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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: June 17, 1964
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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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:* By NORMAN LaCOE beds. They cannot expect spe- fuls during their 12 weeks in work day will begin with an and in the role of the United
Sun Staff WriterBrazilinminiature cial treatment because they are Gainesville."The hour of hard physical exercise States in South America.At .
is being Rigorous Program Americans or because they are major aim of all this is before breakfast, because the the university, the volun-
created at the University of used to a softer life. to teach these people to speak life is physically hard in Bra- teers will spend ten weeks in
\ Florida to train 58 Peace The first purpose of the train- the Portuguese language. They zil where these people will be training, ending August 29. Aft-
Corpsvolunteers who arrive Aimed at Work in Brazilous ing program is to train the vol- also will study the culture, customs going, and, they must be ableto er two more weeks of trainingat

.: in Gainesville. today and unteers to do their work. For history and geography of stand up to it Camp McQuarrie, 75 miles
who are destined for two years' this reason, there is a careful- Brazil," Bartz said. "Their work week will Include southeast of Gainesville, they
J assignment in some of South ly-chosen cadre of instructorsand Mallory Hall- dormitory near 60 hours of training and will be allowed six days leaveto
Americas most remote re- difficult life of Peace Corps The other is the University of leaders. The second purpose Southwest 5th Avenue and 13th instruction, plus their home- visit their homes. Then the

gions. volunteers.The North Carolina. is to weed out those who Street, will be home to the work. We have set it up to run Corpsmen will be sent to Brazil.In .

Dr. Wayne H. Bartz,' UF assistant 58 trainees are being "The Peace Corps is a per- could not stand the rigors of' group. Women, men and mar- from Sunday evening through Brazil, the Peace Corps
I psychology professor who drawn from all over the United son-to-person program," Bartz two years' work in remote- ried couples will occupy differ- Saturday night." volunteers will serve as agri-
is the ent sections of the The 22-man staff for cultural extension workers, if
q directing Peace Corps States, Bartz said. said, "and this training program areas. building. training
j project, said the volunteers will is designed to prepare The training program in- "They will have all their and evaluating the recruits in- they are men and as home econ-
,live in isolation, learning .and Only two southern universities these volunteers. They will live cludes psychiatrists and psyco- meals separately; and only Por- cludes specialists in the Portu- omists if they are women.
\ experiencing situations designed have Peace Corps train- among the natives,' eat the logists who will study and eval- tuguese will be spoken in the guese language, in Latin Amer- Some will be assigned to a pro-
: to prepare them for the rigor- ing programs now, Bartz said. same food, sleep on the same uate the Peace Corps hope- dining area," Bartz said. "Their ica and Brazil, geopolitics (See CORPS on Page 5)




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J' ,"" "...<\.., ,,:.1 Barry Goldwater's delegate
'; t., .t'ik} strength has soared to 674, according -
t't'.y'. to an Associated Press
"F. Lktf (AP) Sen- of them to knock down amendments .
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f total, he will win the Republican -
: *..1 i-( 1 ;t rights battle today amid indica- More of the same was in
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---- 19 votes to spare. the is end.
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] \ II Members of the new Public Recreation Board met yesterday to organize and elect 'a chairmanSpurgeon Cherry, Fifty-six votes pledged Tuesday In a 13-hour session Tuesday Dixie contingent would offer i
by Texas Republicans until the Sen-
running
midnight
," from left include Recreation Directors McGriff Jr. only about 20 more amend-
second from left. Members of the board ( ) Ray Massey, Perry ,
pushed the Arizona Senator over ate broke all records in the ments.If .
Cherry, Mike Kreshka, James Richardson, Dwight Hunter, Tuck Mizell, John Neller, Eugene Mills and- Coach T. B.
of Hill veteransby
memory Capitol this proves to be correct,
McPherson. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis).
More political stories will be taking 34 roll-call votes, 33 they said, the Senate will not
II 'run so late tonight, and Thurs-
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day will be wholly devoted to a
Board Reviews Dutiesnot
Recreation
New Fire Adds last round of speeches on the
the top-the 655 mark'needed to measure, mostly from its foes.
of win the big prize at the Republican This would mean the final
By JEAN CARVER appointed by the commissionto Cherry echoed Richardson's cy and procedure manuals and National Convention'open Threat InEarthquake vote to pass the measure and

.\ Sun Staff Writer "solve any single problem." explanation."I job description manual.In ing July 13 in San Francisco.But send it back to the House in revised -
He told the biracial board, the like the biracial, citywidetone discussion yesterday the form would
.f.fI intramurals .after winning in Texas; come on Friday -
I Spurgeon Cherry, first in the city's history, while ," Cherry explained. Everybody board members agreed to meet
possibly : in the
department head at the Univer- Goldwater said the job is notdone'yet early day.
its organization was an historic is to say what they with a representative the The
He said he still needs biggest final hurdle is
sity of Florida, was elected step, "any problems with integration think. There should be no se- New York management consult- NIIGATA, Japan (AP-Bat- Sen. Strom Thurmond
because of the D-S.C., 1:
.1 chairman of the reorganized will be incidental,'this crets that lead to misunder- ing firm the city is negoti- more delegates tered and broken'by one of the who has
already offered 20
Public Recreation Board yes is a recreation board for a total standing and misinterpretation.I ating with to study city opera- danger of slippage from, among strongest Japanese earthquakesof amendments unsuccessfuly and
J terday. recreation program. hope the real purpose of tions to discuss the recreation the delegates now on his list. modern times, Niigata was told a reporter he bring in
Six of the seven newly.apI Then he directed his remarksto this board will be understood." program.. Goldwater's,Texas sweep had menaced today by fire and 16 more. may
.j'I I I pointed members also elected Lincoln High Coach T. B. McPherson Recreation Director Ray Mas- The board will meet again been expected, with none of the flood. Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D -

Perry McGriff Jr., vice chairman and Eugene Mills, 'I sey, whose""unresignation" was next Wednesday. Initially, mem- Lone Star delegates expressinga Police removed 7,350 persons, N.C., who has called 23
y and Mrs. Rae Wiemer-, chairman of the Community announced by City Manager Bill bers agreed the board should previous preference for Penn- including 2,000 hospital patients, amendments, said he..might up
I I who was absent, secretary. Center Advisory Board. Green at Monday's city commis- meet the last Wednesday of sylvania Gov. William W. from the vicinity of petroleum have a few more.

\1 City Commission James'Richardson "You are not here to get what sion meeting, was given unanimous each month, cutting down the Scranton, Goldwater's newest tanks blazing along the water (See RIGHTS on Page 2)) .
commission liason to the you can for your people," Rich- vote of confidence by number of meetings once the challenger. front of this big port on the
advisory board, briefly explained ardson said.' "Your skills and the new recreation board. organization work is completedif Scranton has picked up 44 del- northwest coast, the center ofJapan's
j the board's duties, backgrounds are important*\ for Massey outlined the depart- there, is no great need to egates since he'started his cam- petroleum industry. State Milk

1, I warning the members they were the total program." t ment's summer programs, poli- meet monthly. paign last Friday with 84 first- Workers tore down 300 flimsy COlllmissionLoses

ballot votes in his pocket. But houses in the path of the fire,

Ban JohnsonsFete only one, in Pennsylvania', is but the flames inched towarda Power
f May County Continues known to have been ,a delegatewho hydrogen tank 90 feet away,

previously' supported Gold- raising fears. of a gigantic ex T EEAP-The)

19 Throat Jackie water. plosion. Florida Milk Commission has
Seventeen of Scranton's new Also threatened was a tank of scheduled a meeting for early
Study of BudgetBy votes have come from state conventions gasoline ,additive that would July to consider its next moveIn
LozengesWASHINGTON .... At Dinner'NEW in Maryland and Con- loose poisonous fumes over the light of a federal court decI-
necticut, the remainder from crippled city of 340,000 if it sion which stripped much of its
JIM McGUIRK quest was down this year to $17- YORK (APPresidentand went .
(AP) The delegates who were uncommitted up.Ninety powers.
Food and Drug Administration Sun Staff Writer 830 from the 1963 64 appropri- Mrs. Johnson, accompaniedby or favored Gov. Nelson A. oil storage tanks on The meeting tentatively is set
announced today it proposes to The Alachua County Commission's ation of $18,207. several Washington digni- Rockefeller of New York, who the devastated waterfront had for July 7-8 at Orlando. The

cancel certification of 19 typesof annual parade of budget Each category where the taries, flew here Tuesday night (See BARRY on Page 2)) caught fire, U.S. Air Force and commission is expected to de-
throat lozenges or troches requests continued yesterday as amount requested differs from and attended a dinner in honorof Japanese planes and helicoptersflew cide whether to ask the court for
containing antibiotics, on the commissioners heard requests the appropriation made the pre- Mrs. John F. Kennedy.The fire-dousing foam to Niiga some relaxation in the order.
1 evidence of totaling about $760,000 from nine vious year, and the previousyear's
ground that efficacy' dinner at the St. Re- ta airportMuch The court ruling was made
J is lacking. The effect would be more deparments.Each appropriation, were: as- gis Hotel also was a tribute to WHERETO of Niigata is land reclaimed June 11, carrying out the dictateof
of the Commission's 36
to bar the products from sale sistant secretary, $4,800, $6,900; New York area trustees of the from the sea, and in the U.S. Supreme Court Decision
j, In interstate commerce. departments currently is sub- part-time inspectors, $1,200, $1- John F. Kennedy Memorial li- 'FIND IT the wake of Tuesday's quake a ,, in January this year which
for fis-
mitting a budget request 800 time draftsmen
; part $1-
brary to be built Harvard to sink
near large area began Floodwaters
said that state milk authorities
The agency said .interested cal 1964-65, which begins in October 200; travel expenses for the sec-
persons have ,90 days within for Alachua County. retary and inspectors, $1,500, University.Mrs. '. Comics . . 31. spread into a third of could not hamper the flow of
which to furnish any informa- The commisson heard eight $1,200; office supplies and Kennedy sat next .to Clauified 33-35 the city. By midafternoon today milk over state lines.
Johnson at the dinner attendedby 32 they ranged from ankle deep to The court order
tion, which, in their opinion, requests last week. After listen- printing, $875, $752; equipment Entertainment by Judges
substantial efficacy to all the 200 guests and given by Mr. Obituaries . 2 waist high. Warren Jones, G. Harrold Cars-
demonstrates ing original requestsand maintenance, $50, nothing
of the drugs or to submit examining each one in for- previously appropriated and Airs. Stephen Smith of New Opinion Page . 4 The rolling ,earthquake, Japan's well and William A. McRae Jr.
subscripSee
; York . 19-22 worst since 1923, spread
the late Sports entered in
comments. mal and informal the BUDGET City, president'sbrother.inIaw was a case brought
written meetings, ( on Page 2))
pass on the requests. and sister. Mrs. Women's .8,9 destruction over 11 prefecturesSee by Polar Ice Cream Co. of Pen-
I A spokesman said the pro- CIVIL DEFENSE (See JACKIE on Page 2) ( QUAKE on Page 2)) sacola against the commission.
1 posal'applies to some 30 pro- Parents HoldDrinking
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i 1L handled ducts basic, made by about manufacturers by something 25 distributors like and asked Director for $5,508.03 E. A.from Bethel the Jr., Bout; $125,000 Awarded in Baby's DeathBy 11

Including the manufacturers.The County. He expects additional Baby Slashed ....
grants of $5,508.03 from the Cityof
proposal would affectonly Gainesville and $11,016.06 MIAMI (APDoctors"Yorked NORM LA COE for their son in the day care The child was seen wearing the providing enough people* he

those troches containing from the federal government. today to save the life and arms Sun Staff WriterA nursery. Mrs. Courson then was pacifier on other occasions.The said. He argued that because
antibiotics, for which certifica- Out of the total he plans the of a nine weeks old boy who verdict of $125,000 equalto employed by Alachua Generalas child: strangled on the there were not enough people,
tion was required before May 1, following allocations: director: said slashed police the largest civil damage a medical technician. She pacifier cord in his crib about the Courson's child was not
was during a
1963, when regulations went $7,100; secretary, $3,120; travel, bout at his award ever in Alachua County is not now employed.The noon. Eighteen hours of opera- kept under constant observation.He .
drinking
into effect making all anti- $3,360; office supplies and printing parents'home. last night was awarded bya .jury deliberated 2 hours tions and care failed to save contended that when Mrs.
biotic products certifiable by $300; telephone and telegraph Circuit Court jury to the par- and 45 minutes, emerging once his life.The child's plight was Courson paid the fee and placed
FDA. $400; insurance, $182.11; The child, Michael Walker, ents of a baby boy who to ask Circuit Judge George L. not discovered for sane time, her son in the nursery, she had
dues $20; rent, $50; communications was reported improved after strangled in his crib at Alachua Patten to clarify a point of possibly as little as ten min- hired the hospital to provide .
It would not apply to at least equipment,'* $6,000; hours of surgery that began last General Hospital months ago. utes or as long as 40. Two per- constant, proper care for him.
200 other troches on the market emergency operations shelter night when the baby was hospi- The baby was Dale Warren law.Trial began. Monday morn sons were in the crib room most Gibson told the jury that a
which contain antibiotics which modification, $1,200;. surplusproperty talized unconscious. from loss of Courson. of the time. In his crib, the just verdict would mean restoration .
ti were not certifiable prior to $300.mUNTY. blood. Gainesville attorney WilliamC. ing.The Coursons had asked dam- baby may have appeared to be of the baby to Its parents.

j that,time. SERVICE His parents, Tom Walker, 35, O'Neal, who defended the ages on two grounds.F"irst'they asleep. Since that is impossible, he said,
FDA said the proposal would OFFICER and Winnie Walker, 33, were hospital,,said he will appeal or sought $100,080 as parents. Second Karl Leib and Robin Gibson, the law provides monetary dam
the following troches, The office of the County Service charged with aggravated assault 'seek a new trial $26,080 was asked for the Miami attorneys argued for the ages as compensation.He .
I cover of which are sold withoutprescriptions Officer asked for$7,625. Last The Courson ,child( was 11 estate of the dead child whose Coursons that the hospital was asked $100,060 for both
I most :year's appropriation was $7,515. Police said,slashes under Mi months old when he was foundin surviving kin are his.parents.In negligent on three grounds: parents, based on their anguishand
Each category where the chael's arms apparently were in- his c ilr March 1, 1963,-un- brief, the evidence developed Lack of proper supervision, grief, and for the loss of
Bacltracin, gramicidin, neomYcin :- amount requested changed flicted with a broken baby bot- conscious and unbreathing with by ten plaintiff witnesses and lack of enough qualified per- services of their son for his first

; tyrothricin; chortetracy- from the previous year, and tle. They said the parents both the cord of his pacifier, twisted three for the defense established sonnel at work, andlack of attention 21 years.
eliDe hydrochloride; zinc bad- the previous year's appropriation had been drinking and were not around his neck. 'He died this outline of events: to the Courson baby. Gibson asked $1$ 0Oo rot the

.cUa : penicillin.zinc was: travel expenses, $500, in a condition to permit questioning 18 hours later. Dale Warren Courson wore a Leib, in his closing argu- child's estate. He asked the jury ,
4 zinc' bacitracin; trea- $400; dues, $10, nothing pre- them.Juvenile His parents are Clifford C. pacifier; placed there ,by his .ments, said hedid not blame to calculate the baby expected
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hydrochloride gram.' yioushappropriated.. court judge Ben Shep- Courson, now 32, and Louise, mother, while in the hospital the people who were at work lifetime worth and reduce it to
.. qtrac : RoY41 aoNINQ AND ft.&NNING ''I pard mad* the,baby a ward oift now 34. They .contend the bos day care nursery ,four_. days, in the nursery.v .-. present value the award

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The Parents of a baby ,who contingency negligence case:1 Partly cloudy this afternoon this week threw his support be- tions and books, $55, $30; ad- 'amount requested differs from I

strangled in a crib, Mr., and here may ask one third if the; murder charge has been and afternoon Thursday and evening with Isolated thundershowers.' rrtostly hind Scranton. .vertising, $250, $75; drating table the appropriation made the previous -

Mrs. Clifford C. Courson, 1909 case does not go to trial, 40 per I filed against Mrs. Caretha Arm Low tonight 70 to 76. high Thursday Since Scranton's entry into and equipment, $500. [I year, and. the previous ,
N.W. 36th Dr., last night were cent if it is tried, and 50 per cent ,strong in the shooting death of M to Generally U Variable fair 5 to through 15 knot Thurs winds.E : the race five delegates said COUNTY AGENT'S amount, was: home demonstration '

awarded a $125,000 verdict of the final award if it is ap Zack Bridges, Windsor dairy day..90s.Low Variable tonight low 5 to 70s.15 miles high Thursday winds. E U\F 'I f they no longer favor Goldwater, OFFICE agent salary, $3,263.50, I

against Alachua General,Hospital pealed.Out employe, last Saturday night. BCD Partly cloudy S W including the one in Pennsyl- Wilburn C. Farrell's office $3,050; assistant home demonstration I

by a Circuit Court jury. of this fee, attorneysmust Mrs. Armstrong's husband, through Thursday. Few scat- ,,,, \ vania. But his losses have been asked for $20,286, a jump of $2- agent salary, $2,300.50; ..

,Only one other judgment in pay for investigations, as- Butler, was ,charged with aggravated tered showers in afternoon. more than, offset by gains 334 over the previous allocation.The $2,150; clerical assistant salary

the history of Alachua Countyhas sistants, fees, costs of gather assault. Low tonight low 70s, high among other delegates who previously office also receives monies $1,980, $1,810; assistant home

been as rich. That was the ing evidence and talking to wit- Sgt. Walter Coleman of the Thursday 90s. Variable 5 to H listed themselves as un from federal and state sources. demonstration agent (N e gro)

decision in favor of Sidney and nesses, and so forth. Alachua County Sheriff's office 15 mile winds.H committed.In amount requested differs from [salary $300, no prior appropri-

Cleo Bradfield ten weeks ago, Even after their attorneys said Mrs. Mmstrong apparentlyfired Partly cloudy through Thursday addition, the Arizona senator the appropriation made the pre- ation; travel expenses for as-

against the Gainesville Gas Co. have been paid, the Coursons a .22 calibre pistol at few low afternoon 70s high showers.Thursday Low,as.tonight has won fresh support at vious year, and the previous appropriation :-sistant home demonstration i I

Attorneys Philip, ,Barton and may not get to keep all that is Bridges as he':was fighting wither Variable G J 5-to 15 Generally mile winds.fair through state conventions since an- was: county agent agent (Negro) $900, $420; office ,

William R. Burwell representedthe husband. Thursday. Low tonight 70s high Thursday ton's announcement.With salary, $5,029, $4,700; associate [supplies and printing, $120, no I
left.Income 15 beaches
on and 90 Inland.
Br dfields. tax may be due. Thisis Coleman said he was told the K Generally fair through Thursday only Montana's 14 votesto county agent salary, $3,745, $3- prior allocation made; telephoneand f

However the Coursons will a question lawyers may have i two men, who live near each tonight. chance(0, high of a Thursday brief shower.88. East Low GAINESVILLE WEATHER: be decided before the GOP 500; assistant county agent (Ne- telegraph, $200, $150; Dues, ;

not see a penny of their award to answer. other, were arguing in front of and TEMPERATURES southeast s to 15 mile ELSEWHEREHigh winds. convention begins, the AP survey gro), $300; county agent secre- $20, $18; postage and box ren- -.:

for a long time, if ever opine Gainesville attorneys point Bridges' home. Low Precp. Municipal Airport readingsJacksonville of first-ballot votes based on tary salary, $1,980 ,$1,630; Ne- tal, $15, no prior allocation ;

court observers. 'out that last night's case is un- Miami 91 85 .75 80. for 24 hours'to 8, a.m. today: primary election commitments, gro secretary, $800, $599; assist- made; new equipment $455.' I

First there :win be .appeals. usual in another respect. It is Man Tampa Atlanta 95 78 High 96 at 1 p.m., low 69 at pledges, instructions or stated ant county agent (Negro) travel $495. : \ 1

William C. O'Neal, attarneyJor a ,suit by a citizen against a CapturedIn New Orleans 92 90 72 72 6 a.m. No rain.ALMANAC. preference showed: expenses, $900, $420; out of HISTORICAL COMMISSIONThis ,
General said he win Boston 67 53 travel $1,200, I
, Alachua public agency for negligence. Goldwater 674 county expenses,
AbductionOf New York 71 53
: appeal. He also',may ,ask ,for a In most states, suits cannotbe Washington 77 55 t Scranton 128 $1,000; subscriptions and books, department wants $500, ,
what
new trial. maintained s u c cessfully Chicago'Kansas City 66 85 55 72 Sunset today ...."........... 7.32pm. Rockefeller 123 $30, $25, telephone and tele- I exactly it got last year

Even if the.$125,000 verdict is against governmental agencies HousewifeSOUTH Denver Ft. Worth 91 83 55 74 20 Moonset Sunrise tomorrow tomorrow................... 5:29 2:06 a a.m.m. Cabot Lodge 45 graph, $350; $300; dues, $36, $28; I I year for and will use the money

allowed to stand not .all.of it because of the doctrine of MARINE FORECAST Full Moon ...._............. June 24 Henry postage and rental$36$24_ ; "marking historical spots or
will go to the CosozLS.Their sovereignty. This harks back, to PITTSBURG, Tenn. 15 EAST knots GULF through: Variable Thursday.winds Generally 5 to Spica PROMINENT near the STAR Moon. Richard Margaret M.Chase Nixon Smith 15 8 4-H Club boys Negro) $385, for gathering and"preserving' interesting .

attorneys, Karl Leib and the, Middle Ages, when kings, (AP-Officers said today they CEDAR KEY TIDES VISIBLE PLANETS $300; 4-H Club boys (white), records.
Thursday High at 8.53 a.m. and Saturn In southeast ........ 2:47 a m Favorite 92 BUILDING AND ,
Robin Gibson, Miami, have who ruled by divine right, were shot and captured Johnny D. ':37 p.m. Low at 2:31 a.m. and 3:39 Jupiter rises ............... 3:16 arm. sons $750, $700; new equipment, including GROUNDS
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earned a fee. The amount is above the law. Beecher, 32, convicted Negro p.m. Mars rises 4.09 a.m. I an electric typewriter, tile

confidential, and conceivably Florida statutes do not repeal rapist sought in the abductionof A Of Goldwater's first ballot folding chairs and a slide pro- County basic maintenance department -

might be very small: sovereignty, but do permit public 'a pregnant white housewifewho Five-Day Forecast votes, some 401 are bound to jector, $605, $545. is asking $37t425 and

Generally, however, attorneyswho bodies to take 'out insurance .was found dead. him by personal pledge, primary got $32,210 last year. :

accept negligence .cases against negligence. Where thisis Chief of :Police E., Dick Bur- I Temperatures will average the low in the low seventies. election legal require- HOME DEMONSTRATION Each category where the I

work on a contingency fee. done, citizens are permittedto row said Beecher was shot in ,around normal to three degrees Rainfall will be below normal ments or official action of state DEPARTMENTThe amount requested differed from ,

They get nothing if they lose. file suit, and the insurance the leg and is being held,under above during the five day period with isolated showers, probably and district conventions.The budget request for this department'eased -the previous fiscal years and

Joe C. Jenkins Jr., president of companies cannot defend them- guard in a South Pittsburg ending Monday.. The normal] becoming slightly more numer- remaining 273 say they slightly higher the prior amount, was:

the Alachua County Bar, said selves on the ground of sover hospital. ,high ranges from 88 to 92 with. ous later in the week. personally favor the senator but than the previous year, $12,9391 Maintenance supervisor salary .

that an attorney"who accepts a eignty.: Burrow said Beecher admitted are not bound to him. It is from to $11,528.50. This department $3,900, $3,540; three janitors,

and Martha them that Scranton must try to receives funds from state and I $2,760 for each, $2,700 previously
raping strangling '
More About 0- to federal sources, as well as allocated
draw enough support preclude for each
: one
Jane Chisenhall, 21, a bride of ( ; part-
: seven months, who was abduct- Qbttuaric a first-ballot victory for county.Each where the I time maintenance man, $600, no

I Suit es shortly after Beecher escaped Goldwater. category '[previous amount appropriated;

Monday from an Ala I utilities, $17,000, $14,000, grounds
bama work gang near her I MRS. VERA JONES bridge, Ga.; two grandchildren, More About More About maintenance, $1,975, $900.

From Page 1 home. I 14 great grandchildren and two COUNTY ,COMMISSION
STARKE Services for Mrs.
J great-great grandchildren.Rev. Presenting the commission's
.
:
Mrs. Chisenhall's body was M. Jones 80 will be
should include funeral and medical ,"If .Mrs. Courson doesn't, found Tuesday on Sand Mountain -Vera Thursday at 3 in Jones E. L. Griffis will officiate Jackie \ Quake [own budget to itself was.. ; the
--
said. The blame the at Alachua p.m. with burial in New Cemetery
expenses, he people Hope group's administrative assistant,
I in northeast Alabama.The Memorial Chapel at Starke. I .
child's estate to his next General Hospital, why should near LaCrosse. Howard'V ston. .
,
passes
4 husband, Raymond, 20, She died Tuesday morning at From Page 1 From Page 1
kin his ? i
of His
parents. ,we new budget request almost
was at work when his wife disappeared -a Starke convalescent home. ROBERT THOMAS
l O'Neal denied the hospitalwas Leib, replying to O'Neal, told Johnson sat at another table. exactly matched the
,from their ,home Survivors include a daughter, Services will be at 11 a.m. with a population of nearly 17, amounts
negligent. He ,argued that the jury the question was not' Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, the for I
appropriated the
about the time that Beecher Mrs. Clara Smyrnios, Kalamazoo -tomorrow at the Antioch .Baptist million spread over 150 miles: previous
. in the Coursons also who the around thebaby's : mother, and fiscal
case late l
pacifier president's
put
any year dropping off !
' broke away from a road gang Mich.; two sons, Marvin Church for Robert Wilmer of Japan's northwest coast. The; slightly
He objected to he Gen. Robert} F. Kennedy,!
were negligent. neck. Negligence lay, Atty. to $60,185 from a previous
year's
which was working a short distance and Robert Blackburn, both of Thomas, who died.Tuesday at confirmed casualty toll was surprisingly -
the request for damages for thechild's said, in failure to, attend the his brother, attended the din-! $60,235. -
Jacksonville brother Millard Gainesville.
his home low
a however.
away.More ; near I
estate on grounds .it is child. McCullough, Miami; four' siSters Elder Robert, Smith and Dr. [nero The attorney general and The national police reported The only] changes he made

'": speculation to guess what the I "They didn't have enough Mrs. Tom Jarrell and Mrs. U. S. Gordon will officiate. Bur Adlai E. Stevenson, ambassadorto 24 dead, 10 missing and 282 in- were postage and box rental,

baby might have earned. trained people there," Leib.said AboutRights Venna Oliver, both of Collins, ial will be in Antioch Cemetery.The the United Nations, both of jured, many seriously.The which dropped from 1,800 to

O'Neal insisted there was no Judge Patten instructed the Ga.; Mrs. Ed Whiddon, Perry; Williams-Thomas Funeral whom arrived at the hotel after quake damage could not $1,500, and a $250 request for
lack of supervision. He cited jury to find the facts and apply and Johnson, were cheered by the shelving for
Mrs May Sheffield, Stock-Home is in charge. be assessed yet but officials storage.
. evidence that Mrs. Miriam C. the law. II the hospital was guests. said it would run to hundreds of County Engineer R. J. Miller
and
Morrison, now living in Hawaii, found negligent, the jury was Actor Fredric March actress -millions of dollars. asked $599,877 for the Road and

, was in the'nursery only minutes asked to calculate damages. Florence Eldridge, his. The National Railways, which Bridge Department.

before the baby,was found. However, he said, if the Cour- From Page 1 Clergy Is Joining wife, read favorite some of the late pres-from halted all operations in the Although he asked for a num-

He argued that all legal requirements -sons also were' found negligent, ident's passages area because of rockslides and ber of increases. in his operating
Irish and j.
were met, and that they could not recover for them There were clear signs of a Shakespeare, poetry in- twisted rails, estimated its dam- expenses, his overall requestwas

there was no lack of competent selves in any case. split in Southern ranks on thestrategy quotations from Kennedy's age at $30 million. some $26,000 less than the
Drive augural address and speeches. ,
He"said "Mr and to be followed. Integration .
personnel in thecrib room. During the day/both Because of the of White Stunned inhabitants of Nifg previous year's authorization of
children in the crib room 'Mrs. Courson testified. i Several said privately they press ta, site of a national athletic $599,877.He .
House business Johnson
was
were actually watched more 'I Mrs. Courson said she bought saw no purpose in offering a meet attended by Emperor Hir-
until late managed this, he said by
. Gainesville By DON MCKEEST. Market and returned to the not sure Tuesday
than' babies usually aie the pacifier in a wholesale number of amend- ohito week .
closely only a wan-
ago
I he could make the cutting his requested
AUGUSTINE (AP-Cler church without incident. whether trip. contingency -
: in their own homes at nap time. drug store for her son. ments, many of them exceedingly returned to dered aimlessly without water, fund amount from five
"You had no qualms about the gymen from other states made State police cleared the park They Washington I per
O'Neal told the jury that even I minor, only to have them electricity, cooking gas, communications cent to two cent. The
this their for [early today. per monies -
if the hospital were found negligent -string .around his neck? asked swamped by overwhelmingvotes. city target today and the surrounding area of or transportation. are kept for

: the Coursons could: not O'Neal' I They said they plannedto :more anti segregation demon- most white spectators. Only a Summer Jobs Premier Hayato Ikeda or- such emergencies,
as clean-up costs
t ask damages for themselves be- "Not particularly," she said use their remaining time for strations as efforts to bring a few persons watched. There was dered immediate measures to resulting

cause they were negligent.It in a low voice. I' speeches against the bill in the truce or settlement of racial issues no trouble as the marchers Hard to FindNEW move 200 tons of rice, hardtackfor from hurricanes. He said ro
such had
- She also said she and her husband final debate. continued.A again had a heavy police es emergencies occurredin
the 10,000
passage 250,000
was they who put pacifier YORK ,(AP) Many persons, candies the five
past
have now adopted a 9% I years.
-
, on their baby's neck, he All Southerners have retainedat grand jury in special session -cort.Fiftyone college students are finding it 50,000 flashlights and supplies

: said. It was they who left it month-old boy. least a part of the hour allowed planned to hear more wit- Negroes were jailed harder than usual to get sum of water to Niiga ta.
O'Neal asked her if she
: there. Their doctor saw it there. blamed them under the cloture nesses in its attempt to open up Tuesday for trying to desegregate mer jobs. There were no reports of cas- Lynda Bird
the personnel who
; "Parents could dress these were rule invoked a week ago todayby bi-racial talks, possibly leading several dining places and' In most areas there justaren't ualties among' the 60 or so i
on duty in the crib room. Ending
: (nursery) children as they saw "No," she said. the Senate to end the Dixie toward a solution. State attor several white integrationistswere enough to go around. Americans living in the Niigata Trip

': fit. Mrs. Courson saw fit to puta filibuster.Sen. Dan Warren said the jury released' from jail. :' Upperclassmen area. U.S. military authorities
: ney taking profes- HONOLULU
AP
Witnesses whose testimonywas ( ) Lynda
They included the Rev. William reported that a 16-man Coast
pacifier around this child's heard yesterday, in addition Richard B. Russell, D- might report its findings today. England, a Boston University sional training are having the Guard LORAN navigation station Bird Johnson was to return
neck during doctor's visits, at to Mr. and Mrs. Courson, Ga., the Southern leader, has I -most success, an Associated here from her four-day tour of
.
and when sle I Dr. Martin Luther 'King Jr.. chaplain, and Mrs. Sarah near Niigata had been cutoff
noontime visits were Drs. Melvin Greer and proposed only two amendmentsto Press survey of major colleges .Hawaii's islands for
today a
the afternoon." directing the drive here, returned -Patton Boyle, wife of a University from. communications and
in I bill and said he would
picked him up : the indicates. Girls who do office
George T. both of J. can -
should, Singleton, after three days out of of Virginia professor. water. All personnel were reported -state dinner given by Gov. John
he asked the jury, have I
Why, no more.
Hillis Miller Health Center Dr. work also are in demand.
A. Burns.
safe however.
: the city where he was arrested England told the crowd at the ,
hospital employes be expected Carl M. Herbert 429 S.W. 8th Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D- Thousands of jobs at the New > *
,
The slim
: I I"l last Thursday for trying to in- church that he had lost 20 to 30 i Lack of water seriously hampered 20yearold.daugh-
to remove the pacifier when thechild's Street for the Coursons Dr. Minn., the bill's floor York World's Fair attracting
,. ; manager tegrate a restaurant. He said 30 pounds while fasting in jail since are the fire fighters. ter of President Johnson is wind
"l doctor and mother had Edward G. Byrne, county health told newsmen, that efforts to Jewish 'rabbis from the New his arrest last Thursday with collegians from around the I Most of Japan's oil and gas ing up a visit to the SOih state.
not thought to do so. officer, Mrs Rhoda Mullis (recalled -win 'an informal agreement'to country.
I York area would arrive today. King. I wells are concentrated In Niiga Tuesday; she toured the 13milelip :
; O'Neal also reminded the jury ), Mrs. Faye Strickland, shut off the Southern amend While business conditions are I ta prefecture. The port had of Kilauea volcano on Hawaii
Mrs. arrested in similar
t f that Mrs. CoUI'SC1n.had said after Inverness, and Dr. Marvin L. ments had failed. i King.said about 25 Protestant Boyle, a -excellent, they haven't providedas more than 200 storage tanks Island and shopped with
the trial that she did not blamethose Kokomoor 102 S.W. 4th Ave. "All do is sit here and ministers from northern cities attempt Friday, said she regarded -
we can her "an honorary many job opportunities as containing some 300,000 tons of the aid of a Secret Service escort -
working in the nursery. "or the'hospital. grind through them," he said. also were expected Friday and jailing as expected. gasoline and oil. for a muumuu dres!.
: still others would come 'here degree in the struggle for _-. -- _. : ._ !
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next week to join integrationdrive so,
which has brought nearly deeply believe."

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Integrating Peacefully
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ATLANTA (AP) The num- The University of Alabama at ;Jr;,
ber of Negro students attending Tuscaloosa has three Negro coeds
former white colleges and universities in summer classes. They LUGGAGE RACK from
;. in the South has in- include Vivian Malone, one of,.......--- r 1C _
creased this summer and all two Negro students who desegregated -
j i entered peacefully. the university a r .
A ti
: year ago under federal court or-
Most schools do not list students -
ders.
t by race and that policy
\: may become a factor in easing Others are Ruth Benella Lewisof tI
the integration problem in more- Birmingham and Mrs. Velma
sensitive areas in the Deep Thompson of Tuscaloosa.The I

, i South.The their campus hardly knows *
Negroes go way Nq 99
I they are around. It different
I j hardly noticed by white stu-I was Sao- Vql
when
federalized
National ., UE
dents. Some of the schools
4 have had few or no Negroes Guardsmen stood by while Gov. ftwyou see-ike
,. in the past but their presence George Wallace made his un-
is little interest successful stand in the school
. attracting general -
;0 t house door last June.It An purpose rack that Is almost c
Associated Press
an is different, ncctuity in the guest room. Mahogan
too from the
i ri shows. ADMIRALDUPLEX
survey Fruitwood. and Walnut Ideal to r-
0: Negroes are attending sum- rioting which erupted at Tusca- with tray for side HrY.r-Can dowbi:
s) mer classes at the University of loosa nearly nine years ago as I sprtad holdtr.
Mississippi and the University when Autherine Lucy becamethe "It's FUR To Shop Chesnutt" I
first of her race to attend
J of Alabama scenes of riot- Chesnut
the university. Office
; ing during earlier integration 19
Violence erupted at Ole Missin 18,8
\ attempts. September 1962 when JamesH. Equipment Co. Inc. Cubic Foot
Three Negroes have started
Meredith was admitted under '
s classes at Northeast Louisiana 106 W. University Are. lI
court orders. Two white men Only
.i t State College without incident. were killed and hundreds were Phone FR 2-8421 I ,

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CONSCIENCEOF A FACT OF CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE .;:..;:= _, '
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t JOHN R. HARRISON, President and @ 2frur Unfit dim?a by Justice Stewart In a dissent Is inconsistent with the purpose witness against himself.' *
PretWnt
> hlUberi| ED PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Vie Vice Preiideat SOUTHBy By ARTHUR KROCK joined by Justice Clark. of our federal system The general standard of the

I Florida's Beautiful and ExeeitlT EdlUrt W. G. (Bin) WASHINGTON In recording and which is achieved either states is that a mere claimof
:; EBEBSOLE. Vie. President and Ad- I that, as a matter of "WHAT THE COURT has by encroachment on the self-incrimination is not

!. I' City' t,.) 1JONE.Tertlsiac Tic DlreeUn President BOB and TARTAG'University CircI.- RALPH McGILLr I fact, the Supreme Court Monday done," he wrote, "is to con- state's sovereign powers, or sufficient; the' trial judge.

i UO. HlBier. Prix Wlnniuf .r.t>li.>hrrOf twice amended the Con- vey a particular political by dilution in federal law en- may determine whether:
U ) licn
AtluU. (Ga. C niUt
stitution, it should be noted philosophy into a constitu- forcement of the specific protections "there is reasonable groundto

I THE SUN'S,POLICY that, also as a matter of fact, tional rule, binding upon found in the Bill of apprehend danger of criminal '
Lewis'Name the Constitution is what a each of the 50 states..without Rights..As recently as 1961 liability from his .(the,
I the and
t 1. Report news fully Impartially In the news columns.
regard and without respectfor this court reaffirmed that person's) being required ,to
majority of the Court it
the says
I 2. Express opinions of the Sun in -but only in-editorials. : ,
T; 3. Publish all tides of Important controversial issues. ft, is from time to time. the many individualizedand the Fifth Amendment's privilege answer.
U And it should further be differentiated character- against self-incrimina More than a dozen opinions

: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ;':'< ', noted that judicial supremacy istics of each state..stem- tion' was not applicable were written by the justicesin

Want Ads-376-4672 :J/ i over the acts of the ming from (its) distinct history against the states." the reapportionment. and
S. :! ( other two federal government distinct geography, distinct self incrimination cases.
I distribution of THE. "FEDERAL stand- These will require weeks
branches and the states has population fQr
I Handcuffing the Police? On CoalThis reached so high a degree of and distinct political ard" referred to is that, even the most experienced
acceptance that the President heritage..I could not join "Wherever the question constitutional lawyers .t o,

,t A significant recent decision of structed This is nothing more automatically enforces the the fabrication of a constitu. arises in criminal trials digest. _
the U.S. Supreme Court has created than a thinly disguised constitutional ( is the first of three articles decrees of the Supreme Court, tional mandate which imports whether a confession is competent But the clear overridlnc:
on coal and Appalachia) and that appeals to Congressto and forever freezes one because not voluntary, fact is that both decisions;
the possibility that incriminating policy of minimizing or entirely WASHINGTON, D.C.1 exercise its limited powerto theory of political thought the issue is controlled by that were basic Supreme Court

statements made by a defendantmay prohibiting the use in evidence of seemed to see John L. Lewis vacate them get nowhere. within our Constitution..and portion of the Fifth Amend. amendments of the Constitution ;-

not be ,used against him, even, voluntary out-of-court admissionsand sitting there, peering oitt forever denies to every state ment..commanding that no as previously affirmedand

though police'obtain the information nfessions made by the accused from beneath the jungle of his THE RESULT is that when any opportunity..to accom- person 'shall be compelled in re-affirmed by the Supreme -

without coercion, threats or the use . Massiah) was not eyebrows," the congressmansaid. the Court proclaims, as it modate within a system of any criminal case to be a Court. .
"It was odd to be talk did Monday, revolutions in representative govern ment
of other illegal practices. questioned in what could call
anyone ing about coal without old the American political pro- the interests and aspirationsof ON THE RIGHT =
an 'atmosphere of official coercion. John around to set us rightor cess and in the legal processof diverse groups of people, )

The 6-3 decision resulted in reversal What he said was said to a partnerin wrong. He did both." the states, the revolutionsare without subjecting any groupor \

of the conviction of Winston crime who had also been indicted "Coal is bread to Appalachia immediately accomplish class to absolute domina- 'Blues Blues \

Massiah, a seaman charged with illegal .- Certainly after. this case the ," Joseph E. Moody told ed. The only authoritative tion by a geographically ,
,
the congressional committee protest comes from within concentrated or highly or-
possession and importation ,of Colsons will be few and far between;
holding hearings on PresLdent the Supreme Court itself, by ganized inajority.ttThe
narcotics. Massiah and Jesse, Colson, and the Massiahs can breathe much Johnson's proposal to attack the dissenters. revolutionary effect of

: charged with the same offense, were easier, secure in the knowledge that the poverty of the region.Mr. Monday these numberedfour the decision which abruptly Go Aivay'By

: indicted and released on bail. While the, Constitution furnishes an important Moody is president of the against the ruling that extended to certain state judicial -
National Coal Policy Confer- state courts are bound, as the procedures the absolute
out on bail, Colson agreed to: cooperate measure of protection Fifth WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
of the
ence, Inc. federal courts are, by the guarantee \
with police and arranged a against faithless compatriots, guarantees self-in
Amendment against
"As coal goes, so goes the Fifth Amendment's ban on
meeting with Massiah. The meeting sporting treatment, for sporting Appalachian states," he said. further questioning when a crimination was best summed' Important Republican officials ful shame that he Is the most 1' I'

was monitored by police with ,the peddlers of narcotics." "A healthy expansion of coal witness in criminal trials up by Justice Harlan, dis are behaving as though popular Republican in every

aid of a hidden radio transmitter.The production and policies that merely makes a "claim" of senting. they were headed not for a state that has had a primary
national convention but for a contest with the exception of
This is .will give coal an opportunity liability to selfincrimination.And .
incriminating statements made far different of
a type
to compete for a fair shire of there were three dissenters "THE REASONING be- wake. Great is their ostensible New Hampshire and Oregonbut
4 by Massiah about his, part in the case from that where confessionsare the growth of the fuel mar- to the Supreme Court's hind the Court's decision," sadness over the prospectof he did run, and he did

narcotics conspiracy were overheardby obtained in intimidating surroundings ket would create new jobs." decree that the members of he wrote, "carries extemely having to give Goldwaterthe win the delegates, and he is

police and admitted as evidenceat of a police station, froman both branches of a state leg- mischievous, if not dangerous nomination. the single most popular Re-

his trial.Massiah's. accused who is cut off from counsel THE CONGRESSMEN listened islature must be chosen "as consequences for our They ara predicting a most publican, coast to coast, in

and who be unaware of his impassively. They know nearly as is practicable" on Federal system in the realmof cataclysm: loss in Novemberfor this country. Take it away at )
may that while the market for a basis of equal population criminal law enforce- the Republican ticket, as this juncture, as I say, and f
attorney argued that constitutional rights. Police are coal likely will rise, the in the voting districts"oneperson ment..This court now (has great, the jeremiads indicate, there would be precious few t

It l the electronic eavesdropping const oft e n-and justifiablycriticizedfor prospect is for less empJoy. one vote." In each decided) that the Fourteenth as Alfred Landon's, maybe people who would vote for the [

tuted a violation of the Fourth resorting to pressure and strongarm ment. Chief base of optimismin instance these decisions were Amendment makes the even greater. What is more, Republican ticket.EISENHOWER. v

I I Amendment's guarantee against methods under these circum- coal is the growing demandof in fact amendments of what Fifth's privilege against self- the Party, according to the

: "unreasonable searches and seizures stances, rather than attempting to the electric generating in- the Court previously pro- incrimination applicable to the analysis of a group, identified won It from
I J dustry. Ma or hope is that claimed to be the Constitu states, (and that) the federal ( by Mr. Roscoe Drum- Taft more or less fair and
The Supreme Court majority develop evidence by modern detection claimof
; the industrial developmentof tion. standard justifying a mond merely as "non-Gold- square, and the Taft wing dutifully
l declined to pass on this argument, techniques.The the nation will create so The revolutionary political this privilege likewise applies water Republicans," will drop went along. But it is

deciding the case solely on the issue vast a need for energy that effect of the ruling concerning to the states five seats in the Senate too late to take it away

I of counsel. The court pointed out Massiah case is an exampleof petroleum and natural gas the makeup of state leg "The ultimate result is "throwing away the opportunity from Goldwater by fair
production will be unable to islatures was well described compelled uniformity, which
1J that "under our system of justice an attempt to use modern detection fill the need. to pick up 10 Democratic means, and probably too late
seats"; will lose five governorships to take it away by foul means
the most elemental of due
concepts techniques. Although the use But the congressmen also
"throwing -under which circumstances
OLYMPUS ,
of law contemplate tnat must have had in their minds BELOW By InterlondlIlium away
: process an of electronic eavesdropping equipment the opportunity to unseat 12 doomsaying has only the effect .

r I : indictment be followed by a trial, might be open to question, the the news that atomic energy Democrats"; and will lose of demoralizing the par-

J ; 'in an orderly courtroom, presidedover court did not choose to question it. is the two subject groups of of Southeastern experimentby 4I. between 30 to 47 seats in the ty and, like the bearmarketthat <<

by a judge, open to the public, The case was decided" on grounds so electric generating companiesand House of Representatives.MAYBE justifies itself, providingthe I

and protected' by all the procedural broad that'th court appears to rule that in the East the new principal impulse towards

oj safeguards of the law." The court out any attempt by federal law enforcement energy already is in use. No SO. Who know the realization of its own
The not of
predictions are pessimism.
carloads of coal
tanks of
concluded that Massiah "denied or
-I was officials and possibly
fuel are needed. Atomic course certain. Nothing is certain -
en- 2. This js probably LyndonJohnson's
4 the basic protections of that guarantee state officials as well-to obtain information already is the in politics, except that if
near
ergy competitive -
and the Archangel
1 when there was used against from the accused about stage. p the Republicans continue to year,

him at his trial evidence of his own his part in a crime after he has been The United Mine Workers 1? caterwaul in this way, thereis Republican Gabriel ticket running probably on the

; incriminating words which federal have contracts at the most no reason why they should
indicted (except when his attorneyis F could not win. Any number
not lose all their seats in Congress
agents had deliberately elicited from present). Justice White believesthe productive mines. Time was things are working for Lyn- !Ii l
should lift
when
the miner almost Really they
him after he ,had been indicted and reasoning of the court also could literally a serf. He was was owned ICF themselves up from their mel- don Johnson, the most important -

in the absence of his counsel." prevent police from seeking information in a sense, along with the ancholy, which they might do last of which is the traumaof
November which
from the accused before in. mining town and the opera BUS TOUR by looking at it this way: drained the political, combativeness .

I Justice Byron White, speaking forJustices dictment-at any stage where the tion. Squalor, distress, exploitation 1. If Goldwater is not nominated of millions of
I and violence in the coal LINCOLNMEMORIAL 'dl it will be because the many
I Clark and Harlan took
accused becomes entitled to counselor t Americans who simply don't
fields
were commonplace un- WASNmSTON nomination has simply been
sharp issue with the majority's interpretation requests it. til 1934 when John L. Lewis MONUMENTARUNSTOM taken away from him. lie want to see a third man elected .

of right to counsel. Declared brought 400,000 coal miners CEMETtKY President within a 12-
has, in a word, earned it, and
Justice White: It is to be hoped that subsequent into his union.In UMlSS ar ICooct___ terrible would be the retribution month period. It is pure fan
1928 U. S. cy to suppose that a Rockefeller
a Senate investigating -
of rank and file Republicans
decisions of the court will make it committee -z e or a Romney, or a Mar.
"Massiah was not prevented from officially if a cabal were to succeed -
clear that police are not as handicapped reported: "Conditions which in euchring him out of garet Chase Smith or Stas-
consulting with counsel as often as exist in the strike torn sen could get more votes
region -
in seeking to solve criminal it at this moment.
he wished. No meeting with counsel of the Pittsburgh districtare O %rt ,_ For the sake of argument than Goldwater will get, because
cases as they to be by the to begin with
were disturbed or spied upon. Pre appear a blotch upon American it be contended that they are
might
"It's difficult to understand how politicians! can figures with far smaller
civilization. It is inconceivablethat
personal
decision in the Massiah
paration for trial was in no way ob case. American Goldwater should not have
such squalor, suffering, behave so badly in the city that symbolizes appeal; because the
that it is dread-
run a
ideals! middle-of-the-road
misery and distress should be voters are
ll THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT tolerated in the heart of one strongly oriented towards

: of the richest industrial sections Johnson; and because the absence -
of the world." of the enthusiastic Gold-
tJ GOP Convention is.'Open' water rank-and-file would" cost

CONDITIONS were even Voice of the People the ticket infinitely more

L then worse at some of the Appalachian I IOn than it might hope to gain. bc.

By DAVID LAWRENCE movement In America be saidto water could have sought out mines. appealing only to voters

WASHINGTON Maybethe be dying "a slow death" and found a compromise type. John L. Lewis, who battered I whose maturity is certified by

I Republicans now are goIng when a spokesman like Senator They have for some reason bluffed, and literally _ The Sun's Opinion Page Walter Lippmann.. ,

to have an "open conven- Goldwater polls a popular failed to take a good look at fought his way to the top,
I' tion"-whatever that means vote in the ten state primarieS several Republican membersof dragging the miners with I Opinions end comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People! column. Letters 3. MOREOVER Goldwater
-but certainly the initial pronouncement in 'excess of the total the United States Senate.It him, changed that. But JohnL. mutt be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should could hardly help matters by
I not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. TheSun
1 last Friday by of all his :Republican oppon- is strange that after the Lewis' career has been reserves the right t* reiect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or changing his positions. Mr.
Governor William Scranton ents put.together. rise of Lyndon Johnson to the called "a failure of success." intent. James Wechsler, editor of the

declaring his candidacy, hard There Is one paragraph in presidency from the position The contract rate for miners to his rescue and jerked the does not want his phone to New York Post and .a gentleman -

ly expressed any novel point Mr. Scranton's speech which of Senate majority leader, has risen steadily. The hourly A Talc strong fellow away, literally ring in the middle of the night so relentlessly liberal he
of view. Mr. Scranton had certainly attracted attentionin the anti Goldwater Repub- wage was $1.94 in 1949. In picking him with one hand and someone something ought to be an exhibit at the
licans have been turning their 1959 it was $3.23. A miner, using Color up say World's Fair
said as recently as, June 4 Congressional circles here. In and said: "You all behave!" ugly and hang up. made a'ery f
: that he saw "no extremely He said: eyes away from the Senate the new machines, now good point recently when l be J
Then the man
I basic differences" with Senator "Our party is not about to and toward governors hip I s. makes $24.25 per work shift. EDITOR. Sun: Back in swearing angry vile young, threats.He A good friend! had that happen said that Governor Romney 1
got ,
IT SEEMS surprising, for Special job classifications pay up to him had in effect I _
Goldwater. In fact, a forget that the first great act 1930, in the beginning of that coming back the next recently. asked Goldwater
instance, that Everett Dirk- more. There is $200 for a vacation was to
careful reading of the address of American president terrible depression, there he prove that Romney an'dother
a great day and beware what NAME WITHHELD
made at Baltimore sen the leader of the Repub- each year. A miner "moderates"
by is to elected. Nor there was a young man of 19 could trust
get would do but this isn't exactly \
t the Pennsylvania Governor are we about to forget our lican Party in the United working 200 days per year ,who drove a truck. he him by coming out and betraying I
I, leads to the conclusion that candidates for the United States Senate, has not been now earns about $5,000pIus the same language Urges Johnson his friends, his principles -
the Arizona Senator could easily for the Houseof suggested for the Republican fringe benefits. One day he carried a load used. and his conscience";
Senate
'accept the principles out- States presidential nomination. He But Lewis envisioned his un- to the novelty shop. The planer The next 'day he came Rather .
for the Debate Socialist an interesting Invitation _
Representatives
lined. Mr. Scranton said, for governors' chairs, for t Ii estate knows much more about the ion as interested in those em- in the shop was runningand back with a big load. He hada by the morally earnest
example: Intricacies of legislation on ployed. He has earned the a peculiar strong odor sack of oranges in his Mr. Romney-who .
legislatures and for the Sun I maintain moreover-
"I say that the true spiritof local offices." national policies: than do some curses and in some areas, came from the shavings that hand. He apologized for his EDITOR : made this announcement
the Republican Party to- of the men outside Congresswho the hate of the thousands of came through the dust pipe ugly behavior and gave his that President Johnson has breaking his heretofore inflex,; ,

day stands equally dedicatedto BUT MR. SCRANTON need have been mentioned as unemployed. The jobless lose from this planer. "enemy" the bag of oranges. nothing to gain in TV Ud ible position on the sanctity of
go back only eight years to potential candidates. their pension rights after a Ills "enemy" grabbed the bates" with whomever will the Sabbath
this nation from
preserving
discover that in a national Then there are other senators year and are cut off from anIon While unloading the truckat standards from the truck and be the GOP candidate for on a Sunday
the rot of liberal- .
dry phony morning. He at
Ism election In which President who might be considered hospital care. In the most this little novelty shop with immediately unloaded the president because both of might least,
or the slow death of blind Mr. Wechsler
reaction." Eisenhower was re-elected bya as, for instance, Thruston productive mine area of all the help of a large man the truck an by Lmself. them will be in favor of re- waited points out, have

margin of 457 to 74 electoral Morton of Kentucky, who was West Virginia, there now are driver carried with him, a Thee men were involved taming the capitalist system.On until Monday to lead<
I THE TRUTH is that Senator votes the Democrats not chairman of' the Republican about as many men mining! young man came out to the in this incident. Two Goldwater to the top of the' _

Goldwater, in his speech only retained control of both National Committee duringthe coal as were employed in 1908 truck, be worked in this shop black. One white. If were the other hand a seriesof mountain. :,
es, has exerted far more effort houses of Congress but increased 1960 campaign and will be half a century ago. and made some silly remark was you debates between the President The doomsayers must, in:t at 1 1GainlSvUr.
have lived in the South
to try to get rid of the their majority in the permanentchairman of the The mechanized "continuousminer" to the big man on the other more as a supporter of capitalism word, not be taken too grav&.
rot House of Local the load like "He than 40 years, you might fig and an advocate of ]ly. The hard core of the Rg, P
"dry of phony liberal- Representatives. convention in San Francisco.An enables a mine to reduce end of socialism _
Ism" in the country than has issues have upset the examination of the rec- its staff from about 2,100 can't take It." ure this one out.For' such as the presidential publican Party has an instinct e.' '

any other leader or candidateIn "coattail" theory in several ords of various Republican men to 700 or less. The average obvious reasons the candidate of the Socialist for self-preservation, _
the Republican Party.As presidential elections.It members of the United States reduction via machines is The 19-year-oW took offense, author of this tale will not Labor Party, Eric Hass, and the fact that that instinct ,

for the "slow death of has been said that Governor Senate would be rewarding if three fourths the work force. although the remark was said reveal the identies of the three would really mean something.The is this year wedded to Barry ,

blind reaction" it isn't quite : Scranton entered the the Republicans really are trying Production increases. Thereare in a low voice. A ruckus men. However U your curiosity Goldwater suggests the possr T
clear just what is in the mines started when the driver went bothers you enough you League of Women Voters bility of
: meant by race "too late. It's never to bring about an "open few new jobs an intuitive intelli I
this. phrase, for Mr. Scranton too late for a "dark horse" to convention." The research save when an occasional new after the fellow who made can get the name from the can render a great pub- gence closer to the-markihan' .

could hardly be saying that how up. There is still time might not be in vain, as it one is opened, or when a few the silly remark. And the driver editor of this paper if the editor lic service by arranging debates the political and philosophical _

"blind reaction" and conservatism for more candidates. Those could turn up at least a good carefully chosen young men, soon learned that he had wishes to disclose hIs between Mr. Johnson. gallimaufry served up at th; f _
are the same thing. Republicans who want someone ,Republican candidate for the are trained for supervisory tackled a stronger man. name. and Mr. Hass. Cleveland Governors Confer'wee.
Kcr: can the conservative Gold- Of course the big man came But ol, the: author NATHAN PRESSMAN _
other, than Senator. yice-presidency.: __ Jobs ___ ___ course Excelsior ct1emc;
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4 Gainesville Sun 'Wednesday June 17, 1964 ,

TALLAHASSEE NEWS at Lake City, was reported as Mr. and Mrs. Lenoy counts

COLORED Summer WorkshopDr. doing nicely at his home here. and children, all of New York

NErS[ Henry E. Finley, chairman City, arrived here hesterday on

of the Florida A &M University CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS a two-week visit with relativesand
f1tt5uillt inn I i Department Economics Johnson Chapel Sunday friends.

B. F. :Childs, Colored News Editor:>> ,.and Albert S. Parks, FAMU School, 9:45 ajn.; morning worship William Brown, of Clearwater

associate, professor of history, 11 ajn.; B.T.U., 6 p.m.; passed through Gainesville yes-
CUSTODIAN WORKSHOPA Society of the Mt. armel Baptist -wilI'direct a Workshop on Eco and night service, 7:30 p.m. terday enroute 'to Jacksonville.Mrs. .

JOHN President and Workshop in building man- Church will me et today at nomics and Resource-Use June Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Mary Rawls, of Lees-
fibllihtri R. PAT HARRISON COWLES Vice Preit agement and maintenance will 6:30 pjn. at thehomte of Mrs. 18-July 3. The three hour credit Harriet Jones, reporter. burg, passed through the UnIversity -
be conducted at, Florida A&M Gladys Williams of 8JL7 N.W. 8th course will concentrate .
I : I. Cea" ED JOBNSON. Vie. PreiUcBt par. Church of God by Faith City yesterday en route
,. Florida's Beautiful -* ExeeitlT ElUte,. W. G. Bill) from July 6-10. No credit will Avenue. i ticularly on community con Sunday School 10 a.m.; Bible! to visit at Edward Waters,College
EBERSOLE. Viet President and AdTtrtUlBf -
be offered for the course which \ servation education.
12 W.W.C. 5:45
Study
; 1 BOB TARTAG- noon; at Jacksonville.
'University City' f DlrecUri is being sponsored for the specific -ALACHUA NEWS : and 7:15
UONE. Vie President aDd CircaU- p.m.; evening worship,
; -- (ion Hinacer. purpose of providing in- District Meeting ALACHUA COUNTY p.m. Elder J. C. McKnight, : .:...
-
service training for persons em- The District Meeting of the VOTERS' LEAGUEThe t
pastor; R. L Hutchinson, re
THE SUN'S POLICY ployed as school custodians and Churc of God in Christ: with EIder Alachua County Voters' .
porter.Mt.
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns building maintenance .em- S. K. Lampkins,, superintendent -League will meet at the Recreation Olive Primitive Baptist-

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only i in-.editorials. ployees. begins June 18 through Center today at 8 pjn. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. man:
;
3. Publish all sides of important controversial' issues. 1" June 21. The schedulat of activi The precinct workers and cap
: WILUSTON NEWS ties is as follows: Th'iursday' at tains are urged to be on hand to J t ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 aI Meeting Set 8 pjn. there will be aI!,local program help make plans for the vote worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H.

I Want Ads-376-4672 Fellowship Household of Ruth ; Friday at 8 pjn.; will be registration drive for the monthof Kinsey, pastor. I

No. 5422 will met today at 4 Women's Day; Saturday at 8 July. Spring Hill BaptistSundaySchool
p.m. at the usual meeting place. p.m. will be Young People's Voter Education Week will al 10 a.m.; morning worship -

) Handcuffing the Police? Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, re Day; and Sunday, Su] jerintend-' so bet set during the meeting. 11 a.m.; and evening worship -
porter. ent's Day. Precinct boundaries and pre 6:30: p.m. Rev? T. D.

A significant recent decision of structed This is nothing more Th cooperaton of tie publicis cinct headquarters proposed Davis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine

,#: the U.S. Supreme Court has created than a thinly disguised constitutional MISSION SOCIETYThe asked. Marie Lamp :ins, mis- changes will be aired along linesof McGill, reporter.
Home Mission East Side Church of God in
Women's
sionary, reporter. improveement.
the possibility that incriminating policy of minimizing or entirely _ Christ-Church School, 10 ajn.;

statements made by a defendantmay prohibiting the use in evidence of SLATES MEETINGThe morning worship, 11:30 ajn.;

not be used against him, even voluntary out-of-court admissions West Coast Ministers and and evening worship, 7 p. m. I4U1 (-

though police obtain the information and confessions made by the accused Deacons Union Choir will meet Elder J. C. Carter pastor. rA1iWILL

without coercion, threats or the use . (Massiah) was not Tuesday, June 23, at 8 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Methodist'
ON THE RIGHT the home of Mrs. H. G. Shu- Choir No. 1 will have its rehearsal -
of other illegal practices.The questioned in what anyone could call = DIRECTHEALTH
man, at Arredonda.The tomorrow, 7:30 p. m.;
an atmosphere of official coercion. members are urged to be and Sunday, June 28, will be PROJECTDr.

6-3 decision resulted in reversal What he said was said to a partnerin (Blues Blues V14! present because there will be Students' Day. Rev. W. M. Fer. the. O. A. Moore, above of Health, headof

of the conviction of Winston crime who had also been indicted rehearsal. Deacon Ben C. Davis guson, pastor.PERSONALS. Department
and Physical Education at Florida -
f. :Massiah, a seaman charged with illegal Certainly after this case the president; Mrs. P. L. Scott, AIM University will directa

possession and importation of Colsons will be few and far between; reporter. Health Project in Teacher Ed.

narcotics. Massiah and Jesse Colson, and the Massiahs can breathe much Go Away'By Miss Gloria B. Franklin, ucation from June 17 through

charged with the same offense, were easier, secure in the knowledge that MEETING PLANNED I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. July 15, for which three hours
The Uniform Company State' credit will be given. Special at.
Franklin, Sr., recently'gradu.-
$ released bail. While the Constitution furnishes
indicted and important
on an -
WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. fellowship program committee ated from Clark College at At- tention will be given to problems
F out on bail, Colson agreed to cooperate measure of protection regular meeting will be held I lanta Ga.Miss programs, activities and

with police and arranged a against faithless compatriots, guar- at the Antioch Baptist Church, Franklin has a major in .I resources of health depart-

I meeting with Massiah. The meeting antees sporting treatment for sport-. ful shame that be is the most Important Republican I, offi- on Odessa Street, (Eastside) on Foods and Nutrition and a ments, official and voluntary

1. was monitored by police with the ing peddlers of narcotics." popular Republican in every cials are behaving as through Friday at 8 p.m. Captain Gertrude -minor in Chemistry.She health agencies that may be
state that has had Cochman of Company No. utilized by teachers health coordinators
: aid of a hidden radio transmitter. a primary they were headed not for a is now studying in her
contest with the 189 will serve as hostess. supervisors, and
exception. national convention but f'tor a minor field at Tuskegee Insti-
The incriminating statements made This is'a far different type of \ For further information, call principals.
t. New Hampshire, and Oregon wake. Great is their ostensible tute, Tuskegee, Ala. (Mrs. Es-
: by Massiah about his part in the case from that where confessionsare -buthe did run, and he did sadness over the prospect) FR 6-9679, Charlie Ross, state ther W. Hamm, reporter.)
( narcotics conspiracy were overheard obtained in the intimidating sur- win the delegates and he is director; Mrs. P. L. Scott, state
._ of having to give GOld rater and Miss Nancy Howard and Miss CONGRESS TO CONVENEThe
by police and admitted as evidence roundings of a police station, froman the single most popular Re- the nomination. secretary reporter.CONVALESCING Mamie Fields both of Deland, 7th Annual Session of the

,- at his trial.Massiah's. accused who is cut off from coun- publican, coast to coast, in They are predicting a ii ost I were sightseeing in Gainesville District Session of the District
this country. Take it away at cataclysms loss in Nover iber yesterday.Dr. Sunday School and Baptist
sel and who may be unaware of his I Mrs. Estella Knowles, who is,
attorney argued that constitutional rights. Police are this juncture, as I say, and for the Republican ticket, as ill, was reported as somewhat C. W. Banks, physician Training Union Congress, auxiliary )I
there would be precious few great, the jeremiads indie site, !improved. surgeon, and Dr. Cosby dentist, to the Jerusalem Baptist I
the electronic eavesdropping consti- oft e n-and justifiably criticized= people who would vote for the ,
will at the
as Alfred Landon's mriybe Mrs. Sarah Ivory, who is ill, are attending the Florida Medical Association convene
tuted a violation of the Fourth for resorting to pressure and strongarm Republican ticket.EISENHOWER. even greater. What is more| was reported as much improved Dental and Pharmaceutical Spring Hill Baptist Church June

Amendment's guarantee against methods under these circum- the Party, according to | the I at her home. Association that is holding its 17 through June 21.

"unreasonable searches and sei stances, rather than attempting to won it from analysis of a group, identified << Mr. Freeman, who was a pa- Sixty-eighth State Convention at The official business sessior
.
Taft more or less fair and I Thursday, June 18, at 7
: zures." The Supreme Court majority develop evidence by modern detection by Mr. Roscoe Drum- tient in the Veterans' Hospital Ocala. begins
and the Taft dutifully
square, wing mond merely as "non-Go|
declined to pass on this argument, techniques.The went along. But it is water Republicans," will drop p.m.The following courses will be

deciding the case solely on the issueof too late to take it away five seats in the Senatte offered during the congress this

counsel. The court pointed out Massiah case is an exampleof from Goldwater by fair "throwing away the opportunity BELOW OLYMPUS .Interlandi. session are as follows: No. Ill-

that "under our system of justice an attempt to use modern detec- means and probably too late to pick up 10 Demo'ra. By B: "The Christian Faith and
I "
t the most elemental concepts of due tion to take it away by foul means tic seats"; will lose five governorships Ways; "No. 411-B, Teaching
techniques. Although the
use "
-under which circumstances "throwing Adults; No. 523-B, "Home and
process of law contemplate that an of electronic eavesdropping equip. doomsaying has only the effect opportunity to unseat avaythe \<, 12Democrats" Church Working Together;" No.

indictment be followed by a trial, ment might be open to question, the of demoralizing the par- ; and will Iftse I 570-B, "Leadership-Education in

'in an orderly courtroom, presidedover court did not choose to question it. ty and, like the bearmarketthat between 30 to 47 seats in ijlhe jthI1 the Local Church;" No. I40-B",

by judge to the public justifies itself, providing House of "Recreation and Leadership
a open The case was decided on grounds so Representatives.
1\\ "Opening the Bible to
and protected, by all the procedural broad that the court appears to rule the principal impulse towardsthe 1 Children and "How to Organize
realization of its ;
safeguards of the law." The court out any attempt by federal .law en- pessimism. own The MAYBE predictions SO. Who are .not knov't'of ; JkiOF a Choir?"

concluded that Massiah was "denied forcement officials and possibly It is the sincere whish of the
2. This is course certain. Nothing is ct!r-
probably LyndonJohnson.s
the basic of that congress, faculty, officers, host
protections
guaran. state officials as well-to obtain in- tain in politics, except that'if
year, and the Arch- and church
pastor also that at
teewhenthere'was "used ;:
against formation from the accused about the Republicans continue :jbo
Gabriel
angel running on the the close of the session each
him at his trial evidence of his own his part in a crime after he has been Republican ticket probably Caterwaul in this way, tbei2 delegate who attends the con

incriminating words, which federal indicted (except when his attorneyis could not win. Any number is no reason why they shuilVi gress will be benefitted both

agents had deliberately elicited from present). Justice White believesthe things are working for ,Lyn not lose all their seats in Cojn- spiritually and educationally.

him after he had been indicted and reasoning of the court also could don Johnson, the most important gress. Really they should lift Rev. L. A. Tillman, president,
.. of which is the themselves up from their melancholy } Rev.
traumaof T. D. Davis, pastor; J.
in the
absence of his
counsel.
prevent police from seeking information which might do
they
last November
which Mosley, public relations, chair
from ,the accused before ,indictment ,drained the political comba- by looking at it this way: sTou A man.

: Justice Byron White, speaking for -at any stage where the tiveness of many millions of 1. If Goldwater is'not noni- LINCOLN I I

.-. Justices Clark and Harlan, took accused becomes entitled to counselor Americans who simply don't inated, it will be because the WASHINGTON MEMORIAL) I I ANNIVERSARYThe

-. sharp issue with the majority's interpretation requests it. want to see a third man elec- nomination has simply beep\ MONUMENT I
him. ARUNGTOM I Daughters of Elks will
taken from He
ted President within 12- away
of right to counsel. Declared a CEMETERY
: month period. It is fan- has, in'a word earned it, and tImes celebrate their anniversary June
Justice White : It is to be hoped that subsequent cy to suppose that pure a Rocke- terrible would be the retribution 18 through June 21 at the A.M.E.

... decisions of the court will make it feller or a Romney, or a Mar- of rank and file Republicans Zion Church.
"Massiah was not prevented from garet Chase Smith or Stas- if a cabal were to suc- The schedule of activities Is
clear that police are not as handi- ceed in euchring him out ot: as follows: Rev. Sanders will
consulting with counsel as often as sen could get more votes
he wished. No meeting with counsel capped in seeking to solve criminalcases than Goldwater will get, because it at this moment. deliver the sermon on Thursdayat
.
For the sake of argumentit s. 8 p.m.; the young people will
were disturbed or spied ,Pre as they appear to be by the to begin with they are
-" upon. figures with far smaller per- might be contended that "It's difficult to understand how politicians can conduct the program Friday at
paration for trial was in no way ob decision in the Massiah case. sonal appeal; because the Goldwater should not have behave so badly in the city that symbolizes American 8 p.m.; and Mrs. Louise Haile

middle-of-the-road f voters are run, that It is a dread- ideals!" will be the principal speaker

I iF THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT strongly oriented towards Sunday at 11 a.m. which will

j Johnson; and because the absence bring the anniversary to a close.
of the enthusiastic Gold- All daughters are asked to

GOP Convention is water rank-and-Gle would cost bring covered dishes An old l( j

-. 'Open'By the ticket infinitely more Voice of the fashioned dinner will be served. 4
than it might hope to gain by People The cooperation of all Is ask..
I IOn .
'
ed.
DAVID LAWRENCE movement in America be said water could have sought out appealing onlyto voters "- .-
:-- WASHINGTON Maybethe to be dying "a slow death" and found a compromise type. whose maturity Is certified by J I -

Republicans now are going .when a spokesman like'Senator They have for some reason Walter Lippmann. T lie Sun's Opinion Page NOTICE '
to have an "open conven- Goldwater polls a popu- failed to take a good look at Sits Dinners will be saint In L'E
..U' tion"-whatever that means lar vote in the ten state primaries several Republican membersof 3.. MOREOVER Goldwater Opinions and comments of readers or. welcemt in the Voice of the People column. Letters dining room of the New Salem
.. -but certainly the initial pro- in excess of the totalof the United States Senate. could hardly help matters by must be signed and bear the wr/ites address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Baptist Church Saturday ''at 7
,...., S nouncement last Friday by : all his Republican oppon- It is strange that, after the changing his positions. Mr. not exceed 500 words and must|be>> written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The p.m.. on behalf of the choir.
.. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning
or
Governor William Scranton ents put together. rise of Lyndon Johnson to the James Wechsler, editor of the .!._...._'n._.. I. The cooperation of the public
-..: declaring his candidacy hard- There is one paragraph in presidency from the posi- New York Post and a gentleman is asked. Mrs. 0. L. Scott, reporter -
to his and the does
jerked not
ly expressed any novel point Mr. Scranton's speech which tion of Senate majority leader, so relentlessly liberal he A Tale rescue want his phone to ,and president; Rev. C.
.-. : of view. Mr. Scranton had certainly attracted attention'in the anti Goldwater Repub- ought to be an exhibit at the \ strong fellow away, literally ring in the middle of the night H. Johnson, pastor.

said as recently as June 4 Congressional circles here. licans have been turning their World's Fair, made a"ery In Color picking him up with one hand" and someone say something -
,.. from the and said: "You all behave! ugly and hang up. PLANS
that he saw "no extremely He said: eyes away Senate good point recently when lie PROGRAMThe

basic differences" with Senator "Our party is not about to and toward governorships.: said that Governor Romneyhad EDITOR, Sun: Back in Then the angry young vile man A good friend had that hap Chorale Group of Lodge
'- Goldwater. In fact, a forget that the first great act IT SEEMS surprising, for in effect asked Goldwaterto 1930 in the beginning of that 'got up, swearing threats pen to him recently. No. 113 will render a musical
back the
.. next
careful reading of the ad- of a great American presi- instance, that Everett Dirk- prove that Romney and terrible depression, there \lie was coming program at the New Bethel

dress made at Baltimore by dent is to get elected. Nor sen, the leader of the Republican other "moderates could trust there was a young man of 19 ;day and beware what he NAME WITHHELD. Baptist Church at Starke, Sun

-_..-.-. the Pennsylvania Governor are we about to forget our Party in the United him by coming out and betraying who drove a truck. yould do but this isn't ex- I day at 3 p.m. Rev. A. B. Vin-

-. leads to the conclusion that candidates for the United States Senate, has not been his friends, his prin- jactly the same language he Urges Johnson son, pastor; Charlie Ross,
the Arizona Senator could easIly States Senate, for the Houseof suggested for the Republican ciples, and his conscience. One day he carried a loadto teed. I president; Mrs. P. L. Scott, re
... accept the principles out- Representatives, for the presidential nomination. He Rather an interesting invitation !- the novelty shop. The planer \ The next day be came porter. '

=:.,.. lined. Mr. Scranton said, for governors' chairs, for t Ii estate knows much more about the by the morally earnestMr. in the shop was runningand tj?ck with a big load. He had Debate SocialistEDITOR
example: legislatures and for the intricacies of legislation on Romney-who moreover a peculiar strong odor tp- sack of oranges in his JEFF PETERSON
...... :. "I say that the true spirit local offices." national policies than do some made t his announcement, came from the shavings that hand. He apologized for his Sun: I maintain Jeff Peterson, of Hawthorne
.. of the men outside Congresswho came through the dust pipe ufefy behavior and his that President Johnson has (Starketown
:: : of the Republican Party today BUT MR. SCRANTON need breaking his heretofore inflex- gave ) died in the Ala-
: stands equally dedicated have been mentioned as ible position on the sanctity of from this planer. 1emy" the bag of oranges. nothing to gain in TV "de- chua General HospitalHe
I to preserving this nation from go back only eight years to potential candidates. the Sabbath, on a Sunday his "enemy" grabbed the bates" with whomever will was the husband of Mrs.
in national While the truckat
discover that a unloading
-1' the dry rot of phony liberalism Then there are other sena- morning. He might at least, standards from the truck and be the GOP candidate for Lenora Starke Peterson, and
in which President this little with
election novelty shop
-: or the slow death of blind tors who might be considered Mr. Wechsler points out have hrunediately unloaded the president because both of the father of Walter Peterson
Eisenhower was re-elected bya as, for instance; Thruston the help of a ,large man, the
; reaction. all himself. them will be in favor of Duncan Brothers, morticians
.0;: .j waited until Monday to lead trjuck by retaining ,
margin of 457 to 74 electoral Morton of Kentucky, who was driver carried with him, a will
., '. THE TRUTH is that Senator votes, the Democrats not chairman of the Republican Goldwater to the, top of the young man came out to the bee men were involved the capitalist system.On ments announce later. funeral arrange

Goldwater, in his speeches only retained control of both National Committee duringthe mountain.The truck he worked in this shop, mt this incident.. Two were the other hand a seriesof
:' has exerted far more effort houses of Congress but in- 1960 campaign and will be doomsayers must, in a and made some silly remarkto blade. One was white. If you debates between the Pres- B iD ESJ
to try to get rid of the creased their majority in the chairman of the word not be taken too gravely the other have lived in the South more
permanent the big man on ident as a supporter of capitalism Zack Bridges, of the Windsor
"dry rot of phony liberal House of Representatives. Local convention in San Francisco: : -The hard core of the Republican end of the load like "He th an 40 years, you might fig- and an advocate of socialism Community, died
: ism" in the country than has issues have upset the An examination of the records Party .has an instinct can't take it" ur e this one out. such asthe presidential VTndsor. Saturday I at

any other leader or candidatein "coattaiT theory in several of various Republican for self-preservation, : ?or obvious, reasons the candidate of the Socialist Duncan Brothers JjUicians.
the Republican Party.As presidential elections members of.the United States and the fact that 1 that instinct The 19-year-old took offense, author ,of this tale will not Labor Party, Eric Hass, will announce funeral, } (

for the "!low' death of It. has been said that Governor Senate would.be rewarding if is ,thisyear'ftdded to Barry :although' 'the remark was said repeal the Identies of the three would really mean something.The ments later. arrange
blind reaction," it isn't quite Scrantonentered the the Republicans really are try- Goldwater >a ieSt.iithe. pessUbility in 'a low .vok ,A ruckus mea.lIow, ver'J if your curios- Jj

: clear just what is meant by race '"too late." It's never lag to bringaut-ait"ofen: of' an .fetuifive 'intell 'started' when'tfce,driver went ity .then you enough, you League of Women Voters MRS. LUCY/ATKINS

this phrase, for Mr. Scranton too.late for a "dark horse" to convention." The ,research grace closer to the mark than after the .feBowJkw6o_ .. '>:made :._ l aet..the name ,from the,, can render ta great public Mrs..Lucy Atkins
1. could hardly be saying ttet c show up. ,There Is still ttee might not" be* in valfl.\M it, the poHtkal and'pMosopbical, taisiuy: rN. IIe."fkI- !;r eitsr. of. Has"paper Jl the edIr service by arranging de- citizeti of a pioneer
"
: .: blind reaction" and COIK ,for more::'candidates. Those could turn up hat least:a.good .gallimaufry served up at the ev.Isooned .1" d':'% t -:, '.to/disclose.! ; bates between Mr. Johnson Duncan Waldo7 died ruey

: servatissi sri the same thing publicans who want someone Republican candidate.for' the Cleveland Governors Ceafeft i i.W., .aLIe.t-..- ( "" L'Mt .-. and Mr.Hass will Brotheimorticbr3

.Norcan ,(be, conservative. other thin Senator Gold- vice-presidency. ence. Excelsior, gentteaaea. ? '*" ,'Qi ceurse the hijr a& __. t, .of anrtheanthor'. NATHAN PRESSMAN ments announceltWleral Iater arrange;
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Wednesday, June 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

Vlore About

I Columbians to Tour UF Campus ;


Corps --

Several prominent Columbian I ships and professor exchanges Adams several months ago. da for a period of study.
educators and government officials and technical assistance pro
From Page 1 will be in Gainesville next I gram to Columbia, started by If the program is worked out, The group, including governors
o week for an inspection tour about 20 state college students of two Columbian states
ject sponsored by the United of the UF campus and meetings would go to Columbia along and headed by the minister of
States National 4 H Founda- with professors Turk Floods with an undetermined number education, will be here June 25
ion. Others will be sent into cf professors. The same number and ]eave in the afternoon for
the remote, brooding mountainpasslands The visit is part of a state: ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) of Columbian students and the University of South Florida
of the Mato Grosso. wide tour by the Columbians Floods continued to sweep professors would come to Flori in Tampa.

There, they will be expected to who also will see the other state through central and eastern

develop and reinforce the agricultural universities and the University ? Auto Insurance
of Miami. Turkey today, and eight more Problems ?
and home economics dead were reported. The death CALL 372-1433
extension services. Secretary of State Tom toll attributed to the floods and

Part of the land to which Adams said the primary purpose lightning this week stands at 21, Haythorne Insurance Agency
Peace Corps volunteers may be of the visit is to work out according to reports reaching WE INSURE EVERYBODY
details for scholar Istanbul.
sent proposed
scarcely is advanced in

technology from the age of the ....
.
Conquistadores, and is as
DIAMONQ MERCtW"ITS: Of'"
sparsely populated as Siberia.
GORDON S
Bartz said the contract to .
rain Peace Corps volunteers
was offered the University of
Florida as a result of excellent
work done by university professors

----------- ..............u........_ in Latin American programs -
[ conducted in Puerto

Chinese Politics Outlined lico.
He said the Peace Corps has

Alachua County Republican Women yesterday heard a luncheon talk by drawn its contract with the
Center
for Latin American Studies
Mrs. Jennie B. :McNair, center, on the highlights of the present political situations -
in China. Mrs. R. C. Haley and Mrs. A. D. Sanders, from left, talk with Dr. here, which is directed by
M. McAllister. The
the,former missionary in_China.J Sun_photo !by_Eddie Davis.) tract Lyle, which provides repay con-

ment of actual expenses, puts a
.: ceiling of $150,000 on the 12-
Scranton Adds New States week training session.
Volunteers who are accepted
and sent to Brazil will be paid Complete 73" STAINLESS TABLEWARE FOR 8by

- $75 a month, which will be de-

To Quest for Delegates posited to their credit in the the INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY!
Jhited States. In Brazil, they
will be expected to get by on the

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) on another 1,500-mile safari for' vention delegates with 774 votes I local standards.
Pennsylvania Gov. William W. convention support in his bid for more than enough to capture Bartz received his Ph. D. in 8 SOUP SPOONS .
....\* Scranton broadened his the Psychology from Purdue last 73PIECES.
today Republican presidential the nomination at San Francisco .
.., He holds his MA and BA fALL
'ear.
flying quest for Republican con- nomination.On next month if all of the com:
...... vention delegates to include the docket today were St. mitments to him hold I from Western Michigan Univer-
on
up
-- .J Utah and Kentucky. Louis, Mo. and Denver, Colo. the first ballot ity. He is a Michigan native, --
The 46-year-old candidate put Scranton and his weary, but I and he never worked with the
...... Peace until this $198.8
'I
think
,' Salt the impetus of our Corps summer.
Lake City on his Thursday hard-driving staff, showed increased I
-... itinerary and Louisville on the optimism they could campaign is better than we expected He joined the U of F faculty !<
I at this time," Scranton I last September.As _
Friday schedule. ,overtake Arizona Sen. Barry "'
The Goldwater said Tuesday night after a meet project director, he will coordinate
new scheduling came as who leads The Associated
the governor embarked today Press poll of GOP con- ng with Minnesota delegates. I' classes run activities smoothly, make and sure with PAY NOTHINe DOW

Scranton. said he expects to' out conflicts, and otherwise ONLY *4 MONTHLY!
see "some shifts next week" in smooth the way from first day
\ Goldwater Won'ti the alignment of national dele to graduation for the Peace
gate strength. Corps prospects. YOU 6ET THE BASIC SERVICE FOR &

The governor contacted 14 oflinnesota's the Other program men closely include:involved Dr. Rus-in PLUS ALL THESE EXTRA$;

Take Offensive 26 delegates Tuesay. sel Hamilton, Yale University,
Five of
those who met with who will coordinate the study
him previously indicated they of languages; Dr. Shaw Grisby,

WASHINGTON (AP- Front 'the state conventions for GOP favored Goldwater. Florida, coordinator of agricultural -

running Sen. Barry Goldwater delegate selections. I Scranton said the session extension training; Dr.
has indicated he plans no cam "will lead to worthwhile remIts Emily King, Florida, coordinator -
,_ paign attack on his newly declared Goldwater recognizes the dan ." However, he declined to I of home economics training;
rival for the Republican ger of slippage in his delegate specify numbers. Dr. Forrest Berghorn, Florida,
any
presidential nomination, Gov. raunt and cites it as the reason ,coordinator of American World
William W. Scranton of Penn for an effort to capture more The current Associated Press i Affairs and Communist subject
sylvania. backing before the convention. I poll showed that Minnesota's 26- areas; and Dr. John Saunders,
vote Florida coordinator of studies
delegation broke down this ,
He set the tone for his cam
Sources close to the Arizona of Brazil.
way: Eight votes for favorite
Dallas
in
paign against Scranton
icnator said today he has vetoed
Tuesday-and it is much the son Walter Judd, a former con
I
offensive suggested Scooter
i campaign Mishap
advisers which same as that he waged against gressman; eight votes for Gold-
his
of
jy n-ould some have labeled the Pennsylvania New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller water and 10 uncommitted. John Wesley Simmons, 15, son

governor "the puppet canidateU in their three presidential Scranton's overnight visit to of Mr. and Mrs. Dallis Simmons

of Republicans out to i primary campaigns. Minneapolis capped a day of 2917 N.E. 10th St., 1222 NORTH MAM ST.

.... itop him. Goldwater answered Scran- long flying trips from Des ured his right arm when thrown Open 9-9 Mon. thru Sot.

... Goldwater has not ruled out ton's criticism without naming Moines, Iowa, to Topeka, Kan., from a motor scooter which collided 375-8446
with an auto last Saturday
to
Scranton as a vice-presidential the Pennsylvania governor-and Minneapolis. at West University Avenue and
.. made call for Republican unity
should he win the a
unning mate
:
The governor's day also included 3rd St. 3 DAY WATCH SERVICE
- ...' jresidential nomination, the the theme of his rebuttaL two death threats-one a

,. ources indicate. "Please, don't unite yourselves letter sent to Scranton's office
With 674 delegates pledged or but the at the
against anything state capitol in Harris-
. .. 19ibove
wmmitted to his column
opposition," he urged more''burg) ; the other a telephone
... the 655 figure he needs
than 10,000 Republicans at the! threat transmitted to a Minneapolis
... ;jor the nomination-Goldwater Texas GOP convention. "Don'tcarry radio station.
plans little in the way of active grudges into the ballot
Campaigning before the conven boxes." Scranton scoffed at the
threats as the work of an "utter
ion.Yet he makes it plain that he Out to counter Scranton's anatic." He added: "I'm not
Is out to capture as many more charge that a Goldwater ticket interested in fanatics."
delegates as he can before the would spell defeat for other .... :.'..-" .... ,. ,.
convention opens in San Fran GOP candidates in November, Despite that, Minneapolis authorities -
_, cisco July 13.. Montana will the senator said he intends to clamped a tight securty -
choose 14 Friday in the last of lead Republicans to victory cordon around him.
'from the courthouse to the The Utah and Kentucky trips
Congress." were added to Scranton's itinerary

: Rocky Asks after consultation between
"I don't believe that anyone
his aides and political leaders in.
could destroy the
Republican the two states.

Support For Republican parry," he said. Scranton also Is scheduled to .,.,
: {: :..:
five the keynote speech to the <

Scranton .! To Address Massachusetts GOP convention I
-. Saturday afternoon.On .
arrival at Minneapolis,i
NEW'YORK (AP-Gov. Net Court Qerks Scranton declared his hunt for
son A. Rockefeller says he has Midwestern delegate votes "is

urged thousands of Republican E. C. Rowell, speaker-elect of working out splendidly."
Pres-
former
leaders, including of In Topeka Tuesday the
the Florida House Representatives governor
..
Ident Dwight D. Eisenhower, to
and B. K Roberts, Justice made a personal appeal
Gov. William
?... publicly support of the Florida Supreme to 11 of Kansas' 20 delegates
Scranton, for the party's
W.
nomination. Court, will speak during the annual Afterwards Scranton said: ICI
presidential convention of the State Association Junk we did better in Kansas
"You name them and I talked
of Court Clerks in Fort than we did in Iowa, where we
them, he said Tuescay at
to "
through did well.
Lauderdale Thursday extremely
conference since
his first news
.'- withdrawing from the race in Saturday.
'
...- favor of Scranton, Also speaking at the convention Civitans "ZX 'WWWZ Z/4W/4P/U#
Rockefeller said he had tele are Sen. A. J. Ryan and :
..' phoned Eisenhower and former University of Florida professor : : .
? Vice President Richard M. Nixon :- Dr. J. Frank Goodwin. Honor Trio
.... and sent telegrams to %,000 I
Area members of the association
other GOP leaders.
,... M to 3,000 include Circuit Court James Bockler, Harry C. Edwards .
Rockefeller gave no details of # > Volkswagen. Volkswagen.
and retiring Civitan Club
his talk with Eisenhower, but Clerks J. B. Carmichael, .P:
President Bob Hancock
he commit- Gainesville; G. W. Robarts, were
indicated that got no
It cited by the civic club las ,.
Lake Dry; Cauley C. Copeland, ..
,., ment. night at the annual awards and .
He confirmed indirectly that Cross City, and Horace Thomas, installation banquet r'V : J When you go to buy o Volkswagen, you have o shaped and smoothed by hand.

- Nixon bad refused to declare for Trenton. Bockler, incoming president, choice: The plain stubby-nosed model. Or the Seats and convertible tops ore padded'end

, the Pennsylvania governor. A Other area members are Tom was named outstanding Civitai -- Italian style model with the noble Roman nose. stitched and fitted by hand.
.. told him' that's what. Gaskin, Mayo Ernest Stephens, \/: .'
reporter ; .
of the )'ear. the Ghia think in\
in not
is called might r
'* Nixon bad stated and Rocke-, Branson; Robert A. Driggers, A The fancy Volkswagen-built-for-two Sitting ,you you
feller said: "If that's what Mr., Lake Butler, and Charles A. special recognition wa the Karmann Ghia. u Volkswagen at all. .
.. Nixon said, I won't deny it." Darby, Starke. the given exceptional Edwards children's for his work school for The Ghia has everything the plain Yolks does: Until you feel that 'nice firm VW traction.*Pay :

at Sidney Lanier School, a pro An air-cooled rear engine. Synchromesh 4-speed those pint-sized oil and gas bills. Get that.phenomenal f

ject of the club. transmission.Torsion bars on all four wheels. tire wear. And take in our inexpensive

; Waldo Dog Owners Hancock received a plaqu ;.1fi1- -;! It also has a body full of hand work. VW service.Which ..

from Gainesville High School ? The Ghia wasn't designed for mass production. only goes f o showyou,even aVolbwogen t

: NOTICE to Dog Owners In Waldo AMO. The Civinette members for his work : So it doesn't get the mass production treatment. with a fancy body,and a noble Roman nose* b slifl .,,
Veterinarian wiU be in Waldo on the City Lot with the high school group. -
: j. ': Fenders hoods and door frames are welded and a Volkswagen at heart
.. at the bos* of the water tank on Guests at the Holiday Inn ban
quet included Mr. and Mrs. T
:', Thursday-2:30 to 6:30 p.m. J. Hawes, representing the Exchange A IMillERBROWN MOTORS

Club; Mrs. and Mrs.
JUNE 18 1964 ..
Harold Stringer, Kiwanas; Rev ...
ALL DOGS MUST BE INOCULATED AT THIS TIME! and Mrs. Fred Laugbon, Rotary INC
and Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover, 1030 E. University 'hone 372-3582
The City of Waldo, Waldo, Fla. I
|I University City Kiwanu. .

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States HopeTo .
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On TaxesCHICAGO (AP-State) budg ; Serve A W-D Brand EEE1iii


ets are continuing to grow but
this year, at least, legislatorsare
counting more on an expanding -
economy for increased
revenue than they are on tax
boosts.

While governors of many
states signed new tax laws this ii...
year 22 legislatures were in TOP

business session -activity the hopes, fed were partly that by \I J I I) II II VALUE

the federal tax cut, would surge
STAMPS
upward for the fourth consecu-

tive year. ,000 tS
There is no telling at this 4.*
time precisely what impact the
tax cut will have, but a year
ago the Treasury Department

estimated that a $10-billion fed- REG. 19?: LOAF DIXIE DARLING ,
eral reduction would spur in-
vestment, consumer spendingand Bread 2NATIONALLY 1 Lb.Loaves'.
employment to a point .
where state and local govern-
ments would reap close to $3
billion extra in taxes.
In 20 states, according to a
study by Leon Rothenberg, research -
director for the Federation -
of Tax Administrators, in- ADVERTISED
come tax receipts will rise automatically -
as a result of the
federal tax cut. In these states, SamsoniteFolding
individuals and corporations are
allowed deductions on their
state income taxes based on S
Chair '
their amount of federal income ,.
taxes. Thus, lower federal taxes .ar
mean lower deductions and REGULAR $ '' -
higher payments to the states. 6.95 VALUE 399
An Associated Press survey
shows several states raised their With $15. Worth of W-D Register Topes -, BEEF SALE
income tax withholding rates to 1 E M
Folding TableREGULAR S. VER E ID
bring them in line with this
windfall. Included were Massa-
chusetts, Oregon, Alabama and
Minnesota, according to infor- 6.95 VALUE $399 What r-atural aging does for OVEN READY EASY CARVE RIB
mation compiled by Commerce ,. fine cheese and fine wines,
Clearing House, Inc., of Chicago With W-D $25.Register Worth Topes of it also does for the fine beef
a publisher of busi-
topical Roast69
at Winn-Dixie. It !I. I
law TWO POPULAR COLORS you get me
ness
reports.
However the added revenues 4t-; ::{ I lows and enhances the flavor

are obtained, they apparentlywill t of W-D Beef, and increases its

be spent for present improvements I .. I & tenderness, without destroying REG. $1.59 DEL MONICO BONELESSSteak
and administration, Y'. the fine beef texture or making
not for past mistakes. .. it soft and spongy; as artificial
"Unlike," some years in the s Better Meals Quicker!' tenderizers sometimes Lb. 98 I

past study, Rothenberg"there were said few in his in- ... do. Only the top grades of U. S.
't Government and
stances where taxes had to be w Look at alt the-Avays to save time and money with Frozen Foods Inspected
increased because deficits had .;;, graded beef wear the W-D
developed during the current shield. W-D Beef Is shipped,
budget period as a result of an ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDAOrange aged and sold in temperature Roast

excess Education available of past absorbs resources.commitmentsover the largest" Juice 5 Cans 6-oz. 1. controlled coolers.I Lb. 3 9 I


portion of state budgets and IDAHO VALLEY POTATOES
LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT
where,new taxes were imposedthis
year they were almost always FrenchFri 3 S; $1.e
for this purpose. However, Ribs. 33"
mental health, highways and MINUTE MAID FROZENLemonade :r Lb.
public assistance also will benefit .
from the increased revenue. 9 6-oz. 99x
Cans All cuts of W-D Brand beef
Sources for new taxes vary .
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH FRESH W-D GROUNDBeefS
close trimmed of bone and
from personal income, to salesof are
peanuts. fat before weighing and pack

tscmaemEB aging.i You get more, lean, tender Lb S195

Angry Man MIX FRESH FROZEN BARGAINS friendly beef Winn-Dixie.per pound at your Pk g.

Astor Baby Limas r"OUN 4 ,o-oz.PKu.'l

Kills LionessWINDHOEK or Astor Fordhook Limas .4 ,a.,=.fK9.'1

South West Africa MATCH Astor Broccoli Spears .4 IO-Oz.PIC".'1 REGULAR 39* W-D BRAND GRADE "A" FROZEN 4 TO 6 POUND

(AP) A young South Astor Brussel Sprouts 4 1000L..1
'EM
West African railwayman was
so enraged when a lioness bit Astor French Fries .4 Hens Lb.2 9 I
off his arm during a hunt near : ::.1 Baking

here that he ignored his injuryto SSS' S ,,__ ,. ,, t ,
shoot it dead. "There wasn't
t'"* to frightened," he said
e get YELLOW SOLIDS Limit 2 with $5. order or more. 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF HORMEL CANNED
later.

t de Twenty-five-year-old Beer, a railway electrician Jan Louis Oleo -10 Picnics 3 $199
went hunting with some friends. ; Lb. Can
They tracked down a pride of .
lions which had been maraudingin
the area. De Beer wounded a

lioness in the leg. The party .::,..,. '" ..
\ t -iF tt.fti1i: : : '..1.1lliIII.: 11I1' UJ.rJIIIIII.yntB.
was following it when it sud-
denly charged. None of the men 1 1 1 yr I 1
could shoot for fear of hittingone MAYONNAISE OFFER | ,
1 1 o / s
another. 1 1 at display in our store \ t 1 1 1 1
The lioness knicked over De
Beer and bit off his 1 1 / / 1
arm near
1 i j / 1 1
the elbow. The other men fired T 1
at the lioness while it was on 1 1 [ 1 1 1 .
of him. One of the bulletshit I'
top 11 1 !11J'd1t 1 '' 1 1 1
De Beer higher up in his 1 1 ---- 1 1 1

wounded arm. ..
1 1 Icks OUTN 1 1 : 1
The Infuriated lioness ran off 1 1 a TOtUTA_ 1 .y 1 1
.
1 1 1 1 1
and stopped below a tree in 1 .. 1 1 1
which two men had taken 1 / 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 -
refuge. Then De Beer stood up 1 1 1 1 /
and shot itWrong FOLGER'S ; ASTOR ; CHICKEN OF THE SEA : DEEP SOUTH FISCHER'S ; FISCHER'S LIGHT-DRY ; PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOUR

1 1 COFFEE 1 1 CHUNK ALE ALE 1 1
Direction COFFEE 1 1 TUNAiMAYONNAISEIBEER or BEER or /

s Save 240 LLb. Can Save 5tt on each Can J Save 10* Quart J \ Save 26 g 6-Pock

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1i 1
Somebody got their directions 5.9n; i 49 i No. 1 i 39' 124 ; $139 i i ii 39g;

I. for mixed a "Larry in drafting C. West.a subpoena When i i i i CANS i i i! i ii i

deputies tried to serve the subpoena Limit 1 with $5.order or more Limit 1 with $5. order or more Make A Tasty Tuna Solod J Great in Tasty Tuna Salad | 12-oz. throw-owoy Bottles J Limit 2 with $S.order or more 1 1 Umit 1 with $5.order or mot 9
address listed,
the
, at they
t' .
. ..
were informed that, "This is the ,- ,:,: '"'" ; "'M .. ,'>_, .<-_ -.' '. _' --- :-::'.: :..-- ": n: : : :.:_:--,': :-: = ::. _; .: ...___ .:: 4> ." ,Ark'N:'-' ;:'. 1'iL' ;;'_. .:?::_, j{ :.... 3 _' __" .. : .'.. ._a_: ::\
t residence of Larry East." A
}i hurried trip back to the courthouse SMALL VEL REGULAR SIZE PINK 12oz. 35 f

r. corrected the situation. Beauty Bar 2 3 9 Palmolive 2 21 Vel Liquid 65
r' East was wanted as a witness CRISCO Bars Bars 22-oz.

in a damage suit BATH SIZE CASHMERE BATH SIZE DETERGENT .

1.i- REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO l Can. OO Bouquet 2. Bars 31 I Palmolive 2 Bars 31 Giant Ad Box 791-
,, r Pursuant to Section d.W.. Florida
Statute notice. Is hereby given that thwtderstoned. 3-Lb. QOc REGULAR SIZE CASHMEREBouquet LAUNDRY SOAPOctagon DETERGENT
M. J. Dougherty and Letter
I G. Damon doing business unoer the Can OO
r of Gainesville Welding Supply 2 21 V 2 Bars21t. Large Vel Box33'
,. firm Co name. tit S. Main Street. Gainesville Bars '. A .
I Alachua County. Florida Intendsto g:
f register said fictitious name under the 'i:
provisions of the aforesaid Statute. ::
Dated at Gainesville. Florida, ifill' h
t ray of June.A.D.. 164.
c. (1413)MJ.DOUGHERTY':11 17.24; 7:1 :Hi:
The Smari
NOTICE Of INTENTION TO ;: Place To Go.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME :::.
Pursuant to Section MS.W. Florida :m .
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the ::::
.
undersigned. Robert E. Sullivan rol gbusle.u :::: iis. t
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under the firm "uroa of The :
Cue Stick BUIIardv MS N. Main Street.
Gainesville, Alachua County Florida.
<, Intends to register said fictitious name
tinder the provisions of the aforesaid

Statue.Dated at Gainesville Florida, this tth
day of June.A.D. HA4.
ROBERT E.SULLIVAN

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Diabetics
f-tt -
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<-.. "': ;:; ,
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Feast 'on Father's ay111 + SAYF :: yii Camp Set.Summertime means going




away to camp to many chile

dren throughout the state. But

i r what about the diabetic who

requires special care?


A special camp for diabeticswill

F begin August 16 and continue

i H [ cat through August 29.

I Camp Immokalee, for oosand

'" VALUE girls eight to 14, is situatedon

'u. Lake Brooklyn two miles

S0v east of Keystone Heights. The

: camp is sponsored by the Flora
r w 1
; _ _ ida Diabetes Association in cooperation -
with the YMCA camp

IN and the University of Florida
IY
Health Center.

I 1'', REGULAR 39jJ .. DIXIE DARLING

I T L / diabetic Camp children Immokalee to enjoy enables the

i : :( Pound Cake 130z29: ; ? benefits of camping while re.

qI ceiving complete medical care.

: The camp also gives the boys

and girls an opportunity to

I w4Li <, meet and live with others

with the same problems.

Further information be
may

': ; With Top Value Stampsyou obtained from Mrs. Jack Van

Der Beek, 1910 Riverside Drive

+ East, Bradenton, Florida.
can.choose from America's AGENDA

Utilities Operations Center
55$ Southeast $Mi Avenue

Reg. 98t Whole er Half Tolmadge Farms leading gifts. 1. A Thursday.request by July H t.mes 1964 Printing- t:9t Company P.M.
for the re-establishment of a nonconformIng -
Ham 69
Country LI,. PHILiG :, use of a printing shop hi a BR-2 zone.
Section 2-Ub) of the Gainesville Cod
,R.flt. 5t: Sunnylond Fresh .. of Ordinances at 11 Southwest 2nd Street.
(3421) ':17 .
rRork ,Sausage : : Lb.39 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI
DA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
4lO.t Block Rind Horn AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN

,Aged: Cheese 12-0. 69* Row. MORTGAGE CHANCERY FORECLOSURE
HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS
.. Kraft. Cheese t AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
-- -

elveeta', ,: : -1.Lb. Pkg. 49* .y. Plaintiff,
GILBERT F. BECK and JANE
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31T6ct Sta'mpVwith'Ga.: Brand KING BECK. Ms Wife.

Brick Sausage tb.59 Defendants.NOTICE TO DEFEND

,50 Extra Stomps with Chopped, Shaped i 4 We always say 'Thanks for your STATE Gilbert OF F.FLORIDA Beck and TO

ti -C be. Steaks 3 lb. Box $199 ( t5ExtrO" business" with Top Value.Stamps Whose Address JAne King residence Is unknown Beck hu and wife Post Office

--:2: : Stomps: with Sunnyland Spiced, SlicedEuncheon You are hereby notified' that Hartford
Federal Savings and Loan Association
Meat Pkg.5 9rt has filed Its sworn Complaint In the
Circuit Court of Alachua County, Flor.
25 Extra Stamps with T mow CubanSandwiches Ida, against you seeking the foreclosure -
of that certain mortgage recorded
3 9* In Official Records Book 150 Page 4f
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITHMODESS
Each '
r,.. of the Public Records of AlachuaCounty '
..25 Extra..Stamps with' Tomow Po Boy I i1 Florida covering the following

.. :Sandwiches Each 30J l'-d. ,I 51 Extra Top Vibe I SUMps[ described Lots .Twenty-one property. to and wit:Twenty- two
(21 22) and the East Oen-Half
-. $r Extra Stamps. with TomowDverwurst I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFFish (EVM of Let Twenty-three (23),
I Block "C" Oak Hill Subdivision as
? ,,- a-0z.pkfl.39 THRU PIC" 'ROU" TASTE O' SEA per plat recorded In Plat Book "A"
j. 24-CT. Slicks at Page 161 of the Public Record
87' of Alachua County Florida.
PKG. You are further notified that the return .
GOOD THRU JUNK Xtsr
I day ef this' Notice to Defend Is
Save 6Vi* Each Thrifty Maid Cs or WK AT ANY WINN-DIXIE June 26, It M and you shall on or bee
:Golden Corn 1 10*' I REGULAR OR SUPER ECONOMY 4 fore said date serve a copy ef your
.. .303 can \ defense If any, upon Lowry I An.

'Save"* Each Libby All Green \ draws address Attorneys Is P. O. Box for Plaintiff 390 Gainesville whose" ,
Florida and Immediately thereafter Me
Lima Beans 5 1.
303 Cons the original of same In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ef the
Save 4( Each Thrifty Maid Pineapple-Grapefruit 56 Extra Value I above styled Court otherwise a Decree
Top Stamps 50 Extra Top Value Stamps'VITH Pro Confesso will be entered against
Fruit .Drink 4 $1.
6-o1.Canl QUA{ TrtY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 21STSov. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF you.WITNESS

6* Each Thrifty Maid WINN-DIXIE STORK*. IN a. corrRieirr- iee4 Circuit Judges one of the of Eighth the Honorable Judicial
., ONE HOWARD JOHNSON "ROUN ONE TwiN PACK C"ACKIN' GOOD
2 25* aP: Circuit! of Florida as well as the Clerkof
:.. Catsup 12-01. Bots Coconut Cake Potato or Dip i Ohips' the Circuit Court on this 25th day
.. of May, A. D. If M.
Save 16* Deep SouthPeanut
GOOD THRU JUNK 2lar CiOODTHftUJUNEZI.T5.1ve J. B. CARMICHAEL CLERK
Butter 24-oz.J ; 49* FRESH AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE BV Deputy: CHERRIE Clerk HALES
1 S (3363) 5:27; ':3, 10 17
.
4Vi* Each Cut-Rite
Wax Paper 2 1Ralr?. 49': Jet N.. sort CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by the
''Save'2* Each Aut'd Color Scott FamilyNapkins Board of Control until 2:00 P.M.. July
;. LARGE CRISP HEADS U, 19<<, In the office of the President

2 sort. Pkgs. 25* 91 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 50 Extra Top Value Stamps' Tigert Gainesville Hall, Florida University.t which ef time Florida and
place all bids
Save 2H* Each Scotties Facial 2 HEADS 29x. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF opened and read received aloud will for be furnishing publicly
49* all materials and labor for the construc
Tissues 24ooHct.pkfl,. THRU PU. /IIOxN TROPICANA tion of:

Save lOt Each :Spongier Ca"Jv' Fruit Bars $100 Worth of Candy PROJECT Married Student Housing, University

Circus I Peanuts 1 Pib29* Blueberries 39i aooo THRU JUNK iisr .ooo THRU JWNK liar of HHFA Florida Prelect, State CH-FLA Prolecf-3310)No. UF-14

P1 2 >T ANY WINN-DIXIE i AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AMOUNT 175.000 Of BID DEPOSIT

CATIONSM" PUNS AND IPCCIFS5000 |-
Sara Lee Froien Brioches or LARGE JUICY PERSIANLimes

Croissant Rolls'Pkg. 59* BIDDERS SHALL BE PERSONALLY.
: 29x.FRESH REPRESENTED BY INDIVIDUALS
'Sara LM Finger, Parkerhouw, DOZEN WITH FULL AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE
.
Dinner Rolls '. PkB. 49*: LARGE RIPE 50 Extra Top Valie Stamps 50 Extra Top Value Stamp BIDS we ANY NT*SHALL AND* ALL NOT CONTRACT BE MAILED DOCU AS

Green Giant FrozenNiblets WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE
Corn 3 ." S 1. Pineapple 3 FOR $1 Two P K o s. FR oz[N LPkgs. t'B yOUR CNOICU KAN DEODORANT THE All CONTRACT work shall THIS be done DATE.In accordancewith
Bufferin the Instructions to Bidders and
_..Gr,," Giant Frozen LittleBaby o e ea s 1 Contract Documents pertaining there'o

-::- Peas 3 $1 YELLOW GOOD TNRY JYNt 11aT GOOD THRU JUNK xiar which drawings, and soetlf cetlons, Instructions
contract documents and formof
,,0 ,.PkOS.
Co < AT ANY WINN DIX1E AT ANY WINNDIXIELettuce contract may be secured or examined
Green Giant FrozenGreen U. 3100z. at the office of Mr. D. Nell Webb.
Onions 3 29 I. Zone Architect, located on the Campusof
Beans 3 Pkgs. $1. JAG University of Florida, whose mailing
address Is Building E, University of
1 Florida, Gainesville.
.
General Contractor may secure drawing
.. for I depositof
and specification
fi ,' *
p ---. -----." --II. ; ; ,- '--.: -,,, -_ .. -...- ,-_. -- "' ." -. p --- :: ..: ,.,.: j J iiIII Jl ,1t 1r>' !:iI.tL: 150.00 per let with I limit of two
: : sets per contractor. The cost of each of
1 1 1 1 1 1 these two sets will be refunded to the
1 1 1 1 1 1 Bidder upon his return of the document
1 1 1 1 to the Architect Ottlce It above ad-
1 1 1 1 dress. In consideration of the Bidders
1 1 1 1 1 1 aareement hereinafter referred to. Ad4itlon -
1 1 1 1 1 1 l complete" set* may be purchasedfor
1 'e 1I 1i 1 150.00 per set, cost not r.fundanleesceot '
+ 1 1 1 to the successful bidder. RETURNTO
1 rl 1 1 1 ZONE OFFICE ONLY
1 StO.t r 1 1 1 General Contractors, subcOf\tr.cto"
1 1 1 1
material dealer end ether Interested
1 1 1 1
1 iRIn ( T Nt 1 1 parties may secure full or partial set
*
1 11 1 1 1 I of plan and peelflcetV- y paylno
I coats of plan
tile printing and handling
1 9j 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 at the rate of 11 00 per sheet, cost not
1 1 1 refundable and by deposltlna the sum
1 1 1 1 1 of S'O.OO per set for specification*, whkH.
a 1 1 1 t 1 cost Is refundable upon return the
j !t 1 1I specification! In flood condition WITHIN
ail '
1 1 1 1 14 DAYS AFTER BIO DATE. The paw
t w 1 / 1I ment for plan and the deposit tar
1 1 1 1I eclflc.tlofl..t k*. made ** cheek
1 1 payable BOAID Of CONTROL.
ASSORTED FLAVOR 1CRACKIN' GOODTREETS 1 THRIFTY MAID ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL SCOTT PAPERTOWELS SOFT-WEVE : BLUE or WHITE ARROWDETERGENT Each bld must be submitted Wi strict
1 1 accordance with the Prop $al) Form,
1 1 1 1 t 1 completed which "r"al form
SOFT DRINKSRegular 1I 1 1 APPLE SAUCE 1 1 1 1 1 1 TISSUE 1 1 will fully IF be ANY ah&wft GENERAL I" .*. tpecKKtiMi CONTRACTOR:

: or Low Calorie 1 Save 6tf 1Lb. Box Save 5( Ea. 303 Can Save 5rt on Each Can Save 4< Jumbo Roll Save 6* 2-Roll Pkg. Save 20;( Giant Box HIS FAIL DEPOSIT TO SUBMIT CHECK A nftMA SHALL Fine BE FOR ain,


J2-e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1I 1i i 1 No.2Y 5* 1 t 19UmJt 1 1 1/ 39 tvrety written F!Each ITID.company Bidder evidence shall that from furnish If I awarded.rtseenslM eti,fect'.**V.

3 29 ;
,. 1 1No 29
.
1 ; 1 8 CANS i I t contract h will be able to furnish' !

-. CANS 1 1 1 1 1 1 III CANS. i I i 1 1 1 me Certified Each Performance bid Cashier'must be Bond, Treeturer's accompanied as required.Check by 1

I deposit throw away cons Greet for Snack & with Soup : Comport Quality end Price /1 Compare Quality end Price : Stock of Assorted Colors 2 with $5. order or more 1t Limit 1 with $5. order or more er State a Bank.Rank Certified Draft en Check any National shall have or

r n"_'_ ..,'C __..-j,"' K.,., _*....... 9 __ Check State Documentary shall be made payable Stamps to attached.BOARD
'- "'T'!" ;!o\.t 40" i-r' T"' ''"- 'L "-
t OF CONTROL. In the sum of 175,00009a
I guarantee and with an agreement

I LARGE FAQ 33* 15-cx. LIQUID AJAX CLEANSER 39* AJAX LAUNDRY Crisco Oil I I cancel that tne his Bidder bid *r will withdraw not revoke from the or
= < eamoetttian for a period of 30 dew
,, .Giant Fob Box 79 Liquid Ajax 28-oz. 69 Detergent. Large 33 12-oz. 4 the after event the eoenfeg the contract of bids I* ana awarded that to in

23 the 'Bidder, he will within II censecu*
KIDS LOVENew REG. SIZE AJAX CLEANSER 2/33 BLEACH' Bot. five calendar days after It Is sub.

.. 69 Giant Ajax. 2 49* Action 41 24-0B z. the tltted.Board enter of Into Control written In contract accordance with
Soaky I ;
10-0>. Far Re size 41rt wrm ttIe accepted bid and give to the
ot Beard of Control a contract performance
fLOOR AND WALL SO. OUKT 29* sec BLEACH and payment surety pond with goodIutl"tdefIt
and sureties satisfactory to
-.: jr\t 38-0z. 61 f. the Board of Centre I In the amount .f
Ajax CI eea aner ... id* 29 Baggies I A : r25-ct.43 Action v '. Giant; Size; Bot. 100 Bidder's per cant said of agreement tne accepted Is Incorporated bid. The

In the Proposal Form. The cost of the
bond shall be Included as a part of
the Bidder's bate bid.
Bidder qualification roust be satis
factery to the Beard N COf\t,,!. The
Board of Control reserves the right to
waive Informalities In any bid and ta
For Good Thin as To Eat elect any or aH I bids or to accent
any bid and such alternate that in Hsludoment
( will be for me best interest
+ r si me State of Florida.
Plan and specifications wilt be Issued
sn only by, a/J all questions relative/ t-
b d"11I11 be directed to: Mr. D.
Nail Webs. Zane Architect Board of
Control Building C, University ef Fieri.da. .
' GalnevHte. Florida telephone+ number
27a 321, Extension 21t!.
e BOARD OF CONTROL
A By Dr. J. B.C1AewarExeNtlvt
.t. Director
.,."r; & turn urt, M

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S Gainesville Sun Wednesday June 17, 1964



mmHDD 0 [ fl Women Of The Moose Honored Tea Honors MOST RAW SUGlUfGRbWN IH


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,..t.Le.. j....:-.N..'...' ,?.'.-&# ..'.....:,... Bride ,To BeMiss FLO
syboamsR.9roy
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TKfflffl1L 'ifil., ;" '+. ii5

.1L : -_."" ,, ;. f Y i Jean Thrasher, bride- Wise, Mrs. R. M. Macon, Mrs.
..;.jf.. ," w elect .of Wayne Rickman, was Louise Lattimer and Mrs. Wal--
/ t jX, : .4"fIIIffi ..'.
;' IIi' '; ,: .... feted at a tea given Saturday! ter Wynn. Assisting were Mrs.S. .
REPINED
r "Ift'mr_. .... afternoon by Mrs. R. H. K. Cam, Mrs. Cecil Love,

f f *" 'f''' _:,.), ; -;-: ,-.", : .-' Howard, Mrs. R. M. Palmer Mrs. E. E. Dunnavant, Mrs. INTO
,\
:: '-''' i and Mrs. Edwin Jones of Talla- J. F. Wyche, Mrs. R. C. Mason
; ." '
By RUTH WEB1ER '.. '' s:;:- ,_'",;'-4": : : .' :hassee, at the Howard home. and Mrs. A. H. Spurlock.The .
.
Women's Editor '_-, '
,
'
? of honor
: : Greeting guests at the door guest was presented
,, "W I I with a corsage of pink
"" "X' : were Mrs. Page McArthur, Mrs.
: sugar
and of silverin
... rosebuds a gift
Brides'Book ," ,i'J -' Wayne Moore, Mrs. J. B. Carmichael her chosen
I ; !: pattern.
. .iP"i: Mrs. C. R. Smith,
'ft'W' Mrs. Vera Jenkins and Mrs.,
'_
'
Ted Eubanks.
>"... .iP"\.
':1<,;. The receiving line includedthe
;: honoree, Mrs. B. E. Thrasher -

t.. ... her mother and the hoSt-
... '' .
TODAY, June 17 ., .. esses.
Bridal shower honor .. SALE
ing Miss Patricia Ailstock, Mrs. Judy Lawrence Mrs.
bride-elect of Clifton McNiel Sue Metz, and Mrs. Mary Kit
Gornto, 8 p.m., Mrs. Woodrow Mrs. Helen M. Davies, center, was honored at a luncheon given Saturday at Moore kept the guest book.
Shaw and her daughter Miss the Holiday Inn by the Women of the Moose. Mrs. Davies recently returned THURSDAY ONLY
Susan Shaw, 1709 NW 11th from Chicago where she and Mrs. Harold Scales, left, and Mrs. William Lund, Pouring punch were Mrs. Sue '
Road. right, attended the National Convention of Women of the Moose. Mrs. Davieswas :
Miscellaneous shower complimenting appointed Grand Regent of the Women of the Moose at the convention.Mrs. .
Miss Jean Thrasher Lund received her College of Regents Degree at Moose Heart, and Mrs. Thinking of A Summer Dresses
bride-elect of Wayne Rickman, Scales received the Star Recorder Degree.ABOUT : New Refrigerator
Mrs. C. A. Matthews, Mrs. E. Right from regular stock $15 i

W. Garris, 2000 NW 23rd Ter- ,. for one day. names you know.
race, 8 pin.THURSDAY. PEOPLE
See The One That Val. to $2995
June 18
Makes It'SvOwn Ice
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring Capt. and Mrs. J. W Spikes daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. demic year at RandolphMacon -
Miss Patricia Ailstock, and children Donny, Tommyand Theodore S. George, has Deen Woman's College.
bride-to-be of Clifton McNeil Nancy Lynn, of Gadsden, elected the junior class rep- (R&1)) 4. '
Gornto, 1 p.m., Mrs. Charles Ala., arrived Tuesday for a resentative to the Athletic Association Frances, a junior majoringin
West and her daughter-in-law, political science, served as
visit with Mrs. Spikes parents, at Randolph-Macon ICE MAKER .
Mrs. NicolasWest.. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Workinger. Woman's College for the 1964- an assistant training group FEMININE APPAREL
from $268.88The
FRIDAY,* June 19 'II 65 academic leader for freshman orienta- FR 6-6348
Philip G. Hill son of Mr. and year. 105 W. University'Avenue
Luncheon honoring Miss Mrs. C. C. Hill of Golfview, received Miss Frances Jones, tion.
Chris Carlisle, bride-elect of I his Phd. degree in James T. White of High-
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ed-
Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, Drama from Tulane Univer- point, N. C., brother of Mrs.
12:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Cow- sity on June 1. He will join the mund R. Jones, has been appointed Margaret Boutelle, p assed Variety Store
les and Mrs. John Harrisonat staff of Furman University chairman of the social away recently while Airs. Bou- 7 S.E. 1st Ave. R
the Harrison home,0 727 SW Greenville S. C., where he will committee for the 1964-65 aca- tell was visiting him. Phone 2-5348
27th Street. head the Department of .- .
Bridal luncheon honoring ,1
.
Speech.Dr.
Miss Dian Aiken, fianceeof

Paul Marti noon Mrs. W. and Mrs. Harry M. Merchant iSUMMERTIME SAVINGS
G. Carver of Lakeland and \
have returned from a
her daughter Miss Jean Carver -
trip to the Blue Ridge Moun-
Hotel Thomas. tains, Highlands and Roanoke, @ J FOR VALUE!
Wedding of Miss Dian Aik Va. COMPARE PENNEY S FOR QUALITY -
en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ALWAYS FIRST
and Paul Martz, son of Rev.
Mrs. George Sims is spend- .
and Mrs. Charles T. Martz of
Pompano Beach, 7:30 p. m., I ing two weeks visiting her par- BETTER SPORTSHIRTS IA.
First Presbyterian Church. I ents, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Raymondof \
Calif. She is
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McMillan Dunscombe Mrs. she will be present for a fam- AT GIGANTIC SAVINGS I
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Nuptials

t Is TonightThe Read '. TODAY, June 17 FRIDAY, June 19

Newcomers Group of Wed In MiamiMIAMI Nuptials AnnouncedMrs. Gainesville Bridge Club, Gainesville Bridge Club, 9

the University' Women's Club I Clarice Brown and 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. ajn., Holiday In..
will sponsor a summer bridgeto WILLISTON Miss Frances- shasta daisies and pink and
be held on Wednesday eve- Miss Lea Jane! The bridegroom was grad Chesser and Lamar Sullivanwere white gladioli.The Wesley Roberts were mar- University ,City Bridge United Church Women, Holy

nings, through the summer, be- Bussey and Frederick Stewart'''uated from Miami, Beach High married on June 5, at the bride's table, overlaid ried on June 4 by Judge Harry Club, 7:30 pjn.; Weed Hall, Trinity. m. and Episcopal 7:30 Church, 9:30a. :
First Baptist Church, Williston.The with .a white linen cloth, McDonald, who p. m.
was
o'clock
ginning tonight at 8 at Lane married on Sundayin School and the University of performed 107 NW 15th Terrace.
were
the Clubhouse on West New- I bride is the daughter of centered with a candelabra of the double ring In
berry, Road. Miami. Florida with a BS degree in I Mr. and Mrs.' W. C. Chesser of crystal and silver containing his chambers. ceremony Newcomers .Group.. University Use. FoilYou
Both members of the New- Both are graduate studentsat Journalism. He is presently' Williston. The bridegroom's lighted white tapers and\ pink Women's Club, Bridge.
comers Group and the Univer treasurer of the U of F student parents are 'Mr.: and Mrs. John carnations and fern, flanked by The bride wore a blue. lace 8'p.m.., Clubhouse, open to an won't have to bother
sityWomen's Club are invitedto the University of Florida, body, a member of the Florida Sullivan of Williston.The the punch bowl, and a four tier- dress with matching .accessories Newcomers and club mem- greasing those cookie sheets if
attend. Reservations are not and will make their home In Blue Key, Pi Sigma Alpha, Sig-' double ring ceremonywas ed wedding cake.' and a corsage of pink bers. you line them with foilstandard -
required. Gainesville after a wedding ma Delta Chi, and past president performed by Rev. Jimmy Mrs. Quincey Ross cut the rosebuds. THURSDAY, June 18 weight will be fine. But for
Dress is casual and refresh- of Pi Lambda Phi fra-: Shelton before an altar of white wedding cake. Cake and punch lining a broiling or roastingpan
trip.The chrysanthemums and potted were served by Mrs. Charlotte Gainesville Library Advis- foil.
ments will be served. ternity.'' After the ceremony, Mr. better use heavy-duty
bride was graduatedfrom fern, flanked by candelabra. Fugate and Mrs. Sandra Geiger. ory Board, 8 pjn., Gaines-
,Those participating will be Miami Beach High School He is also a member of Who's : and Mrs. Joseph: Arinson, en- ,
Nuptial music was given by The bride's book was kept by ville Public Library. -
( requested to donate 15 cents and the University of Florida Who in American. Colleges and Mrs. A. L. Griffis, organist, and Mrs. Ed 'Lightner. tertained with a reception at -.
for prizes. with honors, and she receiveda Universities and Florida Hall Miss Linda -Powell, soloist. Mrs. E. L. Barton was in I their home. Golden Age Club, 1 p.m., created in the
I Hostesses are Mrs. Gerhard BA degree in English. ,She of Fame. Recently Mr, Lane The bride, given in marriageby charge of the wedding and Mrs. Recreation Center.Gainesville TROPICSsL
!,/ Freund, chairman, assisted by was president of Delta Phi was chosen "Outstanding Male her father,.wore a gown of James Shelton and Mrs. Edga Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are ,League of Worn-
J' Mrs.. :Charles ''Fairbanks- and I Epsilon sorority and editor of Student Leader." white silk organza and 'imported -I Chesser were in charge ,of the ,at home to friends at 301 SE men Voters, 8 pjn., Mrs. War-

,"" Mrs.. Alex Bednarek. Coedikette Magazine. re-embroidered A I e n con !reception. 50th Street. ren W. Menke, 121 SW 22nd

--- -- Garnish ChopsGarnish lace.Her Out-of-town guests attendingthe Out of town guests attend- Street, Orientation Meeting.
i bouffant veil was held : wedding were Mr. and Mrs.A. .
ing the
EDMUND DWYER lamb chops with wedding were Mrs. Gainesville Chapter14,
by a white taffeta' rose, and W. Jordan and daughters, John Adams
daughter of the
broiled thin slices of sweet she carried a crescent bouquetof Linda and Patty of Ft. Lauder- bride Mrs. OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple.
Electrologist ; Sonny Brown,
4 onion; add a sprinkling of minced
sweetheart dale Mrs. Robert
pink roses. ; Swanson and
't Mrs. Henry Bethea, Mrs. Ed Allemanders Dance
Square
d % UNWANTED and a slice of
parsley
'I Festive for Mrs. Richard ,Wise, matronof daughter, Holly, and Mrs. J. E. Denton, Mrs. Phil McDildaand Club, Gainesville High School : I I a
cherry tomato. company -
honor and Miss Marlene Shelton of
I Miami. Mrs. John Welch., Teachers Auditorium. I
IImlIIID Beamer, bridesmaid, wore Others attending from out-of- '- '
street length dresses, of turquoise -town were Mrs. G. W. Willis, :
FOREVER'
-... Medically''Approved Method Bread CrumbsNext peau de soie, and match- Mrs. Paul Copeland, Mrs. Rus- -
-- .'H ing accessories. Both carried sell Lambert, and Miss Gail ,.
t by Appointment Only time broil tomato \ 1lJ.
t Please Call FR 2-8039 halves, try sprinkling you them with crescent bouquets of pink roses. Willis, and Russell Lambert Jr., Discount Drugs I I > ,
107 West University Avenue I Richard Wise served as best all of Gainesville; also Mr. and
bettered bread crumbs and I
. man, and ushers were Dean Mrs. Willie Bass of Gainesville.The desirable
grated Parmesan cheese. "YOUR DOLLARS HAVE MORE CENTS
.n Chesser, brother of the bride, couple will reside in Wil .
I I AT PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY"We everywhere .
William Chesser, cousin of the liston.
I : bride, and Ed Lightner.Mrs. meet or beat any prescription pricein Jean cosmetics Graham's were created tropic-sheer for the
r : W. H. TOWNSEND & SONS Chesser, mother of the Handcraft the central I Florida area if you feminine woman who cares
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bride, wore a dress of 'pink can get your prescription filled for less about the effects of climate
crepe with matching acces- ExhibitIs we. will give you the cash differencein and weather on her complex.
:_ Wholesale and Retail sories, and a corsage of pink their prescription price and ours ion. These cosmetics never"godry"

' carnations. The bridegroom's SponsoredThe If You Want To Pay More day., cake What or fade ever throughoutthe the weather -

i MEATS mother, was dressed in blue For Your Prescription, -hot,dry,cold,or wet they
PORTIONED and white striped dress with Fine Arts Committee of That's Your Business best protect delicate skin.You'll
bone! accessories, and a pink the Union Board for Student If You Wish To Pay Less s love the tender-touch of cosmetics -

_. : '23.16NW carnation corsage. I activities is sponsoring an exhibit -, That's Our Business. x byPHONE
6th St. Phone 2-4386 After''the: ceremony, a reception by Mrs. KaYM. Welborn,
'.,., _.. -_.u__ was held at the home of I in the North Wing Gallery of Grady Bowen, Owner
I --' These Prices Good for Month of June the bride's parents. The lawn' the Florida Union this month. "Let us fill your next prescription .'" j-- 0
was decorated with lighted can- Mrs. Welborn, a Gainesville
dles in resident and Director ORTHO NOVUM 10m,. No. 20 Tablet. .93.40
crystal globes. of the BLANCH'SFR
t ORTHO NOVUM 2mj. No. 20 Tablets $1.35
BEEF The house'was decorated with Union Craft Shop, has assembled ENOVID lOmg. No. 20 Tablets . . .$3.40 6-3997
J a variety of handcrafted ENOVID 5mg. No. 20 Tablets. .. .. .$1.70 For A Personal
I NORLESTRIN It No. 20 Tablets. .$1.30
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1 SIR LIN GROUND BEEF / .MembershipDrive including NORINYL 2mg. No. 20 Tablets. . $1.35 Cosmetic Appointment
t lb. < *Ibs. wall-hangings of both cloth ard Your Doctor's Prescription Required. For June 18th
STEAK S 79 H'burger 3 129 EndsA plastic, sand sculptures, stone- 9:30 AM 'Til 5:00 PM
ROUND RIB ware, glass and jewelry.Mrs. PHONES:. FR 2-5347 and FR 2-5348
pool party held at the How- Professional Service Pharmacy
Welborn a recent
past
STEAK ib. 79* STEW..lb.29* ard Johnson's Motor Lodge recently -president of the Florida Craftsmen Discount Drugs J3 S
climaxed the May mem- i
T-SCNE! ALL MEAT Inc., and a member of
bership drive of the Gaines- the Gainesville Fine Arts Association 419 S.W. 8th St.
STEAK ib 98" STEW..lb.69" ville Junior Chamber of Commerce and the' American 311 N.W. 13th ST.

CLUB CHUCK. Wives Auxiliary.Mrs. Craftsmen's Council. \ .. -- .
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t STEAK ib. 89* ROAST lb. 39" cettes president announced, Jay-that I. ..
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STEAK lb. 89* ROAST lb. 49* Membership in the club is
limited to wives of Jaycees, ac
BONEr & ROLLED CHUCK H4MBURGEIi"ROAST
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ib. 79 PATTIES Bx oIb. 450 100 Gainesville Jaycee wivesare
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ATTENTIONHOME
The new members are Mrs.
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Despite relatively peaceful and prosperous times, Americansfeel With,this coupon Md purchase of or
themselves troubled by individual problems and anxieties.A OUR OWN 100 for only 2 lb. .1 89 nilt Steak C
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Tea Bags . 95c un arg.' B. 6 9 4IIr.
just completed survey in which Americans were askedto
identify their personal worries. and concerns shows them Coupon good JAX.through t-w-a Sunday, Juno 21 "NO NECESSARY"COUPON Rib i ." .. .Ib.. 59c L6. "
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the relations of people to each other. ,25 B.,trn ,

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Mental illness in thefamily and alcoholism are each ad- ...." With this coupon and purchase of Ground Beef 3-ib. pkg. 1.17"SuperRight" Liver skinned & sliced lb. 39c"SuperRight" Breakfast Bacon 39c"SuperRight"

mitted to by one family in every six. .at. ANN Seasoned PAGE Salt 35/101.. .. bottle 25c =i. Western Beef Boneless. Beef- Full Cut Pure Pork

-Difficulties of husbands and wives in getting along with h.) JAX. Fail Rib' Steak .: . lb. 89c Round Steak . lb. 87c Sausage 3-Ib..pkgs. 1.00 I
each other, as well as parents complaining about an almost ,+ Coupon good through\ Sunday, Juno 21 ,
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total lack of respect from children,tare .acknowledged problems .- II "
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and having someone incurably ill at home are reported by 25 Extra
nearly one in five families. W Plaid Stamps Short Ribs . ib.29c Pork Chops IB. 69c Fish Sticks. . 3 for 1 1.00

Being lonely most of the time is admitted by one in seven
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people. UNCLE BEN'S11ox.. pkg. ee 1 Special A&P Whole or Sliced Beets or Cream Style or Whole Kernel
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-One in 10 reports having an unfaithful husband or wife.A Quick Rice ,
carefully drawn cross-section of .adult America was asked MM4 :
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"Do you know anyone or not who (drinks too much, etc.)? GOLDEN CORN 7 Mb. 89C

Is that someone INTIMATE close to your PERSONAL or not?"PROBLEMS f ft f iff- Cans

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Marriage Disrespectful troubles children at home -.........-36 37 17Can't 15 Cream Cheese Cake 1-lb.Flail. .4-ox.. ... 79cJAX each + ICE CREAM 1f2 g a e 49c

Mentally find disturbed work memberof 34 15 Coupon good through Sunday, Juno 11 thef

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Qualified to go to college but h(2 i c:. A"J
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Child doing badly in school 23 10
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Not enough clothes _________ 12 4 Regular 59c
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security. Today, many of these problems have been alleviated. .cJ"-
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subtle, intimate and complex. I .S.t. J7NG

Some people have severe problems In becoming fully accepted -
members of society, while others want desperately to
escape the pressures of modern living. The stresses and .
strains are clearly on the non-material side of our national "REMEMBER DAD"y
life and up to now have obviously gone\ virtually unrecognized
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A BUSINESS CASEIMPORTANT
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Swim PoolSTORRS ARE PROUD TO USE.. Tobacco
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SWISS CHEESE . ., .6.oz.Pk3. 29c WESSON OIL . ._ . 1-qt., i*.-btl.. 59 C Folding Aluminum ((7 strand webbing) ,
Conn. (AP) Dr.:

.Arthur Shrager has two pools I SPECIAL! Ann Page SPECIAL! Assorted Colors. Chaise Lounges . only 5.98
and one is buried -yes, buriedin .
.. his back yard. .' Folding ((6 strand webbing)

It seems Shrager just could MAYONNAISE . . . qt. Jar 45c DELSEY TISSUE . . .4ro.,349c., Aluminum Chairs . only 3.19
..n't; accept the fact that when
the cold months arrived he Nabisco

would have to stop. swimmingin Premium Saltines': . 1-lb. Box 29c
his conventional outdoor '
1 CALIF. RED RIPE Strietmonn's Fudge FiUed

-pool.He spotted a big, cylindrical \\ PENQUIN ; : Mb. pkg. 49cSI'
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metal tank one day and had it i s 1 10-oz.: Bag 59c

trucked Then to a his power home.shovel was 1Ell i @]rn B E R R I ESi ... .... . . each. 69c
used to scoop out a yawning 4 pocketATTACHE .
trench in the backyard. CASE . :. ;. Giant. Tube 46c
Warm air is piped to the pool Pepsodent Stripe _
:from the garage which is also Hen's '' Tooth Tube
a.adt-uca unlqueettache f" 'i"; ; escentLarge 27c 1
where the water is heated and CM for feusy executives and bust '' Pillsbury Cr 1
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filtered. aDd MM recosniza mm oa u.-oftwho the lO-natel tftmtBd $ I 00 Dinner Rolls . . . 8-oz. Con 31c i
Now it can blow all it wants II'' FMturina padded top and bottom ; 3 Pints Nescafe .
with pat ented*r*nU od0e.this . i
and
Shrager will go right on DeUua STEBCO attach casa ot. s' ." :, I Instant Coffee 6-oz. Jar $1,05 1
swimming. How much did it i fare s removable"k-lM partition Storkist Chunk
cost? He figures about 1000. that tition doubles snaps back as a writing easily into pad.place Par- Light Tuna . . 9 V2- Z. Can :49c
to act as a lid over lower section. ,r Pillsbury
Also featured art 4 pockets plus Z SWEET RED ..RIPE "
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Making Liquor divided pockets and pan and pencil Buttermilk Biscuits 8-oz. Can -- i
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LAGOS Nigeria (AP) Nigeria : cent quality father or Stebco's e*_ fli ,,Save o.ly1laiiSta.'llls,
cluslvo TUF1DE which looks hk* "
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first liquor distillery in association -' leather s-to-l(guarutHclllull -
with N. V. Erven Lucas, year*)l : t fAQnC 71A SOA JANy.KC
Bols of Amsterdam. Nigerian. Ideal For
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= newest automobile showroom: B &G Motors Opens The.service and parts depart- ___a .- III. _. .- ___

: NW and service 13th Street shop'June when 17 B&G at 2001: ments building are''jUst housed to the in a right separate and __ _. _II I-I _. ._ _. w.

=- Motors displays its new build-i Expanded ,Facility Todayplay behind the showroom. The huge -...-, '.i- -. -. .- -. -ii

; ings. _. 70-by-146 foot structure is more ___r _II _. 11_ _. -.
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:: Oldsmobile dealer for Gaines-I Ip y-which was established on now be able to serve the city the old service area. __.. .... .i_ II. _. ._ __ _.
=- ville and the surrounding area. same location in 1960. The and area better." This building is also soundproofed 1 .... .. .. mmmBT _. --
=: The firm is run by John T. body shop will remain at 701 The showroom alone is bigger and has room for 20'I' ._ 1__ ....--- _. II __ _
:- Brasington Jr. as. president.:South Main Street. than the old building, which cars to be serviced on new automatic .
; His brother Larry is vice-presi- also housed the service and lifts. The service department I I___ ._-, _. K 11m. 11--
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. : buildings join the used car dis- capacity downtown. We, will has room for 25 new cars pairs.

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Gainesville's automotive busi- expanded into the'B&G Motor r 4q
: ness dates from 1926. Co., Inc., in 1948, and in 1949it rt I
: It was that year almost 40 was moved into a new build- CONCRETE PRODUCTS' BLOCKS
years ago that J. J. Bras- ing at 115 S.E. 2nd St. Givens .
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sons John, Robert, Jay, Law- tirement later that year. At that EXCAVATING, GRADING. POURING
: rence and Bennie- and daughter time, the present managementtook
Edith moved here from over. It includes John T. LINTILS SILLS SLABS CURBS
: South Carolina. He became Brasington, Jr., president; Law- fl
: service manager of Fowler's rence Brasington, vice-pres-
Star garage, which sold several ident, and Mrs. John T. (Mar
: makes of new cars. tha) Brasington, secretary and
Five years later in 1931 treasurer. We are happy to have been of service in 1
: Brasington opened his own au- "We are proud, of course, to '.
tomotive repair business. expand once more by conso- : S
: Then, five years after that, lidating most of our services in 'building B & G MOTORS9 new ,showroom
John Jr. followed in his father's one location," President Bras- JOHN BRASINGTON A. L. BRASINGTONVice .
: footsteps and formed a partner- ington said, "but even more im- President of B & G Motor president and general and office. Best Wishes!
with Val W. Givens to reflects the Company. His genial ,
: ship portant our move open ap- manager of B & G Motor Co.,
sell and service Cadillacs dynamic growth of automotive proach to friend and stranger
: and Oldsmobiles. sales and service in the Gaines- alike is famous all over North Inc. works 24 hours a day,
Following a shut-down during ville area." Florida. though it doesn't appear on t

-: his paycheck. It's'not uncom- i, Chemical, Toilets Supplied ,by : I
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Despite the opening of the ," and we want to leave il: All of the shop staff have diplomas !
where it Is." from the General Motors \
new building on 13Ih: Street, .
The body shop handles wrecked -. Institute.. I !. -
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care of mantenance work. The all makes of cars but special ; .F, .,.',: ... "
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said President Johnnie Erasing- and has two wrecker truck S mobiles. > '. J*v, .> Bank IS easy, convenient and fast. :3 n 1\1r


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It This is the "paper work" department of the B. &G. :Motor Company. Data and detail are their meat
I and potatoes. From the right they are: Betty Beckham, Homar Wallace, office manager, and Elizabeth

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I I 'Trying On' Tile Accounting Dept. Head BUY A POLICY'

Has Seen Many ChangesOffice
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Before Buying ItFor Manager Homer Wal- in 1949, has seen the growth of I GET PROTECTIONThe
both the town and the
lace, has seen a lot of changesat company.
since he started work.
B & G Motor Co., but now
those who like to try a firm that laid all the terazzo and he's seeing one he has been "There were nine people simplest way to make sure
carpet on before buying it, the tile floors at B & G Motor Co. working for us when I came
waiting for the several
past
"In home" shopping service of After visiting Central Florrida's here" he said. "The last payroll that you are getting the greatest
Central Florida Tile and MarbleCo. showroom, it be years-a new office for his
is the answer. for a salesman can to bring arranged accounting department.He we made up, had 34 names" xx+>4< Q ":,.", ._ protection at the least possible cost,

This is the same Gainesville the various styles selected to .1., '
the buyer's home. and his three-woman staff A Landslide 'x .. v : is to let us handle your insurance.
will get a 50 cent increasein
The overall effect of the carpets per We'll take care of all details
Red space, not much comparedto BIRMINGHAM, Ala. AP ..
OrangesAre can be seen by checkingthe ( ) .i>>'i.''' \
what of the other departments "
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colors and patterns of the Asbury Place became a part of from planning to claims, and our
at thecompany's .
DeliciousCATANIA are getting _. ,;.
samples in the lighting condi- suburban Mountain Brook by a '
tions and color scheme of thebuyer's new building on 13th unanimous vote in an annexation }. service costs you nothing!
street, but than welcome i.r
Sicily (APFirsttime ) more
home. after the somewhat election. The plebicite at- ,
visitors to Sicily are often cramped -
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The salesman can at the same
tracted only two voters, and t
quarters Wallace has had for
when order
surprised they or
time offer decorating advice and ;
both favored the attachment.I
juice and get a glass if the past few years. '
ange make measurements if the
room Asbury Place contains a half
something which looks like to:person is planning a wall-to-wall Wallace, a graduate of both dozen homes, but only two of : : :
mato joice instead. But it isn'ttomato. ,
installation. Gainesville
High School and the the residents had lived there
It's the Sanguinello Central Florida Tile and Mar- University of Florida, where he long enough to qualify for the .
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blood orange Sicilians prefer ble Co. installs every type of received an accounting degree election. ::>r.
above all others. flooring, including terazzo. In .
The Sanguinello looks like an'addition I '
it claims to have the
ordinary orange on the outside, largest selection of carpeting in I .
with only the faintest blush of Gainesville.The firm serves the CongratulationsOn B & G <: DAN BYRD
red, but inside it is extra juicy, entire North Central Florida DON? GAMBLE
extra tasty and red as a ripe area from combined warehouseand I
tomato. storeroom location at 1540 Your New Building
Waldo Rd.Not INSURE ASSOCIATES, Inc.
Market
Egg We. are proud to have done the landscaping.For 825 N.W. 13th St. FR 2.2511
Healthy
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The estimates on your landscaping problems call I
Northeast Florida Egg Market SALEM, Kan. (AP) At Jack DeYot T. Clayton 'u nnMOTOR I
prices to retailers: tendance was the lowest in the
Extra large 41-45, mostly 44-45 months when the Salem 4 H Landscape ContractorsPHONE
large 39-42, mostly 41-42; medi- Club celebrated "Health CONGRATULATIONS to B&G CO.
um 30Vi-35, mostly 33; small Month" at its May meeting. : FR 6-4922
24V4-29, mostly 28. I The reason: Mostly mumps
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A won't be any of the con quate and in November, 1961, 'missed when potential buyers fy the customer, though, we
'I,1 that always comes on the Used Car Department mov- went to the wrong location." satisfy him. We don't sell a car
day for the used car de until we are sure it is safe and
ed to the 13th Street location.
The used car dept. deals only
I of B &: G Motors when ready to go and we have few
moves into its new Jay said "Here we have with trade-ins on new and used returns."
cars and does not buy used cars.
room located on 13th facilities and thou-
room, new
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sands of potential car buyers the lot at any one time. Church Women
used car display has been passing each day resultingin
The main stock is Oldsmobilesand
new location site since Slate Dual
there won't be any more sales. Being separatedfrom Cadillacs testifying to the _
in operations now that I the rest of the Company firm's high repeat business, but Meets FridayThe
car sales and service I made it harder to coordinate many makes are represented on,
I have made the' and to the lot. I
management personnel United Church Women of
according to Jay Bras- obtain parts. Also sales wereIt's The department goes througha Gainesville will meet Friday at
head of the department careful servicing procedureto 9:30: a.m. and 7:30 pan. at
.j srd of a masters degree make certain cars meet the
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
University of Florida. for ShowLA value rated standards established
is one of four by Oldsmobile B & G Motors State reports will be given
who work at B &: G Mo- CROSSE, Kan. AP) tors. members who attended the
has been head of the The family name of Schaffer is Two mechanics and two I state meeting recently in Jack-
department since popular with the Dan Schuck--clean-up men work in the department -, sonville. These delegates were
Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, Mrs.
man family. and handle six
Younger brother, Benny, can
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at time in the servic
Jay.,,He's been with the cars one
have three
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Matheson who was also installed
years. ing area. Full use is also madeof I
the Used Car oper- daughters married to men the body shop and main serv- as president of the state or
whose last name is Schaffer.I .
located on S.W. 2nd ice department. ganization.Mrs.
October, 1956, it was Their another fourth Schaffer daughter this will wed I "Brasington is' the hardestman Emmanuel Gitlin, local
I to new facilities near the summer. II I to please I've ever worked president, will preside Friday at
site of the new Federal Mrs. Schuckman's maiden'for," said chief mechanic Claude both the morning and evening
Soon this was inade name? Schaffer. I Rodgers. "We know if we satis meeting.
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\ : with all power window installations ignition is off. mounted reel for convenient retraction .

4 Setting the Pace With Cadillac includes an override Seat belts, too, have a new of the outboard front .. I
t i position for emergency opera- feature. Standard on all seat belts. Front belts, of course, art
tion of the windows when the belt installations is a floor standard equipment.

New standards of performance Cadillac Interiors are as contemporary pointments Is a restyled instru-:I .
comfort and convenience as the exterior styl- ment panel with a newly shaped
AdvancesTell New front : Another I l Building i l Problem Solved I By i StranSteelr
r are coupled with unmistakable Engineering ing, with the accent again on upper cover. compartment I
(, Cadillac styling in the comfort and convenience. courtesy lamps, located .
t!J 11 models that make up the Fashionable of at the ends of the cover,:
upholsteries
: 1964 line up. the Story for 1964proven leather, wool broadcloth, nylon provide better illumination for;i
t The II entry and exit. : SSSY51\T.Hy1RAIS!.N115M1CtT1Vt: .
performance gains result viscose cloths and expanded ; N :
from a new engine and a new vinyl are offered in a total of Another new option is the
transmission, while the com- smoothness, efficiency :junction with the lamps 'in the 124 combinations.The Twilight Sentinel, an automatic
fort and convenience story is and reliability. It is offered in tail fins. headlamp and tail lamp control.,'
.I highlighted by the first fully the Sixty-Two series and the A choice of 16 colors is popular leather interior Twilight Sentinel turns on the
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automatic year round condition- Seventy-Five Sedan and Lim- available. And five glamour has a new look this year as the car's lights at dusk and off in,. % :%*:%*: :*:-xctt*:&
ousine. colors in the new high luster seat inserts are of perforated This
ing system ever offered in an daylight automatically.
f Automobile. The Turbo Hydra-Matic is in firemist paint are offered at no leather. These small perforations -I device also has a delayed action i' to B&G MOTOR CO.
J qhe the de Ville series, the Sixty extra cost on the Eldorado Con- allow the leather to"breathe" feature which makes it,.
11 models less
one than
adding to comfortas ON THE OCCASION OF YOUR
i last year, are realigned 'into'Special Sedan and the Eldorado vertible, and as an extra-cost well distinctive possible for the driver to leave
.tHree series: three models are Convertible. It is a Hydra-Matic option on other models. as appear- his lights on for up to 90 seconds
Complimenting these exterior ance. Bolster areas are trimmed after he his Formal Grand
transmission in which parks car. ; Opening
in the Sixty-Two series: four a torque
with
!f natural or antique finish!
the distinctive I
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.j models, including the convert converter replaces one of the paints leather. I Also new in headlamp
,' tible, are in the de Ville series; geared ratios., covered padded roof availablein control is a relocated power
and four models in the Fleet- An industry first in the areas four colors. This option has 'Leather upholstery is avail- unit for the automatic dimmer..
wood series. The short-deck of comfort and convenience is been extended to include the able at no extra cost in the de The phototube unit is relocated Quo/Yy Builds 9 at low Cost... A COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE I

,i sedan is discontinued. Cadillac's new Comfort Control, four-window Sedan de Sedan Ville and and I VIDe Convertible and the El from the top of the instrument Whatever your building needs, we can meet them quickly and economical. As your :
Overall is increased a completely automatic heatingand the Seventy-Five dorado Convertible, and as an panel to the leading edge of Stran-Steel Franchised Builder for this area, we offer a well-rounded service planning,
length
Limousine in addition to the I estra-cost option in the Coupede designing, construction.
air the left front fender. In addi-
one-half inch 223.5 inches conditioning system.
to on Coupe de Ville and Sixty Spe-, Ville, four-window Sedan de Select high-quality Stran-Steel building from than 2500 designs to fit
nine models and 243.8 inches The driver merely sets a dial tion to being inconspicuous, the your: more your
on ,cial Sedan. Ville and Sixty Special Sedan. new location makes the head- business and budget. They're factory engineered for fast low-cost construction alt!
the Seventy-Five Sedan and thermostat on the instrument available in 10 durable colors. Free estimates for the .
: And on the inside, the 1964 are yours asking.
Limousine. Other exterior and panel and Comfort Control does The Eldorado Convertible and lamp dimmer more sensitive to
interior dimensions remain un- the rest, supplying cooled or Sixty Special Sedan interiorsare tail lights.
changed. warmed conditioned air at the I Student Wins again distinguished by a Power window operation can. StriteeI BROWN
The division's major story is temperature specified. The result rich wood facing on the instru- be controlled more selectively I
In engineering with advances in is a constant, comfortable I PackagingDesign ment panel and door inserts. by the driver through the use of I' vv : CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc.
engine, transmission and acces- atmosphere within the car regardless The paneling this year is of a power window deactivatorswitch franchised Builder '
sories. of the variable tem- AwardJohn baku wood. on the instrument panel.. 820 N.W. 4th Sr. FR 2-2587
One high performance V-8 peratures and humidity outside. Capping these interior ap This master control, standard,
W. Stokes, University of
engine is standard In all models. From every perspective the
Displacement is 429 cubic In- styling changes reflect the appearance -Florida advertising design senior -
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ches, a boost of 10 per cent, of greater size. placed fourth in a divisionof
(t and horsepower is up from 325 In the front view, the grille the St. Regis Paper Com
to 340. With a torque increase runs uninterrupted from head- pany's fifth annual collegiate Central Florida Tile Marble C0"Cadillac"
I to 480 at 3000 RPM the performance lamp to headlamp and extends Packaging ,Design Contest. &
gain is felt immediately around the bumper ends over Stokes will receive award .
'. { in the lower speed range I the cornering lamps. Its wide medal and a $50 savings bond
I'', ,- namely the 2C- to 50 mile anti cross hatch design is divided for his entry in the container
hour traffic driving speeds. Yet horizontally by a grille bar finished division of the contest.
-the of the floor field
with this increase in per- in body paint color, add- The UF Department of Art -coYering
formance, engine weight and ing to the look of breadth. will receive a gift of $50 for the ,
fuel economy remain the same The profile is long and unbroken -award as the colleges and uni-
is last year. and length is accented versities represented by win-
The engine displacement results -still further by the lowering of ning students also receive cash "%
from increases in both the traditional Cadillac tail fin. gifts, awarded to assist insti- -
\ bore, 4.13 inches, and stroke, The sporty lines of the El tutions in further advancing EXTEND SINCERE CONGRATULATIONSto
s 4.0 inches. Although pistons are dorado Convertible are distin- studies in the field of graphic
larger, they weigh less becauseof guished also by full rear wheel
a more efficient design. Modifications openings trimmed in chrome. I arts.Roy
Craven, sponsoring professor
are also made in the Major styling changes are said the contest this year the B & G Motor Companyat
crankshaft and camshaft and seen in the rear view, which entries from all 50 d
1. the capacity of the starting continues the appearance of substance included
t( motor is increased ,to cor- through breadth. Prominent states and numbered more than
I from 283 col- the FORMAL GRAND OPENING
submitted
respond with the engine in vertical bumper ends 2,000, I II
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Two automatic transmissions of the broad deck lid, art.
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I are offered the HydraMaticand bumper and grille treatment This is the fourth consecutiveyear of Florida I r g1C of theirMagnificent
the new Turbo HydraMatic.The above the bumper. These bum- that University
Hydra-Matic is modifiedto per ends house the tail, stop, advertising design students have i
adapt to the high perfor- back-up and directional signal won honors in the national contest I New Home
( mance engine and retains its lamps which operate in con-
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Oldsmobile's new medium priced sports car for 1964, Jetstar I, features 1964. I' .
I sharp, sculptured styling with roof design similar to the Starfire coupe.
1 I Powered by Oldsmobile's 345-horsepow Starfire engine, the Jetstar I is II III
equipped with a new chambered dual exhaust system.

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Oldsmobile this year has Oldsmobile's new medium price tinued. "Styling Is brilliant,' ," he continued, "is the 345-
I added three new models-the class sports-car, the Jetstar I, fresh and new, with the accenton horsepower, ultra-high compres-
j Jetstar 88 and Jetstar I ;and the powered by the big, powerful youthful appearance. For sion (10.5:1)) Starfire engine. 0 I
low-price F-85. Starfire engine. '64, the unmistakable, ready- "Big, powerful 394-cubic-inch J
Jack F. Wolfram, Oldsmobile "All 1964 Oldsmobiles," Wolfram to-go Oldsmobile look is appar- Rocket engines," Wolfram add-
general manager and a continued, "are designedto ent in every model, in every ed, "are standard on all Dy-
vice president of General Motors meet the most discriminating series. namic and Super 88's and 98's.
said: "The New Jetstar tastes of the buyer, with bril- "From the new Jetstars to Horsepower goes up to 330, with
; 88, lower-priced companion to liant styling and exciting performance the magnificent 98's," he added, compression ratios as high as
Oldsmobile's other famous, to appeal to the youngof "each series is highlighted by 10.25 to 1."
high performing 88's, is powered all ages." the use of specific grilles, rear Even greater performance
by the new Jetfire Rocket Wolfram said the Jetstar 88 bumpers, rear quarters, tail in Dynamic and Super 88's is OIL CO.
engine, an ultra-high compression -will be produced in a 4door lamp assemblies and the place- gained through the use of a new
j 330 cubic inch member of sedan, coupe and convertible, ment and shape of accent rear axle ratio, 2.08 to 1.
the Rocket engine family."In on a full-size Oldsmobile body trim, including newly designed Teamed with Oldsmo b ile
addition," he said, "our and a special 123-inch wheelbase rocker panel moldings. Rocket engines is the famous DISTRIBUTORS AND SUPPLIERS OF
dealers will also be showing chassis. "The new Jetstar I," Wolfram
I The car is designed Hydra Matic transmission,
for the increasing number of said, "is equipped with bucket standard equipment on 196-
"up and coming" younger fam- seats and console, and roof Starfires and 98's, and avail-
IndustryOutput ilies. It is a lighter car, fleetin styling similar to the Starfire able at extra cost on the Jet- I QUAKER STATE OIL I
\ appearance, and fleet in action coupe. star I and on Dynamic and
with its new lightweight "The Starfire has been dra- Super 88 models.
cast-iron Jetfire Rocket V-8 en- matically changed," he contin-
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in all 64 Oldsmobiles, Wol-
I "The Jetfire Rocket is a com- image. The rear roof supporting fram said, "contribute to an 916 SE 4th Street Telephone FR 2-0670 I
pletely new engine," he s aid. structure is designed to even smoother and more com-
It embodies an inverted "A" further stress the sharp, crisp fortable ride."
I Still Up cylinder block construction and lines of the concave rear win- ;
integrated manifold and engine dow. In the lower body a func-
cover for a new standard of tional engine compartment air
,, By SAM DAWSON quietness of operation. It is outstandingly outlet is placed directly behind
AP Business News Analyst smooth, due to the the front wheel opening. Inboard -
NEW YORK (AP) With rigidity of the crankcase and driving lamps are sportscar -
.. summer officially due next crankshaft. A new combustion I styled.
p. week the nation's industrial output chamber promotes instantaneous "The 98 for 1964, more distinctive -
t.' is holding reassuringly high. ignition. The cylinder and elegant than ever,"
Government statistics mostly block casting is manufactured I Wolfram said, "is the most mag-
cover only the period up to by a foundry process called nificent car Oldsmobile has
mid-May. But the news from 'hot-box coring', the first time ever produced. A new rear quar-
key sectors of industry gives Oldsmobile's adaption of this ter profile further emphasizes ;
June high billing. process has been applied to a the long, sleek look of this most :
Steel mill activity is slipping productive automotive engine. luxurious Oldsmobile series.
only slightly, with summer The new engine develops 245 "Interiors for 1964," he add- <' ,1 'If-'.',...' .
prospects better than usual. horsepower with a 10.25 to 1 ed, "are sparkling and glamour -
Auto production and sales are compression ratio. with intriguing new patterns -
continuing around record levels "The engine is teamed," Wolfram in combinations of trim
ON THE
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with another big spurt set for said, "with an entirely materials. Tailored specificallyfor
the autumn. new automatic transmission, each series, interior trims
New orders for other durable the Jetaway, consisting of an range from the smartly fashioned ,
goods are strong, promising automatic gear shift and a torque fabrics and vinyls of the
brisk activity in the factoriesfor amplifying feature which 88's to the rich looking satin I
awhile. Soft goods makersare permits extra performance with weave nylon in the elegant
looking for an advance in. out downshifting. 98's."
coming weeks and months as: "Wherever you drive with Other interior features include -I ,
the impact of the federal income the Jetaway," said Wolfram, a completely new and at- '"
tax cut spreads. "you get the same immediate tractive instrument panel. A; :
Last year saw a leveling of response because of the trans- new power console, extending NEW HOME
I i In industrial output during the. mission's automatic adjustment from the engine cowl to the'
j< summer, with the Federal Reserve to altitude and temperature rear of the front seats, is stand
/ Board's index even tak, changes." ard on the 98 Custom Sports,'
ing a slight dip, leading the, The Jetaway automatic, and Coupe, the new Jetstar I, and I
cautious to wonder if the business ., 3 and 4 speed transmissions the Starfires.
upswing was coming to a with floor controls are avail- "An industry exclusive on
halt.But able as extra-cost options. A 3- 1964 Starfires and the new Jet- J Jy J
the steady gains last fall speed column shift transmission star I," Wolfram said, "is a -i OF
and winter, and the upsurge in is standard on all Jet- newly developed chambered exhaust -
April brought the industrial out, star 88's."There. system to emphasize 'the \:
put index to an impressive high. are many other new Starfire sound of muted'

The pace was faster than pre, and wonderful things about the power. II' .' '; ;"-.
dicted at the start of the year. 1964 Oldsmobiles," Wolfram con- "Powering the new Jetstar
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months carry, or through whether the the summer usual Congratulations

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slowdowns and gains will PROVES YOUR BELIEF IN THE FUTURE I
vary widely by regions. modern new home.

coast The Southwest are counting and on the growing Pacific 3R ? GROWTH OF GAINESVILLE-WE SALUTE ; :

electronics and aerospace in-i We are happy to have contributed a ,
dustries to keep their,economy .''f I YOU. '-" ,
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trial mix in recent years, so ,
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new car, with its own Motor Company, and the man responsible for upholding this reputation are ''' '
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Oldsmobile F-85 for 1964 is a totally new year. The F-85 hat its own version of Oldsmo
uses regular grade gasolines. automobile-in styling: in engineering, in per- bile's new' Jetfire Rocket engine.A lightweight,
} The Cutlass Sports coupe and formance. Designed for maximum utility with cast-iron V-8 design, it combines exceptional ELECTRIC and BATTERY SERVICE \
Z Cutlass convertible, along with more legroom headroom and entrance room, quietness and smoothness with ruggedness and
: the newly ,introduced Cutlass the styling of the new F-85 presents a clean durability. For those buyers who are primarily
sharp image. The Deluxe station wagon shown interested in fuel economy and low price Olds
: Holiday coupe, are powered by above is one of nine F-85 models offered this mobile is also offering a new,V-6 engine.
'an ultra-high compression, 290 118 N. W. 8th AYE. PHONE 372-8581

A Z h.p. Cutlass engine, equipped

7 with a four-barrel carburetor .

I and designed for use with prem-. .

f, L ium fuels.
f' *"": "For those buyers,". he said .
"who are primarily interestedin
fuel economy and low price
Oldsmobile offers a new 155 Merchandising Certificates -- --

horsepower V-6 ,engine. With

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Two local automobile men, Staff, announced. l Action; is/-
bration, have achieved ne w Lawrence Brasington and J. J. -+- .
I standards of smoothness and Brasington, were awarded GM Berney Colgrove and Bob Wil- '.
quietness."An kins of Jacksonville G. M. of-
certificates
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of the new F-85 power the GM Training Center
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Jetaway automatic transmis Training Center in Jackson-
sion. It is newly developed and ville this week.
T. Consists of an automatic gearshift We ArePleased
t: coupled with a variable- They were two of 24 profes-i
: vane torque converter which sional automotive men from I! B&G MOTOR CO. Inc.

'- automatically increases torque GM dealerships in the Atlanta ,
output whenever it is needed.It zone who participated in the i
is immediately responsibleto one-day meeting. II I| TO HAVt BEEN
driver command does I' 2001 N.W. 13th St.
The conference they attended
wonders for the F85." i, The Painting
of 12 such seminars
was one
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being offered this to GM
year

floor manual- mounted transmission four are-optional speed- dealers, their managers and: B&G MOTORS' ""i'. '' ',., .,'-.'.!.:. ;: # ". *>','"f'".>.'v:-.>>..n.l "4 i.(\;.:...,;:},:;, 'tXl t i-4.: .:'N'; 1}'' : <' .,'... ., ,. .. .t4i{ : ;
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in standard and deluxe sedans, Professional Conferences similar I PAPER HANGING I '
to the attended Work done by experts
coupes and station wagons, a one by -
-.. Cutlass convertible, a Cutlass Lawrence and J. J. Brasington! WATERPROOFING L :
are regularly held at all 30 GM _
Sports couple, and a Cutlass I Guaranteed 4
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convertible and all F-85 sedan -damage at $2,000 to $3,000,
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cave, a styling concept first introduced the fire engine, it backfired '
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t by Oldsmobile. For the and gas was ignited under it. It I c'iQ'oez1/4't9:
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: first time in an Oldsmobile fide 920.N.W..8th, Place ? .
j windows of all F-85's are of The city then found it had no, FR 6-2758 / Grand Opening Celebration so we can give you the red
:: cun.ed'glass.. fire insurance on the fire truck.II | carpet tour through our new showroom and modern
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H tine," he noted "include roof Signs June 18,19,20 packed Oldsmobiles for '64. So stop in now you'll ;

= design, exterior trim, rear in- help make "housewarming"" a real success! And

set panels and rear windows." LEADTHEWAY ; you'll discover our new home'is where the action is! i iA
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By MIKE RATHET John Roseboro doubled home runs in and two men on but Cardinals, becoming the first

The balance of power has swung from. South Florida to Associated Press Sports Writer Tommy Davis for a 2-0 Dodger John Callison raced to the wall National Leaguer to hit for the

North Florida-this year at least-as far as.high school foot- "If some of the young kids lead in the fourth, but the in left center at Wrigley Field cycle this season. Boyer's four

ball talent Is concerned. ".'-- come through-like that young Braves closed the yap in the and made a.leap ng'one-handed hits and three runs batted in leda

Take it from coaches who should know, the happy hunting 4 Warren Spahn-I feel we. will sixth on doubles by Eddie Mathews catch of :Billy Williams long 15-bit St. Louis attack in sup-

grounds for 1964 gridders lies .in a line stretching,from. Jack- ::N: J' ..._ 4ac'. ; Have a good club." and Hank Aaron. drive. port of Curt Simmons.

sonville to Pensacola. KEN BOYER L HAD"BIG NIGHT ----- Warren Spahn said it. Willie Davis, then connected '
( ) Vada'Pinson and-Leo Cardenas Simmons, 7-5:>>, allowed only
This pronouncement brought a fast argument, from sup- Warren Spahn (R) Had Problems j Warren Spahn isn't doing it. for his two-run triple in the seventh hit two-run homers ,as the four hits, losing his shutout

porters of South Florida football as the best in the state, -, 1 The ace Milwaukee left-hand- and;wrapped.up the three- Reds built an 8-0 lead 'before when Rusty Staub homered for

high school style.A 'I er, oldest player in the majorsat run 'outburst, against Spahn by the Giants finally scored against the Colts in the eighth.

round-robin discussion at last week's Florida State z 43, showed his age again scoring on a single by Maury John Tsitouris in the seventh '
on
University clinic found FSU and UF coaches defending their Tuesday night, failing for the Wills. Drysdale' bringing his Orlando ,Cepeda's three-run Bob Veale started in place of

areas of the state and Miami coaches hot for South Floridaas J 'S sixth straight time to finish record to 9-5,' checked: the. :homer. the'ailing Bob Friend for the

still being No.1. what he started and dropping a Braves on four hits. 'Pirates, 'scattered nine hits,

In fact, one Miami coach offered to settle the discussionIn 5-1 decision to the Los Angeles John Herrnstein homered for I Pinson was the key man for struck out 12 and drove in the

this manner. He was quite willing to limit Miami's recruiting Dodgers. ,the Phillies, who scored the decisive -.the Reds, rapping a hit-and-run winning run with a single in the

to an area south of Hollywood. He is quite willing And it just may be that aftera I run in the ,fourth on a I.single in the first that set up a second inning after Bill Mazer-

I double by Tony Gonzalez, an in- run, homering in the third and oski doubled.

major league Career spanning field out and Bobby Wine's i driving in another run with a Veale tied the Pirates' single-
and
691 (
20 seasons, games ,974innings .
single in the eighth.
bunt. strikeout mark
squeeze game for the
the left arm that has
The Cubs threatened to, pullit I Ken Boyer slammed a homer, second time this season. Babe
been working effortlessly for so
tJiN out, in the seventh with two I triple double: and single for the Adams fanned 12 in 1909.
I II Wednesday, June 17, 1964 19 many years may finally be feel-

ing the strain. .
Spahn who entered organized
IN U.S. OPEN
baseball with Bradford of the :

I Pony League in 1940, showed no

signs of slowing down last yearas .
Fifth Washout he posted a 23-7 record and

to give Florida everything from Hollywood north over to. hit the 20-victory circle for the I Jack Likes SamBy

Tallahassee. And he was still willing to concede every- 13th time. But the greatest left-

thing to FSU, from the state capital west.Another hander in baseball history has
UM mentor wanted to narrow the argument even Gives Maine'sFerris been running into trouble this JIM BECKER I That was many tomato cans tournaments gets so great that

more He said why didn't Miami take all the players from season. WASHINGTON (AP) Ever ago.Snead you can almost cut a square foot

Dade Co., Florida all the players from Alachua Co. and FSU since Sam Snead buried his Is in his 24th consecutive of it right out of the air, and

all the players from Leon Co. and go from there. 355 Total his 100th tomato can full of money, : Open at the Congressional only the steel-nerved survive.

RestOMAHA Spahn has brought career people have been saying that Country Club starting Thursdayand Twice in his long career,

Area Talent Abounds victory total to 355 with five triumphs 'this is his last chance" to win there is one fellow in the Snead has thrown the Open
this season but also has field who that this is the when he had it
and
I the'U.S. Open, the one golf title says away won,
Neb (AP) Joe ris against Southern California added five losses for 221 life- that has always got away. time that the 52-year-old slammer on several other occasions he

Naturally, the good-natured banter wound up as no contest Ferris, Maine and a day of Monday. He came through with. time. Along with the mediocre could break through at might have won with a good

since neither Gator nor Seminole coaches are going to by- rain this has been the win-I a six-hit 2-1 victory, ousting the 5-5 record goes an ever more last. round here and there.

pass the lucrative Miami territory at any time in the fu- ning combination for the upset four-time champions from the unimpressive 4.32 earned run Snead's booster is Jack Nick-

ture when it comes to signing up football players.Still minded Yankee Conference tournament. average. laus the Ohio Golden Long Odds

it would appear North Florida has an edge in talent 'champions in the College World Ferris is a"6-foot-4 stringbean Spahn's latest loss was his Bear, who 24-year-old rates high the Although the odds against a

the three state schools will be vying for come next Decem- Series.A sophomore with amazing poise first to the Dodgers in more ;.. list of favorites, himself. on Snead victory are long, he has

ber. Jacksonville_ has a large number of standout players, record fifth washout in the and control but not much speed. than two years. He had won six b It is p,9, 5- +'A tt'' been producing consistent golfin

Gainesville High will produce several gridders capable of 18th NCAA baseball tournament Everything he throws "has in a row dating back to June 13, Best Chance practice. He had 70 Monday,

college scholarships, P. K. Yonge will add one or two, Tallahassee Tuesday night helped Maine i if some English on it the ball 1962. He was locked in a duel "This course gives Snead his and had three birdies on the

Leon, has several, so does Ocala. Severay of the it helped Senior' Dick moves every time," Butterfield with Don Drysdale for seven in- best chance to win in many, front nine Tuesday before he

smaller area schools have outstanding prospects this sea- Dolloff still anyone.is the starting choice explained. nings. Then Willie Davis rA many years," Nicklaus said. hacked up the back side for a

son and the Pensacola region is reported to have many fine against Missouri tonight. But Missouri will stay with Dennis smacked a key two-run triple "It calls for long drives, but 73.

players. the extra day means Ferris Musgraves, a talented sophomore and it was all over. iR v' 'h Uzi there is plenty of fairway so Nicklaus, the PGA championwho
Probably one of the top players in South Florida 'will be might be effective in short relief right-hander, as its pitching Meanwhile, the National they don't all have to be won the Open in 1962,

flashy quarterback Larry Rentz of Coral Gables. The slender against the Big Eight cham- choice. This will leave Lefty; League leading Philadelphia straight. scored 71 in practice Tuesdayand

signal-caller made a big impression in the state Class AA pions. Jack Stroud for the title game, Phillies edged the Chicago Cubs "A good long-iron player will had two straight birdies on

football playoff last year. He runs, pssses, kicks and directsin The winner of the Maine- if the Tigers beat Maine. 4-2 and moved one game in do well. And putting will not bas the back nine.

A-l order. Missouri game will meet Minne- front of the San Francisco Giants S a:? important as it is in some Palmer, who won the Masters

sota for the championship who lost to Cincinnati 94. other tournaments, because and wants the Open as the sec

1 \ May Get a Dozen r Thursday night. UF PlayersTest Elsewhere, St. Louis snapped a many players in the field won't ond leg on the pro granJ slam,

"You know, there's no tomorrow five-game losing streak by wal- M. ..:7i:"..- i.1f.1IIIIJV' be reaching these long holes in shot 75 Tuesday and said

Still on the topic of recruiting, one UF coach said that of at this stage of the tourna- loping Houston 7-1 and Pittsburgh ARNOLD PALMER two. When everybody is on in he was putting poorly as he

the top 35 boys in the state this year, some 15 likely won't ment," said Jack Butterfield, RuggedNCAA edged the New York Mets two, it's a putting contest. was before the Masters start

have the grades necessary to enter either here or FSU Maine coach. "Dolloff is our 21. Top Contestant "You put all that together and ed.

Of the remaining 20, Georgia Tech, the service academiesand most experienced pitcher. He's Foes J it pretty well describes Snead's !

isolated schools may get 5-8. The Gators hope to corralat .the strongest, has the best fastball game, doesn't it?" *- .*

least a dozen "blue chips" of the original and the best stuff. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo Hattonal 1 1 1 Of course, it also describes

One tackle, 6-5, 258. pounds and able to run the 50-yard Control Problems (AP) Match play got underway Nicklaus' game, too. And Arnie Out

dash in 5.8 seconds, a prime prospect, is a victim of the "But he sometimes has control today in the 67th annual Arnold Palmer's. And almost

classroom. UF coaches have shed many a tear over this. problems. This is why we NCAA golf tournament wit h ST. LOUIS HOUSTON Night Gama nobody else's.

The gridder, from a North Florida school, was felt to have took him out of rotation in the most eyes on Jerry Potter, Miami a brh III ab r II III NEW YORK brhbi PITTSBURGH all,,, III Of Change
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the capabilities of becoming one of the finest college linemen last part of the season." Fla. senior who won mei Brock Flood ef rf 5120 3120 Roberts Ib 4000 Hickman el 4 0 0 0 Schofield u 3 0 1 0 Main Objects
M. White ef 4 0 0 0 Kran'pool 1b 5 1 2 0 Bailey 3b 4000 Nicklaus and Palmer, as usu-
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Maine's 4-2 of Arizona Potter fired a three-under-pai Boyer 3b Aspro'nta 3b 3 0 1 Chr't'pher it 4 0 2 0 Stargell UHf 3 0 1 1 al, are the main objects of attention -
Anothr school brought up the fact that it had signed upset Skinner If 4100 0 C. Smith 3b 5000 Lynch If 3000 Bonaire Arnold Palmer golf'sall.time
a big tackle-hopefully. The coach of this school said that State 'Saturday, saved by Fer- 7 -9-1139 for 36 holes of quali Warwick Groat U If 5020 1000 Staub Kasko rf ss 311.00 0 Can'zaro c 2011 ridn Ib 0 0 0 0 among the field of 150 ,winner

their best hope for the youth in the future is to put a Santa ris' 2 1-2 shutout relief innings. fying play Monday and Tuesday Buchek: pr-ss 0000 Grot Bruce e p 3010 100 0 I Samuel R. ss 3000:4010 Virdon Mazer's ef Sb 3000 3 1 1 0 who start teeing off at 6:45 leading money ,

Claus suit on him for Christmas parties. That's how bad II Another rainout Sunday enabled setting the pace for 64 qualifiers !- Javier McCarver 2b e 5 4230 01 1 Larsen p 1 0 0 0 SmithIf 1000 Veal Pagllironl c 4011 2 0 0 0 a.m. EST Thursday over ther,053yard 'was temporarily embarrassed
Fisher 2000 p when he went out to
0 0Tot.11 p Tuesday
Fox
4000 ph
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the selection turned out. Butterfield to start Fer- among the 246 college golf- Simmons p 41 7 15 S Totals 211 01 Kanehl ph 1000
I Bearnarth pOOOO :practice for the National Open
030 n.-' The course is the longest ever
ers.For st. Louis 001 Totals 34111 Totals 21212Now .
the seventh time in nine Houston .-. GOO 000 *ao-' York ................. 100 100 ao -l used for the Open, but it is par Tournament.
years, Houston University won E-M. White. Roberts Crete. DP-St. Pittsburgh :................ Ill.OOP C2 70. He didn't have 65 cents in his
Louis 112B
Houston 1. LOB-St.
Umpires Plan Conference team honors with a score of 580, louis Houston 2. .. E-Schofleld, Stargell, Samuel Mazero- After another 18 holes Friday, .pocket to pay for a bucket of
Javier Groat. E-BdVer. ski. DP-New York 1.New Pittsburgh 1, LOB-
seven strokes better than defending -Brock.-Boyer HR-Boyer (10) Staub (2). SB- York 13. Pittsburgh 4. the field is trimmed to the low 'practice balls.

champion Oklahoma Javier 2. Brock. 1PSlmH R. ERIISO 25Mazeroski.ta IP H R. ER BB SO 50 and ties. There are 36 holes Failing to float a quick loan,
State. 7-5 4' 4 Fisher U 4-5 ....'7 4 2 2 0 1 on Saturday.
With Executive CommitteeJ. Bruce.Simmons L. F-W. ....::5 1 4 3 1 0 Bearnarth ......;. 1 0 0 0 0 1 :Palmer turned to a large gallery -
Marty Fleckman, who lee Larsen .......... 22-3 4 3 2 0 4 Veale W N--- f t 1 0 5 12 That's the day when the pres- and said:
Houston's top four players with Yellen ......... -, 0 0 0 \ 0 HBP-By Fisher (Schofield Pagllaronl) sure in this biggest of all golf .
Jones ..........i 1 0 0 T-2:11. A-7,117. "Anybody got change for a
71-70-11141, trailed Potter for in- HBP-Simmons (Bond). T-2:33. A- $100 bin?"
By JERRY USKA Star baseball game in New Reynolds, disclosed at a news dividual honors. 2,383..
All he got was a loud guffaw.
CHICAGO (AP-The threat- York. conference: Today's pairings, with play- PHILADELPHIA abrhbl CHICAGO abrhbl

ened strike of National League The two sides will considerthe 1. That Giles, in behalf of the ers' qualifying score include: Taylor 2b 4070 A'lfitano 2b 5010 Junior Tourney
Herrnsf If 31 1 1 Rodgers ss 2 01 0
umpires. on July 3 has faded and umpires' demand for in- National League, requested that Marvin Giles, Georgia, 142, vs. Callison rf 4' 0 0 Gabfion ph 0 0 0 0 ,

more than half of the 20 dissat- creasing from $200 to, $300 a all of the umpire association officers Richard Leckey, Florida, 151. Gonzalez Allen 3b d 4010 4 1 1 0 Williams McDanlel: & p If 1000 3000 .

isfied arbiters will call them as :year their pension for each yearof plus the National League Jerry Potter University of Slivers Ib 3120 0100 Santo Banks 3b Ib 3000 4010Dalrympie In 2nd Round MAJOR i j

they see them in a July 6 pension service. three-man crew working the tfiami-129, vs. Laurie Hammer, Amaro pr-lb c 3 0 l Cowan ef 4110 e

.peace parley in New York. I On May 26, the association All-Star game, meet with the Florida, 150. wine Bennett ss pCovington 30 00Clemeens 0.3000 0 0 LEAGUE
the National NL President Warren NL Executive Committee 6. Paul Des Jardins, Miami, 145, phlOOOOttrf 4110Jackson I
The squabble by rejected July '
Paul Loveless UCLA 151. p 2000 CAPE CORAL (AP-The sec- under par, and one better than LEADERS
League Umpire Association tooka Giles' offer of a $250 pension 2. That, pending this parley, vs. Totals 31 4 t 4 Ste'rt Totals ph-ss M 2011 1 1 2 ond round of the Southwest Walter Brittle of Hollywood and:

temperate twist Tuesday compromise and set July 3 as the umpires "suspended" their Philadelphia ............. .11 100 011--4 Florida Junior Golf Tournamentgets I Rod McClain of Miami Shores.
when its Chicago attorney said deadline for "appropriate action July 3 terminal date for nego- Local Legion Cllicege ................... 1001012052EAmaHdano under way today with 16- Third in the over-all Batting AMERICAN(125 at bats LEAGUE) Fregost: Los ,
11 men in blue would confer ," generally interpreted as tiations. 2.. DP Chicago 2. compe- A/tOele JiS; Oltva, Minnesota 352. '
1 OB-Philadelphia 5. Chicago t. year-old George Siconolfi>of MI- tition was Allen Miller of Pensa- Runs Allison, Minnesota 45; Ollva :
1 with the league executive committee a walkout. 3. That the conclusions of the 2a-D.lrymplt. Gonzalez Taylor Ott Minnesota 44. '
I Team'Vinner HRHermstein.Dalrymple, WIN.IP ami the leader by one stroke.He cola at 71. Robert Geary of Sar- Rims batted In Stuart, Boston and !i
the..day, before theJdl-, The umpires' John NL Executive Committee composed -
attorney
H R ERIISSO carded a 69 Tuesday, three asota Bob Jewett of Fort Wagner, Cleveland 48.
My-
of John Holland of the Bennett W, M ... 4 1-3 4 2 2 2 4 Hits Olive Minnesota 04j Hint on, I
Roebuck 'N' 1 0 3 0 ers and Horace Homer of Pen- rashington 00.
DELAND The Gainesville
1 ] Chicago Cubs, Bill DeWitt of the Baldschun 1 0 0 0 0 J Doubles Bretsoud Boston, U; H1n.t I
American Legion team: gained JacksOn U .-3 ... 7 1 3 3 3 2 sacola fired 72s. on, Washington 15.
Cincinnati Reds and John Mc- McDanlel 2 2 1 1 0 2 nas'Appeal Triples YaftrzemskL Boston MoAutlfft > f
1 t Hale of the Milwaukee Braves-I a 12-2 win over DeLand last T-2:37. A-4.744. Jack'MoI The over-all girl's lead was Detroit. and Versaiies Minnesota i!
night for its first victory of the shared by Linda Morris of Or- 5. i
will be reported to a full National Night Camt Horn ruM Kltlebrew, Minnesota
season in three starts. CINCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO IsOverruled lando and Tammy Bowman of 20; Allison Minnesota..
League meeting prior to abrhbl aarbbl Stolen. bases Apa clQ. Baltimore,
15. Seven runs in the second in- Klaus 2b 5320 Hitler 2b :3110 Jacksonville. They shot 80s in 31, Devalllto 10. I,
Aug. ning made it for Gaines Harper If 5110 Mays Cf 4110 Pitching (s decisions) Ford. New I
4. That if the executive com easy Pinson cf 4133 McCovey If 5000 the, 72-hole tournament, being York, M, ..MB Ksalick Cleveland 7-1* i
AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE ville. Wayne Rick hurled, scattering Coleman Ib 2001 Cepeda Ib 4133 .175-
L Pet. G.B. W L Pd. G.B.I the 4000 played on the Cape Coral and ,
mittee flatly rejects umpire Jonn'n ph-lb 1100 Snider rf Strikeouts Ford New York K>
Chkag 33 21 .411 Philadelphia 33 21 M\ eight hits. Mike Gibson Hart :3b 3010 Pena. Kansas City MLNATIONAL I, .
Robinson rf 41 1 1 Fort Myers courses. Roberta AI-
Baltimore 35 23 ..*OJ San Francisco 44 34 JM 1 pitch for the $300 yearly pension led the visitors with four hits Edwards e 21 1 1 Haller c 3000 NEW YORK (AP-Jack Mo-
York 3) n MO K Cincinnati 31 34 .544 3Vt bers of and Rhonda
New 2000 Tampa LEAGUE
Cardenas u 11 2 2 Pagan ss linas. convicted basketball briber
we'll have to decide
Minnesota 32 Z7 J4J 3V* Pittsburgh 30 27 .524 44! setup our three singles and a double. Jim Bores 35: 4010 Kuem ph 1000 Batting (125 at bats) Williams !
Cleveland 21 27 JOf m Milwaukee 30 2f .508 5V* next step." Tsitouris 9 3000 Sanford p'2000 had the sympathy of a New Glenn of Lake Worth shot 81s. !0I1aGQ, J77/ Mays,. San Francisco
Boston 30 30 .500 a Los Angeles 2* 30 .492 t* Culpepper had two hits, both 111IJ.Aloupli 1000 I
Detroit 25 31 .444 t Chicago 27 28 .41 4V*' The National League Umpires singles. Duren p Peterson pn 0 1 0 0 York State Supreme Court Appellate Here are the leaders in the In- .I Rims Mays,. San Francisco Hj i
Washington' 77 36 .42 1cr.' St. Louis 2t 31 .483 7 Totals 2S f 1H Totals 32 4 t 3 Williams Chicago 41.
Los Angeles 25 37 .402 12 Houston 21 33..sf II* Association has no counterpartin Gibson is batting.500 for three Division today but no dividual age groups: I Runs batted In Mays. San Francisco I
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Kansas City Ytstvd'Y'I ltesul1l 22 36 .371 13 New York It 41 .3)7 17 the American League, whose games. Cincinnati 5.. Francisco' ._"_...__.".. aoa aoa 311-4 reduction of his 10-to-15-year Eddie Wilson of Fort Myers, 92 I Hits 41; -Boyer.Williams St. Louis Chicago.44. Ill Clamente -

Boston 45. New York 5-7 Yesterdays Results umpires this spring got a boost Gainesville will host Ocala E-Hart. Hiller. Klaus. DP-Cincinnati prison term. in boys 9-10; Eddie Pearce of Pittsburgh 00. .I
Chicago 5-1 Baltimore 0-3 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2 Francisco 2. LOB-Cincinnati .. Doubles WiKUfs, Chicago and
i San
Kansas City.7-4. Detroit 4-8 Pittsburgh 2, New York 1 from $150 to $250 yearly in their Friday night and will play Fer- San Francisco 11 The court upheld Molinas'conviction Tampa, 79, in boys 11-12; Paul I.temente, Pittsburgh.
Cleveland 5. Minnesota 3 Los Angeles S. Milwaukee 1 2S-Klaus (2). Bores. Robinson. HR- but added Triples Santo. Chicago. 4; W.
Los Angeles 7. Washington 5. 11T.day's St. Louis 7. Houston 1 pension plan. nandina Saturday, both. gamesat Pinson (IU Cardenas (J), Cepeda (I). Tuesday Whitfield of Vero Beach, 78, in Davis' Los Angeles CalillOlPili"
toning .- Cincinnati f. San Francisco 4 Harris Field. IF-Coleman, Edwards.. that it considered his sentence boys 13-14; Siconolfi, in boys 15- delphia Mays San Francisco andBeyer
Games
Tadays Games IP H. ER BI SO St. Lewis 9.
Chicago (Bvihartt M at Baltimore Cincinnati (Nuxhall M at San Fro sitourts, W 34 i 1-3 2 2 J 7 7 "unnecessarily excessive. The 16; Brittle in boys 17-18; Bill Home new Mays, San Francisco
(Bunker "2)r night cbco (Bolin 1-2 or Perry 3-2) FroehlingWins G..II DslarNabrb Duran _.._....2 1 1' 5 1Jay Columbia and II; WHIIams. Chicago U.
Boston (Wilson e-2) at New York. Philadelphia (Burning "2) at Chicago abrb .............. 2-9 0000 former University Ziegler of Orangeburg. S. C., 80, Stole bites WUI, Lea Aftot.....
(Downing 2.2) Buhl 73)Milwaukee Gibson u 511 Robinon Z2t 410Eckdahl Sanford. U 4-7 ... AWacKenzIa 7 5442 professional star was found in 19-20. 22, Harper CincinnatI. 13
Kansas City (Pena '-.5)) at Detroit. (Lemr (WickershamS). nightMnnesota 104). night c 411 Lecher u 412Roberti ...., l 1 guilty in Febrary 1963 of conspiracy Jane Fassinger of New Wilm- ton, 1-1, JOt .Marietta!, San Francisco,
'(Pascual f-2 and Roland St Louis (Washburn 2-) at Houston MatchLONDON rt 411J. Gill C1J 41 1Hipp w. Pa-EdWardS. T-9:11. tf800, '
t-4) at Cleveland (Rames 3-1 and McDowell (Johnson 5-5). night 2tt 4 2. K. Gill Cf illSim'ns A-13.)11. three counts of briberyand ington, Pa., 33, in girls 10-12; Strkaouts Drysdale. .. Los Argues",
34) twW fight doubleheaderLos / New York (Stallard 4-7) at Pittsburgh :3b 331 HocUday If 201Culpepper subordination ofperjury 0$; Vaak. Pittsburgh fsT
attempted Bowman in 13-15 Morrisin ,
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Coral Gables defeated akrhbl aftrhH
Kansas City at Detroit San Francisco at at St. Louis. NPhfad.lphia of d 111 Teal rt 2 0 0 ClIne Ib 411 o W. Davis d 41 12 'Molinas.appeal was overruled son of Fernanda Beach. 95, in Tym Drops
Chicago at Baltimore N Chicago Ron Holmberg of Brooklyn, N.Y. lUck p 411 McNeely rt ill -
New Mathews :3b 11 1 0 WUIs ss 4011 because the court said investigation
York at
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Boston at New York. N Dertvss p 111Tinian Aaron rf 4111 girls .
Parker Ib-rf 4110May
scheduled) (Only games scheduled) 7-5:>>, 3-6, W, to go into the third C 210Y .
(Only games H 413 IT. Davis If 41 1 0 showed the former' player NCAA MatchEAST
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Ft.Lakelandpaytona Laudardala' 3523.5133 35 H '.414 M Syracusa 2t 22 jut sv JVJ* non Renew pft. 10 I o Grtftm 3b 3000WoodWd operation,which corrupted the Bonus Pitcher I Tym of the University of Florida
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Beach' 32 "J4 JS2 4* Rochester- 29 21 23 H'om J4f 4yBuffib 5V* One of Florida's top: woman Sign Spate p 2b 2000 Drysdalo p2155 players who ,participated lost a second-round match
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Miami Orlando 2337.31314 1* 3f :ja.'u' Atlanta. U :u.at. IfYettardayt Hollywood, _won over Trudy Bonus Baby ............... tat an -- which they,atteaded." Boston Red Sgc signed Candy tourney here to second-seeded
yest..ra Results: lit. RewRs froenman of the Netherlands 6- 1M AgYas .............. 1.Hit 3a-l Three other'mea also were"involved Robinson 21-year-old Grambling Marty Riessen of Northwestern.
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Buffalo f3. Columbus 2-1 .
Miami tarasota Ib 4-2.Tampa Odando 1 !.*. -. Rochester 5-2 Atlanta 3-1 2, 6-4 Tuesday and,also movedto GREELEY, Colo. (AP-Mike .E--Seann Milwaukee, Wills.3. OP Los-'Los Angeles Angeles 3., 1..OB in theca :-Joseph Hack- rigbt-haBder to a bonus contract Riessen won by 6-3, 8-6 in one

Lakeland St. Petersburg Fort Oaytona Lauderdale Beach 7, lit- Richmond 2.* .Toronto. Syracuse tJackaonviN 5TtaHy third round play. Kelley, Colorado State College 2O-Roseboro.2., Mathew Aaron." 38- en, Joseph 'Greea1 and Aaron Tuesday. ,_ of the day's standout matches. :-
Davis.
,Tetfeys,oataat Toronto_ ....... ., Miami Beach's Mike Belkin first baseman and catcher, w.. IP H. EftBBSOtpahv Wantq received sentences Robiason 21, signed for abe Top-seeded Denny Ralston of
at Richmond ;
Mi.mI.t Lahaiand -*> -r I (2). I ... 5.1'.7" 4, S 4 ,3 2
FDA Lwdsr sl.Tampa. to" : Buffalo at Columbus. X lost to a Canadian, Francis God- signed a boles contract Tuesday mirth ,...,.....1 I O I 1 fMI IIC". -fnHB'-tIRe. 'to_ eigbt as' believed to be about ,Southern California is defending
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-!b. A lA's Surge On With McGaha at HelmBy



MURRAY CRASS 'shortstop Wayne Causey and McGaha's contract. Diego Segul sent three of the header, four In the second-game

i Associated Press Sports Writer pitchers Orlando Pena and John Elsewhere in the American runs across with a bases-loaded victory. Included was a two-run

I!, Now that Mel McGaha has I Wyatt for "the outstanding job League Tuesday night Chicago double. He had a two-hitter until -homer in the fifth. Tom Tresh

j gotten a rise out of the Kansas they have been doing." maintained its slim hold on first the ninth when the Tigers batted in the other three runs, )

w I City Athletics, will he get a place by splitting'with Baltimore -scored three times.

4 raise from Charles Finley? AmazingIf the White Sox winning the Bill Freehan, who homered In two on a homer in the seventh.

;' 3KrlAr AcNv ( I McCaha, who succeeded Eddie their jobs have been out first 5-0 and losing the second the fourth, singled home two Their hitting brought Whitey

I Lopat as manager, has been standing, McGaha's based on 31. runs in the inning. Ford his ninth straight triumph

; } irihlAS "6n on the job only five days, but in Kansas City standards has Other Games Three Hits since losing on opening day.

that time the Athletics have been assumed amazing. When he New York outlasted Boston Juan Pizarro limited the Ori- Frank Malzone's two-run homo
control of the Athleticslast
compiled a five-game winning 7-5 after decision oles to'three hits all in
dropping a 6-5 singles, the
week, McGaha said he er in the eighth inning won
streak after the first
losing tinder Cleveland Minnesota the first He received
I. outslugged game. Red Sox. He ;
I planned nothing drastic.A opener for the connected
their field boss.
new 5-3 and Los Angeles got by home run support from Pete after Jim Bouton walked

The surging A's stormed to five-game Athletics winning Washington 7-5 in 10 innings. Ward in the sixth and Floyd Ed Bressoud drovein
Dick Stuart.
I vithin one game of ninth placein streak isn't drastic; it's down Bill Bryan propelled the Athletics -Robinson in the seventh. The
for Boston
Pictured above are members of the Panthers team in the Jaycee Buddy the American League Tues- right shocking. The flurry marks to their second-game tri- victory was Pizarro's eighth two runs one on
homer.
Baseball League at the Boys' Club. In first row (L-R) are Jimmy Lindsey, day night, whipping Detroit 7-4 the first time since last July umph, driving in five runs with against three defeats. a second-inning homered in the eighth Roger for

I Mike Martin, Bill Crosby Dan Boothby, Wayne Beckwith, John Braun, Billy and 6-0. Kansas City has won more than two homers.He connected with Steve Barber came back and Maris

Asbell, Mark Godwin, George Cooper and Tom Crawford. Back row (L-R) are The double victory came three in a row. At, that time, one on in, the fourth and with checked the White Sox on four New York.

Jim Stringfellow, Gus Melchert, Ronnie Melchert, Steve Kittles,. Bruce Clark, hours after Finley announced he the string also ran to five. two on in the ninth. Ted Bows- hits in the nightcap. Barber The Angels also won with a

Burton Turner, Mark Scarbrough, Ken Casey, Jimmy Merchant and Norm had ripped up contracts of three If, the present streak is ex field, scattering eight hits became brought his.record to 3-3, pitch- home run. Ed Kirkpatrick connected

I Farmer. players and given them raises. tended to six tonight in Detroit, the first pitcher to shut ing his first complete game this I with one on in the 10th

I The Kansas City owner cited Finley may take another look at out the Tigers this season. season. He also drove in Balti' after relief pitcher Ron Kline

Kansas City scored six runs more's third run. 'committed an error with two ,

Budweiser after two were out in the fourth Joe Pepitone knocked in six'out John Kennedy homered for :

PHONE TODAY fltJ1p; I'a I inning of the opener. Pitcher, runs in the Yankees' double- i Washington.

Schlitz Win

Night Game Night"Game
BuffalosRebels Pioneers
MINNESOTA CLEVELAND LOS ANGELES WASHINGTON
FOR HOME DELIVERYOF GamesBudweiser brfebi I abrhU abrhbl ab r h bi ,
I City Versalles ss 5 0 1 0 Howser ss 4000 Piersall cf 5110 Brinkman ss 5 1 2 0 s s .
Oliva rf 5110 Davalillo cf 4 0 1 0 Power lb 5110 Kennedy 3b :3111 I
Rollins 3b 5121 Wagner If 4111 Fregosl ss 4111 Hinton If 3211
notched a 3-1 Allison Ib 3010 Romano e 3210 Smith rf 4311 Skowron lb>> 4011
THEGAINESVILLE Hall Cf 4011 ANIs 3b 4000 Klrkpatr'k If 41 3 3 Lock rf-cf 4000 Win in Salt and
win over Guy Cleveland Con- Battey e :3000 Chance Ib 2112 Rodgers c 5011 Hunt cf 1000 Jets PepperSalt
struction Co. and Schlitz Beer Kostro If 4131: Francona Ib 0 0 0 0 Koppe 3b 3000 V't tine ph-rf 2000
Klndall 2b 2000 Brown b2 4011 Knoop 2b 4000 Brumley c 5021
spilled Gainesville Wings 4-1 in Stigman p 4010 Held rf 2111 Meyer p 0000 Cottier 2b 1000
Krallck p 3000 D. Lee p 1000 Blas'e ph-2b 2 0 0 0 and Pepper League 'action -els Bob Shgkton! and Mark Club. Outstanding players included
City League softball games at Totals 351111 Totals 30 S 6 S Pearson ph 1000 Daniels p 0000 ;

SUN City Park last night. I Minnesota .............. 001 lit 10-J Green Adcock ph ph 1010 1000 Koch Phillips p ph 3110 1000 yesterday at the Boys' Club Lang, Pionee-s and Billy Aller Larry McCallum and

Bobby Barnes scattered five Cleveland ............... 001 200 12x-5 317 "Tot.l.Zimmer ph 35 1 0 II 0 0Tot.11 4 saw the Buffalos beat the Rockets and Donnie Crrst: Bears. Frank Rogers, Red Sox; Ivo

I hits for. Budweiser while his E-None. LOB-Minnesota 11, Cleveland Los Angeles' .............. 301 000 110 2-7 14-12; Rebels walloped the Rockets 2801 1-12 Rabell, Indians; Marino Diaz.

I mates made the most of three 2B-6.Kostro, Romano. HR-Chance (7). Washington ............ 101 300 ooo e-5 Raccoons 22-15; Pioneers defeated Buffalos 4108 1-14 Hamit Salahutchin, and ,Bill
Held (10), Wagner (14), Rollins (7). Kos E-Koppe, Kline. DP-Los Angeles 1, the Bears 16-10; and the Freemanand
blows win. Sneed Yanks Mike
to tro (1). SB-Davalillo. S Kmdall. SF- Washington 1. LOB-Los Angeles 5. Washington Jets rolled over the Panthers Pioneers 3125 5-16 ;

A single and two errors helped Hall. IP H R ER BI SO 11. 31.16.Outstanding. Bears 2134 0-10 Mike Holder, Orioles; Paul
Budweiser to pair of first- Stlgman, l35.. 723 6 5 5 5 6 2B-Skowron Koch Brinkman.. HR- Raccoons 4310 7-15 O'Brien and Timmy Keyes,
a SBBrumley.
Oo Klrkpatrlck (2) Kennedy (6) -
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o inning runs., The other tally Krallck. W, 7.1..9 10 3 3 4 IPB -KirkpatnckIP H R ER BI SO Duncan and Steve Witt' !Rebels 2814 7-22 Twins; and Buddy Barnes and

: .. came on two singles in the third. -Battey. T-2:51. A6649. Meyer ........... 1.3 1 1 1 2 0 !Panthers 4108 3-16 William Helton, Tigers.
I D. Lee ........... 2234 1 1 2 2 Jets; Tom Crawford and Buly
Guy Cleveland scored its run Twilight BALTIMORE Came McBride ......... 1-3 1 3 2 3 0 Asbell, Panthers; Jeff Hall and ,Jets 7465 9-31 Tigers 12003 7-13
CHICAGO Osmski .......... 2231 0 0 1 4
in the second on two singles ibrhbl abrhtl 4010 Duliba .......-.2 1 0 0 1 0 Ed Cooper, Rockets; Tom Weber The Orioles beat the Yanks Twins 14036x-14
McCraw cf :3100 Saverlne ss R. Lee, W, 2 4 ... 2 a 0 0 1 1
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and a double. Doc Phillips hada Buford 2b 4221 Cimoll rf 4010 Daniels .........0 4 3 ::1 0 a and Mike Jones, Buffalos; 14-2, Twins edged the Tigers Yanks 000020-2

I'I'11I1 double and triple for Guy Weis. R'son 2b If 0000 4 1 1 Johnson Adair 2b 2b 0000F. 4010 Kline.Koch L...4-5,............. 2 8 1 4 2 2 0 2 0::1 1 4 Scoot Stephens, Bruce Weaver, 14-13, and the Indians blastedthe Orioles 10 4 1 x-14
Cleveland and Al McIntire had Ward 3b 31 1 2 Rob'son 3b 2 0 0 0 and Lee Ennis Raccons Mike
To Order MIC NOPY. MciNTOSH Cun'ham Ib 3 0 2 1 Brandt cf 2000 Daniels faced 4 men In 1st. ; Red Sox 12-6 in Gator Red Sox 1U005-6 d
THE GAINESVILLE SUN Fritz Ashmore ii two singles. Landis cf 1000 Slebern Ib 3000 A-5,344.HBP-By R. Lee Valentine. T-3:08. Hotchkiss and John Cellon, Reb- League games at the Boys' ,Indians 2163 x-12
I Nich'VHi If 4000 Bowens If 2000 --
Bill Lester limited Wings to
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I three hits and his mates got five Martin c 4010 Pappas p 2000

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OTTER CREEK W. Gaston Jr. thal had .a pair of singles for .................. 200 002 110.-
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116. Guy Cleveland 0100000-15 LOB-Chicago 4. Baltimore 3. I
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By JACK HAND such as Philadelphia, Boston, the Garden. The big arena is Markson. "I hope we will havea

NEW YORK (AP) Boxingwill St. Louis, San Francisco, New otherwise occupied with bas- definite answer on televisionby

Life Underwriters handed but the powerful batting attack 7 -r, FI STAND ML.Pl.AY GLOG"fH'E&RIP PAH- continue at Madison Square Orleans, Cleveland, Washingtonand ketball, hockey, ice shows anda July 1."
Gainesville Shopping Center its faded before the J & F come- NEAR -fHe KI&HT: P0OTTAKg : ; Garden after Sept. 11, new tele- Pittsburgh as well as the circus during much of the With the exception of Aug. 7,
second loss of the season yes back. I 'THEN AM EXIgEJkLY vision contract or not. smaller cities. year. a date preempted for the Chicago

terday with a B5 verdict inRebel I Sudden Service Oil Co. coasted UPK/&HT 8AC.KGYVlNG. Harry Markson, managing di- Even with the current televi- "We will go ahead with a All-Star football game, there

League play at Metcalfe to a 21-4 win over First National rector of Garden boxing, said sion contract calling for fights show on the average of every will be boxing every Friday
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field. Bank in a Western fray at -- COM DOWN today he still hoped to work outa every week only about one of other week, even if we can't set through Sept.nll. After that it
The losers jumped to a 3-0 Littlewood. The winners jumpedto t SHARPLY 60 101 special network to carry the every two shows originated in up a television network," saidWilliams..Thomas is anybody's guess.
'lead in the first inning and led a 10-0 lead in the first three i OU BORDER AGiUAL ON.Y bouts on television after the cur-

4-3 going into the bottom of the innings and added eight more SKUUJWG THg- rent contract expires.
fifth. Life Underwriters scored runs in the fifth.Gainesville c g 6ALLCA'f'GH However the fact that
rf no new i I
three times to gain the win. eouwyTO Wins
Building Trades 1VI/IJ&/ rr r..cw network has been arranged
Wayne Casey had a home THE 8A5t3
since ABC said last Decemberthat
run two hits for the winners coasted to an 18-1 win over University OP THE HIU
among
while Hunt had three hits City Lions in an American it would drop boxing, indi- Williams Thomas defeatedHill's for Jones-Johnson. The winnersgot Wallace and Powers; Su gg s
for Underwriters. : contest at Finley field. Lee 't cates that there is a strong possibility Plastering 22-12, Jones- four hits, two by Mustonen, and Mustonen.Bell .
:The biggest comeback of the led the winners with four hits i 'that regular fight programs Johnson edged Tung Oil 3-2 and and the losers five.
in five tries, including a grand on television may end Tel. 570 112 3-19 24 11
day occurred in a Dixie League Bell Telephone nipped K J r k. Telephone Co. scored three
slam home John Fuller had 11."We Kirk. & Pier. 270 061 2-18 12 6
clash at Lanier. Johnson & Faris run. Sept. patrick & Pierson 19-18 in Petti- runs in the top of the seventh for
two homers for the winners and still are working on Hembree and Lyons; White and
went into the top of the sixth coat League softball games at its triumph. Hart had five hits
trailing Citizens Bank 13-7. TheJ Jenkins had a pair of hits. setting up a network for City Park last night for the winners and Visco added Fullwood, Hale, Middleton.The .

& F club pushed over seven The National League game at iI boxing" said Marksdn. "It Seven runs each in the fourth four. Stewart led Kirkpatrick &

runs for a dramatic 14-13 tri- Kirby Smith was unreported.Today's iJ would be no problem finding and sixth innings made it easy Pierson with three. I
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umph. games: s enough stations across the nation -for Williams-Thomas. Peters Wms.i hs. 303 727-22 22 6 Houston Colts were the
Three Hits National, C h est n u is vs. .4vV D 7H/5 a OR H/S Ey but we must have outletsin and Hood each had five hits Hill's 311 304-12 13 51 only National League team to

Boles collected three hits for Moose; American, Building 1Nl .JlOA. the major markets such as for the winners. Wright, Gillis, Elliot and Hood; Tuten and switch training sites this spring.

J & F, one a homer. Gassett, Trades vs. Hughes Supply; Los Angeles. New York and Long, Hester and Tuten had a Gillis. The Colts trained in Arizona
losing hurler, had three hits, Western, Plumbers Union vs. Chicago. They are musts. pair each for Hill's. Tung Oil 001 001 0- 2 5 5 last year; in Florida th is
two of them homers. R. Roberts Fire Department; Dixie, First /1a _r ctWa h&.-1'1 eexnts "Then you should have cities Three runs in the fourth won Jones-Johnson 000 300 x-3 41 spring.
Bankmen I Federal vs. Citizen's Bank; 1Gators 1-
had four hits for the
hits Rebel, Florida Pest Control vs.
nd E. Berry had three
Life Underwriters.Sudden Sign
DIXIE LEAGUE
Johnton & Faris Citizens Bank Service lit Natifal Bank

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Bryant 30 :331: Gassett p,2b 433 Slaughter Ib 522 Clayton 2b 101 high school athletes
Benz c 322 Green c 321W. Hendrix Ib 000 S.Pearson p,3b :3
Boles 1b 423 Crosby ss 400 Beard If 411 D.Pearson c 311 have signed athletic scholar-
Stokes *s :311 E. Berry 1b 423 Adams C 110 McKinley If 101
Nobles cf 3 1 0 D. Cobb rf 010 Proctor rf 211 Bonner If 100 ships with the University of
Aubrey p :310D. Berry rf 200 Wolfson rf 111 Simmons 3b 000
Denham 2b 111 Herring cf 110 Sapp 3b 331 S.Ayers rf 2 01 Florida, Gator Athletic Director
Maclean 2b 200 Foster If :301 Lea 2b 030 Hill Ib 100 announced
Graves today.
McGllvary rf 1 1 0 D. Cobb If 000 Crenshaw 2b 010 Tomlinson Ib 100 Ray
Ryals rf 010 Yates 000 Benton Ib 100
Totals 201410 Totals 21 1111 Benton Ib 100 I Varsity tennis coach Bill
Johnson A Faris 240 107-14 Hall p 000
Citizens Bank 070 4:0-13 Anderson cf 100 Potter has signed Lanny Lebosof
REBEL LEAGUE Totals 21 21. Totals 2211
Shopping Canter Ufo Underwriters Sudden Service ,JC3 JS-11 Miami Norland High School Cushion-Grip 2NllFIiL
abrh abrh 1st National Bank 001 11-4 while Gregory Beaupied of Fort
Large ss 110 Weens cf 400 AMERICAN LEAGUE
T.Ralnb'g'r 3b :31 0 S. Wilson p 2 01 U.c. Lions Building Trades Lauderdale Stranahan inked a
Stuart p :301 Bowick If 300G. abrIgjgo with Gator .
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Mead c :321 Casey Ib 41 2 Bl'ng'me 3b 3 0 0 D. Cross ss 421
D. Mead cf :311 Long ss 311 Ellis 2b 200 Strack c 431 head coach Percy Beard. HandlesFAIRLAWN
K.Ralnb'gV rf 3 0 1 Wilson c 310 Hipp rf-lb 3 0 1 Lee p-lb 544
Ferrill 000 Peppln 2b 300 Deas p-ss 301 Fuller p-lb 342
Kirby 2b 200 Duncan rf 100 Thomas lb-rf 200 Jenkins 3b 422 Swimming coach Bill Harlan
Stringer 2b 100 Ellison rf 000 Beng'ch'a ss 300 Philpot rf 401 went out-of-state to sign one of
Reveii Ib 300 Hunt 3b 333 Brill If 100 LaBeiie If 200
Cooper If 300 Davis rf 0 0 0Totals Dunckle P-c :300 Potter 2b :310 the most outstanding swimmersin
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Made Golf sae I HIGH SPRINGS Canon Godwin and Bruce; McLeod and r = winter shoes

Products took over first placein Aubel. ,
the High Springs Softball i Spurs 200 000 1-3 5 ;
league by scoring a 7-3 win I Telephone Co. 000 100 0-1 3

THE Game ONE OF THE FINEST FRESHWATER over Southeast Transformerslast I Gibson and Diedeman; Phelps when you can
EMS IS A HCLL6RAM- night as Spurs upset North and Lanier.
MITE (ALSO KNOWN BV OTHER Florida Telephone Co., 3-1.
NAMES JM VARIOUS LOCALITIES), .
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Ntn1 lork wtmr.f THE LARVA OP A DOBSON FLY. Carlon, the SE Chargers and .. L... : cool it-with
Telephone Co. all were tied for
ARTHUR DALEY FoR
By ROCK-BOTTOMED STREAMS, .
f NEW YORK Shortly before the United States Open HOOK LIVE HELLGRAMMITES IN the top spot previously with 5-1

championship tournament of 1914, Walter Hagen was forcedto THE COLLAR, OR TAIL,USING records. for
3
A FINE-WIRE HOOK TO MINIMIZE pairs
Billy Godwin hurled a three-
make an election of professions. The Philadelphia Phils INJURING BAIT. :
hitter and fanned 10 for Carlon.
offer to baseball under their ban- -
made him a tempting play ..
chose instead and the CURRENT J Joe Rice had a single and triple -' -'
ner. But the Haig golf ancient sportof Scm.1L
--- and Robert Smith had two sin-
has been the since.
cow pasture pool never same PATH OF DRIFT
The flamboyant Hagen, only 22 years old, shot a flamboyant gles for the winners. Larry $1397

68 in the opening round of the Open that year and held .... Herring had a single and dou- :
the lead to the end for the first of his many major cham- ble for Chargers.
,pionships. So it will be the golden anniversary of Sir Wal Use A FINE LEADER WITH AS Pitches, Bats
ter's historic triumph that will be celebrated at the LITTLE WEIGHT AS POSSIBLE TO Billy Gibson pitched and bat- A. Take off!h sporty'canvasrwhites,
DRIFT BAIT BUMPING ON THE _
Congressional Country Club in Washington in the next few BOTTOM. KEEP LINE TI6HT TO ted Spurs to the victory over =:_ ,Also in black or kxten greea,

days during the staging of another open, still the most cherished FEEL BUMPS AND PREVENT THE Telephone' Co. He gave only LIQUORS .: -_ Andthey'rewashabla.
.BATTS\ CLIMBING UNDER ROCKS.Pleasant. three hits and came up witha xG
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prize in golf. -- fires,12. S9S
The colorful Hagen left his stamp on the game. In many pair of singles himself.In 114 S. Main St.
respects he revolutionized it. He was the first man, ever a Monday night game, Fort Phone 372.6951 .:)

to make a million dollars from the sport and also was the Mt. White won 23-18 over Rebels for ,
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million. He its first win of the season. a'casroJEaerJoxf
first golf
to spend a gave professional a respecta-
Tomorrow night TelephoneCo. Prices Good Thru Sat. 0' ord. Cushion crepe'sofe
bility it had not known before his cyclonic arrival on the :;;
scene.It Bartley WinMt. will play Chargers and -4-= Beige,brown black}

was he who broke down the barriers that had been Rebels meet Spurs. Friday's I 4 Sizes 6.12.. 99B

placed against the pros by the deeply entrenched British Pleasant downed Mt. Carmel game will match Carlon'and S3
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aristocracy. Professionals? were required to enter golf clubs 9-3 and Bartley Temple top- Fort White.
200 32-1 7 Is
Carlon Time M.oneySAVE
through the servant's entrance. Hagen changed this caste ped Bethel AME 5-0 in Church 300 00-3 3 C. Breeze through evening fa,
system by the simple expedient of driving up to the front League games at Lincoln field Chargers a perforated leather oxford-
door in a Rolls Royce with liveried chauffeur and footman. last night. TJME HERE
sole and heeL
Who could bid him nay? To Manage Crepe
Faulkner Clark, McClellandand OPEN Brown,black?bone.

Grandiose Style Mosley had two hits each KANSAS CITY (AP) Gus 8 Mon.a.m.thru to 10 Thurs.p.m. Sizes 6'h-12s!
for Mt. Pleasant. Faulkner ho- Niarhos coach with the S599Casual
bullpen
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mered in the first. Winning Kansas City Athletics, was
on the course and off it. Only a Hagen would have dared Fri. and Sat.
address a certain member of his gallery the way he did pitchers McDonald and Mosley; named manager of the Wythe- comfortable Forty's$8.99i:
limited the losers to two hits. ville, Ga., farm club Monday.FUTURA .
on one memorable occasion. His most devoted galleryite 1; ',rei : Camp moccisins$3.99
abroad was the then Prince of Wales, later King Edward Ezell tossed a one-hitter for

VII and now the Duke of Windsor. He was standing on the Bartley Temple against Bethel -- SEAGRAMS7Crown : .irac.fF: And they're tin ideal gifts{ forFather's

green just as the Haig was about to putt. AME. The lone blow was a = Day, Just 21.
"Eddie, take out the pin," ordered Hagen. single by Jamison in the fifth y 86 Proof }

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There flair to such other had t $395 I
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shotmaking. He lived high, burned the candle at both Carmel 000 30-3 2, 5THBARCLAY'S

ends and got away with it because he was the superstarof Mt. Pleasant 620 lx-910 Above-Ground

his day. This is attested by victories in two U.S. Opens, Perry and Kinsey; McDonald,I Full SWIMMING Size POOLS 86 Srr. Bourbon _
four British Opens and four Professional Golfers Association Mosley and Ross, Faulkner. From $1149 plus -.41 GAINESVILLE
championships.He Bartley Temple 021 02-5 7 1 freight and installation I $329 SHOPPING CENTER

was a miraculous shotmaker. In one Western Open he Bethel AME 000 00-0 1Ezell SUDDEN SERVICE 5TH Open 'Til 9 A.M. Mon. thru Sot.

had one five-hole stretch where he required only 13 strokes, and Scott; Scott and Levins. OIL 6-4404 CO.

a pair of 2s and three 3s. He finished another tournamentwith .
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his 2 on the 17th. His tee shot on the short. 18th missed f .psk I Ii
the cup by six inches.

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final hole of the British Open of 1926 trailing Bobby Jones. { i
All he needed for a tie was an eagle 2. It was so impossiblethat i li i
anyone else would have made certain he insured himself I
of second place. But not Hagen. He scorned second.He 3 3I I I 1
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He Almost Made It

His drive was magnificient. He walked down the fair- 1
way and inspected the green. Ceremoniously he ordered his
caddie to remove the pin. Then he shot. The Emperor Jones
watched in fascination. 1. I

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Hagen was the finest putter of his era and matchless with
his control of his irons. If his driving was erratic, he was"
superb with his recoveries and he had the ideal disposi- I
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often said. "It's normal to make three or four bad shotsa t

round. When you make a bad shot; forget about it." He I

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Implanted fear In the hearts of his opponents, hearts that > Re ''
he constantly broke by' his skills. He dramatized everything
and therefore was the darling of the galleries.He :

could carouse all night and still break par the next day, NEW! :
although it's to be doubted that he ever did show up on the
first tee in a dinner jacket. In spite of it all he was a LIVE-ACTION} <
marvel one of the true immortals of the links. Hagen is CENTER RIB ; New Safety All-weather With Wrap-Around Tread for more Traction> Sc Stability

not expected to be at the Congressional Thursday but it will puts more' Tufsyn rubber
be his anniversary party nonetheless. on the road.NEW .

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, Guban Exiles Sending: Medicine to Homeland' As Epidemics Are Reported


MIAMI (AP) -Cuban exiles I bound packages each daily at'an dressee.Many that do, they say, sociation In Exile, said: "Re- Most of the best doctors have Cuban Health Ministry has ordered "The day before we left, 25 numerous fatal pneumonia casesin
r are reportedly sending $3,000 average $10 price.. Many others are minus some items, say 50 cently arrived physicians from fled Cuba-between 2,000 and confiscated from drugstores children entered the hospital Cuba. Formerly pneumoniadid
worth of medicine daily from!are remitted from other cities,1 pills from a vial of 100. The Cu-]Cuba tell me gastroenteritisamong 2,500. These who remain lack Examples: Streptomycin there with gastroenteritis," said not offer a serious problem
Y Miami to loved ones In Cuba because -.he added. I ban government announced recently children. has reached epidemic -medicine. Many are insufficiently sulphate" in state of decom- Mrs. Mercedes Julia de Corde- there.
of reported stories of epidemIcs Newly arrived refugees have that it would open all proportions. They say trained. Scarcity of baby foodis position clotted.", and gamma globulin, ro, who arrived last week from Dr. Vieta, former Havana
reported, virtually without exception -I packages sent from the United children die by the dozens in another problem." :! The Isle of Pines, which for- the Island south of Cuba's main- pharmaceutical manufacturer,
Exile pharmacist Conrado Fa- that medicine is scarce I States because some of them hospitals." Gastroenteritis is a An exile'organization, Cuban merly claimed to be'one of the land.A said"Cuba has reduced its med-
t \ Jardo, who made the drug esti- and disease is rife in Cuba. have contained explosives. :stomach disease. Democratic Revolutionary world's healthiest spots, was reported refugee arriving this week icine to 650 formulas.There usedto
mate, said 31 Cuban drug stores But they say many medical! Dr. Angel Vieta, vicepresi.ldent Vieta added: "The situation Workers Front, published a list affected by spread of di- from Havana, Mrs. Ofelia Do- be 25,000. Now the state
j v-- here sell an average of 10 Cuba- packages do not reach the ad- of the Cuban Medical As-!appears to be getting worse. of 36 medical items it said the sease. minguez, said there have been makes Pharmaceuticals.
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Il'More Rights for the: Individual Scruggs Says"' Reapportion. Musical GLASGOW, Scotland PuLs(AP' ) -

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-r By JAMES'lfARLOW Rights adopted in 1791-Including from unconstitutional state ac- at Incriminating himself in state All this links up with some- By ELAYNE HASTINGS also affect the smaller counties ous business, is going to 'allow
in
\ Associated Press News Analysts the Fifth Amendmenthadbeen tions. proceedings can invoke,the protection thing else which has been one "The United States Supreme through tax returns, he said. singing pubs.
' I WASHINGTON (AP)-In two insisted upon by the statesas But as late as 1947 the court of the Fifth Amendment. of the oddities of the American Court in its Monday decision is Returns from parimutual bet- City magistrates Tuesday'
I} I tremendous decisions this week protection for them and their vas ruling that the, Fifth Brennan said: such a personis legal system.. This involves a infringing on our God given ting are now apportioned I proved 123 applications for pub
t the Supreme Court broadenedits citizens against the powerful, Amendment's protection against not only protected by the man who might have committedboth equally among the various coun- music licenses the first they
l protection of individuals central,.federal government.For self-incrimination applied onlyto Fifth Amendment from self-in- a state and federal offense. rights to choose, warned Attorney ties."Small have issued. Those who prefer
L. still
Sigsbee Scruggs at the scotch in silence can
I against self-incrimination when witnesses in federal proceed- crimination but by the 14th's I counties such as my their
For some reason of its own a Kiwanis lunch- in than 1,000
t in trouble with either the federal more than 100 years the ings, not to those in states. guarantee that 'he can't be deprived University City home county of Liberty could seek refuge more
1'1 or state governments. Supreme Court reasoned this States, therefore, could suit of liberty without "dueprocess" state, perhaps to nail some other -eon yesterday. not exist without this money," non-musical pubs.4f .
,It ruled: Bill of Rights applied to the fed- themselves in this field.On'Monday of law. I offenders, could promise him 'It's not the British that are Scruggs added. "Small counties
f 'I 1. The Constitution's Fifth eral government only, not to the the court reversed Brennan noted that ,the court.immunity against prosecution in coming," he added. "This time have to have roads too, so that The IdealRemembcranct
state court if he testified. But
Amendment protection-that a states, although the 14th Amend- itself, cutting a new path, witha had gradually been leading up a it's the Federalists." travelers can get to the big I
witness can refuse to give evi.j ment had been added to the neat overlapping of the Fifth to this historic point ever since -the federal government, which counties." I
I dence he fears might incrim- Constitution in 1868. and 14th amendments. Justice the 1930s in a series of decisions bad promised him nothing, Scruggs asked, "Are you going For. .
I inate him-applies to both state This amend- William J. Brennan wrote thecourt's which ruled out conviction of could then use his state court back to. sleep or getting Scruggs urged Kiwanians "as I' Shut-Ins
testimony to prosecute him in a your duty as citizens" to "get
and! federal proceedings. ment, adopted opinion.It persons who had been coerced your gun?
t aftAnalysIs: federal court. out your guns" by writing senators -
.j I 2. Testimony of a witness three years said a witness who balks into confessing crimes. Scruggs emphasized that the and "This CREVASSE FLORIST
er the Civil What The As late 1944 the representatives. I SE Hawthorne Rd.
immunity from as Supreme 2015
promised pros- .
War, ruling that the seats in both must be done at the grassroots I
was inNews
ecution by a state if he does Court ruled the federal govern- houses of state legislatures must ," he concluded. I Phone FR 62514RESTAURANT
cannot tended to pro1leans ment could do this. This week
testify in a state court be
now apportioned on a population -
tect citizens, at
then be used to prosecute him ReapportionmentIs the court reversed this previous basis would mean almost
in a federal court, and vice that time partic- 'decision and laid down a flat
: ularly Negroes, from encroach- total domination and power 1 FEATURE(
rule for all such in the
\ versa. problems shift to the five
ment on the states.It large metropolitan -
The Constitution's Bill offi Must-Burns future. counties. WEDNESDAY
said in part: "No state shall a Justice Arthur J. Goldberg
make or enforce any law which wrote the which said This population should could SOUTHERN
JI I. ''JoC. MAY I Il opinion
fi shall abridge the privileges or JACKSONVILLE. (AP) The Gov. Bryant said he would not there is no justification for per-
l 1I [N {!JUNml immunities of citizens of the legislative reapportion m e n t comment until he had studiedthe mitting a: man to be prosecuted Flood TollHYDERABAD FRIED CHICKEN
., United States; nor shall any question in Florida is one ot opinion. But he said he for giving testimony which was
I '. Auto state deprive any person of life, "when" and not "if" said Hay- would hesitate to call a special supposed to make him immuneto West Pakistan KVED WITH 2 VEGETABLES. HOT'ROU* AND BUTTE!
x liberty or property without due Burns the Democratic legislative session unless the
Home, don ,. prosecution. (AP) -Flood waters from a
f process of law. nominee for governor. courts ruled the present appar- week of wind and rain :
tIn severe ALL
AA Goldberg wrote: "We hold YOU':
,'I Business short, national citizenshipwas Burns said Tuesday the U. S. tionment illegal. A suit is be- that the constitutional privilege storms coursed through the Hy i
x life paramount to state citizen- Supreme Court's ruling that fore the Supreme Court. against self-incrimination (the derabad region today. More
but the state legislatures must be apportioned than.250 were known dead, but CAN 11'ij&'P
1 215 N.C. ship. Eventually slowly Burns said he was surprisedat Fifth Amendment) protects a
basis
>,,. A 1st Street court began to overlap the 14th i on a population Florida the ruling since the U. S. Con- state witness against incrimination communications were still out'inmany
I both houses left
in' no
K FR 2-3576 I Amendment with parts of the choice."I cress is divided with the Senate under federal as well as areas.Thousands.
t Bill of Rights to protect citizens II would observe that a special by geography districts and the I state law and a federal witness i of homes were & !
; session between now and November house by population. against incrimination under flattened and more than 60,000

I i would be ill-advised because Burns id it.was possible that I state as well as federal law." cattle destroyed. I

of the number of those Florida might want to consider:
(legislators who) are lame a unicameral (one representative '
r ducks. ,The matter of one be- body) Legislature and also M I
( tween then and January 5 is up other constitutional revision.Florida's KB 110'
to Gov. Bryant Burns said. doc\OJ.\
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CONDITION NOW! stitution amendments aimed to the U. S. Con- ; : !) ;
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create a "court of the union" ? OJ! t a I .
from among the states which L WfLWoXot.W
could overrule the SupremeCourt. Bo J.btill J o.o.t I

BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES fI\,8.\V A1-L'f> (9MJJJ.'C
LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDA w -
Secretary of State Tom Adams
end ONLY Authorized.Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We said M lw .uk:
history provides for bicameral 'b"W.o.. ,
Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditionersa legislatures, which serve as E '\ ) .)&. o.UJ fJ Jtour -rL i a e..u1 >o -
first class unit with good prices. systems of checks and balancesin op v WJ.\
the law making processes.But j.jJJ cWJll c + -1 / ou
COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. such legislatures should not &yWS1 o.u.tW

We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. be selected purely on population, Aow w jPJ.L AJ 1 :'" ) N'V '

V WE.'SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL he said. I 1 o.MoJ1\ A.Ou.., b.-1.L.u-uv lJ

An influential member of the \ & '
4' e Mounted.All units are Flush NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered Legislature advised against hold- 'a L 1 ..AAo.W\ A39 ft1ILf4 45 '
ing a special session to J..L
BTU Sq. Removal Price reapportion. ,
t t Rating Amps Volts n. pts. hr. of Unit a ,cc w-kw"
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Thermostat
.Controlled. 4.500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88 Rep. George Stone of Escam- (0 p g .o-ue kt9 .wo.AJ %
5,000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97 daiQ.aku 11A.uf o0A
bia
County; who has laid claimto ,
e 1-2-3 Speed Fan 6,200 7V2 115 875 1.1 152.50 the 1967 speakership, said a : ;;t, Xwo
Slide-out Chassis 10.000 12 230 375 2.75 181.97 D .'.
special session would not "
14.000 12 230 610 4.6 199.97 ac- jjxk 1.u)
complish \k ]
eAIIC.rtifiedNEMA 15.000 11.6 2aO 920 4 215.00 anything."I .. \\ 11. JLLAJll
CN-1 Rated.
16.500. 13.5 _230 1,000 4.5 225.00 don't think any plan that 41O\url-.9 c d1f

.e Delivery Prices. include I.Yeu': 17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00 the federal courts would take ll .tuX UA /'WfI.LJuu.o JJV
Service on Parts & 19.000 13.6 230 1.160 5.3 263.97 would be approved by the leg- A.lw ,4. uiA .
Labor and 5 Years 20,000 14.3 230 1.190 6.4 266.75 islature," he said. Wo..W J W.-
Warranty on SealedRefrigeration 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50 } .::' \ J..WAq,
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I Systems.GAINESVILIE'S Whatever reapportionment results 1r.d1..t\.o; *
in Florida from the Supreme 'U A khUAbo w or
HM\\
LOWEST PRICES LOW INSTALLATION COST Court decision, will in the )u.cua. .Leur t acux,.
opinion of the ,state Democratic .k ,
Chairman Warren GOod- .
Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window thru Wall Y .W.9} J.-9y' OO
or $22.50 rich, add to the numbers of \ .

10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGES Democrats in the Legislature if r--",
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1 anything. "RX5
Goodrich of Bradenton said at ,_ iilil i
We Sell and Install a conference "it will give'
Central ( B. Bohannon Jr the press populous places! more repre-.I. 0o : ; ., ; :WJ. I

Air Conditioning sentation. I don't think that .s. .\. oJJ. wcQ O
and Mutiny Including all duct means any Republican gains,ex-
WO.Call vi tor tree estimates. cept possibly in Pinellas Coun-
S.E. 7th St. fir 8th Ave. Phone FR 2-9561 ty. The net result probably will 1
be favorable to Demorra- oCOMFORT
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"::1, Economy[ Reports Make LBJ Happ;; Road Projects OK;



; Show Income, Profits, Production Up

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lJ WASHINGTON (AP)) The change Commission and the' -The Federal Reserve Board steel was near last year's-- Mean $4 Million : .

capital was abloom'today with Federal Trade Commission reported -reported that industrial produc- -The Federal Construction

rosy reports on the nation's the profits of manufac- tion increased in.,May for the Service reports the nation is was the ap-
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I' economy. turing corporations were 27 per ninth consecutive month. Its in- joying one of its most at County
f Jobs, personal income, manu- cent higher in the first three dex inched ,up from 129.6 in periods of labor relations opening yes-

facturing profits and production months of this year than last. April to 130.3-meaning the output World War H, with less of projects.$48,550 For Alachua CountyBy
t were up, and labor' disputes Profits after taxes, the report of factories, mines and util- ing time lost to strikes than building NW
,} down. added, were $5.12 billion compared ities is 30.3 per cent higher than I coffee breaks. running
"Our economic prognosis is i to"$4.2 billion in the first the 1957-59 average, used as a -The Labor Department Road
one of continued growth," de- quarter of 1963.Secretary base figure of 100. ported employment increased
ROBERT GREEN
Terwilliger ways 19,27, and 301 and State Powers said the off-the-top
I clared President Johnson aftera : of Commerce Lu- The climb was about average an all-time high of 71.1 west of I Road 60 during their fouryearterm financing system, which takes
look at some of the figures ther H. Hodges said personal in- for the past several months but, in May and State Road Board member the money from the road de-
and was no doubt pleased at come rose to a seasonally ad- again, about half as much as dropped 300,000 to 3.6 surfacing Ralph Powers announced yesterday -: of office and had just partment funds before other al-

the prospect of having pros- justed rate of almost $485 billion -May rise charted a further in- :adding up to a 5.1 per cent extension the approval of four pri- about succeeded. locations can be met, providesa
t perity in an election year. in May, $25 billion above crease in the output of indus- less rate-a four-year low.'It Road west mary road projects in Alachua "We now have 208 out of 270 budget priority, allows road
These were the findings by May 1963. trial equipment, a'record flow is heartening to note Rd. County which will mean closeto miles of those highways either engineers to plan four years
{: the various agencies Tuesday All was not cheers here, how- of new automobiles and another Johnson said, "that today Co. $4.5 million of road construction completed or under construc- ahead, helps county commis-
after adding up and comparing ever, for the $1.25-billion gain jump of the production of' furniture people] are at work in the only other within the county in the tion. This was done by an off- sions in gearing their expenditures -

ocrcentages: was only] slightly more than and other household States at higher wages }\,! the work next fiscal year. the-top financing system that insured and removes the mystery
r -The Securities and Ex- half of the April advance. | goods. The output of iron and ever before." Powers made his announce- $10 million a year for four from road spending.
J appointed a ment at the weekly meeting of years in this project and the Powers also said the board

.i, ,- the bids. I the Gainesville Rotary Club. cooperation of the county had spent or committed $17,487-
I The projects are; completionof missions in the 20 com-I I 000 in Alachua County since it
4 BUSINESS MARKET the four inning of U. S. 301 fected. took office.in 1961.
May '''I to the Marion County line re-
REPORTReaders' surfacing 8.2 miles of the Haw- ,

.I. r. REVIEW V thorne Road, resurfacing 5.6
28:0 miles of State Road 26 and construction \
Visitor Proves Club
,i.i on State Road 235
i r north of the city of Alachua at
a total cost of 4482000.
Truly InternationalDamman
Commis- In addition, Powers said the
s bill .Road Department would 'do
now,
I TODAY'S DOW JONES Gainesville Rotarians got solid presented Rotary
( ? City of work on streets and parkingareas
.1 Request I 818.16 I IndusL I up inside the UF campus. proof that theirs is truly an president Rev. Fred Laughonwith

205.50 I Rails I up offered to Powers told the Gainesville Sun International organization yes- a pennant from the Melbourne *
terday when a'member. the
after the talk he did not
I iIf The requested following specifically market by I I of the Sun financial The ed up at the weekly luncheon. I Laughon gave Damman a ga-
;1. quotations 289.95 I Stocks I would be spent on this or what
I I. are furnished by t STOCK LISTINGS up US 301 and I tor pin from the local club.
The visitor
the the exact projects were. was Geoffrey
II 4,590,000 I Volume I high-
Pierce,wulb ern,Murphey [ Powers also declined to comment Damman, who works for an "I've been in Rotary Clubs] in
offered to ,on whether he would be Australian tobacco firm and Denmark, London, and New
,4 NEW YORK STOCK I Capital Life & Gr I the cost, re- re-appointed to his post when has been on an around-the- York in recent weeks," Dam-

I g EXCHANGE Ce) New York Times Divers Growth ... ..:. out of his present term expires in January world business trip. mon said, "and have really en-
I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 16 Dividend Shares the Coun- along with the other board He Is staying in Gainesvillewith joyed it. I've found Americansto
Abbott Lab 2.40 38% High Low Close' Net Ch g. Dreyfus' the City members. his brother in-law, Hay- be terribly friendly and I'm

t, Allied Chem .. .....1.80 52% 25 Roils 134.44 141.83 143.04 Up .68 Fidelity Capit ... ...,.... of prop- I I In his talk, Powers praised ford Enwall, 202 SE Seventh looking forward to a good rest
I Amerada Pt 2.00 83 25 Industrials 824.08 816.49 821.25 Up 4.23 Fidelity Fund the Coun- county commission members Street. in Gainesville."
I 50 Stocks 483.76 479.16 482.14 Up 2.45 Fidelity TrendFund'tal .
I the state and I'
'I Am Elec Pow _1.16b 41% throughout espe- .
Invest ... .... ty.N
cially in Alachua ,County for
) Arner Enka 1.40a 56% LBJ TO UNION
} Arner Hone 1.44a 66% Martin M -. .,. ...... 1.00 17% Barnes Engineer ____>_ 18% Income of Boston Stocks helping the board complete its
Amer M Fdy .90 225e McG- Hill ...-....... .60a 35% Butler Shoe ......_......... 8Chromawy Incorporated Inc -.... ... Changes primary road projects.
Keystone K-2 .._.. ...,. 49% V
Mead .. .. ,. up
,
Armco Stl 3.00 711,2 Corp -, 1.70 48% .._. 211,2 Powers said the Alachua
{, Atch Topka 1.203 31% Merkd .. ._.. ..,,.,,.., 2.00a 36% Cinerama 7 Keystone S-3 50% up % members were, "Both a m b i- Calls for 'NationalManpower
Keystone S-4 _._...... .. 120% up 1%
Natl Airl .... .. ,
Baxter Lab .80 49% Sc! .
.36 22% Computer 16% tious and realistic in their requests -
Life .
Investors .. ...._ 14% off %
t Beckman In ,. 50 N Y Cent .. .. ., .50g36% Cutter Labs A ..., ..... 16' Life for road funds." i
Stock Fund ... ... .
32% %
Beech LF S 1.10 471h Nia M Pow ... .,_... 2.00 52% Data Control ...._. .. 41% w. up
Bristol My .,.. .,....,, .80 651A Norfolk W ............ 6.00132% Fulton Inds ..._.......w.....-.,,. 9% Mass. Inv Stock _.. ....,, .. 23% up 2% He also said the members Policy Ir I
\ Brown Shoe 3.40 90% No Ind P S ........,,1.48155% Gen Develop 4% Mass. Inv Growth 64% off % displayed "statesmanship" in

Brunswick .r.r.... .. 9 No Nat Gas ._....... 1.80 52% Mackey Airlines ........ .-, 5% Pioneer Fund __ 323'4 off / 'helping the road department
Cambell S ...._..- 2.40 37 Olin Math .. 1.20 43% Mead Johnson ...,..,,,.,,. ,,, 18iPac Puritan Fund .. 10% unch complete U. S. 301 despite its r CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP- the annual convention of the
Carter Pdt 1.ooa 17 Owens II G .... -... .... 2.50 97% NW Tele ..,. 22 Putnam Growth 88% up 1' not going through Gainesville. President Johnson called Communications Workers of
-------- today
-- TV & Elec . .... .
Case J I _.... 15% Pac' G & E ......... 1.0080% Philips Elec ......... .w 38% Value Line Inc- 51 8%%up unch% "The commission members for the establishment of a national -America, AFL-CIO, Johnson
Cessna Air ......... 1.00 25 'acLting -- 2.40 60% Redwing Carriers ,---r, .-..?.11 saw that Gainesville roads were through cited three developments that
Ches Ohio ,.....-. 4.00 771h 'acT&T .......... 1.20 28% RIC Group ._.. 7% Wellington Fund 33 16%%up 1%% being taken care of and they cooperation manpower of labor policy, management he said require the establish
Coas S Gas ........ 315 Pan Amer A _1.20; 71% Sperry R. Wts. .__-- 6% PREVIOUS DAY'S up' allocated their secondary road and government. ment of a national manpower
CBS -- .-_ _- 1.BOb 46} Parke' Dav .. l.oo' 27% Syntex 65 STOCK MARKET Issues-72% up 4% funds to help us get rights of policy: The replacement of men
Comb Eng 1.20 27. 'ennzoil' -_ 2.00 74% Tampa Elec23% Advances way for 301 in the interests of Johnson said a coordinated by machines, the decline in :

j Cone Mills .......... .80 ZO% Pfizer -- -.. .80a 45% Tech Measur ...... ... 15% Declines Change the many drivers who use the policy is urgently needed be- jobs for the unskilled, and the
Cont AIr ....... ....... .40 24} Phelps DG .... ...,. 3.00 65% TWA Wts .. ; 26Vaispar % Unchanged .....'...-. 65 off 2% I I cause the economy faces "vast dramatic growth of the labor
Contl Ins 2.20 551A Polaroid' _..-.w .20 141% -_ No sale Total Issues 26% off % I said.He and troubling changes" duringthe force.
Control Data 108% Pub Sv E G 2.60 37% 3 up % I said the road board had rest of the decade.In .
MUTUAL FUNDS New 1963-64 Highs 28% off % "It is time," the Presidentsaid
Com Pdts 1.50 62% Pure Oil __ 1.60 52 pledged to four-lane U.S. High' an address prepared for
Delta AIr ...:. .r... 1.60 79 Rayonier .......... .. 1.00 35% Affiliated Fund __ 8.87 New 1963-64 Lows 7% up % I "for labor and management 1

Det' Steel .. ........... .60 14'aEmerson Rexall .50b 45% and government to coop ',
..._..._ 1.00 43% Reyn Met .--_-- _---. .50 37 erate in establishing a national
Fair Camera _- .50g 23% Rich Merr -- .. .1.00 40% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH FIRE LINESCHECKUP manpower policy a policy
needs and help aim all
R C Cola 1.20 72% our pro-
Finan'l Fed _a...... 49 ;.
1"st" Chartr w...... ... 1.97133'/a Roy Dutch 1.73g 45% grams of training and educa-
Fla E Cst .... 12% Searle GD .90 62% tion government and private
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Food Fair ... ....., .9023% Singer 2.00 91 How You Shop Supermarkets 97tf URGEDBecause alike "- toward filling those
FMC Corp ... 1.00 57% Smith Kin ... ....- 1.20a 61% needs.
Frito Lay 441h Sou Cal Ed 1.0532% Johnson said existing labor-
Gen Tele .88 33% St Oil Cal .........._ 2.00 64% of the timber-dry, explosive condition of woods- management committees "will
GA Pacif 1.0Gb 62 Et Oil Ind 2.oob 78 By Sylvia Porter ;; land, County Ranger ,Gene Branch of the Florida Forest contribute to such a policy,"
Getty Oil .10g 24 Sterl Drug .65 27% Service has suggested that land owners check their plowedfire and a recently appointed cabinet
Grace Co 1.00b 553'., Texas Util 1.20 57% lines. committee
Hel CUrtis .. ........ .80 20} Textron 1.40 43 Say you walked into your lo- on impulse and almost surely (or non-use) of shopping lists, "Normally, this time of year we are not concerned broadest aspects will of"considerthe such a
I BM... ...-... 5.00 479}. Tidewater 29% cal supermarket and sawall forgot items they had intendedto our: attitudes toward trading about fire lines," Branch said, "but because of the dry policy.
Int Min C .. .. .._ 1.80a 705Int Trans W A 44 the "fresh" groceries (bread, buy. stamps, our response to minor weather we've had, we have a 'blow-up' fire situation in
Tele 1.00 5H. Union Pac 1.60a 46% vegetables,. fruits, dairy pro- As the study's author, Mich- price changes, etc. our timber land." Beyond that, he said, "I will
i Kellogg ..r..... .80a : Und Air L l-50b 53% ducts) in the middle of the eal G. Van Dress, emphasizes, Yet, what the experts pri- And when rain does come, Branch said, there is the take further steps, in cooperation
Lehman CP 1.34e 293 Upjohn 1.00 53% store'and all the "dry" foodsin "Products exposure is a criti- marily are discovering is that danger of fire set by accompanying lightning.He with labor and business, to

Litton In ...r........ 1.98f 6-H Jim Walter 30% : cartons and cans around the cal factor in the modem food we can't be stacked up in neat therefore, urged land owners to check their fire make sure that the dignity and
Lone S Cm-_......... 1.00 20% I War Lamb .70 28% outside the exact opposite oftoday's supermarket." Today, a' typical rows like crackers in boxes. lines. He said there usually is sufficient rain this timeof right to labor is not lost in the
Marsh Fld ....... .1.60 43% Worthintn 1.50 40% conventional layout. supermarket displays an aver- Kline puts it well when he ob- year to keep the weeds grown up in the fire lines in a currents of change; that every ...
Xerox .... .............. 120% Would this change the kinds age of 6,000 different items, up serves, "The housewife changesher green condition. But, he added, the weeds in fire line prob-- American who wants to work,
Zenith 1.20a 69% and amounts of food you from fewer than 4,000 only 10 mind at will. She has no ably are dead and combustible] now and they could spread can work; that industry will not
Late Morning bought? I years ago and each of these store"loyalty. She belongs to no fire across a fire line. falter'because it lacks the men
AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE It certainly would! If you'rean items must virtually sell itself. one. The ranger pointed out that the last rainfall to amountto it needs."
N. Y. Listing average shopper you'd buy I A second key conclusion of In short, the one thing that anything in this area was on June 6, when 1.6 inches
The chief executive
will be for said
pre-packaged more
never fell. "This helped he said "but last rain to
only $8.56 of groceries in this the study is that habit is a basic our prior than two million
consumption by businessmen jobs a year are
AUisChal 18% IntHarv 77 experimental supermarketagainst : easy that was around the first of May.
COUNTERNEW factor in our shopping, taken
OVER THE is the American house- being over by machines.And .
Alcoa 71 t. IntNick 77% $11.40 worth in the con- I we've. become accustomed to'
bid wifeshopper.The he said the rate in-
YORK (AP)-The following may
AmAir 43% IntPap 32 ventional supermarket, an as- the conventional supermarket
'
and asked quotations supplied by the crease.
AmBrk 53% Jones&L 78% National! Association of Securities Dealers tonishing 33 per cent difference layout and we don't want to
AmBdPar 39% KaisAl 38% Inc do not represent actual transactions and this despite the fact see the layout altered.As He cited figures indicatingthat
AmCan 465 Ken'cott 79% but art the NAS '. estimateof that the products offered would George Kline executive Annex to Health Center the labor force in the 10's
AmCyan 64% Lig&My 77;. the range within which these'securi be virtually identical. is increasing 50 per cent faster
Grocer
AmMot 14% Loch'd 33% ties could have been sold (bid) of You'd buy only 14 different director of Progressive \ than in the 1950's, further com-
bought (asked confirms, "Customers object to
AT&T 136. Lorillard 44% food items in the new super- pounding the job problem.And .
in store.
AmTob 34% Mag'vox :1% Alico Land ____---_-_- 7 market against 18 in the old even mild changes a 'Good Deal' for CountyIt
You just move the coffee to an- he said that during the
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AmpxCp 16H MM&M 59% Amer Fidel Life and this despite the fact
Anaconda 4%'i Mohasco 13% Amer Heritage _._I........ 24% that you spent the same amountof other aisle and" shoppers start .., next 15 years there will be no
Armour 49 Mons'to 79% Amer Mat Ins .. 21% time shopping for the items. complaining. increase in the demand for un-
food Couqty Commission decided authorized hiring the $55,000 annex to the county
the skilled labor
makes "demandfor
What us buy although
Life 64'4
ACL 71 MontWd 371i Amer Pioneer You would buy fewer frozen
it had a good business Gainesville architectural firm health center.
Busch .... .. 5031 we do? Why do we favor one I professional and technical
Bab ock 31'4 NatDair 80% Anheuser foods in the new layout than in
market another? How do I deal yesterday.NEW of Moore and May to build a The county is expanding and will 65
45 over people go up per cent,
BiO n vi NatDist 26Vi Anodyne the old, but you'd buy more the Commission
differences can always use room, -
BethStl 37% N.AmAv 48% Citizens Bank ---- 34 produce. More specifically, the we react to subtle Administrative Assist- for clerical workers 45 per
Boeing .2 Penney 54H Comsat Corp 21% likelihood that you'd buy. coffee in food packaging. pricing, arrangements ant Howard Weston said. cent"
Borden 72% PRR 30% Conn Lt & Pow 373 would be down 45 per cent in on shelves, etc.? i FLASHES Besides the federal "The challenge to leadership
Brunswk 9 H% PepCola 54% Cowles Mag & Pb ._.._...115 the new setup and the likeli- Do we have real personal driven food MARKET ment will repay $30,000 govern-of the is clear," he said. "We must
CaterTr 65 PhiLMor 80% Dunn & Bradst .._- 59V. hood that you'd buy pretzels preferences or are we cost under Hill Burton federal continue to expand our economy
Celanese 64% PhillPet 49% Firs West. Fin'cl 145 would be off a whcpping 73 percent mainly by impulse and sugges- YORK (AP-The stock oral birth control drugs took health assistance funds. creating new jobs. We

Chrysler 50% RCA 33% Florida Gas 103. The chances that you'd tion? market's upward drive contin- losses. And the officials from the J. must provide our workers with
CocaCola 131% RepStl 44% Fla Natl Bank. -_.._... 635 buy citrus fruits, though, wouldbe The Agriculture Dept's study ued with increased vigor today The Associated Press averageof Hillis Miller Health Center, education and training to meet
ComEd 48% Revlon 35% FIa TeleForrest 26% 23 cent. "to evaluate the effects of 60 stocks at .8
up per despite some profit taking and noon was up which originally requested the the demands of a dynamic in-
ConEdis 89% ReyTob 46?i LabsFounders ..._.__._ 235 These are just a few of the 'merchandising methods on sales losses for some of the oral at 307.7_with industrials up 1.3,1 annex to house a student nurse dustry.
ContCan 52% StRegP 30% Life a% striking findings of a new study 'and consumer demand for birth-control issues. rails up .6 and 'utilities un training program, promised to
DowChe 72 Seaboard 48 Franklin Life 55% by the U.S. Dept. of Agricul- farm products" is just the changed.The lease the addition until the county Once again, Johnson said the
du'pont2545 Sears 114% Great American 12% ture's Economic Research Serv-[latest dramatic illustration of Motors, steels rails, aero- I Dow-Jones industrial average was entirely repaid on the goal of his administration is "to
EAL 31% Sinclair 45*. Grolier 37% ice, in which researchers fol-:the unprecedented depth and space issues, oils and nonferrous at noon was up 4.97 at remaining 125,000. build a great society."
E.Kodak 133 Socony 79V. Golf Life ? 55% lowed 1,292 customers from breadth research going on metals were among the 823.13. Finally, commissioners pointed He said his administration
Firestone 40% SouthnC 59% Herff Jones -135 supermarket entrance to check- today in both government and gainers. Searle fell 3% to 59 on out, they save salary money has advanced proposals "to
FlaPw 46% SperryR 14% Home Ins 62% oat ,counter in three states. industry to answer such fundamental The list was higher from the delayed blocks of 5,000 and 1- because the nursing trainees do give every citizen an equal
FlaP&L 74% SLBrand 78 Jax Minit Mkts' ._...-... 6% The first key conclusion the and baffling questionsas start but scattered selling of re- 000 shares, later widening its work the county would other chance to hold 'a job, to vote,
Ford 53% StO NJStudebak 85% Kennasaw Life 11% Agriculture Dept came to the above. cent gainers trimmed the over- loss to more than 4. wise have to pay for. to educate his children, to ea-
FrmstDa 11% 7% Life of Fla .. S% about us is that the more Tied to the answers is the all rise. As the session wore on, Chrysler up more than a joy all the blessings of liberty,
FreptSul 35% Swift 52% Lowes Company .1934 space we cover in a supermarket future of the $58.7 billion a the industrial issues remained pout, was, the pacemaker in I whatever his color or race."
heavy
FrcehTr 31 Texaco 78% Milgo Electron ..........10% and the more .food items year food market industry. solidly ahead. the autos again. JournalistsFace i Then he went on to plug for
GenDyn 28 Thiokol 14% Mort Guaranty'Ins- ._ 251h we see the more we boy.. Deeply,involved too are the na- IBM tacked on a couple of other proposals to combat
GsnEl 79% U Carb 125 Pacific SW Air 45% In the experimental layout tion's farmers, food shippers, GJ). Searle, maker; of the points while Polaroid and U.S. Trial poverty, to provide medical insurance .
GenFds, 87 UnitAirc' '47 Schlitz Brew ....._.._.- 4I% aisles were broken up.by the manufacturers, packagers, dIs- .birth 'control pill Enovid, was Smelting were up a point each, for the aged, and to ex-
GenMills 39 UnFruit 22% Secur Life & Tr,r..._. -57% central fresh food counters tributors. Thus never have we upset by a news. report that Xerox slid 3 In continued profit SEOUL South Korea AP) .tend minimum wage and unem-
GenMtrs 88% US Steel 56}. Southern Nitro I .. -.18 cutting off the shoppers' long been followed so closely by ,Enovid speeds development of taking. Six South Korean journalists ployment benefits. :
Goodrich 49% UnivMat 12% Travelers Ins -. (3% vista and unbroken journey the economists and market researchers -cancers already present in Prices advanced on the Amer. I arrested earlier this month during "Let's roll up our sleeves," i i
Goodyr 40% WestgEl 30% AerohetGenAnalex 29% length of the store. As a result, as we zigzag througha laboratory animals. A' spokesman Iran Stock Exchange. i riotous antigovernment he said "and get to work to \
Greyhnd 55% WinnDix 37 Corp ..w..r... 25 the shoppers covered less of the store and fill our market- for Searle said the reportis Corporate bonds were narrow- ,'demonstrations have been re- pass these programs before i

GulfOil 56% Woolwth 28V Aqua Chem ........,. ...... IS\i store area, saw fewer extra baskets. Never has there been at variance with other infor ly mixed. U.S. government ferred to army prosecutors for Congress adjourns, for povertyand
U&w 135% Aurora Plastics 3514Y4 iteCs3 they might have bought such concentration on our use mation. Some other makers of bonds were mostly unchanged. [possible military trial. injustice! will not wait,"
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What's your problem For a .ent. A sus! SUPPER/ DISH? l
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f .Light Up!, enl re p I Iri writs to Abby Box 3365.Bv z

A K rly Hills Calif.. 90212. and <
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DEAR ABBY: Please explain this one. My father is 52, DEAR C.R.M.: I am familiar with the bird. We have a x r /A CURVE AHEAD.7-I1L) TsK. o+ibt o
III a college graduate and has been in business for 27 years. lot of them here in Southern California. : SLOW DOWN 1'0 A fSSENSIBLE. PEOPLE OUGHT TO 8EESARRED

We live in a $55,000 home in the suburbs. Since President ___ THET KWrtIlAHOUR DPWER ), fr .SIX. < FROM TN>;
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Johnson started turning off the lights in the White House, M..I DON'T LOSE HBTEMPER, MILES AN HOUR.y ROA0..
DEAR ABBY: If you still have the name and address of ALTHOUGH EVWBOtf ELSE IS
I my father has gone on an economy kick with our lights at that young girl who complained because her boy friend LDS1NTHAR MINDS.?' A (fz /
home. When we leave the house all the lights are turnedout fell asleep every chance he had, for heaven's sake, pleasetell
and when we come back it is so dark we can hardlysee her to drop him and forget him! I have been marriedfor ==
our into the driveway. If one of us leaves a room <
way 33 years to a man who falls asleep the minute he sits s
for even five minutes, if we don't turn off the light we hear the R
down. He is not'ashamed to fall asleep in church, at
about it. We are allowed to burn a light only in the room theatre or even while we are entertaining guests in our ,

1} where we are, and we have to go feeling our way around home. Every time I look at him he is asleep. We have been

the house. I believe in being conservative-but this is ridic- places where the liveliest party is going on, aId I always l

ulous. What to do? have to wake him up to take me home. I have begged,

: I IN DARKNESS pleaded, threatened to leave him and cried, but nothing -b: ToaTrwr
DEAR IN: Your father can't be in the insurance business works. I've tried to get him to see a doctor, but he says I l I c
', \ or he would know that a house in total darkness is a bur- he likes himself the way he is, and wouldn't take anythingto

glar's dream. And a well-lighted home is good accident insur- keep him awake i if{ he were offered it. It is like living WHAT S GOT WHATS SO I WUZNT'It
1
ance. Better to enlighten ONE father than to curse the dark- with a dead man. Oh, what's the use? I should have left MAWA!! PLUMBMIRACLE w R'.y FOUR MIRACLEACES DEALTNI..
rli'J ness. him years ago. PAW? !! n- ABOUT Il
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RIP VAN WINKLE'S WIFE = HAPPENT ATTH' -
11 DEAR ABBY: Speaking of which in the bird kingdom is ; CARD GAME .. .
i\< the more beautiful, the male or the female: In southwest- en
: / ern Canada you will find the PHALAROPE. The male is dull DEAR ABBY: In answer to that question"Do;' blondes have tI.

I and rather colorless, but the female has beautiful, brilliant more fun?", I happen to know a married man in the neigh-

; I feathers and a white rump. The female does the courting, borhood who has a blonde wife. He is bald, and I can tell r !

,j., lays the eggs and then she departs to find herself another you for certain that HE has more fun than SHE does. w JL

mate while the abandoned male is left sitting on the eggs. Sincerely yours,
rJ C.R.M. TWENTY-TWENTY VISION
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tiple sclerosis, the path- 9:00 O Divorce Court V

ologist takes over the M.S. 9:30 O People Are Fanny CfjJ(7\(

'I ward. O I Jack La Lanne

9:30 O Dick Van Dyke 9:55 CD Sen. George Smathers e r THEY DONfT SEEM LIKE \ '
ep Rob hires a maid sight 10:00 O Say When : OILING SPRING? THE TYPE. TUPVADPFAPFn I SPACE WEU6 COUPE KNOW 13.WHERE I WwrilL/CrC 4NE MEANWHILE
unseen-and has some dif- O News H. NO! THEY CAN'TDO KINDLY AND THE WOMEN I u/WATS HAPPENED TTi BUT CAN vou XOF COURSE,i CAN,
Waldo Norris ARE STRICTLY BEAUTIFUL. FLY ITINTOTWE) FATHEI?.Diotfr
ficulties.O O THAT TO US! TYNE OTHER.y /
U GREAT HALL? I FLY IT HERE
At Issue 10:25 Q IB News FROM EARTH?

10:00 O Danny Kaye 10:30 O D Word For Word < r (t 4 i
Variety O I Love Lucy

Buddy Ebsen, Marilyn 11:00 O Concentration d4d i -J

Lovell and Howard Mor- O McCoys

ris join Danny. 11:30 O D JeopardyO

,1 j WEDNESDAY EVENING Suggestions for interior O 09 Eleventh Hour I Pete and Gladys U 4ovaot :
12:00 of Life
O Love
the jIIoooIj t
"Who Chopped Down Fir
house
and exterior paint
1:00 O Gallant Men-Drama
First
k Cherry Tree?" Gladhanding O (D Impression
ing are given.
f O Best Of Groucho 12:25 O News
O Project I<< DiscussionAll "Hoppy" Hopp is a 1
I] 5:25 O Moments in Sports Duval County high popular state legislator- 12:30 O D Truth or o

$ 5:30 O Newscope I schools are faced who's had enough of his ConsequencesO I
Search for Tomorrow t-
; I 5:55 O Local News, Weather I I'I with loss of accredi- younger brother's political:
And Sports I tation. Project 4 exploresthe machine. 12:45 O Guiding Light YE5..AND50ARE SEND KATE IN1WANTTOSEE YOU'RE FIFTEEN VSEND JVU5S STANDt
12:55 O CD News TWO OF YOUR PATIENTS HER/
MINUTES LATE UN FIRST .PLEASEl
6:00 O News, Sports, Weather difficulties and what 11:00 O O News, Weather. 1:00 O News IS KATE STANDIY WHO AREON FORMR,10NE5APPOINTMENT
O Sunshine Almanac will happen if the schoolsare ID (Color) News, (D Local News z HERETUNE? APPOINTMENT / /
6:15 O Local News disaccredited. Sports, Weather ,

I': \ 6:30 O CD News Huntley, 8:30 O Donna Reed 11:25 O Movie 1:05 O CD Midday Match Game o ._
[ Brinkley Jeff talks Donna the A $ R isI
1 finally "Tonight's Night. :115 Q Focus 2 L rp
O News Walter into letting him play high cad arrives in Ireland to 1:30 O Science tfo a
f Cronkite school football. claim the estate of his de- Ford
CD Ernie ,
O The Big Picture O Anatomy of A Hit ceased uncle. David Niv- O As The World Turns I

7:00 O BiographyThe (Special) "Little Man, en, Yvonne DeCarlo, Bar- 2:00 O CD Let's Make A Deal ,
Life of Mme. Chiang What Now?" Vince Guar- ry Fitzgerald, George O Password r I
Kai-Shek, wife of Nationalist -' aldi, who wrote "Cast Cole A. E. Matthews.
2:25 OCD News
China's leader. Your Fate to the Wind," 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 2:30 O House Party fl flTHEY
O Deputy describes how his hit song THURSDAY O CD Doctors !

O Wanted Dead or Alive has affected him and his 6:00 O Sunrise Semester 3:00 O CD Loretta Young -' -"
j O Just Imagine audiences. Record execu- 5:05 O Humanities C-52
O To Tell The Truth *
Rabbit Decides II it 1I IIII THE "I lIII I WONDER
"Peter to IP 3
tives and disc 1
jockeys 6:10 D Continental,Classroom: 3:25_O News B U T C l+E-R UNDERSTOOD THEY CAN DO
Change His Name. discuss the possibility of American Government 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say HIDE THIS.FROM GAVE ME q ME/WELL, ARITHMETICTHAT
7:15 0 The Friendly Giant a follow-up hit for Vince. THE PUPS--I DOislT WHAT YOU MKSKTAS TOO
':15 O Sunshine Almanac i O Edge Of Night WANT THEM TO ISHTOMORROWL as,1- FOR b WELL GIVE
7:30 O B The Virginian 9:00 O Sikklm Its 1 THEM IT TO THEM
: Queen 6:30 Q World Civilization I 4:00 O Match GameD IT?
(Color) "A Portrait of (Special) (Color) A docu- O Pastors Stady Secret Storm r NOW I

Marie Valonne." In New mentary about the Hima-I :35 O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals 3 c ..

I Orleans, the Virginian & layan kingdom and its 8:40 D Living Words i:25 O News Z; ( t
attracted to beautiful American-born queen. 6(5 t D Hi, Neighbor (Color) 4:30 O Burns and Allea a. Ifc ;
Marie Valonne -who dis- O Portrait of %
Japan 6:50 O Farm and Home O Huckleberry Hound
appears under mysterious The importance of rail- 7:00 O CD Today CD Movie 0q : t

circumstances. roads to Japanese life, Scheduled guest: Anthony "Shall We Dance." An 1z
1 O CBS Reports and some new techniquesof Lewis, who discusses his American dancer who 9

,'1 To be Announced. railroad constructionare book about a convict in wins fame as a Russian a.ly;'_. :
0 What's New seen. a Florida prison. ballet star, falls in love {; It y) c2Lb
Plain s m e n, crystalline O Beverly Hillbillies O News, Weather with an attractive American -

," structers, control of Canine CD Ben CaseyDrama"My 7:05 O Ranger Hal who dances in night ... .r
reproduction. Love, My Love." 7:50 O News clubs. YOU SHOULDN'THAVE I WOULDN'TCANCEL B EVERYBODY ,
f Songs by George .
DONE THAT! IN THE CLUB" ,
S:00 O Painting-Discussion Himself struck with mul- 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo Gershwin. Fred Astaire. = SORRY TO BE SO A LESSONUPSETTING '
YES-ms LETS 6ET OVER
LATE, DOUGI-THERE WITH YOU MISS WRENN!
I I E"I ALMOST 10 O'CLOCK, YOUR WHOLEYOI1U.SORT OF- TO THE PRACTICE
VMS A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
MBS WRENN! 1 SCHEDULE! SPECIALMEANIx! GREEN!

Convention to Fill Screens Yes Garry ON ROAD COUNTRY! CLUB NADTOMOVE.ALK50NWITH WANT TO 5EE YOU WIN :r .-
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BACK TO 1:30! '

Will BeMissed 1r I! ..N:I. SI

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( NtUt ark Hmt York time. It might continue said ti
V un-| Jamison resigned becauseof NEW YORK (AP-"I) don't '
By VAL ADAMS til early morning hours. "editorial difference of opin- know who those geniuses are I

NEW YORK Gaveltogavel According to tentative plans, ion" with Hayward.For going to put on Tuesday nights ,

I coverage of the Republican the Republicans would nominatea several weeks, the an- next year," said comedian Alan
National Convention in San vice presidential candidateon nouncement added, Haywardhad King, "but it's going to be a NO-I'M DoxLEYBXENcH005AND THE YVCKLPMOKE 1 EEDS GNLY TROU&E ItL eETTHERE REALLY SOME Cf THEM ARE X|
i Thursday evening and hear : PEOPLE TO K-I DONT ARE PLENTY OF U. 7 STANDING AT VARIOUSAlAWtlAtSELJCENSE
Francisco, will dominate the "asked for certain changesin very lonely Tuesday." z 6 1'll1 POrEET ?>rU'RE I'M STJJWOTOPELISTENER LISTEN TO CTHEK REMEMBE? MEN WHO VVI5H Wwi3ee-*
schedules of television and ra- acceptance speeches by th e the material and approachof I 0 Il K CANYON PM55 A / PEOPLE SOIh'ELL... THEY HAD META I nnfct MREAU RK3HT THIS
He referred to the demise DooPI.EY
presidential and vice presidential 61. WITH MINUTE Jm'
dio network for four
five
or nominees. T.W. 3' with which Jamisonhas after six years, of CBS' "Garry DID YOU YOUR TALEMS7''r
I evenings beginning 5AY?
Monday, not agreed. "
'Moore Show
whose
Broadcasts of the swan song
opening
July 13. Broadcasts each nightare session -
expected to last at least of the convention will be- Asked for comment, Jamison Tuesday night was bright, E ,
four hours. gin at 1 p.m., New York time, said: "I have always disagreedwith amusing, sentimental and sad.

on July 13 and last from Leland on the basic con- Moore, speaking of the sudden I w c;
Sig Mickelson, program direc- two to two and a half hours. cept of the show. TW.3 has a cancellation of the show, mincedno

tor of the Republican National I That evening the conventionwill strong limited appeal and it words and showed a bit of
Committee, said the start- be addressed by ii ev. should not be made a popular, resentment The studio audience

ing time of each session had Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon, mass appeal network show. 1 1 expressed its feelings with loud
not been set But he said it don't believe that this show
i keynote speaker and temporary produced and long clapping, cheers and
might be "in the vicinity of chairman of the convention. for the mass will get. whistles for the star and mem- -
i .7:30,"New York time, on 1\1011-1' Former President Dwight D. any kind of an audience." I. bers of the show's familyDurward -

day Tuesday and Thursday.The Eisenhower will address the The announcement said Hayward -, Kirby, Marion Lome, Car
sessions probably would convention on Tuesday evening. would take over the function -ol Burnett, King and Allen Funt ZE20 CO VtXl THJKK VtXJCCOLD :'U. CHECK SM ALL Ot>'t'
last until 11:30 p.m., Mickelson PAW*A"COMPANY BACK LATER nOsse Bt116eSARGi
of producer. It also was whose "Candid Camera" was a'
1 i said. I Marshall Jamison has resigned announced that Herb Sargent,' spin-off of the show. Moore was 0 NH EZE iCJ2 N E DOING fON)':)tYRE J :

The longest day for the net- as producer of "That Was a former writer for Perry close to tears at the end. i t-1i

works will be Wednesday, July the Week That Was" t he Como's television show, h ad The abrupt dropping of the P L SLRLa
15, when the convention beginsto program of topical satire tele- been named editor of "T.W.3." show ,
is real
a It has
mystery.
consider a candidate or candidates -; vised by the National Broad- It was said there was no connection been
consistently, from 1958
on,
for the presidential nom casting Co. The announcementby in Sargent's appoint- t I Z o :
a lively, joyous variety hour invariably
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ination. This session is expectedto Leland Hayward Productions ment and Jamison's resignation. in good taste and with' a

begin about 5 p.m., New, packager of the series, imaginative production num- .5 1 -

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I Topless Swim Suits Selling Like??? will indeed be a lonely I'
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP- Reaction of other San Fran- clergy as an invitation to lust, pIe The CBS programmers will

"It's-it's unbelievable," gasped ciscans to the weekend showingof I a return to paganism, a cor- replace"it next season with "The WE'RE REAC TO SKIP OUT 1C70 GET TWE CAR iI i-
the latest low in high fashionwas I ruptor of morals and "not very Nurses, moved over from I FEEL LIKE TM 1M I HAPNT NOTICED.. OP HERE,PATTI/ MEET YOU SET! WHILE Z F'CWDER' "
,; shopowner Naslmo Sargis, grop- immediate and another night Hospital drama is A R5HBOWU EVERYONE YOU'RE THE ONLY MAN AT THE tJUUC? MY NOSE! _
nice.
predict IS FORMAL IVE SEEN HERETH
ing for words. "There's no mid- no real substitute for
people
able. "Just two straps closer to the EXCEPT ME: EVENING.
dIe-of-the stream. It's either who
shock_or Vow'M! "Nakedness," snapped a cler- moral decay in America de- shows.enjoy comedy variety
gyman, "almost perversion." I clared the Rev.. Jacob Belling
,
.That was Miss Sargis' reaction The police department wondered of Oakland's Neighborhood Moore, as often has been I Z

I after she introduced topless aloud what it would do Church. pointed out, isn't a terribly fun-
swimsuits in San Francisco.The i
first dozen suits were with the first bare bosomed. lass I What do the cops say? ny comedian and he can neither o
to breach the beach. I "A touchy, legal subject" dance nor sing. But he projectsas
p'and another 14
snapped or- I
Another downtown San Fran- said Assistant Police Chief Al- a fine, kindly man and works .i
dered' for immediate deliveryshe
cisco shop placed the suits on fred Arnaud. "Nudity isn't Illegal well with a lot of people of diverse j _
said. sale Tuesday. I unless it's lewd. This'll talents. The result has Q : r Mi

'Mostly to men,**,said Miss Held up by two narrow straps' have to be tested when they been usually an entertaininghour. Ih

.j Sargis, "for their wives. Or at that cross in front and back the show up on the beaches-and I The show will really be
1& ka* that' what they said." suits were denounced by the guess they will. missed. .



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32 Gainesville Sun I .

Election Law : Show. The Pigeons
;
Aren't Home

Are Needed, Says ATLANTA, Ga. (AP-An At !
lanta motel operator is being
l.
TALLAHASSEE (APSec'should be ,overrun with lost homing l.t
retary of State Tom Adams said uties did pigeons.It .
reports from his deputies assigned of fraud or there in the film as the wasn't so bad at first with .DININGUi r
to watch polls in the May 26 feet the steal the show. I only one on the premises. But .
second primary show "that sub- Adams Baxter is understand now there are six and more DANCING \
stantial improvements are need- I and Angela Lansbury is coming.
ed both in the'election law and "Most unconcerned in their per I Margareta Gamma knows Usiversitv Inn COCKTAIMl i
its implementation throughoutthe marked as the girls' mothers. they're homing pigeons because
state." I duct of the Prentiss gives a good some of them have tags on their .
per *
tion. It S.W. 13 St.
Adams said his I as Orient's current legs.
deputies ob- cedures
serving in each of the state's 67'over those interest who is most nerv OF SIZE, SHAPE AGE, EDUCA- .-
counties,reported only minor in- election, I, about what her husband's SUBURBIA REGARDLESS TION LOOKS OR SEX YOU'RE
fractions of the election laws.I may be. DRIVE IN THEATRE GOING TO LOVE THIS ONE 11 -
And actions at the polls were im-I all, "The World of Henry N 0 UY/
proved those in Though is a nice way to forget i
over the May 5 SHOWTIME 7:30tile
meet two
first primary, he concluded. dragons the heat and just laugh I junior-size
the London wondering what moti-
"While minor violations of the used to I you to be so happy. misses and one
I law were quite numerous, it with their I World of Henry Orient" Jia1conN011.t !
today at the State Thea- !
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PRIZES FROM
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( 'k-ILJ Cola Fla., Grade. .A. . . ,lb. 29 C : 10-oz. pkg., 2 for 5jC

\kEELSOFFUN" I BEEF CHOPPED SPINACH ,

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!! . . . ,lb. 79c GREEN PEAS

"I 1 10oz. pkg., 2 for 3VC
L mJ . . lb. 89 C
MR. G.FRENCH FRIES

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PEACH, APPLE or CHERRY

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I Is There a Job : yiTI1I2iA1lltIEJkLIi) ] THEREIS I I WANT-AD RATES I I


I | v FH. 372-8441
HATIMG CRR
ACROSS : ii
1.Moccasin 25.Contends V E C A E: R

For Palsy Victim? Remote 27.Unused 5 T E C T 5 A G A | for !i

i 7.Sp.house 28.Kind oftobacco H 0 E s r R t N c y I| Classified OnlyDEADLINES

11.Scrutinize fl T R A i 0 _

13.Crumbs Wolframite A A R I.| I
.
14.Genus of 33.Sea bird
D C S A T A 1seauichlns
34.Attention !\ Tues. Thru Frt papers-J pjn. Day before publication
1 Has Education and Desire 15.Betel nut 35.Woolly w L e: v e r E ii T WORTHWHILE 5 i For ads to go In Sun. paper-17:00 am. Sat.. i!
16. Sun disk herb LAP ELAS e| For ads to go In Mon. piper-1 p.m. Sat.i =

,
17.1tal. 36. Ananias I (Minimum ad 4 lines)
.
SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLEpronoun
I By WILLIAM K. STUCKEY 38. Equivocating
\ FAMILY RATES
: Tulane f ..... ] ;;;w. 19.Accomplished DOWN 4.Tree

I University .- 40.Apollo'j 1. Species of 5.Creature 1 Insertion ............................................... 3C llnai I
Educational Reports -" g i 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line -
.- '-""" 20. Clear profit mother hickory 6.Mastic Insertions .............................................. "c line
......." "-- .; -- "' .;-.- ... 21.White 41. Fugitive 2.Terminal 7. Lettuce : II Insertions' ....... ....................................... 14c llnai
Exactly where should the first I
bryony 42. Arab. branch of an 8. E. Ind. i Total charge computed by mutttp'ylng. total lines x rate earned -
=:
I
shots be fired in the much-dis "" 23. CO 14 seaport axon taffetapanion 5 x number of Insertions.

cussed war against poverty? : Y'. '-. 43.Scoop 3. Younger 9.Smite =

-, ... ., '. .... 24. Draught 44. Eng.letter son 10. Stage S Five line 5I
; letter words per
.
ll
For the most effective long- .. ...; whisperI READINGIN ii

!L range results, acording to several "..1.#" "" .,:"'." ." Z 4 S 7 12.Mortal I &arnee$3I1fleS 9 II

child psychologists, the W 18.Horned 8 Pt. ordinary type en

'f fight must begin in the day I II sZ 0. IS viper Sam as 3 lines
\ I- ')1. Billiard 12 Pt.
nursery and specifically, in I ordinary type
L. __I If iT stroke I
the slum day nursery. ;' ': E.h : pi Smme.s4tlnsi
; .... r w_ I-. - 1, 22. Paddle = 18| r t. ordinary type
.. II
: 11'r
< .. I" % 23.Legume
.
Lack .
of intellectual stimula. ,
':n.. .. ../". .. .. i I /-:('-' - 25.Motley ; i I
tion and generally bleak: conditions .riij' ",.'. !. ,<,.. II f-Uz.' zz .
26. Congenital Same lln
; L 24 Pt. *
of life literally deaden the \: .. .. r@p 27'.Oilof ; ordinary type
I f mental capacities of slum children '__ %, :Wz+ .?; orangeboi.r .

< in the view of Dr. Martin .. ___,1.1"1' zs z.. tr : :. soms
$/ ,: Mt.., '_. THE The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one I
,
Deutsch, director of the Insti- ; : / ; 28.Innerpart Incorrect insertion nor will it be liable for any error In adver
; - -
: : 12a ZI f'f: d' 31 31 JZ of a temple = tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu
Pt tute of Developmental Studies: \;s.'Y: J ,P/ 29. Recorded pied by the Item to the advertisement. No adjustment wIlls
: '. - ; E? made *" errors that do not materially effect the value efR
of New York Medical College.
.
13 'f 2' 3fPar 30. Funny advertisement.The
Consequently, many culturally \: W% ; 31.Vital iii
.. - -
:deprived children cannot Se 31 36 5' 32.Fr. school Gainesville .1
grasp Sun reserves the privilege of revising or I*
SUN letting any advertisement which It deems oblectfonal/ and
public school education. 1 ..., Ii chante the Classification of .ny IC/vertlsemen& from ttI.t or to D
4 !
tiered t" contorm to the
pOlicy 0' the pa r.
# "Many of these children are 4l. ----35.Footlike it

!ar behind the middle-class student 1: Ih"llllllllllllllllllm" LillllIIIDllmia

in their knowledge of rath- A' 104...,...",.. 6-tJ -'-'--
\ rime 27 mm. .god Baby Sitters. Child Car
12 Mole! Help Wanted
of life
J ?r elementary concepts WANT

i -such as 'up' or 'down' or concepts I
TINY TOT CARPENTER wanted to work In
< of color, shape or quality ;;2 High Springs and Alachua area.

," notes Miss Rena Wilson, PLAY SCHOOLVisit Phone Non-union 444-1104 work.after 6:00 PJIA.

head of the Newcomb College u* and see for yourself. _
School of Tulane Uni- I 24 SE 8th St. FR780o.__ PAINTERS rates Call and Commerlcal paper hangers Painting toa
f. Nursery I II
associate of I SEE II ADS KIDDIE KORT 'Illc. fiR 1-2751.
i rersity professor BELL
Child Care Center 371-6667 BOY over ". hours <:00
psychology, and an admirer of 1r4i' P.M. to ':00 P.M. FR 2-1463
bythe I WHITE baby-sitting In private Tom Sawyer Motor Inn.service .
Dr. Deutsch's work in the field : home. $2 per day. Phone 372-73T5. ROUTE
man to
( ')f underprivileged children. { I EXCELLENT child care In my Pa/atk./ age 25 to 35, work higneducation
i\ .a. SUN home. References available. Phone .school preferred. Guar.

ji Primarily because of this, + ...".,, ..... ..:,.... ,..,.... I I 551 FR 6-89.1. antee person&52'commission.N. Main St.Apply Gaines.yule. in-
9 PLACES Fla.
TO GO AND
"
slum children are
I nany pre- ..
lestined to become the drop- Gilbert Wermuth, a victim of cerebral palsy, holds I'' THINGS TO DO
I I
'
( uts, the unemployed, unskilled down a job at UF Library.The POLICE Accident, FIRE Roundup REPORT ALACHUA GENERALJune FUN FOR,EVERYONE.cook-outs family Farm camp-experiences $400COMMISSION

: and the hard core of 15,1964BIRTHS outs, birthday parties hiking
4laborers, SALESMEN
In
high noise level of life Each had his Involved in accidents horse and Reason
If iodically. own report. pony riding. any, evcpjoeat! area to sell
2ie classes of to- '
impoverished able. Information .
and rates call
in the slums, where half-a-doz-| cubby hole for privacy something ed by the Gainesville Police Department 376-3785. Write T.M.W.. Rt. 4, Box lot. Straight block 20 homes on owners
she year payout. If
norrow, says. en people are often crowded into I which is exceedinglyscarce and Alachua County Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roess, 350 Gainesville Fla.Employment. experienced Tampa Builders.see Mr. McMurtry

r In recent years, Dr. Deutsch two small rooms, leads the in the slums. Sheriff's office in the past 24 416 SE 6th St., a boy; Mr. and A.M. to t P.M.Monday at Holiday June Inn 22,

I conducted a study of the learning child to stop listening, or to I But possibly the most important hours were: Mrs. Mills, Morrison, a boy; Mr. Route 301, Ocala.PLUMBING WANTED.

'J problems of slum children "tune off" subconsciously. In aspect was the emphasis Betty Jean Tanner, Archer, and Mrs. Majidzadeh, 1236 NE SERVICE MAN

in 10 New York City public the class room, are actually and Anna M. Hinson 2227 NW
many on "concepts." 20th Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED HE MUST:

schools and in five day care unable to hear the teacher I The concept approach, incidentally -9th Place, at W. Univ. Ave. and Robert Camp, 102 SE 45th St, a Stay Have sober a City License

I i enters. His findings are credo much less understand him. has been proved justas 8th St., at 5:25: p.m. yesterday.! girl; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Surren- BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Be reliableBe

ited with the establishment or -His parents typically speak successful in training pre- Frank M. Lianas, 2415 SE cy, Rt. 2, Box 308, a girLAD11ITrED up to famous SI per Studio hour demonstrating Girl Live willing In city to work all hours

at least the study of nursery in very simple sentences or school children from the. higher 11th Ave., and a parked auto Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Give Have references a phone


programs for culturally deprived -monosyllables. He consequently owned by William G. Sercey, Phone 376-O34 after 6._

children in 30 U.S. cities. He lacks the ability to comprehend -economic children observes brackets Miss as for Wilson.slum 221 SE 19th Place, in the 900 Mrs. Farah Biz Majidzadeh, N, if : % ,? .4ily EXECUTIVE shorthand knowledge secretary. of Typing.bookkeeping Good HE CAN paySteady EXPECT

has noted that the government the longer sentences of block of SW 4th Ave. at 4:07: desired. Ample starting work
The general philosophy behind Lula Mae Hines, Sandra Roess, wage. No age limit. Unlimited Paid vacation
of Israel independently adopteda the public school teacher, and I p.m. yesterday. 1 tit: I If44v14 career opportunities for woman Time .. half over 40 hours
Nancy Camp Anne Foster Larkin -
this ,
approach at Newcomb College With quick mind. Prefer perma-
similar program for its eaui- is easily distracted. I A parked auto owned by B & I Wilson, Nathan Wooten, Kenneth nent resident. Send resume or Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING, INC.
valent of the U.S. slum child, -Since they seldom receive Nursery School as well as G Motors struck by an unknown Interview request to Box 435 c-o __373-0404.
I Gilbreth Mrs. Swanson Gainesville Sun.
Oriental in Dr. Deutsch's studies, she driver in the 1100 block of N. I WANTED an experienced mechan-
the underprivileged rewards for success from their Blanche Thomas, Betty Sue Sur- WAITRESS wanted for Howard Ic. also, a lubrication man. Apply
punishment for explains, is this: Main St. parking lot at 3:44: Johnson's Restaurant. Apply to Melton Motors, 703 N. Main St.
parents or
.
,
rency, Dorothy Jones, Mrs. Ad- U A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. In person
Jew.His basic recommendation is failure, slum children are "Children of nursery age are p.m. yesterday. kins, Lilliand Holland, Ida Geiger only. 2830 N.W. 13th St. PART able to TIME work|lob In afternoons for man avaiN after: ;

school education -usually poorly motivated.Few in the golden age of learning, WAITRESS with grill experience, 5 o'clock and all day 10m.
public all of Gainesville
to expand Fred .
and do it DWI ; full time morning or afternoon.FR Saturdays and Sundays. Apply,
can quite easily..and .
to include the day nursery. objects, books or mag spontaneously as a rule. They 'The following persons were Lee Younge, Hawthorne; Betty Inn. '2-1443 Tom Sawyer Motor Clarkt's Main af ,4th SheU Ave Tire. Service S.

Children would begin school at azines are in their homes to should be arrested by authorities for driv- Hayes, Hampton; Jane Green, LADY to work In office part- _

\ three or four years of age, under arouse their curiosity.In ment which provided offers an environ ing while intoxicated: Macintosh; Irene Sanders, Mic- good time with must figures.be able Apply to type W.and T. -13-Htlp Malt or Female

his plan, instead of the current a study of Negro children -: to learn, but many with opportunities little- Thomas E. Higgins, 31, Tam anopy; Katherine Mills, Morris- Grant Center.Co., Gainesville Shopping PLACEMENT SERVICE

I five or six. from slum families, Dr.' pressure to learn. Pressure I pa, (U. S. Army) in the 800 ton; Herbert Weaver, Micanopy WANTED_white housekeeper to live Office Technical Professional

For by six, unfortunately, per. Deutsch found that half came I block of NW 13th St. yesterdayat ; John Regan, Melrose; Wil- in. Widower with 3 school chil- College Graduates
often only makes them tense WL4Q dren. Phone FR 2-2161 after 500. For
manent damage to the slum from homes where there were and restless. 10:15 p.m.James lie Roberts, Alachua; James 10-12:00 A.M.appt. call 1-4.00 372-4377 PM.

child's learning potential has no pencils or pens, and about I D. Campbell, 28, New Murrell, Micanopy; onnie NEED MONEY to bolster the budget Monday through Friday
Easy pick-up work elegant
"A wide of com PERSONNEL CENTER
variety carefully ? 4 5 hours
or a will
generally already occurred, he'' 65 per cent had never been selected Smyrna Beach, at NW 13th St. Dean, LaCrosse. pleted. Use string alone or with bring you a good Income.day Call _102 NW 2nd Avenue
activities and
toys metallic thread.
contends. His ability to grasp I farther away from home than and 16th Ave. at 9:30 p.m. yes Fashion news! Crochet lacy lack- Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. COOK wanted, good hours good sal..
books teach them how to I DISCHARGES ary. Apply in
his grasp et of 4'i inch squares one at a person. Wonder.
has been limited, : 25 blocks.In terday. house
concepts time; loin Into 3 flat pieces. Pat- MOTHERS. GRANDMOTHERS. Restaurant, 14 S.W. Itt St.
the ideas of numbers
of
awareness of self dulled, his demonstration projects, Dr. shapes, Jasper J. Chancey, 34, Orlando William Jordan, Ira C a rter, tern 551: sizes 32-34; 36-39 40-42 TEENAGERS, S. SHUT-INS. Did Behind Sears._'
of different qualities or labels 44-44 Incl.Thirty you know that it Is possible to SHORT Order Cook. Apply mnje;;
curiosity deadened by a childhood Deutsch tried several approaches at 8:30: a.m. yesterdayat James Lancaster, Estelle De- five cents In coins for own and operate your own Prestige son to Humpty Dumpty Resteu.
for the same objects. These experiences this pattern add 15 cents for each I Cosmetic Business? From rant. 310
and limits. N.W. 13th St.
ghet- US 441 and
tenements Bose Emma Bellah Wil-
in the city
Sonja _
in the education of slum preschool pattern for 1stclass mailing and your very own home. A small
lay the foundation for and daughter Delinda Temples special handling. Send to Laura investment required. If Interestedcall BOOKKEEPER for home construe-
children which resulted sey -
toes.Writer Breaking and EnteringThe Wheeler, Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft 376-1480 or write to Vlvlane flail oHic. Must be experienced.
Charles Silberman, in I in rapid improvement and radical -learning to read with under; and daughter; Mrs. Mildred Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old Woodard Cosmetics, <2< N. MainSt. _C.II FR 2-4125.
standing and for a of following attempted or Chelsea Station. New York: It.N .. Gainesville. Huge DRIVERS for
observed Territory ice
grasp cream novelty
issue of Harper's, Cruce and Sim Trax.
daughter
recent .
in their abilities.
PATTERN NUMBER
: changes successful break ins Y. Print plainly _Open to You. leep. Must be careful driver.
schools mathematics and other .forma reportedby NAME, ADDRESS and __ .
Phone
that the public : His classrooms were keynotedto ler, Vera Coxfield, Ingrid Bauk- ZONE COCKTAIL Waitress Over 25 years 374- 051

fail to educate between 50 and order, beauty and logic of subjects," Miss Wilson says. authorities were: ney and daughter, Paula Strawn BARGAIN! Big new 1944 Needlecraft old.GAtor Apply 633 in N.W.person to Thirsty 16 Work. Wanted Female
The house of Mrs. T. D. White, Catalog over 200 designs. 13th St.
80 cent of these children.Dr. Guided by these and similar and son, Peggy Grice, Albert
per organization. Special auditory only :25 cents! A must if you knit
2678H NW 8th St. Access gained RECEPTIONIST doctors office.
Deutsch lists these illus: training was given to help them philosophies, day nurseries Dasinger, William Fox, Alfred crochet.cents.quilt sew, embroider. Send General office work with typing COLORED lady would like to take
25 care of
by tearing a window screen. essential. 1 elderly person. 14 yrs.
trations of the deadly effect of: distinguish between sounds and could become far more than Hudson. SPECIAL VALUEI H COM- resident.girl Write office.Box PermaPent 441-A- experience as nurses' aide, S
No immediately discovered PLETE QUILT PATTERNS in deluxe days per wk. Phone
child's mind places for working mothers to c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age 371-474
a : I ,
poverty on sharpen their powers of con new Quilt Book. For beginners marital
status
and experience.
\ missing. experts. Send 50 cents nowl GIRL 17 wants work: for the sum
their kids. could
centration. Mirrors were hung deposit They i June 16, 196 WANTED lady experienced mer. Will work part time or
as
dry
be the tools for the permanent Fire Calls full time. Phon FR .52S6.. .
throughout the classroom to I cleaning checker. No phone calls.
'
lIc s 102- i permit the child the simple luxury -elimination of poverty and illiteracy At 6:25: p.m. yesterday, woods BIRTHSMr. 441 See Mr.SE 2nd Welch.St._Stocks' Cleaners, 17 Work Wanted Mali l .

I of looking at himself per- in the United States.do fire 2000 block west of :34th St.Fla. I. and Mrs. Foster, 2111 NE HOUSEWIVES. who says you can't .
have a business of your own? No MAN win do carpenter work
We Is 100 16th Terr., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. CLASSIFIEDDial Investment necessary. See Connie cleaning, painting and cement .
Bobbins, Hotel Thomas Tuesday, work. Can be contacted by .
Bob Faile, 2414 SE 12th Terr., a June It at 7:00 P.M. Phone. Satisfaction guaranteed.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. (AP) __Phone FR ,-IOU.
Join U.S. boy; Mr. and Mrs. Phil McDil- WAITRESS. good hours. good pay. :

_Minnesota's senior citizens, to Program da, 3020 NE 14th Dr., a boy; Apply Restaurant In person.14 S.W.Wonderhouse 1st St. behind -- 18 Schools & Institutions

Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Sholberg, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Loyless Hines, 914 Sears.WAITRESS.

will be looking over scores of NE 14th Ave., a boy: experienced, hours Ito SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW 4.
12 P.M. Apply In to Secretarial Courses Classes now
person .
greeting cards today as a reminder Humpty Oumpty Restaurant :310 forming. Howell's Business, Co- .

,,' of what that fuss was all Oi Job Traini ng for Youthfore i AD11J1TEDRobert 376.4672 WANTED N. W. tins St._Ladiesreadytowear lege 2l. W. Univ. Ave. FR 6.3501.MEN&womenltostotrainfor. .S

about. Smith, Joyce Shores CIVIL SERVICE .
Sholberg had his 102nd birthday Department Examinations. For Information .
harm than the Norma Jean Faile, Lillian Dun- send name, address I
wife her 100th Tues- TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida -! youth more good program begins.In Phone No.
I,, and his will take part in a national by making unemployment attractive other actions the Cabinet: kle, Foye Thomas, Amy Abbot, Manage Adams Key Training St.. Jacksonville.Service. 1U W.

day.Their Miss Clara program to curb unemployment ," he said. "The pro- Cancelled its Aug. 25 meeting Mancy Tatom, DalzeDe McDil- r. Excellent
t daughter, Paul FFURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
da Ann Gresham
: Sholberg, said her parents received -I of young people, Gov. gram can be better run under because of the Democratic Johnson, Peggy Emma Lacke Edith salary I benefits,
Announcements
scores of letters and Farris Bryant told the state the auspices of the state man National Convention in Atlantic Fort Sarah, Jones Jean Jackson and working con- :
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cards, "but they haven't had cabinet Tuesday. under the federal govern City at that time. Thelma Kelley, Mattie Mitchell dition. Must b e can For toe qualify workmanship
of them." said the State Indus ment." I Authorized a $4,519,900 contract 3 LOST & FOUND
time to look at any I Bryant all of Gainesville: Marlene experienced. Apply 372-6142
One of the messages came from trial Commission would join Superintendent of Public Instruction to the William Arnold Co. Bradley, Palatka; EverettHa'es LOST: Accutron watch alligator GAINESVILLE

President Johnson. I the U.S. Department of Laborto Thomas D. Bailey of Jacksonville for contruction bond. Coil FR 2- in person to UPHOLSTERY
Brooker; Betty Couey, 4465. ISM N.W. um $t.
There was an, all-day open] sponsor the Florida programfor told the cabinet he's in favorof of a reception-medical center High Springs; Mattie Cannon, Personnel Office, .Free Cstimaitt-nck M and

house for the couple who emigrated \ youth training and employ, the program but wants the at Lake Butler for the prison Chiefland 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE J. M. Fields Store.AAANAGER ethrery. .
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1870s. They were married in' will be financed by federal supervise all educational facetsof I Authorized $25,000 $15,000 DISMISSED terrtion Easy Way to nervous Driving School.or elderly.FR for beauty shop. MAnt....y. a fol FREE ESTIMATES ...

1886. All their eight children funds. it. Bailey said the Depart-.for buildings and improvements Hanah Esser and daughter, 7.7002.Lic.by5taiefFIa. lowing. Requirements: neat and FURNACES end Qualify

were here for the festivities. Under the plan centers in ment of Labor should not have at the Florida School for Mrs. Dorothy Savard Mrs. 6 SPECIAL NOTICESI good ability.personality.Write Box 440 Pay C-O based Gainesville en- Central Air

major cities will be opened to the responsibility of adminis- Boys at Marianna. Sun.

It's Habit assist youths in finding employment tering to the educational needsof Added $155,638 to the contract Mary Pierce, Lutye Willis and have new 19U model automate 12 MAl. Help Wanted Conditionersby71il
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and to help them gain Florida youths with H. L.. Coble construction daughter, Grahamn Gold wire. Zig ancdwnents Zag sewing needed machines.te do tfv No. n
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WALTON, Ky. (AP) Volunteer -additional education. The first The proposed program calls company for addi-: Cecil Freyermuth, Mrs.. Virginia buttonholes following decorative appliques* stitches monograms NEED Immediately, mechanics J2J.

firemen in Walton want.it Florida center is scheduled to for the use of the University of tional work on the Florida Bryan and son, George HaH, per mIL. blind U4JO hems.total Etc.price.SS7S US salary experienced group plenty insurance Of work, paid good va- leThally Best In Insulated equipment ducts.using designed trv

I this fall in Miami. Florida training center for Union building at the University cation. Phone Mr. Elrod. Service engineered and Installed
known they're .uP to date open as a Jane Alday, Randolph Coon, W. Univ. Ave. 37107S. Manager. FR 2-J433.

even if they. bought a 1918 fire Bryant told the cabinet that guidance personnel who will of Florida. Clyde Monroe, Peggy Gresham, I Baby Sftttra. CM4 Car PARTS, MAN. Permanent employmcvi byALL; AMERICAN HEATING
.truck. he'would further study the program staff the youth opportunity centers -Revamped the Citrus Commission giving?. Reply age experience hi own handwriting.. refer I AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Gloria Dover and daughter
The old vehicle was overhauled and present it to them throughout the state. The :, changing staff titles ; EXPERIENCED elementary school ences.'P. O. Box 303. CamesvUle. PH. 376-8258

and dolled up.. for .parades formally at another time. Board of Control and the Cabinet and creating 16 jobs at a salary Paul Busby, Lucille Valiant, acre teacher play to area.care Planned tor children.program 1, Dry Wall. Experience men. Hangers.,.,,.and Phone finobhcn. 1TN 24 NC Haw Or Senrfct* BlvC S:

and the like. 'We must be careful not to will have to permit this be- cost of $56,000. Amy Abbot, Nancy Tatom. 37J-7UO. FR 6.8107. .

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IDEAL for couple" or small family. N.E. 10th Ter. 3 BR. 1 bath, WORK SHOP SALE by Owner. 3 BR 2 bath red
2618
BY OWNER roomy 3 BR house Small 3 bedroom. CCB home. EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST RedfranksRealestate
CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR. IV* bath brick home. Low down payment.
to Littlewood School. closets. Nice sized CCB carport and utility room.
convenient Extra large
dining rrru, Fla. rm.. Ig. utll. Assume FHA mortgage. 2118 N.E.
balance $1&500. Has been central heat and paid-up pool
Is vacant
FHA now.
guaranteed yard.
THE TIME IS NOW and membership. Reduced for quick rm. fenced back yard near 15th Terr. FR -6-4060 or 2-1877.
Equity of $1450 for $450 down lived In only Tfi years. Small schools & churches. 372-8774. SPACIOUS
take over contract. Avail. 2 wks. down payment. small payments.To sale. Phone 372-5994. BY OWNER 3 BR house on large 2090 Square Feet
FR 24477.COMPLETELY. see phone FR 2-2740 after DO THIS UPit makes a top 2 BR frame freshly painted in & tree shaded tot. 1 bath central CENTRAL WOODED 93 X 144 Lot
out. Back shade heat & air cond.. Fla. Will AIR-CONDITIONING 3
4:00 PM. IVj porch. trees oak rm.
3 BR. plus baths plus
buy
2 bed- Bedrooms. 2 Baths. Paneled Den
furnished floors. terms $200 sell semMurn. Phone
dn. and $55 unfurn. or
RED BRICK SOUTHERN COLONIAL
room frame home. about 1500 IN NEWBERRY 3 BR Fla. Rm.. HW floors plus WW carpets. plus monthly. Located near Univ. Ave. 376-7298. Living Room, Dining Room Electric I
condition. Located 1 bath. kitchen. living rm.. dinIng sep. DR. plus pantry plus eat- Built In Kitchen, Large on'J acre of landSClpegrounds. <
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr Sq. Ft. in good bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. Immed. Entrance foyer liwlog
near bus line and Stephen rm. Block home with 2V4 in kitchen. plus draperies plus occupancy. See it and phone *- Family Room. Hardwood Floors.
Foster school at 822 N.W. 39th acres of land within city limits. fenced plus shrubbery. Plus 717 1. GLADYS SMITHFARM FR 2-1053. Open House 3-4 P.M room with fireplace.built-in separate
141 Price $14,000. Phone 472-2459. convenience to elementary high 1911 N.W. 11th Road dining room.
House to Rent? Ave.. on beautiful lot 100 x kitchen Florida room. J
schools and SUBTRAC1
Also car shed and work shop. $100 CREEKSIOE over ONE ACRE on shopping. NORTHEAST
Coun.try
SPACIOUS bedrooms.
selling and closing fees (its by
down payment. $100 month. $12 Hogtown Creek. Small frame 3 Bedroom 2 bath home many Picturesque 70 acres stream SEETHIS estate like living pear
000. Credit report required. call house. beautiful natural setting. owner) 5tt per cent. FHA-$97 built-in features on large lot. running through property. Per- Country Club. Asking only
incl. Til. CARRY
.
FR 6-2524 or 64730.5ROOM mo. your FHA financed-$500 down pay- manent Bahia pasture. 360 brand $24,500 and all reasonable of-
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS I FRAME house. screened MODERN. Cool and Convenient. own N.W.figures 19th Lane.as an Call offer 372-3784.to 71* ment. name Pecan tress pear orchard. spacious two story 4 bed- fers considered prior to July

porch reduced for quick sale. Littlewood-Westwood area. Cen- Brick farm home with full farm room 3 bath home with 2 sleepIng 1. Call 370117
tral Heat and Air-cond. Built In NORTHWEST equipment. 10 in Call
acres pine.
porches located In
$2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman a very desirable -
than the ad that will rentit kitchen. Closed two car garage 372-5393. NICELY FURNISHED J bedroon
YOU MORE 528-4384, Williston. GLADYS SMITH Close to school and shopping 3 bedrooms NE neighborhood. ONLY
3 bedroom, 2 bath. 2 bath home with famIly $16,000 with $1200 DOWN. frame home on over an acri
FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. room. This is a very nice home ONE ACRE of land convenient to Medical
home located in Westmoreland BUSINESS LOCATION. Retail busIness SERENOLA ESTATES for the growing family with only Wooded lot. close to Littlewoodand 54'" DOWN bedroom masonry Center. Everything like
or Professional Office. $1,500 down payment. home with built In new. Total Price Sf,2M with
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Lovely residential lots new school Westwood Schools. Four bed oven and
2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family House can be converted. Lot <5 opening In September priced from rooms. 2 baths.. Florida Room range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 terms. MAKE AN OFFER. PLOW
N. W. 10th Ave. REDUCED
150. 509
Rm. & living Rm., dining area. x S3500. Call 372-5393. enclosed porch. two fireplaces. per month.
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU $1000 below FHA Appraisal. DAN BYRD throughout. DOWN PAYMENT and monthly -
your Central heat, built-in kitchen Including Cypress panelling
Cozy cottage with fire less than rentSeveral
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra Dishwasher stove Inc. Call 372- $500.00 DOWN-Large 2 bedroomtwo payments ,
place. Low down payment. Can available Northwest
walk to schools. close to ASSOCIATES INC 5393. story frame home near Kirby .
EVERY DAY until it is rented : U of F &. medical center FHA be rented. range nice and large oven. fireplace.home built-in New Jack DeYot Realtor Smith School. ONLY $40.00 or for Northeast.details. Call 374-M17

22700. Down payment $1,700. FHA commitment. Call 3725393for Associates PROFIT per month.
Immediate occupancy. Drive by ALACHUA REALTYAssociates an appointment. Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway Earn while you live In this two Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor!
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler Christine Stone condition home. WE HAVE several! 3 bedroom 2
stOry. tip-top
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. ]
: Brothers, 372-9545 da'ly 3769043night. (25 N. W. 13th Street Apartment upstairs and downstairs bath homes with central heat air
Member Multiple Listing 80 ACRESPlus 372-2511 conditioning and Florida room In E. "Bill" Harris. Associate
635 N. E. 1st St. 3262448Arie 3 bedroom 2 bath home three large rooms for
Call night or day the Littlewood School the
area.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day 3 BR. 2 bath horn with screenedin T. Smith. Realtor central' heat oak floors 20 miles rentals. All furnished. Priced at Gainesville High School areas and 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-M1
porch carport pool member- Mabel L. Gore. Associate from Gainesville. 15 acres pecan McKINNEY $18,000 with good financing. Closeto Idylwild. Res. 374-2927 or 372-7943

$50 mo. . $1.66 per day ship. $550 down take up payment grove 45 acre permanent pasture downtown and .new Federal ._ .
per Call 3725393.GLADYS
'EM OVER bldg.
LOOK
I of $87 per mo. Phone 372-1038. 20 acres unimproved. Tractor GREEN $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom .
.
: mower harrow fertilizer distributor. 2 bath E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
home in
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 masonry
$1.83 day .
Call SMITHRealtor
$55 per mo. .-u u. per bath. Central heat central air 1-$750 DOWN & move right Into 3725393.GLADYS DEATONREALTORS Westwood. Large corner lot.

cond. Northwest. $19.000. Call this sparkling clean 3 BR, 1 bath JR. \

$60 per mo. .-. . $2.00 per day 376-2927. CB Stove.home Ref.at 527&. N.Dishwasher W. 36th Drive.Included SMITHRealtor Associates: Griffin John Merrill Homes. Lot*. Income. Bus-

$60 Month. New CB home. low Littlewood School. Pricedat NortheastOne Anna Hinson Ben Incas and Lake Property.Farms ,
down payment. See at 210 S. E. Associates: Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes and Acreaje.
$65 mo . $2.16 per day only 12000.
per u bedroom Multiple Listing Realtor
20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- 2-SMALL DOWN PAYMENT and Anna Hinson Ben Griffin compact MASONRY E. C. "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr. '
4692. Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes HOME on a corner lot for the WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD MULTIPLE LISTING
C3* N. MAIN ST.
this BRAND NEW 3 BR 2
$70 mo. . $2.33 per day own Member Multiple Listing YOUNG married couple. Completely -
per to schools. 3 Associates
NW SECTION 3 BR 2 bathS. bath luxury home on V acre Walking distance : Marcella Pardi FR -2032 Broker FIt 1-6544 \1
large carport & utility rear terrace lot at 3669 N. W. 16th Ave. Cent. furnished including electric BR. 2 baths home in Skyline W. H. Buchannan
range and refrigerator-Tile _.__.__._ ____
Heights. Study hardwood floors.
$2.50 day excellent condition. Good airconditioned. Beautiful builtin -- u
$75 per mo. . per bath. All this for $6.700-call FR. built-in & oven. Cent. scafflnafiqllnn1sufflusussmmhIffihIm.ne'
terms. 372-5756. elec. kitchen. Family room. Double range
carport. Lawn sprigged and PARRISHPRESENTS 2-3617 heat. Shaded back yard. Call
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day For Sale by owner 3 large bedrooms landscaped. Priced to sell at 376- 862.

Florida room. hardwood 23500. Good Value LITTLEWOOD AREA I COMPARE i
floors. 2 full tile baths. CCB I'THESE
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day home. 17000. 1110 N.W. 36th 3-CONVENIENT schools at 607 to N.W.shopping 19th Ave.and You will find In this 3 B. R. 1 bath 4 B R. 3 bath, 2050 sq. ft. living
Ave. FR 2-1265. home in the Northwest area. Only area central heat built-in kit.
3 BR. 2 baths. large LR with
$400 down and $88.00 a month- 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day WHY PAY RENT? fireplace. Fla. room. Unusual and Call FR. 23617Income
New homes 59.500. 3 bedroom tile attractive In and out. For only A PERFECT HOME beautiful and 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. I HOME VALUES I
bath $65 per month. Located on $17,500. See it. spacious for gracious living. I located school. Ideal for Ig. family. or
$95 per mo. . 3.16. per day S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some .-$750 DOWN & LOW monthly in a choice Westside location I PropertyIf family and elderly persons. I BEFORE YOU BUY I 'lI
Trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372. payments on this like-new 3 BR. this 4 bedroom. 3 bath home Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 .
$100 mo. . $3.33 per day 1 bath home at 2131 N. W. 55th with swimming pool and lovely you are looking for a show propertywith N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893.
per LEAVING TOWN will sell my 3 an Income let us you Ih.BE HjjjJlUlllllldl1JllllllllllllllJ1llll! !
Terrace. cent. heat, nice kit.. patio. living room with fireplace. E
BR, 2 bath cent. heat built In this nice 2 story duplex FullyfurnlshedSI75.00 I
pretty yard. paved street. Pricedat separate dining room large famIly
kitchen home. You can say. and included per month In- EYES RIGHT! I SAVE!
only $10,900. room carpets drapes -
$1500. Call FR 2-3826. come. Good condition and location The following art ready far g
loads of
storage space.
is
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR BY OWNER. Mason Manor 3 BR. central heat and air conditioning. -Paved streets-The price investigate See real dream living In Shadow occupancy. e I
should
2 bath cent. heat built-in kit.. UNIVERSITY reasonable. You Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
Call FR. 2-
before buy.
huge screen porch. paved dead- ELEGANT & EXPRESSIVERe- 3617 you D. Oliver. BIdr.Ph. IIIUIIIIIIHHH..W.HA..AH..H D DNW
end street. shaded lot, reasonably lax and enjoy life and your family FR 2- 866 00 3330 & 3320
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS priced. Phone FR 2-2378. 'REALTY in this 3 bedroom two bath ASSOCIATESJ. West on NW 39th Ave. past S 30th Avt. "

3464 N.W. 10th Ave. (Lib I by home. Large living room wall to Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. the Glen Springs intersec 5; 1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR. 1 bith JJOO dn '77.
Heights). Owner moving out of 1115 .N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. wall carpet and brick fireplace.modern J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire tion. See sign en left. g 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $9< per mOo
Separate dining
state. must sell one year old M. Munroe Realtor room Multiple Listing I s per month.
Associates S. E. McLaughlin kitchen. plus a lovely screened 1
home. Quality construction. CCB
patio and central heat & air 4617 SE lit PI.
Frank Roby Roy McCannT. con-
3 large BR. 2 full baths. :34 ft. I 2024 NE 16th Ter.
ft. C. Douglas. Jr. ditioning. 4608 SE 2nd PI.
living room. 23 x 14 ft. kitchen-
18 Schools & Instructions 30 PETS & SUPPLIES family room screened porch overlooking 5 H 3 BR, 2 bath. $350 dn., SM 3 BR. 1 bath, 1400 dn, ;
this month.
LIKE NEW lovely 4 bedroom per wr mo. !
enclosed garden area. FORDYCEREALTOR 2 bath home nice ,
contemporary
work shop. 2-car carport. 2355 S&fce UII&1
ENGLISH shepherd Good sq. ni
puppies. fenced In back yard with patio. 1115 NE 5th St.
303 38th
ft. Central heat hardwood floors. SE St.
for watch. and FR
stock pets.
Real Estate Exam family room beautiful built in
g 3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn., $II
2-0033. wooded lot 100 x 140. Ideal location Immediate 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. )
kitchen owner leaving town. -
3= month.
per
COURSE for growing family. 1 block Aic"cftcmk per mo. 92
ATTEND First lesson free. 33 LOTS FOR SALEOR Littlewood Elementary. 3 blocks occupancy. !
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLL&wE: Westwood JHS. 4 blocks "300 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -Own- 3236 NW 29th Ave.
COLLEGE. 21S W. Univ. Ave Swim. Club." Priced to sell low20's. er leaving town and must sell-. jl 7 ? 3 BR. 2 bath SttO dn, S9I
FP 6-3507 375-37J7. SALE lake lot on Red Water. FR 2-8011. Afternoonswill 4 bedroom 2 bath living room. I Norwood per mo.
7 Miles from Hawthorne. $3,500. family room built In kitchen and
SAVE be enloyable on the shady patio
28 Livestock & Supplies Phone FR 2-3S2X
of this 3 bedroom. 2 bath screened porch. Central heat and 3301 & 3311

2Vj acre wooded home sites near home on West University Avenue. central air conditioning. I .Hope"H" NW 30th Ave. .
new Myra-Terwilliger school By BUY FROM Separate living room and dining
4 BR 2 bath $600 dn Mt.
WANT TO SEE your hogs properly owner. Terms may be arranged. room almost 1700 sq. ft. of liv. WALKING DISTANCE TO FINLEY
finished on dry lot or pasture. Phone 376-6343. ing area. Beautiful lawn and on SCHOOL, pleasant 3 bedroom per mOo
then try CPA Cooperative Mills a large corner lot. Only 21800. home on a nice 110 x 154 lot In.Coed i Inc.
12 pet. Porkmaker meal or pul 34 Waterfront BUILDER Call Fordyce & Associates Inc., In Florida Park owner
PropertyON W (jree
lets. Special for June. FMX 376-1236. leaving town. Village IIRIIIEIIIIIDIlIIIIIIWIIItnwlllllllUUUII!
We
I Trade Homes
Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR 3 bedroom. IMi bath. Pay only
2-1095 or 4612105. THE GULF $80 per month including taxes New Westside restricted residential 't or Property
White Pillars ;
FOR SALE Black Angus bull and Insurance. Wooded lot on subdivision acre lots paved Ten model homes from .
calves. I.* months not registered. Cedar Key Shores safe dead-end street. Perfect for exemplify the beauty of this spa streets. Inside lots $3950 corner llwll82mBB1mBiwnnmmn FOR RENT
Call FR 2-4679 after 7:00 If Other Properties young growing family. No money cious :3 bedroom. 2 bath home in lots 4250. Select your homesitenow I $13,925 $17.000No
before the next Increase. ALL OUR HOMES 124 Sf 7th St.
P.M. down to qualified Vets. Only Littlewood Estates. Equipment In- down VA ARE
David AndrewsCedar $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot cludes drapes in the large master money OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .
FOR SALE Light-weight West no. 67.Advanced. bedroom: dishwasher. built-in $450 down FHAEDWARDS SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath
ern saddle. good condition. $35. Key 3841 oven and surface unit and garbage M.M.PARRISH. YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease $,S per M..
Call FR 2-1392. Design 3-2. One of Gaines disposal. Located on a dead 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
ONE milk cow and one golden ville's most advanced home de end street so traffic is at a min 6-5301 or FR e-7989
palomino. S years old. Phone Reg. Broker, specallzlng In. signs. Eye level built-in oven imum. Only 25900. Call For
4J1-2121. Hawthorne. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. and range In kitchen. Breakfastbar. dyce & Associates. Inc., 376-1236.
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melros., Walk-in closets. Terrauo -

30 PETS & SUPPLIES GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL. floors. Large rear lot with fence Split Levelliving &. ASSOCIATES INC.H. .
lot on back line. Save nearly $1,000 HUGH INC.
on the Suwannee Wayne Hill Helen Graham I
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- on this one. $15,150 $500 down Is delightful in this 4 bed- Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish ,
SILVER Miniature Poodle. 2 female 6160. FHA $94 month includes all. room. 2 bath home In the N.W. n Butler Bros. BuildersInvites
and 1 male. 7 wks. old. Ask for lot no. 2. section. Equipped with drapes 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375
shots. etc. Registered *1CC. Phone JUST over one acre. heavily wooded throughout. paneled entry birch 2837 NE. J5thI Street ,
376-0872. Lake Ann. 20 miles from Home Sacrifice 4-2 cabinets. large reception room PH. 376-7971
Model
Gainesville. SO front feet on clear N.W. Section. MUST SELL BR, I
and beautiful oak floors. Almost
lot with hundreds of : :
BASSETTS. AKC. Pedigree. long lake. $3500 with $1500 down and Huge corner 3,000 sq. ft. of living area avail 2 bath, low equity I take pay 1
line of champions. Bill Ruff. $50 per month, or $3.000 cash. 376- dollars in additional landscaping.Take able and only $26,500. Call For. ments. Phone 376-0879 after 5:30 Youto
Ph. 629-6094 or Route 2 Box I 1123 after S P.M. I week-ends. sidewalk to public or pa. &. P.M. I
Inc 376-1236.
dyce Associates
21-C. Ocala.SIAMESE Donald Manser. rochial schools. Save big moneyon -
this one. Lot no. 2... ..!
KITTENS. Reg. lilac, I
Beat
blue d choc. PT. Champ. Lilac 35 Houses for Sole
&. reg. blue &. choc. Males at HUGH EDWARDS the heat In this centrally air conditioned
stud. Ph. Wllllston 5214<<1. 4 bedroom 2 bath homeIn Palm View Estates
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath INC. the N.W. section.. Almost 2.- WIN THIS HOME
BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle. weeks carport and utility room. $9,000. 000 sq. ft. Includes separate liv-
old. AKC registered. Call FR 2- $450 down. $65 month. Phone FR 2837 N.E. 15th Street ing room dining room. Florida
7258 after 1:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. 2-3355 days. FR 6-4311 nights. 3767971BY room and beautiful floors. Fenced

,- all day.REGISTERED. WELL located home for sale. Owner OWNER. leaving town. 3 BR. back yard and spacious lot. Can
beagle pups. Ideal graduated and will give Immediate 2 full baths. LR. Fla. rm.. DR., be yours for only $24,000. Call A new community of distinctive
for pets or hunting. Sire & Dame occupancy. R e cently breakfast rrn. & tile kitchen landscaped Fordyce & Associates. Inc., 376- ----- ,- -kwT41s -, ,.-
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of these pups are deer running painted. and In excellent condI- &. fenced yard. Over 2- 1236. -_ 4 \ --- -' -- -' -': Is homes in the fashionable

Beagles. Both may be seen. Also tion. Why pay rent when you 000 sq. ft. living area. Plus 2 car Northwest. ,
one 18 month old male Beagle.A. can pay less to own. 376-4055. garage. $21,900 with good terms. Swimmingpool A
B. Cellon. Jr.. Ph. 376-5555. 1242 N.E. 6th Ave. 912 NW 36th Dr. FR 6-6134 '
and a lovely brick home with '
L .four bedrooms. 3 baths are yours : Featuring :
for only S36.000. A spacious liv. .
IN THE -
ing room. Florida room. a delight.
FVN ful kitchen and all centrally air- FHA homes from
conditioned. Do call Fordyce &.
Associates Inc., 376-1236 to see

this one. $16,000-$20,250 1

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Real Estate Exchangers VA Loans Available
Multiple Listing Realtors
SUNBOATS Grace S. Fordyce. Broker
Dudley Goulden Associate
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA Harvey Benton, Associate
926 W. Univ. 376-1286

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CHARGE 725 N. Main 372-3537 bedroom, 1- 1", home. 4417 you for and their
The Heart Of East Gainesville" E. University Ave. walking Hundreds of other valuable prizes too. And nothing to buy. All you is planned professional men

FRANK PHILPOTTS distance to Lake Forest have do is in the Sweepstakes when families.
Check with Charlie Schools. Price Jl 1.500. $500 to enter your name Tappan you

SPORT CENTERHome FR ,21791.ADVERTISE List of Classifications to choose down and STtJO per month. visit our model home.TAPPAN I
of HUNTER Fiberglass from Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy FERNWOOD MODELS
Fishing Boats.MCCULLOCH Jr. Day FR 7290.. nights FR i'
Motors. MURRAY 4-5015. Office corner N. MainQuality Built-in appliances as featured on
Trailers and JACKSON Sailing Skiing Swlmmlng-Dlvlno. and 23rd Blvd.
Canoes.Where. from
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Quality Sells ItselT

Safety Items.Gof"Iftg .
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FR 1-5011 or FR 64593 Equipment.
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OCCUPANCY
Baseball Equipment. model home on NE 1st Ave. in IMMEDIATE
ALACHUA COUNTV N.W. 16th Ave.

Sun Want Ads ONLY JOHNSONSEA DEALER Where t* Fish I 3 MODELS

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I Wednesdy. June 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 35

40 Business Properties 45 Fur.isfcel A?*., 48 Hones for had Unfurn. -5 a Wee For Sale. -

H I CLASSIFICATION 'INDEX FORDYCE RENTALSCall I I < 77 Mobil Ho..e for Sal 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE DODGE-DART

FOR SALE LOOKING FOR A FOR RENT one bedroom furnished our agency to find the house CLEAN your rugs I upholstery 1964, 4 ooor air Chevrolet DODGE TRUCKSPOOLE.GABLE
Colt.o.
SOUND INVESTMENT? .Duplexapt. apartment near Univ. & Alachua you wish. Many listed. Also with amazing Lustre Fo Use SPECIAL II, Nova. equip
:: ., l.mlle west of Melrose. 25 General Hospital. $65 month. our applicator free. Best.'
apartments furnished. Home 104 x Lot for mobile lowest priced buy in
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISES I min. from Gainesville. Access tosemipf'lvate Available June 15th 102 NW 7th Beautiful Furniture. 1703 N. MainSt. 2 h.S10. p.. Call FR 372-
S.
Mile off
: 1 U MemerUei lake as well as large St. Phone 3767955.FURNISHED.oir FORDYCEASSOCIATES 5032 evenings. 65 das
t. SCar< ., TkAsks n Waate- .. BITMtthtacry Lake Santa Fe. Priced reason Prairi For appointment call 119 SE First Avt.
a lA.a ,. P4 12 Tecta E ably at 12000. G. P. Rippey conditioned INC. THE best costs less. Heat water 6-3 EXTRA clean cars $95 to $595. 90 3724343GAINESVILLE
.... ... U 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 for less with Philgas. from Fuil- day 50-50 guarantee. No downpayment
;. 4 Pcr ..nle.. Balldlar JfaUrUta Melrose, Fla. Phone 475-5571 opts., under construction. 1941 Great Lakes Mobile Home. 10 1
:. I Travel InfermsUosi .4 Hoeieh 14 Geeda Avail. Sept'1.1. $100 pet 3 BR 2 bath Florida room. 1202 gas. Inc. 376-5392. Ft. wide with 8 x 12 expanded ly small H&H weekly or
payments. Motors
< 8 eeUl Netiees C5 A.U...< 41 Residential Income month. Call Wayne Mason NW. 42nd Ave. S'l0'per mo. 3 Now Specializing In Better living r$500 for 83200 equity SE 3rd Ave. Phone rt"l
i. tYI.rlst.a M MUe. Far 81* BR. 1 bath. SOS N.E. loth Place. out Ladies.. Ito and payments. Call D
.. Easy Bitters. ClCJ Care n TradJ. r.iUtt 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- S ERNEST TEW REAL- $100 per mo. Call McKlnney Dress Cl. Each. Exceptional 4832 Keystone Height HERE is t one you've been '
a Places Te Ge Art Artlclea WaaleJ TY. 3766461. Green Inc. Realtors. FR 2-3617. By private '
ioining rental property. 200 ft. DIXIE SUPER ling Or
For Sale 1 BR air funt.trailer AUTO SALES
MILL -
TUngs T. Bee.AUTOMOTIVE n P..i on Wee* frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd DISCOUNTS.' 1st Ave c R 8. H. .

19 Beats .- Marine E,..,. Ave. Will sell together or sepa. 1 4-rooms CLEAN well kitchen furnished bath. 2nd: floor. 49 Rooms For Rent nue. cellent condition.A enclosed FR caban. Ex.6-1 new tire good mechanical condition 1007 N. Main St.
n porch. $75 .
C..JI Heat. 2I $300 cash. Phone
Ha
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I q rately. 314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- frat
S. tt Alr **. BaleaKeeUbTT '7t Office 1:,...,... 4752. nice per,month.air conditioned 1 extra large extra ROOMS single and double on WILL SELL swim club member A and 4-12 P.M. 376-9928. I Phone FR 1.61
,
S MekOe Beeies far Bale n Healcal aterckaa4UaeREAL $125 month. L, J. Moratto.1 bedroom.FR bus line. walking distance to town. ship at reduced price or trade BELIEVE IT '62 VOLKSWAGEN hi excellent condition Northcentrol Fli'.

78 Treeke (er Bale 42 Farms fir Acreage 2-4957 morning. noon or night. kit. privileges If desired. 376- for Phone partial payment on used. car. with extras; $150 and assume I Largest
7S Tracks W....* 2877. 37611 paymerts. Phone FR 6-3512. Dealer

80 Traeters Track: BeeUlsn ESTATE FOR SALE ACREAGE 1 I BEDROOM. upstairs or completely downstairs furnished IN NEW MODERN HOME modern 1964 II Zag. looks and sews like ORNOTSave 1957 Ford Station wagon, good Inpnt
Trailer XeataU near 10 x 46 2 BR.furnished
furniture dbl. bed.. private stitch automatic transmission ra
S3 Late far shopping center. See at (12 N.W. n. mrlm fan $6o 'ires
U Metereyeles Beeeters Sato $3195. $350.40 down
bath. Rent single or double to cx. buttons rebuilt engine. $300.
I S. 8* Ast ..bt1. Bepslra M Waterfront rrepcrtr Appr. 46 acres near new country 10th Ave. or phone -3549.. $75 bonholes.. J per month. hater.
must be Phone
men. gentlemen. Only or 6
U He club Suitable for apt. sites or per mOo dam mes. 1. SO Ph 376
88 AnUachlUS for Bale ** for Bale 376-0814. payments .372- Or 50 models to choose from PAINTJOB
88 Bwa. CsnfDUCATVJNAL M CelUces 7., Sal fine homes. NICE 2 BR turn. ept. with private 2051. 1 1962 Austin Healey, Mark it. $200
87 Real Estate Exekaate4J E bath & entrance. Large front Rooms for male students near came TRAILER MARTHWY. equity. Take up payments. Can
38 Real EiUte Waited 12 acres W. of Gainesville on pave- porch. hot & cold water furnished. pus summer rates. By week or SINGER SLANT NEEDLE 17 PHONE 3231050SUNDAYS fee seen at Kentucky Fried Chicken. -

11 Bekeels iBstrsctles S* Oat .1 T... rrepert/ ment. $680000 $58 per mo. Ph. 2-9704. or month.22726.SEMIPRIVATE Kitchen. & maid service.FR Fully I I guaranteed buttonholes 1 TO 6 '

18 Mule. DaBetaf. 40 Bailaeii Properties 80 acres near Gainesville, good 2-9195 darns & m Like new. ol EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 1962 Belairt CHEVROLET, tar
41 BesMeitlal .
laeoae air' conditioned of Information call after
20 Waata4laatneUaan 11. o $10 :
land. $165.00 acre 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. 372-54
49 Farm Acreage Near rooms for rent, term 3-B $65 including 220DBL. 3.00 P.M.

EMPLOYMENT 5152 43-1 Celered? '?Property? > ..Rentals SaJea MARY MOELLER REALTOR 15th St.University.or call. See 2-4447.at 411$60 N.W.per FR 2-6078.utilities. Call FR 6-2773 or BED $35 reii chair SEEThe 1964 Chevrolet Impala. new 2300 I $3995At

Werk Wante Male 10lf W. UnIVersity FR -447f me. 1' corner ta 11 table. miles, A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost.

18 W.rk W..te. Female RENTALS S NICE room also small efficiency. Ig. h desk $8. NEW S X 36' Me Phone FR 6-4404. John Baldwin.
... NEWBERRY Twin .. 16
14 Sales Help Waited EAST SIDE beds. private bath en Phone FR 6-17 bedroom home.
IMPALA SS Hard Top. PG I
18 B ls Hale er Female 8 Acres. mostly Bahla pasture trance. $55 month. 865 N.W. 31st 192.
.
L 41 CetUtes Far Belt Only $2.000. Call or See. Ave. FR 20779. HOTPOINT $30. West Trans W Tirs. PS PB. I Ifac
12 Male Help Wsete4JDrsMSUe GARDENAPARTMENTS refigeator. .t
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41 F.rmUkti Apt. H. Extra clean. !
S. E. SAPP REALTOR $40. In very HAWES-POWERS
LARGE room at 1228V W. University Ihs ele I
4( Uafaraliked Phone FR 2-0149.
Apt
\ U Female hip Waited 47 nausea fir Rent Firm. NEWBERRY. FLA. Ave. Hot and cold water Ph. conditi About 8 Jr old MOBILE HOMES BODY SHOP

T 48 B..... for Real Cnf $57 furnished. $35 for I persons 2 37'01. BUTS .1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard
are. Fordyce Acreage per month up 611 S.W. 3rd St.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* K*.mk far RealM person $40 month. FR 6-2641 orS IT'S inexpensive 'to clean rugs INC top coupe air conditioned
15 Fcrm Etalpmeat Rate Eeems I 100 Acres fenced end cross fenced. Gainesville's Finest 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. and upholstery with Blue Lustre. 4 speed transmission. Car FR 2-0538

:27 Feed Fertilizer 81 M.... BenUUI1A Nice 2 bedroom home. 12 miles Furnished or unfurnished Single room adlacent to bath. Use Rent electric shampooer SI. Me- Open t A 3761 P.M. Closed is parked Univ.
28 UvetUck BippUelSO from town, |lust off pavement. Daniel) Furn. Co. o Cit
Waited of
Ta RealU Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart refrigerator and telephone. 1416 Sunday. N.at city limits
Bank lot. See
II LaadMala Tsp "U Border Waited $27,90000. ment. 309 NE fth St. Phone 376- N.W. 12th Road. FR 6-2896. from Gainesville Livestock parking .
Pets Supplies U Office Desk Space 9600. PORT. ice clt. $12 6 ft. Market. Foster or Mr. Johnson at
I 103 The most beautiful roilIng AIR CONDITIONED &
U LlTesUck Waste 4* Bulgeis acres. corner room folding ; plastic
JUnUU land with permanent pasture. FURNISHED 2 large rooms first for graduate or mature woman lounging cot. $5; Call 372- 2 Bedroom trailer 2 with aluminum the bank. -

TV* miles. $450 per acre. floor private bath. and entrance. I student $35 per mo. 1216 NW 4871. cban. air conditioned
FINANCIALl SERVICE I 708 E. Univ. 3rd Ave. or call 372-9725. shady lt. Town & Country 86 SWAP CARS
M Bulaeii Oppertenltles 22 Special Service. :3 acres wooded road frontage perfect NIKON F with 50 mm F-l.4 Nikker- Lot p. FR OUR BEST BUY
87 M.n.. te Lea 13 Bm Impr.Tementi for mobile home. $1,800 cash. AVAIL. June 15. Alr-cond. aerial. MEN-Women. Rooms and apart S lens and Photomic G2. 66
88 Hertf if es Z4 Badle TT No children, no pels. .65. 406 NE ment. Near Campus. 102 NW 13th used. $265. FOR SALE 1958 HICKS trailer WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile I In
Berries
l St. Phone FR 6-2937 or 376-1082. eutoSI .C with 11 cabana, BR fur.nished ,
6th St. x 3 excellent condition with !
I' Motor
M.i.t WsateJ SS AppIUace A Faraltue We have the most productive farm Z air 3 kim pre VW $1395
washingmachine In
for Jeep like condition
In Alachua County. With every. 2 Room, bath apartments. Adults. LARGE cool divided room 12x22 m movie camera mm- cition. tire 62
.
... thing needed for Row Crop>> Farm. couple or 2 gentlemen close In. private entrance and shower 40 mm F-1.7 Can zoom lens, yad. Lated It Phone 7441 Cedar Key.
plus Irrigation system. Let us tell reasonable. Phone 2-4056 304 N.E. quiet residential area. Ideal for automatic battery Archer Pd. Par '60 VW $1040
; 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Sal. you about this.Fordyce 4th Ave.CLEAN couple or students utilities and drive and per zoom. Brand 7317. 87 Automobiles Wonter
linens Included. Phone 2-3191 or new. $150. Chlu at FR 1961 Great Lakes Mobile Ho. '
Associates living room lust refurnished 7-8903 6-3261. Ext.. 7 or FR 23241. 10 Ft. wide with X expanded CARS WANTED. 195034Fords 59 VW $995
3 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 newly painted. 1 BR apt. living 12 for & Chevrolets. Herndo Service
BEDROOM 1 bath CCB. screenad at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 21" walnut TV. Ex 150 A .
JWK porch air conditioned central per 51.A Wanted To Rent Airln consl wind $3200 equity and take pay Station '
mo. Immed.
Phone $95. Large
heaK 2502 43 Colored occupancy. celent conditi ments. Call KeYltoneHeights.
N.E. 12th Street FR Property 4-2472. Weseman Realty. $10. Phone D
fan .
24729. FAMILY of three wants 2-3 bed- co.
FOR RENT Duplex apartment room house below $100. Five 6 afer VOLKSWAGENMILLER
i ; 372-8404 LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 ball, Ig. I COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. year resident here. Phone 2-291X
Walnut D. Dresser. Mirror, chest 4 door $995
.
Comet
IT with fireplace 61 ,
and
D.R.. built apartments. large living Phone FR 2-4386.
BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. I In kitchen, enclosed patio 2 car dining area modern kitchen with I APT. to rent or house to buy or B. C. Bed. slightly used.....8995 8 Motorcycles & Scooters' 61 Comet 4 door $1095

Space..design, quality and custom carport. central air-cond. and fan. large storage closets terrazzo 2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room. rent. Will pay rent or monthly Coil spris" up.........6.00 2 door $1195
Falcon
details throughout. Lovely' large heating. Near schools. Priced to floors tile baths space heater living room and private bath. payments of $70 or less. Preferably up..10.0 C52 ,
S to?. Mere expensive than tne selL 3505 N.W. 13th Ave. Tel. and hot water heater. facilIties _Phone 3766512.EFFICIENCY 'In nice white neighbor COX 6 Main MUSTANG Spial. mel" per 61 Falcon. 4 door $995

.. average price range but you 2-4795. for washing machines and APARTMENTS. S50month. hood. Ph. 3724477. 8 A A. to 5 feet b s. to 64 Comet convert. $2895

,....... will agree this house Is more Florida Park. CCB home, oak strip paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Phone 481-2380. P.M. 63 ZIG ZAGMACHINE be 12th.ppeciated.. 524. 16 W I 58 DcSoto 2 door $395
than worth It. Ter. or call for appointment 372- 37'97.
floors, :3 8
TWO ACRES In the woods with the ing room with R. 2 bath. large liv. 5321 or 372-5322. EMALE student wanted to share 52 Boarders Wanted COWABUNGAI I 63 English Ford $995
most In fireplace separate modn. 5 rm. furn. apt. with same. BROWN Ford Cortina $1895
: contemporary styling; Harley 165 Met. Purple 64 E.
dining Machine
room Fla. room kitchen HOMES FOR SALt 1943 Model Zig Zag re- 5 .
; overlooks e creek. five bedrooms. with built $25 per mo. Uti!. incl. 2 blks. ROOM and Board for girls. Private cond. Krash Helmet I. Falcon . $695
in stove.and dishwasher. 2 8. 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. 4 from town. Ph 376-8804. Balance $3888 or I 1030 E. Univ. -U .. 60
S handsome fireplace, mod e rn Central oil heat window air SE 'Ttti Ave. Some no down pay bath. Washing Machine. Phone pMs. Phone FR 237NICE Windshield. S Call FR 6-7047 FR 2-3582 61 FiotllOOScdan .
S kitchen. Not quite completed ERY FR 6-6083.
conditioners. Situated ment. Some small down attractive spacious tip..talra _
on heavily pay 1963 OUCATI motorcycle, 125 cc., $195
I end e steal at $1 ,5oo.00. wooded large lot .with lovely pa- men Monthly payment $57 .to 2 BR furnished apartment. 5000 miles. excellent condition 55 Ford wagon .
i Substantial cash payment required. tio. Price $29,000 with substantial $45. Also. homes built on your Only $70 per month. FR 6-5270. 54 Business Rentals Cedar Wardrobe. Very good regularly by FOR THE 61 Ford Goloxio

S down payment. 1414 N.W. lot for no down payment. 705 N.E. 2nd St. condition. $40. Come by 1035 N.E. maintain $215. c CORREC 4 door . $1495
FOR $$15,250 FHA evaluation Phoe .
-, can fJl a four bedroom, two bathhouse you 14th FR Ave. appointment only. Builder Call TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR 2-4125 ONE BR 212 SW 7th St. $75 GARAGE space tor rent rrlll 6U' Realtor $.W. 3th Place.CUSHMN. 2-8818 after 5:0. TIME .' 59 Ford 4 door $495
2nd St. Call John M -
: In the LIttlewood per mo. Call McKinney Green. frame. com
area. Spacious Fit 21494. Highlander 56 Ford station wagon
_
: living room and separate Inc. Realtor FR 23617. tires perfect condi FR 2.1411
62063.M
44 Cottages for Rent 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 60 Merc. Monterey $99
dining 374-3X22.
room parquet. Appoint. FURN. Apartments close In. private tion. $25. Phone
.
56 Business Opportunities
.. mint only. baths & entrances. 1 Courtesy Of 63 Mercury <
.. SEVERAL lovely lake homes for $60; 2 small $35. No children large. IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILYIS CONDITIONING. 'Tuna Breexewoy ... $2850
or up
EXCELLENT downtown Sincia I r University Chevrolet
FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage all HARD OF HEARING encourage -
sale. These round residences -
ere year
.. within easy, commuting GRACIOUSS electric, tile shower good ventilation _pets. 3763634.FURNISHED Service Station -open and do- him to enjoy the benefit of a Special, $2.50 for performancetest. N. Main St. 63 Peugoet 404 $1995
., distance. located on Santa Fe 2 Bedroom mobile Ing business will lease to responsible hearing aid. Visit GAINESVIlLE AH makes and models. _. :. at l.tl Ave.
.
Charming C. Brick 2V4 bath liv Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2. home. private lot. water furn. $55 party with adequate HEARING AID Today. Ha wet Powers Motor Co., Air
J. W. ing rm. Dining rm, Family m. $16,. per mo. 2027. NW 32nd PL FR capital. Sinclair Refining Co. N. Main Street. FR 62 Conditioning Servicing C e n t e r.
Modern kit. with dining area. 6-1180. Phone FR 6-0222-or 2-6512. 65. 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- CRANELNCOLN.MERCURY
KIRKPATRICKRealtor dbl. carport Ig. COMER'S Lake View Beach on SEWING MACHINE 2561. Value Rated
shady lot. 3 bl.
Big Lake Santa Fe now open I FURNISHED apartment chil- 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W.
no '
.: from U. *f F. campus -Call den Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity 196- Mel Dial -O-Matic Zig Zag. SPECIAL auto painting Automotive .
Swim and picnic Furnished cottages or pets. $60 per month. $295 Used
H N. Main St. Phone FR 24404( Mary Mo.IlerCOMFORT by the week. For reser _See at 719 E. University Avenue. for the right man to get in like makes button holes stitches OV repairs and Cars
Member Multiple Listing vatlon call 448-1129 Earlton. the bowling alley business with a a-.st. applique. fancy Miller 8. Sons. NW 1st St.
.: ASSOCIATES: CLEAN. quiet apartment In nice small amount of capital. Call FR darns mends, etc. Assume 6 payments Phone 372.7915. 7 B&G MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST.
Floye Mathlasen Irene S Bunnell 2 BEDROOM house on Lake Santa section. 1 block from Hotel Thom 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. $7.10 each. 815 W. Univ.

.; S A. W. Reece Capt.. USN. Ret. Brick :3 Br.. N.W. area Breezeway Fe private dock. $45 per week. .as. Good bed. front and back entrance Haynes. Ave. Ph 3761075PRICES Cadillac Oldsmobile 376-2425
I Fla. rm., fine residential area. Call FR 4-J268. ext. 2521 screened porCh. ceiling
spacious Ig. shaded lot. $15,750. ENT modern furnished cottages fan, water furnished. Adult couple ABSENTEE ownership makes necessary SLASHEDEverything I AUTOMOBILES for SAL ___ 2001 NW 13th St.
Terms.-Call sales of popular local 11
Mary Moeller. no pets. Available June
Lake Santa Fe week must Buy at less
on by gol
or hole carpet golf course. Inquire -
; 27th. Phone 6-3558.
: season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. than wholesale. Adding CORVAIR Ma.6
FRED Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. m.chlnes. eIp -- a
CONVENTIONALS. FOR RENT 2 BR furn. apt. Wa- reg with rdo ,
FOR RENT. week or month. 3 ter 1400 FEET PAVED frontage-busy calculator.typriter. wall actual miles.
W. area 3 Br, 2 bath. room cottage on Lake Lilly. furnished. $50 per mo. 203 SEth Ist.r ce II makes tire 1,0
family St. Inquire at 215 SF 9th St. corner Inside city. 12V Acres electric off Ice small equi RAMBLER SELLING
rm Fire place, shaded lot fine Melrose. sleeps 6 adults. Plentyof Ph. 372-0640. ZONED SHOPPING CENTER.. chairs; manual. FR 2- ty. Wll consider older car for
ARNOLD _
i S residential area. Equity 120000. shade on house deck. and The buy of a lifetime at $42. 0943 or FR 2-2105 evenings. 8V* Cal owner at 3724441
Take up payments. 8125.00 mo.- white sand beach. Utilities In- VERY nice. living room bedroom. 000. ext. weekdays.
Rd.. 15
miles out Newberry sign on 3
Call Mary Moeller cluded. Phone GR 5-2631. kitchen. large
Private
storage room
ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR SPREE
: left hand side. MGA. 1958 Top cdition. like
entrance 1 or 2
REALTORDRIVE Boys. Phone CHECK PROTECTOR Interior. Call after -
PRICE KINGSLEY LAKE FR 6-2721 or 495-2312- 376-5707. FlE new 2-3'
REDUCED Furnished cottages for rent. Phone 7:3 P.M.

3 Br, Lg. Family m Study. Ig 533-2134. LARGE at 3 room apartment. Available I 61 Wanted to Buy 70 .Boats-Marine Equip. VALIANT, '61, radio heater
once. $58 Includes waterS g
BYfhel'l patio. C.B. on shaded lot, to see 2 trailers $45 and 855. Cool. private. and condition. Call FR 64013.
gas. :305 NW 1st St. Call
this lovely home drive by 840 .CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators -
telephone 3723522 for an appointment Phone FR 2-9838. 4611 NW 376-2012 or 376-7568.
,to Inspect the Interior N.W. 20th St. 14500. Call Mary 6th St.SILVER. stoves. TVs clothIng NEW Fishing Boats painted and
of this choice home located at Moeller AIR COOLED. large 2 room effi etc. FR 2-3937. William's read to go. 8th Anniversary
LAKE near Keystone. I Service Center, Hawthorne Road. FULL SI'ZE
922 N.W. 36th Terrace. 3 bed ciency. Utilities furnished. Couple sale. June 1st to 15tn.
sleeps 10; $50 per week. Call :376- or 9entlemen.1SSw 2nd 10 ft. $39.95. 8 yearsIn
rooms. 2 baths. Central Air Conditioning BUDGETSuburban 2615 or 3764406. PI WANTED one wheel utility trailer. f. 1245. 1
Turn East at
built-in kitchen wiTh G. P. Rlppey Melrose Florid
dishwasher. Offered for $22,000 C.B3 fir. with Modern 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan 46 Unfurnished Apt Phone OR 5-5571. post office, S blks. Frank Dickerson. -: FORDCUSTOM
5 with good terms. Kit.. shaded lot 159x100 N.W. Lab by week or month. Phone S Orange Lake Marine Boat
like new. 12750.00 Call Mary 376or 475-5223. NEW 1 BR COINS Works highway 441, P. O. Box i
Moeller duplex apt. kitchen Want to buy. 1955 dimes, 1955 half 221. Orange Lake. Fla. I '
ECONOMICALfour
equipped. $60
A per month on a
-. choice of several 3 bedroom Ask about lots zoned business .. 45 Furnished Apts. year's lease. Ph. 376-8372- days, sets.dollars.also Paying buying$5 all for other 1964 US Proof and Dickerson's. Boat Works new pyI
.. 2 bath homes with easy FHAterms. professional _376-7327 evenings.S wood bat boat painting 2-DOOR
coins. Rebel Coin
.. foreign Stamp
Qualified buyers can move rooms .. bath. downtown area, Shop. 809 W Univ. Avt. repiring. Reson.ble AMERICAN 2 DOOR
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In for as little as $450 down and Investors Investigate business property :3 rooms S< bath. close-in adults retrlg. & stove. Adults. Var'l House
no pets.
$u-per. mont" Call 372-3522 today at 1401. 1408 1610.. N.W. no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. water turn. $60 per mo. FR 2- on 441. Orange Lake. Fla. $2096.00
;=: for best results. First FR 2-4421 or 372-1633. 4621 or 372-1633. 64 Household Goods 14' Lone Star alumn. W. alrtanks

: LAKE FRONTAGE FURNISHED apartment for rent New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor T-A-G APPLIANCESTested 30 H.P. Evinrude Elec. start FAIRLANE
Avenue.Mary for two male only. alr-condt- windshield complete outfit skiing
... to Acres on spring fed. sand bottom tlonlag central heating, u t II. $7500 per month. Call John and Guaranteed fishing top condition with trailer. $16680'T"'T"'Th"
". lake. Approximately 4,000 furnished. Phone 2-8433 or ...171 Merrill Realtor FR 2-1494. 42 Refrigerators from $39 DP $495. Gator Marine 1221 E. Univ. 2-DOOR
front feet on water. Good Investment 2 BR apartment large living room 9 Ranges from $39 up Ave.A "
'!!I' opportunity and comes complete YOUNG COUPLE or eged couple kitchen equipped. nice quiet lo 17 Washers from $19 up
with furnished 3 bedroom Moeller preferred but no children or cation. No children or pets. I Dryers from S4f up REAL BARGAINI ". 6. Glasspar $1996.00
,- cottage for your Immediate use. pest Upstairs apt. Available now. Phone FR 2-4857. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up Crvlser 1 ft.. 75 h Evlnr.Camn Down
Approximately 25 miles from Call 4-6512. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up traier. fater. mis
Gainesville. Price $45,000 with 29 LARGE 3 bedroom 1 bath apart. 10 TV Sets from $35 up eulDt. Price f .sale. RON WALK OR DRIVE,
81 2 BR furn. Univ. "IF YOU.CAN'T
pet. down. Realtor 1 apts. near ment. Phone 376-2980 between JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 1165. C.I ,
914 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2664. 8:00 AJVL and 9:00 P.M. 41* NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 SHAW &

: 10 ACRES 101* W. University FR 4-4471 NICELY furnished convenient TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately 10,000 BTU Air Conditioner 110 72 Office Equipment WE'LL PICK YOU UP"IF

:- with comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath Member Multiple Listing downtown area. 875. Also garage ; lower level of duplex Volt $60. 40 Inch Westlnghouse KEETER
residence. Concrete block con- MARY MOELLER. BROKER ept. air conditioned. $90. Adults ; stove and refrig.. situated Range 820. Phone ...192-
struction. 2 ton elrcondltloners for ASSOCIATESE. only no rets. Inquire Lillian's about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 PRICES SLASHEDEverything

-.. hot fireplace days for ahead cool-winter woodburning days. W. Moeller Dick Ourbln Foster Kessler Music Store. FR NW 65371.DESIRABLE 4th Ave.. $80 per. mo. Phone LARGE wall-type automatic oil with heater thermostat completely -- must goP Buy 'at less 238 W. Uniyetsit YOU LIKE MONEY. .

NICE apt. close-In private entrance temperature controL $25. 207 than wholesale. Adding machines FR
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Beautiful wooded area with ravine bath 81 shower. Util. & well located 2 BR
cash
.NW. 21st Ter. Phone 372-0908. calculators; typewriters; registers
and small stream. Situated 37 Real Estate Exchanged antenna furn.. 531 SE 2nd PI. duplex apt. with utility appliances ; check writers, all makes, LIKE THESE
;: Inside city limits on paved street. Phone FR 22582. furnished. Rental $85 monthly. ONE 30-gallon gas hot water heater electric and manual; office YOU'LL

... Price $30,800. $45 per mo. efficiency. Private bath yearly basis. No children. petsor Phone 481-2H1 Hawthorne secretarial desks. FR 2-
WILL trade waterfront property on students. 815 NW 13th St. Cairs
Stt
and entrance, clean close In, best FR 22H5 evenins.
Santa Fe Lake for car. lost from part of city. 321 N.E. 3rd St. Phone FR 6-5323 or FR 6-6833. 66 Mite .For Sale.. miles Newberry ., on PRICES
: ARNOLD 1.250 to SS. OO. G. P. RIppey.Mf'lrow o side. '
all electric. 2 DELUXE 2 Bedroom Duplex. built- le YOU'REOFF
GR $-5571 COOL quiet. large 8. E CHECK PROTECTOR
Ins. terrazzo floors. near schools CLOSE OUT SALEOn
bedroom furnished apartment on
REALTY COMPANY large yard $80. Call FR 6-5005. Classic 770. 4.
Children ; Wallpaper. 98c a Roll
15 minutes from Univ.
38 Real Estate WantedUF 441.
I -- 1219 Multiple W. Univ.Listing Avenue Member 372.3522 and pets welcome. 462-1473. Deluxe 2 8< :3 Br. New ducted air HARPER PAINT CO. 73 Musical Merchandise I 1963 RAMBLER Door automatic

... cond. and heat. Wood paneled. 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 ,
associates: Pete Sieg I Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath. Duplex. 2 bedroom. comfortable Air. Power steer
Jane C.ldw l1 P. W. Hedge I LIHIewood 5*00. Dr. N. Market Quiet. $52 monthly. Call FR 6- Spacious yard Quiet. $1101140.See 1950 PLYMOUTH. 2 dr.. good cov WURLITZER transmission, radio, heater,
Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo 188 Kenvllle Rd.* Buffalo N.Y.. 4535 Sunday anytime. After 5 R at 3533 S.W. 24th Ave. C.UF dillon; $15. Also 21" T.V. Needs America's No. 1 piano and brakes bucket seatsBeautiful .
6-0913 15400
: Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene I 14215. weekdays." or some repair $20. Phone FR 6- organs are at Earl's Piano Co. ing, power $2595

1Ul. Gainesville's evcluslve Wurllt- car . . . .
47 Houses for Rent Furlt.a
zer Dealer 70J W. UniversityAve.
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna ; Phone 372.2222. .
BR. 2 bath. 411 SW 27th $1. $159 Double stack complete. Noth Cross Country wag-
SERVICESHome per mo. Call McKinney Green ing else to buy. SIS. Brants. TRUCK LOAD very fin factory 1963 RAMBLER Automatic
Inc. FR 23617. 513 N.W. tIll Avenue. rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR. on. .

1 bedroom house, 3242 N.W. 11th DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY ANTEED.STORE. 112 LILLAN'S Fir St.MUSIC Ph WITH transmission, Ai Reclining seats. $2695Classic

St.. corner 33rd Ave. House open. Chain low as $8. No moe FR '
Call FR 44230.COMPLEXLY low as 1 per month. 15.UPRIGHT Low mileage. Nice . . -
estimates, and de good .
Fr Pil. Citi
And BusinessS furnished 2 BR livery service. pip guoranteed. $125. $lm Clarin. 550. 4.
home at Earteton Fie. Shipman's Phone 376-7786.w Icl te$ FR 4-2524 963 RAMBLER
1
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Landing. $50 per mo. CallF A Door automatictransmissicn
TRADE 6 I
R 6-3507 468-1742. your costly toELECTRIC operate
water heater, and trombone.- to" bell. excellent radio
,
.. I 2 bedroom turn home the lake. CNN FR $2095
... Plumbing on $48 for a new glasslmed GAS $70 Phone 276
Bulldozing Call 372-9597 after 6:00 week. water heater. Much more hot I heater, Air . '. : ..
ORGANS
ly for further Information. at about half the cost wish" PIANOS AND
.
-- I SEWER INSTALLEDNEW ENJOY Lake Santa Fe. year LP GAS. PROPANE. Sal nm brand pianos and Fa'r'anc' 500 4-Dor. au.

SMALL bulldoZer. loader. duIntrvcu. 81 used fixtures.. complete around. Attractive home furnished ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-510 us In our teaching GOODI 1963 FORD
fill dirt, lime rock. Top plumbing service "BIG" JIM or unfurnished Including boat. ROSE'S studios. sell at substantial tom tc
Mower Service. I .
discounts. Gridley Music Co.Oalnsvll.e
so>L Phone 372-7844. HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng L trans$1895
Ideal for with child. Reasonable
couple
FR M5!9. rent to qualified penon.GR a old stand. 516 W.University S Shopping Center FR mission, radio, heater .
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe Ave. I buy. sell and
wheel tractors motor 5-9496. trade. 1st class repairs, al 25
Gh' Air.
I
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER
grader. Free estimates. W. 0.I 4 BR.* 1\1 ba"$150 per mon1t1101 \. ways. 1 fttO UlAI Krmann Factory

Buck Jotmvm. FH 4-4719. your furniture at S.W. 5th Ave. Available T-V stack, START iTUvJ VW Radio heater
reasonable prices Call $.aIIy.Experienced. August. 15th. Phone FR 6-2892. Ite.. .Ill. I. Automotive $2195

Beautiful . . . .
Landscaping FR 4-9888.. 4248N 1 BR house light fc water fur. Jim Voyies. 419 NW 8th Ave. car .
IJth .
W Ter.Remodeling
nished. $62 per mo. No pen REPOSSESSED Mobile Homes for Sale
Singer ZJg Zeg
.. LANDSCAPE SERVICE 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR makes decorative stitches, eppt 7 m 4% / A Galaxie 500 4.Dor. Hardtop -
2-5433. FORD
'e Grass-Sod-Garden Main-Nursery owe, bo monograms etc:' I 7U automatic transmission,
stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S 1 BR furnished ftovse, 13it NW 1st Only S. $4.50 p' When .
DO YOU NEED Florida
NURSERY room. extra Ave. near campus. Phone 376- mo. lI Univ. FR 6-1075. Radio, heater
room. more room. roof work 'I 695Bonneville
.
Landscape Co. or maybe a complete new home? 2937 or 61002.NeaTly 5 Bul St 14 boat with Ga WYAT-r power steering . . . .
FR 4-2514 for free estimate.A&VEBTISB furnished smaB home 3 35
For-a free estimate. i> Guaranteed t hp M
Ig. rooms 81 bath all etec. kitchen Sell .
work phone Cart C II' m. .trl Stotio.nwago
;;; Waters. 372149.CARPENTER carport. Cool. oak shaded- f la 26. Traier ef Your i PONTIAC .
:J J961
yard. $60 per mo. FR 24181. NEW automatictransmission
: Appliance Repair & desires work additions and used chain lawnmowers Pa MI. Homes

a> repairing. Phone FR 2 bedroom. CCB house carport. ee light radio heater steering
.rrea
Air s.st. a power ,
= Conditioning J41C2Senrtng. 1952 N.W. 3rd St. $75 per month. p cbl wl Brlggs Tra ,
Phone FR 2440. Sla a mo- Ocatfs Mobile Family brakes. 1 owner.
IN TOT u Fi Ho power l7Ql\

i : A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP Machine Repair 2 Bedroom house double garage. Re'P Too .I M. 1923 SIlver Springs Since Blvd. Like new - . . $ I / 7**
air condWonini and T.V. antenna -
.en First In Sir conditioning end Appliance CALL-SewING MACHINE SERVICE shady location. Phone FR 1, Av P J6-U1 Phone 613 -
repairs. We sell ouaran SEHVICK DnucroRY: Co. 815 W. University M183. LACE floor dress Oula Ft Falcon 2-Door>
: teed washers refrigerators, etc. Ave. 274-1075. We repair all with hoop I.w: Pinkbridesmaid's 1961 FORD $895
5 s WE BUY VaCtions heater . .
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r* 40147.Appraisal. Makes Work fmty ovarenteed. 48 Houses for Rest Unfa d size fl 818
each. Phone .
USED .MOBILE HOMES
: Senric* TELEYJSIOHPICTURE TWO bedroom hanS tof' ,en!. -FREE2JER c t Kelvtaator. T o dollar paid phone 3U. | A/ | Falcon Wagon, Automatic

Apply Frank Dicker***. Orange about 22 I Washing VO FORD transmission
Boat Works P. a IT'S FOOLISH lAQC
Lake Marine
laundro
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TUBE
Repair Special 81 $
.- Mortgage Broker peeiid. plus 818 to instill most Box 221. Orange Lake Fla. m.. WI.ra cabinet pay mere. RECKLESS top -IN. Radio heater . .. . I U/D

PLED B. ARNOLD t tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. type sewing, I 1,,ta less.. GET THE RE
..KIALTO Reconditioned TVs from S9 95. 850 month. Unfurnished 2 bod- b type T. 1" Payments as 4oor Sedan Extra
MORTCAGI"MONEY I
"' REAL CSTATI APPRAISAL : THE VARIETY STORE room home 88 stie's*. Fwrnteh- f. .SUS.C FA per month 8300 down. 1961 RAMBLER
!0 SERVICIB19 SV* per cent Interest.. Terms to 7 SoL 1st Ave. ed duplex apt. stt meft1IFR or 61 1.LAKE GENEVA w big

: -W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3713S22 2S years. 4 Technician's with 84 years experience 61"2 '. $1095
_. Sitakeipeere
o : BUY BUILD CellS REFINANCE ea all makes. Bedroom CB house. $60 per FI.ERG, r Is Samso- Rt. ,,M Keystone Homes Sales H FIe A buy . . . .

:: SHYDRAULIC Dinlyrd. ......... Call 376-2927. 8 XM. to, S tilts luggage food c$25; Service
hi
: ; Auto Equipment, S2S NW U St. PA. FR 2-2511 Tires Alignment, PJM. I mm mevie 1 S25prelectorf A l every way. 4. Door. automatic
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screen. 376- f .la Fea Q 1959 DESOTA
: ; FHA and canvenftenal at lowest rake Service 3 BR 1 bam a* 1117 NE 31st 2355. I 4 NW. U S. 3 transmission, radio,
current ntT...... to.2S .Ave.... 8180 9*. .... Aha 2 fer. 51 ItCeibrvcte
JACKS rebuilt I years. WIll gladly discus at no SPECIALON 1 hath to NW at US per /.... BIRDS Eye maple chest end heater power steering power brakes, Air,
exchanged: Repair kits tar VACATION dresser* Manoaaay kneeholedesk. NEW
372.1251.3R.lbeIts.14I4NEStII
obligation. Call tomorrow. University ReaMy. 1 Must
:Wafcar Jacks. Factory ewthorttad J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor- famous aeMonalty known Mohawk o dresser and m *! ftlseferrie owner, see

to. *; walker. Hydrevile Jack _21_M. Main Si. Ph. FR 2-8494 tires . Save up to St. 85, wa a. N GROWN to appreciate. . . . $895
to Service Aent HULL'S BRAKE 50%. .ea new tires. See our new per mo. Call MdUmey-Creen tet4e. Lamps FLRID

., SERVICE SUPPLY MM 8. i FRED B ARNOLD wrap around retread tfcat eihres _me. 2-3617. er household N rI O
: .. M.iWFR $44? --- 1 REALTOR S :mart mileage & traction. 'Lett- Furniture NW. l ft. Karmann, 2-door
FHA AND CONVENTIONAL mer Tire Ca 433 N. Main St RENTALS Ave. Fit ZS. .pl .1957 wf'w $795
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5.. LOANS : t t ,1... Homes, .torn end Sooth OR hardtop . .
: Auto-Girn
OR SALE. S net tanks. M1

', T..; .... 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Tree Service turn.MARYMOELLER. REALTOR .a trim gs ..wa atta.3 Vi Ml We*ffHONi E. Many .Other Used Cars to Choose From

AUTO GLASS Is evr hwy 1M. GLADYS Smflkt Realtor. FHA A-l TREE SERVICE 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 .I t cc" 5-2091
.. "Indailelit, and conventional loans. Low plete I G
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Immediate
t : ; Pruning dameiilne bracing
.. tree pIckup&'duitveIy. Add rates. Terms te "25 vear*. 1228 Cvlr; 1 bedroom houseon Archer Road Jewelry MANY WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT
removal.
Meing tree
4 semi furnished $65 ....
per
I ....v beauty .$, .yaiv*' to -your car. a W.-UeJw. A_ 372-5990 work 4 tree feeding. Lawn servi Phone-FR 2-0335. ELECTRIC SJnger S" Machine a

'w ..MAULDtN'S.tVTO'' GLASS" CO. FORDYCE and Associates Inc.Conventional ., Ice and .maMenance. Licensed wit cabinet p c WANTEDFOR USED
;: ',32) N.W. i.U. PRh-2 ... and F.RA leans.Cat ., Or .....,.... Free _amat.. Trey BEDROOM frame home e* aeM wr* NgM.
4-12M.. Grace Fertfycs, Thames. 374-2940. jack Hoover, S.E. maw Ter. S5S per month. C 373406L" CASH MOTORCO.

t ........... FereVca 8 Associates.IflCVfW .. 444aettGaiaetvilte.. Fla. Call 372-1434. .. $LATC model Aemlrai If T.Y. RIDGWAY

% 1f _. WM; University_ AvePARTI -- J Bedroom. 1 torn CCB house.OMk 5 handsome ant cabinet aa. GOOD HOUSES I
-. : ADTBaiiui .. ..s _. L WINDOW
5- CUAMIM6 >4engt9i fence 2008 LE. un furatture. Ca m TO BE .
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t"r S WINDOW cleaned floors dssns
r if. WT oQeVurmiT ies5 tf* BAAV:' ** and ....... Souses washed Wyrs. 2 BR ..... 8180 C* TRADE, t. PrtOr 4541650. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.&433 Io

Extet : decorating end painting, experience.. Free estimates.Phone per m*.' Year ...*. ........ Exakta cameras, lens K, HHJH

S ',free. estimates.. Phone 372-5814. .TR .... Ill NW 27ta St. Phone 373-1971. series Phone 3764663. .


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OF 40 DIANA WE MUST REDUCE OUR INVENTORY-WE ARE CLEARING OUR STOCK. OF ODDS REG. $1.98 BRITE SET

Sanitary Napkins ..89w3POUND AND ENDS-LIMITED QUANTITIES ON MANY OF THESE ITEMS DOLLARS OF Hair Spray 98

I'-', SAVINGS FOR YOU ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST HAVE BEEN PUT ON SPE-

BAGBubble CIAL ,SALE- IN THIS STORE TO CELEBRATE THIS EVENT. BROWSE AROUND AND GET REG. $1.25 SWEET N' LOVELY .

Bath 49* THE THRILL OF YOUR LIFE COUNTING THE SAVINGS ON ITEMS YOU NEED WHILE Powder Mitt 59

QUANTITIES LAST .
FIRST QAULITY SEAMLESS REG. 49c CREAMDainty
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Nylons 2 pairs 88' Deodorant 19s J
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HALF GALLON INSULATED REG. 69c ADRIENNE 8-OZ.

Picnic Jug 69 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY Liquid Shampoo 39*

JUNE 18, 19, 20, 21 AT WESTSIDE STORE ONLY
REG. REXALL
THONG-STYLE ALL SIZES $1.29 AEROSOL
QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED ADD FEDERAL TAX WHERE APPLICABLE
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Zori Sandals ,. 29 Shave Cream 64

18-INCH OCTAGONAL REG. 99c CHARBERT BREATHLESS
McCollum Drugs FAMOUS BRANDWESTSIDE
Hassock Bench $399 Toilet Water 39*

( STORE ONLY) .
3-LIGHT MODERN ADJUSTABLE REG. $1.00 SIZEWoodbury

Pole Lamp $369 Shampoo 39*

. 40 HOUR WATCH SALE BOX OF 400Cleansing .

Alarm Clock $169 Tissue 4 for 79

-6-FOOT INFLATABLE REG.,29c KLEER FLAME, 4-OZ. ,
LOW : I
Air Mattress 99 LOW LOW Lighter Fluid 9


50-FOOT PLASTIC, 3/8-INCH REG. 79c PLASTIC SERVICE FOR 4 l
PRICES
Garden Hose ., 89 Picnic Canteen 49*

Over 40( Different Styles To Choose From!
REG. 29c NUMERICAL
REXALL AEROSOL 24-OUNCE
MEN'S and WOMEN'SPerfect .
Spray Starch 49 Birthday Candles V
For Gifts! Perfect For Yourself!

$2.00 REXALL FAST REG. $1.98 ARTIFICIAL PLASTIC

Home Permanents $100 : k'- $24 95 -Lily In Pot ,. 39' F'

METAL Plus Fed..Tax REGULAR 89c, FULL-POUND
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Waste Baskets 39 '4' -- Baby Talc. 49'
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REGULAR $3.99 PRINCESSBathroom ,A,2-t-': 17.11-25 AutomaticsI 14 Carat Jtwtl Cold MovtnttntsI CasH ... Sweep Expansion Second Bands Hands The. Greatest Watch LARGE PLASTICLaundry t
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7 Incabloc MovtmtnfiWattrproof Diamond TrimsLeather Buy In
Scale $'Z691GALLON Models. .. BandsBracelet Basket 49
Shock Resistant Model Bands McCollum Drugs
Stainless Steel Backs SialChains
S.Chronograph .. Ultra-Thm ModelsWrist History! Come!
Nurses and Sports Watches Alarms
VALUES TO $80.00 Save! Hurry! REG. $4.99, 21PIECEDinnerware .

Metal, Gas Can 69 SALES Set $279t
MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED99c

40-FOOT ALUMINUM STRAW FLOOR BROOM ............. 79c 98c GRASS CLIPPERS ..... ...... ..... 39c ALUMINUM FOLDING I ..
Lawn Edging 59* $2.49 METAL CHARCOAL BUCKET $1.19 Vz GALLON PLASTIC DECANTER ... 29c Lawn Chair $gaat I!

REG. $2.99 ALUMINUM 59c PATTY-O-CANDLES ................... 17c $1.88 ELECTRIC TRAVEL IRON ...... $1.49 REG. S9c DANISH STYLE1JO }

$1.00 PATIO VASE LIGHT ..... :. ... 39c .......... I
Rose Trellis 179 $1.99 CLAMP-ON PATIO LIGHT $1.49 $8.99 ELECTRIC SKILLET ...... $7.98 Brass Ash Tray 29
$14.99 ELEC. BENCH GRINDER ... $9.98 -
ALUMINUM FOLDING REVERE WARE REG. $2.99 ELECTRIC

Chaise Lounge ,. $599AIR COOKING 1 PLUSH ASSORTED Corn Popper $249
UTENSILS All 2 P rice All i 1 Price
COOL AUTO TOYS REG. $3.99 METAL UTILITY

Seat Cushion $ 39 $1.98 AFTER YOU'VE GONE Bar Stool $369
AEROSOL ROOM DEODORANT .:.. 49c $19.95 ELECT. POWER SAW...... $13.98 J

REG. 49c, 21-INCH FOAM $6.49 DOUBLE HOT PLATE ..... ..... $3.99 GALLON WHITE HOUSE PAINT $1.79 REG. $3.98 BRASSCaptains

Kneeling Pad -29 3-TIER ENAMEL WITH UTILITY ELECTRIC OUTLET TABLE ......... $3.49 1.69 TRAIL MESS KIT ..................... 79c Bell $179REG.

SINGLE BURNER HOT PLATE ..... 99c $17.99 METAL ICE CHEST .............. $9.98
FOLDING $2.98 MEN 8
KING SIZE $1.98 COMB, BRUSH, MIRROR SET $1.19 $7.99 FOLDING SUN COT ..... ......... $6.98 EAGLES PLASTIC
TV Trays .. 89 Rain Coats $169
HARD BACK
Dorothy 4
REGULAR $1.79Enamel FICTION BOOKS U-TRfM-IT AIR CONDITIONER
Perkins Alii 1 Price FOR

Roaster $119 Cosmetics MFG.VALUES CLOSEOUTS TO $3.50 7QO I Air Filters 29 !

REGULAR 39c FOAM $9.45 PROFESSIONAL STYLE REG.79c METAL
SWIM SET ...................... ......... $3.98 $19.95 ELECTRIC CORD ORGAN $14.79 TRAY AND
Ice Bucket 29* $5.99 INFLATABLE SURF RIDER .... $3.98 $9.99 CHEMISTRY LAB SET .... $6.69 Paint Roller 49

REG. $4.88 METAL FOLDING $5.95 SWIM FINS ...... .......... $2.98 $9.99 MICROSCOPE LAB SET ..... $6.69 REG. 25c _ENFLO 4-OZ. COMPLETE

Ironing Table $3" 98c WOODEN BEACH CLOGS ..... ..... 39c ASSORTED GAMES ................. ... % PRICE Baby Bottles 1118INCH !

$6.98 ALL WEATHER $2.00 BILL FOLDS ......... .......... ..... 89c
REG. 88e FRENCH MESH SLEEPING BAG ......... .............. .... $3.49 FOLDING PORTABLEB8Q.Grill.

Salad Basket ., 59REG. 6-FOOT ''; Box ASSORTED $249

BEACH and 4'-4 98 All z' Price
Stationery
$1.99 STEP-ON 12-QUART GARDEN I .I 28-QUART FOAM
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Trash Can 98fREG. UMBRELLA Ice Chest $166
$1.39 AUTO CLAMP-ON
$1.88 42.PIECE.PLACE. ,SETTING $1.98 IRONING BOARD VALET ,.... 79c REAR VIEW MIRROR . .,. .. 69c 50=fOOT REINFORCED PLASTIC y 1
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