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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1964
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Court Upsets Apportionment

11i fly Entire Legislature, Must Be Set Up by Population

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1;_ WASHINGTON (AP) A of, state legislatures are not so both houses legislatures are, The court ruled initially in gates, Is apportioned sufficiently -
''J wholesale and historic revamping apportioned.It under way In a number of three appeals from Alabama, on a population basis to be 1( )\ *
I of state legislatures was de- also means vastly in- states. In one of them, New Jer- and then went on to; constitutionally sustainable"Ruled ,
,creed today ,by the Supreme creased Powers for city and sey, attorney David Friedland Pronounce unconstitutionalthe that .neither of the
Court. suburban'residents especially whose suit is pending before present legislative apportionment houses of the Virginia General
The tribunal ruled that the suburbanites against their the State Supreme Court com- system of New York Assembly is apportioned suffi Could Doom
seats in both houses of state country cousins, who have beenin mented today that the Supreme State. ciently on a population basis to
legislatures "must be apportioned control of legislatures across Court' decision could produce Declare that neither house of 'be constitutional.
on a population basis." the country. "the most dramatic change in the Maryland Legislature "even Upheld a lower court decision
This spells turmoil in most of Court tests involving the rep- state government in a hundred, after the 1962 legislation reapportioning that both houses of'the Dela-
i( the states because a majority resentation balance of one or years." the House of Dele ware Legislature must be reapportioned Florida PlanTALLAHASSEE
t, along population lines.
1 The basic ruling, which will
Moonshine RowSheriff have incalculable effects on
'a'wtiJ"q"K American politics was read by (AP) .- House Speaker Mallory
Chief Justice Earl Warren. Horne and Senate President Wilson Carraway said today
I f Joe Crevasse, kneeling behind a row of five- "We mean that the equal projection that the U. S. ,Supreme Court decision on legislative apportion
a Jt yr gallon jugs of moonshine'whisky, sniffed the contentsof clause of the 14th many mean Florida's own plan is doomed.
II one jug this morning and noted it was "not bad for Amendment to the Constitution '"If they are applying the equal population test in both
no will drink it. Minutes later,
one ever requires that a state make an houses, then it is my legal con-
the 'shine-110 gallons worth about lOOO-was poured honest and goodfaith effort to clusion they towardthe
are leading
into' the'city sewer. The haul was seized yesterdayby construct districts in both absolute rejection of the Sen-
Deputy Fred K. Hall (right). Deputy Jerry D. Goad houses of its legislature as ate of
phase and it
our plan
I (left) helped carry the half-ton of liquor to the sewer. nearly of equal population as is May CallLegislature me in more doubts as to puts the
(Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) Warren
V practicable, said. validity of the House plan," said
."' _v,' '-.::- '. r r__.' rw The court struck down in no Horne:
1 ; uncertain terms, the doctrine
( "I had felt confident that the
that states may adopt the "little
federal House proposal would meet the
system. Rural inter-
,J .. ... ests, trying to preserve at leasta In Session test; I am not so certain now."
'veto power in state legislatures Carraway said that he doubted
I had pointed to the federal TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. "if the Florida plan would
system operation in the U.S. Farris Bryant said the momen- meet this standard (of equal ,
Congress. tous U.S. Supreme Court deci- population. J
Under this plan adopted as a sion today on legislative appor- "A three-judge Federal courtin .1
fgI result of the "great compro- tionment rpparently means Miami said the plan met the
n}ise" in the constitutional convention Florida must review its Legisla- requirements of our Constitutionand
aj of the Founding Fathers tive structure. Presiding officersof of the United States Consti I
the House of Representatives Florida's House and Senate tution. I think it is high time
: is based on population, said openly that the" state's plan Congress did something to out.
I but every state no matter how may be doomed. line the authority of the Supreme -

m. sparsely populated, has two Apparently, ruling out Florida's Court" Carraway said.Florida's .
: senators. plan would mean a special apportionment planis
_________ But this
waa u.9 .i 3 k ib argument was rejected session of the Legislature but before the court for review,
to by the Supreme. Court the governor said he was mak- along with those of other states.
today. ,
: decisions until he had The test
In ing no was brought by Miami.
calling for apportionmentof seen the court's full opinion.The man and argued that the urban
houses of state
key point of the ruling insofar areas of Florida were short-
tures the
on basis of
Warren declared that populattion the- as the Florida plan was changed legislative representation -
federal concerned, was the court direc- .
I analogy is "inappositeand
tive that states must try to build The Senate plan adopted by
; :; The Car Was Loaded-With Moonshine tive districting irrelevant,schemes.to state "legisla- legislative districts for both law in a special session early

"Attempted reliance on the houses "as nearly as equal pop- last year established 43 Senate
federal analogy" ulation as is practicable." districts, but split no county
Twenty-two 5-gallon glass jugs of moonshine whisky,worth about a.m.. yesterday while on patrol. One auto was similar to a car legislative apportionment by supportersof in "This decision would appar- lines. It departed from all thosein
I Alachua sheriff, owned by a man recently'involved in a 'shine case. The other auto,
$1,000 seized yesterday because an County deputy today's cases, said Warren ently call for a rethinking of the past and gave Dade County -
F' I was suspicious of two cars, were poured into the city sewers this traveling behind, was the heavily-loaded Mercury. "appears often to be little more, our total legislative structure," with 935,000 in the last census -

: morning. Suspicious Wood ,followed the two east-bound cars, which than an after-the-fact rationali- the governor said. ,two senators.
I The 110 gallons of high-grade illegal whisky was taken from' a separated at the Jacksonville' Road, the first car turning toward zation offered in defense of mal- "I will of course have to with- Other districts ranged down-
j heavily-loaded 14-year-old Mercury sedan Jacksonville and the Mercury toward Gainesville. adjusted state apportionment hold a decision as to what to do ward in population. There are
Sheriff Joe Crevasse said he'does not think the whisky was made about
arrangements. it until there is an only slightly ver 20,000
have, been destined for Wood said he followed the Mercury, and the driver began to oppor- personsin
in Alachua County, although it may con- Warren added
) that "Simply tunity to study the full opinion. the Senate district made up of
i sumption, here."AIachua get nervous and turned left at' 8th Avenue and Waldo Road. "
stated an individual's right to Columbia County.
It\ County is on direct route ,for bootleggers- from Georgia As Wood moved up to stop the car because of erratic driving, vote for state legislators in unconstitutionally House Speaker Mallory The House plan established
he said the Mercury's'' driver pumped from the still-moving car impaired when Horne and Senate President Wil- 112 seats, with all 67 counties
passing and into the woods. Deputies searched the for the driver
ran area '
its (the vote's) weight is in a son Carraway were pessimisticthat having at least one representative -
] Deputy Fred K. Wood spotted two cars on Monteocha Road at 2 but did not find him, Crevasse said. substantial Florida's would
i fashion diluted when plan meet and the largest ones more
I 'a. 3 compared,with votes of citizens the court's tests. than one. Dade County has 14,
living in other parts of the Duval 7, Hillsboough and Pinel-
:' state." 1 las 6 each, Broward 5, Orangeand
Ii All Downhill for Rights"'Bill/ Warren's statements were t Palm Beach 4 each Polk
; made in deciding three cases WHERETO and Escambia 3 each and Bre-
." from Alabama. vard and Volusia 2 each.

WASHINGTON (AP-Senate proval to much of the measure, Three separate appeals were FIND IT Home said that the House
Democratic leaders drive this but has additional sessions filed in the Supreme Court after plan of apportionment was "as

week for passage ,of the civil Senate Passage, scheduled. a. temporary plan for reap- Comics ..e H. 10 close as we could come without
rights.bill, and so confident are Assistant Senate Democratic portionment of the Alabama Classified 11-13 doing away with county boun-
Legislature was announced by a Entertainment 6 daries and with giving each
they of victory! they alreadyare This Week Leader Hubert H. Humphrey of
turning their attention to Expected Minnesota said hearings also special three-judge federal courtin Obituaries . :. 2 county one member."
administration leg- Montgomery.The Opinion Page . 4 He said that the ourt lan
other major start
dent may soon on Presi- special court rejected re- (l- Sports . . .7, 8 guage "to construct districts"*
islation.tremendous. pileup of House- Sen. Barry Goldwater will ployment practices. No revisions legislation.The million. antipoverty apportionment legislation enact- Women's . 5 may Indicate that the court is

approved measures is awaiting vote against the measure unlessit are likely on these provi- House: Rules Committee '(See COURT on Page 2)). (See FLORIDA. on Page 2)

Senate action once the civil is materially revised, his sions., meets on this Tuesday and is
rights bill is passed.All campaign manager said Sunday Among the "must" measures expected to clear it for House
sides, including the South- night. Denison Kitchel said waiting their'turn in the Senateis floor action, probably next
erners who have fought the bill Goldwater, Arizona Republicanwho the $533-million federal pay week
r since March 9, concede it will is seeking the Republican increase bill the House passed After the Dixie filibuster
pass this week with Wednesdayor presidential nomination objectsto last Thursday. The Senate Post against the rights bill, was halted
Thursday considered the the bill's provisions on public Office and Civil Service Com- last Wednesday by cloture,
most likely 'day. accommodation and private em- mittee has given tentative apRoutine the Southerners centered on
amendments their of
as means
f striking at the bill.
UF Campus Busy Place Slate In all, 51 were presented but

II except for minor revisions acceptable r .

With 6 Summer InstitutesThe Tonight ForCommission amendments to the were leadership beaten back the % I -

As the Senate convenes today sv
University of Florida Teachers of Mathematics, 665 amendments stand eligiblefor
campus becomes a center of speaks to the summer institutefor City Commissioners face a consideration. The bulk of
summer institutes this week as secondary school teachers of routine agenda tonight at their them probably will not be put r1
school teachers gather from all mathematics Tuesday at 5:30 7:30 meeting at the Utilities Operation to the test. _
over the state for intensified p.m. in Leigh ,auditorium. He .Center: _
training, in special subject will,speak again Wednesday at City.Manager Bill Green said
areas. 12:30 pjn. in Room McCarty this morning he may have a Elks' ProgramTo
report for the commission on .z
Teachers from the elementary Hall.Merserve ..
school to the junior college level will speak on Eu- the "patching up" meeting with Honor FlagA '
win study topics ranging from clidean and non-Euclidean ge Recreation Director Ray Mas- ., ,
family finances to health educa ometry. The public may attend sey' and dismissed Community public program, honoring
tion. Four of the six summer both lectures free of charge. The Center supervisor Harold Acos- "Our Flag the Symbol of Free
institutes began today. One session math institute, directed by Dr. ta.Green dom," will be held today' at I
Js.for science-minded high William Gager. continues- will also report to the 7:30 p.m. in the Courthouse 9 JX.l..ft
school students. through Aug. 7. commlionon parts.of the:city Square. II
The National Science Founda resolution made last March Sponsored by the local Elks i& I
A 'family.today finance and workshop continues tion-sponsored summer research freeing'all building permits in Lodge, and 38 other civic, patriotic ? ..fw! :w i
began 'program for high school students the University; of Florida periphery and service clubs, the -- -- -- --- i

throUihJwy't..Some 41 teach- began today.,Twenty-six science : that, are still effective. assembly will feature a short Melon On The BlockThe
Will receive special instructionin $350
ers financial minded high school juniors will The agenda also includes a speech, inspirational singingand
affairs to 'aidthem participate in research projects recommendation from the Plan representative units from
:Ilf preparation of class- with University professors during Board that the beverage ordi- the University of Florida ROTC sing-song chant of Auctioneer Badly .Clark filled the air Saturday at Chief-

roommaterials.DrTBnicVE. '. the eight week program. nance not be amended as requested and the local military reserves. land,as ,the 62-pound grand champion melm held by Leonard Cobb and grown by ,
ferservb;preslaCaiahe Junior college teachers of by a delegation from Chairs will be provided .for James Asbtll, Chiefkad, brought top mony of $5.65 per pound. The buyers were > "-"

National Council- of .(See UF. on Pace Z) ..' First Baptist."Church, __ all,attending. State Senator Ettcr Usher, and.John Dalt on.' (Sun photo by Bob Sleeker)", .
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Gainesville Sun Monday. June 15. 1954

Excise Tax Battle,. Repeal Continue_ _. Due Airing ;

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... and excise taxes until the next recession -'would transfer surplus federal He said that the taxes that heavily by lower income consumers -
Nt1U turk wtmr tempting to repeal these ed tax that is widely used in I prepared for the Ways
WASHINGTON excises.A Europe and increasingly advo-' Means Committee was one by is in sight and the econo- i revenues to the states but said .should be repealed first. .'are ,..such as those on. cosmetics -

I The long deeper look at the whole cated by American businessmenas Professor Otto Eckstein of Harvard my again needs the stimulus of that such a move would be an those which add to, business' and costume jewel y.
brewing battle
political over
aim substitute for the who has been tax reduction. attractive alternative to federaltax
of excise taxes a University
problem corpor- the
such .
of as
excise taxes will be in costs production, ,
joined Professor' Due included
ed at laying the groundworkfor ate-income tax, nominated by;President Johnsonas If the federal budget moves reduction "if a program of
Iwo congressional arenas this tax on business machines; those, in his priority.llst for.re-
into surplus in the meantimeas financial aid to the states .
wholesale reform of this A similar cautious attitude to- a member of the president'sthree
week. I controversial tax area by 1966 ward the possible benefits of man Council of Economic he said it would if defense could be devised which strength- which produce' insignificant peal the excise taxes on auto-

) "The question whether to repeal or sooner gets under way before shifting from direct income tax- Advisers and will take over spending levels off and economic ened rather than weakened I amounts of revenue, such as the mobiles. Prof. Richard A. Mus-

I -I or extend for another year the House Ways and Means es to indirect excise taxes was I that post in September. expansion continues then them and which would not in- tax on matches; those that pre- grave of Princeton, another con-
I the federal revenues ject the federal government into 'sent major difficulties in en- tributor to the committee's compendium -
.; the sales taxes on such items Committee today. ,revealed in a separate group of Professor Eckstein questionedthe excess
1 i as cosmetics, jewelry hand Research studies made for the tax studies also made public: desirability of repealing or might better be given to the local affairs improperly." forcement and interpretation of..research papers,
their rather than A priority list for reduction of such as the taxes on mechanical stated flatly that automobile excise -
\ bags and furs will come before committee by 10 university pro- Sunday by the Brookings Insti- reducing any excise taxes as states for use I
the House of Representatives on fessors showed relatively little tution and the National Bureauof long as business conditions are eliminated by tax reductions. excise taxes was set forth by pencils and pens and on cigar- ,taxes which now run to

(( Thursday A partisan contest is enthusiasm for excise taxes gen- Economic Research. good. It might be preferable he, Professor Eckstein did not Prof. John F. Due of the University -ette and cigar lighters; and $5.8 billion annually, are justi

in sight, with Republicans at2ay. erally, including the value-add. Among the research papers said to defer the reduction of! explain the means by which he of Illinois. those which are borne most fied.

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1 :: .........-- ca_ ew" ELLIS GUYNN Rev. Hilton J. Olive and Rev.E. Capitol

... W. Harrington :will officiate .
for Ellis Gardiner

Total From Page 1 ZONEBCDEFHIMostlY t Guynn 54, Archer Road Village, with the Masonic graveside Cemetery.servicesat .

[ Magic I, \ will be Tuesday at 4 pjn. at High Springs WASHINGTON. (APJ Sen..
ed by the Alabama Legislature.The sunny and continued warm Pallbearer are Otis Bridges,
I Fair tonight. Low 4 t ,the High Springs First Baptist I Kenneth B. Keating, R-N.Y.,
would Tuesday. T. J. JV.. 'Thomas,
temporary plan give Church. Dowdy,
the. Soviet Union has
in 70s high Tuesday I s>ays
tonight ,
; WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Richard M. Nixon 13 Jefferson County the state's Dr. P. D. Weeks Ed Cole How-
iBarry Goldwater is expected ,to Favorite sons 93 largest county, 17 House members mid-90s. Variable mostly _I, The local barber died Satur. ard Isabel Talmadge Barber 5;stopped withdrawing its troops
southerly 5 to 15 mile winds. i day at his mother's home in of I f'rom Cuba in what be
:corral 56 delegate votes in Texas Uncommitted 212 instead of seven.1 Mobile and Marcus Hunt. Members may an
-Tuesday and, by current count, Scranton and PennsylvaniaState would get eight members an in- ZONES G J Mostly sunny Tuesday. Fair $ 1 High Springs. the Masonic Order are honorary (:ffoit to "guard the missile

:push past the magic total needed Chairman Craig C. Truax crease of five and Montgomerywould tonight.e s, 70s Low inland.tonight High near Tuesday 80 on beech-85 on allbearers. ,sites 'or to protect the 'Cuban
to win the keep the four it had.B. beaches and near*90 Inland. East and regime from' its own enemies"
Republican presidential claim that only 250 of Goldwa- southeast 5 to 15 mile winds. H More About Survivors include his mother,

nomination.But ter's votes are from legally A. Reynolds and Frank' tonight.K Low Mostly tonight sunny(0,Tuesday.high Tuesday Fair Mrs. Ella Louisa Guynn High Keating on a program recorded -
not all of this first ballot -bound delegates. "There is a Peace Probate County judges of 88. Easterly 5 to 15 mile winds.. Springs; three daughters Joyce for radio and televisionin

strength is I r rev 0 cab ly certain slippage of feeling for Dallas and Marion counties respectively TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE VF Gail, Elise Rebecca, and Mrs. New York estimated Sunday

bound to the Arizona senator, Goldwater" Scranton said. filed the first Supreme High Low Prtelp. Linda Sue Cain; and a son, that between 4,000 and 7,000 So-
and Gov. William W. Scranton .
Replies to a spot check of delegates Court appeal. Jacksonville 99 76 Charles (Tony), all of High viet troops remain in Cuba.
t pf; Pennsylvania will be hop- Miami 1-4' 80
: following Scranton's announcement if the I Tampa 94 78 and brother T. Clayton -
') scotching the country this showed no headlongrush They questioned apportionment -. Atlantalew 92 49 GAINESVILLE WEATHER From Page 1 Springs, a ,
;week trying to pick off some by judicial decree was Orleans 91 70 Municipal Airport readings Guynn Gainesville.

U t>f.the. delegates now in the away from Goldwater, equitable if both House and New Boston York 91 84 68 60 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: chemistry will be on campus to- WASHINGTON (AP) The

Senator's column. I however., Senate must be apportioned WashingtonIhlcsgo" I (3 9J 42 73 .18 High. 96 at 8 p.m., low 70 at day through Aug. 7 to study ad-,I NELLIE BAILEY Population Reference Bureau,

: Since Scranton launched his. There also were a few shifts strictly according to population, Denver Kansas City 87 44 1.15 5 a.m. No rain. vanced courses. The 21 teachers .I Services for Mrs. Nellie Viola Inc., warns that population

drive for the nomination last from previously, uncommitted and if the old apportionmentwas Ft. Worth 72 96 49 72 .01 ALMANAC who are attending the sum. Bailey, 68, Gainesville, will be growth may force "rigid rationing

Friday however he has gained delegates to Scranton's banner invidiously discriminatoryin Los Angeles 1 71 5' mer institute, will be under the 'Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in the of the use of national
four in North Dakota. Seattle 71 5J Sunset today............... 7:31 pm. I
notably violation of the federal Constitution's -: S.28 direction of Dr. J. F. Baxter' Thomas Chapel with parks" as they become more
i little more than a score of votes Sunrise tomorrow ; : Williams -
Goldwater backers across the FORECAST Moonset tomorrow ::::::::: 12:31 a:
'r and onl/ one of the deiegate.i ., guarantee of- equal EAST GULF: Southwesterly winds 5 First Quarter. ............... June 16 professor of chemistry. Dr. U. S. Gordon officiating. crowded.In .
nation contended the senator'sdelegates protection of law. 15 knots Tuesday. Fair. The planet, Saturn today begins an be in
Burial will Evergreen
who lined behind the
up governor would stand fast. I apparent westward movement among Utilizing the health resourcesin a research report issued
CEDAR KEY TIDES the stars in its background. Saturn. .
was for Goldwater earli- The weekend conventions went A second appeal was filed by like the Earth. is always actually communities is the theme of Cemetery.She and Sunday the bureau noted that
.er. Tuesday-High at 7:17 a.m. and 6:30 moving eastward on its orbit around died Sunday night
David J. Vann and Robert S. the workshop in health educa.
the one-billionth
Goldwater Low at 12:32 and 12.50 visitor to the
about as expected. pm- a.m. p.m. the Sun. was the widow of the late Sid-
? The senator's total meanwhile gained support ranging from: Vance chairman and vicechairman tion for teachers Wednesday Newton Bailey. national parks was recorded in

ballooned to 619 by Associated solid to unanimous at state con- of the Jefferson County Five-Day Forecast through Friday. ney Survivors include a daughter, Aug. .28, 1962-58 years after

1 Press tally. He needs 655 for ventions in Idaho Utah, New Democratic Campaign Committee. ..' Some 40 teachers from around I Mrs. John J. (Marie) Havelock they were established, B.ut the

Homination and is favored to Mexico Virginia and Missouri.He They contended that' the Temperatures are expected to Normal lows average in the the state will hear Dr. Brooks Winter Park; Mrs. J. M. Rosier -second billionth visitor is expected -

win all of the 56 votes to be picked off four of Connect- new Senate apportionment "per average around normal in southeast seventies. No important changeswere Henderson psychiatrist of the Gainesville; two sons Elva in 1973.WASHINGTON.

I ''designated in Texas and most if icut's 16 and five of Maryland's petuates invidious discrimination. and south sections of the forecast. Rainfall in the county health department of Bailey Gainesville, and Lt.

)1ot: all of the 14 to be assigned :20. Scranton appeared before ." state and two to five degrees form of scattered showers is expected Marion County, speak on the Mack V. Bailey, of Albany, Ga.; H

-in Montana Friday and Satur-[both conventions, winning 12 in Vann and Vance said the Senate -above normal in other areas. about mid-week, mainlyover problems of ,mental health in two brothers, J. D. Lynn, Jack- ,(AP), Pres-

_ : I,Connecticut and four in Mary' should be apportioned "so Normal highs range from 86 at north and central portions school children. Dr. Hendersonwill sonville, and Robert Lynn, ident Johnson attended the Na-

: Those two conventions windup that Senate districts are as near Miami Beach and Key West to with amounts variable up to one speak Thursday at 3:30: Gainesville; three sisters, Mrs. tional City Christian: Church

the delegate selection process land.Only in Minnesota where I ly equal to each other in the 91 .at Orlando and Jacksonville. inch. a.m. in the P. K. Yonge Band- Vernie Gaskin, Gainesville; Sunday' and, like most of his
uncommittedstand room. All sessions of the work Mrs. Emma Crews, B o w 1 ing fellow worshippers used a
j Jfcr.the Republican National forces favoring an number of inhabitants as may
convention opening July 13 in were victorious did Gold- be." Vlore About Auto Strikes shop are open to the public.An Green, and Mr. Irene Wilkerson church-provided paper fan to
Palataka and three -
water fail to win support. Even ; grandchildren. cool himself.
Francisco.The A second dissenting opinion, eight-week institute for .
there he has eight previously in Scooter RiderCharles high school teachers of Spanish I Johnson
AP survey of the 1,238 by Justice John M. Harlan, FloridaFrom was accompanied by
1 d chosen elected district delegates. which Justice Tom C. Clark begins Wednesday.The institute EDWARD FIRTH IMrs. Johnson and two members
I delegates a rea y M. Shepherd 15, of will train 58 Spanish teachers
joined, asserted: of his Cabinet Secretary of
this first ballot
lineup 'KEYSTONE
I Blast Kills 74 Page 1 1431 N.E. 17th St., was treated I from over the state in improved HEIGHTS Funeral -Commerce Luther H. Hodgesand
based primary election commitments -
on "Believing that the reasoning services were scheduledthis
for minor injuries and released methods' for teaching Span- Secretary of the Interior
instructions pledgesand behind the court's decision car- saying "to build districts not morning at DeWitt C.
from Alachua General HospitalSaturday ish. Dr. I. R. Wershow as-
KABUL Afghanistan (AP-A Stewart L. Udall and their
stated preference: in northern ries extremely mischievous, if necessarily consistent with county after the motor scooter sociate professor of foreign,, Jones Chapel in Starke for wives.
coal mine explosion not dangerous lines." Edward Firth, 72; who died
Goldwater 619 last Friday took,74 consequences on which he was riding was languages, is directing the in-
Nelson A. Rockefeller -127' Afghanistan lives. The victims were members -(or. our federal system in the In such a case, Home said, .hit by a'car, the Gainesville Poke stitute. Friday, following a sudden ill- With the temperature at 90
realm of criminal law. enforcement both sides of the Florida plan Department reported. ness. and the weather humid, many
Scranton 113 of a repair gang working in I must dissent. might be thrown out. Famed Japanese watercolor Dr. Albert C. Holt, pastor of men in the church took off their
t Henry Cabot Lodge 46 the mine. Six injured men were driver Jake L.
The auto's Ishikawa will havean
artist Shinji the Keystone Community
said that he didn't the of the
Carraway coats at invitation
; Margaret Chase Smith 15 brought out of the mine alive. "The importance of the issue know whether there would,be a Leitner, 23 of Rt. 1, Micanopy, exhibit in the Florida State Church, officiated and burial minister Johnson, Udall and
presented and the serious in. was charged with failure to Museum through June 22. The was in Keystone Heights Ceme-
special session of the Legislature theirs
Hodges kept on.
cursion which the court makeson but yield the right of way. show stresses the theme of in-
Scranton time-honored basic constitu- that he hoped not. tery.Firth
Opens terpretations of nature throughthe born in
was England
"If the court wants some- Police said Leitner made a
principles justifies full
ancient art of Sumie.'Sumle He was past president of Rotary Earl C. May
thing like that I don't think
exposition of my reasons. you left turn at West University Ave painting uses a black ink witha International. He was.. resident I
Harlan could pass it in the Legislature nue and 3rd Street in front of prescribed manner of painting of Keystone Heights the past, RepresentingThe
then devoted 20
Six-State DriveBy pagesto he said. I Equitable Life
his exposition, as comparedwith Mayor Herman Goldner of St. Shepherd, who could not stop in I each plant.A four years, coming here from i! AsturonetSociety

Brennan's majority- opinion -Petersburg, chairman of theMayors' time. Damage to the scooterwas Faculty Painting Exhibition Michigan. .. FR-2-3' 576
which used 13 Survivors include his, widow, .
pages. estimated at $30. continues this week and -
Committee Fair --
RICHARD L. GRAVES by the response of Republicans on reapportionment Isabelle Oatman Firth,

SCRANTON, Pa. (AP-Gov. throughout the nation. Joining with Brennan in th said he..plannedto through .June 30, at Gallery X. stone Heights; two sons, Robertof Key-
) William W. Scranton today He said he feels most of the I majority were chief justic call a meeting immediately to VeterinarianHere Department of Art. The galleryis Starke and Donald of St. Lou "For :

opened a six-state quest for del delegates for Goldwater "are Earl Warren and Justices Hug review in detail all angles of the open to the public Monday,, is, Mo.; a brother, David South A

egate support in his bid for the not completely committed to Black William 0. Douglas, an decision as it would apply to HonoredDr. through Friday 9 a.m. until] Bend Ind.; a sister, Mrs. Ethel OnlY.

Republican presidential nomina- him" and he feels that through Arthur J. Goldberg. Florida. noon and 2 until 5 p.m. Fairbrother, Doncaster, Eng.; Cents

tion. campaign speeches and person- Goldner said he would sug- Swanson of The Conference of State Association and five grandchildren. I I
Leonard E.
Pennsylvania's chief execu- to-person contacts with dele- Brennan's opinion declared: gest that the committee seek an for Supervision and Per Day
"We hold today that the FUn Gainesville was one of five Ohio I
tive pointed his campaign west- gates to the national conventionhe injunction to eliminate from the Curriculum Development begins
ward into regions generally can "pull back some dele Amendment's exception fran ballot in the November general State, graduates Medicine of the honored Collegeof Sunday in the Medical Sciences Gainesville Sun Your Home Can Have

claimed by his No. 1 opponent, gates." compulsory self-incrimination i h Veterinary Building Auditorium at 8:30: p.m.
election the referendum on the
U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Many others are "changingtheir also protected by 'the 14U legislative reapportionment for- recently.Dr. The keynote speaker at that Saturday, and evenings Sunday except morn- "COMPLETE"Pest
Swanson graduatedfrom
minds that they havea Amendment against abridge was time will be Dr. Alexander the
Arizona. now ings by Gainesville Pub
Scranton, after making a commencement choice" he added."I ment by the states." mula adopted by last year's special Ohio State in 1927'and specialized -Frazier, professor from Ohio' lishing Company at 101 SE Control l Service

address at Allegheny wouldn't be in it if I didn'tthink session. in veterinary parisitology. -State University, speaking on I 2nd Place.Gainesville. Florida,
The ruling was in the case o The committee, which He joined the staff of the and entered as second closs cniaiijees It ,tt.
College, Meadyille, Pa., was I could win" Scranton William Malloy of Hartford comprises of seven Flor- Florida veterinary "Teaching: An Act Of An Art." matter at the Post Office at Your home Irwpec-
mayors of
: to go to Des Moines Iowa to said.Scranton's. Conn. In 1959 he was sentenceto ida cities, was organized to seek University science department in 1939. Other speakers at the three-I Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION _IL .,Jed *mf,fretted reg-
the Iowa delegation television conference include: Dr. vl.rly for Insects
confer with appearance day
S jail in Hartford for gambUn for urban RATES BY .
more representation The "Distinguished Alumnus and rodents._ PI.ee'fOUr
: to the national convention. capped a hectic weekend. law violations._ A year later h Awards" 'were presented in i James Raths, University of CARRIER OR MAIL I peit Centre
he will be at Topeka areas. Maryland Dr. Theodore Bram- 1 Week .45
Tuesday was called before a state inves- R.: H. (Max) Swann the Miami ceremonies at Ohio State last' ; 3 Mos. $5.85All fci the
: Kan., and Minneapolis Minn. Lodge Says tigator and questioned about eld, Boston University and Dr. 'Vj'robiensa( ,competent,
to St. attorney who brought Thursday. Wiles men
Wednesday, he goes connections with other Kimball recently appointed moil subscriptions must
: Louis Mo. and Denver, Colo., personsat test case said today's decision dean of the College of Educa- be paid in advance. their lob.
He Is NotResigning the time of his arrest He refused Member ., .
he is booked probably would make it unnecessary and of the of. Audit Bureau of
tion president
: and on Saturday to answer on the ground FaceSavingMove i past Circulation.. t 8Jiot
: the Massachusetts to argue the Florida case National Association for Super
to keynote that he might incriminate him __c.ua.-
: GOP convention. Aides said self. Before the Supreme Court. at UN vision and Curriculum Development .I: All the material property eonblned** the GainesvUJe hereIn fs -

there was a possibility other "Chances are now the i, Pvbllsh"'v Reproduction Company fci (e9u.. .Garden & Pet Center
: states would be included on theweek's SAIGON, South Viet NarnAPtLS. Connecticut's Supreme Courtof Supreme Court will remand this GENEVA (AP-A new and Is strictly forbidden whole without or In part the Phone FR 6-2661
tour.Scranton ,( Ambassador Henry Errors upheld his contempt case to the District Court of smaller, U.N. Trade and Development Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, presidentof II written permission of the publisher.

: said he would speak Cabot Lodge today termed "to conviction for refusing to answer Florida, with instructions that it, Conference, to be a per- the University of Florida

every day this week, unless.the tally untrue" a Washington report noting that the Fifth takes appropriate action under, manent organ of the United Nations will be the guest speaker Clinics at the

: work of the Pennsylvania Legislature that he was resigning within Amendment does not apply I to the decision" he said. has been recommended to University Hospital and Need

: prevents it. 30 days. state proceedings. The state "Certainly, the (Florida) apportionment tackle economic problems of underdeveloped Management Seminar in the Thursdayat Medical iiMHtey 'i
: He has admitted he started "There is no truth at all in Amendment does not apply I to plan that is currently .o nations. 3:30 p.m.
: late in the campaign and has a that," Lodge said through a state proceedings. The state pending is unconstitutional I The present conference of 122 Sciences Building, Room M-112. to go to the World's Fair?

long uphill fight. But he has spokesman. court also said Malloy had not under the decision" Swann add-. nations, now drawing to a close, His talk Is entitled "Florida
: said, "I am a good hard, fast Lodge repeatedly has denied brought himself inside the customary ed. has failed to produce a significant -and the University at Gaines Get an HFC TraveloanShow

runner." similar reports in the past. rules by which such a achievement in its three ville." This is one of a seriesof
: Scranton's aides contend the On one recent occasion he' right is asserted. Malloy hat months of meetings. Agreementfor seminars designed to keep your family the futureat

Pennsylvania has more than said "I am not resigning but I been ordered held in jail until: Masons to Give a smaller conference of up hospital supervisory personnel the New York World'i

: 105 delegates, but they are don't plan to stay here the rest he answered the questions but to 55 nations was seen as a face- informed of current managerial Fair. An HFC Travcloan:

banking on'strong second ballot of my life either." he was released on bond pending Degrees.Here saving device to cover the con- techniques and University .philosophy can cover every expense to'
: support at the San Francisco The New York Times had reported appeal to the highest ference's failure. and planning. the fair-or anywhere. Cash
: convention to put Scranton into that Lodge had asked to tribunal. The Gainesville Lodge No. 41.,. for transportation, lodging,
F.& AM will confer the entered
the top spotGoldwater be relieved within 30 days for clothe-even camera
Malloy's counsel in appealing apprentice degree on a clas.
holds reasons of health. The White eqaipinent Borrow
) presently along to the U.S. Supreme Court at the Masonic Temple tonigh
lead in delegate strength House in Washington said President confidently and
: asked reversal of a 1954 decision -at 8 o'clock. Members arc repay
with 619 votes according to the Johnson bad received no FOR DAD A conveniently at Household
that the federal right! urged to attend. Light refresh \
latest Associated Press poll. letter Of resignation. Finance.
: '
against self-incrimination does meats win be served after tnt :
IitsIFipIIoibIu1aiIsbdOnZYitWid! : :
This is only 36 short of the number The Columbia Broadcasting
needed for nomination. System reported from Saigon not apply in state proceedings. ceremony. .ra1IIiCu'r'I

; The Associated Press poll that Lodge said the report he ZENITH TVWITH

gives Scranton 113 compared to had submitted his resignationwas Sorrow to $600
127 for Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller "totally untrue." Waldo Dog OwnersNOTICE up
: of New York, the No. 2 The American BroadcastingCo. REMOTE CONTROLrrniru'C ; 1

: man in the delegate race. said Lodge, talking Sunday to Deo Owners in Waldo Area. The about -Ir11L1te, Inntnnce on bant: ft grmtp rates I
: Scranton, who announced his night in Saigon with ABC correspondent Veterinarian will be in Waldo! on the City Lot 608 N. J

: candidacy last Friday at the, Charles P. Arnot, at the base of the water tank on HOUSEHOLD
_ a Maryland 'GOP convention in denied published reports that he WUUTI .11 Main St. FINANCE

Baltimore, said "The reaction was returning to the United Thursday-2:30 to 6:30 p.m. "
has been fantastic." Appearing States before the Republican "OPEN TO 9 'P.M. FRIDAY"

: on the American Broadcasting National Convention. Lodge ,JUNE 18, 1964 Performance Guaranteed by 107 University Ave., 2nd Floor '

Co. television program" ,' "Issues made no mention in the taped ALL. DOGS MUST BE INOCULATED AT THIS TIME! COUCH'S Own Service D pt. PHONE- : FRanklin 6-4524, .

: and Answers the governor interview t about resigning, an The of Waldo Waldo Fla. .. .. i I
:i said Sunday be has been buoyed ABC spokesman said. City : .... -.". *_. --.,. i'. : 'f'.'

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; Monday June 1 S. 1954 Gainesville Sun --3I.

I J Khrushchev Off f.f Troopers Status of Major I[ Bus Strike I. People in the News .

Shot on Pike; May PARIS AP) President Joan Crawford, 56, is In Cedarsof

f To Scandanaviain : Bills LA TrafficLOS Charles de Gaulle, looking fit Lebanon Hospital with an up.

; Trio Nabbed Congress and vigorous, returned to Paris per respiratory infection, but a

ANGELES (AP-Police Sunday after fours days of hospital spokesman says her

} MOSCOW (AP-Soviet Premier -it also have teen clouded by the EPHRATA Pa. (AP Two WASHINGTON, (AP) The '(HR 5517) Additional funds- feared a massive traffic jam to- stumping northern France. I condition is good. ,
) The
: Khrushchev headed for conviction last week of Swedishair state policemen shot, and status of major legislation this for public :works" construction- day as a bus drivers' strike left 74-year-old De Gaulle appeared -I VA

Copenhagen today, starting ,an force CoL Stig Wnnerstromfor were week: enacted.HR more than 500,000 daily riders in to have withstood the 'I KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) -

18-day Scandinavian tour wounded and two others cap- the Los Angeles metropolitanwith heat, rain and crowds of his King Mahendra and Queen Raf-
during for the Soviet -
spying Union. .
tured and handcuffed to a tree (HR 8363)) Tax reduction and ( 10502)) Extension of foreign swing through better
which he is expected to plug for He was sentenced to life im aid automobiles their only Picardy na of Nepal arrived in Karachi
for a brief period Sunday by revisionenacted.HR program passed than of his aides.
many younger
alternative. for
ii a' ban .on nuclear weapons in prisonment.Three House in Senate Relations today a two-day private vis?- ,
the countries he is ,visiting three men who were stopped on ( 3920)) Medical care foraged Some 2,500 bus drivers wenton it to Pakistan. ; :

j as "well"as entral Europe. years ago bitter pUblic the Pennsylvania Turnpike fora under Social Security- Committee., strike Sunday against the HOLLYWOOD (AP-Actress

: Accompanied by his wife, Ni., opposition forced Khrushchev i to routine radar speed check. pending in House Ways and (HR 7152) Civil House rights Sen.program Metropolitan Transit Authority., NAIROBI, Kenya (AP-Ngi.) I
passed on
na, and a' party of Soviet off -cancel a trip to Scandinavia. The three, all from Mil Means Committee.HR ate calendar. .I They were eight cents apart in OKs Financing na, youngest of Prime Minist

daIs Khrushchev left Moscowby ( 300)) Federal aid for negotiations on a pay raise. Jomo Kenyatta's three wives-
1 waukee, Wis., were arrested by (HR 4997) Extension of voluntary .i ,
train Sunday night. He will GOP Panel police several hours later, aftera public elementary schools acreage reduction Riders' in four counties were For Fla. Power gave birth in a Nairobi hospital

board ship today at Kalinin massive manhunt with bloodhounds in House Education and Labor for feed grainsenacted.HR program affected. Some travel 25 milesor Sunday night to a boy.

grad and is due in the Danish and helicopters. State Committee. more to work. ,TALLAHASSEE ,(APThe Kenyatta, 74, and Ngina also
( 5555) Pay raises for
: I HR 6143)' Federal aid for Police called in all traffic officers have a 2-year-old daughter.PROPANE .
., capital Tuesday morning. To Work On Police f Commissioner E. Wilson military personnel enacted. Florida.Public Utiliites Commission
except vacation.
I 1 ? \ cheering crowd ofvitessaw.the7Gyearold Musco-. Purdy directed some 100 men in academic facilities for colleges (HR 6688)) Increase in Social Two police helicopters were as- has given its approval for -

Soviet enacted.HR a $30 million i
the hunt. financing schemeby
Security taxes in House
to direct traffic and
: leader off oh"his third foreign PlatformPHILADELPHIA ( 12)) Federal aid for and signed cars which Florida Power Corp.of .

1. trip in three months. Khru- The three, Gerald'L.. Sarson doctor, dental and nursing Ways Means Committee. motorcycle officers to tie-ups. St. Petersburg will pay for
HR 6196)) Wheat and
( cottons An
augmented motorcycle squad
..shChev visited Hungary in April (AP-For, 17, Howard E. Langnes, 24, and schools enacted. subsidies plant expansions.

.and the United Arab Republic in' mer President Dwight D. Ei.. James Eugene Szulczewski, 21, S6) (HR 3881)) Mass trans enacted.X was assigned to patrol freeways Thefirm plans to issue promIssory LP. 6WS'HOTTER
( ) Proposed Constitutional I'during rush hours.
May. senhower and other top Repub were charged with assault with portation aid for urban areas- amendment to permit public The Brotherhood of Railroad notes, using the money I THAN

As he tours Denmark, Norwayand licans gather today for a "Par, intent to kill, pointing' deadly passed Senate; on House cal school religious exercises in I Trainmen, representing the for construction and to pay off NATURAL GAS
weapon and aggravated assault endar.SI a short term loan, and then
Sweden Khrushchev prob- ty to People Forum" designed pay
House Judiciary Committee.X strikers called the walkout at
ably will try again to crack the to guide the GOP platform committee and battery. against a police ( ) Creation of youth train- ( ) Number not assigned 12:01: ajn. Sunday. off the notes next year with a' Cook & Heat Water

Nprth Atlantic:Treaty: Organiza in drafting the foreign officer. ing corpspassed Senate, in pending committee action. Talks stalemated Saturdayand proposed bond sale. Low Cost

tion's northern defense ring basking policy planks of the party pla They were committed to Lancaster House Rules Committee.HR union and managementsaid South Florida Natural Gas Co.

the Scandinavian countries -form at the national convention County prison, awaitinga ( 11049) Pay raises for no more were scheduled.The received authority' sell $340- FR65110
000 worth of
to join in turning the Bal hearing. Lt. Rufus Williams federal employes and members Vacation Bible Metropolitan Transit Authority bonds. --- ,--

tic into a'sea of peace. The discussion took on new said additional charges will be of Congress passed operates 1,346 buses in

Khrushchev has often urged a importance with the entry of: filed. House, in Senate committee.HR School BeginsMrs. Los Angeles County and adjoining -

Gov. William W. Scranton into 10440 and HR 10443)
in (
ban on nuclear weapons Orange, Riverside and San l

central Europe and Scandinavia. the race for the GOP presidential The wounded troopers are Edward Poverty war program in Thelma Fulwood is the Bernardino counties. It collects A Financing Plan for Ever?Hood

He has been particularly anxious nomination against Sen. Herbst, 35, of Reamstown, House Rules Committee.S director of the Vacation Bible 700,000 fares daily, counting

to prevent the spread of Barry Goldwater of Arizona at Pa., and Fred W. Bendl, 22, of ( 2525 and HR 10334) Live School which will begin at the 'round trips. c'

nuclear weapons to West Ger. the July 13 convention in San Nazareth, Pa. Herbst was shot stock and beef.import controlsin First Church of the Nazarene, I I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

'many, a NATO member. Nuclear -Francisco. in the face and neck and was Senate Finance and House ,302 SE First Ave., today. It Pursuant REGISTER to Section FICTITIOUS 86509 NAME Florida

also would be Named to reported in serious conditionat Ways and Means committees. will be conducted each evening Statutes notice Is hereby given that
weapons serve with Eisen-
the undersigned Ruth G. Smith -
banned from Communist East bower on the panel former Ephrata General H spital. (HR 8107)) Expansion and from 6:30 pjn. to 9:00 p.m., and doing business as sole owner : hN -
were -
Germany under Khrushchev's Secretary of Defense Thomas S. Bend,.who was ,shot in the leg, extension of food stamp pro- June 15 through June 26. under Fine Confections"the name and. Mlcanopy style of "Esther Alachu f-u 4 ----fl/.f- -

proposal Gates; former Rep. Walter H was reported .in satisfactory gram passed House, in Supervisors ,are Ruth Pyles, fICtitious County Florida.name under Intends the to provisions register said of

Although there is considerable Judd of Minnesota former Ambassador condition. Senate Agriculture CommitteeS cradle roll; Dorothy Rhoden, said statute.
At Gainesville, Florida this 27th day '
anti-nuclear sentiment in Scan to Italy Clare Boothe Police theorized that the trio ( 2214) Additional financing -nursery; Linda Warrington, of May. 1964. \ \

Den- for international development kindergarten;<,Alma Booth, primary Ruth G. Smith
dinavia, NATO members Luce; Dr. Robert Strausz-Hupe shot at the troopers because (3377) <:!, 8. 15. 22

mark and Norway have been director of the University oPennsylvania's they were in a stolen car'and association enacted.HR ; Edna Haufler, juniors; Notice of Application for Tax Deed \1\\
( 5625) (S 1321) Creationof and Delores Eaton, junior high. Sec It4.lt P.S.
to act independentlyof ,
unwilling Foreign: Policy because they may have thought Other teachers and work bring NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
their Atlantic alliance part Research Institute and Dr. Wiiiam _: domestic peace corps in Atlantic Municipal Corporation the hold.
; they were going to be picked the certificates has
up House Education and Labor the staff to over 40 persons.A er of following
ners on the nuclear-free zone. Kitner, the institute's deputy -for other crimes in Milwaukee. tit be Issued thereon. The certificatefiled
record attendanceof said certificates for a tax deed
Committee passed Senate. average
$ Neutral Sweden officially sup- director. Unhurt were troopers Robert numbers and years of Issuance. the
ported a nuclear-free central (S 1163) Area redevelopment! 200 is expected, according .description of the property and the
Malarky and Stanley Sypeck. the.Rev. J. Rex Eaton pastor.A names It which: It was assessed are as
and northern Europe as far assistance passed .senate, in .. follows:
4' It has Wins Wife They had been handcuffed to a House Rules Committtee. tree watermelon cutting tor Certificate No. 326 Year of Issuance 1962
back as two years ago. Description of Pine Ridge PB
tree with their handcuffs
always insisted on firm con own (HR 4955) Expansion of vocational -the entire church and Bible D-32 Lot 13 Name In which assessed $ j
In but freed themselves just as the school, including parents, will] Richard: & Thelma Cobb.
trols to prevent cheating. LotteryLONDON education programs-. All of said property being In the
gunfight broke out on the .side enacted. be> conducted on Wednesday at I ounty of Alachua State of Florida l
Khrushchev will spend six Unless such certificate or certificates: ti T TI
in each country ending his (AP-John Butler, of the turnpike. ,'(54) Establishment of wilderness 8:30 pjn. On Sunday, June 28, :hall be redeemed according to law the --
< the Bible School will participatein I,roperty described In such certificate
( tour in Sweden July 4. 27, is honeymooning today with preservation system :Ir certificates will be sold to the high-
the girl he in 5-cent lot GOP LiberalsGet Senate in House Interior the morning service at 10:45 .st bidder at the court house door one
Various groups in each country won a passed Demonstrations will be first Monday in Month of July
tery Committee.X jn. 1964. which Is the 6th day of July,
1 have indicated degrees conducted in each department 1 1'6-1.
to the visit. A Swed. ( ) Expansion of unemployment Dated this 27th day of May 1964.J. .
opposition WarningSAN .
service. .
Butler bought a 3-pence (five following B. Carmichael
ish organization plans to hold compensation House Clerk of Circuit Court of
cents) ticket during a charity NOTICE UNDER
Alachua County Florida
public protest meetings. Its FRANCISCO (APFormer -Ways and Means Committee.HR I FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW !r338 ) 6:1, 8, 15, 22 I -
drive students of
1 .by Birmingham NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ,
exiles ( 4955)) Expansion of student ------ -- -
I members include many Sen. William F. Knowland undersigned desiring to engage In busies ---- --- ------ -- 1: "'l
College of Technology.The .
loan program enacted.X at 407 N. W. 8th Avenue 'Games-
has warned
from the formerly independentBaltic Sen. Thomas H.
ville. Florida under the name of GATOR
states of Estonia, Latvia prize was a blind_ date Kuchel to support Sen. Barry ( ) New production control SOFSPRA COIN-OP CAR WASH, intend NEW ASSOCIATES ..
l with member of the colege's to register the said name with
and Lithuania, annexed by the any Goldwater if Goldwater wins the' programs for farm products the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua

netball team. Butler won, nomination in House Agriculture Commit County, Florida.
Soviet Union after World War publican presidential Joseph C. Hamilton. Jr.
II. and chose Jill Teague, now 20. I or face loss of future GOP' tee. Maxene E. Hamilton
Herbert J. Jonesof MEDICAL
; Prospects for the Swedish VIS- They were married over the support. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR I Bates & Jones STOPCALL
eekend. Said Jill's mother, TAX DEED 'Miller Building
*- Knowland chairman of Gold-
NOTICE Sec 19416 F.S. 11 West University Avenue
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mrs.. Eyelyn Teague: ''water's> California delegation to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Gainesville. Florida
to engage In business Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder 3358) 5-2S; 61. S. 15
undersigned e
at 2325 .IN'tt, fl 13th Street.I "People thought the lotterywas the Republican National Convention of the following certificates has filed NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR FINANCING PLANprovides

Gainesville Florida. under the name in bad taste and I must ad- here next month, said said certificates for, a tax deed to be TAX DEED .
t of ECONO-CAR of GAINESVILLE Intend Issued thereon. The certificate numbersand NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .that
I to register the said name with mit I thought it a bit funny. But Kuchel and other liberal or years of Issuance the descriptionof Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder -
e the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua the property. and the names in of the following certificates has filed funds for major medical bills
County.,florlda. the outcome could not have moderate Republicans would be which it was assessed are as follows: said certificates for a tax deed to be Issued -
TEMCO OF GAINESVILLE. under to Certificate No. 342 Year of Issuance 1962 thereon. The certificate: numbers and! related quickly--
a "grave obligation" expenses
I INC been happier. They are ideally ,
Description ef Property, Waites S-D PB and years of Issuance the descriptionof IIL
BY: William F. Erwin. suited." support Goldwater if he gets the A.l42LotS&Lot the property, and the names In confidentially .
Its President 6 wblch It was assessed are as follows:
.fCIP %te_Seal NOTICE OP SALE nomination. IesS1OftBk3lam Certificate No. 266 Year of Issuance 1962

'Bates & Jones TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice of Application for Tax Deed : in which assessed Sara BradleyHeirs Description of Property w.. 14 _chs of. E Now there is no need to let surgical, maternity, '
& Son ii 121 ens: or LOT
Post Office Box 396 You are hereby notified that the following Sec. 194.16. F.5. All of said property being In the 2 See. 9. Two dental or other medical expenses drain away
motor vehicle: 1962 Rambler I
Miller Building NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that .
County of Alachua State of Florida. 10 S Rge. 19 E
6218-2 SW S # C735068 will be sold at your savings.The Associates Medical
II West University Avenue Atlantic Municipal\ Corporation the hold.er Unless such certificate or certificatesshall Name In which assessed J. A. & Ern- Financing
Gainesville Florida public sale at 10.00 o'clock on the 22nd of the following certificates has fliedsaId Plan-wfll
0 stine TaylorAll provide the
be redeemed according to law the money need
yoa today.
I 15 day ef June. 1964 at 1321 North Main
(3360) 5:251.:1. certificates for a tax deed to be of said property being In the
Street Gainesville, Florida. The pro- Issued thereon. The certificate numbersand property described In such certificateor And, payments will be arranged for .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. certificates will be sold to the highest County of Alachua State of Florida. your con
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND ceeds of the sale will be applied to the 'years of Issuance the description bidder at the court house door onthe I Unless such certificates shall be redeemed venience. Associates offers special loan
cost of plans for
retaking. storing and sale of
of the and the In
property names
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN first Monday in Month of'July. I according to law the property
CERY. said motor vehicle and the cost of publIcation which It was assessed are as follows: 1964 which is the 6th day of July described In such certificate or certificates any responsible person any personal, business
of notice of sale and then to the Certificate No. 395-Year of Issuance 1962 will be sold to the highest bidderat
CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND satisfaction of the balance due under Description of Property Brush Addn DB 1964.Dated this 29th day of May 1964 the court house door on the first or professional need. Your request, large or small
the contract with James H. Farrlngton, 0-21. Bk 24 S 63 ft of N 240 ft of will he'handled
LOAN'ASSOCIATION OF PHILADEL J. B. CARMICHAELClerk Monday in Month of July. 1964 which: S promptly and in strictest confi-
Rt. 2, Box IMP. Gainesville Florida W 136 ft of Bk 24 E of Arredondo ,
PM1AaCorPoratiOfl authorized to do of Circuit Court of Is the 6th day of July 1964. /
."business. tn the State of Florida covering the financing of said motor St.. Name In which assessed F. Weaver .Alachua County Florida Dated this 27th day of May 1964. I dence. Just write or telephone tho Associates ...
? ---?Ialnttff. vehicle. Any'surplus will be paid to III.All (3380) 6:1. .. 15. 22 J. B. CARMICHAEL office.near you for an appointment.
-"r.o.yRt'n"f."MINTER- -- you and you will remain liable for any of said property being In the Clerk of Circuit Court of Alachua .
MARY JANE balance remaining unpaid under said County of Alachua State of Florida. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR County. Florida
'S -MfNTER' JOSEPH E. GUM and MAE contract. Unless such certificate or certificates TAX DEED (3383) ':1. 8, 15 22
Dated this 2nd day of July 1944. shall be redeemed according to law the Sec. 194,". F.S. EE MA'
L DLGtM.Defend.nts. ; .' ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT property described In such certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Notice of Application for Tax Deed A
CORPORATIONBY or certificates will be sold to the highest Atlantic' Municipal Corporation the holder Sec. 19416, F.S. ASSOCIATES
.. ,NOTICE OF SUIT : H. S. JAMERSON bidder at the court house door on the of the following certificates has filed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOW *
t w 'Galnesvll'e! Florida first Monday In Month of July. 1964 said certificates for a tax deed to be Atlantic Municipal\ Corporation the holder FINANCE '
,W THE NAME OF THE STATE. OFFLRJO& (3422) ':15 which: Is the 6th day of July '". Issued thereon. The certificate numbers of the following certificates has filed J& INC.
._ Dated this 29th day of' May, 1964. and years of Issuance. the descriptionof aid certificates for a tax deed to be LORIDA
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE J. B. Carmichael the property end the names In Issued thereon. The certificate numbers
TO': Fr;d 'r:Winter By virtue of an execution Issued out of Clerk of Circuit Court of which It was assessed are as follows: and years of Issuance. the description
:3424 Natchez Avenue the Court of Record In and for AJachua Alachua County Florida Certificate No. 328 Year of Issance 1962 of the property. and the names In 1ST 7:3.21 N. Main Street GAJNESYilLE...
.... Chicago. Illinois, COIInty. Florida "" the else of Interstate (3381) ':1. a, IS 22 Description of Property pine Ridge PB which It was assessed are as follows: .372.2551Planning
Photo Supply Corporation versus D-32 Lot 31 Certificate No. 343-Year of Issuance 1962
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:: JOHN r* .ktri R. HAKRISOM PAT COWLES., PrtsUort Tie I'red-mtfbtl By, RICHARD WILSON in Ness York exposes the lent chance for 're-election the future of. the 'two-party,-'l: !

4*.tl ED JOHNSON Tie FresUeatmi Chief, Cowles really troublesome problemthat would be 'damaged.IT system in this eo11D1r1_ ._,....;._
1 Ezccmtlr Bureau ...,. ..... ...
Florida's Beautiful E4iiw| W. C. BIO) Washington would adrise with Goldwater's BECAME clear In Cleve- -
% EBEKSOLE. Vic PrtiUeat < A* j
u WASHINGTONWhile the land
that the Democrats OF COURSE, there bew---
*ertbta DlreeUn BOB TAKTAG- nomination. This is
University City' XJONK.(Tie mslient ki* ClremUti By RALPH McGLLLFmlltier Republican governors at their would spare few words ,some crocodile tears among Z. .

.* MftMf Of th. AtUaU Prfa Wbutaf(G*.) C.PabII*Stltsuaa er recent conference in Cleve the plight of Republican candidates against Goldwat' and those the Democrats. ,Also, :f liey:::z

THE SUN'S POLICY land were wrangling over the '.for state and federal who support hiin' in the election could. be deluded abouthnw:;; -- t.

r presidential nomination, the office in New York, Pennsylvania campaign, Gov. John strong a candidate Gold:;

1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. r". Democratic governors were California, Illinois, Reynolds of Wisconsin' openly ,will be. But if ,they are deluded -::= ; I
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only -editorials. 'f; ChangeBegets quietly talking over their called Goldwater a "fanatic"who ,' they' are uniformly"-**
a Ohio and other industrial .. .,..; ,
Publish sides of _, z -
3. Important controversial
Issues. .:.Jl' prospects for victory this fall. would restore the tensions wrong. _._ "

.. The Suns telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ... This talk hinged almost en- states of where opposition the to fullest Goldwateris measure of the McCarthy era., What. the :Democratic, :govi; ; )

''I'l" Want Ads 376-4672 ,': tirely on the prospect that Without Pierre Salinger, the Democratic .ernors are talking: about:: :i.! : .
expected. a
m'. Barry Goldwater would be circumstance of this kind it nominee. for the..Senate, exactly what Vice ,.President!! ;.. ,.
the GOP nominee and a poor in California, outlined how he Nixon has been trying 'to"teU---* ,

in 1 A Dual Responsibility second choice to President would be General hazardous to for run the in would campaign for the 'support .the leadership of his parT ::-:J.- j

ViolenceMoscow Johnson. Attorney of Republicans who don't This is that the fabric of theme TJl
New York Republican -
against -
\ We have said a great deal about munity, professional groups and The impression was strong Senator Kenneth Keating, want Goldwater or anyone Republican organization 1 tt-=. ::
connected with him. the most states 'of' :,
the Democrats that .: :.
the responsibility of business and individual citizens. In solving among a progressive who has been
a this condition would lead to A certain amount of genu.Inc the country may be destroyed*
private capital to be open-handed. ,problem of this sort the cooperative has called for a the candidacy for the U.' S. campaigning steadily for re: sincerity seems to enter by a Goldwater candidacy because ) -..- V

and cooperative in. promoting the pooling of facts and ideas is essential convening ties. This of followed Communist par Senate in New York of Attor- election is for not considered two- years. to Ken-bea into the expressed hopes of he will drag down,:.Id. .,1 1.
of the community and but announcement nedy Democrats that the Re-. defeat 'so local state: *" '
development finally the burden of decision by Peking that the old ney General Robert F. Ken bona fide resident of New some many. ; .

insuring broader benefits for,all the rests on the shoulders of the Sino Russian treaty of alliance nedy. Some governors now York but of Massachusetts, publicans will not nominate and congressional candidates... ::
think this is definite'and, Goldwater. At an'executive, _Opinion ,is divided. ; about".. -
people. We have .specifically nailed experts. That's what experts are for.That's was no longer in effect. they but with the Kennedys there nation. IT )
interested because Ken- committee meeting.the National this. Republican
"must" in Kremlin spokesmen deny that are has been rather a thin
this principle"doWD.'M.a, ; why they always
employed in Communist nedy's senatorial candidacy Governors Conference, al leaders once thought that "U:
parties loyal to line about where they really
dealing with the pressing problemof business and in government. if Goldwater could jot* '
Russia are being called to ex would relieve them of Possi- lived.A following the adjournment of even Twin
downtown revitalization and re pel China. But the question bly embarrassing decisions if the conference, several Demo- the presidency he'might: -,

newal. When we speak of an over-all plan mark is there. Kennedy were to be considered Goldwater nomination cratica governors ardently strengthen the: party* jn a .. ,_

that can be adopted for the vice presidential would go very hard with Keat- urged Republican Governo great many areas of.the country.
as a guide, we Much of the world inches nomination on the Johnson ing and he does not hide it. If George Romney to become a These leaders are .not so.
But that is not the whole
story. do not mean a blueprint so rigid forward its collective chair
to ticket. this were then to be com- formal candidate against sure as they once were..Nixon
The city authorities through the that no line can be altered no detail watch developments. How pounded by a Kennedy run Goldwater. has found a vulnerable .point'

Plan Board and the City Commission modified no idea added. We mean a many parties will! respond? BUT MORE than the reliefof ning against him, e v en Romney, at least, accepted nad he undoubtedly will try

have the responsibility for dependable directional guide that The violence of change ticks possible political embar- though a non-resident Ken- these urgings as an expres- to drive it home in the coming.'

I presenting an over-all design that provides a clear picture of "what is on i like a clock. But. sometimes rassment, the Kennedy idea nedy, Keating's present excel. sion of genuine concern for weeks.

1 I will define the "shape of things to to be" if the development goals are it strikes the hour of

I come" in an orderly and expertly to be realized. major alterations. One thinksof
I the opening paragraph of :
of development for
planned program
Barbara Tuchman's book. *
the city's central area. This is clearly The business man, the capitalist, "The Guns of August":

I a function of the Plan Board and the ''
industrialist, any 'potential investor "So Much Hanss So Little'I
the Planning Director. in Gainesville's future, needs "SO GORGEOUS was the on
spectacle on the ..
May morn- ..
this kind of "map" on his desk for ing of 1910 when nine kings -

Thus far the "direction of think- reference and reassurance when he rode in the funeral of Edward NtlU dark mtmt tory which supports this prop- Thomas E. Dewey carried it publican presidential nomina-

ing" on the part" of the authoritiesis is planning to spend his money ina VII of England that the crowd, By ARTHUR KROCK osition be reversed. easily. In 1948, Dewey's vic- tion in 1964.

a bit nebulous and uncertain. A to waiting in hushed and black- Unless that happens, and tory in Oregon shattered the In each instance a single
way serve his own interests WASHINGTON With all if it does this of Harold E. Stas-
clad awe, could not keep back even year some challenge primary supplied the key to
tentative design was presented last and the interests of the city. gasps of admiration. In scar- its imperfections, the presi aspirants for the nominationof sen. In 1960, West Virginia's victory by reason of its special

year (labeled "suggestive") but failed As the city authorities, are courtingthe let,and> blue and green and dential preference p r i-I the opposition party will choice of John F. Kennedyover psychological impact. The

I to stir much response either posi- cooperation of business they gold, three by'three, the sovereigns mary has once, again estab- continue indefinitely to m ake Hubert H. Humphrey 1960 outcome in West Virginia

tive or negative.'This, of course, was need to talk in understandable terms rode through the lished itself as a paramount the vast expenditure of time, provided the impetus, aug demonstrated that this impact
influence on the nominating labor and imposed by mented in the Oregon pri does derive
only a first step-a, "feeler." But it about their palace gates, with plumed hel money necessarily
commitment to specific mets, gold braid, crimson choice of the party out of power. primaries.In mary, that projected Kennedyto from the voting strength of a
is highly urgent that the Plan developmental objectives. sashes, and jeweled orders Only in the unlikely event 1944, the renominationhope the Democratic nominationon state in the national conven

Board's thinking should congeal into e flashing in the sun. After that Sen. Goldwater falls shortof of Wendell L. Willkie the first ballot. And the pri- tion and in the electoral college

some kind of inclusive and definite In all this there is no criticism, intended them came five heirs apparent a majority of the delegatesat was dashed in a single primary mary in California put Gold- or on its late timing in
San Francisco will the his- Wisconsin's when water within reach of the Re- the series '
recommendation. Enough brains ,or implied, of the Planning forty more imperial or of primaries, fac
have been royal highnesses, seven tors which account for the effect -
picked; enough private Department. Haste must
often be
of Goldwater's of
queens Together they
opinions have been sampled; enough made slowly. Facts have to be represented 70 nations in the, THE, CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT this year's Republican dele-

facts have been collected; enough, studied arguments weighed, and alternatives greatest assemblage of royalty } gaion from California. What

time for drafting, redrafting, and considered. On the other and rank ever gathered in these instances do demon-

revision has elapsed.We hand, decisions cannot be indefi- one place and, of its kind the for strate is that, when the issueof
last The muffled tongue of Alternatives BobbyBy the primary is dear crucial
nitely delayed. If they are, laissez- Big Ben tolled nine by the and national in scope, the
heartily commend the Plan- fair will rule instead of responsibleand clock as the last cortege left electoral strength of the stateis
ning Director's democratic methodof the but DAVID LAWRENCE dramatized by the entrance of er several years of residencein incidental
expert leadership. .Orderly palace, on history'sclock .
WASHINGTON Presi- Mr. in the the state.
Kennedy race.
probing the opinions and it was sunset, and the But there
is ,
recom- were
gress never achieved corollary
by waiting dent Johnson undoubtedlywould It is true that the incum- It could be, of course, that
sunset of the old world in
was circumstances in the
mendations of the California
business court for things to happen. rather have Robert F. bent New York senator, Ken- Mr. Kennedy figures that, -
blaze of
I a dying splendor newer Republican
to be seen again ." Kennedy decide to run for the, neth Keating, Republican, has if he becomes a United States 1964 that helped primary of to
United States Senate from also been a staunch supporter Senator, he will have a better
Riding in that display wasa New York State than to be of "civil rights," but he has chance for the presidency in lend a force to Goldwater's

Voice man whom destiny had selected confronted with the necessityof not been directly involved in 1968 in the event that Presi, victory over Rockefeller in
of the inverse
People as a source of cata- picking the Attorney Gen- as many activities in that dent Johnson chooses not to proportion to the

clysmic change, Arch duke eral as the vice presidential field as attorney general Ken- run that year. The latter is, 'narrow margin. One of the
most effective
I Franz Ferdinand of Austria, nominee. All Washingtonhas rnedy. however eligible for two though .unde
"tall, corpulent, corseted, been gossiping about the elected terms in addition to signed contributions was
I =On The Sun's Opinion Page; with green plumes waving problem for many weeks, IT WILL COME as a sur the 14 months he will have made by the sample pollsterswho

from his helmet." This plumed now, but it is becoming clearthat prise to many people that served in filling out the presi all along had him losing
Opinions' end comments of Sun ,....,, ore welcome In the Voce emphatically, and only beganto
of the Poop column. Utttrs had four until it is
has been dential his
must H end bear the secure man years defintely es- someone who not a term of predecessor. -
jtnod writer's oelelr.... Names will ..
withheld if requested. A letter hedge after they had fixed
cot exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the should and a month to live. In June tablished that the Presidentwill resident of the state of New .
poper. Poetry cannot bo
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning used. The or 1914 he would be assassinatedon not request the Atotrney York would even consider the him firmly in the voters
iattnr. a bridge in Sarajevo. The General to be his running possibility of trying to repre- IT SEEMS illogical for At- mind as the underdog.

Post Office All this would take a great Probably the silliest Austrians would war againstthe mate, Mr. Kennedy will keepan sent in the United States Sen torney General Kennedy to Another was their "finding"that

deal of cooperation and fore- raised by Citizen is,question Serbs. The Germans open mind on making the ate such a populous state. Un give up the idea of becominga the lighter the voting

For MuseumEDITOR sighted planning on the partof is possible for howit would join them. The Rus race in New York State. doubtedly in opposition to the vice presidential candidate turnout, the worse .was his

a great many public and amass fortune anyone to sians, French, British, Italians There are political compli- idea, the campaigners for Senator at the national conven- prospect So that when the
a in '
Sun: I read your private agencies.It less thana followed. Belgium was cations both ways. If, for in- Keating will _be heard tion and run instead for the senator not only beat .Rockefeller
editorial on the apparent de- generation. History is replete overrun. The world was at stance, Mr. Kennedy is select- singing to the voters of the United States Senate unless he but .did :that in a primary -

cline of interest by shoppers is probably very unre with honestly founded war. Russia collapsed. A ed as' the vice presidential state the song of the sales- is absolutely sure he has no where the. Republican

in our downtown stores I' alistic in v the light of the red fortunes; Carnegie, Pillsbury German plot, the sending in nominee, he will help the men in the "Music Man," the chance of getting the Presi voters who participated almost -

I have an idea which might tape that such a plan would Vanderbilt, and Ford are justa of Lenin enabled communism Johnson cause in some states refrain of which is, "But he dent's assent to be his run: equaled then tott1.In.. .

spark some tourist trade in have to be pushed through.Oh few names in passing! eventually to take over. but possibly alienate votersin doesn't know the territory, he ning mate. Mr. Johnson the registration books, the

our shops near the square well, it'll be a while be- I could go on dissecting others. This is because he doesn't know the territory." might prefer to avoid a lot of shock is highly visible in the
and help save one of the few fore either dreamers like maze of illogic and WOODROW WILSON envIsioned has been the center of the Under the Constitution, of controversy inside his party post primary activities of

remaining, attractive landmarkS me, or experienced profes- pose some counter silliness a League of Nations. controversy on "civil rights." course, it isn't necessary for a by taking someone else for Richard M. ,Nixon. .He hay.
in our city. sional urban planners have such as what would Kennedy When it was defeated he said candidate to be a resident of the second place on the ticket known for some time that

I don't know what the pow- any say.in the ideas considered have done if the Vatican were the job (of winning a world IT HAS LONG been assum- the state which he seeks to for instance, Senator Hu- Goldwater planned, if rejectedat

ers-tbatbe have decided to do' in the planning and devel- attacked,,but suffice it to say war) would ,have to be done ed here that Mr. Johnson represent in Congress. Pierre bert Humphrey of Minnesota. San Francisco ,to transferto

with the old Post Office Building opment of Gainesville, where that Barry Goldwatder can over again within 20 years. would not ask the Attorney Salinger has just won the This, however, is not likely to Nixon..as many of, J his delegates J-

near the Square, but it is the business interests are un stand on his own merits and Within 19 years the job was General to become his run- Democratic nomination for satisfy the ardent and almost as he..could.: In, two

a roomy building with a cer- aware of the value of exploit- weather honest scrutiny basedon being done over. Colonialism nig mate unless he needed senator in California, althoughhe fanatical worshippers of the telegrams and a trans continental

tain imposing air of dignity ing our state and local his- valid issues if people would declined. New nations ap him for election. In other has not lived there for a Kennedy name."They feel that -.M honft.<*?!!.to.i the;.,.

about it tory. trouble themselves to stick to peared. Russia became a nu- words, many of the Johnson long time. there ought to be, another of senator' .before. 'be jjipiary, ..

All over our state signs proclaim SARAH LAESSLE issues. clear power second only to supporters think that at pres- the many memorials to the Nixon' reiterated assurances *>
"See Florida Wildlife WARREN HASTINGS the United States. Joe Stalin ent the disadvantages would THE BRITISH have a sys late President and that this he would have no part of a

," "See nature exhibit," ruled Russia with cruel despo outweight the advantages, and tem which permits wouldbe should be accomplished by stop Goldwater alliance.

See Indian crafts." Theseare 'A ClassicOf tism. All the Communist par- the feeling in administration candidates for Parliament to nominating his brother as vice But, after Goldwater's success

advertisements for private -: Confusion' ties, including China's, looked circles is that Mr. Johnson look over all the districts and president, and thus put him in California made his
commercial exhibitions Shows 'Whatllakes toward Moscow. isn't going to ask the Attor- choose any one in which to in line for the presidency in nomination an oddson 'pro-'

where admission is charged. ney General to be on the tick- run. The British government the future.It sped, in which Nixon's hopeof
Him'Professional' ?
EDITOR Sun Another 19 have
: Recently years pass-
Apparently, they attract'tour: requires a deposit around is speculated also that inheriting his delegateswas
ed and Moscow is et.But
someone calling himself Citi- calling the
ists. even if Mr. Kennedy decides $500, however, beforehand so there could be another Ken- rapidly vanishing, ,the
zen was brought to task roll of Communist parties loyal -
The Florida State Museumhas by to run for the Senate as to prevent people who are nedy administration either After former vice president suddenly
other to the Kremlin. Not all :
many fascinating, authentic a string of (c) New Yrfc TunaWASHINGTONThe from New'York State, it could not serious candidates from Mr. Johnson has served changed front to become
exhibits concerning all inanities regarding the fitnessof John are answering. Peking has have some bearing on the entering the race. If a candi- two full terms or in the event the leader of the stop-Cold-
broken the alliance. There
apects of Florida's history, Barry Goldwater as a presidential son in the White House has are presidential race in that date gets more than one- that he became physically in- water movement he had repeatedly
wildlife and Indian lore. It candidate. now acquired his Boswell. frictions along the long border'' area. The "civil rights" con- eighth of the votes, he has his capacitated beforehand. Bob abjured. Yet the
with The Soviets
charges no admission. Citizen's first efforts were William S. White's biography Mongolia have advanced indus- troversy has left its imprinton deposit returned to him. by Kennedy is only 38 years senator's capture of the Cali

The museum sorely needsto bad enough, but instead of of the President, titled New York, and there seemsno In this country, there have old now, however, and can afford fornia primary had changed
trially populationhas
expand beyond its present comprehending the clarity of "The Professional: Lyn The question that there will bea been a few instances in which to wait a decade or so nothing except Nixon's chanceof

exhibition area. It has ma- subsequent answers to his don B. Johnson," came out grown. agricultural large "cross over" vote individuals have moved from for political fortune to give getting the nomination himself
is strained. There is
terials for a great many more mish mash of obsfucation, he recently and already has received system of tensions about from the Democratic Party if one state to another and en- him his chance to become with Goldwater' indis-

displays than will fit in the has cretaed another classicof the President's approval an Berlin.easing But Red China is pushing the "civil rights" issue is tered politics but usually aft- President. pensible aid.

one-and-a-half floors of the confusion and inconsistency. as the official bio- in Laos and Viet Nam. The former vice president'saboutfacefor

Seagle Building, which it now .' I don't wonder at his reluctance graphy. All aoutneast. Asia. is m. ferment which Gold-

occupies. There should be no to affix a signatureto Johnson has bought 900 volumes On Cyprus some 30,000 POTOMAC FEVERv water obviously disinherited -
reason why, with a little .
his work. of "The Professional"from him by
Chamber of Commerce boosting armed men are out of control remarking thar
an excellent Nobody questions Citizen's Houghton-Mifflin at an owing allegiance to no com- By Jack Wilson Cowles Washington' Bureau Nixon "sounds morelike Har
museum' right to political opinions, but outlay of $4,500, and spendsa mander., There is an undeter- old Stassen every day" is
housed in an impressive local few Rockefeller thinks hell win of Arkansas. Who in the
candidate's potentital honesty minutes each day autographing mined amount the communism Winthrop as governor only a conspidous Illustration -
shouldn't draw copies. Those des- state could vote against Littlt Rocky?
of the latest
these effect of
great numbers of tourists are based on such lame among desperate'men. ; ,a
and haphazard grounds suchas tined 'to receive the books do ?. The Turkish situation -- single presidential preference
Once the tourists are in the the degree of Jewishnessin a lot of meaningful writing grows more critical. New York waiters protest that tips average only eight per cent. Whereas with primary, with the components

downtown area near the themselves on checks bear- the recommended 15 per cent, the customer gets a more charitable glare. required to exert a paramount
his.background what.he
Square, they are apt to no or
ing large made It 1910 when Edward
sums out to was -- influence on the
would have done if Israel presidential.
tice, and patronize shops the Democratic Party. VII was buried with so much President Johnson likes those'rose garden press conferences; Reporters aren't choice of the party out of
were attacked then the pojK- I
nearby. It would take some record -
Neither the President nor pomp. so sure. They're wondering who's leading, whom down the primrose path. But
sprucing of that section should be set straight. .cr. _the repetition of >Wfaconsin -- -r
which is a up better possibility, Also if enough people felt the publishers told White, the Change requires decision, -- in 1944, Oregon in .at&
columnist, that the first volumes -> resilience, strength. These President Johnson says hell drive poverty underground. Soon you'll heara and West Virginiala 136Q for ;;
than it has been strongly enough that Mr. <
ever now
that so many of the older Goldwater's income tax returns off the presses were to qualities we have. committee chairman demand:, "Are you now or have you eter been poor?" casts the :doom for years.,;of ? *
pass through, the President's "In ,strength of our fore- any attempt to eliminate 'the "
less appealing buildings in were faulty then suffi- ::: .
that neighborhood are being cient light would be focused hands and then wind up on fathers we go, not in their U'. not quite true that all those Kennedy_ people. left their 'White House 'wasteful, 'a.capricictis and .oto *

taken down. on the subject. the coffee tables of the par.ty's tracks. Their stars we follow, jobs voluntarily One was:fired OB.grounds he used a pay phone and forgot erwise defective series of

a most generous donors. not their dead campfires." to look ,in the- cola,- "return, alot. state pre convention polls.I. i

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4 Gainesville June 15 1964 : 'tom' .
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= JORDAN. I "hon the FAMU fwwnFlorida's
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: I CONSCIENCEOF I Final rites for Sam Jordan of June S-tbroUgh- 5. .Tb-;

COLORED.NEWS 314 N.W. 7th Ave., who died :workshopwhich win give three

June 13 at his home following a hours credit, is geared to providing

ktneui& iun lingering illness, will be con- new experiences in
B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor ducted Tuesday June ,16, at 1 methods and techniques of teSting *

p.m from the Mt. Pleasant and diagnosing troubles in'
CLUB PLANS MEET The Official Board will meet
THE M.E. Church with the Rev. W. automotive technology.
today, 7:30 p.m. i in the second .
The Majestic Club will meet ; M. Ferguson-officiating.- .. -- -.,
unit. There will be mid-week
JOHN R. HARRISON PmMwt MdPftkUsheri at the home of Mrs. Daisy ment will follow. in the North :
PAT COWIZS. Vie freU- SOUTH' Meditation Services tomorrow View in Florence S.C. PERSONALS VV.CWilfred :
Washington, of 663 NE 15th St., Cemetery "
4..t| ED JOHNSON Tics rrciUcatu4 7:30 The Children's Choir
p.m. -
Beautiful Exee ttr. KiiUrt W. G. JIm) I Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.,. June 16. will.have its rehearsal Wednesday ]' The remains;wfll: be shipped A., Griffin,- .Uttifed. ;'
EBEK8OLE. Vic PresIded sad A* Mrs.. Dorothy Atkins, reporter. Tuesday afternoon. States Test Specialist, or PorU :
4:30 The Youth Choir s
p.n. .
'University! City' reriUinf. VU DirccUrt PmliMU BOB wU. TABTAGUONE. ar.aIao- I By RALPH McGILL I will have its rehearsal Wednesday Mr. Jordan 1$ surviv- by.his land, Ore., arrived in th&.:jcliy

u.. Xaaacu. Pulitzer th. AUuU.Frts Wtaataf(G-> CeutI&wtIM rmkUikerOf 6 p.m. Choir No. 1 will wife Mrs. Rebecca Jordan recently visiting with his notif" _:..

TALLAHASSEE NEWS" have its rr* .Tsal Thursday I and other relatives and friends. er and grandmother;respectively -*... -.-
THE SUN'S POLICY The family and friends are to Mrs. Mary Griffin and Mr- wInch
7:30 J nes, president
: Honor Roll at FAMUA p.m. ; meet at the home of Mr. Jordanat Griffin; ,and other .fela ._ 1:
1. Report,the"news fully and impartially In the news, columns. ChangeBegets Richard Pa organist. Meth- ?
I 2. Express, the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. total of 223 students was odist Student Day will be observed 12:15 p.m. t? form the cortege :- tives and friends, ,_
Florida .
the roll
listed on honor at; to the church. ; -- '
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial Issues. .
Sunday, June 28. Rev. burpkey'and 'Miss
? Miss
( A&M University during the Hughes & Chestnut Funeral .;
I : 'The' Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 ; second trimester, 1963-64 according -W. M.. Ferguson, pastor. Home is in charge.CONVALESCING Annie Fagan, both -of Tampa.' .

;- ; Want Ads-376-4672 to an announcement by Emanuel Baptist Choir No. were guests of relatives'a"n d.:..' '
friends in Gainesville esters I
the Office of Admissions and 2 will have its rehearsal today, '-

Records of which Edwin M. 7:30 p.m.; there will be prayer Mrs. Estelle DeBose, of N.W.' day. ."

'j! A Dual ,Responsibilityh Violence Thorpe is director.Of meeting tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; 8th St., who. is ill-- was report. Mrs. Ethel- Monroe and sbnVJoe -,---

the second trimester honor and Choir No. 1 will have its ed as somewhat improved.. of Miami,.whose visit here, .. "I

""I We have said a great deal about munity, professional groups, and roll students, 167 were seniors, rehearsal Thursday, 7:30 p.m. for the past two weeks has bees! .:

'j! 1 the responsibility of business and individual citizens. In solving ,a 34 juniors; 15 sophomores; and Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; Mrs. NOTICEThe pleasant, left yesterday for their: j
Moscow has called for
private capital to be openhandedand problem of this sort the cooperative convening of Communist 7 freshmen. M. E., Middleton, reporter.Mt. home. --w
in promoting the of facts and ideas is Pallbearers Lodge No. Hall is v1sitmgi.
,cooperative pooling essen ties. This followed announce- Seniors included Willie Craw- Carmel Baptist There Joe of Tampa,-
113 will hold
its regular meeting -
development of the community and tial, but finally the burden of de- ment by Peking that the old ford of Gainesville. will be mid-week Meditation I : IIi Gainesville for several days,
< at the usual meeting place
insuring broader benefits for all the cision rests on the shoulders of the Sino Russian treaty of alliance Services tomorrow 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday at 8 with friends.

people. We have specifically nailed experts. That's what experts are for.That's was no longer in effect. Youth Forum Wednesday, 7,30, (I The dues are p.m.ta be paid during Mr. and Mrs, Robert Anderson
Kremlin spokesmen deny that p.m. and also both Choirs '
I "must" in ; and son, James, of Hart*
this principle down as a why they are employed in NOTICE the meeting.
Communist parties loyal to Nos. 1 and 2 will have theirJoint' ford Conn. arrived here :yesterday ..

dealing with the pressing problemof business and in government.When Russia are being called to ex- The Pallbearers' Lodge No. rehearsal, 8 pjn.; and NOTE OF THANKS- on a two week vacation :

downtown revitalization and re- pel China. But the question 113 will hold its meeting at the there will be Teachers' Meeting: with' Mrs. Anderson's, ,_>re 1- ,".

newal. we speak of an over-all plan mark is there. regular meeting place Tuesdayat Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. The families of the late Mrs. atives. ..

that can be adopted as a guide, we Muchof the world inches 8 p.m. The dues and assessments Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W., Eva Sturkcs-Brown and David
the whole forward its collective chair to are to be paid at the Hamm reporter.St. Sturles wish to thank friends Miss Bessie M. Jones and
But that is'not story. do not mean a blueprint so rigid Miss Clara Young both of Mia
meeting. fhor their acts of kindness
The city authorities, through the that no line can be altered, no detail watch developments. How Paul C.M.E.Morning, mi, were flown here yesterday,

Plan Board and the City Commission modified, no idea added. We mean a many parties will respond? worship 11 a.m.; and evening':ment.shown Charlie during Smith our bereave-Mary on a brief visit and outing with,

have the responsibility for dependable directional guide that The violence" of change tickson PLANS MEETINGThe worship, 6 pjn. Rev. B. F, Janie and Acie Sturkes fam- friends. .

I over-all design that clear of "what is like a clock. But sometimes Weary, pastor. ilies. of St.
presenting an provides a picture it strikes the hour of City-wide MissionaryBand Church of God in Christ Master Fred Williams,

will define the "shape of things to to be" if' the development goals are major alterations. One thinksof Band will meet at the ; Church School, 10 ajn.; morning Petersburg is visiting here with
School today at 4:30p.m. ; AUTO WORKSHOP his relatives and friends for two
come" in orderly and expertly to be realized. Nursery
I an the opening paragraph of worship, 12 noon; Younj, I
is invited. weeks.
planned program of development for Barbara Tuchman's book, The public People's Willing Workers' Meeting Professor Sylvester L. Beas-

the city's central area. This is clearly The business man, the capitalist, "The Guns of August": CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS 7 p.m.; and evening wor. ley of the Florida A&M University Mr. and Mrs..Charles F. Foster -

a function of the Plan Board and the industrialist any potential investor ship, 8 pjn. Bishop H. Williams,, Automotive Departmentwill and daughter, Frederica, all
"SO GORGEOUS was the ML, Pleasant. Methodist -, pastor. direct an automotive work, of Albany, N. Y., arrived here
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the Planning Director. in Gainesville's future, needs
spectacle on the May morn- yesterday on a two week vacation -
this, kind of "map" on his desk for ing of 1910 when nine kings with Mrs. Foster's rela-

Thus far the "direction of thinking" reference and reassurance when he rode in the funeral of Edward THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT tives.

of the authoritiesis is VII of England that the crowd,
on the part planning to spend his money ina
waiting in hushed and black- James Sims, of Tampa pass-
bit nebulous and uncertain. A to both his interests
a way serve own ed through Gainesville yester-
clad awe, could not keep back
tentative design was presented last and the interests of the city. gasps of admiration. In scar- Alternatives for Bobby day en route to Jacksonville.Miss .

year (labeled "suggestive") but fail- As the city authorities are courtingthe let and blue and green and Mittie Williams, of Pen-

ed to stir much response either posi- cooperation of business they gold, three by three, the sov- sacola, passed through Gaines-

tive or negative. This, of course, was need to talk in understandable tenns ereigns rode through the By DAVID LAWRENCE Mr. Kennedy in the race. 1968 in the event that Presi- ville yesterday en route to

only a first step-a, "feeler." But it about their commitment to specific palace gates, with plumed hel- WASHINGTON President It is true that the incum- dent Johnson chooses not to Clearwater.
mets, gold braid, crimson bent New York senator Ken-
is highly urgent that the Plan developmental objectives.In orders Johnson undoubtedly run that year The latter is,
sashes and jeweled
would rather have Robert F. neth Keating, Republican, however, eligible for two I
Board's thinking, should congeal into in the After '
flashing sun.
Kennedy decide to run for the also been a staunch supporter elected terms in addition to COACHING CLINICTALLAHASSEE
some kind of inclusive and definite all this there is no criticism, intended them came five heirs apparent United States Senate from of "civil rights" but he has the 14 months he will have

recommendation. Enough brains .or implied, of the Planning forty more imperial or New York State than to be prise to many people that not been directly involved in The 20th
royal highnesses, seven been annual Florida A&M University -
confronted with the someone who has not a
have been picked; enough private Department. Haste must often be necessityof as many activities in that
Together they Football and Basketball
the Gen- resident of the state of New
picking Attorney
opinions have been sampled enough made slowly. Facts have to be field as attorney general Ken-
; represented 70 nations in the eral as the vice presidential York would even consider the Coaching Clinic'gets under way
facts have been collected; enough studied, arguments weighed, and alternatives greatest assemblage of royalty nominee. All Washingtonhas possibility of trying to repre- nedy.IT today with a first-class facultyof

1/ time for drafting, redrafting, and considered. On the other and rank ever gathered in been gossiping about the sent in the United States Sen- 10 clinicians.
1 one place and, of its kind, the ate such state. Un- WILL COME as a sur-
weeks a populous
revision has elapsed.We hand, decisions cannot be indefinitely problem many According to Clinic ,Director
last. The muffled tongue of now, but it is becoming clear doubtedly in opposition to the served in filling out the presi-
If Jake Gaither the clinic is designed
delayed. they laissez- -
are, Ben tolled nine by the '
Big that, until it is defintely es- idea, the campaigners for Sen- dential term of his predecessor. -
heartily commend the Plan- fair will rule instead of left to improve the quality of
responsibleand clock as the last cortege tablished that the Presidentwill ator Keating will be heard .

ning Director's democratic methodof expert leadership. Orderly pro- the palace, but on history's not request the Atotrney singing to the voters of the coaching. Emphasis is placed

probing the opinions and recom- gress is never achieved by waitingfor clock sunset it of was the old sunset world, and was the In General to be his running state the song of the sales-" IT SEEMS illogical for At- damentals upon practice of 'offensive organization and, fun-de-
will men in the "Music Man, the
things to happen. mate, Mr. Kennedy keepan torney General Kennedy to fensive football, recent trends in
corn-1 a dying blaze of splendor nev-
mind the refrain of which is, "But hedoesn't
on making,,
er to be seen again ." open York know the territory, hedoesn't give up the idea of becominga the game, and training and con-
race in New State.
vice presidential candi- ditioning, said.
Riding in that display wasa There are political compli- know the territory. date at the national conven-

I man whom destiny had se- cations both ways. If, for instance Under the Constitution, of tion and run instead for the The football section began to-

Voice of the People lected as a source of cata- Mr. Kennedy is selected course it isn't necessary for a United States Senate unless he day and will continue throughnoon
Arch duke as the vice presidential Thursday. Basketball
clysmic change, candidate to be a resident of is absolutely sure he has no
I Franz Ferdinand of Austria nominee, he will help the the state which he seeks to chance of getting the President's moves into the spotlight Thurs-
"tall, corpulent, corseted, Johnson cause in some states day noon and ends at noon Fri
represent in Congress. Pierre assent to be his run-
On> The Sun's Opinion Page: with grlfen plumes waving but possibly alienate voters Salinger, has just won the ning mate. Mr. Johnson day. All sections will be held in

from his helmet." This plumed in others. This is because he Democratic nomination for might prefer to avoid a lot of the new air conditioned Health

People column. Letters secure man had four years has been the center of the senator in California, althoughhe controversy inside his party and Physical Education Build

1-requested.cannot A bo letter used.should The and a month to live. In June controversy on "civil rights." has not lived there for a by taking someone else for ing.

the writers meaning or 1914 he would be assassinatedon long time. the second place on the ticket Slated lor discussion In the
a bridge in Sarajevo. TheAustrians assum-
for instance, Senator Hu- basketball section

Post Office All this would take a great Probably the silliest ques- would war against would ed here not that ask Mr.the Johnson THE BRITISH have a sys- bert Humphrey of Minnesota.This offenses adapting defenses are varying to
the Serbs. The Germans Attorney
deal of cooperation and fore- tion raised by Citizen is howit tem which permits wouldbe however is not likely to material, basketball drills and
would join them. The Rus- General to become his run- candidates for Parliament to satisfy the ardent and almost
For MuseumEDITOR demonstrations
sighted planning on the partof is possible for anyone to and tournament
nig mate unless he needed
sians, French, British, Italians -
look all the districts and fanatical worshippers of the
a great public and over preparation Garland
many Pii holster
amass a fortune in less thana followed. Belgium was him for election. In other -
Sun I read private agencies.It choose any one in which to Kennedy name. They feel that head basketball
your generation. History is re- words of the Johnson coach at
overrun. The world was at many
The British government there ought to be another of
editorial the de- run. Oglethrope
on apparent plete with honestly founded think Jniversity, is serv-
Russia A supporters that at
is war. collapsed. pres-
probably unre-
very around the
cline of interest requires a deposit of many memorials to the ing as clinician for
downtown by stores.I shoppersin alistic in the light of the red fortunes; Carnegie, Pillsbury, German plot, the sending in ent the disadvantages would $500 however, beforehand so late President and that this ball section. the basket-

our tape that such a plan would Vanderbilt, and Ford are justa of Lenin enabled communism outweight the advantages, and as to prevent people who are should be accomplished by
have idea which might
spark some an tourist trade in have to be pushed ,through.Oh few names in passing.I eventually to take over. the feeling in administration not serious candidates .from nominating his brother as vice I Head coaches Milt Bruhn of

could go on dissectingcitizen's circles is that Mr. Johnson entering the race. If a candi- president, and thus put him I Wisconsin, Jim Hickey of North
our shops near the square well, it'll be a while be-
maze of illogic and WOODROW WILSON envi- isn't going to ask the Attor- Carolina John
and of the few date gets more than one- in line for the presidency in Bridgers of Bay
help save one fore either dreamers like
attractive landmarks pose some counter silliness sioned a League of Nations. ney General to be on the tick- eighth of the votes, he has his the future. lor. Comer Jones of Oklahoma,
remaining me, or experienced profes- such as what would Kennedy When it was defeated he said et.But deposit returned to him. Ray Graves of Florida Char-
in our city. sional urban planners have have done if the'Vatican were the job (of winning a world even i if Mr. Kennedy de- It is speculated also that lie Tate of Miami and

I don't know what the pow- any say in the ideas considered attacked but suffice it to say war) would have to be done cides to run for the Senate In this country, there have there could be another Ken- Coach Don Fuoss'of Purdue Assistant'
ers-that-be have decided to do in the and devel- been few instances in which are
planning that Barry Goldwatder over again within 20 years. from New York State it could a nedy administration either after the collegiate
can coaches
with the old Post Office Building of Gainesville where individuals have moved from serving
have Mr. Johnson has served
the this
stand on his own merits and Within 19 years the job was some bearing on year. High 'school coaches
near the Square but it is the business interests are un- one state to another and en-
weather honest basedon being done over. Colonialism presidential race in that two full terms or in the event TJaz Powell of
a roomy building with a certain -, aware of the value of exploit- scrutiny tered politics but usually aft that he became incapacitated : Miami's Carver
nations area. The "civil rights" controversy physically
valid issues if people would declined. New ap- High and ,Toney Mason-former_.' "..
imposing air of dignity state and local his several of residencein
ing our
er years Bobby
peared. Russia became a nu- has left its imprinton beforehand.' : Jy J of JNiles
about it.. trouble themselves to stick to .Nile ,McKinley:: High, ,.
tory. second New York and there the state.It Kennedy is only 38
issues. clear power, only to seemsno years Ohio'are the
All over"See our Florida state signs Wildlife proclaim SARAH LAESSLE WARREN HASTINGS the United States. Joe Stalin question that there will bea could be, of course, that old now, however and can afford es on the staff. Mason prep'coach has sine

ruled Russia with cruel despo- large "cross over" vote Mr. Kennedy figures that, to wait a decade or so moved to
," "See nature" exhibit 'A ClassicOf tism.. An the Communist par- from the Democratic Party if if he becomes a United States for political fortune to give coach. as an.assistant

See Indian crafts. These ties, including China's, looked the "civil rights" Issue is Senator, he win have a better him his chance to become

are advertisements for pri- Confusion' Shows WhatMakes toward Moscow. dramatized by the entrance of chance for the presidency in President. -
vate, commercial

where admission is charged EDITOR, Sun: Recently Him'Professional' Another 19 years have pass- VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLThe

Apparently, they attract tour- someone calling himself Citi- ed and Moscow is calling the, POTOMAC FEVER Vacation Bible School is

ists.The zen was brought to task by roll of Communist parties loy- in progress at the Mt. Carmel
Florida State Museum
al to the Kremlin. Not
other readers for a string of Baptist Church from
(e) New Yrk TanaWASHINGTONThe Monday
has fascinating au- has
many answering. Peking
exhibits all inanities regarding the fitnessof John- are By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau through Saturday 8:30 ajn. to.
thentic concerning ,broken the alliance. There are .
Barry Goldwater as a in the White House has 12 noon.
pres- son ;
of Florida's history,
apects frictions along the long border
wildlife and Indian lore. It idential candidate. now acquired his Boswell. with Mongolia The Soviets Winthrop 'Rockefeller thinks hell win as governor of Arkansas ,Who, in the. I .'

charges no admission. Citizen's "first efforts were William S. White's biography have advanced indus- state could vote against Littlt Rocky? '

The museum sorely needsto bad enough, but instead of of the President, titled trially Their populationhas LACROSSE NEWS:: i

expand beyond its present comprehending the clarity of "The Professional: Lyn grown. The agricultural Del AnniversaryThe

exhibition area. It has materials subsequent answers to his don B. Johnson," came out system is strained. There is -- 2nd Anniversary of the

for a great many more mish mash of obsfucation, he recently and already has received an easing of tensions about United Choirs' Union begins I

displays than will fit in the has cretaed another classicof the President's approval Berlin. Bat Red China is push New York waiters protest that tips average only eight per cent. Whereas with June 17 and lasts to June 19 at
one-and-a-half floors of the confusion and inconsistency. as the official bio ing in Laos and Viet Nam: '
the recommended 15 per cent, the customer gets a more, charitable glare. the Bethel AM3S. Church.
Seagle Building which it now I don't wonder at his re- graphy. All Southeast Asia is in fer- There are six choirs in the
occupies. There should be no luctance to affix a signatureto Johnson has bought 900 volumes ment. On Cyprus Some 30,000 un-

reason why with a little his work. of "The Professional"from armed men are oat of control, -- ion.The public is invited. .

Chamber of Commerce boosting Nobody questions Citizen's Houghton-Mifflin at an owing allegiance to no com

an excellent ,museum, right to political opinions, buta outlay of $4,500, and spendsa mander. There is an undeter-
housed in an Impressive local ,candidate's honesty few minutes each day autographing mined amount the.commh- President Johnson likes those rose garden press conferences. Reporters aren'tso
landmark, shouldn't draw are based on such lame copies. Those des- nism among these desperatemen. sore. They're wondering who' leading whom down the primrose path. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET

great numbers of tourists. and haphazard grounds suchas tined to receive the books doa The Turkish situation The Sunday School Contention
Once the tourists are in the lot of meaningful writing grows more critical.: 'f _" will be held at the Mt Pleas:
the degree of Jewishness
downtown area near the themselves -on checks bear -- .. -!- ant Primitive Baptist Church ,

Square they are apt to, notice in his background or what' he ing,large sums made out to It was 1910 when Edward ''', with R v4S. P. Kflpatrick,.:hosrpastor -: i::

and patronize shops, would have 'done if 'Israel the Democratic Party. "Vn was buried with so much 'aFt Pierce,.JunJ8, -.J r
then the President Johnson says hell drive poverty underground:.So you'lla hear ; -
nearby. It would take some were attacked record Neither the President nor pomp. The subject for the oratorical- Jc
sprucing up of that section, should be set straight. the publishers told White, the Change requires decision committee chairman demand:- "Are you now'or ha e.you ever been poor?" contest Is. "Stewardshipand' b

which is, a better possibilitythan Also if ,enough people felt columnist, that the first volumes < resilience., strength. These Sunday School,Training" ..:.::.= E

it has ever been, now, strongly enough that Mr. off the presses were to qualities we have. '- ,

that so many of the older Goldwater's income tax re- pass through the President's "In strength of our fore- GJ\ -, ,

less appealing buildings in turns were faulty then sufficient hands and then wind up on fathers we go, not in their It's not quite true that all those Kennedy people left their White House Mrs. IV pry ri ailing at

that neighborhood are being light would be focusedon the coffee tables of the par- tracks. Their stars we follow, job.Tohmtar y. ODe was fired on grounds he used a pay phone and'forgotto her tamer FrIends hope she

takes dewL the'subject ty's most generous donors. not their dead campfires" look in the cola return slot. will soon be well again

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Monday June 15 1964 Gainesville Sun S: I

Tucker Becker About. Ramsey Purvis Calendar Of Events\\1: Get Him A- ,r-

TODAY,Jane 15 I TUESDAY June 16 I

Vows PeopleMr. Nuptials Read Wesley Community Metho- Alachua County Republican -

Exchanged dist Church Hazel Thomas Women's Club, Noon,

and Mrs. Hayford En- Circle, ,8 pjn., Mrs. Grant Park Lane Cafeteria, Mrs. R.

wall have as their houseguest Simmons 221 ,NW 16th Ave Perrin McNair, guest speak I

I Geoffrey Damman of er. forFathers

I Melbourne, Australia, who nue.Gainesville Bridge Club Gainesv i 11 e Entomology'

I joined Mrs. Damman here 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. Club Noon Park Lane Cafe Day
>rj Friday. Mrs. Damman, sister teria.
Gainesville Newcomers In-
> ,
of Mrs. Enwall, has been First Rachel
Lutheran Church, -
stallation of oficers, 7:30
here for several weeks. Circle, 7:30 Mrs.
I pjn., Recreation Center. p.m.
The Australian flew to the William Sutterer; 401 NW
Odd Fellows of Gainesville "
United States last week aft- I tl 34th Terrace.
Covered-dish Supper. 6:30
er being in Europe where he S' <.:. 'I Reception for Florida 4-H
Odd Fellows Hall 740
attended of the Interna- ; R pjn. Club members attending UF
many \ a
Li f SE 2nd Avenue.
tional Trade Fairs. Mr. Dam- z7S Campus Conference, 4 to 6 I : .5
/ man is' an importer in Mel- University City Bridge Club, pjn., President J. Wayne '
bourne. Ji 7:30 p.m., University of Florida Reitz and Mrs. Reitz, 2151
r The couple plan to go to r Faculty Club. West University Avenue. 'S
VJi Washington and New York Women of, the Moose, 8 WEDNESDAY, June 17 I

i i i later this month before sail- p.m., Moose Lodge. Gainesville Bridge Club

t ing for home. American Legion Auxiliaryand 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. :

l'It. / t Legion, joint installation University City Bridge i, HAND SEWN SEAMS
i Rev. and Mrs. Fred McGe- and covered dish supper 7:30 Club, '730 p.m., Weed Hall, a special sort of

j :u hee and baby daughter, Kathy, 's' p.m., Legion Home. 107 NW 15th ,Terrace. f give comfort and fit .

left recently after an extended 'M Fortunes are just a plain

visit with Mrs. McGe- ;/ ANNOUNCINGNEW good desirable shoe all

; hee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the way around Dad

-r Walter Wynn. ) LOCATION OFMARGE'S will love 'em They're '
The couple, formerlyof only $8.95.
Houston, are en route to r HAIR STYLISTNOW
a a new home in Shelby N. C., AT USE CENTRAL CHARGE
where Reverend McGeheewill : : : .
assume the pastorate of ;;' ; . '..''''' 626 N. MAIN 376-7353 BOB'SSHOE
s. > :
'\. .t: .,
the Pleasant Hill Baptist : ..'j. : ; '::j-'i : :. < OPENING SPECIALPERSONALIZED

Church. 4/j,... .. 5 5
-- -
'} Mrs. Jack Bennett Ramsey ----1'
r Mr. and Mrs. Vie McKenzie WITH SHAMPOO & SET 21 W. University Ave.
x. and children, Betty Jo, Miss Wanda Jan Purvis be- Ramsey, Miss Nancy Ramsey I Monday Wednesday I OPEN FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.

John and Wade of Indianapolis i came the bride of Jack Bennett and Perry Ramsey, all of New -- -

Ind., arrived Saturday at Ramsey Sunday afternoonat Orleans; Miss Reda Robinson, I '' :-- >?V :W.. t *.> -: ,:... ::... V .. 1 Jf f %f!' ).. .
I : < : v .
W i :
--- 4'- "' the Swan Lake home of Mrs. the Calvary Baptist Church Miss Annjebell Robinson and I ,v ;"'. "' sS ;.'_xS: .. *. ....._.>....,.,'tx..... vv >j /' ,'*,: : .'7:)".
v McKenzie's mother, Mrs. Ina with Rev. William T. Crosby, .
Mrs. Lawson; DewaYn Tucker 1 Wrench. pastor officiating for the double -Mrs. Emma Kelly, all of East Tv** <..:< ,.

The marriage of Miss Nancy ing the ceremony in the church I Mrs. McKenzie and the ring ceremony.The Palatka; Mrs. Louise varbor-l "' -' : > ;;i+
l Katherine Becker and Lawson decorated with I children will spend the sum- bride is the daughter of ough; Palatka; Mr. :A r- ,' :,

Dewayne Tucker was performed parlors, palms, mer with Mrs. Wrench. Mrs. and Mrs E. L. Purvis and T. L. Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. 'SINCER:;"""v"" '- '- "

on Saturday afternoon in gladioli, peonies and stock. the bridegroom is the son of Guy Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. L. / ;::::

\ the McCaul Chapel of the First Guests were greeted by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard War- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey. N. Knowles; Mrs. and Mrs. C. / ,

5 Baptist Church. Dr. Fred T. Elbert Voss. ren and daughters, Beth and Cascade arrangements of W. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. H.P.
Claire of N. C. white gladioli, button chrysanthemums Roundtree, Mr. and Mrs. Bu-
Laughon officiated for the double The bride's table, draped Asheville Summer
left Wednesday for Miami, and palms de- ris Whitehurst and children,
ring ,
ceremony. with an organdy cloth, featureda
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. corated the altar, centered Mrs. Estey Whitehurst and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry, tiered wedding cake. Punch Dolph Means. with candelabra and white ta- family, Mr. and Mrs. James

Becker are parents of the' was served from silver bowlsat They are visiting Mr. War- Purvis, all of Add, Ga. Mr. ClearanceSave
bride and Mr. and Mrs. Don- pers.Wedding
another table. ren's father, Alfred Warrenin music was pre- and Mrs. Morris Steward, of
ald Mixon Tucker of Eau Gal- Valdosta Ga. Mr. and Mrs.P. .
Cutting and serving the cake Miami, and will return to sented by Miss Becky Wan- ;
lie are parents of the bride were Mrs. Travis Loften and Gainesville today for a short finger organist, and Randall T. Guthrie and family, of -
groom. soloist. Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. Alfred Robbins of Lake- visit with the Means. Mrs. Dampier ---1
Palms and white tapers in land, aunts of the bride; Mrs. Warren is the former Margaret Given in marriage by her Walter Moore of Blountstown, .i
candelabra and an arrange- Connie Means. father, the bride wore a gownof Fla.
W. Tucker and Mrs.
ment featuring white gladioli, silk organza and Chantilly I
Felder Bell, of Jacksonville 1
peonies and stock were used at aunts of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. William C. lace. The dress featured cascading -I _
the altar. trawn the birth of tiers of ruffles terminating -
announce : t
Pouring were Mrs. Richard in a chapel train.I Touch A Sew t i
music William Todd Strawn
Providing nuptial a son \
Maury of Orlando; Mrs. J. Alfred Her head piece was an illUsion DISk Model Sewing machine _
were Mrs. Seldon Waldo, organist born on June 12, at Alachua with the Push-Button Bobbin
Robbins Jr. of in lace
Daytona mantilla edged ,,
t and Miss Suzanne Martin, General Hospital. -
Beach; Mrs. S. David Bris- and she carried a bouquet of : Some) new some demon- ;
William Todd is the
vocalist. grandson floor models ,
towe, cousins of the bride and pink) sweetheart roses. _strators-some :!
of: Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Norwood I some sewing room
The bride, given in marriage William "Bill" Smith
Mrs. Charles S. Haupt. ''of Attendants Wear Pink By C. machines 1
Gainesville and Mr. and
: ,
by her father, wore an import- Bob- ,
I Attending the bride were, Exclusive Push-Button
Those Miss i
assisting were Mrs. J. W. Strawn of Melrose. ICE CREAM
|) ed Chantilly lace gown in rose bin fills through the needle ,
Mrs. T. L. Purvis, aunt of the
Dalys Tucker of Eau Gallie., sister I
'j right in _
I j medallion design combined with of the bridegroom, and Miss ride, matron of honor! ;. Miss!! STAINS -Slant needle construction "

,{ peau de soie. The skirt featured DeAnn Tucker, cousin of the Jerwanne Smith, maid of hon.1or Exclusive Horizontal' Spool
insets and appliques of lace and Brides'Book ; and Miss Carol O'Berry Summertime or any time, Pin for steady thread flow !
bridegroom.The .
circular train in back. Her Miss Sharon Boeller and Mrs. there's ice cream in one thou- Built-in threading chart .... i
j sheer illusion veil was attachedto bride's book was 'kept Reda Robinson, bridesmaids.The sand and one different formsas Reductions on other console ,.
by Miss Janis Loften cousinof varied the Arabian models-up to $30! .,
a tiara of pearls. She carried attendants wore dresses' as nights. *' .c
t an heirloom ,Bible covered by the bride, Miss Helen Ann of shell pink silk over taffeta, Oops! there's a blob that fell

t white satin and lacer and top- Davies and Miss Marianne Davis and headpieces of shell pink off, right on your favorite gar- d 1f'ZJ

ped by lilies of the valley and of Jacksonville., miniature flowers. ment!

1 and an orchid. Miss Mary Catherine Haupt, TODAY, June 15 Miss Sandra Faye Purvis, No problem. There never Is Great buys in Trade-in Machines. too --.:

Richard Travis Maury and Bridal shower honor sister of the bride was the Ii if it's handled right. Namely, .:
Sister ,Attendant. Charles distributed flower girl. She wore a voile Machines we've taken In FROM $88
Spurgeon Haupt ing Miss Leslie Frazier of Am- and most important take it PORTABLES ::
Miss Ann Becker was maidof rice bags. ericus, Ga., bride-elect of Ro- frock and corsage of pink II in to be cleaned as soon as 'In topnotch ..

honor, for her sister. She The bride wore a navy blue bert ,A. Little, Mrs.-Paul B. sweetheart roses. She carried I possible. Don't let heat and condition ,by SINGER CONSOLES FROM $2988 ::
i 1 wore a yellow silk organza and white seersucker suit with Bergman and Mrs. Glenn a white lace basket of rose'' time fix ,it. Don't press it -- ; experts First come, firstr- ,.

(' over matching taffeta dress, navy and white accessories for Farris at the Bergman home,. petals. NEVER.that will only make served! S ::
and her headpiece was of Glen Johnson served best ;-
as the
: sugar and milk and oily
709 SW Golfview.
her outfit Her 28th
traveling cor-
and net. Pur- .AJII! > tf( l a .. ..
silk Ushers emulsifiers ..
matching organza man. were Harry set into a rock hard 7JY'f.W
sage was the orchid from her '8V_ ;t tMk .
She >bouquet of shasta -bridal Miscellaneous shower com- vis, brother of the bride, Al- stain, impervious to treatment,

daisies. bouquet. plimenting Miss Jean Thrasher fred Robinson, George Lind- maybe impossible to removeIf A FULL LINE' OFFALL

Donald Mixon Tucker Jr. attended Among the out-of-town.guests fiancee of Wayne Rick- sey and John Scully. Wayne' it in A g-
can't'get quickly
you 'z
were Mrs. Connie P. Tucker, man of Orlando 8 ring bearer. .
.his brother as best man. p.m., Lindsey was I' dab it lightly with clear :;
RoberUV. Barkley .served as Defuniak Springs grandmother Mrs. L. F. Latimer, Mrs. H. The bride's mother wore a I cool water and leave it alone FABRICSDaily
usher. of the bridegroom; John Roger B. Helms and Mrs. Walter P. heath dress of, pastel yellow until you can bring it in to

Morrell of St Cloud, grandfather Wynn at the Wynn home, 318 imported eyelet over silk organza -I' be cleaned. You don't needto
For her daughter's weddingMrs. of the bridegroom; John NW 15th Avenue. and matching accessories.She I

Backer chose 'a pink. lace Roger Morrell Jr., Eau Gallie, Shower complimenting i wore a corsage of' yellow : spot do any it out more.or messing And tryingto withit ,

and silk"organza dress match- uncle of the bridegroom; Mr. Miss Chris Carlisle, fiance sweetheart roses. The bride- I only .makes the job harder W
ing accessories, and wore a and Mrs. Felder Bell and Steven of Hardy Wylie Jr. of groom's mother wore a pink I later. The heck with it! Leaveit

corsage. or pink carnations.The Bell, of Jacksonville.Also Augusta 7 p.m., Miss BarBara dress and white accessories.She alone, we'll get it out. SINGER 216 W. Univ. Ave. .

bddeg'oorr's, motherwore Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred Buns and Miss Mary had a corsage of pink .
yellow';eyelet dress overmatching Robbins of Lakeland;"' Mr. and Ann Buswell at the former's chrysanthemums. For good cleaning! leave it SEWING CENTERS ,
to good cleaners.
Jaffeta with'matching:: : Mrs. J. Alfred Robbins Jr., of home, 410 NW 20th Street. Reception at' Church "
and .h d.a white Mr. and Mrs. Purvis CALL BRING r 'l FR 6-6310
accessories Daytona Beach; Mr. and Mrs. were I OR IT TO A Tr.dtiMf sf THE imcH COMPANY -
carnation corsage.Reception TUESDAY, June 16 hosts for the reception held in ltott M phoM book I Richard Maury and Richard Breakfast c o m p 1 invent the church dining hall. I S & S CLEANERS .:-.....:
At Church :Travis Maury, Orlando; and : I
ing Miss Chris Carlisle, bridetobe The bride's table, overlaid
Delivery or Carry
Mr. and Mrs. Becker entertained Miss Davis and Miss Joyce of Hardy Wylie Jr. of with a white satin cloth, was: 'I
503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4184
with a reception followummmm.- Hannon of Jacksonville. Augusta,_11 ajn.,_Mrs.; Robert centered with the wedding!

L. Johnson and her daughter cake, flanked with silver candelabra -r. --- --- -
Thinking of A Miss ,Rosemary John- with white tapers ,en-,

: .I New Refrigerator son Country, Gainesville Club.WEDNESDAY. Golf and vy.wined with pink roses and j I now. everything's at one address' -i .;Ii!:

fu1 SAVE HEREON i i June 17 Greeting guests and introducing -; -
..... i:1 them to the receiving''
:;,:' ':- honor- 2001 N.W. 13th St. ;
Bridal shower
BIG :: Ii See The One That line were Mrs. George M.; 0 ..:
tti Makes It's Own Ice ing Miss Patricia Ailstock and Mrs. A M. Robin-
Lindsey :
FAMILY MENUS! i 11 bride-elect of Clifton McNiel : :

I<.:=::: "" Gornto, 8 p.m.;Mrs: Woodrow son.Cutting the wedding cake I for greater efficiency
1 __ A r
Rl Shaw and her daughter, Miss .
"11- .. ,
::J t' were Mrs. Gale Reeves, Miss '
1 Susan Road. Shaw, 1709. NW 11th Marsha Stoddard, :Miss Sandy New Cars u S Service Facilities Used Cars TVi

::3 ICE MAKER Buckler, and Miss JoAnn ,
Sti 11t Bridesmaids luncheon honoring
Huguley. Serving punch were
T ;' from $268.88Variety Miss Chris Carlisle, I .
S I bride-elect. of Wylie HardyJr. Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mrs. -\ to enable us to improve our efficiency in handling both sties and, service ..
Im: Glen Johnson, Mrs. Emerald to give you the highest quality in the shortest possible time at the lowest .
of 12:30
MIm The Augusta p.m. Robinson and Mrs. Thomas possible prices we have concentrated all departments New Cars Used. .
mlm' I IS Mrs. Richard C. Sanders Jr Poteet. Can and Service Facilities fit 2001 N.W. 13th! St. (U.S. 441) . Some ...

Store and her daughters Miss Assisting. with the hospitalities phone '- FR 67515. _
Sanders and Miss
I Sherry were Mrs. Wayne Robinson -
7 SoL 1st Airs.Ph. .
A .wlttl' .....ily ems ... 2-5341 Pain Sanders, GainesvilleGolf Mrs. Eugene Branch and WATCH FOR OUR FORMAL GRAND OPENING
and Club.
,...h' of ,004.5 fresh Country Mrs. J. G Merritt. T-
meet. Buy by ... sUe *rq
:0: Miss Linda Eddy and 'Miss
..rt r. while "G d"efts' -
'" "Ck.it." beef prices {i Brenda Eddy kept the bride's I 1 --
ti are e* their lowesf.5e Why Are Women More book Rice bags were distri- I NMIR

: m buted by Miss Patty Pace,'
.-';\; W.'. cat mi wrap J. tttevey Miss Beverly Guthrie and Miss

';rn:::i is i.'.fscn... wefc".v yeWe ...wilt M.y. it.te0we'uii ., Constipated Than Men? Dorothy Present Jean were Branch. r"L ] : ;

..,......'.. a!: r;;"' Their systems are" more delicate. leave it clean enough for sped Out of town guests; Mr. andYrs. .....
Wl8"c._ : e.d Many are too "busy" and pre- x-ray without an enema with, ,
[ E: M. Robinson Mrs.!
beef.. If occupied to attend to
wrap yew wa proper virtually no diarrhea or i -
I 1 I'reaJq et N bowel hygiene. And their' stomach upset.camps I Mary Robinson Mrs. E. W. a USED CARS ;

,extra y cert", monthly,cycles often cause im- $.DCirouLt* is so easy and I Steiner and Mrs., and Mrs.,
balances: affect regularity. dependable it is rffrmmfnAeA Ralph Mathews, all of Melrose .-I
tiiI'iIj! For these-woeien.'tbere is for new mothers,' young .'children ; Mrs. Eloise Gibbons;: Lr
!.r now relief which is effective and elderly people. Archer; Mr. and Mrs., R. G.
gentle in its action. If Never before

called has there been a
DULCOLAX, *. the "enematic". Uxatjvelo fast acting so gentle, MOTOR CO.. : : I
MEAT ROOM ,suppository. .- yet so thorough that it could replaCe DEAFNESS B & G INC. ---r e'
enema. Is more touting than blindness. ,
1.D Loeux works usually in -
." .. .
15 minutes to an hour. Gentles; Ask your' pharmacist about Protect your Examination Hearing TOOAYI' GetHurino 'a I
your colon Into fast easy action, DULCOLAX* brand of bitafodyl'eyacuant .

J JL,&lTLCOLAXuthorbaghly> + suppositories relief from women's for hospitalproved GAINESVILLEHEARING AID CO. # CADILLAC and OLDSMOBiLEv (

deacon:the colon_. ..actuiilly j' .
can constipation problems m N.Main. PR 40t5! .....
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I ;. 6' Gainesville Sun Monday, June '15 1964

Eat I \WN" MARKET REPORT t 1 .:!. Forces Segregation Hold I SEE' by" ., ; r Ie'' ,. "

? .,

-- : Last March I : .

_. .
r '
.the SUN
i STOCK Late ., Street white .
FLASHES MorningN. Matthews marching by segre-
F = gationists apparently was over J u

MARKET Listing today at least temporarily, but Jane 11 ALACHUA GENERAL Helen H. Owens; P. 0. Box 71,

-. To Give it was uncertain whether the Negroes BIRTHsMr. HOSPITAL Alachua and Earl D. Howard
AgSpeeclt ,
NEW YORK (AP-Big Three were generally lower, rails ir-
would their
resume and Mrs. Wm.
AllisCha 18% IntPap 31% Wilsey June 12, 1964BIRTHS 1417 S. E. 17th Terr., 8:55
motors sparked a stock market regular.
marching tonight. 4607 SE 1st Place,
a girl; Mr. : at Hawthorne
jn. Saturday Rd.
advance in active The Associated Press Alcoa 71% Jones&L 76% p
} : moderately averageof Here and Mrs. Wm. Keller Rt. 2
The Southern Christian Lead- Mr. and Mrs. William C. and S.E. 23rd St. Following too
r trading early this afternoon. 60 stocks at noon was up .2 AmAir 44% KaisAl 38AmBrk a boy Mr. and Mrs. Robert
; Strawn 1512 NW 2nd. St., a closely charged to Miss Owens.
= Gains of key stocks, running at 304.2 with industrials up .4, 53 ership Conference directing the Lee Reid, 1220 NE 6th Ave.
Ken'cott 80 U. S. Rep. D. R. (Billy) Mat drive said that for- boy; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J.
from fractions to more than a rails off .1 and utilities .4. integration Cleveland Williams
W. Lees-
up Mr. and Mrs. Luis ,
boy M.
AmBdPar 37 Lig&My 77H thews will speak'to leaders 'o f: mer baseball Jackie Robinson a ; Temples 4027 NW 13th Ave., a
player -
: offset small losers. The Dow Jones industrial ,
point, Garcia 320 NE 10th St. burg and Hollis James 419
agricultural services industries a boy; girl; Mr. and Mrs. Rosce B.
AmCan 46% Loch'd 34V4 would arrive to
today join
Ford advanced more than a at noon was 3.46 at N.W. 41st Ave.
average up Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Cruce Saturday
of Florida tonight at the eight I the Knight, Rt. 1 Box 334, a girl
: point. Chrysler followed along 812.85. AmCyan 63% Lorillard 43% campaign. West
commodity meeting of Operation 1222 NE 14th St., a boy. ADMITTED noon at University Ave
,#, :: with a gain approaching 2 Advances exceeding 2 points AmMot 14% Mag'vox 31% DARE (Developing Agricultural Busloads of supporters also ADMITTED Gloria W. Dover John B. nue and 6th Street. Williamswas
points. General Motors and were posted for IBM and Xerox.. AT&T 134% MM&M 59 from several cities Braun Mrs. charged with-mak1 1g a prohibited
Resources Effectively),, were expected Ellen L. Jumpp Helen Tsou- Evelyn S.- Stapleton -
.:.. American Motors were fractional Control Data spurted 4. Polar. AmTob 33% Mohasco 13% Dr. E. T. York Jr., chairmanof including Albany Ga., the kalas Sonja F. Wilsey, Vivian Mrs. Mildred F. Cruce right turn causing. an ac
gainers. Studebaker eased. dipped a point. DARE and University of SCLC office said. In Williams- Garcia, Shirley Ann Reid, Mrs. Delinda H. Temples, Harry cident.
AmpxCp 15% Mons'to 78V8
: firm the start Texas Gulf
Steels at Sulphur
were was Florida provost for agriculture, town, N.C., SCLC spokesman Diane Eliz Andrews, MichaelS. M. Hallman Jr., Mrs. IngridM. Arrests
widening gains later. strong, rising about t points. Anaconda 40% MontWd 37 Golden Frinks said busload .
said Matthews will appear at A. a Andrews Beth Diane Har- Baukney all of Gainesville;
: Retails, aerospace issues, airlines -, Prices rose on the American Armour 48V4 NatDair 79% the meeting's evening banquetat of SCLC members from Wil- graves, David Wm. Hargraves Julius C.- Teylor High Springs Altamese' Miner 37, of 307 .

utilities electronics and Stock Exchange. Babcock 29% NatDist 25% 7 p.m. at Gainesville's Holi liamstown will join the St. Au- Buck Pool Mildred Clark Jer- Mrs. Yula S. Dickinson, New- N.W. 4th Place was charged ;

office equipments advanced. I Corporate bonds rose. U.S. BethStl 35% N.AmAv 48 day Inn. gustine movement. tell Mary Evelyn Knight Mar- berry; James D. Lancaster Sunday with carrying a conceal.

Chemicals, and cigarette issues government bonds were firm. Boeing 51% Penney. 54 White segregationists marched I garet E. Lindsley William M. Mayo; Jane L. Alday Alachua; 'weapon. Sheriff's ,deputiessaid

Borden' 73T/a PRR 29% Fertilizer, feed, seed pesticide Sunday night for the third night For, Mary Lorine McKean, all Thomas J. Bass Newberry.DISCHARGED she displayed a .38, caliber

Freeman to Talk Brunswk 9 PepCola 54% and agricultural engineering in a row but they only traveled of Gainesville; Emma Holt hand gun during an argument

CaterTr 32% PhilMor 81% men from throughout the five blocks. In two previous Newberry; Elizabeth H. Courtney Lizzie Smith, Vera M. Kyle with her common law husband,

Celanese 65% PhillPet 49% state will meet with ,Universityof marches 'white demonstrators Williston; Joyce P. Tuna! Dorothy M. Dexter Mrs. RachelR. Dave Joiner, at her address.

Chrysler 48%,RCA 32% Florida economists to map Lake City; Edwina Green, Loyed and daughter Geral-
walked Ne -
through a Fire Calls
: At DARE SessionU. CocaCola 129% RepStl 43% out a. blueprint for Florida's 1975.agricultural -gro section. But Sunday night: High Springs; Essie W. Pruitt dine A. Brantley and daughter

ComEd 48% Revlon 35 plans through they did not leave.the downtownarea. Alachua; Juliette Leona L. Alonzo W. Smith Marion Amos, Fire of unknown cause heavily
ConEdis 90 ReyTob 45% The meetings climax a study of Thomas, Earlton. Elsie W. Pruitt, Juliette L. damrged a frame house ear-
S. of In York's invitationto
Secretary Agriculture accepting
ContCan 51% St.RegP 30% the state's present agriculturalstatus DISCHARGEDJack Thomas Ollie S. Hendricks ly Sunday on S. :iE. 35th Street.
There trouble and the '
Orvill Freeman will speak speak Freeman said, "I con- and will was no
I at the final Operation DARE gratulate you and the leaders DowChe 71Vi Seaboard 47% leaders look into give the industry future. crowd that met in a park before 'J. Parrish, Stanton F. Larry A. Thomas, Clauda Mc The home owner,.,;. L,.Kitchen,

conference to be held June 22- who are participating in Oper- duPont 254% Sears 113%! a the march seemed less enthusiastic Beck, David Dewitt Hughes Afee Edna H. Truluck, Eliza- was out of town for the week-

I C 23, at the University of Florida ation DARE. You have a uni- EAL 31% Sinclair 46 The individual commodity con than it had at earlier ones. Alice Marie Gaynor MurrayC. beth T. Curls Helen Tsoukalas, end. An off duty fireman J. J.

.. according to Dr. E. T. que opportunity to formulate an E.Kodak 133% Socony 77% ferences begin at 1:15 p.m. on J. B. Stoner Ku Klux Klan attorney Robinson, Minnie Jordan, Vickie Ann Derrick Ivana B. James, who lived nearby, reported -
Firestone 40% SouthnC 60% and Emma K. Steckmiller Christie Brkic, Fannie Nelson. I the blaze.Cyclone.
IT York Jr., provost for agricul- action program that will en- Monday Tuesday are from Atlanta again spokeat
: ture. able Florida to realize its full FlaP&L 73 SperryR 15 held at McCarty Auditorium on the rally and again attackedthe Phillips Rose Porter and POLICE FIRE REPORT
Ford 53% StBrand 773/i the University campus. civil bill daughter Diane Eliz Andrews,
potential for agricultural de i rights integration, Accident Toll
: Operation DARE is a comprehensive FruehTr 30y StO NJ 84% Communism national Michael S. Andrews Irene Roundup
: analysis of Florida's GenDyn 28 Studebak 7% Key speaker for the general Davis, Beth Hargraves David Involved in accidents reported
leaders and leaders. He
agriculture its problems and i Fjnal details for Freeman's GenEl 80%.Swift 51 session Tuesday will be J. Bryan said unless Negro out-of-town I Hargraves. by the Gainesville Police Department RAJKOT. India (AP-A cyclone -

: potentials for further growth.I visit.,have not yet been an GenFds 84% Texaco 77V4 Dye 'Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale Negro and the Alachua County which roared in off the
leaders out
member of the executive committee pulled a fire-your-
Eight conferences have been nounced. Freeman will speak at GenMills 38V4 Thipkol UVi would Sheriff's office over the Arabian Sea last Thursday
Negro campaign begin.
of Agricultural
Z held covering every area of ag- a luncheon where he will be GenMtrs 88% U Carb 124 Council. He will explain Stoner said there would be no Civic Band weekend were: killed at least 27 persons.
ricultural significance in Florida introduced by Dr. York. Univer- Goodrich 49% UnitAirc 46% ,'
II This final session of DARE sity of Florida President J. Goodyr 39% UnFruit 22% how the various groups can con- march tonight by his group. ,RehearsalsBegin
office said sit
tribute to the goals of DARE. The SCLC more
(Developing Agricultural Re- Wayne Reitz will serve as Greyhnd 54% US Steel 54% in attempts were 'planned and I
Effectively) will inII toastmaster.The GulfOil 56% UnivMat
sources 12%
there be march Ne-
might a by
volve a of all previous Honw 134 WestgEl 8 Involved TuesdayRehearsals
summary has MONEY!
Cabinet member's ad- groes tonight i There: not
: conferences and look to the IntHarv 74% WinnDix 36V4
dress will climax a two day been an integrationist night for the Gainesville
: formulation of a program to IntNick 77% Woolwth 83V4 -
II I In Collision march since .
: fillly realize the state's agricultural slate of prominent state and na- Friday.Podiatry Civic Band will began Tuesday

Z tional agricultural leaders. night at 7:30 at the Gainesville Just tell us how much
Among these will be Doyle Conner Two Drivers Near Alachua Assn. High School band room. you need to pay old CIS"you Monthly 24 Cult You Monthly 24

Florida Commissioner of bills, for home im Itec'lv' P.YaI.nls ItK'V. P.ymnIS

E Driverless I I Agriculture. Charged InViolations Eight persons were shaken up PicksOfficers Townspeople and advanced university high school students pairs provements, for ,all car your re$185.00 269.00 $11.00 16.00 $428.00 537.00 $25.00 31.00

At a dinner meeting to be and one slightly injured in a seasonal expenses.
I students have been urged to 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
held on June 22 at the Holiday collision yesterday ,morning on Phone for prompt,
; COCOA BEACH (AP) Dr. participate by director Bard
5 Autos Hiker i Inn featured speaker will oe State Road 25 two miles east Seymour Leopold of Miami was Donaldson.The courteous service. Payments include inttnst and principal.

'Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Two Gainesville men were of Alachua the Alachua Coun- elected president of the Florida LOANS UP TO $600FAMILY
C. who is in ty Sheriff's office reported. band is part of the sum-
Nyle Brady,
charged with
Road Deaths yesterday reck- Podiatry Association at its 42nd
charge of science and education -less driving in unrelated inc Deputy Fred C. Duke, who annual mer recreation program spon-
meeting Friday.
M l for the U. S, Department dents. investigated, said a car driven Other officers include Dr. sored by the Alachua C o u n ty I [ :I

1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of Agriculture. by Jessie James Holloway 20, Robert A.new Guidice Gainesville School Board. Rehearsals will I

Automobiles, two of them Protz 'dieter Guenter, 23, a a Waldo construction worker secretary-treasurer. be every Tuesday and Thurs-
attempted to pass a vehicle day from 7:30: until FINANCE SERVICE, INC. I
mechanic 2602 N.E 10th Ter- p.m.
l 1 without drivers, killed at least 10 AdventistConference The organization was incor-
race, was arrested three driven by Barbara Ann Land, of Gainesville
( persons in Florida over the rectly referred to as a pediatry Two outdoor-concerts at GHS
20 Alachua she
an student as
u r weekend. Two drownings and south of Gainesville on Waldo started to make left turn. 'association in a new article Sun- will be held Thursday July 2, 204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6.4661I'
Road a
*" electrocution raised the deathjj by Florida Highway I ,
an day. and Tuesday July 21. -
Duke said the
Picks' OfficersFive Patrol Capt. Eldrige Beach. Holloway I
toll to 13.
skidded 150 feet and the Land

Beach said Guenter was driv car, 60 feet before stopping.
: One car, being repaired at at the
hundred delegates
ami by Vincent Richitelli a 34- ing at more than 90 miles an Dorthy Jean Thomas, 20, Wale
: year-old visitor from Connecticut Seventh-Day Adventist Campground hour passing cars in the face do, was taken to Alachua General -

slipped off its jack and in Hawthorne yesterday of oncoming traffic yesterday Hospital with minor inju- -
S. Banfieldas
re-elected Elder W.
ries. Other in the
2 crushed him. passengers
South Atlantic
president of the i4si
Holloway car were Jeannette
Another empty car rolled Conference of Seventh-Day Charles Curtis Chandler 36, Thomas, 17 Box '
39, Rt. 4, __
student, 4227 N.W.
H backward down a driveway at Adventists. was' 13th. St., Greenville: Betty Lou Hollo-

: Jacksonville Beach crossed a This is the ninth biennial session arrested yesterday eve-. way 19, Waldo, and Lee James

street and killed 55-year-old of the conference and the ning Sheriff's by the Alachua County Hplloway.Jr., 22, Waldo. S

I : Thomas Wingfall by pinning' 19th annual campmeeting of 'office. They said he Riding with Miss Land were :: t
him against a house. the South Atlantic Conference of approached the State Road 24- Shelba h ;
Swilly 9, and Patsy
w Seventh-Day Adventists. Ban- Avenue intersection at :,
I l H Nine year old Claira Long field was re-elected to a second high speed could not stop, Swilly Duke 15 estimated, Alachua.

, drowned while swimming in anr two-year term of office. His of- swerved around a car ran the the Land damage to
car as $350 and to the
abandoned sand pit near Jack. fice includes directing the regional -red light forced another car UIi

N sonville. Paul Hunter 43, of Mi- churches of North Carolina off the road and was.nearly hit Holloway vehicle as $600.

'... ami, drowned while attempting Georgia, and Florida. by an on coming vehicle.
to swim a' canal where he was Seven others were returnedto c MelonReport

!! fishing with two companions. office for a ,similar two-year Math Institute ,.

Jerome Parnes, 52, of Mi term: L. S. Follette secretary- f .
treasurer; Samuel Thomas, sabbath
electrocuted Award
was Sunday to Prof '
school and home missionary THOMASVILLE, Ga. The
while trying to fix ,a vacuum
f cleaner. department secretary: C. C. UNIVERSITY Federal State Market News
Cunningham educational and 'Samuel Service this morning reportedthe
Two of the other victims were missionary volunteer secretary; Sadler, 3904 N.W. 13th weekend demand for water-

pedestrians. Duane Colton, 2, Silas McClamb, publishing department Street Gainesville has been melons as fair with the market
was run over by a car at Web- secretary H. M. Mou- selected to participate in the Na- about steady. r

ster and Mrs. Mary Wheeler, 47, son, S. C. Robinson, and R. tional Science Foun d a t i ion 's Prices per ndredweight :

of Gulfport was struck down by Connor associate secretaries.The Summer Institute for College (FOB shipping points and :

another at Coleman. conference executive Methematics at New Mexico FOB delivery points): Charleston p. MIY ,
committee of 11 men was also University June 15 through Grays few Congos and Gar-
Traffic accidents took these i August 8.
elected.H. risonians 12- 16 Ibs.
average, $1
other lives i
: D. Singleton and C, E. An associate professor of to $i.25. mostly $1.25, very few :

Mrs. Margaret Rosenfelt, Sf'earold Mosley, national and world mathematics at the University higher; 17-25 lbs., $1.25 to $1.50,

) wife of a Winter Park leaders of the church were pre s-I of Florida Sadler will Be mostly .$1.50, very few higher; .

bank president, south of Tallahassee sent to supervise the election.' awarded a $600 stipend with an 26-33 lbs., $1.50 to $2, .mostly :

; Mrs. Berta Gray 85, at Both men addressed the delgates additional! $120 per dependent up $1.75 to $2, very few higher.

a St. Petersburg intersection; gathered from the four to four dependents. He will al- Few shipments rolled unsold. r

Emory' Jones, 19, of Morven states. I so be granted up to $80 travel Florida truck shipments over :

Ga., near Live Oak. More than 2,000 Adventists, expenses. the weekend totaled 1,519; 4 .. .
met Saturday at the campground weekend rail shipments from '

i. I Vera Moretz, 54, of Niceville; for a laymen's rally.I New Mexico State's Summer,'Florida totaled 174. ':' .4ct
I Shirley Irish, 36, at Tampa; The religious and instructional j' Institute in College Mathematics I The weather in Central North : 4.

J and Willie Taylor 20, of Havana phase of the meeting will con I is one of 12 being offer!Florida points was hot with '

1\\ Fla. tinue through Saturday. ed by NSF this summer.. 'scattered showers. I df".;y, 9 .
7 s f. ?

m 1 Radishes Grow Wild Over the, Beatles. I T..tiff: .

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NEW YORK (AP-Radishes)
Weight of radish and root:
like music.
I They also like some kinds of IT'S ALL FOR SCIENCE Beatle-lovers 322 per cent; the
Pons 128 cent the
group per ;
music better than others.
Dvorak division, 100 cent-
They grow better when
they didn't dig Dvorak belowground
to it. Beatles or not though, he finally World Symphony." The fourth .

They like Lily Pons operatic conceded his daughter had I tray of radishes got no music.

.j coloratura They don't quite care,well.quite as much proved something with her experiment iment Lynn a wound few days up ago the when exper-the Pons Number, 118 per of cent leaves; Dvorak above 105 Watch rat! Stare tee long at a Catalina, and next thing you kJlfJWyou're

for symphonic works. Here is what she did: radishes had reached maturity.She per cent shattering another sales record in Pontiac's best *
What they really like the most She planted four large trays I made precise measurementsas Said Professor Boshkov: "I year.

-- though !is the Beatles. with radish seeds last Decem- to leaf and root growth as was betting on Lily Pons and

_= Radishes simply go wild over ber and kept the trays near a well as the size of the eatable hoping that the Beatle radishes People like to look at big, handsome Wide-Track cars,though. And drive them. And buy them. Obviously.
] the Beatles. window would 'turn out with
sunny inside the house. scrawny
.. part of the radish. We're Pontiacs this than ever before. Catalinas, naturally. And :rempes Le Mans.
This discovery was made by They all grew in the same type She leaves and crooked roots. selling more year: -
calculated the different
..... Lynn Boshkov, 15 year old soil and got the same amountsof |rates of growth in percentages; Said.Lynn: "I bet on the Bea: Bearilles.: And Grand Prix. Each with Pontiac style. Pontiac ride. Pontiac power. Pontiac resale

daughter professor of a Columbia in a sophomore University However water and sunshine. using the radishes which had tles. "I was with them all the value. .".U.this is just what you're looking for Well, then., go ahead and stare.. Wide-Track Puttee
when the had
-. biology class experiment at suburban grown about three not been entertained as a basisof way' Ptahd IIowM__Ptee IIIIIW teal 1.acS Y...spew.*:9LVX M tar ta teat hid-w PD.*K...gK M*............t.....tents,..-.ce..M..Y..jq....
quarters of 100 per cent The.others came ,Said Lynn's mother: "I spenta
White Plains High School. an inch above the soil, Lynn out in this.fashion lot of time cleaning mud ,-
I Her father, Stefan Boshkov, started : I .. .;, r J' .. 8..your authoriztd Pontiac deals for t wide choice of Wida>Trecia and good ***d are,toe'
playing music to threeof Weight of foliage aboveground I splatters off the wall and the. r .
'i associate professor of mining the trays. u : W s -- "
: : Radishes which listened -'!living room rug. .r.Asp:
engineering, was inclined to Each in ._,
turn would -
be f" -
placedon '
t' ta The Beatles 247 j jI Lynn's
I .
Said D. Heath :
percent Charles .
: off the experiment. But hedidn't
laugh the
living room floor in frontof ; radishes in the Pons '" TROPICAL PONTIAC INC. ;.. ;:
Lily ,high school biology teacher: ., ; : : .
about .
laugh having to listen the phonograph loudspeakerand ,, -i ,
I audience 224 ,
per cent; "My,, sympathies to Professor .. \ .
I' to Beatle music around the get 45 minutes daily of es treated to the "New : : (r 220 N.W. 8th AVE., ,GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA -
house day after day.Li !'Beatles' Pons or Dvorak's "New World,Boshkov, for having had to listen .
Symphony J I .
\ per cent I to all that Beatle music. -' '" '-_: h;;......Y"'o-I ".

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Monday, June lg, 1954 Gainesville Sun 7
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I :: T They're Swimmers NowMore

r < than 250 boys and girls rett, Lynn Jarrett, Jill Lane,I I['Reaves Rob' Rutan Mark
t w
A ? 4 ws received awards at the climax Anthony Laurenzo, Jimmy Llnd- Sausman, Donnie Shirley, Henry -
of the second annual Gainesville Shirley, Leo Smith, Lee
Ben Martin, Roger Martin,
l.t Sun Boys Club Learn-to-Swim Webb Dale Witt, Rusty WilJ, DICING
,. program at the Carol Estates Tim Myers Catherine Neylans, Steve Witt, Mike Jones, Terry
... I Pool. Janet Neylans, Billy Owen, David -Harrell, Pat Purvis.

i Reaves, Florida Shaw, Phil- Volunteers presented jacketswere
Bob Tartaglione, vice president lip Slimak Barbara Sloan Bob-
", and circulation of ; : Foy Stephens, Rocky'Fla-
I the Gainesville Sun manager made by Sloan Zack Smith, Barbara nagan, Mrs. Flanagan Johnny

1 t of certificates to presentations aU!- Standridge Dennis Sullivan, Gocek, Billy McDavid, Ricky MI J.W. UHi St.
Stephens, Fred Primo.
\ fw+ the boys and girls who took part Walt Vaughn, Merrillee Wall- --
s '4k in the classes and T shirts to
brunn Billy Warner Phillip'
Y:4: : those who had attend- ONLY
k :* : perfect Whittington, Nancy Willis, Whole House Cooling with
ance at all eight sessions.

1n 1 Foy Stephens, 'swim director,I Brenda and Guy Woodard Combs.Ricky Franklin 31,500 BTUs -'

presented jackets to all the vol- NEW $1661
unteer leaders who assisted in The boy and girls receiving
You con't afford miss
the classes. The following boys certificates for completing the I to

s rt ,. and girls were awarded T- course .were: Charlotte Beck, thisQuantities Limited.
I I ; Per Month
for attendance
shirts perfect :
/V4 Sandra Boyles? John Brown,

a rrI Steve Abrams Donna Allen Randy Burfoed, Doug Cooper I
> -.I '''' T.7";Ji ij -u X'" Johnny Allen, Dobbie Boles, Riley Dean Greg Griner, Jeff;' on New Large Unit "

I; Two young ladies who spent the past two weeks learning to swim receive Ricky Beauchamp Emmett Hall, Dana Hilliard, Ronnie 1 t, cools up to 700 sq. ft.:
awards and certificates proclaiming their new-found ability. The girls are Beck, Bernard Boyles, Bonnie 'l Famous Westinghousequality.
.Lynn, 8, and Janet Jarrett, 7, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jarrett of 811 Boyles, Debbie Boyles, Danny Hilliard, William Hughes,I i SAVE S40 Reduced now

t ...... .. NJV 20th St. Making the presentation is Bob Tartaglione, of the Gainesville Burden, Deborah Chapman, Wayne Johnson, Bill Kidwell, to . . . .
Sun, which co-sponsored the Learn-to-Swim Program. (Sun photo by Eddie Charles Chapman, Sandy Cooper Brenda Kidwell, Debbie Kilgo,

Davis.) I Glenda Crenshaw, George David Leopard, Denise Markham $25995

Curtis, Susan Douglas Tommy Dennis Markham, Donna ..
I I4Hers
Douglas, Kevin Elmer Norm

Student Recital Set Tuesday; Floyd Farmer, Terry, Karen Gray Farris, Donna, Use Har- Markham Also Bruce, Gail Michaels Merritt., Donna BTUs of Cooling Comfort

graves, Patricia Hedick, Julie Mimbs, Frances Newsome, Mi-
Herritt, Mark Herriott Roberta S 0 I 0 0
chelle Paul O'Brien,
Herriott, Mike Hotchkiss 5 Year Replacement Guarantee A
Hear Linda Mary Pike, Francisca Rabell,
to SymphonyMarshall Hughes, Sandra Johnson, Complete New Conditioner in 5 Years.
Susie Johnson Frank Loomis, .Joe Robbins, John Robbins, Ma-
-- Jimmy McCarthy, Mike Mc- rianne Spann, Nancy Stephens,

Thomas, baritone, There is no charge for the Carthy, Pat McCarthy, David Mary Ann Voyles, Sharon Di-
and Nancy Royster, pianist Qie I recital and everyone is cordially McMillan, Jessie McMillan, Lice /
will appear In a student recitalin I TENING invited to attend. Martin. ane Voyles, Jerry Wyman, Stephen ._U'.: _;:_____---
the, air conditioned Medical ) I ,. Yankey, Kim Johnson,I
Center Auditorium Tuesday /\ POST rr SB's for 4-H'ers O'Brien Also Cydney Myrick, .Ellen Mark Johnson, Deborah Sheffield j
Mason Debbie
evening at 8:15. Mr. Thomas The University of Florida Powers Shane Powers Padgett,;Ivo Ra- Shelly Anderson, Erick I ; -:- : ;
will offer the song cycle "Dich- hA+v. Chuck Blackwelder I! i
terliebe," Opus 48, by Robert Summer Symphony will playa bell Kenneth Roper Danny Benson, ,I [ !.I"
sixteen the avHi special concert for the Florida Sherrets Jeff Stanford Joey Julie Browning Jackie Curry,
Schumann songs on
4-H Clubbers in University Stanford, Andrea Stevens, Darren Johnny Dishong, Sharron Dish- I
central theme of poet's love, ,I ,. ;;;;;;
Auditorium-.Thursday at 8:15. Stevens David Mike Farrell, David Fouts, 1 ;;;;;!,;mm; ;;;;;;; ;;
the of the romantic tradition Waldrop, ong, ry !;;.;;,,;; ;,, !!;;
essence The concert will be a repeat of Kent Walker Greb Webb, Pat Nancy Gregory, Wendy Hathaway ;;;;;!!.;;!;;;;;!; ";
lieder. He will
in German
I be, Mrs. the program played last Tues- ty Webb, Mark West, rSheryl Ander Holder, Susan Kent, I
accompanied by Betty
day. The public is cordially in- Wester, Steve Wyman,' R i ckey Bobby Lanier, David McCann,
Keig at the piano. vited to attend. Yankey, Danell Scarborough, John McCann, Bob McDowell, I I

Mrs. '''Royster will offer the Edward Troupin will conduct Susan Bailey, Kathy Bogel Julie -Ralph McDowell, Billy Mark- I wi

French Suite.No, 6, the E major music by three H's Handel, Burchfield, Scott Burchfield ham, Danny Markham.Also .
1 by J. S. Bach and the first Haydn, and Hindemith: The Barbara Clemens, Catherine Kim Martin Tim Mar- :

movement of the Beethoven Sonata Handel Concerto Grosso in A Corrick, Marcia DuPree, tin, Jimmy Mitchell, Donnie jJ
No. 13, in E flat major, minor Opus 6, No. 4, Haydn's Marcy Ennis Mike Gregory, Pelt, Joe Price Jr., David Red- I :
{ I Opus 27, No. 1, subtitled "Sonata Symphony No.1. in D major, Louis Hathaway, Sharon Hath- ding, Tommy Redding, Don a r M
t quasi una Fantasia.'* Mrs. and "Trauermusik" and "The away, Mark Heber, Mark Shields Matthew Tracy, Patrick i
Hendon, Ed Kennedy Roger Bruce Upham, Berry
Royster is the daughter of Dr. Hunter of Kurpfalz Who Rides Tracy,
and- Mrs. Howard K. Wallaceof I Through the Green Forest." Mr. Kennedy, Kenny Kent, JimmyLu Yeckring, Ronnie Yeckr i n g, Let show this remarkablenew
us you
I Gainesville. She studied for music education. He is currently Robert Schieber the orchestra's Cheryl Markham. Keith Craig Chuck Bounds,
Candy Hiltz, Jerry Dowdy, Walter air conditioner. Read for
two years at Randolph-Macon working toward a master's Associate Conductor will be Also Lee Marchall Gus Mel-
Woman's College in Lynchburg. degree and is a voice studentof the viola soloist in the "Trauer hert, Rodney Melchert Trudie Anderson.' David Crigler, yourself the five year replace-
Virginia, and for the past yearIn Guy B. Webb. Thomas has Wil 1 i Susan Cunha, Allicele Flanaga,I
musik. Violinists a rr Pelt, Betty Price, Luis Salazar, ment guarantee. It's the answer
the UF's Dept. of Music, also studied at McNeese State Stark and Elwood Keister and George Shaffer, Deborah Shea, Anice Flanaga, Dianne Flana, Westinghouse I-
Edith Flanaga, Manic h i to bedroom cooling for the hot
piano with Russell Danburg and College in Lake Charles La., cellist Marie Henderson wil Colleen Schank, David Schank, gan I
voice with Anna Lupikiewicz'and at the University of Miami.He play the concertino passages in Elliott Sheffield, Wayne Sloan, Garcia. summer ahead.

p : and Sarah Traverse Turner. is known In Gainesville for the Handel Concerto Grosso. ''amela Summer Scott Summer Also Robert Griffia Guy HarI I Air Conditioner

his solo appearances with the Rosyln Tartaglione, Toni vey, Dennis Jones, Mike Jones,:,
Thomas was graduated from University Men's Glee Club the Looking Ahead Tartaglione, Carol Taylor, David -Debbie Koerner, Rhonda Koer-: Plugs In like a fan

the UF Dept. of Music in Aprilof University Choir, the Choral Williams, Dan Baldwin, ner, Steve Martin Sally Jo Weighs only 59 pounds
with in The Brask-Schie-
this a major outstanding
year Union, the Concert Band and Elaina Allen, Kimberly Apple- kfenke, Alice Oyenarte, George
the Gator Variety Band. He has ber and Duo Willard Robert Brask Schieber, piano, ,viola will, gate, David Bartley, Harold Oyenarte Cindy Parslow, Gail I $ 95 Install in minutes! with
recently received favorable no- Byrd Donnie Crist, David THIS 139 new Zip Kit
R.C. FUN PARTY tice here for his solo role! in the offer a faculty concert in the Clark, Richard Coleman, Gay .s........" j'
THURSDAY cantata, "Beyond Lies God," Medical Center Auditorium Combs Bill Crosby, Chris .' I a.. VALUE Adv.r/i..d..CIS TV
''d ? .. ......,......
Tuesday evening, June 30, at ,' -
.. 10 ,A.M. by Russell Danburg to a librettoby Glaser, Mark Glaser F r e ddy
I : "Cartoon.Carnival". Helen Bell Jones, performed'8:15, performing works by Mo- Godwin, Dothna Hammers kM_a....J...t'"rid Ck.k-. 'I'
in the First Methodist Church. zart, Brahms, and Bloch. Becky Harlin, Teddy Hendricks, I\" -- I

r .: Thomas was also most effectivein Fran Hulslander, Jane Hulslander ....:r.t.:1.iIs:: : :: ... YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE
f : the role of Mack the Knifein kfWDRIVt Mike Isaac.
aI 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
the University of Florida 1963
a .-- jurnmer production of Kurt, Also Patty Isaac Janet Jar- Alt IM OCII.I CHACE and KITCHENSON
I : .;- I'LAST 3 DAYS I WeilTs "Three-Penny Opera."I .. I
I 2 Vf .R..d R1.2 FACAOM LUNCH ... .. 65c
NEW One Full Pound up I
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NOW; 3 Superb Hits! DINNER . 85c up
Student KC Sirloin ,. ALFORD'S 'II/ THE SQUARE AND 503 SW 2ND AVE.
]Map Big Twin Oscar Show
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--:.. ito/ *Best Actress* \ ,
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ida and Colombia soon may be

sors swapping under students a unique and statetonation profes- Open See 2 7:00.Lott Show As 9:30 7:45 PUT A TIGER IN YOUR

'- .. Secretary mutual of assistance State Tom pact.Adam I Lilies,SIDNEY of the POITIER Field

._- who.Initiated the program, said PAUL NEWMAN
Colombian government officials I
will visit Florida June 22-30 to I HUD

work out details of the proposed, I k ,
student exchange.A .

____"n t'Yft kETROCBLAR committee has recommended PARRISH ..... OF THE TORTOISE ..
AND THE d' ;
.-,. -. that Florida and Colombia -STARTS FRIDAY- L r.: ,.' ... 4 ,
.. FILMEDIN each offer 15 undergraduate and!I HEY THERE, .....,.. l' 1'I'" -,
rive graduate scholarships plus! I I '.. :: .
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Gainesville Sun Monday. June 15 1964

Farrell Racks Up t Yankees Whop Chisox: I

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His 10th VictoryBy

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., rM Sweep.5Game SeriesPhil

rT_ i t... rq. -' .I
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RATHET ,. produced the fireworks for the A" .

Associated Press Sports Writer : i Phillies in the opener. Briggs .... .

Houston's Dick Farrell pitches r.- ..... 1 singled twice, slammed a. double p

with a gun at his back. The .) f" drove in two runs and Linz

gun's name is Nellie-Fox. <;)_ scored twice riding home on 4 :, :__

Richie Allen's 13th homer in I
Farrell, who figures the
} ... the fourth. Hal Reniff r-i'1'
scrappy Fox is the latest weapon .." ,; ;

in his well-stocked pitching ,.: '. John Callison took over
: '
arsenal, became the first 10- : against the Mets in the night-
...,.. .;.. "';,'".' .... ,.. 'L 1 AMonJun:15:64 Are StarsBy ;
in three wih
game winner in the major /, ., cap, driving runs
; .
leagues Sunday night as he '. "tu;:-:' a homer and double. Art Ma-

scattered eight hits in a 4-1 triumph ; t....';I" <, ;:<. haffey got the*nightcap victory I MURRAY CIIASS .

over the 'St. Louis Cardi- 'I' ,iJ"k'v" with Ed Roebuck's relief help Associated Press Sports Writer

nals.A ,; !<" -: PA :, t,,,,{. after Ray Gulp posted his first i "We have been going good,

'it." | victory since April 26 in the I and we are going to get better,"

converted reliever acquired '''?; p i ., J d' 1 opener. :said Manager Al Lopez of the

from the Los Angeles Dodgersfor > ; [i Chicago White Sox shortly be. .
Cepeda and Hart who drovein fl
the premier .$125,000 price g. fore: his American League leaders ..

tag ,in the National League expansion three runs, hit consecutive ... ': started a five-game series
homers against Reds starter
draft, Farrell is in his 'with' the New York Yankees.
Jim O'Toole, 5-3 in the third in-

third and most productive sea ning. Willie Mays also figured I The White Sox now are in second

son as a starter. And that's:
heavily in the attack with a single -

where Fox, acquired from the needled into wins double, triple and three Box Scores The Yankees took care of
White Sox enters the
scored. Herbel that using just 50 hours for
Elsewhere runs Ron 4-2, a
in the NL Milwaukee -
picture."He ,
swept a doubleheader from: got the victory with an eight- Today Have sweep of the series. They completed -

keeps me bearing down," the Los Angeles Dodgers by hitter. the annihilation Sunday,

said the taking a doubleheader 8-3 and
30-year-old righthander.
identical 5-1 and the
: scores Braves Slug .
4-3 in 10 innings. -- --- J """"" "'
"He is always on back. 'New Look'NEW
my Chicago Cubs defeated Pittsburgh The Braves unloaded 11 extra-:

Farrell had a 10-20( record for 5-2. The second game of: base hits-including the 350th The double loss coupled withBaltimore's Pioneers Team

the Colts in 1962 and was 14-13 the Cubs-Pirates doubleheaderwas homer of Hank Aaron's major YORK (AP) Sports two victories over I

last' year. But with the helpful rained out. league career-and became the pages will carry a new stream- Boston put the Orioles on top The Pioneers complete in the Salt & Pepper loop at the Boys Club. Front row,

intimidation of the little second In the American League New first team in two years to sweepa lined baseball boxscores star- one game and 10 percentage from left, are Jimmy Flowers, Mike Cb asteen, Wayne Conner, Mark Schiebler,

baseman he has reached the York defeated Chicago 8-3 and doubleheader against the ing with games of Sunday,,Jun points ahead of the White Sox, Nelson Scarbrough. Mike Cassaro, Mark Lang and Danny Herrell. Back row,

first plateau en route to a 20- 4-3 in 10 innings, Minnesota took: Dodgers in Los Angeles. 14. Today' spapers will be who have dropped six straight.The from left, are Ricky Coffin, Robert Clark, Howard Rock, Doug Smith, Speedy! .

victory season with the best record Washington 6-5 and 9-2, Balti- your first look at the new com. third place Yankees Crosby, Bruce Michaels, Tim Weber and Gary McDonald. (Sun photo)'.

in the majors. more walloped Boston 10-1 and Aaron, Felipe Alou and Denis pact box that was adopted after moved four percentage points

Farrell's latest triumph was 8-1, Detroit edged Los Angeles Menke homered in the opener more than 90 per cent of the [behind Chicago, holding a seven . .

his seventh in a row and 6-5 and 6-4 and Kansas City: while Tony Cloninger, 5-5, sports' editors approved the game winning streak, longest in I

brought his record to an eve- downed Cleveland 6-5 in 10 in- Oliver pitched slammed a five-hitter. Gene change. The new box is designed -I the majors this season.

opening 10-1. It also extendedthe nings and 32. a bases-empty while
to save retaining -
homer and dou- Great
a run-producing PitchingThe
Cardinals' skid. St. Louis I Lone Run
ble in the while Bob the essential informa- Yankees First Game D. Lee faced 3 men In 3rd. First Game
now has lost four straight''and Farrell struck out nine and nightcap rampaging rendered BALTIMORE BOSTON HBP-By Rakow (Fregosi). T-2:44. CHICAGO NEW YORK

18 of its last 24 while falling: walked two, allowing the Cardinals' Sadowski, .Dan Schneider, and tion.The include the White Sox attack so Saverme cf abrhbi 5 1 0 Schilling 2b abrhbi 4010 Second Game abrhbi abrhbi
changes : H'shb'ger cf 4 0 1 Kubek
Denny Lemaster combined to major ineffective it might take Lopez Aparicio ss 6140 Manti'la! If 4010 LOS ANGELES DETROIT ss 3000
into eighth place, 6% games behind only run in the sixth when Weis 2b 3OllRlchdson2blOll
who doe Bowens rf 6' 2
relief cf 4010
1. A pitcher : Conigliaro abrhbi
check the Dodgers on seven the rest of the year to find it. abrhbi Ward 3b 4000 Maris rf 4000
National Bill and Siebern Ib 3211 Stuart
White Ken Ib 4010
League leading tripled Boyer Pearson cf 5010 Lumpe 2b 3111
Nicholson If
3 0 0 Mantle cf
not come to bat will not be
Chicago managed only 28 hits in Robinson 3b 4341 Thomas rf 4010 Smith If SIl2Brownlf
Philadelphia. singled. Al Spangler providedthe 300 Robinson rf 4 0 0 0 Lopez pr-lf 0 0 0 0
hits.Billy listed in the batting summary the Brandt If 5 1 2 Williams 3b 3000 Fregosi ss 401 Thorn's ph-if 200 Hansen ss 3100 If-cf 3100
The Phillies swept a double-' runs Farrell needed with Cowan and Lou Brock series and scored only 10 Adair 2b 5033 Bressoud ss 4010 Clinton rf 4010 Kalme rf 410 0 McCraw Ib 4122 Howard C 4 1 t 2
However his name will Jrown c 5110 Tillman c 4131 Rodgers c 4120 Cash Ib 300
appearin runs. Carreon c 1000 Pepitone Ib
header from the New York Mets two sacrifice flies, the last cap- slammed two-run homers as the McNally p 4000 Lamabe p 1000Melias I Power Ib 3112 Demetsr cf 4132 Fisher p 1000 Linz 4b 3121 4333

9-5 and 4-2, boosting their lead ping a three-run fifth inning up- Cubs whipped the Pirates.: Dick the pitching names'summary.hitter The White Sox came close to Malzone ph ph 1 1010 0 0 0 I Green Torres ph eb 3000 lOlOWert3b McAtl>ffe ss lOll 2110 Landis ph 0000 Daley p 20 2 1 lBaumann

over second-place San Francisco rising that put it away against Ellsworth, 8-5, had a four-hit. 2. The pinch averting the sweep but couldn't Jones ph 1000 Knoop Jb lilORoarkec 4110 Buford ph p 1000 0000Reniff p 2110

to one-half The Gi-Bob Gibson 5-4. shutout until the ninth when and pinch runners will continue hold off New York in the ninth Totals 4310170 Totals 33110-I Latman p 3010 McLain p 2 0 0 0Klrkp'k M'Ne'y ptK 1100
game. I the 81Ihmor. ... .. ....-. ." 021 021 022-10 I ph 1010 Brut n p-t 0 1 0 0 Martin ph-c 1000
ants' rode homers by Orlando John Briggs, starting his first Gene Freese accounted for the to appear in batting.sum- inning of Sunday's nightcap. Boston .. .... _. .. .. .... .. _OOP CIO OOP- 1 Fox a 1010' Totals 30 3 4 Jfotals 321111
Totals 37 .11 4 Totals 32 6 I
Cepeda and Jim Hart to an 8-2 major league game because of Pittsburgh runs with a two-run mary but the explanatory lines Trailing 3-1, the Yankees scored E-Schilling. DP Baltimore 1. LOB- Chicago ... .......... .. .. on 100 000-3
Los Angeles ._., ....., .-. COO 022 000-4 New York . .... .. .
escribing what the pinch hitter I Baltimore 11. Boston 8. .. ........ .. ... ... 040 200 1111'-1
CincinnatL to Wes homer. twice with the aid of shortstopRon Detroit 020 000 40x-6
victory over a leg injury Covington .
I 28 Brandt Adair. Bres.s ud, Stuart.Spanswlck : I -_-.'..Hh. "".'OA...."_. .".' .. ,..,____ .I. ., _\/11_ **
or pinch runner did will be elim Hansen error, then won 3B Aparicio Robinson. HK KODm' Latman. DP-Detroit 1. LOB-Los I Chicago 5, New York 4. "
son (7), Bowens (5). Tillman (5). SB- Angeles 7, Detroit 9. 2B-Weis, Linz, Mantle.
mated. The designation, "ph" or it in the 10th on Joe Pepitone'srun.scoring Aparicio 3. Brown. S-McNally. SFSie- 2B-Demeter 2. HR-Smith 1, Power 1. 3B McCraw. HR McCraw
I National I'" "pr" will appear after the name single. berne IP H R ERBESOMcNally SF-Lumpe. IP H R ERBBSO S-Kubek. SF-Weis. IP Pepitone.

in this manner. Another highlight of the five- W. 5.4 9 10 1 1 1 4I i Latman, L, 25 .. 6 6 5 4 2 1 Pizarro, U 7.3 ... .2 5.H PERIl 1 0 0
'" Lamabe, L. H 4 10 5 4 1 I I Belmsky ... ...... 1-3 0 1 1 2 0 Fisher
:smUll pn J. u u U doubleheader day was the 30 Earley .. . .. ..1 0 0 0 0 1 R. Lee ........... 12-32 0 0 1 1 Baumann -----------4. .. .2 3 2 2 1 2

CINCINNATI! SAN FRANCISCO Second Game Milwaukee ................. 040 000 100-5 If this player remains in the home runs that were hit_ .. in the. -Heffner ----------2 2 ! McLain Lolich, W.,. ............ 6 7. 1 5 Daley. W, 2.2 .. .. 6 4 3 3 2 .3 2 4 1 3 1.
U 6-5 1 0 0 0 0
-------I 1 .. .
abrhbi abrhbi NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA I Los .. ... ...... ... 000 000 100 1 Reniff 3 0 0 0 0
Angeles .. .. ... ... 4
Klaus 2b 4111 Ku.rnrf-If '4020 ab r h bi abrhbl game the designation is: league. That tied the majorleague Gray . ... ...1 3 2 2 1 2 Fox 2 0 0 0 0 I Daley._faced 1 man in 7th.
E-Maye Parker. DP-Los Angeles 2. Lamabe faced 4 men in 5th.WP faced 3 men in 7th. .
Harper If 4000 McCovey If 3110 Hickman cf 5122 T.Taylor 2b 4020 LOB-Milwaukee 2, Los Angeles 92B Smith ph-3b 201 0 record set June 10, 1962.Minnesota's Spanswick. 12:48.Second HBP-By Latman (Lumpe). T-2:19. A 1iI7.
Pinson cf 3 0 2 0 J. Alou rf 0100 Hunt 2b 4010 Rolas cf 4221 16233.
Coleman Ib 3000 Mays cf 4331 Gonder 301 Callison rf 4123 -Maye, Oliver. Sadowski Boiling. 3. The total of putouts and as- laden Came I Second Game
HR 4. -
-Oliver. power CHICAGO
Robinson rf 4000 Cepeda Ib 2212 ChrEpherrf4000AtIen 3b 3000 IP H R ERBBSO eliminated. BALTIMORE BOSTONab First Game NEW YORK
will be
4120 Hart 3b 4123 Kranepo'l Ib 3 0 0 Cater If 4010 sists Twins led the onslaught in their abrh bi- ebrlibf
Edwards ,
Sadowski ......... 213 1 0 0 3 0 r h tu abebbI MINNESOTA WASHINGTON McCraw
Cardenai ss 4 0 1 0 D'venport 2b 3 0 0 1 C.Smith 3b' 4 0 1 Sievers Ib '400 0Steph'son Double will be listed Ib 5010 Boyer ss 5010
4. plays 2b 1000Apariclo abrhbi
6-5 Brandt 5012 Jones abrhb
Schneider W 1-1 5 4 1 1 0 4 and 9-2 victories over Wash- cf Buford Ib 4010
Boros 3b 4011 Halter c 4000 If 4 0 0 Triandos c 4010 Lemaster .. .... 1 2.3 2 0 0 0 2 ss 3020 Conigliaro If 4 0 2 0Savne Versalles ss 4 1 1 1 Zimmer 3b 4000 Weis 2b 1000 Rich-son 2b 4001
O'Toole p 0000 Pagan ss 4000 Samuel ss 4120 ss 4000 Reed.L,0-l .. ... 5 5. 4 1 2 numerically and not with ington. The Orioles clobberedthe ph-ss 2 0 0 0 Y'trze'ski cf 4 0 1 0 Oliva rf 4120 Skowron ph 1000 Robinson rf 4 1 2 Lopez rf 5020
Ellis p 1000 Herbel p 3000 Jacksonp 2010 Mahaftey p 210 Brewer ....... 2 2 1 1 0 2 of' players thus: DP Red Sox and Bowens rf 4000 Stuart Ib 3000 Rollins 3b 3111 Bas'ame 2b 5 0 1 1 Ward 3b 0 Mantle ef 3000
Queen ph 1010 R.Taylorph l000Roebuckp 1000 Miller .. ..... ... 2 1 0 0 0 1 names 10-1 8-1, Kan- Siebern Ib 3210 Thomas rf 2000 Killebrew If 3223 Hinton If 5010 I Stephens cf 4000 3tlOMoorert 0100
Keough ph 1000 Altman R.Smith ph 1010 0000 T-2.30. A-47,128. New York 2, Detroit 1. sas City edged Cleveland 6-5 in Robinson 3b 3 1 0 0 Mantilla 3b 3110 Hall cf 4000 King rf 3000 Nicholson If 31 1 Howard Tresh If c 4120
Rose ph 1000 pr 4222 Bressoud ss 2001 Allison Ib 4111 Ib 4121
Adair 2b Phillips 3000
Totals 3322 Totals 34494 5. will continueto 10 and and H'sh'ger cf 2000 Peplton Ib 5,1 2 1
Triple plays innings 3-2 Detroit
Night Game Clmoll If 4211 Nixon c 3000 Battey c 4 0 0 Brumley c 4 0 1 0 Hansen
ss 3 0
Totals :34 2 i.2 Total 31 I 7 0 0 Llnz 3b
New York ... .. .... .... 000 000 200-2 ST. LOUIS HOUSTON be listed full thus: Triple Los 6-5 and Brown c 3111 Tillman 0000 Kindall 2b 4010 Lock cf 4110 MNertneyc40lo5heon 3 GOO
Cincinnati ................. 000 000 011-2 Philadelphia ............. 200 010 l x-4 abrhbi abrhbi in squeezed by Angeles Estrada p 1000 Connolly p 2000 Stange p 2000 Bnnkman ss 4 3 3 1 Martin COO 0 0 Maris p 2040
San FrancIsco ......._..... 303 000 20x-l E-Samuel. Philadelphia 1. LOB- Flood cf 4000 Lillis ss 3111 playJones, Smith and Brown. 6-4. Gaines ph 1 0 0 Williams 3b 1010 Perry p 2000 Narum p 0000 Peters p 4000 Gonzalez ph ph 1001 1000

E-Cepeda, Cardenas. DP-Cincinnati 2. New York 9, Philadelphia 7.2BMatiatley. Groat ss 4010 Fox 2b 4010 6. Errors and extra base hits Hall p 1001 Totals M 1 S 1 Valentine ph 1 1 1 3 Totals 31i3 T* als 37 410 4
Totals 34 8 I 7 Hannan 1010
White Ib 4l30Whitecf 0000 p Two out when
San Francisco 2. LOB-Cincinnati 7. San Callison. HR-Hickman Linz Hits winning run scored.
Francisco 4. (6). Callison (6). Boyer 3b 4021 Sp'gter cf-If 2002 will be grouped by teams, thus: Baltimore ... .. ... .. ... 010 000 025-0 K'dy ph-3b 2010 C lIiClgG ..*. .. .
James rf 4000 Bond If 4000 Juan Pizarro suffered his .. ... .. .. Totals 34 6 I 4 Totals' 37 5 10 5 : 000 003 000 0-3
2B-Hart. Mays, Edwards. 3B-Mays.HR IP H R ER BBSO Boston 000 DOG 010-1 New York. .. _.,.__.. ., _
Skinner If 3000 Kasko ss 0000 2B Mays, Cepeda, Hick- .. ..... .. .. ooo QM ics 1-4E
-Cepeda (7). Hart (6). Klaus (2). Jackson, L, 3-9 6 7 3 3 0 3 I Minnesota 212 CM 010-6
SF-Davenport. Bearnarth __ 2 2 1 1 1 1Mahatfey McCarver c 4 0 1 0 Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 1 0 Kranepool. third loss in 10 decisions in the E-CImoli. Mantilla Conigliaro. DP -, Washington .. ..... .. 003 010 001-5DP -Hansen 2, Linz DP-Chicago. 1, New
Javier 2b 2 0 1 Roberts Ib 3110 man, Baltimore 3, Boston 1. LOB-Baltimore 3 York 1. LOB-Chlcaoa
IP H R ERBBSO W 6-26236 2 2 2 2 opener. Howard and Phil Linz I J0. New York 10.
O'Toole U 5-3 ... 1 1.3 4 3 3 2 1 Roebuck n. ...2133 0 0 0 2 Clemens ph 1 0 0 Staub rf 2100 7. The player's total home Boston 2. -Washington 1. LCS-Minnesota 3, 28-RobinSOft, Buford, McCr.Wt Lopez.
Ellis .. ... .. ... 32-3' 3 3 1 1McCool 1 HBP-By Mahaffey, (Hunt). WP-Jack. Buchek 2b 1000 Bateman c 3111 rocked him for two-run homersin I. 2B-Siebem CImoli Mantilla, Williams. I Washington 2B 7. I II HR-Nlcholson (9). SB-HerShberger.
.......... 2 1 2 1 1 3 son. T-2.15. 'A21020. Gibson p 2000 Farrell p 3010 runs for the season will be givenin the second. Linz added solo -Hall. ,SF-Bressoud.. (19), -Allison Rollins Oiiva. HRr-KHIebrew 2 I oyer. S-Tresh. SF-Richardson.
a IP H R ER BBSO (14), Verselies ,
.... ...... Gagliano ph 1000 (5) Valen'ine IP
Duren .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 I H R
parentheses after his total for Estrada, W 1-1 .. 5 1 0 0 1 3 (3), Brinkman .. .. ERBBSO
(3) Peters
First Game Warwick ph 1000 ,,.., .
... $3.3
Herbel I. W, 4 2 t I 2 2 2 2 homer in the eighth. -93 3
Hall .. .. A A 1 0 0 0 IP H R ERBBSO Nilhelm, .
T-2:33. A 32,119. MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES Totals 35 1 11 Totals 27 4 6 4 thus '" L. D-4 .. 1 0 .)" 'f .
-- the same : Connolly U 1-4 .. 71.3 5 :3 0 0 6 Stange, W, 3-4 '" .5 2.3 6 4 4 I 4 lAossl .. .. r 1
cf abrhbi abrhbiAlou St. Louis .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ooo 001 000-1 2 Baltimore moved into first Heffner .. . .. 1 0 22 2 1 Perry .. . ... 31-3 4 1 i i 4 S heldon .. 0 1 0 0 0
HR ((15))
NEW YORK First Game PHILADELPHIA Cline cf 4122 0000 Wills Gilliam ss 2b 4010 4000 Houston _.. .... .._. .._. 100 030 OOx-4 Mays I prace behind the five-hit pitching Radatz .. ..'. .. 2-3 3 3 2 1 1 Narum, L, 6-4 '" 2 4 5 S 0 1 Mikkelsen ::::..: 0* -5 i 0 3 3 .4 fKeniff .'
abrhbi abrhbi Boiling 2b 5 0 2 0 W.Davls cf 4000 8. The names of umpires are, PB-Nixon. T-2:31. A-20,853. Kidzik ..... ..... 1 1 0 0 0 Williams/ :.... .. 2 ''r b 0' -,0 J'
'E-Fox. DP-St. Louis 1. Houston 1. of Chuck Estrada and Dick tennan ........ 2
H'kman cf-fl 4000 Briggs If 4232 1 Aaron rf 4112 Moon rf 3000 LOB-St. Louis 9. Houston 3. being eliminated. First Game .Ie..II...... ... .4. 1 9 5 w. 3-2 .. i 0 0 0 1 0
4 Herrnst'n Ib 5 0 0 1 Torre c 4 0 0 0 Davis If & i i v 0
Kranepo'l IB 2 2 1 4110 LIMIs. Hall in the nightcap. Estrada 'In '''
2B Roberts. 3B-White.
Hunt 2b 3120 Callison rf 4011 Carty If 3010 Roseboro c 3000 SF- KANSAS CITY CLEVELAND Narum faced 3 men in 3rd. faced rm'a nToth'18'1' '' AAOS5
ChrYpherrfallOAItvll 3b 4222C. Maye ph-lf 1000 Parker Ib 3021 Spongier 2. pitched the first five innings, abrhbi abrhbi fj HBPBy Narum CRolllns), by Rldzik T-3:24. A..37lPair .
I IP H R ER BBSO (Killebrew '
Smith 3b 3 1 1 Gonzalez cf 4120 Oliver Ib 4010 Griffith 3b 3010 Causey ss 5131 Howser ss 4231 ) WP-Narwn, Perry. T-2.38
..... Set for his first
Gibson L.5-4 6 6. 4 2 2 Lineup enough victory Mathews cf 4000 Davalillo cf 4121
Smith If 3000 T.Taylor 2b 4222 Mathews 3b 4 0 0 Willhite p 1000 .
.. ... .
Taylor 2 0 0 0 0 0 Charles 3b 4 1 2 Wagner If 5000 Second Game
Ste'on ph-cf 1000 Amaro 2b 0000 Menke IS 4121 Howard ph 0000 since 'May 21 1963. 'Jerry Adair
.. ,
Farrell, W, 10-1 f I 1 I 2 Colavito rf 4200 Romano c 2010 MINNESOTA WASHINGTON of Ncw-
McMillan ss 2 0 1 1 Dalrymple c 3 0 1 0 Cloninger p 3 2 1 Trace'ski pr 0000 T-2:12. .
drove in two for the Orioles Gentile Ib 5124 Grant 0000 abrhbi
runs pr corbEl

Samuel ss 2000 Wine ss 3 1 0 CCanzaro Fairly ph 0000 In Net Versalles
PlayBy IOllChencerf-1b401l ss 5 1 2 0 Brink'n
Bryan c ss 4010
3000 Short 1000
R.Taylor ph c 1000Covt0il p ph 0000 Totals 355105 Totals 29151 CHICAGO giving him five for: the Tartabull pr 0 0 0 OWhitfield Ib 3000 Olive rf 5011 Kennedy 3b 3121 '
abrhbi abrhbi FS Rollins Teams
3b in
Cisco p 1011 Roils( pr 0100 Milwaukee, ... ........ .. 002 000 102-5 Alley ss 4000 Stewart ss 4110 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I day. Edwards If 5000 l000Franconaptll000Alusik Smith rf 1000 Killebrew If 5110 l2llSkowron Hinton If 3000 Loop
Gonder ph-c 2000 Culp p 2000 Los Angeles ....... ....... 000 Oil 000 1E Bailey If 4010 Brock rf 4112 Green 2b 4120 Alvis 3b 4111 Mlncher Ib 0000Lockrf Ib 3021
Totals 33 5 0 5 Totals 34 f 11 0 France and Brooks Robinson and Luis 4020
Great Britain
Clemente rf 41 0 Williams 4010 vs. Allison ib-lf
Drab'sky l0003rOwt2b 4000 3231 Leppert Over
Griffith. W. DP 40
.... ............... Davis. Milwaukee Freese 3b 4120 Hall C 4000 boys showed.. for
New York .000 400 010Philadelphla 2. Los Angeles 2. LOB-Milwaukee I. Los ,4ll2Santo Sweden vs. West Germany.: Aparicio each lashed four hits Pfister p 1000 Donovan p 3100 cf 4122 Hunt ct 4110 jlp :
"_ ._ ... 102 300 3ta-f Clenden'n Ib 4 0 1 0 Banks Ib 3010 Lau ph 1000 Goryl 2b 2000 Cottier 2b the
Angeles 4. Jaycee
Mazer'skl 2b 4 0 0 0 A'fitano 2b 4000 in the Robinson hit ,a K'dall 3010 player pool sessionat
E-Cannlzzaro. Hunt LOB New York 2B-Alou Carty. Boiling, T. Davis. HR That's the line-up for next opener. Totals 3t 410 6 Totals 1* 5 I 4 pr Jb 201 1 Cheney p 1 0O0

4. Philadelphia 3. -Alou (6). Menke (6), Aaron (I). S- Pagharoni Virdon cf c 3000 2 C 1 0 Cowan Bertell c cf 3112 3111 month's play in the semifinalsof home -run, a triple and two sin- Kansas City . ... ... 300 000 001 1-4 Zim Kaat man c 4131 Duckworth p 1 0 0 0 the Boys' Club. The nine and
2B C. Smith. Cisco. KranpooWCallison Cloninger. Cleveland r. . .... >!. WO loo o-SE lll2Zimmerph 1000 :
Blass 2000 Ellsworth 3 0 1 0
Briggs. 3B-Taylof. HR-Krane- IP H R ERBBSO p p the 'European Zone Davis gles while Aparicio collected a Valentine ph 1 0 0 0 ten year .old

pool (2). .Allen SF (13).C.SB Smith- Briggs. SDalrymple. .Willhite Cloninger.L.W 2-4; 5.5'. 4 7 5 2 1 2 1 3 0 3 Mota Totals ph 32262 1000 Totals 32595 Cup tennis competition after a 'triple and three singles and DP--Pfister Kansas, Hawser City 2.Donovan LOB -Wagner.Kansas j MInnesota' Totals ..40. ..9.15'....._..Totals. .1M204H19M1 32292 'great that ,two response was so
I ..... Pittsburgh ... . . 000 000 002-2 ,. 7. I Washington ........:.. .. teams, the Angela .
IP H R ER BBSO Miller ..2 0 0 0 2 1 weekend France stole three bases. City 7 Cleveland 000 010-2
.. ....._.. . saw over-
.. ..... Chicago 000 021 lox-JE HR Alvis (7), Gentile E-None.
Cisco L .3-7 .......31366 6 31 Ortega 23 2 1 1 2 0 33 Howser. DP-Mlnnesotl 3. L08-Mi".. and the \\11ite'w:
Beamarth _......22-3 2 0 0 01 Brewer ......... 11-30 0 0 0 1 -Alley. DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Pittsburgh -come 2-0 deficit to 'defeat South The Twins' Harmon Kille- (13). SB Charles. S Mathews Ora- I n esota .. Washington 7. {
Wakefield .......2 3 3 3 03 Perranoskl ..... 1 1 2 0 0 0 4. Chicago S. bowsky. Davalillo. 2B-Allison Verulles Ollv. Cotllpr. added to the
Short ............4 54 4 24 I Willhite faced 1 man in 5th. SB-Clemente. Bailey. HR-Cowan (9), Africa 3-2, Britain edge Yugo- brew> pounded three homers, giving IP H R ER BBSO I H.H (3). Kut (2). Seminole League.
.... WP-Clonlnger 2. Brock (2). Freese (5). Drabowsky ......4 6 3 3 2 3 J Allison (1.5). SFHall,
Culp.' W._ 2 5 .5 31 1 OS i T239. IP H R ERBBSOBlass. layia 3-2, West Germany down him 20 for the season. He Pfister 21-3 0 3 2 IP Kennedy H Charlie Dobbs, club program-
WP Short. T-2-SI. R Eit IS
Second Game L. 3-3 .. .. 61-3' 5 4 2 6 Denmark 4-1 and Sweden turn hit two in the first game while Grzenda ::::::::: 1.3 1 = : 1 C I lat.W3. .. ..,9 9 2 7 > SO L 'director
MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES Green 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 ..,, ... 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 :C3heney L, 1.J. 3 1.3 4 3 invites all boys who
abrhbi abrhbi Butters ._, _. 1 0 0 0 0 1 ,back Italy 3-1 with the final Bob Allison and Zoilo Versalles ;:;a.ooW, '4-3 .:2 1 0 0 0 2 SET" .. .. .. 2 1-3.s 4 3- 1 0 0
Alou cf.If 401 Wills as 5010 I Ellsworth, W. 159 6 2 2 1 6 'match canceled because of rain. Fred Valentine Donovan .. .( ( 5 3 1 3 I .. ...... 11.3. 1 1 I 2 2 were unable. to attend the initial l
300 Club Mathews 3b 4000GilIian,2b 3000 T-2.04. A 27.901. added one each. -Abernathy. L. 2.. 2 2 1 1 0 2 I Bridges .......... 2 2 1 1 a 2 baseball sessions .
Aaron rf 4 0 2 0 W. Davis cf 4010 homered with two aboardfor Drabowsky faced 3 men in 5th; Donovan ?BP-By Duckworth (Goryl!); by Kaat to report to
M.ye If 4110 Moon rf 3000 faced 1 man In ,th. C(:Skowron)1 by Ridzik (Zimmerman). wp the regular Friday
Cline cf 0 0 0 0 T. Davis If 4000 the Senators. HBP By_Donovan (Cola lito). WP- :-Cheney. T-22. A-lo.ico_ player pool.
SwinunersScore Torre c 4000 Parker Ib 4000 ponovan. T-3:oo. sessions. Boys'were added to
Major Minnesota also clouted four
Ib 4222 Griffith 3b 4130
Menke ss 4000 Camilli c 4010 STANDINGS homers in the nightcap including Second Game leagues. For the. benefit ot

WellST. Bolting Sadow.klp 2b 2110 ll13Howardpi Reed p 0000 100 league] Allison's 15th. The, Twins KANSAS CITY abrhbi CLEVELAND abrhbi Clark Wins team captains these names wilt

Schneider p2000Wall, ph 011 thrown out Causey ss 4010 Howser ss 4010 be posted on the Boys Club bulletin -
Johnny Goryl was
McMullen pit 1 0 Mathews cf 4120 Davalillo cf 4 0 0 0
Totals 33 515 Totals 34171 of the game in the sixth after Charles 3b 4010 Wagner If 4000 In board. I
AUGUSTINE The 300 NATIONAL Colavito rf 401 Romano c 4111
: L Pet. G.,. L PC?. G.B charging and punching pitcher Gentile Ib 1001 Alvis 30 3100 The
Club swim team of Baltimore 2104 -- rosters of the two new
Gainesville 34 21 .610 Philadelphia 32 Edwards C 3000 Chance Ib 4020 -
Crouse Chicago 31 20 .600 1 San Francisco 33 23.sat Vi Jim Duckworth who hit him Bryan ph-c 1000 Grant pr 0000 teams:
picked up 15'ribbons in the invitational TopsBowling New York 32 21 .604 1 Cincinnati 30 25 .545 3 with a pitch. Duckworth was Alusik If 3110 Smith rf 2010 FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium -
I Minnesota 32 26 .552 3 Pittsburgh 29 27 -511 4V* 7b AP
meet hereO reen 411 2rancona ph 1010 ) It's becoming
\ r the. Meet Boton 29 29 .500 6V1 Milwaukee 30 28 .517 4ChIcago ',* fined O'Don'hue p 4 0 0 0 Brown 2b 2010WhitTield almost I Angels: Captain Don Johnson -
weedend. Cleveland! 27 27 .500 6%* 27 27 .500 5V Cleveland 27 27 .500 6 Los Angeles M 30 .483 6 Take Pair John p 1011 lose the Grand co-captain Jimmy Fountain -
Seven-year-old Bonnie ORLANDO Detroit 25 29 .463 fV* St. LOUIS 21 30 M3 4V) Moran ph 1000 of Belgiumauto Thomas McCullum
Broy- AP-After three Washington 26 35 .426 11 Houston 27 32 .458 0 Home runs decided both of Azcue ph 1100 race. Steve
les, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. weekends of competition and Los Angeles 24 36 .400 12 4 New York 29 40 .322 16Yesterdly's Totals 20373 Totals 32282 Crosby, Jim McMillan Tony
Kansas City 20 36 J57 14Yostrdes the between the Athletes The world ,
Arthur Broyles, won the 25-me- with two more to go. Howard Results games Kansas City .. .. ... .. ooo 001 200-3 driving championwon Lindsey, Jerry Green' Michael
Results Philadelphia 9-4, New York 5-2 and the Indians. Jim Gentile Cleveland ... .. lie 001 000-2E the.race for the third
ter freestyle in :18.6. She also,,Grouse of Winston Salem, N. C., Minnesota 6-9. Washington 5-2 i Milwaukee 5-5. Los Angeles 1-1 who previously knocked in -None. DP-Kansas City 1, Clew-I straight Daugherty. Jack Bouleware

placed second in both the 25-me !leads the all-event division of New York 1-4. Chicago 3-3. 2nd game' Chicago 5. Pittsburgh 2, 2nd game three connected in the land 1. LOB-Kansas City 7. C year Sunday after David Blosch! Thomas $:
10 !innings postponed rain runs 2B-Colavlto. HR-Romano ('). Green I American Dan Gurney and Briton waoonfc
ter butterfly and backstroke and .the Southeastern Men's Bowl Baltimore 104. Boston M San Francisco I, Cincinnati 2 I 10th inning of the while (.). S-.John, Brown SF-Gentile. Graham -Harry Walko, and David Vick-
Houston 4. St. Louis NTocIly's opener Hill who
U had
Detroit 6-4, Los Angeles 5-4 H R ERBBSO
the 25-meter breaststroke. ing Tournament
with .
Miss a score of Kansas City .6-3. Cleveland 51st Dick Green hammered a two- O'Don'hue, w. 3-411-3 7 2 2 1 4 wen ahead of Clark all the
Broyles broke the existing meet 1,937. same 10 InnIngsTedars Games Wyatt 2-3 f 2 way I cry.White
Cincinnati (Purkey 3-3) at San Francisco run homer in the seventh for John, L. 25 (13 7 3 3 3 1 ran out of gas-literally-with Sox:
and state marks in the butterfly i Al Norris of St. Petersburg is Games (Hendley $-A) the McDowell 2-3" I e Ii Captain Johnny
second-game triumph. the
St. Louis (Hobble 1-3) at Houston McMahon _.. .. 2 0" finish line almost within :: Shepherd
0 1 co-captain
and backstroke second at Chicago (Buihardt 5-3 or Talbot 1-0) 3 Mickey
1.933 and
although Tom Jafekof (Nottebart 1-7). night .
homer had HBP-By O'Donotfx Ah/is. SP John, sight.
John Romano's -
at Baltimore (Roberts 4-3) night McGuire
(Only games scheduled) Johnny Martin Jack
McDowell. .
Greenville T2:27.JD.C13. ,
finishing second. S.C., third at 1926. Minnesota Sligman 3-4) at Cleveland the Indians brief 2-1 I
In the (Ramos 3-4). night Tomorrow! Games given a Fin Game Clark, in a Lotus-Climax was l McGuire, Lanny Waugh, Mike
Miss Broyles and sister Fran division, Bob Los Angeles (Chance 4-2) at Washington Cincinnati at San Francisco N lead in the sixth. LOS ANGELES DETROIT in third place with two Price, Pete Slaymaker
McGrew of Orlando leads (Rudolph Ml. night Philadelphia at Chicago laps to go I Mike
ces, age 5, took part in the with (Only scheduled) The the second atrfcW abrhbi in the
723, followed games Milwaukee at Los Angeles N Tigers won Ptersall H 5121 Lump* 2b 3110 280.362 mile classic when Holder Warren Cobb. Cliff Gil-
special event 8 and under 100- by Arnold Johnsonof St. Louis at Houston N Don Demeter's two- Rodgers c SOiIBrown If 3211 Gurney land
Rossvffle :Tomorrow' Games New York at Pittsburgh N game on Koppt out of Costa Mesa, Chris Michael and Tim
Ga. 0000 Kaline
with pr rf
meter mixed freestyle and med 721, and Kansas City at Detroit. 2 twi-night run double in the four-run sev FregasI ss 3010 Cash Ib 3000 4123 Calif., driving a Climaxpowered Meyers.
ley relays and were third in I with 712. Savannah Ga., Los Angeles at Cleveland Washington N L Pet. G..., enth. The blow came off reliever Clinton Adcock rf ID 3111 4120 Freehan Demeter c cf leSs 4010 Brabham, unexpectedly I

both. Other swimmers in these Boston Chicago at at New Baltimore York,z.2,twi-nigtit twknight Toronto Jacksonville 32 35 J3 21 Jit.625 -JH Bob Lee, who also was the Perry Torres cf 3b 4IlIMCAutifeUIlSI 3110 Wert 3b 2100 pulled over to the pit. Allen

events were Jane Stainsby and Syracuse 21 21 .571 3\4 victim of Dick McAuliffe's P'rscnph.cflIIlLolidip 0000 This enabled Hill to barrel WinsSAN

James Powell.In Best Crowd FLORIDA STATE- WLPCI.G.LEAGUE ,. I Rochester Buffalo 25 27 26 23.521.509 4 tV eighth-inning homer which won. McBride Knoop 26 p 0000 4122 Bruton Rakow p If 0000 1000, into the lead in his BRM, but

Ft Lauderdale I Richmond 25 30 .455 9V) Green seconds JOSE, CALIF. (AP) -
other events Miss Stains- 35 20 UUt. Columbus the openre. pit 1500 later. Hill also was ,
22 31
I U'J liV
Petersburg 35 23 .6C3 IV) Osnsidp 2010 South
by was sixth in the 25-meter I CLEVELAND AP-The big- DaytoN 8e1d32 U.71 3Viakeland Atlanta IS :34 .306 16Safirday's .* Jimmy PiersaD, Bobby Knoop) Smith ph 1000T forced to stop- and Clark took____ : naw Bill Allen of Orlando.
best home 33 25.s 30t I .t.b M 5 II 4 Total 21673 I Fla., fought off a desperate
crowd of Results over.
Banks thirdin the and Joe.d homered for
freestyle Judy season Sarasota
was 27 2t.A82 IVt
Toronto 3-0. Jacksonville __ I LeI AI :
0-3 S tu no Uii challenge by the veteran Don-
the60-meter; backstroke and turned out to watch the Cleve- I Miami Tampa 25 33 .431 im Buffalo 7. Atlanta 2 the Angels in the nrst lame. Delved sue ll-s Gurney and Hill said after
22 14V
36 .379 *
butterfly for girls 11-12; Jenny and-Kansss City doubleheaderand Orlando II 37 J27 17 Catombus Syracuse X 7.Richmond' Rochester IYesterday's 6. U innings E-Knoop. DP-Los Angeles J, Detroit the race that they had not Carter of St. Louis, Mo., to win
J. LOB Los 9, the Professional Bowlers
Angeles Detroit i. Association
club because
Banks was third in the 50-meter officials credited the Yesterdays Rcwtts SPURT MIXED DOUBLES 28-Clinton. Katir MR-Pierutt (JJ. stopped of any mechanical -

freestyle sixth in the 50-meter- attendance of 30,013 to bats. Fort Lauderdal 3, St.:Petersburg I Buffalo 6-4, Atlanta 0-1 Results W LHargrove Knoop (51, Adcock (7) KaJInt (,), Brown trouble but their ma- $30,000 San Jose Open
Miami 3. 1 JIJ (3), McAufifft (7). S-Wert. Rakow
Sarasota 1 Columbus .... chines Sunday with a 9,256V
Club Rochester 4-2
backstroke and fifth in the 50- promotion men who Orlando 7. Tampa 3 Richmond -n. Syracuse ... Set! Scott 5 4 IP M II CRtBSO had run out of gas. Gurney -
have tried Daytona Beach 9. Lakeland 4 CeokG.ay 7 3Rafferty McBride .. -.... 1 1 3 3 2 2 tried
Jacksonvifc to
a variety of ways to Toronto JTMIy's refuel but there
meter butterfly. Wocflfl 7 5 D. Le* ....-..1 4" I 2 0 Carter, who trailed Allen by
lure fans to the stadium gave Today's Games Jensen Powers 4',S 5 Cslnskl ....?... S 1 2 1 1 1 was no gas available at the pit 323
.: The meet held Games Yost Arnold 6 6 R.Lee.twi-4 ... pins entering the night session -
was at the Daytona Beach at Saraosta Toronto at 1 1 1 1 I SI
away baseball bats Sunday and Richmond Tlvalor Pelka S 7 Lollc ......... Clark's time for the
Orlando at St. Petersburg Buffalo at Columbus 1 2 race was had 9,222 and missed over
: '
r YMCA pooL it worked. Fort Lauderdal at Lakeland Rochester Davis Wilson S 7 Rakow, W, 3-S .. 7s-3'ii 4 i j 2:06:40.5 for
Miami at Tampaa.ECi.Hi j Syracuse at at Atlanta Walsh WUlllml 4 3 ,Sherry .. ....... 13 2 5 5 1 'I an average speedof ,taking the, Florida. .bowler byu4, -
Jacksonville" ;. ldItrleb Noland I'ib-. '!" 'Fox ............ 2-J. I' P I 51, 131792 mp.h. >ins.I -

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Monday June 15, 1964 Gainesville :Sun 9

Northern Dancer Returns I I Nickl.u.acJcI On Hansen. Nearly Out at 16,

I To Race Wars on Saturday ;H B RIGid'o Kll e.t Vaults 17-2 for World MarkSAN

!S> G ROL t: = i14 E:
By ORLO ROBERTSON fore the home folks for the first two divisions of the 1 1-16 miles -rt 5-reADY AND -fo DIEGO, Calif. (AP- only other vaulter ever to clear The meet also turned in the

I' Associated Press Sports Writer time since_he started a success of the $7,500 Plate Trial today. t AJ tf:MuM 2f'R.-fHG REMAIN SWING.GIXEDrn Fred Hansen, the slim, record- 17 feet, was Hansen's fiercest world's quickest half-mile this

Northern Dancer winner of ful invasion of the United States Bill Hartack again will be \ PREVENT 6WAY As'UE cracking vaulter from Texas competitor Saturday night. year when veteran Jerry Siebertwas

the Kentucky Derby and the I.late in, 1963.The i iI astride Northern Dancer in the BODY'fl1tZN5 ACK W'foJG-1H' ON ENFU5N was almost eliminated at the The bar was raised to 17-2 by clocked in 1:47.5. The world -

Preakness-and;.then,third.in'the I I Queen's Plate. .. s.'- -NE IGH-r A-r HrHfWU6H now common 16-foot mark at mutual consent of' Hansen and mark is. 1:45.1 set by Peter
#\ BelmontStakes_as he failed, tot IVi miles of the Queen'sPlate Also ,scheduled Saturday ,are HOLE IMPAG'fa pre-Olympics tryouts"I Pennel after two others Mel Snell of New Zealand in 1962.

: wrap u ;the::-Triple:Crown, re- figures to be more to the the $100,000addedIllinois Han- just wasn't warmed up Hein Jr. and Ron Meyers, were
turnsUo.acfioh Saturday,as theshortpriced :liking of the Dancer; than the enough for the early jumps andwasn't eliminated at 16 81,2. They M
mile Arlington
dicap over one at
; '1% miles of_the Belmont Stakes.He .
rocking back (on the cleared 155.Pennel
; Ii favorite in the $50,- Park, the 11-16: miles of the
, :,: OOO-aotted)()() .Queen's Plate at won the IVt miles of the $50,000-added Inglewood Handi- fiber glass pole) like I should," formerly of Northwest

f j,I WoodbmeThe' :,-,, Kentucky Derby by a neck and cap at Hollywood Park, the $35- 1-' said Hansen.He Louisiana State, narrowly evad-
,: -' dianbred'son of the 1 3-16 miles of the Preak- 000-added Leonard Richards' for went on to clear 17 feet, ed serious injury when he failedin

Near U :N taIma from E.P. ness by lye lengths. 3-year-olds over 1% miles at 2 inches, an unofficial world his second try at 172. ,He J .

Taylor, WSdfields i 1 Farm -of ,Opponents for Northern Dancer Delaware Park ,and the $25,000- record'at the invitational meet missed the foam rubber cushion

Toronta wi1LbC erfornii gbe: : are expected to come from added Bowling Green Handicap, here Saturday night. But pre- and suffered a bruised lung, ,
.e viously he missed the 16-foot according to hospital officials.He .
I ; -- .... a grass course race at 1%
miles, at Aqueduct.The qualifying mark twice, finally was observed through the
:i clearing it on his final try after night and released from the
Lenta Wins unpredictable 3-year-old
Again seven others had made it. hospital Sunday.
fillies turned up with another "I felt that I could break the
winner! a major race last Sat- record I GAS WELL
again, once got going, Carr Suffers
urday when Miss Cavandish accounted YOU1..t. FIND' the 6-foot 168-pound Texan said

I I Tiake:<< Buick: Open for the ,$122,375 Coach- -f'I.-4A"f WEIGN, KEEPING fNSpE later. "I felt good, the conditionswere Injury Out

ing Club American Oaks by OF: TN E FOOT good and the competitionwas '
-- .-. three lengths at Aqueduct. Cas- STATIONARY o..C'G. THE KNEE good." Of Big Race

Bjr BERNJE;,KENNEDY tory.Jn the $66,000 Buick Open tle Forbes, winner of the Acorn, UN11trwE Q Hansen 23, a pre-dental student -
Associated"Press Sports 'Writer Golf Tournament Sunday, head- first leg of New York's Triple -n14Ru91 FORWARD"OCCUR.4oA at Rice University, soared TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) The I 1N

GRANE:BCANC, Mich." (AP) ed.today for the'National Openat Crown for fillies, wound up sec- 7-1 last week at Houston to running battle between Arizona

-Tony Lema more surprisedthan Washington, D.C., hoping ond and Sceree, winner of the better John Pennel's pending State University's Henry Carr
anybody. else over his vie- that lightning strikes three Mother Goose, the second leg, ---.. usAu.omi vto world mark of 17-%. I and Bob Hayes of Florida A&M,

times in a row. was third.It Pennel of Miami, Fla., the I is going to come to a temporary I ____. .
halt. ;SPECIAL; -
"I've done well in
I never very I
1 Roberts Nips the National Open and I don't For more than a year Hayes ''I BRAKES

have any particular feeling 0! Case and Carr have carried on a I

1 Matos to Cop about it this year," said Lema Young Yogi friendly battle to determine who I RELINEDwith
I after becoming the first pro in is the nation's fastest human)

I 21 months to put together major but Hayes should have it all his
Shoot Laurels this week in the NCAA 220- 1495
victories in successive weeks. way
He preceded his Buick Open yard dash. LiningFordPiymouth.
Courtnay Roberts and 0. E. triumph with victory in the To Match Wits Tonight Carr won't be in Eugene, Ore., .Ch Rambler

Matos both broke 856x900 in the $100,000 Thunderbird at Rye, f for the meet. The A-State sprinter -

t i Gainesville Pistol Club's shoot N.Y. The National Open starts world record-- holder for the KV J VIto
yesterday in Master Class but Thursday.The 220, is tf action with a

1 Roberts squeezed out a win San Leandro, Calif. native 5By tUt ,tnrk! minus iR1: !: !4. pected indomitability and endeared of spirit.by But their Ca- pulled right leg muscle.

thanks to 25 exact center shots kept his usual custom and ARTHUR DALEY The 6-foot-3 Detroit, Mich.,
w. f t" is their charm. He
t'' compared to a dozen for Matos. ordered champagne in the press NEW YORK The first time .t sey destrying speedster suffered the injury in
'"jir has them into fairto
A Georgia shooter, Donald :room following his victory ,on the New York Mets ever C. + :<:. .t middling juggled ball club. Will a the- a 100-yard dash in the San Di- 475 FEB'63 Form 30

Ramsey, turned in a standout the 7,280-yard, par-72 Warwick played the New York Yankees 1\ ego Invitational Saturday night. gAn. +-
new breed be able to stand this
861x900,inExpert Class and will Hills course. was in St. Pete in March of 1962 AState track coach Senon MUFFLERS

t: move into Master Class for the I Lema had a.70 in his final and the freshly spawned Mets upsurge evidence toward mediocrity indicates ?that Castillo said Sunday he would GUARANTEED FOR

next shoot. He is expected to I round and finished with an 11- won in their usual preposterous K..t t Met Early fans will love he Mets not enter Carr, who has betteredhis THE LIFE OF CAR
I push Robert and Matos for hon under 277 to pick neearly fashion. This caused a vast s, r g own world mark of 20.3 in
par up 4 even if they become big win-
ors. I in amount of rejoicing in certain t the 220 with a 20.2 effort this INSTALLED While U Wait
I$9,000 prize money. __ ners in the style of the old-time
'Firing:was close in all division His round featured four quarters. George Weiss, the : da +x a j Yankee he- season, even if the leg respondsto -Non Transferable
dynasties. Stengel's
4 elated president of the Mets, > s4k treatment.
I yesterday with only one point birdies, one on the first hold : k H roes still lose more often than INSTANT CREDITTo
'"' separating M. J. Powell and.B.. which he solved for the fourth sprung for a champagne victory A i ) they should but it sometimes Holders of National
J. Monday in Sharpshooter party just as he used to do in Russians, Set Credit Cards
round in the _
straight tourney.It takes 23 innings to beat them.
the old when he celebrating
Class. Next shoot will be at 1 days was
f' the hole which _
was same on But they'll make the big play Hockey Tour
Sunday, July 12, at the Yankee triumphs in ,
i p.m. he had taken a seven in the Y aU and the big hit more often than
the World Series. GASWELL
Boulware Springs AP-Rus-
\ range. two
open years ago. they did in the first two years
erts will attend the Eighth District Dow Flnsterwald finished witha Casey Stengel came sashaying i- .of their existence. sia's national hockey team will
Shoot in Tampa and will into the room, wearing aloud 'jL.CASEY make an eight-game tour of
f not be able to ,take part in the 71 for a total of 280 and was : sports jacket and a proud $t:1; Fc They won't take the pennantthis Canada this year, Gordon
runner-up here for the second '-"::i'<'!- Pl' and that's why Met
with his famous MhtD : year Juckes
I local event. grin. He gave /\bi:ti''YOGI : secretary-manager of
i Yesterday's' results: straight year. Bob Charles, the wink. He strutted in delight and STENGEL BERRA fans already have settled on a the Canadian Amateur Hockey

I Master Class, Roberts, 856x 'eft-handed New Zealander, fin- soon was rambling away about .:.the .teacher .the pupil lesser goal. They'll consider the Association said today. GOODYEAR
900; Matos, 856x900; Hector R. '.shed with a 67 to take third his invincibles and their inhernt season a 'success if their darlings The tour will take place between TIRE CENTER
lace with a 283. Stadium. Berra learned most of beat the Yankees to-
money No one would be too astoundedif can
Millan, 843x900 Expert Class crowd appeal. Dec. 10 and Dec. 26, but,
; Earl Lema became Cie first pro to tonight's show did even bet- his baseball from 01' Case, night. Watch out, Yogi! That final selection of Canadian sites 114 N.W. 13th ST.
t ; Ramsey, 861x900; Tonjes "That settles it, croaked the
1 784x900; Charles Frue, 783x900-: win two tournaments in a row 01'' Perfessor. "We'll h a It a ter at the gate than the one last whose pet he _was. ,. gun might be loaded! ,will not be made until later this Phone 3721489CLARKE'S .
since Jack Nicklaus in I it is not unlikely that the
won year.
Sharpshooter Class,Powell 703 build a' new wing on the Polo summer. .i
Seattle and Portland, Ore. in Perfessor will introduce his pro-
I x900; :Monday 792x900; Marksman Grounds." Houston Star
MastermindsIt the in the
September 1962.Petty tege to umpires pre-
Class; Dennis Keefer, 704jrtOO The Mets never did build a conclave at home platein
game Has 63 Round
; Donald Martin 689x900; new wing on the Polo Grounds. will be a gigantic struggleof time tested fashion. .e.
Tyro Class, Andy Raczynskf; First They built or had built for masterminds, the. most notable -
"This is Mister Berra which COLORADO SPRINGS (AP-
735x900; Charles Beall, 697x900; them the magnificent Shea i and historic since Connie
Jack Calway, 668x900.Bayiiard. Stadium. In that newest base- 'Mack and John McGraw last uster help me manage the Yan Mark Hopkins of Houston Uni-

At Nashville ball showcase they will face matched wits in the 1913 World kees,",Stengel will say. versity fired a sensational eight- JUNE TIRE

their transpontine rivals, the Series. It will bring together He always gave Yogi the extra under-par 63 and broke the

Is NASHVILLE Tenn. (AP) A Yankees, in the mayor's trophy Stengel an old genius and flourish of "Mister" and was Broadmoor golf course record
second made game tonight with sandlot base- Yogi Berra, a young genius, inclined to add in his Yankee Sunday.
margin a
State Champ seven$400 difference- Sunday as Rich- ball the charity beneficiary. and the brain waves will light days, "I gotta stay on good Hopkins, effort was the highlight eelssat SALE .
up the skies more brilliantlythan terms with him because he'svery of the annual EastWestteam
i ard drove his 1964 Ply-
Petty Mets Lead the arcs rimming Shea close to the ownership." match traditional
VENICE CAP)-Tom Baynard mouth home first in the 200lap

I of St. Petersburg weathered a NASCAR race at Fairground will be only an exhibition I Casey still has deep faith in the NCAA golf tournament.

last-round challenge by Allen Speedways.. game but the Mets don't fool Nancy Richey Yogi's soundness as a baseball The West won 8V4-3&. ALL- NEWTUBELESS

Miller of Pensacola to'win the The Randleman, N. C. driver whenever they are confrontedby Star of U. S. man even though the standingsof
Florida Junior} Golf championship averaged a track record of 76.5 their aristocratic neighbors. the teams at the moment

I Sunday; miles per hour on the halfmile They upended the Bombers a Tennis Will would indicate that the new 1.50 x 14. '.70 x 15 slits.
The 16-yeaVbld Baynard shota oval. He took top prize of $1,000. year ago in this city series 6 to skipper of the Bombers has

} one-under-par 71 for a 54-hole Seven seconds back was David 2, and now lead the Yanks LONDON AP-Nancy) Rich been having his troubles this J

totale 'of '%20' and a onestrokemargin Pearson of Spartanburg, S.C. in this is hard to believe by ey, 21-year-old tennis star from season. But the feeling every- ..

over the 15-year-old: Mil- a 1964 Dodge. He collected $600. four victories to three in total Dallas, Tex., was hailed today where is that once the Yan- $1940

ler. Petty and Pearson ran 1-2 previous match ups. The tatterdemalion as the star of America's victorious -kee pitching gets straightened
( Miller's.last-round the all difficulties will disap- .
was kids from the away
the team and
with only Buck Baker in Wightman Cup a '
lowest Af the tournament playedon same lap until the pit stops wrong side of the tracks already -serious contender for the Wim- pear.

the 6,700-yard Lake Venice- came. Baker, of Charlotte, N.C., have the edge on their bledon title. uckwtll pins Ux and old tire

Golf Club Course. finished third, seconds behind betters, a situation which brings The American girls won the ProblemsProblems .5y New SafetyAllWeather

In the girls division, Lora Mac Pearson. gleeful chortles from Stengeland cup for the fourth straight year:

I\or of,Fort Walton beach broke The pit stops made the differ- Weiss, both of whom were with a 5-2 margin over Britainat of the Mets are dif the

t the course, women's record for Pearson's stop for fuel summarily dismissed by the Wimbledon. ferent. The new breed went gaga -

nine ql.es.with ,a 34 in beatinr: used ence.,up 26 seconds. Ptety got Yankees.The The meet ended Sunday after over them, it was fasci- BLUHTforMe!
Roberta Albers of Tampa on the situation also enables '...
in and out in 19. rain had postponed the final nated by their ineptness, cajoled ," .
19th hole lira sudden death play- those wild eyed zealots who matches originally scheduled by their flair for the unei- FULL SIZE-FULL PLEASURE
off. They had'tied,at 232.in reg- Ned Jarrett of Camden, S.C., are Met fans to thumb "

ulation'play- __ who along with Petty was favor-I their noses at the sedate folks I'' Saturday.Miss Richey. scored the only What's Your Choice? ALL-WEATHER 42"BLACKWALLS
The-old record of 37 was held ed to win the race blew an engine ,who decorously root for the Yan- 11 II

I Jointly':by 'Patty Beg and Irene in his .1964 Ford during apractice' kees. The new breed even went! straight Ing Mrs.sets Ann victory Jones, the in BritishNo. defeat- Ftf HULLez-
run. nuttier than usual at I -
McPherrori. a year ago
I 1 on Saturday 75119 in
Eddie Pearce 13, of Tampa,, A crowd of about 9,000 watched the mayor's trophy game. These I the match that decided the
won the boys 12 to 14 age divi- the race, a forerunner of a)oddballs rocked the stadium rafters series.
NASCAR 400 lapper scheduled had been MONEY M4 UfttfER 7ALkSrPFS $8 $11
sion with a 233. John Robertson I as they never Miss Richey was the most REDUCED 70 GASP IMG/
of Orlando and Sam Gauerin of here Aug. 2. ,rocked before. They also threw talked about player. Her play TfJ
Coral ,Gables tied for second at Other finishers in order: Jim-I firecrackers and behaved rather i astonished the critics.
Pardue, G. C. Spencer, Lar- the 'I
my disgracefully. game I "
result of the ,
The "Wightman
t $70.15 7 SO 114 orS
240.Tammy. Thomas, Wendell Scott, drew and sand-!
Bowman of Jacksonville ry 50,742 customers Cup left the record of the event lube-fYH 70 a IS buck
Curtis Crider Billy McMphon, lot baseball benefited enor- plUS tu a.d tubeless. plus tax
took the girls 12 to U divi- looking more one-sided than a reapo.able lIre ..4 reetppabit
Earl Brooks, Bud Harless, Gene z Add sz .1 JOII' 'If,. Add $1 if
.with 241.Trojans
sion a
ever-30 wins to the Americans t B?$ lrad"11 it your tradttiM
Hobby. a matter of fact, the Met I British.FUTURA. x & recappablt M M",.""bl..
I F and six to the .
fans have been a continuingsource I I Lf ;ate
I Get of embarrassment to I I ...:.. y .. ,

Bartley, the Bombers this season, not by! -; -i: ; _-_ '- ;vj' .
Nod in NCAA "
their conduct but by their num.! ALL-WEATHER 42"WHITEWALLS

Bit Pleasant bers. The Mets already have I ', r
EUGENE, Ore. (APSouth- drawn 637,000 customers for 23 t.r

ern California, the early pick to Gain Wins dates and that's approximately I I ; :
cop team honors at next week- I twice as much as the Yankees!! --

end's,,?CAA track meet at Eu- Bartley Temple defeated Mt hitherto New York's matchless I I $

gene, looms even larger after Carmel 9-3 and Mt. Pleasant'drawing card have attracted': Full Sise .Abon-Grou' IF BUDGETING II ..0 $1370

winning the 'team title at 'last won from Bethel AME 13-1 in' for 20 dates.Admittedly. I SWIMMING POOLS t II I

weekend's U.S. Track and Field Church League games at Lincoln : the Giants and Frost $1149 plus your spare cash is a major -
Federation meet at nearby Corvallls. field. the Dodgers have contributedhalf I' fraMkt and installafon problem then it's just I e

& of the Met total but the SUDDEN SERVICEOIL "good business" to geta SUBUUE I ''- 115ItJ9t 7.M114 er
R. Scott led Bartley with two : CO. 1.70 I IS ..
But the June 18-20 meet does Mets have also done surprisingly car check-up regularly Ux
hits while W. Kinsey and A. j 6-4404 MAJOR RE- BLUNT i f reapppabsad and(ecapppab*
not shape up as a USC runaway.At well for lesser attractions. and save a Ai4 Utl r tvt Aid $1 4
least other schools are Hopkins had a pair of safeties PAIR BILL I trade.u il your tiad4.
for losing Mt. CanneL a I Nt recappabli n tot recappable.CONVENIENT .
figured' to make strong bids for PANETUA 2'15 1I 1I I
McClelland had three
a the title Southern California has SAVE HERE -
hits for Mt. Pleasant. Losing
won 22.times in 42 years. i DIVISION OF .a .....1t GeMr"",.
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10 Gainesville Sun Monday, June 15. 1964Boosting fI ,

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What's your problem For a general ;J 4

reply, write:to Abby. Box 3365. sF
S.D. d
Beverly Hills. Calif. 9021Z. and r

xo I include a self-addressed stamped. ft-\

V velope. Abby answers ail nuil.'J \

,I Abigail Van Bur en 1 \ 6-K __ I1

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ference. My ,mother is 33 and my father is 39. Do you
DEAR ABBYI am 12 years old and I live in Lead think there is any hope? ". : X 44; AHISPREFARED ; / HEOUGWTA N GLlTTIN'
\! ,, South Dakota. I think our State is very unfairly treated. It GREENVILLE >\ K1NDA WELCOME' TosHooTLi'L < ( BESOMEWHARACRDSSTOTHI> VJOETHROIX3H k
1', is never advertised like New York or California or Texas.I DEAR, GREENVILLE: Not at 13! Stay out of sight. And THEYS PREPARESTARS
things CH j FORWARD TO MAH l 1Ji1:;r Tra I-1Q1D;; OLE W LIN rA ;
,, love my State and we have just as many exciting \\'hen'you are 19 and he is 25, try again. =3 ANMOOAL GOOD-WILL TRAILAH K11J GIT1tiz
i as other States. And Lead is a nice city too. Can you put VISITTOTH''ccuMS. / TH'VOKUMSJ5r&&fP4
| this in your column and give us a boost? 4 FASTERVJCNDERYWUT //
Lead S. D. CQ
: J LESLIE DORNBUSH DEAR ABBY: I am so unhappy I hardly know where to <
start. I am a middle-aged woman employed as a cook 11 rtA )
DEAR, LESLIE: The pioneers fought the Indians, grass- housekeeper, companion and chauffeur to the most selfish, ( ca
hoppers and dust' to make South Dakota one of the richest heartless woman I have ever known. She expects me 'to eat I
farming States in the nation. And there's gold in them thar leftovers that should go into the garbage can. She finds -

hills, too! Furthermore, jour Rushmore Memorial Park is one fault with everything I do. When she is going out I .have to
of the best known State parks in the country. Your pheasant -
help her dress which is a chore because she tries on a
hunting is second to none. South Dakota is growing in dozen dresses before deciding what to wear and r have to r Q MV ou.i M '!''wdn4hlxl s
resources and culture. So ask jour governor if he has Lead
her how "beautiful" she looks in every one or she
\ in his plans. gets mad. On my day off she lays in bed watching TV all ''
day and I have to prepare all her meals and put them = ABOVE" PAW!! HIDE A WHAT' FER?
I a within her reach. She is not an invalid. She plays golf. YONDER COMES THEM THAR 1 THEY RE ALLEMPTY ll
I t DEAR ABBY: I once read somewhere that ir is quite prop When she goes out I have to stay up and dressed to let PARSON" JUGS !! r l

I er to say "I don't give a dam," because a dam is a coin her in, lock up the house and undress her and put her I 1 s 3 1
I used in India. Is there any truth in this? clothes away. She is a millionaress but she goes around
t J. S. the house in a quilted robe with the heat turned off to 00 1
save fuel. Once she made a toll call for me and took 15 S
DEAR J.S.: A "dam" was indeed a former copper coin r
cents out of my wages. Jobs are not to find. What
used in. India. But it has been so many years since anyone
should I do?
has had a dam to give that the expression today is more '
profane than proper.
;J ,
DEAR MISERABLE: If you remain with this woman, you f
do not deserve much sympathy. Jobs may not be "easy"to 00
DEAR ABBY: My problem Is an adorable boy. Oh, he's find but if ,I were yon I'd start looking for another one fe-15 iVV :
not that cute but heck neither am I. He's 19 and I am tomorrow. You could hardly do worse. _
13. The only ones who know how I feel about him are --- -- -- -
my two best friends. They say I should give up and forget THIS WAS ALL A
him because he is too old for me, but I have tried andI CONFIDENTIAL TO S.M.F.: If he is truly your friend, tell SPACESHIP 50 THEY SEIZED AND TOSSED OUR MAID TALK ABOUT /OARUNGL., HER FATHER NOW OUR TWO SPACE DOOMED
can't. I have felt this way about him since I. was nine him candidly that he ,needs a psychiatrist with five couches. US BACK IN THE JIrG. TREACHERY REV WE'RE CAPTIVES. COUPE51
and a half. I can't see where six years is such a big dif- One for each member of his family. MEMBER? y

Teacher." Dwayne Hick location in Mexico. Seenat
man, a teacher's terroras work and play: Hous- .
Dobie Gillis, has ton; stars Richard Burton -
0r switched roles. Ava Gardner,
O African Writers Deborah Kerr and Sue

"Negritude" A conceptof Lyon. .U'.... *
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French African writersis O Andy Griffith j
discussed by poetteacher O Fugitive Q ] 1ri
David Rubadiri. 10:00 CD Candid Camera I

1 9:00 O Danny Thomas. O O Sing AIong-

Heeding his agent's ad- 10:30 CD News,Special .- .
5:00 O Best of Groucho Mai fleece tourists Danny (D (Color) News, WAY TO FlNDAWIF ,DOE5NT J THEADTOYOU/ COLLEGE EDUCATION..1N GOOD PHYSICAL WOMEN REBEL>
my. Danny Kaye .-It HEALTH...POISE AND CHARM
wards off a host of ped- Weather, Sports r1MR.5TANDLY? OBEDIENT/
O Adventures in Zetterling Torin Thatcher ES5ENTIALSEND
dlers and vendorsbuthe 11:25 O Movie
David Burns Steven
can't to "The Major and the ,. R iy t .
5:25 In say no a THREE HUNDRED WORD
0 Moments Sports-
Geray. small hungry boy who Minor. (1942)) Short on ESSAY ON MARRIAGE'
5:30 0 Newscope Daytona o
Beach 7:15 0' Friendly Giant appears at his cafe table.. fare to return home, a tf N /+ ; ,
7:30 O Movie News in woman dresses
O PerspectiveNews young up
5:55 O (Color) Local News,
Monday Night at the Analysis as a 12 year-old only to J-
Weather )
6:00 O News Spts., Weather Movies: Lester Markel, Max Fran- become involved with a >, < az a _
O Sunshine Almanac "Never Let Me Go." kel and Tom Wicker of boys' military academy. _

615 0 Local News ((1953)) In 1945 an American the New York Tunes review Ginger Rogers Ray Mil- h
newspaper corres- and analyze the land Rita Johnson. ;
6:30 0 B NewsChetHuntleyDavid pondent cracks the iron events of the past month. 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson.

BrinkleyO curtain to rescue his CD Hollywood and the (Color) Scheduled guests
News-Walter wife, a Russian ballet Stars include jazz pianist Dan- OH, DARLING, IT S SO Ill I I Q K'HE rj- I
dancer.The ballet scenes Cameras view "Monsters ny Zeitlin and singers I'M IN YOU HOME k;, S BAD MOODS
O Compass were performed by the We've Known and Loved," Earl Wrightson and Lois SUCH A rs. I MI55 Y p U E D ,:,, ,SS o I EVER

7:00 0 Zane GreyWestern"Trial London Festival Com- and some of the actors Hunt. Ed McHahon I COULD ,,. 50 MUCFf ''' -
by Fear." pany. Filmed on the Cornish associated with them 'including Skitch Henderson. T NAtLS CHEW -d iM ALL DAY p
O Rawhide seacoast. Directed by Mr. Hyde (John TUESDAY MORNING I .r

"Incident of the Reluc- Delmer Daves. Barrymore), the Hunch- & AFTERNOON
tant Bridegroom. Rowdy O What's New back of Notre Dame (Lon 6:00 O English 102
and Wishbone go into town Cowboys' Ponies; the ef- Chaney), Count Dracula 6:10 CD Continental Classroom I 0 dMOOD

I to pick up supplies but fect of gases on the (Bela Lugosi), and Frank- American Government: I
Rowdy gets somethinghe earth's atmosphere; pup enstein Monster (Boris Prof. Peter H. Odegard

didn't bargain for: a pies. Karloff), the Thing discusses "The .Great 4r
wife. 8:00 O I've Got A Secret (James Arness) and the Near Great and Not So

O Compass Rose O Changing Community Raven (Peter, Lorre). Great. .. .
O Movie 8:30 O Vacation Plajhouse- 9:30 Q Hollywood and the 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac 1 H ( 6.15

(Color) "Knock on Wood." Comedy Stars 6:30, Q Religions of Man

((1954)) An American ven- (Return) Pilot films for "On Location: "Night of O Pastor's Study A MOMENTS SLEEPY FATHER IATERA P--THE IDONT KNOW,HONEY. YOURE BORRO WING
triloquist in Paris flys to projected TV series 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac FINDING HERDAUGHTER THANK- YEW NEXT BOY TROUBLE,COPEY! R
com- the YOU.
Switzerland unaware that prise the 6:40 CD Words I.... INTEARS,6INNY PATRICIA!
summer groupof ten narrates films of Living A DISAPPOINTMENT TO YOU MAMA MIGHT BE THE GUY WHO READS CERTAINLY 8E
espionage agents have half-hour situation directors John Huston '6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor r | AND-GlRL SCOUT'S HONOR-THE SLEEP TIGHT THE GAS-METER. i +
I hidden plans for a deadly comedies. Tonight: "Hey and his "Iguana" crew on 6:50 O Farm and Home f WRENN AN APOLOGY HEARS VERY NEXT BOY WHO ASKS ME FOR NOW'I'M ; --
7:00 Q CD Today 0 f -AND APROMISE ..
Scheduled guests Gov.
Power of Secret Grant Sawyer of Nevada;
AgenciesIs and Eve Merriam, who
discusses her I book.
O News 1 %
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Called Danger to V. S. 7:50 7:05 O Q News Ranger Hal L'_ i

8:00 O Captain Kangaroo '
9:00 Q Divorce Court

3Triu 1]ark Etetrn have visible as possible. But they I graphy and spy satellites which O Bachelor Father
managed to assemble have introduced automation to CD Romper Room (color) ALWAYS HAPPY AND A FiIENDLYCROWD R'S
By ORVILLE PRESCOTT quantities of facts from many I'espionage; and "black radio," 9:30 CD Jack La Lanne EASTERS NCCSE 3 To RETURN; m IN THE DORM IDNfLY! THEN AND..THREE. K A KNOCK CH THE COO*
The Invisible Government By diverse sources, and to present which is secret propaganda O People Are Funny Z e FOTEET CANYON,} CO HOME TO KZ. AT MAUMEE...BUT: IN THIS NON EY DO rose \,\' 1is
David Wise and Thomas B. them in briskly readable jour. broadcasting.The 10:00 Q Say When O YOU'VE SCOILED.BEEN ., 1'ACATIONS;.. 66, COLD CIT?:.. i' i NEED..SOMEBODYo 1)) ,

Ross, 375 pages Random House,I nalistic prose. I C. I. ,A., say Wise and O News 1 I o, cat ToT I

Wat is the invisible government No ordinary citizen could |Ross, performs two chief func- CD Waldo Norris, (Color) I'J
? According to the authorsof read this book without learning tions; gathering information and 10:25.0 CD News 1 1UJ
this book it consists. the much that he never knew be- conducting "special operaticns. 10:39 O CD Word For Word f 00 M1yrI

various secret intelligence agen- fore. Probably even well-in- These, like the Bay of Pigs dis- O I Love Lacy
cies that have ,multiplied in formed members of the Soviet aster, may involve many 11:00 O O (Color) Concentration ,1
number and grown in power intelligence will find parts of it government departments and- .
since the end of World War H. instructive. Consequently, con- many men. Or they can be less O The McCoys > "
The most important, and most troversy stormed around "The ambitious. In theory the presi- 11:30 O CD Jeopardy I
often discussedin Invisible Government" long be- dent and his advisers approve D Pete And Gladys I
this book is fore its publication.Wise special operations. In fact, Wise l:000 A CD Your Fint' 00 I '

the Central In- T> i- and Ross defend their and Ross suggest, the C. L A. Impression V : A ,jIj / ,
telligence Agen00 |purpose in writing it as follows: has such a "quasiindependentstatus" O Love Of Life r..
cy created by "It is an attempt to describe a that it seems frequently 12:25 O News
,President Tru- hidden American institution to be implementing its own 12:30 O CD Truth Or CONG ATCLATIOt S,
man in 1947. which the American people, who policy. Often, ambassadorsdon't ConsequencesO o0a BEETLE! V3UVS SETA S'T'RA1611'Cie '
The others are finance it, have a right to know know what the C. L A. Search For Tomorro NEW REC02D FCZ .: f 1"cEl.6 CIJe
the National Security about The premise of this may be up to in the countries 12:45 O Guiding Light -.c oq A" COMA Y/

i Agency the Defense Intelligence book is that even in a time of where they are stationed and 12:55 O CD News <
f Agency, the intelli- cold 'war, the United States sometimes high officers in the 1:00 Q News aj os
;gence services of ,the Army, government must rest, in the State Department don't know O Midday o JI
1 Navy and Air Forcer the Atomic Declaration of Independence on either.In CD Local News 5 Ji
:, Energy Commission the Federal "the consent of the governed.And conclusion, Wise and Ross 1:05 CD Match Game '1
; Bureau, of Investigation and I there can be no meaningful argue'that ambassadors should 1:15 EJ Focus
the State Department's Bureauof consent where those'who are have actual as well as theoret- 1:30 O Science j
Intelligence and Research.i governed do not know to what ical control over CJ-A. opera- O As The World Turns C 01)d

Together, these secret organizations -i they are consenting." tions; that a joint Senate and CD Ernie Ford I
.. spend $-1 billion a year and i Some of the matters discussedin House committee should be in 2;00 O CD Let's Make A = v
employ 200,000 people in the these startling pages are: general control and the govern- Deal T
authors' estimate. The strange history of ,the Bayof ment officials should cease lying O.Password
1 This is an able and interestIng [ Pigs fiasco: The success of in public about the CLA, since 2:25 O CD News t NONSENSE KEP ENJOY IT. Nowt r CO YOU THINK IT* YOU'RE WVTTEP &f
work of topical reporting XLLA. in arranging the their lies PATTI
are embarrassingly 2:30 O CD Doctors 22 OUT FOR AN EvENNG.GAgY.' \TWIT IVOUtP KM.Y : 5TOCK ON THE SHELVES I'VE A 60 ID A PALACE I.EWS IS A MEPAU6HTE ag'g
'" written by two persistent and coups d'etat that threw out the exposed. O House Party WIFE AND fL SPEND THE J AN IMROSmONEVENINO L LESSON TO GIVE 3U9GE PARKER HERE ATE E *.
''- enterprising young journalists. Mossadegh government in Iran "The secret intelligence machinery 3:00 B CD Another World WITH YOUR MOTHER MR.CORNEELY.Th .r
,k :David Wise, at 34,. is chief of in 1953 and the Arbenz govern- of the government, can O To Tell the Truth I
j the Washington bureauof ,the ment in Guatemala in 1954; the never be reconciled with the 3:%$ O News 1

,Jf :New York Herald Tribune C.LA.'s disastrous support of traditions of a'free republic. But 3:30 O Edge Of Night ; V .
t >' Thomas Ross, also only 34 is a Indonesian rebels in 1958 which in a time of cold war, the solu- 3:30 You Don't Say 1
| i; member of the Washingtonbureau hardly made Sukarno more tion lies not in.dismantling the <4:00< e Match Game i \
J of the Chicago Sun- sympathetic to the Western na- machinery but in bringing it O Secret Storm w l JQ

Times. tions; the equally misguidedC. under greater control The re- Popeye's Pals
They have not been able to I. A. of
; V support Chinese Na- sultant danger of exposure is 4:25 B News
write an entirely clear or comprehensive tionalist guerrillas in Burma far less than the danger of se- (:31 B Burns And Allen

book about our |in- which antagonized the Burmese cret power. If we err as a O Woody Woodpecker 1-
visible government.'That is impossible with equally grievous results; society, let it be on the side of Movie ti E'er t t
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I HOUSEWIVES. who says you can't
have e business of your own? No PILkIVIEJd I WANT-AD RATESPH.
investment necessary. See Connie
I Following is the "Free Word Ust" associated with the Sun's Robbins. Hotel Thomas, Tuesday. ACROSS 28. ProhIbl- I I ITIAUPJOjPIEp{

*- T tWtklPrixeword Punle. A printing defect in Sunday's paper ?;;#.. J June 14. at 7:00 P.M. 1. Open bos tionbu DIIIDIOe5IIIGII'j 3728441for

I' Caused one of the words to appear illegible. WAITRESS In good person.hours Wonderhouse good pay.Apply tilt)? 30.Artificial IEIRlEIcITETjRlAIvljjj1

Restaurant, 14 S.W. 1st St. be- Survey language ItEILIAIIlDUOlPIjtA forClassfied


PUZZLE CORP 11. In vogue 34.Hasten _

(Daytona Beach Florida) 13.Pay one's 36.l\Iore


ACT GUN MISS SHAPING 4 Y\ SECRETARYTo 14. Garbed 38. Bread IPjRJEIAIDEtNtpt5 Tues. thr Fr paper pm. Day before publication
For paper-12:00 am.
15. Duplicate spread For ads to In paper-1 Sat.
BEND SLIM Executive secretarial experience G p. d
Solution to Puzzle
required in manufacturing indus- 17. Society bud 40.Negative Sunday's ) I.
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CHEAT HEN (Minimum E
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18. Imh lake 41.
Adversary DOWN 8. Nonsensical
COAXED HOAXED PLAT TEND coordinate supervisors i
COST HUTCH RATED TRACK 444t.2t \ A schedule's. Familiarity with financial 20. Portugal: 43. Ear 1.Precinct FAMILY RATES

1 CRIMES ICELAND RISE TRUCK :: terminology. accounting.preferred.SECRETARY.contractual abbr. 46. Tuber 2. lily 9. Open- 1 Insertion .......... .................... SIC line
: CRISES IRELAND RISK WALLS 21. Pedestrl48.. 3.Hare ii: red cab!- 3 Insertions 22e line

DAN LAST SAWING WASH an's safety 50. Defeated 4. Pattern net 6 Insertions ..... 17c line
12 Insertions line
FALL LEND SEND WELLS (To Chief Engineer) zone parties 5. Classified 10. Collection Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x --14.Im

_: FISH MEN SEWING Requires experience as secretary 23. Morne51.. Seek notice 12. Pine Tree ed x number of Insertions.,

& administrative assistant to ama cent 53.Knut Ham6.- HonesState abbr.
Familiarity -
lor engineering manager.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TIONS with mechanical engI- 26. Page la'Loves sun hero buzzard 16. Slippery

'EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND PARCEL No. 27 RIGHT OF WAY neering terminology preferred. 54. Prior to 7. Ripple 19. Interpret S Five letter words p fine
tAWNO. A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Drain labor Lost 55. Cr. long E against 22. Oxford
I NOTICE OF RULE NISI lying South of and within 20 feet of Bkpr Mach ( NCR) 24. Hartebeest Same J lines

I ALACHUA COUNTY,' a Political Subdl-, a line described as follows: Requires some experience in acCounting 8 Pt. .;type
"Vision. of the State of, .Florida. Begin on the Northeast corner of BorrowPit 847 debit and bookkeeping rrrrrr-rrrm-
Petitioner,.- No. 2, run thence North 18 degrees machine work. Excellent typing 7 // instrument 1 2 Pt.Same 3 lines
v. ir 00" West 250 feet to the end of Borrow skills required. Will train on machine ii- 1 ;type
IZ ... 26. Worker
Pit Drain.Containing ..;;
PAUL BONTEMPS EI>U if necessary. Salary commensurate = =
"- Defendants. 2.502 acres more or less. with experience. - 27. Inauspicious Sm 4 li

CEEDINGINTHENAME AND BY THE Dosha Williamson, a widow. Charlotte REPLY TO: h
. AUTHORITY OF ALACHUA COUNTY, Simmons. single) Dr. O. N. Simmons A Director of Industrial Relations - 29.pcuantor
-FLORIDA: & wife. Lucille M. Simmons; and Son- 2Yf : ELECTRO-TEC CORP IT 'l'l. Thi' 7 w ; India

-, TO ,ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, Ia Simmons Bontemps & husband. 7h /h z 33. 24 Same .S ln.
Paul Bontemps. PO Box 667 Ormond Beach. Fla. Unruly I l'. ordinary
and-to all persons-and parties claiming IT
An employer) ll. 14. ZS
( equal opportunity
child eo
er having any right title. Interest estate : =
.M ertgage*or other lien to or on Interest of any unknown heirs devisee WANTED assistant for doctor's 35. Law enforcers
those certain parcels of land hereinafter and-or other claimant under Lee Mil c:44L4wLQ office. Must be able to type l' Zl l Z, "Q The Gainesville Sun will be responsible for more than one
described and the following persons to- ler & wife Minnie Simmons Miller, complete insurance forms and / incorrect nor n be lIable'for any adver-
ge1heT* with all unknown persons claiming both Deceased. file Salary depends on exper- 37. Surplice irti .m
; j.35 extent than the cost
space occu
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by through or under known persons PARCEL No. 34 RIGHT OF WAYLateral Ience. Phone FR 23695. // 39. Cotton the item hi the o adlustment will

who are dead, or who are not known to Ditch Right of Station 91 plus An heirloom In crochet Squaresare CURB GIRLS. night shift apply in 7h thread be made on errors that do ademt.nt effect the value of
be dead or alive: 73.70 crocheted one at a time. person. Jerry's Restaurant, 2310 J' Jl "l.30 r// '7 the advertisement.The .
SECTION 24713-2401 ....; STATE ROAD S- That.part of: make S.W. 13th St. jl'"h = // / Proboscis
200 A ALACHUA COUNTY (I) SEV4 of SWU North of Doan's RoadIn Pineapples Joined a square :
DESCRIPTIONS Section 10 TIS. R21E. AND within a square. Qualified nurse to care for new- "l 'i 41 iZ 'l'4t 4 44. :Military
!: = Gainesville
PARCEL No. 14 (2). NEVt Of SWU Of Section 10. TSS.R21E Crochet 4 squares for pillow. 6 born infant during two week out- m force Sun reserves the privilege of revising or 'a-
for scarf 14x25, 35 for 50-Inch cloth. of-state trip In late August. References JecUn any Idvertiseent wlc It deems obleotlonal end to
m. RIGHT OF WAY ,. .. '_ L._ & : Pattern 847: directions 8Vi In. Box 437.A, 4i 'iT "l.40 4j 45.Jap. clogs th claulflCltl advertisement
Thai,part of: lYing ID lerr or and wunin 40 reef ana required. : : : O fro tat or
-&W1e.-SW'4 of NW'A of Section 14. (2) right of and within 25 feet of a later, square N. 30.five cents In coins tor Gainesville Sun. h 46. Taro paste dere' cfr polc of the papr. I

-T.,-R21E. (North and East of Doan ,al ditch survey line, said ditch survey this Thirty pattern-add- 15 cents for each SD TI jz 47. Inquire
I Road, line being described as follows: HOUSE WORK "BREAK4 -
for 1st-class mailing and .
line of Sec pattern .Jumbled "
Commence the south _
-tying East of and 'wftfthi 50 feet ofThe on Send to Laura JJ -- ---- ---- -
special handling.
-wrrey fine of State Road S200-A Section tion 10. TSS RIlE at a point 1753.75 Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft hours a day spent outside the ;/... gT--49 type 35 Houses for Salt
6713-2 -sald survey line -being described ft. west from the Southeast corner of DepU P. O. Box 161, Old home can be very stimulating. .l Word of 35 Houses For Sole
, as follows:- said Section 10 said point being on the Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.Y. profitable and fun. We'll train you Newiteeferea 6-15
Beginning on the South line of NW'/i of are of a curve concave to the southwest Print PATTERN NUMBER, to represent "self-selling" Avon Par lime 26 min. choice
I Sww of Section 14, TIS RUE at a point having a radius of 284479 ft.. NAME.plainly ADDRESS and ZONE. Cosmetics. Call Mrs. Fullington WHY PAY RENT 3 BR. 2 bath CCB home. In

153.47 feet westerly from the Southeast thence from a tangent bearing of North BARGAIN! Big new"" Nee- FR 2042LWAITRESS New homes, $7,500. brom excellent coii with est.b
I I bath $45
26' C2" West run northwesterly Instructions 35 Houses for Sale per month o lished section.
,corner of NWVi of SWV4 of said Section M degrees dlecraft Catalog over 200 designs wanted, night shift. 15 Schools S. E. 45th Also some NE 12th St. This house
through an Includesair
14. said point being on the arc of a along said curve ,
I only 25 cents I A must if Apply in person University Inn trade-Ins. Call FR .
curve concave to the Southwest having angle of 7 degrees 46' 13" a distanceof you knit, crochet. quilt sew em 1901 S. W. 13th St. i 2-2 conditioning built-In bookcases
a radius of 190944 ft., thence from a 388J2 ft. to the end of said curve broider. Send 25 cents. Real Estate Exam 3 BR, 2 bath home with screenedIn EXCELLENT BUY a large master bedroom,
I _- "tangent bearing of North 22 degrees run thence North 64 degrees 12 II" SPECIAL VALUE! 16 COM WAITRESS. experienced hours 5 porch. carport member Central air conditioning & heat 3 chain link fenced-ln back yard
3r 14" West run Northwesterly along West 92704 ft. to the Point of Beginning PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In tie- to 12 P.M. Apply In persona1v COURSE ship. $550 down, pl paymentof BR 2 btt built.in kitchen family ncls patio, central heat. built-

'lald curve through an angle of 12 de of said ditch survey line. run luxe. new Quilt Book. For beginners Humpty Dumpty Restaurant, 310 ATTEND First lesson free. $87 per mo. Phone 372.10. rm, back yard, outside kitchen.optional, wall to wall
grees 07 11" a distance of 4039* ft. thence North 25 degrees 47- 42" East experts. Send SO cents nowl N. W. 13th St. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE city limits. Only $62 Located room & drapes in living
to the end of said curve run thence 50 ft. run thence North 21 degrees 07'ir' FULL time maid Stt day week COLLEGE 211 W. Univ. Ave at 3945 NW 36th St R 6-2969 to schools dining area. Convenient
North 34 degrees 44 25" West 1749.aft West 244.8 ft.. run thence North 09 hours 10 to 6:00. Must have references F R. 6X1507. 3723727. Make An Offer Paid & shopping center.

to the West line of Section 14. TIS. degrees 41' 42" East 29577 fU run :Call FR 2-4425 between ':00 MEN & women IS to 55 to train for -3 bedroom' 2 bath $14,775 UD ON YOUR LOT.. Open house.membership No qualifying to pool & club
North 31 degrees 33' 42" East House Sundays. I to p'rn. Designed necesary.
R21E (East line of Section 15. TSS thence 6 5:00. Central heat
1: R21E) at a point 315784 ft. northerly 18743 ft. to the end of said ditch survey CIVIL SERVICE. -N.W. area of trees and nice & engineered by' U. S. Oqlc., July 1st. Phe 376-9915.
Southeast corner of said Sec. line.ContainIng. WANTED Ladiesreadytowear Examinations. For information Steel Corp. Homes Divisio 2100 NEW 3 !
rfrOl'lthe -
hoes < CCB, tile bath.
less. send name address & Phone No. ft. 3 BR 2 dro
.t'on' 15 continue thence North 34 de 1119 acres more or room sq bth. coo carport utility $
,-.4. trees 44' 23" West 17.62 ft. to the beGinning exclusive of existing road right of Department Key Training Service. 112 W. -Built-in oven & range brick veneer 2 garage. $ o down. $5 month.room Phone.0.
Adams St., Jacksonville. NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes.
of a curve concave to the South- Asking LESS THAN
BY Man Less $8.0. Inc. Call .Frank Thomas FR _._ : cays. FR 61 nighs.
through a total central angle of 2 degrees OWNED : than Sloe per '
49 41" a distance of 28279 ft. Dosha Williamson. a widow, Charlotte 28 Livestock Supplies taxes & Ins.Excellent. 6690 DISTRESS SALE

to the end of said curve thence N 37 Simmons single Dr. O. N. Simmon ager. Excellent financingOut LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 Libby Heights, 3432 N.W. 13th Ave.
-1536.72 ft. to the Lucille M. Simmons and Sonia of town BR. 2 bath cent. heat built : in
-' *- "beginning a curve concave to the Simmons Bontemps !> husband. salary I benefits WANT TO properly condition cows kitchen, home You can save Ing Owner
"-Southwest Iavtnga radius -of J8 47 Paul Bontemps. before freshing? Then try cooperative cantMAKE AN OFFER $1500 Call FR 2.326 Must ro on or before transferre.
I :: 1
,ff. run Thence Northwesterly along SUBJECT TO: and working con Mills 13 per cent fitting PRICE SLASHED TO 1th.
IDEAL for couple or family.
I ",""""salo' 'Curve through an angle of 18 degrees Interest of any unknown heir devisee feed. Ideal for bulls & herefords. Call BILL smal home. FHA can be 13.0
HA'RISR.dfranks Small 3 mort.ge.
Lee MillerA CLASSIFIEDDial too. On special during June. broom Isum.
clalmant-under b
to dition.
51 57" a distance of 943.29 ft. and-or other e Alachua. Realestate Extra Nice sized Terms your choice.
Miller, FMX Gainesville or clots. 621.
Section IS, TSS. R21Eat wife. Minnie Simmons
the North line of Tel. 376-0817 or 376-2927 yard. Is Has been
a point 3528.25 ft. easterly from the Dec ased. experienced. Apply Phone FR 2-1095 or 4612105. lived In only 2Vi nw. Small LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath, 1g.
, Northwest corner of said Section 15 THIRD: As"to the aforesaid parcels carrying PONY for sale 2 yr. old stud, down payment yur payments. I.r.In with freplace. D.R. built
,Containing 0.746 acres more or less. the designation of right of way and in person to broke to ride. Saddle and bridle. To see, phone FR 22940 after carport kitchen, patio, 2 car
exclusive of existing road right of way borrow pit. Petitioner has been delegated See 3928 N. W. 20th Ter. Call FREDARNOLD 4:00 PM. alr-cond. and
OWNED BY: the right of condemnation by the Legislature Personnel Office FR 29392.PALOMINO. heating. Near ss Priced to
Edward Wilson & wife. Rosebud Wilson of the State of Florida, and after 4012 S. W. 19th St. Owner readyto sell 3505 Ave. Tel.
Rabelle Wilson Taylor & husband. John. careful and due deliberation has J.M. Fields Store. gelding. 9 yrs. old leave. Selling at sacrifice 5
ny Taylor; Bonnie Wilson & wife. Mar- found that It Is necessary to the pub excellent cow horse or pleasure price. 3 BR, 2 bath, Fla. room WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD "
widower Interest to acquire the fee simple new parade saddle outfit. plus extra. MUST SELL NOW. Walking distance to
Ion Wilson) Jettie Wilson a ; lic's best childShorse. schools. 3
First S375. Also' small
Elizabeth Wilson. a widow Louise Wilson title to said parcels described as 12 Male Help Wanted Ph. 47S-5442 Phone FR 2-06 BR 2 baths home In Skyline

single) Arthur Wilson Jr., & wife right of way and borrow pit. Likewise. REALTORDRIVE 3 BR Fla. Rm. Carol Estates. Heighs Study, har floors.
Debris Wilson) Eugene Wilson & wife as to the parcel designated as drainage certificate near schools. Pay low equity bui-In range ove Cent.
Martha Wilson and Lonell Wilson & easement, Petitioner has found It Is LIFE GUARD with Senior PhoneFR43012. 30 PETS SUPPLIES & assume VA 101 with $7.9 Shaded bac yer Call
Interestto work for summer
the public's
wife Claudia Wilson. necessary to mo. paYents 37U5. 376
SUBJECT TO; acquire a perpetual easement In the GERMAN shepherd pups AK'C. all BY FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year
Interest of any unknown heir devisee I parcel so designated and described. In 376-4672 MAINTENANCE MAN. experienced.To shots, ready to go. Shown week Then telepho 3723522 for an ap QUICK SALEA around hm SW side of Lake

and-or other claimant under Lucinda order to provide drainage of water of from said live on premises. Phone FR days after 7 P.M., all day Sat. Inspect the Interiorof corner property In NE section. Santa 10 I Inteeste
WIlson. Deceased. the roadbed and right of way 3012. this .home located at call
deterioration m and Sun. S75. 3501 NW 18th Ter. chic 4 BR, 2 bath Fla. rm., built In D5-S75
OF WAY prevent and reduce 922 Terrace. 3 bedrooms
PARCEL No. noR, RIGHT road so as
ef and damage caused. or like- NEED Immediately. mechanics (2) ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good 2 baths Central Air Conditioning oven & range, air conditioned, $75 per mo. $500 down. 3 BR.1
-That part j .
I .. All that. part of SEV4 of SWU of Section Iy to be caused, to said. road due to erosion experienced plenty of work good for watch, stock, and pets. FR built-in kitchen fenced In yard. completely' bath screened porch, cent. heat.
paid va landscaped,
conditions likely salary.. group insurance 2-0033. db. cerprt. sper- appliances. schoo.s.LITTLEWOOD .
10. TBS R21E (Iying.West of certain and other adverse cation. Phone Mr. Elrod, Service dishwasher. Offered for $20 ate patio Low Ph. Nlr
I Lot owned by Nettle Coleman and to be caused by not providing adequateand Manager, FR 2- 433. SIAMESE KITTENS. Reg. iliac, with good terms. down payment. Call 372-52 Nt IR 2.2n4
South of so-called Doan's Road); proper drainage. blue & choc. PT. Champ. lilac.
tying left of and within 50 feet of the FOURTH: All persons having or claimIng SERVICE Station attendant preferably 6 reg blue & choc. Males at ECONOMICAL BY OWNER 3 BR house on large 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 ARE
survey line of State Road S-200-A Sec any Interest In or lien against any of middle aged. 11:00 P.M. to stud. Ph. Williston 528-6-<<8. Your choice of several 3 bedr tree shaded lot, 1 bath central I central heat, built-in living
tion 26713-2601. said survey line being described the property herein being condemned 7:00 A.M., salary according to 2 bath homes with easy FHA heat & air cond., Fla. rm. Will are.blk. from Westwood Jr. kit.
legal disabilIties in Billy's BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle. 6 weeks sell urn. Phone High
residence person
of Apply
as follows the places ability. terms. Qualified can moveIn untr s 2 blks.
Begin on the West line of Section 10, If any and interest In said property Shell Service. 318 N. W. 13th St. old AKC registered Call FR 2- for as little buy.r down and 3767291. school. fro for elem.
7258 after 5:00 PJVL. Sat. and Sun. a S Ig. family, or
p !IS. R21E at a point! 2074.25.tt. Northfrom of all owners, mortgagees Judgment In PARTS MAN. Permanent employ- all : sad per month. 372-32 today NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BK. 2 family and elderly persons.
,the Southwest corner or said section ;- creditors, lien holders and persons ment. Reply In own handwriting for best results. bath. Central heat, central air Priced for Immed. sale. 3449
10, run thence South 59 degrees possession. so far as Is ascertainable by giving age experience & refer- SHEPHERDS register cond. Northwest. 119,0 Call NW. 13th Ave.
4 21' 30". East 117805 ft. to the .beginning diligent search are as follows and all ences. P. O. Box 503. Gainesville.Dry ed 6 weeks. Wormed $40. PhoneFt. LAKE FRONTAGE 376-2927. m.un
of a curve concave to the -northeasterly of the following are defendants In this White. HY 7.2437. 90 Acres fed. sand bottom Florida Park CCB home oak strip
Wall men. Hangers. and fin- o WELL located home for sale. Own- floors 3 BR. 2 bath,
having a radius of 572?.578 ft., I Announcements large liv.
I lake. Approximately' 4,000
Phone MINIATURE Dachshund puppy.AKC er graduated and give Immediate
ROAD S only.
Ishers. Experienced Ing room with
26713-2601-STATE wi
run thence southeasterly along said :SECTION front feet Investment separate
registered, 9 weeks old, has on water. Good R e cently frepac.
COUNTY-NAMES FR 4-0-07. dining
total central angle of :200-A ALACHUA ocpanc. kitchen
curve through a had shots, female, $10. Phone 376- opportunity and comes complete painted ro
4 degrees 50' 48" a distance of 48472ft. & ADDRESSESPaul WANTED with furnished 3 coi with stove and dishwash
rent when
3800. tion. Why
to the end of said curve run Bontemps 3 LOST FOUND PLUMBING SERVICE MAN cottage for your Imediat.bro. can pay pay to own 374-40SS. er. Central oil heat. all
thence South 64 degrees 12' 1$" _East 325 Collins AvenueMt. 2 BLACK thoroughbred miniature Approximately miles fro 1242 i-iC. 6th I@s Ave. Coitiors situated on leally
"60.49 ft. to the beginning of a curve Vernon. New York WILL person who found a white HE MUST: poodles. Male and Female. $35 Gainesville. 2 29 lot with pa
concave to the southwesterly havinga Parcel No. 19-R. 27 & 34 purse In Wtnn Dixie Friday night Have a City License each. Phone F R 2- 352. pet. down. 145,0 EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST tio. Pric 129,000 with substantf.

,radius of 2864.79 ft., run thence please return pictures drivers Stay sober REGISTERED beagle pups. Ideal al payment. 1614 N.W.
south Mterly along said curve through Sonia Bontemps license & check book to addresson Be reliable for pets or hunting. Sire & Dameof 10 ACRES 14th Ave. By appointment only.

an angle. of 07 degrees 46 13" a distance 325 Collins Avenue Checks. Send C.O.D. Be willing to work all hours these pups are deer running with comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath F R 6205

of 388.52: ft. to the South line of Mt. Vernon. New York LOST Ankle bracelet with sm. Live in city Beagles. Both may be seen. Also residence. Concrete block con SPACIOUS 2090 Square FeetWOODED 208 NW. 36th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath.
I Sectorv. 10. TIS R21 E. at a point Parcel, No. 19 R. 27 & 34 St. Christopher attached. 7-11 MlnIt Have a phone one It month old male Beagle.A. struction. 2 ton airconditioners for 93 X 164 Lot FHA close to grade and |Ir. high

322825ft. easterly from the Southwestcoenet"efsald Marts on Newberry Rd. Re- Give referencesHE B. C Jlon. Jr.. Ph. 374-5555 hot days ahead woodburning CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 1 school, trees and hedge take over
Section 10) Johnnie L. Davis wardl FR 2-5229. fireplace for winter days. Bedrooms, 2 Baths Paneled Den, contract for my down payment.
I Containing (.'OS acres m-1 exclusiveof Waterboro. South Carolina CAN EXPECT: MINIATURE black poodle pu> Beautiful co area with ravine Living Ro.. Dining Ro Electric Available August 1st. Ph. 372-
existing road right of way. Parcel No. 21 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Good paySteady pies.. AKC registered. Call and small stream. Situated In Large 6477.
372 2888 376-8615. Family Room. Hardwood
SECTION 26713-2601-STATE ROAD S 200- work or Inside city limits on paved street. Fls
A ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRlp.I Dr. O. N. Simmons aTtention Paid vacation TOY and miniature white male poo Price FR 21053. Open House : Po
I 'TIONS 1524 U StreetN. W. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special Time fc half over 40 hours dles. 6 weeks old, purebred. $ $.10. 1918 NW. 11th JWK

"PARCEL No. 19-R RIGHT OF WAY. Washington. D. C. to nervous or elderly.Easy 515 NW 36th Ave. Phone 372-5745.
WNED BY: I Parcel No. 19-R. 27 & 34 > Way Driving SchooL FR Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING INC.
widow Charlotte I -TOM. I Ic by' State of Fla. 372-0405. Adorable Beagle puppies. Unregistered ARNOLDREALTY SEETHIS 372-8404
I ._ Posha Williamson a ;
purebreds $20. Call 376-
Lucille M. Simmons
.Simmons, single) Dr. O. N. Simmons CARPENTER wanted to work in
,I. wife. Lucille M. Simmons Santa 1524 U Street N. w-ft-fr." 5 TRAVEL INFORMATION High Springs and Alachua area. 0076. COMPANY spacious two story 4 bed BEAUTIFUL traditional residence.
'" Simmons Bontemps & husband Paul Washington D. C. 454-1104 after 6:00 PJA. Member 3 bath 2 Space, quality and
Bontemps.UBJECT I Parcel No. 19-R 27 &.34 DRIVING to Massachusetts around Phone Non-union work. 33 LOTS FOR SALE 1219 W. Univ. Avenue 372-352 ing porches located hom In llep details desig.through. Lovely' csto
17. Need riders to share Associates: lot.
TO-. June than the
I sirable NE ONLY expenlv.
Interest of any unknown heir devisee Robelle Wilson Taylor ."- ,..... driving end expenses. Phone FR PAINTERS end paper hangers. top FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots Jane Caldwell F. W. Hedge $16,000 With nelghborood.$1200 DOWN. average price range b you
and-or other'claimant under Lee MIller 9728-57 Avenue .*- > 6-7884. rates. Call Commerlcal Painting, at $1500 ea. 2 Inside lots at Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo will agree this house I more
& wife. Minnie. Simmons Miller, Apt. 3Forest-. -* Inc. FR 4-2758. SI 200 ea. Located 2 miles south Bob Kalkman Jimmy GreeneGRACIOUS $474 DOWN-2 bedro masonry than worth It.
both Deceased. Hilt New York 6 SPECIAL: NOTICES: Of Crystal River Fla. on U.S., home with built even and TWO ACRES In the- woods with the
PARCEL No. 21 RIGHt OF WAY I Parcel No. 14 13-Help Male or Female 19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivi range 1 old-ONLY 75.00 most In contemporary styling;
That part of:- I ),' sion. Call C. Emory Cross, 376- M per month.yea overlooks a creek five brooms.
The west U'of NWof SWV4 Section Johnny' Taylor v* I have new 1964 model automatic 4582. handsome .
I 10 RIlE 9728 57 Avenue -* PLACEMENT SERVICE kitchen. Not quite com
TIS. ) Zig Zag sewing machines. No $50000 DOWN-Large 2
King each"side of and within 50 feet of Apt. 3-B \. attachments needed to do the Office Professional WILL pay cash Immediately tor two story frame home broom pJeted and a steal at S14400.00.
the survey line of State Road S-200-A. Sec- Forest Hill. New York / following decorative stitches. Technical lot or parcel of land outside city by Smith School. ONLY Substantial cash payment required -
"tion J47W-: OVjild survey line being described Parcel No. 14 buttonholes appliques. monograms College GraduatesFor limits. but close In, on a per month. 1.0 .
M follows: yBennte blind hems. Etc. $5.75 appt. call 372-A377 nice duplex house all ready on Charming" C Brid 2V* bath llv-' FOR $15.25000 FHA evaluation you

! Begin en.the North tine of the SWA of Wilson .:, $ per me. $54.50 total price. 815 1J.12oo( AM. 2-4:00 P.M. moving equipment can be moved Ing rm, Family em.Modern WE HAVE several 3 2bath can buy a four bro two bathhouse
the SWU.ef Section 10. T8S,. R21E ata soi -34 Avenue ", k ,\ W. Univ. Ave 376-1075 Monday through FrIdayPERSONNEL this week. Or will sell you togo kit. with dining area, homes with bro all In the ere.Spa
point 133.07ft.. ,westerly from the Carona. New York '- CENTER building furnished end ready dbl. carport, Ig shady lot. 3 bI. conditioning and Florida room cious living room and separate
Northeast.comer of said SWU of SWU Parcel No. 14 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care 102 NW 2nd AvCOOK at bargain price In en same easyterms. or- from U. F. campusCall the Llftlewood School area the dlnlrj room, parquet. Appointment -
You can move
said point being on the arc of a curve wanted good hours good sal- actIng Mary MollerCOMFORT Gainesville High School areas and only.
rent out by end of week by SEVERAL lovely lake homes for
Marlon Wilson
cancsvt to the northeasterly having a ary. Apply in person Idylwild.
( radius of S72f J7I ft.. thence from a 9101 ,-,34 Avenue house Restaurant. 14 S W. 1st St. now. FR 4-3012. sale Tile are year round rest-

tangent bearing of North (| degrees Carona. New York TINY TOT Behind Sears. .*?. OR SALE lake lot on Red Water. $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 b de.s easy commuting
'! 21* '09" West run northwesterly along Parcel No. 14Rosebud 7 Miles from Hawthorne. $3,500. Brick 3 Br., NW. area Brezewl.,. room 2 bath masonry te I distance.
PLAY SCHOOLVisit Cook.Apply in person Fla. fine residential ,
said curve through en angle of 1 decree SHORT Order Restau- Phone F R 23823 rm ares Westwood. Large corner J. W.
'" Wilson to Humpty Dumpty spacious Ig. shaded lot. $15750.
593 a distance of 199.42 ft: to for
and yourself.
us see
the end of said curve run thence' North 229 Valley Street 24 SE SIts St. FR 4-7804 rant. 310 N.W. 13th- St. 34 Waterfront Property Terms.-Call Mary Moeller. KIRKPATRICK

I 59 degrees 21' 39" West 1171.05 ft.-to Easton PennsylvaniaParcel HOUSEWIFE-STUDENTS. Earn extra John Merrill Realtor
the West Jine of Sectlon.10.JIS.R21E No. 14 EXPERIENCED elementary school money your own hours, no CONVENTIONALS.
ON THE GULF N. Main St. Phone FR 24404
I (East line of Section 9, TIS RUE at, TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration of teacher to care for children. 3 car needed. Call 37MM.trom Realtor 1 -
at point 207*.25 ,ft. northerly from the Taking Jias been filed In the abovestyledcause acre play area. Planned program. t:00 a. m. to 12:00. Cedar Key Shores W. area 3 Br, 2 "family Member Multiple Listing
Southeast corner of said SectionThence '9, by the Petitioner. the acquiring authority 372-7150. rm. Fire place, fine MULTIPLE LISTING :
tor home construction fM Irene tunned
BOOKKEEPER Other residential area. Equity 120000. Associates Marcella
tr Properties
of the take
these proceedings of
Nortt\.51 degress31'304..Wel2N.24ft.IotheNortli KORTChild Must be 'experienced.Call Take P.rd A. W. ., USN. Ret.
line of.tnp E'" ing of the above-described lands for the KIDDIE office.FR 2-4125. David Andrews up payments. $12500 mo.- W. H. Re. C

of' the SEU of Section 9. TSS R21E at purpose set forth In the Petition In t h I. Care Center 872-6667 Call Mary Moeller

point 231.17 ft. easterly from the North cause. viz.: As right of way for a portion Female Cedar Key. 3841 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
west corner of NEK.of SEU of said I of County Road No. s.2OO-A.1n Ala BABY-SITTING In private home. 16 Work Wanted PRICE REDUCED RedfranksRealestate

Section *iContaining thua County, Florida.and that the Honorable 82 per day. Phone 3727395.Employment WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
3 Br. Family rm, study, Ig
, J83 acres mere er less ex- J. Co'Adklns. Jr. one of the COLORED lady would like"to take Reg. Broker, specattzlng hi patio,L. en shaded lot to
elusive ef existing road. right of. way. ''. Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth care of elderly person. 14 yrs. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- this lovely home drive by 1 840 I Fo top quality workmanship
Judicial Circuit ef Florida, will. the AGEv a miles No. of Melrosa.
I OWNED BYt en experience as nurses aide. S NW. St. Call Mary
Jormnto' ..L.. DevLs&. wife.. 'WTOe Mae 2Sth day of June. A.D. It44 at f 30 AJVL. days per wfc. Phone 372-4742. GR 5291.BEAUTIFUL. 2 .114 3726142GAINESVILLE
In the Alachua Courthouse at
Davis County lot tile Suwennee .
PARCEL No. 27 RIGHT OF WAY Gainesville. Florida, consider said Declaration WANTED white housekeeper
Bluff. Can 37t
3 .school childr River at Rode on V* acre c* landscapedgrounds.
I in..Widower. with UPHOLSTERY
Borrow Pit No. 2. Haul Road J. Drain of Taking. appoint appraisers and '
FR 2-2t<1 after 5:00. BUDGE Entrance foyer, living
j Right of Station 114 and 20." make such Order: as the Court deems 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED en. Phone 3 Br., with with fireplace 15M M.W. lEt St.
That part of: proper. All parties to the suit and all JUST ever one acre heavily wooded ern Kit. shaded lot 159x100, M. r I Free Estimate*-PKK v P .*
of NWU parties Interested and be 17 Work Wanted Male Lake Ann. 20 miles from dining ro bi.
(11 EVt of E of SWU ef may appear like new. Call Mary kitchen, 3 delivery.
I I tion 10. TIS. RUE AND Sec.1. heard at the time and place designated BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Gainesville.\ 80 front feet on clear $1275.0 SPACIOUS r
SWU ef You. end each of are hereby commanded lake. 13500 with $1500 down and MlA bros
(2) flEU ef Section 10. you. up to $5 per hour demonstrating LAWNMOWING JOB. nave ownmower. or SXOOO cash. 376- try estate lii near
R21E described as follows: to appear by filing an Answer to famous Studio Girl Will a" cut hedges. Call ISO petmonth & week-ends. about lots zoned business I Country Chrtx. only
of's.dioftl after S P.M.
the West line the Petition heretofore filed In this cause
Commence en Cosmetics. Full er Part Time. 376-1 M*. reasonable FREE ESTIMATES
10. TIS. R21E at a point 2074.25 ft bt the entitled Court. on er before July Phone 376-4336 after 4. Donald Mas prosslll 1a.1 prior FURNACES end Quality O
. from the Southwest 31st 1944. to show what right title. Interest t
. northerly corner Investors 1. Call 376-OS17
I .1 \ of said Section 10. run thence South I, er lien you. er any of you. havein EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing. 18 Schools Institutions 35 Houses' for Sale erty at Iviat.16 16 bi. p. CENTRAL AIRCONDITIONERS

S* degrees 21' 30" East 114*.41-.., run and to the above-described lands and shorthand. knowledge ef book- NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom
thence North 1 degree 17 00" West .show cause why the same should not be keeping desired. Ample starting SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW 5-ROOM FRAME house, se Fir home en ewer an acre
.J 400 ft. to the point of beginning of Borrow > ''taken for the uses and purposes set forth wage. No age limit. Unlimited Secretarial Courses Classes new porch reduced for fa convenient to Medical
Pit No. 2. continue thence North in the Petition flied herein. career opportunities for woman forming. Howell's Business Col- SL495. Phone Cephls Goodman.1 Center. Everything like

1 degree ir 00" West 300 ft, run WITNESS my Hand and Seal of this wttti oulcJc mind. Prefer permanent lege. 2IS W. Univ. Ave. FR t-3507. 5 WilFOR Avenue.Mary new. Total Pr. $8.200 wilts '771ffN

*"thef ce_}lortfl.1I degrees 4T 00" East Court. on this 12 day of June. A.D. 1964. Interview resident.request Send to Box resume 435 coO or Sale er New a BR. terms. OFFER. by
ta -
.3OCft.. run thence South 1 degree J. B. CARMICHAELCLERK
I SERVICE TESTS! located Westmoreland
Gainesville Sun. U. S. CIVIL home
__22 .OnEa t 300 ft. run thence South OF THE CIRCUIT l paved LOW DOWN PAYMENT and m Best eip using In
4T 00" West :lOt ft.. COURTIN Junior or ***tor. Esate O c leu
J.a.degBn re arnpokg.4 BEAUTICIAN 1S-52. Start high as family I pymcnta t re.k.1 terly c .
AND FOR ALACHUA Phone FR 6-9766. 5 I b' available engineered
Beginning) some following. week. Preparatory & dlnmfl area. Nt sin a It al.
S102.M a Rm
COUNTY. FLORIDA.BYs SECRETARIAL positions beginning until appointed. Thousands R heat built-in kitchen Including Na Cal 361 byALL
training Realtor
A parcel .f land for Borrow Pit Haul EMILY WATERHOUSE Sept. part time end full time of lobs open. Experience GE J courtyards for d Is AMERICAN HATING
Route tying East ef and within 40 I feet Deputy Clerk shorthand and typing necessary. FREE Information ., dle. close AIR CONDITIONING Co
of a tine described as follows: (SEAL) Call Hillel Foundation Mon. thru usually unnecessary.on lobs salaries. requirements. U F Wll. t s. 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor I PH. 376-8268

Begin on the Southwest comer of Borrow WAYNE CARLISLE FrU 1 to S PM FR 2-2900. Write TODAY givingname o Down c 1. Member Multfole Listing Mrtl La"H', Associate
Pit No. 2. run thence South 1 degree COUNTYATTORNEY and Lincoln S7 occupancy. MARY MOELLER IROKERASIATES "IUI Associate 1930 NE BM.
ir 00" East 400 ft. to the end of said P. O. BOX 44GAINESVILLE. LADY for general office work svt address phone. Dr Z3e
.Haul Route FLORIDA day -week. age 30-45, experience Service. Box 410M c/e GadteVllle *- 1027 N JOttt Dr t1 8Jf E. W Kessler- 7 NE. lit St. Phone 3H1 24 .

'UCTION 26713-H01-STATE ROAD S-200- Of counsel .... the petitioner. en office machines and perpetual Sun. J dal Ml Di D Fo Re 376-2927 .372-7943

ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIP- (3423) 4:15 22. 29; 7:i _ Inventory helpfuL Phone 372-8327. f

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35 Houses for Sole '35 Houses for :Sale 35 Houses for Sale 41 Residential Income I i 44 Cottages for Rent -

FURNISHED I BR cottage oil
N.E. Section For sale by owner 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also adjoining electric. tile shower good ventilation -
BY OWNER Mason Manor :3 BR 2 bedroom. large lot. 2 air conditioners GLADYS SMITH rental property. 200 ft. located on Santa Fe
2 bath. cent. heat. built-in kit., 1515 N.E. 6th Terrace. frontage. 300 block N_E. 3rd Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2-
THE TIME IS NOW. huge screen porch paved dead- Call for appointment. FR 2-8629. Ave. Will sell together or sepa 1169. SdurCSM!
end street shaded lot reasonably .SERENOLA ESTATES rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- COMER'S Lake View Beach on
residential lots school
priced. Phone FR 2-2378. Lovely new 4752. Big Lake Santa Fe now open k,
In from
opening September. priced
and Furnished
Swim picnic. cot-
3464 N.W.1Oth Ave. (Libby 1 $750 DOWN & right Into $3500. Call 3725393. week.
move tages by the For reservation -
Heights). Owner moving out of this sparkling clean 3 BR. 1 bath 42 Farms & Acreage call 468-1129 Earlton. 97
state must sell one year old CB home at 527 N. W. 3ith Drive. S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra 'ont&?
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr home. Quality construction. CCB Stove. Ref. & Dishwasher In- nice large home butltln 2 BEDROOM house on Lake Santa
3 BR 2 full baths. 34 ft. dock S45 week.
large and' New Fe private per
cluded. Littlewood School. Pricedat range oven. f"replace ACREAGEAppr.
living room, 23 ft. x 14 ft. kitchen- Call FR 6-3268 ext. 2523.
FHA commitment. Call 3725393for
House to Rent? family room screened porch overlooking only Sl&ooo.
enclosed garden area SMALL DOWN PAYMENT and an appointment. 44 acres near new country ENT modem furnished cottageson
this BRAND NEW :3 BR. 2 Lake Santa Fe week
own club. Suitable for apt. sites or or
work shoP. 2-car carport. 2355 sq.
ft. Central heat hardwood floors, bath luxury home on Vt acre 80 ACRES fine homes. season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co.
wooded lot 100 x 140. Ideal lOCation lot at 3669 N. W. 16th Ave. Cent. Plus 3 bedroom. 2 bath home FOR RENT week or month. 3
REMEMBER rental COSTS for growing family. 1 block atrconditioned. Beautiful builtin central heat oak floors 20 miles 12 acres W. of Gainesville on pave- room cottage on Like Lilly. & t
vacancy Littlewood Elementary 3 blocks elec. kitchen. Family room. Dou- from Gainesville. 15 acres pecan ment. $6800.M AAelrose sleeps 6 adults. Plentyof : Vil/nfJ& grc&i
ble Lawn sprigged and
Westwood JHS 4 blocks "300 grove 45 acre permanent pasture. shade on house. deck and ;
YOU MORE than the .ad that will rentit Swim Club." Priced to sell low landscaped. Priced to sell at 20 acres unimproved. Tractor. 80 acres near Gainesville good white sand beach. Utilities In-
20s. FR 2-8011. $2X500. mower harrow fertilizer distribu- land. $145.00 acre cluded. Phone GR 5-2631. \
3-CONVENIENT to shopping and tor. Call 3723393.GLADYS Ten model homes 'from
BEACH house for sale between schools at 607 N.W. 19th Ave. MARY MOELLER REALTOR KINGSLEY LAKE
A1A and ocedh 4 miles south of 3 BR, 2 baths large LR with SMITHRealtor 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Furnished cottages for rent. Phone $13,925 -' $17.000
Mwineland. Call FR 28847. fireplace. Fla. room. Unusual and 533-2134. No down VA
attractive In and out. For only money
117,500. See It. Fordyce Acreage 2 trailers S45 and $55. Cool, private down FHA
Associates: $450
Here's what your Vacancy 4-S750 DOWN & LOW monthly Anna Hinson Ben Griffin Phone FR 2-9838. 4611 NW

payments on this like-new 3 BR. Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes 40 acre tract beautifully wooded, 6th St.

EVERY DAY until it is rented : BUY FROM Terrace 1 bath home cent.at heat.2131 N.nice W. kit.55th, Member Multiple Listing southwest of town only $165.00 an 1

pretty yard. paved street. Pricedat acre. \. .
A beautiful ranch with magnificent
BUILDER only S10,900.UNIVERSITY pastures, water tobacco and peanut Quality
\ $16500 an acre. a real buy on WESTVILLAN.W. ,
3 bedroom. 1V4 bath. Pay only X
todays market. JU t
'. $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day .$80 per month Including taxes Investment acreage close to Medical i .
t and Insurance. Wooded lot on 'REALTY Center in southwest 20 acre 16th Ave. 2837 N.E.JS'ihCOMPARE

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day safe young dead-end growing street.family.Perfect No money for for parcel$5,500.Beautiful approximately. 660 x 1320 t 3767,971U .
down to qualified Vets. Only 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. A PERFECT HOME beautiful and hills. over 100 & 37th St.
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day no.$450 a.Advanced down. FHA. Ask to see lot Associates. M. Munroe S. E. Realtor McLaughlin spacious in a for choice gracious Westslde living.location located -- acres perfect for horses and

Frank Roby. Roy McCannT. cattle. $37500 an acre.
4 bedroom 3 bath home
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Design 3-2. One of Gainesyule's C. Douglas. Jr. with swimming pool and lovely Also other listings available from TERMSWALTER
patio with $7500 an acre on up. _
living room fireplace
most advanced home de 1111I "'IIIDllllllutRl

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day and signs.range Eye In. level kitchen.built-in Breakfast oven FORDYCEREALTOR separate room dining carpets room.and large drapes famIly Included -- FORDYCE ASSOC INC.

bar. Walk-In closets. Terrazzo loads of storage space REALTOR
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day floors. Large rear lot with fenceon central heat and air conditioning. I 924 W. Univ. 3761234NEWBERRY i !
back line. Save nearly $1,000 STUBBS,
on this one. $15.150 $500 down ELEGANT & EXPRESSIVERe- -
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day FHA $94 month Includes all. lax and enloy life "and your family t Acres, mostly Bahia pasture INC.
Ask for lot no. 2. In this 3 bedroom. two bath Only $2,000. Call or See.S. THESE HOME VALUES
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Afternoonswill home. Large liv'ng! room wall to E. SAPP. REALTOR aI
wall carpet and brick fireplace. "We Trade Houses"sin
Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 NEWBERRY FLA.
Huge corner lot with hundreds of be enloyable on the shady patio Separate dining room modern I I
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day dollars In additional landscaping.Take of this 3 bedroom 2 bath kitchen plus a lovely screened -
sidewalk to public or parochial home on West University Avenue. patio and central heat & air con 43 Colored Property

$90 mo. . $3.00'per day schools. Save big moneyon Separate living room and dining ditioning. Want Ads mimumnwuniuutmim1Tnsnnflflflflflm!
per room; almost 1700 sq. ft. of living i
this one. Lot no.. 24. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex '
area. Beautiful lawn and on LIKE NEW this lovely 4 bedroom
$3.16 day a large corner lot. Only 21800. 2 bath contemporary home. nice apartments. large living and i-
$95 per mo. . per
dining area modem kitchen with Get Results
HUGH EDWARDS, Call 376-1236.Fordyce & Associates Inc. fenced family room.In back beautiful yard with built patio In fan large storage closets terrazzo The followIng are ready for

$100 per mo . $3.33 per day INC. kitchen. ,owner leaving town. Immediate floors tile baths. space heater g occupancy.
and hot water heater facilities -
2837 N.E. 15th Street White Pillars occupancy. for washing machines and IHIIIIHDllllllllmllllllllllDlIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIt g

376-7971 exemplify the beauty of this spa- IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -Own- paved streets. See at N.E. 26th I 3330 &- 3320
I cious 7 bedroom. 2 bath home In er leaving town and must sell- Ter. or call for appointment 372- HOME NW 30th An.g .
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR In &
2 BR frame freshly painted
5321 3725323.HOMES
Littlewood Estates. Equipment In- 4 bedroom 2 bath living room. or
NW 40th
out. Back porch shade trees oak 1115 Drive 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn, S77.
cludes drapes In the large master family room built In kitchen and I
3 BR 2 .
floors. terms $200 dn. and $55 bath $350 dn. SI09 per mOo
bedroom. dishwasher. built-in screened porch. Central heat and
Located Univ. Ave. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 00 per.month.
monthly. near oven and surface unit and garbage central air conditioning. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- BUYERS '
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. Immed. disposal. Located on a dead 4617 SE lat pro
ment. Some small down pay-
occupency.! See It and phone 6- end street so traffic Is at a min WALKING DISTANCE TO FINLEY men Monthly payment $57 to 2024 NE 16th Ter. 4608 SE 2nd P1.
7170. imum. Only $25,900. Call For SCHOOL pleasant 3 bedroom $65. Also homes built on your S 3 BR 2 bath. S350 dn.. S89 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn, 161
DD THIS UP -It makes a top dyce & Associates. Inc. 376-1236. home on a nice 110 x 154 lot 10- lot for no down payment.Call GUIDEby per month. oar mo.
buyl 3 BR. plus m baths. plus Ced: In Florida Park owner TOMMY RIDGELL
HW floors plus WW carpets plus Split Levelliving leaving town. Builder Phone FR 2- 125 The James Co. = 1115 NE 5th St. 303 SE 38th St.
sep. OR plus pantry. Plus eat- s J BR 2 bath S350 dn., $94 3 BR 1 bath. $400 dn. m
35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sal In kitchen. plus draperies plus Is delightful In this 4 bedroom New Westslde restricted residential oar month. per mOo
fenced plus shrubbery. plus 2 bath home In the N.W. subdivision acre lots, paved E. C. '"CURLY" The James Co. of Galnles- I
convenience to elementary. high section. Equipped with drapes streets. Inside lots $3950 corner yule! Inc., Builders of KingsI
COMPLETELY furnished 2 bedroom

IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm.. frame home about 1500 schools and shopping. SUBTRACT throughout. paneled entry birch lots 4250. Select your homesitenow KUEHN JR. berry Homes for this area will = 23G NW 29th Av.
1 bath kitchen, living rm.. dinIng Sq. Ft. In good condition. Located selling and closing fees (its by cabinets. large reception room before the next Increase. be happy to answer any questions 3 BR. 2 bath, $650 dn. UI
rm. Block home with 2tt near bus line and Stephen owner). S'A per cent. FHA-$97 and beautiful oak floors. Almost Homes Lots. Income. Business you might have concern- Norwood per mOo
acres of land within city limits. Foster school at 822 N.W. 39th mo. Incl. T & I. CARRY your 3.000 sq. ft. of living area avail. and Lake Property. Ing home ownership. You mightbe
Price $14,000. Phone 4722459. Ave., on beautiful lot 100 x 141 own figures as an offer to 719 able and only J2 ,5M. Call For. M.M.PARRISH. Farms and Acreage. one of those people but found that V. 3301 63311I1oe
WORK SHOP Also car shed and work shop. $100 N.W. 19th Lane. Call 3723784. dyce & Associates. Inc., 376-1236. E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN Jr. that now It owns Is a now home inadequate if g NW 30th Ave.

CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR, m bath down payment. $100 month. $12,. CREEKSIDE. over ONE ACRE on 633 N. MAIN ST. this Is the case a call to The 00 1' 4 BR. 2 bath S6DO dn, "t.uH" .
dining rm., Fla. rm., Ig. util. 000. Credit report required call Hogtown Creek. Small frame Beatthe FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 James Co. could very well! per mOo
rm.. fenced back yard. near FR 6-2S24 or 71O. beautiful natural this Ioc.
house setting. heat In this centrally air con- solve your problems. By
schools & churches. 372-8776. :3 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB screened ditioned 4 bedroom 2 bath homeIn we mean trading in your pre- g
2411 N.E. 10th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath. porch air conditioned central MODERN. Cool and Convenient the N.W. section. Almost 2/- & ASSOCIATES INC.H. sent home. nmmnnmnmnrmlllllllUlilUllnllllllll
EYES RIGHT! Trade Homes
CCB carport and utility room. heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street. FR Llttlewood-Westwood area. Cen- 000 sq. ft. Includes separate living *ayne Hill Helen Graham I
central heat and paid-up pool 2-6729. tral Heat and Alr- ond. Built In room dining room Florida Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish There are a number of ques- or Property
membership. Reduced for quick kitchen. Closed two car garage, room and beautiful floors. Fenced See real dream living In Shadow tions that we can answer con-
SALE by Owner. 3 BR 2 bath red If N E 1st Street Tel. FR Lawn Estates. Models
sale. Phone 3725994. 3 bedroom 2 bath. 'back yard and spacious lot. Can 2-5375 Open.F. cerning trading. We feel that JflffifflliuIflllsullbllllulffluiE1flT0t FOR RENT
brick home. Low down payment. '
I be for D. Oliver. Bid,. by talking with us you can
I yours only $24,000. Call N.W. Section. MUST SELL 3 BR
McKINNEYGREEN Assume 15th Terr.FHA FR mortgage.6-4060 or 2118 21879.N.E. BUSINESS LOCATION. Retail business Fordyce. & Associates Inc. :376- 2 bath low equity take up pay Ph. FR 2-0866 pick a suitable floor plan and 124 SE 7th St.
or Professional Office. 1236. ments. Phone 376-0879 after S:30 West en NW :39th Ave. past exterior design that will suit
GLADYS SMITHFARM House can be converted. Lot 85 P.M. the Glen Springs intersec your needs. from our many ALL OUR HOMES ARE 3 BR 1 Barn'
x 150. 509 N. W. 10th Ave. REDUCED tion. Sea sign en left. plans that we keep on hand. == OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- I Year Lease. $95 per MI.
$1000 below FHA Appraisal. Swimmingpool A call to the James Co. will JOY SEEING ANYTIME
37 Real Estate Exchanged
DEATON Cozy cotta e with fire- and a lovely brick home with get all the facts about any be YOU WILL JUST ..f. _
REALTORS Picturesque 70 acres stream place. Low down payment.. Can four bedrooms. 3 baths are yours type financing any questionsyou g 1123 S.E. 4th STREET IBJIIIIIIIRIIIImmmmnmmll1llllllllllllFR !
running through property. Permanent be rented. for only $36,000. A spacious living WILL trade waterfront property on MccorsMacoma might have without any 6-5301 or FR .7989 -
NortheastOne Bahia pasture. 360 brand room Florida-room. a delight. Santa Fe Lake for car lost from obligations on your part.
name Pecan tress pear orchard. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates ful kitchen and all centrally air- $1,250 to $8,000. G. P. RIppey Homes
We have lots available In a
bedroom compact MASONRY conditioned. Do call Fordyce & ,
Brick farm home with full farm Melrese, GR 5-5571
HOME on a corner lot for the equipment. 10 acres In pine. Call Associates. Inc, 376-1236 to see Inc.For most any section of town for flffl0mmmBffwllell 00nswnwjnnmmuuflm.msmummuwuuwuid
Member Multiple Listing to choose from.
YOUNG married couple. Completely 3725393. one.
furnished Including electric 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<1 38 Real Estate Wanted Sale very attractive 3-
range and refrigerator-Tile Arle T. Smith. Realtor bedroom. bath home. 4617E. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
bath. All this for $6,700all FR. ONE ACRE Mabel L. Gore. Associate FORDYCEASSOCIATES. TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 University Ave./ walking Paramore have over 30 years
23617 Wooded lot. close to Littlewood bedroom country home with combined experience In the
and Westwood Schools. Four bedrooms NORTHEAST INC. acreage or home In nice older distance to Lake Forest construction of homes. By careful Butler Bros. Builders
Price $12,500. $500
2 baths, Florida Room 2 bath home .
3 Bedroom. many section of town. Send details to supervision by Jim and
Good Value enclosed porch. two fireplaces. I built-In features on large lot. Real Estate Exchangors box 424-M, Gainesville Sun. down and $77.50 per month.Call Gene it will enable you as the ,
Multiple/ Listing Realtors Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
Cypress panelling throughout. FHA financed-$500 down pay. homeowner to get more home
You will find In this 3 B. R. 1 bath .
Dishwasher stove Inc. Call 372 ment. Grace S. Fordyce Broker NEED Coin laundry locations for Day FR 6-7290. nights FR and
for certainly
home In the Northwest area. Only 5393. Dudley Goulden Associate our customers. No sewer required 6-5015. Office corner N. Main your money
makes The James construe
$400 down and $8800 a month- NORTHWESTClose Harvey Benton Associate The Viking Company. Box and 23rd Blvd. lion to be beyond compare.By 9 Invites Youto
Call FR. 23617Income
9W. Univ. 376-1286
3872 Sarasota. Florida.
PROFITEarn bed- __
to school and shopping. 3 ---- -
while you live In this two rooms. 2 bath home with famIly building primarily the
Property story tip-top condition home room. This Is a very nice home Klngsberry home we feel we
If you are looking for a property Apartment upstairs and downstairs for the growing family with only have a great advantage and
with an Income let us show you three large rooms for $1,500 down payment. great opportunity for you as
this nice 2 story duplex Fully rentals. All furnished. Priced at the purchaser to pick design Palm View Estates.
furnished-$175.00 per month In- $18,000 with good financing. Closeto WIN THIS HOME and floor plans that are create
come. Good condition and location downtown and new Federal DAN BYRD ed by some of the country's
-Paved streets-The price Is bldg. Call 3723393GLADYS leading architects.If .
reasonable. You should investI- ASSOCIATES. INC.
gate before you buy. Call FR. 2- SMITHRealtor Jack DeYot Realtor you desire complete information -
3617 Associates call The James CO. and
A of
Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway we will be happy to come to new community -
ASSOCIATESJ. Associates: Christine Stone ; your home and spend any homes in the fashionable
Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Anna Hinson Ben Griffin (25 N. W. 13th Street amount of time necessary to 'C
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes 3722511 explain The James Co. systemof Northwest,

Multiple Listing Multiple Listing Call night or day f;:,__ -: :" home ownership.We r

.;. : can secure FHA VA and
several different types of con- Featuring :
IN THE ventional financing.Let .
FHA homes from
us mention a few of T
the Homes that are either under -
construction or In the
planning stage. $16,000-$20,250

4-Bedroom 3 full tile baths .I: Dew payment tram $600.M
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this hometo
appreciate It. We will trade
-r ._ .-' on this one.2Bedroom.. VA Loans Available

S (IN IVi bath withhardwood a

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA well decr'I lot. Small located down-on I

payment. FHA.Construction .

BOATS & MOTORS and the TAPPAN appliances in it to start soon artS 3 & 4 BEDROOM

N.E. Gainesville. Call now -
WOULD LIKE THE 76th and make all color selections.All
HUNTER Fiberglass Ftshipg 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT 24" GRILLS AND Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter these will be brick veneer. Palm Estates
Boat Introduced by FRANK S49.SO MOTOR We have 4 lots on 39th Ave. View
PHILPOTT? $10.** the Tappan SweepStakes-first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will 100"x27i'. Pick a lot and house

EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX GOOD 725 YEAR N. Main SERVICE 372-3537 STORES deposit. in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of this home. plan to suit you. '

CHARGE Tn Heart Of Cast Gainesville* Hundreds of other valuable prizes, too. And nothing to buy. All you Now under construction 3- is planned for professional men and ,the1:

FRANK, PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie have to do is enter your name in the Joppan Sweepstakes when you Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 :families. _
Sq. Ft. floor area double carport
SPORT CENTER FR MTtUADVERTISE Ust of Classifications to choose
model '
visit homeqTAPPAN
our on shaded 100x27 lot. Will
Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from trada on this one. FERNWOOI MODELS'
Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH ,
Motors. MURRAY Built-in appliances as featured on
Trailers and JACKSON Sailing Skiing Swtmmlng-Dlvlng.

Canoes. W THE Fishing Equipment. THE'TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet from $12,250 up
"Where Quality Sells Itself

fR20 NW. 14th RA SERVICE DIRECTORY Safety Items. from $400 down
2-5011 or 6-4293 Golfing Equipment.
full 'details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our 1 1I
Mono Thru FrI. 54 P.m. SaL MOther Tennis Equipment.
Times by Appointment I
ALACHUA COUNTY'S Baseball Equipment. model home on NE 1st Ave. in r IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

Sufi Want Ads ONLY JOHNSONSEA DEALER Where to Fish. For More Call Information I 3 MODELS

HORSEMOTORS Plus many many more.
Lone star Boats. Orlando dipper jIigh1and Court Manor WRITE. WIRE PHONE or VISIT
Get Results Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.
New th swim chili community
601 S. MAIN ST. SERVICE: DIRECTORY: Of Gaimetvill.. Inc. Palm View Estates

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46 Unfurnished Apis. 49 Rooms for Rent 6 6 Misc For Salt. 77 Mobile Homes for Sal ,

apart LOOK
2 Bedroom
trailer 42 with aluminum -
TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately ment. Near Campus. 102 NW 13th CARPETS and lift too can be beautiful cabana air

lower level of duplex St. Phone FR 4-2937 or 374-10(2. if you use Blue Lustre carpet shady/ lot pool. Town conditioned.. Coun IMPALA 42. J-dr.. SS Hard 'ToD DODGE TRUCKS

; ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE about\ stove 3 blks.end off refrig.campus., situated 1105 ROOM with bath and kitchen privi pooer cleaner.SI. McDaniefl Rent electric Fvrn.aham-Co.. I try. Lot G-2. Ph. rR 64604.If51 W.TIre, PG. Trans" PS .clean.. POOLE-GABLE ,AT
leges. Working lady or
I U Mla.!1aa NW 4th Ave. $M per. mo. Phone gradu.testuelent. Gainesville Shopping Center. I FLEETWOOD. 10 x 45. 2-Bed Ph. FR 2-041t. 1. exra '
.. Card .f Tkaak *! Waalt4 le B.TMackteery FR 45571.DESIRABLE. Car necessary. FR 46U2 room air-conditioner., .. Paradise 119 SE First Ave. THESEBEAUTIES
after 4.30. 21" Airline walnut
consol TV. Excellent -
1964 Chevrolet Impala 2300
i Trailer Court. FR 2-3270. new.
: S Lest Fen 4k Ts.s '
., well located 2 BR condition./ ". Large window 372-4343
4-Dr. Dealer
Q LARGE cool divided
4 Penaalise4 Service BmUAlng Material room 12x22
duplex apt with utility appliances fan fair cond. $10. Phone 12 WIDE IS HERE
I TraTel lafenaaUo* .4 Be.Mkeld GeeeeM furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental private entrance and shower. FR4002OefterS.PORTACRIB. : I I Phone 6. John Baldwin

,1 SpecUl.Notice AaUfBea $85 monthly. yearly basis. No quiet residential area. Ideal for 4820 NW 13th St.. 441 N
I Florist .< ..... For Sale children. pets or students. 815 couple or students utilities and baby crib bed and I 86 SWAP CARS

,4 Baby Utter*.>CklM Car n Traatag P.*.. NW 13th St. Phone FR 4-5323 linens Included. Phone 2311 or mattress bouncing hobby horse FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES I GAINESVILLEAUTO AT

'. rtaee Te G. Aa* U Article Waateiss or. FR 4-4833. 2t0351A. Baby Tenda. Also full size WestInghouse WILL trade 1957 Oldv.
nbtp To BeeUTOMOTIYE FBI on a> TT.. ,. Beat Mario Equip. DELUXE 2 Bedroom Duplex. built- Wonted To Rent tenna. 213 NW 29th St. citil pre
TRAILER. cabana and lot for sale ium 1007 N. Main St. MELlON
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71 Camp Hut Flak Ins. terrazzo floors near schools.large c
: PORTABLE record player 4 LP or trade Will trade for a house ?44I Ipv. Phone FR 2.6313Northcentrol
I Airplane SalesKeatalet 72 Office mlpsrt yard; $80. Call FR 4-5005. albums both new records & trailer. Has own water tank and
MebU 23 Mealcal Mcrekaidl Deluxe FAMILY of three want 2-3 bedroom player. Emergency sale. $20 plus 2019 N.W. 34th Ave. Florida's
Berne* fer Sal 2 & 3 Br. New ducted air pump. 87 Automobiles Wanter
r I Track fer Sale cond. and heat. Wood paneled. house. below $100. Five ad. 372-8238. _
FOR SALE 195S HICKS trailer Largest
year resident here. Phone 2-291X
__3-Xrack Spacious yard. Quiet. $110-$140. Walnut D. Dresser. Mirror. chest. with 11 x 30 cabana. 3 BR. fur. Dealer
L ii5e1r KcaUla _REAL ESTATE FOR SALE See at 3533 S.W. 24th Ave. Call APT. to rent or house to buy or B. C Bed. slightly used......8995 nished air conditioned washingmachine. CARS WANTED. 15S Fords Inpndnt MOTORS

j d-e.4l.e F R 4-0783 or 25400. I rent. Will pay rent or monthly Coil springs 4> up............ 4.00 fenced Located at li Chevrolet A Heron sr
-tl-tfetero-mr'* Seeeters ULaU fer Sale payments of $70 or less. Preferably Mattresses & up ....-.......1000 Archer Rd. yer. FR ice Station 4 .
-.1 AaUnabtl Kepatr S4 Waterfr$ Preyertj 47 Houses for Rent Fun I In nice white neighbor, COX WAREHOUSE. 602 S. Main. 7317. .
TS! AaUaeblleS fer Sal >a Beue* FIr Bale hood. Ph. 372-8477 I AJW. to 5 PAINTJOB
:.4.&p. Can JS Cottage Fer Sale I P.M. '63 ZIG ZAGMACHINE 35 ft. x < ft. 1958 GREAT LAKES
I .. n Heal .EiUte Exckaacei 3 BR, 2 bath. 411 SW 27th St. $150 house trailer.Vt'b HiI VOLKSWAGENMILLER.
U Beat Estate Waited per mo. Call McKinney Green. 52 Boarders Wanted crest Trailer 0
EDUCATIONAL IS Oat ef Tm Properly Inc. FR 23617. Gregory, or call FR 60 after
_1* Scheel-* ZutrecUea 1943Model Zig Zag Machine ,.. 5 p.m.
-- Daacing.te 40 Biilaeii PrupertisSIbM1c. 2 BEDROOM house. 1105 N.W. ROOM end Board for girls. Private
possesed. Balance $3888 or $4
Want.4-.katrsctiss '41 Residential lucerne 33rd Avenue, corner of 11th St. bath. Wishing Machine.' PhoneFR
,_ 4t Farm A Acreage monthly. Phone FR 2-3572. Motorcycles Scooters
I House open call FR 6-4230. A-4083. 8 6
43 Cftlerad Preperfy Rental !
IEMPLOTMENTJ7 43-1 Colered Preperfy Sales 1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. urn HURRICANE fence for sale. 325 ft. $3995
Work Wasted Male St.. corner 33rd Ave. House open. 54 Business Rentals full steel fence. Call 372-4745 or MUSTANG Special model per- -

.J. Werk Wasted FeBialJ4 RENTALS Call FR 44230.COMPLETELY 374-45S4. f condition must b s to @
Sale Bel WaatefIS GARAGE space for rent 61 U S.W. Ipel.ted. $249. W. BROWN
furnished 2 BR 2nd St. call John Merrill. Real- .
2-35 mm Exakta cameras lens & 12th .n. At
Http-Male er Female 44 CeUace F.r Beat home at Earleton Fla. S h I p- tor. FR 71404 accessories. Phone FR 4-4403. 36-69 1030 E. Univ. ..
-U Male Help WaatedDramatle 41 F.naJaJle' Apt. man's Landing. $50 per mo. Call HONDA .0. take up payments of HAWESFOWERSBODY
44 Cafaralshe4 Apt*. FR 4-3507. 56 Business GOLF. set of 9 Jack Burke by $21. Phone 372-0065 after 7 PM. FR 2-3582
Opportunities o
:11 Feaiale- Bt- WaaU4IFARMS 47 Rouses fer Bent 1'0' .,. 1 Bedroom house. $45 per month. McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must sell. FOR SALE 1957 H. D. Sportster Mo SHOP 1963 BUICK
Call 3722002. See at 804 S. Depot
45 Beue far Beat C fmrm.4S Appty at 51S NW. 30th Ave Ave. torccle. excellent condition. l FOR THE 611 S.W. 3rd St.
& LIVESTOCK Beentk for Beat EXCELLENT downtown Slncia/ r extras. $500 phone COREC Special. 4-Door sedan
__2. Fcrm alpneat M Betet Be.au 2 bedroom furn. home on the lake. Service Station -open and doIng 2 Year old electric Hotpolnt rlnge.origin.1 016.e TIME FR 2-0538 automatic transmission,
_z7 Teed A "FcrUllMf SI III... BaatalaIIA Call 372-9597 after 6:00 weekly business will lease to responsible cost. $200. Will sacrificefor air. l-owner. New car

,4 _2* Llretteek Supplies Wanted T* Bent for further Information. party with adequate $50. Call 3744455. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS FR 2-1411 trade In.

_l. LaaJae-aytag Tsp Sell U Bearders W..... ENJOY Lake Santa Fe. year capital. Sinclair Refining Co. NICE Cedar Wardrobe. Very good
.M Pets 4k Sapplle S* Ottte Desk Bpaee around. Attractive home furnished Phone FR 4-0222 or 24512. $2495
condition. $40. Come by 1035 N.E. Of
a .1 AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up Courtesy *
-&Llveateek Waate4FINANCIAL Baitaea Beataai or unfurnished. Including boat. T .t
MAN 5th Place. :
and wife
team free to live
Special/ $2-50 for CI
Ideal for couple with child. Reasonable perrmln University Chevrolet
SERVICE rent to qualified person. out of town and operate a small BEIGE/ foam cushion chair RCA test. All makes models

t Bnslnes* Oppertmnltlea' 23 Special Services GR 5-9494. Sundry FR e-3012.and rental business. Phone Table Radio. high chair double Hawes Powers Motor Co., N. Main St. at 16th Aye. OUR BEST BUY
stroller. Call FR Conditioning Servicing Center.
_.11 Messy is L.as .,IS Hs5 Iapt.t5et5 4 BR., IVi bath $150 month. 44559.
( per 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- '1 1962
Js M'ngagss TV Service. 1101 S.W. 5th Ave. Available CUSHMAN Highlander frame. complete I CHEVROLE
d. Keaey Wasted II Appliance Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity new tires perfect condi 2541.
FanUtare August. 15th. Phone FR 6-2892. Value Rated 1960 Impla O san
I for the right man to get in tion. $25. Phone 31-3-C22. I SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive transmIssIo a .ut.
1 BR house. lights & water furnished the bowling alley business with a repairs and tune-up. heater
--- -- -------- $42 per mo. No pets small amount of capital., Call FR KENMORE washer with suds-saver. Miller & Sons NW 1st St. Used Cars Volkswagen and white steering turquoise

3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR 4-2441 or FR 4-2730. Ask for Mr. good condlton; $15. Phone 372- Phone 7 top
-44 Cottages for, Rent 45 Furnished Aprs. 2-5633. Haynes. 1015. 371. $2095
t =- - B&G MOTOR CO. $1040
SttVER: LAKE near Keystone CLEAN. tlvlng room |lust refur. no pets. Call FR 20204. Business is set up for those who IS HARD OF HEARING encourage SAL Cadillac Oldsmobile

Tleps 10: ISO per week. Call 374Jflj fished, newly painted. 1 BR apt. NW 1st are willing to work spare Ems: at him to enloy| the benefit of a 2001 NW 13th St.FRANK'S Beiair, 9 passenger wagon. Air
1 BR furnished house. 1310 power (
hearing aId Visit GAINESVILLE CORVAIR steering radio heater.
first then full time. and
or 374-4404. at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per Honesty MonZ.'u eUIp
Ave. near campus. Phone 376- HEARING AID CO. with
mo. Immed. dependability more Importantthan Today. rldo heter.
Phone $2095
a Bedroom-furnished house on Swan 4-2472. Weseman occupancy.Realty. 2937 or 4-1082. past experience. Must have N. Main Street. FR 6-0095. wall 8,000 miles.

.Lake by week or month. Phone Neatly furnished. small home 3 use of car and good references. Assume payments small equi 1960 BUICK

-: 974-S442 con- heater
I .,_. bath. off-street parking no carport. Cool oak shaded ,I 000 yearly. Applicant must have dition; $45. Also range./ beige leather reclining CII owner at 3721.ex. AUTO CLINIC 61 Come 4 door $1095
45 Furnished Apt pets. Also newly papered 1st floor yard. $40 per mo. FR 2-8181 about $1800 which' Is secured. No chair good condition; $25. 3.5 wKkdly 1311 NW 5th Ave. 62 2 door $1195 atHrlng autom.tl powe trlnsmlssio power Solid
1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. selling. No high pressure person Phone FR 24344.SEWING DODGE 1953 4 door good mechanical Flcon
wanted. Write State Supervisor Make Offer. 810 Gainesville, Flo. 61 door $995 wite.
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. .
; 3 rooms :ri' bath dOse-ln. adults FOR RENT Duplex apartment I Box 439-M care of Gainesville MACHINE N. citi. Phone 372-4841. To all car owner We have 64 Comet, $2895 $1395
3th convr.
no pets. Water turn. $55 furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. Sun. with
per mo. 1964 Model Dial -O-Matlc Zig" Zag us now Alvin Pons and $395
at .... $795 58 DeSoto 1960 BUICK
Phone 61
FR coupe
: FR .2-4421 or 372.1633- 2-4386. 3 BR. 1 Bath complete kitchen. ABSENTEE ownership makes necessary like new makes button holes, overcast 43 CORVAIR. .1.39S A. H. Childs Come In and give 63 Ford $995
2 Bedroom. kitchen. near schools and shopping cen ,, applique. fancy stitches ." them a try. English 6r. sedan., radio, heater
FURNISHED apartment for rent dining room. sales of popular local II 41 RENAULT :::! ::::::.. $495
64 E. Ford Cortina $1895
for two male only. air-condl-' living room and private bath ters. For Information; Manaro'sRestaurant. hole carpet golf course. Inquire darns. mends. etc. Assume 6 pay. RENAULT .....:........ $775 Phone 6-8223 transmission. Air.
Phone 376-6512. FR 2- 6911. Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. ments $7.10 each. 815 W. Univ. 6 60Falcon . $695 Turquoise with white' top.
tlontng central heating u t II. FIAT 400 ml. .....;.. $775 .
Ave. Ph. 374-1075.
-furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 1n. CLEAN nicely furnished efficiency TWO bedroom house for rent. 1400 FEET PAVES frontage-busy 62 FORD Galaxle ....... 11,9 61 Fiat 1100 Sedan $1395

CLEAN 4 Close apt. TV antenna off street park. Apply Frank Dlckerson Orange corner Inside city. IJVi Acres Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. '62 FORD Sunllner Convertible. 55 wagon $195
room apartment.
to shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. Ing. Private. Ideal for working Lake Marine Boat Works, P. O. ZONED SHOPPING CENTER.The 70 Boats-Marine Equip. like Power steering power brakes. 61 Foe Galaxie .

Phone FR 21391. $45 per month. lady.10th P. M. Booth by. 427 N.W. Box 221. Orange Lake. Fla./ buy of a lifetime at $42.000. .- MGA Interior.1958 Call Top conditi. alt V-8. Crulsltlc. White walls, 4 door $1495
Ave. FR
4-7227. Iew 2-3 powder blue with white e' x
2 BR new home. located on paved
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple NEW Fishing Boats painted and 7:30 P.M. top 59 Ford 4 door $495
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 street. Hampton. Fla. 20 miles ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPhone Like new condition ... $ .
preferred. but no children or month. Phone 481.2380. from Gainesville. Wired for elec. 374-5707 ready to go. 8th Anniversary CLEAN 61 Chev. Impala Sports 59 OLDSMOBILE '"$" 4-door. 56 Ford station wagon
past Upstairs apt. Available now. stove has elec. hot water heat. 15 day sale. June 1st to 15th. Coupe. radio heater white sidewalls hardtop full power Includingair.
Call NICE 2 Bedroom 10 ft. $24.95.' 12 ft. $39.95. I 60 Merc. Monterey $995
512. apartment private er. $45 per mo. Contact G. P.Wldswort" 61 Wanted yearsIn power sterin. auto trans. 2-tone paint. White walls.
to Buy
bath and entrance. 3 students same location. Turn East at 63 Mercury
.. 1 It 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ. Hampton.UNFURNISHED Ph. FR 2-394 Car In excellent shape .. $1175SPECIAL
or couple. Ph. 374-2721 or post office 5 blks. Frank Dickerson. -
914 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 4-2444. 475-2312. 403 N. E. 7th St. 3 bedroom house CASH for your used furniture refrigerators Orange Lake Marine Boat 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hcrd- Breezeway $2850

: NICELY furnished convenient ISO month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom stoves TVs. cloth- Works highway 441. P. O. Box air conditioned 54 FORD 4-door station wagon. 63 Old 4 door $2895
top coupe,
downtown area. $75. Also garage 1 Bedroom furnished garage house. $40 month. Furnished Inc etc. FR 2-3937. William's 221. Orange Lake Fla. Car V-8 Ford-ltlc. radio heater Peugoet 404 $1995
apartment couples or one single Service speed transmission. almost set of 6
apt. eir conditioned. $70. Adults duplex apt.. $70 month. FR Center. Hawthorne Road. new tires.
girl pets. Call FR 2-0204. Dickerson's Boat Works.
no new plywood is parked Univ. Excellent mechanical cond.
only no pets. Inquire Lillian'sMusic 67466. WANTED one wheel utility trailer. boats boat painting and o Cit
r Store.. LARGE well furnished 2 bedroom 2 Bedroom. CB house $40 per G. P. Rippey, Melrose Florida./ / repairing. Reasonable prices. Bank parking lot. See SEVERAL NICE $3 CRANELNCOLN.MERCURY

NICE apt. close-in private entrance apartment.and dining Living area room.batlporcn.' kitchen. month. Call 374-2927. I A.M. to 5 Phone GR 5-5571. Next to Vamon's Discount Houseon Foster o Mr. Johnson at TRUCKS AND OLDER MODEL-

bath .. shower. Util. & nice yard. 2 private entrances P.M. COINS 441. Orange Lake; Fla. the bank. CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 1960 BUICK

.antenna furn. 531 SE 2nd PI. near stores and bus 2 BR house available June 18th LARSEN fiberglass fishing boat. Raulerson
line. $85 Want to buy. 1755 dimes. 1955 half 1744 4 door air conditioned Chevrolet Motors 4-door hardtop, power
Phone FR 22582. month. Also 1 bedroom apart $90 per mo. Call 374-3748 after dollars. Paying $5 for 1964 Proof TVt hp Evinrude motor. Champ II. Nova. Completely lull HAWTHORNE ROAD 516 S. MAIN ST. steering, brakes

NICE I bedroom upstairs duplex. ment. Large living room. kitchenand 5:00 P.M. sets also buying all other US and trailer. $325. Can be seen at NW ped. Best priced euip 372.52S5 radio, "" powe
lest by '
$45 per mo. Phone FR 27419 or dining area near stores foreign coins. Rebel Stamp .. Coin 13th St. & 7th Ave. Neighborhood town. Call 372- Home of A-l Used Cars 376-2425 '

: FR 4-5112. and bus line. Antenna furnished. MODERN HOME Shop. 809 W. Univ. Ave. Service Station. 5032 evenings. 650 Open Sunday 3 to S p.m. $1195
Call mornings FR
or evenings 2-
$45 per mo. efficiency. Private bath 7280. WANTED TO BUY used fiberglass 1958 CHEVROLET station wagon \
and entrance clean close In. best 3 BR, CCB home living rm.. dinIng 64 Household Goods boat with or without motor It two tone. autoltlc. radio heater I

p.rt.of city. 321 N.E. 3rd St. EMALE student wanted to share rm.. kitchen comb. with bulIt- trailer. Hull must be good. Will new puff. $450.
modn. 5 rm. furn. apt. with same. Ins. terrazo floors carport. $48 I make own repairs to Interior & Phone 374-0523.
COOL quiet large all electric. 2 $25 per mo. Util.! Incl. 2 blks. per mo. MIcanopy city limits. 10 I T-A-G APPLIANCESTested trim. Lee Crane 3722451 or 372-
( bedroom furnished apartment on from town. Ph 374-8804. mln. from G'ville. Big yard Ideal 4420. 1957 V-8 FORD straight shif. overdrive RAMBLER SELLING
_441. 15 minutes from Univ. Children for children. 444-3145. and Guaranteed radio and excel I960 RAMBLER
and pets welcome. 442-1473. VERY attractive, spacious upstairs 42 Refrigerators from $39 up 14' Lone Star alumn. W. elrtanks lent condition; $395. 1470 S. E.
2 BR furnished apartment. 3 BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st 9 Ranges from $39 up 30 H.P. Evlnrude Elec. start 23rd Ave. 3723778. Classic 4-door. wagon radio
l Duplex. 2 bedroom. comfortable Only' $70 per month. FR 4-5270, Ave.. 9100 per mo. Also 2 br. 17 Washers from $19 upS windshield complete outfit skiing. SPREEAMERICAN heater automatic trans.
tiulet. $57 monthly./ Call FR 4- 705 N.E. 2nd St. 1 bath In NW at $45 per mo. Dryers from $49 up fishing top condition with trailer. FOR SALE 1944 Chevelle SS convertible
4535 Sunday anytime. After 5 University Realty. 372-4351. 2 Food-Freezers from $79 up $495. Gator Marine 1221 E. Univ. 220 V-8 4-speed. white $995
weekdays. ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St.. $75 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Ave. walls. Equity and assume pay 1961 FALCON
.. per mo. Call McKlnney Green. I I BR. 1 bath 1414 NE 9th St. $95 10 TV Sets from $35 up ments. Call FR after 7
1.CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor. Inc. Realtor FR 23417. per mo. Call McKInney-Green JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE 6-215 4-door automatic transmission -
CO. 73 Musical Merchandise) p.m. wag.
4-rooms kitchen bath. porch. $75 Inc. 23617. heater.
per month. 1 extra large extra 1 BR furnished apt. for rent. $45 I 419 NW eth Ave.Ph. 372-5303 EXTRA clean cars $75 to $575. 90 rdio.

nice air conditioned. 1 bedroom. per mo. plus utilities. Couples RENTALS I FULL SIZE crib. $7; General Electric day 50-50 guarantee. No down $1195
$125 month. U J. Moratto. FR only no pets. 1421 SW 12th Ave. 2 & 3 BR. Homes, turn and un- refrigerator. $40. Call 372- WURLITZER payment. small weekly/ or monthly 1962 CORVAIR
Ph. FR 4-4857. America's No. 1 piano and 1434
2-4957. morning. noon or night. turn. 5108. payments. Motor.
REALTOR organs are at Earl's Piano Co. SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749. Monza 2-door 4-speed.
FOR RENT one bedroom furnished 1 BEDROOM Air conditioned apartments MARYMOELLER 12 x 18 RUG Beige excellent con- Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlitxer Radio coup.
$75 per month. Apply at 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 with a 1940 ; heter. lw mlleg..
apartment near Univ. & Alachua dition jas Call 6-0429 Dealer 702 W. UniversityAve. ADD fun to driving Baby / ..
General Hospital. $45 month. 518 N.W. 30th Ave. 2 bedroom house on Archer Road. Phone 372-2772. Alpine Roadster. wire wheels

Avallabtejun. ISth 102 NW 7th 2 BR trailer furnished. private lot. semi furnished; $45 per mo. 66 Misc .For Sale. ELECTRIC Harmony guitar. 3 pickup tonneau white wall tires. new red $1695
St. Phone 374-7755. Call 376-7824 and enloy
water turn. $55 monthly In ad- Phone FR 2-0235. very good condition case paint 1959 MERCURY4door
I BEDROOM. completely furnished vance. Couples or couple with and cord included $80. Phone driving this summer.
3 BEDROOM frame house at 2091 CLOSE OUT SALEOn
sm. child. 1814 SE 47th Ter. Ph. Can be fi-! hardtop new tires
,' upstairs or downstairs near S.E. 10th Ter. $55 per month. Wallpaper. 322-4819. VW Camper P61. $1450. pow
98c Roll
shopping center. See at 412 N.W.10th FR 21574. Call 37J-1434 a nanced. Will consider older 2 DOOR er steering, power .
CO. very
Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75 small car In trade. Ph. 374-8314
per mo. 2 FURNISHED duplex opts.. 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 I rebuilt' pianos. FULLY GUAR after 5:00 weekdays. $795
$75 mo. Reg. $90
NICE 2 BR turn. apt. with private per per 1950 PL Y,, OUTH. 2 dr., good condition STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. U51 4 door CHEVROLET. $125. 2
bath & entrance. Large front mo. No lease. Immediate oc- ; $85. Also 21" T.V. Needs FR 6-5931. new tires new starter new bat

_,perch- hot-X> cold water furnlsh- cupancy. Call Wayne Mason. ROOMS single and double on some repair $20. Phone FR 4- tery. Phone 374-0928. $1 AAQOOI

ed. $51 per mo. Ph. 2-9704. or ERNEST TEW REALTY. 376- bus line walking distance to town. : 1047. USED ORGANS 1950 4-dr. PACKARD; Has 44 license -
Wurlltzer Spinet. like $525.
desired. 374- '
kit. privileges If
CHANNEL T. V. 374-9487 for In
6461. antenna tag.
Hammond Spinet. perfect. $775. Ph.
2877. 'T"'T"'T't"Afer "
: 2 Jurnltued .pert., with porch. Double stack complete. NothIng Music Co. formation.
FURN. Apartments. close In, private else to buy $15. Brants.
Near.UoJxerslty.se at 411 N.W. IN WALDO furnished cottage, kit- $95
Gainesville Center
Shopping been
baths & entrances. 1 HERE the one
large .513 N.W. 8th
M Witt .SU. oc call,,2-4647. S60 per chen. Ig. bedroom & private bath. Avenue. FR 25353 I for. By YO.owner
$40i 2 small $35. No children or looking
Porch .. Twin or dbL :
pets. 3743434.FURNISHED carport. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 1955 R & H. A.T. 2
= mo.EAST beds. 448-1184. Chairs low as $8. No money UPRIGHT Selma Piano Clarinet good condition used 2 new Plyth. mechanical condition RUN WALK OR DRIVE.WE'LL ,
SIDE 2 Bedroom mobile IN NEW MODERN HOME modern down, low as $5 per month. $125. 4-2524 first $300 cash. Phone "IF YOU CANT ,
school terms. $95. Call FR
home, private lot. water furn. $55 furniture, dbl./ bed.. private Free estimates pickup and delivery -
E GARDEN per mo. 2027 NW 32nd PL FR bath. Rent single or double to servlce."AnI work guaran 'VOLKSWAGEN In
teed. Phone 37-7786.
men must be gentlemen. Phone
and assume
APARTMENTS with extras; $150
: 46 Unfurnished Apts. 374-0814. TRADE your costly to operate Automotive payments. Phone FR 6-3512
$57 per month IP Rooms for male students near campus ELECTRIC water heater.. and 1959 BUtCK
$48 for a new Glasslined GAS 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 1957 Ford Station wagon good YOU LIKE MONEY.
summer rates. By week or .
: Gainesvilles! Finest automatic transmission, radio IYOU'LL 2-door
NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen month. Kitchen 8. maid service.FR water heater. Much more hot tires $300. hardtop, radio
water at about half the cost with rebuilt engine. heater, automatic transmission
Pwrntshed" or unfurnished equipped. $40 per month on a 2-2726.. hater.
Lovely' 1 and 2 bedroom apart- year's lease. Ph. 3744372 days. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. WYATT- Ph 376.YOU'RE air conditioned.
SEMI-PRIVATE air conditioned THESE Solid
LIKE white.
ment. 309 NE Pill St. Phone 376- 374-7327 evenings. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110.
rooms for rent. term 3-B. S45 Including
60S. LARGE newly decorated garage utilities. Call FR 4-2773 or ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I $945

: FURNISHED 2 large rooms first apt. 805 NE Sth Ave. Partially FR 2-4078. am back at old stand, 516 W. Trailer SalesHome

floor private bath", and entrance. furnished. Phone 374 3015 or University/ Ave. I buy. sell and PRICES
NICE also small
-7NE. Univ. GR 5-5485. room efficiency. trade. 1st class repairs as al of
Twin beds. private bath 8k en
t : AVAIL. June IS. Air-cond... aerial S rooms It bath. downtown area. trance $55 month. 845 N.W. 31st ways. Pacemaker Mobile Homes
M No children no pets. .65. 406 NE retrlg. .. stove.' Adults no pets. Ave. FR 2- 779. T-V antennas. $4 single stack $8 Shasta and Airstream Classic 770. 4-
water turn. $40 FR 2- double stack. $1475 complete kit. Travel' TrailersOcaia' RAMBLER
4m St. mo.
per I 1963 automatic
at 1228V UnIversity Door
4421 or 371-1433. LARGE room W. Jim Voyles. 4)> NW I'h Ave. First Mobile Home 1959 BUICK
2 BR Reasonable. Ave. Hot and cold water Since 14C
LARGE 1 or Dealer -
Clean convenient location. Excel- New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor I furnished. $35 for 1 persons. 2 REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag 123 Silver Springs Blvd. transmission, radio heater, Air. Power steer 4-Ooor automatic, Sedan Radio, heater,

) lent neighborhood. Adults only. $7500 per month. Call John person $40 month.. FR 4-2441 or makes decorative stitches appliqje Phone 42M3SS OFF brakes bucket seats.Beautiful transmission./
306 NE 5th Ave. FR 4-0949. Merrill. Realtor FR 1474.. 4-2930. Mr. Haynes. buttonholes. monograms. etc. ocala Fla. ing, power t OCQC $795NO

Only $4720 payments $450 per car . . . . y&JiJ
mo. 815 W. Univ. FR a-1075. WE BUY

H1 59 Buick Sabre 14- boat with Gator USED MOBILE HOMES Country wag- DOWN

I ![ : : SERVICES motor.trailer Sell .the. 35 above h.p. or Mercury trade Top dollar paid phone 374-0571. 963 RAMBLER on.Cros 660. Automatic PAYMENTSPECIALS

for land. Phone 376-2877. IT'S FOOLISHto WITHA' transmission, Air. Recining seats. 1959 RAMBLER

NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers mere. RECKLESS to $2695
edgers tampers, light pay pay less. GET THE REAL Low mileage. Nice . . American./ 2-door extra clean

'; plants cable. WIsconsin. Brtggs FACTS. Payments as low as $595
= "Home And Business & Stratton, new and used mo SJ7J per month with S300 down. Classic, 550. 4-
I tors. Rental sales and service. LAKE GENEVAMobile 1963 RAMBLER 1958 BUICK

Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Homes Sales Door, automatic 2.D hardtop, auoltlctrasmlul.

: Plumbing BEAUTIFUL 14th_ Ave. Phone colorful 374-3411.mounted I. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. transmission, radio, fcOftQ''? per power Iteerl

I - Bulldozing sallfUh. 41By Al Pfleguer : heater, Air \ . . . JIA VJ $545
Is to do businessIn
MiamI. Fla. Only $145. Ine Tackle It a good policy
SEWER INSTALLEDNEW I your own community. You can 1957 CADILLAC4door
Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd.
: SMALL bulldozer loader & used fIxtures. I depend on your friends for top F 'rIoBC 500 4.Dor, ou- hardtop,
dump THE best costs less. Heat water service. 23 In the mobile 1963 FORD I.d.
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top plumbing service "BIG" JIM tomatic trans-
for less with from Full- driQQC
Phiigas home business. See $795
lOlL Phone 3727$4&BULLDOZERS HUGULEY, Gainesville PIumh.Inq.
FR M58. gas Inc. 374-5392. GOD mission, radio heater . ? I
Dragline, Back BICYCLE. 26-. brand new. has
hoe. wheel tractor motor UpholsteryUPHOLSTER been In storage made in Eng. Air.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. Re.l buy at $40. Call 374-0002 today. Open t AJA. to I PM. Closes 1/lAf Karmann Gkia, Factory

(Buck Johnson FR 6-6719 your furniture at 1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt B. Sundays. Phone 37M34I. 1'963 VW Radio heater

reasonable prices. Call Sally.
: Landscaping Experienced FR 6G4I OR gal./ SALE.with gas S heater hot water attached tanks else)30 SPECIAL Beautiful car . . . . $ V1OAO */

_N.W. 13th: 7cr.Remodeling.
150 gaL butane gas tank. Complete 104' MT Lot for mobile home.

1 LANDSCAPE SERVICE with gauges. Inquire Lewis JlSCO. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Calaxle 500i 4.Dor, Hardtop -
Grass-Sod-Garden Jewelry Co.FRIGIDAIRE. Prairie. For appointment call FORD
Main-Nursery I 7QX automatic
stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S air conditioner. 1 ton. FR 4-3032. When tansmisin.Rdio
DO YOU NEED. Florida extra -
NURSERY room. more room.. roof room work Ill volts. $45; crib .. Kantwet 144 PALACE. ia x 50. 2 bedroomS heater, 'MAQ'
Landscape Co. mattress. $20 oak office desk take.
FR 4-U14 for free estimate. or maybe a complete new home? $15. 374-2134. ever Early payments American. of S3QO SM.40.down Ph. power steering . . ., . Us*)
For e free estimate .. guaran.Iced
work phone Carl C. Now Specializing In Ladies' Better BonneviKe Station
I Waters 3721049.CARPENTER Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 BELVEDERE, lOX JV 2 BR. Your 1 O l PONTIAC ,

Appliance Repair & desires work additions through 54 S3 Each. Exceptional W.W. Carpet Air Conditioner. I VO I wagon, automatictransmission 1957 BUICK
Values. DIXIE. MILLS SUPER Will sell or trade on house. See
: Air Conditioning 2'" 02. & repairing. Phone FRS.wing DISCOUNTS. It S.W. 1st Ave at SE 72nd St. White trailer. radio, heater, power steering, Convertible Solid car

ADVERTISE! IN THE nue. mi Great Lakes Mooile Home 10 Family power brakes. 1 owner. $495
Machine COLDSPOT refrigerator. $40 2 Ft. wide with I x 12 expended '$1795
r A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP RepefreCALLSEWING !, double maple beds. $40 each 1 living room; S30C for S3200 equity Like new . . . . .

r first to air conditioning and Apf MACHINE SER. II electric apt size stove $25. Phone and take ever payments. Call 473-
pilance repair We sell guaran. SERVICE DIRECTORY VICE CO. 115 W. University : 374-87S2. 4832 Keystone Heights. Falcon 2-Door
Vacations 1 taLl
teed washer, refrigerator .tc. Ave. '
37-107S. We an FORD $895
dress For Sale cond. furn. :
FR 4-OW MilicH. Work fully ou&ramHod. LACE floor length wedding 1 BR air 17U1 heater . .
Pink Excellent
with hoop size t. $25. 3 trailer & enclosed cabana. -
bridesmaid's dresses. size f; 110 condition./ FR 2-rta4 .4

r Appraisal Service % TELEVJSIONPICTURE each. Phone 372-4449. A.M. and 4-12 P.M.BELIEVE. 196"1 FORD Falcon .Wagon, AutomatictrnsmlUlon 1956 CMC

:. FREEZER. chest type. KeMoator. IT \ton pick u
I Mortgage TUBE Repair Special. $I about 22 cubic ft. $100. Washing IN $1 095
: BrokerFHA per Inch plus $10 to Install most machine. Westinghouse laundromat Radio, heater . . . $495
FRED B. ARNOLD tubes. I Year Warranty. Special $75. Wards rotary cabinet 1955 CHRYSLER4door

wIEALTOI and Reconditioned TV from 59.9$. type sewing machine $25. 21" table tUO. 11 x 44 2 BR furnished '- dean. Runs like
APPRAISAL conventional lowest
-x REAL ESTATE SERVICE current rates. Terms to 23 THE VARIETY STORE type TV. ISO: GE electric dryer only S31U. S3M.40 down. 1961 :ior Etr I .
? 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR 4- foP
almost Call
new $125. Si4.0l month. seiibE
will per
years. gladly discus et
U1" W. UNIV. AVE, .PH. 373-3S23 ne RBLER
= 4 Technicians with M $450
obligation. Call tomorrow. years experience 2524 or 64110.FIBERGLASS Over 50 models to choose from

J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor on an makes. rod. Shakespeare TRAILER MART A buy . 1957 DODGE

_!iN._ Main St. Ph. FR 2-1191 reel $15: 3 piece man's Samsontte la special
uiplMftt 24 II.r A
FRED B. ARNOLDREAL Tires Alignment luggage good condition $25 HWY. 17 PHONE 321-1051 1OCO nCCrtTA 4 Door, automatic
TOR I mm movie camera $20; $23prelector SUNDAYS I TO 6 I7J7 UCdUIA $150
Brake Service transmission
; SS screen. Ph. 376- ,
HYDRAULIC JACKS'Abul" 2355. heater steering brakes Air OLSMOBIL
power ,
.. .Repair kits tar VACATION SPECIALON 2
exchanged 121? W. UNIV. AVE. PH. BIRDS maple chest and NEW.
walker- Jacks. Factory autnorte.id 372-302 famous nationally known Mohawk dresser.Eye Mahogany knee hole C !thr.te4 Bloeberriea 1. owner Must see fiOC $350

i Welker Hydraulic Jack MORTGAGE MONEY tire . Save I/O to desk. Oak dresser end matching FLORIDA GROWNPick to ZpO7D
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SefVbAQeftt. HULL'S BRAKE SV* per cent Interest. Term to 50% en new tires. See our new wash stand. Chine cabinets. New appreciate. ? .
.;.&EavlCI! ,5- SUPPLY, 1314 $. 2S yean.BUY wrap around retread that gives I walnut dinette table. Lamps. ether Year Own

Malft Fa 51197to BUILD REFINANCECan mere mileage & traction. Lati- household Items. Nearty-Na 25c per Ifc. or pint WW Karmann, 2.401 MELTONMOTORS
TIre Co. N. MI'
vieu- 473 St. 1957 : $795
Furniture Shop. 314 N.W. tm
-\ Gtaw; Dan Byrd Ave. .FRtW2.- 1 Mil Sooth sad OR Itllbardtop -. .. .
I2S NW 13 St. Ph. FR 1-2J11 Tree Service Vi Male West of larktoei

AUTO,GLASS II flAW T *"**. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA A- TREE SERVICE WILL ship SELL at reduced swim price duO or member-trade Many Other Used Can to Choose From

<. nessvimmediate. tnstallattoni Md ConventlonaJ loans. Low Pruning demosskig bracing & cableing for partial payment en used car. PHONE GR 5-2093

tree pickup I delivery. Addteaoty W.rates.Univ.Terms Ave. to 373-533.23 Years. 1221 It tree removal. Cavity Phone 37...,".. MANY WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT
S value to your car.
work 4 tree feeding. Lawn service
144 Zlg Zag tooks end sews like
FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. and maintenance. Licensed USED
_-Sl-liSfc t* StFR SS. Conventional end F.H.A t.ens. & Insured. Free estimate Troy new.. buttonhoiev monograms sew fancy an buttons stttchs. WANTEDFOR

... .. Cat 37-1236. Grace Ferdyce. Thames. X7,.2f40. Jade Hoov r. darns & mends. Only S4f20 or 6 CASH MOTOR 703
Ceator. Ferdyce .. Associates. _464-3412. Gainesville, Fla payments of L2S ... Call 372- RIDGWAY
Inc. ru West University Ave
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PAINTING I WINDOW cleaned, floors cleaned Fully guaranteed buttonholes CAR
..YICZ DULECTOHTrv : Md waxed. houses washed. II darns & mends. LOs new. Only PHONE 454-1650 1132 S. MAIN' ST. FR 2-8433 6-7571
.. '-" Exterior/ decorating/ end painting. I yrs. experience. Free estlmaJsa. S41JO or I payments ot H.M ... HIGH SPRINGS

Free estimates. Phone 372-5114. Phone FR 35955.4s.. Call 32051.

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