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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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(AP) -- The U.S. Supreme Court has ':

that state legislatures must be reapportioned strictly on a

lation basis. But how and when the ruling will be carried
1
Florida is problematical.The -

Florida Legislature, says Sen. Ralph J. Blank Jr of

Beach County, won't do the job.

"It is not likely to produce any aware, Alabama, Colorado

plan acceptable by federal Maryland cases, both
and foes agreed that it
standards," Blank said. "I think
the present Florida
we will see our reapportionmentcome

out of the federal courts." lineup.

The court's decision, which Attorney General James

would mean a massive shift of nes said the ruling

political power in Florida from would control a pending
case, because it is "
rural to metropolitan areas, was
lated" to ,that of Alabama.Bryant
greeted with anger and dismayin
the
expressed
some circles. opinion when he said the
House Speaker Mallory Home cision "apparently will 2)j
of Tallahassee blasted the ruling
a rethinking of our total
because he said it would take lative structure."

government control away from In Dade County, with a
the rural counties and give the
lation almost twice as

domination.metropolitan areas "absolute Florida's next largest I

Duval and Hillsborough,
But Mayor Robert King Highof
was talk of requesting an
Miami, Florida's biggest city mediate federal court
and the affected the
one most by to settle the Florida case.
decision called it "a "for
t victory
Richard
4 H. M. Swann,
: the people.
filed a lawsuit challenging
Walter P. Fuller of St. Petersburg Florida !
reapportionment,
Democratic state committeeman he expected the case
said the court bad
sent back to federal
"turned the
political applecartof Florida with instructions
the state upside down, to the appropriate action.

benefit of Pinellas County and
Some Dade County
I other populous areas. said they would favor :
J "The power will be taken from
I a unicameral, one-house
north Florida pork chopperswho
ture because it would be
call themselves Democrats
expensive.The .
but are no more Democrats
Democratic and
than Barry Goldwater,"
can candidates for
Fuller said.
both from large cities,
The said will not
court states
:
mayed by the court's
be to their
required readjust Mayor Haydon Burns of
legislative lineups until after the sonville, the Democratic
November elections and
general ,
nee, said he felt that at
Gov. Farris Bryant said ,he one house should be
would hesitate to call a special
according to "geograpic,
session .
now.Bryant nomic and other pertinent
said he would act, tors."

however, if it develops that the The court'' had rejected
1965 Legislature is illegal under
argument by saying that
the court's ruling. Neither Flor-
islators represent people,
ida house is based on population.
trees or acres. Legislators
Although the court's ruling involved
(See REACT on Page )
New York, Virginia, Del- up. an courses, youngsters years age, and ugly fissures in the country-
exist. (Photo by Eddie Davis).
*, + + side.Word
"
-i from Niigata remained


;; .< Local Legislators RockefellerS fragmentary emergency telecast tonight.from But the an

; Upset Bus Plunges stricken city showed blazing oil

< ._.tanks, a destroyed bridge and

Rural Counties ,Holding Bag on Reapportion -- pport ToScranton an on its eight-story shattered hospital foundation.tilting
Into Lake 6 DieNEW
I ; Explosions could be heard in
By JIM McGUIRKSun ties the rural and sparsely- in the past 100 years," he said. ; the background as the pictures

f Staff Writer populated areas with no veto "While I do not try to defend flashed
on screens in
Tokyo.
l power: over the proposals of the ORLEANS, La. (AP-) of Jackson, Miss., was reportedin
"Now there is the present malapportionmentthat NEW YORK (AP-Gov.) Nel Shortage of water made it
no compro- urban centers. Two barges smashed a gap in critical condition at a New
mise. we have in Florida, I feel son A. Rockefeller called a impossible to fight flames from
the world's be- Orleans .
longest bridge
The Supreme Court decision that to apportion both houses of meeting today of his campaign hospital.The (See QUAKE on Page 2))
State Representative Osee fore dawn today and a Trail- barges pushed by the
of the Legislature strictly on the leaders "from all parts of thecountry"
disapproved the Alabama
Fagan echoed the basic criti to confer his with- ways bus plunged over the towboat Rebel Jr., jammed the
basis of on
Legislature in which population alone is to
cism made Alachua's the ,House into Lake Pontchartrain about eight miles
by legis- forbid the protection for minor- drawal from the race for the edge causeway SouthernersEnding
lative delegation this morning of was apportioned by populationand killing six from the New Orleans end.
nomi- passengers.
the Senate by counties, thus ities that has been the inherent Republican presidential
the wisdom of the United States John Lambert chairman of
balancing inter- bedrock which this nation in favor of Gov. WilliamW. Divers recovered some of the ,
geographical on
Supreme Court decision handed county the Greater New' Orleans Expressway Kill
ests against population.The has gone forward," Fagan said. Scranton of Pennsylvania.In bodies from the bus, submergedin
down yesterday banning all Commission said the
his brief announcementlate about 15 feet of the brackish ,
He
state representational systemsnot system was first workedout voluntarily agreed at the the New York causeway will be reopened to
Monday, gov- water. A Coast Guard, helicopter -
based solely on population.It at the federal level whenU. last reapportionment session to rescued one man and traffic in about 10 days if Rights Action

means five countieswith' S. Constitution itself was give up his own seat. .Other political stories on weather conditions permit.Pettigrew .
plucked another body from the
more than half the state's pop drafted to provide for an equal "Its rather queer, paradoxical Page 5. WASHINGTON (APSouth-
lake.
ulation shortly will rule Flor- number of senators from each perhaps, that this comes, 's ern senators dashed the hopesof
said he not releasingany The bus driver of
ernor was was one two
ida, Fagan said. state, whether large or small, from a'Supreme Court, known Senate leaders to complete
while the House of for its decisions delegates at that time "be- survivors. Five bodies were re Child Drowns
liberal in'
The delegation- Fagan, Rep. Representatives na action today on amendments to
cause of the necessity for con- covered. One body was trappedin
and Sen. J. was apportioned to ture.
Ralph Turlington give the civil rights bill.
Emory (Red) Cross did not more votes to the highly popu- "They have adhered stronglyto sultation with delegates pledgedto and the bus wreckage.The In Swim Pool After a caucus of the Dixie

defend the current state legis- lated states. principles protecting the indi- me by law or otherwise heavy barges, one loaded
for technical reasons" MIAMI (AP) The 22-month- forces, Sen. Richard B. Rus
lature. Fagan called it "mal- Fagan called the decision one vidual against the desires of the with gravel and the other witha old daughterof State Rep. Rich- sell, D-Ga., told newsmen that
An Associated Press
apportionment" of the "most dramatic" in the majority, in the areas of criminal indicated Rockefeller survey and big dredge, knocked down ard Pettigrew drowned yester- such talk was "fantastic." In

But they all were upset by past 100 years. law;'communism, race, and Scranton each had 125 firstballot about 200 feet of the causewaya day when she fell Into the fam- his opinion, he said, it would
( the dramatic decision which "The low bridge resembling a
one yesterday may Sen. Gold- ily swimming pooL not be possible.
labor.See delegates. Barry
they felt left the minority'coun- have greater import than any ( UPSET on Page 2)) water of Arizona, who defeated highway on stilts. Police said the child, Leslie Prior to the meeting of the

Rockefeller in the California pri- ,The causeway ,extends 24 Pettigrew, apparently walked Southern foes of the bill, Sen.

mary, had 618. A total of 655 is miles from New Orleans north onto the screened patio throughan Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn.,

Mother Testifies in Death of Baby; needed for nomination. collision across the lake.not Cause of the open glass door and tumbled had said he saw a very good
was
II Rockefeller, first to enter the immediately into the water. chance that voting on amend

race, told the New York dele- determined.The The girl's body was discov- ments would be completed by

Hospital Nursery Negligence ChargedBy gation in Albany last Thursdayhe identity of the dead was ered by her mother who pulledher tonight.
not learned.
immediately from the water and tried
would "stand all the way as Humphrey, floor manager of
By NORM La COE nesday. She was not permittedto Four persons were called as a candidate dedicated to moder- The bus driver, Ernest Vaugh mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.Bill the bill, said that if the South

Sun Staff Writer visit on Thursday the day witnesses for the plaintiff yesterday ate, responsible Republicanism. erners insisted on bringing upa

The mother of a baby boy before the incident. and a sworn depositionof ." large number of additional

which strangled in its crib at The baby's life was saved testimony, was read into the Scranton entered the race DivertSweetwater amendments, the Senate would

Alachua General Hospital 15 through emergency efforts. trial record. Friday, City to stay in session late into the

months ago today told a circuit After being found unconsciousand First witness was Mrs. Rhoda Rockefeller did not use the night in an effort to dispose of

court jury she does not not breathing, both heart Lee Mullis, 217 N.W. 36th Ter- word "withdraw" in the an' them.

i blame the hospital's day care beat and respiration were re race, who was,in charge of the nouncement distributed at his He and other leaders were

nursery staff. stored. However, the child died crib'room at noon March 1, New York headquarters.He GullyBy driving for Senate passage of

Mrs. Louise Courson and her about 18 hours later. 1963. She testified that she fed said that to achieve the the bill before the end of the

husband, Clifford C. Courson. The trial opened yesterday in the baby its dinner, then put objectives of "the adoption of JEAN CARVER Green I said there is also a week hopefully by Thursday at
j 1909 N. W. 36th Drive, have Alachua County Courthouse be- him in the crib to sleep. She a moderate, forward looking Son Staff Writer the latest.
chance that the State Road Department -
sued the hospital for $125,000 in fore Circuit Judge Gerald L. said she did not look closely at platform and the nomination of Word from House Democratic
will budget $7,000 for
the child for little Action that could settle a
The Patten.A again a in the mainstreamof
Coursons candidate
civil damages. a
leaders that
was they were con-
the work under University Ave-
while but remained in the pending lawsuit and solve the
the of six and al- room, American
contend hospital was negligent jury men an political thoughtand nue, a state road. fident of sending the bill to
in supervision, in failureto ternate was selected at the which contains eight cribs. action and dedicated to flooding problems where President Johnson's desk before

have enough qualified per- start of the trial. The jurymen, Direct testimony and cross such a platform, I have cometo Sweetwater Branch crosses un Under terms of the agreement 2 for the
adjourning on July
der East said Crane will
examination established the University Avenue at Anderson
sons at work in the nursery, all of Gainesville, are James R. the conclusion that the proper convention if the
Milam James Miller AltonE. time during which she did not Crane Motors was taken by the pay 50 per cent of the cost of Republican
and that their son was left un E. course now is for all those action this
attended for too long. Raines, James F. Hall, Donald give the baby close attention who share these views and objectives Gainesville City Commissionlast the relocation north of N.E. 1st Senate completed

The 11-month-old baby boy L. Large, Mack Hall and as between 15 and '25 minutes. to support Gov. WilliamW. night. Avenue up to $10,000.He week..
his the alternate, James R. Ham Mrs. Betty Sue Smith 2314 Scranton for the nomina- Attorney David Anderson, said the solution was re "I wouldn't predict we'd finish
found strangled on "
was pacifier mers. N.E. 3rd Place, testified that tion. partner in City Attorney Osee commended by the city engineer the bill this week, said Russell -

cord in his crib in the Courson's attorneys, Karl she had gone into the crib He said he would give his Fagan's firm, said it would cost city manager and city leader of the Southern

nursery about noon March 1, Leib and his associate, Robin room and was changing diaperson full support to Scranton and the city $34,000 to rechannel the attorney after discussing the bloc. However be did not rule

1963. Gibson, of Miami, contend the other babies. She said that work with him. stream from its currect culvert problem with Crane and his this out completely.

Under cross-examination by Coursons are entitled to $125- while she was there, Mrs. June route under the Crane property. attorney. Debate on the bill and an

William C. O'Neal, attorney for 000 in damages on two grounds. Davis, who works in another amendments has been limited to

the hospital, Mrs. Courson said These are: section of the hospital came ELECTRICRECORD The new route will divert the one hour for each senator since

she had felt no worry about the $100,000 to the parents for into the room to inquire after stream and take it undergroundfrom the Senate's history making

pacifier cord about her baby'sneck. their suffering and anguish, and the Courson baby. The child a fork just north of the WHERETO 71-29 vote last Wednesday to

for the loss of their son's serv- was found unconscious. A record work load was re- Crane land and west to N.E.5th invoke its anti-filibuster cloture

"You had no qualms about ices. Mrs. Smith testified that she corded at the City UtilityPlant Street and south again under rule.But

the string being about his $25,000 on behalf of the had gone in the crib room be- last night. University Avenue to the pre FIND IT despite the limit on de-

neck?" asked O'NeaL child's estate. Florida law per- cause of a hospital policy that Utilities Director John Kelly sent stream channel. bate Southern senators can call

"Not particularly," she rePlied mits a right to sue for damagesto at least one qualified personbe announced at last night's city Overflow conditions that C Comics .t 12 up for a vote more than 500

her voice almost inaudi- survive, even though the per- present in the room at all commission meeting that the flooded the Crane land and Classified .13.15 amendments still on file, even '
killed times. plant reached its owned by Norwood if they run out of time to ex !
son injured is with the output peak property Entertainment 13
ble.She admitted that she put the cause of action passing to the June Davis, who lives at the at 8:10 p.m. with 41,600 kilo- Hope led to Hope's suing the ..Obituaries .'. 2 plain or discuss them. ;

pacifier on its ,cord around the dead person's estate or survi hospital said she went to visit watts. city. Last night's recommendation Opinion Page . 4 After 14 roll-call votes Monday I

child's neck each day that week the Courson baby, because its The previous record was set by Anderson would settle Sports .9, 10 in which all amendments t

and that it was there when she vors.William C. O'Neal Gaines- mother, who worked as a laboratory during the September heat the case out of court the at- Women's 6 offered by opponents of the bin ,

visited her son in 'the 'nurseryat ville ,attorney has entered the technician at the time, wave when 38,400 set the high torney said. were rejected, the Senate recessed I

noon Monday* through ,Wed- hospital's denial of negligence. (See HOSPITAL on Page '7)) mark. Anderson'and City Manager at 5:49 p.m. f

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South Racially Politically ''ZGL? ReportTHOMASVILLE, Ga. The

ZONEA h COMMJSSIGNMassey watermelon market was weaker i-
-Partly cloudy through Wednesday this morning, with demand ....

Sfav fork JFtetra Sen. Harry F.,Byrd to the Florida -a "little federal system." Each evening. Isolated'thunder mostly showers.afternoon Low tonight and A\\ ________nnn- fair, the Federal-State Market
ATLANTA The sweeping group that largely rules that county, ranging from McCor- 70 to 76. high Wednesday 88 to 94. News Service reported.
Mostly south 5 to 13 mite winds.
I political reforms heralded Mon state's legislature.The rick with a.populaton of 8,629to B C DFair through Ttvo ParcelsOf AcostaReinstated Prices per hundredweight yes. ,
day by the Supreme Court's re- Virginia legislature turn- Charleston with a populationof Wednesday except chance of terday for Charleston Grays,

apportionment ruling promisedto ed down a reapportionmentplan 216,382, has one senator.Reapportionment a shower or two Wednesday Land BoughtTwo few Congos and Garrisoni a n s ,
speed racial change and the in 1962 that would have of the' South afternoon or evening. Low to- N1v91r\ were: 12-16 Ibs. average, 90

growth of a two party systemin shifted representation from Carolina senate would take considerable night in 70s, high Wednesdayin land purchases worth Both Recreation Director Ray, cents: to $1.25, mostly $1; 17-25
I the South. Byrd organization strongholdsin power from the low- 90s. Variable mostly south \l i $57,500 were authorized last Massey and Community Center lbs., $1.25 to $1.50, mostly $1.25; 1
The decison southern and southwestern country counties in the south- the commission. Director Harold Acosta have 26-32 Ibs.
_ and southwest 5 to 15 mile H\ night by city $1.50 to $1.75, mostly
I which will af- sections to the more populousEast eastern section' of the state and winds. Largest purchase was for 35 been reinstated, City ManagerBill $1.50.A .

feet the entire and North. give it to the Piedmont in the E F H I Fair through Wednes- acres worth $50,000 south of Green told the city commission few shipments rolled unsold -
Analysis: Although Florida legislators I northwes.The day. Low tonight In 70s. high Wednesday Avenue of the last
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region with the 15 on beaches and near '0 Inland. N.W. 39th west night. .
possible excep- What The adopted a reapportionment plan I Piedmont is generallymore East-and Fair southeast through 5 to Wednesday.15 mile winds.K Low. ?we % 99 I Atlantic,Coast Line railroad for Green said he persuaded Florida carlot shipments

i lion of ArtanNews that passed muster before a'' moderate on racial issues, tonight 80. high Wednesday 88. East I public works facilities, pri- Massey to reconsider his resignation yesterday
'. t to- three judge federal last and is the center of the and southeast i to 13 mil winds. : By truck, 519; by rail
sas, was receiv1Ieans court state's TEMPERATURES. ELSEWHERE manly a garage'and storagearea. and asked him to remain 50.
ed with rejoic year, a recent study showed growing Republican strength. H L Pre,. The tract is near. N. W. as recreation head.: to date
Jacksonville 91 IS
WEATHER Shipments
GAINESVILLE compared
ing in cities and mm H that it by no means met the! A change in the Senate's Miami 84 80 4th Street. The city manager said Acosta ,
to time last
requirements laid down by the make-up in South Carolina Tampa 91 79 Municipal Airport readingsfor said would his duties this : same year: Truck
suburbs and with gloom in ..ru Atlanta n 71 City Manager Bill Green resume 17,031 and 19,135 rail 1,828 and
ral areas. Supreme Court. would have a far greater effect Boston New Orleans .75 1 61 73 .M 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: the land will not be used for a morning. 3,816 (last I -year);. I
South Carolina will experiencesome than in most other southern New York 82 62 M High 96 at 4 p.m., low 70 at dump or refuse area.
There was considerable con- of the most marked gov. states. The Legislature is by far Washington ft a .09 The other property Is for a RR Crossing
Chicago 74 51 ja 5 ajn. No rain.
fusion over its immediate implications ernmental changes, although it the strongest force in that Kansas City 13 66 new fire station and is on N.W. Barry Has
especially as to the has reapportioned its House of state's government and the Ft.Denver Worth 85 84 72 61 .06.01 ALMANAC 30th Avenue just east of 13th Fund OkayedUp

legality of laws enacted by leg Representatives regularly on apopulation Senate, generally, is the domi- Los Angeles 60 Almanac for TUESDAY Street. Purchase price for the Close Call
islatures constituted. Seattle a 51 .62 Sunset today ,............ 7:32 p.m.
as presently
basis.
The state has nant body.Burns MARINE to $6OOO'was allocated by
FORECAST Sunrise tomorrow ........ 5:29 a.m. L-shaped land was $7,500. S.
EAST GULF: Variable winds S to 15 .........
1:05
knots through Wednesday. Fair. Moonset First Quarter tomorrow today........ 6:02 p.m.ajn. During the fire station discussion -city commissioners last nightto 'DALLAS, Tex. (AP) A jetliner -
In southern states, the CEDAR KEY TIDES The planet Saturn rises ... 12:02 am. Hugh Cunningham, a split the cost of lowering the carrying U.S. Sen. Barry
many Wednesday High at 1.04 am. and I It Is the combination of the movements
and
shift In representation called I Holley Oppose 8.04 p.m. Low at 1:30 a.m. and 2:23 p.m. of the Earth and Saturn on their University of Florida professor railroad crossing at the entrance Goldwater, R-Ariz., blew out
Tuesday-High at 7:17 a.m. and 6:30om orbits that will cause Saturn to appear to the VA Hospital site.
commission of its four tires
transferthe the two on landingat
will urged
for by the court ., Low at 12:32 am. and 12:50 p.m. to move westward among the stars ,
balance of legislative power to consider the financial needs City Manager Bill Green: Dallas._Love Field Monday.No .

from the country to the city now Reapportionment Ruling More About of: a fire station other than being said that although the Chamberof one was injured aboard

or in the near future. This win a "home for firemen withan Commerce'was responsible the American Airlines 707 jetliner -
I decrease! the influence of con, TALLAHASSEE (AP) Both i nor, Burns said he was opposed oversized garage for fire for negotiating_two crossing low-, which taxied off the runway
I servative rural Democrats, Democratic and Republican I to the 43-senator, 112-repre- trucks." erings with the railroad, only despite the loss of the
j while boosting that of Negro city nominees for'governor of Flor.. sentative plan on which the Flo- UpsetFrom Mayor McKinney assured one was completed and the rail tires.
: dwellers and white suburban' ida took issue today with the rida Legislature currently is him the commission Is tryingto road would not pay for the entire The incident delayed Goldwa-

U. S. Supreme Court's rulingthat elected. Page 1 keep the cost down in the project.He ter's arrival at a $100-a.plate

ites.While lean toward both houses of state legislatures Rep. Charles Holley of St. Pe- two new fire stations., explained that the agreement dinner staged in his honor by
liberal many Democratic Negroes candi- must be as nearly as tersburg, the Republican nominee .: He predicted the nation won't willing to predict this actually that brought the hospital Texas Republicans.

I dates whites in the suburbs practicable based on population. said that the court's rulingin Feel the full import for perhaps would occur. here included the stipulation
,
have shown an increasing affinity ;- The Democratic nominee, Washington means "that all 25 years. Sen. Cross said, "I wasn't McKinneyDratvs that the crossings onto the Peel Denied
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack "All we need is a unicameral Archer:' Road be lowered.
with Republican office seek legislatures of all states are surprised at the court's decision Praise
V sonville, said that at least one wrong." legislature now," he said. and I certainly feel a more
r r House should be made up on He criticized the urban Court Review
ers.An
should be
He
questioned the validity ofthe equitable plan Fallout
official at Republican National Mayor Howard McKinney'santiCommunist Study
the basis of geographic, economic spokesmen who called for getting "
court's opinion and said that adopted in Florida.
in stand taken at
Headquarters Washington ,
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
and other -
pertinent factors. their fair share.
asserted: "Our strength is Even the the states might make a new "only "But I disagree with the a recent civic club luncheonwas Is Proposed Florida Supreme Court has refused -
Congress of the "I have heard in
people
in the cities, especially .the. Suburbs -United States is drive to amend the Federal say court's requirement that both commended to city commissioners -- to take a look at the two
not based
and any time they. give on Constitution to remove state Dade County, 'Just give us back houses should be apportioned last night. A delegation from the Association life sentences handed Joseph
the people the vote, we'll bene- said.population in both houses, he legislative apportionment from the taxes, we pay down here, as nearly equal as possible." : Frank Bogle encouraged for Community-wid Peel Jr. in the Chillingworth
fit." the federal court's jurisdiction. let us spend the gasoline taxes He said this destroyed the commissioners to follow McKin- Protection from Fallout asked murder cases.

The chief potential casualties', "I believe that better repre- we pay' "to the state for our own entire purpose of a bicameral ney's example to "hit at com the Gainesville City Commission The court Monday rejectedhis
sentation would from
in the view of observers, are come one roads. legislature, which provides munism." last night to undertake petition for review of both
the strongly conservative Dem House representing the geographic ExchangitesTold "They forget the basic principal -"more representation to more "Every place you can hit at planning studies to provide penalties given him in separate

ocratic groups that long have economic and other perti- to Work of taxation," Fagan said. economic, political and social communism, I'm begging that public fallout protection.Dr. court actions.
nent factors with representation "They forget the people in Es- ,Arthur Broyles, University -i
dominated the region's politicallife. groups than a one-house plan. you do it, Bogle said. "You Peel was given a life sentenceon
in the other House based With StudentsThe cambia County ought to have a He named cattle, pulpwood might lose a few votes but you of Florida physicist, and grounds he mastermindedthe

These groups range from the purely on population," Burns chance to get as good an edu- and "all of your agricultural might live a lot longer." Karl Lundgren of Sunland slaying of Circuit Judge C.

Virginia organization headed by said. Gainesville ExchangeClub cation as the children in Dade interests" as ones that would (The mayor's references to Training Center, urged the E. Chillingworth of Palm Beach
In campaigning for gover- must work harder to gen- County", even though the poorer now lose proper representa Communist infiltration of civil commission to require protection -I and later got another life termin

More About erate ,Exchange activities county can't raise as tion. rights groups were callengedby space in new public buildings the death of Mrs. Chilling-
among school students, Bob much money for its school sys. 'I think the decision Is bad.I local CORE, NAACP Youth and assign a committee to :worth.
ObituariesWILMER Black, delegate to the state tern. work with Civil Defense Di- I
think it's a step toward the Council and the Student Groupfor The Chillingworths were taken
React convention in Miami last "You don't take taxes from abolition of the present (U.S.!) Equal Rights.) rector' Pete Bethel. from their oceanside home near
THOMAS month, said yesterday at the people who can afford it a nd congressional system," the CommissionerS Byron Winn Herbert Sawyer, CD chair- West Palm Beach and drownedin

Wilmer Thomas, 60, of rural Primrose Inn. give it back to them; there'sno Senator said. commended McKinney, although man of the Gainesville chapter the Atlantic by Floyd Holzap-

From Page l''Gainesville, died early today Black told about 45 members point in doing it. "I would not be surprised to< no official action was of the American Society of fel, who got a life sentence, and
after an apparent heart attack. present that the local clubis "But now there is no compromise -see the Court rule the present taken by the commission."In Civil Engineers, endorsed the Negro Bobby Lincoln, who was

elected by voters,.not farms or He was a farmer and merchant. strong and active, comparedwith ," he said. "!... is abso- federal system out," Cross the short time you have community protection group. given Immunity in return for his
cities or economic interests Williams Thomas F u neral clubs in'other cities. How- lute." concluded.' served as mayor your work has Commissioner Alan Sutherland -testifying against Peel.

The Republican nominee,, Home will announce funeral ar ever, he said ,its greatest weak- He pointed out the execu- met our approval," Winn said noted that the city is already -
j State Rep. Charles Holley of St. rangements. ness is in the lack of clubs for tive, judicial and legislative The former mayor noted that involved in a fallout program "

Petersburg, predicted a new Survivors include his widow, young people. branches of Florida's government -VIore About he felt the votes of the commis- in studying. plans for a "Slle.IIOUgllt

drive by legislatures to initiate Mrs. Loma Griffin Thomas; Jerry Rudderman, also a now will all be elected sion reflected an encouragement 'new firestation that includes
a constitutional amendment'' to three children, Carolyn, Linda state delegate, said that in the on a population basis. for: minority groups to shelter for 320 people. Cost of It SuspiciousCULVER

give apportionment powers backto and Sandra, all of Gainesville; future, the .club's president Turlington said, "I think the QuakeFrom look to the commission, not the new station is nearly $13,-

the states.Questioning. two brothers, Coy, Gainesville, elect should attend the state decision will have a very profound possibly Communist-infiltrated 000 over the architect's_ estimate __n- CITY, Calif. (AP-)
the "validity" of and W. R., Wildwood, and two convention.Tom effect on Florida and on 1 groups, for support.Beverage. ,. primarily- because of the It looked suspicious to a woman
the court's opinion, he said it sisters, Mrs. T. R. Merritt, Hutson, vice presidentand United States." Page fallout facilities, Sutherland ex passerby in the bank parking

means "that all legislatures of Gainesville, and Mrs. Vernon program chairman, introduced He called attention to the tanks. There Law plained.No lot.First
oil
burning was
all states are wrong." Whaley, Ocala. the two delegates. Alachua commission action'was a man clutching a handful
problems County- fear that oil spreading over the Is taken on the recommendations of money ran out of the bank
with less than Itt cent of Unchanged
per waterfront and lowland areas climbed Into the trunk of a
the state's population and might ignite. Red Cross parked car and slammed the lid
St. Augustine Grand Jury about 74,000 population, will -behaving Besides Niigata, the hardest Recommendations from the shut.
'
when the reapportionment City Plan Board that the bev- Sets ElectionThe
: hit cities were Murakami, Mi- ordinance remain I Then out of the bank came
legislature is worked out.: zuhara, Mitsuke, and Toyosaka. erage un- bank employes, yelling for po
"Alachua County, dependingon Damage was not as heavy as changed were accepted by city annual meeting of t he

Action Eyed in Race StrifeST. what total size legislature' in Niigata, which was without commissioners last night.A Alachua County chapter of the lice.When officers arrived, the

is arrived at, has more than I gas, water, electricity or distance request for reconsiderationof American Red Cross is scheduled -woman related what she had
enough population for one representative -normal telegraph and telephone requirements be- for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June seen.

AUGUSTINE APThis) the; line filed two abreast down rectly under Jourdan, field dep-- ," he said. "But] communications.In stores tween churches and liquor 23, in the county commission Out of the trunk they flushed

ancient city, under tightened King Street. It was hushed im uty inspector from Tallahassee. unless you move up to a size the northern area the totalof board was the referred to the plan meeting room of the courthouse. Wilford Lawrence Taylor, 23,
commission.No
by .
: state law enforcement, looked to mediately. Sheriff L. O. Davis conferred in excess of 130 members, we houses destroyed was listedat action the Directors and officers for the along with a pistol and $1,930.
grand jury today for a Only about 50 hostile whites with the governor in Tallahassee' don't have .enough for more.I I 371 with 825 others damaged on plan board'recommendation coming year are to be elected. He offered no resistance.
possible
a were on the streets. Two of before the announcement. He: "With a House the size of 138 slightly damaged and several was required. Members and other interested Police booked him on suspicion

easing of racial tension. them began to shout some- told newsmen his power and' 112-45,000 people for one representative hundred flooded at first- persons ar 'invited. _of_bank robbery Monday. (
The St. Johns County Grand thing when a state patrolman that of police chief Virgil Stuart' Alachua, Levy, floor level. Mizell: GetsRecreation

Jury which reconvened last ordered: "shut up!" were not contradicted by thegovernor's Gilchrist, and Union Counties Five bridges were washed
week for the purpose of inves- City Manager Charles Barrier action."I together would have enough away, the railways were cut in Post REMEMBER FATHER'S DAY, June 21st

tigating racial troubles, was said those on the streets was assured by the gover- population for two representatives -24 places and highways dam i
scheduled for a new session were aged at 24 R. H. (Tuck) Mizell was |
told to keep quiet when the Negroes nor that the move in no way detracted among them. places.A ap-
and possibly recommendationsto marched. from his confidence in "Nothing is going to be likeit refining center for nearly pointed to the new Public Rec- it

take the battle off the Gov. men" Davis said. was," he said, and suggestedthat all of Japan's domestic petroleum reation Board last night by city wear out!
streets. Bryant announced that Other evidence of intensifiedlaw it would probably be a Niigata is on the Sea of commissioners to fill the vacancy -
Negro demonstrators' spirits all state officers assigned to St. enforcement was a thorough good time to "rethink how we Japan 160 miles northwest of left by A. T. Andrews.

were buoyed Monday night by a Augustine state troopers plus check of auto traffic. Fifty law do want our Legislature." Tokyo and is a chief port for Andrews declined last week's
visit from ,Jackie Robinson, 43 conservation agents and a few violations were ticketed and He asked, "How in the word! trade with the Soviet Union. appointment to the board. I II I
member of baseball's hall of others from the Minutes after hit Mizell will serve a
beverage department about 50 weapons confiscated in can you have a person runningfor Niigata was one-year
fame who broke the color line governor's and attor- the past two days, a high police the state house of representatives fire enveloped three 30,000tonand term. t
in the major leagues 17 years ney general's offices-were di- official said. -he may be running in two 45,000 ton petroleum The board scheduled its first

ago.And I as many as nine or 10 coun- storage tanks, sending flames meeting for 4 p.m. today.
the chief spokesman for ties-for a two-year term at a and smoke high into the darkenIng -

southern integrationists. Dr. Bryant Orders TroopersTo salary of $100 a month." I sky. Water Supply
Martin Luther King of Atlanta, He predicted that the long-' At the same time, the sea
is expected to return tonight to effect of the decision level dropped 13 feet, followedby Survey Planned I
range II
lead more demostrations. Keep Racial Peace a tidal wave which flooded I
"will be to put greater strengthin
Robinson urged an overflow state governments." I lowland areas, washed small A no cost survey of the city;
crowd of more than 500 in St TALLAHASSEE boats onto the land and crippled water supply was
(CAP) Invoking Jourdan of the Highway Patrol "But I think the court should approved last
Paul AME Church to continue emergency powers, Gov. flew to Tallahassee Monday fora have given more weight"least waterfront: pumps installedto night by the city commission. i
their efforts toward integration.He series of behindcloseddoortalks keep the shore from sinking Utilities Director John Kelly'
also advised them Farris Bryant had state law enforcement where a bi-cameral legislature -into the Sea of
to vote with Bryant concerned "to Japan. said consulting engineers recommended this Jhlrth. M
Democratic if Sen. Barry Gold-' officers in overall Following the talks Bryant is- other factors was than just The quake occurred in one of having the U. S.: c,,
water of Arizona is the Republican -charge today of keeping the sued his order to mobilize the population -the most quake-prone regions of I Public Health Service and Flor-

nominee for president, al peace in racially disturbed St. forces, but declined to reveal he said. said Japan. In 1948, Fukui, 180 miles ida Health Department study .. ICHket : jvish
AU three
legislators
though Robinson has been deputy Augustine.He the nature of the talks. southwest of Niigata on the Japan the water supply. ), : .
director of the Rockefeller- mobilized all state law The government of Florida is there was no point in having a Sea coast, was laid in ruins The same agencies worked, .1. iL"

for-President program and says enforcement officers in the county -committed to take whatever action -bicameral two house leg- and 3,895 persons were killed. with city and county officials I \
he wants to be a Republican. into a special force Monday Is necessary to maintain ,islature, although none was The U.5. Coast and Geodetic studying the water supply late 4, .

Robinson did not join a march under the single command of a peace and order and I intend to, Survey in Honolulu said the last year and earlier in this :'

which followed. He rushed back state Highway Patrol officer. do just that," Bryant said. I Gainesville Sun quake registered 7.25 on the year when one well was foundto < '
to New York in view of Nelson The governor took the action Approximately 20 per cent of I Richter scale, which rated the be polluted and was subsequently -:
Rockefeller's move to back sheriff of the county and the police the states available law enforce Published evenings except I 1906 San Francisco quake at closed for repairs f'o ,,'

Gov. William Scranton of chief of St. Augustine to ment officers were sent to St Saturday ings by ,the and Gainesville Sunday mom-Publishing 8.25.Sendai Last night commissioners ap-. .

Pennsylvania for the GOP make daily reports on their activities Johns County, he said. Company at 101 SE II and Sakata, by a quirkof proved the bid of Layne At-,
nomination.The to the special force com The action to mobilize state I 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida ; nature, were virtually un lantic Co. for $8,740 to repair Our j jacket style shirts are tailored I I
stronger authority which mander. But Bryant said that law enforcement officers is part' and entered as second class ;'scathed. The only damage reported the polluted well with stipulations -; to Wear out maintain a
matter the Post
at Office fresh
Gov. Farris Bryant invested in Sheriff L. 0. Davis would con ly "a result of demonstrations Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION at by police was a few tiles that two other wells be repaired neat, club look whether you're Handsome
Maj. John W. Jourdan of the tinue to work of shaken from buildings. within swinging a or a rake.
independently being carried on nightly by certain RATES BYCARRIER a year. I collection of solid colors and
Florida Highway Patrol obvious the task force.
was groups" Bryant said. OR MAILI I stripes. Sizes S M L 5.00
in the tenor of the march i The governor took the action The effect of the order was. Week .45

by 300 dvil rights demonstra. after saying that there was dan to mold into a single unit state I 3 MOL $5.85 One Of

tors. ger to the lives and persons of law officers from the Highway All mail subscriptions must FREE Ea I
I The noise of walking feet was citizens in St., Augustine. Patrol, Board of Conservation, be paid in advance. Gallon : .
I all that broke the stillness during Racial violence has rocked the Beverage Department, FloridaSheriffs Member of Audit Bureau of With I s&_
Cecil
Circulation. O. Yen Buy
most of the march downtownand county-especially in St. Augustine Bureau, Game and
a 25 minute meeting the and criticism of law enforcement Fresh Water Fish Commission AH material conUined herein Is USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE I
the property of the GaInesvliiePubflstdfl0
old slave market. there has been leveled and Investigators sent by the Company (c) 1'". FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT
One burst of high pitched at the sheriff's department. governors office and the attorney is Reproduction strictly forbidden ta urftoi* without er in pert the Mary Carter 'Paint Store I

laughter:- broke the stillness is Sheriff Davis and Maj. John general's office. '"!ft.. ptViyiiuion ,a* the. publisher, 501 N.W. 2U Av* feiMsvill. *. ,,.. FR 6-7JI8 225 W. University Avenue, .'- _

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By RICHARD WILSON which revised and refuted a less. Moderate Republican wrong with the Republican

JOHN .. HARRISON, PrtsMent. eat Chief, CowlesWashington hundred previous statements; opinion is, at least, not going Party leadership. This lead-
' ItklUhm FAT COWLES. Vk. FwU4e Bureau no really plausible explanation to die with a whimper ership has known for at least "
.t| ED JOHNSON. Tl.. PrMUeml&M for his tardiness; and, merely because Goldwater is six months that Barry Gold-
Beautiful EztcvtlT EAIUri W. G. tam.1l ) I BALTIMORE, Md. To now a one month campaignto so close to victory.For water might win the nomination .
A
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University City' Tic .re.....' ..* OreMuster. *!*- Pmlilicr By: RALPH Prb Wtanlaf McGILL rablkhcr I Forrest, who was famous spent the last several yearsin the Arizona senator's impacton tervention the Republican ;
&lea Of U. AtUaU. has gotten there lastest state organizations all over large has yet been in the final act. The intervention
THE SUN'S POLICY
with the leastest. His announcement the country. megaton range. He is the would have to be divine be

1. Report the news fully and Impartially( in the news columns. They Are here for the pres leading candidate for the Re cause there were no temporal
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in editorials. idency was late. "We will The odds are strongly publican presidential nomination forces at work.
J 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. see," he said, if it is too against Governor Scranton, largely owing to his
, late and too little. but his cause, or at least As the eleventh hour struck
The Sun's telephones: All Departments--372-S441 The circumstances were not former Vice President delegate strength in southernand the angels arrived for the
non-Republic: u states,
Ads hurried deci- Nixon's "third choice" fray in disarray. Governor
Wont -376 672 Going ToEurope auspicious: a cause, and for having won by a nar
: not be Scranton could not have
conferences
sion at midnight may entirely hope- row margin a single contested spoken f
at all without the hope !

I The Mayor's Discovery BELOW OLYMPUS By InterlCindl ifornia Republican) representing primary only(Cal-a of down receiving, Governor, in Rockefeller's the show \

fragment of that state's total
support, but this is a weak I
Now comes Gainesville Mayor crept into the civil rights movementand voting strength.He reed. In spite of all that has

Howard McKinney, who has dis are under FBI scrutiny. This is could not win a majorityof happened Governor Rockefeller

covered communism. a development not especially sur- On the women's pages of THE U 'OLN- Republicans in New Hamp considers Governor'Rockefeller
prising. We the infiltrated newspapers now in June, the TEDDY RoosEVEflsa -- shire and Oregon; his strengthin to be the No. 1 candi
expect
month of the poets are stories +HoW t IMAbE"lrdIHJ i Illinois and Indiana in virtually date for the presidency, and i
He announced his discovery in a Communists
to
groups reject just as about high school graduateswho uncontested primarieswas Governor Romney has the '.
4 speech.last week to the.Altrusa'Club did labor unions. are sailing for Europe as less than expected; and haunting suspicion that it

f with the statement that "commu- a reward for work done. The Governor Rockefeller cut would be better to run for the

nism is in the civil rights movement, Now to communism in Gaines flood of .college students down the large majority Gold- presidency in 1964 rather than
matches that of water would have been expected
bygone
years.In for of Michigan with
governor
the labor unions the motion picture ville.
Paris they will be finding to win in California.The Goldwater heading the ticket.
industry . and in Gainesville, their way down the Rue Berri truth is, Goldwater is is difficult to see how 'tIt

Fla." We suspect our biggest local problem to knock on the door of the strongest where the Republican Scranton's candidacy alone (

is apathy, not communism. Paris Herald Tribune, and to )f Party is weakest. And can stop Goldwater unless :
the Rue Caumartin to inquireof Goldwater is weak where Re Rockefeller Gen. Eisenhower
The Mayor's approach to this Gainesville needs much-a revitalized
the New York Times if publicans have demonstratedthat and
Governor
sensitive subject is a familiar one. downtown racial Romney,
area, improved
win New York
there are any summer jobs. they can : Richard M. Nixon can quickly
It is a smear technique based on relations, hand-in-hand coordinationwith In: London they will try at the Pennsylvania Ohio, Michigan. 1 unite behind him. Even ,

guilt by association., It works this the University of Florida. Such Associated Press and the It would seem inconceivable, then success is doubtful.

way: are achieved by overcoming apathyand U.P.I. But most of them will except under the special circumstances
be tourists. now existing, that But at least with Scranton
inertia. Rockefeller in the \\1 1 1
would and
WHAT DO THEY seek? .\ the Republican Party race
"A Communist has been foundin offer a candidate for presi there is some center now for
Many things, of course; but
CORE. All CORE members are Mayor McKinney himself is a what is the essential, perhaps dent who was so urgently not an anti-Goldwater movement.

Communists. A Communist has been political product of apathy. He ran secret of not-well- ompre- wanted in big states where Moderates are entitled to )

found in the plumber's union. All unopposed for the City Commissiontwo hended, wish at the back of Republicans are most numer share, however, Governor

plumbers ,are Communists. A Com years ago. Aside from the compulsory the mind of ? A senSe beckons.of centuries ous.Governor Scranton represents Rockefeller's didn't happen lament sooner. that"Where it

munist has been found in the. movie pledge for "good govern- can feel history it strongest in Ore the !J< *;.1 S IfXfUS: 1m the foregoing point of were you," he asked fellow

industry. All movies are subversive.A ment," he swept into office as politi stones of the capital cities of view but his appearance in governors at the Cleveland

Communist has been found at the cal enigma. His ideas have never Paris, London and Rome.In "Come on, Barry we know it's you!" Baltimore was anti-climatic conference, "when we were

University of Florida. The University been tempered by the fires of con them history is like a and amply illustrated what is fighting Goldwater?"

of Florida is a hotbed of communism troversy in a political campaign. presence at one's side. In
." Berlin, with East Berlin and ENVOYS SCORE GAINS
its ruins of the Second World
Unfortunately, the, cry of "com- War just through the scarred

The smear technique reached its munism" is poor substitute for some gate, the impact of historyis

peak a decade ago under the aegis of of the real issues which face Gaines relatively new. It is of U. S. Finds Harmony With De Gaulle

the late U.S. Sen. Joseph McCarthy, ville. It would be much more to the Hitler and his doing. Or, per-
haps, of Kaiser Bill, his armies
the biggest political faker of our point if the Mayor would discuss his
have and impasse derives
that almost captured Sfrui lurk Timra touch. They exchanged retary treasury secretary. partially
era. Senator McCarthy charged that views of strengthening Gainesville'scity Paris and which, in time, call- By C. L. SULZBERGER private envoys and personal Billotte and Anderson each from awkward diplomatic

the U.S. State Department was in manager form of government.Or ed forth the might of the PARIS There is a new letters and have even tenta- claim good relations with contacts, Bilhtte avoided his

control of known Communists num- vitalization of the downtownarea. United States. In Russia the and friendlier tone to Franco- tively experimented with telephone their countries' present administrations Washington embassy. Johnson

bering 180, or some such astronomical Or better housing. Or open company of the past is most American relationships these conversations. There is and are personal received him last Aprilin

figure. He promised to produce a public meetings of the City Com felt in Leningrad, even thoughit days although there has beenno no hot line between the White friends. This is the human the presence of McGeorge
is a newer city, and the change in issues of sub House and the Elysee palacebut background to attempts at ar Bundy and, at the end, Anderson -
list, but never did. And what few mission.If walls of the Kremlin are an- stance dividing the two old there is also no broken ranging a detente. who is familiar with tank

names he ultimately revealed were cient. allies. The brighter atmos- line. Last March Billotte was re problems because of his Pentagon

in committee meetings, never out or when the Mayor finds a THERE IS A certain nos phere was created by Presi ceived by De Gaulle to discuss experience.

side where the Senator shed his Communist, he should call the name talgia in many who go, a won dents Johnson and De Gaulle THIS IMPROVED tone Is Franco-American rivalry over

immunity and could be sued for aloud. If the charge be true, we can- der about origin's"My people who,,I recognizing that normal largely the work of two former tank designs for NATO. De JOHNSON PROMISED to
all came from Scotland, England channels of communicationmay cabinet ministers. It was Gaulle then gave his blessingto review French armored con
slander. join together in a tarandfeatherparty.
Ireland, Wales... My have become clogged, started at the initiative of a project Billotte had ar ceptions with Secretary Mc-
We'll ride the culprit out of people were Dutch... I am Namara and
established fresh means of Gen. Pierre Billotte DeGaulle' ranged for a Washington tripto production experts -
Senator McCarthy was ultimately town, with Mayor McKinney carry- descended from the Hugue personal contact. : wartime chief of see Johnson and American and then showed keen

recognized as an irresponsible ing one end of the rail and The nots... My forefathers were Whether this will lead to staff. Billotee, who is a sincere leaders. De Gaulle authorized interest in exploring broader

power-seeker and censured by the Gainesville Sun the other. Germans who left to escape more understanding on long- friend of America, was Billotte to discuss any mat- issues that now hamper better
the and
U.S.' Senate. But not before he had militarisms.wars I tyrannies wish I couldgo of established differences is con defense minister nine years ters of Franco-American in- understanding. When Billotte
jectural and certainly no major ago before De Gaulle's return. terest but without commit- returned to Paris he sent De
thrown the nation into To it
political put as kindly as possible, to Warsaw.., My folks
be looked for He is liberal but Independent France much he Gaulle a lengthy memoran
changes can ting as
hysteria. And not before he had incubated we think Mayor McKinney's com- were Poles. Italians...
amelioration Gaullist and has servedin dum on his talk.
soon. Any real never had given similar authorization
Czechs... Lithuanians and
a bevy of professional anti- munism charge is political opportu- on and on. (Franklin, so D. should it come, would probably a Fifth Republic cabinet. to a private trip to Peking While De Gaulle was recu
Communists who make a livelihood nism which can but harm Gainesville elections. Billote's alter is the
Roosevelt once irritated the follow the U.S. ego last year by Edgar Faure, a perating from an operation
delivering fearsome lectures to any by dividing the community into Daughters of the American Nevertheless, the two presi Texas Republican, Robert An trip that was followed by Chinese Anderson came to Paris witha

group willing to be titilated. warring camps. Revolution by addressing dents have apparently resolved derson, Eisenhower's navy recognition. letter of introduction from
them as "Fellow Immi to keep more closely in secretary, deputy defense sec- Feeling that the existing Johnson to De Gaulle. He saw

We don't know what new evi Speak loudly, Mr. Mayor, if we grants.) When President Billotte who told him the gen-
John F. Kennedy looked up eral could not yet receive him
dence inspires Mayor McKinney to are threatened. But don't ask us to
his distant relatives in Ire I
but Anderson returned after
revive this. The only recent development fight the bogy man in the dark. land millions of Americanswere
of the a continental tour. Bill l 0 t t e
has been from J. Edgar Hooverof Give us the only weapon we need, stirred to discuss their Voice People.On saw De Gaulle May 29. De

the Federal Bureau of Investigation. the searchlight of fact. own origins. It may be a partof Gaulle agreed to receive An

As the the mysterious wish for derson alone for
mayor pointed out, Mr. I except an
Hoover said some subversives have Give "identity. The Sim's official French interpreter.The .
us names. Opinion Page
At any rate, it is June U.S. Embassy and quai!
again and the trans-Atlantic
.L d'orsay were not apprised.
'' 4 ships and aircraft are crowded. Opinions and comments of Sun reader arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Immediately Anderson told
POTOMAC FEVER Time was when the per must be signed and bear the water's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Johnson
son who had been to Europewas not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The of the impending ap
a notbable figure in the Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or pointment and the President

By Jack 'ilson, Cowles Washington Bureau town only the well-to-do intent. decided to follow up with an
could go... But now an afflu llayorOn love" "Seven Days in May," fly dominated by communiststhat official visit by Under Secre
Supports
and "The Victors." If motion tary George Ball, who bore :a
Congressmen finally voted themselves a pay raise. They didn't want to, but ent society makes it possiblefor it was expelled from the
letter.
somebody said they wouldn't get it unless they did. tens of thousands "to go CommunismEDITOR pictures show evidence of CIO) was servicing communications presidential Andersonsaw
to Europe." Some go to see such influence, it seems logi lines to and from De Gaulle May 30 and

._..._ the cathedrals, the palaces, Sun: Re: Mr. McKinney cal to assume specific causes key defense installations in Ball saw him June 5.
the the for the effects that occur. Details of the Anderson
quaint villages mu the U.S. and the cable facilities
The Senate is to Communism.
expected approve the pay bill too. They need a raise over seums, the magnificent art on Documentation of Commu to defense in- Gaulle conversation 'must remain
there, now that Bobby Baker isn't around to pick up the check. galleries. But, in most of Quote from AP release in nist domination of certain stallations.overseas(This warning was secret but it ranged far

them, there is a wish to find"something" Gainesville Sun, April 22: labor unions is relatively simple ignored and the situation exists afield from the initial subjectof

..., an answer to "FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover For one example examination today.) tanks. Anderson expressed
Governor Scranton didn't really mean there's no "basic difference" between "life", or "self." has told a Congressional of a report entitled Johnson's wish to explore all
him and Goldwater. He just meant they both have trouble explaining later DESPITE THE FACT that subcommittee that Comm Interlocking Subversion in Anyone wishing to test for avenue leading to better re- I f I

what they really meant. the origins of many Ameri nist influence does exist in the Gov't. Depts., dated July 30, himself the truth or falsityof lationships. It seems, De }

cans are the British Isles Negro movement' .. "and it 1953, by the Senate Internal Mayor McKinney's allegations Gaulle agreed this endeavorwas
America has had a long love is this influence that is vitally Security Subcommittee, re- woWd do himself a favorto of capital importance.

What's going to happen when Scrant on finds out that that wasn't a bona affair with France... Paris.It important. It can be the veals the following: read the thoroughly docu-

fide draft at all, but just hot breath on the back of,Sen. Hugh Scott's neck? was the French that madeit means through which large The Chairman of the Com- mented -None Dare Call It THERE HAVE BEEN no +
possible for us, to win our masses are caused to lose mittee, William Jenner, notified Treason" by John Stormer, fundamental devebpmentssince.
independence from Britain. perspective on the issues involved key administration offi Liberty Bell Press Florissant However it is now taken

The Drunken Driver When the First World War and, without realizingit cials on May 26,1953 that the Missouri, pocket edition 7S for granted De Gaulle and
came, the romantic appeal of succumb to the party's American Communications cents. Johnson will meet some time
France invaded and was a propaganda lures' ." Association, (a union so heav- GAINESVILLIAN after the elections and it is

An Editorial from It* L.kel.nd Ledger assume he IS a first offender, simply wander through road- prime mover in arousing Quote from affidavit signedby not categorically excluded
American opinion. Many a former FBI undercover that an encounter could come
"First time I've been of some prominence in the
ever
side taverns at the peak of young American went to that Prussian "I here- earlier. This nevertheless is
,
and agent Karl : Washington Memo ,
in trouble; can't you keep it community, that printinghis
business and make their war in love with France. It by also state that Martin Luther unlikely because of Johnson's
out of the paper? name would embarrass
and friends. presence >known without say was a love he could not ex King has either been a political commitments and De
and family plain. But it was there. "Wewon't Cowles Washington Bureau
The
Ledger we suppose has Gaulle's travel commitments.
ing a word. And just in case member of, or wittingly
most other papers hear Was he not aware what the doesn't come back" 'till it's accepted support from over BASS PLOT: An Agriculture Department scientist has dis Furthermore, time might
pleas of that sort from timeto could happen when he got be through message, the officers get over, over there. Now there 60; Communist fronts, individ- covered that low-pitched noise plays hob with the Indian- improve the atmosphere for a
time. Often a lawbreaker's hind the wheel of his car? If periodic "drunk spring is a new France. And where, uals and/ r organizations, meal moths that infest stored foods. He exposed them to a later colloquy. Paris reckons
traps" near wonders is De Gaulle
offense is so trivial wewouldn't he disregards the law, an d the taverns. one which give aid to or espouse continuous Jow-pitched hum for four days while they were that when Johnson has been
taking it'Before
print it anyway. But tries to repeal common-sense Communist causes." (Affidavit laying eggs and found that only one quarter as many moths reelectedheld here as certain
in most cases the request exactly whose fault is his The old fashoned drunk that there war had that been beganin on file with Committee of developed from the eggs as came from eggs not exposed to he will be in a posi-
1914.
a
comes from one accused or predicament? The judge's for who staggers home at 3 a.m. of relative The Christian Laymen, Inc. of sound. Of those that hatched, nearly half died the first day. tion to choose his own official :

convicted of drunken driving. passing sentence The pa to face the little woman may British century with a world peace.empireto Woodland Hills, California.) Survivors took longer than normal to become adults, and team and perhaps elaborate
These we do print, with per's for printing his name? have become hatched. The is "
comic character. tend made alliances that Communistic influences in few of their eggs process being investigatedas original policy approaches.
names, because it is news of Or is it solely the fellow'sown But the same fellow who kept Germany, in line. France the movies are quite easily a non-chemical means of preventing infestation. To summarize there is nowa

public record, involving aser-, doings, an act of calculated performs his act in a 4,000- was the major continental recognized by gaining a knowledge more hopeful mood, an im
ious offense. risk of "getting pound lethal steel automobileis of current Communist provement in communications I

And the judges must hear caught?" There is no such a menace and a potential power.Soon it will be August and "11 ne sIt ("peace at anyprice" and perhaps a start to the exchange

this question all too often: thing as one free crime.In killer. He knows better, and 50 years since Europe mobilized "better Red than of fresh ideas. Wheth '.i
"This is going to humiliatemy Tennessee, the state has if he doesn't, he ought to. for that war. dead") and then examining R.
family, sir, so can't you put some of its biggest patrol And when he gets caught, Out of it came a new world box-ffice attractions. tangible cannot be forecast 'fit
let me off this time?" men, the six-foot-plus bruis- there is nobody he can legit- still in the lively processof Movies currently propagandizing rJ' : But events are heading, certainly {;
All the arguments of the ers, on what the Patrol calls imately blame. Except him revolution. What's going on in U. S. theaters are Oeic cJ}' U"J ..f. ] if gradually towards a _

lawbreaker maybe true..Let' roadhouse duty. These fellows self.. '. ,in Europe and at home "Fail-Safe "Dr. Strange. .. ;'-: --' Joh so -De Gaull dialogue ; ,.
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4 Gainesville Sun Tuesday June 16 1964

-. I CONSCIENCE I Atlanta, Ga., yesterday be- tendent, will meet June 18
COLORED cause of business. She will be through June 21. .

w NEWSI away.for a week. The schedule of activities !is

; ((&ahttsuilltSun OF Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hut- as follows: Thursday af"8 p.m.
Childs Colored
B. F.
I x chins and daughter, Madge, there will be a local program;

r ; NOTICE VOTERS' LEAGUE all of Chicago, Ill., whose visit I Friday at 8 p.m. will be Won

THESOUTH f Typing in the Summer School 'The Alachua County Voters here and Jacksonville for 'the en's Day; Saturday will be
:. w Program at Lincoln High League will meet at the Recre- past two weeks has been pleasant I Young People's Day with Minis-

JOHN R. HARRISON, PresMentrvkliifccri ud I School this summer will be of- ation Center, Wednesday at 8 were flown to their home I'' ter Farmer in charge' and
.. ., FAT COWLES. Tk I'rell- fered from seventh through yesterday.Mrs. Sunday will be the Superintend
I
tfeoti ED ,JOKNSOX. Tic 1'.lUe.' p.m.Precinct Ada Lester of N.W. 6th ent's
Day.
M. Ea...".. EOteri W. G. (his) twelfth grades for those who workers and captains i
Florida's Beautiful EBEKSOU. Tto rriI4Mt .a4 A* have not registered'for the fall are urged tc be on .bind Avenue, recently returned from The public is invited.Missionary

University City' vtitlstag DfrecUri BOB TAKTACLIONE. 'I By RALPH llcGILLl'aUiu I course. to help mike plans for the vote Cocoa where she was' visiting Matie Lumpkins, reporter.
YUe rmliot u< ClremU- with her and other rela
: sister
Prb Winning PibUikerOf The Summer Course is offered registration drive for the monthof
tl..ltaa.g.r.THE the AtlaaU. (Ga.) C.netlt.tla I tives and friends.
only as an enrichmentcourse July. WILLISTON NEWS
SUN'S POLICY and will not carry any Voter Education Week will Mrs. Annie Mae Jones, of Notice

credit for the course. also be set during the meeting. Tampa, passed through Gaines- Fellowship Household of Ruth
1. the fully and Impartially In the news columns. Are
Report news They ville yesterday en route to
Anyone desiring to take this Precinct boundaries and -
precinct No. 5422. will meet Wednesday
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials. Jacksonville to visit' with her ,
course might register tomorrow headquarters o sed
prop June 16 at-4 at- the us-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. p.m.
between 8 a.m.-12 p.m. and changes will be aired along aunt, Mrs. Mary F. Fagan, and ual meeting place. Mrs. Grace

The Sun's telephones: ,All Department! -372-8441 1-3 p.m. lines of improvement. Chester other relatives. Williams, M.N.G. Mrs. Bessie
Wont Ads 376-4672 ToEurope This course will run six Shell, chairman. Frank Simmons, of St. Mae -
Going Wesley, reporter. :
Petersburg passed through
,
weeks during the Summer from j. Notes! Sympathy-
June 15 to July 24. Otha W. Healy Gainesville yesterday en route, Friends sympathize" deeply
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS to visit at the Florida A. and,
principal Lincoln High
The ; with Mrs. Maud Hill in the
Mayor's DiscoveryNow School. Mt. Pleasant Methodist M. University at Tallahassee.Mr. j pass-
There will be mid-week Prayer and Mrs. Samuel J. ing away of her mother, who

Gainesville Mayor into the civil Services today, 7:30 m. died at Chiefland.
comes crept rights movementand p. ; Franklin and daughter, Car-

Howard McKinney, who has dis- are under FBI scrutiny. This is NOTICE the Children's Choir will rehearse olyn, flew here yesterday from

covered communism. a development not especially On the women's pages of The Pallbearers' Lodge No. tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; Belmar: N.J., on ,a two-week ALACHUA NEWS
surprising -
newspapers now in June, the 113 will hold its regular'meet. the Youth Choir will rehearse vacation with Mrs.. Franklin'srelatives. 90th Anniversary ClosingThe
We expect the infiltrated month of the poets, are stories ing at the usual meeting. place tomorrow, 4:30: p.m.; Choir No. I 90th anniversary of the
He announced his discovery in a groups to reject Communists just as about high school graduateswho today at 8 p.m. 1 will rehearse Tuesday, 7:30 I Damascus Baptist Church !is be-

speech last week to the Altrusa Club did labor unions. are sailing for Europe asa The dues are to be paid at p.m. Jeff Jones, president; ing observed. The New Hop

with the statement that "commu- reward for work done. The the.meeting. Richard Parker, organist. The The Florida Medical, Dental Baptist Church choir of Alachua

nism is in the civil rights movement, Now to communism in Gaines- flood of college students CLUB Methodist observed Student Day will be and holding Pharmaceutical its Sixty Associationis ,-, Eighth will conduct the services today
MEETINGThe Sunday, June 28.
matches that of which will the anniversaryto
bygone bring
the labor unions, the motion picture ville. years.In State Convention in Ocala.
Paris they will be finding Majestic Club will meetat Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor. 'a close.ARCHER.
.
industry . and in Gainesville, their way down the Rue Berrito the home of Mrs. Daisy Wash Emanuel Baptist Therewill State officers of this organization

Fla." We suspect our biggest local prob- knock on the door of the ington, of 663 NE 15th St., today be prayer meeting today, are: G. K. Sands, D.D.S.,
7:30 and Choir president; W. H. Baker M.D., NEWS
Paris Herald Tribune and to at 8:30 pm.CONVALESCING p.m.; No.1 will
lem is apathy, not communism. ,
M. C. Hunt R.
president-elect SuccessfulThe
have its rehearsal Thursday, ; Program
the Rue Caumartin to
The Mayor's approach to this Gainesville needs much-a revitalized the New York Times inquireof if 7:30 p.m.; and Choir No. 1 will P., first vice president; C. E. Christian Stirrers, Gospel

sensitive subject is a familiar one. downtown area, improved racial there are summer jobs.In Mr. Ford, who has been ill, have its rehearsal Thursday, Wright, D.D.s., second vice Singers from Williston appeared
any
It is a smear technique based on relations, hand-in-hand coordinationwith London they will try at the was reported as somewhat im 7:30 pjn.' Rev. T. D. Davis, president; Robert L. Smith, in a musical program at the

guilt by association. It works this the University of Florida. Such Associated Press and the proved. pastor; Mrs. M. E. Middleton, D.D.S, executive secretary; W. Pineville Methodist Church Sun
H. Murrell, D.D.S., treasurer
way: are achieved by overcoming apathyand U.P.I. But most of them will reporter. day.The
be tourists. AILING AT HOMEJ. I Archer Church of God in I W. W. Schell, Jr., M.D., speaker attendance was very

inertia. F. Jones, Sr., father of J. Christ Church School, 9:30 of the House of Dele- good.
WHAT DO THEY seek?
"A Communist has been foundin Many things, of course but F. Jones, Jr., a teacher in Lincoln a.m.; morning worship, 11:30! gates; and E.: A. Cosby, D.D.S.,
CORE. All CORE members are Mayor McKinney himself is ; School is at, ; vice speaker of the House of
a what is the essential, perhaps High ailing a.m.; Young People's Willing RECEIVES REAPPOINTMENTThe
Communists. A Communist has been political product of apathy. He ran secret of not-_well- mpre- the home of his daughter, Miss Workers' Meeting, 6:30: p. m.; Delegates.The will end at Rev. Damon Dell, who

found in the plumber's union. All unopposed! for the City Commissiontwo hended, wish at the back of Alva Jones. Friends hope he and. evening worship, 8:30 pjn. meeting. noon has served as pastor of the Bart-

plumbers are Communists., A Com- years ago. Aside from, the com- the mind? A sense of .centuries will be well soon..:... i Elder Jenkins Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth on Thursday.The president of the local ley Temple Methodist Churchfor
reporter.
munist has been found in the movie pulsory pledge for "good govern- of history beckons. Ore NE GAINESVILLE I Alachua St. Matthew Bap- group is Dr. C. W. Banks of the past several years, was
feel it for another
can strongest In the reappointed yearat
industry. All movies are subversive.A ment," he swept into office as,political stones of the capital cities of IMPROVEMENT LEAGUEThe I tist-The Choir will have its i Gainesville. the Annual Conference of the

Communist has been found at the enigma. His ideas have never Paris, London and Rome.In residents of, the North- rehearsal Wednesday, 8 p. m.; I Methodist Church held at Beth-

University of Florida. The University been tempered by the fires of con- them history Is like a east Gainesville Civic' Improvement and there will be a business.i MISSION SOCIETYThe une Cookman College, at Daytona -
at League will attend a meet. meeting Thursday, .8 pjn. All Women'j Home Mission Beach .
of Florida is a hotbed of commu- troversy in Apolitical campaign. presence one's side. In recently.Rev.
Berlin, with East Berlin and ing at the Duval Elementary members are asked to be pres- Society of the Mt. Carmel,Baptist Mr. Dell's friends wish
nism.. its ruins-of the Second World School auditorium today at 8 ent. Rev. J. L. Middleton, pas- Church'will meet Wednes- him continued success in his

Unfortunately, the cry of "com- War just through the scarred p.m.The tor; Mrs. W. L. Postell, repor. day at 6:30 p.m. at the home of field.

The smear technique reached its munism" is poor substitute for some gate, the impact of historyis agenda will include new ter.Mrs. Mrs. Gladys Williams, of 817

peak a decade ago under the aegis of of the real issues which face Gaines relatively new. It is of projects for improving living Minnie Wilson and N.W. 8th Avenue.
conditions in the Northeastarea. children, Glenda, Micheal and JACKSONVILLE NEWS
the late U.S. Sen. Joseph McCarthy, ville. It would be much more to the Hitler and his doing. Or, per- Jerome, all of Tallahassee, are Continues 111
of Kaiser Bill his
the biggest political faker of our point if the Mayor would discuss his mies haps, that almost ,captured ar- Public safety on N. E. 6th visiting with Mrs. Wilson's son- ALACHUA NEWS Mrs. Mary Sutton continuedill

era. Senator McCarthy charged that views of strengthening Gainesville'scity Paris and which, in time, call- Avenue, one of our old griev- in-law and daughter, Mr. and District MeetingThe at the home of her daughterat I

the U.S. State Department was in manager form of government.Or ed forth the might of the ences, will be the first item of Mrs. Ferman Wingate, Jr., of District Meeting of the Jacksonville, it was reportedhere
business. Rev. N. A. Jackson.. 1634 S.W. 14th Avenue. Church of God in Christ with Elder yesterday. She is well I
control of known Communists num- vitalization of the downtownarea. United States. In Russia the '
president. Mrs. Mary Hall was called to S. K. Lampkins, superin known here.
bering 180, or some such astronomical Or better housing. Or open company of the past is most

figure. He promised to produce a public meetings of the City Commission felt in Leningrad, even thoughit
is a newer city, and the .
list, but never did. And what few walls of the Kremlin are. an ENVOYS SCORE GAINS I

names he ultimately revealed were cient.

a. in committee meetings, never out- If or when the Mayor finds a THERE IS A certain nostalgia -

side where the Senator shed his Communist, he should call the name in many who go, a won

immunity and could be sued for aloud. If. the charge be true, we can der came about from origins.Scotland"My, Eng-people U. S. Finds Harmony With De Gaulle

slander all join together in tar-and feather i
a land, Ireland, Wales... My
party. We'll ride the culprit out of people were Dutch... I am
Senator :McCarthy was ultimately town, with Mayor McKinney carry- descended from the Hugue- < Sfoui ftnrJt ufimra tively experimented with tele- Last March Billotte was received ceptions with Secretary Mc-

recognized as an irresponsible ing one end of the rail and The nots... My forefathers were By C. L. SULZBERGER phone conversations. There is by De Gaulle to discuss Namara and production experts -
Germans who left to escape PARIS There is a new no hot line between the White Franco-American rivalry over and then showed keen
and censured the Gainesville Sun the
power-seeker by other. the wars and tyrannies of and friendlier tone'to Franco- House and the Elysee palacebut tank designs for NATO. De interest in exploring broader

U.S. Senate. But not before he had militarisms.. I wish I couldgo American relationships these there is. also no broken Gaulle then gave his blessingto issues that now hamper better

thrown the nation into political To put it as kindly as possible, to Warsaw... My folks days although there has beenno line.THIS a project Billotte had arranged understanding. When Billotte

hysteria. And not before he had incubated we think Mayor McKinney's com- were Poles. .. Italians... change in issues of sub- IMPROVED tone is for a Washington tripto returned to Paris he sent De

a bevy of professional anti- munism charge is political opportu- l Czechs... Lithuanians, and so stance dividing the two old largely the work of two for- see Johnson and American Gaulle a lengthy memorandum -
on and on. (Franklin D. allies. The brighter atmosphere mer cabinet ministers. It was leaders. De Gaulle authorized on his talk. '
Communists who make a livelihood nism which can but harm Gaines.
Roosevelt once irritated the was created by. Presi- started at the initiative of Billotte to discuss any matters While De Gaulle was recuperating -
delivering fearsome lectures to any ville by dividing the community into Daughters of the American dents Johnson and De Gaulle Gen. Pierre Billotte, De of Franco-American interest from an operation

group willing to. be titilated.We warring camps. Revolution by address i n g who, recognizing that normal Gaulle's wartime chief of but without committing Anderson came to Paris,with

them as "Fellow Immi- channels of communicationmay staff. Billotee, who is a sin- France much as he a letter of introduction;from

don't know what new evidence Speak loudly, :Mr. :Mayor, if we grants.") When President have become clogged, cere friend of America, was had given similar authorization Johnson to De Gaullef He saw

inspires :Mayor McKinney to are threatened. But don't ask us to John F. Kennedy looked up established fresh means of defense minister nine years to a private trip to Peking Billotte who told him the gen
his distant relatives in Ire- ago before De Gaulle's return. last by Edgar Faure, a eral could not
personal contact. year yet receive him
revive this. The
only recent develop- fight the bogy in the
man dark. land millions of Americanswere
He is liberal but independent trip that was followed by Chinese but Anderson returned aftera
ment has been from J. Edgar Hooverof Give us the only weapon we need, stirred to discuss their Whether this will lead to Gaullist and has never servedin recognition. continental tour. Bit'i'tt 1 e

the Federal Bureau of Investigation. the searchlight of fact. own origins. It may be a partof more understanding on long- a Fifth Republic cabinet. Feeling that the existing saw De Gaulle May '29."De

As the mayor pointed out, Mr. the mysterious" wish for established differences is con- Billote's alter ego is the Impasse derives partially Gaulle agreed to.receive An-
"identity. jectural and certainly no ma- Texas Republican, Robert An- from awkward ti '
Hoover said some subversives have Give us names. diploma c derson alone except' for an
At any rate, it is June jor changes can be looked for derson Eisenhower's
navy contacts, Billotte avoided his official French interpreter.The .
again, and the trans-Atlantic soon. Any real amelioration, secretary, deputy defense sec- Washington embassy. Johnson U.S. Embassy and, ,qual!
x "- ships and aircraft are crowd should it come, would probably and
retary treasury secretary. received him last Aprilin d'orsay were not apprised.
POTOMAC FEVER ed. Time when the
was per- follow the U.S. elections.
Billotte and Anderson each the presence of McGeorge Immediate'y Anderson told
son who had been to
Europewas Nevertheless, the two presi- claim good relations with Bundy and, at the end, Anderson Johnson of the impending
a notbable figure in the appointment -
dents have apparently resolved their countries' ad- who is familiar
present with tank
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau town only the well-to-do and the President;
could go... But now an afflu- to keep more closely in ministrations and are personal problems because of his Pen- decided to follow up with an
touch. They have exchanged friends. This is the human
Congressmen finally voted themselves a pay raise. They didn't want to, but ent society makes it possiblefor tagon experience. official visit by Under Secre-
private and personal background to attempts at arranging JOHNSON PROMISED to
envoys tary George Ball who bore
somebody said they wouldn't get it unless they did tens of thousands "to go a
to Europe." Some go to see letters and have even tentaVoice a detente. review French armored con- presidential letter.. Andersonsaw

the cathedrals, the palaces, De Gaulle May 30 and
the quaint villages, the mu- Ball saw' him June 5.
The Senate is expected to approve the pay bill too. They need a raise over
seums, the magnificent art Details of the Anderson-De
there, now that Bobby Baker isn't around to pick the check.
up galleries. But, in most of of the People Gaulle conversation must remain -

them, there is a wish to find i I secret but it ranged far

"something"..., an answer to afield from the initial subjectof
Governor Scranton didn't really mean there's no "basic difference" between "life", or "self." I tanks. Anderson expressed

him and Goldwater. He just meant they both have trouble explaining later' DESPITE THE FACT that On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions == Johnson's wish to explore all
what they really meant. the of Americans
origins many avenue leading to better re
are the British Isles, and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters lationships. It seems De
America has had a long love must b. signed and bear the writer address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Gaulle agreed this endeavorwas
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
What's goinsr to happen when Scrant on finds out that that wasn't a bona affair with France._ Paris.It Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without ctanging the writer's meaning or of capital importance.
fide draft at all, but just hot breath on the back of Sen. Hugh Scott's neck? was the French that madeit intent. THERE HAVE BEEN no
possible for us to win our which give aid to or. espouse Security Subcommittee, reveals fundamental developments
independence from Britain. Supports Mayor Communist causes. (Affidavit the following] : since. However it is now taken -

The Drunken Driver When the First World War On Communism on file with Committee of The Chairman of the Com- for granted De Gaulle and

came the romantic appeal of Christian Laymen, Inc. of mittee, William Jenner, notified !. Johnson will meet some time
France invaded and was a EDITOR Sun: Re: Mr. Mc- Woodland Hills, California.) key administration officials after the elections and it is

An Editorial from the Lakeland. Ledger assume he IS a first offender, simply wander through road- prime mover in arousing Kinney on Communism. Communistic influences in on May 26, 1953 that the not categorically excludedthat

"First time I've ever been of some prominence in the American opinion. Many a Quote from AP release in the movies are quite easily Ameri can Communications an encounter could come
sine
taverns at the
in trouble; can't you' keep it community, and that printing peak of young American went to that Gainesville Sun, April 22: recognized by gaining a know- Association (a union so heavily earlier. This, nevertheless is
out of the paper?" his name would embarrass business and make their war in love with France. It "FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover ledge of current Communist dominated by communiststhat unlikely because of Johnson'spolitical

family and friends. presence known without say- was a love he could not ex- has told a Congressional "1 1 ne 5" ("peace at any it was expelled from the commitments and De

The Ledger and, we suppose ing a word. And just in case plain. But it was there. "Wewon't subcommittee that 'Commu- price", "better Red than CIO) was servicing commu- Gaulle's travel commitments.
most other papers hear Was he not aware what come back 'till it's nist dead") and then examining Furthermore
the doesn't influence does exist in the nications lines to and from time might
pleas of that ,sort from timeto could happen when he be- message get over over there... Now thereIs
box-office attractions.
got through the officers spring Negro movement' .. "and it k time. Often a lawbreaker'soffense hind the wheel of his car? If periodic "drunk traps" near, a new France. And where Gaulle, is'this influence that is vitally, Movies currently propagan the U.S. and the cable facilities later colloquy. Paris reckons
is so trivial ,wewouldn't he disregards the law, and one wonders is De in U. S. theaters
the taverns. important. It can be the dizing are to overseas defense in- that when Johnson has been
print it;anyway But tries to repeal common-sense, taking it? means through which large "Fail-Safe," "Dr. Strange- stallations. (This warning was re-elected held here as certain
Before that that
beganin
in most cases the request exactly whose fault is his The old fashoned drunk war masses are caused to lose love," "Seven Days in May," ignored and the situation ex- he will be in a position -
1914, there had been a
comes from one accused or predicament? The judge's for who staggers home at 3 ajn. of The perspective on the issues involved and "The Victors." If motion ists today.) to choose his own official
j convicted of drunken driving.These passing sentence? The pa- to face the little woman may century British with relative world peace. and, without realizingit pictures show evidence of team and perhaps elaborate
empireto
we do print, with per's for printing his ? a it Anyone wishing to test for
name tend, made alliances that succumb to the party'spropaganda such influence, seems logi- original policy approaches.To .
f! names, because it is news of Or' is it solely the fellow'sown kept Germany in line. Francewas lures' ." cal to assume specific causes himself the truth or falsityof summarize, there is nowa

public record, involving a serious doings, an act of calcu- performs his act in a 4,000- the major continental Quote from affidavit signedby for the effects that occur. Mayor McKinney's allegations more hopeful mood, an improvement -
offense. lated risk of "getting pound lethal steel automobileis former FBI undercover Documentation of Commu- would do himself favorto in communications

I And the judges must hear caught?" There is no such a menace and a potential power.Soon it will be August and agent Karl Prussion: "I here- nist domination of certain read the thoroughly documented and perhaps a start to the ex-

1 this question all too often:, thing as one free crime. killer.' He. knows better, andif 50 years since Europe mobilized by also state ,that.Martin Lu- labor unions is relatively simple "None Dare Call It change of fresh ideas. Whether -

"This is going, to humiliate In Tennessee, the state has he doesn't, he ought to. for that war. ther King has either been a For one example examination Treason" by John Stormer this might lead to anything

._Z my family, sir, so can't you- put,some of its biggest patrol- And when he gets caught, Out of it came a new world member. or wittingly has of a report entitled Liberty Bell Press, Florissant, tangible cannot be forecast.But .
let me off this lime?" men, the six-foot-plus ,bruis- there is nobody he can legitimately .- still in the lively process accepted support from over Interlocking Subversion in Missouri, pocket edition 75 eventss are heading, certainly

All the arguments of the ers, on what the Patrol calls blame Except him- 'of revolution. What's going on 60 Communist fronts, Individ- -; Gov't. Depts., dated July 30, cents. if gradually towards a

lawbreaker may be'true.Xet's" roadhouse duty. These fellows self. .in..Europe and at borne uals and/or organizations, 1953, by the Senate Internal ,., CAINESVUilAN Johnson-Des Gaulle .dialogufer
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I. Barry Vows Sweeping: GOP Victory : I I .



I Trusted for
DALLAS, Tex. AP-Arizona party on a platform of principle W. Scranton, who plunged into National Convention, Goldwater Goldwater, in Dallas for a publicans at a $100 a plate din- generations '
Sen. Barry Goldwater declared -the same platform and the the race for the GOP nomination declared: "Whatever the dope- pair of speeches, _had little to :!: .
today he intends to lead the Re- same principle in every part of Friday, argues, a Goldwa sters and pollsters say-what; say about Scranton.He ner.He said the economic policies ...
publican ticket-from top to bot this nation," the front-running ter ticket would spell defeat for, ever we' hear from the doom told a reporter Monday he Johnson espouses show "that HFC's

tom-to victory at the polls next Republican presidential contender Republicans seeking 'congressional -shouters in. both parties-I in- was not surprised that New this administration's notion of I Timely

November. said in an address preparedfor seats, state and local of end to l lead all the candidatesto York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller fiscal responsibility went no Money Help
Goldwater said he can do the victory North and South, .1
the Texas Republican Con- fices. -his foe in three presidential deeper than the wheeler-dealer v
job, no matter what "the doomshouters" East'' and West, in November." primaries-had thrown his support mentality of a card shark." Household F-lance has been keep-
vention. Out to round up Texas dele-
say. "The Republican party can to the Pennsylvania gov Goldwater said Johnson's foreign ing pace with changing money
t i "I intend to lead a united i Pennsylvania Gov. William gates' votes at the, Republican win the South in 1964," Goldwater ernor. "We'll just have to wait policy is uncertain and needs since 1878. And today HFC

said."The Republican partycan and see" what the result will "weak-kneed."
;: brings modern service to
> win the nation in 1964."From money
I II be, he said. He this is
charged policy
I over 2 million people
the courthouse to the every year.
Scranton Cites Progress 'Congress, we are going to con- The Arizona senator assailed "leading us into World War III Borrow confidently from the oldest .

cede nothing." I President Johnson's fiscal and as surely as we were led into and largest company of its kind

#.1'-b 'Go dwater aides said the sen- I foreign policies Monday night World War II by the same kind Household Finance.

I In Iowa Tries Kansas. ator's 'congressional supporters, before some 1,500 cheering Re of stupid ineptitude."
.; more than 60 strong, will de- I Borrow up to $600
clare at a news conferencein Take up to 24 months

DES MOINES, Iowa AP) closed doors Monday night. He Scranton's backers said they ,Washington Wednesday or I Waldo Dog OwnersNOTICE I Vrr to repay
Thursday that ticket
Pennsylvania Gov. William W. told reporters afterward, "I I were encouraged by: a topped i
the-Arizona conservative
Scranton carried his uphillfightfor think we made substantial -the governor's greeting here by can; to Dog Owners in Waldo Area. The I '
best' help ,them win reelectionthis I Ask about Credit Life Insurance., on loan at group rat c.
the Republican presidential progress. by a cheering crowd of.3,700; Veterinarian will be in Waldo on the City Lot
nomination into Kansas today, Delegates said the governor -the news that New York year. j I at the base of the water tank on
cheered by an Iowa welcomehe spoke and answered questions. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller had Goldwater is virtually assured j i HOUSEHOLD .

described as "the best in They termed it "a very im- withdrawn from nomination of support from the 56-vote Texas i Thursday-2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
my life." pressive appearance." However race and called on moderatesto delegation to the national
It remained to be seen, no delegate beyond the five back Scrantona ; conv tion.,That would push his JUNE 18, 1964 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor

though, how fruitful was his already committed to him came public endorsement of the delegate count to 674, well ALL DOGS MUST BE INOCULATED AT THIS TIME! PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524
quest for votes among Iowa's out publicly in support of Scran Pennsylvanian by Gov. John above the 655 votes he needs to The City of Waldo, Waldo, Fla.
24 GOP national convention del- ton.An Anderson of Kansas. capture. the nomination. .
egates. Scranton is out to wrest Associated Press survey Scranton was almost'mobbed 1 r
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the nomination from Sen. Barry of Iowa's delegates shows nine as he alighted from the plane. 1

Goldwater of Arizona. committed to Goldwater, five Chants of "We want Bill, we
Scranton met with Iowa dele- committed to Scranton and ten want Bill" answered the "We TOMORROW ONLY I

gates for nearly an hour behind uncommitted. want Barry, we' want Barry"

cries of a noisy, though comparatively
small/group of Gold-

I 'Copters Cursed, Cheered water backers. ; .

The Goldwater;forces conceded 4.
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! the turnout was surprisingly
r Now Being Replaced large considering that Scran-

ton's Iowa backers learned only
By PETER ARNETT Another observed: "When you late Saturday that he was coming -
TAN HIEP, South Viet Nam i have flown one of these babies to their state. ,

(AP) A shattering roar exploded 'you have flown everything." "I never had ,suclta.recep-.
down the line of long, The role of the ungainly H21
tion in life, even in Pennsyl-
cylindrical machines stretched has been taken over by the "my
vania, Scranton told the crowd.In .
across the airfield. UH1B, known as the Huey.
Smoke and fire belched from These slim, mosquito-like helicopters his speech Scranton did
the exhaust of one bearing the are more agile. not mention Goldwater byname GLADHE'S
but said this is not the time to TO MAKE HIM
Regret
name "Taxpayers The H21 was never designedfor HOW
join "extreme reactionaries who
Vietnamese soldiers jogged toward the tough work it had to do
are anything but conservativethose DAD!
them but hesitated YOUR
one in Viet Nam. But it won the
radicals of th'e right who .
_
perceptibly before approachingthe grudging respect of relays of
would launch a system of dime-
green monster splutteringand U.S. Army pilots who flew it on
shaking ahead of him. combat assaults and supply store feudalism. I .,
Then he plunged into it. missions with the Vietnamese "We must have people in the

It was the noisy beginning of army."She's. White House who'think, becausethe 1I V D FF1 ( }') :
decision' is made there
another combat assault for the i .
z
old and slow and they r xa k
"Shaggy Shawnees," the banana writing her off obsoletea whether we should have war,. or / t L t '
were as
8 shaped H21 helicoptersthat have peace," he declared. f tIIl
couple of years ago, but you
brought helicopter war to could fill her up til she was "This is not the hour for us "-

Viet Nam. bursting and still get her off the to go off half-cocked in the fieldof AllTY _= '
Since their arrival In Decem- ground," one pilot said. foreign policy-the very fieldin I .
ber 1961, they have been called which the American' people 0'
many names, most of them bad. This advantage was demon- have always supported the 1 -- DISCOU ,. ( 1
strated last week when H21 fjd
Now their days are ending an steady judgment and sound / It.1 ..
moved 48 refugee women and 0 j .f4
I leadership of the Republican a
here.With children in lift. /
the last of them leavingthis one party when in power." 1i /
Officers in the 120th Aviation 1 --- r L.11
week, some of the pilotsare Earlier Scranton described as "
having second thoughts. Co. oldest helicopter companyin a "tremendous boost" the sup. 1 .
"You fall in love with these Viet Nam-wiid recently 22: port announced for him by Fl'
old dogs because it takes so'' hours of maintenance was need- Rockefeller Monday."I : .Z'i1fiL.' i I ] I
much pilot technique to keep ed to fly one hour. appreciate support from JI .

them in the air," said one But the officers admitted that t anyone-especially from one of 1 Itli n I..I
wrestled the under the real leaders of ," 4 '!
,American flier who ship was heavy our party I. IC COUPON I .
with H21s for eight months. punishment all the time. he said. S ? I.


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presidential candidate, is a tall, with another bank. coup on
lean, tennis-playing, well-heeled Scranton, who has described He then became associatedwith -with oJ\.A lY '::37 .Jto 17 blue, ton, green, gray! S, M, L! I
liberal civil ;; .
who born in himself as "a on .
aristrocrat was a radio-television group, --------- -
Connecticut and reared in Penn- rights, a conservative on fiscal I. .
but sold out and worked for a I
sylvania. He lives in a 34-room, policies and an internationalist" time in the State Departmentunder Men's Woven Cool/ crisp, comfortable t
on foreign affairs, won the 1
mansion in the suburbs of President Eisenhower ,.f

Scranton, Pa., which is named' governorship 1962. His margin In Pennsylvaniain was 486,000 Returning to Scranton, he ran I BANLONSHIRTS Half-Price! 1MEN'SSHORTS
for his family. In earlier days for the House in 1960, when

the area was votes former over Mayor Richardson of Philadelphia.In Dilworth. John F. Kennedy won the presidency : : ) i : '
known as Scranton defeated Stan-
Skunk's Misery Ilant that campaign, some people ley Prokop in Pennsylvania's10th I, Pair S a afor I

and then as saw in Scranton what is Congressional District. k& 2.97 2 3 = *fi -1
Slocum's HolIn The known as "a gut fighter." The : He pegged his campaign In I i

low. description probably made large measure to the fact that I "PuwyCat" softness in .lop'' Half-price sol.1! Cool, cool cot- = a I
.Scranton hasews Scranton wince. But when Dil-' Lackawanna County was a depressed Bonlon; ribbed cuff & bcNom.3boHon wrinklr Youthful 1
font.
been identified worth exclaimed that his plockctj fashion collar 1 l =
; as i' "local 1 nent came from a Oppo-I' area. He said he would I 'a-f"r lei i;., whit. olive, black potttrnt, colon Sizes 30 to 42i .
aristocrat" largely because of "robber' barons" and i seek bring new industry that would '4 = blw*, burgundy. In S, M, t.. XL stock vpl! 1i= _
,employment. Kennedy
his family's connection with "this Little Lord Fauntleroy," ,carried the county by 35,000 J I T4 II
railroading, an "this ivy league Dickie Nixon,"
\ 'coal mining votes and Scranton carried the ... ._ .__
iron-rolling mill, banking and a there was a whiplash from five-county congressional district --- v .
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public utility. The ultimate and Scranton.He : by 16,000 totesj.: I
giant source of the family's millions
charged that Philadelphiawas I'i
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'was a water-supply com a den of corruption and j _
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the Governor's late I'I 'Diversity'Brings -
a pany, which_ that Dilworth was a "crown
father sold to a private corpora- prince of failure who whined I' 'i 1SpT-
tion in the 1920's reportedly for and cried and fought tooth and Union'-
million. The Governor'sshare
$24 nail to protect the grafters and 'I r
I J was said to have been corrupters." STANFORD Calif (AP) -

about $9 million. Chief Justice Earl Warren told 1
The family fortune was founded The Governor is a Connecticut -the 3,300-member ,Stanford University + l
by the Governor's grandfather Yankee by virtue of having graduating class Sunday
I t Joseph, who is remem been born July 19, 1917 at thefamily's that the American ideal has
bered by families from the summer place in Madison been to bring about unity I
wrong side of the tracks as a Conn. He was educated through diversity."All 1I
privately, went to Yale and
His supporters was I -
I' recall"buccaneer.him as an astutue businessman graduated from Yale Law true union is the integration is A Fisherman's Must! lowest Price Ever For camping trips- Men's Golf

and industry who to brought a rural business area Philadelphia.In School. He. practiced law in of"pluralistic diversity" and society AIpca's is- 1 1 BAIT BUCKET HIBACHI STOVE FOLDING COT -Shirt & Sock Set I I

that needed more sources of World War II he servedas made up of people of diverse. .
a pilot, delivering aircraft races, colors and religions. 187 t =
employmentThe The Chief Justice told, the 1' 397 497
Scrantons settled in the overseas. 73rd annual Stanford com 1 Cemp. .233
.. ( area in the 1840's established His wife is the former Mary mencement audience of 12,000,I Value $4.SO $I
'I an iron-rollins mill, then went Chamberlin, who lived in the "It has been hard for human r
ValueFine"
Dad needs this for his fishing Dad be Master Chef with Strong hardwood frame with -
into coal mining, railroading neighboring section of Waverley beings to learn this lesson, and 1 can mesh cotton I
and the banks. They largely in Lackawanna County, nearScranton. all through the ages they have ventures! Floating style it keeps this! Adjustable 10" sq. cast iron white duck rip-on cover. A port.obt.2S"x74"x shirt combed Ful| cut. Solid white.
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their Investments in children, Susan, Peter, William Group pride, group rapacity, -
the Scranton water works and and Joseph. the assertion of superiority, the "

In banks. fear of change, have alwaj'sfought Open 9 a.m.9 p.m. Sun. Noon-7 p.m.
Scranton has ...
emerged as a .. QUALITY OwtnVtfutDISCOUNTS saie
The grandfather served one against it. CHARGE IT! ,,
GAINESVILLE a sai JUaratltHd "l.A:
political figure only in recent ACRES FREE PARKING QPJ
term in Congress. The Gover "Unity can only be .broughtabout : : that r"y M testat CMtlwvwp
:. nor's father had no interest in years. He first became a public if it exists in the heart U.S. 441 N. ot 23rd Bird. Phone 376-8292 guVMtt.l nut BAY
politics but his wife, who built figure as chairman of a Com- and mind of people and if all ,
the family mansion called Mar. munity Chest drive six years 'are accorded equal rights and

worth, was 'a political fireball ago. :opportunities. ..


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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday June 16, 1964




I::T. CoupleHonored loomedRuth\ E "nD THE f ffflhLY FrazierHonored Miss/ Pre-Nuptial Fetes Bride-Elect Party I'I'i iI;!I MONEYMAKING IT'S





To compliment Mr. and Mrs. Weimer Women's Editor A shower complimenting Russell Cowles Miss Ann Deck, -

Dean Pappas of Baltimore, Miss Chris' Carlisle, brideelectof Miss Sara Margaret Deck, Miss
whose wedding took place ear- Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, Ann Dell, Miss Nedra Ann
SolemnizedORLANDO was given Monday evening by Johnson, Miss Rosemary John- ]
ly in June, Mr. and Mrs. I Wedding Vows Miss Leslie Frazier of Arner-
Harry Duncan and Mr. and icus, Ga., bride-elect of Robert I Miss Barbara Buns, Miss Mary son, Miss Marcia Mase, Miss j TIME AT
Mrs. William Bostain enter- Little, was honored with a mis- Ann Buswell and Miss Pamela Muffet Merrill Miss Jan Mich- ]

tained with a dinner party at Miss Jenny cellaneous shower Monday evening Spache, at the Buns. home. aels, Miss Sharon Stedman,
the Duncan home Friday eve- Charlotte Crosby, daughter of Miss Martha Nay Stedman,
given by Mrs. Paul Berg- Arrangements of pink and 1
Miss Pam Sanders, Miss Sherry GUARANTYFEDERAL
ning. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, Newell man and Mrs. Glenn Farris, at white carnations, flanked by Sanders, Miss Joanne Wood-'
The bridal couple is spending Crosby of Orlando, and Joseph the Bergman home. candles, decorated the mantle. ward and Miss Woodward
10 days with Mrs. Pappas' par- Richard Adams, son of Mr. and b Receiving guests were the Bridal games were played Gaye -i
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Lafayette F. Godwin of I Carlisle i ii
r z. honoree, :Mrs. W. A. Little, after which Miss open- i
Mims. Tampa, were married Sunday r'r xf mother of the bridegroom-elect,I ed her gifts. The hostesses pre- Class I IIs
Mrs. 'Grier Kirkpatrick and afternoon at the home of the and Mrs. Ben Watkins, of Dune-: sented the honoree with a cor- Piano i

Mrs. Sam Getzen assisted the bride's parents. din, aunt of the bridegroom. : sage of white carnations and a !

hosts in the hospitalities.An Rev. James Ratcliff, associate .' A lace over pink Damask ta- gift of lingerie. Thursday ''I
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arrangement of roses d ey : y r blecloth covered the serving table Guests attending the party
class for
minister of the Meth- The first piano i SAVE
adorned the serving table arid and a bride and bride- were the honoree, Miss Mel-
odist Church of Orlando, adult and senior high school beginners -''
per-
blue hydrangea were used in 1j groom ornament used by Mrs. anie Carlisle, sister of the hon- I'
formed the double ring cere- will be held at the
decoration of the Duncan Miss Linda Adkins Miss
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I Bergman when she was mar- oree, Gainesville High School choral!
home. : mony. used.A Allen Miss Cindy Baum- By 20th of Any
t. ried, was the centerpiece Sherry ,
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: '-xci room at 10 am.Information
The hosts presented the hon- Given in marriage by her wedding bell, roses and ivy stein, Miss Judy Brill, Miss I Month and Earn
ored couple with a gift during father, the bride wore a gownof decorated the living room. Elizabeth Chandler, Miss MaryJo can be obtainedby ;I Full Month

the evening. silk organza over tafetta accented -. Miss Frazier was presentedwith Cook, Miss Katie Cook, Mrs. contacting Helen K. Davies.: Return

Invited guests included Mrs. by Chantilly lace. Her a corsage of clothespins r I I !
Getzen Mr. and Mrs. Grier veil of illusion fell from a
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3 Ai H. and ribbons, from which small:
Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- crown of pearls. She carried a
; : household items, gifts of the i 41/4 %
ert E. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. bouquet of white roses centered Bergman and Farris children, Lovelier. Forever
Robert Mautz, Rev. and Mrs. with a white orchid.A __ were secured. She was also pre-!.
Earle Page, Mr. and Mrs. reception followed the wed-
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sented with a gift of china by Wouldn't like to be lovelier FOR-
Earl Powers Mr. and Mrs home of the bride's you
ding at the the hostesses.The Ii
EVER be more at ease especially
Brooks Shumaker, Mr. and sister Mrs. Roger Keyes. S "a
: guest list included the
)N9B' r in the bright summer sunlight? You cane Where
Mrs. Burton Woodward, Mr. After a wedding trip to South tR honoree, Mrs. Little, Mrs. W. D'j I l get rid of unwanted hair quickly

and Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick, Florida, the newlyweds will Cody, Mrs. F. W. Douglas, 'I permanently with the miracle-like
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hin- make their home in Newport James G. Feiber, Mrs. Gerhart I results of electrolysis. Call Edmund

termister Jr., Mr. and Mrs. News, Va. Freund, Mrs. Frank U. Greer, I Dwyer, experienced Electrologist now .
You
Frank Westmark of Pensacola. The bride was graduatedfrom Mrs. John Harrison, Mrs. E. Q today! All work done in strictest privacy -
Miss Pat Powers, Miss Di- Gainesville High School Jacunski, Mrs. R. M. W.I' l taking only 'a matter of minutes a
anne Cuppy," Miss Jan Mick- and attended the University of Mrs. E. A. Lynn, Mrs. Frank I treatment.
t ler, Mrs. Daisy Mickler, Mrs. Florida. Maloney, Mrs. Robert Myers,
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R. L. Bowman, and Mrs. W The bridegroom was grad- Mrs. J. H. Palmer, :Mrs. Kenneth -, EDMUND DWYER SAVE

J. Pappas of Briarwood, N.Y., uated from Hillsborough High Palmer,Mrs. J. M. Pearce,!
mother of the bridegroom.Also School, attended the Universityof Mrs. Donald Price, Mrs. Consuelo -! ELECTROLOGIST
honoring the couple Reynaud, Mrs. W.D.Reynolds -! DOES MAKEDIFFERENCE
and graduatedfrom 107
Tampa, was W. University Ave. FR 2-S039
were Mr. and Mrs. Burton of Florida.He Mrs. May Cox, Miss Ilona I A
Woodward and Mrs. Daisy is the employed University by ._'-w.--_ oti_=ww.w t b_.__ '9'1_- w,". Bergman, Mrs. Louis Zeigler,

Mickler, who entertained Sun- News Shipbuilding Co. Ric hard Adams Mrs. Gordon Schwalbe, and
day evening with a supper Mrs. E. F. Lower. ,
PEOPLE BELIEVE IN M YT Q. ..
party at the Woodward home. High
Blue asters and blue hydrangea Use ScissorsUse T

arrangements were the appointments ;Er
used. a kitchen scissors to remove -

The guest list included Miss WEDNESDAY, June 17 Coffee honoring Miss Jane the fins and tail of that : Ref! rn-s
Jan Mickler, Miss JoAnn Wood- Bridal shower Cow- Hannon, bride-elect of James fish when you bring it home J

ward and Miss Gaye Woodward, ing Miss Patricia Adkinson Jr., Mrs. D. T. Phylawand after catching it. With a small ,..
Raymond Watson, Jim Wood- bride-elect of Clifton SW Mrs. R. C. Phillips, 10:30: sharp knife and a backward

ward, Don Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.J. Gornto, 8 p.m., Mrs. a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 1209 NE 4th movement you can do the 4 Cycle Automatic Washer 41/4 %
Watt Kirkpatrick Jr., Mr. Shaw and her daughter n a r- Street. scaling next! The scissors will
and Mrs. J. W. Kirkpatrick II, Susan Shaw, 1709 NW "Coke" party feting Miss help you slit the fish before 4 CYCLES
[Per annum In cash or compounded -
Mr. and Mrs. William Bostain, Road. W. Chris Carlisle, bride-to-be of cleaning it.created. FullAutomatic I semi annually[
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mims, Dr. Bridesmaids luncheon and Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, '" [No higher returns on Insured -
and Mrs. Tom Maren, Mrs. oring Miss Chris ,Car- 10:30 a.m., Mrs. Gus McGriff, Lint Filter Tub o I Savings In this section -|
of Florida.
Walter Landuyt, and Mrs. bride-elect of Wylie 1020 NE Third Street. in the Water Level Control J a
Mitchell Pappas. Jr. of Augusta, 12:30 Aik- Dinner honoring Miss Pa- wzq Model
TROPICSdesirable Water A-IOO
Temperature
Mrs. Richard C. Mrs. tricia Ailstock and Clifton Mc-
and her daughters, M Rev. Neil Gornto following their Selector Safety i
BridalLuncheon Sherry Sanders and M of wedding rehearsal at the Giant i Sized Tub t1 $119

Pam Sanders, Gainesv i m., Archer Baptist Church, Mrs.H. .
Golf and Country Club. B. Skinner, aunt of the Safety Lid Switch : |1 At GUARANTY FEDERAL
are insured upl
your savings
Miscellaneous shower bride, at her home in Archer. .v zaA. RUSTPROOFFINANCING S. [to $10,000.00. All the
menting Miss Jean Reh- .:rs CABINET -;1.' > '<>:"" I"Insured Safety" any Fi-[
bride-elect of Wayne nancial Institution carl
Miss Dian Aiken and her ON THE SPOT offer.
Mrs. C. A. Matthews, CalendarOf .
wedding attendants will be hon- Mrs. ::! Your Choice of Credit Plans
W. Garris, 2000 NW 23rd 11"
Fred
ored at a bridal luncheon Friday I
at the Hotel Thomas by race, 8 p.m.THURSDAY. NE .> 1 .. The VARIETY STORE

Miss Jean Carver and her June IS EventsTODAY 1: Y i AvailabilityAt
mother, Mrs. W. G. Carver of Bridesmaids luncheon t Lakeland. oring Miss Patricia e t E. iv' '" 7 S.E. lit Ave. FR 6.5348 | GUARANTY FEDERAL
Miss Aiken and Paul Martz, bride-to-be of Clifton and June 16 J. : I your funds are available!
a University of Florida law Gornto 1 p.m., Mrs. Ed- Alachua County Republican l__. : pt p' BEL EVE IN MAYTAG ,.. .., I for you at all times.

student from Pompano Beach, West and her Mrs. Women's Club, Noon,

will be married Friday night at Mrs. Nicolas West. : m., Park Lane Cafeteria, Mrs. R. everywhere .
7:30 at First Presbyterian FRIDAY, June 19 Good'W Perrin McNair, guest speak Jean Graham's ConvenienceGUARANTY
tropic-sheer /
Church. Luncheon honoring M i
cosmetics were created for the .
er.Gainesv
The luncheon invitation list in- Chris Carlisle, bride-elect i 11 e EntomologyClub feminine woman who cares .ar. r..r w.aEw Y,e ce paw F
cludes the bride-elect's mother, Noon, Park Lane. Cafe- about the effects of climate Ml tFM Yrw M FEDERAL hi
Mrs. Dick Aiken, Sanford; Mrs. teria. and weather on her complexion. s conveniently located in up-
Charles T. Martz, Mr. Martz's Luncheon First Lutheran Church, Rachel These cosmetics never"godry" .. cu..I town Gainesville:
cake or fade throughoutthe .-' n: 220 North Main Street
Iv
I mother, Pompano Beach; Circle, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. day. What ever the weather i.l. MMgrI NIytei0. Free Parking
I, Misses Anne and Margaret William Sutterer; 401 NW -hot,dry,cold, or wet they- iu.., r+rwtFt. Rear of Building
Aiken, sisters of the bride-elect, Miss 34th Terrace. best protect delicate skin.You'll Drive-In Window
Sanford; Mrs. C. I. Holden, Reception for Florida 4-H love the tender-touch of cosmetics You Night Depository
can save with us by|
Gainesville; Miss Kay Ivey and Mrs. Richard E. Jones Miss Club members attending- UF by wFt .mail. We solicit and appreciate -
Miss Sally Williams, both of and her daughter, Miss Ed- Campus Conference, 4 to 6 out of town ac-

Sanford. Jones, entertained with a p.m., President J. Wayne j- ounts.
The couple will live in Gaines- eon at their home recently Susan Reitz and Mrs. Reitz, 2151 0PHONE
ville, where Mr. Martz will con- plimenting Miss Patricia Miss West University Avenue.
'
tinue his studies at the Univer- stock, bride elect of Bou- Merrysteppers, Covered dish BLANCH'SFR Y Courteous &
sity. Gornto. Mrs. Richard E. Miss supper with the Allemanders, 63997For

III, assisted with the 7 p. m., City Recreation Center. A Personal .
BPW ClubReceives ties. Bell's Community Nursery Cosmetic AppointmentFar t

FourCitations A corsage of white 1 Miss School Board, Annual Reports, June 18th Friendly
was presented to Miss Hegen Election of Officers, 8 p.m., 9:30 AM Til 5:00 ry

and corsages of pink at the school.WEDNESDAY.

were presented to. her Jane 17 PMs 'wit ;,, .; ServiceAt
The Gainesville Business and Mrs. Clarence W. Ailstock Gainesville Bridge Club, JJ a*k t ..:.I.trA. .[ ..-w.,I..,.

Professional Women's Club was to Mrs. Clifton Gornto, 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. rKY T l
of the .n 51. i GUARANTY FEDERAL j
the recipient of four state ci- bridegroomelect.A
University City Bridge 311 N.W. 13th ST. |*e make every effort tcl
of china in her
tations awarded by the Florida gift and Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, j serve >>u ,well in"a Courteous -
Federation of BPW Clubs, Inc. pattern was also Park 107 NW 15th Terrace. 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR 6-5348 and Friendly! MannerRemember .
at its convention in Tampa this the honoree by the wed- j

past week. Pink and white II
One hundred and eighteen pointments decorated the dinner

clubs, represented by 585 members -' eon table, centered by a house i,I

were present, and the doll.
Gainesville Club received the honoree The guest, Mrs.list Ailstxk included, Jane will Think of all the cars you could buy for under $2,40022Now i j I for for PROFIT AVAILABILITY, for SAFETY OF,|!

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most awards. Citations were FUNDS, for CON YEN.IENCE

awarded to the club's finance Nick stock,West sisters and of Miss the Jan F. think of this: Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick? : ._SERVICE for IT'S FRIENDLY! -
Essie Mae .
committee, Mrs.
j j'J.
Mrs. Gornton Miss Sally .
world affairs
chairman
Johnson, ; -
ji
committee, Mrs. Rosanna

Laurie,committee chairman;, chic Mrs.participation Loulie-Easy Way to Kill Roaches and AMIS i

English; and program coordina- \ .

tion, Mrs. Edith Roundtree, i?w'.", .',.. >'" ,'-' _
chairman.The .
local club was also com- ynu,

mended by the state public relations '
chairman for its well- g <
sx:4
rounded program during National ;.; .. .. :
Business Women's Week last


October.The Gainesville BPW Club \s

monthly bulletin will be takento trttS' ) I GUARANTYFEDERAL ]
+ !
the national convention in ____
Detroit In July, to be used in Iw iI I i

a special display, along with i e eau ya. ,
colored pictures of activities

during the past year, by the 1964[ Buick Special V6. $2,34322*

Florida Federation. Once. SAVINGSand
LaU for
the MOlltMJOHNSTON'S *Bas d m Wbnofeeturvr's Suoo ted Retafl Pi. a far Special V-6 2-door sedan.Price Includes reimbursement for Federal Excise Tax and Suo-
Those attending conven- NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's geotad Deafer Oetnwy and banana Charsw transportation urges: accessories: opbonaf equipment, state and local taxes additional), LOANASSOCIATION
tion from Gainesville included No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to
Mrs. Hazel Fisher, president; stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for
.
Mrs. Myrtle Cherry, Mrs. Eng- months.No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets. See Your .Local Authorized Quality Buick Dealer .f GiiitetviU
lish, Mrs. Jewell King, Mrs. Remember No-Roach means no roaches. : 220 N. Mats Street
Maude Dickerson, Mrs. Ann phone FR 2-8496
Mrs. Mamie Van Horn Free Parklnfr
Paulling
ALL'WINN DIXIE y See Ibe We) Exhibit! at the General Maters -Ne York World's Fait
and Miss Patty Sheldon. AVAILABLE AT STORES
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Strike EndsKANSAS
i From 1
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;' the SUNI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CITY, Mo. (AP) WASHINGTON (AP) In the was nervous about her son. quired, and that the employeeswere cerning feeding, rest and behav-

I,: II Trains were rolling again todayas news from Washington: Mrs. Davis said she found the qualified.Mrs. ior. However, she could not

ALACHUA- GENERAL 2nd court orders ended a one-day baby "hung up" on its pacifier, positively that such
Mrs. Yula Dickinson, Mrs. Daily Rosemary Gillis, 1729 NW say reports
Morrison four
-' June 13,1964 Slaughter and son, Mrs. Mar Ave., and Janie Green,- (pedes- strike against six midcontinent WASHINGTON (AP) President which had a cord around it said that had been prepared on the
I railroads.An Johnson will have talks employes were in the nursey
j BIRTHS garet Kennard and son; Mrs. trian) McIntosh, at E. Univ. and around the child's neck. between and the Courson baby for its mother, or

:Mr. & Mrs. Virlyn! Willis, 735V4 Luna Corvin and daughter, JohnW. Ave. and SE 1st St. at 4:27 estimated 5,000 membersof next week with the prime ministers She said the cord was hooked of the noon 1 p. m. and that that pacifier on the cord
day strangulation
E. Univ. Ave., a girl; Mr. & Finley Mrs. Catherine Sobers p.m. .yesterday.Jack the Brotherhood of Railroad the of Greece and Turkey on onto a small knob on the corner that she herself had been, in had ever been mentioned to

Mrs. Randall Baukney, 2840 and daughter, Mrs. Kay Jam- C. Dates IH, 1402 W. Trainmen walked out early Cyprus crisis. : of the .crib. When she the crib room minutes before the mother.

' &E. 19th Ave., a girl; Mr. & erson and son, Arthur C. Belche, Univ. Ave., and a parked auto Monday, stopping traffic and Johnson announced Monday found the child, it was pale andlimp the baby was found. Leib then drew out an ad-

Mrs. John Alfred Savard, P.O.! Mrs. Juanita Morrison and in the 100 block of NW 14th St. freight-handling on the lines. that George Papandreou, the ,,she said.
mission that Mrs. Courson
Box:: 508, Sunland Training Center -i daughter, Lorena Hayes, Mrs. at 2:01 p.m. yesterday. Greek prime minister, had ac.lcep'ted Under cross examination by She testified that when she have been asked not to visit may her

a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Annie Lane, Teresa Walker, Theodore Bradley, 12 NW 7th Railroad attorneys quickly obtained his invitation to come O'Neal, she said that not until checked the crib room, Dale child in the Mrs. Mor-

r ( ..:Barker, Rt. 4, Box 294, a Otis Thomas Flournoy, Mrs. Ter., and the parked auto of temporary restraining orders here to discuss the savage dispute -she leaned over the infant Courson was sitting on Mrs. rison said that nursery.sometimes

girl; Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Es-I Thelma Meyer and son, Theron John L. Beall, in the 100 blockof in U.S. district courts, banning between Greek and Turk-: could she see its face or notice Mullis' lap, feeding. She said ents made their children nerv-par

serj Rt 4,. Box 134, a girl. Rain. SW 10th St. at 3:16 p.m. yes- strikes and picketing. ish Cypriots. He will be here the thin cord which had become she left the crib room about ous, and as a result were

.* June 14, 1961BIRTHS terday. June 2425.Turkey's. j 12:10. The emergency call for
ADMITrED Union officials said the men snarled about its throat.Dr. asked not to come too often.

I :Mrs.: Cecelia Lee Barker, : Aubrey Rogers Jr., 219 SE were returning to work as the prime minister, Is-' Walter E. Murphree, hos- the baby came between 12:20:

Mr. and Mrs. Van T. 48th St. and Nat Robertson met Inonu had and 12:30, she said. She had "I that Mrs. Cour-
Mrs. Dorothy J. Savard, Mrs. Bryan,. orders were served, but one of- previously accepted -' pital anesthesiologist, describedthe was aware

H :ilah. L. Esser, Scott Alexander -Alachua, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. 1201 NW 34th Ter., in the 1200 ficial said the strike would resume Johnson's invitation. He efforts made.to save the Infant gone from the nursery on the son was very nervous bout

: Fleming, William H. Jordan Donald L. Webt, Bronson a block of W. Univ. Ave. at 3:20: when the restraining orders is scheduled to arrive June 21 Courson. first floor to the fourth floor in her baby," she said. She said

Elijah Coker, Paul G. Bus- girl; Mr. and Mrs. Ju-Chin pjn. yesterday. expire. and begin talks the next day. He said that he put his handon the meantime. that she had told Mrs. Mullis

by'-all J of Gainesville; Louis Huang, 216 N.W. 3rd Ave., a Susan E. Adkisson, 2010 NW Asked if she saw the pacifier that her first obligation was to
the baby's chest and for 45
Viola Schmidt, Hawthorne; Minnie boy; Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. 8th Ave., and Ralph B. Theus, Injunction hearings are set WASHINGTON (AP) The minutes forced the around the baby's neck when the children, and that par-
manually
,Lee Bean, Bronson; Arthur Walker, Trenton, a girl. Gainesville, in the 100 block of for late this week and next United States has denied allegations -: heart to work. At the end of she visited the nursery, she replied -ents should be asked not to

Jacobs, Evinston. I ADMITIEDGraham SW 1st Ave., at 1:46 p.m. yes week. ; that American pilots are; that time, the workers that she stood behind the come too often .if their children
emergency
terday. lying 'Congolese planes against, child, and did not see it. became upset
DISCHARGED Goldwin Sarah Rob- The stoppage affected Ten- managed to get the heart
\ John H. Cocran Lochloosa rebels in the Kivi She said that she found the
Province.
: "Could
IMrs. Ruth A. Cullen and Mrs. Mullis have told
son, inson Crown Mon- nessee, Nebraska Kansas Missouri I beating again.
h Gary Clyde
and cord in the crib
pacifier
and Herman L. Riggins, 626 NE ; "No U.S. combat personnel Mrs. Courson not to visit her
roe, Mrs. Huang, Miss Ola Rowan Oklahoma, Arkansas However he said the child
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 19th Ter., at NW 8th Ave. and i are in the Congo, nor are any after the child was taken to child ." asked Leib.
OFFICI OF TNt all of Gainesville Linda I Texas, Louisiana and Col did breathe from
; I not the start and took the itemsto
STATI ROAD DEPARTMINT II 1st St. at 9:45 a.m. yesterday. envisaged there, a State De- emergency, "Yes, it is possible, Mrs.
orado.
-_-. Tallahassee Florida Weist, Bronson; Hyman Aron-: Mason Wilkerson, Trenton, I lartment spokesman declared i of heart massage until 40 the office and wrote a reportof Morrison said.
June 4. 1q61 stam, Atlanta Ga. Virginia minutes after the had be-
; heart
I the incident.
and Martha I. 626 SE
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE Symes, The railroads are the Mis- Monday.
Mrs. Morrison also testified
PROGRAMS Bryan, Alachua; Mary Eleen 2nd Place, at NW 13th St. and souri Pacific Missouri-Kansas- gun to beat again, a lapse of "Did you consider it a safe
haled bids will be received at the ,
that she believed the cord
State Road Department Offices. Room :Pierce, Williston; Mrs. Joan 30th Ave. at 9:08: a.m. yester Kansas-Texas (Kathy) Texas WASHINGTON (AP) Sec. nearly 1 J,2 hours. practice for a child in a crib to on
:-Holland Tallahassee, Florida Walker the pacifier was homemade,
22Ij Building i 'I 'enton Gertrude Lind- Leib asked Murphree about "
; cord
from Qualified, Contractors until day. & Pacific, the Texas and Lou retary of State Dean Rusk have a pacifier on a since it thin and
"
AM. theUfiLday High Springs Luren Nelson the effect of lack of was very
10.30; (e.S.T.) on Thursday sey ; DWI oxygen. Leib asked.
isiana, lines of the Southern briefed) the Senate Foreign Relations -
of June, 1964. for the following However when shown
strong.
Hawthorne William Kline- The lack of caused ,
; The oxygen "No, she replied. She said
following persons were Pacific, the Texas-Mexican Committee Monday on
T -NOTE- ,peter, Melrose; Mr. Stephen arrested local authorities in brain damage, anoxia i ," she thought that stronger direc- several pacifiers on cords which
I Proposal Forms will >not be issued by Railway, and the Houston the Southeast Asia crisis. in Gainesville
later than one hour. prior to the time Bartoseh, Brooksville. the hours and Murphree said. "We usuallysay tion should have been taken. were purchased
24
fat.-openIng bids past chargedwith Port Terminal Association Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., a stores she said that the paci-
,
DISCHARGEDMrs. that have
to to
.LEVY COUNTY (BOND FUNDS): while intoxicated we get a Leib attempted to establish
driving : Railroad. critic of U.S. policy there, described -
STATE PROJECT. JOB NO. MSOJ-MOT Shirley Reid and son child within four minutes." staff fier which killed Dale Cour-
Sit.1-341. sections between SR S334antf3R Jennings D. Roberts, 31, 1443: Louis E. Corsi of Cleveland, the two-hour closed session -, that the day care nursery have been like of
345 in Chlefland... Work consists Mrs. Carolyn Jukes and son,' NE 22nd Ave. at city limits and Dr. Murphree said that after should have removed the cord son might one
relations as
4 public director for "bloody.
ofmedium grading; 4 lime rock Stabittted Mrs. Lenora Tomey, Mrs. Donna the heartbeat and breathing were the samples shown her by Leib.
and Mrs. Morrison replied -
pacifier.
Base 2 Surf. Treat. N. Waldo Rd.
; Type ; a union, said the strike call- Morse told newsmen he cautioned -
was
ccnc* box culvert; and Incidental I Items. Pavai and son, Mrs. Martha John D. Kincaid Rd. re-established, the baby did not that the parents of children The baby's father, who was a
Massey, ed to Rusk that head
Length 7.49J miles. "clear up a lot of local "you are student at the University of
Dorman and Mrs. regain consciousness. Late that
daughter
LEVY COUNTY at 1500 NE 23rd Blvd. left for care had made the
(SECONDARY conditions that have existed for ed straight for war with China.!
FUNDS STATE PROJECT JOB NO. Vinian Garcia and Mrs. afternoon the child trans- Florida when the death occur-
son, was rules for operation of the cen
34U04442.. SR S-J47 from SR 34J ap Helen Mae Keller and Mrs. Leah R. Proctor, 44, ArcherRd. years-rules, pay, work conditions -If that happens the world .will, ferred to the J. Hillis Miller red, now holds his doctor's degree
son
pro* 3.5 miles south of Chlefland Univ. St. "
at W. Ave. and 8th
everything. hate us for 500 years. I ter."Did and will be
SOuthwesterly to Vista. Work in education
consists Mary Sturgeon and son, Mrs. II Health Center at the University attendants have the
ofType II Asph. Conc. leveling and and Alarm I your
Breaking EnteringThe arose quickly in the
Type I Asph. Cone.' Surf. Cs.., grading Mary Knight and son, Mrs. of Florida. authority to remove this cord teaching at the Florida junior
shoulders and incidental Items. Length i following attempted or wheat belt because the harvest WASHINGTON (AP) President college. Mrs. Courson, who
11.110 miles. i Catherine Sherman, Frances Leib asked Murphree the without calling the mother,"
successful break-ins is in full Johnson has made Roma
reportedby swing. Grain men had techni-
A. Proposal Guaranty of not less than McGehee, Frank Jones, Cecil cause of death."Cerebral Leib asked. worked as a laboratory
r five percent (5 per cent) of the totalActual authorities within the p a st visions of new wheat piling up nia eligible to buy American anoxia cian, no longer is employed.
Mildred Jerrell
Deen Morgan Murphree
Bid In the form of either a and "Not without calling the
certified check cashier's check,' 24 hours were: at country elevators and being products services on credit.I
trust Dubose Brenda Donohoo. replied. "The result of the lack "
,
company treasurers check, bank draft A drink machine at the Gulf- dumped on the ground, subjectto As required by law, Johnson: mother, she replied, adding
: of any national or state bank or a POLICE, FIRE REPORT of breathing for too many min- that this rule has since been
Surety Bid Bond made payable to the Accident town Service Station, 1602 NW spoilage from rain. notified Congress Monday he! utes."
Roundup
Governor of the State of Florida, must 6th St. Access gained with a Maynard E. Parks of St. Louis had determined "it is in the national changed.The .
accompany each bid. A check or draft Involved in accidents reported Leib then intoduced a sworn drew from
in an amount less than five percentS key to the machine, $15 to $20 Missouri Pacific vice president interest" for the Export- attorney
per cent) of the actual bid will by the Gainesville Police Department deposition, taken under oath in Mrs. Morrison the testimonythat
invalidate the bid. Should the Proposal and Alachua CountySheriff's reported missing.A for personnel, said the Import Bank to issue guarantees -the presence of himself and Mr.
Guaranty exceed ten percent (10 percents drink machine at Saunders strike violated in connection with sales to daily reports were prepared -
of the Department's estimate. it office in the past 24 a restraining order O'Neal from Mrs. Mariam C. for the children, con-
will be reduced automatically to ten Texaco service station, 1535 NW : issued in Washington Sun- the Communist country.WASHINGTON I
Morrison who livedat
hours formerly
percent (10 per cent) of the Depart. were: ,
menU estimate. Certified checks shall Marvin L. Criswell, 530 NW 6th St. Access gained with a. day by U.S. Dist. Judge Alex- 2419 11th Terr. Mrs. Mor-
have State of Florida's Documentary key to the machine, $10 miss ander Holtzoff who (AP) The !
Stamps attached. Bid Bonds shall conform 26th Ave., and an unknown driver set a hear rison, now residing in Honolulu RED HOT at SUPER-D
te SRD Farm 114G (Rev. Novtmber43) ing for June 22. National Aeronautics and Space-
furnished with the Proposal in the 500 block of N. MainSt. ing.A Hawaii, was director of I
Form. Salvation Army store, 615 R. D. Jones vice Administration is studying the
president of
at 2:40 ajn. this morning. the hospital's nursing services.She DEODORANT ROLLONSECRET
[ with An the work Plans.la to Specifications be done In accordance and Special Thomas F. Gravlin, 720 NW NW 2nd St. Access gained the brotherhood, who was directing design of an expandable "flying helped to set up the day

Provisions of the State Road De through a window. Reported the strike from Houston saucer" 267 feet in diameter
,
4 partment. 22nd Ave., and Leah R. Proctor, care nursery, starting July 6, LIST 59cThese
Plans and-or Proposal I Forms may Archer Rd., at 12:33 a.m. today. missing were 20 men's shirts, said Judge Holtzoff's order applied -that could be used as a communications 1962. Her sworn deposition was
be purchased by Qualified Contractors 12 men's suits,. two top coats, only to the national satellite. $1.00
upon application to this office for SiUO on W. Univ. Ave. and 8th St. matterof taken June 14, 1963, in Gaines-
per set. Extra sets of Plans for prospective nine pair of shoes, and several reducing the size of train The agency said the concept
12th
C. A. Pound Sr., 221 NW ville.
bidders and plans for non- Specials Good Tues., Wed. and Thurs.
and blouses. had its first crucial
bidders, may be purchased for S2060 Ter., whose parked auto was ladies skirt crews. passed test According to her statement,
per. set. Orders for these documents Fire Calls in the successful Inflation
of
Jones said the strike involved a PLUS TAX WHERE APPLICABLE
should: te directed to the Engineer of ,struck by an unknown driver at Mrs. Morrison established the
Contracts.State Road with Department checks payable of to the SET2nd Place and 7th St. at'6:47: At 2:39 a.m. yesterday, false only local grievances that have 20-foot model in a vacuum program, hired personnel for We Reserve The Right; To Limit Quantities

(Thee charges Include Slate Sales Florida.and yesterday. alarm at SE 7th Ave. and 9th St. been through the Railway Labor chamber at, NASA's Langley the day care center, and, with I

Us The, Tax.right No refund Is reserved will be to made relect any p.m.Jessie H. Karelas, 521 Blvd., At 4:50 p.m. yesterday, fire Board and many courts: Research Center, Hampton, Va. other executives of the hospital DISCOUNT
or all bids. in oil at service, station at SUPER D
pit Restraining orders Issued
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT and Mrs. E. P. Christie, of were 80 StrandedELDON established policies for its CENTER
\ OF FLORIDA Louisiana, in the 1100 block of 930 E. Univ. Ave. late Monday in U.S. Dis- operation.Her .

JAY JOHN w.R.BROWN.PHILLIPS State Chairman Highway NE 8th Ave., at 5:05: p.m. yes At 10:35 p.m. yesterday, car trict Courts by Judge James Mo. (AP-A bridge lengthy testimony about 9 W. UNIVERSITY-DOWNTOWN

(3404)Engineer,:.. U terday. afire at 2316 SE 9th Place.At Meredith in St. Louis, Judge washout has stranded about 80 the establishment of the day -

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trash fire
12:55: a.m. today, Marion S. in
Boyd Memphis, persons at two Lake of the care nursery' was pertinent because

at NW 6th St. and 4th Ave. Tenn., Judge Leo Brewster and harks resorts. I of the plaintiff's allega-

FATHER InMINDAfPotZiht -REGISTER NOTICE Of FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO Judge Joe Ingraham in Hous Up to five inches of rain fell tion that the nursery did not

.,.wlth. Notice Is hereby given that HORACE ton. in the area Sunday and high have enough qualified persons
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bul.ness
ELLSWORTH. as sole owner doing
under the fictitious name of Ells water carried away a bridge on working there.

WORTH'S Northwest 33rd VENETIAN<< Boulevard BLINDS.Gainesville.' 712 Trainee Unhurt Indian Creek Road, isolating the She testified that the nursey Trail

Florida, Intends to register said fictitious resorts. The only way out is by, had a better ratio of employeesto ways
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida EDWARDS AIR FORCE boat. children than the state rerunning -
\ In accordance with the Laws of the
State of Florida. BASE, Calif. (AP) A space
DATED this 4th day of June. A.D.It treats likecompany
I ": .... pilot trainee escaped without a you
L .Horace Ellsworth (SEAL) scratch after parachuting from
: r / ,\.. Horace Ellsworth r
.
I 'h' : (33W .:.. 16. 23 30.CALL his crippled jet fighter near
FOR BIDS this desert test center. "

11/11. NOTICE GAINESVILLE.TO CONTRACTORS FLORIDA Navy Lt. Patrick Henry Jr., m@ out

Sealed bids will be received by The 28, of Triangle, Va., is one of l
Florida Industrial Commission. State of
I Florida, at the office of the architect, 11 scheduled to graduate from "
(maybe better!)
Moore and( May. Architects 606 N.E.
the Air Force Pilot
First Street, Gainesville Florida until Space 7 .. .'... :
4 oo o'clock P.M. E.S.T.. Tuesday. June School here next month. He
30. 164. at which time and place all .
bids received will be publicly opened and ejected after his F104A went out ,
read aloud for furnishing all materials ;
and labor and constructing the following of control Monday.
p
I building protect In Gainesville. Florida: NOTICE Of INTENTION TO
OFFICE BUILDINGFOR REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ;
/
Pursuant to Section US.Of, Florida Statutes r'p
INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
FLORDA
notice It hereby given that the undersigned -
Florida State Employment Service Mr. C. S. Michaels' doing business '
Workmen's Compensation Division under tile firm name of UNITED ,
Unemployment Compensation Field Office engineering. Specialists, 2103 N.W.th hurry 'wi
Gainesville. Florida SI. Gainesville Alachua County.
i
Any bid received after the specified Florida, Intends to register said fictitious
time and date will not be considered. name under the provisions of the aforesaid ,., &. ,
One set of plans and contract documents .
I and forms for bidding may be secured Statuts.Dated .
at Gainesville Florida. this 1 \9; get '
I I by general contractors only from day of March. A.D.. 1M your g2 ,
the office of the architect by depositing
;: i therewith 2500. The deposit fromgeneral (342 )GEORGE 6:16. 23. 30 S.;MICHAELS 7.7NOTICE it p S "
I contractors will be refunded
I upon submission of a bona fide bid and OF SALE \ .
return of said plans Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto 3 money ,
: I merits in good tinndwfZ't: days a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered ,, .4.
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II Girl's Killer Gets Chair; Spectators Applaud II I People the News h


I By the Associated Press lung that is retarding his recovery ,

Nrui Unrfe Itntu I must say I feel this may be improper when I see this rules of evidence, to enable each side to introduce 'any NEW YORK AP-James) B. from injuries received
By DAVID ANDERSON monster. I wouldn't hesitate to pull tha switch on him matters which they may deem relevant" to show mitigating I Donovan, the New York lawyer in an auto accident.A .
NEW YORK Applause broke out in state supreme myself." or aggravating circumstances in the behavior of the de who negotiated the release of spokesman for St. Joseph I

court Monday after a jury had voted to send Winston Among those who had applauded was a woman who lived fendant. The jury of 11 men and one woman had a choice, U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers Hospital at nearby Burbanksaid
Moseley to the electric chair for the murder of Catherine in that quiet, residential neighborhood few hundred yards under a law effective since last July 1, to recommend life i from a Soviet prison, is in a I that Wayne is in fair con Ij
Genovese in Kew Gardens, Queens. from the courthouse where in the early hours of March imprisonment or the death penalty. i hospital for treatment of a heart dition.NEW.
'The sudden hand-clapping and a few cheers, all from 13, Moseley repeatedly stabbed the 28-year-old Miss Genovese In an effort to mitigate Moseley's deed, Sidney G. Spar- condition. I ,
women, in the Queens County criminal courthouse, caused to death. The applauding woman was one of 38 residents row, defense lawyer, attempted to introduce evidence of Donovan, 48, entered the hose DELHI, India (AP) -
supreme court Justice J. Irwin Shapiro to pound his desk who had seen or heard Moseley commit the crime medical insanity. The court rejected this argument, because pital last Friday, it was revealed -Prime Minister Lal Bahadur '
angrily for order. A court attendant, on the job for more yet bad done nothing to summon help for the dying victim. legal insanity had been the mainstay of the defense duringthe Monday. II Shastri flew from New Delhi
than a quarter of a century, murmured: "I've never seen four-day trial, which ended in a conviction last Thurs Donovan also was the negotiator to a village in central India today
anything like this never, not at such a time." Tension rose sharply in the courtoom earlier when in who arranged the ran I to visit Vinoba Bhave, an
the course of an hour four women testified against Mose- day."Life soming of prisoners taken by i old comrade who is ill.
Moseley himself showed no emotion. After the courtroomhad imprisonment isn't that at all; this monster can live
quieted, he stood before the bench, a small, slender, ley with new evidence not admitted to his trial. Two of to stalk the streets again," said Assistant District Attorney i Cuba in the Bay of Pigs inva Bhave, 68, a crusader for land t I
impassive figure in a red-striped shirt and black trousers.As them he had threatened with a pistol, one with a knife, Frank Cacciatore. sion. reform, has pleaded with In I
he waited, Justice Shapiro told the jurors: one with a screwdriver; one he had raped, one he had Then Justice Shapiro assured the panel that it would dia's landlords for years to give \
"You've rendered a signal service. This defendant is indubitably beaten about the face, three he had robbed. not be taking Moseley's life with the death penalty. "He PARIS (AP) President some of their holdings to land. .

guilty. I don't believe in capital punishment, but The proceedings Monday were conducted without strict is taking his own life by his actions," the court said. Charles de Gaulle of France I poverty-striken peasants. It 1
'has been talking like a man 1 ;1
running for office, but he won't I
Jealous He Kills Woman say whether he'll seek another';

I Topless Bathing Suit Going on Sale seven-year Today the term Gaullist next year.newspaper !I ElectrkalMotors i

Her Companion Himself La Nation said he would.'I Installed
Sfcrn Uark dtmru troduction of the style two that some customers would ture. While Gernreich was debating Last week the 74-year-old De
NEW YORK The first examples weeks ago by the West Coast want the new model because whether to put it into DELAND (AP) A jealous had dated Johnson off and on Gaulle toured northern France Residential. Industrial Commercial
of Rudi Gernreich's top- designer will remain closet they received inquiries-and production, Hess Bros. in Allen- suitor shot and killed a woman 1 and recently had begun keeping and hinted repeatedly that he'd
less bathing suit are expectedin I drama. orders-after a picture of thesuit town, Pa., placed the first or and her male companion and company with Davis. I seek re-election. I CALL

New York stores this week. I "We will not promote it or appeared in Look maga der. It was followed by storesin then himself in an apartment!. Members of the family said I' C. P. Dressier
The wool knit trunks with thin display it," said a representative other sections of the country, here last night, Deputy Sheriff Davis and Mrs. Gurry had gone I HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) -
of the that the zine.Gernreich including the Co. in R. F. Turley reported.The I Michael Wayne, 29, son of actor Electrical Contractor .
straps where the top conventionally store placed reported Mondaythat I Dayton for a brief ride with Mrs. Gur, i 910 N.W. 4th St.
would be will be avail biggest order 21 pieces. "Ifa 150 pieces have been soldto Minneapolis, the May Co., in dead were identified as I ry's daughter, Mary Shannon, John Wayne, has developed -! Phone FR 6-5193
able in black, brown, blue, red customer asks for it, we will stores. He is here showinghis Denver, Neiman Marcus in Dallas -Mrs. Rosalie P. Gurry, 42; 9, shortly before the tragedy. =Y a blood clot In his right I
and orange, priced at about 'take her into a fitting room sportswear line to retail buy. and Milgrims in Detroit. Dolph Johnson, 45, both of De- Minutes after their return,I I 1-
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$24.B. and show it to her. Please l ers between visits from television Gernreich, who usually is con-! Land, and John Davis, 46, of Turley said, the family hearda ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING A
Altman & Co., Lord &.Taylor don't quote me." crews. He is somewhat upset sidered America's most avant- St. Augustine.The shot, then a woman's
Henri Bendel, Splendiferousand "Women will buy them to that the swimsuit has detracted -garde designer, said that when triple killing occurred in screams, then two more shots FLORIDA Pool
Parisette are the standard wear In their own pools or patios attention from the rest he was 2 years old his parentswere an upstairs apartment at the in rapid succession. It wasn't Swimming
bearers for the most radical ," said another store buyer of his collection, which involves forced to take him off the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Ernest determined immediatelywhether ,If
development in swim-suit design who also asked that her short skirts and long pants for beach at the lido outside Venice Wood. Mrs. Gurry was Mrs. the child saw the
since the bikini; name not be used. "I hope some fall, plus a tailored sheer skirtin because he was clad onlyin Wood's daughter by a previous shootings. I by Rivers Construction Co. ;
exhibitionist won't turn lacquered chiffon that is trunks, with no top. There marriage.
Some are carrying the ban- up Turley said the family didn't A QUALITY POOL Backed
ner reluctantly and hope that with it at a public beach." meant to be worn with black has been some progress since Turley said Johnson apparently hear Johnson enter the apart by a
the theatrics caused by the in- The stores' attitude is:. "If satin pants and no underpin then, he said. shot Davis first, then Mrs. ment, probably by an outside FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
they want it, we will have it nings. Gurry and then turned the staircase. It wasn't determined
At FLORIDA PEST CONTROL :for them." But they will not display He said he was overwhelmedby weapon-a 30.30 caliber rifle whether he followed the couple 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 I
& CHEMICAL CO. or promote the suits. the reaction to his swimsuit."I VacationsOn -on himself. Davies and Mrs. upstairs or was lying in wait for Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 J
The stores were,. pretty sure never dreamed it wouldgo Gurry were shot in the heart. them. I NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING
i beyond the fashion businessinto Farms Johnson apparently had placedthe Davis was described as a I

FREETermite Orchids sociology," Gernreich ex gun in his mouth and pull. widower with a 15-year-old son.I WITH EACH POOL YOU CET tI
II plained. IncreasingWASHINGTON er the trigger. A coroner's jury viewed the I Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board

For Since his arrival here a week Turley said Mrs. Gurry, a divorcee bodies and recessed until 11 a.m. Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
InspectionAnd II ago, he has been deluged with (AP) -The of nine years, reportedly today. Leaf Net
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EstimateNO press coverage, and now personal Agriculture Department is urg
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OBLIGATION- mail, some encouraging, ing that urban residents not 1 the Pierce
WHY TAKE CHANCES? CREVASSE FLORIST but more of the vindictive va overlook recreation possibilitieson ,WulberT4M rphey RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO-
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'it'j,'j Grant to Minnesota for C u MURRAY ClASS 1 Bob Skinner, acquired from games with the New York

pitcher Lee Stange, a player Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati during the weekend, Yankees. They scored seven

It's hard to convey the different manners of friendship a ,, to be named later and The St. Louis Sag apparentlys singled home one of the Cardi- runs in the first inning as Pete

man may weave for himself in a lifetime. ,: an undisclosed amount of ) contagious.Jack nals' runs. Ward, Al Weis and Gerry Mc-

They could run the gamut from Damon Pythias to ,. cash. Broglio was traded by Spring and Lou Brock Scores On Nertney each drove in two.

Jekyll-Hyde things within the same framework. .f St. Louis to Chicago in a caught it only a few innings after Jim Single The White Sox, who broke a
l Hart's
Ott Mooney, former University of Florida football assist- "- six-player deal. they joined their new Cardi- single scored Willie -six-game losing streak, stand
McCovey in the ninth
r ant coach who now is head line mentor for Miami, has had nal teammates Monday night and ended inning eight percentage points aheadof
the
such a thing happen to him in his relationship over the years The Sag also struck Glen Hob- Giants' see-saw the Orioles with the Yankees
battle with the Reds. Gi-
with UM head coach Charlie Tate. Traders Beat Deadline- bie, another recent acquisition, The another three points behind in
ants trailed 3-2 until the
eighth
Mooney enlarged on the unusual happen stance of the as the Cardinals dropped a 9-3 when I third.
they scored three
years at last week's Florida State University clinic in Tal- decision to Houston for their runs, Don Rudolph, a 19-game loser

lahassee.He fifth straight defeat and 17th'in two on Cap Peterson's pinch last season, won his first game

i noted that he was Tate's assistant when the latter Grant the last 23 games. triple. since being recalled from the

was head coach at Miami High School. When Tate came to Broglio Dealt Off Spring and Brock, obtained ina The Reds tied the game 5-5 in I minors recently. He needed

Florida as freshman football leader, Mooney replaced him six-player deal with the Chi- the ninth with the help of help from Ron Kline in the

as Miami High coach. Then Tate went to Georgia Tech as cago Cubs earlier in the day, Hart's error. A double by John ninth after the Angels' Joe Ad-
By MIKE RATHET
Kaat Jim Roland and Dick from the Cubs in an earlier Edwards scored while
an assistant. Then Mooney came to Florida as an assistant. Associated Press arrived in the third inning of one run cock slammed his fourth homerin

Then Tate became head coach at Miami. And, to bring The Minnesota Twins Sports Writer Stigman in the Twins' starting trade. Broglio was 21-9 in 1960 the Houston contest with the Bobby Klaus' sacrifice fly as many games.

acting rotation. and had an 18-8 record last Cardinals winning 1-0. They knocked in the other. The Senators broke a 1.1 tie
things to current status, Mooney went to Miami, at Tate's quickly just before the clock
request, to complete the cycle. struck The key men in the St. Louis- year, but was 3-5 this season barely had time to try on their The White Sox stormed back in the seventh. Dick Phillips
midnight have
What brought the whole subject into focus was a question veteran right-hander, Jim tapped Mud- Chicago trade were Broglio and with a 3.53 ERA. new uniforms when they were into first place in the AL, erupt- doubled home Jim King and
( Brock, who fills the Cardinals'need thrust into action. ing from the that held scored Ed
slump Brinkman's sin
to how the two coaches Brock on
posed as are getting along person- cat) Grant to play a Cinderella for additional outfieldinghelp. a speedy 24-year-old

ally now that they are working together again. role in the American League flychaser who bats left-handed, Spring Called them to 10 runs in five losing gle.

pennant chase. is in his fourth season in the Spring was called upon to

An Balked in earlier attempts to Became Surplus majors. He hit .258 last season pitch in the seventh inning aft- 14 f a s i
Explanation 1
bolster their pitching staff, the"wins Broglio, a 28-year-old right- with nine homers and 37 runs er the Colts scored four runs

it and went into involved expla- completed an 11th-hour bander, apparently became surplus -batted in. He was hitting at a off Hobbie in the sixth for a 4-3
Mooney thought over an
nation. deal with Cleveland Monday when the Cardinals acquired -.257 clip for the Cubs with two lead. The 31-year-old lefthander
Glen Hobbie homers and 14 driven in.Can CHICAGO BALTIMOREab Night Game
before pitcher runs
"It's hard to explain," he said. "of course, we're close just the midnight trading proceeded to give up four r h M abrhbi LOS ANGELES WASHINGTON
deadline acquiring Grant in three of them McCraw Ib 5120 Saverine ss0 2 0 abrhbi abrhbl
more runs, un-
friends, always have been. But the degree of friendship Buford 2b 4131 Cimoli rf A 0 0 0F.R'b'son Piersall If 4020 Blas'ame 2b 3 0 0 0
the circumstances change." exchange for pitcher Lee earned, one on a wild pitch. rf 5 1 31 Adair 2b 4010 i Power 3b 4010 Cottier ph-2b 1000
changes as Ward 3b 5112 Siebern Ib 4000 Fregosl ss 3011 Kennedy 3b 4121
Mooney said that when Tate led Miami High, he (Moon- Stange, a player to be named Brock, an outfielder who fig- Stephens cf 1 1 0 0 B.R'b'son 3b All 0 Clinton rf 4000 Hinton If 4000
later and an undisclosed amountof ures prominently in St. Louis Minoso ph 1000 Brandt cf 4030 Adcock Ib All King rf 3100
ey) was a pupil learning from a teacher. "Your friendshipon Fisher p 2000 Bowens If 4011 Perry cf 4010 Phillips Ib 3111
Moon- cash. plans, batted for Spring in the Nicholson If 41 0 0 Brown c 3000 Pearson pr 0000 Brumley c 3010
the high school level is a different type of thing,
In Weiss, 4112 Lau ph 1000 Rodgers c 4000 Lock cf 2010
a major six-player deal between eighth and struck out.
ey 'said. "Yoa're eager. Everything is ahead of you. The M'Nertney c 4 2 2 2 Roberts p 0000 I Knoop 2b 2100 Brinkman ss 3 01 1
National League clubs In his first two starts for the Talbot p 1011 Haddix p 3000 Chance p 2000 Rudolph p 2000
, pressures are different. You are close friends but still with H'hb'r ph-cf 3000 Johnson ph 1000 Torres ph 1000
time to shape own life. St. Louis sent former 20-game Cardinals, Hobbie allowed two Totals 39 9 13 f Totals M 1.t 1 Totals 32.2.6.2 Totals 21 3 3

your winner Ernie reliever earned and hits in 16 ................
Broglio, runs eight Chicago .700100 fllft- Los Angeles .............. 001.000 Ml-2
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was at Tech and I was Miami High coach, he was on the I E-Buford. Weis. DP-Chicago 1. Balti- E-None. DP-Los
Doug Clemens to the belted him solidly.St. Angeles 1. LOB-Los
Chicago more 0. LOB-Chicago 6, Baltimore S.2B .
recruiting side and I of supply. Thisis Angeles 5. Washington 42B
college was a source
Cubs for outfielder Lou Brock I Louis, considered a prime I -F. Robinson AAcNertney, Talbot, -Phillips. HR-Adcock (t), Kennedy
the era when we were the closest friends. This is the Brandt Robinson. SB-Weis. SF-Buford. (5).

state of you can do no wrong sort of thing, if you know and pitchers Jack Spring and I--I Tuesday, June 16, 1964 I contender for the National I Talbot ..........3 IP 3 H R 0 ERBBSO 0 0 2 Chance L, 4.3 .. IP 41-343324 H R ER aB SO

J Paul Toth. I League pennant before the season Fisher W, 3-1 .... 6 5 1 1 0 1 Smith ... .. ..... J30 0 0 1 T
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began .1 0 0 0 0 1
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Two minor :May 23. At that time, the Cardinals T-2:50. A-23,492. Kline .. ... 1-30 0 0 0 0
I moves were made were in third place, one T-2:08. A-2,320.

u" -Baltimore selling outfielderJoe game out of first.
iie i! Ma.m.'a g f"em- Gaines to Houston and Prep Standout

/ Pittsburgh taking pitcher Don Eighth Place

Cardwell off the disabled list Champagne One four-game and two five- Gets $80,000DETROIT 0 1

w8? after sending pitcher Fred game losing streaks later, they

I -- Green to the minors. are in eighth place, seven (AP-Art (Pinky)

The Twins have been considered Lema Win games from the top and only Deras, 17, of Hamtramck, CINCINNATI abrhbl SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl

legitimate AL pennant Tony ine-half length ahead of the Mich., Monday signed a reported Klaus 2b 4111 Kuenn rf 3011
Harper If 3010 Mays cf 5011Pmson
what I mean." contenders, but it was generally Colts. $80,000 baseball bonus con- cf 5001 McCovey If All 0

Mooney paused a moment, smiled and said, "Yes, I'd say felt they needed more pitching Only three other games were tract with the St. Louis Johnson Robinson Ib rf 11 4111 1 0 Cepeda Hart 3b Ib 4011 4110

that's when friendship was the closest. I guess it's only strength. They had pursued played Monday. San Francisco Cardinals."He Cardenas ss 10 1 Haller c 3120
Three Row?
natural. He was the college recruiter, I was the high school Dean Chance of Los Angelesbut in nipped Cincinnati 6-5 in the has the talent to reach Boros Edwards 3b c 4110 41 21 Snider D'np't 2b-ss ph 0000 3000

coach. It was buddy-buddy, if you know what I mean. were unwillingly to breakup other NL game while Chicago I the majors in two years," said Smith Purkey ph p 2001 0000 Garrido Pagan ts pr 2000 0100

"But when I came to Florida and Charlie was still at their power trust by sending blasted Baltimore 9-1 and WashII Cardinal scout Moe Mozzali, of Rose pr 0000 Hiller ph-2b 1111
Bob Allison the WASHINGTON (AP) -Cana tested the layout. II the Hamtramck School Hendley p 2110
Tech, it changed again. We were still close friends but on to Angels. ington edged Los Angeles I High J-Alou ph 1000
opposite sides of the field. He's trying to beat our brains out Apparently rebuffed elsewhere man win three golf tourna- Arnold Palmer said he was the American. Rain washed out: senior who was Little League Peterson ph 101 2
Totals 34515 Totals 33 *" 6
and we're trying to do the same to him. also, the Twins moved in their ments in a row, especially if the "getting seriously worried" Minnesota at Cleveland. I Player of the Year when Ham- None out when winning run scored.

"And now, together again at Miami, it's still different. minor league chain, farmingout third one is the U.S. Open? about his putting-which is a Walt Bond drove in four runs tramck won the Little League Cincinnati .............. 200 11. Ml-S
...........
San Francisco 000 110
UI
We're close friends, yes. But,I try. to stay away from Char- last year's ace reliever, Bill Champagne Tony Lema's good sign. I with two singles, getting one World Series title at Williams- E-Hendley. Hart. LOB Cincinnati-7,
-
s lie as much as I can. All he has for me are problems. And Dailey, and bringing up Bill chances for a third straightwere "I'm playing all right, but I'm I each against Hobbie and Spring. port, Pa., in 1959. San Francisco 11.

he does the same. He knows that all I have for him are prob- Whitby, 4-3 at Charlotte.Hit much talked about at Con- putting very badly," Palmer Hobble also was the victim of The Cardinals reportedly out Haller 2B -Kuenn.Klaus 3B Edwards-Peterson.Robinson HR -

lems. And the head coach has all the problems, too, of pub- Hard gressional Country Club as the said. "It's exactly the way I Bob Aspromonte's two-run homer bid half a dozen major league Johnson Klaus Hilier.(6). SB-Harper. SF-Purkey,

lic relations, making decisions, organizing the squad and Grant 28 had been hit hard elite of golf gathered for the big was before the Masters this I his fourth home run in a teams for Deras, who batted IP H R Elt IB SO
.......
Purkey. 413 6 2 2 3 0
staff-it's quite a task." this season, starting nine games one, which starts Thursday. year"-which he won with ease.I week. .473 this season. Jay ...........1233 3 3 2 2
Henry L, 11 .... 0 It 1 1 2 0
Thunder-
Lema the recent
and completing only one. He won Jack Nicklaus also maneu- Duren ..........0 1 0 0 0 0
bird and Buick Hendley ....... 6 I.' 6 3 2 1 1
had a 3-4 record with 5.95 opens. vered the ball well. Nicklausand
Mind a
Fine Football Shaw.......... 2-300000
earned run average, but is an One fellow who wasn't talking' Palmer both came down Maine Makes Perry ..........1 0 0 0 0 2
Bolin .. .... 1." 1 1 0 It
Mooney paid tribute to his UM boss. "I'll say this about established major league starter was Lema himself. He skippedthe last week for practice rounds."I 0'Dell, W, i-1 ... 2-3 1 1 0 2 0

Charlie. He's one of the finest football minds I've ever of known quality with a 64-59 first day of practice Mon- played 50 holes and never 11 Henry man In faced 9th.2 men In 9th. Duren faced

known. He eats, sleeps and lives football. He knows as much lifetime record entering this day entirely. A notorious worry- got a birdie," Nicklaus said. T-2:43. A-8,201.

about the game as anyone ever will. Of course, knowing season. He was 13-14 last year. wart, Lema may have spent the "This time I got a birdie on the It To FinalsOMAHA ST.- LOUIS abrhW HOUSTON .

1 the game and being able to transfer that knowledge intoa Stange, a promising right- day getting his nerves under third hole. I'm improving." Flood cf 4121 Llllt s-2b abrhM 4211
hander in his fourth season in Groat ss 4000 Fox 2b 3211B.
winning football team are quite different things. It's not control.
Billy Casper 1959 winner, .White
Ib
I 41 21 M.White Cf 1000
that easy." the majors, impressed last year played only nine holes in mid- Neb. (AP) Seton Hall 5-1 in the first round, Boyer 3b 4000 Sp'gler cf.If 4100
the scandal at' Miami which with a 12-5 record and a 2.62 Test Layout I Maine's saved Skinner If 3011 Bond If 4124
The recent revelation of exam day beat. pressure loving up- a 4-2 upset of Arizona James rf 3000 Kasko pr-ss 0000
cost the services of at least a half-dozen players, two of ERA. This season, however, he He missed some steambath starts are in the NCAA baseball Saturday, then went the route McCarver c 3 0 0 0 Aspro'nte 3b 11 2 2

them first stringers, was looked on as a severe blow by had a 3-6 mark with a 4.73 weather that would have drivena Likes Weather"I final round, thanks to a against proud USC. Javier Hobble 2t p> 3110 2000 Staub Roberts rf Ib 4000 4110

Mooney."I ERA. sensible bedouin to shelter, like this weather," sid the stringbean sophomore pitcher He was mobbed by his team- Brock ph 1000 Grot Nottebart C p 4110 1000

thought we had a good spring," Mooney said. "We Grant figures to take his and his camel l, too, but all the rotund Casper, with a fat man's with "poise, courage, great control mates after the final out and the Wynn ph 1010

worked real bard, accomplished much. But we lost several place with Camilo Pascual, Jim other favorites in the field smile. "It's too hot to practice." and enough English to offset crowd of 6,174 gave their adopted -' Totals 3H 't' Owens Totals p 3*2010 9101

fine football plajers. It's going to hurt. Palmer, asked about Lema's his lack of a fast ball" 'rousing cheer. St. Louis ... .............. oei 101 000-1
Houston .................. lOt 004 41 xE -'
"Still, you never know how this type of thing will workout chances to win three straight, His name is Joe Ferris and After a shaky start, Ferris ,
-Grote Groat 2. B. White. DP-Houston -
The loss of those players may mold the remainder of METS YANKS said: "It can be done. I did it, the words are those of the was in trouble only in the eigth. 1. LOB-St. Louis 1, Houston 5.

the into unit than all the teaching we coach Jack Butterfield a for- With two down and two 2lS-As romonte. Fox B. White, Flood.
,
squad a even more back in 1958. I almost won five on, 3B-B. White. HR-Aspromonte (5)). SB-
could do." straight. mer pitcher at Maine. Ferris is Maine third baseman Dave Javier. S Fox.
IP H R ER" SO
Mooney said Miami's 1964 schedule Is a rocky one at the "I won three, lost one in a a 6-4 right-bander who ousted Thompson hesitated going to I Hobble L, 1-4 .... 6 SA' 0 1

start. The opener against state rival FSU is a rugged task RAINED OUTthe playoff, and then won the Mas- Southern California's defending third on a forceout, then decided -Craig Spring ....................... 1 1 2 3 1 A 0 1 0 I 0 0

alone, especially in view of the 24-0 licking the Seminoles ters.: And then I went into a longslump. champions 2-1 Monday night in to throw to second. It was Jones Nottebart ........... 1134 2-300001 3 2 0 3

pinned on the 'Canes a year ago. Then the UM has to play .{rAnother the fourth round. too late and the bases. were Owens W,2.4 .... 3 0 0 0 0 ]

such people as Pittsburgh, Indiana, Georgia Tech and Cali Next Foe loaded. WP-Spring. PB-McCarver. T-2lX ABEEFEATER
By JOE REICHLER world champion Yankeesand great golfer said it -1.514.

fornia. NEW YORK (AP-The rain 1 Yogi was his catcher and wasn't impossible."I Next foe for the giant killers .

Although no one brought it up, there's an old saying that beat down relentlessly on the already -chief lieutenant won 11 straight," said By, is pitchingrich Missouri, which C
Should Miami start off its handed Minnesota its first defeat
adversity breeds friendship, too. -
soggy field making it impossible They talked on even after the ron Nelson, now retired from,
first year under Tate with a couple of setbacks, it would ap- for the Yankees and official announcement that the competition. "Actually it was 4-1 by holding the Big Ten
the camardarie will stronger.And : champs to one hit. Minnesota
pear Tate-Mooney grow Mets to play their heralded exhibition game had been postponed to 12, but one of the tournamentswasn't .
if Miami starts off winning! Well, what winner does- Monday night. then drew a bye.
game next official.
Monday night.
n't have friends? The winner of the Missouri-

But the two managers ,Casey "Hey, Yogi," chided Stengel. "At the end the pressure was: Maine game will face Minnesota -

II 1AMERICAN Stengel of the Mets and Yogi I"They tell me you were so anx- so bad I could hardly lift my for the championship ''f,

didn't ious to beat us decided to driver. .. ..... '
Berra of the Yankees, you Wednesday night. -t)I II

seem to mind the weather. They come out of retirement and do Ferris has pitched through the ,.. .

sat side by side in the Mets' I the catching yourself. district playoffs and the College "-j -

dugout conversing as in the old I "Naw" World Series with a plastic cast ;< .

\days when Casey was piloting "Naw," replied Berra. "Some- tilAJOR rl protecting two broken bones in '. \.

his left wrist But he stopped .' y'
LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE body musta been kiddin you. I \ -
I '' '
W L Pet. O B. W L Pet. G... had Blanchard all ready to LEAGUE htLEADERS ,' :/I..j
32 21 .404 .
Chicago 32 20 .615 Phila'pNe: IslandersAre .
3 '
Baltimore 34 22 .AW San Fran. 34 23 .596 'catch. Besides, the only reasonI FloridiansNet ,,. ;
New York 32 21.6IW Vt Cincinnati 30 24 J34 T4 I ".... -
Minnesota 32 24 .SS2 3 Pittsburgh 2* 27 .511 4V, came to your dugout was be- "z
Boston 29 29 JOO 6 Milwaukee 30 21 .517 4v* beat the White Sox J'00 .
27 27 .500 5V cause we .. :' .
Cleveland 27 27 JOO 6 Chicago InjuredPLANT Victors & .. Hit\t .-
Detroit 25 29.AU Los Angeles 2t 30 M 4V4 five straight. If they had beatenus AMERICAN LEAGUE ", t ,
Washington 27 35435 to St. Louis 21 31 .475 7 I Batting 125 at bats-Fregosl, Los 8lJJ<<. Z. .w.. .fliA
five '. ....
woulda had
Los Angeles 24 37 .>,3 lass Houston 21 32 .447 TVi straight, you geles Oil; Olh/a. Minnesota. .354. AMa .tz'JQ.
Kansas City, 20 34 JJ7 u.YesHrde New YakYlderday"s' Ravtts.3I2 U CITY AP) Three to come over to our dugout to Runs Allison, Minnesota, 437 CHARLOTTE, N. C. (AP) -
....... Minnesota 0-
t. Baltimore 1 s Houston f, Si. Louts 3 baseball players for the Daytona talk to me." Runs batted hi Wagner, Cleveland.,, Florida players won three out of
Chicago Washington. Los Angeles 2 San Francisco '. Cincinnati SOnly Beach Islanders of the Florida 47, Stuart, Boston, *!. in the
four matches
Monday
scheduled "Yes I about S5 Hinton
Minnesota at Cleveland, rcbi .games saw something Hits Olive Minnesota ;
Todays Games '' State League suffered minor injuries Washington 7*. opening round of the Southern
Only gams.cMduldTODAY'S that in the said
Philadelphia Dennis Bennett 7..t CM- their station papers Doubles Bressoud Boston Us Hift.ton. -
when
GAMES ago Jackson t-4, I Monday Casey, winking at no one in .Washington. Tennis Championships.
Boston Monbouquette 2-4 and Morenead New York Fisher 41 at Pittsburgh turned over' after Triples McAulrffe Detroit, and Olive
44 at New York Bouton 4-5 and Ford Friend 4... night. wagon particular. "You fellas weren't and Versalles Minnesota S, The only Florida loser was BEEFEATERMartini
1-1. 2. twtnightChicago Milwaukee SPlINt 5-4 at Los Angeles blowing a tire. kind Home runs- Idlebrew MinneSota, 20; Russ Langstroth of Florida State
to friend Al
Horlen 4-3 at s-4. night. very my esola.13.Stolen .
'rir4eIS : Drysdale Allison Min+
": s end Berber 2-3, St. Louis SImmons 4-5 at Houston Bruce Treated and released at South- Lopez. They tell me AI was in I bases Aper do. Baltimore 31; University, who dropped a 6-3,
X. twilight I 6-L nlgM.Cinckvisti Weis Cntecago and Davalillo Cleveland.
Los Angeles Bellnsky N et Washington Tsltourls 2-1 at San Francisco ern Florida Baptist Hospital such a state of shock after you f. 6-3 decision to Richard Dow of
Daniels 5-4 night. Sanford 4-4, night.TemeireWS. I "pitching 5 decisions Ford, New the University of Tennessee.
here first baseman beat him in that Sunday doubleheader Menappreciate
George
Minnesota Stigman 3-4 at Cleveland Kre.J Games were l York 1-1. ./e9. Kralicfc Cleveland. 4-1.
lick 6-1. night.Kansas Cincinnati at San Francisco Hulett second baseman Danny be stood frozen in the JS7. Mike Hamilton of St Peters- aez
_. U and Bowstleld Mat I Kansas SO,
City Philadelphia at Chicago Strikeouts Pena City
Detroit Aguirre 1.2 and Regan M I Milwaukee at Los Angeles, N Greenfield and pitcher Fred dugout and.didn't move for sev- Radatz. Boston 19.NATIONAL. burg defeated Dr. Fred Blackstone -
2, twi-nlght.. St Louis et Houston N Kannum the driver. eral minutes." I of Athens, Ga., 6-2, 6-4; its
,
TamerreW* Oame New York at Pittsburgh, N LEAGUE
Kansas city at Detroit N Berra grinned."It Batting) 125 at bats Williams, CMca90. John Gilbart of St. Petersburg
Minnesota at Cleveland > twinight FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW. Also in the car but not Injured .383; Mays,. San Francisco. J4O. defeated Bob Ecuyer of New Or-
L. Pd. G.B. San Francisco 59 WU- identifiable
Mays ;
Los at Washington N couldn't Runs .
Angeles to nicer
Chicago at Baltimore! N Ft., Laudertfale 35 21 ..625St. '- were catcher Mike Little and happen a Rams Chicago,41. leans, 6-3, 6-2, and Bob Speicherof
Petersburg 34 23.A1t IV* he said. Runs batted In Mays San Francis-
Boston at New YorkINTERNATIONAL team[ manager Grady,Wilson. guy Beach defeated Claude
Lakeland 34 25 .574 mDaytona ax. 41; Boyer St. Louis.43. Delray
LEAGUEW Beach 32 25 J41 3 "Well, now that you're win- Hits-Williams. Chicago ill Clemente. Brown of Charlotte, 6-2, 6-L excellence. ,
L Pet. ... Sarasota 2* 1t.,1 TV* Hulett suffered a 'wrenched plftst gh, *! .
ning again said Casey, "tell wuaams, CMcaga and da-
Jacksonville 35 22 .414 Tampa 26 33 juVJVt Doubles -
1V4 Miami 22 37 .373 UV neck and bloody nose; Greenfield mente. PIttlburgfl.17.
Toronto 33 ,23.S1t the truth Berra. Weren't a Tackle
Syracuse 2t 21 JSO 3V4 Orlando .. Sarasota had cuts and Panniim an you Triples Santo Chicago 4; Cafllson. Signs THE IMPORTED ONE' w i
;
Rochester 24 23' .531 Yesterdays Resells little bit nervous when you were II'' Philadelphia and Mays. San Francisco. 5
5. St Petersburg 4. Orlando 1 injured ankle. Home runs Mays. San .Francisco,.
Buffalo 27 24 "
Richmond 25 31 .444, Sarasota 4. Daytona Beach 1 losing all them games? II Williams Chicago", 15. LUBBOCK, fez (AP-Jim- EEFIATER GIN = +e 1
Columbus 22 31 .415 i1W Laketand 7, Fort Lauderdale 2 Stolen! bases Wilts. Los Angeles, 22;: Texas
Wilson and little continued "Naw Case honestsaid Walker 220 pound
onto ,
my
Atlanta 15 35 ..3M 1M Tampa aV Miami S (12 Innings Harper Cincinnati 13.
J.Yesterdays Rlchmand. -1 ReseHsToronto Beach Todays.. St. masDaytona Petersburg Sarasota where the Islanders Yogi. "I wasn't never nervous.I '.1.Pitching.tOt 5 Marichal.decisions San FarreU Francisco.Hovsten/s.., Tech tackle, signed a contract W PROOF 0 100* GRAIN KUTMl SPlfilTS ffioM ENGUW 8Y WWWO.&Y.r

ouiftalo at Columbus, patvoned.'rats Orlando at Sarasota lost a 4-1 ball game to the Sun knew we'd come around sooner JOO. Monday night with Edmonton of
Chester S, Attenta 3 Pert Lauderdale at Lakeland later." Strikeouts -IC.oufu. Las Angeles W.I r the Canadian Football League.
.. aiw i 4 Jacksonville J Miami. at,Tampa ,,Sox. or Drysdale! Los Angeles, to. a

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10 Gainesville Sun Tuesday. June 16 1964liwanis
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Wins Nicklau..ck "GOLF I Close Games Mark BusinessHoward's




On NoHitterIn tPtrlNG A HEAD' tR7. TV downed Sun- Hall and Reeb; Goodlet and Ed-; (Division II) G'ville Gas 005 50-11 6 2.

-- 1fou MAY NO1ETi4A1 land Training Center 7-5, Fulps wards. Sunland 100 040 0-:5 6 2 Sanders, Chestnut and Pupello. ;-

MANY-fOUl INF'JtOGoL Radiator beat Penn Chem 6-2 I Utility Dept. 0100000-12 Howard's TV 002 410 x-7 6 0 Burden and Davis.Saturday's .

v MY6E.F JNGLUD.rD -- and Gainesville Gas topped Livestock 100 000 1-2 5 Roberts, Saltzman and Collins; Results
?URN '(.HEIR'
WesternUniversity NEAGb SUGt tft.Y"f0'n4 Medical Students 11-7 in Business Sapp and Melton; Smith and Williams and Avery.
i SZIGH-r' Just League softball games Jetter. Fulps 000 060 0-6 7 1 Post Office 100 001 0-2 65 .

/ BEGORE6t -tHG gACKGWING.14lG;: .1ARfP4&. played on Field No. 2 at City Post Office 110 01C 0-3 8'Penn Chem 000 "110 0-264 CWA 160 OOOx-7 6 2

City Kiwanis rack- 'Trades; Western, Sudden Service \_ / 'ERVEG A Park last night. HaV'A-Tampa Oil 000 :x-S 7'Shake, Blacks-elder and Rogers Kennard, Hall and Thomas;

ed up a -hit 8-1 win over Fire Oil vs. First National 131REEFOi.D PURh05E: In games on Field No. 1, Pub- Hall and Thomas; Shore and ; Joyce and Poore. Maxwell, Wilson and Bloods-

(Department yesterday in a Bank; Dixie Citizens Bank vs. CRfVaK.E/ ?RE55 14FOZWAa' ifNEW6 lix edged Road Prison 3-2, Weaver. Med Students 024 107 12 51 worth, Higginbotham.

Western League contest at Johnson & Faris; Rebel, Life 61'AAl' "THe Gainesville Livestock squeezedpast Howard's TV 000 000 <0-0> 4 2
Littlewood. Underwriters vs. Gainesville "' dAGKSW/N/ ( tN M01IotL Utility Dept. 2-1 and Hav- Livestock 000 103 x-4 S 3

Foshee did the honors, striking Shopping Center. A SECOND KAUOW9 A-Tampa topped Post Office 5-3. Williston Tops Blanton and Avery; Smith and
LONGEi fREIR
out 10 batters. Only four 60DY'fNIRDAND: "f1J"N., Games on Field No. 2 countedin Jeter. : .

Firemen reached base. Stewarthit / 1OREMo5'rK :: ... Division II and on Field No. Utility Dept 441 20-1190
a homer In the third for the : NEtro 1 in Division I. Smith Sinclair 000 00- 0 4 4

winners with two men on. He CfcHHvrs NATIONAL Caries LEAGUE Nape 6 BRAGSflNE:HIND "fJ.U:; BODY SNOT Borie and Strickland had two Variety StoreWilliston Box ,and Melton; Evans,, -Miller '
also had two hits. .Irk .lrhR AND PReVeNl' hits each for Howard's the and Trlppensee.I .
lass 3 1 1 Janet 321T. SWAYING PEVONPIMS latter hit a fourth-inning homer. ...
North Central Baptist spotted Bus 311 Register 0 1 0 I
First Federal an 11-0() lead and Blanikl 3 d Bishop 4 3 STamlanley PAW AT IMTAOf. Hazen also homered for scored a 10.7 victoryover while Bill Richburg and Bud
4 I 2 Folshcp 2 2
then battled from behind for a Morvel 41 3 G. Jones 402 Howard's while Saltzman hit Gainesville. Variety Store Wilder had a pair for Cedar *W

I'OUJm116-15 victory In a Dixie P.Blenlkl' Wooley 210 201 Brown Hillis 3 ill 0 I one for S.mland. Sunday in a Central Florida Key.Roland

League encounter at Sidney Sandres 410 Bray 1 01 Six Runs League baseball game at Wil Atkins was the win-
D. W. Smith 100
Wooley 222
Lanier. Hale" 300 Six runs in the fifth won for liston. ner and Denny Veal the loser
c.Donaldson smim 300 see Fulps as the winners got six The home nine got off to an' in' the Yankeetown-C hie fland
Big Inning Totals. It 11 0 Tatali 21011CMsnurs of their seven hits in the fcame. 8-1 lead in the first four innings clash. I
Five runs In the third and 411 '_ 11 and Store could
Carves HeN JM 002- I VanDeLite got two hits for the Variety not Next Sunday's will
nine In the fourth shot NCB AMERICAN LEAGUE losers. Sutton homered for catch up.Duane games
Hughes find Variety Store at Cedar
I Supply D.O.W. C ahead but First Federal came ab r k ab r k 6110VW oar 1'HP JAl' Penn Chem. Yancy and Duane Fu- at Yankeetownand
back to lead by a run going C.1. level 3b 3 31 M. Hogan B-Ib 2 1 1 10 MovaNDU MAKFflfFORA' Davis had two doubles for gate both had two hits for Key, Newberry .r
Boyd ss 343 McGriff as* 200 Chiefland at Williston.The .
Into the bottom of the sixth. The Mclnto 2b 4 2 2Rlcard }b 3 I 0 I ST'ART'INGfNE Gainesville Gas which won on Williston. DeeDee Rone and
/ .
Holland p 331 Murphy H 21 0 IJA'KSWJCamera standings now have three
twice to take it.
winners scored Bethel 1b 420 Feather 1b 120 only six hits. Losing Med Stu- Richard Melton had three hits
White homered in the Wheeler e 332 LeMoyne as 110 r teams tied for the lead. Varie-
Tommy each for Variety Store. Maxie
dents hits
Hentgcs rf 210 Peck cf 21 0M.nl" got 12 as Hayes, Co- Ever happen
Store Yankeetown and
big fourth for the NCB nine. cf 311 Mat Hogan c 2" 0 4' W.Leis sesa.. f 4 N/ss lumbaro, Onsted and Morgan Fant was the winning hurler ty Ce-
Walker U 310k. Hogan rt 2' 0 dar all 5-3 while New-
Hughes Supply ran up a 19-9 Crom rf e 0 0 C. Hogan cf SIC had two hits each. Hoffmann for Williston and Stu Silvers Key are to ?
win over Baptist D.O.W. in an E. Pack If 2* 000Tetala It 11 Tatala 1101 homered 'for Med Students. lost it for Variety Store. berry is 4-4, Williston 3-5 and you

American game at Finley. C D.O.W. Oil .*- Should Dykes got three hits in as Newberry edged Cedar Key Chiefland 2-6. If you bought your tnsur:
Hughes Supply s2 7-lf Store 300 102 100-
Boyd had a grand slam homer WESTERN LEAGUEU. many tries and Congleton bad 3-2 and Yankeetown won 21-7 Variety once front a one-com

and was three hits in as many C. KlwanU r k Fire Departmentab abrh a pair to lead Publix. Hall 'from Chiefland in other games Williston 320 302 OOx10"TRY pany agent you were left

tries for the winner. M. Hogan Springfield e 4' 0 P. Parker p 200 had a shutout until the last inn played. all alone. If you boughtit
the lone bit for D.O.W. Schapirs is 311 Brogdon 500 Settle Issues Independent
got Foshee p 311 Raid If 000 ing when Road Prison scored Carlisle Wins through an
Stewart 2b 31 2 Weaver p, rf 210 twice. insurance agent you
Chesnct's Win.Chesnut's Penile cf 300 Springfield 2 0 0
11-8 triumph Jones If 1001. P'ker rf-p 2. 0 Smith pitched a two-hitter for I Tommy Carlisle got the win t had a friend nearby. you
over Carlos scored Hope an Electric Holland Kelly If If 000 000 Milllcan Dlnklns 3b 2b 200 200 NEW YORK AP) There Olympic Organizing Committee Livestock while Wigglesworth and Jim Elliott, former Gator \ could call on. --
Searles If 111 Davis cf 0 0Mc.herlO" should be no controveries over has intricate deviceto baseball hurler-outfieldcr, was
adopted an led the attack with two blows
in a National fray at Kirby rf 0 0 0 Kerns cf 000 the loser for Cedar Melvin
Smith. The winners got off to a King rf OOOMarderss 100 photo finishes in the Olympic settle all such issues.It one hit a triple. The winningrun Key. KirkpotrickEdmonson
Smith and
Wooton 3b 311 Krego as 101 Mac McKoy had
Games at Tokyo.Anticipating is a camera which not only in the seventh
fast start and then iced the Shelton Ib 311 came on a hits &
Totals 2111 Tatals I11 I hair's breadth fin. photographs the participants Smith and the three two each for Newberry
victory with three runs in the U.C.K. 001 Mlra )- single by ,4 i itl
fifth. Marvel had three hits for D.". ia ao#_i ishes both on the cinder tracks flashing across the finish line- 'bagger after two were out.

Chesnut's and Bishop matched Pint ,"- DIXIE LEAGUE Na. Can. Baptist and on the water, the Tokyo whether they be speedy runnersor II' Hav-A-Tampa counted four LauderdaleWin Jne.
INSURANCE
abrh abut eight-oar shells but also times in the second inning.
that for Carlos Hope. McCal'm ss 133 Nixon p. e 330
The Rebel League game between OrIon 3b 542 Home P,, 3b 4)2Newb'ry GHS FitnessPl'ogranl records the time to the one- I Duce had a double and two 31 N. Main 372-8438: )
c 420 White 422
p c
Kirkpatrick & Pierson Sheoard 521 Tur'lng'tn Ib 221 hundredth. of a second. 'singles and Dean a double and
Control Means P. B 422V. Poring Ib 0 0 0 This is a timing single to lead. Hall had a StringIs
and Florida Pest was W'man p, ID S 0 i Swells rf 201 gadget, con-
unreported: S. S'teha 2b 31 1 Geiger rf 100 Has ceiced and perfected by the double and two singles for
Plttman rf 200 Cawthen If 210
"
Today's games: S. Stella 2b 3' 1 Adkins If 100 Japanese after years of re losing Post Office. Hertel bad SnappedBy
B. Odor cf 101 Fender 2b 210 two .
search.It singles.In YOU
Lions .lrpr.lnr
National, Moose vs. ;; J. S'te'la cf 210 Smith cf 21 0
American, University City Wood Hoffman cf ss 332 100 New Phases will mark the first time in Saturday's games, previously THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KINGEDWARD" liana AGENT

Lions vs. Gainesville BuildingNEW Totals Jf IS 11 Totals U U I the history of these ancient unreported, CWA won Third-place Lakeland defeated run nut.e .
No.First Central Federal Bap. ooi|1f 0031)Budweiser Jilij Two new phases have been Games that instruments of non- from Post Office 7-2, Livestock Florida State. League leading

added to the Gainesville High European manufacture will be blanked Howard's TV 4-0 and Fort Lauderdale 7-2 Monday America's Largest Selling Cigar

r School physical fitness program used. Utility Dept. whitewashed night and snapped the pacer's .

Head Coach Jim Ni- The photo finish equipment is Smith Sinclair 110. nine-game winning streak.

black reported today. set up just before and just over City League games tonightwill Dave Campbell hit a 365-foot,

Wins Pair Starting tomorrow with registration the finish line. The movie cam- send Budweiser against three-run homer in the sixth in- THINK OOODYEARS COST MORE?
will be separate era is installed on a line with Guy Cleveland at 7:30 and ning for the victors. RighthanderEarl
fromMITI'MIWi groups for youngsters under 12 the tape. Schlitz meets Wings at 9. Griffin allowed Fort Laud- TRY THIS BIG BUYI!

ORLANDO Budweiser of years of age and physically The camera has two taking Last Night's Results erdale only six hits while his Famous NylonAllWeather

Gainesville, defending state handicapped boys. lenses-one for filming the contestants I (Division I) mates were collecting 10. Y "42"
softball champions, swept a twin Boys interested in the under the other mounted at a Publix 012 OOrt 0-3 8 St. Petersburg turned back
26" Sports Rider bill from Chastain's Restaurantby 12 group are asked to register right angle to record the time. Road Prison 000 000 2-2 8 Orlando 4-1 as Nick Hobar and : with TUFSYN

scores of 6-0 and 5-0. tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the i The design makes it possible Tom Smith homered. Hank Har- 3-T Nylon cord ,Iv.. this firs
weight room, accompanied by to: photograph both the figuresof greater atrenfth than other economyline -
den limited Orlando to four hits.
Bobby Barnes hurled a three-I I Legion Team tires. And Tufayn it the
1 hit shutout in the opener and :parents if possible. the competitors and time on Hal Caldwell's single drove in toughest rubber Goodyear baa ever
Bill McGee tossed a twohitterin 1' The handicapped boys will the same picture. Jeff Talbott for Orlando's only used in ar."*;***.
register from 9-11 a.m. accompanied -I The exposed film is developed Seeks First nU BI.* Wall
the 11.
nightcap, fanning
run.Jim NOW /95 Tube Type Plus
by parents and notes m seconds and examined Jedelsky and Bobbie Recap.
Ritch led the Gainesville their doctorson viewer. Then Kirk-II JUST .WaS'lS
Gene from respective through a the neg- DELAND patrick each scored two
hitters with a triple in the desired exercises.The ative is enlarged and printed Legion- team Gainesville'sAmerican Sarasota routed Daytona Beach Whitewalls only $2.00 more ,,-
will
opener and two singles in the punt-pass-run-catch-kick within 30 seconds for distribu seek 41. II
its first win of the
nightcap. part of the program begins at :tion to the judges and reporters. at 7:30 season in a Daytona Beach got a run in INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Not. Credit Cords
game : tonight with De-
only Budweiser will host Painter 5 p.m. and runs throughout the I Thus there are no long waits Land. -the first but was held scoreless
9S summer on Tuesday and Thurs- for determining the winners of I
369 of Jacksonville In III .1 Coach Dicks thereafter.
Poultry a Wesley said I
day nights! controversial races.
twin bill at Gainesville on Sat- Wayne Rick would pitch for Outfielder Dick Sims' infield I
i
The ultimate lawn mowing urday night.Budweiser Niblack reported a tremen- .Gainesville. single drove home Dave Best in I GAS WELLGOODYEAR

luxury. Cuts a full 26" dous turnout in the early stagesof GHS1,3 .1 Other starters will include the 12th inning and gave Tampaa '
022 200 0 6 4 the and predictseven II'
program
swath..powered by a Mike Gibson, shortstop; Jack 6-5 decision over Miami.
full 4 or 5 HP engine.Automotivetype Chastain's 000 000 0-0 3 more for the remainder of Eckdahl, first base; Ricky Catcher Wayne Martin homer.i TIRE CENTER

Barnes and Cook; Simmons and the summer. Win GamesGHS Guenther, catcher; Pete Rob- ed for Miami, and infielder Bill i

Carpenter. erts, right field; Brian Hipp,, Carnegie tripled two runs home 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489
Budweiser 002 030 0- 6 I
in the third.
Chastain's 000 000 0-0 2 Bobby Johns No. 1 and No. 3 teams second base; Al Simmons, third I
base; Jim Culpepper, 1 eft
McGee and Cook Buckman and scored wins last night in Senior -
; I League basketball play at field; John Combs, center field; t
Carpenter. Will DriveFord the Gainesville High school and Rick.

drive train. gym. The Gainesville nine will playa 44 rems'

No belts no chains.3 speeds Frank Jones The GHS No. 1 club won pair of home games Friday

forward" one reverse. 1964 from PKY No. 6, 51-42; GHS and Saturday with Ocala and

BUDGET TERMS! Fires 587 Set No. 3 topped Santa Fe 58-39; Fernandina Beach.

CHARLOTTE, N. C. (AP ) and PKY No. 5 beat GHS No.
JIM Frank Jones led the Mixed Bobby Johns of Miami, Fla., 2, 5546.

Doubles League at Palm Lanes will drive a 1964 Ford in major Tommy Parker led GHS No. RADIATOR "
VOYLES with a 587 set on 205185196.Jim NASCAR Grand National stock I I with 21 points and Boy .- ti!

APPLIANCES & TV. Anderson had a 534. Lee car racing events for the Hoi- Welsch had 11. Ronnie Koru *1 Service Center

419 N.W. 8th A... Green paced the women with man Moody racing team at paced PKY with 17. Danny Dennison !ujIIf

Phon. 372-5303 521 on 157203161. Edna Jones Charlotte. was high for PKY No. 5 CLEANINGREPAIRING y

... open Friday Til 9 P.M. had a 517.Team John Holman, head of the Hoi- with 14 points. Bill Boaz had 20(

..... No. 8 had a 2469 series man Moody operation, said and Jack Eckdahl 10 for GHS
and an 847 high game. Johns' first appearance as a No. 2. Carl Johnson had 21
.. member of his stable would be and Wayne Willis 14 for GHS "We Rod
July 4 In the Firecracker 400 at No. 3 while Fred Clark made Them Out" e

ro SPECIAL! LIMON YlIMEAirConditioning Daytona Johns, who Beach.had been pilotinghis 13 for Santa Fe., Motor Block

own 1964 Pontiac at occasional FlushedWe

Unit NASCAR events, joins "

Fred Lorenzen of Elmnurst HL, Pick-Up & Deliver

Plus again giving Holman-Moody a / ,
Installed $265 two-car team for NASCAR RADIATOR SHOP
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Charlotte, bad previously team-
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Tuesday June 16 1964 Gainesville! Sun .o.




Challenges DARE






____ Problems of Ag




.' the producer to the consumer. protein supplement deficit will realhe the full potential they

, From this study he said it is increase by 84 per cent. hold for us," he said. He ex-
in hoped that some guidelines can The decline in the energy plained that Florida's big ad-

be obtained for decreasing the feed deficit is largely attribu vantage in energy food produc-

I spread between the price the table to the estimated large in- tion occurs as a by-product of

agricultural producer gets for crease in corn production he the citrus and sugarcane indus
his commodity and the price! said. tries. "We need to develop our
to the consumer pays for it. Langham said he felt that the full potential in the use of the

In conclusion, Matthews en- feed: deficit provides the feed feeds," he stressed. "And, we

dorsed the objectives of the challenge for the next decade. need to continually appraisethe

operation DARE meetings and "We need to improve the quality market and transportation

added his wishes to the successof and techniques of handlingour structure for feed in order to
the development program. by-product feeds in order to I fill our deficit at lowest cost."

II'Ii I- .r labor Fertilizers., credit feed and equipmentwere pesticides
-
.i all in the limelight Mon *

,f day and today during the
..FI eighth of nine DARE con
ferences on the University of Matthews Urges

Florida campus.

I 4-H Club Vanguard sity Max of R.Florida Langham economist, Univer-told 4-H Delegates

I' industry leaders assembled for
_Arriving at the University of Florida for the opening of the first [ the conference yesterday that

j 4.H Club Conference are, from left, Eddie Taylor; Green Cove the DARE committee's predic- To Get Vision'U.S.
dent of the State 4-H Council; Don Wetherington, Jasper, treasurer; tions for use of agricultural

I t Copeland, Arcadia, "Cloverleaf" editor ; Mary Hedden, Ft. Meade, i chemicals show an increase of

dent; and George Taylor, Vernon, secretary.w. : 392 per cent from 1960 to 1975
\ he for fumigants. Insecticide use Rep. Billy (D. R. Mat- people, representing 46,000 4-H
_.
----- ---- thews last night challengedsome Club members in the state will
will go up 75 per cent fungicides
40 per cent, and herbicides 500 4-H club members, live and take their meals in

BUSINESSREVIEW 339 per cent he revealed. here for the first annual State Hume Hall during their weeklong -
The vegetable industry will 4-H Club Conference "to get conference the first coeducational

I continue to be the major user knowledge to get vision and to event in 4-H his-i
V'I said. have a purpose in life."
of insecticides, Langham tory.Today
The expected requirement for the 4-Hers discussed
to Matthews a former 4-H Club
youth leadership and effectiveness -
-- vegetables in 1975 is 12.6 mil- group
'
boy, himself, told the delegates
with Dr. J.
lion pounds 44 cenl t Ralph
up per
that he had spent 10 summers
Ramsey, University of Ken-
from the 8.7 million pounds
to I that used in 1960. working in 4-H Club camps as tucky sociologist steering the
were
1. I In discussing the situation for a young man. He praised the discussion. The purpose: of the
1.t Readers' and ideals of 4-H and
I It purpose morning to
workshop
I I feed in Florida, Langham re- was help
urged the 4-H Club members to
fRff the the
vealed that the state's curreni t lUve young people attending
I to their pledge: "I
I up conference become
S to energy feed deficit will decrease -' more awareof
\ I while the pledge my heard to clearer their own effectiveness as
I Tlit following market quotations II by 49 per cent
Ire requested speclflcilly by readers thinking, my heart to greater group leaders.
of the Sun financial page. The quota- T / I I
STOCK loyalty health to better
my
JL/lOl This afternoon the 4-H
ions art furnished by members -
II I I living and my hands to larger
n $$ will be entertained at a reception
Pierce Wulben Murphey I "
service. in their honor by Dr. and

Pan Amer A 1.20 70% Pacific SW Air Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostfor Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz at the University .

I -NEW YORK STOCK Parke Day.1.00 27% Mort Guaranty Ins of Naplesequipment agriculture, University of of Florida president'shome.

Pennzoil ..___ 2.00, 73% Pacific SW Air ..... Florida introduced Matthews. Tonight they will havea
EXCHANGEAbbott Eddie Taylor, president of the dance at Hume Hall.
moved
Pfizer .80a 45 Schlitz Brew has been to I
Phelps Dg ... 3.00 65% Secur Life & Tr ..-.- 1at the island and that $4 million I State 4-H Club Council, presented Leadership in action will be
Lab --------
2.40 38% Dr. York to the the of
Polaroid_ _. .20 143% Southern Nitro .. be will be spent in development before group. topic a panel discussion
.11 Allied Chem 1.80 52% --- The 4-H Conference, opened at tomorrow, with a barbecue at
Pub Sv E G 2.60 37 Travelers Ins any property is offered to I
I, Amerada_.Pt 2.00 82% Pure Oil 1.60 51% the public.He the University yesterday with Lake Wauberg and a square
delegates registering from 60 dance Florida
at
i Am Elc Pow 1.16b 4U4 Rayonier 1.00 35% AMERICAN gymnasium to
told a meeting of southwest counties in the state. The young top off the day.
\ i Amer Enka ,,.-,- 1.40a 53% Rexall .50b 45V4 EXCHANGE
Florida business and civic
Amer Hone 1.44a 66% Reyn Metl .50 37%

t. Amer M Fdy ?-?.-?.. .90 22 Rich Merr -...-....... 1.00 40% Aeroje-Gen ......__. leaders that work is now start- To
Armco Stl -...-. -.. 3.00 70% R C Cola .- -...-... 1.20 69% Analex Corp ..... coast.'r! ing on a hotel administration! Beat the Heat
; ,
Alch Topka __ 1.20a 31 Roy Dutch ,w.-... 1.73g 45V4 Aqua Chem building and utilities.

i\ Baxter Lab .-,-?-._. .36 22% Searle GD __ .90 61% Aurora Plastics More than 10,000 acres on Marco -I

;1'1 I Beckman In .- ...., 48% Singer ___ 2.00 91 Barnes Engineer ... Island smaller adjacent islands They Work at Night
I Beech Lf S 1.10 47 Smith Kin __ 1.20a 61 Butler Shoe and the Florida mainland

t Bristol My -..-....-.. .80 65V4 Sou Cal Ed -.-.._..... 1.05 32% Chromaloy .-_- south of Naples were acquiredfrom -

a Brown Shoe __ 3.40 91% St. Oil Cal ......-....... 2.00 6.12 Cinerama the Barron Collier family. STARKE The Green Post lowing morning.A .
I Brunswick .____ 9 .. 2.00b TlVi Computer Sci I
St Oil Ind last spring. Co., which makes fence posts lifelong resident of Starke,
Cambell S 2.40 37 Sterl Drug __ .65 27% Cutter Labs A from pine saplings, has switched Green said he could
Island I never remember -
'I Carter Pdt .-...-..- l.Ofla mi Texas Util .-...-..-. 1.20 58 Data Control The Marco Develop- to working at night to beat I
Case J I _._ 16 Textron 1.40 43 Fulton Inds ment Corporation was formedfor the heat according to owner any other time when it

I Cessna Air -........-, 1.00 24 Tidewater 28V4 Gen Develop the project. It is owned Harry Green. has been so hot for so long a

Ches Ohio .... .. 4.00 76% Trans W A .. -...-. 10%I Mackey Airlines .-. i ;; of equally by members of the Collier .time as at present.

:( Coas S Gas 31 Union Pac _.__ l. 0a 46V4 Mead Johnson family and Deltona, which "The daytime heat has been He said the extreme heat has

,i CBS ___ 1.80b 44% Und Air L .-..-......1.50b 52V4 Pac NW Tele will do all planning developmentand about killing us," Green said. I also caused about a 40 per cent

Comb Eng .--....,.-- 1.20 26% Upjihn .... ..-.. 1.00 53% Phillips Elec the construction. "The temperature was gettingup drop in pulpwood production.
Cone Mills .80 20% Jim Walter ...--. 30% Redwing Carriers to 104 in the shade and our

Cont Airl .40 23% War Lamb ....w.- .70 28% Ric Group __ by Perishable Food men were getting blisters on
Contl Ins 2.20 55 Worthintn __ 1.50 40% Sperry R. Wts. i their feet from the scorching Lynda BirdPoliticking

1 Contrl Data 106V4 Xerox -- 119% Syntex for Stocks Increase hot piles of bark they workedon.

Corn Pdts .-...-..-.-, 1.50 63 Zenith _--. -.-- 1.20a 70% Tampa Elec .
'. Delta Air w.- 1.60 78% Tech Measur .-.-.. WASHINGTON (AP) The "So now we've switched to

I Det Steel __- .60 14% OVER TIlE COUNTERNEW TWA WtsMUTUAL Agriculture Department reported working at night; the men likeit In Hawaii

Emerson El 1.00 43% YORK (AP-The following bid FUNDS today that stocks of perish better and we're getting more
j Fair Camera .____ .50g 21% 47 able foods held in cold I "
storageon He
and asked quotations supplied by the Affiliated Fund production. said they report LIHUE, Kauai, Hawaii (AP)
Finan'l Fed -...- _., 48 National Association of Securities Deat! Capital Life & Gr he June 1 were at a record high to work about five o' -President Johnson's 20-year-
Fst Chartr 1.97f 33% ers. Inc.* do not represent actual transactions for the date. They totaled 5.1 clock in the afternoon, and work old
the NASD's estimate Diver Growth .... daughter, Lynda Bird, vacationed -
Fla E Cst T--U1-1..UH.. 13% but are billion pounds. until about ,one o'clock the fol-
securi the
Food Fair .90 23% of the range within which these Dividend Shreas on garden island of
have been sold (bid) or __ Kauai
ties could Dreyfus today on the fourth dayof
FMC Corp -.. ..- 1.00 56%
bought (asked Fidelity a Hawaii visit
Capit that has the
Frito Lay .. 44%
Gen Tele .88 33 Alico Land ...w. .----- 7K Fidelity Fund MONEY'S WORTH trappings of a political tour.
Amer Fidel Life .-...... 23 Fidelity Trend _
Ga Pacif l.OOb 6H.
----- Lynda, has made
.. 24% rund'tal Invest a speech
Getty Oil _ .10 22Ti Amer Heritage -- shaken hundreds
20% Income of Boston of hands
Amer Mat Ins _" ,
Grace Co l.OOb 56 .
Hel Curtis .-. ..-....., .80 21% Amer Pioneer Life ...-....... 6% Incorporated Inc on Jobless Fight \l :< '.'..t.6.t signed scores of autographs
Anheuser Busch .... ....... 50% Keystone K-2 ..-.,.. ) laid wreaths at monuments and
IBM ... .. ._...... 5.00 476 -
"
with
Anodyne 4ii Keystone S-3 ...... \$ met top state and city offi
Int Min C 1.8Ca 70 cials.
I .. Citizens Bank ..... -- 34 Keystone S-4 = ,.,...
Int Tele .-. ... .. 1.C3! 54% .w-- ." ..
Kellogg -.._........- .8)3 43'- Comsat Corp 21 Life Investors ._-.... By Sylvia Porterwell .. .. .,. ,. She rubbed noses with Tongan -
Lehman CP .__ 1.34e 29 Conn Lt & Pow -.. ....--... 37% Life Stock Fund =J .,. .; '; ,r- and Maori children at the

t Litton In __.. 1.93f 62% Cowles Mag & Pb. 11% Mass. Inv Stock the into the "tolerable Polynesian Cultural Center at
unemployment" -opened
Lone S CM ,._.......,1.00 20 r.A Dunn & Brdst .. ..........- 19V4 Pioneer Mass. Inv Fund Growth. _- our range and the low All this up.has occurred even Laie across the island from
Marsh Fid __ 1.60 43% Firs West. Fin'c'1---._ 14% Honolulu.
est rate since the summer of though automation and other
Puritan Fund .,
Florida Gas ... ._ 10% -
/I Martin M .. ..-- 1.00 17% --- labor-cost devices
are
McG Hill .60a 35% Fla Nat'l Bank .-. .. 64 Putnam; Growth 1957.The saving Lynda, here officially to par
Mead Corp .._.. 1.70 48% Fla Tele _...-.-.....-- -. 26% TV & Elec .---,. jobless rate among adult rapidly boosting output per- ticipate in the Little White:
married the worker ) and the
men family (productivity
Value Line Inc .,.,...
Labs. ... 23 House Conference Childrenand
.. .. Forrest
j' M""erkd .. .- -- 2.ooa 36% .w. --- breadwinners is down to 2.6 fear is widespread that exist on
Mall Airl ....-- 4 .80 47 Founders Life...._..... 83'4 Wellington Fund -.. per cent even-farther into the ing jobs will be disappearingfaster Youth at the University o7

N Y Centl ...-..-.- .50g 35% Franklin Life .--.-.._.. 55% the "tollable u n employment"range than our economy's ability -Hawaii planned to spend today
Nia-M Pow 2.00 52%, GreatAmerican ..........._. 12% and the next three days on
China's and also the lowest rate to make new ones.
.. ... .. Grolier ... 37% neighbor islands
Norfolk W 6.00 131% to since the summer of 1957. In short, this could be the swimming,
Na'Ind P S .........1.48 Gulf Life ..-..._..-_...-.-- 56% Chief im- The total number of unem- breakthrough for which the architects -skin diving and sightseeing. ;

No Nat Gas 1.80 52% Home Ins 63% ployed fell 381,000 between mid- and dedicated supporters

I Olin'Math ..--.......,. 1.20 43% Jax Minit Mkts .... ....w. 6% and to of the 1964 tax cuts have
t April mid-May 3,640,000 Protest
.... Life _ 11% NEW DELHI ) Stage
I Owens II G ... 2.50 9n. Kennasaw a drop that was 200,000 big- been waiting since March. Right I
Pac G & E ,,.-....-. 1.00 31% Life of Fla 5% Communist China than expected at this sea now, the forecast of Walter Hel- SAIGON
...._...,. 19% its top military ger I South Viet Nam
:. Pac Lting ?.-.....-.. 2.40 60 Lowles Company ler chairman of the Council of
(AP-An estimated
_ 10% mander in Tibet, it 16,000 Cath-
son.The
Pac T & T 1.20 28% Milgo Electron ,
i .r.------ ed today. total number of employedrose Economic Advisers, that our olics staged orderly demonstra

} A spokesman for I to an all-time record of jobless rate would be "5 per tions in the central Viet Nam
I) FLASHES iles in India said of 70.7 million signaling a better- cent or below by the end of cities of Danang and Hue sun

MARKET from Tibet reported I than-seasonal expansion.The 1964" looks mighty good indeed. day charging persecution of
i Chang Kuo Hwa I number of jobs in our Of course the sudden sharp Catholics in their area.

The of stocks 1.2 it'll country today is two million improvement in our unemployment -
NEW YORK (AP) 60 at noon was up sight about I
i I than and the rate didn't "just Unarmed police and gendarmes
larger a happen.
year ago
stock market advance pickedup at 306.5 with industrials up 2.3, There have been !
I the number of non-farm jobs 3% You cannot shrug off this break- patroled the demonstrations -
and utilities 2.
this rails .3
I
some extra steam early up up weeks that the !
ed than this "natural" resultof and no violence was re
The Dow Jones industrial per cent higher at through as a
Trading was fairly average -liquidated for pro : I
afternoon. '
at 3.28 at i time in 1963. the fact that our current economic ported.
noon was up logica11eaninp. : I
active. of most key stocks 81684. I ap-I All this has occurred even advance is 40 months old.
Gains stocks per though the size of our labor Key credit must be given to.! Brazil
limited to fractions. A All the leading motor Youths I Purge
were in reductions of 1964
fractional with force has jumped markedly the great tax
few were up a point or so. were gainers I recent months. Our labor force .which are doing what they were I
Motors continued to pace the Chrysler showing the greatest ISTANBUL RIO DE JANEIRO (AP)-The
l has climbed 1.4 million in the .designed to do accelerating has
taken
and some stronger buying activity: Eighteen children government political
rally five months far above a and broadening this advance so
boosted the steels.. I Among the higher-priced Issues day and five were past !rights away from 80 more Bra
trend was higher among IBM gained more than 3, a truck was normal rise. .our economy can create addi- zilians in a final listing of per
The : All this has occurred even tional jobs to fill the needs of
retails, chemicals airlines I Xerox and Control Data about slide in northeast sons suspected of .extreme left
rubbers, I about million of our labor force.
t though one ,our growing close
building materials and 2 apiece U.S. Smelting 1. plunged into a leanings or associationwith
so-called hidden unemployedhave ; A sustained economic expansion -

I Gulf traded the regime of
Texas Sulphur on the Black Sea deposed
implements.The
farm stocks were about unchanged after erasinga .. -- tine headlines. Consider: come out of hiding as the I powerful enough to keep President Joao Goulart
cigarette The over-all unemploymentrate economy has gained strength. developing new jobs is the fundamental -
and utilities small early gain. New York Time I
electronics (c)
soft; drugs Prices on the'American Stock NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES JUNE 15 is down to 5.1 per cent These are men and women who solution to unemployment. President Humberto Castella
.
mixed. bothered by Exchange were irregularly High V Low Close Net Chg. finally off the 5.4 per cent pla had previously left I the labor Our jobless problem Is Branco issued the list Sunday
Bails; although 25 Rails 143.01 141.32 142.35 Up .44 teau of January-April and the force because they were thor .narrowing down to the untrain- a few hours before the purge

some strikes based on local higher. bonds were mixed 25 Industrials 820.62 809.67 817.02 Up 6.23 lowest rate since February"196o.. oughly discouraged about their .ed teen-ager and the older deadline set last April after the

grievances, were up irregular- U.S.Corporate,government bonds were 50 Stocks -- 481.81 475.49 479.69 Up 3.34 The jobless rate among adult job chances, but who have returned unskilled tough problems, military-civilian group over

ly. men is down to 3.6 per cent as opportunities have yes, but we can lick them. threw Goulart. :
to higher.
slightly
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What's your problem For a geftMany .7 \1
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I U'nA": ; I ever made anything too salty. Thank
\ DEAR ABBY: A reader in Montpelier asked if good chefs you.LOVES TO COOK WW6-. SAFE FOR HIM-BUT NOT FOR

I I had to taste their cooking to determine whether it was prop- f I HEs t S WAAY SNAIL: JIE'SNEVERXADAN
I MEBBE AH KIM GfTAWDEFIMTHETOLE> DRIV1Nc5ATHl5U5Gt41 / BUTNE'S CAUSED FJ
J erly seasoned, or if they could tell by smelling it. Well, my DEAR MISS VAN BUREN: I am now considered a first- 1 1 Iz M/LESANNOUR. \ d .41VDS:' o
father was a chef for over fifty years. He was chef to a class chef having worked my way up from dishwasher. I I IS GEMMULMAN WHAT'S SJS 1/ d/ lb {
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governor of New York who later became president I need have been trained by the best chefs in the business and they PARKED IN in M IDLE ); 0

not tell you that he was a fine cook, and no one ever saw never tasted anything, with the possible exception of soup Z O'TH'ROADjCD -rin I ruultn

I him tasting a thing. to decide if it had enough salt in it.I. can truthfully say =

1 CHEF'S DAUGHTER that the. only time I ever tasted anything on the job was <

.\ when I was young, inexperienced and very, very hungry. r'' 1
J. DEAR ABBY: I am writing this while aboard a Great Lakes JUST ALFRED r:+ r,ley ar
Merchant ship. I have been in the cooking business for over S ,* .. O } 0

23 years and the idea that a cook can tell how much sugaror DEAR ABBY: This should settle the question of whether 0 0 .4,
salt is in something by SMELLING it is the craziest the best cooks taste their cooking, or smell it in order to

t notion I have heard yet. Some herbs and spices, yes,. but determine if it is properly seasoned: I have an aunt who lost d

salt and sugar, no! both her sense of smell and sense of taste when she wasa (

P ALVIN J.L. very young girl. Yet she turned out to be a fantasticallygood
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DEAR ABBY: I don't know whether the best chefs in the cook. TILLIE IN TUCSON =: I'M TIRED OF YONDER s d
WAITIN' PER MAW, COMES
world "taste" their cooking or smell it to achieve the best *
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results. But I DO know that cooks who constantly taste their DEAR ABBY: In regard to the question of whether the TH'DADBURN SUPPER NOW

t own cooking never go to the trouble of getting a clean spoon best chefs taste anything, I would say they do not. I am MYSELFDONTRU5HU5

( for every "taste." Therefore, whenever I happen to see a not a chef, but have been a master brewer for many years. S

iii cook "tasting" the food, I avoid eating itif, it.is at all pos- We never taste beer. We take a clean, 4-ounce glass, fill it .., ,
1. sible. with beer from the large tanks in which it has been brewed, 1.

ANTI-GERMS LOOK at it, throw the contents on the floor, and SMELLthe fe
t J We test tanks of beer that
glass can 30 to 40 way. faS3

I I I DEAR ABBY: I don't want to brag, but I have a reputation If we tasted the beer, after the first sample, all the beer

1 for being an excellent cook. I never tasted anything. would taste the same. Z 1 Lqf 1ji H r / 1 \

i The only time I ever spoiled anything was when I made an MASTER BREWER 00

Ii.4 exceptionally large quantity of spaghetti sauce. I tasted it, DEAR BREWER: Thank your for interesting letter. I'D
j i and then added a little more salt. That was the only time bet your brewery has the "happiest" mice in town. t.rb

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t\ rapid Oblivion. The 7:50 O News ES, FROM THE MOMENTWE "' MOON MAID "' 'WHAT'LL VSWE TOLD METWAT
i Sportsmen Quartet appearas 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo DISCOVERED THE GIRL. JTDLD HER THEY DO IDURINGTHEIRCML
barbershop singers. THIS TREACHERY AND ABOARD THE COUNTRY WITH VS?)WAitTHEYTHREW
:1:1i Don Wilson, Mahlon Mer- 9:00 O Divorce Court '4 BETRAYAL WAS-THOUGHT MOST STOWAWAY SPACE COUPE, SHE PRETENDED 1'ALK! XCTHEIR ENEMIES 1NTTJM
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9:30 O People Are Funny _' Sr'r
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salute to the V
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barn theaters and t Op
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10:30 O CD Word for Word
It TUESDAY EVENING reruns of Lowell Thomas' concert, folk and jazz fes- O I Love Lucy A )\ yMk T m.
t tivals of the straw-hat cir
global adventures cover 11:00 O O Concentration aj
5:00 O Maverick cuit. Joining Ray are Jan-
f remote areas of the O The McCoys 0dl
O Best of Grouch is Paige and Ron Hus-
( world. Tonight: Thomas 11:30 O CD Jeopardy
5:25 O Greatest Headlines mann, the Errol Garner --
narrates films of the cap- O Pete And Gladys ; MEANWHILE/OIDYOU / H HE WANTS TO """ '
l Trio concert violinist YETI I
5:30 O Newscope ture of nine wild elephants 12:00 O CD First Impression MftSTANDLrfWEWANT 'HAV6ANAPPOINTMENT ( TALKWITHME UNDERSTAND/
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Serendipity Singers.O / THOROUGHLY/ 'DR.MORGAN, FATHER I 3*
Sports Sentali dance, and a village 12:25 O News MISS STANDLY
1 6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. bazaar. Garry Moore 12:30 Q CD Truth or. Zo .e,1
O Sunshine Almanac 8:30 O Moment of Fear Garry says goodbye to ConsequencesO
i 6:15 0 Channel Five News some of his old friends tonight Search for tomorrow Iii i7 I I

6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite "For Better for Worse." on the last show of 12:45 O Guiding Light .:

O Holiday A former actress with a the series. Allen Fun I t 12:55 O CD News .
does a "Candid Camera" 1:00 Q News ..
reputation as a pathological
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liar is blamed for a sequence; Roy Castle O Midday >< -'
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hit-and-run driving fatality Clowns. (D News 4, I
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her protestations of in- "Lives of a Bengal Lancer 1:15 O Focus i
O Discovery At The Zoo "
First telecast A melodrama of the 1:30 O ScienceO
[: "You Can't Be Every- nocence. sTB.
in 1957 on "Playhouse of swashbuckling lancers in As The World Turns -- -
thing. Different kinds of Stars." Bette Davis John the days when Britain ruled CD Ernie Ford
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i Franchot Tone Richard SHE WANTS YOU, 11
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Jim Bishop traces the B McHale's Navy O Password OFFICE YESTERDAY s
events leading up to the 11:30 G D Johnny Carson 2:25 O CD News i
I 9:00 O D Richard Boone WEDNESDAY ..
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German paratroop captain Play, "The I American Government: To Tell The Truth
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I and Gregory Klimov, Book.O Petticoat Junction I "The Presidency" as an In 3:25 O News S s ----I.' I Ia,1
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., "The Risk. Allen Ferguson 9:30 O Medical FeatureO 6:30 O World Civilization Secret Storm .
would like to teach at Jack BennyJack's
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has Novak's recommenda A sketch takes Bob and 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 4:30 O Burns and Allen
::UL ; THEN YOU'RE. DEFINITELY ) DARLING"I HOPE
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of alcoholism. Magilla NOT TO THE HORSE SHOW NOT FORGETTING] NON-JUMPING 50
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Cattle Roundup; How A boys are trying to get in 7:00 O B Today Story of Wall Street operator -E4o YOU'VE MADE YOUR DISTURB YOU,MAMA! tiLSIDE5 AT THE CHANCE yfe LUNCH I Il
microscope works The OWN BREAKFAST TO DATE LEE !
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to see a talent agentthesame Scheduled guests: Richard Jim Fiske and the MAIN! -AND MY GOLF HIS (
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one who started and ,
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mezzo soprano maneuverings that took I
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8:00 O Antiques LampsO them off at the Palace, Rise Stevens. place on the Stock Exchange -

High Adventure and who since booked O News Weather in the 1880's. Cary .:.:

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Stop De Gaulle II III Illi, jpcNYseuevc ) XM NOT CrYIN', IM ( I UEVff V0P COURSE I AM Ii.. 1 1I
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Overlookedin agreed to meet with his good you." and on the following Friday he u

all the excitement about the friend, Gov. Charles de Gaulle, "Good," the General said, announced that he was goingto I r l t 1 i'S
Republican nomination race is I on Saturday evening. "I don't want to get anybody run against President de U rk
: the fact that President de Gaulle > I
When the French newspapers mad. Gaulle. This was a big victoryfor
has indicated he wants to run heard about it, they printed In the meantime President de the moderates in France /

: again for another seven years stories that Gen. de Gaulle was Gaulle announced he had the and they said it might even save 1Ju

: as the President of France. .I going to endorse Gov. Charlesde election sewed up and he at. the Gaullist party. u 1

-: It can now be revealed that! Gaulle for the Presidency.On tacked those in the Gaullist The elections aren't until December iii) ..... i ,
a group of moderate French! Sunday morning the General -party who would tear it apartin of 1965, but at least the
citizens are trying to organize received telephone calls their drive to stop him. French people will have a
!
i a stop-de Gaulle campaign. from around the country and he But fortunately Gov. de choice which is what Gen. de

I These citizens claim that Presi- was shocked to discover that Gaulle had second thoughts ,Gaulle has been asking for all TVS CKLY TNWG\
dent de Gaulle is trying to the meeting had been interpreted about the stop-de Gaulle drive along. WELL, Ii SAVED YOU WAS Z SILT TFlS! -

wreck NATO, wants to pullout as a stop-de Gaulle movement ..i GuE55 Z DiDti"T WG / ThTHAT= FACT TAAT W:STOOl TOOL aACK,
of the UN, insists on atomic F1X TNiSc BizAKEswRYWE1 SWACXWAS \ YCU KNOW .
testing, and wants to sell Versailles Gov. Charles de Gaulle was TV Viewers Would PreferComedy )< SO FUMSV/ 2 f,

: to private industry. slated to go on the French tele- a DID :Z'o a pi

They say he will wreck the vision show, 'Rendezvous Avec Over Sick Shows'made I II '

Gaullist party and all the Depu- la Presse," at noon, and bit out .
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP by the Chicago firm of
ties will lose their seats. at the irresponsibility of Presi- 1
Television-Radio Writer Social Research, Inc. reportedin 'J
The citizens first, went to seeFrance' dent de Gaulle. But just beforehe
NEW YORK (AP) The the current issue of the trade 1 o 0o
$ top war hero, Gen. de- went on the air he receiveda i
American viewer still .
loves tel-
Gaulle and asked him if he call from Gen. de Gaulle who magazine Broadcasting.On 0.I
would join them in stopping said. "I hope you didn't inter- evision and has made it his the happy side of the ledger = .I.Ii'
boon companion of leisure the report found the publicwas I
President de Gaulle. pret our conversation of last 'I
hours but he is becoming more grateful for the 'incredible t
The General replied, "I will evening as any attempt on my
not become part of any cabalto part to join a cabal against selective about what he watches array of top-notch free enter- 1'r ., ,
ON/TAFTER
and ', ; ; cam xarvs FORGOT TO TELL''YOU..THE DANCES
more critical of what he tainment available appreciated _
President de
Gaulle. President de Gaulle.
stop WE'RE LATE; / P&NCES WITH FORMAL 6UT WE WONT WXKY ABOUT
I'm not going to stop or boost "No I didn't," said Gov. de sees.While its cultural influence and WISH WE'D 65 : A GROUP OF w is NOT PUNNING I
anybody. Of course I'd like to Gaulle "and as a matter of expressing satisfactionwith is not complaining so much TO STAY MORE THAN AN HOUR OK SO.

see an open election and I do fact I'm just tearing up my television coverage of real these days about the x rar' ..WE HAVE OTHK

have a preference of my own speech to that effect" events news specials and cials. cammer-I I PLANS'I

as to whom the candidate "Good." said the General. sports he was disappointed in On the critical side II< j I

should be, but I am not goingto consider myself a peacemakerand the past season's dramatic the medical psychiatric and so- i

reveal it to anyone." I believe it's my duty to go shows. He found them depressing cial-illness themes in many dra-I

"Would you do this?" the citizens around after the election and morbid, and concentratedon matic programs the report :caIv

asked. "Would you at least mend fences." troubled personalities. He called the past year "the sick -- .f E

meet with one of the candidates "Unless they draft me," said yearned for more rollicking es season". and expressions of a ,I ,. .

.,and tell him your philosophy the Governor "I'm not going to cape-type dramatic shows. desire for more shows with the Q .

on where you think the Gaullist run. I certainly will refuse to i That in essence was the finding good guys winning over the bad :: '

: pa:.y should stand?," be a part of any stop-de Gaulle I I in an audience study of over .. .
The General reluctantly drive, at least after talking to 600 viewers in 14 different areas of all things. -- F I Ib !



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I COPENHAGEN (AP) Premier with Khrushchev and his party Foreign Minister potentate AM. 0 6 E Y I Classified Only J

I Khrushchev arrived in Copenhagen -aboard slid smoothly into its i told a news conference 29.Cultivate rt ICE R. 0 i == -

today at the start of pier. Premier Jens Otto Krag,, eminent would like to land ri o. ANT I S .' DE'kDLIN'ESToes. ) I I
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three-week visit to Scandinavia -Foreign Minister Per Haekker. ships and 3O.Ropy POT A TO. 5 ;
a agricultural 33. Penetrate : thru Frt. -5 p.m. Day before pubJlcittow ;
and received; a friendly but up and other high Danish officials .and was interested in 36. Help 0 U T S I SOt. For ads to go In .Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
I S 5: For ads to In Mon. I Sat.
A K E go paper- pjtu
low-keyed reception from thin welcomed the visitors. ing a variety of pr 37. Armpit :: .'

crowds of Danes. All ship movements in the cluding oil. 38. Heavy SOLUTION OF Minimum' .n pd 4 llnesXFAMILY
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lack luster atmosphere harbor-one of the world's busiest jacket RATES
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pushing on for 42.
Disputant DOW8.
was in striking contrast to the i were halted for Khru.shchev's visits to Sweden 45. Car = 1 Insertion .. Jt.. We lIne _
how'oA and 1. Plate 9. 3 Insertions .... ._ ....,. :....... 22c line |
boisterous crowds which arrival The tightestsecurity Khrushchev was 46. Hooter 2. Anc. Cr. Insertions .... ..;.....?.'.......... 17c
enthusiasm for Khrushchev on precautions in Denmark 47. Twilight theaters 10. \ Insertions ................................. ................ I4c
tour Denmark's farm Total charge computed ty mvlttp'ylng total lines x rat '
his recent visit to Egjpt since World War II went, cluding the grain and 48. Pavilion 3. Departed 16. ed x number of Insertions.-.,. Ilnll!
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The Soviet liner Bashklria i into effect for the Soviet lead-.'of Funen Island south 50.49.Turn right 4. Domestic 18. ,
Stripling Objectives 22. s
NOTICE TOCREDIT3PLORIDA er's five-day visit. land. 51. Cr.underground 6. Galena 23. S Five letter. words per line I

STATUTES Four thousand police, many of r S 7. 24.
In tot Court of the County Judgi.Aladlel Haekkerup said his Fray
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County. Florid them imported from the provinces Same as 2 lines
la Prebate. ment would give its 26. 8 Pt. ordinary typ
!a ro: Estate of i were on the alert in thecity $ 7 f 10 9
I Mahalia Knight of one million people. such questions as Cyprus, an 12 Di.. Sam as 3 lines I
Deceased -
To An Creditors and ParsonS Having A Danish frigate and a corvette Danish troops are \ It I 27. ordinary type
Claims or Demand Ant Said Es- the United Nations peace :". : = : the Same 4 lines
stlt.: escorted the Bashkiria I ; : /S"- 31. 18 I rt.ordInary type ;J
I notified and S
hereby .
of are Germany."We
You and each you
and reQuired to present any claims through Danish territorial wa '
and demands which you, or either of ters. agree with the 18 it t 0 32. I.
you. may have against the estate of 34. 24 Pt Same IS S line* a
Mahalia Knight. deceased late of said I The crowd watching the ar attitude of the Western %1 ordinary type
County. to the County J,dge of AI.cI\U'l on the German- : it ZJ hj I
County. Florida at Pill of ice In the rival, restricted to some 2,000, pcoblem 35.
( court houie of aid Cojnty at Gainesville applauded.mildly as Mrs. Khru said. 27 U- The Gainesville; Sun will be 9
Florida within six calendar months i rIOt responsible for mere than
t from the time of the I first publication, shchev appeared on deck with I Haekkerup said hfs ; 39. I incorrect Insertion nor will It be Habit for any error In on'l
j itlsement to
of this notice. Each claim or demand 31 it a greater extent than the cost of the space
.; shall be In writing and shall state the, her husband. ment had no intention ble to look glamor' pied!i by the Item !1ft tile *t d .place of residence and post office address with 5f ,. 40. can knit 4 capital be Trtmr; that dO not materIally effect thl value of
of the claimant and shall be The Soviet premier was also) I cussing Khrushchev /"h I"'h"h 41. mink. the I
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I sworn to by the claimant his agent. accompanied by his three mark's membership marvel takes
"or attorney and any such claim or n- 31 40 f/ ) balls of
demand not so filed shall be void. daughters, Julia, Rada and El North Atlantic Treaty !: 42. give mink mohair.: look. The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of ISlnt or NoI

D.-sD.E.. White E. White As extcuter of the Last ena, and ,a party of Soviet officials tion. '- 44 U--- In, coins all sites.for dla"S'IKting. any the Classification advertisement clan Which,, It Odv.rtisemtn&deems oblectlonll from and to -

? Will and Testament of Mahalia Knight. Foreign Minister "C t 43. add 15 cents for dered '" conform to "" polley 01 paper. Thai oiNm5asesewrmsetoiwS00Im =
deceased including T JT- -
ist-ciass mailing
First PUbliCltlon'June t, "*.. Andrei A. Gromyko. / 44. Send to I
(3400) *.,. 16. 23. 30 Test Flight Gainesville Sun ;
With the Danish government I r------ t.. P. O. Box 161. --------u4IIIWIIIIIIum.inrn. SSSSS ."

R.C. FUN PARTYTHURSDAY avowedly determined to avoid For New X15 ;;..;,...; I Et plainly. New PATTERN York 11. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Male Help Wanted
ADDRESS and
any discussion of its defense
COCKTAIL Waitress. Over 25 WANTED
ties with the West, it appeared I new 1964 Needle old. Apply in person to Thirsty years .. Ie. also a"lubrIcation experlnced i mechan.
10 A.M. EDWARDS AIR ever 200 desIgns. Gator. 633 N.W. 13th St. Merton Motors. man. Apply
that trade would be the big itemin ) must If you knit, 703 N. Main St.
BASE Calif. AP A
( )- 'Raiders'
PART
sew. embroider. RECEPTIONIST. doctor's cffl e. TIME lob for mln lvail.
talks during Khrushchev'svisit. nated X1S rocket plane General office work. with typing able to work In afternoons after
16 COM- essential. 1 girl office. Permanent .5 O'clocrt Ind I"
: Clay
some
I 5 S a high ride but didn't fly PATTERNS In de resident. Write Box 441-A SeturClars aid SlndaYL Apply'
Book. For begin CoO Gainesville Sun. Giving age. Clarke's Shell TIre Service S.
50 cents now! marital status and experience. Main at 4t,, Av.

LAST 2 DAYS "SWDRIVESN I day.The research craft Offered WANTED lady experienced as dry 13-Help Mate
or Ferns).
cleaning checker. No pnona call*.
its B52 mother in
IT'S NEW I ship See Mr. Welch. Stocks' Cleaners

I FILMED IN THIATISRa designed to check control I I 441 SE 2nd St. PLACEMENT Office. Professional SERVICE

FLORIDATHURSDAY RI.2 Fl tems which cannot be ) Cuban exile Army, looking HOUSEWIVES nave a business who of says your you own?cant No Technical

the ground. The craft was raids on Cuba Castro operations. Investment necessary. See Connie . For College Graduates
3 Hits! Robblns Hotel Thomas Tuesday. appt. Call 3H6377 .
NOW Superb 10-12:00 ,
ified after a crash : today of mili June 16. at 7:00 P.M. A.M. 2-4:no P"M,

Big Twin Oscar Show 1962 and is now t help. Manuel Ray, head WAITRESS. good hours. good pay. S ...-. Monday PERSONNEL through CENTER Friday '"....
the X15A2. tionary Junta, who Apply in person. Wonderhouse J02 NW 2nd venu.

4 *Best Actor* Equipped with said Cuban tioned May 20 as his ; Restaurant.Sears. U S.W. 1st St. behind COOK in'. wanted.Apply aOOd In hoiJl. gOOd .;;:

*Best Actress* tanks, the ship is in Exile will entering Cuba to SECRETARIESELECTROTEC hOuse BehInd Restaurant person 14 S.W.Wonder.1s' St.

*Best Actor* about i s tan c e to underground, was CORP Selrs.
Supporting fly 5,000 miles ,per SHORT -
rious plans." Miami. After his June Daytona Beach Florida) : ... Ion to Order Humgty Cook. Apply l" per.
nearly 1,000 m.p.h Dumpty
Open 7:00. Show 7:45 ; rant. 310 Resta"
MIvzPwmc *
N.W. 131" .
the current X15 speed rec second in com by British authorities SECRETARY St.FESSTUOE5E
See 2 Lot As 9:30 HOUSEWI .
I Bay of Pigs armed party reported To Controller) S Ira mon y. your own hours. ea"

c : f11P8I. SIDNEY POITIER head of the for Cuba, he said he required Executive In secretarial manufacturing experience Indus >4 5'4_car';00.needed.. m. to CatI 12:00.37,68 fro no m

Lilies of the Field 0 approved again "sooner try. Compose letters take dictation BOOKKEEPER
coordinate supervisors for home construe:
He has think." schedule's. Familiarity with financial 'ion Office. Must be experience
O1 C.I 'F It
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METROCOIOII nkii accounting contractual I 2.,115.
PAUL NEWMAN
j j'C from Wash. terminology preferred. i>* T-TIME
A spokesman market research";
HUD i served with the for a asssi to
SECRETARY" r.M work in
group, the ; lenet.. Prefer eXr!
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TROY DONAHUE .s.e ance, said (To Chief Engineer v : fling 'work. Car"and. helpful.some ev.
214 NW 13th FR reaching here military chief tound a while Requires experience as secretary qualifIcations to NatIonal Wrlll Rtsefrcls .
Also in Ocala Eloy & administrative assistant to a
Dixie FOUndation.
PARRISH
Friday
Cuban coast. night m
Walt maior engineering Familiarity _AVMUf'._ Third
Menojo, cannot be M.'S pictures drivers manager. New York. New VertI .
that mob. book to address wIth) mechanical engineering -

..' .I DI.ey. -STARTS FRIDAY- i in mid-May "obvious reasons." COO._ terminology preferred. 6 Work Wanted Femal.lt .
wt sise LWIS
Tiiomassna HEY THERE, SUBURBIADRIVEIN threats, Menoyo who bracelet attached.with 7-11 Mln-tm. BkprMach ( NCR) COLORED lady would totes.

THEATRESHOWTIME. Castro after Newberry. Rd. Re- Requires some experience in accounting Care of elderly Person 14 yr,.
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I .0 0400u..tv debit and bookkeeping eXPerlencl as
IT'S YOGI BEAR nurHS'
--- of activist Second National days aide 5
one Fr machine work. Excellent typing per wk Phone 372"742.
7:30 SERVICE sXllls required. Will train on machIne WANTED| "
- are getting cambray during the wnte
housekeeper Rv
If necessary salary commensurate In. to ;
HAMUSTN "FASCINATING" Herald 'Trib. I I the mobiliza'I against Fulgencio Special .t- wltn experience. drn.! Widower Phone FR with 2.2161 3 school chiL
John Wood >>fr "A SMASH" NY Mirror the or elderly. IF after 5:00.
who main. appeared from 1 School. FR REPLY TO: YIKI want Ironing done Call

EJ] an th any AT* 3 4.4.'f'o' with the un- He said he would i State of Fla ELECTRO-TEC Director of Industrial CORP Relations Lincoln Fit 6-2911.Estalf"151S,. S.E. 13t" Place.

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7 !!! Omega, INFORMATION PO Box 667 Ormond Beach Fla. 17 Work
g/l: newleym : arrested last guerrilla and sabotage (An equal opportunity employer) Wanted Malt
around
in
while: connection with rider to share WORK ".OREAKvI LAWNMOWING Joe. '
Shelley Winters-Peter F HOUSE have own
I the small worldofSamm Lee Grant Ruby with an armed ground. Phone FR hours a day spent outside the v.i ;.Wilt also cut htdgeL Call.

reorganization L home can be very stimulating AN will dO

: Leei "AO 1 Cuban: .I ary A Recovery spokesman for NOTICES to Cosmetics.profitable represent and Call"self-selling"fun.Mrs.Well Fulllngton train Avon you Work cleaning phone. Can SatisfactIon painti"be Urpent.r" contacted and cement Work.by

guaranleed.
I N m n moan AooumA wenmkAf CECOMMENOfOI OF FLORIDA I forces destroyed a model automatic FR 20421.WAITRESS. Pilon. Fit .8096.
T CIRCUIT. IN AND machines. No experienced hours S.
rL UI d 101 MATISIE ftT THE eastern Cuba in
IS g p ON THE WAY AISDIENCIS'CLEOPATRA" other foray is on its May, appliques to, stitches do the to Humpty 12 P.M.Dumpty Apply Rest.urlnt.-.jIG In person to ..'." 18 Schools- fir Institutions

mono- .
mntnLw N. W. 13th St.WANITED SHORTHAND
uuna wwr. aw of Pigs invasion hems. Etc. 1575 $SecretarIal Courses- BUSINESS LAW
total
price. 115 Ladiesreadytowear Classes nowI'
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iorming.
Artime heads the 376-1075. I Howell's Business Col.
more WHICH particu TAX .Department -: lege. 21'$ W. Unlv Ave. FR 5-3307:

i ii X Pecan Heights; ChiU Car Real I Estate Exam
I N & S In NE Aid to Man-
I as follows: 3 COURSE
i ThisBag I I SE cor. of SE Vi TOT ager. Excellent ATTEND First lesson free.
; Lot *, Block 1. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEoE

I 75 W.ft. 316 of chs.S. '.32 of Exiles SCHOOL salary I benefits, _COLLEGE*K, 6-3307. 3723777.211 W. Univ. Ave

__ I 2710-22; Vi acre : : sea for yourself. and working con- MEN & women 11 to 55 to train for

\ I i elementary school Examinations.
LR ( Hawthorne. Sec. I Cuban exiles has for children. 3 experienced. Apply send name address For & Information Phone No.'
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a peak of 32,000 Planned program Key Training Service. 112 W..
cases
\ in person to Adams St.. Jacksonville ..
1962, to 14,000, the
corporations In KORT Personnel Office 28 Livestock & SUPpli4sPALOMINO.
,
; I any lien or claim gee Center reported 372-6667
I described herein:: J. M. Fields StereoMANAGER
that the City In private 4
home. gelding'
BOIJ- 9 yrs. old.
; .
r" yK/ filed Its Bill of I The 14,000 cases 372 73 5. excellent cow horse or pleasure
.
I named Court to about 28,000 new parade saddle outfit.
t certificates with persons. : TO GO AND for beauty shop. Must have I foU, First 1375. Also small child's
the pircel I horH. Ph. .
upon mum assistance, TO DO lowing. Requirements: neat and 4755442.WAP4TTOSEE
In the following
1 I amount of such by the Health, good personality. Pay based on your hogs properly'
Is a "Badge'' and penalties, Farm u. ability. Write Box 440 C-O Gainesville finished on dry lot or pasture.
t of land as set Welfare Department, family camp- Sun. then fry CPA Cooperative Mills
12
parties hiking pet Porfcmaker
meal
or pullet
Distinction.MOST i l Complaint being monthly per family. riding. Reason- *. Special for JUN. FMX
of I" > In the follow ion and rates. call 12 Mal Help Wanted GainesvHIe or Alachua. Phone FR
I T.M.W.. HI. 4, Box 2- Of 5 or 46 1-21 Os.
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\ AMOUNT r Harry Lyford, Fla.
FOR SALE
3. Pecan Black Angu.--: ftuiT
OF the time car- NEED Immediately mechanics ((2)
your I SIM.40 spokesman, attributed calves M months: not register.
rier-boy looks ond acts like / i 1 'described N & S I fare reduction to :f- salary exoerlenced group plenty Insurance of work paid good va- +PM 4. Call. FR 2.4679 after 7.00

any other teen ager. But when : I: In a aq.I Cubans and to cation.Manager.Phone PR 25433.PARTS Mr. .Elrod Service

,he puts on his newspaper bag. I I| of SW V.. S 52.70 'gees themselves." MAr% Permanent_employ 30 PETS & SUPPLIES

S he becomes on alert, responsible i Pecant : he HELP WANTED ment. Reply in own handwriting
businessman t S 50.08 past year, said giving age experience refer ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Cowl
young who for wafeit stock, and FR
chs. of cases have been ences. P. O. Box 503 Gainesville. pets.
2-0033.
I performs vital service to the I i 1 ....chs. of Dry Wail men. Hangers and fin-
Section ly. hour demon ishers. Experienced Phone
community as well as to the t1ItEUTI1JS per only.
S ".21
Refugees are being Studio Girl FR 600\07. FURNITURE
newspaper. A newspaper route I corner or Part Time.
per Deed at between 150 .and after 6- WANTED
UPHOLSTERYFor
is one pf ,the few opportunitiesleft Sec. 26- PLUMBING SERVICE MAN
,
in our modern world where I Original S 44 51 Lyford said. In all, I ,. of Typing.book- HE MUST: call top qualify workmanship'

a young man can earn a I' S 61.3 been transferred from Ample starting Have a City License 372-6142
limit. Unlimited Stay sober
weekl/ profit take trips ,jjj amounts schedule.set out In all states. It was for woman Be reliable GAINESVILLE
win valu- Prefer perme- Be willing to work all. hours .
prizes gain as provided by many others taken Send resume er Live in city UPHOLSTERY

able business training and ,1 "taxes of this together suit rolls were young to Box 435 c-e Give Have references a phone Free ISM Estimates NW.-UTS Pick St... and

develop poise confidence and \ are sought to for anti-Castro delivery.FREE.
m this suit Junior or senior
initiative. .... -" HE CAN EXPECT: -U-
to appear or Cuba.Melbourne. Phone FR 6- 766. Good pay
to said Bill\
If between the
are positions beginning Steady work
you ages _________ .the 13th day of
I ________ and full time Paid vacation ESTIMATES
of 12 and 16
and would like fail to do so en typing necessary. Time & half over 4 hours FURNACES
i ucl
the Bill will be Quality
more information on how you Men. thrw
S can become a Sun Carrier Doe* YOUR/ Son Hfre t Route?" yeu' and contesting you will: FR 2.2fOCI. Call SHOCKLEY 372-C4S5.PLUMOItIG.4NC.,. CENTRAL AIR. I

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of land will Office work jvi
I srlesmon call FR 2-8441. A If not. urge him to apply for the nei of said Court for Gets >>4S. experience CARPENTER wanted to worn'In CONDITIONERSBest I
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S will be happy to taxes and Interest na and perpetual High iprags and Alachua area.Phona
representative rout opca in your area-where he e*' and the costs of Phone OT-CT77 454-1104 after 1 00 P.M.
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talk to '
Non-ynion
you. 7.n.- I \
torn spare hours into earnings avtraining. WASHINGTON (AP) for Howard
I I have here _... Apply f to PAINTERS paper hangers, tap
I official seal of Service Co. of to 4 ".M. in per rates CaN Commerlcal Painting Best In equipment using' hvternalty
: ; day cf June 164. NW. 13th St. Inc. FR 6-2751._ insulated ducts designed >
has been awarded a engineered and installed
I Court grin experience. ELL BOY over 21, hors .:ee '
Air Force contract for or afternoon. P.M. to '00 P.M. FR 3-1463 by I
t fk Sawyer Motor Tom Sawyer Motor Inn. *' ALL AMERICAN HEATING
<&aint5uill &uu I and maintenance of & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
ROUTE service man wit .
I I i JONES missile re-entry data in eftce pars Paiatk' age JS to IS. '. high S S ... PH. 376-8258
able to type and school education preferredGw- 1930 NI 23r4 BM.
i system at Holloman Apply W. T. ante commission. Apply inpeton.
: -tsvU- Shopping sa N. Maul St. G.iNs'u. 24 Hour Senice
Base, Alamagordo, N.. ,, .... F.... _

1 SAW THAT ?LVER, J3HO STATL'> CRDeW Fax UP PROMT MME/; ....-k
YOU COT TWO 6ENERAL-WHEM ./ Xj BOTH-BY. AAJLM WCOYS6.D i>CEW-BUT 1 l8ill1/fE 1W5. LVTt TVS kATlOSAt )IS O\i'?.'OJ') KJVKAMS :
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OP RRES FROM THAT 141 1i Ii,43Ud&F 'ICU rftiEA JEPE/ AfII'D
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.35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for :Salt 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sole '35 Houses 'for Sale :35 Houses for S.U
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IDEAL for couple or small family. I .
3 BEDROOM 1 bath. CCB. screen
Small 3 bedroom CCB h 0 m e. WORK SHOP WELL located home for sale. Owner
ed pOrch. air conditioned. central 261* N.E. 10th Ter. 3 BR, 1 bath EXCLUS.IVENORTHWEST RedfranksRealest
heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street, FR Extra large closets. Nice sized CCB. carport and utility room. CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR, I'/i bath, graduated and will give Immediate -
2-6729. yard. Is vacant now. Has been central heat and paid-up pool dining rm* Fla. rm.. Ig. util. occupancy. R e cently
THE TIME IS NOW. lived In only 2V* years. Small membership. Reduced for quick rm., fenced back yard. near painted and in excellent condi-
COMPLETELY furnished 2 bed- down payment, small payments.To sale. Phone 3725994. schools & churches. 372-1774. tion. Why pay rent when you SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet te
room frame home. about 1500 see. phone FR 2-2940 after 2 BR can pay less to own. 376-4055 WOODED 93 X 164 Let
frame
freshly painted In &
Sq. Ft. in good condition. Located 4:00 PM. DO THIS UPit makes a top 1242 N.E. 6th Ave.QUICK CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING
near bus line and Stephen buyl 3 BR, plus IV* baths plus out. Back porch. shade trees oak Bedrooms, 2 Baths Paneled Den,
IN NEWBERRY 3 BR, Fla. Rrrw floors, terms $200 dn. and *55 RED I-
BRICK SOUTHERN COLONIAL
HW floors WW
Foster school, at 822 N.W. 39th plus carpets plus SALE Living Room, Dining Room, Electric -
1 bath, kitchen, living rm.. dinIng monthly. Located near Univ. Ave.
beautiful lot 100 141 sep. OR plus pantry, plus eat. on Vi acre of landscaped
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr Ave., on x Built in Kitchen Large
rm. Block home with 2Vs bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. Immed. rounds. Entrance foyer, liv-
Also car shed and work shop. $100 In kitchen plus draperies, plus I A corner property In NE section. Family Room. Hardwood Floors.
down payment. $100 month. 12.- acres of land within city limits. fenced. plus shrubbery plus occupancy. See It and phone I 4 BR 2 bath, Fla. rm.. built-in FR 2-1053. Open House 3-4 P.M .,g room with fireplace sep
House to Rent? 000. Credit report required call Price $14,000. Phone 4722459. convenience to elementary high I 7170. oven & range, air conditioned, 1911 N.W. liSts Road irate dining room, built-in
FR 6-2524 or 6-6710. CREEKSIOE over ONE ACRE on schools and shopping. SUBTRACT fenced in yard. completely kitchen, Florida room 3
Hogtown Creek. Small frame selling and closing fees (Its by NORTHEAST landscaped, dbl. carport separate SPACIOUS bedrooms. Coun-
5-ROOM FRAME house screened house, beautiful natural setting. owner). 5% per cent. FHA-$97 3 Bedroom, 2 bath home many patio. pool membership. Low SEETHIS try estate like living. near
porch, reduced for quick sale, mo. incl. T & I. CARRY built-in features on large lot. down payment. Call 372-5203. Country Club. Asking only
$2,495. Phone Cephis Goodman your FHA financed-$500 down $14,500 and all reasonable of.
paymerit.
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MODERN. Cool and Convenient.
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS own figures as an offer to 719
vacancy 528- 3U, Williston. Littlewood-Westwood area. Cen- N.W. 19th Lane. Call 372-37S4. BY OWNER 3 BR house on large spacious two story 4 bedroom t9rS considered prior to July
FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. tral Heat and Air-cond. Built In tree shaded lot 1 bath central 3 bath home with 2 sleep. 1.] Call 376-0817
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit home located in Westmoreland kitchen. Closed two car garage, NORTHWESTClose heat & air cond.. Fla. rm. Will ing porches located in a very desirable '
Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt 3 bedroom, 2 bath. GLADYS SMITH to school and Shopping. 3 bed. sell unfurn. or semi-rurn. Phone NE neighborhood. ONLY NICELY FURNISHED J bedroom
2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family rooms 2 bath home with famIly 3767293.BY $16,000 with $1200 DOWN. frirne home on over an acre
Rm. & living Rm. dining area. BUSINESS LOCATION Retail bus room. This Is a very nice home of I. land convenient to Medkaj -
SERENOLA ESTATES for the OWNER roomy 3 BR house, $AU DOWN-3 Center. Everything like
Central heat, built-in kitchen Including iness or Professional Office. growing family with only bedroom masonry
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards House can be converted. Lot (5 Lovely residential lots new school 11,500 down payment. convenient to Littlewood School.. home with built In even and fey. Total Price 58.200 with
walk to schools close to x 150. 509 N. W. 10th Ave. RE. opening In September, priced from FHA guaranteed of $1450 for balance$450 down 512.500.Equity and range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 terms. MAKE AN OFFER.
what COSTS YOU U of F & medical center FHAS22.700. DUCED $1000 below FHA Ap 3500. Call 372-5393. per month.SOO.DO .
I Here's your Vacancy Down payment 1700. praisal. Cozy cottage with firs.place. DAN BYRD take FR 2-6477.over contract. Avail. 2 wks. LOW DOWN PAYMENT and monthly -
Immediate occupancy. Drive by Low down payment. Can S. W. 35th AVENUE $ DOWN-Large 2 bedroomtwo payments less than rent.
be rented. Extra ASSOCIATES INC. NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath, story frame home near Kirby Sevtral available Northwestor
EVERY DAY until it is rented : 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler nice large home, built-in Northeast. Call 376-0817
Brothers, 372-9545 dally 376-9048 range and oven fireplace. New Jade DeYot Realtor carport and utility room. 9000. Smith School. ONLY $60.00
night. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates FHA commitment. Call 372-5393 Associates $400 down. $5 month. Phone FR per month. for \details.Claude
for an appointment. Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway 3355 days FR 6-4311 nights.
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 3 BR. 2 bath home with screened Christine Stone WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 M.I'Reef"\ Franks Realtor
In porch. carport pool member Member Multiple Listing 125 N. W. 13th Street WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD bath homes with central heat air Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW.
ship. $550 down take 80 ACRES Walking distance to schools. 3 E. "0411" Harris. Associate
paymentof 372-2511 conditioning
up 435 N. E. 1st St. 37--2443 and Florida room In
$40 per mo . $1.33 per day $87 per mo. Phone 372-1038. Arle T. Smith Realtor Plus 3 bedroom 2 bath bornecentral Call night or day BR, 2. baths home In SkylineHeights. the Littlewood! School area the
heat, oak floors 20 miles Study. hardwood floors Gainesville 7 N.E. lot St. Phone 376-0817)
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.,2 Mabel L. Gore Associate from Gainesville 15 acres pecan McKINNEY built-in range *' oven. Cent. Idylwild. High School areas and Res. 376-1927 or 372-7943

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day bath. Central heat, central air LOOK 'EM OVER grove 45 acre permanent pasture. heat. Shaded back yard. Call
cond. Northwest. 19000. Call 20 acres unimproved. Tractor, 3764)862.)
GREEN $1000 DOWN
Spacious 3 bedroom
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$55 per mo . $1.83 per day $60 376-2927.Month. New. CB home low 1-$750 DOWN & move right Into mower. Call, harrow 3735393.GLADYS fertilizer distributor. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year Westwood., 2 bath masonry home In E. C."CURLY"'
DEATONREALTORS around home on SW side of Lake Large corner lot.
down payment. See at 210 S. E. this sparkling clean 3 BR 1 bath
Santa Fe 25000. If Interestedcall KUEHN JR.
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 3724492. CB home at 527 N. W. 36th Drive. SMITHRealtor 475-5475. I ,
Stove Ref. & Dishwasher included. John Merrill Homes. Lots. Income. Business -
Littlewood School. Priced NortheastOne $75 per mo. $500 down. 3 BR 1 and Lake Property.
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day NW SECTION 3 BR 2 baths, at only 12000. Associates: bath screened pOrch. cent. heat. Farms and Acreage.
large carport & utility. rear terrace 2-SMALL DOWN PAYMENT' and Anna Hinson Ben Griffin bedroom compact MASONRY patio appliances. Near schools. Realtor "
excellent condition. Good own this BRAND NEW 3 BR 2 Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes HOME on I corner lot for the NE Ph. FR 22714.UTTLEWOOD. MULTIPLE E. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day terms. 3725756. bath luxury home on Vi acre Member Multiple Listing YOUNG married couple. Completely Associates Marcella LISTING 638 N. MAIN ST.
: Pardl
FR 6-2032 FR 6-6514
For Sale by owner. 3 large bed lot at 3649 N. W. 16th Ave. Cent. furnished Including electric AREA W. H. Buchannan Broker
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day rooms, Florida room, hardwood aircondltioned. Beautiful builtin range and refrigeratorTilebath. 4 BR 3 bath, 2050 sq. ft. living
floors, 2 full tile baths. CCB elec.: kitchen. Family room. Double All this for $6,700-call FR. area. central heat built-in kit. !tJi lIUa'mIIIIIIIJHmmmIlJJlllWIIUlIIlUJIl1mUlIUIIIIIII!! !JlllhlDlIIDtIilllllllllllJlmnllnnnnllllmllllllllllllllllnm!lt1J111
home. $17,000. 1110 N.W. 36th carport. Lawn sprigged and PARRISHPRESENTS 2-3617 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High,
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Ave. FR 2-1265. landscaped. Priced to sell at 2 blks. from Littlewood elem.
123,500. school. Ideal for Ig. family or :
WHY PAY RENT? 3-CONVENIENT to shopping and Good ValueYou family and elderly COMPARE !
persons.
$85 mo . $2.83 per day New
per homes, $9.500. 3 bedroom tile schools at 607 N.W. 19th Ave. will find In this 3 B. R. 1 bath Priced for Immed. sale. 3449
bath $45 per month. Located on 3 BR, 2 baths large LR with home In the Northwest area. Only N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893. I .

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day S.trade-Ins.E. 45th Call Terrace.FR 22372.Also some fireplace. Fla. room. Unusual and $400 down and $88.00 a month- 208 N.W. 36th Ter. 3 BR I bath B BI
attractive In and out. For Call FR. 23617Income
only A PERFECT HOME beautiful and FHA. close to grade and |Ir. high THESE HOME VALUES
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day EXCELLENT BUY $17.500. See It. spacious for gracious living located school trees and hedge. take over
Central air conditioning & heat. 3 4-$750 DOWN & LOW monthly In a choice Westside location I Property contract for my down payment. BEFORE YOU BUY I
BR, 2 bath, built-in kitchen famIly payments on this like-new 3 BR, this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home Available August 1st. Ph. 372-
$100 per mo . $3.33 per day rm., fenced back yard, outside 1 bath home at 2131 N. W. S5th with swimming pool and lovely If you are looking for a property n.
city limits. Only 16250. Locatedat Terrace cent. heat nice kit., patio living room with fireplace with an Income let us show you 11IIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIJ! __
3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR 6-2969 pretty yard. paved street. Priced separate dining room large family this nice 2 story duplex Fully
at only 10900. furnished-$175.00 per month In I SAVE!
and Included
LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 room carpets drapes EYES RIGHT !
Good condition and loca The
BR, loads of storage space. come. following are ready for
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 2 bath, cent. heat built In tion-Paved streets-The price Is
kitchen home. You can save UNIVERSITY central heat and air conditioning. reasonable. You should investi- See real dream living In Shadow occupancy.
__1500. Call FR 23826. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. :
gate before you buy. Call FR. 2-
BY OWNER Mason Manor, 3 BR ELEGANT and enloy&| EXPRESSIVE life and -famIly Relax 3617 D. Oliver. Bldr. ; IIIJIJIIIIIIBIIIIJJI1ftIIIItIttIHIUUUIBmIIII!
your 3330 &
3320
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS REALTY Ph. FR 2-0866 I
2 bath, cent. heat, built-in kit., In this 3 bedroom, two bath
huge screen porch, paved dead home. Large living room wall to ASSOCIATESJ. West on NW 39th Ave. past NW 30th Ave.
I end street, shaded lot reasonably 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. wall carpet and brick fireplace. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. the Glen Springs intersec : HIS NW 40th Drive 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn $77.per .
priced. Phone FR 2-2378. I M. Munroe, Realtor Separate dining room, modern J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire tion. See sign on left. 03 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn., $96 mOo
I Associates S. E. McLaughlinFrank Multiple Listing I per month.
N.E. Section, For sale by kitchen, plus a lovely screened
owner
I 2 bedroom. large lot. 2 air con Reby Roy McCannT. patio and central heat & air con 4617 SE It PI.
ditioners, 1515 N.E. 6th Terrace. C. Douglas Jr. ditioning. 2024 NE 16th Ter. 4608 SE 2nd PI. -
30 PETS & SUPPLIES 34 Waterfront Property _Call for appointment. FR 28629. ft 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn., $37 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn, $48
LIKE
NEW this
lovely bedroom per month.
3444 N.W. 10th Ave. (LIbby I FORDYCEREALTOR 2 bath contemporary home, nice ocr mOo
SIAMESE KITTENS. Reg. lilac BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee Heights). Owner moving out of fenced In back yard with patio ike 1115 NE 5th St. '
blue & choc. PT. Champ. Lilac. River at Rock Bluff. call :374- state must sell one year old family room. beautiful built in 3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn., $88 303 SE 38th St. '
1. reg. blue & choc. Males at 6160. home. Quality construction. CCB. kitchen, owner leaving town Immediate month. 3 BR 1 bath. $400 .an, $64
stud. Ph. Williston 5284448. 3 large BR, 2 full baths. 34 ft. occupancy. CBltlck9't0l per per mo.
JUST over one acre. heavily wood- living room, 23 ft. x 14 ft. kitchen. !
BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle 4 weeks ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles from family room screened porch overlooking IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYOwn- fi IIBlllmmmmmlllllllllDlUnlIllllllIIllnUDI1IIII! 3236 NW 29th Ave.
eld AKC registered. Call FR 2- i Gainesville. 80 front feet on clear enclosed garden area, Afternoonswill er leaving town and must sell_ 74 3 BR, 2 bath, $650 dn, 59'p@rmo.
, 7258 after 5:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. lake. $3500 with $1500 down and work shop. 2-car carport. 2355 sq. 4 bedroom 2 bath living room. \ ? I Norwood
all day. $50 per month, or $3,000 cash. 374- ft. Central heat hardwood floors, be enjoyable on the shady patio family room, built In kitchen and
2 BLACK thoroughbred miniature 1123 after 5 P.M. & week-ends. wooded lot 100 x 140. Ideal location of this 3 bedroom, 2 bath screened porch. Central heat and
3301 & 3311
pooales. Male and Female. $35 Donald Manser. for growing family. 1 block home on West University Avenue. central air conditioning.
each. Phone F R 2-8152. Littlewood Elementary. 3 blocks Separate living room and dining I Hope NW 30th Ave.
35 Houses for Sole Westwood JHS. 4 blocks "300 room; almost 1700 sq. ft. of living WALKING DISTANCE TO FINLEY 4 BR, 2 bath $600 dn, $8'.
REGISTERED beagle pups. Ideal Swim Club." Priced to sell low. area. Beautiful lawn and on SCHOOL, pleasant 3 bedroom per mo.
for pets or hunting. Sire & Dame 20S. FR 28011. a large corner lot. Only 21800. home I "H" Inc.
nice
on a 110 x 154 lot locwed -
of nest pups are deer running SALE by Owner. 3 BR. 2 bath red
Villoge't
Call & Associates,
Fordyce
Inc. In
Beagles. Both may be seen. Also brick home. Low down payment. SAVE 376-1236. leaving town.Florida Park owner Green a DIOiniliinrtiutiilliltiinnniiiiuinfliiiiiDiiiuliini I IFOR
one la month old male Beagle. Assume FHA mortgage. 2118 N.E. m We Trade Homesor
A. B. Cellon. Jr.. Ph. 374-5555. 15th Terr. FR 6-4040 or 2-1179. '
White Pillars New Westslde restricted residential
\l Property
MINIATURE black poodle pup. BUY FROM subdivision acre lots. paved
pies. AKC registered. Can GLADYS SMITHFARM exemplify the beauty of this spa. I streets Inside lots $3950. corner Ten model homes from EnwBnilmmll! !!: =mw=/ illnis RENT i
372-2888 or 374-8615. cious :3 bedroom 2 bath home In I lots 4250. Select your homesitenow $13,925 $17,000 I
BUILDER Littlewood Estates. Equipment includes before the next increase. H
TOY and miniature white male poodles ALL OUR HOMES ARES 124 SE 7tla St.
A weeks old purebred. $50. Picturesque 70 acres stream drapes In the large master No money down VA OPEN FOR YOU TO ENs .
bedroom
Ave. Phone 3725745. 3 bedroom IVfc bath. dishwasher built-in = JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath
515 NW 36th running through property. Per- Pay only oven and surface unit and $450 down FHA
manent Bahia pasture. 360 brand $80 per month Including taxes bage Located gar. M.M. Jl YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease $9$ per Mo.
Unregistered disposal. dead
Adorable Beagle puppies. on a
name Pecan tress, pear orchard. and insurance. Wooded lot on = 1123 S.E. 4ttl STREET I
end street
purebreds. $20. Call 376- so traffic Is at a min
007 Brick farm home with full farm safe dead-end street. Perfect for imum. Only $25.900. Call For. g FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989
equipment. 10 acres In pine. Call young growing' family. No mon-
372-5393. ey down to qualified Vets. Only dyce & Associates, Inc., 3761236. PARRISH I rllIttIIlJPllIIiIflhilllB3Ilillllilllllillllllltlllfllllll.. -!.'"!!=!!==." _.___ ..._......._.....*._."..!llllflI __.._nlullllllllllllllllllllnllllllldllllmmnnnllllllllDlIIlIIlI. ........................._......_....._.__.._.._:_JllI:1i.J__._!:_.
33 LOTS FOR SALE
$450 down FHA. Ask to see lot
ONE ACRE no. 67.Advanced. Split Level & ASSOCIATES. INC.

j OR SALE lake lot on Red Water. Wooded lot. close to Littlewood living Is delightful In this 4 bedroom I H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham i HUGH EDWARDS INC
7 Miles from Hawthorne. $3.500. and Westwood Schools. Four bedrooms Design 3-2. One of Gainesvllle's 2 bath home in the N.W. Carolyn Gardenhtra Mary Parrish ,
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Phone gR 2-3823. 2 baths, Florida Room. most advanced home de section. Equipped with drapes Butler Bros. Builders
enclosed porch two fireplaces. signs. Eye level built-in oven throughout. paneled entry, birch 1' N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375
2Vj acre wooded home sites near Cypress panelling throughout. and range In kitchen. Breakfastbar. cabinets. large reception room 2837 N.E. 15th Street ,

new Myra-Terwilliger Terms be school arranged.By Dishwasher stove Inc. Call 372- Walk-In closets. Terrazzo and beautiful oak floors. Almost N.W. Section. MUST SELL 3 BR. PH. 376.7971VkHO84.
owner. may
floors. Large lot with
rear fenceon
Phone 3744343 5393. back line. 3.000 sq. ft. of living area avail 2 bath. low equity take up pay.
Save
nearly $1,000 able and only $26,500. Call For. ments. Phone 3764879 after 5:30 Invites Youto
PROFITEarn on this one. $15,150 $500 down dyce & Associates, Inc., 376-1236. P.M.
34 Waterfront PropertyON FHA, $94 month Includes all. '
while you live In this two
Ask for lot no. 2. I I
stOry. tip-top condition home. Beatthe
Apartment upstairs and downstairs
THE GULF
three large rooms for Model Home Sacrifice 42 heat in this centrally air con
Cedar Key Shores rentals. All furnished. Priced at Huge corner lot with hundreds of ditioned 4 bedroom, 2 bath homeIn Palm View Estates
$18,000 with good financing. Closeto dollars In additional landscaping.Take the N.W. section. Almost 2.- !
tr Other Properties downtown and new Federal sidewalk to public or parochial 000 sq. ft. Includes separate living DON'T GIVE
David AndrewsCedar bldg. Call 3725393.GLADYS schools. Save big moneyon room, dining room, Florida:
this one. Lot no. 24. room and beautiful floors. Fenced
Key. 3841 SMITHRealtor back yard and spacious lot. Can
HUGH EDWARDS be yours for only $24,000. Call
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Fordyce .. Associates, Inc., 376- A new muniyofds-
Reg. Broker. specallzlng In Associates: INC. 1236. tinctive homes
in the fashionable
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. Anna Hinson Ben Griffin
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes 2837 N.E. 15th Street Swimming AWAY MONEYBuild j Northwest.
GR 5-2981. Multiple Listing 376-7971
pool and a lovely brick home with
four bedrooms. 3 baths are yours
IN THE for only 36000. A spacious living I Featuring :
room, Florida room a delightful .

FUN conditioned.kitchen and Do all call centrally Fordyce air-.. ( a future for your family : FHA homes from

Associates Inc., 376-1236 to see .5 T5
this one. -'.

FORDYCEASSOCIATES. with a new H.C.M. home) I c,! $16,000-$20,250

I Dawn payments frem "00.01


Real Estate Exchangors. INC. Few pleasures can compare with the satisfaction of home ownership Ill

Multiple Listing Realtors -especially in Highland Court Manor. Besides the value of on VA Loans Available
Grace S. Fordyce, Broker
SUNBOATS Dudley Goulden, Associate excellent investment, there's the knowledge that you're building for

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA Harvey Benton Associate your family's future. I
'26 W. Univ. 3761286McCOY'S

& MOTORSWHO The financial. advantages are many. If you're renting. you're lust I I 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm

BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
In the end have
building equity in your landlord's property. you'll I

WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24"- GRILLS Macoma Homes, nothing to show for your largest single living expense except rent
HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlea 12 Plywood fishing boats. i.
Boat PMILPOTTT Introduced by FRANK S49JO HOOD-SPiT StO.AND" MOTOR Inc.For receipts.If View Estatesis

EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES Sale, very attractive 3.
CHARGE 725 N. Main :372-3537 bedroom 1-bath home. 4417 you own your home. however, you're entitled to a $5,000 home
E. University Av- walking planned for professional men and their
"The Heart Of East Gainesville" ;
stead which makes the taxes approximately $260
FRANK PHILPOTTS distance to Lake Forest exemption, per families.
Check with Charlie
SPORT CENTER FR 21791.ADVERTISE List of Classifications to choose down Schools.and Price S7VJO lirsoO.per month.1500 year less than on rental property (you're helping to pay your land-

Horn of HUNTER Fiberglass from Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy lord's taxes if you're renting) .. FERNWOOD MODELS
Fishing Boats.McCUiLOCH Jr. Day FR 4-7290. nights FR ;;

Trailers and Motors.JACKSON MURRAY Sailing Skiing Swtmming-Divlng. 4-5015.and 23rd Office BlVd.Quality.corner N. Main Also, the money you pay for rent establishes no equity for you -

Canoes. your home payments do. And the interest is tax deductible your from $12250
IN THE Fishing Equipment. up -
-Where Quality Sells Itself rent payments aren't.You .
Safety Items.

FR 20 25011 N.W.or 14th FR Ave.4-WJ SERVICE DIRECTORY Golfing Equipment. Homes can probably own a home in Highland! Court Manor for less from $400 down

than you're paying in rent. Why not see how easy it is by stoppingby
Mon. Thru Fit U p.m. Sat. MOther Tennis Equipment. WESTVILLAN.W.
Times by Appointment our soles office or model home today?
Baseball Equipment. r IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
ALACHUA COUNTY'S 16th Ave.
Ads ONLY DEALER Where to Fish. MODELS
Sun Want
HORSE JOHNSONSEA MOTORS Cr 37th St. 14 New Models Priced from $13,400 to $18,200 L

Plus many many more.
SALES AND SERVICE

Get Results Lene Boats.Star SkI Boats.supplies.Orlando Sailing Dipper rigs. TERMSWALTER NOTHING DOWN VA ($100 closing costs) WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT

ADVERTISE IN THE !

BAIRD'S 601 S. MAIN MARINE ST. SERVICE DIRECTORY Palm View Estates Open "

Highland Court Manorby Til Dark

STUBBS
,

1// MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the INC. KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON 372-9545 day 376-9048 night

Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left ,at

Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 .'We Trade Houses" Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471 39th Terrace To Model Homes.


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Tuesday, June 16, 1964 GGf"esJun 15

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_ _ -_ 41 Residential Income 45 Furnished Apt*. IS Houses for '.ent Unfurn. \ CfiUIsc For Sar.. -
.. 77 Mobile Homes for Sal. a AUTOMOBILES for SALE DODGE-DART
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CLASSIFICATION INDEX I FORDYCE RENTALSCall
\ 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home. Also ad- NICE 1 bedroom upstairs duplex THE best costs less. Heat water DODGE TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE
our agency to find the house tor less with from Full- 1964. 4 air conditioned,Chev
laming rental property. 200 ft. $65 per mo. Phone FR 27619 or Phitgas SPECIAL d.
N.E. FR 65112.CLEAN you wish. Many listed. Also inc. 376-5392. Completely
frontage. 300 block 3rd gas 104 x Lot for mobile home role eip
furnished. 2
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHJ.NDISEt Ave. Will sell together or sepa- 1 well furnished 2nd floor. apartments S1500. Mile S. off Paynes Best lest priced
316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- FORDYCEASSOCIATES Now Specializing in Ladies' Better Prairie. For town. Call -$ days. 372-
1 Ia MeatoflamI rately. appointment call '
4-rooms. kitchen. bath. porch. 175 119 SE First
Dresses. out Sizes I 3C32 evenings. Avt.
t Crd 01 Thanks a Wute4 2. B.. 4752. per month. 1 extra large extra C Bu FR 6-3052. .

S Led # ,.... a Mscery # ToI' E nice. air conditioned. 1 bedroom INC. through 5 1 EXTRA ears, 195 to $595. 90 372-4343
t26 W. Univ. 376-1236 Values. MILLS SUPER 960 BELVEDERE. lOx SV2BR. clan
I 4 Peaer9lees a BuNg .........
1125 month. U J. Moratto FR
Travel, If.rs.... at Do--.w G.-.. 42 Farms & Acreage 2-4957 morning. noon or night. 3 BR. 2 bath Florida room 1202 DISUNTS 1 SW. 1st Ave W.W. Carpet Ar Conditioner.Will day payment lvree. or No monthly down -- ---- ..- -"--

I I 8peclal N..... U Uqu.sflortjj g I, N.W. 42nd Ave.. m per mo. 3 ne. sell or on hs. S sl HAH Motors. 1636
1 BEDROOM at SE 72nd St. .
completely furnished pyt
'I IIIK. F. lale I downstairs. BR. 1 bath 805 N.E. 10th Place. WILL SELL swim club member- Wie SE 3 Phone 372-V49. GAINESVILLE
,: =..y MI.n. I CUI : Tr..dlag r.si. ACREAGE wpstairs or near SIM per mo. Call McKinney. ship at reduced price or trade 961 Great Le Mobile Home it
.. T. G. M WutJTkgs shopping center. See at 612 N.W. Green, Inc Realtors. FR 23617. for partial payment on used car. Ft. wide wih I x 12 expanded VW Camper '61, $1450. Can b financed. AUTO SALES
T. ... 'w 00 ..... Appr. 46 acres near new country 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 Phone 374911. living ; for S3200 equity Will consider

7. Beale )1&rtn. EqulpIUTOMOTIVE club. Suitable for .". sites or per mo. 49 Rooms For Rent and take over payments. C.I 473- small car in trade. Ph o 1007 N. Main St.

'1 Camp Hunt FIaJaOZ fine homes. NICE 2 8R fum. apt. with private 16 Z Zag looks and sews like 4S32 Keystone Heights. after 5:00 weekdays. Phono FR 2.6313
U Offleo EquIp. beth & entrance. front stitches
OZ Airpluo 8ale..aeatala Large mra fan For Sale 1 BR air cond. fum.trailer Northcentrol
I 11 HollDo flumes t.r .aIe n HuJeaJ Herellaai 15 12 acres W. of Gainesville on pave porch. hot & cold water furnished. ROOMS single and double. on sew bt0 & enclosed cabana Excellent HERE looking I t. o ye been Fld'
ment. $680000M $51 per mo. Ph. 2-9704. or bus line walking distance to town ,dams & mends. Ol 52 onr Largest
;a Tncka 'or lale FR
1955 R & H, .
2-9195 payments 372- cti. 28 6
a kit. privileges if desired. 376- o$ Cal Ply. Independent Dealer
: rn Gainesville. good 205U A an -1 new mechanical con
: near
I Tr.ek aetall HAL ESTATE FOR SAL I land.acres$168.10e 2 BR furnished apart with porch. 2(77.N o dition, a cash. Phone

\ -3 TraDer Rentals Near University. See at 411 N.W. NEW MODERN HOME modem SINGER SLANT NEEDLE BELIEVE IT 3762 S
IS M.t.teyeles A Seooten S3 Lets for IaloII 15th St. or call 2-4647. $60 per furniture db!. bed., private Full y guaranteed
A.to.oIlUo Repairs U Water'rql Pro .rtlU MARY MOELLER. REALTORId mo. bath. Rent single or double to dams 8. butto OR NOTSave '62 VOLKSWAGEN hi excellent co
A.to.oIlDes Set lIale $I Reuses For Sale W. Diversity FR 6-4471 men, must be gentlemen. Phone $61.30 or m Lie $8.10 Oly dition with extras; S150 and .s PAINTJOB
p.yt o e.c.n $600. It x 2 BR fur.ished sume Phone FR
U Swap Cars a. Coltan "or isis EAST SIDE 3764814. 2051.. 4 payments. 612
27 Real E.talo EacksagalDUCATVJNAL Fordyce Acreage c S3195. S4 down. 957 Ford Station
Ja Real Estals Wast.g2I GARDENAPARTMENTS Rooms for male students near campus DEL BED. $35; reclining chair $54.09 month. tires automatic wag g
Out Tm ?r.srt summer rates. By week or corner table. $5; uW table. Over 5 models to choose from
II Scko.lg A InstrseUsa 41 '::. "' 40 acre tract. beautifully wooded. month. Kitchen It maid service.FR .. S. Ig. desk, TRAILER MARTHWY. dio Phone heater rebuilt engine. $300.
1J M..le.. DIIelll 41 Ee5ldeaUal Issaas southwest of town only $165.00 an 22724.SEMIPRIVATE. Phone FR t s 376
.7-
.. WuW- aancaa. acre. 17 PHONE 962 Austin Healey Mark 11. $200
n Farms Aereqo $S7 per monttt upGainesville's air conditionedrooms 3105
Q Colored Pr y a... A beautiful ranch with magnificent for rent. term 3-B. $65 including HOTPOINT rigHat. S3. West- SUNDAYS I TO 6 equity. Take up payments. Can $3995

EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Pi,1It SIIiII pastures, water, tobacco and peanut Finest ; utilities. Call FR 6-2773 or Inghs ele sfoe. i very EAST PALATKA FLORIDA br seen at Kentucky Fried Chicken

W.t ....... lIaIo allotments and timber. at FurnIshed or unfurnished FR 1-6078. a citi 8 yrs. old. .

1. WOB Wasted Ves3. RENTALS $145.00 on acre a real buy on lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart 9C1. Bsiaire CHEVROLET, for
It isles Help Was& today's market. men?. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- NICE room. also small efficiency.Twin Irs inexpensive to clean rugs SEEThe 6 call 3725240. after At
infti
Investment close to MedIcal beds private bath ( entrance
Fall acreage 'A-
11 nelp-Malo -
" U CoUaea F. and upholstery Blue Lustre.
Real
$5) month. 865 N.W. 31st w 3:0 P.
In 20
11 lids Help Wsate4 4J ) CeMer southwest acre Rent electric Me- HAWESPOWERSBODY
Drauaahl FaraiaA&a.. parcel approximately 668 x 1320 FURNISHED 2 large rooms. first Ave. FR 1-0779. shampr SI. NEW I X 36 one IMPALA teL I-dr., SS Hard Too.
4. ValaraJa' .A.... floor. private bam and entrance. Dante Furn. Co 196 WW Tires PG PS & PB. SHOP
for 59.500.Beautiful bedroom home.
U Female Help Wanted LARGE room at 1228V W. University Tra
n .
Hence
fer Rest Furs. rolling hills ever 100 708 E. Univ. Ave. Hot and cold water PORT. Ice chest $12.50; 6 ft. R & H, Fa exra clean. 611 S.W. 3rd St.
CI Houses I. a-t. V" .
FARMS 6' LIVESTOCK 41 Enema tat a-t '" acres perfect for horses and AVAIL June 15. Alr FR
2-0538
2. FUm Equipment 50 Hotel a... cattle $375.00 on acre. No children, no pets. _65. 406 NE person S40 month. FR 6-2641 or lounging cot Cl 372- 964 Chevrolet. Impala new 2300

n Feed A FertilIzer II P11cc. aeUaha Also other listings available from 6th St.Room. 6-2930: Mr. Haynes. .n. BUTS MOBILE HOMES miles A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost.

: Livestock A SupplieS ILl Wanted To Zest $7500 an acre on up. 2 bath apartments. Adults. Single room adjacent to bath. use NIKON F with 50 n F.I. Nikker- INC. Phone .FR 6 John Baldwin.

I' Landscaping T.p Soil U Boarders Wanted couple or 2 gentlemen. close in, of refrigerator and telephone. 1416 S a lens and: PhoOi sys
so Pets A Supplies 13 Offige Desk SpaesRI g FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. reasonable. Phone 2-4056 304 N.E. N.W. 12th Road. FR 6-2996. t us S Also 3761
Lhul.ck Wanted II Duslnes. ZntaJ := REALTOR 4th Ave.CLEAN AIR EEE Z 8, 8 Open I A. P. Closed 86 SWAP CARS %
CONDITIONED
corner room movie
mm camera mm- limits
l I 926 W. Univ. 3761236NEWBERRY living room lust refurnished for graduate or mature woman 40 mm F-1.7 Canon lens fNG s Live I. -
FINANCIAL SERVICE newly painted. 1 BR apt. student. $35 per mo. 1216 NW automatic CDS z, battery : WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile I In OUR BEST BUY ,.

r" I' Buiineis Oppertusitles :3 Speel.AI &enkeaSi : 8 Acres mostly Bahia pasture. at 1204! NW 23rd Blvd. S75 per 3rd Ave. or call I 372-9725. drive and power zoom. Bra excellent condition with premium
Mossy 23: Horns a.13 .. ..... 2 trailer with alumi tires. for In like con
to Lean --. Only $2X00. Cad or See.S. mo Immed. occupancy. Phone MEN-Women. Rooms and apartment new. 150. Call Mr. Chin Bero 4 Je I
,
lI.r'el It RadIo A TY SenkoI 6-2472. Weseman Realty. 6-3261 Ext. or FR 1-3241. cbn conditioned dition. Phone < Cedar Key.
E. SAP REALTOR Near Campus 102 NW 13th 20 1960
Town &
shady
II HI.o, Wanted IS AppUa Furniture lo. Con
I NEWBERRY, FLA.COLORED FOR RENT Duplex apartment St. Phone FR 6-2937 ar 376-1082. 21" ArUn walnut consol TV. Ex try Lot p FR 6-tC

I -II"o---'MIItIII furnished, 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. ROOM with bath and kitchen privileges. anen conditi S95. Large win Volkswagen -
r_" -_ -- Phone FR 2-4386. $10. Phone U WIDE 1 IS HERE 87 Automobiles Wonter
Working lady or gradu.testudent. d fa far cO
;: :
ft,: 35 Houses for 35 Houses for Sate 4J CoIerM P.erty 2 Bedroom( kitchen dining room. Car necessary. FR 6- 6 atr 5 4820 NW 13th St.,. 441 N $1040
hving room and private bath. 6652 after 6:30. PORTABLE record player 4 LP CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords

LIKE Ntw-j Br.. 2 bant, ig. ottra modem 2 BR duplex Phone 3764512.EFFICIENCY LARGE cool divided room 12x22. .,bums both new, records & FEDERAL HOMES, 81 Chevrolet A Her ServIce .

Ir., with fireplace. D.ft. built apartments, large living and APARTMENTS. ISO private entrance and shower. I pJarer. Eme sale. S plus QUALIT Station St.

In kitchen. enclosed patio 2 car dining area modern kitchen with month. Phone 481 2380. quiet residential area Ideal for a 372- .

JWK37284O4 carport. central air-cond. and fan. large storage closets.. terrazto couple or students utilities end I D. Mirror, chest, TRAILER cabana and lot for sale
heating. Hear Kho I" Priced to floors tile baths space heater EMALE student wanted to share linens included. Phone 2-3191 or Walt. Bed.D.used...89,95 or trade. Will trade for a house VOLKSWAGENMILLER
sell. 3505 NW. IJth Ave. Tel. and: hot water heater. facilities modn. 5 ""- fwrn. apt. with same 2-8903 I Con springs Sia......... 6.00 trailer. Has own water ta and

2-6795. for wasting machines and $25 per mo. Util. incl. 2 blks. Mats 8, &... ......10.00 I pump. 2019 N.W. 34th 61 Comet. 4 door $995
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th from town. PIt 376-8884. u S. Main. I 4 door $1095
Florida Park CCB 51-A Wanted To Rest 61
BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. home.. oak strip Ter. or can for appointment 372 6 FOR SALE 1958 HICKS trailer Come
Space design quality and custom floors. 3 BR. 2 bath. .Urge liv 5321 or 372-5322. ERY attractive spacious upstairs with 11 x 3V cabana. 3 BR. furnished 62 2 door $1195
63
ZIG ZAGMACHINE
2 BR furnished apartment.
details throughout. Lovely large ing room with fireplace separate air conditioned, wain Falcon 4 door $995
61
Jot. More expensive than the dining room Fla. room kitchen HOMES f-OR SALfc Only $78 per month. FR 6-5270 FAMILY of three wants 33 bedroom machine, fenced yard.
average price range but you with built In stove and dishwash 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE left Si. A 705 N.E. 2nd St. I house. below $100. Five Archer Rd. Trailer FR 6- 6 Comet convert. $2895

wilt-agree this house Is more er. Central oil twa?. Window air SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St.. $75 year resident here. Phone 22913. 1M3 Zig Zag Machine re- 7317. P.r DeSoto. 2 door $395

,than worth It. conditioners situated en heavily ment. Some small down pay per mo. Call McKinney Green. I APT. to rent or house to buy or M. Balance $38 88 or Si 961 Great Lakes Mobile Home. @ 63 English Ford $995
TWO ACRES in the woods with the wooded large lot with lovely pa- ment. Monthly payment $57 to Inc. Realtor. FR 23617. Phone FR BROWN
monthly.

rent. Will pay rent or monthly wide with X 8 exp Ford Cortina $1895
2.3 Ft. 64 E.
most In contemporary styling tio. Price $29,000 with substantial S65. Atso homes built on your 1 12 A..l.
overlooks a creek'five bedrooms down payment. 1614 N.W. lot for no down payment. 1 BR furnished apt. for rent. $65 payments in of nice$70 white or less.neighbor Preferably living S for 1030 E. Univ. 'u" 60 Falcon . $695
Call TOMMY RIDGELL plus utilities. Couples HURRICANE fence for sale. 325 ft. and take payments
14th Ave. per mo.
handsome fireplace mod e rn By appointment only. hood. Ph. 372-8477. 8 AJM. to SPM FR 61 Fiat II00 Sedan .
FR 4-Z04S. Builder Phone FR 2-4125 only. no pets. 1421 SW 12th Ave. full steel fence. Call 372-696 o Call 47313 Keystone 2-358
kitchen. Not. quite
completed .
Ph. FR 6-6859. 376-4584. Heights. 55 Ford wagon $195
and a steal at SU.5oo.oo.

Substantial cash payment required 44 Cottages for Kent 1 BEDROOM Air conditioned apart 52 Boarders Wanted GOLF set Jack Burke oy FOR THE COREC 61 Ford. Galosh

M ments $75 per month. Apply at Mr.o mo. o. Mst sell 8 Motorcycles C Scooters 4 door . $1495

FOR $15.250 FHA- evaluation you SIS N.W. 30th Ave. ROOM and Board for girls. Private 3.20 See 8 S TIME 59 Ford 4 door $495
can a four bedroom two bathhouse FURNISHED. 1 BR all
jy c n.ge.
In the Llttlewood area. Spa- etectric tile shower good ventilation 2 BR trailer furnished private tot bath Washing Machine. Phone p AvNICE MUSTANG Special mel 8, per. FR 2-1411 56 Ford station wagon
GRACIOUSCharming water fur*. $55 monthly m advance FR 6-6083. Cedar Wardrobe. Very good condition, to
b s $995
clous living room and separate located en Santa Fe f 60 Merc. Monterey
W.
Couples or couple with condition. $40. Coma 1035 N.E. $249.
dining room, parquet Appointment C. Brick 2tt bath bv- Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2- b aPeclate .. Courtesy Of 63 Mercury
child.
cm. 1816 SE 47th Ter. Ph. 54 Business Rentals Place. 12th .
only. Ing rm, Dining rm, Famity rm. $169.COMER'S. FR 2-157. 5 $2850
SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Modern kit wtttt doing area. BEIGE foam cushion chair RCA SALE 1957 H. D. Sportster Mo University Chevrolet Breexcwoy

sale. These are year round residences not. carport. Ig. shady lot. 3 IlL Big Lake Lake Santa View Fe now 8eadon openiSwih 2 FURNISHED duplex opts.. GARAGE s.ace tot rent. 6lLW.. Table Radio. high chair, out FOR excellent condition. Load N. Main St. at 16th Ave. 63 Olds 4 door $2895
2nd St. Call John Merrill. Realtor torcycl
: within easy commuting from U. M F. campus -Cafl stroller. Cell FR 376- 63 404 $1995
S500 phone Peugoct
H. extras.
distance. Mary Mueller and ptouc. Fvrmshed cottages $75 per mo. Reg. $90 per FR 21494 w -
by the week. For reservation No lease. Immediate CUSHMAN Highlander frame, complete .
mo.
oc-
J. W.KIRKPATRICK. can 461-1129 Eartton. Call 56 Business Opportunities new ti pe condition. COWABUNGAI I CRANELNCOLN.MECURY
COMFORTBrick cupancy. Wayne Mason. $25. Value Rated
3 3. 165 Met.
2 BEDROOM house en Lake Santa ERNEST TEW REALTY 316- 5 Harley Pur
3 Br.,. N.W. area Breezeway. Fe. private dock. $45 per week. EXCELLENT downtown Linda I r IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY cond. Krash
Realtor Fla. rm.,. fine residential area Call FR 6-3268. ext. 2S23. 6461. Service Station -open and doing IS HARD OF HEARING encourage Windshield. $225. Call FR 6-7047. I Used Cars

31 N. Main St. Phone FR 28404 spacious Ig shaded lot. SISJSO.Terms. FURN. Apartments dose business wiN tease to responsible him to enjoy the benefit of a motorcycle. 125 cc.,
ENT modern furnished cottages in. private 963 DUCATI
Member Multiple Listing .-Call Mary Moeller.CONVENTIONAL. on Lake Sanfa Fe by week or baths & entrances. 1 large party with adequa t e Mar aid. Visit GAINESVILLE 5000 miles, excellent condition, I B&G MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST.
ASSOCIATES: $60 2 capital. Sinclair Refining Co. AID CO. Today. by competent -
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. ; smaH. $35. Ne children or 2 maintained
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell pets. 3763434.FURNISHED Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. N. Main Street. FR 4-OCT5. rlar Phone FR I Cadillac OLdsmobile 376-2425
A.W. Reece. Caot.. USN. Ret. FOR RENT. week or month. 3 mechani 515. I
12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. APARTMENT size push 2-8818 af4r 5:0 ___ 13th St.
S. W. area 3 Br. 2 bath family room cottage on Lake Liny. 2 Bedroom mobile b L200'NW
Unrv. Ave. for lease. Opportunity White G.E.
home. private lot water furn. $55 range. c
rm. Fire place. shaded tot fine Melrose sleeps 6 adults. Plentyof
residential area. Equity S120000. shade on house deck. and per mo. 2027 NW 32nd PI. FR for the right man to get in dition; $45. Also beige leather reclining 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR
the bowling alley business with a chair condition $25.
;
Take beach. Utilities In- -1180.
white sand go
FREDARNOLD up payments. $12500 mo.- small amount of capital. Call FR Phone FR 2- .,
Call Mary Moeller du ed. Phone GR 5-2631. CONDITIONING. Tuna up
FURNISHED
chil-
apartment no 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr.
KINGSLEY LAKE den or pets. $60 per month. Haynes. SEING MACHINE Special $2-50 fo performance RAMBLER SELLING

PRICE REDUCED Furnished cottages for rent. Phone See at 719 E. University Avenue. 744 -O-Matic Zig Zag, test. All makes and models.
ABSENTEE ownership makes necessary like new. makes button overcast Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air
3 Br. Lg Family rm. Study
patio, C.B. on shaded lot, to see 2 trailers S45 and $55 Cool pri section. 1 block from Hotel Thomas. I hole carpet golf course. Inquire darns api stth 5C4 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- SPREEAMERICAN
this lovely home drive by 840 vate. Phone FR 1-9838. 4611 NW Good bed front and back entrance Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. ments $7.10 each. As. Univ. 2561.

REALTORDRIVE N.W. 20th St. $14. 00, Call Mary 6th St.SILVER. screened porch. ceiling 1400 FEET PAVED frontagebusycorner Ave. Ph. 376-1075.
$2995 Automotive
Moeller fan water furnished. Adult couple SPECIAL auto painting
LAKE near Keystone. no pets. Available June Inside city. 12Vj Acres repairs and tune-up.

sleeps 10; ISO per week. Call 376- 17th. Phone 6-3S58. I ZONED SHOPPING CENTER.The 70 Boats -Marine (qui,. Miller Sons 732 NW 1st St.
BY BUDGET 2615 I Phone
FOR RENT 2 BR fume apt. Water 000. 37715.
Then telephone 3723522 for on appointment Suburban CB.. 3 Br., wttti Modem 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan furnished $50 per mo. 203 se REALTOR
to inspect the Interior Kit.. shaded lot 159x100. N.W. Lake toy week or month. Phone 9th St. Inquire at 215 SE 9th St. ARCH CAMPBELL. NEW Fishing Bats painted and 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
of this choice home located at like new. $$12J50 Call Mary 376-5462 or C -S221 Ph. 3720640. Phone 376-5707. r t g. I Aieray'
922 N.W. 36th Terrace. 3 bedrooms Moeller t 1th
2 baths. Central Air Con VERY nice. living room bedroom. 61 Wanted to Buy 10 ft. 1.51 ft. $ *.95. year CORVAIR Monza.6 equipped
ditioning. built.in kitchen wITh Ask about lots zoned business I 45 FsntsheJ Apts. kitchen large storage room Private In loatio Turn East at with whte! side
dishwasher. Offered for $22,000 professional entrance. 1 or 2 Boys. I CASH tor your used furniture refrigerators post oft Frank Dickerson. wall tires. 8,000 actual mile
with good terms. FR 6-2721 or 495-2312. stoves. TVs. dottt- Orange Lake Marine Boat Assume payments small equi

Investors Investigate business prop 3 rooms *. bath dose-in adults. ing etc. FR 2.>>37. William's Works highway 441 P. O. B ty. Wi consider older car for

ECONOMICALYour erty at 1602. 1608 1610. NW. no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. 46 Unfurnished Apt Service Center Hawthorne Road. 221 Orange Lake_Fla.Oickersonrs Cal weekdays.owner at m1
FR 2-4621 or 372-1633. ext.
choice of I several 3 bedroom First WANTED one wheel utility trailer.G. e WC new plywood 3.5 .
..
2 bath homes with easy FHA FURNISHED apartment for rent P. Rippey Meirose Flood*. and CORVAIR coupe at $95 2 DOOR
NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen ..... .... $1.395
terms. Qualified buyers can moveIn Avenue.Mary for two male only. air-condi- Phone GR 5-5571. repairing. Reasonable prices. 6 COMET ...
for as little as $ SO down and tioning central heating u 111.furmshed. I. equipped. $60 per month on a Next to Varnon's Discount Houseon 6 RENAULT .... ........ "95

$86 per month. Call 3723522 today Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days. COINS 441. Orange Lake, Fla. RENAULT ......... $795

for best. results. 376-7327 evenings. Want to buy. 1955 dimes 1955 half FIAT. 400 mi. .... 5995
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I WANTED TO BUY used fiberglass 6 O
... M9S
Proof .
S rooms & bath downtown area. dollars. Paying S5 fat1944 8 FORD Oalaxie .
preferred but no children or boat with or motor
LAKE FRONTAGE Moeller pest Upstairs apt. Available now. retrig. 8t stove. Adults. no pets. sets. also buying aN other US and trailer Hull wthou b good Will Phone 3723407 or FR 2-G2( $166 8

90 Acres on spring fed. sand bottom Call 6-6512. water turn. $60 per mo. FR 2- foreign coins. Rebel Stamp & Coin repairs interior 8> 19S Top condition. liken

lake. Approximately' 4,000 4621 or 372.1633. Shop. 809 W. Univ. Ave. tri mae 0 Crane 3722451 or 372- MGA Interior. Call FR 2.3 aft- Plus Tax T... Title
1 2 BR turn..pts.. near Univ.
front feet on water. Good Investment Realtor New 2 bedroom P.M.TOIdsmObiIe
duplex apartmentfor .
95Down
opportunity and comes complete 916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2664 64 Household Goods 7:3 After $
$75.00 per month. Call John
14' Lone Star W. airtanks Jetfire hard-
with furnished 3 bedroom alum.
b NICELY furnished convenient Merrill. Realtor. FR 1494.. Elec. start.
for immediate 101* W. University FR 4-4471 30 H P.
cottage use. conditioned
\ Approximately your 25 miles from Member Multiple Listing downtown area. $75. Also garage 2 BR apartment large living room. windshield complete outfit skiing top coupe air DRIVE
Gainesville. Price 145,000 with 29pet MARY MOELLER. BROKER apt. air conditioned.: S70.Lillian's Adults kitchen equipped nice quiet lo T-A-G APPLIANCESTested fishing top condition with trailer 4 speed transmisio. CarIs "IF YOU CANT RUN, WALK OR ,

down. ASSOCIATESE. only. no pets. Inquire cation. No children or pets. and Guaranteed $45. Gator Mar 1221 E. Univ. parked on Univ. Cit

W. Moeller Fester Kessler Music Store.NICE Phone FR 2-4857. 42 Refrigerators from $39 UP Ave. Bank parking lot. See WE'LL PICK YOU UP"
9 from $39
Ranges
up
Dick burton
10 ACRESwith apt. close-In. private UtiL entrance t LARGE 3 bedroom. 1 bath apart. 17 Washers tram $19 upI A REAL BARGAINI 16 Glasspar Foster Mr. Johnson at
.
bath 8. shower.
comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath men?. Phone 376-2980 between Dryers from $49 up Cris. 1> ft.. 75 tp. Evinruc o
furn. 531 SE 2nd Pt. bank.
residence. Concrete block con- 37 Real Estate Exchanged antenna 8:00 AM. and 9:00 P.M. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up Camden trailer fatt8. misc. the
struction. 2 ton airconditioners for Phone FR 2-2582. Dishwashers from equipment sale. station wagon. LIKE MONEY.
TWO bedroom apt. available immediately 2 $49 up qik 158 CHEVROLET IF YOU 0YOU'LL
hot days ahead woodburnlng 845 per mo. efficiency. Private Sath 10 TV Sets from $35 up $1695 Call A72.213 radio heat
lower level of duPlex a.tl
fireplace for cool winter days. WILL trade waterfront property on and entrance clean close in, best ; JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. t. t puff. $
Cram
Beautiful wooded area with ravine Santa Fe Lake for car. lost from part of city. 321 N.E. 3rd St. ; stove and refrig.. situated 419 NW 8th Ave-Ptu 3725303 73 Musical Merchandise Phone ne tr.
about 3 blks. off 1105 37652
and small stream. Situated S1.250 to $8,000. G. P. Rippey campus. LIKE THESE
inside limits street. M.lroe, GR .5S71. COOL QUiet. lArge. all electric. 2 NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone 12 x 18 RUG Beige excellent condition
city on paved
Price $30800. bedroom furnished apartment on FR 45871.DESIRABLE. $35. Call 6-0629. I WURLITZER
38 Real Estate Wanted 441. 15 minutes from Unlv Children America's I piano and
well located 2 BR 10.000 BTU Air Conditioner. lie' No
and pets welcome. 4621673. duplex apt. with utility appliances Volt $60. 40 inch' Westinghouse organs are Earl's piano Co.. PRICES

ARNOLDREALTY TEACHER wants. to buy 3 oT4 Duplex. 2 bedroom. comfortable. furnished. Rental 585 monthly Range S20 Phone 6-4192 Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlitler
bedroom country home with Quiet. $52 monthly. Call FR 6- yearly basis. No children petsor Dealer 701 W. UniversityAve. YOU'RE

acreage or home In nice older 4535 Sunday anytime. After 5 students. 815 NW 13th St. 66 Mise For Sal.. Phone 3-2 Classic 770. 4.I -

COMPANYMultiple section of town. Send details to weekdays. Phone FR 6-5323 or FR 6-6833. ELECTRIC Harmony guitar. 3 pickup I 1963 RAMBLER automatic
Listing Member box 424-M, Gainesville Sun. very good case Door,
im W. Unlv. Avenue 3723522 FOR RENT one bedroom furnished DELUXE 2 Bedroom Duplex. built CLOSE OUT SALE and cord ati Phone
Associates: Pete Sieg UF Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bam.LHtlewood apartment near Univ. & Alachua ins. terrazzo floors. near schools. On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll 322-481 Iclu s transmission, radio, heater, Air. Power steer-
Jane Cetdwetl F. w. Hedge Sent. Dr. N. Ma :et. General Hospital. $65 month large yard; $80. Call FR -SOO5. HARPER PAINT CO. bucket seats.
Jim Sheppard Charlie Maya I 188 Kenvllla Rd. Buffalo. N.Y... Available June 15th 1JJ NW 7th TRUCK LOAD very fine factory OffWITH ing, power brakes, $2595
Deluxe 2 t 3 Br. New ducted air 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366
14215. St. Phone 376-7955. > rebuilt FULLY GUAR.
Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene pianos. .
-- cond. and heat. Wood paneled. ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC Beautiful car . . .
1950 PLYMOUTH 2 dr... good condition
Spacious yard. Quiet. $110-$140 STORE 112 SE First St. Ph.
; $85. Also 21T.V.. Needs
See at 3533 S.W. 24th Ave. Call Cross Country wag-
some repair $20. Phone FR 6- FR -"31.

SERVICES FR 6-0983 or 25400. 1447. USED OGS 1963! RAMBLER on. Automatic


I 47 Hawses for Rent F..... ALL Double CHANNEL T. V. antenna Wurlitzer Spinet S transmission, Air. Reclining seats.
stack complete. Nothing Hammond Spinet perte. S5. $2695
else to buy. SIS. Brants. GrWIey C Low mileage. Nice .
913 N.W. 8th Avenue. ter
3 BR. 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150 Gainesville Shopping

per mo. Call McKInney Green DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY FR 2.5 Clasic, 550. 4-

Home And BusinessAppliance Inc. FR 23617. Chairs low as SS. No money UPRIGHT Piano good cit 1963 RAMBLER

1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. 11th down low as $5 per month. $125. Selmi Clarinet us A Door, automatic I
Free estimates pickup: and delivery Call
school terms $t5
St., corner 33rd Ave. House open. 2' radio
.. Call FR 64230.COMPLETELY service. AN work guaranteed or 6LCONN transmission, $2095

PlumbingSEWER furnished 2 BR Phone 376-7786. trombone. 19" bell excellent heater, Air . . . . .
BulldozingSMALL TRADE your costly to operate condition. S70 FR .
272.Automotive
home at Earleton. Fla. S h I p. "
INSTALLEDNEW man's Landing. $SO per mo. Call ELECTRIC water heater and Fo''Ione 500, 4-Door, cu-
848 for a new glasslined GAS
bulldozer, loader. dump I used fixtures complete FR 6-3S07. water heater. Much more hot GOODSTART 1963 FORD torrvatic

trucks fill dIrt. lima rock. TopsoiL plumbing service "BIG" JIM 1 Bedroom house. $65 per month. water at about half the cost with trans$1895

Phone 372-7144. HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb- Apply at 518 N.W. 30th Ave. % OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. 77 Mobile Homes 'o Sale I.WYAT mission, radio, heater .
\ Ing. FR 2-1519. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110.
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe 2 bedroom furn. home on the lake. Air.
wheel tractors. motor UpholsteryUPHOLSTER Call 372-9597 after 6 00 week ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service I f so IflAf Karma Ghia, Factory
fI grader. Free estimates. W. G. fy for further Information. am back at old stand 514 W. 1 VW heater
Radio
00
ff'uck' Johnson. PE 6-62t. your furniture at ENJOY Lake Santa Fe year University Ave. I buy sell and 7 $2195
reasonable prices. Call Sally trade. 1st class repairs as al
I around. Attractive home furnished Beautiful car .
Landscaping Experienced. FR '..... 4241 or unfurnished. Including boat. ways.

M. W. 13th Tar.Remodeling. Ideal for couple with child. Reasonable T-V antennas. $4 single stack, $8 m G010*'* 500 4-Docr, Hard-
rent to qualified person. double stack. $1495 complete kit of f\/n FORD

Grass-Sod-Garden LANDSCAPE SERVICE GR 5-9496. Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. H Ml. Homes I 70* top, automatic transmission,
Main-Nursery
4 BR... IVk bath. $150 per month. REPOSSESSED Singer Zlg Zag Shasta When fr
stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S NURSERY. DO YOU NEED. Florida room extra 1101 S.W. 5th Ave. Available makes decorative stitches, appl Travel Trailers Radio, heater, 7

Landscape Co. room more room roof work August. 15th. Phone FR 6-2892. que. buttonholes/ monograms, etc Ocala's First Mobil Home power steering . . . I U7/
or maybe a complete new home? Dealer Silica 148
I FR diSh for free estimate. For a free estimate t guaranteed 1 BR house lights & water fur Only $67.20 payments $6.50 per 123 Silver Blvd.
work phone Carl C. nished. $62 per mo. No pets mo. 81S W. Univ. FR 6-1075. P S 613 Your Bonneville, Station

Waters 3721049.CARPENTER 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR 59 Buick Sabre. 14 boat with Gator .FI 1961 1 PONTIAC automatic
wagon,
1-5633. .
trailer & 35 h p. Mercury
I Repair & desires work additions motor. Sell the above or trade WE BUY radio heater steering
repairing. Phone FR SMALL 2 bedroom furnished house.no transmission, power
Air Conditioning pets. Call FR 2-C204. for land. Phone 27 -2117.
1- 102. USED MOBILE HOMESTop brakes. 1 owner.
ADVERTISE IN THE 1 BR furnished house. 1310 NW 1st NEW and used chain saws, lawn dollar paid phone 36. Family power $ 795

I Sewing Mochia Repair Ave. near campus.. Phone 376- mowers edgers. tampers, light Like new . . . . .
_.A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 2937 or 6-1082. plants cable. Wisconsin Brings: ITS FOOLISHto
In air conditioning and Ap- CALL SEWING MACHINE SERVICE 8. Strafton. new and used motors. 2-Door
First. repairs. Wa sail guaranteed SERVICE DIRECTORY CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. Neatly furnished small home. 3 Rental sales and service. pay more. RECKLESS to :: > $895
pllanea I GET THE REAL Vacations 1961 FORD :: :
-
kitchen less.
washers refrigerators etc. 376-107 We repair aMafce Ig. rooms 8. bath all elec. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE pay low .
*. Work fully guarantee carport Cool. oak shaded lath Ave. Phone 376-341U FACTS. Payments as a
.FR 60267.Appraisal
yard. $60 per mo. FR 1-8181. S57.2f per month with i300 down.
BEAUTIFUL, c. I e rful mourned .LAKE GENEVA I Falcon Wagon Automatic
Service TELEVISION 2 Bedroom. CCB house. carport. saiffish. 47*. By AI Pfieguer iftfl FORD ,
1952 N.W. 3rd St. S7S per month. Miami, Fla. Only $165. The Tackle Ml. Homes Salt I 01 trnsmiSion, AC
Phte FR 2-869( Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Rt 10 S Keystone H Fia. $1

PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. Sper IN Radio, heater . . . .
Mortgage BrokerFHA Inch' plus $IS to Install most I FRIGIDAIRE air conditioner t ton.
for Rent Uafurm. to business
48 Houses It policy
e good
: $65 crib & Kantwet I d
FRED B. ARNOLD tubes. 1 Year Warranty Special 111 volts. ;
REALTOR'REAL Reconditioned TVs from S*.'5. mattress $20; oak office desk. y a c. Yo can Sedan, Extra
ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE and conventional at lowest THE VARIETY STORE _$tS. 376-1136. "r fl mobile top 1961 RAMBLER:;:
TWO bedroom house for rent. years
current rates. Terms to ZSynf'l. 7 S.E. 1st Ave. si 2 t
ar Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange LACE floor length wedding dress See $1095
.
Bit W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 obligation.WIlt Call giadty tomorrow.discuss at no 4 Technician's with U years experience Lake Marine Boat Works P. 0. with hoop. abe 9. $25. 3 Pink h bI A buy u. . . . d .

J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor on all makes. Box 221. Orange Lake. FU. bridesmaid's dresses size 9; SIeach. $ BUTfS MOBILE HOME

:31 N. Main 5?. Ph. FR 2-444 UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. Phone 372-6449. '4 Door, automatic

Auto Equipment"SSSSS FRED B. ARNOLD TiresAlignment $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bad- FREEZER chest type. Ketvmator today. O AJW. to I PAt.doses I7J7 DESOTA transmission radio

REALTOR Brake Service room House $40 month. FUf'ftisft.eel about n cubic ft. $100. Washing 3764361.Caitriveted ,

FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS duplex apt.,. $90 month. FR machine Westinghouse laundro heater, power steering, power brakes, Air,
JACKS rebuilt A 6-7466. mat. ITS. Wards rotary cabinet
Repair kits tor VACATION SPECIAL type sewing machine S23. IT" tbte NEW 1 owner Must see
Hit W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Blueberries
; CB house. $60
Mohawk 2 Bedroom. per $895
ON nationally
famous known GE electric
znjss* Hydraulic Factory aulttortz-jct MORTGAGE MONEY tire . Save up to month. Call 376-2927. t A.M. to S type almost TV.new SS9;S12S. Can FR dryer 4- FLORIDA GROWNPick to appreciate. . . . .

5V!>k en new tires. See our new .."
SerVIce Agent. HULL'S BRAKE SVi per cent Interest. Term to 2524 or 64710.FIBERGLASS
*. wrap around retread that gives 1117 NE 31 st .0. Karmann lM'
vicO..s"ptY uu 25 years. 3 BR. 1 barn at <
Fa.1.7 BUY BUILD REFINANCE more mileage I traction. Lett- Ave $100 per .... Alas 2 b.. red Shakespearereel 25c Ifc. a 1957 WW : $795Many
MIl' .
Can mer Tire Co. 623 N. Main 5?. 1 bath to NW at $65 per .... kwage.815) 3 piece good man's condition.Samsomte S25mm ,- 1 .S cad OR hardtop . .

Den Byrd 371-4351.
Auto Glow t2S NW U St. Ph. FR MS11 Tree Serric University Realty. I movie camera $30; $25prolecton ft Mil .Ejrlcto Other Used Cars to Choose From
3 BR. 1 bath 1414 NE flit St. IrS U screen Ph. 37 -

only bust- GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA A-1 TREE SERVICE per .... Call McKlnnev-Graen 2355.BIROS. GR
Is our
iaToa.ss immediate hstallatton and conventional loans. Low Pruning demossing bracing t cblalno %- Inc. 1-3617. Eye maple .chest and PONE 519WANTED MANY WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT

hell. A dI wfy. Add rates. Terms to 25 veers. 1228 A tree ........ Cavity RENTALS dresser. Mahogany kneetoleesk
ItIdaIP
free W. Unh Ave. sn *s. work tree f eedln Lawn service Oak and matching:
IIeIufY A velgele yaur. cw.o 2 & 3 BR. Homes. furs and vfum. dresser USED
MAULCmn AUTO GLASS co. FORDYCE end Associates Inc. and maitfenance. Licensed : wash stand. China cabinets. New
NoW.-.1t. F.H55L Conventional and FJiX loam.Coll Insured. Free estimates. Trey wabwt dinette table. Lamps ether MOTOR
REALTORJOlt
32 376-1234. Grace FortYce Thames. 376-2J40. jack Hoover, MARY MOELlER household items. Mearty-Mu FOR

4, '!" "!lor. Ferdyca d Associates. 466-3412. GateesvlUe Fla W. University FU 6-4471 Furniture Sho 316 N-W. Ittt CHG RIDGWAY

Inc. fM .West University AveArNTttrfi --., 2 bedroom house en Archer Road Ave. FR e-4892. CO.

4DTlG.4.; .m .... W SOWICLIANIt'GWINDOWS aeml _- furnished 164 per me. OR SALE S hot water tanks 30 MOVED'HONE
.. i Phone FR 20235. pal. with gas heater attached also CAR
cleaned floors cleaned 454-1650 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
and waxed. houses washed.I BEDROOM frame nouse at 2091 150 gaL butane gas tank. Campiete HIGH SPRINGS

IVJCX 1UlC'1'O&Yr Exterior decorating and painting.Free yrs. experience. Fret estimates I.E. itth Ter. SU per month. with gauges. Inquire Lewis

C Phone FR Nt5L Cell 373-1436. Jewelry Ceo
'.estimates.. Phone 373-5814. '.

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16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday_June 15, 1964

teachers In the,"survey he said.of the-retired .-,03>h:" ..;...<*. _., .......::-_. ....__ _k.,.,. """ ...,..,. : .' .:: t'J: : : J

Probation Ex-Officers Hold Own personnel themselves Rogers "" ,- -.'.-,' ". ., -- .
y '
found they were influenced in '. -
Given in 3 With Profs on JuCo Staffs their choice of Florida as a state' '
"L
in which to teach "by the recreational AT McDUFF

TALLAHASSEE Retired teachers would not object to possibilities and their j ;;
>s
Court Cases military men compare favora- employing additional retired attendance"at a Florida graduate THERE'S A MAGNIFICENT _:": ., ...fNsee I

bly as teachers with their colleagues -nilitary personna provided they school. _
Probationary terms were im on Florida junior college -were of the same high caliberas Florida is known in the edu- ,
posed on Alachua County men faculties, in the opinion of the ones who are presently cational world for the large lVIagnavax.:
by Circuit Judge George L.. administrators and students in teaching in Florida," he said. number of retired service men
Patten yesterday.Gordon the colleges. As teachers many of the retired -teaching in its junior colleges,

This was shown in a survey military people are especially Rogers said. Large numbers FOR EVERY HOME. AND A MODEL PRICED FOR EVERY BUDGET!
Bennett Brown, charged just completed at Florida State strong in the science- also teach in California, Tex- .
with three counts of for University by James T. Rogers, mathematics area, he said. as and New York, he said. Typically -
gery ranging from $11.12 to $36.s .- a doctoral student who is returning The, retired military person- military men have re- .
nel "are favorably acceptedby tired in their forties, taken '= "
to the faculty of Pensa- .
:; three
'- was placed on years'probation. 1f. "
cola Junior College this monthas students and are consideredto graduate work toward advanced -
He must make resi- be above and then college
or
dean of students. average averagein degrees joined
tifution and voluntarily undergo Rogers submitted a questionnaire comparison with career faculties. STEREO HI-FI PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH WITH LUGGAGE .t .

psychiatric treatment. Brown to the 66 retired service TYPE HANDLE FOR TRUE PORTABILITY, .
had entered a plea of guilty. persons now on the faculties of 7 880Two
s rr a
Judge Patten set aside the ad Florida and got public administrators junior and colleges % : yT; f M1'; 8" oval speakers project sound W-later-j _ ,
Judication.of guilt and imposed students to compare them as \ ally Loudness, stereo balance, and tone con-
probation.John teachers with career teachers. \ yY- trol. Micro-Matic player with 10 year guaranteed

Henry Booth, charged The military personnel "do diamond stylus. Silver Seal Warranty. '
with a $15.63 forgery was givena not differ significantly from career Model SC235 a ;t
three year term of probation.He teachers in the estima-
had pleaded nollo contendre tion of administrators," Rogers ,
li
said in a summary of his con- 1 'i t "rteI
(neither admitting nor denying .
guilt) April 13. A public de clusions. "Administrators responsible I I I II ," .. '," ,' "''
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