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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Going No. 299 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, ,FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1964


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e I.I' "I II'tj s .{ .. a OkayedBy purpose has been accomplished.

In a simple, dignified statement issued late this morning Dr.
JEAN CARVER Edwin Andrews announced that he would not appeal yesterday's
circuit court decision upholding Byron Winn's 46-vote victory over
> Son Staff WriterDr.
a "' the Gainesville physician in the March city election.
Edwin Andrews lost his
Here is his statement
5 election suit in circuit court :
i yesterday. "My purpose has been accomplished. Irregularities in both
t registration and voting procedures in this election have been
Circuit Judge George Pat
brought to the public's attention. Holding a seat on the City Com-
ten denied Andrews' motion fora
__ mission was only of secondary importance.
summary decree and granteda
"These facts have been certified the Grand
w to by Jury findingsand
decree to Commis-
W summary Judge Patten's final decree (paragraphs 4 and 5)).
sioner Byron Winn and the City
1 Canvass Board. "This decision I accept in good grace and with no feeling of
x malice to the defendant Mr. Winn.
The action confirmed Winn's45vote
R win over Andrews in "I have no intent of appealing this case as further efforts on

the March 17 Gainesville elec my part or the City would in my opinion not be justified nor
serve any further useful purpose.

tion.The judge's ruling acknowl- (See APPEAL on Page 2))

f 4 y edged irregularities in the elec-
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w I W( tion and registrations but determined -

Wr a that discarding all the Site
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ww. votes in the questioned pre-
r cincts would be unjust.
t ., "Certain irregularities did occur -
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17, 1964, Gainesville election,
f -Soil Photo by Tammy Lewis For HallBy
His own best customer (above), Ernie Eoler Jr., 2)i. as well as in the registrationof City
year-old proprietor of an ice cold Kool-Aid stand, voters prior thereto," Judge
the wares. Then, practicing the theory that a smile Patten's decision issued yester-

a friend for his business, Young Ernie makes a sale day afternoon read. "While the JEAN CARVERSun ber one priority recommendation -
11-year-old Mike Canney (who just happens to be a Court does not condone the ir- Staff Writer to the city commission is

1 r:' ner in the business). Canney is the son of Mr. and !\ .... regularities, it is of the opinion the intersection of S. W. 2nd
:; Robert D. Canney who live in FlaVets II. : :,,: "l vs; ? that to discard or invalidate all Although they agreed on a Street and S. W. 1st Avenue,
.., I _votes cast in the precincts in- city hall site in executive session which includes part of the First
1 > volved in this action would be last night members of the Federal parking lot.

E"M an unjust deprivation of the City Plan Board said little this The Plan Board's decision was

Rights Okay right of franchise to the many morning except that their numNew unanimous, Chairman Arnold

t I : who cast their votes and about" Butt said this morning.
i which there is no contest. The property is between S.W. '\
The ruling further concluded: Quake 2nd Street and S. W. 3rd Street

"It is the opinion of the Court ,and -is'' bordered by S. W. 2nd .
: that the plaintiff's (Andrews)' Ups Damage Avenue extending 308 feet up to
: I Likely Todayf .suit has served a useful"purpose the intersection with S. W. 1st
in that attention has bee' Avenue.

called to and centered on certain In JapanNIIGATA Appraised value of the property
imperfections in the regis- (using 100 per cent val-
I (AP) Ending its long
f trations and voting and
f process AP- uation) is $176,460. The bond issue -
: ,, debate the Senate is expected to pass the civil rights the proper officials should take Japan (
by nightfall today. Another earthquake rocked this allocated $200,000 plus the
such remedial action as
The House is poised to start action on it be may northern port city tonight as it value of the Citizens Bank prop.

I.. .' so**that. !t. can! be in President Johnson's hand by July ) Registration necessary. Supervisor Mrs. struggled with the aftermath ofTuesday's erty city., already owned by the
I senate leaders said a survey quake-Japan's most
\/ Alma Bethea was tearfully happy violent in 40 (See CITY HALL on Page 2))
showed about four hours of years.
},, yesterday when she learnedof .
$ Plan Board weakenedon
speeches are left and estimated the Patten ruling from her Buildings already
: this would mean final passage attorney, Richard Wilson. Tuesday suffered damage.But .

by 6 p.m. : : "This is just wonderful," she there were no immediate.
Tables
of deaths in H
i All 100 senators are expected or smiled. reports new or

to be on hand including ailing : Winn said he was pleased but juries.

Sen. Clair Engle, D-Calif. It was On ZoningZoning not surprised at the ruling."I The Central Meteorological
i predicted that 75 or more would felt that the judge reflectedhis Agency said the new quake
; vote for passage. when he rejectedthe centered in the Sea of Japan off
thinking
1 ; "I'm hoping for 77 or 78," discussions on t report the for Niigata, struck the port on the
grand jury
j ; said Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, pieces of land on N.W. "I northwest coast with a force of 3 ,.
explained.
D-Minn., the bill's floor manag- Street mentioned as a mer mayor agree on the Japanese scale, which
I with the
? site for a "shopping center judge. has a maximum of 7..
The decision be a fore.
I er.The leaders obtained 71 votesto ilar to Sears" were tabled in may James Kynes' Tuesday's disastrous quake

impose the debate-limiting week last night by the cast similar Attorney election suit in Tallahassee which spread death and destruction

r cloture last week. But some of Plan Board. that used alleged election over 200 miles of Japan's
A: t the 29 senators who were Spokesmen for the two irregularities in Alachua north west coast, was rated at
.1 I against cloture have announced owners and residential 5.
they will be in the "aje" column bors who have vigorously County contesting as a primary Earl Faircloth'sSee groundsfor The new quake hit as Niigata

; today. tested any zoning change in firemen were bringing under
i The House scheduled a session past asked for more time by August ( ANDREWS on Page 2)) control a raging oil fire, set
'Y ; today so it could be ready to receive continue attempts to find a then must ablaze by the earlier tremor. -
the bill back from the Sen- tion agreeable to all any changes Turkish Head U.S. Air Force planes para LAYFIELD
ate as soon as the vote is taken. F. W. Knight of Knight's the millage chuted another 14 tons of fire
House leaders said they even sery, is asking for retail Forced Out .. fighting chemical foam to Niiga- Lt. Layfield
would meet Saturday if neces- ness zoning for the south i c rea s e, the ta's weary firemen at dusk. A ,
sary should Senate action come the block bounded by .\ ;: School Board ANKARA, Turkey (AP) pilot said a block-square store InvestigatorHere
too late. Street, N.W. 11th Avenue. Prime Minister Ismet Inonu age tank complex on the water
Southern House members al- 12th Street and N.W. 12th tax rolls in failed to win clearcut support front was still burning fiercely, DiesThe
ready have announced they will nue. The property is now assessed from Parliament today on his shooting flames 300 to 400 feet
I force the bill into the Rules residential professional. $87 million in government's handling of the into the air, as his plane madea chief criminal investigator
Committee, presided over by Kirkpatrick and Pierson, in 1962. Cyprus Issue and announced he pass over the.stricken city.A of the Alachua County Sheriff's -
veteran Howard W. Smith D- development firm ask for which hurt intended to resign. few minutes before the new office Lt. Harry L. Lay-
S Va., an opponent of the civil same zoning change in their from 1961 Inonu, who formed a minority quake, N gata's fire chief said field, died shortly after 9 o'
rights bill. quest for adjacent land tax base in government at Christmas time the fire was being contained in clock this morning of an appar
It will take a number of daysto ed by N.W. 13th Street, Smith, last year had been scheduled to the ocean-front refinery area ent heart attack. He was 45.
pry the bill out of that groupif 11th Avenue N.W. 12th assessor at go to Washington this weekendto where more than 90 storage Layfield lived at 1012 NE 1st
Smith balks at prompt action, and N.W. 12th Avenue.In could not confer with President Johnson tanks went up in flames after Ave. with his wife Elizabeth.He .
and House leaders want the previous discussions ( ) Claude on the Cyprus crisis which Tuesday's quake. had walked a few steps into
I time to begin running as soon the plan board where ( ) was tax as- involves communal fighting be- The quake ripped across an the office of Dr. George F.
as possible.The was also tabled and the tween Cypriots of Turkish de- 11 prefecture area, killing a Robertson to keep a dental ap-
;
Senate has adopted more erty owners amended their are scent and those of Greek descent known total of 25, injuring more pointment when the attack hit
l (See.RIGHTS on Page 2) quests from shopping cent of mar The latter far outnumberthe than 400 and leaving thousands him, the dentist reported.See .
said. former.I homeless. ( LAYFIELD on Page 2))
i (See PLAN BD. on Page )



f'':'i I jBarry': :- Lets Chips- Fall With Swipe at Rights Bill"He



::- Senate as "what was once considered to be the greatest delibera- saved his honor," one of his Republican colleagues in the
'" ... ". ,. 2fr in lurk ittmrll tive body on earth," that he antagonized members of his 'own Senate said Thursday, "but he may have lost the nomination."
."r, ----- .--- By JAMES RESTON party who were about to acquiesce in his nomination for the Most of the Republicans were not prepared to go this far,
v+.:.' --: WASHINGTON Sen. Barry Goldwater's decision to .vote presidency.The but they were in'general agreement that his speech has envenomed
e against the civil rights bill has clearly widened the split Krthe .the debate and encouraged those in the Republican party who are
? Own Party Republican Party and may very well have strength- senator's sincerity and depth of feeling before an attentive trying to get delegates to leave him In favor of GOT., William W.
-q --y-- ened those who oppose nomination as the Re- audience were perfectly obvious. He emphasized that be was -- Scranton of Pennsylvania. _
::: publican presidential nominee. Analysis: .alterably. opposed to discrimination or segregation .on the basis of enight senator himself seemed to realize, that his stern stand
j.p ::- There was admiration in the Senate for the sen1 'hat The race color or creed, or on any other basis" but he added Plat his be costly."If -

ator's frankness, but he not only took a position: News hopes of a. good civil rights bill bad been "shattered when ,it be- my vote is misconstrued, let It' be,"' he said. "and let
ered. By against the Republican majority and leadership in came apparent that emotion and political pressure not persuasion, .me suffer its_consequences.: Just let me be judged in thisrjn the real
t. .
.. the Senate, but seemed to be attacking the Senate Means not common sense, not deliberation, bad become the rule of!the concern I have voiced here and byword'that others may speakor
-- itself for preparing to put into law "provisions which day and of the processes,of this great body." by what others may' say about' what I think.."

.::::: ',.,..., fly in the face of ,the Constitution and which require For.weeks on end while Goldwater was off campaigning, the By this uncompromising and critical provision, the senatorwas
.;;.,..6. .-' for their effective execution the creation of a police' state.1 Senate has been laboring to find a compromise on this most undoubtedly saying bluntly and courageously what many

Derisive Tone The Senate in general, and the Republicans in particular, intricate and delicate, of national social, problems... And it was members of his party have felt' but' have hesitated to say in
would have understood a simple announcement of opposition. clearly resented by members of his own party that here was the public. Yet* by saying so clearly and sharply what he so obviously
:j V4QI-* 0 Indeed, be would undoubtedly have been attacked as a hypocriteby senator from Arizona appearing at the end to declare that the believed, he also made it difficult to arrange a,',compromise on the
"
r'. .
'.. --. liberal members his own and the Democratic Party if, in work approved by all but between five and 10 Republican senatorswas civil rights platform bis party must write before it picks a presI-

.,{tlI: ..-.. the light of his past statements, be bad done otherwise, but he unconstiutionalr dangerous, and produced in an emotional and dential nominee in San Francisco next month.

> """...Ji. ,1.-#!'. was so sharp In his criticism of the bill ,ad w derisive: of the ,political, atmosphere;. '(-See BARRY n'Page- 2) t
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t !_ Gainesville Sun, Friday June 9, 1964.t .



t: l H :VWhat f the Rights Bill Will Mean Civil. Rights Bill, ; :




; WASHINGTON (AP )- The' a department"storejvith a restaurant -' plainanf is unable to bear the ment to investigate civil rights I by an individual or a commission -ed to compile registration and At '

} civil rights bill due "'asiae'b3' ',in it. expens of the suit or that filing violations. member.In voting statistics in geographicareas a GlanceWASHINGTON

I the Senate preserves all the Any establishment must be the suit would jeopardize the Procedural safeguards are states that have their own recommended by the

framework of..the. House measure -' open to all persons personal safety, employment or added for persons who might be fair employment laws, 60 days Civil Rights Commission, in-
S but contains more than 100 economic, standing of the per involved in commission investi- must be allowed for state action cluding a count based on race, AP-Here) at and of public facilities such as
Proprietor-operated lodging a glance are the features of the
changes in details. gations. There must be 30 days before a case can be filed with color and national origin.No parks, playgrounds and swimming
1 houses with five rooms or less son.Schools civil rights bill due
The Senate versIon. is expected for rent and private clubs are Title 4 advance notice of hearings, all the federal commission. This person is required to disclose the Senate: passageby plaints pools from upon individual receipt citizens.of com

to be the one sent to. .President -I exempt. When the attorney general re, witnesses shall have the rightto would be extended to 120 days his race or political affiliation Establishments offering food, Federal financial and technical
Johnson for his signature in be represented by counsel during the first of a new or how he voted.
year
ceives a complaint writingand
I Individuals could _bring injunction lodging, gasoline and entertain-(aid also is authorized.A .
::1 since House leaders have indicated suits to enforce their believes it meritorious, he and any person defamed by state law. Intervention, Title 9 ment to the public must serveall Community Relations Serv.
the Senate revisions testimony shall have the If the commission is unableto The general is authorized
rightto -
are may bring public school integration attorney without discrimination.
rights under this title. The court persons -ice is established in the Depart-
l acceptable to them. produce evidence in reply. obtain voluntary to intervene in civil
suits. compliance, any .
could,name an attorney for the Owner-occupied rooming ment of Commerce to assist local -
!r 1 These are the major provi. complainant and authorize the He must decide that the Federal Aid Title 6 the complainant may file an in- rights case brought under the\houses with five or less rooms I communities in resolving

S sions of the Senate bill: suit without payment of''costs. I parents or the prospective stu- No American, on grounds of junction suit. The commission 14th Amendment if he certifies for rent are exempt.Discrimination disputes.The .

I Voting Rights-Title I The attorney general could in- 'dent is unable to bear the expense -race, color or national origin, can recommend that the attor- it to be of, general public im in employmentis life of the U.S. Civil

I The 1957 and 1960 civil rights tervene in behalf cf the com of the suit or that filing can be excluded from the bene- ney general intervene on behalfof portance.. prohibited. The ban applies 'lo Rights Commission is extendedto

laws on voting rights are broad- plainant. the suit would jeopardize their fits of any program receiving the complainant. Another provision states thata employers, labor unions, hiring Jan. 31, 1968, and its investi-

ened in these ways: If the attorney general finds personal safety, employment or federal aid. Funds must be cut I The court may appoint an at- defendant'who has sought removal -' halls and employment agenciesand gation powers are broadened.The .
economic off in case of a violation. torney for the complainant and of a state court suit to
The states would have to apply -that a pattern of resistance to standing. ,' covers hiring, firing, pro attorney general may in
uniform standards to all applicants -the title exists, he may file an I Orders by a court or federal Federal agencies must hold a authorize the case to be filed a federal District Court on the I motions, pay and other condi- tervene in behalf of the govern
immaterial errors injunction suit. official to transport children to hearing before any funds are !without payment of fees. ground he would be denied his tions of employment. ment in injunction suits broughtby
t shut off, and must notify Con- is included civil rights in the state court; Authority is for
1 would not count a 6th-grade States which have public accommodations -,try to achieve a racial balancein Specific language provided cut- individual citizens.
S education would create a presumption laws would be schools are barred. gress 30 days before action is to make it clear that racial may appeal to the federal Court I ting funds for federal aid programs I A person with a 6th-grade education -
taken. quotas shall not be used in enforcing I of Appeals a federal District if discrimination is foundin is presumed to be liter-
It I, of literacy literacy given 30 days to act on a complaint The U.S. commissioner of education -
I. tests must be in writing and before a federal suit is authorized to give The title exempts the mort- the title and that it is I Court order returning the case their administration by stateor ate for purposes of voting in

I copies of the test and an indi could be brought.In technical help to school boardsin gage insurance and guarantee not intended to disturb merit or U to the state court.Community local authorities.The federal elections. Other provisions .

I L_ I vidual's answers must be furnished I states which have no such preparing integration plans, programs of the Federal Hous- seniority systems.The Relations, Title 10 attorney general is empowered are designed to afford additional

on request.If laws, the court may refer the to arrange for institutes to train ing Administration and the Vet- commission could be set Such a service is established to bring suits for the protection against

I the attorney general finds case to the Community Relations school personnel in dealing with erans Administration. up as soon as the bill becomes :in the Commerce Department integration of public schools I discrimination.

''i.;: a pattern of discrimination in Service established by the desegregation problems, to pay Employment, Title 7 law, but the enforcement pow to try to help local communities.-

r: I voting exists, he or a defendant bill for a maximum of 120 days those attending such institutesand Discrimination by an employer ers would not take effect for one resolve racial discrimination More About

'- may obtain a court hearing. for an effort at voluntary com- to make grants to school union or employment agen- year after the effective date of disputes.

t ? Voting cases must be given pliance. boards for local training of personnel cy because of race, color, re- I the act. Jury Trials, Title 11

'j highest priority. Public Facilities, Title 3 and hiring specialists. religion, national origin or sex, I For the first year the enforce- Defendants in 'criminal con- Rights

:' Public Accomodations, Title 2 When the attorney general receives Rights Commission, Title 5 is prohibited in the hiring, firing, ment powers are operative, tempt cases charged with viola-

p Establishments offering food, a complaint in writingand The agency's life is extendedto promoton and job referral of businesses and unions with 100 tions of injunctions obtained under From 1

.s lodging, gasoline or entertain- believes it meritorious, he Jan. 31, 1968. workers.A or more employes and members all titles of the bill except Page

ment must serve all persons may bring an injunction suit to It is authorized to investigatevote five-member Equal Oppor- would be covered. In the next voting rights shall be entitledto than 100 amendments to the I confidence the bill would reach

: without discrimination. desegregate parks, play- frauds in federal electionsand tunity Commission shall be year it would be 75 or more, jury trials. For voting rights original version passed by the the White House before July 4.
Also covered are barber shops grounds, swimming pools, libraries to serve as a national clearing II named by the President to receive -the next year 50 or more, and the 1957 law still applies. It pro- House 290 to 130 on Feb. 10 but :

S I within a hotel, and establish and similar public fa house for information on I investigate and seek to after that 25 or more. vides a jury trial if the penalty has preserved all its essential Twenty.nine senators took the

ments which have one of the cilities. I equal protection of the laws, in settle complaints of job discrim- Statistics, Title 8 I exceeds 45 days in jail or a $300 elements. floor Thursday to make their

four types within them, such as He must decide that the corn- ,addition to its previous assign' ination. Complaints may be filed The Census Bureau is directiBCDEFGHIGen I fine. final statements for or againstthe

I House sponsors have said they bill and, in some instances,

:were willing to accept the Senate to disclose how they would vote

Motel Pool More About Weather RoundupZONE changes and Speaker John i on passage.
IntegrationTry.Erupts' :W. McCormack D-Mass., voiced
The most dramatic announce-

Layfield ment came from Sen. Barry

Ll \ More AboutBarry ,Goldwater, R-Ariz., front.run-

: fci 'in Violence From Page I B/, :ning candidate nomination.He for his party'spresidential

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I He never regained consciousness. _. .... ended
the
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ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) proposal," said Dr. Martin will never yield to stipulationsset ... \ ..1Uat speculationabout

t .. I -Negro integration leaders, rejecting Luther King Jr., after rejectingthe forth by outside groups," he ZONEA \-....._. ._. he his would position by announcing -
Lieutenant Layfield was born reluctantly voteUno"
offer of truce session said. .
I an a on special grand jury
I I the heels of renewed racial vioI presentment Thursday callingfor Fifty-seven more demonstrators Nov. 29, 1918 in Gilchrist Coun- through- Saturday Partly cloudy Isolated and afternoon warm 'S'1 \ From Page 1 because he felt two key
\' and evening thunder showers. Low sections of the bill '
ty near Bell. He joined the "fly in the
F ]lence, said they would offer a 30-day truce. including 16 rabbis and a tonight 72 to 78, high Saturday 88 to ,..t .1 eLUal.le.
sheriff's office in May, 1956. 94. Variable mostly south 10 to 18 ."'- t\ \wMiioS Specifically, he not only face of the Constitution." Theseare
I their truce terms State Sen. Verle Jewish .
; own today. Pope, a layman, went to jail mile' winds.i >) /\ \ broke with the '
I.--w However, the white population spokesman for the business- Thursday-pushing the total arrests Lieutenant Layfield was born iG Republicaneader the public accommodationsand

1 E I angered by an attempt of men's group, said the demon- for the week to about 250. Nov. 29, 1918 in Trenton. He erally fair through Saturday EIjx..... in the Senate, Everett employment titles.
McKinley Dirksen of Illinois
..*. Negroes to integrate a plush strations Wednesday night and Most remained in jail. joined the sheriff's office in except a few afternoon or and the ,

:. white motel swimming pool, indicated Thursday indicate a lack of A melee erupted Thursdayafter May, 1956. early evening showers. Low v I Republican leader in Debt Limit
I ft they might not be ,will- good faith among the Integra- five Negroes and two Chief Deputy Lou H i n d e r y tonight low 70s, high Satur- % : Indiana, who had helped produce

..:.:, $' ing to listen. tionists. white integrationists jumped in speaking for the sheriff's office, day in Is.) Variable mostly : '? the legislation, but he

I ; I "We will make. .a counter- "The people of St. Augustine a swimming pool at Monson called the death a tragic loss.' southeast through south-west put himself on this issue dire t- Next Piece

-g f fr Motor Lodge-a prime target of He said the investigator had 5 to 15 mile winds.J ly in opposition to positions I
wIA.1. J
been about three fair Satur stated by former President
: I More About demonstrators. hospitalized Generally through .
r I, : Manager James Brock pushedand months, but "he just wanted to day.Saturday Low 83 tonight on beaches upper, 90 70s,Inland.high II; Eisenhower, whom he saw Of BusinessWASHINGTON I

r. \ pulled some of the rabbis. come back to work; he could' East winds.K .and southeast t to 15 mile Thursday afternoon, and whose I

t JudrewS.: .= An offrduty policeman yanked n't stay off the job." Mostly fair through Saturday. open opposition he has been AP
..; Low tonight around 10 high Saturday ( ) The
ftII off his shoes, leaped into the Sheriff Joe Crevasse, awayon 88. East and south east 10 to 15 trying to avoid. Senate has another \
: j pooljmd began grappling with a business trip to Miami, mile winds. GAINESVILLE WEATHER: urgent piece
,. F..t-D.a ae-- At no time did he indicate of business to take up soon
\ _. : ,, t:) .. onewhitemanTBrock was notified this morning and TEMPERATURES ELSEHWERE Municipal Airport readings
containers of High Low Prtclp.' for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: that others in his party might after it disposes of the civil
599-vote victory over The attorney -election code and election pro- muriatic dumped acid, a cleansing fluid is Gainesville.reported en route back to Miami Jacksonville 85 c 73 81 J7 High 97 at 2 p.m., low 69 at have held different views justas rights bill-legislation to raise (I

I r general. cess as he prepares his recommendations -for pools, into the water. It was Tampa New Orleans 95 76 74 1.04 4-6 a.m. Rainfall and UtilityPower sincerely as he did, or that the national debt ceiling by $9
S to the city commis- to About three years ago, he New York : 65 Station .17 inches. they had labored to find legislation -billion to $324 billion.
) A pretrial conference jn.the sion. not strong enough cause was appointed chief of the crim- WashingtonChicago 87 72 .03 The House the
: to meet a host of vexatious passed legisla.
Kynes-Faircloth suit-'is'."Sched- burns when diluted by the wa- .f : 77 ,
inal investigation division of Kansas City 87 t9 1.08 Sunset today ALMANAC. ............. 7:33 social dilemmas.He tion 203 to 182 Thursday aftera
has 60 to
uled for Monday i in'Tallahassee. Andrews days appeal Denver 79 51 p.m.
ter.The the sheriff's office. Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5 29
Ft. Worth : a.m. stiff battle.
Patten's decision. two white swimmers, 93 76 .. ,...... partisan Twenty-
7 City Attorney Osee Fagan, Judge Moonset tomorrow 2:38
Funeral arrangements will Los Angees: 70 60 a m. simply attacked what had I
hotel Seattle Full Moon .. .. _.......... June 24 eight Democrats crossed over,
the S8
? who presented a major ,portionof registered guests at be announced by Jones-Johnson 50 The planet, Venus, today Is almost been done as unconstitutionaland while
the arguments jn. the, two- were the Rev. Al Lingo, a recent Funeral Home. CEDAR KEY TIDES directly between the Earth and the no Republican backed the
More About Sun. Venus Is less dangerous.
than 27
q month court case given .by the graduate of a seminary, 1:54 Saturday p.m. -Low High at 4:22 at 10:19 a.m. am.and 5:29 and miles away today the nearest million it will "My basic objection ot this debt limit boost, which would
three attorneys representing the and Peter Shiras, headmaster of p.m. be this year. apply through June 30, 1965.
canvass board, Mrs. Bethea an Episcopal school in Washington. More About 5:09 Sunday a.m. and- High 6:12 at 10:57 a.m. Low at EAST GULF MARINE: Variable FORECAST winds 5 to measure is..constitutional. But, Unless the Senate acts by ''I
I p.m.
Plan Bd. 15 knots Through Saturday. Fair. in addition, I would like to
July 1, the debt limit will
w and Winn, said he had "nothingto I drop
I
say, really" about yester The bathers pulled from the point out to my colleagues in automatically to $285 billion,
HallFrom ForecastTemperatures
Five-Day the Senate and to the
"
day's ruling. From Page 1 pool and arrested by police were: City America of peopleof their well below the actual debt

"Certainly it establishes Mr. charged with breach of the will average[mal high ranges from 88 to 92 regardless Prompt action is expected.
: race, color or creed, the implications -
',. Winn as city commissioner untilan zoning to retail business, the peace, trespassing and resisting Page 1 ,.three degrees above normal dur.ng with the low in the 70s. Rainfall involved in the enforcement If Congress fails to act, the t
arrest with violence. Bond was will be in Treasury would be forced to
court change light widely scattered
appellate might land owners said they were exploring the five-day period of
ending regulatory legislationof
this decision- he noted. plans to dev lop: thearea set at $400 each.A I' Plan Director David God- showers with local afternoon halt all borrowing immediatelyand I
Wednesday. Minor this sort.
I He also added that steps are into a shopping center nightly march, composed of I schalk said the site was selected day to day showers producing about one probably would have (10 default
about 195 stopped in I changes were forecast. The nor-linch. "To give genuine effect to the
S already being undertaken to complex, "similar to a Sears persons I because of its great oppor- prohibitions of this bill will on some of its obligations
Hosea
where require -
front of Monson's
"put to rest any question about shopping center." tunity for total redevelopmentof within two weeks.
what the law is in Gainesville Williams of Savannah, Ga., be- the downtown area. the creation of a federal
More than a year ago, at- police force of mammoth
who votes where gan a speech. "This isn't isolated pro- I
regarding just an <@bttuarte!
Street Red Aid
they vote and precinct boun- tempts to rezone 13th Sheriff L. 0. Davis, interrupted site," Godschalk explained. portions. Pact
property for a Sears shopping saying: "You wanted to The question raised after the
daries. There were three criteria, I
said Center met stiff oppostion from march-now march!" speech therefore, was whether WARSAW, Poland AP-De) I
The city attorney reme- nearby residential areas and When Williams failed to comply Godschalk said: LONNIE DEAN mother of Gainesville physician, the Republican Party was will spite the Peking-Moscow feud, I Ij
dial ordinances regarding elec- The overall impact on the
subsequent denial by the plan arrested the Negro Lonnie Dr. Walter Murphree, and the! the Polish and Communist Chi.
tion procedures should be adopted Davis city hall site on downtown de J. Dean, 63, of laCrosse ing to accept this view of the
$ board and city commission.Next with failing to sister-in-law of A. A. Mur- nese governments have
and will be suggested to the who was charged velopment.! and High Springs, died civil rights problem in its party signed a J
week the board will
city commission. plan obey an officer's command. Indirect, long-range impact today in Alachua General Hospital -! phree, a former President of platform, and if not, !how it technical assistance agreement.
hold studyof
a public hearing on a the UF.
The Polish
{ \ Shortly after the grand jury the fronting 13th of the site for total redevelopment following a brief illness. He could reconcile the views of the Communists sidE
,.c recommended several procedural Street from property 8th to 16th Avenues. More AboutAppeal of downtown. was an Atlantic Coast Line: be Funeral arangements will whole party on this fundamental -with the Soviets in the bitter II

:' j changes, the city asked the -Satisfaction of function a ]I railroad engineer. I announced by Jones-John issue with the views stated dispute which is dividing the

t I I Alachua County Commission to space of the building and access Funeral arrangements arc son Funeral Home. by the Arizona senator in the Communist_ world.Gainesville: I

S I amend the county precinct lines MelonReport to it by the entire city. 'pending, with the Williams-Tho MRS. MARY HILL Senate Thursday.The ,
: to follow the city limits boundaries Three of the sites were mas Funeral Home in charge. Funeral services will be held senator almost seemed tobe Sun I

eliminating confusion From 1 equal in terms of the overall impact -I tomorrow for Mrs. Mary Hoffman saying either that he felt,I I .
3 about where city voters go to Page Godschalk explained. All LILLIE CHRISTIAN Hill, widow of a Gaines- that he was so sure of the nomi- Published evenings except t

vote. "To do what you think is right four met the last criteria. the : 'Mrs. Lillie Mae Christian, of I ville attorney and former U.S. nation that he didt care to,I I Saturday by ,the and Gainesville Sunday mornings Pub-

"We can all learn from this THOMASVILLE, Ga. The and just about your governmentat planner explained. The second 1112 SE 3rd St., died this morning Senator. meet those Republicans who lishing Company at 101 S

I thing," Fagan said. "We can watermelon market was slightly I every level is the duty of every -criteria set the recommendedsite at the University of Florida Mrs. Hill, 87, was living in opposed his views on civil rights' 2nd Place, Gainesville, Florida,
1 all do things to insure that thereis stronger and demand was good citizen even when that action apart from the four consid- Medical Center following an extended -' Jacksonville at the time of her or that he was prepared to risk i and entered as second class

is no reoccurrence." this morning, the Federal-State places you in a critical or ered, he noted.Anticipated illness. 'I death Thursday.She losing the nomination rather; Gainesville matter at,the Florida.CICULATIOH Post. Office'at

He said that although the Market News Service reported.F. unpopular position."I projects in select Funeral arrangements will be was the widow of WilliamL. than be unfaithful to his own:

election ordinances will need 0. B. prices per hundred- hope that by having ing the site considered were announced later. Jones-Johnson II Hill, who was a secretary convictions. j CARRIER OR RATES MAILI BY

considerable study he could weight yesterday: 12-16 Ibs. average -brought these irregularities to downtown parking placement, Funeral Home is in charge-...--_ to U. S. Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher The announcement that Milton -! Week .45 J
say that there is an immediate $1.25; 17-25 lbs., $1.25 to the fore-front that corrective design and redevelopment of and was appointed in 1936 Eisenhower, president of I 3 Mo. $5.85 ,
ANNIE
eJ need to adopt changes estab- $1.50, mostly $1.50, occasionally measures will be soon initiatedand south S. W. 1st Avenue and East Funeral TOMPKINS to serve the remainder of the Johns Hopkins University and I All mail subscriptions must

1 Using city precincts requiring higher; 26-28 lbs., $1.50 to $1.75, carried out. I 1st Street in the downtown area, sen-ices will be held term after Sen. Fletcher died. former President Eisenhower's; be paid in advance. -

!. voters to vote in the precinct mostly $1.50 to $1.65; ,larger "The government of our city including parking and landscaping kins Sunday for Mrs. Annie L. Tomp- Alter serving out the term, brother, had come out publicly: Member of Audit Bureau" '
I 81 of :
Citra Circulation.
I where they live. sizes too few to quote. has been taken too lightly by and reorientation of retail in who died yesterday Mr. Hill retired from publiclife Thursday for the nomination! of :1

; The city attorney said he Florida shipments yesterday: the majority of our citizens, I facilities in the downtown Mrs. Ocala. to practice law in Gaines- Scranton on the Republican' the All material cont *4 h rcht H

plans to follow the investigations -By rail, 21; by truck 436. for the most part appearing or I core in the 1st Avenue area, including 18, 1882 Tompkins in was born Nov. ville. ticket, indicates the increasing PutHlsning property Company of fhGcmeivUl(C) H44.*

of the interim legislative Florida shipments to date: by voicing their opinions only on I refacing buildings onto been a resident Trenton of and had Mrs. Hill was born March dangers of the senator's posi-| Reproduction Is strictly forbidden in whole: ) without or In part the I

committee studying the state,rail. 1,935; by truck, 18,341. particular issues which: applied courtyard spaces onto 1st Ave 1912.: She the Citra since 12, 1871, in Cumberland Md., tion. :. written permission of the publisher..
:1A was widow
of Fred
.
to their particular interests. and moved to Gainesville in
nue.These the four sites studied D. Tompkins, who died in 1943.
"This apathy regarding our are 1899. I Ii
1 WE CAN'T AFFORD government is encouraging the : Mrs. Tompkins was a memberof i She was a member of the]

.. :adoption of policies and decis- Site A The block including Day the Saints.Church of the Latter First Methodist Church; past; FA T HER'S
lions which in the long run can present city hall and the blocks president of the Gainesville : FOR DAY
Services will be
POOR SERVICEWe be destructive to the principles east and south. at 2 p.n in Women's Club and a Regent of i
the J. Miles Hiers
:
!of democracy and individual Site B The old University Chapel in the Daughters of the American
!1 rights which a great many of Chevrolet block and t h eblock Ocala. Burial will be in Tomp. Revolution. :!

t are not large enough to serve 50 states and pus[ ,'a majority I hope, hold verydear east of the GainesvilleSun I kins Survivors Cemetery. Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will: A ZENITH Stereo .

S Puerto Rico.,the re fore we must offer the best service for the preservation of our building.Site include one daughter -officiate at services at 3 p. m. |

:.- possible'tothe people'In'the! Gainesville trading I:city and country. C The site recommended Citra., Mrs. Noel R. Clark of at the Jones-Johnson Funeral !

area. "I offer my services to. the to the city commission.Site Home CrapeL Burial will be in' AM-FM STEREO FM-HIGH FIDELITY

FOR FAST-PROMPT- COURTIOUi-T I City Commission or any department D Land across Sweet- J. Miles Hiers Funeral Homeof Evergreen Cemetery. I I
Ocala is in
I of the city in which they water Branch east of the new charge. Survivors include: two sons, PHONOGRAPH-
CONFIDENTIAL ,LOANS UP TCLS600 _
,feel IrCan be ,of any, advisory; Federal Building, near 1st Avenue MRS. BESSIE M. Robert H. Hill of Jacksonville ,!
i' : ''i4bJe.IL' .- -. : ,i between University Avenue MURPHREEMrs. i and W. Logan Hill of Pensa-'! OPEN TONIGHT TIL 9

Marion Finance t op1y many supporters:.and: and S. E. 2nd Avenue. Bessie May Murphree cola; three grandchildren and GAINESVILLE'SLARGEST
1 frienoVi say'Thanlr 'You'"and, City Manager Bill Green sister-in-law of a former presi- four great grandchildren. '

beg of you to continue in your said the recommendation would dent of the University of Florida The family requests the:! COUCH'S ZENITH SELECTIONOF

S PARKING LOT !fi REAR- OF BUILDING ., efforts always for a better "probably" come up at Mon- died yesterday following floral offerings be omitted and 608 STEREO
222 W. University i! Are._ FR 6-5333, !I Gainesville. day's city commission meet- an extended illness. contributions instead be made II N. Main St.

Signed: Edwin H. Andrews ins. Mrs. Murphree was the to the heart fund.

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I Friday, June 19, .196fr Gainesville' Sun 3 I


J Ut j Scranton
. to Get 3o' Eyes"/Kentucky;



t a o'Y r Gets Milton's
I Support.
kc r
rCalif. Salute

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP- of his own, when demonstrators ton said he welcomed Dr. Ei
.1 4 ti I .J.v : 1? Gov. William W. Scranton of picketed the Capitol and threat- senhower's support "whole-

SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Cal- tive was to break ground for thecountry's ; Pennsylvania, back from a ened to picket every stop on his heartedly."
r' i ifornia Democrats greet President pioneer rapid transit whirlwind tour of the Midwest campaign tour unless he did "If
I will
elected himan
today heads for Kentucky in his something about alleged state name
L Johnson today in unity, the system, a $792-million project advisor "
scars of a bitter party primary linking San Francisco and urban campaign for the Republican police brutality in a racial inci- the on added.foreign policy,
I healed in an effort to deliver the areas across the bay. presidential nomination. dent at Chester in April. governor

f nation's most populous state to I Scranton's immediate object Aides succeeded in delaying Dr. Eisenhower, president of
him in On tap for tonight was a $100- action the Johns
r November. ? is to capture Kentucky's 24 uncommitted by demonstrators fora Hopkins University, in a
"Salute to Presi-
As the heads into a-plate party week. of letter
president a dent delegate votes at the copy a released to
weekend tour, the familiar fig- Johnson" dinner. GOP National Convention. Scranton's campaign staff has newsmen said "As an individual -
ure of his former White House I offer full support.
Saturday morning Johnsonwill On the eve of his flying trip arranged an afternoon meeting you my
"i I s press secretary, Pierre Salin- go on to Southern California \ ... I to Louisville, Scranton disclosed today at Louisville with Ken- Scranton said his first weekof

ger, will be up front with state then backto, Washington ".. .. ..). .. i I receipt of a letter of endorse- tucky's 24 uncommitted dele- campaigning has "met with
leaders saying hello. Salinger Sunday. ."' : ... : gates. unusual success, even beyond
: -
ment from Dr. Milton S. Eisen-
.-
.
"T'iL .
defeated State Controller Alan .X. "
hower, brother of former Presi- Although 16 of the Kentuckians -what he imagined.
Cranston for the Democratic California Democratic leadersare reportedly lean toward He said his assessment has
dent D. Eisenhower.
Dwight
senatorial nomination June 2. counting on the President to fJ'CICivitan been confirmed
The former president himself Goldwater, Scranton said he had by Republican
Johnson's first stop was top- run in November. They are has remained neutral in the been told by the state's two Re- leaders, but he declined to name
1 secret Edwards Air Force Basemt. eager to soothe the sting of JohnF. publican senators, Thruston B. them.
in Southern California desert Kennedy's 1960 ballotthinloss Awards :campaign. I II
NightOutgoing Morton and John Sherman Scranton refused to assess his
mt.. J country. Next in line was a in Richard M. Nixon's I Scranton also told a news con- Cooper, that conditions wouldbe own delegate strength. The Associated

plane hop to San Francisco, home state by helping captureCalifornia's and incoming Civitan presidents Bob Hancock and James Bockler, ference Thursday night that "extremely favorable" to Press survey gives him
Sen. Goldwater of Ari-
..' then a helicopter jaunt across 40 electoral votes from left, were cited by the civic club Tuesday night as Bockler was named Barry Scranton on the second ballot at 130 to 677 for Goldwater. The
,4: San Francisco Bay. for Johnson. the outstanding club member for 196364. Civitan governor-elect George W. 'zona, his front-running opponentfor the convention.At number needed for nominationis
the nomination, would be
At Concord, the chief execu- The lineup at tonight's dinner McCIain of Ormond Beach, right, installed the new officers. (Sun photo by defeated by President Johnsonif the news conference Scran 655.

was symbolic of the binding of Eddie Davis.) he voted against the compromise

Sees party wounds. Salinger and civil rights bill nearing a
Hope Cranston expected to be at the showdown in the Senate. FEDERALQUALITY
head table, along with other Airline Ordered to Serve Ft. Lauderdale Scranton's remark came less

L 11 For Cuban party leaders who chose upsides than a half hour after Goldwater -
"; ,1y in their rugged contest: WASHINGTON (AP) -A Civil Since Northeast Airlines is un have to go to Miami to make had said on the Senate floor HOMES

test. Aeronautics Board examiner de- der CAB order to discontinue connections. that he planned to vote againstthe

: Agriculture One was Democratic Gov. Ed- clared that it would take a man flights t o Florida Broward bill. The governor called on
I northern Broward County officials complained that Walsh said that if Nationalwere
living in
mund G. Brown a Cranston !.the senator to repudiate his
4 I By MORRIS- W. ROSENBERG backer who noted, "I did put County, Fla., almost as long to thousands of passengers would I compelled to resume stopsat stand. 4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North

Y my personal reputation at drive in his car to Miami air the Broward airport, its traf-. Scranton was asked if he Gainesville Phone 372-5113
HAVANA (AP-Cuba's) land stake," in a losing cause. But port as it would take him to fic would increase in proportionto thought, that as a matter of -
reform of chief farm draws production a bleak under picture the winner over Nixon in 1962's fly by jet to New York. Indian Chief'sBody the quantity and quality of its practical politics, Goldwater I

I. the Castro regime, but he claims governorship battle had the sat Taking that and othet argu- service since the area has a pas- could be elected president if he Hours:
problems -isfaction of trouncing a rival ments into consideration, the examiner Missing senger potential several times voted against civil rights.
agricultural
most
pressing will be solved by 1966. slate of delegates to August's ruled Thursday that National greater than the 110,000 passen- "No, I don't" Scranton re- 8 a.m. to 8 ; Sun. 11-7
p.m. p.m.
I Democratic HOBART, Okla. (AP-Kiowa) "I
I National Conven- Airlines should be required gers generated per year now.Walsh's plied. think it would be very
J This will entail major changes Indian Chief Big Bow has difficult."' I
tion.Brown to serve Fort Lauderdale order becomes final in
in the organization of agri- mentioned as a possi- separately from Miami on its proved to be as elusive in deathas II''25 days unless there is a petitionfor I' Scranton, who returned to the; "Service is a MUST with Us"
culture introduced after Fidel ble vice-presidential choice, will east coast route. he was when he was alive. review. state capital early Thursday
Castro came to power in 1959 head a delegation officially un- Fort Reburial ceremonies set for I Tan into a civil rights, problem I
instructed but National began serving next have been His order allows National to
i and partial mechanization of the clearly committed Saturday postponed 1 -
to Johnson. Lauderdale through the Broward because the either Miami Fort Lau- ,
r' sugar harvest with 100 Soviet indefinitely serve or r
J cane cutters. Salinger, Cranston and Brownare County Airport June 1, 1959, but! remains, thought to have been!derdale on its transcontinentalroute.
c leading the party's unity eliminated the service without! buried on a farm near this' Walsh said Broward of-
Carlos Rafael Rodriguez president drive and foresee a much easier CAB appgoval two years ago examiner -southeastern Oklahoma town, ficials submitted no evidence of t
of the National Agrarian time Nov. 3 for all candidates in Richard A. Walsh said.I cannot be located. any need for direct service be- "THANKS DAD..the man said

k, Reform Institute, revealed contemplated an already heavily Democraticstate Although National makes more Big Bow, who died at the turn tween Fort Lauderdale and the
; t changes in farm if Johnson heads the tick- than: $1.1 million annually from of the century at 68, was once other cities on the route, Tampa,
4 methods and the reasons for et. Broward ticket sales, the examiner -known as the "terror of the fron- Tallahassee, and Panama City, this white shirt white!
3 them in an interview.In Salinger, 39, faces onetime said, "it has no apparentsense tier." He surrendered to mili- Fla.; Mobile, Ala.; Houston, stays

two years, Rodriguez said, movie actor George Murphy in of responsibility for pick- tary authorities in 1874 and later Tex.; Las Vegas, Nev.; and
with nagging :problems out of a contest Salinger enters with a big up and discharging those served as an Army scout. He San Francisco-Oakland, Los An-
te. the way, "we'll be in full devel- one-million Democratic regis- passengers at a point more suit was to have been reburied at geles-Long Beach and San
opment which will enable us to tration edge. able to their convenience." Ft. Sill, Okla. Diego, Calif.'JJTDISCOUNT. .
1 ._ "f r
r
achieve our goal of a l kA ,
million-l- t ..
:P.4 ton sugar crop in 1970. t:",.<...;,i\. .. ;.4'':-,'''' ,.t iI- .' m. ,:>", 1.-
w Rodriguez, a member of the : *' :
..
i
//i/J
Cuban Communist hierarchy ; .fv. "t :. :.t... '
,. long before Castro won power, J .4 : < .
.... r declined to comment on the out- .x,.,",, '
look for the current sugar harvest II
Castro has classified pro- ..
duction; top secret. \t\[ FATHER WILLWLIKI ... :t :s '
Western and Eastern European BEST PRICES!

sources here speculate the ::.. : ; .
-
crop will be somewhat above
last year's reported 3.8 million FREE PARKING w DRIVE-IN WINDOW
tons. U.S. forecasters in Washington -
have predicted a drop to .ar
3.3 million tons, less than half .w

+ the 1960-61 output.A KENTUCKY
A thorough overhaul of Cuba's
farming organization is planned 5.11 f
f by the end of this year, Rodri- ;
guez said. An immediate objec-
tive will be decentralization of GENTLEMAN
day-to-day control. andDeIcof"DuraWite'l O147g&a
{
.+ "We have found it is not pos I
: sible to run agriculture from
ii Havana," said Rodriguez. 6-Year-Old Bourbon I K l
Already under way is the consolidation -
of some 800 state
farms into 60 production units

of 250.0QO to 500,000 acres each. 3.59 s V
The consolidated units will .
specialize in particular crops. Fifth of Kodel and f a 4

Rodriguez said their managers
I x
will have autonomy in the .
daily handling of tHeir regions I 3 Bottles Only $10.50 _
,
i. I but will operate under plans and, cotton does
1
goals prepared at the national I I : t /

level. SURFSIDE SANTA i i ss'
Rodriguez revealed these 1963'
SEAGRAM'S
production figures which indicated '
p+ things have not been goIng -I i GIN LUCIA not need fr ,

well down on the farms: i I1
Rice 403 million pounds,
I ;
compared with 670.7 million in 7Crown CHAMPAGNE *

1 1960.Potatoes-171.6 million pounds I' $2.89 FifthFATHER'S I ironing i / /

compared with 211.8 millions in
!rH%

# + 1960.Tomatoes 1848 million --/ ... I

pounds against 192.5 million In $to9rangys4 DAYSPECIALS 2.99

1960. I
Cotton 21.4 million pounds :: That's right-"Dura.Witer Is the r
t compared with 30.4 million in: Fifth
1961., t.f'V'' $3 89 in world's first shirt guaranteed to stay whiter :. ,.

ti I ..-.:..:.:::.:w;'22-. Gift Wrapped OR i than any other polyester blend shirton
'' :::: the market today. The whiteness is part of the exclusive
ProbationIs
Fifth Boxes 3 Bottles Only $7.95GORDON'S Manhattan blend of 65% Kodel IV polyester and 35% cotton.

'_ RevokedJames ,..,.., "Dura-WiteP! washes wrinkle free, needs no ironing.

i-
Choose Dad's "Dura-Witer from ow flattering i array of

a ati Alexander Williams HIRAM WALKER I collar styles, including. the Bbke PQ med tsn-spread pictured
to 18 months
45, was sentenced i here.AO with slim Mantrkncoofoor-cut body
State Prison by Circuit
; in Raiford GINa tailoring proportioned to Dad's shirt size. *
Judge James C. Adkins Jr. IMPERIALIMPE.R. < Cfrt)
1 yesterday. '
_The Sfnb>ive,was, imposed I
9 ,
jghen" Williams': three year I 13[ $) 99
probationary period imposed in!. $ loImollOU Fifth
GIN
.. .
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1962, was :
had ,been placed on Fifth :::
while
last
c-'C they
', :probation on a charge of transportation -
of moonshine liquor.SjohnX .

Wr:Webb"dgW,53, 205+ty N.Main MILLHOPPER PACKAGE STORENW FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL ,LOT

i pleaded! guilty to a charge '
St 22s.W.+ Univ. Ave., Phone FR 6-3502
3E forgery. Judge Adkins order-
16th Blvd. Rd. Palm View Shopping Center Ph. 6-1554
sentence investiga- at Millhopper -
:53 .
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UF Fund DriveThe I f.Y THE


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The University of Florida's nessman Byron E. Herlong }
Alachua County Alumni Club head the over-all Loyalty Fund 1
this week reached ten per cent Committee.This tt

of its goal to .lead the state in year's drive initiated a .
contributions to the current new project called CLASP coordinated -
Alumni Loyalty Fund drive. local alumni. scholar- TO THE

Harold Johnson, local drive ship program to provide schol- GREATEST
chairman, said that 375 alumni arships of $250 each to enter-
in the area had contributed ing freshmen at the Universityof
$5,372 during the first two Florida. The recipients will
weeks of the month long drive. be selected by local alumni
clubs in recognition of good _.. .. .. .. .. .
+ _'II 1c ok << << << << I 4 islc << 4R c ti
"We hope to obtain 1,200 con- scholarship and leadership abil- F *1 1w ,R
tributors to the Loyalty Fund
from this area," Johnson said. ity.The number of scholarships ITS A REGULAR t:

awarded from each area is bas-
Working with Johnson on the 'RING !
local drive are Vernon Voylesand ed on the number of alumni,
contributors to the Alumni Loy- us
Earl Scarborough as sub- 1rA
1E
chairmen and the members of alty Fund from that area, John '

Alachua County Alumni Club's son explained. !
I L executive board. Continuing Loyalty Fun d I

The Alumni Association's an- projects Scholars which include has Dollars made avail-for A P P L I A N C E ST O R E Sl

nual Loyalty Fund Drive able more than $1,700,000 in alyf
e opened June 1 with a 1964 65 loans
to deserving students dur-
( goal of $200,000 from 10,000 con- *
ing the six years it has been in 4
tributors. Retired General .
Army *
operation. Some 289 Alach ua
James A. Van Fleet of
:
County students at the University .
Polk and busiPair i- Q
City Leesburg
a of Florida have already *
received over $238,000 in loans
*
through this program, Johnson
Sailing said. *
"Contributions to the annual *
w Ketch Home Loyalty Fund Drive makes .. d 3D *
the contributor a member of the
University of Florida Alumni *

g To England Association," according to Bill! ?
A. Fleming, Executive Secre- ai
t r FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- tary of the Association. "Any j ? VALUES !

A young schoolmaster with no one who is interested in the I Ix
experience on the high seas and University can contribute to the
a blonde woman doctor will set I I. Loyalty Fund. We do not havea .

sail Monday in a home-made, 28 dues ..system. ," Fleming.said. .

foot ketch on a 5,300-mile voy- '- -
age home to England."We Measles Rv
;mot AF" *
9r don't anticipate it will be **3*, *
easy going," said 33-year-old Cases In
+
Ray Wilkinson.
His companion 27-year-old Dr.

Julia Ambler, will provide some. k
Sharp Drop
sailing know-how. She crossed
i the Atlantic last February as
German measles cases, which -
\
one of two girl crew members t
reached near epidemic A. \
num-
with a party of five doctors sail- ,
bers earlier this Spring, have \
k\ IJ0041'
ing to the Bahamas in a 35-foot
boat. fallen sharply, Dr. Thomas M.
Brill, of the Alachua
"She wanted to go back," Wil- president 4 :\IS
County Medical Society, said!
kinson "and I neededa
explained c
crew. I,have only limited sail- yesterday. 8t\c IRE/R'(7"
ing experience and none on the "It has fallen off very mater- 7
high seas." ially," he said. '

Wilkinson built the ketch"Od "We. .were, .seeing- ,cases in !

efft" in his spare time while. near epidemic proportions. It !4 : js' t cktt\s\t\ 'I1(110N1.1 j
serving as head master of the has dropped sharply in the past 4- .
I 'l elementary school at Roc)k two or three weeks," he said. ;
; Sound Eleuthera, in the BaT -
hamas. Statewide, numbers reached a
; \\
9
peak of 1,579 the week %
h Asked if a romance was brewing cases of
t-rt I between him and Dr. Amt April 3 and have been declin- t .
': I bier, Wilkinson replied "No. .. ing since according to the State
'; well..I don't know:" Board of Health in Jacksonville. )

"We don't want to talk of romance AII.t $ FREE

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In
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Labor
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: wanted to drown myself swimming ashore and starting t
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:about 1 p.m.Thursday by a fishing I said.He
boat 3% miles off Riviera j jI managed to survive
t Beach. This is approximately 80 through the night and was picked
I miles north of where he said he up by the fishing boat.

Gigantic i Savings 'entered the water on Miami Ledoux said he had a little
Beach at 10:45 p.m. Monday.
more than $9 when he decidedto
ON ALLAPPLIANCES BRAND NEW-FAMOUS NAME ,I The 39-year-old unemployedice take the one-way swim. He
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!broke and despondent when he
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'::.. .' .. : # ... THESOUTH
r t By WALTER LIPPMANN the apportionment laws is in the hands of legislatures which
President and
1 JOHN HARRISON
UUberi R. PAT COWLES. Vies .Preil4ent I In the six cases dealing with apportionment for the state need to be reformed. The voters in these states cannot compelthe

| ED JOIL SOY. Tic Frelde legislatures in Alabama, New York, Maryland, Virginia, Dela reform because the victims of the system are partially

1 Florida's Beautiful mud EieemUT. Editors W. G. Bill) I ware and Colorado, there was one judge who dissented in all disfranchised.In .
,
} i i.. EBEKSOLE. VJe President and Advertising of them, Mr. Justice Harlan. Mr. Justice Clark dissented in many states the reforms which are needed cannot be

University City'i t ;' L10NE.\ Vice Directors President BOB and TABTAG-Cire laUOB -. By RALPH McGILL I two cases and Mr. Justice Stewart in three. There were six carried out legally and peaceably within the state, and in sucha

( Manager. Pulitzer tile Atlanta Frixc,Winning(Ga.) Coastitntios FibllskerOI justices who agreed in all of them. situation the Frankfurter-Harlan philosophy comes to a dead

; The thesis of the affirmative opinions of the court is that end. For without the intervention of the court to push the

\. THE SUN'S POLICY the apportionment for election to the state legislatures must states off dead center, the American political system may be-

I) 1. Report the- news fully and Impartially in the news columns. Less Men, make every qualified vote approximately equal to every other.In come paralyzed.MR. .

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. many of the states, certainly in all six with which these

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. cases deal, a voter in a farm county has more power to elect .. JUSTICE HARLAN is not altogether judicial when he

; MoreMachines than has a voter in a big city. The Supreme Court has now speaks irritably about those who are supposed to think that

c! The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 decided that this violates the equal protection clause of the the Constitution is "a panacea for every blot upon the public -

Want Ads-376-4672 14th Amendment of the federal Constitution, and the six states welfare." I certainly do not think so.

I. are now bound to submit new apportionment laws to the fed- Indeed, in my view, the intervention of the court can be

eral courts. justified only when it is indispensable, only, that is to say,

f when there is a major ill for which there is no other
I New York's Crime ProblemThe (Last of three articles on THE CRUCIAL QUESTION is not whether the existing laws remedy.

coal and poverty in Southern are unjustand should be reformed. It is whether the Supreme

suggestion to all Catholics in illusion of safety that has made life Appalachia.) Court of the United States should intervene. Here Mr. Justice

the Brooklyn Diocese to stay off the bearable for law abiding citizens.It WASHINGTON In Aprilof Harlan standing alone, takes the position which Mr. Justice = ON THE RIGHT =

this year the first new Frankfurter and he took in the Tennessee case in 1962, which
I k streets after dark and to travel on United Mine Workers' con- dealt with the apportionment for congressional districts.

the public transit system in groups has been pointless, senseless tract to be negotiated since The Frankfurter-Harlan doctrine is that the Supreme Court The Odds

nature of the recent flare up of 1958 went into effect. Effortsto has no authority under the Constitution to deal with the subjectof
is indication of how serious
startling
a gang violence that has prompted religious apply the provisions of 1958 apportionment. Apportionment belongs to each state, and

I' a the crime situation in New York leaders to urge extra precautions to hundreds of dog-hole minesin the court is adding "something that was deliberately excluded -

the Appalachian coal fields from" the Constitution.In For ScrantonBy
City has become. and in at least one neighbor
.R produced strikes and voilence doing this, says Mr. Justice Harlan, the court has given
hood to form vigilante groups for that brought out the national support to a mistaken view. In a nutshell, this view is that

Gangs of young toughs have been extra policing. guard. 1959. (Peace has not "every ,major social ill in this country can find its cure in WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.

responsible for most of the incidents yet been fully restored.) some constitutional 'principle,' and that this court should 'take

that have come to the public's at- Clearly an atmosphere of dread The base wage since 1958 the lead' in promoting" reform when other branches of govern- If I were a betting man, succeed, try Henry Cabot
1 fail to act.
ment
x and frustration is getting a grip on has been $24.25 per day. The which I am, I would bet that Lodge. If fourthly you don't
tention. There also has been a series
residents of large sections of New new contract will raise it $2 Goldwater will win the nom- succeed, try Scranton. The
THE CRUX OF THE ISSUE by the FrankfurterHarlan -
posed
I of crimes, including murder and per day by next year. This ination at San Francisco 3-1, effort at this point to asca-
i York City. It's a dangerous situa- dissenting opinions is right here. When, as they admit,
flag to thousands of unemployed will lose the election in November late Mr. Scranton into
a poli-
rape, by individuals. tion that is going to be extremely there may be a "major ill," when as they concede "other
miners and the thousandswho 5-1; that Scranton, if tical "force majeure" would
branches of government fail to act," where in the American
difficult to deal with.
work the small dogholepits nominated, would lose the tax the talents even of a nation -
tE Residents of large cities become system of government are we to look for a remedy?
at scanty wages dictatedby election to Johnson 10-1; and that devised the meansof
is the before the
This question that has to be answered
more or less calloused to the com- the These that Scranton will be nomi- selling refrigerators
I Vigorous action by city officialsto operators. men charge against the majority,of the court can be discussed to Es-
crimes. familiar have been cut off from union nated by the Republicans in kimoes.
of
I mon run They are supply extra police protection realistically. Until the supporters of the FrankfurterHarlanschool

I with the districts in which they obviously is needed. But the kind of membership. Those unemployed answer this question, they are open to the retort that 1968 by 11.
Ie for a year or more are eli- There, I said it and I'm HOWEVER, 2)) Scranton is
which is that
are most likely to occur and stay lawlessness that they are preaching a most dangerous policy,
is developing is minated from benefits and sad. Having discharged my no fool. He is, very probably,
I from them. for certain major ills of the American republic, there is to be
PI, away not the kind police are normally pensions. For all of these the no legal remedy. professional responsibilities to a far better politician than

prepared to deal with. new wage contract produces give objective judgments, per Cincinnatus was, who was

If they must go about their business feelings of desperation and THE REAL SITUATION in many states is that reform of mit me to expatiate: unskilled at contriving for a

or pleasure at night, they take Wholesale arrests, strict curfews envy. Sporadic strikes occur- 1)) Scranton's challenge to glorious political future, per- ,.

1 reasonable precautions and rely red in three major mining Goldwater is, as one commentator haps because he didn't wanta
neighborhood vigilante patrols are BELOW OLYMPUS political future at all.
where still union
areas men, Byinterlondi put it, too little and
crowds of other dwellers
largely on city not remedies that would be welcome members, struck in protest. too late. Scranton is not Eis- Scranton manifestly does.

for their mutual protection. Fort in most communities. Theyare The U. S. Department of La- enhower; and it was all Eis- And he faced last week an

the most part such precautions have not permanent cures for what bor and the Department of Scranton enhower could do to beat impending last act of ana-

been sufficient to assure them oft ever is wrong with certain youth Health, Education and Wel- stoP Taft in 1952 Taft having at ional political drama involving -

reasonable safety without too much elements in New York. But they fare, also winced at news of gOLd[water PRESIDENTNominate this juncture, 12 years ago, himself. The curtain was
inconvenience. the wage increase. They knewit 150 fewer delegates, pledgedand about to go down, freezing his

may be necessary if for no other meant, in the long run, committed, than Goldwater reputation in the public mindas

reason than to give residents in more unemployment ana now has.SCRANTON. a Hamlet: and the people

r w. Even in the slum districts, crowd those areas a bit of temporary relief more strain on social ser Scranton proved, in 1952 when they re-

ed conditions and a sort of multual 'from the strain that is begin- vices. The "war on poverty," WILL have jected Adlai Stevenson, that

which includes education and working for him a great deal they can love and admire
self policing attitude on the partof ning to show in their actions toward and
sympathize with Ham-
becomes the of political and polemical tal-
retraining, more
residents have created at least
an self protection.to necessary. ent, but it will be very diffi- let, but that the ImmigrationLaws

Higher costs in the coal in- cult indeed to transform him are unbudgeably firm

dustry will mean a more determined into a buttoned-down Cincin in denying him passage to the
.. White House. Scranton had
search for fewer natus. It is not merely thathe
doesn't have that kind of to act, or else live with a con-

Vofee=of the men chines.and This more is inevitable.efficient ma-The a record his personal politi- temptuous and unforgiving
"People
I attack is cal accomplishments are eas- mythology, which would not
on poverty a long-
lightly forgive him for fail-
of
ily the most exiguous any
overdue human
the
against
i move -
I II major political c a ndidate ing to make the effort to stop
by-product of educational -
On The Sun's Opinion Pagei lacks-particularly in the a since Wendell Willkie. It is Goldwater.NOT .

that he is so manifestly, at
I area of children and younger 1 1u this point, the last hiccup of ONLY did he feel he
Opinions and comments of Sun readers welcome .in
art the Voice of the People column. Utters adults who can be educatedand 4a"
I must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should 1 the Establishment's IBM ma- had to act to save his repu-
t not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The retrained.A chine. tation a negative blow, he

lAiCflt Sun reserves. the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or few mines already have If at first you don't succeed saw advantages, by actingnow
, closed down in the first half
c.N ve try Rockefeller. If secondly of a positive kind. Scran-
Just the Cut, sell his skill at a price that you are a goody-goody non- of 1964. It cannot be argued p ,ucNrSeu+ci ''t you don't succeed, try ton, it has been widely observed -

will keep him busy and his smoker adrift in that the wage increase was for over a now,
a sea of ill- "Who had time for printed posters? Nixon. If thirdly you don'tTHE year
Not the Plush neighborhood from lookinglike mannered bores filling the air directly responsible. But the suffers from the national ignorance

EDITOR Sun: Several a "Beetle" or a Beatnik with fumes sulphurous. I feel competitive drive of machinesand of him. By actingnow

months ago I wrote a letterto colony. He should be able to sure your public letter must wages means sure deathto CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT he has guaranteed himself -

the Sun complaining about do this without fear of reprisal have left your smoking acquaintances hand-mine operations and the fullest and most de-

in the form of broken win- with the semimechanized.A voted press coverage any
the price of haircuts, and a a good feel-
; couple of our local "Barber- 'dows and other types of sabotage marvelous new machine Dissenters the CourtBy political figure in Americahas
ing.There called "the continuous miner" to received in
ians" as well as a reader that this particular union are yet places in this recent mem

from far off Jacksonville has been suspected of practis- world, Mr. De-Skunker, where began operation in the larger' ory.Professionals
mines in 1958. Manufacturershave who fret
took time out to explain that ing.When you could remove yourself to DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTON "It is meaningless to speakof their own notions of wise political about
they ran plush joints-the several of the electric and be free for the rest of gone ahead with im- A major- constitutional 'develop theory. The rule an- the consequences to
America of nomination of
have in a
rent was high, they had mu- companies were accused of your life of the miasma of provements-as they ity of the Supreme Court of ment' when both the languageand nounced today is at odds with Goldwater them-

sic, magazines, etc., ran costs this same sort of price fIX- smoke reeking in your pres- agriculture. The 1964 continuous the United States has again history of the controlling long-established principles of selves can express
not in ani-
miner for mediumthickseams now merely
pretty high.However ing, they were fined heavily. ent habitude.I overstepped the bounds of provisions of the constitution constitutional adjudication un
my kick is not What's the difference? do not smoke cigarettes will produce 75 tons judicial self-restraint This are wholly ignored. der the Equal Protection madversions against Gold-
water but in enthusiasm
I so much against the barber JOHN W. HASTINGS myself but have always felt per man every eight hours. time the Court has chosen to Justice Harlan further de- Clause, and it stifles values of Scranton., The result is over that
The machines installed in
who can con his clientele into 1021 NE 20th Ave. that cigarette smoke when not ( 40 tons 1958 ignore the language of the clared that the Court's action local individuality and initi- Scranton is guaranteed a sub-

I thinking that all this frost- too diffuse is a pleasant aroma produce per man.) Constitution itself which givesto "amounts to nothing less thanan ative vital to the character of in
Also available for those with stantive reward, gratitudefor
ing makes a haircut worth a in the air. Many of the the states the right to fix exercise of the amending the federal union which it was his act of self-immolation
'NonTwitclling'NOnSIlIOker :
buck and a half, as against cigarette smokers I know are capital is a brand new unit their own voting districts for power by this Court," and the genius of our constitutionto he will become the popu-
called "the wall
the conspiracy to force a uniform intelligent gentlemen always long ma- the two houses of each legis- said: create. lar leader of Republican lib
chine. It will turn out three
price and make it im- ready to ,put down and out lature. "For when, in the name of eralism.
times the volume of the "What the Court has doneis
possible for the guy who EDITOR, Sun: Here's a their cigarette when a non- con- No such usurpation of power constitutional interpretation, Bang there goes Rocke-

wants just a haircut to get note for the "Smoke De- smoking lady enters the tinuous miner-about 250 tons by the judicial branch of the Court adds something to to convert a particular political feller, Romney,,Nizon-Scranton -

I one at a reasonable price. Skunker," who wrote the room, certainly not the weak- per man per eight hour day. the government has been recorded the Constitution that was deliberately stitutional philosophy into a con- Is The Leader Not bad

Personally, when I go into Voice of the People on June willed human vacuum you The machine carries its own before in the whole excluded from it, rule, binding upon for one bang.MEANWHILE.
each of the
t a barber shop a haircut is portrayed.I roof support, operated with history of the Republic as is the Court in reality substitutesits 50 states, from

all I want, with a minimumof 14.The world is rank with foul wish to salute in closingthe automatic hydraulic jacks. being manifested by the pres- view of what should be so Maine Texas to Hawaii without, from Alaskato 3) It is a
also will be- regard and
Strip mining
conversation, barroom music odors, and high on the list is non-smoker that acceptshis ent court. The Supreme for the amending process. without for the political truism that no Re-
respect
and the Police Gazette the odor of self righteous, smoking friends without come more productive. Two Court by its recent decisionshas individualized and differentiated many publican is likely repeat like-

t along with the other drivel smug, intolerance.If reproach, in contrast to the new shovels are being built taken upon itself to tell JUSTICE HARLAN pointedout characteristics of ly, to beat Mr. Johnson in

like Time and Life. smoking were not both De-Skunkers who can twitch for use this year.' They will the board of supervisors in a that the decisions this state characteristics each the fall, for reasons that
stem-
i pick up almost 300 tons per county how it shall tax and week "give support to a cur- ,
barber accepted and tolerated there their from the
I feel that shops and wrinkle noses at a ming from each state's dis- range great psychic -
should post prices conspicuously would not be an abundanceof rising tendril of cigarette scoop. The shovels now in use appropriate its money. It, rent mistaken view of the tinct hangover after the violent
bite about 150 tons. The has told the American and the constitu- history, distinct geogra-
up ;
moreover Constitution
,
'I unless the shop catersto ash trays in public and smoke 40 paces away, or can phy, distinct distribution of death of Mr. .Kennedy;
same crew can the in effect that of this court.
operate function
people, tional
to the relative
the class of trade where private areas. assume a ridiculous expres- population, and distinct politi- on over repeat -
larger ones. there must be no in continued
'{.! .' price is no object. And I feel My congratulations, Mr. De- sion of self-righteous irritation prayer He : cal heritage. My own under- relative, tranquillity of
Once this equipment is in the schools during school "This view, in a nutshell,
national international
and affairs
too that a barber who has a Skunker on your announcing at nearer smoke tendrils. standing of the various theo
general use by the larger min hours. And now it has under- is that major social ill
every and finally to the
; con-
and
low overhead should be able publicly .blatantly that NAME WITHHELD ries of
,I J'- ing companies, 'the casualtyrate taken to say that the 50 statesof in this country can find its representative govern- summate skills of Mr. Lyn-
iI the Union cannot have their constitutional ment is that no one theory
among the small and cure in some don Johnson, who comes
medium sized mines legislative houses based and that this Court has ever commanded unani-
espe- upon 'principle' close to being a drawing-
POTOMAC FEVER cially in Southern Appalachia any form of representationthe should 'take the lead' in promoting mous assent among political board PresIdenteverythingIs

will keep the statis- Constitution of the state reform when oth e r scientists, historians, or others working for him, and he is

I// ] .By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau tical undertakers busy. may proclaim, but must conform branches of government fail who."have considered the problem. working for everything, lack-

An estimated 125,000 miners to a formula set forth to act. The Constitution is nota ing in that subtle strength

Our presidential campaign must be very confusing for Khrushchev. Everybody turned out 452 million tons of by the Supreme Court of the panacea for every blot upon which is politically unsettling:
knows Rockefellers run the country-but Nelson can't even get the THUS, THREE justices of
United States itself. the welfare, nor should
coal in 1963. Ten years ago public a true vision of the on-going
nomination. the Supreme Court criticized
. Republican almost 300,000 miners workedto this Court, ordained as a Ju- deterioration of our country,
457 million IF THE FOREGOING observations dicial body, be thought of as their six colleagues for haying and our world.. But
'.' Now the Supreme:Court says the states must realize that city folks are just The produce of tons. are considered too a general haven for reform overstepped the bounds of communion with 'that precisely visionis
1963
production 13
was
as good as farmers. From there_it's only a step to intermarriage. critical of the Court's deci- movements." the Constitution.
a net
per cent above that of 1961. poUt1ca11iability, not
i sions, any doubts are dispelled Justice Stewart, in a dissenting What can the people an asset.
Goldwater talk about Dee's dime, store' New DeaL talks aboutBarry's But employment declined 13
; Scranton by the actual,words of opinion in which he throughout the country who The chances then
cenL"Coal heavily
dime store feudalism. Whr don't-we just.'e1ectBarbara: Hutton? per is bread in Southern the justices who dissented In was joined by Justice Clark, disagree with the court do favor Johnson's victory,

the reapportionment cases declared: about its rulings? For one which win
What worries!'.the Republican masterminds is that they keep getting these Appalachia. Bread grows handed down probably be em-
on Monday of thing
they can urge Congress phatic over Goldwater
whose
more scarce and bitter. (
horried hunches. -thatmaybe, .', the mainstream really is goldwater.. President Johnson's this week. "WITH ALL RESPECT, I to pass a law taking from adumbration of the suicidal

proposed Justice Harlan, for example am convinced these decisions the Supreme Court all juris course of America
p The U.N. needs mere' imagination and .ini ative. Why hasn't it sent Gen.- attack on poverty invol declared that the failure mark a long step backwardinto diction in apportionmentcases. ful to the is distaste
DeGaulIe to to-aoethe Archbishop Makarios? Si : Appalachia and the slumsof majority) and tu-
r4 Cyprus ......-- .. ... cities. They tied of the Court to considerthe that unhappy era whena But an even more effective multuously favor a victory by
are
toget- language of the Four- majority of the members of course would be the Johnson
Of course the Russians, had to top us. Michigan has; a monster that eats her. Thousands in the slumsare teenth Amendment on this Court were thought by passage of a new constitutional the over Scranton for

;, berry pickers-so Siberia comes up with one that:eats ,reindeer. untrained, uneducatedmen which the Court's opinion was many to have convinced amendment reiterating that nominated reason, that would Scranton leave ,Salt if

and women who have based "cannot be excusedor themselves and each other the states of the union havea Francisco
The AgriculCurTDepartinent to begin studies to develop. non-chemical left Appalachia. This "war" is having created the
_explained by any concept that the demands of the Constitution right to apportion legislative largest
pest controls. You don't need studies. You need a rolled up newspaper and goodregpa one also necessary to national oi 'developing' titutionaJ- were to be measurednot districts under their ownfoasttutioas since Constantine body of defectors

A.- --__--_---< % security. Ism." He added b what it but by commit*
: J ; ): says, ted Rosi to Christianity,.
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6 'Gainesville Sun Friday, June 19, 196.:1'It :
I burg, were visiting here yester Obituaries

CONSCIENCE I COLORED.NEWS day.Mrs. ,

Helen Foster, of Tampa, MRS. MAMIE SUTTON

passed through Gainesville yesterday Final rites for Mrs. Mamie

: Oiaiuesuillt: Smt OF I B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor en route to Jacksonville. S.wart Sutton, a former resident -

ARCHER NEWS j!CONVENTION PLANNEDThe James B. Hall of St., Peters- of Gainesville, who died
June 15 in Jacksonville following -
Gainesville
, THESOUTH ObservanceWomen's [ Woman's Home Mission burg, passed through
Women's
Day yesterday en route to High a lingering illness, will be
: and Educational District Con- conducted Friday at 4 I
,; : JOHN R. HARRISOM PresIdent MlBblisfcer Day observance will vention, auxiliary of the Suwan- Springs.Mr. from the Hughes & Chestnut.pjp
VU Freitientt be held at the Shiloh Baptist
COWLES.
> PAT River Progressive
Baptist
Rivers
Tic PreWentFlorida's nee and Mrs. Fred F. Memorial Chapel with the Rev.
I and ExeeatlT ED JOHNSON.EdlUri W. G. BUI) Church on Sunday, June 21. The Association with Rev. Lloyd, and son, Geoge, all of East W. M. Ferguson officiating. Interment -

.t I Beautiful EBERSOLE. Vice President mi AdTtrtUter I schedule of activities is as follows -moderator, and Mrs. Gallic Orange, N.J., arrived in the Uni- will follow in the Mt.

' 'University City' 1 r DirceUrt BOB TAKTAGLIONE. By RALPHIcGILL I : Rentz president, will be held. versity City yesterday on a two- Pleasant Cemetery.She .
.t Cireula-
.
Vie PreiideiU aft Pulitzer Prix Winning Publisher at the St. Paul Baptist Church with Mrs..Rivers'
The guest speaker during the week vacation is survived by two daughters
.
.
t tie* Manager. Of the AlUnU (G* ) Constitute
J' #-. morning worship at 11 a.m. will with Rev. H. Foye pastor, at relatives. Mrs. Lois Lewey, of Jack-

: THE SUN'S POLICY be Mrs. Ollie B. Garry, visiting Archer, June 26-28. sonville, Mrs. Thelma Sutton of
Mrs. Estella H. Maxwell returned -
Less Men teacher from the Marion County Gainesville one neice, Mrs.
..' : 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. The theme of the conventionis here yesterday from
Public School and the Mamie Saunders of Gainesville, t
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in- editorials. System; "God's Family; and the Buffalo, N. Y., where she was
: .' and of New other relatives and friends.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. pastor memberships theme song, "Hold to God's Un- because of business for the past
I h: More Zion A.M.E: Church from Willis- changing Hands." Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
weeks.
two
r I' The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ton, and the members of Mt. During the convention Rev.G. Home in charge.

.,.j ,', .. Want Ads-376-4672 Pisgah A.M.E. Church of Archer A. Clark will be the principal JAMES ALEXANDERFinal
MachinesLast will also conduct a joint .
speaker.CONVENTION
: CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. rites for James C. Alex-
) '" service at 8 p.m.
r
ander of Hawthorne, who died

Ii; \ New ,York's Crime Problem" ( of three articles on The public is invited. Rev.C. SET ing services. Olive ,A.11 M.a.m.E. -A. Morn-C. E.! June 12 at the Veterans Administration -

coal and poverty in Southern P. Brown, pastor; Mrs. League 6 and evening Hospital in Lake City
p.m.;
: : The suggestion to, all Catholics in illusion of safety that has made life Appalachia.) Marie Irons, reporter. The Women's Home Mission services, 7:30 Sunday, June 28, following a lingering illness,

WASHINGTON In and Educational Convention, will be Men's and also the will be conducted Sunday at 2
off the bearable for law abiding citizens.It Aprilof au- Day
the Brooklyn Diocese to stay
4 from the Gil Gal Bap-
this year the first new xiliary of the Suwannee River State Rally will come to a close. p.m.
1 i streets after dark and to travel on United Mine Workers' con- SINGERS TO APPEARThe Progressive Association, with There will be two well known tist Church. Interment will follow -

j the public transit system in groups has been pointless, senseless tract to be negotiated since City-wide Gospel Singerswill Rev. Lloyd, moderator, will be speakers for both morning and in the Hawthorne Ceme-

nature of the recent flare up of 1958 went into effect. Effortsto in musical held at the St. Paul Baptist evening worships. Each member
a
I appear program tery.Hughes
L is a startling indication of how serious gang violence that has prompted religious apply the provisions of 1958 at the Galilee Baptist Church at Archer June 26-29. is asked to pay $50.00 for & Chestnut Funeral

IL: the crime situation in New York leaders to urge extra precau- to hundreds of dog-hole mines Church at Hawthorne Mondayat The theme of the conventionis the he or she represents. Rev.E. Home in charge.

City has become. tions and in at least one neighbor- in the Appalachian coal fields 8 p.m. "God's Family." The theme D. Arnold, pastor; Mrs. H. C. MRS. BESSIE SALLET

hood to form vigilante groups for produced strikes and voilence This promises to be an ex. song is "Hold to God's Unchanging Young, reporter. Funeral services for Mrs.

Gangs of young toughs have been extra policing. that brought out the national cellent entertainment, and the Hands." Zion Temple A. M. E. ZionFathers' Bessie Sallet, who departed this
guard in 1959. (Peace has not 12 at Martin
life June
Day will be observed Friday,
% :' t responsible for most of the incidents yet been fully restored.) public is invited to attend. The principal speaker will be during the Sunday services. It Plant Hospital of Clearwater,

.&' that have come to the public's at- Clearly an atmosphere of dread The base wage since 1958 Rev. G. A. Clark, and.the public will be featured with special Florida, will be conducted Sun-

and frustration is getting a grip on has been $24.25 per day. The is invited.PERSONALS. features dedicated to the honorof day at 1:00: o'clock p.m. at
-i 1 tention. There also has been a series AILING AT HOME
residents of large sections of New new contract will raise it $2 father. Church School, 10 Hopewell A. M. E. Church, Lake

-- of crimes, including murder and York City. It's a dangerous situa- per day by next year. This Sammie Campbell is ailingat a.m.; morning worship, 11 a.m.; Butler, Florida.

flag to thousands of unemployed his home. and evning worship, 7:30 p.m.Men's Survivors include Mr. Gilbert
: rape, by individuals. tion that is going to be extremely miners and the thousandswho Idella Pinkney,
;; Mr. and Mrs. M. Williams of Day will be celebrated Williams, Mrs.
difficult to deal with. work the small dog-hole Mr. Campbell's friends are I June 28. We are inviting our Mrs. Bessie Peterson and Mrs.

I Residents of large cities become pits at scanty wages dictatedby urged to visit him, Mrs. F. D. ,.Tampa cently ,visiting were at Mr.Williston and Mrs.re I friends and neighbors to share Fannie Mae Booker all of Alachua -

q more or less calloused to the com Vigorous action by city officialsto the operators. These men Shannon, reporter. Hilliard Williams. the occasion with us. Rev.W. L. ; Mrs. Mary Francis Stag-

._j ::1 mon run of crimes. They are familiar supply extra police protection have been cut off from union Souder, pastor. gers and Mr. Detroit Williamsof
membership. Those unemployed i Cpl. and Mrs. Leander McNeilof Tampa; Mrs. Lucille Wilsonof
with the districts in which they
obviously is needed. But the kind of Methodist
Chapel -
for a year or more are eli- CONVALESCINGMr. Morehead City, N. C., were Wesley Pompano Beach; Mrs. Alice
are most likely to occur and stay lawlessness that is developing is minated from benefits and at Williston recently visiting Cpl. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Men's Merriex: Mrs. Senda Mae Warrens -

away from them. not the kind police are normally pensions. For all of these the Times, who is ill, was McNeil's mother Mrs. Emma Day will be observed, 11 a.m.; aFather's of Tarpon Springs; Mr.
much
II reported as improved at McNeil. They were Day program, 3 p.m.; Willie Williams of Gainesville;
l prepared to deal with. new wage contract produces his home on N.W. 10th Street. accompanied
and evening worship, 6:30:
S If they *must go about their busi- feelings of desperation and by three of Mrs. McNeil'sbrothers two sisters, four brothers, 35
strikes Mrs. Susanna Chisholm, whois William, Larry and p.m. Rev. Robert Jamed, pastor grandchildren, 11 great.grand-I
Sporadic occur-
ness or pleasure at night, they take envy.
Wholesale arrests, strict curfews, Alexander. McNeil is ; Mrs. Amy L. DeBose, re- of nieces
red in three major mining ill at the home of her rela- Cpl. stationed children and a host ,

reasonable precautions' ,and rely w neighborhood vigilante patrols are areas where men, still union tives at Alachua, was reportedas headquarters Marine porter. nephews and cousins.

largely on crowds of other city dwell' ,not remedies that would be wel- members, struck in protestThe improving. Corps, Washington, D. C. They Hopewell Baptist S u nday The eulogy will be presentedby

p ers for their mutual protection. For come in most communities. Theyare U. S. Department of La. also visited relatives at Sarasota. School, 10 a.m. Following Sun- Rev. C. Simmons and the

the most such have School the Hopewell Home funeral will proceed to Newnes-
I part precautions not permanent cures for what- bor and the Department of day ,

I been sufficient to assure them of ever is with certain Health, Education and Wel- CHOIRS UNION Miss Mary Hall and Miss Car- Mission will meet. Choir No. ville where the last respects will
wrong youth
Larkins Funeral Home
fare, also winced at news of rie Gilbert, both of St. Peters- 1 will have its rehearsal Tues be paid.
reasonable safety without too much
elements in New York. But they the wage increase. They knewit The Friendship Choirs' Union day, 8 p.m.; and Choir No.1 will be officiating.MRS. .

inconvenience.' may be necessary if for no other meant, in the long run, will present its monthly feature. will have its rehearsal Wednes- BESSIE SELLET

reason than to give residents in more unemployment a n u program the Zion, "Choirs In Parade"at Took Them :day, 8 p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, Funeral services for Mrs.

M-M Even in the slum districts, crowd those areas a bit of temporary relief more strain on social ser Church Temple 3 A.M.E. Zion pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon, re Bessie Sellet, of Alachua, will
at
Sunday F. G.
fe 1 I. ed conditions and a sort of multual from the strain that is begin vices. The "war on poverty," Wingate, president; Mrs.pjn. F. D. At Their WordLOS porter. be the held Hopewell Sunday A.M.E.at 1 Church p.m. at in i

I( self policing attitude on the part ning to show in their a tions toward which includes education and Shannon, secretary; Mrs. A. M. Brooker Greater Bell Methodist Lake Butler. Rev. C. Timmons

? t\ of residents have created at least an self protection.to retraining, becomes the more Pridgen, program chairman; ANGELES (AP) The Sunday School, 10:30: will conduct the service and

necessary. Mrs. G. L. Souder, pastor. sign atop the Hyatt House, a ho a.m.; and morning worship, Larkins' Funeral Home of
5- J Higher costs in the coal industry tel-restaurant, said: "June is 11:30 a.m. Rev. A. J. Anderson,
Clearwater is in charge of ar
will mean a more determined dairy month. Take a cow to pastor; Mrs. Nellie Moore, re
Burial will be at
search for fewer HAWTHORNE NEWS f5th lunch." porter.Mt. rangements.Newnansville C e m e tery in

Ii Voice of the I I.f men chines.and This more is inevitable.efficient ma-The Anniversary So Ray Hansen and his daughter Carmel Baptist Sunday Alachua.

People attack is Ann, did. Hansen is presi- School, 9:30: a.m.; morning worship Mrs. Sellet died last Friday
on a long-
overdue poverty the human he Male Chorus of Haw- dent of the Dairy Valley Cham- 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30 p.m.; in a Clearwater hospital. t

.f t I move against of educational thorne will observe its 5th anniversary !-ber of Commerce. and evening worship, 7 p.m. Relative include Mrs. Fanny

On The Sun's Opinion by-product at the Galilee Baptist Betty Lou, the bovine, con- There will be mid-week Medita- Mae Brooker, Mrs. Bessie L.
= Page lacks in the
t : particularly Church at Hawthorne, on Monday sumed some hay in the restau- tion Services Tuesday, 7:30 Peterson, Mrs. Idella Pinkney

( area of children and younger at 8 p.m. rant Thursday. She dressed for p.m.; Youth Forum Wednesday, and Gilbert Williams, all of
i Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the adults who be educatedand
People commit. Letters can
This promises to be the occasion in flowered and also both Choirs Alachua Mrs. Willie Williams
t must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot retrained.A a very a 7:30: p.m. ; ,
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The outstanding entertainment and straw bonnet. Nos. 1 and 2 will have their joint of Gainesville; Mrs. Cindy Mae
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or few mines already have the public is invited. Eddie L. The sign atop the Hyatt House rehearsal p.m.; and Teachers' Warren, Mrs. Alice Merrix, Detroit -

tel. l1 intent. closed down in the first half Martin, president; B. E. Brown, that afternoon said: "Guess Meeting, Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; Williams, and Mrs. Lucille

Just the Cut sell his skill at a price that you are a goody-goody non- of 1964. It cannot be argued secretary; Rev. B. C. Clinton, what? A cow came'to lunch. And Rev. T. A. Wright pastor; Mrs. Wilson all of Tarpon Springs, .

a will keep him busy and his smoker adrift in a sea of ill- that the wage increase was pastor. had a mootini. Esther W. Hamm, reporter. Mrs. Francis Williams, of Tam

% Not the Plush neighborhood from looking mannered bores filling the air directly responsible. But the pa; 35 grandchildren and 11

like a "Beetle" Beatnik with fumes competitive drive of machinesand great.grandchildren.MRS. .
EDITOR Sun: Several or a sulphurous. I feel
J months ago I wrote a letterto colony. He should be able to sure your public letter must wages means sure deathto THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT PEARL DAVIS

the Sun complaining about do this without fear of reprisal have left your smoking acquaintances hand-mine operations and Funeral services for Mrs.

the price of haircuts and a in the form of broken win- with a good feel- the semi-mechanized. Pearl Davis will be held! at the
dows and other of sabotage A marvelous new machine Greater Bell Methodist Churchat
types -
couple of our local "Barber- Dissenters the Court"It
I
ing.There to
called "the continuous miner"began
Brooker
at 1
ians" as well as a reader that this particular union are yet places in this Sunday p.m.

: I from far off Jacksonville has been suspected of practis world, Mr. De-Skunker, where operation in the larger with Rev. A. Anderson officiat-
mines in 1958. Manufacturershave ing. Interment will follow in
took time out to explain that ing.When you could remove yourself to ahead with im By DAVID LAWRENCE is meaningless to speakof their own notions of wise political the Rhuda Branch
;r they ran plush joints-t he several of the electric and be free for the rest of gone WASHINGTON A major- constitutional 'develop- theory. The rule an- Her Cemetery.
immediate survivors
I rent was high, they had mu, companies were accused of your life of the miasma of provements-as they have in ity of the Supreme Court of ment' when both the languageand nounced today is at odds with include .
her
The 1964 husband Charlie Davis
agriculture. continuous ,
sic, magazines, etc., ran costs this same sort of price fix- smoke reeking in your pres- the United States has again history of the controlling long-established principles of .
Willard
Mitchell
miner for son, Pompano
mediumthickseams ;
,
j pretty high.However ing, they were fined heavily.That's ent habitude.I overstepped the bounds of provisions of the constitutionare constitutional adjudication under -
will and brother Lewis Wash
75 ; ,
produce tons
my kick is not \ the difference? do not smoke cigarettes judicial self-restraint. This wholly ignored." the Equal Protection ington Monteocha.

so much against the barber JOHN W. HASTINGS myself but have always felt per man every eight hours. time the Court has chosen to Justice Harlan further declared Clause, and it stifles values of Duncan, Brothers
The machines installed in morticians,
who can con his clientele into 1021 NE 20th Ave. that cigarette smoke when not ( 1958 ignore the language of the that the Court's action local individuality and initi- in
are
thinking that all this frosting too diffuse is a pleasant aro- produce 40 tons per man.) Constitution itself which givesto "amounts to nothing less than ative vital to the character of MRS.charge.LUCY ATKINS
Also available for those with
: makes a haircut worth a ma in the air. Many of the the states the right to fix an. exercise of the amending the federal union which it was Funeral
services for Mrs.
'Noii.Twitching'NonSmoker
is brand
I buck and a half as againstthe cigarette smokers I know are called capital "the a long wall new unit their own voting districts for power by this Court," and the genius of our constitutionto Lucy Atkins, of the Waldo Community .

conspiracy,to force a uniform -; intelligent gentlemen always ma- the two houses of each legis- said: create. .
will be held Saturday at
chine. It will turn
out three
price and make it impossible ready to put down and out lature.No "For when, in the name of 4
at the Mt. Carmel Meth.
times the volume of the "What the Court has doneis pjn.
I for the guy who EDITOR, Sun: Here's a their cigarette when a non- con- such usurpation of power constitutional interpretation, odist Church at Waldo with Rev.
to convert
tinuous miner-about 250 tons a particular -
wants just a haircut to get note for the "Smoke De- smoking lady enters the by the judicial branch of the Court adds something to political Robert Dell officiating. Inter-

I one at a reasonable price. Skunker," who wrote the room, certainly not the weak- per man per eight hour day. the government has been recorded the Constitution that was deliberately philosophy into a constitutional ment will follow in the Waldo
The machine carries its rule, binding
Personally, when I go into' Voice' of the People on June willed human vacuum: you own before in the whole excluded from it, upon Cemetery.Her .
each of the 50 from
states
roof
,
with
support operated
\ barber shop a haircut is portrayed.I history of the Republic as is the Court in reality substitutesits
a immediate survivors In-
all I want, with a minimum 14.The world is rank with foul wish to salute in closingthe automatic hydraulic jacks. being manifested by the pres- view of what should be so Maine to Hawaii, from Alaskato clude her children, James At-
Texas
also will without regard and
be- "
Strip mining
odors, and high the list is non-smoker that ent court. The Supreme for the amending process.
of conversation, barroom music on acceptshis without for the kins, Ocala; Misses Janie and
1 I and the Police Gazette the odor of self righteous, smoking friends without come more productive. Two Court by its recent decisionshas individualized respect and differentiated many Minnie Atkins, Waldo; and sister -

1 along 'with the other drivel. smug, intolerance.If reproach, in contrast to the new shovels are being built taken upon itself to tell JUSTICE HARLAN pointedout characteristics of each- Mrs. L. King, Miami. -
for use this year. They will the board of supervisors in a that the decisions this
4 like Time and Life. smoking were not both De-Skunkers who can twitch state characteristics stem Duncan Brothers, moriticians,
pick up almost 300 tons per county how it shall tax and week "give support to a cur- ,
accepted and tolerated there wrinkle their in
I feel that barber shops and noses at a from each state's distinct are charge.
scoop. The shovels now in use its It mistaken view of the ming
appropriate money. rent
: should post prices conspicu- would not be an abundanceof rising tendril of cigarette JEFF PETERSON
bite about 150 tons. The has told the American Constitution and the constitu history, distinct geogra-
moreover
up ,
I c \Sly unless the shop catersto ash trays in public and smoke 40 paces away or,can phy, distinct distribution of Funeral services for' Jeff Peterson -
same crew can operate the people, in effect, that tional function of this court."
private areas. ridiculous of Starketown will be
the class of trade where assume a expression population, and distinct political !- ,
price is no object. And I feel My congratulations, Mr. De- of self-righteous irritation larger ones. .there must be no prayer in He continued: heritage. My own under- held Sunday at the Duncan
I Once this equipment is in the schools during school "This view in a nutshell
,
too that a barber who has a Skunker, on your announcing at nearer smoke tendri's. standing of the various theo- Brothers Chapel at 4 p.m. with
and general use by the larger min hours. And now it has under is that every major social ill Rev. D. A. Williams
low overhead should be able publicly blatantly that NAME WITHHELD ries of officiating.
j f ing companies, the casualtyrate taken to say that the 50 statesof in this country can ,find its representative government Interment will follow in the

among ,the small and the Union cannot have their cure in some constitutional is that no one theory Starke and Nelson Cemetery.His .

medium sized mines espe- legislative houses based upon 'principle and that this Court has ever commanded unanimous immediate survivors Include

POTOMAC FEVER cially in Southern Appalachia any form of representationthe should 'take the lead' in pro- assent among political his wife Mrs. Lenoa Peterson -
scientists historians others
j -will keep the statis- Constitution of the state moting reform when oth e r or ; son, Walter Peterson;
who
have considered the
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau tical undertakers busy. may proclaim but must con- branches of government fail lem." prob- sisters, Mrs. Lillie McRae, Tam
An estimated 125,000 miners form to a formula set forth to act The Constitution is nota Mrs. Susie Duncan South
pa; ,
Our presidential campaign must be very confusing for Khrushchev. Everybody -
turned out 452 million tons of by the Supreme Court of the panacea for every blot upon Carolina: Mrs. Bertha New-
knows the Rockefellers run the countrybut'Nelson can't even get the should THUS, THREE justices of
1. United States itself. the public welfare, nor
coal in 1963. Ten
years ago the man, Maryland; Mrs. Magaline
nomination. Supreme Court criticized
Republican this Court ordained as a judicial -
il almost 300,000 miners workedto their six Hill, Wilmington, N. C.; Mrs.
for having
.' -- IF THE FOREGOING observations body, be thought of as colleagues
Semina
: Now the Supreme Court says the states must realize that city folks are just produce 457 million tons. are considered too a general haven for reform overstepped( the bounds of Bellamy, Ocean Drive
Beach S. C. sisters'inlaw
The production of 1963 was 13 ; ,
the
as good as farmers. From there it's only a step to intermarriage. Constitution.
: critical of the Court's dec! movements.
Mrs. Minnie
per cent above that of 1961. F. Jones, Cocoa;
sions, doubts dispelled Justice Stewart, in a dissenting What the I
: declined any are can people Edna A. Williams and Oneita
Goldwater talks about Ike's dime store New Deal. Scranton talks aboutBarry's But employment 13 by the actual words of opinion in which he throughout the country who Smith Hawthorne Mri. Ruth

: k dime store feudalism. Why don't we just elect Barbara Hutton? per"Coal cent is bread in Southern the justices who dissented in was joined by Justice Clark, disagree with the court do Kendall, city; ; Mrs. Edna

-- the reapportionment cases declared: about its rulings? For one Starke Miami brothersin
What worries the Republican masterminds is that getting these Appalachia. Bread grows ; -
they keep scarce-and bitter. handed down on Monday of thing, they can urge Congress law, Rev. J. A. Duncan, South
more
: horried hunches that maybe the mainstream really i is goldwater. President Johnson's this week. "WITH ALL RESPECT, I to pass a law taking from Carolina; Frank Starke Haw-

:, proposed Justice Harlan, for example am convinced these decisions the Supreme Court all jurisdiction -I thorne; Evans Starke 1 ami!
The U.N. needs more imagination and initiative. hasn't it sent Gen. attack on poverty involves ;
Why declared that the fail- mark a long step backwardinto in apportionmentcases. and Cleveland Kendall
DeGaulle to Cyprus to soothe Archbishop Makarios Appalachia and the shuns city;
ure of the Court to considerthe that unhappy era whena But an even more effective and mother-in-law, Mrs. Sarah
of cities. tied
... -- They are toget- language of the Four majority; of the members of course would be the Stsrke, Starktown.He .
Of course the Russians had to top us. Michigan has monster that eats her. Thousands in the slumsare
i a teenth Amendment on this Court were thought by passage of a new constitutional was a member of World
; berry .pickers-so Siberia comes up with one that eats reindeer. untrained, uneducated which the Court's opinion was many to have convinced amendment reiterating that War 11. Members of the American -

men and women who have based "cannot be excusedor themselves and each other the states of the union havea Legion are asked to serveas
; ,. The Agriculture Department wants to begin studies to develop non-chemical left Appalachia. This "war" is explained by any conceptof that the demands of the Constitution right to apportion legislative pallbearers.
: I pest controls. You don't need studies. You need a rolled and good one also necessary to national. '
': reflexes. up newspaper 'developing constitutionalism. were to be measurednot districts under their. own Duncan Brothers, morticians,
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ROME ( AP) Close friends 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Cow- !Pam, entertained with a brides-. MINIT [[[ jd

of Donna Laura Segni, a shy les and Mrs. John Harrisonat maids luncheon honoring Miss ro.,
silver-haired Sardinian of gentle the Harrison home, 727 SW Chris Carlisle, bride-elect Fcv I I.'Lll'

., upbringing, have good rea- 4 l Ytr 27th Street. Party Compliments Wylie Hardie Jr., of Augusta, L ,.:
son to apply to Italy's first lady
the nickname "parafulmine"I Bridal luncheon honoring on Wednesday at the Gaines t I
lightning rod. Miss; Dian Aiken, fianceeof ville Golf and Country Club. OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!

I She not only serves as a Paul Martz, noon, Mrs. W. Gretchen SmithMrs. The hostesses presented Miss
peaceful oasis for President An- y.' G. Carver of Lakeland and I Carlisle with a corsage of white! HEW LOW PRICES i 1
t e her daughter Miss Jean Car- carnations and yellow
tonio Segni but also knows roses'J PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
how to absorb the tensions and ver, Hotel Thomas. Mrs. Wayne Carlisle, GAINESVILLE STORES '
t R. L. Bowman and Mrs.![carnations and roses was honoree of
pre- the pink
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f storms that can build up if. t. 'T s 0x Wedding of Miss Dian Aik- corsage 1234 NW 16th Are. 1023 SE 4th Avc .
t. her husband because of his en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Shumaker entertainedwith sented to Mr. Charles E. Rich,!carnations, and Miss Melanie 3725 W. Univ. A.... 3809 E. Univ. A.... J :

high office. and Paul Martz, son of Rev. a luncheon complimenting I mother of the bridegroom-elect.i Carlisle, sister of the honoree, 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd. \ f

Donna Laura, 68, is five and Mrs. Charles T. Martz of Miss Gretchen Smith of Havre,A bride's book was also presented -,with a white carnation, corsage. 4105 NW 13th St. \ 1
f than her hus- : de! Grace White stock, carnations and ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. & 441 t
years younger A y p q Pompano Beach, 7:30 p. m., Md., bride elect of to the honoree by the r
HIGH SPRINGS 3rd Ave. NW &Main .
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band. She prefers a quiet life First Presbyterian Church. Charles A. Rich, recently at the hostesses. j yellow roses was the centerpiece WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
in the shadows of his career Gainesville. Golf and Country Places used for the luncheon ta-
were marked for the
and rarely attends official functions j Miscellaneous shower honoring Club.A ble.
at the Quirinal Presidential j Miss Patricia Ann Reh- honoree, Mrs. Charles E. Rich, cards ALL BRANDS King Size :
of white carnationsand Mrs. S. L. Wedding bell place
Mrs.
corsage Scruggs T. A.
bein, bride-elect of Arthur
ad-
Palace. She openly Filters l
-. McMillan Mrs. roses was presented to the Elder, Mrs. F. C. Myers, Mrs. marked places for the honoree Regulars
mils she is frightened at such 7rrf: w Dunscombe I
affairs. Donna Laud Segni, shy George Birkett and Mrs. Fred honoree, and a corsage of pink!R. E. Jones III, Mrs. Barre- Mrs. Carlisle, Miss Melanie Carlisle ':
Miss Marcia Mase, Miss .
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"The nicest part of my day," Sardinian wife of Italian Birkett, 8:30: p.m., 1061 NE more Brown, Miss Judy Spur- CIGARETTES
: Miss Barbara
i she, says, "is when Antonio President, Antonio Segni, cud- 20th Place.Rehearsal. HomeDemonstration lock, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Rosemary Johnson, .
M. K. > Buns, Miss Pam Spache,
dles a grandchild. Smeltzer, Mrs. Maurice
walks into rooms
l our private Miss Penny Fay Miss Mary Ann Buswell, Miss
Duffy and Mrs. Brooks
closes the door and tells me: Shu-
Hendry and William C. Canady Charlene of Jacksonville,
Boggs
maker .
Jr.Girls
7 'Now we are alone Laura'. recently. "I know every stoneof $
Jr., wedding party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Gerald Rudderman and
Still AdaptingMrs. this coast. This is the most
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Highlands Presbyterian Church, Meet PlannedMrs. Mrs. Robert Clayton. _
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Segni, the former Lau- marvelous place on earth. dinner to follow.SATURDAY Attend
ra Carra, is the youngest of As often as they can the Monnie Williams -
five" daughters of a Sassa i Segnis fly to Sassari for weekends June 20 presented
9w magistrate. She and Segni met with friends at the Presi- I a program entitled, Camp WeedMiss .E
I of Miss "Home Decorating and Pleasant I
in childhood. They share a love dent's sprawling farm, where Wedding Penny Fay : Ii
: C. Living" when the Gainesville Elizabeth KING SIZE
and William
Hendry Canadyjr. Solley,
Sardin-
for the land, typical of acres of olive trees and citrus daugh-I i
Home Demonstration Club ter of Mr. and Iw
Highlands PresbyterianChruch Mrs.
ia's islanders, and a taste for orchards stand green against I
7:30 p.m., reception follows -met recently. Solley, and Pam Stringer I
Debussy, Bach and Chopin.I the deep blue Mediterraneansky. PEPSI COLA
Both are accomplished pianists at Church. County Council By-Laws were daughter of Mr. and Mrs. War I
read and members were told ner Armstrong Stringer, will:
P and frequent concert goers. Rustic and Classic Wedding of Miss Janet E. __
I that the July County Council represent St. Michael's
Donna Laura was raised in There Mrs. loves to of Mr. and Episcopal -
Segni put Cooper, daughter
meeting is for officers only.A Church at .
the old tradition that a wife on an old earth-stained dress, Mrs. Harry E. Cooper and Edgar II Camp Weed.ltmattdl l
I must be able to adapt herself a pair of sneakers and a loose S. Burr, son of Mr. and Mrs. July meeting for members 6-BOTTLE
to her husband's personality, straw hat to set out on long Bernard E. Burr, 7:30 p. m., and their families will be held ta I Ir CARTON 3 9c :
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serving as a silent partner to
walks across the quiet country- [ona Chapel, First Presbyterian .
C. B. Gaskin. ,A
f sustain the burdens he must Church, Reception in Church tQrtn ,
carry. side.Donna Laura is a striking Parlor. Hostesses for the meeting yea
She has been following that when were Mrs. T. W. Gause and gro .
who stands out
concept since their first mar woman affairsin Coffee honoring Miss Jane Mrs. Irene Harvey.Additional. I REGULAR or KING SIZE
she is dressed for state
ried days 43 years ago in Peru- Hannon, bride-elect of James I
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the thousand-room Quirinal
1 gia, where Segni taught civil Adkinson Jr., Mrs. D. T. Phylawand !
law at the university. She is Palace back in Rome. She Mrs. A C. Phillips, 10:30 Oil I Ass't. Cold Cuts I Brides' Books, Bibles COCA COLA6BOTTLE
smiles often, in a winning way Cheese .. Plus Bridal Items
and Cut Many
still 'adapting herself-for in- a.m. to 12:30: p.m., 1209 NE 4th I I
that is both and spontaneous. to Order. Also
shy Eggplant "eats up" a good I a i
dis- Street.
stance, overcoming her Variety of SaladsTo CALL US FOR QUALITY '
deal of fat when it's being fried.
like for flying to go with the Go. WORK PROMPTLY DONE
President ort frequent flights Tall and blue-eyed, she prefers "Coke" party feting Miss i Start with about a quarter cup I
from Rome-to Sardinia and oc- blues and browns in her Chris Carlisle, bride-to-be of of vegetable oil in a large skillet CHESNUT OFFICE

: casional official trips to foreign wardrobe which she has placedin Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta, for a single layer of eggplant II EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. CARTON 39c I
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1 The Segnis have four sons. House of Carosa. She deviates 1020 NE Third Street. needed. Or use butter or margarine I 106 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-8421 I
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Celestino, a Dinner honoring Miss Pa- If
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occasional jeweled embroidery
in organization helping under- Neil Gornto following their ONLY
developed nations. Giuseppe, on an important gown. wedding rehearsal at the Whole House Cooling with

36, Is a doctor of children's diseases Mrs. Segni devotes much of Archer Baptist Church, Mrs.H. BEER.NM :

and Paolo, 27, is a doctor her free time to the Italian Red B., Skinner, aunt of the 31,500 BTUs- $1/L61 1 1this ,
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: Pupils 1 I EagerL; to{ :Learn of Communism Kennedy Death .


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I'f 4 .J. .1 A '" 're interested in world affairs, about communism. Ask any soldier -munists controlled the govern Probe Is Ended

AP Education. Writer you know what's going on." what he knows about com ment.

): : Course PrQlijigitccess.? 'And nine Otho G. munism-he won't know. He'll "There also was '
T years ago, pressure onus
t. By STERLING F. GREEN commission with the ffli .
i Bell had said, "Sure I made say he hates it-but he doesn'tknow to paint Socialists and Communists -I' j expires I
1: I. propaganda broadcasts and I what it is." with the same' brush. WASHINGTON (AP) The i ing of its report.
In Florida .Schools hearings are over and the find.
4 High signed petitions. I signed every Thousands of U. S. high They overlook the fact that Mayor -] The last of more than 400 wit.
due within
ings but
I 1: damn thing they put in front of schools have been teaching their Willy Brandt of Berlin is one I a fortnight, nesses was James J. Rowley,
the Warren its
commission kept
Chief of the U.S. Secret Serve
I me. I was too dumb. They students at least something of Europe's leading Socialistsand
g
door for belat-
t If : them it means world com United States, all about the depression aided me. They made up the about communism in recen t at the same time, one of ajar today any ice. He answered questions for
ed disclosures the assassination
J War ." ,'racial segregation, ando stuff and I signed it. I didn't years. Europe's leading anti-Commu. on 3& hours Thursday. On leavinghe
of President John F. Ken.
J on memory takes 'you on. Well, I knew there'd beena know what it was all about." the instruction nists." revealed only that the atmosphere

nine years to a little Army depression, and I knew we had Joyce Wittenaur of Terry Par- Usually, comesin Florida still has its problems. nedy. inside was "very
short unit 6 to 9 weeks
a ,
;, in the shadow of San racial segregation."I ., ker put it this way: "This is the inserted somewhere in One is improving the qualifications If the presidential body head. pleasant."
a courseon
I I Golden Gate Bridge, never' was sure when they one high school course I've en- U. S. world in of the teachers. Few of ed by Chief Justice Earl War' Rowley has made no public
or history or
I an interview with three re were telling the truth and when joyed most of all We must understand -the known, them have had an opportunityto ren meets its timetable, the statement whatsoever on the
j
J course popularly as
I I ker Korean War turncoats. they were lying. They mixed me the Soviet system be- "Problems of Democracy" or study communism in depth. public will know by June 30 all shooting which ended the life of

;; j "I Chinese made it sound up with words." fore we can defend our own system -"Contemporary Problems" for This is being met with special that the investigative resources I the young President who per.

I fine," Lewie Griggs had Ken Mayes, another Terry even to ourselves." 12th graders. summer courses and workshops of the government could uncover -sonally picked him for his job.It .

t then. Parker senior said "This Turncoat William A. Cowart on the Dallas tragedy of last
I course designed to give the teachers a was believed that the com-
{ used to talk to us (the creates a 'sense of awarenessyou had defended his actions this, Florida has a state law requiring better background. Nov. 22.President. mission, having already quizzed

I, l ) a lot about life in the i read the papers more, you- way: "I didn't know anything i that every public high school Florida State University, a Johnson will receivea dozens of Rowley's agents and

I .S student successfully complete a major source of teachers for the report totaling more than 500 ballistics experts, asked the
six-week course on "Americanism -
i ,,' state, now requires all prospective -pages, supported by transcriptsof chief questions which went con-

J St. Louis It versus Communism. social studies teachers to testimony which are said to siderably beyond the adequacyof

Tearing Up Duval County upped the requirement -, take a special course based on rival in bulk the findings of the the precautions taken in Dallas !

F to a full 18-week se- the communism program. Pearl Harbor Commission after and the behavior of the

mester. And Terry Parker High, Within the framework of the World War II. agents before, during and after

one of the. Duval schools, may state law and the teacher's There may be some surprises, the shooting.
To
f. ;j Just Build New Image I have set a national precedent by guide, Florida communitieshave commission sources have hint Warren has indicated it is his

offering an optional full school been given considerable ed. But there is no indicationthat view that the commission's assignment -

I 11 year, 36-week program.U. freedom in developing the Communist the seven-month investigation includes discretionarypower
N Ntw cork Wfws ial Park, for a set of business- servation of local neighborhoodsand S. schools have been slowto
'I : study program. has turned up any disclo- to propose any changesor
I sponsored renewal plans that the value of the Victorian bring a study of communisminto casting serious doubt on it considers
Louis is a city that has vir sures improvements
i'I By torn itself apart to re have even alarmed some cri heritage. the classroom.For i Nine Positions the FBI's original basic conclu needed in the procedures for

1 ) itself in a new image. tics.Although At the present time, however one. thing, the climate of: sions. protecting the President and his

; t' I dent it stresses its "glamorous" St. Louis has more shape- the times was against it. I' The FBI's report remains secret family.

ence city plans to raze more new developments, it less, bulldozed open space and It was less than seven years Appointed On still, but it is known to in- The key testimony linking Os-

I(1! 23 city blocks in its down- is in this kind of rehabilitationthat more ambitious and debatable! ago, for instance, that the Amer- dicate that Lee Harvey Oswald, wald to the crime apparentlywas

1( he area, connecting the Mill St. Louis sets an examplefor plans for renewal than almost ican Legion reversed its long FAU FacultyBOCA the embittered ex Marine that of his Soviet-born widow -

.: Desert with the still des the rest of the country to any other in the country. standing policy against teaching marksman, conceived the slay Marina, who was questioned
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like Jefferson Memor- study and emulate, both in con- RATON AP-Florida) ing and executed it alone. Two for four consecutive days in
::t net's With 465 acres of weedy, bulldozed !)- 'anything about communism in

i ::: land in the center of the the public schools. Atlantic University appointednine days after the assassination, Os- February through an interpreter -

j -; city, the Mill Creek Urban Re- I Even three years ago, only 36 men to positions in the wald was shot to death in the and was called back agait
I == Take the Plunge Colleges of Business Administration -Dallas jail by Jack Ruby, a Dai-
newal Project presents the per cent of the school superintendents -
= and Social Science to- last night club operator.It .
close in national
questionable spectacle of one polled a

z 1 of the most said a course on communism day.The was learned, however, that
country's unsuccessful -survey |
Ignore Topless Suits four appointed to the the comission stands ready to
t:: redevelopment It should be required.A .
programs. of the College of Busi-- informa-
faculty receive last-minute j
second factor is that it is any
j-1 is the largest area of its kindin
JEAN SPRAIN WILSON said Katherine Robinson of B. ness Administration were: tion offered and may itself recall
much easier to talk about the
/....a: YORK AP-It's all Altaian's in New York. any major city dedicated to Dr. Wallace H. Best of Harvard witnesses if members find FftST
( I
Rep. ac : the theory of total slum clear- evils of communism than to design -
has to the viewpoint'wheth- school the University, professor; Dr. any points which need clarifying
a high course on
I
) the nudest-thing in women's Most .buyers.not .buying the. ance. subject. Irving M. Bonawitz of North during the writing of the report.In .

that wear fashion-that topless not-quite-a-bikini, such as, one;. Known locally as Hiroshima Where do teachers eastern University at Boston, addition, FBI Director J. .
get
you
. I -is quite an eyeful, just at Carson Pirrie & Scott in I Flats, it was leveled in 1960 61 qualified to venture into such associate professor and chair Edgar Hoover has predictedthat '

ed $8 or unlawful. Chicago, sniffed at it as "unim and has never had an over-all deep and turbulent waters? man of accounting; Dr. William investigators will continue I]

portant fashion-wise a gim. development plans. textbook K. Saign of San Diego "for years to come," even
1 differed this What do you use for a ? claims network.
sharply mick"A This year St. Louis is celebrating State College, assistant professor though the life of the WarrenIN
Whose definition communismand
as Rudi Gernreich's dar ] Contact me today!
its bicentennial, but of administration and Harold .
; COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
: design for feminine sunwor San Francisco buyer has already the site of the original tradingand its dangers do you adopt? C. Allen of PrattWhitneyin IN THE AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY

was bared for buyers taken the plunge in These are some of the problems FLORIDA. 117 N.E.
one. town the Mississippi Atlanta Ga. instructor.The
trapping on IN RE; Estate ofDAVID
\ the country after a brac And actress Pamela Tiffin saidshe'd Florida eductators grap- ALVIN DAVIES.
is now the flat, bare, five appointed to the 16th Arc.
.
. introduction here a few days go along with the "pre pled with when the law require Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.All
un landscaped 80 acre riverfront faculty of theCollege of Social
f. ing a six-week course in communism of the Estate of DAVID
i mood creditors
" vailing like at
spots on
i park'cleared in t he Science Dr. Kenneth M.
were: ALVIN DAVIES. Deceased. are hereby PhoneFRanklin
=.. became effective in the
stocked it' to' the Riviera. National Michels of Purdue notified and required to file any claimor
Jefferson
buyers 1930's for the .962-63 school year. University, demands which they may have
r up with the trend toward "But I'd never wear such a Expansion Memorial. professor and chairman of the against said Estate In the Office of
l;; II' $500 I Fred Turner, the state's textbook the County Judge of Alachua County.
,t-. ic suntans, an Associated revealing suit if I were the only Here the city's most spectacular chief, was in charge of pre- Department of Physiology; Dr. Florida., in the Courthouse at Gaines- 2-0444
yule Florida. within six (6) calendar
:1 J" :1'T 'survey showed. Others woman in the party so exposed. construction, the giant paring a teacher's guide for the James P. Latham of Bowling months from the date of the first

: split it because the mode I That would" be just plain exhib steel gateway arch, which will course, with the help of a 13- Green State University, professor publication demand of must this be notice.in writing Each claimor and Ralph Turlington

not suit the moral mood of itionism. be the tallest national monument -, member committee. and chairman of the Department must state the place of residence and

: clientele, or the town. The prevailing mood of the in the United States, is Pressure from extremist of Geography; Dr. and post must office be address sworn to of by the the claimant claimant P82t097
Charles L. of Purdue his ag..nt, or his attorney It wil'
f. : & Taylor's in New York Seattle Police Department is to rising slowly, slowed furtherby groups was immediate and ,' Darby become void according to law. or "-'----.-. ,hIatt sail

: in an order because the arrest..immediately the wearerof the technical complexities of heavy. University, associate professorof -s- Helen K. Davies STATE FARM '
Helen K. Davies as IMnl Jtotwdiili tearuct
tmfUlftmOffct.BlMBuniliv.'I&Mis I
4 of : Jbikini is.lfnoL: Jn.Jaste such a garment on a public its daring engineering.When "Some of the committee members psychology; Dr.' Douglas S. Executrix of the Estate Of Im.n'!

souri : rig 'to standards of beach! test'case ''Would! haveto it is finished next year, wanted the guide to say Gatlin of Wake Forrest College, 3435): 6:19,David 26; 7:Alvin 3,10 Davies. : {I_

full store." I decide the lawfulness of sucha I the 630-foot inverted catenary that the federal government in assistant professor of government -- --- .. --

suit on public beaches in Mil symbolizing St. Louis's tradi- Washington has been infiltratedby and politics; and RogerM.
indecent exposure. Nichols of Florida State I FATHER'S DAY IS
waukee said F. Communists Turner said. SUNDAY
County Judge tional position as the gatewayto ,
to j jail ex
you'd ,
go instructor in
a spokesman for Fi. Ryan Duffy Jr. the West and called a "tri "Some people wanted us to go University, government I
and .
arch for the 20th cen- even farther and say that Com- politics.NOTICE
'in Boston.? In Chicago a police official referred umphal OF INTENTION TO ( ACTION!

.i sell in Seattle' the question to the Parks tury" by its architect, will dominate -Notice of Intention Name to Register Fictitious REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
; never Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida
Tow .
the with Eiffel .
area
for Bon Department, claiming "We do Pursuant to Section U5 09 Florida Statutes Statutes, notice Is hereby given that
a spokesman
not set standards for beach at er-like insistence.Notice undersigned, notice, Is NORMAN hereby given E. that ROBBINSand the the undersigned. R. L CHAFFIN ,- Ing
b close in that city. business under the firm name of
t tire." But a Parks Department of Intention to Register Fictitious MICHAEL G. KINDRED doing UNITED CONTRACTORS P. O BOX
I t : can't see this fashion be- Name Ltd., P.O. Box 14305 Univ. Station 36 MciNTOSH. Fla. and 2419 NE 10th ,
spokesman passed Ihe buck Pursuant to Section 845.09, Florida Statutes Gainesville, Alachua County. Florida TERRACE, Gainesville Alachua County '
f 1g popular in Michigan for I back by claiming, "We only insist notice Is hereby given that the un- Intends to register said fictitious Florida. Intends to register said fictitious '- .
name under the of the afore.
if de ersigned, JOHN T. PITTMAN. doing provisions name under the provisions of the aforesaid -
ever, clean. The said Statute.
years the suits be business under the firm name of THEJ Statute.
on Robert Emmet of Jacob- morals of the situation are fof J. SANFORD CO.. 703 NE First St.. Dated at Gainesville. Florida this 3rd Dated at Gainesville. Florida. this 18
Gainesville Fla., Gainesville Alachua day of June A.D. 1944 day of June A.D.. 196.4.
balky Shops, Detroit. the police." County. Florida Intends to register said -MICHAEL G. KINDRED R. CHAFFIN
fictitious name, under the provisions o! (3392) 6:5. 12. 19. U (3437) 4.19 26; 7.3 10 I : .
( with
isn't in keeping our
Some buyers who bypassedthe the aforesaid Statute ,
A contended Jor- Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 2nd ;r.waII.Cw ,
R I them image, a in bare bosom bathing suit believe day of June A. D.. 1964s ,-
John T. Pittman
Marsh spokesman -
is not for
1 said. the timing right John T. Pittman

deep it, but the day will come, they (3391) 6:5. 12. 19, 26

IN many'..cases..the customer say, recalling early reaction to : Judicial In The Circuit Circuit.Court In and of for Florida.Alachua Eighth County '
does find a seller will be [ the bikini. In Chancery.
FOR '- OTTO CHARLES HOELBINGER,
surreptitiously, as
IN In the Court of the County Judge, Alach Plaintiff,
GUS she were buying bootleg ua County. Florida In Probate.In -vs
re: Estate of MARGARET DORA HOELBINGER /
vs. CLARENCE VERNON NOBLE, Defendant. )" .
Deceased.To NOTICE OF SUIT ,e ,, ES ;', 7 1
I will have them for people All Creditors and Persons Having TO: MARGARET DORA HOELBINGERRoute
ask, but we have absolute- Claims or Demands Against Said Estate 2 '
: Lyons New York
'I plans to display them" You and each of you are hereby notified You are hereby notified that a Com- '
; and required to present any claims plaint for Divorce has been filed against
signed, Circuit Court of Florida Eighth and demands which you. or either of you, you and you are required to serve a copyof ( j
of the Circuit In And For Alachua may have against the estate of CLAR. your answer of Pleading to the Complaint -
In Chancery ence VERNON NOBLE. deceased. late' on the Plaintiffs Attorney J. Em )',. 1'i 1VTJ 1 J1 1 : _,.._ ..
by H. EASTMAN. ''of said County to the County Judge of ory Cross P. O. Box 411, Gainesville. '5, '.'/' .
"S' '
Closure Alachua County. Florida at his office in Florida and file the original answer or \ 'I
: caus the court house of said County at Gaines pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the ---; .
the M. EASTMAN. ville. Florida. within six calendar months Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of __ &
I from the time of the first publication of July. 1964. If you fall to do so. iudg JiJOEJOG:
Ii'r' /f.'Hfl:
being N .- this notice. Each claim or demand shall ment by default will be taken against H OOH
A. NOTICE TO APPE/ be in writing. and shall state the placeof you for the relief demanded In the Comrfamt. -
I IE M. EASTMAN residence and post office address of j/
I KNOWN ADDRESS the claimant and shaU be sworn to by DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville. '
wife Dandy Avenue the claimant. his agent his attorney and Alachua County. Florida this 3rd day of
said Florida any such claim or demand not so filed June 1964. !
Final are hereby notified that a suit In shall be void. J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk.
tell at : : Pace been brought against you -BEATRICE WOOD NOBLE Circuit Court Alachua' County f1
and i I H. EASTAAAN In the Cir As executrix of the Last Will and Florida /
I Door Eighth Judicial Circuit in Testament ofCLARENCE By CHERRIE HALES /
In the Alachua County Florida. The VERNON NOBLE DEPUTY CLERK
the 7th of the suit Is for a divorce. You deceased. J EMORY CROSS
i. of : summoned ordered and re- Clayton Arnow Duncan & Johnston Attorney At LawP.
tales ; to file your answer or defense to Attorneys for executrix O. Box 411GalMsv1lle. L1
of filed herein In the office 2J4 South Main Street Florida I
I pro Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and ,Gainesville Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1
Florida County Florida on or before 3390) <:S. 12. 19, 26 3395) '.l 12. 19. 2A
Lot 1944. and to serve a copy of such 1/
a IU or defense upon Richard J. Wil

Page Is 5'Southeast Attorney First herein.Street whose. I /
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all The be fall,entered Florida.not or egalnst Decree you Pro for Confes-tit. I 'IlI1L. says: Hurry, get your '

: demanded In the Complaint. ....
any my hand as Clerk of said AIR 1 .
satisfy I Court of Alachua County. Flori- in
Dated the seal of said Court at Gaines money by Le
'i Alaehu County Florida en this CONDITIONEDHUSBANDS Cheval'knitmovesasyoumove
1. of June A.D. 1'J. ". :
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Now Or s F WASHINGTON (APArnoldPalmer ) Palmer cut a two-under-par hand off two;.straight*, tour victories After today.the-ficld will be side, and had a 32 on the back J

H has 198 boles to go on 68 out of Congressional- the and faded to a 71 after a cut to the low 50 scores and nine, the best score for that

the Grand Slam of golf. only player in the field of 150 fine 33 on the front- nine. tiesr-and the way things are shattering stretch.
"" of the world's best golfers to Jack Nicklaus, the 'Ohio-golden going they may'have to ask for Palmer, stalking the fairwayslike It

That works out to 54 more break par in the opening round bear and co-favorite with volunteers. an angry panther and lur-

fj Never F holes of the U.S. Open here-18 Matches Par Palmer, who bogied the last Johnny Pott,. Billy Casper, ing the entranced legions of Ar- '
I three holes for 72. amateur .and nie' \
and a Billy Campbell Army in his wake, started
i.a today 36 on Saturday-and
f Only one golfer, obscure pro ; Snead Has 72 little known club pro Joe Zaka off as if.,he were really human, ,
72 holes each at the British Bill Collins of Baltimore
a : Snead .af 52 rian
a? Old Sam tryingfor of Modesto CaliL. joined too.
t t Florida's ONLY (but not necessarily the BEST) chance Open and the PGA. Palmerwon matched par 70 over the 7,053- the 24th consecutive time to Lema at o 71. He missed the fairway with f i

to win a Southeastern Conference football championship the first leg, the Masters, yard course, longest ever used capture the one big title that 72:Group his driver on every hole until '

I may come in the next three or four years. in April. for the Open. has always evaded him, who Among the group at 72 was the eighth, and collected his

.1 This is the carefully considered opinion of one of the members The British Open is at St. All the others were over, in- had a 77 that included four putts Bob Charles, the left-handed only bogey on the third hole :.

I of the UF coaching staff who wants to be brutally realistic '' Andrews next month. Palmer cluding such as: ,from 15 feet on one green. British Open champion from when his drive caught the rough

about it all. might just walk over there on Defending champion Julius So widespread was the toll New Zealand, who must have and his second to the green ran

I 11 j" In a recent, off-the-cuff chat with sportswriters the __..T.-.Y.<...._>,.. "" 'ff.- the water. Hardly who Boros, who had 77, includingtwo extracted by the course that contemplated switching rather over.
i\ I coach laid it on the, line. He said, "If we don't win an SEC watched him trample anyone the brood- double bogey sixes on the only 46, less than one-third of than fighting when he playedthe "I got away with some bad j.
ARNOLD PALMER bank nine.Champagne the field-broke 75. first six holes in 5-3-3-5-5-5- for holes Palmer
't I | football championship within the next three or four years ing, brutal Congressional Coun- driving seven f
I. i we may as well forget it." The King try Club here Thursday, Tony Lema, who And 31 were 80 or above, five over par. said. "Then I got it under
course
( The coach's reasoning is sound. Florida has chosen the would expect Palmer to sink if,came to the Open with the hot more than one-fifth of the field.I But Charles stuck to the left I control." j

J I future path of academic excellence. Inexorably, it will he undertook the tourney. ... ;;
j I show up in the pattern of future recruiting by the Gators j '

"j I (and Florida State, too). "We may wind up some year with Minnesota '9' \
,I i HO of the most intelligent athletes you ever saw," he said. Satewlle U11 1

"But there may not be enough of them who possess the other WASHINGTON (APLeadingfirst )

f'I ''' traits that go toward making a student football play round scorers Thursday in

'. er." the National Open golf cham- '

'I ;: The increased stress on academics has narrowed the Ga- > pionship over the par 35-35:=70 Reigns Again ,

--._.. tors' field tremendously in the past three years where re- :M.x Congressional Country Club SPORTS,
I cruiting is concerned. "We used to be able to start off with course: ;

:: a list of 60 or 70 boys. Now it's been cut at least in half. 5' y a le'is As NCAA

I "And of those," the coach said, "we have to figure losIng is Arnold Palmer _. ._ 35-33-68 King

t' so many to service academies, so many to out-of-state Bill Collins .. ._._. 35-35-70 "
.1: schools, so many to other schools within the state-we get aWilliam Campbell 36-35-71 Friday, June 19, 1964
I
I Johnny Pott ._._. 33-38-71 OMAHA, Neb. (AP-"Dewey) ish, all under Coach Hi Sim-
iti what's left. And where that used to be 35 or 40, in the future -
'Iarkus is the guy-put it in his mons.
Joe Zakarian _._ 34-37-71
it be only 10, a dozen or 15."
,' may Tony Lema _._._ 33-38-71 hands and it's done," Coach Missouri beat Minnesota 4-1

I( .;....;. Bill Casper _. ._ 35-36-71 Dick Siebert said after his Min- Monday, then the Gophers drewa

f.Ae1..v/ Ken Venturi _._.. 38-34-72 DANCERIN nesota club beat Missouri 5-1 bye into the finals and Mis-
Bobby Nichols _eo._ 36-36-72 THE for its third straight election- souri nipped Maine's giant kill

Robert Jpansiuk 37-35-72 year NCAA baseball crown. ers, 21.
i M. 1L r Iw i Missouri went into the tourneyas
Paul Scodeller 38-34-72
ACTION "I've never singled out one the No. 1 team in the final
Bill Martindale _._ 36-36-72
Cb 3I man before," Siebert said of
Labron Harris Jr 34-38-72 his second base- poll of the nation's college
fiery junior
coaches.
Charles Sifford _._ 37-35-72 The Tigers' pitchingstaff
"But
man. Dewey picked us up
Bob Charles ..._. ._ 40-32-72 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS richest feature races. after that brutal Texas trip. Aft- had an earned run averageof

) Ed Furgol _...._ 35-37-72 Northern Dancer, leading, er that I didn't know if be- 0.67 in the college world se-
:: There Is a possible road out, however. It's the same high .i Jack Nicklaus .._. 35-37-72 candidate for the 3-year-old di-I Northern Dancer, who num- longed in the Big Ten.we He ries. Missouri finished 27-5,

.' way that Southern California has traveled in its remark- Tommy Jacobs _._. 33-39-72 vision championship, and Olden bers the Kentucky Derby and chewed out every man who Minnesota 3112.

able resurgence as a national gridiron power. -=:<<<"S._.,._____ Bruce Crampton ...-... 38-34-72 I Times, making a strong bid for Preakness among his conqueststhis booted a grounder in practice."He .

It's the junior college system. BILLY CASPER Stan MOSP _._. 37-35-72 the handicap title, headline Sat- year, is considered to have made those head-first

Draw for use The Challenger Richard Crawford 35-37-72''urday's horse racing program the 1% miles of the $50,000- slides, and soon every guy on GriddersManicure
Heavy a-Denotes amateur with in two of the
appearances 'added Queen's Plate at Wood the club was sliding headfirsteven -

The Trojans have drawn heavily on talent from the wide- bine locked up. The race is lim- into home," Siebert said.I

spread family of junior colleges in the Golden State's educational ited to horses foaled in Canada "You know, the kid is an i n-

system. Florida's JuCo system also is far-flung and Young Richey AdvancesTo of spiration-he's only 5-foot-7 and
and there is none in the field
he had
all those following
officials in is big guys
still growing. But the policy of state charge eight entered Thursday consid- Gridiron
him around like
lap dogs.
1 NOT to permit football but to emphasize athletics such as 'ered worthy of giving E. P. y

basketball, track, baseball, golf, tennis, swimming and Taylor's son of Nearctic a good High Praise r
cross-country. London Semifinals workout. Joe Pollack, big junior right- CULLMAN, Ala. (AP-CulI. 1
Southern Cal has come all the way back from the depths hander, also drew high praise man High School's football field
of a 1.9-0 season In 1957 to 11-0-0 and a national title in 1962. Olden Times carries the Cali- from Siebert for his fourhitter.He will be one of the state's best-

w It was quite an achievement.West 33Vin ftork Sima player and Wimbledon top tation at stake every time she fornia-owned silks of Rex Ells- had a strong fast ball and manicured gridirons this fall. f

Coast football, in e feral, has gained from By FRED TUPPER seed. Emerson doled out a plays and she quickened her worth into the $100,000addedIllinois threw a baffling change-up with Six youths have been sen-

the strengthening junior colle J.-, system in existence. meager three games to Jose pace to run out the match at 86. Handicap at Arlington two of three different speeds. tenced Recorder's f
Chances are extremely remt / though, that the Sunshine LONDON Cliff Richey has Mandarino of Brazil today.In On this form both Lejus and Park as the favorite under top by Court
State will move in that direction. Before the junior colleges done it again. The 17-year-old Dmitrieva rank in world class. weight of 125 pounds. The West- "Joe was in command," Sie- Judge Tom Smith to work 20

-rf in Florida play football, such four-year schools as University American Junior cham pion the lower half of the draw, Margaret, top seed and prohibitive erner has won his last two out bert said. "This was probablyhis hours each on cutting and trimming -

t. South Florida Florida Atlantic at Boca Raton and bounced into the semifinals ofthe blond Tomas Lejus surprisedKen odds-on favorite to ings, the Churchill Downs Handicap best game." the grass ,.on the oval. t
-: of at London court championships Fletcher, one of the better I regain and the Metropolitan .....,'A(..." ."'"." .... .......h.._ ., 1.,:The?.boys'all pleaded guiltyThursdayOojcharges
the new school coming at Pensacola will be knocking grass her Wimbledon title, meets .. the.
.shartJy..after Markus
the door for "first-come, first-served." yesterday by beating itinerant Australians. With his. Monique Salfati in the semi- at Aqueduct by"healthy"mar= game" of painting I
sighed with the Chicago Cubs "CHS class of
Everyone knows how much help the Gatorg and FSU Osanu Ishiguro of Japan 6-4, coach making gestures from the finals at Queen's Club. Mo- gins. The Arlington race is at 64-go, go, go"on l'
{ for a nominal $2,500 bonus withSiebert's businesses and other
the Russian ,
6-0 -
balcony, won property
would get from competition by three more schools within nique, daughter of a Riviera one mile, the same distance as
63.It blessing. in Cullman.
the state. It probably would be the straw on the camel's back rained steadily all day atthe I 4-6, 6-3 for the most notable Beach master, shook up the Times won in 1:34 2-5 with 119 Minnesota
of his won the NCAA In One of the lads said he could
that would relegate the Gators and Seminoles to second Queen's Club and the victory career. crowd with a masterful victoryover pounds in the saddle. both its
previous trips to the work out his sentence on Satur-
rate football existence on a permanent basis. matches were brought 'indoors Lejus faces Rafael Osuna of little Deidre Catt of Brit- \
finals 1956 and, This
him in the 1960.
Arrayed against wasMissouri's days. Seems he took a summer
schools headed in that direction now on wood. Richey likes the sur- Mexico in the semifinals. Cat- ain. 3-5 and 15-40 she
As it Is, the two are Trailing Illinois Handicap will be such fourth time in the job-as a painter for the Cull.
as the academic screws tighten. It's a problem that can'tbe face. He has played on it inhis quick on his interceptions, the pulled out the first set with other top-flight members of the finals and third runner-up fin- man County School Board.
laughed away. It's also a problem that the alumni and home town of San Angelo, American champion won from four games in a row and then handicap division as Admiral

alumnae, if the ladies care that much, should recognize.The Texas. And he was getting tremendous John Newcombe, the Australian outsteadied Deidre in a base-
Admiral's 118
UF coach smiled when he said, "It may be that we'll pace on his ground I Davis Cup player, 6-4, 6-4 witha line struggle to win 7-5, 97. Vic and, Tamao 120; 118. 'A field Voyage of ,nineis

have to 'talk' our way into winning football games in the strokes yesterday. Ishiburo had shower of angled volleys from Anne Haydon-Jones meets the
expected, giving race a
future. For sure, our squad will be able to debate with any- upset Frank Froehling, the I midcourt. Lesley Turner of Australia in -

body on the schedule." \ .American No. 3 on grass yesterday That other fine Russian player the lower half of the draw. Miss gross value of $113,600. I

but he simply could not Anna Dmitrieva, gave Mar- Jones won as she liked from Northern Dancer, never out

I rtlauoi' handle Richey's speed of shot. garet Smith' fright. She drop- Rita Bentley of Britain, and of the money in 17 career starts

I Richey will get his baptisminto ped the first set at 4-6 and then Miss Turner outgunned Tory: and winner of $531,572' figuresto

is Loon I big time tennis tomorrow firing her lefthand service in Fretz of Harrisburg, Pa., who: get his chief opposition from --=. --- -----=--=-=-- -----.
-- =
when he faces Roy Emerson of the corners led at 4-2 in the was playing with her serving: two former stablematesGrandGarcon --------=------=-_----_ --.::---,---- --. ----
-= = """ s- = c'ot :-
I Australia, the world's ranking second. Miss Smith has a repu- arm in bandages. and Pierlou. The Dane-. = -- -----:'=' -- f=:- --.


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:34 22 .607 -
Chicago San Francisco 35 25.513 1 :
36 24 .600 -
Batlimore 32 27 .542 3V4
New york :323 .596 VaC Pittsburgh 31 27 J34 4
A\!--'pllnd fSOta 32 30 29 27 .526.525 .A''*/, Cincinnati St. Louis 31 31 JOO .Because It's : _
: 31 31 .500 4 Milwaukee 30 30 JOO 4 Big --_ -_== -
Boston: Los Angeles 30 30 .500 6
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Detroit 26 32 .448 Chicago 21 V .<" 6K .
27 37 .422 11
Washington
4 Houston 21 34 .452 1
Los Angeles' 26 36 .413 11V) New York 1* 43 .3M IIYesterday's
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Yetterday's Rttgltti Result 1\\ II
i Kansas CIty 3. Detroit 2New 6. Chicago 3 .
Philadelphia
\ York 4. Boston 3 Pittsburgh 10. New York A By ARTHUR DALEY slightly satanic.. The 18th is the finishing hole, 'a wicked 465-
i > Chicago 2. Baltimore 0 St. Louis 7, San Francisco *
J Only game scheduled' Came Only games scheduled Sfriu lark cimra yarder with a peninsula green jutting into a lake. It's in a
1 Today* '
4 New York Hamilton 4-0 at Chicago Today's Games natural amphitheatre which can hold, perhaps, 25,000 customers -
1 1 Peter 72. night and Spanswlck 1-2 San Francisco Herbel 4-2 at St. Louis WASHINGTON The Congressional Country Club, an on the hilly slopes surrounding :t. And the lake is

i Boston at Baltimore Connolly Robert 1-4 4-4 and Estrada Los Gibson Angeles 34.Moeller night 4-5 at Cincinnati awesome green giant disdainfully brushed aside parshattering so deep that two lifeguards are stationed on its shores in
1.1. 2. twinightCleveland Maloney 47. night challenges from mere man today as the United States
fall in
case gallerites or golfers want to hara-kiri.
John 2-5 at Los AngelesChance try kind of
Philadelphia Culp 25 and Mahaffey2 whisky
its with lan- my
A-3. night at New York Jackson 3-t and Wake- Open was started over sprawling acres. It did it
Detroit Lolich e-5 at Minnesota Kaat 6-X field t-2. 2. twl-nlght gorous deceptiveness because it had none of the hoked up Had BrainStorm"The
night Houston Farrell 10-1 at Milwaukee Fis-
Washington Cheney '-3 It Kansas City cher 5-b night trickery of so many of the recent courses. It did it becauseit
Drabowsky 27. nightTomorrows Games Chicago Jackson 1-5 at Pittsburgh bliss is big and has all the proper muscles in the right places. "
3-3: night real 18th, continued Joe, "was a little pop shot
Cleveland at Los Angeles. N Tsmorr w's Games fairest we've in longtime
"This is the Open course played on a
Washington at Kansas City, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati N across a pond for a par 3. It had no place for a gallery. Justas
Minnesota" said Lema, an early finisher with a 71. "B u t
Detroit at Philadelphia at New York Tony
I was leaving from my first inspection tour a couple of
York at Chicago Houston at MilwaukeeSan "
I i i New hole is hard. Others said the same until this refrain
t Soston at Baltimore. N Francisco at St. louis every years ago, I got a brain-storm. ex:SoItIcatW:7
I Chicago .t Pittsburgh became a day-long echo. :
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW. 'Let's take the lake hole from the other course,' I said, lkreJ
L Pc?. G.'. "It's so tough out there, added Champagne Tony with
SportsOnTV 'and interpolate it here. Then we'll have the smashing fin-
FL Lauderdale 37 22 .427
of 'his 'sparkling grins, "that I don't see how of us -
one any "
St. 31 23 .423
Petersburg ish we need! And that's exactly what we did. 'jO
Lakeland 36 24 .Ml 2Vi will last out 36 holes on Saturday. We'll need oxygen and '.
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The most interesting hole today however proved to be qt' ,
Dayton Beach 33 24 JS 4 : i
Sarasota Tampa 30 26 32.36 ..'.1'. 12V IV* ambulances. the block-busting ninth, the 599-yarder. What adds to its dif- ., ;. .: t. _

Miami Orlando 24 20 31 41 JS Js? 11 Uv It was a gorgeous day with dazzling sunshine but with ficulties is that a ravine slices across in front.of the. green ". --f ,
| SATURDAY Yesterday's Result just enough breeze to temper the heat. However that mediumsized and even the biggest hitters must play short rather than risk .;- r r

12:30 CKD Baseball Cubsvs. Fort Lakeland Lauderdale 1. Miami 44.1 'Tampa H wind still had sufficient strength to trap the un- a tumble into the gully. ., K

Pirates. Daytona St. Petersburg Bead X..Orlando Sarasota' 2 S wary, especially on the brobdingnagian ninth with its yardage Li one practice around Arnold Palmer, who has been I '
1:15 O Baseball Giants vs. todays Garnet of 599 yards. sensibly playing safe in all previous ''tries, got off a monstrous .. smalTfa.aarwa: on
Cards. Miami Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland at Tampa "I'll tell you one thing," said George Bayer with a lugubrious drive. He reached for an iron. -

3:30 EHD National Open Sarasota at Daytona Beach shake of its. head. "This is really a helluva hole to "No, Arnie, no," screamed the gallerites. ."Go for !t."

Golf St. Petersburg at OrlandoINTERNATIONAL day." The huge Bayer. is one of the longest hitters in the They acted like Met fans. 'Arnie's face crinkled into a iI1!.

Action on the last four LEAGUEW L Pet. C... game. smile. He shrugged his shoulders and took out a wood. He. 1 ."
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holes in the final round Jacksonville 37 24 .407 carried the ravine but landed on the far brow of the hilL He "

of the 64th annual National Syracuse Toronto 31 34 ,23.sU M J47 2H 2Vk' Great Third Shot settled for his par but vowed he never'would try 'such fool-; -. ,..:. .., ... ,
; Open is telecast from Rochester 30 24 .554 3% ishness again.Total ... ....; u .. ,
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31 24 .544 4 .. llr"urboa
Congressional Country Richmond 21 32 .447 ivfc ,Jack Nicklaus another of the boys from Powder River, --, .'- .!".'..; .... "- ',\tI.-- .

s Club, Washington, D. C. Atlanta Columbus' 14 22 30 35 .251.316 11 13 hooked his drive on this hole and was short. It took a magni- Disaster .- -' :.. ;: v.a"r. r .

Entrants include Arnold ficent iron third shot to save him his par. c-f ...... '.
I" Yesterdays Results .
w, Palmer, Jacky Cupit, Toronto 4, Richmond' 3 "This is a long hole for a missed tee shot," 'said the strap- One lesser player met with total disaster on this hole, to .,_aasesm.a 4e

Jack Nicklaus, Gene Lit Atlanta Syracuse 3.L Rochester Jacksonville 2,10 1 Innings ping slugger who is known as Ohio Fats. "I'm just finding day. He was Bob Hendricks a ,pro from Telford ,I'aH: .

tler and Julius Boros. Buffalo at Columbus.Today Game Ppd. wet grounds that out. What a course!" He was delighted that he had escaped didn't even carry the ravine,on I his third .sh) He>lost his "

SUNDAY Columbus at Toronto so neatly. ball in the woods on the;;right tide of the gully "botf. m. A"
Giants Richmond at Buffalo of the longest searching party did 'a magnificent job. U'found tour golf; 1 AM
1:15 O Baseball vs. Rochester at Jacksonville Perhaps the most striking aspect Congressional,
Cards. Syracuse at Atlanta, 2 course in Open history ,is that it received so unanimous. balls in the underbrush. None ''was,"his. .

-. 1:30 B Baseball Yankees. an endorsement from those who usually growl and grumbleat He shot over taking a stroke-and-distance, penalty/; the true olilslYleKentuouBourbon
vs. White Sox. Ellis MarriesTAMPA the artificiality of the hazards dropped into other Open Again he landed in the same spot but found his balL He-

5:00'O CBS Sports Spectacular courses to bedevil them. No one' was more pleased at this eventually chipped into a trap beyond the green He exptedt,

't I Fla. (AP) Cincinnati reaction than Joe Dey, the executive director of the U. S. ed too far. Finally he bad a two-foot putt.' The ball hit th'. :

Highlight the NCAA Reds pitcher' Sammy Ellis Golf Association and the chief plotter for open layouts. back of the cup and bounded back to where it, had started.

Track an. !'d Championships took advantage of an off-day in ."This is what we always strive for uniformity," said He wound up with an 11, thereby ''endearing himself-'every*

> tapd: yesterdayat the Reds schedule Thursday and Joe. "This is a game of accuracy and we insist on penalizing duffer in the gallery. Oh, yes. he shakily finished with.an wTj sways smoother because jtS.sKnvdtstttMKCITUCir

the University of Ore- married Lynn daustre of -mistakes. The hole I'm proudest of is thelStn" This is a great tournament over a great course. The evi-j. STIllGHT lOUUON.. WHISKY II PROOF (|;AHY, TIKES.l

.gel.fm ...- I Tampa. lag mistakes. The hole I'm proudest of is the 18th." dence today is incontrovertable. 1V O."Lun..CO.'A.r.- LOU.1U1tUa&LIItCU--, ..... 1T0106IT

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I By HAL BOCK a single-game St. Louis RBI Chicago 63. league homer followed Richie innings on homers by Donn
'Associated Press Sports Writer high for the season. Ray Sadeckl beat the Giants Allen's infield single in the sec- Clendenon and Willie Stargell

I I It's the ninth inning and your The Cardinals, hard-pressed for the second straight time but ond and Callison's seventh of the latter a two-run shot.A .

'team is down by a run with two for runs during their recent needed late-inning help from the season came with Cookie 12-hit Pirate attack handed

I Ii i men on. Who do you want as road trip? battered Giant ace Roger Craig, Mike Cuellar and Rojas aboard an inning later. AI Jackson his seventh straightloss
II your hitter? Juan Marichal for 11 hits and Taylor. The loss dropped San Ron Santo belted two homersfor and ran the little lefty's <

I How about Willie Mays? Well, all'their'' runs in the five inningshe Francisco a game back of Phil- the Cubs who lost their first season's mark to 3-10. It was

Alvin Dark had him Thursday worked. It was Marichal's adelphia. series since May 21. the sixth straight setback for (
r tz-- : ? night, but he'd have been better third loss in 11 decisions.In Two Homers Vern Law won his fourth the Mets.

.i.iit off with Julian Javier. other National League The Phillies got two-run hom- game in his last five decisions

_It__ The Giants were trailing the games, Pittsburgh belted New ers from Danny Cater and John- with a strong three-hitter I I
at
<< -r- Cardinals in just that situation I York 10-0 and the front-running ny Callison as Chris Short won against the Mets. He got all the

f Al ? c- with Willie at the plate in Philadelphia Phillies droppedBy ,his fifth. Cater's first major runs he needed in the first three

l Thursday's 7-6 St. Louis victory. C.

it Mays had slammed his 20th htSublime

homer and two singles earlier Fort Lauderdale c C.f
but against Ron Taylor in the Jumps

'I ninth, he struck out. f

DamageJavier

I YY the Cardinal second Into FSL First Placeseventh ,.t
II I \ ti baseman, bid more damage I

Ii di. than Mays, cracking a homer,
double and single and driving in
i THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stopped an Orlando rally in the inning and then loaded
: -- ---.--, __' \'''' :;kr_ '-- _. ] '" five of the Cardinal runs. It was
bottom of the same frame for a the bases.

I Cardinals Team first Fort place Lauderdale by four percentage took over 3-2 squeaker.Last place. Orlando almost Reliefer Bill Atkinson walkedin is MINE!

points in the Florida State two runs and was relieved.
.fl pulled the game out of the fire MOST POPULAR CIGAR SHAPEWhichShaaeisYours
J The Cards play in the Seminole League in Boys' Club baseball. Fr nt row, League Thursday night by when pinch hitter Tommy Then came John Sutton who

II from left, are Dan Baisden, John Wegg, Steve Wilkins and Brian McChristian. trouncing Tampa twice in a dou- Thompson singled across one walked in another run but man- ?

1 J,*, Back row, left to right, are Larry Rodgers, Ken Kent, Pat Bourgeois, Billy WL BoxesNight bleheader.The run and made it to second with aged to get the final out.

I ,i Hughes, Doug Clubok and Steve Hearn. (Sun photo). Fort Lauderdale Yankees two; outs. He headed for home

Game broke a 1-1 tie game with three on a single by Hal Caldwell but DEEP SEA
I! AGAINST PERSOL NEW YORK PITTSBURGH I runs in the sixth inning of the was thrown out at the plate. I

: Hickman cf abrhbl 4000 Schofield ss abrhbi 3 21 0 first game and added two more Lakeland held on to third spotin FISHINGFrom
I Hunt Ib 4020 Alley ph-si 0000 league standings with an
in the seventh for a .
I Kra'pool Ib 3000 Mota cf If 5221 victory.In .
j" Chr-fph'r rf 3 0 0 0 Clemente rf 4221 eleventh hour run in the bottom
I Olson Rated Even Taylor c 3000 Stargell If 4124 the second game, Yankee \
Only C.Smith ss 3010 Virdon pr-cf 1100 .of the ninth inning for a 1-0) shut
Steph'son If 3000 Clende'n Bailey 3b Ib 4010 4232 pitcher Joe Marujo held the out of the seventh place Miami ,
Samuel 3000 w
ss Steinhatchee Fla. :" ;
Jackson p 1000 Mazefkl' 2b 3010 sixth place Tarpons to a singlehit Marlins.A .wuuat."
i, >It 1 NEW YORK (AP-Bobo) Olson co had been a 9-5 choice over The first and only time he Gonder Wakefield ph p 1000 1 0 0 0 Law Pegharonl p e/3000 0 0 1 for a 4-0 shutout. triple by Don Pepper and a.

I.I the 35-year-oid! former middleweight the 24-year-old New Yorker, a had a shot at the 175-pound di- Totals 29 0 3/Totals 31 II 12 9 single by Ron Schuler put the I on
18 months.On vision crown also was his last! New York ............... 000 000 000- 0 Both games went seven in-
only
for the
1 champion, who says pro Pittsburgh ................ 010 220 SOx-10 nings.St. winning run over Tigers. -
) -1 he is fighting better than ever, the basis of their recent fight in New York. That was at Petersburg, which holds Daytona Beach, fourth in the 'The WINNER'S 1:: :
Grounds Smith. DP New York
II \ the Polo on June 22, E-Schofield C. in -
used three
t : was rated only even money Pittsburgh 6- standings, pitchers
York 2.
performances, the everbusyBobo 2. LOB-New : second place, scored two runs ir
I 1955. Old Archie Moore knocked Feet
,
HRClendenon
Long
Persol 2B-Schofield Clendenon. the last two to stop a
I against young Johnny figures to have too much (4,, Starsel.. (in. the top of the ninth inning and I innings
him in the third round and
,.1 for their 10-round television out IP H R Ell ? SO Sarasota rally and edged by the
18
and skill for the Feet Wide ,
experience .. 7 5 5 2 3
4 1 3 4
/. Bobo ducked out of the ball Jackson. U 3-10
bout at Madison Square Garden Wakefield ..1..12.3 1 0 0 0 3 fifth place Sun Sox 65.
f. comparative newcomer. before could talkto ..... 4 5 4 1 1
park reporters Sturdivant 1 hander Butch Coast Guard Inspected
right
!' tonight. Persol, a decision victor over Hunter .... 1 0 0 0 1 1 Nash Tosses Starting I
1 I him. Law W 5 5...... 9 3 0 0 0 5 Cole allowed the Islanders only Lounge room 6'
in the week the balding contender 'Eddie Cotton in piling HBP 'By Sturdivant (Schofield). WP-
Earlier ,
-' T226. A7110. two hits and held a six-run edge Snack bar i
Sturdivant. PB-Taylor. ,
record "I'll be around after this one" v
' up an all-winning No-Hit GameIn
: veteran from San Francis- Night Game going into the last third of the Leaves Taylor's Dockat
f was knocked out in the fourth promised Bobo. SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS
abrhbi *brVi 7:30 a.m.
I round by Cotton in their return Olson, ranked third among Kuenn rf 4110 Flood cf 5 1 Gator League action yester- Returns 5 to 6
t bout last March 13. He recordis the light-heavy contenders, has Lanler 2b 3110 BrocK If-rf 5 0 0 0 TRANSMISSION p.m.
TransformersWin Peterson ph 1 01 1 White Ib 5031 day at the Boys' Club the Ori-
11.1, including three knock- a 87-13-2 record, including 40 Mays Cepeda cf Ib 5011 5132 Skinner Boyer 3b rf 5120 3110 oles edged the Twins 6-5, Indi- Slipping? ,. 'iw, #

outs. knockouts. Persol is ranked Hart 3b 1 0 0 James ph-If 2000 ans shut out the Yanks 15-0, and MOTOR ,

by :14-3 Olson has an unbeaten streak eighth. J.AloU D'port ph-3b If 3000 3100 Groat Javier ss 2b 3220 4235 the Tigers beat the Red Sox 11- Knockng: ? $5.00 per person SUBLIME I I'ANETELA
t of eight in his latest comeback The bout will be telecast nationally Pagan ss 4120 carver c 4010 7. $1.00 for Rod & Reel 4.
3001 BLUNT
campaign. He also has a good by ABC-TV. Starting Crandall C 2000 S 1000 Left Stranded?
' ': HIGH SPRINGSSoutheast Snider ph 1011 Craig p I
\ North chance to get a title fight with time is 9 p.m., EST. O'Dell pr 0000 David Nash threw a no hitter Don't Feel Blue
battered 1100
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I Florida Telephone Co. 14-3 and light heavyweight champion Marlchal p 2000 2011 against the Yanks as he We will overhaul any Trips open to individuals!

Spurs beat Rebels 8-3 last night'Willie Pastrano in San Francisco Team Haller Totals ph-c 37 611 rofali 40 7111 struck out 11 and walked only transmission Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor tJ

this October.Bartley. Legion ............ 21' 002 0016St. one. Other outstanding play $' so
in High Springs Softball con- San Francisco ...._....... MILD AND SATISFYINGTAMPA
1 Louis .....- 10J 030 OOx-7 was turned in by Mile Helton of for only J & parts i ''I'It'

tests. E-Sadeckl, Cepeda. vanler, Javier. the Yanks; Al Fraizer, Randy NO MONEY DOWN Charter Mon. 'II
Plays Ocala DP-Cardinals 1. LOB-San Francisco 7, Tues., I
Aubel had two singles and a Wins St. Louis 10.2BFlood. .I.McMillan, and Larry Compton Easy Terms Wed., Thurs. & Fri. I
Javier. Uanier.HR
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home for winning Chargers of the Indians Frank
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McNeil and Sam Steele Duncan Brothers beat Community Taylor 2.3 0 0 0 0 1 i A AI Griffie Enterprise { any
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Cueller faced 1 man In 9th. Keyes
tomorrow at Harris Fieldin
had two hits for Spurs while Spotlites 10-5 in Community -I night I I WP-Marlchal. T-2:43. A-U,876.
i a pair of home contests. Both : PHILADELPHIA CHICAGOab
had single
Charlie Roberts a .
League softball games at r h bI ab r h bl i
and homer for Rebels. Lincoln field last night. games will start at 7:30 p.m. Rolas cf 5100 A'lfitano 2b 4010
I I Calllson rf 4123 Stewart 2b 3010
Carlon Products plays Fort Post 16 has a 1-2 record to Taylor 2b 4000 Williams If 4000
1 f Alfred Maxwell and Jackie date twice Allen 3b 3110 Santo 3b 3322
losing to
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White in a game tonight in Cater If 3112 Banks Ib 4021
1 action. Almond had two hits each for Ga., and winning from DeLand. Her't'n ph.If 1 0 1 0 Ott rf 3000
loop Sievers Ib 4000 Bertell C 3000
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t TransformersTelephone 536 0-14 15 Bartley Temple. Clarence Long The Ocala team split a pairof Amaro Ib 0000 Gabr'son ph 0000 EXTRAS.CHRYSLER'S /
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safeties for Sunland.W. weeks Wine ss 4110 Burke ph 1000
McLeod and Aubel; Albritton ago.Wayne Short p 2010 Clemens ph 0 0 0 0
Rick is the hur- Dalryple C 2 1 2 1 Schaffer ph 1000
I and Lanier. Walker led Duncan Brothers likely Totals 3i 4 10 6 Totals I 31 3 6 3
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Ed Pavelka hurling tomorrow Chicago ................... 010 000 101-3 'EM
Rebels 010 001 1-3 6 home runs. Erwin Dawson PUT
Gibson and Diedeman; Floyd had two hits as did Charles Other probable starters may Philadelphia E-None. Philadelphia 4, Chicago 6. 1. LOB -
{ Lane. be Mike Gibson, shortstop; Jack 2B-Callison, Dalrymple 2, Stewart.
and Travers. Banks. 38-Wine. HR-Cater 1, Callison
Eckdahl,. first base; Ricky 7. Santo 2 (11).
Bartley Temple 070 01-8 7 2 Guenther, catcher; Pete Rob- Short, W, 5-3 ..... IP 6 H 3 R 2 ER 2 BB 3 SO 5 :
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i Hershberger and Al Weis-and Powers of Orangeburg, S. C.,

H( t' provided the only runs in a 2-0 went victory.all Howard the way for slammed his first a FOR- pu-r-riw&PRIME RULE I 17f06E3 216; Dick Prior of Vero Beach, Brown led the Mixed CALL COLLECT 462-1011

victory over the Orioles. two-run triple off loser Jack NATURAUANPBudweiser 221; and Dick Stephens of St. League >at Palm Lanes with a

( The deadly flutterball was COMFORTABLE r Petersburg and Rod McClain of 601 series on games of 200-
Lamabe in a four-run, first-in- 4&0 GARRY YOUR CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK
lofted up to home plate by ning uprising and Tresh We'GH-r' ACCORP1NGZY.i Miami Shores, each with 222 in 189212. Harvey Thomas had a

1 I knuckleball specialist Hoyt Wil- wrapped up the New York scor- the over-all field. '246 high single game. Charlotte NORMAN VEECH

helm, who probably has the ing with a two-run homer in the Rhonda Glenn of Lake Worthwas 'McElwain had a 203 high game
1 most deceptive pitch and record
for the
seventh.Ed leading the girls's division women.
I.i in the majors. i CopelandSAUSAGE
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Charles' leadaff homer in
after three rounds with 234. Be-
: Team No. 3 had a 2387 series:
I the ninth nining won it for theA's pry
Came In Seventh hind her were Linda Morris of and Team No. 10 posted an 894

Wilhelm came on in relief of and handed the defeat to Orlando, 235; Roberta Albers of high game. Bea Purdy made the I COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA

1, i Frank Kreutzer for the White his former teammate, Ed Ra-!' Tampa, 242; Tammy Bowman of 3-6-7-10 split. J JI

I II Sox in the seventh inning, al- kow. The Tigers had tied the Jacksonville, 243, and Cindy I -- -- ---- --
:; lowed only one hit and lowered score in the seventh on Bill Meyers of Ormond Beach, 259.

I his earned run average to 2.11. Freehan's homer. Kansas City
Whips
I I j ?"' That, oddly, goes with an 0-4 had capitalized on a dropped fly WingsIn The leaders, by age group: GRAND OPENING
ball by Jake Wood for its other
: record. The 40-year-old right Boys- age 9-10, John Duggan
i hander however, has made 28 runs in the fourth inning. City League ContestBudweiser Fort Lauderdale, 92287. Age 11-

appearances and been in 17 12: Eddie Pearce, Tampa,

t winning games. ran its City League Lester and Powell; Brambaughand 244. Age 13-14: Paul 85-1

( J'I Baltimore starter Dave Mc- Softball mark to 16-1 for the sea- Lucius. Vero Beach, 82-238; Age -
Nally gave up only four hits in i WHIZWASH
j son with an 8-1 victory last night
seven innings, but Hershberger
J r and Weis proved too much for $ Wmm ; over Gainesville Wings at City

d him. Hershberger hit his first Park. Guy Cleveland Construction -

homer of the season in the Co. edged Schlitz 4-3 in dateswlfe _

fourth inning and Weis connected BOSTON Twilight NEW Game YORK the other game. -

for his second in the sixth. Ib r h bl ab r h bI''
|H| Jones 2b 4120 Kubek ss 4130 Bill McGee tossed the win for MOVES MERCHANDISE
'ft That was more than enough as Conlgharo If 4 1 2 0 Rich'dson 2b 5 1 3 0 hits. The winners got only six
j the White Sox shoved the Orioles Y'trze'skl cf 3 0 1 0 Mantle cf 3000
If\\ Stuart lb 4011 Lopez If 1000 hits but combined them with
I into second place, seven Thomas rf 4010 Marls rf 3221 25c COIN OPERATED DO IT YOURSELF
Malzone 3b II 1 Tresh If-cf 4112 walks and errors for four runs
Bressoud ss 4 0 1 0 Pepitone lb 4121 in the second inning and three :: i-uiliJtw .iuJU !
I. Tillman c 4011 Howard c 4012 II CAR WASHINTRODUCTORY
I.I'I' Lamabe p 3000 Llnz ss 4000 more in the seventh.
jj Howard's TV Nixon ph 1000 Sheldon p 4000
; Totals 35 310 2 Totals 34 i 12 i
led Budweiserwith
i Boston ............... .. OIl 121 000-3 Billy Knight
New York ............... 400 000 20x-4 two hits, a double and sin-
I Crushes GET Malzone. LInz. DP-Boston 1. New gle. Al Folds had two singles.
t York 2. LOB-Boston 6, New York t.
2B Conigllaro. 3B Howard. HR- Garland Wallace and Don Ful-
CARASHThis
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In Business IP H R ER B8 SO I
Lamabe. L. '-5 00' 12 6 6 3 6 Wings. Weekend Only
Sheldon W. 1.0._ 9 10 3 2 1 5
T-2:12. A-13,'n. Doc Phillips led Guy Cleve- SATURDAY and SUNDAY-JUNE 20-21
M Howard's TV crushed General KANSAS CITY DETROITab
r h bi abrhbi land with three hits all singles. FREE
ZENITH TVWITH ICE COLD DRINKS
| Electric 16-1 and Medical Stu- Causey ss 3010 Lumpe 2b 4011
Mathews cf 4000 Wood If 3000 Larry Morris had two hits as
dents down Smith Sin I air
c FOR EVERYONE
Charles 3b 4231 Bruton ph-If 0000
did Burnsed and John Lu-
8-3 in Business League softball Colevito rf :3120 Demeter cf 4000 Ray
Gentile lb 3011 Freehan c 4111 cius. Cleveland had 13
Guy
games at City Park last night.Howard's Bryan C 4021 Cash lb 4 0 00 REMOTE CONTROLCOUCH'S
Alusik If 4010 Thomas rf :3000 safeties. Ollie Powell and losing
TV scored six runs Tartabull If 0000 Kaline ph 1000 BRING THE FAMILY AND SEEAMERICA'S
4 in the first inning and coastedas Green Jb 3010 M'Auliffe ss 3 0 1 0 hurlers Bill Lester each had two 608 N.
O'Don'hue p 2 0 0 0 Phillips 3b 3120 hits for Schlitz. NEWEST CAR WASHING SENSATION-
Williams and Smith limited Joseph ph 1000 Rakow p 2000
Totals 31 311 3 Totals 31 2 S 2 Main St.
the losers to two hits. Borie led Budweiser 040 100 3-8 6
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Kansas City
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: f the winners with two hits. Detroit .................00000 001 100-2 Wings 000 100 0-1 7 "OPEN TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY" .
Three runs in the first and I E-Charles, Wood. DP-Kansas City 1. McGee and Cook; Atwood and ToGAINESILLE.SHOPPlhlG
f Detroit 5. LOB-Kansas City 4. Detroit 4. Performance Guaranteed byCOUCH'S
"I, two each in the fourth and fifth I 2B-Lumpe. HR-Charles (8)). Freehan Wallace.
(I). S-Rakow. SF-Gentile. Own Service Dept. : CENTER
\ won for Med Students. Hoffman, IP H R ER 88 SO Schlitz 101 010 0-3 7 .
O'Donoghue ....51-3 3 1 1 0 1 I
McCauley and Chestnut had Stock ........... 12-32 1 1 0 0Pfister. Guy Cleveland 102 010 x-413
j two hits each. Winning pitcher W. 1.2 ...2 0 0 0 1 0 ----- --
I Rakow L, 3-* .. 1.310 3 2 2 4
Saunders limited losing Smith Gladding ....... 2.31 0 0 0 1
T-2:11. A (.458. I
Sinclair to two hits. .
Tonight's Church League Night Gam
CHICAGO BALTIMORE
''I I games: abrhbi abrhbi 1 0 .
Bufford 3b 4000 Brandt cf 4000
1 Field No. 1 6:30
Highlands Weis 20 2111 Bowens l-rf 4020 I
II
Presbyterian vs. Parkview Baptist H'hb'ger c-rf 31 1 1 Adair 2b 4010 I
Hasen ss 4 01 0 B.Rb'son 3b 4020"r
; 8, Kanapaha Presbyterianvs. F.Rob'sn r-lf 4010 Orsino c 3000
Nicholson If 3000 Siebern lb 4010
Southside Baptist; 9:30: Martin c 1010 Cimoll rf 2000 t
Grace Cun'ham lb 4010 Powell ph-If 2000
Presbyterian vs. Calvary
McNertney c 2 0 0 0 Savanna st 2000
1 Baptist; Field No. 2, 6:30: First Stephens pr 0000 J'nson ph-ss 1 000
Wilhelm p 1000 McNally p 2010 A Guide You'll Want to Keep!
Baptist vs. Wesley Methodist; Kreutzer p 2 0 0 0 Lau ph 1000

8, North Central Baptist vs. Landis Totals ph-cf 32 2000 2 6 2 Totals 33111

First Presbyterian; 9:30: Latter Chicago ...................000 101 0002Baltimore
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Day Saints vs. First Methodist.
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((2). SB-Weis 2.
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Haynie, Tyde and Krider. Wilhelm .. ,3 1 0 0 0 4 '"
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DEAR ABBY: Tread In your column that a woman was dates. Then dinner and evening dates. He told me he lovedme

in doubt about what to put on her mother's headstone. and I told him I loved him. (I really did.) We started IGNORE THAT SPEEDDEMONlKB' > lE NEVFR THERE'S .
I The mother had been GONE ONL1f WALrER,
married twice, and the daugher want-
"our" future. talk but Ididn't
making plans for People began to ,
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ed to use only her mother's FIRST' husband's name. YEARS OP SAFE
because I knew it was only matter of time .MILES THING ))4AVEA
care a SANE DRMNG-
You said I
"It's your mother, and you are paying for the TO tf CRAZY
monument, so go ahead and put whatever you want on it," and he would be free to marry me. V ANHOUR.y/ DO" UXKifr

or words to that effect. Believe it or not, Abby, in some Today he and his wife are back together. The man who

''I states the name on a grave memorial is considered by the "loved" me didn't even have the courtesy to tell me about :. asI

Bureau of Vital Statistics to be legal proof of death, and to the reconciliation. He had his WIFE call me! Please, Abby, i

use any other than the legal name of the deceased at the put this in your column: "Until a man's divorce is FINAL, '.. r

i I, time of death is illegal. So, the daughter should have her a woman is a fool to say more than 'hello' to him. And I 4' a 1

r mother's headstone marked with her mother's given name, sign me -

\ her first husband's surname, and her second husband's sur- THE BIGGEST FOOL IN ROCHESTER a
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l name. Example: MARY SMITH JONES.
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I A MONUMENT DEALER IN FLAGSTAFF ,
DEAR ABBY How can a address an invitation to I t1:'xn" oe. c...... bl9 c-. t
r. DEAR DEALER: Thank you for setting me (and 50 million : person

readers) straight. When I make a boo-boo, it's monumental a wedding reception to make it known that only adults are 1 1I

I I Correction: In marking a headstone, it is not daugh wanted? Ours is going to be a catered wedding receptionand 1= BALLS O'FIRE, t X CANT TILL 1 1

ter's choice. It's dealer's choice. And he knews what's legal, we will be charged by the plate. We have a large WOMAN!!! GIT BUSY AN''' l' JirLi'b C IT STOPS RAINIM; j
so ask him. family and don't want to feed a gang of kids. Can we put HiH HONEY POT

"POSITIVELY ADULTS ONLY" on the invitations? I COOK AAE SOME I II

DEAR ABBY: Please print this so someone else won'tmake :MUST KNOW Irn SUPPER !! I,

I, the same mistake I made. Five months ago a very DEAR MUST: It is considered poor taste to put "ADULTS r o J

j attractive friend called me at my place of work and said he ONLY" on an invitation. Speak with those whom you sus-

J' I was in the process of getting a divorce, and asked if I would pect might bring their children, and tell them firmly but 1h

I have coffee with him. I accepted. Next there were lunch diplomatically that the kiddies are not invited.
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Bromfield, Victor Jory, dream. He's been accus- en t ,

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11:30 O D Johnny Carson 6'/'/ | (IANT ESCARCOT IS BEING FATHER I HAVE \EXCELLENT, I SHALL TAKE THE POOR
1 a gal who claims ASKED THE COOK VTHOUCHTFULJTO FOOD SO THEY
1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin SERVED. WINE IS BEING FELLOWS
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6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. Scarrick's (Cyril Shaps) 9:00 O Supercar a Chinese war lord

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Independence as it is written is a good document or a
an important part of the American scene that it's hard to bad one?" u ar"74Gi1

imagine how this country was ever able to function without GOOD DOCUMENT 12 per cent

him.What BAD DOCUMENT 14 per cent

would have happened, for example if there were NO OPINION 84 per centA I

political pollsters in the early days of this country? group of those polled felt that the Declaration of Independence t: c&YoNE; PllO E LOOK AT AW, WE'LL TAKE I lil '' i ( IiC'EXECUTI1ly ,
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This is how the results might have turned out. had been written by a bunch of radicals and the I a L1i=TBUT WEI -4 c c1c? rr IF you USE T sRK3HT t PgNK

t I When asked if they thought the British were doing a good publishing of it at this time would only bring harsher mea I'j'h"" CAN'T' tw rT TECHNIQUE # I II

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.. iion of the people responded: When asked whether the best way to bring about reforms I :ot\ ; ,

BRITISH DOING GOOD JOB 63 per cent was through terrorism or redress to the Crown an t l r.n PAiR : I -

NOT DOING GOOD JOB 22 per cent overwhelming proportion of Colonists felt appeals should tI I a 5 I

: DON'T KNOW be made to the King. .
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The next question, "Do you think the dumping of tea in the REFORMS REFORMS THROUGH THROUGH PETITION 24 per cent z
ACTS
Boston Harbor by militants helped or hurt the taxation laws
in the New World? OF TERRORISM 3 per cent ODD
DON'T KNOW
66 cent
HURT THE CAUSE per
HELPED THE OF TAXATION 79 per cent The pollsters then asked what the public thought was

CAUSEDIDNT 12 per cent the most crucial issue of the time.

THINK IT WOULD MAKE ANY TRADE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS 65 per cent

DIFFERENCE 9 per cent WAR WITH INDIANS
20 per cent
I "What do you think our image is in England after the GOOD I '
, THE INDEPENDENCE ISSUE 15 cent EVENING HEUO Ka 0. I wMJT THI515 A PLEASURE,
Minute Men attacked per g SEE PIPNT TAJCE) THE REAL
the British at ? .. SURPRISE MJ65 LEEDS0I TO MEET
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MINUTE MEN HURT OUR'IMAGE survey also went into the question of Patrick Henry. W ANY TIME S ALL J5 *1"560 HERE l-dIEHD OP MINE ,-
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.: UNDECIDED per cent w
7 per cent DID 'A BRAVE THING AND MADE I
"Which of these two Georges can do more for the Colon- HIS POINT.
j ies 23 per cent / I.
George III
or George Washington
SHOULD HAVE GONE THROUGH
i
GEORGE III
76 cent
1 GEORGE WASHINGTON per THE COURTS. 6 per cent
r 14 per cent DON'T KNOW
J' OTHERS 8 per cent
10 per cent On the basis of the results of the poll the militant Colonials IQ
l' : It is interesting to note that 'fzs
I :80 per cent of the people questioned decided they did not have enough popular support to

had never heard of George Washington before. foment a revolution and gave up the idea of h -
creating
The next question''wa.!, "Do you think the Declaration United States of America. a

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I Miss Competing Gainesville For NEWBERRY Newberry Tonight to ThrowSpotlight




State Crown FESTIVAL SCHEDULEFriday



.Irene Wilde LaSota, "Miss June 19
Contest in Festival Building Melon'NEWBERRY
7:30 p.m.-Amateur
Gainesville" in the 1964 "Miss 'King
on
Dance in Festival Building music by
?II. Florida World" contest, is appearing 9:30: pjn.- ;

'. with 19 other girls Rockabillies

t ; from cities throughout the state Saturday, June 20
1:30 p-m.-Baseball game, Williston vs. Newberry at
I in the contest today and.Satur. School "King Water-Queen title and 34 members of melon entered in a contest supervised -

'I': day. 2:00 p.m.-Kiddie High rides open on Festival grounds melon" will be basking in the I the younger, young set who will by Lester Hodge. Hodge

"Miss Florida World" to be 2:00 p.m.-Free Watermelon cutting limelight today and tomorrow -be taking part in the Baby Pa- will award his annual trophy to _

t. judged on beauty, poise and 3:00: p.m.-Baby Parade in Festival Building rade. the champion melon grower. -
thousands of visitors
as pay candidates will be
The 1
will be crowned Festival grounds aueen _
personality, 5:00 p.m.-Barbecue supper on
homage to this "bonanza orbust" The first amateur contest held hosted
feted at a dinner, by contest '
Saturday at the Cape Coral 6:00 p.m.-Big melon contest
4 during Newberry's19th connection with the Festival Sullivan _
crop in chairman Dwight .
Yacht and Club in Dinner for candidates
Racquet 6:00: pjn. queen Municipal
annual Watermelon FestivaL kick off 7:30
Cape CoraL Building will things at p.m. at 6 p.m. in the Municipal

today in the Festival Building.Dan .
.1 building.At
r Miss LaSota, 20, is a receptionist 7:00 p.m.-Jimmy Strickland show in Festival Building Allen is in charge of this

t in the office of Gene Lid- 8:00 pjn.-Queen contest, Festival Building Sharing the spotlight with event -irhich will include a wide 7 p.m., the Jimmy Strick

don director of parks and playgrounds 10:00 pjn.-Coronation Dance, Festival Building King Melon will be eight lovely range of entertainment talent land show will begin in the Festival :' .

I, in City HalL candidates for the Watermelon from this area. ; Building.This .

will be followed by the

A dance, with music by the I festival's main event, the con

.. S. MARKET Rockabillies, will follow the am-, to the
II \ BUSINESS test to name a successor
I I_ _
UPORTReaders' ateur s/ow at 9:30 p.m. : current watermelon queen, Kay

: I The initial Festival event to- Wright of High Springs.The .

REVIEW will be baseball candidates include: Janis
1( morrow a game
between Newberry and Willis- Lynn Biewend of Gainesville,
_
of Mrs. Rob- ____, .
will daughter Mr. and r "
"ton at 1:30 p.m. The game ---------------- -

'!. I be played on the high school ert E. Biewend; Robin Gerke, MISS CONANT MISS WEND I

I TODAY DOW JONES athletic field. 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. __ .,, ti
lI. Woodrow James, Gainesv i ill e; --- --- --, rir

I 823.98 I Indust. I off 0.55 At 2 p.m. tomorrow, visitors Anne Conant, 17, daughter of -'- _

j I : Request I :206.52 I Rails 1 off 0.05 will be treated to cooling sweet Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conant, -, \

: 141.96 I Util I off 0.15 refreshment at the oldfashioned Gainesville; and Suzanne long- J_ _____
_
watermelon cutting. At that man, 17, of High Springs, daughter -r:

I Trio following market quotations I .291.42 I Stocks I off 0.18 same time, kiddie rides will open of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

arc requested specifically by readers 4,760,000 I Volume I 11,820,000 on the Festival grounds. Longman.
Sun financial 1 pag.. The
;'i'ons1he' quotaQrTtflf'K LISTINGS The will be selected by
furnished by queen.
t The Baby Parade will start at!
II judges on the basis of beauty, : _
I Herce.Wulbern.MurplieyNEW 3 p.m. tomorrow. Prizes will
;
Late MorningN. be awarded in three age brackets -talent and poise.A _
coronation ball will wind
: YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Amer Fidel Life 23 Fulton Inds 9% to: The prettiest girls and I the 19th annual Newberry Watermelon up

I i Y. Listing the most handsome boys; the
Amer Heritage 25% Gen Develop -._ 4% Festival, which is
I boy and girl with the most per-
Amer Mat Ins _ the local American
22 Mackey Airlines _ 5% sponsored by -
: AllisChal and the healthiest
Abbott Lab 2.40 38% I 18% IntHarv 77% sonality;
Allied Chem-_ 1.80 22% .Amer Pioneer Life 6% Mead Johnson T-M---.. 17% Alcoa 72% IntNick 18% looking boy and girl. Legion Post. :? P\, : .
Pac Tele Johnny Mack Brown, Post
/ Anheuser Busch -_ 52 NW 22%
AmAir 42% 32
%
Amerada Pt 2.00 84% IntPap At 5 barbecue commander has invited all of
,Anodyne __ 51/pd Philips Elec .-__ 38% AmBrk 53 Jones&L 78 p.m., a supper

i Am Elc Pow 1.16b 42 'Citizens Bank -_-._ 14Comsat Redwing Carriers 11% AmBdPar 39 KaisAl 37%! will be served on the Festival Alachua County and surround.

1 Amer Enka 1.40a 56 Corp -_ 2H Ric Group ._____ 6% AmCan 46% Ken'cott 80% grounds, and at 6 p.m., King ing areas to visit the Festivalfor .
Amer Hone 1.44a 66% Coon Watermelon will be named. He "good old homecomingstyle : ,
Lt &: Pow 3nil Sperry 6% 64
AmCyan 77%
Amer M Fdy .90 21% Cowles Lig&My will be the of the biggest fun and entertainment." MISS LONGMAN MISS GER E I
) Mag &: Pb IH Syntex --- 63% AmMot 15 Loch'd 34% grower .
Armco SU 3.00 72%
Dunn & _ Elec _
: Brdst 59 Tampa 24% AT&T 137 Lorillard 44%

Atch Topka 1.20a 31% ,Firs West. Fin'c' 14% Tech Measur _ 17% AmTob 33

I Baxter Lab -., .36 22% 'Florida TW Wts _ MagVOX 32
Gas 10% 25% AmpxCp 16% MM&M 60% Buttons 'bout to BloomWASHINGTON OutspokenPriest
Beckman In 48%
'Fla Nat'l Bank .----- 63% Valspar 8 Anaconda 421/4 Mohasco 13
Beech LF S 1.10 47
t ___._. Fla Tele 26 MUTUAL FUNDS Armour 50 Mons'to 79%
_
Bristol My .80 64% Forrest Labs ---_ 26% ACL 7H' MontWd 38% i Gets

_
Brown Shoe 3.40 92 Founders Life -_ 8 Affiliated Fund _ 8.90 Babcock 32 NatDair 81 (AP) The in the magnificent new Museumof it helps drum up support for the I j

Brunswick __ __-- 9% Franklin Life _ S5% Capital Life & Gr 10.02 BethStl 37 NatDist 26 1964 crop of political campaign History and Tecnology. team."
Cambell S 2.40 37% Great American 1 buttons is about to bloom in full New PostLOS
12 4 Divers Growth _ 9.89 Boeing 53 N.AmAv 47a I
,. Carter Pdt _ l.OOa 16% To set up the display, the The National Geographic
Grolier flower.
39
_
Dividend Shares 3.77 Borden 74%
55
Case J I .__ 16 Penney Smithsonian curators, especially Society in a study it made of
t Gulf Life S6 Dreyfus __ ____ _.... 20.27 Brunswk 9 PRR 30% ANGELES (APThe
1- Cessna Air __ 1.00 25%I Herff Jones 13 11.39 64% It promises to surpass the Herbert Collins, assistant curator -the phenomenon of campaign young priest who tried to get
Fidelity CaterTr
: Ches Ohio __-.------ 4.00 77%I Home Ins -- 62% Capit PepCola 543/4 showing of 1960, when an estimated drew heavily from the col. paraphernalia, traced the origin the Pope to remove his cardinalis
Fidelity Fund 17.87 Celanese 63%
PhilMor 79*
.1 ; Coas S Gas 31%' 200 million buttons were lection donated by Ralph E.. back to antiquity.
JaxMinitMkts going on a retreat, a
7 Fidelity Trend _ 18.89Fund'tal Chrysler 49 PhillPet 49i vacation -
CBS _ 1.80b 46% distributed to proclaim which Becker, 57, a Washington lawyer
: _ and to
Kennasaw Life a new parish
11% Invest ___ 10.99 CocaCola 130% RCA 321h Among the findings: saysa
Comb Eng 1.20 26% candidate the wearer wanted to ah"i civic leader who has spent
Life of Fla chancery .
5a Income[ of Boston 8.36 CornEd 48 RepStl 4H Campaign banners waved in spokesman."So
Cone Mills _ .80 20% see win. more than 30 years rounding up
Lowes Company __ 20 Incorporated Inc __ 9.96 ConEd 890/ ancient Athens. of
Revlon 36 Supporters
Cont Airl _ .40 23% Any casual visitor to the Republican scarce items. far as we are concerned
Milgo Electron 10% K-2 5.56 50th Roman candidates
Keystone ContCan 45'/4 scrawled slogans -
----- ReyTob "
the
: Conti Ins _ 2.20 55% National Convention case is resolved, the
Mort Guaranty Ins 25% Keystone S-3 16.66 DowChe 12 StRegP 30 4 The colleeu..r.-. v'mbering on stone road markets. spokesman said.
ContriData103, next month can pick up a chest
Pacific SW Air _ 48% Keystone S-4 4.78 duPont 254 Seaboard 47th around 30,000 item'sreflects his
L :Corn Pdts 1.50 62% - full in an hour; the same will Alexander the Great, in the l
Schlitz Brew 49/4Secur .. The n'Ew'lIlia'ro'
Life Investors -_ 20.28 EAL 3BfI Sears IH interest in the colorful sidq qf H. DuBay.
Delta Air 1.60 78 be true at the August conventionof 4th .B.C."eentr: ; sufvcr
i Life & Tr 58 Life Stock Fund 7.94 E.Kodak 133 Sinclair 45th American politics. century" had wrilten.Jthe P.() ,laccusing
___ 15 the Democrats.And .
\ Del SteelEmerson &0 % buttons to constituents.
Southern Nitro. 18 Mass. Inv Stock .._.. 16.70 Firestone 40% Socony 80% of Why do people like to wear the Los Angeles archbishop.
this distinctive
El 1.00 44% part
= Travelers Ins 4t Mass. Inv Growth 8.80 FlaPw 46 4 SouthnC 60 buttons, badges and the like? In the Smithsonian's strikingnew James Francis Cardinal Me-
America has into
Fair Camera .50g 23%! now come
Pioneer Fund 9.60( i FlaP&L 74;4 Becker told Intyre of "gross malfeasance
U%
AMERICAN STOCK SperryR of a reporter: display, there's a real log inoffice"
Finan'l Fed 49% its own, with the opening a .
Fst Chartr 1.97f 35% Puritan Fund ...- _- -- 9.66 Ford 53% s10 NJ 87 sprightly and scholarly display "Well, there's the matter of cabin, signaling the start of the for failing to speak out

EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen Putnam Growth -- 9.51 FrmstDa IH4 Studebak 7% showing allegiance. It's a formof "Tippecanoe and Tyler too" on racial matters.
Fla E Cst 13% -complete with a torchlight parade
I TV & Elec 8.11 Frept5ul 35 Swift 53 hoopla. Like
I
of
a cheering squad hoopla 1840.
I Food Fair .90 23% 301h -at the Smithsonian Insti- Father DuBay was reportedly
Value Line Inc 5.57 FruehTr 3O% Texaco 79% ,
FMC Corp 1.00 58 Analex 25 tution. summoned to the chancery of
Corp Wellington Fund _ 15.10 GenDyn 27% Thiokol 141aGenEl
1 Frito Lay 45 Aqua Chem _ __ 15 4 79% U Carb 124 For the first time, the Smith ;.the Los Angeles archdiocese

CenTele .88 35% Aurora Plastics .-,-------- -. 37% Amer Active Issues GenFds 86% UnitAirc 47 sonian's elaborate collection of ISEEby i Thursday-for the second tine

I Ga Pacif l.OOb 63%. Barnes Engineer 20 Volume Close GenMills 39 UnFruit 24GenMtrs presidential campaign buttons,! since he made his letter publicat
Change
I, Getty Oil .10g 24%: Butler Shoe 8 I 88'7a US Steel 56% banners and other paraphernalia I II. a June 11 news conference.

Grace Co l.OOb 57%: Chromaloy 18% 58,300 Kin-Ark 9% has been given a showplace in
up Goodrich 51 Univ lat 12
Hel Curtis .80 m; I.the Hall of Historic Americans I the S UN Since the original announce-
I Cinerama 8 42,000 Syntex 63% off Goodyr 4B. WestgEI 30% 1\\ ment, Father DuBay has said
I BMInt 5.00 477%i _ I
Computer &i 16 27,900 Hazel Bishop 9% up % Greyhnd 54% WinnDix 37 he could make further

I Min C ___ __ 1.80a 71% Cutter Labs A ,_J ____- 16% 26,900 Intl Oil 7% up % GuUOil 56 Woolwth 27% II If no state.

Int Tele _ 1.00 54%I Data Control _ 39 4 26,100 Chromalloy 18% off 1% Honw 132 ReserveGoverns POLICE, FIRE REPORT yesterday. ment After on the matter.

Kellogg .80a 44V4 Accident Roundup Marjorie M. Lines, 1105 NW Thursday's appearance,

4 Lehman CP 1.3-1e 28 3rd Ave., and Kay Hurst, (pedestrian unofficial spokesmen for the
Involved in accidents
I Litton In __ 1.98f 62% reported ) Rt. 3, in a parking priest said apparently he would

F ,Lone S CM 1.00 20% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH by the G a i n e sville lot in the 600 block of W. Univ. drop his drive.

I Marsh Fid 1.60 44% I Police Department and Alachua Ave. at 9:45 a.m. yesterday. One source said that Father
Sheriff's office in the
.Martin M _ 1.00 17% I County Breaking and EnteringThe DuBay was asked to "protest

McG Hill __ _.- .60a 34% MarketBy past 24 hours were: following attempted or his loyalty" to Cardinal McIntyre -
JII"u ; James D. Frakes, 115 NW 10th
Mead Corp 1.70 48% \Inside\ the Economy i "" successful break.ins. reportedby Thursday-which would
St., and a sign in the 2500 blockof
Merkd -_ 2.003 36 \i) .t! ,. i authorites in the past 24 have the effect of preventing

I N Y Central .50g 37% \: ",' SAM DAWSON W. Univ. Ave. at 5:20 p.m. hours were; him from complaining further

N Y Centl .50g 37 't9. :'to-. AP Business News Analyst yesterday. The home of J. E. Moore, 628 against the cardinal.At .

Nia M Pow __ _2.00 52% By Sylvia Porter :;j? ;, NEW YORK (AP-Coin short: Mary F. Langford, Alachua,' NE Blvd. Access attempted, apparently his news conference earlier

Norfolk W 6.00 135 .,- 1..1'$ J....: ages in the United States and and Barbara A. Bussard, 651 unsuccessful, at a rear this month Father DuBay said:
SE 7th Ave.. in the 1200 block
No Ind P S 1.48 54% continued shortfall of world door. "Having been disciplined several .
Q: What's wrong with the dustrial production, in retail No matter what the reasons, of N. Main St. at 5:05: p.m. times for
No Nat Gas 1.80 53% silver production in terms of I A drink box at 600 NW 2nd speaking on the
I U. S. economy on this June 18, sales, in personal incomes, in the key fact is that in view of yesterday. issue, I was threatened
Olin Math 1.20 44 consumption keep silver St. Attempt \ a year
1964? corporation profits. And, in addition the pace of our business expan- prices Barbara K. Nagler, 3224 NW apparently unsuc- with
Owens 11 G ---._. 2.50 99 firm but still notably inflexible.;, cessful. I ago suspension of priestly
A: So little is wrong that it's : sion, the over-all price patternis 13th St., and Marilyn C Nan-I duties if I continued to preach
FacG&E1.00 30% The U.S. Treasury's reserveof The home of Susanne Chis-
making most experts uncom ((1) While business spendingis one of remarkable stability. gum, Valdosta, Ga., at NW 12th that integration is moral
the metal holm a
Pac
Lting 2.40 59PacT&1' % hangs over the 903 NW 6th Ave. Access
fortable. accelerating in response to ((4)) Wage increases to date St. and 23rd Blvd. at 4:45: p.m. issue.
_1.20 29 .market as a governor, even if gained through a rear door
We're the tax cuts it's in are not into corporation -
simply not accustomedto doing so eating average yesterday. "In
Pan Amer A ----- 1.20 69 the minting of new small coins some time in the last month.A private Cardinal McIntyre
living so close to the idealof impressively orderly fashion profits either. Output I Mildred B. Spangler, 1502 NW stated
that there
i Parke Dav __ 1.00 27% 'is short of feeding the maw of refrigerator reported missing. are many valid
a dynamic, private enterprise Businessmen plan to spend 12 per-worker (productivity) is 17th Ten, and Edward L. Cox, for
PeMZoil _ 2.00 74% more vending machines or of William J. Otis Jr., 18, Alachua reasons segregation, and declared -
Most of us have per cent more on plants and still climbing sharply which 211 NE 15th Ter., in the 100
economy.
that
'After all white
Pfizer _ .80a 45 meeting the needs of checkout was charged with entering ,
been brought up to believe thatthere's equipment in 1964 than in 1963 permits corporations to grant block of NW 10th Ave. at 4:11 parents have a to
Phelps DG .3.00 66 clerks at the supermarkets. without breaking and petit larceny right protect
.a little "sin" in every more than double last year'srise wage increases without riskinga p.m. yesterday.A their daughters."
Polaroid _ .20 139% UJS. authorities yesterday by the Alachua
monetary
/ f1 t! pleasure and to feel somewhat but that's not excessive. squeeze on their profits. Corporation parked auto owned by The cardinal himself has
I PubSvEG _.2.60 37% frown on private schemes to County Sheriff's office. He is
I guilty when we're really enjoying Meanwhile, businessmen are profits could be up $8 Ralph F. Glasser, 3004 NE 11th made
no comment the mat
Pure OilRajonier_ __ 1.60 52% put out wooden nickels or paper charged with having enteredthe on
ourselves. This attitude holding spending on inventoriesat billion to an unprecedented $60 Ter., and an unknown driver in ter.
He Is also
__ 1.00 35% also Clark-Walker Iron Works of on a retreat. The
stems from our Puritan heritage a low ratio to sales and are billion a year rate by the end scrip. They are plagued by the first block of SE 1st Ave., chancery has declined
Rexall _ Sob ..SJ.Re'n collectors of new special issues, Alachua and prying open a to mention
and it spills over from our not overstocking warehouseswith of 1964. at 2:21 p.m. yesterday. the matter.
Metl .50 cracker machine.
37% such the
Rich .- judgment about our personal goods. The pattern in business ((5)) Our unemployment problem as Kennedy half-i Johnny A. Howard, Crestline, I Thursday, The Tidings, the
Merr 1.00
44% dollars, or of the cartwheelsthat
experiences into our judgment spending is deeply encour is finally narrowing downto Ohio, and Peggy H. Whitney, Fire Calls 127,000-weekly circulation
i
R C Cola ___ __ 1.20 72% not be minted paper
,Roy Dutch 44 about our economy. aging. that of the untrained young may or may 216 NE 4th St., in the 1000 blockof At 2:24 p.m. yesterday, car ,which is the official voice of the

: 1.73g % Thus, "It's too good to betrue" ((2)) While consumer spendingis and the older unskilled. Amongthe again. E. Univ. Ave., at 12:15 p.m. fire at NW 10th St. and 8th Ave. archdiocese, denied the
Dearie GD .90 58% Some young
experts, looking at the
-
is a comment I've been rising in response to the tax important adult groups, theunemployment priest's accusations in
,Singer 2.00 90% world picture, predict that the a lengthy
hearing ,repeatedly during recent -cuts, here too the increase is rate has fallen editorial.
Smith Kin 1.20a 62 supply deficit of the metal itself STOCK
limit -
"tolerable"
talks with econo- The well below the
private impressively orderly. paceof Newsmen
+' Sou Cal Ed 1.05 FLASHES were informed Father
32StOilCal % be eased a bit in the
may
mists in Washington and Wall retail sales is at an all-time and our accelerating economyis would
2.00 64% next few But the small MARKET DuBay go on retreat
St.Oilnd. -_ Street. "It won't last; being high, but the pace is sus providing an increasing number 3 ears. I Monday at St. John's Major
2.00bfl% coin problem seems sure to
human we'll find to of jobs. I
some way tainable. Consumers now are
4 Sterl Drug .65 28% mess it up," is another remark using part of the bike in their ((6) With tax collections rising hang on herePressure NEW YORK (AP)-The stock changed at 308.2 with industrials -Seminary and then at Camarillo, Calif.,

$, Texas Util 1.20 58% winding up many phone calls take-home toi repay out sharply and with a lid on spending to change the silver market moved in a narrow I up .1, rails up .1 and utilI- go on three week'svacation.

l Textron __ 1.40 43 and we'll mention a war standing debts pay, and delinquencies our federal budget could content of coins, or even to range early this afternoon as ties off J2. After that be will become

r Tidewater 30% crisis in Southeast Asia or a on bank instalment loans approach balance a lot sooner eliminate it altogether, is there- trading slackened prior to the Big Three motors were easy, undisclosed a parish priest at some

t ,TFanSWA- 42% civil rights nightmare this sum- are at a five-year low. Con than anyone hoped. This would fore likely to rise. But the weekend. with a fractional decline by location.

-I Union Pac 1.60a 46% another White House lay the basis for further stimu- chances of the market price of Ford being the sharpest loss. I He was an assistant to the
mer or sumers also are building up
Minor fractional changes were
!. j Und Air L. _. l-50b 52 Steels :pastor at St. Albert the Great
% silver in this country either rising were very narrowly
deterioration in tax reductions.
lating I
their to
tragedy or a savings nesteggs prepare the rule for most key stocks. Catholic Church in
Compton
: Upjohn 1.00 547. the housing and real estate mar- for sound buying of big- (7) Even the stock market is or falling to any marked Some of the higher-priced issues mixed. lCalif. in ,
Jim Walter 30(% degree is held slight. Its 40 Rubbers and issues a predominantly Negro -
below big
aerospace
kets or a setback in our balanceof ticket items later this year. The' acting sensibly. It's trading situations made '
War Lamb -- .70 23% payments, etc. pattern in consumer spending I' its highs and there's little per cent jump from November wider or special were mostly higher. Most other area, when he made his

Worthintn 1.50 40% Still, whether or not it's too also is deeply encouraging.. speculation except in a few is- 1961 to September 1963 is unlikely moves. groups were scrambled.Du letter public.

Xerox 117% good'to be true, the fact is that (3)) So far businessmen are I to be repeated.The Feature of the session was a Pont was down 2 points

t: ,ZenIth -. 1-Wa 68% right now our economy is in showing unusual "economic: suesMy Puritan heritage nags me price has held steady for plunge of 7H to 119 by U.s. for a while but regained all except Egg'l\larkct

OVER THE COUNTER extraordinarily superb balance. statesmanship" in their pricing that something will happen to months at $1.233 a troy ounce. Smelting in an opening block of a fraction of the loss.

:i What's more, the best things practices. Maybe it's because upset it but I don't know This is the actual market valueof 3,700 shares. The stock recoupeda Xerox rebounded a couple ,JACKSONVILLE (AP) The

: on4 NEW asked YORK quotation(AP-Tho. wpeilcd following by tt bid* occurring are. beneath the statistics they recognize how tough do- what it will be. As one Wash- the silver in the U.S. dollar. couple of points of the loss points. Control Data was a point Northeast.Florida Egg Market

Nation Association of Securities Doilrv and the statisics are mestic and foreign competition: ington policymaker said in _an- But experts say the price would later. higher. prices to retailers:

i; Inc. do not represent dual transactions sparkling indeed. This economic -is or it's because they fear we: swer to my question, "Isn't anything -, have to rise above $1.40 an Texas Gulf Sulphur recoupedmore Prices were generally higheron ,

but -art tho fiA$O's, ostlmat* advance is in its 40th month, won't take price boosts or it's worrying you?" ounce before it would be profit than a point of its loss of the American Stock Ex Extra large 42-45, mostly 4J-

I of M* rings within which these McurltK but we continue to smash records because they realize wide-: "What's worrying me is I able to melt down dimes, quarters -Thursday.The change. 45; large 4042 medium 31-34

>. could(Casked havo been told (bW orbousnt across-the-board by respectable spread price increases would can't find anything serious to' and half dollars for their Associated Press averageof Corporate and U-5. govern; mo$1y.rJ;: ; small 25-28. mostly Z1pouuiry

AiJcoLand.- T percentages in in- endanger .their own prosperity. worry about." I' silver content. 6C stocks at noon was un- ment bonds were irregular. I at farms: fryers 13_

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IUHB: AND MORE NEGROES ON BROADWAY I Bank ,"AuditorCaptures

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.... By BOB THOMAS', :Parisian, body shop; in other]
1 AP Movie-Television Writer 'words, this is one time she can Racial Unrest Hits Stage Too POINT PLEASANT BEACH,

HOLLYWOOD (AP) This say "Call Me Madam" and N.J. (AP)_"I made a decisionhe

year's most famous June bride mean it. shouldn't get away with any

I will be wearing yellow.That's "I came out here May 20 to 3By itrk WimtS ly a show opens these days In James Baldwin's "Bluesfor | is and as you think it ought to about all the things that men I'assets of my bank."
the color of the wedding get married, and then this picture tUt without at least one or two Ne- Mister Charlie," a young be and must be if there is have written about since the That was the comment ot
\ gown Ethel Merman has came up," she explained. MILTON ESTEROW world. Write about the of and talking
I groes in the cast. Negro who Is slain by a white to be a beginning writing -
r'l I \ chosen for her June 26 weddingto "Ernie said it was too good a NEW YORK -The racial ferment In the 1962-63 season there Southern bigot, says to him: sit-ins; the lady who bored you and write to a point." Paul Jones,: 47, who captured a

'.' Ernest Borgnine. The union of part to pass up, so I went ahead. across the country is were more than there ever had Can't walk? Let me walk, on the airplane; write about Her next play "The Sign in holdup man as the bandit
*> the Broadway song belter and But now I hardly have a minuteto bringing widespread chances in been with integrated casts white man? Let me walk! Youa how the stars seemed viewed Sidney Brustein's Window," walked out of the Ocean County
I the onetime lovelorn Marty, now" take care of the wedding, and New York's legitimate theater.! shows in which Negroes played' man, and I'm a man, let's' from earth. In short, write with Mort Sahl as a Greenwich National Bank with $1,051.
j skipper of "McHale's Navy, is Increasingly, the Negro play-: 'walk."
I shaping up as one of Hollywood'smost what details! wright, actor and theatergoeris roles not specifically calling for Village publisher, opens on Jones, an auditor, grabbed the
notable weddings in years. Fortunately, she already had being heard from, on and off Negroes. In Edward Albee's "Dutchman" is a highly Child Stars Broadway in the fall. man on the sidewalk. He applieda
The Merm was discussing arranged for her gown in New Broadway.New I "Ballad of the Sad Cafe" one praised one-act play by LeRoi Ossie Davis, who is 45 years judo hold he had learned

plans,on the set of "The Art of York. Negro playwrights are of the major roles went to Ros- Jones, a 29-year-old Negro. The old and working on a years ago in the Navy, then
Love," in which she wears six The bride-to-be also mentionedthat emerging. A growing number of coe Lee Browne, a Negro. play deals with a well-spoken School Not play about a Negro woman whois steered the man back into the
v I complete outfits of varying the wedding will take placein playwrights Negro and white Browne's understudy was a Negro man who is accosted bya "integrated into corporate society bank to await police.
of the garden of Ernie's Beverly white actor. white woman on a subway For FlunkiesBy and makes discoveries on
hues, including wigs green, are writing about the Negro Police arrested Walter J. Od-
I blue, orange, etc. She plays the Hills home with a reception today.In I The increase in these plays train. "What right have you to her arrival," says the Negro orczyk, 49, of Trenton, and said
I part of the proprietress of a following at Chasen's. the season that just ended.' and in Negro casting, as wear" a tie and threebuttonsuit BOB THOMASAP must speak as an artist rather he would be charged with violat-
well as an expanding Negro in- she shouts. "Your grand- than as an exponent of a cause.
<< There were 11 productions relating Movie-Television Writer ing federal bank robbery stat-
to the Negro from a tellectual and middle class, are father was a slave. I HOLLYWOOD (AP) Judy "We must speak for the whole
i gospel singing play to dramasof enlarging ,the Negro audienceat Jones says, "She representsthe Garland first met Mickey Roo- country the way Emerson and utes.Police
TV
Sun said the robber had or-
Highlights anguish and bitterness. Next playhouses around town spirit of America. I ney in its classrooms. Betty Thoreau did. We must" get over dered teller Peter T. Duffy to

season, Broadway and off "They're certainly not com It is not all thunder and de-Grable was a student, and so our parochialism. fill with bills. As Duffy
SUNDAY Broadway may stage more ing in droves," said Frederick I nunciation. The Negro laughs' was Donald O'Connor. And so Like many of his colleagues, a bag
he
I filled the bag triggered an
I works by Negro writers than O'Neal, who last month becamethe at himself, too. There is satire were Natalie Wood, Anita Lou- he believes the Negro play- Jones into
6:00 P.M. O The Twentieth Century I alarm bell, sending
ever before. first Negro to be elected :on the hypocrisy of the white ise, Connie Stevens, Jill St. wright has become the social
f I "Ethiopia: The Lion and the Cross. Part one of an action.
More Negro actors than ever president of Actors Equity, and the Negro. I John, Yvette Mimieux, Debra conscience many white play- --
award-winning two-part MONDAY report. Repeat. are working in shows here-in "But this takes time." In "Fly Blackbird," a 1962 Paget, Tuesday Weld, Sue Lyon,I wrights have abandoned.The .......'.....,'

I,[ 9:00 0 Intertel "Room Dcwn Under" explores modern Australia roles from housemaids in com- Theatergoers have listened to musical written by a Negro and Helen Grayco, Jimmy Boyd,I voices of the white play- /. .r 1d "
:[* 4 J and its relations with other countries. 'edies to major tragic figures in many voices in the recent sea-I a white, the company sang Molly Bee, Annette Funicelloand wright are being heard more ;: ; Ch- ,
| TUESDAY Greek drama. Much of this is son and heard some of the 'about a little house by the sea. a flock of other Mouseke-. often on the racial subject.

II p'4 10:00 8 Polaris Submarine (Color) At the Polaris submarine :due to the arrival of plays with I earthiest dialogue ever spokenon When someone inquired "Whichsea teers. White playwrights are including ... ....,.......rI" ..
L:I .. base in Scotland, the nuclear submarine, George Washington .a Negro theme. However, hard"What's stages here. ?" A Negro"replied, "Black! All of them and hundredsmore Negro characters in their plays, .... . .....
not as but
I ""f is boarded for a journal of an undersea voyage. I Sea, of course. I have called Hollywood stereotypes as I 214 NW 13th FR 6-6471
Professional School their alma human beings. Also in OcaUSUBURBIA
[t First seen in 1962. Occasionally, during a per-
t O Henry Fonda Henry Fonda is host for this revue formance, theatergoers hear dialogue mater during its 40 years at 5400
that spoofs the American family.WEDNESDAY. not in the script. There I Hollywood Blvd. A new class of
have been tears and nearly a' 70 seniors will be graduating tonight

t 9:00 D D-Day This program shows the Allied Landings DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT fist fight where "The Blacks," but not all will be able to 1 SpJ.1LILe/
I I t in Normandy on June 6, 1944. t, Tim* Out For Fu. And Inviting Food which opened a Negro cast, is' attend the ceremonies.The r
Served With Southern Ne.ok.liryt playing. It was written by Jean student body president,

I:: Genet, a white Frenchman, andit former Mouseketeer Cubby
i'l i shifts from reality to illusionin O'Brian, won't be present to deliver -
ii i Richard Burton to Direct exploring the heart and mindof his valedictory. He is open-
i ,f SUN FEATURES DEBUT the Negro.In ing with his band in Las Vegas I
Genet refers to tonight, an understudy is stand- __
one scene,
I Starting today, these features will present Sun Highlights of Liz in Williams Drama South African killings resultingfrom ing by to read his speech. Un-

.. the coming week on television and a schedule of the week's a race riot. There is a derstudies are provided for all _
f' movies on TV. The first will tell about the best to look for in Nrw cork Simra will direct his wife, Elizabeth line about "1,000 youngsters." school functions-in case students -

I comedy, drama, special events and public affairs, and will NEW YORK Richard Bur- Taylor, in an adaptation of The day after four Negro get jobs and can't show
incorporate previews from the New York Times and the AP. ton, who is starring in the title "This Property is Condemned," children had been killed.in Birmingham -up."We
i The movie guide will list what films to see when and on what role of "Hamlet," the modern by Tennessee Williams.The Ala., James Earl run an educational workshop -i
|..t! channels, with a capsule story line. Why not clip these fea- dress hit version of the one-act play, which is Jones, in one of the leading ," explains Bertha Mann,: SATURDAY ONLY
tures for a guide-in-a-glimpse of the TV week. of roles changed the line to executive director. "We have no DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Shakespeare classic on Broad- part> an anthology by Wi 1- ,_ Silver Dollar Nite
N TN O.NYr.
way has been signed to make hams titled "27 Wagons Fullof "Four little girls who died in a Mickey Mouse courses. Our stu-j
church." dents are drilled in fundamentals -: Two Admitted for One Silver Dollar
his film directorial debut. He Cotton and Other Plays, Birmingham
f has been written for the screen If the Negro playwright Is from 8:45: to 12:45 each
by> Francis Ford Coppola and concentrating on the social morning. Those who have to Save 50c and See Three Great Color Hits
I MOVIE WEEK VIA Fred Coe. It will be producedby revolution he also has broader' work at studios in the morningcan SHOWTIME 7:30

: VIDEODay. Seven Arts Productions for aims. He is not abandoning his come for tutoring in the TOLD WITH VOLCANIC POWER AND PASSION I
release by Paramount Pictures moral indignation. He is seek- afternoon.
'+ FRIDAY SUNDAY with Ray Stark supervising the ing to widen it, to address himself "We have no athletics, no 4w ROCK HUDSON I THE ,
production. to all mankind."I i cafeteria, no hotel or boarding
11:25.0 Double Feature 12:00 O "Henry Aldrich, Boy 11:25 0 "A Letter to Three sense a tremendous ferment -department. We are strictly an BURLIVES f E'I
1. "The Indian Fighter." Scout." Wives." ((1949)) A hated According to the producers, Baldwin said. "There is academic day school."
,.A-cowboy takes on the job :12:30 "Killer the film, which is budgeted at r I
Ape. rival sends a cryptic note of from The measure of its success: ..
whole people
of leading a wagon train 3:30 B "Guadalcanal Diary." $3 million, is slated to go be- a army it courc f.M. tOIOR
to three wives telling was the only private school flrik k
heard
whom one has never GEOFFREYKEEN. .
,fore the A um i ilmlr tkan
through Indian country. World War II story. Pres- them she has run off with cameras early nextyear most of them black who are among 15 high schools in the
Kirk Douglas, Walter ton Foster, Lloyd Nolan. one of their husbands. on location "somewherein their voices and changing Los Angeles area to be cited by 2nd Showing with
Matthau, Elsa Martinelli, :11:15 O "Navy Wife." ((1956)) Jeanne Crain, Linda Dar- the South, with the inter-i finding our consciousness. I thinkif the University of California for BOB HOPE & LUCILLE BALL
-.Waiter.Abel, Diana Doug- An American Navy wife nell. ior scenes" being done in God is good and we don't the high scholarship of former

E ...w. : ', ,':: .. j joins her husband ,in Ja- WEDNESDAY Hollywood. lose our nerve, we may turn students. '
*- ' of a boat teams up Merrill. Ray Milland,Arlene Dahl, the experiences of a girl in a European outpost, a Euro- the notion that child per- :
with a sinister professor D (Color). "The Seek- Wendell Corey. Southern railroad town and her outpost culturally and formers are not Phi Beta Kappa
to search for hidden ers." ((1954)) A group of 11:25 0 "Having Wonderful efforts to escape from her en- spiritually.pean The whole doctrineof types. r-

pirate treasure. pioneers become the firstto Time." ((1928)) A Bronx vironment. No other castings white supremacy comes "The professiomal child is extremely -
SATURDAY settle New Zealand. Girl escapes from the have been made other than the from Europe. bright," said she. LAST FEATURES"SHARK
NOON O "The Attack of the Jack Hawkins, Glynis crowded city and the central role to be played by "What we're trying to do is "Many of them are straight A' II
50-Foot Woman." Johns, Noel Purcell. grind of her office job Miss Taylor. Burton will not crack the metaphor. Civil students. They present no disci- RIVER
9:00 BCD Saturday Night at appear in the film. pline problems. They want to nL
MONDAY for a couple of weeks at a rights is an absurdity. He
the Movies: 4:30 > "Angel Face." ((1953)) resort in the Catskills. I This association between pointed to a Negro musician project"a good image of them-L Steve Cochran & Carole MathewsSTARTS I
"The Left Hand of God. Paramount and Seven selves.
Arts and
the
Robert Mitchum, Jean Ginger Rogers, Douglas sitting across room
((1955)) The year is 1947, Simmons. Fairbanks, Jr.THURSDAY. I will be the third between the said: "He has kinky hair and ---- -

and in a remote provinceof 7:30 O Monday Night at the two companies. They previously dark skin, which doesn't make TON ITE
China an American Movies: 4:30 CD "Dangerous Mission." were allied in the produc- him a Negro. This is a man."
? soldier of fortune posesas tion of "The World of Suzie 3 COLOR-FULL HITS!
"Underwater Warrior." In a speech, "To be Young,
((1954)) Victor Mature
Open 7:00 See All 3
a priest to avoid cap- Wong" and "Seven in "
((1959)) Two buddies at the Piper Laurie. Days Gifted and Black, Lorraine Show 7:45 Late As v:+s
ture. Navy frogman school are 7:00 0 "The Forest Rangers. May. Hansberry, the Negro play-I Children Under 12 Free! DRIVE-IN THEATRE
11.30 O "Not as a Stranger. set to the Pacific at the ." Fred Burton is scheduled to closein wright who wrote the 1959 play
des ((1942)) Mac- 24QQ Hvrtfone Road Rt. 20 Phon FR 6-50H
doctor
((1955)) A young close of World War II. Murray, Paulette God "Hamlet" on Aug. 8. He and i"A Raisin in the Sun" recently COME EARLY I
perately in need of moneyto Dan Dailey, James Greg- dard, Susan Hayward. Miss Taylor also are slated to'told prize winners of a creative KARTOON KARNIVAL FIRST AREA SHOWING *
pay his medical school ory. 11:25 perform in an evening of poetry writing contest for Negroes: 7:45
0 "So
Big. ((1953)) The 'YOGI' SHOWN FIRST & LAST
fees, marries a Swedish
11:25 readings on June 21. about the world it
"Write as
O "The Man on the Eif- life
because she has of a dedicated mother, ,, ...- ..
nurse fel 1fIi J .. "_.1. J .
Tower.
((1949)
) The
from the of
some savings. Oliva dl age 18 to LUNCH .. 65c
up ,
streets, cafes, and parksof middle One Full Pound I
age. Jane Wyman,
Havilland, Robert Mitch- Paris DINNER . 85c up
um, Frank Sinatra. of a grim are battle the of scenes Sterling Hayden. KC Sirloin ALFORD'STOWER Itsthe
nerves
O (Color) "Sins of Jez FRIDAY re# LiFe.
between the F
police and a 4:30 D "Ride 'em ., HOUSE
ebel. (1953)) Misfortune Cowboy. Steak $1 9S .
psychopathic k i 1 ler. .
befalls the lands of a ruler ((1942)) Abbott and Cos- < t 210 E. UNIVERSITY '(4(4V
whose young queen attempts chot Charles Tone Laughton, Fran- tello. n" a 3-ring circus
Burgess Mere-
to introduce 11:25 O 1. "The Wonderful
dith. OF SIZE, SHAPE AGE EDUCA- "th8sereenl )
If
Madness
I "false gods" to Country. ((1959)) Robert REGARDLESS
her husband's country. TUESDAY Mitchdm, Julie London TION LOOKS OR SEX YOU'REGOING BV and ,.
TO LOVE THIS ONE ,
4:30 CD "T h o s e 2. gittJrOS' Ias
Jchn Hoyt, Eduard Franz, Endearing "Curse of the Demon. ; .,'
Paulette Goddard. Young Charms." ((1945)] (1957)) Dana Andrews, I II ., ,/ I,

(D Double Feature Robert Young, Loraine Peggy Cummins. I I meet two junior-size .\..,",. /'1/

"Mr. Lucky." ((1943)) Life ..- .1
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beautiful, well-bred -v

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eir IMMEDIATE opening for retail
route salesman. Experience not ) t ARtSEH ADEEt1caLena For Sale by owner, 3 large bed I W ANT- iD RATES I

3 LOST & FOUND necessary. We train _you. 'Ambition. rooms. Florida room. hardwood
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R.P good knowledge of simple ELL ETO DlP home. $17,000. 1110 N.W. 34th PH. 372.8441, .. Q
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ltFSt. Its >1J k is!" LOST Red striped torn cat. Dairy, 2420 N.E. Wh Dr. tributary 28. Stretch S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some Classified Only I
1" Jr 's.s shy. Vicinity of J. M. Fields mechanic. g O X ERGO T trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372.
1-Sheet metal S. Haggard 30. Uproar
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South. Please call FR 2-054. experience. hoed 31. Cranium This lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath DEADLINES I
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Call FR 2-3434 for 11. Cloak 32. Not mane 5

1 '1f Will party who picked up package 6 p.m. 12. Hunting J-I.l.euuce" 0 2 0 tr E SUITE D Includes dii ng room a Fla. double room. separate carport, Tues. thru Frt. papers-S p.m. Day before puMtutta

f :. G containing 2 pairs Penney's WANTED 1 bus boy. Apply between dog Bandages T E M S E E M F E R Y cent. heat draperies. oak }floors For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
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r. please return to Penney's or 4 and 9 P.M. to the head wait 14. Open court 40. Utensil less than $20,000. Make offer for ::

w Wise's. No questions asked. ress. Hotel Thomas. No phone 15. Kneecap 41. Wind SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE equity. 4012 S.W. 19th S.. FR I (Minimum ad 4 lines) AI

LOST LARGE sald-grey cat In calls 2-9024.
t 16. Wastrel instrument DOW Overspread
vicinity of 4100 block, N.W. 4th. CARPENTER wanted to work in FAMILY RATES
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( Phone 454-1104 after 6:00 P.M. 19. Hebr. 43. Through 6. Three- a_ 1 Insertion .......... ........ .... ........................ 34c tin
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i N yNy ROUTE service man to work 3. from armadillo this sparkling clean 3 BR 1 bath !2 insertions ''' -'-' ....... .. .......... .................. 14c line
t LEARN TO DRIVEl Special aVtention Palatka, age 25 to 35, high pass Away CB home at 527 N. W. 34th Drive. == Total charge computed by multtptylng total lines rat e
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w to nervous or elderly. school education preferred. Guarantee 22. Opposite 45. Tranquil windward' 7. Deserter Stove Ref. & Dishwasher In ed x number of Insertions =
r Easy Way Driving School. FR & commission. Apply In 8. Nonmetallic cluded. LIttlewood School. Priced I
7-700, tic by State of Fla. person. 528 N. Main St. Gaines at only 12000.

Njr ville, Fla. I Z. J 4- S i 7 V// i3 9 10 dement 2-SMALL DOWN PAYMENT andown I

y4t E SPtCIAL NOTICES V// 9. Assistants this BRAND NEW 3 BR,- :2 5 Five letter words per fine I

bath luxury home on H acr
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.11 ; Zig Zag sewing machines. No hyperbole alrconditioned. Beautiful bulitin 3 Same as 2 lines

attachments needed to do thefollowing SALESMEN In t4 If 13. Catnip elec. kitchen. Family room. Double B Pt. ordinary typo =
I q st decorative stitches, any area or local area, to sell carport. Lawn sprigged and 3
buttonholes, appliques monograms finished block homes on ownerslot. 17. Beetle landscaped. Priced to sell a' 12 Pt.18Pt. Sam, as 3 lines

blind hems Etc. $5.75 Straight 20 year payout. If 16it 17 f// id 21. Summer InV 23500. ordinary type B

r, ,, '.. per mo. S54.50 total price. 115 experienced see Mr. McMurtry CONVENIENT to shopping and
;. ; W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075._ Tampa Builders. Monday, June 22 Pans schools at 407 N.W. 19th An. = Same as 4 lines

,. ,r.Y SAXAPHONE LESSONS given in A.M. to 9 P.M. at Holiday Inn, 1I II.I 19 'II/A, : to 2t 22. Bright 3 BR. 2 baths large LR with === ordinary typo Is
,' my home. Beginning & Immediate. Route 301, Ocala. r// / /// 'lh / rI// color fireplace. Fla. room. Unusual and
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I Phone 37?-3305. WANTEDPLUMBING ZJ Z. ZS' 26 23. attractive In and out. For only] I
Imposing $17,500. See it.
,r, 5ti SERVICE MAN 4-$750 DOWN & LOW monthly Same
f building 24 Pt. :" as 5 line
rr, r. 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care 27 28 z' payments on this like-new 3 BR ordinary type
i: HE MUST 2 Acetic acid
t : !. 1 bath home at 2131 N. W. 55th
I '}a'.:..: ... :ft6cvta Have a City License 25. Revrlatioa Terrace. cent heat. nice kit.. 3 3E
EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher Stay sober 30 'l.j "l'h .v // pretty yard, paved street. Priced

,i to care for children. 3 Be reliableBe 'I'/ Z 'l'h r 26. Zealot! at only 510900. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more thai one E
acre play area. Planned program. willing to work all\ hours hlrnapoleon Incorrect insertion will It
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Live in city 'l is tisement to a greater extent
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) Gingham gayetyl Size of check Good paySteady 41 )I/ 4Z 35. Particle
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determines cross-stitch size. Make 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. Paid vacation work Y'/ 36. Christmas 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-435 j The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revlsina or ,..1
: curtains. Pat W. M. Munroe, Realtor
pillow, cloth, apron. letting
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-.. PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe horse and pony riding. Reason 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 PJVU 421 N.W. 372-3791 acres of land within city limits.

I ,:: new, Quilt Book. For begin able. Information and rates, call Monday through Friday :3 Bedroom. I bath CCB, screened be enjoyable/ the shady patio 35th St. Price 4,000. Phone 472-245.

,_ ners experts. Send 50 cents now I 374-3781 Write T.M.W.. Rt. 4. Bon PERSONNEL CENTER SALE Beagle Puppies, pure* porch air conditioned, central of this 3 bedroom, 2 bath
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many
:.: room; almost 1700 ft. of living
Dumpty Restaurant sq.
to Humpty built-in
LONELY HEARTS We are 4'1 LAKE SANTA FE, S8.000. Com features on large lot.
310 N.W. 13th St. months o d German Shepherd puppies pletely furnished house located a area. Beautiful lawn and on FHA financed (500 down paymenf. -
large corner lot. Only $21,800.
= DRIVERS for ice cream novelty AKC reg. excellent. $75. Call next to Buddy's Landing. Large Call Fordyce & Associates Inc.. .

.- .. |eep. Must be careful driver. FR 62380. living room and bedroom with 3761236. .t' ,

Phone 374-6051. FOR SALE CHIHUAHUA puppies, large walk-in closet, compact NORTHWESTClose

,.. motel ton. S2S. Phone GR 5-2277 after 3 P.M. dining room, kitchen and bath A PERFECT HOME, beautiful and to school and shopping 3 bedrooms .
CLERK opera
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED DESK room. Also has utility room. White Pillars spacious for gracious living located 2 bath home with fam
.. day shin, 6 day week, attractive HEALTHY happy American Shepherd carport and storage shed. Gas exemplify the of this in a choice Westslde location ily room. This Is a very nice home
beauty
salary.' Write Box 443-A. Gainesville puppy. Female. Registered. heat and air conditioned. 30 ft. 3: bedroom bath spacious this bedroom, 3 bath home for the growing family with only
THEREIS BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Sun.14Sales, Reasonable to good home. FR 4- T.V. antenna. Will also consider LIttlewood Estates.2 home in with swimming pool and lovely Sl.500 down payment.DAN .
Equipment Includes
3470 anytime Best before 10.
,
lease. Cy Koperky. Earleton. Flo- patio living room with fireplace
/ drapes in the
up to S5 per hour demonstrating Wanted large master
Help rlda. Phone 468-1717. separate dining room large family
bedroom,
famous dishwasher built-in
Studio Girl
33 LOTS FOR SALE ,
room carpets and drapes Included BYRDASSOCIATES
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. N.W. 34th Street 3 BR, 2 bath oven and surface unit and garbage loads of
Phone 374-4334 after 4. HAVE opening in this area for a home. Central heat and air con- disposal. Located on a dead storage space
central heat and air
salesman with some route sales 2Va acre wooded home sites near ditioned. Out of city limits, deep end street so traffic Is at a min conditioning. INC.
EXECUTIVE secretary Typing, experience preferred. Must ba new Myra-Terwllliger school By well R.E.A. Power. imum. ,Only $25,900. Call Far ELEGANT Jack DeYot Realtor
shorthand, knowledge of book. bondable and in good health, dyce & AssocUtes Inc. 3761236. & EXPRESSIVE Associates
Terms be arranged.
owner. may
keeping desired. Ampl starting lax and enjoy life and fam Walter
i S7S minimum weekly guarantee Phone 376- 343. REPOSSESSED 3 BR, 1 bath builtin your Stoddard E. E. Holloway
No limit. Unlimited ily In this 3 bedroom two bath
wage. age
benefits. Write Christine Stone
plus many fringe appliances, small down pay
career opportunities for woman giving full Information to Box SIX lots. N.E. 18th Terrace & ments, monthly payments S85. Located Split Level home. Large living room, wall to 12.5 N. W. 13th Street

with quick mind. Prefer perma- 442A c-o Gainesville Sun. N.E. 2nd Ave. 300 x 135'. CallJ on SE 28th Place. Call FR living is delightful in this 4 bedroom wall carpet and brick fireplace. 372-2511
nent resident. Send resume or R. Cram, 372-3631. 2-2372. 2 bath home in the N.W. Separate dining room modern Call night or day
Interview request to Box 435 c-o GOOD OPENING section. Equipped with drapes kitchen, plus a lovely screened

Galnesvlll Sun. Realsilt looking for high type 34 Waterfront PropertyON 2030 WEST NW PARK 55th St. throughout, paneled entry, birch ditioning.patio and central heat & air con

WAITRESS wanted for Howard person to handle customers In By owner, low down payment. :3 cabinets large reception room
Johnson's Restaurant. Apply 9 to Gainesville area. Excellent startIng THE GULF bedrooms. payments less than and beautiful oak floors. Almost LIKE NEW this lovely 4 bedroom FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
11 A.AA. or 2 to 4 P.M. in person Income. Send resume to rent. Phone FR 2-0258. 3,000 sq. ft. of living area avail-
only. 2830 N.W. 13th St. Dennis demons P. O. Box 3217. Cedar Key Shores able and only $24,500. Call For 2 bath contemporary home nice
I Tampa 1, Florida. 3 BR. 1 both CBS. $350 dyce Associates, Inc., 3761236. fenced in back yard with patio
WORTHWHILE 2 experienced waitresses. no calls IT Other Properties family room, beautiful built in For top quality workmanship
please.< Apply In person Aunt Je down no closing cost, $59 kitchen owner leaving town Immediate cad -
David AndrewsCedar
16 Work Wanted
mima's Kitchen. 1414 N.W. 13th Female mo. FR 2-3233. Beatthe occupancy. 372-6142

I St. GIRL 17 wants work for the sum- Key. 3841 SEE NOW heat In this centrally air conditioned IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -Owner GAINESYILIEiUa
EXECUTIVE secretary good 4 bedroom, 2 bath homeIn
pay
mer. Wilt work part time or WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. Malore Gardens leaving town and must sell- HOISTERYN
hard work legal experience preferred the N.W. section. Almost 2ooo ,-
full time. Phone FR 25256.
desire permanent resident Broker, specallzlng in 3 mi. S. of Unlv. on 441 sq. ft. includes separate livIng 4 bedroom 2 bath living room .W. 13th St.Fre .
t :.. ,
must excel In typing and LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- 2.1 US 2-I62S 2-4537 room dining room Florida family room, built In kitchen and EStil'Altft-P1C' o. and

shorthand. I If you are not extremely ;17 Work Wanted Male AGE. Smiles No. of Melrose, 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, CCB screened room and beautiful floors. Fenced screened porch. Central heat and delivery.

E- qualified for a highly responsible GR 5.2951.BEAUTIFUL. porch, air conditioned, central back yard and spacious lot. Can central air conditioning.
position do not apply. .Y &N will do carpenter work, lot on the Suwannee heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street, FR be yours for only $24,000. Call -- ---
WALKING DISTANCE FINLEY
TO
caning painting and cement
Bates, FR 6-
If call Jack
so 26729. Fordyce & Associates, Inc. 3741234. -
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376-
4421 for Interview. work. Can be contacted by SCHOOL. pleasant 3 bedroom FREE ESTIMATES on
phone. Satisfaction guaranteed. 6160. NW SECTION, 3 BR, 2 baths, home on a nice 110 x 154 lot lored FURNACES
and %
Phone FR 2-8096. SUWANNEE RIVER camphouse on large carport & utility rear terrace In Florida Park owner Qualify
NEED MONEY to bolster the budget excellent condition. Goo Swimmingpool leaving town.
clear spring running into Suwan Central AirConditioners
? 4 or 5 hours a day will
good Income. Call 18 Schools & Institutions nee River. Good place to swim, terms. 3725754.LEAVING and a lovely brick home with
bring a
you New Westslde restricted residential
Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. fish and relax. The house has TOWN, will sell my 3 four bedrooms 3 baths are yours ,
lots
SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW not been completed. Unless you BR, 2 bath cent heat, built In for only $34,000. A spacious living subdivision acre paved
Secretarial Courses Classes now can handle a hammer & saw kitchen home. You can save room, Florida room, a delightful streets. Inside k's $3950 corner
l READINGIN MOTHERS, GRANDMOTHERS. forming. Howcll's Business College -' you should not see this camp.If S1SOO. Call FR 23826. I kitchen and all centrally air lots ,,250Select. your homes

TEENAGERS SHUT-INS. Did 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. you do not have a hammerand conditioned. Do call ,Fordyce & -pow. ,'before" the. next Increase.? BABE
'"
I' by
you know that It is possible to saw, we will furnish both :3 BR, 2 bath home with screenedIn Associates Inc.. 374-1234 to see .. .
MEN & women 11 to as TO train for porch. air cond., pool membership
own and operate your own Prestige with the property. Lot is 120 this one.
Cosmetic Business? From CIVIL SERVICE feet on spring run 3 room house; built-in oven. S14,200. i M.M.PARRISH. Best In equipment using In

your very own home. A small Examinations.. For Information shade trees All priced S5.99S Phone 3721038. ternally Insulated ducts, de

Investment required. If Interestedcall send name address & Phone No. a. For details contact Frank NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bk.. 9 FORDYCEASSOCIATES. signed, engineered and installed

374-1480 or write to Vlvlane Key Training Service. 112 W. D. Howard, Real Estate Grady bath. Central heat central air I byALL
Woodard Cosmetics 626 N. Main Adams St. Jacksonville. Finance Office Box 703 High cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call INC. AMERICAN HEATING

St. Gainesville. Huge Territory Springs, Fla.OCEAN 374-2927. Real Estate Exchangers & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Open to You.RECEPTIONIST. Real Estate Exam Multiple Listing: Realtors & ASSOCIATES INC -
FRONT
STEAL 160 Month. New, CB home, low 376-8258
3, doctor's office. COURSE 175 feet on the Ocean with a depthof down payment. See at 210 S. E. Grace S. Fordyce. Broker H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham '
General office work, with typing ATTEND First lesson free. 354 feet to A1A and 389 feet 20th $'. Call 372-3574 or 372- Dudley Goulden, Associate Carolyn Gardenhlr Mary Parrish 193 NE 23rd Blvd.
24 Hour Service
essential. 1 girl office. Permanent HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE on A1A between Crescent Beach 4692. Harvey Benton. Associate
926 W. Univ. 374-1284 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375
and Marlneland.
i resident. Write Box 441Aco COLLEGE 218 W. Only Ave Price for the
Gainesville Sun. Giving age. FR. 4-3507. 372-3727. next 15 days 6,500.. FINLEY SCHOOL AREA
marital status and experience. Write
SPEEDWRITINGCOST Eugene t_ Barnes and Son HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERAT
WANTED lady experienced as dry ACCOUNTING Realtors Member MLS APPRAISED VALUE OF

THE cleaning checker. No phone calls. Secretarial Courses Classes 45 King St. Phone VA f-5012 $17,500. 3 bedrooms 1 bath with SERVICESHome
J.t See Mr. Welch, Stocks' Cleaners. now forming. Howelfs Business St Augustine. Fla. space for future bathroom living

441 SE 2nd St. College, 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR room with fireplace, separate

\.t ; WANTEDLadies 6-3507 35 Houses for Sale dining room screened porches,
\ (: detached 2 car garage, brick I

28 Livestock & Supplies veneer construction. Excellent
ready-to-wear De- NEW 3 Bedroom CCB, tile bath condition. Household furnishing And Business
carport and utility room. $9oco,
WANT TO SEE hogs properly optional. Located three blocks
your
t M S450 down. S45 month. Phone FR
tiT / partment a n- finished on dry lot or pasture from school and two blocks from
2-3355 FR 6-4311
days
then try CPA Cooperative Mills nights. Univ. Campus. Shown by appt.
-. SUN ager. Excellent 12 pet. Porkmaker meal or pul- WELL located home for sale. Owner only. Call owner at FR 66336.

Ji salary I benefits lets. Special for June. FMX graduated and will give Immediate ROOM FRAME house screened Bulldozing I I Upholstery

I Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR occupancy. Recently porch, reduced for quick sale,
2.1095 or 4612105. painted. and In excellent condi- S2,495. Phone UPHOLSTER your furniture at \

and working con- FOR SALE Light-weight West tion. Why pay rent when you 528-4384, Williston.Cephis Goodman SMALL bulldozer, loader dump reasonable prk... Call Sally.
can pay less to own. 374-4055 trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top Experienced. FR 4-9888. 4248
dition. Must be ern saddle, good condition $35. N. .
w. 13th Ter.Remodeling
CREEKSIDE
1242 N.E. 6th Ave. over ONE ACRE on soil. Phone 372-7844.
Call FR 21392.
Hogtown Creek. Small frame ,
experienced. Ap- ONE milk cow and one golden FOR Sale or trade. New 4 8R. house beautiful natural setting. BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe
WANT palomino. 5 years old. Phone home located In Westmoreland Kwik wheel tractors, motor
ply in person to 481-2121. Hawthorne. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt MODERN Cool and Convenient, Fix grader. Free estimates. W. G. DO YOU NEED Florida room. ex.
2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family Littlewood-Westwood area. Central T.V.Smrce. fB .ctl JMrnufn, FR 4-6719 fro room more room, roof work.

Personnel Office, GENTLE trained 4 year cart. old SSO.Sicilian Call 466-3306 Jack Rm. & living Rm., dining ana. Heat and Air-cond. Built in or maybe a complete new home
to Central heat" built-in kitchen Including kitchen. Closed two car garage, Sn4tnApplionce Landscaping For a free estimate, d guaranteed
J. M. Fields Store.MANAGER Micanopy. GE dishwasher 2 courtyards :3 bedroom 2 bath. work. phone Carl C.

FOUR Shetland ponies. Phone walk to schools. close to Waters 3721049.CARPENTER .
3764728. U of F I medical center FHA BUSINESS LOCATION Retail bus LANDSCAPE SERVICE
offer 6
p.m. 122,700. Down payment $1,700. iness or Professional Office. Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock desires work. addItions -

for beauty shop. Must have a fol- 38 head of chickens. $30. Rt. 1, Immediate occupancy. Drive by House can be converted. Lot 85 of all kinds.CREVASSE'S 1-4102. 8. repairing. Phone FR

ADS lowing. Requirements: neat and Box 49, Archer Fla. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler x 150. 509 N. W. 10th Ave. REDUCED NURSERY

good personality. Pay based on.blilty. Brothers* 372-9545 daily. 376-904 $1000 below FHA AppraisaL Landscape Co.
Writ Box 440 C-O Gainesville SADDLE HORSES FOR SALE night. Cozy cottage with fire- FR 6.251for free estimate. Sewing Machine Repairs
Call after 3:30 PJA.FR place. Low down payment. Can
Sun. 4-3M BY OWNER leaving town 3 BR, be rented. CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE
2 full baths, LR, Fla. rrru, DR., ADVERTISE IN THE CO. 815 W. University
breakfast rm. & tile kitchen landscaped & I Ave. 374-1075. W* repair all
12 Male Help Wonted 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Repair J I
ALACHUA REALTYAssociates SERVICE DIRECTORY Mlltr.... .
ifenced yard. Over 1.- __ ___Work_gully pu r frt x1
000 sq. ft. living area. Plus 2 car Air Conditioning
SILVER Miniature Poodle. 2 te
-
NEED Immediately mechanics (2). male' and 1 male 7 wks. old garage. $21,900 with good terms. Member Multiple Listing Broker I TELEVJSIONPICTURE
y ? experienced plenty of work good shots, etc. Registered AKC. Phone 912 NW36MDr.FRt4131. 435 N. E. 1st S.. 374-2441 Mortgage

; ; ( salary group Insurance, paid va 376-0872. BY OWNER roomy 3 PR house. Arie T. Smith Realtor A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP TUBE Repair Special. II

cation. Phone Mr. Elrod. Service BASSETTS. AKC. Pedigree, long convenient to LIttlewood School. Mabel L. Gore. Associate First in air conditioning and Appliance MORTGAGE MONEY per Inch plus S10 to Install mos'tubes.

-. .... Manager, FR 2-8433. line of champions. Bill Ruff. FHA guaranteed balance SI2.500. WORK SHOP repairs. We sell guaranteed 5Vi per cent interest. Terms to 1 Year Warranty. Special

PARTS MAN. Permanent employ Ph. 429-4094, or Route 2, Box Equity of J14SO for S450 down and CAROL ESTATES 3 BR, 11% bath washers refrigerators ete.lOR 25 years. Reconditioned TV's from S .'S.
fi : v ; ., ment. Reply In own handwriting 21-C OCala.SIAMESE take over contract. Avail. 2 wks. dining rm.. Fla. rm., Ig. util. 40247.Appraisal. BUY BUILD REFINANCE THE VARIETY STORE
13 giving age. experience &. refer. FR 2-6477. rm., fenced back yard, near Call 7 S.E. 1st Ave.

ences. P. O. Box 503. Gainesville. KITTENS. Reg. lilac. SALE by Owner. 3 BR 2 bath red schools churches. 372-8774. Service Dan Byrd 4 Technician's with 14 years .*>
Wo choc. PT. Champ. Lilac. brick home. Low down payment. 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 perienc on all makes.
and fIn- FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 1 bath
Dry Wall men. Hangers blue & choc. Males at carport -
reg.
.Lis': .
,4 Assume FHA mortgage. 2111 N E.
-
Ishers. Experienced only. Phone stud. Ph. Williston 528-4448. utility room. corner tot. FHA .and conventional at lowest
FR 40107.SERVICE 15th Terr. FR 6-4040 or 2-1179. $300 down take over payments current rates. Terms to 25 TiresAlignment

BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle. 4 weeks BY OWNER 3 BR house on large $48.00 mo. Call owner 374-0401. FRED B. ARNOLD years. Will gladly discuss at no
." .- Station dealer wantedby old. AKC registered. Call FR 2- tree shaded lot. 1 bath central REALTOR obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Broke Service
major| oil company. Must be 7258 after 5:00 PJtfu Sat. and Sun. heat & air cond Fla. rm. Will GLADYS SMITH REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor
small amountof
willing to Invest all day.REGISTERED. sell unfurrv or semMurn. Phone 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2- /9/ VACATION SPECIAL
cash. Call J. C. Lawton.
beagle Ideal 376-729 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 ON famous nationally known Mo
pups.
FRED B. ARNOLD
Palatka. 3252044.Job for pets or hunting. Sire t. Dameof SERENOLA ESTATES REALTORFHA hawk tire . Sav. VI to
Openings for these pups are deer running LITTLEWOOD AREA Lovely residential lots new school AND CONVENTIONALLOANS wO% on new tires. See our new

TRAINEESMachining. &agles. Both may be seen. Also t BR. 3 bath 2050, sq. n. living opening In September, priced from Auto Equipment wrap around retread that gives
area, central heat, built-in kit. $3500. Call 372-5393. more mileage fc traction. Uimar -
CLASSIFIED in one 18 month old male Beagle. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522
Tlr Co. 421 N. M.l St.
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1 bile. from Westwood Jr. High >
Brazing. Assembly. A. B. Celton Jr.. Ph. 374-5555.
2 blks. from Uniewood elem. S. W. 35th AVENUEExtra GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA

'Electronic Testing, Switch & FLORIDA Pest Control is featuring school. Ideal for !g. family, or nice large home built-in HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 4 and conventional loans. Low Tree Service

Circuit Wiring. this month Tropical Fish and family and elderly persons. rang and even, fireplace. New exchanged Repair kitsor rates. Terms to 2S years. 1221
Tropical Birds of all kinds. We Priced for bnmed. sale. 3449 FHA commitment. Call 372-5393 Walker Jacks. Factory authorized w. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. M TREE SERVICE
also' have children's pets and for Walker Hydraulic Jack Pruning demossing, bracing I cabteh -
nr. starting rate. N.W. 13tt Ave. 372-2893. an appointment.
$1.25 !
per supplies. Call us for any of your Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. >e, X. tree removal. Cavity
Contact Florida Employment pet problems. FLORIDA PEST 4011 S.W. 19th St. Owner ready SERVICE t. SUPPLY UU S. Conventional and F.HJC 10 aM. work A tree feeding. Lawn servIce
\ Service or Mr. McCloud at CONTROL PET CENTER. FR to leave. Selling at sacrifice 80 ACRES Mein FR ,"un Car. 374-1234. Grace Fordyce.Realtor and maintenance. Uccnsed ,
Dial ATKINS TECHNICAL INC. 62661. 20 NW 16th Ave. price. 3 BR, 2 bath Fla. room. Plus 3 bedroom. 2 bath home Fordycn Associates Insured. Free estimates. T r a y
t. .. .-- 3606 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville .. central heat oak floors 20 miles lnc. 924 West University Avenue
FREE Black female kitten T plus extras. Mutt sell ** Phone Auto Glass Thames", %16-21& Jack Moor T,
from .
Gainesville 15 acres pecan ,,
female Siamese adult cat. Phone FR 2-9024. "" -341. Gainesville. Fla.
\ grove. 45 acre permanent pasture
BOYS wanted for afternoon paper 3721133. 2511 NE llth St. HOUSE In Me In Fla.
\ for sal tosh, 20 acres unimproved. Tractor, AUTO. GLASS is our only busi PAINTING
routes. T2 yrs. or older. See or ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good Nine rooms 2 baths, on large mower harrow fertilizer distribu Immedate Installations Winch Truck-
call Mr. Young afternoons. 372- for watch stock. and pets. FR 10.. rim orange & grapefruit tor. Call 3725711GLADYS Hess pickup & delfvery. Add Exterior decorating and painting. i
free
1j : Circulation 441. ext. Dept.19. Galnesvlli Sun 2-0033. trees. S3000 equity and assume beauty t value to your car. Free estimates. Phone 372-5814. WINCH TRUCK SERVICE I '

j .. ,376-4672' Small miniature black poodles 2 payments of S50 per mo. Present SMITH MAULDIN'S AUTO CLASS CO. Exterior decorating and pa fttiog. 10 ft. and 32 ft. booms ,
SALESMAN experienced advertising females $30. Purebred Phone rrortgage S3300. WiU accept 2 BR 323 N.W. 4ft SL FR 4-2558. Free estimates. Phone 31t-Sd11.: Welding and metal shop
house trailer tor Phone
specialist Florida lobber can FR 4815S.HEALTHY equity. Realtor 4411 NW 'tM Street
f give you personal quick service. 372-7474. Associates: Shone 372- /3t ,
Full collie cross Anna Hinson Ben Griffin PlumbingSEWER
AU Jobber lines. or part pups FOR SALE by In NE
ff f time. Write and tell rr>* your wormed, snots. Reasonable. 116 section. 3 BR. owner 2 bathe large Florence Bums Carolyn Noyes ADVERTISE IN THE WINDOW CLIANIHC

story. P. 0. Box M Orange City NW 20tn Dr. after 4 P.M. living rm., dining rrru & kitchen Member Multiple Listing INSTALLED '- I

I Fla. GERMAN Shepherd puppies AKC open onto large screened porch. N.W. Section. MUST SELL 3 BR NEW & used fixtures. complete WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned

PAINTERS and paper hangers, top reg. $45 ea. Also Palomino Shetland In walking distance of tftre 2 bath, low equity, take up paYenerrfs. SEHV1CT DIRECTORY plumbing service 'BIO" JIM ,and waxed fwuset washed II.yrs.

rates. Call CommericaJ Painting, pony with bridle II!. Ph. sd+oots. Fenced-ln back yard. MttM 374467 after *:38 I HUGULEY. Galnesvtll 'Plumb.. ... .> ,:,* FR prianceFre 2-jti5. *stimttis.Ptwne .
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L 6 acres. 2 houses reasonable. I WOULD you buy a $20000 home 40 acre In beautiful horse COMER'S Lake View Beach on YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple Private b Hand
country but $45 efficiency.
Lot preferred no children or per mo.
HOWE for sale by owner. Cash terms. Rt. 1. Box 49. ,
or far considerably less Located in Santa Fe !
in Marion Co. Call 3725775 between Big Lake now open
entrance clean close In. best
175' x 373. Esther Williams pest Upstairs apt. Available now
Fla.
Archer. an atmosphere that offers heart'sClesire 9 AM. to 5:30 P.M. Swim and picnic. Furnished cot of 321 N.E. 3rd St
part
swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th I Call 6-6512. city.
TIME IS NOW. Florida Park CCB home oak strip for relaxed comfortable tages by the week. For reser
Ave. Shown by appointment only.
25 minutes from Gaines 7 /a 10 miles
Call J. R. Crane. 372-3631. floors. 3 BR :2 bath. large liv. living. acres. out. vation. call 468-1129 Earlton. NICELY furnished convenient EAST SIDE
ville. Here is your opportunity.
j ing room with fireplace separate $2000 cash downtown area. $75. Adults only
I ARTIST-DESIGNED HOME near dining room. Fla. room. kitchen 1 Write box 444 M Gainesville Sun. S. E. SAPP REALTORPh. 2 BEDROOM house on Lake Santa no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music
II I Finley School. many unusual with built in stove and dishwash' 472-2000 Newberry. Fla. Fe. private dock. $45 per week. Store. GARDENAPARTMENTS
features. 3 BR, 2V* bath. Ig. er. Central oil heat. Window air JWK Call FR 6-3268. ext. 2523.
::1 Do You Have A Room Apartment panelled study. IaLR with conditioners. situated on heavily ACREAGEAppr. ENl modern furnished cottages COOL.bedroom quiet.furnished large. all apartment electric.on 2
cathedral ceiling sep. DR. Ig. wooded large lot with lovely pa on Lake Santa Fe by week or 441. 15 $57 per month upGainesville's
minutes from Univ. Children
Ii % K with dishwasher Ig. screened tio. Price $27,000 with substantial 46 acres near new country season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co.
; Or House Rent? porch, carport. AC. Lg. hedged down payment. 1614 N.W. 3728404BEAUTIFUL club. Suitable for apt. sites or and pets welcome. 4421673. Finest
i I' to patio. beautifully landscaped 14th Ave. By appointment only. 1 fine homes. KINGSLEY LAKE Duplex. 2 bedroom comfortable Furnished or unfurnished
( shady lot. dead end street. Sept. FR 62065. I traditional residence. Furnished cottages for rent. Phone quiet. $52 monthly. Call FR 6- Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
1 $22,000 with sub- Space. design. quality and custom 12 acres W. of Gainesville on pave
occupancy. 533-2134. 4535 Sunday anytime. After 5
ment. 309 NE tth St. Phone 376-
: I DD THIS UPit makes a top
stantial down! payment. 831 NW details throughout. Lovely large ment. $680000 weekdays.FOR .
20th Terrace. By appointmentonly. buyl 3 BR. plus IVj baths. plus lot. More expensive than the 2 trailers $45 and $55 Cool. private V608.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 374-0547. HW floors. plus WW carpets. plus average price range but you 80 acres near Gainesville good Phone FR 29838. 4611 NW RENT one bedroom furnished FURNISHED 2 large rooms. first
DR. plus pantry. plus eat- 6th St.SILVER. apartment near Univ. & Alachua
sep will agree this house is more land. JUS 00 acre floor. private bath and entrance.
SAVE in kitchen plus draperies plus I than worth it. LAKE near Keystone. General Hospital. $65 month. 708 E. Univ.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent fenced. plus shrubbery. plus I TWO ACRES in the woods with the MARY MOELLER. REALTOR sleeps 10; $50 per week. Call 374- Available June 15th 102 NW 7th
I convenience to elementary. high 1 most in contemporary styling; St. Phone 3767953.FURNISHED AVAIL. June 15. Air-cond. aerial.
1019 W. Un.v"rsiryFR 6-4471 2615 or 376-6406.
BUY FROM schools and shopping. SUBTRAC1 overlooks a creek. five bedrooms. No children no pets. .65. 404 NE
it selling and closing fees (its byowner handsome fireplace mod e rn 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan oir conditionedopts. 6th St.CLEAN .
I ). 5% per cent.; FHA-$97 kitchen. Not quite completed 43 Colored Property Lake by week or month. Phone ., under construction.
living room lust refurnished -
mo. incl. T & >. CARRY your and a steal at S".500.oo. 376-5462 or 475-5223. Avail. Sept. 1. $100
BUILDER per newly painted. I BR apt.
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR au-
I own figures as an offer to 719 Substantial cash payment re SMALL furnished cottage and month. Call Mason at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU N.W. 19th Lane. Call 372.3784.FRED quired. plex apartments. large living and trailer for rent. Suitable for Wayne -
Immed. Phone
FOR $15,250 FHA evaluation dining area. modern kitchen with ERNEST TEW REAL- mo. occupancy.
3 bedroom 1% bath. Pay only you working couple. Moore Haven
6-2472. Weseman Realty.
fan large storage closets. terrazzo -
$80 per month including taxes can buy a four bedroom two bath Park "330 E. Univ. Ph. 376- TY. 376-6461.
EVERY DAY until it is rented : and insurance. Wooded lot on house in the Littl wood area. Spa floors. tile baths. space heater 8164. Ort RENT Duplex apartment
safe dead-end street. Perfect for cious living room and separate and hot water heater. facilIties 1 I CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor. furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave.
young growing family. No money dining room, parquet. Appoint. for washing machines, and LAKE WINNOTT 4-rooms kitchen bath. porch. $75 Phone FR 24386.
Vets. ment only. paved streets. See at N.E. 26th FURN. 2 br cottage full modern per month. 1 extra large. extra
Only
down to qualified
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot ARNOLDREALTOR SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Ter. or call for appointment 372- bath on Lake Winnott. By weekor nice air conditioned 1 bedroom 2 Bedroom kitchen dining room.
no. 67.Advancfd. sale. These are year round residences 5321 or 3725322. month. Ph. GR 5-2262. $125 month. L. J. Moratto FR living room and private bath
within easy commuting HOMES FOR SALE attractive beach cottage 200 _2-4957 morning noon or night. Phone 3744312.EFFICIENCY .
$40 per mo. . :. $1.33 per day COOL
Design 3-2.One of Gaines. distance. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & feet from shore by week or 1 BEDROOM completely furnished APARTMENTS. $59
ville's most advanced home de J. W.KIRKPATRICK SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay month. Flagler Beach; sleeps 6. upstairs or downstairs near month. Phone 481-2380.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day signs. Eye level built.in oven ment. Some small down pay. Terrazzo floor. screened porch. shopping center. See at 612 N.W. -
and range In kitchen. Breakfast men!. Monthly payment $57 to Good surf and pier fishing; $60 10th Ave. or phone -3549.. $75
$1.83 bar. Walk-in closets. Terrazzo DRIVE BY S65. Also homes built on your week. Available June August per mo. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
$55 . day
.
per mo. per floors. Large rear lot with fenceon Then telephone 3723522 for an appointment Realtor lot for no down payment.Call and September. Call FR 67735after
back line. Save nearly $1,000 tu inspect the interiorof 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 TOMMY RIDGELL 5:30 P.M. NICE 2 BR furn. apt. with private I JR.
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day on this one. $15.150. $500 down this choice home located at Member Multiple Listing PulMor Phone FR ?-'''?5 bath & entrance. Large front ,
FHA. $94 month includes all. 922 N.W. 34th Terrace. 3 bed. ASSOCIATES: 45 Furnished Apts. porch.. ; hot & cold water furnished. Homes. Lots Income Business
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell 44 for Rent $58 per mo. Ph. 29704. or and Lake
Ask for lot no. 2. rooms. 2 baths. Central Air Con- Cottages Property
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day ditioning. built-in kitchen with A. W. Rppce Caot, USN, Ret. 2-9195 Farm and Acreage.

Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 dishwasher. Offered for $22,000 FURNISHED 1 BR cottage all 18.2 BR furn. apts. near FR 6-2664.Univ. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. I!:. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day Huge corner lot with hundreds of with good terms. 37 Real Estate Exchanged electric tile shower good ventilation 914 SW 7th Ave. Phone Near University See at 411 N.W. 838 N. MAIN ST.
dollars In additional landscaping.Take located on Santa Fe 3 rooms & bath. close-in adults. 15th St. or call 24647. $60 per FR -2033 Broker FR 6-6541
sidewalk to public or parochial ECONOMICALYour WILL trade waterfront property on Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. mo.
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day schools. Save big, moneyon choice of several 3 bedroom Santa Fe Lake for car lots from 8)69.W FR 2-4621 or 3721633. "lIflmIllIllBgRII.1I'lIIlInlllllllmlJ.l.llllllll.' .-l1ltfltsslnl00ltJfm! ltnrelt08mlH
this one. Lot no. 24. 2 bath homes with easy FHA $1,250 to 8000. G. P. Rippey. \;
terms. Qualified buyers can move Mel'rose, GR 5-5571.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day
EDWARDS In for as little as $450 down and INVITINGLY LOW TERMS
HUGH $86 per month. Call 3723522 to- 38 Real Estate WantedUF COMPAD1ITHESE !
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day INC. day for best results. $400 down 3-bedroom 1-bath i !

I Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 2837 N.E. 15th Street LAKE FRONTAGE Littlewood Sept. Dr. N. Markel Large lot & trees
3761971GLADYS 90 Acres on spring fed sand bottom 188 Kenville Rd.. BUffalo. N.Y.. i HOME VALUES
lake. Approximately 4,000 14215 $12,250
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day SMITHFARM front feet on water. Good Invest I BEFORE YOU BUY
ment opportunity and comes complete 40 Business Properties $75 per month total

$100 $3.33 day with furnished 3 bedroom
per mo. per other models for selectionSee
cottage for your immediate use. many your ar.omUIIIJDIJIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIJlJIIIIIIIIIIDnIlllllllllll:
Picturesque 70 acres. stream FOR SALE LOOKING FOR A
running through property. Per. Approximately Gainesville. Price 25 $ 5OOO miles with from 29 SOUND INVESTMENT? Duplex at NW 14th PI. & 39th St. I SAY,
manent Bahia pasture. 360 brand apt.. 1 mile west of Melrose 25
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR name Pecan tress pear orchard. pct. down.rn mm. from Gainesville. Access to Drive west on 16th Terrace left on 38th St.Gainesville's The following arc ready for
Brick farm home with full farm semi-private lake as well as large I occupancy.
equipment. 10 acres In pine. Call ACRESwith Lake Santa Fe. Priced reasonably Leading Builder of Quality Homes
3725393. comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath at $12,000. G. P. Rippey
; llflIIIIJllllllfllldllllll/lJJ1IIfJ1HIIIIIIIIIIIII/
residerce. Concrete block con Melrose, Fla. Phone 475-5571 BROTHERSPhone 3330 & 3320
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS struction. 2 ton airconditioners for BUTLER
ONE ACRE NW 30th Ave.
hot days ahead woodburnlng
Wooded lot. close to Littlewood fireplace for cool winter days. 41 Residential Income FR 2-9545 daily FR. 6-9084 nights s 1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn $77.
and Westwood Schools. Four bedrooms Beautiful wooded area with ravine : ; 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn., $94 per mOo
2 baths. Florida Room. and small stream. Situated 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- per month.
enclosed porch. two fireplaces. Inside city limits on paved street. Joining rental property. 200 ft. g 4617 SE 1st PI. ag
r Cypress panelling throughout. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd
Price 30800. 2024 NE 16th Ter.
4608 SE 2nd PI.
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SaU Dishwasher stove inc. Call 372- Ave. Will sell together or sepa- 3 BR, 2 bath. $350 dn., $89
5393. rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- per month. 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn $61

I ARNOLDREALTY 4752. C4 ike per mo. 9
BY OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR. $14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open PROFITEarn 1115 NE 5th St.
2 bath cent heat built-In kit.. House Sundays. 1 to 6 P.M. Designed while you live In this two 42 Farms & Acreage 3 BR. 2 303 SE 38th St.
bath. $350 dn. sal
huge screen porch. paved dead- & engineered by U. S. story. tip-top condition home. COMPANY 3 BR, 1 bath. $400 dn. $64
end street shaded lot. reasonably Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 Apartment upstairs and downstairs Multiple Listing Member CB'Cktflt [ per month. per mo. aS
priced. Phone FR 22378. sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath, air cond. three large rooms for 1219 W. Univ. Avenue 372-3522 Fordyce Acreage
brick veneer, 2 car garage. 1801 rentals. All furnished. Priced at Associates: Pete Sieg 100 Acres fenced and cross fenced. Eiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiintniiiiiniiiiniiini/ 3236 NW 29th Ave.
EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes $18,000 with good financing. Closeto Jane Caldwelt F. W. Hodge Nice 2 bedroom home. 12 miles < 011 W? g 3 BR, 2 bath. $650 dn $91
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR downtown and new Federal Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo from town |lust off pavement. Norwood per mOo
6-6690 bldg. Call 3725392.GLADYS Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene S27.5OO.oo.

FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR, 3301 & 3311
SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet 2 bath. Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area. SMITHRealtor 103 acres. The most beautiful roll.
WOODED 93 X 164 Lot separate living rm.. dining rm M ing land with permanent pasture ,Hope NW 30th Ave.
CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 kitchen wall!! to wall carpeting 7Vi miles $450 per acre. 4 BR. 2 bath $600 dn, $ '.
Bedrooms 2 Baths Paneled Den In living rm.. glass sliding door Associates: so per me.IWllUlIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIII.
Living Room Dining Room. Electric leading to 16 x 24' patio fenced- Anna Hinson Ben Griffin I GRACIOUSCharming 3 acres wooded, road frontage. per t "H" Inc.
Built In Kitchen. Large In back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes fect for mobile home. $1.800 cash.
Family Room. Hardwood Floors. 19500. Multiple Listing C. Brick. V/t bath. liv- Villng gfCCI/ = / IIIIIII
FR 21053. Open House 3P.M ing rm. Dining rm. Family rm. We have the most productive farmin 5 We Trade Homesor
1f1. N.,1J4oafi McKINKEYGREEN Modern kit. with dining area Alachua County. With everything \i
Redfrantes dbl.. carport. Ig. shady lot. 3 bl. needed tor Row Crop Farm Property
Ten model homes from
SEETHIS from U. .i F. campus -Call plus irrigation system. Let us tell : FOR RENT
Mary MoellerCOMFORT you about this.Fordyce $13,925 $17.000 i i"lIl1111mlllll.Jll

RealestateRED DEATONREALTORS Associates No down VA ALL OUR HOMES ARE 124 SE 7th St
spacious two story 4 bedroom money 5 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .
3 bath home with 2 sleep- 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 S
$450 down FHA SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR, 1 Bath
Ing porches located in a very desirable SO CONVENIENTfor Brick 3 Br., N.W. area Breezeway ACREAGE 3-5-10 acre tracts YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease, $U per Mo.
NE neighborhood. ONLY BRICK SOUTHERN COLONI. Fla. rm.. fine residential area reasonable. Cash or terms. H. B.Standrldg 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR
$16,000 With $1200 DOWN. AL on Vi acre of landscaped the children. Metcalfe and spacious Ig shaded lot. 15750. Rt. 1, Box 49. Archer 6-5301 or FR 6-7W
grounds. Entrance foyer living Terms.-Call Mary Moeller.CONVENTIONAL.
Howard Bishop schools five blocks Fla.
$ U DOWN-3 bedroom masonry room with fireplace separate \i
See this 3 B.R. 2 bath
away.
_ _ -----
home with built In oven and dining room built-In home Monthly payments including .
range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 kitchen Florida room. 3 taxes and interest $98.00. Call EYES RIGHT!
per month. SPACIOUS bedrooms. Coun- FR 3417. S. W. area 3 Br. 2 bath. family i HUGH EDWARDS INC.
try estate like living near rm. Fire place shaded lot. fine See real dream living In Shadow ,
$50000 DOWN-Large 2 bedroom Country Club. Asking only residential area. Equity $1200.00. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. _,_ ( ; ill Butler Bros. BuildersInvites
two story frame home near Klr- $24.500 and all reasonable of- ACT TODAY: Take up payments. $125.00 mo.- I II
by Smith SchooL ONLY $6000 fers considered prior to July A property 100 by 133 ft within : Call Mary Moeller D. Oliver Bldr. 2837 N.E. 15th Street ,
month. 1. Call 376-0817 Ph. FR 2-0866 376-7971
per three blocks of Court House -Car.ncr
West en NW 39th Ave. past I
A/ Hl.
lot Two story frame PRICE REDUCED ,
WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom dwelling -4 B.R. 2 bathsCan the Glen Springs Intersec
bath homes with central heat. air frame home on over an acre be purchased at RIGHT PRICE- 3 Br. Lg Family rm. Study. Ig lion. See sign on Youto
conditioning and Florida room In of land convenient to Medical Call FR 23617. patio. C.B. on shaded lot. to see
the Littlewood School area the Center. Everything like this lovely home. drive by 840 -- -- ---- --
Gainesville High School areas and new. Total Price S8.200 with N.W. 20th St. $14,500. Call Mary
ANGLEWOODAn
Idylwild. terms. MAKE AN OFFER. Moeller
attractive well built home situated left.WIN
$1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bed LOW DOWN PAYMENT and monthly on a beautiful landscapedlot. BUDGETSuburban. Palm View Estates
room. 2 bath masonry home In payments less than rent. 3 B.R. and 2 tiled baths. THIS HOME
Westwood. Large corner lot. Several available Northwestor Large patio wall to wall carpet C.B.. 3 Br.. with Modern
Northeast. Call 3760817for in dining and living area. All Kit.. shaded lot 159x100. N.W.
details. modem conveniences Priced to like new. $12,750 Call Mary
John Merrill sell Call FR 2-3617 for ap Moeller t .
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor pointment.

Realtor Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. Ask about lots zoned business & .. .,, A new community of distinctive
:
E. "Bill" Harris, 'Associate ASSOCIATESJ. professional
MULTIPLE LISTING Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol 1 homes in the fashionable
Associates: Marcella Pardi 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Investors Investigate business property \li -e 1I Northwest.
W. H. Buchannan Res. 376-2927 or 372.7943 Multiple Listing at 1602. 1608. 1610. N.W. ; I -
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Friday June 19 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

....- II r 66 Mile .For Sale. 73 Musical Merchandise 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE ', '

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CLASSIFICATION INDEX OR SALE 5 hot water tanks 30 WURLITZER
gal. with gas heater attached also America's No. I piano and U Falcon auto trans. low mileage /7J
two tone radio. Must selL
150 gal. butane tank. Complete -
5 gas organs are at Earl's Piano co.Gainesvllle'l .
with Inquire Lewis Sacrifice $1800 cash or take over OUR BEST BUY
L | ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE gauges. evcluslve Wurtit- payments of $53.75. Call 376-2513
Jewelry Co
zer Dealer 702 W.
University
t for MORE AUTOMOBILES
1 IB Memerlam Roger. 'CI :
I Card .! Thank fl Wanted te KIT Iat LATE model Admiral 19" T.V. Ave. Phone 3722222. 62 COMET auto. trans., new tires. I

S Lois rean4)) Machinery T.els handsome wooden cabinet: attrae TRUCK LOAD very fine factory radio. Quick sale for $1000. See 52 VW $1395,
4 Persenallied Services U Building Materials jive piece of furniture. Call 372 rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR.
at 711 N. Main St. or call 376-
Travel laferaatloa tl Henseheld G...* H6044.FOR ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC 2511. '60 VW $1040
I S Special Notices CS Antiques SALE OR TRADE. two 35mm STORE 112 SE First St. Ph.
Florists M Misc. Far Sal & FR e-5931. MUST SELL leaving school. Top
1 Exakta lens acces-
I Dall7 bitters. CUM Car 17 Tradtef Pasta _sories Phone cameras 376-6603. CONN trombone, 10" tell excellent cond wagen.. all Call new FR parts.27554.'60 Volks New '59 VW $995 ON BACK PAGE :
Te Ge And M Article Wanted
9 Places
condition. $70 Phone FR 2-9762. Low
Now Specializing In Ladles' Better paint fob. Mileage.
t 3 F..l
Tahiti T. salAUTOMOTIVE Oil Weed
I Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I I ..,.. .
I' 10 Beat Marine Ee.nl PIANOS AND ORGANS ALFA ROMEO Spider Veloce 'M. .
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56. $3 Each. Exceptlon.1Values.
through -
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71 Camp But. Flak DIXIE MILLS SUPER Several name brand pianos and Excellent condition engine recently .,.J
n overhauled. New top. $1207
Office
lIalel.ea"lII JaJp.efI''Z3 organs used In our teaching
11 AlrpUne DISCOUNTS. U S.W. 1st Ave
Ph. FR 2-1052.
77 HaliDe Hme '.r Sal Mnaical Merchandise studios. Will sell at substantial
I I ? Track for IsIs nue. discounts. Grldley Music Co. 1743 VW 9 pass. stat. wagon 61 Comet. 4 door $995
?> Track Wanted DBL BED $35; reclining chair Gainesville Shopping Center. FR (Microbus), 2 tone green. clean 61 Comet. 4 door $1095 -5
10 TraeUra Trick Rental REAL ESTATE FOR SALE $20; corner table. $5; util table 25353.UPRIGHT. excellent condition Inside and. 62 Falcon. 2 door $1195 GAINESVILLE I FRANK'S AUfOCLINIC
$5 Ig. homemade desk $8.
; curtains In windows. separate -
I x> TraUer Rentals piano in good tune, out 4 door $995 FULL SIZE
I I U Meterejeles 8c.oter* S3 Let for Sal Phone FR 6-1782. $100. Phone 374-9058 or M985.! adjustable driver'sat.. 61 Falcon AUTO SALES 1311 NW5thAve.Gainesville. .
r It Automobile Repairs SI Waterfront Prepert PORT. Ice chest. $12.50; 4 ft. 21400 miles with regular VW 64 Comet. convert. $2895 Fla.
5i ti Automobiles for Sato 31 Bomiea Far .... folding table $10; alum. & plastic 120 bass Silvertone accordion. For care and inspections. economical 58 DeSoto. 2 door $395 1007 N. Main St. FORDCUSTOM
\ To all car owners. We have
sale cheap. Phone FR 22990. motor gets 25 or more Phone FR 2.6313
S M Swap CanEDUCATI'INAL 3tCttace* Far Sal lounging cot $5; Call 372- :'II'P per fMon. for sale for I 63 English Ford $995 with us now Alvin Pens It '

I *T Seal Estate Exchange 4871. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS cash (or you finance) at $1800 64 E. Ford Cortina $1895 Northcentrol FIOrIdOSLargest A. H. ChlWs. Come In and
3S Real Estate Waited NIKON F with 50 mm F-1.4 Nikker. Buy now for this fall. Many to Call 3764567. I give them a try.
I It Sekosla .tneUoa II Ont .f Tewn Property S auto lens and Photomlc! lye.tern. choose from. Instant credit. 60 Falcon . $695 Phone 44223
4 U Mule. Daaelaf.SO 40 Basinets Properties Slightly used. $245. Also Gainesville Music Centu372.5.c21 1964 4 door, air conditioned. equip Chevrolet 61 Fiat 1100 Sedan Independent Dealer
II, Nova. Completely
41 2-DOOR
f Wanted Instracti 4t Farm Residential* Acreage Income Canon E EE Motor Zoom 10 t, t 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. ped. Best lowest priced buy in 55 Ford wagon $195
with mm-
mm movie camera
43 Colored Property Rental 40 mm F-1.7 Canon zoom lens. town. Call FR 6-WSO days 376- 61 Ford Galaxio RaulcrsonMotors

EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colon Property sales automatic CDS meter battery Automotive 2378 evenings. 4 door . $1495 $2096.00

17 Work Wanted FemaU Stats drive and power zoom. Brand 1957 Ford Station wagon good 59 Ford 4 door $495
Wanted HAWTHORNEROAD
I It Werk RENTALS at FR transmission radio 1611
new. $150. Call Mr. Chlu tires. automatic
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14 Sale Help Wanted 4-3261. Ext. 2473 or FR 23241. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale heater rebuilt engine. $300. 56 Ford station wagon B&GMOTOR FAIRLANE
I U Help-Mai* .r Female 41 Cellar" For Bell Phone 3764830. 60 Mere. Monterey $995 3725285Home
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21" Airline walnut consol TV. Excellent
U Halo Help WantedDramau 2-DOOR
43 Furnished Apts. e condition. $95. Large window 1962 Austin Healey Mark 11. $200 63 Mercury CO. of A-l used Cars
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11 Female Belp Wanted 47 4 lloasei Cnfarnlsbed for Rent Apt.. Fern. fan. fair cond. $10. Phone WYATT- equity. Take up payments. Can Breezeway $2850 CARSTRUCKSJEEPSOpen

I 41 Hease for Bent Val..... FR 6-0020 after 5. be seen at Kentucky Fried Chick. 63 Peugoet 404 $1995 Sunday 3 te 5 p.m. $1996.00

FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 R.... for Bent $9 63 ZIG ZAGMACHINE en. NOW LOCATED AT
e Z s F&rm: Equipment 60 Held Beams 5 Trailer Sales 1962 Belaire CHEVROLET for 2001 N.W. 13th I''
MI... Information call 3725240. after
It
Tl Feed Fertilizer Rentals $9
18 LlTMtoek Supplies alA Wanted T* Bent Home of 3:00 PJM. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Value Rated j SHAW &
r n LandscapingTep Sell Boarder Wanted 1>43 Model ZIg Zag Machine re- Pacemaker Mobile Homes 1964 Chevrolet Impala new 2300 '63 OLDS P-85 Cutlass

M Pet Supplies 53 Office Desk Space possesed. Balance $38 M or U Shasta and Alrstream miles. A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost. convertible white over red. UsedCars
U LlTesteck WantedFINANCIAL $4 Business KeaUla monthly. Phone FR 23572. Travel Trailers Baldwin. KEETER
: Phone FR 6-4404. John red bucket seats radio
1-1U Ocala's First Mobile Home B&G MOTOR CO. I
: SERVICE NICE Cedar Wardrobe. Very good Dealer Since 148 IMPALA SS Hard Top 1962. PG 516 S. MAIN ST. heater automatic transmissiOn -
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Trans., WW Tires. PS & PB. 238 W. University
floor shift
'- n condition. $43. Come 1035 N.E. con-
I fit Bulocii Oppert Special Service by Phone 629-1351 fac. air, R & H, Extra clean. Cadillac Oldsmobile
>7 >!_.. U LaaaM Z3 Bern ImpreTcment 5th Place.CUSHMAN Otala. Fla. Phone FR 20149. 376-2425 sole. One owner 19,216 2001 NW 13th St. I I FR 6-5371

M.r'ca,1I 24 Rate TV Service Highlander frame complete actual miles. In f<|'ory
Wanted 23 Appliance Furniture WE BUY 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard-
S* Meaer I new tires. perfect condi- warranty. . $2595
__ _
tion. $15. Phone 376- 22. top coupe. air conditioned
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""""'-JIIIIIIIIIIIIII ; USED MOBILE HOMES
F- nElIlllllfflluIfflmffluhtwwuulnh1rll1nllhmtiilIlIlilE i
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WE WANT TO buy late model Top dollar paid phone 376-0571. 4 speed transmission. Car 61 MERCURY Meteor

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. used refrigerators. Exceptionally is parked on Univ. City 600 full size 2 door sedan HAWESPOWERSSMITTY
45 Furnished Aprs. A leader In
high trade-ins now given. every way. Service
WILSON'S EXCHANGE I first always. Federal Quality Bank parking lot. See Mr. 6 with overdrive. Let*

3 BEDROOM frame house at 2091 111 S.E. 1st Street. Phone FR Homes 4820 N.W. 13th St. 372- Foster or Mr. Johnson at than 36,000 miles. $1095 WE'RESTILL
ERY attractive spacious. upstairs S.E. 10th Ter. $55 per month. '-"7t. 5113. the bank. SEZ :
2 BR furnished apartment. Call 372-4136. 62 OLDS 88 sedan. Fac-
Only S70 per month. FR 6-5270, MOWER. High Wheel. 4 hp Lau- SPECIAL 1950 PLYMOUTH. 2 door, good con- air steering &
705 N.E. 2nd St. FORDYCE RENTALSCall son Rotary. Cuts light brush, 104 x 20? Lot for mobile home. dition; $85. Phone FR 6-1447. tory power WORKING ON
our agency to find the house weeds etc. Excellent condition. $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes brakes. white less than
ONE BR, 212 SW 7th St. $75 you wish. Many listed. Also $125. Call 20659.KODACOLOR. Prairie. For appointment call 1f 3> PLYMOUTH. good transportation 38.000 miles. $2495
per mo. Call McKlnney Green, apartments furnished. FR 63052. good rubber. $75 cash. Call ,OUR USED CAR .LOT WE
and FR 2-0659.
Inc. Realtor FR 23617. PLYMOUTH sedan. ,
FORDYCEASSOCIATES. BLACK & WHITE 1961 Great Lakes Mobile Home. 10 52
FURN. Apartments close In, prIvate 2 PRINTS for the PRICE of 1 Ft. wide with $ x 12 expanded 1964 VW. radio seat belts. opening Runs very smooth. good ROOM HELP US
baths & entrances. 1 large INC. All sizes except 35 mm living room; $500 for $3200 equity back windows. side mirror, tires excellent transportation NEED ,
r $60; 2 small $35. No children or '26 W. Univ. 376-1236 $3.48 savings on 12 exp. roll/ and take over payments. Call 473- luggage rack trailer hitch undercoat -
pets. 3743434.FURNISHED of KODACOLOR 4832 Keystone Heights. 8.000 miles. $1650 Phone . . . $195 CARS. IF
2 bedroom house on Archer Road UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY INC FR 28793.THINKING MOVE THESE
apartment no chil. semi furnished $65 per mo.
1021 W. Univ. Ave.
dren or pets. $40 per month. Phone FR 2-0235. BELIEVE IT about buying a good
_See at 71* E. University Avenue. FLORIDA Pest Control is NOW sports car? Only $1200 will put YOU DON'T LIKE THESE
2 BR, CB house. parquet floors. boasting their largest supply of OR NOTSave you In a 1960 Alpine. Extras Include -
CLEAN. quiet apartment in nice tile bath, screened porch shady Seasonal Plants. Also call us I wire wheels WW tyres. and rr ;II
section. 1 block from Hotel Thorn- corner lot. backyard fenced for for decorative patio stones. birdbaths $600 10 x 4k 2.4Rd.t I heater. Call 376-7824 for details. PRICES MAKE US
as. Good bed front and back entrance children carport. 724 NW 31st or any of your gardening nished only $3195.
Alfa Romeo Spider. 1963. Phone
screened porch ceilingfan $54.09 per month.
PI.
$90 per mOo Avail. July 1. problems. FLORIDA PEST CON
water furnished. Adult couple Over 50 models to choose from 376-6603
CIIII 372,2121. TROL GARDEN CENTER, FR 63 VW sedan runs and AN OFFER
no pets. Available June
4-2641. 20 NW 16th Ave. TRAILER MARTHWY.
27th. Phone 6-3558. 86 SWAP CARS looks like new. Turquoisewith
49 Rooms
For Rent
REFRIGERATOR $3?) porch rocker
17 PHONE
LARGE :3 room apartment. Available $3; twin window fan $17 328-1050 leatherette interior 64 CHEVROLET sport. Power steering
at once. 158 Includes water LARGE room at 1228V W. University cedar chest $22 stroller S9; SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile 88 In $1495 : super
and gas. 365 NW 1st St. Call Ave. Hot and cold water rattan set $39 screen door $3; EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA excellent condition with premIum power brakes heater, auto- 5 QftA" 1

376-2012 or 374-7548. furnished. $35 for 1 persons. 2 porto-crib SIS apt. gas stove 1491 19' Aluminum Travel trailer bath tires. for Jeep In like con- matic transmission 3800 miles. OU1*J t
2441 Cedar
dition. Phone Key.
ADULTS person $40 month. FR 4-2641 or hl One two bed-
only. or apt. size .
6-2930. Mr. Haynes. bunk beds complete $14; roll- gas range. 9.6.u. ft. CHEVROLET 4 door hardtop. Power -
._!rooms. Call J. R. Crane. 3723631. elec. r fr.3. with 45 Ib freezer. 63 Impala
away bed $10; pocket novels 87 Automoliles Wanter 62 VW sedan radio white. *
EFFICIENCY apartment, completely AIR CONDITIONED corner room 4 for 25 cents; used furniture Sleeps 4. 3514 NW 6th St. B&G steering, radio, heater, auto-
furnished electric stove and for graduate or mature woman books and household rummage all walls clean and in excellent OQQC
EXTRA SPECIAL CARS WANTED, 1950-54 Fords transmission V-8. .
refrigerator private bath and student. $35 per mo. 1216 NW at bargain prices. Brant's 513 condition $1295 matic ,
entrance. All utilities furnished. 3rd Ave. or call 372-9725. NW tth Ave. & Chevrolets. Al Herndon ServIce Power steer-
Station 916 SE 4th St. 63 IMPERIAL 4 door hardtop.
I Located at 2225 NE 7th St. $65 MEN COLONIAL 1 BR. V wide ... $795 MOTOR CO.
month. Phone 372-2128. only rooms. Singles Working house with girl same.would Call like FR to 4-9814 share ing, power brakes, air, radio $>| r Q r
and doubles. Call 372-
59 SUWANNEE 1 BR, 10' wide FOR THE CORRECT JyJ
FURNISHED garage apartment. after 5 P.M.G. ........ .. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE heater automatic transmission. f
9222. .... ..... ... .... $2495 61 VW sedan black with

no Conveniently pets. Call located FR 2-1(23 adults or only FR .more E. REFRIGERATOR.Gas Range $35$45 Silver-Ken- PACEMAKER 10' wide. 50' long TIME red interior . $1095 2001 FR N.W.6-7515 13th ST. 63 CORVAIR 700' 2 dear, radio $1 695

23794. SI-A Wanted To Rent ton T. V.. $45. See after 4 P.M. 2 BR .............. ...... $300 dn. FR 2-1411 CLOSED SUNDAY heater 4 speed. . . . I

1 BR frailer for rent. everything FAMILY of three wants 23 bed- at 222 SE. 20th St. NOW FEATURING the NEW 1944tx34 63 VALIANT 4 door V200. Automatic transmission -
furnished, except cooking gas FOR SALE 24 Volume Encyclopedia -- -
-
room house below $100. Five Courtesy Of -
$52 per mo. Phone 376-1502. year resident here. Phone 2913.. Brltannica. Call FR 4-7784 one bedroom mobile home. '60 Falcon 2-door white. heater $ TAO

I FURNISHED apartment. Clean cool UNFURNISHED 3 BR. 2 bath in after 5:30 P.M. BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. University Chevrolet $595 Real clean. . . . /J
and comfortable. 25 minutes from 75.000 BTU Duotherm oil heater H. Main St. at 16th Ave.
NW section. 1.
Starting Aug.
Gainesville. Access to>> big lake Contact Dr. E. Williams, Holiday with blower good condition. S25. INC. 63 VALIANT 4 door. Radio $ ] CQCheater.
374-8341
good fishing. $45 month. G.
P. Rlppey Melrose per, GR 5-5571. _Inn. June 51-23 Phone 3729447. Open t A.M. to 8 P.M. Closed . . . . IJ7J
Friday Night Browsing at Treasure Sundays. 441 N. at city limits YOU'REOFF
46 Unfurnished Apr 52 Boarders Wanted Chest In Fairbanks. OLD TIMEY across from Gainesville Livestock DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS '58 Ford Fairlane "500". 62 THUNDERBIRD. Power steering, power

THINGS odds and ends. Phone Market. red & white. extar clean brakes air conditioned, radio,

NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen ROOM bath. and Washing Board Machine.for girls. Private Phone Early FR 6-1283.American upholstered chair For trailer Sale &- enclosed 1 BR air cabana.cond. turn Excellent car . .... ... $695 heater: . . . . $2795

equipped.lease.$60 Ph.per 3744372 month on ayear's FR 44083 small maple bookcase. Danish condition. FR 2-9886. t-S POOLE-GABLE 62 CHEVROLET super sport 2 door hardtop.

t days. modern chair. new porch swings. A.M. and 6-12 P.M.
376-7327 evenings. 119 SE First Ave. Power steering brakes automatictransmission
54 Business Rentals Blond power
oak glass door book case. 2 Bedroom trailer, 42' with alumI- .
S rooms & bath downtown area dining table and 4 chairs lamps. num cabana air conditioned. 372-4343 I radio i ,
retrlg. & stove. Adults no pets. GARAGE space nor rent. 413 S.W. other household Items. Nearly- $2095
water furn. $60 per mo. FR 2- 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real- Nu Furniture Shop. 316 N.W. shady, Lot lot G-2.pool.Ph. Town FR 4-9404.& Country heater. . . . . .

_4621 or 3721633. tor. FR 21494.WAREHOUSE 11th Ave. FR 6-482. 62 CORVAIR! Monza: 2 door coupe.

New 2 bedroom duplex apartment or storage 19 x 30 CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew IT'S FOOLISHto Miller- $1495 i
for $75.00 per month. Call John $30 per mo. 12 x 20' $17 per and Used UO pay more. RECKLESS to PAINT WITHA Radio, heater 4 speed. . .

Merrill. Realtor FR 2-1474. mo. Ph. 376-4754 after 5PM. Complete line of photo supplies pay less. GET THE REAL lc JVVLCpNFuta( 2-daor. Autpjrmitic transmission -

2 BR apartment. large living room. FULLER'S FOTO INC. FACTS. Payments as- low as Brown I .
hooter
lio.' air
kitchen equipped nice quiet lo 56 Business Opportunities 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 3-0713 $57.29 par month with $300 down. JOB \ ra eonr$1' OQC I

I cation.Phone No children or pets. EXCELLENT downtown :Smcia r SEWING MACHINESSinger LAKE GENEVAMobile USED ditioned. A cream puff. JL/J ,
FR
2-4857. Service St.tlonopen and doIng portable, rotnd bobbin. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Homes Sales Hts Fia. 1030 E. I 61 OLDS 4 door sedan 88. Power steering, ,
LARGE :3 bedroom. 1 bath apart business will lease to responsible S29.95. guaranteed. Singer slant CARS
ment. Phone 376-2980>> between party with adequate needle. only $59.50 guaranteed. FOR SALE 1958 HICKS trailer $3995 Univ. Ave. power brakes, radio, heater. $1695
1:00 A.M. and OC P.M. Sinclair Co. Singer Zig Zag with drop In furnished 2-3582 i
: capital. Refining with 11 x 30 cabana 3 BR. FR Clean I
. .
TWO bedroom apt. evaiiabi.i- Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-4512. cams $71.50. White Zig Zag. air conditioned. washing . . .
like new Only $52.50. Necchl Located at
fenced yard.
mediately lower level of duplex 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. machine
; stove and refrlg.. situated Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity with .zig$54.10.zag attachments Phaff. $57.buttonholer Call- Archer Rd. Trailer Park. FR 6- At GW WARRANTY

about :3 blks. off campus. 1105' for the right man to get in 372-7480 611 W. Univ. Ave. Free 717. GOOD
NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone the bowling alley business with a home demonstration free delivery 10 x 55' Homecrest. 2 bedroom, HAWESPOWERSBODY

FR 45871.DESIRABLE. small amount of capital. Call FR within 50 miles. front and rear. IVfc bath In- SHOP Sun Want Ads 61 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4 door hardtop. "
4-2641 or FR 62930. Ask for Mr. staled; air conditioner window
well located 2 BR Haynes. SIZE 12 wedding dress. never worn. and patio awnings. Please call 611 S.W. 3rd St. Power steering power brakes, $
duplex apt. with utility appliancesfurnished. Call FR -t912 after 4 P.M. or | QQC
I Rental $85 monthly. 1400 FEET PAVED frontage-busy weekends. FR -12 3 before 9 and after 5. FR 2-0538 Get Results radio heater air conditioned. I 7 VD
yearly basis. No children. petsor corner Inside city. 12 Acres START
students. 115 NW 13th St. ZONED SHOPPING CENTER.The THE best costs less If you heat 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 61 CROWN IMPERIAL 4 door hardtop. Power -
Phone FR 6-5323 or FR 4-4833. buy of a lifetime at $4t- water electrically. Find out how
coo.ARCH to replace It and get cash divi MUSTANG Special model 8. per- steering power brakes, radio,
$2495
DELUXE 2 Bedroom Duplex. bullt- CAMPBELL REALTORPhone dends. Call Fullgas your Philgas feet condition must be seen to heater automatic transmission.
Ins. terrazzo floors. near schools. Dist. 374-5392. be appreciated $249. 1424 N. W. VACATION TIMEIS

large yard $80. Call FR 4-5005. 376-5707. 1958 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson 12th St. Ph. 3744974. ; 60 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door sedan. Automatic -

Deluxe 2 & :3 Br. New ducted air FOR SALE BY OWNER two .i .t7 cc3 When
outboard engine 300 hrs. total radio
DUCATI heat-
1963 motorcycle $
TIME
condo and heat. Wood paneled. good business locations with tremendous running time. $98. Phone FR 5000 miles excellent -. -tditlon. TRADE IN transms.sion.! 295
200'cads.
Spacious yard. 'Quiet. S110-S140. Call potential.J. R. Crane 100', 3723631.x 2-3748. maintained regularly by1 competent er, air conditioned. . .
See at 3533 S.W. 24th Ave. Call
mechanic $215. Phone FR I I
FR 4-0913 er 2-5400 BRACE yourself foea thrill the I 60 CHEVROLET Brookwood station wagon, '
Cl Wanted to Buy first time you use Blue Lustre ?-$818 after 500. IF YOU LIKE MONEY. Your automatic transmission radio heater I

47 Houses for Rent Furn. for cleaning rugs and upholstery.Rent ,
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR
CASH for your used furniture refrigerators electric shampooer $1. Mc- power steering air $ \
stoves TVs. clothIng Daniell Furn. Co. YOU'LL LIKE THESE QQC
: :3 BR. 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150 etc. FR 2-3937. William's HOTPOINT CONDITIONING Tune up conditioning. . . . I wsD .,

per Inc. mo.FR 23617.Call McKinney Green, Service Center. Hawthorne Road. dition $85.refrigerator Gas stove good$40. con See Special $2.50 for performancetest. PRICES Family 59 FORD Fairlane 4 door sedan. $"7QC

WANTED one wheel utility trailer. Saturday 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. at All makes and models.
1 bedroom house. 3242 N.W. 11th G. P. Rippey, Melrose. Florldt. 1336 N.E. Tth St. Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air Standard transmission, 6 cyl. IlJ
St.. comer 33rd Ave. House open. Phone GR 55571. Conditioning Servicing Center. 59 PLYMOUTH 2 door
I Call FR 4-4230. FRIGIDAIRE 40" electric range In 304 N. Main St., Phone FR :2- Classic 770. 4- Vacations Fury hardtop. Power -
COINS good condition. $35 or will trade RAMBLER I steering radio heater
COMPLETELY furnished 2 BR for 2541. 1 1963 Door automatic ,
power mower of equal value. auto$795
Want to buy. 1955 dimes. 1955 half
home at Earleton Fla. Ship-
374-9497. matic
auto Automotive transmission.
SPECIAL palnting$2995. V-3.
dollars. Paying $5 for 1964 Proof Power steering
mans Landing. $50 per mo. Call repairs and tune-up. transmission radio heater Air. -
sets. also buying all other US and VACUUM CLEANERS 61 DODGE Lancer
4 door
FR 6-3507. 4681742. sed Automatic
Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. on.
i. Coin brakes bucket seats.
foreign coins. Rebel Stamp Used Machines power ,
2 bedroom fum. home on the lake. Sheo 809 W. Univ. Ave. $15 u -15 to choose from Phone 37J-791S. $2595 transmission!, radio, heater, $
Call 372-959 after ':00 weekly KIRBY SALES & SERVICE Beautiful car j IN | 095

for further Information. 64 Household Goods 712 N. Main Ph. 374-7116 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE power steering.. '. . . .
._ _.
ENJOY Lake Santa Fe year T.V. antennas Cross Country wag1 60 CADILLAC 4 door sedan, power steering,
around. Attractive home furnish LARGE wall-type oil healer completely $7 double $3 single stack CORVAIR Monza '4* equipped 1 1963 RAMBLER Automatic brakes
660.
stack. $13 compile power automatic transmission
on.
ed or unfurnished. Including boat. automatic with thermo with radio. heater, white side ,
Ideal for couple with child. Reasonable stat temperature controL $25. 207 _.kit.!__Branfs. 513 NW 8th Ave. wall tires. ,000 actual miles. transmission Air. Reclining seats. radio heater air conditioned. $
rent to qualified person. N.W. 21st Ter. Phone 372-0908. SM. kitchen table. black formica, Assume payments small equi $2695 A O/lor

GR 5-144. 2 chaIrs $20 2 modern black ty. Win consider older car for Low mileage. Nice Real sharp . . . . JtyfD
DRAW DRAPES and double
single eak chests plus vanity $50: 4 equity. Cad owner at 3724441 60
4 BR.. m beth $150 per month. window size. 13.50 and $3.50 per blond oak tables round cocktail. ext. 33. 1-5 weekdays. METRO 2 door hardtop.
1101 S.W. 5th Ave. Available pair. Good condition. Bambi Mo CklSC 550. 4- $445
August. 15th. Phone FR 4-2892. tel. corner 2 step plus two amber CHEVROLET '56 4-ooor, 4-cyllnder 1963 RAMBLER Real nice . . . . .
glass lamps $50; like new. 372- yellow and black. Good condI- Door, automatictransmission
59 PLYMOUTH
4 door
TSR house lights 4 water fur- TWIN 12" casement window fan. 0149. tion. $295. Call FR ....06. 1534 station wagon. Automatic -
nished. $42 per mo. No pets Robbins & Myers 2 speed Intakeor IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY SW 13th St. radio NEW transmission, radio

3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR exhaust. Phone FR 2-1840. IS HARD OF HEARING encourage MGA. 195 Top condition. like heater Air . . . . .- $2095 heater V-8 $695
25633. . .
EARLY American double bed Danish him to enJoY| the benefit of a new Interior. Call FR 2-3054 after . .
Neatly furnished. small home. 3 modem sofa bedding. Phone hearing ald. Visit GAINESVILLE 7:30 P.M. Fairlane' 500 4-Door ouIVOO 59 CHRYSLER Saratoga 4 door hardtop. Power -
Ig. rooms & bath all elec. kitchen. FR 2-0791. HEARING AID CO. Today. 620 1 O1O
carport. Cool oak shaded N. Main Street. FR -0095. VALIANT. '41. radio heater good FORD tomatic steering power brakes, automatic
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested condition. Can FR 4-WJ13.
yard. $40 per mo. FR 2-8181. trans$1895 OR transmission air conditioned.
and Guaranteed SEWING MACHINE mission radio heater .
1954 OLDS air conditioned. automatic
$1
,
double garage
,I air Bedroom conditioning house and T.V. antenna 42, Refrigerators Ranges from from $39$39 op up If like 44: Model new makes 01.1oMatlCr button holes.Zig Zag overcast transmission good mechanical Sharp. . . . . 095
condition. Ronnie
shady location. Phone FRI 17 Washers from $19 upI i applique, fancy stitches, Phone 372-48$!. ext. If or Young.372- 4-Door 770' Clas-
Dryers from $49 up i dams, mends. etc. Assume 4 payments 4411. 1963 RAMBLER sic. Bucket seats WE BUY USED CARSWe
BEDROOM frame house at 2120 2 Food-Freezers from S9f up I $7.10 each us W. UnlY.I .

S.E. 12th St. $SO per month. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up _Ave Ph. 374-107S. twin floor shift. Radio, heater. USED Will Not Be Undersold or Out Traded
2-4134. 10 TV Sets from $35 up $2395

Call FR JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I 70 Boats-Marine Equip.NEW NEW Extra nice.. . . . . .
ADULTS only. S room house. 307 419 NW Ills Ave Ph. 372-5303 HAWES-POWERS
S.E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane. MST
372-3631. ONE 30-gallon gas hot water heat- Fishing Boats painted and FALCON SOOt 4-Door Hard-
I .r. Phone 481-2121 Hawthorne ready to go. tm Anniversary 1962 FORD Plymoutb-Vatjont..Chryslep..lm
home completewith automatic perial--Simco
't Bedroom frame 15 transmission
I day sale. June 1st to 15th.
machine TV.& deep piano freeze.washing Locatednear I 66 Misc .For Sale. 10 ft. $34.95. 12 ft. $39.95. I yearsIn 100 Radio, heater r CAR 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400

SchooL Lot I I same location. Turn East at Dow.payment 1695 I
Steven Foster mo. Will CLOSE OUT SALEOn post office 5 blks. Frank Dickerson. power steering . . . .
100 x 141'. $125 per Orange Lake Marine Boat of onlyCA
Inquire at Wallpaper. 98c a Roll
students.
rent to girl Works. highway 441 P. 0. Box $ Per
Insurance Office HARPER PAINT CO. Bonneville Station
Nation Wide 221. Orange Lake Fla. f\r ,
2'15 N.W. 4ttl St. Ph. FR 4-2524 10 S.W. Tth St. 372-4344 Ju Mo. I Jak 1 PONTIAC
er FR 44710.FURNISHED 14* Lone Star alumn. W. irtanks I TV I wagon automatictransmission
BOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 30 H.P. Evinrude Elec. start Mf Personal Deal
2 BR house. $65 Chairs low as S*. No money windshield complete outfit skiing, CALL Sr SEE radio heater power steering

per mo. Phone 372.9105. down low as $5 per month. fishing top condition with trailer. OSCAR BRYAN power brakes. 1 owner. THE BOSS SAYS:
Free estimates pickup and delivery $495. Gator Marine 1221 E. Univ. $1795
j-ROOMS and bath edge of Newl service. All work guaran Ave.A Like new . . . . .
berryj $45 monthly. Phone 472- teed. Phone 374-77S4. Show & KeeterFR

2041. TRADE your costly to operate Cruiser.REAL BARGAINI 19 ft.. 75 h.p.I960 Evlnn/Glasspar e. 6-5371 Falcon I
.NEAT 25R house with T.V. ELECTRIC water heater and Camden trailer fathometer misc. 1961 FORD heater 2.Dr:1.: ?: $895 "GET THE JOB DONE"My

antenna 704 NW 34th PL Call $48 for a new glassiined GAS equipment.I Priced for quick Ule. -
FR 4-7775 after 4'30 P.M. water heater. Much more hot $1495. Can 472-2713.
water at about half the cost with Falcon' Wagon utomatictransmission.
48 Houses for Rent Unfum. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. 14 foot. factory built runabout WANTEDFOR 1961 FORD ,

_ARCHER ROAD. FR 65116.ROSE'S fast with with 12 top... trailer motor. winch COMPLETE CASH $1 095 goal for the last six months of this year .

TWO bedroom house for rent Lawn Mower Service. I anchor and outdoor cover ec. Radio heater . . . .
Apply Frank Dkkerson Orange am back at old stand. 514 W. $350. Arch Campbell. Ph. 374- GOOD HOUSES is 25 new trucks 50 new COTS end 100 used
Lake Marine Boat Works. P. O University Ave. I buy. sell and 5707.

Box 221 Orange Uae. FU. trade. Sat class repairs as al- BOAT good for fishing or aklilo9- TO BE MOVED 1961 RAMBLER 4Dr Sedan Extra cars and trucks. In order to obtain this goal j..
PHONE
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house ways. Steering mechanism length 15'. 454-1650 big
$50 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom T-V antennas. $4 single stack U excellent conn* Student mint HIGH SPRINGS $1.095 I pledge to cut profit to the bottom, increase
buy . . . .
house. $40 month. Furnish.eddupie double stack. $1495 complete kit. sell. 46 -120o. . . JERRY MEADOWS

apt. $90 month. FR Jim Voyles. 419 NW INs Ave. trade in allowance to the top and meet or .....;-- ....
4 "
4-7444. REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag 1OCO Door automatic 376.7584

I Bedroom. CB hew. SAO per makes decorative stitches appitejue. FIRST TIME IN GAINESVILLE l7aJ7 DESOTO transmission radio beat any legitimate deal 1 'I laid 'in front of'me.My ,
month. Call 316-327 t A-M. to 5 buttonholes monograms etc. ,

P.M. Only $47.20. payments $4.50 per heater power steering power brakes. Air, commisskm check may suffer, but;-my: Ext. 48
.. .. .
mo. 115 W. Unto. FR .107S. w.
1 BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st THE 12 WIDE 1 owner. Must see ,; .
Ave. $100 per mo. Also 2 br, NEW end used chain saws lawnmowers $895 boss won't frown at me'eVery time he sees me. __ \,_,
1 bath In NW at $45 per mo. edgers tampers lightpI..ts to appreciate. . . . . .
University Realty 372-4351. cable. Wisconsin. Briggs -

;. -a BR 1 bath 1414 NE tth St. S9J tors.4> Stratton Rental new sales and and used..,"Ice.Mrtft'S mo. MOBILE HOMEALSO Many Other Used Can to Choose From "See Jerry. ;in .a Hurry" :..

per mo. Call McKlnney-Green. WITH NO .
Inc.3417.. Power Tools. 231 NE MANY DOWN PAYMENT "-
-. 16th Ave. Phone 376-341U SELECTION OF WIDES .
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RENTALS :
FIBERGLASS rod. Shakespeare ATUNIVERSITY .
t & 3 BR. Homes. fum and' u.s.turn. reel. $15 3 piece mans Samsonlte MOTOR

luggage good condition. $25; RIDGWAY
MARY MOELLER REALTORUniversitY t mm movie camera. $20 $25. Federal Quality Homes Inc. GHEVROLFt!CO.
101* W. FR 44471BR. prelector $5 screen. Ph. 3742355. COe

:. .. J bath. Florida room. 1202 4820 N.W. 13th ST. ((441 NORTH) -.- .
N.W. 42nd Ave. .*. per mo.1 ELECTRIC Singer Sewing Machine 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 1515 North Main Sh Gainesville Fla.
BR.'1 bath, 103 N.E. torn Place. with cabinet foot pedal central.wont SERVICE FIRST ALWAYS, ._, ,
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Chevrolet Biscayne ASA oW $2176 ,..
60 CHEV. $1195 !
. STRICTLY?' Bel-Air 4-dr. sedan 6 cyl. R& H, <;;
As 'Low 2-Tone Blue. I'
Impala Sport Cpe $2811
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IrP.4l .Tempest. R&H,Std. Trans., I
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Impala Cony ASA Low $2694 Blue White. >('h..
62 FORD $1545
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CheveIIes."A $2171 Blue&White. \
/QNEWFORDTRADE-INSQ ':-- '60 PONTIAC $1345 hII

w 4-<1r.H/T R& H, Automatic.PS,
Chevy II's ASA $2070 2-Tone Tan.

'63 FORD. .,.,,$2245 '61 VOLKS.$1045 '63 T.BIRD $3885
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Corvair Monza's ASA $2233 Wire Wheels White Nice.
Gal. 500 2-dr.HIT: V-8. Com.. Convertible, R &H,WSW Yellow
'R',WSW.. Chestnut & White. with Black Top. '60 VALIANT $895Station

Wagon 4-dr., Automatic,
As '57 CHEV $295 '62 COMET $13954dr. R & H. Red.

$ '55 DODGE $176
Station Wagon 6" R&H Pow- Sta. Wag. Heater. Light
4-dr. Sedan Heater Autocratic,2-
'Little 195 erglide. Red and White. Green. Tone Blue.

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MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'TIL AUGUST '63 FORD $1895 '59 OLDS . $9,958S
4-dr. R&H,Automatic.
Fa.riane. 500 4-dr.Sto.Wag.V-8.. Sedan
Fordomatic. PS. R&H, Green. PS. White.
'61 FORD $1195
We at University Chevrolet have the largest & finest Sales 60 FALCON '. $899Deluxe ,
Foirlone 500 4-dr. V-8. R & H. :
&Service facilities in North Florida thus enabling us to handlean '2-dr.,R&H.20,000 actual Com,WSW.Turq&White. t
even larger volume. Due to this larger volume which we miles one local owner. '62 PL YM. $1295

have been enjoying thanks to you we are able to offer even '62 FORD '. $1795 4-dr.Star Wag..V-8.Auto.'Trans,

greater savings on every car and truck sold plus service and Got 500. Convert.. R&'H, Com. Heater. light Blue. II!P \
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PS. WSW Light White 61CORV AIR $1345
parts that is uncomparabie. Top.
Monza Coupe. R &H, PowergWe.!
'60 CHEV. $1345 Ton. I '
'60 RAMB. $8854dr.
Impala 2-dr. HI( ,V-8. R & H_
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