for an effective avenue to
"The average salary earned! to male graduates. Sixteen types Chemistry majors were in dramatization by gimmicks or tell about mismanagement and I
by these men at the beginning of employers were tallied, on demand, with their salaries tricks, and there is no effort to: political juggling ,in govern-
of their work is $560. per salary offers to seniors major- hiked $22 a month for the bach- provoke the controversy that' ment.In .

\ That was big news in "The ing in accounting, general busi- elor's degree and $38 for a mas- so often is used by political fig- Delaware his decision to
Lexington Democrat," June 1, ness, aeronautical,. chemical, ter's in this field. ures to gain attention. run for re-election was heralded Buy 3 tires at the prices shown

1903.This civil, electrical, industrial, and In fact, a master's degree to Often Senator Williams merely by the Republicans as a fore-
year's college graduating mechanical engineering, liberal this year's graduate means a slips some documents into cast of victory. Without John below.
set of 4 !
{ class can hope for' better pay, arts and biological sciences, neat salary bonus of about $100 the: Senate record in a quiet Williams, they felt they were get a complete

roughly in the $500-$600 a marketing and distribution, phy- over a bachelor's sheepskin. For way, and doesn't,bother to notify lost. With John Williams, they
month range. And they can look sical sciences and mathematics.The instance, in chemical engineering the press gallery. Usually, felt they were sure of the Sen-
forward to a small increase in overall.dollar. increase the jump from bachelor's to he has a carefully preparedshort ate seat. NEW NYLON DEFIANCE 110

'u I starting salaries over their thus far has not been as sizableas master's pay is $608 to $732 speech dealing with only As a crusader against corrup-
month. last but starting sala- monthly; in mathematics, $584to one phase of a corrupt or questionable -tion and mismanagement, Senator -
year
transaction. Williams knows that he I Exclusive B.F.Goodrich Tire
$734 and in business admin-
;
ries got a small boost in most BLACKWALL TUBELESS
He's Most of the release will must conduct his own financial
Failing fields. For instance, technical istration or commerce, $503 to press Protection Plan guarantees 3 TIRES 4th
and often in that is
I be dry fact figures, operations a manner TIRE SIZE
Fifth Grade jobs for this year's college grad- $620. I in chronological fashion, and above reproach. For that rea- every B.F.Goodrich passengertire EACH TIRE
Unemployment continues over
last uates are ,paying averaging$18 more$610 than a the South and the nation, it is I there will be only a paragraph son he keeps full records of all as long as it has tread! 7.50 x 14 $15.90 No chute
year
Tries
College or two of the .opinions and con- of his personal campaign contri- 8.00x14
true. But college trained work- $18.50 No charge
month; while non-technical jobs clusions of John Williams char- butions, and expenditures and .Tubeless tires
ers grow in demand by are equipped 6.70 x 15 $15.90 No charge
COCOA, Fla. ,(AP) Billy have shown only a 2.5 per cent year !acterizing the improprieties. channels most of the contribu-
f Green, who is, failing his fifth increase to 3.9 per cent'' last year. I Usually he understates the tions through the Delaware Republican with BFG's amazing new Pres- ..
grade subjects, is going to college -year; and non-technical, 1.8 per The last U. S. Census, com- facts and understates the con- organization where sure Seal. Keeps the tire unusually N'e eh AII&iclipiUlt.; for a wt of tow'
this summer. .. cent to 3.6 per cent last year. paring jobs in 1950 with 1960, 'clusions, and- where possibleasks he shares along with other can- Whj HO TRADE III REQUIRED

Billy, 12, scored 200 on an In. To draw a dollar and cents revealed that the category for the person or agency involved didates in general Republican tough and wear resistant.3FOU11.95uCH .

telligence test administered by comparison, college technical which college training is most for a statement of posi- advertising. I IAM
the University of South Florida. training will pay off about $100a indispensable showed the healthiest tion.But i In his own campaign, he. FOURTH TIRE..NO CHARGE
The genius category starts at month more than nontechnical increase: the professionaland reporters and senators expects to be well below the
; technical group. The South have learned not to be deceivedby $7,500 legal limit for spending. .en1....Mt LewitkA. M.M.IMtM M'M. .. er..M MIIn.IYwWh..F InIR M h... .__ _
t1
to the u. ......._ ,. i.p..pMM./ .004
140.County training college grad- .. M P...-.-.... K aA4 M....cau tw rar ." h..or.l.l"'Iww 11. nwn r M.r..-..a W raN '. ,M .y....N..
school Supt. Woodrow uate entering the job world this showed an even greater increaseof the well gauged understate- There will be a few hundred dol- r --- n.a1Iuu4w anr """" wwtlwrr *.s1.rwriNw.wM......._,. -J.1eednCII__.

Garden says Billy reads eight summer. persons in this category than ment of facts or conclusions. lars worth of advertising, per-:
to '12 advanced science books a Aeronautical_ and electrical j' did the rest of the nation 60 Senator Williams usually holds haps a couple of spot announce-
week but struggles with his fifth remain the per cent, or 10 per cent higher something back, with a shrewd ments on radio if they are need-
engineering highest
grade work, perhaps because it than the nation. knowledge of the fact that it is
categories, though they
paying
doesn't challenge him., The other important categoryfor good to.have one charge left in
not rising as fast as some
are
The board of Brevard Junior which a college educationhas the gun when you are hunting
and distribution
other fields.
College voted Tuesday, to allow Marketing become increasingly necessary -game that may strike back. s. .
Billy' to enroll in one course. jobs have led in salary, is that of managers and This year, Senator Williamsis ;.eY
Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William increases, up $26 to $491 a proprietors. ,These increased 7 running for his fourth termas
C. Green of Eau Gallic, month. Jobs in construction and per cent in the nation and an senator from Delaware. He 1
Fla, will take a mathematics the building materials field,
probably impressive 24 per cent in the ss
or science course. along with banking finance and South. i I1& S
"We want to determine what insurance, rallied from a late Thus job'prospects look good Earl C. MayRepresenting

kind of program he should 1963 slump to a small increaseover for June college graduates over
Garden.. last fall's offers up $25 The Life
i have said. the country, including theSouth's Equitable
j II j to $554 in construction and up record breaking 140- Assurance Society
III I $16 to $461 in the banking FR 2-3576 1 YV
000 bearers.
i I Son Forced group. new diploma ;

To Shoot Dad fi Humanities and social science V: ; .
II j
majors were getting better of-

i i LOS' ANGELES CAP-) .olice fers than their predecessors, QUICK IX t '
gay a shot fired by a 4yearoldboy drawing an average $493 start- 1 r'
: fatally wounded his father. 11
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The father Leonard Thierry, Oriental Case I ,. j
32, forced his son, Glen, to shoot t, : V
him after threatening to spank ; .
MACON, Ga. (AP) Police Y.
the boy with a belt, police re .
thought they were plagued withan ..4S l
ported.
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mystery they
!1 Thierry died Tuesday.He 1 w.
and his wife had quarreled began to look in to the case of (4 ;

Sunday night She left home. the elm trees.
Thierry asked two of the cou, Officers investigating v an-

f ple's older children to shoot him I dalism at a housing project F
where about 25 elm trees were t. 'a ARrC
in the head. They refused. "' C2.t
Glen also refused until threatened ., felled were puzzled when witnesses J.i2iL .
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with the spanking. young T .
I After the shooting, officers I boys did it with Japanese : rv +
found Mrs. Thierry and returned: sword. BY THE BAGFULL. c

J the children to her care. The trees were Chinese elms.

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3frw dark tmr ber. Thus, simple arithmetic sions which, though they are Democratic, Party- would ,

r JOHN*- bU heri R. FAT HARRISON COWLES President Vic rrttl4e end- SOUTH By ARTHUR KROCK establishes that, while the prompted by the highest considerations send him discredited into the

>t| ED JOHNSON. Vie Prultul An convention is still "open" (in contrast with campaign. But, like most of
'I. ud EseeatlT EdiUri W. G. (Hill WASHINGTON "open and may remain so by a the selfish interest of holding his predecessors, Goldwater
Florida's Beautiful ;: EBEBSOLE, Vice President sad A4- convention," which Gen. Eis- small margin until the ballot- onto office), ignore the disclosures has modified earlier proposalsfor

'University City' *+ 1.J0NEo nrU."c DlreeUri* PrctUcnt BOB sad TARTAGTU CUc Utioa -- By RALPH McGILL I enhower has been urging on ing it is closing fast. of political history. One the "implementation" of

Muuttr. Paliticr U. AtUaU.PrU Wlaaiaf(Ga.) CraitititUa PsbishctOt the delegates to the 1964 Re- This is the situation which disclosure is that the obliga- his philosophy. The following ,
publican national gathering, confronts the desperate and tion and responsibility imposed from Monday's Richard W i 1- t

THE SUN'S POLICY exists up to the time of the leaderless group of anti-Gold- by a presidential nom- son's column, which is syndicated t

balloting for the presidential water Republicans as the pros- ination are modifiers of posi- by the Des Moines Reg-
the fully and Impartially in the news columns. WhatDoes
1. Report news nomination unless one aspirant pect dims with each day of tions of the nominee toward ister & Tribune (and w a sprinted
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in--editorials.
', 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. already has acquireda holding together for perhapstwo public problems second onlyto in yesterday's :Sun)
majority. As of today Gold- ballots the minimum majority election to the office. The is illustrative:

I The Sun's telephones: All Departments-3728441Irresponsible HeMean water has well over 500 com- j of 655 delegates required other is that the power of a "The ,Goldwater who rodeon

Want Ads-376-4672 mitted delegates. ,Since this to "stop" the Arizona presidential nominee to set a bus between Los Ange-
i is more than 10Q short of Senator. The mounting his party's national policiesend les and Santa Barbara .was

a majority, the convention is improbability that this can be with his defeat, and are not the same Goldwater who

., ? still 'open' done, in combination with the transferred to its representatives seemed a year or two beforeto

I Propaganda fears of many urban Republicans in Congress.But advocate withdrawal from
HIS SHORTAGE could be reduced that they will lose their the last-ditch anti-Gold- the United Nations, breakingoff

The much-advertised :May 20 infiltration .- guarded that a small band of exiles to 30 this week and next national and state offices if water Republicans who con- relations with Russia and
of the 34 delegates it isn't accounts for much of cede the the income tax-
A business man of national at the meetings latter proposition do abolishing
: of Cuba band of exiles could not have landed under cover
by
a
Senator Bar- chosen in Florida and the hysteria which G 0 I d- so with a caveat. This is that, if, indeed, such a Goldwaterever
: under one of the most prominent of darkness just as small bands of stature talked of the 56 in Texas. And, there be- water's impending nominationhas if the Senator is nominated, existed. .ills speechin

: anti-Castro leaders, :Manuel Ray refugees escape by boat almost every ry Goldwater after the Cali- ing small question that the evoked. the Republican defeat will be ( Santa Barbara) was a

Artime, apparently was a complete week. What might have happened fornia vote. "The senator," he Texas delegates will be com- so sweeping that the Party's masterful exposition of firm

failure. after they landed is another matter. said, "undoubtedly means mitted, his shortage will be reduced THE REMAINDER is accounted representation in Congresswill policies in foreign affairs and

well. But he obviously is not at least by their num- for by two persua- shrink to a record low. how these policies might be

But this disregards the ever- adopted and exploited "with-
it is he
I Ray was arrested by the British on Ray declared last month that by at all "sure what present danger to Democratic out war." This phrase. .was

I a remote islet in the British Baha- May 20 he either "would be kissingthe means. BELOW OLYMPUS By ,n.enn. congressional nomineesthat repeated and emphasized several -

mas and fined 'for illegal possession soil of Cuba or the soil of Cuba This is a sound summing up is potential in the developments times.

: of weapons. His right-hand man would be kissing me." Did he really of the erratic senator from of the war in Viet
Nam. And it also disregardsthe ". .SOME. .WILL
: says Ray never got into Cuba be- mean this, or was it just talk? Arizona. The conservative say
voting backlash againstthe Goldwater is trimming. .try.
business community of this T I
cause of ,"the extraordinary vigi- country sees Mr. Goldwater as 1 President which could be ing to delude the voters or
lance of Castro's authorities." We are inclined to agree with an- an extreme reactionary. PaI created in communities that the fact he is so misunderstood

other exile leader, Orlando Bosch, $ throughout the nation by the is in itself sufficient

The Castro militia may have been who said of Ray's escapade that LEADERS OF A mer i can enforcement of the pending reason for not sending him
bill unless its White House. B t)
equal rights to the ( u
more vigilant than usual in view of "there has been considerable irres- business know very well they
of federal is who
vast grant power The John F. Kennedy
the widely broadcast declarationthat ponsible propaganda from some would ecutive not who put talks up so with much an andso ex- 1 yU fundamentally restricted be- ran for the presidency was not

to land. Yet it in advance what fore In either he who in the
Ray was going groups telling they vaguely as the senator. He passage. even- quite ( ) ran

seems hard to, believe that 2,500 would do to overthrow Castro; Ray's frightens them with his con tuality, and certainly in both West Virginia primary. .Nor

miles of shoreline could be so well case is a ,,pity." fused, ambiguous "solutions." Goldwater could be defeatedfor the John F. Kennedy. .in
president, and the Repub- the White House in 1962. .
He scares them with his unclear
talk about sendingin lican Party gain many seatsin the same (who) campaignedfor

Marines, quitting the U.N., Congress. the presidency on the
,Pennsylvai lia Aiue :. using atomic weapons, and J shaky ground there was a
"*f ., THE CLOSER the Arizona "missile gap" and the country -
with his many "explanations"and ,
: The proposal to widen, rebuild and traditional' ceremony- be-witnessed .charges of being "mis Senator moves to the point of was lagging behind" Russiain

: develop Pennsylvania, Avenue in by more of the citizens. quoted." nomination, the more visibleis Gov.other Scranton respects. is under

: Washington! D. C., into an impress The senator's campaign has the modifying influence criticism for awaiting convincing -

sive ceremonial avenue probably will The present appearance of Penn- been covered by journalistic which the presidential choiceof proof that Goldwaterter

sylvania Avenue does not detract professionals. Some ad m i r e a major party has usually will not accept the rea

:.. be criticized for its costly, non-utili- from the impressiveness of the pa- him, some don't But none exerted on its recipient. He sonable restraints imposed by

I tarian aspects. rade or the significance of the cere- has any wish except to report has not receded from his basic national responsibility on the
and to interpret what he says.It philosophy of government. implementation of his philoso-
mony. Nor would any elaborate redoing certainly is not their fault if Those who demand that he phy. But, unlike some of his
It does have some of the Roman of this avenue of the presi- the senator verbally shoots do this-including a large ma- critics, Scranton has not

circus implications of ostentation dents enhance it. from the hip and delivers him jority who in any event will been stung to bitterness by the

: that are usually equated with mon- self of ill considered, not- "No kidding. I'll be able to fill out my unemploy! continue their long affiliation frustration of a passionate am.
At.the.same time it is understandable well-thought-out-conclusionsThis ment-compensation form in three languages." with the "liberal" wing of the bition to be President
: archial extravagance. Reserve, sim- is the senator's responsi

plicity and utility have been looked that advocates of the proposalare bility. He is a national figure.

: upon (fictionally, perhaps) as more nue should anxious be that a monument Pennsylvania as well Ave-as There responsibility is every reason from to him.expect URGES CIVILIAN CONTROL OF NATO J

characteristic of a democracy.But just a thoroughfare.We Yet we do not have it, and
..
have not had it

democracies survive on tradi- with both the Statesmen and Soldiers .
agree goal and WE HAVE, instead, a man
tions and symbols representing their the motivation. The hundreds of who is complaining about the

hopes and ideals in much the same thousands of citizens who visit the "slanted Eastern press." Thisis

way other social and governmentalorders capital every year are the best evidence on the face, a demagogic 3faui $nrk i eimra de Gaulle NATO's odd man This question inside NATO's NATO, as In the nation states
statement The vast
have in the past. of the public's interest in his- major- out, to stress the point. De international organization, of which De Gaulle was writ
of California's also
toric sites and traditions. ity was against the senator.press This By C. L. SULZBERGER Gaulle wrote in "The Edgeof resembles the argument be- ing >

Pennsylvania Avenue is one of included the of PARIS As his final con- the Sword": "Soldiers and tween national governmentsand "As -
newspapers things go now, soldiers
statesmen do have to collab- national staffs
general so
those symbols. Nowhere else is the Nothing in either the proposal or the major cities of that state. tribution to NATO the retir- and statesmen rarely
ing Dirk orate, whether they like it or familiar in the history of
continuity of government through the objective that the They did not make their decis- secretary general, find themselves working to
requires en- Stikker has warned that the not, and wisdom dictates the some European governments'
administrations ion early. They did so only gether for a common end, and
changing dramatized tire program be undertaken or com- Alliance must be reformed to advisability of a compro- .
after heard and
better than it is each four having seen mise. It is the duty of both have little knowledge of one
years pleted in wholesale fashion. But a the senator in action. They insure greater civilian con Obviously Stikker will not another's activities."
sides to act in concert.
when elected travels its trol the military. Like
president over
an
planned development offers more as- were dismayed. They were be able to achieve basic
pavement from? the oath taking at surance that as. it ''is completed step not so much for Governor any good democrat he is wor- But De Gaulle also warn reform on this issue any beforehe Stikker would modify that
Rockefeller. Their ried about the tendency of ed "It is fact that the last For him it is the
the Capitol to the White House. No- by step it will answer the supportwas : a phrase.
purpose like much of the vote soldiers 'to seek ascendancy army finds it difficult to give yields office; but he is alliance's statesmen who
where else can portion of that the planners have in
any mind.
beyond their due. doing the Alliance a serviceby
for Rockefeller, negative.But unquestioning support to the sometimes "Have little knowl-

the press of California During his round of farewell civil power. . Historycan making this the subject of edge" of the activities of

Is not "Eastern." calls, Stikker has been show innumerable instances his valedictory. For, in the Alliance's soldiers.

advising Western leadersthat in which a quarrel
THIS IS BUT one example, NATO's administrative between the politicians and

and a minor one, of why a structure requires changes to the army has been the direct
Voice of the
People great many persons are uneasy increase the power of civil cause of disaster." MemoFrom I

J JOn about Senator Goldwater. ians. His principal recommendations Washington
It is, nonetheless, in the may be summa FOR SOME years NATO

Page-I I pattern of all the loose talk rized accordingly: leaders have uneasily suspected -
> The Sun's
Opinion about sending in Marines, that the Alliance required the Cowles Washington Bureau

abolishing the Social Security 1. A REPRESENTATIVEof organizational
Opinions. and comments of Sun readers are .welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters system and replacing it'with a"voluntary" the secretary general should ,changes to guarantee FORECAST: Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D.-Mass., returned
be signed and bear the writers
must address. Names will b.'withheld if requested. A letter should civilian control. One who felt several days ago from a trip to Europe in behalf of a scholar.
not exceed 500 words end must''writtell on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot .. used Th. organization, urg- attend all meetings of the
Sun reserves the right to rel.ct.nv letter or to shorten, without changing the writ.,', meaning or"intent. ing a reorganization of the military standing group in this strongly was a militaryman ship program. He was accompanied by a Boston newsman.As .
U.N. or departure from it, "af Washington. The standing General Norstad, for- their airplane neared the U.S., Kennedy said "I've got I

firmative" action in Viet Nam group, comprising high Amer- mer North Atlantic comman- bad hunch that we're going to hear .some bed news when we

Build IntegratedMotel facilities for colored travelers Not only did the U.S. desert which will resolve that con; ican, British and French of-1 der. get in." When they landed, Kennedy was informed that his

without pointing a gun at the our friends after forCing met, and other ill-thought-out fivers, meets with the chair- wife had just had a miscarriage, and the newsman learned
Chain? back of the Stikker appears to believe that his brother had died.
owner. them into a coalition government undefined or unexpla I n e d man of NATO'smilitary com- just
Of course the big objection that the standing group, that I
but
Communist statements of policy. What with civilian
mittee-but
EDITOR Sun In the no inner trio of Western officers
: mat- might come from the Kings .
,
troops now come through sort of "voluntary" system
present.
ter of civil rights there has dangerous amount of
are the Farmers and the white a
Laos to kill Americans in would replace Social Security POPULATION REPORT: Greeting Ireland's President De i
many of us who applaud the members of CORE who now South Viet Nam.: It may be ? Would we really care to 2. A national military ex- power. The standing group Valera at a White House reception, President Johnson called
avowed purpose and aims but profit from the status quo. said that a coalition gov- be isolated from the rest of pert should bep laced under can now meet and draw up his attention to the large number of Irishmen on the premises."I .
believe that the road vital which
cannot military plans
JOHN W. HASTINGS ernment was the only possibility the world by withdrawingfrom each nation's ambassador onNATO's have heard it said that there are more Irishmen in the
to accomplishment is by the the secretary, general andNATO's
of saving Laos, and the UN? Could ,we get council. The ambassadors White House than people," said Mr. J.
of law in civilian machinerynever
especially Viet Nam
Same
way : that otherwise Americans along without income tax? could then fully
view of the fact that in states see until they are in
understand the technical im- .
would have had to Painful as it is what is
Old fight in a
which have these laws the relations Errors? plications of point final form-too late for con
between the races are Laos. As we see now, first fairer tax? raised in their every meetings. structive commentThe REALISM: For whatever importance it may have in your

worse and more dangerousthan EDITOR, Sun: It was not it was not even a, possibilityof What the truly conservative reading of news dispatches be informed that when the Na-
in those which don'tIt simply the pressure of Red saving Laos. Anyone who Republicans now will do is 3. The secretary general military has too heavya tional Press Club, to which most Washington reporters be-

would seem to me that Armies, either in Laos or on could understand the situa- anybody's guess. The odds are himself must be grantedmore specific gravity in NATO. long, mails out notices that are considered of unusual Importance -
its ation, who knowns the his- The habit There are some 90 uniformed it uses envelopes bearing a bright red
bulletin
those vocally dedicated to the borders that led leftists in they can't do much about it. power. :
tory of Communist: should be established of Informing representatives of SHAPE "Attention! Open now-this is not bilL"
cuase might better put their Laos willingly to enter a coalition opera- Mr. Eisenhower certainly did a
tions and tactics, knew that him of all bilateral headquarters and the differ
money where their mouth Is government with the nothing to stop Goldwater. At
this another ent allies governments InNATO's .
and do something constructive Communists They did this at was step toward last moment he assisted the accords and conversations
the Bois
which might point the the very time the proWesterngroup the Communist domin- senator to underdog sympathy between NATO governmentsthat building on know THE NEW CULTURE: Under instructions from Lady Bird
ation of de
Laos.
Boulogne. They
way. I would suggest that would not join it The support by stating that he, Mr. in any way affect West- that takes Johnson, White House workers have taken down three largeoil
placeon
since the accomodations and leftists could also have held Second, any place-that one Eisenhower, did not at all intend ern defense. This is not now everything the civilian side. But there paintings-one showing a sau- ra naval fight, the others
-fair employment sections are out if they had wanted to. decides to stand against the to read Senator Goldwater done and individual allies is reciprocal civilian ob- showing a relief mission to Russia-and substituted ((1) a
no
perhaps the most controversial Why did the proWesterngroup Communists can be a place out of the party. sometimes share'defense se- the military Frederic Remington painting of two cowboys, and (2) a
t it would be a splendid enter the coalition gov- where someone can : crets not confided to the Alliance server system among Charles Russel picture of Indians and a Teepee. _
say above all in the standing .. .
,
gesture L if such vocal proponents ernment in Laos? They were What do you want to do, in- MR. EISENHOWER said as a whole. .

"' as the Kennedy, John- forced into it by the United volve us in a war? As a matter he, too, had been misunder- group. .

sons, Peabodys, Rockefellers, States Government The of fact, we are in a war stood. Certainly; there was SINCE .ST1KKEK is sched- THERE HAS been occa- STORY: They tell it in the Pentagon: It was after Sen. Gold-
j ",NBC, Life and Time, the NY Communist were happy in Viet Nam- although we no desire to misunderstand uled to give up his present water had been elected President. War broke out, and Gold-
Times and others might forma about the arrangement The give the Communists a privileged Mr. Eisenhower. His word post on July 31, handing it sional discussion of the wisdom rater summoned the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffto

I corporation and build a U& withdrew its military sanctuary in Laos picture of what a progressive over to Manila Brosio, Italy's of bringing the standing the White House to discuss strategy. "Now the'first thing

chain of Integrated motels, advisors, but the Communists from which they kill Americans Republican should be fitted .most distinguished post-war group to Paris from Washington you must do," the President said, "is wheel all the wagons
complete with eating facilities have kept foreign troops in Viet Nam. the senator about like a beach in order to tie it in Into a circle ."
barbers shops and integrated there. robe ambassador, nobody can accuse -
on a jay bird, but Mr. more closely with the Alli
t management and help The Communist continuedto Third, the Asian members Eisenhower seemed disturbedthat the retiring secretary ance's civilian structure. In

Let them compete with ex- tighten their grip on Laos .of SEATO wanted to use it was interpreted as any- general of seeking personal his farewell discussions < 4 .

isting facilities advertise that until today they have it in Asian troops with U.S. advisors thing but a perfect fit Thereis authority. What he wants is Stikker does not seem to --fl; .."

.they are open to all and by their grasp. In the Geneva to fight in Laos, but mystery in this. to restore a balance within 'have emphasized this. He Is "-' .1f/_ r" h1--

", example 'show us how wrong agreement ue in effect the U.S. refused to permit it This may be, for the GOP ',the Alliance that has been less interested in the g'e o- r 0: -:...; __ ,
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.. .. .
'we are. If they''drew:! the business agreed to desert Meo tribes- Will we learn from the history at least, a sort of destiny. It gradually tipping toward the_ graphical whereabouts of .

there is little doubt that men whom we had trained in Laos, or make anew- would be 'an inexpensive con military.He the Alliance's military planning -"* -.: r .' -' ;;-?.. : ....,1 -'-.:;f", .......*_

the others would follow. At and now the Meo are paying trial of old errors in S. Viet vention to nominate him on is convinced that civilians center: than in ,insuring, I.. ';trt-- .... -- P -....-

,least it would give the cuStomer dearly. for their, ..antiCommunist Nam the first ballot and then go and soldiers must work that it .can do nothing with- ._ "J .
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I 6 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 10, 1964 .
___
I Il at her home. Mrs. Knowles' from Archer will render a mv

CONSCIENCE COLORED NEWS friends hope that she will soon sical program at.the Mt Zora I

l be well again. Baptist Church Sunday at 7 \

p.m.
(lamosiritte Sun OF For an evening of fine entertainment
B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor I
; SLATES MEETINGThe : plan now to be pres

_,.. FAMU REGISTRATION ter, Mrs. Ann Jason, 'whose ent. Rev. LeRoy Thompson,

THE condition was reported as some- ,City wide MissionaryBand pastor; Robert Williams, re- l
t
....t p. TALLAHASSEE Saturday, what improved.Mrs. will meet at the Bell's porter.
l Aug. 15, is the last day for students Nursery School on Monday at
Alice Anderson left
l Meg. .... frlblUfeen PAT COWLES. Vie Prel&SOUTH to make application for yes 4:30: p.m. Mrs. E. T. Bell, pres-
'' for Ga. because
t terday Macon
denti ED JOHNSON. Vie* ,
-eJ ..,.., F. D. Shannon, re-
I
admission to the first trimesterof ident Mrs.
Florida's BeautifulUniversity and ExeemtlT EdtUri W. G. (Bill) of the illness of her brother. ; BIBLE SCHOOL
t EBEKSOLE Tie President and AdTtrtlitBc the academic year 196465at porter.
Mrs. Ann Rivers of Tampa,
xrvt = City' *J' UONE. Vie DireeUrt President BOB and TARTAG-Ctretl- By RALPH McGILL I Florida A&M University, according -who has been visiting here for The Vacation Bible School
Palitier Prix wla.lnd Pibltefcer at the Mt Carmel
has
.... ti.. Jlaaaaer. .Of tbs AtUmU. (Ga.) CB titBtlM to an announcementmade the past two weeks, flew yester- begun
n: today by Edwin M. 'day to her home. CHOIRS' FESTIVALThe Baptist Church each day from
di THE SUN'S POLICY Thorpe, director of admissionsand 8:30: a.m. to 12 noon. Mrs. Es-
sun records. Miss Estella Dennis, of Ocala, Choirs' Festival meeting: ther Hamm, reporter.
'I I ... 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. WhatDoes passed through Gainesville yes will be held at the Zion Temple:
I --- 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. at
Dormitories for all students terday en route to visit at the A.M.E. Zion Church Sunday

1 I ..... .., ;... 3. Publish all sides of important controversial: issues. !will be opened on Monday, Aug. Florida A. and M. University of 3 p.m. Mrs. Mary DeBose, president CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt.

'. ; The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 He 31, at 2 p.m. for the first tri- Tallahassee. ; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re-',

":. :. Want Ads-376-4672. mester of the ensuing school porter. Carmel Baptist Youth
James Stewart and others
year..The first meeting of classes Forum today, 7:30 p.m., and
'. .: will be on Monday, Sept. 7. whose names were not avail- also both Choirs No. '1 and 2
able, attended the Annual Con- PROGRAM PLANNEDThe will have their rehearsal 8
p.m.;

I : Irresponsible Propaganda Mean? Church ference at for Bethune the Methodist- Cookman Religious Choirs' Union and there will be Teachers'

TALLAHASSEE Admissionat I will present its program, en- Meeting tomorrow 730; p. m.
A : The much-advertised May 20 in- guarded that a small band of exiles Florida A&M University for I College week. at Daytona Beach, last titled "Choirs In Parade" at Rev. T. A. Wright pastor; Mrs.

filtration of Cuba by a band of'exiles could not have landed under cover A business man of national examinations for new studentsthe the St Paul Baptist Church Esther W. Hamm, reporter.

E under one of the most prominent of darkness-just as small bands of stature talked of Senator Bar- first trimester of the 1964- Monday, June 15, at 8 p.m. Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will again
Goldwater after the Cali- 65 school term will be administered Rev. H. Floyd, pastor; Deacon have their joint rehearsal Fri
fc : anti-Castro leaders, Manuel Ray refugees escape by boat almost every ry at SPECIAL NOTICE Robinson Mrs. 8 and will sing Sun
Tuesday, Sept. 1, 3 Tom president; day, p.m.,
"The senator he .
fornia vote. ,
lee Artime, .apparently was a complete week. What might have happened a.m., Edwin M. Thorpe, director There will be a meeting held Beatrice Neal, reporter. day.
after landed is another matter. said, "undoubtedly means
o failure. they of admissions and records, at the Church of God by Faithon
Emanuel Baptist-Choir No. 1
well. But he obviously is not
V'tl announced today.Orientation .
June 15 at 7:30 p.m., so plans will have its rehearsal tomorrow

Ray was arrested by the British,ont Ray declared last month that by at all "sure what it is he for freshmen and might be made for recording a DAYSVTLLE NEWS 7:30 p.m. .

a remote islet in the British Bahamas :May 20 he either "would be kissingthe means. new students will be held Tues spiritual album. Men and Women's Day

t and fined for: illegal possession soil of Cuba or the soil of Cuba This is a sound summing up day through Sunday, Sept 1-6, All interested persons are ask Men's and Women's Day ob- day Johnson School Chapel, 9:45: a.m.Baptist; Baptist-Sun

1 of weapons. His right-hand man would be kissing me." Did he really of the erratic senator from he said. These students will register -I ed to contact Horace McKnight, servance will be held jointly at Training Union, 6 p.m.; and the

j says Ray, never got into Cuba be- mean this, or was it just talk? Arizona. The conservative on Wednesday, Sept. 2. I IV, of 306 SW 8th Ave., Gaines The East New Port Baptist Friendly Choirs' Union will render
I business community of this ville. Vivian Roberts, reporter. Church on June 14. The sched-
-
cause of "the extraordinary' vigilance a program, entitled "ChoirsIn J
sees Mr. Goldwater as ule of services is as follows:
country
of Castro's authorities." We 'are inclined to agree with an- Parade" Monday, June 15, at
extreme reactionary. School 9:30 the
an PERSONALSMrs. Sunday : a.m.; "
I other exile leader, Orlando Bosch, NOTICE First Morning Star Baptis i t 8 p.m. Following the program,

The Castro militia may have been who said of Ray's escapade that LEADERS OF A m e r i can Willie Mae Roberts attended Church will conduct a joint there will be the election of of.

t more vigilant than usual in view of "there has been considerable irres- business know very well they the graduation exercisesat The listeners of "Your Spir. service at 1:30 p.m.; refreshments ficers. The Sunday School and I

declaration from would not put up with an executive the Melbourne High Schoolof itual Breakfast" will be heart I will be served at 3 p.m.; Baptist Training Union Congresswill
the broadcast ponsible propaganda
widely some who talks so much andso which her niece, Miss Rose over Radio Station WGGG from I and Rev. T. D. Davis and his be held Thursday. 8 p.m.;

j that Ray was going to land. Yet it groups telling in advance what they vaguely as the senator. He Esther Daniels, was a memberof 7 p.m. to 7:30 each Sunday., congregation will also conducta and there will be Bible Study

f seems hard to believe that 2,500 would do to overthrow Castro; Ray's frightens them with his confused the graduating class. Horace McKnight, announcer. joint service at 7:30 p.m. Friday 8 p.m. Rev. W. J. Tay-

miles of shoreline could be so wellPennsylvania case is a pity." ambiguous "solutions." Miss Daniels plans to pursuea Mrs. C. W. Wright, reporter. Jones, reporter.

1 He scares them with his unclear business course at Cocoa. Archer-Church of God in

talk about sendingin (Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, re CONVALESCINGMrs.
SPECIAL NOTICE Christ-Sunday School, 10 a.m.;
Marines, quitting the U.N., )
I ) porter.
Avenue
11:30
morning worship, a. m.;
using atomic weapons, and Sussana Chisholm, ol I: The St. Paul Memorial Cemetery Workers'
Miss Hall and Miss Ann Young People's Willing
Mary
with his many "explanations"and N.W. 6th Ave., who is ill, was i monthly meeting will beheld ,
The proposal to widen, rebuild and traditional ceremony be witnessedby charges of being "mis Mills, both of Deland, were reported improving.Mrs. at the Hall Chapel Church Meeting 6:30: p.m.; and evening
of Miss Mills' relatives worship, 8:30: Elder Days,
Avenue in more of the citizens. quoted." guests p.m.
develop Pennsylvania Sunday at 3 p.m.
here yesterday.Mr. Alberta Tillman, whois I pastor; Mrs. Ruth Jenkins, re

Washington, D. C., into an impres- The senator's campaign has ill, was reported as improv, All interested persons are in porter.Mt. .

sive ceremonial avenue probably will The present appearance of Penn- been covered by journalistic and Mrs. Ben M. Franklin ing at her home. vited. Mark Ivey Brown, chair

sylvania Avenue does not detract professionals. Some ad m ire and son, Jim, all of Hen- man; Eugene Mills, vice chairman Pleasant Methodist-
be criticized for its non-utili- dersonville N. C. Mr. Ford, of N.W. 7th Ave. Church School 9:30 a.m. morning
costly, from the impressiveness of the pa- him, some don't. But none were guestsof 'I ; Addie Coleman, reporter. ;
tarian aspects.It has any wish except to report Mrs. Franklin's relatives in who has been ill, was reported worship, 11 a.m.; and even-
rade the of the
significance
f or cere- and to interpret what he says.It Gainesville yesterday.Mrs. as much improved. ing worship 7 p.m. Rev. W. M.

mony. No'r would any elaborate redoing certainly is not their fault if Rerguson, pastor.
does have'some of the Roman Cora Williams returnedto NEWBERRY NEWS
of this avenue of the presi- the senator verbally shoots ,
Gainesville yesterday from First Baptist-Choir No. 1 will
circus implications of ostentationthat dents enhance it. from the hip and delivers him. AILING AT HOME Chorus To AppearThe
Atlanta, Ga., where she was be- have its rehearsal Thursday,
self of ill considered, not-
are usually equated with mon- J cause of the illness of her sis Mrs. Estella Knowles Is ail Spiritual Male Chorus 7:30 p.m.
out conclusionsThis ;
well-thought- -
At the same time it is understandable /
-
archial Reserve sim-
extravagance. is the senator's responsi-

plicity and utility have been looked that advocates of the proposalare bility. He is a national figure. I Iy

anxious that Pennsylvania Ave- There is reason to expect
,every
:
URGES CIVILIAN CONTROL OF NATO
upon (fictionally, perhaps) as more nue should be a monument as well as responsibility from him.

characteristic of a democracy. just a thoroughfare.We Yet we do not have it, and


") But democracies survive on tradi- agree with both the goal and have WE.not HAVE had,it.instead, a man,'- Statesmen and Soldiers I

r: tions and symbols representing their the motivation. The hundreds of who is complaining about the<

hopes and ideals in. much the same thousands of citizens who visit the "slanted Eastern press." Thisis

r .: ,way other social and governmental capital every year are the best evidence on the face, a demagogic 3foui Jnrfc ulintfa de Gaulle, NATO's odd man This question, inside NATO's NATO, as in the nation, }' states

,. orders have in the past. of the public's interest in his- statement The vast major- out, to stress the point. De international organization, of which De Gaulle was writ-
,. ity of California's press also By C. L. SULZBERGER
toric sites and traditions. Gaulle wrote in "The Edgeof resembles the argument beIng:

: Pennsylvania Avenue is one of was against the senator. This PARIS As his final con- the Sword": "Soldiers and tween !national governments .
included the of As things go now *!
newspapers
}
statesmen do have to collaborate and national general staffs so '
j : those symbols. Nowhere else is the Nothing in either the proposal or the major cities of that.state. tribution to NATO the Dirk retir- whether they like it or' familiar in the history of diers and statesmen.rare. 1 y
ing secretary general,
: continuity of government through the objective requires that the en- They did not make their decis- Stikker, has warned that the not, and wisdom dictates the ments-find themselves

: changing administrations dramatized tire program be undertaken or com- ion early. They did so only Alliance must be reformed to advisability of a compromise.
after having heard and seen have little knowledge of one
It is the duty of both
better than it is'each four insure civilian
years pleted in wholesale fashion. But a the senator in action. They greater con- sides to act in concert." Obviously Stikker will not another's activities."
: when an elected president travels its planned development offers trol over the military. Like
more as- were dismayed. They were be able to achieve any basic
: pavement from the oath taking at surance that as it is completed step not so much for Governor any good democrat he is wor- But De Gaulle also warn on this issue. before Stikker would modify/ thatreform
ried about the tendency of ed "It is fact that the last phrase. For him it is the
Rockefeller. Their : a
:: supportwas
the the White
Capitol to House. No- it will
by step answer the purpose soldiers to seek ascendancy he yields office; but he is
like much of the vote army finds it difficult to give aUiance's statesmen who
.-: where else can any portion of that the planners have in mind. for Rockefeller, negative.But beyond their due. unquestioning support to the doing the Alliance a service sometimes "Have little know!

the press of Californiais During his round of fare- civil power. . Historycan by making this the subject of edge" of the activities of

-- not "Eastern. well calls Stikker has been show innumerable in- his valedictory. For, in the Alliance's soldiers.

w I, .0 advising Western leadersthat stances in which a quarrel

M THIS IS BUT one example, NATO's administrative between the politicians and

I and a minor one, of why a structure requires changes to the army has been the direct
Voice of the "
E People great many persons are un- increase the power of civil cause of disaster. Washington Memo
easy about Senator Goldwater. ians. His principal recommendations -

I It is, nonetheless, in the may be summa- FOR SOME years NATO
r of all the loose talk leaders have uneasily suspected -
pattern rized
accordingly:
On The Sun's From the Cowles Washington
.M. = Opinion Page about sending in Marines, that the Alliance required Bureau

abolishing the Social Security 1. A REPRESENTATIVEof organizational
: Opinions,and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters system and replacing it with a"voluntary" the secretary general should changes to guarantee FORECAST: Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D.-Mass., returned ,
-. must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should civilian control. One who felt several days ago from a trip to Europe in behalf of a scholar-
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used The organization, urging attend all meetings of the He
: Sun reserves the right to reiect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning a reorganization of the military standing group in this strongly was a militaryman ship program. was accompanied by a Boston newsman.As .
or
.. Intent. U.N. or departure from it, "af Washington. The standing General Norstad, for their airplane neared the U.S., Kennedy said "I've got a

firmative" action in Viet Nam group comprising high Amer- mer North Atlantic comm n- bad hunch that we're going to hear some bed! news when we

-. Build Integrated facilities for colored travelers Not only did the U.S. desert which will resolve that con ican, British and French officers der. get in." When they landed, Kennedy was informed that his
without pointing a at the wife had just had a miscarriage, and the newsman learned
gun our friends after forcing flict, and other ill-thought-out, meets with the chairman believe
Stikker
to
] Motel Chain? back of the appears that his brother had just died.
owner. them into a coalition gov- undefined or unexpla i n e d of NATO'smilitary com- that the that
I standing group,
Of course the big objectionmight ernment but Communist statements of
policy. What mittee-but with no civilian
trio of Western officers
inner .
.
EDITOR, Sun: In the mat-
come from the Kings
troops now come through sort of "voluntary" system present. .
of
: ter of civil rights, there areS the Farmers and the white Laos to kill Americans in would replace Social Secu- has a dangerous amount POPULATION REPORT: Greeting Ireland's President De

many of us who applaud the members of CORE who now South Viet Nam. It may be rity? Would we really care to 2. A national military ex- power. The standing groupcan Valera at a White House reception, President Johnson called
and draw
avowed purpose and aims but profit from the status quo. .. said that a, coalition' gov- be isolated' from the rest of pert should bep laced under now meet which up his attention to the large number of Irishmen on the premises.

cannot believe that the road JOHN W. HASTINGS ernment was the only possibility the world by withdrawingfrom each nation's ambassador on vital military plans andNATO's "I have heard it said that there are more Irishmen in the
the general
accomplishment is by the NATO's council. The ambassadors secretary White House than said
of saving Laos, and the UN? Could we get civilian machinerynever people, Mr. J.
way of law especially in Viet Nam: Same that otherwise Americans along without income tax? could then fully
in
view of the fact that in states understand the technical implications see until they are .
would have had to in Painful it is what is
fight as a
final form-too late for con
Old Errors?
which have these laws the -
relations Laos. As fairer tax? of every point REALISM For whatever
between the we'see now, firstit structive comment.The : importance it may have In your
races are raised in their meetings.
was not even a possibilityof reading of news dispatches i, be informed that when the Na-
EDITOR Sun It not
and : was What the conservative
worse more dangerousthan truly
saving Laos. Anyone who military has too heavya tional Press Club, to which most
3. The secretary general Washington reporters belong ,
the of Red
in those which don'tIt simply pressure Republicans now will do isanybody's
in NATO.
could understand the situa- himself must be grantedmore specific gravity mails out notices that are considered of unusual im-
would to that Armies either in Laos or on The odds
seem me ation, who knowns the his guess. are The habit There are some 90 uniformed portance, it uses envelopes bearing
its borders that led leftists in power. a bright red bulletin:
those vocally dedicated to the they can't do much about it of SHAPE
tory of Communist representatives "Attention! Open now-this is not
operations should be established of informing a bill/1
cuase might better put their Laos willingly,, to- enter a coa- Mr. Eisenhower certainly did headquarters and the differ-
and tactics, knew that all bilateral
money where their mouth is: lition government with the this was another step toward nothing to stop Goldwater. At him and of conversations ent allies governments in 9 '
accords
and do something construe Conununists. They did this at last moment he assisted the NATO's building on the Bois
the Communist domination
which the the time the between NATO governmentsthat THE NEW CULTURE: Under instructions from Lady Bird
tive might point very proWesterngroup senator to underdog sympathy Je Boulogne. They know
of Laos.
,
way. I would suggest that would not join it The support by stating that he, Mr. in any way affect West everything that takes placeon Johnson, White House workers have taken down three largeoil

since the accomodations and leftists could also, have held Second, any place that, one Eisenhower, did not at all intend ern defense. This is not now the civilian side. But thereis paintings-one showing a sail-era naval fight, the others

fair employment' sections are 'out if they had wanted to. decides to stand against the to read Senator Goldwater done and individual allies no reciprocal civilian ob- showing a relief mission to Russia and substituted (1)) a

perhaps the most controversial Why did the pro-Western Communists can be a place out of the party. sometimes share defense se- server system among the military Frederic Remington painting of two cowboys, and (2) a

it would be a splendid group enter the coalition government where someone can say: crets not confided to the Al- above all in the stand Charles Russel picture of Indians and a Teepee.

gesture if such vocal proponents in Laos? They were What do you want to do, in- MR. EISENHOWER said liance as a whole. ing group. .

J. as the Kennedys, John- forced into it by the United volve us in a war? As a mat- he, too, had been misunder I

sons, Peabodys, Rockefellers States Government The ter of fact we are in a war stood. Certainly there was SINCE STIKKER is sched- THERE HAS been occasional STORY: They tH it in the Pentagon: It was after Sen. Gold-

NBC, Life and Time, the NY Communist were happy in Viet Nam-although we no desire to misunderstandMr. uled to give up his present discussion of the wisdom water had been elected President War broke out and Gold

__ Times and others might form' about the arrangement The give the Communists a privileged Eisenhower. His word post on July 31, handing it water summoned the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff __"

a' corporation and build a U.S. withdrew its military sanctuary in .Laos picture of what a progressive over to Manlio Brosio, Italy'smost of bringing the standing to the White House to discuss strategy. "Now the first thin?*

_,chain of integrated Motels, advisors, but the Communists from which they kill Americans Republican should be fitted distinguished post-war group to Paris from Wash- you must do," the President said, "is wheel all the! wago//< "

complete with eating facilities have kept foreign troops in Viet Nam. the senator about like a beach ington in order to tie it in into a circle ." '-'

_. barbers shops and inte- there. robe on a jay bird, but Mr. ambassador, nobody can accuse more closely with the Allk
Third the Asian the retiring
membersof secretary
-'grated management and help., The. Communist continuedto Eisenhower seemed disturbed ance's civilian structure. In

.,-H- Let them compete with exIsting tighten their grip on Laos SEATO wanted to use that it was interpreted as any- general of What seeking he wants personal is his farewell discussions r

= facilities, advertise that until today they have it in Asian troops with U.S. ad- thing but perfect fit Thereis authority. balance within Stikker does not seem to
restore
they are open to all and by their grasp. In the Geneva visors to fight in Laos, but mystery in this. to the Alliance a that has been have emphasized this He is t ,#

="example show us how wrong agreement we in effect the U.S. refused to permit it This may be, for the GOPat gradually tipping toward the less interested in the g e o- :\' : ,. .

,:,- we are. If they drew the busing agreed to desert Meo tribes- Win we learn from the his least, a sort of destiny. It military.He graphkal whereabouts of _. _, : 4 ,.. ,lta '{.:
& : ness there is little doubt that men whom we had trained tory in Laos or make a new would be an inexpensive convention the Alliance's military planning : ;

-- the others would follow. At and now the Meo are paying trial of old errors in S. Viet to nominate him on is convinced:"that civilians center than in insuringthat 'J i rW -

= te11st it would give the cus- dearly for their antiCommunist Nam the fi'st ballot ,and then go and soldiers must work it can do nothing with-

L--"toner a choice and provide stand. ____ OBSERVER home. together. He quotes General out prior civilian consent. I -

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Goldwater- Has Eye on 4 Possible Running Mates |Ij



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t T WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Goldwater hasn't ruled any- Goldwater has mentioned all fit mounting steadily toward the He will have a very strong handin II flier and still is a memberof

t Barry Goldwater-standing on body in or out of the running, aI I that pattern. 655 votes' he needs for the nomination the selection of a running the Air Force Reserve unit

t.the, threshold of the Republican Scranton? Morton? source close to the Arizona senator Publicly, Goldwater usually Goldwater was said by mate." Goldwater commands.

presidential nomination Is said today. bypasses questions about a an aide to be viewing the vice- The aide pointed out that threeof ,I Morton is 57, and a former

.", four GOP leaders vice-presidential choice. "I'm presidential spot in terms of. the four men Goldwater has chairman of the Republican National -
t eying Eastern But Goldwater has said he
. as he'thinks about a running Miller? .Or Rhodes? thinks the Republican National looking for delegates, not vice how best to strengthen the ticket mentioned privately are from| Comittee. He was elect-

mate. presidents his stock reply.He next November not with ane'e states that rank among the most ed to the House in 1946, served
Convention will wanf to balancethe
to building his convention potent in the Electoral College: three terms, and was an assistant .
To his closes associates, Gold- -Pennsylvania Gov. WilliamW. --Rep. William E. Miller of: ticket-if he heads itwitha has talked about Scranton. power. New York with 43 votes Pennsylvania secretary of state from 1953

water has mentioned these Scranton.Sen. New York. moderate Republican from the suggesting the Pennsylvania with 29 and Ohio with until 1956, the year heron his
An Associated Press
, names as possible vice-presi- .. Thruston B. Morton of -Gov. James A. Rhodes of East. governor would be well advisedto survey seat.
26. Kentucky has 9. Senate
I.
his delegate total at
now puts
r dential choices: Kentucky. Ohio. The four men associates say nomination.That consider.the vice-presidential 540-with indications he could Rhodes, 53, is a former Ohio ,. Miller is retiring from Con-

Goldwater said push it past the nominating state auditor, who became gov- gress-and as Republican national -

, The 'Then and Now9 of Goldwater Sunday, way if the ticket lost the number next week. ernor second in bid 1963 for, winning the office.in his the chairman-after House. The 50-year-old 14 yearsin

": governor would be in a positionto Efforts to blunt his drive ap-
Scranton, 46, long rated a party chairman also served as
capture the presidential nom- peared to have collapsed at the I
dark-horse contender for top chairman of the Republican
ination in 1968. National Governors Conferencein
spot on the ticket, served a!Congressional Committee He
Is Scranton questioned whethera Cleveland."I term in the House before he became plans to return to his law practice
Or How VirtueBy
Inconsistency a ticket pairing him with Gold- will have open ears and an governor. The Pennsyl- in northwestern New York
water would make sense. He open mind to anybody the party
vania leader was a World War State.
said they would disagree on suggests to run with me,". Gold- -----_. -
JAMES MARLOW what he said over .the past few I He had said it was improperfor going to run for the Senate, how best to implement some water said in Los Angeles the

Associated Press News Analyst :years: This doesn't bother him. [ the government to intervenein nothing:! more" Republican principles.But I night he won the California pri- YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT DON'T MISS IT!

'He himself has said: "Consistency school desegregation or to use i Rot just 11 days ,before tha< Goldwater described their mary. Remington Office Machines

WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. is not necessarily a virtue." troops to enforce desegreation The Associated Press reported areas of disagreement as very Nevertheless, a top aide said

Barry Goldwater provided Re- He said there was something 'orders of the courts. But by last Goldwater had rented the entire minor. Goldwater "contemplates. han- BUSINESS SHOWTOMORROW

publican governors with a book- wrong with a public man who month he changed his view, said 15th floor of a hotel in San Fran. With his delegate strength dling this in the orthodox way,.

let when some of them wanted 'didn't change his mind "to meet "I'm glad when I can recognizeI'm disc for next month which h .
clarification on where he stood when tne Republicans
the developments of the times. wrong. hold heir
on the issues This wasn't a nomination convention there.

very flattering thing to do to In the 1950s he said former When he first came to the Then on Jan. 3, 196*, he an. C 'mOl'/ cross AlOl THURS., JUNE 11th 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
!
them.It President Harry S. Truman had Senate in 1953, he was all for noi'nced
his
I candidacy and al Demonstrations Color Film
was like "fathered all the misdeeds of changing the filibuster rules to the
rame time said he would I
Refreshments
the cut off debates. He Gifts
and lengthy
I telling them recent years" was
run for the Senate from Arizona FOR : '
,,
they w 0 u I d Analysis: architect of everything wrong changed and now says he won't too, although he had derided INSURANCE FREE Lektronic Shavers
vote to end the anti-civil rights
know where with America today. Lyndon B. Johnson for a & BONDS
'I ra t Th chad running .
they1S filibuster now in its 75th day.
stood if for
News In 1963, said America needs He said if he was presidenthe the vice presidency and the MORGANTYPEWRITER
atten-
paid Means another decisive president like would break off diplomatic Senate in 1960. 1109 N. Main St.
tion and read
Truman who, he thought, wouldgo relations with the Soviet Union He had said he wouldn't seek Phone 375.4582
this booklet:_ _ both. Now he says he will AGENCY
of the give
down in history as one but last January added he would
"Sen GoldwaterSpeaks up the Senate race i if he gets JOE ROSSANO C. EMORY CROSS 901-903 N. MAIN ST.
greatest presidents.In need Senate to do this.!
approval
Out On the Issues. It the J.residentia: nomination. Representing Leading life Fire and Casualty Companies

had been in circulation nation- 1963, Goldwater, who proudly He couldn't have been morel!|- -- -- -- __ J. _

wide for weeks.Nevertheless calls himself a conservative, wrong. I
The Senate must approve
j
Goldwater has said the true one seeks progress treaties but not breaking off'

not always been consistent in based on proven values of the diplomatic relations. 'I j I
past while the "so-called liber i
He stopped advocating putting j
al" is one; who seeks change for Social Security on a voluntary,i t

Rescued After the sake of change alone. In basis and now says his only. interest -

1964 he said he thinks history in the systemnis to improve

Fall Off Tower will rate him a liberal.In it by making the pension,

dollar sound. After he lost the:
ATLANTA, Ga. (AP-A) 15- 1962. he said as presidenthe New Hampshire primary in!
would seriously consider FAVORITES
year-old Atlanta youth was recovering Chiang Kai-shek's March his campaign manager i I
Wednesday from injuries transporting said his talk of a voluntary Social
Nationalist troops from Formosato '
after he fell from a 75-foot Security system was a major -
for
mainland
the Red China
tower and spent three days in boner.
a wooded area before he was an invasion. But the next year He favors getting rid of the, Si

found. 'he said the problem was how to "whole graduated income tax"so i

get, them there. that rich and poor pay the
f Police said the clue that saved
of tax. But the
he for same percentage
Last February was I

Eugene was the Harold knife he Thrailkill's stuck in life the using warships to halt the ship,American income tax from has the always PRICES GOOD AT BOTH STORES
been graduated

.ground at the tower's base before French ment of products British to Cuba buses but and a' time of the first one in Civil II, THRU SATs, JUNE 13th 0 rd4.
climb it.
he started to War days under President Abraham -, .
month later said he would try

Searchers found the knife to discourage Allied trade with Lincoln.
Monday night and concentratedthe and In 1962 and 1963, Goldwater favored .
Fidel Castro by "example
hunt in that area. Thrail- 'I getting out of the United SNOWDRIFT CHARCOAL *
of diplomatic pressure.
in use Nations. By the latter part of FRYERS Dells 29
-
kill was discovered Tuesday Goldwater talked of
dense underbrush. In 1961, Cubato 1963 he was for staying in. By Grade A Whole . . . Lb.
armed forces in SHORTENING
landing 1964 he said he couldn't recall
/ .
Doctors said the youth suffered throw out Castro and in 1963 ever having suggested getting, 20 Lb. Bag

: a slight concussion, a of a blockade,support of Cuban Fresh Ground Beef 3 $139

dislocated hip cuts and bruises. exile attacks and invasion by out.Between 1960 'and 19C4 Gold-I 3.lb. 59 99* lbs.

His condition was described as.atisfactory the Organization of American water said so many times he I can Only

States and by "ourselves. ,would not seek the Republican! SIRLOIN
STEAK
98
He even thought, he said he presidential nomination that as:
. u
) would be ,for doing "anything late as Sept. 15, 1963 he

Thinning OutRedwoods necessary to get rid of that can- "I've said a thousand times said'i MONARCHCREAM HENDERSON .

cer (Castro). If it means war, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: STYLE BACON Lykes Palm I RIWSliced i 45
Helps notified that the following -
hereby SUGAR
let it mean war." But this year You are motor vehicle: Comet 1962, 2 dr.I . . . Lb.
will be sold at public sale .
SAN '''FRANCISCO (AP-The) 1 he said "the suggestion that we I at 2H01U590532 11:00 AM o'clock on the 16th day I CORN ".
of June 1964, at 71S N. Main St..I With $5.00 Order
communismin "
California Redwood is reputed to I must either accept Gainesville. Fla. The proceeds of the More FRANKS Armour Star 49

'be one of the fastest growing of : Cuba or invade Cuba is defeatist ment sale will of the be applied costs of first retaking to the paY'1 No. 303 Can or" !-Lb. Pkg. . . . ... . .
the commercial lumber trees. Ing and sale of said motor vehicle
non-
and dangerous the cost of publication of notice of I *
sale and then to the satisfaction of the 5 49
thick forests are thin- 2 37 >..
When sense. balance due under the contract with For HAMS Copeland or 49
in- Charles V. and Edith Benson. P.O. Box
..ned out, permitting an NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 463. Ear Mon. Fla. covering the financing Armour Star Vz or Whole . Lb.GIBSON'S .
crease in light, air and water FICTITIOUS NAME of said motor vehicle. Any surplus
REGISTER will be paid to you and you will remain -
for new growth, the redwood Pursuant to Section 16509 Florida liable for any balance remaining

"second growth is accelerated, undersigned Statute notice, M.iIherebygiven J. Dougherty under thatLas the unpaid General under said Finance contract.Corp. of Fla. N. Florida KAL-KAN BAKING HENS Swift Premium 39

according to the California Red- ter firm G.name Damon of Gainesville doing business Welding Supply : BY Branch: C,Manager REED ROLLINS Grade "A" Large White DOG & . . Lb.

wood Association. Co.. all S. Main Street Gaines Intends, GENERAL FINANCE CORPORATION .

to villa register Alachua' said County.fictitious Florida name under the" 71S North of Florida Main North Street EGGS CAT FOOD *
More than 200,000 acres of the provisions of the aforesaid Florida Statute.this t (3408): 6:10 ROUND STEAK .79

protectedin Dated at Gainesville.. . .
original big trees are day of June. A.D.. 1964.M.J. I 61/2-or. con or 15-ox. can
I
state and national forests, but ()A1]) 6:1011.24 DOUGHERTY: 7:1 We Wouldn't Thinkof
more than 1,000,000 acres are DOZ. 39 BUY ONE AT REG. PRICE Jt_ _
Thousands NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARINGThe Putting Life AND GET ONE FREE t Lttck-F5i%

farmed commercially. I City Plan Board will hold a Pub-, Guards Out of Business
of high quality "second lic Hearing on June 25. 1964 at I:00 -_
auditorium of the Utili- .
the
P.M. In
growth" trees three to four feet ties Operations Center, 555 Southeast 5th FOLGER'SCOFFEE HUNT'SPEACHES 'd I
Avenue. Gainesville. Florida to consider Ik&1N
in
in diameter are to be seen :

areas wich, were heavily logged 1. A request to by rezone the City from Planning RP (Residential Department rlJ

in past decades Prot.SSionall'and SC (Shopping v
Center) to BP (Business andProfessional LlI BIRDSEYE
) the property described
as: With $5.00 Order or More No. 21/2 Con
Hot Burial Land bounded by Northwest Ith
Northwest 13th Street, I Broccoii 2
Avenue. 39
,Northwest 16th Avenue and North chopped 10-.s. pkg. FOR
west 12th Street.The 49BROADCAST 29
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Ky. ( -
FRANKFORT, request described above Is to r LB.
Despite burial of 100,000 cubic replace ai erroneous advertisement
that appeared In this paper June 3. *
feet of nuclear wastes at 1964. and read as follows: CAULIFLOWER 2 59
Flats the radioactivitylevel A request by the City Planning Department ? :
Maxey to rezone from RP (Resi Broadcast Pkg For
in, the area is no higher dential-Professional). SC (Shopping
Center), and R-la (Single Family
than in the rest of Kentucky. Residential the .proerty describedas GREEN PEAS 2
: BUT. orr>- REDI I 10.ox. pkg. FOR 39
State scientists ,gave that retort Land bounded by Northwest 16th Vienna
Avenue on the North by North-
after examining. the I west 12th Street on the East by idi Luncheon MR. G
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Northeastern t Kentucky site Northwest South and Ith by a Avenue line being on parallel the If You Do Not Know SausagesI.I. ayIENN

the first burial place in the Northwest to the 13th Western Street rig"and' -600 way feet of,, How To Swim, or s V usAC jm i MEAT French Fries 2 19< I

nation for radioactive waste. West of said right-of-way lint OIl(3A06)t Would Like To Be 9.os. pkg. . FOR

West. A Better Swimmer. .
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WINTER GARDENMEAT

Pursuant REGISTER to Section FICTITIOUS I4JW.NAME Florida TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: i:, CALL 19' *
Statutes, notkt Is hereby given ttlat tPiundenlgned. You are hereby notified that the tot-, 39 PIES..5FOR89*
Robert E. Sullivan. doing I lowing motor vehicle: Ford Econolme
under tt firm lIa".> of Tile 1 I"". Van E143 E14TH 489377. will be
business Stick Billiards WJ N. Main Street.Gainesville !Mid at public salt" at 11:15 AM o'clock 372-7187
Cue. County. Florida m the 16m day of June 1964. at 711.,
Intends to Aster said fictitious name I N. Main St.. Gainesville. Fla. The proceeds
under the previsions of ttia aforesaid I of its salt will be applied first or the Holiday Inn
to the payment of the costs ol retak '1t I
Statue. at Gainesville. Florida. this ttn ing. storing and salt of said motor vehicle For Individual
day Dated of June. A.D.. ,,". and tht cost of publication of noj j Instruction with
ROiERT E. SULLIVAN lice of salt and then to the satisfac-, rresm
(3'12) 6:10. U. 24; 1:1Gainesville. tlon of the balance due under the contract -I Guaranteed Results t MEADE)
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Florida 32601 2211 S.E. 15th St.. Gainesville Fla. covering or Mpnc//
tht financing of said motor vehicle. Instructions by
CONCERN / l
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TO WHOM IT MAY Any surplus will be paid to you
You are ereby notifd that the W- 'and you wili remA1Iliab..tor..baIance TOM OLSEN, MemberS.
lowing motor vehicle: 1M3 Corvalr sod remaining unpaid under said contract Conference
E.
will be sold at Public Sato at '
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vMteV Florida. The proceeds of fen sale j the Holiday Inn Pool
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I aa'of.| publication MM motor of notice'of and ile the card 711 Gainesville.North Main Florida Street I thru Adults I .L I

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tie one? Miss Pat Jones and Miss Peggy knot whenever they do a_ "good
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Turn Mouse"? Boys' Unit. Mrs. George C. England), a "Pee Dee
How do you make and use a Jones is Program Director and Loom" is a small hand loom
t Ruth Weimer . Women's EditorLewisWhitehead "Pee' Dee Loom"? Mrs. Frank Lukoski is servingher made with kite string and pop-
Have you ever tried to sculpta second year as Camp Nurse. sicle sticks on which Scouts
mixture 'of plaster and ver- By the way, a "FriendshipTie" weave lovely belts. Plaster and
miculite or "spatter-paint" a is a special knot tied in.vermiculite makes an excellent:
,. leaf? your camp tie by a friend, a base for youngsters to carve I
zy Mr. and Mrs. Olin C. Lewis '< These intriguing expressionsand "Good Turn Mouse" is a paper:figurines and creative designs.

A announce the engagement and skills are all part of a full

approaching marriage of their program in progress at ,the]
daughter, Miss Donna Carlene fourth annual Gainesville Girl
Lewis, to Michael Jo Whiteheadson Scout Day Camp now in ses- DISCOUNT DRUGSOur
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School and attended Florida new outdoor skills, crafts,

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bridegroom-elect was' the directorship of Mrs. GeorgeE. ORTHO NOVUM 10mg. No. 20 Tobl".s . $3.40
graduated from Gainesville High .. Davis Jr., is divided into 5 ORTHO NOVUM 2mg. No. 20 Tablets . $1.35
School and is presently stationed .,:,..:::' ..,. camp units plus 2 special units ENOVID 10mg. No. 20 Tablets . . $3.40
with the US Marine Corps at ",:",: :.::,, for staff members' sons and ENOVID 5mg. No. 20 Toblets . . $1.70
Cherry Point, N. C. ," ," :":. small children. ENOVID 22 mg. No. 20 Tablets . . $1.35
.. "! : NORLESTRIN 2'/2 mg. No. 20 Tablets . $1.30
The wedding will be an eventof Brownie Unit one, composedof NORINYL 2 mg. No. 20 Tablets . . $1.35
June 20 at the Baptist Churchin .. 15 second and third-grade
Miss Gina Whiddon center, who will be graduated this evening from P. K.
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Bethesda, Md. Miss Donna Carlene Lewis Brownies, is under the leader-
I Yonge High School, is pictured with Mrs. Harry Duncan, left, who entertainedwith ship of Mrs. Carter Seymo'ir Your Doctor's Prescription Required. 1
a "coke party" in her honor, and her mother, Mrs. Baxley B. Whiddon, and Mrs. Charles Quarles. THANK YOU

right. Tyre-Saatkamp Plans Brownie Unit 11 with 14 girls) ,
is led by Mrs. C. A. Yozgatand PHONES "
More than 40 high school honoree, and her aunt, .Mrs.: PKY, were used in the appOint- Mrs. Charles F. Hooper Jr. : 'igi rstr

friends of Miss Gina Whiddon, Francis Meyers. ments of the serving table witha Announced TodayWedding Junior Scout Unit 111 is madeup FR 2-5347 .
P. K. Yonge senior, were en- The honoree's grandmother, white mortar board, filled of 22 fourth and fifthgradeGirl M.
tertained recently when Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Baxley, assistedin with blue hydrangea blossoms, plans are announced hosts for the wedding reception Scouts working with staff I
Harry Duncan gave a "coke" the courtesies.Mrs. and topped by miniature owls, today by Miss Dorothy Cor immediately following the .nuptials -, leaders Mrs. Jack Toombs and FR 2-5348
party in her honor at the Dun- Duncan, Miss Whiddonand forming the centerpiece.Miss inne Tyre and Herman J. Saat in the lower auditorium of Mrs. Virginia White.
can home. her aunt, Mrs. C. Sydney Whiddon was presentedwith kamp Jr. of Knoxville, whose' the church.No Junior Scout Unit four, also OPEN ALL DAY I
Robertson, received guests in a blue and white corsage nuptials will take place Saturday with 22 fourth and fifth-graders,
Guests were greeted by Mrs. the Florida Room. and a. graduation gift duringthe evening at 7:30 in the First invitations have been is- is under the leadership of Mrs. JULY 4th
Baxley Whiddon, mother of the Blue and white,. the colors of party. Baptist Church. sued in the city and friends of 'S
Edward Irwin and Mrs. Jack-
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The ceremony will be per-, the wedding and recep- son Lewis.
formed by Rev. Fred T. Laugh- tion. Older Scout Unit V, led by IF you want to pay I
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David Powers, includes 19 sixth, .
Music will be given by Mrs. criptionsTHAT'S j .w' ;1 t t,
Selden F, Waldo, organist, and Law Dames Scouts. YOUR BUSINESS! ':,t':. .%;',. '':'''' ':'.J' ':...
Guest members of Unit V are IF you wish to poylessTHAT'S ." .,'::>: 't ,. ':_
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TODAY, June 10 en Voters Education Work- FRIDAY, June 12 Davis Long ..1i :
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the bride who is to be soloist.
shop, 8 pjn., Guaranty Fed- Pilot Club luncheon-meet ,
University City Bridge Club, Sunland Training Center with GRADY BOWEN j
ing, noon, Primrose Inn. Bridal attendants will be
7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW eral Savings and Loan Association SATURDAY, June 13 Miss Denise Tyre, sister of the Frank Maloney and Mrs. their leaders, Mrs. Louise Gas- Sole Owner

15th Terrace. building. House Staff Wives Club, Cro- bride, as maid of honor Mrs. Andree Stanford were hostesses ton and Mrs. Pat Wilson. Senior
Arts and Sciences Dames, Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Golf-Swim and Supper Club Joe Sands of Knoxville, sisterof for the UF Law Dames meeting Girl Scout Aides working with
8 p.m., meeting followed by 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, Party,,4 p.m., Mrs. Willim En- the bridegroom, and Miss I last night at the former's I Professional Serv. Pharmacy
Bridge University Women's 740 SE 2nd Avenue. neking, 1641 NW 12th Road. Lera Chitwood of Valdosta, the home.A "Deno't for Beauty"IS
Club. brid 's roommate at Carson NOW IN THEIR 419 S.W. 8th ST.
Newman College, bridesmaids. movie, "Paging Women," NEW LOCATION
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7 Installation- Commencement Calendar Mr. Saatkamp 2902 N.W. 13th Street
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Apartment 1002. Jacksonville; Roger Henry of
PKY Senior Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6 p.m. Knoxville, and Dave Farr of Orlando
THURSDAY, June 11 Graduation Ceremonies, School Auditorium, 8 p.m. Reception as ushers. A -- FATHER'S DAY
Gainesville League of Wom following, School Patio. Mr. and Mrs. Tyre will be ,

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THURSDAY, Jane -11 members of the two families given to her by Mrs. June S. Tomorrow Only
--Luncheon honoring Miss Miss Betty Jean Fiskell, daughter -Willsie.

"Chris-'Car1 Sle, bride-elect of DEAR HELOISE: 'chairs were "showing," so of Dr. and Mrs. John G. Miss Carol Shea was the
Hardy Wylie, Jr. 'of Augusta, We buy cheese in the big after reading the idea about Fiskell, became the bride! of bride's only attendant and Barry ONE GROUP LOVELY
'12:30 pm.! Mrs. Darrel J. bricks. Some times, after removing the springs and Patrick Alan Finley, son of Mrs. Ferguson served as best
Mase and her daughter Miss using part of it, we forget we putting in f o a m rubber cush- .Virginia Gernto, May 28 in the man.
- Marcia 'M Se, Gainesville"Golf have the cheese, and it gets ions, we bought cushions as Highlands Presbyterian Church.I I SUMMER
'and'Country Club. hard. Is there anything we near the correct size as pos- i( The double ring ceremony The bride is a graduate of
can do with it? sible and cut them to fit. Gainesville High School. The
FRIDAY" Jane 12 E.S. They have proven very satis- I Shea was ,performed pastor. by Rev. William'bridegroom, who is serving in DRESSES $1 000Transitional
Rehearsal dinner complimenting -
factory. the U. S. Navy, is presently
Miss Dorothy Tyre Wedding music was providedby :stationed on the U. S. S. Holland Values to19.95. .
DEAR E.s.: Also, we had rubber treads
.andJ.heitJon..Herman Saat- t Miss Patricia Rehbein. or at Rota, Spain.
kamp Jr., of Knoxville, 7:30 Lots of people put it and runners on our steps and ganist.
through a meat grinder, if it's in the hall. They looked
-p. m., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. very Given in by her
iSaatkamp Sr.. o!:Knoxville.I really hard, or grate it on the grey. We washed them and father, the bride marriage wore a pique Queen Victoria popularized
Br !e' : Juflchedol honoring fine:: part of their grater. when they were thoroughlydried .
& dress and short tulle veil, held preserved ginger. The mon
The'cheese. then be finished the
Miss Katherine' Becker : may put we sur-
: 'Nancy by a head piece of satin roses. arch liked the candied spic RESSESSuburban
in fruit and the lid face is with self
bride-elect of Lawson a jar cap- polishing :
Her flowers were a cascade from the Orient so well thf
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'"Dewayne Tucker, 12:30 p.m., ped tightly and put back in liquid shoe polish. The surface bouquet of red roses and as she served it at.state. ba .
freezing unit. It be 1 s now shiny black and can be
Mrs. Elbert Voss, HolidayI jour may "something old," she carried an quets.EDMUND .
I used for cheese souffles, scal- kept in that condition with a COATS
! Bridesmaids luncheon hon- loped potatoes, to "top" let- damp cloth. Arriving Daily \ \
tuce salad (and that's fabulous READER I .
oring Miss Dorothy Tyre, DWYER Early ..
I' :.bride-elect of Herman Saat- ), sprinkled on the top of I Make Selections
:I .kamp Jr. of Knoxville, 12:30: hot scrambled, ,eggs, made I .... f"* Electrologist Use Central Charge orLayAwaY I '
p.m., Mrs. Donald Rothwell, into a cheese sauce for any Shoe polish is not ordinarily ; V UNV/ANTED L .
, Primrose Inn.SATURDAY kind of dish, sprinkled on top made for this purpose and I "'fi V"1'4"
I of spaghetti and just try there are hundreds of differ- '. 1 1.. rkii-tTiTT:
June 13 : <{lf I Iv
, putting some of it on a pieceof ent brands on the market. I I 4,, v .
:Wedding of Miss ,Nancy toast in your oven! suggest that you girls spot I "U.': ... S FEMININE APPAREL
Katherine Becker and Lawson It's out of this world, especially test a piece of the thread a Medically Approval Method 105 W. University Avenue FR 6-6348
: Dewayne Tucker, 3 p.m., for in-bet wee n- first, let it dry thoroughly, I by Appointment Only
,IcCaul Chapel of the First snacks, Sunday nights when and then see if it off Please Call FR 2-8039 '
comes More than 20 million women in the U. S. have jobs. Nevertheless, a recent
I :Baptist Church, reception following you don't want a big meal, on your shoes. Some do! 107 West University Avenue s tudy shows that 90 per cent of, them "find time" to read a newspaper on an I
at church 'I.HELOISE I
and for going along with a day.
average
Wedding of Miss Dorothy TV program.In .
.Corinne Tyre, daughter of Mr. all of these above recipesI
:and Mrs..Park Trammel Tyre have found that if the
and ,Herman Joseph Saat- cheese is extremely dry, you PAT PARKER
SHOP
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J.
can grate an onion in with, it, e.
,kamp Jr., of Knoxville, son stir slightly with a fork and
Saatkamp Sr., of Knoxville, then set it back in your refrig.It .
,7:30 p.m., First Baptist sure adds zip to all the
((Church. Reception following above.If .
t in the lower auditorium of the
you do not h a v e an on-
:church. ion, sometimes onion salt may
Bridesmaids luncheon, 12:30: be used. GOES DISCOUNT"
p.m., Miss Jan Purvisand The best thing about grating
her mother, Mrs. E. Pur- the cheese as soon you get .
vis, at their home, 1424 NE home from the store and put
Seventh Terrace. ting it immediately in jars or
Rehearsal dinner honoring plastic bags, is that you can
MISS Jan Purvis and their son remove any amount and use
Jack Bennett Ramsey, Mr. immediately because it thaws EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY OUR NEW
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey at I so quickly. There is never any
their home, 1441 SE 22nd.Ave- waste. .

nue. Besides, gals, it s a v e swashing

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morning at-the'Baptist Student C.D.
Chapel. Come In And See The Tremendous VALUES, Being 'Offered .
iRev.John W. Touchberry, student DEAR HELOISE:
pastor, performed the double The cushion springs in our
ring ceremony in the presence -
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.Following breakfast the ceremony was given, at,awadding I The 6.991TEMS NOW 5.47 price .

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only space woman, Valentina vich.Valentina orbited the earthin I and spent their honeymoon tour name according to Russian cus- my and recently passed examinations Khrushchev said he was a I :t .. tx .Top Protection Quality
Nikolayevna-Tereshkova, gave company with Valery Bykov-.ing South Asian countries. tom is Nikolayevna-Tereshkova, in,English and mathe- sort of foster father to the young' l i : I At
birth to a daughter last Sunday, sky in June 1963. Although the baby is the first is 27. Nkiolayev is 34. matics. couple, both of whom lost their I' I Low Cost
the Soviet news agency Tass an- Both mother and daughter are born to an astronaut couple, Three days ago the Goctor for The astronauts were marriedin fathers during World War II. Call ,
nounced well, Tass said. Ghermah Titov was the first astronaut the Soviet astronauts, Dr. Evgeny a televised white wedding at 4T' i FR 2.8461Chart.
today. Usually reliable sources said, to become a father after Petrov, reported that Val- the flower decked Palace of "I didn't bring any baby bug! .. Whitney John Beny RMS H ndro .
The baby's father is Soviet the baby weighed nearly 7'orbiting the earth. His wife entina was in the best of health.During Marriages in Moscow. At the gies or pacifiers,"he told them.! "Your In Good Hands With ALLSTATE" -
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1 Wednesday, June 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 11
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'i t r I GVilieNowHas .she threw her hand.snd I E EI
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NewsMidshipman No Ross : up
Service Betsy
fr 1. Creeping Communism '\'7 I told Miss Swell: "Bey, if I
was Eetsy Ross, they still!
LIVERMORE
Ky. )ap) -
Its Own'Guidebook9 First Class Fran- my on a Congressional appointment Miss Sandra Sowell, a teacher would" ba waiting for that

; J Called Threat by MayorCommunism ris M. Feltham, 23, son of Mr. and was sworn in as a here, has discovered that sew- flag.
J of in 1960. ing can be rather exasperatingfor
: and Mrs. John C. Feltham midshipman July In the 11th Century the
; 1 102 NW 27th Ter., was graduatedfrom some of herhigh school stu-
1 t. i After graduation, Midn. Felt Crusauers worked out a form .of
is in used also stressed the dents.
the Civil people are being every day : McKinney the Naval Academy An-
:ham will take leave before to overcomelanguage
\ B/STAN 11UGUENINGainesville Rights movement, the labor unions the Communists and it is a necessity of a strict adherence reporting Pidgin language
'l'.j by Md. in i *
e s
cermon
,
\ napolis to Pensacola for aviation One in the lands
| yesterday became the motion picture indus vital necessity that "our morals,I to the U. S. Constitution, calling yesterday.He I ? youngster was dejectedly barriers

1 the only Florida city, and one try, government and in beliefs, and faith never be com- I it the greatest government received a b a c helor of I .training. ripping out a seam when-they -conquered.----- -\--.-. -
O Of the.(ew."in_the United States, Gainesville, Fla.? promised." I document ever created."If science degree and was com- klB.. to have guide listing services So said Mayor Commissioner -
) end McKinney pointed out that we show the same courage missioned Ensign in the Navy.
activities available for its Howard McKinney
.. yes- Midn. Feltham graduate
was
FBI Director J. Hoover and along
Edgar common sense I
*
'I retired citizens. terday at a luncheon speech to
from GHS in 1959 and attended SELFPROPELLEDHEAVY
has said communism exists in with the maintenance of a Christian -
Y.5 I Accepted by Mayor Howard the Altrusa Club, a.. service, organization the civil rights movement, and 'faith, that our forefathersdid Bullis High School, Silver
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McKinney on behalf of the city, for r i x*w I Md.
\ Fr'ra that it was a proven fact that McKinney c o n luded, Spring,
Il' the 12-page booklet was prepared business and rights leader Rev. Martin Lu- "there will be no problem wecan't He entered the Naval Acade-
I
t.! I by the Altrusa Club, a professional men. wo- rg, ther King is notorious for his solve, no foe we must DUTY MOWER
e service organization established Nabbed:
for 1 connection with Communist- fear. Napper Powered by 4-cyce! 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring-
:..j' business and professional At the meet- tainted individuals and organi
i i women. . zYr KANNAPOLIS, N.C (AP- .".. wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base.ti' .
)T
ing to accept a zations.
i d l Dr Carter Osterbind chairman The Dropouts Jerry Griffin told Kannapolis !
copy of thedub's "And John L. Lewis has accused
of:the recently-created Florida t- polIce someone broke into his I BIG 22-INCH CUT
1 j
u
s labor leader Walter Reu-
} :
f. Commission on Aging and EE : Out home while he was sleepingone
published guide t Dropped 1
1 I ther of similar activities, Mc Griffin said the only
director of the bureau of economic -I I.10 services ana McKinney Kinney continued. night. ]

R _research at 'the Univer- activities for Gainesville's retired "Education is now, and will LOUISVILLE, Ky.AP-The) missing item was Susie, his' .

I sity :of. Florida, was also on citizens, McKinney warned be, the single most important Louisville school system and .watchdog.- I', $ .95
,1 \ hand fo praise'club. membersfor that an international Communist -event in the struggle to maintain civic organizations made a I
their efforts and to encourage threat is real and freedom said "and I Th.ldul
very McKinney special effort last summer toI ONLY
further work. ,in the same needs to be stopped now. I'm not talking just about stu- Rememberance
get dropouts to return to
area. "The biggest danger to our dents." 'tf For. EASY
"Unfortunately the retired and security is not an atomic He demanded that' it' is the return to school. They persuaded -

\- aged citizen is often the most bomb," McKinney charged, responsibility of every individual 261 who had left junior and I Shut-Ins TERMS

It forgotten member of a community "but the step-by-step infiltra- to educate himself about gov- senior high to return. Before I c l; -

t ," Dr. Osterbind commented tion of the 30,000 Communists ernment, candidates for public the school CREVASSE FLORIST PUSH TYPE
was over,
J "and the publication of in year I 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. 3. h. $3895
working this country. office and the forces that : p. 4-eycl engine
"
three-fifths of them had quit ,' .......
this Phone FR 62514RESTAURANT 22-Inch cut only ...........
guide is certainly a very The mayor commissioner threaten the American way of again. I
worthwhile and commendable charged that impressionable life. I
i achievement." 2,, Also Available 20. 22 & 25-
i
t. r. \ inch mowers with Briggs Strat-
Yesterday's presentation of ; FEATURE ton engines, slightly higher.
f. the guide climaxed a three-year Photo Taken in Courte
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investigative:effort by the club WEDNESDAY a r ALL MOWERS SERVICED

to compile and edit the dir cto- ,ti. with gas and oil, ready to

::Yo Miss Elise Jones and Mrs. Draws Rebuk of Judgethe SOUTHERN w use.

Beth Daane cochairmenof
were
', j the project, and each of the TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cir- arrival of the attorney for a PARTS QUICK REPAIR

t- Altrusa members worked on cuit Judge Hugh Taylor said the plaintiff. FRIED CHICKEN SERVICEBuy

? various phases of the publica Tuesday a photograph of his The judge said when he entered where you can get all parts and quick
f tion. court in session, distributed by the courtroom, court was SERVED WITH 2 VEGETAILES. HOT ROLLS AND HITTER repair service by factory trained mechanics

t t., The guide includes listings of The Associated Press, was officially in session. TRADE-INS I when you need it.

i! cdult education classes, clubs made without his consent and ALL YOUCAN SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW!
The matter before the court
'J ;: employment, financial aid, le- knowledge. WELCOMED .OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. til 5
Judge Taylor said he had per- was a hearing on a motion to p.m. Saturdays
1 t. If Sal services, medical and leisure -
time activities, health organiza- mitted photographs to be madein throw out a petition by Atty. EATLIGGETT ,4t We will gladly accept your old
& the courtroom before he en Gen. James Kynes who soughtto mower on one of these new models. C B BOHANNON JR.SE
t Mons, and rehabilitation open
.
tered the and before court have .
l' in Gainesville to the retIred."We room rejected the May 5 first DRUG STORES GOOD USED MOWERS
I actually went into session. primary vote in Alachua and
are also hopeful, Miss FOR SALE!
Jones ,added, "that newcomers I "No pictures were to be made Levy counties on grounds of voting GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561
:while court was in session or irregularities.
to the: community as well as ..
in the ---- -- --
while I was courtroom,
1\ established residents will find
he said.
\ the guide handy and useful. '
Judge.Taylor based his prohibition :i .C'd t'4,'>.
The publication is an out ;
i against photographs of
growth of the club's continuing SSR'
court action upon Canon 35 of
project on the problems and I the Code of Ethics of the Flori- ts"t't;' 'tifi.eQr yfi afS,,{$ta:..

care of the aged. Miss Jones da Supreme Court. .. R''v6:+a!'. ;". i+L,:
stated that in the past the Al I Associated Press Photogra- } .4 sy.Rt:: aw',raa
: :.xLr.RQn;
trusa g..oup has helped a number pher Frank Noel, who made the ,;.,r..;{,Yn: .,"k4+\2rta:: .0i'r:; .:{i ,
1 of women bring their work picture, said he misunderstoodthe .RYS, \
ing skills up to date or helped judge's directive, interpreting K a ,':;.4'YHrY,rk .i p,3'

teach them,new ones. "it to mean only no photographs +f: .:'k;S S u?%N: Fr.'::1 S'{t 4 oc....,;a'
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Distribution.ot the guide on a while court was in ses :: :;{ { '
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k: .
I wide scale will begin soon, and 1 .fi.y ..n; :a oa tvR' ,:>a r.,r,. {
available the sion.The : :, ; K.'}' :., ..",w'.t R R'3SAS { 'i+anz'L
copies are now at photograph was made aft- b 9
,. x : ; :; :x: { AA Q :: s'
Chamber- of Commerce office er the judge entered the court- 2f; : .i..

ind..the:!Public Library. room but while he and attorneysfor : .s .

Communism is :hi ;the Civil the defense were awaiting .t( ...r.{.' y"' c. F *:rk wyact" :y. 3 r.. $ s ..L'r




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: EXCISES: The way has been ;2 y"...
cleared for the House to vote )) b ''f.;;''
ti -:
this week on repealing excise '( l

taxes on some of the items dearto

women: furs, cosmetics,,jewIry 1tII' -
and luggage and handbags. sZ
f.: GALLON
Republicans want to halve ,

fA the 10 per cent tax this year andf

f ,eliminate it entirely next year.

, In an action Tuesday, the
Rules Committee made it possible -
f ( SUPERBRAND
for the GOP proposal to

be taken up in conjunction with REG. 59* EAT-RITE" 0 G Sli.I i Swiss

I a bill-cleared for debate Thursday Sliced Bologna u>.49* -.

I -to extend a variety of excise REG. 69* COPELAND COUNTRY .r r E wpn QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ICI; t CHEESE
VIRNME TRADED
taxes for another year. *: C 110. REGULAR 37tJ.
Link Sausage v lb..59 1 PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 13TH

I ARMS CONTROL: President 25 EXTRA STAMPS with COOK-QUIK CHOPPED WINN.DIXIC $TORu. HM. COFTKICHT tae] hhlPe Ia \ 6-oz.. 29 f/
Pkg,
Johnson called Tuesday for redoubled Sirloin I Steaks. 4 fog 89'J:

efforts toward gaming 25 EXTRA STAMPS V/1TH SUNNYLAND !

Geneva effective' disarmament arms controls confer as the Chopped Ham a-0z. Pkg. 59?

ence resumed its sessions.He 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOKQUIKPepper'd BEEF SALE ; "'""''

instructed William C. Foster Steaks 1 10 For89

chief U.S. negotiator at the 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW '" .

17-nation conference, to leave no Ring Bologna '. Lb. 69': ,, I t I :
stone unturned in attempting to 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW RING fJ.. P.'
safeguarded alternatives to : FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND t
Liver Sausage. L1 59' Hickory smoked 'h.
the arms race.EXTRA .
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW COOKED or "

I FUNDS: President Baked Ham. 6-oz.Pkg. 69' Steak LB. 79. t g
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Johnson signed Tuesday a $1- HAMS

appropri
336,687,143 emergency
( ations bill which included $41- AND EASY TO FIX
SIRLOIN -- ,
to help Alaska recover _
370,000
from its recent earthquake. LORPURE FOODS Shank


i The largest allotment, how CONCORD GRAPE Steak LB. 88 Half a -
for the
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cost of military pay raises voted Juice. 3 12-oz. S 1. as.

last year.Right Cons BONELESS RUMP OR BONELESS ROUND INSPECTED P'

AND PASSED BY, ,, ,,

Job, PACER ;;ies DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE OF r'te10Pkgs. A

Wrong PlaceGAFFNEY 5 $1. Roast 88 ? EST.43 LL I ,."


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S. C. (AP-When) > SIRLOIN TIP Butt Half 45-
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painting contractor W. H. forman : 99BONELESS r.=
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paint the home of Mrs. Margaret MORTON ALL FLAVORS Roast 88 PILLSBURY CINNAMON ".

Love she wasn't at home, so LB Rolls Reg. 29? 19 ; .
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the men went ahead and applied Fruit Pies 3roR1. : con ,
the first coat of paint. REG. 69< KRAFT TASTEE LOAF

When the first coat was on, 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GROUNDBeef Cheese 2 Pkg.Lb. 59*.. I # -

the painters found they h ad ) iir ii ,

painted the house belonging to 100 Extra Top Value Stamps 5 LB $195 "
Their
Mrs. Love's neighbor. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

next coat of paint was applied ONE FROZEN PK". B1L-MAR m .

I to the right house. Turkey for RoastingGOOD .
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CONCERN:
I' TO You WHOM are IT hereby MAY notified that the 1964.following AT ANY WINN-DIXIE PINEBREEZE Grade "A" Medium Il/J. .." DAISY
vehicle: Ford Econoline 7t Fla. All J
Van E143. E14THS10301 will be sold at ( White"A: ; 1)
Cheese" 53x
the
public sale at 11:20 AM 711 on ,
16th day of June. 1/64. at N. Main .
the St.. sale Gainesville.will be Fla.applied The first proceeds to the oft Fresh Eggs 3 DOL 89hI
payment of the costs of retaking. storIng Cheese
the cost and sale of publication of said motor of notice vehicle of sale and 50 Extra Top Value Stamps LB. 59

and then to the satisfaction of the balance W WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ""'''' -' ; ''''' '''''''''''''--: ''' *' ..__ '' _X.....,...... ,.,...- --_._', ",
with G. .f ;
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and Cora due under Lee Bass.the contract 2318 S.E. 15 St.. TWO.KGS.TASTEO'SEA .W''J.Ai.\'l''f\ t >'or",.i M.1i"4"j'':''--f.; #' :", ;. ... .,..' .; .1'. &
Gainesville Fla.. covering the financing
ef said motor vehicle. Any surplus will Perch Fillets

be liable paid for to any you balance and you remaining will unpaid GOOD THItU JUNK t3TIf SAVE 8 EACH. O'SAGE FREESTONE Limit 2 with $5. order or more ,,
under said contract.
General Finance Corp. of Fla. N. AT ANY WINN DIXIE e
BY: C. REED ROLLINS. 72 '- -
Branch Manager Peaches.-19 s
GENERAL FINANCE t, '
CORPORATION of Florida. North 7
718 North Main Street
Gainesville. Florida "
(3410) 6:10 SAVE Wit EACH STANDARD Limit 3 with $5. order or more \
50 Extra Top Value Stamps .
ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING
COMMISSION WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE of .
CoO ALACHUA COUNTY COURTHOUSE Tomatoes.9' .
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA ONE 2-La. PK& JESSE.JEWELl. ? -

chua Notice County Is hereby Zoning given Commission that the Ala-will Chicken Thighs ..sy -
hold a public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on GOOD THRU JUNK 3TIf .y.--
,
Wednesday. July 1. 19M. In the County SAVE 1CV EACH ,. .L. 2 with $5. order or more k
Commission Room (401) In the Courthouse ATANYWINN DIXiE
to consider requests to rezone the
following described property In the following
described: manner: Tomato Juice19
Application 60 Rezone from Agriculture Ii- ?
to Business "A" (Requested by
Mrs. Ruby M. Gaskins)
Commence at the Southwest comer

of Range Section 19 East 22.;Township thence north 10 211t South.1Y 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE 10* DEEP SOUTH SALAD VINE RIPE JUMBO (SIZE 27)
West line of said section 22 to
long North right-of-way line of State Road WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
24: thence Northeasterly along said 3-1.
right-of-way of State Road 24 31101 Two Dressing QT. T29 Cantaloupes
ft i thence Northerly 130 ft; thence O 11fciiLae'
Easterly 2] ft. across road to the .
point of beginning: thence Northeasterly GOOD THRU JUN[ 1TN LARGE SNOW-WHITE
164.5 ft.1 thence North 100
ft.; thence Southwesterly 164.1 ft.' AT ANY WINN DIXIE SAVE 20# KRAFT Limit 1 with $5. order 0 moreMiracle
thence beginning.South 100' ft. to the point of 7, : Cauliflower I HEAD 29x

The above described property Is located
.t 4501 S.W.51st Street. 39 JUMBO
whip FRESH CRISP
Application 62 Rezone from Agriculture QT
to Business "A" (Requested by Irv-
ing Sussman and Sidney Manton .

Commence Trustee's>on 15. T9S.at RICE the and NE run Corner S 0 of degrees Sect 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE* EA, AURORA TOILET Limit 2 with $5. order or more Celery 2 STALKS 29x

2T 57E along the East line of said WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF FRESH RED RIPE CARTONTomatoes
section 2413.S5 to the P.0.8.. thence
continue S 0 degrees 23 57" E along ONE PEG. ROLL
19 said degrees section 3T line 03"17VI W 11M.2 thence, thence run S Dixie Home:Tea Bags Tissue 2 PKG. 19 1 2 CTNS. 29

run N 0 degrees 22 ST* W W, thencerun GOOD THRU tSTH .
N tv degrees 33 03"* E 3212j
thence run N 0 degrees 22 57" W SO: AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
thence run N t* degrees 33 03" E 75 1 1 I 1
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: f % _______________ Don't feel sorry for J.C. Mar- ______Q_____________

tin. Let Ray Katt, Gus Trian- e g ,
i 11 EN ROUTE TO TALLAHASSEE Over the years the '\ dos, Joe Ginsberg and CharleyLau ; S

I? Florida State University football clinic has been a high spot I hand out the sympathy.They're S ______________

II.;. of the year in the Sunshine State. _.i_ -' the ones who know what

I t' Tom Nugent currently head football coach at Maryland JUAN PIZARRO HOYT WILHELM J. C. MARTIN it's like to try and catch the

'a i and FSU mentor when the now hotly-contested Florida-FSU I .He Started He Relieved He CaughtSlainmin' butterflies Hoyt Wilhelm throws. _________ S
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athletic series got under way, left the Seminoles a top- I
Martin had one of those night
I I drawer legacy in the clinic that he started and promoted.

::1 The list of speakers always is long and luxurious both in marish evenings that all of Wilhelm's S _________________________

football and basketball. The annual first-day press dinner at Sammy Again catchers experience now _ _
and then as the White Sox
t which writers hear from all the coaches on the clinic platform the Baltimore Wednesday, June 10, 1964 ,
whipped second-place
J and then fire away questions has produced many 5
stories of nation-wide interest. Orioles 9-5 Tuesday and .

:, Makes It in extended their American _______
And, it is to be hoped, Clemson coach Frank Howard will QualifyingBy League
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be present to send everyone, into uproarious laughter with lead to 1% games. ._

this always-humorous tales of football, fellow coaches and Juan Pizarro was breezing to Weis' throwing error. a two-run single in the five-run

topics in general. WILL GRIMSLEY Others were less fortunate, in. the first round, played 17 holesof his seventh victory with a 6-1 In the ninth J.C. allowed two I White Sox fourth.

Associated, Press Sports Writer cluding former winners Cary the second and then left the lead through seven innings and more. pitches to get by, settingup : Chuck Hinton slammed six

Golf lovers everywhere heaveda Middlecoff, Tommy Bolt and course without taking off his Martin was taking it easy while the Orioles' final run. In hits in the doubleheader for the

big sigh of relief todaySamSnead Lew Worsham and such well- spikes. Duden, the croquet-style I Camilo Carreon handled the big case you haven't been counting, Senators and ran his average to

., made it. I known touring pros as Dave putter from Portland, Ore.,, mitt. that's three passed balls and a .350. Buster Narum and Tom

DIa'LJ f : Slammin' Sammy, the man Marr, Bob Duden and Wes El missed in a playoff of the 149! throwing error in two innings of Cheney went the distance to

,: JI" who has won a hundred tournaments shooters. Called Wilhelm
; : -lis.Sam catching Wilhelm.In gain the victories. It was Che
Three Oriole hits in the
f but never the Open, will now 52 but still strong eighth other AL games Tuesday, ney's first triumph since July 4

:Sftft ..J'Jl be trying for the 24th time and active and a sentimental Middlecoff, the golfing dentist brought Al Lopez out of the Sox Washington swept two games of last year.Chuck .

-. '" M!. u .' .; when 150 of the world's best favorite every time he tees up who won the Open in 1949 and dugout on the run and he called from Kansas City 8-4 and 5-1, Cottier's

golfers tee off next week in the the ball in the Open, made the 1956, was a casualty at Wood- for Wilhelm. When the veteran Los Angeles stopped Cleveland three-run

blue ribbon American championship grade easily at Detroit where mere, N.Y., where 36 qualifierswere reliever got the high sign it New York homer helped Narum overcomea
5-1 Boston whipped
shaky start in the and
led
I by the 230-pound opener
at the meant Martin'had to to work
CongressionalClub big George Bayer led a strong go
Minnesota
5-2 and Detroit walloped -
Welshman Dave Thomas. Mike Brumley's bases.loaded
in and that's when the trouble
Washington, D. C. field of the tournament stars too
The repartee between Howard and Nugent, now foes in the Snead Thomas shot the best 36 holesof started. 161.Martin. triple eased Cheney's way in the
94
was among who with a score of 68-70-138.
Atlantic Coast Conference is continuing thing. The latest the day with 68-67-135 leading once said Wilhelm'sknuckler nightcap.
a qualified in final 36-hole tests Snead's qualifying score was One of Wilhelm's flutterballs
dances like "it
was
I chapter should unfold tomorrow. Tuesday Detroit; Woodmere, 71-73-144, five shots under the such well-known players as got away and Sam Bowens, who something bewitched," but all Fred Newman threw a six-

This One's a ClassicOne N.Y., Washington; Pittsburgh, cutoff point for the 39 who made Jay Ford,and Tommy Lionel Hebert Jacobs, Doug and was on third, started for the he has to do is catch it. Pity hitter at the Indians and Bob

I and Fort Worth, completing the the grade at Detroit.It plate Martin, who is used to who have to Perry cracked his first homerun

of Howard's classic jokes came up at an FSU clinic field i for the championship I was at Detroit that Bolt, Claude Harmon. Middlecoff this sort of thing, made a quick the poor guys as the Angels collected 13

F after Clemson had gone down to defeat at the hands of June missed at 148, as did Ellis, also swing against it.
proper 1820.Southern. I the 1953 winner, shot a 77 for recovery and Bowens pulled up
lowered hits.Max
knuckler
148 and Marr the The aging
Maryland two or three straight seasons. One scribe asked Masters run short. J.C. fired to third to try Alvis homered for Cleve-

Howard if it was true that he made the remark that when ner-up, 147. and get the runner but the ball his earned-run average to 1.50 land's only iun.Radatz.

switched from FSU to the with his 14th save as the streak.
Nugent
Maryland flamboyantTom
Sectional Leaders field and the
sailed into left runner
in Sa'esDick
would never beat Clemson. Cal ing Sox won their 11th game
Other sectional leaders scored.
Howard quipped, "I don't remember making the statement were the last 15. Radatz saved Boston'svictory
Bill Garrett, 75-71-146 at Fort Moments later another Wil-
for Earl Wilson as the
then with broad "but it sounds like'me
a grin, sure ,
doesn't Worth; Tom Strange, 6970139at helm knuckler fluttered away Key Hit Red Sox tagged Al Downingwith
it
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Washington, and Chuck Scaly and moved Norm Siebern to Pizarro, who ran his record to
No. 1 Problem his second loss. It was Ra
Area high school coaches have been unanimous in their
) 69-70-139 at Pittsburgh. third. He later scored on Al 7-2, had the key hit for ChicagoKANSAS datz' 29th and 17th
appearance
conviction that they learn more at the FSU clinic than any Worsham
who beat Snead in a
in Boston's last 26
I other they attend each games.
year.
playoff for the Open crown in
With people like Navy's Wayne Hardin, Baylor's John 1947, issed out at Pittsburgh. Roger Maris and Bobby

Bridgers, Mississippi State's Paul Davis, North Carolina's, For MissouriOMAHA There are many who contend Richardson homered for the

Jim Hickey, Army's George Terry and Tom Jones, a high that Snead despite his Yankees.
age, can
school coach from Lee High in Montgomery, Ala., with a still win the Open and he'll -.5. Don Demeter had three hits

77-9-4 record it should be a most productive even( at Talla I Neb. (AP) Mis.. lege World Series crowd of 10,. probably never have, a course MINNESOTA Night Game DETROITab CITY abrhbi WASHINGTON abrhlx Including two home runs for

hassee. souri's tourney-wise seniors are 458 watched them. r h bi ab r h bl I Causey ss 4010 Blas'ame 2b 4 1 2 0 five RBI to pace Detroit's at-
more to his liking than Congres- Versalles ss 3000 Wert 3b 3100 Green 2b 3000 Kennedy b 4 1 0 0
in good position in their third Weber rationed seven hits, in sional a layout built for the Bl'mfield ss 2 0 0 0 Lump 2b 3201 I Charles 3b 4illHintOn If 4130 tack. Al Kaline also had three
the Run big Colavito rf 0310 King rf 4111 '
Kaline rf 5331
Rollins 5010
3b
Caught on shot hits for the and
at an NCAA baseball Tigers raised
blanking Arizona State, with a hitter. Oltva rf 401 Brut on cf 0000 I Aluslk Ib 4010 Phillips Ib 3110 I
crown but Coach Hi Simmonsis : team Killebrew If 1 1 1 1 Demeter If 5235 I Edwards c 4010 Brumley c 3013 his average to .298, a jump of
The new Golden Hills Academy near Ocala will open for batting mark of .316 Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick- 1-lalIct 4000 Cash Ib 3300 I Woiclk If 3 0 0 Valentine cf 4 0 00
wary of Southern Cal, a team best in the tourney. But hJt Allison Ib 4000Thon'asCf-tf5121 I Mathews cf 3010 Brinkman ss 3 0 1 0 85 points in the last two weeks.
business fall. Robinson former teacher in the laus the
next favorites 2000
Tommy a are there. Battey c 4010 Freehan c 4234 I Pfister p 2000 Cheney p
he's Bill Freehan also homered for
Marion Co. school system, has been named coach. The never beaten in the college walked five and needed some They were exempt from qualify Allen 2b 3 0 2 McAullffe IS 3 2 1 1 I a3ryan 0 1010 0 0 0Totls
World Series. Kaat l000MCLainp 3000 Segul p Detroit and Harmon Killebrew
Academy will have teams in swimming, tennis and golf outstanding defensive plays to ing, as was the defending champion aGreen p 1000 31 ,7 1 Totals 31 S t 4

which should be a boon to Gainesville High School's scheduling USC's defending champions go all the way. He has a 10-1 Julius Boros and 19 oth Plels p 0000 000 a-Singled for Pfister In 7th. tagged his 17th for the Twins.

Perry p Kansas City ....,.,........ 100 000 000-1
in those three sports. Two more matches, home-and. 40-13, had to use their two best record and 0.66 era. ers. bMincher Dailey 1000 0000 Washington ..........'" 001 001 .3x-S

home. pitchers to win a rain-sus- Shifflett p 0000 E-Pfister. PO-A-Kansas City 249. Tung Oil
Joe O'Farrell general of Ocala Stud Farm which cGoryl 101 Washington 27-11. DP-Edwards and
manager pended game from Mississippi Totals. 34171 Totals, 34111213 I Charles; Brinkman Blasingame and Phil
produced Needles and Carry Back, cavorts in a Class B 3-2. Walt Paterson went four WOLF a-Struck out for Kaat In 5th; bStruckout lips. LOB-Kansas City 5, Washington 5.
STARTSON '
forShifflett
for Perry in 7th; c-Singled 23-Hinton. Causey Mathews. 38-
softball league during the summer. O'Farrell's daughter Sun innings Monday night and Larry In tthMinnesota Brumley. HR-Charles King. s-Green. Tops Bell

marries ex-Gator basketball star Augie Greiner on June 20. ooo loo ooo1 Cheney.
Fisher finished Tuesday Detroit ..::::::::::::::: 103 130 tOx-U IP H R ERBBSO .
had comment Gator .
farm leader recent ..
The noted horse a on Pfister. U 02. 1 6 2 2 1 5
night. ._. .,..... Tung Oil, Kirkpatrick & Pier-
E-Kaat 2 Allen Rollins. PO-A-Minnesota Segul 2 3 3 3 1 2
football fans. O'Farrell says, "They (UF fans) are a little PROMISEPistons 24-14 Detroit 27-4. DP-Kaat, Ver Cheney W 1-2 .. t 7' 1 1 2 son and Jones-Johnson scored
narrow-minded and blow their team's expectations out of This disrupted their pitching salles and Allison; Keel Allen and Ver WP-Pflster. U-Napp. Rice Stevens.
salles. LOB-Minnesota 10 Detroit 7. Valentine.' T-2:11. A-4,253. wins last night in Petticoat
proportion before the season." rotation for tonight's big one I 2B-Battey. Kaline 2. McAuliffe. 3B- League softball at
City
Freehan. HR-Klllebrew, Demeter 2. Night 6amt games
No has been able to explain the of the Recreation with Missouri which impressive
one sense was BALTIMORE (AP-A Besides Freehan. -Wert, McLain.. SF-Lumpe. LOS ANGELES CLEVELAND Park.
monumental Howell
Department's setup in which it charges 25 cents, admissionfor in Arizona greatest scorer IP H R ERBBSOKaat abrhbi abrhbi
whipping 5-for-3 trade with the in Piston Detroit U 5-3 ......4 4 5 1 4 a I Klrkpa'ck If Si 1 0 Howser ss 4000 Tung Oil downed Bell Telephone .
City League games on one field with entrance at one State 7-0 on Keith Weber's sev- history, I Plels .........:.. ,.3 2 3 3 2 1 Satrlano 3b 3' 1 0 Davalillo cf 4 0 0 0 Co. 13-10
Baltimore Bullets, involvingsuch gave up veterans Don Ohl and Perry ........... 12-30 0 0 1 1 Fregosl ss 4120 Wagner If 3010 ; Kirkpatrick &
gate and free admission on an adjacent, field for Petticoat en-hitter. It was Missouri's 23rd stars Dailey ........... 1-3 5 S S 3 0 I Clinton rf 4021 R.Chance rf 4 0 1 0 Pierson surprised Williams-
as Bailey Howell and Bob Ferry and their No. 2 and 3 I .........
League and Business League contests with entrance through in Shifflett 12-3100 2 Adcock Ib 4 1 2 Whitfield Ib 4010
straight victory a 24-3 sea Terry Dischinger has given draft choices-6-foot-8 'McLain W. 1-0 ... t 7 1 1 4 I Rodgers c 4011 Azcue c 4010 Thomas, 12-11; and JonesJohn.son .
another gate. But once in the free gate fans can watch the Les Hunter I ,
WP-Dailey. U-Hurley Flaherty Car.S Perry cf 3122 Alvis 3b 3111 leading 11-3, in the fifth,
General Manager-Coach Charley of Chicago Loyola and ball- rlgan. Haller. T-2:50. A-M31. Knoop 2b 4010 Brown 2b 3010
City loop anyhow.A son.In
games RIGAN Haller. T2:5o.f,631.. Newman p 4 0 1 0 Donovan p 1000 won on a forfeit when Hill's
suggestion made here several seasons ago was to adopt the first winner's bracket Wolf of the Detroit Pistonsa handling whiz Wally Jones of I Grant p 1000
and
the policy of other city softball programs. Make the City game tonight Minnesota, 28-11. good start toward keeping a Villanova. BALTIMORE Night Gimo CHICAGO aFrancona Bell p 0000 1000 manager ejected from protested the game.B. was

League team entrance fee substantial enough to provideumpires' faces Maine, 19-6. In the loser's promise.The abrhM abrhbi Totals 35 511 5 Totals 311 4 1
Along with Dischinger,. the Adair 2b 5 1 1 H'shb'ger cf 5 211 a-Filed out for Grant in tth. Wallace had three hits for

pay and have free admission for all regularseasongames bracket this afternoon, Texas promise made at the end Aparlclo 4020 Weis .b 4221 Los Angeles ..-.........- OW 311 1115Clevtl.nd Tung Oil and Wagner and Hemree .
1963 NBA rookie of
the andA Bowens rf 311 OF.Rob'sonrf4i23
excepting the Saturday night exhibitions. A&M 19-7 meets Seton Hall year .............. ill 000 000-1
,
of last Siebern Ib 4 232Ward3b 3100 > matched that for Tele-
-. -.. -. season was that the 20. .noinlc- r. ame man lasl B.Rob's'n 3b 4 00 Hansen Satriano. Po-A-Los
-- --- ss 3000 Angeles 27-21
24-4 ana ,Mississippi 24-6, faces would undergo at leasta season, Baltimore dealt ofl! Powell If 3000 Nicholson If 5110 Cleveland 2712. OP-Alvis, Brown and phone Co. Combs and Fullwood

I Budweiser Arizona State, 43-6. "60 per cent turnover" in per- rookies Rod Thorn and Don Cimoll bSaverlne Ct 0100 4010McCrawlb Carreon c 3130 3122 Azcue Whtfield and; Satriano Brown.. LOB-Los Knoop end Angeles Adcock t;, had four hits each for Kirk-

Nips sonnel before they started a new Brown 4OlOMartInc 1000 Cleveland 5.28Brown. patrick> & Pierson while Evans
"Southern Cal is a mighty Kojis. McNally 1000 Pizarro p 4012 Kirkpatrick Rodger HR-
good club" Simmons said. National Basketball Association Stock p 0 0 0 Wilhelm p 0000 Ah/Is ,Perry. SF-Perry. S and Harbaugh had three each
The Bullets finished fourth
aGaines 1000 IP H R ERBBSO for
campaign. Haddix 1000 Newman, W, 4-2 t 1 1 1 1 4 Williams-Thomas.
'They are well seasoned and p
and: the Pistons fifth in the
Hall p 0000 Donovan,.L, 2-3 .. 3 1.3' 3 3 0 1 Tung Oil 550300-13123
I 'in make no false moves." league's Western half but the cJohnson 0000 Grant ... ...... 42-37 2 2 2 3
Wings CityBudweiser Totals 3452 Totals 50120 Bell ............ 1 0 0 0 0 1 Telephone Co. 070 102 10 13 8
management of both clubs contended Grounded outfor Stock In 5th; bRan WP-Grant. u-Drummond. Umont, DI- Wallace and Powers Hembreeand
USC eliminated Missouri in ;
Co. Muro
Milling deal the for Cimoli In tth; Sacrificed for Paparella. T-2'O. .A-5,256.
the fourth round last year, 12-3. Tuesday's big Hall In tth.Baltimore Lyons.

edged Gaines Guy Cleveland 000 000 0 -0 11 '' gest in NBA history makes the ................ ooo lilt 031-5 Vms.-T'm's 3301040-11145(
The Trojans beat Simmons' 'Chicago ....... ..... .
and Schlitz ; 100 500 0 x- Bill Halleristhe
ville 5-4 Schlitz
Wings : lOlOOOx-23 Loses First future look rosy. youngest :K&P 4204002-12193
for
club in 12 innings the 1958
E-Ad.lr. B. Robinson
blanked Guy Cleveland 2-0 in, Brumbaugh and Leon; Lester -championship. Bullet General Manager Paul PO-A-Baltimore' 24-12, Chicago Martin 27-4.Wels.DPB. American League umpire. He :Elliot and Martin; White and

City League 'softball games at: and McKoy. Hoffman called Ohl, a good outside Robinson, Adair and Siebern; Brown turned 29 last Feb. 28. Fullwood.
Missouri was ranked No. 1 in and Aparicio. LOB-Baltimore 5, Chicago
City Park last night. In Alacliua shot who averaged 17.3 last 11.
I .
Wings 0000202-4 1II the final poll of the nation's college 2B-Aparlclo. 38-Wels. HR-Slebem.

Bill Lester of Schiltz held Gu.t I Budweiser 0000221-511 baseball coaches Arizonaa season, "probably the finest SB-,Wels. McCraw, Johnson.
IP H R EF BB SO
Cleveland to 'a lone hit, a fifth.Inning Atwood and Daughtery; Barnes narrow second, Ole Miss ALACHUA Copeland guard in the league" and noted McNally L. .-....3 1.3 7 4 5 2 1
II Stock ............
Howell has averaged be- 2-31 0 0 Ii
that
single,by Kalter. Schlitz, and Cook. >' third, USC fourth. A record ColIM handed Alachua Milling Co. Haddix ......... :J 1.3 3 :I :I J 2 _
managed only three hits off !its first Alachua softball loop tween 17.8 and 23.4 over a five-I Hall ............ 2-3 1 0 0 1
Pizarro. W, 7-2...
71-31 4 3 2 3
losing pitcher Ray Brumbaughbut I loss of the season, 4-3, last year span during which he has :Wilhelm ........ 12-31 1 0 S 1

first and third-inning runs night although the winners failed totaled 8,182 points for a Piston U PB--Salerno Brown. 2.McKinley.Martin :X Chylak, Soar. T

v'on' itThe to get a hit. career record. 251. A-20V465.Night Gems

NEW YORK BOSTON

Budweiser-Wings game American Legion won 12-6 abrhbi abrhbi
S5S ** 0 0 M"infl Sb 1 2 0 0
bad two parts. Bobby Barnes from Lions in the other game RkWd5gn2b4l2IglIgllaro2 100 SI

no-hitted Wings for four innings played. Mantle cf 4.0 OYtrz'sU cf 3222 4g
I 1UAI0R Gonzalez If 0000 Stuart Ib 4033 i
and Tom Atwood blanked Bud AMERICAN LEAGUEW (Ortega 3-2). night Marls rf 4121 Malzon 3b 4100
L Pel G.,. Chicago (Jackson N) at New York I Jim Jenkins held Copeland : LEAGUE Trash If-ef 2000. Thomai rf 4010
Pepitone
weiser for three and then gave Ib 4 0Bressou5,3Ol 0:
Chicago 30 14 .682 (Fisher 3-4), night
two harmless hits in the Baltimore 31 II .633 1V4 Pittsburgh (Friend 4-5) at Philadelphia 1- ,I without a hit but nine walks =:'rd3bC 3 2000 1 Wilson TUlman : 4000 I
up New York 25 20 .554 5\4 (Mahaffey 4-2). night and two errors got the runs I EADERSf Downing p 2000 Radatz 2000
fourth.In Cleveland 26 21 .533 5VkMlnnetota St. Louis (Gibson 5-2 and Hobble 0-3) p 3000
21 24 .538 at San Francisco (Herbal 3-1 and Hend- for the winners. Milling Co. got aaiancnard Renlff isIsTush 1. SI
the fifth, Wings scored Boston 34 25 .510 7Detroit ley 4-4). doubleheader p
only three hits off winning AMERICAN LAEGUE 35212 Totals nil I
21 M .49 life Only games scheduled.FLORIDA .
twice on three ,hits but Bud. Washington 24 32 .42 12 Batting (100 at bats)-Oliva. Minnesota. a-Flied out for Downing in 7th.

weiser matched that. Budweiser -Los Angeles 21 33 Jit 14 STATE LEAGUEW pitcher Bill Martin, two, singlesby J6; Hinton Washington 350. I N_ York ............... lOt 001 Ml-I
Kansas City 17 34 JJ1 UVfcYesterday's L Pd. C.B. K. Yoho and a double by Runs-Oliva. Minnesota 41j Allison Bosto .. .._.............. OMOMMsSE
added two more in,the sixth St. Petersburg 34 It U42 Minnesota 3$.
Results Ft. Lauderdale DeLoach. Runs batted '-Stuart. Boston and -Mantle. P0-A-New York 24-7 Bos-
for a 4-2 lead but Wings tied 30 20 .Mtt 2* Wagner, Cleveland 44. 1 Ion ?? DP-SchHHng, Bressoud and
Washington 1-5 Kansas City 4-1, twl- Daytona Bead 2t 22 ..56e4 % I
night Lakeland Hits on".. Minnesota, "> Hinton. 1 Stuart 12), Boyer Richardson and P,p-
30
with a pair in' the''seventh. Los Angeles 5. Cleveland 1. night Sarasota '26 23.S66 25 .510 7 4 'Four players got three hits Washington 75. 1 lone. LOB-New York 5, Boston 7.
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In the seventh, singles, by Detroit Boston 5.1C New Mlnnetota York 2.1,night night Miami Tampa it 24 34 2t J5.453 15 10 each as Legion collected 18 Mathews Doubles Kansas- Hinton.Cit), Washington.and Oliva Minnesota 14; -Richardson., Marts.YastrzemsW. HR ;I IRlcNlrdIon. I BEEFEATERBEEFEATER.

Gene Ritch, Sonny Kutshe and Chicago t. Baltimore S. night Orlando 15 35 .900 UYesterdays blows in its win. Robert Munn 12. Dowvno.L2.2..4 I' H R ERBBSO ,II
Minnesota 5 Free-
Games Triples Oliva ; 4 3 3 t i I
Mickey Noble and a walk to Baltimore! Todays(Roberts 4-2) at Chicago Results and Jimmy Dampier had two han and McAuiiffe DetroIt. hare* I Renlff "-..n.,. j :J 2 1 1 3 '

Billy Knight produced the win. (Peter Minnesota 6-2). night(Stango 3-5) at Detroit) Daytona Sarasota Beach 7. Tampa.. Miami 2 2 singles and a double each ,to Kansas Hinton. Washington.City> Versalles 4. Minnesota, and Wilson Radatz W....5-2. .. 22-31 t V3 4 1 1 1 1 II 4 2

ning run with no one out : Leiich: 4-5). night Ft. Lauderdale at Orlando ppd lead the attack.Copeland's j Home runs KUIebrew Minnesota. KANSAS Twilight Came
Kansas City (Bowsfletd 04) .at Wash. St. Petersburg .. Lake 7 (II toning) 17; Colavito. Kansas City. 14. CITY WASHINGTON .
Harry Daughtery had two hits v that Stolen bases Aparicio.. Baltimore abrfcbl akrhbi
Ington (Daniels 5-4). night victory put
T....,. Games 2S, Weis Chicago and O_""'". O v.-C- y M Sl2sBrktkmanu3I2I
for Wings, both singles, and J-l Los) at Angeles Cleveland(Bellnsky(Rame$3-3 H and and D.JoM Lee Daytona Beach at Tampa team into ,a tie with Alachua land LPltctllng Green 2b 4l32Keviedy3 5121
Garland Wallace bad a single 2-3). twl-night doubiehoaaer_ Orlando at Lakeland (S decisions) Ford. New Charles 3b 4000 Htofon tf 5232
St. Milling for the loop lead. Bunker Baltimore and Coiavlto 4000 SIt Martini Menappreciate
New York (Williams 0-0 and Terry Petersburg at Miami York. 7-1 J75; wron Ib :3000
and double.' Bitch had two 1.5) at Boston (Lamaba3 and .Spans- ,Sarasota at Fort Lauderdale.INTEEMATIOMAL Milling Co. 003 00-3)( 3 KraUck Cleveland. ..157.I Gentile Ib 3010 Lock: cf 3101
wick ,-:). day-night doutaieheader I Strikeouts Pena, Kansas CIty. 7<; Laue 4fltLeppertc 4132
singles and a double for Bud LEAGUEW Copeland 021 01-10 .Radatz Boston 75.NATIONAL. Woidk dlliVaIantInerfSi2s
L Pet.O.B. LEAGUE Mathews cf 4 0 0 0 Cottier 2b 4113 its
and NATIONAL LEAGUE
weiser. Kutshe Noble also w L Pet.. G.L Toronto 2t It M4 Jenkins and Yoho; Martin I Batting (100 at bats) Williams O'DoWhiapIll2N.arwnp 400

bad two bits each.Tonight's San Francisco 30 20 MM JaduonvRfc SyracVM 2t 24 20 11.571.Sfl 3% and Ingram. Ch JS,agQ.. Jfii May San Francisco. Handrah-a p iSIS 1 I 1aBryan .
Philadelphia 21 20 JU3 1
GameTonIght's Cincinnati 27 23 Ja :3 auH.1o Rochester 22 It JJ7 3% Lions 30 000 1- 6 9 Runs Mays San FrancIsco 44 Grzenda p Sill identifiable
24 24 .500 S Williams Chicago 3s. AJwstt: IllS
Business League St.Pittsburgh Louis 31 27 JS 24 Jit JM 4 3' CoIum Richmond 21 37 u3i a Legion 503 103 x.U 18 Runs batted in Mays San Fran Total* 314104 Totals 331121a S
us'I' 27 JU f Si. Louis, 42. Struck out for Handrahan In
Milwaukee cisco. 44; Boyer Tth
games: chlc.gg. ._. ,2 24fl.490< 27 -"tl ,5V 5V** Atlanta 15 2t J41 U Curls and Lunceford; Coker Hit wniiams Chicago- 75; CMmente I Grounded out for Creenda In tin. excellence: L I ,

6:30, Post Office vs. Sunland; Los Angeles 25 27 "'411 4. Atlanta 4. Toronto Ycstortfayl' 4 Resvtts and Munn. Pittsburgh. 73. i(asses City ......?....... 22* SOS 000-4
f, MiSmlth! Sinclair: ,vs. Publir; New Houston York 25 17 30 34 .321.455 ,14V 7H JacksonviO. 10. Buffalo 7 Doubles. Pittsburgh.- Williams.15. GuV-go.. lo; Clemcnte ,............ ................ 904 100 OOx-I I

....... Columbus Syracuse 2 Triple s. to. Chicago. 4; CafO- Matttews. Causey. PO-A Kansas "
9:30, Hav>A-Tampa vs. GE. Mtedeipni Yesterday's 4-4. Pttliburgn. '3-4.- twt- Rodttrter 2.*Richmond I son. Philadelphia.5. C City 34-10 Washington 21- DP-Causey. THE IMPORTED ONE ,
Field No.1;, 6:30 Gainesville night Todays Games Home runs Mays. San Francisco. I Sreen and Gentile (2) Skowron and Leopert. -
New Yort 4-Z Chicago S-S. tWIItigM1stganUlnnIngs Toronto at Atlanta Jim Honochick and Joe Papa- 0; Williams, Chicago U. ,: LOB-Kansas City 3. Washington 7. !EEFEATERGN! I II
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MIKE RATHET day night, with a six-hit, 1-C nound against Cincinnati and Cincinnati edged the Los Ange- but went out when Keough batted The Mets won the, opener

BAtt 86sOWtT Associated Press Sports Writer victory over Juan Marichal ant :aced just five batters. When he les Dodgers 21. Houston defeated and the Dodgers scored against the Cubs when Jesse

Sadecki has the National League leadin trudged off the mound, he had Milwaukee 6-5 and 4-1 while their run against Sam Ellis. Gonder singled with the bases

", \NO -TH1N6& CAMIPfH Ray certainly San Francisco Giants.It been tagged for five runs on the New York Mets edged the

i J4APpH' : .. CLU0CLOSZP ..r., IPmE: EHP matured quickly. was the first shutout of the two homers, a single and two Chicago Cubs 6-5 in 12 innings 9-1 Record loaded in the 12th inning capping ;
FACE; & ATf Dick Farrel his two-run
brought record a rally. LarryBearnarth
fl OP-THE CUi&US2 AN" Two he being seasonand the sixth straight of his before losing 5-2.
t AD E65 134.6HO1 WIU- years ago was own, errors. "
fl ; EX-HA: KNEE.PtACB to 9-1 for the Colts with his pitched 74-3 innings
t PvU6Pl \ sot/Axe called 10-year-old boy. NowSadecld's victory as a starter for the
) ) A fAfff WIUL. RE 5UL."f. eNto a "Worst"St. Marichal, now 8-2, had allowed sixth straight victory but need of hitless relief ballland woundup
THE 800V A MOR 23-and the hottest onetime bad boy of the Cardinal
SWCISTHe PAPSEASIEST ; 15 -o-fG. NCKMAU I DI 'f'ANC Louis Manager Johnny only three hits when the ed Hal Woodeshick's ninth inning the winner, wit a'six-hit.. 10-
ID HIT Louis staff. staff.
St.
the
CONTROUAIM lAUOW .. !ANPN P FRfM "n-4f A1.L..sq pitcher Sadecki on still another in- Two and four days before Keane, flushed with anger, cited Cardinals finally struck for the relief help. With one run inning performance.

FOR' THE tRlif... gave years Sadecki for acting "like a 10- game's only run in the ninth. in and two on, Woodeshick got
dication of his transition Tues- he had stepped to the Lew Burd tfe,..acquireu from
7 year-old boy" and said his per. Curt Flood started things witha Joe Torre to hit into a double
-- -
St. Louis, won his first start for
& formance was "the worst exhibition single, moved up on a sacri- play, and struck out Ed
the .Cubs in the nightcap. The
/ National League BoxesTwfllghf of effort I've ever seen on fice and raced home on a singleby Mathews.
decisive run came across in the
a major league diamond." Charley James. Don Nottebart won his first
sixth on a double by..BiUy Wil-
game after seven losses with aivehitter
Sadecki countered: "I don't Marichal collected two of the in the Bob Hams and Ron Santo's single.

0 ,. ,. 6 t.ANC6 ISSSe.N11A Came Giznts' hits muffed sacrifice nightcap.
Cams Night PHILADELPHIA see how I can pitch anymore but a Aspromonte hit his second homer -

KEEP WJ5IGHTPACK CHICAGO abrhbt NEW YORK ab'r h W 1 PITTSBURGH abrhW a&rhH for a guy. like this," and said in the third inning that of the night in the eighth inning TRANSMISSION

: on -rue Ama'tano 2b 4 0 0 0 Hickman cf 5 0 2 2 Schofield st 4lIOTayIor2b 4000 he was quitting the team. ;p.tbably cost a. run. With Gil
?
.'NIEto AMP Brock rf l20Kranepool1bO20 Virdon cf 4110 RoJas If 3000 -only the second hit off Slipping
Williams If 4llCHimt 2b 4000 Clemente 3I2SCaIlison rf 3000Stargell Gcrrido on second. Marichal I
HAt' RcrL''ThL1HROCJsW / Bob Sadowski-and started a
S.nto3b 5330 Chrlsf rf 5140 Ib 3011 Allen 3b 4010 Cooler heads prevailed and missed bunt and Garrid-j MOTOR
'" Banks lb 50:32: C. Smith 3b a 2 1 0 Lynch If 301 Gonzalez cf 3010 a was four-run surge that won it for J
ou1rH SWING.UI Cowan cf 5OlOTaylortf 1000 Bailey 3b 3111 Bermst'n lb 3 0 0 C Keane and Sadecki wound up thrown out at third. Harvey Knocking? .
A 6WW, Bertell c 5033 Stvrdivant p 0 0 0 0 Mazer'ski 2b 4 0 1 0 Dalrymple c 4 0 2 0 shaking hands. Sadecki also the Colts. I
COMPACTevixte. E'ACK- Rodgers is 3000 Bearnartn p 4 0 1 0 Pagliaronl c 4 0 0 0 Wine ss 2000 Kuenn then singled. Left Stranded?
.-,fl4W bStewart si 2 0 0 dSamuel 1011 Blass p 4000 bCovlngton 1000 wound up in the minors. Don't Feel Blue
P&VVM Ellsworth p 5 0 0 McMillan ss 5 1 20 Amaro ss 1000 Allen Homers '
*AY WItH Last Sadecki returnedand
McDaniel p 0 0 0 0 Can'zaro c 4110 Culp p 1000 year .. We will overhaul
-mE. &HO1WJflL.WL.L.AP1S cO.Smim 0000 Khppstein p 0 0 0 0 was 10-10. Then he got off The Phillies broke through in ; any
1011 aSievers 1000 transmission
IMPAGI Jackson Gonderc p 0000 Green p 0000 to a quick 0-3 start this season. the first game when Richie Allen

Wakefield p 000 0 cCater Baldschun p0000 1000 But he hasn't lost since as a hit his 11th homer, the first $nn5o
Kanehl cf 5122
I Totals 4ISUS Totals/ 51 I 17 < Totals 32 4 $4 Totals 31540 starter, his one defeat comingin for Philadelphia in 75 innings.Art for only *7 & parts
a-Singled for Wakefield In 2nd; b- a-Fouled out for Klippsteta/ In 5th; NO MONEY DOWN
----- Grounded out for Rodgers In lOthi c- I i Fouled out for Wine In 7th; c-Filed a relief role. His latest victory Mahaffey, however, couldn'thold

.,.... Ran for Cannlzzaro In llth d-Singled c.>ut for Green In 7th. snapped a four-game St. a 4-0 lead and needed EdRoebuck's Easy Terms
for Bearnarth In 12th. Pittsburgh .............. 100 120 000-4 FUTURAFull 12.000 Mile WarrantyTRANSMISSIONS
Chicago ................ :301 000 lOt oot-5 I Philadelphia ............ 000 ooo 000-0 Louis losing streak and cut the relief help after Jerry -
: New Yark ............. 040 000 000 001-4 E-Mazeroskl. PO-A-Pittsburgh 27-10. Giants league lead to one game Lynch closed the gap with a SWIMMING Size Above-Ground POOLS REPAIREDUILT

E-Santo. PO-A-Chicago 34-16 (one out I Philadelphia 27-*. DP-Wine. Taylor and.rrnstein over Philadelphia. three-run homer. I MOTORS-Rebuilt. Overhauled
when winning run scored). New York I ; Bailey Mazeroskl and Star- From $1149 plus
q 34-15. OP-Rodgers, Amalfitano and Banks jell; Dalrymple and Allen. LOB-Pittsfturgh Blass pitched his first major freight and installation Superior Rebuilders
Kanehl. Hunt and Kranepool; Banks. uttI I 7, Philadelphia 7. End Skid \ SUDDEN SERVICE
375-0040
assisted. LOB-Chicago 13. New York 13. 2B-Lynch, Clemente, Gonzalez Dal- league shutout in the nightcap,
Christopher.. 3B-Santo.IP rymple. HR-Bailey. The Phillies split, ending a bringing his record to 3-2 with OIL CO. 2017 N.E. 27th Ave.

Ellsworth L. 73 111-315 H R< ER"5 2 SO 2 I! W. 3-2..... t IP A H R 0 ERBBSOBlass 0 3 7 four-game skid with a 4-3 first- heavy hitting support by Lynch I 6-4404 A Al Griffie Enterprise

yMeDaniel ....... 2-3 2 0 0 1 0 Culp:: U 1-5 ...... 4137 4 4 4 1 game victory: before Pittsburgh and Bob smackeda j
Jackson .......... 2.3 A 3 3 1 0 I Kllppstein ....., 23 0 0 0 0 0 Bailey. Lynch .
Wakefield i .. 11-30 0 0 1 0 ::0 rein .......... 2 1 0 0 1 A rookie Steve BIass stopped them key two-run double for the .. --
i xSturdlvant, =:===. 0 3 1 1 0 0 I Baldschun ...... 2 0 0 0 1 1 4-0 on four hits in the nightcap.In .
Two Tie Games Bearnarth W. 4-3 10 5 1 1 3 6 HBP-By Blass (Callison). WP-Blass. Pirates and Bailey connectedfor i
I men x-Faced In 12th.4 men In 3rd; y-Faced 3 r-2l U-Barllck.. A-32.1J5.Oonatelli Landes Steiner. the only other single game, a homer. If seems all t the nicest: 1 i

HBP-Bearnarth (Amalfitano U -Paekoudas Night Game Gordy Coleman's homer in f ]

Williams. Smith, Gorman. T- CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES the second-the only hit off .

3:32. Night Game abr abrhbl. AllStarsPlay t 1eople! drillk
Feature ActionIn CHICAGO NEW YORK ab r h bi wills ss 3 0 1 0 Dodger starter Joe Moeller in
Rose 2b 3000 G'lI'm 3b-2b 4010 Keough's "
abrhbl abrhM cJohnson lb 1000 Parker lb 3011 seven innings-and Marty -

A'lfitano Brock rf 2b 4O2lHunt All 0 Hickman 2b If 4020 4110 Harper f 3 0 0 0 T. Davis If 3000 eighth-inning single produced L ______"' ;: _. ._._.<-..---.- .-, -
Pinson cf 4000 Howard 4000
rf .
Williams If All Gonder c 4020 Coleman WingsAn the Reds' runs. Cincinnatti -
lb 3111 Brewer p 0000 ;
Santo 3b 4121 Chr1ph.rrf400C "
Banks Ib A 0 2 lkranepo'Ilb4O 21 Klaus 2b 1000 Camllll c 2000 starter Jim OToole allowed
Robinson rf 3 0 0 eRoseboro 0000
Midget LoopTwo Cowan Schaffer cf c 4 4111 0 1 0 C.McMillan Smith 3b IS 4111 3 0 0 0 Edwards c 4000 fWalls rf 1000 all-star team picked from only two hits in seven innings OLD
Rodgers ss 4130 Samuel ss 1000 Cardenas ss 3 1 lOW. Davis cf 4 0 0 0 all the Business League clubs
Boras 3b 3010 Trac'wskl 2b 1 0 0 0
Burdette p. 3000 Kanehl cf 4000 will the Gainesville HICKORY
O'Toole p 2 0 0 aAA'm'll'n 3b 2000 play Wingsof

tie games marked play: pair fanned eight, walked three, CISCO Wakefield P p 2000 0 0 0 0D.Smlth bKeough Ellis p 1011 0000 Moeller Perran'skl p p 0 2000 0 0 0 the City League on July 4, QLarmanella.s

in Midget League baseball yesterday gave up four hits and three Wlllev p 1000 0000 Duren p 0000 dMoon 1110 in an exhibition twin bill at City a

as extra-inning contests: runs. Tucker had two hits for Totals 35 5II 4 Totals 33202 Henry p 0000 Torborg c 1000 Park. HICKOKAmerica's

and big rallies featured the ac Building Trades and Ho Hand Grounded out for Wakefield In 7th. Totals 31 2 4 2 Totals' 11 I 4 "Gainesville's Favorite :
Chicago .................... 200 001 200-5 a-struclc out for Tracewskl In 7th; b- I There will be one player chosen -
tion.Gainesville matched that for Hughes. New Yark ................ 000 011 000-2 SIngled for O'Toole In 8th; cGroundedout : from each team and two Garden of Eating" .
I for Rose In 8th; d-SIngled for Per-
Trades 27.I Most Bourbon
Building E-Cowan, Hickman. Po-A-ChlcagO Magnificent
Fought Back ranoskl In 8th; e-Announced for Camilli players from the top two teamsto featuring ..
U New York 27-14. DP-Hunt McMillan now :
and Hughes Supply battled nine In 8th; f-Fouled out for Roseboro in 8th. '

innings to a 3-3 deadlock in an Fire Department went into the and Kranepool Kranepool; Amalfitano; McMillan Rodgers Hunt and and I Cincinnati ...............010 000 010-2 provide a 20-man Business' SUMMER COLD : ( 1
..... ....... loop all-star dub. 'II' IT rWlfy' !
top of the sixth in its Western Banks; C. Smith Hunt and .Kranepool. Los Angeles -- 000 000 010-1 S light
American League game at Fin- League with Sudden LO-Chicago 5. New York 4. E-Cardenas. PO-A-Cincinnati 27-11 Los The Wings currently are in PLATES .
game Serve 2B-Amalfltano. Banks 2. Williams. HR ,

ley.Building Art Lee Trades worked, six fanned inningsfor 14 ice Oil Co. at Littlewood, trailing ]-C. Smith Schaffer.IP S-Burdette.H M ERBBSOBurdette ;Angeles HR-Coleman.8. 2701. LOB-Clncinnatl SB-Pinson. SFParker.IP 4. Los.Angeles second place in the City League I 706 W. University; Ave. : 10 years :mellow I

.. i' J
6-2. The Firemen scored W. 2-0 t f 2 2 0 1 .
H R race.More ,,
and allowed two runs on four .... 6 10>> 5 5 0 ERBBSO Ph. 6-0666 _
xClsco U 3-6 2
nine I:>'TooteW,5-2 7 2 0 0 2 7 details on the twin bill "Y''Vw.-' ..... _" .._. .. .. .
times for 11-6 lead ... .
and ..
an Wakefield 1 1 0 0 1 0 .
hits. J. Strack finished up, fan- Willey........... 2 2 0 0'0 J I xEllis Duren 0 2 1 1 1 0 will be announced next week. I I. For Carry-Outs 10 YWS OlD STRAIGHT IOUKBOI WHIHY'Eft WOOF OLD HICKCST CISTUHS CO.PHIU.
an apparent win. But Sudden 23-0 0
0 0 1
ning six, walking three and giving x-Faced 2 men In 7th. Henry 1130 0 0 0 1
Service bounced back with five U-Williams. Smith Gorman. Pekekou- I Moeller, L,33
72342
one run and one hit the last das. T-2:34. A-24,096. 20
'in its turn at bat for ,an 11-11 Twilight Came I"errenoskl 1.3 0 0 0 0 0
three frames. I Brewer 1 0 0 0 2 0

Rollie McIntosh went four deadlock and that's how it fin' MILWAUKEE abrhM HOUSTON abrhbl x-Faced BP-By 3 Duren men in T.8th.Davis). U-Venzn. ) nd: 405 N.W.

Innings for Hughes and Chris (ished. Alou Maye cf If 5I20Fo2b 5 3 4 2 Spangler If 5100 4121 'Weyer Harvey. Conlan. T239. A.22,507.Nigllt Open .

the last five. The Aaron rf 5023 White cf 3121 Came
Boyd pitched Butler and Parker had two Torre e-lb 5000 Bond rf 1100 ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO 7
WESTERN LEAGUE hits each for Firemen and Mathews 3b S 0 2 0 Staub rf 3000 abrhbl abrhM. a.m. DIXIE, VIM'S 13th St.Phone .
Fire Dept. Sudden Service Oliver Ib 1 0 0 Aspro'te 3b 4132 Flood cf All 0 Kuenn rf 4010
.brh abrh Beard got three for Sudden Bailey c 3010 Roberts Ib 4120 Groat ss 3 0 1 D'venport 2b 4000
.. Menke ss 4000 Bateman c 3000 White lb 4000 Mays cf 2010
P. Parker If 1 0 0 Kelly All Service. to
Br-gd'n If 010 Suter 211 DelaHoz 2b 4010 Kasko SS 4010 Boyer 3t 3000 Cepeda lb 4010
Weaver p-lb 3 1 1 Shelton 5 0 1Spr'nf'd Chesnut's Fischer p 1 1 1 Farrell p 4000 James 4Ol1HarI3b 4010 TIRE CITYVACATION
four
pushed
/ c 321 Wilmot 200 over Smith p 1 0 1 Woodesh'k p 0 0 0 0 McCarver c 3 0 0 Peterson If 4000
.Butler 2b 323 Proctor 2 1 1 runs in the third inning and aCline 1000 Lewis rf 3000 Crandall c 4000 7 .m. FR2.5030
Schneider p 0 0 0 0 Javiet2b 3 01 Garrido
2000
R. P'rk'r lb-p 4 1 2 Beard 433 ss
Dlnkens 3b 300 Adams 3 2 1 went on to an 8-2 victory over bCarty 1000 Sadeckl p 3 0 1 aMcCovey 1000
321 All Moose in a' Tle'enauer p 0 0 0 0 Marlchal p 3. 2 0
AMllican Sl'ghfr National clash
loop
Totals 41 5 14 5 Totals 35'10 4 Totals 30151 Totals 32Oo
Davis cf 100 Lea 310
Kerns cf 210 Sapp 3 2 1 at Kirby Smith. Marvel had two a-Struck out for Smith In 6th; b- a-Struck out for Garrido In 9th.

Combs rf 100 hits for the winners. Popped out for Schneider In 8th. St. Louis .-............... 000 GOO 001-1 TIRE SALE
Milwaukee ........... ..... .
Reid rf 110 220 ooo 001-4 San Francisco .. .... ..... 000 000 000--I
Totals nil 7 Totals 311110 Forfeit Win Houston ................... 410 010 OOx--6
E-None. Po-A-St. Louis 27-11 San
Fire Dept. 001 10?-11 Gainesville Shopping Center EBatemalMenke 3, Torre. PO-A Francisco 27-12. LOB-St. Louis 4. San
Sudden Service IK MS-11 Milwaukee 24-10 Houston 27-8. DP-Smith Francisco ..
AMERICAN LEAGUE picked up a forfeit win from Bailey and Torre; Roberts Kasko and 2B-Sadeckl. Mays. S-Groat.IP I' ?', When you come to Tire City, you
Roberts. LOB-Milwaukee t. Houston 7. H R Elt II 1v hy More
Sup.
Gvllle Bldng. Hughes Kirkpatrick & Pierson in Pay
abrh abrii a 2B-Fox. HR-Aspromonte, Alou. Sadeckl. W, 6-4 .. 9 6 0 0 3 5 buy 1st Line & Premium Tires at
IP H ERBBSO Marichal .
Rebel circuit L
at 1-2 5
1
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Cross IS 4 0 0 T. B-yd t 2b All game City Fischer U 5-4 ... 2 2-3 7 5 3 1 7
Strack 1 b 4 2 0 R. Mc'tsh r p S 0 0 ...... 1 1 WSudo1' Pryor Secory. T-
Park. Smith ...... 21-32 1 0 1 0 2,25. A-w, -
Lee p 401 Holand ss 322 Schneider ........ 2 10 0 0 1 I a lower cost than you can buy 2nd
Tucker CF 412C.Byd.c3b401 The Dixie League game between Tlefenauer ....... 1 0 0 0 0 1xFarrell.
Philpot c 200 Hentges cf 300 Johnson & W, '.1 .. 8 14 5 A 0 I _
Fans
and & 33rd line tires other
Jenkins. 3b 400 Martaln lb A 0 0Labelle. Woodeshick ..... 1 00 0 0 at places.
rf 1 0 1 Walker If 2 0 0Mendnhil 1 TelephoneWins
North Central Baptist was un- x-Faced 3 men In 9t1l.
If 200 Buns rf 200 WP-Flscher, Smith. PB-Bateman 2. 1- Take of these low-low
Paglnnl 2b 200 Arnow If 100 reported. U-Jackowskl. Crawford. Vargo. T-2:13. advantage
300
Crevasse rf MILWAUKEE HOUSTON
Totals U 1 4 Totals 31 3 S
abrhbl alt ;II III Fifth prices before going on sum-
GET. 000 200 II*-) Maye If A 0 1 Llllij ss-2b 4112 your
Hughes Supply 100 100 01 -I Bartley Cline cf 0000 Spangler If 4011
NATIONAL LEAGUE Boiling 2b 3001 White Jb-cf 3000 mer vacation,
Aaron rf 3010 Roberts Ib 2000
Moose Chesnutsab In
r h Alou cf-If 4010 Aspro'nte 3b 4 1 1 1 SoftballHIGH
Oliver
McDavId 3b 1 0 0 J. Bi'nchl ss 2 0 1 Defeats Bailey Ib 4000Wynncf 3000K.skosi 3000
McGee 2b 2 0 0 D. Wooley rf 3 0 1 0000
Mathews 3000Staubif We Honor All Oil Credit
Whitney ss 3 1 1 r.. B'nchl c 321 Menke ss 3010 Grot 2100 SPRINGS North Major
c 2110
Martin 311 T'ml'ns'n p 321
p
If 300 Sander 3b 321 Sadowskl p 2 1 1 0 Nottebart p 2 0 0 0 Florida Telephone Co.
D'gherty Ferber cf 300 Marvel Ib 412 RZlSSell'sBarUey Schneider p 0 0 0 0 ran its Cards, Sears, Penneys and American
Totals 2f 1 5 1 Totals 24 4 4 4
Williamson c 20CR. Bus If 211 High Springs loop softball rec-
Dees lb 2 OlD. Wooley cf 2 0 0 Milwaukee ...... ....... .Ml 000 000-1 Credit Cords.
Wright rf 1 0 0 T. Bass 2b 200 Houston ................. OK too MX-4 ord to 5-0 last night with a nar- Express
Hope 3b 000 Wheeler ss 100 Temple downed Rus-
Und'rWd 2b 000 cf 100 E-Mathews. PO-A-Milwaukee 24-13. row 5-4 win over
Lottrf 000 Eagle sell's Barbers 10-2 and Duncan Houston 27-?. DP-Mathews Boiling and Spurs.

Totals MSI totals 14 0 I Brothers rolled over Plummer's Oliver LOB-;Milwaukee Aspromonte.5, Houston White and 4. Roberts. Carlon Products blew a big I SPECIALS Diamond PREMIUM

Chetnut's 004 021- Barbers 17-9 in Community HR-Aspromonte. SB-Spangler. S-Not _
Moose 111 100-1 tebart SadowskU SF-Boiling. early lead and then rallied in I
League softball games at Lincoln IP H R ER BBSO WEEKEND
Sadowskl. U 2,.. 7 2-3 4 4 2 3 4 the last two innings to edge Reb- 36 mos. guarantee
field.Maxwell. Schneider ......
1-3 0 0 I 1 0
One-Hit Wins led Bartley Temple Nottebart. W. '.7 t S 1 1 2 3 els 15-14 in the other game play
HBP-By Sadowskl .
(Roberts) U-Craw. ed.
with two hits while losing Rus- ford, Vargo, Jackowski T-2-05. A-11.184 Black White

Top The PlayIn sell's got only one safety, a PITTSBURGH' abrhM PHILADELPHIA abrhbl Telephone Co. trailed 3-0 after Diamond SAFETY LUX $995

homer by Jim Davis, off winning V Schofield rdon cf ss 20 3000 1 Taylor Kolas cf 2b 3010 3110 four innings of play but broke I 600x13......... 15.52 .......... 16.95

pitcher Taylor Clement rf 3lOOCalIIson rf 4141 through for fourruns in the
:
Major League Stargell Ib 4110 Allen 3b 4 2 3 2 18
Six players had two hits each Lynch If 4123 Cater If 4010 fifth. Spurs tied in their turn mos. guarantee 650x13 .......... 16.52.......... 18.95

A pair of one-hit victories for Duncan Brothers in a 15-hit Burgess bMcPlane c clIO 3010 0 Amaro Slevers Ib-ss lb 1001 3000 at bat in the fifth and then

marked Major League baseball attack. Lewis and Brockington Maze'skl Freest 3b 2b 2000 3000 Win Trlandos ss c 2000 2001 Telephone Co. won with a run Black White 600x13 700x13 .......... 16.52 .......... 18.95

1 had a pair apiece for Gibbon p 1000 Roebuck 0000 in the sixth. Coleman and Al- 650x13
action at Harris Field yester Plummer's.Tonight's losing Butters p 0000 Mahaffey p p 2 0 0 0 britton had two hits each for 750x14 .......... 16.95 .......... 20.95

aBailey Face 0000 1000 Herrnsfn Ib 1 0 1 0 the winners. 600x13 ...... 11.95 .... .. 13.95 700x13
day.Kiwanis games will send the cciende'n p 1000 800x14 .......... 18.95 .......... 22.95
from Club I
won Boys' Eastern Division AU Stars McBean Totals p 0000 8-0 Lead 650x13......... 12.95 .......... 16.95 750x14800x14
4-0 as Culbreath limited the against the Western Division Grounded 28 out 3 5 3 Tatals Z9 410 4 850x14 .......... 19.95 .......... 23.95
for Butters In 4th: Carlon got off to an 8-0 lead I
losers to one hit. Culbreath All-Stars at 7:15. Friday night b-Ran for Burgess In 7th; c-Grounded in the 700x13 .......... 13.95 .......... 16.95
hurled a no-hitter in his other out for Face In 7th. first two innings. Rebels I 900x14 .......... 19.85 .......... 24.95
Sunland Training Center plays Pittsburgh. ......... ... too lOt WO-I battled back for lead 14-9 : 850x14900x14
start and now has given up just Philadelphia ........... oil 210 MX- going 750x14 .......... 13.95 .......... 16.95
hit in 15 Bartley Temple at 7:15 and into the bottom of the fifth. Car-; 950x14 .......... 20.95 .......... 26.95
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one innings. Burgess. PO-A-Pittsburgh 244.
from Community Spotlites face Dun- Philadelphia 2714. DP-Mazeroskl. Sche- Ion scored three times in the, 800x14......... 15.95 .......... 17.85
Rotary won ExchangeClub can Brothers at 9. fIeld and Stargell; Taylor. Wine and Severs fifth and added three in 950x14 600x15 .......... 15.95 .......... 17.95
; Mahaffey. Wine and Steven. Scho- more
:3-0) Sherman tossed jl
as a Bartlev Temple 433 10 6Russell's field and Stargell. LOB-Pittsburgh 4. the sixth to win. 850x14 .......... 16.95 .......... 19.35 600x15
one-hitter while striking out 15. Philadelphia 4. I 650x15 .......... 15.95 .......... 17.95
02x 2 ]1 28 Callison. Burgess. HR-Aden.
Tomorrow night's games and Lynch. SB-Cater. S-Roles. Freese. SF- Richard Clemons had three' 670x15 .......... 11.95 .........12.95 650x15 1
will match. Rotary vs. Boys' Taylor Jones Powers; Willis and Trlandos. IP H. ER BBSO hits, two singles and a triple,! 670x15 .......... 16.95 .......... 19.95

Club at 5:30 and Kiwanis vs Henry. Gibbon. L. 3-2 .. 32-3 5 3 3 2 1 for Rebels. Billy Brown had: 710x15......... 12.95 .......... 14.95 670x15
Duncan Bros. 201 391 1-17 15Plummet's Butters ........ 1 1 1 1 1 710x15......... 17.85 .......... 21.95
Elks at 7:30 at Harris Field. Face ........... 1 000 I 2 three singles and a double for 710x15
121 040 19 ;7 McBean ....... j 300 I 1 760x15......... 14.99 .......... 15.95
pik up 6 pt. Carlon. 760x15 18.85 ........ 23.95
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Davis and Walker xMah.Hey.W.-Za 433 4 1 I ..........
MAJOR LEAGUE ; Johnsonand Roebuck ....... 760x15
Bay Club Kiwanis Lewis. x-Faced 3.rnM 3 In 7th.100 1 1 Tomorrow's will 800x15 .......... 16.95 .......... 17.95
abr hLerott brk WP-Gibbon. 0-Stelner. Barlkk Don- games send I 800x 15 800x15 .... .. 19.45 .......... 25.95
Jb 3. e Puckett JbS 221 atein. Land*. T2:21.Pioneers. Carlon against Rebels at 8 and: Add 2.00 for Tubeless

Johnson HaveardReoos IbM 10. t* Simmon Branch' *c 3b 10 3. 0 1 H' '- Miller Southeast Transformers will:' AH, prices plus I tax. 820x15 820x15 .......... 20.45 . .. 26.95

c 110 RyaU u 351Maviirg play Telephone Co. at 9:15.
Drop 1
HTenner 100 Collier 16 1 O.
cf 201 Cuibreath; p 300 All Prices
Blemished plus tax.
'* 2b 2. 0 Davis If 210 Dead at 71 Panthers 19-9 Telephone Co. 000 041-5 9 White Black Slightly
Harms rf 100 Wlrttt cf 210Matkanlth ANY SIZE-Exchange- or
p 100 Brown rf 1 0 0 Spurs Oil 110-4 4: Top Quality Nylon
Rev u 100 ManosoUIf ISO LONG Lanier and Lee Gibson and:
PORT. NJ. ;
Pioneers
(AP- beat Panthers 19-9
TetaltRatary 0 1 Totals 15 44 ,
Exchangeabrfc brk. I Henry (Heinie) J. Miller, AU- Jets won from Raccoons 20-18, Diedeman. I RECAPS 9.95 Add 2.88 for Premium BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE

Schenck rf 4 1 I Welst 2b 300 America football end in 1919 at Rebels crushed Buffalos 33-H Rebels Oo.t 'Z3G-U 8 Nylon, odd

Clark .2tBurge If 31 2SlOyeeisrts 0 Arnold tt 3b 300 300Parker the University of Pennsylvania, and Rockets and Bears playeda Carlon 351 033-15 IS,! 2.88 for Tubeless, 15 Mos. To Pay-

3b 300 Con cf 1 00 died unexpectedly Tuesday at 15-15 tie in Buddy League I and2.88 for White-
McC".rlt'r fat > 0 0 Johnson p 200 Floyd and Roberts; Brown NEW-Exchange
Y'ngbfd cf 300 Hilton If 200 his home in this resort near Atlantic games in Salt & Pepper division and Rice. wall. NO MONEY DOWN j

Gamercl Bender c u 3 200. Rogers Dvflaer c lb 1 251 00 City. He was 71. at the Boys' Club yester.
: Sherman p 312 RowU rf ISO Miller, a retired insurance executive BATTERIES 8.95 Prices plus tax. Open Your Account by PhoneDIXIEVIM'S
Hough 1 S S M'ntg'm'ry Ibl 01 day.Top
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Hietz 100 Carter If 1 00 who lived here for the players included Mike Defina Wins j

r ":? TereU X7J Ttal 200. I past 15 years, was born in WiI- Hopson. Don Hornsby, Buffalos .

Uarasport, Pa., and helped ; Riley Dean, John Cellon BRISTOL England AP) -ii 405 NW 13th OPEN

coach at St Joseph's College, Bruce Anderson, Rebels; Mike':Stephanie DeFina of Hollywood, i (

; Nine kickoffs were returned Temple University and West Isaac, Austine Crevasse, Keith I defeated Mrs. H. 0. O'Boyle off Street TIRE CITY

..:!,. for touchdowns during the Chester State Teachers College Craig, Rockets; Britt Mims, Wales 6-2, 6-2 Tuesday in the j 7 am.7 p.m.

: 1963 National Football League after his graduation from Penn Pioneers; Roy Beckwith, Steve :second round of the West of, FR 2-5030 I

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i'11 i' II J. t '; BUSINESS W- MARKET tkrokT 2 Area Youths in Running I I



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1 __ For State FFA Presidency
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I F Fla Nat'l Bank V V_ ___ __ _. 63% _

J j Fin Forrest Tele Labs _VV 23 26%

: Readers' Request II IITIle Founders Life V 8% DAYTONA BEACH Two 1 trict winners that participated. V
$ in the runningfor Dan Royster of Williston this
Franklin Life 5H4 area youths are
I: Greatamerican 121 the presidency of the State Santa Fe Chapters Sweep morning was named District III I
first-place award winner in
i ,. following market Quotations II Grolier V 37% Future Farmers of American
specifically by reader farm electrification. He received -
q .. Of are The requested Sun finandal 1 :?*. The QuotaSTOCK LISTINGS Gulf Life 53% Association now in session at Awards at Convention $75 to attend the national -
I ..- :,ions. are .furnIshed II HertZ Jones 131h11 its 36th annual convention here. convention. Royster's advisor

-,:Pierce..WulbemMurphey Home Ins They are Bud Ferris
is Rogers.
Jax Minit Mkts _ 6; Riviere of the
::1 NEW YORK STOCK : FMCCorp-VV 1.00 56% Rexall V VVV .50b 44% Kennasaw Life _112: Santa Fe Senior gram. Jimmy Cole was chair- the FFA Foundation. Other farm electrification

4 -"V EXCHANGEAbbott Frito Lay V :43 Reyn Met! V .50 37% Life of F1a 5% Chapter and man of the Santa Fe safety Jimmy Emerson and Craig winners in District III were
I Gen Tele .88 32% Rich Merr 1.00 40% Carson Johntry committee. The Santa Fe Senior 'Lewis of the Santa Fe Chapter John Hersey, Starke Chapter
Lowes 1)%
lt -Lab-_ ..-_ 2.40 39%I Ga Pad ,--..-.-. l.OOb 62% R C Cola 1.20 69 Milgo Electron Company_ lQ14, :f the Melrose Chapter was the state winner !combined yesterday to wm first second place; Donald Brandes _
hrt Allied Chem 1.80 53%, Oil .. .. Dutch __ 1.00 44% last and therefore
11 Getty -- V .10g 22% Roy V Mort Guaranty Ins 251 Chapter, who year was !place in vegetable demonstration. -Starke-Bradford, third; and Eli
1 2.00 31%
Amerada Ft.Am
Grace Co Searle Gd .90 61% not eligible for !
I l.OOb 55% Pacific SW Air 43% are among six participation Their theme was "Produc Beasley, Bronson, fourth.
Elc Pow 1.16b 40%
Hel Curtis _- .80 20% Singer 2.00 89 Schlitz Brew XD 47SecurLile&Tr candidates nominated this year. tion of Cucumbers." The Santa Today's session opened with _ _
I Amr Enka'1.40a 57 I IBMVV _.5.00' 450 Smith Kin V 1.20a 59% 57 for the : Other Santa Fe winners yesterday Fe Senior Chapter won the contest a review of state highlights cf

Amer Hone .sx 1.44a 66%. Int Min C .. 1.80a 71% Sou Cal Ed _ 1.05 32% Southern Nitro. 18% top State FFA _* included Charles Davis, last year. the past year by W. T. Loften,
Amer* I-Fdy _-.' .90 20 Int Tele 1.00 54% St Oil Cal 2.00 62% Busby Educa. _
Travelers Ins V 43%; office. who placed first in the state Other awards yesterday included head of the Agriculture
Armco Stl -_. 3.00 69% Kellogg .80a 42% St Oil Ind _- 2.00b 76% MUTUAL FUNDS I The more than 800 FFAers crop farming program. He is those in the tractor drive, tion Department, University of

1 Atch Topka__ 1.20a 31% Lehman Cp 1.47 30 Sterl Drug .65 27% Affiliated Fund _ 8.74 here for the convention, which the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ing contest. Pace Getzen of Florida. The convention will
V Baxter Lab -' __ .36 22% Litton In VV __ 1.98f 59% Texas Util .-.--- -- 1.20 56% Capital Life & Gr 9.79 opened yesterday, will cast avis and received $100 fromto I Newberry was one of the Dis. continue through Friday.
Beckman In -:"-- 51V4 Lone S Cm V VV 1.00 21% Textron -.- 1.40 42% Divers Growth V 9.68! their first ballots for president
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Beech Lf S .1.10 46% Marsh Fid 1.60 42% Tidewater 28% Dividend Shares 3.70 tomorrow morning. Final balloting -

Briston My __ .80 65 Martin M _ 1.00 17% Trans W A 42% 19.86 will take place tomorrow
Brown Shoe .;....-;.. 3.40 90%! McG Hill .60a 33% Union Pac 1.80 45 Dreyfus 11.18 afternoon. School Board Turns Down
Fidelity Capit
BrunswickCambeir.S' 9% Mead Corp 1.70 47% Und Air L l.SOb 53 the I
selected for
Fidelity Fund 17.51 Riviere was
J. 2.40 36% Merkd 1.00 51% !
.72 35 Upjohn -
V Fidelity Trend _ 18.49Fund'tal presidency by the FFA nominating \
Carter Pdt 1.ooa 17% NatlAirl- .8046, % Jim Walter 29%
Case J I .-. 15 NYCentL..50g! 343's War Lamb V .80 28% Invest 10.76 committee. Johntry was I
Pupil Assignment Changes
Income of BostonIncorporated 8.32 one of five candidates nomi-
Cessna Air 1.00 23% Nia M Pow &-. -- 2.00 53 Worthintn V 1.50 39
Inc 9.86 nated from the floor.
Ches Ohio 4.00 75% Norfolk W 6.00 132% Xerox 113% -

CoasSGas 30% No Ind P S 1.48 54% Zenith -- V 1.20a 65% Keystone.K-2 S-3 __ __ __ 5.45 The Santa Fe Senior and Junior -I The School Board yesterday He said the names of the !peals. If the denial of reassign-
Keystone 16.24 their
CBS 1.80b 44% No Nat Gas 1.80 53% Keystone S-4 V 4.66 Chapters by exploits turned down requests from 69 I pupils involved will not be divulged ments is upheld, parents have
turned the weeklong
V have almost -
Comb Eng 1.20 26 Olin Math V VVV V 1.20 43% AMERICAN STOCK Life _V parents who want their children by the board, but added
Investors 20.04 the to the decisionto
convention into right appeal
Cone Mills _- .80 20% Owens II G 2.50 98 state a to attend different schools next j that they included students at
Life Stock Fund __ 7.82 the State Board of Education.
Cont Aid .- .40 24% Pac G & E 1.00 31% EXCHANGEAerihet Mass. Inv Stock two-chapter event. year. Fifteen were from Negro all levels-elementary, junior

ContI Ins ._ 2.20 55% Pac Lting 2.60 60% Gen II VVVV 30% Mass. Inv Growth _- 16.31 8.62 At this morning's session, 16- parents, all in Gainesville. J high and high school. Members of the board's Pupil

V Contrl Data 102% Pac T & T 1.20 30% Analex Corp 25% Pioneer Fund 9.49 year-old Glen Busby. of the Senior Without any discussion, the The superintendent said it Assignment Committee are Col-

Corn Pdts _. -. 1.50 61% Pan Amer A 1.20" 71% Aqua Chem V 15% Puritan Fund VV 9.49 Chapter was named winnerof board quickly moved to accept I:ould be as late as the August Us H. Land, Mrs. Ruth Sawyer,

I Delta .AirDet .__ 1.60 29% Parke Dav 1.00 28 Aurora Plastics _ 34% Putnam Growth V V ,_,. ... 9.31 the FFA state award for unanimously the recommendation 1 board meeting before the final! Jack Waters, Otis Bell and Cor-
Ste l. .,_ .60 14% Pennzoil V 2.00 71% Barnes Engineer 20% TV & Elec T- ? 7.93 farm electrification. Busby, son of its Pupil Assignment I decision is made on parent ap nelius Norton.Handicapped.

V 'Emerson El 1.00 43% Pfizer V .80a 45% Butler Shoe .-,.. V no sale Value Line Inc V V V 5.51 of Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Busby, Committee that all the requestsbe
Fair Camera .50g 21% Phelps Dg V 3.00 65% Chromaloy 18% Fund--- V received $100 from the FFA denied and the pupils
Wellington 14.92
.Finan'l Fed 50 Polaroid .20 134% Cinerama ..-..,?..-...-?..????.. .-.,. 6% foundation and an additional involved attend schools to which Can
,Fst Chartr .-. V 1.97f 34% Pub Sv E G 1.30 36% Computer Sci 17% I $100 from several electrical they already have been assigned. -

Fla E Cst 14 Pure Oil VVV 1.60 51% Cutter Labs A V 16% companies for expense moneyto _

Food Fair .-. .90, 22% Rayonier 1.00 35% Data Control .-..V..,-,--..,..-.,.?-..... 41 TODAY'S DOW JONES the national convention. His Under the School Board's policy -

STOCK Fulton Inds __ _. 9% 805.54 I Indust. I up 2.17 advisors, F. D. McCormick and on pupil assignments basedon 'Get Along' Here V
F LASHESstocks Gen Develop 4% Kenneth Lee, received $100 for the State Pupil Assignmentlaw _

MARKET Mackey Airlines .-?.?.?,...? 6% 202.33 I Rails I up 0.74 one of them to attend the national the parents may appealthe

Mead Johnson _.-_.-.. ,._... 18% 140.61 I Uti! I up 0.13 convention. I board decision. Most Gainesville motels, restaurants -phase of the test but restroom

NEW YORK (AP-Cigarette) electronics, nonferrous Pac NW Tele ,-..,- _... 22% 285.75 I Stocks I up 0.75 Louis Hagan, another Santa!! Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. said churches, public build facilities got a failing grade.

V issues were fairly strong in a metals, chemicals, oils and Phillips Elec 38% 4,480,00 I Volume I 1,990,000 Fe FFAer, this afternoon was! the appeals will involve detailed .ings and stores passed one The "tests" were ratings by

generally advancing stock mar- drugs were generally higher. Redwing Carriers -- 11% named winner in his district of information on each pupil for

ket early this afternoon. The Airlines were off 'slightly Steels Ric Group __ ....... ...,? 7% the farm mechanics award. He the board's consideration. He Counties the University Medical Center

trading pace was a little quick and electrical equipments were Sperry R. Wts. V 7% American Exchange Active received $50 from the Tractor said at the present time the Therapy Club in an effort to determine .

er than yesterday's. mixed. Syntex _V 80% Stocks Division, Ford Motor Co., to board did not have sufficient in- availability of facilities

-I The Associated Press averageof Tampa Elec -- VV V 24% Volume Close Chg. help pay his expenses to the formation to go by in reviewingthe Lived It for the aged and handicapped in 1
Gains of key stocks were 60 stocks at noon was up .9 :Tech Measur V 16% 61 500 Syntex 80% up 3% national convention. Hagan, requests. Up this area. V..

4 'mostly from fractions to a at 302.8 with industrials up 1.5, ,TWAWLsVV 25 51 500 TWA-WTS 25 up 2% who recently graduated from Determination of pupil as-

point. rails up .7 and utilities up .3. Valspar -V_ no sale 19 500 Massey-Ferg 26% up % Santa Fe High School, is the signments under the state laws Last Year The survey, recently taken in .
Du Pont gave an extra boostto The Dow Jones industrial average 18 800 Scab World 6% up U son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ha- based on attendance areas, cooperation with a Governor'ssub V
the averages with a rise exceeding OVER THE COUNTER 12 200 N Mex.Ariz L facilities
at noon was up 2.17 at 17% up % transportation uniform TALLAHASSEE (AP) The committee on the elimination V.
A 2.Cigarette. 807.71. Dow Jones Stock AveragesOdd I gan.At yesterday's session, the testing, availability of space, average county governmentlived of architectural barriersin V V

issues were bought Texas Gulf Sulphur advancedmore ::1 NEW YORK (ARThe following bid Lot Transactions Santa Fe Junior Chapter received -scholastic aptitude and other high in the past year, buildings, concluded that the V V
than in trad- and asked quotations, supplied by the Purchases 314,716 ($25)) criteria. physically handicapped could V
.,:in lively fashion following a re- a point early V V third-place money spending faster than it V V
port that U.S. Surgeon Gen. Dr. ing then clipped back its ad- National Association of Securities Deal- Short Sales V V 8,389 in the Florida Farm Safety Pro- Manning said most of the 69 came in.State money get along "fairly well" in most V:
ers Inc. do not represent actual transactions Other Sales ,. 336,904 requests turned down had been Gainesville buildings for
Luther Terry said. it would vance to a fraction. but are the NASD's estimateof i Comptroller Ray Green's except
-take at least :10 years to bring Xerox was in demand and 3 the range within which these securities Total Sales V 345,293 made by parents "mainly for annual finances the restrooms.

',about significant changes in thenation's points higher. IBM and Control could have been sold (bid) or Previous Day's Stock Market U. S. Action reasons of convenience." showed report today on that county all county i "The doors to these :
areas
added each. bought (asked): Advances .,.., 646 :: V
smoking habits. Data a point T
.. the American Alico Land 1% declines .. ...... 461 governments took in an averageof are too narrow for the admit-
Prices -
The market was higher from V rose on Amer Fidel Life 22% ? ? $51.75 for each resident, but tance of wheelchairs and no -
Unchanged ,_ ., 238 OnCape Cabinet
-1 -the sfart. Some gains wilted Stock Exchange. -??? Urged
Amer Heritage 24% spent at the rate of $52.29 for hand grips are available" Car- V
later but the list remained well Corporate bonds were narrowly Total Issues -. V ___. 1,345 V
Amer Mat Ins each los D. Smith, club
191 person. program
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U.S. Highs
mixed. government
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ahead.. VV V V
: V Amer Pioneer Life 7 New 1963-64 Lows V 81 StrikeCAPE Drops Some This was the reverse of the chairman started. V V
unchanged.
: Motors, retails, aerospace bonds were mostly -
Anheuser Busch 48% prior two years. .
Other findings of the club'ssurvey
Anodyne ___ 4'/4 N Y S E Most Active Stocks KENNEDY (AP-Fed.) Green's report highlighted the were that 14 out of 20
: I V Ce> New York Tlmen Citizens Bank V 34 Complete Vol. Close Chgs. eral court was expected to be Bad Debts growth in county operations. businesses could be entered bya
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 9 _
Comsat Corp .201 Counties had $225 million to
Low Close Net Chg. 435 500 Tex Gulf S 46% up 2% asked today to break up a rail. ground level entrance, and
;
High .65 Conn Lt' & Pow --- 37% 83300RCA 31% upl% road union's picket line that was TALLAHASSEE (APNear spend during the 12 months end- seven of 11 could be entered by
142.33 140.36 141.65 Up
_ :: 25 Industrials Rails 809.46 796.94 806.26 Up 6.49 Cowles Mag & Pb 11% 67 900 Chrysler 47% up 1% holding up all construction at ly $200,000 owed to the state in- ed last Sept. 30, of which $203.2million wheelchair, cardiac, brace, and
: Dunn.& Bradst 591% ternal improvement fund was came from taxes
57 900 Xerox 113% up 4% the nation's Moonpoit. $27.4 crutch
475.89 468.55 473.95 persons.
E 50 Stocks Up 3.57
Firs West. Fin'c' 14% 53 700 Gillette 29% up % The National Labor Relations written off as uncollectable and from non-revenue sources within -

.. Florida Gas V 11% 46'200 Sperry Rd 16% up % Board planned to argue beforeU. the cabinet trustees of the fund, the county, $21.6 million from Also found was that only 10 of

.-.. 39 700 Term Gas 21 off % S. District Judge George was told that loans of $329,000 the state of Florida and $3.4 million -16 buildings have doors that

36 500 Wn Air L 38% up 2% Young that the pickets constitut. more were doubtful. during the year, and the can be opened by the handicapped

YOUR 33 800 Pan Am 7Wsup4% ed a secondary boycott, accord- The debts written off were advances biggest single item of expensewas without assistance, but
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MONEY'S WORTH : 31 000 Zenith 65% up 1% ing to a source close to the made by the state years new construction. The counties -parking areas are available for

.. 30 500 Gen Motors 86% up 1% board. ago, right after World War II, built $57.8 million worth of 18 of 20 buildings.
I 30 200 Howard John 53 off for drainage projects in the Ev
% The NLRB also planned to argue projects. Smith reported that the Na-

Break in New Tax Law 30 100 Unit Artist 33% up 2% that the 3,800 building trades erglades. Welfare totaled $36.8 million, tional Society for Crippled Children -
28 100 Penn RR State officials said that the improvements -
29%
up % workers honoring the picket which was more than the $29.6 and Adults has conducted
I 26 700 Curtis Pub 11% up % lines were violating their no- still were on the spent for highway maintenanceand similar surveys in many of the
land and that the state's Investment
: V- strike agreement the source
minor construction the
- $35.2 large cities including Boston
,
:. :..: V : : V would be realized in leasesor
By Porter ., Late Morning said. million spent for law enforce- Philadelphia, and Cincinnati -
sale of the tracts.
: J.,. .:ilJ / The picket lines, set up Mon- ment or the $31.3 million spent and compiled directories for the
Four debts were in the cate-
day by the Brotherhood of the for salaries and expenses of use of the handicapped and
: First f in a Series of Two workers to avoid hiking their standards of height and weight N. Y. ListingAllisChal Maintenance of Way Employes, gory called doubtful. These consisted ,county workers. aged.
.. V of $173,000 advanced to
pay at extra cost to your com for extra pay. These are factors protested the movement of
Day after tomorrow, when our the Inter-American Center Au-
: 18%; IntHarv 74% Island V
pany or ((2)) you could refuse to "other than sex.'* freight into Merritt by
:first__ national_ ." ,_equal_ pay& for_. lire any new women workers Alcoa 72% IntNick 76%II the strike-bound Florida East. thority; $137,000 remainder of a After H.
: equal wore jaw goes uuo - I :fect, some employers will start budget in line. your wage of provisions in state wage and AmBrk V 52'/4 J neS&L 76% nonunion personneL The brotherhood Board. of Control- three vears a so
:unwittingly or deliberately. hour laws putting limits on the AmBdPar 35% KaisAl 38 is one of 11 unions that I plan Florida i Atlantic University Youths Wreck Stolen Car

Most U.S. employers are You could hire AmCan 45% Ken'cott 80% at Boca Raton $10,000 spenton
: : en(3( ) women number of hours ,a woman may has been on strike against the ;
"tirely willing to comply with the only in job classifications re- work. Obviously, here would be AmCyan 64% Lig&'fy mi road since Jan. 23, 1963. the Cabinet's airplane and I A 17 year-old High Springs !Hardware Co., in Alachua

new law;-which represents the quiring the least pay, or ((4)) a factor "other than sex" and AmMot 13% Loch'd 34 The labor tieup was costingthe $9,530 spent on the Supreme !youth and his younger companion -through a skylight and stole

"culmination of 19 years of conS you could hire them in any job the restriction could be tailored AT&T 1S6% Lorillard 43% government an estimated $1 Court library. began with burglary in Ala- money, watches and other mer.

tgressional. debate-and which classification, but only in dif- to fit the law's requirement that AmTob 332 Mag'vox 30% million a day, a space agency Repayment of the money !chua last night and wound up chandise.

imply requires employers affected ferent factories or offices and so equal pay must be provided for AmpxCp 24* MM&M 59% spokesman said. would really amount only to wrecking a stolen car while fleeing Then they took a green 1962

.; to pay the same wages get around the provision that 'equal skill, effort and respon- Anaconda 40% Mohaco 13 The railroad union strung changing the money from one police in Gainesville, authorities -Chevrolet from the driveway of

',to women as they pay to men pay must be equal for equal sibility." A woman prohibited Armour 48% Mons'to 76 picket lines across all five en- state pocket to another, since it here charged. M. L. Jones of Alachua, accord

for the same. work in the same work" in the same establishfrom working overtime,certainly ACL 7n. MontWd 35% trances to Merritt Island, head- is owed to an agency by other Charged with breaking and ing to Deputy Sheriff Wayne

Tplace where the same skills, ment." couldn't give as much "ef- Babcock 28a NatDair 80% quarters of the Moonshot pro- agencies. entering and car theft by the Pearce. He said $289.50 was in

:effort and responsibility are in. ((5)) You could change job titles fort" or shoulder as much "responsibiblity" BethSU 35% NatDist! 253'sBoeing gram. This was illegal, since t In a financial statement, the Alachua County Sheriff's office the car at the time it was stol-
-volved. and make it 49* N.AmAv 47 the railroad entered at but Cabinet at its meeting Tuesdaysaid en.
job descriptions to on the job-what. one was Grover Cleveland Alexander -
71* 52 all the available
Borden that In-
- The law applies to only about appear that women you hire are ever her skills. Penney point the NLRB said. III. Thfc name of a 16yearold Gainesville police officers, following
Brunswk 9 PRR 29% ternal fund
7.5 million women workers to do different work from theirV V Paul Styles, labor relations di- improvement money boy with him was not! up on the stolen car report
'under the wage-hour law (Fair male counterparts in the same The fact is that the majorLabor caterTr 61% PepCo SI% rector for the National Aero had been committed for the held chased the youths until
who
Celanese 66 Phinlor 80\. time and that disclosed by officers,
being, no more
: Standards Act) out of a jobs (with different titles). subterfuges-juggling job titles, nautics and Space Administration they rammed a parked auto in
47* PhillPet 49 4CocaCola available for loan. authorities.
total of 25 million of us in the Cutting men's wages to the making extraordinary rewards Chrysler asked the beads of 14 build- was him for juvenile the 1000 block of NW 13th St.
125 RCA 31'h The fund has assets and in-
Vi :labor force. During its long trek current level of women's wages for factors other than sex-are CornEd 481 RepSt! 43% ing trades unions to order their vestments of more than $6 mil The sheriffs office said the about 2:30 ajn. today reports

;through Congress, the bill was j is out; the new law prohibits open questions in interpreting ConEdis 86% Revlon 331 men back to work. pair first entered the Farmers indicate.

.substantially watered down to this. Also illegal Is paying women the equal pay law.They are sure ContCan 50% ReyTob 44% "This situation requires your

meet the complaints of bustnessmen !- from petty cash funds instead to be tested by both employers DowCbe 69* StRegP 301r ., personal attention," Styles told lion.Melons

; and its provisions are of putting them on the and employes and the federal duPont 253 Seaboard 48 the union officials. "Local officials MarketJACKSONVILLE ReportsSteers

:far from rigid.Nevertheless payroll-the petty cash pay government itself in coming EAL 31% Sears 110% of your union seem unableto

: let's not kid our. ing at lower rates, of course. months. E.Kodak 13212 Sinclair 46\4 secure compliance with. your CAP) : Good 450 750 lbs

- :selves. As Clarence T. Lund- Otherwise though, as the law But the fact is too that employers Firestone 393's Socony 78 no-strike agreement" LAKELAND The Federal-!Generally steady prices prevailed 14.75-17.00, medium 13.00-16.00.

,''quist of the U.S. Labor Dept., now stands, my five listed who do take undue advantage FlaPw 4n. SouthnC 59% Local union officials disclaimed State Market News Service this at cattle auction markets Heifers: Medium 13001500.

>administrator of this law, put it guides are legal. No federal law of the law's loopholes FlaP&L 73\. SperryR 16% responsibility for their members morning reported the watermelon -Tuesday on smaller receipts. Calves (mixed): Good 250-500

"in' an interview, "With 1.1 million may dictate hiring and firing are trying to maintain double Ford 513's StBrand 78 refusal to cross the picket market as about steady,I Receipts at 8 markets 3150 compared lbs 16.50-20.50, medium 13.50-

; different business and industrial practices such as these. Only the pay standards which are archaic FrmstDa 11 s10 NJ M% lines. They said it was a matter with demand moderate and 3500 week ago.

.establishments affected, pressure of labor unions; worn in 1964. They are continuing pay FreptSul 35% Studebak 'ffi: of individual discretion by the heavy offerings. j 17.00.Egg

'there will almost certainly be en's organizations, public-opin inequities which cannot be justified FruehTr 29% Swift 50*: workers. Prices yesterday per hundredweight -: Slaughter classes and: standard Market

'jnisinterpretation, chicanery and ion, demand for skills may restrain are trying to defeat the Ge.nDyn 26* Texaco TffiGenEl. : The bitter and often violent Charleston Gray, few! Steers: Utility

yven outright fraud." employers from undue basic intent of a law, which 79% Thiokol U%I railroad strike began more than Congos and Qarrisonians: 12-17 14.25-17.30. JACKSONVILLE (AP- The

What might you, an employer, discrimination along these lines. should have been on our books GenFds 81 U Car.b umGeIDIDIs i 17 months ago when management lbs. average, $1.35 to $L75 Cows: Utility 13. -16.5O. Northeast Florida Egg Market

-do if you wanted to evade this Also a big opening for evasion decades ago.Tomorrow. 331i UnitAirc 44%I rejected demands of the 11 mostly $1.50, very few as highas Bulls: Utility 14.50-17.00. prices to retailers:

Statute? As a working woman is in the section allowing you : The machinery GenMtrs 86% UnFruit 21*: nonoperating unions for wage increases $2; 18-25 lbs., $1.75 to $2.25.. Calves: Good 250-500 Ibs 17.00- Extra large 381%-42, mostly 41:

_:sll my life, it.Is,with underto keep pay differentials on the government has prepared Goodrich 503's US Steel s.t%: of better than 10.23 cents mostly $2; %6-3% Ibs., few, $125 21.00, standard and 125250 14501950.Ib calves large 36%-39, mostly 38, medium

"standable sardonic irony that ]I grounds of '"any other factor to handle violations of ,the Goodyr 41 UnivMat 12I an hour. to $3. Vealers : 28-32, mostly 28%, small 23V
;ubmit/'SPV: Brief Guide to other than sex." equal pay law and how employers Greyhnd. 554'. WestgEl 308 I The FEC built a spur track to Florida shipments yesterdaywere Good 19.00-23.50, standard 16.00- 27, mostly 25. :
;Law'Evasion." So ((6)) you could draw up a can get sound 'guidance Gulfoil 561 W'mnDix 36 the island for NASA's $100 mil 615 carlots by truck and'20.50. -
lloxiw 131 Woolwth 2m, lion Saturn Moonport 62 by rail Feeder classes:, Poultry at farms: fryers 12%.,
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\ State University doctoral Some women have not been /' ".,'.;. .''' _. '.f7?, <'.'!.'.!,III.Vi+" -.o'::,; 1'I I
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I egg breaks out of the ovary. that there had to be structural the restraining ovarian tissue. \ r It '. ". .. .. i,.'
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\ children. process. we learn just what the ? c

, XI Lawrence Espey, a 28-year- After trying many prepara- basic physical and* chemical :
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I measure the pressure in theblisterlike zyme called collagenase that chance we'll have of. developing '
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protrusions on the is derived from bacteria it long-term control meth- er--- Mr. Merchant!
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scientists to make it burst releasing the body produced the venting ovulation for several

the egg. result..One millionth of a liter. years," Espey said. .
Espey was surprised when of a 10 percent solution of "Birth control pills which
r he found the pressure didn't collagenase caused rapid control ovulation or releaseof
increase. He read and rereadthe swelling of the blister-like the egg by inhibiting the
I ultra-sensitive pressure elevation on the ovarian surface natural function of the pituitary -

a recorder which was recording and rupture (releasingthe. (master) gland require ;.. .:u -. '_>> -__ .:. :
[t -| from a rabbit's ovary .egg) within about ten min- women to watch their cycle '
it remained at a constant 15- utes of injection. for 20 days out of the month," :: 0 J ,..:..-'.

20 millimeters of mercury. Reason for this, according Espey said. "It will be an ,. I
The research has been con-, to Espey, is that the collage- improvement if we can find
J ducted under the direction of nase acted on the connective something that requires less. : *

Dr. Harry Lipner, an assoc- tissue in the follicle causingthe attention and is less expensive i

ciate professor pf physiology, wall to dissolve until it ," he added. .. -..,; ...a _.- .
in the laboratory of Reproductive i
Physiology in FSU's A.U6 :

Department of Biological SelI :,

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Villee of Harvard Univer- .
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piece of work which BE BLOOMING!
sheds quite a bit of light on I

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Many of the requests for a I" ,. ., .t, *' ',-
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( from researchers in schools 3
F:t of agriculture and animal 9 and other permanent employees here in the greatest numbers ever. In a Univer- :

f who are looking / the
'1 j for husbandry ways to increase the production 8 1 G by sity oriented economy such as ours., the purchases of University affiliated persons

: of livestock and poul-is often provide the margin between good and not-so-good months.
try. But Espey's interest ,
directed toward the work's
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't!. 01.IN AND THE EIGHTH FOR CIRCUIT ALACHUA JUDICIAL COURT COUNTY CIRCUIT OF FLORI.l IN f r' MORE SPENDABLE DOLLARS' ARE

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HARTFORD MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE FEDERAL SAVINGS / profits .r "
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I I ALBERT AND Plaintiff.LOAN BECK md JANE AVAILABLE IN GAINESVILLE K
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DefenN'oT.CE: TO DEFEND II J

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Federal You are Saving hereby and nAssoclatloni .....=-
Circuit has filed Court Its of sworn Alachua Complaint County in Florida the You'd be "cuckoo" not t,. Most sales go to those businesses who actively bid for them.. 'You can write your' ;.;.r
against you seeking the foreclosure .
R In Official of that Records certain Book mortgage ISO. recorded Page M take advantage of this ;" own sales story for this summer. Will it be good or bad? Make your bio l now for:.,:.-

I of described the, Florida Public property, Records covering to witLets :the of following AlachuaCounty I timely bargain. Visit us jk t' the best summer market in Gainesville's history through the medium that ::,.,:_
and Twenty- two
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((21 EV4)I el 22) Lot end the Twenty East-three Oen-(23)Half, now, or.save by mail daily goes into almost 90% of the homes in the immediate Gainesville area, to
Block "C" Oak Hill Subdivision as .0.
at per Page plat recorded 161 of the In Public Plat Book Recordsof "A" if you wish. the persons who will make almost all of the purchases during what is destined r-: : -

Alachua' County Florida. .,
You art further notified that the return &_ to become Gainesville's greatest summer of business activity : .r .
day of this Notice to Defend Is .
June 26, 164 and you shall on or before ',
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said data serve a copy of your First Federal 4), : _
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drews. Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose .. -
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address Is P. O. Box 390. Gainesville. ,. f
Florida, and Immediately thereafter file savings &loan associationof '
the original I of same In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Gainesville : : i '
above styled Court otherwise a Decree :: l 1.2 ;:!,. .. .: :
Pro Confess. will be entered against rIe MEMIEli KDUAl SAVINGS .:i! ... ... tf 1" '.. .. {.... {,. i'' 1 --
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Circuit Judges of the Eighth Judicial HOME LOAN IANK SYSTIM /
Circuit ef Florida as well as the Clerk ..
ef the Circuit Court on this 25th day 349 W. UNIVERSITY AYE. AT 3RD '"
of May A. D. 1944. 4 13% i. "'t.c.-:114"i YOUR .._ =
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f By TOM OCHILTREE giants,of a sort-modern equiv- millan accepted the resignatiot I Rice-Davies, 19, blonde and when she,was 16. Up to the end victed on two counts and faceda I i

I I LONDON (AP-"I have been alents of characters in an an- at once. quick witted, found doors he maintained that if she had possible sentence of 14 ).ears.i i BEST DIRECTOR SCREEN PLAY

;'; 1 guilty of a grave misdemeanor. cient Greek tragedy. The House censured Profumcand >> slammed in her face until ref -followed his advice he could Ward never knew. He died with-! PICTURE STORY DRAMA

''l ti I cannot tell you of my deep ret -, Where are they now? after that he dropped out ol r cently. The Town Council in Sol. have married her'Into the peer- out 'recovering consciousness: ART DIRECTION ACTOR -

, 1 morse..." for months, ihull, England, protested when a snd sentence never was passed.I
t I I'j' One of them can be found in sight spendln age.He
With these words, a year ago,London's 'East. End. There, a much of that period in an isolated television film showed her pos- had used a villa in the Ivanov shared Miss Keeler's! I ENDS SAT. I ]

'j' this week, a British war minister neatly dressed-man with'a'modulated shooting and fishing lodg. ing outside her old school. Society grounds of Lord Astor's fame favors at the time of her affair; WIlts
I ; women in a swanky London Cliveden Estate-where Profumoand with Profumo. This led At :" -
I whose feet had seemed to be on voice, and a pleasant, in Scotland. His road back ha to suggestions -! 5:00-8:30 EliftKKHftl
I I the road to the prime ministry: sideways smile gives advice and been hard but Christine Heeler'shas I hairdressing establishment got Christine met-and a fash- that a grave security;i *
acknowledged that he had lied help to the been even harder. Mandy barred from"the place. ionable London apartment to en- breach had occurred. Subsequent -i 'AMelIa AMeRiCA'

in the House of Commons about I poor. I The wild laughter, the cham,. Now she seems to be making tertain Profumo, Miss Keeler, developments showed'
his associations with a red- This is John D. Profumo pagne, even the notoriety wen. a place for herself singing in Miss Rice-Davies, Soviet Naval these fears were groundless,' metesl American film of ihe yeari'

haired play girl. suave, 4J-year-old' former war only memories for six months night clubs, reportedly earning Attache Yegveny Ivanov and however. Ivanov-referred to by: --wp. I*I1/M talllnr wleaU ri Cat Iee t$rM.e
minister tumbled from power, much week. others. Christine "a bear of
: as as $3,000 a as huggy a
It was the public beginning of nowhere near as real as the
' ,because he lied to the House of f One of the actors in the dramaDr. Ward took an overdose of man" was recalled to Moscow';
' iron bars and !i
a scandal which rocked the discipline o
\ Commons by denying his association Stephen Ward, a 50yearold drugs while being tried on before the scandal broke. He
British government, spawned bleak, turreted Holloway Prison
with party girl Christine 'society artist and osteopath charges of living on the earn- has dropped out of sight of the I ,
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black headlines all over the for Women in North London
Keeler. Once Profumo seemed first met Christine Keeler in 1958.ings of prostitutes. He was con- Western world.Investigator i
;1 world, resulted in judicial proceedings Last June, when Profumcfell ) i
likely to become Britain's prime Lord Denning'si
and,investigations, and from power, this pouty 22
wrecEed lives. minister one day. He is still year-old girl with the prett r 50,000-word report on the affair We OneAre
listed in the Who's Who for 1964., Course on Re>al Estate cleared Macmillan and his Cab- HOLDING OVER GREATEST
AnCthetend: may not yet have legs seemed to have gotten of]f of the
Profumo is :engaged in the, inet of any security lapse, but i
r been?writtenr the with nothing worse than a tar
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said the had failedin Features Ever Filmed The Life and Times of
slow task of repairing his life. government -
I Conservative 'party heavily in nished reputation. But a. courl To Be Given Across StatePractices
its responsibility to
He five a week see
spends days ,
parliamentary elections this fall. case being heard at the tune 30 Minutesat
eight hours a day in ToynbeeHall her undoing. She testi. through Profumo's story in the 'DYLAN THOMAS" 1:00- 4:308:00
r Those who played roles in the proved
The Florida Institute for Con in fifteen cities first place. .
I lightning-charged drama were a settlement house, and fied that her ex-lover, Aloysius I tinuing University Studies throughout Florida beginning in -,..,..,,'. ..
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draws no salary for his social I (Lucky), Gordon had beaten hei (FICUS) will offer a course, September. This course is the ;./ : : :
work. _lI_.
..... .e./, .. 19631 up. Gordon, a Jamaican Negrc>> Real Estate Principles andt Florida Real Estate educational : ', ; r
.. .....-...... : ,His black day was June 4, jazz singer, was convicted bul t requirement for registered ., .
when he wrote his letter of resignation -' subsequently freed on appeal. tF ... 1 ;: t. .Si
salesman who intend to ;
., i. frld e 4R, to' Harold MacMillan, Christine then was tried o CHEEZE IT, take the state broker's exam- r ::; :t a : ZRs' &;

f '.. ...f.a.W., .. then prime minister. In it he charges of perjury and conspiring ination. t. ",' _ILS.L
.. said he had deceived the Houseof '
.. to obstruct justice and sentenced .
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Commons In March. Gravely on Dec. 6 to nine month I ,. ., '
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 It the; state of Florida who wishesto it .:. H't'Y'<: _<><1 'IIi.II"tr. "

AIM In Ot.l. embarrassed .politically! Mac- in prison. She was released las ALBUQUERQUE AP) By take this course may do so i.;..' .. ., ',". C'Ht. '

Monday. jove, it jolly well looked like a by submitting now an enroll- t.. ,...v...v ::.: St< \
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Classes 23rd ') ., : into the street and started waving complete his registration by
June R 4J: July 31.Instructors. 4i
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instructor Mary Traxler "w '' :',:4 :" for the courses b .,
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For Information: 462-1590 FR 2-9452 ':Ittl< ''''.:<'", > Englishman patrol car ran stopped.to the car, have been by the selected Florida Real and Estate approved ." ..... "....:'>'.., ,:.,,, ,I,knowthey'll ",'
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ROCHE'S: jumped in the back seat an
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sI the airport. He told me he wasa SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 9:45 all the way, when you go Greyhound to New York and the World's Fair.$3I05 .

week join i RUSSIA. policeman, not a cab driver. I' FIRST RUN AT 7:45
TROY DONAHUEA "'"
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FLO RID A There was no complaint when I I sightseeing in New York City, admissions
1 families who 2nd Feature : six house mothers at George Shown 3rd 6 BUSES DAILY I and sightseeing the Fair..all GREYHOUND TERMINAL
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DEAR ABBY: I read about the kind, SLODBOs/tftMS SOLD 4? COUNTRY TO LIVE V DID E&ACKLY// WIFAOOUhJTR/OESTAS
who was given a box of good clothing that once belongedto DAD'S GIRL IN WAUSAU LoeeoyiA.pDOLLAHS. 100 MILLyuU 8 IW.SO THEY HAD TO U 'T' ROTTEN AS TH

her dearest friend who had died.. She asked you if you f .'.' THEMSELFS A I COST? OLD ONE.! / 'j
thought it might sadden members of her friend's family to DEAR ABBY: As is usually the lot of the eldest daughter, NEW ICEBERG TOLJVEONJ

see their mother's clothing being worn by someone else. I I was called upon to dispose of my mother's usable clothing "

was pleased that you told her to go ahead and wear themas after she had passed away. My mother, in her lifetime, c\\
beautiful had always been and she was for :
it would give them pleasure. Iknow- lost a a very generous person
giving to those less fortunate than herself. I distrib-
daughter in her early 20's. She had closetsful of lovely ever
clothes. After she passed away, I divided them up and gave uted her clothing among those who were needy. I gave a

them to her friends. I was deeply hurt when I offered a fine winter wardrobe to mamma's laundress. Several of my

brand new evening gown to one young woman and she replied friends recognized my mother's good winter coat being worn r

""Thanks a lot, but I don't think I could ever put it by this woman. One friend said to me, "Doesn't it bother u .
you to see- your mother's clothes again?" I answered, "If I .. JOE BTFSPLK.. .
on. It would give me the creeps. ;
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the Salvation Army."

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DEAR ABBY: When my had we horse blanket DEAR ABBY Our h-4 DOC pRRCFI ART \ TAKE TH'TIM E || L'ARN ABOUT tiY1"'t c 1G 1t '
clothes to needy men all over town. Dad a : mother was as pretty as. a picture
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were walking down the street and I spied Old Rudy- she had dozens of them. She died-, at 64, two years ago. i i g= TH1 FLATLANDS? 1'0 GO !

who was exactly daddy's size waIking toward us in that We gave each of her friends one of mother's lovely hats. cI)

familiar fishing jacket My heart skipped a beat, and I Some were ten years old, but still fashionable, and all

tried to distract mother, not knowing how she would react were as good as new, in their original boxes and tissue. I'Iil / JJ v J1 -

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"Oh look. There's Old Rudy in dad's jacket. Wouldn't dad. eight of mother's beautiful hats in church on Easter Sunday. I '

be pleased to know that Old Rudy is getting some good out -HER. DAUGHTERS 1. \ ._ __ / ::_ _) _

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only on Sundays, a situation ConsequencesO I
O Just Imagine their driving tests. I '
Hit the lonely father can- Search for Tomorrow J _
About Pets. O Anatomy of A
7:15 0 The Friendly Giant (Special) "We're Getting not accept. Script by Lee 12:45 O Guiding Light I
Erwin and Roy Baldwin. 12:55 Q CD News Tf I WHERE THE HOUSE OH,.JUST NO, IUKEIT--
7:30 O Brother Thaddeus Starke Ralph Bellamy 1:00 Q News FILLED SEEM ENCHANTED
Color the
( ) parts, tracing history I 75
,
Graham: Jack Ging. CD Local News I KEEP WITH Lxr'rl.E- DOVOU ,
was known as Willy Ca'in of a hit song. The rise HEARING 4 BITTY WANT ME 1
his outlaw days, but of Vince Guaraldi's "Cast 11:00 O O News, Weather O Midday FOOTSTEPS PEOPLETO CHASE ( ,
a
THEM OUT
now he's back in Medi Your Fate to me Wind"is CD (Color) News, 1:05 CD Match Game WHO THEY ARE? ? ,

cine Bow in monk's robes, recounted by Guaraldi Sports, Weather :1 15 O Focus 2 1 ar

claiming he has given up and record executives. 11:25 Q Movie 1:30 O Science HELLO, 3 j

crime in favor of religion. Ralph Gleason is host "Torpedo Alley." ((1953)) CD Ernie Ford s a r THERE a. bW
O As The World
Trampas: Doug McClure. 9:00 O Espionage When a Navy lieutenant Turns
Garth: Lee J. Cobb. "Medal for a Turned freezes at the controls of 2:00 Q CD Let's Make A Deal'

Steve: Gary Clarke. Coat. A former German a submarine, killing his O Password I'Zo
2:25 OCD News
O CBS Reports Army officer, now livingin two crewman, he decideshe 2:30 l=r
O House
"Murder and the Rightto England, is invited must return to civilian Party
O CD Doctors
Bear Arms" traces the home by the West Ger- life. Mark Stevens, Doro- CQI 6-10 fr'Q
3:00 O CD Loretta
case histories of two man government to receive thy Malone, Charles Win- Young
O To Tell
The Truth
murder weapons and examines a medal for hero ninger, Bill Williams, 3:25 O News WHEN SHE & ITS TO TAKE I'M SURE | UNTIL SHE GETS THE I DIDN'TWTHI
differing interpretations ism. But many of his Douglas Kennedy. rACTINSOMLSrOKTl-ANDJHE) y mE., / MAN OF UK CHOICE,A GIRL COPETHOt1GP;
3:30
O CD You Don't
of the Second countrymen consider hima 11:30 O O Johnny Carson Say I W5 DO llKL PATRIClA, 4 MAKES THE FATAL MISTAKE Of / OVERLY SHOULD NEVER EXCEL HIM IN TO BE ItONEST,tTMR5
Amendment to the Constitution traitor for having triedto (Color) Scheduled guests O Edge Of Night .WORTH-BUT IT5 IN THE BEATING THE FELIOWJ V CONCtWEO, SKll10R INTELLIGENCE! WASN'T HAAR0-
which states with thee include 4:00latch Game WW THEY'D UKE: ANOTHER BOY! MRS.WRINN! HATED GAN11 S AD
arrange peace George Jessel.
O Secret Storm WASN't
YERy,
-5HE ALMOST NEVER. I
that "the right of th Allies in 1944. Script by Skitch Henderson orchestra CD Popeye's Pals C"+ ASKED FOR.A DATE! = Ottm

people to keep and bear Larry Cohen. Ed McMahon. 1:25 Q News ,

arms shall not be infring O Portrait of JapanAn THURSDAY 4:30. B Barns and Allen
ed." Discussing the Con account of how the his- 6:00 O Sunrise Semester O Huckleberry Hound

stitutional question are: tory. of Japan is'reflectedin 6:10 D Continental Classroom I CD Movl

Prof. Arthur E. Suther the city of Kyoto. American Government "Passage West." (1951)) I yxf
land of Harvard Law P O Beverly Hillbillies
6:15 O Sunshine Almanac Six escaped convicts take .
School and Franklin L CD Ben
Casey-Drama 6:30 e World Civilization control of a wagontrainof
Orth, a spokesman for. the Sammy Davis Jr. plays O Pastors Study pioneers
traveling
National Rifle Associa Allie, a baseball player ':3$ O Sunshine Almanac West to establish a religious -
tion. Others interviewed who adjusts to the loss 01 6:40 D Living Words community. John

include Los Angeles police an eye but can't accept 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (Color) Payne, Dennis O'Keefe,

chief William H. Parker, the bitter, anti-white feel- 6:50 O Farm and Home Arleen Whalen, Frank I WOWS S r ONE MOW PAY HEY! WANTA N-NO/ S/LANP iftA
Federal Bureau of Pris ings of his Negro doctor. 7:00 O CD Today DECLARE-I ON THAT CAMPUS WHAT BUTT IM -BUT JUST FINISHED CR.YIHO -*
Faylen, Mary Anderson. L THou6HTTHAT AND 1 RECKON AILS ARE YOU ILCOLLEGE.... BCCAUSff-
Z 10 I fINALS ARG SEMESTER WOUtD I'P HAVE SLU66E9SOMEBOCY. HER ? OR .SOMETHIN I'LL MBVCK
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WASHINGTON If there Is After all I did
anyway. regis- fer to the '
raw vote with
a To
cer- paraphrase Abraham Lincoln 00 I /ew4rS
who mad it's
anybody gets us ,
tain
ter.We amount of contempt, but this nation
under CBS,
somebody who wants to vote aft-
got angry. "Are you try some people are still curious shall have
a new birth of free- "
er a computer has declared a ing to make a monkey out about it"Our dom wNo DOES Sac S1 c I veu 1'.1JaN HE'S EVEN \
winner in a nationally televised of Walter Cronkite? I told and the government of >c N1FAN Z Look: U E. LOOIG Lr E SMARTER THAN I THOUGHT J
election. you friend said, "What would the computers, by the computers TNE EINSTEIN OKBECTRAMF # his,/
the vote profile analysis gave happen if I voted now and for the PLATO
RUSSELL
? computers shall 161R
On June 2, only 23 minutes the primary to Goldwater." a I 5 A oo
after they :were on the air, and "I believe CBS would get not perish from the earth." [, ?- ,
"What's the vote profileanalysis very mad. have c tH
48 minutes before the polls They all their,
were closed, the Columbia ? figures in and I don't think Wrong Line
Broadcasting System declared "Well they take a Buddhistin they'd appreciate it if you lous- ,

Sen. Goldwater the winner in San Pedro, a Mexican in ed them up." Right

the California primary. h il e Los Angeles, and a hod-carrier "I think 111 still vote." PartyELIZABETHTOWN

2 cent of the in San Francisco, and find out o
only per returns "That's a
pretty crummy Ky.AP)
how they voted. in
were in, it was sufficient, They put on thing to do," we said. "CBS -There was silence when J. V.
card and in
a few
a seconds
as far as the network was concerned has put a lot of money into Hartlage answered his tele-
they know who the
to declare winner.As Presidential their
a vote profile analysis and: phone.
candidate
win be.
soon as we heard the results I computing machines. They've
we telephoned a friend of "Then my vote doesn't have hired some of the best pollsters "Who do you want?" asked
ours who lives in San Francis- any meaning he said. in the Hartlage. "
business to give us an 4E RD A Fi111E t w II<3t GROW ice an tt5 MTLn f I'1+li
co.He "Well I wouldn't say that. It's accurate forecast on this pri "I don't I M/f1i.bAi/ 'Ai1 IDOK hen Q Tf fIAYEf<,IiiSR.LY?/W MCOGMP IMS OC&/SHES COMB TO THE SAME COWOflSIOHflLE55O
said, "I can't speak to you an American custom to vote mary. I don't want anyone. My TiiOli6N 10116i1RYNED Wt71lR C>Qr tiETTEit F'SHE M0R1C5 REALLY A MC 6lRL..tWr t FEALTZE 1110W l1'LAT I PR06lIBtY
see why yon phone rang and I just picked it I WITH PM77 LEB76. VnUM Z MOPS ? H6t.6IAME! A LITTLELW1 W'S7tiP6tP HSA
now. I have to go out and vote. and although it's gone out of should go out at this hour and I :,
I've only got 40 minutes lefL" with up, said the voice at the oth-
style electronics, people try to change the results. Re
"But haven't you heard?" we still like to do it to remind member, CBS has a lot more I er end. I

said. "CBS has declared Gold- them of the good old days. at stake in this election than "That's what happened here.

watr the winner. There is no They call it a raw tote on I you have." Who are you?" asked Hartlage. :A

sense in bothering to vote now." TV." *:*I "I'm Silas Hart in Fort Lau-
guesss you're right Theyare
"Gee I hadn't heard. It's official I
"What's a raw vote? experts and I'm just one vot- derdale Fla.
.
huh? "It's an uncooked vote. No er. I'm sorry I though I could 'Whai! I used to know you

"As far as the computers are one has run it up the flagpoleor change anything." when you lived in Elizabeth- ..

concerned it is., Anyone who put it on the train to West- "It's not your fault," we told town,":said the astonished Hart : I

votes now is just wasting his port, if you know what I mean. him. "Lots of people think they lage as the old friends renewed I ,

time." It's sort of anti-climactic. The can siffl beat the machines, but ., eeaveratioD.that stemmed

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f" I :, ':1 ) 1. Famous 26. Marshals ICI M I T I .

.hS'UN desert 30. Radium '1 HA X E I I I for

; '. r'P' :i : Topper symbol I i i: :( M E S
;: 11. Away from 31.InsurrecS TIEID :j: I Classified
hAIR I OnlyDEADLINES
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: ..f ') t.. the mouth tion E RE D I I T
TOUCE: FIRE REPORT St. and'4th Ave. at 7:15 I
12. Secretes
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p.m. fCLASSIFSuD! 32.Return
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ACCIDENT ROUNDUP yesterday.Ther 14. Foodfish profit t I -
15. former 34. Conducted Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m. Day before publication
'm'acii enb reporte6T Elizabeth Irene Dowd, 2035 times 37. Fr. friend I: tjB i g a For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat.

3 ihe.: Gainesville Police. NW 9th Ave and Richard For ads to go In Mon. psper-1 pjn. Sat.
>y 16. Ipecac 38. Ilxhium SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZll E es
Department and the Alachua Charles Ralanhard, 238-R Fla. k source 39. Missile (Minimum ad 4 lines) I

:. County' Sheriff's office ,in III, in' the 1500 block ,of NW 17..Unused shelter 17. Registers 5. Hair piece I FAMILY RATES

the past 24-hours were: 13th St. at 5:59 19.J ape verse 40. Expand DOWN 6. Singly' ? m
'" p.m. yesterday. 20. Radical 42. Fix a street 1. Cavalry 7. Breed of 1 1 insertion ............................................... 34c line'

I Dean Dowry1812;!: NW: 6th Breaking and Entering 21. Favorite again sword dog =-S 3 6 Insertions Insertions; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: J2e I7c line line

i Ave.;.anQ..AEce Fay Galloway, No break-ins were reported # 22. Maple 44. Sharp 2. Superior to 8. Lubricate E 12 Total Insertions QMd"b; ..'.....i......"................. 14c lint I
g charge total lines l rate
multiplying x earned -
418 NW.: JDi Ave..at. 2300 SW by the Gainesville Police Department genus 45. Mangier 3. Sharpened 9. Advance 'F x number of insertioN.
23. Word of 45. Mine 4. Operatic 1". Seesaw
!'I13thSj/ )q:U7 p.m..yesterday.CarolyA.N.Whiteu1112 or the Alachua County choice entrance solo =
1: Gin
: NW 1st "Sheriffs office in the past 18. Gr. long E H S Five letter words per nne

Tlacer-and-John-, .- B a 24 hours.480W4thSt 1 5" r r r /I // 21. Lever IL:

I ( aT0T45: p.ni EEE /h 22.F.xclama- if Same as 2 lines

: yester2ay TIL the. '300 block rof DWI L: Dial II = = IJ turn E 8 Pt. ordinary type

SW4thAy James Edwaid Chestnut, 27, -' iT F 23. Cereal seed I. 17 Pf. Santeaslllnes

residence unknown, was arrest- I j 25. Arid g ordinary type
I
Linda C. Sanders 1606 NW _
James ed in the 900 block of NW 6th iT /1 ej- I J 26. Howling I 10 4 lIn.s
34th Place, and R. I monkey | O Pt.ordinary type
St. and with
yesterday charged
Smith 2204 NW 29th Ave. atNW" 27.Fissureln
driving while iritoxicated7:15m.4resterday. -i-r I ; It ./ ,. zi .
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23id. the brain
Blvd. :and 22nd SLat LZ- B Pt.
it'I 24 $.m..s S line
28. Vexed
; : Fire Calls / r//j /2' U Z5 | ordinary type
// / I t/'h 29. Secret agent
Thomas J. 'Robinson, 1418 NE At 7:55 a.m. yesterday an twL4Witetr 26 18 Z9 304i 33. Eagle's nest

1st Atfdand "TVarren ::James auto owned by James R. Comer t, 376. I JZ7H I r 34. Climbing g The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one

SE 2nd SE 10th Ave. 672 WrAf 35 36 Tine g incorrect insertion nor will it be lIat:* for any error In advers
Caputo, 217 SE 6th St. at at 1112 Note the deep revers curved "I ir IJJ I'1"' "' to a greater extent than the cost -
front-this crocheted Jacket Is 1 always -- r 35. Young eel pled by the I'em hi tile advertisement. N of. the dlustment sgace occue -

Squares smart Joined on diagonal create V-l t r 39 I 36. Performers II the be &rtiMmnt! that do not materIally effect the value will of

novel diamond effect. Easy pickup __ 38. Latvian
workl I Pattern 629: crocftet directions 4 4i g
How Rich U411 : = nativew
Just sizes 32-34; 36-38 Included.
i 'li-.:iy-fiv cents in coins for this 39. Blemish The GainesvIlle Sun resevu the prIvilege of rlVlslftO 6' t..
patte' add 15 cents for i- 45 s Jr-dIng any advertisement whIch It deems
:i- each pattern l' = I 4 I.Gypsyhorse chance tile Oblectlonal and to
for Ist-class mailing and special cl.SSification ot any advertisement from that 0r-
Cored tit
I handling. Send to Laura Wheel- 7 -17 T =: conform to tII. policy 0' the paper
e-. Gainesville Sun Needlecraft 43. Sea bin? i

Is Fifst ? Dept., P. O. Box 161 Old Chelsea - __._ ____._____
: N.N
Family plainly Station PATTERN New York 11, N.NUMBER Y. Print, Par time 20 mm. A, H..f..,,,,.. "-10 F-.ITNuiilluHullEuLaEuwwwuwwlglwwiunIlM/ UIl/IIIIIIJIIIRllllllfllllllJlnlllll"1II1"m'IIJIUUIIIDIDlU!! &

NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sole
I BARGAINI Big new 1964 Needlecraft -

WASHINGTON (AP) j'resisr.. Johnson entered- the White'' only .25 Cataiog cents! A over must 200 if you designs knit, YOUR VACATION HOME? NO DOWN PAYMENT 3

dent Johnson's family is "one of House, the family relinquished crochet 25 cents.SPECIAL qu.lt., sew embroider.Send Announcements 12 Male Help Wanted 30 PETS & SUPPLIES blks.Furn.from house River In on Yankeetown paved street., 2 condo bath. Central Northwest heat. Iffooo.central BR.,5 air

.f the wealthiest ever to occupy control of the company by putting VALUE 16 COM Only E. Sapo$3000 Realtor cash total price. S. 376-2927. Call
PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe ENGLISH Newtorry Fla
the White House," with 'loldings the stock into a trust.calculated new Quilt Book. For beginners 3 LOST & FOUND CAPABLE home building man to program.run residential Must for watch shepherd stock, and puppies.pets.Good FR 1340 util.NW 55th, Ter.. 3 BR. I bath,
experts. Send 50 cents fowl know construction throughly and 20033.SIAMESE. 35 Houses for Sale rm. carport patio. Low,
at $9. million the LOST Black leather wallet in vicinity down payment. Sm. monthly
payments -
"The trust agreement stipulates be able to coordinate lobs. Salary .
of
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. KITTENS. Reg. lilac, Ph. FR 6-1782.
Washington Evening Star said that neither the President phone booth Identification cards: PiUS extras. Please send resumeto blue & choc. PT. Champ. Lilac,
'Iuesday. in name of Susie Westmoreland & P.O. Box 14127, University Station & reg blue & choc. Males at FORDYCEREALTOR
nor his wife shall receive any Roy Westmoreland. Phone .s.a-1116 Gainesville. stud. Ph. Wllliston 528-6<<8. RedfrankjRcalestate

In a lengthy report by staff information on how the family or After P.O.6. Reward.Box 53. Hig-i Springs, ATTENTION need two Ex-insurance men, experienced Agents.We in. BEAUTIFUL old AKC registered.Toy Poodle Call 6 FR weeks 2-

vnriter John Barron, the newspaper property is administered. WILL person who found a white life accident & health to open office 7258 after i:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun.
purse in Winn Dixie Friday night In Gainesville area. Also Vero all d.V.GERMAN.
t asserted; "Since then according to please return pictures, drivers Beach. Salary over right commissions -
,
& renewals. Leads fur- shepherd pups AKC. all
license a check book
to address
The Johnson"holdings in teleWashington attorney Abe For. _on Checks Send COD nished. See district manager 9 shots ready to go. Shown week LUXURY ULTRA MODERN with Roman In-
A.M. to 12 noon. Room 17. 121 days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. Yes this home really Is. A beautifully spired artlum with sliding
ision and radio stations, land, tas, an old friend and personal 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE E. 8th St.. Jacksonville Fla. and Sun. S75. 3501 NW 18th Ter. landscaped lot in the J. J. glass doors opening from

tanks: and stocks now are worth legal adviser to the President, CHECK PAINTERS Wanted First class SIAMESE kittens, reg., lilac I Flnley. Area Wall to wall carpetIng nearly entrance every patio.room.ARCHITECT Striking
only. top rates. Call Commercial choco and blue pt. Champ lilac fireplace and fully equipped
more than $9 million. Mr. Johnson has not engaged in LEARN TO DRIVEl Special: at-. Painting. Inc. 376-2758. and reg. blue and choc.- built-in stainless steel kitchen. DESIGNED for the latest In
tention to luxurious
nervous or elderly. $32,500. Florida II v Ino.
Only $2,800 down $200
and
"And," the article added, "a or discussed any family busi Easy, Way Driving School. FR MECHANIC First Class. Knowl- 6448.males at stud. Ph. Wllliston 528- a month. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living
? TOO?. tic bv State of Fla. edge of Hydraulics gasoline area. Triple car port. Central -
INC. 376-1236.
issued the Feder. But in material
ruling: by ness. gathering engines and welding required. Salary FOR SALE Miniature Bronze heat & alrcondit.oning.;
zt: Communications Commission for this article, the Star has received THESE 5 TRAVEL INFORMATION commensurate with ability. poodle. Male' 9 months old. DELIGHTFUL of course. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING -
Contact Florida State Employ- Grandson of 63 Grand Cham- BUYER. Ex.
lIst April could greatly increase allegations to the con RIDE or riders wanted to PalaUa, ment Service. pon.: May be _seen at Martins 2 bedroom home in the N.E. sec elusive with this office. Call
( t:1.eJr'value.: trary." Monday-Tues. Wed. For 8:15 A.M. -MEAT MARKET MAN with experIence Animal Hospital. All permanent tion. This lovely home is equipped t-Oe17
class at Junior College. Phone FR in packing and wrapping shots. with central heat paved drive WESTWOOD

The fortune, the newspaper The bulk of the Johnson fortune 73749 meats.Market. Inquire 1424 in HawttornaRd.person EastSide 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY 000.and ar$250 down conditioning and $89.SO Only a month.$13- most new SCHOOL modern AREA-AI.3 bedroom

ta d, "was amassed almost entirely the Star pointed out, has CLASSIFIEDADS 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Call INC.,FORDYCE 376-1236. & ASSOCIATES heat.,Large 2 bath panelled with central family

while Mr. Johnson was in been derived from investments 13-Help Mal or Female' OWNER room. Patio. Extra nice

public office; mainly since he in Texas television and radio DUE 1944 to model dtvorca Zlg I Dave Zag a Automatic like new BEAUTIFUL N.W. 22nd wooded street.lot.110'900 x55'blockof UNUSUALLYdesigned lot.built-In Less kitchen.than Slt.000 Beautiful with

entered the Senate and began stations. sewing machine that does ev PLACEMENT Office, Professional SERVICE Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200x- patio really sets this 3 excellent terms. Call 4-0817.
180' with view and bedroom home apart. Wall to wall
erything. We would like privilegesof
lis rise to national power in The newspaper noted that during to take up payments of someone $400 College. Technical Graduates Clear Lake. 376-5109. carpets kitchen equipped. In a SPLIT bath.LEVEL3 Large 4'*bedroom.pet. morf;2.
beautiful neighborhood. N.W. section -
1948. hisfirst term in the Senate, per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- For appt. call 372-6377 FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots only $13,500, 11,000 down age can be assumed. Price
2051. 1D-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. at $1500 ea.. 2 Inside lots at S1 ,500. Call 6-0817.
The Star. noted the common Johnson was a member of the I I hive new 1964 model automatic Monday through Friday SI 200 ea. Located 2 miles south and DYCE$7540& ASSOCIATES.a month. Call INC..FOR.374-
'ersion that'the fortune is mainly Commerce Committee which has Zig Zag sewing machines. No PERSONNEL CENTER of Costal River Fla. on U.S.. 1236. NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom
attachments needed to do the 102 NW 2nd Avenue 19 in Paradise Gardens Subdivision. frame home on over acre
due to Mrs. Johnson's acujurisdiction over the Federal FOR following decorative stitches. YOUNG man or young couple. 25 Call C. Emory Cross. 37658L of land convenient to MedIcal -
buttonholes. appliques mono- to :35 capable of handling con- QUIET Center. Everything like
men and:energy in buying up a Communications Commission. grams blind hems. Etc. $575 siderable responsibility must not WILL pay cash immediately tor neighborhood: for this 3 bedroom New. Total price $3200 with
small, part-time, debt-ridden The FCC, in turn, regulates all' per mo. 54.50 total price. 115 be afraid of long hours or hard lot or parcel of land outside city home. Spacious living in the S.E. low down payment to responsible -
w. Unlv Ave. 371075 party. Call 6-0817
for $12,250 Call FOR
work. Must be ambitious and be limits. but close In, on which a area only
Austin, Tex., radio station in television and radio stations. able to work for yourself with- nice duplex house all ready on DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 376- Claude M "Red" Franks.
8 Baby Sitters. Child Care out supervision. Starts $100 per moving equipment can be moved 1236. Realtor
1943 for and BIG Myrtle Lassiter
$17,500 developing Associate
public of
I "The records the week build to better than $10,000a this week. Or will sell you the W. E. "Bill- Harris Associate
it into a highly profitable TVFCC," the article continued,, not year.insurance Large or Southern sales. or corp., building furnished and ready togo TREESand 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817
TINY any- at bargain price on
TOT easy Home J7943
radio business; "show no evidence that Mr. thing like that but the best future terms. You can move in same or shrubbery surround this Colonial or 6-2927.
PLAY SCHOOL & opportunity on this paper. rent out by end- of week by acting home overlooking a plctur.
"
"Mrs. Johnson, the newspa Johnson ever sought preferen See R. G. McElroy at the HolIday now. FR 6-3012 esque pond. This house has wall UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
Visit us and see for yourself. Inn Wed. AJtA. June 10th 10 to wall carpeting fireplace and
per continued, "doubtless has tial consideration from the regulatory SAVINGS _24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. A.M.on and all day Thursday 34 Waterfront has been completely redecorated. Well established firm has opening .
made impressive contributions. agency." EXPERIENCED and Friday June llth & June PropertyON Within walking distance of Uni- for 1st class secretary en
elementary school 12th. Call for appt.. no Interviews versity of Florida. As little as SV permanent basis salary JL
But there is strong evidence that The latest FCC ruling affecting teacher to care for children. 3 over phone. THE GULF 500 down can handle this lovely working conditions attractive.

Mr.. Johnson himself as,:participated the Johnson family fortunes 3727150.acre play area. Planned program LONG HOURS. hard work low Cedar Key Shorest home. Call. INC.FORDYCE. 376-1236. & ASSOCIATES Apply qualifications.in awn handwriting giving .
pay. mean boss. White only. Apply Applications
:.vigorously in the family came this spring. As the Star ON .'. KIDDIE KORTChild Mr. Helm Hotel Thomas Other Properties confidential write c/e ounts-
Wed. evening. 7:30 P.M. David AndrewsCedar FORDYCEAssociates villa Sun 417...
busine.ss.y .ntures. put it, "the commission voted to Care Cf'ntf'r 3724641Employment
CONCESSION help wanted. Apply
"Several' Texans who dealt continue probably fatal restrictions after 6 P.M. at Suburbia Drive. Key. 3841 Inc.
,
with..the_Johnsons prior to last upon an Austin television HOUSEWIFE-STUDENTS Earn extra WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Real Estate Exchangers FREE ESTIMATES on

I. ,November say they always dealt cable firm which is competing FINE :i car money needed. your Call 376-8968 own hours from no Reg LAKE Broker PROPERTIESACRE., specalizing: In. Grace Multiple S. Fordyce Listing Realtors Broker FURNACES and Quality
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 8:00 A. m. to 12:00. AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros, CENTRAL AIR
Associate
with Mi. Johnson, never withhis with one allied with the John GR 5-2981. Dudley Goulden
"
Harvey Benton Associate
wife. son company." BEAUTY 14-Sales Help Wanted AIR CONDITIONED gas heat 926 W. Univ. 376-1286 CONDITIONERSby7
DEMONSTRATORSEarn
completely furnished 2 bedroom
!'Mr:, Johnson, it should be If Capital Cable the firm allied up to 15 per hour demonstrating house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles
famous Studio Girl BEST real estate sales oppor- East of Gainesville. Price $1400 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY !
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noted/own.s nonstock in the company with the Johnson interests CARS!
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. tunity in Gainesville. Draw- Terms available. Phone FR
which has title ,to most of succeeds in driving its competi J JYou ..Phone 374-4336 after 6. ing account. Leads furnished 6-6456. Best In equipment using Internally -

( the'Johnson property and has tor out of Austin, Capital's even HAVE YOUR A BUSINESSOF OWNSet 372-1551._ BEAUTIFUL River at Rock lot on Bluff.Inc Suwannea Call 276- call For top quality workmanship engineered Insulated and ducts.Installed designed

provided the: family with such tual worth could be between your own hours no Investment 16 Work Wanted Fenul 6160. 372-6142 byALL

amenities as limousines, -an $5 and $10 million according to wanted., no Apply high pressure Hotel Thomas people FC'I SALE.that If you lot have beautiful put off GAINESVILLE & AIR AMERICAN CONDITIONING HEATING CO.

airplaneya! cabin cruiser and the broadcasting industry sources. Wed., June 10 at 7:30 pm. COLORED lady would like to take Santa Fa Lake. You on have little UPHOLSTERY PH. 376-8268
care of elderly person. 14 yrs 1501 N.w. iim st.
time left to secure waterfront
LBJ.Ranch itself.r majority of nd'an option agreement'enti SALESPERSONFor experience as nurses' aide. 5 property (AT A REASONABLEPRICE Free Estimates-nek u, and 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
ready to ,
wear 23-45 ,
age -
experIence
th : This Is full time permanent 20 Year old girl want a lob| tak. Ph. 375-5571.
per cent, is owned by Mrs..Johnson half ofCapital'Cable at a price position with all employee bene ing care of children. Live In and L.
and her fits. Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. can give good references. Phone
daughters. which would be well under a L 468-1166. IN THE

"Last' No V' 29 a week after million dollars. FUN
: LADY to age offke 35 for typing general adding accounting 17 Work Wanted Male1.AWNMQW1NOJOB

.. '" ,. machine exp. necessary bookkeeping have own
background helpfuL Ph.
McCoy Mfg. Co.. Inc. FR 47290 mower. Will also cut hedges. Call

Race Riot Brings WltNrEQ for appointment.cu(<<<<<\( -c c1!f:( _c 376-1069.1.'J),:>')'bj\'Wb
( M&-e. Must 6e Jbd.0 'v.
an tompee )surance terms and
life. Salary depends on txptrlence. Reo) Estate Exam

: Ala. Police AlertTUSCALOOSA EXECUTIVE. Phone secretary.FR 13MS.Typing ATTEND COURSE First lesson free. SUN

shorthand knowledge of book HOWELVS BUSINESS COLlfcwE KORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
keeping desired. Ample starting COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave
wage. No age limit. Unlimited f-9 6-3507. 377-1777._

career opportunities for woman MEN 8> women it to 55 to train for BOATS & MOTORS .

Ala. (AP) ties, reinforced by plainclothes Buy with nent quick resident.mind.Send Prefer resume perma-or CIVIL SERVICE _ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR' RECREATIONWHO
: Interview request to Box 435 Examinations. For Information
Watchful police kept ,a round- COO
state investigators, patroled Ne Gainesville! Sun. send name address & Phone No. WOULD LIKE THE 76th GRILLS
the-clock surveillance on the Key Training Service. 112 W.Adams HUNTER Fiberglass Ftshipg 12' Plywood fishing boats.KfJO HOOD-S1"T
gro sections through the night WAITRESS. good hours good pay __ St., Jacksonville._ Boat Introduced by FRANK 10t AND MOTOR
in Tuscaloosa Apply In person Wonderhous
Negro community PHILPOTT?
but found rio evidence of organized Restaurant 14 S.W. 1st St. Ba- SPEED WRITINGBOOKKEEPINGSecretarial EASY TERMS OR CENTRAl. GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
THE TACKLE BOX
today alert for signs of Courses. Classes 725 N. Main 1733537
newdemonstrations hind Sears. now CHARGE

,in the wake of We bTtlesday'3 activity. ,Hire! CURB GIRLS._night shift. apply In ,forming.lege. .211 Howell'a W. Univ.Business Ave. FR Col- 111. Heart Of East Gainesville"

bloody street battle. State troopers some of whom person. Jerry's Restaurant, 2310 1507.INTERNATIONAL'. FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT Check with Charlie
S.W. 13th St.
CENTER FR 217>U List of Classifications to choose:
Negro leaders, some. of them stood guard at University of Qualified nurse to care for newborn I Home of HUNTER F0) rg!
't. in jail as a result of the clash Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa of-state Infant trip during In late two August.week References out-. CORRESPONDENCE FIshing Boats.McCULLOCH .Motors.' ,MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S

with police, gave no indication just a year ago when two Ne required. Box m..., Trailer and JACKSON Selling ONLY DEALER SUIng Swimming-Divine.!

of their future course.groes were admitted to the university Gainesville Sun._ SCHOOLS Canoes. JOHNSON Fishing qulpm"" .
I Sell 236 courses including high school SEA HORSE MOTORS
"'
I, The,Rev. Martin Luther King reportedly were ready WOMEN over 35 with pleasing business technical, and engineering Where Quality Silts 1&Hlr SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.

I Jr. ordered some of his key staff to move into the city if local authorities a personality week contacting can earn S30 establishedAvon to S40 calf. For 376-4067 complete. Information 20 NW. 14th Ave.FR Lone Star Boats. Orlando, Clipper
25011 or FR 6-4193 Boats. Ski supplies. Salting rigs. Golfing Equipment.
members sent i in Tuscaloosa. asked for them. customers. Experience un CAIRO'S MARINE
necessary. Call Avon Manager, 28 Livestock & Supplies Tennis EQUl ment.
More Thru FrL 54 Sat. 9-4
City authorities. assumed that The clash between Negro FR 20421.GENERAl.._ Other Times by Appointment P-m. 601 S. MA'N ST.

Pt some effort might be made to demonstrators and police war office work 5Y* day WANT TO properly' condition cows V _ _ Baseball EquIpment
week salary commensurate with before freshing? Then try cooperative
I keep the demonstrations alive the first outbreak of racial] violence or ability. 376-4438 feed ideal Mills for 13 bulls per¢ heretords.fitting Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish. -
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despile the ban on street march- in this heavily industrialized 12 Mat Help Wanted too. On special: during June. ,.
FMX Gainesville! or Alachua. BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.
es which touched off the wild community since the Au- Phone FR 2.1095 or 4612105.

outbreak of club swinging and therine Lucy riot eight years LIFE .GUARD work for with summer.Senior certificate. phone- 1 Mare. 2 years old. Gelding. 3 Get Results Enjoy a dean and healthy pool .
rock.and bottle Miss the first FR 63012.MAINTENANCE. years old. Saddle. 2 bridles 2 Master Pool Service Inc:. ADVERTISE IN TIlE
throwing. ago. Lucy Negro blankets $350. See anytime after Supplies .. Monthly cleaning

Ninety-six Negroes went to enrolled as a student at the uni- Rent live on premises.MAN tlOfrifneKl.T Phone FR. i. It34 N.E. 3rd Ave. service FR 2-5343 6-OWfl 13171 EBYICE DIKECTOBY

t jaiLin the aftermath of a 45- \ersity was driven from the 43012.WANTED' PONY broke for to ride.sale Saddle 2 yr.and old brld'e.ttud

minute siege which sent 33 Necampus by an angry white mob. .MW a used car salesmen See 32 N. W. 2om Ter. Call
(2) Salary S commission.Apply
groes and a policeman to a hospital Later she was expelled for accusing Main St.MANAGER at. Melton Motors. 703 R. FR 2"392. MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

with cuts and bruises and university authorities 30 PETS fr SUPPLIES

tear-gas sickness. conspiring with the rioting 21-50. steady trainees employment.needed.fringe age AMERICAN Shepherds. 1 nvtx. 2 Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441

City-police and sheriffs depucrowd. benefits. Apply/ Jackson's Mjiut female well marked. Reg. (40
S .
Market 1234 N.W. Itth Av* S3S & S50. Phone F R 44470.
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3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath. carport
: 'a BEDROOM 1 bath, CCB screen- PAY RENT? and utility room. $9,000. $450 OPEN HOUSE 4 BEDROOMS-3 BATHS BEST VALUE In-:3RL hem ;:. SIt
ed porch air conditioned, central New homes ".soo. 3 bedroom. tile WESTWOODIt's down. SA5 month. Phone FR 2-3355 Fla. Room Fireplace Central monthly. payments. buy .our
heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street FR bath $65 per month. Located on NOW days FR 6-4311 nIghts.LITTLEWOODWESTW000 3 Bedroom 2 bath. Florida room. heatyou name It-this lovely equity reasonably.no taxes owner
2-4729. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some THE TIME IS only $450 down. Assume loan at modem masonry home has itl leaving city. Call 372-0044.
trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. Brand New AREA. $96 per month. By owner. 1937 N.W. of course. Big fenced corner -
3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm.. large storage
6 BEDROOMS N.E. 7th Terr.CALL. lot; double garage plus car BY OWNER. Mason Manor. :I.BIl
4 baths living rrru fireplace wall -3 BR's 2 Tile Baths .room screened porch, carport port. Inspect this amazing buy at 2 bath cent. heat 'bultt-In"'tlt.,
to wall carpeting. formal dining JWK Central Alrconditloned established yard. shrubs. $17,500.00. Attractive terms. huge screen--porch, paved dead
shade trees. $500 down. 527 NW
rm., ail elect. kitchen. cent. heat Hardwood Floors USTO ARCH CAMPBELL REALTORPh. end street shaded tot reasonably
& air conditioning. 2 story on -Huge LR & Family R. Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr 34th Ter. Ph. FR 2-5C43. 376-5707 ANYTIMEI priced. Phone FR 2-2378. -
landscaped acre. 34800. Call own 3728404BEAUTIFUL _3669 N.W. 16th Ave. DISTRESS SALE SEE THESE FINE LISTINGS i
_er. ,-Easy to buy. See now. Libby Heights 3432 N.W. 13th Ave. BR Fla. Rm, Carol Estates, LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath, Ig
3769916.SWIM FREE traditional residence. House to Rent? 4 Bedroom. 2 bath. Separate dinIng $474 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry near schools. Pay low equity I.r., with fireplace D.R..II\ 1
NE Lovely 4 BR. 2 baths spa. Space design. quality and custom LittlewoodSmall room. Owner transferred.Must home with built-in oven and & assume VA loan with $77.94 In kitchen enclosed patio, S 'car 1
range 1 year old -ONLY $75.00 central atr-cond.I and
clous rooms. Large cr. porch details throughout. Lovely large sell on or before June 15th. mo. payments. Ph. 3710539.NORTHWEST carport
Air cond. VA. loan. $102 month. lot. More expensive than the Down PRICE SLASHED TO 23000. per month. heating. Near schools. Priced ta 3
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Equity terms. 3721854. average price range but you FHA mortgage. can be assumed. sell. 3505 N.W.13th. Ave.Tel. !
on "
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will agree this house is more Payment3 REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Terms of your choice. FR 4-8298. $500.00 DOWN Large 2 bedroomtwo 2-6795. : $
FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. than worth It. story frame home near Kirby :
home located In Westmoreland TWO ACRES in the woods with the BR-1 Tile Bath Smith School. ONLY S60.00 per I Close to school and shopping 3 bedrooms .t
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt :! most in contemporary styling; Stove & Ref. included YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit EXCLUSIVE month. .. 2 bath home with family EYES' RIGHT! -
2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family overlooks a creek five bedrooms -527 N.W. 36th Drive room. This Is a very nice
Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. handsome fireplace mod. rn -Total price $12,000 NORTHWESTSPACIOUS WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 home for the growing family with See real dream living In Shadow
Central heat, built-in kitchen In- kitchen. Not quite completed -Best BuY-See Now !' 2090 Square Feet bath homes with central heat air only $1,500 down payment. Lawn Estates. Models Open.
cluding GE dishwasher. 2 court and a steal at $1 .500oo. WOODED t3 X 164 Lot conditioning and Florida room F. D.- Oliver. Bid,. -
yards. walk to schools. close to Substantial cash payment re UNIVERSITYREALTY CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING :3 In the Llttlewood School area, the REASONABLE Ph. FR 2-tlM
U of F & medical center FHA quired. Bedrooms. 2 Baths Paneled Den Gainesville High School area and DOWN PAYMENT- West en NW '3'tti An. past
422,700 Down payment $1,700. FOR $15.250.00 FHA evaluation you Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU Living Room Dining Room Electric Idylwlld. I br., Fla. rm.. Large fenced yardin the Glen Springs Intersection
Immediate occupancy. Drive by can buy a four bedroom two bath your Built In Kitchen Large beautiful Idylwtld. Priced at see sign SC left
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler house in the Uttlewood area. Spacious Family Room. Hardwood Floors. 4 BEDROOM 3 bath home complete $14.000.
Brothers 372-9545 dally 376-9048 living room and separate 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 EVERY DAY until it is rented : FR 2-105X with swimming pool end -- -- ---
night. dining room, parquet. Appointment W. M. Munroe Realtor 1918 N.W. 11th Road central heat.
only. Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank DAN BYRDASSOCIATES.
SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Roby Roy McCann T. C. Ooug- INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedroom
-ROOM FRAME house. screened sale. These are year round residences las. Jr. IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: MaryMoeller home with 2 bedroom apartment INC Quality Homes
porch reduced for quick sale within easy commuting completely furnished, ALSO 3 Jack DeYot Realtor
$2,491. phone Cephls Goodman.
distance. unit apartment house completely

528-4384 Wllllston. J. W.KIRKPATRICK. $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day furnished. ONLY 10000. Walter Stoddard Associates E. E. Holloway WESTVILLAN.W.
S14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open PARRISH Christine Stone
House Sundays. 1 to 6 pjn. Designed $1000 DOWN Spacious I 3 bedroom I los N.W. 13th Street 372-2511 16th Ave.
S. $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day 2 bath masonry home In .
& engineered by U. Call night or day
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Division. 2100 Realtor Westwood. Large corner lot.
Steel Corp. Homes
sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond.. 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 24404 PRESENTSANGLEWOOD $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day Realtor & 37th St.
brick 2 1801 Member Multiple Listing
veneer. car garage. JOHNMERfULL J McCOY'SM4cama I
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes ASSOCIATES:
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. -Almost new 4 'BR I $60 per mo . $2.00 per day QG TESMSWALTER '
6690. W. Recce, Capt., USN Ret.COMPARE" 2 Sitti Contemparanf Aatnf. CenAW -actvcc,
.. 'Po >'iI) > **#aw'roll..toG Fenced $Z..{6 day .. T\ ., k'ts baTh. '\\:t3.'"Wn )arpa
Mol >'& $ 5"psc m(). . per D.R. Inc. 9'
i Vtwit 1bT*. Y-.Trift> room -'beau'lj. U.R. MTrtf Umtty rm. ReaHor
1uV bu\\t to \'then.mme ia'e I (a. fcKcnen: vitth ditvtag area la For Safe very attractive 3-
occupancy. I $10 per mo. . $2.33 per day car port this home Is situated on Associates Multiple: Marcella Listing/ PardI bedroom 1- ath home. 4617
I beautiful lot. 22nd St. area shown E. Ave.. walking
I W. H. Buchannan University /
NEW LISTING B.R. 2 Bath by appt. Call Mary Moeller. STUBBS
distance to Lake Forest ,
home. wall to wall carpet In $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Schools. Price $12-500. $500
ing room and dining room. IiV'j Reduce f INC.
Price down and $79.50 per month.

THESE HOME VALUES I built room.In Excellent kitchen financing.with nice family $80 per mo . $2.66 per day 3 Br Lg family Rm, study, Lg. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN Call. Day Gerald FR or 6-7290.V. Q.nights McCoyJr. FR

BEFORE YOU BUY I FLORIDA PARK AREA A pleas- $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day to patio see C.B.this on lovely beau'iful home shaded drive lot.by JR. and 4-5015.23rd Office Blvd.corner N. Main "We Trade Houses"YOU

ant masonry 3 bedroom home on 840 N.W. 20th St. & call Mary Homes Lots. Income. Basinets '-
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a nice lot 110 x 154 located with $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Moeller. Farms and aDd Lake Property. ._ -_- -_- - -01
Norwood in walking distance to J. J. Finley Acreage. 1 --- -- --- -
I Elementary School and Gainesville E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. I I
High School. Owner leaving $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day BeautyAbounds 638 N. MAIN ST.
; SAVE Hope"H" town. In this Lg CB. 3 BR, VA FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 I BUY TWO KINDS
bath home near St. Patricks Parochial I
FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Attractive $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Metcalf & Howard BIshop I II
Inc.UIHnhlllnIuffilllulllllurnrImrnnlllTmuIfflhlTflB I 3 bedroom, 2 bath masonry schools, all rms Lg & spacious.For OF BUILDINGS,
home extra comfort a very Ig
on nicely landscaped large
We Trade Homesor I lot. Immediate possession. May screened porch an abundance of I I II
Property I we show you this one. CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR storage room. Call Mary Moetler. HOME BYSQUAREFOOTAGE _

GWYNN OAKS Large 3 B.R. -
i 1115 NW 40th Drive = 2 bath home on large wooded lot Contemporary
3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $115 IIIIIIIIIIIIHI! -family room built in kitchen. SUN RENTAL WANT 3 BR 2 bath. family rm with fire BUYERS V

.: per month. The followIng are ready for It with large screened In patio- ADS place dbl garage, excellent neigh-
must be seen to be appreciated. borhood shaded yard. $1200.00
I 1442 NE 16th Place occupancy. E equity take up payments $125.00 t
3 3 BR IV* bath. $350 dn., $94 E NEAR UNIVERSITY 3 B.R., 2 mo. S.W. section. See Mary Moel GUIDEby
,: | per 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 1500 dn. S77. private study. away from family See This LovelyJumbo The James Co.
-' 3 BR. 2 bath. 1350 dn., $89 per mo. E activity. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole
month. brick 3 br breezeway LR The James Co. of Galnles-
: per WESTSIDE New residential sub- dining rm quiet St. Realistically vllle. Inc., Builders of Kings-
;; NE St. 4617 SE 1st PI. division opening soon. Acre lots. GLADYS SMITH EXCELLENT BUY priced. Drive past this fine prop berry Homes for this area will
1115 5th 4608 SE 2nd PI. e streets now being paved. May we Central air conditioning & heat 3 erty 1114 N.W. 13 Ave. & call. be happy to answer any ques- .
1 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn., $94 3 BR, I bath $400 dn $48 tell you more about this restricted SERENOLA ESTATES BR 2 bath, built-in kitchen family Mary Moeller.Retirement. tions you might have concern- U.I
..' ser month. per mOo residential area outside city lim- Lovely residential lots school rm.. fenced back yard, outside ing home ownership. You mightbe I
i new city limits. Only $14,250. Locatedat one of those people that w-
; 303 SE 38th St. opening In September priced from 3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR 6-2969 now owns a home but found
<
$3500. Call 3725393.
3 BR. 1 bath, $400 dn. $64 its.M. 3 Br 1 bath frame, Ig lot quietSt. that It Is now' Inadequate, I If
Norwood per mOo ft M. paved. $3200.00.Investors this Is the case a call to The I
S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra WELL I II IL
located home for sale. Own- James Co. could very well BARNS
nice large home built-in er graduated and will give Immediate solve your problems. By this
29th Ave. BuildingSite
NW
3236
range and oven fireplace. New occupai.cy. Recently we mean trading in your present -
i .Hope 3 BR. 2 bath $650 dn $98 ParrishANDASSOCIATES FHA commitment. Call 3725393for painted and in excellent condi- home.
per mOo an appointment. tion. Why pay rent when you
::
"H" Inc. a INC. can pay less to own. 37A-XOSS Near Country Slub. 1420 on S.W. There are a number ef questions -
3301 & 3311 8 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 80 ACRESPlus 1242 N.E. 6th Ave. 34th Street-162 comprising that we can answer concerning -

.: We Trade Homes NW 30th Ave. Wayne Hill Helen Graham 3 bedroom, 2 bath home appr. 45 acres. Near U.F. trading. We feel that
4 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $8?. g Carolyn Gardenhira Mary Parrish central heat oak floors 20 miles FOR SALE beautiful rural home CampuS with Income establishedwill by talking with us you can
; or Property per mOo 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 from Gainesville, 15 acres pecan with up to 4 acres pecan groves. lease or sell call Mary pick a suitable floor plan and
grove. 45 acre permanent pasture Overlooking Santa Fe Lake with Moeller. exterior design that will suit
irnnnmmuueannnnttsmmlnutmimffiuhl UIIII1IIIIIII1Il11111\1111l11II111III11IIntnlJIIIIl1lII\ 20 acres unimproved. Tractor, access to boat basin and beach. your needs from our many
:: SAVE mower harrow fertilizer distributor. Must travel doctor's orders. Bar MARY MOELLER plans that we keep on hand.A .
Call 3725392.GLADYS call to the James Co. will
FOR RENT124SE7thSt. Ii gain at 20000. G. P. Rlppey
:: ALL OUR HOMES ARE Melrose. Fla. Ph. 475-5571. REALTOR get all the facts about any
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 5 BUY FROM type financing any questionsyou \
SMITHRealtor
SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath 5 1019 W. University FR 6--<<71 might have without any
YOU WILL JUST CALL 1 Year Lease. $95 per Mo. LARGE Woodland Terrace house Member Multiple Listing obligations on your part.
-i 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 5 BUILDER Associates: full appliances included. Excel MARY MOELLER BROKER WAREHOUSES
F R5301 or FR -798* UVQnrm"m""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11III1UI1IUUIlllUUl 23limnffffu2323flwmmnImfluflWflflllWlUIHflflflW23flllW3li232 Anna Hinson Ben Griffin lent condition Easy financing. ASSOCIATES We have lots available In I I II
Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes Owner moving out of State. Call z. W. Moeller Foster Kessler most any section of town for .
I Ufl23Wlllfl123UllllW1llIfl! $ 3 bedroom, IVi bath. Pay only Member Multiple Listing 3723793. Dick Durbin you to choose from. '
$80 per month including taxes If you're buying a home look
and Insurance. Wooded lot on l 5- 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 money combined experience in the You get more dollar-for-dollar
Butler Bros. Builders down to qualified Vets. Only construction of homes. By careful
I Value in Edwards home!
$450 down FHA. Ask to see lot supervision by Jim and a Hugh I
no. 67.Advanced. (atinI Gene it will enable you as the
homeowner to get more home HUGH
Design 3-2. One of Gaines I I for your money and certainly I EDWARDS Bldr. 2 BIdr. 3 a
: Invites You ville's most advanced home de ovefl& makes The James construction I
signs. Eye level built-in oven Formica \ .rarigeJcobinet to be beyond 'compare.By REAL PLASTER WALLS YES NO NO
and range In kitchen. Breakfastbar. I Sound absorbant normally
to Walk.ln closets. Terrazzo Foldaway building primarily the I used In higher-priced homes.
floors. Large rear lot with fence Ktngsberry home we feel we
on back line. Save nearly $1.000 tops have a great advantage and TERRAZZO FLOORS YES
on this one. $15.150 $SOl) down great opportunity for you as East-to-care-for, NO YES
Palm View Estates FHA $94 month includes all. doors the purchaser to pick design I permanentcolor
no furniture I II
Ask for lot no. 2. 't torage ) ed and by floor some plans of that the are country's create Indentations.


Model dollars Huge'Home corner In additional Sacrifice lot with landscaping.hundreds 4-2 of central J. -H leading I you architects.If desire complete. Information I ALL Lasting BRICK beauty, FRONTS greater YES NO NO I

A new community of distinctive t ,Take sidewalk to public or parochial heat we will call be The happy James to come Co. and to resale value.

homes in the fashionable schools. Save big moneyon home and spend any
this one. Lot no. 24. your I FULLY SODDED YES NO NO I
amount of time necessary to
Northwest. explain The James Co. system FRONT LAWNS
HUGH EDWARDS 11).i) of home ownership.We I Keeps and out of your new
home. gives you nearly two I II
INC. can secure FHA VA and I years head-start. Saves money.
Featuring : several different types of conventional
2837 N.E. 15th Street financing. SIDEWALKS

FHA homes from 374-7971 I 'S I : Let us mention a few et I future Safety assessments.for your children. No YES NON 0 |

the Homes that are either under -

$16,000420,250 FREDARNOLD ii planning construction stage.4Bedroom or In the I SWIM COMMUNITY CLUB YES- YES NO |


L Down payments from $400.00 -_- _J. 3 fun tile baths Swimming and summer
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living U recreation with your
area. You must see this hometo I neighbors. I II
'., appreciate It. We will tradeon
VA Loans Available v1
.. this one.2Bedroom. GAS LAMP POSTS
REALTORSWIMMING ls.a Saws: I Adds distinction to your home YES NO NO
'S'S DFk 1'A bath with Gives you added burglar I
hardwood floors located on protection.
well shaded lot. Small down-
POOL payment. EHA.Construction I FORMICA CABINETS
3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm Three bedroom. two bath house with Always-clean never needs YES NO YES |
enormous living: room and most to start soon on refinishing.
attractive kitchen. Drapes and 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin .
wall to wall included. N.E. Gainesville. Call now
carpets '
Wonderful outside entertainmentarea and make all color selections.All I FLOOR TO CEILING YES : ... I
NO
View Estates $24,500.00. these will be brick veneer. CLOSET DOORS .NO
0I
We have 4 lots on 39th Ave. Doubt shelved for 100%
NEW HOME Vinyl 100'x27t'. Pick a lot and house more storage space.
Only a few months old and In perfect plan to ,suit you. I I
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for and toresE --
;is planned professional men condition. Three bedrooms.two paper 3- TRUSS ROOFS
families. baths. screened porch, mar. (concrete Now ,under baths construction with 1453 Full I ft. ceiling throughout. YES NO YES
Bedroom 2
velous closets. Paved street. Closeto I home. Attic space for I

double carport
floor
schools. S1.300 down and S119per Sq. Ft. area additional insulation fuel
FERNWOOD MODELS month Including taxes and In on shaded 100x27 lot. Willtrade savings.
surance. on this one.

I TILE WINDOW SILLS YES NO YES I
AIR CONDITIONEDBeautiful No wood trim around windows I
from $12,250 large 3 bedroom 2 bath to rot from natural
up home with central air conditioning You'll find the KEY condensation.
and heating. Specious kitchen to I I II
panelled family room with fire-
from $400 down place huge screened porch. All fine
sliding glass doors are thermo- family living at Ii
I NO MONEY DOWN VA
pane. large nicely landscapedlot. J I
S32.000.00. I I
$100 CLOSING

L IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYJ F1NLEY AREA I FHA FROM $450 DOWN I II
3 3 bedroom. 2 bath centrally air. i\Highland\ Court Manor For Mere Informatics
conditioned home on extra large Call IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
sloping lot. Cork floors. Nice de
sign. S22.000.00. .._ =4: ..:: :=:o._ the swim club community TheJames I I II

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Palm View Estates COMPANY
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Multiple Listing Member Inspect our 14 models today-$13,400 to $18,200
Til Dork lilt W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Builder .f Kingsberrr I I II
Associates: Pete Sieg Sales office-NE 23rd Bird. & 11th Terr.-372-3471 Homes
Jan CaldWell F. W. Hodg
Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo OFFICE PHONE HUGH EDWARDS INC.
372-9545 day 376-9048 night Bob Kalfcman Jimmy Green 372-2527 I I

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Wednesday, June 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23

43 Colored Property I 45 Furnished Aprs. 51-A W..t.e To Rent I 66 Misc .For S"I.. -

II I 77 Mobile Ho..e for Sal. I 15 Automobiles for Sal. 87 Automobiles Wonter
INDEX ONE or two bedroom .
unturn.U
I HOMES FOR SALE I CLEAN. nicely furnished efficiencyapt. hse. kitchen Uner LACE floor length wedding dress
f 2 ft 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. ft TV antenna. oft street park. month. Please wit hoop, size f, $25. 3 Pink 1940 BELVEDERE, lOx 51' 2 BR. '61 BUICK convertible excellent CARS Fords
SE 7th Ave. Sam. no down pay i Ing. Private. Ideal for working Box 4 c-o Gainesville Sun. dresses size 9; $10 Will sell or trade on house. all It WANED. 1'55 Ser
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE ment. Some small down pay. lady. P. M. Boothby. 427 N.W. each. Phone 3726419.WESTINGHOUSE at SE 72nd St. Wide tra ler. S coiti per.. p ice Station A Her St. ,
1 U Mtmerua memo Monthly payment $57 to 10th Ave. FR e-7227. 52 Boarders Wanted 61. 1 3d t
Care .1 TkutBkaS .1 Waatc4 .. BIT I $45. Also homes built on your Launder m at For Sale I BR air coo furn. 1.6 Volv 4 door radio seat-
S Lett A Fe..4 a MacUBerv Teals lot for no down payment. NICE downstairs! apt. close In, utilities washer 155; Westinghouse dryer trailer enclosed Excellent bels. 21,000 miles. Phone ADVERTISE IN THE
4 PenoBalUea' Bervlees U BalMmMaterials Cad TOMMY RIDGELL turn. Ideal for working $30: both for $75. 2 girl's bikes coii FR 2-a ... 5 ft 7 17 SERVICE DIRECTORY
ROOM
and Board for girls. Private TV antenna $5 24" A.M. P.
FR 2-4125 $10 ea ; -
N Builder Phone person. per wk. 531 SE 2nd 112 I
HuckU P.-
5 Travel hfcrmttWa Ge4aCS PL FR 2.232.EFFICIENCY bath. Washing Machine. Phone win fan $25; good used VW Camper '41, 16 Can be fI
I Special listless. AatlteeaOS FR leaving town toy 2 Bedroom trailer> 42 with aluminum nanced. Will
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 6 tos. brgaIn. tis
S 1 Flamta' HIM. Fr SaleS APARTMENTS. $50 42nd Ave. cllba. Conditi small car In trade. 374-W14 CONNOLLYBest
*Bit? sitter, ant Can n Traitor Pasta apartments large living and month. Phone 481-2380. BOARD & room for working m 12 shady pl. Co after 5:00 weekdays. Ph
f ruees To Ge Aa. CS Article W..... dining area modern kitchen with Good home cooked meals good 2 End tabl I coffee table. Dark try Lot G" FR
Taints Te' SeeAUTOMOTIVE IS F..l OU A Weeds fan. large storage closets terrazzo AVAILABLE June 15th. Large 2 beds. plenty of h water. 2 excellet condition; $50. 66 57 FORD 2 dr. Fairlane. T b I r d
19 Beat Marine floors tile baths space heater bedroom duplex furnished apt. SW 2nd Ave Phone 1954 FLEETWOOD 10 x 45. 2 Bed V-t. radio ft heater, Buys

71 Camp ..'. EieJp. and hot water heater, facilities with big living room, dining room, air-conditioner. S Par. tic. good tires. 1511 NW Fo
: 71 Office FUk for washing machines and room. kitchen and lalousied 54 Business Rent FOR "a Job well done feeln adieu Trailer Court. 2-3 Apt. F. 4b Ava
It AtrBlaae UiUle Eimipmeert7J paved streets. See at N.E. 26th porch, convenient to downtown, clean c.rts with Blue Lustre ALL aluminum 372-13 2 BEDROOMS
: trailer. 1 x 34, 2
Mialcal Mareka4lse a Ford 4 ,
Me. dr. deluxe,
; 77 M.bus flumes for Sale Ter. or call appointment 372- $80 month. Call FR 6-3070. Rent sh.mpr $1. BR. excellent condition Insi and nothing Falc. assume 196255x10 $3995
.
7* Track for Sales 5321 D.nlel Fum c
3725322.
or out. Price $1,395. pyt
LARGE rooms. electric kitchen. GARAGE Phone 374-8547. 45x10 front
412 1959
tea
Tracks Waste space rent. 6f S.W. GOLF set of 9 Jack Burke, Hawthorne. .
,SO- n 4k Track Brattle REAL ESTATE FOR SALE carport water and garbage free. 2nd St. Cal Jo Real- McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must b 1958 OLDSMOBILE, power steerIng kitchen . $2895
44 Cottages for Rent quiet location. no pets $45. Cal tor. FR sell
** Trailer BcmiaJS Call at (04 : 1 WIDE IS HERE and R H. New
376-7925. 3720 S S De blkes. 195536x3 $1495
S3 Lets .
U Motorcycles Beeetcrs f r Sale FOR LEASE 1500 so. ft. downtown pot tires. Death In .
'N AetoMoMleBepaJn 14 Waterfront Property 4 Rooms furnished at 1228-B West It suitable, for retail 4820 NW 13th St.. 441 N ily forces sale. FR 'am see I 195635x8 .. $1895
.U A .....oes far late U Reuses F.r SaleM COMER'S Lake View Beach en University Ave. Water furnished; busi o builin drstore. offices. CLEAN your rugs ft upholstery with at 119 NW. llth 2-5. o 195945x10 like
.b Cettacea Fer Sale Big Lake Santa Fe now open $40 FR o amazing Lustre-Foam. Use our FEDERAL
'II Swap Can per mo. 6-2641 or 6-2930 ASSOCIATES HOMES
. $3495
a7 Beat Estate. Ezckaacei Swim and picnic. Furnished cot Mr. Haynes. 374-2448 applicator free. Call Home Beu QUALT REPOSSESSION Must sell at new .
U Real Estate Waited tages by the week. For reservation tiM Furniture. 1703 N. sacrifice price of $1190. 1944 Fal
EDUCATIONAL *S Oat el Tewa call 448-1129 Earlton. LARGE well furnished 2 bedroom c. 2-o sedan, auto trans. R
IS Sckeela A lutnettea 4t Bmslneii Property apartment. Living room, kitchen 56 Business Opportunities FREEZER. chest type. Kelvmator.. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 2-tone paint. Call Roger at SPECIAL
.11 M sU, Daaals.g. Properties FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage, all and dining .area, bath porch about 22 cubic ft. $100. Washing 374-2511.

: .2$ WaateeW bstraalUaEMPLOYMENT 41 42 Besidential Farm lae... electric tile shower, good ventilation nice yard. 2 private entrances EXCELLENT downtown Sinclair machine Westinghouse laundromat MUSTANG $ model !, per. 1959 ZIMMER
A Aer.aoU $75. Wards rotary cabinet plal.
=_ located on Santa Fe near stores and bus line $85 Si. St.tip and do be to
Colored f 86 SWAP
Property machine 21" table CARS
Rentals s
type
Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- month. Also I bedroom apart. to responsible sing S ,
k W.
J-1 Colored Property sales ment. party with type $50; GE 'wl 14. 164 H ONE BEDROOM
'11 Week Waited Male Large living room. kitchen adequate T dr.er 12th .
I and dining area. near stores capital. Sinclair Refining Co. $125. Call FR 6 Wall to wall carpeting
1( Work Waited Female .RENTALS LONGBOAT KEY and bus line. Antenna furnished.Call Phone FR 6-0222 or 24512. _2524 or 670.FBERGlSS 1942 CRUISER for sale as Is. First WILL tra 1957 Oldsmobile I In fireplace intercom system -
WaiLed
14 Sales Rely offfr takes Phone PR 2-t238. with
k 'U Help-Male .r Female 44 CotUces Fer Best gI NEAR Bradenton New air conditioned 7280. mornings or evenings FR 2. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY O W. : rod Shakespeare ium tires.Coiti in like pre con 1 Vi baths beau-
: beach Available Je
I U Male Help Wanted i cottage. Univ. Ave. for lease. reel piece mans Samso- dition. Phone Cedar decoratedthroughout.
DramaiM 41 FirnUbrd Apt*. weekly or monthly. For Informs.tlcis ty for the right man OppornI luggage.good coiti $25; 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 241 Key. tifully

11 Female Help Waited 4C Cnfarnlihed Apia.. 5 call FR 2-4851. 46 Unfurnished Apts. the bowling alle business with a 1 mm movi $25 .
47 .
lIaise. f r Bent Faro. small capital. Call FR ; I sre Ph. 3742355. AIR CONDITIONING, Tune ,UP FOR THE Priced et only
45 Roues for Bent Vmtmrm.4S E 2 BEDROOM house on Lake Santa 4-2441 CREC
FR $2JO for
or for Mr. performance
FARMS fr LIVESTOCK Room* for Beat = Fe. private dock $45 per week. NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen Haynes. 6-293 A Spial.. makes and models. TIME \ $4995
S* rum E.alymcBt 10 Blei Booms Call FR 6-3248 ext. 2523. equipped. $40 per month on a UNDERWOOD electric typewriter Hawes Al Powers Motor Co., Air .
27 Fee Fertilizer il Mi.. Bentala years lease. Ph. 37 -1372 days MAN end wife team free to live $ISO. lust reworked ft in good Conditioning Servicing Center

28 Livestock Supplies CIA Waited T. Bent 374-7327 evenings. out of town and operate a small conditi Fairly n. Call 374- 204 N. Main SU Phone FR FR 2-1411

s ZS Landaesplsg Tap SHM U Boarders Wanted 45 Furnished Apti.NICECLEAII1Xi.5' LARGE Sundry and rental business. PhoneFR 21 5 P. 2541. ONE BEDROOM

fete A SeppHesU S3 Office Desk Space newly decorated garage 6312ABSENTEE. COLDS PT air conditioner 4900 Courtesy Of $1595
apt. 80S NE 8th Ave. : 'I 15410& .
Livestock.Waale* C4 Bula.<. Boatola furnished_ Phone 374 301J Partially or ownership makes necessary BTU only $78. Has been uW SPECIAL auto painting and$29.9* Automotive University Chyoe \ ... .$1795

FINANCIAL_ SERVICE I TRAILER. Lot 14-C. 1 Archer bedr o Road e m GR 5-5485. hole carpet sales golf of popular course.local Inquire IS one must sea slL Onr 3-76.ming Miller 8> Sons repairs, 1 NW tv. N. Main St. at 16th Are.Roulerson : 195230x8 . $1195

Village. Phone FR 6-2869 after S rooms .. bath downtown area. Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. : Phone 3771 I . $1395
M Bulaeii OFP.rt ftlU.a 23 Special Services E 30" Roll Away Bed, 9 months; 27x
4.ONE retrig. ft stove. Adults, no pets, use I
.1 Maieq .. L.u* .53 Berne Impretemeate air
$20 Phone
II"K'n- -- 21 ladle A TV Service bedroom cozy apartment, water turn. SiO per mo. FR 2. OTHER BUSINESS forces mete 375. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
I sell $1995
good store & meat
4421 or 372-1433. grocery
condiion.
II Heae Waited U Appliance walking distance to town private ._
A Firaltua 70 Boars Marine
market. All colored trade. Small Equip. 1953 $15951535d
entrance, E. Univ. Ave. Call FR TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen payment but must have CHEVROLET '58 Station Wlg Motors ..
: .. :.'- 2-5514. equipped. $85 per month. d collateral. FR 4- NEW Fishing Boats and Brookwood Model, auto. .. $1695

I .. LARGE one bedroom apartment.. ._See at 4166 NW 6th Sf. 7231; days or Cal nights ft read to go Sth painted Anniversary new tires extra clean, low mil 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD ..$1695

I : ,35 Homes fer Sal 35 Houses for Sol. $58 per month includes gas and PARTLY furnished 2 bedroom Sundays June 1st to 15th. age. Price 175. FR 63CORVAIR 195428x8 .. $995

water. 303 NW 1st St. Phone apartment. $55 month. Can be 10 ft. $24.95. 1 ft. $39.95. 1 yearsIn Ma6 equipped 372-5265 195929x8 $1695

FR 6-2012 or 4-7548. seen after 3 p.m. at 1724 S.E. 61 Wanted to Buy same locati Turn East at with radio hllte. white sidewall Home of A-I ..
EXCEPTIONAL BUY available BUY OF A 2nd Ave. Apply Mr. Dunn. Frank Dicker. .,0 mites.! Used CarsCARSTRUCKSJEEPS 1951 30x8 . $1495195735d
now 3 bedroom. 2 bath, near 3 rooms ft bath, close-In adults pst. Orange Lake Marine Boat Assume small eoul.ty. $1995
r schools and University. CentralS no pets. Water turn. $55 per mo. TWO bedroom apt. available Im- 441, P. O. Box Will payme car foreult. 0 Sunday 3 S .
LIFETIMEDistinctive CASH for your used furniture, Works highway & lUl.PAINT 195835x8
$2995
L '- Heat and Alr-Cond. Call ALA. FR 2-4421 or 372-1633. I II mediately; lower level of duplex re 221 Orange Lake Fla. Call owner ot 372-8441 ..

CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES. 2500 sq. ft. suburban FURNISHED apartment for rent ; stove and refrig. situated frigerator. FR stoves 23937.TVs. cloth 8-5 weekdays. 196246x10 . $3495
I 374-3441. home, priced below replacementcost. I about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 I Dickrrson's Boat Works, new plywood ex. 3 195030x8
male air for two only.
... Center, Hawthorne Road. Mercury Monteray. 1959 4-door se
4 BR. 2 bath sunken living NW 4th Ave. $30 per. mo. Phone boats, boat painting and .
-. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR rm., wall to wall carpeting Ig furnished.tioning central Phone 2-8433 heating or, 6-4173.u t II. FR 45871.DELUXE repairin. Reasonable prices. dan. Air cition. radio. heater 195527x8 . $1795
2 bath, home hardwood Discount House white wals.
masonry kitchen with bullt-lns suspended 2 64 Household Goods Vlr'l Excepti
and BR,
3 air-cond..
k floors throughout. Dining rm.. china closet etc. Set among STOP LOOKINGI Sub-let June 15- on 41. Orange Lake, Fie. ally cleon Reasonable. 21311
appliances wood
Ig. kitchen. fireplace air condition 15. 2 BR completely turn gas paneled. 1224 Ave. SPECIAL
beautiful Aug.
trees on 1% acres frontIng spacious yard quiet $110. 10 ft. aluminum boat with Un"
r nice lot In Colfview. air cond. T.V. antenna incl. Phone fishin JOB
on Milihopper Rd. Monthly payments apt. 376-0983, or 3725400. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested TVi h.p. motor 1-man loader VALIANT '43. auto. tran. ww tires. 1963 55x10
Sale price 21000. If Interested Of $117. Phone 3722345 2 blks. from campus. Married and Guaranteed cartop carrier. 372-4172 at radio and heater. euity. lust REAR
phone 3747400.WESTWOOD for appt. to see. couple preferred. $89 per mo. New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor 42 Refrigerators from up 2818 NE 13th St. le assume payments. Cal EXPANDABL
372-4753. $7500 per month. Call John S 3
after S P.M.
Ranges from "
LITTLEWOOD COMPLETELY furnished. 2 bedroom Merrill Realtor FR 1494.. 1 up
BOAT & TRAILER FOR SALE
Walking distance to schools. 3 frame home about 1500 NICELY furnished convenient 17 Washers from up 6 CORVAIR coupe, at ..... $995 $3995At $4695
BR. 2 baths home In Skyline Sq. Ft. In good condition. Located downtown area. $75. Also garage DESIRABLE well located 2 BR I Dryers from $up $65. Phone 3762734. COMET ... Sl-395
... ..
Heights. Study hardwood floors near bus line and Stephen apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults duplex apt. with utility appliances 2 Food-Freezers fro up 6 RENAULT .. $495
built-in rang. ft oven. Cent Foster only, no pets. Inquire. Lillian's furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental 2 Dishwashers $49 ..... .
.. school at 822 NW. 39th up 72 Office Equipment RENAULT ...... ... $795
.heat. Shaded back yard. Call Ave., on beautiful lot 100 x 141 Music Store. $85 monthly, yearly basis. No 10 TV Sets from $35 up 6 FIAT. 400 mt.. ... $ 95
374OS42.LITTLEYYOOD. Also car shed and work shop. $100 children pets or students. 815 JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 6 .... ConnollyMobile
Close ...
CLEAN 4 room apartment. FORD Galaxie $1,495 i
down NW 13th St. Phone FR 45323or _419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. PRICES SLASHEDEverything ... .
I AREA payment. $100 month. S1L000. to shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. 375 Phone 3723407 or FR 2-0245. HAWESPOWERSBODY
4 Credit report required call Phone FR 21391. $45 per month. FR 4-4833 FULL SIZE crib. $9; General Electric must at less Home
BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living _FR 6-2524 or 6-6710. refrigerator. $4C. Call 372. gel Buy MCA. 195S Top coiti, like SHOP Sales
area central heat built-in kit. YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I 47 House. for RIII"t Furn. 51 then wholesale. Adding machines new Interior. Call aft 2 SOUTH ON
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High 37 Real Estate preferred. but no children or o ; calculators; _typewriers er 7.30 2.3'- 611 S.W. 3rd St. MILS
ExchangedWLL
2 blks. from LJttlewood clem. pest Upstairs apt. Available now. 28 pair pleated drapes 40 X 46", cash registers; check P. FR U. .27.301
schooL Ideal for Ig. family or Call 6-4512. 1 BR HOUSE suitable for 1 person with hooks. Fit single window. m.ke. electric and manual; office CLEAN 41 Chev. Impala Sports 2-0538 Phone 629-7477

family and elderly persons. trade waterfront property on or couple $50 per mo. Hawthorne Good condition. $250 pr. Bambl chairs; secretarial desks. Coupe, radio, heater white sidewalls
Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 Santa Fe Lake for car. Lots 1 ft 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ. Road. Phone 3724742. Motel. F 24963 or FR 2-2105 evenings. pr steering auto trans.
N.W. 13th Ave. 372293. from $1,250 to $8,000 G. P. RIp. 916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 62664. miles o Newberry Rd.. sign Ph. 2-6
3 BR. 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $ISO .
Melrose GR 5-5571. left side.F
pey. on '
I BR furnished apt.. water furnished. 66 Misc .For Sale. DEATH .In family. Must sell 59
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year per mOo Call McKinney Green & E CHECK PROTECTOR '
4141 NW 12th Ter. $40 per SIMCA SEDAN also 62 SUN.
around home en Sw. side of Lake Inc. FR 23417.
38 Real 1 Estate
Santa Fe, $25.000. If Interested Wanted mo. Call 374-2441 or 376-2930 ask UNDERWOOD ten-key adding machine BEAM ALPINE ROADSTER and
call 475-5475. for Mr. Haynes. SMALL turn house newly decorated FREEZER, CHEST TYPE. Guar. han operated good condition '48 FORD. S at 281S NE 12th
no pets. Also 2 BR trailer. anteed. Can deliver I I $57.50. St.
TEACHER wants to bu3 or 4 1 BEDROOM completely furnished 15. Motel Yes! It's True!
IN NEWBERRY 3 BR Fla. Rm., very cool S.W. Section.. Phone Refrigerator service in your
I bath kitchen living rm. din- bedroom country home with upstairs or downstairs near FR 25633. home. No service charge on EDSEL Station Wagon coral I andbeige I
73 Musical
ing rm. Block home with 2V* acreage or home In nice older shopping center. See at 612 N.W. pairs. Wanted and re Merchadis i custom accessaries, white

acres of land within city limits. section of town. Send details to 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549.: $75 2 BEDROOM house 1105 N.W. freezers needing refrigerator repair. 1330.. sidewal tires good codition;
I Price 14000. Phone 4722459. bow 424-M Gainesville Sun. per mo. 33rd Avenue, corner of 11th St. WURLITZER USo 376-595 NO FLIMFLAMNO
House open call FR 6-4230. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna America's No. 1 piano and
SOS N.W. 34th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath. 2 BR furnished apart with porch. Double stack complete. Nothing organs are at Earl's Piano Co 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard-
FHA. close to grade and |Ir. high 41 Residential IncomaI Near University. See at 411 N.W. I oearoom house. 3242 N.W. nth I else to buy SIS. Brants. Gainesville's evolutive top coupe air conditioned
school. trees and hedge. take over 15th St. or call 2-4447. $55 per St., corner 33rd Ave. House open. 13 N.W. 8th Avenue.DOWLING'3 zer Dealer, 702 W. University
contract for my down payment. 4 I Bedroom, 2 bath home. Also ad- _Call FR 4-4230. Ave. Phone 4 speed transmission. Caris GIMMICKS !

Available August 1st. Ph. 372- laming rental property. 200 ft. mo.EAST 1 BR furnished house for rent on UPHOLSTERY 5 3-2 'parked o Univ. .City I
I
4477. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd SIDE Millhopper Road. Water furnlshed Chairs low I s No money ELECTRIC Harmony guitar, 3 pick. Bank parking lot. See Mr.
Ave. Will sell down, low as $ up very good
I together or sepa- per month. conditi clean
V7S per mo. $500 down. 3 BR, 1 rately. 361 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- GARDENAPARTMENTS Phone FR 29976. Free estiales. pickup and delivery cord SSo Phone Foster o Mr. Johnson ot New 1964 GMC

bath, screened porch cent. heat, 4752. COMPLETELY furnished 2BR servic. All work guaran _3-19. the bank. Pickups

patio. appliances. Near schools. home at Carleton Fla. S h I p- _teed. 376-7 TRUCK LOAD very fine factory
NE Ph. FR 22774. 42 Farms & mans Landing. $50 per mo. Call 1955 Oldsmobile Hol. Powe steer.
Acreage rebuilt FULLY GUAR.
a $57 per month uGainesville's FR 4-3507 TRADE your costly to operate pianos. ing. Power brakes. Trans.
HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Finley ELECTRIC water heater, and ANTEED. Ll.LAN'S MUSIC Radio ft Heater. After S week.
School area. 3 BR spacious house, Finest 48 Houses $43 for a new glasslined GAS STORE 112 Firt St. Ph. days. $250. FR 6-2270 I I $175 DOWN
for Rent
attic fan tots of storage, quiet ACREAGEAppr Furnished or unfurnished Unfurn. water heater. Much more hot FR 0-5931. '
water at about half the cost with 4 door. air (.ltione Chev
neighborhood FR 2-0992. 16.
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart USED ORGANS
II, Nova. equip
46 Acres near new Coun- OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, Cmpletely
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3749MB. Wurlitzer Spinet like new, (525. Best, buy In
try Club suitable for Apt sitesor FORDYCE RENTALS ARCHER ROAD. FR 63110.RoSE'S ped.
McKINNEY fine homes Call our agency to find the! Hammond Spinet perfect. $775. town. Call FR 4-9950 days. 372- $5611
2 Bedroom furnished garage apart house you wish. Many listed. Lawn Mower Service I Gridley Music Co. 5032 evenings. Month

GREEN 12 Acres W. of Gainesville on ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd Ave Also apartments furnished. am back at old stand, 514 W. Gainesville Shopping Center 1942 FORD Galaxie 500 XL convertible -
pavement $480000 nue. Can be seen after 5 pm. University Ave. I buy. sell and FR 25353 clean.
loaded. Exceptionally
DEATONREALTORS FORDYCEASSOCIATES trade. 1st class al/
FR 4-3591 repairs as .
UPRIGHT Piano good conditon. Price $2095. Phone 372 2789.
MARY MOELLER REALTOR FOR RENT one bedroom furnished INC. ways. $125. Selma Clarinet Including : License
us FOR SALE 1944 Chevelle SS con- tag, state soles tax, life
Littlewood 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 apartment near Univ. & Alachua 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 sao S x 10 tent, screen on four school terms. $95. Call vertible. 220 V-8 white
General Hospital. $45 month. Ideal for backyard picnics. or 4-4710 4-sp.. I insurance, and finnce charges.
Here Is the house that will suit 10 ACRE FARM, 12 miles from Available June 15th 102 NW .7th TWO bedroom house for rent. $40. Stove t tank with 20 gals. walls. EQUit and after pay 7
city, 14 mile hiway frontage. Apply Frank DIckerson ments. FR 4-2155
your needs. It has the location.right St. Phone 374-7955. Orange kerosene $5 If you take all Cal
by the school. It has 3 good vegetable land, planted pasture I. Lake Marine Boat Works P. O. Phone 3729725 between 5 & 7. Automotive p.m.
BR. 2 baths. Fla. room-kitchen small frame house deep ONE room furnished apartment Box 221 Orange Lake Fla. EXTRA clean cars $95 to $595. 90 Tropical PontiacCMC

combination central heat-It Is well, farm equipment Included. $10 per week. One block from 3 BR, I Bath, $200 wedding gown, selling for $40 day 50-50 guarantee. No down
priced right only $16400 $250 per acre with terms. Contact square 12 N. W. 3rd Street. Ph. near schools and complete shopping kitchen cen- Full length satin. Size 12 Call 77 Mobile Homes for Sal. payment, small weekly or monthly

a Can be FHA financed One ALACHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES 376-7074. ters. For information; Manaro's Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon' payments. HAN Motors 1434 Truck Center
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.. year old Owners have left town 374-244S LARGE 1 or 2 BR Reasonable. Restaurant FR 2-4690. 372-0030. SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-374. __

and must sell. You should Inves- Clean convenient location. Excel. SILVERTONE stereo AM-FM radio WYATT- [ 302 NW 8th Ave.
to driving with a 1940 FR 2-2583
AVAIL. ADD fun
C tioate before you buy Call FR 2- Fordyce Acreage lent neighborhood. Adults only. Immediately, 3-4 Br., LR,
console. Also Motorola portable Roadster, wire .
DR, Kit. Equip. Near Park $50. Alpine weel.
3417.Northwest. 306 NE 5th Ave. FR 4-0949.
: Phone
shopping schools. $100. 1203 N.E. 376567. tonneau. white wall tires
40 acre tract beautifully wooded, AVAIL. June 15. Alr-cond. aerial. 5th Ter. FR 4-2493. REPOSSESSED Singer ZIg Zag Trailer SalesHome paint |lob. Call 376-7824 and enjoy
southwest of town only S145.00 an
I No children no pets. .45.. 406 NE this summer.
makes decorative stitches, appli
acre. 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14tti Terr. drl.1
; Tour BR. 3 bath HOME two A beautiful ranch, with magnificent I 6th St.CLEAN Stove ft refrigerator, '$115 per que bnonholes. monorams. etc. o 59 Impala H.T. coup PS. radio

bedrooms with private bath-2 pastures water tobacco and peanut .. living room |lust refur. mo. Phone FR 6-2472 Weseman Only 17.20. 16.5 perm Mbie Hoe ft heater A.T.. tires. Side- I
.car .enclosed garage Large allotments and timber It. nished. newly painted. 1 BR apt. Realty. Univ. FR Shasta walls. Solid white Contact L. H. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
corner lot near University. at .1204 NW 23rd Blvd.. $75 per Travel TrailersOcala's Derrick 110 S. Main I AJ\A.\ to
e $16500 real
an acre a buy on REFINISHED oak slant-front desk.
2 BR new home located on paved First Mobile Home
23617.F'lorida Phone P.M.VOLKSWAGEN.
Call FR mo Immed. occupancy. 5:30
today's market. oak dresser and wash stand
street.
Hampton Fla. 20 miles Dealer Since 1948
Investment acreage close to Medical 6-2472. Weseman Realty. large empire mahogany buffet 63 VW
from Gainesville. Wired for elec. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. 63 RAMBLER
Park Center in southwest, 20 acre 1 BR air cond. turn trailer & enclosed stove has elec. hot water heat. sectional sofa blond drop leaf Phone '
t 4 parcel approximately 640 x 1320 cabana Excellent condi. er. $45 per mo. Contact G. P. table' and 4-chairs. Lamps An Ocala,213. Karmen Ghla factory air conditioning 550. 4 door sedan, automatic
BR. 3beth
This -most attractive with excellent for $5.500.Beautiful tion. FR 29886. ... A.M. and Wadsworth, Hampton. tiQu Brl.A-Brae Other house radio, heater, whitewalls transmission, radio, healer, air
home appointee rolling hills. over 100 6-12 P.M. Ies. Nu Furniture WE BUY like new. conditioned. Extra nice.
features Large well landscaped acres perfect for horses and I 3 BR, 1 bath, 1414 NE 9th St. $95 NW. 8th Avenue. FR
I i tot, 'LR, with' paneled wood cattle $37500 an acre. UTIL. FURN. close-in. 2 rooms. private per mo. Shp USED MOBILE HOMESTop 2195 2095
burning fireplace plus an enter Also ether available from bath off-street parking no Call MeKinney Green. Inc. 23417. 62- dollar paid phone
than 2. listings T-V antennas $4 stack $8 376.NOW
talnment room more pets. Also newly papered 1st floor single -
200 8q. ft. extraordinary living S7300: .n ecre on up. 1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. double stack. $1495 complete kit. SHOWING S 63FORD
4 space and all correctly created $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom Jim Voyles. 41* NW 8th Ave. MOBILE HOMES
for'gracious living You'll beproud FORDYCE. ASSOC. INC. FOR RENT Duplex apartment house, $40 month. Furnished 2 16 bedrooms all Floor MILLERiVt 63 CORVAIR I F.lrlal 500 automatic transmission

to be the owner of this REALTOR furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. duplex apt., $90 month. FR DISCONTINUED MURAL an. Terms tailored to meet radio heater.S1895 .
home In.the exclusive northwest 924 W. UnlV. 374-1234 Phone FR 2-4386. 4-7444. Complete set $1995.HARPER your bude. Drive a little and BROWN 2 door, automatic transmission,
heater.
section. ShoWn by appointment 2 Bedroom. kitchen, dining room. 3 BR. 1 bath, 1421 NE 18th Avenue. PAINT CO. save ."' 'la
only with MCKINNEY -GREEN. 60 ACRES woodland with stream living room and private bath. $115 per Month. Call McKinney 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-43. CONNOLLYMobile 1030 E. Univ. lLa

INC. .: running thru It. One half mile Phone 3744512.FURNISHED Green Inc. FR 23417. Sales. FR 2-3582 1695 -
59 Buick 14' boat with Gator Ho. In
from paved road. Good hunting Sabe.
2 Miles U. 62 FORD
ASSOCIATES and fishing $4500 Cash. apartment adults 2 Bedroom. CB house. $40 per tr.ier 35 h.p. Mercury Phone 6228146 o S 41. -

.'. Fred GUY Jayne Butterworth Tom U. Greene. Realtor. only. $40 per month hot ft cold month. Call 376-2927. I A.M. to 5 moto. the above or trade Closed SundaysIT'S
eeL J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire. Contact D. U Rogers. Assoclat.Chlefl.nd. water furnished. 316 NE 3rd Ave. P.M. Phone 374-2877. FULL SIZE 62 RAMBLER Calax'e 500. 4 door hardtop,

Multiple Listing Fla. Ph. FR 24752. AIR CONDITIONER: 1941 Vornado FOOLISH automatic transmission, radio
RENTALS
a Mighty Mite, BTU's 115 Ambssdor. automatic tr.n. heater, power steering.
7,0 ta pay more. RECKLESS to heater
volt Excellentcoiion. FORDCUSTOM missi power
Furnished home on lake, $125.00 m oper.ti. 110. pay less. GET TH REAL power bakes, wide

.. 372.5 FACTS. Payments low as bucket seats. Exr. $1695
SERVICESHome Many fine homes avllable for oc NEW and used chain lawnmowers 57.29 per month with $300 down. Special. .
sawa _ _ _ _
cupancy. egera. tamper light LAKE GENEVAMobIle

: pl.nt cabe. Wsonsin Homes Sall $1995 61 FALCONStation
MARY MOELLER, REALTOR Str.fon. m Rt. 100 SE Keystone Fra. 2-DOOR
1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 sales and .
Meyers Power Tools. 234 NE wagon, automatic transmission -
. E 2 BR. Ig. living room. quiet street 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. I Is a good policy to do buslnl $2096.00 radio, heiter. Nice.
: And Business 61
I very nic yard lalousied porch In your own cmunIt. can PONTIAC _
: appliances turn. $75 per BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted depend on fries for top Bonneville station
mo. Phone 2-8311 By Al Pfleguer. wagon, auto $1 095
11111s 2. service. 23 years te mobile matic radio,
MiamI $145. Th Tac home business. See FAIRLANE tr.nlsl
Box 1490 er, per Iteerin power
MODERN HOME .
BulldozingSMALL PlumbingSEWER GOOD HEARING Is one of your BUT(S MOBILE HOME 2-DOOR Bnutifl car.

3 BR, CCB home living rm dinIng most valuable assets. Don't neg 1895

INSTALLEDNEW rm.. kitchen cob with buil le It. Visit Gainesville Heari today. Open 1 AJYt to I P.Closes $1996.00SHAW 61 .RAMBLERHeater.

bulldozer loader. dump ft used fixtures. complete Ins terrazo 1 Ai Co. Today. 420 No M.1 Sundays. Phone .
trucks fill dirt time rock. Top plumbing service "B1G- JIM per mo. Micanopy city lii Phone FR 4-0095. Extra Nice.

lOlL Phone 372-744. HUGULEY, Gainesville PlumbIng min. from GMHe Big Ial SINGER FEATHERWEIGHTGood 61 FALCON

S BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe FR 2158. for children. 4314 condition, sold new $149, 104 x SECIAL &
mol h. 2 door, 1095
2
wheel tractors. motor balance Mile ,"t.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. UpholsterYUPHOLSTEIit 115. S Pay KEETER
$68 or $7 per mo. For
Buck<) Johnson. FR 4-4719 49 Rooms For Rent cal 845
115 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 FR 6-3
your furniture at

Landscaping reasonable prices. Call Sally. BICYCLE, 36". brand new, has BELIEVE IT E. St. 60 BUICK
LARGE clean cool
room.
Experienced. FR e-9888. 424 NW access been in storage made in Eng. 28 Min
13th TerRemodeling. to shower & refrigerator. Li Real buy at $40. Call FR 60 CHEVY
Electra automatic
ft maid service weekly. 376 OR NOTSave tall.
1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt
LANDSCAPE SERVICE _1185 or 2-1981. 414 NE 2nd Ave. Station wagon f passenger, sion radio heater,
f Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurseryStock DUE TO DIVORCE $400 10 x 4 2 BR furnished radio steering power blk"., Sharp.
'
of all NICE. cool downstairs corner only $3195. down .o.ti trlnalul
kinds.CREVASSE'S I have a Singer Ztg Zag that 1.4 .
NURSERY DO YOU NEED. Florida room. ex room close In. o street parking makes Fancy stitches automatically 10 per month. h.te.

Landscape Co. tra room. more room, roof work, antenna fumis 531 S E. sews on buttons makes 5 models to choose from *1295 1495

FR e-2514 far free estimate. or maybe a complete new home? 2nd Plae. 2-22- buttonholes, dams weaves m TRAILER MARTHWY. /

For a free estimate, ft guaranteed COOL comer, by day-weett-monm. orlm etc. Take up payments

work phone Carl C. Hot water, electricity. Beauty $7.6 per month. Very small 17 PHONE 310 IJI BEST I BUY
Waters, 3721049.CARPENTER rest mattress. Cross vtall Cad FR 2-2051. SUNDAYS I 60
RAMBLER60
Close In. N.E. RAMBLER
desires work. additions 321 3 Modem maple. S Dr. Ch. DM EAST PALATKA FLORIDASEE .
& 4 door sedan with Nice
Appliance Repair ft repairing. Phone FR. ROOMS single and double on Dresser, plate Mirror, Bed. MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES 61 h.ter.
2-4102 Complete 79.95 u t Chevrolet cr. wagon, radVe
Air Conditioning ADVERTISE IN THE b lin.walki distance to town, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Stat
376- Mattresses ft Springs 4.00 up 4 door VI late
I dired. Col at the lowest a
rat 895
Sewing Machine Repairs 2877. Gold color chair 5.00 automatictransnhision
I SPECIAL-roof
I COX WAREHOUSE 402 S. Main ci 1.5SlaLTo
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP SERVICE DIRECTORY CALL-SEWING IN WALDO furnished cottage, kit Contry I $995

: first In air conditioning and Appliance VICE CO. SIS MACHINE SER chen. Ig. bedroom ft private Drop leaf round maple table Catty 3 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2
W. University
ft Twin American upholstered chair. Colonial
repairs. We sell guaranteed P or 60 FALCON
Ave. 374-1075. We repair all cr EBERLINER house trailer for sale,
washers refrigerators etc M kf5. Work fully guareMard. b -11" hole desk style c table top, kn, 40 x W, elec. refrig. gas range 4 door with 59 DESOTO
ER 4- t7.Appraisal. IN PRIVATE HOME nice clean dbL kitchen 11S bath with shower l.te.

I TELEVJSION room for reliable gentln No small Items.oak sar. lamps, other 2 BR f oi heater. Excellent $7 5 0 Automatic transmission, radio.
S rric > drinking. Phone NeaNI Shop. Set heater, steering, power
65.IN cii crti. pe
: Mortgage Broker NEW MODERN mod 314 N I Av. FR 6 price 17 wit 2 _ _ blkn li conditioning. I
PICTURE TUBE Repair Special siper HOE conditioner 1 tan. .
FRIGIDAIRE a.r i
furniture, dtri. 3nl 61 Comet, 4 door $995 or. .
inch plus $10 to install most e b pivata Ill volts, crib a. Kantwet 59 Volkswagen
Paso m. ARNOLD tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special bath. Rent single $1 office desk 61 Ce 4 door $1095 $895
FHA end CDnv"tIonal.test men, mt Radio Heater.
gentlemen. Phone M
KALTORUAL Reconditioned TVs from *9.95. m DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS 2 door $1195
.
current 376-21
ESTATE APPRAISAL rates. Terms to 25
THE VARIETY '
STORE
SERVICI years. Win gladly discuss at no 7 Now Specializing In Ladies' Better 61 Falcon. 4 door $995 895
S.E. 1st Ave. Rooms foe ma'e near carrv 59 BUICKStation
Bit W. UNIV. AVI. PH. 372-3521 obligation. Call tomorrow.J. 4 Technician's with 84 years experience pus. stt week or Dresses. Cl out Buys. Sizes 8 6 C..e. convert. $2195
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor I r.te through Each. Exceptional wagon automatic transmission
on all makes. service. 5 5 DeSoto. 2 door $395
53LN. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494 m Kd mi Val MILLS SUPERDISUNTS POOLE-GABLE 59 PLYMOUTH heater, ft power
22 If Ave 63 Englush! Ford $99 ra.
Auto Equipment FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD Tires Alignment 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home. Al r. LW5 1s 119 SE First Af 64 E. Ford Ccrtine $1895 f passenger, radio, he.te.

FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Brake Service frta adjoining 300 rental b property.N.E. 3 ". SLASHED 3724343GINEVILLE' 60 FeIcon . $695 $795 5895

.HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt t or PRICE 6IFi.tlIOOS.ed.n "

.exchanged/ ttlllt '2f Qlt W. UNIV. AVE. PH. :372-3522 VACATION SPECIALON 314 NE 3rd Ave. FR arlte.25 than Adding got Buy at less; 55 Ford waflon $195

Walker Jacks. Factory evthortoM MORTGAGE MONEYS famous nationally known Mohawk SEMI-PRIVATE air wele ;ml 61 Ford Calaxla

Walker Hydraulic Jack per cent Interest. Terms to tire . Save up to5O'Ia rooms for rent, term alt.
HULL'S BRAKE 1 I lasers; check; writers, all makes 4 $1495 NO DOWN PAYMENT
Service Aflent 25 .
years. on new tires. See our new dr .
SUPPLY 1314 J. Cll utDIi Caa FR 62 o and manual; office chairs; 59 door
SERVICE BUY BUILD REFINANCE wrap around retread that gives eli FR $495
desks.
Main' FR S-Ut? Can more mileage traction. 2 sear 6 o
Lettmr
Ford
56 station
DM Byrd Tire Co. .n N Main St NICE room also small efficiency. 2210 ai IV* o 1007 N. Mali S.PoM W.tOI 59 Rambler ...$38 I 58 Fed . ..$32

Ut. ,Gless ___t2S NW 13 $t. Pb. F* 2-2$11 Twin b private bath ft entrance. Nt Re li .left FR 60 Merc. Me.re $995 57 II I 56FoqdSW..ee.. 15
63 Stu.b.ker. .
Tree S nric a "145 N.W. 31st & Florida'sIndependent Mercury .
*
GLADYS and Smith Realtor. FHA Ave.' *. E CEO Breeseway $2850 56 . . 21 I 57 Ford SW . . 23
AUTO. CLASS Is ur enfy bus conventional loans. Low Largts .
netsImmediate ,InstaflationjfreeBfckua rates. Terms to 25 veers. 122 Pruning A-l demoMlng TREE SERVICE NICE Clean roorv Refrig. Private _23 mm Eut. cI tens Dealer 63 Olds 4 door $2395 57 Stnd.b k.SW 21 I 59 Rambler AM SW. 34
W. Univ. bracing ceo entrance ft Phone I P 6
Ave. 372-S3M.
4 delivery. Add 63 404 .
beauty ft value'OW ear.MAULDIWS blelng, ft tree removal. Cavity {495-CT2 37"z Pe.o $1995 56 Rambler . 1 156 Cfcery . . .19
FORDYCE and Associates, inc. work tree feeding. Lawn service
AUTO GLASS CO. Conventional and F.H.A. leans. and Cultivated Blueberries
maintenance. Licensed
323 M.W. eta It. FB 42551.ABYERT1SK CM 374-1234 Grace ForISyct.a.tor. Insured. Free estimates. Trey 51-A Wasted T. Rent FLORIDA GROWN Value Rated MotorCo.

.Fordye & Associate Thames 37-29" Jack HOOV C r, Pick Your CRNEUHCL.MtCUIY RIDGWAY
wi Inc..' ff24 West University Avenue 446-3482. Gainesville, Fta: O. Used Cars
FAMILY of three WI 2 bed 2Sc per tb. .
room house, p.t
Five
:-:: .: -,Of. -THTJK PAINTING WINDOW CLEANINGWINDOWS year resident here. 11O 2-2913. 1 Mile South B&G MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST. .

cleaned floors cleaned ONE two bedroom Vl Mile West of Earlctoei
':':.'-***VJa.lUC"I'Oay. PAINTING ft paper Hanging. Free and waxed,' houses washed. 10 H* fl o Jt U C4 OMtmoftila 376.2425 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

.ss.L1..s- s -' estimates. Call 37447M er J71- yrs. experience. Free. estima'ts. ped. .. eiP PHONE G 13i8i St.
t 5-109 H
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