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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I 1 ,WASHINGTON (API-Jubil cision spelling great changes In Rhyne Is former president of vamping of city councils and plaints that people In some as much as that of folks In some problem of preserving existing
ant over their big victory in the the American governmental the American Bar Associationand other governmental units. wards were shortchanged in the other part of the county or city. county fines but there must be
I 1. Supreme Court; advocates of structure, ruled Monday that has been a kingpin in the They pointed, for example, to matter of representation. There was no 'exact information substantially equal representation -
r 1' the "one man, one vote" theory both branches of state legisla- drive. on behalf of city residentsand a decision which the Ohio Supreme Rhyne's aides also said Cali- on how many states must of city, suburban and rural
4 of government broadened their tures must be apportioned according suburbanites to gain more Court handed down even fornia's highest court had taken reapportion their state legisla- populations.Much .

I .I horizons today. to population.Aides voice in state legislatures, mostof before the nation's highest court action looking toward the reap- tures as a result of Monday's litigation lies ahead in
Their next target: such local in the office of CharlesS. which are dominated by acted. portionment of the Board of Supervisors decrees. Estimates ranged from the case of particular states.

t government organizations as Rhyne, noted constitutional steadily diminishing numbers of The Ohio court decreed that in Monterey County, 24 to 40 or more. The Supreme Court left it to
city councils, county boards of lawyer, said today the implica- rural residents. Cleveland's City Council must Calif. They foresaw much fur- The Supreme Court left a lit- lower federal courts to decide
supervisors and even such unitsas tions of Monday's rulings are Rhyne's office took the view be reapportioned according to their litigation of this sort, tle leeway-though perhaps not each case on the merits, follow-
water districts. even broader than most people that the Supreme Court decision population. Cleveland has 33 wherever citizens can make a much-in its guidelines. Some ing which they may be further
The Supreme Court, in a de realize. points the way to wholesale re- wards, and there had been comCivil- case that their vote is not worth account can be taken of the appeals to the highest bench. ,
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.ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88, No. 298 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1964
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I A Air View :

& i v In Its Dying Hours
r Y w'Kr > GENEVA (AP) The Soviet
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meet the American positionon

a proposed "bonfire" of nuclear -
'9 C bomber planes. Look Toward Giving LBJ

h Soviet Deputy Foreign Minis-

--k ter Valerian A. Zorin told the Completed Measure July 2 Helper Trapped
17-nation disarmament confer-
ence a forthcoming new Kremlin Helping Self To $
it' WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate's long civil rights
plan will modify the Jan. 28 debate was in its dying hours today with a vote on final

,/ Soviet proposal calling for total passage in prospect tonight or Friday.As A hospital helper wound up charged with pilfering a single
destruction of all bombing dollar yesterday after being caught in a police trap at Alachua
t planes. the Senate convened, Democratic Leader Mike Mans- General Hospital.The .

t The January proposal was rejected field of Montana said it appeared likely the final vote sheriff's office had been called in some three weeks ago

r by tht. United States as would tonight.It come. Friday although he was hopeful that it mightbe after a steady stream of small thefts was reported by the

impractical and unacceptable to hospital.
the West'An American counter- was learned that some sen- Investigators John S. Tileston Sr. and Wayne Pearce of the
Curlers Come First. day of a new embassy in the
plan on March 19 called for destruction ators were absent today and Mexican capital. Alachua County Sheriff's office reported they sprinkled a special
of 480 American B47s, that this was the chief problemin powder on four dollar bills which were left in a doctor's coat in
t With these 4-H Club girls as they settle in at the matched by the destruction of Passage of the bill by a a hospital locker.
to vote to-
of Florida for the first annual State 4-H trying arrange a wide margin was foreshadowed
University 480 Soviet TU16s over a two- Yesterday, one bill was missing. The detectives began to check
Conference now under way. From left, the co-ed delegates year period. The Soviets rejected night. Wednesday night in the 81st the hands of the hospital personnel with a special light which
t are Kathleen Mendenhall, Titusville; Betty Jean the counterproposal. However, several senators day of the long strugglewhenthe causes the unnoticeable powder to glow.
j Limb, Cocoa, and Elaine Reynolds, Cocoa. For a look senators substituted, by a Percy C. Days, 28, 1016 NE 22nd St. was the first man they
that if
the final
were hoping ,
pI at the conference activities, see business page. (Sun Zorin hinted today his new roll call is it could 76-18 vote, the package draftedby checked. His hand and a dollar bill in his wallet glowed under
proposal will take into accountthe Friday, leaders of both
photo by Tommy Lewis) parties for the "black-light."
I American objections to come at an early hour. They the bill which passed the Houseon Days with
scrapping all bombers. plan to fly to Mexico City in the Feb. 10. was charged petit larceny.
afternoon for dedication Satur-
+ ON REAPPORTIONMENT
"The Soviet delegation will The substitute retains the bas-
i present its views on how and in ic antidiscrimination featuresof Nikita Sees End
r4 I what order we think it most appropriate Fla. Senators the original measure. It puts
taking into account more emphasis on voluntary
,1 Bryant Waiting opinions'advanced by other del- 'Vote compliance and gives' 'states

X44 egates, to cary out the elimi No with their own laws an oppor- Of Farm ProblemsODENSE
nation of bomber aircraft," he tunity to handle complaints be-
1 For Court Rule said. "At present we'would'likeonly WASHINGTON Democratic(AP Sens.) -Spes-Florida's fore federal action is taken.If .

i to state that the Soviet Un- the Senate approves the
sard Holland and
ion is going to occupy a flexible George measure this week as expected, Denmark (AP- will be solved in seven or eight
Smathers voted
H position in this matter." unsuccessfully House leaders hope to have it Soviet Premier Khrushchev years or "I'll I not
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. At St Augustine, there has against a version of the civil say am a
American officials in- on President Johnson's desk be- vowed today that the SovietUnion's Communist and I will
!, '\ Farris Bryant said today he been no violence since last Wed- were rights bill which the Senate tear up
i would not call a special session nesday when state law enforce- trigued by Zorin's use of the substituted for the House-passed fore adjourning July 2 in ad- agricultural difficulties my party card."
"I.J. of the legislature to reapportion ment officers were sent in St. word flexible. Immediately aft- bill Wednesday.The vance of the Republican National The Soviet leader, after a
r until the U. S. Supreme Court Johns County, Bryant said. er the morning conference session Convention.The tour of prosperous Danish i
ruled specifically on Florida'scase. Bryant said his proclamationon U.S. disarmament negoti- Senate measure, pre- current House planning is LBJ Slate farms, swore that the Soviet
Monday-which put all state ator William C. Foster took pared by leaders of both par- to accept the Senate bill with- Union would not be dependentfor

; Ii I'( Bryant said he is sure Florida law enforcement officers in the Zorin aside in an unscheduled ties, was accepted by a vote out change. Among those who On grain on capitalist nationsin
i. will have to reapportion both county under direct control of private talk lasting nearly an of 78-16. have said there is a good chance Heavy lean years.Khrushchev.
: houses of its legislature becauseof (See BRYANT on Page 2)) hour. the House will accept the Senate told an audienceat

the recent high court ruling. version is Rep. William M. Mc- 3-Day Trip the nearby Dalum Agriculture -
On Monday, the Supreme Culloch, R-Ohio, who has been College that the Soviet UnIon -
said both Are Switched called the chief architect of the has little to learn from
Court houses of bicameral Negro Tactics bill in the House. WASHINGTON (AP-Two) po- Dan-
legislatures must be litical speeches, three dedication ish agriculture because the .
( apportioned on the basis of pop Except for key portions of the ceremonies, and one military in- Danes' farming is on too smalla
ulation. The ruling cited a num- section banning discriminationin scale.
spection tour have been sched-
ber of states, but made no re- Int. Augustine Demonstrationsshadows employment, the bill will be- uled for President Johnson's He advised Danish Premier
ference to Florida. come effective as soon as the
Jens Otto
seated
Krag, next to
Cali-
three-day swing through
\ President
Bryant said he expects the AUGUSTINE with their signs it. Some provi- fornia. him, not to depend on the Soviet
1 \ST. (AP) Negroes gymen from nine other states, constantly sions of this section would be-
court to rule on Florida's case switched tactics in the walk be- flashlights. Union as a future customerfor
again began long shortly come effective immediately, Johnson's first stop, at 9 a.m.
on Monday.He their delermined-athree week fore 11 Before the march, Rabbi Israel Danish food products.He .
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p. m. Wednesday.As others at intervals over the next Friday, will be at Edwards Air
said the court may pro- siege against segregation in this usual, they had a heavy Dresner of Springfield, N. three years. Force Base, where he will spend advised Krag instead to
pose a different remedy for Flo- city and marched singing police escort. But the entire J., told a church rally that the 55 minutes getting secret seek closer trade ties with Com-
a
rida apportionment because it through a white residential section march route, checked out in ad- integration drive "is a strugglefor All of Wednesday night'svotes briefing and' of munist East Germany, which
IV'F, did not rule on the case with the in the middle of the night. vance by state police, was deserted all people. We Jews are in against the substitute military hardware.viewing displays Denmark does not recognize,
'I ,,( other states, many of which What form the next demon until the procession near- this struggle because of our his- package were cast by Southern '"S and Communist Czechoslovakia.
senators who banded The President then will to
In have similar situations. stration might take in this ed AlA, a major tourist route.A tory as well as our faith. We together fly
i tt''t ''t Bryant said the alternative strange struggle was a matterof few white spectators '''know what is to suffer." under the leadership of Sen. San Francisco International Airport
;: j for the court's not ruling Flo- watched 16 rabbis Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., to where he will transfer to a
on
I t speculation as a grand juryin some perched on cars. Dresner was among
ii iii 1 rida's last would wage an all- ut fight againstthe helicopter and fly to Concord, WHERETO
J case Monday special session continued its No spectator said anything.The who arrived Wednesday to join
be that it had too busy a schedule closed door investigation of marchers wound into the the integration drive. They were legislation.Sen. 30 miles east of the city, to
[ to handle it at that time. racial unrestWednesday. parking lot in front of Monson accompanied by one Jewish lay- Barry Goldwater of Ari- break ground for a rapid tran- FIND IT
1 The time limit for the state's night's march, Motor Lodge, the major targetin man. zona, front-runner for the GOP sit system.

I legislative reapportionm e n t covering perhaps two miles, was sit-in attempts. They held a The Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy, presidential nomination, was recorded Returning to San Francisco Comics . . 20
i tl seems to be the convening of the longest, loudest, latest and prayer service and returned to an associate of Dr. Martin Luther as voting in favor of sub- airport by helicopter, Johnson Classified 21-23
I. 1 J the 1965 Legislature, Bryanttold least eventful since these night the church where the march be- King Jr., urged the crowd to stituting the package for the will drive from the airport to the Entertainment 21
a capitol press conference. treks over St. Augustine's his- march-this time through the House-passed measure, althoughhe Federal Building, where he will Obituaries . 2
I[ 4 He said he has no idea when he toric pavements resumed nine gan.The slow-moving processionwent white residential area because actually did not vote. He was participate in dedication cere- Opinion Page . 4
: j would call a special session if days ago.Three through some of the city's white segregationists last week paired with Sen. John Tower, monies, before motoring to the Sports . . 1417.Women's
the court ruling necessitates hundred marchers, including narrowest and darkest streets. marched through a Negro resi- R-Tex., who voted against mak- Fairmont Hotel to spend the . .10

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J' :": :, I Is Right On Red Right? Who/ Knows



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if _-j td Can you turn right on red? and pedestrians have the right- by which any city in Floridacan section Is marked otherwise.Just looking.The .
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p' 4 It depends mostly on who, of-way over you.) avoid the state statute by the reverse is true in traffic rules vary becauseof
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:. and where you ask. Since Judge Hampton is the getting an approval for the some cities. You can't turn rightin changing: cities rather than
The situation in Florida seems man who says whether you're change from .the state road St Petersburg unless a sign changing conditions. This is the
:;1' like some kind of game _red guilty or innocent that's the board. there allows it real problem, and it has createda
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I : .. 6 light roulette," maybe. final word in Gainesville.But However, in Gainesville, be But the best place to play legal briar patch waiting to
= .::: 4 Everyone plays with your some cities such as points out, even this is unnecessary the game is Tampa. Apparently snag the wallet of the unwary

:.:..:.-1.-4- money. ,Ocala and Clearwater will everybody has his own rules. driver.To .
-.:- / Here's how it works: pounce on the hapless driver Since no arrests are being Tampa Municipal Judge a traveler from a city
I ,. They're squabbling on the who turns on red., made either for making or not Bob Johnson says bell fine you with the turns legalized to a
::::;: Gulf Coast over whether the To them, a red light is a red making the turn no one is for turning right on red. He municipality where they're ban-
'L state prohibits all cities from light.. Just apparently, as to griping. Fagan himself cb sn't thinks the state statute is law ned, habit is a serious threat
._. ._ 7 l II allowing right turns on red butS their municipal treasure chests, know if Gainesville has in fact even inside the city limits. Confronted with a red light and
; -- &I.-_ in Gainesville the answer is a fine is hard cash. gotten the state road board But the city still displays no warning sign to jog his
:.:.: .' t definite, so far as Municipal .For authority, they need only okay. .signs ,telling you to turn righton awareness the visitor will often
_.._. + Judge W. W. Hampton .is .con look to a 'Florida law which To add zest to the game, few red and the police say simply swing around the corner
-_-.-- cerned.Go says stop, until the light turns tell you the rules, wherever you they won't arrest for the right nd'I Into court. ,
-- ahead and tarn, he says. green. are in,Florida. turns. Judge Hampton cites three
I (He cautions that you must City Attorney- Osee Fagan The Gainesville ordinance Presumably, you're okay in other major trouble spots where
'" first stop and that both drivers says there is a legal maneuver says turn right, unless the inter- Tampa unless Judge Johnson's .(See RED SIGNAL, Page 2)r )

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! }More About Earthquake Fire Weather Roundup Gen. Van Fleet To Speak Here For UF FundsGen.

r a Almost Subdued James A. Van Fleet, U. palgn will be speaking to friends,on a statewide speaking-tour oft
: '. S. Army will be the guest of and alumni of the University.Earl behalf of the Loyalty Fund.
.ryhnt NIIGATA, Japan (AP) A ht onor at a luncheon given at the Powers is host for the !
I Flames from blazing oil stor- e oliday[ Inn Friday. occasion.A This year, the Loyalty Fund

f .. .. From "Page 1 age tanks were being brought ecx+ t, r\? Van Fleet, honorary chairman UF alumnus and former 'goal is $200,000 for academic
: : : under control ,in Niigata today. reo.a : s of the University of Flo- staff member at the University, projects at the University of

the governor-was only a clari- :d. He said that the strength of Thousands were returning' to r ida Alumni Loyalty Fund Cam General Van Fleet is presently Florida
fication-of the position he took the force would be reduced homes they fled after Tuesday's ZONEA ..
last week when he was at Cleveland gradually on the advice of the devastating earthquake. Partly cloudy this afternoon afternoon, T.e
tonight and Friday. Isolated
t attending the National Governors commander.On Firefighters said they hoped and evening thundershowers. Not much ii ;
temperature change. Low tonight 70 to ,. .
I Conference. other subjects, Bryant by tonight or Friday to be in 76 high Friday U to ?4. R sswE @ $ Happy Father's Day!

t Bryant said his order.did not said. control of the inferno the quake BCDEFHIFairthrough e ;

Imply any reprimand against -He had long believed that set off along the waterfront of Friday except for isolated ,
Sheriff L. 0. Davis. He said he the Florida Milk Commission the northern Japanese port, cen afternoon or early evening 1 rI "i
I. discused the order with Davis should not be able to enforce ter of the domestic petroleum showers. Low tonight in rear rW -

t last Monday. milk prices. industry. 70s, high Friday in 90s. Varia- I 11 -1krJ 19l'i2flll
ble 5 to 12 mile winds.G .
He said the initial order to J Fair through Friday except 1 f t
More About chance of brief early morning showers.
I group all state forces under his Low tonight upper 70s, high Friday Mon
control for efficient beach to to inland. East and south- iwea ;
more operation -
east 5 to 15 mile winds.K .
1 was given by him orally Red Signalcity Fair through Friday except for
chance of brief showers mainly during ,tQ a
from Cleveland and carried out
t night and morning hours. Low tonight +
i at that time. '-' IX high Friday 88. East and southeast
From Page 1 ADD 10 to weather 15 mile winds.
; f' Bryant said the special police SET agate tt1 tr
1 ordinances trap the travel. city limits in standard business GAINESVILLE WEATHER
t TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
I force would be continued until ..
and residential areasUturns Hlgft Low Pr cip.
; the commander at St. Augustine ler: I I ; Jacksonville 99 73 Municipal Airport readings
i : told him it was no longer need- -The speed limits inside the they- are: 1p0al and: when, or if, Miami Tampa 86 97 81 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today I
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;; Atlanta 87 70 : High 97 at 2 p.m., low
-Jay walking, or crossingthe New Orleans 92 75
i I'' E REMEMBER FATHER'S DAY JUNE 21STAfoot street in the middle of a New Boston York 80 78 60 57 69 at 6 a.m. No rainfall.
;' block. Washington 81 58
ALMANAC
Chicago 81 69 .14
Ii The ordinances governing Kansas City 83 75 Sunset today ............... 7:32 p.m.
i I Denver 89 55 Sunrise tomorrow........... 5:29 a.m.
.. .. \ these all can vary, usually with- Ft. Worth 93 76 Moonset tomorrow........ 2:06 a.m. !
; out warning, depending only on Los Angeles 73 58 Full Moon ................... June 24
Seattle 61 50 .57
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GULF Variable winds S to
ica near the Moon.
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-: :' .5' '::{;:. t? .'.. =-::Ii The basic reason for the variation 15 knots through Friday. Fair. VISIBLE PLANETS 1 I ii
.. :. CEDAR KEY TIDES S- "-n, in southeast ......., 2:47 :
1 '' :; '" is that each a.m
simply
; city
: ...., Friday High at t:37 a.m. and 10:54 Jupiter, rises .....,......... 3:16 anv
ulusrless. generally has complete control p.m. Low at 4:39 a.m. and 3:28 p.m. rs. rises 4:09 a.m. 41.
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( MAIII over the regulation of its traffic.As .
5 Judge Hampton notes, the 1
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c individual cities were handed j control by the state of all local $ HAMILTON WA7CHES..SUPERB QUALITY AND VALUEa.

4 traffic laws at a time when the
; 1 quality of neither the cars nor MRS. FLORENCE BURNS Survivors include his widow Man's 17-jewel automatic Hamilton..All b. Famous Hamilton craftsmanship..filths
stainless steel waterproof case, sweep-second fine 17-jewe! man's waterproof self-wlnrffng
1 i.Ili i.r i. 1 the roads promoted much inter Services for :Mrs. Florence Mrs. Martha Burch; four sons, hand rugged expansion band, luminous dial, watch, luminous dial, expansion band, sweep..
I i.i city traffic. Anderson Burns, 58, of 1562 Wallace and Elmer, Gaines- one-piece seamless case. second hand, one-piece seamless case.
i Each city commission has NW 18th St., will be Saturdayat ,ville; James, Waldo; and Dai-
passed its own laws, or ordi- 11 a.m. in McLeansboro, Ill. ley, Micanopy; a brother, Wal- 12 Months $4888 Charge $ KQ88
: nances, and as time goes on an She was an associate of ter, Alachua, and 15 grandchildren. To Pay It PlusZALE'S
r just V3
intolerable situation has been
Gladys Smith Real Estate and Tax T.&:

" ...4''.....: developing."It's died Wednesday at Alachua ;. Pallbearers are Buster Moun-
\ '*:........., impossible to know some General Hospital after an ex- tain, Horace Burch, Edwin Wil-
1 'I "'::::?: : of the minor traffic regulations tended illness. lis, A. N. Alford, 0. L. Lott and WILL : Convenient

) :Ili;1 .. ':' :rff.1I cedes.," Judge Hampton con- Mrs. Burns lived here for a Walter Burch Jr.JonesJohnson NOT BE vM1,' : Terms

::.;: year and a half. Funeral Homeis t; Pay Weekly.SemiMonthly.
.';:'W:: Hampton has argued for a I Survivors include a sister, in charge of arrangements.
I major revamping of the traffic Mrs. Hazel Mooney of Gaines- JESSE B. PARRISHJesse UNDERSOLD! 12 E. UNIVERSITY or Monthly \
j : 1 1I 'laws. ville. Barry Parrish, infant
I He advocates state-wide laws The ask that contribu- I
child
family of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. -- -- -
I setting the basic rules inside tions to the American Cancer Whitehead, of 726 SW 2nd St.,
: city limits, not just outside, as Society be substituted for flow- died Wednesday morning aftera
is now the case. illness.
l I lengthy
He would leave to the cities ers.JonesJohnson Funeral Homeis Services will be Friday at

both the enforcement power in charge of local arrange- 3:30 p.m. at the Jones-Johnson a I b '

they now have to prosecute the ments. chapel. Rev. J. Rex Eaton, pas- :ks
e traffic offenses and the author! WALLACE J. BURCH SR. tor of the First Church of the t

I ty to set special standards MICANOPY Services for Nazarene, will officiate with) ,: .f
such as higher or lower than Wallace Joseph Burch Sr., 69, burial in Center Hill Cemetery. ps
normal speed limits, where un- will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the The baby was born in Eustis.
usual conditions demand them. Survivors include his .
Micanopy Methodist Church. parents,
But the special changes wouldbe Burial will be in Micanopy Cem- one brother, Dalton William
marked. And a driver as he etery. Parrish and his paternal and \
entered the city limits of a town The who maternal .
carpenter, was em- grandparents.MRS. jafv
would see plainly marked ployed at Micanopy Junior WILLIAM L. HILL : .,. k::: rt.
a sign proclaiming the standard High School, died Wednesday Mrs. William L. Hill, widow of
y residential and business speed morning. the ex-Senator Hill, died at
+ limits throughout the city. He was a lifetime resident of Riverside Hospital in Jackson- n t c s t t

Judge Hampton would, in Micanopy and was a memberof ville this morning. Funeral serv- ; :'K 3 Y

.............. y effect, give the game's most important the Methodist Church, Amer- ices will be in Gainesville at 3

__ ..-.. .... r .. player some better odds. ican Legion and was a World p.m. Saturday. Jones Johnson ,
,: aloft 'afloat. you'go coolly I War I veteran. Funeral Home is in charge. -- -fl-- ,

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Try A LITTLE COLD'NEW Agrees To Testify

For November Elections HAVEN, Conn. (AP) Allan Kornfeld made his
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MIAMI (AP-Richard) Swann, plan would stand as a statute 'could be accomplished after the keeping seven months ago." (AP) Ed- Meany- testified Wednesday- that The provisions of the bank act, f
"It little cold, admitted the Tulsa Okla.
the was a student -
II Miami lawyer whose challenge until replaced. November election, when thereare ward Ball of Jacksonville, has the 17-month-old Florida East prohibiting bank holding companies '
after his rent-free for "In the
of leaving quarters good. .
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legislative apportionment Swann said he expects that the no lame duck lawmakers in winter I used an electric blanket." agreed to testify before the] Coast Railway strike was an example from controlling nonbank
is before the U. S.
the Legislature.Gov. House Banking Committee con- of abuse of "special privi- enterprises, is needed to protectthe
I' Supreme -Court, he won't Supreme Court will send the, Kornfeld received his bachelor's degree last June but '
1. says sidering a bill to bring the Flor- leges" granted the estate. free enterprise system
press for redistricting until after case back to Florida for reviewby and felt he needed another year of study before entering medi-
the November election. the District Court in light of Farris Bryant Hay cal school. ida duPont estate under the Fed- The estate controls the rail- Meany added. i
don Burns, the Democratic nom- eral Bank Holding Act, accord- road. He said the act was intended '
its decision Monday that both Housing was available in New Haven but rent money 1
I ;jSwannsaid Wednesday he,expects houses of state legislatures must would inee for governor to wait,both until said,after they wasn't. Kornfeld had attended Yale on a four-year scholarship ing to committee chairman "I cannot refrain from,stating to prevent abuses of financial f
to ask U.S. District Court be apportioned on a populationbasis. prefer the which was terminated on graduation day. Wright Patman, D-Tex. how strongly we in the AFL-CIO power. "Such power exists and ;
next..week to rule the proposed Last year, the district November for same reason.I The 6-foot-3 Oklahoman decided to try living in the atticof He said no date had been set. believe that an abuse of poweris will continue to exist in the du '
I constitutional amendment em- court approved the plan after The amendment setting upa Silliman College, one of Yale's 12 residential colleges.He The committee has been holding involved in Mr. Ball's steady Pont estate no matter where its
bodying the '1963 districting.for rejecting a previous one. 43-112 Legislature comes up soon began to attract the attention of campus police. hearings for some time on a bill refusal to'accept the recommen- income goes," said Meany. .:
k I mina.- 43 senators and 112 representatives -, "I think it will be better for for adoption in the election. It Kornfeld then tried a brick passageway that feeds air into to put the estate under the act dations of presidential boardsfor He said the fact the estate wasa
rx"1 unconstitutional. everyone if we proceed with deliberate -is already controlling the mem- the college's squash courts. but there had been some doubt settling, the FEC railway trust and its income would
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J .If-the amendment, scheduled' speed rather than.with. bership of 'the legislature .as a To disguise the entrance, he covered a piece of plywood about whether Ball, who controls strike and his equally persistent!!eventually go to charity was no
1. I i: to-be-on= : the November ballot,! haste." said Swann. statute passed with the amendment with brick wall paper and placed it over the opening. Onlya the estate, would testify. refusal to arbitrate the strike issues excuse for continuing the exemption
I Is'struck by the court, the 43-112, He said fair apportionment few close friends knew of the hideaway. AFL-CIO President George ," said Meany. from the law.

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: THE p Wrw Dark trbtttll the Republican presidential nomination, even though he, was J
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,; } w JOHN R. HARRISON, President and By JAMES RESTON involved against his will, has been .a diverting and subjec-

b :.:..:r" ; w frtlliberl PAT COWLES. Vie Fred.Jenti I SOUTHI I WASHINGTON Everybody here seems to be interestedin tive element in the Vietnamese crisis.
ED JOHNSON. Vie President Attorney General Robert Kennedy's future, and the latest At no time has he permitted partisan considerations to interfere -
Florida's Beautiful: suggestion making the rounds in Washington is that he takeover with his responsibilities, but the very fact that he

... .f Tertiiinc 'DlreeUrt BOB TAKTAGHONE. the critical diplomatic assignment in South Viet Nam was the representative of a Democratic president while be-
'University City__ *' '. Vi.. President md Circulation By RALPH McGILL when Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge comes home. ing mentioned as candidate to oppose that president in the
-. M- Maatftr. OX Pulitzer the AtUnU.Prize Winning(Ga. COIIIUtulioaBread Publisher This would not satisfy the Attorney General's ardent November election, has brought political considerations into

,- THE'SUN'S POLICY friends, who still want him to be vice president, or the New an already muddled military and diplomatic problem
: York Democrats, who still want him to run for the Senate from FOR EXAMPLE, it is understood that Johnson has insisted -
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I 1. Report the news fully and Impartially,in the news columns. ", that state, but he is said to be interested in moving into on giving top priority to all of Lodge's requestslest
.r' '2. Express, the opinions of the Sun in-tut only in-editorials.. the foreign field, and the Saigon post is probably the toughest refusal to meet his wishes might later become an issuein
11 \io. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. and most important in the world today. the presidential campaign.

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 : Miners WITH THE POSSIBLE exception of Cuba, Viet Nam has Publicly, top officials of this administration have praisedthe
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: arrested the Attorney General's attention more than other -
t Want Ads 376-4672 any Lodge mission in the most elaborate terms, but pri-
\ foreign policy problem. Under President Kennedy, he wasa vately, they have criticized him for running a one-man show,
t leader in on the original decision to mount a counterinsurgency for failing to delegate authority to other elements of the

And policy in that country.He American team in Saigon, and for failing to mobilize effectively -
rl Poll Shows Approval of Johnson CoalSecond was involved in all the maneuvers that led to the the vast resources at his command.

, Kennedy administration's open opposition to the Diem regime This criticism may or may not be justified. The fact is,
in Saigon, and he has continued under President however that it is made in but minimizedin
being private
.,4' The most recent Gallup Poll shows publicans naturally had the lowest ( of three articles on
Johnson to participate in the the crisisof
urgent planning on public for fear of bringing domestic politics into the most
i that 74 per cent of the voters ap- approval rate but even that was 62 Appalachia.coal and poverty in Southern Southeast Asia since the death of Diem. sensitive foreign policy problem on the American agenda.

( ( prove the way in which President per cent. It seems hardly likely,that ) Accordingly, he is well informed on the problems there, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S name has come into this

Lyndon B. Johnson is doing his job. Johnson can poll 62 per cent of the WASHINGTON Coal, in and there is general agreement in the capital that those for several reasons. Ever since Lodge's victory in the New

t" I With minor variations, this has been Republican vote Nov. 3. the jargon of the day, is one problems are not likely to be handled effectively by any- Hampshire presidential primary election, the administration -
of the "extractive" industries.The one who does not have unusual resources of and au
energy has had to consider what to do if the political situation
about the level of his popularitysince The Republicans who think Gold- history of "extrac-
our thority. here forced him to come home in a hurry. The name
February, and it is a high tive" industries of coal, tim THE LODGE MISSION in Saigon has been the subject of most prominently mentioned earlier this year was U. Alexis

I' level. The 79 and 80 per cent approval water has a chance against John ber and minerals has been far more private criticism here than has appeared in the Johnson, a key aide to Secretary of State Rusk" .

I ; he had in December and Jan- son in the South will be encouragedby largely a hurried, often ruth- press. The Ambassador's involvement in the controversy over As the crisis has deepened in Viet Nam, however, and
less taking out. Demands
uary can probably be explained as the fact that that was the lowest and for as Lodge has become a national figure, the feeling here; has
pulp timber however -
f reflecting the feeling of unity among area of approval for Johnson, although have revolutionized, that in-, BEf W OLYMPUS By Interlandi been that it would be necessary to send another nationally -
known to and this whathasled
j Americans as a result of President he is a Southerner himself. dustry's outlook. The more person Saigon is apparently
to the speculation about Attorney General Kennedy.
\\r Kennedy's assassination. The South still gave him 65 per cent progressive companies plantas STATE COLLEGE HIS AIDES at the Justice Department say theyknow
they cut.
approval, however. The same group nothing about it. Some of his friends scoff at it as a-trans
Coal is the basic WELCOMES
Majority approval was given may be discouraged over Johnson's industryof parent effort to get him off the political scene before the-
Appalachia. little of
t Very THE CANDIDATE Democratic convention in August but others, less,conspiratorial .
Johnson in all of 24 age, occupational approval by more than 70 per cent the profits was turned back 1' ,
in it the kind of critical
assignmentthat
see precisely
regional religious racial political of professional business and white into schools libraries
and would his the level of
engage energies on highest national -
I and educational groupings of the collar groups. public health. service. .

answers. .ta1 Viet Nam is the third of the momentous tests in the Cold
JOHN L. LEWIS and the
The approval that really counts, United Mine Workers War. The United States proved in Korea that it could dear

How much this poll will have to of course, is the approval that is recorded change the human soughtto prob- with a major limited war. It proved in the second Cuban
crisis that it could deal with the threat of nuclear war.
do with the possible outcome of the on election day. That is still lem with a program of health,
1 1@tVtGS1'6oa 1I But the challenge of subversive warfare has not yet been
't$ election is open to many.interpretations more than four months away. Dif- welfare and retirement pay- t 1I met and this is the test of Viet Nam. .

t i beginning with those? ,who ferent influences may ,be at work gram ments.was Included the construction in the pro-of THE MAIN REASON why the Attorney General's name

.r 1 doubt the significance of polls. Re'- then. union hospitals.Coal has come up, depite the obvious problems of taking a 'large

f enjoyed a tremendous and young family into a war zone, is that, more than almost -
boom with the Second World anybody else in the administration, he has been fascinated -

I L Clarity in, Platform. Planks War. This boom began to play by the techniques and possibilities of counterinsurgency ,
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t J The nation's' two great political, This language in the Republicanand with war demand gone, found the last three years, and has the prestige and authority,
t itself able to twiceas to pull together what is now a divided and rather confused
will be to produce
struggling 'Democratic
(Ii parties soon platforms would much coal as the markets I team of State Department, Defense Department and Central
",1-; express their convictions in plain, probably lead the voters to vote Veg needed. Intelligence operators on the scene.

!I simple political .platforms with as etarian because of pure bewilder- It would be surprising if he even considered such an as-

f' few words; as possible. They always ment. Compared to it the usual THIS SITUATION soon produced signment seriously before the larger question of the Democratic '

try and always fail. double-reading planks on such mat- a bitterness and an vice presidential nominee is settled, but his major objective -
1'l anti-union sentiment that has it's speech but of a civil rights bill is now in sight, and like many
ters as foreign aid and the Ordinarily a good campaign ,
Y protective -
grown. Union officials in the with these college kids I have the dreaded others around here, he has to decide before long what to 1
it' The attempt is.worthy:one,,hosyl tariff would be simple.
l ., ; Appalachians, fearing a sur- fear of being laughed at!" do with his life.
.It I ever. They should, therefore guard plus of labor if the truck

against the-Iangua'ge, at" least, of the Further paragraphs in the plank mines were,closed, are charged -

plank which is being offered them saying that the configurationalmethod with having closed their DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS

Ii I I by the Reading Reform Foundation, is a direct cause of dropouts, small eyes to wage cuts by the
operators. A contractwas
a This is a'- roup which believes that, juvenile. delinquency! and permanent signed, but often ignored.

students -should- learn to read by unemployment do not clear thingsup Wages, were from $5 to $10 The Eisenhower Surrenderconsider

r7 j f,, studying out words letter by letter much. ,It seems hardly necessary per day under the scale at the

and not words to1' solite"'ou. big, mechanized..mines. This
}y learning by their : the subject
1:1: ..-t 4.M" t anyway. situation existed I until about By WALTER LJPPMANN Republicans. For without a We can afford to assume Goldwater plus the Rockefeller -
\ I:! general shape and appearance. Most: schools now combine both 1959. Efforts then were madeto Gov. William Scranton is respectable and genuine oppo- that the key to the Republican and Lodge factions.

methods, seeking to use the best force the "dog-hole" minesto doing a big service to the sition, the Democratic Party situation lies in the fact that This impossible calculationled

Whatever the parties make of this features of each. comply. It was too late. country in challenging Sen. will become soft and confusedand all the leading Republican fig- him into the humiliating

.i' principle-they'should'ava d the- tan../: Miners cursed, but they work- Barry Goldwater. There is at vulnerable to factions. ures regard President Johnson situation of that Sunday morn

I guage of the: proprjsedplankrwhich; .It" also is a dangerous field in ed for what they could get stake in this conflict the futureof THE CRITICAL question as virtually unbeatablein ing some 10 days ago when
'" or not at all. The strike was the Republican Party, and now is not whether Governor 1964. To be sure nothing is General Eisenhower ordered
r begins: which to declare platform policy. If long and mean. Dynamitingand the issue is nothing less than Scranton can at this late date absolutely impossible in pol him to surrender. After that

t threading reform advocates get ambush shootings were whether the old party is to be stop the Goldwater machins. itics. But the undoubted factis painful experience, he realized -

f 'I "The look-say, whole-word shape, common. Much property was captured by a faction which The important thing is that that the Republicans have quickly what had happened -
their in the be-
I'' or configuration method of reading planks parties may destroyed. But the strike fail- rejects its basic principles and the party will not be sur- not been expecting to win in and in that moment of

instruction used in elementary gin declaring themselves next.on the ed.Today is alienated from its historic rendered without a fight and 1964. illumination he understoodthat
'I hundreds of thou- tradition. that there will there- his original assumptionwas
remain
grades for the.last 40 in substitution new mathematics teaching methods.
years sands of tons of coal
i t I are mined The whole country must be fore, a man around whom the IT IS DISBELIEF in vic- false. He had assumed
:: for the alphabeticphoneticor The average voter soon would haveto by non-union workers. Their concerned with this struggle.For party can rally for the elec- tory this year that is the se- that the question was whetherthe

:'\ phonics method; 'has proved as be as smart as a high school union membership has been if the radical right, which tions of 1966 and 1968. cret of Goldwater's success. nomination was worth

*>,''I ruinous in practice as it is unsound junior to understand what the poli- cancelled. They have been cut Sen. Norris Cotton, who is a This is in fact a struggle There has been no leader, except having this year. By Thurs-

: in theory." ticians were talking about. off from of all benefits, includingthat Goldwater supporter, calls the in which Governor Scranton Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, day evening he had seen that,
IV hospitalization. (The arch conservatives, achievethe cannot lose. Even if he does who has thought the nomina- the real question was whether
union
closed of its hos-
,
some
II and unconditional surrender of not win the nomination in San tion worth fighting for. Thisis the party was to be surrendered -
pitals clinics.) These
CHINA'S STRATEGY are literally at the men of the party, they will not only Francisco, he will have made also the secret of Governor without a fight, not
the operators of the mercy small split it. For years to come himself the rallying point for Scranton's long abstention. He only in 1964, but in fact for

pits. They have no security they will have a monopoly of the future. He will have avert- has assumed that the nomi- 1966 and 1968 as well.
f{ whatever. Even the national the official opposition to the ed the collapse into surren- nation would be worth having IF GOVERNOR Scranton Is
U. S. Elections and Asia safety ,laws are meaningless. Democrats. This will be ex der which Gen. Dwight Eisen- only under the most improb- to win the nomination, he

They apply only to mines em- ceedingly bad for the Democrats hower was willing to let hap- able conditions that he won will need General Elsenhow

as well as for the oldVoice pen. it by acclamation of the er. For that, General ,Eisenhower -
By RICHARD WILSON striking in Viet Nam with a selves. It can be expected, YET, THESE small mines will have _to'grasp the

:1 Chief, Co\tles Washington new strategy to control all of therefore, that they will bring produce from five to 10 per issue that the party is

Bureau Southeast Asia. He said the maximum pressure betweennow cent of the total output. They about to be captured and
I
,I WASHINGTONThe present Communists regard the fightin and the U. S. presidential provide the most jobs. Mostof he will have to, take a firm
election for the disinte-
',1 national climate is soft what was formerly French gration of the Western posi their labor is by hand. of the People stand with the Scranton:
In 1954 there coal forces. But this
familiar that it seems to be Indo China as a test case tion in Southeast Asia. were 3,255 i is to assume'
1 mines in Southern Appala- that the Eisenhower of 1964 is.
a permanent fixture in American of a revolutionary strategy The Chinese will make a
chia. The exact total todayis J
still the around
i life. When we discuss which, if successful, wouldbe bad mistake if they assume undetermined. It may be On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions whom the same moderate man and *
I national events at all namesof persued in other parts of that the imminence of a presidential almost as high because of the pro-
gressive rallied
Republicans :
I the presidential hopefu 1 s the world. election will paralyze proliferation of small dog-hole end comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
;J tumble out But the world American policy. On the bas- operations. The of the must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot in 1952. It is perhaps too
around us does not stand still is of experience, an American areas exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the pojxr. Poetry cannot b. used. The hopeful an assumption.The .
EVENTS IN Viet Nam Laos, need most extensive operations are Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning w Eisenhower of 1964 can
I I It" while we debate internal polI and Cambodia trace backto president not hesitate to in southern West Virginia, be seen in an article he sign=
take
resolute
I itics. Once again we are involved Peking. If we tire of the international action eastern Kentucky, and adjoin- intent.A --I : ,
I in critical international for fear of a political re ing Virginia. Little GirlShunned the fact that my own Thanks Police 11\4 f or pubheation: m the Saturday : -
"Twilight Struggle", and end action. He can count on politi- little son, a guest of the party, Evening Post in April:
I) events during a presidential it all, we invite the collapse of cal support in a crisis. TWENTY-SEVEN a descendant of Italian, For School Job and in the speech which he-
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., I campaign. American influence throughout But also, if experience is a nies each reported productionof compa- EDITOR, Sun: My duty as French, Irish ancestry, has EDITOR, Sun: I've written delivered to the Governor's.
t 1 southeast the East not excluding guide, an American presidentmay more than one million tons a citizen of the United Statesof hair, eyes, and skin as darkas the following to Chief W. D. Conference in .Cleveland. oiC
Japan and the Philippines, temporize in the hope of (One produced 15 America compels me to the child from India. I Joiner. June 8. These documents
per year.
1 er so that by October the nd hand Red don't know the people who show that he has become
pace to
we China avoiding critical events. million tons.) In West Virginia write this letter with the hope As another school year a-
hard decisions that a presI- ...e kind of total victory it three companies turn out that it will be printed in its own and operate Glen draws to a close I feel thata Goldwater "conservative"without --
dent does not want to make could not win in Korea. THE CRITICAL event most about 20 per cent of the state's entirety in your paper. It is Springs and I don't care to particular tribute should be the harum -scarum

may have to be made.. And, The ,conclusions, so firmly feared is that the Chinese will total. The 16 largest produce dedicated to all the good citi- know them, but I would like paid to the excellent job of jingoism of Barry Goldwater..
i once again we could see an held at the highest levels of decide to pour their forces about half the annual tonnage.A zens of Gainesville, to Chris- to know how they decide just traffic control that your force It has been the practice of th$;
election under the shadow of the government, do not find into Southeast Asia as they study of the Appalachian tians and hypocrites alike. where to draw the line of de- has done at Littlewpod School Republican! moderates to pretend

I critical international events, much popular response. Secretary did in Korea if action is taken Region by the University of On Friday, June 12, 1964. marcation. If the basis line of is at the corner of Eighth Ave- that the national philoi! :>-
drawn the
as was the case in 1956 in of State Dean Rusk recently against North Viet Nam. Thisis Kentucky Press noted that at there was to be a gala birthday skin strictly on nue and 34th Street. I pass phy of Lincoln and T h eodor /
Suez and in 1962 in Cuba. felt compelled to assure the restraining influence on the other end of this produc- party for a little girl of color, then but these people. this corner each morning andI Roosevelt was also the philcn..
are hypocrites.You
the nation's American policy. When the tion figure were more than this city of Gainesville an nothing think the officer in chargehas sophy of Dwight Eisenhower,.
that
: i THE CENTRAL ,point in United States governors would not the dangers are fully weighed, it 500 mines whose combined all-day swimming party to be people in Gainesvillewho done an outstanding job. It is not. Especially during his'
I the Southeast Asia crisis is under is no wonder that President output was' less than half as held at Glen Springs. When believe in color segrega- He has always been courteousto retirement. General Eisen-T

I local Communist actions in any circumstances be- Johnson, Secretary Rusk and much coal as one of the larger the little girl and her guests tion bow your beads in all and fair in seeing to it bower has come to share with
come involved in a Korea- Secretary McNamara draw mines. These smaller ones arrived at Glen Springs, they shame the children of that that pedestrian and autoist Senator Goldwater a profound
; Viet Nam and Laos. It is the type war in Southeast Asia. back from the "total victory"that average five employes each were refused admittance as birthday party group did not alike have a fair opportunityat distrust and dislike of the federal --

increasing involvement and Rusk was thus saying in effect some politicians call for. at trifling wages. Coal is a group because the children shun the little brown-skinned the intersection. His direc- government to which, incidentally
commitment of Red China, that we would not com- A final attempt is now befog still "the bread of southern insisted on including one lit- girl from India they, with tions are clear and unmistakable Dwight Eisenhower

) with or without the acceptance mit large ground forces. This made to organize the military Appalachia." tle guest a gentle little girl one voice, said "Let's go and with it all he man himself owes everything he is:
I of national leaders in Viet decision is apparently the and civilian life of South- Continuous mining ma- from India loved by her somewhere else to have the ages to be pleasant to every- and has.

Nam, Laos and Cambodia chief. result of recent strategy east Asia against Communit chines, which rip or bore the classmates invited to and party.uAnd That is why there has been;

I ,Not after his most recent : conferences in Honoluluand penetration or frontal ,attack coal from the seams, scoopit included in an the parties they gathered around one.To perform under such pressure no rally around General Eisenhower -

trip, but oa earlier one. Secre- Washington. We gazed by the Red Chinese. This up and pass it back on held during the past school the child with the brown skinas (particularly on rainy to resist the surren-

tary of Defense McNamart, (1 from-it over the *brink- and drew back deserves a chance without conveyer belts, came into year. The man at the gate, if in protection and they mornings when at least 500 der of the party. That Inner
i defined the Chinese commitment : partisan criticism. For ,the general operation; in 1948. ,who's skin was just a shade did -go somewhere else to cars must converge on this citadel was surrendered some

I anl iKwt- avwjts :mown THE RED next decision could be be- Stripp.bg and the formidable lighter than the child's from have their party and they hada point) is indeed commend- time ago in the Shangrilasat
.) teasoi for him 10 revise CHINESE needno tween pulling out or, contraryto "4Ug r" are other efficient India said, "Sorry, we're not wonderful time and they able. Thank you and your men Gettysburg and Palm

his judgment McNanura Mid der espionage apparatus in or- Secretary Rusk, becoming machines.And integrated hoped that the little friend for taking such good care of Springs which are so well-shel
to reach this
judgment involved in another, Korea- new ones are at.hand.or The whole episode turns
into
from India not hurt. our tered from the harsh
that Communist China is. was children.GEORGE realities .
.QuJmerican them
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.1 CONSCIENCE I COLORED NEWS session which begins June 22 Invariably ,the more they ate,
and extends through July 31. the better they performed.
'I Pre-registration for the summer Students who dodged break
Oiafntsuill inn OF B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor program begins June 14 and fast altogether, or had only toast

I I NOTICE Young People's.Day; and Sunday extends through, June 19. The and coffee, did only half as
J I entire program may be pursued ., well as those who ate substantial j
The West Coast Ministers and I Superintendent's Day. '
THESOUTH breakfasts.
cost of three
at a minimum
'Deacons Union Choir will meel: The public is invited.
TO PRESENT PROGRAMThe dollars ($3.00)) to the student. To do their best in class, students -
President and Tuesday, June 23, at 8 p.m. al, ,
JOHN R. HARRISON
The instructional phase of the
need have
hlllWlera PAT COWLES. Vie. Pre.a. I I I Arredonda.The choral group of Lodge to fruit or fruit
.eah ED: JOHNSON. Vie. Freildent members are urged to be. No. 113 will render a musical program will be by personnelfrom juice, hot or cold cereal, sugar,
and EzeemUf Editors W. G. (BUI) the Parallel Division of milk, and bread and butter for
; the New
Florida's Beautiful I because there will be program at Bethel Bap-
present
( EBERSOLE. Vie Preildent and Advertising the College and the high schoolsof breakfast Chef
,, tist Church at Starke, Sundayat Bickerdyke in
J1Ji : DlreeUn BOB TARTAG- I By RALPH rehearsal. the area. sisted.
'University City' 3 .
LIONE. Tie Prefldemt *id Clreml cR.u.1 MEETING PLANNEDThe p.m.LACROSSE
:
t Pulitzer Prize Wlnnla
Students who
UOB Mmaftr. 01 th. Atlanta (Ga.) Floral Court Lodge No. NEWS The High School Refreshei. are physically
54 will meet at the home ol The United Choirs' Union sec Courses will include Mathema. active need in addition to

i : ;_ :. THE SUN'S POLICY S Bread Mrs. Ellen Turner, of 625 m; ond anniversary has begun at tics, Science English and Literature the above, meat and eggs to

II ': :'- .I:: 1. Report the news fully and I impartially In the news columns. 9th Avenue, on Friday, July S the Bethel A.M.E. Church and Social Studies, and: start their day.
'..,2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. 19, at 7:30 p.m. lasts to June 19. There are six Personal Typewriting. An individualized : More than nutrition is in
(* '.3. Publish alf sides of important controversial issues. The members are urged to be,. choirs in the union. approach to instruction -volved, Bickerdyke said be-

I c. present. Mrs. Florrie DeBose,, The public is invited. will be employed in most, cause metabolism, which slows
ft I Sun's All Department!- -372-8441 Miners
The:. telephones: POVERTY FUND CLUB during the entire day.
president; Mrs. Ellen Turner,, area.
I f Want Ads-376-4672 The Poverty Fund Club will aroused.
secretary; Mrs. Dollie Parris,, Student Improvement Courses
reporter.IN hold its meeting at the Mt. Olive will be designed to help students Trying to make up for skip
Primitive Baptist Church with ped breakfasts at other mealsis
> M MEMORIAMIn who wish to attend college '
Poll :Shows of Johnson And CoalSecond loving memory of our SOIl I Rev. H. Kinsey, president on learn how to study, improve not a good idea, he said,
Approval since it can't be done
and brother, Ernest Brocking.. Monday at 8i.m. their reading skills and i I without

ton, who departed this life five! DISTRICT CONVENTION comprehension and overcome. stuffing.
l i Poll shows naturally had the lowest ( of three articles on he
1\\ The most recent Gallup publicans Ideally, concluded. break.
) years ago today, June 18, 1959., The District Convention will difficulties in theme writing.For .
;. that 74 per: cent r of the voters approve approval rate but even that, was 62 coal and poverty in Southern "You are gone but not for., be held at the Friendship Baptist I. detailed descriptions of fast should consist of a thirdto

I the, way .in which! ''President, per cent. It seems hardly likely that Appalachia.) gotten. We loved you but God! Church on June 29 at 2 p.m. the Refresher and Student Improvement a fourth of all food consumed
the
entire
Lyndon B. ,Johnson .is,'doing, his ,job. Johnson can poll 62 per cent of the WASHINGTON Coal, in loved you best." The .Brocking- Rev. D. E. White is pastor. Courses, contact: during day.
Bickerdjke
j
is connected
the jargon of the day, is one ton family. CLUB PLANS MEETINGThe Bernard. Smith, Sr., Dean. with
vote
Nov.
With minor"variations has been o Republican 3. of the "extractive" industries.The SPECIAL NOTICE "We Do Our Part Club"of Adult Education Division, Volu- Campus Chefs, Inc.. a firm
I :: about the, 4evel of, ,his ,popularity The Republicans who think Gold- history of our "extrac- The Uniform Company State the Shady Grove Primitive sia County Community College, which caters to numerous colleges

since Febru ,-:and: :,it' :.is 'a high, tive" industries of coal, tim- Fellowship Committee regular Baptist Church will meet with Daytona Beach. along the Atlantic Sea

I level. The'"79 'o and. 80.,per, cent approval water has a chance against Johnson ber and minerals has been meeting will be held at the Antioch Mrs. Ethel Blake on Sunday at BIGGER BREAKFASTSMAKE board.'
he'Jiad : uJeccmberd- January in the South will be encouragedby largely a hurried, often ruth- : Baptist Church on Odessa 5 p.m. This promises to be a BETTER GRADES, IN MEMORIAMIn
:
I I _, less taking out. Demands for Street (Eastside) on Friday at very interesting meeting, and CAMPUS CHEF REPORTSST. loving memory of our dear
can 'probably be"explained the fact that that was the lowest and timber son, James E. Hall, who departed
; pulp however, 8 p.m. Captain Gertrude Coch- the public is invited. AUGUSTINE The big '
it' reflecting'the feeling of unity among area of approval for: Johnson, although have revolutionized that in- man of Company No. 189 will NATIONAL P.T.A. CONGRESS ger the breakfast a student eats, this life five years age
result"of: Pr sidentKennedy's he is a Southerner himself. dustry's outlook. The more in a car accident, June 18 1959.
American:as' a-< serve as hostess. For further DAYTONA BEACH Mrs. the better his grades tend to
:assassination. The South still gave him 65 per cent progressive companies plantas information, call FR 6-9679. Jerome Morris, President of be, according to campus chef "James, we'll never forget.
rw' they cut. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. the National Florida For God has given us strength
approval, however. The same Congress of Par- Howard Bickerdyke, at
group Coal is the basic industryof Carmel Baptist There ents and Teachers, extends Memorial College here, who recently and courage to bear the blow,
Majority ,approval was, ,given may be discouraged over Johnson'sapproval little of for what it means to lose
JI Appalachia. Very will be a teachers' meeting to- greetings to the P.T.A. Units of quit his kitchen long you
.(Li.: I Johnson in all of 24 age, occupation- by more than 70 per cent the profits was turned back day, 7:30: p.m. Florida and invites them to enough to lecture the student Ino one will ever know" Mr. and

a <: I al, regional, religious, racial, politi. of professional, business and white into schools, libraries and Mt. Pleasant Methodist attend the National Congressin body on eating habits. Mrs. Israel Hall and family.

''I cal and educational groupings of the collar groups. public health. Choir No. 1 will have its rehearsal Winston-Salem, North Caro- Juvenile delinquency can con-
today 7:30 p.m. Jeff lina, June 21-23. A charteredbus sist quite as much of bad eating Obituaries
t. answers. JOHN L. LEWIS and the Jones, president; Richard Parker will leave Orlando, 5:30: habits as of other sorts of bad
t.I The approval that really counts
I United Mine Workers soughtto organist. p.m., June 20th and ,Jackson- habits, Chef Bickerdyke told the MRS. MAMIE SUTTON
;- How much this poll will have to of course, is the approval that is recorded change the human prob- NOTICE ville at 8:30: p.m. for Winston- assembled students at the outsetof Final rites for Mrs. Mamie S

I, I do with the possible outcome of the on election day. That is still lem with a program of health, Dinners will be sold in the Salem; State Transportation his lecture, in which he proved Sutton, a former resident ot

i r election is open to many interpreta- more than four months away. Dif- welfare and retirement pay- dining room of the New Salem Chairman, Maxwell W. Saxon himself a man of forensic as 'Gainesville who died June 15

''I tions, beginning with those who ferent influences may be at work ments. Included in the pro- Baptist Church Saturday at 7' announce that there are six well as culinary talents. 'I at the home of her daughterMrs.
gram was the construction of p.m. on behalf of the choir. more seats available for P.T.A. The eating habits of college Lois Lewey, in Jacksonville
: 1 doubt the significance of polls. Re then.I. union hospitals.Coal The cooperation of the publicis : Delegates. Persons desiring to students are notoriously bad, he will be conducted Satur

enjoyed a tremendous asked. attend should write immediatelyto said. day at 11 a.m. from the Mt
boom with the Second World ALACHUA NEWS the transportation Chairman, To prove his point he citeda Pleasant M. E. Church with tht
Clarity in Platform Planks War. This boom began to play District MeetingThe P.T.A. Congress, P. 0. Box 362, recent survey of some 50,000(Rev. W. M. Ferguson officiat

out about 1948. The industry, District Meeting of the Daytona Beach, Florida. The students, which found only 65|ing. Interment will follow ir
This language in the Republicanand with war demand gone, found Church of God round fare is leav- breakfast I the
I The nation's two great political in Christ will trip $21.90, per cent ate regularly Mt. Pleasant Cemetery

I parties soon will be struggling to Democratic platforms would itself able to produce twiceas begin today through June 21 ing either of the above men- and 8,000 who habituallyate II She is survived by two daugh I

k, 4 their convictions in plain, probably lead the voters to vote Veg- needed.much coal as the markets with Elder S. K. Lampkins, superintendent tioned places.REFRESHER. no breakfast at all. ters, Mrs. Lois Lewey, and Mrs
express in charge. The AND ENRICHMENT A further study carried out;Thelma Sutton both of Jacksonville .
$ ; simple political platforms with as etarian because of pure bewilder schedule of activities is as follows PROGRAMS PLANNEDThe by Dr. E. V. McCollum at one niece, Mrs. Mamie

few words as possible. They alwaystry ment. Compared to it the usual THIS SITUATION'soon pro- : today at 8 p.m., there Adult Education Divisionof Jhns Hopkins University tested Saunders, other relatives anc

and always fail. double-reading planks on such mat- duced a bitterness and an will be a local program; Fridayat the Volusia County Commu- the effects of no breakfast, light friends. These services are un

% ters as foreign aid and the protec- anti-union sentiment that has 8 p.m., will. be Women's Day; nity College is planning refresher breakfast, and heavy breakfast der the direction of the Hughe!
Union officials in the
grown. Saturday at 8 p.m., will be and student improvement upon students' scholastic per- & Chestnut Funeral Home.
The attempt is a worthy one, how tive tariff would be simple. Appalachians, fearing a sur

,1 ever. They should therefore guard plus of labor if the truck .

against the language, at least, of the Further paragraphs in the plank mines with were having closed closed, are charged their- DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS

plank which is being offered them saying that the configurationalmethod
t eyes to wage cuts by the
by the Reading Reform Foundation. is a direct cause of dropouts, small operators. A contractwas !

This is a group which believes that juvenile delinquency and permanent signed, but often ignored. The Eisenhower Surrender

4 students should learn to read l>y unemployment do not clear thingsup Wages were from $5 to $10

studying out words letter by letter much. It seems hardly necessaryto per day under the scale at the
big mechanized mines. This
r and not by learning words by their resolve on the subject anyway. situation, existed until about By WALTER LIPPMANNGov. Republicans. For without a We can afford to assume Goldwater plus the Rockefeller -

I'I general shape and appearance. Most schools now combine both 1959. Efforts then were madeto William Scranton is respectable and genuine opposition that the key to the Republican and Lodge factions.
service to the the Democratic situation lies in the fact that
methods doing a big Party This impossible calculationled
seeking to use the best force the "dog-hole" minesto
in Sen. will become soft and confusedand all the him
i country challenging leading Republican fig- into the humiliating
make of this features of each.It comply. It was too late.
Whatever the
!j parties Miners cursed, but they work- Barry Goldwater. There is at vulnerable to factions. ures regard President John- situation of that Sunday morning

principle, they should avoid the language ed for what they could get stake in this conflict the futureof tIlE CRITICAL ques t i ion son as virtually unbeatablein some 10 days ago when

I j of the proposed plank, which also is a dangerous field in or not at all. The strike was the Republican Party, and now is not whether Governor 1961. To be sure, nothing is General Eisenhower ordered

If begins: which to declare platform policy. If long and mean. Dynamitingand the issue is nothing less than Scranton can at this late date absolutely impossible in pol him to surrender. After that
ambush ,shootings were whether the old party is to be stop the Goldwater machins.: itics. But the undoubted factis painful experience, he real /-
n the reading reform advocates get common. Much property was captured by a faction which The important thing is that that the Republicans have ed quickly what had happened -
"The whole-word shape
look-say
II S their planks in, the parties may begin destroyed. But the strike fail- rejects its basic principles and the party will not be surrendered not been expecting. to win in and in that moment of
I or configuration method of reading declaring themselves next on the is alienated from its historic without a fight and 1964. illumination he understoodthat

\ instruction used in elementary ed.Today, hundreds of thou tradition. that there will remain, therefore I his original assumptionwas

) ( grades for the last 40 years, in sub new mathematics teaching methods. sands of tons of coal are mined The whole country must be a man around whom the IT IS DISBELIEF in victory false. He had assumed

., stitution for the alphabetic-phonetic The average voter soon would haveto by non-union workers. Their concerned with this struggle.For party can rally for the elec- this year that is the secret that the question was whetherthe

or phonics method, has proved as be as smart as a high school union membership has been if the radical right, which tions of 1966 and 1968. of Goldwater's success. nomination was worth

I ruinous in practice as it is unsoundin junior to understand what the poli- cancelled. They have been cut Sen. Norris Cotton, who is a This is in fact a struggle There has been no leader, except having this year. By Thursday
off from all benefits, includingthat Goldwater supporter: calls the in which Governor Scranton Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, evening he had seen that
theory." ticians were talking about.CHINA'S of hospitalization. (The arch conservatives, achievethe cannot lose. Even if he does who has thought the nomina- the real question was whether -

union closed some of its hos- unconditional surrender of not win the nomination in San tion worth fighting for. Thisis the party was to be sur

pitals and clinics.) These men the psrty, they will not only Francisco, he will have made also the secret of Governor rendered without a fight, not
STRATEGY are literally at the mercy of split it. For years to come himself the rallying point for Scranton's long abstention. He only in 1964, but in fact for
s'' the operators of the small they will have a monopoly of the future. He will have avert- has assumed that the nomination 1966 and 1968 as well.

pits. They have no security the official opposition to the ed the collapse into surren- would be worth having IF GOVERNOR Scranton is

U. S. Elections and Asia safety whatever.laws Even are meaningless.They the national. Democrats. This will be exceedingly der which Gen. Dwight Eisenhower only under the most improb- to win the nomination, he
bad for the Demo- was willing to let hap- able conditions that he won will need General Eisenhow
apply only to mines em-
crats as well as for the old pen. it by acclamation of the er. For that, General Eisenhower -

_4 By RICHARD WILSON striking in Viet Nam with a selves. It can be expected, YET, THESE small mines will have to grasp the

Chief, Cowles! Washington new strategy to control all of therefore, that they will bring produce from five to 10 per I issue that the party is
Bureau maximum pressure betweennow cent of the total output. They about to be captured and
I Southeast Asia. He said the and the U. S. presidential the most jobs. Mostof he will have to take a firm
: WASHINGTON"'The: pres- Communists regard the fightin provide Voice of the
election for the disinte- their labor is by hand. People stand with the Scranton
ent national climate is so what was formerly French -
gration of the Western position In 1954 there were 3,255 coal forces. But this is to assume;
,1 familiar that it seems to be Indo China as a test case in Southeast Asia. mines in Southern Appala that the Eisenhower of 1964 is
: a permanent fixture in American of The Chinese will make a .1 still
a revolutionary strategy chia. The exact total todayis the same man around
life. When we discuss which, if successful, wouldbe bad mistake if they assume undetermined. It may be _ =On The Sun's Opinion Page; whom the moderate and pro-

_r4( national events at all names persued In other parts of that the imminence of a pres- almost as high because of the gressive Republicans rallied
l of the presidential hopefu 1 stumble the idential election will paralyze of small Opinions and comments ef Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters in 1952. It is foo
world. proliferation dog.hole should perhaps
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter
p, out. But the, world American policy. On the basis operations. The areas of the not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry conno? be used. The hopeful an assumption.The .
!i around us does not stand.still EVENTS IN Viet Nam, Laos,' of experience an American most extensive operations are Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Eisenhower of 1964 can
JJ while we debate internal p01t and Cambodia trace backto president need not hesitate to in southern West Virginia, be seen in an article he sigrt

t itics. Onoe again we are involved Peking. If we tire of the take for resolute fear of international action eastern Kentucky, and adjoining intent.A Little GirlShunned consider the fact that my own Thanks Police ed for publication in the Sat-:

I in critical international 'Twilight Struggle", and end a political re Virginia. little son, a guest of the party, urday Evening Post in April
He
events during a presidential it all, we invite the collapse of cal action.support can in a count crisis.on politi- a descendant of Italian I For School Job and in the speech which he
.S TWENTY-SEVEN companies French, Irish ancestry, has delivered to the Governor's
campaign American influence throughout But also, if experience is a each reported productionof EDITOR, Sun: My duty as hair and skin darkas EDITOR, Sun: I've writtenthe Conference In
eyes, as Cleveland
The disintegration in South- the East not excluding American following to Chief W. D. qn
guide, an presidentmay more than one million tons a citizen of the United Statesof the child from India. I June 8. These documents
east Asia is moving at a faster and the in the Joiner.As .
Japan
Philippines, temporize hope of per year. (One produced 15 America compels me to don't know the people who show that he has become
!1 pace so that by October the and we hand to Red China avoiding critical events. million tons.) In West Virginia write this letter with the hope own and operate Glen another school year Goldwater "conservative" a

: hard decisions that a president the kind of total victory it three companies turn out that it will be printed in its Springs and I don't care to draws to a close I feel that. without the harum -

I ) does not :want to make could not win in Korea. ThECLUTICAL event most about 20 per cent of the state's entirety in your paper. It is know them, but I would like a particular tribute should be of -scared
may have to be made. And The conclusions, so firmly feared is that the Chinese will total The 16 largest produce dedicated to all the good citizens to know how they decide just paid to the excellent job of jingoism It has been the Barry Goldwater,

I once again we, could see, an held at the highest! levels of decide to pour their forces about half the annual tonnage.A of Gainesville, to Chris- where to draw the line of de traffic control that your force practice of the
into Southeast Asia as they tians and hypocrites alike. has done at Littlewood Schoolat Republican moderates to pre-
of the Appalachian
election under the shadow of the government, do not fmd study marcation. If the line is tend that the
critical international events, ,much popular Secretary did in Korea if action is taken Region by the University of On Friday, June 12, 1964. drawn strictly on the basis of the corner of Eighth Ave of Lincoln national phIJJ-
response. phy and T h eodor
North Viet Nam. Thisis and 3ith Street. I
against
Kentucky Press noted that at there was to be a gala birth- skin color then these nue pass
,
was the in 1956 in of State Rusk people
as case Dean recently Roosevelt was also the
the restraining influence on end of this for little girl of this corner each morning andI philosophy -
-- Suez and in 1962 in Cuba.: felt to the other produc- day party a are nothing but hypocrites.You .
compelled assure of
American in Dwight Eisenhower.It .
policy. When the tion figure were more than this city of Gainesville an think the officer chargehas
the nation's governors that the dangers are fully weighed, it 500 mines whose combined all-day swimming party to be people in Gainesvillewho done an outstanding job. is not. Especially during his
THE CENTRAL point in United States would not under is no wonder that President output was less than half as held at Glen Springs. When believe in color_ segrega- He has always been courteousto retirement, General Eisenhower -

I the Southeast Asia crisis is any circumstances be- Johnson Secretary Rusk and much coal as one of the larger the little girl and her guests tion bow your heads in all and fair in seeing to it has come to share with
local Communist actions in come involved in a Korea- Secretary McNamara draw mines. These smaller ones arrived at Glen Springs, they shame the children of that that pedestrian and autoist Senator Goldwater a profound
Viet Nam and Laos. It is the type war in Southeast Asia. back from the "total victory"that average five employes each were refused admittance asa birthday party group did not alike have a fair opportunityat distrust and dislike of the fed

I increasing involvement and Rusk was thus saying in effect some politicians call for. at trifling wages. Coal is group because the children shun the little brownskinnedgirl the intersection. His direc- eral government, to which, incidentally
F commitment of Red China, that we would not commit A final attempt is now be- still "the bread of southern insisted on including one little from India they, with tions are clear and unmistakable Dwight Eisenhower
a, with or without the acceptance' large ground forces. This ing made to organize the military Appalachia. guest a gentle little girl one voice said "Let's go and with it all he man. himself owes everything he is
I of national leaders in Viet decision is apparently the and civilian life of South Continuous mining machines from India loved by her somewhere else to have the ages to be pleasant to every- and has.That .

Nam, Laos and Cambodia. chief result of recent strate- east Asia against Communist which rip or bore the classmates invited to and party. is why there has been
I Not after his most recent gy conferences in Honoluluand penetration or frontal attack coal from the seams, scoopit included in all the parties And they gathered around one.To perform under such pres- no rally around General Eisenhower -

trip, but an earlier one, Secretary Washington. We gazed by the Red Chinese. This up and pass it back on held during the past school the child with the brown skin sure (particularly on rainy to resist the surrender -
1 of Defense McNamara over the brink and drew back deserves a chance without conveyor belts, came into year. The man at the gate, as' if in protection and they mornings when at least 500 of the party. That inner i
j defined the Chinese commitment from itTHE partisan criticism. For the general operation in 1948. who's skin was just a shade did go somewhere else to cars must converge on this citadel was surrendered some !
'I next decision could be be- Stripping and the formidable lighter than the child's from have their party and they hada point) is' indeed commend- time ago in the Shangrilaa
and recent events show
RED CHINESE needno tween pulling out or, contraryto "auger" are other efficient India said "Sorry, we're not wonderful time and they able. Thank you and your men atGettysburg and Palm
no reason for him to revise espionage apparatus in order Secretary Rusk becoming machines. integrated- hoped that the little friend for taking such good care of Springs which are so well-she!. \

his judgment McNamara said to reach this judgmenton involved in another Korea-: And new ones are at hand The whole episode turns in- from India was not hurt. our tered from the harsh reaa- :
that Communist China is American policy them type war. or on the way. to a greater farce when you M. COSTANTJNO children.GEORGE R. SIMS ties of the real world of 19.I .


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1Y," smiled. "that's the only Keep the CanElsewhere
Victim? part of It I don't really under

Is There a Job For Palsy: stand." SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (AP) -

I Tapering to a mile in places, Workmen went dutifully about f
: "My reflexes aren't like otherpeoples' I took a test up there and Gilbert's counselors don't want to have to be J Bellot Strait courses for 15 their job of tearing down a 12-
1 iI it i- so I can't operate machinery passed it, but I couldn't oper- that his best bet is to on them all my life. ]miles between Boothia Peninsula used room car house lot.to make. room for a
as fast as other people. ate the switches with the necessary self up in a small already done more than ''( the northernmost point on Almost through their task
Naturally employers want to degree of dexterity," he This is his dream. He should have to do. the North American mainland, they uncovered the frameworkof
hire people who can work quickly said. "I tried banks and every- just ,what he wants, for the future, Gilbert .and Somerset Island. Ice jams a one room log cabin. The
I you can't blame them for thing." he doesn't dare hope for typing neat, ,earnest let- Historical Society decided it
t that it's only good business," All this over a period of a "I'd like to open up to prospective employers and tidal currents make the once was a stagecoach depot
t ti he added. year and a half. store, maybe books and keeps, in close touch with passage tricky, but the straitis and later a toll house.
i Another letter said, "If I'm This month Gilbert got his ing cards. Just a job-placement counselors at deep enough for large ves- The workers now may get the
a= Riex ever to be of any good to myself first job.Through. where I wouldn't have to Rehabilitation. sels. job of helping to preserve it.
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or my country, I have. to, a friend, he got a volved in sales talk of those counselors has I
x find something I can do." I job at the University of Florida.He people unccmfortable. in his file: "He wants to I
Gilbert thought that perhapshe works part time, 24 hours a I "I think it's the only cashier."I so badly, but nothing we I
might have better luck out- week, in the circulation depart- ,ever have any real seems to pan out for NOTICENotice
side of Florida. So he went up ment of the UF Main Library, he added. "I've had all know and accept him.1
north."I shelving 150 different newspa- business management Gilbert "I'm I' M
spent three months in pers from half a dozen different counting in business says is hereby given that the City Tax
Louisville, Ky., and coveredthe countries. "I feel like I could and that's that '- Assessor will meet with the City Commission on
entire town. General Motors "His work is very satisfactory -own, if I ever did get a I am not useless. Monday night, July 6, 1964, at 7:30 o'clock in
Ford, DuPont, Brown and and he's a sensible, pleas- to." people who have! the auditorium at the Utility Operations' Center
Williams Tobacco, Cerebral Pal- ant, friendly soul," says his sup- Gilbert says his palsy aren't supposed:( 555 S.E. 5th Avenue at which time the City Com-
# I sy Foundation, church agen- erior, Mrs. Margaret Duer, head in no position to have ambitions and desires''' mission will sit as an Equalization Board.
cies, all of them."I librarian of the circulation de- capital for such a something worthwhile like,: A. CLARENCE O'NEILL
do father is a machinist, people."
can computer programming partment.His City Tax Assessor
L : -, but I'm not fast enough. pay is 80 cents an hour. er a department store tell you something fun-
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By Becky, Quinn versity of Florida, but not un- -
The jerky, irregular signa- til two years later. I II
ture looked like that of an "I should have listened to
eight year old. them and known better," said
It jumped out at you from Gilbert. "It was too big a school
the smooth context of that and I couldn't get around it.
neatly typed, well phrased "It just swallowed me up."
business letter. Gilbert went home to Ft. Lauderdale .
And there were no steno- and for nine months,
grapher's initials to excuse it. he looked for work any kindof
The letter was written and work.
typed by a 24-year-old young He wrote a letter to his congressman I
man who has worked his way asking for sugges-
through two years of collegeat tions. He went to the job-
the University of Florida placement counselor at the Ft.
i and who graduated with'a' B- Lauderdale Vocational Reha-
plus average .from Broward bilitation office. He searchedall OW
County Business College, as an over town.
t accounting major. He completed "Go to Broward Business College -
the year and one half long take the course in account-
course in less than a year. ing," the counselor told him.
ti In the letter, Gilbert:_ Wer Thenhe' said, "we should
muth was begging for aid in be able to find you a job."
getting a job. His aptitude tests show that
I No less than'ten'' of these-let- ticTlias: a ,good, mind-with_,fig-
ters, writtenat'regular inter- ures.
vals, can be found in an inch- So Gilbert went to school,
thick manila file in the Ala- never missed classes, made
chua area Vocational Rehabilitation good marks. He learned to keep
I office. books, he learned to use various
The rest of the file is jammed kinds of business machines and
1 with notes and letters and to type accurately.But .
doctor's reports that tell the he learned all this with
story: of Gilbert Wermuth.The poor coordination and only
first entry in the agency'sfile limited use of his left hand.
goes back to 1958. When he got out, Gilbert Definitely GULF.NO-NOXgives you
It says that Gilbert has beena started again looking for a job.
victim of cerebral palsy since He wrote letters to everybodyhe
1. birth. could 'think of, had all built to deliver.
Subsequent entries say that kinds of interviews, followed up all the power your car was
he was determined to go to all the suggestions he could get.
+ college, but that his parents "In one letter he wrote to his
hadn't the money to send him. fifth vocational counselor, Gil-
Under the Vocational Rehabilitation bert said:
f policies, some handicapped "Office work is my main in-
students can be financed terest, but I must face certain
with agency funds, if rehabilitation -facts.
counselors think "My handwriting isn't good
that education will help them enough for accounting, I can*t I
I become self sufficient and write precisely or small enough ,
1 that they could successfully for ledger work. ,.
complete a college program. .._ 'd ._ :.' ,

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dents of all ages and from all A Useful Gift ", : 'OJ$: ":i 'l : ', : 7 ".-- : !
walks of life come to the Vocational l' .t*.;.. ; j'At j-;'..
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throughout the state. They are .f."y' .
diagnosed, counseled, trained, ,
fitted with artificial limbs, and @ I r f .;
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apply their skills and abilities MIRACLE! '1'i: :
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from specialized job place- KEY BEAM A'.
p( ment counselors. fe- .
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Rehabilitation is simple: to .on jci .... - .-
help tax supported handicapped i __
equip themselves to become -I 4. '
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f to tell him he couldn't make it, ...
predicted he wouldn't last a ...\.:.... ....., f'
semester. :-- :<,> :

They were right, to a degree.
Gilbert flunked out of the Un-

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(AP) A 20year
old mother is worth $417- 1 375,000 ,! I ? 1f
,00 to her husband during his
i lifetime, a University <* Florida f j
economics professor testified I 1. i t \1 QUMIi
I I'I' Wednesday in circuit c

t court.Dr. Roy Lassiter Jr. said (1 .,.:: .re::: g ,, s r ;z xR DISCOUflI '

ft he based his estimate on a I T ::
i : wife's economic contribution ex > .
to the home of combining the
a' average salaries of a public
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.",y school servant.teacher and domestic* I I Ii'' A r s 1

'X. He testified in Wright E.
l F; S a r vi s' negligence suit 1I
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federal court has given they I Il Ond 011 all 10al1lOodl
l t Prince.Edward County Board ofl T 12 Cu. Ft. 2DoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER LuUul -. "' apeciolp"Ai : bra It' arredl S'quolity
= Supervisors one week to appropriate i t and R rln
ve funds to reopen and IOWP M. Fid,efngert0rr
'.r erate public schools. op-'I ices 1 01 fon tonic 11 Pro..d 11/J/f, tnOc/e I

U.S. Dist. Judge Oren R.
Wednesday night told the
{ board to act by June 25, one s $ r'
.;i month: ,the day,after the U.S. I H e I
,),' Supreme Court ordered Prince !J ZERO
(1 r Edward EO.reopen the schools. I

l Judge:;Lewis declined to spell FREEZER
I. out exactly how much money I
t. the board should appropriate, as FROST GUARD
I L' sought by Negro attorneys. He

IJ operate told thesupervisors schools substantially they must SIZZLING CARLOAD APPLIANCE BUYS !

l equal to those in other rural I I

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Lewis turned down a request r
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order the county to hire a pub- I 11.9.. I 1

I I lic school.on faculty-a nondiscrimina-and schoolemployes 14 Cu. Ft. 2-Door I 15 Cu. Ft. 2DoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER U
;a
;i tory basis.He said the Supreme
J i'' Court had.not required it. I REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER i i
; A spokesman' for the supervisors I ,
said in Farmville that .1.1I

he meet thought before the the weekend board would for a : 100 LB.i : .

briefing by,its special counsel, I I $218 $
'1 J. Segar Gravatt, ,and would ZEROfe 298i
"reach some decision by June
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25.; FREEZER :
t Gravatt on Monday had asked I
the court what penalties the supervisors i :
might expect if they
f "find it impossible to comply.. A A $ 1 i ''
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\ said. "I'll tell them then what
the penalty will be."

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1 Since then white pupils have Thermostat control! $119 Thermostat controlRustresistant 1 $1 159 Slideout chassis 218 Vn.t Control. $1 98
attended private, segregated Rust resistant cabinet cabinet Zinc Coated Cabinet
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-Quote of the day: Manager Thermostat control $138 Thermostat control 169 and automatic fan, auto- $3491
+ Brian Epstein of the rock 'n Rust resistant cabinet 1 .' Rust resistant cabinet thermostat. thermostat
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Neto Aircraft.. Nine.GHS.- =T -. I Bus. Ad. College Appoints Sims Assistant DeanDean I
'Students Picked

Lands Vertically I SEE by I I Donald J. Hart of the He will fill the vacancy cre- ment services in the College.of '

To Attend Science Lectures University of Florida's Collegeof ated when Dr. Robert S. Cline Business Administration, replac- .
GRAND PRAIRIE TeL CAP) Business Administration yesterday returns to the classroom In!ing Sims.
-Test r'start announced the appoint-
flights will nex CORAL. GABLES -:Nine stu- series, co-sponsored by the II the SUN September to help fill teaching
month for a transport able tc ? I I I ment of George R. Sims as as- BURTON FUND,
American Association for the needs of the
take off vertically and hailed a tents from Gainesville High I sistant dean of the College.A College in the area I NEW YORK (AP) Actor
'J, promise of a new era In mill 'chool were among participants Advancement of Science and II II member of the Business Administration of insurance. Cline, who has Richard Burton, who says "I've

tary and commercial aviatior it a special ..series: of' science UM. POLICE, FIRE REPORT other articles valued at I, faculty since 1957, served as assistant dean for the been a bleeder all my life,"
'Lecturer Dr. Robert B. $643.02were is
was past seven a professorof
f Ling-Temco-Vought wheele sctures ,at the University of Accident Rowidup reported missing. Sims is an assistant professorof years has announced that he's settingup
Livingston, neurophysiologistand insurance.
the craft-an XC142A-from tiara.last week. I chief of the General Re- Involved in accidents re- marketing and served ahead a fund to finance researchon
hangar for the first public ir "How ''Man Looks at His search Support Branch of the ported by the Gainesville Fire Calls of the placement service in Carl A. Anderson, assistant hemophilia.There .
spection Wednesday. Jrain," was the topic for the Division of Research Facilitiesand Police Department and Alachua At 2:33 p.m. yesterday, a the College of Business Administration -professor of accounting will as- is no known way to cure
...... Resources. National Institutes County Sheriff's office in the :at 920 NW 25th Ave. since 1961. sume duties as head of place or control the blood disorder.

of Health.: past 24 hours were: r.n.miaucc.-. : _,,',r-err e ,tre._ ;eca -. -,." .
t HIS CHOICE 1 I The "Holiday. Science Lectures Bradley W. Penk, 1708 NW ;
," are co-sponsored nation 10th Ter., and an unknown vehicle z
wide by'AAAS to give superior at SW 13th St. and 1st r"jt
r students and teachers the opportunity -Ave. at 5:24 p.m. yesterday. '4b.
to hear eminent scientists Betty K. Clardy, 3610 NW 12th
f I discuss their fields in Ave., and a culvert at the Little-
ft ,Ipt wood Elementary School at 3:48: ,. ; i. .- .
t depth. The UM series was the \ a: w: :%ov .o. ; :> :
first ever presented in Florida. p.m. yesterday.
.. The Gainesville participants Al H. Simmons, 221 NW 16th r \.
selected Ave., and Christine B. Shannon
I primarily on the basisof
'iI grade averages and standard 1904 NW 6th St., at NW 6th St.
and 16th Ave. at 10:50 a.m.
,SCAT test scores, were: Grover yes
I I T. Alison, 17; Dale E. Brabham, terday.
16; Bruce S. Chappell, 16; Ker- Etta V. Means, 3221 NW 6th

k s ry F. Graham, 16; Andrew L. St., and Dorothy A. Taylor, 2880 .._ .
3 wtiAX: :HUA.auw.MVw::+vaW0i0.Vir4XM4NwNwn .v+Wna wKgNf:H.'Y : .M: nwv.Qwaww. : .bwwyWylyrYl.YYYYYYY
Mickle, 16 SE 18th Ave., at 10:54 a.m. yes-
; Stephen E. Nadeau, Mustang Hardtop
_
terday at the First National
16 Wanda
; M. Nolan, 17; Daniel
1 M. Tucker, 16 and Bank Parking Lot.
B.
f I I[Welsch, 17, all ;of GHS.Boyd Breaking and EnteringThe Some people!! just didn't realize. how much Fords have changed.!! Then, they ame in to see Mustangand

following attempted or took their first good look around a Ford showroom They saw the hottest line of cars in
successful break-ins b
i were reported -
Modem masculine styling combines Today within the past 24 hours: t America...the "Car of the Year"Award winners..the best built Fords ever.They saw cars so

t I with 14K white five magnificent and textured diamonds yellow gold in $125 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Favion The parked L. Hartw'g Station of Bus Miami of, smartly styled, so easy to handle, so good to drive, that they made this the best sales year in Ford ,

J bold man's ring. Division history even before the Mustang came out.They saw America's leading performance car
Today is Thursday, June 18, while parked in the J. M. Fields ;
f NO MONEY DOWN plus tax the 170th day of 1964. There are Parking Lot. Hartwig, who noti- -the Super Torque Ford (hardtop sales up 54%).They saw America's
I fftatntitm enlarged to*tiov detail 196 days left in the year. fied police yesterday but said
most famous personal luxury car-Thunderbird-with sales up 68% TRY TOTAL PIltFOlUluel
Today's highlight in history: he suffered the burglary June FOR A CHAN6EIFORD
.I On this date in 1812, the U.S. 9, said access was gained over last year's record.They found out why Falcon almost outsells

,. Congress declared war on Great through a window. Cothing and Chevy II and Valiant combined. And why Fairlane is a pacesetterin '
Britain.
'1't{ ZALES WILL NOT On this date its own field.One look can make you fall in love with any one of
State
I $ BE UNDERSOLD 12 E. University Ave. In 1815, Napoleon was defeated ParksUnrestricted Ford's 46 models.A test drive can make you a Ford man forever. .........FikM.FilitaM.ttii.'h>>II4..i14
in the Battle of Waterloo.fATHER'S .
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fl\nn@ TALLAHASSEE (AP) State
Parks have been open to all
t races without restriction for
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many the State park
ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY' Service reported.But (
director N. E. Miller said >>B .1 :
that the vast majority of Negroes
1)) have continued to use the
parks established for them while
1"I the whites generally use their

I parks.
i There have been cases of integrated -
r rI groups using the predom-
inantly white parks, and other
I cases in which Negroes tested
1, integration policies by going to
( the white parks, Miller said. But
no violence resulted.
I \ Generally, the whites leaves
I when a Negro group shows up, v tOw'l'
Ij I j he said. Miller said that the ? r A

I; board many months ago set the
\\1 policy that the public parks

would be open to all regardlessof .
race.
Lon to right:Ford GalaxU SCO/XL Convertible.Ford Country Squlro,Ford Galailo 500/XL Hardtop
..
TO VISIT U. S. SEE*AND TEST-DRIVE THE TOTAL, PERFORMANCE
: .r CANBERRA (AP) Sir Rob
ert.Menzies, 74, prime mininsterof CARS AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S
DAY Australia, leaves by plane
'i Friday for Washington and talks o
-- RIDE WALT DISNEY'S MAGIC SKYWAY AT THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY'S WONDER ROTUNDA NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
with President Johnson.

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Thursday, June 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

Congress Redistricting Bill Waldo Dog OwnersNOTICE



I Gains in House to Dog Owners in Waldo Area. The
Support Veterinarian will be in Waldo on the City Lot
at the base of the water tank on

,tti Hrro flark GJtetfB> -after-next fall's election. The Members of the House have I Thursday-2:30 to 6:30 p.m. exalt vure +
J By ANTHONY LEWIS I feeling is that the Supreme long been cool to the idea of i 4w
l : WASHINGTON A bill to Court will in any event permitno redistricting by strict population -; JUNE 18, 1964

j fair lay down definite standards has for delay. past the 1966 electionby standards. This is hardly j ALL DOGS MUST BE INOCULATED AT THIS TIME! DRUG STORES Y
congressional districts states with inequitable con- surprising since their own seats The City of Waldo, Waldo, Fla. OI IR1YrpR
I I picked new in the
.
Ii up support gressional districts. might well be at stake. j. IWLfUKBUMI
I House and now has ,a good ,
chance approval there.
L Rep. Emanuel Celler, D-N.Y., 1028 N. MAIN GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
I? has proposed the bill for many .
I years. It, first attracted realInterest McCOLLUM DRUG, 1124 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.
.. I
when the Supreme GIFTS'for I McCOLLUM DRUG, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
: Court Held
If\ last February, that ...
/A TY congressional districts must be 13TH PHARMACY 1522 NW 13TH ST.
a l substantially equal in popular I
r tion % I GRESHAM DRUG 12 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. :
ff t Th week's decision extend-
,. ing' the equal-population principle WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! :

. ? ,to' state_ legislative districts DAD PRICES PLUS FEDERAL TAX WHERE APPLICABLE!
k : ,gave the bill another psy- .
chological lift. While not directly -
: related, the decision seemed 98 DESENEX FOOT POWD. 57f-
: to convince members of the L These and Many Other GIFT SUGGESTIONS-PRICED RIGHT I
1t House" that the courts really
meant issue.business on the districting 59! ALKA-SEL TZER TABS, 25's 38- -

The Celler bill is now expected y
,j to win approval next Assorted $199 FOAM ICE CHEST 27-QUART $166 -
t; Wednesday at a meeting of a MEN'S FINE

,1 i 4 t' It house would judiciary i next go subcommittee.to the full WALKING SPORT SHIRTS97c $399 FOLDING AL[ CHAIR $299 ..
committee. Celler is chairman SHORTS
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i Ill of The both bill groups.as presently drafted $125 OLD SPICE SHAVE LOTION 88* :

provides that no congressionaldistrict from
in a state may vary and 57cto $197 1 *!
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i by more than.'l5 per cent from 98 GILLETTE FOAMY SHAVE 56 :
1kr r the average population of that
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i I 1 talked about reducing the variance -
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Reception Honors Brides' ill 0 m "f n III-TH f fflmiLy f ) Y YRuth Miss Gale HonoredMiss



Patricia Ann Gale, The guest list Included the

.. Book Weimer Women's Editor bride-elect of Edward Cossa- honoree, Mrs. Gale, Miss Mari-
Club
4-H Delegates boom, was honored at a lingerie anna Mannelli, Miss Patricia

I Ir ; shower given recently by Narron, Miss Betty JaM
I i FRIDAY, Jane 19 Mrs. J. L. Sommese and daughter -Greene, Mrs. Ro :rta Walker
1 -- Miss Ailstock Feted Miss Paula Sommese, Mrs.E. Mrs. Mary Ruth Elfe, Mrs. Carl
Luncheon honoring Miss S. Priem and daughter Miss Wright and Miss Patsy Gra
Chris Carlisle bride-elect of I
Joy Priem, and Miss Vicki ham.
Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, Sommese. i
12:30 Mrs. Russell Cow-
p.m. A lace tablecloth covered the I
les and Mrs. John Harrisonat Fruit CompoteWhen
serving table which was adorned
lI the Harrison home, 727 SW 9
I 27th Street. with pink sweetheart rose you want to prepare a
k kf arrangements and pink candles. particularly good fresh fruit
Bridal luncheon honoring r Miss Gale and her mother,
compote sweeten it with a
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Miss Dian Aiken, fianceeof Mrs. Joseph P. Gale, were
Paul Martz, noon, Mrs. W. presented pink and white althea sugar syrup flavored with lem-

G. Carver of Lakeland and .afr corsages.: on or lime and orange rind
c her daughter, Miss Jean Car- 1- I
ver, Hotel Thomas. From
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Wedding of Miss Dian Aik-

f' en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
and Paul Martz, son of Rev. To You !

I'I J and Mrs. Charles T. Martz of

Pompano Beach, 7:30 p. m.,
I Rr First Presbyterian Church. FREE WEEK-END

k
Miscellaneous shower honor- at
t' ing Miss Patricia Ann Reh- .. e % 'I Guy Lombardo's Famous
,
bein, bride-elect of Arthur
qrtrt'L McMillan Dunscombe, Mrs. PORT-0-CALL MOTEL !

r George Birkett and Mrs. Fred On Tierre Verde

Birkett, 8:30: p.m., 1061 NE o
I ;y 20th Place.Rehearsal. t a Come in and register No
-. obligation No purchase
'. Miss Penny Fay r necessary. .
Hendry and William C.: Canadj

.. Jr., wedding party, 8 p.m.,, :Miss Sandra Shaw lef t, entertained at a shower given for Miss Patricia Chesnut Office Equipment Co. Inc.

Highlands Presbyterian Church, Ailstock, right. 106 W. University Ave. Phone FR 2-8421
dinner to follow.

j '-. Saturday, June 20 Mrs. Woodrow Shaw and her McNeil Gornto on Wednesday cloth covered the serving table, 1
Pict"u' A.M. TO 6 P.M.
I Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz is red in the garden I Wedding of Miss Penny Fay daughter Miss Susan Shaw en- evening, at their home.A and an arrangement of a white!' SHOP FRIDAY FROM AND 9 SATURDAY
with Andy Gilman, of Milligan, center, and Sandra Hendry and William C. Canady tertained with a miscellaneous cherub holding a plate of pink I

t .: Copeland of Arcadia, right. jr., Highlands Presbyterian shower honoring Miss Patricia corsage of white carnationsand roses centered with white I

I Chruch, 7:30 pjn., reception follows Ailstock, bride-elect of Clifton pink roses was presented to tapers. I
I Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz ren, Mrs. Frank and Mrs.'
f Perry at Church.SATURDAY Miss Ailstock, and corsages of An arrangment of pink roses'was '
entertained than 500 delegates Kenneth.
more
pink roses were presented to the used the mantle flanked)
to the 4-H Club Con- Presiding at the punch tablein on :
June 20 CalendarOf mother of the honoree, Mrs. white ta
holding pink
by urns
ference at a reception given at the small dining room were Clarence W. Ailstock, and Mrs.
L', the President's residence on Mrs. Bill Allen, Mrs. Gordon Wedding of Miss Janet E. Clifton Gornto, mother of the pers.Mrs.

Tuesday afternoon. White, Mrs. E. T. York and Cooper, daughter of Mr. and bridegroomelect.A Kay Tanner and Miss
I Dr. Emily King and Miss Dr. Emily King. Karen Davis assisted with the
Mrs. Harry E. Cooper and Ed-
Betty Mifflin greeted guests at Floor hosts were W. W. EventsTODAY silver vegetable dish was I ... .. .
the door. The entrance was dec Brown, Grant Godwin, Miss gar S. Burr, son of Mr. and Mrs. presented to the honoree by the hospitalities.About -,.-'-, ,

orated by a green four leaf Ruth Milton, Bill Allen and Bernard E. Burr, 7:30 p. m.,, hostesses.A fifty friends of the

clover with a center of pale Gordon White. loan[ Chapel, .Reception, First PresbyterianChurch in Church June 18 white cutwork linen table- honoree attended the shower. I
yellow zinnias. Yellow roses decorated the Gainesville Library Advis-
Oriental vases filled with ma- living room and bird of paradse Parlor. ory Board, 8 p.m., Gaines-

genta colored cockscromb, sago filled a brass container in Coffee honoring Miss Jane ville Public Library. .
I palm, pink gladioli and gerber the sun room.Mrs. I I Hannon, bride-elect of James Gainesville League of Worn- I MR. 4 / %

daisies were reflected in the Ralph Beauchamp, Mrs. Adkinson Jr., Mrs. D. T. Phylaw men Voters, 8 p.m., Mrs. War
t foyer mirrors where guests Cesar Riviera and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. :3. C. .Phillips, 10:30: ren W. Menke, 121 SW 22nd
were received by Dr. and Mrs. Rattama designed the flower a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,1209 NE 4th Street, Orientation Meeting.
Reitz, and Eddie Taylor of arrangements for the reception.I Street. 4'/2 %
Green Cove Springs, State 4-H i Gainesville Chapter 44, MUNSINGWEAR
Council president, and Mary "Coke" party feting Miss OES, 8 pjn., Masonic Temple. DividendsWill SCULLING POLO SHIRTSShort
Hedden, of Fort Meade, vice Florida Union Chris Carlisle, bride-to-be of Allemanders Square Dance sleeve cool knits as pictured in
Club Gainesville School Make .. black, red. white, blue, beige. Sizes
High
president. Mrs. M. 0. Watkins Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, 6 to 20. The boys live 'em.
assisted in the receiving line. Fine Arts 10:30 a.m., Mrs..Gus McGriff, Teachers Auditorium. You Drool, $2
hosts and 1020 NE Third Street.
Serving as junior
FRIDAY, June 19 r
hostesses were Andy Gilman of ExhibitThe Dinner honoring Miss Pa- av dza:. Too! Open (z : f, TOM SAWYER
Milligan, Carol Ann Stuart of Gainesville Bridge Club, 9am. SEERSUCKER
Jennice Hair of Inverness tricia Ailstock and Clifton Mc ., In.. Your
Pensacola, Florida Union Fine Arts Neil Gornto following their Holiday ,.. Savings WALKING SHORTS
Don Wetherington of United Church Women, Holy 7 f This is our third re-order on these
Committee is currently wedding rehearsal the
1 at
spon-
Jasper, George Taylor of Mari- Trinity Episcopal Church, 9:30a. Account Today wonderfully cool wash and wear
soring an exhibit entitled Archer Baptist Church, Mrs.H. and 7:30 S J 100% cotton shorts. And you know
of
and Sandra Copeland m. m.
anna, p.
"Backgrounds of Modern Paint B. Skinner, aunt of the 3 they're top values if they're by Tom
Arcadia.A I in the Lounge of bride her ., Sawyer. Sizes 6 to J 18.
ing" Bryan at home in Archer.
Victorian antique white i I the Union. I Corn RelishYou GainesvilleMutual : : $3c

epergne held an arrangementof The show, circulated by the :Monday, June 22Miscellaneous .
pink and coral roses, center-; National Gallery of Art, Wash-,I can make a jigtime corn r-
ing the punch table in the large' ington, D.C., consists of twelve II I shower compli--relish to serve with frankfurters. !
dining room. Pouring punch paintings thai illustrate the : menting Miss Sandy Buckler, Enliven French dressing j BUILDING &
were Mrs. W. W. Brown, Miss' trends in painting during the i bride-elect of Jim Huguley, Miss with lots of minced onion and,I LOAN ASSOCIATION

Helen Holstein, Miss Eloise last hundred years, including Nancy Willingham, Miss Beth pour over drained canned whole-
Johnson, Miss Lora Kiser, Mrs.! expressionism, realism, impressionism -Brogdon, 5915 NW 19th Place, kernel corn (or cooked fresh I'' 217 N.E. 1st ST. PH. FR 6-6771 'rtTr. Ir 11

Grant Godwin, Miss Alma War- and the more abstract -, p.m. corn cut from the cob). "
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ent day. Included in the show 7t- '
EngagementAnnounced are reproductions of such art- r k

ists as Braque, Picasso. Lucat, TIIEEAJ9E8OJVBOIV$ 1.,
Matisse, Whistler, and Renoir.
The public is invited to visit
the Florida Union and enjoy .. t 1

engagement TodayThe of Miss Joy the exhibit. Finest Gifts For Fa fher/

Ann Starling, daughter of Mrs. Gainesville
Vivian Starling, and Steve Star
Se OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT PAY WEEKLY or MONTHLY!
ling of Lawtey, to William Newcomers
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Thomas Carter son of C. F. Car S :
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ter of Lawtey, is announced to- InstallThe
day the bride-elect's mother. k-
Miss Starling and Mr. Carter Gainesville NewcomersClub
were graduated from Bradford met recently at the Rec-
The most sets
High School. reation Center to install new of- playful

Plans have been made for a ficers. Mrs. Edgar Ehrig
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July 10 wedding, at 8 p.m. at served as installing officer. fi I Is. wear a tag saying.Healthlex..
the First Baptist Church, Law- The slate of new officers includes .
tey. Mrs. R. A. Bennett, -_.uoaa_ _
No invitations are being sent president; Mrs. Harry Witt, vice
but all friends and relatives arc president; Mrs. Donald McKenna Sleeveless cotton knit SHIRTS with flattering "
I invited to attend the ceremonyand i secretary, and Mrs. Nis neck lines. All have sweet trimmings or em-
reception. Nissen, treasurer. Corsageswere broidery. Sm; th cotton SHORTS have -2-button .
presented to the new of trim, a asti /backs and the flattest fronts. All
ficers. washable. Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6x. Wonderfulvalues .
) Rummage Sales Refreshments were served fol- and only . .'. . . $2.93

lowing the ceremony by Mrs. w yr
Saturday Clarence Myers. 1
Bridge was played and prizes
f The Sunshine Service Club of were won by Mrs. Edgar Ehrig,
:the Supreme Forest Woodmen Mrs. Cesar Riviera and Mrs. i iI \

t Circle will sponsor a rummage S. Shoko. iI I r"

sale on Saturday at the Birdsey,I
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a.m.Members I Protect your hearing Get a
should contact Mrs. Hearing Examination TODAYI IP A1 I II Ii II .
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j about schedule arrange' AID CO. i SUNBEAM or NORELCO SHAVER :
,ments. I I 620 N.Main FR MO!9S
of these Famous -
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GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER L E R S 9 to 9 Mon. thru So t. I around to keep the shirts in. All washable. Sizes
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Thursday, June 18, 1954 Gainesville_Sun!. 11 I


: Scranton Hits Barry's Courage, Then: RetractsDENVER



William DENVER, Colo. (AP) Gov. The attack was the Pennsyl- age to face people." The ques- lic by refusing to hold ner A few hours later Scrantond any Republican would be better.1. Campaign aides'said the goyernor's -hold up through the first ballotat
I W. Scranton accused vania governor's sharpest ever tion came up when Scrantonwas conferences and using only r a Denver news conference than President Johnson. '
,Sen. Barry Goldwater Wednesday -on a political asked to comment Gold- flYIn8'triPwas a success San Francisco.
I opponent. on pared material his addres it his use of the world "cour-
of lacking the courage to Scranton set a precedent in water's refusal to debate himon "I don't consider that to !" in that earlier press con- The governor left Denver and indicated Scranton could ex-i After the respite at Harrisburg -
, f face him in a television debate, his own style of political cam- television. the right type of candidate 'rence "was an ill-advised use Wednesday night after 72 hoursof pect great second ballot. Scranton plans to fly to
and then retracted the statement paigning at St. Louis when he Scranton said Goldwater had have in America," the goven. .' the word delegate raiding in states gen- strength. Louisville Ky., Friday afternoon .
r hours later. said Goldwater "lacks the cour- insulated himself from the pub- told newsmen. I He said he believed Goldwa- erally Goldwater.counted as leaning toward The Associated Press delegate and from there to Boston,

poll now puts Goldwater's dele- Mass., to keynote the Massachusetts
er "has personal courage and Scranton headed back to Har- gate support at 677-more than Republican Convention
GOP Governors nobody denies that. I don't." risburg for a day of catch-up enough for nomination, if they;:Saturday.
Against __ ____
Barry: Scranton added: "But since work on state business'' left, by u .
the New Hampshire campaign adjournment of the legislatureand \1
.he has further planning for his
been guarded and
.His Policies Have Them Worried 'hemmed in by the politicians presidential nomination bid. i
, around him. The legislative adjournment:
led Scranton to cancel a foray 1I-1IE
,f '_ ..... a_ ,_ . .. The reason, said Scranton, is into Utah to meet with dele-
1 Sim fork thtmtnPORTLAND to carve a personal national that a Goldwater victory would I senator's positions are so antagonistic because the American people of that .
l Ore. Most of niche out of the turmoil that bring to the forefront of the: to labor, Negroes and would "become even more disenchanted -gates In some 4,000 state.miles of I' 1ti
the nation's Republican governors -will come as the "Stop Goldwa government political extremistswho other large blocs of voters that by what are his real that flying I:
f, oppose Sen. Barry Goldwa-' ter" drive either succeeds or are without experience in I more moderate Republicans will views." Scranton began, Pa.Monday, the governor morning met in i I GET 2 FOR THE MONEY
j ter's candidacy because they fails. administration and who would I be defeated if he leads the tick Despite the criticism, Scran-I with delegates and GOP lead
are,.apprehensive over his policies be equipped only with a set of f: et. ton said he I
would MARY CARTER PAINTS
Gold-
More often, however, an support ers in Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas,
private conversations during slogans as the basis for deci In the middle west, Republican water for the I I'
if
presidency the Missouri and Colorado
i open or a barely concealed animosity as well
501 N.W. 8th AVE. 3767588THE
,the past few days have IndiGated. to the senator's candidacy -sions.It governors have been shocked senator is nominated. He said as in his home state. i
.. is thought by some governors by statements from some of i
is traceable to nagging worries -
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that Goldwater's appointees Goldwater's ho
supporters w
I t .11' there also that the senator just does
some cases appears would include many suck)I contend that any Republican official -
not know what he is talking
to be ambition behind the .
from his
persons among sup opposing the senator
J opposition ambition to about on a lot of subjects. .. '' oJ
create a '
porters. should be read out of the party. f. '. .
personal national following, or. Then there is the concern, There are 16 Republican governors ., One governor failed to get a spot .r '
and three of them are on his state's convention delegation 4
I If for Goldwater. The 13 others because he opposes Gold-
11 represent varying shades of op, water.In .
"POP" WANTS position. For example, Gov the Far West, at least y .
'
Rockefeller of New York jus one Republican governor thinks
wants the senator beaten, by that a Goldwater victory in No-
IfW f Transistor anybody, while Gov. Robert E vember is distinctly possible
ZENITH Smylie of Idaho will have to and recoils from the potentialities
Radio vote for Goldwater as an instructed for national disaster that he
delegate to the Republican foresees if that happened. He
t GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION National Convention. envisions a Goldwater campaign
Rockefeller and Gov. WilliamW. in which the racial issue wouldbe
i I OF ZENITH TRANSISTOR RADIOS Scranton of Pennsylvania, paramount.
who is now Goldwater's lead Other Republican governors
ing rival for the nomination, believe that Goldwater's selection
l
COUCH'S 608 N. come from states where there as the presidential nominee
has been intense pressure by would mean total and ruinous
t MAIN ST. other Republican officials to do defeat for their state party or-

'WE GIFT! WRAP OUR SALES" something that will keep Gold ganizations, although they
water off the ballot. would expect him to lose in No-
* i These officials fear that the vember. MIGHTY
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jttle FolKS. by GeorgeLinzmayer Jr. 361 Delegates

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I'WA1i7 5 POUNDS WHY t>0,YOU WANT 1 V& MOM CAIDTHEY'D SAJD US PEASANTS CAN Legally Tied
TOLS EASE-- L M HAVE TO
AMA LIKE KJN66 BY
I WA MT LOTL OF M.E/I R? SEE OS 7MROUM CAT
: tYEi 1 TaaTOO! ALL OF THIS i W DOLLARS MtW Ant
WEEK! MEATAM1Umsfl.M4 To Goldwatei
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WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
Barry Goldwater has 361 Re- .
publican National Convention
delegates bound to him by state :
.s I laws or party convention ac-
tions. That's more than half of ..
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the 677 first-ballot votes credited -
to him by an Associated
BEEF SHORT Press survey.

I SWIFT'S_BUTTERBALL. 11! r% B r* ** J EAT-BETTER f The remainder of the votes in ,. ..it1',.r ,
TURKEYS KID;) J WIENERS Goldwater's column come from .

10 to 14 lb. average 29*! delegates who say they favor ; ; ', ,; ; .J' : ; ; ; ........' ,..
the Arizona senator, including \ ; : y ,:" : :" .. ,
35 21 100 35 who consider themselves per- :
lb. Ibs. I sonally pledged or committed .. J '"
Leon Brisket and 28 who say they'll vote for : 1. .
BOSTON BUTT STEEND him but are not personally '
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a ) ROAST PORK 5 Ibs. CUT PORK pledged. .N.: : ,; ,:>;,::,, .., ,

CHOPS The total credited to Goldwa- 10X100 BTU Air Conditioner 160. ..:, n
ter in the AP is 22 40 in. Electric Range $l0", G.E. .,. x.s i...
survey more Refrigerate S15 Rugs & Pad '
39Ib: 39 lb. than the 655 needed for the nom- 125. FR 4-0000. rr

99C ination-provided he can keep <- ,
them between now and the GOP

_,. o convention opening in San .... .... "
Francisco July 13. 0' '<. .. ,
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FRESH LEAN GROUND SWIFT'S PREMIUM CHUCK FLA. GR. A DELL'S Goldwater's votes stemming ;.. '.. ;. p' .
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from a binding state primary II l..!
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BEEF STEAK HENS election total 118; from instructions f.
of a state or district GOP

convention, 243. ,

This could rise if the last 14
,delegates to be chosen, in Mon-
:
3Ibs.95c 45c 19c tana Friday are instructed for The above Gainesville Sun classified ad is set in four lines. It measures V

lb. lb.SWIFT'S Goldwater. I inch deep and 1 column wide. It costs as much as $1.36 per day or as little as
Most politicians I
SWIFT'S PREMIUM at such terms as privatelyscoff "legally, 56c depending on the number of days it is ordered to appear.It .

PREMIUM BOLOGNA I'binding." They contend that
SAUSAGE even such strict statutes
as
looks kinda lonesome by itself, but look at it this Gainesville
LB. BAG 3 lb S. 1.00 those in Oregon and Wisconsin I way your ,

3 89c f SUGAR HERSHEY'Sor Large OUR 2'1z VALUE Con gates governing would the be actions hard to of uphold dele Sun classified ad appears in over 19,000 papers every day. So, actually, your 1tJ 1

FRESH SLICED BEEF 5 I-bs Pork 6' I in the courts of another state, inch ad is multiplied by 19,000 which amounts to over 4,750 inches. Since thereare
eons I such as California, where the
) liVER 5 cans 9'9ct .'convention is to be held. I 198 inches on a Gainesville Sun classified ad page, you are actually gettingover

t 3 lb s. 1.00 I 39C. BE4CON I Republican convention rules 24 pages!
I recognize the right of any delegate I
OUR VALUE-303 COlt BLEACH to vote as he pleases, re-;:
I
TOMATOES ($5.00 limit:Order One with or gal. 39c i,state gardless conventions.of instructions from i ii That's a lot of advertising space for only $1.36 ((56c per day if you order your

8 cans 1.00 $ Morel FRESH DANDEr U-O&. Loaf I It is pointed out, however I ad on ,a 12-day basis) and this price includes delivery to the reader's door!

t GINGHAM GIRL WIJ BREAD that a' rebel who ignored specific I

,$; fLOUR SELF-RISING BLUE PLATE 2 I loaves 27 c :!convention instructions might from find a a chilly state! Just to send a post card to all Gainesville Sun Subscribers would cost over

RED G WHITE EVAP. j political atmosphere when he: $9:_O.OO for postage.No .
;., 5 Ib' s. 39 C a onnaise Toll COltS ,gets back home.Exiles' .

I A-1 TOILET qt'. jar 39c MILK r
I TISSUE HEINZ S for 1.00 Lawyer wonder Gainesville Sun classified ads are the "best buy" in North Central

3 rolls 19c. BABY FOOD FLA. GR. A MEDIUM I Gets Sentence Florida when it, comes to selling, renting, swapping or buying;They work like

EGGS magic!
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1 oLl. SOLIDS. Jars c I I
: MIAMI
(APMiami lawyer
3 d 1.00
OLEO 02Ibs %.
: OUR VALUE Charles Ashmann, who says he,
::.. .29c CREAM STYLE Cant went broke representing Cuban': Skilled Gainesville Sun classified ad takers are waiting to serve you to help
: RNOl GRiTS exiles, received a three-year I t y
prison sentence Wednesday for! you word your classified ad for best RESULTS at the lowest cost.

." .'-:::or:=C GUSTAFSON'S'MILK RLTON'S 7 cans 1.00 Sibs. 29c }i writing worthless checks. I

-" GENESsf BlUE PLATE APPLE Ashmann represented Cuban; Just Call 372-8411 r. *Ai.. J
BEER t exiles in efforts to free prison; .
f 1_ JELLY 2-LB. JARS b
53' of the Castro # ;-
I ers
c government, 4. .
go i iI it#f".J J. : J. FY
9f. 6. cans 99c 3 for 1.00 I and he forced seizure of thousands ... n. .;
rT! RED GL ,WHITE Giant Size I of dollars worth of Cuban .., : ., -. _

1 i DETERGENT49c OUR ADVERTISED NOBODY UNDERSELLS PRICES ARE MEAT-A-RAMA ALWAYS IN EFFECT i i property man for with a a Miami claim advertising againsti ., .-.. : '1.t:5'- r: ....,;, ...;. :.JIi.. T._ ...n' :_ :_
FROM ONE THURSDAY TO THE NEXT
i Cuba. .
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; bad checks worth a total of
1 CABBAGE- $300. Ashmann, Miami Beach's Oiaintstti11e iut ;
5clb. STORt HOURS outstanding young man of 1957,
QUAKTITV RIGHTS
said .
he never intended to de- ..
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LARGE HEAD CALIF. s fraud anyone. .." -.,. .... -.''-" '-

LETTUCE15c 9 AM M! : PM Judge Gene Williams said a Classified >
presentence investigation turnedup :Department: ; _
Next deer to fire station Open Sunday 9 a.". to 1 p.m. more than just the bad check
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Miss Florida Contestants; I. DARE Predicts Needs Of Fla. Agriculture. -=

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irA2'; Operation DARE revealed ers needed in the productionand $336 million in 1962 to an expected -realized in 1975, efforts must machines and has documentedthe

here this week that Florida harvesting of selected agri- $1.35 billion! in 1975. be made to insure that sourcesof need for additional agricul-
t} 3 :qO ZYa .y.rt:Aa 9t needs for agricultural labor will cultural products will climb : Brooker agricultural credit are 'suffi- tural engineering service for
Dr. M. A. dean of Florida agriculture.Kinard call
in many cases double duringthe from the more than 89,000 em ciently adequate to achieve this I
the University of Florida's Col- ed on industry for help in ob
next 10 that ferti- ployed today to 121,115. potential.Dr. .
7 years; for
anexpanded
lege of Agriculture said that it taining support I
lizer requirements will substan- Moxley also pointed out that is the opinion of the DARE com- D. T. Kinard Universityof research program in this area
I tially increase; and that it will there will be,an increased need mittee that lending institutionscan Florida agricultural engineering at the University of Florida.
become increasingly more diffi- '
land. for managers and supervisorsand safely recognize some spec- head predicted consider I
cult to finance agricultural
skilled labor in the ulative valuebut that able
production only expansion of agricultural The United States sells more
4s More than 150 agricultural and harvesting of agricul- amount that could conceivablybe equipment and engineering. He
leaders attended the two day tural products. justified from increased productivity said every commodity sessionof than 28 per cent of the tobacco

414j tL DARE conference on the University Ellis Clark vice presidentand of the farm itself. He DARE has pointed out opportunities leaf bought in free world mark.

f___ t of Florida campus to agricultural consultant with II said what ever appraisal ap for new and improved ets-some 505 billion pounds.
tackle problems involving the :the First National Bank of Miami 'proach is used in making farm

future needs for labor and credit loans, the one essential ingred-
gave the projections for
>; 4rfy6p and to discuss the potentials : ient is "horse sense." Pierce Wulberniltirphey
agricultural credit. In 1962 the ,
of the fertilizer feed seed agri- :
total agricultural debt I
and was Lester Gibson regional manager Corp.33Vz .
agricultural
cultural equipment
industries. I more than $419 million. By 1975, of the Georgia-Florida mort- N. MAIN $T. RHOHE376rl29iMembers
chemical
'it is expected to be $750 million. gage loan office Prudential Insurance New York Stock Exchange

Discussing the situation for'This compares with cash re-, Co., said if Florida's Robert W/Kuhn Worry 5, Myles
fertilizers, Roger P. Hill, University I ceipts from farming of nearly! agricultural potential is to be
7 .. economist said that nitrogen -,
.M consumption will reach

ff<'l.'W-Z r.: :. 254,000 tons by 1975. This is a
112 per cent increase from 1960.

S F yY I 1V' The labor shortage problemin '
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the state was defined by Dr.
C. C. Moxley who said DARE
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I Petersburg ItiI: Miss Perry Festival Miss Eau Gallie the number of year-round work-


Visitors \

Drop N'EVALVfSIII !


Tributes AtGrave CARPETING f ... ,

JFK $ C50 were when it comes to


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By ELTON C. FAY .1 t.ff Sq. YdL

WASHINGTON (AP) A I :fi.j ,
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baby's shoe a woman's glove
a religious medal a lone flower -1P.
have been placed on the hillside i.. y Y "

grave.They rest on the sun-seared i M j. 501"continuous H.s ; el vIIIQIv.11
grass along with the berets and
caps of fighting men-some of filament t tI -- -
the tributes from the multitude QR
which daily moves slowly and!I nylon G !
silently past the place where I
John F. Kennedy is buried In I = carpetingCOLORS (, :
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w,2;:Yaon.fietw.w. iF'Saok :wl. ;:adfi:YD::Y:at.oaae.ayaew4wti: 9
Arlington National Cemetery..

The caps-the deep green l r.3i 5' .., ? I Ir
+ 4fi
beret of the Army Special iJl I

forces the standard Army ..
I green of the conventional forces,' t_ I
the forest green of the Marines ;
and the Air Force blue-remain.I
:
But each morning the tributes 1 + Surftone, Swiss Beige, Em- :
of the visitors are I .-. pero Green Bone Imperial :

packed away and removed'j _*..?' Red.Harmony Dune Wood Beijc Tone, Golden Beige
week to the White House. From I Island Green Mateo G.dd.
there they are made availableto +.S..W...nmrdnW
Mrs. Kennedy who decides I .w.x
what should be done with them.
Some presumably are set aside: :
for the time when a Kennedy' GATE CITY WILL GIVE YOU ,. k o ,r Ke.4

memorial is built. ( ., '.1 (l i1'',
An estimated three million

persons have visited the ,grave.'!
Only a comP aiative' few drop! 't x R P

mementos on the grave, but' $3000FOR

these now total hundreds or, ,
thousands. .
s
Some of the tribute objects' a
obviously are brought with the I r
intention of leaving them. Others -] FOR YOUR OLr 5.1- 3 -

are spontaneous, like ,the:; &
removed and : Yv
glove dropped onto t'
the grave by a woman. SPRINGS # a 3
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A group of pupils from a: '5- 4S-
Richmond. Va.. school trooped'! f!
slowly past. When they were
gone, attendants found a five-1! WHEN YOU BUY AidPaY$5990 Ct

dollar bill. Clipped to it was a'' SEMINOLE t ; f--: : ; itLJ Of THE

note-contributed to the Ken-| :
nedy Memorial Library at Cam- -
bridge. :

There are, of course, the ti ,g'xp
formal floral pieces. Most of / .Sy, I ,w+ Ir i rrofm> I M S _t eFR 1
them come from organizations,I ti { 4 1 1D
from church groups from visiting -
foreign statesmen or diplomatic immediate delivery

missions. H y M
But a child passes by and
drops a single flower on, the', MATTRESS

grave.The military mementos started .I, SEMINOLE & BOX SPRINGS Dandy for Dad Dads happiest in 2 Pocket Sportdresswhite

on the day of Kennedy's bur i shirts
leather belts
shirts
sal A sergeant of the Army ; Here it is! The finest innerspring mattress and matching box sport

Special Forces standing by the springs for the money .. all new material. A firm Holland-Maid
,grave when the funeral throng ,I innerspring unit beautiful durable of 1.00 1.99 2 500
was gone, removed his beret covers, layer upon layer I for
felting Fully insulated "coil feel. Order ,
and placed it on the mound. I against todcy A. Fine quality top grain leather X" belts. E. Regular or button-down collared checks
-- S--- -- -- Buy and get credit by phone, while the supply lasts. Black or Drown, 2038. Also good-looking in 551 cotton, 45% Estron acetate. Short
> 1* leather belts, 32-44.1.00 cuffed sleeves. Choice colors S-bf-L-XL. J. 65* Daeron. polyester tad S3* cotton
or wash n wear cotton batiste.Short cuffed
LIQUORSPrcChillcd TT 1L. TO Year A Regular Price Mattress . $44.95 I sleeves Extra j long toiiSi S-M-L.
warranty Regular Price Box spring . 44.95 ; Imported from Italy Dad could use a new one! Betterquality''eather


WINESBEER ** $$S S Per Down Month Delivers Less $30 for old set . . $89.90.-30.00.:. j briar pipes gift billfolds wallets I II


MIXESFree 59.90 I I 1 1.00 1.00= 1.99 P tax KierI


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Delivery from, each one a pleasure to smoke: You'll split'O"'bide laminated to*invL Renxn able pass cases', gold-tone tab closures,
Drive-In' Window !I: want to add several to Dad's collection. pass'case,'extra pockets. Black, brown. card pockets. Taawood black btova, I


Supermarket Self-Service CLEANING ____ : For business and fun No man ever has enough Dad's real cool inJermuda


Off-Street Parking CASH andCARRY 1 I i tape recorder handkerchiefs shorts ,

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LOWER PRICESTHEFRlENOUCSTfUCEIITBW ,I 121.00 !/'f 1.99
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x i Replenish his stock Smooth-fit Orion9 crew Sure to be icelcomedl'
and Deliver 4
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9'x12' $6.95 R i: handsome ties stretch socks men's'underwear

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Other Sizes il 1.00 79 3jori'5each

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I lI l- Thursday, June 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun ,




I Reporter -' Things Normal Again in SFBy







(I HAL BOCK ure, lifted San Francisco Into a the fifth to balance Mays' 19th Stargell's ninth homer accounting -:,

Vs. The Associated Press Sports Writer virtual tie for the National homer which came in the first.: for two of them. i

I Things are back to normal in League lead Wednesday with a Nuxhall got Jim Davenport Ray Washburn gave up hits to I '- .

: Candlestick Park these days. 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati leading off the ninth but then the first two Houston batters he :\ ,1

.f' J Willie McCovey is delivering Reds. Jose Pagan rapped a single. faced and then held the Colts
'
souvenirs to the kids who gather Of course, things didn't lookto That's when Dark made his big hitless into.the eighth inning be-ji

: 't::-;: -... ., : ,..-. beyond the right-field fence good for 8 1-3 innings, but move. fore tiring. Before it was over]I
Topless ; when he Alvin Dark is
swings, Manager Johnny Keane needed
Lh ; ; then the wheels of success He motioned McCovey the I
making the and thp ,
right moves sometimes grind slowly. three more ,pitchers to lock up
rangy lefty hitter who's been
Giants are winning ball games. the Cardinal victory. I
Why things are so normal that SixHitterCincinnati battling a season-long slump, to

I There's been much good-natured banter flying around the Willie Mays is even hitting starter Joe Nux- bat for right-handed Del Cran- Winning Rally I

f- Sun's editorial office this week, most of it to do with what .. ., :, = '-- homers again. ,hall had a six-hitter and a 2-1 dall against the southpaw pitch Washburn's double in the

) reporter gets the assignment to cover the first story on a That delightful combination of :lead going into the ninth. The er.That's eighth started the winning rally

4 Gainesville girl wearing the new topless bathing suit. WILLIE MAYS McCovey and Mays with a dashof I veteran left-hander had helpedhis wrong you say? He's for St. Louis. Ken Boyer's 11th

t The days of wine, roses and banter is past.. The sports department Back on Track Dark added for good meas- [ own cause with a homer in supposed to let the righty batterhit homer accounted for the other

I won the honor. against the left pitcher Cardinal run.Koufax .

', It started with an anonymous phone call yesterday. It was IJ- --, "... '-- ,= _. = .._.. .. _._- Maybe,_but who_can argue_with; had a no-hitter for 4

I lunch break time and the lone occupant resided in the sports ,! success? Certainly not the Giant 1-3 innings before Mike de la

I I' department. players who mobbed McCovey Hoz dropped a single off Maury

After the preliminary "hellos," the caller said, after Nuxhall's second p i t c i h I Wills' glove. The Braves added

"Is the Sun interested in doing a story about a local girl landed among the youngsters two more hits but never threat-|
C,
wearing suit?" behind that right-field fence. ened and the Dodger lefty coasted .. .
a topless bathing :::;:r-h'==:.., ;, '1
The listener swallowed hard, glanced hastily around the of. to his ninth victory.

I fice to'ascertain whether the whole thing wasn't a practical Moves Up Rookie Derrell Griffith hom I
The victory moved the Giants ered to lead an 11-hit Dodger JOE NUXHALL
loke, decided otherwise, and stammered, "Well, possibly...
Had Golf Dream- within seven percentage points: attack. Rough Ninth
The caller, "Fine. Come out to (address censored) and 'thepool's Player
of the
league-leading Philadelphia
in back of the house. She'll be there." -

The receiver at the other end of the line clicked before the Phillies, who ran afoul of :
Billy Williams and lost to Chi I
q Sun reporter could ask any more. The only thought running

through the reporter's mind at the time was, "...that blankety- Winning National OpenBy Pittsburgh's cago 9-5. In Bob other Friend NL games his, -

blank Rudi Gernreich. What has he done?" won
11th straight against the New
I PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO Night Game

American Designer JIM BECKER know my name is written I Snead is the sentimental favorite York Mets 3-2, St. Louis nipped Taylor 2b abrhbi 401 OAm'fitano2b422l abrhbi I, MILWAUKEE abrhbi LOS ANGELES abrhbi

WASHINGTON'CAP) said the in the Houston 2-1 and Sandy Koufax H r'st'n If 4010 Stewart 421Clllson 0 Alou cf 4 0 0 0 W. Davis cf 4 1 1 0
: Player as tournament he hasnever
I cup I Ii rf 5 0 I Williams If 523 5 Carty If 4000 Wills ss 412 1
i And for those who need a fill-in, Gernreich is an American Hamlet, Gary Player i of 150 set out today over won. But that won't help: fired his fourth shutout as Los Allen 3b 4110 Santo 3b 512 21 I Aaron rt 4000 Parker Ib 411 1
I Gonzalez cf 5230 Banks lb-2b 5 1 3 0 Torre c 4 0 0 0 T. Davis If 412 0
: .. designer whose topless bathing suits are the correct rage in the all in black, and has Congressional Country Club him much when Saturday comes i Angeles blanked Milwaukee >0. Sievers Ib 3 1 1 1 Ott rf 400 0Dalrympiac300 G. Oliver Ib 3 0 1 0 Howard rf 202 1
I. Bertell 312. de la Hoz 3b 4 0 2 0 N. Oliver 2b 3 0 1 1
better dress shop across the nation. Traditional bottoms but Player dreams about golf. in pursuit of this most with 36 holes in the Open pressure ., McCovey was batting .200 and Wine ss 1113 1 Cowan cf 402 0 Menke ss 3000 Camilll c 4000

only a pair of thin cross-over straps topside.. If one of his dreams had onl golf title of all. I cooker. had just three hits against left Covington Banning ph 3000 1 0 0 0 Buhl p 4000 Boiling Lemaster 2b p 3000 1 0 0 0 Griffith Koufax p 31) 4121 4000

With quaking heart, trembling legs and a dry throat, the lasted a little longer, have seen it Player said. handers this season before tag Totals 13 5 t 5 Totals 38 IS Blas'game p 1 0 0 0
Nobody expects par to take a: Philadelphia .............. 030 020 000- Mayeph 1000 3J 5 11 I
Totals
I world's best golfer would : dreamed it. But I don't beating. ging NuxhalL The homer was Chicago ........ .. ........ 101 021 13 Totals 3203.
Milwaukee ... .. ... 000 000 000-4
been saved a lot of i what year." his 10th. E-Green. Philadelphia, 1, Chicago Los Angeles .. .. ... ... 001 400 OOx-5

!If at the U.S. Open this the stars of golf will battle ; Almost as welcome as McCov 1.2B LOB-Allen.-Philadelphia Stewart. 9.Banks.Chicago-t.Amalfltano E-Griffith 2. DP-Mllwaukee 1. LOB-
And heartaches. And shocks. Williams. HR-Wine (2), Williams Milwaukee 6. Los Angeles l 7.
Saturday-18 holes to- ey's blast was the one Mays unloaded -2 (17). Santo (9). S-Ott. SF-Dalrymple. 2B-W. Davis. 3B-Wills.. HR-Griffith
But Gary woke too soon. I IP H R ER BBSO (1). SB-Wills. SFHoward.IP
I up and Friday and 36 holes on in the first inning. The Banning ........41-3 7 4 4 2 0 H R ERBISOLemoster.
I Or, as W. Shakespeare had final .t ; Say-Hey Kid had been held Green ........... 2-33 1 0 Si L, 7-4 3 1-3 a 4 4 2 2
presure-packed day- 'ii Blasingame .. 3233 1 1 0 2
.
Baldschun. L. 3-3 .2 3 1 1 0 1
Hamlet say: if Player's dream comes I homerless for 19 games before Khppstein .......1 2 3 3 1 1 Smith ... 1 0 0 0 0 1
"To And BuM W, 8-3 ......7137 5 5 7 5 Koufax W ,-4. t 3 0 0 1 1
sleep, no more. this year. hL1.c connecting. McDamel 1 .......1 2-3 1 0 0 0 2 T-2:00. A-41,668.
sleep to end the heartache. WP-Baldschun. T2:37.9,106..
heartache and the thousand Shakespeare's phrase, ,. ,.. Two Homers Night Game CINCINNATI abrhbi SAN FRANCISCO all r 1111I
.jJ. are plenty of heartaches Williams smashed two homers ST. LOUIS HOUSTON Klaus 2b 3000 Kuenn If 4020
trip was made. Feeling like a CIA representative the Sun reporter tural shocks that flesh is abrhW abrbbi Keough ph 1 0 0 0 J. Atou rf 4020
and knocked in five runs as the Flood Cf 3000 Lfliis SS 412 0 Rose 2b 1000 Mays ef i\\\\
T tip-toed around back of the house to the pool. He could to. is listed at par Cubs cut the Phillies down. He Brock rf 4011 Fox 2b 301 0 Harper If 5020 Cepeda Ib 4
I B.Whlte Ib 4010 Sp'gler c-If 300 1 Pinson cf 2llOHartlb 3000
doesn't talk
hear water the of conversation. Player quite
t. splashing, chirp but it is the longest course also had a triple and raised his Boyer 3b 4111 Bond If 200 0 Coleman Ib 4 0 0 Davenp't 2b 4010
I Then he saw her. She was bobbing up and down in the that.: But he had a dream Skinner If 3010 Gaines ph 100 0 Robinson rf 3000PaQan ss 4110
used for the Open, 7,053 league-leading batting averageto Warwick If 1000 Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 0 0 Edwards c 3000 Crandall C 3000
shallow end of the pool. Very blonde. Very cute. Very topless he won the Open, the only .382. Groat ss 4010 Staub rf 3000 I 1 Cardenas ss 4 0 1 1 McCovey ph 1 1 1 2

)I bathing suit. Not even a pair of thin cross-over straps. jot| golf title that he has means that the two big McCarver Javier 2b c 3 4000 0 0 0 Groate Roberts c Ib 2000 2000 Nuxhall Boros 3b p 31 4010 21 Peterson Bolin p phi 2 0 000 0 0

I t Also present were a young man, two older ladies and a play won. There w.;/'just one of Arnold Palmer Reliever Jack Baldshun wild Washburn p 2 1 1 0 Johnson B'tem'n ph-c 2001 1000 0 Totals :33272 Totals 32353
I golf, p when winning run scored.
out
; hi which toddler slept blissfully unaware that Gainesville ble-he woke before he pitched Chicago's lead run M.White Cf 1000 One
pen .
up Jack Nicklaus share the .... .. ... .. .. 000 010 010-2
Totals Cincinnati
32 2 < 2 Totals 27 1 3 ISt.
{ history was about to be made.- out whether he won it this across in the seventh after the San Francisco ., .. .. .. 100 000 002-3
of favorite and only five or Louis .............-..... toO 100 010-1 _
I :One of.the olderwomen:: arose, came over to introduce her- or another one. Phillies had blown an early Houston ............... .. .. 100 000 000--I Davenport. DP-Cincinnati 1. San

I self'and.'asked If the Sun visitor was ready for the interview. players are seriously lead. E-Lillis, Roberts. DP-St. Louis 1. Francisco Francisco 7.HRMaya 1. LOB Cincinnati 0, San
contenders. Houston 1. LOB-St. Louis 5, Houston X2B '
Given_affirmative. answer, she called to Miss Topless, now as Friend, who has never lost to -Skinner, Washburn Lillis. HR- (19),Pinson.McCovey S (10)Nuxhall., Nuxhall

I swimming the far-end of-the pool, "Patty. Come here." KofP And once rated a member the Mets, received shoddy fielding .SpangJ Boyer 11.r. S-Washburn. Flood. Fox. SF- (1) SB-Harper. IP H -R ERBBSO
Big Three and now Nuxhall, L 6-4 ... a 1.3' 3 3 3 5
support from the Pirates IP H R ERBBSO ... .... 8 7 2 1 3 6
Washburn, W, 3-4 7 1-3 2 1 1 2 3 Bolin
I Bottom Daring; Too to rejoin the group, : .' .,.. .;':r;','", ..':':i":1: :'"1;' : y;;;::,.s but survived with a strong eight- Craig ..........1 1 0 0 0 1 Perry., W 4-2 .... 1 0 0 0 0 0
of them. Champaigne :Cuellar ......... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 HBP-By Bolin (Edwards). Balk-Nux.
I BelkLindseyScore hitter. The Pirates tagged loser 'Taylor ......... 1.3 0 0 0 0 1 I hall. T235. A-1242S.
Patty stopped swimming, floated around and dutifully did Lema, winner of the last GARY PLAYER Tracy Stallard for all their ;Johnson, L. 5-4 .. 7 1-3 6 2 2 0 3
runs ..._
Woodeshlck 1230 0 0 0 0 .
as told. As whe climbed out of the pool it was easy to observe tour tournaments and the Man in Black in the first inning with Willie -PB--Grote._._.__ T.__2.M.____ _A.-10.777.__.n__ -.. ...

: that the bottom. part of the bathing (?) suit, if it could be Wins who would like to take Night Cam Ut Golfers

itself and all. It old spot at the top, is NEW YORK PITTSBURGH
I; called such, was quite daring bikini-styled abrhbi abrhbi

1" had a flying fish, reminiscent of "Flipper" of movie fame, in Knights of Pythias Hickman cf 5010 Sch .field ss 4 1 1 0 Knocked Out
I FULPS KEEPS Hunt 2b 4031 Bailey 3D 3000
'I one corner .No. other decorations were:present. United Commercial Travelers others would include de Kranep'l Ib 3100 Lynch If 411ChrTptier 1
rf 4 0 0 0 If
I Mota 0000
Totally oblivious to her pace-setting endeavor a'la'Gernreich, 3! and Belk-Lindsey topped. 4"I Julius Boros, sha 'p-put- Condor e 4 4 JO.O 0 Starge )rf 4122Faylor
t Patty skipped over, picked up a waiting soft drink, sat down Billy Casper, and old Sam t I lf 34IJ 1 VirdwCct 3000 5 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
CSmfth
Cola by the same score in sa 3000 Cienden'n Ib 4 000
I his 24th WINNINGG'villeGas Altman ph 1000 Mazer'skl 2b 3 0 1 0 ([AP)-Both University of Florida
1 and said, "Hi. The Sun writer stared unabashedly, replied, .ior League baseball games at 52 playing in ON Kanehl 3b 0000 Pagliaronl c 2010 golfers were knocked out of
l "Hi," too.Then 'Harris Field last Open. Sa'uel 30-ss 40 0 Friend p 3000
night.K Stallard p 3 1 2 0Steph'son the NCAA match play tour.
like this.
came the interview. It went something of P scored three ph 0 0 0 0
runs D Smith 0 0 0 0 nament Wednesday.
do like suit? pr
bathing
"Patty, you your the Totals 34212 Totals :30313
top of the seventh to win Close marked "
Answer. An affirmative shake of the head, many times. I games manyof 10011000-36 tow York .' ............ .., 001 001 000-2 The medalist, Jerry Potter of
"How long have you had it?" though pitchers Robbins MAJORl'' the contests in the Business FuIps 100 020 01-4 8 !!ittsburgb ..... .........e 300 ooo oox-3E the- University of Miami, beat

', Patty looked to the older woman for assistance. "Two Register hurler fanned 10 batters. Winning League last night at City Park. Durden and Davis; Shake and J' -Gonder 2., Clendenon.LOB-New Schofield.York. I, Pitts-DPIttsburgh -' Laurie Hammer of Florida 1-up.

years," was the helping reply. I Stevens struck LEAGUE P' Fulps Radiator continued on Rogers. I xirgh 2B-Schofleld.6. Mazeroskl Hunt Taylor. The[ other Gator golfer, Richard

: Two years! Utterly fantastic. What has the rest of the nation eight. its winning way with a 4-3 decision -CWA 0023020-7511 R-Stargell ('). SB-Bailey. $-Kranexx Leckey, was eliminated 7 and 5by

I today talking excitedly was strictly old hat in Gainesville. Hartman had two hits for :f.//EADERSf over Gainesville Gas Co. Hav-A-Tampa 200 000 1- 3 7 3 t xx>L H R ER BBSO > Marvin Giles of Georgia.

of P while Scarborough matched Wilson and .tallard, L.. H... 8 6 3 3 3 A
"Patty, the interviewer went on, "do you have a boy Sunland Training Center nippedPenn Commella; Daniels, i.rlend W. 5-6 .... S 2 1 2 1 Potter and Paul Desjardins,
\ friend?" that for UCT. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chem 7-6 and Smith Sin- Shore and Weaver, Floyd. WP-Stal'ard.! T-2:33. A-*,f 31. also of Miami, advanced to the

,I Patty averted her eyes and. blushed a pretty pink. She Belks scored five runs In lno. .353 125;at Olivia.!bats Minnesota.- Fregost..352.Los' clair beat General Electric Road Prison 4011101-8146 second round. Desjardins defeat.

pointed across the pool where the aforementioned young man third inning on two hits -.Allison.44. Minnesota, 45; Oliva.. 14-11 in games played on Field Sunnyland 030 002 1-6 84 Busy Ex-Coach ed Paul Loveless of UCLA 2 and

f sat, watching the proceedings with obvious distaste. "That's four errors plus'a walk. batted In Stuart. Boston. and No. 1.CWA. Goodlet and Edwards; Morganand 1.
LIMON Colo. AP
( ) Lloyd
Batts got the win and Cleveland 49. ,
I Johnny. He lives next door, Patty said. Oliva. Minnesota 89; Hinton. topped Hav-A-Tampa 7-3, Watson. C:;askill has given coaching In the second round, Potter defeated -
"What does he do when wear this suit," was the next was the loser. Batts also had 80. Livestock up
4 you I Road Prison beat 020 330 2-10 11 1 of Arizona
couble. I -Bressoud. Boston. 16; Hin- Sunnyland t:lie football team at Limos!\ Ted Lyford

question. Yastn. 15. skl. Boston. 4; Mc- Packers 8-6 and Gainesville Publix 401 001 06 66 ]ugh[ School in eastern Colorado, State 1-up, and Desjardins defeated -

Provided Answer Knights of P. U. Comm.' Trivltrab Detroit.. and Oliva and Versalles. Livestock topped Publix 10-6 in Dicks, Smith and Jeter; Hall 1)ut he should manage to keep Harry McEwen of Memphis -
5
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ab and
: r Minnesota 20; contests Field No. 2. Reeb. State 2 and 1.
Mathews Ib 50 0 Rink r 2b 4 1 runs Killebrew. played on t tI )usy.
Stevens p 41 OScra'ough ss A 1 Minnesota. 15. -- --
Johnny heard the question and provided the answer himself. Boyd 3b I 3 Atchmson 3b 4 0 .bases Aparlcto 10. Baltimore 31; Eight Innings I fl .1
Duller c All Goodhart Ib Cleveland!
He hung his head and looked straight down at the ground. Hartman w 412 Register y-p A A 1 0 5 decisions-Ford. New York. Fulps had to go eight innings' ,
1'' Picou y 200 Mosley c 3 0 ; Kralick. Cleveland 71. .875. t-- :
"What else does he do? I -
Cuenter 400 Beck rf 1 0 -Wlckersham. Detroit. 85; to win its game. The Gasmen ___
"He in the water sometimes." Mayhew 301 Parker ef Kansas City and Ford. New York. I s _
Patty giggled. pushed me cf y 1 0 took an early lead but the score ,
Robbins
Prlngle 200 If 3 0 ;
"Why do you like this bathing suit, Patty?" Carter 200 Ferrell rf 1 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE was tied after seven. In the 1
"It gives me a better tan," came the quick reply. Kidwell Cf 200 Wilson cf 1 0 125 at bats Williams Chica I
d Ellis rf 1 0 ; Mays. San Francisco. .359. eighth, a walk, double by De- WHY
i 1 'Do any of your girl friends wear a suit like this?" Vontz Butcher If 1 o Chicago- Mays.43.San Francisco. 52; WII- carlos and single by Rogers!

Patty again looked for help to the nearby older"ladies. Again Tafali' MIS Tatals' *i 33 o Boyer batted, In St.-Louis.Mays 47., San FrancIs won it for Fulps. Decarlos, Rogers -
volunteer "Several of them do.
came answer. ilk-Undsey Coco-Cola WIlliams. Chicago 84; Clemen- and Slovak had two hits
Another revelation! Patty was not alone as a style-setter. abrli. ab r 80. -
C. Quinn 4 1 0 0 M. Gard>nr 4 3 0 s Williams. Chicago. and Cle- each for Fulps. Eargle had a
There was more to come! J. Dulaney 5 1 0 0 E. Shelley 3. Pittsburgh. 17.
,, C. Bodes f 1 0 0 L. Sheffield 3 1 1 Santo. Chicago t; W. Dais. pair for Gasmen. IS THE NEWCHANNEL
J. Sorts 1-3 411C. Osteen 1 3 1 Angeles; Callison. Philadelphia; Sunland scored three times in
Raced Around Pool D. Boothsby 2400 Stlp'vlch S 1 ian Francisco and Boyer. St. _
Yeomons t 3 0 1 A. __
Reeves 7 3 0 the bottom of the seventh to "ft
I D. Let 3 1 0 0 R. Jones 9 2 0 runs Mays San Francisco 1*; ,
Patty finished her soft drink, stood up, raced around the T. Dwlaney 7 3 1 0 J. Lucius t 3 0 ,Chicago, 17. edge Penn Chem. Saltzman had .
J. CA'srnut 8 1 0 0 T. wood i
3 1 bases Wins. Los Angeles.
pool to where Johnny sat, almost with a sneer on his boyish M. McNel's 4321 Arensmon | 2 0 Clnclnatl 14. three hits for the winners and
D. Davis J 310 Buford 3 2 0 MASTER }
5 decisions Farrell Hous-
face. Patty's young man had nothing but contempt for it all. R, Hlnson 9-1 3 1 1, D. Cum'nfll 1 0 -1. .909; MarichaL San Francis- Joyce matched that for Penn '

That changed in a hurry as Patty pushed him into the pool B. McNeTs Tunstall 3181Al 8280Tatals .800.- Koufax Los Angeles 100 Chem. ,;,
; _
I and quickly dove in to join him. The frenzied splashing apparently 32 t JTttali 27 3 Los Angeles 91 I Five runs In the fifth won _

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Ii, He_arose from his chair, took one last look at Patty. Very CWA got only five hits but i
Successful In
blonde.. cute. From the end of her Color and
1 -Very pony-tail hair-do to the made them count in the win ,
''f of her:little toes. She'd catch AMERICAN LEAGUEW. I
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14 Gainesville Sun Thursday, June 18,1964Winning .

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Hoffman, Jay Finzel seconds; Baisden, 7.4 seconds; Raymond Cults, 14.5 seconds. SERVICE \

and Larry Rigg were standoutsin Brian McChristeah, 7.5 seconds. 200-yard dash, Rigg, 28.8 sec YiI1PiK'1.-- WHILE

: a field of 81 in the 1964 Boys' 60-yard dash, Dennis Druash, onds; Charles King, 31.4 seconds YOU

Club Olympics. Hoffman took 8.2 seconds; Sandy Hale, 8.4 ; Rabell, 31.6 seconds. ppAUTr SHOP. I

F first places in the baseball throw seconds; Finzel 8.5 seconds. Broad jump, Rigg, 15'{"; Curtis OtStOTIBT; ,

with a toss of 165 feet, standing Holder, 12'8"; Rabell, ll'll".
High jump, Mike Holder, 3'9"
broad jump with a leap of 6'6" William Helton, 35". ; High jump, Curtis Holder, .'- .

and the 50-yard dash in the 0"; King, 3'10";; Raymond Cut
?A time of 7.2 seconds. Running broad jump, Finzel, 3'8".

sha 12W Druash, U'lOK"; Terry A team was selected to -
Finzel won the running broad Andrews 11'9". represent
with of 126%" and the Boys' Club in the Boys''
jump a leap
.-- ...... "'-" -'" Softball throw, Finzel, 154'4'; Clubs of America Olympics m I'TFRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAY
) : the softball throw with a toss 31 : '
Don Large, 137W Helton
FishThe of 154 feet. He also placed thirdin ; Lakeland tomorrow. Boys' Club
137W.100yard.
: the 60-yard dash. Physical Instructor Chris Johnson I

dash, Rigg, 12.7 seconds will take the first three
I' : tagged fish are winners in the area Schlitz Rigg won the 100-yard dashin ; Ivo Rabell, 14.0 seconds; places in each event

: contest. In the fishing party are Mr. and Mrs. Shirley 12.7 seconds, 200-yard dashIn ..
28.8 seconds and the running -
McMilan Gainesville
Cason, R''ildwood; Nancy ;
: Randolph Townsend, Ocala; Chuck Gentile, Orlando; broad jump with a leap of 15'4". ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

I. J. D. Nelson, Stockbridge, Ga.; Gary Marling, Results in the differentevents

: Gainesville; and Emery Saup Newberry. : FLORIDA Swimming Pool

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Baseball throw, Hoffman,
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Scott Monroe, 148'3". _

Standing broad jump, Hoffman A QUALITY POOL Backed by a _

6'6"; Dan Baisden, 6'3"; FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
Captures Wild Steve Hanks 5W.

50-yard dash, Hoffman, 7.2 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

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Federal outlasted Citi- Andrews, Scruggs and Yates \
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f zens Bank 22-20 in a wild Dixie each had two hits each for Pest Registration again will be Light Step -
Leaf Net
\ : League game at Lanier yester- Control. held tomorrow morning from
: 9 to 11 o'clock for CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION '
two
day. Gainesville special
Building Trades AIR' .
COOLED CAR WASH RECONDITIONED
.-. scored an 11.1 win over Hughes groups in the Gainesville High I
II I Citizens Bank went on a RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
: : to avail. Randy Supply at Finley. Strack, Lee School Physical Fitness pro- CAR CUSHION BRUSH SPARK PLUGS....
no
batting spree and Fuller had two hits each gram. 1909 EAST 5th STREET '

: : Roberts hit a grand slam home for the winners. Lee and Strack Boys interested in joining the DIAL: 622.7049 OCALA, 14c
I 88'wlthshutolf
: : run, one of two round-trippers .divided mound duties and lim- under 12 and handicapped 622.7048 FLA. c' 74c : EACH

: : for the losers. Henderson and ited losing Hughes to two hits. groups are urged to register. IACH: In sets of 8
: had three hits each for Ventilated for cool and -
Green ....CH A.C. AUTOUTE, and
: the losers and Sheppard matched confortobl* Sunmor v.. do a.belter car CHAMPION.10QOOcfrlYinl.

: -- that for First Federal. ... _.' 'wash with Uis effort. mile guarantee.
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Urn'' 1 CovpM I* Customer .limit 1 Coupon to Cuit.msr. limit 1 Coupon le Custa",.,. ',
'' : Firemen scored a 6-0 victory !Offer Expires Sai.Jvne 2I.t4J J (Offer Eiplres Sun.Juno.II,.64.0": Expires Sun June 21, 641 1

over Plumbers Union at Littl

t: 2 wood in a Western loop fray.

t Springfield homered and doubled .rtM

: for the winners. 100
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Chesnut's rolled to a 15-1 vera > 81 "RES
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:: clash at Kirby Smith. Tomlin- you can be a heroYour > w aCllwallor Wlaif

r had .
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two hits himself for the winners. wife, your kids, even your mother-in-law will treat you ,%' AT

'Pests' Win with new respect when you surprise them with one of the ,. .' I I THI

Florida Pest Control toppled spanking new Dependables from Dodge. ihND NAMI LOW PR'CE.Y

Life Underwriters 14-9.in a Reb-- {7Ph

el loop battle:' at City Park. A 'rop : 1 'AcrORY 'RESH
I Casey homered for the losers 4' E2OMONTHGUARANTEE

while Wilson and Duncan had
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loop contest in Summer Basket-
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Thursday, June 18, 1964 Gainesville SunTwins'

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\. \ .,, +w M RECORD AGAIN- ( Mele: Where's The Wallop?



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f I r By DICK COUCH The Detroit Tigers nipped ed the attack with his second Los Angeles scored two runs' Belinsky, the winner, and relievers -

T Gainesville bowler Shuford better than 200 a game. Joe I Associated Press Sports Writer Kansas City 3-2 on Dick Me-I homer of the season. on sacrifice flies and another on Bob Lee and Bob Duliba

I't =.Cagle who only last week re- Sommese had 834 on 232-184-18 : Sam Mele probably wonders Auliffe's run-scoring single in Bunker, pitching on the 189th a squeeze bunt to conclude their' checked the Senators after Don

:.. '":-corded the first over 900 series 234. Sam Givens hit 807 on 214- |where the wallop went. the 10th inning and the Los An- anniversary of the Battle of first winning road trip of the Lock's two-run homer in the

, -for four gamesin city history, 192-233-168., Jack Harris totalec | The Minnesota Twins' manager -geles outlasted Washington 53. Bunker Hill in Boston duringthe season. on a bright note. Bo, third inning.FATHER1S .

f outdid his own mark this week 805 on 203209200193. watched his wrecking crew, Minnesota managed two home : American Revolution, held

) las. -he' totaled a blistering 927 I Three bowlers, came close, .I home run scourge of the major runs-solo shots by Rich Rollins Chicago 10 six nItS ana picked i

-.br the Classic League at Palm Joe Balog had 792, George Cat leagues with 93 circuits, get and Frank Kostro Tuesday- up his seventh victory. The 19- DAY

Lanes. ledge hit 791 and Frank Palka ? fenced in by Cleveland pitching while losing three straight to year-old right-hander was abet
::'Cagle' rolled successive games had a 790.. |for 18 innings Wednesday nightas the Indians. ted by dirt shipped in from,,
'of:234-225-234-234 in the scratch Alongwith Cagle Hank '. Bunker Hill and
the Indians swept a doubleheader Power failure in Wednesday's sprinkled on I SPECIALSHIP
league to post his record. Cagle, Whilm, Palka and Sommese are ': 3-2 and 5-0. twilight negated a bril- ,the mound, and by Jackie i

captain of the Veterans' Clean- scoring high on an average ba Pedro Ramos, a former Twin, liant pitching opener performance by Brandt and Sam Bowens, whop'
\ fag Service team,' had a 915 sis. All are 199 for the seasonto didn't .Mele's disposition. homered. I
help Camilo Pascual, who carried a
:.in his other sterling effort.. date. ball Russ Nixon, pinch hitting for
Pistol Pete whose gopher CLOCKELECTRIC
cne-hit shutout into the eighth
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I -Cagle, carrying a.,202 high Veteran bowling observers -f- PEDRO- RAMOS- tendencies prompted his departure inning. Larry Brown's double, a relief ace Dick Radatz in the:
t to date led his teamto went on record saying the 12th inning home
.,average as He PitchedMAX from Minnesota two years walk and singles by Vic Daval- singled Bos j
a new record series for the superior scores marked the fi ago, blanked his old mates o= ibo and Leon Wagner pulledthe ton's winning run off Ralph Ter, ( )

I I loop with a 61O- 13-694-608 and nest single night of bowling ever seven hits and belted one of two Indians into a 2-2 tie.Alvis' ry. The Yankees had sent the

I a 2525 total. The 694 also is a recorded by local keglers. Cleveland homers in the night- game into overtime with an unearned
i on -game high. i eighth homer, with two run in the ninth. II SPECIAL $1188
made Pascuala
in ninth
the
out
i. Ernie Haslam came within a 'Tie for FirstNEW cap.Max Alvis, whose ninthinningclout loser for the third, time in 12 Radatz pitched five innings in
"pin.of making it a double 900 broke up the opener, hit his 33rd appearance and recorded i

night in the league. Haslami YORK (AP) Italy's j-, the other. decisions. his fifth victory. He has:
i Tolled 899 on 167222257253. His Lanerossi Vicenza team moved The defeats dropped Minne- Alvis connected again in the saved 10 other games and has! plus tax

.slow start cost him the chance into a tie for first place in the sota into fifth place, one per- fourth inning of the afterpiece. been involved in all six Red:, Beautiful mahogany hull, chrome sails .

'I to be way up there. Haslam's International Soccer League centage point behind the Indians Ramos gave up a hit in eachof Sox triumphs over New York. I Electric porthole lights .
t 257 best the first six innings, and McAuliffe, who had homered
was single game. Wednesday night by beating in the American League ,
i, Three.other bowlers averaged Bahia of Brazil 2-0. pennant race. Woodie Held made a spectacular -previously in the TigersAthleti i FAMOUS GILLETTE FOAMY
The Baltimore Orioles took grab of Zoilo Versalles'home ics game, singled Kansas
run bid with two on in City reliever John Wyatt with: SHAVE CREAMwith
the league lead by one game
II This is the camper over Chicago when they defeated the seventh. It was the Twins' two out in the 10th, sending Bill

the White Sox 6-1 behind lone long-ball gesture of the Bruton home with the winning': 6 stainless

causing the stir .I rookie sensation Wally Bunker. evening.The run. The A's lost a 2-1 lead in':' 1.87 blades.Value. SPECIAL 98,1steel

t New York fe1111h'games off the Indians scored a pair of the eighth when pinch hitter: Reg.

: pace, dropping a 4-3 decision to runs in the fifth and one in the Jake Wood tripled and scored'' Use Our Convenient Layaway Plan

f : In campsitesacross Boston in 12 innings.Night seventh before Ramos complet- on Jerry Lumpe's single. The Just a small deposit will hold your purchases

...:...........:.._ '.... ..... :,: : :'<"". ...i defeat snapped Kansas City's!
the ALVl's" five-game winning streak.
country

He Batted in GO FIRST To
I anMrr, w xswr.vevsspto' d MxMO; w ("' '' !Mr.;reya.unnyqbsl. Bantam FightLOS HOURS

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20 TaggedFish MINNESOTA Game CLEVELAND LOS ANGELES WASHINGTON ANGELES (AP) Jesus I' SAT.
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Versa lies ss 4 0 1 0 Howser ss 411 0 Green cf 5110 Brinkman ss 41 2 0
; Rollins 3t> 2010 Davalillo cf 5 1 2 0 Power 3t 3001 Kennedy 3b 4011 I champion Eder Jofre of Brazil"
Caught Kostro 3b 2000 Wagner If 511 0 Fregosi) ss 4111 Hinton If 4000
I It Oliva rf 4010 Romano c 200 1 Smith rt 5011 Skowron Ib 3110 'Aug. 15 in Los Angeles for the,
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Mincher Ib 4010 Alvis 3b 311 1 Adcock Ib 3110 Lock rf 3112 ,world bantamweight title it !
t i Allison If 4010 Chance Ib 301 1 Kirkpatfk If 41 2 0 Hunt cf 3000 was 1130 North Main Street
:; CEDAR KEYSome 20 tagged Hall cf 4010 Francona Ib 0 0 0 0 Rodgers c 3001 King ph 0000 ,announced Wednesday. I
: Goryl 2b 4010 Brown 2b 401 0 Knoop 2b 2111 Valentine pr 2 0 0 0 ill
fish have been
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the area Schlitz contest by fish- Battey ph 1000 Ramos P 31) 1 Cottier 2b 3010
Roland p 2000 Phillips ph 1000
ermen operating out of this Killebrew ph 0 0 0 0 Narum p 2010

; Levy Co. town. Kaat McCabe pr e 0000 0000 33 5 I 5 Zimmer Totals ph 30 1000 3 7 3
:31 5 I 4 Totals
Totals
Totals 33 0 7 0 'Too Good
\ Grouper, rock.bass and snapper 000 000 000-0 Los Angeles .............. 100 012 OOl-S To Recap !
are being taken with catches Cleveland Minnesota 000 120 11.-S Washington .............. 020 000 01B-3 ,

v ,. ranging from 900-1200 pounds. 1.E-Goryl.LOB-Minnesota DP-Minnesota 8. Cleveland 1. Cleveland 10. Klrkpatrick.3. LOB-Los Skowron.Angeles a DP. Washington-Los Angeles Too Good'To1 Pass Up!

f even These are being caught on overnight 2B-Versalles, Wagner HR-Alvis ('), 5'
?R > Ramos (2). SB-Howser. S-Ramos. SF- 2B-Smith. Kirkpatrick 2. 3B-Brink-
I trips on the Miss Cedar Romano. man. HR-Lock (8)). S-Knoop, Power.
11 I IP H R ER BB SO SF-Power,
,Key, operated by Captain Hem- Roland L, 2-5 ... 6 A 3 2 5 2 Rodgers.IP H R ER IB SO
_._ _________ bree. Pleis J-3 2 1 1 1 0 Belinsky, W 4-3 71-3 7 3 3 3 5 ,
I nm Whitby 11-32 1 1 0 0 R. Lee ........... 2-30 0 0 2 0
The overnight trips leave at Ramos W, 4-4 .. 9 7 0 0 0 6 Duliba i .......,..1 0 0 0 0 0 I
HBP-By Ramos (Zimmerman Kille- Narum, L, 6-5 .... S 1.3 6 4 4 3 2,
f Just the sight of the 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturdaywith brew). T-2:47. A-18,942. Hannan ......_.. 22-32 0 0 0 0 i -
Duckworth ..... 1 0 1 0 0 0 i I ( Fl I IUSFEI
:-FLORIDA CAMPER return the next day. MINNESOTA Twi-Night CLEVELANDab Game A5538.WP-Narum, Belinsky Hanna. T-2:36. .
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Killebrew If 5 01 0 Chance rf 300 Jones ph 2b 2 0 0 0 Rich'dson 2b 6 0 1 0
't I RELAXATION Leads With 516 Allison lb 3010 Whitfield Ib 4 0 0 a Conigllaro If 41 2 1 Mantle cf 4111
Hall cf 4000 Romano c 300 Y'trze'skl cf S 1 2 0 Gonzalez If 2000
Battey e 3110 Alvis :3b 31 1 1 Stuart Ib 4001 Marls rf 4000
t Kindall 2b 3000 Brown 2b 311 0
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_come your the Newcomers Coffee leagueat Francona ph 01 0 0 Bressoud ss 5000 Howard c 5 010
Totals 35 210 2 Totals 3035 3 Tillman c 3000 Llnz 3b 3210
I 4 Palm Lanes with a 516 serieson Two out when winning run scored. Wilson p 3111 Downing p 2021

SIMMONS f \ games of 201145170. Joyce Minnesota .,............... 110 000 000-2 Nixon Radatz ph p 1011 1000 Boyer Blanch'd pr ph 0000 0000
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Terry p 1000
Hill rolled 482. Mrs. Hester hada E-Brown. ,DP-Minnesota 1. LOB Totals 41 404 Totals 42 3 I 3 ,

Minnesota 12 Cleveland 5. ...............
201 Boston 00' 101 000 001-4
high single 2B Pascual. HR-Alvis 8. S-Kinda!
I I SALES and RENTAL game. Rollins.- New York ............. 000 010 011 000-3
904 E. Ave. Team No. 5 came up with a Conigliaro. DP-New York 1. LOB- 1 *
_. University 2274 series and a 797 single IP H R EF BB SO Boston 6. New York 10.

I i GAINESVILLE PH. FR 6.3534 game best. Mary Lee Banes McDowell Pascual L,.,.,..3. ..,. S 82-35 9 3 2 3 2 4 4 10, -Wilson 28-Kubek.(2), Conigliaro 3B-Yastrzemskl.(12), Mantle Ltnz.(12)HR. .fA&4 tNot t-t-
made the 4-5-10 split. McMahon W, 3-0 1 1 0 0 0 a S Llnz. SF-Stuart.
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Wilson .........6 6 1 1 1 5
Radata. W, 5-3 ... S 2 2 1 5 2
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: Wilson faced 1 man In 7th.
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16 Gainesville Sun Thursday, June 18, 1964

I. i 7.8 MillionFish 11'SI
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j t Fisijg'Jfakes; Its Usual and i Killed:


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ft Summer Nosedive Early with waters TALLAHASSEE killed more-than Polluted an es

Glemi M. topes timated 7.8 million fish across 0
Sun Outdoor Editor ,
the nation in 1963. This represents -
.J an increase of a
"I love any discourse on rivers and fish and fishing." (Corn- AVOID THE RUSH over the estimate reported 750,000 in
Avoid the rush and shop early for fishing licenses is the
Izaak Walton)
p pleat Angler, 1962, and does not indicate the
advice from the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.New .
.GENERALAs '
_;. number of fish that died in last.
near. the first day of 1964-65 fishing licenses are now available at the officesof
season draws (
the official:summer: year's heavy fish kill on the lower
summer is June 21)), fishing _of all kinds ,takes its seasonal all County Judges and their authorized sub-agents. The ): Mississippi River.
1
nosedive. This year the nosedive a little early due.to the'unseasonably 1964-65 license is not required until midnight, June 30. Buyingthe .... --:' I
hot days that we've been having. But "it happens license now will save many fishermen from embarrass .,. According to A. D. Aldrich, di-
f every Summer". What is the explanation for this? Do the fish ment at a later date when they decide on a sudden fishing t -" 1:l' rector, Florida Game and Fresh e

) change their way-of-life? Do they put on a pair of glasses enabling trip and find they have no license. Water Fish Commission, the

... them to discern the trickery of the fishermen? License fees are: Resident annual, $3.00; Non-resident annual, .- ,- ;\.! information concerning the nation's Ice Cold-Reg. $1.09
J No, they don't change their! way of, life drastically or inI. $8.00;. Non-resident 14-day continuous fishing, $3.25; Nonresident :f' fish kill is outlined in a 1 I BUSCH BAVARIAN or

crease their powers of discrimination; ,they continue to go on 5-day continuous fishing, $2.25. -"."" report by the U. S. Departmentof OLD MILWAUKEE BEER
their merry way eating, hiding, resting and doing whatever .. .' Health, Education and Wel-

else fish do. SHOTGUN SHOOTERS GLOSSARY .. .,-. fare. 6 Pole 89
: ,
I. What changes during.the dog days of summer is the activ- Shotgun-A smoothbore (no rifling or grooves inside the The report indicated that; Plus Dcp. Save 20c
ities of the fishermen. It is 'we who change our way-of-life: barrel to give a "twist" to the propectile) shoulder firearm more than 2,200 miles of rivers i

the air-conditioning bill inflates, watermelons are eaten with designed to shoot shot shells. 4; 1:-- and more than 5,600 acres of
F rt increasing frequency, and out-of-door activities are limited Shot shell-A brass-based paper or plastic shell containinga .', '... lakes were involved. The report -j Old CHARCOAL Dii-10 lb. bog +
largely to the early morning and late evening hours, etc. primer, powder and shot. Used to hunt upland game, water- showed two fish kills one 79
Therefore poor fishing results, at this time of year, is morea fowl and small game-in addition to clay target shooting. the Escambia River in north! BRIQUETSReg.
reflection of changes in the anglers activity than it is in the Shot Tiny lead or copper-coated lead pellets of varying size west Florida where an estimated 89c Save lOe

activities of those angled-for. It's as simple as this less time placed inside the paper or plastic shell. 100,000 fish were lost due to
spent fishing, fewer fish. Trap-A mechanical device designed to throw or cast out pollution. II Ice Cold S9
This is not to deny that fish have certain temperature preferenda clay targets. There are different types of traps varying from
and move out into deeper water as the surface waters simple hand traps to electrical automatic self-loading devices. Industrial operations, the, Watermelon :

l become warmer to a deeper depth. Trap-house-The building housing the "trap". In trap, thereis largest identified cause of kills,j'
Right now speck and bream fishing are one's best bets for one house-the trap house; in skeet, there are two-the accounted for almost 3.2 mil- 1 Lb. 4 os.
It I I something to fill the skillet with. Bass fishing has been very "high house" and the "low house." ion dead fish. Municipal sew,! TIDE '

erratic; one day you catch them, the, next day you don't. Clay targets-Round discs no larger than 4 5-16 inches I age, the second most common Reg. 39c 34'
across and Itt inches in height. Their individual weight must cause, killed more than 1 mil;
to
Early morning, late evening, and night fishing is the key I Sore 5c
successful bass fishing now. be within 5 per cent of 3.5 ounces. They are of a mixture of lion. ;i"1 1JIJ1
AREA FISHING river silt and pitch and are hollowed out to decrease weight.
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CROSS CREEK Also known as "bird"; and "clay pigeon." n ,..... t ;'<:
Cross Creek Fish Camp AND REMEMBER, TAKE A BOY (OR GIRL) FISHING! 1 OEO

Speck fishing fair; bass fishing fair to good, and bream fishing -
t good. Ardent Fisherman

There hasn't been speck fishermen lately. ,
many TroutUncomplicated
Speckled This fisherman is spin-casting for bass
Good numbers of bass (mostly yearlings) are being caught. young ,
Some good catches of bream are being made from the beds in pole fishing for bream and blowing bubbles just for l-OF-MANY:
the fun of it. By the way, he caught a bass, some
the grass and bonnets in Orange Lake.J. SKI RIG $
M. FIELDS' REPORT bream and successfully popped the bubble. (Sun

Sidney Prevost and T. A. Prevost, Jr. caught 22 schoolingbass photo .by ,Glenn Stokes) Boat and-Trailer Motor 395JIMMY
Lake 4 tY4lN..O.}:}'.V.V 1.4N:[?\ ?AM1w.NVANN.MVWAWMe : :
Saturday afternoon in the south end of Santa Fe ;
they were using Sidewinder spoons. 1
( MOORE'S
Last week's contest winners were R. B. McMichen in the And PlentifulMost U.S 301 at FLA. 100
bass division (lOVfe pounds), G. M. Stokes in the speckled Catotiu hunt.. 11
,1 perch division ((16 ounces) and H. D. Bruce in the bream % Starke, Fla.

division (IV pounds). democratic of the salt ...... Tables .............. -
LOC1ILOOSA LAKE spots and most of them have Solunar .1

: Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp water game fishes, yet unknown -bait for sale. In many areas, I. : .!
Speck fishing good bass fishing to fair; and bream to most inlanders, is the the boat (less motor) can be. 1 SDoD SFgl
fishing fair. : poor speckled trout or weakfish. The had for as little as $1.50 or $2.00a ..._..... ....;.'. .,.:.:.:....;...,...<.W'...........".._........ ....m. .. ....-............moo..'.............."" .....,......"'... ...,.
NEWNANS LAKE truth is that the trout is so com day. Generally a large motoris By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT, -I--I !
I The schedule or soiunar: Periods, as
McGilvray's Fish Camp mon around Florida's coasts unnecessary as it's not far to printed below, has been taken from John!
Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair:; and bream fishing 'that he is taken as a matter of the fishing grounds, no guide is Alden Plan your Knight's days so that SOLUNAR you will be TABLES.fishing
I course and doesn't get much necessary and the fishing camp In good territory or hunting in good cover
fair.Good during these times, if you wish i to find I
catches of specks-including some limits-were made publicity.The owner usually has a map and the best sport that each day has to offer I
during the past week. Top-spot for specks has been in the trout is available at is generous with directions. The Major Periods are shown In Bold
I face type. These begin at the times shown wyV1L Gift Ideas Make
middle of the lake in and along the channel. small cost, requires no expensive Commercial fishermen can and last for an hour and a half or two, I KNo Grants to 1

!I Bass up to 5 'pounds were taken during the past week. equipment and can be be seen operating in most good hours shown thereafter.In regular type The are Minor of somewhat Periods I Dad Happy from Collar to Toe!
Plastic worms and-live :bait have been the top bass-getters.: caught by methods familiar to trout areas. The "fivepolers"are shorter duration.

I, I'', The bream: aren't being fished for very much; however, the most experienced anglers from common sights, trolling Use Eastern Standard A.M.time. PM. I
few which do 8o after them are well rewarded. Top-spots have fresh water communities. The slowly with a small inboard Day Minor Major Minor Major SHIRTSPECIAlS
been in the south end and in the headwaters of Prairie Creek. Friday 1 05 7:00 1:10 7:31' FAThERSDAY
tackle is pretty much the same motor and five or more cane Sat. .:50 740 iso 1:15
ORANGE LAKE Sunday 2:30 1.20 2:30 1:55.1
J too.Trout poles spread spider-leg fashion Monday 3:10 '00 3:10 .:
Thomas' fishing resort are lovers of Wednes. 4:35 10:30 4:40 11:05.
grassy from their skiffs.
Thursday 5:20 11:20 5:30 11.55 THIS SUNDAY IS FATHER'S DAY
} Speck fishing fair; bassfishingfair.and,' bream fishing flats (wading for them is a .
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I good. \ "Wrtfrir "'I' f *
popular method ana are ire-
t' The speck fishing is cur ntIy slo Early Tuesday morning' quently caught from fishing I GrantswenPENNLEIGH
I a man took 8 bass with .n"average*-weight of 3 pounds He piers and from highway I SAVE $85000 *

caught these on a' top-water Devil's Horse and a black Jitterbug bridges. Night fishing for themis

I I Bream fishing(including in deep water.shellcrackers) are being caught in numbers highly productive. I .. A 1 SHIRTS
The fish usually come
bigger
from the beds. 20 ft. Fiberglass ; Bts
from Florida's east coast, r 1/z Offshore Fisherman f, C1
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where 10-pounder creates no S s
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(Lake George;Lafc Dexter and Lake Woodruff) Tandem Wheel Trailer f i M wf Y" +1
Orm'and'J Jungle Den great stir and 5-pounders are \ :::::::
The bream are "literally tearing it up in and around Lake common. On the Gulf coast the Li- 64 HP Mercury Motor .i ? l s < IEI s4 s / 1 1e4 2 6'5
fish run smaller although even .s
Dexter and Lake Woodruff. Limits are common.
SANTA FE LAKE more plentiful. Reg. Value 150FRANK'S Lithf 1 #
Ill" ii
Shipman's Fish Camp Surface and underwaterplugs .l t
can be used with either $2600 11 REGULARLY 2.99 EACH
Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair; and bream fishing

I fair to good. spinning or plug casting tackle. .. ;;: t: t w> 1 .. ... All Wash and Wear
Good catches of specks are being taken over ShiPman'sbrush The favorite natural bait is "p .
piles in deep water. shrimp and fly fishermen have MARINE ,:.N

Bass fishing has slowed down slightly in recent days. Notwithstanding lots of fun with "specks," using !, MERCURY OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE A. 100% Premium Combed Cotton

I some bass are being taken; these are mainly streamers and popping' 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629 Woven Plaids
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Tuesday evening a man came by Nubby's Tackle Box (New- will put him in business. FOR LIFE'S ILLS
berry) with a string of about 8 bass which weighed from 5 to Information about trout fish GRANT'S also have a large

12 pounds. They came from Watermelon Pond. Further infor- ing can be secured at hundredsof LET'S KEEP DAD HEALTHY selection of beautiful Ties,

mation was not available. fishing camps lining both AND HAPPY! Belts, Socks, FOR DAD
LAKE AUBERG coasts of the peninsula state.
UF's Camp Wauberg Skiffs are for rent at these I FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS"TAKE
Speck, bass and bream fishing fair. No really good stringsof A FATHER FISHING"New
fish have been taken in the last two weeks. Trolling down TidesCEDAR I SANFORIZED
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CRYSTAL RIVER Boats New Motors .., 'c.

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Several tarpon have been boated since the weekend; the 1:54 p.m. Low It 3.M am. and 4:39 Hunter Fiber Glass13'3"Lopstrake 3TrolPling Motor $59.50

largest weighed in at 80 pounds. More and more tarpon are P'saturday High at 10lt l.m. and ; 2 for r
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Dr. Clyde A. 11:33 am. Low at 5:50 ajn. and ':51 14' Fisherman $295 1
I Tyner (of Tampa) caught a 13-pound, 1-ounce p.m. McCulloch $325.00 s
bass which took first place in the 13th weekly contest of the Tuesday High at .:25 I.m. and 12:07 5V4 HP 1
U. S. Open Black Bass Championship. He was casting with a pjn.Wednesday Low at -4.28 High ajn.at and 2:03 7:27 ajn.Pm.and Hunter Fiberglass13'3"wsteering$345 '63 Evinrude $235.00 2.99High
Dalton Special in Lake Hernando when he took the bass.SPORT3MAN'S1 12:40 pjn. Low at 7:01 am. and I p.m. 28 HP
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l j f5-e tik dings Set for McKinley-Emerson Finals (Bamtsuffle'Suit E.


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1. LONDON AP-The seedings Kinley to meet in the finals. players In the second and third an of South Africa in the first workout In the first round Davis Cup player, and likely
:. t I r=:1he.::::All-England Tennis The way the draw came out quarters. maybe worn out play- round. Then there seems to be against Donald Dell of Bethesda, will meet another, Mike Sang-
' f Championshipsstarting Monday Wednesday indicates that neither -ing tough matches. nobody but Billy Knight, the Md., No. 14 in the American ster, or Germany's Wilehlm ALL FOR
t u.wimBTedon are set up for ant should have too much trou- McKinley, the defending British Daves Cupper, or Tony rankings. Once past that, the Bungert before the quarter- FIR..FDR FOR ALL
Australian and an American- ble getting as far as the semi- champion from San Antonio, Roche of Australia who could only players in the first quarter finals. Osuna's first opponent is
'i!' !Ymerson', and Chuck Mc finals. And by that time the Tex., was seeded second, putting give him trouble on the way to capable of extending him appear, Larry Nagler of North Holly-
( :..-' 'It him at the bottom of the draw- a quarter-final meeting with It- to be Nicola Pilcic of 'wood, Calif.Margaret. U r 0
sheet. Emerson, given the No. aly's seventh-seeded Nicola Pie- via, young Cliff Richey YUgOSla-j' Smith of Australia,
f
1 position, is on top. trangeli. i and eighth-seeded Martin Mulli- defending women's champion, i0 a
:.. will meet gan of Australia. got a tough draw. After a first-
: McKinley Terry Ry- Emerson could get a good
j S Stylesfor Second Quarter round bye, she meets the South
f Dennis Ralston, McKinley'sDavis African No. 1, Annette Van Zyl,
WOODROW Cup teammate from Bak- who recently beat her. Next win 1
. )' Missouri TestsMinnesota ersfield, Calif., and Rafael Osu- be the winner of a match be- UNIVERSAL ,
Men na. Mexican holder of the U.S. tween the 1962 champion, Mrs.
singles title, are the second Karen Susman of San Antonio
t The ''Jeep Universal takes you to where the fun h,
seeds. Ralston Tex., and Russia's Anna Dmit-
quarter opens
no matter whore that may be. ft takes yo'r hunting
Specialists In Men's Wear for Florida TodayOMAHA against Tony Pickard, a British.rieva. where only the raccoons run. Skin diving where yow
., tracks ere the only ones on the beach. FIShing at
I I Dine With Your Gracious Host lakes others have to hike k). And skfing, picnicking,,
Neb. (AP) Missouri sophomore Dennis Musgraves, TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON and just plain roaming the back roads are more fan
: gWE'RE with the nation's best collegiate -to eliminate Maine's giant kill- than ever before. mien you own a 'JeepIMvwsaL
pitching staff, matchesits ers Wednesday night, 21. Maine SHRIMP there's no end to the uses you find for it.Here's .
1 Jack' CREOLE the 4-wheel drive family car that's MR fcr
left-bander
No.3 man, had knocked Arizona State and r;
I SLIGHTLY Stroud, against Minnesota's ace, Southern California out of the White years the of world.service.Available Proven in virtually a wide variety bxtostructibfe hard tops.allover
right-hander Joe Pollack, for tournament. cLRiceCreamy so! tops.convertibietops.WheettasesfwHBCrtoKa'.
the NCAA baseball championship Musgraves gave just two hits, w Cole .... .
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rrsasrow --JM7WA&U' 11.- res
tonight.It both in the sixth when the tough Roll and .
KAfw eeR
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i,4X looks like a toss-up. Evenat Yankee Conference champs Butter
third best, Stroud's 1.45 scored an unearned run. Hot Coffee or COMPLETE
Iced Tea
earned run average and 9-1 record He didn't walk a man, per- '
1 1 compares favorably with mitted only two balls out of the Your Second Is Cup Always of Coffee FREE. or Iced Tea
Pollack, 10-2 and 1.82. Keith infield, retired the first 15 men
Weber, Missouri's No. 1 man, and the last 10 in succession.This .
i -xxq. rss will be ready for relief. is Minnesota's third trip

, "Don't forget, two of Minne. to the college]] world series. Dick
0 sota's best hitters, Dave Hoff- Siebert's club won the crown in
man and Bill Davis, are left- both its other trips, the election 1= CAFETERIA-
handed batters," said Hi Sim- years of 1956 and 1960. Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
mons, Missouri coach. The 58-year-old Simmons, win- Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m.
Missouri used its No. 2 man, ner of 10 Big Eight crowns in 1212 North Main Street
his 25 years as coach, is making -
BUT WE LOVE TO BRING his fourth trip into the finalsin GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir See yo r'Jeep deafer and take a demonstration oVfve today.
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Rolls 564 Set Missouri beat Minnesota 4-1 1132 S. Main St. Gainesville, FloridaCUSTOMBLENDINGProved
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Randall Beggs rolled a 564
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Helps PlanProgram (5amesui1eadytm Poisonous Plants Don't 1

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t 'c' In Levy County ATLANTA William T.
I By HERVEY SHARPE offered serious poisoning after vet. The hydrangea has at least
Shaddick of Gainesville, state
& GARDEN Agricultural Extension Servk ating frankfurters roasted on one mark against its name as
director of the Farmers Home
; : Bj LEONARD COBB Administration, is among Sending small children outplay U >leander stems. Inhaling smoke a poisonous plant.
l' _. : Agricultural Ertmalon Service isn't as bad as tocsin rom oleander stem is another Most ornamentals are harm
officials here to help
11; agency to them into a lion's den-but it Nay to get deathly sick. less, but to be safe, enjoy their
plan a 1964-65 program
can be equally as dangerous. Children playing with poke- beauty but not their taste. It'sa
leaves. raise incomes in rural areas,
the
ripe
Farmers and commercial vest only
t
;. farms and Ornamental plants are the weed use its purple berries to good idea to teach children to
fishermen are reminded that Budworms and hornwormsare rural strengthen communities.A family Gilclirist worst offenders. make "play ink" or as "war avoid putting anything in their
after l' file for causing damage in some CountyAgent's believe in let- mouths except food.
: July they may highlight of the three-day Many parents paint". They are safe until one
fields. Growers should get on infants make "oral explo- Even crawlers in playpensmay
a federal tax refund on all gas meeting will be a talk by ting youngster suggests sampling the
: :. a 7-day interval spray or dust CornerBy rations" about the yard. It's berries. Cases of jimsonweed reach out: between the bars
used for agriculture or commercial Howard Bertsbh: national ad-
.. program and keep these insects ministrator and recipient of one way for children to learn poisoning have been reported in and pull in anything within

fishing. down. the USDA's distinguished serv- about their environment, they Florida after children ate its reach. Grass and most lawn

:- A refund of 4 cents per gallon It's time to apply gypsum to I ice award. He will discuss JIM YELVINGTON say.Yet fruit or sucked on the flowers.So weeds are harmless, but poisonous -

I. is available for those who make those peanut vines for improved President Johnson's proposalto Agricultural Extension Service some plants the child far as known, the ligus- mushrooms may be

application. Forms for making yields. For best results apply wage war on poverty. may taste are as deadly as a trum has a good record in Florida growing within reach. Before

.. application are available at 400 pounds per acre on runner Other Gainesville and area I I rattlesnake's fangs. but in Europe a numberof leaving a toddler alone in the
... your county agent's office or the type and ,600 pounds per acre personnel attending the At- HANDLING PESTICIDESRead sity of Florida Provost for Agri A light snack of Gloriosa children have died from eat yard be sure he's not among

post office. on Virginia types in two appli lanta conference are J. A. the label, apply accord- culture E. T. York Jr. (climbing lily) tubers has ing the fruit of this glossy priLivestock-killer plants.

Farmers claim a refundon cations. The first application Jones Jr., M. B. Roberts, ing to directions, and store in The conference schedule has caused death in four hours. One

I gasoline may on all agriculturaluses should be made as first blooms' W. W. Weathers, Jerry Bal- a safe place! Those three rules''' provided for both interestirg tiny rosary pea with its scarlet
with the second appli- working sessions and entertaining jacket and jet black tip is a
including custom work appear, lard, Ralph Cox and Mrs. may help you avoid a needless, MarketWith
lethal dose. for childrenthe
cation made two weeks later.! fellowship. The social side Luckily
done by someone else on his Clyde Beale.Commenting. tragedy. For most families, the
I seed-coat of this crabeye pea
of the calendar
farm. They may not claim a Thrips are causing damagein on past programs greatest potential danger from! features such is hard and imperious to
of the Farmers Home is related to their highlights as reception at thepresident's standard $17 18.75 utility,
refund on gasoline used on a many fields of peanuts. These pesticides use II moisture. Uncracked, the seed the exception of slaughter ;
highway in processing com- little pests can cut your yield Administration, Shaddick said around the home and garden.All home, hosted by be swallowed without dan- calves, which were higher,I $14 16; stockers, $10 19.75.
modities or for personal uses. severely if not controlled. Small that during the past three fiscal too often such chemicals are' President and Mrs. J. Wayne can ,the cattle market continued Cows Utility, $13 15;

If a vehicle is used both on the 'crinkled leaves, especially in years, under an expanded left where children and pets' Reitz, a formal dance at Hume ger.chewed But brings, one seed sure death.In thoroughly. I weaker this week, according to: cutters, $11 13; stockers,

farm and for non-farm pur- the bud, is a good indication program, the agency has ad- can poison themselves. The law Hall, a barbecue at Camp Wan- recent lantana has the Federal State Market *10 14.75.
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\ poses, the farmer must arrive ,thrips are there. Dust with DDTor vanced $27,140,430 in Floridafor requires chemical companies to burg, a square dance at Florida been blamed years for ,the death of News Service. Calves Good, $20-23; stan-
J the strengthening of fam- how their Gymnasium and an evening of dard, $17-20; utility, $15-18;
at an allocation of the amount Toxaphene will control. Mightas clearly explain sprayscan one child, the illness of two The Gainesville Livestock
that ily farmers and rural commu- be used safely. However, music with the Florida Summer stockers, $12-21.50.
and well start
used for each applying cop-
purpose others, and a skin injury to a Market reported a light cattle
directed $16-18 cutters,
Symphony Bulls-Utility, ;
claim only that used on the per sulfur or sulfpr dust to con- nities. He said FHA's super- no one can be forced to read by Edward fourth. The death was attributedto sale Monday, selling 553 head, stockers, $10-19.
t farm. trol leafspot at the same time vised credit program in recent -the label, to use the material Troupin. eating lantana berries. compared to 772 last week. $12-12.50;
local market reported a
months has helped to store it out of Work sessions have The
especially if the peanuts are young properly or ranged steers and heifers
Botanist Erdman West with Slaughter with
sale
Records should be kept show- Florigiant or Early Runner. farmers take over the farmsof reach of youngsters and ani from a panel discussion of lead- 25-50 cents lower 50 light hog Tuesday
were cows,
the Florida Agricultural Exper-I ; 75 cents to $1
ing the date of purchase, name grades selling
; retiring elders, developedrural mals. ership in action to considerationof :
cents to lower bulls
$1
is ; steady,
this
of vendor and number of gal- iment Stations believes higher than last week. A totalof
community water sys- Remember, you can avoid what 4-H means to young and calves, steady to $1 higher.I
lons. A record of the numberof Fuqua Demands the first record of human poisoning 166 head was sold, comparedto
adults.
tems and provided housing
danger by reading the label. associated with lantana Stocker steers, heifers and 265 last week.
gallons used during the year }Bleat Labels adapted to the needs of senior applying according to directionsand Dr. M. 0. Watkins, directorof plants. cows were weak to $1 lower, Hog prices Tuesday:

by custom farm operators also should workingon be citizens in rural areas. storing in a safe place. the Florida Agricultural Extension However, it has been known and calves were steady to No. l's, $16.30; No. 2's, *15.30;

kept.your TALLAHASSEE (AP) Rep. Three Tales Set 4.H NEWS Service, will address the for years that lantana can poi- weak. No. 3's, $14.30; No. 4's, $13; No.

Don Fuqua has introduced a bill Van Hagan, representing Gil- conference during the closing son cattle. An alkaloid called Cattle prices Monday: 1 h'ys, $15; No. 1 ro's, $13.05,

Period for refund claim is in Congress calling for labelingof For Story Time christ County 4-Her, is one l'fi session tomorrow morning.4H lantanine is the killer.. Steers and heifers Good Hy. ro's, $11.60; feeders, up to
from July 1, 1963, through June imported meat to show the and choice 20. 75
more than 500 of Florida's top, PROJECT WINNERS Touching crushed lantana $19.25 ; $18. ___
1 30 1964. All claims be country of orgin. Time for children from i
must Story 4-H Club boys and girls attend-: leaves is known to cause a skin' .
mailed before Sept. 30 to theector "The rising tide of meat im- 3 to 7 will be held at the Gaines- the first annual State 4-H: Paula Townsend and Jerry reaction. One child made a I
ing
;':< of Internal Revenue, ports is of serious concern to the ville Public Library on Friday Club Conference at the University -Hines were selected by their rushed trip to the hospital after I JOHNSON & PARIS
Jacksonville; Fla.Tobacco entire agricultural economy of from 3:15: to 4 p.m. this week. Citi- fellow]] 4-H members of Santa playing by a clump of lantana
Florida
Time Here this country," Fuqua said The storytellers will be Mrs. of of Fe and Blue Springs 4-H Clubs! plants. The exposed skin was Lawn & Garden Headquarters
emphasis
is the -
point
I zenship
Wednesday when he introducedthe Marte Hill, a.member of the library last Friday and
Tobacco harvest at this conference, with stale Saturday as and reddish areas.
should get bill. staff, and Mrs. Marilyn top project exhibitors Large Shipment Just Received
the the
under way in the next few daysin Ware, a student in the College]] of and national leaders speaking on Lantana grows throughout
"Not cattle
only are producers annual 4-H
project tours for state. In south Florida, native
some fields. Growers are reminded from Education of the University of on that topic during the week- I BUDDINGHIBISCUS
suffering depressed pricesdue these two
Gilchrist clubs.Paula's species bloom and fruit all year.
that good quality tobacco Florida. long gathering.The ;
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to the steady increase in 5'
Rhode Island Red in
requires correct harvest of meat imports, but producers of Their stories will include: opening address on Mon- pullet]] project was the top scor- northern Related varieties Florida as are ornamental grown ,)Ii i ::
mature ripe tobacco. Pay careful feed and other related productsof 'The Pine Tree." "The Magic day night was given by U. S. ing project the Santa Fe I : ?
among
l attention to your crop and the cattle industry suffer from Fiddle," and "The Happy Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews, 4-Hers. Her brother plants. II S ., ,
'Art Town- Lantana Is a shrub from three I :
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require your croppers to har- loss of markets," he said. Cure." who was introduced by UnlverLET'S .. 55 in
_pnrJ'_n_ *_]_<_V_'frIiftr e.'OJ 1'nrn'o.fh.&UJ"'''' n UG\- to five feet tall. The flower gal. cans
teria generator with fan or light: are displayed in disk-like -1/ "

to show evidence of electric clusters on long stalks. Individ-- '

I; LORI DA current, was rated in second! ual flowers have four lobes 69 C
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I place, and Robert Townsend'stwo and are tubular in the lower SPECIAL

GROWN s EST acres of Dixie 18 corn was part. They may be creamy ASSORTED COLORS ea.

i rated third. white, yellow, pink, orange or
ONTRO1 Jerry Hines' five acres of scarlet.

: Dixie Runner peanuts were The stems are bluntly square, LAWNS ARE PRETTIER. .

scored as the best oroject green or brown, and may be

KILL among the Blue Springs 4-Hproj- armed with weak, sharp spines. LIFE IS EASIER-when you
I ects. Close runner-up to Jerrywas Leaves are in pairs or :

a'3.a .. < ,' dry I. CHINCH I with his her sister dressmaking, Janice project.Hines, of Lantana three. berries are whorls:1 I Use Scotts NEW BONUSDOUBLEACTION

BUGS I Larry W. Osteen's two acres of blue or black, nearly one-fourth .
I Florida 200 yellow corn was the inch in diameter, and contain! '

O. MO WITH 'i third high scoring project on one bony seed.

v CHINCH miSPRAY a ASPON 'I'this tour. One leaf of the oleander is reported -I LAWN PRODUCTFOR
Santa Fe 4-H Clubbers ended toxic enough to kill an

HOSES 1 Gal. Treats i their tour with a picnic and adult. Children have been made I

6,000 sq. ft. !swimming party at Itchtucknee ill by carrying oleander flowers I
i Springs and Blue Springs group around in their mouths while at

50'Hose 2.49 257Hc 1.79 9.95 had their outing at Gilchrist play.A USE ON
County's Blue Springs. ,I III number of individuals have I Bonus

Guaranteed 5 Yrs. Guaranteed 5 Yrs y.a., A I ST. AUGUSTINE UI: forS1Ai1 '"
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Sprinklers 99' L TROPICAL FISH t 1it .
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fir 25 EASY-TO-USE GUARANTEED TO SATISFY I

Get It Here- ;
for G. T. HUGGINS
3 no KITTY KARE 25 lb. II Agricultural Extension ServiceIf IS YOUR LAWN FADING, TURNING 1

S ;pf 1.59 I YELLOWISH, OR BROWN & SICKLY? '

34' Ligustrum 3.95 ea. it hasn't rained pretty of the word DARE you have COULD BE CHINCH BUGS! t'
good by the time this is
3'-4' Valencia ORANGE on trifoliana PURINA it will be just two printed days- read so much about recently/ IF SO SPRAY THEM AWAY WITH ;

; DOG CHOW 10 Ib. I dryer than it is now. Next Monday and Tuesday I
3 95 -
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3'-4' Burfardii HOLLY with Berries I now is with pepper scalding that have been held for plan-
I I before it matures. We have CHINCH BUG
ning the future of Florida ;
agriculture
395; PARAKEET CAGES :not had enough moisture to (0RTHq)
including livestock SPRAYhomeowners
3-4 ;grow a full size plant with i
PODOCARPUS 3.95 P All Metal
Nagi !foliage to protect the pepper. and poultry. I

!'-4' Eleagnus Pungeus 3.95 I 3.95l' J Here is where irrigation really Leaders from .all parts of,
/ paid off this month. do-it-Yourself
Florida have participated in

Creeping Juniper 1.95 1 I Other crops, like tomatoes the programs. The final speaker ,'
i and butter beans in home gar- Is to be Secretary of Agriculture -' SZLZ.iio :

4'-5' Sand Pear Tree 4.95 7 ALL TYPES ,i,dens of ,deep have rooted suffered.grass Pastures, like This last<<: session Orville begins Freeman.. at I! CHINCH BUGS

4'-5' Plum Trees 4.95 PET CARRIERS i Bahia, is holding pretty good 1:15 p.m. next Monday and; pu..cM eW ARMYWORMSSOD
f- SOD WORMS
I ;so far. Shallow rooted lawn ends with the big luncheon'
Caladium Multi-Colored 97c .grasses are pretty brown Tuesday.All W, ANTS
Planted Hanging Redwood Baskets $1.98 where lots of water has not = 3 AND MANY OTHER

3' Hibiscus been applied. I sessions have been held I LAWN INSECTS
: at the of Florida in
V : Well, all this sounds bad: University
$1.49iiii1' WHIRLWIND Dan McCarty Auditorium. You 995 gol.
I
but it has been good for cutting -I
; will be interested in this program ;
I hay, combining rye and
I cleaning out collard patches. Call your county agent's:
ROTARY MOWER office and leave word that you
I There have also been some.
f' "Wind Tunnel" action mighty good briarberries. are interested. I Easy As WateringYour

Pulls The Grass Up Florida is growing faster I Lawn with the
For A More Even Cut. than any state in the U.S. We
-iic Brand new. just off the don't want these people to get ORTHO LAWN SPRAYER.
press, and we have ordered a hungry and we want them to I ORTN
1 ic SALE 39 :supply of circulars on vege- eat Florida grown food. Attaches to Garden Hose.

"to:. : table insect and disease control
.tall L
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: Every vegetable grower, I Ii II I
95
lc per gal 18" Boxwoodwith :commercial size or garden i Well, this Is eatin' time in': 15 GAL 3
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size, needs one of the guides. Bradford County. I was in a: CAPACITY

YQ I If you spray or dust peas man's corn and okra and pea;
purchase 18" Viburnum o with Toxaphene, how long patch last Saturday morning.!

should you wait before pick I[ asked him why be bad three I NOW-For Prompt
MM-c a of 18" Ligustrum ing? If you dust or spray collards -long rows of okra for such a' ?
1 gal. with Phosdrin, bow long small family. Said be just II -'"" Garden Service

should you wait before har- wanted plenty for his family I MEMBER !
at K9 79*f TORO' Fully Guaranteed I vest? If you use Sevin to and for the neighbors. These I DIAl.3764352JOHNSON

price :kill stinkbugs, how long should two brothers, Will and Roy:
FREE DEMONSTRATION !you wait to pick peas? This Morgan, are typical of good
2' PODOCARPUS circular tells you. It tells you neighborly Bradford farmers.
4.98 i i a lot more, too. We want you : & PARIS
Lasts 6-8 Years Longer Than Most to have one.Developing. Goodness sakes, gotta go.
l It's 3 p. m. Man just called
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL I and said If I ,wanted 224 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372-0476
; 20 N.W. 16th Ave. 6-2661 I Agricultural Re ,of good sweety banty a corn mess 11,, FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
:sources Effectively is meaning better get out there. 1 ,


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I. Helps PlanProgram Poisonous Plants Don't 1
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On r <&a ttsu 7leBatLlSim is I..
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Down Rural Income FARM Suit Tastes of Children = 1 ;''I

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In Levy County
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:a ATLANTA William T.
i Shaddick of Gainesville, state & By HERVEY SHARPE uffered serious poisoning after vet. The hydrangea has at least I
GARDEN
''I director of the Farmers Home Agricultural Extension ServU ating frankfurters roasted on[one mark against its name as
; By LEONARD COBB Administration, is among Sending small children out U /leander stems. Inhaling smoke a poisonous plant.
t.{1. Agricultural F:** "" Service agency officials here to help play isn't as bad as t05S! 'rom oleander stem is another Most ornamentals are harm

I I plan a 1964-65 program to them into a lion's den-but h Ray to get deathly sick. less, but to be safe, enjoy their
can be equally as dangerous. Children beauty but not their taste. It'sa
Farmers and commercial vest only the ripe leaves. raise incomes in rural areas, .,. playing with poke-
strengthen family farms and I : ': Ornamental plants are the weed use its purple berries to good idea to teach children to
fishermen are reminded that Budworms and hornwormsare rural communities.A i Gilclirist worst offenders. make "play ink" or as "war avoid putting anything in their
after July 1 they may file for causing damage in some highlight of the three-day' CountyAgent's Many parents believe in let- paint". They are safe until one mouths except food.

r a federal tax refund on all gas fields. Growers should get on meeting will be a talk by .wR ting infants make "oral explo- youngster suggests sampling the Even crawlers in playpensmay

.. used for agriculture or commercial a 7-day interval spray or dust Howard Bertsbh, national ad- CornerBy rations" about the yard. It's berries. Cases of jimsonweed reach out between the bars
program and keep these insects one for children to learn and in within
anything
fishing. ministrator and recipient of way poisoning have been reported in pull
down. the USDA's distinguished serv- about their environment, they Florida after children ate its reach. Grass and most lawn

... : A refund of 4 cents per gallon It's time to apply gypsum to ice award. He will discuss JIM YELVINGTON say.Yet fruit or sucked on the flowers.So weeds are harmless, but poi-
is available for those who make those peanut vines for improved President Johnson's proposal Agricultural Extension Service some plants the child far as known, the ligus- sonous mushrooms may be
I application. Forms for making yields. For best results apply to wage war on poverty. I may taste are as deadly as a trum has a good record in Florida -growing within reach. Before
I application are available at 400 pounds per acre on runner Other Gainesville and area rattlesnake's fangs.A but in Europe a numberof leaving a toddler alone in the 1
I your county agent's office or the type and 600 pounds per acre personnel attending the At- HANDLING PESTICIDESRead sity of Florida Provost for Agri- light snack of Gloriosa children have died from eat. yard be sure he's not among

, post office. on Virginia types in two appli- lanta conference are J. A. the label, apply accord- culture E. T. York Jr. (climbing lily) tubers has ing the fruit of this glossy pri- ,killer plants.

I Farmers may claim a refund cations. The first application Jones Jr., M. B. Roberts, ing to directions, and store in The conference schedule has caused death in four hours. One

on gasoline on all agricultural should be made as first blooms W. W. Weathers, Jerry Bal- a safe place! Those three rules provided for both interesting tiny rosary pea with its scarlet
I'1 uses including custom work appear, with the second appli- lard, Ralph Cox and Mrs. may help you avoid a needless working sessions and entertaining jacket and jet black tip is a i LivestockMarket I

: done by someone else on his cation made two weeks later. Clyde Beale.Commenting. i tragedy. For most families, the fellowship. The social side lethal dose. Luckily for children
the seed-coat of this crabeye pea
farm. They may not claim a Thrips are causing damagein on past programs greatest potential danger from of the calendar features such is hard and imperious to
refund on gasoline used on a many fields of peanuts. These of the Farmers Home pesticides is related to their use highlights as reception at thepresident's moisture. Uncracked, the seed With the exception of slaughter standard, $17 18.75: utility,

I highway in processing com- little pests can cut your yield Administration, Shaddick said around the home and garden.All home, hosted by be swallowed without dan calves, which were higher, $14 16; stockers, $10 19.75.
modities or for personal uses. severely if not controlled. Small that during the past three fiscal too often such chemicals are President and Mrs. J. Wayne can the cattle market continued Cows Utility, $13 15;

If a vehicle is used both on the crinkled leaves, especially in years, under an expanded left where children and pets Reitz, a formal dance at Hume ger. But, one seed death.In thoroughly. weaker this week, according to cutters, $11 13; stockers,
farm and for non-farm pur- the bud, is a good indication program, the agency has ad- can poison themselves. The law Hall, a barbecue at Camp Wan- chewed brings sure has I the Federal State Market $10 14.75.
poses, the farmer must arriveat thrips are there. Dust with DDTor vanced $27,140,430 in Florida requires chemical companies to burg, a square dance at Florida recent years, lantana of News Service. Calves Good, $20-23; stan-
for the death
an allocation of the amount Toxaphene will control. Mightas for the strengthening of fam- clearly explain how their sprayscan Gymnasium and an evenbg of been blamed dard, $17-20; utility, $15-18;
l used for each purpose ,and well start applying that cop- ily farmers and rural commu be used safely. However, music with the Florida Summer one child, the illness of two The Gainesville Livestock stockers, $1221.50.BullsUtility .

claim only that used on the per sulfur or sulfpr dust to con- nities. He said FHA's super- no one can be forced to read Symphony, directed by Edward others, and a skin injury to a Market reported a light cattle $16-18; cutters,
fourth. The death was attributedto sale Monday, selling 553 head,
l farm. trol leafspot at the same time vised credit program in recent -the label, to use the maternal Troupin. 1212.50; stockers, $10-19.
: to 772 last week.
berries. compared
lantana
especially if the peanuts are months has helped young properly or to store it out of Work sessions have ranged eating The local market reported a
\ Records should be kept showing Florigiant or Early Runner. farmers take over the farmsof reach of youngsters and ani- from a panel discussion of ]leadership Botanist Erdman West with Slaughter steers and heifers light hog sale Tuesday, with
the date of purchase, name elders the Florida Agricultural Exper- were 25-50 cents lower; cows, 50 grades selling 75 cents to $1
retiring developedrural mals. in action to considerationof
of vendor and number of gal- iment Stations believes this is cents to $1 lower; bulls, steady, higher than last week. A totalof
\ lons. A record of the number Fuqua Demands tems community and water housing sys- Remember, you can avoid: adults.what 4-H means to young the first record of human poi- and calves, steady to $1 higher. 166 head was sold, comparedto
provided danger by reading the label, Stocker steers, heifers and
of gallons used during the year soning associated with lantana 265 last week.
needs of senior
to the
Bleat Labels adapted applying according to directors Dr. M. 0. Watkins, directorof cows were weak to $1 lower,
by custom operators workingon citizens in rural areas. plants. Hog prices Tuesday:
and storing in a safe place. the Florida Agricultural Extension been known and calves were steady to No. 2's. 15.30
your farm also should be However, it has No. l's, $16.30; ;
kept. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Rep. Three Tales Set 4.H NEWS Service, will address the for years that lantana can poi weak. No. 3's, $14.30; No. 4's, $13; No.

Don Fuqua has introduced a bill Van Hagan, representing Gil- conference during the closing son cattle. An alkaloid called Cattle prices Monday: 1 h'ys, $15; No. 1 ro's, $13.05;
I Period for refund claim is in Congress calling for labelingof For Time session tomorrow morning.4H Steers and heifers Good ro's feeders, to
Story christ County 4-Her, is one of lantanine is the killer. Hy. $11.60; up
I imported meat to show the
from 1 1963, June
July through
than 500 of Florida's top PROJECT Touching crushed lantana and choice, $19.25 20. 75; $18.
30, 1964. All claims must be country of orgin. Story Time for children from more I WINNERS
4-H Club and girls attend leaves is known to cause a skin
I mailed before Sept. 30 to the "The rising tide of meat im- 3 to 7 will be held at the Gaines boys Paula Townsend and
the first annual State 4-H Jerry reaction. One child made a
Ji ector of Internal Revenue, ports is of serious concern to the ville Public Library on Friday ing Hines were selected
I Club Conference at the Uliver-j by their rushed trip to the hospital after JOHNSON & PARIS
/ Jacksonville, Fla.Tobacco entire agricultural economy of from 3:15: to 4 p.m. fellow 4-H
members of SantaFe of lantana
I this country," Fuqua said The storytellers will be Mrs. sity of Florida this week. Citi- playing by a clump
Time Here and Blue Springs 4-H Clubs! The exposed skin was r Lawn & Garden Headquarters
zenship is tne point of emphasis plants.
Wednesday when he introducedthe Marte Hill, a member of the library last
Tobacco harvest should get bill. staff, and Mrs. Marilyn at this conference, with stale Friday and Saturday as and reddish areas. Large Shipment Just Received
under way in the next few daysin "Not only are cattle producers Ware, a student in the College of and national leaders speaking top project exhibitors on the Lantana grows throughout the
some fields. Growers are reminded -suffering from depressed prices Education of the University of on that topic during the week- annual 4-H project tours for state. In south Florida, native BUDDINGHIBISCUS
these two Gilchrist clubs.Paula's and fruit all
bloom
that species year.
good quality tobacco due to the steady increase in Florida. long gathering.The
requires correct harvest of meat imports, but producers of Their stories will include: opening address on Mon- Rhode Island Red Related varieties are grown in
mature ripe tobacco. Pay careful -.feed U. S. pullet project was the top scor- northern Florida as ornamental
and other related productsof "The Pine Tree. "The Magic day night was given by
attention to your crop and the cattle industry suffer from Fiddle," and "The Happy Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews, ing project among the Santa Fe plants. i ,
.require your croppers to har- !loss of markets," he said. Cure." who was introduced by UniverLET'S 4-Hers. Her brother Art Townsend's Lantana is a shrub from threeto I
- electricity project, a bac- five feet tall. The flowersare in gal. cans
teria generator with fan or lightto displayed in disk-like ?{
show evidence of electric clusters on long stalks. Individual .
J current, was rated in second flowers have four lobes 69 C

place, and Robert Townsend'stwo and are tubular in the lower SPECIAL

A GROW1E:01I I : acres of Dixie 18 corn was part. They may be creamy ASSORTED COLORS ea.

rated third. white, yellow, pink, orange or
Jerry Hines' five acres of scarlet.

Dixie Runner peanuts were The stems are bluntly square, LAWNS ARE PRETTIER. .
scored as the best oroject green or brown, and may be

I KILL among the Blue Springs 4-H proj- armed with weak, sharp spines. LIFE IS EASIER-when you
ects. Close runner-up to Jerrywas Leaves are in pairs or whorls.
I fi CHINCH his sister, Janice Hines, of three. Use
NEW BONUS
with her dressmaking project. Lantana berries are green to Scotts

BUGS Larry W. Osteen's two acres of blue or black, nearly one-fourth
a s!' Florida 200 yellow]) corn was the inch in diameter, and contain:

;, WITH i icrsrMCM third high scoring project on one bony seed. DOUBLEACTIONLAWN
sus.s this tour. One leaf of the oleander is reported -I PRODUCTFOR
Y ASPON Santa Fe 4-H Clubbers ended toxic enough to kill an

HOSES, / 1 Gal.! Treats their tour with a picnic and adult. Children have been made

if 6,000 sq. ft. |swimming party at Itchtucknee ill by carrying oleander flowers]
; I Springs and Blue Springs group around in their mouths while at

50' Hose 2.49 25'Hose 1.79 9.95 ,had their outing at GilchristCounty's play.A USE ON
4 yr Blue Springs. | number of individuals have i; Bonus

f Guaranteed 5 Yrs. Guaranteed 5 Yrs. : .. ST. AUGUSTINE fat II ,,...-.
t. CENTIPEDE .r wau

Cast Iron Circular PETS AND ZOYSIA I treads
"Can't Beat I

Bradford County LAWNS .. < '._ ,
Sprinklers I 99 c 'Em'!" TROPICAL FISH i "I

; Platys & Moons ) t
4 + 1.50 Value' Agent's Corner a Fertilizes Grass Clears Out Weeds

I Y 8 25 EASY-TO-USE GUARANTEED TO SATISFYGet
< It Here-
3 for $10 By G. T. HUGGINS
KITTY KARE 25 Ib.I Agricultural Extension Service IS YOUR LAWN FADING, TURNING

-- .. YELLOWISH OR BROWN & SICKLY?
1.59 ,
3'-4' Ligustrum 3.95 ea. I If It hasn't rained pretty of the word DARE you have COULD BE CHINCH BUGS!

I; 3'-4' Valencia ORANGE on trifoliana t PURINA good, it by will the be time just this two is printed days- read so much about recently. IF SO SPRAY THEM AWAY WITH

3.95 J DOG CHOW 10 lb. dryer than it is now. Next Monday and Tuesday
Probably our greatest loss climaxes the eight sessions
3'-4' Burfardii HOLLY with Berries 1.39 I now is with pepper scalding that have been held for plan,)!
I' i before it matures. We have CHINCH BUG
ning the future of Florida agriculture
3:95 PARAKEET CAGES I not had enough moisture to : ORTHO
including livestock
3'-4' PODOCARPUS 1!grow a full size plant with I SPRAYhomeowners
Nagi 3.95 All Metal and poultry.
I foliage to protect the pepper.
I 3-4' Eleagnus Pungeus 3.95 3.95l' Here is where irrigation really' Leaders from all parts of'
:paid off this month. I'
do-it-Yourself
Florida have participated inl!
/ Creeping Juniper 1.95 I Other crops, like tomatoesand the programs. The final speaker -: !

I butter beans in home gardens is to be Secretary of Ag-' :s::x s.z eco
4'-5' Sand Pear Tree 4.95 ALL TYPES415I have suffered. Pasturesof riculture Orville Freeman.! CHINCH BUGSARMYWORMS
I' deep rooted grass, like This last session begins, at!
Plum Trees 4.95 CARRIERS Bahia, is holding pretty good 1:15 p.m. next Monday and; lKH e
PET
so far Shallow rooted lawn ends with the { svR..v SOD WORMS
Caladium Multi-Colored 97c I' big luncheon I;
grasses are pretty brown Tuesday.All ANTS
Planted Hanging Redwood Baskets $1.98 'where lots of water has not AND MANY OTHER

3' Hibiscus $1.49j ,been applied. sessions have been held, LAWN INSECTS

i Well, all this sounds bad at the University of Florida in
WHIRLWIND Dan McCarty Auditorium. You 995 gal.
but it has been good for cut
j 4I will be interested in this
pro-;
--.. ting hay, combining rye and Call I
gram. your county agent'soffice
,
--- cleaning out collard patches.
I
ROTARY MOWER There have also been some. and leave word that you]
briarberries. are interested. Easy As WateringYour
"Wind Tunnel" action mighty good
Florida is growing faster I
Pulls The Grass Up Lawn with the
I For A More Even Cut. than any state in the U.S. We
1 Brand new, just off the don't want these people td get I ORTHO LAWN SPRAYER. '
press, and we have ordered a hungry and we want them to oxn
1 Ie SALE 39 supply of circulars on vege- eat Florida grown food. Attaches to Garden Hose.
I 2\ i table insect and disease control I l sPUf
.Ii" Every vegetable grower. i

lc peregal. 18" Boxwood I:commercial size or garden Well, this is eatin time in' 39gcAr.urr
15 GAL
:size, needs of the
one guides. Bradford County. I was in ai
:: with If you spray or dust peas man's corn and okra and pea,
I purchase 18" Viburnum .oi 'with Toxaphene, bow long patch last Saturday morning.I'I'
should you wait before pick- I[ asked him why he r5i
atnso-tea of 18" Ligustrum I'ing? If you dust or spray collards long rows of okra for such at I :: NOW For Prompt

1 gal.I I with Pbosdrin, bow long small family. Said be just I """'m' Garden Service
should you wait before harvest wanted plenty for his family'
I at reJ.! 79 I ORO! Fully Guaranteed I ? If you use Sevin to and for the ,neighbors. These! "IMflR DIAL 376-4352

price !kin stinkbugs, how long should two brothers, Will and Roy;;
I FREE DEMONSTRATION ;you wait to pick peas? Thiscircular : Morgan, are typical of good
4.98 2' PODOCARPUS tells you. It tells you] neighborly Bradford farmers.
f i!a lot more too. We want you i JOHNSON & PARIS
Lasts 6-8 Years Than Most
Longer to have one.Developing. Goodness sakes, gotta go.'
I It's 3 m. Man called'
p. just
: FLORIDA PEST CONTROL and said if I wanted 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-0476
20 N.W. 16th, Ave. 6-2661 Resources of a mess FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT
Agricultural good
sweety I
banty corn, -
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
t Effectively i* meaning ,better get out there.




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I Request I 823.25 I Indust I up 3.49 A "first" in Florida 4-H Clubs Y.ter

206.52 I Rails I up 0.39 ;(s being recorded this week on
the University of Florida cam .
The following market quotations I 141.78 I Util I up 0.25 M
are requested specifically by readers 1 .
of the Sun financial page. The quotation STOCK LISTINGS 291.28 I Stocks I up 0.88 pus.Around 500 of the 4-H young- s
are furnished by
II 5,290,000 I Volume | 2,100,00But iters with the green jackets and'freshscrubbed"
Pierce,Wulbern h look began assembling -

.- .. here Monday for the
I. NEW YORK STOCK worthintn tT.. ............ 1.50 40% Value Line Inc _______ 5.58 1 "irst annual State 4-H Club Con-
l + Xerox _- 118% Wellington Fund VV 15.08N Can ;'erence, which also happens to l M

EXCHANGE Zenith 1_ 1.20a 69% :De the first "co-educational" z .
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Y S E Most Active Stocks event for the youngsters.
Abbott Lab 2.40 384, OVER THE COUNTERNEW Comp. Vol. Close Changes I 'Boom'Last Thus far they have heard an o ws. \
Allied Chem 1.80 52/e \
address by Congressman D. R.
199,500 Chrysler 50% %
YORK (APj-The following bid up .

Amerada pt 2.00 83% and asked quotations supplied by the 122,800 Tex Gulf Sul 51% up 1% (Billy) Matthews. They have

Am Elc Pow l.16b 4H4A..ner Nations Association of Securities Dealers 100,200 Am Mch Fdy 21% off % held educational sessions which

Enka .w.r.. 1.40a 56% Inc. do not represent actual transactions 92,700 RCA 33Vi up % ? dwelt on the "citizenship"theme. "r 1 '
Amer Hone 1.44a 66% but are the NASD's estimateof 61,600 Am Cement 10% % And they've mixed fun < V
the within which up
range these securIties
Amer 1.1 Fdy .90 213'4 could have been sold (bid) or 60,000 Lockheed 34% up % with business, square dancingand is.dtiV :::4 1 1u
, Armco Stl 3.00 12th bought (asked: : 50,300 Sperry Rd 14% off % By SAM DAWSONAP swimming and picnicking at

Atch Topka 1.20a 313, Alico Land ___ 7 47,000 G D Searle 59% off 2% Business News Analyst Camp Wauburg. They've also ra ,,!

Baxter Lab .36 22% Amer Fidel Life _._ 23 43,800 Allied S-Mkts 15 up % NEW YORK (AP) A slow- met and talked to University
Beckman In 49 Amer Heritage 24% 41,400 Brunswick 9% up *8 down in the growth of personal President' J. Wayne Reitz and t :
Beech U S ... ....,.. Mrs. Reitz at
1.10 47' Amer Mat Ins 21% 40,300 Goodrich 50% up Be incomes for the first time in a reception at the 2. :*
Bristol My ._._.. .80 64th president's home. ;
Amer Pioneer Life __ 6% 38,800 Zenith 68>a off % months is about the only sour
VV'
Brown Shoe __ 3.40 9BB Anheuser Busch 51% 34,600 Cin Gas & El 26 off VV note in the lilting chorus of The conference concludes to- \ ,
Brunswick 9% morrow. And, as one girl delegate -
Anodyne 4Vi 34,400 Xerox 118% off 2'/s good times.
Cambell S _._ 2.40 37% US Steel summed it up: "Wow! I
Citizens Bank 34 33,800 56% up 1V4 Most business news has been "
Carter Pdt l.ooa 171 like co-education! ,
Case J I 16 Comsat Corp.. .-? 214 Reg Northern States Power DiN \ so much better than expectedin f ..4v

Cessna Air 1.00 251 Conn Lt & Pow 37i YDJ- Northern States the spring now ending that ;:>5 ,,

Ches Ohio Cowles Mag & Pb. ll'/4 Power Co. -Minnesota- declare about the only worry has been:
4.00 77%
Dunn & Bradst 59V4 reg quar div of 34 cents on Is it too good to last? On the serious side, a discus
Coas S Gas _
313 First West. common pay July 20 record Personal Is the sion panel (right): From S \y
Fin'c'l 14% spending biggest -
CBS _--- -...,.,.... 1.80b 46% Sandra "
Florida Gas lOVi June 30. bulwark of the economy. Iis t Copeland,
Comb Eng _.._ 1.20 26%
Fla Nat'l Bank __ 64 broader than either government editor, Arcadia; Don left'l
Cone Mills __ .80 20th Amex Active Issues
FIa Tele _...._ 26% or business spending. The ton, 4-H Council treasurer,
Cont .
Air .. .40 241Conl Volume Close
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Forrest Labs 25% Change steady climb in personal income per; George Taylor Jr., ;
Ins 2.20 55% 151,500 Syntex 63% off V/t ,
Founders Life 831i totals has strengthened secretary; Mary Hedden, Ft. b ,
Contr Data 106\-2 54,800 Chromalloy)) 19% off 1%
Franklin Life 55% this bulwark. This in turn has Meade, vice president; and Li1
Corn Pdts ._...... 1.50 63% 30,900 TWA Wts 26 off Vi .
Delta Air Great[ American ..... 12% Bolstered industry and trade die Taylor, Green Cove Ed-I
1.60 78% 30,600 Massey-Ferg 28V4 off % f
Det Steel ...........,. .60 151 Grolier 39% 24,200 Westates Pete 6% up % and above all has inspired hopes president.
Emerson EI _.. Gulf Life 55% that the general upturn will continue 3 ,
1.00 45 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS .
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Herff Jones 13 into the foreseeable future. .' i
Fair
Camera .50g 2HFinan'l Purchases .
Fed Home Ins ..'..- 62% 354,118 And personal Income did :./iIt
504 Short Sales ?
4,124
Jax Minit Mkts 7 climb in The
Fst Chartr 1.97f 35% Other Sales .. .....V..w 352,478 May. only disappointment ,
Fla E Cst .--- -- ... 131 Kennasaw Life 11% Total Sales is that it's growth <<,
Food Fair __ .90 23% Life of Fla 5% V 710,720i was only about half that of

FMC Lowes Company +.................? 20 PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK :April. Available signs show $
Corp 1.00 58% .. .
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Frito Milgo Electron ___... 10% MARKET ,June pretty much like May. ", :- ) .;);
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:Lay 444
Gen Tele ... .. .88 Mort Guaranty Ins 25% Advances __ 271,718 If May is a new trend rather t iil
1- 33\2 Declines .... .,, .,...
Ga Paci l.oob 62% Pacific SW Air 47% V ? 219,3631 than an exception the question :
Schlitz Brew 49% Unchanged _"_ 250,266 becomes: Can personal con
Getty Oil ....... Jog 254
Grace Co 1.00b Secur Life & Tr 58 Total Issues l,347 r sumption expand enough, and

I Hel Curtis-_._ .80 20'56/4 Southern Nitro. ____.. 18\%' New 1963-64 Highs ........-.,. 57 fast enough, to justify all of the

IBM _._ 5.00 482 Travelers Ins ..._.._ 43% New 1963-64 Lows __ 21Late high hopes on which business is

: Int Min C__._ 1.80a 71' I AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE ,now basing its planning?

Int Tele 1.00 5434 Morning Personal debts are rising.
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Kellogg _._ .80a 4TI And these often represent prior

Lehman CP 1.34e 29!i N. Y. Listing repayment claims when the ,
\I Litton In 1.98f 64 Aerojet-Gen .3U weekly paycheck is up for dis

-Lone .S CM ..-__ 1.00 21Marsh Analex Corp 2H AllisChal 18i IntNick 78% tribution. j'

1 Fld _...._ 1.60 441Martin Aqua Chem _-. .. 161a Alcoa 71% IntPap 321% The May figures for personal ;

M __ 1.00 Aurora Plastics _...r 35% AmAir 43% Jones&L 78% incomes put the total at a sea

McG Hill _'_ .60a 35 Barnes Engineer _.._.._ 19% AmBrk 54% KaisAl 38 sonally adjusted annual rate ol r

:Mead Corp ,.._...,... 1.70 48% Butler ShoeChormaloy. 81a AmBdPar 39'i Ken'cot 81% :'about $485 billion. This would 4x
-.Merkd 2.003 37 ._ 19% AmCan 46% Lig&My 77%I'be about $1.25; billion above the _

'Natl Air .. ... .80 49 Cinerama ....... .... .- 8 AmCyan 64% Loch'd 34% revised April rate, which at _

N Y Centl _.._ .50g 373 e Computer Sci ._.__ .. 164a AmMot 15'/4 Lorillard 44Vi first was estimated to havetopped <
Nia M Pow __.. 2.00 524' Cutter Labs A 17 AT&T 137% Mag'vox 32% March by $2.2 billion. __ r a w7gILy

Norfolk W _... 6.00 1324No Data Control .. V 41 AmTob 33% M&M 601% One reason that personal incomes J

Ind P S ....... .. .1,48 55% Fulton Inds ._V .._ 9 AmpxCp 161% Mohasco 13% are expected to go on ,,
,No Nat Gas 1.80 534'. Gen Develop 4% Anaconda 42Vi Mons'to 79% rising at whatever rate is that z#

'Olin Math 1.20 4t Mackey Airlines _.._ 5'/e Armour 49% MontWd 38% the very business boom itself
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Owens 11 G 2.50 99 Mead Johnson _V 18 Babcock 31% NatDair 80% will generate expanded pay -4 31II V :
Pac NW Tele _. 221sa Beth Stl 37 NatDist 26% rolls. If all of the corporate
Pac G & E ,..-.,... 1.10 303'4 J
Pac LUng _._.. 2.60 60 Philips ElecRedwing __ 384aa Boeing 52% N.AmAv 48 plans for spending on new

Pac T & T _..._.... 1.20 28 Carriers ......_ In Borden 74% Penney 55% plants and equipment are carried ___J 1pLrTJLL:

Pan Amer A _...._ 1.20 691'4 I RIC Group ... 6% Brunswk 9% PRR 31 out, there will) be new jobs
Parke Day 1.00 27% Sperry R. Wts. .. 1 6% CaterTr 65 PepCola 54% and longer work weeks.

Pennzoil _.. ... 2.00 741. Syntex _._._ 6334 Celanese 64 Vi PhilMor 80 And employment totals did go ,_. _
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Pfizer .. .80a 45 Tampa Elec ... 24 Chrysler 50% PhillPet 50 up in May to a record 71 mil- .,. i

Phelps Dg ,- 3.00 65} Tech Measur __ 164 CocaCola 131 RCA 33Vi lion, with 81,000 new jobs in

Polaroid _"__ .20 141 se TWA WtsMUTUAL__.. _.. ... 26 CornEd 48"8 RepStl 44% manufacturing alone. The fac *

Pub Sv E G _._ 1.30 37 xe FUNDS ConEdis 89% Revlon 35% tory work week was the longestand V

Pure Oil ----- 1.60 52 sa ContCan 51 ReyTob 45% the overtime hours the

Ra'onier .. .. .. 1.20 354 4 Affiliated Fund 8.90 DowChe 72Vi StRegP 31 highest for any May in nearly V. H, .a. 3m

Rexall _._....._ .50b 45 14 Capital Life & Gr 9.98 DuPont 257Vi Seaboard 47% 10 years. The "co-educational" aspect i k 1;

Re'n MeU _._ .50 38 Divers Growth 9.92 EAL 31% Sears 114% Flood Washes- t' L
of Conference
the 4-H
Rich Merr 1.00 4078 Dividend Shares .._..._......., 3.78 E.Kodak 13% Sinclair 45% was .y y ry.i

R C Cola _..._ 1.20 14 Dreyfus _...... V 20.32 Firestone 40% Socony 79% Cows Away carried out in recreation, too, as l

Roy Dutch __.._... 1.73g 443a 4 Fidelity Capit _...w.-.._.. 11.42 FlaPw 46% SouthnC 60%

Searle GD ,.,..... ..... .90 59 14 Fidelity Fund _.., ...... ....17.gg FlaPIL 74% SperryR 14% SPRINGFIELD, Neb. (AP) exemplified by these two young

Singer ... .........- 2.00 90!6 I, Fidelity Trend ,........... ... 18.96 Ford 54 StBrand 781 8 Farmer Henry Gottsch tells this sters (above left). At right ;
Smith KIn -, -.- 1.20a 613 4 Fund'tal Invest ...._....,. 10.99 FrmstDa HVi StO NJ 86% story of the flood that hit his! 4r

Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32 s 8 Income of Boston. ........ 8.37 FreptSul 35% Studebak 7% farm Tuesday evening after a II. above, the 4-Hers take part in I 4

St Oil Cal .._. ...... 2.00 653 i Incorporated Inc __ 9.97 FruehTr 311 Swift 53Vi torrential rain.
St Oil Ind r..._.._... 2.OOb 773 i Keystone K-2 5.55 Gen Dyn 27% Texaco 79T/i He had gone to the pasture I an old-fashioned square dance; I -

Sterl Drug __ .65 271 ti Keystone S-3 .._ 16.64 GenE! 80 Thiokol 141% to round up his 26 cows when and, at right, in a "quiet cor- :-r-- -

Texas Util ...- .--.- 1.20 571;I Keystone S-4 4.77 GenFds 87% U Carb 124% he saw a wall of water hit the _

Textron ............. 1.40 427 Life Investors _ V 20.24 GenMills 39:% UnitAirc 47V4 animals. ner" conference, Mary Hedden f"< .w

Tidewater .-- --- .._... 30;i Life Stock Fund. ..._.-... 7.93 Gen ttrs -88% UnFruit 23!4 What really amazed him was and Eddie Taylor talk with J1.t

Trans W A ............ 43 4 Mass. Inv Stock _.._.._ 16.68 Goodrich 51% US Steel 57 that one cow was swept down
Union Pac _... 1.6Oa 46 si ;Mass Inv Growth 8.8 Greyhnd 55i Univ Mat 12Vi a creek for five miles, then four President Reitz. (Photos by rt

Und Air L ........ I.SOb 523 4 Pioneer Fund _.__ 9.58 Gulf Oil 56% WestgEl 30% miles down the Platte River.

Upjohn _. ...... 1.00 54 9 Puritan Fund 9.67 Honw 134 WinnDix 38 The animal was in good condition Jack Horan)

Jim Walter ........- 30 34 Putnam Growth __ ._ .._. 5.71 IntHarv 77T Woolwth 28 when found.
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War Lamb -.......... .70 28 3i TV & Elec _. _. __.. 8.11 r
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(e) New York Time Rides PreviewNewberry

( NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 17 I

High Low Close Net Chg. 6
25 Rails 144.05 142.69 143.53 Up .49 '

'25 Industrials 829.21 820.13 825.86 Up 4.61 FeteNEWBERRY Bryant, Cabinet Airplane Hangars Make House Refuses
50 Stocks 486.63 481.41 484.69 Up 2.55

Start inland i Excise Tax Cut .
Carnival kid'la barbecue supper will be Perfect l\lllSeums-Balcr

STOCKMARKET die rides will be in operationhere served at 5 p.m. There also will MIAMI (AP) Gov. Farris Ntw Jork TtmraWASHINGTON

FLASHES tomorrow afternoon as a:be a big melon contest and ,Bryant and the Florida Cabinet I "An airplane hangar would Baker said a future projecton

preliminary to the 19th annualN'ewberry 'auction.An i will break ground today for a make a perfect museum," the museum's agenda is a The Houseof

Watermelon FestivalThe I entertainment $5.5 million Dade County Sun-I Thomas G. Baker, associate facility for school children.A Representatives turned down
NEW YORK (AP-The stock The Associated Press program by
averageof Republican appeals for
moved I 60 stocks rides will be located adjacent Jimmy Strickland will start in land Training Center for the'curator and head of the Depart special display b neces- more
higher which made
market stubbornly a rec
to the festival building I the festival building at 7 mentally retarded. for them he said because tax relief today and passed an
early this afternoon despite ord high Wednesday was up .6 p.m. ment of Exhibits of the Florida sary ,
where tomorrow night the festival This will be administration bill to continue
profit taking among many recent to 309.2 at noon, with industrials activities will begin with followed by the Bryant will deliver the main I State Museum said yesterday.In they "have to touch things, and
gainers. up 1.8, rails unchanged and queen contest which always learn at their own pace." $1.9 billion in excise taxes for
an amateur contest. I draws address. State Treasurer J.. Edwin I
utilities off .1. the festival spotlight.At a speech to the weekly another year.
Blue chip industrials carried The contest will start at 730 Larson will be master of;luncheon meeting of the Gainesville
The Dow Jones industrial average ; least a dozen lovely candidates FDC Asks Bids
utilities and The bill voice vote
while rails
the ball and chairman Dan Allen i j I ceremonies.The i Kiwanis Club, Baker out- passed by ,
at noon was up 3.49 to p.m. will be competing for the' iI
were about even on balance. 8:>6.88. approaching its historic has lined up an array of talent title now held by Kay Wrightof center, expected to I lined the functions and pro- For GilchristTALLAHASSEE now goes to the Senate.
open
While most gains of key closing high of 830.17. ranging from baton twirling to High Springs. i Igrams of the state museum. Republicans came within one
stocks were fractional, a scat Du Pont by May, 1965, will bouse 1,0001 I The Florida vote of achieving party unanimity .
spurred the averages string bands. There'll be cash The candidates He said the museum has a
include in 29-bed
Cherry patients and
tering of pivotal issues were up with of cottages Development Commissionwill as the House rejected a
a gain 2. Also
nearly prizes for winners and admission dual purpose. "As a state museum
Hymes of Dunnellon and Nancy will provide outpatient care for two
take bids Monday on
substantially. lending! support to the indica- motion to return the bill to the
Lee it is a display of various
will be 25 and 50 cents. Willingham of Gainesville. 500 more. j road construction bond issues,
:Losses of a point or so were tors, American Smelting !
rose exhibits, and as a university Ways and Means Committee.
Miss
Saturday program highlights Hymes is 16, the daughter worth for Gil-
taken by some of the higher. more than a point, Texaco Martin Palm Beach Browardand It must collect relicsto including $825,000
will Include a baby parade at of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. museum christ The motion included instructions
priced computer and photographic about a point. :Monroe counties also will be County.
3 p.m. Under the direction of Hymes and is a senior at Dun reinforce the research and to add provisions lor re-
f Issues. Losses of a point were taken Mrs. Bee Allen, the parade will,)nellon High School. served by the center, the fifth i study programs." Baker said. Proceeds of the Gilchrist issue I peal of excise or sales taxes on
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I The drug companies involved by IBM, Polaroid and Control feature a host of youngstersfrom : I In Florid Others are at Fort ,will be used for secondary road cosmetics and other toilet pre

J in ora] contraceptives recovered Data. two months to 4 Miss Willingham is 18 and the Myers, Orlando, Gainesville and In a discussion of the facilities -construction. The bonds will be parations jewelry, luggage and
age
partialljr from Wednes.day' Prices advanced on the Amer who will be competing for years ribbons daughter of Joe Willingham.I I Marianna. the museum both has and I repaid with a portion of the other leather goods and furs:,

cancer-scare selling. lean Stock Exchange. in three brackets.A She is a graduate of Gaines- needs he noted the roominessof county's gasoline tax money. i

I, -Airlinei were generally low. Corporate bonds were mixed. age I ville High School, stands 5-5 The main reading room of the an airplane hangar would The other issue to be sold The vote against this proposal,

'. er. Chemicals and tobacco UJ3. government bonds were unchanged free watermelon cutting will and weighs 120 pounds. As her Library Congress was openedon be perfect for the shifting display Monday is a $-I million one for offered by John W. Byrnes of

liar. mixed.. to a shade higher. start At 2 P-m, Saturday and, talent abe wifl sing Tammy." Nov. It, 1891. .. needs of a museum Leon 0Nntr. I.Wisconsin, wu 207 to 183.f .

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DO YGU HAVE 7b I DONT IWOGI..THATSKWD 1M WORRtED'IHAT 1M NOT WHO{ p0"kU0 HAYS TO UKE. .

.. ", LIKE BEETHOVEN OF A HARD G.VESTION.' SMART ENOUGH TO BE A TO Bc A MIDDLEBROW?
I TOB ANf6NBROW 80&AND) <4Ei Ift!

.i Eyd ? WA TO END i/P/ A LOWBROW.
i Wkat't your problem? For a general -

Never Hit Her reply, writ to Abby Box 3365 Eya LL nL

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I include a self-addressed stamped en-

f .x. 9 Abigail Van Buren velope. Abby answers ail mail. I II '1



i..Ii = "r.tJ .' AN 15 T>4AT S 6 MILES NT KI! IGNORE C>SE >j

DEAR ABBY: Last night I received a call from the mother bigamist, not YOU. See a lawyer and find out where you DOtfTUSUALLV PICKt1PBUMS HEADED MAKE AY/AV.7 IT WE JM LESS SHOULD U 0 MY SPEED 57 YEARS MANIACS.AT?THE IN I

of a 15-year-old girl. She said our 14-year-old son' gave stand. SNOW,BUT I NOTCl=,THERESA DOGPATCI I". THAN AM HOUR, .WHEEL I HAVE NEVER
STORM
BEHIND>
VONKI -
her daughter a black eye and a split lip. I was shocked | GOIWGATWSAFE -a__' HAD AN ACCIDENT-OF

and told my husband, who then gave our son a good beat- DEAR ABBY: Why do people think they are doing a frienda / 1 $At4E PACED ;, ON Krr, ANY BAD LUCKf /.'

I j. ing. I have seen the girl, and she is a good six inches taller favor when they go in gangs to visit them in a hospital tt ,r ,
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t than our son and at least 30 pounds heavier, so it was not ? My sister recently had a baby and six of her friends j ; .

l'' a very fair match, our boy said this girl started calling came at exatly two P.M., and they stayed the full two-hour .1 I

him names and, when he ignored her, she started hitting visiting time. When more came, nobody left they just 0 0

and kicking him. He said he didn't want to fight her, but crowded in, sitting all over the bed and the window sill. They P-I : J' a

he wasn't going to stand there and let her beat him up, so laughed and talked among themselves and made a regular a "? I Im.e

he hit her in self defense. Do you think our boy was party out of it. When nighttime came, my poor sister was SEE p.r -

wrong? What was he supposed to do? so exhausted she had to have a hypo to put her to sleep. r I

MRS. M. Whose fault is this? I say the nurses should not allow aa a.ne ar ee
IK1. .n niaM h 1
visitors to wear the patients out.
I DEAR MRS. P.!.: Under NO circumstances should a boy BURNED UP

ever hit a girl. Being 30 pounds lighter, he could have easily DEAR BURNED: Nurses cannot police every room. Most 9 i BAllS 0'FIRE H UFF MYlPLOW
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left her a half a block behind. hospitals have rules limiting the number of visitors each pa- F PAWifSOMEBODy TH'VARMINTSTEAL WHAT DID POFF ( !]
BROKE IN
tient may have, and how long they may stay. Furthermore, -I OUR ?
BARN LAST
surely a friend would not take offense if the patient, on be- L. >

DEAR ABBY: My husband got a Mexican divorce four coming tired, frankly told her guests she wanted to nap a NIGHT iII

months ago, or at least he claims he did. He has now remarried bit. rnrn (C G"i

and is living in California. I did not sign any divorce (

papers. In fact, I didn't even see any. I didn't havea CONFIDENTIAL TO R.F.J.: Living need not cost you any 3

lawyer represent me in Mexico and I have it on good more today than it did 40 years ago. That is, if you don't w Vri

authority that my husband was never in Mexico. He got this mind living like they did 43 years'ago.. w '. : 6

divorce by proxy or something like that. Is he legally divorced '- ..
from me? And if he isn't, how can he be legally ,
CONFIDENTIAL TO DISAPPOINTED IN NEWPORT:
married to somebody else? Am I a bigamist?
BEWILDERED Take comfort in the words of Mark Twain: "If you pick up :: /

a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite

I DEAR BEWILDERED: If your husband married another you. This is the principle difference between a dog and a

woman while he was still legally married to you, HE is the man." !c DN MAID FUESTHE SR CEpTHE; ENTIRE VALLEY IS INVITED AND AT THE ELECTRONIC
; ,!A GREAT HOLIDAY HAS BEEN COUPE USED BY HER AND 110| A HUGE CELEBRATION! PRISON
l JUNIOR IWTO THE GREAT HALL AND FEAST. WEWILLSERVE
DECLARED IN MOON VALLEY
AS TV CAMERAS FLASH THE GIANT ESCARGOTANO THEY DIDN'TtS.JSIT r
From his cramped flat in 10:00: O Say When SCENE TO CUFF-SIDE SCREENS CHAMPAGNE. -SS INCLUDE U5,

a dismal town, Jimmy O News-Mike Wallace U I

Porter, first of the Angry CD Waldo Norris I 0 o '4a !
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I Young Men, releases his 10:30 O CD News Ii c. o l i

bitterness against the O I Love Lucy < h i tad

English upper middle l 11:00 O CD Concentration
I class in a fashion that D
O The McCoys
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threatens to wreck his 4
11:30 O (D JeopardyO
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If marriage. His wife Alison Pete and Gladys G3A 61' .. 7S i ._ .'1 o % ._ .,*&yK. Pt

1 finds herself incapable of 12:00 O CD First Impression S ,..u tis l n w,.;j

telling Jimmy that she is .
O Love Of Life
a;
expecting a child. Richard ;

f Burton, Mary Ure, Claire 12:25 O News

Bloom. 12:30 O CD Truth or
5:00 O Best of Groucho comedy by Irene Winston.It .
11:30 B D Color
( ) Johnny ConsequencesO
takes only one hit-and- HELLaKATL.COME DIDVOUSEE r YES,AND SOME OF THE > ( I'M AFRAID 5Q KATE THE >
O Riverboat victim to upset the Carson Search For Tomorrow IN/I'M SORRY TO PAD THISMORNING PRELIMINARY TESTS ARE SERIOUS) >EVIDENCE POINTS TO SOME.

5:25 B Greatest Headlines run whole routine at Blair. (Color) Featured guestscheduled 12:45 O Guiding Light Z GOODMORNINO.MORGAN 6ELATEIDR. ? r COMPLETED/ INTRflCRANIAL LESION/

5:30 O Newscope The patient: an enormous for tonight is 12:55 O CD News d ,, 4

5:55 D Local News- Sports, white sheep dog whose Reynolds the "Unsuitable"New Debbie York 1:00 O News I Or 1 r :
Weather escort is a fast talking > -
for the opening of hernew O Midday i I_
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6:00 O News, Sports, model. -
movie "The Unsink CD Local News o Y *
O Months Before Birth-
Weather
"The beginning of preg- able Molly Brown." 1:05 D Match Game c Is 0
Sunshine Almanac
6:15
0
nancy." FRIDAY MORNING AND 1:15 O Focus Interview LI ..
6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite
AFTERNOON <
9:00 O Perry Mason 1:30 O ScienceO >
O Quest for Adventure "The Case of the Dupli- SUMMER SEMESTER l 1A
As the World Turns ,
O B News, Huntley, cate Daughter." 6:00 O Summer Semester

I Brinkley O Canadian Travel Introduction to Space CD Ernie Ford ] J __ .
7:00 O RiflemanID Film. Science: "The Center of 2:00 O CD Let's ,Make _<":;
//rte /7vJ : t111 1 f 1 I I laiqll 1 C I V7\-.l
Arrest and Trial 9:30 B CD Hazel the Earth." Dr. Robert A Deal *

O Discovery (Color) With Dorothy still Jastrow. O Password 'HP C CALLED ELAINE WHILE IIIII I V WHY, YOU DIDN'T OUST I II I I COULDNT SHE TALKED FOR

Breathing apparatus; the away, Hazel takes on the 6:10 D Continental Classroom 2:25 O I CD News {>YOU AND WERE SHE OUT 1> TELL HER >\ A GET WORD IN J 1 TEN BEFORE MINUTES I
task of- "Cheerin' Up Mr. American Government I '* I WASN'T I 'qP ( EDGEWISE COULD EVEN
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adaption of turtles to their 2:30 Q CD Doctor 1 AT HOME? 1 JsHERE..l'LL
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"A Tribute to the People.: <>> i. HELLO ..
environment.
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O Science Reporter Prof. Peter H. Odegard. O House Party ?,,$;

O Movie 10:00: B O Kraft Suspense 6:15 B Sunshine Almanac 3:00 O CD Loretta Young m' aR
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Martial difficulties '
"Blue Skies.
Theater 6:30 B World Civilization O To Tell The Truth !i ,
the
arise when
(Color) "My Enemy, ThisTown. 3:25 O News-Edwards QO Qtt .
husband prefers adven- ." After ,his release O Pastor's Study 1 1I
ture to 3:30 B CD You Don't Say! .
a steady career. from prison, artist Johnny 6:35 O Sunshine Almanacs I
Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Baroja returns to hi 6:40 B Living Words O Edge of Night r rwc

I Joan Caulfield, Billy De hometown for revenge on i 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor 4:00 Q Match Game i y.a .

j Wolfe, Ogla San Juan. the girl he claims framed O Secret Storm-Serial 1
6:50 Q Farm and Home 9 6:16
4 7:30 O News Special
him assault '
on an charge CD Pals 'L.
(Special) Who will win the O The Nurses. 7:00 B I O Today Popeye's

Presidential election in "The Warrior." When The first 96 minutes are 4:25 B News

November? David Brink Sgt. Burt Andrews arrivesat devoted to a remote telecast 4:30 B Burns and Allen I STAND NOW *YOU'LL NOTICE I'M LETTING MY ARMS

1 ley makes a prediction at Alden General his from the Farm Museum O Super Car ; BEHIND YOU-THLN DO THE WORK.'-'.AND THLRE'5 NO. NOBODY
.. 'NO,NO-IN! A BANKER;: A51 YOU CAN 5EE. TURN'. THE-.UN.
the conclusion of tonight'sshow. injuries seem to be the at Lancaster, Pa. CD Movie HOT KEEP THE HANDS A LOOK DOWN ,
ESO THE SHAFTTHEY ARE, YOU GET THE MAIN
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how as least of his problems: The O News, Weather "The Time the Place and LITTLE AHEAD OF THEI AHEAD OF IT. DOUG! ,,s... IDEA, Mltf WRENN?
: he went about n tUBHEAD, MISS : ,
nurse taking care of himis 7:05 O Ranger Hal the Girl." A singer and a ...w fw
making his decision. ifi
his estranged wife, and 7:50 0 News, Weather bandleader plan to opena
O What's New
the Army thinks he's a 8:00 O Captain Kangaroos night spot, but a symphonic r
i The cowboys' enemies; deserter. conductor's f

kinds of energy; obedience 11:00 B News, Weather, SportO 9:00 B Divorce Court living next door, threaten family, !* ;, ,I Vii, Ir r
training. News Q Bachelor Father 6':
legal proceedings because :
8:00 O "About Ceramics." O Local News (Color) D Romper Room they'll be annoyed by the y / J

8:30 O D Dr. Kildare 11:25 O Movie 9:30 O People Are Funny swing music. Dennis i: /i I W\ :

"Goodbye, Mr. Jersey," a "Look Back in Anger." O Jack LaLanne Morgan, Jack Carson.
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WASHINGTON famous? last 15 or 20 The
Sunglassesare years. ex- bridge of the nose perspire.)!

the rage in Washington this Twenty-five years ago sun- planation for their present popularity Whatever comfort they give t 1

summer. Everybody is wearing glasses were commonly associ- lies elsewhere. against ."glare" is more than .
them -children, policemen, ated with the type of celebritythe Anyone who has ever tried to I onset DY uie discomfort of - e....

teamsters, lobbyists, old wom- movie-rich idle heirs, big talk to a sunglasses-wearer has clammy eyes. i ,
en, young women. novelists, etc. who spent a been close to the nub of the 2. The world looks r'To USE MY 7)41515 rrv ..czMAYBE F iED'
Five unscientific great deal of time very CREATIVE- ABILITY TO FRCVANOYOMPLAIN CHOSEN AND HOT DO6SNCASSSKJLEWITH
utterly surveys changing matter. The man or woman in gloomy through sunglasses. A MAKE SCi'
aft REALLY rru ass
conducted downtown clothes in the belt These
on palm sunglasses holds the upper hand storm seems always imminent, GOOD FC2 OJ AND AU.1WT I-1O'r pees ONe HAhP.8i7zGcr2 ..
8At CE'if
streets last week show that one people did not affect sunglasses, over the bare-eyed. Their eyes and in dark restaurants, where -A r T 16 COyLApJr: Bh tA7L..14ANBUKGEIt >

of every three Washingtonians, as cynics used to insist, in orderto are clothed behind impenetrablesheets many people wear them, one / THE NE.AND

or roughly 700,000 people, is draw attention to themselves.At of black. Are they bored, has the impression of living d F2ED: CHiCKEt.ITNa ::
now behind sunglasses. least, not at first d SKweN
Standing i enchanted, amused, contemptuous recklessly. NECr .5 AA
alone, this phenomenon mightbe Quite the contrary.'The natureof ? I 3. a c s B .

dismissed as a passing fad, their work was hard on their I There is no telling. The un- of Sunglasses create an illusion w r IT!
security. With
but when considered in light of leaving their eyeballs eyes cov-
hooded
eyes
half of
their faces ered 6teD
may a man can leer at the
another fashion the '.
event
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frightfully veined in red and open to expose teeth, but is it waitresses I o
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sneer at the boss or i
advent of the woman's topless
swimsuit-it raises provocativelquestions. their ejesockets pouched and really a smile? Are the eyes be- yawn at his wife with impunity,] Th
purple. Sunglasses curtained hind
those oval
curtains truly as long as he keeps control of
these badly used eyes from public amused? One peers uneasily in- his mouth. He
We must first ask, what is view, thus denying the can gaze out at
to the black and sees only his the world from
a facade
of
the point of sunglasses? For a casual passerby the right to tell own reflection staring back in absolute
few people who suffer from un- calm and, atthe, same PO YOU WANT T NO.YDUV BCTTER LET HE!
at
what the
a glance celebrity
Stygian miniature? Are there time, indulge his emotions towards YOU GET \ I THINK WE OUGHT ToTiE ME ID PRJVE-T 1..YOU'RE
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common eye ailments, they area had done the CAR YET? I
night before. really eyes back there? Or do it STAY HERE,PATH/THE
necessary medical appliance.For As sunglasses became the shamelessly, knowing XXP YOU TO 'LMIK'S MO PLACE FORGET
those bulbous protrusions, as that the truth in his is H rr/ .fN.YOB TO se GOING.'
motorists eyes
into
driving low
a symbol of celebrity, they spread with The Invisible Man concealthe safely concealed under -
sun, they area comforting- who had neitherthe impeccable 4
among people fact that between nose and black
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ual aid. For people trying tread o need nor the right to eye clothing.The 1 1
wear brow there is nothing but air? topless bathing suit
on a glaring beach, they them. Office girls who wanted for,
Experiment gives the answer.
women is the
logical. next I
are a practical necessity. to be mistaken for step. 1
Marlene H
Put on a pair of sunglasses and When the
Since the incidence of :eye Dietrich. Stickup men who wanted eyes are decently
several things
instantly come clothed
I all other
cover in good B
disease
requiring sunglasses is : to"look like ,George Raft. clear.
weather will
become
low and since few of. the tuh- Disk jockeys,-tired of being un- 1. irrelevant ..
People who claim they After the first shock of the I. -i.
glass-wearers here are 'driving 'recognized at the delicatessen.Not wear them to comfort the .dies new Q
eyes style man and woman
into the on
sun or reading on the --
surprisingly,
'sunglasses against "glare" are rationalizing. the beach will
only want to
beach, there are clearly more quickly fell into social
disreputeand Like' clear
glasses, sunglasses know what, if anything is under h f
subtle motivation '
at work.
have been useless for mak
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20: Gainesville Sun Thursday, June 18, 1964!

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001 DO Yd)HAYS 7b I OOt4T KNm THAT'S THAT l(M NOT WHO p0'4DUHAVETOUKETo .

.- H LIKE sE va+ KIND OF A HARD QUES'f' '{.. SMART ENOUGH TO BE A Bc A NUOOEBROW?
: '... 70 BE A HI6HSROOJ.AND leEr ootr

I ;' D Hf6NBROW? W I) TO aiD UPA LOf BROtU.KI .
Whit's your problem. ? For a general z

II Never Hit: Her reply write ta Abby, Box 3365. < CJ 1y

.orc Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212. and w

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.I{ DEAR ABBY: Last night I received a call from the mother bigamist, not YOU. See a lawyer and find out where you 1N DOMT USUALLV PICK UPJUMS > \ MAKE I 1P4 LESS I 0 MY SPEED 57 YEARS MANIACS AT!/THE!IN j j.WHEEL
( ,BUT 1 NOnCETHERE?! DOGFTCH.7
girL She said our 14-year-old son gave CdEZJ THAMANHOURiGOIWQATMVSAFE
HAVE .
of a 15-year-old stand.'s' J\SNOW STORM BEHIND VOUPAWJISOMEBODV > ,I
her daughter a black eye and a split lip. I was shocked :,) -s j) HAD AN ACCIDENTOFSANY

and told my husband, who then gave our son a good beat- DEAR ABBY: Why do people think they are doing a frienda 4' 1 SANE PACE!" K" BAD LUCK,'.'

ing. I have seen the girl, and she is a good six inches tall- favor when they go in gangs to visit them in a hospital ,aI

er than our son and at least 30 pounds heavier, 'so it was nota ? My sister recently had a baby and six of her friends < .. ) to is I II Is It

very fair match, our boy said this girl started calling came at exatly two P.M., and they stayed the full two-hour ,t n o'.I I

him names and when he ignored her, she started hitting visiting time. When more came, nobody left they just

and kicking him. He said he didn't want to fight her, but crowded in, sitting all over the bed and the window sill. They dig a

he wasn't going to :stand there and let her beat him up, so laughed and talked among themselves and made a regular a j 7 L1 ,

he hit her in self defense. Do you think our boy was party out of it. When nighttime came, my poor sister was .SEd. P.r /

wrong? What was he supposed to do? so exhausted she had to have a hypo to put her to sleep. .. t 'r C I I10.
MRS. M. Whose fault is this? I say the nurses should not allow .eeQ 't9iMOmiED llu,P Fe e..asr 1
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visitors to wear the patients out.
DEAR MRS. M.: Under NO circumstances should a boy BURNED UP

ever hit a girl. Being 30 pounds lighter, he could have easily DEAR BURNED: Nurses cannot police every room. Most == of ALLS 0*FIRE!U UFF )I (CC MYa.

left her a half a block behind. hospitals have rules limiting the number of visitors each pa- WHAT DID e' ?OFF I
TH'VARMINT
S tient may have, and how long they' may stay. Furthermore, ... BROKE BARN IN LAST OUR STEAL?
surely a friend would not take offense if the patient, on be- l
DEAR ABBY: My husband got a Mexican divorce four coming tired, frankly told her guests she wanted to nap a NIGHT Ii
months ago, or at least he claims he did. He has now remarried bit. CfJ

and is living in California. I did not sign any divorce *

i papers. In fact, I didn't even see any. I didn't have CONFIDENTIAL TO R.F.J.: Living need not cost you any w i

a lawyer represent me in Mexico and I have it on good more today than it did 40 years ago. That is, if you don't .

I authority that my husband was never in Mexico. He got this mind living like they did 40>> years ago. w iN

divorce by proxy or something like that. Is he legally di- *
vorced from me? And if he isn't, how can he be legally Z f.Eo
CONFIDENTIAL TO DISAPPOINTED IN NEWPORT:
married to somebody else? Am I a bigamist?
BEWILDEREDDEAR Take comfort in the words of Mark Twain: "If you pick up 00 r 7 /

a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite -

BEWILDERED: If your husband married another you. This is the principle difference between a dog and a

woman while he was still legally married to you, HE is the man." (C MAID FUESTHE SPACE 'THE ENTIRE VALLEY IS INVITED\ [AND AT THE ELECTRONIC
COUPE USED BY HER AND | TO A HUGE CELEBRATION PRISONe..isrr -
A GREAT HOLIDAY HAS BEEN JUNIOR INTO THE GREAT HALL AND FEAST. WE WILL SERVE
DECLARED IN MOON VALLEY AS TV CAMERAS FLASH THE GIANT E5CARGOTAND THEY DIDN'T ,
From his cramped flat in 10:00 O Say When SCENE TO CJFF-SIDE SCREENS CHAMPAGNE.Y INCLUDE U5, '

a dismal town, Jimmy, O News-Mike Wallace UI I rj
Porter, first of the Angry CD Waldo Norris

Young Men, releases his 10:30 O CD News h: M -h r

0e bitterness against the O I Love Lucy ""I III
English upper middle 11:00 O CD Concentration
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class in a fashion that e p
O The McCoys
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threatens to wreck his 11:30 O CD Jeopardy u \ 11 ill li rr 7 n 0 r-

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telling Jimmy that she Is
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expecting a child. Richard

Burton, Mary Ure, Claire 12:25 O News

Bloom. 12:30 O CD Truth or
5:00 O Best of Groucho comedy by Irene Winston..
It takes only one hitandrun 11:30 O CD (Color) Johnny II ConsequencesO HELL KATE..COME DID YOU SEE S.AND SOME OF THE > ( I'AA AFRAID so.KATE/THE
O Riverboat victim to upset the Carson Search For Tomorrow IN/I'M SORRY TO PAD THIS a PRELIMINARY TESTS ARE SERIOUS? >EVIDENCE POINTS TO SOME.

5:25 O Greatest Headlines whole routine at Blair.] (Color) Featured guest: 12:45 O Guiding Light I Z GOODMORN1NGy OR.MORGAN! BELflJE'IIP1 / MORNING t COMPLETEDDID INTWKR.ANIAL. LESION/

5:30 O Newscope The patient: an enormous scheduled for tonight is' 12:55 O CD News <
the "Unsinkable" Debbie .
5:55 O Local News- Sports, white sheep dog whose Reynolds New York 1:00 O News O _
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6:00 O News, Sports, model. .
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Brinkley O Canadian Travel Introduction to Space CD Ernie Ford J L/// -14

7:00 O Rifleman Film. Science: "The Center of 2:00 O CD Let's Make ,

IB Arrest and Trial 9:30 O D Hazel the Earth." Dr. Robert A Deal ELAINE"C

I (Color) With Dorothy still Jastrow. O Password CALLED WHILE tItit WHY YOU DIDN'T I"I)"K I COULDNT SHE TALKED FOR
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I the away Hazel takes on the 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 2:25 O CD News .( YOU WERE OUT TELL HERWASN'T L A WORD IN J 1 TEN BEFOREI'-MINUTES
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difficulties
"Blue Skies. Martial -
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(Color) "My Enemy, This 3:25 O News-Edwards I ll :
husband prefers adventure Town." After his release Pastor's Study !

to a steady career. from prison, artist John- 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 3:30 O CD You Don't Say! a '

Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire,! ny Baroja returns to his 6:40 CD Living Words O Edge of Night = I I I FV y '

Joan Caulfield, Billy De hometown for revenge on 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor 4:00 O Match Game

Wolfe, Ogla San Juan the girl he claims framed O Secret Storm-Serial 6t, .
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(Special) Who will win the O The Nurses. 7:00 Q CD Today -

Presidential election in "The Warrior." When The first 96 minutes are 4:25 O News

November? David Brink-! Sgt. Burt Andrews arrives devoted to a remote tele- 4:30 Q Burns and Allen .'-.r'LL STAND NOW YOUtL NOTICE I'M LETTING MY ARMS

ley makes a prediction at t' at Alden General his cast from the Farm Mu- O Super Car ,NOr! IN A BUNKER BEHIND YOU-..THEN / -< | tX THE WORK-! AND 7HLRL'5 NO. t40BODY
the conclusion of tonight's seum at Lancaster, Palo A5 I LOOK DOWN YOU CAN 5EE..1HE TURN"iO THE.UHi
injuries seem to be the CD Movie HOT KEEP THE HANDS AmlE. YOU
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guing: how he went about t MISS WRENN! .S
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making his decision. his estranged wife, and 7:50 O News, Weather bandleader plan to opena O'y w r.,,.....

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kinds of energy; obedience 11:00 O News Weather, SportsO 9:00 O Divorce Court living next door, threaten : s .

training. I, News O Bachelor Father legal proceedings because '
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8:30 O CD Dr. Kildare 11:25 O Movie 9:30 O People Are Funny swing music. Dennis !k.1 ; Jij -W\ -. a ,.

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I 3S>m flnrfe QJtntf Could it be a yearning to look ing anyone look famous for the humid weather and make the : if r o

WASHINGTON famous? last 15 or 20 The HUr s
Sunglassesare years. ex- bridge of the nose perspire.
the rage in Washington this Twenty-five years ago sun- planation for their present pop-I Whatever comfort they give I { v .

summer. Everybody is wearing glasses were commonly associ- ularity lies elsewhere. against "glare" is more than I- .

them -children policemen, ated with the type of celebritythe Anyone who has ever tried to offset by the discomfort of -- -

I teamsters, lobbyists, old women movie-rich, idle heirs, big talk to a sunglasses-wearer has clammy eyes. 1 ,
I young women. .- novelists, etc. who spent a been close .to the nub of the 2. The world looks >- C2EATIVE T 72/10 USE MV THIS IS rr! 1 _c2 MAYBE FRIED':
Five utterly unscientific great deal of time changing very A3ILrTY TO PROM NOW ONITt1. CI OCEN AND 14or Does
surveys matter. The man or woman in gloomy through sunglasses. A I MAKE SOVsmNG REALLY
conducted downtown clothes in the belt. These BE PLAINWOTDC6SOME IN CA WLE WITH
f on palm sunglasses holds the upper hand storm seems always imminent, ii &.LD GOCP FOR YOU AMP AitX ..
..... Q 1W/.sLJJiGE: %s wc.d
streets last week show that people did not affect sunglasses
one over the bare-eyed. Their eyes and in dark restaurants, where -4 6ST IS CCW1AMT5PIPNT At+5G..14/4M6URGER
of every three Washingtonians, as cynics used to insist, in orderto are clothed behind impenetrablesheets [many people wear them, one < lltiOr THE NGXt..ANO

or roughly 700,000 people, is draw attention to themselves.At of black. Are they bored, has the impression of living CQ. FRIED CHICKEN

: now behind sunglasses. Standing least, not at first enchanted, amused, contemptuous recklessly. :I 1l4aNS I se I

alone, this phenomenon mightbe Quite the contrary:The natureof ? :a c s 8 -f 3J
3.
Sunglasses create
an illusion ifrvr
dismissed as a passing fad, their work was hard on their There is no telling. The un- of With r

but when considered in light of eyes, leaving their eyeballs hooded half of their faces may ered, a security.man can leer eyes at cov-the; Eti
another fashion event the frightfully veined in red and
open to expose teeth but is it waitresses the
sneer at boss or,
advent of the woman's topless their evesockets pouched and really a smile? Are the eyes be- yawn at his wife with impunity,:j i i
swimsuit-it raises provocative purple. Sunglasses curtained hind those
oval
curtains truly =
as long as he keeps control of
questions.We these badly used eyes from public amused? One peers uneasily in- his mouth. He can out at j
must first ask, what is view, thus denying the to the black and sees only his the world from a gaze facade of
the point of sunglasses? For a casual passerby the right to tell own: reflection staring back in absolute .
few people who stIffer from un- calm and, atthe, same PONT BE A SILLY POYOO WANTMETOPKJVET MO,YOU? C6TTER LET ME.!
at
a glance what the celebrity miniature
Stygian ? 1 1C YOU
Are there time indulge his emotions towards GET I THIWK WE OUGHT TO ITS A FUN PLACE' .
common eye,ailments, they area had done the night before. really eyes back there? Or do it = WE: CAR YET? I STAY HERE PATTi THE .YOU'RE MUCH-TOO-StOW?
i necessary medical appliance.For As sunglasses became the those bulbous shamelessly, knowing!W TOLD YOU 7D LARK'S NO PLACE FOR
protrusions, as that the truth in his eyes is 6ET R! 'iOn TO Be GOING; n w
motorists into low
driving a symbol of celebrity, they spread with The Invisible Man, conceal safely concealed under I
sun, they area comforting visual -among people who had neitherthe the fact that, between nose and black impeccable -

aid. For people trying to need nor the right to wear brow there is nothing but air? The eye clothing. I \v !
read on a glaring beach, they them. Office girls who wantedto Experiment gives the answer. topless is bathing suit for,Idf .
:women the logical next 1
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step.
are a practical necessity. be mistaken for Marlene Put on a pair of sunglasses and When the i

Since the incidence of :eye Dietrich. Stickup men who wanted several things instantly come clothed all other eyes are decently f
disease cover in good I
requiring sunglasses is to.*look' like George Raft. clear
weather will
low, and since few of the aglasswearers : Disk:jockeys.tired of become irrelevant ,
: being un- 1. People who claim they After the first shock of the ott l _
here are 'driving recognized at the delicatessen.Not wear them to comfort the eyes style.dies, man and new Q ft
woman
the on
into sun or reading on 'the 'surprisingly, 'sunglasses against "glare" rationaliz-'
are, the beach will only. want to D iT
beach, there, are clearly more quickly fell into social
disreputeand ing.' Like' dear glasses, sunglasses know what if anything, is under
subtle motivations at work. have been useless
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Thursday, June 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED '"':'ll.uhiffliuItiiHhili: muiitoiinntiirtrstntiiisiitrniiliaminiiwsuitiueulolsdoichl'' I"-, "
T1vicTIr: STABBED, ROBBED

-: i ; ,WAITRESS with arm experience 1' nI1
full time, morning or aflerno WANT-AD RATES
EIIIlIIACROSS tt) A M I N E I o R FR 2-1443 Tom Sawyer Motor
't Elevator Carries Horror icii r Irfl1 Inn.

rAti E ii i I ulul LADY to work In office part. PH. 3728441for
time, must be able' to type and
-- 27. Candle j. kT1 good with figures. '
I M D R A Apply W. T. forClassfied I

NEW YORK (AP-Only) minutesTaFter -!looked like a derelict. They knocked on the shaft Perfumed hair oil 29.31. Imagine I i: I Grant Center.Co., Gainesville Shopping a =
Sherry
said she door. Finally the elevator start- V i E: S ii E OnlyDEADLINES
Selma Simpson saw .Mrs. Simpson entered 7. Indian 32. Crate WANTED white housekeeper to live

heitTTmsband precede her: into the apartment building a ed down, paused at the second millet 33.Dbeaseof C A 11 s : T cI IL.I dren.In. Widower Phone FR with 2-2141 3 school after 5:00.chil I I

toe ...apartment. _building, the few minutes after her husband floor and then reached the Ascended rye I & I ::;

self-service returned to and found two men waiting for lobby. 13.Bcvokca 35. Edge L I A R I' L E Mttcl NEED MONEY to bolster the budget
elevator i Frt 5 Day before publicationFor
itvTil ? 4 or 5 hours a day will Tues. thru papers- p.m. IS
the, lobby with his slain body. the elevator. It was stopped at legacy 37.Wand T 0 E I.. U S bring you a good Income. Call ==> ads to go In Sun. paper-12.00 e.m. Sat.
Police said the victim's wallet 14. Lead ore 38. Holland j I. Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. i For ads to go in Mon. p&per-1 p.m. Sat.

As the "elevator doors opened, the fourth floor, where the watch, tieclasp and pen 15. :Billiard commune (Minimum ad 4 tines I

disclosing ,his body, face down, Simpsons' apartment is. stroke 41.Permitted MOTHERS. GRANDMOTHERS, j =:
were found on his body, along SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE TEENAGERS. & SHUT-INS.
Mrs. 16. House Laundered Did I! FAMILY RATES I
screamed and 43.
I Simpson with about $1 in change. The you know that it Is POSSibe: to

said:,-"Oh, my God. Wait a min of bills although "'ing. ",S. Refreshing 2. Spoken 1. River own and operate your own Prestige 1 Insertion ............................................... S4c line _
Added Fees Can wallet was empty 11. WW II air 3. Factory barrier Cosmetic Business? From = 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c I line S
ute. It looks like' my husband. Simpson's younger son, area 46. Befitted your very own home. A small 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line S
The victim of the macabre 4. Per G'nt's 8. \fr. wild Investment required. If Interested E 12 -.sertlons .....? ....... ..... ......................... 14c line ei
call 374-1480
told his father 19. Douse Strained or write to Vlviane ;
Victor, 23, police 47. mother sheep Woodard i Total charge computed by multtpfylng total lines x rate earned -
murder 'Wednesday night was Build A Jail usually carried about $50. 20. Active 48. Sovergn- 5. Refute 9. Dweller St.. Gainesville.Cosmetics Huge 626 Territory N. Main x number of Insertions. J.

Leonard Simpson, 63, a lawyer. clement t1 10. Inhale -Open to You. E -

Police said he had been stabbed LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) 22. Subside DOWN 6. Growing 11. Rice paste COCKTAIL Waitress. Over 25 years
24. Forest 1. out old. Apply In person to Thirsty I S Five letter words per line I
OK's tree BclI-hop
once near,the heart with a weapon Law violators may wind up pay- Kynes 18. Canadian Gator 633 N.W. 13th St.

similar to an ice pick. ing for a new county jail at I J r r r .... T- rr 10"- province abbr. : RECEPTIONIST doctor's office. H Same as 2 lines
General office work with 8 Pt.
1Z typing ordinary type s
Louisville. I
doors InvestigationsTALLAHASSEE ___ I 20.Kavalz 1 ic Perma
Just before the elevator - ;.rtld ntI'wrrt
Il- Box 441-A as 3 lines 1-
] 1 12 Pt.Same
opened,*Mrs. Simpson and two Beginning today, a $2 fee will 21. Swami coo Gainesville Sun. Giving age type
APCoun marital status and
( -'- experience.
-
I men who also were waiting for be tacked on fines meted in any If. IS cypress 4 lines
ties can provide the money to : : 7} 23. Curved letter WANTED lady experienced as dry 1 18 Pt.ordinary type l
Jefferson
it .noticed, a tall, gaunt Negro court iri Louisville and cleaning checker. No phone calls.

with a mustache, who came County for criminal and traffic hire investigators to check into ;r r l ir = 2RdaUvez 441 See Mr.SE 2nd Welch. Stocks' Cleaners Ij
St. I II
voting irreg u 1 a r i tie i s, even -
down the stairs, waved to them violations, other than for park- f"l.1.: : :/.1.": 20 21 .I.: n 25.llonor WAITRESS. experienced hours 5 24 Pt Same IS 5 |in**

In a friendly way and left the ing. though the expense was not V/r'h_ 26. Dlctlonar: to 12 P.M. Apply In person to ordinary type I
Humpty Dumpty Restaurant. 310
building, located on 90th Street budgeted, Atty. Gen. James 11 as- z.'i'.I.: if 2' = 28. Favorite N. W. 13th St.WANTED.
County Atty. E. P. Sawyer held. ?'h 30. Stray 02The
near Broadway. Kynes - Ladiesreadytowear Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more thaI one
said the revenue would deter- ff 3 D V 31 34. FuncVh incorrect insertion. nor will It be liat:* (or any error In advertisement I

Police put out an alarm for will issue $4 He told Marion County Circuit 36. BroocbetJ2 Department to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -
mine if the county -
by the Item hi the advertisement. No S
adjustment will
JJ'q. t// 'l38.. Old hat
said he /
him. Other tenants million in bonds to finance a Court Clerk J. F. Nicholson that //.1 '/ 'l"Vh house Manager. be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of g
s the advertisement.H .
new jail. The fees would be usedto the county could provide the Vh J' Jl ; 35 39 4D 39. Solid.Vh Excellent i=!
.
!! = .
p41W pay off the bonds. funds by budget: amendment under : ?'h '.2: horned un-
re. each 41 42 ; 4' 44 salary I benefits The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or is- s
countyto ,
law allowing
AINESVILLExoyt. a gulate g lecting any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to I
Plant Industry. State for vote 40.Yarta and working = chance the classification of any advertisement from that a
"The Division of to $5,000 - con- or-
DRY1.IN THIAT1It :Department of Agriculture. Room SOl spend up 45 = 46 41. l'ortios' | dered tft conform to the policy of the paper. 02
i Seagle Building. Gainesville. Florida. fraud investigations.NOTICE dition. Must be
RJ ,f 21 Ft JOfl 42. Golf
I will receive sealed bids for 10,000 lb!. n L ,., a
TO REGISTER 41 14a __ ??. -.-.______ _
120 per cent Diuron granular weed killer. OP INTENTION mound experienced. Apply WfllltlflltlWIJI..IltUItUIUIllllIUIIttIIIIIIIUIIIIIWIIIIII. ItIUIJIIIIIIIIIIWlllllDumIIIIJumlUlUIIIIIIllllllUllwnlI / /
liAST TIMES! AM. Thursday. July FICTITIOUS NAME
I not later than 11:00 44. Small
2. 1764. Material to be delivered and Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida ..,.Haleo'u' b-I in person to 12 Male Help Wanted I I 12 Male Help Wanted
that the Par time 2-4 min.
Is hereby given
'unloaded at Winter Haven. Statutes notice draught
Big Twin Oscar Show I V. W. VILLENEUVE undersigned. E. A. a. A. W. Reece Personnel Office, .
Accountant doing business under the firm name of CARPENTER wanted to work In -
*Best Actor* I (UU) ':lI, 25 Coffee Break Service Gainesville Alachua J. M. Fields StereoMANAGER High Springs and Alachua area. WANTED

I __.. ..__..__ County Florida. Intends...._to__register Phone 454-1104 after 6:00 P.M. PLUMBING SERVICE MAN
v"" nu" .so
*Best Actress* I !said fictitious name unoer me prsYiswnof ; ; Non-union work.
I The University of Florida will receive Statute. HE MUST:
*Best Supporting Actor* bids for the general class of commodities I Dated the aforesaid at Gainesville Florida. this THEREIS CLASSIFIEDDial for beauty shop. Must have a fol PAINTERS and paper hangers. top Have a City License
bid Call Commerlcal
as indicated below. Interested of May A.D.. ISM. lowing. Requirements: neat and rates Painting Stay sober
27th
day
: obtain forms. specificationsand Inc. FR 6-2758.
7:00 Show 7:45 ders may
Open E. A. ReeceA. good personality. Pay based on Be reliableBe
other Information by contacting the W. Reece Write Box 440 CO Gaines.Ville BELL BOY over 21, hours 4:00 willing to work all hours
ability.
Set 2 Late As 9:30 10t,
Room Tigert
Purchasing Division.
(3370) 5:28. 6:4. 11. 11LEGAL P.M. to 9:00 P.M. FR 2-1463 Live In city
I Hall University of Florida, Gainesville, Sun. Tom Sawyer Motor Inn. Have a phone
'SIDNEY POITIER I NOTICE Give referencesHE
:1.orat and Staples bids open every of Florida will receive ROUTE service man to work
University
10:00 The 12 Male Help Wanted Palatka, age 25 to 35, high
Tuesday commodities
of
Lillet of the Field bids for the general class CAN EXPECT:
school education Guar
preferred.
64Hospital Supplies bids open every Indicated below. Interested bid- Good paySteady
as antee & commission. Apply In
3.00 work
PAUL: NEWMAN I 64-P-52 Monday The University Record 10:30 ders other may Information obtain forms by contacting specificationsand the NEED Immediately mechanics (2), person, 528 N. Main St. Gainesville Paid vacation

June 25. 196-4 Purchasing Division Room 1M Tigert 376-4672 experienced. plenty of work good Fla. Time & half over 40 hours
'HLJDTROY 64-85 Uniforms 10:30 June 30. 196-4 Hall. University of Florida Gainesville, salary group Insurance. paid va
64-86 Staples' YC 10:30 July 2, 196-4 Florida. cation. Phone Mr. Elrod, Service Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING INC.
64-87 Frozen Foods YC 11:00 July 2, 1944 M-Meat and Staples bids open every Manager. FR 843X. $400COMMISSION 372-0405.
DONAHUE I 64-88 Meats YC 2:00 July 2. 1964 Announcements
.. Tuesday 10:00 PARTS MAN. Permanent employ. WANTED an experienced mechanic -
I 64-90 Mobile Prefab Aluminum office and (4-Hospital Supplies bids open every In SALESMEN In
ment. Reply own handwitlnggiving also a lubrication man. Apply
PARRISHSTARTS classroom building 11:00 June 25 1964T. Monday 3:00 WORTHWHILE age experience & refer any area or local area. to sell Mellon Motors. 703 N. Main St.
I N. Wells M.91 Printing Supplies 10:30 July 7. 194 3 LOST & FOUND ences. P. O. Box 503 Gainesville.Dry finished block homes on owners
Director of Purchasing 4-92 Table Service 11:00 July 7. 19446472A lot. Straight 20 year payout. If PART TIME |lob for man avail
I (3414) 6:11. 18NOTICE Milk Cartons YC (Rebid) Wall men. Hangers and fin- experienced see Mr. McMurtry. able to work In afternoons after
FRIDAY- I OF SHERIFF'S SALE 2:30 July 2, 1964 alligator ishers. Experienced only. Phone Tampa Builders Monday June 22, 5 o'clock and all day some
LOST Accutron watch
I 64-93 Metal Office Furniture : FR 60107.SERVICE A.M. to f P.M. at Holiday Inn. Saturdays and Sundays. Apply
virtue of Execution Issued out
By an
HEY THERE bond. Call FR 2- Clarke's Shell Tire Service S.
Route Ocala.
:of the Court of Record of Alachua 3:00 July 2. 1964 Station dealer wantedby 301.
Main lit Ave
64-95 Laboratory Equipment 4465. malor oil company. Must be 4th
County Florida In the case of Sears.
IT'S YOGI BEARSUBURBIA Roebuck & Company versus Richard 11:30 July 2, 1764 LOST Red striped torn cat. willing to invest small amountof
: I E. Tillman & Hazel Tillman dated T. N. Wells shy. Vicinity of J. M. Fields cash. Call J. C. Lawton 13-Help Male or Female
., February 26. 1964. I have levied upon Director of Purchasing parking lot. Probably heading Palatka.' 325-2064. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
the following property. to wit: (Un) 6:18. 23NOTICE South. Please call FR 20594. Job Openings forTRAINEES PLACEMENT SERVICE
I 1955 Ford tudor ID No. USAT 142502. TO DEFEND REWARDI_ OHicf. Professional
Title no. 3985875 THE STATE OF FLORIDA to ROBERT Will party who picked up package In For top quality workmanship Technical
I 1960 Valiant, ID No. 1120163635 Title MCKNIGHT containing 2 pairs Penney's Machining Brazing, Assembly. call College GraduatesFor
DRIVE IN THEATRE No. 596162 I You will take notice that ISABELL Slacks at Wise's Drug Store 372-6142 appt. call 372-4377
I And that I as Sheriff of Alachua I MCKNIGHT has filed a complaint against please return to Penney's or Electronic Testing Switch & 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M.
amain County. Florida will on Thursday the you seeking a divorce. child custodyand READINGIN Wise's No questions asked. Circuit Wiring. GAINESVILLE Monday through Friday
I 9th day of July 1964 between the support. In the Circuit Court. UPHOLSTERY PERSONNEL CENTER
FIRST TIME TONIGHT hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. In Eighth Judicial Circuit for Alachua S1.25 per hr. starting rate. 150S N.W. 13th St. _102 NW 2nd Avenue
7:30 I front of the North door of the Courthouse County Florida. 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Contact Florida Employment Free Estimates-Pick up and SHORT Order Cook. Apply In person .
at Gainesville. Alachua County. You are required to file your answer Service or Mr. McCloud at delivery. to Humpty Dumoty Restaurant -
0 TROM HERE ToETERNITY" I Florida offer for sale said property or other pleading with the Clerkof LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at. ATKINS TECHNICAL INC. 310 N.W. 13th St._
and sell the same to the highest bidder the above named court at Gainesville tentlon to nervous or elderly. 3606 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville
WAS for cash to satisfy and pay said execution Florida on or before the 20th day of Easy Way Driving School. FR BOOKKEEPER for home construe..
I fees and costs. The property July. 1964 and at the same time servea _7-700, Lie by State of Fla. tion office. Must be experienced.Call
C JAMES JONES'GREATEST. having been levied upon by me and will copy thereof upon Plaintiffs attorney BOYS wanted for afternoon paper FREE ESTIMATES on FR 2-4125._
be sold as the property of the defendant Malcolm R. Williams of the firm of 6 SPECIAL NOTICESI routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or FURNACES and Quality DRIVERS for Ice cream novelty
.. J. M. Crevasse. Jr., Sheriff SCRUGGS & CARMICHAEL, 3 S.E. call Mr. Young afternoons. 372- |leep. Must be careful driver.
I Alachua County FloridaBy First Avenue P. O. Box 197. Gainesville have new 1'64 model automatic 8441 ext. 19. Gainesville Sun Central AirConditioners Phone 37&-6051.
Circulation Dept.
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Novalene M. Hoon D.S. Florida.It Zig Zag sewing machines. No
UNTIL (3419) 6:11. IS, 25; 7:2 is Ordered that this Notice to attachments needed to do the SALESMAN. experienced advertis- 14-Sales Help Wanted
Defend be published once each week ing specialist Florida Jobber can
following decorative stitches
: ............. for four consecutive weeks in the Gaines- buttonholes appliques/ mono- give you personal quick service.All HAVE openinq in this area for e
1. THIS S. I ville Daily Sun a newspaper of general THE grams blind hems. Etc. $5.75 Jobber lines. Full or part salesman with some route sales
ace C.l.. "b' circulation published In Gainesville. per mo. 54.50 total price. 81] time. Write and tell me your by T!!'! experience preferred. Must be
, & Alachua County. Florida. W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075._ story. P. O. Box 96 Orange City. bondable and In good health.
ONE! ; Cj.tn WITNESS my hand and official seal Fla. $75 minimum weekly guarantee
i enEkq on this Uth day of June. 1964.J. SAXAPHONE LESSONS given In Best in equipment using Internally fringe benefits. Write
B. Carmichael my home. Beginning & Immediate. IMMEDIATE opening for retail insulated ducts. designed plus many
.. Phone 372-3305. route salesman. Experience not and Installed giving full Information to Box
.. Clerk. Circuit Court for engineered
pol"
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,, .. .erI.,. necessary. We train you. Ambition 442A c-o Gainesville Sun._
I .. .. Alachua County. FloridaBy NOTICE OF SALE willingness to work anda byALL
J .. : Cherrie Hales NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant good knowledge of simple AMERICAN HEATING GOOD OPENING
-2 13tV"FR Deputy Clerk SUN to a Final Decree of Foreclosure arithmetic are required. 5 day & AIR CONDITIONING CO. Realsilt looking for high tyrl
.. 214 NW 6-6472 (Court Seal) entered In Case No. work week. Paid vacation retire- person to handle customers In
AIM In Ocala _(3433)_ 6:18. 25; 7:2. f 11855-C. In the Circuit Court of ment plan group hospitalization PH. 376-8258 Gainesville area. Excellent start.
Alachua County. Florida. on June and life insurance are provided. 1930 NE 23rd Blvd. Ing income. Send resume to
I ____ I IREGARDLESS 16. 1964 I will sell the property Apply In person to Borden's 24 Hour Service Dennis demons P. O. Box 3217.
OF 5IZE. SHAPE, AGE, EDUCA- situated In Alachua County Florida Dory 2420 N.E. 19th Dr. Tampa 1. Florida.

TION, LOOKS OR SEX YOU'RE described as:

J GOING TO LOVE THIS ONE Lot Five (5), of Block "F", of
WANT CAROL ESTATES a Subdivision,
1 as per Plat recorded In Plat SERVICESHome
Book "E". Page 13 of the

meet two junior-size '- County Public, Florida.at Records of Alachua

..CL_.... THEI
misses and public sale to the highestand
one best bidders for cash, at
aRm! the door of the office of the And Business
nut! ADS Clerk of the Circuit Court at
king-size the Alachua County Court HouseIn .
Gainesville Florida, on Friday
EI June 26. 194, at 11:00 PlumbingSEWER
L: A.M. Bulldozing
DATED this Uth day of June.
A.D., 1964. INSTALLEDNEW
J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerkof SMAU- bulldozer loader dump & used fixtures complete
| DUUEA< S2oWARDEN:: the Circuit Court trucks fill dirt, lime rock. TopsoiL plumbing service "BIG" JIM
You By Cherrie Hales Phone 372-7846. HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb-
I l&WI Deputy Clerk Ing, FR MM,
2nd HIT (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe
JOE C. JENKINS JR. wheel tractors. motor
"ACKIE STEVE UpholsteryUPHOLSTER
Attorney for Plaintiff grader. Free estimates. W. G.
GlEASONMcQUEEN Am COMPNYpJ sen.ERS 224 Southwest 2nd Avenue IBuek Johnson, FR t-tllt your furniture at
Gainesville. Florida reasonable prices. Call Sally.
Landscaping Experienced. FRmj.. 4241N
PaulA P2eN1TSSgA INSBWY 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car W 13th Ter.Remodeing.

LANDSCAPE SERVICE :
Can EXPERIENCED elementary school Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock
THe WORLD teacher to care for children. 3 of all kinds.CREVASSE'S DO YOU NEED Florida room ex.
NURSERY
acre play area. Planned program. tra room more room, roof work,
":'pwYISIt Landscape Co. or maybe a complete new home?
FR 6-7514 for free estimate.
I HENBY ORIENT 3727150.TINY
For a free estimate & oua"noteed
CGLORbyDELOXE ___________ -PLUS-- TOT work. phone Carl C.
1 Waters 312,1049.CARPENTER .
1:00-3:00-5:05-7:10-9:15 ROAD RUNNER PLAY SCHOOLVisit Repair &
Appliance desires work. a us and see for yourself. tlons & repairing. Phone FR
I OUT AT 11:15 P.M. I CARTOON I 24 SE Sth St. FR -78O8.. Air Conditioning ADVERTISE IN THE 2-4102.

I KIDDIE KORT Sewing Mochine Repolt
Buy Child Care Center 372-6647 A-I HANDYMAN SHOP
First In air conditioning and Appliance SERVICE DIRECTORY CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER
:. iiiiii g WHITE baby-sitting in private repairs. We sell guaranteed VICE CO. IIS w. universityAve.
I home. $2 per day. Phone 3727395. washers", refrigerators etc. 374-1075. We repair ell
EXCELLENT child care In my FR 40267.Appraisal. Mikes! Work fully P'j.rgfrt *4.
Three Human Lives I home. References available. Phone -
FR 6-8941. Senric : TELEVJSIONPICTURE

I WonderfullyBewitched \. / Hire! 9 PLACES TO GO AND Mortgage Broker TUBE Repair SpecIaL 11

\ THINGS TO DO MORTGAGE MONEY per Inch plus $10 to Install most
By \ FRED B. ARNOLD SVt per cent Interest. Term to tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special
FUN FOR EVERYONE. Farm experiences. REALTOR 25 years. Reconditioned TV's from t* f S.
Enchanted Cat! cook-outs, family camp- REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BUY BUILD REFINANCECall THE VARIETY STORE
l' an outs birthday parties hiking. SERVICE 7 S.E. 1st Ave.

-' horse end pony riding. Reason 121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3S22 Dan Byrd 4 Technician's with 14 years experience .
_
t able. Information and rates. call 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 on all makes._
371-3785. Write TJA.W. Rt. 41 Box
Watt 350 Gainesville. Fla.Employment1. FHA and conventional at lowest
I DlsIleJ"'i" Auto Equipment current rates. Terms to 25 Tires Alignment

-___ II.I Sell obligation.years. Will Call gladly tomorrow.J. discuss. at no Brake Service
'
1ioniasna i HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt It W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor
-. : exchanged Repair kits for 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 VACATION SPECIALON
,, Walker Jacks. Factory authorized famous nationally known Mohawk
-w. Walker Hydraulic Jack FRED B. ARNOLD tire . Save up to
: :: WRIOt McGOOHAN SUSAN HAMPSHIRE I 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND REALTOR CONVENTIONALLOANS 50% on new tires. See our new
.. SUPPLY 1314 S. wrap around retread that gives
CWBER SERVICE
MATTHEW -
...-...MR N DOTRXX Main Fit 1-1497 more mileage & traction. Leftnw -
..EISPETH MARCH.*-.<- 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3521 Tire Co 4111 NII"< <',
--4- DEMONSTRATORSEarn
i\ BEAUTY
........,,_WSWW led...__-wa
t Glass GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA
; hour demonstrating Auto
F- ____ _.....CIIOIJt'I up to S5 per -
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& ; famous Studio Girl and conventional loan Low Tree Servk*
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Cosmetic Full or Part Tbn.. rates. Terms to 23 years. 1223
8a i Tlx-lmirolor- or Phone 374-43M after 4- AUTO CLASS Is our gray twjlness. W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. #0-1 TREE SERVICE
\
Immediate Installation Pruning oemotslng bracing & caMemg -
EXECUTIVE secretary. TyPIng. free pickup & delivery. Add FORDYCE and Associates Inc.. I tree removal. Cavity
shorthand. knowledge of bookkeeping beauty & value to your car. Conventional and F.H.A. leans.Car work & tree feeding. Lawn service -
desired. Ample starting MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. 376-1236. Grace Fordyce. and maintenance. Licensed
: Look to the name WALT DISNEY wage. No age limit. Unlimited 323 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2Si- Realtor. Fordrce Associates.Inc. ft Insured. Free estimate Trey
: for the finest in family entertainment career opportunities for woman .. nt West University Ave- Thames 374-2J4O. Jack Hoover,
with quick mind. Prefer permanent -. 444-34M GaInesvIlle" Fla
resident. Send resume or
TODAY AT Interview request to Box 435,c-e ADVERTISE IN THE PAINTING WINDOW CLEAN I KG
-- 1! 1:21 3:24. 5:27 Rent Gainesville Sun.
Exterior decorating and painting. WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned
7:30 9:33 LORI DAfDM WAITRESS wanted for Howard SERVICE DIRZCTOYa Free estimates. Phone 372-5814. and waxed houses washed II
Johnson's Restaurant. Apply 9 to Exterior decorating and painting. yn. experience. Free estlmat,..
.e =--- 11 A.M. or 2 to 4 PJM. in person Phone FR 2-5I5S.
==-- Free estwietes. Phone 372-514.
only. 2130 N.W. 13th St.
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WAITRESS with grin experience r" r
iEI full time morning or afternoon. WANT-AD RATESPH.

Elevator Carries Horror LEJXAMI !I Rill Inn.FR 2-1463. Tom Sawyer Motor


; I ijJ LADY to work In office. part 372-8441 I
.. ACROSS 27. Candles time must be able to type and
tNT i I M A N P R A good with figures. Apply W. T. I

NEW YORK (AP-Only) minutes -:[looked like a derelict. They knocked on the shaft Perfumed hair oil 29. Imagine I Center.Grant Co., Gainesville Shopping EJ for fl 'j
31.
"Sfter" Selma Simpson saw, .Mrs. Simpson said she entered door. Finally the elevator started 7. Indian 32. Crate Sherry '? I l1 E: W WANTED white housekeeper to live : Classified OnlyDEADLINES

ha-Tmsband precede her: into the .apartment building a down, paused at the second millet 33.DIcascof In. Widower with 3 school chil

toeirapartinent_ building, the few minutes after her husband floor and then reached the 12. Ascended rye dren. Phone FR 2-2161 after 500. I I

self-service elevator returned to and found two men waiting for lobby. 13.Bcvokea 35. Edge L I A R P 0 L E i id NEED MONEY to bolster the budget I

the. legacy 37.Wand L E T E i 3 I Q11 ? 4 or 5 hours a day will Tues. tttrv Frt pape.p.m.. Day before publication I
lobby with his slain the elevator. It at
body. was stopped
Police said the victim's wal-- 14. Lead bring you a good Income. Call == For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat.
openedldisclosing.his ore 38. Holland c E 1 Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. For ads to In 1 Sat.
As.the elevator doors the fourth floor, where the and 15. Billiard ti I i go Moru paper- P-m.
let watch, tieclasp pen commune : g
,
face down Simpsons' is. i (Minimum ad 4 lines) H
body, apartment stroke Permitted MOTHERS,
I 41. GRANDMOTHERS
were found on his body, along SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE asS
"!rs. Simpson screamed andSaid"Oh 16. House 43. Laundered TEENAGERS. & SHUT-INS. Did I
with about $1 in change. The you know that it Is possible! to I FAMILY RATES
my God. Wait a min : wing" 45. Refreshing 2. Spoken own and operate
Added Fees Can wallet was empty of bills, although 1',. WWII 3. 7. River Cosmetic Business your own? Prestige Insertion ............................................... S4cllrw323lnsertions
ute. It looks like'my husband. Simpson's son air Factory barrier your very own home. A From = .............................................. 22c line g :
The victim of the macabre younger area 46. Befitted 4. Peer S.Afr.wild Investment required. If small n Insertions .............. 17c line
Victor, 23, told police his father 19. Douse 47. Strained Gynt'smother call 376-1480 or write to Interested Vlviane 12 insertion ....... ....... ............................... 14c line 5
murder Wednesday night was Build A Jail 20. Active sheep Woodard Cosmetics. 626 N. Main Total charge computed by multtpfylng total lines x rate earned fl 7
Leonard usually carried about $50. 48. Soverdgn- 5. Refute 9. Dweller St.. Gainesville. Huge Territory x number of Insertion*.
Simpson, 63, a lawyer. element ty 10. Inhale Open to You. I

Police said he had been stabbed LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) 22. Subside DOWN 6. Crowing 11. Rice paste COCKTAIL Waitress. Over 25 year asS ,

once near.the heart with a weapon Law violators may wind up pay Kynes OK's 24. Forest tree 1. Bell-hop out 18. Canadian old.Gator Apply 633 In N.W.person 13th to St.Thirsty I Five letter words per line I \

similar to ice pick. for at U I
an ing a new county jail RECEPTIONIST I
; doctor's
rrr-rrr-m-w- office Same as 2 lines

Just before the elevator doors Louisville. InvestigationsTALLAHASSEE -Jz - :/) 20. Kava. General essential.office 1 gTr work office.with Perma typing 3 8 Pt. ordinary type ,_ I;

opened 'Mrs. and two, will ;z- 0 iT' 21. pent resident Write ,Box 441-A as Same as :3 lines .
Simpson Beginning today, a $2 fee APCoun // Swamp c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age S I 12 Pt. ordinary typoSame I
( -
men who also were waiting for be tacked on fines meted in any If -0 IS - cypress marital status and experience! g ;

it noticed a tall, gaunt Negro' court in Louisville and Jefferson ties can provide the money to = = 23. Curved let WANTED lady experienced as dry 1 8 rt.ordinarytype' as 4 lines
to check into ;r- = ter cleaning checker. No phone calls. i
with a mustache, who came County for criminal and traffic hire[ investigators n = l 19 24. Relative See Mr. Welch, Stocks' Cleaners. m'I I

down themIn voting irreg u 1 a r i tie s, even 441 SE 2nd St.
the stairs, waved to violations other than for park I
25. Honor
,a friendly way and left the ing. though the expense was not :-'l/hl//: //1//// 20 ZIrh_ 21: :: 26. Dictionar' WAITRESS.to 12 P.M.experienced Apply in person hours to 5 II 24 Pt. ordinary Same as typo S line* 1.1

building, located on 90th Street budgeted, Atty. Gen. James If If 2* 'l"/: 27 28 28. Favorite Humpty N. W. 13th Dumpty St.WANTED. Restaurant 310 B

near Broadway. County Atty. E. P. Sawyer Kynes held. - 30. Stray
29 34. Furze The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for than -
said the revenue would determine 30 0 3' Ladiesreadytawear more on*
Police put out an alarm for Circuit ::::: Incorrect Insertion. nor will It be Hat;* for any error In advertisement -
He told Marion County j. 36. Brooch
if the county will issue $4 Department is to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu- _
him. Other tenants said heliAST million in bonds to finance anew Court Clerk J. F. Nicholson that 32 ;n,4o z'l 38. Old Ita!. pled by the l em In the advertisement. No adlustment will
Vh // 1/ // house Manage be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
jail. The fees would be used the county could provide the Vh 35 J. h 37 :; 34 39 40 39. Solid- : the advertisement.g .
I :
iw I to pay off the bonds. funds by budget amendment under :/"h V 2 horned ungulate r. Excellent

I a law allowing each countyto 41 42 7 43 44 salary I benefits, Gainesville Sun reseves the privilege of revising or itlecting -

II The Division of Plant Industry. State to $5,000 for vote :. 40. Vortex and | chance any the classification advertisement which It deems oblectional and to
OlIVE-IN THIATRI Department of Agriculture. Room SOS spend up 45 4. working con- as i I dered tIt conform to the policy of any of advertisement The from that or- I
41. l'ortiomound
I Gainesville. Florida. investigations.NOTICE paper. = S
Building
it.2* Fl .JQH : Seagle fraud dition. Must be
,will receive sealed bids for 10,000 Ibs. 42. Golf
I!2O per cent Diuron granular weed killer OP INTENTION TO REGISTER 47 ..4
I experienced.
TIMES! i not later than 11:00 AM. Thursday. July FICTITIOUS NAME Apply WJullWllwnllll'S: S
.2. 1964. Material to be delivered and Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida 44. Small
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to
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Big Twin Oscar Show I unloaded at Winter Haven. Statutes notice Is hereby given that the For lime 24 min.A' draught person 12 Male Help Wanted 12 Male Help Wanted
V. W. VILLENEUVE undersigned. E. A. & A. W. Reece Personnel Office '
Accountant doing business under the firm name of .
*Best Actor* (3434) 6:18 25 Coffee Break Service. Gainesville. Alachua J. M. Fields StereoMANAGER CARPENTER wanted to work In
Florida Intends to register High Springs and Alachua area. WANTED
County
*Best Actress* LEGAL NOTICE under the provisionsof Phone 454-1104 after 6:00 P.M. PLUMBING SERVICE MAN
I The University of Florida will receive said fictitious name Non-union work.
bids for the general class of commodities the aforesaid Statute. HE MUST: i
*Best Supporting Actor
: as Indicated below. Interested bid Dated at Gainesville Florida this THEREIS CLASSIFIEDDial for beauty shop. Must have a fol PAINTERS and paper hangers top Have a City License
27th day of May A.D., 1964. lowing. Requirements: neat and rates. Call Commerlcal Painting.Inc. .
Open 7:00 Show 7:45 ders may obtain forms. specificationsand A. ReeceA. FR 6-2758. Stay soberBe ,
other Information by contacting the E. good personality. Pay based on reliable
See 2 Late As 9:30 !I Purchasing Division, Room 106, TigerS W. Reece ability. Write Box 440 C-O Gainesville BELL BOY over 21, hours 4:00 Be willing to work all hours I
Hall University of Florida. Gainesville. (3370) S:28 6:4,11,18LEGAL Sun. P.M. to 9:00 P.M. FR 2-1463. Live In city
"SIDNEY POITIER I Florida. NOTICE Tom Sawyer Motor Inn. Have a phone
64Meat and Staples bids open every Florida will receive Give references ,
.LUiek The University of ROUTE service man to work 1
of.the Field I Tuesday 10:00 bids for the general class of commodities 12 Mile Help Wonted Palatka age 25 to 35. high S
HE
64Hospital Supplies bids open every as Indicated below. Interested bidders school education preferred. Guar CAN EXPECT:
I 'J.aYT 3:00 may obtain forms specificationsand antee & commission. Apply In Good paySteady
-PAUL'NEWMAN: University Record 10:30 other Information by contacting the NEED Immediately mechanics (2). person 528 N. Main St. Gainesville work
June 25, 1964 Paid vacation
Division Room 106 Tigert 376-4672 Fla.
: Purchasing experienced. plenty of work good Time & half 40 hours
HUD 64-85 Uniforms 10:30 June 30 1964 over
f of Florida. Gainesville
I Hall University salary, group Insurance paid va
64-86 Staples YC 10:30 July 2, 1964
Florida. cation. Phone Mr. Elrod Service
64-87 Frozen 2, 1964 Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC.
Foods YC 11:00 July 64-Meat and Staples bids open every Manager. FR 2-8433. $400COMMISSION
TROY'DONAHUE 64-88 Meats YC 2:00 July 2. 1964 Tuesday 10:00 Announcements 372-0405.
64-90 Mobile Prefab Aluminum office and 64-Hospital Supplies bids open every PARTS MAN. Permanent employ WANTED an experienced mechanic
--P R'RISHSTARTS classroom building 11:00 June 25, 1964 Monday 3:00 WORTHWHILE ment. Reply In own handwriting SALESMEN In also a lubrication man. Apply
I T. N. Wells giving age experience & refer. any area or local area to sell
Supplies 10:30 July 7. 1964 Melton Motors. 703 N. Main St.
64-91 Printing
Director of Purchasing 3 LOST & FOUND ences. P. O. Box 503. Gainesville.Dry finished block homes on owners
11:00 7. 1964
64-92 Table Service July tot. Straight 20 year nayout. If PART TIME lob for man available -
(3414) 6:11. 18NOTICE
FRIDAY- I 64-72A Milk Cartons YC (Rebid) Wall men. Hangers. and fin- experienced see Mr. McMurtry. to work In afternoons after
OF SHERIFF'S SALE 2:30 July 2. 1964U93 ishers. Experienced only. Phone S o'clock and all
I LOST: Accutron watch. alligator Tampa Builders Monday. June 22, day some
By' virtue of an Execution issued out Metal Office Furniture FR 60107.SERVICE and
Saturdays
HEY THERE A.M. to f P.M. at Holiday Inn Sundays. ApplyClarke's
of the Court of Record of Alachua 3:00 July 2, 1964 band. Call FR 2- Station dealer wantedby Route 301, Ocala. Shell Tire Service. S.
County Florida In the case of Sears 64-95 Laboratory Equipment 4465. malor oil company. Must be Main jilt 4th Ave
lT'S"YOGI
BEARSUBURBIA Roebuck & Company versus RichardE. 11:30 July 2. 1964 LOST Red striped torn cat. willing to invest small amountof
Tillman & Hazel Tillman dated T. N. Wells shy. Vicinity of J. M. Fields cash. Call J. C. Lawton 13-Help Male or Female
February 26, 1964. I have levied upon Director of Purchasing parking lot. Probably heading Palatka. 325-2064. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
the following property to wit: (3432) 6:18 25NOTICE South. Please call FR 20594. S.-
1955 Ford tudor ID No. USAT 142502 TO DEFEND REWARD! Job Openings forTRAINEES PLACEMENT SERVICE

Title no. 3985875 THE STATE OF FLORIDA to ROBERT Office. Professional
1960 Valiant. ID No. 1120163635. Title MCKNIGHT Will party who picked up package In For top quality workmanshipcall Technical
containing 2 pairs Penney's MachinIng. Brazing Assembly. College GraduatesFor
I
No. 596162
You will take notice that ISABEL.LMcKNIGHT
DRIVE IN THEATRE
Slacks at Wise's
Drug Store
And that I as Sheriff of Alachua 372-6142 appt. call 372-4377
has filed complaint
a againstyou
!County, Florida will on Thursday the please return to Penney's or Electronic Testing Switch & 10-12:00: A.M. 2-4:00 P.M.
seeking a divorce child custody READINGIN GAINESVILLE
Wise's No
questions asked. Circuit Wiring. Monday through Friday
:9th day of July. 1964. between the and support. In the Circuit Court
FIRST TIME TONIGHT hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. In Eighth Judicial Circuit for Alachua UPHOLSTERY PERSONNEL CENTER
7:30 I front of the North door of the Court County Florida. 4 PERSONALIZED S1.25 per nr. starting rate. 1508 N.W. 13th St. 102 NW 2nd Avenue
house at Gainesville Alachua SERVICE Contact Florida Employment Free Estimates-pick up and
County. You are required to file your an- SHORT Order Cook. Apply In per.
TROWHERETO ::1 Florida offer for sale said property swer or other pleading with the Clerkof Service or Mr. McCloud at delivery. son to Humpty Dumoty Restau-
t and sell the same to the highest bidder the above named court at Gainesville. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at. ATKINS TECHNICAL. INC. rant. 310 N.W. 13th St.

': ETERNITY"WAS for cash to satisfy and pay said execution Florida. on or before the 20th day of tentlon Easy Way to nervous Driving School.or elderly.FR 3606 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville BOOKKEEPER for home construe.
,
JAMES JONES' having been fees levied and costs. The property July. 1964 and at the same time servea _9-7002. Lie by State of Fla. tion office. Must be experienced.Call .
upon by me and will copy thereof upon Plaintiffs attorney BOYS wanted for afternoon paper FREE ESTIMATES FR 2-4125.
I be sold as the property of the defendant. Malcolm R. Williams of the firm of routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or on I IJeep.
GREATEST... I J. M. Crevasse Jr., Sheriff SCRUGGS & CARMICHAEL. 3 S.E. E SPECIAL NOTICESI call Mr. Young afternoons. 3728441 FURNACES and Quality DRIVERS for ice cream novelty
Alachua County Florida First Avenue P. O. Box 197 Gainesville ext. 19. Gainesville Sun Must be careful driver.
\ UNTIL' I By Novalene M. Hoon D.S. Florida.It have new 1964 model automatic Circulation Dept. Central AirConditioners Phon m- BS1H .
I (3419) 6:11. 18. 25; 7:2 Is Ordered that this Notice to Zig Zag sewing mechines. No
attachments needed to do the SALESMAN. experienced advertising
Wanted
Defend Sales
be published once each week Help
: .SS SC.SIS .... for four consecutive weeks in the Gainesville following decorative stitches specialist Florida lobber can
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I buttonholes give personal quick service.All .
THIs appliques you
monograms
Daily Sun a newspaper of general HAVE opening in this area for a
THE blind hems. Etc. Jobber lines. Full
$5.75 or part
$. circulation published In Gainesville salesman with some route sales
CS : per mo. $54.50 total prict. 11} time. Write and tell me your
Alachua County Florida. by experience preferred. Must be
W. Univ.! Ave. P. O. Box 96 7J.n.!
story.
374-1071. Orange
; __ City
ONE!, i tnkq WITNESS my hand and official seal Fla. bondable and In good health.
on this 16th day of June 1964.J. SAXAPHONE LESSONS given in Best In equipment using Internally S75 minimum weekly guaranteeplus
B. Carmichael my home. Beginning & Immediate. IMMEDIATE opening for retail Insulated ducts designed : rlf benefits. Write f
.. ...,.......,.1" Clerk. Circuit Court for Phone 372-3305. route salesman. Experience not engineered and Installed giving Information to Box
: .. .. Alachua County. Florida necessary. We train you. Ambition 442A coo Gainesville Sun.
: NOTICE OF SALE
.. Cherrie willingness to work anda
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as Deputy Clerk hereby given that pursuant good knowledge of simple AMERICAN HEATING GOOD OPENING

...:-.:- ... 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 (Court Seal) SUN to, a entered Final Decree In Case of Foreclosure No. arithmetic are required. 5 day & AIR CONDITIONING CO. Realsilt looking for high tyrl
Also In Ocala (JUI) 6:18. 25; 7:2. 11855<. In the Circuit Court of work week. Paid vacation retirement PH. 376-8258 person to handle customers In.
plan. group hospitalizationand Gainesville area. Excellent starting
: Alachua County. Florida. on June life Insurance are provided. ItM NE 23rd Blvd. income. Send resume to
OF SIZE, SHAPE, AGE, EDUCA- situated 16. 1964 In I Alachua will sell the property Apply In person to Borden's 24 Hour Service Dennis demons P. O. Box 3217, I
I REGARDLESS County Florida Dairy 2420 N.E. 19th Dr. '
Tampa 1. Florida.
IJ TION. LOOKS OR SEX YOU'REGOING described as: -

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misses and one public sale to the highestand
best bidders for cash at
the door of the office of the And BusinessPlumbing
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A.M. BulldozingSMALL
DATED this 16th day of June

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J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk
DUEAWAJDE:: :f' of the Circuit Court bulldozer. loader. dump & used fixtures, complete
You By Cherrie Hales trucks fill dirt lima rock. Top plumbing service "BIG" JIM
'l soil. Phone 372-7S46. HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbIng -
Clerk
2nd HIT Deputy PR -1MO..
$ (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe
JACIE EGLEASONWQUEEN JOE C. JENKINS. JR. wheel tractors motor
RW Aim Attorney for Plaintiff grader. Free estimates. W. G. UpholsteryUPHOLSTER
coMpJg 3ER8paIJIApReptT1ss8RH8ELa 224 Southwest 2nd Avenue BuckS Johnson FR 4-471g.
Gainesville Florida your furniture at
reasonable price Call Sally.
1NSBLJ1Y Landscaping Experienced. FR 6-"". 424
1' 8 Baby Sitters Child Car N W. 13th Tar.Remodeling.

LANDSCAPE SERVICE
Can EXPERIENCED elementary school Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock

The WORLD" SEE teacher to care Planned for children. 3 of all kinds.CREVASSE'S DO YOU NEED Florida roomex.tra
acre play area. program NURSERY
n.PWYlSlt room. more room roof work
Landscape Co.
HENRY ORIENT or maybe a complete new home?
3727150.TINY FR 4-2JU for free estimate.
COLORbyDELBXE _ -PLUS---- TOT For a free estimate & guaranteed -
work phone Carl C.
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PLAY SCHOOL Waters. 3128049.CARPENTER .
I ROAD RUNNER
1:00-3:00-5:05-7:10-9:15 I &
I Appliance Repair desires work additions .
Visit us and see for yourself.
OUT AT 11:15 P.M. I CARTOON 24 SE Ith St. FR 4.7800. Air Conditioning ADVERTISE IN THB: J-6102. & repairing. Phone FR

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Buy Care Center 372-4667 A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Sewing Machine Repair*

iim First In air conditioning and Appliance SERVICE DIRECTORY CALL-seWING MACHINE SER.
.. WHITE baby-sitting in private .
Irs. Wi sell .
home. S2 per day. Phone 372735.EXCELLENT rep. guaranteed VICE CO. IIS W. UniversityAve.
washers refrigerators* etc.: 376-1075. We repair all
child care in my FR 50267.Appraisal. Mil""' Work fully oua'lInt x<.
Three Human Lives home. References available. Phone
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WonderfullyBewitched kI 9 PLACES TO GO AND Mortgage Broker
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PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. SI
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FRED B. ARNOLD SVfc per cent Interest. Terms to tubes. I Year Warranty. Special
FUN FOR EVERYONE. Farm experiences REALTOR Reconditioned TVs from 09.s5
I 'v- an Enchanted Cat! cook-outs family camp- REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall THE VARIETY STORE
f outs birthday parties., hiking SERVICE 7 S.E. 1st Ave.
horse and pony riding. Reason- 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Dan Byrd 4 Technician's with 14 years ...
; able. Information and rates, call 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511' penance on all makes.
Walt Disney 376-3785. Write T.M.W.. Rt. 4, lox
e'S 350. Gainesville. Fie.Employment. FHA and conventional at lowest
Auto Equipment current rates. Terms to 25 Tires Alignment

I rnwrii SinaMOt wI Sell! obligation.years. Will Call gladly tomorrow.J. discuss. at no Broke Service

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt I W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor
VACATION SPECIALON
exchanged Repair kits for 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR2-WM
J ll. Walker Jades. Factory author) famous nationally known Mohawk
{ -k--,; McGOOHAN HAMPSHIRE ed: Walker Hydraulic Jack FRED B. ARNOLD tire . Save up to
e.s S $ SUSAH REALTOR
: 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE 50% on new tire See our new
4 Mt ...-.,MR NDOTWC[ MATTHEW CARBEI SERVICE < SUPPLY 1314 S. FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS wrap around retread that give ..
I S : .ELSftTH MARCH...*--- Main FR 2-1497 more mileage .. traction. Lnimr -
PH. 372-3522
I i'\ ..........____...__-CotiII BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS 121f W. UNIV. AVE. Tire Co. 671 N Muln O.
F ___e...amoouTl"'Chnicolot_....- Earn up to IS per hour demonstrating Auto Glass GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
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,, Cosmetics. Full or Part Thre rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221
,i. AL : or Phone 376-1336 after 6. AUTO GLASS te our aMy bus W. Univ. Ave. 212.5391 ..1 TREE SERVICE
ness. Immediate Installation Pruning. demoting bracing & catrfemg >
: EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing. FORDYCE and Associates Inc. removal. Cavl t
free pickup & delivery. Add & tree y
ILti1-Ir-nI-u .____, and F.H.A. lean*.
shorthand knowledge of bookkeeping Conventional
Lawn
p2" beauty & value to your car. work & tree feeding. service -
S : 1a \ WALT DISNEYfor desired. Ample starting MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. Car 376-1234. Grace Foreyce and maintenance Licensed:
Look to the name wage. No age limit. Unlimited Realtor Fordyce & Associates
323 N.W. 4rt1 St. FR 4-255L & Insured. Free estimates. Trey
the finest in family entertainment career opportunities for woman Inc. nt West University AvePAINTING Thames 37..2940. Jack Hoov e r.
with quick mind. Prefer permanent we5. 445-34925 G.w..svlll. Fla.
TODAY AT resident. Send return or
: 1:21.3:24.5:27 RentTHE Interview request to Box 43$ C-o ADVERTISE XM TUB WINDOW CLEAN IHG
Gainesville Sun.
7:30. 9:33 LORIDACOM Exterior decorating and painting. WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned
WAITRESS wanted tor HowerdJohnson's
f SERVICE DIRICTOHT Free estimates. Phone 373-SJ14. and waxed hov.* wasnatf, II
Restaurant. Apply 9 to
_i m' I 11 A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. in person Exterior decorating and painting. yrs. experience. Free estimettt.
Phone FR J-S SS.POLt
Free estimates. Phone 372SilL'lSEE.
; enty. 230 N.W. 13th St.

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30 PETS & SUPPLIES 35 Houses for :SaleSROOM 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for SoleIN 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal*

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FREE Black female kitten & FRAME house screened FOR SALE 3 bedroom 1 bath carport NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BY OWNER roomy 3 BR house. EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST RedfranksRealestate
female Siamese adult cat. Phone porch reduced for quick sale. utility room, comer lot. 1 bath, kitchen living rm.. din- convenient to Littlewood School. -
3721133. 2510 NE 11th St. $2,. 95. Phone Cephts Goodman $300 down take over payments ing rm. Block home with 2 FHA guaranteed balance 12500. '
THE TIME IS NOW 528-4384, Williston. $68.00 mo. Call owner 3760401.DD acres of land within city limits. Equity of $1450 for $450 down and
ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good' Price $14,000. Phone 472-2459. take over contract. Avail. 2 wks. SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet
for watch, stock, and pets. FR IDEAL for coupre or small family. THIS UPit makes a top FR 2-6477. WOODED 93 X 164 Lot
2-0033. Small 3 bedroom CCB II 0 m e. buy 3 BR plus IVi baths. plus WORK SHOP CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3

Small miniature black poodles 2 Extra large closets. Nice sized HW floors plus WW carpets plus CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR VA bath, SALE by Owner. 3 BR 2 bath red Bedrooms. 2 Baths. Paneled Den. RED BRICK SOUTHERN COLONIAL
, females. $30. Purebred, Phone yard. Is vacant now. Has been sep. DR. plus pantry. plus eat- dining rm., Fla. rm., Ig. util. brick home. Low down payment. Living Room Dining Room. Electric on Vi acre of landscape
: Do You Have A Room Apartment FR 68155.HEALTHY lived In only 2Vi years. Small in kitchen. plus draperies plus rm. fenced back yard near Assume FHA mortgage. 2118 N.E. Built In Kitchen. Large grounds. Entrance foyer liv
down payment small payments.To fenced, plus shrubbery plus schools & churches. 372-8776. 15th Terr. FR 6-4060 or 2-1879. Family Room. Hardwood Floors. ing room with fireplace separate
collie cross pups see. phone FR 2-2940 after convenience to elementary high FR 21053. Open House 3-6 P.M
: Or House to Rent? wormed. shots. Reasonable. 116 ":00 PM.CREEKSIDE. schools and shopping. SUBTRACT NORTHEAST BY OWNER 3 BR house on large 191$ N.W. 11th Road kitchen.dining Florida room built-ir)
room.
NW 20th Dr. after 4 P.M. selling and closing fees (its by' tree shaded lot, 1 bath central ,
bedrooms. Cows
SPACIOUS
ACRE
ONE 3
over on Bedroom 2 bath home
owner). 514. per cent. FHA-$97 many heat & air cond.. Fla. rm. Will I
GERMAN Shepherd puppies AKC Hogtown Creek. Small frame built-in features on large lot. SEETHIS try estate like living neal
I : reg. $65 ea. Also Palomino Shet- house, beautiful natural setting. mo. incl. T & I. CARRY your FHA financed-$500 down PlY- sell unfurn. or semi-furn. Phone Country Cub. Asking onli
land pony with bridle $85. Ph. own figures as an offer to 719 ment. 3767290.GLADYS $24.500 and all reasonable offers
: REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS FR 22990. MODERN Cool and Convenient. N.W. mti Lane. Call 3723784. spacious two story 4 bedroom considered prior to July
SMITHFARM
FOR SALE Beagle Puppies purebred Littlewood-Westwood area. Cen- NORTHWESTClose 3 bath home with 2 sleep 1. Call 376-0817
: YOU MORE than the ad that will rent not registered. $15. Rt. 1, tral Heat and Air kitchen. Closed two car NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom
_Box 49, Archer. garage GLADYS SMITH 2 bath home with famIly NE neighborhood. ONLY
3 bedroom 2 bath. frame home on over an acre
room. This Is a nice home $16,000 With $1200 DOWN.
very Picturesque 70 acres stream
of land convenient to Medical
: it 33 LOTS FOR SALE BUSINESS LOCATION Retail business SERENOLA ESTATES for$1,500 the down growing payment.family with only running through property. Per $484 DOWN-3 bedroom Center. Everything likt-
manent Bahia pasture. 360 brand masonry
or Professional Office. new. Total Price. $8.200 with
Lovely residential lots new school home with built In oven and
2YJ acre wooded home sites near House can be converted. Lot 85 opening In September priced from name Pecan tress. pear orchard. terms. MAKE AN OFFER
range 1 old ONLY $75.00
-
year
new Myra-Terwllliger: school By x 150. 509 N. W. 10th Ave. REDUCED $3500. Call 372-5393. DAN BYRD Brick farm home with full farm per month.
: Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU owner. Terms may be arranged. $1000 below FHA Ap equipment. 10 acres in pine. Call LOW DOWN PAYMENT and monthly

Phone :3764343. praisal. Cozy cottage with fire S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra ASSOCIATES. INC. 372-5373. $500.00 DOWN-Large 2 bedroomtwo payments less than rent
place. Low down Can Several available Northweror
SIX lots. payment. nice large home. built-in Jack DeYot Realtor story frame home near Kirby .
EVERY DAY until it is rented : N.E. 18th Terrace AN.E. be rented. ONE ACRE Northeast. Call 376-081)
Smith School.
Associates ONLY
2nd Ave. 300 x 133. CallJ. range and oven. fireplace. New Littlewood $60.00
close to for details.Claude
Wooded lot
R. Crane, 372-3631. FHA commitment. Call 372-5393 Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway per month. '
Westwood Schools. Four bedrooms
and -
ALACHUA REALTYAssociates for an appointment. Christine Stone
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS 34 Waterfront PropertyON 825 N. W. 13th Street 2 baths Florida Room. WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 M. "Red" Franks. Realtof
t : : : 372-2511 enclosed porch two fireplaces. bath homes with central heat air Myrtle Lassiter, AssociateW.
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80 ACRES
Member Multiple Listing Cypress panelling throughout. E. "BUI", Harris Associate
: THE GULF 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2448 Plus 3 bedroom, 2 bath home Call night or day Dishwasher stove Inc. Call 372- conditioning and Florida room In
$40 mo. . $1.33 day the Littlewood School area. the
\ per per Arie T. Smith Realtor central heat oak floors 20 miles 5393. Gainesville 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone :374-08II '
Cedar School
Shores High areas and
Key from Gainesville 15 acres
Mabel L. Gore Associate pecan McKINNEY Idylwild. Res. 376-2927 or 372-7943
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day tr Other Properties 20 grove acres 45 acre unimproved.permanent Tractor.pasture PROFITEarn
LOOK 'EM OVER
while live In this two SI 000
GREEN you DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom -
: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day David AndrewsCedar mower.. Call harrow 3725393.GLADYS fertilizer distributor. story tip-top condition home. 2 bath masonry home in E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN \
Key. 3841 1-5750 DOWN & move right! Into DEATONREALTORS Apartment upstairs and downstairs Westwood. Large corner lot.
this sparkling clean 3 BR, 1 bath three large rooms for JR. ,
: $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day WINFRED H. CRAWFORD CB home at 527 N. W. 36th Drive. SMITHRealtor rentals. All furnished. Priced at "
Reg. Broker, specallzlng In Stove Ref. & Dishwasher In- $18.000 with good financing. Closeto John Merrill Homes. Lots. Income. Business
cluded. Littlewood School. Pricedat NortheastOne downtown and new Federal and Lake Property
$65 mo. . $2.16 day LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. Associates:
per per AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. only $12,000. Anna Hinson Ben Griffin bedroom compact MASONRY bldg. Call 3725393.GLADYS Realtor Farms and Acreage.
GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL. 2!SMALL DOWN PAYMENT and & C. "CURLY- KUEHN.3r.
Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes
'I : $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day lot own this BRAND NEW 3 BR 2 Member Multiple Listing YOUNG HOME on married a corner couple.lot for Completely the SMITHRealtor MULTIPLE LISTING S38 N. MAIN ST.
on the Suwannee bath Associates Marcella
luxury home on V4 acre : Pardi FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- lot at 3669 N. W. 16th Ave. Cent. furnished Including electric W. H. Buchannan
: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day 6160. airconditioned. Beautiful builtin range and refrigeratorTilebath. Associates: -
All this for $6.70O-Call: FR. 1II111IMIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIll! ItII1JVlIIITlllfllmlllll'"IIl' /!!
JUST over one acre heavily wood elec. kitchen. Family roor,. Double Anna Hinson Ben Griffin lllnllllllllJl/fmlllllDlllllTllllltl
ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles carport. Lawn sprigged and PARRISHPRESENTS 2-3617 Florence Bums Carolyn Noyes
$80 $2.66 from
: per mo. . per day
Gainesville. landscaped. Priced to sell at Multiple ListingLITTLEWOOD
80 front feet on clear

J : $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day lake.$50 1123 per after$3500 month 5 with P.M.or$1500$3,000& week-ends.down cash. 376-and 3-CONVENIENT schools$23.500. at 607 to N.W.shopping 19th Ave.and Good will find ValueYou In this 3 8. R. 1 bath 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq.AREA ft. living I COMPARE II! i

Donald Manser. 3 BR, 2 baths large LR with home in the Northwest area. Only area central heat. built-in kit.
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day fireplace. Fla. room. Unusual and $400 down and $88.00 a month- 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High I
35 Houses for Sole attractive In and out. For only A PERFECT HOME beautiful and Call FR. 23617Income 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. THESE HOME VALUES
$95 $3.16 $17,500. See It. spacious for gracious living. located school. Ideal for Ig. family. or
day
: per mo. . per
4--$750 DOWN & LOW monthly in a choice Westside location I Property family and elderly persons. I BEFORE YOU BUY I
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath. payments on this like-new 3 BR. this 4 bedroom 3 bath home Priced for Immed. sale. 3449
: $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day carport and utility room. $9,000 1 bath home at 2131 N. W. 55th with swimming pool and lovely If you are looking for a propertywith N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893. 5ia
$450 down. $65 month. Phone FR Terrace. cent. heat. nice kit. patio /living room with fireplace. an Income. let us show you cMiiiuiuiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiniinninninuiiiiiiiiiiiiaThe
2-3355 days. FR 6-4311 nights. pretty yard. paved street. Pricedat separate dining room, large famIly this nice 2 story duplex FUllyfurnlshed5175.00 I

WELL located home for sale. Owner only $10.900. room. carpets and drapes included come. Good condition per month and location In-- EYES RIGHT! I SAVE!
loads of following art ready for
I : CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR graduated and will give immediate central heat and air storage conditioning.space -Paved streets-The price I Is See real dream living in Shadow occupancy.
occupancy. Recently UNIVERSITY reasonable. You should investigate .
Lawn Estates. Models Open.F.
painted and in excellent
condi- before you buy. Call FR. 2-
tion. Why pay rent when you ELEGANT & EXPRESSIVERe- 3617 D. Oliver. Bldr. I UIlllllllllllflIIlIlfiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIfIHIIII! !
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS can pay less to own. 37 05S. REALTY lax and enjoy life and your fam. Ph. FR 2-0866 3330 & 3320
ily in this 3 bedroom two bath
1242 N.E. Ave. Ave. past
I 6th ASSOCIATESJ. West en NW 39th NW 30th Ave.
home. Large living room wall to Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. the Glen Springs intersec 1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn $77.
1115 wall
FOR Sale N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. carpet and brick fireplace.
or trade. New 4 BR. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire tion. See sign on left. 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn., $94 per mOo
Separate
home located In Westmoreland M. Munroe. Realtor dining room modern Listing
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Associates S. E. McLaughlin kitchen plus a lovely screened Multiple per month.
2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family Frank Roby. Roy McCannT. patio and central heat & air con- 4617 SE 1st PI.
Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. C. Douglas. Jr. ditioning. 2024 NE 16th Ter. 4608 SE, 2nd PI.
;. 16 Work Wanted Female 28 Uvestock fir Supplies Central heat built-in kitchen In- 3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn., S89 3 BR. I bath, $400 dn $41
cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards LIKE NEW this bvely 4 bedroom per month. per mo. I
walk to FORDYCEREALTOR 2 bath contemporary home nice
schools close to
COLORED lady would like to take FOR SALE Black fenced In back yard with patio. thc NE
Angus bull U of F & medical center FHA 1115 5th St.
303 SE 38th Sf
care ot elderly person. 14 yrs. calves. 8-9 months; not register. 22700. Down payment 1700. family room beautiful built in 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn., $38 ,
experience as nurses aide. 5 ed. Call FR 2-4679 after 700 Immediate occupancy. Drive by kitchen owner leaving town. Immediate I per month. 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. $64 t
days per wk. Phone 372-6742. CBltlchgtOI1 perm
P.M. occupancy.
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler l
GIRL 17 wants work for the Brothers 372-9545 iniMiDiiiniDniiiiiininiiiniiiiniiiiiDiiiiiniiiiiiiNorwood!
sum- ONE milk cow and one golden dally 376-9048 IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCYOwn 3236 NW 29th Ave.
mer. Will work part time or night. 7'.
full time. Phone FR 2-5254. 481-2121.palomino.Hawthorne.5 years old. Phone Afternoonswill er leaving town and must sell- ''I ? 3 BR. 2 bath $650 dn, $91
M bedroom 2 bath living room. mo. "
GENTLE 4 year old Sicilian Jack SAVE be enloyable on the shady patio family room built In kitchen and I per :
17 Work Wanted Male! trained to cart. $50. Call 466-3306 of this 3 bedroom 2 bath screened porch. Central heat and IIH 3301 & 3311
central air conditioning.
MIcanopy. home on West University Avenue.
BUY FROM Separate living room and dining I Hope NW 30th Ave.
MAN will do carpenter work. FOUR Shetland ponies. Phone room; almost 1700 sq. ft. of liv WALKING DISTANCE TO FINLEY 4 BR. 2 bath $600 dn $89.
cleaning. painting and cement after 6 p.m. 376-4728. ing area. Beautiful lawn and on SCHOOL, pleasant 3 bedroom per mo.
work. Can be contacted by BUILDER I large corner lot. Only $21,800. home on a nice 110 x 154 lot lotted I "H" Inc.
38 head of chickens. $30. Rt. 1, Call In Florida Park owner t
phone. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fordyce & Associates Inc, i!
Box 4?, Archer Fla. 376-1236. leaving town. Village (green MTOPppnpiniiiiinniiinifflmniiiiininii
Phone FR 24094.
3 bedroom. IV* bath. Pay only I We Trade Homes
SADDLE HORSES FOR SALE: $80 per month Including taxes New Westside restricted residential
Call after 3:30 P.M. and insurance. Wooded lot on White Pillars subdivision acre lots. paved \ 6 or Property
18 Schools & Institution FR 6-368 safe dead-end street. Perfect for Inside Ten model homes from
streets. lots
exemplify the beauty of this spa- $3950 corner IlmIIIImlmilJllllllllmlll llI lIIIl/fl/JlllJllJIlll/ / FOR RENT
young .grouting family. No money lots 4250. Select homesitenow
cious 3 bedroom 2 bath home in your $13,925 $17.000
p1 down-to qualified Vets. Only Littlewood Estates. Equipment Includes before the next Increase. ALL OUR HOMES ARE 124 SE 7th St.
SHORTHAND -(.BUSItJESSLAWI & SUPPLIES $450 down FHA. Ask -
i to lot
V 50, PETS see No down VA a
I Secretarial Courses -'Classes noW no. 67. drapes in the large master money OPEN FOR YO'J TO ENJOY
forming. Howell's Business Col bedroom dishwasher. built-in $450 down FHADON'T SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR 1 BathI
lege. 218 W. Univ./ Ave. FR 6-3507. SILVER Miniature Poodle 2 female Advanced Design 3-2. One of Gainesvilles oven and surface unit and gar- M.M.PARRISH. YOU WILL JUST CALL. Year Lease $95 per M..
and 1 male...7 wks. old bage disposal. Located on a dead 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
MEN i women 18 to S3 to train for most advanced home de
shots etc. Registered AKC. Phone end street so traffic is at a min 6-5301 or FR 4-7989
signs. Eye level built-in
oven
CIVIL SERVICE imum. Only $25,900. Call For.
376-0872.
Examinations. For Information and. range Walk-In In kltcnen.closets. Breakfastbar. Terrazzo dyce & Associates Inc., 376-1236. t WTllflIffimtia! !! =lmwuUwmilsiinnwBHi! I
BASSETTS. AKC. Pedigree long -
send name. address & Phone No. ,
floors. Large rear lot with fenceon
Adams Key Training St.. Jacksonville.Service. 112' W. line Ph. 627-6W4 of champion or Route Bill 2. Ruff Box back line. Save nearly $1,000 Split Levelliving I Wayne& ASSOCIATES.Hill Helen INC.H. Graham. i I HUGH EDWARDS INC.
21-C. Ocala.SIAMESE on this one. $15,150 $500 down Is delightful In this 4 bed I
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FHA, $94 month includes all. room. 2 bath home In the N.W. Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish *>; J t. t Bros. !
KITTENS. Reg. lilac. Butler Builders
Ask for lot nee 2.
Real Estate Exam blue & choc. PT. Champ. Lilac section. Equipped with drapes 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375
& reg. blue & choc. Males at throughout. paneled entry. birch 2837 N.E. 15th Street ,
Model Home Sacrifice 4-2
COURSE cabinets large reception room PH. 376-7971
stud. Ph.
Williston
ATTEND First lesson free. 228-6448. Huge corner lot with hundreds of and beautiful oak floors. Almost N.W. Section. MUST SELL 3 BR.
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEwE: BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle. 6 weeks dollars In additional landscaping.Take 3,000 sq. ft. of living area avail. 2 bath low equity. take up pay
COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave old. AKC registered. Call FR 2. sidewalk to public or parochial able and only $26,500. Call For. ments. Ptttiw 376-0879 after 5:30 Invites Youto
FR. 6-3507 372-3727. 7258 after 5:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. schools. Save big moneyon dyce & Associates. Inc., 376-1236. P.M.
all day.REGISTERED. this one. Lot no. 24. I I

beagle Ideal Beatthe
: 28 Livestock & Supplies for pets or hunting. Sire pups.& Dameof HUGH EDWARDS
these pups are deer running heat In this centrally air con-
Beagles. Both may be seen. Also INC. ditioned 4 bedroom 2 bath homeIn Palm View Estates
WANT TO SEE your hogs properly one 18 month old male Beagle.A. the N.W. section. Almost 2,- GIVE I
finished on dry lot or pasture. B. Cellon Jr.. Ph. 3765555. 2837 N.E. 15th Street 000 sq. ft. Includes separate liv.
then try CPA Cooperative Mills 3767971BY ing room. dining room Florida f
12 pet. Porkmaker meal or pul FLORIDA Pest Control Is featuring room and beautiful floors. Fenced
lets. Special for June. FMX this month Tropical Fish and OWNER. leaving town. 3 BR. back yard and spacious lot. Can
Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR Tropical Birds of all kinds.. We 2 full baths LR, Fla. rm.. DR., be yours for only $24,000. Call
Sites or 4612105. also have children's pets and breakfast rm. & tile kitchen landscaped Fordyce & Associates Inc., 376- 125. A new community of distinctive I
supplies. Call us for any of your & fenced yard. Over 2.- 1236. N' homes
in
FOR SALE Light-weight Western pet problems. FLORIDA PEST 000 sq. ft. living area. Plus 2 car ) the fashionable
saddle. good Condition. SIS. CONTROL PET CENTER FR garage. $21,900 with good terms. AWAY MONEYBuild Northwest.
Call FR 2-1392. 6-2661. 20 NW 16th Ave. 912 NW 36th Dr. FR 64134.: Swimmingpool

and a lovely brick home with
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IN THE for four only bedrooms 36000.3 A baths spacious are yours livIng t Featuring :

FUN room Florida room. a delight.ful

conditioned.kitchen and Do all call centrally Fordyce air.& ( a future for your family ;}4 FHA homes from

Associates. Inc., 376-1236 to see n.Ij .
: this one.

with a new H.C.M. home) $16,000-520,250

FORDYCEASSOCIATES. Down payments frem "".N


INC. Few pleasures con compare with the satisfaction of home ownership

: Multiple Real Estate Listing Exchangors Realtors -especially in Highland Court Manor. Besides the value of an VA Loans Available

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA SUNBOATS Grace Dudley S.Goulden Fordyce. Associate Broker excellent investment. there's the knowledge that you're building for I

Harvey Benton. Associate your family's future.
926 W. Univ. 376-1286 I


: & MOTORS BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION McCOY'S The financial advantages are many. If you're renting you're Just 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm

building equity in your landlord's property. In the end you'll have

.-- HUNTER Boats. Fiberglass Fishing ir Plywood fishing boats. 24" GRILLS Macoma Homes, nothing to show for your largest single living expense except rent

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14 FISHERMAN ...-.... $ Sirr $10.99 Inc.For .
WITH STEERING .... $345. THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES Sale, very attractive 3-
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL 725 ,N., Main 372-3537 bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417 If you own your home, however, you're entitled to a $5.000 home.
.. CHARGE The Heart Of East Gainesville" _ _ _ E. University Ave.; walking planned for professional men end their 1
stead which makes the
Check with Charlie distance to Lake Forest exemption taxes approximately $260 per families.

FRANK PHILPOTTS FR M791.ADVERTISE List of Classifications to choose down Schools.and Price 79.50$12400.per month.$500 year less than on rental property (you're helping! to pay your land

.. SPORT CENTER _ _ from Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. lord's taxes if you're renting) FERNWOOD MODELS
Horn of HUNTER Fiberglass Day FR 4-727Q. nights FR

: Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH .Meters. MURRAY Skiing Swimming-Diving. 4-5015.and 23rd Office Blvd.Quality.corner N. Main Also, the money you pay for rent establishes no equity for you -

Trailers and JACKSON: Sailing your home payments do. And the interest is tax deductible your from $12,250
: Canoes. !: IN THE Fishing Equipment. rent payments aren't. up

Safety Items.
"Where Quality Sells Itself
SERVICE DIRECTORY Homes You probably own home in from down
: Golfing/ Equipment. can a Highland Court Manor for less $400
Ave.
20 N.W. 14th
FR 2-SOU or FR 4-4W1 Tennis Equipment. than you're paying in rent. Why not see how easy it Is by stoppingby t.

WESTVILLAN.W. our sales office or model home today?
Man. Thru FrL 5-4 p.m. Sat. MOther Baseball Equipment.I IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY:
Times by Appointment ALACHUA COUNTY'S 16th Are.
: ONLY DEALER Where to Fish. 3 MODELS

::, Sun Want Ads SEA HORSE JOHNSON MOTORS Pius & 37th St. 14 New Models Priced from $13,400 to $18,200

many many mere.
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SALES AND SERVICE

: Get Results Boats.Lone Star Ski Boats.supplies.Orlando Sailing Clipper rigs. TERMSWALTER NOTHING DOWN VA ($100 closing costs) WRITE. WIRE PHONE or VISIT

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Thursday, June 18, .96 "Gainesville Sun 23

Colored 46 Unfurnished Apts. 64 Household Good 65 MIsc For Sab. I 77 Mobile Homes fo Sale I Z I I tmmmmm mmmi S '
43 Property 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
: DODGE-DART
CLASSIFICATION INDEX !
DESIRABLE well located 2 BR T.V. antennas. single stack For Sale.-- 1 BR air
,
eond
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex duplex apt. with utility appliances T-A-G APPLIANCESTested S -furn. DODGE TRUCKS
$7 double $13 completekit. trailer & .
and enclosed Excellent 1961. 4 air Chevrolet
apartments large living furnished.' Rental $85 monthly and Guaranteed NW cba d. cii. -
513 Sth Ave.
: ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE dining area. modern kitchen with yearly basis. No children pets 4 Rerlerlt f I up Bra"t. citio 2.1 I. Noi. Copletey! equip.
POOLE-GABLE
fan. large storage closets terraz. kitchen black A 6-1 P. ped. buy In
I. Me.rIaM or students. 815 NW 13th St. Rane fr S up S tabe. frmlca. lest pried
: zo floors. tile baths. space heat 17 from chairs. 2 town. Call 3742371 -
: Th&aks .1 Wsnt.d t. Bu Phone FR 6-5323 or FR 4-6833. Was up S blIk' Bedroom 69SO
Card SI 42 with
aluminum 119 SE First Av.
I .
I: M.tlaJaer1 II T1SI = er and hot water heater facilities a from s up oak chests vanity $50; 4 trail.. evenis.EXTRA
I J Lei' II F..nd machines and DELUXE 2 Bedroom Duplex built. 2 Food-Freezers blond conditioned
for washing oak round cocktail, 372.4343GAINESVILLE
Pets.&IiJ lenlen IS BaUdblC Materlall paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Ins. terrazzo floors, near schools. 2 f$S up 2 fables two amber sad lot. pool. Town & Coun- clean cars, "S to S39S. today
fr up
Ie Bnaeho" Dlslsr comr.
I Tr..et Iafor..Uo. G..4a large yard; $80. Call FR 65005. L FR 50-50 guarantee. No down
es A.Uqau = Ter. or call for appointment 372- 10 from $35 u Oial lamps $SO; like new. 372- G2 P' 66 payment small weekly or -
S SpeeSal lilUeea m"
U Hlle. Fer 8a1 5321 or 372-5322. Deluxe 2 .. 3 Br. New ducted air JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE c 0149. ly H&H ,
.7 FI.rbt. ITS
J : ... Baby SlUers C1IJIj Care It Tra4JaC rstsa HOMES FOR SALE cond. and heat. Wood paneled.Spacious 419 NW I Ave.P 35 IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY i FOOLISHto SE payts.31,Av Phone 372-374.16

Places T. G. A.al II ArUelea W&ntedmi. 2 & 3 BedroomS. SE 14th St. & yard. Quiet. sno-l40. ONE 30-galton gas hot water heat IS HARD OF HEARING encour i pay more. RECKLESS to 1957 Ford Station

; -. 8e. CJ Fa.,1 OU II W.... SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay See at 3533 S.W. 24th Ave. Call er. Phone 481-2121 Hawthorne. age him to enjoy the benefit of a pay less. GET THE REAL tires. automatic transmission wago good radio AUTO SALES

'2' Bests M.rblo Eqatp. ment. Some small down pay. FR 4-0983 or 25400. haring aid. Visit GAINESVILLE FACTPayments as low as heater rebuilt
: n Camp Bp'- I'IaJa ment. Monthly payment $57 to AID CO. Today. SS7J, per month with $300 down. Phone ei S I I 1007 N. Main St.
6' .
I .. AUTOMOTIVE.. U Office EqaJpae $65. Also homes built on your .For Sal.. N.. Main Street. FR LAKE GENEVAMobile 36. Phone FR 2.6313Northcentrol
Sales-Beatala 47 Houses for Rent Furn. C5 Mic 15 I
s
Airplane Musical II ere II aa 4'... lot for no down payment. Homes Sales 1962 Austin Healey, Mark 11. $200
.n M.b13 fl.mes for .aIe' Call TOMMY RIDGELL SEWING MACHINE I Rt. 100 SE Keystone HIs Fia. euit. Take up payments. Can Flld'lLr
:1 Trucks for 8a1s Builder Phone FR 2-4125 3 BR 2 bath. 411 SW i7lh St. $1511 CLOSE SALE 1964 Model Dial -O-Matic, Zig Zag. sn at Kentucky Fried Chick
,. Wonted per mo. Call McKinney Green OU FOR SALE 1951 HICKS
Trucks On Wallpaper. sac like new, makes button overcast I trailer en.
10 TnetenAThek Be.t.1a REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Rent Inc. FR 2-3617. a Roll I fancy 11e I with 11 x 30* cabana, 3 BR. furnished Inpndnt Dealer
44 Cottages for HARPER CO. Iplq air 1942 Belatr CHEVROLET tor
conditioned
Trailer Rentols PAIN washing
:; J3 Ius for Sal. 1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. llth 10 S.W. 372-4364 darns Assume 6 pay 372-5240. after
machine fenced ifrati cal
Scooters 7 Located at
Motorcycles St., corner 33rd Ave. House open. ments $7.10 each. 813 W. Unlv. yad. .
-$fAutOmsbiis' Bepaln :J.s D01Iael Watcrlm Fer "SaI.r5p5'fyU FURNISHED 1 BR cottage all Call FR 64230.COMPLETELY COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Ave. P 3'1075 I Archer Rd. Trailer P.r FR O P.
1944 Impala. new, 2300
AatolDIII for a. tile shower good ventilation Chairs, 717. Chevrolet PAINTJOB
36 I Cottages Sal. electric: as No money
For furnished 2 BR l Dealer
It Swop Cars 11 Real Estst EsebaugodEDUCATVJNAL e located on Santa Fe homo at Earleton Fla. Ship-I down, I $ per month. 70 Boats-Marint Equip. 10 x 5 Hoest. 2 bedro FR 4Dr.. John Cot.Phone .
FR front
2-5458 2- Baldin.IPAL
Phone FR
Lake. or Free .
JI Real E.tate man's pickup and rer. 1V
I Wanted Landing. $SO per me. Call .ti.t d I
8169. work stalled air window SS Hard 1942, PG
J' 0. .1 Tn'. Pnpcrq IU FR 63507. 468-1742. liver sric. citior. Top
U Be"'la A Instrecilos .0 B..tae.. PrOperttn COMER'S Lake View Beach on te Ph 3767 NEW Fishing Boats 'painted and and patio .wls. CII TrI. W a. PB,
2 bedroom furn. FR H
home ,
Extra
M..lo, DueIllC .i ISI on the lake. I .,2 and air clean.
It Waate4-lBItraeUoa BeSlde.UaI Iseomo Big Lake Santa Fe now openl Call 372-9597 after 6:00 week. TRADE your costly to operate read to go. I Anniversary 5 Phone FR 2-0149. I
12 Far.1 a. eresg. Swim and picnic Furnished cot. ly for further Information. ELECTRIC water heater and 1 sale. 1st to 15th.

.3 Colored Property Rentals tages by the week. For reser $48 t a new glasslined GAS ft. SUS 12 f. $39.95. S years 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard
I EMPLOYMENT .).1 Colorlel Property Sales vation. call 468-1129 Earlton. ENJOY. Lake Santa Fe. year hlte. Much more hot In Turn East at 83 Motorcycles & Scooters air conditioned $3995At
11 Work Wonted Malo around. Attractive home furnish water top coupe
BEDROOM house on Lake Santa lb hll the cost wins post office 5 blks. Frank Dickerson. -
IB Work Wanted Female RENTALS Fe. private dock. $45 per week. ed or unfurnished. Including boat. OUR PROPANE. Orange Lake Marine Boat 4 speed transmission. Car

14 Kales Help Wanted = Call FR 6-3268. ext. 2523. Ideal for couple with child. Reasonable ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. Wor. highway 441 P. O. Box MUSTANG Special model. per. is parked o Univ. Cit

'13 Help-Mala *r Fcmal 4t Cottages For BeitJ rent to qualified person. ROSE'S Lawn Mower 21. Orane Lake. Fla.Dlckerson's fe condition, b s to Bonk parking lot. See .
12 Mat Wanted i EN1 modern furnished cottageson GR 5-9496. Serice I I $249. W.
Drip Furnished appellted.
12.
Apis.flrm&ts. am back at old Boat Works new plywood Foster Mr. Johnson
5 Lake Santa Fe by week or stane W. 12th or at HAWESPOWERSBODY
44 Unfurnished Apt. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. 4 BR.. m bath $ISO per month. University Ave. I sell and bts boat painting 376-697. the
season. bank.
11 Fcmal Del* Wanted 47 Iloatcs for Beat Farm 1101 S.W. 5th Ave. Available trade. lit repairs as al Reasonable In. COWABUNCAI SHOP
cl.s
45 Houses for Rent Val.,.. KINGSLEY LAKE August. 15th. Phone FR 4-2892. ways. Next to Varnon's Discount Houseon .59 Harley 145 Met. Purple 1950 PLYMOUTH. 2 dr. 611
I FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4> Roomk for Beat Furnished cottages for rent. Phone 1 BR 441, Orange Lake. Fla. good cond. Krash Helmet I S.W. 3rd St.
house
lights & water furnished
24 Farm Equipment 60 Hotel Rooms i 533-2134. T.V antennas. $4 single stack, Windshield. $225. Call FR 6-7047. good condition; $85. FR 20538.OURBEST
s
II Misc. BenUla81A $62 per mo. No pets double stack. $1495 complete ,.Lone Star alumn. W. airtanks,
= 27 Feed 4k Fertilizer 2 trailers $.c5 and $55. Cool pri 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR Jim Voyles. 41' 8th Ave. H.P. Evlnrude Elec. start 1943 DUCATI motorcycle, 125 ee. 1950 PLYMOUTH, good tresporte
Wanted
2* Livestock Supplies To Bent vate. Phone FR 2-9838. 4611 NW 2-563X N windshield complete outfit skiing 5000 miles excellent condition, ti good rbbr. $75 cU
Z9 Laodscaplac Top Soil 8! Boarder WantedS3 REPOSSESSED Singer Zta Za condition with maintained regularly by
o fishing trailer. -
6th St.SILVER
S3 1 BR furnished NW 1st tO cp
Office Desk house. 1310
Peta Sapplles Space makes tent mechanic
I deltlve appli Marino 1221 E. Unlv.
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL SI Baslaes BenUla LAKE near Keystone. Ave. near campus. Phone 376- qua buttonholes .tltc etc. "S 2-M1I after 5:00.S1S Pho

sleeps 10; $50 per week. Call 376- 2937 or 4-1082. Only $7. mrams. perm 86 SWAP CARS

SERVICEBusiness 2615 or 376-6406. Neatly furnished small home. 3 11 Unlv. FR '$.S. A REAL BARGAINI 16 Glasspar

2$ Special Service Ig. rooms & bath. all elec. kitchen Cruiser 19 ft.. 75 Evlnrde, 84 AUTOMOBILE BUY
64 Opportunities REPAIRS
3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan NEW and used chain lawnmowers Camden trailer misc. WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile U In .
67 Mosey t* Lou 21: Home ZproementgPg 5 Lake by week or month. Phone carport. Cool oak shaded lW., light f.teer. excellent with
sale.
MertcafeaSS 24 Radio .* TV Service 376-5462 or 475-5223. yard. $60 per mo. FR 2-8181. plants edger.. equIpment Quic cditi pre
WIn Brings $1695. Call 472-2213. AIR CONDITIONING Tune ium tires. In like con I
Money Wanted Si Appliance Fnml'or I 2 Bedroom CCB house carport. & up dition. Phone 2441 Cedar '
SMALL furnished cottage and Strato In m Special, for performance Key. 62 VW $1395
'AlJ.1IIIIIIIIIIIIII1 =Et trailer for rent. Suitable for 1952 N.W. 3rd St. $75 per month.Phone Meyers. Power, sales an 14 fo. factory bit.. rnb. test. Al 10. and models.
FR 2-8690. 230 NE 1 COM
Moore Haven Hawes
working couple. Powers
PLETE top trailer Motor Co.. AirConditioning '
16th Ave. 60 VW
35 Houses for Sol. 35 Houses for Sale Park 2330 E. Univ. Ph. 376- 2 Bedroom house double garage Phone 3763.C. anchor and outdoor cover win, Servicing Canter. 87 Automobiles Wenrer $1040

8164. air conditioning and T.V. antenna FIBERGLASS nt, Shakespeare $350. Arch Campbell Ph. 376- 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR S

LAKE WINNOTT shady location. Phone FR reel $15; 3 piece mans Sam>' 5707. 2541. CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords 59 VW $995

3 BR, 2 -bath home with screened 6 acres. 2 houses reasonable. FURN. 2 br cottage full modern 2-1183. "I. lugage. good citi, 1 BOAT good for fishing or skin. SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Au & Chevrolet Al Herndon Sr

In porch air cond., pool membership Cash or terms. Rt. 1, Box 49, bath on Lake Wlnnott. By week 1 BEDROOM frame house at 2120 mvie $21 Steering mehlnls tomotive repairs and tune-up. ice Station 914 SE 4th .

built-in oven. $14.200. Archer Fla.FINLEY or month. Ph. GR 5-2262. S.E. 12th St. $50 per month. proleorl I Icren. Ph 376- excellent co. Stet must Miller & Sons 7 NW 1st St.

Phone 3721038.NO Call FR 24136. 25. sell. Phone 3-7915
SCHOOL AREA OR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 C12 VOLKSWAGEN
45 Furnished Aprs. ADULTS only. 5 room house. :307
gal. with heater
DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bk.. 2 gas attached also
HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERAT S.E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane. 150 butane 61 Comet 4 door $995
bath. Central heat central air gal. gas taN Complete 73 Musical 85 AUTOMOBILES for
cond. Northwest. 19000. Call APPRAISED VALUE OF 372-3631. with gauges. Lewis Merhandis SAL 61 Comet. 4 door $1095

3U..2927. 17500. 3 bedrooms. 1 bath with 3 rooms & bath. close-In adults. 2 Bedroom frame home complete Jewelry Co.ELECTRIC 62 Falcon. 2 door $1195
space for future bathroom living no pets. Water turn. $55 per mo. with TV., piano washing I I WURLITZER CORVAIR
$40 Month. New CB home low with FR 2-4621 or 372-1633. machine Located Singer Sewing Machine and I with MI.6 euip 61 Falcon door $995
room. fireplace separate & deep freeze. America's piano .
.20th down payment.'Call See 372357.t 210 or S.3724492. E.. dining room, screened porches FURNISHED apartment for rent near Steven Foster School. Lot with work cabinet.light. and foot ttachments-pedal control organs are ;E1r Piano Co. I wall tires. 1,000 helter.actual miles. 64 Comet, convert. $2895

St. detached 2 car garage brick for two. male only air-condt- 100 x 141'. $125 per mo. Will SO Gainesville's Wurlltzer Aum payments, small equi MILLER- 58 DeSoro. 2 door $395
veneer construction. Excellent tlonlng central heating u t II. >.'...t "tft- nlrl *.tnHant' ',,','',,-,Ir..t Cal 3LTE Dealer, 702 W. UniversityAve. t. Wi consider older car for
Ford $995
NW SECTION. 3 BR.2 baths condition. Household furnishing furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. Nation Wide Insurance fflc261 ;. me4.dmlral 19" T.V. Phone eQult. Call owner at 172-8441. J 63 English
large carport & utility rear terrace optional. Located three blocks N.W. 6th St. Ph. FR e-2524 ; attractive 37.2 3., weekdays.MGA BROWN 64 E. Ford Cortina $1895

,' excellent condition. Good from school and two blocks from YOUNG preferred.COUPLE but no or aged children couple or or FR 670.FURNISHED piece of furniture. Call 372- TRUCK rebuilt LOAD pianos.very FULLY fine factory GUAR. 195S Top conditi. like 1030 E. Univ. .OI.. 60 Falcon . $695

terms. 372-5754. Unlv. Campus. Shown by appt. 6 new Interior. Call after 6IFiatllOOSeden ,
only. Call owner at FR 6-6336. pest Upstairs apt. Available now. 2 BR house. $65 ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC 2.3 FR 2-3582
For Sal 10. by owner 3 large bed. Call 6-6512. per mo. Phone 372-9105. FOR SALE OR TRADE two 35mm STORE, 112 SE First St. Ph. 7:30: P.M. 55 Ford wagon $195
Florida room hardwood Exakta cameras lens, & FR a-5931. '
rooms SEE NOW VALIANT. 41, radio heater
1 & 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ. ICC.S good 61 Ford Galaxia
FOR
floors. 2 fun tile baths CCB THE
home. $17.000. 1110 N.W. 36th 3 ml.Malore S. of Gardens 916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2664. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. srles Phn. 376 CONN trombone 10" bell excellent condition. Can FR 6011. COREC 4 door . $1495
Univ. U1211.c5
on Now Specializing In Ladies Better condition. $70 Phone FR 2-9762-
1954 OLDS. air TIME
conditioned,
automatic
Ave. FR 2-1245. 24625 24J37 NICELY furnished convenient Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes S 59 Ford door $495
transmission, .
mechanical -
TWO bedroom house for rent. good
WHY PAY RENT? 3 BfcWKuOM. l bath. CCB. screened downtown area. $75. Also garage Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional PIANOS AND ORGANS condition. Ronnie Young. 56 Ford station wagon

New homes. $9.500. 3 bedroom. tile porch air conditioned, central apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults Lake Marine Boat P. O. Values. DIXIE MILL SUPER Several name brand pianos and Phone 372..1. ext. 19 or 3724811. FR 2-1411 60 Merc. Monterey $995
bath $45 per month. Located on heat. 2502 N.E. I2tn Street. FR only. no pets. Inquire L1Ulan'sMusic Box Orange Wors.. DISCOUNTS. 19 1st Ave organs used in our teachingstudios. .
S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some 2 6729. Store. 21. nue. Will sell at substantial Courtesy Of 63 Mercury

Trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. Florida Park, CCB home. oak (45 per mOo efficiency. Private bath UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. discounts. Gridley Music Co. 44 Falcon auto trans.. low mile Breeiewoy $2850
strip $30 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom WILL SELL swim club member. Gainesville Shopping Center. FR age two tone radio. Must University Chevrolet
will sell 3 floors. 3 BR. 2 bath. and entrance. clean. close in best Peugoet 404 $1995
LEAVING TOWN my large liv.
Sacrifice
SI 800 cash take '
or overpayments
ship at reduced
house month. Furnished price or trade 25353.UPRIGHT. N. Main St. 6
ing N.E. 3rd St. S at 16th Ave.
In of 321
BR. 2 bath cent. heat. built room with fireplace. separate part city. for partial of _
duplex month. FR payment on used car. 17S C'I 376151
home. You can save dining room Fla. room. kitchen In tune
kitchen. COOL quiet. large all electric. 2 a-7466. __Phone 376-4911. piano. good fo Roger. -
$1500. Call FR 23824. with built In stove and dishwash $100. Phone 3764058 or -----
bedroom furnished apartment on
BY OWNER.Mason Manor. 3 BR er. Central oil heat. Window air 441. 15 minutes from Univ. Children 2 Bedroom CB house. $40 permonth. DBL. BED. $ reclining chair 120 bass Silvertone accordion.6o For 62 COMET Quick auto sale trans.for. new tires.See I Value Rated CRANELNCOLN.MUCURY
conditioners. rdio. 110.
situated to S
on heavily and welcome. 462-1673. 37'22. I A $20; corner $5; utll table
--- 2 bath cent. heat built-in dead-kit.. wooded large lot with lovely pa pets P. C.I $5; Ig. homemade desk $8. sate cheap. Phone FR 2-20 N. Main St. o cal 374-
paved 2511.
huge screen porch
tio. Price $29.000 with substantial Duplex. 2 bedroom. comfortable, Phone Used Cars
FR
lot, BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st _
street shaded reasonably 3 6782.
end dowa
Call FR
payment. 1614 N W. quiet. $52 monthly. 6- MUST SELL, leaving Top
priced. Phone FR 22378. 14th Ave. By appointment only. 453S Sunday anytime. After 5 Ave.. $100 per m. Als 2 br, HOTPOINT West. cond., all parts.schl. .
FR 6-2065. weekdays.FOR 1 bath In NW S per m. Inhous ele refrlgertor.stove, s$ very Automotive wagen. ne FR 2-75 New I B&G MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST.
University
: JWK RENT one bedroom furnished Relty. 372.1. I conditio yrs. old. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale paint lob. Low Cadillac 376-2425
3 BR. 1 bath, 1414 NE 9th st. "5 Ph. ;601. '40. OLdsmobile
M apartment near Univ. & Alachua ALFA ROMEO Spider Vetoes 2001
NW 13th
General Hospital. $65 month. per mo. Call AAcKlnney-Green Inexpensive to clean Excellent condition, engine recently __ St.

: 372-8404 Available June 15th 102 NW 7th Inc. 23617. I'S upholstery with Blue Lustre.rugs overhauled. New top. $1207 .-- --- ---- -,
-
St. Phone 376-7955. RENTALS Rent electric $1. Me- WYATT- Ph. FR 20
shampr
BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. GRACIOUSCharming FURNISHED air conditioned 2! & 3 BR. Homes. turn and un- Daniel! Furn. 1963 VW 9 pass stat. wagon I
and custom furn. (MIcrobus). 2 tone green clean.
Space design quality
details throughout. Lovely large C. Brick. 2V* bath liv. opts.. under construction. MARY MOELLER REALTOR PORT. Ice chest. $12.50; 6 ft. Trailer Sales excellent condition Inside and RAMBLER SELLING

.. lot. More expensive than the ing Modern rm. kit.Dining with rm.dining Family area.I'm, Avail. Sept. 1. $100 per 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 folding table $10; alum. & plastic out curtains In windows, sep

average price range but you dbl. month. Call Wayne Ma- lounging cot $5; C.I 372. Home ofPacemaker rate adjustable drivers .
carport. Ig. lot. 3
shady bl.
will agree this house is more 2 t bedroom house on Archer Road 4871. Mobile Homes 21,800 miles with VW
-- than worth It; from U. ti F. campusCall son, ERNEST TEW REAL- semi furnished; $45 per mo. Shasta and Alrstream care and Inspections, economical SPREE

p TWO ACRES in the woods with the Mary MoellerCOMFORT TY. 376-6461. Phone FR 2-3 NIKON F with 50 mm F1.4 Nikker- T.vel Trailers 40 hp motor gets 25 or more
S auto. lens and Photomlc system. Ocala's' Mobile Homo per gallon. For sate for
In styling;
most
contemporary
Firt
1 CLEAN. well furnished 3 BEDROOM frame house at 2091 mie
overlooks a creek. five bedrooms. 2nd floor Slightly used. $265. Also Since 194 cah (or you finance) et $1800
4-rooms kitchen. bath porch. $75 S.E. 10th Ter. $55 per month. Canon EEE Motor Zoom t. I If23 Silver Springs Call 374-0547.
mod
e rn
handsome fireplace Brick 3 Br.. N.W. area Breezeway.Fla. per month. 1 extra large. extra Call 372..13 mm movie camera with 10 mm- Phone Blvd
kitchen. Not quite completed 6213
and steal at $1".500.00. rm., fine residential area nice, air conditioned 1 bedroom 3 Bedroom 1 bath, CCB house. 40 mm F1.7 Canon zoom lens. Ola. .
a spacious Ig. shaded lot. $15,750. $125 month. L. J. Moratto. FR Chain-length fence, N.E. 16th automatic CDS meter, battery
Substantial cash payment re-
_, Quirf'd. Terms.-Call Mary Moeller.CONVENTIONAL. 2-4957. morning noon or night. Ter. Call FR 20. drive an power zoom. Brand WE BUY FULL SIZE
$ Call Mr. Chlu at FR
FOR $15.25000 FHA evaluation you 1 BEDROOM completely furnished ne.
UNFURNISHED 2 BR house, $100 USED MOBILE HOMESTop
.. can *jy a four bedroom. two bath upstairs or downstairs, near per mo. Year's lease reuired. 6361. Ex. 2"7 or FR 2-3241. dollar paid phone FORDCUSTOM

house in the LIttlewood area. Spacious S. W. area 3 Br. 2 bath familyrm. shopping center. See at 612 N.W. 311 NW 27th St. Phone 21" Airline walnut cons TV. Ex. 376.A

.- living room and separate Fire place. shaded lot, fine 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 cellent condition. "s win leader In every way. Service
dining room. parquet. Appoint. residential area. Equity 120000. per mo. FORDYCE RENTAL dow fan fair cO $10. Phone first always. Federal Quality
ment only. Call the house FR N.W. 13th St. 372-
our 4820
Homes.
Take payments. $125.00 60 1f. S
for up mo.- NICE 2 BR turn. apt. with private
J SEVERAL lovely lake homes Call Mary Moeller bath & front you wish. Many liste4.lso 513
entrance. Large ,
sale. These are year round residences apartments Walnut D. Dresser Miror. chest. 2-DOOR
within easy commuting porch hot & cold water furnished. B. C. Bed. slightly ...89.95 SPECIAL

distance. PRICE REDUCED $58 per mOo Ph. 29704. or FORDYCE.ASIATE. Coil springs & up......... 6.0 104 x 20 Lot,for mobile horn. II 'AMERICAN DOOR
2-9195
Mattresses & $1500. Mile S. off Paynes : 2
J. W. 3 I Br, Lg. Family rm. StudY. Ig "p..10.o $2096.00FAIRLANE
COX Prairie. For appointment ,
'( 2 t BR furnished apart. with porch. 60 cal
I patio. C.B. on shaded lot. to see 926 37612
Near University. See at 411 N.W. FR
KIRKPATRICK this lovely home, drive by 840 6-3
15th St. or call 2-4647. $60 per 3 BR. 2 bath Florida room. 12 63 ZIG ZAG
N.W. 20th St. $14.500. Call
Realtor Mary mo. NW. 42nd Ave. $90 per 1961 Great Lakes Mobile Home 10

31 N. Main St. Phone FR 28404Member Moeller BR. 1 bath. 805 N.E. 10th Place. Ft. wide with 8 x 12 expanded $166800Plus
$100 per mo. Call MCHINE living room; $500 for $3200 equity 2-DOOR
Listing EAST SIDE McKinney
-- BUDGETSuburban. Green, Inc. Realtors. 1963 Machine, re and take over payments. Call 473-
? ASSOCIATES: possesed. Balance $38 88 or 4832 Keystone Heights.BELIEVE Tax, Tag, Title
Floye Mathlasen- Irene Bunnell C.B.. 3 Br., with Modern GARDENAPARTMENTS monthly. Phone FR $ $1996.00
I A. W. Reece Caot.. USN. Ret. Kit.. shaded lot 159x100. N.W. 49 Rooms For Rent 23NICE IT $95Down

like new. $12.750.00 Call Mary
Moeller IN NEW MODERN HOME m Cedar Wardrobe. Very good OR NOTSave

Ask about lots zoned business & $57 per month upGainesville's Finest ern bath.furniture.Rent single dbl.or bed.double, to contion..$Come by 1035 N.E. $600 10 x 46 2 BR furnished SHAW CiKEETER "IF YOU CAN'T RUN, WALK OR DRIVE,

__.
men. must gentlemen. Phone only $3195. $350.40 down

FRED professional Furnished or- unfurnished 376-0814. b CUSHMAN Highlander frame complete $5409 per month. WE'LL PICK YOU UP"
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom Over models to choose from
apart .
Investors Investigate business property Rooms tor male siuoems near campus new tires perfect condltlon. $
at 1602. 1608, 1610 N.W. ment.. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 37696C1o summer rates. By week or $25. Phone 3 6-32 TRAILER MARTHWY.

ARNOLDREALTOR First Avenue. month. Kitchen & maid service.FR WE WANT TO buy late model 328-1050 238 W. University
FURNISHED 2 large rooms first 17 PHONE MONEY.
floor private bath. and entrance. 22726.SEMIPRIVATE. used refrigerator. Exceptionally SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 FR 6-5371 IF YOU LIKE .

708 E. Univ. air high now given.
Mary for rent. term conditi WILSON'S EXCHANGE EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
AVAIL June 15. Air-cond, aerial. rooms 3B. S
eluding utilities. Call 6-2 or 111 S.E. 1st Street. Phone FR i LIKE THESE
No children no pets. 65. 406 NE YOU'LL
FR :
6.
6th St. 2071. SEEThe

DRIVE BY Moeller room at 1238V* W. Uni MOWER. High Wheel 6 hp LIU
LRGE
2 Room. bath apartments. Adults Ave. Hot and cold water son Rotary. Cuts light ,
Then telephone 372-3522 for an appointment couple or 2 gentlemen close in. \rity $35 for 1 2 weeds condition. NEW 1964 t x 96' one PRICES
to Inspect the Interiorof reasonable. Phone 2-4056. 304 N.E. FR persons 4-2641 $125. etc Excelet bedroom mobile home.
$40 month. or
this choice home located at Realtor 41h Ave.CLEAN person 2- YOU'REOFF
922 N.W. 36th Terrace. 3 bedrooms 6-2930. Mr. Haynes.Single KODACOLOR and at 4-
2 baths. Central Air Conditioning living room lust refurnished room adjacent to bath. Use BLACK 8. WHITE Classic 770.

built-in kitchen with 101 W. University FR 64171Member newly painted. 1 BR apt. of refrigerator and telephone. 1416 2 PRINTS for the PRICE of 1 MOBILE I HOMES, I 1963 RAMBLER Door automatic
at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per ,
dishwasher. Offered for $21000 Multiple Listing N.W. 12th Road. FR 6-2896. All sizes excep 35 mm BUTS
with good terms. MARY MOELLER. BROKER mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone $3.48 exp. roll INC. transmission radio heater Air. Power steering -
,
ASSOCIATES 6-2472. Weseman Realty. AIR CONDITIONED corner room of KODACOLOR ,

Foster Kessler for graduate or mature woman SUPPLY. INC. bucket teats.Beautiful .
E. W. Moeller RENT Duplex apartment. UNIV. CITY PHOTO 3761 brakes,
FOR power
,
ECONOMICALYour Dick Durbin $35 per mo. 1216 NW 1021 W. Unlv. Ave. Open t P.M. Closed $2595

choice of several 3 bedroom furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. stdent. or call 372.7MENWomefl. Sundays.A.U N. at city limits car. . . . .
Phone FR 2-4386. Pest Control Is NOW
FLORIDA
2 bath homes with easy FHA Gainesville Livestock
37 Real Estate ExchangedWILL Rooms and apart. across fr
their largest supply
boasting
terms. Qualified buyers can moveIn o
2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room :
102 NW 13th Also call M.ret. Cross Country wag-
ment. Near Campus. Seasonal Plants.
for as little as $450 down and and private bath.
living
f- room St. Phone FR or for decorative patio stones, bIrdbaths 1963 RAMBLER
376-10
Call Automatic
$86 per month. 3723522 today trade waterfront property on Phone 376-6512. 6-293 or any of your Vlrdenlngproblems. on. .
for best results. 12x22.
Santa Fe Lake for car. lost from EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $SO LARGE cool divided and room shower FLORIDA PEST CON. Raulerson WITHA transmission Air. Reclining seats.
'"' S1.2SO to $8,000. G. P. Rippey. month. Phone 481-2380. private entrance TROL GARDEN CENTER FR $2695
Ideal for
LAKE FRONTAGE residential
Mf'lrow. GR 5-5571. quiet are a-2661. NW 16th Av. Motors Low mileage. Nice .
.. 90 Acres on spring fed. sand bottom ERY attractive spacious. up. couple or stuets. and 2 .
lake. Approximately 4.000 stairs 2 BR furnished apartment. liens Phe 2-3191 or REFRIGERATOR $39; porch rocker 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
38 Real Estate WantedUF
front feet on water. Good Investment Only $70 per month. FR 65270. 2-03. $8; twin window fan $17; Classic, 550 4-

.. opportunity and comes com 705 N.E. 2nd St. cedar dlet $ stroller S9; 372-5285 1963 RAMBLERtransmission automatic
Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 rattan door S3; Door
bath. ,
plete with furnished 3 bedroom ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St$75 51-A Wonted To Rent $ scre. stove Home of A-l Used Cars
LIttlewood. Sept. Dr. N. Mantel porto-crib gas
s
cottage for your Immediate use. $1
Approximately 25 miles from 181 Kenville Rd. Buffalo, N.Y.. per mo. Call McKinney Green. wants 2-3 bed hl-chalr $ 5 PC. dinette CARS TRUCKSJEEPS radio, $2095

Gainesville. Price $45.000 with 29 215. Inc. Realtor. FR 2-3617. FAMILY house.of three below $100. Five bunk beds complete S14;novels rollaway Open Sunday 1 te S ,.m heaterAir . . . . .
r bed $10 pocket
:URN. Apartments close In. private ;
pet. down. resident Phone
.- 40 Business PropertiesFOR baths 4 entrances. 1 large. year ten .213 4 for 25 cents; used furniture
books and household rummage, all Firlane 500, 4-Door, ou-
$60 2 small $35. No children or in O
;
10 ACRES Boarders Wanted FRANK'S AUfO
52 at 511 GOOD FORD
.with comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath SALE LOOKING FOR A pets. 3763636. _ NW brgal "le Brant. CLINIC I70 y tomatie
residence. Concrete biock construction. FURNISHED 2 Bedroom mobile ROOM and Board girls. Private trans$1895
SOUND INVESTMENT? Duplex fo would like to share 1311 NW5thAve. radio heater .
.-2 ton aircondltloners for home private lot. water turn. $55 Phone Working gin mission, .
apt.. 1 mile west of Melrose, 25min. battWIshi M.ci Call FR
hot days ahead woodburnlng per mo. 2027 NW 32nd PL FR hs with same. Gainesville. Fla.
fireplace for cool winter days. from Gainesville. Access to 61180.FURNISHED. 6 afer 5 P.M.G. To all car owners. We nave Karmonn Ghia, Factory Air.
Beautiful wooded area with ravine semi-private lake as well as large REFRIGERATOR. $45; win AlvIn I
us now VW
children 54 Business Rentals E. K P" IVOO
Lake Santa Fe. Priced reasonably apartment. no
Radio heater
and small stream. Situated Oas H. Childs. Come ,
more I STARTWhen
1
at $12,000. G. P. Rlppey.Melro or pets. $60 per month. Ran. A 95
6 $21
Inside street.
city limits on paved ton T. V., gIve them a try.
Price I $30.800. I II I **. Fla. Phon 475-5571 See at 719 E. University Avenue. GARAGE 2nd St. Call space John tor rent Mil 6tt Real 4.W. at 222 SE.S 2 S P. Phone 6 Beautiful car . . . .

quiet apartment In nice '
CLEAN. tor. FR 21494.WAREHOUSE SALE 24
41 Residential Income FOR Enl
section. 1 block from Hotel Thom Vou | 500 Hard.
4.Dor,
ARNOLDREALTY i as. Good bed. front and back entrance or storage. 19 x 30* pedta Britani. CII 6-7 i OAO FORD

4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- screened porch. ceilingfan. $30 per mo.; 12 x 2 $17 perm attar 5:3 NEWFALCON I \jJm automatic transmission,
Joining rental property. 200 ft. water furnished. Adult couple Ph. 37675 a" S P.M. ; 75,000 BTU Duotherm oil heater
-- COMPANY frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd no pets. Available Juno I with blower g condition. $25. Radio heater, & 1695 1

Multiple Listing Member Ave. Will sell together or sepa 27th. Phone 6-3558. 56 Business Opportunities Phone power steering . . . .
372-3522
1219 W. Univ. Avenue rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-
turn. apt. Water Night Browsing at Treasure
FOR RENT 2 BR Friday
: Pete Sieg
Associates: .
203 SE EXCELLENT downtown Sincia i r Chest In Fairbanks. OLD TIMEYTHINGS
furnished. $50 per mo. Station
Caldwell F. W. Hodge YourFamily
Jane
,
-_Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo 9th St. Inquire at 215 SE 9th St. Si Station -open and do- odds and ends. Phone 100 1 PONTIAC Bonnevie
will tease responsible -
42 Farms & Acreage t Down 7O
Bab Kalkman Jimmy Greene Ph. 3720640.LARGE party with e 6-1m I wugon, automatctrnsmision
Iel'
HOME for sale by owner. Lot 3 room apartment. Available capitaL Slllil C Early American upholstered chair, payments e onl radio, heater, power steering,
175' 375'. Esther Williams ACREAGE at once. $58 Includes water Phone H 2-6512. small maple bc. Danish $ 1
305 NW 1st St. Call modern power owner.
N.E. 13tti and
swimming pool. 410 gas. clr. n
12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. s $1795'Like
Ave. Shown by appointment only. AP I'. 46 Suitable acres near for new country 376-2012 or 376-7S6U Univ. Ave. for tease. Opportune oak b case. Bl DO Mo. new . . . . .
club. apt. sites table
Call J. R. Crane. 372-3631. or 2 effWciency. In dining a cir lp Deal
fine homes. AIRCOOLED. large room ty for the right man to get Mr Persona

ARTIST-DESIGNED HOME near .- Utilities furnished. Coupleor the bowling Ille business with a ot h Ie Nelr. CALL SEEOSCAR

a Finley School. many unusual 12 acres W. of Gainesville on pave gentlemen. 15 SW 2nd PL sl o capital. Call FR Fuit S o Vacations 1961 FORD S2DM$895: : !

features. 3 BR. 2Vt bath tg.panriied ment. $6900.00 ADULTS only. One or two bed 6-261 or FR 6-23 A tor Mr. I Av. BRYAN
u 'study. Ig. LR wim CITIZEN BAND RADIOS
Call J. R. Crane. 372-3631. Hay
rooms. Shaw & Keeter
cathedral ceiling. sep. DR. Ig. 10 acres near Gainesville good ABSENTEE ownership makes neeessary New a Used $60 Falcon' Wagon Automatictransmission
K with dishwasher, la. screened land. $165.00 acre EFFICIENCY apartment completely local II Complete photo suppilesFULLER ,
sales popular 6-5371 FORD
FR 1961
e
porch carport AC. Lg. hedged furnished. electric stove andrefrigerator. o '$ FOTO INC j
hole Inquire
patio. beautifully landscaped MARY MOELLER. REALTOR private bath and Gainesville carpet P gl c. 619 W. Univ. Ave FR 2-0713 IN $1 095

shady lot. dead end street. Sept. 1019 FR 6-4471 entrance. AH utilities furnished. 0 B Radio, heater . . . '
1 occupancy. S22XX wit sua- University Located at 222S NE 7th St. $65 1400 FEET PAVED frontage-twsy SEWING MACHINES

stantial down payment. 831 NW NEWBERRY month. Phone 3722128. comer Inside city. USa Au SIn portable round bobbin WANTEDFOR
20th Terrace. By appointment ZONED SHOPPING CENTER Singer slant Sedan, Extra
I Acres. mostly Bahia S.9. glrentH : :
376-0567. pasture. FURNISHED garage apartment. 1961 RAMBLER ior
only. .
lifetime at
buy a
Call 1 s CASH
Only $2.000. or See. Conveniently located. adults only. o grae
.
_$14.775 UD ,ON YOUR LOT. Open S. E. SAPP REALTOR no pets. Cad FR 2-1823 or FR Singer Zig b wt dO' $1095

House Sundays. I to 6 P.M. Designed S.- NEWBERRY. FLA. 2-3794.' ARCH CPBEL REALTOR cams like $71.50. Wie. Nccchi Zag. GOOD HOUSES A i buy . . . . . .

.
& englMered l.0- n.
BE'MOVED
$ '. 2100 with zlg zag attachments buttontoler. TO
Homes
44li3.Steel Corp...&P..* &!tI. air cond.. Fordyce Acreage 46 Unfurnished Aprs. FOR SALE BY ONER two $54.ta. Ftiaff $57. Call PHONE 454-1650 4. Door, automatic

--brick veneer. 3 car garage. 1801 100 Acres. fenced and cross fenced. good bi Jlti wi tre 3H6'1 W. Unlv. Ave. Free HIGH 1 19-59 DESOTA trbnimission radio
free deliv ,
Alachua Homes. Nice 2 bedroom home. 12 miles iiwi SPRING
NW 36th Dr. BR duplex apt. fcitcnen 10 2 I c-1
Thomas FR from town. |lust off pavement. each, Can' J, B. Crl heater brakes Air
Frank
c.Call equipped. $60 per month on a w 5 mI power steering, power ,
4-6690. $27,500.00. years lease. Ph. 376-4372 days. U NEW
Must
I 1 see
376-7327 evenings. 61 Wanted Buy owner
i 2 bait t
bedroom.
This lovely 3 $895
103 acres. The most beautiful rolling
lot In Idylwlld. -I TIME to . . .
home on shady land with permanent pasture. $ rooms a\ bath downtown area, tor your used furniture refrat FIRST IN GAINESVILLE appreciate. ,

Includes a .Fla, room separate TYi miles. $450 per acre. retrig. & stove Adults. no pets. CS stoves. TVs. doth-
uining room. double carport water turn $68 per mOo FR 2- APT 11F11I Karmann, 2ooor

cent. beat draperies oak floOrS 3 acres wooded road frontage, per. 4621 or 372-1633. Service Canter 2-3. Wl' THE 12 WIDE 1 U *% f WiUw $795
RO
'! and more. .Existing mortgageless feet for mobile home.. $1400 cash. New' .2 bedroom duplex apartment OR 1 T J1111_ hardtop -. .. .
than $2aMO. JAaka otter for WANTED one W utility trailer. .
equity. 4012 S.W. 19tft ,SU..FRa902a. have the most farm for $75.00 per month. Call John G. P. I I. Mr Ftoriat.
We productive Used Cars
Merrill. Realtor. FR .. Phone Many Other to Choose From
_- *_ tn Alachua County. With everything MOBILE HOMEALSO
needed tor Row Croo Farm. 2 BR apartment large living room
LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath "WoodlandTerrace. COINS
irrigation Let tel kitchen equipped nice quiet tocation. WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT
Home fullT'appiIances plus system. us MANY
Want to buy. 1955 halfdollars. ,
'.Included.. Excellent condition. you about this.Fordyce No children or pets. Paying $di 15 A WIDE SELECTION OF 10 WIDES
Phone FR 2-4857. f 1. Pr USED
Easy financing. Call 3721793. Associates acts also buying an -

621 N.W.-.35tISt- LARGE 3 bedroom. I bam apart foreign Rebel t COM

fOR SALE BY OWNER 4'.87t .92' W. Unlv. 376-1236 .ment. Fxone 376-2910 between Shoo. l c. Unlv AI.. Federal Homes Inc. MOTOR

-.- batty.Jg. Fla. rrrKrvtnity area 40 acres In beautiful horse country 1:00 AJM. and ':00 PJM. RIDGWAY

** aeparaf51ItTh rttCr dInIngrns.ki0ch4vC'Wa1TW'safl Ui Marion. Co.-Call 372-5775 between TWO bedroom apt. available immediately 64 Household Goods Qult
9 A.M.. to $:30 P oM.. CO.
carpeting ; lower level of duplex 4820 (441 NORTH)
In HvlrtoTfnvTfrlass"sliding door ACREAGE J.5 10.acre tracts > stove and retrig situated LARGE watt-type od heater convpletery CAR

leedlrMpflJ '"x 24, patio fencedtacEjaxd. reasonable.,Cast or_terms. H. B.5tandrldg about 3 blks. off campus.. 1105 automatic with therm- SERVICE FIRST ALWAYS 1132 S. MAIN>ST. FR 2.8433

JJ2JJ&j2Ui ler. ... Rt U Box 49. Archer, NW 4th Ave. $M per. mo. Phone stat temperature control. $25. 207 .

tlt.VHL-, FU. FR H.W. 2lst Ter. Phone 372-OfOS.


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24 Gainesville Sun Thursday. June 18,

1964'T 1



LBJ Rejects ; Bobby's Services!! THIS SUNDAY-




L FOR FATHER'SWho
Sfaiu Hark iitmts the President wanted himto do of, speculation that the Presi- the President felt that the Ken- ]reasons in his telephone conversation -r ,

there. dent was on bad terms with nedy family had gone through with the Attorney GeneraL -i

By JAMES RESIGN The President telephoned him the Attorney General he denies enough sorrow in the last few 1 He merely thanked him I Want The Very Best

WASHINGTON Attorney( immediately and expressed this and
General Robert Kennedy has; with some feeling his gratitude opposing those who wanted Kennedy the anxiety of having its eldest I consider the suggestion.IN -

offered to serve in South VietNam for the Attorney General's offer to be the Democratic Party's surviving son and the Attorney Give

"in any capacity," but and his loyalty, but stated at vice-presidential nominee. General's large young familyin THE COURT OF THE COUNTY'

President Johnson has rejected once that he was not prepare In the light of this the Presi- a critical war zone. JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA 1 SLIPPERS BY

the offer and asked him to stay |to act on the suggestion. dent did not want to send the Johnson did not go into these IN PROBATE.IN .

at his present post.It There several reason Attorney General to Saigon and RE: Estate of

is understood that the question < were he felt he would LOUIS JACOB BURKHIM.
for this. First, the President be charged, as IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Deceased.
arose when the government him from ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA IN and Persons
be with banishing To All 'Creditors Having
what to do if wanted him to remain at the CHANCERY.NO. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate A)
considering
nominating
was the the country during the DIVISION : I dAN
during <
Justice
Department
Lodge's involvement in the conventions and the cam- THE GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK a You and each of you are hereby notIfied -
led to 1 hiS present critical phase of the corporation and required to present any claims i
election
presidential and demands which you or either of 1
sudden resignation.At civil rights problem., The administration paign. Plaintiff, you, may have against the estate of I 100 YEARS
is concerned about Third it is understood that VI. Louis Jacob Burkhim deceased late of I
that time, the Attorney said County to the County Judge of :
and BOUCHETTE. PATRICIA D.. a Single Machua County Florida, at his officein
racial conflict this summer: I
General wrote a letter to the NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE woman the court house of said County at SrgN A
during the election. Gainesville. Florida within six calendar D d
President that he would By virtue of an Execution Issued out Defendants.
saying
months from the time of the first publication -
there has been a loIN of the Court of Record of AlachuaCounty
Second
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go to Viet Nam to do anything Florida In the case of Goddard.Inc. NOTICE OF SALE of this notice. Each, claim or
versus William Owens d.b-a Florida demand shall be in writing and shall
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Radio* & T.V. dated May 9, 1963. I Notice is hereby given that pursuantto itate the place of residence and post
SALE office address of the claimant and shall
NOTICE OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 'NDFOR have levied upon the following property. the Final Decree of Foreclosure wq&Since
se sworn to by the claimant his or her
TO' Ethel Ma WillinjRoute ALACHUA COUNTYIN to wit: and Sale entered in the cause pendingin
4 Box 199. City CHANCERY. 1951 Chevrolet Panel Truck, Tag no. the Circuit Court in and for Alachua agent. his or her attorney and any
that the followIng such claim or demand not so filed shall
You are hereby notified MARY LUCILLE COLEMAN. 11GK 2103. Motor No. JAM115056. County Florida, case docket number
Ford
motor vehicle One (1) 1960 Serial No. SJJL2233 be void.
Plaintiff the undersigned Clerk will sell
will I be SHERRILL L. POWELL Jr. 1841
Calaxie ID No. VN51W103 vs. And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County. the property situate in said county
sale at am o'clock the 2nd day As administrator of the Estate of
sold at public PERRY JOE COLEMAN. Florida will on Thursday described as
at 15 As executor of the Last Will and
of June. 1964. the hours of
25th day between
on the Defendant. of July 1964 Lot Ten (10) of HIGHLAND COURT
NW 16th Ave. City. The first proceedsthe to the of DIVORCE AND CHILD CUSTODY 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m in front of the MANOR. UNIT NO. 2, as per plat Testament LOUIS JACOB of BURKHIM ) Radio Time: Brown Smooth 6.99B
will be applied the Courthouse at Games
of
sale NOTICE OF SUIT North door recorded In Plat Book "f", page 9
payment of the costs of retaking storing ville Alachua County. Florida, offer for "eceased.
TO. Perry Joe Coleman of the public records of Alachua
the First publication June 11, 1964 !
and sale of said motor vehicle and Route 3. Box 140 sale said property and sell the same to County Florida. ) Cherokee: Brown Smooth 8.99
notice of sand lle ([(34: ) 6:11, 11, 25, 7:2
of bidder for cash to satisfy
publication the highest
cost of Mt. Pleasant Texas Together with all structures and Improvements
1 the
then to the satisfaction of AND and pay said execution. fees and costs. now and hereafter on said .j
balance due under the contract covering. Post Office Box 17S The property having been levied upon land and fixtures attached thereto also
the financing of said motor vehie Pittsburgh Texas by me and will be sold as the property all gas steam, electric, water and B)
Any surplus will jibe paid to yourr You are hereby notified that a Suit of the defendant. other heating cooking, refrigerating
you will remain for any b llance. for a Divorce and Child Custody has; J. M. Crevasse Jr. Sheriff lighting I plumbing ventilating Irrigat
remaining unpaid under said contra been filed against you as a Defendant Alachua County. FloridaBy Ing, and power systems machines ap- Street Floor .
Arden Streit Motors. Inc. Plaintiff. Novalene M. Hoon D. S. ElectricalREWIRING
by Mary Lucille Coleman as pliances fixtures and appurtenances, Sh
14 N.W. 16th Avenue in the above Styled Court and Cause. (3381) <:4. 11. 18 25 which now are or may hereafter per DeS- Give the gift he'll cherish for
Gainesville.! Florida and you are required to file your tain to or be used with In, or on years.
oon 6:u Answer to the Complaint as filed therein said premises, even though they be I
CALL FOR BIDS with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA detached or detachable.
Sealed bids will be received by \the and for Alachua County. In Chancery.Courttouse. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND at public sale, to the highest and best I,
of Control un :00 P.M., July l Gainesville. Florida. and FOR ALAHUA COUNTY.IN bidder for cash between the hours of
,Board. 1964 at the off ttil' the Preside serve a copy thereof upon said Plaintiff's CHANCERY eleven o'clock in the forenoon and two 1 I Residential a Commercial
Tloert Hall. University of Florida. Attorney Barton T. Douglas, 103 North FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE o'clock in the afternoon on the 29th e Industrial I
Gainesville. Florida. at which time and Main Street Post Office Box 415. Gainesville ASSOCIATION a corporation day of June 1964 at the front door
all bids received will be publicly) Florida on or before July 13. Plaintiff. of the Alachua County Courthouse in I CALL
place and read aloud for furnishing 1964. and if you fall to do so a Decree vs. Gainesville Florida. I
opened all materials and labor for the con- Pro Con:esso will be taken against yen ROBERT E. HUTCHINSON and wife. Open 'Til 9 Thurs. & Fri.
struetion of: for the relief demanded in the Compiamt KAREN HUTCHINSON. DONE AND DATED AT Gainesville. C. P. Dressier
Lambda Chi Aloha Fraternity House: and thereafter said Cause shall proceedEx Defendants.. Florida, this 12th day of June, 1964. ;
/
Gainesville Florida Parte. NOTICE OF SUITIN J. B. Carmichael Clerk Electrical Contractor
Amount of Bid Deposit Witness my hand and seal of said THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Emily Waterhouse,
910 N.W. 4th
Court this 8th day of June. A.D. 1964 FLORIDA Deputy Clerk St.
V.000.00
Dept for Plans and Specifications at Gainesville. Florida.J. ro: Robert E. Hutchinson and wife. (COURT SEAL) Phone FR 65193FATHER'S
B. Carmichael Karen Hutchinson (3430) i:18
2000 : :
Bidders sending bids by mail I should Clerk Circuit Court. Eighth Residence Unknown
them to D. Nell I Webb. Zone Judicial Circuit .In and For You are hereby notified that a suit I
address
Architect. Board of Control. cc:0J. Alachua County. Florida in in equity has been brought against you
Reitz. President. University of Chancery FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
by
Florida Wayne Gainesville Fl I. Bids. If mail I (Court Seal) ASSOCIATION a corporation, in the tJ1tI
should be delivered to the above address By Emily Waterhouse Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit in
not later than one hour before bid' Deputy Clerk and for Alachua County. Florida and
opening : (34181 6:11, 18. 25. 7:2 I you are ,hereby summon ordered and 7-
All work shall be done In accordance IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA I required to file your written answer or
with the drawings and specifications i EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND defenses to the Complaint filed herein
prepared by Glenn D Moore. Jr., In: FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHAN: against you in the above entitled caueIn
association with Forrest M Kelley Jr.., CERY : the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
A.I.A. Architect to the Board of Control. HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Court In and for Alachua County. Flori
Work shall be done in accordance with LOAN ASSOCIATION,' da. In his office in the Courthouse In SUNDAY IS
there) the DAY SPECIAL I
contract documents pertaining Plaintiff I Gainesville. Florida on or before
which drawings. specifications and other v- 14th 'day of' July. A.D. 1964 and to'' .

contract document may he erured IIr LONNIE McELROY.and ELLA E. Mc., serve a copy. of such answer or defenses -.
contacting D. Neil Wet upon Gray. Chandler. O'Neal, Carlisle
examined by ELROY. his wife and GLENN S. HAND
Zone Architect. Board of Control BuiIno BROWN and AMY E. BROWN, his. & Avera Plaintiff attorneys herein SEWN LOAFERS iGWdMG
E. University of Florida, Gain wife whose address Is P. O. Box 44.
Gainesville. Florida on or before said
VilK. FlorIda. Defendants
.
General contractors may secure draw MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE date as required by the laws of
Inns and specifications for a deposit of NOTICE TO DEFEND If you fail to do so. a Florida'j
set with a limit Of two sets Confesso will be entered
S2000
per STATE OF FLORIDA TO: i
per contractor. The cost of each set Amy E. Brown for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ;f SPECIAL PURCHASEFAMOUS
bidder further notified that the natureof
be refunded to the upswill Whose Resident and Post Office You are
his return of the documents to the Unknown said suit Is a mortgage foreclosure.
Address
is
Zone Architects office WITHIN 14 days It Is hereby ordered that this order r-
AND
after bid date This deposit what) I be Lonnie: McElroy and and notice shall, be published once a'' MAKEMEN'S \
the monetary consideration of the bl' Ella E. McElroy. his wife week for four consecutive weeks in the L 9.90
ders agreement hereinafter referred to.. Whose Residence and PostOffice Gainesville Daily Sun a newspaper published SHORT SLEEVED ,
General contractors subcontract in Gainesville Alachua County.

material dealers and other Interest sets, You Address are hereby is unknown notified that HART.' Florida and having a Florida.general circula- %:% ':. Reg. 11.99 to 13.99
parties may secure full or partial tion in Alachua County.
AND LOAN
FEDERAL SAVINGS
paying FORD hand Clerk of the DRESS SHIRTS
of plans and specifications by I WITNESS my as -
Com
ASSOCIATION has filed Its sworn .
the printing and handling costs of plan said Circuit Court of Alachua County.
at the rate of SI.00 per sheet cost 1 ilaint in the Circuit Court of Alachua Florida and the seal of the said Courtat
refundable, and by depositing t1'sum County Florida against you seeking Gainesville Alachua County. Florida
not
of $1000 for specifications: whit I he foreclosure of that certain mortgage on this this day of June A.D. 1964 c-i WHITE OR STRIPED..
,
Records Book 155
Official
ecorded in
.
cost Is refundable. upon return of the J. B Carmichael. Clerk
specifications In aood condition WITI Page Sod of the Public Records of By Emily Waterhouse TAB. BUTTON-DOWN &
DAYS AFTER BID DATE. klachua County Florida, covering the Deputy Clerk
IN 14 REGULAR COLLAR STYLES.
following described property to wit:
Each bid must be submitted In strict (Court Seal
accordance with the Proposal Forr. Lots Thirty Seven (37) and Thirty- (3417) 6:11. 18, 25. 7:2
proposal form Eight (38) Of Block 'C". Oak Hill !
fully completed, which i r ORIG. 2.99-3.99
,
Subdivision as per plat recordedIn
Will be shown In the specifications.CONTRACTOR Plat Book "A". Page 161 of the I j

IF ANY GENERAL A BONA FIDE BID Public Records of Alachua County. '
FAILS TO SUBMIT
HIS DEPOSIT CHECK SHALL .BE. FOR. Florida I f fm : SALE
FEITED Your are further notified that the J.C.MAY' Brown or $7
Each bid shall be accompanied by return day of this Notice to DefendS

or Certified.Bank Cashier's.Draft on Treasurer's any National Chec or). June said 29. date 1964 serve and you a copy shall of on your orbefore lU ANQ I Iw Black j 1.99 ;

State Bank Certified checks shall have lefense. if any upon Lowry & Andrews.

State Checks documentary shall be made stamps payable attached 1 to. is attorneys P. O. Box for 390.Plaintiff Gainesville., whose Florida.address Aufe A to D WidthsA L, ':: "

BOARD OF CONTROL In the sum'' and immediately thereafter file the orIginal : "i::
1:
named above as a guarantee and with!< of same in the office of the Clerk y .t< Hence ,
of the Circuit Court of the above styled
agreement that the bidder will not _
an
revoke or cancel his bid. or withdrew Court otherwise a Decree Pro Con- -" le PRACTICAL GIFT FOR FATHER ON HIS
competition for a period (of tsso will be entered against you. Business
from the
30 days after the opening of bids IInd WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit DAY. SAVE UP TO 4.09 PER PAIR.Wen's .
contract Is : Judges of the Eighth Judicial '
that In the event the e Llfe
Ircuit of Florida well the
he wilt, within as as
awarded to the bidder
after It I Is Clerk of the Circuit Court on this 26th street Floor' O
10 consecutive calendar days
submitted enter Into written central day of May. A.D. 1964 215 N.E. Shoes_ PMEN'S
J. B. CARMICHAEL. CLERK
with the Board of Control In accordant 1st Street
with the accepted bid. and give to t1'Board By Emily Waterhouse FR 2-3576
Deputy Clerk : @
of Control a contract performance
bond with good (;Court Seal) \
and payment surety
3369) 5:28. 4:4. 11. 18 BANLON KNIT .
to the
and sufficient sureties satisfactory :- I II Ii Ii .
JUST IN TIME FOR
Board of Control in the amount i of
100 per cent of the accepted bid. The 5
SHIRTS & SOCKS SETS
bidder's said agreement Is Incorporate
In the Proposal Form. The cost of the \t
bond shall be Included as a part of
the bidder's base bid. Small, Medium Cr Large
'
Bidders' qualifications must be sail- '
factory to the Board of Control. The Red Beige Black & White ="I .
,
Board of Control reserves the right to
waive Informalities In any bid. to ree<
any or all bids or to accept any bid gp1.
and such alternates that in its tudgmer SET 4.99
will be for the best Interest of the i i
State of Florida. I /
Drawings and specifications Will be -
I Issued only by. and all questions vela.. i
live to bidding shall be directed to D.Neil I II SPECIAL PURCHASEMEN'S
Webb. Zone Architect. Building E. I
University of Florida. Gainesville. FU. I rd &

2)92.Telephone number 373261. Extension "--. .111
IY
BOARD OF CONTROL ALL LEATHER
By: Dr. J. B. Culpepper ATC

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