Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00145
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00145
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I Lawyers on both sides arguedfor

t Beaming twin smiles on the happiest of high school occasions elimination of a trial in the
-graduation-were twins Lee and Leslie Eggert Andrews election suit this morn- ii '
\ at the P.K. Yonge Laboratory School auditorium last ing, asking Circuit Judge r .: 44r : i//
night..The 17-year-old twins were among 86 graduat- George Patten for an imme-
ing seniors. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. C. diate ruling.
Lee Eggert, 2115 NW 3rd Place. Leslie (right) will Judge Patten indicated his decision .
s enroll this fall the would not be made be- c !
at University of Georgia in Athens.
Lee expects to attend Parsons College in Iowa or fore next week.
I Wichita State College in Kansas. (Sun Photo by Tom The original motion for a sum-
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Andrews by attorney William
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McKinney's'Communism' Chandler.City Attorney Osee Fagan and +

Clara Gehan for
Mrs. attorney
Byron Winn, the winner by 6 ; I
only 46 votes, both asked for II
summary decrees for defendants a I
in the election contest suit
in a two-hour hearing this morn-

ing.In ;
addition to the summary <, 3 4
judgement motions, Judge Pat
ten will also rule on various .
Hit -
Charge motions to strike, including re-
quests that affidavits specifying

Civil rights groups here challenged Mayor Howard :McKinney registration by Mrs.irregularities Dorothy Hared researched Another Ike Denies He's Control Bd. I

i today to substantiate his charge that communism for Andrews. ;

l is "in the civil rights movement and in Gainesville, Richard Wilson, representing MoveDefeated Amendment
I Florida." Registration Supervisor Mrs. Rights

McKinney made the statement. Tuesday in a talk to Alma Bethea, argued that despite Playing FavoritesGETTYSBURG
the Altrusa Club. the tediousness and Gets
Gainesville Congress of Ra- amount of time it would in- Backing
to substantiate his statements, volve, that the registrationforms
cial Equality, Student Groupfor Pa. (AP-
we call upon the people of and voter identificationslips ( ) A
Equal Rights and the Gainesville to rid themselvesof impounded by the court Senate refused today to broaden Former President Dwight D. Ei- Political legislative committee on higher
NAACP Youth Council mem- senhower wants wide
for small open
the education
exemption endorsedthe
Mr. irre evi yesterday
McKinney as an should be introduced as
bers issued
a statement this sponsible extremist." dence rather than use Mrs. boarding houses from the pub- Republican National Convention proposed con stitutional
morning' attacking McKinney: The statement was issued by Harned's report. lic accommodations section of to .stir the party's and the na, Round-Up amendment to revamp the
"Last night the GainesvilleSun Edward Richer, a Universityof Judge Patten noted that it its civil rights bill. tion's interest-and insists he is board which operates Florida'sgrowing
quoted MayorCommissioner Florida professor. He said was his understanding that As the measure stands, it no candidate's partisan or foe. university system.
Howard McKinney as saying he was authorized to releasethe attorneys were to review all would exempt owner-operated Eisenhower told The Associated -Page 6- Some of the legislators also
I publicly that 'Communism statement by the three the forms after the court im- establishments having no more Press today he is plain disgusted said they planned to take partin
Is in the civil rights movement, groups. pounded them. He also addedhe than five rooms for rent from by reports picturinghim efforts to sell the amendment
s the labor unions, the motion Richer noted that it was not was "not going to receive the provisions against racial as a GOP puppeteer. the presidential drive of Arizona to Florida's voters in the
picture Gainesville industry, Fla." in the first time McKinney referred any 700 to 800 registration formsas discrimination. Eisenhower does not claim, Sen. Barry Goldwater.The November referendum.
to Communist infiltra- evidence." Sen. John S. Cooper, R-Ky., however, that he is entirely former president acknowledges The constitutional amendment
"Undocumented. charges of tion in civil rights movements, Both Fagan and Mrs. Gehan offered an amendment to raise happy with the course of Republican Goldwater's cur- would make extensive changesin
'creeping communism' are a especially CORE. argued this morning that Chan- this to 10 rooms, but the Sen events during the last few rent commanding lead in the the board governing state
notorious maneuver of the ex He said the mayor referredto dler failed to show that An- ate rejected it by a vote ,pf 51- months, but he emphasizes he drive for delegates at the San universities. Currently, Boardof
treme right-wing. call upon CORE representatives who drews had any cause of action 35. never will deal in personalities.He Francisco convention. But he is Control members are appointed -
Commissioner McKinney to met with him and the city for contesting the March 17 city A vote of 79-17 approved a adamant in a belief that this to four-year terms. Un-
document these charges im manager several weeks ago as commission vote. Southern sponsored "d 0 ubI e disavows a role of either in no way rules out the possibility der the proposal a Board of
mediately."If being "dupes of the Communists. makea pulling strings for or cuttingthe would be established
"This is an attempt to jeopardy" amendment after it of another aspirant cap Regents
Mr. McKinney is unable ground from under-Penn-
mountain out of a molehill of was modified so it would not ap- turing the nomination. whose members would serve up
immaterial irregularities," to state laws. sylvania Gov. William W. to nine years each.
MORE 'OLD CITY' VIOLENCE Mrs. Gehan said. "There is ply Scranton, or of seeking to block '(See IKE, Page 2)) The endorsement came at the
The amendment, offered by
not a shred of proof or allega meeting of the legislative council's -
Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C.,
tion of fraud. Committee on Higher Edu
The city attorney and Chan- bars a person from being tried SPEEDERS BEWARE cation. This group, headed by
twice when the same act constitutes
Martin Luther dler debated briefly after Fa- Sen. John Mathews of Jackson
King both a crime under fed- .
gan referred to another attor- ville, was established to tell the
eral law and criminal contemptof
ney's references in the Kynes- court.A PATROL PLANE HEREJust 1965 legislature what it shoulddo
Faircloth election suit in Tallahassee for the universities.Rep. .
Jailed _St. AugustineST. earlier this week as I proved similar Wednesday amendment by a 49-48 ap to keep speedsters guessing, the state police will patrolthe Phil Ashler of Escambia

"sour grapes litigation." vote, but it was wiped out be- highways here from the air for the next few days. County proposed that the committee -

AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) leave the front steps of a motel "I rsent Mr. Fagan's impli- cause of the parliamentary sit State Highway Patrol Capt. Eldrige Beach said yesterday 'a plunge into of the controversial -
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., restaurantThis cations about sour grapes liti-! uation existing at the time of the Highway Patrol plane used for spotting speeding autos will be in an question expandingsome
of the 30-odd( existing public

Southern integration leader, was type of demonstration (See ANDREWS, Page 2)) cloture vote.Overnight. ll
jailed today for refusing to has brought nearly 400 arrests it was modified by days." colleges. He aid he
here since Easter. Peking Says U.S. Ervin to make clear that a person The Patrol reported the plane's spotting led to 13 arrests and year sonally thought such a move per

King Cohort The last of the demonstratorsgot could be prosecuted for 43 official warnings in Baker County yesterday. was a good idea.
out of jail, with the help of Planes StrafedTOKYO criminal contempt for violatingan Both the highway patrolman piloting the plane and a trooper But Sen. Wilson Carraway of
federal anti-discrimination injunction riding as passenger keep binoculars on cars traveling the high-
a court order reducing Tallahassee, Senate President,
ft Arrested In bonds to $100 a charge, just in (AP-Peking) Radio obtained under the bill even if ways. protested that if the tep were
six American-made he had been in state by timing cars with a stopwatch, using
time Wednesday night to join charged acquitted a They guage speeds taken, 90 per cent of the two-
400 integrationists in the marchto planes bombed and strafed court for acts involving the white strips painted across the highway at quarter-mile inter- year colleges would want to be
TuscaloosaTUSCALOOSA the old Slave Market down Khang Khay, site of Pathet Lao same circumstances. vals as guides. converted.A .
town. headquarters in the Plaine des Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D- The plane is brought in-periodically "just, to keep the people subcommittee headed by

Ala. (AP- Despite a police force of 200 Jarres of Laos, today. (See RIGHTS, Page 2)) conscious" of patrolling activity, Capt. Eldrige said. Sen. Beth Johnson of Orlando

An associate of the Rev. Mar- or more, augmented by the will! look into the matter along
tin Luther King Jr. was arrested state highway patrol and en- 'BETTER FOR ALL? SAYS MAPOLES with other study topics assignedit
today outside a church forcement earlier.
personnel from other
t where Negroes gathered for agencies, an unruly white mob, Mrs. Johnson's subcommitteealso
promised renewal of racial about 100 broke through police II Retarded in Homes I was given another contro-
demonstrations.The lines. Keep versy to handle. This was the
t Rev. James Bevel of Atlanta The marchers, predominantly proposal by the University of
Ga., was taken into custody Florida
Miami that begin giving -
Negro, did not fight back
as II II
by city officers and universities direct
they had the night before, and private
charged with vagrancy.The nine or 10 were injured. By NORM LA COE "Now," Mapoles said, "we Mapoles told the group the dren." state appropriations.The .
Negroes delayed the San Staff Writer are trying to work some way to state wants to encourage use Mapoles also told the group university, a private in
rtart of their demonstrations. One white youth was pulled Care for retarded children in get the children out of the centers : of day-care centers, protected that the University of Florida stitution, already receives some
Shortly before his arrest Bevel from the marching group by a Florida will fall more and more and back into the home." shelters for intensive training may become the site for a psychiatric indirect state aid through medi
/ told newsmen that the postpone- gang of white youths and pum- to the family and community, He said studies show that medical care and other meansto treatment center, financed cal school scholarships.Dr. .
ment was the result of what he meled before a Florida highway less to the state, William H. children who have the love and equip retarded children for by the state and federal Arthur Cunkle of the Leg
described as an attempt to patrolman rescued him. Mapoles,- state Sunland Train- care of their families in their successful lives. governments. He said the islative Reference Service -
"communicate with the white Four whites were arrested on ing Centers director, told the own homes, and who are given School systems, vocational Florida legislature already has the legislature's standing re-
community." charges of disorderly conduct, Alachua County Association for special care and training by rehabilitation facilities, welfare appropriated $500,000 for a 25- search staff reported that
Police had erected barricadesat a deputy sheriff at the jail reported Retarded Children last night. the community or state, can departments, civic associations bed psychiatric children's unit. very little state aid is given
each end of the block where These were the first arrests Mapoles said the state's four progress better than those who and other groups will Matching federal funds may directly to private colleges as
the church is located, and fire- at the night marches al- Sunland centers, with 4,200 are committed to institutions."We be called upon to assume a partof make a total of $1.5 to $2 mil- was proposed by the Univer
men had laid hoses along the though violence marked two ear- beds, eventually will accept think that a Sunland cen- the burden he said. lion available for the unit, be sity of MiamI.
street lier ones. only the most critical cases. ter should be the last resort The role of the state in the said.
Negroes singing inside the The integrationists left St Community agencies and families for the child," he said. future will be to offer financial "We feel Florida has the
church closed the doors when Paul's African Methodist Epis- with assistance from the Mapoles also said the car- encouragement and assistanceto best chance for the federal
they saw the fire hoses. Bevel copal Church about 10 o'clock state and federal governments, ing for a child in his own home the community, be said, not funds, because we have the Sun- WHERETO
came ,out of the church and singing and clapping. Forty must assume a larger share of and community is not only to assume the burden of care land Center and the fine medi-
,was immediately arrested. minutes later they returned the burden, he said. Both hu- more successful and humane, as at present. Some federal cal school in I Gainesville' he
Bevel is a field director of from a 10-block march-some manity and economics are involved it is cheaper. He said the cost funds also are involved, primarily said.About FIND IT
the Southern Christian Leader- limping from bruised legs Mapoles said. will be $600 per year per child in pilot studies, he 40 persons heard the
ship Conference: headed by struck by rocks and Alfred Mapoles noted there long The average patient cost in talk held at the meeting room Comics . . 20
King. Davis, 10, in the arms of two has been a trend away from Institutional a Sunland Center Is $2,400 'per said.Mapoles said the communitiesmust of the County Board of Public Classified 22-25
Scorning threats of arrest, companions with a leg injury.. care for retarded year. -accept retarded childrenfor Instruction. Mapoles was Introduced Entertainment 22
the Negro demonstrators had Most were singing again.. children toward more humane "I do not see any additional what they are, children by Karl Lundgren, program Opinion Page . 4
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promised to "fill up the jail" Officers, most in uniforms treatment He noted that mas- Sunland Centers in the state. I "who just aren't going to be chairman of the Alachua Sports
If necessary to dramatize their with hard hats and carrying po.. sive hospitals] have given way do see development of the sa- able to develop their mental ca- County Association for Retarded .
battle against segregation. .(Sce OLD CITY, Page 2) to family-size cottages. tellite program." pacities as high as other chil- Children.; I

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Eisenhower insists that the A Partly cloudy through Friday t_---_.- i. ;
Returns to Port good of the Republican party scattered mostly afternoon and even- SeAS
ing thunder showers. Not much temperature I u J
4; and the country will be served change. Low tonight 72 to 71. .
r if the convention high Friday 88 to '4. ,_.41..\ elMaMe ... POLICE, FIRE REPORT Odessa Dykes McCall, Pana
only delegatesare B C Scattered : :
HONOLULU (AP) The jinx mained aboard the Pomoma. ,M given a choice in the show- showers- ; .- \-\ Accident Roundup I' City, and Irwin Louis Sa

ship Pomona, its former captain were picked up by the freightei ; down for the nomination. through mainly afternoons otherwise E \ Involved in accidents reported -met, Miami Beach, two miles j'j'ma ,
Friday '
; ,
I hacked to death with an ax on Rio Manamo and transferred to ', ;';: Eisenhower emphasizes there fair. Low \-1._ by the Gainesville Police -south of Alachua on SR 20 at

I the high seas, was heading back the Coast Guard cutter Kuki. ., 9 < we a number of Republicans: high Friday tonight 92 to around 98. Variable 70, .... \ \.::' Department and the Alachua -2:15: p.m. Tuesday.
%, \
::1 to Honolulu today after a fire Four hours later, with the fire vith an eye on the presidency, 5 to 12 mile wind. I \ County Sheriff's office in William T. Duncan, Akron,

I forced the freighter's new crew :jnder control but the engines o matter what their chances.e D -' Scattered thunder showers \ I the past 24 hours were: and a cow about onequartermile

.i to abandon ship. apparently disabled, the mer thinks the nation's voter: mainly afternoons through Friday, otherwise H'%:::: 1) Thelma B. McKinney, 1208 N. of Newberry on SR 45
fair. Low tonight In low '
I were placed back aboard the 'lould have a chance to size ugh Friday M en beaches to 705 :,-.1 NW 21st Ave., and Jene L. Jer- about 11 p.m. yesterday. I
With the Liberian-registerec up Inland. Variable: 5 to 12 mile windsbecoming CouI.... nigan, 3805 NW 16th Place, andN. Michael Vincent McGuire, I
Pomona to await the arrival ol 11 the potential nominees b mostly easterly Friday.
.'1 ship only 100 miles southwest of -.-' ) EH Scattered afternoon thundershowers Main St. and 16th Ave. at 1534 SW 37th Ave. at the inter- I
a tug boat from Hawaii. the field in action San
.i Honolulu, en route to Formosa, The new crew was composed HOWLETT rancisco.Of eeing at mostly fair.through Low tonight Friday low, otherwise its, high "i 7:45 p.m. yesterday. section of SW 15th St. and 35th ,
". fire broke out Wednesday in the Friday high 80s on beach and low 90s Roger W. Williams, 4306 SW Ave. at 11:50: p.m. yesterday. ,
of former first mate Alf Olsen inland. Variable f to 12 mile winds.
course, Eisenhower tells
I engine room and 30 crew mem- D. C. MinisterTo F I Scattered afternoon thundershowers Archer Rd., Robert A. Campbell Sylva C. McLeran, 3001 Hawthorne -

bers were ordered over the side the captain; six Norwegian officers .hose who talk with him, he fair. Low through tonight Friday In low 70s otherwise high GAINESVILLE WEATHER 609 SE 1st Ave., and Rob Rd., and John R. Dur. I

I into, aircraft-dropped liferafts. ; a Brazilian radio operator Speak At oes have a personal favorite Friday tt to 91. Variable 5 to 12 mile Municipal Airport readings ert L. Davis, Lake City, at W. ,I rance, 2103 NE 12th Ter., at ''

and 25 Chinese seamen.. or the nomination, just as mosl winds.G J Chance of a shower this for 24 hours to.8 a.m. today: Univ. Ave. and 6th St. at 4:45: '4:30 p.m. yesterday in Fair.
i There were no injuries. The The old crew refused to sail Education 1IeetDr. ther, Republicans do. But he afternoon and again Friday. Otherwise High 96 at 2 p.m., low 72 at p.m. yesterday. banks on SR 24.

crew, less three men who re- again after the slaying of Capt. ays he has never told anyone fair: Low. Variable tonight, mostly 75 on easterly beaches 5 to to 12 70inland. 4 a.m. Rainfall: .23 inch. Jessie LeRoy Morris, Archer, ,I Breaking and Entering

Jacob Natvig in May. Natvigwas Duncan Howlett ministerof who his man is, and he has no mile-winds.K Few. scattered showers through ALMANAC and Frances Jolene Magee, 201 No burglaries were reportedby

Fla. Senators slain with a fire ax in thevessel's All Soul's Unitarian Church intention of doing so. Friday. Low tonight mid 70s high NW 33rd Ave., at the Sperry the Gainesville Police Department -
Friday near 90. Variable mostly east .............
in Washington, D. C., will be Sunset today 7:30 p.m.
first attempt to get to The former president envi- and southeast 5 to IS mile winds. Sunrise tomorrow......... 5:28 a.m. Plant Parking lot. or the Alachua County -
I Formosa with 9,500 tons of I'featured speaker at the Florida sions a convention that will at- ,TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Moonset tonight ............ 1:19 p.m. William H. Buckhannon, Rt. Sheriff's Office in the past
Upset ByCloture Association for Childhood Edu-: High Low Precip. First Quarter .....,...,... June 16
scrap. tract the nation's interest- Jacksonville 96 75 The planet Venus, which is setting 3, and Ernest W. Burch, 15 SE 24 hours.

I The captain's body was discovered cation workshop June 14-16 at spelling out all shades of Re- Miami Tampa 92 85 74 78 .05 6 be minutes seen near earlier the each Moon evening tonight., might!On 10th St., at 500 W. Univ. Ave. I Fire Calls
Vote the of Florida.
by Olsen May 15 in his University publican phil osophy followedby L Atlanta. 92 74 June 19 Venus will be almost directly at 12:44 p.m. yesterday. At 12:39: p.m. yesterday, trash
Howlett who has also been New Orleans 92 71 between the Earth and the Sun.
bunk and the ship diverted to I a a unity drive to heal any Boston 81 54 .11 MARINE FORECAST Leonard B. Smith, Lakeland, fire in the first block of NE

WASHINGTON (AP) The Honolulu from 1,000 miles east; practicing lawyer, is author of lingering wound, to arm the Washington New York 100 96 63 69 EAST GULF Variable 5 to 12 and J. D. Williams, Lakeland, 13th St.Gena.

1 end of the Southern filibuster on l of the islands. An extensive investigation three novels" : "Man Against the party for what he concides will]] Chicago 71 53 knot showers winds mainly through near Friday.shore Scattered during about a mile south of Orange

II: the civil rights bill was deploredby l failed to turn up the::Church, "The" Essenes and be an uphill fight against Presi- Kansas Denver City 80 75 52 68 .61 afternoon winds. hours with briefly higher Heights on SR 200 at 5:45 p.m. Walker

Florida's Democratic sena, killer Christianity, and "The Fourth dent Johnson in November.He Los Ft. Worth 94 74 CEDAR KEY TIDES yesterday.
Angeles 67 55
American Faith. Friday High at 3:50 am. and 2:25
tors, who said the hours of de.: Wednesday's fire broke out 15 I figures-as in his own Seattle 60 52 .ft7 -. Low *t 8:34 a.m. and 9c -. Returns Stand
Dr. Robert Gilstrap of the' to
bate helped rid the measure of in and
hours out of Honolulu. Coast' case 1952 1956-that the
university is workshop chairman -
some bad features. Guard planes radioed that, GOP ticket will have to attract More About, SMOKING
and Dean J. B. White of
In Libel Suit
Sen. Spessard Holland said the: smoke was billowing up from the College of Education will: what he calls disenchanted

wisdom of full debate had been I behind the wheelhouse, above, Democrats if it is to oust John. RESEARCH
be opening speaker. Andreivs FORT WORTH Tex. (AP-)
substitute ,
proven by the complete the engine room. Topics of discussion duringthe son and capture the White
Former Maj. Gen. Edwin A.
for the House-passed bill Olsen's SOS brought the Rio will include "AWay House.
I which Senate proponents of the Manamo to her side within three to Live With Pressures," The former president also is 'HALF TRUTH',Walker returns to the witness

f measure sponsored. hours. The Pomona remainedon "The Well-being of Every known to have expressed these From Page 1 3sriw tJnrk dtmra stand today in the State District I
Court trial of his $2-million civil!
Smathers said he
? Sen. George even keel throughout the to
Child and "Learning
I viewsHis Surgeon
hopes the bill may yet be amended crisis, the captain messaged. Learn." There will also be a May 24 blueprint for gation, which this was not," to implicate Dr. Andrews for General Luther L. Terry :libel suit against The Associated

I in several major aspects de Cause of the fire is under inves film. "If These Were Your party and its nominee-regard Chandler said. "Dr. Andrews filing this lawsuit or suggestsour warned yesterday against be- 'I Press. I
f to cut off couldn't care less whether he Walker claims that some AP
the vote
un ed
spite tigation. Children. by some as a stop-Goldwater grapes litigation, Chan ing "misled by the half-truth
limited debate. The ship Is owned by the statement-was no such thing. is elected to the city commission dler explained. that we need more research reports from Oxford, Miss.,

tl "It has been proven very Namdal Shipping Co. of Brazil. Eisenhower simply was attempting or not. He felt that con- Fagan contended that to grant before we can take action" to falsely represented him as lead- ,

f clearly that the original bill Bankers Here to spell, out his con- ditions existed that needed Chandler's motion would "de- reduce the hazard to health ing a charge of students againstU.S.
: which the civil rights proponents to be brought out in the light of marshals during the Sept
victions the the
:1 .on course party prive innocent people who have from cigarette smoking.Dr. .
i said they would have to have More About should follow."He' did so with no the city election. been legally registered and who Terry told a National 30, 1962, rioting on the University -

was shot full of inequities.and For Training intention of ruling'anyone in or Hints that the suit may go to voted legally of their constitutional Conference on Cigarette of Mississippi campus.

unworkable provisions," said out of the nomination.In an appellate court were drop right to vote." Smoking and Youth that more I The night.long riot followedthe

Smathers. Rights a Gettysburg conference ped by Chandler in his arguments "We are not here to deter- research was needed, but on admission of Negro student

Holland said, "the punitive Program l list Saturday, he counseled and later in the hearingby mine whether the duties of the "how cigarette smoking pro- ;James H. Meredith on federal

features of the civil rights pack- From Page 1. Scranton against rigidly insisting Wilson. registration office were conducted duces lung cancer, bronchitisand court orders. Two persons were

age will almost surely widen.the I A six-Say training programfor he would take the nomination "If this is going to the appellate properly," Fagan said, other diseases, not whether killed and many others injured.

breach between the races and Minn., the bill's floor manager,' "trust personnel being heldat only asa draftee. Scranton court it has the right to noting that no charges of fraud it produces them." Walker started to testify

swell the tide of bitterness said that with this change he. the University of Florida ends later indicated he would not be review the voter registrationslips were ever brought in the The surgeon general said he ,Wednesday and briefly sketchedhis

which the proposals already was willing i to accept the tomorrow: afternoon. inflexible on this point. and identification forms," charges of voter irregularitiesand thought that the effects of his background and Army ca

have created." amendment.He The school, designed to expedite -Eisenhower likes Scranton, Wilson argued in his suggestion improper registrations.After advisory committee's report reer. He resigned from the

I The two senators were ,in the the training of junior admires his ability, and considers -that all the impounded recordsbe the hearing the circuit ou smoking and health last Army in 1961 after an official

minority in the 71-29 vote had expressed concern trust officers and senior clerks, him a first-rate campaignerbut reviewed by the court.In judge explained that he January were being reflectedin admonishment in which the

1 Wednesday to restrict debate on that Ervin's amendment as originally is sponsored by the Florida insists he has not been his request for the sum would take the pleadings under the decline in cigarette Defense Department accused

the measure. Each gave nine offered would "destroy Bankers Association. I asked for nor given any specific mary decree Chandler opposedthe advisement. He noted that his sales but that it would take him of attempting to influence

speeches as members of the! the effective enforcement" of The' school is conducted on a endorsement of the governor as position taken by the three decision probably would be "at least 10 years to changethe votes of soldiers under his

Southern team of filibusterers.I the section of the bill banning three: ear cycle basis. Thisyear's a potential nominee.Conventions. defense attorneys that the city made "definitely after next nation's smoking habits." command in Europe during the

I discrimination in restaurants, cycle will cover trust ad- quadrant polling place system week." r 1960 congressional elections

, NOTICE OF RESOLUTIONThe OF ADOPTION I hotels and other places of 'pubic -' ministration and investments. Net .I precludes the requirement thata

following resolution was regularly accommodation. Topics suchj as corporate voter vote in the precinct JURNITURI mPIURP4ITUR1 FURNITURE fURNITURE fURNITURE
Board of County Commissioners $$
the .
adopted by State Big
of Alachua County Florida Earlier the Senate got in sucha trusts, the importance of in- : where he lives.Chandler I "

at Of April Its ,meeting A.D.. 1964 held viz:on the 28th day,, tangle over an amendment offered vestments, ,guardianships, development TALLAHASSEE (AP) .The argued that since r z
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF of investment policy Florida Development Commis- 1962 city officials should have
COMMISSIONERS. Alachua' by Sen. Russell B. Long,I Miss Graduate
County Florida that pursuant to Notice >La":, that it put it aside for, and investment responsibilitieswere sion said Wednesday that 780,969 been. following state election 1 : ::
of Proceedings for closing street duly covered.An persons have attended 2,356 con- i "-c reouiring that a voter vote
published according to the law. proof the. time being.Long's
of IOaOJe which notice Is attachedhereto appropriate certificate in ventions in Florida in 1963. In the precinct where he is reg-
.i amendment was the
and a part hereof a hear will be _. ... I
each respective subject They spent $85,786,334 to at-
I Inq was duly held at 2:30 P.M. on the first called up today as the Sen- '- I I ..,
28th day of April A.D., 1964. to con awarded at the close of each tend conventions in 27 cities, the "Just because these officials
sider and determine whether or not ate proceeded under the strict .
the County would vacate, abandon. discontinue term. Persons completing,the commission said. have not done so is no reason
I limit debate that went into I
and close that portion of that on _
certain street in Alachua County. Florida effect Wednesday after cloture entire three-year1 course'will be i' He can be married
and particularly described In the proof awarded a diploma.
of publication attached hereto. At the was adopted by a history mak-! ,..
time and place set for said hearing all .
71-29 vote.Leaders .
Interested given the ing _
persons were opportunity ; More Aho tOld
to be heard. The Board at said estimated the battle

time study and be made place and recommended the matter a be further considered over the bill now could be con- A Financing Plan for Every Need _
Main on May 19. 1964; thereafter cluded, and the you within
measure passed
on May 19. 1964 another hearing City
e" was, held and at the request of one of by the end of next week.
the dissenting i property owners' another z
I I. hearing was scheduled for the 26th day _
ef May. 1964; thereafter on May 26, ,From Page 1 *
1964. the Board of County Commission Rooky's Wife'sExmate I _
ers. Alachua County. Florida, determined year
ed abandoning the proposed discontinuing action and of vacating closing, : lice clubs, walked beside the ,

that portion of that certain street herein Weds line of march at 10-foot inter- .
particularly described will not mater. I_
lally Interfere with the County Road vals. Other officers held back
System and will not deprive any person NEW YORK (AP) Dr. jeering whites at street inter-' for
of a reasonable means of Ingress just $6888
and egress to his, premises from at James S. Murphy, whose wife sections. 'I
least one County State Federal
Highway. or divorced him to marry Gov. The front of the line had made

the BE portion IT FURTHER of that certain RESOLVED street that described Nelson A. Rockefeller, has mar- the loop around the plaza whena .:III.

be, and the same Is hereby ried a young New York shower of rock fragments and

vacated the Board abandoned of County and Commissioners discontinuedand socialite.Dr. bricks loosed the violence alonga f

hereby right ef renounces the County and and disclaims Public In and any Murphy, 41-year-old vir- dark hedge.at the west end of \1 1jiiii1ilhiI' ,
wi '
to any land or Interest therein contained ologist who works for the the park across the street from 4 ,___; .,1'Y .,v.t.. -.. .. SMI
In that portion of that certain '
street In Alachua County. Florida. and Rockefeller Institute, and the post office.
particularly described as follows: blonde Victoria Thompson, whois As the last of the marching
That portion of the Old Archer i!
Road lying Westerly of S.W. 34thStreet in her 20s, were married group was cleared from down-

erly of(State the North Road line S-23)of and the P.M.east Wednesday at New York's Prot- town, some officers broke up

) and Faye Rose property and South estant Episcopal Church of the the gang of tough looking white
I ef the" Seaboard Air Line Railroad f
rloht of way In Section 14, TICS. Epiphany. Only a few friends men and youths who had
RI9E. Alachua County Florida. Exclusive
launched the attack. .
of the existing right of way .
of S.W. 34th street (State Roed c:

4 By tit J. B. Carmichael I ,.

By virtue of an Execution Issued out II 1
of the Court of Record of Alachua 20" PORTABLE I7mv
t County. Florida In the casa of Sean
Roebuck .. Company versus Richard
E. Tlllman I, Hazel Tlllman
February 24. 1964 I have levied dated upon : Graduation Special- #2164
the following property to wit: "BREEZE BOX" FANS NEW ASSOCIATES i
I 1955 Ford tudor ID No. U5AT 142SC2.t 11Hardheaded
Title no. :398587S I.
I: 1960 Valiant ID No. 1120163635. TitlNo. t .

I 1 And. 596162 that I as Sheriff BUSINESSMAN'SFINANCING
of Alachua
9th County.day Florida of July will 1964.on Thursday between the the PORTABLE : i I as he may be, he'll have to admit _
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00
: p.m. I In
I front of the North door of the Court. : Easy to Use the is *You needn't
price right. tell him .
I house at Gainesville. Alachua County, PLANhelps what ____
Florida, offer for sale said property C
and sell the same to the highest bidder on Floor, I the records show
$ that who
gals Lane Chests
I for cash to satisfy and pay said execution get

having, been fees levied and upon costs.by The me and property will : Table or in executives, professional people! f z from the
be sold as tile property of the defendant. meet j boys they want to are sure
growing obligations-with marry
J. M.. Crevasse. Jr. Sheriff ,
the Window.

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-By JOHN ASKINS' Commission to say." But he Another type of permanent breeding mosquitoes a couple of j' So if you pray for rain keep August is as good a, time as g
} 'Ouch! Or Fine Art of Survival would like a bulldozer, and an. control is ,in the offing stock- weeks later. ,the insect repellant handy. And I any to take that vacation. t'
,Yep, it's mosquito season other dragline for drainage mosQuito-breeding ;
ing waters '
I I 1 i iY ii
again. And where are those work. 'I
blankety-blank fogging trucks? Until Kelley, in fact, is a strong I with larvae-eating fish. Kelleyis I I i .
City 'Foggers9 Comeother going to use minnows at first,
If live Inside the city
you supporter "permanent" con- but someday they will probablybe STYLES FOR MEN '
limits, don't mos-
despair-the trol
efforts, rather tempo- replaced by bass and bream,
quito control department comes methods such as fogging.
. around once a week. If you live types of,sheds. need a full-time entomol- airy Permanent control consists of which would offer additional fish. ad- Specialists in Men's Wear ;
in communities outside the city, Inspect flowers rooting to run field checks," he ex drainage work wherein chan- vantages as game .
fogging's twice a week, but you water for mosquito "Right now I run bird nels are cut in the land in mos Kelley does not expect t any' I I It
have to pay for the service. The Keep roof gutters and areas to relieve trouble with encephalitis for Florida ;
light traps, but that quito-dense "sleeping sickness" which is
county only pays for drainage concentrations.
The average enough. stagnant water caused infected
by mosquitoes biting -
projects. cycle for the anopheles bird trap utilizes a chicken 'Without stagnant water, mos- birds and then humans.
Mosquito control director to, one of the species .the ,mosquitos to traps quito eggs cannot hatch. "Let's just hope," he said. FATHERS DAYSALE l
Jerry Kelley explained recentlythat Gainesvillians, is they can be counted I Some drainage work is being May and August are con .
his budget only providesfor days. That is, eggs trap depends upon the in- done now. A project in Waldo sidered "high"' months for mo
fogging inside the city. larvae, grow to pupae affinity, for glowing light more than a mile in'length was squitos. The past weekend rains "
But the foggers won't go just pupae turn into hungry just completed. Kelley's men will not make much difference
anywhere. They have to be efficient -which may be mated ,is reluctant to say are working now on an area in the mosquito count, Kelley
in their use of time. If few hours after Alachua County is get North of Northeast 39th Street. I'said, but if a front should move
you live 'way out and only havea ready to lay more eggs. the mosquito control it And they will reach Tiger Bayin in and stay for a week, there
few neighbors, forget it. If, Mosquitoes live for "That's for the County about three or four months. would be a number of 'areas FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT 1
however,you are part of a large months. Only the BIG SAVINGS .
residential group, and aren't too human blood; the EVERY ITEM SELECTED WITH YOU IN MIND. 1
far from Gainesville,the foggers vegetarians. There are 4 SPORT COATS
will respond to a call. than 450 species of .
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spect areas if residents call up 4 Checks in selected patterns. A real value. i
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(Jiahtt5uil1t-iutt .... -. OF
I I How LBJ 'Led the Indians


'11t' J Weir fcrk 2>im>s position has fought his way back on to solid ground. He lost ,
rabnslerl PAT COWLES..>Vk ,!rest.. II I By JAMES RESTON but at least he tried. ,
doom ED JOHNSON. Ties 'FreiUeni WASHINGTON The only logical explanation of the Re- Scranton and Romney, however, who tried the hardest to
Florida's Beautiful .*4 Eiee tlT. E41Uri W. G* (BID>)> I publican campaign for the presidency is that it is really avoid the battle, were dragged into it under humiliating i
EDEKSOLE. Viet rreildemt tad AdrertUiaf circumstances at the end.
being directed by Lyndon Baines Johnson.
'University City' Vic DlrccUr FMiUemt sad Clreml I By RALPH MtGILLTMOttti Nobody else lacking the President's political skill and Thus, like the ten little Indians who went out, to dine,
Prize r.kltohtr
U.. Xu.rer. Ot U. AUMU* (Ge.) C.asUtatiesDilennia knee-slapping country humor could possibly have put together candidate after another has vanished: J
anything so ridiculous or harmful tc the Republican "Ten little Indian boys went out to dine,
THE SUN'S POLICY, ',. : 'J' Party.It One choked his little self and then there were nine." I

1. Report the news fully and impartially In, the news columns. '.: JI.. as a mystery only if you take it seriously. Nothing that (Stassen). J"
I 2. Express the 'opinions. the Sun in-but only in-editorials. .','" has happened makes sense on the theory that the Republicans "Nine little Indian boys sat up very late;

3. Publish all sides of Important controversial i issues. _. > are either in charge or want to win. But once you One overslept himself and then there were eight." (Scran-

assume that somehow Lyndon managed to capture the GOP ton).

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 For and direct all its moves, then suddenly all the peculiar developments "Eight little Indian boys, travelling in\heaven;

Want Ads-376-4672. of the last few days and months seem quite One said he'd stay there and then there were
sensible. seven." (Ike).

"Seven little Indian boys chopping up sticks, One chopped

Cry of the Ancient City The GOPWashington WHO GAINS when Lodge knocks off Barry and Rockyin himself in halves and then there were six."

New Hampshire, and Rocky knocks off Lodge and Barryin (Nixon).

Governor Farris .Bryant is an at- equality under the Bill of Rights). Oregon, and Barry then completes the civil war by decapitating "Six little Indian boys, playing with a hive,
Rocky in California? Who else but Lyndon? A queen bee stung one and then there were five." (Rocky).
versed in constitutional law. Notes he
torney "T
If St. Augustine cannot keep the : Who laughed the hardest at the vaudeville show in Cleve-
He draws on this reservoir in expounding nut of our, problem," said, a land? Who but the Democrats? The "one little Indian boy, left all alone," is Goldwater,

his favorite theme: The peace as individuals pursue demon- Republican senator "is the Who benefitted when Nixon decided to run for governor of and the conservatives are pleased, but the happiest one of
strations authorized by law, then the value of the party's nomina- all is the Indian chief in the White House.
infringement of state's rights by the California, lost the election and his temper (on television),
tion next month. A number of
federal government.fhen state must act.That's and then left California for New York in a huff? Certainlynot
the nation's businessmen, nor-
the Republicans.Who ON THE RIGHT
... mally Republican, do not = =
from Eisenhower's neutrality Rockefeller'smistakes
gained ,
where Governor Farris
think it worth deal.
St. a great
comes Augustine.The
Bryant's knowledge of constitutionallaw Romney's tardiness, Scranton's naivete, Lodge'sabsence
There is public evidence of
and Goldwater's reckless ambiguities? Why the We Too
comes in handy. As the state's growing business support for r
facts are that the national gentleman from Texas, of course.It ,
President Johnson.
Negro movement for economic and chief law enforcement officer, his "The core of the answer," is not reasonable to assume tha the Republicans plannedit
duty is plain. He must maintain this way. After: they lost the last election they made' a
social liberation is concentrated on he said, "is not the obviousone.
careful analysis of their weakness and concluded that it
in St. Augustine to the
peace even The nomination if Presi-
the ancient city of St. Augustine. lay in the great urban centers of the North. Yet these urban
extent of calling out the National dent Johnson goes along, as 1 1By I
The reason is simple.. St. Augustineis areas are precisely the points. of Goldwater's strongest oppo-
Guard. now and there is no national
about to celebrate its 400th year, disaster, may not be worth sition. WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR,}

thus proclaiming its status as the much to the nominee. But it
If Governor Bryant neglects his HIS GREATEST strength lies in the South and the border
oldest city in,.the United States. is very important. to the par- We are informed by our correspondents which"Winstod Churchill wish- f
states, yet nobody but his most ardent supporters believe he '
who will act?
ty. If Senator Goldwater is abroad that all of ed to
adopt f towards Nazi I
has a chance to 'take these states from the first Southern
Negroes figure it good time to the nominee, then we shall president hi 100 years. Europe is shattered by Cali Germany a generation ago, I

I draw attention to bigotry. The same agency which moved lose a number of :governors, _Even in California, where Goldwater picked up the 86 fornia's demented choice of rocks a tier of nations whose 1

into Oxford, Mississippi The same congressmen and, perhaps, delegates that put him so close to the nomination, the Re- Senator Goldwater over: Governor own diplomacy during the century -

agency which moved into Little Rock, even a senator or so. The big, publicans, out-registered: by the Democrats, gave him Rockefeller at the primary resulted* in grandiose

With some turmoil and tears, they Arkansas. The which populous states would be lost only the smallest of margins over Rockefeller, and of course, elections last week.And messes which;: on two occas-

I have established the right to demonstrate same agency by larger majorities than in in the other two primaries where he had opposition from to judge from :the submissive ions we were i called upon to

in St. Augustjne. They are moved into Birmingham, Alabama. 1960. the other leading candidates New Hampshire and Oregon reactions of our opinionmak- redeem at the cost: of rather a

i I armed with an injunction from U. S. he lost. ers, the spirit of the..nation lot of American lives, and

District Judge Bryant Simpson, who The federal government. "A GOLDWATER, nomi-" Not since 1912 when the Republicans split over the gull has changed greatly from the rather a. lot jo; billions of
nation would, for example, he Moose candidacy of Teddy Roosevelt, have the leaders of days when George Washington American dollars.
says they have a constitutionalright continued, "make.it very like- and his decidedt N
the followed
calculated to the
party a strategy so help oppo- countrymen
For Farris Bryant it put-
appears ly that Attorney General Rob-
to hold racial demonstrations. sition. hat this nation would WE ARE VERY
up-or-shut-up time. His convictions, ert Kennedy would be the sen- embark sympathetic -
upon its own course, in America, toVards
They held 'one Tuesday night and his authority are at stake. But they atorial candidate against Sen- HAD JOHNSON ORGANIZED it all, it would add up. His without consulting the pleasures isfestations of other peoples'man-

are not his alone. We all share, in ator Keating,' N. Y., Republican concern was that he would have to campaign against a of George III. independence and the
another lastnight.. Both times they incumbent. Senator Keat- time
the reputation and integrity the liberal, sophisticated, attractive candidate who knew some- have to for
were assaulted by white thugs. 'ing, despite his excellent record may come us gent.
about affairs and reminded
thing foreign the voters of Kennedy's
TRULY WE have becomethe
The city of St. Augustine demonstrated State of Florida. Are we to' admit would have a difficult style and manner. most self ly to assert, our. own. We too,
doubting country -
defeat of our own problems and bow time surviving."The might be a way to put it, are
it was unable to maintainlaw Scranton and Lodge probably came closer to this descrip- in the world., ., Spain can an independent
and order. to the inevitability of federal inter- pattern of Senator'Goldwater's tion than anybody else._ Even Nixon, who.is both experienced decide to start trading with have thrown nation< : we too

vention? appeal to the voter in policy and rough on the hustings,might have been formi- Communist Cuba so it over the shack
les of
: is not reassuring. In California colonialism, and must
dable, but Goldwater makes Johnson look like a liberal anda '
This Issue.no longer is one of civil I ,' where he won, his goes. West Germany can increase be prepared to face the future
It is Farris Bryant's.hour of; de statesman, which are the two things the President needed its trade with East
.rights (the right of the Negro for cision. .'I vote came largely from two most to win in>the North. according to our own
Germany no mat te r.
status). It now is an issue of civil counties. All the polls show What is especially ironic about all this is that, not only the France recognizes Red China, .

liberties (the right for all men to And ours.-p: ; Ambassador Lodge much Republican Party but the leading Republicans themselves, 'and we mutter our obsequiesto It Is suggestive of our cul-
more popular with the voters.
are now experiencing the very things they feared the most. tural and, psychological satel-
Le Grand Charles.
The senator has the delegates They have prided themselves being moderate and orderlyin lization
by Europe :that
increases million votes
I but not the votes that their politics and they are now fighting like Democrats. by one should the
VIEWPOINT one hand treat
THE CONSERVATIVE will be required to enable the ,its support of he Communist with

Republican party to Party, and, we reiterate our equanimity Charles ,de
carryits THE ONE THING President Eisenhower has feared the Gaulle's suggestion
state elections. This Is the' 'most is that he would lose his dignity and his authority in faith in'the apertura a la sin- neutralization of' th e

Limit to Amendments. ? :; real problem. The nomination the party and In the last few 'days he has lost both. Hedidn't istra. England appoints a Asia, and Harold*Southeast Wilson's
minister-elect from
not be worth prime a
may want to intervene in pre-convention fight or divide muted call
much per se.,But its w o r t h the party, but he has intervened just ,enough on both sidesto Socialist Party; dedicated to for West European -

By DAVID LAWRENCE been secure in large measure in order to overrule these a lot from the broader viewof irritate everybody, and he is now urging an "open conven- the de facto dismantlementof neutralization, and, yet feel

WASHINGTON A surprising because they have been guar- decisions." party survival. tion" where he would have to serve part of the time as a NATO and to the denial to panicked because a lusty majority

statement has just been anteed by a Bill of Rights The lawyers who filed the private mediator and the rest as a television commentator! America of a base for its nuclear of Californians has in-

filed with the House Judiciary which the American people statement have a right to "OUR DILEMMA is wors- Lodge is also in an awkward position. He collaborated with deterrent missiles, and dicated a desire for a Republican -

Committee by 223 lawyers, including have until now deemed practically their opinion 'and! to argue_ ',ened by the fact that only Ike to gain control of the Republican Party for the moderates we show a stiff upper lip. president who would reorient -

: 55 deans of law schools unamendable." against any proposed amend- Governor Scranton seems to in the fight against Taft, and is now the trapped and silent But the Republicans' appar- American policy in sucha

and several college professors, This will come as a shockto ment to the Constitution, have the ability to do this partner in turning the party over to Goldwater, who is to end desire to nominate a man way as to prevent another
of them of the so-called but it comes as a surprise Bay of Pigs, another
many many people who have always sort of job. Senator Goldwater the righfof Taft. who would adopt towards the Berlin
"liberal" school of to find such a learned Wall, another Korea.
thought. thought the Constitution can't. Nor can Mr. Nixon. Soviet Union a position

They have taken'a stand could be amended whenever group stating that the mere But presently, Senator Gold- ONLY ROCKEFELLER, who started in the most difficult roughly comparable to that

which will be construed as public opinion desired it and attempt to use the amending' water seems to be so well ONE WONDERS what the

meaning that, so far' as possible that there is nothing so sacred process prescribed in.the ,Con along, and so sure of the nom- Europeans suppose a twoparty -

further amendments to about anything in the Con stitution is.dangerous. The ination, that the debate may SAME THREAT OPPOSITE RESULT system is all about. Over

the Constitution must be, stitution that the people sponsors of this viewpointadd be moot." there they cherish real differences -

blocked and,that the Supreme'i couldn't change it at will. : One gathers there is a between their parties.
i Court of the United States "IF THE FIRST clause of growing feeling of grief and There is much more room

I must be left to rewrite the THE RECENT movement to the Bill of Rights, forbiddinglaws regret on the part of many of Eisenhower and 2 Senators between de Gaulle and Mendes t
Constitution at will. respecting an establish-
submit to the people an the old Eisenhower stalwartswho France than between
The current controversy amendment safeguarding the ment of religion, should proveso feel Eisenhower has Goldwater and Johnson; more

arises as a consequence of the right to pray grew out of a easily susceptible to Impairment failed them and the best in- Nrm fork etmra a living thing but it must ad- Eisenhower ran and won. He between Mende and Adenauer

Supreme Court's decisions deep-seated belief that the by amendment, terests of the party. They say By C. L. SULZBERGER just itself to changing circum- prevented what he viewed as Scelba and Neon!, Wilson and

which have produced wide- Supreme Court had taken none of the succeeding clauses so privately. A few said it PARISHad General Eisen- stances as the world evolves." reactionaries from gaining Home, than between Goldwa-

spread apprehension that the away a fundamental right and will be secure." publicly. These men, of hower applied to the Republican control of his party and nation ter and Johnson.
word "God" cannot be men- Such a sweeping declara- have PRODDED Eisenhower took these
had indeed violated that partof course, consistently opposed candidacy of Senator Taft BY Republican
tioned in public-school exer- the Constitution which tion is hardly justified be- Senator Goldw a ter. in 1952 the indecesive shifti- liberals who regarded Taft's decisions with a singular lack What distinguishes Nelson

cises and that voluntary pray- states that there should be no cause, for one thing, there They feel there has been too ness he has been,applying to candidacy as a danger Eisen- of enthusiasm but because he Rockefeller, the loser in CalifornIa -

ers may be prohibited in edu interference with "the freeexercise" are many ways' by which much drift, too little aware- the candidacy of Senator hower permitted himself to be believed them right. from Lyndon Johnson

cational institutions or in connection of religion. The this right can be as ness of the basic party prob- Goldwater, he would never pushed into the presidentialrace All this being said, Eisenhower's is different not conflicting views but

with official activitiesof statement of the protesting sured without imposing any lem. They believe that only have been elected president. commenting d ou rly: present wavering attitude identities. The principal -
the government. established church. Just as Mr. Eisenhower could have "Anybody is a, damn foolif argument Mr. Rocke-
group, however, says: Certainly at the start of the towards Goldwater feller has "
one group respects the rightof corrected this by an early with Mr. John-
he actually seeks to be -
political campaign begun on president seems confus g. To
THE STATEMENT warns "Whatever another hold differing anyone son Is that Mr. Johnson rather
disagreementssome group to manifesto in behalf of the You four of the
give ,
his behalf, Eisenhower had no up who knows Eisenhower well
those who have been agitat may have with the Bible- opinions there is every -: modern Republicanism pro- best of than Mr. Rockefeller is presi-
driving ambiton to enter the very years your life. It is as plain that he must
ing for a constitutional amend- prayer decisions we believe justification for at least claimed at the 1956 conven- dent of the United States. The
Some think
White House. He induced people a of Goldwater's for-
was only view
ment that they are, in effect, strongly that they do not justify tolerating voluntary prayer by tion. They point to the high lot of and attached move towards Goldwater Is,
abandon glory -
to vegetable power ideas half-
a eign policy as
engaging in something border- this experiment. Accord- another body of citizens, level of enthusiasm,and am- therefore, a move toward the
to the On the
in order to Taft. contrary baked
ing on impropriety.The ingly, we urge that Congress whether outside or inside a bition that prevailed throughout position stop nonsense. re affirmation of a genuinetwo
This was not because Eisenhower -. the very workings of a
statement says: approve no measures to government building, in a pub- the'party at that time. democratic to it Yet Eisenhower's two lame l party system: toward
"American liberties have amend the First Amendment lic ceremony. personally disliked' system see efforts to ''stop Goldwater, the kind of thing they have in
Taft. But he was persuadedthat that the job has very little
SINCE THEN there has once through Rockefeller and Europe, which we too should
if Taft became
presidentor power.
been a steady deterioration.Mr. once through Scranton, were be entitled to.
even captured the Republican Eisenhower felt that
Eisenhower spoke out for any timed and weak. Clear-
Party machinery, this man who wanted to be a can- badly Our European critics might
Nixon in 1960. But there
: Voice of the People was Mr. not too much enthusiasm, would endanger basic foreign diate was automatically not ly Eisenhower to be drawn into would dirty prefernot par- do that well to remind themselves
every have
i or did not seem to be. The policy aims Eisenhower con- qualified for the job. He applied ty infighting. It' would be ear hey
got into an Ingloriotis
persisted that ,some- ceived necessary for th e this odd logic to Taft in mess,
suspicion ier to remain aloof while
I how Mr. Eisenhower was not United' States. 1952. One should not be surprised during the past period an In-
On The Sun's Page' preaching platitudes about thepeople's surgent American vojce
i Opinion really too sure about Mr. Nix if today he thinks similarly has
I will and
) 'on. This may have been an IN THOSE DAYS the writer of Goldwater. Certainly Republican balled them out. Wilson's was

r Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters unjustified attitude. Mr. Eisen- saw Eisenhower constantly. long after he had resignedas unity. a minority voice In America,
and bear the writer's address. Names will be withhold if requested. A letter should on the issue of
must fce signed hower has said that of course On. July 19, 1951, Winston NATO commander and re- rescuing Eu-
not exceed 500 words end must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The BUT IF IT was morally from the
rope Kaiser.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or he liked Mr. Nixon very Churchill confided be thoughtit turned to the U.S.A. to give Roosevelt
latent. much. Despite all this, a substantial would be disastrous for the symbolic leadership to forces necessary 12 years ago to stop. ran athwart the view of

number of persons West should Taft be nominated promoting his candidacy Eisenhower Taft because his international the overwhelming majority of
should be the ,
given greatest
reported fire
a at the Gainesville
views his
Calls Gas Station were outdated surely
degree of dung Jo the idea that Mr. and elected, and Ei- was still an aston- countrymen when he
Nursing Center the other it is even more necessary today stirred the
senhower Candi- country against
of this area.I Eisenhower had. his fingers privately agreed. ishingly reluctant
Threat day. Eisenhower had date. to stop Goldwater whose Hitler. And now an Insurgent
crossed. no personal
L. Safety do not pretend to be fully
acquainted with the legal as- We by were the prompt exceedingly arrival pleased and This belief since has been desire to,seek office. By pref- On July 6, 1952, I lunched international views are; if theSer.ator minority in America seeks to

.". EDITOR Sun: The news pects of the case, but it would efficient work of the Gaines- further strengthened by failure erence be'wanted to retire and with the General and two of quotes himself cor- name a presidential candidatewho

+ (June 3)) that a gas stationon .appear that the city (or state) ville Fire Department. The of GOP leaders, includingMr. become a kind' of elder states- his brothers in Chicago as the rectly, antediluvian.And will stand up to the new-

the former SAE corner government could undertaketo telephone had Eisenhower to come for- man. But he was concerned Republican convention was the way to act is ,not est, and most potent threat
company our
((13th Street and University acquire possession of the disrupted phone connection ward as pro-Nixon men in about Taft's narrow views on opening. When Eisenhower on a yes today, no tomorrow against Western civilization.

Avenue) is one step'closer to property, for the purpose of working within 45<< minutes of 1964. The contrary was true. foreign policy. By October, learned the outlines of the de- basis. It must be like that It Is no more surprising

reality-by virtue of a recent creating. a small public park. the time we called them.. There was undented coolnesson 1951 he had convinced himself fense and foreign policy June 5, 1944. morning in England that the English should reject

court decisIon should be a GEORGE J. FRITZ There were many individualswho the part of party leaders the Senator "might control the planks in the Republican plat when Eisenhower's great Goldwater, than it was that

sign of considerable distress came quickly to offer most of whom were staunch party machine but he in no form, he became furious. He invasion forces 'were poised they should for so long have

i to all cltiiens. Thanks Helpers help. They are too numerousto Eisenhower followers. sense represents Republican thought it placed too much like arrows aimed at France rejected Churchill But the

Installation of'a gas stationon mention but we wish to' Meanwhile Senator G 0 I d- majority opinion." reliance on massive retaiia and after hearing a meteorological majority's disapproval Is no

this corner is so clearly During Fire thank them all. water is the darling of the By December Eisenhowerwas lion at the expense of NATO. report, be simply said reason for steady minded

inimical to the public interest A. A. OKUS,I delegates, U not the voters. saying always with an He said: "If they put that in "Okay we'll go," and got up Americans to reject Goldwater

and so obviously a threat. to EDITOR, Sun: We wish to AdministratorAmERINE ;. The convention Is but a month eye on Taft: "I don't believe the platform I'd rather not and everybody accepted it any more than there was

pedestrian safety, that opposition take this opportunity to thank !\ OKUS RJf. away. It likely will be the the clock can be turned back run." .. and started off on a run to any reason for far seeing

by the city to its construction publicly all those ,who re- DAVID BIBER, MJ, personal property of the senator even to the days..of Calvin get their orders out and that's Englishmen to yield to tbt '

should continue, and sponded so promptly when.w0i,2 JSee..VOlCEOJa'P, Ih ;" : {;..- :t : ': Coolidge. Our Constitution is IN THE END, of course, the way, it started. British appeasera. <
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Oiaws ille..., Sun ..: Colored NEWSB.. F.News Childs Editor, How LB/ 'Led 'the Indians .

I GRANT-IN-AID @ NfUJ V crk ttbttta position has fought his way back on to solid ground. He lost

JOHN R. HARRISON! President and but at least he tried.
kBblisheri FAT COWLES, Vice Prcstdtntj hardest to
who tried the
of Des Re- Scranton and Romney, however,
of the
ED JOHNSON. Vie. PruLiealFlorida's University WASHINGTON The only logical explanation
Beautiful and' ExeentlT EdiUrs W. G. (Bill) Moines, Iowa, has signed a publican campaign for the presidency is that it is really avoid the battle, were dragged into it under humiliating

EBERSOLE. Vice President and Advertising Gibbs Junior College basketball being directed by Lyndon Baines Johnson. circumstances at the end.
DlrccWn BOB TARTAG'University Thus, like the ten little Indians who went out to dine,
skill and
City' LIO.NE. Vice President and Circulation player to a grant-in-aid for next Nobody else lacking the President's political candidate after another has vanished
Manager. knee-slapping country humor could possibly have put to-
year. "Ten little Indian boys went out to dine,
John Mayes, 6'S" center for gether anything so ridiculous or harmful to the Republican "
THE SUN'S POLICY One choked his little self and then there were nine.
Cobras Party.It .
/ the junior college was
r this week when Drake's is a mystery only if you take it seriously. Nothing that (Stassen). .
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. signed "Nine little Indian sat late
up very ;
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but, only in-editorials.' ... assistant basketball Coach Glen has happened makes sense on the theory that the Republicans One overslept himself and then there were eight." (Scran-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Cafer flew here to watch Mayes are either in charge or want to win. But once you ton).
assume that somehow Lyndon managed to capture the GOP
The Sun's telephones: All Department: -372-8441 work out.Cafer and direct all its moves then suddenly all the peculiar developments "Eight little Indian boys, travelling heaven;
commented that Mayes One said he'd there and then there were
Want Ads-376-4672 of the last few days and months seem quite stay
"has good moves for a man seven." (Ike).

his size. He also has a nice, sensible. "Seven little Indian boys chopping up sticks, One chopped

of tli Ancient soft shot." WHO GAINS when Lodge knocks off Barry and Rockyin himself in halves and then there were six."
Cry e City Drake, co-champions of th e (Nixon).
New Hampshire, and Rocky knocks off Lodge and Barryin
Missouri Valley Conference, is "Six little Indian with hive,
decapitating boys, playing a
Oregon, and Barry then completes the civil war by -
Governor Farris Bryant is an attorney equality under the Bill of Rights). counting on Mayes for rebounding A queen bee stung one and then there were five." (Rocky).
Rocky in California? Who else but Lyndon?
versed in constitutional! law: and shooting strength. He in Cleve-
Who laughed the hardest at the vaudeville show
He draws on ,this reservoir in expounding If St. Augustine cannot keep the had been sought after by five land? Who but the Democrats? The "one little Indian boy left all alone," is Goldwater.and .

his favorite theme: The peace as individuals pursue demon- other schools. Who benefitted when Nixon decided to run for governor of the conservatives are pleased, but the happiest one of
strations authorized law then the played basketball for all is the Indian chief in the White House.
infringement of, state's rights by the by California, lost the election and his temper (on television),
state must act. the Cobras for two years and and then left California for New York in a huff? Certainlynot
federal government.Then was on the starting five both
the Republicans.Who = ON THE RIGHT =

That's where Governor Farris seasons. He was one of the top gained from Eisenhower's neutrality, Rockefeller's I

comes St. Augustine.The defensive players and averaged mistakes, Romney's tardiness, Scranton's naivete, Lodge's
Bryant's knowledge of constitutionallaw 13 points a game this year. absence and Goldwater's reckless ambiguities? Why the We Too AreIndependent I

facts are that the national comes in handy. As the state's He helped Coach Norman gentleman from Texas, of course.It ,

and chief law enforcement officer, his Jackson's cagers to' win the is not reasonable to assume that the Republicans plannedit ,
Negro movement for duty is plain. He must maintain FJCAA tournament and confer this way. After they lost the last election they made a I

social liberation is concentrated on ence crowns in 1963, and also careful analysis of their weakness and concluded that it
in St. Augustine, even to the
.the ancient city of St. Augustine.The peace to rank in the NJCAA offensive lay in the great urban centers of the North. Yet these urban

reason is simple. St. Augustineis extent of calling out the National polls for the third consecutiveyear. areas are precisely the points of Goldwater's strongest oppo-

about to celebrate its 400th year, Guard.If sition. I \\lU.IAli.I. F. BUCKLEY JR. )
its status as the This year, with Mayes againat 'II
thus proclaiming : HIS GREATEST. strength lies in the South and the border
Governor Bryant neglects his center Gibbs posted another
We are informed by our which Winston
in the United States. correspondents Churchill wish.
oldest city but 'his most ardent believe he
impressive basketball record. states, yet nobody' supporters
duty, who will act? abroad that all of ed to adopt towards Nazi
The College finished first in the has a chance to take these states from the first Southern
is shattered
Negroes figure it good time to FJCAA visitation race, 'placed president in 100 years. Europe by Germany a generation ago,
The which moved California demented choice of rocks a tier of nations whose
same where Goldwater the 86
draw attention to bigotry. agency third in the tournament, and Even in picked up Senator Goldwater
into Oxford, Mississippi. The same posted a 97 point scoring aver- delegates that put him so close to the nomination, the Re- over Gov- own diplomacy during the cen-
publicans, out-registered by the Democrats 4-3, him ernor Rockefeller at the primary tury resulted in grandiose
Little Rock gave
agency which moved into age. The Cobras had an 11-2 seasonal
With some turmoil and fears, they record.' only the smallest of margins over Rockefeller, and of course, elections last week. And messes which on two occasions -

have established the right to demon- Arkansas. The same agency which in the other two primaries where he had opposition from to judge from the submissive we were called upon to

strate in St. Augustine. They are moved into Birmingham, Alabama.The played Mayes basketball, a pre-med for the student local, the other leading candidates New Hampshire and Oregon reactions of our opinionmak- redeem at the cost of rather a
ers, the spirit of the nation lot of
he lost. American lives, and
armed with an injunction from U. S. high school.
who federal government.For Not since 1912 when the Republicans split over' the Bull has changed greatly from the rather a lot of billions of
District Judge Bryant Simpson,
Moose candidacy of Teddy Roosevelt, have the leaders of days when George Washingtonand American dollars.
says they have a constitutionalright the party followed a strategy so calculated to help the opposition his countrymen decided
to hold racial demonstrations.They : Farris Bryant, it appears put- SPONSOR SERIESOF t hat this nation i would WE ARE VERY sympathetic

up-or-shut-up time. His convictions, WORKSHOPS embark upon its own course, in America, towards man-

held one Tuesday night and his authority are at stake. ,But theyare Florida a A&M series University of governmentand will HAD JOHNSON ORGANIZED it all, it would add up. His without consulting the pleas- isfestations of other peoples

alone. We all share in sponsor concern was that he would to campaign of II!.
another last night. Both times they not his fouhdation-sponsored work- have against a ures George independence, and the time
the reputation and integrity of the liberal, sophisticated, attractive candidate who knew some- may have to come for us gent-
institutes work
were assaulted by white thugs.. shops, and con- thing about foreign affairs and reminded the voters of Kennedy's TRULY WE have becomethe ly to assert our own. We too
Florida. Are to
State we ferences this summer. Programs -
The of St. Augustine demon- and
city style manner. most self doubting coun- might be
a to
way put are
strated it was unable to maintain defeat of our own problems and bow are geared to meet the Scranton and Lodge probably came closer to this description try in the world. Spain can an independent nation: we too

law and order. to the inevitability of federal inter- needs of in-service teachers and than anybody else. Even Nixon, who is both experiencedin decide to start trading with have thrown over the shack

vention? offers special services for per- policy and r ugh on the hustings, might have been formi- Communist Cuba so it les of colonialism, and must
sons engaged in adult education dable, but Gqfidwater makes Johnson look like a liberal anda increase
West Germany can be
This issue no longer is one of civil It is Farris Bryant's hour of de business, professional and statesman, which are the two things the President needed goes. its trade with East ture prepared to face the fu

rights (the right of the Negro for civic work in the state. I most to win in the North. according to our own
cision. Germany no mat te r. lights.
status). It now is an issue of civil June 15 19 is the annual What is especially ironic about all this is that, not only the France recognizes Red China,

liberties (the right for all men to And ours. FAMU Coaching Clinic, directedby Republican Party but the'leading Republicans themselves, and we mutter our obsequiesto It is suggestive of our cultural

Athletic Coach A. S. (Jake) are now experiencing the very things they feared the most. Le Grand Charles. Italy and psychological sate!

.. Gaither. One hour credit will be They have prided themselves on being moderate and orderly lization by Europe that we
increases million votes
CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT given for the short course, whichis in their politics and they are now fighting like Democrats. by one should on the one hand treat
THE its support of the Communist
designed to improve coachingin with equanimity Charles de
I the state and features some THE ONE TilING, President Eisenhower has feared the Party, and we reiterate our Gaulle's suggestion for th e
faith in the la sin-
of the nation's top figures in' most is that he would lose his dignity and his authority in apertura a neutralization of Southeast
Limit to Amendments football and basketball coach I the party and in the last few days he has lost both. He istra. England appoints a Asia, and Harold Wilson's

'ing. didn't want to intervene, in the pre-convention fight or divide prime minister-elect from a muted call for West European

the party, but he has intervened just enough on both sidesto Socialist Party dedicated to neutralization
in order to overrule these Harold S. Jenkins, teacher- the facto dismantlementof and yet feel
By DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTON been secure in large measure irritate everybody, and he is now urging an "open convention" de panicked because
A because have been decisions.? v trainer in the-'FAMU Vocational- NATO and to the denial to a lusty majority
surprising they guar- where he would have to 'serve part of the time as a of
statement has just been anteed by a Bill of Rights The lawyers who filed the Technical Institute, will directa private mediator and the rest as a television commentator! America of a base for its nuclear Californians has indicated

filed with the House Judiciary which the American people statement have a right to course in Special Problems in Lodge is also in an awkward position. He collaborated with deterrent missiles, and a desire for a Republi. I

Committee by 223 lawyers, including have until now deemed practically their opinion and to argue Distributive Education June 15- Ike to gain control of the Republican Party for the moderatesin we show a stiff upper lip. can president who would reorient

55 deans of law schools unamendable." against any proposed amend- July 3. Three hours credit will the fight against Taft, and is now the trapped and silent But the Republicans' appar- American policy in sucha

and several college professors This will come as a shockto ment to the Constitution, be given for the course, designedto partner in turning the party over to Goldwater. who is to end desire to nominate a man way as to prevent another

many of them of the socalled"liberal" many people who have always but it comes as a sur- provide experiences giving the right of Taft. who would adopt towards the Bay of Pigs, another Berlin

school of thought. thought the Constitution prise to find such a learned teachers firsthand knowledge of; Soviet Union a position 1 I Wall, another Korea.

They have taken a stand could be amended whenever group stating that the mere methods and techniques of trairt ONLY ROCKEFELLER, who started in the most difficult roughly comparable to that
be construed to use the amending' in ----- ONE WONDERS what
which will as public opinion desired it and attempt ing retail selling.An the

meaning that, so far as possible that there is nothing so sacred process prescribed in the Con- Automotive Workshop will fessor of education and director -Florida communities. SPECIAL SERVICES Europeans suppose a twoparty -

further amendments to about anything in the Con stitution is dangerous. The be conducted June 15-July 5, by of internship teaching. Designed Three hours credit will be given system! is all about. Over
of the
the Constitution must be stitution that the people sponsors of this viewpointadd Prof. Sylvester L. Beasley of primarily for personnel for participation in the Work- Young people there they cherish real differ-

blocked and that the Supreme couldn't change it at will. : the Florida A&M Automotive involved in working with, student shop for Junior High S chao 1 Baptist Church are sponsoring ences between their parties.

Court of the United States "IF THE FIRST clause of Department. Three hours credit teachers, the course will Personnel, which will be taught special services Sunday, There is much more room

must be left to rewrite the TilE RECENT movement to the Bill of Rights; forbiddinglaws will be given for the course, offer three hours credit.A July 20-August 7 by Dr. Arthur June 14.During. between de Gaulle and Men-

Constitution at will respecting an establish- E. feele chairman of the Department the at 11 des France than between
submit to the people an geared to providing new exper- five-day workshop, July 6- worship a.m.,
The current controversy amendment safeguarding the ment of religion, should proveso iences in methods and tech- 10, in Building Management and of Secondary Education -Rev. Jerald Williams, a member Goldwater and Johnson; more

arises as a consequence of the right to pray grew out of a easily susceptible to impairment -I niques of testing and diagnosing -Maintenance will be conducted of Mt. Pleasant Methodist between Mende and Adenauer
Supreme Court's deep-seated belief that the by troubles in automotive tech- by W. E. Lee, FAMU supervisor A Workshop in Reading for Scelba and Nenni, Wilson and
Church will be the
which have produced wide- none of the succeeding clauses principal Home
Supreme Court had taken nology.Dr. of custodial services a nd Elementary School Personnel,I than between Goldwa.
apprehension that the will be A will
spread secure. speaker.
variety program ter and
a fundamental right and July 20-August 7, offering three Johnson.
be away Such declaration 0. A. Moore head of the maintenance, and R. E. Webber .
word "God" cannot men- sweeping -
had indeed violated that partof a hours credit will be taught by be held during the evening wor-
tioned in public-school exercises is hardly justified because ,Department of Health and Physical instructor in building con- -
the Constitution which Dr. Elsie H. Wallace who has ship at 7:30 p.m.
Education, will direct a struction. The is through
and that voluntary prayers for one thing, there course spon- The is invited. Sunday School Train-
states that there should be no been leave this from the public "
Health Teacher Education of on year ing.
; -sored for the
may be prohibited in edu- are many ways by which purposes pro-
interference with "the freeexercise"
cational institutions or in con- this right can be as- from June 17-July 15. for viding in-service training for School of Education. -

nection with official activitiesof of religion. The sured without imposing any which three hours credit will begiven. persons employed as school NEWBERRY NEWS
statement of the protesting FILM INTERESTINGThe
the government. established church. Just as Special attention will be custodians and building main- DISTRICT MEETING BEGLN'S The Spiritual Male Chorus

group, however, says: one group respects the rightof directed toward problems, programs tenance employes. Modern tech- The Gainesville District Meet. film, "The Life of the from Archer will present a program -

THE STATEMENT warns "Whatever disagreementssome another group to hold differing activities and resourcesof niques and procedures for school ing of the Church of God in Late President John F. Ken-I at the Mt. Zora Baptist

those who have been agitat- may have with the Bible- opinions, there is every health departments, official plant care and operation w ill 1 I Christ begins today at 8 p.m. nedy" shown at the Friendship I,Church Sunday at 7 p.m.

ing for a constitutional amendment prayer decisions, we believe justification for at least and voluntary health agenciesthat be emphasized.Dr. at the East Side Church of God Baptist Church last Sunday was I' For an evening of fine entertainment

that they are, in effect, strongly that they do not justify tolerating voluntary prayer by mav be utilized by teachers Emma H. KittIes, professor -in Christ and lasts until June both interesting and informa.: plan now to be pres

engaging in something border- this experiment. Accord another body of citizens, health coordinators, super- of home economics, will i 14.The tive. ent.

ing on impropriety.The ingly we urge that Congress whether outside or inside a visors and principals.Dr. teach a course in Advanced I public is invited. I -

statement says: approve no measures to government building in a public Henry E. Finley, chair Tailoring Technical Problems, MISSIONARY BAND NOTICE ROCHELLE NEWS
"American liberties haveVoice amend the First Amendment i REV. W. M. FERGUSON
ceremony. man. Department of Economics.
July 6-24, for which three hours The regular monthly meetingof
and Albert S. Parks, associate college credit will be given. Designed -RECEIVES REAPPOINTMENIRev. I The city-wide Missionary' the St. Paul Cemetery will

professor of history, will direct for in-service personnel, i W. M. Ferguson, pastor Band will meet at Bell's Nur- be held at the Hall Chapel Chapel -

a Workshop on Economic and emphasis in the course will be of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist sery School, Monday at 4 p.m.! Church Sunday at 3

of the Resource-Use June 18-July 3. placed on new developments in Church for the past several The public is invited. I All interested persons p.m.are ask

People (Three hours credit will be given textiles, fabrics recent trendsin years, was reappointed for another i ed to be present.
at the annual
conference -
I for the year
I course concentrating on merchandising and salesman- LACROSSE NEWS I -
i of the Methodist Churchat .
I :community conservation educa- ship and techniques in tailoring I CHOIRS UNION PROGRAMThe
tion., Daytona Beach last Sunday. The Ft. Clark Baptist Church
On The Sun's alterations.A .
Opinion Page Three hours credit or Red Rev. Ferguson's friends wish Choir will render a program at Religious Choirs' Union
I School Lunch Training Pro him continued success.A the Bethel A.M.E. Church Sun- program "Choirs In Parade,"
Opinions and comment of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Cross certification may be earn gram will be directed July 1324 will be held at the St. Paul
must bo signed end bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should ed in the Workshop on Home by Dr. C. A. Ford. The courseis NOTICE day at 3 p.m. Baptist Church with
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Nursing and Infant Care, directed No admission price will be pastor
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or I from June 22-July 10, by Dr. slanted as a training program The Pallbearers' Lodge No. charged, but a free-will offer- Rev. G. Floyd, Monday at 8
latent.Calls. for school lunch person- 54, will meet at the regular ing ,will be taken.
Clinita A. Ford, head of the
Gas Station should be given the greatest reported a fire at the Gaines- Department of Home Economics. -nelProf. meeting place today at 8 p.m. public is invited.

possible degree of support by ville'Nursing Center the other Persons wishing to qualifyfor Beasley will direct an CHOIR FESTIVAL
residents of this area.I Advanced Driver Educa- CfflLDRENPROGRAM OBSERVANCE OF
Safety Threat Red Cross certificates and tion Workshop July 13-31, for The Children's Day programwill ANNIVERSARYThe i The Choirs' Festival will beheld
do not pretend to be fully We were exceedingly pleased not college credit with only needto which three hours credit will be at the Shady Grove SECOND at the Zion Temple A.M.E.

EDITOR, Sun: The news acquainted with the legal as- by the prompt arrival and attend the first two weeks of be t given.A Primitive Baptist Church Sunday United Choirs' Union observes !'Zion Church Sunday at 3 p.m.

(June 3) that a gas station pects of the case, but it would efficient work of the Gaines- the workshop, June %22-July 3. at 5 p.m. its second anniversaryJune 'I The public is invited.IN I
appear that the city (or state) ville Fire Department. The Three hours credit will be given Workshop on Operation, The public is invited. 17 19 at the Bethel !
en the former SAE corner Care and Maintenance of Farm ; I
government' could undertaketo telephone company had our in a Workshop on Special A.M.E. Church. There are six HOSPITAL !
((13th Street and University acquire possession of the disrupted phone connection Problems in Animal Science, di- Machinery will be directed by MRS. MATTIE WATSON choirs in the union. i Mrs. Estelle DeBose, NW 8th <

Avenue) is one virtue step of closer-to property,. for the purpose of working within 45 minutes of rected by Dr. L. E. Evans, professor Dr. W. L. Johnson, July 20 24. Mrs. Mattie Watson of Copeland The public is invited. ,St., is in the hospital. 1

reality by a recent creating a small. public park. the time we called them. of agricultural science. The workshop is offered annually Settlement died Tuesday Mrs. DeBose's friends hope :
decision should ,be, -
court a GEORGE J. FRITZ There were many individualswho June %2- uly 10. The course is by the School of Agriculture after TI long illness. SUNDAY SCHOOLCONVENTION that she will soon be well. f
considerable distressto
sign of came quickly to offer designed primarily for vocational and Home Economics to adult Duncan Brothers Funeral

all citizens. Thanks Helpers help. They are too numerousto agriculture teachers and extension and young fanners. Home will announce funeral ar The Sunday School Convention -PROGRAM S--; I:

Installation of a gas stationon mention, but we wish to workers teaching New Associate professor of agricultural rangements. has been set for June 16 at I A program entitled "ChoirsIn It ItI

this corner is so clearly During Fire thank them, alL Farmers of America and 4-H science. T. T. Lewis will Mt. Pleasant Primitive Baptist Parade" will be presentedat

inimical to the public interest, A. A. OKUS, Club members.A direct a Landscape Manage- NOTICE Church Ft. Pierce, with Rev.S. the Johnson Chapel Baptist

and so obviously a threat to EDITOR, Sun: We wish to Administrator; Workshop for Directing ment Short Course July 2024. "Your Spiritual Breakfast" .' P. Kilpatrick as host pastor. Church Monday at 8 p.m.

pedestrian safety, that opposition take this opportunity to thank KATHERINE, OKUS, R.N. Teachers of Student Teacherswill The purpose of the course is to will be heard over Radio Sta- The subject for the Oratorical : Officers will be elected after

by the city to its construction publicly all those who responded DAVID BIBER, M.D. be conducted, June 22-July encourage improvement of home ion WGGG each Sunday morning contest is "Christian Steward the program. '

should continue, and 'so promptly when we (See VOICE on Page, 5) lop by Dr. W. A. Mercer, pro- and school surroundings in from 7 to 7:30 a.m. ship and Christian Principles I The public is invited.

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) -. -. ,: ; :. ,. advertising brings,the ADVERTISEMENTNewspaper merchants' "showcase" into your home.
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f\\' *(Cbntiaaed : ( / ) er present facilities are ade- > their way'into private schools'I Our. New 'i
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.. Non-C Need o Training U 0 mates our percent Generally high school or the speaking graduates upper about fifth are 20 of high All, ,electricians schools of beauticians the graduates deserve etc., 'secretaries consideration of our- COCKTAIL LOUNGE : .V:;:: UCB m mm V :; :l

accepted as freshmen in our
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colleges and universities providing ,. .' .
t, EDITOR, Su: Much atten- yond high school is concerned,
they are able to
tion'has.been ocused,on college college entrance require-pass .not 'just the upper fifth. Ac- THE For Our Personal!
and urn rsity education ments. If this is correct what cordingly let all of us take re-
over the aas// decade. Vast happens to the 80 per cent newed interest in educationand
see if the tax dollar can CORNISHARMSWill
amounts of'oney have been who.are unable to qualify? be more equitably divided to Brand of Service

( expended In these "afeas to When' the junior college provide better training for .all ,
date and apparently ,;'m ore idea made its appearanceupon our youth. Be Officially Opened on. We Want You To
the education
/ diverted scene 0. M. SHULTZ
w' be
money these area// over the next de was generally understood that MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1964 at 5 p.m. Know Our Employees! ,
cade. each college would have a A 'New Town
technical training divi I.
It has enerally been accepted sion. What happened to this MEMPHIS AP) -,Tenyearold I \
; thft the education profession phase of the plan? Young Amanda Atkins may not HOELTMOA *!
t IBS made a thorough men and women either 'unable keep close tab on. the news but ?
'evaluatitfi of the present and to gain admission or who she has a keen ear for the ra. lnesvI1k,9kn 'a
,future weds of our youth and fail f 0 I lowing a trial per-
i that thep recommendation s iod drift into idleness or accept she finally asked her
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j'I; .Fight Over, Back Plank BarryAccept- Seen.That I Scranton Expanding Backers'Campaigns f' W H YP M 0 EI iAY (

WASHINGTON AP) Backers in the past few days, everyonein

Miller Asks Will of Pennsylvania Gov. William the Scranton cause still is
t : Barry W. Scranton said today
hard at work.
( ) that far from giving up :ope .
J, Gov. Robert E. Smylie of Idaho they are planning to expand "An awful lot can happen be- \

.. I '_ predicted today that Republican their campaign to make him fore convention time at San
But Blockers governors will produce a "lorwardlooking" the Republican presidential Francisco," Schweiker told a'

"*" platform declar- nominee.In newsman. "I think time can be 501 N.W. frit An. Phone 376-7511
Vow Fight Round-Up ation that Sen. Barry Goldwater the face of the snowballingtotal in our favor." '. _
will accept as the GOP pres- of Republican convention u.

: idential nominee. delegate votes committed to "

Just Begun Barry 'Slaps' Nixon Smylie said in an interviewthe Sen. ,Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz.,

: failure of the 16 Republican Richard Peet, chairman of the SELF SERVICE SHOE I STORE I
Nt1U lork iJHmt1 governors to agree on policy National Draft Scranton headquarters -

r CLEVELAND Senator Barry declaration ,during the Governors .
3ui fork Ginit ti. .. indicated .his organization

''i : Goldwater retained his commanding WASHINGTON, Sen. Barry Conference which ended' still may have an ace in FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS

4It lead for the Republican Goldwater gave the back of his Wednesday does not mean the the hole.

:. presidential nomination, \ political hand yesterday to project will be abandoned.The "We have half a dozen proj-
Governors Conference M.n's Genuine NAVY LAST
haveing withstood two stop] "
Richard M. Nixon, saying, ects in the works, Peet saidin
r Goldwater movements at they wound up without producing a
"He's sounding more like Har- an Interview. "We'll make, Compare
national governors' conference old Stassen every day." new moderate opponent for the them known when the time OXFORDS at
conservative Goldwater.Gov. .
1 which ended yesterday. The conservative Arizona comes-and that will be soon." $9.95MEN'S

: In Washington William E. Mil. senator, also had harsh words George Romney of Mich- And one of the earliest congressional SIZES 6 to 12 $

ler, the Republican national for the igan issued a statement that backers of Scrantonfor
i Republican governorswho interpreted by his aides as Block Plain Toe
chairman, declared "the battle was
mounted abortive president, a fellow Pennsyl--
an "StopGoldwater"
is over" and is ob- saying he would fight for a progressive ..
movement in Cleve vanian, Republican Rep. Rich Goodyear Welts
ligated "to unite behind Gold- : platform, but he would
q land. ard S. Schweiker, said that des- I
{ water." not battle Goldwater for the Long Wearing
"It's pretty hard to under- pite developments at the Governor's -
Nonetheless, leaders of a last. presidential nomination.This .Soles
... stand those fellows," he said Conference at Cleveland I
end effort
seemed to
ditch effort for a moderate Re- an
7 at an impromptu confer- \\i
and by former Vice President Richard .
publican platform presidential SANDALS
ence at the capitoL "A lot of World Orthodox
.* candidate insisted before departing M. Nixon to get a moderate i
them j CANVAS
sound as if they were ,
from Cleveland that Republican other than Gov. Nelson !- :

they bad just begun to fight. more Republican intent party on wrecking than in winning the- A. Rockefeller of New York Head CollapsesISTANBUL HOUSE SLIPPERS :1

of into the contest.
Gov. George E. Romney
Michigan and a handful of mod- an.election. But they seem However, Nixon said inLondon Turkey (AP- 'Yo SIZES ''

erate colleagues said the drive DICK NIXON to have run out of 'Stop Gold- that Goldwater does not Patriarch Athenagoras thespiritual
water' votes after all." .. 6 to 12
they launched had gotten have the nomination clinchedand leader of world orthodoxy -

: "meaningful encouragement" .. that Romney has the best collapsed today while of $

from Republican officials in sevleral Filibuster End chance of beating Goldwater. I ficiating at religious ceremoniesand jj$2 ;1 1MEN'S

states. May Open "Goldwater is-odds-on favor. was ordered to bed by his

Members of the hurriedly: ite at this time," Nixon told doctor, a patriarchate spokesman -

formed band of moderates said Dam For Flood of Bills newsmen, "but the jury is still said.

Tat least a dozen. senators .and: out. I would say the question is The spokesman said the e..s

: governors already nave asked WASHINGTON (AP) TheSenate's the Senate. Still the whether he goes ,over the top patriarch, 78, was suffering
I to join their loose and as yet Senate has this next week." from overwork and had a
becision to end TENNIS and BOAT
the civil been known to act in a hurryon
:leaderless organization. rights filibuster break bills. Most Republican governors "fainting spelL"
The conservative SenatorGoMwater's may money seemed to with Smylie,
agree The Istanbul Cum
the newspaper
legislative dam hold-
open of the
Many President's
x :: vote in the Senate ma- who said he, thinks Goldwater '
however that
ing back a flood of major ad- huriyet reported ,
jor proposals are in favorable
against the closure nomination locked I OXFORDS '
-yesterday ministration has the up. Athenagoras bad suffered a
measures. to be $66
:resolution to permit an early position acted on quicklyafter The conference elected Gov.
L, The action Wednesday cer- the civil battle heart attack. But the paper
the civil rights bill serv- rights of Nevada, a
vote on Grant Sawyer ,
quoted patriarchate sources as Perfect for outdoor
tainly brightened the outlook,for ends. activities SIZES I
=ed to dramatize the contentionof final Democrat, to succeed GOP Gov. saying the patriarch's ,heart. thick cushion To
adjournment Congresswell Among them these 6 12
are : to
moderates that their fight isITover Anderson Jr. of Kansas as w4g i
condition again normal and, insoles non-skid soles.
before -
the November
presi- 1. Federal aid
for developmentof } Values !o i _
and not personal- mesota
It picked'M
principle chairman.
he was resting at his residence.
,I dential and congressional elec-
mass transportation $6.951
pro with
lties. for next year's meeting, Athenagoras and Pope Paul
tions. ; '
grams in urban areas. R has
Hatfield of will
Governor Mark 0. that Minneapolis i
VI: met last January during thePope's
House Speaker John W. McCormack passed the Senate and is on the
the major- '
Oregon was among be the site.
pilgrimage to the Holy
,in D-Mass., said pros- House calendar.
of Republican governors Italian Sandals
Land. It the first .
was meetingof
characterized the pects are good for adjournmentby 2. A package of antipoverty ,
k 1.Cleveland who
Aug. 22, the Saturday proposals. It has HorseMAYSVILLE Guide a Roman Catholic pontiff and
: Goldwater vote as "unfortu-. pre- won aproval] andFLATS
Tnate." ceding the opening of the Dem- of a House committee and may an Orthodox- patriarch in five Q

While conceeding that their ocratic National Convention in be cleared for House action by Ky. (AP) centuries. 0

-effort had started late and ac- Atlantic City. the Rules Committee next week. Traveling with your horse this NOTICE OP FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO REGISTER ,

: that most politi- He added, however, that it 3. Federal assistance for,area summer? Then you might need Pursuant to Section 145.W. Florida .
L knowledging Statutes notice U. hereby liven that the ONLY- ani
might be for Con- advice on where to stay.
the necessary : This bill passedthe some ,
cians regard it as futile, undersigned E. A. 1 A. W. Reece
wed gress to return for a brief wind- Senate ,and was approvedby And help seems to be on the doing business undar the firm name of
T moderate leaders rev i e Coffee Break Service, GlnesWib" Alachoe SIZES
state-by-state lists of national up,between the end of the con- the House Banking Committee way The Chamber of Com County, Florida Intends to register $3

convention delegates commit- vention and Labor Day. last year. merce here received a letter said of the fictitious aforesaid name Statute.under the previsions 4to 10

Goldwater and Should the Senate finish with I 4. Foreign aid. The House asking for information on placesin Dated at Gainesville. Florida* this ,11.
ted to Senator 27th nay of A.D. .
May. "
the civil'rights bill the end the area that lodge horses. USE OUR LAYAWAY I
,contended that more than 200 by Wednesday passed a bill extending -: E. A. Reece
of next week, House leaders the authorization G. P. Monard, a Colorado resI- A. W. Reece
< of them would switch by convention (3370) 5.28 6:1,11,18NOTICE
: time, July 13, to an alternate hope to speed it to President the program, subject to appropriations i dent who requested the -information UNDER FICTITIOUS Open-Monday thru Saturday 9 'til $

I candidate. Johnson before the recess pre in a later measure. said he was compilIng NOTICE IS HERESY NAME LAW GIVEN"'that the Closed ,Sundays thru June, July andAu)
I Tentatively, the plan of t he ceding the'start' of the'.Republi: The program, wilt be extended a book, "Travel Guide for undersigned desiring to ogee* In bull'less MIIY
moderates is first to arouse effective can.National Convention- -in San and financed,'as usual, but the Horses" to aid those travel- Gainesville, Florida Northwest, under the 13ItI name Street.Clf MAIN STIN .
Francisco on ,July 13. ing with their steeds. GATORLAND LOUNGE. intends to
t fight over its scope min
support among Republicans ister the said name with the CterkTt FOOD FAIR SHOPPING CENTER
at the "grass roots" level Top priority will be, given to into the final hours of the ses LEGAL NOTICEThe the Clrcult. Court of Alecnva: county
University of Florida will receive rlOTlO*
conferences and speeches 12 annual appropriation bills sion. bids for the general diu of commod- THAINE L COATES
through the civil measure ties .> Indicated below. Interested bidden Herbert J. Jones SELF SERVICE SHOE STORE
i during the next two or three once rights 5. Pay raises for federal em- may obtain forms apedfleatfonsand Bates & JonesAtt0orneys

weeks. Then they aim to fight clears the Senate. These bills ployes. Defeated once by the ether Information Division Room by contacting 106 Tigert the (for 394 Thllne L. CoeN- .

( for platform espousing pro- provide operating funds for the House, it has been toned'' down Hall.Purchasing University of Florida Gainesville Gainesville Florida
a !
(3355)5:21. M; t:4, jf S
I federal Florida.
for the fis- and
and after government presumably is headed for
I gresive principles, 64- -Meat and Staples bids open every
to "draft" one:cal year starting July 1. enactment.The Tuesday 10:00 .
that they expect
\ Ten of them already have one big administration 44.Hospital Monday 3:00UI3Lumber SwppHe bids open every
of their number-probably a"governorfor i
been passed by the House and in 11:00 June 11. 194S4P47
the nomination. proposal difficulty would setup .Continuous

I Meanwhile the well organized another is slated for passage a program of medical care ;. Forms YC'' 2:80 June 1.., 1N4S4444teel ; LIQUORS FOR LESS
BuTMing 10.30 June 23 1H4
week A filibuster
next has
for the
Goldwater' forces today were : prevented elderly through higher T. N Wells'

',tightening their_ operation, rechecking i action on any,of them in ,Social :Security payments.Westinghouse U31/14/.rwlrector ef Purchasing

and firming up their ImportedHAIG

delegates lists, and looking At

' state ahead Republican to from probably the few conventions.psychologicalboosts remaining THESE TREMENDOUS VALUES V MILLHOPPERPACKAGE \; y HAIL

Dr. BraswellCommissioned HAVE MADE GORDON'S FAMOUSI.Alway 5 STAR


Dr. Harold Morris BrasweH the Best Quality.a.Lowest Prices!! I

Jr., of Gainesville was recently 16th Boulevard at, I' I
t' commissioned as a Navy lieu- the Millhopper Road $ .'
tenant commander in the medical I 4

corps. /;y\( FREE PARKING I 5thSeagram's
: He was sworn in at the Jack h'1 Ei'f. ,

I sonville recruiting station and 4. t cofFY lli DRIVE-IN /

i fc will attend the Naval School oft > WINDOW JT e'' Your Choice CLUB 400
Aviation Medicine at Pensacola. Y am
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t. .. The University of Florida will receive s't3,Q x w e. CHARTER OAK PINTSCUBBY'S 1
bids for the general class of commodl. : ,
ties as Indicated below.I Interested bid-
obtain forms specifications
.,Bother Information by contacting the
(I Purchasing 106. Tlgert '
I .Hell U ve rs Ivblol.Rrba. Gainesville 'M. ji
Flartda. I
,. 4> Me.t and Staples bids open every ,
Tuesday 10:00 Click Radio 'j'jOdg ; .
I, :44- Hospital Supplies bids open very &-PiIeI Set -- w '
Monday 3:00
"|4-rV52 T1Ie University Record 11:>> Crown .
June 25. 1U4 'B
Uniform 10:30 June 30. MM $1 Old $141I
1TM Staples YC 10:30 July 2. MM
i, .44-17 Foods YC; 11.00 July 2, 1'M
6411 Fleets YC 2 00 July' 2, 1 M44W GIN \ :
I : Mobile Prefab Aluminum office and 88$ Down Only $1 WaoklyConcwthtH I I Umft 1, Set to a Customer $ 89
e' classroom building 11:00 June U 1'64 ..... ,
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T. N. Wells awl. ..fWineei'd Aerderelr a e.ee.
e Director of Purchasing Uv at this tow pncal eAla 4 eeeanle. .rrw oleoetM 1 \
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,. .. (]AU) 6:11.11NOTICE Of SHERIFF'S SALE I I $. 79 k

ty virtue of an Execution Issued out s 5th ]
of the Court of Record of Alechua < : /
Florida In the : %
County case of Goddartf.Inc. :
t versus William Owens d-b-a Florida Filch :
If Radio & T.V. dated May *. 1H3 I a .
have levied upon the .following. property.
t :to wit:
1951 Chevrolet Panel Truck. 'Tag co .
.,- 11GK-2103. Motor No. JAM11SOS4.M ?
.f Serial No. SJJ12233 I
: .And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County. 6niirnl'.1f .
j Florida will on Thursday the 2nd day I
N .of July 1'". between the noun bf: I =
1100 ajn. and 2:00 p.m In front of the
t I4 .'North. door of the Courthouse at Gainevvtlle. _
Alachua County. Florida offer for ,
*tale said property and sell the same to .
"the highest bidder for cash to satisfy '
1 .*a4 pay said execution fees and aster
I The property having been levied
h upon
.by me and will be sold as the property EASTMAN KODAK

D''f'\t ..'.( the J.Alachua defendant.M. Crevasse.County. Jr.Florida. Sheriff 3rcMatched Luggage Set Iststic Camera Outfttl5 VODKA I .I

''I :: By Novaiene M. Hoon D. S.
.C33M '4. 11. It. 25 ta .
NOTICE Of SALE 3 $29" ,
I,! 4ITO. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Pieces = 04 / $
You w* hereby notified that thepubic
') a meov veNcte mi l cftuT '
I Somm will be Mid at 38$, Down-Only $1 Wee ego Down=$4 A Month 3'i!
l It rule at 9:. ton. rctock: on it* m* .
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! !.. IN ulo will be enrttod to the .
eymeftt of the costs of retaking. .totinggfleet
if;;' and Ml* of said motor vehicle and the : i

J 1 teat'.MA of*.publication me satisfaction notice the of sale balance and MERCHANTS AMERICA GMIMlE jig r.iI I I ,,5th \
\ < -.,. under the concert .. 'Eddie '.It I \
1 i *Manns. 2143 NE ntt' Place Gainesville .G ORDON' 1222 NORTH MAIN ST. --:----_-.--.:. ,. .
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*Fla. covering the financing el said motortvehicte.
r r' I' Any surplus, will.. be..paid. to QU T.ITl" .r"JY./il.111lS Shop 9-9 ,Mon. Thru Sot. .,
lIP '
1 for
you and you '
Any balance remaining IIftPIWrider EXPERT WATCH RKPAIft, Phone, 375-8446 .Y .
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t* 1IJ NE Utti Avenue .1 '
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'; :Vocational" Training Plans Judge. 1liurphreeGains. ..- Post, On UF! Foundation ,

f Circuit Judge John. A. H.' A nonprofit corporation established dation is the successor to the ITS

!E :rFor County Due Reviewa Murphree has been named a to aid in the genera-''University of Florida Endow I
member of the,Finance and Endowment -\tion of private support of the'l'ment Corporation,. established damranlfe MONEYMAKING
'vo-f'. t University of Florida, the Foun- in 1934.
A njrkshop/pn": vocational .
: ;;? gram. .Committee of the University -
training-in A chug- County I Dr. Harvey K. Meyer, radio I 'of Florida Foundation, MOVES MERCHANDISE
schools will 6& held Time Set For TomorrowMiss
> today a ,and television division dean for Inc., it was announced by Dr. Story
J ; 8 p.m. at Guaranty Federal-, 220 the Florida Institute of Continuing Clyde 0. Anderson of St. Petersburg
! N,:>IainSL ,, Studies, will review feasible Foundation President. Story time for children from Alice Haines and Mrs. t
Mrs. i plans lor a vocational educa- 3 to 7 will be held at the Gain- Marilyn Ware students in the -===r-rrrllir-rrrIFmr! !
.' :. Glemj Hoffman, chairman tion Judge Murphree is also a College of Education of the University TIME AT g gGUARANTY"
i: of the education committee program. member of the Board of Di: esville Public Library tomorrow of Florida, will be the
I'I: .,_b In charge of the 'pro- The meeting Is public. rectors of the Foundation. afternoon from 3:15 to 4 o'clock. storytellers. I,

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ID (O. mEn C ( I HUD THE I .f fThfflILYFarewell Y . :Scott-Craft Calendar Of EventsTODAY : easy ADVERTISEMENTAn way to increase your ,11JS I!

I June 11 FRIDAY, June 12 family Income is by selling 1'I

I II Gainesville of Women Pilot Club luncheonmeet.ing Make a list'then phone 372-8441 .
Vows Exchanged League things aren't using with the t 1
I Ruth Weimer Women's Editor.. I Voters Education Work- noon, Primrose Inn. Gainesville Sun Classified Ads. .ti I
shop, 8 pjn., Guaranty Fed
SATURDAY June 13 to ad. :
place your
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Restaurant followed the cere- eral Savings and Loan Association 1
House Staff Wives Club, Cro-
Given whose marriage took place June mony. building. Golf-Swim and Supper Club If your payments are getting i
Party 6 at the University Lutheran Mrs. Evelyn Smith of Ambler, delinquent, Classified Ads bring t
I Party, 4 pjn., Mrs. Willim En-
Church are making their homeat Pa., grandmother of the bride, CoIf Rebekah. Lodge No. neking, 1641 NW 12th Road. you extra cash FAST '.
4123 NW 12th Terrace. was an out-of-town guest for 2 8 Hall I
A farewell party was given p.m., Odd Fellows ,
-w Pastor Norman E. Kieffer the, wedding and bridal dinner. I
recently by Mrs. William Or \ j 740 SE 2nd Avenue.
performed the double ring ceremony The bride chose a pink suit
Hall to compliment Mrs. .
ange ., before an altar ,adorned and white accessories for a wedding !
Felix ,
John D. Wells and Mrs. i :; You Will
I Muehlner. with white roses. trip to South Florida. Prettier

Miss Donna Dee Faxon was Mrs. Scott was'' graduated RidgellGreene'Nuptials I
: Mrs. Wells and her family I
soloist and Lee Otto _was or- from,Gainesville High School, without unwanted hair
will leave soon to estabish' a where she was a member of I "Like a story book ending ." A young
home in Washington, D. Read i lady said the other day. She was refer
The bride Miss Future Secretaries Association, .
while Mrs. Muehlner and C'I "r ring to having those. excess hairs removed ?r
family will leave next month, ; ; Sandra Lee Craft, is the daugh-I Civinettes, and of.Co opera- Mr. and Mrs: Thomas M. from her face. She too, thoughtshe \
I ter of Mr. and Mrs. tive Business Education.The Ridgell were married June did not have the courage to face it,
spend a year in Khartoum, Su 5.1. on but she did and you will too. once you I
Minier. bridegroom attended 6 in Folkston' Ga. I make up your mind to have this work ,
dan.Both Dr. Wells and Dr. Muehlner The bridegroom Is the son of Gainesville High School, where done. Edmund Dwyer, experienced Electrolog'st. -
I '
are associate professorsin Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scott. he was a member of Future The bride, formerly Miss I : can render this service in a

the University of Florida College Given in marriage by her father Farmers of America. He is employed ,.Sharon A. Greene. is the daugh.ter I .most is adhered pleasing to. manner.Call FR Strictest 2.8039 for privacy appointment.
of I
of Business Administration.Dr. *4P: lu the bride wore a white by Perry C. McGriff Co. Mr. and'Mrs. Henry A. .

Wells has accepted a position -' lace afternoon dress, white pill Greene. '

I as Project Director for box with a short veil, and car Piano Classes The 'bridegroom is the son of: EDMUND DWYERELECTROLOGIST

Area Redevelopment Adminis- ried a bouquet of lavender roses Mr. and Mrs. Mac Ridgell. He'' 1

tration with the Institute of Defense centered with a lavender or is stationed with the U. S. Navy 107 W. University Ave. Ph. FR 2.809OiLV..IOR'S

Analyses in Washington.The chid. Scheduled By j in Norfolk, Va.,
I ii 'VI Attending the bride was Miss ..
Wells and their sons, i ,_ Alice Raye Griggs, maid of Mrs. Davies -
Bill, John, Dan and David ex- : g: chiffon \
honor. She wore a pink
to leave for the east later ..
pect :f h dress and pink flowered hat Piano classes for adults,

I this month. & i4 ,.t Her bouquet was of pink. carna- junior and senior high school "

Dr. Muehlner, who will be on ,1' ,' tions. students including beginnersand

leave of'absence from the ,UF, 1 Richard B. Brooker was best' advanced will be given students -

will be a visiting professor at man. The bride's brother Rich during the summer school! I I ,

the new University of Khartomfor e ard C. Craft, was acolyte, and session, at Gainesville High .
a year. He, Mrs. Muehlner; the ushers were Kenneth School. ,' if.\ ; ("}.u..tJ Vl.t<<.i ..' '"'"1'" ....

1 and the latter's son, John Hin- ; : 'L er and Kenneth Hines. Brook-I Mrs. Helen Davies will teach ,' ":- .......'l\. <1,'-" ./:.

nant, will fly to the Sudan in The bride's mother a, the classes in the Chorus Roomof I '\S I
late July r. blue sheath dress and a white' the school. !rJ. .
.... flowered hat, and the bridegroom's Lessons- are scheduled oncea ':.,
Mrs. Hall entertained some a.iIK; -"'- ; ..
mother chose a pink _
week' for six weeks
30 close friends of the honor Mrs. Orange William Hall, center, presented party begin- '
and white sheath dress. Both Lr
guests with a brunch given at gifts to Mrs. Felix Muehlner, left, and Mrs. John D. white carnation ning Monday. Fee for' the classis -...
wore \:1
her home. Spring flowers were Wells, right, during a recent brunch she gave .in corsages. $5.
used to adorn the tables. their honor.Brides' Dinner Follows Ceremony. I Registration may be made by \" _
calling Mrs. Davies or the GHS '..
*A dinner at the Tower House I office through Monday.OgHvie I ,'-.,", 111Ac
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TODAY June 11 p.m., Mrs. Donald Rothwell, oring Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pap. I t ','--- "'I", \." :!!. \ 4 Pl
Dinner honoring Miss Ann Primrose Inn.SATURDAY pas of Baltimore, 5:30 to 8:30p. : OJL ,, ."..s';.: L. ".. M', : % ) .
Jean Fishback of Orlando and June 13 m., by the bride's parents, S tZJm' ,,,' '... / i .f1 \

her fiance, John Franklin Ben. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. 3 StepsjI t o HaujBeauty ...."', : ..

net, Mr and Mrs. C. Addison Wedding of Miss Nancy Mims, 2525 SW Eighth Drive. ,. ....-

Pound Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Katherine Becker and Law- .. .%
Tea complimenting Miss i ) If
Harry Duncan at the Pound son Dewayne Tucker, 3 p.m., .". : \
home, 1647 NW 19th Circle. McCaul Chapel of the First Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of o : .. '. % axe f #
Baptist Church, reception following Wayne Rickman, 3 to 5 p.m., : .,. /j ...

FRIDAY, June 12 at church. Mrs.' R. M. Palmer, Mrs. Ed- ... .. ... Shampoo ., ..' .
win H. Jones, Mrs. R. H. .
Dinner Mr. and
honoring Wedding of Miss Dorothy Howard 1126 NW 16th : !
Mrs. Dean of Baltimore .
Pappas, .
Ogilvie Shampoo for
Corinne Tyre, daughter of Mr. nue. .
7 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. i" :
Tinted and Bleached Hair .
Harry Duncan and Mr. and and Mrs. Park Trammel Tyre I
New : \
Mrs. Bill Bostain at the for. and Herman Joseph Saat- Kitchen or Conditioning Shampoo : \

mer's home, 2620 SW Eighth of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. .with Protein ,

Drive kamp Jr., of Knoxville, son ShowerIs 12 oz..a $3.00 value $ I

Rehearsal dinner complimenting Saatkamp Sr., of Knoxville, a '- s

7:30 p.m., First BaptistChurch.
Miss Dorothy Tyre Reception following Given F'd
and their Herman Saat-
in the lower auditorium of the
kamp Jr., of Knoxville, 7:30 church. I To compliment Miss Dorothy' > l ez :.1I t

p. m., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. I Tyre, bride-elect of Herman'I Setting Lotionfor .: 1

Saatkamp Sr. of Knoxville.Bride's Bridesmaids luncheon, 12:30 Saatkamp Jr. of Knoxville, a all hair types or I r .'

luncheon p.m., Miss Jan Purvisand kitchen shower was given recently New Ogilvie Setting Lotion I ; / _
honoringMiss I ...
Nancy Katherine Beck. her mother, Mrs. E. Pur- by Mrs. R. H. Christens f r Gray Hair .' ,
vis, Holiday Inn. Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Videon who! '
er, bride-elect of Lawson ._ s. .
Dewayne Tucker, 12:30 p.m., Rehearsal dinner honoring entertained at the former's I 80Z.$150
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Mrs. Elbert Voss, HolidayInn. Miss Jan Purvis and their son home. '. E* :. s 1 K

Jack Bennett Ramsey, Mr. Following bridal games, Miss I, . .3 S ray... ... _. .'..'....-..'. .. ;; 5.4S
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. at ,
Bridesmaids luncheon hon Tyre opened her gifts beside a: 1 ..
the dining room of the Cal- "
oring Miss Dorothy Tyre, replica of an old-fashioned wood
! vary Baptist Church.Postwedding JgiMe Spray Set for At
bride-elect of Herman Saat I stove. t
kamp Jr. of Knoxville, 12:30: reception hon- Normal Hair or Spray Set '
The refreshment table, laid '
for Hard I'ar
-to'Hold Hair ,
v, with a. cut-worjc cloth, was centered -i ,\. ;

I with an arrangement ofI Large size plus refillable$ )5Q
LangfordLutenALACHUA yellow daisies and chrysanthe-j, 'purse size,a $3.25 value,

mums flanked by candelabra j! B-L COSMETICS
Mrs. J. O. the engagement and approaching Eye-catching Sz
holding yellow tapers. .
I Langford of Alachua announces marriage of her daughter,

Miss Barbara Ann Langford, to Guests include the 'honoree, beach bonnets _S

Sidney Luten Jr., son of Mr. her mother Mrs. P. T. Tyre, __
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and Mrs. H. S. Luten of Jack- and her sister, Miss Denis Tyre, x. Head for beach or backyard : LenS

\ sonville. .Mrs. Vivien I Rariden Kesterson Lily protected by a woven ft
Mrs. B. G. Halverson, straw hat with matching pref.IIII'
Miss Langford was graduatedfrom sash tie or fashion trimming.
Mrs. D. E. Norwood, Mrs. Bill
Santa Fe High School and
Strawn, Mrs! Robert Scarbor-
I is employed by an auto agencyin THE STORE WITH MORE Cool, crisp cottonsleeveless
y Mrs. Dan
ough, Laird, Mrs.H .
: G. Broome, Miss Eleanor
1302 NORTH MAIN STREET blouses
Luten was graduated Broome, Miss Berry Matthis, -

from Andrew Jackson High Miss Sandy Goins and Miss Tops in style and
School, Jacksonville, and is Ann Johnson. I 15 fort! Scooped collared summer or s
employed by an oil company.The gan necklines in white with tnm10 0
'I broidery, solids prints. -
wedding will be an I

event of June 28 at noon in Play it cool in

the Alachua Methodist Church.,
All friends and relatives are I 1 : shorts

invited to attend the wedding.A : Jamaica

a C
1I luncheon will be given by with aide pockets 11 front Sizes '
the bride's mother at her home I great diamond 10.18,1.99.Also |99

for the wedding party followingthe tasolids, pnnts. 10185bM andM
I! Miss Barbara Ann Langford ceremony.

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Guest :1 Pre-Nuptial Parties 1 r BridgeI I' ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A


''i Women Wed Honor CoupleConcluding I NotesBy FLORIDA Swimming Pool!

I pre nuptial lese, Another pre nuptial ,party
tivities honoring Miss Wanda feting,the bride-to-be was given JOHN E. CRAFT Rivers Construction Co.
Singer Jan Purvis and her fiance, Jack by Mrs. A. L. McCullars, who Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs. W. by .

To Power Bennett Ramsey, will be given entertained at her home with a D., Macdonald were first place A
QUALITY POOL Backed by a
i this weekend. I miscellaneous shower. winners in the Monday even-
iii ing game of the Gainesville FULL ,5 YEAR WARRANTY
iii II Miss Purvis, daughter of Mr.! The hostess was assisted in Bridge Club at the Recreation

I, By CARL HARTMAN too small. Sometimes, when and Mrs. E. L. Purvis, and Mr.I the courtesies by her daughter, Center with 100 match points. I 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

BONN, Germany (APLuIse -there is no official function they Ramsey, son of the J. C. Ram- Mrs. G. W. Robinson. There were eight and one half Priced at $3,000 to $3,500

Erhard,wife of West Germ- sit quietly at "officers' skat'a seys, will exchange their wed- Rose and gladioli were com- tables in play and the average I NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
any's chancellor is two-handed ding vows Sunday at 2:30 p. m. score for North-South pairs
a motherly version of a pop- bined in the floral decorationsfor j
lady in her mid--O's with a solid !- ular German card game. Other in the Calvary Baptist Church the party, attended by 45 was 84, for East-West 94.
followed by a reception.The Mrs. Fred I
university degree in business evenings Erhard likes to guests. Hull and Mrs. R.
Filter Skimmer Pool Brush Board
System Diving
administration to her credit. work, read, listen to classical bride elect and her W. Fountain were North-South -
L; Refreshments served with Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner]
Consequently, she is quite up records or discuss economic mother will entertain Friday were runners-up 97%, while i
to a discussion on economIcs problems. afternoon with the bridesmaids from .a lace covered-table centered Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and Mrs. Leaf Net

with her,husband, Ludwig Er- Always in command of his luncheon at 12:30: p. m. in the I with a punch bowl en- W. E. Baringer were third CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
hard, the man considered to be .masculine companionship West Holiday Inn.Saturday circled by greenery. with 93#. ,
the architect of the country's Germany's new chancellor is I Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Woodwardled RIVERS ,CONSTRUCTION CO.

postwar prosperity. shy in the company of women. rye,, evening, Mr. and the East-West contingent
His predecessor Chancellor The couple has always prefer Mrs. Ramsey will entertain witha with 129, followed by Mr. and 1909 EAST 5th STREET

Konrad Adenhauer gave him the red to spend their leisure together dinner honoring Miss Purvis You can get both white and Mrs. Jay A. Jones, Jr. with 106, I DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
post of economic minister when although there has not and their son preceeding the rehearsal red wine vinegar; choose, the and Miss Bernice Brenke and l! 622-7048 FLA.
the Bonn government'was form- been much leisure for either The dinner will take white variety when you want Mrs. B. M. Tench with 1034. I ,
lately. V place in the church dining room: to keep a salad dressing pale ;i I --- -

Despite her broad economics '
Parties Fete Bride-to-be in color.
ri 'xf4X education,Mrs. Erhard never I
offers her husband any advice. Complimenting Miss Purvis, II I

Her aim is to remain a good a i miscellaneous shower was i ii i I June Bride Specials

1 3 a and sincere listener. r + given; last night by Mrs. George Ever serve your family spa- i
"If there is something I don't Lindsey, Mrs. Allen Reeves ghetti dressed with nothing I
understand," she says, "I ask and Mrs. Carl O'Berry at the : _
than butter and
more !
for an explanation. But criticism L Lindsey home.
"- *- Parmesan cheese? If you use
: ? No-if there is I
anybody Miss Diane Weldon, folk The hostess presented the lots of butter and cheese you'll ", .
to criticize him, they must
be whose singer, has returned from honoree with a silver plate. find this is a delectable dish I'I
iMRS. people job it is more
than mine." from Covington, Ky., where Spring flowers formed the and so easy to prepare. II
centerpiece for the serving table 2 S
Broken FamiliesShe she was invited to appear dur- ,.,
which was laid with a lace j <., "' -- nrS Fr.
also can furnish him firsthand ing the National Folk Festi- cloth. I DO PEOPLE ACCUSE .'...,;,,,
t YOU .
data. She is to be seen val Saturday afternoon ,and
About 30 high school friends of Ignoring them? This could be due
regularly in Bonn's old market I
evening and also during the to a hearing loss you may net
square, filling her shopping bag of the bride elect, who was realize you have.
special religious I
LUDWIG ERHARD among hundreds of other house- program graduated from Gainesville I GAINESVILLEHEARING
wives. Sunday. Miss Weldon and her High School last week, attended AID CO.
L ed in September, 1949. Then I 620 N. Main FR 6-OW5
Adenauer's retirement broughtthe Frau Erhard's two daughtersone parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. the shower.

number 2 man into the number by her first marriage, one W. Weldon.Sr."made"the trip
1 position.But by Erhard-are both married. by plane. P OPLE BELIEVE IN MAY TAG .
A of hers lives with
like most wives of the
them, a student at Bonn University The singer has appearedat f
German politicians Luise Er- r } a r?.. .y 4 rer
hard stays In the background. ; specialty, economics.Her the Florida Folk Festivalfor
main interest is the care !
Ludwig "Lulu" Erhard and the '
of children who come from past It) years and also M
Luise "Lu" Lotter were child-
broken families who have festivals in Alabama Geor-
or i
hood friends in the little Bavar
been taken from their
ian town of Fuerth. They met parentsby gia and Tennessee. She singson
again at the Nuernberg Trade court order. She keeps a special -
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"children's villages," television programs in 4 Cycle
eye on
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now, on a.hill overlooking Bonn, Selector y 239 95
still has much of the furniture $
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with which they began their' @

married ment life Fuerth.in a little An official apart i.Po tC dk Safety Lid Switch @
near '
residence for the chancellor isbeing ,
built but will not be readyor >aw CABINET WITH FM-AM AND -M STEREO RADIO

; some months.At ON THE SPOT
2 p.m. Erhard usually goes fr Your Choice of Credit Plans 6-speaker Total Sound Stereo system-two 12" Dia- k
: I home for lunch with her, only phonic duo-cone speakers and four 3Vi tweeters. I

about a 10-minute drive in his i1R .. The VARIETY STORE Studiomatic record changer plaaI size records of .
official black Mercedes with a t41 $ Z-G speed automatically' or manually) as desired
me-car police escort. ON THE SQUARE ?:?' :: new pressure limiting pick-up prefects'

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''i.i found an easy way to get rid greater efficiency ,Feather Action Tone Arm
[ of them. I take a screwdriver Amazing pressure limiting pick-up guards

, dip It in a small jar of records against audible needle scratch
New Cars Service Facilities Used Carsto
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Within a few days the dandelions -: Pay Only
are dead and the I enable us to improve our efficiency in handling both *.les and service $161OUR
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way for using approved weed I H I ,

killers etc. _

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My children used to come in,I Continues All This Week STORE

t one at a time, each day and I USED CARS
ask "What are we having for *
dinner?" j I Fabulous Savings 7 SE. FIRST WON

,By the time I had answered'

t the:,same question about four I' ,. No Down Payment THE SQUARE
tfcnes; .it was rather annoying.I CO. PHONE 3765348We
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store: bang it over the.table! 24 Mis. 'T. PIY.e "Seme.S U"i

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,- 10 Gainesville Sun Thursday June 11, ._
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'Presidential'Scholars .,'"1.'

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HonoredBy SPECIAL!

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By FRANCES LEWINE tenor Nicholas di Virgilio and i iI iI iI
the Kingston Trio, who had I iI Pdec
come to entertain them. I
dent Johnson heaped praise, The government spent $40.- I NY' ON TRICOT SET .
lavished the hospitality of the n
000 to bring the students and wi >t
White House and gathered an
I ORIG. 5.95
their parents to Washington for
array of famous Americans to presentation of a bronze medal-I i i iI EACH PC.SALE.
honor 121 high school graduates lion, designed by I I II

'picked ment as for the nation's intellectual first attain-"pres- sculptor specially Jacques Lipchitz. I i'I I! LI ::11

idential scholars." I I I II I II I S\ 3.99* H i

No money went with the 1 "AND DELIVER ME I j\

award. But the five hours these FROM FLORIDA I ., 7 EACH PIECE
youngsters spent in the White
House last evening was historic PEST CONTROL"THEY'RE I I- 11 SOLID ;

and unforgettable. -a..t f1&... I- ; '140 COLOR
They met the President and
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his family in formal and informal -II 1
t ,1f: WHITE
mood. wandered
They -1&0 y NAVY & !
the of the
through stately rooms
\ I ,. ( I Ii RED AND .
White House and got a look at I I PINK &
the Johnsons' pet beagles.And \ \ ROSE.
they mingled with such Z )) L._ _
famous personalities as actress .
Helen Hayes, poet Ogden Nash, ,A The complete
-' sleep
choreographer George Balan- /Iy
( f : : : y wardrobe for
chine, physicist J. Robert, Op- / '. the longest trip!
penheimer, astronaut Navy '
Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard Jr., and .:'.;,:' .,I. tubs in seconds
novelist Harper Lee. / o ON BUGS! ,>i,.. dries in minutesno
i -.; ironingneeded
i ever
i Before the party was over,
\ Johnson and his wife came down I! a Color:
I from seats on the Truman bal-I I| I t fabulous hat values I TEAL/WHITE
cony to stretch out on the cool t
grass of the couth lawn to! textured swiss straws in flattering stylesChoose PINK/ROSE
watch the Kingston Trio in the, ROBES.
final act of an evening outdoor yours from a wide variety of up-to-the-minute shapesat Orig. 6.00
, show put on for the scholars. this tiny price. They're made from shiny swiss braids in a Sale 3.99
Not many of the students saw delightful texture. Discover every flattering shape big brims, 6. 8 8 PJ's
the President as he relaxed be- side-tilts, rollarounds, sailors and many more! Black, white beige Orig. ,600.
) cause it was dark and they were I navy. Head sizes 22 and 23. These are truly the biggest ORIG. 10.99-12.99 Sale 3.99

II :. crowded watching around the show.him later But, whenl FR 6-2661 fashion bargain of the year don't miss them. S-M-L 32 to 40.

2nd Floor
r'f he came forward to tell them" Millinery Shop- 1
', "I'm going to bed tonight knowing Lingerie Shop-
that the country is stronger !t
I 2nd Floor
e Li;::
I : and in safe hands as long as
we have people like stu
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{ The President's older daughter -':

Lynda, 20, presided at an'
outdoor hamburger dinner,) '&# 7 FROSTY WHITE LINEN
served on paper plates under; I Z
'I the trees where Caroline Ken-
li nedy's play school used to be.! OPEN TIL NAUTICALLY STYLED
And, while they ate, the scholars I
I ; gathered to chat with com; 9 TONIGHT! .
poser-pianist Leonard Bernstein I I
Is actors Sidney Poitier and Jose''' 5.99 i. the'
t Ferrer, the Gerry 'Mulligan i I
Quartet, Metropolitan Opera,!

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No watching when cook' ,..
; that beef stew in the oven. ,
I Beef Oven Stew Baked Potatoes,, \ ;-i\:: : \ SIZES: 7-15. ,
I f ,+ Y. why toke two wUn on*and
Salad Bowl Bread Tray I GAY AS HAWAII, ; only MM Will dot If"Soiftftkinfl
Strawberry Shortcake Beverage''' 1 t N.w" alright a kngUgpoiirf
with a M p-h tricot
BEEF OVEN STEW I Budget Dress Shop-2nd Floor '- mini-pant.And maps aret
i 2 pounds boneless chuck beef,' placed to toot yovll nvr
in 2-inch chunks TROPICS THESE know th./r. *tr..Tfc.,.'.
f 1 teaspoon salt I 4' a tummy smoothing Byte

V4 teaspoon each pepper and' SMARTLY STYLED marquMttt. front panel and
,.' .
Garlic saltteaspoon a rtlitforcfrd back pan L MocU
H dried basil Y of nylon end Jew,.&.'?
\ 2 medium onions, sliced thin I SWIM SUITS BY "NOBLE QUEEN" Chtmttrand Uo."C"
I : ? spandcx.There are two! ngff*
3 medium carrots in thin I rI
I rounds 1 FAMED HAIR DRYERS -one for Hit average body ipaa
and one for the long span.WhiU,
1 beef bouillon cube dissolvedin
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34 cup boiling water I Kamehameha I I 10.95 & 12.50
) 1 can ((8 ounces) tomato sauce 12.,88 LengthFoundations

Cut away any fat from around I I r-f-. OF 2 by g;;; ;

beef chunks. Melt a little of the I Ii DELUXE HAIR DRYER IN A
i fat in surface-heat-proof cas-: HAWAIIARE V
I serole ((2 quarts): brown beef -y;
in the fat. Pour off fat. Sprinkle! '. YOURS CASE, 40" RIGID HOSE, OVER-
meat with salt, pepper, garlic ,
salt, basil onion and carrot.., NAIL DRYER, DELUXE GIFT CARTON. ((450 WATTS eotV5TIWD
Pour over the mixed bouillon'i AT WILSON'SAVAILABLE UL APPROVED.)

and tomato sauce. Cover and, ,
bake in a moderate ((350 de-! \ Floor /
I Cosmetics Shop-Street
grees) oven until meat is tender, Shop-
about 1% hours. Remove any IN 1 OR 2 PC.
fat from gravy and serve; or, 2nd Floor
f chill overnight, remove fat, and i ir k SUITS & A Luggage SALE!
reheat. Makes 6 servings.


Beef Patties Brown Rice I
Rowena's Vegetable Trio I II i
Fruit and Cookies Beverage:

it 1 can ((1 pound) tomatoes I, COLORS.
U :. 1 can (8% ounces) whole kernel k / 1E I tit
iI corn I'' I
,. : 1V4 tablespoons butter or margarine t ( S-M-L iI

I :: 2 teaspoons flour II III : S3" ., r

I : 1 cup finely diced celery Ii \
Turn tomatoes and corn, both, / / 4
J., : undrained into a saucepan.:: i #/
; : Blend together the butter and' \X /
flour; add to tomatoes and corn.: {'
: Cook and stir constantly over:
moderately low heat until slight-' -

t ly thickened and bubbly. Mix
1 : In celery; reheat briefly. Makes' %
1 !
6 servings.
Samsonite Travel Bag Features: :S

Jf;, ElectricalOUTLETS *** Wide Hangs Heavy-duty rip-open anywhere.zipper.doors. SamsoniteTravel I 'sz.5: :

Suits and dresses!hang without I
.: I. Residential Commercial Bags r '
bottom. I' vV/CORK HEEL
e Industrial space
CALL 'p.- /f6'9 rJ Separate zippered compartment. 'I AND AIR FOAMCUSHIONED

: C P. Dressier 24" PULLMAN, REG. 27.50, .. . .. . SALE 2K88 I PERFECT

1, .. Electrical Contractor 26" PULLMAN, REG. 32.50, . . . ...... ..... SALE 24.88 COMFORT;

Phone FR 6-6193: 44" MEN'S TRAVEL CASE, REG 39.50SALE 29.88 Shoi (,P.., Street Floor .. '

\ 910 N.W. 4th St. I: Sportswear ShOpd' I 54" LADIES TRAVEL BAG, Reg. 47.50, .. . . SALE 34.88 w'let 1'

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Thursday, June 11, 1964 Gainesville/ Sun 1JFARM l

: She : Rings CowBelles; Back BeefThe (6sinesv'( Ic lJaUJSun.. .,.. -,;,". _


F, wife of a Micanopy..fannclaUons: They are organized In CowBelles now ,is promotion' cooperation from the University the Florida Beef Council. She
er-cattleman Is trying to launch 13 counties at present, including eating more American beef. of Florida and the Agricultural is the daughter of Lacey Doke,

feminine crusade'in..Alachua Marion, and are about 500 memand., especially, Florida beef. Experiment Stations ,through prominent LaCrosse farmer, & GARDEN '
County to boost the everhers strong. They are doing this by passing Drs. Tony Cunha, head ,of. the and she said her interest in cat-

sagging beef cattle market To be a CowBelle, Mrs. Smith out beef recipes in stores and Animal Science Department, ,tie,stems,from the fact she grew
which is causing consternation said, a woman does not necesgiving the housewives charts and Robert Reddish,, a meat ,up on a farm.
and conCern among beef prosarily have to be the wife of a which show the various,cuts of specialist. Mrs. Smith, along with the
ducers In Florida and the rest cattleman. Any housewife interested beef and the nutritional values cattlemen of America, blamesof
the United States, in the future of Ameriof beef. At present f, the CowBelles, are ,the declining prices to beef Hungry Paper Mills Give

She ,,is Mrs. C. M. (Jo Ann) can beef is invited to join, she concentrating a Beef, -for producers on the increasing im-
Other.projects of the Co wFather's.. Day" promotion. On from abroad. That's why
Smith Jr. She is an enthusiassaid.. ports
Reason Farm TimberBy
Belles in with the Fathers Day, the winning beef to
cooperation she and other CowBelles have
tic booster of beef, as a diet And while taking part in the I
Florida Beef Council include recipe of a contest sponsored
mainstay and is trying to create various projects of the Cow- adopted the slogan "Eat more
taking the "eat more beef" by the Florida Beef Council willAmerican Beef. VAN MURPHY to the owner for beef in the
interest in organizing Alachua Belles, a housewife can learn I
County women into a branch of many new ways to prepare beef message: into schools, where be served by the CowBelles! to Mrs. Smith said she is very Alachua Farm Forester I I grocery store is quite a different
a statewide group knows as for her family and how to do young future homemakers are Commissioner of Agriculture anxious to get a CowBelles organization According to the May issueof thing also.
the CowBelles. so economically by utilizing the, taught the many ways to preDoyle Conner and his family started in Alachua the Journal of Forestry, paper I Timber is not perishable. If
The CowBelles are an aUDJower.priced cuts of beef, Mrs. pare beef for eating.- Mrs. Smith is beef promotion' County. She said anyone inter mills will enjoy an increasein the market is off, it doesn't
liary of the Florida Cattlemen's Smith ,said. Mrs. Smith said that the Cowchairman of the Florida Cow ested may call her at 466-3438, the production and consumption hurt to leave it standing until:
Assocation and of county assoThe prime project of the Belles' also had received good Belles and"a vice president of in Micanopy. I of paper and paper boardof a good market develops. It
II I some four per cent over last;;won't spoil.Foresters.
year. Last year's per capita realize that it is
consumption was .stated to be not profitable to take good agricultural

',,;. Lawn Like Gal In BikiniThere's 466. pounds, the world's highest.I land out of production
Scanty I
Gilchrist This is why we need to look I and put it into timber. It
'County .Jl ahead for the future. Each year, is our contention that poor ag-
new production records are ricultural and pasture land,
Agent's Corner !f'> Lotta9 Bare Area In BetweenBy being set in the pulp and paper lands that are lying idle, and
\ V unimproved woodlands shouldbe
industry. A major source of
;#'c c. I HERVEY ,SHARPE I plug or seed. Sod is the immediate -'clippings where they fall, bu* "oiling tool that has spike-like! their raw material comes from placed under forest manage-
By JIM myjNGTON i: ;J. :Agricultural Extension Service answer to a ground. cover, on muck-type, or rich soil it i* diggers. If neighbors don't have you the private landowner.It ment. There are 8,000,000 such

Agricultural Extension Service. : A lawn, scantily covered with but costs more than other meth best 'to remove the'debris. To jne that you can borrow, rent is often said that growing acres in Florida. Let's plant

_. !grass, is like a maiden in a ods. heavy a layer of clippings ofter one from the local l garden supply timber is not profitable becausethe these idle and unproductiveacres
bikini there is a lot of bare Plugs take only a fraction of promotes lawn diseases. store.If landowner'only gets a frac- now, and prepare for the
A telephone call to the Gil- this week will be erectedas I.area in between.If grass as, compared with sod. Keeping 'the soil moist in between the soil is packed as hard tion of what the final product future. Your farm forester will

chist County agent's office I soon as the foundation is you can keep your mindon Sprigging takes even less grass : showers will aid the as a brick floor, you are in brings. This is true in all,,be glad to assist you
Tuesday afternoon from 'Mr. ready, the grass, you'll find that and is quite economical on ac.t.Y.Jurself grass to grow at top speed and trouble. Try spading. If you phases of agricultural crops.i
Cecil Webb of Dixie Lily MillingCo. '- tH 'Club .News stripteasing takes on an' opposite : budgeL cover the yard in one 'growing can't make a shovel dig in, The price that the farmer re-, Lincoln 'nil S '

informed us that Dixie Lily Cheryl Beach, Ernest Matthews meaning in lawn care. It Bermuda, St. Augustine, centipede -season. then try a grub hoe or a pick. ceives is far less than the price

I 1 truck scales in Trenton are open Cherry Martin, and means that you can tease the and carpet are spriggedon Lawns of the may be watered anytime I Unless you are In "mountain paid by, the consumer in the: FRANKFORT, Ky. CAP) -
for weighing watermelon trucks Norma Slaughter' exhibited the lawn into covering nude earth 8 to 12 Inch centers. Slower day during summer. climbing" condition and have grocery .store. Where perishable Abraham Lincoln of Kentucky
and someone will be there all 4-H projects rated tops by their with strips of sod. growing zoysia grass should be But, many folks stop wateringan hands as caloused as the minds crops are concerned, the was the first U. S. presidentborn
the time until late each night;fellow 4-H Clubbers attending Stripteasing knows no season, sprigged; on 4 to 6 inch centers; hour or so before sundown. Df the neighbors who refused to farmer is often forced to take outside the original 13
l' of truck 'the but summer is the ideal timeto according to University of Florida -They claim better luck in pre- loan the dirt loosening tools, states.
This means two sets Wilcox, Trenton and Bell diseases if theydon't you very low prices. The price paid
1\ scales are now available in 4-H Club project tours last patch up a badly worn lawnor Experiment Station turf put the to sleep in a wet it is easier to hire this brow- ----- ---- -=
I I Trentron as the SELFCO scales week. even start a new lawn. Sum. experts. grass sweating chore out to a well- JOHNSON & FARIS
mer' rains and warm temperature Plug-set grass and grass bed.The muscled laborer.
have been weighing I and Ernest tied for
already Cheryl top main thing is to water
in tend to turf
trucks. rating among the Wilcox young promote rapid growth. sprigged lawns and avoid How close to keep a lawn Lawn Garden I
t1 With average luck along up and give the lawn an unevenseersucker" carefully pud trimmed is important. The !, I r & HeadquartersiittEIt
( MELON PRICES GOOD sters. Cheryl exhibited two nice dling. Where puddles of water very
with hard work look. Frequent
As this is written, watermelon -'dresses from her 4-H sewing you can get gather, the grass is likely to be rIDe strains of bermuda and'
outdoor laid without mowing and bimonthly -
an carpet generous
prices :remain good-2V4 to project and Ernest showed his of scalded by sun-heated water. :wysias respond favorably totolInch : 1 '
bare spots before winter.So applications nitrogen-rich ;
!, 3tt cents per pound, with the,6-acre Coker 71 corn project. if you have grass to plant, fertilizer will cause the grassto Most watering systems do not ,S bermuda mowing.does The better common if, \ IJIVQ
higher prices for the larger Clifton Mikell's one-acre Dixie put out enough water to puddle
do it now.Start > level out. '
watermelons. Medium sized (ac 18 corn project rated third. This the lawn by either sod, On sandy soil leave the mowed on> sandy soils. If water stand; 'I kept at least one inch tall. i s s
cording to this season) 18-22 corn was rolled and needing in spots in the lawn, check for St. Augustine generally looks:I l pound melons are moving slow-moisture last Thursday, but we the reason. There may be a best when cut about 2 inches, .
ly. Larger melons, being scarce, are grateful for the rain which hardpan near the surface, or and centipede and carpet YOUR LAWN FADING, TURNING
are much in demand. covered our county since then. Livestock MarketA the soil may have been packedtoo grasses will thrive if kept 1 to: 'YELLOWISH, OR BROWN & SICKLY?

FARMERS MARKET Cherry Martin, with an outstanding tightly by heavy equipmentwhen 2 inches high.Frequency !L COULD BE CHINCH BUGS!
Construction of the Trenton home vegetable garden the house was built.In of mowing is just i '
good cattle sale and a light 19 utility 1517.50 stockers loosen soil height of cut., IF SO =SPRAY THEM AWAY WITH
State Farmers' Watermelon project, rated tops among the ; ; any case, the as important as I
Market is progressing. Last' Bell 4-Hers attending their project hog sale were reported this 111875., to prevent' standing water from Some authorities say never cut.I
week t'filT for the 50 x 82-feet tour. Among the several week at the Gainesville.: Live- Cows Utility, 135016.50; harming the grass. more thaninch of grass permowing. .

structure was placed within the vegetables in Cherry's garden stock Market. cutters, 1113.75; stockers, $10- Try, loosening the soil with a .

foundation walls by our county I were tomatoes, 'butterbeans,I A total of 772 head of cattle 17.50. CHINCH BUG i\

road department under the direction peas, peppers, cabbage, and was sold Monday, compared to standard Calves Good, 1823.75; { SPRAY'bomeowners
$16-21; utility, $14-
of T. Slaughter. As this kohlrabi. A very close runner-up 468 the week before. Slaughter
18 stockers $11.21.50.BullsUtility .
goes to press, the remaining among the Bell 4-Hers was De- steers and heifers were quoted ; j
E front foundation 'wall is being linda Akins with a nice 50 cents $16-17; cutters,
very steady; cows, steady to Down EarthIn
$13-15; stockers, $9.5016.50.No. to
constructed and preparationsbeing cantaloupe project about one- lower, and lightweight. veal 1 butcher grades were \ do-it-Yo.rself
made to pour the concrete fourth of an acre in size. calves, steady to $1 higher.
40 cents higher than last week.
slab floor. The steel portion of Teressa CogdilTs dress-making Stocker steers and heifers were
Good feeder pigs sold for up to Levy County :] ;::XLLS
; the building is to be delivered project scored third. steady to $1 lower; cows, :
lower and calves $19.Hog CHINCH BUGSARMrwoRMs
steady to $1 No
prices Tuesday: r
50 cents to $1 lower. .
No. 1's $15.40; No. 2's, $14.55; By LEONARD COBB ,cHiHCN euGSPRAY
SUMMER FERTILIZINGTIME : I Cattle prices Monday: No. 3's, $13; No. 4's, $12.50; No. Agricultural Extension Service !, SOD'WORMS
I Steers and heifers-Good, 1 ro's, $12.05; No. 1 hys, $14.20; ANTS
I$19.75 to $20.75; standard, $18- feeders, up to $19. Lr AND MANY OTHER
I God sent'a million dollar rainto !the market is going to be good.
last For Prices for fields have ranged
our area
G FREE USE OF GRO TONE [some crops it may have been around $200 per acre. This is the. 995 gal.

I 'OUr. Rental Spreaders PELLETS Ala hua CountyAgent's too late but for all farmers it !year you can tell the buyers,
was a welcome relief. In many ,what you will take, rather than I
cases after a long dry spell, hail ask him what he will give!
and storms accompany rain. We you. Yields of melons'In our II Easy As WateringYour
fur CornerBy are thankful that none of these area have been cut 30 to 50 percent I
.;, came to our area. Hail at this by dry weather. Satur Lawn with the
.awn. s ..rmemanz WILBURN C. FARRELL time would ruin our watermelonand day's rain will help this some,

t' I I Agricultural Extension Service I tobacco crops.Watermelon but yields will still be short. ORTHO ,LAWN' SPRAYER. ORTH
II ',n ;: '\. I' Feed Steer Sales
I growers are reminded Attaches to Garden Hose.
THIS : For the benefit of our water goats using sprays, dips, back. that daily price and The Florida Cattlemen's Association I'll SPAa>
PELLETS :melon growers, the daily market rubbers, etc. It gives illustra- shipment information will be will sponsor two graded
WEEKEND ONLY! .' report will be given over tions on construction of cable- I available again this year from feeder steer sales. The sale fpr 395
'I.Radio Station WRUF Monday type backrubbers as well as local radio stations and daily 'our area will be held at the''I 15 GAL
with Fertilizer Purchase CAPACITY
through Friday at 12:55 p.m.; insecticide residue tolerancesin newspapers. The Gainesville Gainesville Livestock Market on
,and over Station WGGG daily meat of various animals. If Sun will carry the daily water Aug. 7, ,beginning at 7:30 p.m.!'I
200 LBS. 'COVERS :at 1:10 p.m. It is also carried you would like a copy just let melon bulletin each day duringthe The other sale is at Glades Live I
I HEDGE THE AVERAGE 'YARDWHIRLWINDs :daily in the Gainesville Sun. us know and we will be gladto shipping season in our area. stock Market, Belle Glade, July I tii 7=
I send it to you. Radio station WRUF and:31. Entry blanks and copies of: O"w BROWN PATCHES

; TYPE I There are several proposed WDVH in Gainesville and I the memorandum of agreement, ORTH IN YOUR LAWN
I I We have two new mimeographs changes in the Federal Brucel WMOP in Ocala will carry this,can be secured at your county,
PLANTSBOXWOOD' ROTARY MOWERTORO I available from our office losis Interstate regulations for report on their farm news each I agent's office or from Gifford I I If There Is, It Could
Relative Shade Tolerance of I Rhodes, State Marketing Bureau f LAWN DISEASECONTROL
11- cattle. These proposed changesare day, usually at noon. Growersare O Be A Sign Of Diieose.
.I37 and Soluble Salts and up for adoption July, 1964. urged to keep up-to-date on I P.O. Box 779, Jacksonville,I O
I $8995 Turfgrasses. Both of these publications 1. The conditions under which market conditions during shIp- Fla. We have several cattlemenin TREAT IT EARLY
1 are by John F. Cabler, cattle would move interstate ping season. Your county Levy County who plan to con i WITH ORTHO LAWN
LIGUSTRUM( assistant horticulturist and turf sign cattle to these sales. We!
up ; would be predicated upon the agent's office tries to keep up DISEASE CONTROL.
.comp! t.wdA.tt I specialist with the Universityof I. status of the area and herd of with the market and should be consigned some of the top calves:
VIBURNUM +cPwe niI Florida Agricultural Extension -origin, rather than the destination able to advise you on prices and in last year's sale.
Service. of the animals. market conditions. There is a ...re- We the complete
t I Cabler says FB-137 Bermuda 2. Cattle from certified state general tendency to beat the X-15 Plane carry
! 39* I 'grass has been under observation would move without restriction, price down when watermelonsstart Z line of ORTHO LAWN

in Gainesville and other provided the herd of origin is moving from a large shipping I I Ready Again & GARDEN Products.
1% ,locations throughout the state not under quarantine or other area in Florida. Don't be
for approximately four years wise known to be infected. misled. Watermelons are in I EDWARDS AIR FORCE I
j GERANIUMS I and last fall a greenhouse experiment As of Feb. 6, 1964, there were short supply and will be for BASE, Calif. (AP-The No. 2
: was initiated to test only 539 counties in the United some time yet. X15 rocket plane-the one that NOW-LAWN MOWING
: the shade tolerance of FB-137 States which had not yet Weather up north may cool off was damaged while landing
79 !("No-Mow") with other Bermuda -achieved Modified Certified and slow the market some but here in November 1962-is ready: IS 4 WAYS EASIER!
,I' i grasses such as Tifgreen, Brucellosis Area status. Therefore the volume beh shipped is not for flight tests today and Fri
I : :Tifway, Tiflawn, ,Everglades,I a strengthened interstate enough to meet demand. Floridais I
tl Bay shore, "Ormond: .and Com' regulation would not be a bur shipping less than half the day.The craft has been repaired

{ ASK FOR FREE TORO DEMONSTRATION mon. I I II den on the majority of the volume of melons shipped at the and modified. I
.. I Four shade intensities were: United States. In fact, cattle same time'last year. Buyers and I U.S. Air Force astronaut Rob QT ATWlltf
r .used 0, 20, 40 and 80 percent I from the 33 certified states, shippers are buying fields this ert A. Rushworth will be at the f 11M trttivtip o t
I :' The experiment was conducted Puerto Rico and the Virgin: that controls both
PET SHOPv year. This is a good sign days.
I i for four months and Islands would enjoy totally unrestricted -

1/ KEEP THAT VACATIONING CHILD IF .137 exhibited a shade toleri interstate movement. WORLDS I LAWN-BOY
i ante ,superior to the other Varieties Also, any herds in noncertifiedareas
J J. HAPPY 'WITH A PET! I and Tifway was the sec- in which steps have been i Dairy Month Tells VirtuesJune I EASIEST! / MOWERSSee
'and most 'shade tolerant of the taken to rid the cattle' of bru-
'( GUINEA PIGS $2.49 HAMSTERS $1.50 :grasses tested. cellosis, or which have estab-
FB-137 has good color at mod. lished their brucellosis-free status i is Dairy Month, timeto mainstay, all menus, whetherit I Them Here Now EASY TERMS
ALLIGATOR'S- (Caymen) $2.25 (crate levels of fertilization, ,it would be fully recognized serve your family the delicious is served as a beverage to I I Priced 69.95 Up -
12" to 18" :is thought to be -a' little"more under the proposed' legislation.The and nutritious goodnessof young and ,old ,alike or used ic

f i,drought resistant,' its growth 2,614 certified counties, dairy products, including foods.. Milk, ,,they emphasize, is For
t PUPPIES MIXED$4.95 I habit is low and spreading and must be protected from indiscriminate : milk cheese and ice cream. your best source of calcium and Prompt

I internodes are very short but and hazardous movement Dr. Barney Harris Jr., as- also provides high quality pro- WIQRR/1f1pITIN
, RABBITS $3.00i ''lit j is susceptible to disease and of cattle of unknown and sistant dairyman, Florida "Ag tein. You never outgrow your! Garden Service MEMBER

i Free Parking Free Delivery- Central Charge- [insects and it' is NOT presently infected status. At present, riculture Extension Service, need for milk, nutritionists
available. Alachua County is one of the says that milk is recognized all point outDairy w\ DIAL 376-4352
We have a new publicationjust 539 counties in the U. S. NOT over the world as "nature's products, includingmilk I
3 j}> ulaMt G7ttj off the press that shouldbe Modified Certified Brucellosisfree. most nearly perfect food." For are a bargain in today's I

'. % of interest to .all livestock .. best health conditions peoplein supermarkets. Compare their
-- : -l1j owners. Extension Circular 206- One.of the far-reaching bene- Florida need to consume cost from the standpoint of food JOHNSON & FARIS

j fr CHCMICAL' COMPANY A, Control of External Parasites; fits of the, Cooperative\ State- more dairy products Harris nutrients supplied by other
GARDEN' PET CENTER Df Livestock, contains the latest Federal! brucellosis eradication says. sources of these same nutrientsand 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-0476
information on the control of f program is the continuing decrease ,Nutritionists with the Florida you'll be convinced that FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT
20 N.W. 16th Are. FR 6-2661 external parasites of beef and, in the number of report- Agricultural Extension Ser dairy products have a lot to USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE ;

dairy cattle, nrine,,cheep and: ed cases of human brucellosis. vice rfcommmd milk u a offer. .. .

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: 12 Gainesville Sun Thursday June 11, 1964. t . _.._._-_ n .. _. :, _..

1.1, No-Frost Refrigerator-Freezer; Key to New Life .

'-'" .
t Even if your refrigerator has no-frost refrigerator-freezer.' unproved' appliance actually feature requires no attention gether. The forced circulationof addition to a'choice between an important role in the baskets, 'decorative panels and

the modern squaredoff look Those terms, "no defrostingever sells for less than the refrigerator -on your part. Never again will air used in most no-defrost top or bottom freezer, home- durability and reliability of trim. Stainless steel is ideal
it may be hopelessly out-ofl ," and "refrigeratorfreezer : alone formerly did. And you unload the frozen food models keeps food chilled to a makers can now choose mod- no-frost refrigerator-freezers. for these uses because of its
date by 1964 standards. More ," are the keys to the 1964 not only is the consumer saved and start the messy, distasteful perfect temperature even with els' with a full-length vertical Strong steel inner linings are no-care beauty and its un-

things have happened inside I concept 'of home- .food- ,preser- the cost of two appliances, but! task of hacking away at many door openings and the freezer beside the refrigeratoror' porcelain enameled for stain equaled resistance to corm
and outside refrigerators in vation. the operating: cost is also the frost and mopping up the addition of sizeable amountsof a glamorous type with an resistance and easy cleaning.The sion, cold and humidity.

the past five years than in all The refrigerator-freezer rep- lower. I drip.No warm food. illuminated counter top v be- enduring beauty of the Inside and out, the 1964 no-
., their previous history.Manufacturers resents a triumph of'engineering No defrosting ever means I defrosting has other ben- The ,outside story of no-frost tween an eye-level refrigerator -cabinet is assured by steel. frost refrigerator-freezer adds
utilities, re- that has combined two exactly what it says.''Your 1964 efits. Frozen food packagesand refrigerator-freezers is as exciting and-a bottom freezer. I Stainless steel is widely used up to the best value ever in

I tailers. .and U. S.. Steel have. dstinct! functions in one ap.pLance refrigerator-freezer with this I ice cubes won't stick to- as the inside one. InCUS10ItWS'ltftltlct Inside and out, steel plays for shelving, dividers, slide-out home food preservation..
joined in a promotion to show with demonstrable advantages -

women all the new wonders in over the previous '

home food preservation. That's separate appliance. More- WITH FRIGIDAIRE ADVANCED PjaAKCE$' $EGH! $ WITH: YOU IH tfllNtt I
this has been 'c.FRIGIDAIRE "
why you will see the greatest over, accom- -- : w
variety and values in refriger-; plished in the same floor space .
ation ever during June under I formerly occupied by ,a refrig- ,
banners proclaiming "No defrosting -, erator alone. Even more amaz-
ever with a new] ing is the fact that the greatly
At our store the customeris King! t t


need ,f sea
what you buy! ICE fl-fl 1 -


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< '.6_ ? .. ;. INI f
.ci"t. :
II .. j. J :y/ ...do'r_ ,&. .aQ'< ".Jh- Take advantage of this BEST'B UY. See a

I FRAN TROESCH The conventional style does .r mo'e'. ,_ iY.oU'';7h l.e't.1": : Frigidaire FROST-PROOF demonstration.' -

not have a true freezer. The .
Most of us consciously think freezer compartment is there 'We"1. 1. get .f Sn .

of value in terms of a fair re- mainly to keep She refrigerator .

turn for our money. There is cold, but it will freeze ice .- I I'' o ,
cubes and frozen foods I .
dimension to keep -
an important .
A h W .N. J'e; your
this concept which subcon- for a limited time. : -
'sure, t'tn' t'-' Java I-
sciously we call to our as- The combination models .
sistance when making individ- have two doors. Some have no- Q d-I. ') mat I h 'it!-
p I soypc
ual judgments of value. We *
frost freezers and others have ,'_ < !hot or cold tor hour! Only
: consider quality, attractiveness,! freezers which must be de Only 9>>i* Mgti let holds

durability, usefulness, or satisfaction frosted. The combination has MpUMtEtO fun %. Iigtrtw MttonJStudy. igh<- hole ;a
in terms of our own temperature. You can freeze of tfto-torw colon. z s
I 4
K161DM +
needs. Then we consider price, and store fresh foods'for sev-

which although vital, is but one eral months, as you would faa t.
of the factors involved in ma- separate food freezer.In .
jor purchases.The 1
the no-frost refrigerator.
marketers who studyour
freezer, no visible frost ever
buying habits, and the sociologic
forms. You can forget the old
patterns which affect rule against opening doors too I FREE, GIFTNO

I these _habits, often_ figuratively often or too long, even in hot,
::1 scratch their heads trying to humid weather.- New control
II uncover the satisfactionfactor -systems monitor both temperature

tor that causes us to do whatwe and humidity, prevent L I IC I" addition t. your frt gift you rotoirs
I do. They know that mil- ing the formation of frost 2 chincM to win ether prixti ( '

lions of automobiles will be within the food storage'' areas. One Prize Given Each: Week

ti I replaced every, two or three This exacting control increases GRAND PRIZE: A Frigidaire Appliance
years. Many will be driven an the storage life of foods.
I average of. '10,000 miles annually Last Week's Winner- No. 1189INSTANT

;, or 28 miles daily The .no frost refrigerator. V
about hour at freezer offers the greatest con-
i an an average
I speed of 30 milesperhour.These venience value available to- 177 BRAND NEW APPLIANCES
day. It holds more food keepsit
same marketing ex- Whateveryour I
longer, simplifies
perts also know that 20 million shopping because fewer trips MUST BE SOLD BY JUNE 22nd

families are using refrigerators -are necessary, and it needs al- needs-
more than ten years old, most no' attention except for : Hr

which are too small, lack space an occasional rinse to wipe up _
for frozen foods and must be spilled foods and maintain I or your w. :
r. defrosted manually. What puzzles
tain freshness.
them is why families seek gjj'It <
I budgetthere's ds. s rE aE 4<
automatic and convenience Refrigerator freezer combi- .
features in their automobilesbut !nations also offer one or more

ignore comparable Improvements -of these features: adjustable,, a ICE CUBE
in major appli swing-out, and solid shelving,, t SERVICE

ances. humidifiers for meats, ciispers PRIGKWREAPPLIANCE with a -fjedor.
for vegetables, compartmentsfor
Price doesn't seem to be the u VM*'|, wonder ta* yen* cnr dtt alt ft q W& oare8gr
answer in this market puzzle. eggs butter and cheese, .MUqg ilanbhj. ..> tee aloes toe Bfektainto
magnetic door catches and Y CIt albs *. wd
Sector: tips IwI'sllMtl.: : stores
The cold fact Is: The average '
foot-pedal releases, automaticice n 1l..11 tea automatical to*e bfe pert cftfeortcerml
price of a refrigerator was $17 for you 1"tf JlI:.= tilitls fa.hrMr .
makers levelers (to \ -
less in 1963.than it was in 1961 siktl... ':;. l
according to the authoritativetrade pensate for uneven flooring), N'. -*- :..llLf I

magazine, Electrical roll-out models on casters; El -- ...... r9br.. Tlwtfly ":rIRIGIDAIRE tow >ttaI taustIadI
Merchandising Week. And the and door shelves, rollout bas- $tot, pricw. You mint : extra fast .,.

1964 refrigerator is almost in- kets, fast freezing surfacesand M-wt have H-or we FRIGIDAIAI2Door PHI 'N dean mange ..... .. Ta.IIL Look what getFREE
in freezers.Refrigeratorfreezers you
variably larger, sturdier, more lights >K for In
Mm lit you a .... s iltldaWtieFMttfrsoaiofMt/
efficient, more economical i are *. ... .=r,.. ....
hurry! I noomr wo -.0 :: ........ 1
more compact, more reliable larger on the inside because of fiver ttpante dOCI. a .n ""' ....-. .- !
more durable, more automaticand ,improved nsulating material.You C Automate dtfroattag: n> Oaoll..r.-nor.s
*laeretor' : 5.eYofi. ,. ovwiaontroi. _. .I
more convenient. can buy an 18-cubiofoot I2 as an

Electronic computers have combination refrigerator- EXTRA VALUE
freezer, and put it in the space
been rolling out cross indexed .
vacated by old 10-cubic-()
projections of hair raising totals
foot refrigerator.The .
in frozen and pre pack-
aged food consumption. Buf- new counter top design, with, your Frigidaire Electric Rartq*

feted on all sides by graphs called a food center, often PUNT A wonderful cookina conuentonoaFrigidaire .I.
and tabulations, the manufacturer matches eye-level ranges, and St LB.TYB .
rolls his eyes toward the features'compartmentalized !
wide, blue horizon and asks interiors. The exteriors some- Yca'H icvt uiffls; this tumSf flttdh en year ctw PfcldaJrtRangt.
himself: Where will people put times take on the look of fine .No wond r-ft VTM made for HI Stays put on top of
this food? furniture (with steelbackedwood i-I any FrigfdiJrt 8-Inch surface unit Grills evenly. perfectly

paneling and sliding wNl r4u
Mothers of small children
glass doors).
cannot go to market every day.Is ..MWBM4 sleep under a
Operating costs of all refrig- 11III11 1aA MN MM I IM 0YM
the working wife to shop 4 Mhrt V kitf .
x' 4 ..s rr lllllta 1 alas rr RIta
every night on her way home? erators vary depending upon Install it yourself_

Wouldn't it save time and capacity, room temperature, Budget-maker Budget-priced Front-loading FRIGIDAIRE

money to shop once a week, location of the appliance, how FRIGIDAIREWasher FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE Room AIr Condition ??s at .
taking advantage of sales and it is used, the types and quan- 4
having a versatile food supplyon tities of food placed in it. Dryer DfehmobiJt ....for bedrooms.d""I,| [IhWJl FRIGIDAIRERoom

t 1 hand? Everyone entertainsin Ownership costs for the most Mats automatically. BreSeetfr.sh dftItntr vnihxehitivt CllUttt ..... ..... -4WCOB7V/T(NEMAJ. >I.eepttlq iFl
his home more ,now, on expensive models figure'out at wash 5 automatically.Undtnratar Ftowfng mat *' bps [ Air Conditioner
if 'Action Zone ....... :::Tot: :rJt'
the average, than in the previous about 4% pennies per day elotftas really. No-stoop tint strttn It "'Cft ....
4 helps tit
decade. Does the consumer averaged over ten years. eIftft. right ea f* door. =.tttttllt -- 1v BEEPS 00 "MCAl'HN' -CCUL*...MRS SKEW( V05 A -

ft ; realize the convenience and Today, the refrigerator- A JOT...HO WU tC WB WE BUWCTJO Ala? M M t

l economy of adequate refriger- freezer is more than just a -
i ator-freezer capacity? place to store food and make BIG DOUBLESIZE5LrMMER
24 PC. SET
I ice cubes. It's a combination FREE SUPPLY FREE
The appliance manufacturer
) mother's and -
helper supermarket
recommends less freezer space Manufacturers are OF TIDE .
than does the U S. Department -
of:. Agriculture which says, "6 doing this marvelous all they appliance can to make at- WITH YOUR PURCHASE' YOUR PURCHASE OF EWdJRiIfL

: cubic feet of freezer space per OF WASHER OR DRYER FRIGIDAIRE DISH WASHER
tractive, functional and effi-
person will meet the general r 7tIa.- Jl lJ axU .lli
rient It's to to take
I up you
needs of most families. Other ,
advantage of all of its values I
f this rule of-thumb
experts use
t for freezer space. 3 to 4 cubic In terms of your needs.- for

f[ and feet iiCjural: 5 per to 6 person areas.cubic One in feet urban person per person areas living a'Shelves fair return for Add your money. I Jio MONEY DOWN WITH. E NO PAYMI E NT 'TIL AUGUSTTremendous -

: alone needs 3 to 5 cubic

; feet. VersatilityRefrigerator

For refrigerator space the freezer shelvesdo BUY WHERE SERVICE A SPECIALTYJIM
rule is: Never consider less .0 OPEN 'TIL
everything but hand the,foodto
than 8 cubic feet unless you TRADES
live alone. Figure 4 cubic feet you. They swing out and

I for two adults, plus 2 cubic slide.out They're adjustable up
and down and completely removable & ,
:, feet for each additional member YOYLE
for of bulky J9P.M.Fridays
: storage
l of the family. Add 2 cubic .
items. Such versatility is made
feet for entertaining needs. TAG
possible in many cases becausethe

I If you haven't shopped for shelving is made of strong 7 Tested
a ;:refrigerator or freezer in slender steeL
i" several years, you may be

amazed at the features you Two for OneTwo 419 N.W. 8th AVE., GAINESVILLE, ,FLA. PHONE 372-5303 USED APPLIANCES .
Some conventional
will see. -

t single '- door refrigerators .d- mediumsized.' freezers u.;r tuIJ W .. ., '- R AIRf 4.1"1'.1> Ar'PtuiNCF* OESIOTFO WITH YOU W M.NO
frQst automatically; ,others are often more serviceable.than FRIGIDAlRt .
-- '
must be defrosted manually, one large freezer. -4

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I Thursday, June 11, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13 J

You Eat Better Live Easier I s

II L ? ."; :; i i $ .

';- And Save Money With No-Frost i t+ t I

If you get that guilty feeling For the purchase price (amaz- are, their savings in time and time for three meals from 5%! i i,
when 'you look over the frozen ingly enough lower than the labor are even more valuableto to 1% hours! ', ;, ,,,,,"- ,

I food packages that look good former refrigerator) and oper- many people. Think what Get your share of.frozen''i 9.OS""Ntl ... : .3 I I t.
the foods with built in maid convenience food enjoyment j
enough to eat right in the : i
ating cost of one appliance, the :1 era Q+ w !a1 F' z
store, relax. No less an author- service can mean to a working with a 1964 no frost refrigerai i I 4 > 1 __
homemaker has at her command wife by reducing preparation tor freezer. %
ity than the U. S. Departmentof II S. 1
a true
spacious zero- : !
Agriculture says you can
save well time degree freezer. And the no ,
money as as I
with convenience. foods., I frost feature never lets the 'No Frost' Really Means I >,', v e+ I >:' 't: LLr ru i? .

Convenience foods packages become frost covered .
every $100 of our food cost $14.03of budget. -'I or stick together. No Frost-No Kidding! ::1

The food fresh ,
same bought The freezer section of a 1964 j
costs $15.10., tar $107 more than no -'frost refrigerator freezercan By R. D, SMITH the type of freezer, and how I t x e?
ready to serve. keep a selection of meal- Executive Secretary much is freezer space and t

A key element in the rise of time staples pIus new and Consumer ,Products Division other factors: That irritating] :. ..:. ..
exotic delicacies from all over National Electrical 0 '
convenience foods has ; N
been the world at their peak of Manufacturers Association thankless job is now and for- IFROSTING
the Ep
no _- frost refrigerator 1 !
freezer. This'remarkable flavor and ready for instantuse ever eliminated. i iI j
appliance for months. Three out of five refrigertors I
combines the best sold today are 13 cubic 2. Food flavor and nutrition WITH A NEW NOFROSTREFRIGERATOR J
qualities of the refrigeratorand Dramatic as the savings in are protected. By not having; FREEZER
the freezer in one cabinet.i money of convenience foods feet or over, and three out o f '
take food
out of the freezerthere's
''I five of these are no frost mod
'els. Yet, despite this genera 1 no chance of partial I
WITH- i' defrosting and possible spoil-:
refrigeratorfreezers, ing of the food. I

Magic I i|people are confused a great as to what o 3. N o -frost models have sep-; LI, F .. .,. .

"no frost" means. arate zero degree freezers.
and which keep frozen food safely'I
Ice I What it means is exactly for longer periods of time,: V NO-FROST ELECTRICREFRIGERATORFREEZE
no messy what it says: no frost ever with less spoilage and less loss;: tya

Ice Cube Trays Maker builds up in either the freezer of moisture and taste. j jI I
the sec- !I
section refrigerator
or 4. Packaged frozen foods keep.
tion. You never repeat, never dry, so they don't stick to each;: R
have to defrost either sec- other or to the freezer itself. The I

labels are easy to read. I Hate defrosting? Everyone does. .but here's good news! Cut shopping trips way down
:; := I tion.All electric refrigerator-freez 5. Ice cubes can be stored in Today you can own a frostless electric refrigerator More storage space in the same floor space .-rrf'I
111 111.r
er manufacturers make no- containers, won't melt or stick: freezer. no defrosting ever in either section! Cook entire meals ahead of time,
I I frost models, in many models together a great tempersaver Just think what this means- freeze them, and serve days or I y7\\
7 ,: I and sizes. To be sure you are when you're playing host or' No more wrestling with huge chunks of ice, no more weeks later I- ; I
A !getting the real thing, look for hostess., I' pans of hot water to hasten defrosting, no chipping away Save money...stock up specials, ,
'either the descriptive words 6. Frost is a form of insula- at ice in hard-to-reach corners, no puddles to mop up on buy food in large economy sizes
no-frost, frostless, nondefrosting tion and i the floor. Why not say goodbye to messy defrosting More economy-leftovers stay fresh and tasty much
no-frosts ''
,and these modern longer
or the individual phrase colder today get refrigerator-freezer
meaning completely without with less work by the re- advantages, too! Modern design gives your kitchen the smart built.in look
..-----. ... s frost.
... ?. More !
Some of the more important freezer section. With no frost)I See Your,Appliance *,.?.,,' ,\.ay IT'S TIME TO CHANGE
of this revolutionary -,
advantages in home build-up, foods fit flush againstthe and You'll/ Never Defrost Again
new improvement the fol- walls and corners of the . GO ALL ELECTRIC
JI JIF compartment. The door always
lowing: I shuts tight and keeps ,the cold
i i, 1. No defrosting ever again.'in-
Gainesville Utilities
If you have anything but a no- .Dept.
frost unit, you have to undergothe Cool ClothesTo
F labor and mess of defrost-
/rest simply can't build up in the RCA WHIRLPOOL No- I
Frost Refrigerator.Freezer so there's no more defrosting ever. ing anywhere from once every I prevent mildew, some
Exclusive IceMagic ice maker replaces every ice cube you use I couple of months to as oftenas women keep their damp clothes 555 SE 5th AVENUE PHONE FR 2-4231
automatically. Exclusive Jet-Cold Shelf and Meat Chest Two exclusive every week, depending on in the refrigerator
Carousel shelves practically hand food to you! Constant Cold Reserve until they
... maintains i even cold to keep foods fresh longer. how often the door is opened are ready to iron them ,
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It's JustA Back In The Old Days. r -Complementing Cabinets the glamorous? 10 Advantages

.- )1964 no-frost refrigeratorfreezers 1. SAVE ON FOOD COSTS. Buy large economy sizes.!
CentA The history of mechanical house. He became dependenton the basement, but sometimes cently introduced counter top are steel kitchen cabinets in I. Shop when prices are low. You now have plenty of room l
refrigeration is a story of innovation the iceman his horse and placed alongside the cabinet. models. new designs and finishes. The to store"best buys" safely. '1
gamut of finishes runs from
by men with ingenuity -I wagon, and the ice-box a Even a spirit must move fast Foamed-in-place insulation colors to match the applianceto 2. ALWAYS PLENTY OF FOOD and Drink, at your finger- \ 1 i
whose labors founded a name still used to designate to back-track only a few of eliminated the, need for thick plastic laminates with wood- tips for guests and ice-box raiders. Your new refrigerator
Day new industry and improved the'the shining modern refrigerator. the innovations that would walls and almost doubled the grain.and other effects. freezer has more usable storage space.
health of millions of people.If Someone in family I storage capacity without in- SPACE takes more room. A new
your appear within two decades. A creasing the exterior size. In one finish the steel Is textured 3. ALL THIS EXTRA no
It has been a persistent folk we could shed our earthly will recall the drip, drip drip thermostat to start and stop to look like leather. no-frost 13-cubic foot refrigerator freezer fits into the same
myth of recent years that nofrost garments and fly "spirit class" of the ice-box and the monotonous -! the machine was developed.Self Most recently -' within the I Steel kitchen: cabinets are space as an old 8-cubic footer.

refrigerator-freezers costa backward in history, one of daily chore of emptyingthe contained mechanical last five years earth-bound made with the same precisionas 4. SMART NEW DECORATOR DESIGN with squared off
lot to rw This myth has now the first to drip'pan.. components got a big boost spirits have new reason to be your appliance. cabinets. corners fits in with your existing cabinets, enhances your
sights greet our The no-frost
blithe. refrigera-
ahead when the of
problem There is of mis-
no possibility ii
kitchen's modern built-in look.
been laid to rest by an experiment spirit-vision would be the In 1910 an American tourist leaking refrigerants was final- tor-freezer is now a reality. 'matching, warping or splittingwith
by General Electric. sweep of great sails of roman-i in France' bought patent rights ly solved. An easytocleansteel Just as refrigeration elimi- steel cabinets. 5. THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED, just-right temperatures
cabinet the nated the drip pan, the frost- in both and freezer sections assure
replaced refrigerator
Two models of refrigerator- tic clipper ships carrying ice to a refrigeration machine I While steel kitchen cabinetsare
I wooden box.Before less refrigerator-freezer takes' preservation of good taste, nutritive values.
freezers were tested under I to London and other crowded Ii i developed in 1894 by Marcel the slush and scrape out of our a natural choice for new
Identical conditions. There was European cities. The ice from'Audiffren, a monk and physics our imaginary flight lives, something surveys indicate homes or remodeling, you can I 6. COOK AT YOUR CONVENIENCE and freeze even entire
only one difference. One model I.New England's crystalclearlakes teacher in the college at zeros in on the marvels of today the American homemakerhas ;give your present kitchen a lift i meals. Relax with guests before dinner because all you haveto
let's take a last glance desired above all else. with new steel cabinets with- do is heat and serve.
had the no-frost system and the and ponds replaced the Grasse, near Nice. backward at important innovations out redoing it.Department.
harvest 7. NO TURNED-UP NOSES at leftovers because they stay
from rivers
other model had to be defrosted once The bulky device, improvedin we often take for and other stores
manually. and streams long since pol the United States, was sold granted. The first upright Holds More sell ensembles of steel base and fresh and wins tasty. savings.Family appetites are benefited. Your food
luted by an expanding popu- freezer was distributed nationally wall cabinets that will fit around budget more
When the results of the test lation. mainly to hotels, hospitals and just before World WarII. In Less SpaceSome your new no-frost refrigerator- 8. SAVE TIME by pre-cooking and freezing individual
were in, they showed that the restaurants. Home refrigeration In rapid succession fast- Freezer perfectly. Other ensem- dishes or entire meals. Save at will, with no more effort
no frost model did cost more We would see America units, produced as earlyas freezing was followed by refrigerator freezersfit bles available are for sink,and than it takes to heat them.
but less than changing to an industrial society 1913, required a maze of across-the-top freezers, hinged 18.8 cubic feet of space in dishwasher and for cooktop and
to operate only I with the population equipment to cool a very small shelves automatic door catches the same 32 inches of width as oven. 9. QUICK RECOVERY COOLING keeps temperature con-
one cent a day or.97 of a pennyto stantly cold no matter how often you open doors; assures
shifting from farms to storage compartment. One and levelers built into the a 1950 10 cubic foot model. These steel appliance centerscan
be exact. grow- model consisted of a brine base of the unit. Double-door This increase of 88 per cent incapacity be added step-by-step as plentiful supply of ice cubes.
For less than one cent a day ing city metrcpolitan dweller areas. The tank and ice cube trays, and refrigerator combinations and is made possible by your budget permits. Because 10. SAVE YOURSELF the most unpleasant chore of all be-
could not afford used ammonia as a refrigerant. -automatic defrosting culminated -thin but strong walls of steel they are precision steel, you cause the new refrigerator-freezers require no defrosting.
can win freedom from the the luxury of a rural springhouse It had in the
you a separate com I side-by-side re filled with new high efficiency can be sure they will always go
homemaker's' most distastefuland or sawdust-insulated ice pressor, usually installed in frigerator-freezer and the re- I insulation. together perfectly.

ually slopping. most defrosting and postponed mopping the task refrigerator. of-man the- Ah-h-h. a 1i4i fi I II

refrigerator Don't however that-your freezer get new will the no-frost cost impression -11 Cool 1: C ort '

only one cent a day more to operate .
than the faithful old frost I Y1 g 'At I IgUALITY !
builder it replaces. Just IE I

consider for a moment the profiles

in tone like why.the millions new this of temperature A typical:your one 8 of cubic old and homes refrigerator feet appliance you.shapes. will.no.single true now and see up I I IIII N o DISC.OUN:[ I RED I HOT P R I C E S )

freezer manual defrosting.A fVllt ?,

no frost refrigerator freezer
might be: 13.7 cubic feet ((70'I COST No Dealers Please! AMANA KELVINATOR EMERSON QUIET COOL
per cent bigger) two zone I -

food preservation zero-de
gree freezer and, best of I 4,000 BTU 17,000 BTUs$2l8 15,000 BTUs s!

or all,refrigerator.Even no frost ever. in the freezer' No Air Conditioners I

if your do more 1964 Money

model costs a few pennies ex- Down $97 $198

tra to operate, it will probablycost
less to buy. The average [ Months
1964 Models in Cartons I
All crated with
price of refrigerators has gone units multi-speed ,
down $17 just since 1961. To Permanent washable filterPay out fans chassis automatic thermostat Slide- 3 speeds Zinc Coated

Thermostats Cabinet
NEMA rated to cool! up to 1200 Adj. Grills Slide out
Ice Cubes Single switch control square feet Vent Control ChassisBTUs

Now Made
6,000 BTUs 25,000 BTUs 30,000

Easy WayIce : 1964 Models in Cartons

cubes have been both the I ( Only 10

blessing and bane of mechanical : $298 $349All
refrigerators since they I $1 38
were invented. A blessing be-
cause they supplied a welcome I NEMA rated. Cools up to 1750 crated 1964 models, with slide-
if limited, quantity of ice for 2-speed square feet! Has multi-speed fan out chassis multi.-speed fan auto-
a bane because of the icy ten-I Thermostat and automatic thermostat. matic thermostat
acity with which they stuck to I Adj. Grills
their trays and because of the ---_ Vent Control All crated 1964 models, with slide- NEMA rated. Cools up to 2000
loud family discussions that I out chassis! square feet!

occurred when someone forgotto
refill the trays. I

All that can be ended now, FAMOUS MAKE
since no-frost refrigeratorfreezers ,
can be obtained with industrious
little ice-making ma- _---======= tstsi

chines which never forget and I tJ == == =wtr0- !r = 1 3-SPEED POWERFUL
which knock themselves om == Brand Name ===
replenishing ice cubes automatically = A 14 0 Famous r -==rrstr -
as .fast as they can be 'statr BTUs = =
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in your scheme of life,']i I ==: = Deluxe Features = r
one manufacturer offers a var = An r ,. AIR CONDITIONERS
iation. A king-size tray Is', rrr- r. -- rsr-r-
hinged to flip over and depositIts --srr-- --.. --- -----o
cubes in container. The I rssr ttretts $179 -rr
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Ice cube problem by providing =-Y :: =-== = =- =rr girl 1 FieldsEasy
ejector-equipped storage bins =rr sr -r r '
over which the trays fit for l
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easy no-soak shucking.
No-frost refrigerator-freezers! Plan
eliminate a main nuisance of I WESTINGHOUSE ALL CRATED 1964 MODELS!
ice cube freezing -the accumu-;
lation of frost on the trays 0 \ 5,000 BTU COOLING CAPACITY NEMA rated Air exchange exhausts
that had to be scraped or wash! All deluxe features stale airZincclad
ed The no-frost action J $ 0
away. cabinet
I 1 080 Fits flush in window
f also prevents cubes from stick-i lasts up to 4 timesemo
Ing together In storage bins. iI i Thermostat controlled
longer than untreateHcabinets
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dehumidifies circulates air. .
In addition to their tradi-! R dust and dirt from the air. Slide I out chassisQuiet. .

tional role of beverage cooling,: VERY FAMOUS BRAND : No-rust Permanent aluminum washable wiwoer filter. .. unusually All welded chassis

ice cubes up now foods work for hard the at tab pepping Iti' AIR CONDITIONERS 2 speed fan low sound level Washable filters

and adding zest and charm to" 5-year entire unit 1
I 9,300 BTUsWoihabl warranty covers fo.r.1 year;
hot weather dishes of all kinds.
covers the sealed system for an additional 4 years.
Cold sparkling ice cubes can I .filters Thermostat control
be used to put extra crisp life Ventilation control Rust-res'stant cabinet NO MONEY DOWN TAKE MONTHS TO PAYAll
into salad vegetables such as! .
welded chassis 5-year Del. & Scr. Opt. Extra
celery sticks cucumber chips
carrot curls cauliflowerettesand

before radish serving roses., prepare About an the hour rel- 169 HURRY, HURRY FOR THE GREATEST SAVINGS EVER '

ishes and drop them in a bowl
of ice water to crisp and curl.


Q/d only true measure I give you
Families of six or more are S. 441 North at 23rd Blvd. Phone 376-8297 of value guaranteed cash savings guaranteed
better off with a separate freezer. ALWAYS. EVERY DAY.I. .


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i I :a:*,: : I Describe Glen Hobbie /

: scored on in his last 222-3 in

I Asociated Press Sports Writer nings.
) "His fast ball like this "
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Clay Dalrymple slapped a
and a pair of hands made a OiIDttt U two-run single in the second in. I

4. quick, darting movement"His
and John Herrnstein
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} .:( ( thisand the goes of hands .. ,; :" . J.-.J': .: ., .ii. slammed a two-run homer in
pair .
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made .. < ., ..' .' -' .;1J.'! I
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It's been a long time since the .S. : P '
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description fit Glen Hobbie .
who .
tiir'H. ; put the darting, dipping and ',. -,-,., '." .- ..... -' "'"...-'.; the Pirates run in the secondon
a double by Bob Bailey and
-: r'HulIIIKE WHITE.I'ONY S UVAKEN---- : BOYER -- MAURY- WILLS slanting together Wednesday for _. .. -." ..__. ;" ., ..., .., :..<.. ._':c ... .' Bill Mazeroski's single.

, his new St Louis teammates
June 11 1964 .
Thursday, The Reds pushed across the
I and pitched his finest game this .. _,. .. .. in the 11th

i: IN MAJOR LEAGUES season-a National two-hit, 2-1 triumph : > .: '': :' _. single winning by run Johnny Edwards on, a a
ov/r LeagueleadingSan '
I Francisco. --- .. _, _:.u,'_ ._, _. : wild pitch by Ron Perranoski

Both hits off Hobbie came in dips and slants described by the .Flood walked stole second and and Cardenas' single. The Dodgers -

hands of former Cubs ManagerBob scored the clincher another had tied it in the fifth when
! the first inning. The 28-year-old on
It's Election TimeBy right-hander allowed only one I Scheffing. Originally purchased White single off Ron Herbel. Wally Moon capped a three-run

walk the rest of the way, gain for $50,000, Hobbie Willie McCovey provided the uprising with a two-run homer.

ing the Cardinals a doubleheader -I brought a quick dividend when key hit for the Giants in the Vada Pinson hit a three-run

JACK HAND he was out of action due to a Javier got in on a rain check split after the Giants had he posted 16-victory seasons in opener, a two-run homer off homer for Cincinnati.

NEW YORK (AP-It is election broken foot. However, Mickey last July when Bill Mazeroskiof taken the first game 3-0. 1959 and 1960. :Bob Gibson, 5-3. It was Mc- Smith hit a three-run homer

time in baseball. In the next had been picked for the team. Pittsburgh suffered a pulled Hobbie now has made two appearances Then he ran into back: trouble Covey's first homer since May for the Mets and Kranepool

Albie Pearson of Los Angeles, leg muscle. Maz is way down since being acquired and was able to win only 19 22. drove in three runs with a pairof
few the will
weeks big leaguers I
pick the players for the All-Star hitting .220 this year through there at .229 this season. Boyer, from Chicago last week in an .games over the last three sea- I Bob Hendley and Gaylord singles. Jack: Fisher allowed

Tuesday's games, was his re of course has been among the even swap for Lew Burdette. He sons. At the tail end of '1963, i Perry combined for the four-hit 11 hits as he brought his recordto
to be played July 7 at
game placement. leaders all season with a .328 av had an 8.00 earned run averagein Hobbie pitched two shutouts ann i shutout, Perry lowering his 4-4, but got Billy Williams to
Shea Stadium. Unless
they ignore erage. \4 27 1-3 innings with the Cubs seemed to be back in form, but earned-run average in relief ground out four times and

the batting averages, some Only Card Mays is in there solid althoughhis ', but has a 1.13 mark after per- he got off to an 0-3 start this I work to 0.88 with two inningsof trimmed his league-leading bat-

big names will be left off the Boyer is the only member of .400plus average has mitting only eight hits in 161-3 II year-and got on a plane to St.WUlS. hitless ball. He hasn't been ting average to .387. I
ticket. the Cardinals' All-Star infield in
dropped down to .359. But Tom- I_ innings for the Cardinals. 1- -

I If you take the top average a position to repeat on the basisof my Davis of the Dodgers 1962 Hobbie has been trying for His second-game victory

man from each position the average. Bill White the first and 1963 batting champion is BOBBY RICHARDSON four years to regain the dart, against the Giants trimmed SanFrancisco's I' I

of last baseman is hitting only .228.
only repeaters year'sregulars way off at .254 and Hank Aaronof edge over second-

will be Ken Boyer of Julian Javier, at second base, is Milwaukee the rightfield place Philadelphia to four per-

: StI: Louis Willie Mays of San batting only .224 and Dick starter; last year is hitting .293. centage points. The Phillies First Game Night Game

Francisco and Mickey Mantle of Groat, at short, with .281 is close Starting CatcherEd EXATHLETESIN closed in with a 4-1 triumphover ST. LOUIS abrhbt SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl CINCINNATI abrhbl LOS ANGELES abrhbl

the New York Yankees. but not quite up to Maury Willsof then with San Pittsburgh behind ChrisShort's Flood cf 3010 Hlller 2b 4010 Rose 2b 4130 Wills is 4110
Bailey, Warwick rf 4020 Mays cf 3110 Harper If 4110 Gilliam 3b 5000
' Mantle didn't start Los with his .288
'I Actually Angeles Francisco, was the starting I four-hit pitching. Groat ss 3000 Snider rf 4010 Pinson cf 5 1 1 3 W. Davis cf 5 2 3 1
last in Cleveland because mark.They'll Boyer 3b 30000J.Alourf 0100 Coleman Ib 2000 Moon rf 4122
year POLITICSAngelo I Elsewhere Cincinnati edged
( catcher in 63 but he is hitting James If 3000 Cepeda Ib 4010 aJohnson Ib 3 0 0 0 Parker Ib 5011
.I .the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4 on White Ib 3000 McCovey If 3122 Robinson rf 5 0 0 0 T. Davis If 5020
.184 for Milwaukee this
only Javier 2b 4010 Haller 3011 Edwards c 412 Roseboro c 3020
Leo Cardenas' run-producing Uecker 2000Hart3b 3000 Cardenas ss 4 1 2 1 Trace'skl 2b 3 0 0 0
year. OKLAHOMA CITY Okla in the 11th inning and the ALong 1000 Garrido ss 3000 Boros 3b 5011 OWaHs 1000
Wield athletes' achievements and single McCarver C 0 0 0 0 Hendley p 3000 Purkey p 3000 Ortega p 1000
averages speak of the OU football team New York Mets walloped the Gibson p 3000Perryp 0000 cKlaus 1000 Brewer p 1000
the top men in the National at ([AP-In Oklahoma, it helps to Totals 20040 Totals 30373 Jay p 0000 Fairly 1000
almost with reverence. They remember -Cubs 8-3 as Charlie Smith and a-Grounded out for Uecker in 7th; b-Ran Perran'skl p 1 0 0 0
each position are Orlando Cepe- have a sports background to for Snider in 8th. eHoward 1000
accounted six
i Reynolds' two no-hit Ed Kranepool
Totals CO 511 S Totals 404114
da, San Francisco, first base carve out a career in politics.At games and his seasons as the runs. Houston and Milwaukeewere j St. Louis ... .................000000 ooo-e a-Struck out for Coleman In 6th; b- I
SticksAt .309; Ron Hunt of New York, least three Oklahomans of :1.0 Francisco ..-.-.-......000 001 01 x-3 Grounded out for Brewer In 6th; c-> I
Hurley star pitcher while the Yankees not scheduled. Popped out for Purkey In 10th; d-Filed
second base, .306; Wills, shortstop athletic fame have found this to out for Tracewskl In 11th; e-Struck out
rolled to five world champion I Hobble now 1-3. allowed a E-Hsller. PO-A-St. Louis 247. San for Perranoskl In 11th.

.288; Boyer, third base, be true. ships from 1949 through 1953. I run in the first when Harvey :Francisco 27-lO. DP-Cepeda and Haller. Cincinnati .,.,.... WJ 100 000 01-J
.328 Williams of Bud Wilkinson, Allie Reynolds LOB-St. Louis 7, San Francisco 7. LOS .... .. ..
; Billy Chicago, 1 Angeles 000 130 000 00-4E
They recall the Sooners' 47- Kuenn singled upon a 2B-Haller Snider. HR-McCovey. SB-
Gaelic Park 395, Mike White of Houston .352 and Tom Sturdivant have proved Warwick. SFHaIler.IP -None. PO-A-Cincinnati 33-21. Los
football and scored a single
winning streak grounder on
game H R ERBBSO Angeles 33-14. DP-Gilliam, Tracewskl
and Mays .359, outfielders, and the: drawing power of their reputations under Wilkinson and the Oklahoma by Willie Mays. Gibson L, 4-3 ...1 7 3 3 3 5 and Parker Parker and Tracewskl.
r at the Oklahoma xHendley W, 5-4 7 4 0 0 4 10 LOB-Cincinnati 4, Los Angeles S.2B .
oe Torre, of'Milwaukee, catcher polls. national championshipteams Curt Flood and Bill White ;Perry ..... .. .2 0 0 0 0 3 -Parker. Wills, W. Davis. 38-Car.Senas. .
339. All three face a final test in the X-Faced 2 men In 8th. W. Davis. HR-Pinson, Moon. S-
SfrwJnrk {!;httt -- Nov. 3 election. in 1950 1955 and 1956. then produced the runs Hobbie WP-Gibson. Interference-ty Haller (Boyer Roseboro 2.
general in the ). U-Sudol Pryor Secory Burkhart. IP H R ER BBSO
ARTHUR DALEY And they still with needed. Flood singled
By Al LeadersIn Wilkinson, who led Universityof keep up T.2:19. Purkey ....... 5 10. 4 3 :3
Sturdivant who started his base- fifth, stole second and scored onWhite's JayW,3-2....... 2 1 0 0 0 1
New York Eddie Keher a broth of a lad from Inistioge, the American League, Joe Oklahoma football teams on Second GameST Ortega .. ...... 31-35 4 4 3 2
ball with the Yankees. single. In the seventh .. ....
Pepitone of New York Nellie career LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO Brewer 22-3 I 0 0 0 2
last and the glory trail for 17 seasons re
was Ireland's most prodigious hurling scorer year, abrltbi abrhbl Perranoskl. L. 2-2 S 4 1 1 1 2
Seamus Cleere another broth of a lad from Bennettsbridge, Fox of Chicago (now Houston), tired after the 1963 competitionto Flood cf 4220 Kuenn rf 4110 I WP-Perranoskl.' _U-Weyer Harvey
Groat Conlan, 22
ss 4000 Hiller 2b 4000 Venzon. T 2:54. A- ,,$ .
was the sport's most valuable player. These two dark-haired Voilo Versalles of Minnesota run as a Republican for the White Ib 4022 Mays ct 4011 Night Game

Frank Malzone of Boston Earl! U.S. Senate. He the nomination Boros Has Work Boyer 3b 3000 McCovey If 4000 PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA
celts along with other dark-haired celts, will be wielding won James If 4010 Cepeda Ib 2000 abrkbl ab r h bl

hurley sticks for Kilkenny's champions at Gaelic Park on Battey of Minnesota, Al Kalineof in May 5 primary. McCarver. c 4 0 0 0 Haller c 3000 I Mote Schofield ss 3000 Roles| ss-If 4010
Lewis rf 2010 Hart 3b 2000 cf 4000 Allen 3b 3000
Sunday against a selected team of transplanted Irishmen Detroit and Leon Wagner of Reynolds, onetime mainstayof Clemens rf 2 0 0 0 Garrido ss 2000 Clenden'n Ib 4 0 0 Callison rf 4 000

"Tis match it is that would Cleveland are not leading their the New York Yankee base- Javier 2b 3010 Peterson 1000 Freese 4000 Coving ion If 1 100
from New York. the sort of Hobbie p 4 G e I Shaw p 0000 Clenden'n Ib .0-0 bwine ss 10)9
draw 80,000 In Dublin but hardly will attract more than a respective positions. Wagner, of; ball pitching staff has made a: Cut Out for Him bSnlder Herbel p/ 2000 Maze'skl Bailey 'If 2b J 1 I Conwlez cf 3220
1000 3021 Herrnst'n Ib 3 1 ? 2
tenth of that total here. course, leads the league with 46 name for himself state business D'venport 0000 Pagliaronl c 3 0 0 0 dSlevers 0000
circles. Now he's Totals 34 2 7 2 Totals 2' 1 2 1 Friend p 0000 eAmaro Ib 1000
In the All-Ireland tournament last season Eddie set a runs batted in but his averageof runningfor a-Grounded out for Garrido in 8th; aAlley 1000 Dalrymple' c 4 0 1 2

record of 14 points in one game showing uncanny accuracyat .290 isn't among the leaders. state senator on the Demo- GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) gressional Country Club in I b-Grounded out for Herbel in 8th. cStargell PriddY p 1000 0000 Short Taylor 2b 2000
p 4000
various distances. He's a Celtic Ty Cobb In his abilityto American League leaders at cratic ticket. He won the nomi- -Easy-going Julius Boros set Washington, D. C., next week. St. LOUIS ... ... ......... 000 OIl 100-2 Green p 0000

place his hits. Although he can belt the hurley ball more each position are.Fred Whitfieldof nation in a runoff primary May out on a back-breaking assign- PGA officials said the record San Francisco .."........ 100 000 000-1 Face Totals_ p 30141 0000 Totals 35444

than half the distance of the 140-yard field, he is not deemedan Cleveland first base .317; 26. ment today-defense of two big book indicated this was the first McCarver.. Haller. PO-A-St. Louis 'Ran a Struck for Covington out for In Friend 5th; c-Struck In 5th b-
f abnormally long hitter. Bobby Richardson of New York, Sturdivant, the only one of the golf titles within two weeks. time a National Open Champ '10 27-10, San, San Francisco Francisco 3. SB 2712.-Mays lOB-St., Flood Louis(2). 'I for Hermstein Priddy' In In 8th 8th; d-Announced for

\ "Ollie Walsh our goalie Is the longest," said Eddie in his second base .302; Jim Fregosiof trio still active in sports is The 44-year-old Boros led a took on the job of defending that .. IP H R ERBBSO Sievers In 8th. ; e-Fouled. out for

solft, lilting voice thereby classifying Walsh as a Celtic Los Angeles, shortstop .347; tending to his duties as a pitcher field of 149 pros into today's crown and another title in con- HobbleW.Herbel L, 3-2 1-3.... B I 2 7 2 1 2 1 2 4 4 2 Pittsburgh .... ..H.... .. 01800000 -1:
Babe Ruth. "He once scored a famous point from 120 yardsout. Brooks Robinson of Baltimore, for the New York Mets while opening round of the 72-hole secutive weeks. Boros was that Shaw .......... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .Philadelphia' ... 020 200 OOx-4
I Interference By Haller (Boyer). U- E-C'endenon.' Bailev Frees TG7e .
." third base, .306; Chuck Hinton -running for the Oklahoma $66,000 Buick Open at Warwick man. Pryor Secory Burkhart Sudol. T-2:15. PO-A.__Pittsburgh 24-y Philadelphia' 2715.
A-1U84. DP' ,
r, Distance Hitting"A of Washington, .350 Tony Senate as a Republican. Hills Country Club. To his Night Game Friend-Freese Schofield Piagliaronl and Clendenon and Clendenon; Wine.;
Oliva of Minnesota .369 and Liking CHICAGO NEW YORK Taylor! and .Herrnf ">. LOB-Pitfsburgh/
; and In addition to trying to hold
Reynolds Sturdivant abrhbi
t few said Nick Purcell the manager of 1 are Boros found the abriubI 4. Philadelphia 8.
years ago Mantle .306, outfielders, and El- from Oklahoma City but are indifferent onto his Buick title, Boros faces Stewart 5040 HIckman cf 5000 28-Balley. Gonzalez. HR-Hermstein. I
the team, "They held what you might call a distance hitting I rolling Warwick course to his Brock rfcfSOlOHunt2b 4120 -Allen.
ston Howard of New York, districts. the job of trying to retain his Williams If 4 0 0 0 Gonder c 3210 IP H R ERBBSO
contest around the Cooley Mountains. 'Twould be like golf catcher .323. liking Wednesday as he shot a : Santo 30' 4010 ChrTpher rf 3 2 2 1 Friend, L. 4-4 ... 4 4. 3 2 5
without putting or iron shots. Oklahomans are proud of their National_ Open title at the Con- 69-three under I Banks Ib 4000 Kron'poo11b4023 Priddy 3 1 0 0 2 3
a Cowan
pro- cf 3211 Taylor If 4121 "Green o 1 0 0 0 0
They hit the hurley ball witha am tournament. Boros had four Elston p 0 0 0 0 D. Smith If 0000 Face .. 1 0 0 0 1 0
stick and then hit it Spring 00 McMillan ss 4120 Short, W. 4-3 ..... S 4 1 1 2 I
hurley sub-par rounds in last year's bA'lf itano 1 01 0 C. SmltP,3b41 23 *Faced 2 men In 8th.
from where it landed. Welter McDaniel p 0 0 0 0 Fisher p 4010 >dM'
again Issue UrSont"ll/ Steiner Birllck-
Fight : Buick tournament which he led Schaffer 4021 T A15,152.Defil1U.
it he did.
Ollie Walsh won from the Rodgers 4111
opening day. Slaughter p 1 0 0 0
"Around the
Schurr p 1000
All six members of previous
said Seamus "the distance aGab'son rf 2 0 0 0
Buick Opens were here for the Totals 31 J 11 J Totals U' 14 I Out
might be three miles and Ol 'Level of the Navel'AMERICAN seventh renewal. Besides Boros e-Hlt Into force out for Schurr In 7th;
lie took 68 hits of the balL" b Singled for Spring In 8th.
they included Billy Casper, Art
"The Cooley Mountains" Chicago ......... ..........111100 ooi-1 Of TourneyBRISTOL
said Nick note of rever- Wall Jr., Mike Souchak, Billy New York --.-.-.-....... 1)1 III MX-*
a LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP-Pre- Dundee, Rodriguez' his waistline up around his arm- Collins and Jackie Burke.

>nce entering his voice and a E-Fisher, Williams C. Smith Elston. England (AP)
fight verbal skirmishes betweenthe handler, appeared before the pits, Dundee declared taking -
twinkle entering his eye, "is Jack Nicklaus and Arnold A-Chicago 24-13 New York 271. DP- Three Florida tennis
of some liberties with the truth. Santo players
camps welterweight Nevada Boxing Commission and Banks; Santo Stewart and
where Cuchulain performedas champion Emile Griffith and Palmer, who are 1-2 in money Banks Spring Stewart and Banks Mc. were eliminated Wednesday

a boy. And we have to be- challenger Luis Rodriguez on Wednesday and bluntly charged Griffith also rolls the top of winnings on the PGA tour this Millan coon I, Hunt New York and Kranepool.5. LOB-Chi- from the West of England

.tl lieve those legends, we do." I the eve of their title match here that Griffith wears his trunks his trunks over the wide belt of year, passed up the Buick tournament HR 28--Cowan Gonder, C., $Schaffer Smith Christopher Stewart C. Smith Rodgers. Tennis Tournament.

\ Ah. Cuchulain! As any reached an intriguing level. too high. his protective cup, which further to get in practice Stephanie DeFina of Holly
spalpeen should know, the I adds to the high rise, said Dundee rounds for the National Open. Slaughter L. 2-1 21-31 5 5 1 1 wood was defeated 6-2. 2-6, 6-3
Perhaps indelicately, but dead "Every time he gets hit legit- ...........
mighty Cuchulain was one of adding: "It would take a Schurr 32-3 2 1 1 0 0
ARTHUR DALEY seriously, the issue concerns the imate at the waistline, he Among those shooting for the Elston ........... 1.3 1 2 1 1 0 by Helga Schultze of Germany.
the greatest of the fabled Irish search warrant to locate Grif Spring ... 2-31 0 0
level of the navel. screams foul because he wears fith's button." Buick $66,000 prize money were McDaniel =::=::::. 1 1 0 -r0- : Carol Prosen of Orlando was
heroes. He gave an exhibitionat belly Tony Lema fresh from his victory FlsherW,4-4..5 11 3 3 0 4 defeated 6-1, 6-1 by Rita Bentley
thousands of and Irishmen U Smith, Gorman Pelekoudas, Williams.
games years ago Belly Button last Sunday.in the Thunderbird T-2:24. -14,010. England.

have related the story with bated breath ever since. a? I I .: .. : Retorted Gil Clancy, Griffith's Open, and Gary Player
All 32 kings of Ireland were assembled for the games along I
could who has picked $29,000 thus
co-manager: "Maybe we up '
ladies and their noblemen. Then the principal
with their
paint a new belly button on far in 1964.
king asked Cuchulain how far a man could hit a hurley 5COStij "
Up higher, of course.
ball. Still in serious vein, Dundee
"I'll be demonstratin' it to you, sire" said Cuchulain, demanded that the commission

fetching a ball a mighty swipe with his hurling stick. LEAGUEW I NATIONAL LEAGUEW order a personal check of the /MAJOR1
L Pet. G. L Pet. C.B.
Presented It to KingSlowly Chicago 31 14 M9 'I San Francisco 31 21 .594 matter and the Griffith people '
Baltimore 31 If .620 2V* Philadelphia! 29 20 -.592 Vi VfrJLEAGUE
he walked over to the pavillion, poured himself a New York 26 21 .553 4 Cincinnati 21 23.5 2V*, quickly requested the same examination -
Cleveland 24 23 J31 7 .Pittsburgh 28 2S..52I 3Vi be made of JJr.guLz' -
cup of potheen, sipped it appreciatively and walked back to Minnesota 21 2S.52I 7 St. louis 2* 26 .519 4 )ILEADERSf ,

the box of the principal king. After a short wait Cuchulain Boston 27 22 26.5Ot 21 U40 im BDetroit Chicago Milwaukee 24 26 "21.Af1.480 5,% fighting gear.

caught the descending ball on the flat of his hurley stick and Washington 2S 32 .43 12 Los Angeles 25 28 .472 4* So executive secretary Jim AMERICAN LEAGUE
Los Angeles 23 33 .411 13V* Houston 25 30 MS 7V4 -
presented it to the principal king. New York U 36 .333 14 Deskin Batting (100 at -I1)-Ollva. Mlnnessota -
Kansas City 17 Si J3J 17VYesterday > dutifully went to and Fregosl Los Angeles. Ml.
Whenever Cuchulain hit the ball around the Cooley Moun- Results Yesterdays Results respective headquarters and Runs-Oliva. Minnesota, 42; Allison
.Boston 7-4 New York 4-10, 1st
game Louis .1 .
San Francisco: 3-1. St. Minnesota. 3*
tains, it must be presumed that he required only four shots, (10 innings.) New York I. Chicago 3 had each fighter pose in his Runstted In-Stuart. Boston. end
for each side. Los Angeles 7-5. Cleveland 4-3 1st Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 1 Wagner, Cleveland 44.
one game (11 innings.) Cincinnati S. Los Angeles 4, (11 Innings ring costume for the nationally Hits-Oih/a. Minnesota 79; Hint on.
44 "Tis to be presumed, of course," said the manager, Washington 3. Kansas City 1 ) televised 15-rounder Friday Washington 7S.DoubesHlnton.
Chicago 2. Baltimore 1 Only games scheduled. Washington 14 Brevsoud
looking apologetically at his two players, "that Cuchulain Detroit 5. Minnesota 4 Ten rs Games night Boston MathewS. Kansas; City '1.. .
was Ireland's greatest hurley player unless it was Finn Today Games Milwaukee (Seahn *4) at San FranCisco I and Allison and Ollv Minnesota, 12. '. .
New York (Botrton 3-5) at Boston (Sanford 4-5) back with in Triples-diva Minnesota 5; Ten tied
MacCool. (Monbouquette 2-5). night Chicago (Jackson J-3) at New York Reporting tongue with 4.Horn.
'Ah, Finn MacCool," said Seamus with a celtic sense of Baltimore (Pappas 4-3) at Chicago (Lary 0-0) cheek, Deskin said: runs-KWebrew. Minnesota 17,
(Talbot 10)Minnesota 5 t_ Louis tWashburn 2-3) at Los Angeles Coiavlto Kansas CJty.14.
true appreciation of the legendary past. (Stigman 14) at Detroit (Drysdate 7-5). night "I can announce that both of Stolen base-AparicSo Baltimore 2*;
(Aguirrc 1-2) Cincinnati (Tsitouris -23) at HoustonBruce Web. Chicago and Davalillo Cleveland. please
There are 15 men on a hurling team all mere 'mortals, Los Angeles (Chance 4-2) at Cleveland! ( a-2). night. them have navels. Griffith's is I.. .
more's the pity. But Finn MacCool was an immortal, unless (Kralick 4-1). night Only games scheduled.Tomorrow's I Pitching (S decisions)-Ford, New
inch smaller than
Only games scheduled.Tomorrow's Games one-quarter York, 7-1. .175 Bunker, Baltimore and
any gossoon would be so contemptible as to believe that the Games Milwaukee at San Francisco N Luis' but both are located at the Kralick Cleveland.. 4-1, J57. : _- -3
Los Pittsburgh at Chicago I Strikeout*-Radatz, Boston 71; Pena
imaginative Gaels would ever embroider facts. Bad cess to Kansas Angeles cry at at Cleveland Detroit. N N St. Louis at Los Angeles. N legal height at the waist line. .Kansas CIty. i&NATIONAL
those who would dare think so. Minnesota at Washington N Cincinnati at Houston. N LEAGUEBetting'
N "I told them to wear I .
New York at ooo at batswiUijms Chicago
In the first, hurling match Finn MacCool ever played, his Chicago Baltimore at at New Boston York, N 2 twtaight fLORIO" STATE LEAGUE trunks at the waistline and no JUt Mays San Francisco .354.

side won with ridiculous ease. So they put only 10 men on his St. Petersburg 34 W W L -PCLG.B.'tt sneaking around trying to pull I Run,*.Chicago-Mays,, 3S.San Francisco, 45; Williams The most famous f equtet for whiskeyever

side and 20 on the other for the next match. His side still. Bachus SignsST. Deytona Ft. LauderdAle Beach 31 30 20 22 M.577* 2 3V4 them up during the fight"Deskin 45 Runs, Boyer batted St. louis.In-Mays 42, San Francisco. sounded_ liquor stores and taverns.

won with ridiculous ease. For every succeeding match the Lakeland 31 23 .574 3 said he will instructthe i Hits-Williams. Chicago, 75; Oamente. results
And it The special qualityof
34 M .500 TV gets :
Sarasota Pittsburgh 74-
officials kept reducing the size of one team and adding PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS Tampa 24 30 .444 10V referee to watch if not contemplate I Dcuble-Willlans. Chicago 14; Oamente. -
players to the other. In the final match it was Finn MacCool (AP) Jim Bachus, 21-year-old Mien It 34 JM 15 the respective navels. Pittsburgh, 15. taste that more people prefer over any other
15 34 -2M II ,
Orlando I Triples Santa, Chicago 4; Catnson.Philadelphia. .
single-handed against all the others. The result? How could outfielder who graduated this Yesterday Result Rodriguez remained an 8-5 r. 5. whiskey ever distilled. So speak up.
doubt it ? week from Auburn St. Petersburg at Miami OP&Fort Home runs-Mays, San Francisco. II 1
ye man University, Lauderdate 7. Sarasota betting favorite to dethrone Williams. Chicago 15. Certain pleasure is yours for the asking.
"He flashed among them as a salmon among minnows," has been signed by the Minnesota Lakeland 3. Orlando B Griffith who uncrowned him S.sawilll.. Los Angeles 20; .
Daytona Beach 5. Tampa 4 (10 innings) Harper. Cincinnati 12. :
wrote a historian. Of course, Finn MacCool won. Twins for their Orlando Clubin Today Games last June after Emile had lost Pitching (5 decisions)-Ferret!. Houston. Say Seagram's and be Sure .

This was in his youth and before he wrestled the devil and the Florida State League. He St.Daytona Petersburg Beach at at Miami Tampa(2) the title to the Cuban refugeethe 1-2.. .16&trtkeoubKoufaz.t-I, .900 Marietta, San Francisco.

chased him out of Ireland. is from Pensacola. Sarasota at Fort Lauderdale preceding March. I $ Los Angeles, 1'1 wcu inwu tcar&rr.u TOU Cltt.1UI1O IIIISICf.15 nDrI. WIIIMUt
Lakeland at Orlando Drystialc Lea Angeles,, 14.

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K 16 Gainesville Sun Thursday, June 11, 1964


: Jackon Fregosi Steers Back to Top of AL Heap

l -I '
c k aus ,By MURRAY CHASS Angels also won the second. ;osi volunteered to drive the. run homer the next Inning. He I run blow and Tony Kubek;sole
Boston for In the
Ii I Associated Press Sports Writer game of the doubleheader 53. station wagon. $75,000 expansion -had a bunt single in the eighth blast in the Yankees' second-
(I/ 11rlINDfR6/RD CtASg/C. w6areNflrfReRriMyPtAR Jim Fregosi, who once drove The 22-year-old shortstop'. draft, he has a major The Angels sewed up the game triumph. '.

MY PtAN ,.Ir't1, 1 a 520 y 5 r DOd4EG...eFl'- the team station wagon, has driving experience came while Pulled MuscleHe league average of .286. nightcap with four unearnedruns Home
might escaped leg runs by Tony ConlgH-
steered himself back to the top he played for. Alpine, Tex. ii in the fourth. After short
ONSwERING FAST rouble then but he hasn't this Led BattersHe aro and Dick Williams gave the
1 ,
Dick Howser threw
of the American League battingrace. the Sophomore League. Eigh'team stop wildlyon \
i UI6tl'O A rINAL-:; ;.eason. He pulled a leg muscle led AL batters early this Lou Bob Red Sox the opening victory
ROuND H' ON 'MI J members traveled in s Clinton's.grounder,
IIOL.MIG1 r VERY against New York May 23 and season but soon fell behind the Perry drove in two with I Phil Linz had put New York intoa I
Fregosi belted four hits and station wagon, the other 12 in 2 runs
WELL MEANrl1E :nissed the'next 15 games ex red-hot Oliva. The Twins' rookie, I 6-5 lead in their half of the
a single and Satriano doubled
WINNING> "J Fe. e.NCe. drove in six runs Wednesday rented limousine.To .
for however went hitless in four 10th with a run-scoring single.
seven pinch-hitting
zept ap- : home another pair. Vic Davalillo -
1 IN E:1"11NG UP -n-fE BIRDIE night as Los Angeles downed avoid getting leg cramps .

I A LONG Delve ArrOR": -rN&DIyfING'f Cleveland 7-4 in 11 innings. The ,while sitting in the back. Fre- pearances. times at bat as Detroit nipped knocked in two Clevelandruns Bob Allison drove in three

1.1 ADVAN'A6& OF BWNG Minnesota 5-4 Wednesday night.In with a double in the first
ABLE fO Gist WOMB WITH Since returning to the line-up runs for the Twins with a third-

COND.'L!; ; full time last Sunday Fregosihas other games, Chicago and a single in the third. inning double and a two-run

: ': GLAYIIJCG' -rnCOKN6K : A American Lea'g 'BoxeS lashed 10 hits in 19 at bats. edged Baltimore 2.1, New York The White Sox won their 12th homer in the eighth. But MikeRoarke's

r. R/Gilt-10-LEFT GLC/eLYc.P? !' His performance Wednesday outslugged Boston 10-6 after los game In the last 16 with the aid run-producing singlein
ORDER -ro R'IACH "TJoo16 night raised his average 15 ing 7-6 in 10 innings and Wash of catcher's interference by Bal the seventh proved to be the

\I 61PS OF'Mi FAIRWAY. timore's Dick Brown in the winning tally for the Tigers.
t. Night Came Night Game points to .362, tying him withMinnesota's ington stopped Kansas City 31.

BALTIMORE ab r b M CHICAGO ab r b bi NEW YORK abrhbi BOSTON abrhbi Tony Oliva fog the Fregosi doubled home two fourth. Pete Ward was given Wayne Causey contributedthree

J Brandt cf 3001 McCraw ib 5120 Kubek ss 4332 Jones 2b 5 0 1 0Rlch'sOn league lead.Fregosi's. runs in the Angels' 11th in the first base on the interferencecall. errors to the Senators' attack -
Aparlclo ss 3010 Buford 2b 4030 2b 5 1 2 0 Conigliaro If 5 000
=- to', .. Bowen rt 4010 Wets 2b 0000 Marls rf .5333 Y'trrskl cf 4000 hitting has stood out I opener. The tie-breaking run Floyd Robinson, who had Washington scored hi the

p ( c. c... Siebern Ib 4000 F.Rob'son rf 41 2 1 Mantle cf 5022 Stuart Ib 43 4 C scored on Sonny Siebert's walkto singled, then scored from sec second after a throwing error by
1 If 0000 Thomas rf 5143 this for the Angels who
: f-0 Rob's'n 3b 4 0 1 0 yWard 3b 2000 Lopez season ,
t .. t Powell If 3010 Hansen ss 4021 Tresh If-cf 5122 Malzone 3b 5110 in ninth Tom Satriano. Fregosi belteda ond on Ron Hansen's single. the Athletics' shortstop and add.
1 Adair 2b 4020 Mlncso If 3010 Howard c 4000 Bressoud ss 4 1 2 0 are wallowing place,
t Brown c 4110 Stephens If 0000 Gonzalez Ib 5 1 3 0 Nixon c 4011 13Vi games out of first. run-scoring double in the Roger Maris smashed a three-I ed two runs in the seventh with

Roberts p 1000 H'shb'ger cf 2 0 0 0 Llnz 3b 5001 Spanswick p 2 01 2 fourth, then slammed a three- run homer, Tom Tresh a two- the help of his third error.MOTT'S .
Hall p 0000 Martin c 3000 Terry p 2000 Heffner p 1000 Fregosi never has hit .300 in ,
aJohnson 1010 Peters p 4010 aPepitone 1000 bMantllla 1000
.11.U Al..I.OW& HJ1'11NGI Miller p 0000 Fisher p 0000 Mikkelsen p 2 1 0 0 Charton p 0000 his four-year baseball career.
.tl. f. OVER GKAee AU.TWE Totals 31111 Totals 312112 Totals 43 I115 10 Totals 41 < 14 6 Since coming to the Angels from
a-Singled for Hall In 8th; y-Reached a-Fouled out for Terry in 6th; b-
WAY-f0 -rueTHEM G'R6EIJ iasa en catcher's Interference in 4th. Grounded out for Heffner In 8th.
tlp. Baltimore ................ OM coo 010--1 ..
LARGE 1;RON'r i'RAP6.. New York ...... ........ 002 132 012-ID
., IP -t i=AI1.rt: JoIn- Chicago .................. 100 100 OOx-2 Boston .................... 031 020000.- 4E U.C.T. Dayton

My APPROACH GOU2LY. E-Brown. Aparlclo. PO-A-Baltimore -Howard, Nixon. Malzone. PO .. ANew Trips
ANt'J.IS BALL LANDS 249. Chicago 2711. DP-Buford and York. 27 15 Boston 271. DP- ThorobredsMrHi
McCraw; Hansen and McCraw; Aparlclo Malzone Jones and Stuart. LOB-New .
MAY StLt.RUN '"'
A'rr 6I-I0R1.t1' and Siebern I Ward. Weis and McCraw. York 8, Boston t. nimt- riret
ON "'MROUGH ;;; Baltimore 7. Chicago 11. 2B Malzone Marls Mantle Stuart Fla. NationalOn
-J/t SMALL OpeNINCI:1: L.EF:1: 28-F. Robinson. 3B-McCraw. S-Ml- Jones Richardson Gonzalez. Tresh Ku
noso, Hershberger. SFBrandt.IP bek. HR-Marls, Thomas Kubek Tresh 1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6.7537SUNOCO
xRobertJ U 43 .. 6 10/ 2 1 1 0 Terry. W. 2.5 .... 5 10 < 5 0 1
Hall ......, .....1 0 0 0 1 D Mikkelsen ...... 4 4 0 0 1 2 Late Runs SERVICE
/os 7.aW M aM1 h. r /9 MTV t'4. c- Miller ..........1 1 0 0 1 0 xSpanswIck ..... 4 15 5 2 5
Peters W. 72 .... 11.3 0 1 0 3 5 Heffner. L. S-2 ... 4 4 3 2 0 4
f : Fisher .....". ..... 2.3 0 0 0 0 tx Charton .. .. .... 1 3 2 2 0 1 U. C. T. scored two runs hi 30 % TO 40 % DISCOUNT
-Faced 2 batters In 7th. .
x-Faced 3 men In 5th. HBP-By Mik. ,
WP-Peters. PB-Martin. kelsen' (Stuart). PB-Nixon. U-Smith. the last inning yesterday to '
Chylak Soar Salerno. T-2:U-MCKlnl.v'l Stewart, Honochick, Runge. T-2:53.: A- S ON ALL FIRST LINE TIRES
Then Twilight Game 2S, 16. gain a tight 3-2 victory over

f. Mighty LOS ANGELES abrhbi abrhbi MINNESOTA Night DETROIT Game Florida National in Junior i THOR('FARE

Klrkpa'k If 5210 Howser ss 4000 1 abrhbt ebrhbi League play.
fatriano Ib 4001 Davalillo cf 5010 Versalles ss 4 0 1 0 Thomas cf 4010
Fregosi ss 61 4 6 Wagner If 6 01 0 Rollins 3b 5010 Lumpe 2b 4220 Each team registered only 6.70 x 15 7.50 x 14
Clinton rf 601 0 Alvls 3b 3211 Oliva rf 4100 Kaline rf 4010 two hits as Robbins of U.C.T.
Casey StrodeTo Rodgers c 4000 Aleut c 3000 Killebrew If 5 2 3 OCash Ib 3001
Moran 3b 5000 bFrancona 0100 Allison Ib 4123 Demeter If 4000 and Green and Spears of Flori- $595 $995Tube
Adcock Ib 0000 Smith rf 1000 Hall cf 4011 McAuliffe ss 2 2 1 0
Perry ct 5010 R.Chance 2b 2 0 1 1 Battey c 3010 Wert 3b 2110 National hooked up in a
Knoop 2b 4210 cGrant 0000 bBI'mfield 0000 Roarke C 2011 pitching duel.Soxman Type Black Tubeless 4 Ply
Belinsky p 0000 Bell p 0000 Zim'rman cOO 0 0 Lolich p 3012 Black
If'' The MoundWayne Oslnskl p 1100 fDicken 1000 Allen 2b 3000 Sherry p 0000 and Smith had flori- Nylon Nylon
R. lH p 1000 Siebert p 0000eW. : Stange p 2000
Smith 1010 Brown 2b 3010' aGoryl 1000 da National's hits, while Register 50% DISCOUNT ON ALL
Duliba Held rf 1000 \
p 0100 Arrigo p 0000 and Scarborough rapped I
awh'field Ib 3 0 0 0 cMmcher 0000
Ramos p 2100 OGreen 0000 bingles for U.C.T. FOREIGN CARS
Wayne Casey gave up only combined for a one-hitter in dRomano c 2000 Totals 3544 Totals 28 514 The second INTERNAAONAL

four hits and struck out 16 batters Fire Department's victory. Totals 42 7 t 7 Totals U 4 5 2 a-Popped out for Stange In 7th; bRan game between CONSUMER CHARGE
a-Struck out for Held In 4th; b- for Battey In 8fh; c-Walked for Belk Lindsey and Knights of NEW TRED'S
I yesterday to lead Kirkpatrick Jones was the only First Na Walked for Azcue In 8th; c-Ran for R. Arrigo In 9th; d-Ran for Mincher in
Chance In 8th; d-Struck out for RamosIn tnMinnesota. Pythias was called after two
and Pierson to a 2-0 win tional batter with a hit.
8th; e-Doubled for R. Lee In th; f- ...... ..... innings because of rain. It will 600 x 13
.002 000 020-4
t over Life Underwriters in a Re- R. Parker also was the bat Grounded out for Bell In 10th. ,Detroit ....-...."....,... ill 000 10x-5 WILL HONOR
bel baseball Los Angeles ..... ....... 000 130 000 03-7 be made up at a later date.
,t League midget ting leader for the victors with Cleveland ...... ....... 000 110 020 00-4 I E-Stange. PO-A-Minnesota 2413. Detroit JUNIOR LEAGUEFla. ANY MAJOR LISTED 4 For $2495 Rife
i game. two hits in three at-bats. :' 279. DP-Versalles and Allison; Al- Nation: u. C. T.
Rodgers. Alvls Si bert. Knoop. PO- 'I.n. Versalles and Allison. lOBMinnesota abrh CREDIT CARD
Casey's pitching opponent, A-los Angeles 3317. Cleveland 339. DP 9. Detroit 3. abrh
Register was the leader at the Soxman c 411 Atch'sn ss 400
Satrlano Brown
-Fr osl. Knopp ; 28 ,
Ricky Rogers, also was impres- plate for Carlos Hope with two and Whitfleld. LOB Los Angeles 12. Versalles- Roarke.Killebrew.Wert.HR SF-Cash.-Allison. S- Martin Crosby If If 300 100 Goodhart inker Jb 300 ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR

sive, allowing only four hits and hits and Daugherty and Deels Cleveland. IP H R ER IB SO Green 3b-p 2 1 0 Reg's'r ib cf 311 300
Klrkpatrlck.. Fregost 2. W. Smith Stange, L. 1-6... 6 < 4 3 0 4
'I'''' striking out seven. Knoop. 3B-AMs. HR-Fregosi. S-0sln- Arrigo ........2 2 'Lolich 1 1 1 2 Spears 3b-p 300 Scar'b'gh c 301
picked two for
their up raps apiece ski. Brown. Dullba.I" W. 5-5... 72.3 9 44 25 Bal'sma 2b 1 0 OMosely 3b-lf 200 I MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR I
The winners scored Moose in the slugfest. H R ER BB SO Sherry .. ...... 11-30 0 0 2 0 Chitty 2b 100 Wilson rfBhziotes 100
in the fourth inning.In xBelinsky ........ 1 1 0 0 2 2 WP-Stange. Sherry. PB-Roarke. U- rf 100 Butcher rf 1 1 0
runs Pitchers David Nixon and Oslnski .......... 3131 2 1 6 6 laherty, Carngan Haller Bass rf 100 Yantz rf 1 0 0
other midget games, Fire Tom White paced North Cen! R. Lee .........., 32-32 2 2 3 4Dubnba 2:28. A-9,134.Pirates. Hurley. T- Bishop rf 200 Beck If 1 0 0
W 2-0 .. 3 1 0 0 0 1 Scott cf 100 McL'wn If 1 0 0 FRONT END
Department trimmed First National tal's win over Citizen's Bank Ramos ..........8 5 4 4 3 11 Wheeler cf 100 Andrews 3b 1 0 0 BRAKES RELINED

3-0 Carlos Hope out. Bell .............. 2 2 0 0 3 2 Smith ss 201 Robbins p 110
; by giving up only three hits and iebtrt U 1.2 .... 1 2:1: 2 2 0 Sign Holder Ib 300
slugged Moose, 14-12; North rapping two each. x-Faced 1 batter In 2nd. Totals 26 2 2 Totals 25 3 2 Parts and Labor Included ALIGNMENT
Totals 21 4 3
Central Baptist defeated Citi- The winners scored five runs WP-R. Lee.UDumont.. .DIMuro Paparella Drum- U. C. T. 018 002-2

zen's Bank, 10-4; and Hughes in the fifth inning to put the mond. T-3:40.Night Oam' I Prep Standout 14.95. $18.95 9 A Caster

Supply rapped University City
on ice.
I 12-5. game abrhbi abrhbiKoppe MT. SAVAGE, Md. AP) A The Nos. 3, 4 and 5 never appear 01 Toe InCamber
C. Boyd and R. Bethel gar- ss 4000Hows r ss 5120 on New York Yankee uni- 15,000 MilesGuaranteed 25,000 MilesGuaranteed
I In an unreported Tuesday nered two hits apiece to Klrkpatr-k If 5 1 2 0 Davalillo cf 4 0 2 2 spokesman for the Pittsburgh
Clinton rf 4100 Wagner If 3110 Pirates announced forms. They were retired after
game, Johnson and Faris edged Hughes Supply past University Pearson rf 1 0 0 0 Chance rf 4 0 0 0 Wednesday
10 2.1 the signing of being worn by Babe Ruth, Lou
North Central Baptist 53. Adcock Ib 4110 Whltfield Ib Bobby Robertsona
:City Lions. The winners scored /
I Torres,3b 4011 Romano c 4000
Mt. Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio. I
One-Hitter ,two runs in the fourth, four in Perry cf 4122 Alvls 3b 4020 Savage High .
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Springfield and R. the fifth and six in the sixth. Satrlano c 4012 John p 2110D.
I Lee p 2000 aFrancona 0000 man. I
add: Midget boxes
: McBride p 1010 Grant p 0000 I
bAzcue 1000 Robertson who batted .568
I I Totals 3* S I S Totals 35 3II3a in
II I -Walked for John In 7th; bFouledout scholastic competition this season .
WESTERN LEAGUE Ekes for Grant In 9th.

1st NATIONAL ab r h FIRE DEPT.ab r hKultert Daytona Las Angelas .............. 000 401..0G0- was signed for an undis- '!

i p-rf 3 OOP. Parker If 2 00 Cleveland ............ 101 000 010--3' closed bonus. I

.',o Jones ss 3 01 Krego If 000 Past TampaTo E-AdCock, Howser. PO-A-Los Angeles
Clayton 2b 100 Weaver Ib 3 01 27.11. Cleveland 2711. DP-Knoop, Koppe w
P'son. s Sap 1 0 0 S 'D'td 211 end Adcock. LOB-Los Angeles 7. Cleve-
P'son. d c 200 Butler 2b 300 land 7.
McKln'y If 2 0 OR. Parker p-c 3 1 2 Stay 3rd 2B-Davalillo, Klrkpatrlck Satrlano, NATIONAL iiiti
Ayers a rf 100 Dlnklns 3b 210 Adcock, Perry. Wagner. S-Kopp*.
; Bonner 3b 200 Davis cf 100 IP H R ERBBSO 1ta
Tomlln'sn Ib 2 0 0 Searles If 100 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS D. Lee W. 41.... 71.3 10 3 3 1 4 i
Hill Ib 100 Combs rf 000 McBride ..... 1230 0 0 0 2
Hall cf 100 Reid rf 000 Daytona Beach clung to third John. U 2-4...... 7' 7 5 1 2 7 Clothing.Store w
Kerns rf 000 Grant .."....... 2 2 0 0 0 1
T.lall" 0 1 2033 place standing in the Florida HBP-By D. Lee (Wagner). PB-Sa- +

1st Nat. 000 Ofe-4 State League Wednesday with a triano. U-DImuro. Paparello Drummond 208 W. UNIV. 'AVE.
Fire Dept. 003 OOx-3 Umont. T-2:25. A-7,422.
:5-4, ten-inning victory over Tam- Night Game '
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McDavId 3b 41 0 Bray IS 020 winning run came on a Green Jb 4000 Kennedy 3b 4010 I'
Will'sn c 31 1 Bennett p 1 20 single by Bill Atkinson which Charles 3b 2 0 0 0 Hinton If 3000 _
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Whitney If 41 Colavito rf 3 0 0 0 Skowron Ib 4000 I
i Martin IS 3 2 Folsom 3b 3 31Daugbty sent Pat Harrop home from second Aluslk Ib 3100 Lock cf 41 1 01Lou I
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Jones Ib 411 base. Tampa erased a 4-2 c 4010 Leppert c 3000 I 4 / rf
Ferber el 1118.
Wolcttc If 3 01 aBrumley c 1 01 0 Tailored "T"
Dee's PTrimmer 422 Register c 402 I dificit in the eighth inning to tie Mathews cf 3 0 2 1 Valentine rf 3 1 0 1 i to akrl'
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Lett rf 010 Denny 1 OC I.the score and send the game into dPfister 0000 Center 2b 2100 I
Allen rf 0 0 0 W. Smith 1 00
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Wright rf 1 0 0Un'w'd 10 innings. Bowsfleld p 3 0 0 0 Hannan p 1011 1'I ,
2b 010 Fort Lauderdale's Yankees Drab'iky p 0 0 0 0 Kline p 0000
Hope c 100 fBryan 1000 I .
I Tatals 21 12 6 Totals 2(147Moose shut out Sarasota 7-0. The Yankees Totals 31131 Totals 31 3 5 2

I UO Ul-11 a-Singled for Leppert hi Sth; b _
Carlos Hops 251 lx-14 i started in the first inning Grounded out for Valentino In 8th; e-I
REBEL LEAGUE.Klrk'ck with three runs and followed Singled for Mathews In th; -Ran for ,
Gentile in "th; e-Ran for Pfister In I
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S. Mete 2 0 0 R. Rogers p 3 01 Washington ...... ..... 010 000 20x-3E i Fg
J. Freeman 3 0 0 G. Berwick 301 Sarasota collected five hits to

W. Casey p 1 1 0 J. Long 300 eight for Fort Lauderdale. City-Causey 24-4 Washington 3. I Bowsfield.2711.PO-A DPKsnne.dy. -KansasI
R. Davis 21 1 S. Casey 300 Cottier and Skewron. LOB-Kansas This Tire Set The Records
S. Abram 2 0 1 B. Hunt 2 01 Lakeland pitcher Earl Griffin City 9. Washington 7. : .
B. Leo'pd 1 0 0 H. Wtems 201
I 38-Kennedy. SB-Green. Cottier. SF
D. Franklin 2 0 0 M. Duncan 1 0 0 struck out 10 Orlando batters
Hannan. 6f
C. McLoud 2 00 R. Htrrell 100 IP H R
and ERBBSOBowsfleld.
four hits as the Tigers
M. Thomas 1 01 M. Poole 000 gave up .. r1 4 Y 1
L. 0-1 7 4 3 0 1. 1 ; .l After setting several Ross-couptr9recordsr four
M. Hindery 1 0 0 handed Orlando a 3-0 de Drabowsky .... 1 1 0 0 0 2 i

D.L. Davis Prescott 000 100 feat. Don Pepper homered for Daniels Hannan W...1.3..4. 41-3 1 4 1 0 0 1 4 2 4 3 t Guardsman Nylon Tires were driven 146.2 t

Totals It 2 4 Totals 2t. Lakeland in the fourth.Leagueleading Kline ."n. .. 2.30 0 0 0 0' MPH without chunking tire failure of
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Hughes Supply Visitors Univ. City a.Lions. r II their scheduled game at Miami abrh b. ab r would give them in a lifetime of use and still ,

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By EDDY GILMORE I "Just walk around," suggest. ed the duke, "and look at what Finding myself in front of it,I '
I'' ASCOT, England (AP) I And the queen's favorite trackis you want to do. You'll find officials -! I gave way to a natural impulse : : : ; < j
tested for size and comfort a Royal Ascot, hard by her be- scattered around the place. to sit down. ',_ ,r I
YELLOW PERCH chair that, next to the throne I loved Windsor Castle. I & ,,!',. -, :.-, -. '
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prove yearsto Not THE NEWCHANNEL
Itl i 13 INCHES. RECORD WEIGHT IS come the favorite seat of It'wasn't exactly easy to test The royal box can be entered depths of the upholstery. '. '' .',", I I
4 POUNDS, 3"* OUNCES. Queen Elizabeth II. the queen's new racing chair, only from beneath a newlybuilt "Well, you've already done it, "'.", ,o'' ,
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It is a gaily upholstered,bam- especially as even the queen two-storied archway. Two officials haven't you?" replied the at t I I
'J boo-framed chair in the brand hasn't stood in the doorway and tendant. "
--- H'- z1 yet tried it out.: She will Z :
'JE7 new box in the nodded loftily when asked if the ;
,,j gleaming have the first opportunity at the Being in the chair, it was MASTERLe .
t $3. -million royal enclosure royal box could be entered. Inside I II ; "
SAUGER IS SMALLER Royal Ascot races June 20. only natural to wiggle about ; : ., "
."' AND MORE SLENDER THAN stand at what is perhaps theworld's First it took some help from all was swanky.Two I and test the resilience of the i __-
THE WALLEYE IT PESEMBLES most exclusive racetrack high places. This was forthcoming Chairs springs and softness of the upholstery. ;
LBS, BE 19-TO-2O INCHES LOrld.fsPCrr from Bernard Marma- Two chintz-covered bamboo They were perfect. GOLDEN CROSSFIRE ANTENNASo
The track is Royal Ascot, located
Duke Fitzalar-Howard, 16th chairs were in the front of the
I in the countryside 26 miles i Chrysler Corporation
Duke of Norfolk
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box the the left for the
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England and senior stewardof Space Division
and the other for her:
,k I --- the risk of committing lese- the Jockey Club. queen chief guest. Behind them, as if I i; New Orleans Successful In Color, and
WALLEYE is majeste, it must be reported His grace gave a preview of placed by precedence, were other will conduct interviews
,J THE LAR6EST PERCH-OVER 3 that; the queen's new seat shouldbe the new Ascot stand, which now chairs. Some are not as in Black & White TV Reception In This Area?
very close to her heart. accommodates
FEET MAY WEIGH OVER 2O LaS 8,000 people, grand as the others. GainesvilleJune
,F LO&PERCH (NOT SHOWN) IS THE Why? Because the queen's favorite compared to the old one which i 12
l I., 'MALLEST-MA'/ REACH 7 INCHES. I sport is horse racing. held 2,500. The box is entirely glassed in, I: For Let's face it! -you get a sharper, clearer picture on EVERY
bU the front glass can be raised'i : Among TV experts, this Is what Is known as a channel!
i I and lowered electrically. VALVE TECHNICIANSMinimum tough fringe area. In too many homes like That goes for black-and-white and color TV!
Gainesville Gas But back to the queen's chair.Derby ./II 2 years experience In yours, the TV picture isn't very good. Your And you get marvelous FM, too!
Romps assembly repair. refurnishment family's video enjoyment is marred by snow... It's all done with wonderful new space-age
test set-up and functional check ghosts..blur..and other forms of annoying principle-Proportional
Energy Absorption!
out of critical mechanical. pneumatic interference.
'I I MeetTomorrow cryogenic hYdraulic. and Found exclusively in the Channel Master
: I electrical-type valves and corm Here's where your TV dealer enters the pic CROSSFIRE!
Past ponents used In missile construeHon. ture! Because he is TV he
a expert, knows best
19-3 COST..you lustrous
Sunnyland Good blueprint and schematic get new
reading ability required. how: to get improved reception.! And he knows rooftop glamour in the CROSSFIRE-a beauti
I : which antenna is best qualified to do the job. ful "Golden Overcoat". And because this
j; Gainesville Gas banged out Crick and That's why he has chosen the new CHAN "overcoat" is the very same type of corrosion-
and C. Davis also for
Sunland to gain the There will be Tropical Pontiac
his resistant finish used in civilian
15 hits last night at Parkin INSPECTORFINALFUNCTIONAL and military
City scored three each.D. .
I runs win. derby meeting at 7 p. m. own use. Antenna power gives you "picture jet aircraft and space missiles..you can rest
a smashing 19-3 victory over Bibler and G. Watson picked Curry and Congleton were the tomorrow at the Boys' Club. power!" Because the CROSSFIRE puts more assured that your peak picture performance
Sunnyland to pace action, up four of Sunnyland's five big hitters in Publix' win All drivers are required to CHECKOUTS "picture power"to work than any other antenna will last. I
i in Business League softball I IIt over
hits with two each.
Smith Sinclair. They each had attend the meeting. Cars will be
play. CWA got only five hits in its two hits. inspected from 7-8 There } years experience performing CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE
I In other Business Dykes gave up only p.m. final checkout of complete missile
games, victory over Penn Chem but
also will be drivers'
four hits to gain the win. a meeting. systems In accordance with
CWA edged Penn Chem, 8-7; was aided by six errors. R. established test procedures. TechnIcal
Sunland routed Post Office No Smith Sinclair player got Sponsors and car numbers will! schooling or training re
16- Craig had two hits for the win-
be assigned. There also will be quired.
3; Publix defeated Smith Sin- ners, and N. Plummer went more than one hit. a discussion of plans for a I TECH TVCOLOR
clair, 8-2; Hav-a-Tampa trim three' for three for the losers. I Daniels rapped three hits in party To arrange for an interview
: '," med General Electric, 11-3; and Roberts, Saltzman, Proctor three trips to the plate to lead Call or apply in person to
Gainesville Livestock Market and Tierney also had two hits Hay A Tampa past General Films of last year's national Mr. G. GANAGA at 3726333.
.. and Medical Students were rain as Sunland waltzed past Post Electric. Weise and Keene soap box derby race and last The University Inn, from 12 TV HEADQUARTERS SALES AND SERVICE
ed out.J. Office. McAllister, Collins and also picked up two hits each for year's local race will be shown. noon to 8 p.m. on June 12
Grick, M. Bell and B. Shep- Saltzman scored three runs the winners. Windy Wilkerson, representing only. 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone FR 2-0433
ard rapped three hits apiece to apiece. Shores limited G. E. to seven .the co-sponsoring Gainesville CHRYSLER
I lead Gainesville Gas to victory. I Kent gave up only three hits hits as he gained the win. :Junior Chamber of Commerce, "
McDonald led the G. E. bat- emphasized that all drivers Corporation ,- More than 20 million women in the U. S. have jobs. Nevertheless, a recent
ters with two hits in four at- must attend tomorrow's meet- SPACE Division I I study shows that 90 per cent of them "find time" to read a newspaper on an I
Sugar Ramos Will Defend bats. ing. An equal opportunity employer averaire-- day
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By CEDRIC STRATTONSun bowler and a run-feast was "on"I somebody else,had six pitches. easily the ,best sustained spell I dayal,. high innings; Dinesh

Cricket CorrespondentThe for the.All-Comers. While Collins .Vince Morton made some majes'tic of the season and took his 25th Nayak, Cedric Stratton, high! u.trp +
All-Comers downed BritIsh commanded deal of drives in his 26 and with wicket in this inning. Norton I aggregate; Leo Collins, Vince' 4
a good Prameo Chamburker, put on Morton, all-round; Siraj Akbar,!! r
Isles 108-43 in the final cricket and closed end I became the second batsman to +
respect one
match of the best of five the batsmen did much up they'25 for the first wicket. To this aggregate 100 runs. I Stan Etchells; Bryan Whipp I o
series to win the UP club from'good foundation, Siraj Akbar, bowling; Tom Moore, Steve t
championship. The match was pleased with the offerings 10; Tom Moore, former'Florida The high total was within the Ragman, fielding. m
the other end.
originally set last Saturday but I All-America baseball player, 13, British compass but the loss of
was postponed until Sunday due A parallel situation would occur -not out; and Adi Contractor, 21, the first wicket with no score I
to rain. in baseball if a side had all added runs and the score'cast a long shadow Upon following Phils Wallop

John King won the toss, put-I just one pitcher and was obligedby mounted by stages to 108. Collins -. batsmen. British play {I j jI" 1028 NORTH MAIN STREET
ting the All-Comers in first. Leo the rules of the game to rest bowled without relief for rested upon holding out for a Dodgers 16-5,
Collins was the only recognized him every six pitches while figure 10 wickets for 34 runs, draw. The wicket was multi- GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
spaced, as usual, but whereasthe
British attack was limited Buddy Loop \I GRESHAM DRUG, 12 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.

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Hurry Home Daddy exploit a' pitch, the AllComersside In Jaycee Buddy Baseball.ac-|, McCOLLUM DRUG, 1124 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.
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.I Akbar was especially dangerous walloped the Dodgers 16-5, the,

Children Tell and several batsmen had their Pirates edged the Cards 13-12,:I McCOLLUM DRUG, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
MoreyBy concentration disturbed or broken Braves nosed out the Cubs 6-5,I
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JOHN FARROW "After this year I'll have to, out in the British championship!body. battled to a 13-13 tie before the'

CANTON, England (AP- think seriously about cutting in a field of 200. "Glance" Shots time limit stopped the game.\I 45 PLASTIC BAND AIDS 27

"Hurry home, daddy. back on competitive golf. At 44 Morey made the last 32 witha The Sun correspondent held Outstanding players in %the;

That was the cable Dale this is something you've got to 3 and 1 victory over Eddy out longest and by using many games played included Craig'i,
received from his two do." Shamash; a 22-year-old Scot "glance" shots (some would say
Cauthen and Randy Burford for
children-Maureen,who becamesix He said that playing in the Thornton got through to the "chance" shots) plodded to 31.the Giants; Mark Johnson, Jaye I 40 SANITARY NAPKINS 99
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will be seven on Sunday-as the place on his country's Eisen- over Mike Pearson of Moore held three catches at silly Athletics; Pat Tracy of the I

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Michael Bonallack, winner of day of his daughter and also fourth round are 52-year-old Bob strokes. The British innings the Braves; Kenny Kent of the 1[
the British Amateur in 1961, in "may mean that I'll miss Doug- Sweeny, winner of the title in closed at 48 half an hour before Cards; Gene Weintraub, Kenny i
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4 I Thursday., June 11. 1964 Gainesville Sun VI Ii I

i j i ,'He Quietly Stiirke's Odum, Area Youths --1

.J.I Registers At flBUSINESS t MARKET ttPORT

,..j J f I 'Ole' Miss' Win Awards at FFA Meet I REVIEW VI _

OXFORD, Miss. AP-Negro DAYTONA BEACH John Terra Alta, W. Va., national .
; J Cleveland Donald Jr. quietly D. Odom HI, 15-year-old mem rFA vice president, was sched- Late Morning
for classes at the ber of the Bradford (Starke) lied to speak this afternoon.

:I j University registered of Mississippi today. Future Farmers of America Awards last night included N. Y. Listing Readers' Request I II

i : He was the third Negro to register -Chapter this morning was those for dairy farming pro- "
named Star State Greenhand jects. Named as the District
\ at the all-white university.
AllisChal 18% IntNick 77%
I the State FFA Association. HI winner and recipient of $25 ii
Donald and his Derrick I ,
attorney, Alcoa 72 IntPap 31% Th following market quotations I
.' f i Bell of New York City, Odom, who is only the second from the National Dairy Corp. L AmAir 44% Jones&L 76%, Il I of are the requested Su' financial specifically page by The readers ,
escorted into the was Clarence M. Fields Jr., a. Ii tions 1 are furnished by quotaSTOCK LISTINGS
were campus FFAer to win this award whilein AmBrk 52% KaisAl 38 I

I) I library by university officials. his first year of vocational member 1 .of m the Santa. Fe Chap-\: ,I AmCan 45% Kencott 80%' II Rerce.WulbernMurphey. II
ier. rieias is a sopnomore at .,
agriculture, received a $100 AmCyan 64% Lig&My 77%
: Gober
Registrar George gave Santa Fe and
High is the
I cash award from State Commissioner son AmMot 13% Loch'd 34 NEW YORK .STOCKEXcHANGE Rayonier 1.20 34% Barnes Engineer __._ 20
I Donald his registration papers. of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fields.J. Rexall
I Donald told the dean of the of Agriculture Doyle AT&T 136% Lorillard 43} .sob 45% Butler Shoe 8

of Liberal Arts that he Conner at this. momi g's session F. Williams Memorial AmTob 33% Mag'vox 30} Reyn Metl .50 37% Chromaloy ------ 19%
College of the 36th annual State scholarships of $150 each were AmpxCp 14% MM&M 59% AbbotLab2.40 39 Rich Merr 1.00 41% Cinerama 6
wanted to take a basic courseI -
I English literature and another -FFA Convention.A presented this afternoon to Anaconda 40% Mohasco 13 Allied Chem 1.80 53% R C Cola 1.20 68% Computer Sci -_ 177..

I: in American history. $100 cash award also wentto three outstanding agricultural Armour 47%.Mons'to 77%i Amerada pt 2.00 ,82I Roy Dutch _- 1.73g 44% Cutter Labs A _- 16
I, .. education students at the Uni- Searle Gd __
Odom's advisor Paul Hutch- .90 61% Data Control 40
Babcock 29% MontWd 35} ---
Donald told newsmen, "Be I Am Elc Pow 1.16b 40%
versity of Florida. Singer __
They _
are BethStl 36 NatDair 81% 2.00 89% Fulton lads 9
; cause I am here to get an edu- ins.Another William E. Dampier former Amer Enka 1.40a 5H. Smith Kin
Gainesville area a Boeing 49% NatDist 25% 1.20a 60% Gen Develop _..:-.- 4\.&
I I won't hold
I cation, any press FFAer, Freddie Hitchcock of member of the Starke-Bradford Borden 71% N.AmAv 47% Amer Hone __._ 1.44a 66% Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Mackey Airlines _... 6h

conferences. the Santa Fe Senior Chapter,1 Chapter; Leroy Gillis of Crest- ODOM Brunswk 9% Penney 55% Amer M Fdy .90 21%I I St Oil Cal 2.00 62% Mead Jahnson 18a

Joe T. Patterson, attorney was named Star Greenhand of i view_ and Robert Bailey of Clew-,Kenneth Young. CaterTr 63 PRR 30% Armco StI __ 3.00 70 St Oil Ind 2.00b 77% Pac NW Tele _.._.... 22

:4 general of Mississippi, was on District III. He received a ,$50. IIUL1. Bell' Chapter.- Hugh Mar Celanese 64% PepCola 53 Atch Topka 1.2oa 31 Sterl Drug T- .. .70 27% Philips Elec _. _.. 39
t the campus. He said he was cash award from Commissioner Randall Roberts. Texas Util 1.28 57 Redwing Carriers __ 11%
The Chiefland Chapter was tin and Chrysler 47% PhilMor 1% Baxter Lab .36 22%
here "about this thing. He Conner. named District III winner of Bronson Eli Beasley. CocaCola 127% PhillPet 49% BeechLfS--.1.10 47 Textron _- ... 1.40 42% Ric Group _.. 74

added that as far as he knew Hitchcock's Chiefland Coleman RCA Tidewater --.., ._.. 28% Sperry R. Wts. ... 7
parents are Mr. the Sears, Roebuck Foundation George ComEd 48% 31% Bristol My -- .80 64 -
"Donald would be registered a chick and William Hiers, Martin Reid and ConEdis 88% RepStl 44 911,4 Trans W A 42% Syntex .-_,-- .. ._ 762
that will be the end of it." and, Mrs. W. F. Hitchcock. baby project receiveda Brown Shoe 3.40 Union --------
check. Johnny Webster. ContCan 50 Revlon 34% Pac 1.80 45% Tampa Elec 24
Eli Beasley was one of three $25 % Brunswick 9
On 30 1962 when the .
Sept. UndAirL.
FFAers who received the $75 One of the convention highlights Lake Butler Sam Jackson. DowChe 70% ReyTob 44% Cambell S 2.40 37 l.50b 53% Tech Measur .._----- 16'IWA
first arrived the oak-
Negro on __ _.._ :
circled campus night of death leadership awards presented by is presentation of state Melrose Phillip Finley and duPont 255% StRegP 30% Carter Pdt 1.00a 17% Jim Walter- -.--- l.oo 51% Wts ....25

the State Department of Ag- farmer degrees to candidates.This Carson Johntry. EAL 32 Seaboard 47% CaseJI 15th 29% Affiliated Fund .. 8.76
t and turmoil followed. riculture. He was the Area II morning, these degrees Newberry Harry McElroy E.Kodak 132% Sears 110% Cessna Air 1.00 2-i War Lamb __,__ .80 28% Capital Life & Gr 9.91

winner of this award and will I were presented to 191 FFAers, and Joe Sapp. Firestone 39% Sinclair 46% Ches Ohio 4.00 76 Worthintn ---- 1.50 40 Divers Growth _-__ 9.70

: 1 Cyprus Crisis use the money to go to the ,including, from District III: Starke Wayne demons. FlaP&L 73% Socony 78% Coas S Gas 29Y. Xerox _",.....,_lLi_ 116% ,Dividend Shares _._ 3.71Dreyfus
Zenith _.........._ 1.20a
67 .
% ..
national convention. : Santa Fe Chapter David Starke-Bradford Donald Ford 51% SouthnC 59% CBS- ._1.80b 4-1% 19.9

Fugate, Louis Hagan, Don Mc- 1 Brandes, Michael Waters and FrmstDa 11 SperryR 16% Comb Em 1.20 26 Fedelity Capit __ 11.23 I

i. Nearing End Beasley was a senior at Bron- David, George Presnell Jr., Ce- Ronald Williams. FreptSul 35% StBrand 78% Cone Mills _- -.-. i .80 20 4 OVER THE COUNTER Fidelity Fund _. 17.57

son High School this year, and cil Quates, Bud Riviere and Williston Dan Royster. FruehTr 29% StO NJ 85% Cont Airl _-.---_--. .40 2.HiContI Fidelity Trend .. 18.59

his advisor is Fred Shaw., His GenDyn 26% StudebakSwift 7% Ins ._ .. 2.20 55 NEW YORK (AP-The following bId Fund'tal Invest _. 10.80

Inonu Says supervised fanning GenEl 80% 50% Contrl Data ". 103\. and asked Quotations. supplied by the Income of Boxton _'_ 8.33
'c Pickets Leave National Anoelaticn 'or Securities Dulers. Incorporated Inc _. 9.88
GenFds 84% Texaco 77% CornPdts1.50 62%
year consisted of four sows, Inc.. do not represent actual trlns-
I ANKARA, Turkey (AP-U.S. 80 head of swine for meat, 10( GenMills 38% Thiokol 14% Delta Air ... 1.60 79JA actions but art the N"'SO's estimate Keystone K-2 __.. 5.46

,. I Undersecretary of State GeorgeW. beef cows, 65 acres of corn, GenMtrs 87% U Carb 123% Det Steel .60 14% of the range within which these securIties -Keystone 5-3 _.. 16.28

Ball discussed the Cyprus four steers, 1%-acres of forestry Goodrich 50% UnitAireUnFruH 44% Emerson EI ___ 1.00 43% could have been sold (bid) or Keystone S-4 --_-__ .._ 4.67

crisis today with Premier Ismet 205 acres of wheat, 100 Cape KennedyCAPE Goodyr 40% 22 Fair Camera .50g 21 Alico bought Land(asked): _. 7 Life Life Investors _____ 20.09

Inonu, who later declared: "We acres of rye, 100 acres oflu Greyhnd 55% US Steel 54% Finan'l Fed 48 Stock Fund 7.87
Amer Fidel Life __ 22% Mass. Inv
are on the way to find a solu pine along with many improve- GulfOil 56% UnivMatWestgEl 12% Fst Chartr __ 1.97f 3314 Stock _. 16.36
I tion." ment projectS KENNEDY (AP)-,Union -Young issued a temporary in- Honw 130% 30% Fin E Cst 14 Amer Heritage _. 201% Mass. Inv Growth .........u, 8.65
Amer MatIns .. .20% Puritan _
The foreign minister, Feridun I pickets whose activities halt junction Wednesday restraining IntHarv 74% WinnDix 36% Food Fair .90 231fs -- Fund 9.51
AIner Pioneer We ...._
6% Putnam
A highlight of this morning'sconvention Growth _. 15.53
Cemal Erkin, told reporters: ed missile project constructionfor picketing until 5 p. m. (EST) Woolwth 27% FMCCorp.-.1.00 55% Anheuser Busch .50 TV & .
"The United States has actively session was an ad- Monday and scheduled an'11 a. Frito Lay 43% Elec -- 7.97
-- ----
three days left the entranceto Anodyne .. .. 4% Value Line Inc
dress by Conner. Jim Teets of -- ------- __ 552
intervened in the Cyprus m. hearing the same day on a GenTele-----_.. .88 33
matter and America wants this Cape Kennedy today in compliance petition' of the National Labor TODAY'S DOW JONES Ga Pacif .- 1.00b 61%. Citizens Bank _____ 34 Wellington Fund .---?-_... 11.95
Comsat Corp 20
question to be settled in a peace- with a federal court or Relations Board. Getty Oil .10g 22% N Y' S E Most Active
U.S. Waits On 807.53 | Indust. I up 3.81 Conn LT & Pow-.:..._._ 37%'
ful and according to Grace Co ,. 1.0Gb 551A1
way Complete Vol. Close Chngs.
Cowles Mag & Pb 11%
mate interests of Greece and der.A 203.19 I Rails I up 0.43 Hel Curtis ... .80 21 W 302
; I r 400 Tex Gulf Sul! 47%
Laos Flights newsman who went to the School Expert Dunn & BradSt -_. 59 up 1
IBM ___ 5.00 467
If Turkey. 140.79 I Util I up 0.08 Firs West. Fin'c'l __ IH 77 600 Curtis Pub 12% up 1%
Ball to Athens scene said the pickets departed Int Min C 1.80a 72
was dispatched 286.53 I Stocks | up 0.95 Florida Gas __ 11% 65 200 Xerox 116% up 2*'
Until AskedBy without fanfare at 6 a.m., the Wants
and Ankara President Johnson RepealOf Tele 1.00 55
by tnt 57 900
Fin Nat'l Bank _.... 63 31% up %
deadline set by a U.S. District Volume I 1,670,000 -
I' 4,180,000 I ..._
the crisis BOa 42%
as Cyprus appeared Kellogg ,Fla Tele ..__ 26 49 900 Chrysler 47% off *8
to worsen in the wake THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. judge. HomesteadTAMPA Lehman Cp ___. 1.47 3OJ I Forrest Labs ..-_.. 22 1 48 500 Cerro 45% up 2

i of reports last weekend that Premier Souvanna Phouma Work on the John F. Kennedy Litton In 1.98f 59\. :Founders Life .- 8 41 900 Gen Motors 87 up T,

\ Turkey planned military intervention said today that U.S. recon- Space Center, the Saturn (APA specialistin Lone S em .-_ 1.00 2H Franklin Life __ 55% 34 000 Occidint ,Pet 30% up 1%
in the troubled Mediterranean naissance flights over Laos will Tax Cut Marsh ,Fid 1.60 43'/a
moonport on Merritt Island, school financing has recom- Great American 12% 34 000 Varian Assoc 10% up %
be resumed if he informa-
island. gets Martin M ._ 1.00 17%
and other rocket facilities had Grolier 33 500 First Chart
mended a $500 million increase ._ 37 33% off 1%
; -
tion of further Communist
The American diplomat talked troop McG Hill .60a 34%
ceased when the Brotherhoodof Gull 30 600
in Florida's spending for public Life 55 Sperry Rd 16% off %
movements.The .
with Inonu for two hours then Mead 1.70 47%
Maintenance of Ways em- Herff Jones 13th 28 200 Am Mch 21
education Fry % 1
to be financed %
by repeal up
took off for Washington. He had Merkd .72 34'!
Put Who -
ployes set up picket lines to HomeIns 63 26 500 Nth'wt Air
neutralist premier, returning of the Homestead ,Exemption N 54% off %
with Greek Matl Airl .80 45%
met Wednesday of the struck Flor- .
protest use Sax
linit Mkts
6'! 000 Unit Art
from visit to the --- 34%
a -
roy- Amendment.Dr. ...... up %
leaders in Athens. N Y CenU .50g 35 .
ida East Coast Raiway for hauling 0>- Kennasaw Life':
al capital of Luang Prabang, 11% 2S600oir'Data: 103% %
4. A Turkish communique described supplies to the area. Donald Davis, professor of Nia M Pow 2.00 52% UfeofFla-- 5% V-
said he had asked the U.S. -
1 'the talk as open and government I ? Norfolk W __ 6.00 132NoIndPS
education On IAwes
at the
L sincere. for a "temporary suspension" Army Engineers, who handle University of Top .1.48 55 Company __ 19% American Stock Exchange
Minnesota his solu. Milgo Electron .. 10
of the photographic administration of contracts for presented No Nat Gas 1.80 53 % Active Stocks
missions over central Laos "be- tion to the state's tightened public Mort Guaranty Ins_ 254 Volume
the National Space and Aeronautics Olin Math 1.20 4334 Close Chg.
cause there were no signs of Administration (NASA) said school budget to a Florida By SAM DAWSONAP --- Pacific SW Air .--- ,. 42'Va 139 700 Synter Corp 76% off
Fired Owens II G 2.50 93 3%
Lopat Business Schlitz Brew ._. ____..
Communist Congress of Parents and Teachers News Analyst 48
([ ), troop move 100 per cent return of workers Pac G & E __ 1,10 3W. 90 700 TWAWTS 25 unch
Secur Life & TR __ 57
workshop at the
Mcbaha's In ments. 'probably would not be realized of South Florida University. NEW YORK AP-The) most Pac LUng __ 2.60 60% Southern Nitro..-- 18 26 800 Chromalloy] 19up 1%
I U.S. AmbassadorLeonard Un- the first day. But enough were tantalizing whodunit of the season PacT&T1.20' ,3Olfs Travelers Ins 43% 19 Massey-Ferg 27% up %
expected to show up to permit is who is going to get the PanAmerA.1.20 32% 13 800
KANSAS CITY (AP) The ger said Wednesday that continuing Davis said repeal of the Trav-ler Ind 5% up %
Kansas City Star said today the flights still was a mat- resumption of the building jobs. $5,000 homestead exemption and II biggest boost out of the federal Parke Day 1.00 27% AMERICAN STOCK -VDow

ter of discussion between him :till market value assessment of income tax cut. Pennzoil __ 2.00 71* Jones Stock
in a story from Cleveland that Some 3,854 building trades union EXCHANGEAenijetGeri AveragesOdd
I) Ed Lopat had been fired as and Souvanna. Unger said he members had stayed off property for taxes would enable I The Commerce Department Pfizer __ .80a ,45% Lot Transactions

manager of .the Kansas City would meet with the premier their: jobs for three days. An official the state to finance a school system -has asked manufacturers about Phelps Dg -- 3.00 65th ._ -. 31 Purchases _-. 315,723

Athletics. today; or Friday, after Souvanna of the National Aeronautics as good as the best. ,their. sales prospects and reports Polaroid _ .20 135%I Analex Corp __ 24% Short Sales] 6,960
them feeling that they for one Pub Sv E G 1.30 361/. Aqua Chem _
The Star said Mel McGaha a returned from seeing King Sa- and Space Administration I 15 Other Sales] 293919
coach, was named as his replacement vang Vathana in Luang Pra- estimated the work stoppagecost In addition, he suggested that will benefit in the form of rising Pure Oil 1.60 50%I Aurora Plastics ___-.._._ 34% Total Sales -_ 300,879
the current 2G-mililimitation on sales.
bang. the government $1 million
\ Unger disclaimed receiving a a day.U. local school taxes be lifted by Their predictions are notably
L formal request from Souvannato amendment to the constitution if more expansive than just three YOUR

l Rinao's Out halt the flights.t .- S. District Judge George approved locally by referendum. months ago. Part of this is be- MONEY'S WORTH

cause they feel the tax cut is I Igoing
i to help their salesmen in

Of HospitalLONDON Melon Tobacco As Green As $ dealings with optimistic cus- General Electrics Pay Hike

(AP-Ringo) Starr,I tomers. Also sales already have

ailing drummer of the Beatles,I Report risen faster than they had expected -
c left the hospital today and said To Area Farmers in 1964of and they feel that the .

Australia to LAKELAND The water- confidence born from the tax
he would fly to join
the rock 'n' roll quartet.He melon market was weaker this The Valdosta Times droughts in that area in 1963. cut is a major factor there, By Sylvia Porter y

has been under treatmentfor morning with a fair demand, Written For The He gathered all of his tobacco too. .-. .

an acute throat infection. the Federal State Market News Associated Press last year in July so he doesn't The survey of 1,200' large In 1963 General Electric are no accurate statistics avail- already retired employes.

Service reported. By VIRGINIA CULPEPPER think the lateness of the seasonis manufacturers shows them expecting granted a 15 per. cent acrossleboard able, but an informed guess is Retired workers themselveshave

VALDOSTA Ga. (AP) Tobacco disasterous. sales to advance, right pay hike to a groupof that only between 10 and 25 per no official collective
Fla. ,
U. S. Prices,yesterday hundredweight at least at
per September ,
Bobby Wisenbaker of the Ou hrough men and women to whom it cent of all companies with pen- voice; their pensions
(FOB selling points and the money crop of south a pace of 2 per cent or better, legally owed nothing. They sion are -
$18 Million For ley section of Lowndes CountyIs plans even try to help and they have no
I FOB delivery points) for Georgia and north Florida, is' one farmer who doesn't think breaking records along the way. were 25,000 ex-employes of GE "equalize" the position of the' renegotiate them. No powerto union

Water Projects Charleston Grays, few Congo!beginning to cast a green spell his crop this year will come The manufacturers have to who had already retired under already retired worker. Never- may bargain for pensioners, according
and Garrisonian: 12.171bs. aver in this area. : share with a number of others contracts geared to the theless
over farmers up to the 2,150 pounds per acre pension the trend is emerging. to the National Labor
WASHINGTON (AP) The age, $1.25 to $1.50, mostly $1.50, Delayed by a cold, wet' he made in 1963. "I don't think this feeling that the tax cut is formulas and salaries of past About 25 million workers Relations Act and efforts -

House Appropriations Committee very few higher; 18-25 lbs. aver- spring, and almost drowned in 111 make over 1,800 pounds per just the thing to help them a lot years. or 40 per cent of all in private by some unions to past do this I

approved today about $19 age $1.50 to $1.75, few high as exceptionally heavy rains in acre this year," said Wisen in coming months. i industry are covered by company have met with next to
million to plan and build water $2; .26-32 lbs. average, few $1.75to' Jay, tobacco in most sectionsis baker. Insurance salesmen are urging Just since 1960, GETs "raises" pension plans today. In cess. suc
$2, very few higher. I weed old customers to expand have amounted to 45 per cent
projects in Florida in the next growing now like the More optimistic than most contrast only 10 million were
fiscal year beginning July 21. Many shipments rolled un it is: i farmers, L. A. Blanton he their coverage and tackling new;for all workers who retired onor covered as recently as 1950. Although the federal govern

For the nation, the committee Growers in several counties believes his tobacco says in the prospects who have moved up a before Sept. 1, 1946 at a ment, as of 1962, provided for
about $1.5 billion. an sold.Florida almost I notch financially. cost to GE of around $20 million About 2.3 million retired work automatic pension boosts tied
approved truck have the same reports. southern of the
shipments yesterday part county will houses and stockbrokers ers are drawing about billion -
Investment during this period alone. In addition $2.4 to cost-of-living increases
increase of about $29 million without exception the onlya
totaled 542 Texas lower : crop make as much and maybe more
are eyeing the windfallas medical and hospitalization a year in pension benefits fraction of
the amount requested bythe better than it did our retired work
over looks much a than last
23 Florida rail 83 Mexico about
valley, ; ; year, 2,200
administration for Army Engineers few weeks ago; tobacco is late pounds money that could be channeled insurance coverage was today, against 450,000 in 1950' force is involved here.
23. acre.
and the Reclamation Bu into securities. more than doubled last year and the average pension has
this year; tonnage won't be as "I wanted to plow it all up Travel agents and recreation for retired employes with 10 or increased 25 per cent in the The lead in periodic reviews

reau.Florida projects included: I USDA Is Hit heavy; and they are hoping the early in the season," said Blan- managers are confident that more years of service. This coverage period of past pension contracts to ad.

.Construction-Canaveral Harbor markets won't open early. ton. "but now it looks good. If families will put any savings is now $6,000, up from At the foundation of all individual just them to today's realities

$3,900.000: Central and Bascom Coody farmer in the I the market opens early therewon't into more fun or longer trips, or $500 in 1958, and a retired em- retirement programs is, must, therefore, come voluntarIly
On Beef Move
Southern Florida, $13,500,000 southern part of Lowndes Coun- be many farmers who more expensive facilities. ploye can get another $3,000 in 'of course, our Social Security from private industry. It's

Florida canal ; ty,' said he wanted to go back I are ready for it" Savings institutions, however, medical and hospitalization insurance !system, the greatest insurance costly, but as this report itself
barge $4-
cross Port Everglades Harbor WASHINGTON (AP) Florida's x> Louisiana where he servedin I F. H. McLeod, who is grow are sure that they'll get a good for 75 cents a monthor system in the world. Also basicis underlines, the over-all returnto

000,000; freshman ,Republican the army after he looked at ing 5.76 acres of leaf on the deal of the increased take home $1.50 for himself and his wife. the fact that Social Security a company may dwarf the
$1.254,000. House member, Edward Gurneyof his tobacco on May 2. That was i Park Road least in the early benefits have been climbing actual money outlay.
river basins : ClyativiHe-Lake has payat In increasing numbers, private -
h Planning-Four Winter Park, has fired a critical the he suffered 28
day a percent the The importance of
started gathering some of his months. industry is remembering steadily since 1930s, are still community
I 200000.'Surveys-Brevard County blast at' the Agriculture Department's loss from hail and had: bottom leaves. "There is a lot The Commerce Department iu "forgotten" employes who rising. goodwill cannot be shrugged -
approach to' solving received 15 inches of rain in aweek's of that its earlier But Social is the off retired workers havea
$45,000.Localllan. I late tobacco, McLeod says, reports survey retired a decade or more ago, Security just
streams. the problems of the U. S. cattle time, almost half of it I "and most people rYe talked to had shown manufacturers expecting when salary and cost of living foundation of an individual's ft rising voice and vote. Nor

industry. dumped along with the bail are not too encouraged. Tobacco factory sales to so up levels were far below. today's nancial independence in retirement can the appeal to employes a

Held Gurney said a published report Coody figures that it win be can make a quick comeback ,$900 million in the first three averag not the whole and it corporation wants to hire and to

Theft had Agriculture Secretary two or three weeks before he though." months of this year.. In fact What GE is doing is a dramatic was never meant to be the employes it wants to h ld. ,

In Auto Or.1Ile Freeman urging Americans :harvests his tobacco."I Billy Hill of Jasper Fla., i they went up $%.billion. to a illustration of this practice whole thing. As private pen- Just the simple fact that our I

:Authorities arrested a man to buy more beef on think m make expenses," said, "Tobacco can come out ,record $109.1 billion for theEgg but it is only one illustra sion programs have boomet population is aging so rapidly I

on investigation of auto theft Father's Day as a solution. said Coody. He made ,.2,000pounds and recover pretty welL ,It win teriod. tion. Other leaders in efforts to and company benefits have warns us that the number of

yesterday after he gave an offi- "If this is Freeman's idea of to the acre last year haft to make in a shorter time I reviSe formulas of retired workers been steeply increased the retired Individuals will soar in

cer conflicting accounts on who a remedy for the distr sssd in- and hopes to come up to that this year andY 11 be a little Market to meet current conditions gap between the circumstancesof coming years and the push to-

owned the auto he was driving. dustry then it's time the administration this season. He ,expects more lighter. Some farmers here: include American Telephone, the hundreds of thousandswho ward earlier retirement both

'Police,identified the man as' reassessed its brainpower than 10 acres of tobacco, some have begun harvesting 'and by JACKSONVILLE APThe! u.s. Steel Bankers Trust, RCA retired in past years and by corporations and unions will

Ryland ,Sanford, Tate Jr., 24. at the Cabinet level" of it rented in north Florida. next week about 75 per cent of,Northeast Florida Egg Market, Detroit Edison, Columbia Gas. who are now retiring has widened -lift the figures even higher.

4001 E. Univ. Ave.. 'They alsocharged said Gurney. V. E. Barfield of Hahira, whois them will crop." I prices to retailers: I The percentage of U. S. corporations perceptibly Equalization of a retired

*, 'passenger in the I I He said be wrote Freeman president of the L ow, n des HilIwho made 2,600 Extra large 3942, mostly 41; adopting this enlight-- This gap is what highlightsthe worker's benefits Is a social

auto, Thomas Ira Miller 34; of that gknmirks would not be County Farm Bureau, says the pounds per acre' last season, large 37-38; medium 28-31, mostly -; ened social welfare approach is importance of efforts by welfare trend which will broad.

Moore's Trailer Park. with public necessary if the administrationhad section east of Hahira really grows about 36 acres and has 23%; small 23-27.mostly 25.' smalL Because agreements are corporations on their own to; en and take on new dimensionsin

drunkenness. I I'f taken,a firm hand earlier. looks: better this year because already cropped twice. I ,Poultry at farms: fryers 12%.' often made informally' there upgrade the pension status of, our society.

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no gentleman, the lady should keep her eyes on FIRST MIDSUMMER U'L FFUEND, JOt LI'LSOUL.V HEADED -\GOODWILL VISIT//
home and told the heel BTFSPI.K U WI-AR HE GO STRAIGHT lam'DOOPATCWr


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and die. I am are doing? If people was more concerned about -
we don't believe offspring are up to there would be a lot less un 2 HEADED THIS WAY!!

like me out of When I was a girl I wasn't turned loose with
knew she would ,' Dick and Charlie. My mother died when I was t run, .
him I had as my brothers went along to chaperone me. Don't r' kAa
my life miserable. spoiled my fun because it didn't. I never had to
fellow to get him either. When my girls came

DEAR TIRED: checked to see what they were doing. I didn't read ** Baffled scientists are unable can.X .
be has a peculiar for they never kept one, but if they had I would r.y -. to explain disaster. 40VONDER
him he's not read it. .And I wouldn't have felt I did wrong. I

report to his in having trust in your children after you find out
trust them. Girls today ask for what they get. OL' RUFE HOLD ON THAR.VE : SHORE AM

DEAR ABBY: say "I didn't know." They know more ,at nine II I HAWKINS? LOWDOWN, TICKLED TO
when walking when I got married. I don't suppose you'll print I GOES GOOD-FER-NOTHIN' ; HEAR VE AIN'T'
catch her. I was it's time mother woke up. When your daughter says RAW MAD AT ME
John and I done and I NO MORE!U!
should go up the wrong am expecting a ail
not feel too late to go read her diary. J

the idea that he BESSIE IN LAKE CITY, PA. r-

probably should precede be the TO VICKI: "Love Is',a canvas furnIshed (J I

and embroidered by imagination." (Voltaire)' V 4I
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Mrs. David Cord Divorce ,
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to a clandestine I
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with George G3 Romper Room : ,I1q 1 JY 15 DUE TOTHE FACT CO LIFTING THIS I lttBE
best friend. While 9:30 O Are HAVE NO I ROADS. INSTEADll
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her mother who is
Weather 12:30 Q (D Truth or -
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ConsequencesO YET./CALLED
Weather while there, Gail Search For Tomorrow HOW ARE YOU THIS' IN TO SAY HE-DBS IN THE RUNG THE WAITING
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certainly not 3:00Q t Q Loretta YoungO WE COtA.DN"T MEIw Ib ED TFF HER
public-relations To Tell The Truth 1 WAS A 8
tropical I SEMESTER 3:25 O News-Edwards NAUGHTY GIRL ''
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to end a feud and Home CD Movie I lefi'r 6 II
ranchers who "The Inspector General." I
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the CivilV'ar. PATvotru.!
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Jack Elam. to perform. mistaken by corrupt vil I CAN'T TEtI YOII HOW W I'M ALSO IOOWNS'' DARE AY, THINKS '.'UL TRMK! KEEP HIM WAITING!
Weather lage official for a .govern GLAD I AM TO HAVE SOMEv FORWARD TO MANY J OF A BEAUTIFUL

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WASHINGTON for the nomina!Waht is the secret of II AN IRONY rA1 HOW 60 HOAASlTHEYlL Tn 60! ANXIOUS 10 FINISH f .THE FWTEWII7VHWSE
any attempt to ? Is Nelson handling. the J IS OVER rcRnU: MENCEMc'NT FROM 5C1OTO/ UAKWMUWBUTIHAVfiALOTTO
y the 1964 presidential would destroy the: baby's 2 a. m. bottle? 0 YEAR. T1C TATC,I : ttI Re'MEMSERI -
The reader will Party and end the I I

the last installment system.. Bill said he Will Jhe pundits answer all

gone to Oregon and : a draft for the these questions as rapidly as sV i ; ,

sternation of the nomination. they are. asked? They certainly l 1
; beaten Cabot, who Barry was a will. How should their answers ,. ; we

gon, but whose son right, but Lyndon be taken? With plenty of bicarbonate ;
I had gone west from like a winner. of soda.Just .
shire (while Bill
went to Gettysburg
Harrisburg) hoping to General Eisen Like
Barry, who had friends said that fn
press conference in Eisenhower wanted

cisco. saying that he Old Days
General a draft and 'say ALL TUB PROBLEMS APE
Springs available for the
Gettysburg. because, while Sixty persons gathered A\Y P2C3LE//S' MC2ECLEA2LY SAZSE STUPID LITTLE MSIGIv"FIGANT: :
the story. Nelson, Eisenhower didn't chapel of Greensboro's First I M? CHAPU1M TWN&rM / SIih 1,

polltakers the in personali, Baptist Church for prayer meet- 1< sly

C. B. S. all went to names, he would Ing prior to the opening of a = H(9A
' The polltakers found see the nomination series of revival meetings.The I,
ifornia favored any one man be r.
however, Cabot's Rev. Dale Smith, assist. ...JEc 5c
that they favored went to Cleve- pastor was conducting the
service when the church's minister s
questions remain- r_"
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of recreation, the Rev. --
[i outside the are enough James Seaton rushed in and 0 .u ,

Republican Party. .phrase, to make a whispered something into the :=
kt'enhower said that he mercy. I Rev. Mr. Smith's ear.
yet be stopped?
everybody. ,
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the room as possible; please ,,UKE: MOTHER AID MYSELF GARYI SUES ALWAYS CHEKPUl
ety favored Barry, I that Lyndon close an the windows and
c a charming fellow. as reliable as the blinds; put out the lights and = 1
Nelson flew around that Nelson several of you men stand guardat
saying "Hi, fella," California? the doors. <

claring that Eisenhower in- ,The gathering obeyed wondering J

fact that Barry was a ,, ?- Where : what type of catastrophewas ,6R
i fella he was outside I stand on de feared. The Rev. Mr. Smith (lam /

" stream of \the the Republican remained quiet for a couple of
iI i i the mainstream?I minutes then said:
I ty.With system sur "Now :
f General:matters Eisenhower at this : bow the an early of you Christians know just felt j:1 -

article a come when they attempted to worship
leave Saigon their God." _

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: Thursday June 11, 1964' Gainesville Sun 21

I,1! Speck Fishing in Area Makes Slight Comeback I

J -
f. "I love any discourse on rivers and fish and fishing." CRYSTAL RIVER How to rig a pole, string a boy, shoot a rifle, pitch a

(Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton) sir am Knox's Bait House tent, and paddle a boat are only small parts of the training

.. V GENERAL 440 Tarpon, continue to be Jaken both from the river and on program at the Youth Conservation Camp in the Ocala

The speck fishing made a slight comeback. Bass fishing and the bombing range. Creek Chub plugs and large L & S mirro- National ,Forest which begins its thirteenth annual camping

also picked up some. Whereas bream fishing dipped slightly. lures are taking the most tarpon.WITHLACOOCHEE. session June 14.

The speckled perch fishing is good on virtually all area 'i1 RIVER (mouth) The Youth Conservation Camp, operated by the Game

,lakes. It Is speck fishing that offers one the best chance, of Hundreds of schools of tarpon were sighted moving up and Fresh Water Fish Commission provides an educationin

taking a good mess of fish. 0/ J \;$; l the river near its mouth early Sunday moring. conservation and nature study through participation in

Following the rains Saturday, bass fishing showed gains i4< < { ', with .. : : 'A ATTENTION FISHERMEN outdoor activities. The camp opens June 14 and continues

only to slow down in the last few days. Plastic worms and ) H'. 1f. \,. Funds continue to be sought for a very worthy reef build- through August 15, however the first two camping sessionsare

I live shiners are currently the best bass-getters. Trolling for Glenn M. ing project at the Suwannee River mouth by the Dixie filled and openings remain only for the periods July

bass should be good now and continue to get better as the 'Oan fisttdont Edit County Artificial Reef Group. This group is made up of 5-18, July 19-August! 1, August 2.9 and August 915.

summer approaches. persons interested in improving sports fishing off the coastof Boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 16 may obtain

Bream fishing mysteriously declined slightly over the past -\J Dixie County. The artificial reef is planned for the Outlaw complete information and applications for camping reservations -

week. At this time of the year, bream fishing should be still Rack area, which is approximately 7 miles from Horseshoe, by writing the Youth Conservation Camp, Game and

improving. Notwithstanding, when the bream beds are located 6% miles from Suwannee, and 6 miles from Shired Island. Fresh Water Fish Commission Ocala, Florida.

limits are virtually assured. Speck fishing good; bass 'fishing fair to good; and bream The planned reef' is to be 600 feet wide and 1 mile long in *

AREA FISHING fishing fair. water which is 12 to 14 feet deep. Cash requirements for ODDS AND ENDS

FR WATER The specks are doing well over Shipman's brush piles. reef construction of $750.00 are small when one considers the Joe Watkins (of Alabama) was last week's winner in Jack

CROSS CREEK, These brush piles are in about 27 feet of water and the overall benefits to sport fishing in general. (taxidermist) Kelly's fishing contest with an 11% pounder

I V Cross Creek Fish Camp depth to fish them is about 18 feet. The project has been approved by both the Coast Guard . If you haven't seen an 18-pound Florida largemouthbass

Speck fishing fair; bass fishing good; and bream fishing Bass fishing has been picking up some. Plastic worms, and the Conservation Department. Approximately $300.00 to from a distance of three feet, now you have that
date has been raised through donations from interested opportunity J. M. Fields has such monster
I Rapalas, and bass bugs have been the best artificial lures; a on display
faIr.Best way to catch specks is trolling. Bass fishing good in whereas, shiners have been the best live bait. Early morning persons, this leaves 450.00 to go. If you haven't contributedyet . More than $236,970 have been alloted to the state of

Orange Lake. One party took 14 bass last weekend on a and late evening have beenthe most productive times. it is not too late. And no donation is considered to Florida for fish and wildlife restoration projects for this

yellow Hawaiian Wiggler on Orange; they were fishing along Bream fishing has slowed down slightly in the past week small. year. The bulk ($167,507) of this allocation is for wildlife

oJ i ,the grass and bonnet beds early in the morning. Notwithstanding, good strings of bream can be taken most t. restoration with the remainder for sport fishing projects.

Bream fishing is good when the beds are located.J. any day from the GAINESVILLE WEEKEND AT CRYSTAL RIVER These funds come from federal excise taxes collected from

M. FIELDS' REPORT docks.ST.. JOHNS RIVER Frank Philpott's Sport Center (Gainesville) in cooperationwith manufacturers and importers of certain types of hunting

Last week's winners in Fields' fishing contest were Mc- (Lake George, Lake Dexter) Knox's Bait House (Crystal. River) will sponsor a and fishing equipment. The number of paid license holders

Henry Brown in the bass division (10% pounds), Leonard Ormand'i Jungle Den Gainesville Weekend at Crystal River, June 13th and 14th. determines the distribution of these funds.

Linden in the speck division (% pound), and H. A. Bruce in Speck fishing fair; bass fishing good; and bream fishing Prizes will be given to fish in two divisions: tarpon and open. *

the bream, division (Impounds). good. The open division includes fish other than tarpon, both edible TAKE A BOY (OR GIRL) FISHING!

LOCHLOOSALAKE Schooling bass fishermen are having lots of fun now. All and inedible. Prizes are: for the largest tarpon an Action

Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp the "old timers" are catching their limits and the new- Rod and a Perm Reel, and for the largest fish in the open

Speck fishing good;. bass fishing fair to good; and bream comers are having a big time trying. The bass are jumping division, a Zebco 33 reel. Contest is open to all Gainesville You Now

fishing fair. good at marker 21, at the jetties and in Lake Dexter. Mirro- residents. Weighing deadline is 6 P.M. Sunday. Remember

Limits of specks are common by the regular fishermen; lures, blue plastic worms and shiners are the best bass that's this weekend at Crystal River. Guides are not required May Gig

others are taking good strings. Best bet is out in deep water. medicine. but may be reserved by calling 795-2771 Crystal River.

Saturday morning two men caught 8 bass (up to 3 pounds) WATERMELON POND Launching will be free and you need not be present at 6 P.M. Gar Fish

\\1 on underwater Paw Paws. Some big bass are being caught in Watermelon on plastic Sunday to win. I

T The bream beds are dificult to locate.NEWNANS worms. (Details are not known to me.) TALLAHASSEE The fisherman
Lake Park I with a desire to gig a
Alachua Counties Newnans -------
bream.fishing is real gar fish may do so under the
Word comes from the Park that the
in'the headwaters of Prairie Creek. Best bait has been .i provisions of the 1964-65 fresh
good New Billfish t % kS water fishing regulations, ac-

I crickets. cording to A. D. Aldrich director -
McGilvray's Fish Camp
t and bream ._ _ Game and Fresh Water J
bass fishing to fair;
Speck fishing good; poor _- \ d. ya
Fish Commission.
fishing fair. Good strings of specks were caught during the
I, Grounds Found : Under the new regulations,
past week; hot spots were the southeast end, the channel, which become effective July 1,1 I

and off Palm Point.
Bass fishing is still slow with mostly yearlings being non-game fish, other than catfish I
hooked may be taken by manually -
However lately some "horses" have .
caught. Near DestinDESTIN # operated spears, gigs or bow
and lost. Best lure continues to be the plastic worm. .i r a
Bream fishing has shown spurts of activity which mainly .. S t 'and arrow from a boat or from
bream fishermen. Good spots shore during daylight hours, except -
coincide with the number of Ice Colel-Reg. $1.09
have been the north west side and the east side. New and productive of promising regularity." C.d where this activity is prohibited -I BUSCH BAVARIAN or

ORANGE LAKE billfish grounds have Finally on Sept. 12, 1963, the 6 f ; by local law. In the;: OLD MILWAUKEE BEER
Thomas' Fishing Resort been discovered southwest of first concerted offshore actionwas r Santa Fe and Ichetucknee Riv-I

I Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair; and bream. (includ- Destin, according to Leonard P. taken.; Four charter boats J ers in the Second Conservation i 6 Pok 89

t ing shellcrackers) fishing good. Hutchinson fishing editor of the I with experiencped billfishermen __u_. tv District, non game fish, except,j Plus D.p. San 20c

Many nice strings of specks are being taken out in deepwater Ft. Walton Beach PlaygroundNews. aboard worked in radio con catfish, may be taken by spears;
or gigs from a boat or by under-:
trolled unison.Hutchinson .
in the middle of Orange. Old Dia-10 lbb. bag
Few bass of medium size ((3.4 pounds) are being caught. "It's the Alcapulco of North water swimming, either day or i CHARCOAL

I Best lures for bass have been the top-water Devils Horse America," Hutchinson said. said in an area night. I I BRIQUETS 79
I( between 33 and 35 miles south. Aldrich said a summary of
and the Rapala. Destin is a 125 year old
westward of ;six sailfish the fresh I Ret. 19c Sue 10c
t Several limits of shellcrackers were taken Monday in the fishing village founded by New Destin new water fishing

If A' south end of Orange. England fishermen in the cen- were boated, 14 more were regulations and regulations per
FE LAKE F hooked and lost two blue martin taining to Fish ManagementAreas I Ice Cold (
[ SANTA ter of a 100 mile stretch of S9
l' Fish Camp were raised, hooked and r will be available at the:
t Shipman's Gulf of Mexico beaches between
_-._ lost and three blackfin tuna offices of the County Judges by I Watermelon
Pensacola and Panama City were boated. ____June 15, when the 1964-65 fishing
known as the "Miracle Strip." .--- Ii b
V "That's when I knew we had licenses go on sale. The current 1 u. 4 n.
: The unincorporated village is
licen -tvalid
rglt.Rt'f regionally well known for its found a new Alcapulco," Hutchinson }- JUST A COMMON BILLFISH CATCH June fishing 30 <:afL'rVr uch: time fishermen TIDE 34

i year round bottom fishing for said. In New Territory In Northwest Florida ; '. -; R',. 39c
f I will. u> .I'c equired to Save 5c
red snapper and for seasonal inshore sess the new license. i
1LMA trolling for king mackerel

:.. between Detail May and Records October. Many Types of Fishing- FISHIN'' FUN STARTS AT FRANK'S

X'vt Hutchinson, a retired Secret ALL NEW REG. LIST

4I Service agent, said he began 1964 9.8 HP Merc $737.50
But Bass The ListThe
keeping detailed records in Top 14-fr. Carter

1955 when his curiosity was FishermanNEW
pricked by sporadic catches of $
N sailfish in the inshore trolling state of Florida has disdain upon any unworthy lure just wants to fill the creel with Murray 645
many different types of fish- that Florida's blacksin Trailer
waters. tempts big the tasty blacks. He isn't par-

I ... Since that time he has recorded ing, and perhaps one of the any other manner. ticular whether it's top wateror SPECIALU.

( 225 catches of sailfish including busiest activities in Uncle Then there is the deep water deep water.

a number of miniature Sam's tropic paradise is bass plugger who looks with Then there's the cane poler. S. Coast Guard Aoprovcd

specimens."The fishing.Now there all kinds of equal disdain upon any screwball This fella scoffs at both top- FIRE EXTINGUISHER $1095
_______ miniature sailfish were water plugs and deep water
interesting" Hutch bass fishermen. There are the who figures he has to stayon lures, and also sneers at any $15.40 Value ONLY

especially top water enthusiasts the top of the water to get a reel. He uses nature's own I
said "because there
: kt had inson been scientific, speculation I "reel":_ experts who look....withBass bass into the boat. This guy tested remedy, the lowly earth-I 1 FRANK'S MARINE

for: more than a decade that f15 worm, for bait, and he'll testify

___ ___ that he
t can catch as as OUTBOARD'SALES SERVICE
I' -V -V-- nursery grounds for sailfish many MERCURY &

Big TarponJim might Mexico.exist" in the Gulf of .the next Some fisherman.Pointers I II 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 67629FRANK

But regardless of what
Seffer (1) poses with 62-pound tarpon whichis Exploratory Trips I want to
you may use when
you i. I
Knox's Baithouse Exploratory fishing tripsto PHILPOTT
currently in first place in the cast about in any of Florida's
Tom- deep water by a few charter
The fish was caught by
Tarpon Tournament. 30,000 named lakes, not to men invites to a I II
my Craggy of Ocala. At right Gene Downing of boat skippers and private boat tion rivers astre
Orlando displays 110-pounder he caught but owners did not produce encour- abound the Peninsula ms State,I GAINESVILLE DAY J

he wasn't entered in tourney.Solunar aging results until Aug. 29. 1959. here are some pointers
when the first white marlin was you AT CRYSTAL RIVER
s .,c 4 y Re.m3. caught Hutchinson said. might want to remember: j

On Aug. 18, 1962, the first One of the prime requisites Sot., June 13, or Sun., June 14 (both days if dtilrtd)
for a bass fisherman is I
blue marlin in Destin's history
verance. You just can't wonderout 1. To acquaint G.lnesvllleden"\ with Crystal. River, fishing.' Including:
weighing about 400 pounds, was I Tarpon.
looking for bass expectingto I
in inshore lUvert scenic beauty and wide! variety of fishing. such
caught trolling Waters I 2. To en ley Crystal
make few
a casts and snarea as trout, redfish' black baSs. cobia and tarpon.
\ TablesSPORTSMAN'S 1 he said. whopper. You must know j X To engage In friendly competition for tarpon and rton-iarpon r"I.I .
"An Increasing number of exploratory StringH. something about the cover, the 4. Te show appreciation for the fin* public acceptance: of the more than
trips were made to depth of water and what typeof PHILPOTT In this area.HEADQUARTERS .
offshore waters after ,that," G. Slaton of Gainesville displays bass string lure will be most effective.It .

Hutchinson said "and the he caught in Orange Lake recently. The fish range could be top-water plugs, or :
By JOHN ALDEN L In cooperation with Johnny Elmer headquarter
The schedule of Solunar Periods. as catches of white marlin and from 2 to 71/2 pounds. They were caught with a it may call for deep water HOUSE In the heart of Crystal River
printed below has been taken TABLES.from sailfish began to show a degree top water paw-paw. lures.EMERGENCY. 2. Free 'launching will be provided.
: John Alden Knight's that you will be I 3. Guides and boats are not required but may be reserved,at nominal rate
Plan days so
your 75-2771 Crystal River .eH In advance.
In by calling
fishing In good territory r hunting
good times.atMea&lday Roth Swells Lead 4. Participation m KNOX'S Tarpon Season Contest for an outboard motor
DLGESTLARGEMOUTH wish 10vfinddhebeit sport "' Nancy will be optional at a fee of ttJO. No extra fee Is required to win one or
)!L 1' has to offer. I more of Frank Pniipotrs prune
DARIEN, Conn. (APNancyRoth ) Wednesday at Wee Burn Country ?? I Weighing! In and entering fish win be done at KNOX'S AIT HOUSEefot'e
In boldface -
Periods shown
The Major are the Sunday a P.M. deadline.
type. These begin at the times of Pompano Beach, Fla., Club.
shown and last for an hour and a half, Added to her 76 in Tues-
BASS TRICK to two hours thereafter. The Minor rode a seven-stroke lead into the par I PRIZES $100.00 in VALUE
Periods. shown In regvtar type, are of day's opening round, this gave : EMERGENCY
third and final round of theWomen's :
somewhat shorter duration. Miss Roth a 149 card. Her near TARPON. DIVISION for the largest tarpon caught by a Gainesville fJsher-
Use Eastern time. I Eastern Golf Tournament All out of bait when the f;)hln', fine at midnight man PENN'S Levetlne Sat Water Reel and Acflon, '1 Tarpon Boat Rod.
Stand '.M est rival. Mrs. Philip Cudone of, NON-TARPON OPEN DIVISION for largest ed.be or non-edible fish catght
Mto. Mat Mhv MaL: today. Montclair N.J. her by Gainesville fishermen; A ZEBCO No. 33 SPINNING REEL.
Day duplicated
RETRIEVE + Tomorrow ':55 11.41 7JS l: I Miss Roth shaved three "'r 78 for total I EMERGENCY: For largest fish of any kind caught by an
Saturday ....... 7.JS 1:/S 1:35 1:21 i openl Wednesday a : mnaH
anv t -- Sunday Monday ................ I f::U SS IU 10 10*:3S 05 S 1:21:.'t strokes from women's par of 156. ....I Need tome aspirin for yourself or milk for the CENTER fre a Shakespeare UNTER1tV OAT Casting purchased Rod and a Shakespeare Nylon
.. .KEEP :;; I Tuesday ....... 10:30N IIJP 5:1!'. I10F.MANY' baby at 3:00 a.m.l V Gear .*... .unntf'- a .... 404 Zeaco Reel.
BOAT CLOSE Wednesday .,... 11:JO J:. ':.tsM.M
_- 10 BANK Thursday ...... e.U 12.25. (.. AWARDING OF PRIZES:
.1 EMERGENCY: 6 p... et KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE Sunday Jvaa 14. You
LAr1Ga BASS SEEK THE DEEPER sued Nt N pftstHt t. win.
WATER DURING Dr\/TW\e Need ANYTHING in the line of Food NonPrescription
were. fie.....4 LURE REMEMBER- Frank Philpott'sSport
Tamamw High at 5:31 and
SLOWiy TOVWND 1JS ..... Law at I.M ....... and ':56' 350 WE'RE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CenterNorth

LOV MOANS RBTRsfArVwrrHUrrTtNB SaRwhr High at. ..:". ajtv. and ......' S42S Just. Riley Service Bell at Drive-Up Window
& !YISIlALf2GRT 6ptIR1RrTItEN 3:13 ...... Low at f J2 ...... and 11:45' on Hawthorn Rood Entrance *f a.k-U.4scy.,
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sM_ High at a..4 4.M I .
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iii! .. Hlghf at 4.14 ....... and Starfce, Fla. "Check With ChoHie" 2-5011 orFR 6-6893 ,
J: *LM 'Law at"11J6 ajn
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Seconds before his name He was wheeled out of the .. TRUSCOTTIn i Drops EVEA Nt: UTA
iStw Hark Eimrs{ ACROSS 22.Rife R E D P E T A G E R
By MARJORIE HUNTER was called, Sen. Clair Engle chamber minutes later and today's' deal NorthSouthwere NORTH (D) 1.Succulent 26.Century o R ADHERE 1
(D-Calif.) was rolled into the taken by ambulance back to plant plant
AKQ863 R A
using the Acol two-bid ARRAY 5
WASHINGTON There chamber in a wheel chair. He his home here in Washington. V AK85 er 5.Aptly 27.Arrow IOT PAY LED
convention, which is increasingin R
were 10 minutes of high drama 8.Old soldier poison
was smiling slightly. S I L O
I I I' It was Senator Engle's first popularity among tournament QJ 5frui.ftnrk JTimtB colloq: 2 8.Expand A M I LYE
in yesterday's Senate "Mr. Engle," the clerk on the Senate players. It shows a hand withat 'J "The Ed Sullivan 11.Bread 30.Performed B U L G E R E P A V E
cloture. Visitors in the appearance E R O N E R
on called. and 31.Obstruction A L R T I
least eight playing tricks spread
jammed gallery sat at the silence. floor since April 13. At that is for round. After WEST EAST Show" canceled plans yes- 12.Plant ofEoierson's 32.Harbor A p I T ENTER 5
There forcing one
was a long to his
time he had struggled
4.J1075 42 terday to present a production boat
edge of their seats
Senator Engle, recuperatingfrom and tried to speak on the heart suit was agreed upon, "Folies Ber- PUZZLE
the solemn scene below.A feet .6 V 742 number from the poem. 34.Delighted SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S
two brain operations, behalf of a bill he wanted to South suggested a slam by cue- K10843 962 gere," the French Revue now 14.Paroxysm 38.Genus of Maleanimal
few of the "ayes" and tried to speak. He could not. introduce. He had been un- bidding his ace of diamonds. 4. K83 AQ10765 playing at the Broadway Thea- 15.Snow Ear herbs DOWN 7.
. "nos" echoed like pistol shots Finally, he raised his left able to speak. With second-round control of ter. An appearance by the poppy 40.Cooper 2.1.Zeal Confidence 8.NameSpartan
clubs and hand suitable fora 16.Band of Heroine
in the quiet chamber. Some arm, as though trying to point a SOUTH Philippine dance com pany 41.Smirking 3.ItaL rlvcr 9.Eating
toward his He nodded Senator Engle underwent a slam, North was happy to 4 94
senators cast their votes so eyes. known as Bayanihan will be soldiers 42.Injure 4.Marsh away
softly they could scarcely be his head, signaling that he second brain operation on accept the invitation. V QJ1093 substituted.Bob IS.Iivrd 43.Dolt 5.Simulate 10.Dress
heard. was voting "aye." April 24. It should be noted that the A75 19.Indignation 44.Eng.letter 6.Nautical leather
slam would have been difficult A 942 Precht, producer, denied 20.Bridle 45.Differently cry 13.Morning moisture
I Both sides were vulnerable.The that the "Folies Bergere" scene
to reach using standard meth- 17.SeaMeedr
Pti Linzmayer Jr.r had been eliminated because Z. 3 4 'l5 S 1 // 0 9 "/
FolKS by I ods, where the bidding would bidding: // // 21.Spread to
costumes of the girl dancers -
probably start at one spade or ;IL 1.3 dry22.Sp.lero
North East South West be for tele- /I = I
might inappropriate 1//,1
TAKE THIS JAR IT'S60CD 23.Agreement*
THIS WHEN I Sf 2 Pass 3. Pass vision.
OF APPLE SAUCED IT'S SAUCE tti? ENOOO TO K.T I East won the opening club 'lh 2-1.Loses
TO YOUR M SNwFLt:t AP91E 4 V Pass 5. Pass
lead and correctly returned a had l d
MOTHER IM THE I "In the number we plan- f6 11 : 4. weight
BARTERL s, APPLE I\club, which was ruffed in dum- 6 V Pass Pass Pass ned to use, the girls were well 2 5.Cultivated
,, C. SAUCER, us sa MAIN sr.MOM' : West led the three of clubs. covered," Precht said. "We had T I' = : l.J" land
*! 26.Diplomatic
my.ALUMNA booked the 'Folies Bergere' last a 23 24- IS W l 4 officer
I week after we were told that if'' 29.Perceive
UBURBIORIVC Bayanihan would not be avail- il f16 19 33.J'1kclikcsh
able. But today we were ableto 34.Long for
ALUMNUS // 'lh 31 / ://"l'h
1 IN TMEATRf '/ / // 35.Spiritr.
work out an arrangement so / // /
13 u i-t*mttis Norm oy
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we could use the Philippine ( JJ m'4- mistake
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Swift's Premium Bologna : h meat
Olive Loaf Liver Cheese r ; Bayanihan, which opened at 4Z 38.Southern
PICNICS Pickle & Pimento featuring '. ... the New York State Theater 41 = = : = 0 &tate:abbr.
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BEEF Lunch Meats .....' Tuesday, will appear on the 43 Sullivan Show Sunday at 8 p.m.
Ii Frank T. t.; 6/11
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over the Columbia Broadcasting Par time 30 min.Af

3 Ibs 95 2 7clb. 4 99C ADAMSRobert f<,.:......:,..... I a i be System.,taped earlier The performancewill in the..day. .
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class 23748..t Junior College. Phone FR I 'II THE TIME IS NOW

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I ANGLEWOOD -Almost new 4 BR
Do You Have A Room REALTOR 2 Bath Contemporary home Central -
I to divorce I have a like new ; Classified Only |I ApartmentOr LUXURY heat and central A<. Fenced
1964 model ZIg Zag, Automatic II Yes. this home really Is. A beautifully back yard. Family room beauit-
sewing machine that does ev House to Rent? landscaped lot In the J. J. hit built in kitchen. Immediate
CLASSIFIEDADS erything. W* would like someone I DEADLINES I SWIMMING POOL. Finley to wall carpetIng occupancy.
: ec.W
to take up payments of $6.00 Three bedroom. two bath house with and fully equipped
per. ma Small balance. Ph. 372- f enormous living room and most built-ui stainless steel kitchen. NEW LISTING B.R. 2 Bath
2051. Tues. thru Fri. paper*-S pm. Day before publication attractive kitchen. Drapes and Only $32,500. $2,800 down and $200 home. wall to wall carpet in l.vmg -
'!!i For ads to go In Sun. paper-12 a.m. Sat. REMEMBER-A rental COSTS I wall to wall carpets included. a month. Call FORDYCE I AS room and dining room. Lovely.
I have new 1964 model automaticZig I; For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pm. SaL vacancy Wonderful outside entertainmentarea SOCIATES. INC.. 3761236.DELIGHTFUL. built In kitchen with nice fam'ly
Zag sewing machines. No I i S26.SOO.OO. room. Excellent financing.
attachments needed to do the == (Minimum ad 4 lines)
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit
following decorative stitches NEW HOMEOnly FLORIDA PARK AREA A pleasant .
I buttonholes appliques monograms I FAMILY RATES I: a few months old and In perfect 2 bedroom home In the M.E. sec masonry 3 bedroom horn on
blind hems. Etc. $575 'I condition. Three bedrooms. tlon. This lovely home Is equipped a nice lot 110 x 154 located withIn -

per mo. $54.50 total price. 115 Insertion ............................................... S4c line I I two baths screened porch marvelous with central heat, paved drive walking distance to J. J. Finley
W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075. I Insertions .............................................. 22c line closets. Paved street. Closeto and air conditioning. Only $11- Elementary School and Gain**.
Insertions ................-............................ "c I line S on schools. $1,300 down and $519per 000. $250 down and M9 JO a month. yule High School. Owner leaving
FOR insertIons' ............................................. 14c Ii. Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU I' month Including taxes and In- Call FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES town.
8 Baby Sitter.. Child Care 11 charge computed by multiplying total lines l x :rat earn- your surance. INC.. 374-1234. FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Attractive .
I x number of insertions.
I EVERY DAY until it is rented : r AIR CONDITIONED UNUSUALLYdesigned home 3 on bedroom.nicely landscaped 2 bath masonry, large

TINY TOT Beautiful large :3 bedroom t bath patio really sets this 3 tot. Immediate possession. May
home with central air
S Five letter words per line conditioningand bedroom home apart. Wall to wall we show you this one.
BIG PLAY SCHOOLEXPERIENCED RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: heating. Spacious kitchen carpets. kitchen equipped. In a
: panelled family room with fire-
VIsit and for m beautiful neighborhood. N.W. sec GWYNN OAKS Large 3 B.R. -
yourself. place huge screened All
I porch. 2 bath home large wooded lot
24 SE Ith St. FR ir7806. Same as 2 lines on tion. Only (1X500 $1.000 down
sliding doors thermopane.
8 Pt. ordinary type == $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Large.glass nicely are landscapedlot. and S9540 a month Call FOR family room built In kitchen
elementary schoolteacher I DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.. 376- with large screened In patio-
to care for children. 3 1 Same as 3 lines .1 3200000. 1236. must be seen to be appreciated.
acre: play area. Planned program 1 *) Df. ordinary typeS $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day
I 3 bedroom 2 bath air- QUIET bath brick home. Large kitchen
Do.Sam* as 4 lines $55 $1.83 day. centrally
1O : mo. per
i KIDDIE KORTChild iI! | ordinarytyps' conditioned home on extra large neighborhood for this 3 bedroom family room. On lovely lot. Also
Care Center 3726667Employment 3 O r sloping lot. Cork floors. Nice de home. Spacious living In the S.E. private study away from family
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day sign. S22.00D.00.ARNOLD. area for only $12.250. Call FOR activity.
Same.s3lbse, ; 1236. WESTSIDE New residential subdivision -
on 24 Pt. ordinary type $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day opening soon. Acre tots,
streets now being paved. May we

$70 per mo . $2.33 per day REALTY COMPANY shrubbery surround- TREESand this Colonial tell residential you more area about outside this restricted city him

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 1 The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one = ; Multiple Listing Member home overlooking a picturesque .
Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable! : for any error In advertlsement S $75 per mo . $2.50 per day Associates 121 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 pond. This house has wall
to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied s : Pete Sleg to wall carpeting fireplace and its.M.
! FINEr BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS 5 by the Item M the advertisement.I No adjustment will '= Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge has been completely redecorated. M.tParrish
Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of = $80_ per mo. . $2.66 per day Jim Bob Sheppard Kalkman, Charlie Greene Mayo Within walking distance of University .
famous Studio Girl I tile advertisement. S Jimmy of Florida. As little as SI-

Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. i $85 per mo . $2.83 per day 500 down can handle this lovely
g Phone 376-4336 after 6- home Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES -

SALESPERSONFor The Gainesville Sun rese-ves the privilege of revising or relecting : RedfronksRealestate INC.. 376-1236.
$90 per mo . $3.00 day
CARS! ready to wear, age 23-45 exper. any advertisement which It deems oblectlonai and to s per AND ASSOCIATES INC.
lance preferred but not required. chance the classification of any advertisement from that ordered = FORDYCEAssociates MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH.
r This is full time permanent tit conform to the policy of the paper. s $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day Wayne Hill Helen Graham
position with all employee benefits. 3 : Carolyn GardenhIre Mary Parrlsh
Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. = Inc. NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 .
$100 per mo . $3.33 per day ,
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llm ULTRA MODERN with Roman inspired Real Estate Exchangors
LADY to age 35 for general accounting artlum with sliding Multiple Listing Realtors
office typing, adding 13-Help Male or Female 28 Livestock & SuppliesWANT I glass doors opening from Grace S. Fordyce. Broker
machine exp. necessary boo k- nearly every room. Striking Dudley Goulden. Associate HOME
keeping background helpfuL Ph. TO properly condilion cows CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR entrance patio. ARCHITECT Harvey Benton Associate
McCoy Mfg. Co.. Inc. FR 6-7290 HOUSEWIFE.STUDENTS, Earn extra before freshing? Then try cooperative DESIGNED for the latest in 926 W. Univ. 376-1286
for appointment. money. your own hours. no Mills 13 per cent fitting luxurious Florida II v ing.
I car needed. Call 3764968 from feed. Ideal for bulls & herefords, I Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living BUYERS
j .v. WANTED assistant for doctors t 00 a. m. to 12:00. too. On special during June. SUN RENTAL WANT ADS area. Triple car port Central WESTWOODIt's
office. Must be able to
type. I
FMX Gainesville or Alachua. heat & ..Irconditlonlng.I ,
complete Insurance forms
and Phone FR 21095 or 4612105. I of FOR THE DISCRIMINATING
file. Salary depends on experience. 14-Sales Help Wanted Brand New
Phone FR 23695. Y Mare, 2 years old Gelding. 3 BUYER. Ex- GUIDEby
years old. Saddle. 2 bridles 2 elusive with this office. Call -3 BR's 2 Tile Baths
I EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing BEST real estate sales opportunity blankets $250. See anytime after 60017.WESTWOOD. Central Alfcondltioned
shorthand knowledge of book in Gainesville. Drawing 5. 193X N.E. 3rd Ave. -Hardwood Floors The James Co.
keeping desired. Ample starting SCHOOL .AREA Almost .-
CLASSIFIEDs 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 34 Waterfront PropertyAIR -Huge LR & Family R.
wage. No age limit. Unlimited account. Leads furn- PONY for sale 2 yr. old stud, new modern 3 bed- .3669 N.W. 16th Ave The James Co. of Galnlesville. .
career opportunities for woman ished. 372-1551. broke to ride. Saddle and bridle. room, 2 bath with central -Easy to buy. See now. Inc. Builders of Kings
with quick mind. Prefer perma- See 3928 N. W. 20th Ter. Call GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. alt heat. Large panelled family berry Homes for this area will
nent resident. Send resume or 16 Work Wanted Female FR 29392. shots ready to go. Shown week CONDITIONED. gas heat room. Patio. Extra nice LittlewoodSmall be happy to answer any questions -
Interview request to Box 435 c-o days after 7 P.M., all day Sat. completely rurntshed 2 bedroom bwllt-I" kitchen. Beautiful you might have concernIng
Gainesville Sun. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES house lot. Less than $19,000 with
and Sun. $75. 3501 NW 18th Ter. on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles home ownership. You might
WAITRESS good hours good pay COLORED lady would like to take East of Gainesville. Price S8tOO excellent terms. Call 6-0817. Down be one of those people that
Apply in Wonderhouse care of elderly person. 14 yrs. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good FOR SALE Miniature Bronze Terms available. Phone FR now owns a home but found
Restaurant person 14 SW. 1st St. Be- experience as nurses' aide. i for watch, stock, and pets. FR poodle. Male, f months old. 6-6456. SPLIT lEVEL3 bedroom 2 Payment3 that It is now inadequate I If
hind Sears. days per wk. Phone 372-6742. 2-0033. Grandson of '63 Grand Cham YOUR VACATION HOME? bath. Large 4'''' pet. mortg- BR-I Tile Bath this Is the case a call to The
plon. May be seen at Martins age can be assumed. Price
SIAMESE KITTENS. : Stove & Ref. Included James Co. could very well
lilac Furn.
Reg. house in Yankeetown 2
CURB GIRLS. night shift. apply in 20 Year Animal HospitaL All permanents $14,900. Call 6-0817.
old girl wants a lOb take this
blue .. choc. Drive solve your problems. By
t PT. Champ. Lilac, blks. from River on paved street. -527 N.W. 36th
person. Jerry's Restaurant 2310 ing care of children. Live In and I we mean trading in your present -
S.W. 13th St. can & reg. blue & choc. Males at Only J3000 cash total price. S, NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom Total price 112,000
give references.
Phone Stud. Ph. Wllllston 528-6448. E. _Best Buy-See Now home.
Sapp Realtor
48-116. Newberry, Fla. frame home on over acre
I Qualified nurse to care for new- _
A land convenient to Medical -
BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle. 6 weeks 1 of UNIVERSITYREALTY There are a number of questions -
born infant during two week out-
s of.state trip In late August. References 17 Work Wanted Male old. AKC registered. Call FR 2- LAKE cabin cabin for sale Small 2 BR Center Everything like that we can answer concerning -
clear sand bottom lake,
: 7258 after 5:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots New. Total price. $8200 with trading. We teal that
required. Box 437-A,
... 5 miles from Hawthorne $5000 low down payment to responsible
;t Gainesville Sun. LAWNMOWING JOB have own all day. at $1500 ea.. 2 inside lots at call 372-0647 after 5 or all by talking with us you can
mower. will also cut hedges. call $1200 ea. Located 2 miles south I Sat. or Sun.OCE"'N day party. Call 6-0817. pick a suitable floor plan and
376-1069. of Crystal River Fla. on U.S., 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351 exterior design that will suit
WOMEN over 35 with pleasing FURNITURE 19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivision. FRONT STEAL Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor W. M. Munroe. Realtor your needs, front our many
I personality can earn $30 to $40a BOY 16. willing to work. prefer 175 feet Myrtle Lasslter, Associate i I hand.
Call C. Emory Cross, 376- on the Ocean with a depthof Assoc S. E. McLaughlin. Frank plans that we keep on
week contacting establishedAvon ably full time will take part UPHOLSTERYFor W. E. 8111" Harris, Associate I :
4582. 354 feet to>> AlA and 389 feel McCann T. C. Dougla A call to the James Co. wilt
time. Work at 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 Roby. Roy
customers. Experience un- anything. Call on AlA between Crescent Beaci! ; get all the facts about any
necessary. Call Avon Manager.FR _Bobby Shorter 376-5894 top quality workmanship WILL pay cash immediately tor 6 Manneland. Price for the next I Home: 2-7943 or, "29 <*? i *. Jr.., w. ?, type financing. Wny question:
20421.GENER"'L. call lot or parcel of land outside city I
II days 114,500. you might have without any
office work. SVt day 18 Schools & Institutions 372.6142 limits, but close In, on which a Write Sun Want Ads WORK SHOP obligations en your part.
week. salary commensurate with GAINESVILLE nice duplex house all ready on Eugene L Barnes & Son Realtors CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR Vi bath I
3764672Announcementt ability. 3764431.GRANDMOTHER Real I Estate Exam moving equipment, can be moved Members MLS dining rm., Fla. rm., Ig. util. We have lots available Inmost
UPHOLSTERY this week. Or will sell you the 65 King St. Ph. VA 9-501J Get Results rm. fenced back yard. near any section of town for
NEEDED. Mature COURSE 150S N.W.' 13th St. building furnished and ready to St. Augustine Fla. schools & churches. 372-8776. I IYou'll you to choose from.
woman to live In home. Children ATTEND First lesson free. Free Estimates-PICK up and go at bargain price on easy ..-
(10 and 5 years) need security HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEvE delivery. terms. You can move In same or Jimmy Womeldurf end Gene
and guidance. Parents COllEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave rent out by end of week, by actIng II Paramore have over 30 years
work. Room. board and salary. FR. 6-3507 3723727. now. FR 6-3012. I combined experience in the
Call FR 6-6985 after 3:00.SECRETARYExperienced II construction of homes. By careful -
MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for FOR SALE lake lot on Red Water.
I FREE ESTIMATES supervision by Jim anti
young on 7 Miles from Hawthorne. $3.500. I
lady. permanent resident, know. FURNACES and Quality Phone F R 23823 Gene. It will enable you as the
ledge of bookkeeping must like Examinations. For Information buflt-in I homeowner to get more home
send name address & Phone No. for your money and certainly
working with figures. Type accurate CENTRAL AIR Waterfront .
34 PropertyON &
and be neat. capable and Key Training Service. 112 W. ven makes The James construc.

hard working. Apply at 1012 S. Adams St.. Jacksonville. CONDITIONERSbyT THE GULF Fomuca I I lion to be beyond compare.By .
Main Street. range

Ii I SPEED WRITINGBOOKKEEPINGSecretarial Courses. Classes now Cedar Key Shores Foldawoy cabinet Klngsberry building home primarily we feet the we

Wanted forming. Howell's Business Col !! lr Other Properties tops ::;: have a great advantage and
12 Male Help. 3507.INTERNATIONAL lege.. 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- ( \ great opportunity for you as

Best In equipment using Internally David AndrewsCedar tile purchaser to pick design
LIFE with certificate. doors
GUARD insulated ducts. designed and floor plans that are created -
; work for summer. Phone I Key. 3841 storo
of the country's
,' engineered and. installedby by some

3 LOST & FOUND MAN. experienced. ALL AMERICAN' HEATING Reg Broker. specallzing in central ] desire complete Information -
I I To live on premises. Phone FR SCHOOLS & CONDITIONING CO. i you
63012.WANTED. call The James Co. and
I LOST iU! ;k leather willet in vip 234 courses including high school. PH. 376-8258 AGE. :3 miles No. of Melrose, heat we will be happy to come to
clnity of Plate Glass Co.phone & used salesmen GR 3.2931.BEAUTIFUL.
Plttsburg new car home and spend any
business. technical. engineering your
I booth Identification cards (2) Salary t. commission. 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
For complete Informa-- lot on The Suwannee : amount of time necessary to
,1 In name of Susie Westmoreland t Apply at Melton Motors. 703 N. tleo call 376-4067 24 Hour Service River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- explain The James Co. system
Roy Westmoreland. Phone 454-1816 Main St.MANAGER. 6160. of home ownership.We .
i or P.O. Box 653 High Springs.
trainees needed age ,
After 6. Reward. 2150. steady employment fringe can secure FHA VA and
WILL person who found a white benefits. Apply Jackson's Minit IN THE several different types of conventional
purse In Wlan Dixie Friday night Market '1234 P1.W.16th Ave. Ft/A a :i financing.Let .
please return pictures drivers I/ -
license I check book to address CAPABLE man to run residential ii vs mention a few of
en Checks Sand COD home building program. Must the Homes that are either un-
know construction throughly and : der construction or In the
t be able to coordinate lobs. Salary -- A, i planning stage.4Bedroom. .
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE plus extras. Please send resumeto -

P.O. Box 14127. University Station ; 3 full tile baths
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Gainesville. with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
to nervous or elderly. area. You must see this home
Easy Way Driving School. FR ATTENTION Ex-Insurance Agents.We I to appreciate It. We will trade
need two experienced in v '
2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. men on this one.3Bedroom.
life accident .. health to open office 1LtL
TUTORING for elementary grade In Gainesville area. Also Vero SUNBOATS Hi bath withtI.rcf.wood
students by qualified teacher.Phone Beach. Salary over right commissions
Mrs. Imeson FR 2-6220. & renewals. Leads furnished NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA I I floors located onwell
II [LI :: shaded lot. Small' down-
------------- -- See district manager I .4 .. payment. FHA.Construction .
AM. to 12 noon. Room 17. 121 I
E. 8th St.. Jacksonville Fla.
& MOTORSWHO to start
PAINTERS Wanted. First class BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION __ S V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homes
only. top rates. Call Commercial In N.E. Calnesvlll Call now
Melody Motor Lodge Painting Inc. 376-275 WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS and make all color selections
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishipg All theta will be brick veneer.
ir Plywood fishing boats.
First Class. Boat Introduced by FRANK $.It.511 We have 4 lots en 3fth Ave.
Waldo, Florida of Hydraulics gasoline PHILPOTTT $ $ 100'xV6'. Pick a lot and house
engines and welding required. Salary SERVICE STORES Vinyl
commensurate with ability. EASY CHARGE TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 3723537 /ii\ plan to suit you.
Mon. June 15th at ,
Contact Florida State Empioy-
"The Heart Of East Gainesville- pcper Now under construction 3-
ment Scrvke.NEED FRANK PHILPOTT'SSPORT ( concrete ) Bedroom. 2 baths with 1453
2:00 P.M. Check With CharlieFR varsafories
floor double
immediately. mechanics (2) CENTER 2-1791. List of Classifications to choose So. Ft. area car-
experienced plenty of work good port en shaded 100x276' tot.Will
The Melodv Motor Lodge salary group insurance paid va Home Fishing of Boats.McCULLOCH HUNTER. Fiberglass from trade on this one.
cation. Phone Mr. Elrod. Service ,
is one of Waldo's major Manager. FR 24433. Motors. MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY' i
Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing SwimmingDiving.Fishing .
motels-consisting of 12 Canoes.

centrally heated and air 13-Help Mile or Female ar,* Quality Sells Itself HORSE JOHNSONSEA MOTORS Equipment. find the KEY to

conditioned units plus a f vp SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
PLACEMENT SERVICE 20 NW. 14lt Ave Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
restaurant and large 3 bed- Office.Technical Professional FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.BAIRDS Golfing/ Equipment. fine family living at. .

room home. It Is on a lot GraduatesFor MARINE
Tennis EQUI menL
Mon Thru FrL 5-6 1I.m. SIL 9-6
appt. call 372-6377 601 S. MA'N ST.
300' x400' facing onto Other Times by Appointment
10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. Baseball EauJ menL
the new 4 lane U. S. 301 Monday through Friday .
S Manor For More InformatiMiCall
vhich Is now being com. 102 NW 2nd Avenue Sun Want Ads

pleted. This is a money YOUNG to 35. man capable or young of handling couple.considerable 25 CAREFREE Plus many many' more. .on=4: ==.v Use swim club community TheJames

maker and should have a responsibility. must not

high potential for the be afraid of long hours or hard Get Results EnJoy.| a clean and healthy pool.
work. Must be ambitious and be Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE XX THI Co.
future because of the able to work for yourself. with Supplies & Monthly cleaning
out supervision. Starts (109 per servica.FR .
"new" U. S. 301 high week build to better than SIO.XX) 2-5363 6-0060 2-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY I IrJ. Inspect our 14 models today-$13,400 to $18,200 Of Gainesville Inc.
a year. Large Southern corp. Builder of Kinytberry
Send for colored
way. not insurance or sites or anything Sales office-NE 23rd BJvd. & 11th Terr.-372-3471: Homes
picture and brochure. like that but the best future

John K. Davis Owner See R.1 opportunity G. McElroy on at this the paper.Holiday MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the 372.2527 PHONE


Waldo, Fla. AJA.onand Friday all June day 11th Thursdayand ft June Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 I 372.7401

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24 Sun Thursday June 11 1964 i
Gainesville _ u __ .. .
35 Houses for Sit. 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Houses for Rtnr unfum.

35 Houses for 'Sal 35 Houses 'for Sol 35 Houses for SoU II I !I 1
FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. i COMER'S Lake View Beach on LARGE rooms. electric kitchen. RETAL
S-ROOM FRAME house screened home located in Westmoreland Big Lake Santa Fe now open carport water and garbage free A
NO DOWN PAYMENT central 3 BR. air 2 porch reduced for quick sale Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt 5 Swim and picnic. Furnished cottages quiet location, no pets; $65. Call Furnished horn* on lake. $125.00 mo.
Central heat
JWK bath. Northwest $19,000 Call S2.49S. Phone Cephis Goodman, 2 Ig. bath Rms., la. family ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE : by the week. For reservation 3767925. ,
condo 528-4384 Wllliston. Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. I 1 U Memorial I call 468-1129 Earlton. 4 Rooms furnished at 1278-8 West Many fin homes evllabl for o -
3742927.WHY Central heat built-in kitchen .including Card of Tkaike 11 Wanted t* CayS2 I cupancy. t
3728404BEAUTIFUL PAY RENT? SAVE GE dishwasher. 2 court S Lost 4k Fau4 Machinery 4k Tool LONGBOAT KEY University Ave. Water 6-2930;
New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom tile yvds, walk to schools close to 4 Personalised. Service* 0 BalKUnr Materials = NEAR Bradenton. New air conditioned $60 p m FR 6-2641 or MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
bath 965 per month. Located on U of F & medical center FHA ft Trafel IntormaUan 14 HoucboU Gds beach cottage. Available M. H.y 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471

traditional residence. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some BUY FROM $22,700. Down payment $1,700. < Special Notice ES ABU.BC 5 weakly or monthly. For information LARGE well furnished 2 bedroom 2 BR Ig. living room quiet street,
Space, design. quality and custom trade-ins. Call FR 22372. I
Immediate occupancy. Drive by t Florist 4 Misc. Fr Sal = call FR 2-4851. apartment. Living room. kitchen very nice yard. porch
details throughout. Lovely large 3 BEDROOM. I bath. CCB screen 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler 5 Baby Sitters CkM Car <7 Trading FIsh and dining area bath porch kitchen appliances furn. $75 per
lot. More expensive than the ed porch. air conditioned central BUILDER Brothers" 372-9545 dally, 3749048night. Plaees T* G* ABC a Article Wanted 1 2 BEDROOM house on Lake SantaFe. nice yard. 2 private entra mo. Phone .
average price rang but you heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street, FR TUns T. Ca.AUTOMOTIVE. *9 F.I on Wood private dock. $45 per week. i near stores and bus 2JI3MODERN
will agree this house is more i Call FR 6-3268 ext. 2523.
2-6729. 7t B at. Marine Also 1 bedroom apart-
than worth It. 3 bedroom IV* bath. Pay only Equip.21Camp.flantph == mont. Large living room. kitchen HOME
TWO ACRES In the woods with the $80 per month including taxes RENT modern furnished cottageson
6 stores
dining near
most in contemporary styling; 4 baths living rm.* fireplace. wall and insurance. Wooded lot on I M AlrpUB* ....*-...tat. 73 7* Offle Mnalcal Ktalpnevt Lake Inquire Santa Lewis Fe by Jewelry week Co.or and bus line. Antenna furnished.Call 3 BR CCB home living rm., dinIng -
overlooks I creek five bedrooms. to wall carpeting formal diningrm. safe dead-end street. Perfect for Mary 77 MobQ BOBICS for Sal I season. mornings or evenings FR 2- rrru. kitchen comb with built
handsome fireplace mod e rnItchen. .. all elect. kitchen. cent. heat young growing family. No money 71 Track for Sal FOR RENT. week or month. 3 7280. Ins terrazo flrs"", $&8
Not quite completed 8 air conditioning. 2 story on down to qualified Vets. Only E "Tneb Wasted U room cottage on Lake Lilly, per Mian city limits 10
and I steal at J14.500.00. landscaped* acre. $34,400 Call own $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot Moeller M TraeUrs 4k Track Xental REALESTATEFORSALE Melrose. sleeps 6 adults. Plentyof SMALL furnished cottage S. trailer mln.m G'le. Big yard ideal
Substantial cash payment required. er. 374-9914. no. 67. I lit Trailer Bemtals shade on house deck. and for rent. Moore' Haven Park. for children. 4314
a U Motorcycles Scooter S3 Lot far Sal white sand beach. Utilities In- 2330 E. Unlv. Ave. Phone 376-
FOR $15,250 FHA evaluation you SWIM FREE Advanced Design 3-2.One of Gaines- II Atombn Repairs *4 Waterfront rrvperty g cluded. Phone GR 5-2631. 8164. OLD frame house 3 bedroom, bath. -s

can buy a four bedroom. two bathhouse NE Lovely 4 BR 2 baths spacious ville's most advanced home de RealtorDignity 85 ABtonobiles for Sal 35 Reuses For Sale g FEMALE student wanted to share 10 miles month.West FR on 2.5091 Newberry, after Roa.
in the Uttlewood area. Spacious rooms. Large scr. porch signs. Eye level built-in oven M Swap carsEDUCATV.iNAL 3C Cottages Fr Sal rm. furn apt. with same. $ .
living room and separate Air cond. V.A. loan. $102 month. and range In kitchen. Breakfastbar. 37 Beat Estate Exchanged E 45 Furnished Apte.NICECLEANIx4S' m_ mo. Util. incl. 2 biks. weekes.JULY
dining room parquet. Appoint. Equity on terms. 372.1a54.SI4.715 Walk-in closets. Terrazzo I 3* Real Estate Wanted en from town. Ph -3 BR fireplace In living
ment only. floors. Large rear lot with fenceon & 39 Oil .f Towa Property 376 1 kitchen equipped large
SEVERAL lovely lake homes for up ON YOUR LOT. Open Beauty a 18 School* a iBstnetlev VERY attractive spacious upstairs
back line. Save nearly $1,000 4* BaslBesa Properties screened attached garage
sale. These are year round residences House Sundays, 1 to 4 p.m.U. Designed S.I on this one. $15,150 $500 down C. Brick. 2V* bath. N.W. with large 5 IS Masle Dacclnc.2t 41 Residential Incm TRAILER. Lot 16-C 1 Archer bedroom Road 2 BR furnished apartment. utility pc lot. Call FR
within easy commuting Steel Corp.& .engineered Homes Division. 2100 FHA. $94 month includes all. LR. separate D.R. family rnx, I W..te4-lutneUoa 4! Farm Acreage U Village. Phone FR 6-2869 after Only $70 per month. FR 6-50 6-3548. r
kitchen with N.E. 2nd St.
distance. Ig. dining
Ask for lot no. 2. area Lg 43 CoUred Property Rentals 6ONE 7
air cond- -
BR 2 bath
sq. ft. 3 car port. this home is situated EMPLOYMENT 3 BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st
J. W.KIRKPATRICK brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 on = 43-1 Colored Property Sales ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St. $75 2 br,
Ave. $100
Homes. Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 beautiful lot. 22nd St. area shown 17 Work Wanted MalI bedroom cozy apartment Call McKinney Green. p Als
NW 34th Dr. Alachua per In L $ me.University .
by appt. Call Mary Moeller. Femal walking distance to town. private m 1 bath per
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 4- Huge corner lot with hundreds of = If W.rk Wanted RENTALS Inc. FR 23617. Realty 372-4351.
entrance. E. Univ. Ave. Call FR
6690. dollars In additional landscaping.Take S It Sale Help Wanted I
Realtor sidewalk to public or pa- Price ReduceH g 13 Help-Mai* .r Femal 44 Cttaces Fr Real 2-5514.

11 N. Main St. Phone FR 24404 Sun Want Ads rochial schools. Save big moneyon 3 Br Lg family Rm study, Lg. H 12 Male Dramatl Help Wanted 41 Fnralsbcd Apts. LARGE one bedroom apartment. 46 Unfurnished Apts. 49 Rooms Fo Rent
Member Multiple Listing this one. Lot no. 24. patio CB. on beautiful shaded lot, H 11 Female Wasted 4< Unfinished Apia. $58 per month includes gas and
ASSOCIATES: to see this lovelyhome, drive by g Help 47 flosses 'er Beat Fan. water. 303 NW 1st St. Phone
Irene Bunnell Get Results HUGH EDWARDS 840 N.W. 20th St. & call Mary it Bcases for Bent Cnfim. e FR 6-2012 or 6-7568. NEW 1 BR dple apt... kitchen LARGE cen. cool room access
Floy Mathiasen I
Moeller. FARMS & LIVESTOCK 45 RMB f.r Bent $ month on ayers to refrigerator. Linens
A. W. Recce Calif.. USN Ret.COMPARE. _.- INC. = S8 Farm E,. ,.. .' M Betel Booms en I 3 rooms & bath close-in adults. euipp. Ph. 376-8372 days. t mai service weekly. FR 2-
-- -- Water turn. $55 .
no pets. per mo. evenings. 2 1981. 416 NE 2nd Ave.
I = 27 Feed Fertilizer 51 Misc. Rental -7 115
2837 N.E. 15th Street BeautyAbounds H 28 Livestock a Supplies SU Wanted T. Bent U FR 2-4621 or 312-1633-
LARGE newly decorated garage
376-7171 In this Lg C.B. 3 BR, IV* E 29 Landscaping Tp Sell 53 Boarders Wanted U I FURNISHED apartment for rent apt. 805 NE 8tn Ave. Partially NICE. cool. downstairs corner

r 1 --i iI I bath home near St. Patricks Pa- = 30 Pets a SappilesU 53 Office Desk Space for two. male only. air-condi furnished Phone 376 3015 orG room. antenna close In furnished., off street 531 parkIng S.E-. I
GLADYS SMITH rochial. Metcalf & Howard BishOP :31 LlTcstock Wanted it B;stnes* Rental tioning central heating. u t II. R 5S 2nd Place. FR 22582.
1 schools all rms Lg & spacious.For en I furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173.
enFINANCIAL 5 rooms & bath. downtown area
comfort Ig COOL corner, by dayweekmonth.Hot .
extra a
STOP LooKINGI Sub-let June 15-
i iI SERENOLA ESTATES screened porch. an abundance of H 5* Bnslnes OpportcUtie 23 Special Services 5i Aug. 15. 2 BR completely furn. retrig. 81 stove. Aduls. n pets. water electricity. Beautyrest
Lovely residential lots new school water furn. $60 per mo. FR
I THESE HOME VALUES Call Moeller. mattress. Cross
1- I opening In September, priced from storage room. Mary = S7 Money t* Loan S3 Bom Improvement air condo apt. T.V. antenna incl 4621 or 372.1633. Close In. 321 NE. ventiati.
$3500. Call 3725393. = U Mortgages 24 Badi TT Serrle 2 biks. from campus. Married 3r
I BEFORE YOU BUY I Contemporary m 69 Money WantedsullIlllllmluIliuIm1mhiui1Tenli30mlO 25 Appliance Fnraltir couple preferred. $89 per mo. PARTLY furnished 2 broom ROOMS single and double. on
6 I I EE 372-6753. .part. $55 month. bus line distance to
walking town.
a S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra I 3 BR 2 bath. family rm with fireplace I .:. 3 at 1724 S.E.
a mmtns1llffiffienlind0anmmthnrmwwI s afer pm kit. privileges desired. 3762877. -
nice large home. built-In dbl garage excellent neigh- ---'--- NICELY furnished convenient Dunn. I
I EInnlwlnhIIImfflffluhIIUuImliIMuiuhInIlulwIo ; range and oven. fireplace. New borhood shaded yard. $1200.00 downtown area. $75. Also garage .
I a FHA commitment. Call 3725393 equity take up payments $12500 35 Houses for :Sale 35 Houses for Sol apt. air conditioned. S90. Adults TWO bedroom apt. available immediately IN WALDO furnished cottage

SAVE! for an appointment. mo. S.W. section. See Mary Moel only no pets. Inquire Lillian's ; lower level of du chen 1$. bedroom fc private kit
ler. Music Store. pies; stove and refrig. situated Porch carport. Twin
The following are ready for 80 ACRESPlus 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath carport BUY OF A about 3 biks. off campus. 1105 4681184.IN .cbLb
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto
and utility room. $9.000 $450 NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone ,
occupancy. 3 bedroom. 2 bath home See This LovelyJumbo down. $65 month. Phone FR 2.3355 shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. FR PRIVATE HOME, nice clean
RI uiimnioiuiilhiiiimi.jiiimiwmnmmui Ba central heat, oak floors. 20 miles days FR 6-4311 nights.LITTLEWOODWESTWOOD. Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month. 6587.DELUXE room for reliable gentleman. No
i iNW from Gainesville. 15 acres pecan brick 3 br, breezeway. LR 2500 sq. ft. suburban 2 and 3 BR. .ir-cond. drinking. Phone FR 6-5047
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple
3330 & 3320 grove. 45 acre permanent pasture dining rm quiet St. Realistically. home priced below replacementcost. gas appliances, wo paneled.
priced. Drive past this fine property AREA preferred but no children or Phone IN NEW MODERN HOME mod
30th Ave. 20 acres unimproved. Tractor, 4 BR 2 bath sunken living spacious yard. qiet Slo
mower. harrow fertilizer distributor. 1114 NW. 13 Ave. & call 3 BR, 2 bath, Fla. Rm.. large store pest Upstairs apt. Available now. ) or ern furniture dbl. privatt
i 111S NW 40th Drive 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn $77. Call 372.5393GLADYS. Mary Moeller.Retirement. age room screened porch. carport rm. wall to wall carpeting Ig. Call 6-6512. 3768 372.50 bath. Rent single b. to
:3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn., OIlS per mOo 5 established yard. shrubs kitchen with bulit-lns, suspended New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor men must be gentlemen. Phone
china closet etc. Set 1 8> 2 BR furn. apts. near Univ. I
among $7500 month. Call John
per month. shade down. per
trees. 1500 527 NW
H 4617 SE lit PI. SMITHRealtor 34th Ter. Ph. FR 25043. beautiful trees on 1V4 acres fronting 916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR -26U. I Merrill. Realtor. FR 2.1494. 376-0814.

I 2024 NE 16th Ter.i 4608 SE 2nd PI. a 3 Br 1 bath. frame, Ig lot, quietSt. Millhopper of $117.Rd.Phone Monthly 3722365for payments 1 BR furnished apt.. water furnish DESIRABLE well located 2 BR Rooms. for male students near campus -

} BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $89 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn $41 Associates: paved. $3200.00.Investors DISTRESS SALE appt. to see. ed. 4141 NW 12th Ter. $60 per I duplex apt. with utility appliances month.summer rats.. maid By week. or
H per month. par mo. Anna Hinson Ben Griffin mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental FR 2 Kitche .rvle.
Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes Libby Heights 3432 N.W. 13th Ave. COMPLETELY furnished 2 bedroom for Mr. Haynes. $85 monthly yearly basis. No .276.
I 1115 NE 5th St. 303 SE 38th St. Member Multiple Listing 4 Bedroom 2 bath. Separate din- frame home about 1500 1 BEDROOM completely fwrnish- children. pets or students. 815 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. A's'
ing room. Owner transferred. Sq. Ft. in good condition. Located NW 13th St. Phone FR 65323or adjoining rental property .
1 1 BR. 2 bath, $350 on. $94 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. $" s EXCELLENT BUY Must sell on or before June 15th. near bus line and Stephen ed upstairs or downstairs near FR 300 block N.E. 3rd Ave.
s ser month. per mOo Central air conditioning S. heat 3 PRICE SLASHED TO $23,000. shopping center. See at 612: N.W. 63. frontage.
Near Country Siub. on Foster school at 822 N.W. 39th sell together or separately
BR, 2 bath built-in kitchen family 34th Street-l62 comprising FHA mortgage. can be assumed. Ave., on beautiful lot 100 x 141 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 Wi N.E. 3rd Ave. FR
47 Houses for Rent Furn. 31
I 29th Ave. rm., fenced back yard. outside Terms of choice. FR 6-8298. per mo. 2-4752
3236 NW appr. 45 acres. Near U.F. your Also car shed and work shop. $100 .
3 BR. 2 bath $650 dn. $91 I city limits. Only $14.250. Locatedat Campus with Income established- down payment. $100 month. $12- 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. SEMI-PRIVATE air conditioned l
I Norwood permo. 3945 NW 36th SL Ph. FR 6-2969 will lease or sell call Mary 000. Credit report required call Near University. See at 411 N.W. 1 BR HOUSE suitable for 1 person rooms for rent, term 3-B. $65 InX..

Moeller. EXCLUSIVE FR 6-2524 or 6-6710. 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per or couple. $50 per mo. Haw eluding FR utilities. Call FR 6-2773 or

3301 & 3311 WELL located home for sale. Owner NORTHWESTSPACIOUS 3 BR 2 bath CCB home in thorne Road. Phone 312.476. -78.

II ,Hope NW 30th Are. 9 graduated and will give Immediate MARY MOELLER excellent condition with established : mo.EAST SIDE 3 BR. 2 bath. 411 SW 27th St. $150 NICE Twin room, also small efficiency:
4 BR. 2 bath. $400 dn, $89. occupancy. R e cently 2090 Square Feet lawn. NE section. 2921 I per mo. Call McKinney Green .b. private bath & entrance
EiIIIIJllllBllllllllldldlllB9IE painted. and In excellent condi REALTOR WOODED 93 X 164 Lot NE 12th St. This house includesair Inc. FR mont 865 NW. JUt
"H" tion. Whypay rent when you CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 conditioning built-In bookcases 2.31. 2-7.
Inc. can pay less to own. 374-4055 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Bedrooms 2 Baths Paneled Den a large master bedroom SMALL furn. house. newly decorated NICE clean room Refrig
ij Member Multiple Listing Living Room Dining Room, Electric no pets. 2 BR trailer Print
IIIIIIIIII 1242 N.E. 6th Ave. chain link fenced-In back yard. Als entrance 4 bath. Phone
I We Trade Homes I MARY MOELLER ASSOCIATESE. BROKER Built in Kitchen. Large enclosed patio central heat. built. $57 per month upGainesville's very cool. S. Section. Phone or 495-2312
Family Room. Hardwood Floors. FR
in kitchen, optional wall to wall 2.563

I or Property LARGE Woodland Terrace house W. Mealier Dick Durbin Foster Kessler FR 21053. carpeting & drapes In living Finest 2 BEDROOM house, 1105 N.W. 51-A Wanted To Rent
FOR RENT I full appliances included. Excel- 191S N.W. 11th Road room & dining area. Convenientto Furnished or unfurnished 33rd Avenue corner of llth St.

1IIIIII1IIIII1t1n1ll1lll-'DIIItIUllllllIIImIIIIIIlIDI lent condition. Easy financing. OPEN HOUSE 4 BEDROOMS BATHS schools & shopping center. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart House open call FR
j & 124 SE 7th St. Owner moving out of State. Call Fla. Room Fireplace Central Paid membership to pool & club ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- FAMILY of three 21 best
house. 1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. llth want t
I 3723793. 3 Bedroom 2 bath. Florida room. heatyou name It-this lovely Occupancy July 1st. Phone 9606. room house Flv
only $450 down. Assume loan at 37-991S. St.. corner 33rd Ave. House open. 100.
modern home has itl .
Os OUR HOMES ARE 3 BR 1 Bath S94 month. By owner 1937 masonry 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart Call FR 6-4230. year, rfsld.nt Nrf. p 2 2911.
N.W. of
f I FOR YOU TO EN. 1 Year Lease $9$ per Ma. course. Big fenced corner SEE IT NOW ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd Ave
N.E. 7th Terr.CALL
1-1All I1IBII1Jlllllll1lllllllllmRlRIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH lot; double garage plus car I BR furnished house for rent on
o; SEEING ANYTIME IF EYES RIGHT! port. Inspect this amazing buy at Malore Gardens nue.FR 0-3593.Can be seen after 5 p.m. Millhopper Road. Water furnished. 52 Boarders Wanted
WILL JUST CALL. 3 ml. S. of Univ. on 441
1750000. Attractive terms. Phone FR
B 1123 SE. 4th STREET I See real dream living In shadow USTO ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTORPh. 2-1 145 2-4625 2-4537 FOR RENT one bedroom furnished 2.9976

I FR 4-5301 or FR 4-7989, Ia Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 376-5707 ANYTIME FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 apartment near Univ. & Alachua COMPLETELY furnished 2 BRhO.e ROOM and Board for girls. Prtvati
i' SEE THESE FINE LISTINGS at Earleton. Fla. bath. Washing Machine. Phon
Shipman's -
D. Oliver. Bldr. bath. Ig. Fla. rm., utility area General Hospital. $65 month. FR 6-6083
_" Ph. FR 2-0844 3 BR Fla. Rm Carol Estates. separate living rm., dining rm. Available June 15th 102 NW 7th Landing. $50 per mo. Call
:! $474 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry FR 6-3507.
1JIIIL West M NW 39th Ave. past near schools. Pay low equity kitchen wall to wall carpeting in St. Phone 376-7955.
: d __ th* Glen Springs Intersection home with built-in oven and.00 & assume VA loan with $77.94 living rm. glass sliding door ONE- room furnished 140 N.W. 6th St. Large 2 BR, 54 Business Rental
-ONLY $75 apartment
:.1 .- - See sign .. left. range month.- 1 year old mo. payments. Ph. 3760539.NORTHWEST I leading to 16' x 24' patio fenced- $10 per week. One block from bath house with family room.

per II I In back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. I square. 12 N. W. 3rd Street. Ph. Will be shown by appointment.Call .

YOU BUY TWO KINDS II $500.00 DOWN Large 2 bedroom $19,500. 376-7074. 376-5221. GARAGE space tot rent 613 SW
I two story frame home near Kirby $350 down 3 Bedroom concrete LARGE, 1 or 2 BR Reasonable. LAKE WAUBERG tor. FR Call Jo Merrill Real

I 1 I II Smith School. ONLY $60.00 per block home on shady corner lot. Clean convenient location. Excellent 2 BR by week or month. 2-144-
OF BUILDINGS McCOY'SMacoma month. .. Close to school and shopping, 3 bedrooms Excellent neighborhood. Call 372. neighborhood. Adults only. R hs. Ph. FOR LEASE 1500 sq. ft. downtotn

2 bath home with family S968. 306 NE 5th Ave. FR 6-0969. 46313. store builing. suitable, for ret*.

I FOOTAGE Homes, WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 room. This is a very nice 2618 N.E. 10th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath. AVAIL. June 15. Air-cond, 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. drstc.e. offices
BY SQUARE I II bath homes with central heat air home for the growing family with aerial. Call ASSOC )
CCB. carport and
utility room
I Inc.For conditioning In the Littlewood and: School Florida area room the only $1,500 down payment. central heat and paid-up pool 6th No children St.CLEAN no pets. .65. 406 NE _ATES__ 37-24. __ ____

Sale, very attractive 3- Gainesville High School area and membership. Reduced for quick FORDYCE RENTALS
I I II bedroom 1-bath home. 4617 I Idylwild. REASONABLE sale. Phone 3725994. living room lust refurnished Call our agency to find thhouse 56 Busines Oppor'uniti. J,
E. University Ave.> walking ADD THIS UPIt makes a top newly painted. 1 apt. you wish. Many listed.
distance to Lake Forest 4 BEDROOM. 3 bath home complete 3 br., Fla. rm, Large fenced yard buy! 3 BR plus IV* baths plus at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per Also apartments furnished. EXCELLENT Service downtown Sincla i> I
Schools. Price $12,500. $500 In beautiful Idylwild. Priced at mo Immed. occupancy. Phone Station open and I
with swimming pool and HW floors, plus WW carpets plus d
I I down and $ month.Call $14,000. 6-2472. Weseman Realty. FORDYCEASSCIATES. Ing busines- will leas t*
::5t per central heat. sep. DR. plus pantry. plus eat. party with r
Gerald Q. McCoy in kitchen plus draperies plus 1 BR air cond. furn. trailer & enclosed INC. capital. Sinclair Ide. e
II Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedroom fenced plus shrubbery. plus cabana. Excellent condition. 926 Phone FR Ce \
DAN BYRD 376-1234 I
6-5015. Office corner N. Main home with 2 bedroom apartment convenience to elementary high FR 2.9886. 6-8 A.M. and 6 o 2-512
I II and 23rd Blvd.Quality. completely furnished. ALSO 3 schools and shopping. SUBTRAC1 6-12 P.M. TWO bedroom house for rent 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On Vi

unit apartment house completely I ASSOCIATES. INC selling and closing fees (its by Apply Frank Dickes. Orange Univ. Ave. for leas*. Opportun.;
ONLY $10,000. Jack DeYot Realtor UTIL. FURN. close-in 2 rooms. prIvate Lake Marine P. ty for the right to
furnished. owner). 5 per cent. FHA-497 Wors. O. get I
bath. off street
Associates parking no Box 221, the
mo. incl. Til. CARRY Orange *. bowling alley business with r I
I Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway your pets. Also newly papered 1st floor
3 bedroom small
Spacious amount of
DOWN capital Call I
$1000 FR
Christine Stone own figures as an offer to 719 1BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. 3 BR, 1 Bath, complete kitchen,
home In 6-2441
2 bath masonry NW. 19th Lane. Call 3723784. near schools and shopping or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. I
825 N.W. cen
13th Street
Westwood. Large comer lot. 372-2511 FOR RENT Duplex apartment. ters. Haynes. I
Homes Call night or day 2 BR frame. freshly painted in & furnished. 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. For Information; Manaro's ,
Restaurant. FR MAN and
I 2-4690. wife tree to livi
porch. shade trees oak Phone tfm.
FR 2-4386
BEST VALUE In 3 BR home, $60
JOHN monthly payments buy our i floors terms $200 dn. and $55 AVAIL Immediately, 3-4 Br. LR, out of town and operate a ameS
WESTVILLA monthly. Located near Univ. Ave. Bedroom, kitchen. dining room Kit. Equip. Near Park Sundry and rental business. Phone
I equity leaving reasonably.city. Call no 372-4064.) owner bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. Immed. living room and private bath shopping schools $100. 1203 N.E. FR '..312.ABSENTEE.

BARNS I II N.W. 16th Ave. MERRILL 7170.occupancy. See It and phone 6- Phone 3766512.FURNISHED 5th Ter. FR 0-2693. ownership make nee-

II BY OWNER. Mason Manor 3 BR, apartment adults 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. essary sales of 18
Realter 2 bath cent. heat built-In kit., FOR SALE 2 BR CCB furnished only. $60 per month hot d cold Stove & refrigerator 1115 per hole carpet golf cours. Inquire
I & 37th St. Multiple Marcella Listing PardI huge screen porch paved dead. horre $6500 cash 330 NW 19th water furnished. 316 NE 3rd Ave. mo. Ph FR 6-247 Weseman Gainesville P. O. Box 13427.
Associates: Ph. FR 24752.
end street shaded lot reasonably Lane. Call FR 25869. OTHER BUSINESS
W. H. BuchannanE. force me ti
-_priced. Phone FR 22378. CLEAN nicely furnished efficiency 2 BR new home located on paved sell good grocery 1 mealmarket.
TERMSWALTER apt. TV antenna off street park. street. All colored trade. Smal:
Fla. 20
LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath, Ig miles
I.r., with fireplace. D.R.. built 38 Real Estate Wanted ing. Private. Ideal for working from Ga'nesvllle.! Wired for eec.! down payment but must have
: In kitchen enclosed patio 2 car lady. P. M. Boothby, 427 N.W. stove has elec. hot water heat good collateral. Call FR 6-

C. "CURLY" carport. central alr-cond. and TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 10th Ave. FR -7227. er. $45 per mo. Contact G. P. 7231 days or 2-0641- night A

heating. Near schools. Priced to bedroom country home with NICE downstairs apt. close in, utilIties Wadsworth, Hampton.UNFURNISHED ._ Sundays.

KUEHN JR. sell. 3505 N.W. 13th Ave. Tel. acreage or home- la nice older furn. Ideal for working 3 bedroom house

STU BaS 2-6795. section of town. Send details to person. $10 per wk. 531 SE 2nd $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom Cultivated Blueberries
Homes Lots. Income. Basinets box 424-M Gainesville Sun. PI. FR 22582.EFFICIENCY house $60
Furnis GROWN I
I INC. and Lake Property. now. 3 bedroom 2 bath near APARTMENTS. $50 ed duplex apt., $90 t
Farms and Acreage.E. schools and University. Central month. Phone 481.2380. 6-746. Pick Your Own ,
C. "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr. Heat and Alr-Cond. Call ALA. 41 Residential Income 25c lb.
WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE 3 BR. 1 bath. 1421 NE 18th per or pint.
June 15th. Avenue.
I I "We Trade Houses" 638 N. MAIN ST. CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES. Large
I IIf FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6344: 376-2448. bedroom duplex furnished apt. $115 per Month. Call McKinney 1 Mile South and

4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adJoining with big living; room dining Green. Inc. FR 23617. /2 Mil West of ( I
you're buying home look FOR SALE BY OWNER room. kitchen and lalousied 2 "Ieot
3 BR.
I a I ---- ---------- -- --- --- rental property. 200 ft. Bedro. CB hse. $60 per
porch. convenient
I at the TOTAL PICTURE I 2 bath masonry home hardwood frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd SW to downtown mh. Call AM. to S PHONE GR
floors throughout. Dining rm. Ave. Will sell together or separately month. Call FR 63070. P.M 5.209 I

You get more dolar-for-dollar! Ig. kitchen fireplace air condition 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2. L

I Value in a Hugh Edwards home I II Butler Bros. BuildersInvites Sale phone, price on 3767400.WESTWOOD nice$21,000.. lot If in Interested Golfview., 4752.

EDWARDS HUGH Bldr. 2 Bldr. 3 LITTLEWOOD 42 Farms & Acreage SERVICESHome
I Walking distance to schools. 3 ;
C Youto BR 2 baths home In Skyline
REAL PLASTER WALLSI YES NO NO IYES' Heights. Study. hardwood floors ACREAGEAppr
Sound absorbent, normally.. built-in range 8. oven. Cent.

I used In higher.priced homes. heat. Shaded back yard. Call 46 Acres near new Country -
I 3764862. Club. suitable for And
Apt sitesor Business
( - color.indentations.I no furniture. I area central heat. built-in kit. 12 pavement Acres W.$680000 of Gainesville. on .

1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High Bulldozing
2 biks. from Littlewood Plumbing
( ALL BRICK FRONTS school. Ideal for Ig. family, or MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
Lasting beauty greater family and, elderly persons.Priced 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471

reset value. _4 A new community of distinctive for Immed. sale. 3449 80 ACRE FARM 12 miles from SMALL trk. fill bulldozer dirt. Km loader rock.dump Top NEW SEER INSTALLED fxre complete
N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. city. U mile hiway frontage.
I FULLY SODDED YES NO I homes in the fashionable FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year good vegetable land planted pasture sil. Ph 372' HUGULEY plumbing anle "PlumbIng JIM-
FRONT LAWNS small frame house BULLDOZERS 8.
deep Back FR "15
Northwest. around home on SW side of Lake Dragll -
Keeps sand out of your new II Santa Fe $25,000. If Interestedcall well farm equipment included. hoe. wheel motor
home gives you nearly two 475-5675. $250 per acre with terms. Contact gra. Free estimates. w. G.
I years head.start. Saves money. I ALACHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES .eul Johfwon FRLandscaping 121' Upholtr
IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm.. 3762448.Fordyce .
: SIDEWALKS Featuring : 1 bath, kitchen living rnv.. din reasonable prices.your furniture Call at

I YES NO ing rm. Block home with 2V* Acreage Ex F* Sally.
I Safety for your children. No rl 434 NW
I future assessments. NOl I r FHA homes from acres Price of$14.000.land Phone within 472-2459.city limits. 13h 6.
( 44 acre tract beautifully wooded
(1 COMMUNITY 208 N.W. 36th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath southwest of town only $165.00 an GrassS.rd Main-Nursery
I I SWIM CLUB YES YES NOI I $16,000420,250 FHA close to grade and |Ir. high acre. RemodelngD
\ school. trees and hedge. take over A beautiful ranch with magnificent CREVASSE'S NURSERY YOU NEED Florida '

I Swimming recreation with and summer II -' Down payments tram soo.w contract for my down payment. pastures water, tobacco and peanut Landscape Co room, more room r work.,
your Available August 1st. Ph. :372- allotments and timber at FR -2514 for estimate.
I neighbors. 6477. .m.y a complete f home?
I $16500 an acre a real buy on For estimate, guaran

I GAS LAMP Available $75 per mo. $500 down. 3 BR 1 todays market. teed work Carl
I I POSTS YES NO VA Loans bath, screened porch cent. heat.patio. Investment acreage dose to Medical Waters, 372404 I C
Adds distinction to your home appliances. Near schools.NE Center In southwest 20 acre Appliance -
I Gives you added burglar I Ph. FR 2-2774. parcel approximately 660 x 1320 Repir"Ai ADVERTISE L THE CARPENTER desire work, addW
I protection. for 55.500.Beautiful ti a> repairing. Phon FH

: I McKINNEYGREEN rolling hills over 100 'In.
FORMICA CABINETS acres perfect for horses and I SERVICE DIRECTORY

.I I Always-clean: never needs YES NO I 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm cattle $37500 an acre. A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Swing Machine Repll

refinishing.I Also other listings available from I First In air conditioning and Appliance -
DEATONREALTORS $75.M an acre on up. repairs. We sell CALL-SEWING. -
I FLOOR TO CEIUNG NOIYES I washers refrigerators guaranteed etc.CR Av W. University
YES NO W* repair an
FORDYCE ASsoc. INC. 60767Approisol. 26-105
CLOSET DOORS .._Makes. fully
Double shelved for 100% II View Estatesis Littlewood REALTOR Mortgage Broker W VU8rH.

I I more storage space. I Here Is the house that will suit 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 ServiceFRED TELEVISION

t your needs. It has the location 60 ACRES woodland with stream EllA and conventional at l
TRUSS ROOFSI YES NO planned for professional men and their right by the school. It has 3 running thru It. One half mile current rate Terms PICTURE TUBE
Full I ft. ceiling throughout YES BR 2 baths Fla. room-kitchen from paved road. Good hunting years. Will gladly discuss at noobligatloes. Repair Special. $1
I I home. Attic space for I families. combination central heat-tt is and fishing $6500 Cash. a. ARNOLD Call tomorrow. p In. Year plus Sl. .itil _
( I additional """latlOlfuel priced right only S1OOO Tom U. Greene. Realtor. REALTOR J. W. KIR"PATRICK Realtor $
savings. Can be FHA financed Oneyeas. N. F 24494 Reiti T'I from $
old Owners have left town .
I TILE WINDOW SILLSNo YES NO I II II and must-sett. You should Investigate Chiestend. Fla H19 W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 273-3521 FRED B. ARN 4 7 IE.with 1st Ave.
I' before Call FR 2- RE Tell
wood trim around windows you buy- 43 Colored Property makes. yea .
to rot from natvr"condenSation. II 3617. FH CNENION _J1
from $12,250 I
I up .
Auto Equipment 121* W. UNI. AVE. rH 372352 Tires
I NorthwestFour HOMES FOR SALE Alignment

2 8 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th it. & MORTGAGE MONEY Brake Service
from $400 down BR 3 bath HOME two SE ills Ave. Sam no down pay. SV* cent interest. Terms
NO MONEY = bedrooms With private bath 3 mont Some small down pay. HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & 25 .p t
DOWN VA i1 I car enclosed garage Large ment. Monthly payment $57 to exchanged} Repair kits for BUY BUILD REFINE VACATION SPECIAL
comer lot near University. $63. Also homes built on walker jacks. Factory uthorta- ON
your fa
$100 CLOSING Call FR 23617.Florida i tot for no down pawnort. tel Walker Hydraullr Jack c Ntl k M
T IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Call TOMMY Service Agent. HULLS BRAKE St. Pn. FR 2-2511 50% .I tires. See
I FHA FROM DG'p-2-mS I N 1 O new
$450 DOWN 1I I II ParkThis Rudder SERVICE S. SUPPLY 1314 S. wrap around retread C give
Mali FR ,491 Realtor
mileage J. traction. Latl-
I !IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Is a most attractive 4 BR 3 COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex and cl loans. U mo Tire Ce. t13 N. Miln 5t.

I bath horn appointed with excellent apartments. Urge living and Auto Glass rate. .e 2 \ U
I iI features Large well landscaped dining area modern kitchen wills Av m Tree
lot. LR with paneled wood fan tare storage closets ferru FORDYCE and Associates, Seri
I f WRITE, WIRE. PHONE or VISIT burning fireplace plus en entertainment lefloors, tile baths space heat AUTO GLASS b our crtfy bus*. Cl and F..A.. .. t. A-t TREE SERVICE

I ream more than 2.- er and not water beater, facilIties ness. Immediate Installation ca 37.1Z Gra Fortfyce. Pruning treeing & cabteing -
I. Village Qmn I II II 209 sq. ft, of extraordinary living for washing machines and free pickup a. de very. Add Real Associates. d Cavity
Open beauty I value to t rea
and all correctly createdfor your car.MAULBIN'S
spac paved streets. So* at N.E. 26m In m wn University Av*- work & serv-
Palm View Estates gracious living. You'll be Ter. or eaU for appointment 372- AUTO GLASS CO. Ice and tH L

I II II i iI Til Dark proud to D* the owner northwestsection. of thishome 5321 or 37J-53M 322 N.W. am It. FR 4-2SS8. a Insured..lt Fr L.

in the exclusive PAINTING Thames 376-2940. Jack Hoover*
Shown by appointment 44 C4t for Rant 444-3482. Golnesvlli*. Fla.WINDOW .
,** i

I I II 372-9545 doy 376-9048 night FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage ail ADVERTISE W TRRazRYwz 717.estimates. cl.p 2H.. 37J- CLEAN I KG

237 NE 15th Street ASSOCIATESJ. electric tile shower good venttuttan. cIe.wsd.f1oora
PhoiM 376-7971
I II Drive West on 16th_ AYe_ Fred Guy J yn* BvtterwormCol. located en Santa ft DIBCCTO&Y: WINO houses c
J. W. Davis H. j. Wiltshire Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2- Interior decorating and yrs. Free itimatar
I- _ _ ...I! I Multiple Listing 116. I I free estknat Phone .i nl4 Phone p.

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I Thursday, June 11, 1964 Gainesville Sun 25
f 61 Wanted to Buy 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 77 Mobile Homes for Sal -

,I 85, Automobiles for ,Sale I

CASH for your used furniture refrigerators NEW Fishing Boats painted and For Sale -_ 1 BR air cond. turn. Value Rated PAINT
stoves. TVs. doming ready to go. Sth Anniversary trailer .. enclosed cabana. Excellent ,. FOR SALE 1944 Chevelle SS con I ':-1 B & G MOTOR CO.
etc. FR 2-3937. William's 15 day sale. June 1st to 15th. condition. FR 24880 M vertible.' 220 V-8 4-speed. white Used Cars
-_Service Center, Hawthorne Road. 10 ft. $24.75. 12 ft. $3...5. I yearsin A.M. and 6-12 P.M. walls. Equity and assume pay.menls. JOB BUY
same location. Turn East at Call FR 4-2155 after 7 Bt/G MOTOR CO. -
2 Bedroom trailer 42 with aluminum
'4 Household Goods post office S blks. Frank Dicker.son. cabana. air p.m.

Orange, Lake Marine, Boat shady lot. pool. Town conditioned.& Country EXTRA clean cars. $95 to $55. .0 Cadillac Oldsmobile (
Works highway 441 P. O. Box
TAG APPLIANCES 221. Orange Lake. Fla. Lot Go!, Ph. FR 6-9606. day 50-50 guarantee. No down 2001 NW 13th St.VOLKSWAGEN. $3995At 61 Chevrolet NOW LOCATED AT .
Tested and Guaranteed payment small weekly or monthly 4 door VI
'42 Refrigerators from $39 Ir p I Dkkerson's Boat Works new ply 19sa FLEETWOOD. 10 x 45 2 Bedroom payments. H&H Motors, 1636 automatictransmission
Ranges from S3* up wood boats boat painting and air-conditioner. $2500. Par. SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372374.
17 Washers from Si* upS repairing. Reasonable prices. _adise Trailer Court. FR 23270. 2001 N.W. 13th
Dryers from s.t u. Next to Varnon's Discount, House ALL aluminum trailer. I x 36. i 2 ADO fun to driving with a 1960
2 Food-Freezers from ftf vp rn 441 Orange Lake. Fla. BR, excellent condition Inside ant Alpine Roadster. wire wheels
2 Dishwashers from Soft up out. Price $1.395. Phone 481-2627 tonneau white wall tirn new red HAWESPOWERSBODY
10 TV Sets from S3S up 10 ft. aluminum' fishing boat with Hawthorne. paint lob. Call 374-7824 and enjoy
JIM VOYLES APPUANCE CO. 7V h.p. motor and 1-man loader drIving this summer. SHOP
.lf NW > cartoe carrier. 372-4172 see at 12 WIDE IS HERE I CADILLAC
Ith Av .f h. 371-5303 211$ NE 13th St. S* Impala H.T. coupe. ps. radio 611 S.W. 3rd St.

FULL SIZE crib, SIt General Electric 4820 NW 13th St.. 441 N & heater A.T.. 4 new tires.-.Sldewills. FR 2-0538
refrigerator. 140. Call 3725108. BOAT & TRAILER FOR SALE Solld.whlte Contact L. H. 4 door $995
$65. Phone 376-2734. Derrick, 110 S. Main 8 A.M. to 61 Comet 63 Sedan de yule
FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES, 5.30 PM. MILLER- 61 Comet. 4 door $1095 ,
2$ pair pleated dr.pes..o x"". INC. 2 door $1195 $4995
with hooks. Fit sing), window. '61 BUICK convertible, excellent BROWN 62 Falcon factory air . . .
Good condition. -S2JO pro Bambi 72 Office Equipment I I NOW FRI. SAT. SUN. ONLYI condition an power phone .- AUnoo..n. FULL SIZE 61 Falcon, 4 door $995
Motel. New 55- xV 3 Bedroom 4481. See 15 S.W. 3rd Ave. 1030 E. Univ. ." 64 Comet convert. $2895 62 Sedan de ville, .

66 Mtc .For Sale. PRICES SLASHEDEverything 441 Small North down payment- &372-51U$64,2; 1963 Volvo 4 door radio & seat- FR 2-3582 FORD 58 DtSoto. 2 door $395 factory air . . $3795
must gol Buy at less FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES telts. 21,000 miles. $1700. Phone 63 English Ford .
FREEZER, CHEST TYPE. Guar- then wholesale. Adding machInes GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 3744021 5 It 7 P.M. 64 E. Ford Cortina $1895 62 Sedan, '

anteed. Can deliver. SS7.M. ; calculators; typewriters; 2 DAYS ONLY. $150 down. 55'xlO VW Camper '61, $1450. Can be fi- FOR THE CORRECT 60 Falcon . :. $695 $3495
Refrigerator service In your cash registers; check writers. all 3 BR used. FEDERAL QUALITY: nanced. Will I consider older CUSTOM 61 Fiat 1100 Sedan factory air . . .
horn. makes electric and manual; offiCe small car In trade. Ph. 3744314 TIME
service charge
on re HOMES INc.. 2117 Temple Ave.. .
$195 61 Convertible
pairs. Wanted refrigerators and I chairs; secretarial desks. _'644061 Starka. Fla.' after 5:00 weekdays. 2-DOOR 55 Ford wagon ,
freezers neadino repel FR 2-330. FR 9-Om or FR 2-21M evenings. 57 FORD, 2 T b I d FR 2-1411 61 Ford Golaxie 52995
40 ft. Howard New 2 bedroom dr. r air .
$v mites paint.
out factory
Newberry . .
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna on left hand side.f excellent condition. $1,700.\ V... radio & heater, Ferdoma- $2096.00 4 door .. ., $1495 .
Double stack complete. Noth Ii E CHECK PROTECTOR, Call 374-3410. tte good tires. 1518 NW 4th Ave. Courtesy Of 59 Ford 4 door $495 61 Sedan de ville,
Apt. F. 372-1384.
ing else to buy SIS. Brants.5U $2995
NOW this week only M'xlO', University ChevroletN. 56 Ford station wagon
N.W. Sth ten-key adding machine -
hand operated. good condItion dining rm.. 2 BR, sm. Dn. Pay't. 62 Ford Falcon 4 dr., deluxe FAIRLANE 60 Merc. Monterey $995 factory air . . .
down Main St. .t 16th Ave
nothing assume payments.Phone ,
$25. Bambi Motel only $6423 mo. FEDERAL
low as 5$. No money QUALITY HOMES. INC.. 2117 3744547. 2-DQOR 63 M.rcuryBrees..a 60 Fleetwood,
down low as S5 per month. 73 Musical Merchandise Temple Ave. (301), Static, Fla. 1958 OLDSMOBILF power steering $2850. $2595
Free estimates pickup and delivery 64-4061.. and brakes. R & H. New 63 Olds 4 door factory air . .
service. All work guaran- tires. Extra clean. Death In family $1996.00SHAW 404 '$1995
teed. NOW this week ONLY 60 Sedan
Phone 374-7784. Roulerson
forces sale. FR 2542 or see ,
Americas No. 1 piano and New 55' x 10 2 Bedroom I $
TRADE your costly to operate organs are at Earl's Piano Co. SOME WITH IV* bath at 11* N.W. 11th Street. Motors : factory air . . .
ELECTRIC water heater. and evcluslve Wurlit- Small down payment & $62.54 REPOSSESSION Must sell at &
S48 for a new glasslined GAS zer Dealer 702 W. University 441 North :372.5113 sacrifice price of $1890. 144 Fal- 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
I water heater. Much more hot Ave. Phone 372-2322. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES con, 2-door sedan auto trans. R KEETER $1995
water at about half the cost with Gainesville, Fla. .. H, Hone paint. Call Roger at 60 Sedan >
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE ELECTRIC Harmony guitar 3 pickup 372-5285 . . .. '.
ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. very good condition, case 376-2511. Home of A-1 516 S. MAIN ST.
Used Cars
and cord .Included; S80. Phone FINANCE company & bank repossessions 238 E. Univ. Ave. 59 Sedan de yule, ,
ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. Iam 322-4119. 83 Motorcycles & ScootersMUSTANG cars stored at 4431 NW CARS TRUCKS JEEPS FR 6-5371 $1995'
back at old stand, 914 W. -TRUCK LOAD very fine factory 4th St. Financing available some Oeea Sunday JUS p.m. : factory air . . .
University Ave. I buy. sell and rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR. Special, model I, perfect already financed. 59 Chevrolet 4
trade. 1st class. repairs as al ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC condition must be seen to dr. $595; 60 Flat, new motor runs -- 59 Fleetwood,
be appreciated $249. 1624 N. W. ---- -- -- -
ways. perfect. $295 58 Mercury. 2 dr. 51995
STORE 112 SE First St. Ph. ;
12th St. Ph. 376-6974. factory air . . .
I $200 wedding gown selling for $60. FR 4-S931. hardtop. $295 51 Ford 9. passenger ,
1962 CRUISER for sale Is. First wagon, power steering automatic
Full length satin. Size 12. Call as
, Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon, USED ORGANS offer takes. Phone FR 2-8238. radio & heater. $495. 51 57 Fleetwood, $
t. 372-0030. Wurlltzer Spinet like new. J52S. Chevrolet wagon V-8 automatic 895
Hammond Spinet. perfect. $795. 1960 Norton. 600 cc recent ever radio and heater. $495 Two factory air . . .
SILVERTONE stereo AM-FM radio Grldley Music Co. haul. excellent condition; $575. 54 Chevrolets. take your choice
console. $150. Also Motorola portable Gainesville Shopping Center Phone 376-4758 after 5:00 P.M. $95: 56 Pontiac convertible $295; 56 Coupe de yule, $445OLDSMOBILE
T.V. $40. Phone 37 567. FR 25353 54 Ford Fairlane, automatic transmission
clean $225; 51 Cadillac factory air . . .
REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Z a gmakes UPRIGHT Piano good concJition.1 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR
$145; 55 Chevrolet wagon $295;
decorative stitches appli S12S. Selma Clarinet, used 2
58 Ford. 4 dr. Fairlane 500 V-8
que, buttonholes. monograms etc. school terms. S9S. Call FR 4-2524
Only $47.20. payments S450 per or 4-6710 CONDITIONING. Tune up automatic. rsidio heater, runs
Special S2JO for performancetest. perfect. $495; 55 Chevrolet. 4 dr.
mo. Hi W. Univ. FR 4-1075.
All makes and models. straight drive, $245. Finance man
T-V antennas $4 single stack, $8 Automotive Hawes Powers Motor Co. Air on premises 4431 NW oils St.
double stack. S1495 complete kit. Conditioning Servicing C. n tel'. Phone 372-0005. Ask for Pete 62 98 hardtop sedan
Jim Voyles. 41f NW Ith Ave. 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- Compton. 52595

DISCONTINUED$ MURALS 2561. factory air . . .
Complete set $l'.$$. WYATT- SPECIAL auto painting J2995. Au- 751 4 door CHEVROLET. $125 2
HARPER PAINT CO. tomotive repairs and tune-up. new tires, new starter new bat- 61 88 super,
.. tery. Runs. Phone 374-0928. 51895
IB S.W. 7th St. 372-4364. Miller Sons. 732 NW 1st St.
Phone 372-7915. hardtop sedan . .
1950 4-dr. PACKARD
Si Buick Sabre, 14 boat with Gator Trailer SalesHome ; $90.
trailer .. 35 h.p. Mercury 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Phone 376-9687 for in- 61 98 hardtop sedan,
motor. Sell the above or trade of formation. 51995
for land. Phone 374-2877. Pacemaker Mobile Homes factory air . . .
Shasta and Alrstream CHEVROLET 58 Station Wagon HERE is the one you've been
, AIR CONDITIONER: 161 Vornado Travel Trailers I Brookwood Model auto.. R H. looking for. By private owner 60 98 hardtop sedan
Mighty Mite. 7.007 BTU, 115 Ocala's First Mobile Home new tires, extra clean, low mil- 1955 Plymouth R .. H. A.T. 2 51595
volt operation $100. Excellent Dealer Since 14S age. Price $795. FR 4-0523. new tires, good mechanical' condition factory air . . .
condition. Ph. 372-5433. 123 Sliver Springs Blvd. CORVAIR first $300 cash. Phone
-NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers I Phone 42V-115S with radio.Monn.63 heater, white equipped sidewall 374-928. \ jUYS4 59 88 super hardtop
edgers. tampers, light Ocala. Fla. i tires. 8,000 actual miles. '62 VOLKSWAGEN In excellent condition : 51095
I plants cable. Wisconsin. Brlggs WE BUY Assume payments, small equi win extras $150 and as- sedan . . . .
& Stratton new and used motors. ty. Will consider older car for sums payments. Phone FR 4-3512. :
Rental sales and service. USED MOBILE HOMESTop equity. Call owner at 372-8441 59 hardtop,
I Meyers Power Tools. 239 NE ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. 51195
16th Ave. Phone 374-3411.' dollar paid phone 3744571. air conditioning .
I .
CORVAIR, coupe, at ...... S99S 86 SWAP CARS
BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted NOW SHOWING 63 COMET .................. 1.395
t sallflsh. 32". By At Pfleguer. 2 144 MOBILE HOMES all Floor 61 RENAULT ........,....... $495
Miami Fla. Only 116$. The Tackle Plans.and Terms 3 bedrooms tailored to meet 63 RENAULT .n.............. $795 WILL trade 157 Oldsmobile 88 In 59 . 51095
I' Bow 1490 Hawthorne Rd. your budget. Drive a little and 44 FIAT. 400 ml. ............ $995 excellent condition. with premium hardtop coupe
GOOD HEARING Is one of your save a lot at 62 FORD Galaxie ._........ $1,495 tires. for Jeep In like con- 58 88 hardtop
most valuable ....t.. Don't neglect CONNOLLYMobile Phone 372-3407 or FR 20245. dition. Phone 2441 Cedar Key. super : $795

It. Visit Gainesville HearingAid Home Sales Inc. MGA 1958 Top condition, like coupe . . . .
Co. Today. 620 North MainSt. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 new Interior. Call. FR 2-3054 after 87 Automobiles Wonter
f Phone FR 4-005. Phone 422-8144 7:30 P.M.

SINGER condition.FEATHERWEIGHTGood sold new $14. Closed SundaysIT'S CLEAN Coupe.61 radio Chev.heater Impala Sports CARS WANTED 150-54 Fords 58 98 convertible . $59 5
FOOLISHto sidewalls
.. Chevrolets. Al Herndon Servo
$68 or $7 per mo. pay more. RECKLESS to Ph. FR, power 2-3945.steering, auto trans. ice Station '14 SE 4th St. 58 98 sedan,

Its W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075 pay less. GET THE REAL AUARAEED $795
FACTS. Payments low as DEATH In family. Must sell '59 air conditioned . .
E-ICYCLE.( 26". brand new has $57.2 per month with $300 down. SIMCA SEDAN also '62 SUN ADVERTISE IN THE
,. been in storage made In Eng. LAKE GENEVA BEAM ALPINE ROADSTER and SERVICE DIRECTORY 57 88 sedan,
Real buy at $40. Call 374-0002 '48 FORD. See at 2818 NE 12th $395
1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt B. Mobile Homes Sales St. air conditioned . .
I DUE TO DIVORCE 1963 Oldsmobile'Jetfire hard- 56 98 hardtop sedan
, I have a Singer Zig Zag that 5295
tt Is a good policy to do businessIn top coupe air conditioned
regies, ::.ncvon stitches buttons automatically makes your own community. You can 4 speed transmission. ,Caris air conditioned . .
depend on friends for top POOLE-GABLE
buttonholes darns, weaves. monograms parked
on City
service. 23 years In the mobile
r $7.40, etc.per month.Take up Very paymentsof small home business. See Bank parking lot. See Mr. 119 SE First Avt. BUICK

I balance. Call FR 22051. Foster or Mr. Johnson at 372-4343 AIR CONDITIONED SPECIALSTROPICALTPONTIAC
t BUT fS MOBILE HOMES the bonk.
Modern maple. S Dr. Chest. Obi
f Dresser. plate Mirror B.C. Bed. oday. Open A.M. to 8 P.M. Closes 1955 Oldsmobile Hol. Power steer- Lesabre sedan
Complete 7t.95 Sundays. Phone 374-8341. Ing Power brakes. Auto. Trans. 59 *1095CHEVROLET
Mattresses & Coil Springs 4.00 up Radio & Heater. After 5 week GAINESVILLE
, Gold color wing chair 500 days. $250. FR 4-2270. air ... .ree--:;,
r 144, 4 door, air conditioned. Chevrolet 59 Lesabre
104 208' Lot for mobile home. coupe,
BOWLING: ball I bag for sale $10. $1500 x 1 Mile S. ott Paynes II. Nova. Completely equip. 1007 N. Main St. $119 5
r 241$ NE 12th St. Prairie. For appointment call ped. Best lowest priced buy In Phone FR 2-6313 air conditioned . .
rOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks, 30 FR 4-3052. town.5032 Call FR .-..50 days. 372- Northcentral Florida's
gal. with gas heater attached also
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete BELIEVE IT 1962 FORD Galaxie 500 XL converltible Largest
with gauges. Inquire Lewis loaded. Exceptionally clean. Independent Dealer Choice of 4-1964 Air Conditioned Company Cars
Jewelry Co.FRIGIDAIRE. OR NOTSave Price $2095. Phone 372-2789.

air conditioner, 1 ton $400. 10 x 46 2 BR furnished -
110 volts 165) crib & Kantwet only $315. S3S0. 0 down. AT BIG DISCOUNTS $2195
mattress $20i oak office desk. $540 per month. It II
$15. 376-2136. Over 50 models to choose from RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. 63 Impala sedan . .

Now Dresses.Specializing Close out'In Ladles Buys. Sizes Better I TRAILER MART USED AIR CONDITIONED CARSALL 63 Chev. II Nova, 1995

through 54. $3 Each. Exceptional HWY. 17 PHONE 328-1050 63 VW 63 RAMBLER
sedan . .
DISCOUNTS. 1' S.W. 1st Ave EAST PALATKA. FLORIDASEE Karman Chla, factory air con 550 4 door sedan automatictransmission '
. nue. dltlonlng radio heater, whitewalls radio, heater, airconditioned. $1195
us for MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES like new. Extra nice.
at the lowest rates.
. Everything must got Buy at less 450gal. 2195
SPECIAL-roof coating
than wholesale. Adding machines; $995

calculators) check) typewriters writers all cash makes registers 380 Town SW& Country Archer Trailer Rd. FR Sales 2-220 63 FORD NEW CAR, TRADE-INS 59 Impala hardtop sedan .

electric and manual office chairs EBERLINER house trailer for sale 63 CORVAIR Fatrlane 500. automatic transmission .
secretarial desks. FR 2-043 or 40 x 10" elec. refrig. gas range. radio & heater. $150
FR 22105 evenings. tv* miles out dbl. kitchen sinks, bath with shower 2 door. automatic transmission. 55 sedan . . . .
Newberry Rd.. sign on left hand 2 BR, fuel oil heater. Excellent 1895 1963 FordXL 1962 OldsmobileSUPER
side. condition. Carpeting. Set
F .. E CHECK PROTECTORTHE price $1700 with 20' aluminum 1695 88 4 dr. sedan. Metallic blue $50

best costs less. Broil with awning. 372-0110. > 62 FORD SPORT COUPE. Ivory point red interior white top automatic power steering & 54 . . . . .
your broiler door closed no 144 PALACE. 10 x 50. 2 bedrooms. automatic power steering power brakes radio heater & air conditioning.
smoke or fumes In your kitchen. Early American. $300 down. take 62 RAMBLER Galaxie 500 4 door hardtop. brakes, radio. heater air conditioning.
Call Fullgas. Your Phllgas DIs- over payments of $44.40. Ph. automatic transmission radio FORD
tributor. 374-532. 481-2474. Ambassador automatic trans heater power steering. $'> <>0
mission r.dlo.eater.,
COLDSPOT refrigerator. $40i 2 C x 40 blue and white. :3 rooms. power $ 2433
double maple beds $40 each) 1 full bath furnished airconditioner steering power brakes wide 1695 1988
electric apt. size stove. $25. Phone optional. Lot 07. Hillcrest bucket seats. Extra nice. 63 Falcon, $
374-8782. Trailer Court. Special. $17QI5

station . .
MAGNAVOX stereo console. Less 140 BELVED fc, lOx 51 2 BR. 1995 61 FALCON wagon '
than 1 yr. old) 2 fifteen Inch will sell r house. See sedan
Galaxie hardtop
beautiful ,rcldO:trailer. $
speakers) 30 watt amplifier at SE 72nc automatic transmission $1OQC
Must cabinet.sacrifice Sells because for $550 of travelIng new.- I 1 61 PONTIAC ,i wagon radio heater. Nice. 1962 Oldsmobile 1961 Pontiac air conditioned . .

lob. Call 37-58S1. CONNOLLYBest
I Bonneville station wagon automatic 51095 BONNEVILLE station wagon. Beige with $795
LACE floor length wedding dress F-85 deluxe 4 door sedan. White with
with hoop size *. $25. 3 Pink transmission radio heater saddle interior automatic power steering 60 Comet . . .
bridesmaid's dresses size f) $10each. Buys I power steering. power red interior automatic power steering & brakes radio heater & air con-
Phone 3T2-444. brakes. Beautiful car. & brakes., radio heater & air condition- ditioning.

2-35: mm Exakta cameras, lens & ing. CHRYSLER
BEDROOMS $1895 61 RAMBLERHeater.
accessories. Phone FR 4-4401 2

WESTINGHOUSE Launder mat 196255x10 . $3995
Extra Nice. $228800
washer $55) Westinghouse dryer 1959 45x10 front $198800
$30 both for $75. 2 girls bikes kitchen . $2895 61 FALCON 64 Crown I Imperial, 55295
$12.50 .... TV antenna 15) 24" 9d95
I window tan $25; good used toys. 195536x8 . $1495 (door heater. air conditioned . .
tools bargain leaving town, this 195635x8 ._. $1895
week. 1202 NW 42nd Ave. 195945x10. $845 61 Dodge $1395

*2-End tables. 1 coffee table. Dark new . $3495 60 BUICK station wagon . .
Walnut excellent condition $50. 1961 Ford
Phone 372-5514. 60 CHEVY transmission New Yorker
Electra. automatic I 59 coupe,
FOR ". lob well done feeling" SPECIAL Station wagon S passenger. radio. heater power SUBURBAN. Factory car, automatic COUNTRY SEDAN station vaaan.. White $1 095
clean carpets with Blue Lustre., 1959 ZIMMER automatic transmission radio steering power brakes. Sharp. steering & brakes radio heater, with blue interior, automatic power air conditioned .
Rent electric shampooer $1. Me- power
Danlell Furn. Co. 50'xlO'ONE heater and power steering. air conditioning & many ether extras. steering 6' brakes, radio heater & air 58 Imperial,

( GOLF. set of f Jack Burke by BEDROOM 1295 1495 List price new was $4200.00. conditioning. conditioned $895
air . .
McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must sell.. Wall to wall carpeting.liceploca. .

Call Ave.TREEZER.372-1002.. See at $04 S. Depot -, intercom sys- $1588 00 58 Plymouth, $395
tem. IVz baths beautifully $3288I960
chest type. Kelvlnatcr, decoratedthroughout. 60 RAMBLER 60 RAMBLERStation air conditioned . .
about 22 cubic ft. $100. Washing. 4 door sedan with heater. Nice I
machine. Westinghouse laundre .
mat. $75. Wards rotary cabinet I Priced at only car. wagon, radio
type sewing machine S2$. 21" tMe and heater. OTHERS'
type TV. $50, GE electric dryer : $4995 5895 I
almost new $125. Call FR 4.
1S14 or 66730.SIBERGLASS $995 ChevroletIMPALA 1961 OldsmobileSUPER

rod Shakespeare ONE BEDROOM 60 FALCON 5745
reel. $15) 3 piece mans Samsonite 4 dr. "d... Light blue & 88 4 dr. Holiday sedan. Automatic
58 Lincoln . .
195430x8 . $1595 DESOTOAutomatic coupe
luggage. good condition. $25;; 4 door with .heater.75O 59 Ivory automatic power steering, radio power steering fir brakes radio
movIe $20 S2i!I 195732x8 . $1795
S mm camera. transmission radio heater, fir air conditioning.
& .beater. conditioning.
protector $5 screen. Ph. 374 $200
195230x8 i. $1195 !heater power steering powerbrakes.

2355. 195327x8 . $1395 0" air conditioning. 1 60 Renault . . .

I UNDERWOOD$150. lust reworked electric .typewriter. In gout,i 195627x8 aircondition 59 Volkswagen owner. Nice. $138800I 1988MANY 60 Karmann-Ghia

$1995 $895 51195
condition. Fairly new. Call 374 Redo heater. i
2S41 after S PM. 195330x8 . $1595 coupe . . . .

...-. .......r.""' ...' ...... ....--0.......,..........."".... ...-....;.; 1QC1 3C.I _ lfI>9 895 I -
# BTU at only .... Has been vsed 195436x8 : : : : $1695 59 BUICK !

one season. Owner moving and 195428x8195929x8 . $995 Station wagon. automatic tra ,
must MIL Call 372-76. 59 PLYMOUTH mission radio, heater, rt p0w- Ford '
. $1695 er steering. 1959 ) )
SO"$20.Roll Phone Away 372-752.Bed used t months, 1951 30x8 . $1495 passenger radio. heater. 'AIRLANE 500 4 door ucI.... Green 6' OR INSTALL AN I r

1957 35x8 . $1995
$795 895 n40 heater. air
DANISH Sectional lamp. table MORE white. ..... .tic. AIR
195835x8 . $2995
chairs and etc. Can be seen coasditioniag.GOOD .
after *W AM FrMay. 3T2f S.W 196246x10 . $3495 .
6th Placa.i 195030x8195527x8 . $1495 CONDITIONER

-""AirlIne condition.walnut SfS.consol Large TV.win-EKcetlant . $1795 NO DOWN PAYMENT $78800. IN YOUR B & G MOTOR CO,

dew fan. fair cond. SIlo Phone

FR 4-OOSO after S. SPECIAL 59 Rambler . .$38 58 Ford . . .$32 PRESENT CAR.TO .

IHDS dresser.Eye Mahogany maple chest knee-hole and REAR 1963 EXPANDABLE 55x10 57 Srudeboker . 18 56 Ford SW . . 15 YSTROPICAL I CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE .

desk. Oak dresser and matching 56 Ford . . 21 57 Ford SW . . 23
wash stand. China cabinets. New 3 Bedrooms
walnut dinette table. Lamps cm. $4695 57 Studeboker SW 21 59 Rambler AM SW. 34 CHOOSE $19800

er household Items. Nearty-Nu 56 Rambler ... . 23 56 Qery . .. .29 FR 6-7515
Furniture Shoo. 316 N.W. ttn
Ave_FR t-an. plus .tio. ,

68 Articles Wanted ConnollyMobile RIDGWAY Motor
2001 13th St.
')O you have any_darkroom equipment Co.
gathering dust that you Home Soles FR 2-2583 220 NW 8TH AVE.
would like to donate er loan to 2 MILES SOUTH ON

the. Club Fledgling'Small Bochholl Items JHS apprecla-Ph3. ,- U. S. 441 27 301 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 GMC TRUCK CENTER-MG-AUSTI HEALY CLOSED SUNDAY

***. Contact Mr. Bryan f R Phone 629-7477 .

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26 Gainesville Sun Thursday, June 11, 1964. .

For Women- 'PROl\II ED DAY' ILUSG-LIfJ .'- ,

Enrollment Still OpenIn Ul HaHBKU.


Adult Craft ProgramAdults EqualSalary,

Equal Work Nuclear Breakthrough Citeffi

still may enroll in the School Mrs. Frank E. Philpott
Summer Recreation Craft s director of the program announced : WASHINGTON (AP-A new

Program at Gainesville H i g h yesterday.A law requiring equal pay for ifrtn Unrk mimt exist even if the cold.war were increasingly isolated island of man, but df man against nature.In He intended Johnson said, j

few openings in the Chil.dren's equal work goes into effect today By TOM WICKER ended today." wealth in the midst of mounting the midst of tension let us I"to call upon all the resourcesof
than 7 million
covering more *'
Bar Mitzvah also Summer available Art Mrs.Programare Phil- women under the Fair Labor WORCESTER Mass.President "Even if peace were to come misery. begin to chart a course toward this nation public and private

pott said. Standards Act Johnson said today that a to the nations," Johnson said, Johnson proposed that 1965, the possibilities of conquest ; to work with other nationsto

Both adults and children "But this doesn't mean all recently achieved "economic "ominous obstacles to man's efforts which has been designated "In which bypass the politics of the find new methods of improving

Slated AtFoundation may these women are going to get ternational Cooperation Year, cold war. the life of "
enroll on June 15, the starting breakthrough" meant that the to build a great world so- man. I
pay raises said a Labor Department should also become "The Year
date for both programs. They spokesman. "We don't "long promised day of econom- ciety" would remain.. of Science." 4
end on July 24-
know how many of these women ical nuclear power is close at "Those who live in the emerg- "I
to dedicate this
The crafts to propose
program open "
may be making less than men. hand. "ng community of nations will
adults and teenagers includes year to finding new techniquesfor ,
Mark Julian Proctor son of I The law the Equal Pay Act of
Proctor :ndividual instructions in leath The resulting new technologyhe ignore the problems of their making man's knowledgeserve 332 N, MAIN ST. | >HQN37 T291
Dr. and Mrs. I
1963 aends the Fair Labor
neighbors at the risk of their man's he
welfare said.
be Mitzvah tomorrow ercraft ", metal enamelling said, "now being applied in Members New Tprfc Stock Exchange
will Bar "
Standards Act and forbids
employers own prosperity he said.
I silver They "Let it be a turning point in the
evening at 8 o'clock at the work woodcarving, stone setting,, basketryand from discriminating in the United States will be avail- would become he warned "An struggle-not of man against Robert W Kuhn Harry S, Myle$

BNai B'rith Hillel Foundation i able to the world."
other miscellaneous crafts wages solely on the basis of sex.
16 NW 18th St. Rabbi Simion I It to too although '
applies men -
Kobrinetz will officiate at the Crafts shop hours are from Johnson gave no details of the"breakthrough" ,
the Labor *
Departmentsaid ITS
8:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday FOR
services with Mark assisting. it "was designed primarily in a commence-
through Friday and 7-9:30: pin !
Following services the par Tuesday and Thursday. Parti- to protect'women from discrim- ment speech at Holy Cross Col-

ents of the Bar Mitzvah will be cipants may select their own inatory pay practices." lege. But by Sept. 1, he said he

Shabbat in Some stiff penalties are would report to the third international
hosts at an Oneg times to work in the shop. pro-

honor of their son. The openings in the Chil vided, including fines up to $10,- Conference on the

dren's Art Program are in the 000 and possible imprisonment Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy"on

Saturday morning services group which meets from 2:30- on a second offense., Back salary our new capability to use I
will be held at 9:30: at B'Nai be collected 'the power of the atom to meet II
3:25 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. can as unpaid
SW 2nd "
Israel ]human needs.
Synagogue This program is open onlyto wages if in violation of the law,
2nd Terrace.
and SW
Place Mark will be called to the children of ages 10 through and the secretary of labor has These remarks were part of

Torah and will chant the Haf 12.There the power to bring suit for back an address in which the President -

torah. Rabbi Kobrinetz will officiate is a registration fee of pay at the written. request of an I: warned that "many of our, I

and will deliver the $4 for each of the programs. Additional employe. I most: urgent problems' would i

to the Bar Mitzvah.Also< information may be (:11 ET
charge SundayJune I
obtained by calling Mrs. Phil-
assisting with the service will
pott at GHS.
be Pincus Gross Jules Pugachand o bake

following ser, IN PROBATE.IN .
RE: Estate of
and Mrs. Proctor wilfbe c 4k.

hosts at a Kiddush'luncheon All Deceased.To Creditors. and Persons Having GOOD'THRU SATURDAY JUNE 13, 1964 I GIVE DADA
at the Holiday Inn. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate ,
; 3
You and each of you are hereby notIfied -
Among the out of town guests and required to present any claims $100 SUIT! IN
will be Mark's grandparents and demands which you or either of 5 DOZEN ;
you.' may have against the estate of
Mrs. Morris Rubin of Atlanta Louis Jacob Bu-khim, deceased late of I i
Proctor from aid County to the County Judge of COOKIES GIVE HIM A
Ga., and Jack Alachua County. Florida, at his officeIn
the court house of said County at
Jacksonville. Gainesville Florida within six calendar (1(I Dox. Each of 5 Varieties) .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA months from the time of the first pub- \ BOTANY 500"THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND cation of this notice. Each claim or We specialize In Decorated Cakes and Party Goods .
FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN demand shall be in writing and shall
CHANCERY. state the place of residence and post r :1 FINEST SUIT '
MARY LUCILLE COLEMAN office address of the claimant and shallbe O-sue
Plaintiff sworn to by the claimant his or her o
vs. gent, his or her attorney and any BAKESHOP AT THE PRICE! I I.c
COLEMAN. such claim or demand not so filed shall
be void. \
NOTICE OF SUIT As administrator of the Estate of > "
Joe Coleman As executor of the Last Will and ...:: I
Mt. Pleasant. Texas LOUIS Deceased.JACOB BURKHIM Open 7 am.7 p.m. Daily-Friday 'Til 8 p.m. sy

AND Box 171 First publication June 11"1944 OF SUCCESS. NAVY
Post Office 3420) MED.
6:11. 1. 25; 7:2
'Uu Pittsburgh.___ .._._.Texas;.;..... that !llllt .
"'' '
.bra Divorce and Child Custody has GREY, CHARCOAL BROWN.
been filed against! YOU u a Defendant I
by Mary Lucille Coleman as Plaintiff OPEN 'TIL 9 '
In the above Styled Court and Cause yam. k REGULARS, LONGS & SHORTS frt
end you are required to file your
Answer to the Complaint as filed therein '
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In TONIGHT 50% DACRON, 50% WOOL ft -
end for Alachua County In Chancery, I I I
Courthouse GainesvHIe. Florida, and
serve a copy thereof upon said Plaintiff's SUMMER WEIGHT
Attorney. Barton T. Douglas 103 North MAKE
Main Street Post Office Box 415, Gainesville -
Florida on or before July 13 BIG & LITTLE SISTER "BOTANY 500" SUITS
1964; and if you fall to do so a Decree
Pro Confesso will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Complaint SHORTS or JAMAICA Y
and Parte.thereafter said Cause shall proceedEx I + : j 65.00 FAMOUS

Witness my hand and seal of said I
Court this Ith day of June. A.D., 1964 2-PIECE SETS MAKE
at Gainesville. Florida.J. .

B..CarmichaelClerk. Circuit Court Eighth 3-6x, ORIG. 3.99-4.99 [(EXCLUSIVELY i
Judicial Circuit .In and For
Alachua County Florida 'In YOURS ATWILSON'S
Chancery ;
(Court Seal)
By: Emily Waterhous SALE 2.99 )
(3418) <:11. 18. Ml 7:2_

-v-LOAN ASSOCIATION Plaintiff SALE 3.99 : FOR GIFTS ; 'i Solids Stripes

ELROY. his wife, and GLENN S.I : .-' -' & Neat Patterns

Wife. MORTGAGE Defendants.FORECLOSURE I in Special.'Purchase' REG. 2.503.50FaMaus

Amy E. Brown It Ii Big & Litle Sister's eT
Whose Resident and Post Office e i SLEEVED f
Address is Unknown }

AND Lonni. McElroy and fIi i1\ A-LINE SHIFTS OR ( { fitI

Ella E. McElroy his wife c } j

Whose Address Residence is unknown and PostOHice 1 Cottons. Dacron/Cottons TAPEREDOXFORDRADITIONAL f 7 SOLID

You a.e hereby notified that HART- k '
ASSOCIATION has filed Its sworn Complaint COLORS
In the Circuit Court of Alachua 1 '
County. Florida, against you seeking 3-6x & 7-14, COLLAR #i 4 ( \
the foreclosure of
that certain mortgage OR SMART
recorded in Official Records Book US. OR TAB STYLES
Page 548 of the Public Records of I ThT.rSPECIAL 1.99
Alachua County. Florida covering the STRIPES
following described property to wit MEN'SDRESS 'k ,
Lots Thirty-Seven (37) and Thirty- I .lxi
Eight (31) of Block "C". Oak Hill I { L SOME
Little Girl's
Subdivision as oar plat recorded & ''
In Plat Book "A". Page 16* of the J :.
Public Florida.Records of Alachua County. SHIRTS I FANCIES.

Your are further notified that the i Girl's Shop5"'FloorYOUNG
return day of this Notice to Defend
Is June It, 1964 and you shall on or
before said date serve a copy of your Orig. 2.99-3.99
defense. If any, upon Lowry & Andrews.
Attorneys for Plaintiff whose address
Is P. 0. Box 390. Gainesville. Florida
and Immediately thereafter file the original SALE 2.59; 2 FOR 5.00
of same In the office of the Clerk '
rf the Circuit Court of the above styled JR. .
Court otherwise a Decree Pro Con- ..
fesso will be entered against you. I' t
WITNESS one of the Honorable Cir YOUNG JRS.
cult Judges of the Eighth Judicial t 7 TO 13 SPECIAL
Circuit of Florida as well as the I
Clerk of the Circuit Court on this 74th THE PRACTICAL GIFT
day of May. A.D. 1944. ARNELSKIRT "
By: Emily Wtterhouse
u Deputy Clerk & BLOUSE FOR FATHER
(Court Seal) \
3349)) 5:a. 4:4. 11. 1i \ SKIRT'

corporation illustration.


Defendants. V-NECK, SLEEVELESS fiB
Blouse is figured;
FLORIDA STATE OF SALE 2.59 ---" ''"' '"
TO: Robert E. Hutchinson and wife. skirt solid color. 8.99 -j:;;;>;'.- ,"7 -'''.'-'''; : -,
Karen : : "
Hutchinson : -' 1pp'-h ;"
Residence Unknowns 2FOR5.00
i.You' iir'vherebY notified that a suit ; \ 'H >
*"'l'y..hM been brought against you I y ( ,. ,

by ASSOCIATION.FEDERAL NATIONA a COi1Ioratlon MORTGAGE In the I j Junior's Floor s .1.
Circuit Court Eighth Judicial CIrcuit. In Young ShopStreet .
for Alachua County. Florida, and I BOYS'POLOS > '. 1w .
toll are hereby "'
summoned entered and I ff ..' i
required to file
your written
answer g '
or I
defenses to the Complaint filed herein ) \- r
>alnst you In the above causal AC : I
In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit SIZE 3-8 LITTLE BOYS' 2 PIECE

o Gainesville.Court da. In'n his and office Florida for Alecbua In on the or Courthouse County Defers Flori-the In ; '( SWIM WEAR SETS SIZE 8 TO 16

14th day of July. A.Co 1966, SOLID
trvt upon a copy Gray.of such answer or defenses to- t' (SWIM TRUNKS (red or blue) SWIM JACKET in white ,} OR
Avera Plaintiffs OTNeaC henIn. Carlisle -. with red or blue trim.) STRIPES & PATTERNS.
whose address Is aSox .
P. ,
4c U
Gainesville. Florida, on or before said REG. 2.99 SALE 2.29 SET "x M .
date al required by the laws WHITE
01 Florida. OR COLORED
If you fail to do Decree ''r
Confesso entered
will be
for the relief you fit
demanded in the Complaint. GROUNDS.
You are further. notified that the natu OUR OWN "BUCK NOBLE'BOYS'
of said. suit J? a mortgage fwecIosu tIt .
U hereby ordered that this order .
and notice shall BRIEFS
IlUblbIIed ?Ca a ORIG. 1.99-2.99 -
week for four consecutive weeks In the ;

Gainesville tithed In Gainesville Dally Sun, a AlachuV newspaper County pub I I COMBED COTTON. UNCONDITIONALLY f E l ;p.<-,

Florida in Alachua and having County.a Florida.general circulation GUARANTEED. SIZES 2 TO 8. ,r" SALE. 1.59 .:

WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the i. / lit> aryih
. laid Circuit Court of Alachua County! v :r > ... :
SALE / -
Florida and the seal of the Mid Court REG. 49c ea. 3/1.17 : 2 FOR 3.00
at Gainesville. AlacNia County Florida,
.'. en this fits J.day B.of Carmichael June A.D.,Clerk"*.. BROWN OR BLACK 1:4.99A: TO D WIDTHS

.- By Deputy: Emily Clerk Waterhous -- Little Ioy7s Slop Street Floor Street Floor Fioolr
(Court Seal) Btys': SH- Men's Shoes-5"
(1417), .1U II, 25; 7.1t

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