Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Big Push On Showers do die'

For HousingCode ,. (Details Page2TNEWSSTAND auiizrn: E tot




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By JEAN CARVER board discussed site selections
Sun Staff Writer studied by architects Myrl

A "big push" effort toward Hanes, David Reaves and Dan

I passage of the housing code Branch and the planning de
partment. Scranton Enters Race
was endorsed last night by the
They asked that the city hall
1 City Plan Board. considerations be made in ex-

V "This should be moved as ecutive session because of the

1 J nearly_to the top of the plan- (See PUSH on Page 2))

I l ning department's agenda as
( possible," plan board member Ends GOP InactionAt
fi John DeGrove said. "The time .

J is ready to move this.

Chairman Arnold Butt asked 4
) for a brief review of previous : T N J Maryland Meet :

, plan board action, suggesting {
; that the planning director study
the code as it was referred back 4 I fti f BALTIMORE ,
t Md. (AP- the Republican party today
I to the board by the city c o m- xy F Gov. William i
W. Scranton of
stands equally dedicated to pre-
j mission so that the code can be :: Pennsylvania today announced serving this nation from the I
[ sent back to the commission
as his candidacy for the Republican dry-rot of phony liberalism or '
soon as possible. aa
presidential nomination "to the slow death of blind react
j Butt suggested that God- j
offer choice. "
our party a tion, he said.Scranton .
I schalk include studying the use
of off-duty firemen to make inspections + q The 46-year-old governor and took note of what he I

>. called for in the proposed former congressman has been termed a pretention of some 1
f code.Godschalk. saying for almost a year that that the choice of a candidatehas J
1 he would "sincere already been made before ,
added that he accept only a
J wrote for specifications from and honest draft. the convention in San Francisco -

i the Federal Housing Authority :
In an llth-hour speech arranged "
to minimum "I say, he continued, "that
compare requirements -
' with those included in : only Thursday night for we are going to San Franciscoto

.f the proposed code and "wedon't the Republican State Conven- hold a convention, not a cor-
' 4 tion of Maryland, Scranton de-
do." ask for more than they !, ,. clared the Republican party "is (See SCRANTON on Page 2)Ei'hard
4 in danger if we let an exclusion-
Butt also asked ,
I' minded minority dominate our
revise the two copies of the
: t platform and choose our candi-
proposed code at the Gaines- 'yt dates."
# ,
ville Library so all the changesare r { fd
included since the latest "I have come here to offer

II draft was prepared. { R4. 'r.Y our party choice. I reject the

In other action last night the _.-. _-...,-..-...___ w."" ___.....--.r.. ...,.... ...., "'* ;J .F .__'... W'.l'r: # y__.....___ echo we have thus far been JohnsonTo
J handed, the echo of fear, or reaction -
State Prison Farm Manager Lucian Conner was killed this morning when his truck (foreground) was involved in the echo from the never-
a collision near Starke. (Photo by Tommy Lewis).
land that nation
never puts our
backward to a lesser place in TalkNew

Churcli-to-Bar the world of free men," he
Distance Prison Farm said.
Mgr. Scranton's announcement puts Treaty

f Requirement to Stand him in direct opposition to Sen.
Barry Goldwater, considered by i Main Concern

f No changes in the city's bev- "We could have a consider- many political experts to have '

erage ordinance governing distances able number of lawsuits like the Killed in AccidentSTARKE the GOP nomination virtually WASHINGTON (APChan) -

I between churches and SAE suit on our hands if we sewed up. tenor Ludwig Erhard of West

f liquor stores will be recom change," Dr. Alan Delaney The Pennsylvania governor Germany flew into Washington
.. mended to the City Commis- noted. joins a field of candidates in- today to review the German and

. sion by the City Plan Board. State Prison pitalized and apparently escaped cluding Gov. Nelson A. Rocke- Berlin problems with President

f The decision last night was The plan board's recommen- Farm Manager Lucian Con- Brother Of injury. feller of New York, Sen. Mar- Johnson in the light of the Soviet -
dation came after a delegationfrom 42 brother of Commissioner East German friendshippact
unanimous after considering a ner, garet Chase Smith of Maine and
report by Plan Director David the First Baptist Church of Agriculture Doyle Conner, Officers of the Florida High- former Minnesota Gov. HaroldE. announced in Moscow ear-
\ Godschalk. asked for a restudy of the was killed about 8 a.m. today in Doyle Conner way Patrol withheld details of Stassen. lier today.

I "In a nutshell, if the distance church-to-bar distance regula- a two-car smash-up at the in- the accident, pending a full in- Scranton's speech ran 20 Erhard declined immediate

requirement is changed it's tions. tersection of SR-225 and SR-229, vestigation. minutes. comment on the pact, saying "I

going to make several license Last night's action upheld the six miles west' of here. des County Board of Education Conner was born in Starke on "Can we in good conscience must see the text first. I cannot

holders non conforming users," plan board's original recommen- Conner, who was driving to incurred serious head and chest Oct. 18, 1921, son of Mr. and turn our backs on the centuryold make a political comment knowing -

Godschalk explained.He dations in the ordinance prepared work and alone in his car, was injuries, and after emergency Mrs. James Leon Conner. He progressive history of our only what the headlinessay.

said any change in the ordinance late last summer that the rushed to Bradford County Hos- treatment at the Bradford Hos- was in the insurance businessfor party?" Scranton asked. ."

affecting any of the cur- distance be measured from the pital but pronounced dead on pital was transferred to the a number of years, both here "You and I know we cannot Responding to the welcome

rent liquor' license holders could front door of the church to the arrival.A Medical Center in Gainesville. and in Miami, and on Jan. 15, "I believe that as membersof extended at Andrews Air Force
make it difficult for them to re- front door of the bar in the other Driver of that Charles T. Base
or pack- passenger car, car, 1955, was employed at the state a party more than 100 years by Undersecretary of
new their licenses. age store. C. W. Thomas, 53, of Lake Park, Scarborough of 115 Oak Hill prison as an accountant.On old we have no right to sell out State W. Averell Harriman, Er-

Ga., an employee of the Lown- Drive, Palatka, was not hos- to the. modern expediencies of hard said of his upcoming talks
July 15, 1957, he was appointed with Johnson:
the easy answer, the fast draw,
'Alligator Alley'Okayed farm manager and in the quick solution." "We have no concrete decisions -

Foes Lose that position directed all agri- Scranton said the party he to make, but it is oppor-
Rights cultural activities at the prison.He represents was born in troubled tune to draw a balance and coordinate -

was married to the former times."I our positions.
by CourtTALLAHASSEE Miss Lucille Crosby and the Also on hand at the airportwas
say that the true spirit of
of father of a son, Douglas, 16. He German Foreign Minister
Hope ChangesWASHINGTON was member of Gerhard Schroeder who arrived
a the Pine Lc el I *
AP) The to build a highway in another. Baptist Church, the Starke Rotary Thursday and had two meetingswith
Supreme Court upheld 2. Whether
additional bonds, of
today the plan by Broward and issued after the first bonds were (AP) Southern they get only 20 to 30 votes. Club, the local post of the 'Fine,' SaysGoldivater Rusk.Secretary

Collier counties to build $17 retired in 1961, could legally ma- foes of the civil rights bill "This is bad legislation, and other American Legion, and several German diplomatic sources

million toll expressway across ture after 1963, the cutoff date have virtually abandoned hopeof w e are going to give those who organizations. said that, contrary to some reports -

the Everglades, linking Fort for such bonds. winning adoption of any ad- are pressing this cup to our the two foreign ministersdid
Lauderdale and Naples. ditional amendments of conse- lips a chance to make a rec- 9-Year-Old WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. not come to decision on
Under the any
agreement to build Goldwater welcomed the
ord, said Russell.A Barry
The decision the quence. what steps the two countries
upheld coun- the joint highway, Broward and of Gov. William
ties' plan to issue $17 million in Collier counties agreed to take Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- Southern filibuster againstthe W.expected Scranton entry of Pennsylvaniainto should take next.Specifically .

bonds, backed primarily by the up the slack in costs if the other Ga., leader of the Dixie forces, House-passed bill was shut NewberryBoy the for the these sources
tolls and then by 80 per cent county fell short. said today that the bill's sup- off Wednesday when the Senate race Republican said, there was no agreement on
of each county's share of the porters evidently are not going Toted 71 to 29 to put its debate- presidential nomination. a joint U.S.-German appeal fora
scondary gasoline tax refundedby In upholding this agreement, to take any more amend- limiting cloture rule into ef- DrownsNEWBERRY Goldwater, now the front run- four-power conference on the
the court said the ner for the nomination, said in German-Berlin issues.
the state for highway con- expresswaymust ments. fect. Under this each senator
be considered as a single A a statement that he agrees withScranton's This was one of the points
struction. This was confirmed by Sen. has only one hour to speak on nineyearold -
project rather than as separate thesis that "the dele- raised at the Rusk Schroeder
the bill and all amendments.The Newberry boy, Danny Gill, -
Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn.,
The toll road, dubbed "Alligator roads in each county. drowned about noon yesterday gates should have a choice." meeting, one authoritativesource
Alley" by its opponents, the bill's floor manager. He Senate acted on 16. when he and his seven-year-old And he expressed hope that, said, but explained it
would be two-lane Additionally, the court said, said in a separate interviewthat amendments Thursday, reject- '
a highway a brother, Doug, stepped off a whatever the outcome, the party was simply revival of the long-
few miles north of U.S. 41, a such advances in revenue must there might be some tech- ing all of those not acceptableto
ledge 50 to 100 feet from shore will quickly unite "as one forceto standing German proposal to '
two lane free highway. be considered as advances be- nical changes but nothing of the leadership. Humphreycalled
into eight feet of waier in Watermelon accomplish its true purpose- have a permanent group, prob- I
cause they would be repaid by substance."I it "a great day" that
Pond five miles to defeat Lyndon B. Johnson in ably on the deputy foreign minister
Alligator Alley would be 78 the continuing tolls. don't think we have much encouraged him to believe the *
south.A November.! level, to review the issues.
miles long, 27 miles in Broward
On the question of the second chance on any of our amend- bill might be passed even be-
and 51 in Collier.In .
County bond issue, if needed, the court ments," Russell said, but he fore the end of next week."I nearby fisherman, Darrell I

its decision, the State Supreme said the agreement was that added that the Southerners will think we will come' out of Martin, 20, of Newberry, heard
Court said it was charged such bonds could not mature continue to offer them to put this pretty much with the pack- the boys' sister scream for E. Germany USSRIn

"only with gauging the legalityof earlier than 1991. the Senate on record, even if age bill we now have," he said.Iing help when they went under. ,

the undertaking though conceivably Martin dove and found Doug,
a project might be as who was unconscious. Martin
Ill-advised as it is legal." revived the boy, using artificial Friendship PactMOSCOW
Goes to Court respiration, the Alachua
The legality of the bond issue County Sheriff's office said. -

was upheld firmly in a decision (AP) The Soviet soften the impact of the latest
written by Justice Elwyn Thomas Martin made 25 to 30 dives
had forewarned the
Union and East Germany signed treaty, gov-
and signed by Chief JusticeE. searching for Danny Gill, but a friendship treaty today but ernments of the United States
Harris Drew and Justices B. After could not find him, the sher- Britain and France.
avoided stirring up a major
Roberts Integration TryST. iff's office said.
K. Millard Caldwell He then wentto
crisis with the West by stopping The three Allied governments
And Richard Ervin. Newberry for help, and returned consulted the
short of a World War II peace on development,
State Supreme Court action is Police Officer Bill treaty. agreed the new pact was not to _
the final stage in bond issues in AUGUSTINE (AP) Dr. As King and the others were Bartley. Martin then found theboy's Premier Khrushchev said the be considered a peace treaty -

Florida. Martin Luther King Jr. and fellow Grand being arraigned in county court. body on the first dive. treaty would be an important and therefore created no new -::.
integrators were brought to Circuit Court Judge Howell Mel critical situation. -
The issue was challenged on The sheriff's office said theboys' contribution to "the peaceful ,
% the SU Johns County courthouse ton convened a to The Soviet his voice '
several grounds, mainly: Inquiry Beguner. jury parents are Mr. and Mrs. regulation of the German ques- premier, -
today for arraignment on charges investigate racial disturbancesin Jim S. Gill Sr. tion." hoarse from speaking, said the --
1. Whether the gasoline tax re from their St. the nation's would be -
stemming attemptto Augustine, to the treaty signed "in a
fund of one county could be used eat in a segregated restaurant oldest city (15 5). They said the boys and their His announcement couched in cautious pact few hours." .
"You teen-age sister had gone to He said it reflected the desire :'
are responsible only to
All three defendants pleaded terms. ..
Watermelon Pond in their moth- -
of Socialist states to work together .
the court Melton
told the 28
another innocent before County Judge But East German Communist -
the Rev.
King, Negro, er's car. The boys were wad- and provided for noninterference .
D. and Charles Mathes. grand jurors. "You need have no chief Walter Ulbricht, followingthe
WHERETO Raph Abernathy; a fear of ing in knee-deep water when in the affairs of one -
white man Boston University Bond was set at $300 on each King told anyone.newsmen he bad not they stepped off the ledge. Soviet leader on the dais at another. He spoke at a Soviet-
Chaplain William England, saidit of three charges trespassing a Kremlin meeting said the
FIlIT was hot in jail Thursday nightThey intent to breach the peace, and decided whether to make bond When Newberry police notified treaty provides that East Ger- the German Kremlin.friendship meeting in -
needed shaves. Saturday and go to Atlanta, his the sheriffs office of the drown-
conspiracy. A bearing was set and the Soviet Union will
"The unsettled :
Comics . . 6 King told newsmen he was not for the regular term of county home. He said that if he doesso ing, the mobile rescue unit regard isolated West Berlin as German question -
Classified .-. 13-15 taken anywhere Thursday night court beginning July 7. he will return to SL 'Augustine was sent. However, the youngster's "an independent political entity can absolutely unexpectedly -
Entertainment 7 no later than Tuesday. recovered be- provoke a catastrophe. If we
but remained body was
Obituaries . 2 was booked. This contradicted jail since he Attorney Earl Johnson representing '"We had to take him out for fore the unit arrived. which in no way is part of the want to avoid it, sooner or later .
a King and the other two his West German Federal Republicand statesmen will have to muster
Opinion Page . 4 own protection Davis said.
Sportt . .911Women's statement that by Sheriff L. L. Davis men said the bond was exces- "We may bring him back later Funeral arrangements are to which the competence of enough courage to appraise

. 5 where King was taken else-* sive and' he did not know whenor today. We've had some threats pending. The Harrison Funeral the West German Federal. Re- soberly the really existing situa
temporarily because of if they would_ seek release Home in Trenton is in public does not extend." tion," he said.

.,.. threats on the integration lead., on bond. (See RACIAL on Page 2) charge. The Kremlin, apparently to (See TREATY on Page 2) :



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.- More AboutTreaty'.. .
Mathews Committee Backs

= A Dramatic ExchangeIn \. '


St. Augustine From Page 1 Regent Board Amendment I ,.. c. .-.

ZONES ____...
"Formalization of the actually -. A Partly$ cloudy through Saturday
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A wide referendum held at the sponsibility of this to the Boardof scattered mostly$ afternoon and t .UuaSO
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) This'was the polite but dramatic existing situation that has al. evening thunder showers. Not much '\ \
legislative committee threw its time of the general election. If Control or anybody else. temperature
change. Low tonight 72 to
: dialogue yesterday when Dr. Martin Luther King confronted ready taken shape is the only 78. ,.. ._
High Saturday 88 to Variable -
'aM. \ IUCII
weight Thursday behind the approved, the amend me nt Two explosive matters were
point in This 10 to 18 mile winds. ..
: St. Augustine motel owner James Brock before King's arrest; question. would !':\ \
not demand proposed constitutional amend- would set up a nine-member given to a subcommittee for F \
: KING: "I and my friends have come to lunch." any sacrifices orlosses BeE F H I Scattered E \ G
from either side." ment to overhaul the governing board of 'regents to replace the study.
afternoon and ._...:...
: BROCK: "We can't serve you. We are not integrated. The Soviet Union, East Germany board of the state univer- present seven man board of One was a proposal by the. thunder showers early evening Sat- \- -;

:. KING: "We will wait around. We feel you should serve us." and the other Communist sity system. control as the governing bodyof University of Miami that the through toll. rIr\ .s:.
urday otherwise
fair. Low
: BROCK: "You are on private property. We reserve the countries have struggled and The Legislative Council Committee the university system. Terms state give direct financial assistance tonight \ I :

right to refuse service. I ask you on behalf of myself, my will struggle for a German on Higher Education would be nine years instead of to private universities. Saturday mainly in in 90s.low 70s Variable, high \... "i...J i

:. wife and my two children to leave." peace settlement and normalization -headed by Sen. John Mathews four years as at present. The other was a proposal by mostly east and southeast 5 .,

t KING: "We are sorry you have that attitude. You are doing of the situation in West of Jacksonville endorsed the The proposal has several Rep. Phil AshIer of Pensacolato to 12 mile winds. :\.J. 1

: a disservice to the nation." Berlin on this basis, he added.At proposal unanimously. Some of aims. Major ones are to keep expand the two-year junior ImMaaDGJMostIyfairthugh :

: BROCK: "We serve Negroes in the service area. That'swhere one point he digressed to the members indicated they members on the board for a colleges into full four year Saturday. <6
Low tonight In 70s. high Saturday i
: we serve all the tourists' maids and chauffeurs. accuse Communist China of would campaign for it. longer period after they become colleges.Dr. upper 80s along the beaches and 4

= KING: "Can't you see how this humiliates us?" wanting a world war in order to Florida's voters will be ask experienced, and to spread the Arthur Cunkle of the east 90 or to a 15 little mile winds.Inland. East and south-

BROCK: "Dr. King, I'd be happy to serve you on two spread communism but depending ed to approve the amendment appointments of a majority of Legislative Reference Service urday.K -Low Scattered tonight showers 75 to 80 through, high Saturday Sat GAINESVILLE WEATHER 4;

= conditions a federal court order or if a responsible group on the Soviet Union to win this November in the state- the board over two governor- told the committee that practically 88. East and southeast 10 to 15 Municipal Airport readings 1
of St. citizens asked to." mile wind.
Augustine me the
war. ship terms. no state has chosen to for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today:
=- those KING circumstances.: "We are glad" to know that you would do it under "When we have a chance we The committee endorsement' give direct financial aid to private TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE High Low Preci*. High 98 at o4.p.m., low 72 at

will use all our influence so Explosions came without extensive discussion institutions such as Miami Jacksonville 99 75 3 a.m. No rainfall.ALMANAC.
: BROCK: "Look, we are a small business. We are caught there will be no war," Khru- Miami 84 80
at called for the
a meeting proposed. But 14 have given in- Tampa '2
in the middle of something, between two armed camps. If shchev dedared. Boston 78 7a ............ 7:31
committee to hear direct aid Sunset today p.m.
parent reports through loans and
I : I serve you, my business would be hurt_ badly hurt." "A man would have to be in- Fire RocksS. Atlanta '5 73 Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:28 I.m.
on subcommittees' work. scholarships to students he New Orleans n 74 Moonset tonight ............ 10:22
: KING: "We will stand here and hope that in the process sane to call for war in the time ranks Washington 84 57 First Quarter .,,............ June p.m.16 t'
The thin-
= that our conscious effort will make this a better land." committee were said.AshIer Chicago 76 65 .PROMINENT STARS
of nuclear he
weapons, went on, ned in the recent primaries, said in proposing the Kansas City 15' 65 .41 Spice In southwest at moonset.
= POLICE CHIEF STUART: "You are all under arrest. saying that the bomb that destroyed DomingoSANTO Denver 77 55 Arcturus high above Spica.
with some members losing their study of junior colleges that the Ft. Worth 94 75 VISIBLE PLANETS
Hiroshima is now con- Los Angeles 73 5' Saturn. In southeast ....... 3:11 .
: seats in the voting and others State Department of Education Seattle' 59 51 .06 Jupiter rises ............... 3:36 am.
sidered a toy and who knows DOMINGO, Dominican -choosing not to seek new terms. undoubtedly would it CEDAR Mars rises .................. 4:17 am.
oppose KEY TIDES
what a 100-megaton bomb woulddo Republic (APExplosionsrocked ) .
Mathews told the committeethat but that these two year colleges Saturday High It 4:41: a.m. and 3:13 MARINE FORECAST "
? military ammunition it must be to ad- p.m. Low at ':22 ..m. and 10:45 p.m. EAST GULF: Variable winds S to
f State Can Handle Khrushchev said the United dumps across the Ozama River ready of which Florida has Sunday High at 5:31: a. m. and 15 knots t'rough Saturday. Scattered
vise the 1965 legislature on more than 30, would be good 4:06 p.m. Low at 10:16 a.m. and 11:35 showers mainly near shore during afternoon
States claims it has enough nuclear from Santo Domingo throughthe p.m. or early evening hours. a'
what to do with the
expandingstate foundations on which to developsome
weapons to kill each Rus- night. '
sian three times. It also says, Officials said four persons university system. four year colleges. Five-Day
Race Trouble Khrushchev "Should we establish a university A subcommittee headed by Forecast'f
added, that the Soviet were killed and 112 wounded.

Union has enough nuclear Flames set by the blasts still at Fort Myers or Jack- Sen. Beth Johnson of Orlandowill Temperatures are expected to range from 88 to 91 and th "

weapons to kill each Americanonce. raged today, preventing firemen sonville? Or should we go to make the studies. I average. one to four degrees lows in.the 70s. Widely scatter
four-year colleges? Or shouldwe The full committee Is
and from expected
troops police
,above normal ed, mamly.afte on, showers
through the five
Asserts Bryant We don't need any more getting close to the dumps. expand the third-and fourth- to meet again in Sep- predicted with consider -

i than that," he commented as The explosions caused dam- year universities?" Mathews tember. Its report must be I day period ending Wednesday.jable variation in rainfall! but ,I

an audience of 6,000 laughedand age in the city. asked. ready early next year for con- ]Little day to day change for less than one inch in most

.: TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. marches in St. Augustine."We applauded., Donald Reid Cabral of the I "The 1965 legislature is goingto sideration by the full Legislative -.J rorecast. The normal highs areas.

: Farris Bryant said he has assured can't prevent the throw government junta said three have to make some policy Council, which in turn will --

: federal authorities that ing of a stone or incidents of this. More About and possibly five dumps at the II decisions on these things. And place the recommendations be- More About

= Florida is willing and capable of kind completely because we army's 27th of February bar- I we cannot delegate the re- fore the Legislature. Cuba Exiles

= controlling the race troubles in would have to line the walks. TrialFrom racks were destroyed. He said

St. Augustine. But assuming that the marchers investigators were trying to determine More About Push Tell Fate
= At a news conference Thursday give' us notice of.course and the cause. There was Of

the governor said he had I time, we anticipate that law and Page 1 an unofficial report the blasts I

: not asked the federal govern- order will be maintained." O were started by fire in a powder Scranton DefectorsMIAMI

: ent to send help. On another subject, Bryant the position taken by the three magazine. Froiu Page 1

= But he said he was staying in said that he and the Democratic defense attorneys that the city Persons in the area heard
: "frequent communication with nominee to be, ''Florida's next quadrant polling place system several carbine shots just From Page 1 property speculation involved CAP) Newly arrived

them so that they will not act on governor, Mayor, Haydon Burnsof precludes the requirement thata before the first explosion. It was onation-and I and members of the press elec- refugees told today of a reportin

: any assumption that we are not Jacksonville-attended part of voter vote in the precinct believed these were fired by that not hope you there agree to group of legislators who wentto ted to leave the meeting.The Cuba that six officers of Fidel
willing or capable of doing the the national governors' conference where'he lives. sentries giving the alarm for the we are going Gettysburg, Pa., Thursday in Castro's armed
: job that we set out to do." together in Cleveland.He Graham argued that since hold a wake. an unsuccessful attempt to see board also agreed to' forces were arrested -
Sunday night for
Bryant said that he would do said that they talked informally 1962 city officials should have, fire.The government put all hos- "A stand must be made, but former President Dwight D. share the cost of bringing Atlanta to defect. trying

: whatever is required to main and in a very general way been following state election pitals and private clinics in the the hour is late. Eisenhower on Scranton's be- planning consultant Jack

: tain peace in St. Augustine, 'although -about the matters of transfer- laws requiring that a voter vote' capital on an emergency foot- half. Gould here July 6-7 for a Chamber "One of Castro's helicopter pilots -

: he said he probably ring the office to Burns. in the precinct where he is reg- "We have waited dangerously Scranton arranged to leave of Commerce downtown forum told about it in a cafe in

: wouldn't be making any public "We did establish an associa- istered. ing.U.S.. Ambassador William long to call upon our party's the capital at Harrisburg dur- with the chamber. Varadero," said a 20-year-old

announcements about it uBe tion which will permit us to exchange Fagan contended that to grant Bennett visited the government conscience upon its wisdom, ing the noon hour in a private Plan Director yoih from that former tourist

: cause I really feel that this kind views as he feels that Graham's motion would "de- house and it was understood he upon its will. plane for the trip to Baltimore.The schalk asked David God- resort near Havana.

of thing stirs up rather than he needs to know anything that irive innocent people who have offered help in relief work. Scranton family with the that the board
"I here to announce I consider hiring Gould The refugee arrived
: quiets." I might be' able to tell him. I !been legally registered and who The blasts broke glass doors i come exception of an older to prepare Thursdaywith
: He said he anticipated further will be glad to do it." voted legally of their constitutional and windows throughout Santo am a candidate for the presidency -to make the trip. was an extensive economic two youthful companions
right to vote." I Domingo, and dozens of persons I of the United States. base study that could be a city- aboard a 15-foot motorboat.

I More AboutI After the hearing the circuit received minor injuries from "Let this be clearly under- Later, Pennsylvania Rep.I county project. "The pilot told people In Va

judge explained that he would flying glass, wood splinters and stood; I am not entering this Thomas H. Worrilow and State radero that the six were cap-

I Racial. take the pleadings under ad- pieces of masonry. crusade for the privilege of Sen. John.T. Van Sant reported 'Word Games' tured; when they tried to leave

1 visement. The city was on the verge of presiding over a whipped m receiving similar telegrams Cuba from there by launch' he

panic. In the confusion there nority."I from Truax who was not avail Sends said.
Search able for Study
From 1 Okay was no possibility of an immediate :
Page "He said "If had
FRANKFORT, Ky. CAP) A check of the extent of need your help. Jack gottento
his life and I don't Conmy, the governor'spress Back for Miami they could have caused
on want ficers said smelled like sulphurIc public school StudyWord
casualties.On .
has damage or
authority "I need the of Re- secretary, said the
help every gover- terrible damage to
: my jail destroyed. acid. It was washed off quickly our military
to search a pupil for the main street of Santo nor had been
mulling his
publican. We are reading none over games centered around defenses, since they carried se
Seventeen other and he was only slightly
: persons ar- burned. good cause, the attorney geniral's -Domingo, not one store escaped out of our party. We welcome -decision for several days. "youth character institutions" cret plans'."
rested with King Thursday remained office says, and may confiscate damage. Police and troops stood
= in the jail. County officers arrested two such items as cigarette guard in the commercial dis. every hand and every Reminded that Scranton said befuddled City Plan Board Three of the six were executea
white youths on charges of disorderly -lighters and heart that believes in the true previously he never feltstirred" members last night for the sec
= Firm law enforcement meth- pocket tricts to prevent looting. I ond time Immediately, the pilot was quoted
and the
Republican matter
conduct and went
ods kept order Thursday night city police .. before about any ores- as saying.
: as integrationists made their arrested five white males- 'on The first indicatiom that, idential aspirations, Conmy was back to the drafting- ... board----- .fnr-.

third straight night march charges of vagrancy and carrying eb Scranton had a change of heart asked if the governor was study. The refugees, who asked thai

Z through downtown streets. concealed weaponssling.shots ttuartubrothers came when sources close to the "stirred" now."He's The definition I is part of the their names not be used, said
I and weighted thongs.At he I military mobilization in Cuba
reported Thursday board's
governor study to revise
: With their leader Dr. Martin stirred the beverage
a church service where the would throw his hat into the Conmy re I continued, "but has diminishec
Luther King Jr. of Atlanta, in marchers gathered, about 40 CARL MCELROY Charley, C hiefland, ring in his Maryland speech. plied.Co "youth ordinance character to protect since the days just before and
: the institutions"such
jail as result of a sit-in the
young men and women volunteered and Lonnie, Gainesville; and after May 20."
numbers of demonstrators CHIEFLAND-Carl McElroy, Craig Truax, Pennsylvania my said Scranton madeup as the Boys' Club from
Z Thursday night were about 200 to join King and.17 other 57, died yesterday at his residence -three grandchildren. state Republican chairman I Ia In his mind finally at 8:23: p.m. having bars or package stores,
demonstrations in St. Johns services will be Sun-
--half that of in Hardeetown after a telegram to a state representative -Thursday. j located next door.
previous nights
County jail via sit-ins. day at 3 p.m. at the Hardeetown HOUSEHOLDPESTS
=when they were attacked by lengthy illness.He this morning said: As to what impelled him to I
Church. Burial The
Baptist will be 1st time the
-gangs of 100 or so whites in a "The governor will announcehis make that decision, Conmy! subject came I
Plan New
:downtown had served the Levy County -in Chiefland Cemetery under the candidacy at the Maryland said: "You'll have to up, confusion over how to define -!
plaza. School Board for many direction of Knauff Fun era ]I State Convention Friday. He get th.1 the areas they wanted to
State ParkTALLAHASSEE specifics from him.
: White men and youths who years as custodian of the Chief- Home. has asked us to advise protect sent the matter back to I
broke police lines to attack in- (AP) A land School and was a memberof first." you Asked who Scranton talked the plan department for study.I
Z tegrationists on earlier marches the Hardeetown MRS. M. T. HAGUEA with after the decision was Last I
tract of 600 acres in Flagler Baptist The telegram was tc Rep. night, the study was ARE ON THEPROWL
-were held outside the demon- Church. made Conmy replied: "Name
County has been deeded to the member of a pioneer fam- Eugene S. Rutherford, one of a again returned for additional
Zstration area. state for a state park which will His survivors include his widow -ily, Mrs. Mattie Turner Hagueof any big IIAsked name and they would study.

: Kenneth Boa trlgh] f, a State 'be opened: the public by Oct. Lois; a son, Randolph, of. Alachua,, died last night at be it. I J
-Highway Patrol trooper was 1, the State"Park Service an- Chiefland; two daughters, Mrs.! Alachua General Hospital following Melon specifically about Eisenhower "A jail can be a" character,

Z splashed with a liquid which of- nounced. Bonnell; Nieman, Tampa, and' extended Conmy said he building institution member ,DOES YOUR
an illness. She
: !dis Carlene. McElroy, Chief- was 69. m Report thought Scranton talked with the Joe Silverman observed. I HOME HAVE

ana; two sisters, Mrs. Bitha .. general_ but couldn't say for cer-
Mrs. The definition / ROACHES
,Hague was gorn in La- I tain. suggested by,
Johnson i --
: Flemington, and Mrs.I Crosse. She was a member of LAKELAND Demand for Those GodschalK centered around the / FLEAS
EunIce Faircloth, Trenton; two: the Alachua watermelons fair and the close to Scranton described Boys Club, .I c
FATHER'S Presbyt e ria n was him as deeply disturbedover municipal playgrounds 'I ; / ANTS?
FOR DAY 'I Church and the Fed- and recreation
a charter member market was weaker the leadership trend within i centers,! / TIcKS

Gainesville Sun II of the Alachua Woman's Club. eral-State Market News Service: the GOP. The sources said he excluding churches. I / MOTHS

Funeral services will be held reported this morning. would tell the Maryland After Silverman I'
Published evenings except tomorrow Prices hundredweight: organization questioned Florida Pest Control will
at 10:30
ajn. per give
Saturday ond Sunday morn- I he will continue to fight application of the distance restrictions you a FREE estimate for
Alachua and deliv contrOlling

A ZENITH Stereo Presbyterian Church (FOB selling points
Ings by the Gainesville Publishing the nomination until the is- to nursery and day these embarrassing! ,
with Dr. U. S. Gordon officiat- points) yesterday were: I
Company at 101 SE cry sue is settled. schools, members of the board, destructive and disease carrying
2nd Place. Gainesville Florida, II Charleston Grays, few Congo pests. The
; The nominal fee charge
ing.Burial announcement Scran- the
by agreed
and entered proposed amendment i
as second class for the service
will be in Newnans- and Garrisonian 13-17 lbs. average may actually
matter at the Post ton would put him in direct should be
Office given additional
AM-FM opposition save
.. STEREO FM-HIGH FIDELITY Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION vile Cemetery. $1.25 to $1.50, mostly to Sen. Barry Gold- before making study I you money.

Survivors include: her hus- $1.25, few as low as $1; 18-25 water. The Arizona any recommendation : DIAL FR
PHONOGRAPH. Republican to the
RATES city commission.
: CARRIER OR MAIL BY band, E. DeWitt Hague of Ala' bs., $1.50 to $1.85 mostly *L50ew presently holds a commanding !

E GAINESVILLE'S I Week .45 chua; two daughters, Mrs. $1.25; .26-32 Ibs., few at lead in the battle for national I 62661DON'T

COUCH'S SELECTION 3 Mos. $5.85 I Frank Palmer of Gainesville $1.75 to $2, very few higher. convention delegates.A .

ZENITH STEREO All mail subscriptions must and Mrs. Jack Rutledge of Florida shipments yesterday: key factor in Scranton's decision (Samtstnlle Sun !

608 N. Main St. be Member paid in advance. Gainesville; one brother, Robert By truck, 537; rail, 120. sources said, was Gold- \10\ t 'ItJCUU"UtSI !

Circulation.All .of Audit Bureau of I Turner of Alachua; one sister water's vote on Wednesday t&tic4u.
Mrs. Anita Mclver of Calls Sale Off; against ending the filibuster in :;mr.fT =irt ..

.1 the material property contained of the Gainesville herein Is Gainesville; and four grandchil Clothes Gone the Senate on civil rights legis-
Publishing Company. (e) 164. ,dren. I
Reproduction In whole or In part : long ,
Is strictly forbidden without the Pallbearers will be Lindley an outspoken advocate of civil] :
I written permission of the publisher. Cellon, Roy Cellon, Ralph Cel-
II-MONEY lon, William Bryan, Waldon Harold Men's Shop canceled its I I

Thinking of A I Bryan, Earl Bryan and Mon- Father's Day sale because $1,400 BUY
del Cellon. worth of suits earmarked for the

New Refrigerator sale already were gone. SEWERS

: i Just tell us how much i f To Ask Russia The manager, J. D. Gibbs,
Cu. 2. Cull I 2. ? told he didn't ANY COLOR TVUNTIL
you need to pay old I h. MOtItldy Ve. : To police Thursday INSTALLED
: bills for home improvements Rtu_ Payn.it,1 Rece... f,MothIy.,..."ts J' I Centennial know they had been stolen until
= car repairs ii85. $11.00 Is42s.Oo1jj1 See The One That !I i FAIRBANKS he started to mark them down.
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Friday, June 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3

7 Florida' ; House Passes Pay Raise unions.An amendment-designed to --

Congressmen r eliminate the pain of voting forts TOP-RATED GENERAL

own pay raises in the future

Against BillWASHINGTON was adopted by the House Thurs-
To Selves Fed. Workers day. It was offered by Rep.

". (AP) Seven Morris K. Udall, D-Ariz., and

of Florida's 12 House members, would provide automatic increases

five Democrats and both Republicans -, WASHINGTON (AP) Fatter; of $325 a year and the average I ever, was the fact most state for Congress wheneverthe

I'I voted against the big federal pay checks for most federal government typist and file clerk primary elections are now over. top Civil Service grade getsa
I p
, pay raise bill which passedthe workers were in prospect today would get a $310 a year raise. Last March the primaries were raise.

I' .' House 243-157 Thursday. after House passage of a pay I still to be faced and too many

I The measure now up for Sen- raise bill that includes $7,500-a- The bill is expected to be one members felt it politically unwise -

ate action boosts salaries of 1.7 year increases for members of of the first called up in the to vote raises for them-

" million government employes Senate after it completes actionon 11
Congress.By selves and then face the elec-
.J and includes a $7,500 annual in- the civil rights bill and no torate. ,

crease for members of Congress the surprisingly large mar- ,difficulties are foreseen in its

:. \. effective next January. gin of 243 to 157 the House reversed -,passage. Strong support from President i I d

! Favoring the bill were Demo its earlier defeat of a A number of considerations Johnson also helped put the bill)

f crats Dante Fascell Sam Gibbons -similar bill and cleared the way prompted the House to pass the over this time, as did a powerful .

t Caude Pepper and Rob- for Senate action on the $533- pay bill this tune after defeat- lobbying effort by the postal car insurance buy-

: ert Sikes. Syd Herlong didn't million package of pay boosts.It ing one, 222 to 184, last march. famous low rates

ti vote but was recorded in favor. includes $7,500-a-year raises I I The size of the proposed congressional Still and top service. GENERAL ELECTRIC

Opposed were ,Republicans for judges, Cabinet officers and raise was scaled Colleges Contact me today!

William Cramer and Edward top federal executives, and in- down from $10,000 a year to

k j Gurney and Democrats Don Fu-: creases ranging from 22.5 per $7,500 and it was made effec- Have OpeningsNEW 117 N.E. ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

qua, Paul Rogers, Charles Bennett cent at the top to 1.6 per cent tive next January, instead of 16th Ave.

\\ D. R. (Billy) Matthews and! at the bottom for 1.7 million this year, making it easier for YORK (AP-The) Student -

1'\i; James Haley. I IJ government workers. members to vote for it Admissions Center says HEAT PUMP brings in filtered warm air at touch of button

J Congressional salaries would The average letter carrier Of major importance in the about 60,000 places are still 2-0444 AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT maintains desired temperature

be $30,000 a year under the bill.I would get a 5.6 per cent boost! view ,of the bill's backers, how- open in next semester's fresh- FRESH AIR VENTILATION'without conditioning unit for cool days;
man classes of two-year and Phone or for combining fresh outside air with cooling

bur-year accredited colleges.G. FRanklin MULTI-SPEED FAN allows Velocity control for quiet

James Hechtman, directorof night comfort or maximum cooling or heating

t 1 Goldwater Stand on Rights the center, said Thursday WASHABLE AIR FILTER eliminates expensive replacement;

Ralph Turlington growth
:that there is more room avail- germ
!able than is popularly believed. COOL COIL provides 50% more cooling efficiency than

"The problem is one of distribution PC2IOI3 I old plate fins; exclusive with G-E

!: Is 'Incomprehensible' to Ike of applications rather I STATE FARM (P5 ) i
Mutual Automotallt Insurant Company
than he J said.a lack of physical space, Horn Office HoomlrtftM,Jtllnels" I YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT FOR ONLY $1333J.eh

Sftui tfurk Wiwt1 which opposing candidates could I Heats and Cools Up To 700 Sq. Ft.

.\ By FELIX BELAIR JR 'Difficult' expose themselves and be judged -
GETTYSBURG, Pa. For- on their merits, there was

,;' mer President Eisenhower hint- To no question but that he had suffered FAMILYSWIMMING C.E. AIR CONDITIONERS PRICED FROM

ed strongly in an interview here Supportcould a real defeat so far.

j Sunday that he would find it difficult But he insisted that "we're not POOLBig

,'f to give his active support licked not" We Have A Model For Every Need 11995From
contend that civil rightswas yet by a long 16 Ft. x 32 Ft.
to Sen. Goldwater of Arizona
Barry -
\l and Bill Scranton knows this
\: for president if he wins an area in which the federal -better than most." 4,000 BTU to 31,500 BTU

:/ I the Republican presidential government had no responsi- only. $2644
bility. In The Circuit Court of Florida Eighth
nomination. Judicial Circuit In And For Alachua
"I His statement was viewed asa He said he did not see how County In Chancery Other Models from 1777.00 and up.
.t t definite qualificaton of his he could support any man who Plaintiff ALL ACCESSORIES JNCLUDED

early statement that he would maintained that the civil rightsof vs-JANIE M. EASTMAN FORMED AND POURED STEEL REINFORCED

Ii actively support and campaign citizens was entirely within Defendant. CONCRETE WESTINGHOUSE UPRIGHT FREEZERS

for any candidate named by the the jurisdiction of the separate No.NOTICE TO APPEARTO CALLCHARLES

\ Republican National Conven- states when, actually, they were :LAST JANIE KNOWN M. EASTMAN ADDRESS BROWNFR

guaranteed in these rights by 72624 Dandy Avenue
I tion.Talking Jacksonville Florida
the Federal
informally with this You are hereby notified that a suit In 6-7316
i Eisenhower said Eisenhower seemed much Equity has been brought against you
'I] correspondent, by DELBERT H. EASTMAN In the 'Clr "Gainesville's Oldest Pool Builder"
'I it was incomprehensible to him more concerned on this point cult Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit in
and for Alachua -
how any candiate for his party's than on what he considered nature of the suit Is County for a divorce.Florida. You The I III/ III YII

j nomination for the presidency Goldwater's demand for repealof are quired hereby to file summoned your answer ordered or defense and re-to 1

the federal income tax or his :the Complaint filed herein In the officeof I ',I 8 ''I I I
1i the Clerk of the Circuit 'In
I Court and pbI
primary campaign references to for FEDERAL
Alachua County Florida on or before
More Floods him as a president who conducted 6 answer July 1964 and to serve I copy of such
or defense upon Richard J. Wilson -
"a dime store deal." Plaintiffs I
new Attorney herein whose '
address Is 5 Southeast First Street,
He remarked in passing thatas Gainesville Florida. QUALITY HOMES
ThreatenMontana Herein fall not or Decree Pro Confes- I I.
4 far as he was aware, the so will be entered against you for the
Arizona senator had never retracted -relief demanded In the Complaint. 1 iI
I o WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said I I """"" s -
1 -
this remark. Circuit Court of Alachua County Flori I -

:1, At the same time Eisenhower -da ,and Alachua the seal County of said Florida Court at on Gainesville this- 4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North I

,I 'I repeated his traditional position -3rd day of June A.D. 1964
HELENA Mont. (APNew) J. B. CARMICHAELClerk Gainesville Phone 372-5113
that he could and would of the Circuit Court 4Q
i threat in Mon- Alachua County, Florida. i
flooding was a support in the forthcoming presidential -COURT SEAL

tana today. campaign By EMILY WATERHOUSE -
i Republican
any Deputy Clerk Hours : r II III hI i -
of candidate who believed in Richard J. Wilson I +
Shelby, near Attorney for Plaintiff :t I iil, p
the basic he ; I
the Canadian border, worked principles followed 5 Southeast First Street I ,II iI '
his Gainesville Florida 8 a.m. to 8 Sun. 11-7 I II';
through the night sandbaggingtwo during eight years in the (3393) 6:5, 12.19 26 p.m.; p.m.

large farm reservoirs. White House. Specifically, he .II
said that any candidate having COMMISSION '' a
Dams threatened to go out as his active support would have to ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING "Service is a MUST with jI I I 1I 1 II It
the third and lowest dam in the subscribe to the 1960 Republican Notice Is hereby given that the Alachua Us"I ,j I

l( reservoir chain did Thursday platform.But County public hearing Zoning at Commission 7:30 P.M.will on Wednesday hold a I II I 1I 1 L I' I

11 afternoon, flooding an area in- the former president was July 1, 1964 in the County Commis- I'I

j cl'/ding about 300 Shelby homes. emphatic in saying that he sion consider Room requests COn to In rezone the Courthouse the following to WE CAN'T AFFORDa I I !UII i/INI IIIIII'' NCI I I i .I I I

''jj There were no injuries. would not be a party to a move- described property In the following de- I t 1 ,
scribed manner: II WI,I iil lll l I I N1o( I
ment to "stop Goldwater, or Application No. 60 Rezone from AgrIculture TV COMMERCIALS I I 61u111110 I ,Ihl ,
In southern Montana the Jef- --
j to Business "A" (Requestedby
< of three anybody else. Mrs. Ruby M. Gasklns) (AREN'T YOU GLAD) = I
ferson ma-
one He said that as an advocateof Commence at the Southwest comer We don't have that kind of money but what we do haveis I I I
jor tributaries of the Missouri of Section 22. Township 10 South fast courteous can't afford
an "open convention" in Range 19 East; thence North 2119 ft. prompt service we poor
1 was flooding its lowlands and along West line of said section 22 to service either. See us for a loan.from25to6OO -
Notice tf Intention to Register Fictitious North right-of-way line of State Road Model FVD3I
had torn out at least one bridge.At Name No. 24; thence Northeasterly along l
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes said right- -wIY of State Road No. 2/
least 30 people died and notice Is hereby given that the 31108 ft.; thence Northerly 130 ft.; $ 440 Lb. CapacitySelfDefrosterjust
undersigned NORMAN E. ROBBINS thence Easterly 25 ft. across road to I
J others still were missing after and MICHAEL G. KINDRED doing the point of beginning; thence North- "snap a switch"and .
|f three days of flooding earlier Ltd., P.O. Box 14301 Univ. Station easterly 164.5 ft.; thence North 100 ft.; l1m the frost melts away drains
Gainesville Alachua County Florida thence Southwesterly 164.5 ft.I thence
this week. Intends to register said fictitious South 100 ft. to the point of beginning. away.c Takes most of the headaches t1
name under the provisions of the afore- The above described property Is located out of defrosting.
said Statute. at 4501 S. W. Jlst Street. And It's Confidential i ,
Dated at Gainesville. Florida this :3rd Application No. 62 Rezone from Agriculture Deep Door Shelves for extra "up-front"
day of June A.D. 1964MICHAEL to Business "A" (Requested by 1 -
f G. KINDRED Irving Sussman and Sidney Manton storage.

U. S. Uses (3392) 6:5,12.19.26 Trustee's Commence) at the NE Comer of Section Plus-Air-Sweep Shelves, Bulk Pack-
t Notice of Intention to Register Fictitious Marion Finance Co.
Mime 15. T9S R19E and run S 0 degrees 22'57"E age Storage, Built-in Lock, 3-Year Food
Pursuant to Section 165.09. Florida Sta- along the East line of said section
00'1'Agents'Special 2413-SV to the P.O.B., thence con- Spoilage Warranty, and Built-in
utet. notice Is hereby given that the un-
tinue S 0 degrees 22" 37" E said
dersigned. JOHN T. PITTMAN doing section line 97Vi thence run along S 89 degrees Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks Quality. \
business under the firm. name of THE 33' 03" W 1168.2*; thence run N 18 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6.5333
J J. SANFORD CO. 703 NE First Si-
Too 0 degrees 2T 57" W 50"; thence run N
Fla. Gainesville. Alachua
89 degrees 33' 03" E 328.fi thencerun
--- ---- -
Florida Intends to register said
County. N 0 degrees 22' 57'" W 92T thenc FREE DELIVERY
fictitious under the provisions of
NEW YORK (AP In the aforesaid name Statute run N 89 degrees 33' 03" E l4Vito 95
the East line said
of Sec. 15 and the
Florida this 2nd ,
Dated at Gainesville
Ian Fleming mystery fiction, day of June. A. D., 1964.s P.O.B. All being and lying In the East
Vi of Section 15 T9S RILE, Alachua
James Bond, ace British secret John T. Pittman County. Florida.
John T. Pittman The above described Is located FORDADAZENITH FREE SERVICEFREE90DAY I
agent, bears the code 3391) 6:S. 12. 19, 26
approximately 19SO ft. North of the Intersection I
number 007, identifying him In the Court of the County Judge Alachua ef NW 53rd Avenue (State Rd.
County. Florida In Probate.In 232) and NW 43rd Street (Devils Mill-
as an agent authorized to kill re: Estate of hopper Rd.) in Section 15 T9S R19E. ONLY
in the line of duty.In CLARENCE VERNON NOBLE. I Application No. 64 Rezone from Agriculture \
Deceased.To to Residence "C" (Requestedby TVWITH CHARGE TWO
the U. S. Army everyone All Creditors and Persons Having Mr. Tom Pierson)
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Commence at SE Corner of Section 25-
also has a job code number : 920. run W on Section line 40 chains AT
You and each of you are hereby notified N 10.15 chains. N 35 degrees E 25.10
his MOS military occupation and required to present any claims chains S 82 degrees 44 E 26.81 chains THIS
speciality. and demands which YOU. er either of you. to E line of Section thence S REMOTE CONTROLOUCH'S ACCOUNTS
may have against the estate of CLAR- chains to point of beginning; 27.37\\ PRICEALL
Pfc. John Sharpe of Mont encl VERNON NOBLE deceased late acre square In SE comer for
of said County to the County Judge of tery and Less S 209 feet of N 418 608 N.
gomery, Ala., stationed at Ft. Alachua County. Florida. at his oh Ice In feet of E 209 feet of S 37.37 chains (
Totten here wondered what the court house of sW County at Gaines and Less Lot as per Deed Book 161.
vllle. Florida within six calendar months page 218 and Less right-of-way as Main St.
the Army meaning of 007 is from the time of the first publication of per Deed book 364 page 472,, and Less '
this notice. Each claim or demand shall Lot as per Official Record Book 8,
and looked it up. be In writing and shall state the placeof page 381 and Less Lot as per Official "OPEN TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY" .. '
residence and post office address of Record Book IX page 561, and Less
It's a Women's Army Corps the claimant and shall tx sworn to by land as described I in Performance Guaranteed byCOUCH'S :::; OUR aUDGET.PRICED.J1
basic trainee. the claimant his agent, his attorney and Book 98. page 153. and Less taCO ash 1 .....::..::.'
demand not filed described lit Own Service .
any such claim! or so Official Record Book 1 os.1 Dept. ;
1 shah be void. page 385 of the public records of I t
executrix of the Last will and land lying ends being In Section 25, I 010. r
I Testament ofCLARENCE Township f South Range 20 East, ----- -- ---- ---- -- -- :
VERNON NOBLE. Alachua County. Florida.
IndustryMadeSaturn I deceased. The above described property Is located Dine With Your Gracious Host 1rhi \
Clayton. Arnow. Duncan It Johnston In the 5100. 5200. 5300 5400, 5500. 5600,
Attorneys for executrix 5700." and 5800 Blocks of NE 39th Avenue TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON e@ I ," .
226 South Main Street ( -Z32).
Tests Gainesville Florida Application No. 45 Rezone from ;:X!)}
(3390) 6:5,12.19. 26 Residence "B" to Business -B" : ALL BEEF \
(Requested by Mr. J. P.
Deemed Success 0 I.etsS,6,7a,9.1a11,1L13.and" 14.
of Florida. In Block If of Ridge Crest Subdivision
In The Circuit Court Eighth
Judicial Circuit. In and for Alachua! County lying In Section 11. T10S. R20E. as recorded i ? Boston Baked to

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP- OTTO In Chancery.CHARLES HOELBINGER. the Public hi Plat Records Book of"8"Alachua. Page Coun 3. of I 4i l Beans 67
The eight engines of the first -n Plaintiff. The ty above Florida.described property Is locatedat i I Potato and Butter Salad :

Industry-produced Saturn Roman MARGARET DORA HOELBINGER.. 3405 SE Hawthorne Road. I
Hot Rolls
Defendant All recommendations of the Zoning ,I .
I booster roared
for '
space NOTICE Of SUIT Commission will be presented the i Hot Coffee COMPLETE
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1I I Oia ttsuil1t Succession. and Disability:

I THE e.

I II JOHN 'R. HARRISON, By WALTER UPPMANN take the longer road of a constitutional idea of the old pre-1947 law, There is here a somewhat

.. I I i, MblUheri FAT SOUTH In its leisurely and happy- amendment. So be which was that the successorof tricky point. For it could hap.
I Jcatt ED JOHNSON. go-lucky way, Congress has it. the President should be a
l that the President, thoughin
I Florida's Beautiful Lid ExeciUTi & now got to the point. where a man who has had his full pen
EBEKSOLE. Vice The amendment proposedS. fact incapacitated, would
subcommittee of the Senate confidence.THE .
I University. City LIONE.TertUtBf Tie Director rre I By RALPH :McGILL I Judiciary Committee has ( J. Res. 139)) by Sen. Birch dispute the actions of the Vice
PBtttier Prix WbulB* publisherOf Bayh's subcommittee has one President and of the Cabinet
tie. lauSet.THE U. AtUiU (Ga. CacUtatl. agreed on a bill dealing with OTHER problem,
compelling thing to be said for In that event, which
the Presidential successionand which
arises when a Presi-
SUN'S POLICY it. It has been agreed to by could have happened when
with Presidential disabil- dent is disabled, has alwaysin
members of both Wilson in the
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. 'WaitingFor leading par- practice turned on this lay paralyzed
ity.This ties. And, therefore, even if it- White House, the dispute
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. bill (S. J. Res. 139) is question: if the Vice Presi-
r 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. senators from were not so good as it Is, it dent takes over, does he be- would go to Congress which
f supported would still be a great deal would have to decide by two-
> The Sun's telephones: A) Deportments- both parties, Dirksen, Keatingand come President, and if he
: better than an endless search thirds majority of both houses
for the does how can he be made to
: Wont Ads-376-4672 Fong Republicans for an ever more perfect so- whether the Vice President
Burch Dodd and surrender his office if the
I. lution. The should continue
.\ absolutely perfect as acting
elected President ? .
Eastland for the Democrats. recovers
solution which deals with President.
k A Job Well Done Godot'What Now if the judiciary com- ery conceivable contingencywill ev- The Bayh proposal provides a
reasonable answer.If .
i mittee agrees with its sub- never be found, and it is THERE IS AN additional

I When God shaped man from the ters with improved committee, the bill can go to not necessary. What is nec- the President falls ill, safeguard against a coup d'- ,
I is the level of second- the Senate. If it is passed essary is that there should bea but remains in control of his etat in the fact that if any
dust of the ground, a rod of steel new equipment. ary school student thinking? there, then some day, per- legitimate procedure which faculties, he may declare in member of the Cabinet disagreed -

must have mingled with the common Anyone who visits campuses haps next year, a similar bill the whole country respects.IN writing that he is unable to with the majority, ha
2. Providing a hearing picks up answers from dis- will go to the House. Then, if discharge the powers and duties could make his position knownto
clay. recreation director cussions and student publica- it has been approved by a of the office the Vice 1-
FACT, however, this proposed ; the Congress, and un d e r
M 1 i while the hearing tions. two-thirds vote in each house, amendment is, so far as President then becomes the those circumstances it is un- "
We refer to the firmness of the Ever hear of Godot? it must be .ratified by three-
President until the
firm decision and issues I can see,'very good indeed.On acting likely that there would be a
Gainesville Commission in deal- "The Exonian" is a twice- quarters of the states. elected President declares in
City be resolved, it cleared a-week the first problem, which is two-thirds vote.
) ing with the recent recreation crisis, paper published by what is to happen when thereis writing that his inability has
of any moral ,misdoing the students at the Phillips THUS, WE MUST accept the Thi$ is about as good a way
ended. If, however, the President -
Vice President there
racial overtones. no as
which had serious he was not to be driven Exeter Academy. is the fact that a constitutional was when Truman succeeded is too ill to do anything, of dealing with what would be

on a rail just because oldest prep school publicationin amendment to provide for a Roosevelt and as there has as was the case, for example, the most messy and muddled I

These Commissioners are five black. America. vice president if there is no been since Johnson succeeded when Garfield was dying the situation imaginable, which

men, riddled with human flaws like RECENTLY the school's ex- vice president cannot go into Kennedy, S. J. Res. 139 would Vice President with the con- would be that of a President

the rest of us. But in crisis they 3. Creating the city's perimental theater staged a effect during the present have the President nominate a currence of a majority of the in apparent good health who

overcame the weakness of mortal ial Public Recreation performance of Samuel Beckett's period when there is no vice Vice President subject to the Cabinet, or of any body spe was in fact deranged. The ;
"Waiting for Godot." It president. This vacuum will ultimate problem is in fact a :
i ed of interested approval of both houses of cified by Congress could declare -
demonstrated again seven
and once
clay was near the last day of last until January, 1965. More- would that the President is form of impeachment, and
that men of good will are not found allied officials. classes. Seniors were await- over, during this same period work Congress.because Probably the country disabled and assume the posi- that in effect is what is pro-

1 only on welfare boards, in picket 4. ing graduation. The apathy of there will be no orderly way would, not look sympathetically tion of acting President. posed.
Ordering spring lay heavily on the to' deal with the situation
I lines, or doctoring natives in Africa. on a partisan of factional
personnel director, who campus. The young editor which would exist if, God for-
i some time improving the was moved by the play. He bid, this President were dis effort to thwart the new Pres- WHAT OTHER PAPERS
i Good will also is found on the wrote an editorial: dent in a matter of this kind.
opportunities of Negroes.
city governing board of Gainesville, -Let's go. Because such delay is a Above all, the proposal cures

Florida. Some of the "-We can't. grave national risk and a the vices of the existing sys- SAY ABOUT GOPNEW

I 'Why not? reckless gamble, I have been tem set up by the 1947 law.
Gainesville had troubles. After a are strictly remedial, u-We're waiting for Godot. among those who have argued Under it, the Presidential office YORK (AP) Editorial comment on the battle for
.past mistakes. The "
would to the the Republican presidential nomination:
that the problems of succes- go speakerof
racial incident at the white city
problem was precipitated sion and disability should be the House when Vice Presi-
recreational center, the City Com- act, and the City "THE PLAY is impossible dealt with at once, not by the dency is vacant. He could, of NEW YORK TIMES: If Senator Goldwater wins the Re-
mission convulsively closed both a milestone in the trend of publican nomination for president he will owe his success,
many frustrating hours long process of a constitutional course, be of the opposition
centers-white and Negro-to youth the remedy.The contemporary drama that amendment, but by repealingthe party. This would mean that in no small part, to a little band of silent men who have

activity on weekends. It was a bad puts more and more respon- unhappy legislation of 1947 the death of a President mightbe refused to speak their convictions. They are the influential
sibility on the individual actors ..
leaders of the Republican Party.
tl move, with youth soon to be freed Gainesville Sun and less and less dependence and by a declaration inter- equivalent to the reversalof Who are these silent men? They are, first of all, Dwight D.
the .election.
of school for the summer. torialized for alleviation of on the script. Some preting what the Constitutionsays previous Eisenhower, who gives the impression of at last acting, onlyto
of the law
about Presidential "in other vice existing
But it might that it is a play builds
cannot take argue retreat; Governor Scranton of Pennsylvania, who
forthrightness of tHe about nothing. It is the storyof ability..n is that the man whose career hope only to shatter it Richard M. Nixon, who stands
the up
Then in haste Negro
recrea- The consensus of Congressand has led him to the speakershipis
two characters Vladimirand
for in cautious neutrality and we include
anything ;
tion director, Harold Acosta, was sioners. 'Twas they who of the legal professionhas not likely to have passed ready
Estragon, waiting by the
Henry Cabot Lodge, who bound as he is by State Department
I fired. The timing was unfortunate- hours of time and effort, side of the road for an ap- been, however, that a con- through any kind of experienceand regulation, might have resigned his post in order to come \\4

,I in fact, nearly disastrous. Segments who put themselves on pointment with a Mr. Godot.It stitutional amendment is nec- training which qualifieshim home and speak out in this hour of his party's crisis.
I of the community-both white and 'twas they who braved the is plainly obvious, as the essary. It is evident that Con- for high executive office.

of curbside and play progresses, that Mr. Go- gress is unwilling to legislateand As against this the Bay h WASHINGTON EVENING STAR: Mr. Goldwater himself I
black became incensed with the
pro- dot will not come, will never that it is determined to Amendment rests on a basic has conceded that a concerted drive by Messrs. Eisenhower,

cedure. A crisis approached, deterioration To the Negro come, that Vladimir and Es- Nixon and Scranton could have denied him the nominationstill

of human relations cident demonstrated tragon have been awaitinghis. BELOW OLYMPUS could, for that matter. When he called off on last I
threatened.But that arrival for many years, ,By mteion! Sunday the charge he had sounded one day before, the old
is governed by men and that they will go on wait- soldier assumed a heavy burden of responsibility for the im-

sponsible to'reason. There ing for years to come with pending eclipse of what once went by the proud name of
it was stopped by the dig- OBSERVER'I
the same deluding, ignorant, "
tred here, only the desire "Eisenhower Republicanism.
nity of humanity, by the firm response faithful hope. cy Do
justice practicality.To
to the challenge, by the basic "They are bored, pathetic I < r WASHINGTON POST: If the Republican Party capitulatesto

I humaneness of men. Firmly, the the rest of us, the characters; the play is the BELIEVEI7p yJ G TE the Goldwater faction, a large share of the responsibilitywill
i story of their futile, groping
fall former President Eisenhower. From the begin-
Commissioners resolved the upon
City missioners
helped us
v 4 efforts to amuse themselves PLAYS
ning of the present ordeal for the Republicans, Mr. Eisen-
crisis by: against evil and make while waiting. But here is the .
DICE WITH THE hower has blown mildly warm and then mildly cool. It
pression. We can ask danger and the magic: the UNIVERSE"ALBERT (his performance) is completely out of key with his vigorous

1. Reopening the recreational cen- our leaders. play itself never becomes bor- fight for a set of political principles in 1952 when the dangerof
ing, futile and groping. Thatis
a factional GOP nomination was insignificant compared to
if the characters behind
EINSTEIN that of today.
their foppish vaudev i 11 e

clowning, can show that PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: The "Stop Goldwater" move-

Voice of the Vladimir and Estragon, however ment which many had hoped would materialize at the gather-

interpreted, .are ab- ing of Republican governors in Cleveland has all but fizzled

1 1On stractions of all humanity. out, to the accompaniment of an uncertain trumpet soundedby

"WHO IS GODOT? For leaders hesitant to take positive action...
I The Sun's Opinion Page I Vladimir and Estragon he to. h .:. Leaders like Governor-Scranton and former Vice President

= was a man with a white o. -0. Nixon took solace in visions of inducing Senator Goldwaterto

1 beard, we learn. Once he declare himself willing to liberal Republican
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People run on a
II I must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. everything will be fine platform. Once the Senator has taken such a position, their
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry and pleasant."We hopeful theory holds, progressive Republicans can clasp Gold-
Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the all have Godots..." water to their breasts, and campaign for him ardently,

And so we do. Many of us secure in the belief that everything reactionary in his make-

l Feed FailuresOf grow of education through sell the rope for Godot. <>-- up has been neatly eliminated.Just .
cooperation teach against the used to hang The Exonian editor saw fel- who could be deluded by such political gymnastics is

i Communism idea that we change them and make a profit students and those of Q J'i.(Aw JtrlA 7rd hard to understand.
finally converge with them: Furthermore secondary schools -

EDITOR, Sun: Let's ex- but some other things also, which they are waiting for grades to get into "I can't believe that politicians play dice with NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE: "Note to Republicans:
amine the mutual "experiences" show us that this is not a for their own "the best college," waiting religion, but they do!" At least the Mets keep trying."

of theU.S.. and the hopeful approach. We know firms them in be led out of immaturity
that men may be so weddedto that "manhood." But what is
USSR in such areas as agri- certain ideas that they do because they are ? EXPOSED.. LIMITED POWER GRANTS I
culture, trade, athletic con- they II I
not let reality teach them is It is not only secondary:
tests, cutback in productionof
better. Let us take an exam- blind. who are waiting for

nuclear reduced explosive military materialand budgets.Are ple.Hunger philosophy Thus has Gains the Filibuster
these moves "gestures of is the hallmark of be superior to Members of extremist of
communism, even in coun- life! are waiting for Godot.
hope, or illusions tries such as Cuba which did some he is Senator Gold-
blind us to the reality of the know Their success, he is the
not really hunger in recent For others
Communist force which challenges decades until 'communism culture, but in of the Ku Klux Klan NtlU york itb1tt1 jury. And the grave issue teral contempt power is historically litical sub-division to levy
our freedom'1It and infiltrating presented would not have been a judicial exercise: taxes for a specific purpose.
took over. No Commu- and mysteries. Godot By ARTHUR KROCKWASHINGTON.
tries, ministers effectively projected into the Moreover, that the Southern Furthermore, the suprem-
is well known that men nist country has been able to a man in a white beard who
assures them The Sen- public consciusness if the filibusters who would deny it acy of the federal judiciaryis
learn from their provide adequately for its eliminate the income tax.
can own ex-
Therefore subjects. Crisis after crisis the true is a "true patriot" who ate filibuster, now emphat- House measure had been ram- to the federal courts in equal now automatically acceptedand
periences. some life and that terminated by the first it for enforced the
conclude the best to arises in agriculture. Further- abolish democracy and ically med through the Senate with- rights cases approved by
communism is not way to try to more, Khrushchev knows that longs to them. up a strong "republic." invocation in history of closure out change, as long urged by their state courts without re legislative branches.
turn from his of debate equal rights servation.But President
on the President, the Departmentof Jackson refused to
defeat it but to try to set although only around two per will come along one
experiences which will edu-up cent of the land in the Soviet prospering in and drive the Commu- legislation, made possible the Justice and the all-out supporters the gravity of the issue enforce a Supreme Court Interpretation
Therefore we exposure and limitation of of the bill. was intensified, and its dimen- of the constitu-
cate them out of communism.Thus Union is privately farmed, out from under the bed.
we should find areas of yet from that two per cent to the rescue of is success. One day some of the sumptuary pow- Also, without the filibusterit sions broadened, by two new tion; President Lincoln disre-
mutual, interest and by their farmed comes 40 per cent of when it novel will be written and ers granted to the federal would not have been possible factors. The first is that the garded several in the conduct
the milk discouraging best seller. One government in the text approved for Sen. Dirksen to have pending measure establishes a of the War Between the
working with us and by our potatoes, vegetables, a day \
by the House. The administration vast federal with States and President
working with them we shall and meat. sion within will come. Meanwhile gained accept- bureaucracy, ; F. D.
both learn from these mutual But does Khrushchev learn tries we should have only to wait for "the most important check was the ance of his "package" of other powers restrictive of the freedom Roosevelt' took ready to do the
experiences and somewhere to turn from collective farm- Repeated and break." Conform and wait requirement of jury trials in amendments. None of these of individual associationand same if the court outlawed his
the federal courts for citi- supplies the fundamental lim- the uses of private repeal of the gold clause
down the line both of us shall ing? No. Why? There are at ure over a Godot. property
change so that we shall con- least two reasons. First, it is time may result IT IS NOT really odd that zens cited in criminal con- itation of the federal grant of that revert to the dras- guarantee on federal bonds. J

verge and remove the aggressive contrary to his ideology. Second and perhaps first successful perform tempt on a judge's finding power that was made by the tic laws imposed on the Southin But these were the last and

elements from com if farms become free, realize, for of "Waiting for Godot" that they committed acts of adoption of the trial-by-jury the reconstruction period. only presidents in that cate-
munism. freedom must spread in the no firm basis at San Quentin peniten- "discrimination" forbidden in requirement of the amend- The second factor is the cur- gory. t

country and the _dictatorshipwill There is, Prisoners had a cer- the pending measure. ment proposed by Sen. Mor- rent broad assumption of the
There is nothing in Com- finally fall He is ideologically dealing with advantage. For each (Since this no where definesthe ton of Kentucky.; But the federal courts of judicial sup THE MORTON amendmentis

munist theory or in the history blind to the lesson attacks which was a tangible sort of general offense, the definition bipartisan leadership package remacy over the other two marked for death in the

of our dealings with communism taught by such a clear ex- safe solutions. One day the parole is left to case-by-case temporarily stays the iron branches of the central government House-Senate conference on

to offer us any hope ample.If ize the nature would grant parole. appraisal the federal 'judi- hand of the federal government the equal rights bin by its

that cooperation with. the we cooperate with them who has day the period of sentence: ciary). where state laws to the bipartisan opponents, and

( Communists will lead to their and strengthen them agriculturally shall better expire. And"then every- same purpose exist and are UNEXAMPLED interpretations they may effect their pur

I conversion. We must recog- and industrially win spond to the would be all right. So, HAD IT NOT been for the being enforced. of the Constitution by the pose. The Senate-approved
nize that it is a basic tacticof Supreme Court have authorized amendment by Senator Ervinof
such educate them? The sad There would could wait for Godot Senate filibuster the.American -

communism to cooperatewith answer from history is No. more hope of The editor ,of the Etonian; people would have remained THE PRACTICAL argu- federal judges to supplantthe North Carolina, rescuing a

non-Communists in or- Our very help is misinter- on various the play, had a univer- unaware that the very judges ment made against the Mor- state legislatures in appor- citizen held in criminal con-

der to achieve objectives preted by them just as they sweetening them message. Godot is never who made findings of criminal ton amendment was that it tioning the voting districts of tempt from the double jeopardy I

which they believe will help claim that'our aid to other tual experiences. to come. Those who contempt in ,enforcing compulsions would prevent verdicts. of ,the states in which membersof of a trial on the same:

them move closer to world nations today is a new formof which we help so patiently do so with for a revolutionary criminal contempt in equal the legislature and of Congress charge may not survive the t I

t conquest. colonialism. Aid which we ed with its own deluding, ignorant fathful change''in the social and economic rights cases, no mention being are chosen. Recently parliamentary situation which ,J.

Not only does the history extend them helps ,confirm dictions and Life is full of move structure of the nation made, however of the obvious for the first time in the legal requires that it be voted oa t.: 4

t e of past attempts, which fail- them in their ideology which spare the world ; and change. And how could unilaterally deny to defendants bias of the federal and general history of the again. But neither would.hav

ed to change communism but says that capitalists are stupid war and it is .to cope with it the hard-won Anglo- courts the other way. ,The legal United States, the Supreme prevailed even. temporarily t. _.

did enable it to survive and that they would, in effect, how dull to wait for Godot. Saxon privilege of trial by : argument way that unila Court commanded a state po- without the filibuster. I ,:
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; (Jiafnrsuil1e iuu F. Childs, Colored News Editor

LACROSSE NEWSObservance ALACHUA NEWS Final rites for Mrs. Louise Funeral services for Mrs.

THE of AnniversaryThe Rev. Hailes to Speak Peacock of Micanopy will beheld i I Mattie Watson, of the Copeland
-w observance of United Sunday afternoon at 3 o' Settlement, will be held at tha

JOHN R. HARRISON, President andknblUkeri Choirs' Union second anniversary The Rev. G. W. Haile will clock from the Mt. Bethel Baptist -' Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church at

dent ED PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.VIe.Vie.PresidentFlorida's Pr l- SOUTH has been set for June 17- preach at the Antioch Baptist Church with the Rev. C. L.i Spring Hill on Saturday at 3

and ExecBUv Editor W. G. (Bm>>> j19 at the Bethel A.M.E., Church. Church Sunday at 3 p.m. I Dennison officiating. I p.m. with Rev. Arnold officiat-
Beautiful x EBEKSOLE. Vice President ..d Ad- I There are six choirs in the un The public is invited. Rev. R. Mrs. Peacock, a life-long citizen -! ing. Interment will follow in the

'University City' 1uj TertlilBf DlreeUri r'u.'a-.- I By RALPH c..1 ion.The F.F DeBose, pastor; George Jud-. of Micanopy, died June 6'' Pine Grove Cemetery.Her .
LIOKE. Vie. PtesMeiu Pulitzer Prlie WIIIaIII public is invited. kins
reporter. in the Alachua General Hospital
include her chil-
floes Manager OX the Atlanta (G* )
following an extended illness. dren Nathaniel Hines, Portland,
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THE SUN'S POLICY CHOIRS' UNION PROGRAMThe ., Interment will be made in' Smith
Ore.: Mrs. Flordie Lee
Religious Choirs Union CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSArredonda the under
Micanopy Cemetery
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. 'WaitingFor and Mrs. Ruthamae Jefferson,
I entitled "Choirs In
program, the direction of Dorsey Funeral
I i 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials. Parade" will be held at the Wesley Chapel Home. city; a sister, Mrs. Rebell Stig- ,

J 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. St. Paul Baptist Church with Baptist Sunday School, 10 gins, Washington, D.C.; a brother !.

All Rev. at ajn.; and Children's Day, 12 David Reed, Washington,
The Sun's telephones: Departments3728441Want Floyd, pastor, Monday
D.C. and devoted friend J. C.
; a ,
noon, Rev. Robert James,
8 pas-
Ads-376-4672 p.m.The MRS. PEARL DAMS
I,1j public is invited. tor; Mrs. Amy Lee DeBose, re Simon.
porter. Mrs. Pearl Davis, a former Relatives are asked to meetat

resident of Brooker Settlement, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I I A Job Well Done Godot'What NEWBERRY Chorus NEWS to Appear Hope Well Baptist Sunday died in the Alachua General Richard Jefferson, of 1714 N.W.

School, 10 a.m.; morning serv- Hospital Tuesday. She had resided -12th Terrace, at 2:15 p.m. to
The Male Chorus
ices, 11 ajn.; afternoon worship in Beach. form the to the
from the ters with and Pompano procession
When God shaped man improved programs is the level of second- from Archer will appear in a
) 3 and night services
p.m.; Duncan Brothers, morticans, church.
,I dust of the ground, a rod of steel new equipment. ary school student thinking? musical program at the Mt. 6:30 p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, will announce funeral arrange- Duncan Brothers, morticians,
who visits Zora Baptist Church Sunday at I
must have mingled with the com Anyone campuses pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon, re ments later.WHAT. are in charge.
2. Providing a hearing for Negro picks up answers from discussions 8 p.m. porter. I.

mon clay. recreation director Acosta. And and student publica- I i
ROCHELLE NEWS Brooker Greater Bell Me-
tions. 1
while the hearing resulted in no
I We refer to the firmness of. the Ever hear of Godot? Monthly Meeting Set thodist Sunday School, 10:30 f
firm decision and issues remain to
'" deal- "The Exonian" is a twice- The regular monthly meetingof a.m.; and morning worship, .
L ij I Gainesville City Commission in be resolved, it cleared Mr. Acostaof a-week paper published by the St. Paul Cemetery will 11:30 ajn. Rev. A. J. Anderson -

; ing with the recent recreation crisis, any moral misdoing and showedhe the students at the Phillips be held at the Hall Chapel pastor; Mrs. Nellie Moore,

$ which had serious racial overtones. was not to be driven from townon Exeter Academy. It is the Church Sunday at 3 p.m. reporter.
t oldest prep school publicationin All interested persons are in Shady Grove Primitive Bap- OTHER PAPERS 1
a rail just because his skin is .
five America. vited. tist Sunday School, 10 a.m.
These Commissioners are
black. with Superintendent Lewis C.
men, riddled with human flaws like RECENTLY the school's ex- IN HOSPITALMrs. Williams and teachers in J :

the rest of us. But in crisis they 3. Creating the city's first biracial performance perimental theater of Samuel staged Beck-a Susue Welch is a patientin charge; Edward Demps, guest SAY ABOUT GOP

I. d. overcame the weakness of mortal Public Recreation Board composed ett's "Waiting for Godot." It the Alachua General Hospital. superintendent; and Walter

I\ clay and demonstrated once again of seven interested citizens, plus was near the last day of Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re Johnson, guest reviewer. Song

II 1 that men of good will are not found allied officials. classes. Seniors were await- porter. service, choir; devotional serv- I ,
ices. The chief will
!I only on welfare boards, in picket ing graduation. The apathy of NEW YORK (AP) Editorial comment on the battle for
natives in Africa. 4. Ordering employment of a city spring lay heavily on the CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAMThe preach. Song service by choirat the Republican presidential nomination:
lines, or doctoring 7 p.m.; and devotional serv-
personnel director, who will spend campus. The young editor Children's Day programhas
ices. The chief will
i time the was moved by the play. He been set at the Shady Grove evangelist
some improving employment
t I is found the again preach, Lord's Supperand
Good on wrote an editorialLet's : Primitive Baptist Church for
opportunities of Negroes. washing of feet. NEW YORK TIMES: : If Senator Goldwater wins tne He-
I :1, city governing board of Gainesville, "- go. Sunday at 3 p.m. Mt. Carmel Baptist Sun- publican nomination for president he will owe his success,
IIWe can't. The public is invited. in small to little band of silent who have
Florida. Some of the Commission's acts day School, 9:30: a.m.; morn- no part, a men
"Why not? refused to speak their convictions. They are the influential
are strictly remedial, corrective of ing worship: 11 a.m.; B.T.U.,
II-We're waiting for Godot. DISTRICT MEETINGThe
leaders of the Republican Party...
Gainesville had troubles. After a past mistakes. The knotty Acosta "-Ah!... Gainesville District Meet 5:30: p.m.; and evening worship -

I racial incident at the white city problem was precipitated by a hastyact ing has begun at the Church of tion, Services 7 pjn. ,Mid-week 7:30 p.m.Medita-; and Who are these silent men? They are, first of all, Dwight D.

recreational center, the City Com and the City Commission spent "THE PLAY is impossible God in Christ and lasts to Sun- evening worship, 7 p.m. Midweek Eisenhower, who gives the impression of at last acting, onlyto
milestone in the trend of
mission convulsively closed both many frustrating hours applyingthe drama that day.The Meditation Services, 7:30 retreat; Governor Scranton of Pennsylvania, who buildsup

centers-white and Negro-to youth remedy.The contemporary more and more public is invited. 'p.m. Tuesday; Youth Forum hope, only to shatter it; Richard M. Nixon, who stands

activity on weekends. It was a bad puts sibility on the individual respon-actors Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.; and ready for anything in cautious neutrality; and we include
Gainesville Sun earlier editorialized SPECIAL SERVICES 'also choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will Henry Cabot Lodge, who bound as he is by State Department
move, with youth soon to be freedof and less and less dependence -
young people of the have their joint rehearsal, 8 regulation, might have resigned his post in order to come
for alleviation the Some
of the crisis. script.
school for the summer. Friendship Baptist Church are p.m.; and there Teachers' home and speak out in this hour of his party's crisis.
But it cannot take credit for the might argue that it is a play sponsoring special s e r v ices
about nothing. It is the storyof Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Then, in haste, the Negro recrea- forthrightness of the City Commis- two characters, Vladimirand Sunday. Emanuel Baptist Sunday

tion director, Harold Acosta, was sioners. Twas they who sacrificed Estragon, waiting by the During the morning worshipat School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- WASHINGTON EVENING STAR: Mr. Goldwater himself

fired. The timing was unfortunatein hours of time and effort, 'twas they side of the road for an appointment 11 member a.m. Rev.of Jerald Williams, ship, 11 a.m. Rev. T. D. Davis has conceded that a concerted drive by Messrs. Eisenhower,
a Mt. Pleasant
and his congregation will ren- Nixon and Scranton could have denied him the nominationstill
who with Godot
themselves Mr.
disastrous. put on the line, a
fact nearly Segmentsof Methodist
Church, will be the
obvious the der a joint service at the East could, for that matter. When he called off. on last
the community-both white and 'twas they who braved the pressuresof It is plainly that,Mr.as Go- principal speaker; and duringthe New Port Baptist Church with Sunday the charge he had sounded one day before, the old
play ,
i black-became incensed with the pro- curbside and marketplace.To dot will progresses not come, will never there evening will be worship at 7:30 pjn. Rev. A. Jenkins, pastor. Choir soldier assumed a heavy burden of responsibility for the im

cedure. A crisis approached, de- come, that Vladimir and Es- a variety program. No. 2 will have its rehearsal pending eclipse of what once went by the proud name of
the Negro community, the incident have been Monday at 7:30 p.m.; there "Eisenhower Republicanism."
terioration of human relations tragon awaitinghis CHOIRS FESTIVAL
threatened. demonstrated that Gainesvilleis arrival for many years, SCHEDULEDThe will be prayer meeting Tuesday -

governed by men ultimately responsible and that they will go on wait- 7:30 p.m.; and Choir No.
Choirs' Festival will be at
for to with 1 will have its rehearsal Thurs- WASHINGTON POST: If the Republican Party capitulatesto
to reason. There is no ha- ing years come the Zion
But it was stopped* _by the dignity tred here, only the desire to achieve the same deluding, ignorant, Church Sunday Temple at 3 A.M.E. Zion day, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis the Goldwater faction, a large share of the responsibility

of Humanity by the firm response faithful hope. The public is invited.p.m. pastor; Mrs. M. E. Middleton will fall .upon former President Eisenhower. From the begin-

r to the challenge, by the basic justice within practicality. "They are bored, pathetic reporter. ning of the present ordeal for the Republicans, Mr. Eisen.
characters; the play is the First Baptist Sunday hower has blown mildly warm and then mildly cool... It
M humaneness of men. Firmly, the To. the rest of us, the City Com- AILING AT HOME School 9:45: a.m. morning wor-
I story of their futile, groping ; (his performance) is completely out of key with his vigorous
,! City Commissioners resolved the missioners helped us to contend efforts to amuse themselves his Sammie home. Campbell. is ailing at ship, 11 a.m.) afternoon wor- fight for a set of political principles in 1952 when the dangerof

crisis by: against evil and make war on op while waiting. But here is the Mr. ship, Communion, 4 p.m. Rev. a factional GOP nomination was insignificant compared to

1' pression. We can ask nothing else of danger and the magic: the. asked to Campbell's visit him. friends Mrs. F.are D. W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. Bes- that of today.
sie M. Johnson, reporter.Mt. .
itself becomes bor-
play never
1. Reopening the recreational cen- our leaders. Shannon, reporter. Sun-
Herman Baptist -
ing, futile and groping. Thatis
if the characters behind day School, 9:30: a.m.; Rev. A.
f their foppish vaudev i 11 e Pallbearers' Odom, pastor, and his congre- ment which many had hoped would materialize at the gather
I II Lodge No.
I clowning, can show that gation will conduct a joint serv- ing of Republican governors in Cleveland has all but fizzledout
I 113 will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. behalf of the church at
Vladimir and Estragon, how- on to the accompaniment of an uncertain trumpet soundedby
Voice of the at the
meeting place.
People ever interpreted, are abstractions The dues 3 p.m.; Children's Day exer- leaders hesitant to take positive action...
of all humanity. are to be paid at the cises, 3 p.m.; and Baptist

meeting. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, Training Union, 5:30: p.m. The
"WHO IS GODOT? For Leaders like Governor Scranton and former Vice President

I On The Sun's Opinion Page== J I II Vladimir and Estragon he reporter.IN youth gram choir entitled will"Choirs appear in in a pro-Pa Nixon took solace in visions of inducing Senator Goldwaterto

was a man with a white MEMORIAMIn declare himself willing to run on a liberal Republican
rade", Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters beard, we learn. Once he memory of the late James Jerome Scott, union president; platform. Once the Senator has taken such a position, their

must be signed and bear the wntcr'a address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should comes everything will be fine (Pete) Anderson who passed Rev. Richard Harrison, assistant hopeful theory holds, progressive Republicans can clasp Gold-
) not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry canno be used. The and pleasant."We away four years ago, June 12, Mrs. water to their breasts, and campaign for him ardently,
Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or all have Godots..." 1960, at Waldo. reporter.pastor; secure in the belief that everything reactionary in his makeup

r And so we do. Many of us "God touched has been neatly eliminated.Just .
your weary eye-
Feed Failures grow, of education through sell the rope which will be wait for Godot. lids and His
gave precious one
,i cooperation teach against the used to hang them if they can The Exonian editor saw fel- sleep." Mrs. Allie Anderson, who could be deluded by such political gymnastics is
idea that them and low students and those of BAPTISMAL hard to understand.NEW .
Of Communism we change make a profit on it. wife; Mrs. Louise Bryant.
)1' finally converge with them: Furthermore the other secondary schools There will be
) way in daughter, James Anderson, III, baptismal servo
EDITOR, Sun: Let's ex- but some other things also which they are able to use us waiting for grades to" get into grandson; Mary Louise Anderson -ice at the Friendship Baptist YORK HERALD TRIBUNE: "Note to Republicans

amine the mutual "experi- show us that this is not a for their own purposes con- "the best college, waitingto and other grandchildren. Church on Sunday morning. At least the Mets keep trying-
hopeful approach. We know be led out of immaturityinto
firms them in their
U.S. and convictionthat
ences" of the the
that men may be so weddedto "manhood." But what is
USSR in such areas as agri- certain ideas that they do because they are superior to us manhood? EXPOSED LIMITED POWER GRANTS .
culture, trade, athletic -contests they understand how
not let reality teach them is It is not only secondary
history moving, but we are
cutback in
better. Let us take an exam- students who are waiting for

nuclear reduced explosive military materialand budgets.Are ple.Hunger is the hallmark of blind.be philosophy Thus has after been all shown, their to Godot.Members of extremist Gains the Filibuster 'I

these moves "gestures of superior to our way of of :
communism, even in coun- life! groups are waiting for Godot.
hope, or illusions which tries such as Cuba which did For some he is Senator Gold-
blind us to the reality of the Their success, not in agri-
not really know hunger in recent water. For others he is the
Communist force which chal- decades until commu- culture, but in conqueringand promise of the Ku Klux Klan 2Crw Hark eimra jury. And the grave issue teral contempt power is his- litical sub-division to levy

lenges our freedom? nism took over. No Commu- infiltrating various coun- mask and mysteries. Godot By ARTHUR KROCK presented would not have been torically a judicial exercise: taxes for a specific purpose.
tries, ministers to their pride, effectively projected into the Moreover, that the Southern Furthermore the
It is well known that men nist country has been able to is a man in a white beard who suprem-
can learn from their own ex- provide adequately for its assures them that they have will eliminate the income tax. WASHINGTON The Sen- public consciusness if the filibusters who would deny it acy of the federal judiciary

periences. Therefore some subjects. Crisis after crisis the true understanding of Godot is a "true patriot" who ate filibuster, now emphat- House measure had been ram- to the federal courts in equal is now automatically acceptedand

conclude the best to fight arises in agriculture. Further- life and that the future be- will abolish democracy and ically terminated by the first med through the Senate without rights cases approved it for enforced by the executiveand
i communism is not to try to more, Khrushchev knows that longs to them. Man does not set up a strong "republic." invocation in history of clo- change, as long urged by their state courts without re legislative branches.
around turn from his sin when he is sure of debate on equal rights the President, the Departmentof servation.But President Jackson refused to
defeat it but to try to set up although only two per Godot will come along one
experiences which will edu- cent of the land in the Soviet prospering in that sin. day and drive the Communists legislation, made possible the Justice and the all-out sup- the gravity of the issue enforce a Supreme Court in-

cate them out of communism.Thus Union is privately farmed, Therefore we should not go out from under the bed. exposure and limitation of porters of the bill. wainter ified, and its dimen- terpretation of the constitution -

we should find areas of yet from that two per cent to the rescue of communismwhen Godot is success. One day some of the sumptuary pow- Also, without the filibusterit sions broadened, by two new ; President Lincoln disre-

mutual interest and by their farmed comes 40 per cent of it flounders. Instead of the novel will be written and ers granted to the federal would not have been possible factors. The first is that the garded several in the conductof

working with us and by our the potatoes, vegetables, milk discouraging internal dissen- become a best seller. One day government in the text approved for Sen. Dirksen to havegained pending measure establishes a the War Between the

working with them we shall and meat. sion within Communist coun- wealth will come. Meanwhile, by the House. The administration accept- vast federal bureaucracy, with States; and President F. D.

both learn from these mutual But does Khrushchev learnto tries we should encourage it. we have only to wait for "the most important check was the ance of his "package" of other powers restrictive of the free- Roosevelt took ready to do the

experiences and somewhere turn from collective farm- Repeated and continual fail- big break." Conform and wait requirement of jury trials in amendments. None of these dom of individual associationand same if the court outlawed his

down the line both of us shall ing? No. Why? There are at ure over a long period of for Godot. the federal courts for citi- supplies the fundamental limitation the uses of private pro- repeal of the gold clause

change so that we shall con- least two reasons. First, it is time may result in a change, IT IS NOT really odd that zens cited in criminal con- of the federal grant of perty that revert to the dras- guarantee on federal bonds.

verge and remove the aggressive contrary to his ideology. Sec- and perhaps sooner than we the first successful performance tempt on a judge's finding power that was made by the tic laws imposed on the Southin But these were the last and

elements from com- ond, if farms become free, realize for communism has of "Waiting for Godot"was that they committed acts of adoption of the trial-by-jury the reconstruction period. only presidents in that cate-

munism. freedom must spread in the no firm basis in the people. at San Quentin peniten- "discrimination" forbidden in requirement of the amend- The second factor is the cur. gory.

country and the dictatorshipwill There is, however, no way of tiary. Prisoners had a cer- the pending measure. ment proposed by Sen. Morton rent broad assumption of the
There is nothing in Com- dealing with the Communist where defines of But the federal courts of THE MORTON
finally fall. He is ideo- tain advantage. For each (Since this no Kentucky. judicial sup- amendmentis
munist theory or in the his- logically blind to the lesson attacks which offers easy and there was a tangible sort of the general offense the definition bipartisan leadership package remacy over the other two marked for death in the

tory of our dealings with com- taught by such a clear ex safe solutions. But if we realize Godot. One day the parole is left to case-by-case temporarily stays the iron branches of the central gov- House-Senate conference on

:, munism to offer us any hope ample.If the nature of the enemy board would grant parole. appraisal by the federal judiciary hand of the federal govern- ernment. the equal rights bill by its

that cooperation with the we cooperate with them who has challenged us we One day the period of sentence ). ment where state laws to the bipartisan opponents, and

Communists will lead to their and strengthen them agricul- shall better know how to re- would expire. And then every- same purpose exist and are UNEXAMPLED interpretations they may effect their pur-

conversion. We must recog- turally and industrially will spond to the challenge. thing would be all right. So, HAD IT NOT been for the being enforced. of the Constitution by the pose. The Senate-approved
nize that it is a basic tacticof
such educate them? The sad There would seem to be 'ar they could wait for Godot. Senate filibuster the American Supreme Court have author- amendment by Senator Ervinof
communism to
ncn-Communists cooperatewith in answer from history is No. more hope of defeating themon The editor of the Exonian, people would have remained THE PRACTICAL argu- ized federal judges to supplantthe North Carolina rescuing a

or- Our very help is misinter- various levels, than in like the play, had a univer- unaware that the very judges ment made against the Morton state legislatures in appor- citizen held in criminal con
der to achieve
which believe will preted by them, just as they sweetening them through mu- sal message. Godot is never who made findings of criminal amendment was that it tioning the voting districts of tempt from the double jeop-
they claim that our aid to other tual experiences. The failures going to come. Those who contempt in enforcing com- would prevent verdicts of the states in which membersof ardy of a trial on the same
them closer to worldconquest
.. 4 'move nations today is a new formof which we help bring, combined wait so patiently do so witha pulsions for a revolutionary criminal contempt in equal the legislature and of Con- charge, may not survive the

1 colonialism. Aid which we with its own inner contra deluding ignorant, faithful! change in the social and economic rights cases, no mention be- gress are chosen. Recently parliamentary situation which

I Not only does the history extend them helps confirm dictions and failures, may hope. Life is full, of move- structure of the nation ing made however of the obvious for the first time in the legal requires that it be voted on

'' I of past attempts, which failed them in their ideology which spare the world from nuclearwar ment and change. And how could unilaterally deny to defendants bias of the federal and general history of the again. But neither would have

l tt to change communism but says that capitalists arestu- and enslavement. exciting it is to cope with it the hard-won Anglo- courts the other way. The le- United States, the Supreme prevailed even temporarily

did enable it to survive and pid that they would, in effect OBSERVER how dull to wait for Godot._ Saxon privilege of trial by gal argument was that unila- Court commanded a state po- without the filibuster.



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I. Today ARK ET H

.! Miss Nancy Katherine Becker G i I el I n n1f!lin9punnii' ,III vin i ii I II11
bride-elect of Lawson De- Girls State RepresentativesRepresenting i II It!! .i i cuM

wayne Tucker was honored at MINIT
t a bride's luncheon given today Miss EITS
" at the Holiday Inn by Mrs Gainesville during elect of I I
Elbert Voss.A the 1964 session of Girls of I II
corsage of white roses and State at Florida State Univer- were I G u f
carnations was presented to sity in Tallahassee next week when Mrs.
.' will be two high school seniors. tertained
f Miss carnations Becker were and presented corsages of to Miss Margaret Hampton, dau*. luncheon 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
) ghter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wade '
her mother Mrs. Charles H. NEW LOW PRICES
I Hampton III, will be the delegate -
<< Becker and to Mrs. Donald
and white
from Gainesville High GOOD IN ALL OUR
l M. Tucker, mother of the bride mums anJ
groom-elect. Miss Sharon Preston, daughter i yellow 16th Avt. 1023 SE 4th Avc
The hostess also presented a of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pres- rc table. A Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Unir. Aye
gift of silver in her chosen pat ton is to be the delegate fromP. and green 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd.
tern to the bride-to-be. K. Yonge High School. the party 4105 NW 13th St.
Decorations were carried out' The two representatives, who ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. &441
In pink and white. Centered by will be seniors next year were = Corsages SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW &Main
Miss Tyre : 710 E. Noble Ave.
a"bride doll low arrangements elected for their outstanding
of flowers and were w w; r ;r J mother
greenery qualifications by their schools h fx Mrs.
jsed on the table. I and the Gainesville American BRANDS King Size -
q frioxville! ,
The guest list included Miss Legion Auxiliary.Girls 4 ,. ,e tw < Filters RegularsCIGARETTES (
t Becker Mrs. Becker Miss Ann I State,' sponsored
; Becker, sister of the honoree; throughout the country by the silver.gave !
,'4 Mrs. Tucker; Mrs. W. Travis Auxiliary was organized as a ;
;, Loften and Mrs. J. Alfred Rob- national Americanism activityby r\ Miss
bins, aunts of the bride-elect; the National American Legion \ : tendants !

Mrs. Connie W. Tucker, aunt Auxiliary in 1937. rL- a..___ party. I
of the bridegroom-elect; Mrs.S. The week long non partisan r.t Seated
David Bristowe Miss Janis and non political program the two $269 I

.., Loften, Mrs. Richard Maury, provides citizenship trainingand : onel Sands j
gives delegates an opportunity -
Mrs. J. Alfred Robbins Jr., of the
Miss Helen Ann Davies and to participate in govern- Denise ;
Miss Marianne Davis. ment functions in the State Cap- elect,

The marriage ceremony will ital.The Valdosta, KING SIZE
t be solemnized at 3 p.m. tomorrow Gainesville Businessand of
I in the McCaul Chapel of Professional Women's Club fH mother of
and the Gainesville Woman'sClub
I the First Baptist Church. All great-aunt COLA
have both participated financially -
I friends families ...
of the two are -- of _
Invited to attend the weddingand with the auxiliary in Leaving today for Tallahassee to attend Girls The
reception, which will follow this program. State were :Miss Margaret Hampton, left, and Miss Tyre
tials will
in the lower auditoriumf Mrs. Blanche T. Me C a 1 n Sharon Preston, right, :who will. represent Gainesvilleat at 7:30
serves as Girls State chairmanfor p.
the church. the 1964 sessions. 3 9c
tist Church
the auxiliary...
Brides' I- --- ception parents in I

Ii i City Students to Study Abroad )of the Drain I or KING SIZE

Book add to ;
I Five weeks of French study Mrs. Marguerite Rhea, Gaines- The students will live at the oysters
FRIDAY. June 12 and one week of sightseeing in!ville High School faculty mem- Hotel Universitaire in Leysin stretch j COCA COLA
Dinner honoring Mr. and London and Paris will fill sum ber, are supervising the city''with high school classmatesfrom there's
Mrs. Dean Pappas, of Balti- students. Michigan, Idaho, Wash-
more, 7 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. mer vacation days for a groupof ington, Pennsylvania, Georgia,
Harry Duncan and Mr. and city high school students attending This special summer lan- Iowa, Ohio, Montana, Arkansas,
Mrs. Bill Bostain at the former's school in Leysin Swit guage program is organized by Indiana, Utah, Ohio and Ken-
home 2620 SW Eighth zerland. the National Union of Students. tucky. 39c
Drive Faculty from the University of
Rehearsal dinner complimenting The group, who will leave Zurich will conduct the classes. Weekend trips have been
Miss Dorothy Tyre New York by plane from Ken Those from Gainesville attending ,scheduled for the American students -
and their son, Herman Saat- nedy International Airport tomorrow the language school will to Geneva, Turin, the It has
kamp Jr., of Knoxville, 7:30p. at 1:30 p. m., will travel be: I French Riviera and a long must change J"1' BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
m., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. I under the direction of two
Saatkamp Sr. of Knoxville.Bride's city teachers. David Dusenbury, Bruce weekend to Milan, Florence, her
luncheon honoring Green, Alex Scimmarella, Nor- Rome and Venice.
Miss Veronica Pullan, P. K. man Reynolds, Pat Waldo, and
Katherine Becker I
Miss,' bride-elect Nancy of Lawson- Yonge language teacher, and Aimee Anderson, Mary Ellen The group will go from Paristo can be
Anderson, Sue Banks, Mary Lou London by channel boat and of
t Dewayne Tucker, 12:30 p.m.,
Mrs. Elbert Voss, Holiday Fagan, Tina Gennaro Marilyn will drive up to StratfordonAvon -
I Jane Redding and Rowena Gail .
Inn. CalendarOf to attend a Shakespearianplay. 7 9c
Bridesmaids, luncheon hon- Sobezk. I

oring Miss Dorothy Tyre, Others in the party include I 107
t bride-elect of Herman Saat- The Gainesville party will
Cheryl Hartley of Orlando; Patricia re-I
p.m.kamp, Mrs.Jr. of Donald Knoxville Rothwell, 12:30, EventsTODAY Callis of Chesterton, Ind; turn to New York City July .

t Primrose Inn.Miscellaneous. Blanche Estelle Skinner of Jack- or CARLINGBEER
I shower com- sonville; Irene MacCotter of Pa- .,. """"" : A.'W..; '-:1:"; ft {'
Jane 12 "" ''''
plimenting Miss Penny Hendry, latka and Miss Paula Rhea of : .
bride elect of William C. Can- Gainesville Golf and Coun- Gainesville. :
ady Jr., 8 pjn., Mrs. C. W. try Club dinner-dance. ..-!! J "
Reave 1930 NW 8th Avenue. ner, 7 to 10 p.m., Din-I I
SATURDAY June 13 from 9 p.m. until 1 a.
Luncheon honoring Miss Music by Jerry Smith m.l I
Chris Carlisle, fiancee of Faculty Club "Ship w r Qts79c
Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, Party Clubhouse, We
Newberry Road, dinner serv-
12:30: p.m., Mrs. John Kitchens I
1920 SW Eighth Drive, edat7p.m.
I Kirkwood. SATURDAY June 13
Wedding of Miss Nancy I PABST BLUE RIBBON
Katherine Becker and Law- House Staff Wives Club, Cro-
son Dewayne Tucker 3 pjn., Jolf-Swim and Supper Club
McCaul Chapel of the First i Party, 4 pjn., Mrs. Willim En- BEER
Baptist Church reception following neking, 1641 NW 12th Road. \ If4t
f at church. Mgt
Wedding of Miss Dorothy ClubDinnerDance "tc l '':*. Tsji:. :: ; ::: : : : : ::
Country ea
Corinne Tyre, daughter of Mr. Save i : ..
and Mrs. Park Trammel Tyre ; : ; I
and Herman Joseph Saat- : Cans99c
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. The Jerry Smith Septet will S40
kamp Jr., of Knoxville son
for the Saturday dinnerplay -II, Brides' Books Bibles .
Saatkamp Sr., of Knoxville, dance of the Gainesville Golf Plus Many Bridal Items SLANT-0-MATIC' C'-: :.
7:30 p.m., First Baptist and Country Club, when members Dtsk Model. t
Church. Reception followingin CALL US FOR QUALITY < GOLDEN RIPE
> will be privileged to bring Some new- com demon-
the lower auditorium of the local guests. I WORK PROMPTLY DONE strstor -some floor models .
church. CHESNUT OFFICE torn sewing room ; .
Bridesmaids luncheon, 12:30p.m. Dinner will be served from 71 machines [ .
Inc. Zig-zags for darning mendIng .: :/:
until 10 with dancing EQUIPMENT ,
Miss Jan Purvisand p. m. embroidering without l' .\." '
her mother Mrs. E. Pur- scheduled from 9 p. m. until 106 W. Unir. Avc. FR 2-8421 tptcial attachment '
vis, Holiday Inn. 1 a. m. Decorative stitching (
e Slant needle :
Rehearsal dinner Reservations are required.
honoring Built-in threading chart and .. :
Miss Jan Purvis and their son eye level stitch chart 1 lOC
Jack Bennett Ramsey Mr. ftedwctwM on ether censeto '. : .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey at t.\ Gas Genie says: models-up to 130!

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Baptist Church.Postwedding .

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wife will pick up a tramp but this seems too important to ignore. An unmarried man DOGPATCHERSmEYCAiNTRGGER JOE BTFSPLK \
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lady a IBY THET
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and treat her like a lady, and then will turn around and in our neighborhood has had a steady procession of clean- BUZZARD KNC7YJ: IS HEADED HARMVHE \ MEANS FOWLP4"GUNS .
treat his wife like a tramp: ing women and girl friends coming and going regularly.You IS HEADED P0\ HERE// OESTBRIN6S)OR FOUL/!/
Some time ago you stated in the confidential section of your can't even tell which is which. This last one seems to DOoMTCH:: HARM lW1F

/ column: "The worse a man's morals are, the better he wants be staying longer than the rest With summer coming on, ? P
I his wife's to be." How do you reconcile the two answers? their comings and goings are so plain to see-especially by ni HIM..
MRS. A. the children. Since some are old enough to wonder why a z '

1 DEAR MRS. A.: A man whose morals are low wants his bachelor seems to have a "wife" how does one explain it? ; ;

wife's morals to be high, but he prefers a tramp for a I can't say the woman over there is his "wife" because he r _
t sweetheart because he has a feeling of worthlessness and might make a change next week. What do you suggest? 7 I1,

Inferiority with his wife-but not with the tramp. And bet OHIO 1f

cause a ,man treats his wife like a tramp does not mean DEAR OHIO: I suggest that you tell anyone who inquires / r p ew
he wants her to behave like one. Married men who cheat including the children) that you know nothing about your i -T

", with tramps have no desire to marry one. Comprehende? neighbor's personal life.

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WASHINGTON We've decided but I'm getting in WATCH TWAT Yew you V/ANTT no. r ca rr. I
you on may not agree with him, but The clock at the railroad station (..aRoxEu, )
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remake the and ME TO HELP Tsai GENERAL'SINTA'
i, to very successful years, I don't feel it's my I'm not going to mess with read 11:45. The citizens .NGLEO S'l '
I movie, "High Noon." In place to interfere. I don't like him. go IT? F.EiP: PHONE
to see the Rock. He tells them AROUN:' IS.,
I order to bring it up to date, the Arizona Kid any more than "But the Old Sheriff wants be can't stop the Arizona Kid Yt7UR LEG Cby ILPI Jll '

1 we're going to have to changethe you do, but I'm not going to you to run against the Kid," alone. He almost got killed m"o 9" c(( (
story around a bit. In our get messed up in town politics." someone says. "You know the :: : :

film they're having an electionfor "But everyone respects you," Arizona Kid will set Little Ele- ing."I'm 4& 1
sheriff in the town of Little the citizens plead. "If you say phant Horn back 20 years." willing to go out into ,
Elephant Horn. Much to every- the Kid's irresponsible, a lot of "I know it," Pennsylvania Bill the street with a gang 'of guys ,1 I(

one's surprise the Arizona Kid folks are going to listen." .says, "and I'm available. But and I can supply some guns and

announces he's going to run for "Boys, you know I don't like the only way I can be convincedis horses. But the Arizona Kid has : x G-tz :
the office. The Arizona Kid is to deal in personalities. I got if all the me out numbered and I can't

noted for being quick on the I I my farm and my cattle and I've me on their townspeople shoulders carry down do it by myself." \Y/\

draw and shooting first and ask been through the war. I just Main Street. It's five of 12. The responsible o

ing questions afterwards. The t want to settle down and be left "Would you consider being citizens hear the train whistle -
respectable citizens in the town alone. deputy sheriff?" and they all go to their

are horrified at the thought The clock at the railroad station -: ""I'd have to find out where houses lock the doors, and pull wal.F EVEKMM HAVE SOME-Y THANKS. I (MEANWHILE..
of his being sheriff. shows 11 o'clock and Arizona the Arizona Kid stood first butI down their window shades.At .w DOH7 ou Ei ER NOT It o OFTEN! TWINS SPECIAL TO PQ LET ME J APPRECIATE How A60UT'ouz COMING TO NCl ear r NAVE ,
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are wouldn't rule it out" )EGH1;GARY. LEAVING MOTHER K HAPPY TO SPEND AM ,PMTr-.4 1
I the Arizona Kid's henchmen are whooping it up. It's 11:30 and the nervous cit- gets off the train as his laughing AWWE! EVENING WITH HER! 5-N TOMOgP1O0W 1 HAVEA ?

r waiting at the railroad station The citizens decide to ride izens go over to see former henchmen cheer. He walks .:= s I
for him to arrive on the noon over and see Pennsylvania Bill Deputy Sheriff Dick. They plead down the main street of Little : rQsj
train. and ask him if hell run againstthe with him to do something about Elephant Horn prepared to ;,., u1 } .rO. l.
S It's 10:45 ajn. on the station Arizona Kid.Pennsylvania the Arizona Kid. shoot it out with anyone who

clock. A small group of respon- Bill says, "If Dick says, "Men, ,IH do anything tries to stop him. But no one !!!!61111 7' \
sible citizens go over to visit the everyone in this town comes to anyone wants me to- dares to come out into the hot I S_) ,4I

S Old Sheriff at his farm to perSuade me and says they want me to be but I ain't going to tangle with noon. sun.
:' him to come out against sheriff, then I'll consider !Q r
run- the Arizona Kid. If you can The only difference between S / I
11 the Arizona Kid. ning for the office. But I'm not knock him off -
I'd be very hap- our film and the original "High : P a
The Old Sheriff shakes his going out into the street and py to run for ,sheriff., But I'm Noon" is that in this one -.. '1

q head. "Boys, I'd like to help try to stop the Arizona Kid II not about to get into a fight" wants to play Gary nobodyl ; r; r ,. :

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Friday, June 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1

Alabama. NegroesAtTemporaryHalt alp Sees Dream .J

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Realized in 'America9By ,
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP- fort to negotiate the long-

Negro leaders temporarily abandoned -standing dispute over segrega-
plans to renew protest 2 Films Delight '
.f marches today until they get a tion.The 0 New Dark wtmt naivete and gentleness of the
injunction suit came aftera
federal court ruling on a BOSLEY CROWTHER youth.
requested three-hour mass meeting in a Ella Kazan Tells Modern Davis and Elena Ka-
injunction against police Ella Kazan's Greek uncle Harry
i interference. Tuscaloosa Negro church. Adults ChildrenHOLLYWOOD who was the first of his familyto ram as his parents Lou Antonio -

.; An injunction was filed in U.S. Five of the Negro leaders and emigrate to the United Statesis of 'Home' as the treacherous Turk,
,) District Court in Birmingham I two others who identified them- paid a splendid tribute by Odyssey Journey Salem Ludwig as his Constan-
Thursday but no date was set selves as members of the Black (AP) It's a is mis-titled leading the movie his nephew in the new film tinople uncle, Linda Marsh as
immediately for a hearing. Muslim sect were arrested as pleasure to report two attrac- shopper to believe it might be "America America," (now his briefly affiance and Paul
1 Until the court acts a Negro'they left the church. The 300 tions which the family can at- another Peter Sellers adventure- playing at Gainesville's State and finally finds his spiritual him for selecting a splendidcast Mann as her beaded, boisterous -

{ spokesman, the Rev. T. Y. Rog- other Negroes who had gatheredwith tend without boring the adults: comedy. It concerns the Man- Theatre). home. to perform his colorful father are standouts in a

ers, said no more demonstra- the announced intention of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" hattan adventures of a pair of It is a tribute expressed en- Furthermore, the narrative characters and for directingall cast that offers gemlike per-

tions would be attempted. But defying a'police ban on demon- ,and "The World of Henry Orient over privileged, underloved tirely in vivid, vigorous motion- construction of this lengthy account of them so well. A Greek formances in even the smallest

be appealed to leaders of the strations made no effort, how- ." teen-age girls. pictire terms, to the courage, of the trek of a youth from lad, Stathis Giallelis (pronoun- roles.

l white community to sit down at ever, to march through down- "Molly" is the second of Mer- One is a saucer-eyed, pig- tenacity and foresight that darkest Asia Minor to the melt- ced STAll this YalahLEASE) If Mr. Kazan's picture wasn'tso
a conference table in ef- town streets. edith Willson's music- of York is achievedwith is the determined and,
an sunshiny tailed daughter of a broken drove the young man to fight ing pot New incredibly good as overwhelmingly long
' als to be filmed and the firstto marriage inured to loneliness.The his way out of a land of bond- images that have poetic hero, putting fire and consequently, so often redundant -
be improved in the movie other is virtually abandonedby age in Turkey at the turn of the' flavor. They have strong black- spirit into the role as well as it would be what? Even

'r j Judge Simpson version. I' her traveling parents, a Bea- century and on to this land of and white pungency, the excitement a poignant revelation of the finer than it is.
"Music Man" somehow lost its tIe-haired girl who races over freedom where his strength and and tension of strident -- -- -

small-town flavor as a film. But the cityscape in a mothy fur his spirit might have full play. language, the power and shock' One Full Pound LUNCH . .. 65c upI
"Molly," with its rhapsodies to coat. They meet and form an And since the recipient of the ,of mighty words. Along with the DINNER .. .. 85cu

Sticks to Law frontier life was a natural for alliance to idolize and haunt a tribute might be any young im- truly epic strophes of Manos KC Sirloin ? ALFORD'SfCD 1

movies, and the MGM treatmentis sleek-haired pianist Sellers. migrant of that day, the film Js} Hadjidakis's musical score, they TOWER HOUSE
big-wide, sun-splashed land- Their attention plays havoc with indeed not only a tribute but develop an assault upon the k $195 Wi r
'\ By,F. T. MacFEELY precedents. scapes; open-throated singingand his furtive affair with a mar- also a ringing ode to the whole senses that may leave one com- '. 210 E. UNIVERSITY
Segregationists who be : uninhibited dancing; acting immigrant wave. pletely overwhelmed.One -------- -
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Judge) may ried woman. great surging ----- ------- --
h Bryan Simpson is neither an in- looking to call him a "Yankee without subtle touches. An ode that is what it is, may also find one's sen-
novator of the law nor an activist -carpetbagger" are thwarted. "Molly" is a tour de force fora The prospect of watching. a, precisely for the story conveyed ses exhausted by they sheer IT'S ALL NEW!

in integration, whatever Simpson is deeply rooted in musical actress and there full-length film about two precocious in this film is a is a minor -:1 length and bulk of the film, i iI i

some people in St Augustinemay Florida traditions. He was was considerable doubt in Holly- 14-year-olds sounds for, odyssey that has the major con-: which is based upon his uncle's FILMED IN FLORIDA I
say about him. born in Osceola County in cen- wood, including Willson's, that bidding but director George notations of a rich lyric epic true-life experiences and a i
When the tral Florida 62 years ago. He Debbie Reynolds was up to it. Roy Hill alternates belly-laughs poem. It is a story as ancient, fictional account of them that

l white haired is a graduate of the Univer- She was and is. She impells the, with tenderness in deft style. as Homer as modern as the! Mr. Kazan wrote. For the writ- Here comesDjpper,

j senior judge of Man sity of Florida; was an assistant movie along by sheer talent and Sellers is capital, as always.But ., dossier on the kid who has tried er-director has been no less economical 11'the.f
the middle district state attorney and Florida energy. the gems of the "Orient"are three times to enter this country with the footage de- : arlEss. fM
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6f Florida In The circuit judge before his appoint- Harve Presnell has both the Tippy Walker and Merrie, as a desperate but clumsy voted to separate sequences

struck down a ment to the federal bench in voice and the size for the stal Spaeth, two natural actresseswho ., stowaway. And in ,it is packed than he has been with the mis- + +yttNlaylYaesanAn

police ban on News 1950. wart Johnny Brown and seemsa will give every parent of by Mr. Kazan all the longing, cellanea packed in the indi- heri Tors Producmn #
night demonstrations -! One of his grandfathers servedin good bet for stardom. teen-age girls twinges of recog, frustration and ultimate joy of vidual scenes.

I and ""1" '' the Union Army and one in "The World of Henry Orient" nition. the tireless wanderer who seeks All goes well when he is viv-

I ordered an end to what he the Confederate Army duringthe idly describing the Turkish ter- f1ipPeft.

called brutal jail treatment in Civil War. ror in Anatolia, the, rugged
St. Johns County this week he His first racial case in the Prize Writer First Treated as Orphan region where the hero lives with dW ,

cited a multitude of authorities early 1950s, didn't involve inte- his family and from which he .... 1amn. 1\\;

drawn from the actions of higher gration, he recalled recently. A is determined to escape. Mr. LUKE sMPIN.PAMElA iureti: \\\ .1\
Carl Reinerc 'One Potato'By Now Winner -
judges before him. group of Negroes asked the rightto Kazan presents, at the outset, .

After citing these legal prece- attend concerts in the city's the sight of an abortive mas- ...ltIIiIMJHIW// ., .1.1in
dents for.his Injunction allowing auditorium under the separatebut BOB THOMASAP on the script written by vet- sacre that leaves no doubt of ,
the Southern Christian Leader. equal racial philosophywhich Just a Movie-Telvision Writer I eran author Raphael Hayes. It!why his uncle wanted to get out METROCOLOK -'t':. ;:\

ship Conference to resume night prevailed before 1954. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Last' was shot in 34 days at Paines-, of there. ..c 3
marches, Simpson said he could Simpson ordered them admit By BOB THOMASAP year it was "David and Lisa. ville, Ohio, which Weston remembered And his brilliantly visualized At

quote many other authoritiesbut ted but after 60 days so the city Movie-Television Writer This year "One Potato, Two Po-, from his youth as a description of the youth's en- 7:31. 9:46XIJIBXIttf
that might take so long as, could have time to install sep- HOLLYWOOD (AP-"I'm a tato" is the Cinderella movie. I "typical, Grant Wool type of counter with a Turk who shamelessly Dm11Features

to disregard the urgency of the arate toilets and other facilities.In hack doing hack work. But to Both films were created Midwest town." Actors were recruited prays upon.his innocenceand
situation. a sense he did set one prec- other hacks I'm a good writer." against great odds by tyro from Hollywood and I robs him of the few pos
"I've never consciously tried edent. It came in his decision That is Carl Reiner's analysisof movie makers using unknown New York and in Pahesville as sessions with which he starts

to do anything but determinethe that teaching and administrativestaffs his talents. Majority opinionin actors and authentic back- well.The out from his home is as crisp STARTS TONITE NW

binding precedent and follow of Volusia and Duval Hollywood does not concur. grounds. Both were treated like I n'.vce film maktrs: trou- and engrossing a sequence as 2 SUPERB HITS!
it," Simpson said. County schools must be integrated -Reiner, onetime second bananato orphans until film festival hon! bles weren't over. Aft r putting anyone could wish. Rlv IN TlIOA NATR!
as well as the pupils. But he has in begins to Open 7:00, Show 7:45 ,, _... .,IIUlI".
,He feels that is the obligation Sid Caesar, emerged ors stirred interest in their com- the movie together, they found But the movement H.- R/ je
of a,;U.S. district judge under delayed enforcement of this provision recent years as the most ver- mercial possibilities. they ccbton't sell it. wax sluggish when Constantinople FIRST TIMES SHOWN ON SAME PROGRAM4 *

t the oath he took; and it is up to indefinitely. satile and successful writer in "One Potato Two Potato" "Distriri tors liked the p!.:tur( is reached and the youth ACADEMY AWARD WINNERSBest -
the eleven circuit courts of appeal His opinions have drawn mail town. I was made by two veterans of bat they didn't know what to do gets involved with his uncle,
and telephone calls of praise His status confirmed at I cut-throat longshoremen and Actor Sidney
was "
aswell as the U.S.Supreme Hollywood television with it, said Wes-:'!. "And
Court io 'set new trends and and condemnation from both the Television Academy awards, Sam Weston, 36, lookalike- producer they were worried about losing treacherous prostitutes. And it THE MOST EI sides in .
'. .. some disputes.uThat's when "The Dick Van Dyke the Sou.iiern market"But wearisomely meanders througha
brother of comedian Jack Wes-
what you get when Show" Reiner's creation, tookto folksy but too-long episode in ;" .
Laos. Flights you try to follow the line of the phonors with five Emmies. ton, and director Larry Peerce, an agent; liked the fll-nand which the lad finds himself suf-
34 of famed tenor Jan showed it to British Lion,
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law, he said. His first screenplay, "The Thrillof focated by the rich family of a "" < Olrlfr
Peerce. Yet the film Is not of which b-light the w..it rights
t Will Resume Six UF MDs it All," was a top money- Hollywood nor does it deal witha Then came the Cai-nes Film young woman he almost weds.
maker of 1963. Mr. Kazan likewise gives '"
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subject that the major studios Festival where ha u Potato, .
k Reiner also wrote a novel, too much attention'to the ship-
AwardedCancer would ordinarily touch. Two Potato" drew t.i biggest 0Jtn
"Enter *' which was board experiences of the NEli (@
Laughing young RAlrffJlJn.'H
Phouma ovation in nine and Bar-
Says Its theme is miscegenation. A years 1
GrantsTwelve converted into a Broadway hit. man when he finally embarksfor .
i Add to this his television and white Midwestern divorcee witha bara was America. The lad's serviceas ;:. J.... Wfltll11.
award. Now 'l.J
VIENTIANE Laos (AP) marries fellow factory the best actress
daughter a to'the i '"
the wife of
with 2,000- 4.
medical record dates a gigolo ST ACTOR
Premier Souvanna Phouma said students, six worker who is a Negro. Her Weston and Peerce are readyto SIDNEY rOITlER ty
Mel Brooks- merchant is neither (fJl Shown TwiceFirst
at the year-old rug
College of Medicine II ad.
of the rewards of their 1963 Berlin j
that U.S. reconnaissance, first husband after hav- reap '
today the University of }Florida and plus hosting the weekly "Celeb- appears venture. amusing nor wholly believable.And flL1IfutlVJI) pyyhNflRRT5T, $ & Last
Central Laos will deserted her and he
flights over ing sues
CBS. too much is made of the
I six at the School of rity Quiz" on
resume in the next day or two Medicine, "Look I've got a way with for custody of the child. The personal sacrifice! a.friend. Best Actress Patricia Neal
University of
because "important moveIments" for Miami cancer research are recommended -comedy" he says. "I've got the judge decides in favor of the Local Bug Club makes so the hero can get into Best Supporting Actor Melvyn Douglas

of Communist forces fellowship grants, issued by the kind of a mind that if you dropa father. the United States. The fine Best Cinematography James Wong Howe

are under way there. Florida Division of the American situation into it, I can come Weston told about the two To Hear Prof statement_ made by the picturedoesn't __ ,. __ Jw
"One Potato
The flights were suspended year ordeal in getting -
much lush
will need
Cancer Society. up with a scene that play I s>o em-
at Souvanna's re- Two Potato" financed,
Wednesday "
: Each grant of $600 is madeto and get laughs. looked at. Dr. Clyde Smith head of the bellishment.But PAUL NEWMAN
filmed and
quest. support the students in studies He was especially happy withDick's finally I Department of Entomology at for all that the senti- -L. t's'1.
"Unfortunately, the premiertold First came the matter of I
selection over four University -'ment surges when Ellis Islandis
or projects the North Carolina State
cancer I ILarry's
a news conference, "recent money. With a large assist from and Is"HUD"!
series reached
dramatic actors as finally
research field during a three- fund will address the next monthly -: "
Information reaching us shows mother, an expert 'Karan catches the of immigrants -
month summer period. actor. "I'm glad people finally of the Gainesville : poetry
) that important movements of The announcement was made realize the worth of a comedian- raiser for charity, the two boys Entomology Club Tuesday, June! arriving in America. -. -' 'f -lXMR.IHVIJ ......
f and Vietminh lined list of backers. :; '
Pathet Lao a likely MIJ
t u.mI
doesn'thappen authentic -
he said. "It With some masterfully
yesterday by Dr. N. actor,
W. Lar-
t troops are taking place in these They had to sell the prospectson 16.The I and hard- .41" OOU61JS
kum Naples often; Chaplin never staging a I jfAl'de LDL.
president of the
(Communist controlled) zones. contributing then return to talk will be given at a __ .
Society's Florida Division. won an Oscar, nor has Cary I focus camera, he gives ,us as PRAvSIoIrI\ .
"The flights will therefore be The collect after'they had organizedas luncheon meeting of the club I aatr.raGLatiol. Mil 1fT.".'I&'OJ( IW1IIJ rut.I .
of the Grant. Yet what they do justas fine an understanding of that m i M> .m MOT .rlmu.U KJKTW I MtUttXl KUtiE
purpose summer research at 12 at the Park Lane I
continued and If the Pathet Lao a partnership.
fellowships, Dr. Larkum difficult as dramatic acting, I.drama as the screen has ever
want them to stop it is up to Filming started last August Cafeteria. -
explained is to attract more or more so. had.We I
them to create" the necessary medical students to studies of I must also be thankful to .
cancer in its many phases, and Won't Quit
to direct their knowledge and
80 New York talents towards possible improved -, AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) An
85-year-old woman doesn't be-
treatments and eventual
Delegates cures of the disease. live in retirement.Mrs. .
Students who will participatefrom C. M. Waddey works a

Back Rocky the University of Florida' 40-hour week as owner of a DINING- I a Spare-Time
and has desireto
and their projects are Burton' printing shop no
W. March, Ar- retire. M ,- DANCING
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Gov. Mention retirement and she i Newspaper Route Is the
peels of Normal and Pathological
Nelson A. Rockefeller had at r
shakes her head.
Bone; Mrs. Ronica M., jtewersityhm COCKTAILS
least 80 of New York's 92 dele- life "
Kluge, Studies of Aromatic Acid "I want to work my ,
gates to the Republican Na- she Best
Metabolism: Sam H. Moorer says. Thing
tional Convention securely committed I Jr., Effect Upon Mutation .'.........-.
today to his fight for the .. --
Induced .
by 5-Bromuracil -
.' .yre+r i
presidential nomination and a in Media of Various pH Values; i I TONIGHT & That Bill
'moderate", forward looking Stephen B. Vogel Effect of tt111 gJ f'ita! Ck ickat, I SUBURBIADRIVE SATURDAYSHOW ;/

platform. Tetracycline Bound Mit<*-cycin .. -IN THEATRE
.. .pJ' ,
GOP State Chairman Fred A. Compounds on Growth and Met .... ... I N TM TIME 7:30
Young predicted the total would astases of VX2 Carcinoma of *.. I : Ever Did"When
be at least 85 by the time the the Rabbit 214 NW 13th All !. OCala fR 6-6472 I ir lloA1/MRIou7IJ3 -

convention opens in San Francisco 111<"

The July delegation 13. gave Rockefeller p Academy Award Nominations 1tiii i.fiis
mother watches her become
at here a son an
its support a meeting
Thursday and the governor responded -: Pr BEST DIRECTOR SCREEN PLAY in -',- t'x':,,.J irrr..w..r..r of erf. reliable and resourceful young businessman -

by pledging to carry his I PICTURE STORY DRAMA ATWARWITH as he serves and builds a newspaper

fight "all the way." Before the| ART DIRECTION ACTOR ftllMIIIf : route it's no wonder that she is so glad

meeting Rockefeller had informal I _,* and proud. And that Dad is too!
commitment from home ENDS SAT. \ .-.y-_..-.,--r--_r.r..-..-_._.--.. I XtS!
--- of the few
--- A newspaper route one opportunities -
state delegates, but his cam.\\
paign strategists At :30 811......... 24 FEATURE I left in our modern world where a

formal endorsement would I 5:00*- 8:30 R.\ra\Y\' SAUDId1f.I4110i183it 1_' I' young man can . earn a weekly profit

strengthen his hand against I : _.I .UlRBMrS ; . take trips win prizes. gain

Sen. Barry GoMwater front-'] FROM ItUMM ; valuable business training . and develop
running candidate for the nomi- K me1l8SIIIIIII'ICan mm of the mrrHOLDING -I WIIIII.eIIE. poise confidence and initiative.If .

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J@tton: -.u euen "' -an -1 ww iDmfIJJWfS u
Of the 78 delegates and 45 alternates ..eWa PITTECHMC8LK 1III&m&wJII :r={ you are between the ages of 12 and 16

who attended the meet- and would like more information on how

ing only one vote was. cast, dt l you can become a Sun Carrier Salesman call

Xgalnsnbe.jendorseinent resolu- 1 FR 28441. A representative will be happy to
( tfon br-Vincent :J. Walsh of 1
aIR: L. talk to you.Oiaiut5uil1e.
Carder City, a supporter of ,
C 1aw ter.I .
I 1 _The, voting assured Rockefel- OVER GREATEST 11II11ICOIhG
Are of the
\ Je '.j ,72, votes.,But he also,was UP STiOfCG inn
Tertahrof the backing of three Features Ever Filmed -The Life and Times of WITH A SONCIHasa. !!!! 8_ r.
bS nt ;:..U.S.- Sens. Jacob K. 4. *- -

vitaand: Kenneth ,B. Keating DYLAN THOMAS otl:00-4:30-8:00 30 Minutes '

!;a nj.S. Rep. John'Lindsay. 1' __
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f. .'We .9re Going To Be Better Team, Says State Coach


I I TALLAHASSEE Mississippi State football coach Paul a lot, mentioning his Bears of last year with quarterbackDon think that statement, and IVe heard it, too, is made by

; It Davis is lecturing at the annual Florida State University Trull and Miami with George Mira. Bridgers was told who try to defend their lack of a passing game.

I football clinic on defense. that many coaches, who like a ground game, contend that until they get a great passer like Trull or Mira. They'll

r emphasis on passing with the standup containing And how."
Comes, next Sept. 26, at the Memorial Stadium in Jackson dropback,
,, Fi LLUN blocking necessary to protect the thrower, results in poor drew a laugh at yesterday's press luncheon with
Miss., 50,000 football fans are going to in for the
I pour game blocking performances from the same players when a run coaches when he said the FSU Clinic has more red tape
between Florida's Gators and the of the
new pride Magnolia
is called for. any he's ever seen. "They asked me for 400 copies of
State Davis' football team.
I clinic speech. Why. It added up to 76 pounds," Bridgers

But Davis isn't working on any defense to keep perhapsa "Bunch of Nothing""That's .

record crowd from showing up. In fact, he's doing all he leave it to the affable Howard to come up with a new

I can to encourage it. a bunch of nothing," Bridgers said. "When you on things. He said, "Who said winning is everything?

'( "We're going to be a better football team this fall," he said have a good lineman blocking, he'll do his job whether you're at Eddie Fisher. He's having more fun losing (Debbie

T yesterday. "We're going to have more linemen, more experience call their"own fouls. That's how much integrity there is in running or passing. We threw around 35 times a game and Elizabeth Taylor) than we ever did' winning."

confidence." the game. Trull beat out Mira, you know, for the national title and Atlanta Journal Sports Editor Furman Bisher would

more John Bridgers, highly-respected Baylor coach, had an in- our linemen did their job on passing. And they did their and he did since he's here
/ It should not be forgotten the Nee Maroons
teresting answer to a question posed about teams that pass job on running, too.Dropped. .Selah!
t I waded through the Death Valley of LSU, Auburn, Alabama 1

and Mississippi last year by caging both Tigers, handing

I Auburn its only loss of the season in so doing; tying Ole ..

\.J Miss; the hated rival, and losing to 'Bama by a point in the

last few seconds of play.
A Strike

) t( Tough Replacements

\ Davis admits that replacing quarterback Sonny Fisher

I f' and halfback Ode Burrell won't be easy. But last year's

; last-half comeback. to produce a 9-9 tie with Florida welded f

j' State into a tremendous team. It was the springboard to a _

great season. As of now, State still is soaring. S to Hurler

.-.1 "I wouldn't be surprised if both games sell out," Davis Brings

said, referring to the fact Ole Miss plays Kentucky at 2 p.m.

on Sept. 26 with the UF and State colliding at 8 that night.

"But even if they don't, I'm sure Florida will pack 'em in."
r By MIKE RATHET rushed five in
across runs
Davis said there was a definite reason for a switch from ,
a day game to the arclight contest. "A couple of years ago Associated Press Sports Writer fifth inning and nailed down

when Ole Miss played Arkansas in that nationally televised i There have been 6,119 strike- 5-3 victory.

game, some 50 or 60 people passed out from the heat. It's outs in the major leagues this John Tsitouris, the

terribly hot that time of year. And the night game crowds, ; year. Pitchers have been hap- starter,. held a 2-0 lead

we have found, always are bigger than those in daylight." ____ ______ ___ --__-- py about 6,115 of them. into the fifth and retired
State expects to get plenty of help from a Floridian in its The other four lost ball first two men without any difficulty.

1t bid to beat Florida this season. Davis is high in his praiseof games.It Al Spangler then drew

halfback Marcus Rhoden, the fleet.footed runner from Colorado Bound happened again Thursday walk and Nellie Fox

Macclenny. night in this Year of the with a single.

Laurie Hammer (above) left this morning for Dropped Third Strike as Cincinnati -

4 Having "Butter flies" Colorado Springs, Colo., where he will be a threat catcher Johnny Edwards Out of Trouble

for the title in the NCAA golf) championship. Ham joined a club that is quickly los- Bearing down, Tsitouris, appeared

I j Oddly enough, Rhoden, a teammate of Gator star Larry mer, No. links performer on the University of FlorIda ing its exclusiveness. out of trouble when

i I Dupree when the UF fullback was a senior for the Wildcats team, was accompanied by No. 2 player Richard Before Edwards could take fired a third strike by

j of Baker Co. is having "butterflies" although the game is I Leckey and Coach Buster Bishop. The tourney will his red face and damaged pride White, but the ball flashed

) months away. be played next week at the rugged Broadmore back to the privacy of the Reds' Edwards and White raced
,! "That's our big worry over Marcus," Davis said. "He has I, Country Club. dugout, the Houston Colts had first, loading the bases. ", -- \'..- 1

stomach trouble and lost 10 pounds in a hurry recently. Tsitouris, apparently unsettled

I He can't afford that. He played around 170 pounds in the forced in the Colts' runs and pulled within a low fly and got Tim McCarveroto

1, spring. He knows what to do with the football though. Wet World Series run by walking Dave Roberts i but with a chance to win it ground out.

: think he can be one of two or three sophomores on the College and then Bob Aspromonte applied into a doubleplay. The Dodgers, meanwhile, tied

I starting unit." the crusher by smacking I Alou's homer in the their season high for hits by collecting -

Rhoden, as a trackman, has done :9.6 in the 100-yard a grand-slam homer. against his former San 14 10 off loser Ray

1 J dash. He and Dupree, a devilishly talented one-two punch in Tries To Resume That sent Tsitouris to the teammates turned out Washburn.The .

; high school, now will duel on opposite sides of the line. Todayfirst showers and Edwards into the the winning run as War- Cubs pulled out front to

Davis hinted that State will wind up on Florida State's Dropped Third Strike Club. brought his record to stay against the Mets in the top

f football schedule in future years. The Mississippians are of the first when Jim Stewart
OMAHA, Neb (AP) The games tonight Minnesota meets three All-America teams. The club has strict rules-the
endeavoring to build new rivalries in a compact travelingarea. 8-5 Record
and Ron Santo homered.
College World Series makes Maine and Missouri takes on The Trojans placed pitcher dropped strike must have directly singled

j another try at completing its defending champ Southern Cal Walt Peterson on the first team, led to a defeat. The bringing his record Santo later drove in the decisive -
In fact scheduling-for the future was a topic mentioned by ,
'. second round today, 72 hours ifornia. Mississippi meets Arizona !- catcher Bud Hollowell on the members in good standing I was in serious trouble run with a single in the
of the headline coaches at the FSU clinic.
many in the fourth when the Card- seventh after Lou Brock and
late, with three dozen major State in an afternoon loser's second team and Gary Suther- oe Torre of Milwaukee, Philadelphia's
Jim Hickey, North Carolina mentor, said he is hopeful
loaded the bases with one Bill Williams singled.
league scouts watching nine bracket game, eliminating land, .365-hitting shortstop, on Gus Triandos
that the Tar Heels and Gators will be meeting' in footballin 8-4 nine
But the Dodger right-hand Jackson, gave
members of the All-America the loser. the third team. Mike Brumley of Washington.Move .
in the 1970s and understands progress is being made toward Charley James on a shal--record against the Mets to 8-0.
: a series. team picked by the college I Missouri was the only school Arizona State placed second Back

Frank Howard, Clemson's laugh-provoking leader, got into coaches. 1 with two first team choices baseman Luis Lagnaus and

the schedule banter in his own inimitable fashion. The delay has given pitchers pitcher Keith Web r and third pitcher Skip Hancock on the The Philadelphia Phillies D il'5"wil

extra rest but made the play- baseman Dave Harvey, a .371 second team, Mississippi put meanwhile, moved back intfirst < [ !

Wants Ivy Teams ers fidgity. John Kobs, retired hitter. Both went to Missouri on short-stop Donnie Kessinger, a place in the NationaLeague

Michigan State coach, calls it'cabin football scholarships. .422 hitter, on the first team, on their day off

Howard listened to Army's George Terry and Navy's Wayne fever." Southern Cal was the only and Minnesota had catcher Ron Milwaukee defeated San FranCisco

Hardin discuss their teams and schedules. He then said, school with three men on theRodgers' Wojciak on the third team. 6-5 and dropped the NEW YORK ibrhW CINCINNATI Night Game HOUSTON
Three rainouts also the brhW
"I don't want Memphis State, Florida State or Mississippi *gave into second place, seven percentage 2b 3120 HIckman cf 5021 abrhM abrUW.
scouts more time to talk to j"I 2b 1000 Hunt 2b S 120 Rose 2b 400 OSpangler If 2100
Southern. I want Princeton, Harvard and Yale. points behind. rf 5221 Gander c 3010 Harper If 3 0 0 0 Fox 2b 4110

And later hearing Harding expound on the virtues of his players players they on hope NCAA to sign.tourney Eleven New Approach Elsewhere, Don 3b If 5 3123 1 2 0 aA.Willey Jackson p 0000 0000 Coleman Pinson cf Ib 3021 4000 White Roberts cf Ib 2101 3100

All-America quarterback, Roger Staubauch. In Hardin's opinion posted his third shutout with Ib 4 0 0 bKanehl 1000 Robinson rf 4 1 1 Aspro'nte 3b 4134
teams were listed on the three Edwards 4 lOSt.jb rf 4000
Ib 1 0 0 0 cD. Smith 000 c 0
is the great football player of them all. "When Staubauch 10-man teams picked by the Leads to Tourney LeadGRAND four-hitter in the Los AngelesDodgers' cf 5011 Locke p 0000 Cardenas ss 31 1 Bateman c 4010
leaves, you'll have to go back to coaching." 5-0 St.Louis C 21 lSChrt"pherrf2l 01 Bores 3b 4 1 1 0 Kasko ss 3000
victory over
coaches. Only two not here are ss 4011 Kra'pool Ib 3011 Tsitouns p 2010 Bruce p 1000
The Navy coach had this to say about the annual Army- BLANC and Larry 2b 0000 Taylor If 4000 Ellis p 0000 Raymond p2000
Frank? AP and he
) told
Stark, first base and I were practicing me 4 0 1 0 McMillan IS 4 1 1 I Keeugh l000Woodesh'kpOOOO
Navy game, a contest he left no doubts he considers The Lance Cobb, outfield, both of A bit of friendly advice: I wasn't much of a golfer any won his eighth game as the Chicago P C.Smlth 3b 4 0 1 0 McCool p 0000
2 0 0 0 bSklnner 1010
Game "You take the officials in the p
every year. can Army- Texas A&M, the only club dimnated. from fellow-pro Jack Nicklaus i more. Cubs whipped the Can'zaro c 2 0 1 0 Totals 33352 Totals BUS
Navy game and put them in the stands and the boys would York Mets 63.Aspromonte's. 37 <11 4 Totals M 3 f 4 a-Filed_,out.for Ellis In 7th b-Singied
Both made the second prompted young Phil Rodgersto "I asked if he had noticed 'AP u..r I. .th.
team. different to homer was his I for Gonder In 6th. b-HIt Into Cincinnati: :. .:... ... ... 002 000 818-3
try a approach I
anything particular that I was for Willey In Ithj' c-D. Smith Houston .. ... .., 000 050 OOx-5E
In the two winner's bracket his golf game, which he used in third in three games. He has hit Kane"l In 5th. -Rose, Ellis. Fox 2. PO-A-Clncln- I
Copeland Milling Co. Take i doing wrong and me suggestedthat _............... 200 515 111-4 nail 24-11. Houston 27-11. DP-Boros Rose
.,.."""" ,,w_.... y taking thefirst-round lead in the we go over to the practice: only one other. The Colts' third 000 901 011-3 and Coleman Fox, Kotko and Roberts
'. ?- $66,080 Buick Open Tournament baseman also collected two ROe Coleman and Cardenas Roberts
f. ", I Amalfitano. PO-A-Chi- Kasko and Roberts. LOB Cincinnati 7,
J Thursday. tee."We singles and in the last three New York 2712. DP-L. Jack- Houston 7.28Edwlrds.. I
Alachua Softball VictoriesI spent the whole
{ day has collected hits Gabrlelson, Rodgers, Stewart Robinson. HR-Cardenas.
i Rodgers fired a 67 over the there, and I finally overcame the in games 12 at-bats. seven LOB-Chicago 11, New Aspromonte. Raymond.IP H R ERBBSOTsitourls

: demanding 7,280-yard Warwick thing he L. 24 .. A 2.3 A 5 0 5 4
one saw doing
ALACHUA : Copeland pour chua Milling Co. Jimmy Emerson Claude Raymond got the victory Kranepool Williams. Mc Ellis ... ... .....11-31 0 0 0 t
ed it on Legion, 21-7, and Ala and Layman Wilder also had Hills course, taking a onestrokelead wrong-I was dipping my shoulder in relief extending his Hickman. 3B-Bertell. HR-Santo._ McCool ......... 2 0 0 0 I 2
Bruce .. ....
Brock. Stewart. SF 21-33 2 2 1 1
Mason and
chua Milling Co. outslugged two hits each for the winners. over Rudolph a and wasn't getting enough scoreless innings streak to 22 Raymond, W 2.1 4 1.3 5 1 0 2 3
two-stroke edge over Thunder- in drives he said. I'Woodeshick .... 1.3 0 0 0 0 0
Lions in the power my
16-13 last
Albert Imler had a triple and before the Reds scored an unearned IP H ERBBSO HBP By Bruce (Pinson PB Ed-
Alachua Softball League. single to Lions. i1 bird Open winner Tony Lema. Since then, Rodgers con in the W, $-4 f t 3 3 3 S wards. Balk-Tsitourls. U-Secory BurK-
pace run eighth on 1.. 1.2' 5.3 3 3 3 hart Sudol, Pryor. T-2:31. A-JOM5.
Frank Copeland banged out Alachua Milling Co. 256 3x-16 "A couple of months ago, tinued, his drives have. been Frank Robinson's double and _........ 2 5 2 2 0 0
five singles, and Tomlinson Rodgers said, "Nicklaus and I getting longer.Washington .......... 1 2 1 1 2 0 MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO
Lions 110 47-13 two errors by Fox.Around abrhbl abrhbl.
rapped a bases loaded homer I Wakefleld (Stewart). WP-Wake- F.AIou cf-lf 5221 Kuenn rf.tb 5111
I i Milling Jim Jenkins, p; S :::.: .. PB-Gander. Bertell 2. U- Boiling 2t 4010 McCo/ey If 3000
and three singles to pace the Kuenn Pelekoudas Williams and Smith. Aaron rf 5110 Mays cf 3120
21'I'I Kay Yoho, c; Lions Gene A-9.130. Maye If 3211 Cepeda Ib 4010

hit Copeland victory. 1 Curls, p; Ray Lunceford, c. '. ..' ...., i. ,.,", The Braves-Giants game Cline cf 0000 MacK'zle p 0 0 0 0
Manuel Gonzales slammed a .<-:., .. Night Game Torre Ib 3110 Hart 3b 4131
202 407 6-21 >' I If' seemed to revolve around San Mathews
Copeland 3b 3. I 4 D'venport U 3 1 0 0
homer and single for two ofLegion's 015 /'..- ., ..<- ..' 1 LOS ANGELES Menke ss 401 Hiller 2b 2000Renew
Legion 000 17 I Francisco outfielder
.. Harvey abrbbi abrhM c 401 aPeterson 1000
four hits. I Bill Martin : .....'f' 4." I\ Kuenn. Kuenn lost Eddie Mathews' cf 400 awiils ss 4011 I Sp hn p 300 OGarrldo ss GOO
Charles Emerson had a triple, Copeland p; ''I ; I Ii3 IS 402 OGilliam 3b 4020 I Sadowskl p 0 0 0 0 dSnider 1 1 t 1
Harold C i.'r \ :J I drive in the shun in the 1b 401 OW.Davis cf 4120 Ctonlnger p 1 0 0 0 Haller c 2010
and single and Jim Jenkins ; J 1 \ ; 3b 300 OMoon rf 3120 bCrandall C 2" 0 0
( I AMERICAN LEAGUE and it went for *
J.l Yesterday's Results eighth inning If 4000Falrly Ib 0000 Sanford p 1000
homer and to lead Ala Coker Robert Munn 1
single c.
ry p: ...S I.i it 'k. 1 W. L. Pet. G... Chicago t. New York 3 homered in the bottom of the c 3 0 0 T.Davis If 4111 Pierce p 0000..
:' t 1 Chicago 31 15 .674 Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 5 rf I' 0 Parker Ib-rf 4120 Shaw p 0000
r 1 Baltimore 32 1* .427 IV* Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 8 eighth.He rf 2 0 1 0 Roseboro C 4031 cJ.AIou rf 2012
- .: \ New York 27 21 .563 5 Houston 5. Cincinnati 3 2b 200 OTrace'skl 2b 3 1 1 1 I Totals IS 4 f 4 Totals 33118
I I Minnesota 27 2J.537 4 Only games scheduled came up again in the ninth 2b 1 0 0 0 Dry$ al. p 3 0 0 0 a-Flied out for Hiller In 7th b -
LIMITED : 'iJ16' Cleveland 24 24 .520 7 Todays Games I p 2 0 0 0 Popped out for Hailer'' In 8th cStruckout
y1IMEAirConditioning Boston 27 27500 Sp Milwaukee Lemaster 7-3 at San Fran- after the Giants had scored J p 0000 for Shaw In 8th) b-Doubled for
M 32 .439 11 cisco Bolin 12. nightSt. 1000 iarrido In tth.
MEL McGAHA Detroit 22 29 .431 lift Louis Simmons 4-5 or Broglio 3-4 p 0000 Milwaukee ..... ........ 101 SOS 221-6
Los Angeles 24 33 .421 WV4 at Los Angeles Koufax 7-4. night I 31 0 4. Totals 33144 Sea Francisco ... ..... SOS SOS ill-5E
Unit New 1lanagerKansas Kansas City 17 35 .327 17 Cincinnati Maloney 3-7 at Houston John- I -fuerm.: PO-A-Milwaukee 27-13. San
Yesterday's Results son 5-4 night Twins Send out for Shantz in Ith. Francisco 27-1) DP Mathews. Belling!
Minnesota 4, Detroit 2 New York Stallard 3-7 at Philadelphia Q................. 000 Mo IOI-t and Torre. LOB-Milwaukee 4, San Francisco -
City Baltimore 3. Chicago 1 Bennett 7-3. night ............. too to* u..-s 5.2B .
Plus New York 5, Boston 4 Pittsburgh Law 3-5 at Chicago Buhl 4-3 -Maye. Hart Mathews, Snider. HRF. -
$265 Los Angeles 5. Cleveland 4, 12 Innings Tomorrows Games Vic PowerTo Groat McCarver. PO-A Alow Kuenn. S-Sanford, Boiling. SF-
U- Installed Tox Only games scheduledToday's Milwaukee at San Francisco I 24-lt Los Angeles 27-10. DP- Mathews.
Fires LopatCLEVELAND Games Pittsburgh at ChicagoSt. Javier and White. LOB-St. Louis IP H. ERBBSO
Chicago Buzhardt 5- :3and Horlen 4-2 at Louis at Los Angeles Angeles 7. Spahn.W.S.4..73-37 2 2 1 2
New York Hamilton 3-0 and Ford 7-1 Cincinnati at Houston II" Clemens. W. Davis. S Sadowskl ...... 8 I I I 1 a
-end up (AP)-Mel Mc- twHiight doUbleheader New York at PhiladelphiaINTERNATIONAL AngelsDETROIT Moon. Cloninger ..11.33 3 3 1 0
Gaha takes over as of Baltimore Barber 2-2 at Boston Connolly, LEAGUEW SantordL4-4 ... 42-34 2 2 0 2
manager 1-3. nightMinnesota L Pet. G.,. I IP H R ER BBSO Pierce ...... 1.3 0 0 0
the Kansas City Athletics in the Pascual 8-2 at Washington Toronto 31 1* U20 L. 2-4 4 2-3 13 2 2 1 4 Shaw .. .. .. ..1 2 3 3 I 0
Koch 1-1. night : Jacksonville :31 20 M* M (AP-The Minnesota -. 1-3' 5 0 SI MacK uJo .. 1 1 1 1 1
city where he first managed a Los Angeles Latman 2-4 at Detroit Agulrre Syracuse 26 11.591 2 Twins indicated their trading .......... 1 4 3 1 I -Faced 1 man In 8th.HBP .
major league club-Cleveland. 12. night Rochester 23 20 J3i ffi W, 8-5 f 4 S S 1 4 -ey Shaw (Torre). UHarvey.Conlas .
P Kansas City Segul 4-5 at Cleveland McDowell Buffalo 24 26 .480 7 may just be beginning following I %o, Jackowskl, Crawford. T Venzon, Weyer. T-2:41. A -
The A's fired Ed Lopat, for- 20. nightTomorrow's Richmond 22 28 jun 9 2f,272. ',"4..
Columbus 10 2f .39* 11 a five-player swap with
-, mer New York Yankee pitching Games Atlanta 15 31 .326 14yesterdaY'S ., ,
Cleveland and the Los Angeles '''' r"-- -IiI""t.: star, Thursday and immediately -Los Angeles at Detroit Results
_ Cleveland Toronto ". Atlanta S Angels Thursday.
Kansas City
replaced him with the 37- Minnesota at Washington Jacksonville 7. Buffalo 2 seems all ltbe nicest'-Ii 1

year-old McGaha coach with Chicago Baltimore at at New Boston York Syracuse Rochester 3.2.Columbus Richmond 2 "We're still trying to get a : :

the club for a year. Todays Games pitcher," said Twins' Manager -

The announcement Thursdayby NATIONAL LEAGUE.W. L. Pet. G.B. Toronto Buffalo at at Atlanta Jacksonville 2 Sam Mele. "I don't think we're people drink : j

General Manager Pat Friday -San Philadelphia Francisco 31 2f fl*J JJJJ. -- Richmond Columbus at at Rochester Syracuse 2 through (trading) yet. :

kept McGaha from going to Cincinnati 28 34 .538 TA FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW. ,
Pittsburgh 21 M &* 3 L. Pet. G.B. The deal sent fan favorite and f
Vitheville, Va., where he was St. Louis 28 27 -5Qf 4 St. Petersburg 35 20 .434 "
to have reported in a few daysas Milwaukee 27 27 JOO... 4V4 Ft. Laudertate 32 20 Mi Itt first baseman Vie Power from
Chicago 2S 26. 5 Daytona Beach 30 23 .544 4 Minnesota to Los Angeles, An-
manager of the A's Rookie Los Angeles 24 28 .411 5V4 Lakeland 31 24 J64 4
Houston 24 30 JIM HV Sarasota 2* 27 -..1 S gel infielder Billy Morgan to
League farm club. New York 18 37 .327 14 Lakeland :31 24 J44 4 OLD
Sarasota 24 27 jm 8 Cleveland and infielder Jerry fflCaKT -
i Tampa is 30 uss 10 Cindall from the Indians to the
most late models-Ford, Miami 20 35 J64 15
Custom units OYoiloble on
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Chevrolet, Pontiac Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Valiant DIVISION OF I,Fort Lauderdate Yesterdays X Sarasota Results 1 Minnesota also traded out- i'.

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F..: IN RELIEF ROLEW' 1- _' _'
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: Loop Tilts SMAZT APPROACH' McBride Finally Hits Jackpot 1

: Budweiser smashed Schlitz TiN PtAVlMf APPROACH DIREGtLY (A)

:- nipped 13-2, and Guy Gainesville Cleveland 6-5.Wings in 'S'LJCN VROUBZ SOLD 1 SHOTS'ONLY 3.MAY OUT Of IO By MURRAY CIIASS I latest start-and defeat-was hit into a double play. 1 in nine decisions. Bouton dou- Shifflett pitched the ninth after 1 I

City League softball encounters BOUND OVER l3U'f 'MEbE Associated Press Sports Writer last Sunday. I McBride pitched two more in- bled and scored in the fifth and Stigman walked leadoff batter .

: last night 1 PROVE G 05tt-Y. After laboring in vain for No Hits nings, allowing one hit, before belted a two-run single in the Al Kaline. Bill Freehan and

: Bill McGee and Bobby Barnesset 4 nearly two months, Ken McBride Then, against the Indians leaving for pinchhitter Willie eighth. Don Demeter tagged Stigmanfor

Schlitz down with only two has gone on relief and Wednesday night, manager Bill Smith in the 12th. Smith's single Dick Stigman and reliever home runs in the fifth.
:.... hits while their Budwe j s e r hit the jackpot. I Rigney brought McBride in I started the winning rally.Frustration Garland Shifflett stopped Detroit Battey slashed a run-scoring

o' -- teammates were rapping out from the bullpen for his first on three hits as Earl Bat- double in the third and smasheda

: McBride, a 28-year-old right, relief appearance since April The season for McBride has tey knocked across three runs. two-run homer in the fourth.

16.Prince Kendall and Rick were hander halted his 10-game Angeles losing -' 19, 1962. He didn't give up a hit been one of,utter frustration. He t
streak the Los
: the top batters with three hits f TpERCIM1 as in 1 2-3 innings.He won 13 games and lost 12 for I

'. apiece. Angels 12 innings nipped Thursday Cleveland night.5-4 in. relieved again Thursday the Angels last year and had a Attention. Livestock Producers! .I.IIf

Garland Wallace, Harry 3.26 earned-run average.
The one-time ace of the An- night, coming on this time in a ..,
: Dougherty and Tommy Atwood Elsewhere in the league Bal-
staff beat Washington 4-4 game with two on and none
gels' pitching
blasted two hits each to pace '' timore defeated Chicago
AGES FAVOR 4-0 on opening day, April out in the ninth inning. He got 3-1. yon hart hogs or cattlf to
Gainesville Wings.In -f1.{!?: JCW HI'J1Al1- (8) r New York whipped Boston 8-4
Business action fWATTHEN LANDS 6UOR1. 13, then lost 10 consecutive Vic Davalillo on a grounderand sell now or in the future please 1
and Minnesota downed Detroit
; last night Fulps defeated Post G1?t'sEN. i-r AAAV PULL games in 12 more starts. His induced Leon Wagner to contact one of the buyers at .

Office 9-5; Penn Chem topped UP ESU1'SHORT WILL OCCA510NALLY LEAVE A 42.After singling for McBride, Copeland Sausage Company and f

: DCRP, 14-4; and Sunland out- RELATIVELY EASY CHIP. Smith was forced at second by give them an opportunity to ,.i

'.. ,slugged HavA Tampa, 1311. -(0 PJAYtHe LOW :Am 1ita t J!:tr a'gue BoxesLOS Tom Satriano.and an Ed intentional Kirkpatrick'ssingle walkto buy your livestock. t

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GLUE LE C'7f1N61EAD Jim Fregosi moved Satrianoto
1 FOOT.TRY:: abrhbi abrhbi ab r h U all r h bi on Lou Clinton's sacrifice fly. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES !
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3b 1100 Davillo cf 5120
Satriarw Miller p 0000 Buford 2b 4020 t
C.t.U ACR SQUAREMROUGHOUf'MI Klrkpatr'k If 6 01 0 Wagner If 4120 Aparlclo ss 3221 F.Robsn rf 3 0 0 0 23 Innings
: SWING.HANPS Fregosl ss 4 21 0 R.Ch'ce rf < 01 2 Bowen If 301 Word 3b 4000 1. Cash market every day.
MUST N01" ROLL Clinton rf 4011 Whitfield Ib 4020 Slebern Ib 3010 Hansen ss 4000 Dean Chance started for the
BOUT AT IMPAC-f 0U-T MOVE Adcock Ib 6 1 2 2 dA.Smith rf 1 0 0 0 B.Rob's'n3bdll2MIn050 If 1000 2. No commission.'I
our OWAJq7 0 "fHARt t Torres 3b 3012 Romano c 5000 I KirkCd rf
V ePearson Rodgers c cf 1000 3000 Alvis Brown 3b 2b 3110 4110' Adalr Brown 2b c '4000 4030 aCun'ham H'shb'ger cf 3010 1000 ning string to 28 before Bob 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.

If'G ---- QA.I.ACKN.O04le. Raab kVP 2b 4000 Kralick p 2000 2000 Martin 3000
'Shapes Knoop Pappas P c Chance singled home two
Chance p 4000 aFrancona 1000 Clmoll rf 1000 Talbot p 2010 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.
R.Lee p 0000 McMahon pOD 0 0 Stephens If 1000 for the Indians in the sixth.
McBride p 0000 bMoran 1010 Totals 32 3 I 3 Totals 301 S 1
fW.Smlth 1010 cRamos 0000 a-Grounded out for Wilhelm In 9th. Dick Howser's two-run single
Duliba p 0000 Abernathy p 1 0 0 0 Baltimore .............. 000 001 020-3 CALL COLLECT 462-1011
BERT CROSBY Totals 42 S 11 S Totals 45 4 11 4 Chicago ................ 100 000 000-1E tied it in the ninth. Joe Adcock
1 a-Hit Into force play for Kralick in -Martin. PO-A-Baltimore 279, Chi and Felix Torres each drove in
6T 7th; b-Singled for McMahon in 9th; c- cago 2712. DP-Hansen, Buford and Mc
Ran for Moran In 9th; d-Ran for Whit- Craw 2; Adair and Slebern. two runs for Los Angeles.A CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK
field in 10th; Grounded out 2. TorresIn more 6, Chicago 5. LOB-Baltl.1
w. r 11th; Singled for McBride in 12th. 2B-Aparicio, Bowens. two-run homer by Brooks
Los Angeles ., ......., 000 201 010 001- Aparicio B. Robinson S Robinson in the carriedthe NORMAN VEECH
LEADS LIONS ... .. BoRe R 1
Cleveland .., 000 002 002 000-4 IP H B8 SO
LOTS OF US. DO... E-None. Po-A-Los Angeles. 36-20, Pappas, W. 5-3 .; 7 5 1 1 2 2 Orioles past the White Sox.
Cleveland. 34-14. DP-Howser, Brown and Miller .........2 0 0 0 I 1
Whitfield; Torres. Knoop and Adcock; Talbot ......_.. 7 7 1 1 2 A The blow off Hoyt Wilhelm
Choose Your Favorite I Brown Howser and R. Chance. LOB-Los Wilhelm, L. 0-2 .. 2 1 2 2 1 0 broke 1.1 tie Luis CopelandSAUSAGE
a Aparicio
Bert Crosby struck out 16 bat-place First Federal. Angeles. 9. Cleveland. 11. U-Chylak. Soar. Salerno. T-2:14. A-
JB HR-Adcock. SB-Davalillo 9.W. homered for Baltimore in the
ters for a new team record yesterday S. Orton and McCallum were SF-Torres. CQ.I IF?.

; as he led the Lions to a the leading batsmen for First IP H R ER B8 SO Swim TeamIn sixth. Tom McCraw got Chicago COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA
xD. Chance ..... I C A 4 4 5 off to 1-0 lead in the first O ,
lop-sided: 14-0 victory over Ches-,Federal with three and two hits, yR. Lee ....___... 0 2 0 0 0 0 a
McBride, W 2.10 3 1 0 0 2 1 ActionThe with a homer off Milt Pappas. .
nuts in Midget League baseball Duliba ..........1 0 0 0 0 0
action. Kralick .........7 7 3 3 1 6 Mickey Mantle slammed two
1 McMahon ......2 1 1 1 2 A Gainesville Golf and home and Maris
runs Roger
p1 Crosby also rapped two hits Abernathy. L. 2.3 3 2 1 1 1 2 Club
WESTERN LEAGUEU. X-Faced 2 men In 9th; y-Faced 2 Country swimming team one for the Yankees. Mantle
and limited Chesnuts 'to a lone C. Kiwanis Plumbers Union men in 9th. traveled to St. Augustine todayto
hit in his outstanding performance. brh abrh HBP-By Kralick (Knoop). by Abernathy connected with one on in the
4yisl Spfngf'ld c S 1 1 J. Preston rf 21 0 (Rodgers). U-Paparella. Drunv compete in an invitational
j uss fifth then slugged his 10th homer
Sch'piro ss 421 Sanders rf 000 mond, Umont, DiMuro. T-3:12. A-3.987. Junior AAU ,
Foshee 433V.Winkle Ib 3 1 4 meet.
p with the bases empty in the
Rick was the leading Lions' Stewart 2b 12 1 Scraff'dss-0 3 1 1 Night Game The two-day meet winds
.S batsman with three hits and :'onilo cf 5 1 4 Warnick 0.3 0 0 NEW YORK BOSTON up seventh. Maris 10th came in
abrhbi abrhbi tomorrow night.
Jones If 0 2 0 S. Pr'stonZb-Jf 301
Jussinger and Kesslen' pickedup Kelly If 0 0 0 S. R' tslb-9 3 01Holland Kubek ss 5021 Jones 2b 5000 the third. All of the blows were
s If 01 0 Payne cf 1 0 0 Rich'dson 2b 5 1 0 0 Mantilla If 2112 off starter Bill Monbouquette.Hits .
two apiece.: Bianchi had the White If 1 0 0 C.N'C'mbe cf 1 0 0 Mantle cf 4223 Conigli'ro cf 4 0 1 0 The New York Giants scored
King 3bSearles 020 Cullu Ib 1 00 Marls rf 4111 Stuart Ib 4000
'4oil long single for the losers. 3bAAcPh'rs'n 1 1 S'mm'rln Ib 1 0 0 Tresh If 5120 Thomas rf 4000' 448 points during the 1963 Na- Homer
In other Midget games Uni- rf 3 0 1 C. Preston Ib 0 0 0 Pepitone Ib 5010 Malzone 3b 4010
tional Football and Felix Man-
Ed Bressoud
Shelton Ib 2 2 0 W. N'c'mbe If 1 00 Blanchard c 5 1 1 1 Bressoud ss 4231 League season a
dt; versity' City Kiwanis bombarded Kattue If 1 00 Lint 3b 4120 Tlllman c 4120 I record topped only by the 1950 tilla homered against Jim Bou-
Totals 2* II11 Totals 22 S 4 Bouton p 4122 Monb'q'te p1000
Plumbers Union, 17-5; Johnson U.. C. Kiwanis 053 270-17 Earley I p 0000' Los Angeles Rams with 466. ion, who won is fourth game
and Faris trimmed First Plumbers Union 311 100- S aMelias 1 000'
+ Connolly p 0000
$,; ea b Federal 11-4 Baptist D.O.W. REBEL LEAGUE bWIIUams 1011 -
.. ; :: : .
Y : r.
Homo Visitor Totals 41 113 I Totals 34 4 9 4 Yiwcw
edged Gainesville Building Fla. Pest. Control Shopping Center a-Popped out for Earley In 8th; b- t-- V 4.:
brh Large 2b 222 Singled for Connolly in 9th. i
Trades, 11-10; and Shopping ... .. ...... ... it
Andrews Ib 30 lead cf All New York 000 1M 130-8 .,. .... .
..... ..... :: >,
Center blanked Florida Pest Scruggs 200 STuart p 310 Boston --'"- 000 010 021-4 \V
.. Monroe 2 DOT.. R'nsb'gr3b 3 2 1 E-Stuart. PO-A-New York 2714 Boston r--: ::
4 Control, 7-0. Lewis 2 0 0 D. Mead C 400 27.9. DP-Kubek. Richardson and Pep
Ponzio and Foshee were the Yates 200 Rafferty ss 401 Itone. LOB-New York 8. Boston 6.
Canet 200 Wiest Ib 300 rr.
2B-Bressoud 2. Kubek 2. Bouton Llnz. I
top men in U.C. Kiwanis''romp, Condo 200 Revell rf 300 Tillman. 3B-Tresh. HR-Marls, Mantle : < .
44: SUBLIME 1 Raper 1 0 0 Farrell 10 0 w, Bessoud Mantilla. .-. .'u... ..
blasting four and three hits re- Leland 1 0 0 K. R'nsb'gr 1 1 1 IP H R ERBBSO .vOlficiat
Foshee also scored Hern 1 0 0 K'byR'gr 000 Bouton W, 4-5 .. 9 9 4 4 3 2 ;jt :;:
BLUNT spectively. :
Dampler 100 Monb'q'te, L, 2713 12 8 8 1 4,
three runs and gained th'el Earley......... 2.3 0 0 0 0 0
Totals : 19 0 1 TitalsSMppuif 29 7 6 Connolly ........ 1 1 0 0 1 0
O2n150 pitching victory allowing the' Center 102-301 WP-Bouton. U-Stewart, Honochlck
PANETELA Florida Pest Control 000-000 Runge. Smith. T-2:31. A-28,494. .
I losers only four hits. I' I :..1';:

U.C. Kiwanis scored five Chesnuts NATIONAL Lionsabrh' LEAGUE MINNESOTA abrhbi DETROIT L-4 81 t 0" K riC! i I
MILD AND SATISFYING runs in the second, three in abrh Versa lies ss 5020 Wert 3b 3000 I I :
Sanders 3b 200 Latsco 2b 330 Rollins 3b 5110 Lumpe 2b 4000 1 I rP'l
the third two in the fourth and F. Bianchi c 2 0 1 C Smith 3-b 5 2 1Toml'nson Oliva rf 4001 Kaline rf 3000 11.
cf 2 0 0 Rick C 5 2 3 Killebrew If 4020 Freehan c 4111
it with in the I
TAMPANUGGET capped seven rP'Y otf
Marvel Ib 200 Crosb p 522 Hall cf 4000 Cash Ib 4000
fifth., Plumbers Union opened R. Bass If 200 T'ss'gr cf 232 Allison Ib 2200 Demeter If
T. Bass 2b 200 Kessi Ib 322 n I 111811t10urn
Battey c 4123 Thomas cf 3 0
with three runs in the first inning Soles rfD 2 0 Smith ss 200 Allen 2b 3000 McAuliffe u 2000 .- {
but picked only one .. Wley p 100 /ohnton rf 300 Stigman p 4000 Rakow p 2000 I I O
up D'rt Wly cf 0 0 0 Jones. If 000 Shifflett p 0000 aWood 1000
each in the second and fourth Eagle rf 100 Fox p 0000 I
< Wh'ler 200 Totals 35 4 7 4 Totals 30 2 3 2 I I
foilVvrappedRvePack36 from there on out. Totals 1111 Totals 211410 a Popped out for Rakow in 8th. I
: i -* including AMERICAN LEAGUE i Minnesota .. ............. 110 700 000 4
W. Boles stroked two hits Visitors G'villo Bldg.. Trds. Detroit .......... ....... 000 020 000-2E Hush w
Plus State and Local Tax... If any a home run, to pace Baptist DOW.ab' .11 r II'' -Freehan. McAuliffe. Puppies
r A Cross ss 32 1M'k ta 272. Detroit 2716. po.A-MIMesG-1
Johnson and Faris over first H'g'n2b 4 2 1 Strack p 422 Detroit 4.28Battev.. BRAND CASUALSHush
LaMoyne ss 301Lee Ib 3 1 1 38-Rollins. HR Battey.
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K'teh'ns p 221 x-Faced 1 man in 9th.
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z Kiwanis Rips SPORTSMAN'S: Sentiment in British GolfBy RIVERCRAFT MARINAEast 1

PGES1LNYLON( Palatka, Fla. 1
B.P.O.E. In srp: I
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i LINES MAY JOHN FARROW sportsman made the last eightof Amateur to Irishman Jimmy vivors out of an original entry, Storage ,

NEED REPLACING GANTON, England (AP) A this year's tourney with two Bruen in 1948. of 31, lost in the fifth round. I TO 40 FEET LONG
, Major Loop bit of sentiment crept into to- victories Thursday. He defeated; Today, 29 years after reaching Gordon Clark of England defeated St. John's River I
day's quarter-finals of the Brit- Ralph Tupling of England at the the semifinals for the first 44-year-old Dale Morey I on
t Gainesville Kiwanis bombed 11: ish Amateur Golf Championship. 19th, and then Peter Flaherty, time, Sweeny was back among I of High Point, N.C., 4 and 3;J Ski Boats for Rent Lounge J
B.P.O.E., 12-1, yesterday as the for the Christmas defeated Jimmy;
t an Englishman with an Irish eight men shooting Rest Rooms 8 GULF Gas
f f Collier pitched a-four-inning no- r<29ee v name, 2 and 1. He faced Martin championship first decided 79 Bostwick of Locust Valley, N.Y.,!:
hitter in Major League baseball One man was responsibleBob Christmas of England today. years ago. England beat Jack Thornton of Phone Palatka 325-9122

action. O Sweeny, 52, of Palm Beach, The other three American sur Rochester, N.Y., 3 and 2. I I
r Fla.-the last American in the Six Times I
; The winners pushed across
;. ___ five runs in both the first and tournament. Six times before the start of I A special introductory offer I J
: fourth innings and two in the '1t was 'way back in 1935 that World War II Sweeny competedin

r ::; second. The game was calledr 0 Sweeny made his mark on Brit the British Amateur. Then he U.S.Royal has developed tire construction that is so strong, we can make this unheard-of offer:
because of NYLON
after four frames LINES WONT ROT BUTTHEY ish golf lovers. That was the
the 10 run rule. GRADUALLY LOSE THEIR he lost in the semifinals of.went to war and collected a distinguished for puncture or
SPRINGINESS FROM BEING IN year I Flying Cross for his If the tire fails for any reason, except a repairable
r ; BP.O.E.: played with only USE. THIS LOSS WEAKENS BAIT- this championship to fellow- I

--. eight players. CASTING SO AM UNEXPECTED AND SPINNING BREAK LINES American years later Lawson Sweeny took Little.the Two title duties with the Royal Air rcrc I deliberate abuse, as long as there is still 1/16"of original tread left,

r MAY COST YOU A NICE FISH. I. Came the end of the w > another Major League con-
) In IT'S WISE TO REPLACE THESE by defeating L. 0. Lunn of Eng- II
: test, Rotary downed Boys' Club, WITH HEW UNES EACH YEAR land, 3 and 2 in the final. it ,! back to golf for Sweeny.I

.) :.. .,-4-1, behind the two-hit pitching OR SOONER IF USED HEAVILY. The tall, graying wealthy He lost in the final of the British U.S. Royal will give
.. and
'J picked up one hit apiece to pace THAT OP ITS LEADER SO THE
the winners at the plate. LEADER ABSORBS THE PUNISHMENT free.i
( Rotary scored all four of its PHONE TODAY a new

;ii runs in the sixth frame. Variety Store


'. B. P. O. E. G'villt Kiwanis Gainesville Variety Store, currently .
abrb x b r H .
,' McPh'rs'n 3b 2 0 0 Puckett Jb 310 : tied for first place in the< :

.( Arnold Sheffield c p 210 JOOSlmmons RV1 *s 3b 1 2 2 2 0 I.Central Florida baseball loop, THE
Van WInk' c 1 0 0 Culbreth Ib J 21 travels to Ocala tonight to battle -
200 Davis e 220
Palmer If
I Nolan 2b 10 0 Collier p 320 the strong Ocala Oranges.
Holmes rf lOOWirth If 201 Game time is 7:30 at Gehrig
1 R'ndtre' Ib 1 "*-" 200 rv.
Mans'lo rf 1 1 0 Field. GAINESVILLE SUN
CumminGS rf 1 0 0
Totals 121 0 Totals If 12 2 kL'f

Boys Club 'abrb Rotary Ib r hbogett PUT YOUR ,. Do not confuse this offer with
3b 3 0 0 Sch'nck rf 3 0 0 c allowance"toward
the usual"partial
Johns'n lb 3 1 0 Sherm'" sd 3 0 0 CAR ; :
31 0 IN
Hov'r'cI so 2 0 1 Y'ngbl'd
I Broyles IS 1 0 0 Parker 3 2 0 0 a new tire,
3 0 1 Hough 3b 1 0 0
Riggs c
Manning Doggerd1 If If 2 1 0 0 0 0 McC alI If SMrlb 1 0 1 0 0I EXPERTHANDS 00 based on remaining tread

I Tinny cf 3 0 0 Burke 2If 1 1 1 O00e
Harmes rf 2 0 0 2 1 0
Und'rw'd 2b 2 0 0 Bender p 3 0 1 Y This offer covers:
3 01
Kite P 2 0 0 Thomas
I The U.S. Royal first-line tire
Totlll 24 1 2 Totlll 24 3
( Club 000 006-1 easssssii .
Rotary 000 000-4 ( (Safety
.' AT THE : 1 The tigers paw
GAS WELL (Red-circle Super Safety 800)
Bill ii
'I \ GAINESVILLE SUN Fritz Ashmore a
I Phone or Write: Micanopy The U.S. Royal premium tire

ji a. (Red-circle Royal Master)
if Canon
t I OTTER CREEK W. Gaston Jr. Road hazards are included
j t HIGH SPRINGS Billy God- : Lois Smith Ore. 3728441Box I i
I in the offer.
1 win fired a one-hitter and belted l$1. 116. Otter Creek I .
I a homer and single last night i 486-2245 NEWBERRY i _ '% ; No time limit. No mileage limit.
I '
r 1 to pace Carlon to a 13-0 win Gladys Shaw
f over Rebels in the High Springs BROOKER, LA* CROSSE I eitolu
604 N.W. 8th PI. s Offer applies to passenger car
J. H. Sullivan
y Softball League. I I
SPECIAL Gainesville
r i i 485-4771 ; replacement tires purchased and
i Hubert Caldwell also had two I -
00 registered between now and
: hits for the winners. II WALDO. FAIRBANKS 4
RELINEDwith Gainesville Sun \f "ta August 15th.
I In another game, Southeastern I CAMPVILLE SANTA FE
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Circ. 372-8441_
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Transformers edged North SHORES -
Florida Telephone Co., 8-7, on a I Bonded 1495 ALACHUA Ore. 372-8441 I I x rte a ) Fair enough?

last inning home run by Junior liningFordPlymouthCher.Rambler :
Myrna Funkhouser I

Collins. Box 564 Alachua ARCHER 7 NEIGHBORHOOD
singles 462-1424 Mrs. Helen Brown
r Wallace Lanier had
... Archer r
to pace the loses. SERVICE CENTER
495-2244 r w
Carlon 312 7-13 WILLISTON
1 Rebels 000 0- 0' Melba J. Moring

Carlon Billy Godwin, p; I 528-5443 CHIEFLAND DAVE DAVIS, Owner
Erman Bruce, c; RebelsFreddie -I' K Cannon Service Station I
Floyd, p; Charles Roberts,I 475 FB'43 Form 30MUFFLERS
_-0 Harold Slaughter 493-9722
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Southeastern 060 010 1--8 I HO 3-2557 LAKE BUTLER W w Shown Left to Right -
North Florida 001 003 3-71 GUARANTEED FOR _

Southeastern Hal McCloud,I THE LIFE OF CAR' CROSS CITY OLD TOWN Roberts Standard Station t/ C. D. Tillis, Mgr. Front
i p; Danny Aubel, c; North Flor- Inez Swofford Lake Butler
ida Wilburn Phelps, Lee, p; INSTALLED Non Transferrable While U Wait Box 593, Cross City HY 6-3831 I End Dept., and John
Wallace Lanier, c. 498-3098
INSTANT CREDITTo I Beville, ass't.', with the
Plaza Motel
Birds Holders of Notional HAWTHORNE } 9
Credit Cards : Sheila Horse
..: two complete Bear Teller
: Rt. 2. Box 245A n
Take Victories Hawthorne HIGH SPRINGS _
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GASWELL I GR 5-5111 Skeet's Comer -r Alignment Machines -
1 In Gator League play at the 454-1666

Boys' Club the Tigers edged I I II ", See them for your complete
the Yanks 4-3 and the Orioles
beat the Indians 8-5. I i: I or WRITE or CALL II e ;. front end service.
I Outstanding players included I CIRCULATJON MANAGER, BOX 57, i : 4

r Stan Thomas and Charles Kingof i GOODYEARTIRE GAINESVILLE 372-8441 ;J.,*' Also ask for your IGO
the Tigers; Mike Boles of the CENTER !

Orioles; Ivo Rabell and George I I' Circle Safety Inspection!II
Rafferty of the Indians; and, 114 N.W. 13th ST. ::1iiuzui& Sun I

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: ALACHUA GENERAL Barbara Gail Pearce, Albert; j

l- Europe'sProblem 8ADMITTED Smith, Belle Mosley, Rachel

I Request I Rosena Loyed, Ira Judson Carter -

Hannah H. Esser, Morgan : Mrs. Ruth Ann Cullen David .

DuBose, Joe C. Dixon, Frances DeWitt Hughes all of Gaines-

'Joan Cook, John Wayne Fin- ville; Alice Pearle W. Means

% are The reqvested following apeciflcally market by quotations readers II ; Icy, Myron Ralph Jones, Mar- Archer; Labron Johnson, Alachua -

: i of nre'Su.'fJm'shed1by"i The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS ion Amos Ronald Keith Barnes, : Arthur Clyde Belch, Lake

II .. Butler Sylvanus Mix.
; Georgia
Pierce,Wulbern,MurpheyI' To U.S. ? son, Williston; Abbie C. Lang.

f I Santa Fe ston, Chiefland; Carrabelle C.

( NEW YORK STOCK I Southern Nitro _'_ 18 N Y S E Most' Active Stocks Smith, Otter Creek; Otis Thomas

.. EXCHANGE Travelers ins _._ 43'/i Complete VoL ,Close Chgs By SAM DAWSONAP Flournoy, Micanopy: Elizabeth -
I' Aerihet-Gen -_- 30% 73 400 Tex Gulf S 45% off 1% Business News Analyst FFA Reaps Curls, Alachua; Frances

;; Abbott Lab 2.40 38% Analex Corp -- 24% 60 000 Am Mch Fdy 21% up V NEW YORK (AP-Europe's Evelyn McGeHee, ,High

t Allied Chem 1.80 52% Aqua Ch m .. .15% 48 400 ReA 32% up V struggles with prosperity's problems Springs; Jesse J. Osteen, Trenton

Amerada Pt 2.00 82% Aurora Plastics 35 45 600 Lionel 4% up V could spread to the United HonorsDAYTONA ; Jettie W. Walker, Palatka.

I Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41 Barnes Engineer 19% 40 600 Occident Pet 30Vi off % States. DISCHARGED

Amer Enka 1.4Oa 581/a Butler Shoe --- 77,4 37 300 Curtis Pub 12V4 off % The immediate troubles in BEACH -MarionC. Charie Mrs. Carol
I: Amer Hone 1.443 66% Chromaloy 21% 34 600 Sperry Rd 16% unch I Europe and the distant threats (Bud) Riviere, member of Sue Boniface and daughter,

AmerMFdy .90 217k Cinerama -- 6 33 000 Sowest P Svc 37 up % here, are inflationary price in- the Santa Fe (Alachua) Future Jeffrey Cappe, Mrs. Mary Helen -

ArincoSti3.00: 70 Computer Sci _ 17 32 800 Ralston Pur '27% up %I creases and rising interest ratesto Farmers of America Chapter, Chillura and daughter, Walt
1.2Oa 31 Va
Atth Baxter Topka Lab __ .36 2214 Cutter Labs A 16% 31 400 Bucyrus Erie 35 up V I fight them. Both are childrenof yesterday was named state FFA ter Kyle, John Hummel, Ed.

"I Beckman In 49 Data Control 40 31 300 Gen Motors 88 up 1 Europe's fast economic expansion president in balloting at the ward Shea, Mrs. June Barry,

Beech U S 1.10 '47 Fulton Inds 9 29 100 Nwst Airl! N 52% off 1Y and spreading consumer state convention in session here. Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Johnnie
Gen Develop __ 4% prosperity. The Santa Fe Chapter and its Ellis Mrs. Marvena Davis and
Bristol .80 65th 27 100 Gen Elec 80% up 1 1- Melon ,
My _ U.S. Chiefland QueenMiss
Placid the
Mackey Airlines 6 as monetary members continued to a
Brown Shoe 3.40 911f.: 25 900 Westing Elec 30% up % reap daughter, Mrs. Barbara North-
\ 9 Mead Johnson __ 18 V- position looks today, Europe'moves host of awards at the conven- am and daughter, Lois Sparky,
Brunswick S -- 2.40 3n4 Pac NW Tele 22% N Y Stock Transactions to fight inflation by raising Susan Lewis of Williston, the reigning Chief- tion today. David Fugate of San- Mrs. Beverly Burke and son,
1.ooa 18 Philips Elec 33 3 620 000 Shares interest rates could roil land Watermelon Festival-Queen, is pictured shortly ta Fe was named winner of the Mrs. Ruth Paladine and son,

.j' Carter Pdt 1614t Ric Group -_--. 7 Today Weds. American waters. after she won her title last year. This scene will be FFA Foundation Soil and water John Tabaccren, Curtis Canna-
I Case J I R. Wts. 7% This is because much ol cur Chiefland but with different
Sperry repeated tomorrow a
Air 1.00 24 3-330 340,000 530,000 management award and received -dy, James Deas, Mary K. Barn-
t Cessna Syntex 67 recent gains in bringing our international "star." The 11th annual Chiefland Watermelon Festi-
cash also hart Hannah Esser
Ches Ohio 4.00 76 iI.J 10-330( 3,620,000 4,170,000 a $100 award. He Lindsy
Tampa Elec 24 monetary transac- val starts at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow. Queen Susan
291h V- was named Star Farmer of his Whittington.
Coas S Gas Tech Measur 15TWAWts tions into better balance have the of the
will be on hand for crowning new queen
American Stock and received the leadership
1.80b 44% Exchange area
CBS ..' idle investment POLICE FIRE REPORT
.J ----- 2U been due to keeping tomorrow night. ,
Comb Eng .----, 1.20 26% Active Stocks award for his area. For
:I money at home. Now, aEurope's Accident Roundup
20 Volume Close Chg. these two honors he received
Cone Mills ._
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interest rates *
MUTUAL go up] *
d Cont Airl _- .40 23 FUNDS 700 400 Syntex Cp 67% off 9V so does the yen of investors 1 t\J checks for $100 and $25. Involved in recent accident

1'1 Conti Ins .-___--- 2.20 55 Affiliated Fund .. ---.-- 8.78 39 000 Massey-Ferg 28 up% reach for the higher yields The Santa Fe Chapter was reported by the Gainesville Police -

Contrl Data l00% Capital We &, Gr _- ..9.83 38 800 Chromally 21% up 1% abroad. Watermelon Festival named top chapter in the state Department and Alachua

Com Pdts 1.50 62'h Divers Growth ..9.70 31 400 Assoc Oil & G 6% up % Europe's battle with inflation and received $40 and a gold I County Sheriff's office were:

,I Delta air -----. 1.60 79 Dividend Shares _- ---- -- 3.73 30 400 TWAWTS- 24% off % now contrasts with the slow rise plaque. On the district level, Lealon Elkins, Pelham, Ga.

Det Steel _--- -- .60 14% Dreyfus 19.93 -VNEW in prices here in recent years. Schedule of EventsSat. the Santa Fe Chapter received. and Rollyn Gilbert Douglas, Marietta
-- -
Emerson EI, 1.00 43 Fidelity Capit 11.20 asked YORK quotations.(AP-The supplied following by bland th. The rash of rising interest rates !a superior rating for improving Ga., at SW 13th St. and

Fair Camera .50g 21 Fidelity Fund _ 17.55 National Association of Securities De. abroad of late contrasts with the June the scope and quality of th e 9th Rd. at 12:54: pjn. yester
( 13))
Finan'} Fed 47% Fidelity Trend 18.50 ers. Inc.. do not represent actual transactions stability here. American monetary I chapter program and in devel- day.Charles
Fst Chartr .. --.--- 1.97f 331/a Fund'tal Invest 10.83 but are the NASD's estimate authorities have been ableto 10:30 a.m.-Entertainment by Rambling Harmonaries oping rural leadership. M. Williams Jr., Rt. :
i 14 of the range within which these securIties 11:00 a.m.-Free movie for children at Chiefland Theatre and John
Fla E Cst state L. ReFour, 1107 NE
---- Income of Boston 8.34 hold short-term rates high Riviere, the new FFA
( could have been sold (bid) or 11:30 a.m.-Luncheon for contestants Woman's Club
Food Fair .90 22% Incorporated Inc __ 9.89 bought (asked): enough to keep money at home, 1:00: p.m.-Sack race for queen girls only I president, is the son of Mr. and 25th Ter., at SE 11th St. and 7th

Frito Lay ---- 437' Keystone K.2 _ 5.48 Dow Jones Stock AveragesOdd and long-term rates low enoughto Mrs. 0. C. Riviere of Alachua. Ave. Tuesday.
t' 1:45 p.m.-Address by Congressman D. R. ( ) Mat-
Gen Tele .88 33 Billy Roberta S. Kline Univer
----- ,
Keystone 8-3 16.30 Lot Transactions encourage the economic He is 17, a senior at Santa Fe
Ga Pac .- l.OOb 621h Keystone S-4 __ ._.- 4.67 Purchases .- 283,761 growth which has become the thews High School, and in four yearsof sity Station{ and Thomas Wilsoi
Getty Oil ._ -._ .IOg 22 2:15 p.m.-Gopher Derby for boys and girls has Barron, 1941 NW 31st Place at
----- We Investors -.- 20.15 Short Sales 5,291 national goal. vocational agriculture
Grace Co _-----------, 1.oob 55% Life Stock Fund -- _- .. 7.90 Other Sales -_-- -- 282,784 Part of the success is due 1 to 3:00 p.m.-Parade starts at high school earned $1,297 with his supervised -NE 23rd Blvd. and 17th Ter., at
,.. .80 21'h 4:00 p.m.-Welcom address by Councilman L. W. Drum-
Hel Curtis 11:12
--- a.m. yesterday.
Mass. Inv Stock 16.42 Total Sales --- 288,075 international monetary pact farm projects.
IBM 5.00 469 Mass. Inv Growth 8.65 Previous Day's Stock Market preventing big swings of capital mond Other chapters in District Colvin E. Conrad, 3440 NW

Int Min C 1.8a 71% Pioneer Fund -- 9.51 Advances 596 from nation to nation, whichwould 4:15 p.m.-Big melon contest and auotion III, which received superior 12th Ave., and Rosalie T. Ervin
Int Tele 1.00 54'Ve 5:00: p.m.-Awards presentation by Hon. Doyle Conner 3708 NW 21st Place
------- Puritan Fund 9.52 Declines 444 exchangesand the basis of at W. Univ
---- upset currency ratings on improvement -
Kellogg .-- .80a 4j3/4 Putnam Growth 15.54 Unchanged 293: threaten another run on 6:00 p.m.-Twist contest at school gym of their programs and Ave. and 34th St. at 8:20: a.m

Lehman Cp 1.34e 29th TV & Elec ---..--- __ 8.00 Total Issues 1,33* U.S. gold reserves. These inter- 6:30: p.m.-Doors open for entertainment at gym I rural leadership were Bell, Bron- yesterday.
7:00: p.m.-Program in starts
1.98f 59%
Litton In Value Line Inc -_ --- .._ 5.53 New 1963-64 Highs 28 national agreements are now gym son, Chiefland, Gainesville, Haw- omWillard
7:30 Hon. Earl Faircloth
Lone S em --- 1.00 20V. _ 39 the. test. p.m.-Address by attorney gen-
430/ Wellington Fund 14.98 New 1963-64 Lows. -- being put to eral-elect thorne, Lake Butler, Melrose,
Marsh Fid 1.60 This week the National Bank Schapp, 42, of Pompano
Starke Bradford Trenton and
Martin M 1.00 17% 8:00 p.m.-Watermelon contest ,
-------- - ----- of Denmark has increased te queen Williston.The Beach, was arrested by Capt.J. .

McG Hill : .60a 35 Cc) New York Time. 6% per cent from 5% per cen -- I E. Beach of the Florida High-
Mead Corp 1.70 47% NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 11 its charges on loans to commercial state convention, whichis way Patrol yesterday on SR 93

Merkd .--- 2.00a 35% High Low Close Net Chg. banks. Last week the ban I I being attended by more than five miles north of Alachua and
_____ .80 46% ; High Springs 800 i'F Aers concludes tonight.
MatI Air --- 25 Roils 142.84 141.32. 141.77 Off .37 rate in the Netherlands went :tc J InTheCapitol charged with driving while in
NYCentL.SOg 35% 25 Industrials 818.08 808.08 812.92 3.68 Closing highlights will be instal-
Up 4% per cent from 4 per cent. I Youth AdmitsAuto toxicated.
Nia M Pow 2.00 52% SO Stocks 480.46 474.70 ,477.34 Up 1.65 Earlier in the year the Britis lation of new officers and selec- Breaking and EnteringThe
Norfolk W 6.00 132 'ion of a state sweetheart.
to 5
bank rate was jumped percent : following attempted or
No Ind P S ...---- 1.48 55%
from 4 per tent. Swiss and successful break-ins were reported -

No Nat Gas _, 1.80 53% STOCK German .interest rates have ad High Springs youth pleaded Deny Marine within the past 24 hours:
Olin Math FLASHES vanced. Italy is expected to guilty yesterday to chargesof The home of Mrs. M. Tucker,

Owens II G __ 2.50 93 MARKET make a similar move to fight WASHINGTON (AP-In the auto theft and burglary. Shot CubanMIAMI 318 NE 7th Ave. Access gained
PacG&E1.00 inflation there. news from Washington: through a window; a jewel
60% Grover Cleveland Alexander
Pac Lting ---- 2.40 I NEW YORK (AP) Sperry comparable U.S. Federal (AP) The United chest, gold ring and wrist watch
30% 17 admitted and enter
1.20 breaking
& T _
Pac T
still DISARMAMENT Jo- States has denied charge by
rate Sen. a
I Rand was sold heavily as the Reserve discount : reported missing.
Pan Amer A 1.20 69% ing the Farmer's Hardware Co.
'stock market declined early TODAY'S DOW JONES holds at 3% per cent. seph S. Clark today blamed a the Cuban government that a U.
27% in Alachua
1.00 Wednesday Fire
Parke Dav early Calls
this afternoon following a three- The link between rising prices belligerent congressional minor- S. Marine at the Guantanamo
__ 2.00 74% I then stealing auto from M.
Pfizer Pennzoil -- .80a 44% day recovery. Trading was slow 811.25 t Indust I I'off 0.31 and interest rates is that by ity-and he included specifically -L. Jones of Alachua. Naval Base shot and woundeda At 4:16 p.m. yesterday, short

--- 3.00 66% I over-all. 203.44 I Rails I off 0.22 hiking bank charges business Sen. Barry Goldwater-for 1 Cuban soldier.A circuit in wiring of auto in park-

Phelps DgPolaroid i discouraged, along blocking the road to completeand The Havana Radio broadcast, lot
._ .20 136% 141.3d | Util I up 0.23 booms are High Springs youth : ing at Alachua General Hos
----- Sperry was unloaded on a with consumer eagerness to bore general disarmament.This I pleaded guilty at his arraign- monitored in Miami Thursday pital.
PubSvEG.------2.6O 35 series of large blocks 17,000 287.55 I Stocks I off 0.14
50% row to buy goods. ment. claimed the shooting took placeat At 6:22 p.m. yesterday trash
Oil 1.60 boisterous beligerency
Pure --- --- 1.00 35 shares, 15,000 and 10,900 shares 3,660,000 | Volume 11,650,000 j Alexander was accompanied a guard post outside the naval fire 1223 NW 4th Place.
._ in led
foreign policy. bya
RayonierRexall -and remained under continuous
.50b 45% Late MorningN. self-perpetuating few, is a by a 16-year-old boy who was base and warned that the Cu- At 10:16 p.m. yesterday, burn-
selling pressure.The turned to author- ban government would take ing logs at 300 block of NW
Reyn Metl___---- .50 37% constant drag to our efforts 1 towage over juvenile 32nd
selling, brokers said its St.
was ities. steps to protect sovereignty.
Rich Merr the peace'Jsaid ,
triggered by news that the Listing
R C Cola __ 1.20 68% highly-regarded Dr. Louis T. Farm Credit a Pennsylvania Democrat.
1.73g 45%
Roy Radar had resigned as president AllisChal 18% IntPap 31
They rally against treaty,
Searle Gd .90 60% I any MONEY'S WORTHWhile
__- 2.00 90 of Sperry's Univac divisionto IncreaseIs Alcoa 71% Jones&L 76V "no matter how minor with the YOUR

Singer Kin- -_ 1.20a 60% join General Electric. GE AmAir 43% KaisAl 37% Communist world," he said in
Smith -
stock traded about unchanged. AmBdPar 36% Ken'cott 797/
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32 a speech prepared for deliveryto
I The market as a whole was PredictedWASHINGTON AmCan 46% Lig&My 17th the General Assembly of
St Oil Cal _-.. 2.00 63% Summer in Lull
I in slow decline. Loch'd 34V Camps
__ 2.00b 77V4 a irregular AmCyan 64% United World Federalists.
StOi1Ind- Gains and losses of key stocks AmMot 13% Lorillard 43% I.

Sterl Drug .- .65 57 27% regained mostly from fractionsto CAP) A AT&T 134% Mag'vox 30% Clark called upon advocate ,(*
UtilTextron +
Texas a point. Some groups foughtthe AmTob 33% MM&M 59% of disarmament to take "issue ',
1.40 41% government farm credit official Porter .
-- .
downtrend. These included 1 AmpxCp 15 Mohasco 13 with the military- 1dustrial j By Sylvia S.
281h '
Tidewater -------- predicted today that the 7/
retails, aerospace issues and na Anaconda 40 Mons'to 77% complex and all those who, like

Trans W Pac A .__.-. 1.60a 42 451h% drugs. 'tion's farmers will require I Armour 47% MontWd 36 Sen. Goldwater and many a'' industries and services progressive booms in the baby round operations.Some .
Union ------
The Associated Press twice as much short-term credit NatDair 8U Democratic senator, as well, schedulingtwo
Und AIr L -1.50b 51% averageof Babcock 29% acorss the country are in records -food business children's clothes camps are
60 stocks at noon/was off .5 1973 35% NatDist 26 pursue a belligerent line in foreign five-week sessions insteadof
by BethStl
Upjohn 1.00 51% as they used last booms, one enormous business bicycles, soda pop, summer
Jim Walter----.--;..- 3O at 303.7 with industrials off .6, year.F. Boeing 49% N.AmAv 46?, policy. which has slid into a long camps, etc., etc. But the babiesare one eight week session,
rails off .1 and utilities off .3. Borden 72% Penney 54V4 their older teens and thereby doubling the number of
War Lamb _- .70 28 Goldwater, the front-running leveling off phase and whichis into
The Dow Jones industrial Vernon Wright, deputy I Brunswk 9 PRR 30% habits activitiesare they can accommo-
Worthintn ._ -.----- 1.so 40% contender for the Republican now starting to fight as never their tastes, youngsters
Xerox 115% average at noon was off .31 at.governor of the farm credit ad- I CaterTr 63%' PepCola 53%I presidential nomination, was before to hold its own is violently changing.It date. Others are setting up off.

Zenith 1.20a 67% 810.94. ministration, said in a report Celanese 64% PhilMor 81 the only member of Congress summer camping.A could be that the summer season camping weeks and

Polaroid spurted 4 points or that farm credit needs for operating Chrysler 46% PhillPet 49% named by Clark in his speech. couple of weeks from now, camp business will be in a lull weekends, staying open. for siding -
so and IBM was up a point. CocaCola 128 RCA 32
until the mioV70s, when the in winter. Miss Hicks reportS -
mobs of
when the first
AMERICAN STOCKEXChANGE Sears Roebuck advanced purposes are expectedto young-
more ComEd 48% RepStI 43% WARREN COMMISSION: Mama babies in tutu have camping that, "Many Scout troops,
start to railroad stations -war
than with other retails total at least billion sters jam
a point $25 in Revlon 34%
ConEdis 88% .
Oswald testified 'Y' and
again and bus the nation age children. When this happens church groups, groups
up fractions. 1973 compared with $12.7 billion ContCan 51% ReyTob 45% depots
Thursday to the presidential well concludethat though, says Marjorie! similar organizations are going
over, ,
mE COUNTER American Telephone sank you may
OVER last year. DowChe 71 StRegP 30, 'commission investigating the the migration -Hicks, managing editor of to camp in the dead of winter.
about 2 points. I summer camp
Alico Land __ .7 Prices were mixed on the "Today's family type duPont 254 Seaboard 47% assassination of President JohnF. is more gigantic than ever. Camping Magazine, "there'll be With the right equipment and

Amer Fidel Life _. 23 American Stock Exchange. commercial EAL 31 Sears 113 i. Kennedy and a source closeto But it won't be so. an even bigger boom for skills, they are comfortable and
farm those that sell E.Kodak 133 Sinclair 46% commission confirmed I "
the "
24% marvelous time. Al-
have a
Amer Heritage and U.S. The number scheduled to go camps.
Corporate govern-{more than $5,000 of products a Firestone 39% Socony 73 was questioned about a report into increas- involve winterizing
Amer. Mat Ins ment bonds showed little SouthnC 60% to summer camps this year is 5 -The camps are though may
Amer 'Pioneer Life 6% change. year will likely become few FlaP&L 73 that her late husband threatened million, the same total as in ingly rough competition with buildings and off-season
Anheuser Busch 49, er, but even bigger, in the next Ford 51% StBrand SperryR 78 to kill Richard M. Nixon. 1959, when I last reported this summer schools and are up staffs, the judgment of those
FrmstDa 11%
Anodyne 4 Face Death decade," Wright said. FreptSul 35% StO NJ 85% The source declined to reveal story. The total of camps in the against a growing trend toward who have tried it is that it pays

Anodyne 4l This expansion in size of farm FruehTr 29% Studebak 7% what answers the widow of Lee U.s. today is 12,500 unchanged family vacations and stayat- off.As

CitizenS Bank 34 For AssaultMIAMI units will bring the added demand GenDyn 26% Swift 50% Harvey Oswald gave when ques-: since 1959, despite the huge home activities. another illustration, more

Comsat Corp.. 20 for operating credit, he GenE 80% Texaco 77% tioned about the report and a: growth in our population since. -They're also feeling the impact and more camps are offering

Conn U & Pow m.Cowles said. GenFds 84% Thiokol 14% second one that she had blockedan The summer camp business is of the upsurge in sum- their facilities as low cost con-
(AP) Three
Mag & Pb 11 Negroes' GenMflls 38% U Carb 124% attempt on Nixon' life by I. estimated at $500 million, also met travel abroad and the rising vention and meeting sites. Their

Dunn & Bradst S9Y. each faced two sentences of Wright said he expects the GenMtrs 874, UnitAirc 45% locking Oswald in his room. the same. popularity of overseas sumImer major appeals are to fraternal

Firs West Fin'c'l U% death in the electric chair today, number of farms selling at least Goodrich------ 50-- UnFruit 22% The leveling off in unmis; camps many of which' organizations and church
Oswald refused to discuss
11% Mrs. -
Florida Gas convicted of the of two $5,000 worth of products annually blunt fact is that. in and who
rape Goodyr 40 US Steel 53% her six-hour testimony and takable. The specialize languages music groups may rent a camp
Fla Tele .-_ Mexican sisters which they de will increase from 1,575.000in Greyhnd 54%: UnivMat 12% her William A. Mc- both private and "agency" offer children opportunitiesto for a weekend or a week.
23 attorney,
Forrest LabsFounders Life 8% nied. 1963 to around 1,450,000 by GulfOfl 56V4 Westg El 30% tenzie, shielded her from news- camps (those sponsored by the"Ys" : learn important skills while Finally, more and more .

Franklin Life 56 They are Mack Charles Will- Honw 131% WinnDix 36 men's questions, even those she scouts civic and religious vacationing. camps are opening their facilities
74 Woolwth 82% facing a severe Because Is highly to individual families
1973.Egg IntHarv seemed to groups) are camping so on
Greatamerican UGroUer son, 26; William Bailey, 31, father disposed
IntNick 76% and the are: seasonal and the costs of
Market reasons
pinch, establishing -cross-country outings, are set-
37 of six, and Jimmy Wilson 29, Kennedy was murdered last
i The war babies there were and maintaining a ting aside part of the for
S6 father camp
Gull Life of two. Nov. 22 while riding in an open !
Home 'Ins- -63 I JACKSONVILLE (APThe ,Name in ErrYesterday's car through the streets of Dal- 18 million born between 946 summer camp are climbing transient paying guests.

Kennasaw -Life 11% A jury of 12 deadlocked 6-6 on, Northeast, Florida Egg Market las. Nixon had visited the ,city and 1950 are now passing the steadily, the pinch is real and This summer will dramatizethe

Life of Fla ---_ S the question of mercy (life imprisonment -prices to retailers: Sun erred in identifying the day before, the day of the camping age moving into the the industry is developing significant -' transition going on in UJS.

Lowes Company 19 ; thus making the Dr. Edwin Andrews' attorney reported Jocked-room episode. college, job marrying and set- new twists to ease it camping. It also will indicate
MUgo Electron .- -- 1M. death sentences mandatory. j Extra hrge 39-42, mostly 41; as William Chandler. Federal and local authoritiesare fling ,- down age. As one illustration, more and the sort of ingenuity other businesses *

Mort Guaranty Ins 26% Circuit Judge William A. large 37-39 mostly 37-38; medium Attorney in the defeated city convinced Oswald killed the The unprecedented wave ofwar more camps are extending will have to summon as

Pacific SW Air 443. Herin called each man to the i 28%-31, mostly 28%; small commission candidate's election resident Oswald subsequentlywas babies has been cutting a their summer sessions and the massive tide of teenagersmoves

Schlitz Brew -- 48 bench twice for sentencing 23%-2S, mostly 25. contest suit in ,circuit court is slain by Dallas nightclub chr0D0log cal wath through the many particularly YMCA into its collective adu..

ecwLile&Tr. 58 Thursday. I I'I Poultry at farms: fryers: 12%. ffliarn] Graham i operator Jack Ruby. U.s. ecnosiy, ,has been creating amps are becoming year hood.I .

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WANTED assistant for' doctor's 0 OR
: office. Must be able to type. j9JQJO01111 $14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open
complete insurance forms and House Sundays 1 to 4 p.m. Designed I WANT-AD RATES

: ;; file. Salary depends on experience ACROSS lilO ] ( & engineered by U. S.
Steel Corp.. Homes ::
\ $ Phone FR 23695.SALESPERSON 27. Follows Division. 2100 I
.' -.. Narcotic Coasters W.L 6 I aq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond., PH. 372-8441
brick veneer. 2 car carage 1801 .
; For ready to wear ege 23-45 experience smoking 30. Restore RIEIN TA ci NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes.
"I-I preferred but not required. mixture .j- ; : E for
,. 3 2 Cadmus'daughter itIi: E Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 4-
Ths; is full time. permanent 7. \\Tiitc 6690.
position with all employee bene clEft I I I'
Classified ,
: I Only -
: fits. Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. poplar
>-. .. ,.. < 33. Mien E.DJ JWK :. 1
; 12. Edit
1. 34.Qukkthn t F ( E II :
,f CURB GIRLS night shift, apply in 13. Earn i A IRI Al I| DEADLINES

person. Jerrys Restaurant 2310 37. Pedants i.ct : Ru U R Ti

': S.W. 13th St. 15.Melodious Similar 39. Hunting s 1BICEUJ( 3728404BEAUTIFUL Tues. thru FrL paper*-5 pjn. Day before pvWtcatlrt

'r Qualified nurse to care for newborn expedition traditional I For ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
infant during two week out. 16. Suprem 41. Eider Ft. Space design, quality and residence.custom I: For ads to GO In Mon. psper-I pjn. Sat. -
of-state trip in late August. Ref SOLUTION
THERE being throughout. Lovely large
erences required. Box 437-A. 42. German
Gainesville Sun. 17. Dutch lot. More expensive than the (Minimum ad 4 lines I.

; songs 2. Fearless 7. Candlenut average price range but you
commune '43. Exhibition will agree this house Is more FAMILY RATES -
r WOMEN over 35 with pleasing 19. Anglo- man tree than worth It. I. :

personality can earn $30 to $40 44. Male 3. Eager 8. Disparage TWO ACRES In the woods with the Insertion ........... ...... 34c line

a week contacting established Saxon king.precious 9. of most in contemporary styling; :3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
Avon customers. Experience un 20. ". Kind of Arsenate overlooks a creek, five bedrooms, a Insertions .. .... .... 17c line
{ } necessary. Call Avon Manager.FR Classifying23..De5Unr. OWrcoffee copper handsome fireplace. modem 12 'sertions: ...::: : : ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 14c line IE

1 C.I C. IS 20421.GENERAL. 10. Compared kitchen. Not quite completed "" Total charge ronIDY'ed by multiplying total lines x rate earned

1 office work 5V* day tions 1. Une\'cn Appraises 11. IT. Substantial and a steal at $14.500.00. x number of Insertions.

week, salary commensurate with 26. Bench ledge 6. Sows summer cash payment required

i ability. 3764433.GRANDMOTHER 18. Dawn FOR $15,25000 FHA evaluation you flif\

NEEDED. Mature goddess can buy a four bedroom. two bath I 5 Five letter words per line
I woman to live in horre. Children I tJ, PT Aluminum house in the Littlewood area. Spa-
: (19 and 5 years) need security clous living room and separate
and guidance. Parents iF sulphate dining room parquet. Appoint Same at 2 line
> WORTHWHILE wont. Room. board and salary. I I I I ? : =LJ: 21. Circumscribe ment only. g 8 Pt. ordinary type
Call FR 6-6915 after 5:03.SECRETARYExperienced:. SEVERAL lovely lake homes for I

sale. These are year round residences 1 12 Pt. Same as :3 lines
young '
lady. permanent resident. know-. 22. So. Amer. distance.within. easy commuting ordinary type

r I ledge of bookkeeping. must like wI''i Indian group I
working with figures. Type accurate I 23. Prose1yt"0 J. W.KIRKPATRICK. 1 18Pt.Pt. Same as 4 linesordinary
and be neat. capable and I type
: hard working. Apply at 1012 $. Judaism

Man: Street.WAITRESS 24. Pert. todreams Realtor I I

experienced hours 5 2J \242f\ 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2- 404 24 Samt AS S line*
tit ._ to 12 P.M. Apply in person to I I I ILJ3 i muu i i i iI 25 Doltish Member Multiple Listing I ordinary type
Hurrpty Dumpty Restaurant 310 )
N. W. 13th St.WANTED. \ :I:I" ffiJA"! : 28. As it is Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell

4\kQ written: music A. W. Reece. Capt. USN. Ret. F
&iI Ladies e The Gainesville Sun will not be lesponsible for more than
"U f I I IOUL I 31. Passageway SAVE I incorrect insertion nor will It be lIa Z:* for any error In adver
: ready-to-wear De- ; tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -I

I READINGi and Everyone clothes will are easy love to him make! Cowboy even partment Man- mn.: : : ii-I.___ : t : '- 34.35. Region Fatigue BUY FROM es g be the made advertisement.by the on errors l'em M that the do advertisement.not materially No effect adfustment the valve will of

for beginners.A Excellent ?7 3 4o
Cowboy mascot for teens. age Whirring BUILDER
college girls. pal for tots Pillow sound
forms body legs go every which salary I benefits, J- 42 ( = 37. Ig i lectlng The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ftI
way. Pattern 707: pattern pieces. step 3 bedroom. 1V, bath. Pay only I chance any advertisement which It deems oblectional and .I
44-in. doll.Thirtyfive. and working con- '1J 44 38.Bishopsacat $80 per month including taxes \ Sn conform classification of any advertisement from that ordered
c.nts in coins for this dition. Must be J= ._ : =i: safe and dead-end Insurance.street.Wooded Perfect lot for on == the polIcy of the paper. 8llmmtU

pattern add IS cents for each AP N.w.iv.sa 6.12 Nourished
young growing family No
I pattern for 1It- special handling. Send to Laura $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot u.ull/qlllWllllil/lll'-
Wheeler. Gainesville Sun Needle- in person to no. 47.Advanced. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for
craft Dept.. P. O. Box U1, Old Sale

Chelsea Station. New York II. N.Y. Personnel Office, Design 3-2. One of Gaines
( Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, vllle's WELL located home for sale Owner
most advanced home de LEAVING
: THE NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. J. M. Fields Stereo 28 Livestock & SuppliesPONY 35 Houses for Sale signs. Eye level built-in oven graduated and will give Immediate BR. 2 blth.TOWN."nn will heat sell, built.my' In 3

and range In kitchen. Breakfast occupancy. R e cently kitchen home. You
BARGAINI WAITRESS wanted. right shift. can Sl v *
1944 painted
Big. NeedleCraft in
new for sale 2 yr. old stud. bar. Walk-in closets. Terrazzo and excellent condition $1500. Call FR 2-3526-
Catalog over 200 designs. Apply in person University Inn, broke to ride Saddle and bridle. WHY PAY RENT? floors. Large rear let with fence Why pay rent when you
only 25 cents A must if you 1901 s. W. nth St. See 3928 N. W. 20th Ter Call New homes. 19500. 3 bedroom, tile on back line. Save nearly $1.000 can pay less to own. 374-4055, LARGE Woodland Terrace house.!
knit crochet quilt sew embroider. FR 2-0392 bath $65 per month. Located on on this one. $15150 $500 down 1242 N.E. 6th Ave. full appliances Included. Excel.
Send 25 cents.SPECIAL 12 Male Help Wanted S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some FHA $94 month includes all. lent condition Easy financing.
Trade-ins. Call FR 22372. Ask for lot 2. LITTLEWOOD Owner moving out of State. Call
iSUNI PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe LIFE. GUARD with Senior certificate 5-ROOM FRAME house, screened 3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm., large Storage -
work for summer Phone Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 room, screened .
new Quilt Book. For beginners GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all porch reduced for quick sale porch carport "CALLUS
FR 63015.MAINTENANCE Huge corner lot with hundreds established yard shrubs.
experts. Send 50 cents now! Shots. ready to go. Shown week $2. 95. Phone Cephis Goodman,
dollars in shade
additional landscaping. trees. $500 down. 527 NW
MAN. experienced. days after 7 P.M. all day Sat. 528-4384. Wliliston. Take sidewalk to public 34tn Ter. Ph. FR 25043. TO SEE THESE FINE LISTINGS
To live on premises. Phone FR and Son.. $75. 3501 NW Uth Ter. or parochial
63012WANTED. 6 BEDROOMS schools. Save big moneyon
ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good this one. Lot no. 24. $474 DOWN-j bedroom masonry
new & used car salesmen for watch, stock and pets. FR 4 baths. living rm., fireplace wall EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST home with built-in oven and
I (2). Salary & commission. 20033.SIAMESE) to wall carpeting formal diningrm. range 1 year oldONLY $75.00
WANT .. / Apply at Melton Motors. 703 N. ., all elect. kitchen. cent heat HUGH EDWARDS per inofith
Main St.MANAGER. KITTENS. Reg. lilac, & air conditioning. 2 story on
blue & choc. PT. Champ. Lilac. landscaped acre. $34,800. Call own- INC. SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet $500.00 DOWN Large 2 bedroom
trainees needed age 6 reg blue & choc. Males at tr. 376-f14. WOODED 93 X 164 Lot two story frame home .
2150. steady employment. fringe stud. Ph. Wliliston 5286448. 2837 N.E. 15th Street CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 Smith School. ONLY $40.M
( benefits. Apply Jackson's Mintt SWIM FREE 376-7971 Bedrooms. 2 Baths Paneled Den month. per
Market. 1234 N.W. 16th Ave. BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle 6 weeks NE Lovely 4 BR 2 baths, spacious Living Room Dining Room Electric V V
old. AKC registered. Call FR 2- rooms. Large scr. porch Built In Kitchen Large
CAPABLE man to run residential 7258 after 5:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. FORDYCEREALTOR WE HAVE several I 3 bedroom 2
Air condo V.A. loan. $102 month. Family Room. Hardwood Floors.
home Must bath homes with central heat air
j building program. all day.GERMAN Equity on terms. 3721854. FR 21053.
conditioning and
ADS know construction throughly and Florida room
register- IfII N.W. 11th Road
be able to coordinate lobs. Salary FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. In the Littlewood School area the
CLASSIFIED plus extras. Please send resumeto ed. 4 weeks. Wormed $40. Phone home located In Westmoreland -- Gainesville High School area and

P.O. Box 14127. University Sta- __t. White. HY 2437.. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Idylwlld

tion Gainesville. MINIATURE Dachshund puppy. 2 lg bath Rms.. Ig. family PARRISHPRESENTS
AKC registered 9 weeks old. has Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. 4 BEDROOM. 3 bath home com-
J{ PAINTERS only top rates.Wanted Call First Commercial class had shots female; $40. Phone 3743800 Central heat built-in kitchen Including LUXURYYes. plete with swimming pool and
central heat.
Painting. Inc. 376-2758. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards this home really Is. A beautifully .
walk to schools close to l landscaped lot in the J. J.
MECHANIC First Class. Knowl- 33 LOTS FOR SALE U of F S medical center FHA Finley Area Wall to wall carpetIng INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedroom V
edge of Hydraulics gasoline $22,700. Down payment $1,700. fireplace and fully equipped with 2 bedroom apartment
engines and welding required. Sal. FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots Immediate occupancy. Drive by built-In stainless steel kitchen. ANGLEWOOD -Almost new 4 BR unit completely furnished. ALSO :3
( 'q cry commensurate with ability. at $1500 ea, 2 Inside lots at 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler Only $32,500. $2,800 down and $200a 2 Bath Contemporary home. Central furnished.apartment house completely
( :,00t Contact Florida State Employ $1200 ea. Located 2 miles southof Brothers. 3729545 dally 374-9048 month. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES heat and central A-C. Fenced ONLY 110.000.

ment Service. Crystal River. Fla. on U.S., INC., 3741234.DELIGHTFUL. back yard. Family room -beautiful $1000 DOWN
Spacious :3 bed-
NEED Immediately. mechanics (2). 19 in Paradise Gardens Subdivision. night.OPEN built In kitchen. Immediate room. 2 bath masonry home in
J Dial experienced plenty of work good Call C. Emory Cross. 376- HOUSE occupancy. Westwood. Large corner lot.

salary, group Insurance, paid va 4582. _.
3 Bedroom, 2 bath Florida room. .
7 bedroom home In
Service the N.E. sec
cation. Phone Mr. Elrod immediately tor only $450 down. Assume loan at .
: WILL pay tion. This home wall to wall carpet In living
home is
Manager FR 28433. of land outside city $94 per month. By owner, 1937 equip JOHN
f' lot or parcel ped with central heat paved drive room and dining room. Lovely ,
SERVICE Station attendant prefer. limits, but close In, on which I N.E. 7th Terr.EXCELLENT and air COnditioning. Only $13- built In kitchen with nice family

ably middle aged, 11:00 P.M. to nice duplex house all ready on BUY 000. $250 down and $39 JO a month. room. Excellent financing. MERRILLRealtor
7:00 A.M., salary according to moving equipment. can be moved Central air conditioning & heat 3 Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.
ability. Apply in person Billys! this week. Or will sell you the BR, 2 bath built-in kitchen family INC., 376-1236. FLORIDA PARK AREA A pleasant
S Shell Service 318 N. W. 13th St. building furnished and ready to rm, fenced back yard outside masonry 3 bedroom home on Multiple Listing
go at bargain price on easy city limits. Only $14250. Locatedat a nice lot 110 x 154 located within Associates Marcella
13-Help Male or Femal. terms. You can move In same or 3945 NW 34th St. Ph. FR 4-2969 UNUSUALLY walking distance to J. J. Finley W.: H. Buchannan Pardl
rent out by end of week by act- designed patio really sets this 3 Elementary School and Gaines. VV_
Ing now. FR 4-3012. bedroom home apart. Wall to wall vllle High School. Owner leaving

: PLACEMENT Office Professional SERVICE FOR SALE lake lot on Red Water.4 FRED carpets kitchen equipped. In a town. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

L 376-4672 Technical 7 Miles from Hawthorne. $3.500. beautiful neighborhood. NW. sec
23823. tion.. Only $13,500 $1X100 down FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Attrac.
College GraduatesFor Phone FR tive 3 bedroom 2 bath V
and 19S. O a month. Call FOR. masonry
appt. call 372-4377 ARNOLD home on nicely landscaped largelot. For top
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.. 374- quality workmanship
10-12.00 A.M. 2-4.00 P.M. 34 Waterfront Property 1236. Immediate possession. May call
Monday through Friday we show you this one. V
102 NW 2nd Avenue Shores REALTORSWIMMING QUIET GWYNN OAKS Large 3 B.R. -

YOUNG man or young couple. 25 Cedar Key neighborhood for this 3 bedroom 2 bath home on large wooded lot UPHOLSTERY

to 35 capable of handling considerable tr Other Properties home. Spacious livIng In the S.E. farrily room, built In kitchen 1508 N.W. IJth St.
You responsibility, must not POOL area for only $12,250 Call FOR. with large screened In patio- Free Estimates Pick up and
be afraid of long hours or hard David AndrewsCedar DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC., 376- must be seen to be appreciated. delivery.
Three bedroom. Two bath house with
work. Must be ambitious and be 1234.
Key. 3841 enormous living room and most NEAR
able to work for yourself. without UNIVERSITY 3 BR. 2 -
attractive kitchen.: Drapes and bath!' brick -
home. Large kitchen
Starts $100
supervision. per
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD wall to wall carpets included. TREESand
family room. On lovely lot. Also
week. build to better than $10.000a
Reg Broker. specalizlng In Wonderful outside entertainmentarea private study away from familyactlvly. FREE ESTIMATES on
year. Large Southern Corp. ACRE- shrubbery surround this Colonial -
LAKE PROPERTIES 126.500.00. .
not Insurance or sales. or any. AGE. 3 miles No. of Meirose home overlooking a picturesque FURNACES and Quality
thing like that. but the best future pond. This house has wall
& opportunity on this paper. to wall carpeting fireplace, and AIRCONDITIONERS
See R. G. McElroy at the Holiday lot on the Suwannee Only a few months old and In perfect has been completely redecorated. division opening soon. Acre lots
Announcements Inn. Wed. A.M. June 10th 10 River at Rock Bluff. Call 374- condition. Three bedrooms. Within walking distance of University streets now being paved. May we
Can A.M. on and all day Thursday 6160. two baths screened porch. marvelous of Florida. As little as $1,- tell you more about this restricted
& June closets. Paved street. Closeto 500 residential area outside city lim-
and Friday June 11th wood- down can handle this lovely
3 LOST & FOUND 12th. Call for appt.. no interviewsover JUST over one acre 20 heavily miles from schools. $1,300 down and $119 home. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES by faanf
phone. ed. Lake clear per month Including taxes and in- INC., 376-1236.
front feet on
WILL person who found a white Gainesville. surance. Its.M.
purse In WInn Dixie Friday night HOUSEWIFE-STUDENTS. Earn extra lake. S3500 with $1500 down and M. Best In equipment using In-

please return pictures drivers money. your own hours. no $58 per month. or $3.000 cash. 374- AIR CONDITIONEDBeautiful FORDYCEAssociates ternally Insulated ducts. designed
license & check book to address car needed. Call 374-8968 from 1123 after 5 P-V week- nds. engineered and Installed
large 3 bedroom, 2 bath
_en Checks. Send C.O.D. 8:00 a. m. to 12:00. Donald Manser. ,
home with central air conditioningand Inc. byALL
AIR CONDITIONED, gas heat, heating. Spacious kitchen ParrishAND AMERICAN HEATING
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 14-Sales Help Wanted completely turnlshed 2 bedroom panelled family room with fireplace Real Estate Exchangers & AIR CONDITIONING CO.

house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles huge screened porch. Ad Multiple Listing Realtors ASSOCIATES INC. PH. 376-8268
LEARN TO DRIVEl East of Gainesville. Price $8,800. sliding glass doors are thermo- Grace S. Fordyce, Broker V MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH.
Buy to nervous Special or elderly.attention BEST real estate soles opportunity Terms available. Phone FR pane. Large nicely landscapedlot. Dudley Goulden Associate Wayne Hill Helen Graham 1930 NE 23rd Bird.

Easy Way Driving School. FR ; in Gainesville. Draw 4-4454. 3200000. Harvey Benton Associate Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish 24 Hour Service

_2-7003._ Uc. by State of Fla. ing account. Leads furnished LAKE cabin for sale. Small 2 BR 926 WUniv.. 3741284FUN 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375DDtfT

TUTORING for elementary grade 3721551. cabin on clear sand bottom lake, FINLEY AREA
students by qualified teacher. 5 miles from Hawthorne, $5000. 3 bedroom, 2 bath centrally air-
Phone Mrs. Imeton, FR 2-6720. Call 372-0447 after i or all day conditioned home on extra large IN THE
16 Work Wanted Female Sat. or Sun.OCEAN sloping lot. Cork floors. Nice de


COLORED lady would like to take .75 feet on the Ocean with a depthof
care of elderly person. 14 yrs. 354 feet to AlA and 389 feet
t or riders wanted to Palatka! experience as nurses' aide. 5 on A1A between Crescent Beach -
Hire! Monday-Tues. Wed. For I:15 A.M. days per wk. Phone 372-4742. i. Marlneland' Price for the next

.class at Junior College. Phone FR 20 Year old girl wants a |lob takIng 15 days $14,500 REALTY COMPANY
2-3748. care of children. Live in and Write Multiple Listing Member
can give good references. Phone Eugene L Barnes & Son, Realtors 1219 W. Unlv. Ave. 3723522
tS SPECIAL NOTICES 46-I 164. Members MLS Associates: Pete Slog
45 King St. Ph. VA '501J Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge

17 Work Wanted Male St. Augustine. Fla. Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo SUN
I have new It44 model automaticZig Bob Katkman Jimmy _Greene!
Zag sewing machines. No LAWNMOWING JOB. have own 35 Houses for Sole NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

attachments needed to do the mower. Will also cut hedges. Call
: following decorative Stitches, 376-1069. NO DOwN PAYMENT 3 bkj J RedfranksRealestate
Sell buttonholes, appliques. monograms bath. Central heat central air BOATS & MOTORSWHO
blind hems. Etc. $575 BOY 1$. willing to work preferably cond Northwest. $19,000. Call COATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
per mo. $44.50 total prict. 115 full time. will take part 374-2927.
W. Unlv Ave. 3761075. time. Work at anything. Call
_Bobby Shorter 374-5894 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB. screened 24" GRILLS
porch. air conditioned. central HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlg tr Plywood fishing boats.S49.50 .
8 Baby Sitters. Child Car Boat Introduced MOTOR
FR by
t heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street
18 Schools & Institutions ULTRA MODERN with Roman Inspired PHILPOTT? $18 ft
artlum with sliding GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
from THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 3723537Ust
24729.WESTWOOD glass doors opening CHARGE
TINY TOT Real I Estate Exam nearly every room.ARCHITECT Striking "The Heart Of East Gainesville""
entrance patio.
PLAY SCHOOLVisit COURSE DESIGNED for the latest In FRANK PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie .
or ATTEND First lesson free.HOWELL'S I It's Brand New luxurious Florida 11 v ing. SPORT CENTER FR 2-17TU of Clissmcatlonj to choose
us and see for yourself. BUSINESS COLLEwE
: 24 SE Ith St. FR -7106. COLLEGE. 211 W. Unlv. Ave -3 BR's 2 Tilt Baths Nearty 2700 sq. ft. of living Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
Central Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH .
F R. 4-3507 3723727. C:.Cral' AirconditionedHaidwood area. Triple car port.
EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher Floors heat & airconditioning Motors. MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S
to care for children. 3 MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for -Huge LR fc Family R. Of course. FOR THE DIS- Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving.
ere play area. Planned program CIVIL SERVICE .344 N.W. Uth Ave. CRIMINATING BUYER. Exclusive Canoes. JOHNSONSEA
", 372- so. Examinations. For Information -Easy to buy. See now. with this office. Call Fishing Equipment.
send: name address & Phone No. 40617.WESTWOOD. "Where Quality Sells Itself HORSE MOTORS
Key Training Service. 112 W.Adams LittlewoodSmall Safety
; SCHOOL AREA-Almost 20 NW. 14th Ave. Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
Child Care Center 3T-UtJ St., Jacksonville.
new modern 3 bedroom FR 2-5011 or FR 4-4lf3 Boats. Sk supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment
Rent BABY-SITTING in private home. I INTERNATIONALCORRESPONDENCE Down ", 2' bath with central BAiRD'S MARINE
t $t per day Phone 3727205.Employment heat. Large panelled family Mon. Thru FrL 5-4 pm. Sat *-4 601 S. MAIN ST. Tennis Equipment.
Payment3 room. Patio. Extra nice Other Times by Appointment

BR-1 Tile Bath built-in kitchen. Beautifullot. Baseball Equipment.
Less than $19.000 with
& Ref. included
SCHOOLS Stove excellent terms. Call 4-017. SWIMMING POOLSBE Where to Fish.
-527 N.W. 34th Drive Sun Want Ads
236 courses Including high school. _Total price S12. OO
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED business. technical. and ertgineering -Best Bue* Nf SPLIT LEVEL3 bedroom. 2
For complete Informa- bath. Large ft pet. mortgage CAREFREE Plus many many more.
lion call 3744047.SHORTHAND UNIVERSITYREALTY can be assumed. Price
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn S14JOO. Can 4-0817. Enev| a dean and healthy pool.Master .
Pool Service Inc.
to Secretarial Courses Classes APVTRTISE IN THZ
$5 hour now
tip per demonstrating
NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom Supplies & Monthly cleaning
famous Studio Girt forming. Howelfs Business Catlew -
frame home on over acre
Cosmetics. 218 W. Unlv Ave FR &-1 07.
Full TWne.
of land convenient to Medical Fit 25343 44040 13171
I r : Phone 37M33 after a. 1115 N. Man: St. Ph 372-4351 Center. Everything tike
W. M. Munroe.
EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing.shorthand. 28 Livestock & Supplies Assoc: S- E. McLaughlin. Frank New. Total priCe. $8700 wOn
knowledge of bookkeeping low down payment to responsible
McCann. T. C. Douglas
.,), '- '..., { desired. Ample starting WANT TO property condition cows Roby, Jr.Roy party. Call 4-M17.
To ad in the
wage. No age limit. Unlimited before freshing? Then try cooperative MR. MERCHANT: place your .
\ career opportunities for woman Mills 13 per cent fining WORK SHOP claude M. Red Franks. Realtor I I
with quick mind. Prefer permanent feed. Ideal for bulls & herefords. CAROL ESTATES 3 BR, 14 bath Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. PHONE 372-8441
.resident. Send resume or too. On special during June. dining mu FU. rm* tg. vtiLrm E. "BlR'"* Harris Associate Fun in the Sun section -
Interview request to Box 435 C-. FMX Gainesville or Alachua. fenced back yard. near 7 NE. 1st St. Phone 4-0117
Gainesville Sun. Phone FR 2-105 or 461- 1G5. schools & churches. 3728774.f Home: 2-7943 or 4-2TZ7.





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Ut Colored 44 for Rent 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts.
35 Houses for Sole 41 Residential Income 43 Property Cottages
I 35 Houses for Salt
I 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart
3 Bedroom CCB;; ;; tile bath carport 1 bath 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also acloinlng HOMES FOR SALE: Lake by week or month. Phone STOP LOOKING Sub-let June 15- ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd Ave
$9,000 $450 208 N.W. 36th Ter. 3 BR 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Aug. 15. 2 BR completely furn.
and utility room. rental property. 200 fl. 376-5462 or 475-5273 nue. Can be seen after 1pm.
down. $45 month. Phone FR 2-3355 FHA. close to grade and |Ir. highschool frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay air cond. apt. T.V. antenna incl. FR 6-3591
trees and hedge. take over ment. Some small down pay. 2 blkt. from campus. Married
I THETIMEISNOWIUIII. days. FR 6-4311 nights.DISTRESS contract for my down payment. Ave. Will sell together or sep men:. Monthly payment SS7 to 45 ,Furnished Aprs. couple preferred. $89 per mo. AVAIL. June 15. Alr SALE Available August 1st. Ph. 372- rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- $65. Also homes built on your 372-6753. No children no pets. .65. 406 NE
LIbby Heights. 3432 N.W. 13th Ave. 6477. 4752. lot for no down payment.Call NICE CLEAN x 45' I bedroom 6th St.LARGE.
TRAILER. Lot 16-C. Archer Road FOR RENT one bedroom furnished
4 Bedroom. 2 bath. Separate transferred.dinIng 4012 S. W. 19th St. Owner ready Builder TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR 2-4125 Village. Phone FR 6-2869 after apartment near Univ. & Alachua 1 or 2 BR Reasonable.
I room. Owner 15th. to leave. Selling at sacrifice 42 Farms & AcreageACREAGE 6.ONE. General Hospital. S65 month. Clean, convenient location. Excel-
% Must sell on or before June price. 3 BR, 2 bath. Fla. room. COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex Available June 15th 1C2 NW 7th lent neighborhood. Adults only
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr PRICE SLASHED TO be assumed.$23,000. pius extras. MUST SELL NOW. apartments. large living and bedroom cozy apartment. St. Phone 316-79S5. 306 NE 5th Ave. FR 6-0969.__
FHA mortgage can Phone FR 29026. dining area. modern kitchen with walking distance to town. private
Terms of your choice. FR 6-1291. fan large storage closets terrairzo entrance. E. Univ. Ave. Call FR I BI=DROOM. completely furnished I
House Rent? 3 BR. IDEAL for couple or small family. tile baths heat- 35514. upstairs or downstairs near
to Mason Manor. floors space
BY OWNER. Small :3 I bedroom. CCB home. McCOY'SMacoma
kit.. Appr 46 Acres near new Country shopping center. See at 612 N W. ,
built-in and hot water heater. facilities
heat er
2 bath cent. closets. Nice sized I LARGE bedroom apartment.
Extra large site one
Club. suitable for Apt 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75
huge screen porch paved dead yard. Is vacant now. Has been or fine homes for washing machines andpaved I 158 per month includes gas and mo. I Homes
per ,
end street. shaded lot. reasonably lived In only 2V% years. Small streets. See at N E. 26th water. 303 NW 1st St. Phone -
priced. Phone FR 22378. down payment. small payments.To 12 Acres W. of Gainesville. on Ter. or call for appointment 372- FR 6-2012 or 6-7568. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. Inc.For
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REMEMBER-A rental COSTS FR 22940 after 5321 or 3725322 ,' Near University. See at 411 N.W. ,
vacancy LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath, Ig see phone pavement $680000 3 rooms & bath, close-in adults. 3-
call 2-4647. $60 attractive
15th St. per
or Sale very
I.r., with fireplace D.R., builtin 4:00 : no pets. Water turn. SJ5 per mo. home. 4617E.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent carport.kitchen.central enclosed alr-cond.patio.: 2 and car: PM.BUY OF A MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 44 Cottages for Rent FR 2-4621 or 3721633. mo. bedroom.. University 1-bath Ave.; walking
W. Univ. FR 6-443
heating. Near schools. Priced to 1019 FURNISHED apartment for rent I' EAST SIDE distance to Lake Forest
sell. _3505 N.W. 13th Ave. Tel. LIFETIMEDistinctive 80 ACRE FARM. 12 miles from FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage all for two. male only. air-condi- Schools. Price 12400.. $500
it 2-6795. city '1. mile hiway frontage electric tile shower good ventilation tioning. central heating. u t II. I GARDENAPARTMENTS down and $79.50 per month.
2500 sq. ft. suburban good vegetable land planted pa:$- located on Santa Fe furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. : Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy
EXCEPTIONAL BUY, available home priced below replacementcost. ture small frame house deep Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- Close Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
now. 3 bedroom. 2 bath. near 4 BR 2 bath sunken living well farm equipment Includec $169.COMERS. C\A 4 room apartment. I 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
609 N.E. 6th
Here's what COSTS YOU schools and University. Central wall carpeting. Ig. shopping $57 per month upGainesville's .
your Vacancy rm. wall to $250 per acre with terms. Contact Lake View Beach on Phone FR 2-1391. S65 per and 23rd BlVd.Quality
Heat and Alr-Cond. Call ALA- kitchen with built-ins, suspended ALACHUA REALTY AS-! Finest
Lake Santa Fe now I momh'l
Big open
CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES. china closet. etc. Set among SOCIATES.;; 3762448.Fordyce YOUNG COUPLE or aged
EVERY DAY until it is rented : 376-2448. beautiful trees on IV* acres front- Swim and picnic. Furnished cot- preferred. but no Furnished or unfurnished
the week. For reservation -
tages by Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
Rd. Monthly pay. Available
LITTLEWOOD ing Millhopper Acreage pest Upstairs apt.
WESTWOOD call 461-1129 Earlton.
3722365 ment. :JOt NE 9th St. Phone 3769608. -
Walking distance to schools. 3 ments of $117. Phone Call 66512. Homes

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: BR 2 baths Study.home hardwood in Skyline floors. for appt. to see. 40 acre tract beautifully woodec 2 Fe.BEDROOM private house dock. on$45 Lake per week.Santa 1 & 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ. '
Heights. Cent. COMPLETELY furnished. 2 bed- southwest of town only $165.00 an Call FR 63268. ext. 2523. '16 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2664.
built-in range & oven. WESTVILLA
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day heat. Shaded back yard. Call Sq.room Ft.frame in good home.condition.about 1500 Located A acre.beautiful ranch with magnificent RENT modern furnished cottageson 1 BR. furnished apt.. water Ter. S60 furnished. j E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
4141 NW per
376.0863.FOR near bus line and Stephen pastures water, tobacco and peanut < Lake Santa Fe by week or 376-2930 ask I, JR. N.W. 16th Ave.
$50 . $1.66 day SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year Foster school, at 822 NW. 39th allotments and timber. at season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. mOo Call or :
per Mr. Haynes.
permo. around home on SW side of Lake Ave.. on beautiful lot 100 x 141 $16500 an acre a real buy otoday's FOR RENT week or month. 3 for Homes. Lots. Income. Easiness I
Santa Fe $25,000. It Interested Also car shed and work shop. $100 market. room cottage on Lake Lilly. NICELY furnished convenient and Lake Property. & 37th St.
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day call 4755675.IN down payment. $100 month. $12- Investment acreage close to MedIcal AAelrose. sleeps 6 adults. Plentyof downtown area. $75. Also garage Farms and Acreage.
NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm.. 000. Credit report required. call Center in southwest 20 acre shade on house deck. and apt. air conditioned. SfO. Adults E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. I
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day 1 bath. kitchen. living rm., dinIng FR 6-2524 or 6-6710. parcel approximately 660 x 132 white sand beach. Utilities in- only no pets. Inquire Llllian'sMusic 638 N. MAIN ST. TERMSWALTER
for $5,500.Beautiful GR 52631.U.HUH.H."HH.IH'.H' 64544
Block home with 2V4 CCB home in cluded. Phone FR -2031 Broker FR
rm. 2 bath.
3 BR. rolling hills over 100 ...._,. ..HtI.IRIIIIIIttIJIWJ"tIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIoII'!!
acres of land within city limits. excellent condition with established 8 n I
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Price 14000. Phone 472-2459. lawn. NE section. 2921 acres. perfect for horses and

$70 per mo . $2.33 per day $75 bath.per screened mo. $500 porch.down.cent.:3 I BR.heat.1 NE 12th.conditioning.a St.large This master house built-in bedroom Includesair bookcases ,- Also cattle 575 00 other an$37500 listings acre an on available acre.up. frOm !i"COMPA-RE fig EYES RIGHT! I

patio. appliances. Near schools. STUBBS
chain link fenced-ln back yard. See real dream living In Shadow I ,
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day NE Ph. FR 22774.LITTLEWOOD enclosed patio central heat. built- FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. INC.
AREA in kitchen optional wall to wall REALTOR D. Oliver. Bldr.

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day 4 B R. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living carpeting & drapes In living 926 W. Univ. 3761234NEWBERRY g THESE HOME VALUES Ii Ph. FR 2-0866 I
area central heat built-in kit. room & dining area. West on NW 39th Ave. past "We Trade Houses"L
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High schools. & shopping center. BEFORE YOU BUY II the Glen Springs intersec t
$85 per mo. '. $2.83 per day 2 blks. from Llttlewood elem. Paid membership to pool & club t Acres. mostly Bahla pasture. tion. See sign en left.
school. Ideal for Ig. family or house. No qualifying necessary. Only 2000. Call or See.S. s --- -
family and elderly persons. Occupancy July 1st. Phone 376-9915. E. SAPP. REALTOR .- - u -
$90 mo . $3.00 per day
Priced for Immed sale. 3449 SEE IT NOW I

$95 per mo . $3.16 per day FOR NW.SALE 13th by Ave.owner 3722893.in NE section. I 3 mi.Malore S. of Gardens Univ. on 441 ADVERTISE IN THE I SAVE! 5e YOU BUY TWO KINDS

3 BR. 2 bath large living rm.. 2-1145 2-4625 2-4537 SERVICE DIRECTORY The following are ready for I

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day dining rm., & kitchen open onto FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 occupancy. 5 OF BUIlDINGS
large screened porch In walking s
Fla. rm., utility area
bath. Ig.
distance of three schools. Fenc. dining rm. !lllllllfflmmnfflilluuffl1mWmnfflffl150etlso C
separate living rm
ed In back yard. Call 376-5758. kitchen wall to wall carpeting In 3330 & 3320 I BYSQUAREFOOTAGE I

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR BEACH house for sale between living rm.. glass sliding door HOME NW 30th Ave.
AlA and ocean. 4 miles south of leading to 16' x 24 patio fencedIn -
I Marineland. Call FR 2-8847. back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. 1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn, $77. I
$19.500. 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $115 per mo.
$350 bloc down.home 3 on Bedroom shady corner lot. I 4617 SE 1st PI. I
GREEN Excellent neighborhood. Call 372- 2024 NE 16th Ter. 4608 SE 2nd PI. E
5968. GUIDEby :3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn., $89 3 BP. 1 bath $400 dn $68
per Dermo.
2618 N.E. 10th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath

CCB. carport heat and and utility paid-up room.pool The James Co. 1115 NE 5th St. 303 SE 38th St.
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale membership. Reduced for quick Ii 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $94 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $64
NortheastOne sale. Phone 3725994. The James Co. of Gainles- = oer month. per mOo i
bedroom compact MASONRY ville. Inc., Builders of Kings s
4 BEDROOMS BATHS 3 BR. Fla. Rm Carol Estates. HOME on a corner lot for the [ADD THIS UPIt plus IV makes* baths.a plus top berry Homes for this area will 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Fla. Room Fireplace Central near schools. Pay low equity YOUNG married couple. Completely HW buyl floors.3 BR.plus WW carpets. plus be happy to answer have any questions 3 BP 2 bath, $650 dn, $98 a ItiI
might concern-
It-this lovely & assume VA loan with $77.94 furnished Including electric you
heatyou name sep. DR plus pantry. plus eat. Ing home ownership. You mightbe i NorwoodHope per mo. I.w.w.
ad refrigerator-Tile
modern masonry home has itt mo. payments. Ph. 3760339.NORTHWEST range plus draperies. plus .
kitchen. that
In one of those people
N.W. of course. Big fenced corner bath. All this for $6,700-call FR. fenced. plus shrubbery, plus now owns a home but found 3301 & 3311 i

lot double garage plus car. 2-3617 convenience to elementary. high that It is now Inadequate, If NW 30th Ave.
this amazing
port. Inspect. schools and shopping. SUBTRACT this Is the case. a call to The 4 BR 2 bath, $600 dn $89. I
Attractive terms. school 3:I bedrooms Good ValueYou fees (Its by well
Close to and shopping. selling and closing James Co. could very = mo. BARNS
ARCH Ph. CAMPBELL 374-5707 ANYTIME REALTOR 2 bath home with family will find in this :3 I B. R. 1 bath owner). 5V4 per cent FHA-$97 solve your problems. By this "H" Inc. per C
room. This Is a very nice home In the Northwest area. Only mo. (net. T & I. CARRY your we mean trading in your pre I
home for the growing family with $400 down and $88.00 a month- own figures as an offer to 719 sent home.
GLADYS SMITH only 51.500 down payment. Call FR. 23611Income NWj 19th Lane. Call 372-3714. We Trade Homesor :
number of
in & There are a questions .
freshly painted
I 2 BR frame.
REASONABLE that we can answer concerning or PropertyALL
shade trees oak
PropertyIf out. Back porch. trading. We feel that
SERENOLA ESTATES DOWN PAYMENT- floors terms $200 dn. and $55 FOR RENT i
,Lovely residential lots new school 3 br., Fla. rm.. Large fenced yardIn you are looking for a property monthly. Located near Univ. Ave. by talking with us you can M' "lIIlIIIIIIlIRIIIIIIrmnnrmlllllllllllll
opening In September priced from beautiful I Idylwild. Priced at with an Income let us show you bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. Immed. pick exterior a suitable floor that plan will suit and 124 SE 7th St.
$3500. Call 3725393. 14000. this nice 2 story duplex FUllyfurnlshed517S.00 occupancy. See It and phone 6- design
month In- your needs. from our many
7170. plans that we keep on hand. ALL OUR HOMES ARE 3BR.lBath
S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra come. Good condition and loca Mo.II1IImmrmmllllmltllmmmnmlUnnl .
Is A call to the James Co. will so OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 1 Year Lease. $95 per
range nice and large oven. fireplace.home. built-In New DAN BYRD tion-Paved reasonable. streets-The You should price InvestI- 38 Real Estate Wanted get all the facts about any m SEEING :lIMALr. == I
questions YOU WILL
INC. gate before buy. Call FR. 2- type financing any lrnmll!
FHA commitment. Call 3725393for ASSOCIATES you have without 1123 S.E. 4th STREET !
you might any
an appointment. Jack DeYot Realtor 3617 TEACHER wants to buy 1 or 4 obligations on your part. S FR 6-5301 or FR 6-798 i II
Associates bedroom country home with WAREHOUSES
80 ACRESPlus Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway ASSOCIATES older I
J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. acreage or home In nice We have lots available Inmost 53I
Christine Stone
3 bedroom 2 bath home town. Send details to section of town for
central l heat oak floors 20 miles 125 N.W. 13th, Street 3722511 J. W. Davis Listing H. J. Wiltshire section box 424-M. Gainesville Sun.You'll you to any choose from. ;-.,.._.......I1I11IWlllllllUlllllllUllllmmllr.. .niuiiinannnnniiiuiu._I nmmnrammmmmImnlEfll5UIlso8lnnilTi8lll8lUlButler --. ,. -: look
from Gainesville. 15 acres pecan Call night or day _Multiple I If you're buying a home

grove 45 acre permanent pasture. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene I at the TOTAL PICTURE!
20 acres unimproved. Tractor, Paramore have over 30 years
mower. harrow fertilizer distribu combined experience In the You get more dollar.for-dollar

tor. Call 3725391GLADYS construction supervision of homes.by Jim By careful and Bros. Builders II I Value in a Hugh Edwards home! I

SMITHRealtor Gene. it will enable you as the ,
( for homeowner your money to get and more certainly home II I EDWARDS Bldr. 2 Bldr. 3 i

Associates: oven& makes The James construction You
Anna Hinson Ben Griffin FormTca \ to be beyond compare. I REAL PLASTER WALLS YES NO NO
Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes rorige.J'cabinet Sound absorbant normally

Member Multiple Listing_____ By building primarily the to I I used in higher-priced homes.I I II
Foldaway KIngsberry home we feel we
fops have I great advantage and I II TERRAZZO FLOORS YES NO YES
great opportunity for you as Estates East-tn-care-for, permanent
MaryMoeller doors the purchaser to pick design Palm View I coior, no furniture
and floor plans that are create Indent atlons.il .
iforagege ed by some of the country's I

_ leading architects.If .
central : you desire complete Information Lasting beauty greater
call The James Co. and A new community of distinctive I resale value.
RealtorDignity heal -E we will be happy to come to
your home and spend any homes in the fashionable Ii I FULLY SODDED YES NO NO I

amount of time necessary to Northwest. FRONT LAWNS
explain The James Co. systemof I I Keeps sand out of your newI
& Beauty I home ownership.We I .home. gives you nearly two

C Brick 2V4 bath, N.W. with large can secure FHA. VA and I years head-start. Saves money.
L.R. separate D.R. family rrru, several different types of conventional Featuring :
Ig. kitchen with dining area Lg financing.Let SIDCWALKS YES
car port this home Is situated on t I Safety for your cllildren. No NO I
beautiful lot. 22nd St. area shown : i.g us mention a few of :HA homes from future assessments.I .
by appt. Call Mary Moeller. the Homes that are either un-
t.L\r- der construction or In the COMMUNITY YES YES NO
$16,000420,250 I
Price Reduced : planning stage. -Im-. SWIM CLUB

3 Br. Lg family Rrn. study Lg. ji. if .4-Bedroom, 3 full tile baths L-j- ,I Down payments from $600.N SwImming recreation with and summerI
patio C.B. on beautiful shaded lot. with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living your
to see this lovely home drive by -_ area. You must see this hometo neighbors.
840 NW. 20th St. & call Mary ; It. We will tradeon
Moeller. appreciate this one.3Bedroom. VA Loans Available ''I I GAS LAMP POSTS YES NO NO

:;:.:., Adds distinction fo your home
Gives aldeeS: burglar
BeautyAbounds IVi bath with you
hardwood floors located on protection.
In this Lg CB :3 I BR. IV* well shaded lot. Small down-
bath home near St. Patricks Pa- = FHA.Construction I FORMICA CABINETS
rochial. Metcalf & Howard Bishop payment. YES NO YES I
: BEDROOMPalm Alw.ys.-eJlln. never
schools. all rms Lg & spacious.For to start soon on 3 & 4 refinishing.
comfort a very Ig S V. A. :3-4-Bedrooms homesIn
screened Or'Can abundance of N.E. Gainesville. Call now FLOOR TO CEILING 1
storage room. Call Mary Moeller. and make all color selections.All CLOSET DOORS YES NO NO
these will be trick veneer. Estatesis
Double shelved for 100%
Contemporary We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.
100x276' Pick a lot and house I mort storage 'Plce.
a BR 2 bath family rm with fireplace Ipaper
dbl garage, excellent neighborhood family plan to suit you. planned for professional men end their TRUSS ROOFS
shaded yard. $1200.00 Now under construction ,- Full I ft. ceuing throughout YES
equity take up payments J12J.OQ room f concrete. ) Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 families. I home. Attic IIIKe for I
mo. S.W. section. See Mary Moel vanatories Sq. Ft. floor area double are additional 1MII11tlon. fu.1savings.
ler. port on shaded 100x276 lot. Will MODELS .
trade on this one. FERNWOOD

brick S br. breezeway. LR I No wood trim arooN windows
dining rm. quiet St. Realistically from $12,250 up to rot from natural
priced Drive past this fine property I condensation.III .
1114 NW. 13 Ave. & call. find the KEY to j
Mary Moeller.Retirement.

fine family living at. from $400 down 'I NO MONEY DOWN VA

3 Br 1 bath. frame Ig lot. quiet *,.Il'iIIITIasuS.p ii $100 CLOSING
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Building igliland. Court Manorthe For Mere Information 3 MODELS IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

Site Call .

Near Country Stub. UW on SW. swim club: community TheJames I i iI

34th Street-162 ft. .comprising WRITE WIRE. PHONE or VISIT
appr. 45 acres. Near U.F. f
Campus with Income establishedwill Co. II I Vi//nge greeJlil
Moeller.lease or sell call Mary I Open

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Sales office-NE 23rd BJvd. & 11th Terr.-372-3471 Homes

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CLEAN living room lust refur. FORDYCE RENTALSCall CLASSIFICATION INDEX you have any darkroom equipment NOW this week only 54'xlO .., : .,. "" .. : :. '
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nished newly painted. 1 BR apt. our to find the gathering dust you rm. sm. Payf t -.i 0; "
f. at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $73 per house agency wish. Many listed. would like to donate or loan to Bal only $44.23 mo.: FEDERAL .
no. Immed.! occupancy. .Phone Also apartments you furnished. ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE IIt the Fledgling: BuchhoU JHS Photo ''QUALITY HOMES. INC. 2117 .
-2472. Weseman Realty. Club? Small Items apprecia Temple Ave. (301) Starka. Fla t 5. 4-. '
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\ 'I UTILFURN.CIOS.4n.2rOOmI.PrI. FORDYCEASSOCIATES. Car .t TkMka Wasted te Bar I ted. Contact Mr. Bryan FR 4- 644061.

jrate bath off-street parking no INC. 3 L... Fe.U 03 Macktoery TaIls 103$. NOW this week ONLY
J. lief$. Also newly papered 1st floort' 914 W. Univ. 374-1:34 4 Pcnullsc ..".... CS S.I36iag Materials New 55' x 10 2 Bedroom
.1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PL I Travel bferBatlraSpecUl M BauekaU GoataAatif 70 Boats-Marina Equip. SOME WITH IV* bath
TWO bedroom house for rent. S Netleee fS ... Small down payment & M2.54
FOR RENT Duplex apartment Apply Frank Dkkerson. Orange 9 FUrUta .. BfUe. Far Bale 441 North 372-5113

Phone furnished. 1334 N.W. 5th Ave. Lake Marine" Boat Works. P. O. 5 Baby Sitter CM1 Cant n Trading Pasta I NEW Fishing Boats painted and FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES

{ FR 2-4384. Box 221. Orange Lake, Fla. FUees To G. Ai4TUncs II Articles Wasted ready to go. 8th Anniversary Gainesville Fla. r--.t :. .. < -
2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room. 2 BR new home. located on paved To BeeAUTOMOTIVE rasl Oil WeaJa 15 day sale. June 1st to 15th FOR SALE 1951 HICKS trailer ; .
i living room and private bath. street. Hampton Fla. 20 miles 70 BM Marina E'.-. 18 ft. $24.95. 12 ft. $39.95. 8 yearsin with 11 x 30' cabana 3 BR. furnished .
l I I __Phone 3766512.FURNISHED from Gainesville. Wired for elec. 71 Camp .flail flak same location. Turn East It air COnditioned. washing

apartment adults stove. has .''ee. hot water heat 7' AlrylsBa 8aJe>-KenUla 72' Office BlpaieBS post office. 5 blks. Frank Dicke machine fenced yard. Located It
only. $40 per month hot & cold er. $45 per mo. Contact G. P. 77 MebBa flames far Sale n MusIcal Merchandise son. Orange Lake Marine Boat Archer Rd. Trailer' Park FR 4-
I water furnished. 314 NE 3rd Ave. Wadsworth Hampton.UNFURNISHED IS Tracks for Sale Works. highway 441. P. 0. Box 7317.

Ph. FR 2-4752. 3 bedroom house 79 Tracks Want** I I 221. Orange Lake. Fla. 35 ft. x $ ft. 1951 GREAT LAKES
p CLEAN nicely furnished efficiencyapt. S50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed SO Tractors Track KeaUlaat REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Dlckerson's Boat Works. new plywood house trailer \Vi bedroom. Hill-

TV antenna off street parkIng room house. $40 month. Furnished Trailer Rentals S3 Lets for Bale boats boat painting and' crest Trailer Park Mr. Joh n MORE AUTOMOBILESON
Private. Ideal for working duplex apt. S90 month. FR tt Metareycles ScoatenI $4 WaUrfreat I repairing. Reasonable prices. Gregory, or call FR 4-4030 after
Freyertj Discount House
lady. P. M. Boothby. 427 N.W. 4-7444. ABUmbil Repair Next to Varan's 5 p.m.
U Basses Par Bate E 441, Orange Lake Fla.
10th Ave. FR 4-7227. M .... blka far Sato on
2 Bedroom. CB house. $60 per M Cottares Far Sale i
I EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. ISO month. Call 374-2927 I A.M. to 5 S7 Steal Estate LARSEN fiberglass fishing boa 83 Motorcycles fir Scooters
month. Phone 481-2380. P.M. SI Real Estate TVi hp Evlnrude motor. Champ

AVAILABLE June 15th. Large 2 2 BR house available' June 18th 1C Sehoala iBstracUas SS Oas al Tows trailer.13th St.$325.a. 7th Can Ave.be Neighborhood seen at NW MUSTANG feet condition Special must model be seen. per.to

{ bedroom duplex furnished apt. $90 per mo. Call 374-394 after U Masle. DaseiBg.aaU 41 40 BusIness ResIdential Service Station. __ be appreciated $249. 1624 N. W

with big living room dining 5:00 PM. II < -Imtractlaa 41 Farm a> En'U"'I- 12th St. Ph. 376697'1960 BACK PAGE
.1 room. kitchen and lalousied VERY CLEAN air c ncI.,. 2 BR. 43 Colored 72 Office Equipment .
porch convenient to downtown. CB house with family room and EMPLOYMENT 0-1 colored Norton. 600 cc. recent overhaul
$80 month. Call FR 4-3070. carport. Near grade school. 403 17 Wick Wailed Male excellent condition* $575.

NICELY furnished 1 bedroom NW 19th Ave. Ph. 4-292. U Wark Waste Female RENTALS PRICES SLASHED Phone 374-475 after 5:00 P.M.

f\\ screened porch. carport shady SMALL 2 bedroom furnished house. U Sales Help WantedU Everything must gol Buy at less HONDA 90. take up payments of
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yard water paid no pets. Phone __no pets. Call FR 2-0204. Help-Mala or FeauleIS 44 Cottages Far Best g then wholesale. Adding machines S21.. Phone 372-0065 after T P M.
_-Fa.2-$Os7.-410tt NW 24th St. Male Help Wasted 43 Farmlshtd Apia. ; calculators; typewriters,

NICE 2 Bedroom apartment private RENTALS Draanatia 4. rjBfaralshed Apia. II 2! cash registers, check writers In 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR .
bath and entrance 3 students 11 Female Heh Waited 47 Besses tar Beat I'a,. 08 makes electric and manual; office
4 : or couple. Ph. 374-2721 or Furnished home on lake $125.00 mo. 4$ Daises for Bent Vat.,. chairs secretarial desks.' CONDITIONING. Tune up

..4tJ.2312 403 N. E. 9th St. FARMS & LIVESTOCKJS .- 49 Eaamk far Zest FR 2-0943 or FR 2-2105 evenings. Special $2JO for performance
Many fine homes vltable for oc Fcrm E'alf meat M Hotel Beams IV* miles! out Newberry Rd. lion test. All makes and models.
l' Bedroom furnished garage cupancy. n Feed Fertilizer II Mise. Rentals a on left hand side.F Hawes Powers Motor Co. Air!
"-apartment. couples or one single 21 Livestock SappDcat IlL Wanted Ta Bent t E CHECK PROTECTOR Conditioning Servicing Center.
girt no pets. Call FR MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
1019 W. Univ. FR 4-4471 lAniseaptar 'Xe, Sell 81 Baarders Wanted I UNDERWOOD ten-key. adding ma- 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2-
LARGE rooms electric kitchen, M Pita SappBea S3 Office Desk Spaae chine hand operated good condition 2541.
-carport water and garbage free 2 BR. Ig. living room. quiet street. U UTcstack Wanted 84 Business Kentala $75. Bambi Motel. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive
quiet location no pets; US. Call very nice yard. lalousled porch. _
repairs and tuneupMiller
-374-7WS. kitchen mo. Phone appliances 21313.MODERN turn. $75 per FINANCIAL SERVICE 73 Musical Merchandise & Sons. 732 NW 1st St.

4 Rooms furnished at 1228-B West 6$ BuUeia Opportunities 23 Special Serf Ices Phone 372-7915.
UniversIty -Ave. Water furnished, 57 Maser ta Less 29 Hema ImpraTcmenta WURLITZER

MO per mo. FR 4-2441 or 6-2930 HOME U ..11,..... 24 Kadi TV BerriesUAppUaneaP.re America's No. 1 piano and 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
Mr. Haynes. U Moa. Wanted
7 are at Earl's Piano Co.
LARGE, well furnished 2 bedroom 3 BR. CCB home. living rm.. dining organs Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlit- CORVAIR Monza.. '43, equipped
rm., kitchen comb. with buiit- .. .. .
white Iide
apartment. Living room kitchen -- ----- ---- j zer Dealer. 702 W. UniversityAve. with radio heater ---- -
and dining I area bath, porch Ins. terrazo floors carport. $4 Phone 372-2222. wall tires. ,000 actual miles.
t nice yard. 2 private entrances per mo. Mkanopy city limits. 10 I' 56 Business Opportunities: 66 Misc .For SI''.. Assume payments small equity -
I near stores and bus line. $85 mHv. from Gvllle. Big yard Ideal ELECTRIC Harmony guitar. 3 pick will consider older car for
for children. 444-3145. up. very good condition case equity. Call owner at 372-8441
month. Also 1 apart
ment. Large living room. kitchen OLD frame house. 3 bedroom, bath. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. makes decorative stitches applique and cord Included; $80. Phone ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. i

and dInIng' area near stores. 10 miles West on Newberry Road. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity buttonholes. monograms. etc. 322-4819. DODGE 1953. 4 door good mechanical -
and bus line. Antenna furnished.Call $35 month. FR 2-5091. after 3 and for the right man to get in Only $47.20 payments $4.50 per TRUCK LOAD very fine factory condition. Make Offer. 810
mornings or evenings FR 2- weekends. the bowling alley business with a mo. $15 W. Univ. FR 4-1075. rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR. N. W. 37th Dr. Phone 372-4841.
720. small amount of capital. Call FR ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC
JULY 153 BR, fireplace In living 4-2441 or FR 4-2930. Ask for Mr. DISCONTINUED MURALS STORE 112 SE First St. Ph. 61 CORVAIR coupe. at ...... $99
SMALL furnished cottage & trailer room. kitchen equipped large Haynes. Complete set $19.95.HARPER FR 4-3731. 63 COMET .................. $1.39
I for rent. Moore Haven Park. screened porch attached garage. 61 RENAULT ................ $495
2330 .I!. Univ. AVI. Phone 374144. Utility room. shaded lot. Call FR ABSENTEE ownership makes necessary > PAINT CO. ORGANS
USED 63 RENAULT ................. $791
local 10
sales of popular 18 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344.
4-3548. Inquire Wurlltzer Spinet. like new $525. 64 FIAT; 400 mL ............ $99:
4 EMALE student wanted to share 3 BR. 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st Gainesville carpet P.golf O. Box course.13427. 59 Buick Sabre. 14' boat with Ga- Hammond Spinet. perfect. $75. 62 FORD Galaxie .......... SLItS
modn. 5 rm. fume apt. with same. Ave.. $100 per mo. Also 2 br. tor trailer & 35 h.p. Mercury Gridley Music Co.. Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245.
$25 per mo. Utll. Incl. 2 blks. 1 bath In NW at $45 per mo. OTHER BUSINESS forces me to motor. Sell the above or trade Gainesville Shopping Center like :
( from town. Ph 374-M04. University Realty. 3724351. sell good grocery store & meat for land. Phone 374-2877. FR 2-5353 MGA 1956 Top condition
market. All colored trade. Small new Interior. Call FR 2-3054 art-
VERY attractive spacious upstairs 3 BR. 1 bath,'1414 NE 9th St. $95 down payment but must have AIR CONDITIONER: 1961 Vornado UPRIGHT Piano good condition. er 7:30 P.M.
J 2 BR furnished apartment. per mo. Call McKlnney-Green. collateral. Call FR 4- Mighty Mite. 7,007 BTU's. 115 $125. Selma Clarinet. used 2 COOL
Only S79 per month. FR 6-5270. Inc. 2-3617. 7231 good; days or 2-064 nights & volt operation $100. Excellent school terms. $95. Call FR 6-2524 CLEAN Coupe.61 radio Chev.heater Impale white Sports side
703 N.E. 2nd St. Ph. 3725433. or 4-4710.
Sundays. walls power steering auto trans.
ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St.. 173 49 Rooms For Rent LIFETIME INCOME NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers Ph. FR 2-3945.

per mo. Call McKinney Green.Inc. Business Is set up tor those who plants, ,cable.edgers.Wisconsin.tampers Briggs light Automotive DEATH In family. Must sell j 'Sf .
FR 2-3417.
willing to work spare time at '62 SUN
are SEDAN also
NICE. cool. downstairs cornerroom & Stratton. new and used mo SIMCA
close In. off street parkIng first. then full time. Honesty and tort Rental. sales and service. BEAM ALPINE ROADSTER and
J 46 Unfurnished Apt*. antenna furnished. 531 S.E. dependability more Importantthan Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE 77 Mobile Homes for Sale '41 FORD. See at 2818 NE 12th
2nd Place. FR 2-2382. past experience. Must 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. St. BUYS
use of ear and good references.
J NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen ROOMS single and double, on Those aspiring to earn up to 1V- BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted WYATT- 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire$ hard-
p equipped. $40 per month on a bus line. walking distance to town. 000 yearly. Applicant must have sailfish. 4'2" By Al Pfleguer. coupe. oir conditioned .
years lease. Ph. 374372 days kit. privileges if desired. 376- about $1800 which Is secured. No Miami. Fla. Only $145. The Tackle top Car .
374-7327 evenings. 2877. selling. No high pressure person Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. 4'speed transmission.
Write State Supervisor. Trailer SalesHome \i parked on Univ. City
LARGE decorated IN WALDO wanted. GOOD
newly garageapt. furnished cottage. kitchen HEARING Is one of your
lOS NE sm Ave. Partially Ig. bedroom & private bath. Box 439-M care Of GainesvilleSun. most valuable assets. Don't neg- of Bank parking lot. See Mr.

furnished. Phone 376 301] or Porch & carport. Twin or dbl. lect It. Visit Gainesville Hearing Pacemaker Mobile Homes Foster or Mr. Johnson at

CR 3-3413._ beds. 444-1184. Aid Co. Today. 620 North MainSt. Shasta and Alrstream the bank.

S rooms It bath downtown area. IN PRIVATE HOME nice clean 61 Wanted to Buy Phone FR 4-0095. Travel Trailers Power steer-

retrlg. I stove. Adults no pets. room for reliable gentleman. No SINGER FEATHERWEIGHTGood Ocala's First Mobile Home 1955 Oldsmobile Power brakes.Hoi. Auto. Trans.
water furn. $40 per mo. FR 2- drinking. Phone FR 6-5047. condition. sold new $149 Dealer Since 194S Ing After S week.
used furniture. re Radio 8 Heater.
4421 372-1433. CASH for your balance 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd.
or IN NEW MODERN HOME modern frlgerators. stoves. TVs. clothIng Phone 429-135 d.YI.1250. FR 4-2270.
TWO bedroom available Immediately furniture. dbl. bed.. private William's $68 or $7 per mo.
apt. etc. FR 2-3937. Ocala Fla. air conditioned; Chevrolet -
___ 944, 4 door
; lower level of duplex bath. Rent single er double to Service Center Hawthorne Road. __$15 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075 II. Nova. Completely equip

; stove and retrlg. situated men. must be gentlemen. Phone BICYCLE. 24", brand new has WE BUY ped. Best. lowest priced buy In
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 374-0814. been In made In Eng. 372-
64 Household Goads storage town. Call FR 4-9950 days.
NW 4th Ave. $80 Phone i USED MOBILE HOMES
per. me. Rooms for male' students near campus Real buy at $40. Call 374-0002 5032 evenings.
FR -5871. summer rates. By week or 1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt B. Top dollar paid phona 174X1371. CHEVROLET station wagon.

New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor month. Kitchen 6 meld service. T-A-G APPLIANCES BOWLING ball & bag for sale' $10. NOW SHOWING- 19.51 two tone. automatic radio heater '
$75.00 per month. Call John FR 22724.SEMIPRIVATE. Tested and Guaranteed 241$ NE 12th St. t 1944 MOBILE HOMES new tires. Cream puff. $450.
Merrill. Realtor, FR 2-14. S3t 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor .
air conditionedrooms from UP
42 Refrigerators Phone 374-0323. -- / GUARANTEED
FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30 tailored to meet
DESIRABLE well located 2 BR for rent. term 3-B $43 Including from $39 up Plans. Terms ,
9 Ranges
gal. with heater attached also shift overdrive
gas Drive little and V-4 FORD. straight
budget. a 1957
duplex apt. with utility appliance utilities. Call FR 4-2773 or 17 washers from $19 upI 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete your lot at radio and heater excellent /
save a ,
furnished. AvalL June 12th. Rent. FR 2-407S. Dryers from $49 up with gauges. Inquire Lewis condition $395. 1470 S. E. CARS
al, $85 monthly yearly basis. No 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up Jewelry Co.FRIGIDAIRE. CONNOLLYMobile /
NICE also small 372-3778.
Home Sales" Inc.
children. pets or students. $15 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
t a NW 13th St. Phone FR a-5323 Twin trance.beds. private bath & en 10 TV Sets from $35 up air conditioner 1 ton 1 Miles North on U. S. 441 FOR SALE 1944 Chevelle SS con
or FR 4-4833. $55 month. $45 N.W. 31st JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 110 volts $45 crib & Kantwet Phone 422-8144 vertible. 220 V.... 4-speed white
( Ave. FR 20719.MENWomen. .
419 NW Sth Ave.Ph. 372-5303_ mattress $20; oak office desk. Closed SundaysIT'S walls. Equity and assume pay-

'47 Houses for Rent Furn.I Rooms and apart FULL SIZE crib. $9; General Electric $15. 374-2134. FOOLISH I ments. Call FR 4-2155 after 7p.m.
ment. Near Campus.. 102 NW 13th refrigerator. $40. Call 372- Now Specializing In Ladles' Better .
St. Phone FR 6-2937 or 374-1082. 5108. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes $ to pay more. RECKLESS to EXTRA clean cars. $95 to $595. 90

BR HOUSE. suitable for 1 per. QUIET. air conditioned room for I 40 x 46", through 56. $3 Each. Exception! pay less. GET THE REAL day 50-50 guarantee. No down
son or couple. $30 per mo.. Hawthorne rent private entrance kitchenette 2. pair pleated drapes. window. Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER FACTS. Payments as Iow.s payment. small weekly or monthly
Road. Phone 377-4742. linens and utilities furn. $12.50 with Good hooks.condition.Fit $2.50 single pr. Bambl DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave $57.2 per month with S300 down. payments. HAN Motors 1636 AIR, CONDITIONED SPECIALSTROPICALTPONTIAC

3 BR. 2 bath. 411 SW 27th St. 1150pe" weekly. Men only. Call 372-1349. Motel. nue. LAKE GENEVA SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749.

mo. Call McKlnney Green. Mobile Homes Sales to driving with a 1960
ADD fun
Inc. FR 2-3417. ,tW.nt.d :To ,Rent 66 Miic .For 5.',. PRICES SLASHEDEverything Rt. 100 SE Keystone His Fla.t Alpine Roadster wire wheels.

SMALL turn house, newly decorat- must got! Buy at less tonneau white wall tires. new red
ed, no pets. Also 2 BR trailer. than wholesale. Adding machines Is a good policy to do business paint |lob. Call 374-7124 and enjoy
very cool. S.W. Section. Phone FAMILY of three wants 2-3 bed FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar. calculators; typewriters; cash registers In your own community. You can driving this summer.
FR 2-3433. room !house below JIM. Five anteed. Can deliver I $57.90. ; check writers. all makes depend on your' friends for top '41, $1450. Can be fi
year resident here. Phone 2-2913. Refrigerator service In your electric and manual office chairs, service. 23 years in the mobile VW Camper Will consider older
2 BEDROOM house. 1103 N.W. home. No service charge on re secretarial desks. FR 2-0963 orFR home business.! See nanced. In trade. Ph. 374-8314
33rd Avenue corner of 11th St. pairs. Wanted refrigerators and 2-2103 evenings $',2 miles out small car
House open. call FR 4-4130. 52 Boarders Wanted freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. Newberry Rd.. sign on left hand BUTfS MOBILE HOMES after 5:00 weekdays.
side. T b I r d
1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. 11th ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna F & E CHECK PROTECTORTHE 57 Vradio FORD. 2 dr.& Falrlane heater. Fordoma-- Choice of 4-1964 Air Conditioned Company Cars
St.. corner 33rd Ave. House open. ROOM and Board for girls. Private Double Stack complete. Noth- oday. Open t A.M. to I P.M. Closes tires. 1518 NW 4th Ave.,
Call FR 64230.COMPLETELY bath Washing Machine. Phone ing else to buy. $15. Brants. best costs less. Broil with Sundays. Phone 374-8341. tic good F. 372-1384
furnished 2 BR FR 4-4083. 513 N.W. $th Avenue. your broiler door closed no Apt.
smoke or fumes In your kitchen. OLDSMOBILE power steerIng AT BIG
home at leton. Fla. Ship- DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Call Fullgas Your Phllgas Dis SPECIAL and brakes. R 1. H., New
mane Landing..150 per mo. Call 54 Business Rentab Chairs low as $$. No money tributor. 374-5392. 104 x 20$' Lot for mobile home. tires. Extra clean Death In family -
FR 4-3507. down low as $5 per month. S1300. i Mile S. OH Paynes forces sale." FR 2-5429 or see
Free estimates pickup and delivery COLDSPOT refrigerator $40; 2 Prairie. For appointment call
1403 N.W. 4th St. Large 2 BR N.W. 11th Street.
at 119
service. All work guaran double maple beds $40 each; 1 FR 4-3052. USED AIR CONDITIONED CARSALL
2 bath house with
family room. GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W. teed. Phone 374-7784. electric apt. size stove $25. Phone REPOSSESSION Must sell at
Will be shown by appointment.Call 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real 374-8782. B LI EVE IT sacrifice price of $1890. 1944 Falcon -
374-5221. tor. FR 2-1494. TRADE your costly to operate 2-door sedan auto trans. R
ELECTRIC water heater. and MAGNAVOX stereo console. Less
LAKE WAUBERG FOR LEASE. 1300 sq. ft. downtown $48 for a new glasslined GAS than 1 yr. old: 2 fifteen Inch OR NOTSave & H. 2-tone paint. Call Roger at
1 B R house by week or month. store building suitable for retail hot speakers; 30 watt amplifier; beau 374-2511.
heater. Much more
$400 10 44 2 BR
business. offices.
Reasonable. Ph. 444-3130. drugstore or water at about half the cost with I tiful cabinet. Sells for $330 new. tshed.. only $3195. $350.40 down. FINANCE company i. bank repossessions -
1 BR furnished house. 1310 NW 1st Call ALACHUA REALTY ASSOCI OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. Must sacrifice because of travelIng $54.09 per month. cars stored at 4431 NW

Ave. near campus. Phone 376- ATES. 374-2448. ARCHER ROAD. FR ..5110.ROSE'S lob. Call 374-5851. Over 50 models to choose from 6th St. Financing available some 4 NEW CAR TRADE-INS
2937 or 4-1M2. LACE floor length wedding dress already financed. 59
Lawn Mower Service. I
56 Business Opportunities TRAILER MARTHWY. motor runs
with hoop. size 9, $23. 3 Pink dr. $595; 60 Flat new
Neatly furnished small home, 3 am back at old stand. 516 W. $293 58 Mercury. 2 dr.
Ig. rooms & bath all elec. kitchen University Ave. I buy. sell and bridesmaid's dresses size f; $10 17 PHONE 328-1050 perfect. $295; 57 Ford S passenger -
EXCELLENT downtown SinclairServIce hardtop.
carport. Cool. oak shaded Station -open and doIng trade. 1st class repairs. as al- each. Phone 372-4449. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 wagon. power steering" ."'?:

yard $40 per mo FR 2-S1S1. business will lease to responsible ways. 2-35 mm Exakta cameras, lens & EAST PALATKA. FLORIDASEE matic. radio 8. heater $495. 5$ 1963 FordXL 1962 Oldsmobile
accessories. Phone FR 4-4603. .., automatic
party with adequa 0e for $40. Chevrolet wagon.V.
200 wedding selling
$ gown.
48 Houses' for Rent Unfurn. capitaL Sinclair Refining Co. Full length. satin. Size 12. Call 2 End tables. 1 coffee table. Dark PLIES us for& MOBILE MOBILE HOME HOME SUP.INSURANCE radio and "heater $495 Two SUPER I 4 dr. sedan. Metallic brue.

Phone FR 4-0222 or 2-4312. Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon. Walnut excellent condition; $30. at the lowest rates. 54 Chevrolet take convertible.your choice$295 SPRT-COUPf. Ivory point. red in- white automatic, power steering fr
I BR. '1 Bath complete kitchen. MAN ond wife team free to live 372-0030. Phone 372-5514. SPECIAL-roof coating $4.50/gaL 54$95;Ford 54 Fairlane automatic transmission Itering. pwe'rbr.kes. brakes, radio, heater (air conditioning.

near schools and shopping cen out of town and operate a small T..V antennas. $4 single stack. $a GOLF. set of 9 Jack Burke, by Town & Country Trailer Sales clean $225; 51 Cadillac radio he.te. conditioning.
ters. For Information, Manaro's Sundry and rental business. Phone double stack. $1495 complete kit. McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must sell. 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 $145; 55 Chevrolet wagon $295;

Restaurant._ FR 2-4490. FR 4-3012. Jim Voyles 419 NW $th Ave. Call 372-2002. See at 804 S. Depot EBERLINER house trailer for sale. 58 Ford. 4 dr. Fatrlane 500 V.... $

Ave.FREEZER.. 40 x 10', elec. refrig. gas range. automatic. fwdlo It "heater runs 2488
chest type. Kelvinator. dbl. kitchen sinks bath with shower perfect. $495; 55 Chevrolet. 4 dr..
about 22 cubic ft. $100. WashIngmachine. 2 BR. fuel oil heater. Excel straight drive. $245. Finance man -
Westinghouse laundromat lent condition. Carpeting. Set on premises. 4431 NW 6th St. $29800
SERVICES $75. Wards rotary cabinet price $1700 with 20' aluminum Phone 372-0005. Ask for Pete .
type sewing machine $25. 21- table awning. m- 11o. Compton.
I $50 GE electric dryer .
type TV. ; 944 PALACE. 10 x 50. 2 bedrooms.
almost new $125. Call FR 4- Early American. S300 down take 1151 4 door CHEVROLET $125. 2
2524 or 44710.FIBERGLASS of tires. new starter new bat- 1961 PontiacBONNEVILLE
over payments $44.40. Ph. new 1962 Oldsmobile
Home And BusinessAppliance rod. Shakespeare 481-2474. tery. Runs. Phone 374-092.
reel. $15; 3 piece mans Samso- Has '64 license station wagon. Beige with
I x 40 blue and white 3 rooms 1950 4-dr. PACICARDl F-85 deluxe 4 door sedan. White with
nite luggage good condition. $25; full bath. furnished alr-condltlon- tag. Phone 374-9487 for In- .ddl. interior, automatic, power steer
automatic steering
$ mm movie camera. S20; S25 red interior. power
Lot formation. ing radio heater & air
er optional. 07. Hillcrest con-
PlumbingSEWER pro Jectorl $5 screen. Ph. 376- Trailer Court. been & brakes radio heater & air condition- (br.kl.
2355. HERE Is the one
BulldozingSMALL 1960 BELVEDERE. lOx 51* 2 BR. looking for. By private owner if',.
UNDERWOOD electric typewriter. W.W. Carpet Air Conditioner. 1955 Plymouth. R It H. A.T. 2
INSTALLEDNEW $150. lust reworked 1 In good Will sell or trade on house. See new tires. good mechanical condition
bulldozer, loader. dump fc used fixtures. complete condition. Fairly new. Call 376- at SE 72nd St. White trailer first $300 cash. Phone $228800
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top plumbing service "BIG" JIM 2841 after S P.M. 374-9928. $198800
soil. Phone 372-7S44. HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- WANTED TO BUY used fiberglass
Ing. FR Mae. COLDS POT air conditioner 4900 boat with or without motor & '62 VOLKSWAGEN In excellent con-
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Back BTU at only $9$. Has been used trailer. Hull must be good. Will ditlon with extras $150 and assume
hoe. wheel tractors. motor Upholst.ryUPHOLSTER one season. Owner moving and make own repairs to interior & payments. Phorte FR 4-3312.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. must sell. Call 372-7964. trim. Lee Crane 372-2431 or 372- _
OfWIIO. FR 4-471
your furniture at 3C' Roll Away Bed. used months; 4420. 86 SWAP CARS

reasonable prices. Call Sally. $20. Phone 3727952. For Sale 1 BR air cond. furn. 1964 GMC 1961 Ford
Landscaping Experienced. FR .9811.. 424 NW
iiitrade Oldsmobile $$ In
13th Ter.Remodeling. DANISH Sectional lamp table.chairs. trailer S. enclosed cabana. Excellent w itS
and etc. Can be seen condition. FR 2-9884 4-$ I excellent condition with. premium SUBURBAN. COUNTRY SEDAN station wagon. White
3929 S.W. A.M. and 6-12 P.M. I tire for Jeep In like con- Facto c.r. .ltom.tic.
LANDSCAPE SERVICE after ':00 AM Friday. with blue' interior
dition. Phone 2441 Cedar Kev. power steering ., radio heater .uto..tic. powersteering
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock 4th Place. 2 Bedroom trailer 4T with aluminum i & brakes, radio beater air
& other estres.
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S DO YOU NEED. Florida 21" Airline walnut! consol TV. Excellent cabana air conditioned. Wonter air c..u'itinin many (
room. extra conditioning.
NURSERY room. more room roof work condition. $95. Large window shady lot. pool. Town & Country 87 Automobiles List price new was $4200.00.
Landscape Co. tan. fair condo $10. Phone Lot G-2. Ph. FR ''606-
or maybe a complete new home?
FR 4-2514 for tree estimate. For a free estimate. guaranteed FR 4-0020 after 5. 93$ FLEEtWOOD 10 x 45 2 Bedroom : CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords $

work phone Carl c. BIRDS Eye maple chest and air-conditioner. $2300. Par S, Chevrolets. Al Herndon Service 3288 $158800
Waters. 3721049.CARPENTER .' dresser. Mahogany knee-hole adise Trailer Court. FR 2-3270. Station 914 SE 4th St.

Repair & I desires work. additions desk. Oak dresser and matching ALL aluminum trailer. $ x 34. 2
ADVERTISE IN THE $ repairing. Phone FR wash It and.China cabinets. BR. excellent condition Inside and FRANK'S
Air Conditioning other

table. Lamps
2-4102. walnut dinette out. Price S1.395. Phone 481-2427
household Items. Nearly-Nu Hawthorne. AUTO CLINIC
N.W. 8th
Furniture Shoo. 314
t A-l HANDYMAN SHOP SERVICE DIRECTORY Sewing Machine Repair Ave. FR 44892. 12 WIDE IS HERE 1311 NW 5th Ave.
1961 OldsmobileSUPER
First In air conditioning and Appliance CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER WILL SELL swim club membership 4820 NW 13th St.. 441 N Gainesville FU. 1960 ChevroletIMPAL
repairs. We sell guaranteed I VICE CO. SIS W. University at reduced: price or trade Te1 car owners. We have
washers refrigerators etc I Ave. 374-1075. We repair all for partial payment on used car. FEDERAL with us now Alvin Pens andA. 4 dr. sedan. Light blue' & 88 4 dr. Holiday sedan. Automatic -

FR 40267.Appraisal. M ten. Work fully guaranteed. Phone 3764911. QUALITY HOMES H. Child Come In and give power steering radio power steering ('br.k., radio

Mortgage BrokerFHA 1944 Zig Zag. looks and sews like INC. them a try. 'jy.r.. .t..u.m.tc.Ar conditioning,. heater., (air conditioning.,.
Service TELEVISION new monograms. fancy stitches NOW FR&.. SAT.. SUN. ONLYI Phone 6-8223 "
buttonholes. sew on buttons New 5V x 10' 3 Bedroom
and conventional at lowest I darns & mends. Only $48.20 or 4 Small down payment I $4423 00
Repair SpeciaL $1
current rates. Terms to 25
payments of si-25 e*. Call! 3722051. 441 North 372-5113 -I 9988MANY
years will gladly discus at no per Inch plus $1B to Install most DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
FRED t, ARNOLD obligation. Can tomorrow. tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 31N.MalnSt Ph. FR 2-$44 THE VARIETY STORE Fully guaranteed buttonholes. 2 DAYS ONLY. $130 down. 55'XlO.
I SERVICE 7 S.E. 1st Ave. dams & mends. Like new. Only 3 BR used. FEDERAL QUALITY -
ttlt W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 37483 FRED B. ARNOLD 4 Technician's with $4 years experience S41JO or 1 payments of $$.M ea. HOMES INC. 2117 Temple Ave.. POOLE-GABLE

REALTOR on all makes. Call 2205LCARPETS 944-4061, Stance Fla. 1959 Ford
LOANS and life too can be beawtifwl 40 n. Howard. New paint. 2 bedroom OR INSTALL AN
Auto Equipment IJlf W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3532 Tires Alignment .H you us Blue Lustre car- excellent condition. $1.700. 372-4343 FAIRLANE 500 4 O.d.n Green Cr
pet cleaner." Rent electric shanvpooar Call 374-3410. eir
white ,
Broke Service ,4i. .ter. AIRcod.hO'
MORTGAGE MONEY $1. McDanleU Furn. Co. MORE "otic.

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt .. SV* per cent Interest. Terms ta2S Gainesville Snooping Canter '.,.
42 FORD Sunliner Convertible.
OJtchangad Repair kIts for BUY years.- BUILD REFINANCECall VACATION' SPECIALON PORT-A Walker Jacks. Factory author famous nationally known Mohawk mattress bouncing hobby horse. V- CruiM:+mltIc. White walls.powder GOOD $78800
ed Walker Hydraulic Jack Dan Byrd tirn. . save UP to Baby Tenda. Also full size WestInghouse blue wm."It. too.Lb SALES IN YOUR
Service Agent. HULL BRAKE 133 NW 13 Si. Ph. FR J-JS11 50'110 on new tires. See our new etec.*stove and TV en- new 'condition _....18.89
1007 H. Main St.
SUPPLY 1314 s.. around
SERVICE wrap retread that civet NW 29th St. .. .
tennL 213
Mate fAuto t-U97 GLADYS Smith Realtor, FHA more mileage .. traction.. LatWmer H n 4-door. PhI FR 26313imal PRESENT CAR.TO .
and- conventional .... Law Tire Co. 4M N. Mate St. Watnut DL Dresser. Mirror cet hardtop full power Including
Gloss rates. Terms Ie.25 years. U2 B. C. Bed. allgMty wod_.....n air. 2-tone paint.' White wans. Nortt.. Florida YSTROPICAL

: W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. Tree Serrico Con springs aMattmsee .*..?..,..,.,- 4.0S Car, In excellent shape .? $1195 LIndependent-.,
& .e> ......--M-Oe :: SPECIAL
I CLASS to bust- FORDYCe and Associates Inc. WAREHOUSE. 482 t.-Maln. $19800
AUTO. our enty A-l TREE SERVICE COX U FORD 4-door station wagon.
V 1 ness.' Immediate Installation; Conventional* and FJOk. leans.Cat Pruning demossing bracing & 'ca- PORTABLE record $ayer. 4 LP V.., ford-a-mat ic. radio. Heat CHOSE
I:' free pickup I delivery. Add 374-1234. Grace Fordyce. btefe. & tree removal. Cavity albums. both new. records' 8pla7er. er. almost new set of tires.
beauty A vatwa Ie your car. Realtor. Fordyce fc Associates. work a. tree feeding. Lawn senrIce .. Emergency'sale, $20 plus Excellent mechanical: FOR THE CORRECT plus IastsIt.tjo.
MAULDIN1 AUTO GLASS CO. Inc. n* West .University Ave and maintenance. Licensed d.372-tz*. cond.XS FROM PONTIAC

323- N.W. am St. FR 4-liSS. nue. .. Insured. Free estimate Tray SEVERAL NICE PICK-UP TIME .
Thames 374-2aL Jack Hoover.it AMiqu Cane back settee, and TRUCKS AND OLDER MODEL
... .
.. '- PAIMTtfrtfiPAMTIMO : -- -IBS. nuneavlosr Fig. chair $15. Wicker ,Settee chairs. CARS TO-CHOOSC FROM FR 2-1411
.fA and table. $.. Good Hopf Violin. I
y r'IR", 4 Paper ......... Freeestimates. WlUiOW OJAMWfi $99.' Maple Table ft' 4'dvairs.VJO. RaIkrsoa. Meten FR 2 NW 8TH AVE.
I Caal .9MM er pam $ DbL (... clove ..... 1411 .MAwTMeaiW ROAD I Courtesy Of -

"' !! ..., ..=. n... st..iw Mute. wood tnewl : : Uafrenity CbarreJetN. GMC TRUCK CENTER-MG-AUSTIN HEALY
VIa PIBBCTOET eM ,,. uaM wais .. .11 2-T-9M0. Mgftway Hama'ef A-l Ueotf CareOean j
.- .. 5--- -... ...... eM...... .. ...;......... S Miles Sow* Sfarka Sunday S t. S ,....... I MaJe St. at 16th Are '
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Value Used Cars Rated B & G MOTOR CO. 2Ai ,


Oldsmobile i
Cadillac -
2001 NW 13th St. NOW LOCATED AT \
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PAINT 2001 N.W.. 13th j

JOB a,'. Ali v 1i

$ 9 5

39 63 Sedan de ville, $4995 :'R-:...: I

factory air . . .
At 62 Sedan de vile' ..''...........'.".... ..

HAWESPOWERSBODY factory air $3795 ., :. .::.:.- .
62 Sedan, .
611 S.W. 3rd St. $3495
FR 2-053S factory air . .'. .

-- --- 61 Convertible, .:' J,
factory air $2995

61 Sedan de ville, ..4fJ
OUR BEST BUY1 factory air . . 2995 f

I 60 Fleetwood, $2595 IlLI1'LI'

61 Chevrolet factory air . . .
1 automatic door VI I 60 Sedan, _

transmission factory air . . $2495 U __ 'L i

60 Sedan . . ., $1995
59 Sedan de ville, Slga:

factory air . . 1995
4 door $995
61 Comet. ON YOUR
61 Comet. 4 door $1095 59 Fleetwood, .

61 62 Falcon Falcon. 2 4 door door $1195$995 factory air . . 1995

64 Comet convert. $2895 57 Fleetwood,

63 58 English DeSoto Ford 2 door.. $395$995 factory air . . $895 :

64 E. Ford Cortina $1895 56 Coupe de ,ville,
.... $445'
60 61 Falcon Fiat 1100 Sedan .$695' factory air' . . VACATION
55 Ford wagon $195 r ay \ a
61 Ford Galaxie
4 door ... $1495 OLDSMOBILE
59 Ford 4 door $495
56 Ford station wagon 62 98 hardtop sedan, t r
60 Merc. Monterey $995 $2595
63 Mercury factory air . . .
Breezeway ... $2850 61 88 a R -u17--- IN A :x tlL3a
63 Olds 4 door .. $2895 super, $1895
63 Peugoet 404 ? $1995 hardtop sedan . ,

CRANELlNCOLN.MERCURY 61 98 hardtop sedan $1995 FULL SIZE

factory air . . .

i 60 98 hardtop sedan; a.e $S.PoA l L. ..

516 S. MAIN ST. factory air . . 1595

376-2425 59 88 super hardtop

I sedan . : . . $1095'

59 hardtop,

CONNOLLYBest air conditioning . $1195

Buys 59 hardtop coupe . $1095 A

2 BEDROOMS 58 88 super hardtop Ai A Ay
196255x10 .. $3995
1959 45x10 front coupe . . . $795
kitchen .., $2895 nrfs
2t'; cv '* .
195536 ... $1495
58 98 convertible . $595 1 .vp"r.'r'
195635x8 ...... $1895 > rA x $ tw. vys ; n. Av t.t r r 1V
195945x10 like 58 98 sedan n .D
new . .. $3495 .$795
air conditioned . -4
: ; Vc
-c t 'eY
SPECIAL 57 88 sedan, .> t .,iD -
1959 ZIMMER air conditioned . .
ONE 50'xlO'BEDROOMWall 56 98 hardtop sedan, $295 a vjyl

to wall carpeting air conditioned .. . x a
fireplace intercom sys-
tem. 1 Vi baths beau-
tifully decoratedthroughout.. BUICK 1

Priced at only
$4995 59 Lesabre sedan, $
TflQI m ,1,1.J
air conditioned . '' d f f y

ONE BEDROOM 59 Lcsabre coupe, $11Q5air \

195430x8 ..... $1595 conditioned . *
195732x8 ..... .$1795 .....-... '
195230x8 ... $1195 "' .... F
195327x8 ... $1395 CHEVROLET
195627x8 air
condition195330x8 $1995 -.5--i S? "z +'.+'-a.- wg:r f fr
..... $1595
195335x8 .... $1695 $2195 r;
195436x8 ... .. $1695 63 Impala sedan . .
1954 28x.S .... $995
63 Cher. II
195929x8 .... $1695 $1005
1951 30x8 . $1495 sedan . . . k STRICTLY/ '
1957 HaS ..... $1995 f
195835x8 .. $2995 $1195 _,
1962 46..10 .. $3495 60 Station wagon . I .r t
195030x8 .. $1495
195527x8 .... $1795 $995
59 Impala hardtop sedan .

1963 SPECIAL 55x10 $1 SO
REAR EXPANDABLE 55 sedan . . . FORRAZa'1
3 Bedrooms

$4695 54 . . . . $50 QNEW

ConnollyMobile FORD .... -.r L'St

Home Sales 63 Falcon, f 62 FORD $1557 63 T-BIRD $3885
U. S. 441 -27- 301 station i wagon . . t 1 : Galaxte 2 or. V"'*, radio & heater.PS. Cent At:. Sports Coupe, cant, *p L* wfta.(.., radio 4 teatr -
Phone 6297477VOLKSWAGENS solid ivory. PS, PB. Com. solid white. white wails. ;; >
61 Galaxie hardtop sedan, 1 BUYS
I i $1295 62 CHEV. $1725 63 FALCON $2175
air conditioned . .
I :' 59 MERC $872 Wagon 4 dr.. PS, PS. ratio I heater AC. AT, tu- Ecenollne Camper Bus. rigged for overnight camping
$795 ., v.i;: 2 dr. hardtop, VPS.. PB. Power sets PW', AT tone green & green white walli radio neater solid white.
60 AC, radio & heater, solid white with white walls. 62 FORD $1835 63 FALCON $1597 '
VIA1 ,'-' t 60 OLDS SI 499 Galaxie 500 4 dr., Cera, radio & heater, PS, AC. 4 dr., Futura radio & heater, FM, solid White.
CometCHRYSLER V tutone white/ over green, White walls.
< 4 dr wagon U, PB, PS. radio & heater AT AC.tutone 62 FALCON $1277 j
-t' white & light blue white walls. 61 FORD $1237
r 4 dr. radio; & heater Men paint white" e/.r
).q 61 BUICK $1777 4 dr., Galaxie, radio & heater PS. Com., AC, light blue white walls i
I 64 I Imperial, I '..:"41'.' 4 dr., HT. Eleclra 225. rado: & heater PS PB solid white white walls.
C.rawn $5295 .' P seat PW AC. AT. solid blue white walls 63. T-BIRD $3685 TRUCKS 'H
i I air conditioned . t ';;;: 4
> Laudeau ,
-Y' 61 FORD S1242 PS. PB P Mat radio & heater. Com.
AC. light blue, whit walla. 63 FORD .,,
I 61 Dodge 1 ,-'d' 4 dr.. Fa rlane 500 V... PS. PB. heater, AC FM,
I '.l :i. tutone white over blue. white walls.:3r. to ten i cvt.. orM"
I station wagon . . : .f. EXTRA 'SPECIAL BUYS 62 FORD

I 59 New Yorker coupe, $095 r .., d 4 61 dr..FORD Fa rlane 500 PS,- AC, radio $1242& heater 59 OLDS $899 Vj ten. t cyU radio & hat r, black ,
I air conditioned . V straight shift, solid white. 4 dr., wagon futon whttt I blue. PB, PS, rad 9It 62 FORD .
58 Imperial, ..... 60 FORD $1129 heater AT. AC white w.lls. U ton I", heater black n -
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$895 r-0" ..-'pa',.., '}*"; 4 dr.. Fairlane 500 V-8, Com At:. radio heater. 60 CHEV. SAVE 61 FORD
; -
air conditioned
. .. ,. .
-. -"'* .; ps. futon white over grey white walls. Impala 2 dr.. H.T- radio <.'heater PG. V-t,'ol4! EeonoHne Vi ton. light blue i"
63 VW sedan runs and 58 Plymouth, I'' ".,. 'J finish, light blue whit. wall S. Sharp- 61 FORD
60 FORD $1188
looks like Turquoisewith $395 r .f
new .
leatherette interior air conditioned . j: 1 4 Geax! >e. 4 dr. hardtop. AC. radio 1 heater PS. 52 JEEP $182.40 Vi ton. V I light blue ;4
$149 I a tutone white" over blue. white walls Station wagon, front wheel drive. Rurf 60 FORD ;
ta ton. cy!.. dark green ; J
62 FORD S1735 63 FORD ,
$2665 '.
r- '
.., 62 FORD ,
t"-. 4 dr., Vt. A FM, '
; Faidone 530. redo heater AC 500 XL 4dr HT radio 4 heater PS AC Com
62 VW sedan radio white- i -f :.: so!.d white, white" walls. solid white white waits. 'a, ten cyt heater, FM solid blackSHAW& J, r
in .. .
walls clean and excellent s.' /-9
condition $1295 $ -- -
I 58 Lincoln coupe . *f Q IJ IJI 1

61 VW sedan black with I $200
red interior .... $1095 60 Renault . . . :
i 60 Karmann-Ghia i

59 VW Karman Ghia con- coupe . . :. $1195ir _
I % Pill.fIp
vertible black with white / ,
top excellent condition _.
$1195 Ha ue It f'atdo
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62 Porsche S/90 coupe

white headrest Blaupunpt 13,000 miles$3595 Radio I B &CADILLAC, G MOTOR- OLDSMOBILEFR CO. KEETER A i1 0 >r W'; IIMON :6-5371:


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