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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: June 14, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th'Year, No. 294 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1964
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Lois of fun in the ,

hot sun. That was the


Saturday.Watermelon 11th annual Pretty Festival Chiefland Eliza- yf On 11th Hour


beth Hopkins of Cross
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City readies her colossalcut ; cr

of watermelon for a
ride in the gala Festival > y!

parade, and (below) Lo- 'L L. a t ; I ; 4 Bid '

quita Ann Curry, 3, Delegate

daughter of Mr. and ;

Mrs. Lawrence Curry .of,
Otter Creek, sits some J ,

what gingerly astride .j_
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melon the 62-pound champ. (Sun Festival photos u- lLt< I Denies Calling Group Calls For

by Tommy Lewis)



NsrVa qI n i'_ ; s > 'Communist Dupes' FacingFacts

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b.w ..r. Mayor Protests ChargesMayor

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Howard McKinney to any individual or group in
4 this weekend responded to Gainesville who is
a ....._. sincerely HARTFORD, Conn. AP
"" :Nq 1 IA. y.fi. <7. charges that he termed local working for the betterment of ( ) -
d CORE members "Communist the Negro's station in life Pennsylvania's Gov. William W.
as
: Ji Scranton
; ex dupes," denying the claims."I I am doing through the BiRacial Republican, his candidacy for the
4 presidential nomina-
Committee.See .
.< Chiefland first want to refute the tion just a day old, took a few
statement in Thursday's paper ( MAYOR on Page 2A) swipes Saturday at front-run-
that I referred to CORE representatives ning Sen. Barry Goldwater but
as being 'dupes of he refused to be drawn into an
the Communists.' This stateis Senate Plows exchange with Richard M. Nix-
GoesGalaFor completely false." on.

McKinney responded to a Under Making a pitch for Connecti-
protest statement from Ed Richer RightsAiiiendmcnts cut's 16 presidential delegates,
a spokesman for CORE, the Scranton appeared before that
NAACP Youth Council and the state's state convention for a 15-
llth Festival'' Student Group for Equal Rights minute speech that was jeeredas
following Tuesday's speech the much as it was cheered.
WASHINGTON (AP) A cohesive The convention
I mayor made to an Altrusa suspended its
,,1 Club luncheon on communism.McKinney's Senate majority contin- rules to permit Scranton to take
By BOB MEEKER She was sponsored by Central ued Saturday its relentless plow- the floor before the conclusionof :
I and BUZZ MIXSON Florida Peanut Processors of statement con- ing under of Southern amend- its business, including selection I I
CHIEFLAND Jan Golden, Williston. tinued: ments to a civil rights bill apparently of delegates.The .
blonde candidates "Secondly, I am shocked at headed for passage lean
a pert, pretty 16-year-old Twenty-six queen 46-year-old governor
from Williston, is the new Chief1 paraded their beauty before the Mr. Richer's reaction to the this week. strode down an aisle jammed

a n d Watermelon Festival judges and an audience of about write-up of my talk before the Acting under a one-hour-per- with delegates who flaunted as
Altrusa Club .
Queen. Tearfully happy, she 1,500 in the high school gym. on Tuesday."In man debate limitation imposedin many Goldwater banners as

f ____ __ received her crown last night Selected as the first runner-up order to clarify my remarks an unprecedented action last Scranton standards.
from Congressman D. R. (Billy) was Carol Brown, 17, of Tren- at that luncheon, I was Wednesday, the bipartisan lead Scranton hit at Republicanswho
i a K'S Matthews as a climax to the ton. She is the .daughter Mr. making the point that although ership consistently rallied 2-1 he said attempt to sweep .
11th annual Chiefland Water- and Mrs. Herbert Brown. actual Communist operatives in margins against amendmentafter disturbing developments under a
the U. S. A. are relatively and at Goldwater
rug supporterswho
melon Festival. The second runner-up was amendment.The .
The new queen wears the Kay Smith, 16, daughter of Mr. small in number, their influ- he claimed, are ready "to
ence is widespread and affects process had an almost write off the states" Re-
crown which was worn by an- and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Willis- very
many different areas. Certainly mechanical rhythm of introduc- publicans need to win.
Williston Susan Lewis ton.
other girl,
L .4 our community is not im- tion, roll-call, rejection. Care- Former Vice President Nixon
until her successor was Jim Quincey was master of
I mune to that influence."I fully husbanding their time, the had said earlier in New York,
\S named. Miss Golden is the ceremonies for the queen con
made no reference, neither Southerners made little effort to upon his return from Europe,
daughter of Mrs. Grace Golden.He test which wound up a day of
festivities attended by around expressed nor implied, (See RIGHTS on Page 2A) (See SCRANTON on Page 2A)


Control Board To Hear Plea 5,000 The persons.program prior to the
queen pageant included a brief While Scranton Works ,
'. talk by Earl Faircloth, attorney ,
I Vgeneral-elect. He paid tribute to

To Save Hoffmann's Job at UFBy the people of Chiefland for stag- Gets
: ing the festival each year and Barry Easy Pledges I
thanked all of Levy County for ,
the vote him in the
CLIF CORMIERSun Institute for Continuing UnIversity also appealed to the national they gave
May election. WASHINGTON (AP) Gov. While Goldwater was flying to Goldwater was thus assured
Education Writer Studies, as the board headquarters of the Phoenix, to spend the weekendat 29
of
Virginia's 30
The weather held fair and hot William W. Scranton of Pennsyl- GOP national
Dr. Robert G. Hoffmann, the examiner. Dr. Blee will hear American Association of Uni- his home there, Idaho Re- convention votes.Connecticut .
for the 11th annual version of vania took his newborn cam-
University of Florida medical testimony from both sides versity Professors. publicans were pledging all 14
statistician who is fighting to Hoffmann's and the Universityof President Reitz then appointed the Festival sponsored by the paign for the Republican presi- of their national convention Republicans listened
the from Florida-and to the Chiefland Lion's Club. The dential nomination to Connecticut to Scranton swipe at Gold-
prevent university report a faculty investigating corn- votes to him and Virginia Re- water and
price of melons skyrocketed then split, giving the
abolishing his job, was assuredof board in 30 days.Hoffmann's Saturday, but without even publicans were instructing their 12
of its
governor first
auctioneer ballot
briefly as Buddy
his day ini complaint, whichis it Gold- 10 to
at Sen.
delegates-at-large
working Barry support
votes and the
Additional Board of Con- Clark of Gainesville sold the top senator 4.
court the without in the
by precedent water edged closer to the prize. him.
State Board ofj (. annals of the Board of Con trol stories will be found on melons in the big melon contest. This put 28 additional dele-

Control Friday. ) ., trol, arose a year ago when Page 3-A. Sen. Etter Usher and John gates in Goldwater's column. By ,
The board, his boss, Dr. Samuel Martin, Dalton combined to pay $350 II II Associated Press count and
j meeting in ' Jacksonv i 11 e, announced he intended to Hayford 0. Enwall to look Cob Gem grown by James As- Emblem of late switches in allegiance he
held a prelimi- abolish Hoffmann's combina- into the complaint. Their find- bell of Chiefland.G. Unity has 604 votes on the first ballot.

nary hearing on tion job as teacher and con- ing, which upheld Dr. Martin's C. Perdue paid $50 for the When Texas Republicans decide

Hoffmann's appeal -iii t sultant of statistics. decision, was approved by Dr. runner-up, a 51-pound Congo 'y "' "' .. Tuesday how they'll cast their I'
; ; .
and then Hoffmann appealed Martin's Reitz. Hoffmann's $9,000ayearjob grown by Ed Scott of Chiefland. : 56 votes Goldwater can go over
drew up ground Hoffmann decision to UF President J. is, scheduled to be abol- Winners in parade float com- g the top the 655 needed to

rules for the case. Wayne Reitz on the groundsthat ished on June 30. petition, announced at the nominate.
They appointed Dr. Myron the provost's action was Friday Hoffmann appearedSee queen contest last night, were : N dFy' Doesn't this put Scranton's
Blee president of the Florida "arbitrary and dictatorial.. ( HOFFMANN on Page 3A) (See MELON on Page 2A) campaign in the "so-what" cat-
egory? Not necessarily. Only
some of the more than 600 delegates -
now credited to Goldwater )

I Court Upholds MarchesST. Pennsylvania are irrevocably GOP bound Chairman to him-

... Craig C. Truax figures only 250
are-and almost aH were ,committed -
AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP- ther King Jr., who has prom before Scranton enteredthe
Federal court upheld Saturdaythe ised a "long, hot summer" of race. His skimpy 105-vote
right of Negroes to stage assaults on segregation in- the total and Goldwater's commanding -
antisegregation marches in St. nation's oldest city. 604 can draw closer together
Augustine, and said real law Afterward King was released 2 More UF Professors x7 before the Republicans convenein

enforcement would stop any vio- from jail on $900 bond. He was San Francisco a month from

lence.A arrested at a segregated restau- Jailed in St. AugustineBy Saturday.But .
few hours later, about rant Thursday. An aide said he at the moment this is how .
200 heavily guarded white seg- Asa the stands
was to receive an honorary degree race :
regationists walked throughthe at Yale Monday JIM McGUIRK been arrested in connectionwith Goldwater __......,... 60t
Negro section, waving Con- Son Staff Writer civil rights activities. ; x r Henry Cabot Lodge ..46
federate flags and a huge ban- State officials argued that Two more University of Florida The first was Dr. 'Austin : Richard M. Nixon ..It
ner that said "Don't Tread on night racial demonstrations created professors were jailed in Creel, a professor of Religion, r: Nelson A. Rockefeller 130
a danger to the peace. Two who was jailed last fall for _
Me. # Scranton 105
St. Augustine yesterday for civil 1- -1
of them ended in violence when
But, unlike the white march rights activities. picketing in Ocala. Others 110
last night, there was little apparent white toughs attacked Negro On June 2, Marshall Jones, Uncommitted .. ...,..,., 215
tension and no incidents. marchers."I St. Johns County Jail officials an assistant professor of psy-
Negroes lined the street, laugh- suggest real enforcement, identifed the men as David chiatry and psychology in the
ing and singing. "We Love arrests and charges against Chalmers, 37, and Brian McNab, College of Medicine, was jailedfor ? .
Everybody." these hoodlums everybodyseems 31, both of Gainesville. civil rights activities in ,St. a WHERETO

As the whites returned down- afraid of," said U.S. District Each was charged with being Augustine.

town a weary state trooper Court Judge Bryan Simpson .an undesirable guest, trespassing University officials have tak- '
FIND IT
who has guarded four Negro in Jacksonville.He after warning and conspiracy. en no action on the previous .
and two white marches in five refused to reverse his in- Bond 'was set"at $100 on arrests and refuse to commenton _
them. Area . 1C
days, said in a loud voice junction against a police ban on each count.
very : Robert Evans is introduced to the American
Creel was found guilty and Two-year-old Classified . 6C-9C }
"I'm sure glad we don't night marches in St. Augustine, Chalmers Is an associate pro- his case is being appealed. Flag by his grandfather Author, (Whitey) Seifert 215 SW 3rd Comics . 4C
have three races here. If we a petition made by Atty. Gen. fessor of sociology and McNaban Jones was released on bond and Ave.. in anticipation of Flag Day today Behind the joy of the Markers . 6A i ia
did, we would be marching allnight. James Kynes. assistant professor of biolo is awaiting trial. scene is the real significance of the Flag Day, as defined by Movies . 3C
." Three of King's aides were gy. They were apparently arrested At least four other Gainesville Woodrow Wilson: Obituaries . 2A ,
I The court stuck by its ruling, also released on $900 bond. It for a sit-in the sheriffs residents have been ar-, "We meet to celebrate Flag Day because this flag which we Opinion Page 4A 5A
made earlier this week", after a cothree charges made aft- office reported.The rested recently in St.Augustine. honor and under which we serve is the emblem of our unity .. Sports s. .. 01.06
day-long hearing. One of those er a sit-hi"intent to break the arrests bring to four UF Civil rights workers here have ,our: power,'our thought and our purpose as a nation." Women's .. 1B-6B

I' testifying was Dr. Martin! Lu peace, trespass end conspiracy.! faculty memberi who have (See MORE on Page 2A} -- --

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Gainesville Sun Sunday. June 14. 1964SuinmerRecreciion

.;.6- More About More About ._ More About


Program t': ScrantonFrom


Mayore MelonFrom ,


Starts Tomorrow in CityThe 1 : Page 1 Page 1

Bronson Lion's Club first; units included floats ridden by I
"My purpose is to make the .! that Scranton had a fighting cruel misunderstanding of how
Chiefland Shopping Center, second the queen candidates and the
said. "This r for weeks people aware especially the and motor scooters: chance but that he made him- the American economy works."
city's summer recreation mer, Massey eight ending August and Sewannee Valley crazy cars
r program gets underway at 9 means that boys and girls all 7. It is being sponsored by the people in civil rights groups, Cleaners third. Prize money i of the Gainesville Shriners. :self look like a "puppet" for reversing The governor added: "We

t a.m. tomorrow at 12 locations, will be familiar with the same recreation department and the of the dangers of Communist was $100, $50 and $25, according County Agent Leonard Cobb, ; an earlier decision to have now reached the stage on

city Recreation Director Ray rules when inter-playground I Alachua County School Board, infiltration ,so that they might to placing.One I chairman of the big melon fes- ''run against Goldwater after two the: road to San Francisco where

Massey has announced. competition and tournamentsare .both of which are helping to I be alert to the situation pointedout busiest at tival, had predicted that the telephone conversations with 1 1I not only candor, but our party'sfuture
of the places '
"We will have uniform rules scheduled." staff the playgrounds. by -Edgar Hoover, direc- Festival in the! biggest melon this year would I former President Dwight D. Ei well-being demands that
tor of the F. B. I. in headquarters
testimony
k for all playgrounds for activities The summer program runs the iced melon' not go over 60 pounds becauseof ,senhower."I we frankly put out in the open
said activities before the House SubCommittee city park was
Massey are
for the first time this sum daily 9 a.m.-12 m. and 2-S p.m. booth where attendants served dry weather.He am not going to imbibesic some of the disturbing elementsthat
planned for three age groups, on appropriations, Jan. 29,
was two pounds on the have too long been swept
in
( ) myself personal com-
slices of the Levy County "am-
6-9, 10-12 and 1316. 1964. "
under the
General activities at the play- "I would like to quote from brosia" to an endless line of conservative side for Chiefland ments with Nixon," Scranton rug.

I hot and thirsty visitors. FFAer James Asbell's cham- told a news conference in a He listed what he called three
will include Mr. Hoover in the
II grounds swimming, as reported
@Uttuatit! pion melon weighed in at 62 hotel 2 hour facts of life
< downtown during a for the nation's Re-
tennis, weight lifting, arts and U. S. News and World Report Attendance was down a little pounds. AsbelTs melon was a and 10 minute wait to addressthe publicans to consider.

crafts, team games, day camp (May 4, 1964)): from last year, but Donald Cob Gem entered in the FFA convention.

ing, and track meets. Other activities 'The infiltration, exploitation Quincey, general chairman, and division. It was the biggest in state "No, 1, it is a fact that in the

JAMES A. CHITTY APPlE KIRKLAND I sponsored by the city rec- and control of the Negro Hardy Dean parade chair- this category and the biggest in "I've never been a puppet for highest councils of the present

JACKSONVILLE -- Mrs. Ap- reation department for the population has long been a man, figured that at least 5,000 the show.In anyone," he added. front-running candidate it is a

Funeral services will be held pie Kirkland, widow of James '' summer include adult and play- (Communist) party goal and is persons visited the Festival the adult division Ed Scottof The biggest reaction to Scran- rather poorly kept secret that

tomorrow for James A. Chitty, M. Kirkland, of Jacksonville, ground softball; midget (age one of its principal goals today. sometime during the day. Chiefland was the winner ton's speech, both cheers and they plan, if successful at the

92, of Reddick, who died yester- died yesterday at a local hos- 9-12)), junior (age 13-14)), major 'In this drive Negroes I The Festival began yesterday with his 51-pound Congo. boos, came as he declared: "Be- convention to write off the very

day at Alachua General Hos- pital after a brief illness. (15-17) and American League have, over the years, been sub- I morning with free movies for Linda Brock of Bronson showed cause of havoc that has been states our party must win," he

pital.Mr. She was the mother of Eu- baseball, Friday night Teen jected to intensive and exten- I the children at the Chiefland the biggest melon, a 45- spread across the national land- said.
of the
Chitty Church, a member retired gene Kirkland of Gainesvilleand Time and Saturday night Youth sive Communist agitation and Theatre. pound Charleston Gray, in the scape, the Republican party "No. 2, it is a fact that in too

Baptist was born a Feb. 29 a native of Clay County. Club. propaganda. The Communist I The queen candidates, judges 4-H division. Her sister Zondra, wonders how it will make clearto many instances candidates who

farmer. He was Carolina. She had lived in Jacksonvillefor Special instruction is plannedin Party has always depicted itself and other guests were feted at was second in this division witha the American people that it must run with our presidential

1872 in South will be held at the 38: years and was a mem- swimming, tennis, handicraftand to Negroes as the cham- I a luncheon at the Woman's 42-pound Charleston Gray. does not oppose Social Security, standard-bearer this fall already

Services Church at ber of the Baptist Church. baton twirling Massey pion of social protest and the I I Club. Mrs. Helen Usher presided Marlin Walker of Chiefland the United Nations, human right have begun as a matter of sur-

2 Flemington with Baptist Rev. C. L. Kirk- Other survivors include a said. A treasure hunt is plannedat leader in the struggle for racial at this event and Introduced showed the biggest group-of- and a sane. nuclear policy." vival, to plan campaigns for

pjn. grandson, Britt Kirkland; two all playgrounds June 19. equality. I the special guests. They three melons, Charleston Grays themselves, independent of the
Giffin offi-
land and Rev. P. E. and He said 0. C. Hayes will be 'But the truth of the matteris Scranton said the party's"heritage
step-grandchildren, Myron included Secretary of State Tom that weighed a total of 138 national ticket
ciating. Patricia White six sisters Mrs coordinator. Carolyn that the Communist is Di- of dynamic conserva-
; program party Adams, State Conservation
pounds. "No. 3 it is fact that
Burial will be in Flemington tism has been twisted into a a we
Hiram Kaeslin is the women's and not motivated honest desire
Taylor, Mrs. Wright by any -rector Randolph Hodges JamesE. Randolph Hodges, filling in have reached a ludicrous point

Cemetery. include sister Bishop, Mrs. R. J. Johnson, youth director and Carol La. to better the status or con: (Nick) Conner of Brooks- for Commissioner of Agriculture where every responsible leaderin

Survivors : a Mrs. William Negryich and Mrs noux the program and assistant dition of the Negro in this coun- ville State Senate presidentelect Doyle Conner, awarded casHprizes
Alice Hudson of Columbia Files our party knows, that to
Mrs. and six and Albert Murray, all of Middle- youth director. try, but strives only to exploit ; E. C. Rowell of Wildwood, to winners in the big Kynes stave off defeat in November a
S.C. nephews
; and Mrs. Evers of Jack Playgrounds, leaders and what often
burg, are legitimate speaker-elect of the House; Ed melon contest. Other winners make believe coating of moder-
four nieces. sonville. special events include: Negro complaints and griev- Fraser Senate secretary Dix-
; included:
ation must be shellacked
Pallbearers will be Bob Shirley Details 011Alaelllla over
Funeral services will be at Division A for the advancement of
ances ie County Rep. Hal Chaires, FFA Division Aaron Robinson -
Mix- the views that have been utteredby
Miles Mixson Johnny
3:30 tomorrow in the A. Q. Jones Playground, 1108 Communist objectives. Dis-
p. m. Sen. Etter Usher of the 21st Chiefland, 43 pound the front
Whit- present runner.
son, Everett Smith Ara, Estes Krauss Funeral Home, N.W. 7th Ave., Frank Clifton: 'Controversial or poten- trict, Levy County Rep. Frank Charleston Gray, second place; Vote
and Carl Novinger. "Because of the havoc that
tington Jacksonville. Burial will be in and Flossie McLendon; tetherball tially controversial racial issues Marshburn and Congressman Louia Gilbert Bronson, 42-
Williams Thomas Funeral has been spread across the national -
Memory Garden Cemetery. kickball and bounceball are deliberately and D. R. (Billy) Matthews.An pound Charleston Gray, third;
Home is in charge.EARLENE July 10.Duval. avidly seized upon by Com- Chiefland TALLAHASSEE (APAtty.. landscape by the present
afternoon of the and Richard Stone ,
highlight
DANNY GILL Gen. James has filed front runner the Republican
RENEE School Playground, munists for the fullest possible Kynes in ,
Charleston G
CARLISLE NEWBERRY Funeral serv- 2106 N.E. 8th Ave., Eunice Car exploitation. Racial incidentsare city park program was an ad- 39-pound ray, Circuit Court the details oi party wonders how it will make

ices for nine-year-old Danny dress by Matthews. He com- fourth. Alachua clear to the American people
ter; marbles, jacks, batball and magnified and dramatizedby County voting procedures -
Funeral services will be held Gill of Newberry, who drowned trailblaze July 3. I Communists in effort to mended the people of Levy Four-H Timmy Gilbert which he is challengingafter that it does not oppose Social
.an Charle ton
tomorrow for Earlene Renc Thursday in Watermelon Williams School Playground, generate racial tensions. As a County for their progress, a Bronson 40-pound s losing the Democratic Security, the United Nations,

Carlisle four-month-old daughter -Pond near here will be at 3p.m. 1245 S.E. 7th Ave., Willie Jack- result, such campaigns are actually -move now under way to estab- Gray, third place; and Lewis nomination in the May primary. human rights and a sane nuclear -
Chiefland
Earl Car- today in the Newberry lish a savings and loan associa- Prevatt, 37poundCongo Scranton added.
of Mr. and Mrs. son and Flossie McLendon; i utilized policy,
as a stepping- tion and construction of more Fourth. Earl Faircloth of Miami is re-
lisle of 809 SW 2nd Ter. !First Baptist Church, with checker tennis and:
pool paddle
stone to extend Communist influence than $1% million in low rental Adult Maurice Corbin, 48- corded with a 599-vote victoryout
Rev. John Martin officiating.
the
The infant died Friday at steal the flag July 17. the Negroes. of total of mil-
among housing units by the Levy pound Cannonball, second a nearly one Gainesville Sun
Burial will be in Newberry
Miller Health Center Center 524 N.W. "
Hillis
J. Community 'The old Communist principle lion cast In the
County Housing Authority. place; Gene Langston, 46poundGray race.
under the direction of
following an extended illness. Cemetery 1st St., Al Hendrix; pet, hobby still holds: 'Communismmust Published evenings except
Sac he
Rev. Talmade Polk will offi- Harrison Funeral home. and doll shows June 26, peg- be built with non Com- "Levy County is making pro- third; Barney Kynes asked the Leon County Saturday, and Sunday morn

services at 10 a.m. The Gill child was born July board and horse- gress," Matthews said, "and Trenton 44-pound Gray, fourth; Circuit Court to throw out some ings by the Gainesville Pub-
ciate over hopscotch munist hands. We do know
2, 1954, in Tulsa, Okla. He was this section of the state is mov- and Lon Roberts, Bell, 42poundCannonball of the votes cast in Alachua and lishing Company at 101 SE
shoes 31.
at the Jones-Johnson Chapel. July that Communist influence does fifth. I 2nd Place, Gainesville, Florida,
Burial will be in Center Hill the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim S. In Division A at Lincoln Field, exist in the Negro movementand ing forward. Wendell Levy counties on grounds they and entered as second class
Gill Sr.Other. S.E. 15th Street and 8th Ave- The Congressman said the Group of three were improperly cast and to matter ot the Post Office ot
Cemetery. it is this influence which is
Corbin, Chiefland, Grays, 137 Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
survivors include three House Appropriations Com- declare him the winner.In .
track meet is planned "
nue, a vitally important. .
pounds, second; Edwin Campbell -
brothers Jimmy of Pensacola, July 24 and a softball tourna- "I would further like to pub- mittee had recently approveda the supplement to the suit, RATES BY
million for Chiefland, Grays, 129 CARRIER OR MAIL
More About Johnny and Douglas, New- bill calling for $4
5.
ment August licly commend the Negro cit- recorded Friday Kynes said
Flori- pounds, third; Kenneth Mat- 1 Week .45
construction the
and three sisters Myra on cross
berry ,
; Division B izens of Gainesville who have Chiefland 126 that persons who were not 3 Mas. $5.85
thews Grays,
,
Atlanta Ga. and Cynthiaand da barge canal during the 1965
Gill School Playground
J. J. Finley authorized
shown real of properly registered
a sense -
responsibility pounds, fourth Bobby Griffin, All mail
Teresa of Newberry.The fiscal This canal projectwill ; subscriptions must
MoreFrom N.W. 5th St. Jo year.
1912
voters in Alachua
seriousness of purpose Chiefland, Grays, 125 pounds. County.He be paid in advance.
will lie in state at a lot to the
body Jim Pritchett and mean economyof
Anne Ragan, and an intelligent approach to Member of Audit Bureau of
Other entertainment included asked
Mrs. Alma K. Be-
the First Church today this Matthews said.
Baptist marbles j jacks area, Circulation.All .
Bob Erwin ,
; our racial problems. I am sure '
a twist contest, then the queen thea Alachua
Matthews that the County supervisorof
.from 1 to 3 predicted
p.m.Iorc batball and trailblaze July 3. ,
1 that working together as free material contained herein h
which climaxed Chief,
Page contest, registration to all
Smith Playground, Future of Levy County will be produce I the property of the Gainesville
Kirby men, we can solve this prob- land's day dedicated to the documents concerned in the Publishing Company. (C) 1964.
About 619 E. University Ave., Fred lem in an orderly and 'dignified built on agriculture industry, appointment I' Reproduction In whole or In part
worked for past weeks sending watermelon. of the
t tourism and fisheries. deputy regis- Is strictly forbidden without the
Carol Linz tether .
to Hazouri and ; manner. I written permission of the publisher.rt .
the old
to city en- tration supervisors. '
persons "This is a happy day a
kick and bounceball July 10.
"As further stated in talk -- --
my
gage in the demonstrationsthere day dedicated to the Levy Coun- Clubber
Littlewood Playground, 812
Rights Boys'
which are aimed at focus to the Altrusa Club but not "
ty watermelon, Matthews concluded -
N.W. 34th St., Mike Fratella -1 believe that
ing national attention on what quoted every Wins ContestA
and Helen Webster; checker American citizen has certain
to St. Augustine'ssegregation From 1
they point as
Page tennis and steal In hot, sultry sunshine, the
paddle
pool
laws and attitudes. guaranteed rights without regard :
Festival parade moved down 7-year-old Gainesville boy
the flag July 17. to creed or color."
with fore- race,
support oratory their
Mrs. Jean Chalmers said here Metcalf School Playground, the main street before hundredsof Scott Allsbrook has won a cam-

last night she and her husband doomed efforts to shape the 1905 N.E. 12th St., Laurel Jerni- spectators. The high school era in a national Boys' Club

have discussed his action ex measure to a them.form more nearly- gan and Nonnie Curry; pet, Hold Couple bands of Chiefland and Haw- photo competition.Scott .

tensively. He felt this was an acceptable to hobby and doll show June 26. thorne provided the cadence, is a member of the
Some very minor changeswere and the reigning watermelon Gainesville Boys' Club and the
Lanier
appropriate time to "stand up"for Sidney Playground,
what he believes in, she accepted with the acqui- 312 N.W. 16th Ave., Guy Gra- III Fatal queen, Susan Lewis, led the son of Mrs. Janet S. Allsbrookof I
of the bill's
escence managers. in her Other 805 NE 9th St.
ham, Wesley Dicks and Jon way car. parade:
Before recessing after a 4-
said.The hour 45-minute session the Sen- Elder; pegboard, hopscotch and
,
professor, a specialist in

U. S. social movements and ate buried eight amendments on horseshoes Stephen Foster July 31.Playgrounds, Shooting Hamilton Co. Gets Officer rt : IM
roll calls and killed another on .
author of books on the Ku Klux N.W. 6th Street, Gary Strack A Windsor couple was held
technicality. It
a parliamentary
Klan and the American vigi-
Don Lewis and Clara Whiting.A by sheriff's deputies last night
lante tradition, felt he should adopted three clarifying amend- After Sheriff Deputy Shot 1 1 H
track meet is scheduled for investigation of murder following !
ments by voice votes.In ... .,
aid the Southern Christian Lead-
softball tourna- of Zack
the
July 24 and a pistol killing t >-
I
all the chamber has disposed -
ership Conference headed by ment August 5 at City Park in Bridges, a Windsor dairy em- TALLAHASSEE (AP) The is able to take over the job again I
of 51 amendments 45
Rev. Martin Luther King, his Division B. ploye. Florida Sheriffs Bureau has lent Rhoden and a man who tried
since cloture was imposed.The .
wife said. House bill Sgt. Walter Coleman of the an enforcement officer to Ham- to help him after the shooting,I 8 ,. 't
passed was
The professor felt a failure first offered in-the Senate March RecommissionedTo Alachua County Sheriff's office ilton County where the chief dep- Isbin Tomlinson were wounded.I i it
I said Mrs. Caretha Armstrong uty shot and injured both the They were listed in good condi-'
by King's group would mean 9 but the voting process did not sJ
and other apparently fired a .22 caliber sheriff, who was his brother, and tion at the hospital here. I
Black Muslims
the begin in earnest until the Sea
would Welfare Bd. bullet into Bridges' back as he himself. Russell Rhoden, the deputy
extreme
more groups ate on Wednesday imposed cloture
I was fighting with her husband, The two injured men were the shot himself through the chest: *&
take over, Mrs.' Chalmers ex for the first time in a civil
plained.She -- rights controversy. TALLAHASSEE Secretaryof Butler. only fulltime sheriff's officers in several hours after wounding his: : .
I
State Tom Adams has an- Witnesses said an argument the county. brother. He was in serious condition
since then
said her husband will Progress of brought this nounced the recommissioningof developed between the two men The jailer and a parttime deputy at a hospital in Jackson:
predictions by
I miss no classes as a result of. from passage Sen. Everett Mrs. Rae Thrasher, of Mica- near the front of Bridges' home, Albert Jones, requested ville. I.

I. the imprisonment and that "his M.Wednesday Dirksen, the minority leader nopy, as a member of the Coleman reported.The help with law enforcement. The The shooting followed an argu,'

work load was well taken care Board of Social Welfare, District Armstrongs live nearby Sheriff's Bureau sent an agentin ment between the Rhodens over b ,
from Illinois and from Sen. Hubert I' ) A
\ of in advance." .. I 'H.."Humphrey, D-Minn., the No. 5, Alachua- --County. Coleman said. until Sheriff Charles Rhoden personal matters reports said.

She said she personally had bill's manager.Sen. "- i ir

no particular reaction findinghis Richard B. Russell, D-

imprisonment "b'o r ing" Ga., leader of the Dixie forces Big 'X': Does Scranton

more than anything else,, said he considers<
"I feel no differently than if Wednesday unlikely but conceded -

he had gone off to a historian's the measure probably will

convention," she said. "This is be disposed of by the end of the
i

just something he had-to- do." week. Have Enough Time ? i




A By J. W. DAVIS and vigor of the party." important as the candidate it Miller said after the announcement -

WASHINGTON (AP) "The Eisenhower was widely reported -will choose. : "My admiration'' FREEMANCOLLECTION

a aa hour is late." this week to have first Even before Scranton an- for Gov. Scranton has beena

M calC / urged Scranton to make him- nounced Eisenhower said he I'
Gov. William W. Scranton of matter of public record for along
ZONE Pennsylvania said so himself self more available, and then to wanted a wide open convention i time. Any leading Republican -!

A Partly cloudy and warm through easara Friday-when he finally took have advised him not to do any to stir national and party interest such as Gov. Scranton has,
Sunday night with Isolated afternoon ) thing that might split the party.
Otherwise why have one? right to have his name
thundershowers. High Sunday M to the plunge into the race for the every
Shoes works of art-when
+4. Variable mostly south winds I to Scranton appeared to have an- he asked. considered." are they carry the
U miles per hour. .. Republican presidential nomina swered with a loud "no" a I Freeman Golden Crest. Dress shoes casuals slip.

B C E F Fair through F tion.Exactly lesser question that had been. With President Johnson unopposed About the same time Scranton ons. brogues-all styles all sizes. Come see our

Sunday. High Sunday mid E one month is left before raised: Would be run for vice for the Democratic nom- said former Vice President I Freeman collection. priceless in.quality..But the
"
90s. Variable winds five to the delegates to the GOP president with Goldwater? The ination and with Goldwater taking Richard M. Nixon would be a I prices are right for you! "

12 miles per hour. ar national convention meet at San words he used in his announce-, a long lead among the Re- better choice for the veep job!
DC Fair through Sunday. High 1W Francisco to choose their nomi- publican possibilities there had
Sunday near '0 little higher inland. ment didn't sound flattering to because his views were "closer I
East miles per and hour.H southeast. winds I to IS nee. Scranton's entry, at the Goldwater. been a tendency to think: of the than mine" to Goldwater's. Nix .. from 14.95 to 29.95

Sunday.I -otherwise Few Isolated',Ir.showers High through Sunday very least, could make the convention Scranton declared: two conventions as being called on bad said earlier that Scran-' For Perfect Fit Give Him A Gift Certificate

tO to tS. Variable winds mostly southeasterly more interesting than it "In a presidential year the merely to choose the vice presi- ton would be the best running B-L SHOE DEPT. .
S to IS miles per hour.J sw dential nominees.In .
Chance of a brief early morn had shaped up to be. candidate at the top of the tick- mate for Goldwater. II I ':'-... ... .
.
ing shower otherwise fair through The burning question for those et can help those below. Or he that connection, Goldwater I i imaneuering .. ... .... -
10s. : .
Sunday. High Sunday upper East .
and southeast winds I to IS miles per who would like to bead off Sen. can doom them to undeserved reportedly had mentioned four Where does all this Scranton .

hour.1C Few widely scattered showers Barry Goldwater of Arizona is: defeat" possibilities for the No. 2 spoton leave Gov. Nelson! :0. r

through Sunday. High Sunday M. East "Do we have enough time?" Goldwater issued a statementof the ticket: Scranton Sen. A. Rockefeller of New York?i
ALMANACSunset
and southeast winds It to }t miles
Most tallies show Goldwater Thruston P. Morton of KentuckyGov. He has carried the nomination
per hour. monumental calm: "I welcome !- ;
i today ................ 7:31 pjn.
quite close to the 655 delegate James A. Rhodes of Ohio fight against Goldwater longer:
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE ,Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:2I..m. Bill Scranton into the race
Higft Lew Predp.Jacksonville Moonset tonight ............ 11:34 p.m. votes needed to win. 'as one of the outstanding gov- and Rep. William E. Miller of and harder than anybody. I
tS 74 PROMINENT STAR
Miami U 7tS Regulus below the Moon. A companion question is: ernors in the nation." New York, the GOP national Rockefeller said he was glad i

Tampa Atlanta 74fl 7t .1' VISIBLE Saturn rises PLANETS............... 12:10..m. What might former President And Goldwater expressed chairman. to see Scranton's announcement, THE STORE WITH MORE
!
New Orleans 9O"J Jupiter rises ............. 3.1* ajn. Dwight D. Eisenhower, the that the will unite Miller said before the Scran- "that be is joining the battle to GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Boston 70 .so Mars rises .............. 4:15..m.. hope party
New York 01 42a Mars rises .................. ,4:11 am. country's most popular Republican -"as one force to accomplish Its ton announcement: give. our party a choice." He(; 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET

WashingtonChicago 91 tI: *n t CEDAR KEY TIDESSundayHigh decide to do-in any posi- true purpose-to defeat Lyn- "The battle now is over. It repeated that, "I shall continue

Kansas City 12 7. SO$ .02 tive way-in this situation? Eisenhower don B. Johnson in November." becomes the obligation of Re- to fight for responsible Republican -: x .

Denver Ft. Worth U 71, .13 Low at It:at" .5:31 jn. un.and 11.33 and ,4.m.:MPnv welcomed Scranton's Eisenhower has said that the publicans to unite behind Sen. principles" in the platform I I B-L Charge Central Charge Layoway2.A

Los AngelesSetttlo 61 7. U S* oNA pjn.Monday.Low -at High 11:24.t am.6:2. tjn and 5:11 i entry as "good for the health platform the GOP adopts is as Goldwater," i and as a candidate. y I

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Cleared for UF Staff More About -
Way
Building ; ;

Hoffmann '. :.

Cha'ngesAnnounced S ;; :
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i GENESYS Center at CapeA From Page 1 .".S'. .".,- :-.J.c.1; 7UCB: t1.., "iY.


at the board's meeting with board hearing "live" witnesses .
lease agreement betweenthe The Air Force offered 21 acres meeting to report on progress Dr. Robert J. Wimmert, headof his three attorneys, Selig Gol-I and going deeper in the case S
State Board of Education of land for the main facilityat made in land acquisition for the University of Florida's din, William D. Reynolds and than the UF committee had
and the U. S. Air Force appar- Cape Kennedy, but the Boardof the new school. department of industrial engi- Dick Jones. The attorneys told been permitted to go.
ently has removed the final Control held on signinga The site consists of 1200 acres
up neering, has accepted an appointment the board they needed a day '
obstacle in the construction of lease pending study by the on the Malaya Trail near the at the University of and a half to present their "If we sit as an appellant For Our Personal
the central facility of the Uni- attorney.generaL Seminole County line.A South Florida. case including the testimonyof body then I question our right
versity of Florida's Graduate The lease is for 50 years with less optimistic report con- six of Hoffmann's witnesses. to hear testimony that was not
Engineering Education System the state paying a $100-a-year .cerning the other new state university Wimmert will join the staffof presented to the faculty com- Brand of ServiceWe
(GENESYS). rental. at Pensacola was also USFs College of Engineering They said the UF faculty mittee," said the Miami law
t Announcement of the signing Under the major provisions of heard by the board. Dr. J. as professor and chairmanof committee refused to hear all yer and the latest appointee to
I of the lease was made at the the agreement, the Air Force Broward Culpepper, executive the systems program effective of Hoffmann's witnesses on the seven-member board. Want You To

r meeting of the State Board of may revoke the lease duringany director, said condemnationsuits September 1. He will receive -grounds that their testimonywas Following a lengthy discus !
Control at Jacksonville Friday. period of national emer- necessary to secure some $15,000 a year. not relevant. sion, the board voted to appoint Know Our Employees
A $500,000 classroom and lab- gency "or in the interest of tracts might delay the start of examinerand
Also leaving the UF's Collegeof Jones said Hoffmann's Blee as special
appeal "
oratory for the closed circuit national defense. construction. -"I
Engineering is John F. is based two empowered .him to hear
on major
Board Architect Forrest M.
graduate engineering branch The Board of Control also
Twigg, an assistant professor.He does university -new testimony in addition to
school will be built near the learned it had clear title to all Kelley Jr. announced that the points: one, a state file.
will become an associate in Florida reviewing the case
have the
main Ken- the site Gainesville architectural firm ,
entrance to Cape but two small tracts on
I professor at the Tampa institu- authority to abolish a disci- Blee will be assisted by the f
'edy. of the state university to be of Moore and May had been
It will have satellite class- located in Orange County. selected for a $40,000 remodel- tion. pline or teaching position with- assistant attorney general I" f H
rooms where engineers will State Sen. Beth Johnson and ing job on the UF Medical Cen- The dean of USF's new en- out the approval of the Boardof who acts as the board's at

watch live lectures via televi- :Jim Robinson, attorney for the ter's Whole Body Counter facili- gineering school will be Edgar Control and, two, did the torney. After Blee makes his I
I sion in Melbourne, Daytona Orange County Commissioners, ty. W. Kopp, also a former faculty University of Florida follow report in about 30 days,' the
Beach, and Orlando. I were on hand at the Board member of the UF College of established procedures in its board will then conduct a full .,
3.
I Stassen Still ,Engineering.The method of abolishing the stat- hearing.
appointments of Wimmertand istician's position?, Attorney Jones said if Hoffmann -

UF Training Base'For Trying Rejects Twigg were announced at .Board member Lawrence does not get relief from
the monthly meeting of the State King, himself an attorney, the Board of Control they will etaw..rw. .r
i GOP Stampede .Board of Control in Jackson- questioned the propriety of the take the case to court. Eloise Sowers
ville ---

Poverty WarThe I RICHMOND, Va., (AP) Friday. Eloise is secretary to Mr.

.. Harold E. Stassen; pressing his PediatriciansPick Foster, the cashier. Her dutiesare
lonely campaign for the presidential primarily within the inter-
University of Florida will The UF program would offer noination, told Virginia FOR DAD WHO nal operations of the bank
become a "training base" for courses in both applied and Republicans Saturday that OfficersCOCOA handling the bank's profit and

President Lyndon B. Johnson'swar theoretical statistics.Dr. efforts to stampede delegates to loss books, keeping the per-

on poverty next month.A Blackwell told the board the national convention shouldbe BEACH (APDr.. HAS EVERYTHING sonnel's payroll, paying our
platoon of 50 youth counsel- he believes the program should rebuffed and rejected. Seymour Leopold of Miami was bills and generally tells us if
or-trainees needed in the U.S.government's be limited to applied aspects elected president of the Florida we can pay a stockholder's

war on poverty program will start in the an'I only combined.and the two should not be "An of open policies thorough and should consideration programsand be carried annual Pediatry meeting Association Friday.Dr. at.its 42nd A ZENITH F.M. RADIONORTH year dividend! at the end of' the

personalities David Stone of Hollywoodwas
eight-week training program at FSU already has a graduate forward right to the national I
the College of Education on program in statistics which convention' Stassen told named president-elect to' CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST
succeed Leopold next Other
year. -
July 15.Approval. offers the Ph. D. degree. Black- Virginia's state GOP convention new officers: COMPLETE SELECTION OF ZENITHAM
of a contract to well said the FSU program was which is choosing 10 at large Dr. Elba Trice, St. Augustine,' ARE YOUEXPECTING
train the counselors between patterned after one at the Uni- delegates to the national con- FM STEREO FM RADIOSOUCH'
first vice president Dr. John
the University of Florida and versity of North Carolina "oneof ;
vention. MAIN ST-
N.
Sweet, Panama 608
City, second : -V.
the U. S. of Labor the I :,
Department in
strongest programs district .
has 28
I Virginia picked vice president; Dr. Robert A. >We Gift Wrap Our Sales .
I
was granted by the State Boardof the world. .
favoring
with 19 of them -
delegates, Guidice, Gainesville, secretary- S.5 ;
Control in Jacksonville Fri- "They don't recommend put Sen. Barry Goldwater of treasurer. A COOL
ting the two together.," Black- ''Arizona.
day.UF
President J. Wayne Reitz well said. 'I' Stassen the onetime boy, n ''' '' ''''''. ;> . ; ::: 'f--t..w';:!: g' .r* : ;; ;::::: ; ; ;: :: <: ;
told,the board the entire cost of Blackwell said he wasn't trying wonder of Minnesota and disarmament : x ; !
: '
the program will be paid to obstruct the UF's program adviser in the Eisen- ".: :
through contract funds paid by but was only trying to hower administration, did not rl0 ;
the federal government. In ad- be helpful. mention in his prepared remarks K.itfJNE'1'w You Can
dition, a 25 per cent overheadwill Reitz argued that the UF's Pennsylvania Gov. Wil- I

be paid to the university. proposed program had evolved. liam W. Scranton's entrance :ALWAYS,FIRST,QUALITY !
Another proposed UF program from years of experience in statistics -into the GOP race Friday.
to establish graduate gained through the Agri-- r WITH A
studies in the field of statistics, cultural Experiment Station.
failed to win board approvaland "There is a growing demandfor Renewal Grant j CENTRALAIR
was held up for further research in statistics from Look at these features
almost in the univer- WASHINGTON (AP-The Urban -
study.A every area 1/12 H.P. 6-pole motor! S S
difference of opinion be- sity," Reitz said. "We believe Renewal Administration an-
tween Dr. Reitz and Florida graduate students should be nounced Friday a grant of $166- 4-position switch (off-
State University President Gor grounded in both theoretical 942 to the Broward County area I __ low-medium-high) !

don Blackwell on the philosophyof and applied aspects of statis- planning board for use in pre- Plastic "air-diffuser"
training statisticians prompted tics." paring a program of comprehensive .-- 1
wire
front
: snap-out
s a cautious approach by the The board referred the UF planning for the Fort Lau- ; ; back! c
board in approving the UF's proposal to its curriculum com- derdale-Hollywood metropolitan S
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4A GclnetvUle Sun Sunday. June 14 1964OiaftttsUillt NEWS COLUMNISTS '
DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE "
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thi :lp w I' .r \ : Due '

zI S 1 t' Civil Rights Applause



bill. They cannot concede the again their responsible workin like politician without whichour bill is designated to arm the

JOHN R. HARRISON PrttidMt end By WALTER LIPPMANThe of even a preponderant the.fields of foreign affairs., system of governmentdoes government and the Negro

UlUeri PA COWLS TU. ,Freil.ent vote in the Senate for right to try to bring the defense, finance and so on. not work. people with legal power, have
majority
| ED JOHNSOX.. Tic ,Fretldeat" of the bill Neither he nor anyone else their roots in this ancient
the
and ExteatlT E41Uri W. G. <*ffl) cloture, that is to say' to fix bill to a vote. But to manyof With passage
must first of is fooling huuself with the notion dogma of inherent inferiority.This .
Beautiful assured
Florida's EBEBSOLE. Vie Preside" tad A- them perhaps nearly :II of we
an end to the filibuster againstthe debt that when the bill is is the great achieve-
the
vertlslBf DlrccUri BOB TAKTAGIJOXE. it will be a relief to all recognize great
'University City VI.. FrtiUeat M* Clre U- civil rights bill, was 71 them down, and to have an end which the country owes to the passed the just grievances of ment of the bill, that it win

U.a JI&a&u. to 29. This means that con go bipartisan leadership in the the Negroes will have been bring all three branches of the

THE SUN'S POLICY siderably more than two- of There it. may be a few fanatics Senate. The HumphreyDirksen redressed. These grievances federal government to a for-
has worked in the have their roots deep in the mal and solemn repudiationof
thirds of all the hundred sena- them for whom fight- team
1. Report the, news fully and impartially in the news columns. tors are in favor of the bill. ing among to keep the Negro in an best traditions of the Senate, past, in fact the ancient in- the dogma of inherent in-
Sun in--but only in-editorials.' stitution of human slavery. feriority. This is a decisive
of the is d-s
2. Express the opinions This is a larger majority thanis inferior place is the only rea- and a special tribute !
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. required under the Constitution son for their being in poli- to Senator Dirksen whose deft The racist argument againstthe gain for us all. It liberatesthe
is that which Negroes of the stigma,
The Sun's telephones: All Department]-372-8441 fo- the ratification of a tics at all. But most of the and understanding leadershipof Negroes
colleagueshas Aristotle used more than 2,000 which in spite of emancipation -
Ads 376-4672 treaty, and in the presence of Southern senators are civilized his Republican
Want
in his defense of clings to them for the
made it to years ago
possible
and pass
such a majority it cannot be and responsible men,
that the slave- slavery of their ancestors. It
said that the Senate is act- they know that they will have the bill. slavery:
white, brown or black-is by liberates all of us from the
ing hastily to override the opinions served their constituencies in
the Scholarship Funds GrowingThe of the minority.The the 75 days of debate. Now SENATOR HUMPHRY, for nature an inferior man whois shame of having to participatein

Keep -- they can in turn serve the his part, has proved himselfto meant to be a slave. The such an intolerable injus-
right to filibuster is, I be the kind of statesman- grievances, against which this tice.
nation taking
whole by upOn
that has its
Local Alumni organization proved
Coordinated have always believed, a precious -

Scholarship Program condensed into value to the University through usage, invaluable to the RIGHT-
ON THE
one word, is CLASP. The popu loyalty and service for many years- preservation of freedom. For
it can prevent any sudden
lar coinage of new words would be a the Alumni Association. It is heartening dictation by a scant majorityin

great saving of printer's ink if it to see the alumni more inter a moment of public hys-

weren't for the.extra sentences required teria. To close down on a filibuster for VP? {
the class with Ike Run
to explain i the new symbols. ested in filling rooms is, therefore, somethingto Can .

.- good scholars than in filling the stadium be done only very rarely

gladto with old grad rooters at the and only after there is convincing
In the case of CLASP we are
proof that a bill has By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
spill the ink and make with the homecoming game. been thoroughly considered

explanations. It is a programdesigned debated, and that to delay ,-- -

to provide an additional one "S" brings us to scholarship. Thisis any longer would do much II

hundred scholarships for entering really the operative word. One does harm to the country.The two occasions in this stitution, a journalist, author, that nothing would please the I constitutional construction":
Convention more than to have the point in question being
students at the University _of Flor not have to be a scholar of the first civil rights bill is now column I have suggested that News and editor Leader of has the researchedthe Richmond the opportunity to nominatehim What did Congress intend?

ida-the students to be selected on water to attend the University. But at that point. It has been the Republican make Party maximum, if it question,deeply, and pub- : would it all be legal? What Congress intended in
chooses to a
debated and
amended and
the basis of "good scholarship and the more students who are "scholarsin effort to unseat the Democratic lished his findings in the cur- 1804 is very very clear, namely
It has
outstanding leadership." their own right" that the alumnican passed in the House. incumbent, should nomi- rent issue of National Review. VERY CLEARLY so, says to prevent any man from
amended and debatedin
the been His analysis is brilliantly rele- Mr. Kilpatrick, who focuses becoming vice president who
UF
recruit for the more the Senate and it nate Dwight Eisenhower as
may the hiatus be- his keen mind on the lan- was ineligible to serve as
,
The "C" is for Coordinated. It is thoroughly will a genuine spirit of still be amended, if a major- Vice President. Never mind vant tween, during the California prima- guage of the Constitution, and president. That meant, in

not a one-man dream or a "crash scholarship, a true yen for learning, ity wishes to amend it further, that Ike to almost become surely Vice doesn'twant Presi- ries and the Republican Con- comes up with the same con- those gloriously uncomplicated -

program" imposed by an ambitious infiltrate the campus. in the time that remains be- dent. Neither did he wish to vention. clusion that the Justice De- days, that no one seekingthe
fore there must be a final vote.
reached in 1960 vice presidency could 1))
of money-raisers. It is an interlocking become President, accordingto The former has apparently partment
group In reality the situation is
when according to General be other than native born, 2))
,
unified effort in which all "P" of course identifies the planas that everything that can be his recently published established that Senator Gold-
Eisenhower, he asked it, as be less than 35 years old, or
friends of the University are join- a "program." For a program is said against the bill has been memoirs. The personal problem water will be the Republican a matter of academic curios- 3)) have lived less than 14

ing to help bring to the UF the only an energized plan, a well- said, that the opposition has of persuading another Ike to is run the standard bearer.question The inter-at ity, to rule on whether he years in continuous residencein
is one thing, esting political
t "cream of the crop" of Florida high thought-out project with a motor had and 75 that days to to wait argue longer its views to question whether he is eli- San Francisco is not whom might legally run for Vice the United States.
Richard
with
school graduates.The hooked on and a driver in the seat. put the bill to vote is to deny gible. On this matter I have shall the delegates nominatefor t President along Along came the trauma of

It signifies organized activity insteadof that the large majority has been assaulted by readers President, but whom shall Nixon in 1960. Franklin Delano Roosevelt's

local spasmodic sputterings of hope. any rights at all. whose assumption was thatI they nominate for Vice Presi- He reasons this way: When four terms, whereafter the
"L" puts the accent on had never read the Constitution dent. Whatever the General's the language of the law is 80th Congress, under the leadership
The greater the participation This is really what brings forth our United States fora ambiguous, one must probe
participation. IT IS A FAIR assumption I of the or misgivings about running of Senators Taft and
in Alachua County, the heartiest endorsement. We need to believe, that many of the sen- at least that I had not noticedthe subordinate office, the enor- the intentions of the legisla- Wiley, set out to Institutionalize -

greater the number of scholarships harness more of our constructiveideas ators opposed to the bill actu- 12th and the 22nd Amendments mously important legal problem } tors who enacted the law. certain anti-dynastic hedges .

with the of thereto. is now at the forefrontof This approach was identified in order to
allocated to 'this area. Hundreds of and ideals power ally need cloture for them- prevent a
.fa Now Mr. James Jackson public discussion. In the 75 years ago by a distinguished single individual's re-election
out
have been aided in organized effort. selves as the only way o
students M.
worthy event he to consent, and legal scholar, Thomas fourth fifth terms.
futile and exhausting situa- Kilpatrick, an earnest and were for third, ,
the past, and many more will be aided to the obvious Cooley, as the "polestar of
tion. They cannot vote for the proficient student of the Con- assume The debates during that per-
in the future if the response to CLASP. Sounds like a handshake, iod (1947) establish that that

the "dollars for scholars" movementis doesn't it? And in a sense it is. So precisely was on the mind of

don't respond with a headshake when Issues the congressmen and senators
generous. GOP and the the 22nd
your alumni friends approach" you Big who Amendment dispatched to the states.

j "A" ties the movement to a sound for "dollars for scholars.

r r: six Republicans voting againstit. ous partisan opposition on a generation the administrationin EARLY DRAFTS of the
STrur lurk ditttra! whether Democratic projected Amendment which
II wide of issues, particu- power
Predicting Elections By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON range or Republican, was able to decreed that presidents who

his- larly in the House under Rep. win the consent of the opposi-- had served two terms would
THESE
The IN EACH OF
it re- Charles Halleck. But the main tion for dramatic new initia- not be "eligible to the office
desire to know the the public is inclined to expect Sen-
Man's restless cent emphasis on Senator.Bar toric votes, incidentally,
thing is that, when issues of tives in the field of foreign of President" were rejected.The .
future is as old as man. It has creat- anyway. ry Goldwater has tended to ator Goldwater voted againstthe transcendant national impor- policy. The Marshal Plan and Congress as the debates -

ed oracles, seers, royal astrologers, obscure an important fact. decision of the Congress.He the Test. tance came to a vote, the Re- NATO and the other security quoted at great lengthby
This is that the Republican not only opposed
diviners and mystics of all kinds Polling in advance of an electionis with the Soviet publican leaders went along treaties were among many illustrations Mr. Kilpatrick prove -hada
has made larger Ban Treaty
a con-
whose power was great until they subject to a time lag, regardlessof Party tribution to the really historic Union, but also voted against and sometimes led the fight. of the point.In single objective in mind,

guessed wrong just once. It has created how conscientiously pollsters re- decisions of the 8th and 88th selling wheat to the Soviet Un- these last three and a namely, to prevent an incum-
of bent President from using the
today's election polling and pro- check. It is entirely posible, for instance Congress than at any time ion, which was another effortto THIS WAS certainly issue. There true is half years, however, the main of his office to prolong -
the civil rights domestic powers
challenge came on
reduce cold tensions.He
since Senator Vandenberg led war
birth of baby to
that the a
jecting, processes involving more for the enough credit available on this policy,where stronger feelingson his term Indefinitely.When .
the bipartisan fight both the
science and machinery than similar the Rockefeller family three days be- voted against one for both parties, but it is economic and financial pol- the Amendment was
United Nations a generationago. Act and the
of earlier periods. fore the California election could Trade Expansion only fair to say that it was the icy and on the relations be- finally crystallized it s a f dimply
processes tax cut and he voted against
that No shall
in the House no- ; person
Republicans oftenin
have influnced the few thousand tween the races were
Since 1961, this Congresshas ending the civil rights filibus- tably Rep. William M. McCul- conflict. be elected to the office of
The fact that some pre-election votes by which it was decided. Un- participated in three de- ter. In doing so, he went lough of Ohio and Rep. John feel President more than twice"
when
polls in Oregon and California went foreseen events can affect polls even velopments which are likelyto against a majority of the the Senate test Lindsay of New York, who ings Yet against even the partisan Democratic To argue that that is the

astray and that the television pro- if the sample is absolutely accurate, be regarded as landmarkseven Republicans trade on pressed for civil rights legisla- administration were running same as "no person shall be

phets with or without computerswere questioners -scrupulously care- at the end of the decade. ban,civil tax rights cut, closure expansionand votes. tion while the administrationwas very high as a presidential eligible to serve as President
move- to do so. And than twice" would imply
These have been the hesitating the Re- more -
right in projecting ful and all responses are strictly election appraoched
partially
only
relations of the Partiesin
The
of the
ments toward an accommodation without the cooperation leaders demonstrated that an ex-President could
the closeness of the Californiarace truthful. the 87th and 88th congresses in the publican
with the Soviet Union, Republican leaders their capacity to adjust, to lot even serve in the Housef
has brought forth some of the toward expanded trade abroad are full of sharper con- House and Senate, Rep. Hal innovate, to compromise andto Representatives and act as

criticisms which always arise when Projecting future returns on the and economic growth at home, trasts. The Republicans gave leck and Sen. Everett McKin- lead. Speaker of the House, thereby

forecasts are less than perfect. basis of those from typical voting and toward civil equality for the administration decisive ley Dirksen, even the brilliant The irony.of the situation is occupying a seat in the linef

is old technique of political the white and Negro races. support at the very beginning work of President John- fairly obvious. Just when the ) presidential succession; or,
areas an first session of the 87th Robert
of the son, Attorney General declininga for that matter, that no ex-
The scientific polling of modern writers but computers have made THESE THREE move- when they provided the votes Kennedy and the majority world little,tensions when the are economy is President could serve in certain i

times has a much better record than the job much speedier. Yet this too ments, each of which markeda necessary to enlarge the whip, Hunert Humphrey, could responding to the new economic posts in the Cabinet of an

the mass straw-vote techniques of must be less than perfect. Each sharp break with precedent, House Rules Committee from never have brought such a experiments, and when incumbent President, if his
I vote in the Trade 12 to 15 members. Without this revolutionary civil rights bill of that position put
50 years ago. ,Fewer persons are election involves different issues, came to a some progress is being madeon occupancy
the
the Expansion Act of 1962, the rev- vote, the record was of to the vote.Seldom the race question, all with him In line for the Presidency
but the is careful. personalities and influences on have
questioned group might
olutionary tax bill of 1964, last three years the Re- according to the priority specified -
all income the voter. What has been typical for And of if ever In the post- Republican support,
ly selected to represent the nuclear test ban treaty been less impressive. lead- publican Party is apparently in the Presidential Succession -
the two
and regional interestsin 20 cease to be overnightand course their leadership on the war period have Act.
occupational years may and, of course, the closure been con- determined to choose as its
their proper proportions. Projection projections may suffer accord vote on the pending civil civil rights bill was outstanding. fronted ing political by parties so many new leader one of a small hand- Mr. Kilpatrick's point is not

of election returns after some ingly. rights bill. And in each case, these problems which challengedold ful of Republican senators who merely the technical one
the votes of Republicanswere At the same time and voting voted against these major in- known to lawyers as "Nu-
have been received is slightly different three have been markedby assumptions
years
and unius exclusio alter-
est
extremely important novations. nero
but rests on the same principle, Science has improved prophecy in some cases decisive. an increase in acrimoni- habits. Usually in this last Ius," but a profounder one:

prediction of the whole result from greatly. ,Modern knowledge also The Test Ban Treaty was 'Is this hair splitting," Mr.

the result in a smaller group. In projection should teach us not to expect total not the cause but merely the Olpatrick asks? "Some will

the base or sample, consistsof rightness. The grim picture that is symbol of the long efforts to I say so. But Constitutions, in

precincts or other voting areas sometimes painted of a future worldin reach limited agreements with Voice of the Peoplen my own old-fashioned view,
the Soviet Union, but it was i were meant to be strictly con-
which experience has shown to be which the feelings of voters can nevertheless a significant indi- trued. The intention of the

typical of the whole.In be known in advance and therefore cation of the desire to reduce I framers is paramount. Words

manipulated or in which electionsare the tensions of the cold wart The Sun's Opinion Page must be given not only their

practice these methods have determined by computers without It was passed by the Senate rdinary meaning but also the
80 to 19 with 25 People colu", ... Utters gloss; imparted to them by the
Republicans of the
,
will be real. the Voice
be substantially actual vote in
shown themselves to an never Opinions; sad comments of San readers ore welcome letter should legislative history of the time.
"Quat.d.
If
providing the necessary two- bo signed and bee, tbo writer's odd,..*. Homes will bewjthbeld ...4. n.
and eternal must bo
accurate, yet complete thirds vote. exceed 500 words ..d mint bo written on only ono side popor. Poets I c.IOt The spirit and meaning of the
accuracy in determining the future The sudden turns of fortune and The Trade Expansion Act, Sun not reserves the ri bt to eJect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Constitution would not be preserved -

still is unattainable. Pollsters never the human equation will keep both passed the House of Represen- intent. but rather would be
violation of Redlich was associated with iolated, if the 12th and 22nd
have claimed perfection although politics and polling a little uncertain. tatives, 298 -125, with 80 Republicans Risk on Warren this "incredible these red front organizations. Amendments were read together -
approving it and 90 U. S.. security could open the MARGARET SANDERSIIe'tl
to prevent Mr. Eisenhower -
opposing it. It passed the Sen- Commission? files of the Warren Commis- from making himself

POTOMAC FEVER ate, 78-8, with 22 Republicansvoting sion to a member of three 'De-Skunk' available for a Vice .Presidential -
:
yea and only 7 nay. EDITOR Sun:_ A Florida Communist front organiza- nomination."

By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau On the tax bill, which approved Congressman, Edward Gur- tions while hiding the findings Smokers The irony is that the Democrats -
for the first time a. ney on May 4 urged the War- American during the 80th Con-
the ,
The Boston postoffice sold a million John F. Kennedy stamps in one'hour. Commission to take im- from people
$11.1 billion tax cut as an eco ren the 22nd
whose President was mur- EDITOR, Sun: Are smokers ress, opposed
The Postmaster General may re-open a few other offices briefly, to see if anybody nomic expansion measure despite mediate steps to "purge its dered, by an avowed Marxist. unaware' that they stink mendment as anti-democrat-!

1 else wants some. a budget deficit the vote staff of security risks and per- Why a man wIth',these past or don't they care? Per- Jc.. And now the Democrats

-- in the House was 271-155, with sons with past associations associations was ever hired haps "their best friends won't watch and see will bee
I "Peace walkers from Quebec have reached Miami on their way to Havana. 48 Republicans approving and with Communist front organi- by the commission sends tell them." first to raise solemn contitutional -

The worst is over-it's only a 90-mile hike from there. 126 against. It passed the Sen- zations." chills up my spine,." said Gur- When one nasty little bale objections to the

'i.. ate, 74 to 19, with the help of The target of Gurney's re- of packed tobacco with a fire proposal that Ike run for Vice

I Harold' Stassen says President Johnson is a modern Warren G. Harding. 21 Republican votes. quest Is New York University ney.Mr. at one end and a weak-willed 'resident. But the final word

That's not fair-Harding was a pretty good golfer. The vote that ended the long professor Norman Redlich, Lee Rankin, director of human vacuum at the other will be given not by the con-

-- filibuster on the civil right who is a,1100-a-day legal con- the Warren Commission; saidit can foul up a good-sized area titutlonal opportunists, but

1 The Commerce Department says there'll be 115,000,000 telephones in the bill is perhaps a better illustration sultant to the Warren C 0 r-- is the practice of the com- with a few puffs it U clearly by Dwight Eisenhower. "Per.

U. S. by 1970. Shows what can be done when the teen agers get the Presi of the Republican Par- mission investigating Presi- mission to hire first and Investigate understandable why a finally and politically' Mr.

dent on their aide. ty's contribution than anythingelse. dent Kennedy's assassination.Mr. later.Norman smoker becomes saturatedand olpatrick concludes "he

-- Closure was ordered by a Norman Redlich has Redlich has not exudes an odor as obJectionable lust, make up his own mind.

There's growing demand for a subway system in Washington. The way it Is 71-29 vote, with 27 Republicans been a member of three Communist ; been fired even though.Mr. as a skunk, a pa- The Constitution does not

now, most stabbings occur in parks and playgrounds., setting a poor' examplef providing the. essentialtwo front organizations.Congressman Gurney said., Rankin has confirmed that (Continued on Page 5A), land in his way,'*

little children, ____ ._ thirds margin, and only
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Gainesville Sun Sunday June 14, '1964 _

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COLORED NEWS



i Oiai1tt5uille iun B. F. Childs, Colored News EditorA


LANDMARKBible excelled academically and ath-

Thought "Although... letically.The ,
the fields shall yield no meat; financial aid, amountingto a at

JOHN R. HARRISON. President end the flock shall be cut off from more than $50,000, was an-
f.hll hcri TAT COWIES. Vic ?restr -
t demli ED JOKNSOX. Vlt Frctideit the fold...: jet I will rejoice in nounced this week by W. Ervin

Florida's Beautiful + and Executive EtliterJ W. 'G. (Bill) the Lord, I will joy in the God Rousen, Director of Guidance.
EBEHSOLE Vies President m4 Avertlsiac *- of my salvation." (Habakkuk North Carolina College offer i a M a

b; 'University City' Utz Tic DirecUrt President BOB and TAETAGLIO.NE. Clreula-- 3:17-18.: ) ed a total of $13,800 to honor t

Uon Manager. graduates: Frieda Mays, Le-

roy Gandy, Ella Boozy, Geral-
THE SUN'S POLICY ANNOUNCES RETIREMENTRev.
dine Leonard, Eddie Johnson,
D. E. White is announc-
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. Maggie Brown, Gloria McKellar 4 y
ing his retirement as a Funeral -
r .. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. Director and the purchaseof Varna Benton, Mary E.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Robinson, Annie R. Billingslea, k.
his share of the firm White
F; The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 and'Dorsey by his partner Arnold Thomas Shinhelster, Bessie Brown, James
Kay ,Sylvester
Want D. Dorsey.
Ads 376-4672
-
Southers, Linda MaGee, Dorothy
Rev. White began funeral di-
t Davis Helen
Thompson.
recting Feb. 1, 1932. The present -
1 Marguerite Wilson, Constance
firm from
purchased
was

Keep the Scholarship Funds Growing C. M. Shaw in Jacksonville, Harris Honor, and graduates Dorothy also White.receive

? Florida. He was engaged in financial aid A visit to the Florida A&M: University Department of Agriculture was a
from
F The Coordinated Local Alumni organization that has proved its practice with his brother, the. College Clark : Talladega part of the recent itinerary of a group of foreign students studying agriculture -
College, Virginia -
late Azzie Jones, hence the
and home.economics at American colleges and universities. Some mem-
Scholarship Program, condensed into value to the State, Dillard Knoxville
University through ,
name White and Jones Funeral bers of the group photographed during their visit to the FAMU Schoolof
one word, is CLASP. The popu- loyalty and service for many years- Home. Bethune-Cookman College, and Agriculture and Home Economics. Pictured left to right are: Raymond Burgess -

; lar coinage of new ,words would be a the Alumni Association. It is heart- During his career as funeral Delaware State.Outstanding assistant county agricultural agent, Leon County, who escorted the
athletes receivedsome
great saving of printer's ink if it director the following licensed group on the tour of Leon County facilities; Abolghassem Dehbod from Iran;

weren't for the extra sentences required ening to see the alumni more inter- funeral directors served as his very impressive grants. Maria del Carmen Montenegro, Quito Ecuador, South America; U. S. Rag, In-

f i) to explain the new symbols.In ested in filling the class rooms with employes: The late Bill McLen- John Mayes, Ray Adams and dia; Reddi Babu, India; Chau- 'an-Diep, Viet Nam; and Prof. T.T. Lewis, hor-
don for 10 Charles J. Curtis Bankston received grants
,
i years ticulturist in the Florida A&M Department of Agriculture.
__
good scholars than in filling the sta- Latimer, who is now head chem- from Drake University, Milli-

the case of CLASP we are gladto dium with old grad rooters at the ist with Bondol Laboratories, kin U., and New Mexico State, DAYSVILLE NEWS

spill the ink and make with the homecoming game. Madison, Ark., the late W. L. respectively. The grants Women's and Men's Day
Miles who owned his own busi- amounted to $5400. Women's and Men's Day will \; LbFi w ,f
explanations. is a program designed -
ness in Perry, Fla., Richmond Texas Southern, Tuskegee In- be observed jointly at the East
s to provide an additional one "S" brings us to scholarship. Thisis Lawson, owner of Lawson Fun- .stitute, Kentucky State College, New Port Baptist Church June

hundred, scholarships for entering really the operative word. One does eral Home, Winter Park, and Grambling had also indi- 14. The schedule of services is

Ev students at the University of Florida not have to be a scholar of the first James O. Stratman Wa ymon cated interest in the basketball as follows: Sunday School, 9:30 ; ,. t

-the students to be selected on water to attend the University. But Jennings associated with Ray players. a.m.; the First Morning Star hi.

the basis of "good scholarship and the more students who are "scholarsin Williams Arnold Funeral Home, Tampa who- Baptist Church will conduct a
and D. Dorsey
,
outstanding leadership." their own right" that the alumni later became a business part- POOL TRANSPORTATIONStudents joint service at 3 p.m.; refresh-
ments will be served at 3
recruit for the UF the will be able to catch p.m.;
can more
and Rev. T. D. Davis and his
1 The "C" is for Coordinated. It is thoroughly will a genuine spirit of ner.This marks the third retire- the bus to the swimming poolat congregation will]] also conducta .,n A 4.Y Y 2 taMj.
ment for Rev. D. E. White. He the following Junes and from
z not a one-man dream or a "crash scholarship, a true yen for learning, has served as a public school the following points: A. Quinn joint service at 8 p.m. Mrs.C. .

program" imposed by an ambitious infiltrate the campus. teacher and worked as a mail Jones Elementary, 9:15: ; Com- W. Wright, reporter.

group of money-raisers. It is an interlocking carrier for 20 years. He has munity Center, 9:25; D u val

$ unified effort in which all "P" of course identifies the planas served as pastor of the Friend- Elementary, 9:35. Students in LACROSSE NEWSTo
of the ship Baptist Church for 28 the summer school program at Render
t friends University are join- a "program. For a program is ProgramThe
Duval catch the bus to
ing to help bring to the UF the only an energized plan a well- years. may Fort Clark Baptist
the at 11:30 and from A.
He was married to the late pool
Church Choir will render
"cream of the crop" of Florida high thought-out project: with a motor Mrs. Bessie White January 29, Quinn Jones at 11:50. gram at the Bethel A.M.E.a pro- V y .n _

school graduates.The hooked on and a driver in the seat. 1930, and to this union one For recreational swimming Church at LaCrosse, today at J "i .1 '". .........
It signifies organized activity insteadof daughter was born Miss Gwen- the bus will leave A. Q. Jonesat
6:30: p.m. Susie Walters was one of 201 Gibbs Junior College
"L" puts the accent on local spasmodic sputterings of hope. dolyn Hill. He is presently mar- 1:30 p.m. and stop at the There is no admission price, students who graduated from Gibbs Junior Collegethis
center and Duval
ried to Mrs. Susie M. White community
participation. The greater the parti- This is really what brings forth our He has, Elementary school. but a free-will offering will be week. She is shown (above) receiving the A.A.

cipation in Alachua County, the heartiest endorsement. We need to three county granddaughters.After psychologist.. On Monday, Wednesday, and accepted.2nd degree from Floyd T. Christian, Pinellas County

greater the number of scholarships harness more of our constructiveideas Dorsey became his business Friday, students from Micanopyand AnniversaryThe School Superintendent. !

allocated to this area. Hundreds of and ideals with the power of partner the firm changedits Archer will have swimming United Choirs' Union will
lessons at 10 a.m. a.m. Alachua have its second anniversary,
from White and Jonesto
worthy students have been aided in. organized effort. name which will June 17 and
High Springs at 11 a.m. and begin -eb
White and Dorsey With the 'IJA.'IES
will be aid- las to June 19 the Bethel tuar t5
the past, and many more purchase of Rev. White's share Hawthorne and Newberry at at

ed in the future if the response to CLASP. Sounds like a handshake, by his partner the firm will 12 noon.NASSAU. ,A.M.E. Church. There' are six

it And in it is. Sodon't be known Fun- choirs in the union.
the "dollars for scholars" movementis doesn't ? a sense now as Dorsey
C. ALEXANDERFinal and the husband of Mrs. Re-
I The public is invited to
eral Home.PERSONALS.
generous. respond with a headshake when BOUND! attend. rites for James C. becca Jordan.

your alumni friends approach you The Bethune Cookman Alumni Alexander of Hawthorne, who Funeral arrangements will)

I "A" ties the movement to a sound for "dollars for scholars." Association is sponsoring a I died June 12 at the Veterans be announced by Hughes &

Mrs. Birdie Mickens Collins, Cruise to Nassau on June 15. STARKE NEWS Adminstration Hospital in Chestnut Funeral Home.

wife of Bishop Collins of the The S. S. Yarmouth will sail I District Meeting Closing Lake City following a lingering

I I Elections A.M.E. Church of Oklahoma, is at 3 p.m. EST. The Gainesville Dis t r i c t illness, will be conducted Sun- LOUISE PEACOCK

Predicting house guest of her cousins, Dr. This cruise promises to be entertaining Meeting, which began June 14 day, June 21, at 3 p.m. from Final rites for Mrs. Louise
'-' L. B. Childs and Petrus K. as well as educational. 'at the Church of God in Christ the Gil Gal Baptist Church. In- Peacock of Micanopy will be

Man's restless desire to know the the public is inclined to expect it Childs and other relatives at One of the main features of at Starke, is closing today. terment will follow in the held this afternoon at 3 p.m.

future is as old as man. It has creat- anyway. Jacksonville. the tour, the group will be I Today will be District Superintendent Hawthorne Cemetery.Mr. from the Mt. Bethel Baptist

ed oracles, seers, royal astrologers, Bishop and Mrs. Collins returned -met and entertained by the Day, and the publicis Alexander is survivedby Church with Rev. C. L. Dennison -
from Africa recently.Miss Governor of Nassau. invited to attend. his wife, Mrs. Ora Mae officiating.
diviners and mystics of all kinds Polling in advance of an electionis
Hattie James and Miss Persons f ro m Gainesvillewho 1 1I Alexander, one son, James Interment will be made in the
I a whose power was great until they subject to a time lag, regardlessof Mattie Mae Jackson, both of will join the group on Mon- I Farris Alexander,' his mother, Micanopy Cemetery under the

guessed wrong just once. It has created how conscientiously pollsters re- Deland, were guests of Miss day are Mr. and Mrs. Joe John- SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET Mrs. Ester Dubois, step-father, direction of Dorsey Funeral

i today's election polling and pro- check. It is entirely posible, for instance James' relatives here yester- son, Mrs. Carrie Henry and The Sunday School Convention -Adam Dubois, four sisters, Home.
will be held at the Mt. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of Cleve-
that the birth of baby to Mrs. Rolena Davis of Atlanta
jecting, processes involving more a day.Mr. I
and Mrs. Alfonso Edwardsand ,Church with Rev. S. P. Kilpat- land, Ohio, Mrs. Ellen Cole- MRS. PEARL DAVIS
science and than similar the Rockefeller family three days be- Ga., (Mrs. Davis is the house-
machinery son, Jim all of Washington, rick, host pastor, June 16. man of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Funeral services for
i processes of earlier periods. fore the California election could D.C., arrived here yesterday as guest of Mrs. Henry). Friends I The subject for the oratorical Verdie Shells, and Mrs. Mil. Mrs. Pearl Dais will be heldat i
wish for them .
"Happy Sailing"
have influnced the few thousand guests of relatives and friends :contest is "Stewardship and dred Dubois both of Hawthorne -, the Greater Bell Metho-

The fact that some pre-election votes by which it was decided. Un- for: a fortnight.Mrs. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSZion ,Sunday School Training."" five brothers, Ocurlest dist Church at Brooker, Sunday -
Estelle Jamerson returned Alexander of Cleveland, Ohio, April 21, with Rev. Anderson -
polls in Oregon and California went foreseen events can affect polls even Temple A.M.E. Xion ''
t ; here yesterday from ATTENDED SHORT COURSE Nepolian Dubois, Freeman: officiating. Interment will
astray and that the television pro- if the sample is absolutely accurate, Denver, Colo., following two- The Third Quarterly Confer ''I Twenty-eight 4-H'ers from Dubois, Willie Dubois, Allen j'follow in the Rhuda Branch

; phets with or without computerswere questioners are scrupulously care- week visit with her daughter -ence of this conference year Alachua County attended the Dubois all of Hawthorne, other: Cemetery.

only partially right 'in project- ful and all responses are strictly Mrs. Nancy Simmons, and will be held in connection with annual State 4-H Short Course relatives and friends. I I The time of funeral will be

ing the closeness of the Californiarace truthful. other'relatives.The our worship services. Dr.V..I held at Florida A&M University Hughes & Chestnut Funeral announced later.
will and hold the business -
from preach Home in charge.
has brought forth some of the following persons in Tallahassee on June 812. Duncan Brothers Funeral
session at 6 The Or-
Brooker attended the Methodist p.m.
4-H'ers from Newberry, Home is in charge.
criticisms which always arise when Projecting future returns on the Church Annual Conference at der of service: Church School Archer, Micanopy, Alach u a

forecasts are less than perfect. basis of those from typical voting Bethune Cookman College at 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11a.m. and High Springs were in at- SAM JORDAN MRS. CHRISTINE WILLIAMS;

is old of Daytona Beach, recently: Mrs. ., and evening service 7p.m.
areas an technique political tendance. They received instructions Funeral services for Mrs.
Sam Jordan of 314 N. W. 7th
All members will their
The scientific polling of modern writers but computers have made Altemese Walker, Miss Delphine pay in citizenship, public Ave. died Saturday morning at Christine Williams will be held
Nelson and James Gaskin. Mrs. regular dues and each auxiliary -
times has much record than much i speaking, leadership and other at the Mt. Olive Baptist Churhch
a better the job speedier. Yet this too Nellie Moore Brooker. will make the regular contribution his home following a lingering
h reporter, subjects that will make them illness. Mr. Jordan has livedin at High Springs, today at 2
the mass straw-vote techniques of must be less than perfect. Each for support of the con- :

50 years ago. Fewer persons are election involves different issues ference. Rev. W. L. Souder, better men and women. The Gainesville for a number of pm.The
short course was well attended, years, was a member of the I Brown Funeral Home Is
questioned but the group is carefully personalities and influences on the FMC SUMMER SESSION pastor. stated E. M. Greene, the as- Mr. Pleasant M. E. Church, in charge.

selected to represent all income, the voter. What has been typical for ST. AUGUSTINE -The an- YOUTH DAY- sistant county agent for Alachua -

occupational and regional interestsin 20 years may cease to be overnightand nual Summer Session at Flori- The Youth observance County. LACROSSE NEWS B.T.U. CONGRESS

their proper proportions. Projec- 'projections may suffer accord- da Memorial College, which op- has been set for Day today at the I Singers To Appear I Sunday School and B. T. U

tion of election returns after some ingly. ens here June 15 and runs Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church. tell LEADER ': The Holy Light Gospel Sing-.Congress will convene with the
through August 7, offers full- Miss Annette Y. Higgins attended era from Jacksonville will render i Spring Hill Baptist Church be-
have been received is slightly differ- The junior church under the di- I
credit courses in a variety of the State 4-H Short a musical program at,ginning Wednesday June 7,
1 ent but rests on the same principle, Science has improved prophecy subjects leading to B.S. degreesin rection of Mrs. J. S. Sanders Course in Tallahassee. She the St. Paul Baptist Church today !through Sunday, June 21. The

prediction of the whole result from greatly. Modern knowledge also elementary education, relig- promises a day of full enter- served as Junior Leader for at 7:30 p.m. local program will be held on

"the result in a smaller group. In pro- should teach us not to expect total ious education, English, music tainment.The adults asked to girls; attending from Alachua I There is no admission price,I!Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. We

jection, the base, or sample, consistsof rightness. The grim picture that is education, science, and s o cial bring or send are covered dishes. County. but a free-will offering will be are asking that you please at-
science. accepted. Deacon N. H. D an- tend as many sessions of
precincts or other voting areas sometimes painted of a future worldin The children will be served din-
Some courses attracting par- 4-H CAMP JUNE 15-20 iels, sponsor; Rev. A. Odom, this Congress as you can. Much
which experience has shown to be which the feelings of voters can ticular attention are: Negro in ner immediately after the morn- E. M. Greene, Assistant pastor. helpful information will be gathered

typical of the whole. be known in advance and therefore history, world history, Christian ing worship. County Agent, is expectingmore from these meetings.

manipulated or in which electionsare literature, arithmetic, music, The Youth Day program will than 75 boys to attend
be during the League hour at HIGH SPRINGS NEWS
In practice these methods have determined by computers with- and arts for elementary school, -H Camp at Doe Lake on Mon- SWI MEET:
5:30 Call Meeting
shown themselves to be substantially' out an actual vote will never be real. audio visual of education and,biological fundamentals -- p.m.Visitors are always welcome.I day, staying through June 20. There will be a "Get Ac- Coach Albert White announces
speech, that the swimmers from the
accurate, yet complete and eternal science.In Rev. W. S. White, pastor; Mrs.A. .I These boys will receive instruc- quainted Meeting" at the Mt.
i Pool will
City
participate In
tion in wildlife health water a
,
accuracy in determining the future The sudden turns of fortune and addition, special workshopswill E. Wingate, reporter. I safety, crafts and conservation.This Carmel Baptist Church todayat tri-city swim meet with Clearwater .

still is unattainable. Pollsters never the human equation will keep both be conducted on teaching camp is under the direct 4 pjn. with the newly appointed and St. Petersburg, Mon-

have claimed perfection although politics and polling a little uncertain. the slow learner. The 18 semes-I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMrs. I supervision of the Florida Ag- pastor Rev. James. day, June 15, at 7:30: p.m.. St.
ter hours required for certifica- Viola Mathis announces Johnson. Mrs. Esther Black, re Petersburg, Fla. Clearwater b
ricultural Extension Service, I
tion in this field may be com- the engagement and approaching -! with Dr. M. 0. Watkins, as di- porter. ,O.S.R.A. State champions, but
BAPTISMAL SERVICES 8:30 ajn. to Saturday at 12 will be held at the Hall Chapel pleted in two FMC summer ses marriage of her daughter,' rector. I White will be relying on his 14,

There will be Baptismal Services noon. Church today at 3 pjn. sions.A Miss Marshall Ann Rushing, to BIBLE SCHOOL [15 and 16 year olds for his

at the Friendship Baptist All interested persons are wide range of recreationaland Joe Williams, Jr., son of Mr. LEARN TO SWIM The Daily Vacation Bible points. Clearwater is the only

Church today at 11 a m. during SLATES PROGRAMThe invited. I social activities has been and Mrs. Joe B. Williams, Sr., Parents their School will open at the Friendship club to defeat the local swim-

the _morning services. Friendly Choirs' Union I planned for those attending. A of this city at the bride-to-be's children for may swimming register lessonsat Baptist Church on Monday, mers in duel meets.

will render a program, entitled CHILDREN'S DAY I course in swimming will also be grandmother's home, Mrs. 01- the City Pool, the Commu- I.June 15, at 9 am.

i GUEST SPEAKERS "Choirs In Parade" Monday, At 4 p.m. today a program offered in the College pool. ie M. Williams of 1407 SE 7th nity Center and all city schools. I ---- I' NEWBERRY NEWS

I i Rev. Jerald Williams, member June 15, at 8 p.m. centered around youth will be Transfer credits should be on St., July 4 at 11 ajn. The re- Students are urged to, register CHOIRS' FESTIVAL SET Chorus To Appear

of Mt. Pleasant Methodist Following the program held at the Spring Hill Bap-, file with the registrar's office ception will follow at the same early on Sunday and Mondayat I The Choirs' Festival will beheld The Spiritual Male Chorus
the
.! will be speaker at the Friend- there will be the election of mer Henry as sponsor. Youth prior to registration for ses- place. .the 'pool in. order to get 18 at the Zion Temple A3I.E. from Archer, will render a mu-

ship Baptist Church today at 1am. 1 officers. departments from over the sion, which has been scheduled All friends and relatives are lessons for $1.50. For further Zion Church today at 3 p.m. sical program at the Mt. Zora

.; and Miss Rosa Mae Jack- County will participate. Mrs. for 8 ajn. to4 pjn. in Cole- cordially invited. information, call FR 6-S3S,. The public Is invited. Baptist Church today at 7 p.m.
Westfall Hall. Monday
ion, student from Florida Mem- CHILDREN'S DAY Henry is asking for jour full] June man -15.GIBBS The public is invited. Thereis

orial College, will be the speaker The Children's Day programwill support at this well planned pro' PLANS PROGRAM ALACHUA NEWS NOTICE no admission price.

during the evening services be held at the Shady gram. The Religious Choirs' Union Rev. Haile Speaks Today The monthly meeting of the

tt 7:30 p.m. Grove Primitive Baptist GETS GRANTSST. will present a program, entitled Rev. G. W. Haile, minister 'St. Paul Memorial Cemeterywill CHILDREN'S DAY .

Church today at 5 p m. SLATES MEETINGThe PETERSBURG Scholarships -"Choirs In Parade" at the St. will be the principal speakerat be held at the Hall Chape) The Children's Day_,program
BIBLE SCHOOL BEGINS City-wide Missionary grants and loans rang- Paul Baptist Church with Rev.! the Antioch Baptist Church Church today at 3 p.m. at Ro- has been set for today at 5
'
The Vacation Bible School ROCHELLE NEWS Band will meet at the Bell Nur- ing from $1800 to $200 have Hody, pastor, on Monday at 8 today at 3 pjn. cheUe. .pjn. at the Shady Grove Primitive -
has begun at the Mt. Carmel The regular meeting of the sery School on Monday_ at 4:30 been offered Gibbs Junior Col- Rev. Mr. Haile's friends are i All interested persons are in Baptist Church.

Baptist, Church from Monday St. Paul Memorial Cemetery p.m lege's 1964 graduates who have pjn.The public is invited. I invited to hear him. vited. I The public is invited.4A .
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More About egates to represent him. The rival Ii II i
Leap Doesn't Shift slate lost in the primary.Mrs. I I I

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; ', P .Dorothy Hunnicut of Tallahassee -!
i Voice said she would not vote'
for Scranton under any condi;
Fla. OPEN TODAY!
DelegationMIAMI tion. "He is more liberal than:

From Page 4A explained."I the Southern. people want," she

(APPennsylvania 25 delegates were personally
per, mill, a wood-preserving contained several mistakes thought Scranton was a,
pledged to the Arizona senator
Gov. William Scranotn's
plant or a rotten egg. which should be correct leap candidate all along," said Mrs.
and others
at least four an-
The drug industry has no into Republican presidential pol-
Clara Fouse of Miami. She said
ed.First nounced they would vote for him
end of deodorants but none Mrs. Norwood Phelps, itics Friday apparently had little at the convention.He she was unpledged and would
to "de-skunk" the smoker who was the principal speaker effect on Florida's GOP conven- remain that way.
or even a spray to exterminate termed Scranton's elev- 1
of the evening, is Florida
him. tion delegates. The majority of enth-hour bid "obviously an effort At least one delegate was
State President of the AAUN, ,
How about one? not an employee of Florida them remained unswervingly in to secure the nomination.But pleased by Scranton's announce-
JOHN W. HASTINGS State University. Second, the the camp of Sen. Barry Gold if he had any real interestin ment. Mrs. Janet Showalter of 1aua
AAUN, which has over 50 local water. it he should have shown it Vero Beach said, "I'm happy to !
Corrects Facts chapters, will merge with by giving the people a chance to see the convention isn't going to
I the United States Committeefor The Associated Press contacted vote for him." be a one-man show," she said. ;TYo ,

On UN the United Nations, which 20 of the 34 delegates and.allof GOP state chairman Tom In a previous poll 18 delegates DISCOUNT
i Story has 135 national organizationsas these said they had not'Brown of Tampa said as-far as stood for Goldwater and 16 said

j EDITOR, Sun: Thank you members, to form the changed their positions. Seven'he was concerned the delegation they were unpledged.
: for your news release on June United Nations Association of of the 20 are committed to Gold- would decide what was best for Some of the delegates favor-
: 2 on the recent election of officers the United States (UNA of water; five of 13 unpledged Florida after it got to the con- ing Goldwater are publicly uncommitted -
by the Gainesville USA). Thank.you. delegates Goldwater.A .said they favored vention. however, either on
Chapter of the American Association JOHN PENROD Goldwater angered Brown be- theoretical grounds or because
i for the United Na Public Relations Committee co-head of the slate, Miami fore the May.primary by choos- they are rankled by his rejec-
tions. The article, however, Gainesville AAUN millionaire William Pawley, said ing a rival slate of pledged del tion of the party slate.



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6A Gainesville Sun Sunday June 14, 1964 .. .

., i The. home of Lamar Nelson,

Police Fire 921 NE 19th Ter. Three dozen
Report
"a 4U3USrnESS.DEPORT I towels and a clock reported

.' missing, value $80.
Accident Roundup Place, at SW 13th St., and, 9th James C. Milliken, 4037 NW The Cameron Auto Salvage,

Vr Road, at 11:02 a.m. yesterday. 13th Ave., and John M. Carter, Archer Road. Auto parts reported -
REVIEW Involved in accidents reported -
> by the Gainesville Police Charles M. Shepherd ,1431 :NE 411 NW 14th St., at W. Univ. missing.

J department and Alachua County -17th Ave., and' J. P. Leitner, Ave. and 13th St. at 2:02: p.m. Teuton's Auto Repairs, Grove
-
Sheriff's office in the past 36 Micanopy, at W. Univ. Ave. Friday. Park. A tire and wheel reported
and 3rd St. at 10:50: a.m. yes- Alan E. Wright, 1742 NW 3rd missing.
Wall Street 1 State FarmLand hours were: terday. Place, and Alene S. Markham,

Uncertainty on Owen Cassels Jr., Lochloosa, Harold Dillinger, 1414.D SW 1806 NE 9th St., at NW 18th Fire Calls
about one mile north of Cross and 3rd Place at 1:21 trash
Value 18th Place, and J. L. Boyles, St. p.m. At 11:08 p.m. Friday,
Creek on SR 235 6:30: p.m. Fri- Friday. fire at 300 NW 32nd St.
1407 NW 4th St., at W. Univ.
Investors 'Take Yer Choice'I day. Ave. and 6th St. at 1:05: ajn. Pearlie C. Hill, Old Town, At 5:52 pjn. Friday, auto in

., In Big JumpJACKSONVILLE Dorothy Ross, Palatka, and yesterday. and Billy L. Walker, Cason's 1300 block of NE 4th Ave.
Trailer Park, at N. Main St. Friday, trash
11:16
Jonnue L. James, 615 NW 6th Donald A. Grooms, 1423 NW At pjn.
2frm ffork Stern average back to the critical Sperry Rand, which lost (AP) The 8th St., and William Felder, 217 and 1st Ave. at 11:25 ajn. Fri fire in 300 NW 32nd St.

By THOMAS E. 808-810 test area at 809.39. The 1 point; RCA, up %; Chrysler, market value of farm land in! NW 19th Lane, at 11:55 pjn. day. At 8:14: a.m. yesterday, tree

Financial_ MULLANEY. Times combined average gained up %, and Curtis Publishing, Florida moved up 10 per cent Germans Launch Friday at 500 NW 29th Ave. Breaking and EnteringThe afire at 719 E. Univ. Ave.

2.06 points and closed at up 1%. l last year, compared with,a na- following attempted or At 12:05: p.m. yesterday, hot
L.
Raymond Cooper, Land 0'
NEW YORK flex 1st
ible. Watch for-buying"Keep 476.35. American Telephone and tional increase of 6 per cent, 1st IFreighter Lakes, and Theotokis M. Sa- successful break-ins: reported in water heater at 1814 NW

tunities." oppor After last week's cautious reversal -Telegraph, tenth most activeon the State Chamber of Commerce marko, Tarpon Springs, at SE the past 24 hours were: Ave. -
of the downtrend, the sale of shares reports in its weekly Business ,
122,400 7th Ave. and Rt. 331 at -------
That's the advice Wall Street was widely raised:
question drew considerable attention as Review. 10:45'1
Friday.
analysts were dispensing to has the tide changed? Wall it slipped to a low for the year The gains in value per acre KIEL, Germany (AP) Ger- p.m. I INCREDIBLE!
Earl B. Palmore 913 NE 25th1St.
brokerage clients last week as Street opinion is divided at the of farm land based index ,
at 133%. It ended at 134%, are on many launched Saturday West-
the ., and Tommy D. Martini, 929
I stock market endured an- ;
moment. numbers with the 1957-59
down 2Vi for the aver first nuclear-pow.
week. Europe's
ern
other week of uncertainty. Some feel that last week's 100. NE 7th Ave., at W. Univ. Ave.: Electric Add, Subtract
representing the 15,000tonOtto
ered
offered false The market's total volume age freighter, and :34th St. at 10:03: p.m. Fri-;, and Multiply on the
Under the cir rally encourage- In November 1962, Florida'sfarm Hahn. I
cumstances it ment and that further test of averaged around 4 million I day. |I SMITHCORONAFigureitalic
land value index stoodat
The ship, designed to carry
was not surprisWeek the support levels are in store. shares daily, the slowest five- 147. By March 1963 it had I ore, will be third of the kind in Lavina T. Thomas, Rt. 3, and
week since last I
day August. I
ing that most Others take the view that the moved up to 152; then went to the world when completed. The the parked auto of Olive T.

investors'' continued in market's quick rebound above While uncertainty prevailsover 158 in July and 161 in Novem- United States has a nuclear- Packard, 3622 NW 41st Lane,! .
apathe- 800 in the Dow Jones indus- the market's near-term freighter the Savannah -! at 5:10 pjn. Friday. I Ii far t1I
powered ,
tic. Nevertheusme5S trial average was a good out-look, there is considerable ber.This November 1963 index and the Soviet Union has : The parked auto of Virginia. less $9000 ;i

less the mar- omen. optimism over lang-term pros- placed Florida way ahead of one called the Lenin that is :H. White, 2411 NE 11th St., hit I than-

ket managed to The optimistic viewpoint 'pects. any other state in the nation. being used as an icebreaker.The by an unknown driver in a I

muster enough strength in sev- might have won wider accep- This confident attitude stems The national average was 128. German ship is 562 feet parking lot in the 100 block of SEE IT AT- ,

eral key issues to generate a tance if the upturn had been both from the absence of any I AU types of land within farmsare long and 80 feet wide. She will N. Main St. at 4:22: p.m. Friday.I HANCOCK

mild rally. more vigorous from the twin speculative excesses and from included in the values, have a top speed of 16 knots. Harriet Hilliard, Bradenton,I

When the popular averagesfell standpoints of price gains and the expectation that business whether bearing crops or idle. Installation of the reactor, and William A. Wrigg, (pedes-I I TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE

through recognized support trading volume. But both were later in the year will stack No urban land is included but which will power her, is to beginin trian) 1209 W. Univ. Ave. and 431 N. MAIN STREET FR 6-5551
areas the week before (down extremely'modest.. new gains atop those already the growth of city and suburban 1965. 12th St. at 2:29 p.m. Friday. i
14.53 in the Dow Jones indus- Stocks that gained on the
achieved the
I during economy'sexpansionary areas affects the value of I The ship bears the name of
trials and 8.14 in the New outnumbered those that _
week
cycle, now 40 farm land indirectly by strengthening Dr. Otto Hahn, 85, Nobel Prize
York Times average of 50 declined, 759 to 589, while the months old.Evidence. total demand.InSl1rancelnen. I winner, who in 1938 discoveredthat ,
stocks) a severe sell-off was list of most active issues
of economic health uranium could be split.
feared. That it failed to materialize showed 14 advancing and 6
abounds everywhere. The ris-
was a source of con- declining. ing trend of industrial produc- POOL OWNERS
siderable consolation to thoseof Again speculative interest Czechs Gain :
tion, employment and gross national At World's Fair ,
bullish bent. pushed Texas Gulf Sulphur to product was joined ,

The net advance last week the top of the active list, with last month by substantial gainsin Area representatives of In- More Voice SAVE $1.00 ON

was 3.36 points in the well- turnover of 1,504,600 shares. It retail sales, which had dependent Life and Accident
watched Dow Jones indus- eased 1% to 48%. made plodding progress in Insurance Co. agencies in the VIENNA, Austria (AP) FAMILY HEALTH PROTECTIONTear
trials. This brought the The next four on the list About nine million Czechoslovakians
earlier months this Gainesville region will be at
year. out this ad and take it to a dealer listed .
., .1 Even now, after the market's the World's Fair Monday for are expected to vote in below for a $1.00 saving on PITTCHLOR* or
Cc) New York Time spectacular six month "Independent Life Day." national elections Sunday, PITTABS dry chlorine (calcium hypochlorite) 1$TftH
NEW YORK TIMES'MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 12 rise, price-earnings ratios for More than 1,400 officers, rep- spurred by their Communist re sanitizers. Get fast-acting protection against KwjfnUUKbacteria
High Low Close Net Chg. stocks that the resentatives and their families gime's promise of more democ- and algae in pool water. Coupon good ; 'Q, a+>kla eui
comprise key '
for $1.00 saving on 100-lb. drum, 25-lb. pail "t*
in Parliament.
25 Rails 142.39 141.09 141.92 up .15 market will attend, including Mr. and racy
averages are no higher or 45-lb. case. PITTCHLOR granular and PIT- -i
25 Industrials 815.70 808.27 810.79 off 2.13 than they were a year ago. Mrs. H. A. McDonald, J. I. Will- Under a new reform of par- TABS tablets are products of Pittsburgh Plate
50 Stocks 479.04 474.68 476.35 off .99 iford, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. At- liamentary rules, the National Glass Company Chemical Division, Pittsburgh,
The most encouraging econ- well, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Pheil, Assembly. can exercise real di- Pennsylvania: 15222. ....."
omic developments last week Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ladd and rection over the activities of Free with purchase...Debbie Drake's
emanated from Washington, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.- Lott. McDonald representative bodies, particu- "SWIMMING FOR FUN&HEALTH" fE,
FLASHESNEW where government agencies booklet. !:-
lI and Williford are dis- larly local authorities.The
T reported a step-up in inventory trict managers in this area. 300-member assembly has .
building by business concerns The visit to the fair is part of been used by the regime until Ii. ," Don MacCletlan Company

YORK (AP)The stock ly since then. Monday the Dow during April, a strong retail the firm's annual sales seminar now to put the seal of approvalon 1315 N.W. Fourth

market last week stemmed a sank to 800.31-just above the sales performance by American at me' Americana Hotel in ready-made government ac- --- Swim Queen Pools
retreat from the historic high of "magic 800" level which it business during May anda New York next week. tions.
1l I 1 May 7 by making its first ad- topped amid great fanfare on big bulge in planned corporate 413 N.W. 12th

vance in four weeks. Feb. 28. This time, the 800 line capital spending for this PPG Store

The recovery was on the proved to be a kind of support year.A the Pierce Wulbern Murphey 724 N. Main
lightest volume since the week level from which prices re- Commerce Department! ,
ended Last Aug. 10 when 18:,- bounded. Corp.
survey of 1,200 large manufacturing
33V2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 376-1291
042,010 shares were traded. The market rebounded sharply corporations found that mtnrtitf Mtmtt.tM4 E ,
Last week's total was 20,158,810 although on low volume, they expect a 2 per cent gainin Members New York Stock Exchange

shares. Tuesday, Wednesday and sales over the last quarterand Robert W. Kuhn Harry S. Myles
Analysts considered the recovery -Thursday. A mild and irregular a further gain of 2
per
mainly technical. The decline ended the trading week 1, '.'
cent in the next three months.
week brought a full quota of Friday. -/ { .
All figures would set new re-
good news and there was some The low volume reflected
cords.
opinion linking market action lack of enthusiasm and there
with the jockeying of Republican were plenty of analysts who The capital-spending plans
presidential hopefuls. The predicted that the average and the retail sales reportswere

three previous weeks of de- would sink toward 800 in the even more salutary.

cline, however, also had plentyof Dow again. If prices weatheredthe

good news and stock prices test, then the next upside Animal Sale
still fell. move might have a greater following -

The Associated Press aver they said. PASCO, Wash. (AP) Black
age of 60 stocks advanced 2.4 Of 1,512 issues traded last bears went for $1 apiece and an : d #
to 304.0, the sharpest rise since week, 759 rose and 589 fell. African lion was sold for $52. +
.: 3.4, the week ending May 9. The Associated Press aver.
I The lion's price the high
The Dow Jones industrial average -age of 60 corporate bonds trad- was
est received when the animals
advanced 3.36. to 809.39. ed on the New York Stock Exchange .
from the Chiawana Zoo v:1' % 'ff. {
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auctioned off Friday. ,.:: rn{'.,a,3 'v i:'.i {
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high of 830.17 on May 7. The value from $55,449,000 a they no longer could afford -

market worked down irregular'n.'o'o week earlier. to operate the zoo. ;; ;

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Lewis and Eloise Waits, representatives ments and door prizes. is progressing here. /
at Gainesville for Land clearing for the Kings
:amM a e w'r; vxirn.rrs.r s=a !, ,
United Farm Agency, were Renovation of Mac's House, FoodHost, a chain owned by : {? ,"war.UTII oxnii.mr.n.IIMD n'II Ani.
; II given special recognition by formerly the Sandwich Park, Larry C. Price and Jim Careyof

: their company in May for out. 520 SW 2nd Ave., is under way Lincoln, Neb., was started
; standing salesmanship in competition and a new dining facility is recently at 1430 SW 13th St.,
i with more than 360 scheduled to open there later located between 14th and 15th
;; local United representatives this month. Avenues, just south of the rail-

; from coast to coast. Byron Winn, owner of the road overpass.

t They became the United rep- Primrose Inn, said he will reopen Clayton Crenshaw, Gainesville

resentatives at Gainesville in the establishment as the construction foreman, Fl' Y
June, 1960.SouthCentral. Winnjammer Restaurant within said a September 1 opening

the next three weeks, complete date has been set by contractor U64WA

.',. Airlines has with package store, bar, C. W. Roberts, of Denver,
announced a special $7 cut for cocktail lounge and steak Colo. The newest idea in family financing
students in the roundtrip fare room. The facility will serve food Your bestcombination

costs between Gainesville and "We plan to have the package cafeteria-style, Crenshaw said, of

Jacksonville.P. portion of the building and curb service will be SAFETY
H. Wilbourne, vice presi- opened by the end of next available in the rear. The Many families have two savings accounts PROFIT,

dent of Traffic, said 75 per week," Winn said, "and the foreman also said a cocktail CONVENIENCEFirst
for small vacations furniture
(
cent will be slashed from the other sections will be finishedat lounge is proposed.Two one goals ,

return fare cost of a roundtrip least by July 1." down payments) ; another for big goals
ticket. Winn added that plans can Gainesville laundries
\ The offer is effective*June 20 for parking facilities for 60 will be represented next week- (security, a home, education). More families

I and is open to University of cars, and the steak room will end at the Florida Institute of (* of the cltyQ I) save at Gainesville's largest 1 federalsavings
FJorida students, Wilbournelaid. be equipped initially to seat Laundering and Cleaning convention -

35. In Orlando. association where their money is Federal ..: '!f"
"The Primrose will continueto Mr. and Mrs. William C. & loan associationof
The B & G Motor Company. operate," Winn commented, Smith of S and S Cleaners and agency insured. Free parking at both offices

adillac and. Oldsmobile deal- "but not in competition with Fred Cone' of Ideal Laundrywill free save-by-mail plan. !at Gainesville
ir here, has moved from 115 the new facility.*, be among the 300 membersof Y ....7W MEMlEti ORAL SAYINGS LOAN JNSUIANd c OROU noN
I.E. 2nd St. to a steel and Remodeling costs and new the institute expected at the OIUII..U I'Y'lEd' I fCSEIAl MOMS LOAN lANK SYSTEM,

lass pavilion at 2001 N. W.3th equipment will be $10.000 to Cherry Plaza Hotel June 1921. .. 249 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 3RD. N. W. 13TH ST. AND 4TH AVE. fl 4.7331
St. (U. S. 441)). $12,000, he said.Preparations Workshop and clinic topics '
The company plans a three- include new laundering and ; i ,.i .ii.L
lay formal grand openingrhursday for construction cleaning equipment, textiledevelopment 'i;;' : 'L ::
l Friday and Satur of anew: $65,000 eating facility, maintenance silk -- -

day, June 18-20, featuring ana one of a national chain and finishing, spot removing'" and by an agency of the U. S. Government .

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6A Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 14, 1964 : ."

: .
r The home of Lamar Nelson,
Police Fire 921 NE -19th Ter. Three dozen

BUSINESS MARKET I Report towels and a clock reported

missing, value $80.
j REPORTi -r-- Accident Roundup Place, at SW 13th St., and 9th ,James C. Milliken, 4037 NW The Cameron Auto Salvage,

REVIEW V Involved in accidents reported -Road, at 11:02: ajn. yesterday. 13th Ave., and John M. Carter, Archer Road. Auto parts reported

by the Gainesville Police Charles M. Shepherd ,1431 NE 411 NW 14th St., at W. Univ. missing.

Department' Alachua County 17th Ave., and' J. P. Leitner, Ave. and 13th St. at 2:02 p.m. Teuton's Auto Repairs, Grove

Sheriff's office in the past 36 Micanopy, at W. Univ. Ave. Friday. Park. A tire and wheel reported
and 3rd St. at 10:50: a.m. yes- Alan E. Wright, 1742 NW 3rd missing.
State Farm hours were:
Wall Street I terday. Place, and Alene S. Markham,
Uncertainty on Owen Cassels Jr., Lochloosa, Harold Dillinger, 1414-D SW 1806 NE 9th St., at NW 18th Fire Calls 1

Land ValueIn about one mile north of Cross 18th Place, and J. L. Boyles, St. and 3rd Place at 1:21 p.m. At 11:08 pan. Friday, trash
Creek on SR 235 6:30 p.m. Fri- 1407 NW 4th St., at W. Univ. Friday. fire at 300 NW 32nd St. 1

[I Investors 'Take Yer Choice' day. Ave. and 6th St. at 1:05 aon. Pearlie C. Hill, Old Town, At 5:52: pm. Friday, auto in

Big JumpJACKSONVILLE Dorothy Ross, Palatka, and yesterday. and Billy L. Walker, Cason's 1300 block of NE 4th Ave. j
.. I
Trailer Park, at N. Main St. Friday, trash
11:16
Jonnue L. James, 615 NW 6th Donald A. Grooms, 1423 NW At pjn.
Sfrm Dark Simra average back to the critical I were Sperry Rand, which lost (AP) The 8th St., and William Felder, 217 and 1st Ave. at 11:25 a.m. Fri- fire in 300 NW 32nd St. I

By THOMAs E. MULLANEY 808-810 test area at 809.39. The 1 point; RCA, up %; Chrysler, market value of farm land in NW 19th Lane, at 11:55: p.m. day. At 8:14: a.m. yesterday, tree
Financial Editor Times combined average gain up %, and Curtis Publishing, Florida moved up 10 per cent Germans Launch1st Friday at 500 NW 29th Ave. Breaking and EnteringThe afire at 719 E. Univ. Ave.
ed 2.06 points and closed at up 1%. last year, compared with ,a national following attempted or At 12:05 p.m. yesterday, hot
Raymond L. Cooper, Land 0'
NEW YORK flex
1st
"Keep 476.35. increase of 6 cent Nuclear in water heater at 1814 NW
ible. Watch for American Telephone and per Lakes, and Theotokis M. Sa- successful break-ins reported
tunities." buying oppor- After last week's cautious reversal -Telegraph, tenth most activeon the State Chamber of Commerce marko, Tarpon Springs, at SE the past 24 hours were: Ave. __
of the downtrend, the sale of 122,400 shares, reports in its ,weekly Business Freighter 7th Ave. and Rt. 331 at 10:45" .
That's the advice Wall Street question was widely raised: drew considerable attention as Review. ;1
Friday.
analysts were dispensing to has the tide changed? Wall it slipped to a low for the yearat The gains in value per' acre KIEL, Germany (AP) Ger- p.m.Earl B. Palmore, 913 NE 25th''!' !INCREDEBLE!
brokerage clients last week
as divided at the
Street opinion is 133%. It ended at 134V4, of farm land are based on index many launched Saturday West-
the St., and Tommy D. Martini, 929 ,
I stock market endured
an-
moment. down 2Vi for the week. numbers with the 1957.59 aver- ern Europe's first nuclearpowered ,'
other week of uncertainty. Some feel that last week's 100. NE 7th Ave., at W. Univ. Ave. Electric Add Subtract
the
representing 15,000tonOtto
The market's total volume age freighter, and 34th St. at 10:03: p.m. Fri- and Multiply on the
Under the cir- rally offered false encourage- In November 1962, Florida's Hahn. ,
cumstances it and that further test of averaged around 4 million day. I I SMITHCORONAFigurenmtic
ment farm land value index stoodat
to t
The designed
ship
carryore
was not surprisWeek the support levels are in store. shares daily, the slowest five- 147. By :March 1963 it had will be third of the kind in Lavina T. Thomas, Rt. 3, and Ecma.. -
week since last '
ing that most Others take the view that the day August. moved up to 152; then went to the world when completed. The the parked auto of Olive T.:
investors' continued in market's quick rebound above While uncertainty prevailsover 158 in July and 161 in Novem- United States has a nuclear- Packard, 3622 NW 41st Lane,:
apathe- Business 800. in- the Dow Jones indus- the market's near-term !powered freighter, the Savan- at 5:10 pjn. Friday. far A
tic. Nevertheless trial average was a good out-look, there is considerable ber.This November 1963 index nah, and the Soviet Union has The parked auto of VirginiaH. I less $9000 1

the mar- omen. optimism over long-term pros- placed Florida way ahead of one called the Lenin that is White, 2411 NE 11th St., hit I than _
ket managed to The optimistic viewpoint pects.This. any other state in the nation. ;being used as an icebreaker.The by an unknown driver in a:
muster enough strength in several might have won wider accep- confident attitude stems The national average was 128. German ship is 562 feet parking lot in the 100 block of 1 SEE IT
key issues to generate a tance if the upturn -had been both from the absence of any All types of land within farmsare long and 80 feet wide. She will N. :Main St. at 4:22 p.m. Friday.! ATHANCOCK

mild rally. more vigorous from the twin,speculative excesses and from included in the values, have a top speed of 16 knots. Harriet Hilliard, Bradenton,!
When the popular averages standpoints of price gains and the expectation that business whether bearing crops or idle. Installation of the reactor, and William A. Wrigg, (pedes! TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
fell through recognized support trading volume. But both were Later in the year will stack No urban land is included but which will power her, is to beginin trian) 1209 W. Univ. Ave. and 431 N. MAIN STREET FR 6-5551
areas the week before (down extremely modest. new gains atop those already the growth of city and subur- 1965. 12th St. at 2:29: p.m. Friday. I
14.53 in the Dow Jones indus- the -- ------ --
Stocks that gained on -
achieved during the economy'sexpansionary I ban areas affects the value of The ship bears the name of
trials and 8.14 in the New week outnumbered those that cycle, now 40 farm land indirectly -
by strengthening -Dr. Otto Hahn, 85, Nobel Prize ---
York Times of 50 declined 759 to 589, while the
average months old.Evidence. total demand.InSl1rancelnen. winner, who in 1938 discoveredthat ,
stocks) a severe sell-off was list of most active issues I
of economic health uranium could be split.
feared. That it failed to ma- showed 14 advancing and 6
abounds The ris-
everywhere.
terialize was a source of con- declining. !. ing trend of industrial produc- POOL OWNERS
siderable consolation to thoseof Again speculative interest tion, employment and gross national At World's Fair Czechs Gain :
bullish bent. pushed Texas Gulf Sulphur to
product was joined
The net advance last week the top of the active list, with last month by substantial gainsin Area representatives of In- More Voice SAVE 1.00 ON
was 3.36 points in the well- turnover of 1,504,600 shares. It retail sales, which had dependent Life'and Accident
watched Dow Jones indus- eased 1% to 48',&. made plodding progress in Insurance Co. agencies in the VIENNA, Austria (AP) FAMILY HEALTH PROTECTION 4a:... .
trials. This brought the The next four on the list About nine million Czechoslovakians '
earlier months this Gainesville region will be at
year. Tear out this ad and take it to a dealer listed
L Even now, after the market's the World's Fair Monday for are expected to vote in below for a $1.00 saving on PITTCHLOR or
(c) New York Times spectacular six month "Independent Life Day." national elections Sunday, PITTABS dry chlorine (calcium hypochlorite)
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 12 rise, price-earnings ratios for More than 1,400 officers, rep- spurred by their Communist re sanitizers. Get fast-acting protection against k wr .
High Low Close Net Chg. resentatives and their families gime's promise of more democ- bacteria and algae in pool water. Coupon good Iw
stocks that the
comprise key
for 100-b.! 25-lb. .
in Parliament. $1.00 saving on drum pail
25 Rails 142.39 141.09 141.92 up .15 market will attend, including Mr. and racy "
averages are no higher or 45-lb. case. PITTCHLOR granular and PIT- -
25 Industrials 815.70 808.27 810.79 off 2.13 Mrs. H. A. McDonald, J. I. Will- Under a new reform of par-
TABS tablets of
Plate
than they were a year ago. are products Pittsburgh
50 Stocks 479.04 474.68 476.35 off .99 iford, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. At- liamentary rules, the National Glass Company, Chemical Division, Pittsburgh
The most encouraging econ- well, Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Pheil, Assembly. can exercise real di- Pennsylvania 15222.

omic developments last week Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ladd and rection over the activities of Fn with purchase..DebbIe Drake's ;f..tt" >,.*
STOCKMARKET emanated from Washington, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lott. Mc- representative bodies, particu- "SWIMMING FOR FUN&HeALTH" ff
FLASHESNEW where government agencies Donald and Williford are dis- larly local authorities.The booklet. '-

reported a step-up in inventory trict managers in this area. 300-member assembly has 10'
building by business concerns The visit to the fair is part of been used by the regime until '-', Don MacClellan Company
YORK (AP-The stock ly since then. Monday the Dow during April, a strong retail the firm's annual sales seminar now to put the seal of approvalon s 1315 N.W. Fourth
market last week stemmed a sank to 800.31-just above the sales American -
performance by at Americana Hotel in ready-made government ac -- Swim Queen Pools
retreat from the historic high of "magic 800" level which it business during May anda New York next week. tions. r
413 N.W. 12th
j May 7 by making its first ad- topped amid great fanfare on big bulge in planned corpor-
vance in four weeks. Feb. 28. This time, the 800 line ate capital spending for this l PPG Store

I The recovery was on the proved to be a kind of support year.A Pierce Wulbern Murphey33V2 { 724 N. Main
lightest volume since the week level from which prices re Commerce Department t
ended Last Aug. 10 when IC,- bounded.
of manufac-
survey 1,200 large
N. MAIN ST. PHONE 376-1291
042,010 shares were traded. The market rebounded sharply turing corporations found that mt Rptm Mim tuui 4 i : I IV InN
Last week's total was 20,158,810 although on low volume, they expect a 2 per cent gainin Members New York Stock Exchange
shares. Tuesday, Wednesday and sales over the last quarterand Robert W. Kuhn Harry S. Myles
Analysts considered the recovery -Thursday. A mild and irregular a further gain of 2 per
mainly technical. The decline ended the trading week 1, .4
cent in the next three months.All .
week brought a full quota of Friday.
figures would set new re-
good news and there was some The low volume reflected
opinion linking market action lack of enthusiasm and there cords.
with the jockeying of Republican were plenty of analysts who The capital-spending plans
presidential hopefuls. The predicted that the average and the retail sales reports ::4 1a:
three previous weeks of de- would sink toward 800 in the were even more salutary. :

cline, however, also had plentyof Dow again. If prices weatheredthe
good news and stock prices test, then the next upside Animal Sale Yrf
still fell. move might have a greater following :i

The Associated Press aver- they said. PASCO, Wash. (AP) Black
age of 60 stocks advanced 2.4 Of 1,512 issues traded last bears went for $1 apiece and an frt
to 304.0, the sharpest rise since week, 759 rose and 589 fell. African lion was sold for $52.
3.4, the week ending May 9. The Associated Press aver.
The Dow Jones industrial average -age of 60 corporate bonds trad- The lion's price was the high- %
est received when the animals,
advanced 3.36 to 809.39. ed on the New York Stock Ex- h is : hers
from the Chiawana Zoo were
Wall Street chartists linked change registered a tiny over \
auctioned off
much of the market's performance all gain in fairly active trad Friday. $
to the action of the Dow ing. Donated by area residents,
Jones industrial average. This Corporate volume on the exchange -the animals were ordered sold
reached an historic closing dipped to $50,003,000par when county commissioners decided ; qw
high of 830.17 on May 7. The value from $55,449,000 a they no longer could af-
market worked down irregular- week earlier. I ford to operate the zoo.

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Lewis and Eloise Waits, representatives ments and door! prizes. is progressing here. v5 _
at Gainesville for Land clearing for the Kings
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I I United Farm Agency, were Renovation of Mac's House, FoodHost, a chain owned by : .y S'S.; 9 ?3' u...Warr.UTII ft.AND aIB.vR : r.w.lrta rc..ac aTe i1' l,a" G '
1 given special recognition by formerly the Sandwich Park, Larry C. Price and Jim Careyof SH
their company in May for outstanding 520 SW 2nd Ave., is under way Lincoln, Neb., was started
t salesmanship in competition and a new dining facility is recently at 1430 SW 13th St., 4
r with more than 360 scheduled to open there later located between 14th and 15th
i local United representatives this month. Avenues, just south of the rail-
J from coast to coast. Byron Winn, owner of the road overpass.
i They became the United rep- Primrose Inn, said he will re- Clayton Crenshaw, Gaines-

resentatives at Gainesville in open the establishment as the, ville construction foreman, R-- ,;
June, 1960.SouthCentral. Winnjammer Restaurant with- said a September 1 opening' S y/f :

in the next three weeks, com-: date has been set by contractor 5 CIJ64W'''
Airlines hast plete with package store, bar, C. W. Roberts, of Denver,
t announced a special $7 cut for cocktail lounge and steak Colo. The newest idea in family financing
students in the roundtrip fare room. The facility will serve food Your bestcombination

costs between Gainesville and "We plan to have the pack- cafeteria-style, Crenshaw said, of
Jacksonville.P. age portion of the building and curb service will be SAFETY
H. Wilbourne, .vice president -opened by the end of next available in the rear. Tw Many families have two savings accounts: t**-'* PROFr---:,

of Traffic, said 75 per week," Winn said, "and the foreman also said a cocktail CONVENIENCEFirst
vacations furniture
one for small goals (
cent will be slashed from the other sections will be finishedat lounge is proposed.Two ,
return fare cost of a roundtrip least by July 1." down payments) ; another for big goals
ticket Winn added that plans call Gainesville laundries
\ The offer is effective 20;() for parking facilities, for 60 will be represented next weekend (security, a home, education). More families

and ,is open to University of cars, and 'the steak room will at the Florida Institute of (}4 of the City!) save at Gainesville's largest G -I federal
Florida students, Wilbourne be equipped initially to seat Laundering and Cleaning convention !
I laid. 35. in Orlando.Mr. association where their money is Federal : : '. I
"The Primrose will continueto and Mrs. William C. savings & loan association
The B &: G Motor Company. operate," Winn commented, Smith of S and S Cleaners and agency insured. Free parking at both offices

Cadillac and. Oldsmobile dealer "but not in competition with Fred Cone of Ideal Laundrywill free save-by-mail plan. .. ..!.It of Gainesville
here, has moved from 115 the new facility." be among the 300 membersof "';j JW4IEL KCEIAI SAYINGS lOAN INSUUNCJ> COUOUTION
I.E. 2nd St. to a steel and Remodeling costs and new the institute expected at the alien A...H inrtitn; flORAL HOMZ LOAN RANK JTJTIM

Class pavilion at 2001 N. W. equipment will be $10.000 to Cherry o Plaza Hotel June 19-21. 249W. UNIVERSITY AYE. AT 3RD N. W. 13tH ST. AND oTH AYE. fi 6.7331
3th St. (U. S. 441)). $12,000, he said.Preparations Workshop and clinic topics ; -
The plans a three- include and ',0. \Ji } -.
company : new laundering : "i : _
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June 18-20, featuring an one of a national chain and finishing, spot removing" and by an agency of the U. S. Government <' :"
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By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE time Is so limited that all the Home would-cut off the intro- portant: ture of legislative service." possible which Is the art of II A REVERE _

house Retiring people cannot be heard. duction of new bills "so there "Annual sessions would, I Mallory Home is a 39-year- government. Already, since I..

Horne frets Speaker about Mallory the lack E.of "Now, all this is perfectly wouldn't" be a never-ending rat fear, produce 'professional leg-. old Tallahassee lawyer. Home "retirement," he has servedas Ii AUTOMATIC TAPE

time for thoughtful lawmak- understandable by the peoplein race. islators,' those who are very gave up Leon's seat he occu- state campaign manager I, BACK UNITUP
L ing. regular attendance upon the Those two or three additional wealthy or those to whom the pied and did not seek reelection for State Treasurer J. Edwin : PLAY
sessions of the Legislature. weeks could be devoted to salary would look big. I think because of a compact by Larson, an easy chore since
In I
that, Home is not alone.
FA But Nothing has happened that's some further committee studyof the Legislature needs the judg which a number of represent Larson's opponent did not ma- TO 20 HOURS OF
t > Home does have
; ly other than the a reme-, irregular. But, I suspect, the bills already received but ment of men and women atives from two-member coun- terialize, and county managerfor Ii CONTINOUS MUSICCOUCH'S
if common one fact is that all this is hard for mainly to five or six hours a earning their livelihood ties tried to help end Flo- U. S. Senator Spessard L. ij
1 "f?' going' sessions from every-other-year to annual ses-i the public to understand, and day of floor consideration of through the professions, the rida's 20-year turmoil over leg Holland. I Iurll 608 N.MAIN .
y that's bad." measures on the calendar. trades, the occupations.This islative apportionment by "
ons. be frank with you, ST.
""The FloridaLegislature Speaker Home favors a two Since the working force brings a cross-section of know keeping one representative for confesses Home, "I already !
4 is or three week extension of the would have already been re ledge which, I feel, has been every county while giving the miss it., The impact really hit!' CAINESVILLE'S LARGEST DISPLAYOF

really at.the present 60-day( everyotheryear cruited, adding weeks also most helpful. big counties more members. me at the time of qualifying.' REVERE & WOLLENSAKTAPE
Cracker break pointright regular session insteadof would be less costly than be "A two or three week exten- It is unlikely that Home will But I don't see any immediate j I
RECORDER
now," annual sessions which many ginning afresh every year. sion of the present session stay out of politics. He pos- way of remedying the .situa-|
;. Politics opines Home."Committees. advocate. And there's still another I would not destroy the part- sesses a natural feel for the tion. I'm just going to sit'I'
During the extended session, factor Home regards as im time, partly honorarious na science of bringing about the steady in the boat." I

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.at each session because the slacks
number of proposed laws increases Compact, elegan e I II
r cuts several other without a care they're I r = t efficient with nc

,f, undesirable ways, explains automatic a lock in sight

_,;;. Speaker"Lobbyists Home.have, of course, wash and wear I j THE For the COMMUTEr man who appreciates I -

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Dad The sid softer with Hush
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1 and Winston Churchill etched in ,w,, r'---' ,
acid their impatience with OOlID .{;

i I France's Charles de Gaulle. 4'a. 4 1 v t;'

L : Roosevelt complained that De- I
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Gaulle, then an aspiring French i ,
I leader in exile, saw himself asJa = L

messiah, and Churchill pictured a ta . . . .t i or ,ke1
i him in turn as a strutting
i no ironing s's
combination of Joan of Arc and I

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\ pot grow out of this country's r fiexi-belt 'n. /'
J. current troubled relations with IJl

President De Gaulle. It said it paJamas
was part of its program of releasing 9
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more old.CYPRUS wiv'i!
himself
The ministers guarantees a greatnight.s
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sleep night.They're
'of Turkey and Greece may I p every l
light against your AFTERSHAVE and COLOGNE specifically
travel to Washington .in a few l
3 skin and really cool. And
l weeks for separate talks with 1 1f the FLEXI I BELT waistband meant for men. Briskly invigorating each t

f President Johnson on the Cy' breathes with you... bottle will provide bracing fresheners for many a

i pros crisis. offers maximum freedom. morning. Both are handsomely contained in four
t I Undersecretary of State tk Come laundering time, Just ounce frosted bottles and elegantly gift boxed.
ti W. Ball, who returned I ,
George wash drip dry. These The Twin Pack $5.00.
i Thursday night, from a presiI Miracle Dacron & Cotton
I dential mission to the two countries Fabrics need little or no
45 The After-Shave $2.50
{ held open the prospect of $. Ironing. You IT 95 Individually,
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t the visits after a meeting with .. can't beat 'em. The Cologne $2.95

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INCOME The :
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from solid
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Bureau report revealed today. Fat her s Day '.:. Shop 10 A.M.-9 P.M.
And for the first time, families: :"
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in the above $10,000 '. income ONLY Gift Purchases :. Monday Saturday
group outnumbered those in the ..
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so-called poverty
President Johnson has said the $500 Beautifully ""
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Gainesville Sun Sunday June 14, 1954

II .,0' '\" I North Korea Militia Alert Is RevealedSEOUL


THIS IS t Korea (AP) Red The United Nations command encourage economic invest
,
I forces, poised north of the de- said "no comment" when in- meat.
militarized zone in divided Korea formed of Park's remarks in an Japan has promised $500 mil

began "significant military exclusive interview with The lion for South Korea once the
-
i I'I'i n.. r.: > moves" during the recent student -Associated Press on Friday.A two nations establish diplomatic
I( Our Town jr demonstrations in the south state of war still exists be- relations.

i ij it says President Chung Hee Park. tween North and South Korea Student demonstrators had
j'I aircraft and the Communists are believed charged that Park was sellingout
Yt "All enemy were
r j grounded as far back as May to have about 300,000 to the Japanese too cheaply.
I By JEAN CARVER I ,;, 25 and troop reinforcements troops north of the demilitarizedzone. Later they demanded that his
I 1 government leave office.
She wouldn't feel ing Time halfway." were brought up in some
probably
/ 17 Park said. areas"I I Park said there can be no solution Martial law and press censor.

much at home there now. And yet, the comfort and en- ; J s "We don't know for sure to the country's whopping ship, ordered in Seoul nine days

The home of the woman dearing qualities that she foundat ,./ .. whether meant to 2.5 million unemployment until ago, will be lifted "as soon as
they
whose name is as much a partof home in Cross Creek regroupfor "
are Park said.
... South Korea is stable enough to practicable
"
combat, or just prepared because
of the ,
Creek '
Cross as any now a result of state-owned ne- 1fliY .
cliche pairs-ham and grits, glect, not a homeowner'stractions. dis- -:: [ of the instability in South I
"
,
steak and potatoes, Laurel and / Korea.

Hardy, etc. doesn't look On Jan. 15, 1962, a Gainesville i ./ 7'1 ; C morlfJvss lOl
much like a home anymore. f
Sun story asked about the : 1A Space Dummy
You have to know it's Mar- future of the Rawlings home, I _
jorie Kinnan Rawlings' houseto < HOUSTON, TeL CAPA FOR

allocate the overgrown, ) : dummy with mechanical insidesto r- INSURANCE '

paint-peeled wooden house a now owned by the Universityof : 2. maintain human skin temper- 3 4 & BONDS

second glance. Florida actually, the stateof atures has been requested by
_
This was home, the "delib- Florida. / the Manned Spacecraft Center. 1109 N. Main St.
J isolation" that affected ,i / J
r erate so The mannequin would be used Phone 376-4582
the life of the woman who As recently as the first pri- ....,.- ...... with varying temperatures for
ranks as one of Florida's lead mary gubernatorial race, the ROSSANO C EMORY CROSS
the hands feet, head, chest, abdomen JOE
,
think that the shabbiness is part of its endearing quality.
ing literary figures that she question I Representing Leading Life, fin end Casualty Companies
back and buttocks.
shared her word pictures of a cating -Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings -- -- --- ----

land and people she loved with historic i

the world's readers. ])

How odd that a Marjorie Raw- Nikita Is CaughtIn .,
lings can do what numerous ted, he
chambers of commerce would steps to Ban On Q/l/at tdc/ t/

give their eye teeth to do for nate the

publicizing a town. How sad site. Visits Tightening Vise
that no chamber of commerce 1
the value of natural taper
has recognized don !
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(AP) Destruction '
I A
what Marjorie Rawlings did for during government is advo- By WILLIAM L. RYAN is good will and awareness of l

Cross Creek and Alachua Coun- Even Negro students AP Special CorrespondentNikita one's supreme duty to one's from head '.i, P

ty and do something to protect zation Americans visiting Khrushchev seems people, to the entire revolutionary .

a site unique to this area. see the of State De- about ready to admit that the movement. Our party will ,..: .
There is only one 'Cross lings Soviet-Chinese split is unbridgable constantly guide itself by this to shoe
\ Creek. The immortal "bend in from "
denouncing the in the foreseeable future, principle.
i a country road, by land, and Cross racist and that a splintered Commu It seems likely Moscow con- ,
govern- .
\, the flowing of Lochloosa Lake : "'
issued the four. nist world is inevitable. siders Red China effectively out- ,
by
into Orange Lake, by water,: .f
realize the United Khrushc h e v side the Soviet bloc of nations.
is ours, west of Island Grove
there
concedes The Soviet Izvestia
and south of Gainesville.This is the big- newspaper The natural look is a whole look
is
an estrange- recently quoted Marshal Chen
is-the land so loved by history and must Analysis:
meat not only Yi, Red China's foreign minis-
Mrs. Rawlings that it sparked 'Vbat The well proportioned sfacks with the
between the ter, as describing China as a
in the which
Pulitzer-prize creativity. You group Chinese and News "nonaligned country." Izvestia proper taper ore imperative whetheryou
don't find the words of "The by way of
:Means
Soviet Com- added that "politically speak-
Yearling" or "Cross Creek" on ( ) are Ne- prefer the plain or pleated front
munist parties, ing, this means Chen Yi no
billboards. But they are the mer but also between longer considers China part of styles. Regular, long and short rise.
of words remember."We New Yorker, Ed
kind you Glenn the Peking and Moscow the world socialist (Communist)
Hubbard, Kingsridge, Hart, Schaffner
have chosen a deliberate ly from himself as "
governments. camp.
isolation, and are enamored of to work leader and a Com- & Marx and Sansa-Belt brands.
Khrushchev leaves it up to The break has done enormous ,
"
it, Marjorie Rawlings wrotein around the Chinese whether there will
harm to the world Communist
"Atlantic Monthly" once. a statement de- From $9.95 to $22.50
be toward reconciliation.
Dr. a move movement, and Khrushchev
"Something about Cross Creek the have different rea- Displaying little hope thai seems to want to blame.
escape
suits us-or something about us medical to Cuba, but there will be, he virtually apolo
makes us cling to it contentedly in The Red Chinese accuse Khru-
our opposition gizes to the rest of the Commu-
still
and often in was shchev of going capitalist, of
lovingly, exas-
; efforts to
he nist world for the current stateof
"But
peration, through the vicissi-- States citizens catering to a Russian middle
affairs.
tudes that have driven others ter than class which thinks of comfort
to Cuba. Khrushchev's remarks inter- 11 ffr
I n
Berry and individual happiness before
away. I Negroes identified in about
polated Friday's speech
Cmdr. world revolution.
Reading through what she Ernest Allen, 21, the East German-Soviet friend-
wrote, it is almost as thoughshe ., a student at treaty, indicated a Khrushchev insists he is justas
ship profound
foresaw the decay that has cold or II of California at weariness with the whole ardently for world revolutionas !
( An excellent Father's
now settled around the home from an the Chinese. But he reflectsthe Siean'
Tripp, 23, De- Chinese affair. They seemed the
and grove she loved so much."I "Al is Soviet people's own aspira- Day gift. We'll wrap as
at State words of caught in
Wayne ; a man an
think that the shabbinessis Berry 24, Los Angeles impossible squeeze between the tions when he says people 22S, W. UNIV,! AVE..T gift and tailor to fit after
around the world
would hardly i
of its hearing -
part endearing quality in the Soviet Union
Angeles City Col- pressures June 21st. at extra
follow a Communist government no
she wrote. "It is comfor- has
... .
.
and
economic advancement
Bedford, 26, St. for:
table and weather-beaten meet- only as "whose people have no trou- cost.
world
draftsman. the pressures of commu- sers."
r u.s. re- nism for more aggressive expansion. FREE PARKING ON 1ST FEDERAL LOT
I That's the problem. It's trou-
I
IT WILL BE A .
; Cuban travel by I sers or world revolution.
to Europe, If there is no reconciliation,I

and Prague be- Khrushchev seems to say it
Havana. will not be his fault but Pe

said members were king's.
States and "One should not," says Khru-
shchev, "allow the spread of
rj AVE."I ideological differences to inter-
49 men and
a two-month governmental relations, since

IF YOU this ultimately weakens the position
of world socialism and
the State De-
only that it plays into the hands of imperi-
alism.
GIFT HIM
route
group was en
"We believe that even today
notified U.S.
em- the road is not closed for the
WITH Paris and Prague. normalization of Soviet-Chinese
.
was too late for the
relations, including governmental -
reach the students relations. All that is required
of the conse-

visit to Cuba, offi-
.... ,".
Stolen
House
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greeting was staged I
by represent- FLINT, Mich. (AP) "My ci

Cuban Foreign house has been stolen," an indignant =>

student Commu-I caller told the Genesee .

Flowers were pre County sheriff's office Friday.

American. Sure enough, the four-room
j told newsmen the frame house in Grand Blanc

I[ by the Stu- township: purchased by Floyd ItW

: :' for Travel to Ray was missing.Not .

organization spon- only was the 24by24foot \

z : trip to Cuba home gone but so was its

; 59 American stu- foundation. And the septic tank

,, the Cuban Fed- and property had been gradedover.

x University Students .
the group's ex-: Ray said he last visited the W


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;: Holley Talks on School Mixing, Dropouts, Finance I homestead-Charging exemption.nonresidents going j I I YOU DO PEOPLE. ACCUSE 1 1

to school in Florida for the actual -
of them?
.. Ignoring This could be tfvt
TAMPA (AP-Charles- ) R.Hoi- will never be closed to prevent standing in the schoolhouse door. quiring new first' graders to be ary.Operating schools to buy paperback books. cost of the schooling. realize to a you hearing have.loss you may not

I" ley, Republican candidate for integration because state law The St. Petersburg state rep six in October instead of Janu- s c ho' o Is year- -Basing property taxes ,on -Requiring adults in the Adult GAINESVILLEHEARING

f governor, says Florida schools prevents the governor from resentative told a state Parent round.Changing realistic appraisals. Education program to pay for AID CO.
Teachers Association workshop ROBBER.SAVES the law to allow Taxing the first $2,000 of theOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOC their schooling if they could.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC. W N. Main FR UOfSIO"OOOOOOGGGO'OOOO

l I Friday that the civil rights leg- .
islation before the senate "is
f Next Citrus Crop wrong, very wrong because,, FACE I ooooooooooooooooooo. J J

parts of it are designed to leg-
islate social equality." ROSEMONT, m. (AP) A
holdup man determined to save
Demand Is High "But I can tell you this," he face returned Friday to commita

added, "The schools in Florida job he botched the week be- Cr CrI
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LAKELAND (APThere's also be smaller than had been ''Tonight, this is it," he told
not much you can say,about the expected, he said. Holley said the governor Ralph Homer, 36.,a night clerkat I
should lead "total
frontal attack"
K size and quality of next season's On-tree during the 1964- a a motel northwest of Chi
prices .
).. Florida citrus crop, but buyers 65 season are expected to aver- said on 35 the dropout cent of problem.He Florida cago. Horner, facing a pistol,
are already snapping it up. lower than they have been per handed him $225.
age students drop out of school be-
he said but the Last Saturday, Homer said,
this ,
season
Robert C. White, price analyst larger will probably make fore the 12th grade. the same man tried the same { P i i .. 1 c I I
for Florida Citrus Mutual, said crop
to raise
Listing ways save or
\\ the total value of the higher thing.
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Friday that advanced buying of than this season. money for schools, Holley proposed "Do you have a gun?" Horner : 3 m t I Atr ,
the 19W-65 has been strong. I
crop : said he asked him then.
There is every indication that Meanwhile, Homer Hooks, -Advancing the age require- The man hung his head sheep a +, AITN
prices will be good, he said. I general manager of the Florida I ment for beginning students re ishly and walked out.
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was a good possibility that the f
the bloom and
early as period
federal government might modify -
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its frozen concentrate stand-
demand for the 1964-65 crop,"
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field men have reported Hooks said government regu-i Some call Father call Dad
some
advance buying of the orange lations and those of the state Quality you you ,

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amendments to be made that 4r.
'M price weeks tending at $3.00.to firm Sour in recent root would uphold the citrus commission's -I 0JTot We love you always, we love you truly,

power to regulate quality.,
oranges are in special demand. Florida produces about 98 per' 18I Even when you may seem unruly! ,w f

"Prices will be Influenced by cent of the nation's frozen "
'.the U.S. Department of Agricul- orange juice.Children. I fr4b. So'gifts we resent for your work alld play

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opens Monday morning after a day.Charlie June and July. They will beheld between 500 and 600 boys. limousine in which President I Because of. the added weight I
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centered on the Learn-to-Swim director will direct the fee pro-is Due to the crowded games room surrounding makes better the playground rebuilt and equipped with I and heavy steel' plating, the Z .
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Club director Mike Kreshka The Boys' Club canteen will choir rehearsals will be held in installed by the Gaines- made available for ,President I from 275 to 500. The car has ,, "'" NO
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FRANCISCO (APOr... Eddie Mathews singled Alou

lando Cepeda's two-run doublein home, advanced on Lee Maye's NEW' YORK (AP) Mickey the game tied, and relief man the first. Mantle's homer, El- ford's hand.Downing I

the seventh inning powered I single and scored when Joe Tor. Mantle hit his 11th home run Hoyt Wilhelm was charged with ston Howard's double and walked the bases full

San Francisco past. Milwaukee: re grounded out. _.L. and drove in two runs Saturdayas his third defeat I Phil Linz' single added two in in the )second, and Tom Mc-

6-4 Saturday, snapping the Gi the New York Yankees took The Yankees broke the 3-3 the fourth. Craw's single through ,the box

ants' three-game losing streak. San Francisco pecked back the third straight game of their tie in the fifth on Tony Kubek's I scored Ron Hansen and Floyd

Cepeda doubled off reliever for a run in the first. Harvey series with the American single, Bobby Richardson's sacrifice Chased Wilhelm Robinson. Dave Nicholson's

Jack Smith after Willie Mays Kuenn was safe on' Denis Men- League leading Chicago White and Tom Tresh's singleoff New York chased Wilhelm in single, a wild pitch, a sacrifice

and Willie McCovey singled with ke's error and scored on Mays' Sox 6-3.: Wilhelm. I the eighth and wrapped it up bunt and Gerry McNertney's

two out. single. Mantle, batting .571 right- Richardson's double and Man- with a two-run single by Kubekoff sacrifice fly gave Chicago a run

Cepeda singled for the Gi handed and .216 left-handed fora tle's single produced a run in second baseman Don Bu. in the fourth.
The Giants had taken
4-2
a ants' second hit in the fourth, combined average of .331, sin- .

lead in the sixth on McCovey's advanced on Frank Boiling's error -.. ,,:t.. ..... "i 3' "'..:.:.>..: :> .. .. '." '1'I.. '" ..o..o: ;.; ','f"' gled in the first hit a homer ,COLLEGE BASEBALL

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starter Hank Fischer the FORM
over hit into the fourth walked intentionallyin
a force out. Rocked ,
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left field fence.Milwaukee .
the fifth and singled in the

back with' seventh before leaving for pinch
came Maine in

two in the seventh on singles by Wilson Takes Thriller runner Hector Lopez. UpsetOMAHA

pinch hitter Ty Cline and Hank a Downing StartedAl

Aaron sandwiched around Downing started for the

Felipe Alou's second triple. The Yankees but gave way to a (AP) Unheralded to Jack Tracy at second was Tracy's relay to the plate was

triple knocked starter Juan In pinch hitter in the fourth. Bill Maine stunned ,Arizona .State late. Dave Harvey scored from I wild and Dan Rudanovich I

Marichal from the game. European Davis Cup Stafford pitched into 'the ninth 4-2, eliminating the nation's No. third. scored.

and was credited with his
The Braves threatened in the -- 2 team and top-ranked Missouri
third Pete Mikkelsen
victory. .
ninth as Alou doubled with-one By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cola Pietrangeli and Giardano this quarter of the draw will finished. Rookie Frank Kreut- ousted Seton Hall 3-1 behind
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out but got no further than third LONDON (AP) -. The unpredictable : Maioli.. a surprise last-minute play the survivor of the match zer, a' lefty making his first left-bander Jack 'Stroud in third Miss Cavandish

as Billy O'Dell came on and Bobo Wilson turned selection, 6-4, 7-5, 10-8. between Denmark and West start of the year for the White round games of the College

retired Eddie Mathews and back Yugoslavia's Bora Jovano- Top PlayersIf Germany at Munich. Sox, left after four innings with

Aaron. vic in a five-set thriller Saturday young Sergio Tacchini of The West Germans are favored CHICAGO NEW YORK World Series Saturday. .

that sent Britain's defending Italy should upset Schmidt in although the Danes abrhbi abrhbl Takes Richest
Marichal trying for his ninth pugleda Landis cf 4000 Kubek ss i 1 2 2 Minnesota and Southern Call-
zone champions into the the first of the two final singles surprise by inning the dou. Wels 2b 2000Rlch'dsofl2b4llO
victory, ran into immediate difficulties -semifinal cBuford 2b 0000 Marls rf 4000 fornia, the only remaining unbeaten -
round of matches
the Sunday that would bles.
Jan
European Leschley and Joergen Ward 3b 4010 Mantle cf 3132
as ex-teammate Alou Davis Cup tennis tourna- throw decision on the final Ulrich, beaten in the Hansen ss 3100 bLopez If 0000 teams in the tournament,
opening Robinson rf 3 1 0 0 Tresh If-cf 4021
opened the game with a tripleto ment. match between the top playersof singles Friday, stormed back Nicholson If 2llOHowardc 4110 met in the second night game. American Oaks

right center. The pressure was put on the the two teams, Pietrangeli for a 6-3, 6-3, 1:6, 6-3 triumphover McCraw M'nertneycloolLlnz3b Ib 3022 Pepitone Ib 4121 2100 Missouri scored two runs in the

MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO and Martin 2000 Downing p 1000
flashy but often careless Wilson Lundquist.The Christian Kuhnke and
brhbi abrkMBoyer Kreutzer p 1000 aBoyer 1000 seventh with the help of two
3b 30.0 enn rf-If 4100 when Nikola Pile upset Britala's team which emerges InROOKIE Wolfgang Stuck. Wilhelm p 1000 Stafford p 2010 NEW.YORK (AP-Miss Cav''Belmont Stakes winner, caught
Groat IS 400 Hiller 2b 4000 Mikkelsen 0 0 0 0 Seton Hall errors to win the afternoon -
Mossl! p 0000 p .
Groat ss 4 01 0 Mays cf 4121 No. 1 ace, Mike Sangster, dCun'ham 1 000 andish, badly beaten in the first Castle Forbes one-eighth of a
Groat. 4010 McCovey If 4 2 2 0 in a three-hour marathon at I Totals 27343 Totals 34412 game.Seven.errors. two legs of New York's triple mile from the finish of the 1%
F. Alou cf 523 1 J. Alou rf 0000 Grounded out for Downing In 4fhj '
Mathews 3b 4 111 Cepeda Ib 4122 Manchester, 16-14, 9-11, 6-3, 6-4. LEADS b-Ran for Mantle In 7th; c-Walked for I Arizona State crown for 3 year- old fillies, mile race, raced even for a few
Aaron rf 5021 Haller c 3000 Weis In. 8th; d-Struck out for Mossl In by '
from last and
strides
This came at one point and
made
May. If 4010 Hart 3b 3112 the score 2-2 in the '9th. resulted in two unearned runs pulled away.

Torre Itx 4001 Pagan ss 3001 best-of-five series and sent the Chicago ...................020 100 OW-3 closed with a mighty stretchrun Castle Forbes, winner of the
Ranew c 4000 Marichal p 3 0 0 0 ............... for Maine but the Yankee Con-
Wdward Ib 0000 Mack'zle p 0000 decision down to the final New York 100 210 0x2-4 Saturday for a three length Acorn, first leg of the triple
Boiling 2b .01.0 Shaw p 1000 E-Martin. Nicholson. PO-A Chicago ference champs rapped 11 hits,
match. triumph in the $122,375 Coaching crown, hung on for second. She
Menke.> 4010 DelI 0000 .. DP Wels
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WINLOS three .Coughlin
Fischer p 1010 ratals 33 7 4 Wilson down and McCraw. ; Hansen. Buford and Mc by Larry Club American Oaks at 1 was Vh lengths in front of
aCline 1110 letting after Craw. LOB Chicago 6. New York I_ left 14 men on base. All of '
Smith 9 0000 taking the first two sets rallied 2B Richardson, Howard. Stafford. Aqueduct. Sceree, who took the Mother
bDe laHor 1000 HR Mantle. S McCraw Kreutzer. Maine's 'runs came off starter 'Goose
Under Howard Grant's the
whip second
374104 for a 6-4 7-5 0-6 leg on the
Totals 3-6
6-2 vic- Richardson. McNertney.
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out for Smith In .'Jh. tory. gave the Britons a 3-2 ie Wes Parker slammed two Kreutzer .._.....4 53 3 12 [ five hits but shut out the ?
Milwaukee .,....4..... t. 200 DOt NO-4 decision and pointed them to by Frank Howard scored Park- Wilhelm. L. 0-3 ,..31.3 "0 3 2 1 4 choice of the crowd of 47,351,
Sac Francises ... ......."..lot m 20x'-4E the winner of doubles and scored the decidingrun The Dodgers made it 3-0 .in Mossi .5........ .'-3 1 '0' 0 00 Black Bears in the last 4 1-3 in- trailed by another two lengthsfor
the
unfinished Downing ......... 3 3 3 45
-Menke. Boiling. Pagan. Kuenn' Hliter. match, between France on a two-base hit by Tommy the fifth when Parker and Davis Stafford W. 3-0 .,4 1-3 1 0 0 23 nings. Baseball fourth place in the field of
Mays. PO-A-Milwaukee 24-, San and .. _'.. .
Davis Saturday as: the Los Angeles Mikkelsen 13 0 0 0 02
Francisco 27-12. OP-Haller and Hlllerj :South Ari c a. hit back-to-baclc" doubles with HBP By Wilhelm (Pepitone). WP- Right-hander Dick Dolloff 12..
Hiller and Cepeda. LOB-MIlwaukee t. Dodgers completed a Kreutzer, Downing. McKinley, Ctiylak, Richest
San Francisco ,. The French, who appeared two out. Soar, Salerno. T-2:45. A-15.531. was the Maine winner and Joe
28-Menke, Cepeda. F. Alou. 3B-F.Alou three-game sweep by edging St. Top TenLeading Miss Cavandish, carrying the
beaten
hopelessly after
2. HR-Hart. SB-Aaron. .. drop- Ferris, tall sophomore who beat
Louis
IP H R ER1500, ping the first two singles Fri. 3-2. Seton Hall in the first round, silks of H. S. Nichols, earned
... ....
Fischer .6 4 4 ,2 3 2
.
Clark Wins Batsmen Based an 100 al bats $79,543.75 in the richest American
SmIfN.L24,2, 3 2 2 0 3 day, smashed back to win the The Cardinals, who led the pitched 2 1-3 innings of scoreless AMERICAN LEAGUE
xMarldlal ..' I A 4 2 3 Oaks and paid $8.70 $5.70
MacKenzie .n........ 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 doubles and prolong their exPected -National League in hitting'last' relief balL Player Club G AB R H Pet. ,
Shaw W, 6-3 .....2 2 0 0 0 0 defeat. In the other \ Fregosl LA .......... 44 130 2t 50 .341 and $4.60 as the second choice.
O'Dell .......... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 season, went 25 innings without Oliva Min ............ 54 230 42 12 .357
Sanford ,........ 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 matches, Sweden went 2-1 scoring before Tim McCarver Bill Watson, Seton Hall lefty, Hinton Was .......... 57 227 32 71 J44 Castle Forbes, from Mrs. H.C.
Mantle Ny........... 43 130 23 43 J31
x-Faced 2 men In 7th. Phipps' Stable and
WP-Flscher. U-Venzon. Weyer', Hu."ey ahead of Italy and the Germans homered with Bill White aboardon British Am pitched out of several jams, Bressoud Bsn ........ 54 217 39 70.323 Wheatley
Conlan. T-2:21. A-U.IS1. held a 2-1 edge over Denmark striking out John Sevcik with Freshen' Det ......... 43 147 21 44 .313 ridden by Johnny Rotz, returned -
.
a single in the sixth. Howard NY..7 175 22 54 JOf
after dropping the doubles. The i the bases loaded in the, sixth. Causey KC ........... 54 314 27 44 JOI $5.10 and 420. Sceree,
This the sixth victory for Whltfield ......_.. U 43
was Cle 41 141 JOS owned the
final three series will be determined By JOHN FARROW quarter-finals before going out But the Big Eight champs load- Robinson Bal ........ 53 201 25 41 .303 by Hickory Tree
Reds Trade Sunday when closing the Dodgers in their last eight Associated Press. Sports Writer 4 and 3 to Martin Christmas' ed the bases again in the seventh HOME RUNS Stable, paid $4.60 to show. Larry
Klllebrew Minnesota, 17; Colavito\ Kan
singles matches will be played.At games and the ninth loss for the England. and Seton Hall brought in sas City. 14; Powell Baltimore. 13. Adams was in Sceree's sad
Cardinals in their last 12. I GANTON, ,England (AP) Wagner, Cleveland, 13; Allison, Minnesota dIe.
Falcon its
Paris
France's pitcher
Jean-Noel Clark the Larry top
Bob SkinnerCINCINNATI Grinda and Francois Jauffret The Dodgers,. with 28 victories Gordon Clark, a 29-year old' now reigning champion 13.RUNS BATTED IN 'The winner, sixth in the Us
English merchant sank plays only about twice a Dan 'Waraksa then Wagner. Cleveland 47; Stuart, Boston 44;
turned back:Keith Die Praam in 56 games, are playing a six- Shortstop .Cash, Detroit, 40; Klllebrew, miles of the Mother Goose and
(AP-The) Cincinnati and Abe Segal of South Africa .500 ball for the first time since I foot birdie putt on the 39th hole week and has only. one other stopped Jim Sevcik's grounder, Minnesota 40; Colavito Kansas City, 3$. fourth in the one mile of the

Reds traded aging out- 9-7, 6-4, 6-2. Play interrupted the second day of the season. I Saturday and defeated defend- golfing credit-runner-up in the a potential double play,.. but .PITCHINGFlu. Decisions heiaa54A4wrhi .Acorn, covered the 1 miles in
was
-
fielder Bob Skinner to St. Louis an hour, 23 minutes by Parker' led off the Dodger ing champion Michael Lunt of English championship in 1961. fumbled the ball and his throw Five PITCHING Decisions the moderate time of 2:04: un.

Saturday for 25-year-old catcher rain and the South Africans appeared fourth with his first double and England in the final'of the Brit- m Ford New, a-i York, .1S71 1-1.PascuaL_SOT Krallck, Cleveland der 121 pounds, the weight car-

Jim Saul and an undisclosed to lose interest after the reached third on an infield sin- ish Amateur Golf Championship. Minnesota '2. .111" Miller. BaltImore ried by all the starters.
LOS ANGELES Lunt :Burgess Lead Bucs 4-1, .800; O. Lee Los Angeles, 4-1, Bold Queen stablemate of
LOUIS
amount of cash. interruption midway of the second ST. abrhbl abrhbl 29-year old British Bailey 100; Mikkelsen, New York, 4-1, .100. ,

Saul, who had been playing set. White Ib 4110 Wills ss 4020 Walker Cup player, was two up NATIONAL LEAGUE Castle Forbes, rushed into an

for the Cardinals' Jacksonvillefarm McCarver Groat ss c 4010 31 1 2 Illiam Parker 3b cf-rf 4000 4220 after 33 holes of the 36-hole fi To 10-7 Over Williams Player Club Chi .........53 O 201 AB 41 R H M Pd..35 early lead and showed the way

club, will be sent to .San No Repeat Boyer 3b 3000 T. Davis If 4121 Romp ChicagoCHICAGO Clemente Pgh ....... 54 21t 37 71 .354 into the final bend with Match
.
_...... ....
.
There Flood cf 4010 Howard rf 3011 nal.Then Mays SF 54 202 47 72 .354Torre
Diego. was no repeat of Fri James If. 4000 Fairly Ib 1010 he dropped the 34th -I Mil .........ie. 52 14 32 44' .330 Point, Face the Facts and Scer
The deal put the Reds under day's anti-apartheid demonstra- Clemens rf 2 0 1 M'Mullen Ib 3 0 1 0 (AP) Smoky ,don in the third and scored on White Htn ........... 38 115 U 31 .336 ee within striking distance from
when .........
cGagllano! 1000 Perran'skt p 1 0 0 0 he hooked into the gorse 1 Johnson Cln 37 103 1f 34 J30
the 25-player limit, but a spokesman tions n the Roland Garros Stadium Javier 2b 3000 Camlllt c 2001 and the match became Burgess slammed 'a. three-run Roberto Clemente's single.Bail-, Stargell Pgh ......... 37 141 23 47 J20 the start.
1000 Trace'skl 2b 3010 squaredon I Christopher Ny....,. 41 142 24 45 .317
said the team will soon be which saw six demonstrators dlong Sadeckl p 2000 Moeller p 2000 the 36th homer and Bob Bailey spankedtwo ey's second double came in the Hunt NY ........ .,... 52 117 2f 5' J14 With one-quarter mile remaining
arrested. Police 0000 green, where Lunt Santo Chi ....... .. 52 15 36 40 JOt Bold bad and
brought back to full strength. kept a Taylor aWarwlck .0000bW.DevIsctl000 l000MiIler p three putted. doubles and a triple in leading fifth, driving in Virdon, who had "NOME' RUNS Queen enough

Skinner, 33, came to the Reds ,.close watch on the gallery. 'Totals p 32252 Totals 323103 the Pittsburgh Pirates over ,tripled.: Clemente again singled Mays San Francisco, 11; Williams Chicago Castle Forbes took a onelengthlead
The France South Africa a-Hit Into Force play for Sadeckl In The little known Clark 15; Howard Los Angeles 14; Rob- Grant Miss Cav-
a year ago in a trade with the Cubs Bailey across. Insoft, Cincinnati 13 Allen, as brought
7th; b-Grounded out for Miller In 7th. knocked Chicago 10-7 Saturday. ; Philadelphia
Pittsburgh. match will be decided Sunday c-Filed out for Clemens in *th; d- out Dale Morrey, the 44 I IL endish up fast on the outside.
Struck out for.Javier In tth. old former Burgess' first homer of the RUNS BATTED IN
'American
Walker
in the final singles Se- year The swift the
sending St. Loots ... ............'.000 002 000-2 season came in five-run fifth Mays, San Francisco. 44; Boyer, St. louIs challenge brought
gag against France's No. 1 ace Las Angelas ..*....... ...__..000 210 OOx-J Cup player from. High Point, Jim Keefe 42;,Santo Chicago, 311 Torre, Milwaukee eventual winner into second
Streak which chased Lew 'Burdette, 31; Banks Chicago 34; Starself,
Long Pierre Darmon, and Die Praam E-None. Po-A-St. Louis 24-11. Los Angeles N.C., 4 and 3 in the fifth round. Pittsburgh, :34.PITCHING place with less than oneeighthof
his third
2711. LOB-St. Louis 4, Los Angeles seeking straight victory
Clark and Lunt halved
the
against' Pierre Barthes. mile to and in
4.2B Five Decision a go once
,BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Col Sweden became a strong favorite -Parker. 2. T. Davis. Falrty. HR- 37th and 38th holes. At the 285- since the Cubs acquired him recently Wins 2nd Farrell, Houston '-I, .900 Marichal, San front, she pulled away rapidly
McCarver.--Wills 2. SF-CamiUL from the St. Louis Car FranclscL 1-2 400 Bruce Houston 4-2.
orado's
Buffaloes ran up a to gain a semifinal spot IP H R ERBBSOSadeckU yard 39th Clark was short in .750 Burning Philadelphia. 4-2 J50 tor her first victory in seven
string of 28 straight, basketball after U 4-5 ....6 S 3 3 0 3 two and in front of the dinals. OToole Cincinnati 5-2, Jib; Mahaffey, this
victory starts
scoring a straight-set Taylor ..........2 2. 00 1 green. Pinch hitter Leo Burke's Philadelphia, 5-2 .714. year.
victories on the home court before over Italy in doubles at Moenerw.4.5 ...51-3. 2 r2 2 Lunt was to the left of the Gold Medal
Miller .........,...12-3 1 0 0 0 0
losing to Cincinnati this Turin. Jan Erik Lundquist and Perranoskl ...... 2 0 0 0 1 2 green and also short in two. three-run homer in the sixth

season. Ulf Schmidt overpowered Ni- :2:21.U-Crawford.A-4t.m. Vargo. JackowskL T- Lunt chipped short-about 20(I which trimmed Pittsburgh's: FRESNO, Calif. (AP-Olym-

-...-.----- feet from the hole-and Clark: lead to 7-6 sent Vera Law to the: pic prospect Jim Keefe of Central -

.,. chipped six feet past the hole. showers, but the veteran pitcher Connecticut won his second

.. :, .. Lunt missed his putt and Clark notched his fourth victory in distance gold medal and Fresno RP'8 ? I

: sank: a six-footer .for a birdie nine decisions. State's Dare Newman trounceda

and the match. strong 100-yard dash field Saturday _.

Lunt was trying to become Al McBean checked the Cubs at the NCAA College Di- Mafwaal LaaaWe Amencan La.*..
-
while the Pirates' sewed up the vision Track and Let Pcf. BeMntf I woe r Last Pd. Bahlad
the third Field cham- 1Chica.o 31 II .433
only in the 79- -
.:' man wild-hitting game with a three- PhiLadelphIa 30 21 .saa- Baltimore 32 21 .*" 1
Lt .3t 7iMttt year hishtory of the British seventh. The' pionships. San Francisca. 32 23 31 New York ...... 30 21 .3$$ 2
run scoring cameon Cincinnati 30 24 JS4 IV*
I .. .
f3 \ championship to win the title Fresno. toward : Pittsburgh .. 2t .2* J27 J Minnesota ..... 30 26 .330z
Bailey's leadoff triple and charged the Cleveland 27 25 Jit S"Boston )
....
I 20 M JW fft
; Uot Angeles ...,.... '
2* 27 .s11 3
I ''
: two straight tfmtr The'only Bill Mazeroski's double with team title behind Newman's 9.3, Milwaukee .... 21 21 .500 4'.* Detroit ., .. .. 23 2f .442 514
other two to, do it were Harold Sid Nickolas' 26-foot) Chicago ....... 2* 27 .At S Washington ,. 26 33 .441 10
two walks sandwiched between. broadjump St. Louis ........ 21 2f',491 S .. 24 34 .414
Hilton of England in 190041 and and Houston -.-..... 26 32 ....* 7V4 Los Angeles .. 11'4
Bailey doubled home Bill Vir- a 440-yard relay victory an- N.wyot .. W 30 J33 14 Kansas City II :AMiF 15'CNca90 *
?? TODAY'S
Lawson Little of the United PtTTSBURGH CHICAGO chored the small
.... ".... ar.. M !by balding TODAY'S GAMES (Plzarro 7.2 and Peters 7-J) at
States in 1934-35. VrdId 522tStewart .,4000, ewmaL Cnclnnafl COTooH 5-2) at San Francisco New York (Daley 1-2 and Sheldon
Bailey' 36 4X33 Brock Cf 4001 (Herbd 3-2) N doubleheader
Lunt one down after 18 holes, CI.wnrf4133W1uianU Sill MOwevfce (SatfowsU M and Schneider Las Mgele& (Latman i-t and McBride
went out, in 41-36-77 in the LYftdt.1f J12 .Santo3b Sit Newman was first off 'the .1) at Las Angcies fWUWta 3-3 and 2-10) at Detroit. (Lolich 5-5 and Mo
Lain doubfeneaderMinnesota
Bvrgess '4213 A'KNan 2b liii blocks and nevertrailed againsta Ortega 3-2 or Raed *#). doubWxaderNew J-S
morning and Clark had :'37- Ctenden'ii Ib 4 1 S t GabrtsoA rf 4 1 11 York (Cisco 3-4 and Jackson 3-$) at (Stang 2-4 and Arrtgo 3-1 or
M001fik12b3l225di.HerC 4131 field including 9.2 dA rpan Philadelphia (Manaffey 5-2 and Short Kaal 5-3) at Washington (Narum 4-3
. 4-3). doutteheader and Cheney 1-2), doubleheader
Alter ss 4 .Burdette..I.
78.In Ed Roberts of North Carolina
4f the afternoon Lunt had Law p XtttSchurrp ttttMcBean SI. louis (GUM 5-3 or SadecU *4) at Baltimore (McNalty 4-4 and Estrada 0-1
p .1ISIeBurk. 1113 College,'who ended fifth. Houston (FerretS $4), nigh* or Halt 44) at Boston (Lamabe --J
37-38-75 and Clark 38-39-76. Spring It ttttMcDanict Pittsburgh (Bliss 3-2 and Gibbon 3-2) at and Spanswick '.2), tfaubleneader
Chicago (Ellsworth 7-5 and Slaughter Kansas City (Drab wlily 2-7 and CXDon.
The par for the 6354-yard Can i p liltratals 111bCowa Keefe blazed his final lap in I 2-1) tfouMcheader .and gnwe Grant 2-4) 3-4)at Cleveland. doubtetaderYesterdays (Donovan 2-1

ton course is 367L.. 6L3 seconds as he won the 3- Y&.rdaRoesits Resells

: .:. The .final was played in 20111211 for Schurr Totals In 4mto 37TitaHomered .- mile in 14:119.<< Lloyd Burson of Pittsburgh Philadelphia 10... Chicago Mew York 7 2 a New Detroit York t. Las.. Chicago Ann 3 S
\ Tripled for McOantel In fth. Los Angeles X. St. Letts 2 ,
balmy weather and brilliant Western New Mexico stayed on : Washington 4 Minnesota 2
i ..._............ .. S1Iwa San Francisco 4. Milwaukee 4 Kansas City 5. Cleveland 4
smwhme but a crowd: of' oaly -....-..;.--... NI.-.7 'Keefe's shoulder until, with 250 Cincinnati ..' -toutton 1 Boston .. Battlmoro 2

about 560 turned .up to watch I-E-Vdai, Baiter. McOanM. PO-A- yards to run the 5-9 senior shift-

I Drat and Clark fight it out.. Pittsburgh. Stewart 27-12.and' Chicago B.. 2 LOS0 >1X- DPBanks. Ptttsburgh -- ed gears and ran away to vic- SMU 'Slates .
, Georgia Tech
.
, ChIcago .
Championship play started IB -VJnton. Bailey 2. "'--* 38 -
Rockets Team In Buddy 260 chas- Bailey, Vlrdan Cowan. ,HR.. Burgess. tory.Keefe
Monday with players
League :
Burke. SB. -.Brock. .$- ....*..SF lapped the field Friday DALLAS (AP-Georgia Tech The Mustangs also will meet
'. lag the title, thirty-one of them CJemeftt.. the
when
night he won 6 milein Vanderbilt Oklahoma City, Tulsa Indiana, Memphis State and St
' Pictured!above b IP H'EIIISOLaw.W,45.,3.3
: .theRokitis'tesl. the J.yc.e.BwUy.BwfeH: League. Americans Bob Sweeny 52- t 4 4 14 29:29.6. relatively better than Louisiana:State, Tulane and Louis in a tournament at Mem
i' :Fro.tow (L-R-are Kea Buckley, :Join Shellaa,Aastkt Crevasfle, Ray HeMer, year-old winner of this title in McBean ......,.3 J-J 1 1 1 1 2lWdeIle.L31.41320
: $ t 4 .. 3 his 3-mile. He's rated a potential Missouri make up the intersectional -
Wto. faaac. Carl Beatea aad Steve P4feU. Bck KHT:(L4t)'are.M* Bryant, L937, wound up as the last Schurr. .?,. .?.,.; 1 S-3 1 1 1 1 Olympian in the 5,090 or 10- sche&Ie of Southern phis.Twelve home
KM $rteg ,...._.,3-3 1 2 J 1 tMcDanM games are on
Sinpeea Kim
'" j : CeIJM: McCarthy, I"' :Prig, Befrrt Mathia aid American survivor.. The Pate ....... 2 M 1 1 1.2 2 060 meters and was on the U.S. Methodist's basketball team! the schedule which opens Dec.

1:=;.; "P.'WkM1IL., .. _.. t Bead- socialite reacted fee ds. *U-Stemer.. T- 3I.'BarOck.A-UN4.OanaltUi- and- Lan naUoBa1 team in 1963 j next season. 1 with Oklahoma City.i .
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,01'G ... Sun Suncioy, June i-f,
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', :Rr'.r3 Lu ':y n ": u' Leina Fires 72 Leads by 2 RIVERCRAFT MARINAEast


Palatka, Fla.
II IIA
I By BERNIE KENNEDY first pro golfer: in almost two 'To say.I was upset was put- ran out on the 18th. Covered Storage For BoatsTO
GRAND BLANC Mich. (AP) years ,to score back-to-back ing it mildly' was Finster.wald' total of 62 pros and eight!

-Tony Lema bogied the last tourney victories. only remark -about the amateurs will compete in Sun-I! 40 FEET LONGon

two holes and had to settle fora Jack Nicklaus, who passed up ruling. day's final round. The cutoff j St John's River
par 72 in the third round ,of the tourney here for extra practice score was 222. *
Lema needed 28 putts to'get I Ski Boats' for Rent 8
the $66,000 Buick Open Golf rounds for next week's Na- Lounge
through' the round. He was in The best scores recorded In
Tournament Saturday. tional Open was the.last pro to I .
Rest Rooms GULF Gas
the trap on four boles. He got the third round were 68s by
capture two consecutive tourneys
Lema now faces a tough when he won in' Seattle out safely and scored pars the Charles Sifford, Jack Rule and I Phone Palatka 325.9122now
challenge from Dow Finster first[ three times but his luck Bob Panasiuk. ,
and, Portland, Ore. in September ,
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who fired threeunderpar
wald a of 1962. Lema won the Thunderbird -
f' 44' 69 Saturday to move within I
< 8,. frY'z'JAa a'r two strokes of,the leader open last Sunday. i everything's at one address-

Not As Easy
; Lema wants to become the Lema attracting an estimated '

90 per cent of the more than 2001 N.W. 13th St. ,'-'

17,000 fans, did not find the,280yard .
Earl WilsonHurls
course as easy as he
did in Friday's second round for greater efficiency
( 14;
"t Bats when he shot a 66. i .
ii 0
; ; ,
But he had enough of the maser -i New Cars Service. Facilities Used Carsto

M if touch left in the first nine,i
Sox WinBOSTON
Red and made the turn with a four-

t z stroke lead over Mason Ru- enable us to improve our efficiency in Handling both sMes and service

:: 6(4 (AP-Earl Wilson dolph. to give you the highest quality in the shortest possible time at the lowest
pitched ,his fifth straight vic Rudolph faded on the back : ..: possible prices. we have concentrated all departments New Cars. Used.
6 t* Wry, a five-hitter, and belted. nine and shot a one-over par 73.I Can and Service Facilities 2001 N.W. 13th St. (U.S.. 441)) . Same ;.
a two-run double off rookie sen- Lema complained that the phone FR 6-7515. -

sation Wally Bunker as Boston heat, humidity and wind both-I

defeated Baltimore 6-2 Satur ered him. ,His round .took five II WATCH FOR OUR FORMAL GRAND OPENING
hours and 22 minutes to com

a day.Felix Mantilla, again in the plete. 1
On No. 17 he threeputtedfrom
l\fAKEsi\i'OTIO\ role of stand-in for ailing Carl)
I TRAINER GIVES COMMAND about.20 feet out. He was
Yastrzemski, drove in four runs
Dog Promply ,Complies and Lies Down trapped on the 18th, made a
with a pair of doubles and a
third shot out of the
poor trap
single. and two-putted. r 3
I THE LIE DOWNEditor's Wilson sent his record to 6-2, Finsterwald might have beena Ir
encountering most of his trou-
lot closer had it not been fora
ble from ,Rookie Sam Bowens, 6 on the 432-yard ninth hole.
( Note This is,.the become panicky when he feels who hit a homer in the third Finsterwald's second shot land- USED CARS

eighth in a series on dog train- himself bound by the leash. and a single. After Dick Brown ed on the fairway but after tak- _

ing by Harry M. Hatcher training Most 'animals 'do under these singled behind the homer in the ing his third shot a cloud of dirt

director for the Alachua circumstances. Neverthelessthe I Orioles' third, Wilson faced the arose and he shot a provisionalball

County German Shepherd Dog grown dog can and 'should I minimum 15 men until Jerry thinking that the area
Club. This week's lesson is THE be taught to obey the command. Adair homered in the eighth. might have been ruled as MOTOR CO

LIE DOWN.) The dog is made to sit .and I The Red Sox treated Bunker I ground under repair. BG ,

A well mannered dog,is one face the trainer. If he is not too harshly with a rash of extra INC.

that will lie down on commandand excitable and will permit himself base blows. The loss was the I Playable

obey immediately. Manya to be handled, the trainershould second straight for Bunker, who, George Walsh, assistant tour-
the front his first six decisions. It! ney director,ruled that the, ball
dog's life has been saved and pull dog's legs; won CADILLAC and OLDSMOBILE J
an accident frequently avoided forward as he pushes down on also was the fifth in the last six I'I'I was playable and Finsterwald I
had to take his 6. ,
when, under unexpected circum- the dog's back to force him to I starts for Baltimore.

stances, a dog was required to the ground. Wilson and Mantilla each doubled -' 1

act quickly in this respect.The This is done once or twice so I home two runs in the second -
down position,is the most that the dog will know what is while Mantilla drove in

natural position in the world expected. When the command, Dalton Jones with a double in !1 B 1 {

for the dog to assume. As_ a; "Lie down" is repeated quietlyat the fourth and sent Jones across

puppy, he will flop down with' the same time, the dog will with a single in the sixth.

no trouble at all. If a little as- associate the command with a BALTIMORE BOSTON
ab r h bi ab r h bl 1 1pmtgrn
sistance and encouragement are prone position. Brandt ef 4000Jone5b 5220 Ways Sears Builds
given at this tune, and if the Later the leash is held in the Johnson Aparicio M u 200 200 OConlgllaro Mantilla If ef 2 4034 0 1 0
words "down" or "lie down"are left[ hand, and the free hand is Gaines If 4 01 0 Melin| d 2000
said over and over, the raised and at the same time Slebern Robinson Ib 3b 2000 3 0 0 Thomas Stuart Ib rf 4010 3110
Adair 2b 3111 Williams 3b 3000 SL rn @WJ L115YI44sq t {
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puppy will ,soon learn there is the right foot steps onto the Bowens rf 3121 Bressoud ss 31 0 0

a connection between the command leash to pull the dog downward. Bunker Brown c p 3010 2000 Wilson Tillman\ p c 3100 4112took
and the position in whichhe The command is given just be- -p 1000
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is lying. fore the foot strikes the leash. Baltimore ................ 001 NO il -SBoston Every of
It is not so easy to train the This lesson completes the Beginners ...................040 111 Mx-4
adult dog to lie down. He will Course in ObedienceDog E-None. PO-A Baltimore 2410. Bos-
ton 2712. DP Jones. Bressoud and
be inclined to struggle and to Training. To make your Stuart Williams. Jones and Stuart; Bres
scud Jones and Stuart. LOB Bahl.more
dog a better companion for you 1. Boston 7.
28 Thomas. Wilson Mantilla. 2. 3BConlgliaro
and your family plus being a ,
Jones. HR Bowens. SB-
PKY Slates good citizen for the neighborhood Jones.
IP H R ER BB SO
it is suggested you joinan Bunker, U '-2 ....6 0 6 .4 4 3 Master-Mixed Paint Master-Mixed Paints Master-Mixed Paints Master-Mixed Paints Master Mixed Faint
...........
Stock .2 1 0 0 0 0 the result of are produced from the are manufactured region
Obedience Dog Training Wilson. W. 4.2 ...., 5 2 2 1 0 are are perfected through are constantly proved
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BasketballP. Petty Team
Eyes
K. Yonge has scheduled 16 "x .,, a.ryi .
ay.2v Yrg :f{ : t. b 1t
: ... : .:. .,:. _
regular season games and the 6Reaotlowvw.me. .... ''' I _
Santa Fe Christmas and Key- \ :

stone Conference tournamentsfor Firecracker WinDAYTONA ,
the basketball
coming season -
Coach Wilbur Hoskins an- i New Development! .. SelfprimingDRIES rx.q... ,
;
A
nounced yesterday. ; BEACH, Like Fords, Mercurys and Dodges." :
The slate includes two AA, the Three Musketeers, the three The "Firecrackers 400 I IN 30 MINUTESAcrylic
; a
eight A and six B opponents for members of the Petty racing
the Class B Blue Wave. team have "One for all and all fully sanctioned FIA race,.carries .

The schedule: Dec. 1; Willis- for one" as their motto. more than $61,000 in posted .,. e

ton; Dec. 4, at Gainesville High; .The sole aim of Lee Petty, awards, and 40 of the world's ; Latex

'Dec. 8, at Santa Fe; Dec. 11, who sets up the bright blue fastest stock cars are scheduledto
Green Cove Springs; Dec. 15, at Plymouths for his son Richard
go to the line at 10 .
a. mon
'Cross City; Dec. 18-19, Christmas and Jim Paschal to drive, is to July 4th. aJ
House Paint
Tournament at Santa Fe; get one of the cars home in

Jan. 5, at Williston; Jan. 8, front, and he doesn't care
Perry (home); Jan. 12, at North: whether it's driven by Richardor Culpepper's '

Marion; Jan. 15, Orange Park; Jim..
Jan.. 19, Santa Fe; Jan. 22, It has been said that the I, $
l-34
Fernandina Beach; Jan. 26, at senior Petty, one of the all- 613 LeadsJohn SAVE
Macclenny; Jan. 29, at Ocala; time great NASCAR drivers, 5'66 I

Feb. 2, North Marion; Feb. 5, favored his son when readying Culpepper led the Mix- Regular 7.00 .

at Green Cove'Springs; Feb. 9,i the Plymouths, and when giv ed League at Palm Lanes witha I II
at Orange Park Feb.: 18-20 ing racing instructions. 613 series. He rolled gamesof II I

Keystone Conferences Tourna- "Nothing to it," Petty said 194219200. Dottie Cooperled :? Needsnoprimingonsoundpaintedsurfaces Y30minute I
ment, at Femandina Beach when
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questioned.UAbsolute the women with 'a 519 on dr3'm11too fast to trap dust bugs t I
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Feb. 25-27, Group Tournament nonsense. The two cars are. as 155198166. Ii 1 r j \

Home varsity games will be- alike as we can make them, and '\Vonderfullatex! So easy to apply it saves energy and time. l
gin at 8 p.m., preceded'by a"B" the only instructions Richard Team No. 3 had a 2399 series .
Paint in damp weather or after a heavy pin! Resists mildew xK /
game which will begin at and Jim get boil down to and Team No. 12 hit an 852; I
6:30 The "B" team discoloration, blistering peeling and stays clean without 4'j t
pjn. will be 'drive as fast as you can and high game. Charlotte McEl- '
coached by grid mentor Mike as well as you can.' As for wain's 200 was high single .for ;: ugly pigment washdown on surfaces below. Clean tools with' f I

Gutierrez, who ,has compiled a me telling Jim to ease off if the women. Splits were made :' r,J soap, tap water. Apply with brush or roller. J

39-13 log in three years; and Richard has a chance to finish by Whitey Seifert, 4-6; A. J. X09

will play before every scheduled ahead of him well that's Green, 4-7-9; Lee Green 5-6; ., ;. ,
varsity game except: tourna crazy.. Paschal beat Richard Jerry Stuart, 5-7; Ron Lewis, :: '. :! ;.y": '5t''n'!I!' : >f .,-'. (

ments. when they ran one-two in the 510; Dick Underwood, 6-7; .J @ :c. 'z4t JiIt, .' > K rI .

World 600 at Charlotte didn't Bob Brown, 2-7-10; and Bea i...; '1' '.>> 'V" _' _
Two Shutouts he?" Purdy, 510. I g "a a
Both Richard and Paschal = "
Nate Banes had a 207-203- sauurawil s.tTI.
Recorded In'Conununity backed the senior
up Petty'sstatement 177-587 to the
top Sperry loop
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saying that the bet- in the .men's division. Frank! +I. G ......, ;
ter of the two cars always ran I'
Palka
had
a 577. Arnold
in. front and that there wasn't led Gay U S Guaranteed One-Coat
the women with 523 and
A pair of shutouts marked "
any way to tell before a race
games in the Community Lea- which car would run better. Edna Hargrove had 495. Palka l' MASTER
had f Latex Intel.iol.Flat ;
212
a high and :
game
gue at Lincoln Field. Sunland The Petty team is already
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Training Center won from Bart- entered for the sixth running of Mrs. Hargrove 207. I tr

ley Temple 4-0 and Duncan the "Firecracker 400" at Day- The Yost-Arnold team bad a 44 r '

Brothers topped Community tona International Speedway on 2508 series and an' 886 high GUARANTEE R'.vlary 5 f i ;

Spothtes 12-0. July 4, and off its record this game. Satin Finish : If one faUoa fails to cover Gallon f
Eddie George hurled the season will have to go to the 4ognarefeeto.aanyaioeA $6.59 s'
shutout for Sunland, giving just starting line as one of the Mary Culbreth hit 117-158- For Walls, Trim ; with one coat when used M--
two hits. Ulysses Davis did the favorites. Richard opened the 209-484 to lead the Newcomers directed,we will fomiab tree Save $0,00! One coat coven ,< j

whitewashing for DuncanBros. 1964 season with a decisive win Coffee' loop at Palm Regular $2.59 J99 additional paint to aaaureeoreraf a even black, dries fast,odor- t .:
., giving three hits. in the "Daytcna 500," and Pas- Lanes. Joyce Nachtrieb had< i g: e,or,at your option ::::;; legal Velvety finish in 23
Sunland 472, PaW Edelstein 451 and Iff c.relwad your complete pcrchaae color smooth
with
three
got only hits chal was a winner of the ; Ideal hard finish for bath, g; price. on ",
off losing pitcher Robert Tay World 600. Shirley Hester 45L There wasa Toller or brush. Tools clean :. .
lor. 222 high by Edna Har kitchen or den. Dries fast, "" :',
Lee Petty sees no runaway by game in just soap, waUx.
James Bell led Duncan' the Plymouths in the "Fire grove. Team No. 12 bad a 2293 wonderfully washable.Apply

Brothers with three hits, one a cracker" set and Team No.. 3 an 823 with a brush_or roller. CHARGE IT on Sean Revolving Charge !

homer. Erwin Dawson had two "We caught the Fords asleep, high game Mary Lee Banes

hits. at Daytona in February,": made the 5-10 split

Bartley Temple. 000 0 0 2 he said. "But they didn't stay 0

Sunland 310 x-43 asleep as Fred Lorenzen's six Form LeaguePORT .
Taylor and Jones; George and straight wins prove. And it was Shop at Sears and 'Save

Walker. Ned Jarrett and a Ford that ST. LUCIE ,(AP) A Satitiifaction Guaranteed Your BaeJcC-SEAR- 14 South Main, STORE HOURS
Duncan Bros. or Money
322 14--12 9 whipped us at Atlanta 'last single athletic conference of 29 Tu.. W.L. nil,... Sot. MoM. F". Set.
Spotlites .000 00 03 week. I Phone 372-8461
Davis and Walker; -Russell and ,fast race,see with a the tremendously_result a Florida's members junior was colleges approved by the for >. .9 1:._. t. 5:)0 ',.... 9 .......te 9 Me.
Brown. 'f. .. \ a' '
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t' Junior Tourneys Reign f One Stop Shopping For All Your Car Needs


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WHILE

June long has been knownas and Laura MacIvor of Fort op n.THE. to Vesta Aiken, Su Dwyer,II YOU

the month when that ro Walton Beach. : rix Voncile Ketch, Mary Brokas, pCSU1t SHOP
mantic and spirited little KEYSTONE Heights Louise Gallop Lil Lee olscou>tt
More than Women's Golf Association held .. Pansy
character, Cupid, goes into Hawes, Kathy Redfearn and
states its final of the '
eight meeting season i l
overtime with bow and arrow. Janis Batts.A .
Southwest last week and elected new
Weddings like dande- round robin has
crop up tourney
Tuesday officers for the
coming
f lions. year. been scheduled
, Cape Coral Mary Brokas will serve as during thesummer.
But It's also the favorite Regular
weekly activities -
Included In president, Louise Gallop, vice
time of year for, junior golf and monthly meetingswill
Jewett of president; Gene Christoffers,
I tournaments throughout the resume in September.
da and Fort secretary and Su Dwyer,
state. Like the State Junior, ;
t Southwest Florida Junior and The National treasurer. THREE GAINESVILLE ONE WEEK ONLY !

I National Pee Wee in the span nually on shot the Committee chairmen chosen youths have received golf
of less than two weeks. junior links scholarships at Gordon Mili-
t weeks ago on were Mittie Haynes, social;
t Three local junior swatters, June 23-24 at Pansy Hawes, junior; Voncile tary College in' Barnesville,

Ricky Stevens, Jeff Montgomery try Club in Ketch, handicap Lucille Ga. James Ethedridge, John
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shot witness-
was Merrill and Alan
and Wendy Wiles, are Starnes, team captain; Dottie Tavolar received -

competing in the State which ing Gainesville will be playing Chitty partner, and a; Parks and Lil Lee, phone; letters at the school'scommencement last ANY CAR

started Friday and winds up Fran Livingston grounds Zee program
Tommy and the next hole ; week...
today at Venice Country Club. Ronnie Hawk, of Homer Tolles, tournament; Ves ta .
pro :
) Montgomery led the local Ray Moseley. Bishop HI, Aiken, trophy; Frieda Wy- COACH BUSTER Bishop

contingent in the first round and and Harold Bish- man, rules; Kathy Redfearn, has signed a sixth golfer to a

with an 85, while Stevens post The, tourney membership; and Jane La- University of Florida scholar listed below regardless of size

ed an 88 and Wiles a 90. brackets for :1. Coste, house. ship. He's Ted Hanson of Lake

The tourney is enriched with boys from three f ROBERTBLACK. Winner Mary Brokas and City's Columbia High .A

such outstanding players as runnerup Louise Gallop were BLIND bogey tourney started

Allen. Miller of Pensacola, age. presented the Bert Christof yesterday at the Universitycourse '
John Elliott Jr. and Bill Harris CARL fers Trophy, and Voncile and winds up today.

both of Fort Lauderdale bole-in-one To CompeteIn Ketch (low net) and Mary Prizes will be awarded first ONE LOWPRICE

I r and Dave Shuster of Eau No. 2 at the Brokas (second low net) won and second place in both men

Gallie., Club. It was the Zee Tolles Ringer tournament and'women divisions and also

The top feminine entrantsare ace ever Pee Wee trophies. for fewest putts and closestto

Roberta Albers of TampaJimBunning and the first Prizes for the month went the pin.




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Senators Defeat Twinsfirst.

By Mets.8.2PHILADELPHIA fr>?>* 4; ;- -.; -
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,(AP) -Bob- AP-) Chuck The Twins lost two players In Rich Rollins tripled to lead L2 2 i5isci

by Wine scored a rein when New in the tie-breaking baseline incidents. Zimmer slid off the fifth when Hinton slipped p'aIf _
HBS* BB HHHBii ___ K* JBBBqtuieless
his line drive and
single as: fielding
York left home plate unguardedand
into Bernie Allen at second in
winning pitcher Jim Bun. Senators downed scored on Tony Oliva's ground
breaking up a double play. The tires
ning gave up only five hits as Twins 4-2 Satur er. nylon .
the Philadelphia Phillies defeated preliminary diagnosis was that
The Senators scored two
Allen suffered a torn ligamentin on _
the Mets 8-2 Saturday.Two Don Zimmer the left leg. walks and Moose Skowron's sin-

of the hits off Bunningwere singled after two gle in the first inning and tiedit

home runs by Ron Huntin 'sixth. The sen- Bob Allison spiked pitcher in the fifth on a walk, throw-

the first and by Jim Hickmanin I run in the seventh i Garland Shifflett in a mixup ing error by Versalles and

the sixth. .,_.. over fielding Cottier's Lock's
--"-<: : : Don Lock and Jim squeeze double.
Wine was on third In the second JOHNNY hue k Cottier's bunt, and Shifflett had to leave

Inning after walking and Raps the game. I 1

coming around on Bunning's I
Claude Osteen was off to a
single. Cookie Rojas then -
popped rocky start but settled down and
up In foul territory between record'x won his fifth game aided by 6.40x15
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first and home. and first
three double plays.
baseman Kranepool and catcher >7. 6.70x15 p

Jesse Gonder went for the Zoilo Versalles greeted Osteen 7.50x14

balL Kranepool grabbed it and with a wrong-field homer in the 6.00x13

when he turned to throw home MINNESOTA WASHINGTON w

the only one there was Wine abrbbl abrhbl 6.50x13AH
Vena lies u $ 1 21 Brinkman u 3 21 e
scoring. Rollins 3b 5140 Zimmer 3b '3010 SHE
Frank Lary, the pitcher, was I CLEVELAND fourth. Olive rf 3011 Kennedy 3t 0000 .
Klllebrew If 4 0 0 Olnton If 5121
still on_the mound. Rojas was City's Orlando was named Allison Ib 3. 1 0 Skowron Ib 5011 COMES ,rids plus federal tax

credited with a sacrifice fly. Wyatt teamed called on Hall Battey Cf c 4000 3000 Lock Leppert rf-Cf c 4021 3000

That was the second run for 5-4 victory over Romano bomered Allen 2b 201 0 bValentine 01 00 ;:
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Plels p 0000 Cottier 2b 2001 A
Bunning's single. Gaha,''his first cKostro 1010 Osteen p 2 4000 s. I Ia
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Johnny Callison added a run I a-Filed out for Hunt In 5th bRanfor
Until John hit a home run in
in the third with a homer and Leppert In 7th; c-Singled for Plel In
homer in the the Athletics after 9th.
Tony Gonzalez' double drove Minnesota ............... 101 aoi aot-2
home John Herrnstein with an- i hit off Pena the second of Washing.* ............. 1M fit,le-4

other Phllly run in the fifth. triple by Dick E-Cottier. Versalles, Zimmer Allen. '
P Minnesota 24-7, 77-14.
Washington
drove in what
The Phillies got four more In first and DP-Zimmer. Cottier and Skowron; 20 Month Guarantee'BRAND
I be the wining run irlnkman. Cottier and Skowron; Osteen
the seventh off reliever Tom .Jrinkman, Cottier and Skowron. LOB-
fly in the sev Minnesota 10. Washington 14.
Sturdivant. Lock, 3B Rollins.HR .
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TALLAHASSEE It was red-hot in Florida's capital city. something. Well, Brown could be brutal when he wantedto already. You've been there." professional football, added this. "And no matter if the NFL

A nearby bank sign- registered the heat at the kind of blaZ- chew out a player. And he did; quite often. Both former FSU stars are high on the new American Foot- always" is the better league, it's certainly good for the play.

ing 99 degrees that likely' will mark the intensity, of the first "So in he comes, starts down the aisle with his brief case ers
Florida-Florida State football game here next Nov. 21. He didn't even get to his desk. When he saw me, he stopped Bright Future for AFL The mere mention 'of money and players apparently start-

Inside the hotel, thanks to the wonder of conditioned air, and pointed a finger, at me and said, 'Son,'yon ran out of gas ed the brain cells clicking for' Burt as the football confab
it.was cool Inside room 319, a sort of hospitality stop set up' on me ,out there yesterday. You quit,on me. You'd, ,better go ball League. "Give them a few: more years, Prinzi said, broke up. He headed for nearby Monticello where dogs

by the good people of Seminole, State, a trio of sportswriters all the way next. time:? "and they'll be able to' compete with the NFL. Right now, have been J known to run on occasions. And in the very first
were lolling around talking shop. Renn didn't make it 'with the Browns, going into the Cana- it's defense that is the difference. The NFL teams have play- race he spotted a friendly pooch with the comfortable name

dian League where,he had more success., Both he and Prinzl ed together so long that they instinctively know every move of "Burt's DeviL"
The majority of the scribes had hastened off to nearby agreed the first year is the key in pro football."If the other team is going to make. The AFL is still new, still
With the of the 99 degrees ", learning But they'll be there day." You know the rest Burt bet. Burt's Devil won. Another
golf courses for a few swings. thought you can stick that first season, Prinzi said, "you'remade. one
ever-present, the other trio, decided discretion was the The next year you come back .but you're somebody Reno, thinking of the big paychecks in today's setup of day, another 4120.. .

better part of valor and stayed behind. Two of the scribes can 1 r s 1 ,

be .identified,as Lonnie Burt of the St. Petersburg Times and

,Bob Bassine of the Orlando Sentinel.
McIntosh Man

Came a 'knock and the, password. The hospitality room ,is

1, not open to 'everyone. Some of the, thirstiest people in the .
world show up at football clinics. And to keep the FSU hospf-

tality money well from;going dry, the password was a must. Carves LuresOut
One of the scribes opened the door and two young men .

stepped inside. They identified themselves as Vic Prinzi

and Bobby Renn. Florida football fans who were at Florida .
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Field for the first grid clambake between the Gators and of Cedar'

Seminoles in 1958 need no introduction.

Prinzi played quarterback for Coach Tom' Nugent's club

that year. Reno was a halfback. They had a hand and foot, By GLENN STOKESSun

" too, in getting the rousing intra-state'series off to'an almost Outdoor EditorA
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: begins, "First catch your chicken. '." I

How It HappenedWith 1 If Ben Curry of McIntosh were
to write a book 'on how to catcha Dalton Special cross. This r i

that memory still fresh it was predestined that the Bass it' would probably be- hybrid I have dubbed the Curry

conversation eventually would encompass the day, the place, gin, "First get your cedar Special.The ta
the incident And so it did. tree." action of this first lure _

Curry is an aficionado of bass encouraged Curry to'fashion a
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What started it all was,a routine query by one of the writ- second, and a third and more.
ers. He asked if FSU had used every trick it planned for Florida fishing doityourselfer.About as well. as a confirmed They caught ,bass.. Fishermen

in that '58 contest talk. Due to these two eventualities -

Prinzi and Renn looked at each other,. smiled and shuddered. thought he three could years improve ago Curry the Curry's 'fish rfriends want-

"We didn't plan to, use many but we had to." And Reno action and hence fish-getting ed to try his lures. He obliged ;i
them and in turn
added, "When Vic (Prinzi) got hurt, our whole game plan power of the popular Creek .they experi-
enced success with his lures. .,
"
went out the window. Chub darter, (a top-water lure And fisherfriends talk. __

Prinzi took up the conversational thread."I for bass). At this point there was a
He sat down with his
used to shake in my shoes every Monday morning pocketknife demand for Curry's handcarved -
and chunk of wood and
when I reported to the squad meeting. Always wonderingwhat a lures and it was profitablefor a ap
Coach Nugent had dreamed up over the weekend. And whittled out a copy of the'darter. him to make more lures al' L
S 3 J
To this he added two
he sure could dream up some dizzy plays. copy than he or his friends could
modifications he placed the

front pin, which attaches to the use.He
began selling this surplusof
line in the mouth
fishing grooveon
lures All the while and
the darter it is
(
original to this day the carving of ?'.
: above the groqve on the upper r ., '.a
l mersteiDJ lures remained an avocation;
It) ,
surface of the "head") and
'< Curry is a mechanic by trade.
:
f added a spinner in front of the
St'irSMW.' ., ).,\ ..:.,:-"" ,, last gang of hooks. Streamlined

., it" _. _ l The result was a hybrid lure After awhile Curry stream- 4'2 (

from a Creek Chub darter lined and improved his lure

manufacturing process by

"Yes," Renn recalled, "they were dizzy plays. But the chucking his ,roughed-out lure

funniest thing about them is that?they worked." Hot Cincy in an electric drill and sandingit
into its final shape. In addi- PSx wr
Prinzi ,bounced back. "They sounded great, those plays, tion the air-brush replaced the
when you first listened to them. But as the week wore on, a Routs ColtsIn hand-brush for painting the

whole week to think about them, you started worrying your- lures.

self sick about them, especially if you were the quarterback Curry also builds boats in his

involved. And I was. 6-1 Tilt spare time. To date he has built T.
remember that kickoff play we used in the 4s
"You
probably .
three boats, and he has con-
Florida game," Prinzi asked. "We had all kinds of variations.We ". HOUSTON (AP) Bobby tracts to build more boats in

faked handoffs, pitchouts, even had long passes on them. Klaus and John Edwards drovein the future. For
a 14-foot boat _ _ _ _ _ yy&
two runs each Saturday as with live well he asks $125.
Plan Got Scrapped
Game Cincinnati trounced Houston 6-1 For any of you doityourselfers -
for its eight victory ,in the last who would like to "roll your :*> 1< l :' ..JK' :A:
raced 80 yards before .
the Gators, Reno nearly
Against 10 games. own" bass plugs here the
are
Jimmy 'Dunn, Gator quarterback playing safety, outmaneuvered which From the Bottom Up
steps Curry follows in
a trio of blockers and made the tackle. FSU went rightin Klaus hit his first major
to scoreanyway and grabbed an early 7-0() lead. league home run in the fourth manufacturing the Curry Spe- Ben Curry of McIntosh has a business of his own whittling fishing lures out of cedar. At top right

with none on, then tripled across cial.First 'above, Curry shows the stages in the preparation of the plug body; at top left, he roughs-out a Curry
"Our game plan was to"stay with the "I" formation, Reno Steve Boros in the/eighth, Ed- a straight-grained cedar Special; at middle'right, the plug body is chucked In the electric drill to be sanded; at bottom left, he

. revealed. "But Vic got hurt and we had to change" every- wards belted three singles, send- 2 x 4 is selected. Curry says, paints 'the yellow spots on a frog-patterned Special with' an air brush; and finally at bottom right, the
started using all the fancy stuff. "cedar is best because it won't
thing. Then we
finished
ing home two runs in the third. frog-patterned Specials are on display. nun Photos by Tommy UID
waterlog and it is "
Prinzi had a premonition about the play on which he was Jim Maloney won his fourth 8-foot 2x4 sells for light. An
which I to the side fakeda game in 11 decisions, scattering about 60
injured. "It was a play in stepped cents.
(
whether Romeo (end six hits. He walked two and Approximately 75 plugscan .
quick, pass and then, depending on be made from this length All-Stars 47 Strong
Tony Romeo) blocked his man inside, pitched out on a sweep. struck out four. 2x4.) ,

The play worried me. I just didn't feel right with it. The Colts scored in the firston The 2 x 4 is next cut into
Al Spangler's triple and Bob
"So when we tried it, I stepped out to fake, Romeo missed -. Aspromonte's single. short sections .. .allowing for

the block. There was room to the left, I saw that. But The Reds evened the score in enough extra length to chuck it

" here came Asa Cox barreling in. And tha was .it. I got clob- the second as they loaded the in a drill. The sections are split Boast Passing Running
into blocks. From each blocka
. bered. bases on singles by Edwards, ,
plug is O'CHICAGO
roughed-out with <
a
Leo Cardenas and Boros. Ed-
Prinzl spoke ,,admiration when Nugent's name popped pocket knife. The
roughedoutplug
into the chat. "I used to go to sleep when an assistant coach wards scored when Maloney I is then chucked in drill (AP-A 47-player Star squad last year handed the Fla., Arizona State and unbeaten -Jack Concannon of Boston Col

got up to lecture us," he',said. "But when Coach Tom was forced Boros at second. Ed- i and sanded with size Fine a sand- collegiate<<; squad, ,with emphasison Green Bay Packers a stunning national champion Texas,

the speaker, we hung on every word. He kept us all eager. wards put the Reds ahead to paper into its final shape. The passing and big running 0-17 setback.. each will be represented by two lege.Two other quarterbacksMississippi's .

"That was one thing we had," Renn said. "Morale. 'We stay in the third.. Vada Pinson mouth is then notched out backs selected Among' the 33 schools ,repre- players.. Perry Dunn and
of else. But we wanted to cracked his seventh homer for 'was Saturdayto sented the and tal- Graham himself 'a. former
were too small for much anything II face the on brawny Texas' Duke Carlisle, most like-
Play." Cincinnati in the seventh. White PaintA champion Chicago ented squad, Southern California star passer for the Cleveland ly will be used defensively.The .
Bears of the National Football
Hal (Skinny) Brown sufferedhis base coat of white paint Ohio State and Iowa Browns and now coach of the
in the 31st All-Star foot- heft of the squad is reElected
Dangerous. and Double-Teamed .seventh defeat'agamst, just is applied. Upon drying this is'League lead in contributions with' three! UJ5. 'Coast Guard team, selected '
one victory.CINCINNATI ball game fa Soldier Field Fri- fa the fact that 24 of the
followed each. three sharp pitching
the quarter
by
;
Renn was considered so dangerous ,by UF scouts in 1958 HOUSTON job. In the frog-pattern finishing Specials paint, I day night, Aug. 7., Eight other schools, including] backs. They are Miami's: 47 all-stars weigh is 230 pounds Ken or

that Florida's game plan ,was to detail double coverage: to Klaus 2b aBrhbi 1122 Spargler cf abrhbi 4120 green paint is sprayed over the The squad was picked by I I Pittsburgh, Nebraska, Michigan -!, George Mira, Southern Cali more.Kortas,Biggest University 290-pound of Louisville
the FSU back whenever' set out as a flanker. One time, Harper If 5110 base coat This is followed by'I Coach I Ot ? Roberts Ib 4000 tackle. Other
Pinson cf 5121 typical pro types
Reno took a ,cross-field pass and punted, a maneuver,that Coleman Ib 5020 Bond If 3000 yellow and black. Curry
recom Bob
Brown
would have set Florida far back had it worked.. But Renn's Robinson rf 51 1 0 Asprc'nte 3b 101 1 are 260-pound
I
Edwards c 4132 Staub rf 4010 ,mends enamels over lacquers. guard from Nebraska; tackles
effort, harried Boros 3b 4120 Bateman C 1000 now pleasing-to. Bice Paces LocalsIn Carl Eller and Jim Moran of
Hope
managed a runback. Maloney p 3001 Brown Crete c 0000 2000 the-eye plug operational it Idaho, and end Mel Profit of
Renn. p
tale from
The word runback. evoked remarkable'
Owens 1000 needs to be .
p hung with hardware UCLA, all scaling 255.
The Seminole speedster was draftedby; the Cleveland Browns Wynn 1010
after his FSU,finale and reported to the Ohio team in 1959. Trials 44IHt Jones Trials p Ml-0000 41 spinner.: pins. cups hooks and For receivers, Graham chose
This incident took place in the exhibition season. Singled for Owens In 7th. St. Augustine SwimBOYS such swift and big targets as
inclnaatl ............... t2 100 111-4 Curry orders all his hardware Hal Bedsole and Willie Brown
The other team
"I was sitting on the bench this game.. HowstM ................. 100.000 090_1ENone. from Herter's. The i
heard the coach Paul Brown) cost of materials of Southern California; Vern
was getting ready to' punt. I ( P0-Cincinnati 27-7. Houston
yell, 'Renn.' We had two of us that year. Junior Wren and 274. LOR Cincinnati 11. Houston 7. for each plug Curry estimates ST. AUGUSTINE-Bice Hope Pam Moore, Leslie Sloan, Clau- Burke of Oregon State; Dave
.. myself. I thought he wanted him. He called 'Renn' again. I Klaus.SB-Pinson.Pinson.38 SB-Spongier.-Robinson.Klaus.S-Brown.Maloney. HR-. to be 25 cents. :placed in all five events he dia Smith and Gladys Cofrin, Eight-and-under Parks of Texas Tech and Al

looked up, he said, 'Yes,'you. Go in and ma back the punt' IP H R ERBBSOMaloney. Last year he turned out.over I entered plus two relay teams first place. 25.meter breaststroke Aus- Krause of Iowa.

Renn shoo, his head. "I was scared.. I went in and W. 4-7. 1 1 2 ABrOWfto 500 Curry Specials. They sell here I, yesterday to pace Gaines- 100 meter medley relay tin Crevasse, sixth. Parks was No. 1 choice In the

thought to myself, I hope they kick it to Ray (Renfroe, a Owens L Ia.323.... h1 ( 4 1 4 1 0 3 2 'for $1 apiece at least, they ville entrants in the St. Augus- Moore, Sloan, Smith, Cof riD, 9-10 National Football League draft

halfback). If they kicked it to me, aU I intended to do was Jcnes.U-Sudok:Pryor.:.... 2 Secory 2 Burkhart.1 1 :T-2 did three weeks ago when I tine Invitational junior swim second place. 200 meter freestyle relay last December and Concannonwas

signal for a fair catch." And here Renn demonstrated, raising 2:11..A-7.11t. got two of them. meet.-. 25 meter freestyle Leslie Ross Zeanah, Brice Edmondson first pick in the American

his right hand, looking up at an imaginary football de The youngster also set a meet Sloan, second. Steve Gresham, Lee Coates, Football League draft
scending. record in the,100 'meter'butter- Leslie sixth. Graham assembles his squadat
25 meter butterfly -
LA State's Gary Johnson fly with a time of 1:09.5 in his Sloan first; Claudia Smith, 13.14 Northwestern University in

It Worked Differently 13-14 jrear age group. He finish- sixth. 200 meter freestyle relay Evanston, El., on July 16.
ed second in the 100 meter backstroke I CHICAGO (AP)-The collegiate SQUad
Whit Courtney Robert Scott
# Wins NCAA 9-10 named Saturday for the |*M All-Star
Tennis
"But it didn't work that way at all. I was on our fiveyardline. Meet third in both the 200 '200 medley relay Martha Bice Hope, Jimmy Barkley, toot&ail gam* with the champion Chicago

The punt was a line drive thing. It took a high bounce meter individual medley and Else, Cindy Cross, Laura Had- fifth at Bears Soldier e* the Field National Friday iwght Football Aug.League 7.ENDSH :

right at me. I grabbed .it on the dead run, started upfield, GREENCASTLE, Ind. (AP- by beating' Larry Malin and 100 meter freestyle and fourthin 'Jut Powers, fifth. 280 meter medley relay I 8ec o1e, Southern Calrfor
ley, &a; Vern Burke. Oregon State Tad Davit -
got blocking, went here and there, ran it back 9O-some yards, Gary Johnson of Los Angeles Nick Breit of San Fernando the 50 meter individual medley 11.14 Courtney, Scott,. Hope Barkley, Georgia Tech Ed L. ttIMner, Michigan
got into a big pileup near the goal line and was stopped on State defeated Bob Sprengel- State 6-1, 75. and 100 meter freestyle and 200 meter freestyle relay = sixth. Prom State, David UCLA;Parks.George Texas Seals Tech Missouri) Mel*
the one. meyer of Southern Illinois for Team scores for the tourna- fourth in the 50 meter freestyle. Edie Cofrin Matt Snorton Michigan State Billy Trvtx.outsiane
Elizabeth Pooley ,
50 meter freestyle B ice State Dave WUcox Oregon.
-
"Of course the offensive team went in and Jimmy Brown the singles championship Saturday ment: Hope also swam on the 200 Crow Dixie Cox, third. TACKLES-George Bednar. Notre
waited over from there.. He came out came over to me, enabling his school to tie meter freestyle relay which Daryl Hope, fourth. Dame Don Conner, Miami. FILl, Can
Pooley filer Minnesota Tom Michig
200 medley relay Keating -
patted me on the back and said 'Nice going, Bobby. That's Southern Illinois for the team Southern Illinois and Los Angeles finished fifth and the 200 meter ''third. 100 meter backstroke Bice U Km KartM. LautevWe; James Moran -

.... making it easy for me. Cap'on Paul's going to like that title in the NCAA college division State 12 each; Kalamazoo medley relay which was sixth. Cofrin 50 meter, Crow freestyle, Cox, Cofrin, Hope, second; Robert Scott RDs-ErnJe. Idaho; Roger PiUatft BorghetU Wisconsin.Pittsburgh

"So I sat on bench some more. And in the third quarter tennis tournament 8, Redlands, Calif.7, Santa, Leslie Sloan, daughter of Uni- sixth. Bob Brown, Nebraska Dick Ever_; Ten.
I, got fa again for another punt. This time I ran all over Johnson won 8-;, 4-6, 7-5. Barbara 7, Idaho State 6, San! versity of Florida basketball fifth- 15-7 100 meter freestyle Bice Reilly nessee Iowa Watty Hatch Hilgenberg.RosdahL 1 Per; Stale Mike;

the field for :75. yards, got tackled 'again and Was downed The doubles 'championship Fernando and Long Beach. coach Norman Sloan, set a new 100 meter breaststroke Diane Hope, third. ,Lloyd CENTERS VMS-Nebraska.Ralprt Baker, Penn SlaIn
about the three-yard line. In goes the offensive team Brown went to Don Gaynor and Lee State, 5 each; Grove City, Pa., record in the. girls' eight-and- Scott fifth. 100 meter butterfly Bice Ken Bowman Wisconsin Ray Kgfctia*
walks in again for another touchdown."He Reid of Santa Barbara State, 3, Wheaton 4, Ball State and under 25 meter butterfly. Miss Hope, first Texas QUARTERBACKS AIM; Jim Morris- Pail Holy Beatna/d Cross. ,

comes back over to me and says, 'Hey, you and I who defeated Dick Johnson and Depaul, 2 each; Williams 1. Sloan turned the distance in 21.9 200 meter individual medley Southern Boston Colleges California George* Jack Mire. Miami Concannon FI..

are going to get along real fine. I'll put in a good word for George Smillie of Kalamazoo in compared to the. old mark of When George Izo, and Bobby -Bice Hope, third. I HALFBACKS-WU1N Brown SouthernCsHorMai

: you with Cap'un Paul.Front the final round 7-5t 6-L Z3.%.. Mitchell of the'Washington Red- 15-17 Dulu Carlisle Ode, Texas Barrett Perry Mississippi Dunn State Mississippi

Gaynor and Reid gained the Terry Barr of the Detroit,, Forest Hope place in three skins combined; on a- 99-yard: 50 meter freestyle Forest .ooney.; Oklahoma Paut Krause.; Paul Iowa Martha Joe, Pittsburgh Don
i and Center-Brutal title match with an 3-6, 6-2 Lions and Gary Collins of the I events in the 15-17 boys group touchdown pass play in 1963 Hope, fourth. ; Jerry Richardson West TexasStates

1 semifinal victory over Roy Cleveland Browns each caught for another top performance. they tied' a 24-year-old National' 100 meter backstroke For Taylor, George Arizona Rose Slate; Auburn Dick Van Charles Raap

\ .xfThe next morning, Sunday was squad meeting day. So Sprengelmeyer and Francisco 13 touchdown passes to lead the I GIRLS Football League record set by est Hope third. [horse st.t.. Ohle State Paul WarfleUt Ohio

I'm sitting there front and, center in the first row. 'I've Castillo of Southern Illinois. National Football League in .Eigat-and-oader. Frank' Fflcbock and Andy Far-: 200 lndividualmedley Forest FULLBACKS-Tommy Crwtcher, Texas

got it made. I'm waiting for coach 'to come in and say Johnson and Smillie. advanced 1963. j 100( meter .freestyle relay -i I kas of the Pittsburgh Steelers.! Hope fourth.' "_, < Christian Mali.SntI1*.,Tony Ohio Lofick SUta.tt ., Arizona Stataj

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I Off TomorrowThe Pest Control rolledto issue. Lewis and Scruggs both Two of the Midget races are

a 28-1 win over Kirkpatrick: had four hits each. Terry Andrews showing signs of being run-

& Pierson in a makeup gamein homered for the losers. aways as Gainesville Shopping

i The Gainesville High School beginning at 9:30: on both Tuesday 4' Rebel League play Fridayat Lions and Carlos Hope, who Center is 7-1 in the Rebel cir-

summer basketball program, and Thursday nights. lea % cYy i Y City Park. The game originally played a 13-13 tie last, Monday ciut with a three-game lead
t s 3p'o : $. A Y r y,. aN7 at ,,, .:
under ? .rat
the direction of Coach The sophomores will play two $ v was scheduled last in a National League game at and First National Bank is 6-1

John Raper, kicks off tomorrow games each on Tuesday and week. Kirby Smith picked up where in the Western with a two-

f I morning with registration and Thursday nights starting at 7 The winners got 21 runs in they left off. Lions won 14-13 game lead.

organization of teams. and 8:15. the third inning to settle the as Jim Latsko stole home for

The program will consist of Any boy who has not regis- the run that determined the'
I three tered in of the three K-krfrkk 4 Plea PU. Pest CUt,..
leagues junior high, any leaguesand abrl>> abrS victory. Build Your Own
sophomore and senior and desires to play may sign Pelt ?b 100 Andrews 1b' 353
Thompson rf O. 0 Scruggs 3b 4 t1
I will run five days a week. up Monday at the' ,respective Mote |b>> 100 Munroe d 523 BEAUTIFULYARD

The junior high loop, made playing times. Casey Davie c*s 200 111 Yates Lewis p ss 422 344 Carol Mann

I up of boys who will be in the This week's schedule: Freeman p 1 00 Garretnb 1 31
? .. Franklin 3b 1. 0 Condo If 322 FENCE
seventh and ninth Senior League ii ii mf\m\ mmmmmMnmm\mm\ miimmm H |g >i ii i i > MI*i"1 IMP- -i>i umi IH'iUMaaiOMJjaBBajBJtOjmJBl'
eighth Abrams d 100 Raper c 222
t grades this coming year, meets Monday GHS team I vs. Buddy Baseball's BearsPictured Thomas If" 100 100 Leland Dampier rf rf 121 100Mallard Takes Lead

each day from 8:30: ajn. to 12 PKY team 6 at 7 p.m.; GHS McCloud 000 Hearn rf 111 I

( noon. team 2 vs. PKY team 5 at 8:15; Tatais Leopard 10 000 1 1 Totals si 2*13 i
above is. the Bears team in the Jaycee Buddy Baseball League at In CarlingELLICOTT !
Each grade will play every GHS team 3 vs. Santa Fe team Florida Pest Control 4(2l)-ziKlrkpatrkk
third'day. Instruction and dem 4 at 9:30.Tuesday. the Boys' Club. Front row (L-R) are Glen Moody, Ralph Treadway, Mark Hen- A PiersMi tl 1-1 -
) don Mike Rolfe and Bruce Upham. In back L-R Dan I
Whitney (
onstration on basketball fundamentals -' Hawthorne team Roger row ) are CITY Md. CAP) !

will take place from, 7 vs. Newberry team 8 at 9:30 Hogan, Donnie Crist, Chuck Snowden, Billy Aller, Jimmy Podgett, David Hard- NATIONAL. LEAGUE WLPd. -Carol Mann 'of 'Towson, Md. ;

8:30 to 9:30 each morning, with'pjn. ing and Allen Thompson.FreeScoring. Lions 62.750 shot a par 70 on the Turf Val From Well-Seasoned

league play following until noon. Wednesday GHS team 2 vs. Moose 4 4 4 4 ..500.500Chesnufs ley Country dub course Satur

PKY team 6 at 7 p.m.; GHS Carlos. Hope TIlls Week's Schedule 2. 6 .333 day for a 36-hole 142 total anda Western Cedar

Three Games team I vs. Santa Fe team 4 at Games Mark Tomorrow, Carlos Hope vs. Chesnufs three-stroke ,lead in the $10-
The senior league will have Tuesday Moose vs. Lions; Wednesday, 000)
8:15; GHS team 3 vs. Hawthorne demurs vs. Moose; Thursday, Carlos Lady Carling Open Golf
three games, starting at 7, 8:15 team 7 at 9:30. Hope vs. Lions. Tournament.The BOARDSIt's

and 9:30 on Monday and Wednesday Thursday PKY team 5 vs. AMERICAN LEAGUEW L Pet. 6-foot-3 blonde fired a 34

,. nights and one game, Newberry team 8 at 9:30. Church Softball Action GMIIe University Building City Lions Trades J S 2:3 .714.425 on the front nine of the ,45G-II

SophomoreLeague Hughes Supply 3 3 .500 yard course and came In with rl 4t
,
Baptist D.O.W. 1 .143: I
Tuesday PKY learn 3 vs. This Week's Schedule a 36.

Coca-Cola Westwood team 4 at 7; Buch- I Free-scoring games marked Games on Field No.. 2 saw Usher and Young led Park >.Tomorrow OW.j Tuesday.Hughes UC Supply Lions vs.vs.Building Baptist Clifford Ann Creed also shot I I Cheaper
holz team I vs. Howard TraM, Wednesday, Building Trades v. a 70 for a second-place total of
Bishop !Church League Softball actionat Kanapaha Presbyteriantrounce view with three hits each. Mc- Hughes Supply; Thursday, UC Lions vs. 145 in I Than
Takes. JuniorCilcuit team 2 at 8:15. City Park Friday night with Calvary Baptist 20-6, Millan had three hits for losing D.O.W. WESTERN which ends the 54-hole tournament. .r

Thursday Howard Bishop four of the six contests turning Parkview Baptist nipped First First Baptist. LEAGUEW L Pd. Sunday. You
team 2 First National Bank: t 1 .157 Sandra Haynie, who led the 1
vs. PKY team 3
at 7
; into slugging bees. Baptist 11.10 and Southside Combs had five for five to Fire Department 3 2 .600
I I.first round
Lead Buchholz team I vs. Westwood downed Latter Sudden Service Oil Co. :32 .600 with a 70, slipped to I Think
team 4 at 8:15.Angels. On Field No. 1, Highlands Baptist Day lead Kanapaha to its victory. University City Kiwanis 2 4 J33 76 Saturday and dropped into a 1
Presbyterian rolled over First'resbyterian Saints 82.Mullin Caker had four hits. Gliss and Plumbers This Union Week's Schedule 1 f 143: three-way tie for third with I

Coca-Cola took the Junior 19-3 and Wesley Bishop and Brownall Combs homered for the .winners Tomorrow, Fire Department. UnIversity Kathy Whitworth and I SEE US FOR
Judy j
League lead Friday by scoring Lose Methodist topped North Cen- had two hits each for First while Crosby and Ingramhad Service vs.City First Kiwanis National Tuesday Bank;,Wednes Sudden: Kimball at 146. They were fol-1 AN ESTJMATE

a 13-1 win over United tral Baptist 15-5. In the other Methodist. Weaver had three three hits each for losing day,, Thursday Plumbers, Union UC Kiwanis vs. Fire vs. Sudden Department lowed by Betsy Rawls at 147.

Commercial Travelers in a game played, First Methodist for Grace Presbyterian. Ing- Calvary. Service.
Mickey Wright, leading mon I
game at Harris Field. The Despite Two won from Grace Presbyterian. man had a homer for First Grace 000 010 2-3 7 i; DIXIE LEAGUEW L Pet. ey winner on the LPGA tour, McCOYBUILDING
contest was a makeup from Methodist. First Federal S :3 .625
83. 1st Mem>dist 230 300 x-811 CitiZens: Bank 4 4 .500 rebounded from a first round 76,
last Monday when the Ameri- Alexander, Allen and Car- Whitehouse and Johnson & Farls 4 4 .500 with 72 I
Myers; Logginsand a Saturday but remained SUPPLY
can Legion team used Harris penter had three hits each for North Central Baptist, 3 S J7J
Fregosi HRs Newell, Fagan. This Week's Schedule six strokes off the pace.
Field for a twin bill with Albany Highlands. Carpenter and McI. Tomorrow, North Central Baptist vs. Wilson I CENTER
Highlands 010 502 11-19 23 First Federal Tuesday, Citizens Bank Peggy shot a
Ga. DETROIT AP CITY LEAGUE Cloud homered for Highlands. VI. Johnson & Faris; Wednesday, First the. 157 hOIe-tn.1 NORTH MAIN
( ) Detroit, WLPd. I. 1st Presby 010 000 23 7 one on yard
:
Federal vs. Citizens Bank ,
In the other game played 14 1 .133 Walker, Manchue and .Tate Thursday AT 23rd BLVD.
powered Don Wert'and Budwelser but wound with
North two-round
by Dick 6 .600 Alexander and Canady, Douglas Central Baptist vs...Johnson & Fa- up a
Gainesville Wings
Florida National Bank had of hits for ris
Friday, a pair Wesley. .
McAuliffe the 4 11 J47 157.
whipped Los SChlitz Fletcher and REBEL ,
beat Knights of Pythias 134 Guy Cleveland 3 12 .200 i Andrews homered for the win ; Griesmeyer.North LEAGUEW L Pet.GVIIle .

as Spears tossed a no-hit con Angeles despite Angels pair 8-5 of Saturday THIS, WEEK'S SCHEDULE ners while Teuton, Strawn, Central 040 105 10 Shopping Center 7 1 .175 I I ______.___ .__ ___ IOffici
a two-run Tuesday Florida Pest Control 3 3 JOO
test, striking out 11. The game homers Jim 7:30, Budwelser vs. Guy Cleveland; Kenny and Maddox had two Wesley 087 Ox-1510 Life Underwriters 3 5 .15 .' y
by Fregosi. *, Wings vs. Schlltz. Mixon, Strawn and Maddox KIrkpatrick t Pierson | S .u
was called after four innings rapped his seventh Thursday hits each for losing North Cen- ; This Week's Schedule
. due to the one-run rule. Fregpsi 7:30 Wings vs. Budweiser, f. Guy Cle- Yates, Bryan and Galtanis. i Tomorrow, Kirkpatrick & Pierson vs.
and eighth homers off Tiger veand vs. Schlitz. tral.Leahy Pest Control, Tuesday Life Underwrlt- 3
Coke came from behind> to starter Dave Wickersham who BUSINESS LEAGUE Ogerturf Kitchens Kanapaha 6122135-2026 0 ers vs. Shopping Center; Wednesday,

win as Sheffield and Areneman allowed only five other hits'and Gainesville Live.(DIvUiM U 4 1 .157 and Smith had two hits each Calvary 204 000 0.6131( Thursday Pest' Control, Shopping vs. Center Life Underwriters vs. Kirkpat ..? '

had two hits each. Butcher boosted his record to 8-5. It was Hav-A-Tampa Ultllty Depart. 5 4 2 2.66'1.714 for Southside Baptist., Hall Cushman, Jones and Cake, rick & Pierson. A

had a no-hitter going for UCT the first tune in his career that CWA' 43.371 and Holder had a pair of hits Kenyon; Gibson and Johnson.
Post Office 3 3.500
until two were out in the fifth Fregosi hit two homers in one Publlx 3 4 .429 for LDS. First Baptist 003 220 3.1013 4 >a .
but gave way to Robbins. Sunnyland Packing. 1 4 ..143: Parkview 151 100 3-1113 Dick Lynch of the New York a:
game. Road Prison. 1 4 .143Dlvlsta :
The Bankmen can tie Coke Wert drove in three runs for ( 11)W Powell and Langford, Combs; Giants set a National Football atShoe
for the lead tomor L Pet. Americans League record in 1963 when he ,.w
by winning
the Tigers while McAuliffe Fulps Radiator 6 0 1.000 Hutcheson and Broyles, Ward.
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Cecea Celt U. C. T. McAuliffe also had a single anda Medical Students 2 5 Mi ;

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100.McLarln 1 01 singled for, one, run in 'the sev No. 2. Susman made it an American MENWOMENfrom
Jones rf 121 Andrews 3b 300Rlley Wednesday
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Bufford Ib 300 infield out before McAuliffe Penn Chem; ':30. Fulps vs. Gainesville the West of England Tennis now for U.S. Civil Service pass.Lincoln .
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CecM Cela Ml Ml 5-1J LOS ANGELES DETROITabrOW Prison; 9:30. Publix vs.Sunnyland Gainesville vs. Road Live Championships. the next 12 months. thousand prepare for these Hush Puppies from Youngsters Size 8'A (about
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Soxman c 2 2 0 Mathews lb-p 200 Clinton rt 4010 Cash Ib 3010 Saturday I They provide much; greater of its kind and is not connected Men's & Women's Golf Shoes About $12 to $14
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Chitty 2b 210 Bolles cf-lb. 1 0 0 Adcock Ib 4111 Demeter W 4 2 21 7.30 Utility Dept. vs. Hav-A-Tampa; Fred McMillan, young South security than private employment with the Government. '
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Martin If 111 Smith" Ib 1 00 Smith p 2000Oullba Latter Day Saints 4 1 JOO. Calif., triumphed over Fran- specialised education or exout coupon and mail at once
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Knights of Pythias 1 J .333 i McAuiiffe. SB-Kaline. SF-Lumpe, Wert.SWickersham. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE (DA list of U.S. Govenment positions and salaries; (2)) Information GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
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united Comm. Travelers 1 2 .333 Flrday obviously was
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Strickland Got 'Education'! From Tebbetts'e





> New Srnrk (Tinira n't have a ,regret. George has kept the Tribe ,In the upper then 53. In .the ninth the Angels fill the bases with one

ARTHUR DALEY part of the standings ever since opening day. out and 'I'm wondering if I should yank Kralick. While I'm

By "I've enjoyed managing this ball club," said Strickland, making'up my mind, I walk to the water cooler. Just in

NEW YORK The 1963 season had just ended and the! "even though little of it has been as I visualized it before I back of it and hiding in the runway is Birdie. '

time had come for parting. George Strickland, coach of the took over. When I was a coach I'd think and plan what I'ddo 'You shouldn't leave. that fellow ,in there,* he says.

Cleveland Indians, 'was making his farewells and the last in various situations but I never had to carry them, Birdie when
Albie Pearson
"'Well I start to slaps
say
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man ,he approached was his boss, Birdie"Tebbetts, the Tribe through. It was like being in a dream world, 'where life
Into a bang-bang double-play and we've won the game.
manager.. Strickland stuck out his hand. was beautiful because I never had to do a doggone thing '
'A smart meathead grumbles Birdie but I
are can
"Thanks for the education,"lIe said and meant every wordof about it."Being. you ,

by.it a : it, the manager, though, brings you down to earth see 'bow pleased he is, 'You never would have won the

The education had begun that spring It started in the fast. You become conscious of things that didn't enter your game if I hadn't come into the runway to give you. good

: airport at New Orleans where Strickland had boarded 'a mind previously. For one thing, you become more aware of advice.! "

for the Indian base in Tucson. Hardly, was the craft
plane As coach concentrate
your own personnel. you on the one
Strickland is animated fellow and his admiration for
airborne when engine trouble developed and a landing ,was an
segment of the team assigned to in case the in-
: you, my his old boss is manifest in word he speaks."I .
.4 f:4: : .b.. made with all passengers asked to rebook on later flights.It fielders. every

A was then that George discovered that Birdie had been.. on "But now I find myself thinking in the fifth inning who had another occasion this year," he continued, "whenI
R the same was able to make like a genius without Birdie's help
plane.
THE TEACHER my hitters will be in the seventh Your entire perspective
BIRDIE TEBBETTS (L R) WAS Listened Learned They started to talk. The later planes left. They still talk. changes. Last year I could ask Birdie, why he did this or' Wevwere" losing in Kansas City, 2 to 1, in a late inning andI

George 'Strickland ( ) ed. The afternoon: waned and ,Birdie decided to stay over in or why he did that. He would answer freely. Now I' haveto realized I'd soon have to do some line-up juggling that

New' Orleans with both leaving together the ,next day. So furnish my own answers and. make my own decisions. would 'require a relief pitcher. So I phoned Early Wynn in

Strickland phoned home. "It's odd how you arrive at them. I discovered this last the bullpen to get someone warmed up.

AL Boxes "Hello honey:" said his wife. "How was the trip to ,Tucson
season when r had to take in Just before
Friday over one game. 44 'Early,' I began 'Here's what I want you do do. Waita

? he went to.the plate to lodge a protest with the umpire, minute.'
"I wouldn't know," said her devoted spouse. "I didn't Birdie handed me the line-up card.

Night Game WASHINGTON- CHICAGO all r,b bi NEW YORK, ab r h N,*. make it. I'm still in New' Orleans because I ran into Birdie _" 'What's this for?' I said. "Just then Leon Wagner hit a two-run homer.

MINNESOTA brkbi abrhbi Landis 'cf 40 Kubek ss 4220 at.the airport and we never did leave What, a talk I ,had 'I'm about to be thrown out,' -he'-said, 'I can't stand 'Forget it, Early,' I said, another momentous problem
Versants U 5 2 41 Blas'ame 2b 5 1 21 Weis 2b ,4010 Rlch'dson 2b 41 1 0Robson with him!" I "
d 4121 more. ,, neatly solved for me. ,
Rollins 3b 4011 Kennedy b3 4000 If-r 4020 Mantle any
Oliva rf 5 0 2 1 Hln10n If 5010 Hansen ss All 0 Lopez If 0000 Profound is Tebbetts' knowledge of baseball and no one Strickland insists that he merely is following Birdie's care-

Killebrew Hall cf If 3 5 a 1 0 2 1 0 Kino Phillips rf 111 3001 100 Ward H'sh'ger 3b rf 3000 4020 Tresh Marls If-cf rf 4013 4110 Is more articulate than he in propounding his theories. So The. Hidden Visitor"So fully prepared battle plans. But it must be assumed that he

Allison 1b A 31 01 1 0 0 Lock Brumley cf c 4120 4010Battey Fisher cBuford p 0000 10 0 0 Pepitone Blanchard lb c 41 3 0 1 2 2 0 Strickland listened to the master all season long, asked has made some solid contributions on his own. He has' been

Allen 211 e A 12 2 Brinkman IS 412 0 McCraw Ib- 1000 Llnz, ss 3000 questions and learned plenty. It's just as well that he did. he was tossed .out with Jack Kralick pitching. I doing so well as a fill-in that he may .yet cash in his rain-
:3000
A GO 0 Koch. 1000Ridzik bMinoso 1001 Hamilton p .
Pl5cual p P P 0000aValentine Cun'ham 'Ib 2000 was in charge as our lead shrank from 4-1 to 42and check profitably in the future.
1 a a 0 Carreoo C 4010 I No Long Search .
Rudolph P 0000brimmer Buzhardt p 0000 ,
1000 cN'tney' 0000 ,
Bridges P 0 0 00 Baumann p 1 0 0 0 On 'April 2 this spring a severe heart attack Invalided Rotary ,Faces
cSkIWron 1 a 0 0 Nicholson If 2000 I
Totals 37 113 J Totals 313'" 12 b- I Totals a-W.lked 351 for 91 Buzhardt Totals In 3rd 33;6116 b- Birdie and knocked him out of the dugout, probably for the b- .:a- =:. :'..a---==::. ::: .:

Popped a-popped out for oui"w Rudolph in Ttti -Grou Grounded out for McCraw In 4th; c- rest of the season. Gabe Paul, the smart young presidentof Twin Test In 5 -

ed out for Bridges In tth. Fanned for Fisher In 9th. the Indians, did not search long for a successor. He immediately T4i:

Minnesota .........,....... ." 2M 100-5wamingtea Chicago ................... ooo 100 ooo--l
_........_._ OOP CM eo-I New York ................ IN 005 Kx--I appointed Strickland as acting manager and does- Major LeagueRotary Ir"r.: .
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E Versalles. PO-A-Minnesota 17-4 Robinson. PO-A Chicago 24-3: New ----r:' .. loran...a0u" +.,-. "(!0 L; ._..""" ;'it... 'f U. 1 iJlilr---
Washington 27-9. DP-Lock and Blasin- York 27-13. DP Richardson. Kubek Club has an. opportunity t... are !& .Ilral'' Alto ; .-. ..!lllolt. 'fd ,"-
game. LOB-Minnesota 12. Washington !. and Pepitone Hanse Weis and McCraw. i }i w >'u( -- f\aSf.-..
-Versalles. -Versalleu SB-Oliva. LOB Chicago 5,. New York 3. Griffith to scramble the Major E-t--J.1 tJ-= = : .r.:1.Ioo."S;: :. -=-
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SF-Allen Klllebrew Phillips 28 Weis, Kubek. HR-Pepitine. Keeps baseball this .
IP H R ER II SO IP H R ERBBSO League race --.ta ;..raiKHwwiw p.w'w !- --, s "j' imlW_..__
Pascual W.5.2.5 0 3 3, A A Buzhardt ........2 :3 1 1 0 0 week in a pair of games at s....-..-- -w.l i2A. A --
Koch. U12..... 31.3 A A A 3 2 Baumann L. 0-1 ..313 7 5 5 0 1 saMiM=-=:-... 1" *
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Rldzlk ........;. 1232 0 0 0 11 Fisher ..........22-3 0 0 0 0 1 Harris- Field. -- ?ft"p SS ;. 4 SB "
Rudolph ........ 2 3 1 1 1 2 Hamilton W. 4-0 :.' 5 1 1 1 1 The Rotarians'can tie Ki- N..v.:: : ::::uiiw r- -s r _...-...."'.
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Bridges .........2 A' 0 1 0 U-Soar,' Salerno. McKinley Chylak. T His Title 31 6 I 1o1ht11B0 r..,Atrttt + =
PB-Bromley. Battey. U-Stevens, Vat-' -2:05. Again wanis for the loop lead whenit =:.+bna'arsoa't .. 1 A 11r tu t'', 71 1 ...fillieli JI.-.y.hK..wsI010 LI11....-_.la,. _.....
entlne, Napp. Rice. T-2:54.' A-15,575. Night Gima ,-..-- .:" ...... 'At..............-- -- -=." ."
plays Elks Tuesday at 5:30: ... .. -
Night Cam I CHICAGO NEW YORK z. ------- Iiiiiiii.__ --
KANSAS CITY CLEVELAND all r h bi ab r h bi provided they win. Then on ;::....';:...-.. ..-=:. .... -- ._- --......-.....-----51
abrhbi abrhbi : Landis cf 4000 Kubek ss 4112 a = ... --r- -
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Referee Harry Krause scoredit Sr :: r- ; -
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Causey ss 5020 Howser ss Wels 2b 3010 Rlch'ds'n 2b 41 0 0 Thursday night Rotary plays .. -
Edwards c S 01 0 DaviUllo d 31 1 0 Robinson rf 4 01 0 Mantle cf :3011 New'York's Emile Griffith remains 69-67 for Griffith, Jijdge John currently-leading Kiwanis at -- ':,' !fJ.t! r ii--= t! .. P!..... -"'
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If 4121Colavito
Charles 3b ADO Wagner Hansen rf :301 OaGonzalez If 00 0 0 ...
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rt 3 0 0 0 Chance rf-lb 4012 Ward 3b 4000 Lopez If 0000 the welterweight cham- Romero had it 70-68 for Griffith =-alp a.a--P.t-* t =: 1 ::.: -'.eql Yy.R?-.= .. d = .. Ii-. :.--a'..Mli

Gentile Mathews Ib cf 2000 3000 Whitfield Held rf Ib ADO 0000 McCraw Nicholson Ib If 4 2000 0 0 0 Marls Tresh If-cf rf 3000 3010 pion of the world after outpoint and the dissenting vote came 7:30.Kiwanis has a 3-1 loop markto :: -, eta lalt .II..... ....t.S 001 s ;-..::t: t' ..mow.. w.... war J'i J-.t. ,.err_ r.-.'+ ir a 111s1hs11/-..
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Wolcik If ADO Romano' c 2020 bMinoso 1000 Pepitone lb A 0 0 0M'Nertney ing top challenger Luis Rodriguez from Judge David Zenoff, 71-70 2.1 for and Ex :s- ._ .__ ,
Green 2b 3000 Alvis 3b 4000 c 3 01 0 Howard c 3 0 1 C I Rotary t-s- --v-.Jtii-- -
Segul p 2010 Brown 2b 3000 Mossl p 0000 Llnz 3b, 2110 and the pattern of their for Rodriguez. change. The latter also can :
aWllllams 1000 McDowell p 3 01 0 Horlen 1000 Ford p :3010 'r 4 e5 +ah (1 E IBIBf .
p remains L .
long ring rivalry un- '
w ;: rlrle 1 Sri
Wyatt p 0000 Carreon c 1000 There knockdownsand move into the middle of the ;r: t e y.r w1t i "'F .rp 4111
bAlusik 0000 Totals 3016 0 Totals 29 3 t 3 changed.The .were no race by downing Boys' ,Club -;.......,.... 01 sg ,.l.; ... -11.... -<,:..OK, ... ...
Totals 31 110 Totals 31 3 7 3Filed a-Ran for Mantle In 6th; b-Gorundedout the only damage was a J.- ,
out for Seoul in 7th; b-Hit for McCraw In 9th. outcome brought on a ( tomorrow, night. Wins for both
ball for Wyatt In th.Kasas .' slight eye cut suffered by Rod-
by pitched Chicago ................. 000 ooo ooo-* giant beef from the Cuban'scamp Rotary and Exchange would t ilia., wl erls 151 -t AE X14 r.51I. IIIInail S
City ......,.r ... aoa CM MtCleveland __ Now York ............;... 000 003: OOx-:3 and, as has been the cus- riguez in the second round. The '" ?snle.ps' .,,, 4. *eBlt 11plklly x 15e Itl ,
................ 001: 000 00 -I wound mended and create a three-way deadlockfor w. 'wr'bl tts1; ----.1iIitIj ay? ttl .... Rflggg
was never :. .h. !IiIII
E-Mantle. Hansen. PO-A Chicago 24- tom in all of their four fights -
E-Charles. PO-A Kansas City 24-12 the .. -
top spot. --IIIj .
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Cleveland 275. LOB-Kansas City 12 11. New York 27-12. DP-Hansen andMcCraw there was a split decision. reopened. .. -=-
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; Weis Hansen and McCraw. LOB .
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Cleveland 7.2B.Edwards. .
SB-Rom.no. Chicago 7, New York 6. Meeting for the third time in MAJOR LEAGUEW .-. : .. ,..= ,
Griffith who lost the title to o \
IP H R ER II SO 2B-Weis. Howard Llnz Mantle. HR- Pet. ......:s------- ... <<, lir.ii-....:;:
Segul. L. 4-4 .... 6 7 3 3 2 5 Kubek. S-Weis, Horlen. little more than a year with the Rodriguez in New York last Klwanli 3 1 .750 f ,-.: s*.. .... ,>.., .. ., ... III i ""
Wyatt ........,... 2 a 0 0 1 0 JP rf R ER II SO title stake Griffith and Rod- Rotary 2 1 .667 '" .... 1:0. :- "' McDowell. W. 3-0 t 4 0 0 0 5HPB.by Horlen L, 4-3 .... 4 A 3 2 1 2 a March and got it back in the Exchange Club 2 1 .667 f. _.. \J!_ --
Mossl ...........2 2 0 0 2 0Ford. their nationally televised Boys' Club 1 2 .333 -
McDowell. Colavito Aluslk riguez kept think \ -
same city in June didn't < ; 'Iji
W. 8-1 ... f A 0 0 2 5 Elks I > .000Tuesday
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U-Drummond. DiMuro
WP-Segul. Umont 15-rounder in the Conven- This Week's Schedule -- ... --
P.parellaT.2:36.. A5,625.Night HBP-By Horlen (Marls) U-Salerno, there was any question about .
Came McKinley. Chylak Soar. T-2.04. A- '. .....
BALTIMORE BOSTON 38,135. I tion Center ,close all the way.Boxes who won this one. 5:30, Elks vs. Rotary; 7:30. Boys' Cluh .3. 1; --.. ,
Echange. ,
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Brandt cf 4010 Schilling 2b 3110 "Rodriguez seemed to lack t .. 1',.,.', .J,_.__>. S...
Aparicio SS 4000 Mantilla If "
Bowens If 4110 Conigllaro d All 4112 1 the; zing-zing he usually has. 'I .j\'f. '. :$1Iiii!

Siebern Robinson Ib 3b. 4 4110 1 2 3 Malzone$tuart Ib 3b 4000 1000' FridayPITTSBURGH l'{IL hurt him under the body. But Air Condition <. --s. .....

Kirkland rf 2000 Williams 3b 31 0 0 don't take anything away from
Haddix p 1000 Thomas rf 4010 R
bGaines loa Bressoud. 2211 him, he's a good fighter. NOW ;
Adair 2b 40 1 0 Tlllman c 2122 CHICAGO NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA ; <, .
Brown c 4010 Morehead p 3 01 1 ab r b bl>>1 ab r h bi abrhbi abrhbi "I thought I won," declared .< _.
Barber p 0000 Alleys* 4 01 OStewart ss 3100 HIckman cf 5241 Rolas ss 4000 -- -
Stock p 1 0 0 0.Johnson. Virdon cf All 0 Brock rf All 0 Krane'o'l Ib 3 21 1 Allen 3b 4111 Rodriguez, adding, "Griffith had SURVEY & t{ fULLY E9UIPPED .
If 1000 Clement rf 3 01 Williams If 4121 Hunt 2b 4212 Calhson rf 3010 FREE .E ,n
Totals 34 3 7 3 Totals 30 7 I 7aStruck Lynch If ADO Santo 3b 2100 ChrTpher rf 5 3 Covington If 410 0 plenty of protection. I can't beat ESTIMATENO $1595' I .:I
out for Stock In 6th; b- Freese 3b 3000 Banks Ib 2101 R. Taylor If 4 0 0 0 Gonzalez cf 4110 him in Las Vegas, New York or .
Struck out for Haddix In *>h.Baltimore Ctenden'n Ib 4 0 0 0 Am'ltano 26 31 1 4 C.Smith 3b 5122 Her-sfln Ib 41 2 0 DELIVERED < "''
Mazer-ski 2t> 3 0 0 0 Bertell c 4000 McMillan ss 5 01 0 Dalrymple c 3 01 2 the Virgin Islands." OBLIGATION f i'
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Boston .........,.......... 210 201 10 -7E Pagliaronl c 3 01 0 Cowan cf 3000 Can'zaro c 5010 T.Taylor De.Ben'e't 2b 4020 0 0 0 0 i F...1fy 1P' .:
Veile p 2010 Buhl p 2100 Stallard.p 41 1 1 p h. or.
-Robinson. PO-A-Baltimore 2415. Face p 0000 Roebuck p 0000 Luis said the referee was unfair
Boston 277. DP-Kirkland. Apariclo and a&ailey 1000 aBrlggs 1000 in handling the constant infighting REMEMBERhow
Robinson; Robinson, Adair and Siebern. Butters 0000 Klippsteln pO 0 0 0 SimC3100015DAVS
LOB-Baltimore $. Boston 3. Totals 31 151 Totals 2744 bSievers 1000 and clinches, and his
-Bressoud. Siebern. Robinson. HR- a-Flied out for Face in 5th. Green p 0000 Dundee rive Chrysler'sIf

Mantilla, Tlllman, Robinson, ConigllaroIP Pittsburgh ..,.............000 000 001-1Chicag cCater 0000 chief handler Angelo HOT your '
H R ERBBSO ..................000 OM 01 x-7 Wise p 0000 said: house was last summer?
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Barber, L. 2-3 ... 1235 3 3 1 1 Baldschun pOD
Stock .......... 31-3 1 2 2 1 2 E-None. PO-A Pittsburgh 24-7; ChI- Da.Ben'e't p 0 0 0 0 or
Haddix/ .........3 2 2 1 2 1 cago 27-13. DP Buhl, Stewart and dTrlandos 1000 "We got the works. The referee -
Morehead. W. 4-4 f 7 3 3 1 12 Banks LOB Pittsburgh 5. Chicago 3. Totals 40111110 Totals 33 3 I 3 'kept harassing Rod
WP-Barber. U Honochlck. Runge. IB Clemente HR-Amalfitano. SB Grounded out for Roebuck In 3rd; '
Smith Stewart T-2.M. A-1t.629. -Brock 2. SF-Banks. b-Filed out for Klippstem in 5th; c-I riguez." "
IP H R ERBBSO Walked for Green in 7th; d-Struck out 500 MILES
Veale. L. 5-4 ......523 24431 for Dave Bennett In 9th.

Face Butters ..?.:::::.c.l...11-31-2 1' 1 2 1 2 1 : New York ............... 005 000 411-11 Alachua Lo
PKY EntersThree Buhl. W,'7.3 ......f 5 1 1 2 2 Philadelphia .........? 110 000 100- pDeadlock r If are
WP Veale. U-Landes, Steiner, Bar. /
E-Roebuck. PO-A New York 27-,
lick Donatelll. T-2:04. A-7.575. -
Philadelphia 2715. DP-Kranepool unas
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CINCINNATI HOUSTON sisted. LOB-New York 6, Philadelphia i 6.2B a
TeamsIn abrhbi abrhbi -Hickman 2.1 C. Smith Callispn, Mc fscs1AAnd
Klaus 2b 30 0 0 Llllis 2b 4020 Millan. 3B-Hunt, Herrnsteln;Christopher.
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Harper If All 0 Roberts Ib 3010 HR-Alten Christopher. SF-Dalrymple.IP To BeALACHUA Broken rememberhow
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Coleman Pinson d Ib 4110 3031 Jones White cf 0000 4000 Staliard, W, 4-7 .. f 1 :II.a: : uncomfortableyou
Cage PlayP. p De.Bennett, Li 7-4 2 1-3 4 5 4 2 1
Robinson rf 31 1 2 Bond rf 4000 The deadlockin were?
Edwards 4010 Roebuck ....... 23 1 0 0 0 0 -
c Aspro'nte 3b 3010
Klippstein ......2 0 0 0 0 1
.. K. Yonge again will Cardenas Boros 3b ss 4 3000 0 0 0 Wynn Kasko If 4000 Green ..........2 3 A 4 1 1 me Alachua softball loop is DON'T LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN!
ss 3020Nuxhall
par Wise ........... 23 3 1 1 1 1 expected to be snapped.this
ticipate in the Gainesville p :3010 Groto bFox c 3000 1000 Baldschun ...... 1.3 0 0 a 0 0 week when the co-leaders, Keep your whole house cool
Da.Bennett.1 2 1 1 0 1
Recreation Johnson p 2000 HBP-By Staliard Callison. WP-Da. and comfortable with performance
Department's sum Owens p 0000 Bennett. Peiekoudas,.Williams, Alachua Milling Co. and Cope-
Smith
mer basketball league. Two aSpangler cf 1 0 1 0 Gorman. land clash night:
Total !< J 7 3 Totals 32 010 1-3:11.: A16,661.Boys" Thursday AIR CONDITIONINGA
teams will be fielded in the a-Singled for Owens in Ith; bGrounded -
out for Grote In Vth. The teams have 4-1
two re-
Senior
League e size and
one consistingof Cincinnati ....... .... ..... 010 000 CM-:3 Club cords.and their lone defeats type to
junior players and anotherof Houston ........ .......... .0000000004E fit home
have been to each other. your
seniors. A team of sophomores -None. PO-A-Cincinnati 21. Hour toward

will participate in the ton monte.27-12.LOB DP Cincinnati white, Kasko 5. Houston and Aspro-I. Sets 1964Oly'npics By the same token, the cellar Low cost, easy to J .

Junior League. Students Coleman.LiUls.. Kasko. HR-Robin clubs, Legion and Lions, install economicalto
par son. S Klaus. SF ,
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ticipating win sharpen their I IP H R ER II SO are 1-4 and both have won
basketball skills and Nuxhalt W, -3 ... f 7 0 0 3 7 from the other. operate l new or :
PKY basketball
Johnson L. 5-5 ... 71.3 7 3 3 2 2
mentor W. J. Hoskins Owens ,.......... 2-3. 0 0 0 The annual Boys' Club ALACHUA, LEAGUE BURCHETT HEATINGand ._

said that many Wave' stars of Jones 1:16.A-0,7d5.u-Bur-----------o4 Pryor 0, Secory.0 0 o T- Olympics will be run off Wed Alachua Milling Co. W 4 L 1 Pet..800 DRIVE THE CAR THAT HAS EVERYTHING.

the past, such as Pete Robertson Copeland 4 1 .800 .
nesday at Harris Field start American Legion 1 4 .200
,
AIR CONDITIONING
developed in''the 1 4.200 ROOMINESS
summer. Ltons
COMFORT.
STYLE
league. ing at noon.Applications. This WMk't k..I.Tues4. . LONG
I FellsTvins' ., 372-8251

The teams in the Senior I Injury may be obtain. land.Milling Co. vs. Legion. liens vs.'Ccpe- Installation Financing Available Service GAS MILEAGE, AND .

League are: Team 1 ed at the Club Thursday -
G.HJS.; i Boys' for mem- .
Allen Lions vs. Legion. Milling Co. vs. Cope- -EngineeringWhat -
Team 2, GHS; Team 3, GUS; bers who intend to participate. I land I

Team 4, Santa Fe; Team 5,' WASHINGTON (AP-Minne- There will, be divisions for CHRYSLER'S 5TIAR5OOOOMILE

PRY; Team 6, PKY- ; Team 7,' sota Twins second baseman youths 10 and under, 11-12,

Hawthorne; Team -8, New- Bernie Allen will be out of action 13-14 'and 15-16 age brackets.A .

berry. I for some time as the resultof team will be chosen from WARRANTY
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The rosters of the P. K. air injury received in Satur the local ,meet to compete at

Yonge : I. day's game wjth the Washing., Lakeland on Friday in the Come in today and take advantage of the most unusual new car offer ever
Senior Team: Bobby Hines ton Senators.Dr. .
state event made! Get behind ''the wheel of SLMCA 1000.
Chrysler's .. see how big and
(captain) Dan Dennison
,
Covey Johnston, Jerry Snyder,,: team. George physician Resta said, Washington Allen's ,roomy it is. .feel the smooth, easy ride.. check the long gas mileage. ..

Bill v F AND IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH{ ITS PERFORMANCE
Hiers, Bill Tschorn, Jack left leg was placed in a cast t PADIATOR 1 ..WE

Roy Elliot, Barry Baumstien, i from mid-thigh to toe to aid STAND 100% BEHIND OUR OFFER. All we ask is that you. ..

'and Ben Campen. healing of a,, torn medial "corollary Service Center
Junior Team: Mac Johnson ligament. TAKE THE KEY AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF !

(captain), Ronnie Rodgers,I Dr.. Resta said he did not CLEANING 1 H $

Whit Springfield, Marell Tyre, -
think surgery would be
required
Tranthum _Whitley Ronnie REPAIRING .
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but that "this kind of injury
Koru, Ray Bryant, Kevin Fitz-
takes from four to'six,weeks to .
patrick, and V. G. Hodsdon. rWe cIThem .
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heal completely. q
Sophomore Team: Kenny Hawes-Powers Motor Co.
Out"Motor
Allen pk x 3
Pate (captain), Billy Martin, was injured in the f thinning .

Joe McGuire ,Craig Hammond when the Senator's third I i cwU ask .
Block mere a guy ...... '
Tippy Graham Chip Cunning baseman Don Zimmer slid into and Valiant
FlushedWe Simco Chrysler Imperial Plymouth
ham, Jackie Dennison, Mike second to break up. a 'double That's why everyone's becoming a Vespa ,owner. .
Under thatsleek stylish body is a transmission -
play, I ,
Hicks ,
Benny, Layfield Ricky Bob Scarborough McNellis, Allen left Casualty I Pick-Up & Deliver system guaranteed for life! Only Vespa'the world's .. yX- I SALES and SERVICE
Hospital
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best and best selling motorscooter dares. Now six '
Martin Dickinson and Mike here on crutches
after receiving RADIATOR SHOP <
models to choose from from
priced an unbelievably
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Snyder. treatment. Will Not Be Undersold Out-Traded
I White Electric low$269.* We or ;


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DODGE CITY Kan. (AP- They were David Magncle, Service' BICYCLE' 'SHOP -, OPEN EVENINGS

Three Floridians were named outfielder .and,Frank Gongola '
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-' you USE want THINNERIf to remove the

Gainesville 'Passport Pictures'To lacquer from a piece of brass

I apply lacquer thinner on a

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# s xy c A.b Be Checked AbroadRecords N ""'.t.,.'i't'_:" .'i:..' :!f don't cream When curdle.overheat in you a gravy are or using the for cream meat sour,


show that applica- tween England, France, Italy ceived his trip as a gradua- r may
tions for passports by 'Gaines and Switzerland.This tion gift from his grandfath- ';f EASY SAUCE

ville travelers have exceededany is Nedra Ann's second er Marshall Respass of Jack- .Af ." Easiest tartar sauce of all:

previous year with "mug hostel trip and she is an ex- sonville.He ,d ? men mix pickle relish with may-
9.M shots" taken by local photographers pert on cycling over foreign will travel with the UF z( as" onnaise. Serve with fried scallops -

duly and officially roads after her first trip to Alumni Association Tour ., ,1-L'1 or shrimp or fried or
_mAvy ; stamped in these valuable Europe two years ago. which leaves July 13 for a broiled fish fillets.
blue books carried by 365 32-day trip to the Continentand

va ..y >'F ,a sightseers.Of Gilbert Crosby, son of the England. :i
t # this record number of Robert G. Crosbys Jr., has red Al Alsobrook, assistant .J --

-"': city travelers here, there, an Alumni Director, will conductthe "' ._.'.. ;j,. -,.f
I Mrs.Marguerite Rhea Miss Nedra Ann Johnson everywhere around the world tour this year with Alumni Gilbert Crosby Dr. Felix Moehlncr Protectand
10 are pictured today as they Director Bill Fleming and
will appear to border officials Mrs. Fleming as members of sightseeing as possible.

checking them in and out of the party. While away, John will at- "" _n Preserve
Bridal foreign countries. tend Combonie College f or
Arriving in Switzerland today Rose Hoover, daughter of the Boys in Khartoum.
is the group of city high vr'o" John Hoovers, and Edwinna year furs with ear
school students who will at- '3xb Murphey, daughter of the The
William G. Nash fam-
Couple tend French classes in Ley- Milledge M u r p hey s, left
; ily are also traveling this
,.- sin, Switzerland, for five Jacksonville Wednesday by I
summer. Dr. Nash, who will '
for Montreal.
weeks.
plane attend the Tenth International .
"., Heading the party were They embarked on the SS KV--'" ,-, t- .
Congress on Theoreticaland
FetedMr. Y1... if"" Miss Veronica Pullan, P. K. Arcadia Friday for a. two- Applied Mechanics in Mu- tfill

v.;, Yonge teacher, and Mrs. Mar- month student tour. Rose will nich in late August and an in- .
guerite Rhea Gainesville be in one group and Edwinna .
and Mrs. C. Addison ternational Symposium on .
High School teacher. Mrs. in a second both conductedby
Nonlinear Vibrations in Mar-
Pound Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rhea's daughter, Paula, a Brownell.
seilles in September. :
Harry Duncan entertained ;; graduate of the University of After docking in London,

Thursday night with a dinner ,.".su. < ,. Nebraska, was a member of they will go up to Scotlandand Dr. and chalet Mrs.in Nash have tak- "ybc I. A! approved vault
en a Amden, Swit- .
\.l} the the Scandinavian
coun-
party. .
party at the Pound home hon- Michael Kirkpatrick zerland, which is located on v All risk insurance
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tries, then over to the Conti- cold dry air
oring Miss Ann Jean Fishbackof the lake for the so m Circulating
me r.
Michael of nent to the before
Kirkpatrick, son see sights Safe from moths,summer
Orlando and her fiance Miss Rose Hoover the Grier and from Le Havre. They plan to attend the Salz- I-
Kirkpatricks, sailing _" heat, Ere and theft
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burg Music festival and also uutnuu nuu\U
John Franklin Bennett. "Dink" Henderson, son of *
the R. L. Hendersons flew hope to go to the opera in It-
Blue Miss Judy Brill, daughter of Miss Judy Brill
hydrapgea and flow- aly.
from New York to Paris
City Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Brill, .
ers from the Pound gardenwere last week. They will go on is also taking the two-month

used throughout the to Berlin. to visit the Kirkpa- student tour with Brownell.She .
house. tricks' older son, Lt. George will sail from New York

Kirkpatrick, who is stationed harbor June 27 on the SS Constitution FINAL
Miss Fishback was presented Lt there with the U. S. Army. and return via the "-.1.

an orchid,corsage _by the After two weeks in Berlin, i I same ship August 28. Rejuvenatesrind

hosts, who also presented a. George will have a 45-day Judy will have as traveling I
gift to her and the bride- leave and the trio will tour companions two of her Chi TDUCTION

groom elect. 4Miss Europe in his car. Omega sorority sisters, Miss beautif atlii
s Terry Davok of Fort Lauder-
White lilies: stock and Miss Nedra Ann Johnson, dale and Miss Kathy John- SUMMER

roses, arranged in an antique daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. g"Dwk" son of Pensacola. Tog.fociMaUJ to row
compote, centered the serv- H. Johnson, will travel on an Their trip includes all the HATS now $300ONE I I vu,. gvoronfctl g.Ilulll.norro .
American Youth Hostel I "d.ria.ya'Fur
ing table. spon- glamour spots of England I
sored trip. She flys from New Switzerland, Italy and France Jafiluf of AmericoHollanderitinq
Guests included Miss Dot York City June 24. Henderson the out of the villagesas LOT SPRING & SUMMER
Her two-month itinerary in- _:':'';':';''<''''','''.".'. .>.".,............w.,.. ..... ..._............ _..._ plus way Franchise Dealci
Hampton, Miss Beth Mea- F: Y they travel by bus throughthe DRESSES
dows, Miss Joanne Wood- cludes three weeks in th e H smaller countries. i PRICE
Grecian Isles with the remain- *
ward, Miss Nonne Sherrard, Edwinna Murphey 1
der of the trip divided be- Dr. and Mrs. Felix Muehl- 8&44rTHE
Miss Peggy Poitevent, Miss ,_. ;t II
Q ner and the latter's son, John
Libby Edwards, Miss Judy cy3.r' Hinnant will leave July 29 for

Brill, Miss Ann Dell, Miss Pre-Nuptial Parties Khartoum, Sudan, to spend a STORE WITH MORE
Jeanne Grand, Miss Joseph x year. Dr. Muehlner, on leave ALL SALES FINAL Gainesville Shopping Center
Johnson, Bill Bennett, Shel- from the University of Flori-
ton Boyles,'Matt Cannon, Art da will be a visiting professor -
Campbell III, Sparky Huddles- Fete Chris Carlislebride under an exchange arrangement LAN[ mill;: IR' Furs Received
ton, Lee Summerlin, Shannon with the University -
Cooper, Mac McGriff, Butch of California at Los Ange- 7 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Williams, Jimmy Feiber, les .at the of Mon. thru Fri. Only
University
Continuing the pre wed- with a gift during the .' new
Marquis Beasley.Mr. ding courtesies for Miss afternoon. ; ka'a Khartoum.The PHONE 372.6303

Chris Carlisle, whose weddingto Muehlners anticipate I I
and Mrs. George B. Thursday Party Given w, t
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Fishback of'Orlando, parentsof Hardy Wylie Jr. will be an .many new experiences includ- -- ..J
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the bride-to-be; Mr. and event of June 27, two lunch- Mrs. Darrel J. Mase and SY ing the one month univer-

Mrs. W. Wade Hampton III, eons were given last week. her daughter, Miss Marcia sity holiday which comes in
-- :::._ .._.. Novenlber. During that time,
Dr. and Mrs. Glenn 0. Sum- Yesterday, Mrs. John Kit Mase, honored Miss Carlisle CARPET MILL END
Miss Veronica Pullan they plan to do as much I
merlin and Mr. and Mrs. chens entertained at her home with a luncheon Thursday
I Newton C. Ebaugh. for the bride elect when afternoon at the Gainesville

I The places were marked for 18 Golf and Country Club.A ONE GROUP FRITZIE OF CALIF.IN .
elect left
bridegroom -
, Friday for Fort Bragg, wherehe guests. corsage of pink roses was
will attend camp for six Pink and lavender were em- presented to the brideelectand s SALE! 3
weeks. He expects to receivehis phasized in the appontmentswith one of pink carnations to Days
commission as a second an arrangement of her mother. The hostesses al- i
lieutenant in the artillery divisIon summer flowers in shades of so gave the honoree a china
of the U. S. Army at pink centering the serving ta- compote.

the end of camp.uarmaneUas. ble. Roses, gladioli and stock i All Sizes

Mrs. Bascom Mizzell Jr. were combined to form the DACRON AND COTTON
daughter of the hostess, Mrs. centerpiece of the luncheon
William Avera and Mrs. Wil- table. Beautiful solid pastels in All Colors !

liam hospitalities.Guests O'Neal. assisted in the Invited guests were: the blue, orchid & pink $ 98

honoree, Mrs.. Carlisle, M iss zipper back with large 6SPECIAL All Materials
included the bride- Melanie Carlisle, Miss P a m
pockets '. be ,
to-be, her mother, Mrs. Spache, Miss Buswell. M i ss can wj pm
Wayne Carlisle, her sister, Rosemary Johnson, Miss Ann with or without belt. sizes
I r FAVORITE"SPOT Miss Melanie Carlisle, M iss Deck, Miss Buns, Miss Sherry 8 to 18. PRICELIBBYE'S ALL'f: :

THE IN'TOW'Tt)' ., Barbara Buns, Miss Mary Sanders, Miss Pam Sanders. I
MEET FOR .NOOWLUNCH. : !, Anne Buswell Miss Helen
I Walkup, Mrs. Earl May, Mrs.P. Mrs. William O'Neal,. Mrs.
706 W. UNIVERAVE:. W. Peck, Mrs. Burton M. William Grey and Mrs. Henry PRICESRUG
Grey Jr., Mrs. Thomas B. i
Woodward, Mrs. Henry GraySr.
., Mrs. Bob Cook, Mrs. M. Finch, Mrs. William Avera, I
Mrs. William Chandler Mrs. NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATREFree
L. Johnson, and Mrs. Jerry
Daniel Souder and Miss Char* .
Rudderman.Mrs. .
lene Boggs and Mrs. Frank Parking On 1st Federal' Parking Lot r

t Kitchens presented the Dean Boggs of Jacksonville. i rJ

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Take a Caribbean Cruise with underwires hug the bosom-
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C o..e. of California spandex stretch straps that Plan To Fit Any !Budget
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Saturday after- The attendants wore baby -
,!A noon, the wedding of Miss blue satin floor-length gowns, Marian Lee Hardy

Dolores Elaine Loll and matching pillboxes with tiny I
Bruce Cordell Starling took veils. They carried bouquetsof .
place in the First Methodist carnations and sweetheartroses. s
sbr o ,oy '/ Church. .

Rev. Carroll Starling, brother Phillip Bruce Culpepper was

of the bridegroom, officiated best man. Ushers were Ha-
; e< at the ceremony. Mrs. good Clarke in, Alan Star-
Madge Johnson was soloist ling, brother of the bridegroom 'vtLTi
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father, the bride wore a floor- black hat and matching acces- 'H:t'

I length gown of ivory ..silk fac- sories. She wore a corsage of ", "
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Y4s KSX / c, [ 6 w embroidered appliques with A reception followed the .

4 I center cluster of seed pearls, ceremony at the Delta Gam- : :-1W %
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Assisting with the hospital-
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z< sion fell from a pillbox, and ities were Miss Juli Troxell, ns e :
i she carried a cascade of car- Miss Cathy Mahon, Miss Shan ; : 1
: nations and stephanotis cen- non Jeter, Miss Georgeanne : "" .1
tered with a white,orchid. Mitner, Mrs. Wilbur Brewton '
Mrs. Dean Pappas Miss Ellen Loll, sister of the and Mrs. Ernest Issac Jr. \\1

bride, was maid of honor. After a wedding trip to Gat- 1 ,

Bridesmaids were Miss Mari- linburg, Tenn., the newlywedswill ._ .,, ..... .. ": '
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Mims lyn Bockhold, Mrs. Douglas reside in Kissimmee. I
Pappas Mrs. Herman Joseph Saatkamp Jr.
McClellan, Miss Susan Hughes They will move to Gainesville -
Miss Betty Wendt, and in September when the
More than 200 guests were Arthur Lee Campbell. Miss Susan Starling, sister of bridegroom enters Law

entertained last night when Presiding at the punch ta- the bridegroom. School. Saatkamp-Tyre ( !
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. ble
1 placed on the terrace,
Mims gave a post-nuptial reception were Mrs. Cesar Rivera, I
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Solemnized Saturday evening the wedding cake and Mrs.
at their home to hon-
Mrs. Katherine Morgan Mrs.
the wedding of Miss R. H. Carstens Jr. poured i
or their daughter, Mrs. Dean Thomas Canfield, Mrs. .t II
Pappas, the former Miss Dee George Lee Crutcher, Mrs. Dorothy Corinne Tyre and punch.
Ann Mims, and ,Mr. Pappas, Thomas Maren and Mrs. Herman Joseph Saatkamp Assisting with the hospitalities -
Jr., took place at the First were Mrs. J. A. Videon
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mit- James Dell of Atlanta. M : led -
chell James Briar- Baptist Church.Dr. Mrs. Ernest Cox Miss Clara home
wood, N. Y. Pappas, Among the out of town" Fred T. Laughon Jr., Cox and Mrs. Robert Scar- few
guests attending were Mr. borough.Mrs. during
pastor, performed the double
The bride is the paternal and Mrs. James Dell of At- ,
Bennie Brasington and
ring ceremony before an altar
granddaughter of Mrs. Eva lanta; Mr. and Mrs. Noah Miss Linda Harrell the the
adorned
with palms and three kept to
Mims of Elm N. C. Mr. \ fr :
City, Tillman of Palatka; Mr. and bronze candelabra with white bride's book. they
Pappas is the grandson of Mrs. Joseph Gray, Lake City; tapers. The newlyweds will take a ing
Mrs. Bella Parkas of New 3 3t os to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of s short
trip and then travel to
York and the late George Cor- Mrs. Selden F. Waldo presented to 1
Jacksonville and Dan Cookof the Pocono Mountains, where : .
traditional
dis and Mrs. Constantine organ mu-
Pap
Miami.
will I I boils
they spend the summer.
of New York and the late sic, and Davis Long of Ocala
the -
pas '
in BaltimoreThe J The bride
Wedding chose
Mr. 4sz uncle of the bride was solo- a beige and a J
Pappas. couple exchanged their pink crepe shift and beige accessories ? Of
Greeting guests at the marriage vows June 6 duringan ist.The bride is the daughterof for her traveling en- fac-
door were Mrs. John Hinter- afternoon ceremony in the Mr. and Mrs. Park T. Tyre, semble.To. a
but
minister Jr. Mrs. Newton
Evangelical Greek Orthodox and the bridegroom is the Live In LouisvilleIn is in
Ebaugh and Mrs. William Church of Baltimore with son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman September, the newly- store
Bostain. Rev. George Gallos officiat- Joseph Saatkamp Sr. of Knox- weds will move to Louisville, been

Introducing guests to the receiving ing.The ville, Tenn. Ky., where the bridegroomwill good
line were Mrs. Grier bride wore a gown of 4 k The bride, given in mar- enter Southern Baptist .
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. S. T. Dell, embroidered silk organza riage by her father wore a Theological Seminary, and we
Mrs. Burton W. Woodward, over taffeta fashioned with a floor-length peau de soie the bride will teach Englishin ad-
Mrs. Robert Mautz and Mrs. short train lace mantilla, and gown with a jacket of Alen- the Louisville school sys- people

Earl Powers. carried a bouquet of white con lace and chapel train, tem.Out end
In the receiving line with roses, chrysanthemums and that she had made herself. of town guests were bus
'the hosts and the bridal couple gardenias.Her Her veil of illusion fell froma Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stanley, many try
were Mrs. Mitchell attendants were Miss peau de soie crown and 'she Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Tyre,
James Pappas of Briarwood, Kathy Rogers and Mrs. Alex- carried a spray of white Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyre and a
N. Y., mother of the bride- ander Cortise, former class- roses. Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Tyre, all your be
groom, and Mrs. Walter Lay- mates at Sarah Lawrence, Mrs. Bruce Cor dell starlingSamolTrov Sisters Are Attendants of Keystone Heights; Mr. and him

"dunt of Key West, maternal and Mrs. William Metropoulos, Miss Denise Tyre, sister of Mrs. Roy Neighbors, St. Au- wall
aunt of the bride. all of New York. the bride, was maid of honor. gustine; Mrs. W. E. Garrett, style him
The bride's book was kept Peter Georgopoulis, cous Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joe Columbia, S. C., great aunt budg-
:-by Miss Priscilla West, Miss in of the bridegroom, was Sands of Knoxville, sister of of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. P. in- ,
Mary Traxler, Miss Pat Pow- best man and ushers were I the bride, and Miss Lera Chit- J. Leary, and daughters Phyl- be-
'ers, Mrs. John W. Kirkpatrick William Vricos and William LARGO Solemnized at wood of Valdosta, Ga. iss' and Tammy of Palatka; i and
II, Mrs. Thomas Royster and Metropoulos of New York. an They wore, reseda green Mr. and Mrs. Davis Long, best
:Mrs. Frank Westmark of Pen- Master Britton Mims, 11 a.m. nuptial Mass, the wed- raw silk dresses, matching Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Jack plans .,
.sacola. young brother of the bride, ding of Miss Carol Ann Troy ( accessories and carried Shultz,( Jacksonville; Mrs. C. -help
Among those assisting the was train bearer and Master and Harry Howard Samol, sprays of yellow roses. D. Harrell, Miss Linda Har- -
hosts in the courtesies were James M. Pappas, young took place June 6 at the Holy Larry Ventis of Knoxville, rell, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Saat- Call
: Mickler Mrs. Rip- brother of the bridegroom, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. ; -
Mrs. Daisy Family Catholic Church. Father Tenn., was best man. Ushers kamp Joe of
ley Bullen, Mrs. Joe Crevasse, carried the "stephan" or were John Malmborg Jack- Sands and daughter, Tina,
:Mrs. ,Harry Norton, Mrs. crowns on a silver tray. The Patrick Caberly officiatedat sonville, Roger Henry, Knox- Roger Henry, and Larry Ven-
.Stewart Scott and Mrs. crowns, made of artificial lemon the double ring ceremony.The ville; and Davie Farr of Or- tis all from Knoxville, Tenn.;
Brooks blossoms were used in the
Shumaker. bride is the daughterof lando. John Malmborg Jacksonville;
Roses Used to Decorate coronation ritual during the Mr. and Mrs. Frank The bride's mother chose a Dave Farr, Orlando, and Miss
Troyof
Roses and garden flowers wedding ceremony.As k9 pink silk chiffon sheath dress Lera and Miss Laurice Chit.
were used in decorat ion the guests left the re- Largo, and the bridegroomis w and white accessories for her wood of Valdosta Ga. !
throughout the house. ception, the bride distributed the son of Mr. and Mrs. daughter's wedding and the I II
The bride's table was cen- miniature nosegays, replicasof John A. Samol of Miami. t bridegroom's mother wore a I II I
tered with a five-branch silver the bridal bouquet made of blue lace sheath dress and Whenever you prepare a
candelabra entwined with lace, net-covered white al- Given in marriage by her f white accessories. Both had meringue, whether it's the
roses and ivy. monds and lily of the valley father, the bride wore a gownof white orchid corsages. soft or the firm type, make
Two. bridal crowns, used in centered with a small, silver Chantilly lace over bridal 1I Reception Follows absolutely sure that the sugaris
the marriage service, were ring. These traditional Greek taffeta.Attending. IHb The bride's parents enter- beaten in until it is com-
placed on a reflector at either favors were made by the : tained at a reception follow- pletely dissolved. This takes :

side of the candelabra mother of the bridegroom.The the bride was : WJ1" ing the ceremony, in the long beating; for example, a I ---------------. ------------1.'
adorned; by the bridal figur- couple will live in Baltimore Miss Judy Canez of Gaines-* : ., lower auditorium. Ivy and firm meringue shell made J
ine which topped'the wedding where the bride will ville, maid of honor, and Mrs., :. pink roses decorated the reception with six egg whites will need \ y
cake. Handmade minia- continue teaching in the Carl Ferguson and Miss Rita {. room. about twenty-five minutes of \ \
ture nosegays were placed English department of the Gene Antuono, both of Tam- The bride's table was cen- beating with an electric beat- \ \

about the arrangementCoffee Goucher College and the pa, bridesmaids. tered with a wedding cake er.Add y \

was poured by Mrs. bridegroom will resume his Norman Samol, brother of and flanked by silver candela- a cut- clove of garlicto \ \
R. M. Brunson, Mrs. Robert studies at Johns Hopkins University the bridegroom, was best bra.Mrs. dry white wine or lemon 1 1 \ i
.West, Mrs. Edwin Kirkland where he is workingon man with John Simmons and Donald F. Rothwelland juice and marinate chicken in \ LAlIr \

Mrs. Lyle Brodgon and Mrs. his doctorate in physics. 'I I Mike Connors, both of a Petersburg l4rs. L. R. Arrington cut the mixture before broiling.BRIDESTOBE \\. \

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BRIDAL SPECIAL reception followed the ? ... "III11C ""''': 1 % \ '
ceremony. Mrs. 'Delbert Ray- Frank N. Anderson .4 a ,; wo recommen \ I
nor of Largo kept the guest Mrs. Harry Howard Samol 0 0 it, c\
his .f)
announces \ $
from book. rf t h11, ,

After a wedding trip to Nas- burg, Va., where Mr. Samol I'WEDDINGPACKAGEPLAN" OMEGA

San, Mr. and Mrs. Samol win win attend Virginia Polytecb- .,. \
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chosen from these proofs PLUS one 5x7 glossy print to be used to$4bg,
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Speedwriting I engagement phone
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are
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Hither And Yon CalendarOf, Garden Club Short Course SetDo i I To a some luxury men, I i ii


you want to learn the course for the Florida Feder- should be sent to Mrs. Ethel I
EventsMONDAY newest trends in flower arrangement ation of Garden Clubs, and Welch, of FICUS, Gainesville.I I
By RUTH WEIMER
how to practice Mrs. Hugh C. Simmons of On-the-spot registration
opensat
Conventions are claiming attention these, summer days as -H H.r
bonsai, how to grow a beautiful Gainesville' is vicechairman.. 3 p.m. Tuesday June 23. I
business families. and pleasure are combined by delegates and their June 15 lawn? Advance registration is in- L:y
Wesley Community Methodist
Mrs. Mark Emmel, president of the Florida Federation of Church, Hazel Thomas These and many other ques- vited to save considerable
Women's Clubs,-bas been in Atlantic City, N. J., as representative Circle, 8 pjn., Mrs. Grant tions will ,be answered at the time and effort upon arrival. Dislike pan-washing? If you
of the state during the week's activities of the General g Simmons, 221 NW 16th Ave- 20th Annual Garden Club Short Registration fee is $14.70, in- are broiling a fair number of .
Federation's National Convention. course to be held on the cam- cluding meals and insurance. chops or a large steak you

Lois flew up for the board meeting in New York, which + nue.Gainesville Bridge Club, pus of the University of flori- Housing is optional but reservations can, of course line the broil-
preceded the gala opening in Convention Hall. She and Mrs. ,! 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. da in Gainesville, June 2426. if desired for spacein ing pan with foil and place ..
James Matheny of Tampa were among the "early birds" for Gainesville Newcomers In- The course will be conducted Broward Residence Hall, the rack over that. But to <
pre-planning In Manhattan and attended the World's Fair observance stallation of oficers, 7:30 by the Florida Institute for headquarters for the course, broil two to four chops, or a

of "Federation Day" June 6. pjn., Recreation ,Center. Continuing University Stud- should be requested at the small steak, all you need is ,.i"'.,. t...
The two Floridians were there to see Mrs. E. D. Pearce of Odd Fellows of Gainesville, ies (FICUS) under the spon- time of registration. Roomsare a small rack and a pan to fit ; Ito
Miami, a former state president, take office as first vice- Covered-dish Supper 6:30 sorship of The Florida Feder- $2.50 per night. under it fashioned of a double )
president of the national organization along with the new pjn., Odd Fellows Hall, 740 ation of Garden Clubs. Advance registrations thickness of heavy foiL
r president, Mrs. William H. Hasebroock of West Point, Neb.A SE 2nd Avenue.University Principal speaker and dem- I gentlemen ,

plea for "more partici- City Bridge Club, onstrator will be Robert Clay f a necessity.
pation by women in politics"was rard at his home on Lake 7:30 pjn., University of Florida Thomas of Nashville, Tenn., .
made by the Mrs. Hase- Rosa. '. Faculty Club. well known floral consultant -
broock who leads some 11 s s .raRb ]8\\ Women of the Moose, 8 author, teacher and mem- I LCJ
million club women in 54 Weekend guests of Mr. and John Hansen, above, who pjn., Moose Lodge. ber of the Garden Club and I \OU At
countries of the world. Mrs. Ray Graves are the former's received an appoint- American Legion Auxiliaryand Ikebana International.He II I I Large Group
Lois also was on hand to applaud brother, Edwin Graves ment to the United States- Legion, joint, installationand will demonstrate tradi- COLOGNE: $8.50$5.50$3.50COLOGNE
former Governor Le- and Mrs. Graves, and his Naval Academy, will leave covered dish supper, 7:30 tional, Japanese modern and t DacronCottonStraights ATOMIZER $6.00
Roy Collins, president of the aunt, Mrs. Florence Mabe, all June 30 for Annapolis. John, pjn., Legion Home. abstract trends in flower ar AFTER SHAVE LOTION:
National Association of Broad- of Knoxville. The family is in- son of Lt. CoL and Mrs. JohnE. I TUESDAY, June 16 rangement. I SKIRTS 6504002.50
casters, who addressed the specting the new home Opal Hansen, was graduatedfrom Alachua County Republican : I
convention.This and Ray are in the processof Gainesville High School Women's Club, Noon, \Vorkshops'1Jsted GIFT SET-AFTER SHAVE LOTION
weekend, Lois attended building.The June 3. His appointment was Park Lane Cafeteria, Mrs. R. Workshops in beginning and I AND COLOGNE:$6
,
a post-convention Board of trio will go on to Lees- made by Congressman D. R."Billy" Perrin McNair, guest speak- advanced be taught flower by arrangementwill Mrs. H. Jefferson coulottes, A pleats- lines wraps. ( I SOAPS: $4

Directors meeting, which burg tomorrow to visit Rev. Matthews. er.Gainesv Davis, Quincy. author pastels and darks in solid I Also shaving creme,hair creme and tit!
closes today. and Mrs. W. H. Graves, par- 111 e EntomologyClub and nationally accredited plaid, and prints. This week I All prices plus tax.
ents of Ray and Edwin, be- been named Martin William Noon, Park Lane Cafe- only at this sale price! I I
flower show judge; and Mrs. Toiletries for Men by
Leaving Wednesday for fore to Tennessee. teria.
returning Cox.The O. H. Spencer, Jensen Beach, I IV.I. MARCEL ROCHAS
Houston to attend the Na- baby, whose mother is First Lutheran Church, Ra- }
tional Air Polution Control Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Reitz the former Judy Bur c h, chel Circle, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. lecturer on Japanese arrange-
Association Convention at the have a new job. .baby sitting daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er- William Sutterer; 401 NW ments. $
.
Shamrock Hotel will be Dr. with their grandson, Kevin nest Burch, recently receiveda 34th Terrace. Corsage craft instructorswill U. s Ylt7JHi
E. R. Hendrickson, national Cochran of Cornelia, Ga. Theyare visit from his grandparentsand Reception for Florida 4-H be Mrs. Ivan 'L. Van To $10.98Sorry r t
president of the organization.Mrs. taking care of the baby his great uncle and aunt, Club members attending UF Horn Belle Glade, and Mrs. f' FATHERS DAY
while Campus Conference, 4 to 6p.m. Alec Stefans, Ormond Beach, j jBL
his
Hendrickson and their parents, Margaret the Paige Pinnells. \ m IS JUnE 11"
both and members of All Sales Final
and ., President J. Wayne judges ,
daughter, Lynda, will accom- Anne Baxter, visit friendsin *
Reitz and Mrs. Reitz, 2151 the National Corsage Club.
pany him. They plan to stopin 'Miami for a few days. The Bert Thomas Blacksof
West University Avenue. Other speakers will feature COSMETIC DEPT.
Tampa and pick up Mrs. Reverend Cochran ,
spent Pensacola another
are pair
17 members of the staff of the
WEDNESDAY, June I LIBBYE'SNEXT
Sam Bailey for a stop over last week in St. Petersburg as- of proud parents who prefer .
Gainesville Bridge Club university system, knowledgeable
in New Orleans. The four will sisting with a special student blue. Their son, born June Inn. Garden Club members, I 8 -u
7:30 Holiday
stay at the Provincial Motelin program held at Florida Pres- 3, has been named Scott Michael pjn. and ff
the French Quarter and enjoy University City Bridge hobbyists representativesfrom TO FLORIDA THEATRE J
byterian College. Margo remained Black.
the and restaurants Club, 7:30 pjn., Weed Hall nursery and landscape THE STORE WITH MORE

before driving shops to Texas. Mrs. visit with here Marjorie and ,enjoyed who came a grandson The baby of is Mr.the and paternal Mrs. 107 Newcomers NW 15th Terrace.Group. Univer- firms.Mrs. R. G. Corbin of Lees- 1\\ Free Parking On 1st Federal Lot \ Gainesville"CHARGE Shopping IT"Center
will back to Tam-
Bailey fly home for
brief vacation
a Kenneth Black of Gainesvilleand
sity Women's Club, Bridge, burg is chairman of the short
pa. from her job at the United Na- the maternal grandchildof all I,
to
8 p.m., Clubhouse, open
tions in New York City. !Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Carrellof Newcomers and club mem-
Returning today from Mi- Last week, Mrs. Reitz entertained Beaver, Pa.Grandmother. bers.
ami, where they have attended -
a few close friendsat
Black has THURSDAY, June 18
annual convention of
the
luncheon Wednesday hon- been in Pensacola with her Gainesville Library Advis-I
Association of In-
the Florida
oring her daughter. and for the Board 8 Gaines-
son family past ory p.m.
surance Agents at the, Foun- *
week. ville Public Library. i i3
tainbleau Hotel will be E. is taking W
George Montomgery -
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Finley Cannon, Robert Tre- life the lazy way these
week, James E. Cannon and days. He was dismissed recently -
/ SILVERMAN'SLADIES
Robert Voorhis. i Atti
from the J. Hillis Mil-
"Waynie" Cannon Eleanor ler Health Center following a '
Cannon and Betty Voorhees spinal operation and is conva- SPORTSWEAR v w3 2
accompanied their husbandson lescing at home on doctor'sorders .
the jaunt but Joan T r e- to "move slow'* for a av ;
week was at home becauseof while.
1I'EW
a broken leg caused by a :
freak accident on the golf Blue is the favorite color of

course. the Ted Coxes of Tampa. '
Finley, State National Insur- i ;s /
Their son, born May 20 in
ance Director, flew to Minne- Tampa General Hospital, has
apolis recently to attend the
National Association of Insur-

ance the Commissioners'Leamington Hotel.meetingat He ,r j- I 1cttciyl : ( ck4

represented the Florida -
Agents Association at the
meeting. This past week he .
also attended another insur- WASH .oa
ance meeting at Sea Island, YOUR HAIR 1! S
THE NEW
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Ga.In the meantime "Waynie" EASY WAY
has been entertaining her Zri:. ('I I1

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rard, his wife, and their
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young Church,son Va., formerly of Falls < 1.-' 4i; 1Lt;

Colonel Sherrard, who has NEW DIAICET FAUCET
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j PANAMA CITY-Mr. and Princess in 1962. and Mrs. J. C. Mauldin Friends and relatives: of the and Mrs. C. B. Coulter The bridegroom-elect was Major 0. R. Buckler announces Mr. Huguley was graduatedfrom
f Mrs. William Henry Byers of The bridegroom-elect, a announce the engagement and couple are invited to attend. have announced the engage- graduated from Gainesville the engagement and Gainesville High School,
Panama City announce the graduate of Bay High School, approaching marriage of their ment and approaching mar High School and is presently approaching marriage of his where he was a member of
engagement and approaching was graduated from the University daughter. Miss Brenda Judy The bride-elect was grad- riage of their daughter, Miss working in construction. daughter, Miss Saundra Lee the GHS band. He attended
marriage of their Daughter, of Florida and received Mauldin, to Joseph Prentis uated from Gainesville High Marilyn Ann Coulter, to Jack August 1 is set as the date Buckler, to James William Ocala Junior College, wherehe
Miss Jeannette Elizabeth his law degree from Ruff, son of Mr. and Mrs. School and is employed at theJ. Houston Smith son of Mr. for the wedding, which will Huguley III, son of Mr. and member of the base-
Byers, to Joseph Fleming the UF in 1963. He was presi- Dale J. Ruff of Winter Park, Hillis Miller Health Center. and Mr?. E. E. Smith. take place at the Calvary Mrs. James William Huguley ball was team.a He is presently em-
1j Chapman III, son of Mr. and dent of Sigma Chi, a memberof and great-grandson of the late The bridegroom elect, a The bride-elect was grad- Baptist,Church. Jr.Miss his father, ownerof
Mrs. Joseph Fleming Chapman the Hall of Fame, Florida Walter Wescott, pioneer of graduate of Bishop Moore uated from Gainesville High Friends and relatives of the Buckler was grad- ployed the Gainesville by Heating and
Jr. of Panama City. Blue Key, Phi Delta Phi legal Orlando. High School of Orlando, will School couple are invited to attend.Riegler uated from Gainesville High .
i The bride-elect was gradu-' fraternity, and John Marshall The wedding will ,be an receive his degree from the School, where she was a Plumbing.The
ated from Bay High School Barr Association, and listed in event of August 8 at 2 p.m. in University of Florida in Aug- majorette and a member of wedding will take place
I and attended Florida State "Who's Who in American the St. Augustine Chapel. gust.StalnakerAdams. Bell Thespians and Hurricane August 8 at the First Baptist
University, where she was a Colleges and Universities." Players. Church of Gainesville.
} member of Zeta Tau Alpha, The wedding will be an MottTindelMr. HIALEAH Mr. and Mrs.E. mentary School in Miami.
Village Vamps, Tally Ho event of July 25 at the First M. Riegler of Hialeah an- The bridegroom-elect is a
Court Court for 3 Methodist Church of Panama senior at the University of KnightRodgersMrs. I
I Gymkana and Mrs. Thomas H. Club, and Future Teachers of nounce the approaching marriage
5 years and was Orange Bowl City. the America president. Miss Mottis of their daughter, Miss Florida, majoring in historyand
Zerbey announce engagement political science. He will J. L. Knight Sr. an- by University Chevrolet Co.
presently employed by Nancy Joyce Riegler, to Wilson -
of Mrs. Zerbey's daughter enter the UF Law College in the and Mr. Rodgers was graduatedfrom
I J! Mooney-Young the Maryland Casualty Insur- Curtis Bell, son of Mr. nounces engagement
.. ...,. Miss Jeanette Mott to ance Company in Tampa. and Mrs. Curtis Bell of For- September.Why approaching marriage of her Gainesville High School
"Z' ""' '''' ''' ""'''''''''::'''"' ''
''''-' '' ''' ''' Airman Second Class Bob J.
The "betrothal and approaching :';': ""..: .., : 't:"' .,O. .:' The bridegroom elect was est Grove. Miss Gloria Ann and Central Florida Junior
daughter,
.., .'. ., .,''. Tindel, son of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
marriage of Miss -.-., -- '. :. Brandon
Susan Mooney daughter of :j : <" -.. -- '''''''., .." >t......... .. .". .... W. Tindel of Ruskin. School graduated and from is serving in High the The wedding will be an not have a bacon Knight, to Henry Mathew College. He plans to enter

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Moon- r t?.K a The bride elect was grad- U.S. Air Force, stationed at event of June 20 in Hialeah. "ball" to celebrate this tasty Rodgers, son of Mrs. JamieM. the University of Florida in
ey, to Ronald Charles Young, } l./;; uated from Chiefland ; High Tyndall Air: Force Base, Pan- The bride-elect, a graduateof meat? Roll cream cheese ballsin Rodgers and James M. September.Plans .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis School, where she was a ama City. Hialeah High School, was cooked, crumbled baconas Rodgers. made for
Young of Fort Myers, Fla., 1 ( '. I cheerleader, "Miss Chiefland The wedding will be.an. graduated from the Univer- a garnish for fruit salads. are being
is announced today by the High School," F.F.A. Sweet- event of July 11 at the Ruskin sity of Florida in December.She Water chestnuts wrapped in Miss Knight, daughter of an August 22 wedding. Invi-
bride-elect's parents. heart in the Homecomingand Church of God. All friends is a member of Sigma pieces of bacon, secured by a the late J. L. Knight Sr., was tations are not being sent and
August 1 has been set as Watermelon Que e n 's and relatives are invited to Kappa sorority and is pres- wooden pick, then broiled, graduated from Gainesville friends and relatives are invited -
the date for the wedding, Courts, secretary of the Beta attend.RogersDean. ently teaching at Banyan Ele- make a nice meat garnish. High School and Is employed to attend. __
which will take place in xx I... .1
lona Chapel of the First -

I Presbyterian Church. 0.Miss ; -'f ;
The bride elect, formerly NEWBERRY-Mr. and Mrs.A. in the New Hope Advent :
of Scituate, Mass., was J. Rogers of Newberry Christian Church at Bell. -, ,,.,- iIJ ....... ...---.' 1fJ' ., "
graduated from Scituate High Miss Rogers attended New- :dtJi 'I' '" '
School and attended Okla- announce the engagement and berry High School. .. "
homa State University. She is approaching marriage of their Mr. Dean was graduatedfrom
now a student at the Univer- Susan Mooneyof daughter, Miss Carol Rogers, Newberry High School y .. }
sity of Florida. to Wayne Dean, son of N. B.
Business Administration and is presently employed by
The bridegroom-elect was majoring in business manage- Dean of Archer, and Mrs. Lillian Edwards Tile Co.
graduated from Alva High ment, he is an employee of Monroe of Macclenny. ,No invitations are being Se
School, Alva, Okla., and will the Gainesvill Sun in the cir The wedding will ,be an .sent; and all relatives and
be graduated from the Uni culation department. He is a event of June 25 at 7:30 p.m. friends are invited to attend.
versity of Florida in Decem- member of Delta Sigma Pi
ber. A student in the College professional fraternity. fix:

iTownsendConner\
BROOKER-Mr. and Mrs. nized June 27 at 7 p.m. in the
PLANT CITY Mr. and The bridegroom attended W. C. Stalnaker of Brooker Pine Level Baptist Church of i+ { *
Mrs. William Morris Townsend Plant City High School and ,announce the approaching Starke.No Playtex Living Brasand
of Plant was graduated from Brandon
City announcethe marriage of their daughter,
invitations are being
High School. He is presently
engagement and approaching attending the University of Miss Mamie Juanita Stalnaker sent and all friends and rela- .
marriage of their Florida, where he is a seniorin to Ackley Bob Adams, son tives are invited to attend the *
daughter, Miss Glenda Faye the College of Architectureand of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Adamsof wedding and reception following Playtex Living Girdles
Townsend, to Jimmy Leroy Fine Arts. He is a mem- Lake City. the ceremony in the rE
Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. ber of Kappa Kappa Psi, band The wedding will be solem- Sunday School Auditorium. S made without rubber. .
Calvin G. Conner Sr. of Ap- honorary fraternity.The "- -
polIo Beach. wedding will be an PEOPLE BELIEV.E IN MAYTAG .' I II I /1; 1kj
The bride-elect was gradu- event of Friday, June 19, at ,
ated from Plant City High the Bethany Baptist Church

School. near Plant City. .. I $295' ,

. Complimented With ShowerAs t--- :; a bra only reg. $3.95 'H.

a prewedding courtesy bride-to-be from an umbrella I White. 32A to 42C ("D" sizes $1. more) \ ; } "
honoring Miss Paula Wyman, decorated in pink satin and I Other beautiful styles to choose from. = s
fiancee of Frederick H. Pitz tulle. s -
4 Automatic Washer
of Miami, Mrs. Florence Har- The serving table, laid witha Cycle f : long line bra (s/ length) only4.95 =
ris entertained recently with a white linen cutwork cloth, 4 CYCLES r5t
miscellaneous shower at her was centered with pink and Automatic i reg. $5.95 ,
0 Fully f
home on Lake Geneva. white sweetheart roses flank- I; ; C. 11 White 32A to 44C (CUD" sizes 81. more) =
Guests included membersof ed by white tapers in crystal Lint Filter Tub o I

the Keystone Heights holders. Water Level Control : 2 b. long line bra only $5.95 reg. S6.95
School, where Miss Wyman is Next week, Miss Wymanwill Model :
(
a member of the faculty, and go'to Miami to visit her fi- .Water Temperature A-100 I i White 32A to 44D

her mother, Mrs. Whitney C. ance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Selector "' y: ": ; All Bras with Stretch-ever'elast-. .
Wyman. John G. Pitz, formerly of Giant Sized Tub r z4: and bias-cut side panels.
\ Gifts were presented to the Gainesville.
\ Safety Lid Switch t 'I; girdle only 5.95 reg. $7.95

I 5pu.o.t ({um1J G 1 :" RUSTPROOFFINANCING CABINET t __ -I T. .x.. (XL size $1. more) yI


I On the beach this summer...those striped Your Choice of ON Credit THE SPOT Plans J- panty girdle only 6.95

I terry beachcoats (you can ,use them.as a t reg. $8.95 I
STORE
VARIETY
robe when traveling). Piques achieving a The :
new aura of sophistication, new bubbly I Ir
I ON THE SQUARE t I long leg
textures wonderful around the clockIn 'Ff c. panty
7 S.E. 1st ve.PEOPLE FR 6.5348
demure pastel, prints, bold black and i
.white;Polynesian bright Prints are getting BELIEVE IN MAYTAG r ', i41 $795

bigger and bolder. ,huge flowersCaha .
.. i 9.95 i
i : only reg. s- f s yl Ey
girl have too many shifts? Not when she I
sees the attractive-and attractively priced

fabrics we have!.Come on in. Just browseif IiF. limited time onlyBL '
J you want. You'll find everything clearly .
J marked and conveniently''displayed. Sit

I down at one of our comfortable tables and t 4- ?

\ have fun looking through all our pattern w Juti..1.1, rW fs t /
i books. Even If It's Just a button or a buckle .MM. n.f''a ..ara. w' .:?:

you're.looking! for, ourever-obliging' sales
people will be glad to show you our fab- r w
ulous assortment of accessories.Of course r'- [ YE41 :

,we have charge__accountsl Come In soon,
won't you? 1 1 .

.... FOUNDATION_ B-L FOUNDATION

1l'fWsitY.f DEPT. : DEPT.BL :>> .

... CHARGE
"Where the fashion
I
I minded mold their THE STORE WITH MORE e CENTRAL

figures with the ,help GAINESVILLE SHOPPING- CENTER r CHARGE
M1h ;.Z.. ,_ ,.. 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET M j
of trainedCorsetieres. ,
FABRICS ,El 1 LAYAWAY
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,7 S.E. tit Ave. FR 6-5348
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J6B Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 14, 1964

M rep Bridge, Dance Soroptimists Hold a

Brides' Classes Set III

r UF Union
By

Beginning and advanced lessons Installation DinnerNew i '
x 7 k
BookTODAY ., in bridge a nd beginning Id
.C and advanced lessons in
r. dancing are again being given officers of the Soropti- Mrs. Alma Bethea introduced ,
for students and the mist Club of Gainesville were Mrs. Ethyl Peterson,
faculty
Jane 14 installed Saturday night aftera Jacksonville, member at I
community at large at the
buffet dinner at the Town large and lieutenant governor- I Hr Hi 1 Ayr fcGALLERIES
Wedding of Miss Wanda Jan Florida Union.
y Rla4 House, Restaurant. Soropti- elect for the Southern Region, I
Purvis, daughter of Mr. .and These lessons are sponsoredby
mists from Jacksonville, Soroptimist Federation of the
Mrs. E. L. Purvis, and Jack the Union Board for Student :
Bennett Ramsey, son of Activities. Tampa, Leesburg, and Ocala America, Inc. who spoke on :'

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey, Beginning and advanced attended the affair. Soroptimist education. :1'i iI

2:30 p.m., Calvary Baptist bridge classes will meet for Those taking office duringthe I !. /e s
Church. Reception followingin the first lessons on Tuesday, candlelight ceremony was

the church parlors. g June 23 at 7 p.m. in the Oak Mrs. Robert Oppermann, ANYWHERE
Room of the Florida Union. president; Mrs. Edwin Magee --Your
MONDAY, June 15
vice-president Mrs. E.
honor- The series of 11 lessons will ; S SatisfactionAlways '
Bridal shower A. Griffis, recording secre-
be instructed by: Mrs. Betty
Miss Leslie Frazier of Am-
ing '
tary; Mrs. Roger Crum,' corresponding -
Jones who holds the rank of
ericus, Ga., bride-elect of Robert secretary Mrs.V. Assured
;
Life Master under the American -
A. Mrs. Paul B. F
Little.
A. Kelly, Treasurer; Miss V-KtVASSE
Contract Bridge League, FLORIST
Bergman and Mrs. Glenn i
Joyce Cooper and Mrs. Thel-
Farris at the Bergman home, V which is the highest rank 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
s ma Ivey, delegates; and Mrs. decorator service
bridge 'player can hold. Phone FR 6.2514
709 SW 28th, Golfview.Miscellaneous any Mary Turner, director.
She has taught the lessons annually
I.
shower com- 3 for 12 years. Fees are I
plimenting Miss Jean Thrasher $7.50 and $14 I
per person per
fiancee of Wayne Rick- s a couple. The first lesson is EDMUND DWYER i aus ro Grzreee/
'
man of Orlando, 8'p.m..,
Mrs. L. F. Latimer, Mrs. H. complimentary.Beginning dance classes will r..t. Electrologist W Ill

B. Helms and Mrs. Walter P. ...........___......x.vw.n..ww., n' n. ._.........m...._.._._______. meet for the first lessson on '''\)
Wynn at the Wynn home, 318 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Waits Monday, June 22, at 7 p.m. ;. i'
NW 15th Avenue.
and the advanced dance class MS AttJ'R
'fc
a "W'H
Shower complimenting SEE OUil DAUY TV SHOW
will meet at 8:30 p.m. Classes -
Miss Chris Carlisle, fiance Golden FOREVER
AnniversaryGROVE will be held in the Social Medically Approved Method
of Hardy Wylie Jr. of
Room of the Florida Union. yv. by Appointment Only
7 Miss Bar-
Augusta
p.m. This series of 11 lessons will Please Call FR 2-8039 ,
.
Bara Buns and Miss Mary PARK Celebrating from 3 to 5 107 West
-
University Avenue
p.m. !
Ann Buswell at the former's the golden wedding anni- The couple exchanged their be taught by Willard Aldridge, I M.I.I Til R E C Q .*
who has these les II
home, 410 NW 20th Street. versary of Mr. and Mrs. J. nuptial vows June 27, 1914, in taught I
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C. Waits of Grove Park, an the Grace Episcopal Churchof sons many years.
TUESDAY, June 15 Both classes will be taughtthe
open house is planned Sunday, Ocala with the Rev. A. M.
Breakfast c o m p 1 iment- 'latest dance steps includ- 9
June 27, at their home by Glass officiating. Lingerie Shop-
ing Miss Chris Carlisle, bride- their three children. Mr. and Mrs. Waits have ing fox trot jitterbug, waltz
to-be of Hardy Wylie Jr.. of rhumba, cha cha, and tang f.
Hosts for the open house planned a family dinner pre- 2nd Floor
Augusta, 11 a.m., Mrs. Rob- will be Mrs. Jane Waits Scrog- ceeding the open house to The fee is $10 per person and
ert L. Johnson and her daughter gins of Ocala; Mrs. Margaret celebrate their fiftieth- anni- $18.50 per couple. The first

Miss Rosemary John- Waits Lambeth of Gaines- versary. Guests will include lesson is complimentary. SPECIAL .
son, Gainesville Golf and ville and William F. Waits of their children, eight grandchildren Interested persons may con- ,

Country Club.WEDNESDAY. Orlando.All and one great grand- tact the Florida Union program

June 17 friends and relatives of child, Steve Sparks of Gaines- office, room 315, for fur- PURCHASE SALE .
Bridal shower' honor the couple are invited to call ville. ther information. .

ing Miss ,Patricia Ailstock,
bride-elect of Clifton McNiel (IIOIII\ ON SALE FOR THE FIRST ;

Gornto, 8 p.m., Mrs. Woodrow Reads

Shaw and her daughter. Miss Paper TIME MONDAY JUNE 15th :, -Y .
Susan Shaw., 1709 NW 11th ,

Road. E,ry.h i Participating in the 23rd an Atlas Weapon System missile. AT .
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring 9:30: A. M. THE FINEST
nual conference of the Societyof Mrs. Richardson, her hus-
Miss Chris Carlisle
,
bride-elect of Wylie HardyJr. Aeronautical Weight Engi-: specialist band, John in, nuclear who is technology a design SELECTION OF WORLD FAMOUS $J jf

of Augusta, 12:30 p.m. neers in Dallas recently was
in the astronautics division
Mrs. Richard C. Sanders Jr .; Mrs. Jeweline H. Richardson of General Dynamics, NYLON' TRICOT LINGERIE. '
and her daughters, Miss _.
of San Diego, the daughter and their two children, Mar- I
Sherry Sanders and Miss
Pam Sanders, Gainesville of Mr. and Mrs. HerbertL. garet Ann, eight years old, (EXCLUSIVELY YOURS AT WILSON'S : /

Golf and Country Club. Hayes of Gainesville.Mrs. and Julie three plan to visit
the Hayes sometime in July. IN GAINESVILLE) I Jf \
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THURSDAY, June 18 Richardson, a graduate -

Bridesmaids luncheon hon- of Gainesville School .
y+ xr High
oring Miss Patricia Ailstock OVER PIECES- ,
1,000 c
and the University of Florida,
bride-to-be of Clifton McNeil EXPERT TREESURGERY
Gornto, 1 p.m., Mrs. Charles delivered a technical paper i

West and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jeweline Richardson during the conference. The The Largest Special Purchase ( ( .

Mrs. Nicolas West. paper dealt with the methodfor ,, .

FRIDAY, June 19 combining weights of dif- *De-moaning In Wilson's History \\ ,
'
Luncheon honoring Miss Set Talk ferent accuracy levels for / *Work Cavity YOU'LL RECOGNIZE THIS MERCHANDISE IMMEDIATELY.WE .
Chris Carlisle, bride-elect of predicting or updating weight r ; *Pruning k
Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, and accuracies of large scale *Tree CANT MENTION THE "'
12:30 Mrs. Russell Cow- Removol "
p.m. weapon systems.The 1 tAi FAMOUS NAME BUT EACH /
les and Mrs. John Harrisonat ill *Grove Bracing ,r VLt /

the Harrison home, 727 SW Here OnChina former city residenthas Pruning PIECE BEARS ITS ORIGINAL
27th Street. been an employee of General '
fAf if'1 LABEL & THE MANUFACTURER'SORIGINAL
Bridal luncheon honoring Dynamics for 10 years. Free Inspection and Estimates t

Miss Dian Aiken, fiancee' She is currently a weight engineer PRICE TAG!

of Paul Martz, noon, Mrs. W. in astronautics divi tJ.tI.&
A
SEE
SELECTION OF THIS
of the where .
G. Carver of Lakeland and sion corporation, / U'

her daughter, Miss Jean Car., she conducts statistical analysis 20 NW 16th An. FR 6-2661 4 TRULY LOVELY LINGERIE IN 1I
Mrs. R. Perrin McNair,
ver, Hotel Thomas. of operational targeting '
of who spent 23 years hi the interior weight and dispersions for the y OUR WINDOW NOW ..
Wedding Miss Dian Aik-
of China as a mission- 1.
en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
will.be guest speaker for
and Paul Martz, son of Rev. ary '
N1i THROUGH THIS SPECIAL 'PURCHASE
the June meeting of the Ala- T
and Mrs.'Charles T.Martz of

First Pompano Presbyterian Beach, 7:30 Church.p. m., chua Club County Tuesday.Republican. Women's r j OF THIS FAMOUS MAKER'S'r :


SATURDAY, June 20 The club will meet follow- 7?
"Coke" party feting Miss ing a noon luncheon at the ::. 4\ DISCONTINUED NUMBERS

Chris Carlisle;'bride-to-be of Park Lane Cafeteria.The FoundationsShop20"FI

Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta,
10:30: a.m.;Mrs. Gus McGriff speaker has chosen the "

1020 NE Third Street. topic Present, "Chinese Political Highlights Situations.of" a L' \ WILSON'S IS ABLE TO OFFER
Pinner; honoring Miss Pa-

tricia Ailstock and Clifton Mc Mrs. McNair is the motherof
Neil Gornto following their Dr. Barry McNair, a for- r F- YOU OVER $5,000 WORTH OF

wedding rehearsal at .the mer resident of Gainesville.She '

Archer Baptist Church, Mrs. lived in New York City, LINGERIE AT SAVINGS
TO YOU
H. B. Skinner, aunt of the Washington, D.C., and Lakeland -
bride at her home in Archer.1it&.A. .
Ga., before moving to
'
Gainesville. yxa '. rtOF % TO OFF.

During her travels, she has

spoken to various groups in

estine the United and States Germany., Egypt, Pal- c The selection includes Robes, Robe Sets,-


a Members and friends of the \ \ F Gowns Pajamas Slips Petticoats Petti Pants
club are invited to attend the ,

WE HOUSE ELIMINATE PESTS luncheon meeting. r % \ & Panties! A complete Lingerie Wardrobe oft

Candied ginger cut into thin

.& dition strips makes to grapefruit an excellent sections.ad- 4. ;; _, : this, the finest our top quality nylon tricot


20 NW 16th& Avt. FR 6-2661<< -. Nice! as an appetizer or desert .Kt 8:.' g; Jf lingerie specially purchased for this sale.


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fbeVORWffS&t .,. t. \ SALE STARTS MONDAY.

I A, 32-36. '
I B & C. ) \ 9:30 '
: ; A.M.
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cRt I. .A, 3238. .,

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SPECIAL PURCHASE ROBE & SETS, Ori9- 10.95 to 25.95 .

'- SALE 4.99 TO 16.99. !,. _

SALEt (fj7j ) GOWNS,' Orig.' 5.95 to 29'95' -' '"\-


160 FAMOUS MAKE BRAS* .r; Y IfI 11 SALE 3.99 TO 19J99 ;'


( ) (EXCLUSIVELY WILSON'S) PAJAMAS, Orig. 7.95 to ?24.95 .,

STRAPLESS BANDEAUXORIG. .' : SALE 5.99 TO .
or 16.99 :
There's so much to see and do on a Four Winds World A

Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure to describe ill! 3.95 & 5.00 t I' 'SLIPS Orig. 3'95.to.19'98' 'or F --" -- _
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W -
TV $ ,
Mail below for free !
your
coupon copy '
M& itf$&&# '. .' SALE 1.99 TO 1.99 '.
55 exciting days from $229$. 4 sailing monthly SALE 2.99 '

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--- e/---u- 0rI9395 to 8.95'
7 PETTICOATS
WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE YOU'LL RECOGNIZE THE FAMOUS BRAS ,
sos W. UNIVERSITY AVE. IMMEDIATELY FROM THEIR DISTINCTIVE SALE 1.99 TO 5.99 'rPETJILEGS _
I
jRXJR I* PHONE FR 6.4641 STYLING & EXQUISITE WORKMANSHIP. j
, I NYLON LACE CUPS UNDERLINED WITH > PANTIES, Or2] *? to 5'95'. ;

!: WINOSE t II'' PATENTED "FIBER-LIFTS" (Flexible Strands v SALE 1. 9 TO 2.9fcrt

of Fiberglas! ). ... ..
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-- Sunday, June 14, 1964 GoIneivllle Sun 7B \
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:2l SEE .-= I Summer Activity Booms .


: ,. by I (Samestiilk iUtt j




E'S .. the SUN II For Youth at Churches RELIGION.


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i CITY COURT license $50. Yvonne Brock Thomason.I -
I ,_ _? Judge W. W. Hampton 2210 SE 46th Ter. no driver's license I. I _
__June ", "64 $20. -
,: -liel: Arthur L. Cleveland. 741 SE Willis O. Z. Crews. 2232 SE ,th Place. *
13th. Place no driver's license five days lpeeding. 110. Larney J. Boggs. 1104 NW Bible School Youth in SpotlightAt
., ,
I and $25. Calvin James Daniels 716 NW 22nd Ave.. ran red light. $10. William
: 4th Ave.. no,driver's license five days R. Henderson SW 2nd Place
speedIng -
'and '$35 er II days., Omar Eugene Ter. $10. Ed Gray. Bronson. 1st
.
ran stop
I'l I ry'-15V* SW 2nd Place, physical p05.es0fI sign, $10., John R. Evans 424 SE 13th Presbyterian to Open Slated At .
of a vehicle while Intoxicated $150 Ter., $10. Michael A. Richards. 121' NW
or' 60 days.- license revoked. for three 43rd Ave. speeding $10. Ida F. Robbins, North CentralMethodist
,
months. Gracevine ranr red light $50. .
t :. Rosa Lee.Johnson its NW 2nd st.. Ronald O. Lambert. 3530 SW 34th Ave.
drunk and disorderly $35 or 15 days. ran stop sign $10. James Span. 1st
i :Joseph Bennett, 1037 NE 1st St. drunk. careless' ; driving. $25. Jeannine M.Archer.John- Two Weeks of Bible SchoolVacation BaptistFirst
.130 or, 12 days.: J. C. James. 419 NW son. 1428 NE 14th $t., careless driving. Student will I
Day
41st Ave.. drunk and disorderly $50 or 20 S25. Thursday evening. The theme .
'days. Thomas William Jones. 933 NW Eunice Viola Watts. 104 SE 24th st- Baptist Church will begin be observed today at the First of the week is "Come Follow
let St..drunk.$30or12 days Richard r.o driver's license. $20. Clarence Will..
I Taylor, 437 SE Uth st.. drunk $30 or am Reeves l.30 NW Ith Ave.. ran stop'- Bible School at the' Working Together as Chris ment: Mrs. Raymond Hackett, its annual Vacation Bible Methodist Church with all col- Me" and activities will includea
12 days. Charles Evans. 722 NW 2nd St.. sign. Bell E. Spencer, 1004 SW 1st Ave.. i School Monday at 8:30 ajn. for
..'drunk' $25 or K days. failure to yield right of way. $25. Bever First Presbyterian Church begins tians. !Mrs. E. P. Stewart. Miss Lynn lege students and their familiesas fellowship each
Oliver Wright, 601 SW 5th st.. drunk. Iy O; Magee, 2049 NE 15th St., speed Children of the communityare young people ages 4 through 13. supper even
\ '*25 or 10 days. Willie Mae Clifton Rt" Ing. $10.Joel Monday and continues Tyner Miss Kathy Robinson, The sessions will conclude honor guests. ing in
at skillshops
publicity
wor-
'4. $35 or 12 days. Harry Waft Jr. 236' D. .Hi". Br "'ord, ran red light. invited to attend the daily Mrs. Max Langham Mrs. V. W. ,
:SE 1st st.. drunk 30 days. Homer Pate $10. Samuel Z. Knowles 3177 NW tlh Te through Friday, June 26. Classes 11:30 each day and will run ship recreation and service
ii sessions from 9 to 11:30 ,
:2233 Hawthorne Rd. drunk. $25 or 10 Speeding. $10. Renalda M. Davis. 2212 NE a.m. Clark, Mrs. Nat Robertson, Miss: Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will
days. Robert Strappier! Jr.. 708 NW 2ndit. 8M1. Ave. speeding. J1. Terry L Gar.rett. are to be held each morning The morning will begin each through June 26. and a recreation period and wor-
.. drunk and disorderly. $SO or 20 days. 107 SW 261h St., speeding. $10. Leslie Barbara Alvarez, Miss Nan Cal- preach at both the 8:45: and 11:00
I Franklin K. Lent..2122 NE 12th Ter.. Lyles Jr.. 1528 SE 13th Place. ran red for children in the kindergarten, day with a worship service in away Miss Beverly Preston- Mrs. Helen Laughon will be ship service.
careless driving. $15 or 10 days. WilliamF. '? f'10 Emory 0. Nettles a.m. church services on the
l 47 NW
Osbome. 1234 NW 25th Ter. backing :31st Place careless driving. $25. primary and junior departments the lona Chapel led by Dr. U. primary department; Mrs. David -leading activities for the nursery Mrs. Mel Laite will be the di-
through an Intersection. $5 or 2 days. : Lee E. Stern 4341 of the church. theme "When God Moves In.
,, Bruce D. Miller 719 SW 21st Ave.. im- red light. $10. Reba Newberry C. Rogers Rd.Rt.ran 3. of the church school. !S. Gordon. pastor Fouts, Mrs. M. D. Wohlers, and beginner children and Rev. rector for the junior day camp
proper turn. $5 or 2 days. Albert R. ran red light $10 Leslie MjOdcin, Lake Director of the school is Mrs. Miss Mary Hart, ,Miss Elaine John Andes, minister of education College students participating in with sessions from 8:30: a.m. to

)! .Massey.accident, 2U$35 NW or 10 36th days.St.failure hit and to run re- City.Chua speeding speeding$25.$10.Jean Parley W. Brown P. ,Butie Ala- Them for the year's study I C. Allen Ross. The staff includes Tew, Mrs. J. D. Preston Mrs. will be leading for the primaries -the morning services will be 4 p.m. each day open tomorrowand

I port an accident $35 or 10 days. Jr.. 805 NW 36th Ave.. Speeding. $15. !will be "Jesus Christ" for the Mrs. Billy Brashear, Mrs. W. C. W. K. Robertson Miss Janie and juniors. .
Ave. of University ending Friday.
Vernon I.. Tlltman. 1943 NW 3th Mary L. King 212 C Fl*' 3. ran red Miss Donita Mathison
I no valid driver's license on person. $35 light. $10.Mary kindergarten and primary. Juniors Evans Jr., Miss Sherry Allen, Harp, Miss Cathy Alvarez,I
., or 10 days. Paul C. Burge. 4040 NW 19th Ruth Elfe Rt. 3. ran red light will study "Living and Porter Home junior depart- Children 4 and 5 years old will of Florida, Miss Mary
Place driving while Intoxicated. $150 or S10. James Bailey. 227 NW 7th Ave.. Bruce Brashear, Mrs. Richard
4 60 days. drivers license suspended three careless driving. $25. Charles C. Douglas Stouffer Mrs. R. H. Miss be learning about Jesus, who Ruth Mills of Hiwassee College Power of PrayerA
Biggs
M. Benhelim. 712 SW 5th St.. ,
Mustapha
months. esIW. driving with expired driv he is and what he in
\) NW lit St. $10 or 3 days. ers' license. $20 Diana C. G. Crawford. Beth Dovell Miss Carol Dur- means, Miss Sherry Sanders of
Peoples 113 NW 11th St.. no decal. i$5 NW 31st Ave. ran red light. $10. Estil four departments with Mrs. David
I or 3 days Sydney O. Chase III 3620 SW B. Veatch 3012 NE 11th St, Speeding. Youth Activities rance, Miss Gale Calaway, Miss Agnes Scott College and Miss
), Archer Rd.. decal not attached. $5 or'3 $10. Top JoAnn Hendon as beginner corre
days. Nichols J. Rodites 707 NW tth David White. 1004 NW 5th Ave., speedIng Calaway-kindergarten lator. Sandra Lay of Florida South- reader
Place, parking out of assigned area $25. Simon P. Harris. 1313 NE 1st department; Mrs. Carl Anderson -: College. The student speakers writes i "I 1
ern
St. speeding $10. Mary L. ,
1 V0onaldIU Wiggins. Tolbert Hall equipment NW 36th Dr., ran red light Elleman, $10. Carlton 1121 Mrs. W. H. Barfi ld, Miss Mrs. L. R. Arrington is cor service
the at
J violation $3 or 1 day. Walker. W. Dees Newberry. Speeding. $10 Johnny Week for MethodistsThe Genie Melton, Chad Reed- relator for the three primary at evening thought you
'I Ave. two
J Lundy Jr.. 1110 NW 16th J. Campbell. 2035 NW 31st Place ran will be Miss Jean S L woudbein-!
charges of parking out of assigned I red!: __light. $10. Marcus C. Jones. 4700 nursery for teachers' children. departments (grades 1-3)) and 7:30'p.m.
ra. si or 1 day on each charge. 5 w Archer Rd. ran red light. $10. of Georgia terested in
-- Brown of University a
Julian A. Pelaez-Del-Casal. 328 NW 15th Frances K Fraser. 1234 NW 11th Ave. they will be studying "Meeting 5-
S,..' no driver's license S20 or 10 ,days.. ran red light. $10. Emory L. Pierce, 1822 emphasis will be upon Mike Warren, Leon Fowler Others who will be in chargeof Bible Friends." and Dale Reece of the University !- psychiatrist'sjre
Lynn J. Merhlge 2230 Jennings Hall prohibited NW 7th Place. ran stop sign $10. Jack
activities
l' special Mrs. A.
Ella D. Gel- youth as the Young People at and Sells Edwards. They are
turn. M or ;3 days. E. Rogers. 1100 NW 33rd Ave. Speeding. were of Florida. marks,
van. 2123 NE 11th Ter- ran red light.' $20 Bruce Davis Miller. 71* SW 21st North Central Baptist Church C. Reed Mrs. Carl Thompson, Pupils in the 4th through 7th
SJ or 2 days. Harry J. Patton. 4401 SW Ave.. speeding $30. Edward L. Dugger. I accompanied by Rev. and grades will be studying "Pleas 'mode before
t 13th St.. ran red light. M or 3 days. speeding. $10. Evelyn B. Kincald 227-12 lead the worship service to- i Mrs. Emily Achenbach, Mrs. W. The Christian Adventure
Hassan H. Kunalsh. 3JfrC Fla. I, care Corry Village. ran red light. $10 Mrs. N. B. Langford, T. B. T. Calaway, Mrs. D. J. Hart, ing God With My Life" in three Harold A.Q meeting ofJohnso"
'\ less driving. S10 or 3 days. James N. T. Silk. 417 SW 40th Ter.. ran I night. Week for the junior high group
-found not guilty: Michael E. Wayda. red light $10. Allen A. Cohen Jacksonville and Conrad, Mrs. Mittie Jones, Mrs. A. E. Harp, Mrs. Harry departments with Mrs. WilliamA. I' the British
( 32* NW 19th Lane, ran red light.estreated ; / U-Turn $10. Helen D. Kelly 1226 Thirty-five youth coun-I Mrs. Peggy Whitney and Mary Walker Finley as correlator.All also starts tonight under the direction
Mrs.
W. C.
Marianne Woodburyand Medical follows -
the bonds of NW 14th Ave.. ran stop sign $10 selors have just returned froma Congress, as
Rhodes. 2636 NW 1st Ave. no decal. B. Honeycutt. High Springs speeding. $r1 Mixson who served as counselors the Rev. Gary Waller, assistant departments are open to of Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell
SJ. Hugh Hamilton Wilson. 823 NW 5th Thomas Taylor. 920 NW 4th Place drivIng week at DeLand Summer Assembly I :
I Ave. parking out of assigned area. $5. vehicle with no tail lights. $10. Edna I the Florida for the group. pastor. all children in the community. and Mrs. Stanley Mathis,
Arnold H. Slott. 411 NW 14th St.. no C Brown. 750 NW Sth St., ran red light sponsored by : "As an alienist and one
parking zone. $5. Michael U Edwards. $10. Arthur Goines. 1330 SE 3rd Ave. Baptist Convention. The
t02 SW 4th Ave.. parking out of assigned Speeding, $10. whose life has been con-
area. $5. Thomas C. Imeson. 107 Thomas R. Henley. 724 SE 5th Ave.. Youth group was one of the
SW 26th St.. $10. Alex Kronstadt. 141 speeding. $10. Ruth G. Smith. 310 NW urattendance from Nation Churches Tackle cerned with the sufferingof
j I NW 3rd Ave. no parking zone. $5. James 34th Dr. failure to yield right of way. largest any Challenge
Wright Crabtree 221 SW 13th' St.. park. 25. Omer R. Page. 1723 NE Sth St. church in the state. the mind I would
Ing out of assigned area. 15. Thomas speeding. $25 Eunice B. Carter. 802 NE
t.\, C. I Imeson 107 SW 26th St.. parking 22nd St., no license tag. $10 no driver's The week of .camp was the state that of all the
II out of assigned area. SS. license. $20 Stafford Sapp. 929 NW 7th
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signed written pleas of guilty: Mello Ave.. failure to yield right of way. $25. beginning of the summer youth measures to counteract
Shepard 614 NW 2nd St. drunk. $25. Bobby E. Hodge. 408 NW 5th Ave.. of the church. The .Posed..by MovementBy disturbed sleep and depression
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t\ Ronald Joseph Kalman 293 NE 11th speeding. $25. Annie T. Morgan. Mlca- program Integration
Drive allowing minor to consume alcoholic nopy. driving while Intoxicated. $150 driv vacation will be filled with of spirits first
beverages on premises. $50. James er'1 license suspended three months.
t D. Helton. 3961 SW 4th Place. consuming Richard M. Fry. Rt. 3. careless driv- youth activities, to_ be_ high:! place should be given to
beer from an open container on a public Ing. $25. Pierce C. Ashmore, Micanopy Churches churches "The churches have !
lighted by a Youth Week July remain segregatedfor "Presbyterian are an open.
S\ street, $25. Ginger S. Williams. Jacksonville ran red light. $10 Sara F., Eagan .907 the simple habit of
I consuming beer from an open SW 6th Ave. consuming beer from an 1924.. ATLANTA, Ga.' TAP-Racial) the most part although all still largely segregated in the door'policy, spelled out in great I prayer.

fi Container Willie I I Lee on King.a public 648 street NE 15th S25.st.. con- open Randall container F. Baukney on public, street.2840 SE$25.19th Three Stetson University .students -issues are making new cracks the major groups except the South,'. said Dr. James Pattonof detail in statements by the i .

I cleaed NW 4th weapon Ave. drunk.150. George S40. Abe Hiywood.W. Theus.422 IS.Ave.William. parking D.In Flannery.space reserved 2006 NW for 13th bus. will participate-in Youth in church walls.: Southern Baptists have adopted Atlanta, executive secretaryof churches," he said. "Ours is to Another doctor testified -

308 SE 20th St. drunk $25. John B Mor. St.. noisy mufflers. $10 Donald R. White- Week. Steve Wilkerson, who Southern Baptists split over nonsegregation policies. the General Council. "But this be restated at the Pittsburgh as a medical fact
land. 3105 SW 1st Ave. parked In man 1247 W Univ. Ave. public drunk. selected this as outstanding and the is just from tradition. The gen convention in July." I that his blood
truck loading zone. $5. Claude W. Crook. $50. Donald R. Alexander. 1933 NW 4th was year segregation opponentsof The conservative and locally pressure

loading Indian Rocks zone S5.Beach Charles, 'parking W. Lee.In Rt.truck 2, Ave.$25., Donald driving H.on Squire wrong 209 side NE of street.Blvd., freshman at Stetson an open-door policy won a independent Southern Baptistswere eral custom, is that if Negroesgo An Episcopal clergyman, the was lowered by prayer

driving a car with no brakes $10. Richard careless driving. $25 and is presently president of narrow victory at their annual narrowly divided on the to a white church they are Rev. Milton Wood, canon of the his nerves became calmer -
\ N. Prlmo.. 1106 NE 21st Ave. disorderly Sidney M. McCollum Tolbert Hall the Freshman Council of the welcome.'' Atlanta his mind became rested -
said
diocese
I I conduct. $25. Dale E. Turlington Improper turn $25. Alvin A. Hardman. meeting.The segregation issue at their meet there had I

205 Dennis NW 16th Leroy Ave-Leahy.disorderly 2f SE conduct.21st $25.St. 41'ert SE H. 7th Pickler.St., ran 234 red U. Fla.light.III.$10.spee Rot- Baptist Student Union, will Methodists. took another ing. Some churches and all seminaries Roman Catholic churches been dissenters. and more alert and

disorderly conduct $25. Clarence A. Ben. Ing. $10. Donald R. Alexander 1933 bring the inspirational messages integration step 'and Southern of the Baptists have non- have encountered no difficultyover "It's resolved as a practical his whole body was bene

McRae son Fairbanks Starke. driving drunk.while$25. Intoxicated.James W. R.NW Shackleford 4th Ave., III speeding., 229 B Fla.$10. III.James U- during the week. He will Presbyterians ordered another segregation policies. Negroes attending pre- matter" he said, "except in iso fited.

months.$150. driver's Eunice license B. Carter.suspended 802 NE three 22nd 2nd Turn Ave.$10.. Jeffery U.Turn,M. $10.Walker.William 1216 SW B. be .aided by. Miss Priscilia.- color line erased. Methodist delegates to the dominantly white churches, al. lated situations." The wonder to me is

St.. driving a vehicle with faulty brakes. Harrison. 1825 NW 7th St. ran red Jan S and Joel -BagnaK- These events of the past few general conference of the though parochial school desegregation Jewish synagogues do not that with all the evidence

,I $40.$10. Warren Claude B.R.Parks Glbbs Jr.1427 RI. 4.SE drunk 22nd Hall light speeding.$10. Rita$10.C. Rodney Cecere L. Brimhall Jennings Those who are returning from months appear as another side Church enacted a law that all brought some troublein practice segregation, said Rabbi around us, that there can

Ave. drunk. 1214 SW Uth St.. ran stop sign $10 the DeLand Youth Assembly 1 effect of thE,great social upheaval Methodist delegates must "re Louisiana. Harry H. Epstein of Atlanta. be any life-long serious
Billy M. Beltz. 71' NE tth Stfaulty Leonard M. Mozur. 1106 SW 4th Ave..
muffler $10. Eddie C. George. 309 NW ran red light on bike. $5. are: Sam Lucius, Darryl Addison that burst over the nation cruit, employ, utilize and pro- Catholic prelates always have "We are for the rights of all doubters, but then appar-
4th St. 110. Paul J. Hadsock. Fairbanks. -dIsmissed charges against Sydney O. Linda Taylor Pat Conrad last mote without had nonsegregation policies. he said. He added that ently their
driving a vehicle with Improper lights. Chase III, 3620 SW Archer Rd. failureto summer. regard to race, people, reasoning is
8)0.) Robert E. Blewend. Rt. 4. ran red observe stop sign. Johnn F Inlay son. Sandra Jones, Marsha Math. Coupled with the growing lib color or sex." However, there are few Negro there were very few Negroes// based upon an unwillingness -
light. $10. Ernest CaWwelU lit NE 25th 410 SE 10th Ave.. petit !
\ St. n o driver's license. $20. Alfonso J. Sheaty. 2413 NE ith larceny.Place Gloria petit ews, Sandra Robinson, Vickie eralism on racial issues in The Methodist delegates votedto Catholics in the South. who have been to accept belief in a

James. 419 NW 41st Ave. no driver's larceny. Garrett, Debbie Hartmann, Southern churches were actionsof provide financial aid to members Integration has been spotty in Jewish faith. mystery in things they

Pamela Outlaw, Pat Doyle, the Northern Baptists and suffering hardship in join' Lutheran and in Episcopal cannot understand with

Jan Douglas, Colene Cowart, Presbyterians.The ing in racial demonstrations.The churches. human logic.
THIS SUMMER
Ii At the Hospital Charlotte Palmer, Margaret Be- Rev. Edler G. Hawkins of Presbyterian Church in: "The Negro people aren't- fall Plan for.-a Thank God for my

law, Carolyn McCall, Amanda'ollins New York was elected May 21 the U.S.-SOuthern-has orderedits ing over themselves to join "Southern Kcswick" faith and the peace it has .

Linda Boyles, Carlene as the first Negro moderator of white presbyteries in seven i white churches," said Dr. Raymond given i me '! A regular

ALACHUA GENERALJune Ivann Brkic Mrs. Georgia Williams "urlington, Dale Turlington the United Presbyterian Churchin Southern states to absorb three I Wood, president of the FAMILY VACATION reader" Please write

9 Raymond Hess Mrs. Mel Hedick, Jimmy Whitney, the U.S.A. That is the highest Negro presbyterian, or jurisdictional -Southeastern Synod of the Lutheran IN FLORIDA your own comments and

BIRTHSMr. Ruby Woodard, Mrs. Catherine Paul Waters, Adair Garrett, office in the church. districts. Church in America. experience to Editor. P.O.
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and Mrs. Larry B. Cullen, Sabers, Maru Dunlap, James JUNE 22-JULY 19 Box 13. Norwalk. Conn.

1533 SE 39th PL, a boy; Mr. Johnson, Emma D. Bellah, four great weeks! Sponsored by:

and Mrs. Stanley R. Brantley, Vickie Anne Derrick, Mary Church at St. Petersburg I ,

Apt. 204 D Flavet III. a girl; Sturgeon, all of Gainesville; Community Directory DAILY BIBLE CONFERENCE I JONES-JOHNSON II

Mr. and Mrs. David H..Jamer-Daisy Slaughter, Cedar Key; ',I

son, 2220 SW Archer Rd., a Larry Thomas, Hawthorne AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTS i
boy. Theron Rain Chiefland Glenn; GAINESVILLE CHURCHES 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at Road, Holy Communion at 8:3C I Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m.. S 311 S.MAINST.

Pendleton ; Advent Churches 11 a.m.. and 7:30 p.m. a.m.; family service at 9:30: ; Sacrament meeting, 6:30: p.m. PRIVATE SWIM POOLS "

ADMITTED Daytona Beach; Ridgeview Baptist Church, morning prayer at 11 ajn. on Nazarene I
Olmes Advent Christian Church 617
Mary Wray St. Peters-
Geraldine Ann Brantley Ethel burg; Cecil Freyermouth, New-! NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. NW 19th St., services at 11 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion First Church of the Nazar. NEAR FAMOUS BEACHES I FUNERAL HOMEFR

Ann McKinney, Joel Edward Mattie and 7:30 a.m. and 8 p. m. on 2nd and 4th Sundays. ene, 302 SE 1st Ave., services Send for complete Information:
berry Alachua
Poole ..Elizabetbv Louise- Dees ; Hague ; p.m.Umbargr Westside Baptist Church Holiness SOUTHERN KESWICK BIBLE
Memorial Advent at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 6-5361
George CONFERENCEST.
Kay.;NelleJamerson- : Randolph Grady High Springs.DISCHARGED Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., 4039 Newberry Road, .services Eliam Pentecostal SW Ar- Trinity Church of the Nazarene rERSBIJRG 8

Saxton COOn: Susan Welch, Mrs. Juanita Begue, Mrs. services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 at 11am. and 7:30 pjn. cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat

Marjorfe. Blanche Brown, Christie "" Catholic and 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Lynn Phillips, Sun Dell Mrs.Dorothy Roberta Davis Andrews and ,daughte and, p.m. St Augustine Chapel, 1738 Lake Forest Pentecostal.Holiness University Ave. Church of the

Trailer Edna Harley Truluck, Alliance Churches W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat Church, services at 11 a.m. Nazarene, 3545 W. Unv.! Ave., .
daughter and
Vera Mae Kyle Barbara Ann ; Mary Glancey First Alliancer a.m., worship 9:30: and 11 a.m., daily mass and 7:30 p.m.University services at 10:45 a.m. and 73<

Keller,Julia Diane' McCallum. daughter and son; Mrs. Elizabeth *t Bishop Jr. High, 1901 Mon. through Fri. at 6:30: a.m. Pentecostal Holi. p.m.

Luna Marcelle Corvin all of Dees Mrs. Imogene NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 a.m. Confession ness Church, Odd Fellows temple Presbyterian

Gainesville; hey Katherine Girl Brewster Woodward Helen Keller, Baby 637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri at at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serv First Presbyterian Church '.

Hutson, High Springs; Charles Mrs. Clarence Thomas of God 5 p.m. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 ;.
Hallie Langston Mrs.
Harry Berry Dunnellon; Hor- Shirly Martin and ,Willie First Assembly of God, Wa!. St Patrick's Church, 704 NE Inter-denominational ajn. and 7:30 p.m. .."

ace Croover Cruse, Bell ; Holmes Elvin son; do Road services at 11 a.m. 1st St, masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Gainesville Drive-In Church ,Grace Presbyterian Church

Charles Henry Brornbley Evan. Bruton, Mrs. and 7:30 pjn. 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. Hawthorne Road, service at 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11
Getty Foerst ,Mrs. The 1
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I m a
8:30 ajn.The .
stan; Brenda Joyce Donohoo GbiisflanFirst JTTT1.
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E. Palatka; Alice Marie Gay- I Green, Mrs. Frances Cook, Baptist Christian Church, SW Salvation Army, 22 SW Highlands Presbyterian Church new,

nor, Daytona Beach; Albert James Milton, Deborah and Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 2nd Ave. at 8th St, service at: 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and 1001.NE 16th Ave., servicesat
Denise Glicco Steve Moore.Urges SE 15th St. services at 11
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7:30p.m. 11 am.and 7:30 spiritual
Cuss Dasinger, Mt. Dora. 11 ajn. S p.m.
a.m. and 7:30 pjn. I Jehovah's Witnesses Ian
West Side Christian Church, Kanapaha Presbyter -
DISCHARGEDJohn Carol Estates Baptist Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Church Archer Road
Gifts meeting at Gainesville Little past experience.an
E. Hummel Mrs. Paula Church 1428 NE 20th Place!Theatre' 4039 NW 16th Ave., Witnesses 1124 NE 3rd Ave., Medical Center, service at 11
Pizzo and son Melvin Stevens services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 service at 6:30
service at 11 a.m.Christian pjn. a.m. be with this
Henry Smith Mrs. Pinkye Sue For LothenmFirst Quakers yours
Baptist p.m.Eastside Scientist
Moreland and daughter, Mrs. Baptist Church 1501E. Lutheran Church 1801 Religious Society of Friends

Dollie Anne Glisson Edgar 0. Univ. Ave., services at 11a.m. SW Christian 12th St Science Service Church at 11 ajn.420 NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at once-in-a-lifetime offer!

Yates, Mrs. Bertha Barbaree I Schools and 7:30 p.m. and 11 ajn.Gethsemane. 11 ajn. the most beloved! patuge from the King Jamet wrsiotsoftMlug
Church of Christ
Faith Independent Baptist Lutheran
Mack !
Cudgp, Mrs.--Ruby Wyrop- Unitarian-Universalist
dick and daughter Audrey U I .Church NW 31st Ave. at 7th Church of Christ 639 E. Univ. Church 1905 NE 12th St, ser'viccat Unitarian Universalist Fellowship -
Dr. Thomas
Hansen heading services at 11 ajn. and Ave. services at 11 ajn. and t
Ter.
Chambers, Margaret Bale and the Florida 11 a.m.Uriiversity 1204 NW 10th Ave..
Baptist Convention
son, Otis F. Allen Mrs. Bar 7:30 pjn. 7:30 p.m. Lutheran Church Sunday school and services
bara Pearce, Ethel Ann McKinney Church Committee in the Chris First Baptist 425 W. Univ. Fourteenth St. Church of 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at.both at 11 ajn.AREA kt UIZAJIOEI KMMT
tian education campaign will Ave., services at 11 ajn. and Christ 205 NW 14th St., serv-'11 Through the magic of high-fidelity; recordings the rich intrant voice
Ray M. Kirby, Joel E. be speaking today in two area ices at 11 a.m. and 6:30 a.ni.Methodist CHURCHES of Alexander Scourby, famous star of radio television and the stage
7:30
Poole Ivey K. Hutson. churches p.m.'Forest p.m. Baptist makes the ageless words of The BIBLE come to life with brilliance
urging participation Park Baptist 1624 Northeast Church of Christ Centenary Methodist 1400 Archer Baptist Church, serv- and the dignity of religious faith.

JaDe II in a campaign to raise $2 mil NW 5th Ave., services at 11 418 E. Univ. Ave., services at SE Hawthorne Road, services ices at 11 a.m. and 8 This magnificent fear-volume treasury of the most loved passages from
-BIRThS '" t lion in three years for Stetson .a.m. and 7:45 p.m. 11 ajn. and 6 p.m. at 11 am. and 7:30 pm.- Eliam Baptist Church.pjn. Melrose the New Testament tells the story of Jesus Christ through the beautiful
of
sounds the ancient
prophets.
Mr._and_ Mrs. Kennard, 4926 University at Deland and Baptist Gainesville Primitive Bap- Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof Faith Methodist Church, Howard worship services 'at11 TOURS Flit FOI li OATS to audition In the

SW 47th St., a boy; Mr. and Bible Institute at Grace.,! tist Church SW 34th St at Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- ajn. and 7:30 peace and privacy of your own home this Q*?
p.m.
Mrs. Stewart-Meyer, Mfcaaopy vli!, both Baptist Schools. cher Road, service at 11 Ar-I services at 9 ajn. and 6b iuzn, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat First Baptist Church of. Mic- four-volume treasury bound In rich library S8 '-'
cover! Eight full-size two hours of Inspirational OnI
a boyf Mr.ana Mrs." G. V. The Ford Foundation last North Central p. m. 11 ajn. anopy, services at 11 a.m. and listening only J8.95 If available In stores. this V'"V

Slaughter, Cedar Key a boy; year announced a $1.5 million Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services Church Of God First Methodist, 419 NE 1st 7:30 pjn.Hague record-treasury would cost$19.80 for this extraordinary

Mr. and Mrs. Jack' >forrison, grant for Stetson if the schoolwould at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and Church of God, HawthorneRoad St., services 8:45 and 11 a.m. Baptist Church serv- limited offer. ACT NOW!Septly U Haiti in U ivenrhetafec

3851 NW?'ltth St.; a girl; Mr. raise $3 million in match 7:30 p.m. and Third Ave., servicesat and 7:30 p.m. ices at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. ttnui fit thuS matarflcest mdiigs.

and Mrs. Edward Sobers 3260 ing funds Oak Hill Missionary Baptist MASTiC itcnomi. swinr 11 iwen tmrr, nuut, .. JLI
over a three-year per- 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.Episcopal Trinity Methodist Church, Wflliston Baptist Church services -

SE, Archer Rd., ,a girl; Mr.' iod. Stetson is the only college 800 NW 40th Ave.. services at 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. 0..... seed M the 4 tMe. Second DEAcIOMd I fla4 p.JWIeIIt .* fun. ,
and Mrs:Antal.Payia, 2824 NE! selected in the South along 11 a.m. and 8 pjn. Episcopal Center Chapel of 9 and 11 a.m. Methodist Treasury at the .,..,taI low price of 111141nt..and JOB ear tile cee'piete cost

11th Dr., a boy Mr. and Mrs:I with 12 other colleges in the Oak Park Baptist Church, the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Wesley Community Methodist Alachua Methodist, SE 1st $.ftCI t.15 UA4JiII(plus 5"cWl'tax lAd). tree IIU this fl JOWII sal6 If ftpp4".avteg. Ie .-1IUIcMt, 'ease. rscoratp

Herbert Jukes 2033 NE 15th, nation to receive the, Founda. tal0 Archer Rd., services at Ave., Holy Communion at 8 Church 826 NW 23rd Blvd., SW_servke'at 11 ajn. mount tosialleMiits.Sa say be caM. to tile easywntMy
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St, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. James. tion's "Special Program i in Ed :45*'and 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. .ajn., morning prayer at 11 services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 Melrose Methodist services at IM d*; Hit Trial Money nfuMetf tarfaeOy tf jm. art Mt MIcbUd.

E SturgeonrRt 3'Bx 94; a boy. ucation" grants.Dr. Old Fashioned ,Missionary am. First Sunday, Holy Communion p.m 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.

ADMITTED Hansen will be.speakingon Baptist Mission, at comer of at 11 ajn., Wesley Foundation and University Newberry Methodist, servicesat SAME 5- 5

Lenora Faltz Tomey Caroline Christian Education. this NW 6th, St. and 34th Place, sere Holy Trinity 116 NE. 1st St Methodist Church 1320 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. -

: Mate. Jukes, -MargaretKeanard,1 morning at Westside Baptist vices at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Holy Communion at-' 8 a.m., W. Univ. Ave-, services at 8:45 Orange Creek Methodist, Us. ADCIUS, -- --- ---- .. .__. __.__
; *Emma StechmillerrHelen Church: in Gainesville and First Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW morning prayer at 9:30 First and 11 a.m. 301 north of Hawthorne, service -

Mae Keller, Mrs. Irene Baptist Church in High Springs, 13th St, services at 11 ajn. Sunday, Holy Communion. ar 8 Mormo'I I at 9:30 ajn.Williston CII'I_ --- ---- """'Cii twr I
Davis, Denise Glicco, Deborah at the evening service, 7:30 and 7:45 p.m. and 9:30. j ChurcKcf Jesus Christ of Latter Methodist Church,, -

: GHcco, ;Mrs. ,Juanita Morrison, p'jn. Pine Grove Baptist Church, St. Michael's, 2180 Milhopper 1 I Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th services 11 .ajn. and 8 p.m.





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fl Gainesville Sun ,Sunday June. 14, 1954Admiral's
went through another marriage He'll Lose HisArm
Judy SaysMarriage
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Is for RealHONG
Intimates of the singing star they must remove the left arm Rivers Construction Co.A .
in Hollywood had termed earlier which they reattached after he
KONG (AP) Judy severed with
accidentally it a
of her Backed
Garland said today her mar- reports marriage "just a week. QUALITY POOL by a
last
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she had not been
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aboard an American liner, the, NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
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Hong aboard Kong an unidentified harbor. ship in t PAINTS. RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.


... w' -- .---_ Miss Garland, 42, and Herronare 1909 EAST 5th STREET
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"Dash" Dashwood Hicks Jr. (center), is promoted to Lieutenant Com

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Tootsie, Dash's wife, pin gold oak leaves on his collar during a presentation in === .-h: ==. _:._ ==. :- -=-- --:;:- __ : __: =]
the Admiral's office on May 25,1964. LCDR Hicks, the son of Mr. and Mrs.D. /
D. Hicks, Sr.. of 831 N.W. 22nd Terrace, Gainesville, has been the admi- : : Hii IEr" ,1 U
ral's aide since July 1963. Of his 12 years in service, he spent eight years in _
the Marine Corps, and rose to the rank of captain before transferring to the
Navy.



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Army Master Sergeant Mrs. Tom H. Glenn Sr., 4002 Loucks of 225 SW Fifth St., has ,
AI Varnes of Gainesville has Newberry Blvd., Is home on completed the first phase of his ii v ylNfiNs. fiwslfi. Nl1t*QiQ
been awarded the Army Commendation Air Force basic military train- r S
leave until June 22. He has
Medal while servingwith ing at Lackland AFB, Texas.
the u.s. completed training at the San .,
Army at Fort! Airman Loucks has been se- .; T" W ''rti. :x Q. ? !
Richardson Alaska. Diego Naval Training Center C'.3fir
ix1acA.
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Sgt. Varnes won the coveted an aircraft maintenance specialist -
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ment while assigned to U. S.!,cisco. He is a graduate of GHS mand (ATC) school at Amarillo ;h QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

Army, Alaska, Information Office and attended the University of AFB, Tex. His new unit is partof _. t
Florida. the vast ATC system which
where he served as Chiefof
the Radio and Television Sec rains: airmen and officers in
tion. the diverse skills required by
Major Frederick J. Hampton, the nation's aerospace force.

The son of Mr. and Mrs. H. formerly of 715 NW 23rd St., ,.al.is a 1961 graduate of GHS.
L. Edwards of Gainesville, the has completed the U. S. Air :
Florida native has been in Alas- Forces Southern Com m a n d x BLUE RIBBON QUALITY

ka one year. He came to Alas- (USAFSO) Tropical Survival .. ... "... FRESHLY GROUND
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world. !Caracas, Venezuela, where he '
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Major General Benjamin H. crewman with the 2nd Battalion
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= THE LIBRARYFrom Offered In The I I In Moose FOR DAD WHO IS


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. the Loan Desk SarasotaSARASOTA CHICAGO (AP) Helen Da-
vies of Gainesville was named FULLER, MORE( NATURAL TONES I

-- By ARDIS BLACKBURN pons; "Soviet Foreign Propa.ganda" For the fifth Boys Grand Regent of the Women of NOW NO HARSH SOUNDS

"The Edge of the Storm," (Barghoorn) an examination season, a company of professional the Moose the top post of the
I Z. By Agustin Yanez of past and present t and advanced graduate I women's auxiliary of the Loyal i -- 'UP FRONT.MICROPHONE -
: University of Texas Press, 1963. Soviet Order of Moose. I .ir
propaganda; "Cuba, the students of theater will present ..
Library A library programwill are furnished by the .1
( = This Mexican novel, voted a Economic and Social Revolution" -a summer repertory of period Boys' The selection was made Thurs i -
Notable Book of 1963, is a'story (Seers) analysis of the and classical comedies in the and be offered starting tomorrow 9 -Club. day at the closing session of I 1 I Io
changes in agriculture and industry Ringling Museums' Asolo Thea- continuing daily a.m. I 1 1i
Tof; a, village In' Mexico and of to 1 Monday through Fri- Jaycee Buddy Baseball Over the annual international conven-
3 the events leading up to the : since the Revolution. ter in Sarasota, beginning July day. p.m.The addition has 350 boys have completed their tion of the :Moose organiza-

rRevolution of 1910. It is a small TRAVEL 9 and continuing through ,Au- been made program possible with the addition < first full week of baseball in the tions.

\ community, remote from the York"Complete Guide to New gust 29.Sponsored. to the Boys' Club staffof Jaycee Buddy Baseball p no-
"outside world and completely City" (Hepburn) informative gram. Some of the
outstanding
Ron Zimmerman. Ron is a'
jointly by the Ring-
( :under the sway of Father Martinez text, maps, photographs, ling Museums and Florida State graduate student In industrial players have included, Ray Cau- SEWERS HEARING AID 1
one copy on reference "T h
t "- a stern and dedicated Adventures of ; e University, the Asolo ,Theater engineering at the University of then, Steve Long, Rusty Witt,

I priest who preaches a religion Hashimoto" Huckleberry Comedy Festival offers a sum- Florida. Activities in the librarywill Jeff Hall, David Spongberg, Your choice of performance levels
INSTALLED
which is a dark fabric of sin (Douglas) humorous mer theater program unique in include music appreciation Ted Covey, Jay Finzel, Mike o Acoustically tuned for better understanding
account of
:8Ild'. suffer g. He frowns on the author's trav- this country. Setting for the classes, reading contest, debates -Hotchkiss, Randy Hodges, Allen o "Phone Magnet" for interference-free telephone
-laughter and on love. There is 3ls to Japan with his wife and Lowe and Britt Mims. conversations' (optional!)
home- -
-no small son; "Home From Sea"Packer plays is the 18th century Asolo essay contests, FREE ESTIMATES o Ask about ICWay money-back triat-5-Year RoectionCOUCH'S
i gayiety among his people ( ) author's accountof Theater which was purchasedby work sessions and others. FINANCING -
tl and little and
true happiness her the State of Florida froman Egg Market AVAILAILE
) the scenes of village life are life in South Africa; Kitchen Kanteen Starting .
like dark paintings on a shadowed -I"More Time Than Money" antiquarian in Venice and Monday the Boys' Club will i COMPLETE PLUMBING .
t (Kraemer imported in sections to Sarasota from JACKSONVILLE (AP- The HE RING AIISi,
wall. Over all is the deep ) around the world open the Kitchen Kanteen SERVICE 608 N. MAIN ST.
'" tolling of the church bell which with a retired couple. where it was reconstructed in 11:30 to 12:30 so that members Northeast Florida Egg Marketprices
'6
its own building on the Museum : buy a hot lunch. The price to retailers: GATORPLUMBING
{ regulates the life of the people FICTION may FRESH ZENITH HEARING AID
I and reminds them of the immi- "An Inch of Snow" (Cobb) apolitical grounds.In list is as follows: Hot dogs 20 Extra large 39-43, mostly 41;

{ hence of death. satire set in a Southern the repertory this summer I cents, grilled cheese 15 cents, large 37-42, mostly 38; medium BATTERIES FOR MOST HEARING AIDS

town; "Maine Is My Heart" are Shakespeare's "Twelfth Yitos and chips-a nickel. Cold 27%-33, mostly 28% small 24-27
,
;
1
Marta and Maria nieces of
I drinks be bought in thames FREE 10 DAY TRIAL ON ANY
(Clark) humorous may
Father Martinez, keep his house story of Night, Moliere's "Imaginary --- ---- ,mostly 25.Poultry. 901 WALDO RD.
1 for him and share in the gloom. some independent people in a Invalid," Christopher Fry's I ; Dance room.Skating Classes in at farms: fryers Phone 372-4657 ZENITH HEARING AID
Maine "
village "A Place of
; "The Lary's Not for Burning,
They are stirred by deep long dance under the instruction 12% hens
Stone" (Hunter) story abouta and Sheridan's "School fop skating ; heavy 13.
ings which do not understand
they of John Smith will be meet
family in a period of crisis; Scandal." The plays will be
but which fill them with
at
ing each Wednesday evening
"The Long Walk Home FromTown" presented in rotation throughthe
a strong sense of guilt. We see (Duncan 7:30.. All Boys' Club memberswho REMEMBER
) ado-
reliving
season with nightly
per
this also in the other village are interested In advanced
lescent years In a Montana formances and
Wednesday,
girls and in the all
young men, skating should report to the
town "More
Roman
; Tales" and
matinees.
Friday Saturday
hungry for the social lightheart- (Moravia) Boys' Club at the above time.
more vignettes of
edness so strictly forbidden Roman life; "Lfadmann" (Raphael Inquiries concerning the summer Members of the class are John.

them. ) the search of a survivor schedule of performances ny Smith, Larry Helton, Terry
Visitors to the village seem of a Jewish refugee ship or of the special theater vacation I Lindsey, Raymond Hawkins '
,as strange as beings frqn an- for the meaning of life and his package plan being offered Charles Parkhurst, John Box,
other planet. Their clothes and futile efforts to communicate; this year, should be addressedto Tony Lindsey, Danny Price and I'

their manners arouse suspicionand "A Little Less Than Kind" Asolo Theater Comedy Festi- Steve Hawkins.

secret envy. Worst of all, (Armstrong) a psychological val, P.O. Box 1690, Sarasota, Roller Skating Roller skating I
from the point of view of Father, suspense novel centering Florida. is being offered Monday

Martinez, are the young people'I'around a teen-age boy; "Returnof through Friday at 1 pjn. Skates

who have managed to escape to the Long Riders" (Farrell) JUST FOR HIM ZEBCO REELBY I I1\ INDOOR MOST

Schools and seminaries an* who a 'feud, a kidnapping, and a Cats may not have nine lives, OUTDOOR
come home for vacations, up- ride to a Mexican outlaw's but they are living longer these (Samtewlle SunFabulous ARVIN JUST $2.90 Iiii1 Thermometers EVERYTHING
retting the tone of the village camp; "The Winter People" days. The average cat lives 12
with their lighthearted laughterand ( to 15 Animal ,un t-; "EnCIl'm l llF AT
Phelps) an adventure among years. hospitals Every Man
casual love making. the people of the often encounter 19and 20-year- <
Andes; "Win TLr TlIr=ITrI 1 Appreciates!
Two great events precede the ter Tales, Vol. 9" annual col- olds. This Little BAIRD'S
revolution. There is = tkJ
Halley's Action of outstanding short 1 Favor
comet, blazing across the sky stories.
.
like a herald of evil, suggesting Priced IS FOR

change and upheavals, and Offer 3
Righ t
scarcely less important, the introduction Dead Birds J IMh R FATHER'SFOLITTLE
HUNDREDS OF OTHERS
of gas lamps into a Ftom Col. Santos 1 TO CHOOSE FROM THE
village which has always burn Pose PuzzleFORT

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The actual revolution seems PIERCE (AP) State SAVE $28.00 DAD ALLOWANCETHE
almost I an' anti-climax after and local authorities have begunan .
these, portents. But it bringsnew investigation into the unexplained 3-BAND SPECIAL DAD CAN TELL TO

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rr Jtamirez' reaction to this uge.Egrets, herons, ibis and 40
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the whole story has inexorably found dead recently. light cells.I Adjustabletone
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Some authorities said they INSTAMATIC antenna. P 1
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Mr. Yanez is an artist with feared that pollution may have zone .a,
words ,and his book is almost caused the deaths. An autopsyon Camera i A $13.00 value map
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but it is beautiful. It is like and your Kodapak Film Cartridge.The AMERICAN

the still heat and feeling of tensor MOSCOW (AP-Mongoha) has brand new Hawkeye Instamatic Camera requires no
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; an artist, as well as' bring it under Peking's domination new camera for instantaneous picture taking. L: >:. Y AND
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Grad ClassrttOf ; Spanish Class To Be Offered I If IfA

PEANUTS V beginning class in Spanishfor 'Hall Monday through Friday ElectricalV

I LfketL/le i / akL1/ I II It students in grades 8 from 9 to 10 a.m. I

through 12 will be offered on Those interested invited I Lighting Fixtures
375 VF TOO HIGH? are
i t at the University of Florida cam- to contact Dr. I. R. Wershow,I Residential Commercial
Leslie L. Threatte Jr., son NW 17th St., received his pus beginning June 17 and Director of the Floreign Lan-! Industrial
I of Mrs., Leslie L..,Threatte! 504THREATTE bachelor's degree in music Some 375 University of Florida 'Everard Sidney BedelL BSBA Wilson ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) A ending Aug. 3. guage Institute at the Univer CALL
.from the Conservatory of Music Curtis Bell. BAE; John Franklin Bennett constituent of State Sen. Ed
,i i: .< i students are scheduled to ,BSBA Frances T. Broadfield MED; sity of Florida. Students will
The class is free and is P. Dressier
C.
at Oberlin College in Ohio A. Brown. Jr.. LLB Thomas A. the
j requirements for col- Porter Kendrick is indignant about be taught by the audio-lingual):
.. complete Catanzaro BA; Ysolina M. Centifanto
last week. Threatte, a sponsored by the Foreign: Language -
com-
lege degrees June 17. PHD; Mary Jane Clausen. BSA Robert price of peanuts. approach rather than the traditional Electrical Contractor
bination piano and Greek ma- John, Cohrs AAB Edward William Dai- Institute of the Depart- 910 N.W. 4th St.
jor, received class honors four: Of these, 237 students are ma BSBA;BAE John Clayton Robert Dent William Jr.,Decker BSBA. I "Have you any idea how.ment of Foreign Languages. It approach. reading-translation_ Phone FR 6-5193
ii candidates for undergraduate LLB Nils ;
and ranked the Ivan Marshall Diamond
t. 4 years among and 138 for graduate Juan Diaz MSE Victor A. Dulock Jr.. much the peanuts have gone up will meet in Room 107 Graham;
top ten students in the collegein degrees PHD; Renate Maria G. Ebert MAT; Andrew "
H. Efstathlon BSBR Stanley Etch- in three years, asked a terse
< his senior year, receiving degrees. ells. MA; Frederick Allen Etheridge, Waldo
I t tI 6 senior honors in the Conserva- These students will join Au-MSE; Jervsha Barnum Fadial MS Har- note left on Kendrick's desk. Gets Port Post Dog OwnersV
I t., .dN December and April, 1965 ry Avery Ferran. BME Waller E. Fore-
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tory. I gust hand, Jr.,MA; Melvin Jesse Frost PHD; "As one of the children of
to be honored at the Mary Marguerite Gracy BAE; David Ar- NOTICE
graduates to Dog Owners in Waldo Area. The
f' He received the Pi Kappa lie Graddy MAG Philip Edward Hal.stead. Georgia whom you represent !I ORLANDO (AP-Col. M. A.
w annual commencement ceremony MED Bertrand Heflin, MAJC; I Veterinarian will be in Waldo on the City Lot
k-c,Lambda Certificate of Honorin next spring.Candidates Dorothy Forrest Jean O. Hobbs.Hendrix,II.MED.BSBA Dan request that you amend the Ramsey of Fort Pierce was I at the base of the water tank on .
1 1962, the Florence A Frew I
for degrees from Hudson Honeywell, BSBA Laurel A. R. state constitution to preventthe elected president Friday of the
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Scholarship in classical lan- Jernigan MED Ahmad Kashirad MAG;
J and this area and their hometowns James Frederick Lang LLB George, Robert vendors from charging Florida Ports and Foreign Trade; Thursday 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Pi Lambda
guages a Kappa Lebo PHD; Chung Up Lee MSE; .
include: Chlwen Lin MSE Lonny Lee Nichols Thank Council. He succeeds J. Dillon
Scholarship in 1963, and these outrageous prices.
t Wershow, BA Eliz A. Yeager North. BAE William JUNE 18, 1964
xr. was elected to Phi Beta ALACHUA Eliz Priest David Olinger, II, BA; Robert W. Kennedy of Jacksonville. I
j :,<.'. Kappa He received a Woodrow MED.GAINESVILLE-Robert Glenn Adam Patton MAPH; Robert Dale Paul, MED; you. ALL DOGS MUST BE INOCULATED AT THIS TIME!
Alice Patricia Powers. MED; Walter Joseph is member of the
\ Ramsey a
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.. BSBA Anna Cordelia Adkins. ; The note was signed by Kdrick's The of Waldo Waldo
Wilson Fellowship for grad- rice M. Anderson BAE; Jerald Adron Quick EDS Bibhas,Ranlan Ray. Fort Pierce Port Authority. I City Fla.
MSA Nana Lorena Royer BS; Alvaro
Andrews MED Ronald Franklin Ban- IG-year-old daughter,
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t: study classics. dy. MFA Susan Georgene Beath, BA Sanchez;MAG. -
I Frank Nicholas Schmit MA Ronald Ruth. ..1
Dale Stevens. MS; Walker Lee Stewart.
MED; Robert G. Stoutamire BA; BettyA.
L. Sullivan.MED; Jefferson L.Sulzer, NEXT SUNDAY IS
PHD; Kathryn Wells Tackett, MED
Furnishings Ronald Bruce Warren, BA; William
: Gleam Weaver Jr.. MS, Brian James
I j4jif1Home Whipp, MAPH; Paul Frank White MS; Charles Michael Daly, BA; Joe T. Me JUNE 21st
;# Walter D. Williams: Jr., BSBA Bennett Cullough Jr..MED. ,
2nd Floor F.Yeilding BSBR. PALATKA- Diana Elaine Selsor BA
; II MELROSE Thomas Hart Berry,]Walter Wayne Whitker BSA.
P PHD. WILLISTON Pearle O. Gibbsons,
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J lHas the Hunter Had' His Day in Gulf Hammock?




I By' BUZZ MIXSON, Sun Area Editor erly, at one time offered to sell it to the state for $70 per mated that there was about $200,000 worth of cedar and sal ing and recreation area. But he said the plans for liquidating

acre. This would have made the total selling price $9,240 able stumps on the property. the timber would be carried out. GULF HAMMOCK The 132,000 acres of Gulf Hammock, Amongotherravenue,1prgducI: :: listed by the be either party by giving:
IF: : ; }g.,resources ; ? he said, could .I terminated by
for many years the "happy hunting grounds" of numerous 000.Moon report;:was "probably.the.largeSt continuous deposits of'do1 written notice. '
nimrods in pursuit of deer and turkey, will be that no moreif said'' his organization purchased the Gulf Hammock mite in .the Southeast" The,.feasibilityreport said it has: '.
the new owners of the .vast property carry out their an property as a "cash investment" and intended to get their been conservatively.estimated :that the Gulf Hammock 'property The.hunters and,:other; sportsmen of the area had, hoped
nounced plans. money back out of it. To do this, he said, the timber on contained one billion :tons of economically workable that the state would purchase the property under the rec-

Winfield Moon, .head of a Mobile, Ala., syndicate which the land would be immediately "liquidated" and negotiationsare dolomite. reation bond program approved by voters last November.
", put up binder payment on the property several weeks ago, under way for sale of dolomite from a "tremendous" deposit Moon said he had had his own timber cruise made of the Moon said he would be willing to sell most any part of the
told The Sun from Mobile Friday that he already has his on the land. property, and he indicated this revealed far more timber property to the state-but after the timber is cut off of it

attorney working on cancellation of a lease the State of Moon said that a chemical company is in the process of than what the feasibility report of 1962 showed. He estimated that the sale of the property would be closed

,, Florida holds on the Gulf Hammock property for hunting prospecting the dolomite deposit to determine how much is The Patterson and Mclnnis families, principal stockholders out in the next six weeks. There is one parcel of about
and fishing purposes."I there. He said the dolomite (a form of limestone) would be of' Robinson Land and Lumber Co., had leased Gulf Ham- 840 acres on which the tttle is not clear, he said. This re-

understand I am to meet with some state officials this barged out into the Gulf and on to a chemical plant, the mock to the state for a nominal sum to be used as a hunt- sulted from what he called a "gap" .in the ,original survey
next week," Moon said, "but I don't even know who they location of which he did not disclose. ing and game management area. Moon said he had received lines. There were reports that there was some conflict with
(the officials) are." The, Mobile enterpriser said he knew nothing of a cement calls from several persons who have built hunting the state over ownership of some of the tidal marshland, but

Winfield Moon and Associates, of Mobile, are in the process plant which rumor has setting up operations in the Gulf camps on the leased property at costs of 810000. He said Moon said this had all been cleared up. .

of purchasing the Levy County Gulf Coast property, com- Hammock area. Questioned about the report that an ,oil re these people were concerned about what would happen to Instead of the shouts and shots of hunters and the baying
monly known as the Pat-Mac holdings, for a figure reportedly finery might locate in Gulf Hammock, Moon said he could not their camps if the lease with the state is cancelled."I of hounds in Gulf Hammock next fall, there probably will

in excess of$9 million. comment on matA don't want to take any cold-boooded action, or step on be the sound of buzzing saws and crashing timber.
News releases last week carried conflicting purchase fig- feasibility study made by a Miami engineering firm anybody's toes," Moon said. "But with our timber operations The hunters of this area will not be able to enjoy their
." ores, but Moon said the "in excess of $9 million" figure was back in 1962 when the state was first considering purchaseof going on, we can't have a lot of hunters in the area." month-long sojourn in Guff Hammock. Their "happy hunt-

: the more accurate. the Gulf Hammock property, estimated the value of the Moon showed concern about the attitude of the people who ing grounds" have been sold out from under their booted
The Robinson Land and Lumber Co., seller of the prop- timber at a total of $4,640,000. In addition the report esti- wanted the Gulf Hammock property maintained as a hunt- feet.





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Sunday, June 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C .


Jaycees New Paving Plan Open HouseAt

Melon Fete
Install Gilchrist 2-Day '

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A. local dentist, SPRINGS The High remainder will be levied against The Gilchrist ,
Springs City Commission will property owners on each side
Dr. Harry Gruen, is servingas County Housing \Authority will
finance future paving projectsby .of the streets.In Set At
the new president of the making assessments against hold open house this afternoonat Newberry

Starke Jaycees. He and other property owners benefited.The other actions in the meet- the recently complete low-
ing, the Commission:
new officers of the club were Commission took the rental housing project here.
Approved installation of
first step in that direction Thurs- alighting
installed the
recently during annual
at the tenniscourt
system Mrs. Marzee Clifton
day night, when an ordinancewas execu-
awards NEWBERRY Plans for the
banquet, presidedover approved calling for pav- tive director, said the open 19th annual Newberry Water-

Q. Smith.by retiring president A. ing of two projects with assess-I Authorized Commissioner! house would be from 3 to 5 melon Festival, which starts Contests'and Music

ments provided against land Arthur Thompson to draw' p. m. The low-rental housing next Friday, are beginning to ::

The other officers are: Gus owners. 'up specifications for the completion project, supervised by the jell-despite the torrid temper- Dancing and Dining LII---I
Kopelousos, first vice president The ordinance calls for paving of the remodeling of atures of late-and a real hot
; Ervin Andrews, 2nd vp; on 8th Ave. between 4th city hall I Housing Authority, consists of time is expected in this town
Gene,, Shaw, secretary; Chris St. and Main St., and also a portion Received report that cIga-' 10 dwelling units of onetwo- next festival weekend.
into event this ill of this week.
two-day
and three bedroom size. a Wednesday
year.
Parker, treasurer; Harold Godwin of SW Second Ave., at a total rette taxes received in June Farmers are "spotting" their
An added event this is There will be three
and Edwin Johns, diree cost of $5,265. The city will amounted to $2,533, as compared year age groups:
Mrs. Clifton said that a number biggest melons for entry in the
an amateur contest scheduled 6 months to 2 years, 2 to 4
tors. pay one third of the cost; the to $1,934 for May.
of have been
melon contest
applications big moms are
; Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Fes- years and 4 years A $1 entry
Honored with awards at the received from would-be tenants sprucing up their youngstersfor tival Building. Dan Allen, festi- fee is required.The .
Bradford County and there are still some vacan- the Festival Baby Parade; val is .
banquet were: CHEST X-RAY UNIT manager, receiving en. big melon contest is slat
Commissioner Jerome Johns, cies. Application for occupancyof and the youngsters' older tries for this event and yester- ed for 6 pjn. Saturday. The
Good Government Al the units may be made with counterparts are getting readyfor that he
; Gregory, day reported alreadyhas grower of the biggest melon will
Service David her at the city clerk's office. the watermelon queen con- lined amateur talent
Distinguished ; COMING TO STARKE up receive a cash award and the
Hurse Outstanding Young Edu I II from Newberry Trenton Chief.
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Marion R. Schofield, Housing test.Dwight Lester Hodge trophy. Last year,
cator. I STARKE Authority chairman, said Sullivan, veteran land, Gainesville, Ocala and C. P. Adkins Jr. of Chiefland
Free chest X- ers, who are required to have
chairman of the contest
i the Authority feels this housing queen Hawthorne. Admission to the showed the biggest melon an
rays will be available for the the annual test for health project is an important asset to is acting in that capacity again amateur contest will be 25 cents 86-pound Cobb Gem. Amatore

public here Tuesday in a mobile cards, are urged to utilize the the county and that he hoped this year. Among early entriesfor :and 50 cents. Prize money for DiGioia showed the first and 'r-t,'

i Buzz trailer operated by the Flo- opportunity.The many people would come out the contest, he has announced -the contestants will be $15 for second-place shipping melons, MISS SANDERS I
1 Mixscui rida State Board of Health. to see it this afternoon. are Karen Gonzales and first place; $10, second; and Garrisonians that weighed 55H J 1iaI! !!IUS:
a Sun Area i! service is also recom- Sara Sanders, both of High $5, third. and 54V& pounds.
Editor The unit will be located on mended to all school personnel, Other authority members are Springs. The big melon entries will be
r Church St. in front of the County -including teachers, bus drivers Mrs. E. Q. May, Odell Mikell, I Last year's queen, Kay Another Friday night event auctioned off just prior to the
will be dance from 9:30 to
Health Department from 9ajn. and custodians, as well as to J. C. Sharpe and J. K. Wilkerson. -Wright, is from High Springs. 12:30. Music a will be by the Rock wind-up coronation dance which 2 O
: the general public. .Springs. She will be on hand starts at 10 p.m. Saturday. In
to noon and from 2 to 5p.m. abillies and admission will be
p4ii
next Saturday night to crown ,the past, the prize melons have rz
ii : The objective is early detection I Backs-UN I her successor. The queen contest $1. fetched as high as $300, paid by
of tuberculosis and other -' Soviet Reforms always one of the festival Three carnival rides will be Jack Hudson in 1962.

.i respiratory diseases. highlights, will start at 8 in operation Friday afternoonfor I The Newberry W a t e rmel- '0.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. 27. The General Assembly has p.m. Saturday in the Festival children. They will reopenat on Festival is sponsored by the
I Sam f;. Food handlers and dairy work- (AP)-An African-Asian moveto I voted overwhelmingly for the Building. It will follow a program 2 p.m. Saturday. Newberry American Legion

McGa"ey .t I enlarge the Security Council !amendments.The of entertainment by Jim- Saturday afternoon events Post. Several thousand people
Sun Area and the Economic and Social my Strickland and his band, will include a baseball game at make the trek over to the west 1 1I
Council has the of issue had become .
won support poli-
Staff About a million tons of dust starting at 7 p.m. 1:30 p.m., watermelon cuttingat ern part of the county each yearto ,
Writer from distant space fall on the the Soviet Union. cally embarrassing for the Rus- The queen contestants and 2 p.m., the baby parade at join in the revelry at the wa- X
f Informed sources said Fridaythe sians, because it brought them judges will be feted at a din 3 p.m. (in the Festival build- termelon capital of Florida. f. "4';
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earth ,
The cosmic ,
o ever year. Soviets have abandoned into opposition to the African ner Saturday at 6 p.m. in the ing) and a barbecue supper at5pm. Johnny Mack Brown, Legion .y. ..,...l'...
particles are so small that a their opposition to expansion of Asian bloc. Peking earlier had Municipal Building. II commander, has invited every- { .. .:..'.-. --.."' .....

The MostComplete microscope and special equip- the Security Council from 11 to disclosed it favored expanding The Newberry Watermelon Mrs. Bee Allen, Newberry, Is one to come back this year for ,. 3 .
ment are needed to identify 15 members and the Economicand the councils, even though it was i I Festival, the oldest such eventin in charge of the baby parade.She what he says will be'a "biggerand '" c- ,. ..
NelvsCoverage them. Social Council from 18 to not a UJi. member. the state, has been expanded will receive entries up un- better than ever" Festival. MISS GONZALES I



Northcentral Florida of His 'Corn Is Green' at Bell During Dry SpellBy I




BUZZ MIXSONSun .a subsoiler attachment is used littlers would point out that the 'These take more time and mon- creased fertility in his land since planting all his corn the mulch trast to the pessimism voiced

Have the Area Editor in front of each planter (Powell Bell area of Gilchrist County had ey than when the planting and he started employing mulch till- tillage way for several years.) today by most cattlemen over
Powell and his son Reece use the sagging beef market.
said
r BELL While most of the bas a four planter rig). Muchof several light rains that were not preparation are done in one op age three years ago. He
rf f one field he had wouldn't''' most of their corn in a cattle Son Reece, who Is out of high
Sun Home corn In Gilchrist Countywas the residue from the previouscrop the rest of the eration.
crop experienced by sprout blackeye peas" before feed lot operation. They fatten school three years and is mar-
yellowed and drooping from is thrown up into high mid- county and that this accounts for i Powell said he could plant 23 mulch tillage Now he producesa out several hundred steers each ried, has produced some prize

DeliveredToday the dry weather last week that dles. This adds organic matterto Powell's unusually good corn. I acres a day with mulch tillage. pretty good corn crop in that year with the corn, which they beef, too. As an FFA member
of Herbert Powell was resplend- the soil (another advantage Yelvington pointed out what field.. start feeding in the chopped up in 1962, he showed the grand
ently green and waving tall. pointed out by Smith and But in the same area, right he considered another big advantage green stage.According. champion steer of both the Su-

Powell and his son, Reece, Yelvington) and the residue that across the highway from Pow in mulch tillage. He The first year Powell used to the elder Powell, wannee River Beef Cattle Show

To Order who farm together in the Bell remains on top forms a moisture ell's field, was corn that was said that with mulch tillage land mulch tillage he had an average they produce some good beef and the Greater GainesvilleArea

THE GAINESVILLE SUN area, seem to have found the preserving mulch. planted the regular way. It could be grazed right up until corn yield, he said. The average which they sell direct to the Steer Show.
Pho..eBRONSON. "secret" for making a good corn I showed the effects of the dry planting time; whereas w h en yield for Gilchrist County as a packing house. Powell said last I The elder Powell came to Gil-
CEDAR KEY crop despite extended periodsof Powell planted 490 acres of weather with stunted stalks and planting the customary way, the whole is about 40 bushels to the year that better than half of his. christ County five years age
OTTER CREEK drought experienced in this corn this year all of it the "burnt" curled up leaves. stock has to be removed from a acre, according to Yelvington. steers graded out as choice: from Tarpon Springs, where he
486-2245 mulch tillage He said he Powell to have aver
way. expects an
area during the month of May. field as soon as the ground beef. He is optimistic about the was a contractor. He seems to
BROOKER. LA CROSSE it is secret for had one field that has already The soil conservationists list And this age yield of 60 bushels to the I
Actually no breaking begins. oper- future of beef production and have acquired a lot of farming
485-4771 soil conservationists have been "made" and even the lower as other advantages of mulch ation has to begin several weeks acre this year. said he believes now is the time I I know how in this short span of

WALDO. FAIRBANKS "preaching" the method of crop leaves were not scorched by the I tillage, the saving of time and: before actual planting. I (An advocate of mulch tillagein for a feed lot operator to start' time including the growing ofa
Gainesville Sun 'I dry weather. The fields we saw money in planting. The breaking I
Ciro3723441 planting the Powells are using said Alachua County is Paul Nor- buying up feeders. I' good corn crop the mulch
were shiny green..According I" and disking phases of land Powell he has experienced -
for the past several years. .fleet of Newberry, who has been His optimisim is in direct con- tillage way.
ALACHUA Smith 1 i minted increased and in- ,
44J-1424 I This method is called mulch to some be- preparation are e corn yields o < f" ,"

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Fritz AshmortMIcanepy Smith, is that the residue from ,

the previous crop forms a sort .
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Clrc. 3124441NEWBERRY moisture in the sod. 3 ". I 3 rMC is.i.Y
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SANTA FE SHORES 'i {, fo "'% .
Clrc. 3724441 I is the preparation fertilizing -"," '
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LAKE BUTLERHY hairy indigo, lupine oats or ; .]. >- _,
4-331 rye.The v l .._ ,'! r ,.-, 13 i
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9447774HIGH ped up prior to the planting. .
SPRINGS ''I Then, with especially designed Dry-But GreenGilchrist

454144r planting rigs, an extra deep fur- Where the Com GoesHerbert
WRITE CALL I row is plowed, the fertilizer is County Agent Jim Yelvington (left) and soil conservation tech-

CIRCULATION or MANAGER applied and the seeds are drop Powell (left) and son fleece watch some of their steers at the feed nician Ruby Smith check Herbert Powell's'muIch tillage planted com which
BOX 57 ped. trough filed with chopped up green corn. Most of the Powells' corn is utilizedin may not be the tallest in these parts, but probably Is the greenest. (Sun photo

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When the first annual State
4-H Club Conference opens
here tomorrow at the University -
of Florida, 26 delegates
from the Suwanee RiverSantaFe
1
River region will be
amoung the more than 500 top
4-H club members attending MANKNTB ..
from all over Florida. a'+ ,x6'N'"*+'!pH!!:,.,!:lM'p; 4.\LK + MS :4. .v. \k,
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The North central Florida W.\.A'yYt\Vf alW W\WC\4..SrtiNtil\\WaW- -. -
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delegates are: Anne Strick ..r

land, Becky Deese, Morgan
Tony Sarasota Brand Chipped Turkey
Bass, Harold Trujillo .
Trujillo and Lowell Parrish of .: ..
of Beef Ham..3 $1
Gainesville; Reggie Brown ft.
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Hawthorne, Bennie Campen of r \, ,
Waldo, Lanny Bishop of New- Swift's Premium Pure
berry and James\ Petty, 1 il',

of Alachua: ciBeefFranks..b59 c
Portia Sache, Faye Sache, \ : p % .

Jerry Reid and Tommy An- .
drews of Chiefland; Carolyn } :y Swifts Premium Assorted (TV Party Loaf, Souse, Spiced Luncheon)
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Martin, Tommy Havens, Ramona .:' ,: .:
Swilley of Bronson; ) 'i \: \\ '-1 a Cold Cuts 3 ft 99e

Monroe Gaultney, Cedar Key, 1: .- %* -f': :
and Butch Bell, Williston. .. -.
Coming from Trenton are :;. \\\\:;;. Tasty Quick Frozen Sea,
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Van Hagan, Don May and 'ii'D
Donald Polk. From Bradford Trout Fillets 49c
county are Brenda Green, .lb.

Brooker, and Karen Lee, Law- ;1 Quick Frozen Shoulder Cut

tey."4-H Foundation for the Fu D Lamb Chops 39c
ture" is the conferjjne theme. I \ .lb.
W. W. Brown, state 4-H Club o
leader, Florida Agricultural : \;:
Extension Service, said the -'AfiP' '
accent citizen ,, """* EXTRA
conference will '
ship, with state and national ;:: : tiA IOO FR E E IOO

aspects week.of citizenship duringthe :; 't Jftl Green

Brown said that the delegates PRICES ......,:.,.. ,....:<.::..i' '$.:".""" "> ...<-. 1 vita Al*coupon and purchase:p.1
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representing Florida'smore 'i.M ?: :! : .. I ,' .
a EFFECTIVE :" (with frt scissors or card earn)
than 46,000 members, Ige. size 89c
will live in University dormitories THRU NOON r (Cx irM )
take their meals in the eJQ 0 O Q"OJijQlQ" Q
campus cafeteria, participateIn (colored qtrs) WEDNESDAY 4

the discussion campus. groups and tour BREAKFAST CLUBOLEO JUNE 17, 1964 f : t 100Green A IOO

U.S. Rep. D.,R. (Billy) Mat-
thews will speak to the dele- : urn
with tttt end pufchost oljSTALEY'S
coupon PGI
gates tomorrow night., Dr. E. .5a.
for 'agriculture 6 : CORN OIL
T. York Jr., provost
.,,.. 24 .
will Introduce Con- t s :: -oxx bot. 45c
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(EXpirq Wid. Jun 17 1"4)

Taylor gressman of Green Matthews.Cove Springs Eddie, ::::::' '+; : N S.; Q OJiQJ 0 0 0 00000 Q 0 0 Q S:

president of the State 4-H Club .
Council, will preside at the
IOO MEPXRTEREA1RSS IOa
session.Dr. lib I
opening QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER CUT r!
and Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz Green
entertain the 4-H Club
will with bit and pwda..F
I coupon psi
members at a reception Tues MODULIN SPONGE
day afternoon. A formal and a LAMB ROAST size $2,48IE.era
square dance are planned during ; gw d, Juna 17, 1M4)PICTSWEET :
the week, as well as a bar LIMIT2 PLEASE ;
becue at Camp Wauburg.In OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ

their sessions during the

week the young people will discuss UUO EXTRA FREE 50
leadership and express
their ideas on personality I.Q. 33 JjJl Green Stamps

Dr. M. O. Watkins, directorof Ib. I -rltB.>!.eouoon naj.urdiu..*. !
the Agricultural Extension SECRET CREAM DEODORANT
Service,' will speak to the dairy specials ((6c Off Pack)
group at the closing session of '--'. Ige. size 63c plus tax .
the conference on Friday Breakfast Club Grade A Florida [(,PIG) (Expirt*o Wed. QJJM JJ..QC; ( i


morning.L. Butler Large Eggs 2 OZ. 79' 50m1= lEA 50


RegistrationBooks * * * J;l Green Stamps
CUT CORNGREEN'PEAS with bit coupe taj pvrthoM; ;
Apple Keg Tasty
SWIFT'S PARD DOG FOOD
OpenLAKE 46." $1 tall cans 6/98c
Juice 3 r.t: ,
Apple ( Wd June 17, 1M4)Jftl
BUTLER The city cans ; QQO Q "O 'MIOf;
books are now open for regis-
tration of new voters, accordingto Pride of Ga. -

City Clerk Martin Griner.He .
/ 50IDEF7lft
said voters now on the Peaches.f&S $1F&P
books need not reregister.The .
books'will close June 20, Whole KernelGolden l Green Stamps
Griner said, in preparation for vide bit) 004 porchflM ({
the city election slated for June Corn 2 '12-os. 29 10 ozpkgs. HENNY ;; DOG FOOD
cans tall cans 3/$1
23.In the election, three seats on rw (Cx irt .d, Juna 1T )
Van Camp's FamousPork :
the City Commission will be OW O' 02
filled. Two of the incumbents, 2s
& Beans 19c
Ira Young and E. B. Andrews, con OSO
have announced for re-election. 5oEXTRAFREE
Other candidates for the postsare Kleenex White or Colored '
C. U. Crews, John E. Dekle J'+,I Green Stamps {
and John Langford. Facial TissueDeviled 400 ct. 19 C I 'Ie vila tfu t coupon no'PurdiOM: : I
Mayor John E. Smith Is not pkg. GULF SPRAY AEROSOL BOMB

seeking the reelection.On ballot also. will be a (Limit 2 per customer with purchases of $3 or more) down produce lane. (Ex.12 irM oz.W4.cons June 17 89c, 1K4) ._
Underwood (Small Can 21c) "
referendum on the banning of ,.. ... .'. ::a'?
livestock its. within the city lim Ham 'large 39 SWEET PLUMP NORTH CAROLINABLUEBERRIES .L

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Discords 33>rn Hark Simra temporary withdrawal. The fin- um, including this writer, may

mcuJ-nd By JACK GOULD al figures, incidentally, were I have been equally guilty in being -
Election Return Pool
I' BY VERE NEW YORK When tele- 51.3 Rockefeller.At for Goldwater. and 48.7 for drawn into a whirlpool of

vision decides to make a moveit excessive preoccupation with

is not a dawdling industry.In May Help Clear the' Air the very least, all the net- TV's race for sensational scoop

Among the many .fine music applause as the more skillful, played with fire and yet with the California primary, the works must take the trouble to of a few minutes. The responsible -

.. recitals of the last few weeks,, ones. tenderness, with a lovely ;- Colombia Broadcasting System explain explicitly on the air caution exercised by the
p caused viewers to hold out in the open, as it were -exactly -National Broadcasting Company -
one deserves mention for the Evidently the students made companiment by harp and subdued some der the operation set up by Bill was reduced to 18 precincts. In
amount of initiative it showed up the program themselves, brass on the softer pass- their breath with its overly. Leonard, executive producer of California there is a total of 32- what they are doing in in the California primary
with Mrs. Hall Just keeping it ages, with the artist showing quick call of Sen. Barry Gold- the C.B.S. election unit, and 000 precincts.The making projections and how bigis which only declared itself at
I from running too long. She gave breadth of feeling. water's narrow victory over the margin of possible error 12:51 a.m. after 75 per cent of
1 Louis Harris, the pollster, the told .
C.B.S."very
It talent show given by 18 precincts and
was a why.
the last number herself, a de- Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. the vote was counted, was a
two chorus classes of Mrs. Virgil lightfully skillful flute solo. The rest of the program, Hours later all the networkswere network asserted that 42 pre clearly and unmistakably" Both those working in the tel- timely reminder for everyonethat

i J Hall in Howard Bishop Jun- There are several other music which I was regrettably was rushing through an oft-sug-I cincts in California had been that Goldwater would get evision news departments a nd manmade restraint has a

ior High School. The students teachers in Gainesville schools compelled to miss, presented the gested arrangement for poolingthe chosen to represent" "a microcosm about 52.8 per cent of the vote,' those reporting on the medi- place in an age of speed. .
furnished the program and gave who are giving this free initiative "L 0 n don Suite," by Coates, collection of returns next of the. state, both north according to Leonard. Such a I I
J it to themselves. There were pi- a chance to grow and they "The Forty Niners," by Mc- November.The and south. projection, the C.B.S. executive

ano solos, not all perfect, but all deserve great praise. Kay, "March Onward," by Lu- chain of events should Had C.B.S. adhered to its added, meant j. actual figure I SWIMMING
I, showing they were happily thold, Selection from '"S 0 uth "microcosm," there is doubt might fall between 54.8 and 50.8 PRIVATE LESSONS
'I''' learning the "know how" that s s Pacific," Rodgers, featuring the prove salutary. The pool had to. that the network would have per cent.
later because
makes Two girls other guest artist, Mary Pat Ot- come sooner or made its declaration of a win- In other words Leonard I
perfection. The University of Florida De- viewers were becoming baffled I acknowledged Registration: June 17, 18, 19, 20
old hymn to from Tampa and ner. When all 42 precincts had there could
'I. sang a lovely partment of Music presented, soprano and annoyed by the sight of that From 2-5 p.m.
without accompaniment a dif. June 9, the University Symphony three other good numbers.People the three networks posting con-: been heard from, Goldwaterwas have been the usual margin of I at .
ficult.thing to do, even for pro- Orchestra, Edward Troupin, ahead by a margin of 50.8 error of 2 percentage points
flicting figures on the running Glen Springs
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to Rockefeller's 49.2.
fessionals. with either .
conducting, soloists Wil- vote totals. For their part,' the way.If
Two other girls gave a read- liam Stark, violinist, Elwood networks were wasting huge I C.B.s., however, decided to this swing were to be applied Classes June 23rd
from book. It seemed a Keister, violinist, Robert Schie-' InThe sums in triplicating the same rely on what Leonard called a to the result for the full Begin
ing a '
but the audience ber, violist, and Marie Bender- 1 effort. "representative group" of precincts -42 precincts originally chosenas instructor: Mary Traxler
| little'long to me, ,
within the "microcosm" For Information: 462-1590
son, cellist. ; suitable the net-
a sample by
liked it. Another girl was NewsROME Of greater significance, how- FR 29452SUBURBIA
( the M.C. and collected her ma- Handel's Concerto Grosso in ever, was the injection of a note in short, the original sample work, the implication Is disquieting -I

t terial just before the program aA minor was played with skill, of restraint into the competitive to say the least. The
revealing a sincere appreciation (AP-Ethel Kennedy, 50.8 figure for Goldwater at
started. Another duet had a.recording network scramble in journal Shots TONITE- !
as an accompaniment, for Handel's graver meas- wife of Atty. Gen. Robert F. Space that point might have meant

run by some of the boys. Also ures, as well as his grasp of Kennedy, arrived Friday with ism.The rivalry among networks,' either 52.8 or 48.8; in other DRIVE-IN THEATRE. Showtime 7:30
there were several well sung dynamics. Stark, Keister, and three of her children for a including their projections,dec- Need A AccuracyWASHINGTON words, he might have been a US .uld"O l"

number by girls who evidently Miss Henderson were more week's visit. She may be received larations and demographic deductions loser.
had been taking voice lessons.It than satisfactory in their solos by Pope Paul VI in pri- will continue to exist (AP) Ac- C.B.S. reported the drop in the "THE BALCONY"SHELLEY

was a delightful program, and which added interest and colorto vate audience.She under the pool, which will only curacy requirements for space Goldwater margin to 50.8 but
the learning-the-know-how num- the composition. is the guest of U.S. Ambassador be concerned with compilingraw iixketry are growing more exact the fact was completely over- WINTERS

bers received just ,as much Haydn Symphony No. 1 was and Mrs. Frederick votes and will not supplant every year, according to shadowed by the earlier decla-I
well handled too, played with Geinhardt. Her plans include a electronic punditry. Much of the the National Bureau of Stan- ration of the winner. The same I ROOM at the TOP"LAURENCE

N feeling, and fine control of the trip to Ravello, a resort southof special research, moreover, will dards, which develops stan- criteria by which the declara-

headlong rhythms.The Naples. be of genuine value and inter- dards for checking instruments tion was made clearly indicated -.I HARVEY
entire second half be- used by industry to measure a strong case for at least its
DRIVE-/N THEATRE ginning was Hindemith. "Ein est.But the California primary did I space vehicle parts. I
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1400 H_torM KooJ *'.W'M -5Of1 Jager aus Kurpfalz" came first, I
LOS ANGELES (AP-Actor underscore that too much emphasis Space requirements are.now
1 NOW! 3 Superb Hits! with its host of lovely little mel-' Fred MacMurray has become a on the end result in an calling for steel gage blocks to 400 CARS TDRWE-WTHBffRB
b
2 OSCAR WINNERSOn I odies, well brought out by the grandfather for the third time. election might obscure the be accurate to one 10millionthof

The Same Program! different sections, many of His daughter, Sue, gave birth I means by which it came about. an inch, reports 'S'teelways *

Open 2 7:00 Late Show As 9:30 7:45 which had skillful young 'performers Friday night to a girl, Sandra I In declaring Goldwater the win- Magazine," published by the wMlMWSrJUST t

See SHOWS FIRST I as well as capable pro Jean, who weighed 6% pounds. ,ner,22 minutes after the polls in American Iron and Steel" Insti! o O
I fessionals.The Southern California had closed tute. .
her husband I --
The mother and ,
.wq.
Best Actor I second Hindemith offer- Thomas[ Poole, have sons 2 and I and 38 minutes before they closed I The magazine says an error -ep-dsr- '.'l-. :- J
THE MOST ing was "Trauermusic" (Music 4 1 years old. Mrs. Poole is the in San Francisco, C.B.S. .of one-millionth of an inch in I
Viola
of Mourning) 1936, for
made the senator's close tri-
daughter of MacMurray's late the bore hole of a missileguiding -
I
I ,and String Orchestra. The composer first wife, Lillian. .umph seem an easy sweep. gyroscope could result in
died in 1963 and the num-
The C.B.S. declaration raised
the vehicle missing the moon
MOSTWuOIDINAlrl' I ber was played as a tribute to I the question of whether television -by thousands of miles.
I him. It abounds in beautiful i might be affecting the out-
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TACOMA, Wash. (AP) Rebecca -
short themes which were given
I come of a vote by the mannerin
Welles daughter of Or-
Ene l a rich intensity of emotional which the medium reportedthe
i
O 7 I stress by Robert Schieber and son Welles and actress Rita event. If in the November
"TT by the orchestra. Troupin's con- Hayworth, will enroll as a fresh- election a candidate is declared. Enjoy COOL l'}
student of fine arts at the
I ducting was very successful in man a winner shortly after 6 o'clock, '
POitItJrNRAlPffJ10 developing the lovely mdlodies. University of Puget Sound this New York time, not an impos- Gulf Breezes

Mendelssohn's Overture to fall.Mrs. sibility, it would be only mid-
NE! ( Ruy Bias was given a vigorousand Charles Curran, dean of afternoon on the West Coast. If 1 1 0r 0

spirited reading, and the' women at the university, said TV, with its enormously influ-
erar.claao.rr -rifftllo.e breadth and swelling rhythms ofDvork's Friday Miss Welles chose the ential impact, should dissuade Floridians know Com to SarasqtJ for ( 0
1l e rorea ra4.tw.l I "Slavic Dances, Nos. 1 school as "a small institution your summer vacation Mora things toMe LiKE ONE BIG GARAGE SALE
citizens from going to the polls
JPle1rt1lj treatment where she hopes not to be sin- and do.White sand beaches,fishing.
and 3, received fine because it might appear that Self,baseball,live theater.Write Chamberof
IItIwef 11IM IJIIIIO AIIIISIS .II in the finale. gled out in any way as a member their vote was a useless gesture, Commerce, P.O. Bas 30S. LAST SUNDAY HUNDREDS DROVE OUT FOR OUR FIRST 'SWAP MEET'
j ) of a famous family." SALES WERE MADE SWAPPING TOOK PLACE AND PLAINOL'
the of be- saJdCotaCOUNTY
9:30 fleeting
At I price a scoop
HORSE TRADING WAS SEEN. ANTIQUE ITEMS TO SCUBA EQUIP-
*Best Actress* I Another of the Gator Summer comes too high. MENT WAS AVAILABLE AT BARGAIN PRICES SO IF YOU HAVE

PATRICIA NEAL i Band's Twilight Concerts OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Concern over the C.B.S. conduct FLORIDA'S DISTINCTIVE RESORT AREA ANYTHING TO SELL, TRADE OR SWAP OR IF YOU ARE LOOKING
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*Best Supporting Actor* i was much enjoyed by a large President Johnson is being sued certainly was justified. Un- FOR SOME SPECIAL ITEM, THEN JOIN US THIS AFTERNOON FOR A
Ij MELVYN DOUGLAS the COUPLE OF HOURS OF FUN.
audience spread out over than billion I'
for more $1 by an
I
lawn of the plaza, Wednesday. Oklahoma City plumber who
Richard W. Bowles, conducted.A A SHOPPERS AND VISITORS FREE
claims Johnson was "careless, 4-hour drive-then ALL your time ADMISSION *
PAUL fine variety of numbers were callous and negligent" in order- VENDERS AND SELLERS 50c PER CAR

very well performed "Inde- ing the Federal Aviation Agency for a REAL SUMMER VACATION !
I and
pendentia, by Hall, fast to conduct sonic boom tests WDVH 'GOOD CUY'Larry
NEWMAN3rd smooth, "Overture to von Suppe's over the city. 225 mna' from you JOIN THE FUN *
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Dame," with the via newly-completed HavillMaster
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sold opera master making you said it doubted the President Mghwaysltewe .0. F REE PRIZES .. of Ceremonies
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melodic movements, all given II
i trict Court by Woodrow W. Bus- : J
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TROY DONAHUE lero" was a mad mixture of boom tests to gauge public reaction Safe ocean beaches cooled by trade winds- DRIVE-IN THEATRE
:rhymic smashes, with the per fresh and salt water fishing that ranks "
and measure property "tops. Golf 1 :00 5OOpmA
PARRISHSTARTS :cussion section going skillfully damage. scenic drives through famous Indian River citrus At 2+100 R#, ?0 Phone fR 6-SW1

........ country.A friendly"family vacationland" with low '" ,
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FRIDAY- wild.Edward .
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R p s tral reply, write to Abby, Box 3365,
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DEAR ABBY'<+ "':*I am a dentist's assistant and I would like win. We shook hands on it. On St. Valentine's Day he askedme WEIL HEAD HIM OFF M&MWHfLE-NOTFARAWAV.
Is NECESSARY for a 26-year-old woman if he could kiss me. I said yes. Up until this time BEST BEVOND'TH1 VALtEYO'TH'SHMOON
to know how often it AH IS PREPARED USE AH &JS BORED WIF TH'
to have her teeth cleaned. We have this pushy young he had never laid a hand on me. We were married the ?HE
woman who would get her teeth cleaned once a week If following Thanksgiving. So tell those widows to act like ladies TRAIL.'STOP !
we'd let her. I heard the dentist tell her that once every and they will be treated as such. MRS. D.M.F. > .
HITCH A RIDE!
four months was about right, but she calls and claims her
teeth feel "furry" and she wants them cleaned more often. CONFIDENTIAL TO "WANTS TO BE POPULAR": It
The doctor has cleaned them twice in three months just to is better to sit home for a few weeks or months-than to date

satisfy her but she still calls wanting another appointment.I boys who want only a.quick physical thrill. After they get
think she Is trying to make a social contact with the what they want, the challenge is gone and you'll be sitting
dentist. What do you think? with a bad reputation and memories that will embarrassand
DENTAL ASSISTANT burn. Get smart, and date only decent boys, or keep 4L
DEAR ASSISTANT: Let the dentist decide how often he your nose in a good book. These are years for self-improve

wants her In his chair. If ihe's trying to link her teeth into ment-not self-destruction. 1 r.ulMOEr
him, don't gum up the works. *
CONFIDENTIAL TO "IN THERAPY": You need not be

DEAR ABBY: I am tired of hearing widows complain that ashamed. We have all suffered from mental illness in vary- SHORE IFVE'LL FETCH IN WAIT TILL 1 GIT
all the men who ask them out are aggressive to the pointof ing degrees and durations. But many of us have managedto AUNT LOWEEZY- VE CAN, TWO THREE ARMLOADS A\Y PAWS ON THAT 'J
and never recover before it became serious enough to seek psychi- HOMEY POT t _
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widow for
being insulting. I was a years == CAN I GO OVER OF KINDLIN WOOD D AO B URN JAMEY!.'
had a bit of trouble. I had my first date with a gentlemanon atric help. What is a siege of deep grief, excessive guilt, TO JAMEY AFORE VE GO
February 10th, 1961. We saw each other regularly once a haunting fear, burning jealousy or lingering depression if .E-t AN* PLAY? / t
week for almost two years. He called me MRS. and I called not mental illness? I know not one person who has man- OOfI. ... M
him MISTER. On New Year's Eve of 1963 I told him he aged to escape all these "sick emotions" but I know many I.

.could call me Margaret, and he asked me to call him Dare who nill deny it CD 1 [)? '!:' fI +

he hires Grindl as a maid. 6:00 O Sunshine Almanac lKr .1 I (
Grindl: Imogene Coca. 6:30 Religions of Man ,
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Mystery 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 1 I Iz
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liked by almost everybody 6:50 O Farm And Home _
but it wasn't any 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (color)
love that killed her. O News, Weather .
pat .r\\ I' .. YES,ItL1RADE TOLGO AH HA- A' YOU / WHAT I'M TAKING YOU PRISONERS
Carolyn Jones plays four 7:00 O CD Today TOOK;GOVERNOR;.IL.'iOUTlTANtUM FOR/ RIGHTITANDV3U FOOLS! VOU AND (DO YOU \ AND SEIZING YOUR
sisters-Betsy, Jane, Olivia Scheduled guest: author MAKE A DEAl.WIi'W i CAM I BACK YOUR SPACE COUPESV V MEAN?; '- SPACE COUPES. .J
and Meredith. Robert Trumbull, who SOU FOR THAT CUFF BUILD! VOUR OWN I AND ARE GOING I \ "1 I M
O CD Bonanza discusses his book "The OF CRYSTALLIZED SPACE VEHICLES. \ARRANGE NOWHERE T1u.ttj"b i" .;. \'lA.Jl.OA: ',1
(Color) "She Walks in Scrutable East." CAR ON.: t) /" r: :;... _Ii..:. '!. ...;C\.r rJ. ,.
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SUNDAY MORNING Scheduled: highlights of Beauty. Ragan Miller's 7:05: O Ranger Hal >c )trr \ r1YI-"" 'i. J II ( tt.I-i7 > 'lbi f 't J.,
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7:00 CD Living Words the San Diego (Cal.) Invi- good looks have broughther 7:50 O News U ( 'A .J --- \ ;( ,'b 4Q t.r:. = I )':
7:05 CD Religion Is Relevant tational Track and Field nothing but unhappiness 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo < : P I' tt. 't.:
/:30 CD Gospel Caravan Meet, taped last night. men she never want- 9:00 O Divorce Court r i ... Mj ; ::

8:30 CD Gospel Songs Entrants included many ed and Hoss, who has O Bachelor Father .JV'j' \ (: !J I }J; I.l. I./

8:35 O Sen. G. Smathers Olympic hopefuls: hurdler taken a shine to her. CD Romper Room 't11:\, 1 k
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1:00 O You Are There Ralph Boston, shot put- Drama CD Jack La Lanne U : 0...: Kffn "J f ,iiI

O TV Gospel Time ter Parry O'Brien and (Color) President Tomas 9:55 O Sen. Spessard Holland OO-f f l'' .l
':30 O Children's Hour pole vaulter John Pennel. Medina-Colon rules the 10:00 O Say When Q \
O Gospel Songs Jack Whitaker reports. Latin-American countryof O News
(D (Color) Together We CD Ozzie and Harriet Paris ds Sol with an .CD Waldo Norris .-- '""-'" WE'RE GOIN6 TO RUN SOMEI BYTHEWAYREX DIDYOU NO..BUT PHONEDTESTSONYOUJT'LLTAKfA A '
10:25 O CD News "" ...WHAT WOULD HAVE MAGAZINE AND PLACED AN Ad'
Worship 5:30 O Amateur Hour iron fist, and to guarantee -
10:00 O International Zone O CD GE College Bowl his grasp against the 10:30 Q CD Word For Word GOOD MR.STAN MORNING DlY!_: FER NEVER sICK DID_ J...... "FEW DAYS TO COMPLETE THEM7 """11II/ YOUTWNKOFMY GETTING/ MARRIED SOMEONE IN MIND! SHALLIREAD FT TOYOU SUPPOSE
O Lamp Unto My Feet. ':00 O Twentieth Century jabs of revolutionarieshe O I Love Lucy tfOWAREYOU" OON'TKNOWWHY ICAN'TSTAYIN AGAINH'VE&fN ,.- YOU'D BETTER!
Anglican Bishop John "Attack'on Singapore" details postpones the elec- 11:00 O CD Concentration fffUNG? YOU HAVE.ME I HERE!EVERY MINUTE AWIDOWERFOR' I \ &
Robinson of ,London dis the military actions tions he promised to hold. O The McCoys QI INHERET'MHEREIM1051NG, ) / FIFTEEN YEARS/' rn !; I I 11 ,"" r y
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which questions established and naval base in ilo Diaz used a captured 12:00 Q (3 First Impressioncolor ,\? l )
concepts of religion 1942. Films show sinkingof radio transmitter to ( ) o <<1 '''I'J" \ I .. t .'

with a 20th-century view- the British battleship sound the cry of "elec- Q Love Of Life I l1j)

point. Talking with Bishop Prince of Wales and tions or revolution." 12:25 O News 'f '1..{ .\ y If. "

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mer Myers and attorney (Color) Denison Kitchel, States, and it's largely up Search For Tomorrow Qj: /I ,,"' r \\
Margaret Bush Wilson. national campaign manager to the State Department 12:45 O Guiding Light

Dr. George Crothers is far Sen. Barry Gold- trouble-shooter C o Ii n 12:55 Q D News 1 III' II''" I HI Jfy- OMNowoN 1 'V" I"/.../ "Ilf IT TAKES MORE THAN
the host. water, is interviewed in Ryan to weigh the true 1:00 O News I'M GOING 1 YO TdgNITA RH MOTTO GOODNESS FOR ;, _vL.C JUSTTOOECIDE FIVE MINUTES .
D This Is The Answer Washington. potential of the rebel O Midday e. TO CAL.t. REMEM BER J 0 VLKFR:, SAKES,PONT ON SOM BODV
This The Life I ,! MY NEE l MINUTES BE SILUY '-r TO TAU ABOUT
10:30 O Is 6:30 O News, Weather leader. Medina-Colon's liabilities CD Local News r (; DAGWOOD
O Faith for Today are obvious but is 1:05 I CD Match Game cr.:, C:. ;... )4 r
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(D Frontiers of Faith Diaz the answer? 1:15 O Focus-Interview ., "ii"i \
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11:30 O Flight ( Patty Duke 11:00 O News 2:00 Q CD Let's Make A Deal 3 ..., ,'\1 aI11 "1i" ( .
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Film Feature (Color) "The Horse With- 11:15 O Movie 2:30 O CD Doctors S ..4 S 1 I I ..
Visit to U.S.S. Saratoga. out a Head," first of two "The Bigamist." ((1953)A ) O House Party 0 jg t ,.......... -'lJ clt':13: "r _
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D Bugs Bunny parts. A placid French bigamist is found out 3:00 O CD Another World = cJf pv"'t .

12:15 O Baseball- police inspector has been when he tries to adopta O To Tell The Truth _
White Sox vs. Yankees. mainly concerned with the baby. Joan Fontaine, 3:25 O News _,""l_: ''lOO !-I'M Ui NQf DAY GlRls \ I OW.IKNOWLLLTKA5K-_- .
12:30 O Oral Roberts antics of village young- Ida Lupino, Edmond 3:30 O CD You Don't Say / ONLY tf YEARS ,WEE MARRIED,OR \ K CONSIDERED A BIT/ WllD.-UT -- '?
CD Movie: sters racing a headless O'Brien, Edmund Gwenn. O Edge Of Night M 00 fILACjEMAMAlmA"16 WE.HAVE..O!c-JJ YOU OtDJ-AND-jA AT!EAST N!-.AND ENCASED YOU 1 I HE'S HANDSOME,WEIL-BUD AND-. /' )
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"Tarzan's Secret Treasure. toy horse down a steep CD Movie 4:00 O Match GameD HINTO THAT AGAIN!)[ -HAPFEN570BETHL JUST SNUBBED THE MOST PATRICIA!COME BACK ,, ,
hill, but a crook in Parisis "The Voice of the Turtle." HEUr'J! :
Secret Storm (,.. QUESTION OF YOUR EU61BLE FELLOW IN ., : .f:
1:00 O Baseball concocting a scheme ((1947)) A soldier arrives in CD Popeye's Pals r rl 'l :;J 1\FUJ'UUYOUN6LADY! ..1/JENN/N6S/ ., 1" _
Athletics vs. Indians which will change all that. New York on a weekend 4:25 O News !J ., t /f\1 TO TARE A 1 ; \
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2:00. CD Movie O My Favorite Martian pass and gets involved 4:30 O Burns and Allen SILLY GOLF (. .
"Dawn Patrol" 8:00 O Ed Sullivan with a young actress. O Yogi Bear o I j LESSON! F i
2:55 O To Be Announced Ed's scheduled guest Is From the play by John CD Movie f1)) < \ '! i.
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"So This Is Love." seen: a short film of the Parker, Ronald Reagan, (1947)) On the coast of >c r JjJ I
3:30 CD Buick Open-Golf John F. Kennedy Library Eve Arden. Florida, a neurotic widow 1 > ,'- iJl.

O To Be Announced Exhibit. 11:30 O Peter Gunn. and an epileptic scientist < -. 'r I ,\.. ,.. ': ;
':00 O Christopher Program 8:30 O CD Grindl MONDAY MORNING become interested in one !:! '-aI !!:: 1J --iI
4:30 O Star and Stormy "The Lucky Piece." A AND AFTERNOON ancrther. Ronald Reagan,: -=. -

5:00 O TopicO superstitious gambler 6:00 O Summer Semester Viveca Llndfors, Brod- :: T ,.
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nothin' kin back to those
where George Murphy, the Eagle Pass. Ain't creeping social "Oh Dad, it's too awful" --- I
former movie actor, is running move through that territory ists in Washington and fight for "I'll just bet you, now, thatit
gainst Pierre Salinger for a without be in' butchered even some real planes after all this has something to do with' ,
Senate seat, the late show has you, kid. And you know you is over so we can make sure Andy." SPEAK Up'SIRAGENTl.EJlM OU r I ALWAYS ,

made Its political debut. ain't even got a vice gunslingerto the Cubans never turn our wa- "Oh Daddy, he's such an ........, eJ1.e.n- ) THEY CANT NEVER YELLS 1 U./ J I THOUGHT scXYE ; A
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occupy television during the you. You got to think about keep sending these boys up in thinks he's too good to take me't ( t1ZR1TATJN6.!! n q ; I ;l wzAT1a

small hours, is always on the your duty to Tombstone." those old crates held together to the prom." I /

home screen somewhere, us- "Ah'm a-thinkin' about Tombstone with chewing gum and baling "There, there, sweetheart, E3 -
ually In the role of loveable Hubert and Ah'm athinkin' wire, while I sit down here you don't want to cry about a l@, j _
bish cop hard-struggling hoofer -: about all Ubmurrica and the counting the minutes and-" boy like that Why, I remember -' wH O I -

or Shirley Temple's father.I great society that's a comin. Another twist of the dial: when I went after Alger
The question is whether the late And Ah tell you sump'n. Ah "All right, G-Man. You ve been Hiss, all the old Judge Hardys b. I etfi
show gives him an unfair advan, don't cotton to Apaches tellin' asking for it for a long time, said I was a crude upstart : fi\ .
tage and whether Salinger Is Uhmurricans they can't go to see? Putting the heat on Jim- from California too. And then 0 ,rs
entitled to equal time.It i Tucson. The only doctor In the my. Sticking your nose into when I ran for President first \
territory's over thar in Tucson time the Harvard set said I ==
Is too late in,the day for places that're none of your bus I
Salinger to grind out a seriesof and we got a woman in this iness-Keep those hands up! wasn't good enough to eat witha ... ....... /
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old movies suitable for sLowing stage a Now I got a little propositionfor RNA1UT PEOPS? V3U FIAVEP STOP BBU6 SO P IJTJ FEEL 5O AWKWJJE J PO THAT/.. UP AT .
on alternate nights with baby-an Uhmurrican baby-." you, sucker, and you're going "Didn't it hurt, Daddy?" THAT WTW. YOUR: HELP / REAL WELL H RA4ALGAR1f. M1 '. "... ASKING YOU W TAKE ME6 5iPe6.I SHARP? EIGHT:
Murphy's, but the idea is Interesting A twist of the dial, and: "Gen to listen, see?" "Of course it didn't hurt, ,y Z CAN GOLFER 6E A GOOD: X"'; TOPAYMJ55LEEPS: N .M 5f'A1T1.1. '!.A. TD THE DANCE HERE AT /HAvarr'6OT tf ,
eral-Are you ready, General? And do PiL. A\ THE CLC&1tN6Hr! A CARSunday / _
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forward to future campaigns the ready room, sir, waiting for boys have got over at the ware America there is no such thing' a r,1: A : : fQ + -I; ,

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,heavy. Wars is not good, especially F H W \ S
for the clue words "in adding any more cash to the
I[ i3
'certain town." pot. Too bad. But work real EL N

5c29climit hard and win this one and thenwe'll a I
A A\ END
18. HILL not hall or hull. A S SGH \
get back on the escalator.
I HILL is "permanent" in a more
absolute sense than a hall or H
I hull. Come on now. Dope out the ,
clues. Study the free word list. 21. SPADE not The
spare. If you are not now a home-delivered subscriber
Let's have another winner! I -
clue phrase, "for emergency C and would like to have The Sun
( : 3 With Your $3 or (Limit: One With Your $3 or I i use," superfluous for spare, has get so upset when I'm irritated. started please check box. Extra Bonus for
More Food Order Please) More Food Order Please) 'most point for SPADE. Space home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2

is too vague. Our last winners were at $425 Names

I 23. LONG not ]lone Such "a that went a long time but thiis
"GOLDEN YELLOW"CORN
r FRESH "WESTERN"PORK II be Street Number
I man" will receive only minority getting to a drag.
Mail to: Priieword" Contest
I support, but there is no obvious The Gainesville Sun
ROAST I reason in the clue why You still have a chance to usethat Box 57, Gainesville, lie.t .

he should be absolutely alone cash for your vacation 1

LONG is a stronger answer. you can solve those 26 clues, City State Phone

I 24. UNWONTED not unwanted. and all the correct answersare

If you express the view that right there in the free wordlist PriseworJ Pete

II"his opinions are UNWONTED"i.e. waiting for to pick
you
\ ( ., not customary, habitual 1
29 C EAR e them out.Some CLUES: ACROSS:
or usual), he "may naturally!
I take offense." Tell him "his 3. .
Driving
a through a area is
LB. I swampy no easy job.
I opinions are quite unwanted," of you forgot to put
6. Nerves could be
LIMIT excuse enough for a man badly.
12PLEASE and you are directly offendinghim. stamps on your entries last
8. It may be inadvisable for an aged to do
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week, so say the boys from the person so.

I P.O. so let's be more careful 9. One may only be able to guess how deep they go beneath
ground level.
,CLUES DOWN: this week and make your entries
FRESH 100% PURE"GROUND
I reach our judges.We 12. Might cause annoyance if wandering on to a neighboring
; 1. DAUNTED not taunted. property.
1 I The clue implies that "a man"
are sorry about the illegible 13.[ In a discussion, opinions are indicated by these.
I I is likely to try "to conceal his
BEEF feelings" in such circum clue on last week's puz 14. Friends.

I stances. DAUNTED (overcome zle, we are taking extra precautions -17. It could be a service in tennis.

with fear; disheartened; is to see that it does not 21. After all others.

I more reason apt. When at all taunted why "a, there'sno man" happen again. So let's all get 22. The fishing around is said generally to be quite good. .
with it this week read the
should "conceal his feelings." 24. To things too late is a common enough error.
I rules and check the clues care
'15. If you're a carpenter, you could make one easily
2. ALDER enough.
I not elder. "Of
fully. We'll be waiting for

1 $ 19 I more general implies interest all to"bota.I thebotanist" your entries and looking for a CLUES DOWN: .

t"i, "'" a' 1. 31b5. fists I I favoring ALDER, since winner! 1. A boy may have it when he goes out to play.

I it is found growing only in 2. Fail to hit.

:moist places in northern or colder 4. When
I a Is spread over a long period, it can play on
regions. The average non- a speculator's nerves.
I botanist is quite familiar with
:the elder, however. 1 5. Statistics on of a particular nature may show that
they tend to follow a pattern.

3. ROOT not foot. "A square \ 1Solution 1 6. As a person is, doing so, he may,discover he has knots to '
"EVERFRESH'HAMBURGER ,ROOT is" a specific "mathe.I contend with. \
I matical term." The definition of .
$ BUNS i"a square foot" is not an actual 7. A slip can prove unfortunate when a man has a in :
his
I item of knowledge; it is hand.
: of 10. Interweave braid. .
I simply a question what or

:{"square" means when applied r 11. Price.

I to any measure of length. b
I 15. Realizing he's being -, as easygoing man may smile
i' 2 39 ; 4. SOUND not round. "Perfectly" indulgently.
PKGS. I
I is an unnecessary overstatement 16. The fact that an incompetent writer adverse criti

OF 8 where round is con cism would hardly be surprising. ..
:cerned. SOUND is a reasonable
',asnwer. '18. One who doesn't play fair. ..

19. It could be a cod.
"ARMOUR STAR' "LIPTON'S"INSTANT !I 5. SLEET not fleet. "Running
into" SLEET storm He 20. Cleanse with water.
$199 a }'es.
BBQRIBS 2Vi LB. 3-oz. 89 ;,would possibly sight the fleet 23. Short for "Daniel." --

and, at worst "run into".one L .,
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CAN TEA ship of it. Thus, the clue wording -

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i poor grammatically.
"DOLE" SLICEDPINEAPPLE : FREE WORD LIST .
"AJAX"Cleanser 16. PLANS not plane or plant.If -

2-33 not already duplicated, for
2 ; :example, "PLANS may well" Last Week's THIS LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS. THE
CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD
,need to be drawn anew, thus
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.- I I 35 Houses for Sal!I. 35 Houses for r 35 Houses For S. I r. '

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S Baby WELL located home for sale. Owner '
t ,. graduated and will give Immediate IDEAL for couple or : WESTMORLAND, low G. I. equi
: rrihT-flTrn1 'i II I occupancy. R e cently Small 3 bedroom. CCB ty all offers considered. 3 BR.

R v s Pt R I T i painted end in excellent condi Extra large closets. 2 bath. Ig. living room. Ig. kit
t teacher to tion. Why pay rent when you yard. Is vacant now. chen separate dining room parquet *
j' acre play ALIKEACROSS can pay less to own. 374-4055 lived In only 2* floors. central oil heat double
312-71 so. 1242 N.E. 4th Ave. down payment. small carport Ig. corner lot. ffi/
SO. Hay set to To see. phone FR NW 40th Dr.

1. Fellow music EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST 4 00 PM. CHOICE Westmoreland Estate. For

Child Admit 31. Winter 2 S 208 N.W. 36th Ter. 3 sale by owner Refinancible. 4
FHA. close to grade | Br. Florida room dishwasher
: hazard .N5U5 SLCD5 .
$2 day. 10. Strainer SPACIOUS 2090 Squ e Feet school trees and hedge. double oven 3 level, 2600 Sq. ft.
per Sufferance 33.Hewas REsN5TATEIII WOODED ,3 A 144 Lot contract for my down plus double garage. Central heat.

12. Herb of (Lat.) j I Fi i I J A B CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 Available August. 1st. Air conditioning. large corner lot
6477. with
Bedrooms 2 Baths Paneled Den many trees for appointmentcall
mlntfamlly 3 4. Simian p I : I13.Evcu Living Room Dining Room Electric 4012 S. W. 19th St. FR 21300.
CLASSIFIED
37. Insect iIE Built In Kitchen. Large to leave. Selling at NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath,
Eskimo 39. Avail Family Room. Hardwood Floors. price. 3 BR. 2 bath. carport and utility room.
14. $9,000
11 FR 2-1053.
Open House :W P.M.
-A! plus extras. MUST $400 down. $5 month. Phone FR
15. Narcotic 40. Captious 1918 N.W. lltti Road
Phone FR 29026. 3355 days. FR 6-4311 nights.

BEAUTY 17. Destruction criticism (Solution To Friday's Puzzle) SEETHIS DISTRESS SALE
:
42. Peddler BUY OF
Earn up to 18. Carthage Libby Heights. :3432 N.W. 13th Ave,
strating queen 44. Violet DOWN 5. Il\'dy LIFETIMEDistinctive 4 Bedroom. 2 bath. Separate din

i Dial Cosmetics. 20. Gesture ketone 1. Fortress muse spacious two story 4 bed- Ing room. Owner transferred.
Phone room 3 bath home with 2 sleep 2500 sq. ft. Mjst sell on or before June 15th.
EXECUTIVE 22. Establish 45. Attempted 2. Female 6. Shelter ing porches located In a very desirable home priced below PRICE SLASHED TO $23,000.

shorthand. I 24. Journey 46. Apprehension lobster 7. Wash NE neighborhood. ONLY cost. 4 B R. 2 bath FHA mortgage can be assumed.
$16,000 with $1200 rm. wall to wall Terms of your choice. FR
i keeping 3. Voracious 8. Kiln DOWN. 4-8298.
28. Put down kitchen with built-ins. t

wage.career No new carpets 47. Remnants 4. Gourd fruits 9. Fuse $474 DOWN-2 bedroom masonry china closet. etc. LIKE Lr., NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath, Iv.
with fireplace D.R.
: built
with quick i 10. Invective home with built In even and beautiful trees on IVi in kitchen
enclosed
patio 2
range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 ing Millhopper/ Rd. car
376-4672 nent Interview / I 1. :J 4 S 7 ,. 12. Apple drink per month. ments of $117. heating.carport Near central 1ChooI air-cond. and
Priced to
Gainesville /' 'l 16. Cherry for appt to see. SelL 3505 N.W. 13th Ave. Tel

BEAUTICIAN I /, tff Vi' II stone $50000 two story DOWN-Large frame home 2 near bedroom Kirby 3 excellent BR 2 bath condition, CCB 2-4795-

some ':2 _ 19. Wood Smith School. ONLY $4000 lished lawn. NE EXCEPTIONAL BUY availablenow.
11 13 sorrels per month. NE 12th St. This 3 bedroom. 2 bath near

Sept.shorthand part : 21. Scruff WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 air Conditioning. schools Heat and and Air-Cond.University.Call Central ALA.
I a master
cases large
I Call Hillel 14 r 17 23. Thrilled bath homes with central heat air chain link fenced-m CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES
I FrL I to 5 : z 25. Concentric conditioning and Florida room In enclosed patio. central _376-2......

i LADY for 18- 213S / if/// the Llttlewood School area the in kitchen. optional WESTWOOO LITTLEWOOD

t day week. --6 // '// / 2dbL05t? Gainesville Idylwild. High School areas and carpeting & drapes walking oistance to schools. 3
on office room & dining area. BR, 2 baths home in Skyline
zz 25 26 71 to schools. & Heights. Study hardwood floors.
Inventory 27. Not
now $1000 DOWN
Spacious 3 bedroom Paid buiit-m
membership to range & oven. Cent
_ 29. Sp. title 2 bath masonry home In house. No qualifying heat. Shaded tack yard. Call
y-
I have a 28 32. Loss Westwood. Large corner lot. Occupancy July 1st. 376-0862.

'I Investment 34. $350 down. 3 Bedroom FOR SALE BY OWNER BR year
f June Robblns 16. at 'l"/ V/ = = = Stinging John Merrill block 1 home on shady around home on SW side of Lake
Announcements I h 35. Young Excellent neighborhood. Santa Fe. 25000. If Interestedcall

SEAMSTRESS.bermuda 34AO 35 36 V 37 36 V// 39 salmon Realtor 5948.JWK. 475-5675.
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2 CARD THANKS ations to r/h r//: 36. Baccha l $75 per mOo $500 down. 3 BR.1
MULTIPLE LISTING
WE wish to express our thanks and Ct. C. 41 41 43 nal's cry Associates: Marcella Pardi bath patio screened appliances.porch Near ent.schools.heat

sincere appreciation for all of the 38. Gull-like W. H. Buchannan NE Ph. FR 22724.LITTLEWOOD
-
- -
courtesies recent extended passing of to our us duringthe moth time selling lob. 44 p745 'j bird AREA

er. We shall always treasure your and state if 41. Girl's nami RedfranksRealestate 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living
thoughtfulness. and be ever grateful Airmail 16 J 47 r// BEAUTIFUL traditional area central heat built-in kit.
to each of you. work = : : r/'l : = = V// 43. Cover Space. design quality 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High.

The Family of Mrs. John Fugate references details throughout. 2 blks. from Littlewood elem.
H..ai..,, .. -I) lot. More expensive school. Ideal
partment Par time 25 mm. for Ig. family, or
3 LOST & FOUND reau 11604 average price range family and elderly persons.
Beltsvllle will agree this Priced for immed. sale. 3449
RED BRICK SOUTHERN COLONIAL than worth it. N.W. 13th Ave.
WILL person who found a white WAITRESS. on Vi acre of landscaped TWO ACRES in the 3722891
purse In Wlnn Dixie Friday night Apply in grounds. Entrance foyer livIng most in contemporary BY OWNER. Mason Manor 3BR,
please return pictures drivers Restaurant room with fireplace separate overlooks a creek. five 2 bath, cent. heat built-In kit.,
license & check book to addresson hind Sears. dining room. built-in hanasome fireplace huge screen porch paved dead

Checks. Send C.O.D. I Work Wanted Female 33 LOTS FOR SALEOR kitchen Florida room 3 kitchen. Not end street shaded lot, reasonably
35 Houses for Sole
LOST Ankle bracelet with sm. SPACIOUS bedrooms. Country pleted and a steal at priced. Phone FR 22378.
St. Christopher attached. 711 MlnIt I estate like living near Substantial cash ,
Marts on Newberry Rd. Re- (Daytona lady would like to take SALE lake lot on Red Water. Country Club. Asking only quired. FOR SALE by owner In NE section,
ward FR 25229. of elderly 14 7 Miles from Hawthorne. $3,500. $24,500 and all reasonable of- FOR $15.250 FHA 3 BR 2 bath. large living rm..
person. yrs.
Make An Offer3
Phone FR 23823.
dining rm., & kitchen
as nurses' aide. 5 fers considered prior to July can buy a four open onto
Lost: Miniature Collie. About a bedroom 2 bath 1. Call 376-0817 house in the Llttlewood large screened porch. In walking
wk. Phone 372-6742.
week ago. Male brown and white. (To per 34 Waterfront Property -Central heat cious living room distance of three schools. Fenced .

Coilat but no tags. Reward. Phone Executive white housekeeper to live -N.W. area of trees and nice NICELY FURNISHED bedroom dining room _'In back yard. Call 374-5753
FR 2-2115. required In Widower with 3 school chil ON THE GULF homes frame home on over an acre rrent only.
try. Phone FR 22161. -Florida room of land convenient to MedIcal SEVERAL lovely lake BEACH house for sale between
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE tation Cedar Key Shores sale. These AlA and ocean. 4 miles south of
I Built-in oven & range Center. Everything like are year
schedule's. 17 Work Wanted Male Other -Asking LESS THAN $18,000 new. Total Price $8,200 with dences within easy Marlneland. Call FR 28847

LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention nancial fcr Properties -Less than $108 per mo. Incl terms. MAKE AN OFFER. distance. Florida Park. CCB home, oak strip
to nervous or elderly.' ,terminology JOB. have own i David AndrewsCedar taxes & Ins.Excellent J. W. floors 3 BR 2 bath. large liv-
Easy Way Driving' School. FR Will also cut hedges. Call financingOut LOW DOWN PAYMENT and monthly Ing room with fireplace separate
2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. Key. 3841 of town owner-v -. payments less than rent. dining room. Fla. room kitchen

TUTORING for elementary grade (To 16. willing to work prefer. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD cant-MAKE, AN Several Northeast.available Call Northwestor 376-0817 Realtor with. built in stove and dishwasher. -
OFFER Central
'students by qualified teacher. Requires full time will take part Reg. Broker, specallzlng In for details. 31 N. Main St. Phone oil heat. Window air
Phone Mrs. Imcson FR 2-4220. LAKE PROPERTIES conditioners. situated on heavily
& Work at anything. Call -ACRE Member Multiple
major Shorter 3765894. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose Call BILL HARRIS Claude wooded large lot with lovely pa
M. "Red" Franks Realtor ASSOCIATES:
Redfranks Realestate tio. Price $29,000 with substantial -
TRAVEL INFORMATION miliarity GR 5298LBEAUTIFUL
5 Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. Floye Mathiasen -
.flooring Schools & Institutions lot on tne Suwannee Tel. 376-0817 or 374-2927 I E. "Bill" Harris Associate A. W. Reece. Capt.. USN 14th down Ave. payment.By appointment 1614 N.W.
only.
WANTED I or :2 persons to share River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- FR 6-2065.
driving to Newark. New Jersey. Bkpr ( ) 6160. 4 BR. '2 bath living rm., kitchen I 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 SAVE !
Leaving 5.00 P.M. Tuesday. Phone Estate Exam and Fla. rm. Alr 372-0481. Requires JUST over one acre heavily wood- wall carpet and -
drapes. Ph. 2 bath. Central
ed. Lake Ann. 4 ROOM unfinished house inside heat. central air
COURSE 20 miles from
DRIVING to Massachusetts around counting Gainesville. city. For information call 472- BUY FROM cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call
80
machine First lesson free. front feet on clear
June 17. Need riders to share skills BUSINESS COLLEGE: lake. $3500 with $1500 down and _2456 Newberry. 376-2927.

driving and expenses. Phone FR Chine If 218 W. Univ. Ave $50 per month or $3.000 cash. 374- 5347.FRED 3 Bedroom IVi bath equity and BUILDER McKINNEY
6-7884 mensurate '" 6-3507, 3723727. 1123 after 5 P.M. & week-ends. take up payments. Phone 376-0879.

& women 18 to 55 to train for Donald Manser./ 4006 N.W. 21st Drive. GREEN
6 SOCIAL NOTICES 3 bedroom 1V4 bath.
CIVIL SERVICE LAKE cabin for sale. Small 2 BR 3 BR, Fla. Rm Carol Estates.
$80 month
Director'of For information cabin on clear sand bottom lake. ARNOLD near schools. Pay low equity and per insurance. Wood DEATON
5 miles
I have new 1964 model automaticZig name address & Phone No. i Call 372-0447 from Hawthorne $5000. & assume VA loan with $7794 safe dead-end street. REALTORS
Zag sewing machines. No PO Box 647 Training Service. 112 W. Sat. or Sun.OCEAN .after 5 or all day mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. young growing family.

attachments needed to do the __(_An equal St., Jacksonville. REALTORDRIVE ey down to qualified
following decorative stitches WANTED BUSINESS LAW FRONT STEAL QUICK SALEA $450 down FHA. Ask NortheastOne
buttonholes. appliques. monograms office. Must Courses- Classes 75 feet on the Ocean with a depthof corner property In NE section. no. 67.Advanced. bedroom compact MASONRY
now
blind hems. Etc. $575 I complete Howell's Busiress Col. 354 feet to A1A and 389 feet 4 BR, 2 bath Fla. rm., built-in HOME on a corner lot for the
per mo. $ .50 total price. 8)5 file. on A1A between Crescent Beach BY & Design 3-2. One YOUNG
Salary 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. oven range. air conditioned. 32511'r married couple. Completely -
W. Unlv Ave. 3761075. ience. & Marlneland. Price for the nexi Then telephone 372-3522 for an appointment fenced in yard completely ville's most advanced furnished Including electric
15 days $16.500. to inspect the interiorof I landscaped. dbl. carport separ signs. Eye level range and refrigeratorTilebath.
8 Baby Sitters Child Care S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Write this choice home located at.. ate patio pool membership. Low and range in kitchen. All this for $6,700-Call FR.
For ready to Eugene L. Barnes & Son Realtors 922 N.W. 36th Terrace. 3 bedrooms down payment. Call 3725203. bar. Wak-In! closets. 2-3617
ience 1152Start high as Members MLS 2 baths. Central Air Conditioning floors. Large rear lot
TOT This is .00 a week. Preparatory train- 65 King St. Ph. VA -5012 .built.ln kitchen with STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom on back line. Save
TINY position with until appointed. Thousands of St. Augustine. Fla. dishwasher. Offered for $22,00 CCB home. Partly furnished including on this one. $15,150 $ Good ValueYou

PLAY SCHOOL fits. Apply open. Experience usually un- SANTA FE 8 with good terms. appl. and washing mach. FHA. $94 month will find In this 3 B. R. 1 bath
Store. 10 minutes from Univ., few blocksto
FREE information on Furn. Ask fOr lot no. 2. home in the Northwest area. Only
home Ir.- fireplace school lot.
Fla. grade Ig. $9,000.
Visit us and see for yourself. CURB GIRLS salaries requirements. Write room, 2 BR.. IVi bath dock boat ECONOMICAL 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 2-4635. $400 down and $88.CO a month--
24 SE 8th St. FR A-7804. person giving name. address and house. Beach lot. Your choice of several 3 bedroom after 530. Model Home Sacrifice Call FR. 23617Income
pretty lust off
-__- U S.W. 13tn St. Lincoln Service. Box 397. Hwy. 21. Owner will finance. Con- 2 bam homes with easy FHA Huge corner lot with
Qualified I'i'. C-O Gainesville Sun. sider trade for Jax Property. terms. Qualified' buyers can move :3464 N.W. 10th Ave. (Lib by dollars In additional I Property
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY born infant in for as little as $450 down and Heights). Owner moving out of Take sidewalk to
of-state LAKE SWAN S36 per month. Call 3723522 to- state must sell one year old rochla schools. Save If you are looking for a propertywith
trip Livestock & Supplies day for best results. home. Quality construction. CCB. on this one. Lot no. 24. an income let us show you
erences CB furn. 2 BR., home. Screened 3 BR, 2
large full baths. :34 ft. this nice 2 story duplex Fully
For top quality workmanshipcall Gainesville porch, 150i lake frontage. Beach LAKE FRONTAGE living room 23 ft. x 14 ft. kitchen- furnished-$175.00 per month income

TO properly condition cows $16.500 terms.MELROSE 90 Acres on spring fed sand hot- family room. screened porch overlooking HUGH Good condition and location .
3726142 WOMEN over freshing1 Then try coop torn lake. enclosed garden area; -Paved streets The price Is ,
GAINESVILLE personality Mills 13 per cent fining front feet on Approximately water. Good investment 4.000 work shop 2-car carport. 2355 sq. INC. reasonable. You should Investigate ,
a week Ideal for bulls & herefords CB. Large LR-firepIace 2 bedroom opportunity and ft. Central heat hardwood floors 2837 N.E. 15th before you buy. Call FR. 23617 .
UPHOLSTERY On special during June. tile comes complete -
Avon bath kitchen equip with wooded lot 100 x 140. Ideal location
1508 NW. 13th St. Gainesville or Alachua. ped. furnished 3 bedroom 376-7971
necessary. Utility porch $7,850. Terms. cottage for Immediate for growing family. 1 block
Free Estimates Pick up and FR 21095 or 441-2105. your use.
FR 20421.GENERAL. Approximately 25 miles from Llttlewood Elementary 3 blocks N.E. Section For sale ASSOCIATESJ.
delivery. for sale 2 yr. old stud 20 ACRESWith Gainesville. Price$45,000 with 29 Westwood JHS. 4 blocks "300 2 bedroom large lot. Fred Guy Jayne Butferworth
week salary to ride. Saddle end bridle. 1200' lake frontage. sand pet. down. Swim Club." Priced to sell low ditioners 1515 N.E. 6th I Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
ability. 3928 N. W. 20th Ter. Call bottom lake. Beautiful trees. Nice 20s. FR 2-8011. Call for appointment. Multiple Listing
R 2-9392. turn. Home. 20 miles from G'- 10 ACRESwith
FREE ESTIMATES on vllle. Owner will finance.
HOUSE gelding. 9 yrs. old. comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath
FURNACES and Quality cow horse or pleas- LOTS residence. Concrete block con-
4 hours a new parade saddle outfit. struction. 2 ton airconditioners for
CENTRAL AIRCONDITIONERS Little Santa
home can $375. Aso! small child's Fe. 100' lake front hot days ahead woodburning
profitable Ph. 475-5442 shade trees $8800. Terms. fireplace for cool winter days.
to represent Beautiful wooded area with ravine -
Cosmetics. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES BIG SANTA FE and small stream. Situated
FR 20421.SECRETARY. 100' Lake frontage. $7,000 Terms. Inside city limits on paved street. I
by TRi Price 30800.
shepherd pups AKC all INDIAN LANDING- I Home And

Best In equipment using Internally lady. ready to go. Shown week SANTA FE LAKE
ledge of after 7 P.M. all day Sat.
Insulated ducts designed ARNOLDREALTY
.
working Sun. $75. 3501 NW 18th Ter. Restricted building lots. With 200'
engineered and Installed curate and access to lake. Nice dock. Small Plumbing
hard shepherd puppies. Good down payment. COMPANY BulldozingSMALL
byALL
AMERICAN HEATING Main Street. watch stock; and pets. FR Multiple Listing Member I

I AIR CONDITIONING CO. I WINIFRED H.CRAWFORD 1219 W. Univ. Avenue 372-3522 SEWER INSTALLEDNEW

PH. 376-8258 woman to KITTENS. Reg. lilac Associates: Pete Slog bulldozer & used fixturs. complete
dren (10 and & choc. PT. Champ. Lilac. Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge trucks fill dirt lime plumbing "BIG" JIM
1930 NE 23rd Blvd. I curity and reg. blue & choc. Males at Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo soil. Phone 3727846. HUCULEY Gainesville Plumb.

24 Hour Service work. Ph. Williston 5286448. Reg.Hwy. Real 21, N.Estate of Melrose.Broker Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene FHA BULLDOZERS & Ing FR 2-15.

Call FR Toy Poodle 6 weeks Phone 475-2981 Catty, hoe. wheel tractors
AKC registered. Call FR 2- Loans grader. Free estimates. Upholser

after 5:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. 35 HOMS. for Sale M Glare's ssifl BUCK) Johnson FR UPHOLSTER your furnjtur at

day. reasonable prlcH Call Sally.
FEW SHEPHERDS. register. WHY PAY RENT? Landscaping Experienced. 424
6 weeks. Wormed. S40. Phone New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom tile GRACIOUSCharming N. W. 13th Ter.Remodelng.
White. HY 7-2437.. bath $45 per month. Located on
Dachshund S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some C. Brick. 2V* bath. liv LANDSCAPE
puppy. trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. ing Grass-Sod-Garden
rm. Dining rm. Family rm.
registered. 9 weeks old. has
stock of all kinds.CREvASSE'S
shots. female; $40. Phone 376- 5-ROOM FRAME house, screened Modern kit. with dining area. DO YOU NEED. Florida ro. ex.
porch, reduced for quick sale. dW. carport Ig. shady lot. 3 bl. Ira room more room, work,

thoroughbred miniature $2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman, Mary from MoeilerCOMFORT U. M F. campus -Calf R 6-2514 for Landscape free co.F or maybe a complete new home?

Male and Female. $35 523-4384 Williston. For a free estimate It guaranteed -
work. Carl
phorw
Phone FR 2-8352. 6 BEDROOMS Wae. 372-8049. C

beagle pups. Ideal 4 baths. living rm. fireplace wall Repair &
Brick 3 Br. Appliance desires work, )
N.W.
pets or hunting. Sire & Dame to wall carpeting formal diningrm. area Breezeway CRPENTER addI
NORTHCENTRAL these pups are deer running ., all elect. kitchen cent. heat Fla. ran fine residential area Air Conditioning ti repairing. Phone
s. Both may be seen. Also & air conditioning. 2 story on spacious Ig. shaded lot. 815,750. 2-610.
ADVERTISE
18 month old male Beagle. landscaped acre. $34,800. Call own- Terms.-Call Mary Macher.CONVENTIONAL. IN

BOATS & MOTORSWHO B. Tellon. Jr., Ph. 376-5555. er. 376-9916. A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Sewing Machine Repair

BOATS black kittens. 6 weeks old. FOR Salt or trade. New 4 BR. First In air conditioning and Appliance CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER

boys. one girl. lively and home located In Westmoreland S. W. area 3 Br, 2 bath, familyrm. repairs. Ws sell guaranteed SERVICE VIE CO. 815 W. University
WOULD LIKE THE 76th Love them and feed them. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Fire place shaded lot fine washers refrigerators etc.PR V6105W.* repair all
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishipg 12' never grow old. Phone FR 2 Ig. bath Rms, Ig. family residential area. Equity 120000. 40247Appraisal. NII. ." fl. v..rat-
Boat Introduced by FRANK Rm. & living Rnv dining area. Take up payments. $125.00 me.-
PHILPOTTT and loving male Ger. Central heat, built-in kitchen Including Call Mary Moeller Service TELEVJSIONPICTURE
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
Shepherd $45. May be
CHARGE pup walk to schools close to
anytime, 3631 E. Univ. Ave., PRICE
.
The Heart 1. U of F medical center FHA REDUCED TUBE Repair Special
1
22700. Down $1.700. Mortgage BrokerFHA per plus $10 Install
FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT Check payment 3 Br Lg. Family rm. Study Ig ln to
A CENTERHome black poodle pup- Immediate occupancy. Drive by patio C.B. on shaded lot. to see FRED .. ARNOLD Year Warranty. Special
: AKC registered. Call 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler this lovely home. drive by 840 REALTOR and conventional Reconditioned TV's from $ .t.
of HUNTER Fiberglass A.'RAISALSERVICE
REAL ESTATE THE
Boats.MCCULLOCH 2838 or 376-8415. Brothers 372-9545 dally 376-9048 NW. 20th St. $14.500. Call Mary current rates. VARIETY STORE
Fishing
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7 S E. 1st Ave.
Moeller
Motors. MURRAY and miniature white male poo niqht.OPEN 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 years. Will gladly 4 Technician's with 84 years experience
Trailers and JACKSON Sailing 4 weeks old purebred. $50. obligation. Call '-r all
I HOUSE
Canoes."Where. NW 36th Ave. Phone 372-5745. BUDGETSuburban. J. W. KIRKPATRICK, o mkts.
3 Bedroom. 2 bafi Florida room.only 31 N. Main St. Ph.
Beagle puppies. Unregis C.B., 3 Br., with Modem Auto Equipment Ties AlignmentBrake
$450 down. Assume loan
at
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Quality Sells Itself
purebreds, $20. Call 376- Kit. shaded lot 159x100 N.W. FRED B. ARNOLD
$94 per month. By owner 1937
'. REALTOR
like new. $SU750 Call Mary Service
20 N.W. 14th Ave. N.E. flit Tern.EXCELLENT FHA AND
Moeller
FR 2-5011 or FR HI93 Labrador Retriever pupoies.: HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt t LOANS
stock wormed and inoc- BUY Repair kits tor VACATION SPECIAL
Central air conditioning & heat :3 Ask about lots zoned business a. exchanged. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. i
ted. AKC
FR
Registered. 2-
Mon. Thru FrL S-4 p.rn. Sat.4 Walker Jacks. Factory authorized ON famous nationally known
B R, 2 bath built-in kitchen. family professionalInvestors N
Other Times by Appointment fenced back outside walker Hydraulic/ Jack MORTGAGE haw tire . Save vp
rrru yard
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE 5V% per cent Interest. 5" on new tire*. See new
33 LOTS FOR SALE city limits. Only $14,250. Located Investigate business property SERVICE .. SUPPLY 1314 S. 25 years. around retread or gives
at 3945 NW 34th St. Ph. FR 449 at 1602,
1408 1410, N.W. FR M497
Sun Want Ads First Main BUY BUILD more mlla traction. LatUnw
SALE by owner 2 corner lots $14.775 VP ON YOUR LOT. Open Call 61 Mstsi St
SEA $1500 ea. 2 Inside lots at House Sundays. I to 4 p.m. Designed Auto Glass Dan Byrd
SALES ea. Located 2 miles sooth & engineered by U.. S. Avenue.Mary a:5 NW 13 St. Ph. Tree Service
Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100
Crystal River Fla. en US.. *
Lone Star
in Paradise Gardens Subdlvi- ft. :3 BR, 2 bath air cond. Aj.ia CLASS is our only business. GLADYS Smith A1 TREE SERVICEPrI
Get Results Boats. Ski Immediate Installation and conventional
brick veneer 2 car 1801
Call C.. Emory Cross. 376- garage. rates. Terms to 25 di bracing & C
free pickup .. delivery. Add
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes, Cavl
W. Univ. Ave. 3725393- i tee real. .
I Inc. Can Frank Thomas FR 4- Moeller beauty a. value to your car. I t feeding. service -
601 pay cash Immediately tor 6690. MUlDINS AUTO CLASS CO. FORDYCE and and maien. !
or parcel of Und outside city n W. St. FR 62 Conventional and F.H.A. < insured. Lie
LEAVING TOWN Will sell my 3SR. Fte estiates.
but close in, on which a Cat 374-1234 Grace r,
duplex house all ready on 2 bath, cent heat built in Realtor Realtor. Fordyce 4 Thles 3.294. Ja, H
kitchen. home. You can save 4)
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equipment. can moved Inc* 914 West
MR. MERCHANT: week. Or will sell you the $1500. Can FR 2-3824. 1019 W. University FR 4-W71 ADVERTISE IN THE nue WINDOW CLEANING
furnished and ready to LARGE Woodland Terrace house. Member Multiple Listing
I. at bargain price on easy full appliances I Included. Excellent MARY MOELLER BROKER PAINTING cleaned floors cleaned
Fun in the Sun You can move in same or condition. Easy financing. ASSOCIATESE. SERVICE DIRECTORY and wae t washed Ityrs.
out by end of week by act- Owner moving out of State. Call W. Moeller ,Foster Kessler Exterior decorating and Fre estimates.Phone .
I now. FR 6-3012. 372-3793. Dick Dwrbfat Free estimate Phone FR '-55

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IV tl'M OWNER 3 BR house on large Malore Gardens ACREAGE COMERS Lake View Beach on 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. $75 per month. Apply at no pets. Call FR 2-0204. rent July 1st. 3 Br.. 2 bath leges. Working lady or graduate
shaded .lot 1 bath. central) :3 ml. S. Univ. Big Lake Santa Fe now open See at 411 N.W. carpeted living and dining room. student. Car
heat & of on 441 Near University. 518 N.W. 30th Ave. 1 BR furnished: house. 1310 NW 1st necessary. FR 66652 -
air cond. Fla. Will Furnished
rm. 2-1145 2-4625 2-4537 Appr. 46 Swim and picnic. Furnished cot- 15tn St. or call 24647. $60 Fla. Room.equipped after 630.
acres near per
new country Ave. near campus. Phone 376-
Mil unfurn. or seml-furn. Phone tages by the week. For reservation 2 BR trailer furnished. private lot. kitchen lg. utility room patio.
club. Suitable for sites mo.
376-7298. 2 BR frame freshly painted In & fine homes. apt. or call 468-1129 Earlton. water turn. 155 monthly in ad- 2937 or 6-1082. Air cond. & Central heat. tlM. LARGE cool divided room. 12x21

a BR, 2 bam out. Back pOrch. shade trees. oak vance. Couples or couple with Neatly furnished. small home. 3 FR 2-3213. private entrance and shower
l In home with screened floors terms $200 an. and $55 2 BEDROOM house on Lake Santa EAST SIDE sm. child. 1816 SE 471ti Ter. Ph. I;. rooms & bath all elec. kitchen. quiet residential area. Ideal for
pOrch. carport, member- 12 acres W. of Gainesville 3 BEDROOM frame house at 2091
pool monthl!/. Located near Univ. Ave. on pave-. Fe. private dock $45 per week. FR 21576. carport. Cool. oak shaded couple or students utilities and
hip. 1550 down, ment. $6800.00 S.E. 10th Ter. 55
take $ month.
up paymentof Call FR 6-3268 ext 2523. GARDENAPARTMENTS per
bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. Immed. yard. S60 per mo FR 2-iUI linens, Included.: Phone 2-3191 er
$87 per mo. Phone 372-1038. 2 Call 372-1436
FURNISHED duplex .
occupancy. See It and phone 6- ENT modern furnished cottageson opts.. '-"OJ.\
IN NEWBERRY 3 BR, Fit. Rm.. 7170. 10 acres near Gainesville good Lake Santa Fe $75 mo. Reg. $90
land.. $165.00 acre by week or per per 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For Rent
1 bath. kitchen. living rm.. din- ADD THIS UPit makes a top season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. $57 per month up mo. No lease. Immediate oc- 50 Hotel Rooms

acres Ing rm.of land Block within: home city with limits.2Vt buy 3 BR. plus IV* baths. plus MARY MOELLER. REALTOR FOR RENT week or month. 3 Gainesville's Finest cupancy. Call Wayne Mason,

Price $14.000. Phone 472.245*. HW floors, plus WW carpets plus 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 room cottage on Lake Lilly., ERNEST TEW REALTY, 376- 3 BR. 1 Bath complete kltch n. NICE. cool. downstairs corner VACATION AT FLAGLER BEACH
..: sep. DR. plus pantry plus eat. Melrose. sleeps 6 adults. Plentyof Furnished or unfurnished near schools and shopping cen room close In. off street parkIng HOTEL. EnloY miles of beach
a BEDROOM. I bath CCB. screen- in kitChen. plus draperies, plus Fordyce Acreage shade on house. deck and Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart.. 6461. ters. For information; Manaro's antenna furnished. 531 S.E. ocean breeze. Request patron discount
ed porch air cOnditioned. central fenced plus shrubbery.. plus white sand beach. Utilities In- ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- FURN. Apartments close in. private Restaurant FR 24490. 2nd Place. FR 22582. card for SPECIAL SUM-
heat. 2302 N.E. 12th Street FR convenience to elementary high cluded. Phone GR 5-2631. ,.. baths & entrances. 1 large. FORDYCE RENTALSCall MER RATE ON ALL ROOMS. UDM.
2-4729. 100 Acres fenced and cross fenced. ROOMS single and double. on .
schools and shopping. SUBTRAC1 Each add'l S1JO Set. SX Ph.
$60 2 small. $35. No children
selling and closing fees (its by Nice 2 bedroom home. 12 miles KINGSLEY LAKE FURNISHED 2 large rooms. first pets.; 3763636.FURNISHED or our agency to find the bus line walking distance to town. 439.2090. Walter Green Owner.
WORK SHOP owner). SV4 per cent. FHA-$97 from town. |lust off pavement. Furnished cottages for rent. Phone53H1J.C. floor. private bath, and entrance. house you wish. Many listed. kit. privileges if desired. 376- ,
CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR. 1 bath Also apartments furnished. 2877.
2750000. 708 E. Univ. 2 Bedroom mobile I
mo. Incl. T I. CARRY .
51-A Wanted To Rent
dining Fla. I Irm. your '
nru im. lg. util.
home. private lot. water furn. $55
., fenced own figures as an offer to 719 HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. FORDYCEASSOCIATES IN WALDO furnished cottage. kit
back yard. near 103 acres. Tre most beautiful rollIng 2 Bedroom fjirnlshed garage apart per mo. 2027 NW 32nd PI. FR
NW. 19th chen bedroom
Lane. lg. & bath.
schools & Call 3723784. Private beaCh. dock. boat. $40 private
churches. 372-1774. land with permanent pasture., ment. Located 213 N W. 2nd Ave -1180. INC-
weekly. Call FR 6-4943. nue. Can be seen after S Porch & carport. Twin or dbL i FAMILY 01 three wants 2-3 bedroom
COMPLETELY furnished 2 bed- TVa miles $450 per acre. P.m. 926 W. Univ. 3741134TWO beds. 468-1184. house below S100. Five
room frame home. about 1500 FORDYCEREALTOR 2 trailers $45 and $55. Cool. private. FR 63593.AVAIL 46 Unfurnished Aprs. I year resident her,. Phone 2-2IX
bedroom house for rent. IN PRIVATE HOME nice clean
3
Sq. Ft. In good condition. Located acres wooded. road frontage par- Phone FR 29838. 4611 NW
June 15. Air-cond.. aerial. Apply Frank Dickerson Orange room for reliable gentleman. No
near bus line and Stephen I feet for mobile home. $1400 cash. 6th St.SILVER.
Foster school. at 822 NW. 39th No children, no pets. .65. 406 NE NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen Lake Marine Boat Works P. O. drinking. Phone FR 65047.IN 52 Boarders Wanted

Ave.. on beautiful lot 100 x 141 We have the most productive farmIn LAKE near Keystone. 6th St.LARGE. equipped. $60 per month on a Box 221. Orange Lake. Fla. NEW MODERN HOME. mod..
Also car shed and work shop. SI 00 Alachua County. With everything 2615 sleeps or 10 376-6406.; $50 per week. Call 376- 1 or 2 BR Reasonable. year's lease. Ph. 3764372 days 2 BR new home located on paved ern furniture dbl. bed.. private ROOM and Board for girls. private
down payment. 1100 month. $12- needed for Row Crop Farm. Clean convenient location. Excellent _376-7327 evenings. street. Hampton Fla. 20 miles bath. Rent single or double to bath Washing. Machine. Phone
000. Credit report requIred. call plus irrigation system. Let us tell 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan neighborhood. Adults only. LARGE newly decorated garage from Gainesville. Wired for elec. men. must be gentlemen. Phone FR 6-6063.
FR 4,2524 or 4-4710. Afternoonswill you about this.Fordyce Lake by week or month. Phone 306 NE 5th Ave. FR 6-0969. apt. 805 NE 8th Ave. Partially stove has elec. hot water heat 376-0814.

FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 be enjoyable on the shady patio 376-5462 or 475-5223 CLEAN. living room |lust refurnished furnished. Phone 376 3015 orG er. S45 per mo. Contact. G. P. Rooms for male students near campus -
bath. lg. Fla. rm., utility area of this 3 bedroom. 2 bath Associates, newly painted. 1 BR apt. R 5-5485. Wadsworth Hampton.UNFURNISHED summer rates. By week or E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
separate living rm.. dining rm.. home on West University Avenue. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 45 Furnished Apts. at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per 5 rooms & bath. downtown area 3 bedroom house month. Kitchen i maid service.FR .
kitchen wall to wall carpeting In Separate living room and dining mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone retrig. & stove. Adults no pets t50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- 22726.SEMI.PRIVATE. JR.
living rm.. glass sliding door room; almost 1700 sq. ft. of liv. 6-2472. Weseman Realty. water turn. $60 per mo. FR 2- room house. $60 month. Furnish
Fordyce Acreage
leading to 16 x 24* patio. fencedIn ing area. Beautiful lawn and on 3 rooms & bath. close-In adults. 462 or 3721633. ed duplex apt., $90 month. FR air conditionedrooms Home LoU. Income. Basinets
Water furn. UTIL. FURN. close-In. 2 rooms. private for rent. term 3-B. S65 In- and Lake Property.Farms .
back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. a large corner lot. Only 21800. rv) pets. S55 per mo. 6-7466.
119,500. Call Fordyce & Associates. Inc. 40 acre tract beautifully wooded. FR 2-4621 or 3721633. bath off-street parking no TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately cluding utilities. Call FR 6-2773 Or and Acreace.
376-1236. southwest of town only $165.00 an pets. Also newly papered 1st floor ; lower level of duplex 2 Bedroom. CB house. $40 per FR 2-6078. E. C. ""CUHLY KUEHN. Jr.
FINLEY AREA 4 BR, 2 bath CCB acre. FURNISHED apartment for rent. 1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. ; stove and refrlg.. situated month. Call 376-2927 I A.M. to SP.M.
NICE also small 638 N. MAIN ST.
for two male only. alr .
home. lg. wooded lot. spacious White Pillars A beautiful ranch, with magnificent tionlng central heating, u t II. FOR RENT Duplex apartment. about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 Twin beds private bath & en- FR 1-2032 Broker FR I-C$<<
TV Fla. rm., fireplace, disposal FM- pastures water, tobacco and pea- furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. furnished. 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. NW 4th Ave. sao per. mo. Phone I 2 BR house. available June 18th. trance. US month. (65 N.W. 31 St
rotator. Phone 376-0434. exemplify the beauty of this spa- nut allotments and timber. at Phone FR 2-4386. FR 6-5871. S90 per mOo Call 376-3948 after Ave. FR 20779.MENWomen. .
SALE by Owner. 3 BR, 2 bath redbrick clone 7 bedroom. 2 bath home In $16500 an acre a real buy ontodays CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close kitchen New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor 5:00 P.M. .
2 Bedroom. dining room. Rooms and
to shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. apart. I
Llttlewood EYES RIGHT !
Estates.
home. Low Equipment Includes : market.
down
payment. $75.00 per month. Call John
Phone FR 21391. $65 per month. living room and private bath VERY CLEAN. air cond.: 2 BR. ment. Near Campus. 102 NW 13th
Assume FHA mortgage. 2118 N.E. drapes in the large master Investment acreage close to Medical Merrill Realtor. FR 2-1494.
Phone 376-6512.
CB house with family room and St. Phone FR 6-2937 or 376-1082-
15th Terr. FR 6-4060 or 2-1879. bedroom. dishwasher built-in Center In southwest. 20 acre YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I See real dream living bi Shadow I
Near school. 403
t oven and surface unit and gar parcel approximately 660 x 1320 preterred. but no children or CLEAN nicely furnished efficiencyapt. DESIRABLE well located 2 BR carport. grade QUIET air conditioned room for Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
2618 N.E. 10th Ter. 3 BR, 1 bath. duplex apt. with utility appliances NW 19th Ave. Ph. 6-2892.
bage TV off street
disposal. Located on a dead for $5,500.Beautiful pest Upstairs apt. Available now. antenna. park rent. private entrance. kitchenette. D. Oliver. Bldr.
CCB. carport and utility furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental
room. end street traffic ing. Private. Ideal for working linens
so Is at a min rolling hills. over 100 Call 6-6512. and utilities furn. $1250 Ph. FR 2-0866
central heat and paid-up pool imum. Only $25,900. Call For. acres. perfect for horses and lady. P. M. Boothby, 427 N.W. $85 monthly yearly basis. No MODERN HOME weely. Men only. Call 3721565. West on NW 39th Ave. past
membership. Reduced for quick dyce & Associates Inc.., 376-1236. cattle $37500 1 & 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ. 10th Ave. FR 6-7227. children. pets or students. 815
an acre. Int.f'IK'otien.
sale. Phone 3725994. NW 13th St. Phone FR 6-5323 LARGE clean room for man. Private the Glen Springs
916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2664. .
Also other 3 BR, CCB home living rm., dinIng -
available
listings from EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. ISO or FR 64833. bath $35 per mo. 316 N.E. See sign M left.
CREEKSIDE over ONE ACRE on Split Levelliving $75 00 an acre on up. 1 BR furnished apt.,. water furnish month. Phone 4812380. rm., kitchen comb. with built- 3rd Ave. Phone FR 24752. I
Hogtown Creek. Small frame ed. 4141 NW 12th Ter. $60 per DELUXE 2 Bedroom Duplex buiIt- Ins terrazo floors carport. $48 -
house beautiful natural setting. Is delightful In this 4 bedroom FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask NICELY furnished 1 bedroom ins, terrazzo floors. near schools. per mo. Micanopy city limits. 10 .-- .... --.
2 bath home In the N.W. for Mr. Haynes. screened porch. carport. shady large yard; $80. Call FR 6-5005. mln. from G'vllie. Big yard Ideal
MODERN. Cool and Convenient. section. Equipped with drapes REALTOR yard. water paid.. no pets. Phone for children. 444-3145.
Llttlewood-Westwood area. Central throughout paneled entry birch 926 W. Univ. 3741236NEWBERRY NICELY furnished convenient FR 2-8087. 410V NW 24th St. 2 Bedroom, excellent location. Pre i YOUBUYTWOKINDS 'I
1 bath at 1117 NE 31st I
BR
3
cabinets. downtown area. $75. Also fer older couple. No children, no
garage
Heat and Alr 2 Bedroom apartment. I II
NICE provate Ave., $100 mo. Also 2 br.
per
kitchen. Closed two car and beautiful oak floors. Almost apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults pets. $90 Phone 372-8106
garage bath and entrance. 3 students
> Acres. mostly Bahia pasture. 1 bath In NW at $45 per mo. OF BUILDINGS
Lillian'sMusic
Inquire
pets.
3 bedroom. 2 bath. 3.000 sq. ft. of living area available only. no
'See.S. or couple. Ph. 376-2721 or University Realty. 3724351.
Only $2,000. Call or
Store.
and only $26,500. Call For- 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
495-2312 403 N. E. 9th St.
BUSINESS LOCATION. Retail busIness dyce & Associates. Inc., 376-1236. E. SAPP REALTOR NICE apt. close-In. private entrance 3 BR, I bath. 1414 NE 9th St. $95 I FOOTAGE I II
NEWBERRY. FLA. BY
or Professional Office. bath & shower. Util. & 1 Bedroom. furnished garage per mo. Call McKInney-Green SQUARE
3 BR. 2 bath. 411 SW 27th St. $150*
apartment. couples or one single
House can be converted. Lot 85 Beatthe BIG VAUSE LAKE antenna furn. 531 SE 2nd PI. Inc.
X 150. 509 N. W. 10th Ave. REDUCED girl. no pets. Call FR 2-0204. per mo. Call McKinney Green. 2.3617.RENTAls
Johnson. Fla., approx. 6 acres with Phone FR 2.2582- Inc. FR 23617. I
$1000 below FHA Ap- heat In this centrally: air con- electric kitchen
200 ft. I LARGE
fronting on lake. 2 BR. rooms.
NICE 1 bedroom upstairs duplex. 2 & 3 BR. Homes furn and un
4
ditioned
praisal. Cozy cottage with fire bedroom. 2 bath homeIn 1V bath. frame bungalow. Big carport water and garbage free SMALL furn. house newly decorated
place. Low down Can the N.W. section. Almost 2.- $65 per mo. Phone FR 27619 or furn.
payment. Vause Is one of our larger lakes. quiet location no pets; $65. Call no pets. Also 2 BR trailer.
be rented. 000 sq. ft. Includes separate living Ideal for privacy. excellent swimming FR 6-5112. 376-7925. very cool. S.W. Section. Phone MARY MOELLER REALTOR

room. dining room. Florida & fishing lake. Approx. 18 2 BR. living rm.. kitchen & bath. bedroom FR 25633. 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 I
LARGE well furnished 2
ALACHUA REALTYAssociates room back yard and beautiful and spacious floors.lot.Fenced Can miles from Gainesville. For appt.to adults only. No pets. 434 SW 2nd apartment. Living room. kitchen 2 BEDROOM house. 1105 N.W. 3 BR home. walking: distance to

be yours for only 24000. Call see write: St. Reasonable rent. Ph. 24110. and dining area. bath, porch 33rd Avenue. corner of 11th St. GHS. for rent or lease. very rea

Member Multiple Listing Fordyce & Associates. Inc. 376- I INGMAN REALTY CO. S45 per mo. efficiency. Private bath nice yard. 2 private entrances. House open. call FR 64230. sonable. Phone 372-6933. I

635 N. E. 1st St. 376-244 1236. 859 Edgewood Ave. S. Ph. 388- QOl and entrance. clean close In, best near stores and bus line. $85 1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. 11th 2 bedroom house on Archer Road.
Arie T. Smith Realtor Jacksonville Fla. part of city. 321 N.E. 3rd St. nonth. Also 1 bedroom apart. St., corner 33rd Ave. House open. semi furnished; $41 per mo.

Mabel L. Gore. Associate Swimmingpool COOL Quiet. large. all electric 2 ment. Large living room. kitchen Call FR 64230.COMPLETELY Phone FR 20235.Quality I
43 Colored Property and dining area near stores.
bedroom furnished apartment on
NORTHEAST and a lovely brick home and bus line. Antenna furnished.Call furnished 2 BR .
I with 441. 15 minutes from Univ. Children ,. ,
3 Bedroom 2 bath home. many four bedrooms. 3 baths are yours COLORED ultra mornings or evenings FR 2- home at Earleton Fla. S h I pman's a1l.. .
modern 2 BR duplex and pets welcome. 462-1673.:
I- built-in features on large lot. for only 36000. A spacious living apartments large living and 7280. Landing. $50 per mo. Call Homes I
I FHA flnanced-ISOO down pay. room, Florida room. a delight. dining area* modern kitchen with 1 Bedroom furnished apartment. SMALL furnished cottage & trail- FR 6-3507.
ment. ful kitchen and all centrally air- fan, large storage closets. terrazzo Private entrance and bath. CloseIn. er for rent. Moore Haven Park 1 Bedroom house. $65 per month. II
NORTHWEST conditioned. Do call Fordyce & floors tile baths. space heat. Large shady yard. Phone 468- 2330 E. Univ. Ave. Phone 376- Apply at 518 N.W. 30th Ave. WESTVILLAN.W.
. Associates Inc., 376-1236 to see er and hot water heater facili- 1595. Waldo. 8164. I '
. 2 bedroom turn home on the lake. I
Close to school and shopping. 3 bedrooms this one. ties for washing machines. and Duplex. 2 bedroom. comfortable BARNS
Call
EMALE student w-nted to share 372-9597 after 6:00 week. 16th Ave.
.
2 bath home with famIly paved streets. See at N.E. 26th quiet $52 monthly. Call FR 6- with ly for further. information.I's
modn. 5 rm. turn. apt. same.
room. This Is a very nice home Ter. or call for
I appointment 372- 4535 Sunday anytime. After 5
for IUOO the down growing payment.family with only FORDYCEASSOCIATES. 5321 or 3725322. weekdays. $25 per town.mo.Ph Util.376-8804.Incl. 2 biks.from : & 37th St. I

, INC. HOMES FOR SALE 1 CLEAN well furnished 2nd floor. I I
spacious.
VERY attractive upstairs
2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & J 4-rooms. kitchen. bath. porch. $75
Real Estate 2 BR furnished apartment.
DAN BYRDASSOCIATES. Multiple Listing Exchangors:Realtors ment.SE 7th Some Ave. Some small no down down pay. per month. 1 extra large. extra Only $70 per month. FR -5270. Macoma Homes, TERMSWALTER
payment. nice. air conditioned 1 bedroom.
Grace S. Fordyce. Broker 705 N.E. 2nd St.
INC. Monthly payment $57 to $125 month. L. J. Moratto FR Inc.For
Dudley .
Goulden Associate $65. Also homes built ONE 212 SW 7th St.. 575
Jack DeYot on your 2-4957 morning. noon or night. BR.
Realtor Harvey Benton, Associate lot for no down payment. per mo. Call McKlnney Green Sale. very attractive 3- :
Associates 926 W. Univ. 376-1286 Call TOMMY RIDGELL FOR RENT one bedroom furnished Inc. Realtor FR 23617. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617
1 Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway Builder Phony PR '- lS apartment near Univ. & Alachua E. University Ave. walking
Christine Stone LOOK 'EM OVER General Hospital. $65 month. 1 BR furnished apt. for 'rent. $65 distance to Lake Forest STUBBS
825 N. W. 13th Street 44 for Available June 15th 102 NW 7th per mo. plus utilities. Couples -
Rent
Cottages Schools. Price $12,500. $500
.
372 2511 St. Phone 376-7955. only. no pets. 1421 SW 12th Ave. INC. I II
1 $750 &
Call night or day DOWN move right Into Ph. FR 6-6859. down and $79JO per month.
I this sparkling clean :3 BR. 1 bath FURNISHED. 1 BR collage all 1 BEDROOM completely furnished Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
CB home at 527 N. W. 36th Drive. : eltctric/ tile shower. good ventilation upstairs or downstairs. near NEW duplex furnished apt. air Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
GLADYS SMITH Stove. Ref. & Dishwasher In / located on Santa Fe shopping center. See at 612 N.W. conditioned. 2 BR tile bath elec. 6-5015. Office corner N. Main "We Trade Houses"Butler I WAREHOUSES i iI
cluded. Llttlewood School. Priced Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2. 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 kitchen. lovely wudded area. and 23rd Blvd.
at only 12000. 1169. per mo. Phone 372-1666.
SERENOLA
ESTATES 2-SMALL DOWN PAYMENT and If you're buying a home. lookat
Lovely residential lots school
.
new I
own this BRAND NEW 3 BR. 2 -
opening In September, priced from bath luxury home on Vt' acre the TOTAL PICTURE! I

S3500. Call 3725393. lot at 3669 N. W. 16th Ave. Cent. You more dollar-for-dollar
get
S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra elec.airconditloned.kitchen.: Family Beautiful room.builtin Double Bros. BuildersInvites I Value in a Hugh Edwards home I

nice large home. built-in carport Lawn sprigged and ,
range and oven, fireplace. New landscaped. Priced t* sell at builttnoven& HUGH
FHA commitment. Bldr. 2 Bldr. 3
Call 3725393 $23,500. I EDWARDS
for an appointment. 3-CONVENIENT to shopping and I Ia
schools' at 607 N.W. 19th Ave. Formica Youto REAL PLASTER WALLS :YES
80 ACRESPlus 3 BR. 2 baths. large LR with range Sound absor ant. normally NO NO

3 bedroom. 2 bath home fireplace.i Fla. room. Unusual andattractive Foldaway cabinet used In higher-priced homesI .
central heat oak floors. 20 miles In and out. For only I I II
from Gainesville 15 acres pecan $17,500. See It. tops
TERRAZZO FLOORS YES NO
grove. 45 acre permanent pasture 4-$750 DOWN & LOW monthly To YES
20 acres unimproved. Tractor payments on this like-new 3 BR, doors Palm View Estates I f-ast-to-care-for permanent
mower harrow fertilizer distributor. 1 bath home at 2131 N. W. 55th ge color. no furniture I II
Call 372539XGLADYS Terrace. cent. heat. nice kit., Indentations.
pretty yard. paved street. Pricedat _

SMITHRealtor only $10,900. central I. ALL Lasting BRICK beauty FRONTS greater YES NO NO I


Associates: UNIVERSITY heat -i-: A new community of distinCtive resale value.

Anna Hinson Ben Griffin -< homes in the fashionable I I FULLY SODDED YES NO NO I

Florence Member Burns Multiple Carolyn Listing Noyes REALTY Northwest. FRONT LAWNS
a Keeps sand out of your new

1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 I home, gives you nearly two I II

PARRISHPRESENTS W. M. Munroe Realtor Featuring : years head-start. Saves money.
Associates S. E. McLaughlin

Frank Roby. Roy McCann &suitsM SIDEWALKSSafety YES N 0 N 0
T. C. Douglas' Jr. : r FHA homes from I future assessments.for your children. No II |

37 Real Estate Exchanged :1-A/ h
\r-
$16,000-$20,250 I COMMUNITY YES YES NO |
A PERFECT HOME. beautiful and WILL trade waterfront property on 1. SWIM CLUB
spacious for gracious living. located Santa Fe Lake for car. lost from. i.: Down from $480.00 Swimming and summer
In a choice Westslde location $1,250 to $8,000. G. P. Rlppey payments recreation with your
this 4 bedroom 3 bath home Melrose GR 5-5571 I neighbors. I II
.
.with swimming pool and lovely ,
patio. living room with fireplace. 38 Real Estate Wanted \' VA Loans Available GAS LAMP POSTS
separate dining family w8isw I YES NO NO
room. large 2fst Adds distinction to your home I
room. carpets and drapes Included TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 b ,' Gives you added burglar
loads of storage ,
space. bedroom country home with protection.
central heat and air conditioning. acreage or home In nice older _

ELEGANT I EXPRESSIVERe- section box 424-M of town.Gainesville Send details Sun.to ( I FORMICA CABINETS YES NO YES I
3 & 4 BEDROOM Always-clean' never needs
lax and enjoy| life and your family ___ _ ___ _ ___ __ refinishing.
In this :3 bedroom two bath NEED Coin laundry locations for -
home. Large living room. wad to our customers. No sewer required. -
wall carpet and brick fireplace. Tile Viking Company, Box I FLOOR TO CEILING !
Separate dining room modern 3877. Sarasota. Florida. CLOSET DOORS YES NO NO
kitchen plus a lovely screened ) Palm View EstatesIs Double shelved for 100%
patio end central heat t air con- 41 Residential Income (;E more storage space.
I
ditioning. fu Hvanatories I

4 Bedroom 2 bath horn. Also ad- planned for professional men and their TRUSS ROOFS
LIKE NEW this lovely 4 bedroom lolnlng rental property. 200 ft. YES NO YES I
J bath contemporary tame nice frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd ) families. Full I ft. calling throughout
I home. Attic for
fenced In back yard with Mtlo. Ave. Will sell together or sepa 4z:. drivewa/ additional insulation space/ fuel I
.
family room. beautiful built lit rately./ 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-
kitchen owner leaving town, Immediate 47S7 % FERNWOOD MODELS savings.I .

occupancy. I I TILE WINDOW SILLS I
41 Farms & Acreage YES NO YES
.
N. wood trim
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -Owner around windows
leaving town and must sell-, from $12,250 to rot from natural
4 bedroom 2 bath living room. LAKEFRONT RANCH You'll find the KEY to up condensation.
I
family room. built In kitchen and 107 acre ranch. located at Johnson I II II
screened porch. Central heat and Fla. Private lake with dock. Ap- .
central air conditioning. prox. 1000 white sandy beach. fine at from $400 down
Also fronts on three other lakes. family living 1
I NO MONEY DOWN VA
WALKING DISTANCE TO FINLEY This ranch Is Ideal for the gentleman I

SCHOOL pleasant :3 bedroom farmer dude ranch or II II III
CLOSING
home on a nice 110 x 154 lot loes summer camp. 9 rooms 2 story IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY $100
>ed In Florida Park owner old home consisting of 3 BR. 3 'I
leaving town. baths. large sleeping porch that igliland Court Manor I 3 MODELS I I FHA FROM $450 DOWN I II II
would accommodate many bunk
New Westslde restricted residential beds. Also has baths with showerIn IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY JJ JJI

subdivision acre lots pawed yard that could be used for Urn swim club community I .
I II
Streets. Inside lots S3 50. corner the swimming & skiing group. -- -
lots S4. 50- Select your homesite Approx. U miles tram GamesVilla. WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT '
Priced at $41500. Terms to
now before the next Increase.
be arranged. For appt. to sea I
write: Village f QreenHUGH I II II

INGMAN REALfY CO.
M. M.'PARRISH Palm View Estates
159 Edgewood Ave. $. Ph. 384001Jacksomrllte Inspect our 14 models today-$13,400 to $18,200 'Ti *
Fla. I I II Il
S ACRE WOODED HOME SITES. Sales office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-372-3471

ROLLING LAND. On Paved High- 372-9545 day 376-9043 night EDWARDS INC.
wart 1 miles from Gainesville. I ,
& ASSOCIATES. INC. CARVER REALTY KffiKPATRICK & PIERSONiUtLDEIS .Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left at I

Carolyn H. Wayne Gardenhlrt HUt Helen Mary Graham ParrUht Lois Lake M.City.Carver.Ph. 755-0247 Broker 39th Terrace To Model Homes. 2837 NE 15th Street Phone 376-7971

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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 14, 1964 .

66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sale 66 MIsc. For Sole I 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Mfsc .For Salt
61 Wanted to BuyCOINS
Antique Cane back settee, and KENMORE washer with suds-saver
WILL SELL swim club member 21* Airline walnut consol TV. Excellent 2-35 mm Exakta cameras lens i
BICYCLE 24brana new has
,
chair. Sis. Wicker: Settee chairs good conditon $15. Phone 372-
accessories. Phone FR 4-4403
been In storage made In Eng. ship at reduced price or trade condition. $95. Large window
and table. Violin 1015.
$20. Good Hopf
Want to buy. 1955 dimes WSJ half for partial payment on used car. fan fair cond. $10. Phone
Real at $40. Call 374-0002
buy $99. Maple Table .. 4 chairs. GOLF. set of t Jack Burke, by
THE TIME IS NOW. dollars. Paying $5 for 1964 Proof
Phone 374-4911. FR 44020 after S. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER
1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt B.
S12JO. Dbl sink stove base. McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must sell.Call
sets also buying all other US and COMB. 2 dr.. 21 cu. ft., 4 yrs.
foreign coins. Rebel Stamp & Coin BOWLING ball & bag for sale $10. 1964 Zig Zag looks and sews like PORT-A Shop. 809 W Univ. Ave. 2418 NE 12th St. new monograms. fancy stitches mattress bouncing hobby horse 3-T-Shop Highway 100, Ave. pet. of orig. price; SI75. 372-771.
buttonholes sew on buttons Baby Tenda. Also full size Westinghouse I Miles South Starke 2 Year old electric Hotpoint range.
64 Household Goods OR SALE. S hot water tanks 30 darns & mends. Only $48.20 or 6 elec. stove and TV antenna Open Sunday original cost 1200 Will sacrifice MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr gaL with gas heater attached also payments of S8.25 ea. Call 372- 213 NW 29th St. for $50. Call 3744455. I STORE U. S. Hwy. 1',
hr.
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete 2051. 63 ZIG ZAGMACHINE Crystal River. Fla. Only 1 .
with gauges. Inquire Lewis PORTABLE record player 4 LP NICE Cedar Wardrobe. Very good 15 min., from Gainesville. Literally -
APPLIANCESTested
T-A-G Jewelry Co.FRIGIDAIRE. SINGER SLANT NEEDLE albums both new records & condition. $40. Come by 1035 N.E. TONS CF TOWELS and
House to Rent? and Guaranteed Fully guaranteed. buttonholes. 5th Place miles of Fabric Selection
player. Emergency sale. $20 plus
42 Refrigerators from S39 up air conditioner 1 ton darns mends. Like new. Only an-eza. 1963 Model Kg tag Machine, re- Quality Price Irregular bedspreads
9 Range from S3* up 110 volts $s5; crib & Kantwet $41.30 or t payments .of $8.10 ea. possesed. Balance $3888 or $6 BEIGE foam cushion chair, RCA beautiful and one third
17 Washers from $19 upI Call 22051.' monthly. Phone FR 23572. Table Radio high chair double three
mattress $20; oak office desk Walnut D. Dresser Mirror, chest off. Lovely carpet ends
Dryers from $49 up SIS. 3762136. CARPETS and life too can be beau- B. C. Bed. slightly used......W.95 stroller. Call FR 68559. fourths off. First quality Cabin
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up tiful If you use Blue Lustre carpet Coil springs & up............ 6.00 I HURRICANE fence for sate 325 ft. CUSHMAN Highlander frame complete Crafts carpets and rugs and Pep-
2 Dishwashers from $49 up Now Specializing in Ladies' Better cleaner. Rent electric sham- Mattresses & up............1000 full steel fence. Call 372-4945 or new tires. perfect condi perch sheets. Throw rugs Sl.tS up.
10 TV Sets from $35 Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8
up COX WAREHOUSE, 602 S. Main. 076-4584. tion.; $25. Phone 3763422. Te. 79S-33W.
$1. McDanlell Furn. Co
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional pooer
Gainesville Shopping Center.
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER
DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave
FULL SIZE crib $9; General Electric -
refrigerator. $60. Call 372- nue.
5108. THE best costs less. Broil with
broiler door closed HOME
FOR SALE Zenith 21" TV. 1 your no
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU yr. old ping pong table $10; smoke or fumes, In your kitchen.
your dresser couch hide-away bed, Call Fuligas Your Philgas Dis
garden hose. Ph. FR 65770. tributor. 374-5392.
EVERY DAY until it is rented : COLDSPOT refrigerator, $60; 2 BUYERS
66 Misc .For Sale. double maple beds. $40 each; 1 lke
electric apt. size stove $25. Phone

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Wallpaper.CLOSE OUT SALEOn f8c a Rod MAGNAVOX 3744782. stereo console. Less GUIDEby

HARPER PAINT CO. than 1 yr. old; 2 fifteen Inch
$40) per mo. . $1.33 per day 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 speakers; 30 watt amplifier beau- The James Co.
cabinet. Sells for
tiful $550 new. c711 QktthI
1950 PLYMOUTH. 2 dr., good condition Must sacrifice because of travelIng The James Co. of Galnles!
$50 per mo.. . $1.66 per day ; SAL Also 21" T.V. Needs |lob. Call 3765851. vllle Inc* Builders of Kings : .
some repair; $20. Phone FR o- berry Homes for this area will

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 1047. LACE with floor hoop- size length 9,wedding$25. 3 dress Pink be happy to answer have any questions
you might concerning
FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar bridesmaid's dresses, size 9; $10
You
home ownership. mightbe
$60 per mo. .'. $2.00 per day anteed.Refrigerator Can service deliver in, 157JO.your each. Phone 3726449. one of those people that ,
home. No service charge on re- FREEZER chest type. Kelvinator, now owns a home out found g/lOtlfs/ ?
about 22 cubic: ft. $100. Washing that it is now inadequate i if
pairs. Wanted refrigerators and
i $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day freezers needing repair. FR 21330. machine. Westinghouse laundromat this Is the case. a call to The
$75. Wards rotary cabinet James Co. could very well
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna type sewing machine $25. 21" ta- solve your problems. By this
Double stack complete. NothIng ble type TV $50; GE electric dryer we mean trading In your present -
else to buy. $15. Brants. almost new $125. Call FR 6- home. .4
\ $75 per mo. . .. $2.50 per day 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. 2524 or 66710.FIBERGLASS
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY rod Shakespeare There are a number of questions -
that we can answer concerning -
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Chairs low as $8. No money reel. $15; 3 piece man's Samsonite trading. We feel that
down low as $S per month. luggage good condition $25
by with can
talking us you
$85 per mo. ., . $2.83 per day Free estimates service.: All pickup work and guaran-delivery S proJector mm movie; $5 camera screen. Ph.S20; 374-$25 pick exterior a suitable design floor that plan will suit and
teed. Phone 374-7784. 2355.
your needs from our many
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day TRADE your costly to operate DANISH Sectional lamp table plans that we keep on hand.A .
ELECTRIC water heater, and chairs and etc. Can be seen call to the James Co. will
$3.16 $48 for a new glasslined GAS after ':00 AM Friday. 3929 S.W. get all the facts about am
$95 mo. .. day
per per
water heater.. Much more hot 6th Place. type financing any question
water at about halt the cost with you might have without any; II
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, BIRDS Eye maple chest and obligations on your part. r GreatTen
ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110.ROSE'S dresser. Mahogany kneehole Village
desk.: Oak dresser and matchingwash We have lots available inmost
Lawn Mower Service. 1
stand. China cabinets. New any section of town for
am back at old stand 516 W. walnut dinette table. Lamps oth-
to choose from.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR University Ave. I buy, sell and er household Items. Nearly-Nu you
trade. 1st class repairs as al- Furniture Shop. 316 N.W. 8th Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
ways. Ave. FR 64892Cultivoted Paramore have over :30 years
T-V antennas. $4 single stack:, $8 combined experience In the \
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS double stack. $1495 complete' kit. Blueberries construction of homes. By careful model homes from
I Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. supervision by Jim and
FLORIDA GROWNPick Gene, it will enable you as the
REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag homeowner to get more home
makes decorative stitches appli- Your Own for your money and certainly! $13,925 $17,000No
f que buttonholes monograms, etc 25c per lb. or pint makes The James construe
Only' $67.20, payments $6.50 per 1 Mile& South and tion to be beyond compare.By .
mo. 815 W. Univ. FR 61075.
54 Business Rentals 56 Business Opportunities down VA
59 Buick Sabre, 14 boat with Ga- t/2 Mile West of Earleton building primarily the money
tor trailer & 35 h. Mercury Kingsberry home we feel w!
p.
GARAGE 2nd St. Call space John tor .rent Merrill 4U Real S.W. ABSENTEE ownership makes necessary motor. Sell the above or trade PHONE GR 5-2093 have a great advantage and
,
tor. FR 21494. sales of popular local IS for land. Phone 376-2877. great opportunity for you as $450 down FHA
the purchaser to pick design
hole carpet golf course. Inquire
NEW and used chain lawn
saws
and floor plans that are created -
Gainesville P. O. Box 13427.S300HOO .
mowers, edgers. tampers,
light WANTEDFOR by some of the country'lleading
56 Business Opportunities Weekly Interested? plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs architects
Franchise available for ReVeal & Stratton new and used mo CASH
Temporary Wrinkle Remover. tors. Rental sales and service. If you desire complete Information -
EXCELLENT downtown Sineia I r Small Investment required. Write Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE GOOD HOUSES call The James Co. and
Service Station -open and doIng Mr. Hal Himelsteln 7910 West 16th Ave. Phone 376-3 business will lease to re.sponsible Drive Harbor Island, Fla. BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted your home and spend any
capital. Sinclair party with Refining adequa t: PART OR FULL TIME sailfish. 6'2". By AI Pfleguer. PHONE 454-1650 amount of time necessary to
Miami Fla. Only $145. The Tao HIGH SPRINGSCOMPARE explain The James Co. system
Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-4512. Now available in this area, routes
of home ownership.We .
vending cigarettes gum. candy, kle Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd.
nuts and other fast selling prod "IIIIIU -'
'H--'IIIIII"lIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIhl AIIItIIIIUI 3I FHA VA and
MAN end wife team free to live ucts. can secure
out of town and operate a small Route 1 $595 Investment earns up several different types of conventional
Sundry and rental business. Phone to $150 or more monthly financing.Let i

I FR 63012. Route up to 2$450$1.785 or more Investment monthly earns i I the Homes us mention that are a either few under of .1 HUGH EDWARDS INC..

12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. Route 3 $3,570 Investment, earns up construction: or In the ,
Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity to $900 or more monthly planning stage.4Bedroom .
for the right man to get In Will fully Instruct. For Interview I THESE HOME VALUES II C.) '
the bowling alley business with a write Including phone number to: :3 full! tile baths
small amount of capital. Call FR Box 438-M. c/o Gainesville SJVu Ft.
BEFORE YOU BUY E with over 2300 Sq. living
6-2641 or FR 62930. Ask for Mr. 1400 FEET PAVED frontage-busy area. You must see this hometo 2837 N.E. 15th
Haynes corner Inside city. 12V Acres appreciate it. We will tradeon Street
INCOME ZONED SHOPPING CENTER, this one.3Bedroom. e
Business LIFETIME Is set up for those who The buy of a lifetime at $.2.- -........- PH. 3767971ARE
work time at 000. i IV* bath with
to
are willing spare I
first then full time. Honesty and ARCH CAMPBELL REALTORPhone SAVE! hardwood floors located on
dependability more Importantthan 3765707. well shaded lot. Small down-
past experience. Must have The following are ready for a i payment. FHA.Construction .
use of car and good references. 61 Wanted to Buy occupancy.
to start
soon on
Those aspiring to earn up to 12.
IRIIIIIIH II S V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn
000 Applicant must have I --
yearly.
about $1800 which Is secured. No CASH for your used furniture refrigerators 3330 & 3320 and N.E.make Gainesville.all color selections.Call now
selling. No high pressure person stoves, TVs cloth- I I
NW 30th Ave. All these will be brick veneer.
wanted. Write State Supervisor Ing, etc. FR 23937. William's
Box 439-M care of GainesvilleSun. Hawthorne 1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR 1 bath $500 dry $77. We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.
Service
Center. Road.
3 BR 2 bath $350 dn., $109 per mOo 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house
WANTED one wheel utility trailer. a per month. plan to suit you.
G. P. Rippey, Melrose Florid, 4617 SE 1st PI.
MAN OR WOMAN Phone GR 55571.MOTEL 2024 NE 16th Ter. Now under construction 3-
4608 SE 2nd PI.
PART TIME 1453
2 baths with
Bedroom
:3 B R. 2 *
bath $350 dn., $8
TOY ROUTE month. 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $48 E Sq. Ft. floor area. double carport
per per mo. shaded 100X276' lot. Will
VERY SMALL STARTINGCAPITAL on
AUCTION SIllS trade on this one.
NE 5th St. 303 SE 38th St.

GOOD INCOME Melody Motor Lodge I oar BR month., 2 bath $350 dn. $94 per 3 BR mo.1 bath, $400 dn. SM bgatlON., YOU GIVING

OPERATE FROM HOME I S Nd4a
SEVERAL CHOICE Waldo, Florida 3236 NW 29th Ave. i
TERRITORIESAVAILABLE 5 3 BR. 2 bath, $650 dn. $98 -
SOON Mon. June 15th at = Norwood per mo. e

GAINESVILLE and also 3301 & 3311 t

Lake Palatka City Ocala Perry 2:00 P.M. 1 ,Hope"H" NW 30th Ave. '40vITNSl E1

Trenton LeesburgPlus The Melody Motor Lodgeis' 4 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn $89.
AWAY A YEAR?
1 several other areas one of Waldo's major Inc. per mOo For More Information; $1,000

WE will appoint a sincere man or of 12 Call
woman to use our sales aids In motels-consisting IIHIIIIIIHIIIIRIIHHIIIIIHIIIIIIIBIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
establishing .nd' servicing a centrally heated and air I We Trade Homes I TheJames .I
number of, sensational self-service or Property
"TOY SHOP" Displays In conditioned units plus a =

etc.markets You, get drug expert variety Company stores I restaurant and large 3 bed- $ anmmffiffimmmammrmwffifflllllfflRNI FOR RENT I 5 Co. Preposterous? Not ot all. You're giving away more than $1,000

advice and guidance. However.' room home. It is on a lot 124 SI 7th St. Gainesville. Inc. c year if your rent is $90 a month. That's over $21,000 over o
you must replace toys each week Of
and collect money.REQUIRES 300' x 400' facing onto ALL OUR HOMES ARE 3 BR. 1 Bath Builder of Kingsberry 20-year period.
ONLY FEW the new 4 lane U. S. 301 I I OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 1 Year Lease. $95 per Me.llfflLfflhInlltllsuhttfflsnWIllhJUIllllhfLfflflfflhI. I Homes I
HOURS EACH WEEK
SEEING ANYTIME IF The builds in landlord's
rent just .
property.He
THIS Is not a lob but a chance I which is now being com- YOU WILL JUST CALL. OFFICE PHONE you pay equity your
to get Into something you may 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 372-2527 benefits not you and you have nothing to show for your
have always wanted a business pleted. This is a money 4-5301 or FR 4-7989
of your own. One that can NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS largest single living expense.On .
be handled In spare time and still maker and should have a 372.7401YOUNG

ion.leave room for full time expanse high potential for the 1 the other hand, you'll find many advantages financial and
0 usHmfflffl
NOT A GET RICH future because .of the -----. otherwise in owning your own home. At Highland Court Manor, .

you have QUICK a desire SCHEMEIF to better yourself "new" U. S. 301 high- I V the "otherwise" is significant. ,; .
If sober, honest and really L '
Send for colored
sincere, have a car & $298 (minImum way. ,v M Financially you're entitled to a $5,000 homestead exemption
required), apply at once and brochure. : kt
picture i .
makes home $260 -
giving complete details about which taxes on your approximately per year

yourself er wire: phone 'number. Airmail John K. Davis, Owner less than on rental property. (Taxes on rental property are paid

TOY MERCHANDISING CORP. Waldo, Fla. by your landlord of course, but naturally he passes them on to .

34-10 Seth Street 1 you.)
Woodside 77 New York f

Also the for rent establishes no equity for you-
I II money you pay
s
.. f I III your house payments do. And the interest is tax deC Llctible '.-

HOUSE HUNTING? III .. your rent payments aren't. V ._

CHECK THESE NORTHWEST r I Then there's the "otherwise". The joy and pride of home ownerf.-,-;: "

; ;-T '- ship is seldom surpassed, and you and your family will have something : .?*-

HOMES TODAY: tangible which truly belongs to you. .

FHA & VA .
: ; V'V At Highland Court Manor, this is now more true than ever Kirk -

,1 4 patrick & Pierson's reputation for quality building and valuable I II

$15,400Three r .i extras has made".H.C.M. a popular home for over 400 families. ,

bedroom, two bath colonial model. All I brick a x ,1 With a complete new line of 14 homes to choose from now is the I

front, comer lot, paved street all city services, walkto time tg see how easy it is to own a new Kirkpatrick & Pierson home
elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550 hard-earned in rent. In many
and
AMERICA HOMES stop giving away your money
down; only $9453 per month complete. These homes
ore new and almost ready for occupancy. cases, your payments will be less than the rent you're' now paying ,

Visit our model today on N.E. 31st Ave. You'll be amazed at the

value, we offer!

$13,500Three PRESENTS 1


bedroom one bath model with double access 14 New Models Priced From $13,400 to $18,200
to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. lOOx
100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. The AMERICANAFEATURING __ I

Monthly payments only $81.00 per month. NOTHING DOWN V.A.. ($100 Closing Costs) t I



$15,000Three : Monthly Payments As Low As $79.


bedroom two bath Sherwood model, 1200 3 Bedrooms Interest Insurance and Taxes)
square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down Fireplace (Includes. Built-in Oven and Range. Principal ,

VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately Screen Porch 2 Baths

$91.00 per unit complete. .

Large Dining Room Ducted HeatOptional VISIT ,OUR MODEL HOME TODAYDrive

$12,250Our Double Wall Oven Air Cond.

North on Main, Turn Right at NE 23rd Bird., Continue to NE 12th St.
best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone Micarta Cabinets Curved Drive u
bath home new and distinctively different at $400 Turn Left and Follow Signs. Model Home Located on NE 31st Ave.,

down FHA. 100x1 CO lot with trees, $74.00 a month Double Door Entry Sodded Lawns '
total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.

All city services, walk to elementary and Junior High PRICE
schools.All $17,500NO

of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street,

N.W.13th and 14th Place, and are readily accessibleto DOWN PAYMENT VAt Highland Court ManorSales
downtown, medical center. VA rlospitof, and nearby

shopping .

center.WHY PAY RENT? MINIMUM FHALess

Office Located at

Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. than 3 blocks to Elementary and Jr. High Schools.

In Palm View Estates. Close to churches and shopping.
N.E. 23rd Blvd. & llth Terr.

OPEN 10 A.M. TIL 6 P.M. DAILY i

BUTLER BROTHERSPhone

Located 600 Block of NW 34th Street Phone: 372-7070 trc

Phone 372.3471'Cr"

: FR 2;9545 dairy: FR 6 9041 ai.II" SEE US" AT -THE 1964 PARADE OF HOMES BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS

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I CLASSIFICATION INDEX fI 1'
EXTRA Clean cars ItS to $' 5. 9$ WILL trade 1147 Oldsmobile U 1ft' CARS ; :
r day 50-50 guarantee. No down excellent condition with premium Si :
payment small weekly or monthly tire*. for Jeep In IIM con Ice Station
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE payments. HIH Motors. 1634 dition. Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
I t. Meaterus SE :3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749.

'S card Lest *.!Fe TktBkaS .a4 a It MMkbMrr Wanted to II Bmr TeelieSBBlUter ADD Alpine fun Roadster to driving, _with Ir..Mel.a 1960., FOR THE CORRECT : :: i

4 Fere.Mlise4 Serrleea Materials
tonneau white wall tires new red TIME 1311
I Travel bJeraaUea M BeuekeU 0....
paint lob. Call 376-7124 end enjoy
.
i
S SpeeUl Netleea ABttoae
7 Flerlsta .. MI... Far Sato driving this summer. FR 2-1411 To all

I Ball,Sitters. ant Carla n Tra4Uar Pastaaa VW Camper '61. $1450. Can be fi with us
Plans T. 0. Aa4 Article Wanted nanced. Will consider older Courtesy Of A. H. Child
Things Ta BeeAUTOMOTIVE a FmJ 00 w.... small car In trade. Ph. 3764314 University Chevrolet them a I
70 Bemte Marine E..... after 5:00 weekdays.
71 Camp Host N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
!. Alrplaae SaJes-Bentate U Office S4: tpme..t 1951 OLDSMOBILE power steering .
n Mulct Merefcui41e and brakes. R & H. New
TJ Meblto Beses tut SatoIS
tires. Extra clean. Death In famIly
Tracks tor Sala forces sale. FR 25629 or tea
7. Tracks Wanted 'U FORD
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE at 119 NW. 11th Street.
M Traeters *Track Bentils Power
GAINESVILLEAUTO
.
lit Trailer BeatalsS3 FINANCE company & bank repossessions V-t. Crulse-
Meterercles ft Seeetcn S3 lAg far Sato cars stored at 4431 NW SALES powder
$4 AiteogebDe Repair 34 Waterfront Property 6th St. Financing available some Like new
M Aatomebltot fer Sato U B..... Per Sato already financed. 59 Chevrolet. 4 1007 N. Main St. 'SI
vSfJ Sway Car JS CetUf For Sato dr. $595; 60 Flat new motor, runs Phone FR 2-6313 hardtop
27 Seal Estate Ksekaa e4 perfect S29S 51 Mercury 2 dr. air. 2-tone
: "EDUCATIONALIS 35 Real Estate Wasted hardtop S295I 57 Ford f passenger Northcentrol Florida Car In
S..*... iMtraettoBI SS Oml ., Town Property wagon, power steering .uto- LargestIndependent
40 BeslBeea Pre pertiee heater, $..5. 51Chevrolet
.. math radio S '
Mule >>uebl, 41 Dealer J* FORD
BesUcftUal laeemo automatic.radio
wagon V-8 .
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20 Waalsa'IiitUmctloaEMPLOYMENT V-a.
43 Parma 4k Aer.a6.U and heater, $495; Two almost
Colored Property Rentals 54 Chevrolet, take your choke er
Excellent
43-1 Colored .Property Sales $95; 56 Pontiac convertible $295;
= 11 Work Wavte. Male 56 Ford Falrlane automatic transmission DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
1*.",.rk...Want** Female RENTALS clean. Ins 51 Cadillac
1- II SaUe Help Wanted $145; 55 Chevrolet wagon. $295; TRUCKS
CARS TO
.'. U Help-Mate .r Female 44 CetUfee Per Bet 58 Ford. 4 dr. Felrlene 500 V-8.
II Mate Help Wanted 43 Faraltke 'pg. automatic radio .. heater, runs POOLE-GABLE
Dramatto 4* Cnfaralsbe At.n perfect. $...5; 55 Chevrolet. 4 dr. 1411
:- >11 Female Bely WaaU4 Hoses fir Beat Farm. straight drive. $245. Finance man 119 SE First Ave.
45 B..... fer Haul. Cnere.4S on premises 4431 NW 6th St. Home
: FARMS & LIVESTOCK Rams for But Phone 372-0005. Ask for Pete 372-4343 Open

Z< Farm E,il,menl 10 Betel Rams Compton.
n Teed ...rU1Is.. (1 ...... BcBteleS1A
X Uresteek SeppUeet Wasted To Beat
e- CHEVROLET, S125. 2
4 door
Sell SS Boarders Wanted 1951
$
LaaeUeapiar Tep
tires, new starter new bat-
k M Fate Suppliesu S3 omee Desk SBMO tery.new Rims. Phone 376-0928. RAMBLER
.. & "aaWFINANCIAL I. Butacis BemUli
f = 1950 4-dr. PACKARD; Has '64 license .
SERVICE tag. Phone :376-9687 for In-
=
M Baitaeis Opportunities 23 SpeeiaJ Services formation. SPREEAMERICAN
It ....* U Lea 21: Berne ImpreTemeale HERE is the one you've been
.S Xertraf.esMeier *4 Sadie 4k TV Service looking for. By private owner;
It Waited 23 Appliance 4k FmnUtva 1955 Plymouth RAH. A.T. 2
new tires. good mechanical condition
first $300 cash. Phone

66 MJ.< .For Sala. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale '62 376-992S.VOLKSWAGEN In excellent condition

with" extras $150 and assume -
Phone FR 6-3512.
IP SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn payments.
IS HARD Of HEARING encour9t trailer I enclosed cabana Excellent MECHANIC SPECIAL 1944 Jeep. (
-. him to inlay the benefit oftle.rlng e condition. FR 2-98U *.< 4 wheel drive needs work. 407-
eld. Vltlt GAINESVILLE A.M. end 4-12 P.M. C N.E. 15th St. Ph. 3762460. Best
"WEARING AID CO. Today. 620 offer takes.
N. Main Street. FR 4-OOT5. BELIEVE
= IT.: 1956 CHEVROLET 4-Door. 6 cylinder
.CLEAN your rugs Si upholstery with Automatic. Good condition.
.amazing Lustra Foam. Use our OR NOT $350. Call FR 64806. '

applicator: free. Call Home Beautiful Save MOO. 10 x 44 2 BR fur. 1957 Ford Station wagon good 2
I Rjmlture 1703 N. Main St. .
nlshed only S3195. $35040 down. tires automatic transmission radio
EXTRA long king size bed; dW.size I $54.W per month. heater rebuilt engine. $300.
Hollywood bed. Phone FR 2- Over 50 models to choose from Phone 376-4830.

284*. TRAILER MARTHWY. IMPALA '62 2-dr.: ,' SS Hard Top, $1 AAQOO
PG Trans.. PS & PB.
APARTMENT Hza push button 17 PHONE 3281050 WW Tires
white" G.E. range. Excellent condition R & H, Fact air extra clean.
; $45. Alto beige leather reclining SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Ph. FR 2-0419. Plus "
chair good condition; $25. EASr PALATKA. FLORIDA 2300
1964 Chevrolet Impala new
Phone FR 26366.SEWING .
2! Bedroom trailer 42 with aluminum miles A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost.
MACHINE cabana air conditioned. Phone FR 64404.Jahn Baldwin.

]964 Model Dial O-Matlc Zig Zag shady lot. pool. Town & Coun- '58 FORD. 2 door Station Wagon "IF YOU CAN'T RUN, WALK
try. Lot G2 Ph. FR 6460A.95S .
like new makes button holes overcast 6 cylinder standard shift; $295.
applique fancy stitches. FLEETWOOD 10 x 45 2 Bedroom Will trade. FR ...009. WE'LL PICK YOU
darns mends etc. Assume 6 payments air-conditioner. $2500. Paradise *
$7.10 each S15 W. Univ. Trailer Court. FR 23270. '63 CORVAIR Monza 2 dr.. 4-speed
Ave Ph' 376-1078, floor shift R St H, white" walls.
12 WIDE IS HERE 12.000 miles $1995. Will trade. FR

67 Trading Posts 6-4009. IF YOU LIKE
4820 NW 13th St., 441 N
'63 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof. showroom -
WILL swap diamond end wedding condition low mileage $1-
ring for good tied car. Phone FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 450. Will trade. FR 6-4009. YOU'LL LIKE
44 J.1679. INC.

NOW FRI. SAT.. SUN. ONLYI
68 Articles WantedDO New 55' x 10' 3 Bedroom
Small down payment & 14423 PRICES
441 North 3725111
you have any darkroom equip FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES YOU'REOFF
anent gathering dust that you
would" like to donate or loan to GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA RAMBLER DOO"
the Fledgling Buchholz JHS Pho- 2 DAYS ONLY. S150 down. "'x10'. I 1963
to Club? Small Items appreciated 3 BR used. FEDERAL QUALITY
Contact Mr. Bryan FR 6- HOMES INC., 2117 Temple Ave., transmission radio, heater, Air.
031. 44-4041.. Starfce. Fla. brakes bucket seats.
ing, power ,
40 n. Howard New paint 2 bedroom
70 Boats-Marine Equip. excellent condition. $ .700. Beautiful car . . . .
Call 374-3410.

NEW Fishing Boats painted and I S X 3* SPARtON Trailer all alum- Cross
go. Itn Anniversary Inumi SUM. Phone 4M.147. 1 1963 RAMBLER on. "
r.dcr.yt.u'; ;
June tit to 15tn. BR. 1
10 ft. $24.95. 12 ft. $39.95. S yearsIn lfti Great Lakes Mobile Home 10 WITHA transmission, Air. Reclining seats.Low
same location. Turn East at Ft. wide with S x 12 expanded .
mileage. Nice . . .
post office S blks. Frank Dickerson. : living room $500 for $3200 equity
Orange Lake Marine Boat and take over payments. Call 473-
Works highway 441. P. O. Box 4132 Keystone Heights. :
221. Orange Lake Fla. 1963 RAMBLER
TRAILER cabana and lot for sale Door
Dlckerson'8 Boat Works. new plywood or trade Will trade for a house
boats, boat painting and trailer. Has own water tank and transmission, radio

Next repairing to Varnon's Reasonable Discount prices.Houseon Ave.pump. FR e-7134. 201t N.W. Seth heater, Air . . . . !

441. Orange Lake Fla.
FOR SALE or rent. 1960 10 x 30'. 2 Falrlane 500
LARSEN fiberglass fishing boat I OatO ,
Bedrooms, Mirlette. Large shady FORD
TV* hp Evlnrude motor. Champ lot. close in town of Waldo. GOOD l7OtJ ton .tic trans-4'J .I
trailer. $325. Can be seen at NW Phone 441-1595.
13th St. a. 7th Ave. Neighborhood mission, radio, heater . .
Service Station. NOW this week only 5'xl< .
dining rm. 2 BR. sm. On. P.V't.BII .
WANTED TO BUY used fiberglassboat only $44.JJ mo. FEDERAL IflAf Karma Ghta,
with or without" motor & QUALITY HOMES INC.. 2117 IVOO VW
treller. Hull mutt be good. Will Temple Ave. (301) Starka. Fla. Radio, heater
mete repairs to Interior Si .
own STARTWhen
trim. Lea Crane 3722451 or 372- 44-4041. Beautiful car . . . .
4420. NOW this week" ONLY
New 55 x 10' 2 Bedroom Galaxie! 500
HOUSEBOAT on wheels Terra Me- SOME WITH IV* bath 1 OAO ,

ring Sleeps condition.4. Galley$1475.head. $400 Excellent Small 441 down North payment- 372.5113& $4254 si 70 A FORD top, automatic

down. 3464 NW. 10th Ave. FR 2- FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES Radio, heater,
011. Gainesville. Fla.
power steering . . . .
14 Lone Star alumn. W. alrtanks FOR SALE 1951 HICKS trailer
30 H.P. Evlnrude Elec. start with 11 x 30' cabana, 3 BR. furnished .
windshield" complete outfit skiing air conditioned. washing
fishing top condition with" trailer. machine fenced yard Located at YourFamily 10A1 PONTIAC
(495. Gator Marino 1221 E. Univ. Archer Rd. Trailer Park, FR wagon
Av,. 7317. transmission, radio, heater,

73 Musical Merchandise 35 ft. X S ft. 1958 GREAT LAKES power brakes. 1 owner.
house trailer IVi bedroom. Hill-
crest Trailer. Park. Mr. John Like new . . . . .
WURLITZER Gregory or call FR e4030 after
America's No. 1 piano and 5 p.m.

organs Gainesville's are at evcluslve Earl's Piano Wurlitxer Co.- 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Vacations 1961 FORD hF: rn.2Drr: :

Dealer 702 W. University
Ave. Phone 3722222.

ELECTRIC: Harmony guitar. 3 pick. '60 V4 Ton Chevrolet pick-up Apache 1961 FORD Falcon
10. Long wheel base radio &
tip very good case transmission,
and cord Included; $ 'r'P heater. Call 4722454 or 372- 458.Mr .
322-4819. .. Miller IN Radio, heater . . . .

TRUCK LOAD very fine factory
83 Motorcycles & Scooters
4 Door "
rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR.
ANTEED. LILLIAN MUSIC 1961' !RAMBLER big ,
STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. MUSTANG Special model, per.

F R 6-5931. feet condition must be seen to buy . . . . . .
.. USED ORGANS be appreciated $249. 1424 N. W. A
12th St. Ph. 316-6914.
Wurlltzer Spinet like ntw. $525. 10CO hCCATA 4 Door I
Hammond Spinet perfect $795. 1960 Norton 600 cc. recent over UCdUIA
Grldiey Music Co. haul excellent condition $575. I7J7 :

Gainesville Shopping Center Phone 376-4751 after 5:00 P.M. heater power steering, power
FR 25353
HONDA 90. take up payments of
f 1 Must
UPRIGHT Piano good condition. $21. Phone 372-0065 after 7 P.M. NEW owner, see

.$125. Selma Clarinet used 2 FOR SALE 1957 H. D. Sportster Moo appreciate.. . . . .
school. terms $95. C'II| FR 6-2524 torcycle. excellent condition. Loaded
or 6.1710.Piano with" extras. $500 376-:
phone Karmann 2.
<
,
for sale Sohmer upright. Nice 0163. 1 1957 WW :
.tone Call FR 6-7735. $325 hardtop . .
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR OR

AutomotiveMobile Many Other Used Cars to

CONDITIONING. Tune
up
17 Homes for Sala Special. All$2.50 makes for and performancetest. models. MANY WITH NO DOWN

Hawes Powers Motor Co, Air
WYATT- Conditioning Servicing Canter. USED
204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2-
2561.
: RIDGWAY
Trailer Sales SPECIAL auto painting $2995. Automotive I
repairs and tune-up.
Home of Miller Si Sons. 732 NW 1st St.
Pacemaker Mobile. Homes Phone 371-7915
Shasta and Alrstream CAR 1132 S. MAIN ST.
Travel Trailers 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
Ocala's First Mobile Home
Dealer Since 14S
123 Silver Springs Blvd. CORVAIR Monza '63. equipped
Phone 47M15I with radio heater white side
Otala. Fla. wall tires. .000 actual miles.
Assume payments, email equi
WE BUY ty. Will consider older car for
equity. Call owner et 372-S441,
USED MOBILE HOMESTop ext. 33. a-5 weekdays. '

dollar paid, phone 374-4571 DODGE 1953 4 door. good mechanical
NOW SHOWING condition. Make Offer. 110
164 MOBILE HOMES N. W. 37th Dr. Phone 312....,.
t and 3 bedrooms. all FloorPlans. FORD XL '63
AT. R Si H, PS.
Terms tailored to meet
Bucket seats, small equity takeover L
your budget. Drive a little and payments. Will accept small
tot at
save a
CONNOLLYMobile boat and trailer for equity. Phone
I 454-1691.
Home Sales Inc. .
S Miles North CM U. S. 441 61 CORVAIR, coupe, at ...... sees
Phone 4M-S144 63 COMET .................. SIJtS
I Closed SundaysITS 61 RENAULT ................ S495
j 63 RENAULT ................. S795
FOOLISH 64 FIAT. 400 mL ............ sees
j to pay more. RECKLESS to 62 FORD Galaxle .......... SUM
pay less. GET THE REAL Phone 372-3<<11 or FR 24245. WITHIN YOUR !

,, FACTS. Payments as low as MGA. 195 Top condition, like
Si7J! per month with" S300 down new Interior. Call FR J-305 otter -
LAKE GENEVA 7:30 P.M.

r Mobile Homes Sales' CLEAN 41 Chev. Impala Sports If you've long admired the Lincoln Continental-if you've
Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia
Coupe. power radio,steering heater white auto trans.sidewalls one-don't you think it's smart to step up, to Continental

It b 'good policy to do business Ph. FR 2-345. ,. prestige at a price comparable to the look-alike middle-price
hi own community. You can
Depend your on your friends for top 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- "like-new" '62 and '63 Continentals give you this opportunity .

i service. 23 years In the mobile top coupe. cir conditioned plete safety. Most are doubly warranted by the unused new
horn business. See 4 speed transmission. Caris
warranty or special dealer warranty. We invite your
.
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES parked on Univ. CitY
I Bank parking lot. See Mr.

I. today. Open I AJM. to I PJM. Closes Foster or Mr. Johnson at
Sundays. Phone 37431. the bank. USED LINCOLN CONTINENTALS

ifs 4 ooor. arir conditioned, Chevrolet
SPECIAL II. Nova. Completely equip LIKE-NEW CONDITION AND FULLY WARRANTED
104 x 20$' Lot for mobile home. ped. Best. lowest priced buy In
.,soo. l Mile S. off PaynesPrairie. town. Call FR tftti days. 372-
FR 40052.1H4 .For appointment cat 5032 evenings.I9S OVER $1,OOO.OO OFF ::

$ CHEVROLET etatton wagon.
PALACE. 11 x 50. 2 bedrooms. two tana, automatic radio, heat
Early American. 1301 down, take er. new tire. Cream pvft. $450.
ewer 'payments, of., 16&.& ..... Ptione 376-0523.

4t1-374. 1957 t-S FORD straight shift aver CRANE
S x 40 blue and white 9 rooms drive radIO and ....ter. excii- LlNC9LN.ME
full bath furnished" alr-condllloiv lent condition, t3 S. I47f S. L

,.r Trailer optional.Court.Lot D-7. 'Ktlcmt 23rd Ave. 372-377S. ,

FOR SALE 1964 Chevello SS. convortlbJo. -
l'*a BELVEDERE Its II 2 ... JM V... ..apoo<. whrtewalls. .
w.w. Carpet Air, Conditioner.1 Equity end ammo payments 506;E. UNIVERSITY AV E. FR :
WW aaM or trey en house. See I call_'.Fit ,MISS efler ,1ful L '

at i *. .IM It. While treller. sun. I




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Value Used Cars Rated B & G MOTOR (O :: :::: .. :: FfJ # -:. I : : ;

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BCrG MOTOR CO. : -
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PAINT 2001 N.W. 13thCADILLAC \ ; ; i I

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JOB ,

$0095
63 Sedan de ville,

factory air .,. . $4995 t'tiI' ;
At 62 Sedan de ville,

HAWESPOWERSBODY factory air . . $3795 :
SHOP 62 Sedan
611 S.W. 3rd St. $3495
FR 2-0533 factory air . . .
61 Convertible,

factory air . . $2995

((' .'if 61 Sedan de v lIe,

BEST BUY factory air . . $2995
OUR I 60 Fleetwood, :; !

1960 factory air . . 2595 ii-1 : Tj

Volkswagen 60 Sedan, _

factory air . . $2495 -
$ ;-: ;: r
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4.4: 60 Sedan . . ... $1995 'Ii.
59 Sedan de ville,

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

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

64 Comet convert. $2895 57 Fleetwood, $QOC .

63 58 English DcSoto Ford 2 door. : $995$395 factory air . . OVw I IIN
64 E. Ford Cortina $1895 56 Coupe de ville, $ C
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60 61 Falcon Fiot 1100 Sedan .$695. factory air . . QOLDSMOBILE
55 Ford wagon.. $195 VACATION
61 Ford Go la xie
4 door ...... $1495
59 Ford 4 door .. $495
56 Ford station wagon 62 98 hardtop sedan,
60 Merc. Monterey $995
$2595
63 Mercury factory air . . ;
Breezeway ...'$2850 .
64 Starfire A
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63 Old 4 door .. $2895 coupe
63 Peugod 404 .. $1995 loaded, 11,650 miles, SAVE

CRANELINCOLNMERCURY factory warranty
61 98 hardtop sedan, &1AAC FULL SIZE

factory air '. eo o. I WO
516 S. MAIN ST. 60 98 hardtop sedan,
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376-2425 factory air . . $1 )IF3 I

59 88 super hardtop *t\i1' ti

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Buys air conditioning . .

2 BEDROOMS 59 hardtop coupe . $1095 'I :; n $! I D9
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196255x10 $3995
1959 45x10 front 58 88 super hardtop \

kitchen .... $2895 coupe . . . $795 1' :- :; ,. .:;i: : .
195536x8 ......$1495
195635x8 ...... $1895 *
195945x10 like 58 98 convertible . $595 L p ,/ JJ D
new ....... $3495 58 98 sedan, ,i ,, -

SPECIAL air conditioned . $795 : .

1959 ZIMMER 57 88 sedan, ; !

50'.10'ONE BEDROOM air conditioned . $395 g ,
Wall to wall carpeting 56 98 hardtop sedan,
$295
tem fireplace 1 Vz intercom baths beau sys air conditioned . :: FUlL t tL14

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59 Lesabre sedan,

ONE BEDROOM air conditioned . $1095
195430x8 ..... $1595 Lesabre LN
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195732x8195230x8 ......$1795 coupe $1105 ." "
..... $1195 air conditioned 0 -
195327x8 195627x8 air..... $1395 :2L/Y/ La::

condition195330x8 ... $1995 t
..... $1595
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195335x8 ..... $1695 '
195436x8 ..... $1695 64 Impala, super spt. coupe, SAVE'
195428x8 ..... $995 fac. air,w. with b. bucket
195929x8 ..... $1695
1951 30x8 ..... $1495195735d seats, 3,700 miles, fac- STRICTLY _
,...... $1995 fc
195835x8 ..... $2995 tory warranty
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196246x10195030x8 .... $3495 __
..... 2195 __
195527x8 ..... $1495$1795 63 Impala sedan . .. IIY
63 Chev. II Nova, $$1QQS i _

SPECIAL sedan . . . .
1963 55x10 I.
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REAR EXPANDABLE $1195 -
3 Bedrooms 60 Station wagon . I _

$4695 $995 UNEW FORD I
ConnollyMobile 59 Impala' hardtop sedan LI TRADEINSQAIRCONDITIONED


FORD -_ _
Home Sales 62 FORD $1557 63 T-BIRD $3885Sports
2 MILES SOUTH ON Falcon Galaxle 2 dr.. V4. radio 1. heater, P*. Corru AC Coupe, e nvtoO epoke wheel, radio 4> heet.
U. S. 441 27 301 63 "' .
$170 solid ivory. er. PS. PB Com solid white whit walls. ,
Phone 6297477VOLKSWAGENS station wagon . . i *& .II/ .; BUYS 62 CHEV. $1725 63 FALCON $2175
61 Galaxie hardtop sedan, $14)AC 1 59 MERC '$872 Wagon 4 dr.. PS PB, retfto .. heater, AC, AT. tu- EconoIIn Camper Bus rigged for vtrnlght canpo
tone green & green. white walls. 11)9.radIo._ heater solId tft..
air conditioned . I IVO I I. 2 dr. hardtop V-8 PS PB. Power seats PW AT.
I. : $ A AC. radio .. heater solid white with white walls. 62 FORD $1835 63 FALCON $T597 :
"95 60 OLDS $1499 Galaxie 500. 4 dr., Com. radio & heater PS, Ac. 4 dr., Future, radio .. heater, FM solid white. .
60 Comet . .0. . 1 JLJ; 4 dr wagon, 88, PB. PS radio .. heater AT AC tutone white over green, white walls. 62 FALCON $1277 -
tutone white & light blue white walls. 61 FORD $1237 ..
4 dr. radio heater, tutooe paint, white over
CHRYSLER % 61 BUICK $1777 4 solid dr.,white Galaxie.whit.radio walls.& h atcr, PS, C< 4 dr. H.T. Electra 225 radio & heater. PS. PB. .
P seat PW AC AT solid blue. whit. walls. 63 T-BIRD $3685 TRUCKS .,; ,% .
64 Crown Imperial, 61 FORD $1242 Laudeau PS. PB. P Mat radio <. heater Com,
$5295 At;. lIght blue. whit wells.
air conditioned . .. ;. 4 dr. Fairtane 500 V4 PS Pfl heater Ac. FM, 63 FORD
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tutone white over blue white wells. H Ion 4 cyL gries62FORD
61 Dodge EXTRA SPECIAL BUYS
$1395 61 FORD $1242
station . tt ton, S cyt radio < ,
wagon 1 4 dr.. Fairtane AM PS, AC redto & hester, 59 OLDS $899 heeler Mack
59 New Yorker straight shin solid white. 4 dr., wagon Mona, whllt .. biut PB, PS nf 62 FORD -,,..
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$1095 hester AC whltt wills. H tori. 4, heater, blKtI
air conditioned . 60 FORD $1129
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.. 60 CHEV. SAVEImpala 61 FORD
k- 4 di'., Falrtane 500. V. Com AC redO heater
58 Plymouth, PS Mane white over grey white walls. 2 dr.. H.T.. radio & heater PO V-Ir solid .Econoline, Yt ton DgM61FORD MbC
63 VW sedan runs and air conditioned . $395 60 FORD $1188 finish light blue whi1 walls. Sharp. .
looks like new. Turquoisewith : 52 JEEP $182.40 Vi ton. V4, light blue !L
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interior tutone white over blue. white wall* Station wagon front wheel drtvt. Ruff. 60 FORD
5M95 OTHERS = Vi ton cyt dark green f
62 FORD $1735 63 FORD $2665
Fairlone SOD 4 dr., V4, radio & heater FM AC, 500 XL 4dr. H.T, radio t hearer, PS AC Conu. 62 FORD
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62 VW sedan radio whitewalls 64 Volkswagen, new, .
clean and in excellent miles, beige with _,.., ,.av I n __ __ 7 .'n --- -- -
condition $1295 4,550 CAVE
white interior

61 VW sedan block with $200 V
red interior .... $1095 60 Renault . . .

60 Karmann-Ghia i $1 I 95 I ., ,
59 VW Karmon Ghia con- coupe . . ..I. I A'' ,-
vertible black with white I
top excellent condition I aTdo

$1195 r allS OPEN IlL 9

62 Porsche S/90 coupe SHAW&KEETER MOM. thru FRIe
white. Blaupunpt Radio

headrest. 13.000 miles$3595 B & G MOTOR (0. If PHONE FR 6-5371



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