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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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H. 4 2 9'tj "city"-a cross within a .
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circle.
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1J 1 4 k 4 yet The sign symbolized what the
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1j "The essence of every city's .
.X S attraction for men."

j d southeastwestquadrants Gainesville, with its north-cir-

cling the county's focal point, i
?.4 the Alachua County Courthouse,
personifies the ancient hiero-

I f glyphic symbol of the cross t'w .

i r Th:1J/; within Gainesville's a circle. formation as x j.. '

"the essence of every city's at-
s t traction for men" began witha

large land grant in 1817 by

>'. xr the King of Spain to a familyof
Cuban merchants. The Arre- ,4

M y'ms + dondo grant was voided when =s ,

e ; Florida became a U. S. territory S
t in 1819.

In his downthown study, for
: f4r 5 ; # mer plan staff member Dennis

; : Lehman notes that as settlers

from Georgia, Alabama and 1k ;; >

C rt qa the Carolinas began subdividing I
the state into counties,

I b } iko A Newnansville -northeast of Something Old Something New
,
'
t 4 x r Alachua became the first

.,' 'ra 1.s county seat. In late 1854 a Looking west up S.W. 1st Avenue from the sidewalk in front of Pool-Gable Motors

f r : ;. f gfk growing trading post called toward the courthouse, the contrast of the past and present downtown is immediately : -
"Hog Wallow" because it recognized. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.)
was between Hogtown Creek
k 4M
and the prairie-usurped the

i county seat and Gainesvillewas AFTER PEACE FAILURE
1 i ; I ; x born.

t t b Originally, Gainesville totaled .
just over 103 acres and was

4ti bordered by what is now the IndonesiansNew Launch
i central business district-Fifth

Avenue, Second Place, Sweet-
;;;Y ru
; water branch and Second
7 Street. Alachua County Com
..- ll fei1... y ,." .;.x missioners, on December 28,

/( Lightning split C. P. (Dutch) Dressler's 60-foot oak from top to bottom yester- 1852, approved the property Huge Attack
for .
( day and peeled the bark "just about as qu ick as you can say boo." The electrician, purchase $632.51.The ;
shown at right, said he was'sitting in-his living room at 1902 NW 11th Rd. yesterday commission action specifying -

watching television less than 20 feet from where the tree f"struck. The tree, which the, way- 'the property KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia tinued for six hours in some of Ningkan said, however, that
t I measures 30 inches in diameter, will have to be removed (Sun photo by Tommy. Lewis) was to be downtown laid out set an unchanging (AP) Indonesian guerrillas the fiercest fighting of the anti- British and Malaysian security

1 develop made one of the biggest attacksof guerrilla campaign. forces could handle the situa-
t ment trend that
now poses the Borneo jungle war Sun The Gurkhas are troops the tion if Indonesia tried to send
problems for city officials and
Damaged Whites planners. day night, only 24 hours after British have hired in Nepal for more guerrillas into Sarawak.

NegroesServices Commissioners specified: the collapse of the second Ma years. They are among the best Indonesian President Sukarno
laysian summit conference a fighting units in British armiesin who stalked out of the Tokyo
"A to be reserved lathe
square security forces spokesman announced the Far East.Government summit meeting, then returned '
center, as near may be. in Sarawak. for a final futile session Saturday
Clash Beach officials predicted -
at containing four acres, four
main streets entering the Five Gurkhas were killed and a major stepup in the Indo has not commented on the

T 1 square to be 90 feet wide, the five others wounded in the six- nesian guerrilla campaign following conference breakup.The .

itestoreaUtility ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP other streets to be 40 feet wide, hour battle near the frontier collapse of the peace official government news
about 50 miles west of Kuchung, conference Saturday in Tokyo. agency Antara said Indonesian
Negroes and whites clashedat the entire town to be surrounded
't service a public beach again todayas Bryant OrderedTo by a street not less than 30 the spokesman said. Radio Indonesia voiced a struggle guerrillas in"will north continue their

and telephone integrationists sought a fed feet wide, the place to be nam- The number of .guerrilla cas- tougher new stand against Ma. Kalimantan
Show Cause (
Malaysian Borneo
normal aft- )
has been restored to as Indo-
ed Gainesville. ualties not known. The
eral court order lifting a ban was laysia. nesia's
( er widespread disruptions reI on after-dark demonstrations in Downtown was established.By dead and wounded were reported The State Security Council in determined answer to
TALLAHASSEE (APAtty.Gen. ) neocolonialist subversion
from Saturday's storm. and
suIting this uneasy city. 1898 there were 15 grocery carried back across the fron the Malaysian Borneo state of
service was inter James Kynes \said today encirclement tactics."
Utility Nineteen integrationists wad stores, four fish and meat mar- tier as security forces forced Sarawak scheduled an emergency
to about 350 or 400 cus- federal district Judge Bryan '
I rupted ed into the surf at the beach kets, seven dry good stores, the guerrillas to retreat. meeting. The situation on the
ordered the
,- tomers. Telephone service was and were immediately attackedby Simpson governor two bakeries, two men's shops, The spokesman said the at- frontier is grave, Chief Minister 2 Viet Units
interrupted to 150 to 200 custom and others to show cause why
a gang of about 20 white three racket variety stores, tack'on the Gurkha patrol con- Stephen Kalong Ningkan said.
should not be held in
ers. they con four Suffer
and drug stores, four furniture BiggestCasualties
John Kelly, utility department men youths. One Negio tempt ,of court for banning stores .
1 received ,,a bicycle shop, two seed "
girl a bloody nose and
'i' manager, said every several other demonstratorswere nighttime desegregation demon- stores, a music store, two tailor

ti, available man was called out, strations. shops, two barber shops, three FOR JULY 4
struck. BELLS SOUGHT
and most service was restored Kynes said Judge Simpson livery stables and four saloons. BANG LANG, South Viet Nam
by Saturday night. The whites chased the inte- him with the infor- (AP
telephoned Names of many of the bus ) Two Vietnamese para-
"We had quite a bit of trouble grationists out of the surf onto mation.He iness leaders of the late 1880's CELEBRATION HEREA troop battalions suffered their
he said. "We had no major the broad white beach and were
} said the show cause order are equally familiar today heaviest casualties of the war in
circuits out." themselves chased out of.the cited Gov. Farris Bryant, Atty. Baird, Vidal, Phifer. search for bells to ring on the Fourth of July is under Viet Nam Sunday as they

Trees and lightning caused Gen. James Kynes, Highway And many of the buildingsthat way this week by a four-man committee appointed by Mayor charged through a Viet Cong

most of the service failures, he Patrol' Chief J. W. Jordan, St. were familiar to the pioneer Howard McKinney.W. suicide squad and routed dug-

said.R.. Johns County Sheriff L. 0. Bairds, Vidals and Phifersare S. (Tiny) Talbot, T. J.Hawes, Cecil Cox and Ray Petti- in Communist forces.
E. Higginbotham, South. Ted Asks Davis, and the chief of police equally recognizable to ford were named to the committee to organize the city's In- The fighting took place In a

em Bell manager in Gainesville and the mayor of St. Augustine. their families today. dependence Day ceremonies.The swampy corner of the Plain of
i said telephone crews Kynes said the order required Thus, the major concentration local bell-ringing will be part of a national observance Reeds 45 miles southwest of
worked all night Saturday to To See answers to be filed at 9:30 a.m.. of these old businesses-is of. the traditional tolling of the Liberty Bell in Inae- Saigon and followed the loss of

restore service. I Friday. surrounding the courthouse. pendence Hall at Philadelphia. three American soldiers and 60
"All phones were back in operation All Gainesville. civic clubs and Chamber of Commerce
Most were built before 1900. Vietnamese in a Viet Cong human -
by 5 ajn. Sunday, he I PapersNORTHAMPTON j In the downtown study of the members are being 'asked to .participate and schedule Inde- wave attack northwest of

said.Higginbotham water by highway patrolmenand area between South 4th Avenue, pendence Day programs. Saigon Friday.A .
said trees fell Mass. (AP) other officers. N.W. 6th Street, North 5th Ave- The bells will be tolled beginning-at 1 p.m. on July 4. wounded U.S. Army officer
two cables and had to -Sen. Edward M. KennedY'5condition
across
State police arrested 'about (See CITY, Page 21 and two enlisted men
cables described werefeared
and the
be removed re was todayas
.six of the white assailants.
captured when the Viet
.
paired. Lightning damage wasse'Ue "extremely satisfactory" by
remainedon
The integrationists
he added. his attending physician.Dr. Cong overwbelmed a Vietna-
the beach about 45 minutes, Agriculture Secretary FreemanTo mese special forces company.
Reds Warn Thomas F. Corriden, who until ordered by state troopers American advisers said the
has been caring for the senator to leave. battle was a significant militaryand

(c) New Yw* Times since he suffered a broken backin Attorneys for the Negroes psychological victory because
HONG KONG Communist an airplane crash Friday asked the U.S. District Court in Speak at UF Tomorrow Noon it was wholly government

China warned underdeveloped night, said in a morning bulle nearby Jacksonville to order ... initiated. .

countries yesterday they wjmld tin that Kennedy is "bright and Gov. Farris Bryant and Atty.
United States Secretary of for agriculture who is heading LOOK WHO
become subject to Soviet domination alert and asked to see the Gen. James Kynes to shew
if they accepted econo morning newspapers." ban demonstrations Agriculture Qrville L. Freemanwill up Operation DARE.
cause why a on night -
speak here tomorrow at a $ The final DARE conference DISLIKESPHYSICALS
mic aid from Moscow.countriesof Sen. Birch Bayh D-Ind., and should not be re luncheon session of the University begin this morning. It will be
the
Peking urged his wife, who suffered less seri- moved. of Florida's OperationDARE devoted to a summary of all the
Asia and Africa to develop ous injuries in the The request came after simultaneous -
accident,
are (developing agricultural previous sessions and a look at
'national independent econom also hospital patients. They : demonstr a t ion s resources effectively). formulation of a program to realize SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _
ies" through mutual help without were expected to remain !Sunday by Negroes and whites.
at the
assistance from Around 1,000 agricultural leaders the state's agricultural. po- The average physician is as
relying on Cooley Dickinson About 120 Negroes and more
Hospital the .
tentia'1. fearful as anybody eke whenit
from all over the state, including
the Soviet Union, the United rest of the week. than 300 white segregationists
in to
Commissioner of Agriculture Speakers scheduled today comes getting a physical
States or the United Nations.! each other on opposite i 4'y.
.passed
clude Commissioner Conner examination, doctors
Bayh said Sunday that Ken Doyle Conner are ex- says at-
Sides of Ithe same street Sundayin Buren Brice of Bronson tending the American
sec Medical
luncheonin
nedy did not have on a seat pected to attend the
belt at the time of impact and one of the more dramatic Florida Gym. retary. State Board of Forestry Association convention. ,

WHERETO was half standing talking to his encounters of this city's recent The luncheon ; Floyd E. Bowen, Lake "Getting a doctor to a physical
racial unrest. starting at land, president, Florida Chamber examination is harder ,
aide, Edward Moss, 41, one of
12:30 will climax seriesof
between the two pjnn a
The street
and Frank than
the two men killed in the crash. of Commerce; breaking a wrestler'sarm
FIND IT was filled with state and DARE conferences devotedto said
groups Holland, Winter Haven, agricultural Dr. Harvey WJd-
Though the freshman Demo- local police -who were convoy. an inventory of Florida'spresent industry consultant. roe of Berkeley, Calif

Comics ... . 10 cratic senator, elected 19 ing each parade and the sit- agricultural resources Today's session will conclude The thousands of doctors
Entertainment 9 months ago to fill his brother's uation never threatened to get and projections of agriculture's '. with a banquet at the HolidayInn tending the week long, con '
Obituaries . 2 unexpired term in the U.S. Senate out of hand. growth potential for the next at 7 P-m The featured Lion are urged to take '"

Opinion Page . 4 faces six to eight monthsof About midnight Sunday van decade. speaker will be Nyle C. Brady, she physical check

Sports . . .78Women's recuperation, doctors stresshe dals tossed concrete brickbats University President Dr. J, FREEMAN director of science and educa special clinic, wi _;
-
. 5 will recover completely, bar. through the doWntown oUics( Reitz will act toastmaster
Wayne as 1:ary Freeman will be introduced tion for the U. S. Departmentof In past years, r
ring unforeseen complications. (See CLASH, Page 2)) at the luncheon. Secre1 1 sy Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost Agriculture. have done
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_2__ Gainesville Sun Monday, June 22, 1964 .

Weather Roundup ***' *v -

Says Public Is Demanding. I SEE by l-yv !



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Better Job Of Teaching I

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-- .theSUN I IPOLICE
\ a s"1
By SANDY BLOWERS I is, Dr. Frazier used several per- ,cording to Frazier, "are insep 7OVR. ,_-_' I. .
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The eighth annual summer sonal vignettes to illustrate his arable." He told that many ,

conference of the' Florida Association ideas. Most of these stories kinds of learning! may be in- BCD E F Partly cloudy
for with kinds of with FIRE REPORT mercial Hotel and Homer Pate I:lard, Paul Caulton. Louis Stan-
Supervision and pertained to teaching experiences -volved many through Tuesday widely 54L uaM. 'a
Curriculum Development (FAS- that he encountered.Dr. teaching.He scattered afternoon and evening Accident Roundup Jr., 36, 2233 SE Hawthorne Rd., (iridge, Minnie Lee Mallard,

CD) opened last night at the Frazier said that one second thundershowers. High to- Involved in accidents reported were arrested yesterday in connection I[Carrafell Smith, Blance Thomas

Medical Center Auditorium witha grade teacher told him added that teaching is day in the 90s. Low tonightin by the Gainesville Police with a burglary of. Edward Green, Marlene

speech by Dr. Alexander that two-thirds the problem more than talking and it is also the 70s. Variable winds 5 Department and Alachua County -Mike's News and Book Store, ; Fred Lee Younge

F szier of Ohio State University. -of teaching pupils to read is developing -more than just presenting infor- to 15 miles per hour.A Sheriff's office over the 116 SE 1st St., May 31, 1964. Bradley, ,
mation. ,James Leon Johnson, William
good reasons for read- weekend were: Grady Trapp, no address re-
"The public is',demanding ing. He with "Teaching :Is essentially Clear to partly cloudy and isolated warm- field :S. Edwards, Clara Hill, Marcia -
a agreed entirely. per- today tonight and Tuesday with Officer Ralph Mahn, 22, 902 ported, was for investiga-
better job of teaching in sonal," said the Ohio State mostly afternoon thundershowers. Gould and daughter, Margaret -
and
of
ourscs'sty her."The High today 88 to 96. Low tonight 72 to NW 24th Ave., treated and released -ion attempted breaking I
," said Dr. Frazier. conduct of He pointed out that 78 Variable mostly' south winds 5 to
learning professor. 15 knots. at Alachua General Hospital -entering by the Gainesville Police -I Haynes and daughter, Nancy

"We are now getting help from comes from thinking rather teachers must get with the following a collision with Department after being E. Willingham, Alice P.

psychology, sociology, and technology than memorization," stated field of instructional technology. G J with- scattered Partly cloudy showers through especially Tuesday .,., Stephen Lee Dykes, 19, of Rt. 3 found cutting with a knife at .Means.

: that will help us do a.. Frazier. There is much to be foundof at night. High today In the upper 80s. Box 292, in the 2200 block of NW the door )f Gene's Grocery, 330 '

better job." I Teaching is part of a processof value in this growing field, Low winds tonight I to IS in miles the per upper hour.H 70s.. Easterly 6th Street. Dykes was chargedwith SW Depot Av.'. June 20, 1964BIRTHS

He pointed out that the con-I developing an instructional said Frazier. I Partly cloudy through Tues- failure to yield the rightof John Daniel Gilmore, Red-
cept of teaching is getting program the speaker told "Teaching is professional," he day with scattered showers. High todayin GAINESVILLE WEATHER way.
arrested and held' for
dick
the 90s. Low tonight in the 70s. was
verse instead of better. "We I the conference audience. He concluded, "and we must keep Easterly winds 8 to IS miles per hour.K Municipal Airport readings Ronnie Fay Wright 25, of investigation, after being found Mr. and Mrs. Jim NcNeal,

need to make" new insights in gave definite steps to follow in some kind of guideline for Partly' cloudy through Tuesday during past 24 hours: high 90 3001 SE Hawthorne Rd., and by officers breaking into cars :1018 SW 8th Ave., a girl; Mr.
learning, said the noted the development of this pro- teaching," with the idea that with scattered showers. High today SI
doctor.In is Low tonight 80. Easterly winds 8 to IS from 12-2 p.m. and 5-6 p.m. David Benjamin Hazen, 29, of in the doctors parking lot at ,and Mrs. Leonard Rose, 3103NW
gram. "teaching an act and an miles per hour.TEMPERATURES. Low 69 4-5 a.m. Trace rainfall. P. 0. Box 601, Starke, at 7:45 .
Alachua General Hospital.A Mr. and
describing what teaching 'Teaching and learning," ac- art." ELSEWHEREHigh last night on State Road 20 just J 12th St., a boy;
ALMANAC screen was removed and 225 NW
Low Precp. ]Mrs. Chas. Rysedorph,
east of Gainesville. Hazen and
Jacksonville 93 72 .............. glass jalousie broken at 2931 '
Miami Si 77 ..22Tampa Sunset today 7:33 p.m. ; 19th Ln., a girl; Mr. and Mrs.
............ Nancy Wright, a passenger,
Sunrise tomorrow 5.30am.
Gov. Scranton Claims He Atlanta U 84 73 76 .39 Moonrise today .......'..... 5:42 p m. was treated and released at NE 10th Street. No entry was :Jesse Crosby, 4112 NW 11th St.,
s. Full Moon (and Total Eclipse of the made.
New Orleans 92 72 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peters -
a girl
Boston 81 61 .03 Moon) ...'.. ..... Wednesday night. Alachua General Hospital. ;
New York 91 76 PROMINENT STAR A screen was cut, but no entry ; 17 NW 20th Dr., a girl;
James W. Walker
1729 S E
Washington 94 73 Antares near the Moon. gained, at 1209 NW 4th :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller,
Chicago 86 45 .18 VISIBLE PLANETS, ,...,......... 13th PI. and Parker Lee Ches-:
Kansas Saturn rises 11:30 Place.A and
1 City 84 69 .02 p.m. Newberry Rd., girl Mr.
..,.. ,..,...... a ;
Lots of Denver 71 49 .01 Jupiter. rises 3:30 a.m. nut, 437 SE 8th St., in the 300
Getting BackingWASHINGTON Ft. Worth 96 74 Mars, rises .., .. ........ .... 4.04 a.m. block North Main at 9:20: last window was disturbed at a .Mrs. Thomas Dukes, 3225 NW 30
Los Angeles 73 58
Seattle 90 6 9 .15 MARINE FORECAST night. store at 1205 NW 5th Avenue. Ave., a boy.
EAST GULF Variable mostly south No entry was gained.
(AP) Gov. Barry Goldwater will start in least 15 Goldwater supportersbut CEDAR KEY TIDES winds 5 to IS knots through Tuesday. Mary C. Alvarez, 1210 NW DWI AD !:-:OED

William W. Scranton says Re- about a week and a half. is nominally pledged to Ohio Tuesday High at 1:25 a.m. and 12:07 Scattered noon along showers shore.mainly Gusty during winds after near 14th Ave., at 807 NW 15th Ave.,
p.m. Low at 6:28 a.m. and 7:27 showers. Charlie T. Dowling, 45, of Rt. Annie Earlene Rysedorph,
convention James A. Rhodes the p.m.
publican delegates"in Scranton gave no figures on Gov. on at 12:41 pm. yesterday.John .
3 Box 140 arrested Sunday Nelle Sue
was Helen Jeanne Rose
numbers than in his first ballot. A to Scranton'ssuccess ,
greater I ex shifts so far appearance key P. Hudson
,
pected" are lining up behind his Sunday on the CBS radiotelevision is.to assure that such Station and Wilhelmina University B. just south of Gainesville on Peters, Joann Crosby, Joyce B.
,
Duel Devotee Saved State Road S-23, and charged Miller, John Q. Hayworth. LulaD.
presidential candidacy.The program "Facethe Na delegations stay uncommitted so Voodre, 2540 SE 9th Place, at
:with driving while intoxicated. Simpson, Susan Amanda
Pennsylvania governor, tion. that Goldwater doesn't go over SW 2nd Ave., and 10th St. at I
Hudson La-
Ronald B.
who plans to confer starting He planned to stay in Harris- the top on the first rollcall at His Voting 4:59: p.m. Saturday. ALACHUA GENERALJune Crews, ,Grif-
Rights Santerfeit Jean
Tuesday with key uncommitted burg, Pa., today, but had an eye the GOP convention at San 1 I Clarence McClellon LaCrosse Ray Betty
all of Gainesville Minnie
fis
delegations in the East, Midwestand on Columbus, Ohio, where the Francisco."If 21, 1964 ;
South, says he thinks the 58-vote Ohio delegation is sched- he doesn't win on the first Hey, Mister Jordan. who Statutes say it carries a 20- and Robert G. Jackson BIRTHSMr. Lee Geiger, Newberry; HattieW.
ever are, you're 96 prison sentence and 1527 SE 12th Ave., at 4:17 p.m. Sams, Archer, Lula D. Simpson .
you $10,
years year
major swing to him by delegates uled to meet. ballot, it would be very difficultfor and Mrs. Lee Andrew
behind the times. 000 fine, just to challenge another Saturday, at N. Waldo Rd. and Trenton.
now favoring front-running SenJJohnson The delegation includes at him to win at all, Scranton Johnson Hawthorne, a boy.
8th Ave.
Before you challenge Joe man to a duel. Youdon't
told
before he
newsmen Sunday
ADMITTED June 17, 1964BIRTHS
Stokes to a shotgun shoot-out even have to fight him. William M. Bennett, Columbus -
returned to from
Harrisburg Lemuel Clofton William H.
again, like you did Saturday You also lose your voting Ohio, and Thelma B. Mc- ,
Washington.While
Inonu Eachin, Archer, at SW 13th St. LaGrave, Robert Colson, Ed-'
night at Northeast 15th Street rights for 20 years.
in the
capital he conferred and 39th Avenue, take a pause and 9th Rd. at 3:21: p.m. Sat- ward S. Iglehart, Burley Harold Mr. and Mrs. Haynes, 2119

with the nine-delegate and think it over. We agree with those police urday. Byrd, Annie R. Cleveland, SE 50th St., a girl; Mr. and

District of Columbia delegation.He Time was, men could set officers who got there Satur- George A. Martin, 4045 NW John Dixon Ford, Mary Louise Mrs. Robert Gould, 2322 NE

I Confer called it "a very successfulmeeting" tle their arguments face to day night before your hopedfor 39th Rd., and William P. HeneyJr. Barnes, Mary Louise Carter, Viola 10th Terr., a girl.
on Cyprus but declined to elab did and found .Jackson, Mary Louise Bryan
face with their weapons. But adversary ., 3009 Hawthorne Rd., in the -
June 18 1961BIRTHS
orate. the legislature passed a law you waiting with your shot 200 block of W. Univ. Ave. and Patricia Alma Howard, Eng- ,

WASHINGTON Vet The latest Associated Press for all of 96 600 E. Univ. Ave. at 8:15 a.m. lish Harrison, Annie Bell Stephens -
(AP) Greek-Turkish tension over Cy us years ago, saying -
of GOP convention dele-
survey gun.Why Evelyn Law Chestnut, all
eran Turkish Prime Minister Is- prus. gates gives Goldwater 694 first- we can't fight duels any not try to settle it Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rose-
of Gainesville Alton W. Jones
met Inonu arrives today for the The meetings between Johnson ballot votes-39 more than the more. peaceably? Randall K. Page, 1524 NW ; baum, 1028 SE 5th Ave., a
Canal Point Louis M. Miller,
first of two sets of conferencesthis and Inonu today and Tues- number needed for ncmination. 14th Ave., and a parked auto at ; boy; Mr.' and Mrs. Kamala
Melrose John William Canna-
week in which President day are to be followed by similar -Scranton is credited with 138 206 NE 5th Ave. at 3:40 a. m. dy, Hawthorne; ; Dessie Mae Krishnan 1022 NW 10th St., a

Johnson hopes to ease the conferences and Saturday. girl.
Wednesday votes.A Q& bttuarteg
Elmer
Robert Haines, 808 NE 23rd Johnson, Hawthorne;
Thursday between the Presidentand spot check of GOP dele- St. at NE 8th Ave. and WaldoRd. Lamar Jenkins, Trenton; PhillipE. June 19, 1961BIRThS

More About Greek Premier George Pap- gates from Missouri, Nevada, at 3:31: a.m. Saturday. Smith, Newberry; Mae Car- .f

andreou. No direct talks be- Utah, Kansas, Nebraska, Ten MRS. ANNIE BROWN butions be made to the St. Jessie Lovett, 4215 NW 6th ter Hendrix, Trenton; Bessie !

I tween the Greek and Turkish nessee and Georgia showed Final rites for Mrs. Annie Patrick's Catholic Church.' St., and Aron Wilson, Rt. 1, at I. Gainey, Cross City; Herbert Lee I Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carr, 1717 ,

Clash leaders are planned. Goldwater's strength remained Brown of 508 N.W. 1st Street, building fund in place of flow NW 6th St. and 7th Ave. at Fletcher, Micanopy. NE 15th St., a girl; Mr. and

Talks with Johnson a White what it was before he voted who died June 19, at her home ers.Burial 2:03 a.m. Saturday. DISMISSED Mrs. Robert Brooker, Waldo, a

House luncheon and against the civil rights bill. following a lingering illness, will will be in Newnansville William A. Johnson, 1012 NW Mary L. McKean, Ruth Can- boy.
a
receptionat
From Page 1 the Turkish Scranton's schedule this week be conducted Thursday June Cemetery at Alachua with Williams -40th Dr., Norman E. Robbins,
Embassy are enInonu's includes trios to New 25 3:00 P.M. from the Triumph
Jersey, at
: Thomas Funeral Home Rt. 4, and Clara H Duncan, 1130
window of State Sen. Verle schedule today. Delaware, West Virginia, Ohio the Church and King :in charge of arrangements.LT. SE 19th Ter., at SW 13th St.,

Pope, who served as spokesman Johnson invited Inonu and and Michigan, which together dom of God In Christ with the HARRY LAYFIELD and 18th Place at 6:24: p.m. Fri-

I for a group of businessmen in Papandreou in the wake of reports :-have 103 delegates' uncommitted Elder Heath officating. Inter Funeral services for Lt. Harry PHONE TODAY
i or behind favorite sons. ment will follow in the Pine Lee Layfield, chief criminal day.Bobby
an attempt to compromise with that Turkey planned to E. Shealy, 2010 NW
I Sen. Thruston B. Morton, R-Grove Cemetery. These serv- investigator for the Alachua 1k
the integrationists. put troops ashore on Cyprus. 31st Ave., and Mary F. Camp-
Previously, two restaurant3which The President then ordered Un- Ky., who will be permanent ices are under the direction of County Sheriff's Department, bell, 1220 NW 25th Ter., at NW FOR HOME DELIVERYOF

served Negroes were vic- dersecretary of State George W. chairman of the San Francisco the Hughes & Chestnut Funeral were to have been today at 4 13th St. and 23rd Blvd., at 6:08:
convention said Illinois Home.
today
tims of the same type of attack. Ball to Athens ar\d Ankara to p.m. p.m. Friday.

Pope said th<'re was no doubt express this government's con- might indicate whether Scran- SHERIL ANN MILLER Survivors include his mother, Alice 0. Blake, Rt. 3, at NW THEGAINESVILLE

that the windows: were smashedas cern over the situation. ton can take delegates away NEWBERRY Services for Mrs. Mary Philpott Layfield, of 23rd Blvd. and 16th Ter., at

a result of his role in the from Goldwater.The Sheril Ann Miller, infant daughter Gainesville; his wife, Mrs. Eliz- 6:08: p.m. Friday.

j businessmen.rroup.. However, the State Depart 58-delegate group, headedby of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ira abeth N. Layfield, Gainesville; William J. Johnson, Rt. 2,

"The damage could have ment has made clear the Unit. Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, Miller of rural Newberry, will and three brothers, Jack, of and Clara P. Hill, 113 NE 18th

come from either extreme," he ed States has no preference for meets next Tuesday to hear be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Hill- Ft. Worth, Tex., Earl, of Gainesville St., at E. Univ. Ave. and 7th SUN

said. any of the solutions proposed to Goldwater and Scranton state crest Memorial Park. and Gerald, of Philadel- St. at 4:22 p.m. Friday.

Some of the white marchers take the steam out of the Cyprus -their cases. At present, Goldwa The infant died Sunday. phia. Benjamin D. Tecler, 2032%
situation. The United Nations ter is credited with 37 Illinois and F. Wal-
$$1 waved Confederate flags and Rev. John Snider, pastor of NW 3rd Ave., Lucy
: others carried anti-civil rights is trying to mediate the votes, while 19 including Dirk- the First Church of the Naza- ker, 2703 W. Univ. Ave., at W.

signs. A few yelled taunts at crisis. I sen and GOP gubernatorial can- rene in High Springs, will offi- TodayIn Univ. Ave. and 19th St. at 1:45 ,
didate Charles H. Percy are I
the Negroes, some of whom ciate. p.m. Friday.
The United States has tried
stared ahead without visible uncommitted. Jones Johnson Funeral HistoryBy Marie J. Helfrich, Melrose,
to convince Greece and
emotion. Turkey, Home is in charge of arrange- and Robert W. Brown, 1314 NE

The two demonstrations woundin lantic both members of the North At- More About ments. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 12th Ter., at SW 2nd Ave. and

Treaty Organization, that is June 22 the 12th St. at 12:47 p.m. Friday.
and out of the center section ELIJA COKER Today Monday, _
I of town for about an hour, and only from the Communists can benefit Services for Elija Coker, 82, 174th day of 1964. There are 192 Eugene Hawkins, 25. Perry, I -J-------- "
the
1 only rarely were the two groups present situation.The City of 1307 E. University Ave., will days left in the year. run off road by unidentified iii

more than a couple of blocks hope in Washington is be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Hill- Today's highlight in history: driver, 4:40 p.m. Saturday at 1 I'd

; apart. | that improved relations between From 1 crest Memorial Park. Rev. R. On this date in 1807, the intersection of State Roads 237 F- M CANOPY, MciNTOSH I
Page SUN !
I Yet, so precise was the steerIng Greece and Turkey will bringan B. Keyes will officiate.The American frigate Chesapeake, and 25.Carl. Fritz Ashmore i

; by law enforcement officers improvement in relations be- nue and Boulevard 58, or 8.3 retired farmer, who was sent to sea without a single gun Edward Jackson, 25, I' I I Miconopy I'I InONSON. I .

that they never came within insult tween the majority Greeks and per cent of the 701 buildings, born in Taylor County in 1882, in condition to fire, was halted Sylvania, Ga., and Loyd Ricker, i CEDAR KEY. "IROSE KEYSTONE I'I'I '

range after the first pass the minority Turks on Cyprus,I were built before 1900. Most are died Friday. by the British frigate Leopard. Bristol, Tenn., 9:35: p.m. last I i OTTER CREEK HTS.
former British which' in the central business district. Survivors include two sisters, Capt. James Barron refused to night on State Road 200 one- Gaston Jr.

age.Gov.. Farris Bryant clapped a a became independent territory in 1960. Another 160 buildings, or 22.6 Mrs. Liza Carrol and Mrs. Lois have his ship searched for deserters -half mile south of Campville.Both till l, Lois Box; Smith 116. Otter Creek '. 372-8441 'II'I I III I

lid on night demonstrations Saturday per cent, were built between Munn and a niece, Rosa Lee and the Leopard openedfire. vehicles were trucks. 486.2245 Ii

after a tense Friday night On Cyprus, it was reportedthat 1900 and 1919 and 309 or 44.2 Summerford, all of Gainesville. Unable to defend his ship, Breaking and EnteringThe 'BERRY 1 1I I :
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situation in which a large groupof Gen. George Grivas, who per cent were constructed be- Barron was forced to surren-! following attempted or ) BROOKER. LA CROSSE :dys Show ,; j
Negro marchers passed with- led Greek Cypriot underground tween 1920 and 1939. JOHN B. BRAUN successful break-ins were reported 1 it I N.W. 8th P

in a few hundred feet of an even fighters during the fight to win In this same area 52 per cent Services for John Baptist der.On this date by authorities during the I If 485.4771 J. H. Sullivan 'nesvill I I iI"

1 larger band of whites. independence from Britain, had of the 701 buildings were rated Braun, 86, of 2511 NE 11th St., In 1773, Dominican friars en- weekend. lilT 2-9636 ;:

I Violence was averted then by returned to the island. This was by Hunnicutt and Associates, will be Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. tered the territory of what now Alachua Elementary School. lI WALDO. FAIRBANKS Ii''Iliii '

; fast working police, Sheriff's expected to harden the Greek I city tax consultants, as being Patrick's Catholic Church. A is California and established the Access gained through a window Gainesville Sun NDSOR. ORANGE PITS.1jI I,

deputies, state highway patrolmen Cypriot wing which demands union in "poor" condition and 26.2 Rosary service will be tonightat first settlement.In $26.53 reported missing.A Circ. 372-8441 MPVILLE. SANTA FE 1,1,!
and other state officers. with Greece.King per cent were "fair." Only 12 7:30 conducted by Father 1812, Napoleon ordered his warehouse owned by But- I ORES ii I

,I per cent were rated as beingin Thomas Gross. armies to attack Russia.In ler Bros. Builders in Westmor- fti ALACHUA ..rc. 372.8441 i!

"very good" condition. In The retired farmer died Sun- 1937, Joe Louis became land Estates. Access gained Myrno Funkhouser 1' I IH'I

Promises Court Tests the four blocks facing the courthouse day. He was born in Germanyin world heavyweight boxing through a door, nothing immediately Box 564. Alachua' ARCHER I'(! I Iti

there were no "very 1878. champion.In discovered missing. 462-1424 Mrs. Helen Brown :1 I
good" ratings. Survivors include his widow, 1940, the French German Kirby Smith School. Entry Archer

t Of New Civil Rights Bill The scoring system was Mrs. Theodora Abby Wright armistice was signed in the for- gained through a glass door, 1i WILLISTON 495-2244 I I

based on age, type of construction Braun; two daughters, Mrs. est of Compiegne.In nothing immediately reported Melba J. Moring CHIEFLAND I II':' I

CHICAGO (AP) Dr. Martin South than perhaps he had first and structural systems Barbara Leith and Mrs. Theodora 1941, Nazi forces invaded missing. iIJ 528-5443 ,I': I II
Cannon Service Station;
both of two ;
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I rather than strictly aesthetic Russia. Walter Lewis Bass, 17, Cois-
Luther King Jr., said Sunday! thought. sons, John Lake City, and Al- I lli Chief land I
leaders will file King later told a rally of on qualities, although aesthetic ._ on_,_____".__ __ L&L i- TRENTON. BELL .4OUI': ,.'n I
that integration lon, uainesviuc, ana a uruio- --HJ-" "
was considered. Harold' Slaughter
appearance
court tests of the Senate approved -estimated 70,000 persons in Soldier Lehman, in the downtown er, Frank, Germany.The III II Trenton

civil rights bill as soon Field that the civil rights study noted: I family asks that contri- II I HO 3-2557 LAKE BUTLER
bill "will lift millions of disinherited :
as it becomes law. "The twentieth century dictates MONEY ,
King said the Southern people from the fatigueof that the steady modernization -,' Gainesville Sun [ CROSS CITY. OLD TOWN Roberts Standard Station I I
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Christian Leadership Conference desperation to the buoyancyof of equipment and methods Published evenings except I I Inn Swafford Lake Butler i:
HY 6.3831
which he heads, will make court hope. is the least expensive and, Saturday end Sunday mornings I Ill Box 593. Cross City Ii,

tests of the public accommodations But, he warned that passage most productive way of opera by the Gainesville Publishing Just tell us how much j 498-3098 ,,1'1'
Casll lC CnII lC STARKE. LAWTEY '
section of the bill in Mont of the bill "does not mean we ting a business in the long run. Company at 101 SE I you need to pay old v.. U.IIUJr rOIl J Ma.81y : 1 ;
reached the promised land 2nd Place Gainesville. Florida, bills for home improvements Receive PayewetsReset.. etsI HAWTHORNE Plaza Motel
Birmingham, Gadsden, have This also applies to a city. and entered second class I '
gomery, as i ,
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mustcontinue to engage Gainesville. Florida.CIICULATION seasonal 1600 53700 31.00 I Ill
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h* does not agree make use 'i LPtWtS 3 Met. $S.IS I :
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tivil rights bill IsPn.t1tUt1onaLoMwater be paid in advance. H
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of the committee thatr English is the only required :LOth through the 12th gradesthose Russian are being held at the
in San Francisco next foreign language k Cuba's 1 who have demonstratedan Education Ministry's sprawling CONDITIONER
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NtlU Ul1rk iritUtl1 claim that they have not only been defeated but tricked not

By JAMES RESIGN only by the power of the press, but by the power of the
JOHN HARRISON, President end church.
PuMtthtr; PAT COWLES, Vice PrcsiMf !- WASHINGTON In all the waspish debate over civil rights
I. the Goldwater are in des.
Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON, 'Vk President and presidential politics, there is one enduring consolation: Similarly, opponents of Senator
: sad KxKiitiva Editor; W. 6. (OBI pair. They see the party that was born to oppose slavery
llniversttx: City i E0ERSOLE, Vie President aid Advertising Bp RALPH JfcGILL I This country is grappling with the fundamental, realities of turning 100 years later to a man whose personal intents may
vaguer PrU Winning Publisher human life.
r' Director TARTAGUONE Oi Ae Atlanta, (GJ C .:' Vie PrtsMtnt and CirciitotiM Mn g"'. It is not ends but It is not
dividing means. ar-
; over over equality. The liberals, therefore, are as unhappy as the
THE SUN'S POLICY guing about trivialities, but about how to order human:existence Southern and Northern conservatives.
ErrorsOf between the nation, between the several regions of
: 1. Report the MWS fully r and ImpirtUlV fa the news eolumnc. the Union, between the white man and the buck man, and AND YET ONE WONDERS if these melancholy prop

I'': .i 2. Express the opinions: of\the Sun in-but .ny in-.cdrteruls. between thepeople living on the lonely land and the people! are right There is a force working in this society which is
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\ 3. Publish all sides of fmoaI nt ecntrovenul issues. i in the muddled cities. in
t'' probably more powerful than all the central characters
.[1 z The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-844.1. -i < the play. The people as a whole are less extreme than

\ 'I" Want Ads 57.6-4672 tji t NO ,WONDER FEELINGS ran bigfi. This is not a petty their representatives. They know in their own lives that
discussion about the tariff or the gold or silver basis of cur- things never work out precisely as they wish or plan, and
j i .., Blocs rency. The issues raised here last week by Earl Warren, therefore that they must compromise, or life, even in the
'f' Richard Russell, Everett McKinley Dirksen, and Barry Gold family, will be intolerable.

I \ water, have divided men from Isaiah and Plato, Adam Smith Accordingly, there are doubts in all parts of the country
THe Teacher: A Cultural Symbol WASHINGTON Voting and Karl Marx, Emerson and Thoreau, to Billy Graham and that the passage of any bill or the election of any,one.man

\ & closure of ebil rights debate Lyndon Baines Johnson.All will really produce the ultimate disasters the politicians predict -
1 mien boards of education are man engage in manual 1a.bor-who was this was made perfectly clear in the last hours of The North as well as the South may have their preju-

economic squeeze because of increasing lame :rtoo fat too lazy to work, too after more than,three months lie eivI rights debate in the Senate. Senator Russell of dices, but they also have a conscience, and this is a pro
1 of it, by the U.: S. Senate still Georgia saw the passage of this bill as an affront to the tection.It .
I enrollments and inadequate feeble, or had fits-weD, they usual- is a major subject e I_conversation Founding Fathers and the destruction of federalism and in- is probably*unfortunate that the presidential campaignseems
school revenue, one may expect the ly made a schoolmaster out of him. dividual liberty. climax on
\1' and analysis in the Fed- to be drifting toward a dramatic political
1! headline 'Teachers' Salaries to Be This Quotation is from Richard Hof- eral City. Basic to under- Senator Dirksen saw it not In political but in philosophic the civil rights issue just at the moment when both housesof

t.i Cut." This suggested "solution" to stadei B new'book "AntiIntellectualism of the terms. He quoted Johne Donne: "Any man's death diminishesme Congress have passed the civil rights bill.

( the school budget problem is almost ia American Life. Continuing, standing Senate decision because I am involved in mankind." Accordingly he

f reflex action. It indicates mi coli.i Mr. is that, from last October added: "Every denial of freedom, every denial of equal opportunity IF THE BILL had been passed, in a year when we were
: a ,.Hofstader remarks blandly,
until the date of closure, for a livelihood for an education, for the rightto not having a presidential election, or even in a presidentialyear
\\.i.i ception of the teacher's role and a educational: enthusiasm of ,the support of the Ml wabpar-: participate in representative government diminishes me. when the two candidates agreed on how to secure the

I 1 lack of insight into basic educational American people was never Keen tisan. Efforts, were made by There." he concluded, "is the moral basis for our cause." equal rights of the Negro, the atmosphere no doubt would

\ values.If enDuS5i, to dispose' them to support individuals and organizationsto have been more calm.

\ their.:: 'teachers: very wen." make it partisan.herewere \ Senator Goldwater, however, has now taken the positionthat
the wants better schools times when they eame WHEN> ISSUES of this magnitude are at stake, the leasteverybody the civil rights bill as passed by the Senate and approved -
I public near succeeding. But the can do is to leave some room for doubt and gen- by the congressional leaders and majority of his own
it must pay for them-not only with"money TSc same writer goes on to say, agreement held. erosity. If all the great phflospners of the civilized era party, is not only unconstitutional but likely to create a

but with moral support and 'The ,figure of the school teacher Southern bloc could not agree about these mysterious questions of the past police state that will destroy the liberties of the people. Anden
leadership and present, all we have in common is the future. will be difficult for a
k encouragement. It must underwrite may well be taken as a cultural sym- now is under microscopic ex- this basis, if he is nominated It
its belief in education with realistic bol in'''any modem society From amination. Consensus is thatit On what lies ahead, the predictions both sides here are while to give the new legislation a chance.
I extremely bleak and evA ominosi. &sakr Russell and his Nevertheless, the common sense and the institutions of the
\ budgets-budgets that will not require observing how their teachers made unnecessary errors.
are : Southern colleagues in &* SenaU 4a bd' 9lable. They pro- country are undoubtedly strong enough to deal with even
|t' the teacher to "pick up the esteemed and rewarded they (the First there was refusal racial to admit so dramatic a conflict under even such emotional circum

tab" for the deficit. children)) quickly sense how society \nation was in the any Southern,disenimi states.- BELOW OLYMPUS B, lnthlondlt stances.

looks mpcm. the teacher's role In The fact that there were dally .,. ...._
In general we American people do far evidences THE POLITICIANS in all sections of the nation may dwellon
so as the teacher stands before of it and that in
;
t, .. I the past, but the people everywhere must live in the
Believe in education, but (for the His some states violence was in-
pupils as a surrogate of the intellectual -
flicted present and the future, and it may very well be that mod-
\ most part) wt believe in ft as the life and its rewards, he fundamental on persons right seekingthe to ern technology and education will prove to be more powerfulthen

I doorway to better jobs, higher pay, utwittinglY.makes: ; this life appear ister to vote made no dentin reg- sentiment and histor .'

and more social prestige. Our faith altogether Bnattraetive." this facade of opposition. As that great Southerner, Walter Prescott Webb, has pointed -
,in it as a responsible profession t out so clearly, the South is being transformed. It was
'afraid once that it could not industrialize, and then it dis-
staffed with professionally THAT THERE was and
expert Comparisons are constantly made Is math covered that it had about half of the nation's oil. It was handicapped -

personnel is yet to be 'won. between a teacher's salary and a ea the pages discrimination of newspapers was \ a generation ago by its hot and humid climate,

teamster Jijjges, or a professor'spay and the screens of television and then came airconditioning.The .
The top problem in education to- ,, an'dClumber's earnings. sets. Hoodlum mobs in bulldozers and the insecticides cleared the Southern

day is tHe full-scale professionaliza- ThougV"iucK- coons 'do various towns were attacking fend and destroyed the ticks. Chemieal fertilizer nourished
serve the South's depleted land and the pzodueiionr of mflo maise
tion of teaching, acHievement of to 'dramatize the plighv Hof the ,teaeHctTfjad news and camera men because w i J fed its cattle. j..*
the
standards.comparable to those, :which the inequities oUr distorted and slaty of violence tr1 'tt

apply in any other profession where** economic" pattern, it islmore to the told.discrimination Some Southern was Sen-Being THE REASON I want tilt Southerner- set afl thfe," Walter -

the need for expertness and u- poin to measure our off' -situation ators would leave their offi- w Prescott Webb said, "is that I want him to become agambler.
; I want him to risk his money on the future rod Mown
dateness is recognized. The page against the progress tha as been ces where they had been
land: I want him k o spend his capital with the eon. /
,
of the American Jtfust be attained in watching TV news
teacher other localities programs '
'1t where t fidence of the speculator who feels sure ef his return want ;'
revealing: protests and discrittuninatioB
1 redrawn. t enlightened communities :h'a e re- and him to act -as the good poke player acts when *
on the H
'.. i I, sponded generously to educational floor to deny or refuse go to ad- .1 are falling right and bets getting}his rus1'es. hZ.

Progress has bee? made (a great needs and school salaries Have 'been mit what their, eyes had just "Twant the son of a bitch to get rick jut few .
.. .f It and then .I want Ma U busy 3< g these
get so
deal of progr 'iii fact)] but thereis advanced to seen. The really very bad -- )
more respectable levels.
I
and
show things that he will forget fee past with aH ito/ gedy,
still by KKK toughs in St.
a.svmg reactionary: feeling \ turn his eyes to the future, which is all he harJteft."
I against tne'idea that teachers needto One "Augustine was, fox examo-] ... had the J hated
comparison that is seldom* __--=r'vs and on the'se- After, the Emancipation Proclamation, war
4Jbeweducated specifically: to be made, because it deals v wppp. oie time of the final vote. ****% i.'r.jpfc nJT0WJyJ>*W Tart. r- .% Era of Reconstruction. Now what we need'ls aw Era of Reconciliation

teachers, and should be paid! accordingljrrThls ___ nt ti e,-is'the cornpanb1t "I suppose it's corny, but watching the two fatties and if the South looks aJMhe big questions and
.. maybe Iue largely to the Had the Dixie e leaders ad together to pass the civil rights bill ,fnofc me listens to men' like Walter Prespd ft Webb, we may just =
i *
i ies I in the .mitted '"*
the long-visible fact ofinjustice proud! have it. V .gf
fact that the average layman looks it d'S 1* .
and
r sj'f pledged them-
?
..
.
;' -
t upon the teacher's job as one of Hump ii-. tojleading their consti- WHO'S :SELLING OUT' NHX'I'y-

child-sitting with some story-telling capita ,income:'I'-.r.' ',, .: .toward reform, they

and picture-coloring thrown in for .,have-: recently .e(,I ( jy"-Win.would have been
amendments
andjtjttJQsure.
.diversion. Or it may spring from the *' ;*tne' American n teacher's 'pay'' tocapita jrv* ( They decided,

.., unpleasant realization that better income is 1.9. In England''Ithe r' C.1nsteadA tarefuse.: to admit the Curious Politi cal Chemistry

teachers mean better salaries and comparable figure is 2.5, in Italy 34,* 'existence::of any injustices ordiscrimination.

better salaries mean more taxes. in Denmark 3.2, in Sweden..3.6, in, their Achilles This was

West Germany 4.7, and in France heel. Sfrui ftark imtlt best of men," would have urg of the Eisenhower group.At a sell-out by a party and a

From the beginning the American ;': ed on anyone a venal retreat that point Senator Taft sell-out by a party leader.In .
51.
.y., -. -'* A SECOND FLAW in the By ARTHUR KROCK
from firm commitment on proposed an equal division of at
J a reading his telegram
peoplejShave? downgraded the : r'. Southern WASHINGTON The
_. leadership strategywas the ground of principle, be- the Texas delegation between a news conference and lateron
public school, teacher. Even at .This is to attack the clergymenand sting of the presidential bee
a an eloquent
''- commentary. fore he became an active pres- himself and General Eisenhower a television program,
': when : the church leaders effects kind of chemical
time the local minister was: on the status of the American'h-. who a idential candidate. The Gov- thereby exposing him- Scranton assumed full respon-

supposed to be a theological graduate er1 and, by inference, on the 'state urged bill as passage being hypocritical of the rights and best change of men which to make impels hasty the ernor's entire career in pub- self to the accusation which sibility for its contents. But
proficient in Greek, the choice for of the national : lic and private life suggeststhat proved fatal to his nomina- the demand on Goldwater is
culture.
Perhaps: it as mixing in politics. It so decisions that are wholly out
the village the answer is negative.The tion prospect-that he was proposing so untypical as to suggest
schoolmaster was likelyto also explain/why we can readhead- happened that the religious of character.The .
incident recalls a sim- to compromise a mor- that it was the contribution of
be the town loafer. '.T lines about teachers' salary cuts and pressure also was bipartisan. most recent illustra- ilar aberration by the late al issue.It one of the members of his en-

bankrupt school budgets without a Roman Jewish Catholic, Protestantand tion was the telegram Gov. Sen. Robert A. Taft, also a was a perfectly legiti- tourage, whose loyal admiration -

"The man who was disabIid to shock of alarm or aji indignant.word church and clergymen and William W. Scranton sent to man of the highest personaland mate maneuver for Scrantonto of the Governor is perhaps
such an extent that he could not temple organizations Senator Goldwater after the political integrity, main- try to turn to his own ad- exceeded only by their
public joined in
'\ protest. an appeal to latter informed the Senate situations Goldwater's formal
OJ tained in many vantage loyal devotion to the objectiveof
dignify human and moral that two sections of the equal where this as well as his cour- notice to the Senate that he getting him the Republican

rights with the necessary legal rights bill made it impos- age were harshly tested. Like could not in conscience vote nomination. If so, it

!4 status. sible for him, "in good con- Scranton, he seemed unawareof for the equal rights bill be- would be interesting to know

The third error ia:>feleated science .to Jbe oath I took the adverse moral implica- cause he considered two sec- whether Pennsylvania's At-
v{)ice of the to the second. It lay'!ay the when assuming office," to tions of an act that was whol- tions "unconstitutional" re- torney General, Walter Ales-

People Republican and Democratic vote for passage of the mea- ly out of character, though quiring "for their effective execution sandroni, his principal politi-

.\ I I bipartisan leaders, in the sure. unlike Scranton he was in the creation of a police cal adviser and a professional

I Ioi.ieM astonishing decision by the "I urge you," telegraphed sight of the presidential nom- state." These are the pub- trained in the art, was previously -
On The Sun's Opinion Page-___ filibuster leaders angrily to Scranton, "to repudiate your ination at the time. lic accommodations and equal consulted.
insist the civil rights bill was opposition by voting yes. Your employment sections.IF .

end comments of Sun readers an welcome in the Vrie of the People column Letters merely politics and was in views on the subject to date THE REPUBLICAN national THE EXCHANGE between
ant be *'9" and bear the write* address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should no sense associated with a are opposed to the traditional convention of 1952 was in SCRANTON had urged Scranton and Goldwater also
Ie.tese".* iceed"500 the words 1Iat.le.flject and Must t>. written .? Only one side of the poper. Poetry cannot be use4f. The moral issue of human beings Republican philosophy.And session; Texas Republicanshad Goldwater to withdraw his produced an issue over the relation if
7,4 da ,,t. cur letter or to shorten .it.., without changing .the writer's meaning or 7-also American citizens-sub- it is of great importanceto chosen two sets of dele- candidacy in the circum- of the current equal 11|,
OJ' :1 jected to discrimination which the party that you now gates, one committed to stances, this would have been rights legislation to the "tra- ,
Downfall By'DoGobders tation before-"> ll M ion be- rent w &t say nothing of an was, and is, all too often change your view." Taft the other to General Ei- conventional as well as legitimate ditional philosophy of the Re- '"

I ; ; ,"comes. t fact. TUT could be increase that exceeds by far grossly ugly and violent. senhower, and the issue was politics. And he would publican Party." Does it, as
.? 'one of the retssos for the the average yearly tak THIS INEVITABLY exposed one of legitimacy., The Ei- not have exposed himself to the Governor wired the SeDI I
t" Lass of neriaad; contradictory home pay of the average man.eThere also is the feeling the Governor to Goldwa- senhower forces contestedthe the charge he invited of urg- ator, maintain a party philo- '

EDITOR. Sun: It would IrgiiWn. sow in effect. Until find here, in unofficial and official ter's reply: "Aren't you ask seating of the regular ing Goldwater to "sell out his sophy with the continuity that] ,
I seem to me thatJ1e "World's What iln tW to need is not we instead a way of to electstatesmen Washington, that the filibuster ing me to sell out my prin- Taft delegation on the principles." builds a tradition? Or does :

Foremost Newrtfaialyst" and mortt voters gained by a lowering ans, columnists will politicians leadership underestimated ciples, and aren't you sayingin ground that its credentials Only a few days before the legislation, as Goldwater i
the "DeandfjphterpretativeNew continue the national commitment unless I do I were "stolen." Scranton, in announcing his
that
I standards but better to choose sides and start to effect argued in reply, run "con|?:
J( Columnists" might better voterr gained by a raising of "shoo tin." And the alike in treating all citizens will be punished by not receiving The charge was shrewdly active candidacy, had invok trary to Republican regard"
hold their plaudits country education, opportunity exploited with the result that ed Lincoln against the for
i over standards. This again is some- will be brought down to its the nomination nomination the Constitution and coo-
the passage of the civil rights thing our current crop of politicians final decline and fall by noble] the ballot, public box.services and at The retort hit home be- many delegates from other of Goldwater, saying cern over federal intrusion
I. bill until it has had an opportunity is not in agreementwith. experiments engineered cause it accurately stated states supported the demandof this would be a "sell-out" of into affairs specifically reserved :

I to show how really by do-gooders, opportunistsand THE COUNTRY what Scranton in substancewas the Eisenhower managersthat its traditional tenets by the to the states and to
good or how really bad it is. is prosperous. asking Goldwater to do. Taft's contested Texas party that would make "Lin- the people?"
In industry there is seldoma It is easier to buy, coerce pressure groups. Times are "g 0 0 d." And the exchange raises the delegation be barred from coln cry out in pain." But the A large
and con the unenlightenedthan JOHN W. HASTINGS The filibuster bloc, after three majority of the Re.
new product or a new meth- question whether the Gover- voting on its own right to be Governor strangely did not publicans in
the conscientious voter months of so-called debate Congress in 1964
od of merit put out on the and there ; found itself nor, who has established him- seated which foreshadowed a seem to realize that there is has reversed the legislative
unfortunately
market without considera b 1 e are S bol of becoming a sym- self in the category of "the sure majority for the seating no moral difference between attitude of the party in
many of our ,elections that obstructing the nation's i960.'
research. Men of outstanding .And mnd..... nt +K.... .T>.._.L"
have been this economic -- yo. o.
ability are to work over won way. After using a new bourbon progress. Perhaps .I\C'puOUean 1 I
put Another need might be easier flavored toothpaste for six not all of those who wished leaders outside Congress appear -
the conference table and in FEVERBy
laboratories and come by, that of better representation months, a test group reportedthat to get on with things were POTOMAC to agree with a shift
many are voted better thinking in which reverts to the
by pocketbook terms. Reconstruction
the and dismal they had 40 per cent more -
near
failures successes before the decisionis voters. This need is great. cavities and couldn't care less. But they were weary of the Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau Acts that were Re.
(Philnews). old, old tactics publican in origin. The Demo.
made to give the project a The current crop is pooras Governor Scranton is mad because Sen. Goldwater won't debate with him. Heclaims cratic majority counter-shift

green light.In evidenced by their recent There now is opportunityfor Goldwater's aides keep him wrapped in cotton-anything to win the from the philosophy GoldwaI
government we have a "give-a-way" to themselvesof S those who fought the fight Dixie vote. ter now expounds is also I

different procedure. An idea $7,500 a year in extra loot. they believed they had to -- recent date. So a better case of
first of all needs little or no I doubt if you could ques- All men were created equal make to lead in acceptanceof The army test rifle cartridges with, two bullets in them, making it possiblefor can be made that the Democrats
merit. There are few men of tion a man on the street and and endowed by their crew of the new bws. Failure can the rawest recruit to miss two targets at once. have now departed from

outstanding ability to seek out find any (not a relative) who with an insatiable urge to become only continue, for a while, -- their "tradition" than

; the possible future impact and would agree that our average otherwise. (Belmond In the conditions that producedthe President Johnson says "as we go down the long winding uphill trail of a the Republicans have aeUtel'tai

.; no laboratory for experimen- Congressman Is worth his cur dependent) vote for closure. greater society" the main thing to remember is whether we're coming or going. ed to theirs.

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4 Gainesville Sun Monday, June 22, 1964


CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandl"-.-:


; Oiamtsuille: StItt B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor '"" = .



kT4J 0 a
\ THE BURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS patient in the Veterans Hospital 0I

at Lake City, 'was reported
Methodist
Mt Pleasant -
as doing nicely at his home
JOHN R. HARRISON, President end SOUTHBy Church::: School, 9:30: a.m.; morning -
PuMishtn PAT COWLES, Via President worship, 11 a.m.; and evening here.
{
; Ed JOHNSON Vice President 7 Rev. W.
Florida's Beautiful i worship, p.m.
Editor W. G. (sill
Executive
and
RALPH McGILL 1 VI. Ferguson, pastor.
EBERSOLE, Vice President and Advertising I
'University City Director BOB TARTAGLIONE, Polltier PrU Winning rmbliiherOf DISTRICT CONVENTION
the AtUnU (Ga.) Couuq&joe Mt. Carmel Baptist There I I !
j Vice President and Circulation Manager PLANNED
will; be mid-week Meditat ion

f' THE SUN'S POLICY Services tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; The Juvenile District Conven-

ErrorsOf and Youth Forum Wednesday, I tion will be held at the Friend-
i- 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. 7:30 p.m., and also both Choirs I
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in- ditorials.t ship Baptist Church with Rev.
Nos. 1 and 2 will have their
,* 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. D. E. White, pastor, on June 29
t b: joint rehearsal, 8 p.m. Rev. T. 8
The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Es- at p.m.

\t Want Ads-376-4672 ther W. Hamm, reporter.

--- Blocs East Side Church of God in ST. PETERSBURG NEWSA : ::=;1t

Chirst Church School, 10
: ,a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 total of $47,200, the largest
Il The Teacher A Cultural and 7 financial aid program providedin
: SymbolWhen WASHINGTON Voting :a.m.; evening worship, the institution's history, has
p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pas-
t closure of civil rights debate, : been budgeted by Gibbs Jun-
boards of education in in manual labor-who I tor.
are engage was after more than three monthsof ior College to assist students '
an economic squeeze because of increasing lame, too fat, too lazy to work, too it, by the U. S. Senate still who enroll for the 1964-65 term. 1 yms 1ea .
the two
I enrollments and inadequate feeble had fits-well, they usual- "I suppose it's corny, but watching parties
or
is a major subject of conver- CONVALESCINGMrs. Dr. John W. Rembert, pres. together to pass the civil rights bill makes me
school revenue, one may expect the ly made a schoolmaster out of him." sation and analysis in the Fed- ident, said that he was advisedby proud!"

headline 'Teachers' Salaries to Be This quotation is from Richard Hof- eral City. Basic to understanding Estella Knowles, who is the United States Office of
ill at her home, was reportedas
( Cut." This suggested "solution" to tader's new book "AntiIntellectualism of the Senate deci- somewhat improved.Mr. Education that $33,210 has been tional loan fund to a total of :be the principal speaker at the
the school budget problem is almost in American Life." Continuing, approved for Gibbs Junior College : Grove Primitive Baptist
I sion is that, from last Octo- Times, who is a patientat $38,000. Shady

i reflex action. It indicates a miscon- :Mr. Hofstader remarks blandly, ber until the date of closure, the Veterans' Hospital at the as student the federal loan contributionto program.He The state of Florida has allocated Church on June 26 at 8

\' ception of the teacher's role and alack "The educational enthusiasm of the support of the bill was bipar Lake City, is much improvedand stated that loan funds now $6,700 in financial aid p.m.

: of insight into basic educational American people was never keen tisan. Efforts were made by visiting at his home hereon on hand plus the contributionto and Pinellas County has supplemented -
N.W. 10th Street.
j values. enough to dispose them to support individuals and organizationsto be made by Gibbs Junior the amount by an TO APPEAR IN PROGRAMMrs.
their teachers very well." make it partisan. There Mr. Freeman, who was a College would raise the na- additional $2,500 to boost the
were times when they came Rosie Miller and her
total to record breaking $47,200.
If the public wants better schoolsit
But the
near succeeding.
In
i I I Gospel Singers will appear
must pay for them-not only with The same writer goes on to say, agreement held. I a musical program at the First

: money but with moral support and 'The figure of the school teacher Southern bloc leadershipnow i GIBBS JC RECORD LOAN Baptist Church Tuesday at 7:30

\ encouragement. It must underwriteits may well be taken as a cultural sym- is under microscopic ex When questioned regardingthe p.m. On behalf of the church.

belief in education with realistic bol in any modern society From amination. Consensus is thatit criteria for offering loans to For an evening of fine enter

: budgets-budgets that will not re- observing how their teachers are made unnecessary errors. prospective Gibbs Junior College -tainment, plan now to be pres

\ quire the teacher to "pick up the esteemed and rewarded they (the First was refusal to admit students, President Rem- ent.
there was any racial discrimination loans for
.. bert said "we approve
tab" for the deficit. children) quickly sense how society in the Southern states. applicants on the basis of need

j looks upon the teacher's role In The fact that there were daily and on the basis of the abilityto PLANS PROGRAMThe

In general we American people do so far as the teacher stands before evidences of it and that in : do college work. A student City-wide Gospel Singers -

in education but for the his of the in- some states violence was inflicted negotiate a loan
believe ( pupils as a surrogate may actually will appear in a musical
t most part) we believe in it as the tellectual life and its rewards, he on persons seekingthe i. entirely on his own without cosigners program at the Galilee Baptist -

: doorway to better jobs, higher pay, unwittingly makes this life appear ister fundamental to vote made right no to dent reg- ;demonstrate, provided to us that that he he needs can Church today at 8 p.m.

: and more social prestige. Our faith altogether unattractive." in this facade of opposition. s the money to attend Gibbs Jun-

: in it as a responsible profession ior College and that he is capable SLATES MEETINGThe
made THAT THERE was and of maintaining our aca-
staffed with professionally expert Comparisons are constantly
is much discrimination was Club" of
demic standards. "We Our Part
: is to be between teacher's and
personnel yet won. a salary ateamster's
on the pages of newspapersand Gibbs Junior College has the Shady Grove Primitive Bap-
wages, or a professor'spay the screens of television provided loans and scholarshipsfor tist Church will hold its meet.
The top problem in education today and a plumber's earnings. sets. Hoodlum mobs in w > the past five years through ing at the Mt. Olive Primitive

le is the full-scale professionalization Though such comparisons do serve various towns were attackingnews federal and local contributionsthat Baptist Church today at 8 p.m.
_
of teaching, the achievement of to dramatize the plight of the teacher and camera men be- have been budgeted for

standards comparable to those which and the inequities of our distorted cause discrimination the story of violenceand being student assistance," said Rich-
was ard Smith Director of Servo
C. SET
f NAACP MEETING
apply in any other profession where economic pattern, it is more to the told. Some Southern Sen- ices. The new allocation will The National Association for

the need for expertness and up-to- point to measure our own situation ators would leave their offi- bring the total amount already the Advancement of Colored

dateness is recognized. The imageof against the progress that has been ces where they had been fm m* mm *m granted or available to studentsto .People will hold its meeting

the American teacher must be attained in other localities where watching TV news programs Gets G'fiIWpost $125,897, according to Smith. on the ground floor at the Mt.
revealing protests and discri-
redrawn. enlightened communities have responded minination, and go on the Carmel Baptist Church todayat
Miss Margaret McGowen, daughter of Mr. and 8 p.m.
generously to educational floor to deny or refuse to admit
Mrs. Silas McGowen of Fitzgerald, Ga., will begin HAWTHORNE NEWS
Progress has been made (a great needs and school salaries have been what their eyes had just
the of the 5TH ANNIVERSARYThe
her duties as an auditor in Department
deal of progress in fact) but thereis advanced to more respectable levels. seen.show by The KKK really toughs very in bad St. Navy at Gainesville, Fla., following graduation from Male Chorus of Hawthorne PERSONALSMiss

still a strong reactionary feeling Augustine was, for example, Florida A&M August 7. Miss McGowen is shown will observe its 5th anniversary Annie Mae Fergusonand

against the idea that teachers needto One comparison that is seldom in the news and on the screensat here with the Rev. C. C. Cunningham, director of at the Galilee Baptist Miss Carrie Smith, both of
the FAMU Placement Bureau, shortly before she Church today at 8 p.m. Tampa, were guests of Miss
be educated specifically to be made, because it deals a heavy the time of the final vote.
boarded a bus recently for an orientation visit to the This promises to be a very Ferguson's relatives here yes-
teachers and should be paid accord blow to American pride, is the
com-
Had the Dixie leaders and
ad- Gainesville Naval installation. A major in account- oustanding entertainment terday.
ingly. This may be due largely to the parison of teaching salaries in the mitted the long-visible fact of ing at Florida A&M she attained a cumulative average the public is invited to attend. Mrs. Helen Andrews returnedto

fact that the average layman looks United States and teaching salariesin injustice and pledged them- of 3.0. Her position, which was processed II Gainesville yesterday from

upon the teacher's job as one of Europe-based on relation to per selves to leading their constituents through the Florida A&M University Placement GRIFFIN TO SPEAK Atlanta, Ga., where she was

i child-sitting with some story-telling capita income. Unless the figures toward reform, they Bureau, pays a salary of $5.790. Moderator T. R. Griffin willii:7 I visiting with her sister, Mrs.
certainly would have been Carrie Gilbert and other relatives
and picture-coloring thrown in for have recently shifted, the ratio of able to win amendments and for the past, two weeks.

diversion. Or it may spring from the the American teacher's pay to per avoid closure. They decided, Mrs. Mamie Fields left yes.

unpleasant realization that better capita income is 1.9. In England the instead, to refuse to admit the : ,." terday for Nashville, Tenn., be-

teachers mean better salaries and comparable figure is 2.5, in Italy 3.1, existence of any injustices or cause of business. She will be

better salaries mean more taxes. in Denmark 3.2, in Sweden 3.6, in discrimination. This was F away for several days.
their Achilles heel.A e Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ed-
West Germany 4.7, and in France
wards and daughter, Sallie Mae,
From the beginning the American 5.1. SECOND FLAW in the all of New York City, arrived
people have downgraded the Southern leadership strategywas :::: here yesterday as guests of

public school teacher. Even at a This is an eloquent commentaryon to attack the clergymenand V'Advisory v: friends for two weeks.

time when the local minister was the status of the American teacher urged the church of leaders the who S Mrs. Mamie Carter, of Tampa .
passage rights
passed through
supposed to be a theological graduate and, by inference, on the state bill as being hypocritical and Gainesville
yesterday en route to visit at
proficient in Greek, the choice for of the national culture. Perhaps it as mixing in politics. It so Edward Waters College at Jack

the village schoolmaster was likelyto also explains why we can read head- happened that the religious sonville.

be the town loafer. lines about teachers' salary cuts and pressure also was bipartisan. Mrs. Areana Holmes and oth-
Roman Catholic, Protestantand
bankrupt school budgets without a Jewish clergymen and F 1I ers whose names were not

'The man who was disabled to shock of alarm or an indignant wordof church and temple organizations !!: s available were called to P o m-
\
\I i pano, because of the the death
such an extent that he could not public protest. dignify joined human in and an appeal moral to ; : l of Mrs. Holme brother who

was accidentally drowned.ri1':4 .
rights with the necessary legal -
status. nrAYv 14 r
l
r, _'___'m ___"_

of theOpinions The the third second.error It lay is,releatedto say the : r
People
I I Republican and Democratic
bipartisan leaders, in the

astonishing decision by the Board MembersThe

An The Sun's Opinion a eVoice == filibuster leaders angrily to
insist the civil rights bill was Advisory Board Members of Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg, review -

and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters merely politics and was in with President John W. Pembere the half a million dollar budget that '
must ba signed and bear the writer'* address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should no sense associated with amoral was approved for the college for the 19 6 .65 school term. Board members are:
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The issue of human beings Seated, Mrs. F. A. Ponder, chairman ; Standing, The Rev. L. S. McCree, Dr. ::
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or -also American citizens-sub-
B. F. Jones. Mrs. Mary McRae and Rev. C. V. Ford.

Intent.Downfall .. .. jected to discrimination which
By'DoGooders' tation before legislation becomes rent wage, say nothing of an was, and is, all too often
a fact. This could be increase that exceeds by far grossly ugly and violent. 4.
? one of the reasons for the the average yearly take- POTOMAC FEVER

mass of poor and contradic- home pay of the average man. There also is the feeling '.***** .
here in unofficial and rv
official
EDITOR, Sun: It would tory legislation now in effect. By' Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau
Until we find a way to elect Washington, that the fili-
seem to me that the "World'sForemost What we seem to need is not statesmen instead of politicians buster leadership underesti- Governor Scranton is mad because Sen. Goldwater won't debate with him. He

News Analyst" and more voters gained by a low- the columnists will continue mated the national commit- claims Goldwater's aides keep him wrapped in cotton-anything to win the
the "D e a n of InterpretativeNew ering of standards, but better to choose sides and start ment to treating all citizens Dixie vote.

Columnists" might bet- voters gained by a raising of "shootin." And the countrywill alike in education, opportu --

ter hold their plaudits over standards. This again is some be brought down to its nity, public services and at The army test rifle cartridges with t wo bullets in them, making it possiblefor NEW TEACHERMiss

i the passage of the civil rights thing our current crop of politicians final decline and fall by noble the ballot box. the rawest recruit to miss two targets at once. Juanita A. Robinson
bill until it has had.an opportunity is not in agreement experiments engineeredby
-- (above) daughter of Mrs.
to show how really with.It do-gooders, opportunistsand THE COUNTRY is prosper President Johnson says "as we go down the long winding uphill trail of a Robinson of Amy
bad it is. Williston
how really has
,
good or com-
is easier to buy, coerce pressure groups. ous. Times are "good. greater society" the main thing to remember is whether we're coming or going. pleted four
In industry there is seldoma years of study at
and con the unenlightenedthan JOHN W. HASTINGS The filibuster bloc, after three --
; new product or a new meth- the conscientious voter; months of so-called debate, To bad Pierre Salinger and George Murphy can't both be senators. The joint Bethune-Cookman College at
od of merit put out on the Daytona Beach with a major
and unfortunately there found itself becoming a symbol like that and seng-and-dance man.
market without considera b 1 e are of obstructing the nation's could use a team a piano player a in Elementary Education.
many of our elections that .
research. Men of outstanding have been won this way. After using a new bourbon economic progress. Perhapsnot -- While at Bethune Cookman

ability are put table to work and over in Another need might be easier flavored toothpaste for six an of those who wishedto Republicans are pretty mad at being shut out of the poverty program. Who College, she was a member of
the conference
laboratories and are come by, that of better rep- months, a test group reportedthat get on with things were do these Democrats think invented poverty the Student Education Association .:
many resentation 'voted by better they had 40( per cent more thinking in pocketbook terms. -- Women's Senate, Baptist
the failures near successes before the and decisionIs dismal voters. This need is great cavities and couldn't care less. But they were weary of the The Labor Department wants to help unskilled, uneducated youths find Student Union, Young Women's

made to give the project a The current crop is pooras (Phflnews). old. old tactics work. It's considering a plan to finance the down payment on a guitar and Christian Association and also

green lightIn evidenced by their recent There now is opportunityfor lend each applicant a recording of th e Blue Tailed Fly. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.Miss .

government we have a "give-a-way" to themselvesof those who fought the fight t -- Robinson worked as a
different procedure. An idea $7,500 a year: in extra loot. they believed they bad to California rules that all new cars must have four separate anti-smog gadg dormitory counselor and graduated .
first of all needs little or no I doubt if you could ques- All men were created equal- make to lead in acceptanceof ets. If there is any room left over the river can sit in it. with honors.

merit There are few men of tion a man on the street and and endowed by their creator the new bws. Failure can -- ;
outstanding ability to seek out find any (not a relative) who with an insatiable urge'to be- only continue, for a while, Scranton interrupts his campaign to attend official business at Harris- She will assume her teaching! ,
the possible future impact and would agree that our average come otherwise. (Btlmond In- the conditions that producedthe burg. Goldwater has the edge on him there: Who can tell whether a senatoris post in Osceola County AuguM :

... no laboratory for experimen- Congressman is worth his cur dependent). vote for closure. working 19. f

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raise income taxes-rather than (AP-The teacher's our teaching of a language thatis Experimentation Is being car-
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, always The answer from the 15 stu- All Cuban students must be- may do so in special language
progressive
taxes" rather than dents came back in unison, in ,gin studying English in the schools where many other languages
t regressive taxes, said Rep. English equally clear and crisp: 'seventh grade and continue also are taught
t, Melvin R. Laird, R-Wis., chair "It is ours." I through: the ninth. From the The experimental classes in a
man of the committee. that English is the only required '10th through the 12th grades Russian are' being held at the
meets in San Francisco next foreign language in Cuba's I those who have demonstratedan Education Ministry's sprawling
month. school system. adequate knowledge of English -I complex of headquarters and CONDITIONERGiant
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proposed to pay for their your language," the teacher -
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:\\110.,01 10 f m .i m f H miL Y I I Women Wed i CrosbyBeckVows Exchdnged Miss CoulterMiss




Ruth Weimer Women's Editor i < 1 1l Marilyn Coulter, bride-

I __ ._ .__ elect of Jack Smith, was honored
I To Power \ at a miscellaneous shower

t given recently by Miss Marteea
Post-Nuptial I Reception a Layfield and Miss Jackie Kali-

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day, chapter by chapter: the s way.

r ... ___ .. American press chronicles the story of Claudia Taylor John t The guest list included the
b+ 1N yp"w'e M e .
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/ .if i NnA" pw iFry. % '.WIa 4 son, helpmeet of unequivocably the world's most influentialman i.,t..S ; ,qC: honoree, Mrs. C. B. Coulter,

Lyndon B. Johnson, President of these United States.) Mrs. Irene Brooker, Mrs. Davis

fCfd. /. ,., R 2 y' y .. 'q .G ,t4' x It is the way of this nation and its people to live: vicariously .v, Layfield! Mrs. Jimmy Brooker,
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Not i A / "i- & yoDL W .t r. r.," '"i 513 ;3Yt. 5j 'R k the experiences of the in her
6y !* great lady unique positionin .. Misses Eloise Cox, Connie Cox,
the White House wife mother well voice and tit
s as as as Elaine .Cox, Cynthia Babers,
',.vtt. A' inspiration for many American wives and mothers in less Linda McRostie, Joy Coulter,
3 :z ; y
awesome abodes. p } ,,,;rr Ann Jones, Mary McCrary, Sue
t But seldom do in America do their -i :
we nor own peoplefor + V. .A' Ellen Simmons, Elaine Wade,

: z x that matter, see much of or read much about the First s G Ann Esry, and Shannon Menge.

Ladies of other countries. ,
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f Who are these gossamer women behind the powerful men

on international thrones? What influences to they bring to "1 : s.}
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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 'V. Mims entertained recently with a postnuptial By RODNEY ANGOVE s 4 tlt A

reception at their home to honor their daughter, Mrs. Dean Pappas, the form. PARIS (AP) Mrs. Charles de Gaulle is one of the rare 1 I
first ladies of the world who can shopping without attracting OM ,. ; o
er Miss Dee Ann Mims, and Mr. Pappas. The newlyweds were married on June go < J r:4
6, in Baltimore. attention. ,:ti.; A Growing Fomily ,::,,
Mrs. Yvonne de Gaulle,"63, blends easily into a crowd. She ::::: Needs A Frozen ti:::S
Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Lawrence W. Mims, Mrs. Mitchel Pap Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Leroy Crosby .tiff ::::S
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pas, of Brierwood, N.Y., mother of the bridegroom, Lawrence 'V. Mims, Mrs. wears simple clothes mostly black and uses little ::.:: Food Locker! .:::

De" Pnmas. J>"n Pa!>pas, and Mrs. Walter Landuyt of Key WP...+. makeup. Her height, weight and oval face could well be thoseof Mr and Mrs. Jackie Leroy of the bridegroom was brides ;::;: :: Look to the future when :::::

thousands of women in downtown Paris. Crosby were married on June maid. She wore a pink dress : you buy meat. Save ;:ti
r Her unmarked, chauffeur-driven car is outshone by thoseof 12, at the Southside Baptist 1::s $
and b
carried a nosegay of blue ::::: money by y'ng.hind :::
Brides' Book .: many an elegant Parisienne. Not even her hovering body- Church. Rev. Gene Keith per. flowers. .:.:.: quarters or sides in ad- .:.:.:.
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guards give her away. formed the double ring ceremony :":;, vance. We'll cut, pack :i

Yet she is said to be a powerful women in the world for Mrs. Jo Ann Stout was Gilbert Beck, brother of the :::::: and store ,t.'n your ownfreexer. m:::

her husband the French President who has respect pianist and Miss Sandra Smith bridegroom, served as best ti:::S Thrifty ;:::
great ,
TODAY, June 22Miscellaneous p.m., Hotel Thomas Blue man Wylie Jr., 4 p.m., First ;tic We will aso cut and :::>;:
shower com Room. Methodist Church, Receptionat for, her views. Indeed, it is rumored that these have had was soloist. man. Ushers were Archie As- :ti::: wrap your own beef, if }:::

plimenting Miss Sandy Buckler Luncheon honoring Miss i Gainesville Golf and Coun influence: on him in staff hirings and firings. The bride Is the former_ Miss 1 hell, brother-in-law of the bride, ;;.;.; inspected. Freezing at no ;,;..

bride-elect of Jim Hugu- Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of try Club. I, t Betty Mae Beck, duaghter 01 and Robert Luke. ;;;;; extra charge. 11111 ,
'w fa ]lowance into a fare fit for Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck oC! Miss Debra Jean Ashell, ..S;;; 1 {\
ley, Miss Nancy Willinghamand Wayne Rickman Mrs. RalphG. Wedding of Miss Paula .,, ;.;.;.. Financing Available ;; I
Miss Beth Brogdon, 5915 Leighty, 12:15: p.m., Holi Jean Wyman and FrederickH. visiting men of state. Gainesville. The bridegroom is niece of the bride was flower {: ::yS

NW 19th Place, 3 p.m. day Inn. Pitz, 6:30 p. m., Faith 9li Throughout the diffie u 11 the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. girl. She wore an orchid dress.

Tea complimenting Miss i SATURDAY, June Z7 Presbyterian Chapel, Mel- years she and the General Crosby of Gordon, Ala. David Crosby, brother of the

Paula Jean Wyman, bride- Wedding of Miss Christina rose. Reception following in also bore a private cross, a Given In marriage by her father bridegroom was ring bearer.

elect of Frederick H. Pitz, Carlisle and_ Moffatt Harde- Church Social Room. A: R r tt mentally retarded daughterwho the bride wore a gown of The bride's mother wore a 0rt
died in 1946. With
2 to 5 p.m., Miss Lillian E. royalties white lace, and a waist length blue dress and a pink carnation
from her husband's books
Pitz, aunt of bridegroom-elect. veil attached to a pearl cro\.n.
wed-
i Mrs. de Gaulle went to near- corsage for her daughter's
Calendar Of EventsTODAY She carried a white orchid on,a
TUESDAY, June 23 institute for similar children. ding. The bridegroom's mother >bon* 372-3514

Luncheon honoring Miss i That and other Catholic chari white Bible. wore a blue dress and a corsage .
Mrs. Elizabeth Asbell, sister
Paula Jean Wyman, bride- ties are her main outside in of pink carnations.
June 22 merit, Mrs. H. 0. Spencer, Af th 1-.i" matron of bon
elect of Frederick H. Pitz, terests. VA. e "'11"1;; was
2:30 to 5 p.m. Broward East or. She wore a pink dress and ADVERTISEMENT
Alfred B. Watson Bridge Club 4
Mrs. Gainesville :
J p.m., Recreation Room. Mrs. de Gaulle accompanies
of 7:30 Recreation Center. Ao..r carried a nosegay of blue flow. '
home ,
Lake Geneva p.m. the President on near. had
Mrs. 'Watson. TUESDAY, June 23 THURSDAY, June 25 ly all state appearances but ers. Miss Brenda Crosby, sisterAdds If you've a babyin

"L"u cheon complimenting 20th Annual Garden Club i ti usually stays far back in the

Miss Jane Harmon, 12:30: p.m., Supreme Forest Woodmen Short Course, "Old Wives' procession. Only once in ColorA the last 3 years. .
Circle, 7:30 p.m., Odd Fellows Tales Debunked memory did she stand in for
-Gainesville Golf and Country -
program
Hall, 738 SE 2nd Avenue. her husband. That was at a of shredded I and were given a laxative suppository no cramps, diarrhea or stomach 1
Club, Mrs. Robert Johnson, presented by J as p-e r N. suspicion finely
memorial service for Presi- I there is a good chance upset; (3) DULCOLAX is so easy,
Mrs. Julia McCranie and Mrs. WEDNESDAY, June 24 Joiner, Ass; .iate Professor of in Dame carrot in the filling for stuffed that already know the gentle it is recommended for
dent Kennedy Notre you may
Henry :Stanley. Gainesville Bridge Club, the College of Agriculture, xs Cathedral when de Gaulle eggs .adds color and flavor Interest gentle and effective relief of new elderly mothers people., young children,
DULCOLAX suppositories.
WEDNESDAY, June 24 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 10:30 a.m, College of Agriculture A himself was in Washington.
Cocktail. part; honoring i Bridge Club ; Annuals and Biennials, '.k. Thousands hospitals regularly DULCOLAX "gentles" the colon
Unversity City ; MADAME LAFARGE? into easy action so naturally
Miss Chris Carlisle and Hardy 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Miss Ara'N ble, 2:30 p.m The mistress of the Elysee Lamb KidneysLamb i use DULCOLAX because instead((1) DULCOLAX of the* you'll hardly think you are
} lie,Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. 15th Terrace. McCarty Auditorium; Roses, enema ; using a laxative at all! i ,
..Y Palace, Mrs. de Gaulle reigns works usually in 15 minutes to
Gerald ,A. Rudderman and Jack. 4; Longmire, Jackson- ,r kidneys may be halved brand of biaa-
by the 19th century rules of an hour; (2) DULCOLAX thoroughly Get DULCOLAX
Mr.. and Mrs. Robert E. Clay 20th Annual Garden Club 1 ville Rose Society, 4:20: p.m. her She takes and rolled inside bacon slices cleanses the colon. codyl suppositories from your
ton, Golfview. Short Course, Symposi u m, McCarty Auditorium. upbringing. no then they may be skewered and I actually can leave it clean pharmacist for gentle relief from
Landscaping the Small Home, open part in civic or cultural broiled. enough for x-ray with virtually constipation problems.

THURSDAY, June 25 %:30 p.m., McCarty Auditor- Beginning) Corsage craft activities.. .Former insiders- .
Rehearsal Dinner for Wy- ium; Demonstration of Hawai Mrs. Ivan L. Van Horn, 2:30 say she knits a great deal,
to 5 p.m., Broward Recreation seldom reads books but is an
man-Pitz wedding party, Mr. ian Flowers, Dr. and Mrs. : : Y .
John G. Pitz hosts Thoma Hall. w ; avid newspaper reader, scru- .' -
and Mrs. J. Sheehan 8 p.m., r:; .
University Inn. I Agricultural Experiment Sta iff tinizing them for gossip in
Advanced
I Corsagecraft, ,..1 ; volving associates of her husband '

Dinner party compliment. tion. Mrs. Alec Stefans, 2:30 to 5 ff Y..9. ,
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Miss Chris Carlisle and' p.m., Broward East Recrea -
ing Beginning Flower Arrangement s= Some say she imposes her
Hardy Wylie, Jr., Mrs. HenryL. tion Room. l:. .
Mrs. H. Jefferson Da < own strict moral standards 4: t $
Gray Sr., and Mr. and vis, 2:30 to 5 Broward '" = -
p.m., Gainesville Fine Arts Association on Elysee personnel fro m _
Mrs. L. Jr., 6:30 ..: ;
Henry Gray Recreation Room. .Summer Fun Paint. : houseboys to ministers. A E r'

p.m., at the formers house. Advanced Flower ArrangeCooking ing Class, 7:30 p.m., Room Yvonne De Gaulle divorced person or a "Bo-.

FRIDAY, June 26 215, Florida Union. hemian" is likely to be dropped
But in the backgroundis _
Rehearsal honoring Miss being or vetoed from a pros :
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. proper, she feels, for the r
pective post.
and
Carlisle
Chris Hardy Wy
2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. wife of a French president. Not that she would makean
lie Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M. H. _
Wylie, 7 p.m., GainesvilleGolf FRIDAY, June 26 Instead of seeking to share outright request to her =

and Country Club. -- the limelight, she looks after husband, however. Former
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 his personal comfort. insiders say she often ad

Bridesmaids luncheon honoring a.m., Holiday Inn. 20th An Every item of his daily rou dresses the President in ques _

Miss Paula Jean Wy Is nual Garden Club Short tine reflects her personal tion form to avoid any risk -
and
man, Mrs. I. X. Cheeves touch from the meals he
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Course, Flower Arrangement, of contradicting him.
12:30
Miss Julie Cheeves, grilled meats to the
"Living Jewels At Our Fingertips prefers

," 11 a.m., Norman Hall usual French dishes in sauce
Fun Auditorium. to the fresh rose on his
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desk. Thus the central figurein t / Idk

FIT I I her life, and the life of I

CHINESE' SUPPER Auxiliary France, is free for political I

FOR APrincess pursuits. .--
Almond flavor and crisp Is
Wins i
texture distinguish these State SHY AND DEVOUT : : .
cookies. drop Besides Mrs. de Gaulleis By William C. "Bill" Smith

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AwardsSeveral basically shy and provin ..
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: Rice state awards were Calais where her father wasa : =

No princess owns a Almond Fan Cookies Pineapple received by the Auxiliary to biscuit manufacturer, young

prettier shoe than this I Alachua County Post 2811, at Yvonne Vendroux was strict- A CLEANBLANKETS I -- .' ..'r.u- -

dainty sandal. Crafted : ALMOND FAN COOKIES the Department Convention of ly in a traditionalist family I '

i i the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Childhood
with stunning simplicity 6 tablespoons shortening atmosphere. .+ w s
% "=
i held recently at Cocoa Beach. friends remember her as extremely -
of glistening white 2 tablespoons chunk -style religious. Asa teen- ;I Whether they are wool, -,1 .

or pink Potent-lite. For I peanut buttercup The Auxiliary won first placein ager, she developed an intense : dyne l, electric or ony other sr .

summer's most festive H sugar Community Service and dislike of coquetry in i kind, there's no better time

1 egg Youth Activities, and third any form. I to have the blankets cleaned ;F -

occosions. 1 teaspoon almond extract place for hospital work in local Sheewed the life of an and freshed than after asusan's _. s -

hospitals and veterans hos wife the norm for the = .}
1 flour Army use.
cup .
pitals. They received a certificate I -R s. J
H teaspoon salt daughters of Northern France Bring them in to be cleaned }:=" -
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of merit for their :
sponsor around World War I, as too
1 tablespoon milk and mothproofed, then sealed I
ONLYCentral Slivered toasted blanched ship and work at Sunland unsettled for her taste. In- against dust in cellophane, i ii

M almonds Training Center. stead she dreamed of a quiet, i ready for you the next time i

9I 9 Mrs. Archie Crawford, out regular life with her own cold weather comes along. !

I t i Beat together thoroughly the going president, received a citation house, her own garden, her : You know, the large equipment i I ADD A PHONE..ADD A LOT TO LIVING
T
tt shortening, peanut butter for obtaining six or more own set ways. I we have, plus the skill

and sugar; beat in thoroughly members during her term of of When the tall young officer I in spotting, cleaning and press- I believe
swept her off her feet she the Happy families, these. They phones are
tremendous edgein Join Stepsavers.
the egg and almond ex- fice. She was appointed Deputy ing, give us a
i '.: Chief of Staff for District VI. did her best to keep both getting the job done right I for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places
I for reaching not
1 tract. Stir in flour, salt and dream and man and succeed do ,
over (anything i you can at
milk. Mrs. Crawford accepted the I relax work most Kitchen. Bedroom. Florida
Drop level tablespoons ed. home. We do it safely-and where families gather, or

\. of the soft mixture about 1H medal and cash award won by Cross to Bear precisely. Trying to do them I orkshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add
of followed her room.
Miss Gaulle
Margaret Thompson Mrs. de
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inches ot home may result in felting
apart ;)n ungreased Business Office
Gainesville High School who husband to London during or shrinkage, and there's at'I''I pleasure in your life. Call your Telephone Company
cookie sheets. Draw the flat winner in the H accident t
was second place World War by the possibility; that you
Charge blade of a small spatula over The awards that sunk ways l I for details.
i state essay contest. missing a ship was don't get them completely I,
surface of each cookie to will be presented to Margaretin with no survivors. cleon and then moths or silver- tnerni\B.1I(

September. Her culinary skill wondrously .. ::io
;! make an even tt-inch thick. fish can ruin them. ; .4 "

I BOB'SSHOE I Place about 5 almond slivers Attending the convention converted their slim aDO BE SAFE '" -(tOw u9 IJllJ':b Fiiiat

fan each from Post 2811 Auxiliary were l.
fashion on : YOU FIND CALL OR eRING THEM TO
cookie. Bake in a slow (325 Mrs. Archie Crawford, Mrs Albert 1 YOURSELF STRAINING .
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STORE Thurman I to tttr your friend when they t ncw S & S CLEANERS Exercise .
J. Allums Mrs. yourright
degrees) oven until light 1 y Cothran, Mrs., Buck Pickett, checked gout .Then t Awe your tearing as a be sure to register and vote this year.J t

21 W. University Ave. i browned 15 to 20 minutes. Mrs. Cecil Cox, Mrs. Guthrie GAINESVILLE Delivery or Cask fed Carry citizefl.t\ -

iI HEARING AID CO.M 503 SW 3rd St. Pfc. 372-4184 .
racks. Makes
Open Fri. 'Til 9 p.m I Cool on wire Newton, Mrs. Adrian Hay and N. Mam fH UOtS

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Ii- Ruth Weimer Women's EditorPostNuptial I I ___ _n_ __ ___________ __ .__ elect of Marilyn Jack Smith Coulter, was, bride-hon

To Power ored at a miscellaneous shower

given recently by Miss Marteeii

Reception a Layfield and Miss Jackie Kali-

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day, chapter by chapter, the way.

II' American press chronicles the story of Claudia Taylor John- The guest list included the

r son, helpmeet of unequivocably the world's most influentialman honoree, Mrs. C. B. Coulter,

Lyndon B. Johnson, President of these United States.) Mrs. Irene Brooker, Mrs. Davis

It is the way of this nation and its people to live: vicariously Layfield, Mrs. Jimmy Brooker,

i 1\\. the experiences of the great lady in her unique positionin Misses Eloise Cox, Connie Cox
i w '' aut i$$ >1 'i e /3 v4f uy.XR"x the White House as wife, mother, as well as voice and Elaine .Cox, Cynthia Babers,

"' ley c5 a r inspiration for many American wives and mothers in less Linda McRostie, Joy Coulter,

awesome abodes. h Ann Jones, Mary McCrary, Sue

yt / M eP lf" 14 Brt seldom do we in America, nor do their own peoplefor z wPxj '6a Ellen Simmons, Elaine Wade,

that matter, see much of or read much about the First ____ ton Esry, and Shannon Menge.I .
Ladies of other countries.

Who are these gossamer women behind the powerful men '

44 I VII on international thrones? What influences to they bring to I t a

bear on these men?
If.
r T This is one of a series of seven profiles of silent uncrowned
\ j'f !% BUY IN QUANTITY ,
sl' s Ii You will note have common characteristics -
they
queens.
: ',1 -4 many *** "'
MAKE MEAL
1 i ; among them shyness, piety, devotion to family. Are
these similarities a coincidence or indications of the wom- d ;ti: Food Freezer! i

anly qualities sought by men who eventually dominate their 1

; ::4f1 A 1 J.i <. people? You decide.Yvonne. .f 1- t 3 1II

1 xPa a X3 a L.a e

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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Mims entertained recently with a postnuptial By RODNEY ANGOVE i :

reception at their home to honor their daughter, Mrs. Dean Pappas, the former PARIS (AP) Mrs. Charles de Gaulle is one of the rare I: I

I' Miss Dee Ann Mims, and Mr. Pappas. The newlyweds were married on June first ladies of the world who can go shopping without at- $< .,
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Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Lawrence W. Mims, Mrs. Mitchel Pap- Mrs. Yvonne de Gaulle,.63, blends easily into a crowd. She I Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Leroy Crosby I :::g: Needs A Frozen :::::

pas, of Brierwood, N.Y., mother of the bridegroom, Lawrence W. Mims, Mrs. wears simple clothes mostly black and uses little :::::? Food Locker! :::
makeup. Her height, weight and oval face could well be thoseof Mr and Mrs. Jackie Leroy of the bridegroom was brides ;
. DCDPnmas. J>-" Panpas, and Mrs. Walter Landuyt of Keyirides' WP-*. : Look to the future when
thousands of women in downtown Paris. Crosby were married on June maid. She wore a pink dress sfi:; you buy meat. Save ;::tt

Her unmarked chauffeur-driven car is outshone by thoseof 12, at the Southside Baptist and carried a nosegay of blue :::::: money by buying hind ::::s

! Book many an elegant Parisienne. Not even her hovering bodyguards Church. Rev. Gene Keith performed flowers. 1;|:j: quarters or sides in ad- :::
: give her away. the double ring cere- ::::: vance. We'll cut, pock s sand : ::
Gilbert Beck brother of the ,).). store it in your own :::
,
Yet she is said to be a powerful, women in the world for mony. Mrs. Jo Ann Stout was
:;Si:;:: freezer. Thrifty! :::;:
TODAY June 22Miscellaneous Hotel Thomas Blue Jr. 4 First her husband, the French President who has great respectfor pianist, and Miss Sandra Smith bridegroom, served as best
i p.m., man Wylie p.m., s: ::: We will aso cut and :::;:
shower com Room. Methodist Church, Receptionat her views. Indeed, it is rumored that these have had was soloist. man. Ushers were Archie As- :.::::: wrap your own beef, if :.:;:iti:
plimenting Miss Sandy Buck Luncheon honoring Miss i Gainesville Golf and Coun influence: on him in staff hirings and firings. The bride Is the former Miss hell, brother-in-law of the bride, :M: inspected. Freezing at no

ler, bride-elect of Jim Hugu- Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of try Club. Betty Mae Beck, duaghter of and Robert Luke. ;xj.;.J: extra charge.
ley, Miss Nancy Willinghamand Wayne Rickman, Mrs. RalphG. Wedding of Miss Paula : lowance into a fare fit for Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck of Miss Debra Jean Ashell, :: Financing Available : :. )I

Miss Beth Brogdon, 5915 Leighty, 12:15 p.m., Holiday Jean Wyman and FrederickH. visiting men of state. Gainesville. The bridegroom is niece of the bride was flower' .

NW 19th Place 3 p.m. 1M.SATURDAY. Pitz, 6:30 p. m., Faith Throughout the diffic u 11 the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. girl. She, wore an orchid dress.,

Tea complimenting Miss f June 17 Presbyterian Chapel, Me I- years she and the General Crosby of Gordon, Ala. David Crosby, brother of the

Paula Jean Wyman, bride- Wedding of Miss Christina rose. Reception following in also bore a private cross, a Given in marriage by her father bridegroom was ring bearer.

elect of Frederick H. Pitz, Carlisle and Moffatt Harde- Church Social Room. mentally retarded daughterwho the bride wore a gown of The bride's mother wore a 't0rr
died in 1946. With
2 to 5 p.m., Miss Lillian E. ties from her husband's royal-books white lace, and a waist length blue dress and a pink carnation
Pitz, aunt of bridegroom-elect. q veil attached to a pearl crown.
for her daughter's wed-
Mrs. de Gaulle went to near- corsage
Calendar Of EventsTODAY She carried a white orchid on;a mother
ding. The bridegroom's
TUESDAY, June 23 institute for similar children. '
Bible.
Luncheon honoring Miss i That and other Catholic chari white wore a blue dress and a corsage

Paula Jean Wyman, bride- s ties are her main outside in- Mrs. Elizabeth Asbell, sisterI of pink carnations.and .
June 22 ment, Mrs. H. O. Spencer, I ..,__ h
the bride matron o on -
o I : was;
of Frederick H. Pitz, terests.
elect
2:30 to 5 p.m. Broward East She wore a pink dress and ADVERTISEMENT
.1. p.m.. Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Gainesville Bridge Club, Recreation Room. Mrs. de Gaulle accom- or.
Lake Geneva home of 7:30 pjR., Recreation Center. r panies the President on near- carried a nosegay of blue flow If had
babyin
Mrs. Watson. TUESDAY, June 23 THURSDAY, June 25 ..t ly all state appearances but ers. Miss Brenda Crosby, sisterAdds you've a I

"L'u cbeon complimenting 20th Annual Garden Club 1 usually stays far back in the
n
Supreme Forest Woodmen in the last 3 years.
procession. Only once
.
Miss Jane Hannon, 12:30: p.m., Short Course, "Old Wives'Tales ColorA
Circle, 7:30 p.m., Odd Fellows Debunked & 1a memory did she stand in for v
Gainesville Golf and Country program
Hall, 738 SE 2nd Avenue. her husband. That was at a of finely shredded were given a laxative sup- no cramps,diarrhea or stomach 1
Club Mrs. Robert Johnson, presented by Jasper N. a suspicion
chance upset (3)) DULCOLAXe is so easy
memorial service for Presi- pository, there is a good ;
Mrs. Julla McCranie and Mrs. WEDNESDAY, June 24 Joiner, Ass Jate Professor of dent Kennedy in Notre Dame carrot in the filling for stuffed that you may already know the gentle, it is recommended for
Henry :Stanley. the College of eggs adds color and flavor in- gentle and effective relief of new mothers, young children,
Agriculture
Gainesville Bridge Club, xf Cathedral when de Gaulle terest. elderly people.
DULCOLAX suppositories.
WEDNESDAY, June 24 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 10:30 a.m, College of Agriculture himself was in Washington. DULCOLAX "gentles" the colon

c Cocktail part honoring i Unversity City Bridge Club, ; Annuals and Biennials, MADAME LAFARGE? Thousands of hospitals regularly into easy action so naturally
of the
instead
Miss Chris Carlisle and Har- 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Miss M'aNoble, 2:30: p.m, The mistress of the Elysee Lamb KidneysLamb use enema DULCOLAX because; (1) DULCOLAX you'll hardly think you are
dy Wylie* Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 15th Terrace. McCarty Auditorium; Roses, using a laxative at all I .
Palace, Mrs. de Gaulle reigns works usually in 15 minutes to
Gerald ,A. Rudderman and Jack. U; Longmire, Jackson- by the 19th rules of kidneys may be halved an hour; (2) DULCOLAX thoroughly Get DULCOLAX* brand of bisa-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Clay- 20th Annual Garden Club 1 ville Rose Society, 4:20: p.m. her century She takes and rolled inside bacon slices, cleanses the colon. codyl suppositories from your
ton Golfview. Short Course, Symposi u m, McCarty Auditorium. upbringing. no then they may be skewered and I actually can leave it clean pharmacist for gentle relief from
Landscaping the Small Home, open part in civic or cultural broiled.> enough for x-ray with virtually constipation problems.

THURSDAY, June 23 2:30: p.m., McCarty Auditor- Beginning Corsage craft activities. Former insiders
Rehearsal Dinner for Wy- ium; Demonstration of Hawai- Mrs. Ivan L. Van Horn, 2:30: ; say she knits a great deal, >. '
Mr. to 5 p.m., Broward Recrea- seldom reads books but is an t1 /: "': ''; "' I i if.
man-Pitz wedding party, ian Flowers, Dr. and Mrs. i
and Mrs. John G. Pitz, hosts, Thoma J. Sheehan, 8 p.m., tion Hall. l' ...-...:&tse avid newspaper reader, scrutinizing 6. ..'. ip .
them for in- "
gossip -
University Inn Agricultural Experiment Sta- ;
Advanced Corsagecraft, .:'f volving associates of her hus P'' ". .
Dinner party complimentIng tion. Mrs. Alec Stefans, 2:30: to 5 band. t:
I
Miss Chris Carlisle and Beginning Flower Arrangement p.m., Broward East Recrea- Some say she imposes her -- i 1

Hardy Wylie, Jr., Mrs. HenryL. tion Room.
Mrs. H. Jefferson Davis own strict moral standards t
Gray Sr., and Mr. and! I 2:30 to 5 p.m., Broward Gainesville Fine Arts Association on Elysee personnel from
J
Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr., 6:30 Recreation Room. Summer Fun Paint- ._ _. _'_0': houseboys to ministers. A f .-

p.m., at the formers house. Advanced Flower Arrange- ing Class, 7:30 p.m., Room Yvonne De Gaulle divorced person or a "Bo. fI

FRIDAY, June 26 215, Florida Union. hemian" is likely to be drop
Rehearsal honoring Miss But being in the backgroundis ped or vetoed from a pros-
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. proper, she feels, for the
pective post.
Chris Carlisle and Hardy Wy- 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. wife of a French president. Not that she would makean
lie Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M. H.
CookingIs Instead of seeking to share
Wylie, 7 p.m., GainesvilleGolf FRIDAY, June 28 outright request to her
and Country Club. the limelight, she looks after husband, however. Former
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 his personal comfort. insiders say she often ad- _
Bridesmaids luncheon hon- a.m., Holiday Inn. 20th An- Every item of his daily rou- dresses the President in ques- ; s .:

oring Miss Paula Jean Wy nual Garden Club Short tine reflects her personal tion form to avoid any risk
man, Mrs. I. X. Cheeves and touch from the meals he
Course, Flower Arrangement, of contradicting him.
Miss Julie Cheeves, 12:30 "Living Jewels At Our Finger- prefers grilled meats to the

tips," 11 a.m., Norman Hall usual French dishes in sauce
Fun Auditorium. to the fresh rose on his

desk. Thus the central figurein e# ldh.I
I i
FIT her life, and the life of I ft' -

CHINESE SUPPER Auxiliary France, is free for political !
I
FOR A pursuits.
Almond flavor and crisp
Wins State SHY AND DEVOUT I
texture
distinguish these
drop "Bill" Smith
C.
William
cookies. Besides, Mrs. de Gaulleis
PrincessNo ; i
AwardsSeveral basically shy and provincial I
Chow Mein with Steamed A small town girl from TIME TO .._,. ..

: Rice state awards were Calais where her father wasa

princess owns a I Almond Fan Cookies Pineapple received by the Auxiliary to biscuit manufacturer, young CLEANBLANKETS .y -
prettier shoe than this Alachua County Post 2811, at Yvonne Vendroux was strict- i
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dainty sandal. Crafted AL.'IOFAN COOKIES the Department Convention of ly in a traditionalist family ii 1 1az
the Wars I Childhood i s
6 Veterans of Foreign atmosphere. ,
with stunning simplicity tablespoons shortening
held recently at Cocoa Beach.: friends remember her as ex- '
of glistening whiteor I 2 tablespoons chunk style : 'wool,
tremely religious. As a teen- I Whether they are
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pink Patent-lite. For : peanut butter The Auxiliary won first placein ager, she developed an in- : dyne!, electric or ony other _

summer's most festive : H cup sugar Community Service and tense dislike of coquetry in I kind, there's no better time ; ;; I

1 egg Youth Activities, and third any form. I to hove the blankets cleaned

occasions. 1 teaspoon almond extract place for hospital work in local She viewed the life of an and freshed than after a

1 flourteaspoon hospitals and veterans hos Army wife, the norm for the season's use.
cup -c--
h salt pitals. They received a certifi- daughters of Northern France Bring them in to be cleaned S _
cate of merit for their k % ;
1 tablespoon milk sponsor- around World War I, as too i and mothproofed, then sealed -
ONLY Slivered toasted blanched ship and ,work at Sunland unsettled for her taste. In- against dust in cellophane,

almonds Training Center. stead she dreamed of a quiet, ; ready for you the next time I

$C99 Mrs. Archie Crawford outgoing regular life with her own I i cold weather' comes along. I
Beat together thoroughly the ci- house, her own garden, her I A LOT TO LIVING
president, received a You know, the large equipment ADD A PHONE..ADD
shortening, peanut butter tation for obtaining six or more own set ways. i 'we have, plus the skill I

A and sugar; beat in thoroughly members during her term of of- When the tall young officer in spotting, cleaning and press believe phones
1.< the and almond fice. She was appointed Deputy swept her off her feet she i ing, give us a tremendous edge I Join the Stepsavers. Happy families, these. They are
egg ex-
j f N.f Chief of Staff for District VL did her best to keep both ; in getting the job done right for reaching not for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places
tract. Stir in flour, salt and dream and man and succeeded. 'I ,
f .. 1 over anything you can do at
Bedroom. Florida
i milk. Drop level tablespoons I Mrs. Crawford accepted the j home. We do it safelyandI where families gather, relax or work most. Kitchen.

il : of the soft mixture about 1'% medal and cash award won by Cross to Bear I precisely. Trying to do them I Workshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add
Miss Margaret Thompson of Mrs. de Gaulle followed her result in felting room.
; inches apart on ungreased I at home may Business Office
it : Gainesville High School whowas I husband to London during I or shrinkage, and there's always 1 pleasure in your life. Call your Telephone Company
cookie
sheets. Draw
the flat second place winner in the World War H, by accident the possibility that you
t Central I Change blade of a small spatula over state essay contest. The awards. missing a ship that was sunk I don't get them completely i I fnr details. .

I surface of each cookie to will be presented to Margaret t with no survivors. I clean and then moths or silver- I ioutnern" Dell

i make an even .-inch thick. in September. Her culinary skill wondrously I fish con ruin them. : ., ,t. : :, ': ::
converted their slim a1i I .
BOB'SSHOE I i Place about 5 almond slivers Attending the convention l'' -I BE SAFE lig&J4th
I
I fan fashion, on each from Post 2811 Auxiliary wen::i DO YOU FIND CALL OR BRING THEM TO

cookie. Bake in a slow ((325 Mrs. Archie Crawford Mrs. Albert 'I YOURSELF STRAINING t
STORE tAlk
Thurmat I. to heir your friend when they SOS CLEANERS Exercise
your
Mrs.
J. Allums
degrees) oven until lightly to you' Then nave your wring be sure to register and vote this year
Cothran, Mrs. Buck Pickett,,t checked .t right as a citizen .. .
21 W. University Ave. browned, 15 to 20 minutes. Mrs. Cecil Cox, Mrs. Guthrie! GAINESVILLE Delivery or Cash sad Carry
HEARING AID COM SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4184 .
503
racks. Makes I
Cool on wire Newton, Mrs. Adrian Hay ancMrs.
Open Fri. 'Til 9p.m. FR f-OQ9S
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Ij REVEALED AT AMA CONVENTION



.\ ts I Nerve Graft Restores Spanking Hand' I



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t By WILLIAM C. HARRISON successful nerve bomograft-a from a shotgun blast through the resulted from severe inflamma- human patients, motor function

Associated Press Science Writer transplant from another person. forearm. Mrs. Sheets' nerve tory response to the foreign tissue -movement control-has not.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A Hers came from the newly am- transplant was made in Decem- Dr. Marmor explains. He Dr. Marmor said motor funr*:on

Hf 7 three-inch section of nerve putated leg of a man. ber of that year. overcomes this by having the had been restored in animal experiments -

JI grafted into a Los Angeles Mrs. Sheets is a patient of Dr. Dr. Marmor said that nerve "spare part" nerve irradiated and may yet return.
of the patients.Mrs.
seven
schoolteacher's right wrist restored grafting has been a complete prior to surgery. The nerve section to some
Leonard Manner orthopedic
her hand
feeling to her "spankinghand of the University of California failure in the past except for a is obtained quickly from the Sheets injured
surgeon cocktail.It .
of fruit
," she related at the Amer- at Los Angeles Medical few grafts from one part of the donor body or member refrig- opening a can
the
after
months
ican Medical Association annual body to the region of the ear erated, and air-expressed to the took six operation
Center.Dr. for feeling to come backto
convention. or fingers of the same person.An Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
"Unfortunately we're not allowed Marmor and his associ- nology for irradiation, he said. her thumb index finger, mid
to spank" Blanche Sheets ates started experimenting with exhibit at the convention dle finger and part of the ring

said with a laugh in answer to nerve grafts in dogs in 1960. In describes seven human homo- Dr. Marmor said the nerve finger.
reporters' questions.Mrs. November 1962, he successfully grafts completed by the Marmor implant acts like a pipe through She now has full use of the

I c Sheets who teaches the grafted borrowed nerve tissuein group and a number of animal which the patient's own live injured hand, she demonstrated,

fifth and sixth grades, is one of an 18-year-old boy who lost experiments. nerve can grow again. While. because other uninjured nerves
the first persons to undergo aWeds five inches of the ulnar nerve Previous nerve graft failures sensation has been restored in control its movement.

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Daughter Cuban Children Pledge Fight Huge Study of Draft Law


Of Atheist's In Memory of Dead FathersMIAMI


(AP) Father's day was a sad occasion for thou- OK'd Kill
FoeBALTIMORE
UF Court sands of Cuban children in exile. ; May System
Sandburg at Many who had lost th* fathers to Fidel Castro's Commu-
(AP-The son
\ nist observed the day by laying white roses before
has regime 2frinJorfc 'of draft eligibles in Under this system the men in
of atheist Madalyn Murray etmm a growing
Three members of the Kaleidoscope Players rehearse I the statue of the Cuban independence hero Jose Marti, in
married the teen-aged girl whois JACK RAYMONDWASHINGTON I population be reviewed certain called for
for their presentation of "The World of Carl Miami's Bayfront Park. By along age groups are
t Sandburg" on the University of Florida campus in the middle of a bitter court The children, whose fathers were executed by the Castro Secretaryof with the strategic requirements, military training when the arm

Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the University Auditorium.The wrangle between her parentsand regime, imprisoned, or slain in trying to escape chanted Defense Robert S. McNa- but more subtle considerationssuch ed forces require them.
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is presented by the Lyceum Council. Mrs. Murray.The this
program pledge: mara has approved a $1 million as the career motivationsof
(UF Photo). wedding of William Mur- "Father you who gave up everything to die for Cuba program of manpower studies young persons will be sur "For OnlyA

ray, 18, and the former Susan you who suffer in prison the cruelty of the Commu- that is expected to result in either veyed. ,
Abramovitz 17, was announced nist tyranny, make me feel today a special pride for being the elimination of military 1 Few
Racial Designations Taken your son and having your name. An item will
Sunday during a hectic sessionin conscription or drastic changesin important study
1'// "I before that I will follow example and -
Cents. -
Municipal CourtMrs. swear you your its provisions.The be the possibility of conductingthe I
continue your fight. I will not be happy until Cuba is free,
From Defense Dept. Forms Murray, William, Susan and I see that your sacrifice was not in vain. present draft law extended draft if it is found that'!I II Per Day"

and Mrs. Murray's mother, "I swear never to abandon our flag, and never to betraythe last year, is scheduled to I conscription cannot be avoided-I Your Home CanHave"COMPLETE"
WASHINGTON (AP-The Defense Bonna Mays, 73, all were in ideals which you taught me early in my life and I keepin expire in 1967. The Administration -I I through a national ,
Department has ordered court to answer charges resulting my heart. hopes to come up with a lar to the lottery that was usedat i
racial designations removed from a brawl with police at Later the children marched with banners asking amnes- new program by then. In con- the outset of World War II. ''

Roy Wilkins from most personnel forms list Mrs. Murray's Baltimore home ty for fathers in Cuban prisons. One sign said 18,000 chil- trast with past tendencies, Ad- Another proposal under con-'I' Pest Control ServiceOne
ing them it was learned today. Saturday.Mrs. dren are in exile without their fathers. ministration officials are fore- sideration would equate service I
The action taken casting major changes in volun- call does It ill
was quietlyin
Leon in the Peace Corps or some other Your home Inspected .
Raps Negro Murray's lawyer tary and involuntary re- -
Alfred
April by B. Fitt deputy
told the court service organization with mil end treated regularly -
cruitment.The
ard Kerpelman
assistant secretary of defense Nik Gets I'itary service. for Insects
and Susan were Chilly
that William
Militants for civil rights. studies were undertaken and rodents. Place
Since then the individual'married last Tuesday at Fred- at the .request of President One possible change under I 1'your pest control
armed services have moved to erick, Md., 50 miles east of Johnson, who announced plans study would reduce the periodof problems competent In thehands ,
,i Kriu flnrk QJtmrs put the order into effect. here. Ellis Wachter clerK of I Swedish Greeting for the review last April. But draft liability. At present all experienced men
Fitt told The Associated Pressit the Frederick County Circuit the analysis of the draft law and men between 18 and 26 years of who know their lob.
I Wilkins was found there were 24 or Court confirmed Sunday night what the Pentagon can do to age are liable. It has been sug-
I and caution upon the Negro 25 forms that still carried racial that he performed the ceremony I STOCKHOLM (AP) Soviet Moscow in 1947.Subsequently. meet its troop needs has takenon gested that the period extend N,
Premier Nikita Khrushchev ar the Swedish from 18 to 21 or 22.
people in the United States if government character than
listings. "In most cases they, Susan's parents Mr. and Mrs. a broader
\ rived in the capital of neutral found evidence
they wish to derive the maximum -shouldn't have" Fitt said. Leonard J. Abramovitz in an increasing originally contemplated. Another proposal would introduce Garden & Pet CenterPhone
Sweden He met
today. was by that Wallenberg was:;
i advantages from th e The Pentagon's civil rights Mrs. The projected studies are described the FR 6-2661
had accused age-class system ,
suit
earlier I
1 ; newspaper demands for infor- alive. He was said to be in a
civil rights bill after it be- chief has been as the most comprehensive -
carrying on a familiar in countries.
of inducing European
and William I.
Murray mation on the fate of a Swedish prison in Vladimir, 12 miles;
comes law. campaign for nearly a year to Susan to move in with the Mur- diplomat captured by the Rus- east of Moscow as late as 1954. ever attempted even when
The cf compared with the analyses - _- - -
executive secretary eradicate all traces of racial and abandon her Jewish sians in 1945.Khrushchev. 0 0 0 i 0Beneficial -
rays Tage Erlander Sweden's Socialist
the National Association for the I of military conscription by pub-
within the mili-
discrimination
religion.Mrs. and his wife, premier, said on the eve I: ; :
Advancement of the Colored tary establishment, and to ease Nina, came ashore in a Swedish' of Khrushchev's arrival that the lic and private agencies duringthe i put
universal mil-
who brought the struggle over
also had harsh words Murray
People discrimination against Negro
for Negro millitants who he servicemen in surrounding .suit which resulted in last year'sU.S. motor torpedo boat after sail- country would not be diverted itary training in the Truman .
areas -
ing through the Baltic Sea from from its neutralist policy and,
said demonstrate in order to military bases. Supreme Court decision Denmark in the Soviet liner would to administration. .
strike a pose and for those Affected forms included per- that required religious exercisesin Bashkiria.It change oppose"the status any quo attempt in Eu, Not only will the availability I @(fj [:]

who refuse to denounce or who sonnel security questionnaires, public schools is unconstitutional of was a gray chilly day- rope." Thinking of A :: ; T :
I as-
six charges Js
condone the recent wave of reports of transfer or discharge, faces and Khrushchev's welcome Foreign Minister Torsten Nils-
crime committed policemen.The I New Refrigerator ...7 .
by Negro statements of personal history, saulting from Swedish newspapers was son stressed the point at a government

youths. evaluations of WAC or WAF applicants Saturday melee devel- chilly too. reception Sunday night i : in your pocket today
Meeting with reporters on Navy applications for after police were tipped In big headlines and outspo- -indicating that Sweden would :
the eve of the N.AAC.P.'s an- enlistment certain medical rec- oped had been seen in the ken words they demanded an present the same bland face tc I. Get it and get it .fast. during Beneficial Golden
that Susan See The One That
nual convention in the nat -ords and others. had been official statement from him on Khrushchev's political salesmanship I. Jubilee! Get Spring cash to paint up, fix up, tune up,
home. They Ice
Own
Makes It's
tion's capital, Wilkins said he Various forms were specifically Murray for her since June 2 the fate of Raoul Wallenberg, that Denmark showed dress up- ny good reason! Remember. Beneficial is .
t decries "phony" militancy and authorized to retain racial searching Swedish diplomat who was arrested '. the one place to call for money the minute you want .
unnecessary "screaming" for listings. I to serve. a contemptofcourtcitation. by Soviet troops in Hun- him.Awaiting the Soviet premier (0-;;'" -, I it! Call up or come in .this very minute!

demonstrations. These included papers relating gary and has not been heard of were 5,000 Swedish policemen, / : :
the crimi- r BENEFICIAL
I Turning to the recent out., to casualty reports and The judge hearing since. many of them armed with newly
burst of crimes committed by disposition of a serviceman's re- nal court case brought by Su Wallenberg was traced to the issued pistols. It was Sweden's ICE MAKER '. 1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964 .
Negro youths, Wilkins said };e mains. san's parents had placed her Soviet Union and the Swedish biggest security drive of moderr from $268.88 I II.
hoped the N.A.A.C.P. conven- Also allowed to carry racial temporarily in the custody of an government demanded his re- times. i I. Loans up to $600 Furniture.. Car or Note

tion, while recognizing the legi- designations are "wanted" posters aunt and uncle ordered her to turn. The Russians for years Leaflets and posters denouncing I. Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville
timate grievances of the Ne- and other forms connected remain in Maryland, and prohibited maintained that they knew noth- Khrushchev as a murdererand The '. 301 N.MAIN ST. Opp.Masonic Home) GAINESVILLE

gro people would make no attempt with men AWOL or deserters her parents and the ing about Wallenberg but in hangman were scattered Variety Store Phone: 376.2676 Ask for the YES MANager "
to "gloss over the crimes from the armed forces.'Bonanza' Murrays from contacting her 1957 admitted he had been imprisoned through the streets of Stock. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT--PHONE FOR HOURS ,
attributed to Negroes." untU the case was settled. He in Russia and claimedhe holm. Some flayed Khrushchevas 7 S.E. let Ave. 1964 lENfFICUt FINANCE CO.
Wilkins said Negroes shouldn't Dad cited Susan for' contempt when died in Lubianka Prison in: the"Butcher of Budapest." Phone 2-5348 .0. . . o .

try to cover up by stressingthe HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor she sent him a letter saying she

frustrations suffered by Michael Landon, one of the was leaving the state. '
Negroes. "Lots of white kids stars; of the "Bononza" television Mrs. Murray, her son and
got bad breaks and have also: series and his wife, Lynn, her mother waived preliminary PUT A TIGER IN YOUR TANK !
suffered. 500 Negroes cannot have a new son. The 7-pound hearing on the assault charges,

I million determine the "morality of 20 13-ounce: boy was born Saturday -and Judge Joseph their G. Finnertyset
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I VVV V Ntm lark mfmt her son's arm and shoulders with liniment so he could pitch ((1958); ); became an excellent bridge player, and began to lay

I When Jim Bunning pitched the first perfect game in modern again the next day. plans for his future. He tried selling insurance, didn't likeit
V
! National League history Sunday the triumph was more The family refused to allow Jim to sign a major league then became entranced with stocks and bonds. A stockbroker

; 4 than statisticaL It reflected the coming of age of the subur- contract after high school, however, and insisted he take a now, he is also thinking of doing television and radio -

;, ban-raised private-schooled, college-educated major leaguer basketball scholarship to Xavier University (from which he work when his playing days end.

V_ _' VI V whose scope in life is broader than the straight line be- was graduated in 1953 with a degree in business adminis- The Bunnings' own a $55,000 9-room colonial home on a

, V ,' tween mound and plate. tration.) While in college he married Mary Theis, had the quiet street in Fort Thomas ("a real good neighbor, the

Competitive sports have traditionally been the province of first of seven children (four girls, three boys) and signed kind you can borrow a lawn mower from and have a con

I ( the "hungry" the ambitious sons of dust-bowl farmers, tene- -without bonus-with the Detroit Tiger organization. genial conversation," says the man across the street) and

\ : ; A J V /1'v V4VVV ment dwellers, struggling immigrants and small-town pri Bunning spent six years in the minor leagues, but when he drives a Plymouth station wagon and Cadillac. He recently

soners. When James Paul David Bunning played grammar made the majors he hit big. In 1957, his first full season with gave up smoking, enjoys a social drink during the offseason.

r ____ 4 school baseball he was running away from piano lessons.He Detroit, he won 20 games and pitched three perfect inningsfor Still involved in church activities, he attends Sunday

grew up according to his older brother, _ the American League All-Stars. It was the first of six masses on the road speaks to Holy Name groups whenever

rI ; Louis Jr., during the early stages of the great All-Star game appearances.In he can.

organization sweep in adolescent athletics. Man nine seasons with Detroit Bunning won 118 games and

I 1rfr L "There were no marbles or fishing with lost 87; pitched a no-hitter against Boston Red Sox Articulate Man

cane poles for us," said Louis Jr. "But there In The

, were amateur leagues, knothole leagues --- Six-foot 3-inches tall ("really 6-4," says his mother), and

American Legion ball, Holy Name teams, News Z1t 197 pounds ("he's filled out well, his wife's a good cook,"

semi-pro into teams "- and everything led right _ i s 31 ii t i says his father), Bunning is an articulate man of serious
the minors. _
mind. When he was traded to Philadelphia this year he

( Bunning was born on Oct. 23, 1931, in Southgate Ky., brought his family along with him, putting them in two adjacent

the second of three sons of an executive in a company four-room furnished apartments.And .

1 : \ manufacturing stepladders. The family moved when Jim was unlike the hungry ball players of yore, he is unburdened -

:: : : : ; young to nearby Fort Thomas a residential town 10 minutes by such superstitions as the whammy that settles

t from downtown Cincinnati. -; upon the pitcher who talks about his no-hitter before it's

Went to XavierA over. He chatted happily about this one after the fourth

inning, with even better results than the first one in 1958
tall boney freckle-faced kid Jim met his bride-lo-be
,
when he turned to his teammates and yelled
Mary Theis in the sixth grade and fixed his \
major league Monday, June 1964 i "Protect that no-hitter boys start diving for everything.
ambitions by the time he reached St. Xavier a private Jes- !

.... -:- V : .% uit high schooL Louis Jr. can still remember the puffy-
7
:\ PHILLIES HURLER i BUNNING red hands he suffered while catching Jim's fastball with a __ \

g he's 'perfect' Dad now first-baseman's mitt. Jim's mother can remember rubbing --- -- Happy Daughter



THEY ROOTED FOR BUNNING'S PERFECT GAME


Barbara Had BigKiss




I Met Fans Find They Hadn Seen It Alland for Her DadBy





By DICK COUCH urn faithful were caught up in 'the Chicago White Sox in 1922. i game; set and hand the Braves Deron Johnson homered in San Francisco's 13 hits, including BOB GREEN I fore Bunning bent a curve past
Associated Press Writer the hitter
Sports to create flock of
Associated Press Sports Writer I the wonder of it all. I Pittsburgh's Harvey Haddix their sixth straight setback.V the first inning of the nightcap his first major league firsts a

New York Met fans thought They forgot to root for the hurled 12 perfect innings Larry Jackson pitched a three- for the Reds' margin. homer. Willy Mays followed the NEW YORK (AP) The The, first including National: .

they'd seen it all Marvelous home team. against Milwaukee in 1959 but hitter, retiring the last 22 Pirates Hal Lanier son of the former rookie's shot with his 22nd cir bright-eyed little girl with the since 1880.League perfect

Marv Throneberry a 32-inning: Rooted For BunningThe lost the game 1-0 on a 13th inning in order, and drove in both NL pitcher collected four of I cuit. blonde curls and the big smile The game first regular season ma.

it j fans with Bunningall hit. A National League Chicago runs in the Lew
V doubleheader you name -until were opener. sat behind home plate on a jor league perfect game in 42
a slim sidewinder from the way and the 32-year-old pitcher hadn't won a perfect Burdette allowed five hits Father's Day doubleheader at

; Southgate, Ky., came along and, right-hander an NL newcomer game since 1880. through seven innings in the second Shea Stadium and listened to the years.The first pitcher of the modern -

treated the New Breed to the after nine years with Detroit, Bunning also became the first game before yielding to Lin- fans talk about Jim Bunningand era to pitch a perfect

sweetest sight of all-perfec. didn't let them down. Pinpointing to win no-hitters in each league, 'dy McDaniel. i1T tJinin V his for perfect both gamein
quest a major leagues.
I an assortment of curve having blanked Boston in 1958 10 For Koufax
First Game Tiefenauer 1 aO 0 0 0 0
tion.And, as Philadelphia's Jim balls and sliders he retired for the Tigers. Sandy Koutax became the second CHICAGO PITTSBURGH HBP-By Lemaster V (Bateman). WP _I game. Haddix Went 12

I' Bunning set down Met after each of the 27 batters he faced, The Mets, not to be denied NL pitcher to win 10 games, A'fitano 2b abrhbi 4000 Schofield ss abrhbi 4010 Johnson SAN FRANCISCO Woodeshick.ST.T-2 LOUIS:19. A-14,798. "That's my daddy" 12-\car- Harvey; Haddix of Pittsburgh

A Met in the first flawless pitch a feat last accomplished by entirely found a place in the checking Cincinnati in the first Rodgers ss 4000 Virdon cf 4000 abrlbi abrhb I old Barbara Bunning told any pitched 12 innings of perfectball
Kuenn
Williams If 4010 Clemente rf 4 0 0 0 rf 5100 Flood d 5110
ing performance in modern National Don Larsen of the New York record book too. Their three game with the help of Frank Santa 3b 3 0 0 Stargell 1b 3000 Lanier 2b 5243 Brock If 4221 who cared to listen while her 32- against Milwaukee in 1959

League history-a 6-0, no-, Yankees in a 1956 World Series hits in the nightcap, won by the Howard, who drove in two runs Cowan Banks Ib cf 3000 4000 Lynch Freese It 3b 3000 3000Ott Mays J.Alou cf It 5000 4111 White Boyer Ib 3b 3020 4000 year-old father toiled againstthe but lost in the 13th inning. Don

Phils 8-2 tied the low hit total with a single and his 15th rf 422OMazerskI2b31lO Cepeda Ib 5131 Skinner rf 4012 New York Mets.
hit, no-base runner masterpiece game. Davenp't Larsen of the New York Yan-
Schaffer c 3000 Pagliaroni c 3 0 1 1 3b 4 1 1 0 Groat ss 4010
in the first game of a Sunday'' Charlie Robertson pitched a for a doubleheader. homer. Vada Pinson doubled Jackson p 4032 Veale p 3000 Crandall c 5011 Javier 2b 4010 Then after slim Jim fired a kees pitched a perfect game in
Totals 33 2 6 2 Totals 30 1 3 1 Pagan ss 3131 McCarver c 3 0 0 0
doubleheader-the Shea Stadi regular season perfect game for While Bunning was spinning Sanford p 1000 Simmons p 2 0 1 :3 third strike past Met pinch hit- the 1956 World Series against
Chicago: .. ... .......'"- 001 000 061-1 Perry ph-p 0000 James
them for the league-leading :Pittsburgh ............. Oil 000 000-1 Gagliano ph ph 1000 1000 ter John Stephenson for the 27th Brooklyn."I .

Phillies, the rest of the league HistoricBox E-Mazeroski. Freese. DP-Pittsburgh Totals 37ll37Totals 33'03 consecutive out and the first National
I. LOB-Chicago 8, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis .. .. ." .. joi 000 000-3 was aware I was pitching
Bice Sets went about its business with 2B-Pagliaroni, Ott. SBWilliams.IP San Francisco _. 202 001 002-J League perfect game in a perfect game from the fifth \

Hope surprising though less spectacular ScoreNEW Jackson W. 9.5 .. 9 H 3 R 1 ER 1 BBSO 0 4leate -San E-Skinner. DP-San Francisco 1. LOB 84 years Barbara and her inning on," the 6foot.3, 190-
L, 6-.5. 8 1.3 6 2 2 4 4 Francisco 9. St. Louis 7.
V mother made their
results.Colts VcBean .... .. 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 2B-Cepeda 3, Skinner. White 2, Lamer way throughthe pounder said. "I kidded aboutit
Seventh T-2:23. HR-Brock (3)' Lanier (1)). Mays (22). crowd to the playing field.
on the bench and the
SB-White. S Sanford, boys
-
Perry 2
Houston climbed into seventh YORK (AP-Box scoreof Second Came IP H R ER BB SO kidded right back. Jinx? I don't
CHICAGO PITTSBURGH
State Swim Mark place and sent Milwaukee reeling Jim Bunning's perfect game abrhbl abrhbl Sanford Perry W. .5-7.. .... *S 7 2 3 0 3 0 1 1 3 3 I A Big Kiss believe in jinxes." l
r for the Philadelphia Phillies Stewart 2b 3211 Schofield ss 4010 Simmons. L. 7-6 .
to ninth with 5-2 and 5-4 6 1 5 4 3 3
Rodgers ss 4121 Bailey 3b 4021 Craig ..... -..- 3 .s 2 2 0 1 To the delight of photographers -. The jinx reference was to an
victories over the Braves Chicago Sunday against the New York Williams If 5231 Clemente rf 4 0 0 0 T-2.28. A-25.S4S. I j
LEESBURG Bice Hope ofj V 15-17 100 yard backstroke swept 'a twin bill from Mets in the ficst game of a dou- Santo Banks 3b Ib 5012 4011 Stargell Burgess If c 4011 4120 PHILADELPHIA First NEW Game Barbara gave her beam old baseball superstition that a

Gain svillc's Golf and Country Forest Hope, first. Pittsburgh 2-1 and 7-2. Los An- bleheader. Cowan cf 501 Clenden'n 1b4000 abrhbl YORK abrhbi ing father a big kiss. Bunning pitcher does not mention a no-
Clemens rf 3221 Virdon cf 3000 Briggs cf beamed hitter while he is working
Club swimming team set a new 13-14, medley relay, Jimmy geles split with Cincinnati, win- PIDLPHIA AB RHO A Bi Bertell c 300 Mazer-ski 2b 3 1 0 0 Hernst'n Ib 4100 4000 Hunt Hickman 2b cf 3000 3000 > even more. on

I state AAU record and won the i 3arkley, Ken George Scott ning 4-2 and losing 2-1. San Briggs cf _.4 10200 McDaniel Burdette p p 2010 1000 Blass Freese p ph 1000 1000 Callison Allen 3b rf 4121 3011 Christo'r Kranep Ib rf 3000 3000 It's a wonderful feeling the one.Bunning to the

trophy as outstanding boys'Whit Courtney sixth. Francisco trimmed St. Louis 7-3 Herrnstein Ib _.4 0 0 7 0 0 Lynch ph 1 0 0 0ToI.ls : Covington If 2 0 0 0 Gonder c 3000 Philadelphia right-hander said came major
35 7 12 7 Totals 33 2 t 2 Wine pr-ss 1 1 0 0 Taylor' leagues in 1955 with the Detroit
swimmer in his age group at the 15-17, medley relay, Forest in a single game. Callison rf _4 1 2 1 0 1 Chicago .. .. .. .. .001 100 203-7 T.Taylor 2b 321 0 C.Smith ss if 3000 3000 after the 6-0 victory. "I still and in nine

three day meet which ended :Elope, Dick Olinger, Bice Hope, Bunning and everyone else Allen 3b _3 0 1 0 2 1 Pittsburgh VVVVV..V._000 000 118-1E Triandos Rolas) ss-lf c 3010 4122 Altman Samuel ph 2b 2000 1000 can't believe it. I feel wonderful compiled Tigers a ,record of seasons in.,

here Saturday night. Larry Brasington, third. -credited Phils' second base- Covington If _.2 00100 -Stewart, DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Chicago Bunntng p 4012 Stallard p 1000 just wonderful." 113-87
t Pittsburgh 4. Kanehl
ph 1000 cluding a 20-game victory
1 Hope swam the 100 yard 13-14, 50-yard freestyle Bice man Tony Taylor with the.aWine ss _1 1 0 2 1 0 2B-Stargell, Clemens Santo. Williams. Steph'son ph 1 0 0 0 "He had everything," catcher sea
in
son 1957. He traded to
butterfly in 1:00.3 as compared -.Hope, second. V game's fielding gem. Taylor T.Taylor 2b _.3 2 1 0 3 0 (2)Bailey). Burdette.Banks 3B-Stargell.SFStewart.IP HR-Clemens. I..Totals: 32454T.eaIs. 27550 Gus Triandos said. "Good fastball the Phils along with was

to the old mark of 1:01.1. He;! 15-17, 50 yard freestyle Forest dove to stop Jesse Gonder's Rojas ss-lf __..3 01300 H R ER BBSO Philadelphia .... .... ....... II* OM 000-6 good slider good curve. Triandos
Burdette W, 3-1 7236 2 1 0 3 PlewYork ... .. .. .. .. .. .. last winter. The victory was his
also took a first place in the 100- Hope, fourth. fifth inning bid in the hole and Triandos c _,.4 1 2 11 1 2 McDaniel VV .. .1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 ooo ooo oo-o His curve vas his best p'tch. \
E-None. seventh against two losses this
Blass. L 3-4 .6 4 2 2 3 1 LOB-Philadelphia' | 5New
V V
freestyle. 13-14, 100 yard breaststroke, threw Gonder out from a kneeling Junning p ?__.4 01002 Face .'" 23 3 2 2 0 0 York O. Most of his strikeouts, maybeall
yard Totals .__. 32 6 8 27 7 6 Priddy ..... ... 1132 0 0 1 2 2B-Trlandos. Bunning. HR-CalJlson. SHerrnsten of season.
Among his other accomplishments Bice Hope, sixth. position. Sisk .. .. 23 3 3 3 0 1 Rolas. them came on the
in yard freestyle Bice NEW YORK N AB RHO A Bi Butters .... 1.3 0 0 0 1 1 I P H R ERIBSO curve." i iI
were a second place 13-14,100 Elsewhere Houston's Rusty WP-Sisk, Butters. T-2.19. A-16,250. Bunning, W. 7-2 e o 0 10 I
the 100 yard backstroke, a Hope, first; Robert Scott, Staub went on a four-hit, two- lickman cf _3 00200 First Game Wakefield Sfallard L, 49. .... 5237 I' I 43 I Bunning, who also pitched aI
HOUSTON MILWAUKEE 13 0 0 o 0 0
third place in the 100-yard individual fourth. homer spree against Warren Hunt 2b _.._3 00320 abrhbl abrlibl Sturdivant .. 3 l 0 a 0 3 no-hitter in the American

medley a second place 15-17 200 yard freestyle relay -'II Spahn and two successors in the Kranepool Ib _3 0 0 8 0 0 Lillis 2b If 3000 31 20Clinecf Boiling 2b 4020 4020Spangler WP-Sfallard./ T-2.19. League as a member of the Detroit -

in the 50 yard freestyle and a Hope Olinger Brasington opener with Milwaukee. Second Christopher rf _3 0 0 4 0 0 Games rf 4011 Aaron rf 4000 PHILADELPHIA Second NEW Game YORK Tigers struck out 10 Metsin
.
White Cf 0 0 0Aspro'nte
sixth place in the 100-yard Hope. game homers by winning pitcher Gonder c ._...300710 3b 4 Sl2OMaye-lf 1 1 Alou Ib 4010 Briggs cf abhbj 5111 Hickman ab r n bi his Sunday masterpiece. He

breaststroke. He also swam en 15-17,100 yard freestyle, Forest Ken Johnson and Joe Gaines R-Taylor If _3 00100 Grote Staub c Ib 4010 l2l3Torrec Schneider pr 0 4121 0 0 0 Callison Herrnst-n Ib 5 0 0 0 Hunt 2b cf 5000 5000 went to a 3-2 count on only] two I
Colts the four- C. Smith ss _3 00110 Kasko ss 4010 Menke 3b 4000 rf 3 1 1 1 KranepIb 3000 batters but had his I
two relay squads. Hope, third. helped the sweep S'vers Pll-1b 2 0 1 0 "ristoVr rt 5011 pitching
Samuel 3b 2 Bruce p lOlOWoodw'rdssll3O Allen
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The complete list of Golf and Spahn p 2011 Amaro 3b 1010 R.Taylor If 3110 4010 gem preserved by a great
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Club contestants placIng Bailey ph 1000 ss 3000 play by Tony
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in STANDINGS Wakefield p _0 00000 Houston V .. .. 100 201 010-J Re jj5 ss-lf 2111 Steph'son 3b 0 0 0 0 'I
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relay Martha Elfe, Joan AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE Totals 27 0 0 27 8 0 gler.HR-Staub SF-Games.2 (4 Torre (11) S Span- Philadelphia ...... ... 301 120 000-S grounder smashed in the holes I ; Panetela!
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Knight, New York 37 23 .617 Phila'phia 38 23 .623 a-Ran for Covington in 6th. Bruce W, 7.1. 11 2 2 0 2 E-'IIf'1' 2. T. Taylor' Wine. DP-New I'Jesse Gonder. MAN
Cross, fifth.Eight.andunder. Boftinwe' 39 23 .60 San Fran 37 26.586 2 b-Grounded out for Wakefieldin Spahn L. 5-6 -. S 2.3 10 1 4 1 2 York 1. LOB-Phlladetphia. 7. New York Taylor made a!
butterfly Chicago 34 25 J76 2V* Cincinnati 34 28 .548 4V4 Blasingame .... 11-30 0 0 0 1 11.. diving stop of it and threw out
25yard Minnesota 33 31 .514 6 Pittsburgh 33 29 .532 SVj 6th. c Struck out for Sam- Hoeft _. ._. 2 3 1 1 0 0 28-C Virogton. T. Taylor. HR-Brlggs UKES'EM
Sloan third. Cleveland 30 30 .SCO 7 Chicago 30 30 .500 TVi WP-Spahn 2. T-2.24 (1). Callison (10). SF-Oalrymple, Wise. the runner from his knees. TRIM AND SLIMWhichShapeSuitsYou
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Boston 32 34 .485 I St. Louis 32 33 .492 I uel in 9th. d-Struck out for Second Game HII MM SO I. "
11-12 50 yard freestyle, Dix Detroit' 21 33 .459 fVi Houston 32 34 .485 I Vj Sturdivant in 9th. HOUSTON MILWAUKEE Wise. W. 1-0 .... .if 3 2 0 3 0 "What a play, Bunning.
29 37 .439 11 Milwaukee 30 34 '.469 9V* Klippstein .. .3 ?
Los Angeles abrItbI ab r h M I 0 0 2 2 shouted. "What a play that Taylor -
ie Cox, fifth. Washington 2* 39 .426 12 New York 20 47 J31 21 Philadelphia ._ 110 001 000- Lillis 2b .S23CCIin.cf 4020 Lary U 0-2 .....4 7" 6 3 2 "
medley re- Kansas City 25 39 .391 14 White cf 4000 Baths 2b 4 1 1 0 Sturdivant .V .1 1 2 2 0 0 made.
If 13-14 200 yard I SATURDAY'S RESULTS Yesterdays ResultsPhiladelphia New York 000 000 000-0 Games rf ll22Aaronrf 5023 Hunter ...... .2 2 0 0 0 0 said
Cofrin. 6-8 New York 0-2 Bond If Wake field .. .. .1 O. 0 0 Bunning that was when
V Sloan, Pam Los Angeles 3. Cleveland 1. N 3I2lMayelf 4010 0
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lay, YESTERDAYS RESULTSNew Houston 5-5. Milwaukee 2-4 i None. LOB-Philadelphia Sparkler' If 0000 Bailey c 3010 Cisco .....-.1 11 0 0 0 0 he sensed that the masterpiecewas
Lisa Summerlin; Cindy Clardy, York 2-2. Chicago 0. 1. 2nd game 17 Chicago 2-7. Pittsburgh 1-2 5, New York 0. Aspro'nte 3t 4 0 1 1 Oliver ph-Io 1110 V Wise faced .1 man In 7M" Larvin. faced
I Innings San Francisco 7. St. Louis 3 Staub Ib l0l0Torrelb-c 3010 1 man In within reach. "I told 'em I
fifth. Washington 13-5. Kansas City 2-2 2B Triandos, Bunning. HR Bateman c 3000 Menke 3b-ss 3000 H8P.-By Klippstem (Kranepool. Steph "
to dive for he said.
freestyle relay -Boston f, Baltimore 6 TODAY'S GAMESLos Kasko ss 4000 Woodward ss 1 0 enson) by Lary (Roles). by Sfurdivant everything,
11-12, 200 yard '''Los Angeles 4. Cleveland' 1 Angeles(Ortega 3-2) at Milwaukee -Callison. Herrnstein, Rojas Johnson 3llIAIoupt, 1000Woodesh (Rolas). WP-Wis Kll P stein 2. Hunter. But there wasn't the need for! 'V
Sturdivlnt.
Daryl Crow 'k p 1 0 0 0 Woodward ss I 0 0 0 PB-Gonder. T-2:51. A-32-
Dee.. Pooley, Detroit 4. Minnesota' 2 I IP H ER BB SO 024.
another. He
Todays Games Sadowskl 2-4 or Blasingame Gnight Alou ph 1000 continued to methodically -,
Edie Cofrin, Dixie Cox, sixth.BO's New York (Hamilton 4-0 or Sheldon 1..0) San Francisco (Manchal 8-3) at Cincinnati xBunning, W 9 0 0 0 010 DeLaHoz 1 0 0 0Lemaster First Game set the Mets down in
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Cleveland (McDowell 3-0) at Minnesota Games Mathews ph 0 1 0 0 abrhbi. order while the tension: mount-
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freestyle, Pascual t-3), night Stallard L.5 2-3 7 6 6 4 3 Ranew ph 1110 abrhbi
15-17, 200 yard San Francisco It Cincinnati 2. twt-fiight I Carty ph 1000 Griffith lOl0KIauTh 3.18
second. Washington Rudolph 5-4. at Us Angeles Pittsburgh at New York NLos Wakefield 1-300000 Totals 333ST.fals 344113 : Gilliam 3b 1018 Rose ph-2b 1000 ed.Then
V Forest Hope, (Latman 25). night Milwaukee N Parkerlb.rf400Ha.irH came the ninth and the
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butterfly, Houston at St. Louis. N 3 1000 3 4010 Pinson cf 4120
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13-14, 100 Tomorrows Games Chicago at Philadelphia 2. twt-ntght ,Milwaukee V. 000 010 211-4 T.Davis 4220ioiw,1b 4121 32,904 rabid Met fans suddenly V.V
Washington at Los Angeles. NDetroit x-Bunning struck out Hick- Howard rf 4222 Robinson rf 4010 -i
first. became Bunning boosters. He
Hope I at Kansas City 2. twwlght INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW E-None. DP-Houston 2, Milwaukee 1. Fairly Ib 0888 Cardenas 400 8
13-14. 100 yard backstroke. Cleveland at Minnesota.'N man 3, C. Smith, Hunt, Krane- LOB-Houston 5. Milwaukee .. Roseboro 3081 Edwords ss 4821 got Charlie Smith to foul out
Boston at Chicago. N L Pd. G 2B-Aspromonte. CUrie Aaron Boiling.HR Oliver 2b 4021 Boros 2810
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Bice Hope third; Robert New York at Baltimore, NSqualls Jacksonville 38 27 .585 pool, Christopher, R. Taylor, -Johnson (1). Games I PHRERBBSOV (2). S-Bolting. %2 Hit *** ,," 1555 Pinch hitter George Altman

Scott, sixth.Hicks. Rochester 33 25.56t 1 Altman, Stephenson. Johnson w. M 42-3 5 3 2 4 3 Koufas RJVliller p p 1866 OXeman Purkey p 2068 struck out. Then came two
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Buffalo 35 27.56.S IV* Owen ph 1866 quick strikes on Stephenson.
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Toronto 36 28 J63 1 Sudol, Pryor Secory Burkhart. Smith .. 1-30 0 0 II 37 4 16 4 Totals 3322
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Slow Richmond 29 36444 9 Hoeft VVVV... VV 2 2 2 2 S 2 LOS AH9les .. ..... ... 616 601 OIS-4 *
Leads Columbus 24 37 J93 12 A-32,026. Blasngame; .V V V 1 0. 0 0 1 Cincinnati V. .. .. Ml sos 600-2
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Toronto 3. Columbus 2 2B-T. Davis Pinson. Johnson 2.mcJn-1 McKinleyFaces
Pin Tourney I Rochester 4-4. Jacksonville ..1 Cedar Key Latest :SF wards. HR-Howard (15) SB-
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MIAMI (AP-Running) about Syracuse 11 4-3. Richmond Atlanta 11Buffalo 9Yesterday's IP H R EF BB :. Ban T ; :
ORLANDO (APAfter four an hour behind! schedule be- Results KoiKax, W, IM 6 7 2 2 1 5
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of competition and ,Columbus $-C, Toronto 5-2 :PurkeyL3.4.V 7 5 J 3 1 3 r; ,
weekends cause of squalls, the powerboat Buffalo 4-1. Richmond 2-t Cinderella Horse Duren .... n._ J 2 1 1 8 IWP At
with one more to go, Jim Hicks Syracuse, Atlanta 4-7. -Pvrkey 2. T2:1&S.cwd Tourney %
TX-41 relueled at sea off Oregon Jacksonville 7. Rochester 4 Game V
of Columbia, S.C. leads the all- Todays Games LOS ANGELES CINCINNATI SUBUME3
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Men's Bowling Tournamentwith early this morning on its at- Atlanta at RochesterJacksonville at Syracuse By TED MEIER I I, It used to be that Cedar Key W.D.vlsd Griffith :3b IS1IC1.us2b 4SIIHarPOFII 3680 ISIS -Officials of the Wimbledon BLUNTPANETCU

of 1,980. tempt to break the (Only games scheduled) Associated Press Sports Writer Iwould take a long early lead Fairly Ib I$1SPI'sond, 2116 Tennis Tournament considered
a score
New York speed Miami-tO-j FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Cedar Key is the latest cinderella then fade. In the Bowling Green, T.Davis Howard I11S.lotins1b ISIlRoblnso'trf 4025 2112 today whether to bar Chuck I 2n150

Hyde King of Camden, S.C., WLPd.GI. horse of the turf. jockey Manuel Ycaza kept him Moon Oliver pn 2t 3666 lISSBOros3b Cardenas ss 4616 401 6 McKinley from playing-just as I .1

is second with 1,965 and Art Barring unforeseen mechanical -St.Ft. Petersburg Lauderdat 39 41 23.62t 23 .641 -1 Just an ordinary $6,500 platera off the pace while Puyallup spedto Camilli R'seb'opls.clJyp 2866 Smith c 4616 3616 he was about to start the defense -

Braun of Orlando third with or weather difficulties, the Lakeland 37 2I.56f 4V* at Bowie the a 10-length lead. Trace'ski ss 3866LJMUIer of his title. MILD AND SATISFYING :
Daytona Beach 35 %7.56S S year ago 4-year-, p 2628PTter ,
boat out of
with 1,959.In 41-foot, four-engine Sarasota X 35 .462 111', old gelding won his fifth straight This time it Cedar ph-lb 1666 I The American Davis Cup star
was Key
Beach is expectedclip Tampa 27 38 .415 14V* Totals 331llTpfafs 30252
the singles division Bob Daytona 26 39 .<<0 15V* stakes Saturday by taking the from San Antonio, Tex, was in I
Miami .
the despite top weight of 130 pounds :&.asAii" ..t ... .. .. ... 606 106 606-1CmcbHUtl
McGrew of Orlando leads with a healthy chunk off Orlando 21 43 Ja 20 $28,850 Bowling Green Handicapat ........---..... 266 666 00_1E trouble. over a'feature advertised -

723, followed by Arnold Johnsonof record of 46 hours and 23 minutes Yesterdays Results Aqueduct. He now has earned who responded readily when -f airty. DP-Los Angeles 1, Cincinnati for next week's Sunday
set last Fort Lauderdale 2. Miami 1 1. LOB-Los Angeles 5, Cincinnati ML '
Rossville, Ga., with 721 and year. I Daytona Beach 7. Orlando $154,914 in eight starts thisyearand Ycaza urged him and swept to' 28-T. Davis. Pinson. Robinson. HR Times. Competitors are forbid- I

Clyde King of Camden, S. C., The boat Is skippered by own- Lakeland St. Petersburg 4. Tampa 4, Sarasota 3 1 seems headed for an invitation a 3 length victory over Irish V Johnson. SB-W. Davis.IP S H-Harper.It ER IB soL den to write for newspapers

716. er Charles F. Johnson, 67, of Todays Miami Games to the Washington. D.C. International Dandy in the stakes record B. Miller.Miller.U8-I6V352251. 16 6 6 CO during the two weeks of the FIVdt2PpedfivePock3JP1011 ::

The team standings are un West Palm Beach, holder of the Orlando Daytona It Beach Fort at L.auclerd.11 at Laurel in Novem time of 2:413-5 for the IHmUesover Perranoskl ?,.. 1 '3" I' I S tournament, which begins to-
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I Gainesville Sun Mond2Y, June 22., 964Remarkable .

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t By ARTHUR DALEY It was in adversity that Venturi found himself as both a prostration gave him the shakes. His putter rattled In his Casper with 69, Jacobs with his astounding 64 and Venturi j

35tui $nrk Timra golfer and as a man. hands on the 17th and he three-putted for a bogey. He drew with the big 66 when both the pressure and the heat were.

A half-dozen Franciscan another the 18th and had settle for a still remarkable most intense.
NEW YORK When Ken Venturi's golf fell apart or more years ago the slim San bogey on to
game would Both Jacobs and Palmer faltered when each had his biggest 1
\ not have educed that reaction. He was then the Golden 66.
a coup1e- of
yars ago, expert tinkerers tried to put it to
gether again. They failed. He was so disorganized that he Boy from the Golden Gate. A protege of Byron Nelson, A doctor ministered to him and the paramount question chance on the killing fourth round. Venturi did not, ,

could not even clear expenses for two full seasons. Jack he had a flawless golfing style and everything caine almosttoo became: Can Venturi avoid total physical collapse on his fin- although he had a more valid excuse than they did becausehe

Burke offered an analogy that was all too true. easy. He had been considered a far more promising al round? In mid-afternoon a wild rumor swept over the was closer to physical exhaustion. Hence it was a richly

"It was like scientists taking a cat into a laboratory," golfer as an amateur than Arnold Palmer and he almost won course that Venturi had keeled over on the seventh hole and deserved triumph that he achieved.

he said. "They dissect and cut away. Pretty soon there is the 1956 Masters as an amateur. He was irritatingly cocky could not continue. The rumor was false although Ken feltso Sweet are the uses of adversity, says Shakespeare. No

no more cat." and would have won no popularity contests. Yet this was bad by the 14th that he cut his walking pace in half. one is more aware of this than Ken Venturi.

Eight months ago Venturi had plunged into the depths of not the real Venturi. By sheer will power he held himself together to the end.

despair. He was ready to quit. But then he found the inner Now he has become a man of infinite charm, considerationand All his life he had been a hard-luck guy. Twice he lost Ainericim

strength to give it one more try. He pieced his game together humility with a personality that glows with the same Masters championships that he seemed to have in his grasp. LeagueCLEVELAND

again with laborious persistence and now he is the electrifying voltage of Palmer himself. And he won even Muscle spasms and other injuries interfered with his swing

United States Open champion in as dramatic and as heart- more hearts by the way he produced his stunning triumph, and his swing disintegrated to nothingness. But in the Open -- '

warming an exhibition that this ancient classic of the links his first in any tournament since 1960. This was drama of everything clicked. abrhM LOS ANGELES abrhbi Mew Yerk SOS SIS OM SOS SM SI-1
:IIic.,. lOt Ill SOS SOS SOS -1E
has known. the highest sort. "The he said Howser ss 4000 Piersall If 4131
good Lord was looking down on me today Davalillo cf 4OIOPower Ib 3000

Just as important, perhaps, is the fact that his fellow pro- In his morning round on Saturday in the Cauldron that fervently afterward. "Everything worked from the first putt Wagner If 3. 1 OFregosi ss 3000 -Kubek. Buford Wels 2. DP-New

fessionals rejoiced in his success, delighted that one of their was Washington's Congressional Country Club. Venturi was this morning to the last one this afternoon. It was when Alvis RbTiano 3b c 2100 4000 Clinton Perry cf rf 3001 4000 'C:fork hicago X 14.25Buford.Chicago. 2. LOB-New York 12.

most popular members had completed the long journey on his way to equaling Tommy Jacobs' unbelieveable record that first putt dropped that I felt I could win. It hung on Browntb-sslOlOSa'anoph-3b1000 Chance Ib 4 0 3 1 Torres 3b 2110 4:rew. Landis. Lopez.Downing.SB-Richardson Weis. S Mc-

score of 64. Then the approach of what almost was heat the lip for a minute and then fell in. On my last puttI 4000 Rodgers ; 3110 IP H R RBBSO
:1aJ'II 2000 Knoop bC 3111Koran I:Owning ... ... 12 7 1 1 413
was only trying to get close to thecup.. It also fell in. pfl-2bl0005eiinsky p 3000 en.ff ... ..... 1-3 2 0 1 0
...... 0 0 2 2
\Mikkelsen/ 2230
T.rel 32141 Total 294C5
"I had one putt today that was supposed to break to the .Stafford. W, 4-0.2 1. 0 I 1

back.It's right. But I pushed it to the left. It fell in How Cleveland ................to* lOt Ml-ILM i 1 brian ...... .. C 7 1 1 0 i
anyway. .. .. 2 0 0 1 0
Angeles ......... .... ..OM 041 OOx-4 Wilhelm 3
about that?" cisher .. 4 1 0 0 2 4
Ferrari Once E-Romano 2, Satrlano. DP-Cleveland I,Wossl. L. 1-1. 1 1 1 8 2 1
Again
He laughed with a joyousness that still couldn't quite hide 2. Los Angeles 2. LOB-Cleveland 7. Los T-4.32. 06.-39.316. I

his utter weariness. Angeles 4.2B.Piersall..
;. SB-Piersill.
"Last year I could play well physically," he admitted, "butI IP H R ERBBSOKrallck DETROIT sbrbbl MINNESOTA abrhbl

L. 7-2 ....4235 4 1 i 3 .. .. .
wasn't lOll ab r h bi
ready mentally. The man who straightened me Siebert ..... ...21.31 0 S 22 Lump 2t
Bell ..... ....1 8 I 0 0 2Belinsky. Wood Ib 3110 Versalles ss 4000
out was a priest, Father Frank Murphy. He talked to me and Cash ph-lb 1000 Rollins 3b 4000
W, 5-3 ..12-34 1 1 2 *
wrote me letters. I read those letters over and over likea Duliba ....._.. .. 1-3 0 0 0 I Kaline rf 3111 il000llvarf Killebrew 3121 4010

In Rugged Le Mans Test Bible. The main thing he told me was to keep my 11.242 HBP-By Belinsky (Alvis). T-2.25.: A- Thomas Demeter Cf c if 3012 4010 Allison Minscner cf ib 3 4010 1 1 0

composure so that I wouldn't allow myself to be too elated M-Aoliffe 3llIKlndaIl2b 4011
First Came 4111 Zim'rman 1 0 0 9
Phillips 3b C
by good shots or downcast by bad ones. It worked. I finally WASHINGTON KANSAS CITY Wick'sham p 4 0 0 0 Kostro ph 1 0 0 0

proved I could do that I for and abrhbi abrkbi McCabe 1000
something hoped prayedfor
1' Blas'ame 2b 5 3 2 0 Causey ss 3110 Sttgnnan 2000
By ROBERT DALEY ed but happy spectators. j Bondurant. It was hampered by miles, both records, Not a drop all my life." Hinton If 5231 Williams ss 0000 Hall ph 1000
Hunt If 1000 Green 2b 3111 Total 32 4 7 4 Totals' 32 2 t 2Detroit
( New flork! Himrfl I Sunday night tons of refuse overheating at the end and was of rain fell, there was not even The 64th Open on the long and pitilessly hot Congressional King rf 4342 Charles 3b 4010
Valentine 0000Colavilorf 3010 . .. .. ... .. .. 300 000 100-4
LE MANS France The,4llitter the stands and grounds to lapping 20 seconds per lap much fog at dawn, and the magnificent links was a magnificent and memorable tournament. Skowron Ib 4121 Tartabull rf 0 0 0 0 .'Minnesota .. .. .. .. .. . 000 000 001-2

be cleaned up before next year. slower than its peak. Fifth was Ferrari engine never There were only eight sub-par rounds -Palmer with 68 and Ph'lips pr-lb 0100 Gentile Ib 4011
hours of Le Mans, this year as Lock cf 5225 Alusik Ib 0000 E-None. DP-Detroit 1. Minnesota 1.
..1m...... .... _"A,, ........:...1 .... .......I The winning car was a fae- a G.T. Ferrari driven by the missed a beat. 69, Gay Brewer with 69 and 68, Bob Charles with 68, BillyBo's Brumley 3000 Bryan c 3010 lOB-Detroit 5, Minnesota ,.
awax a IUUUI \,;ai&iiva l a&L;: : Zimmer 3b 5131 Duncan c 1000 JB Freehan. HR-Philips (1), Oliva
ended at 4 Sunday I tory Ferrari 3.3-liter sports prototype :Belgians Lucien Bianchi and Ken'dy pr-3b 0 0 0 Jimenez If 3010 (13).-
race, p.m. Brinkman ss 5 0 1 0 Mathews cf 4000 IP H R ER IB SO
after a full day nearly 3,000 driven by Jean Guichet "Beurlys. Narum p 5000 Pena p 1000 Wkh'irvW: ,.5 823 6 2 2 3 3
of France and Nino Vacarel- Joseph ph 1000 Rakrw . 1.3 0 0 0 0 0
miles of speed, danger, and Another Ferrari was sixth, Mouth Talks Hawaii Drab'sky p 1000 Stigman U 3-6 6 1.3 6 4 4 3 6
Ia of Italy two amateur enthusiasts Totals 42 13 17 10 Totals 31 2 7 2 wmtby .. . .. 1 2.3 0 0 0 0 0
noise.It making five out of the first six ,
,
Perry .. 1 1 0 0 0 0
who have moved on the Washington .. .... .. .. 104 200 141-13 HBP-By Stigman (Freehan). WP -
left in its wake three dead, fringe of big time racing for I finishers. There were 12 at tie Kansas City ... .. .. ... ... lei 000 000- 2 Perry. A-23.7U. T-2:14.

numerous broken bones a police ,start, nearly all of them factory -
\
investigation a dozen many years. They won about a ; prepared. Ferraris have His Arm Pitches MajorsBy City E-Duncan.1. lOB-Washington DP-Washington 10. Kansas 1, Kansas City BOSTON BALTIMORE

third of the roughly $40,000 prize S. abrhbl abrhbl
wrecked race cars and boundless won five times in a row now, 2B .immer. .King. 2.. Hinton, Blas-,, Schilling 2b 4 1 0 0 Brandt cf S 0 1 1Conlgti..o
exhaustion exhausteC money. and this is not just luck. mgame- Jimenez. HK-LOCK :2 110) Zimmer If 5 2 2 1 Adalr 2b 4 0 0 0
: beat 4-liter (8), Green (5). SB-Blasingame. S- Y'trze'skl cf 4 2 3 2 Powell H 5 0 2 0
drivers exhausted mechanicsand I They a factory MURRAY CHASS His request, however, was -.r ._ v-- Green. Meiias cf 0000 Siebern Ib 3120
Ferrari sports car driven by The only cars in the same IP H R ERBBSO Stuart Ib S 1 4 4 Robinson 3b 4 0 1 0
owners, exhausted carnival! Associated Press Sports Writer rejected, and Belinsky must con- :: Narum W. 7.5 .. 0 7 2 2 2 7 Malzone 3b 3011 Orsino c 5 2 2 1
Graham Hill and Jo Bonnier by I class with the Ferraris we re Bo Belinsky's mouth he tent himself with pitching for S Pena L, 7-4 .. .. .. 2 5 5 2 2 Thomas rf 4000 Johnson ss S 2 2 1
sideshow "artists exhausted says rf 4 1 1 2
three blue and white Ford 5 Santiago ..---..1132 2 2 1 0 Bressoud ss 5010 Kirkland
waiters and police and more five laps, about 50 miles. This pro- wants to go to Hawaii, but his the Angels until he earns the Stock ........ 23 0 0 0 0 1 Tinman c 4210 Barber p 1 0 0 0
all of them sleek Drabowsky .... 3137 Wilson 2100 Clmoli pft 0 0 0 0Mono'ctte
faster and driven totypes, as 5 5 1 4
than a quarter million exhaust- car was by left arm isn't helping buy the return trip. > Crzenda .. .. .. 1232 1 1 3 2 plOOOLauph I'll
professionals, .but had to make and flat as a saucer. None fin ticket. I HBP-By Narum (Jimenez), By 0,.. Bowens ph 0
he's he I Totals )t 6 II <
The going now 31 C 12
Notic of Application for Tax Deed ished. One driven by RIchi way bowsky (King). WP-Grzenda. Balk Totals

Sec 14.1*. F.S. numerous pit stops. So did the may have to wait until the Pena. PB-Brumley. T302.Second Boston .. .... ............. too 044 Ii -*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that third place factory Ferrari Ginther, led the race off and on Belinsky, Los Angeles Angels'southpaw .'inure.. ... .. .. .. .... Oil ill 200-4
winter.In
the holder Came
Atlantic Municipal' Corporation
of the following certificates has driven by John Surtees and LoI I for several hours at the begin came within one out other AL action New York f WASHINGTON KANSAS CITY
to be Issued thereon. The certificate Another driven Phil of hurling his first shutout in abrkbl abrhbi E-Malzone, Stuart. Brandt Powell. DP
ning. by
filed said certificates for a tax deed renzo Bandini. I moved into first place by sweep- Brinkman ss 4 1 1 Causey ss 3021 -Boston 1. lOB-Boston ", Baltimore 12.
numbers and years of Issuance, the, Fourth and first in the Grand :Hill, set a lap record of over nearly two years Sunday but Kennedy 3b 5 1 1 0 Green 2b 4000 2B-Tillman. Bressoud Conigl lro, Or
2-0 and 2-1 in 17 Innings Orlslno (6). KIrkland
description of the property and the'! ing Chicagi Hinton If 41 1 Charles 3b 4111 sino. HR-Stuart (13)
names in which it was assessed are as'' Touring (stock) class was a 4.7- 131 miles an hour just before it had to settle for relief help anda Boston downed Baltimore i t Skowron Ib 5032 Colavito rf 4000 (1). S Schilling. Barber. SF-Mai-
follows I 4-1 Cleveland.' ., Lock cf 5021 Alusik If 3000 zone.
: I broke down at dawn triumph over ; '" ERBOSO
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Certificate No. 324 Year of Issuance 1962 liter closed Ford Cobra prepared Sunday.The 9-6, Detroit defeated Minnesota Zimmer rf 4000 Bryan ph 1010
'.2 5 I I 4 4 5Monbouquetfe
Description of Property Pine Ridge PB Carroll and driven winning car averaged ):#,,owf4J Valentine rf 1000 Edwards c 4000 Wilson. W 4 3 2 1 1 2Blrber.
D-31 Lot 13 Name in which assessed by Shelby The victory was Belinsky'sthird 4-2 and Washington took Kansas Leppert c 3111 Joseph Ib 3000 .
1.3 5 I 3 3 3
Richard & Thelma Cobb. Dan and Bob ;L21.55 and covered 2r03 >t ( Cottier 2b 41 1 Mathews cf 3110 L. 3-4. .
by Gurney m.p.h. straight, giving him a 5-3 City 13-2 and 52. Hall 1 2-3 4 2 0StarreNe
I;) All of said property being In the i Koch p 4011 Bowsfield p 1 0 0 0 .-. .. 1 1 0 0 0 0
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County of Atachua.? State of Florida. record. He reduced his earnedrun Belinsky had a four-hit shut- v.: Wyatt p 1000 Haddix 2 1 1 I )
Unless such certificate or certificates Jimenez pt1 0 0 0
shall be redeemed according to law the average to 3.12 while scat- out until the Indians got to him Totals 3f 5 11 S Totals 32 2 5 2 1-3:22. 06.-4,723-

property certificates described will be in sold such to certificateor the highest Suns Don't Like tering six hits and striking out for a walk and two hits with Washington .........-.-. 200 110 010-S GAME

Kansas ... .. .. ... .. SATURDAY NIGHT
bidder at the court house door on nine. only one out remaining in the Mt1. City 001 000 001-2 CLEVELAND L ANGELESab
the first Monday in Month of July. h abrh
1964. which Is the 6th day pf July, game. Bob Duliba came on and' v 't' 'J E-Causey 2. lOB-Washington 10 Kan- 400 r Piersail If 4 0 i
The the first sas City 1.25Lock. Howser ss
was & .
appearance ..
retired the last batter \; Oavalillo cf 402 Pow're 3b-lb 422
1964.Dated preserving 2. Skowron ,
2 Hmfon Brink-
this 27th day of May. 164.J.
for the 27-year-old lefty since BO BELINSKY man Mathews Causey Bryan. 38 Col- Wagner If 411 Fregosl ss 401
B. CarmichaelClerk : To Give LeadBy the Angels' five-game win- tier. HR-Leppert (1), Charles .- R. Chance rf 4 0 0 Clinton rf 4 0 i
:I of Circuit Court Florida of Up he revealed last week that he ning streak. .he'll stick around IP H R ERBBSO(9) Whitfield Ib 200 Adcock Ib 4 0 i

Alachua.. County ? had asked the Angels' management Koch W 2-2 ..... 1 1-3. 2 2 I 6 Alvis 3b 302 Satrlano 3b 000
15. 22 .
(3384) 4.1. ; Kline .. .. ... 231 o o a a Azcue c; 300 Perry cf 3 0 i
to return him to Hawaii Continue Mastery e 400
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Bowsfield L.124 7. 4 2 5 Brown 300 Rodgers
TAX DEED continued their Wyatt .. . 4 3 1 1 1 John p 200 Knoop 2b 300Frcona
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International where he in the minor The Yankees 1
League standingswith pitched
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that Skeet Crown S""fc . 1 1 0 I I 1 ph 100 Newman p I 1 0
Atlantic Municipal 1 Corporation certificates the has hold-filed The Jacksonville Suns don't anybody.The leagues for a while last season. amazing mastery over Chicago, WP-Kline T-2:14. A-11.995. Touts 30 I 5 Totals $431

er of the following for a tax deed to be is- extending their record this sea- Los Angeles . .. .. .. 102 000 -3
said sued certificates thereon. The certificate numbers like to share first place in the Suns, who took over the Too Much Pressure NEW YORK First CHIGACO Game Cleveland .... .. . .. 000 100 100.:1:

and years of Issuance. the descriptionof top spot about two weeks ago. The of being a star son to 9-0 with the White SoL Goes to Getz Ibrltbl Ihltb
in pressure
the property. and the names The double victory moved the Kybek ss 3000 H'shVper Waoaen Fregosi 2. Clinton. E
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR cf 3 0 0 0 RBI -
follows scored two in the bottom of
which it was assessed are at 1962 TAX DEED runs in the big J leagues was too RlChdSOfl2b4000Bufomdpj\ 1000 None DP Cleveland 1. Los Angdes 1.
Certificate No. 244 Year W of Issuance 14 chs of EI Sec. 194.14, F.S. the ninth inning Sunday to defeat -much Belinsky contended.So Yankees eight percentage points JACKSONVILLE (APIrv Marls rf 4O0lWIs 2b 3000 LOB Cleveland X Los Angeles 7. 26Piersail. -
Description of Property Mantle cf 4 1 1 I .
.
Orioles. Robinson rf 4 0 1 0 3B-Fregosl HR-Wagner (15)
Lot NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ahead of the
cha of
I 27.125 Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder Rochester 7-6 and knock ing Getz of Miami, winning two Lopez If 0000 Ward 3b 4010 IP H R ER BB SO
9, Twp.
Sec.
2 of the following certificates has filed Bo decided! he better Home runs by Elston Howard I I Trash M-cf 4 I i 0 Cun'ham Ib .0 1 0 Jolsn.L2-6) 752235
19 E.
10 S Rge. the Red Wings out of first place events and finishing second in Howard c 3111 Nicholson
said certificates for a tax deed to be : If 3 0 0 0 McMahon 1 2 1 1 1 2
assessed J. A. & Ern- I Mantle took of
Name In which Issued thereon. The certificate numbersand !after a one-day stand. change his ways before ulcers and Mickey care two others, is the winner of the LIre Pepitone 3b Ib 3000 Hansen ss 3000 Newman W. 5-2) t 5 1 1 1 2

.stin Alt I. of Taylor said property being In the years of Issuance the descriptionof 'did more damage than American the opener. New York, however, Southeastern Open Skeet Cham-! Boyer 3b 3000 0000 Izarro Martin p c 3010 2000 -2:01.WP -A-0,681. John. .McMahon. PB-Azcue. T
in
the property, and the names
of Florida. The other six teams
State Bouton
split
County of Alachua. Al p 3010 McCraw ph I 0 0 0
which it was assessed are as follows: batters. Hawaii he needed an error by shortstop
Unless such certificates shall be redeemed League pionships. i Totals 31 2 4 Totals 31 0 40
according to law the property Certificate No. 32J Year of Isunce' 1962 doubleheaders. Buffalo extended with the bases loaded in
described In such certificate or certificates Description of Property Pine Ridge' PB was convinced, was the proper Weis Getz ran his overall score to Mew YorkChicago .. .. .... .... ... 010 000 100-
0-32 Lot 31 its winning streak to 11 win the .. .. .. .. .
will be sold to the highest bidder prescription for recovery. the 17th to nightcap. 387 and the title .. ... lOt NO oee-.a
won Sunday by
the first Name In which assessed Charliemae
door on
the court house Richmond in
at by stopping
Monday In Month of July. 1964 wh-cl Johnson Heirs games Weis fumbled Bill Stafford'sgrounder taking second place in the .12 f-Ward. lOB-New York 3. Chicago 5.
Is the 4th day of July 1944 All of said property being In the the first game 4-2, but then allowing Hector Lopezto 23-Robinson, Ward. HR-Howard (').
,
of Alachua. State of Florida. Mantle .
this 27th day of May 1944. County gauge event.W. (13) S-Kubk. ,
Dated Unless such certificate or certificatesshall lost the 8-1. had doubled IP H R ER
B. CARMICHAELClerk nightcap Syracusetook CWA score. Lopez BI SO
J. of Circuit Court .f Alachua be redeemed according to law the Utility H. Floyd of Savannah, Ga.. Bouton W, 5-4 7 2.3 3 0 0 0 5 I
Florida property described In such certificateor the first game from Atlanta with one out and reached thirdon the .12 Mikkelsen 11-31 I 0 0 I
County. certificates will be sold to the highest won gauge competitionby Pizarro L. 1-4 0 I 2 2 8 5
4.1. .. U. 22 6-4 and then lost the second walks to Howard and Phil
(3383)
_
bidder at the court house door on breaking 100 straight targets. Wilhelm .. 1 0 I I I 1
ACENDABaard the first Monday in Month of July. 7-5 while Columbus defeated Notch Wins Linz. HBP-By Mikkelsen (Wels). T-2.10.
.! Adjustment 1964. which is the 4th day of July Getz and Charles Hill of Albany
Utilities Operatians Center 1944 Toronto 8-5 and then lost 2-0. Dick Stuart belted four hits Ga. broke 99 each and Getz Second Cam
sIs Southeast ItS Avenue Dated this 27th day of May. 1964. won NEW YORK CHICAGOab
Thursday July 2. 1944-O.M P M. J. B. CARMICHAEL Jacksonville, which h as Utility Department and CWA and drove in four runs, three on in a shootoff for the runner-up r h bl abrhbi
1. A request by Kelen Conaway that the Clerk of Circuit Court of Kubek ss 4000 Wels 2b-ss 7000
homer the Red Sox
as helped
a
Board of AdJustment rehear her re Alachua County. Florida guarded first place with the notched Business League soft- points. Boyer pr-ss 2000 Robinson rf I 0 3 0
quest. Section 254 (e) of the Gainesville (3385) 6:1. 8. 15. 22 dump the Orioles from the top. Rlch'dsw2b7000Lanisd 4001
of mother hen ball wins Saturday night at Earlier Getz the .410
Code of Ordinances for a special jealousy a opened won Tresh' cf 6000Ward3b 5020
1 exception to locate a child CAr. center NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR the ninth with a home run City Park. Carl Yastrzemski had three sin- gaule shooting with 92 and the Marls rf 40lONicholsonhf 400I ,I AT
THE
In an R 2 zone Section 2931 (1) of TAX DEED and drove in two for Gonzalez 2OIISte'ensphif 20111 I
the Gainesville Code of Ordinances at Sec 194.16 F.S. by Mike Shannon to knot the gles runs .20 gauge championship by beating Pepitone Ib 7120 Hansen ss 311,1 i
1406 Northwest 5th Avenue. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that Four runs in the second and Boston. John Orsino and Willie Jacksonville's Lopez 7140 Bufordpm-2b3I5 I GAS WELL
Emery Pappy
Howard 4011 Cun'ham
Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder score 6-6. 0000Linz
J. A request by Katie Mae Williams to of the following certificates has filed third innings carried Utility Department -Kirkland homered for Balti- in a shootoff after each had 3b 5020 M'Cw ph-lb S3ll !
Downing
> construct a one family residence on a said certificates for a tax deed to be Joe Damaska and Ron Cox to a 5-3 edge over more. 3010M'PlertneyC3III1
Mantle 1000
ph Martin
Section 29-14 (3) oft issued thereon. The certificate numbers made a perfect score. e 3000Blanch'd
S substandard lot. ,
then singled and the Suns load- ph llllHomleop 3000Williamspi
CWA coasted to
the Gainesville Code of Ordinances. and years of issuance the descriptionof Hav-A-Tampa. Dave Wickersham beat Minnesota Getz also was second in .28 0000Minosoph 1000
with a front yard setback variance the property. and the names in ed the bases when another player win land
an 11-1 over Sunny for the fourth time with- Stafford p 1000 H'shb'ger ph t 0 00
from 25 feet to 21 feet In an R-lc which it wu assessed are as follows: gauge shooting with a 96. Fisher
1000
zone. Section 29-35 (2) of the Gainesville Certificate No. :342 Year of Issuance 1962 was safe on an error. Joe Packing with five. runs in the out a defeat this season. The Tiger Peters ph p Ills ,
Code of Ordinances, on lot 9, Description of Property Waites S-D PB Second place in the meet wentto
block 5 of Waite's Subdivision as recorded A-142 Lot 5 & Morgan then stepped to the fourth providing the cushion. hurler needed help from Ed Pappy with a score of 384. I

in Plat Book A. page 142. (North Lot 4 plate, singled and batted in the Rakow in the ninth after Tatals SI 2 11 1 Totals 54 1 111''
side of Northeast Sth Avenue 100 feet less S 10 ft Bk 3 I Utility Department got only Tony Team events were swept by -
East of Northeast 15th Terrace) Name In which assessed Sara Bradley winning run.Buffalo's Oliva homered and a walk and i
) Heirs & Son three hits in its win while los Savannah, Ga., shooters. Hal

3. A request by Robert Robinson to construct All of said property being In the : longest winning collected six singles by Bob Allison and Jer- Floyd and W. D. Sands won the
ing Hav-A-Tampa ,
t a one family residence on a substandard County of Alachua. State of Florida. I Kindall ..
: lot (46 feet by 87 feet) in an Unless such certificate or certificatesshall streak in 28 years ended when ;two by Denton. ry brought in another two-man contest. The five-man
R-lc zone. Section 29-14 (3) of the be redeemed according to law the I. SPECIAL -
Gainesville Code of Ordinances at 903 I property described in such certificateor .Richmond blasted the Bisons in run.George championship went to a team of

Northeast ISth Terrace (Lot 41 of Pine certificates will be sold to the highest the nightcap. In that game Harris had three hits for Thomas singled across Sands Floyd W. S. Roberts, B. I BRAKESRELINED
,
,
Subdivision In FiatS bidder at the court house door on IF I
Ridge as recorded YOU ASK MEA
hurler two for the
BookD.p.ge3L) 'the first Monday in Month of July. Richmond scored six big runs in CWA while winning runs Tigers in the Griffin and Dave Bennett.
1944. which is the 6th day. of July Luke Wilson had a pair. first while Bubba Phillips HULA, DANCE. IS OUST ,:
1964. the fifth inning and then just
\ 4 A request by Rutherford's. Inc. for a -
fixed marguee height variance from 9 Dated this 29th day of Ma1964.. toyed with the Herd. Tonight's Business League homered in the seventh. A WILD WAIST SHO\-I! !
feet to 7 feet 4 inches and I variance J. B. CARMICHAEL Senators Take Pair
for I fixed marquee to more Clerk of Circuit Court olAlachua games: withBonded
occupy Chi Chi Olivo his
than 1-3 of the sidewalk. Section 2201.2. County Florida making rield No.1, 6:30, CWA vs.I The Senators cooled off the 1495
Paragraphs (c) and (d) of Chapter (33SO ,:,. L 15. 22 first start of the season after Lining
XXII of the Building Code. at 102 West Publix; 8, Road Prison vs. Athletics, winners of eight of:

University Avenue In a BR-1 zone. Notice of Application for Tax Deed winning eight games in relief Hav-A-Tampa; 9:30, Livestockvs. their previous nine games. Don FordPlymovthChev..RannbfcrMUFFLCk
Sec. 194.14. F.S.
5A request by Hames Printing Company NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that wiThout a loss, proved his stamina Post Office. Field No. 2, Lock drove in five runs with two
for the re-establishment of a nonconforming Atlantic Municipal Corporation the4 oder be blanked Columbus 2- STOP
use of a printing shop In a of the following certificates ha*filed as 6:30, GE5.. Sunland; 8, How- homers in the opener and dou-

Gainesville BR-2 zone. Code Section of Ordinances 29-U (b) of at the II said issued certificates thereon. The for certificate a tax deed numbers fb be 0 in the second game of a dou- ard's TV vs. Gainesville Gas; bled home a run in the second

Southwest 2nd Street. and years of issuance me description bleheader. Olivo gave up only 9:30, Penn Chem vs. Smith Sin- game. Jim King had four hits
of the property. and the names In
.. A request by Henry Turner to construct which It was assessed are as follows: five hits and was in complete clair. and two RBI in the first game.

an open car port with a rear 'Certificate Description No.of 395 Property-Year Brush of Issuance Addn 1942 DB control after leaving the bases Hav-A-Tampa 111 000 0-3 6 6 AI Koch held the Athletics to
yard variance from 20 feet to 14 feet
In an R-la zone. Section 2 -35(2) of O-210 8k 24 S 63 ft of N 240 ft Of loaded in the first inning. Utility Dept. 022 010 x-5 3 2 three hits in the nightcap beforeEd
the Gainesville W 134 n of Bk 24 E of ArredondoSt. 75FU'6Jfor.30
1513 Northwest Ills Code Avenue of Ordinances(Lot 2. Block at .. Namt In which assessed F. Weaver Chuck Weatherspoon's grand- Shore, Floyd and Floyd, Shore; Charles homered in the ----" -

0 COrdedloPlatBookCpage o* the Repiat of Forest Park as re III.All of said property being In the slam home run, Ed Olivares two- Wilson and Melton. ninth. Ron Kaline relieved Koch *

M.) County of Alachua Slat 01 Florida. run blast and the fine relief Sunnyland 001 001 4 4 and retired the side. Koch sin- FOR
certificates GUARANTEED
Unless such certificate or AND
7. A TALKING ABOUT
i request by Harold Walker to con shad be redeemed according to law the CWA 03152-11111 gled home what turned out to -
.. struct a single I family dwelling with a pitching of Jerry Fosnow enabled THE LIFE OF CAR
front yard setback 25 property described In suC1certlficete and Wilson be the in "WILD WASTE" .
I feet to 11 feet t Inches variance from or certificates will be sold to the highest Atlanta to defeat Syracuse -Sullivan Luntson deciding run the

yard setback variance from and 20 a feet rear to bidder at mt court house door on 1964.the in the second and Harris, Djkes. fourth.Advcrtisamwit that's what usually happens when INSTALLED While U Wait
first Monday In Month of Juty game.
4 feet in an R-lc an inexperienced In's to .
No.
zone. Section 23SC2 which Is the 6th day of July 1944. person Transferable
of the Gainesville Cod of Ordinances. Dated this 29th day of May. 1964. Bill Roman's home run sparked ) 'play like a mechanic. Try us.j

on Commence the property described as follows: J. B. Carmichael : Atlanta in the Prescribed ..Ve KNOW our business and our I
at the Southeast comer of Clerk of Circuit Court of Syracuse past Asthma Formula INSTANT CREDIT
lot 1ft, block H of Pine Park Subdivision Alachua County. Florida c:harges ore low.SAVE .
first To Holders of Notional
at recorded In PB B-H for (3301) ,:1. 0. IS. 22 game. I
a point of beginning} thence run Credit Cords
Doctors-Available L
South 70 teeth thence run West 100 I I I.I I I Most By ,- HEREon __
feet; thence run North 70 feet, thence
.L
run East too feet to the point of tee AUTO FINANCE !
Rebuilt Generators I
giMIng.' TIIII' Property is located on I Now Without Prescription I GASWELL
the North side of Northwest this Lane DIVISION OF Starters, Fuel Pumps, .
at the Intersection with Northwest Omi. FINANCE CORP. I'I:' _. .. '_ __ I
Street. GENERAL I Stops Attacks iri Minutes, Itches iasis lor noun i Water Pumps, dutch Discs,

A Can Refinance *_i_k,M.Y.($p.ui>-Tk. asthma -iD tiny tablets called Prm&t *. and Pressure Plates
request exception by Mack to locate Shelton for I spadat Your Present Car and/or : formula prescribed more than aay These Primatene Tablets open EE MA

rvlce (I beauty parlor) In I a personal BP zon- Advance Additional Cash : ether by doctors for their private bronchial tubes loosen congestion,
ed area. Section 29-41(2) (""I) of the I patients now available to asthma relieve taut nervous tension. All CALL NOW
.Gainesville Code of Ordinance, on the I 1 On Our Special Low Rates I sufferers without pruuiptioLMedinl without painful injections.The HULL'SBRAKE
troperty described as follows: and Cut .Your Paymentsby tests preyed this formula secret Primatene combines GOODYEARTIRE
120 feet on Newberry Road known i atopa asthma attack.in minutes and in fall prescriptioa LOIJDAI SUPPLY
3 medicines (
as parcel 1 In Deed Book 333-431 as Vi in Most Cases. fires hours of freedom from recurrence CENTER
found mont effective in
recorded In the public Alachua strength)
records of .
$650 to $5,000 of painful asthma spasms.Tha
up asthma distress.
County combination for
Florida all being and I IT
lying In Section 2. Township II South. I Ia Just Call Us At 376-2511 Is formula is so leadiar effective asthma that Each performs a special par'POM.S.I..k 114 N.W. 13th ST.
It the
Range If East. This property lies I physician's forward to sleep at night,
on the South side .f Newtwrry Road I .. or Stop In Our Office IJ prescription-so* safe when used as asthma ONTIOL.c&COI Phone 372-1489
525 feet West of the Intersactton with I directed that now it can be IOld- and freeden: from spasms.
I'B tpJlet4l At 718 N. Main St.
(344Q West afl nlv.ralty AYeftIIeoi It ItP without prescription U most states Get Primateae at any drucstere. i a .-. M't _



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Alachua IrregularitiesTALLAHASSEE I L ate Morning ConEdis 89% ReyTob 4571

FLASHES I ContCan 51 StRegP Wt
MARKET N. Y. Listing DowChe 721h Seaboard 481 s

duPont 25448 Sears 1143;
(AP- Lecn NEW YORK (AP-The stock with New York Central in the AllisChal 183 IntNick 78- EAL 3148 Sinclair 45%
County Circuit Judge Hugh Tay h market resumed its advance lead and up about 1. Pennsyl- Alcoa 72i! IntPap 3278AmAfr E.Kodak 1333 Socony 81i
lor b eg an considering toda y ----i: :is early this afternoon led by! vania and Southern Railwaywere 4B Jones&L 79 Firestone 403k SouthnC 607&

what evidence would be permitted steels, autos and rails. Tradingwas up about 44. AmBrk 52% KaisAl 388 FlaP&L 75% SperryR 147i
during the trial of challengesof fairly slow. I' At noon The Associated Press AmBdPar 413s Ken'cott 814 Ford 5-1 StBrand 78

voting irregularities in Ala The trend was higher from. 60-stock average was up 1.0 at AmCan 45V Lig&My 78 FrmstDa 114 StO NJ 87h
ua County by Atty. Gen. James the start of the session. I. 209.2 with industrials ahead 1.8, AmCyan 6311 Loch'd 3-t% FreptSul 35 Studebak 711

Kynes. Trading in steel issues was' rails up .7 and utilities up .1. AmMot 15 Lorillard 444 FruehTr 31 Swift 53
Kynes attacked the May % lively as industry orders held The noon Dow Jones indus- AT&T 135 Mag'\"Ox 3244 GenDyn 27% Texaco 797

primary vote in Alachua Coun- up well at a time when a sum- trial average was up 2.18 at AmTob 337 1.11.1&1\1 603,4 GenEL 80 Thiokol 14%

ty, saying improper registra- mer lull is normally expected.U.S. 827.43. AmpxCp 16%! Mohasco 134 GenFds 8n U earb 126
tions invalidated the ballots and Steel was up around a fun Most major sections were Anaconda 42 Mons'to 804 s Gen1\Iills 3941 UnitAirc 471GenMtrs
the county's votes should be dis- point and Jones and Laughlineven higher. Utilities were mixed. Armour 501,2 MontWd 381h 904 UnFrt 23%

carded. a little more than that. Among the wider moving issues ACL 718, NatDair 81% Goodrich 511h US Steel 57%

, The action could overturn the GM and Chrysler were active Polaroid was up 2 and U.S. Babcock 32 NatDist 2645BethStl Goodyr 43 Umvl\lat 12 .
election, which Kynes lost to'I and higher by more than 4 Smelting was ahead 2. 3H4 N.AmAve 264 B Greyhnd 55 WestgEI 30%
Rep. Earl Faircloth of Dade r, n point. Ford was ahead but by IBM gave up 1, Harris Inter- Boeing 53% Penney 55% Gulf Oil 56% WinnDix 37

\ County by 599 votes. -i less as the company's chairman .type gained more than 1. Borden 74t PRR 3H8 Hon 132 Woolwth 28
In today's pretrial conference, ; / implied the company was readyto I Prices were higher on the Brunswk 9% PhilMor 80 InUlarv 78
Judge Taylor said he wanted to suffer a strike rather than American Stock Exchange. CaterTr 64 PhillPet 493 t

get at the facts in case of an ap- accede to union demands, one I Corporate bonds advanced.U.S. Celanese 634 RCA 34 He's

peal so that the appellate report said; government bonds were Chrysler 51 RepStJ 45 Charged
judge could have facts before 1 Rails were generally higher unchanged to slightly higher. ComEd 4838 Revlon 36 In Truck WreckWillie

him. He indicated that he could : 4

,: rule on the case without going : t. II James Davis, Santa Fe,
YOUR
through a trial. : MONEY'S WORTH ) was charged with driving with-
; Judge Taylor received from ; out a license and on the wrong
, Kynes' attorney, Lewis Hall of side of the road after his 1953
; Tallahassee, samples of what be N 1 truck ran off the road and roiled

called typical irregularities in ;. What's Your Dollar Worth? i1 over Saturday night three

,. the registration of voters. a- :) miles north of Santa Fe on State
The samples showed defects, Road 121.

I Hall said, because they con- Her Melon MajestyJanis ; His wife, Minnie Pearl, 28,

tained no seal of the supervisorof By Sylvia Porter .W1 and daughter, Alice, 10, were
registration; some were initialed Lynn Biewend, 17, of Gainesville, beams happily as she sits on the .' IWhat's :treated and released at AlachuaGeneral

by deputies in handwriting Newberry Watermelon Festival queen's throne. The 1964 queen, sponsored by Hospital.HELD.
< initialed and the Gainesville your dollar worth? which economists appreciatebut era finally ended? or why not -
; some were ; Exchange Club, succeeds Kay Wright of High Springs to the
the It's worth only 32 cents if you which few others fully t n- start with 1964-the of the
information on melon throne. She is flanked year
some bore no by (left ) Sara Sanders of High Springs, first
I citizenship of the voter. runner-up in the queen contest; and Nancy Lee Willingham of Gainesville, earned and put it away in 1913. derstand. great tax cuts? mu

Kynes was appointed to the second runner-up. (Sun photo by Bob M eeker) The dollar which would have You can't make the dollar Just as you can make the dol-
by Gov. Far- bought 100 cents of goods and worth more than 100 cents but lar worth anywhere from 32
.i post last January services in OVER
that year-when the as Leonard Silk senior editor cents to 100 cents
to fill a vacancy by your
ris Bryant _.
, created after Bryant appointed Robert Parker Sue Jones government index started compilingits and economist for "Business choice of a base year, so you fW PETeR EBRMKMr seuERS
on consumer price "
t Richard Ervin to the Week, emphasizes, "You can can similarly blow up the an- '
, Atty. Gen. changes will buy only 32cents' ?aIM P2fWSS t.1 AnGEl3IM'S&t &
; Supreme Court to replace the make it worth pretty much nual rate of inflation to awesome
Justice Glenn Terrell. worth today. what you like below 100 cents." proportions or diminish it t I'. I
,i j late circuit But it's worth 65 cents if you Here's a table which Silk pre- to an insignificant percentageby I t I 7 I,
In his petition to the Junior Newberry RoyaltyNEWBERRY earned and put it away in 1920, pared that dramatically illustrates your selection of a yardstick w trim
court, Kynes said voting irregularities r auttTKira RTlJ
just seven years later. That
" the point. It reflects year. Silk and I have some
in Alachua and Levy .1:00 3:00 5:05 7:10 9:15c5tFftTLrau
-- ------- year marked the peak of the
changes in the consumer price statistical fun also doing that
Counties were sufficient to Robert; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hearndon, A three-way tie for the healthie post-World War I inflation and index and assumes that in each for
you. ----
change the outcome of the race. Charles Parker and JeanneenSue Gainesville tied for the title Bertie, son of Mrs. Austin is a milestone in U.S. economic base I
He asked the court to reject the Jones are Junior King of healthiest 4-year-old. Bretie, Gainesville.In history.Its year selected, the index For instance, if you choose
and him the victory. and Queen of the 19th annual was 100. 1920 as a base year, the annual
votes give
Seven winners took worth shrinks back to a.
away the 6-months to Thus, dollar which
2-year-old a was"worth" rate of inflation since then
His petition charged that 4,472 Newberry Watermelon Festi- ribbons in the 2-to-4 scant 45 cents if earned
year-old you
Teresa 100
category, Lyn Boals cents in 1933
out to 0.9
ballots in Ala- val. comes per cent-a s+ .i uo rwou.+
voters who cast group. 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don- and put it away in 1939. That would be "worth" 42 cents to- reassuring record indeed. But
chua County were registered im Selected from a field of 30 The most beautiful girl was 'ald Boals, Waldo, was selected was the last pre-World War II day: if choose that popular SHOWTIME 7:30

properly. children Robert is the son ofl|Debbie Wiggins, daughter of as the most beautiful girl. year and is a popular yardstickfor 1913 32 cents of you 1939 as a base, the annual year
Included in the petition was an Mrs. Louise McDavid, New- Mr. and Mrs. measuring BRIGITTEPlanning
costoflivingchanges
Raymond Wig- Darrell Smith, son of Mr. and 1920 65 cents rate of inflation since then *
Alachua County grand jury re- berry, and Jeanneen is thei|gins of Gainesville.Tied Mrs. Ronald Smith, Newberry, since. 1922 54 cents comes 'out to 3.3 cent-an
port citing more than 6,000 irregularly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan for most handsome boy was the most handsome boy. Its buying power swells againto 1929 55 cents erosion no one can per accept placidly -
registered voters and W. Jones Gainesville. The were Michael John Hill son of The most personality title I a respectable 97 cents if you 1933 42 cents BARODT

calling upon the supervisor of II junior king and queen werell Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, High went to Karen Hayes, daughter earned and put it away in 1961. 1939 45 cents If you measure what happened -
registration to correct them. picked from the 4-year old Springs, and Troy Michael of Mrs. Anne Hayes of That's another milestone year, 1945 58 cents just between 1913 and 1920 IN

Last June 8, Judge Taylor refused -I group. Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville.The for 1961 is when our current all- 1948 78 cents the annual rate of inflation wara

to dismiss Kynes' petition, Tied for 4-year-old with the'J'Lloyd Smith, Archer. healthiest child in the time record business expansion 1951 84 cents devastating 10.6 per cent. If PLEASE

an action viewed by many lawyers most personality were Char- iest child included Carmen younger was Kandy began. 1953 86 cents you measure what happens

as indicating Kynes had (ene .Smith, daughter of Mr. Jeffcoat, daughter of Mr. and Chambers,group daughter of Mr. What's your dollar worth? 1955 87 cents just between 1920 and 1922 NOT
legal grounds for his suit. The and Mrs. Frazier Smith, New-]]Mrs. J. A. Jeffcoat, Newberry; and Mrs. William Chambers The answer depends on the 1958 93 cents though the annual rate of deflation
action did not foretell either vic- berry, and Sharon Allen, daughter Sandra Phoebus, daughter of Gainesville. year you choose as the base 1961 97 cents was 8.5 per cent! ,
tory or defeat.State of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Al. ]Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Phoe- Members of the Newberry against which to measure its 1963 99 cents Your dollar today is worth

len, also of Newberry. I bus, High Springs; and Rick- American Legion Auxiliary and worth a fundamental point 1964 (apr.) 100 cent. less than in the past. But how NOW ..._.
Asks Susan Yvonne Hall, daughter Julie Davis, daughter of Mr. the committee in charge of the 1939 is a favorite year for much less than when-in 1961 wo. M.M
of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Dean Davis High baby parade were Mrs. Dan comparisons because it was a or, 1958 or 1939 or -? Each'' 2ND fEATURE
Hall, Gainesville and Paula Springs took the prize for most Allen, Mrs. R. J. Barry and Hurt in MishapIn turning point in history, but date in Silk's table is a mile-

New Look Jean Hearndon, daughter of1]personality. Mrs. Johnny Mack Brown. to most Americans living today stone year; so choose your T
: I Sports Car the 1939 is ancient history. A ,own for comparison and then ShF MINt
Dirk Sens Seeks majority of Americans today :you can prove your own claim :

At PrayersTALLAHASSEE To Ford Says Business Must Edward Scott Inglehart, 23- were.1 either." not born or ..were.. ,about your dollar's worth. \I. wawq
Nullify year-old student, Apt. 1, 419 wier:: t.L when World War 11 be-

(AP) Flor- Accept Labor StrikesCORONADO N.W. 2nd Ave., was admitted to gan.Why
Apportionment
ida scheduled to ask the Alachua General Hospital yes- not select as a base fqr
was
terday with facial injuries after comparison the year 1953firstyear
U.S. Supreme Court today to Ntw Lark mimtl1 Calif. (AP) Big Three General Motors his sports car skidded and slam- of the Eisenhower administration -
take another look at its decision Henry Ford II, whose Ford Mo- Ford and Chrysler all run out med into a parked car. ? Or 1958-the year
outlawing the state's practice of WASHINGTON-Sen. Everett tor Co., soon starts new contract Aug. 31. the post-World War II inflationjjTii&te1t -w
Bible without Dirksen said last night that he The Alachua County Sheriff's
the verses -
reading negotiations with the United
secular comment in public had ordered a staff study of a Auto Workers Union, said today range The of UAW goals has that adopted include a wide Office reported Inglehart's car ..............." DJk

schools. possible constitutional amend- willingness to accept a strike is retirement and higher earlier went out of control on a curveon .'" ........,..... ..
pen- State Road .121 in LaCrosse. 'JA
ment to nullify the effects of
"part of the price" of preserv- sions, a shorter work week _
met i
Gen. James Kynes ,
Atty. last
Monday's decision of the said
ing "free and responsible collec- They damage to the 1963
higher and at least two I'
and Bob wages
Bolles
with George Supreme Court that state legis- tive bargaining. 10-minute "coffee breaks" each sports car was $1,500 and the ... "..r '
of the Dade County school .
Ware
lative districts must be sub- parked car was a total loss. .. 1k
board attorneys office Friday stantially equal in population. "There seems to be a wide- eight-hour shift. .. .. ... )
and decided to make some mi- spread assumption that govern- 214 NW 13th FR'-15472AIM I
nor changes in the petition before Dirksen of Illinois, the Republican ment and public opinion will no 3 UF Medical 'Topless' Women In Ocdi

sending it to the court. leader of the Senate, longer tolerate strikes in major I
said that he expected an effort industries and therefore that a I Faculty At Wanuti in N.Y. '
Three weeks ago, the U.S. Supreme toward a constitutional amendment real strike in the automotive in- "
Court knocked out Flor- would be made soon. dustry is out of the question this '
's law authorizing Bible read- Without adoption of an amend- year," Ford said. InstituteThree Sfrm tfarfc etmra 1 pjo '

without secular comment in ment it is estimated that 40 of "I am convinced that respon- NEW YORK Newbold Morris -
lc[ schools, saying it violated the 50 states will have to reap-' sible bargaining is most unlikely faculty iiembers from commissioner of parks,
the University of Florida College
-
nstitutional interpretation portion on a population basis or if the very possibility of a has spoken out strongly against J 4
of Medicine will be
ration of church and be subject to legal challenge.The strike is ruled out from the be- women's topless bathing suits i f tt
among the faculty of the first Q.-
ginning. Willingness on the partof on beaches in New York City t I
national Institute
Supreme Court June 15 on Developmental -
Lion came in a suit the public, government and Morris said, "We have rules,'f
held that the districts Biology, scheduled today f i +
repre- management to accept a strike, and emphasized that a w
Unitarians
group of sented in both 0'y r
houses of state] through Friday at the University -
atheists in Miami. if necessary, is part of the pricewe man without a top to her
legislatures
.
must be "substan- of Wisconsin.It r
ature enacted in 1963 must pay for the preservation bathing suit was definitely guilty
tially equal" in
izing schools to population. of free and responsible col- is being supported by the of indecent exposure.He .
lective bargaining whether National Institutes of Healthto i+
s in Bible around reading the that willingness is ever put to focus medical: attention on said policemen at the .

get MelonTHOMASVILLE the test or not." 'early influences which affect beaches had been told to issue

the human health. .summonses to women wearing
The best and probably
the suits and take them
to
only effective way to preventone Two of the Florida professors -
Lthiet Ga. The is to the nearest precinct house. An Vacation?
party's over-reaching Dr. James G. Wilson, heat i I Early
weekend demand
for watermelons preserve the possibility that a of the Department of Anatomy

I was was good the, and the market strike may occur he said. and Dr. Harry Pr'Stow.sky WHEREVER you go, you'll need YOUR OWN
,
strong Federal-State
'Market Ford made the observations in head of the Departmentof newspaper to keep you in close touch with all the
(AP)- State this News Service reported -I a speech prepared for the Obstetrics ard Gynecjogy, ai.avti.ua taruauie exciting and interesting happenings at home -

sion chairman morning. American Society of Corporate are among eight medical scientists 4A and-bring you the special pages, feature., columns
today the 35yment FOB prices per hundredweight !Secretaries. chosen: as moderators.Dr. .j. and comics you always enjoy each day. "
offices for Charleston Grays, Ford's company and the UAW NOW! 3 COLOR HITS!
lit young few Congos, Garrisonians and begin new contract' bargainingin E. M. Johnson, 3"5Sist.1 OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:45 SO ARRANGE for this added vacation treat
national pro- Cannonballs over the weekendwere nine days. Current three-year ant professor of anatomy, SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 9:45 daily arrival of your favorite newspaper! Just

ofhs find em- : 13-16 Ibs. average, $1.50, pacts between the UAW and the also participate in the program.R.C. ." Come. E rly-K.rteee..t 7:45 give us your vacation address and dates, several
some Friday at $1.251125 Ibs., YOGI STARTS 8:00 days before you leave. Well forward your newst -
,
to : .Ja6,. paper each day, and resume delivery when you
collegeyoung fl.75 $2, mostly $1.75; 26-28 MOVIE PARTY '
peeled lbs., $2; few at $2.25. THURS.! STAGE & SCREEN 0 return.OR

to help Florida shipments by rail YOUR carrier win keep your papers In
it centers Friday, Saturday and Sunday NOW day-to-day order, and deliver them in one package
din Florf totaled 63 carlots. Florida truck nwasra csrrt when you get home-so you can catch up with all
h21.3:34
shipments for the three days 5:27-7:30 .- that occurs in your absence. No extra charge for

f, Brown totaled 917.Georgia 9:33 2ND ACTION HIT 9:45 either vacation newa service!

gat shipments over the STEVE JAMES PHONE Our Circulation Department, or Tell
Jy IS and weekend totaled 11 by rail and Walt McQUEXN GARNER
133 by truck. t Disney \ THE GREAT ESCAPE Your Carrier Several Days Before You Gal

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'I I 1; LIKE TO frOW_ CLOTH ON MY POOL TABLE!
An Game What's your problem? For a general
:
I x reply t write to Abby Box 3365.

Baverly Hills. Calif. 90212. ud

; ',, include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Abigail Van Buren Abby answers ail mail. J

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! DEAR ABBY: I am an American Airline stewardess and am very stupid about such matters. 1 f5L1L EF WE. FTLLKIEVAH STOPSNOWIN'//. '

': I love my work, but my problem is the same as every other NO NAME PLEASE DONTGIT FLOW OVER,AN'DOGPATCH'LL BE

airline stewardess I know. When a male passenger wantsto DEAR NO NAME: Any patient who would like another 4IMOUT' ....DOOMED. ,
make conversation with us, he asks two questions: medical opinion has the right to tell her doctor so. If t.f. Qr F .
((1)) How do you like flying? she has a doctor in mind she may request that he be call {.

, ((2)) Aren't you afraid to fly so much? ed in. Otherwise her doctor will recommend one. If she rr

Abby, if we didn't like flying we wouldn't fly. And if we should decide to change doctors, the physician in service 1 Mo
were "afraid" we wouldn't be flying for a living. I'll betI will (or should) graciously send her records and X-rays to

answer those two questions fifty times a day! You would her new doctor on the latter's request. '
, do thousands of airline stewardesses a big favor if you I'

would suggest a few more original questions. Please? DEAR ABBY: What in the world is the matter with a certain I t! c .

MISS A.A. big store here in town? This is the second run-in I've 3 l
DEAR MISS A. A.: I was about to suggest: ((1)) Are you f
with them
had over their fouled-up bookkeeping. I went on
going with anybody? ((2)) What are you doing tonight? But I' .Q L /
; my lunch hour and stood in line to pay ten dollars on my
they are probably more common than the two questions I L q!'
, you mentioned. You can't blame a man for wanting to strike bill, which paid me up in full. Then I got a bill from them I

I up a conversation with an attractive girl. Yours is a great showing that I still owed them $9.90 but a credit was put
AUNTSUEYS!
job. Where else can you find men who are already strap- through for TEN CENTS! Now Abby you ]know perfectly JEST TAKIN' HER ,
ped in. well that no store will accept a TEN-CENT payment on GRASS BREAK ;
a bill! Well, I took my receipt AND my lawyer with : .

DEAR ABBY: How do you tell your doctor that you would me and went down there and told them off but good. Be-I iI
like another medical opinion without implying that you do lieve It or not, they are still looking for their mistake.
not trust his judgment? Is it all right to ask him to recom- your readers to hold on to their receipts. Mine saved me.
mend another doctor or are you expected to find your own? NOT SO DUMB t 1ZZ

If you should decide to change doctors, is it nervy to ask *
your old doctor to give your new doctor your records and CONFIDENTIAL TO WM. T.: A small salary is often sur-

t X-rays? I would like to know how all this is handled as I rounded by a big opportunity. Give it a try. 1= 9! r 1



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lt THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker -, I 50 }W MAY AND !IF KM XX .!YSVK)/ PAPER\
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to Daddy A QUESTIOH- GUESS
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WASHINGTON An aft !make your father a happier man come home nights before he with that young Erwin.
:If would take the matches to bed.
you goes
Father's Daddy
er Day message to works hard to give you
middle-class children: away from Klaus when you see It would also be nice if you everything you want In return, r I
The presents were fine. Just 'him lighting up. Mother is certain would quit riding with that if in spite of him things turn out

""hat daddy wanted. A fifth of that you are the one who young Erwin. He not only well, will you please have the
gay rum. A Beatles record. The took Tropic of Cancer" from drives like a maniac but he grace not to recall how '
]Daddy's bottom drawer. Daddy badly >ot ASTANNG BY HIDING No. Nc FOJaiNS THATS WHAT Li -
new edition of Mad magazine throws beer cans all over the he managed fatherhood?
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'doesn't want to be priggish. He I 'rPjpnSa FROM ItiM Z'M NE'Zt: MAKES I4MM1,2 T
and Senator Goldwater's "The neighborhood. How nice it would Bidlh"JTF'F( sARS
Conscience of '" knows that with television and be if could New TickerNEW :
a Conservative. I you spend a little ... POS1BmE 34
And now, after a day think- the Supreme Court, children are time with the Carrothers boy, < zN
exposed to a lot more nowa- who has been YORK (AP-The New
of father's accepted at M.I.T.
ing ,
your happiness
days then they used to be. York Stock Exchange today introduces == t :
you may want to know what These gadget minded boys will
you can do to make him and Still, at 12, if you can read own the world by 1984. the a streamlined model of 11 I
stock ticker
symbol of Wall
mommy too feel like better Henry Miller, you ought to be Now from all of you what Street for .
years. --
parents. Please what able to read "Tom Sawyer" too. dad would like
accept most is a little The ticker called the as
900/
dad is going to tell you here in Dad realizes that reading can more sense of responsibility.At is designed to keep track of ff ao ;
be a drag between us, he cut up sr
the spirit of love because he your ages, there is no rea to 10 million shares
a day. It
doesn't want you to grow up his wisdom teeth on "Spicy son why you have to be driven changes 6-:: J k
speed automatically to
and have to Adventure but it was easier to = 0
go to a psychia- four blocks to the grocery when keep with .
pace trading.The
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get into Harvard in those
want soda When
you pop. ticker
trist.First replaces a box-like
of all, little Klaus: days. I your father was a child -,, model in .!
use since 1930.
You have been smoking again. Now dad doesn't want to give well, never mind that. 5H0ui.p11'r I WHY'IM 5iiOuL 6 XNb W7PAiTi.YOU TO p&/NN&q55 THEM JND.TELTHEMTO FOR ME % 5PEALK,bADy WME :

It's no use denying it because you college neurosis by pressuring -I The important thing is that: Soviet Lag ..a bE GAMblIwe Wlu.tIDU'RE MYLr TuRH uP 5EVEt4L S
daddy found the butts in the you to think about Harvard -, you all find something rewarding r.., HEM 50 HEAVILY! 6OOP LOCK CHAOL1
garage yesterday. And inciden- while you are still in the and satisfying to do I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen., ... GARYPI6COV6R5. TkATFATT1

tally, he also found those two seventh grade but the fact is, with your lives. Do you want to Thomas J. Dodd claims Soviet IS
copies of "Playboy" hidden under if you don't buckle down to grow up- without a Harvard diploma industry "is lagging further and =:i 6.'JrI.&JNGWITHTWENTVFM .. 4 1 1 Y
the woodpile. Nine is too "Tom Sawyer" Harvard isn't and with emphysema and I further behind the West" and < t'Ol.lM CHI: '' ( i 1

young to start smoking. Daddy going to take you and then with white backlash? Or do you; is "growing more dependent on H HE TRIES TOPEK5UA7EHEK / I

realizes that with all the anxiety -you're not going to be able to want to do better than your parents it." r
about the bomb and the get into one of the big corpora- have done? The Soviet Union is suffering ..' THE ID LEAVE CASINO 1

mess the world's in, childhood tions and have your own Fer- Do you want to become the: from shortages of copper, tin, rill. ..........-' ___
isn't easy anymore but he rari;;when you grow up. kind of parents who, on Father's, nickel and lead, the Connecticut ',.-..., o ryfl rarO1 ;!-- R
doesn't like to think of be- Sweet : Democrat said and in- .... =-
you Hedyig. what a big girl Day or Mother's Day, have nothing Sunday,
ing rejected by the draft for you are getting to be! But darling Inspirational to tell their. creased East-West trade "may :.2 - -

enphysema or something even you are still only a teen- children? If so, keep up the: well be a matter of survival'

worse, when you are only 19. ager, and it would make dad smoking and forget about Hal,,for the Communist nation, U: TJ.0. ;; :LATED. .


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PARCEL N.. 27 RIGHT j "m.-"
Killed TAX DEED Borrow Pit No. 2. Haul Road & Drain' I W.iTc 13-Help Malt! or Female j 1 I I I

Sec. W.U. F S. Right of Station 114 and 20.49 i
In Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that That part of: IIIIILrI rI PLACEMENT SERVICE 1 = _

Atlantic Municipal Corporation the hold (1) EV4 of E of NWU of SWVi of Section IATI Oie. Professional. WANT-AD RATES
er of the following certificates has filed' 10 TIS R21E; AND I
rJ; Over Weekend said certificates for a tax deed to be (2) NEW of SW'4 of Section 10. TIS IeALR1NOI College Graduates
issued thereon. The certificate numberand R21E described as follows: ACROSS 32.Mountain For appt. call -
of Issuance the line of Section 1. I I IAIT A 10-12:00 AJM. 3-4; P. I PH. 3728441for
years descriptionof Commence on the West Dewy pass Monday through
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the property. and the names In 10 TIS. R21E at. point 2076.25 ft. Betel-nut 3.Live SNEER WflEAIos PERSONNEL CENTER I
which It was assessed are as follows northerly from the Southwest cornerof 5
Drownings the crash of 102 NW 2nd Avenue
;\' a private Certificate No.: 550 Year of Issuance 1962 said Section 10, run thence South palm 34. SheepIillIng -

I plane, and traffic accidents !-Description of Property Orange Summit 5' degrees 21' 30" East ,,.9.43 ft.. run 11. Poetic muse g ojs.N I START -
PB B-15 SW'A ef SE'4 E of thence North I degree 17' CO" West parrot in Real I Classified Only j.
a new career the Florida _
: killed at least eight Flor- Melrose & Orange Lane Road Less Lots 400 ft. to the point of beginning of Bor. 12. Leave 36. Cr.underground I I i I I IA I Estate profei Became a

idians over the weekend. 34 to 41 Inc Bk C d less lots 1 to row Pit No. 2, continue thence North 14. Chairman's A I P E. S W1i E R I E member fin! profession :7 I
24 Inc Bk L & less lots 1 & f to 1 degree 17 00" West 300 ft.. run mallet multl-m 11110 n real II DEADLINES I
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Thomas 12 IncA 33-34 Bk P & less lots 110 43 0O" East 0. Declaim
Austin Jr., 11, drowned thence North 88 degrees estate corp. Will pay for your
, 16 Bk. Inc. K Orange Summit, Sec 12 ;300 ft.. run thence South 1 degree Worshiper "2. Crooked e t I schooling and guarantee employment I Tues. thro p.m. Day before .
in Biscayne Bay at Miami; TWP. 10 S Rge. 22 E. 17 00" East 300 ft.. run thence South 16.Malt brew 44.-BabA For interview Call Ocala For Fr. ppr a.m.piati
f Name in which assessed Alma U Mash 81 degrees d 00" West 300 ft. to the 630-7921 collect i ad JDr-1:0 .
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Dorsey, a Miami 17.Faucet 45. For go In Mon.
Write pper-1
All of said property being in the County Point of Beginning; .d t 1.m

rockpit, and Joe Stacey, 20, in of Alachua State of Florida.' ALSO: 19. Sensible 47. Fervor (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) 14-Sales Help! Wanted (Minimum ad 4 lines) I
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall A parcel of land for Borrow Pit HaulRoute
Lake Mchaffie 20 miles north- I be redeemed according to law the lying East of and within 40 feet 20. Season of 49.Father of DOWN e.Accom- HAVE opening In this area for a I FAMILY RATES

l west of Orlando. property described in such certificate or of a line described as follows: penitence Cadmus 1. Royal mod ate salesman with some route sales

A Miami aircraft executive Didder certificates at the will court be house sold door to the on the highest first Begin Pit on No.the 2. Southwest run thence corner South 1 of degree Borrow 22. Eskimo 50.Author of 2. Papal Yol 7. Blushing experience preferred. Must be l' Insertion ............................... 34c line

Monday In Month of July. Ii4, whichis 17 %" East 400 ft. to the end of said 24. Cooling 'Winniethe3..Black bird 8. Homeric S75 bondable minimum and In good hearm Insertions .................... ... 52c n i
32-year-old Gene Smith and of July 1964. Haul Route device Pooh1Sl.Elistfcl weekly guaranteeplus Insertions: .. ... .... 17c I
the 4th :
\ Griffin M. Dobbs Dated this day 27th day of May, 1964. SECTION 2671J.26 t-STATE ROAD S-200- 4. Citizen narrative many fringe beni Write I 12 Insertions ............................ ..... ... Me line
J 30, a mechanic J. B. CARMICHAELClerk A-ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS 25. Cereal seed suffix 9. Water giving 4426 full Total charge computed by rnvfttpiy! total tines x rl eartiedxnumberofInsertions. -
c-e Gainesville Sun.
l were killed in the crash of of Circuit Court of 27.Visitor places 5. Young bottle _

I a twin engine plane at Fort (3386)Alachua 6: 1, County I. 15., 3 Florida PARCEL No. 27 RIGHT OF WAY 29. Crass cutter 52.Haste .hone 10. Boxing 17 W.rk Wanted Malt I '

ALSO< rings
: -
I Lauderdale.The A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Drain MAN will 0 carpenter work S Five letter .per line
for Tax Deed within 20 feet of rrrrrr ,, 1.Engrlver and
and
traffic victims were Harry Notice el Application I lying South of ce.nln. pit. cf
SC. 1 4.U, F.S. a line described as follows: Vh 18.River wo. I
t P. Lazette, 24, killed in a one- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Begin on the Northeast corner of BorrowPit ir - ir 19 Island Stisai guaranteed.Phone SameesSlines
F 8 Pt.
the hold North 81 degrees ordinary type
Atlantic Municipal Corporation No. 2. run thence E
I car accident in Palm Beach has filed the end of Borrow 21. Digit
er of the following certificates 4T 00" West 250 feet to - _
- -
I County, and Mrs. Elizabeth laid certificates for a tax deed numbers to be I Pit Drain.ContaIning less. i- lIS 23.Time put 18 Schools Institutions I 12 Pt. ordinary Same as typ 3 lines
issued thereon. The certificate 2.502 acres more or
Noah1
26.
'
l } Karnes, 55, who was knocked and years of Issuance. the description OWNED BY: If. I' -r--;; SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW
In IJ
of the property. and the names I Doshi Williamson. a widow. Charlotte boat Secretarial Courses Classes POW : "
down Coral Gables l8Ptordiitaryyps
4 by a car on a which It was assessed are as follOWS Simmons single Dr. O. N. Summons 28. Rubber tree forming. Heweil Business Col-
\. street. Certificate No. 343-Year of Issuance 1942 S. wife. Lucille M. Simmons !fT u ff ,Z.J Zf _!lege. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-3507.
Description of Property Jeru Park PB Bontemps & husband : : 29. Black- I
4 A Louisiana teacher was fatally C-44 Lots 19 20 Bk B Name in which Ia Simmons 30. Fruit MEN & women 1 to 5 to train for ,
Paul Bontemps. ZS zi .I. 16 -s S lines -
CIVIL SERVICE 24 Pt.Same
;ii injured and four others seriously -assessed All of Viola said Jones.property being in, the. SUBJECT Interest fO any: unknown Nin. devisee rrVh: : : Vh.' 31.Madeonc's Examinations. For Informationsend type (

I :j hurt in a head-on collision County of Alachua. State of Florida.Unless =1 and-or other claimant under Lee MIller U ,o sa o'l'Z; '/ way name, .ddr.s& Phone NX
such certificate or certificatesshall I Simmons Miller Key 112 W.
Minnie 'f 32.Auto
& wife. h Service
between Fort Walton Beach andS redeemed according to law I Adams St. .
be such certificateor both Deceased. 39 35. Pitchers The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than an*
described In WAY "l'5 1 38
Panama City. The dead woman the property sold to the highest, PARCEL No. 34 RIGHT OF v/; W'lh incorrect Insertion nor wilt tt be ttab* 4.r In edvrtisement
certificates will be of Station 98 plus 37. Dipper Real Estate Exam .er
house door on the I Lateral Ditch Right - I to a greater extent than the cost shies occoy
was Theda Knox, 22, of Winnes- first bidder Monday at the in court Month of July. 1964, 73.70 4 41 1ft 4.3 44 38. By oneself COURSE pie b the Hem In the advertisement. No adjustment will 2
1964. ThaI part of: ATTEND First lesson free. on errors that not materially effect the value
boro La.Running the 6th day of July Doan's Roadin 29.Fathered d g
which is of .
-

SWNorth the advertisement.The .
1 Dated this 29th day of May 1964. (I) SE% of R21E. AND. 4j 44 ; 743 HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEuE |=
TIS. 41.
J. B. Carmichael Section 10. 10/ T,<. Prong COLLEGE. sic W. Univ. Ave
1 Start Clerk of Circuit Court of (2) NE of SW' of Section :41- -- - .43. Sweet F R. e-3507 33.

I' Atachua County Florida R21E. and within .0 feet and 1.11 SPEEDWRITING g Gainesville Sun reserves t privilege o revising e f*-
lying (1) left of poutoes = iecting
advertisement
any It
IS. 22 deems
I. and to
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) (3379) 6:1. (2) right of and within lire 25 said feet ditch.of a survey lateral l 46.2,0001k. Secretarial COST ACCOUNTING Courses Classesnow E chance the daiftio Ofany aertl objei.1 frm "at orH '
ditch. survey : :
: : dered '
OF THE h Business cn T policy ef paper.
Sunday motorists passing a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT line being described as follows: 48.Mr.YinWinkk forming Howell's T
JUDICIAL.aCUIT. IN AND the south line of Section flz College 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR
EIGHTH Commence on
shallow irrigation ditch staredin FOR ALACHUA COV&TY. FLORIDA. 10. T8S. R21E at a point 1753.75ft. Par time 2. mlft.! D6aecar.a 4-3507. F M

amazement tt five young. LAW NO.NOTICE west from the Southeast corner of -.nmrnll
, OF RULE NISI I said Section 10 said point being on the U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS!
sters' disdain of the machineage. ALACHUA COUNTY a Political Subdl- arc of a curve concave to the southwest 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale

vision of the State of Florida. having a radius of 2864.79 ft. .
of North Mewomen. is 52. Start high as
Petitioner. thence from a tangent bearing
l Two of them were running V. 56 degrees 24' 02" West run northwesterly S10200 until a week. Preparatory Thousands trainIng of- 4 B R. trMevel spacious home. BY OWNER. leaving town. 3 BR.

PAUL BONTEMPS ET AL.. along' said curve through an I"poined. ideally located near LUt 2 full baths LR, Fla. rm.. OR.,
along each side of the eight-foot nd angle of 7 degrees 44' 13" a distance CLASSIFIEDDial FEMALE HELP lbS open. Experience FREE usually un and West. S2<, Dnpt. breakfast rm. S. tile kitchen landscaped .
NOTICED EMINENT DOMAIN| PRO- of 388.52 ft. to the end of said curve. 1 WANED leessev. Infrm.tion on $1,5. 25398. & fenced yard Over 2
ditch at top speed towing a THE "- salaries I 000
CEEDING IN THE NAME AND BY thence North 64 degrees 12IS reuieents sq ft lIving .Plus 2
run Writ 3 BR house,
TODAY BY OWNER roomy
MOTHERS. GRANDMOTHERS. giving I'
COUNTY. of Beginning garage. with terms.
fifth OF ALACHUA ft. to the Point $2Uo
youngster riding grandly AUTHORITY West 92704 line. run TEENAGERS. & SHUT-INS. Did dres and phone. Lincoln Serv convenient to Llttlewood School. 12 NW Dr. g or

t on water skis. FTORALl! WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. thence of North said. ditch 25 degrees survey 4r 42-East" you know that it Is posibl. to Sun.ice. Box 4iOM, c/o Gainesvil* I I Equity FHA guaranteed of (1450 for balance$450 120 37257. 3t" 613

L. claimingor 07 own and operate your Prestige -
and fo all persons and parties SO ft. run thence North 21 degrees 376.4672 ow 2 wks.
1 NOTICE OP' INTENTION TO having any right. title. Interest. estate 18" West 244 8 ft. run thence North 09 Cosmetic From lake FR 2-6477.over ctra. Av.11 FOR home Sale *r tad New 4 BR.
REOISTER FICTITIOUS NAME other lien to or on 42" East 295.77 ft. run your very own home. A smallInvestment located Westmoreland
4V
or
mortgage
I \ Pursuant to Section 165.09. Florida those certain parcels of land hereinafter thence degrees North 31 degrees 3T 42' East required I Interestedcall 28 Livestock 1 Supplies NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bam St Estates. On city sers paved
Statutes notic it hereby given thllI' together ditch sur- Announcements write to I tg bath family
described. and the following persons 117.43 ft. to the end of said 376-14 Viian carport and utility room.
the undersigned Ruth G. Smith tradIng with all unknown persons claim- lIne.Containing. Woard <2i WANT TO SEE your hogs properly $450 down. 145 month. $,0. Rm. & living Rm., dining area.

and doing business as sol,. owner ing by. through or under known persons vev 1.119 acres more or less. 3 LOST & FOUND ., Galnelllle Huge T.rrltor finished on dr b o pasture 2-3355 days. FR nights. Central heel bunt-In kitchen including
r Open then Mills 61 GE dIshwasher 2 courtyards
1, under the name and styli of "Esther's who are not known to existing road right of tr Co.th
dead. or of
who are exclusive
12 pul walk to schools close to
fine Confections". Mlcanopy Alachua
mal BEVIN ARMS section, 3 BR home
be dead or alive: way. LOST I : Accutron RECEPTONIST, doctor's office. lets. .. FMXGainesville U of F I.
County Florida Intends to register said SECTION 26713-2601 STATE ROAD $- BY: watch alligator with typing Special for lust 1 yr. old. Large wooded lot. liel center FHA
OWNED
, fictitious name under the provision of 200 A ALACHUA COUNTY Dosha Williamson a widOW. Charlotte band. Call FR 2- essential.ofce work Permanent 2 or Alachue. Phone FR 208 x ISO. 118.5% Call 372- 050 $22,700. Dwn payment 1700..
ofic. -1095 or 4A1-2105. immediate Drive
add statute. for to occupancy.
Dr. O. N. Simmons 4465. resident. appt
DESCRIPTIONS I Simmons. single; 441-A S.
1027
At Gainesville, Florida this 27th day PARCEL No. 14 & wife. Lucille M. Simmons; and SonIa c-o Gainesville Sun Giving age. Shetland Phone NW lOFt Drtv*. Cal Butler
Brothers.
1 .f May 1944. RIGHT OF WAY Simmons Bontemps & husband. LOST LARGE solid-grey cat In marital status and experience. FOR 6 pies. McKINNEYGREEN 3-95 37'04
a Ruth C. Smith vicinity ef 4100 block, N.W. th. p.m night.

(3377) I:1, 3. IS 22 That SWV4 part of of SWV4: of NW'i of Section U. Paul Bontemps.TO: REWARD Phone FR <-478S.___ WANTED Ladiesreadytowear 38 head of chickens. $30. Rt. 1.

I IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY TBS. RUE (North and East of. Doan Interest of any unknown fieir. devise. 4 PERSONALIZED _Box a. Archer, Fla. GLADYS SMITH

JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY .-FLORIDA Road); I and-or other claimant under Lee Miller SERVICE Department HORSE OWNERS DEATONREALTORS
lying East of and within 50 feet of the & wife Minnie Simmons Miller both

,I IN PROBATE. survey line of State Road S-200-A. Section I Deceased. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special af. Man- ATENTIO FAR
IN RE: ESTATE OF 26713-2601. said survey line being described THIRD: As to the aforesaid parcels car- tentton to nervous or elderly. At Stud. .ppint Picturesque stream
DONALD M. SCHENCK. as follows: ''I rying the designation of right of way and Easy Way Driving School. FR age Excellent ment write P. O. ) SO CONVENIENTfor running through proper Permanent .
,I Deceased. Beginning on the South line of NWVi of borrow pit. Petitioner has been delegated _?-700?. Lie by State of Fla. Gainesville, Florida. Your hort the children. Metcalfe and Bahla br.1

To All Creditors and Persons Having swvs of Section 14. T8S R21E at a point I the right of condemnation by the LegIslature -. salary I benefits, must hlV veterinary certificate.Fee Howard Bishop schools two blocks name Brick Pecan tress pear orchard
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate 153.47 feet westerly from the Southeast of the State of Florida and. after 6 SPECIAL NOTICES SS. away. See this 3 B.R. 2 bath farm home with full farm
: corner of NWU of SWA of said Section careful and due deliberation. has and working con- Monthly Includ ecuiomcnt. 10 acres In pine. Call

You and each of you are hereby notified 14. said point being on the arc of a found that it is necessary to the publics I have new 1964 model automatic 30 PETS & SUPPLIES h" taes and "' Plyt
and required to present any claims curve concave to the Southwest havinga best Interest to acquire the fee simple Zig Zag sewing machines. No dition. Must b e FR 23417. ".0 Cal 3SJJONE
and demands which you. or either off radius of 1909(6 ft. thence from a title to said parcels described as attachments needed to do the SILVER Miniature Poodle 2 ACRE
i you! may have against the *stat. ofI tangent bearing of North 22 degrees right of way and borrow pit. Likewise.as following decorative stitches experienced. Ap- mal and 1 mal, 7 wks. ACT TODAY Wooded lot close to ? '
DONALD M. SCHENCK. deceased late 37* 14" West run Northwesterly along to the parcel designated as drainage buttonholes. appliques monograms shots etc. Registered AKC. Phone : and Westwood Schools. For Id.
of said County. to the County Judge of said curve through an angle of 12 degrees easement. Petitioner has found it is blind hems. Etc. S5.75 ply in person to 376-7. A property 190 by 133 ft rooms. 2 bths .

I Alachua County. Florida at his office 0711" a distance of 403.99 ft. necessary to the publ.cs; best interest per mo. J54.50 total price. (15 SIAMESE KITT NS. Reg. lilac, three blocks of Court House enclosed two fireplaces.
lit the court house of said County at to the end of said curve. run thence to acquire a perpetual easement In the _W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075 Personnel Office, blue a\ PT. Lilac. ner lot Two story tram Cypress panelling Throughout.Dishwasher .

,I Gainesville. Florida. within six calendar North 34 degrees 44' 25" West 174968 parcel so designated and described in SAXAPHONE LESSONS given In J. M. Fields Store.MANAGER 8. ch. i> Chimp. at dwelling -.4-B.R. J baths -Cars stove inc. C'I 372.S39. .
months from the time of the first ft. to the West line of Section 14. TBS. order to provide drainage of water from my home. Beginning fc Immediate. re.. ". coc. be purchased at RIGHT PRICE-
publication of this notice. Each claim R21E (East line of Section 15. T8S the roadbed and right of way of said Phone 3723305. 52. Call FR 23417.
.r demand shall be In writing and shall R21E) at a point 3157." ft. northerly road so as to prevent and reduce the deterioration BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle 4 weeks PROFIT
stat. the place ef residence and post from the Southeast corner of said Section and damage caused or likely WILL PAY Si per copy for 1961 old AKC registered. Call FR 2 ANGLEWOODAn Earn while. live In this two
office address of the claimant. and shall 15 continue thence North 34 degrees to be caused to said road due to erosion and 1962 Gainesville Parade of for beauty shop. Must have a following 7258 after SO P.Sat. and story tl-t Y tditlQ home
be sworn to by the claimant. Ms' agent. 44* 25" West 17.62 ft to the beginning and other adverse conditions likely Hornet Guide Books. Offer limit. Requirements: neat and all day.FLORIDA. attractive well built home situated Apartment upt.lr downstairs

his attorney and any such claim or of a curve concave to the South- to be caused by not providing adequate ed. Gainesville Home Builders good personality. Pay based on Pest Control is featuring on a beatfl Ils.p thr larl rooms for
demand not filed shall be of 2 degrees Assoc. Bob Walton, Publicity Write Box 440 C-O Gamesvide lot. 3 B.R. Priced at
so void. through a total central angle and proper drainage. Chairman, 377 3794. ability this month Tropical Fish and bts r.ntals fris.
BERTIE B. SCHENCK. 49 41" I distance of 282.79 ft. FOURTH: All persons having or claim.ing Sun.CAPABLE Tropical Birds of all kinds. We Large patio wall to wil. SIO with lO fi".nln. Closet
As administratrix of the Estate ef to the end of said curve. thence N 37 any interest in or lien against any of .Is h.v children's pets and pet in dining conveniences and living .r. Allmodem to dotO I fe Ftll
DONALD M. SCHENCK. deceased degrees 34' 06" West 1536.72 ft. to the the property herein being condemned. 2 Baby Sitters. Child Car. lupples Call us for any of Your sell Pri b4dg Call 3St.GLADYS
(3378) ':1. I. 1$. 22 beginning of a curve concave to the the places of residence. legal disabilities WOMEN needed In profitable probems. FLORIDA PEST pointment.- Call FR 2-317 fr ap-

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Southwest having a radius of 2864.79ft. if any. and interest In said proper established territories to CONTRO CENTER. FR SMITHRealtor

By virtue of an execution Issued out of .. run thence Northwesterly along ty of all owners, mortgagees, judgment EXPERIENCED teacher to care elementary for children.school 3 show Fullmgton Avon Coselc. C'I Mrs. 6-261. NW 14th Ave. ASSOCIATES

the Court ef Record In and for Alachua said curve through an angle of 18 degrees -I creditors ,lien holders and persons in acre Planned 21 FREEI Black female kitten & J. Fred Guy Jayn ButterworthCol Associates
County. Florida In the case of Inter 51* 57" a distance of 943.29 ft to I possession. so far as Is ascertainable. by 372-7150.play area. program 12 Malt female Siamese adult cat. Phone J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Anna Hmson:
Wonted Ben Griffin
State Photo Supply Corporation versus the North line of Section 15. T8S R21E diligent search. are as follows and all Help 372-13 2510 NE 11th St. Multiple LIsting Florence Bums

I Hooper-Mozert Corporation dated they at a point 3528.25 ft. easterly from the of the following are defendants in this TINY TOT ENGLISH Good Multiple C.rlY Noyes
5th day of March. 1964; I have levied Northwest corner of said Section 15 Ihepr and I"pets. FR
NEED
upon the following property: to wit: Containing 074& acres more or less. SE'CTION 26713-2601-STATE ROAD S. PLAY SCHOOL Imedlltelv. "ich.nic(2). fo SEETHIS
I S.kenle loom a mm model 100 camera exclusive of existing road right of way. 200-A ALACHUA COUNTY-NAMES exprl2. plet go 2-0
I 1 Sekonlc F.3 camera DWNED BY: & ADDRESSESPaul Visit us and see for yourself. slary. Irlnc.. paid GERMAN Shepherd puppies AKC M
F 1 Argus M-4 cameraS Edward Wilson S. wife. Rosebud Wilson; Bontemps 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-78M. cation.. Ph. Service reg $45 ca. Also Palomino Shetland spacious two story 4 bed

Kodak Brown! I mm camera Robelle Wilson Taylor & husband. John- !325 Collins, AvenueMt. WHITE babV.II< 1 Lelti Cat. No. F 2512 ny Taylor Bennie Wilson & wife. MarIon Vernon New York Home S2 day. Phone 372-7395 SERVICE Station dealer wanted FR 22WQ prche in a very d
1 Leitz Cat. No. 110630 Wilson; Jettie Wilson. a widower* Parcel No. 19-R. 27 & :34 per by maor| oil com n. Must be YOU will be proud to own one of neighbh. NEAR SHOPPING

1 Keitz Cat No. 144S5J Elizabeth Wilson. a widow} Louise Wil. I willing to Invest .1 amountof these beautifully healthy. 11,0 with DV" 3 BR IVi bath, N.E. like new
9 PLACES TO GO AND
.
1 Sol Igor 100-200 mm zoom son. single Arthur Wilson Jr.. & wife. Sonla Bontemps csh. Call J. C Lawton A.K.C. mlrte. pups. CB Cent 4 4 hw
1 Sologor 135 mm f21 lens Debris Wilson; Eugene Wilson & wife 325 Collins AvenueMt. THINGS TO DO .. 320. to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. 1414 DOWNbro masonry Cst. hat. near <
1 Alpa 35 mm lens Martha Wilson and Lonell Wilson & Vernon New York BOYS wanted for afternoon paper Bre. he wit buit 1 oven and $' Mary ling..
1 Alpa 135 mm lens wife. Claudia Wilson. Parcel No. 19-R, 27 & 34 FUN FOR EVERYONE. Farm experlences routes. 12 yr,. or elder. See or range 1 year old-ONLY S75.00 0.0 C.I
1 Used Bolex S5L camera SUBJECT TO: cook-outs. family camp- call Mr. Young afternoons. 372. SALEI Purebred Beagle Puppies per month.
1 Used Bolex pistol grip Interest of any unknown heir devisee Johnnie L Davis outs. birthday parties hiking 8441 exf. if, Gainesville Sun 81*. AKC Reg Have 30 Cham BUY LIKE RENTs.

I Flash adapter kit and-or other claimant under Lucinda waterboro. South Carolina horse and pony riding. Reasonable Circulation Dept.EXPERIENCID pions. Best In the State. We board Kennels $50000 DOWN-Large 2 bedroomtwo W. 3 BR. fine residential area
2 Revere I mm cameras Wilson. Deceased. Parcel No. 21 Information and rates call dogs. Stud dos. James story frame home near Kirby fIre pi. rm. lot.Equity .
Keystone '80 pro lector PARCEL No. 19-R. RIGHT OF WAY I 376-3785 Write T.M.W.. Rt. 4. Box roer. Apply 7:0 Rt. 1, lox 78 K.ysto Smith School. ONLY uo .11.00 f.mll a16 paytnents -
1 Airqulp Festival SO protector 350 Galneivllle. FII.Employment. A.M to wont. Heights. Ph. CA5. per month. '
That part of: Dr. O. N. Simmons .E. mn Drive.IMMEDIATE 12.0 m. Call Mary
1 Mansfield Imm proJector All that part of SE' of SW'A of Section 1524 U Street N. W. BLACK Miniature Poodle puppies Mociier.
2 Keystone K-44 10. T8S R21E (lying West of certain Washington. D. C. opening for retail AKC registered. Phone 37Z2888 WE HAVE several 3 bro 2
Airqulp Suburbia Lot owned by Nettle Coleman and Parcel No. 19R. 27 & 34 route salesman. Experience not _or 374-8415. bath homes with SHADY LOTNear
2 Argus M-4 cameras South of so-called Dean's Road); I necessar. We train you. A conditioning and Florida room 1
FOR
SALE Puppies pure
1 Autronlc 1 camera lying left of and within SO feet of the Lucille M. Simmons 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED biton. to work bred not registered.Beagle $15. Rt. 1. the Llttlewood' School area Clmp. 2,500 sq feet. C.
1 Used Ultarblitz flash of simple Gainesville School
knowledge High areas and
line of State Road S-200-A. Sec. brick rm dining
survey 1524 U Street N. W. Box 41, Archer. r. m.
1 G. E.SunGun arithmetic are required. 5 day Idylwlld. kit. with .
dining
tion 26713-2601 said survey line being described -Washington D. C. EXECUTIVE secretary. TYPing. .r. db
work week. Paid vacation retirement
2 Keystone 750 proJectors
FOR lot
SALE CHIHUAHUA puppies. pt. Ig call Mary
as follows: Parcel No. 19-R, 27 & 34 shorthand. knowledge of book. Moler.
1 K-14 plan hospitalIzation $1000 DOWN Spacious 3
Keystone camera group -
$25. Phone GR 5-2277 after 3 P.M.
Begin the West line of Section 10. desired. Ample starting b
1 Sylvanla G-55 Sun Gun on keeping and lIfe insurance are pro..lded.ApplV room, 2 bath masonry
1 Used Hersey Pro lit* TIS. R21E at a point 2076.25 ft. North Robelle Wilson Taylor wage. No age limit. Unlimited In person to Borden's HEALTHY. happy 'American Shepherd Westwood. comer h. GIVE
1 Auto Argus Projector from the Southwest corner of said Section ,9728-57 Avenue career opportunities for woman Dairy. 2420 N!. tern Dr. puppy. Female. Registered.Resl L.rg Security to & buy this
10. run thence South 59 degrees ,Apt. 3BForest with quick mind. Prefer permanent to home. FR your family,
2 Mansfield editors go charming 3 br with family
cords 21* 30" East 117805 ft. to the beginning I Hill, New York resident. Send resume er 1-Sheet metal mechanic. 370 anytime before 10. John I beautiful
1 B&L remote with duct study
2 sheet metal helpers
interview to Box 435 c-e r I
of to the northeasterly request
2 Keystone movie guns a curve concave Parcel No. 14 Merril shaded Price reduced.
1 Comet M flash guns having a radius of 5729.578 ft.. Gainesville Sun. Install.ti experience.for appointmentafter 33 LOTS FOR SAL 114..0 can Mary Moeller.

1 Kodak brownie Smm cameras run thence southeasterly along said Johnny Taylor 2 experienced waitresses. no calls t p.m.2-3
1 Smith-Victor Sun Guns curve through a total central angle of 9728 57 Avenue please. Apply In person Aunt Jemima MULTIPLE LISTING
Vft sites
acre wooded home near
1 Fairchild Smm proJector 4 degrees 50 41" a distance of 48472 Apt. 3BFor.st 's Kitchen. 1614 N.W. 13thSt. school Associates: Marcella Pardl BUDGE
new Myra-Terwilliger By
a Used Boles CIS camera ft. to the end of said curve. run Hill New York $400COMMISSION W. H. Buchannan lot. 10.0
thence South 64 degrees 12 18" East owner. Terms may b arranged. .
2 Polaroid wink-lights Parcel No. 14 Nl work de. near
1 Used Polaroid 110B camera'5a 1960.49 ft. to the beginning ef a curve SECRETARIES Ph VWJ C.I .
Grafle strip protectorS concave to the southwesterly havinga Bennie Wilson ELECTRO-TEC CORP SALESMEN In SIX lots. N.E. 18th Terrace 8.N FREDARNOLD
1 Used Graflex strip protectors 500 Watt radius of 286479 ft.. run thence 9801' -34 Avenue any area or local area to sin .E. 2nd Ave 300* x 135' Call
1 Balmlte 58 prelectors southeasterly along said curve through Carona New York (Daytona Beach Fla.,) finished block homes en owners J. R. Crane 3723431.FORDYCE MaryMoeller
1 Fairchild cameras (not loom) an angle of 07 degrees 46' 13" a distance Parcel No. 14 lot. Straight 2 year payout. I LOTS
Mr.
1 Used CL Bole w-zoom lens of 388.52 ft. to the South line of experienced McMurtr.
1 Filter Assortment (app. 100 filters) Section 10. TIS. R2IE. at a point Marlon Wilson SECRETARY Tlmp Buiders Jv 1 acre lots bUII"1 wooded tt.-
322825 ft. easterly from the Southwest A. P.M Holiday In 2.0 2 wi"sml creek
2 Zelss Ikon cameras 9801 34 Avenue ) .00
1 Pro-Tessar tSmm lens corner of said Section 10; Carona New York (To ControlledExecutl..e 31. D"I.EXPERIENCED O

1 Pro-Tessar 35mm lens Containing 0905 acres nvl. exclusive Parcel No. 14 secretarial experience re- roofers go built- REALTOR
) Zeiss Ikon Backs of existing road right of way. Quired In manufacturing industry. up preferred man FORDYCE
ro.
And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County. SECTION 26713-2601-STATE ROAD 5.3%. Rosebud Wilson Compose letters take dictation employment willing to ASStATE. IHe.REATORS Realtor
Florida will on Monday the 2th day A ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS 229 Valley Street coordinate supervisors schedules. move to new location Immediate 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNew
e* June. 1964. between the hours of I Easton Pennsylvania Familiarity with financial accounting ly. Phone collect between 7:0 f2' W. Unl. 374-12M construction nearing 101' W. University FR 4-4471
11:00 km. and J:00 pm. In front of PARCEL No. 19.R RIGHT OF WAY Parcel No. 14 contractual terminology and 50 72 -15f1 Southwest com.pietlon. location Member Multiple Listing
the North door of the Courthouse. Gaines OWNED BY: SECRETARYTo. 34 Waterfront Pr.p.r and Hans paved street. MARY MOELLER. BROKER
ville. Alachua County. Florida offer for Dosha Williamseiv* Uowi Charlotte Declaration ef
$ TAKE NOTICE that a WANTED 1 betweenthe Home comes complete with built- AUOCIATES
tale said property end sell sh the to same satisfy to Simmons singlet Or O. N. Simmons Taking has been filed In the abovestyledcause hours b b.Apply 12 A.M. or ON THE GULF In range and oven, central Ni. E, W. Mo".r Kessler

... highest bidder fctlc The InPirtyI a. wife Lucille tt. Simmons; Sonia by the Petitioner. the acquiring authority (To Chief Engineer) 4 and f P.M to the Ned wan- trig system, tlrdw floors Id Durbin
.xecuftan .nd ,.* and Simmons Bontemps & husband. Paul of these proceedings. of the taking ress. Thomas. No phone Cedar Key Shorest many extras. S ---
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'bMn levied..f,. Bontemps. lands for the experience secretaryand Hoe
of the above-described Requires as calls.
of the
.O'IdI's the .lft trty SUBJECT TO: In t his assistant to a Properties FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
Corporation purpose set forth In the Petition administrative 305 N.W. 23 STREET
tJ.. -Haeper. -Mwert Sheriff Interest of any unknown heir. devisee cause viz.: As right of way for a portion major engineering manager. Familiarity WANTED David Andrews Mot choice 3 bedroom 2 bath res
J PLUMBING SERVICE MAN
'v. Florida & wife Mlnni Simmons Miller, chua County. Florida and that the Honorable terminology preferred Cedar Key. 3841 acre site. Beautiful shad frees.
15.22 _____ HE MUST: For top workmanshipcall
both Deceased. J. C Adkins Jr.. ana of the BKPG Mach ( NCR) License This home is wel constructed and Q.lf
Have
TO CRKDITORS PARCEL No. 21 RIGHT OF WAY Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth a Ci WINFRED H. CRAWFORD offers well as convenience -
LOA STATUTES That part Of: Judicial Circuit of Florida. will. on the Requires some experience In accounting Stay Reg Broker, specallzmg hi. for only $33000. 372-6142
County Judge. Alach- The West 5 of NW'-4 of SW*' Section 25th day of June. A.D. 1964 at f:3O A.M.. debt and bookkeepingmachine Be. reilb.B. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.
ad
In Probat 10. TIS. WIE. In the Alachua County Courthouse at Excellent typing in work hrs AGE. 3 miles No. 0 Melrose. FISH CAMP GAINEVILL

lying each side of and within SO feet of Gainesville Florida. consider said Declaration skills reuire Will train on ma- L.... a phone GR -21.BEAUTIFUL. Restaurant with 6 cabins situated UPHOLTERY

PATTERSON she*" V"nt of State Road s100s* of Taking. appoint appraisers and chln* necesry. Salary com Give referencesHE lot on the Sln on a river near Gainesville. Completely F 1f .

twn said survey line being described make such Order as the Court deems msurate TO rl. Rlr.t Rock Bluff. C'I 1. equipped ili boats EltltHr' and
REPLY
id Persons Having as follows: proper. All parties to the suit and all Relations CAN EXPECT: 660. and equipment. going de; .r.FU
'Against Said Estate: Begin on the North line of the SW\4 of I parties interested may appear and be Director of Industrial Good pay business. Call for details.ECONOMICAL .
you are hereby notlnresent the SWU of Section 10. TIS. R21E at heard at the time and place designated. ELECTRO-TEC CORP. work SUWANNEE clear RIVER ump o- I

any claims a point 133.87 ft. westerly from the' You. and each of yoU. are hereby commanded PO M7. ORMOND BEACH. Fla. Stud spring
Bo Pli to
U. or either of you., Northeast comer of said SWW of SW' I to appear by filing an Answer to A equal opportunity employer Tie 8, h.1 over 40 hours fish N Iive. G. The place house.has, Yet spacious this Ilrg 2 bed
*stat* of HENRY said point being on the arc of a curve the Petition heretofore filed in this causein net been room home Is for immediate I
.... deceased late concave to the northeasterty having a the entitled Court. on or before July EXECUTIVE secretary goad pay Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC. can handle completed. U,1. you occupancy. Good NE. la- I Iro ESTIMATE..
County eiudg of radius of 5729J78 fU. thence from a 3lst. 1944 to show what right. title. Interest hard work legal pi pe 372-0405. should a saw cation. Attached garage 'a/nity .Qualit
you this
10' *t; hilVffK* In tangent bearing of North 61 degrees or lien or any of you. nave fee desire rn n see camp.If separate dining room 111-
you. ,
said County etc 2V or* West run northwesterly along in and to th* above-described lands and snorttiand.. "st exc in.tp. a. ROUTE Palama,sri man to 35 work hIgh and".1-do, w* h.* a hammer both 5 Central AirConditioner
hin six calendar said curv through an : should not be Z WI frS I
ana e of 1 degree show cause why the sam tremety qualified for a responsible q Guar wIth The
.f the first pub 5939" a distance of 199 42 ft. to taken for the uses and purposes set forth position hl 's eatl p.rrl In feet proper.j room I 12. LAKE FRO
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Each claim or the end of said curve run thence North w the Petition filed herein. so call Jack Bat n .p.I etH 528 cis. St. Gaines shad o trees -r Alt priced $S,m t Acres lake with sand .
ting and shaldence 59 degrees 21' 39" West 1171.05 ft. to WITNESS my Hand and Seal of this for Interview.WAITRESS p.. M.I For details Frank bo. Estimated A.front feet
and post' the west line of Section 10. TIS. R21E Court on this 12 day of June A.D. i Th4.J 41 vill. .. Real coa Grady wlte. Price s with 2
vnant. and shat (East line of Section f. TIS. R21E) at B. CARMICHAEL. w.nt for HoardJOs WANTED experienced mechanic ..to. Hard Eltlte pet. cash down. by7lnnt
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t ant his agent..n .1 at point" 2074JS tt. northerly from the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Retae A, M.n Mtos 7 H. Main Springs Filn., 0 B. High

claim er deli Southeast comer of said Section ,. COURTIN A or P.St. per Ph 365. Fl.OEAN Best hi equipment using Internally -
t* voId.ERSON. thence North 59 degrees 2V 30" West AND FOR ALACHUA son o. 2S30 NW. 13 WANTED one second FRONT STEAL ARNOLDRealty insulated ds desnd. -
1290.24 tt to the North line of the NEU COUNTY. FLORIDA.BY BEAUTY Apply by g 445-M C 175 f en Ocean wi a depth engineer*
of th SEH of DENTTOR b of feet AlA feet i.lt
is Section 9. TIS. R21E at a : EMILY WATERHOUSEDeputy GalnfSviIIe 5405. t 3
point 23117 ft. easterly from the Northwest Clerk. E.r u famous Girl e on AlA bet Cret Bea Company b AMERICAN
h tP1 comer of NEU, II.ti S1 and tor .L HEATING
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CARLISLECOUNTY 1219 W. Umv Ave.
Containing" 1.513 acres more er less cx.chjstve Ph 36 3.3 PH. 376-8258
of existing road ATTORNEY WANTED lady experienced as dry CE < CLERK mote "Io Eugene 5.. Barnes and Son AssocIates
OWNED BYi right of way. P. 0. BOX 4aGAINESVILLE cleaning checker. No phone calls. day sf. a day W attractive R'llto Member MLS Jane Caldweil F. W. Hodge I ine NE Jjrd ttve.
FLORIDAOf Gamesv 45 5012 Jim Sheppard Charlie 24 H Service
Johnnie L Davis t wife. Willie Mae counsel for S Mr. Wec Stocks C..er l"t.S Phone VA f- Ay
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OPEN HOUSE 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. WILL trade waterfront tot for car. --' -
$14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open < acres 2 houses. reasonable. IN NEWBERtY 3 BR. Fla. Rm.. rm. Only $450 down. Lots priced from $1,250 to $5,000. --
assume
House Sundays. 1 to 6 P.M. Designed Cash or terms. Rt. 1. Box 49, 1 bath, kitchen living rm., din- loan at $96 per mo. By owner. What have you? Phone GR S-S751.
THE TIME IS NOW &. engineered by U. S. Archer Fla. Ing en,. Block home with T/t 1937 NE 7th Ter. G. P. Rippey. Melrose.
Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 acres of land within city limits.
sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond., Get In The SwimFREE Price $14,000. Phone 472-2459. WOULD you buy a S20.000 nome
brick veneer 2 car garage. for considerably less? Located in Sfikc 4I
Watch for opening date of new an atmosphere that offers heart's E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN j.WI1tIIttfljl
model home. Alachua Homes Inc. lifetime family membership BIG VALUESFOUR desire for relaxed comfortable .
Call Frank Thomas FR 66690. In Carol Estates Swim Club and living. 25 minutes from Gaines JR. '
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr Community Center to all new BEDROOMS TWO BATHSfor ville. Here is your opportunity. )
$15,000. Cent.
only heat. nice :
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR, Hugh Edwards home buyers. 376- shaded lot. Excellent close In 10- Write box 444 M Gainesville Sun. Homes. Lots. Income. Business :.
2 bath Ig. Fla. rm., utility area 7971. cation. Good financing. See this SPACIOUS HOME 'in select neighborhood and Lake Property.
House to Rent? separate living rm., dining rm Farms and Acreage.E. .
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one.
kitchen", wall, to wall carpetingin Florida Park CCB home, oak strip 35,000 sq. rU central C. -CURLYKUEHN.. Jr. .
ONLY $76 PER MONTH and a heat & AC.
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living rm., glass sliding door floors. 3 BR 2 bath large living small down payment and S3* N. MAiN ST.
you can
leading to 16 x 24* patio fenced- room with fireplace separate own this like new 3-1 home in 4-2. 21100. med. center Univ. FR 1-2032 Broker FR 544 -.....
in back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. with dining built room in stove Fla. and room dishwasher. kitchen- NM on paved street. Cent. heat area 292 SW 13th St. -
REMEMBER
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rental COSTS $19,500.
vacancy Central oil heat. Window air carport Ut. & storage. .
$12,000 BUYS this extra clean 3 BR, We have a variety of rental houses ..

YOU MORE than the ad that will rent Builder CloseOutBUILDER wooded conditioners large situated lot with on lovely heavily pa 36th 1 bath Drive.CB Only home$750 at down.527 Stove.N.W. listed. I I YOUNG ...
tio. Price 529.000 with substantial Call KITTIE FEIBER
must sell a limited num Ref. and dishwasher Included.
A
ber of new homes in one of down payment. 1414 N.W. REAL BUY. Wilbur Bishop RealtorOffice AMERICA "' ;
_ it Gainesville's most beautiful areas. 14th Ave. By appointment only. AIR CONDITIONED for ref comfort 6-5081 Home 6-7108 .
Close to schools and shopping. FR .2065.. in this Brand New 3 BR, 2 _
Hugh Edwards. Inc. 3767971.A bath CB home at 3669 N.W. 16th HOMESNo

Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU AC.COOL WW BUY J BR, IVi Bath. ARTIST-DESIGNED Finley School. many HOME unusual near Ave.Dream Half kitchen.Acre Double landscaped carport.lot. Quality Homes I
your carpeting drapes HW features. 3 BR, 2Vi bath Ig. Sidewalk to schools.
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floors fenced yard. $97 per mo. panelled study. Ig. LR withcathedral small down
Down
Including T & I. Owner leaving. ceiling sep. OR, Ig. payment will move you in. Money
EVERY DAY until it is rented : Phone 372-3784 719 N. W. 19th K with dishwasher Ig. screened WESTVILLAN.W. VAMinimum
Lane. porch, carport, AC. Lg. hedged UNIVERSITYREALTY

Home With Income shady patio lot beautifully dead end street.landscaped Sept. 16th Ave. FHA
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 1 occupancy. $22,000 with substantial
JUST LISTED. live in newly decorated down payment. 831 NW & 37th St.

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day garage 3 apartment bedroom home to help and make rent 20th only. 376-0567.Terrace. By appointment 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 Close to Schools
I monthly payments. Owner will W. M. Munroe Broker ,Q
Churches
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day and finance.immediate Realistic possession.price of $15,000 Call I BY was OWNER Parade of nice Homes.brick 3 veneer.BR, 2 Assoc.Roby Roy S. McCann E. McLaughlin.T. C. Douglas.Frank TERMSWALTER

now to see.ALACHUA. full baths complete kitchen oak ShoppingOPEN N

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day floors, central heat & air cond.. .
REALTYAssociates many trees. Brick enclosed patio Jr.FORDYCE 10 AM.6 PM

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day with tiniewood-Westwood barbeque. Big 2-car very garage.close.
Member Multiple Listing FHA appraisal J21,000 Only $93 STUBBS, LOCATED \

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Arie 615 N.E.T. Smith.1st St.Realtor 376-2<<1 go mo.FHA.after Call substantial FR 2-0774 equity for app or?. INC. 600 BLOCK.
REALTORTraditional
I Mabel Gore. AssociateNE NW 34th ST.

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 2 yrs. old 3 BR. IVi baths. den "We Trade Houses" ,
brick patio & barbeque fencedIn JWK PHONE 372-7070 IWlllfll""llwma1111Wf1111111111iWIIWIIIWIIIIIIIIIIWWUIIIU 1 31ilwMIuufflussL03awu' = .

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day yard with trees close to
I schools.monthly payments.pool membership.Phone 376-4911.$84 3728404HOME styling and quiet living in this 4 :

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day 5-ROOM FRAME house screened and income In Northwest. bedroom Gainesville.2 Almost bath home 1500 sq.In ft.N.W.of I; COMPARE !

I porch, reduced for quick sale. New Listing on attractive duplex. living area ang!! a delightful lot. FOREST PINES 1 ,
I $85 mo. . $2.83 day I $2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman Live in your two bedroom: apartment Equipment Incbrtea built-in oven
per per
Williston. and rent the other. Only and surface .... 1I
I 528-4384 Only $1 ,000. GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST COLORED
$17,500.00. Call Fordye4 Aitociates, 'Inc., I THESE HOME VALUES 'J
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day I For Sale by owner. 3 large bedrooms DELIGHTFUL two bedroom house 376-1236. DUPLEX RENTALS
Florida room. hardwood convenient to University.I
I very the g BEFORE YOU BUY I.
floors 2 full tile baths. CCB Lovely large living with
room
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day I home. $17,000. 1110 N.W. 36th fireplace cool screene.1 porch, Paneledliving I
Ave. FR 2-1265. large bedrooms shaded lot. room oaK floors lwIIIIIIWIIllllllWIIWlWluulDIII /
central air-
I $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day WHY PAY RENT SPACIOUS Shown and by appointment gracious three only.bedroom conditioning and built in book SAY '
New homes. $9400. 3 bedroom tile shelves are only a few of the E'
bath $45 per month. Located on two bath home In the preferred many extra features found in this i The following art ready for
S. E..c5th Terrace. Also some address of Black Acres. 4 bedroom 2 bath home in the occupancy.
You will like the hardwood floors
Trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. N.W. section. Over 220 sq. ft.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR panelled family room large of living area and only 25500.
LARGE 3 BR 2 bath Woodland amount of closets and the Call Fordyce & Associates, Inc., CHIlllllllllllllllIUIIIIIIItiliiiiiiiiniiillllllllliiliiii! i
3330 & 3320
Terrace Home. full appliances modern kitchen. Available tomorrow 37 -t2J6.
Included. Excellent condition. at $24,500.00. g NW 30th Art.:

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Easy financing. Call 372-3793. J. W. Beamed g1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR 1 bath* $500 dn $". .
621 N.W. 35th St. 37 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn., $96 per mOo
BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath. extra KIRKPATRICKRealtor ceilings walnut paneling and brick E per month.
large shady lot Ig. utility area fireplace exemplifies the beautiful 1 4617 SE lstPJ.
Interior of this 4 bedroom 2 bath g 2024 NE 16th Ter.
big kitchen with skylight terrazzo 4608 SE 2" PI.
FR
31 N. Main Phone 2-8404 home in the NW. Add this
floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. West to 2.- E 3 BR 2 bam $350 dn., 529
Member Multiple Listing 000 sq. ft. of. living area on a :3 BR. 1 bath* $400 dn ttl
morland. 376-7993 after 5 for per month.
appt. ASSOCIATES: spacious lot and you can't It err mo.
pass
35 House for SoU 35 Houses for Sale BY OWNER Carol Estates. 3 BR. Floyd Mathiasen Irene Bunnell up at $27,000. ,Truly different. Call \
2 bath, fcltctMt tripped option A. W. Reece. Capt.. USN. Ret. Fordyce & Associates Inc., 376Shady- 1115 NE 5th St. 303 SE 38th St.

al. 4W% morqjae 1121 NE 2ist 1236. ...'............- 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn, $88 3 BR. 1 bath" $400 dn. Si4
WELL located home for sale. Ow,, BY OWNER Finley School Area. Ave. PMnS m-1ar.1.. g per month. per mOo
er graduated and will give Immediate Spacious :3 bedroom house In Redf ranksRealestate S 2 Bedrooms a Stove hood with light and fanS
_ occupancy. R e cent quiet neighborhood. 2626 NW 2nd FOR SAL.E'TY.OWNER 2 BR. Large living dining err Double compartment sink I mlnlnIlIUIIIRllllmUllllUmlfllp"q'lIlD! !!!'
CC B. near Heohan Foster School. Construction Venetian Blinds 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Minted and In excellent condi- Ave. FR 2-0992. trees surround the fenced yard and Masonery
tion. Why pay rent when you FHA evalu1)l 7200. $250 down patio of this 3 bedroom. 2 bath S Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills 3 BR 2 bath" $450 dn J?I
can pay less to own. 376- 1242 N.E. 6th Ave. 2030 NW 55th St. 726 NW 34th PI. and a fireplace add to the cozi- Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
By owner; low down payment. 3 2 BR frame neat and clean good ness of this home. A lovely neigh- Large double sliding daor Insulated Attic 3301
BY OWNER. Mason Manor 3 BR, bedrooms payments less than IN PARK LIKE SETTING huge borhood also. Only $18,500 and closets a Paved Streets
condition city water shady lot g Hope NW 30th Ave.
2 bath. cent. heat built-in kit., rent. Phone FR 2-0258. 50 x 120'. Immediate occupancy. lot with circular drive underground available under F.H.A. Call For. S Linen Closets a Close to school and bus stop 37
4 BR. 2 bath $600 dn $89.
sprinkler system.
huge screen porch paved dead dyce Associates, Inc., 3761236.Investment. Back storage closed Planned play grounds
shaded lot reasonably: 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath CCB screen easy private financing. $200 down. Very modern 3 bedroom 2 S per mOo 1.
.nd priced.street Phone FR 22371.LITTLEWOOD ed porch. air conditioned. central $55 monthly. Located at 1312 SE bath. Large living room Washing Machine fixtures I "H" Inc.
heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street, FR 2nd Ave. near busline. See it and with sliding glass doors to
AREA 26729. phone FR -7170. screened porch. Call 6-0817. This home and garage apartment Is For appointment coil 372-5321 or 3275322Take mmnJnllllllllJlIIlIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIII/ ==fl*
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4 BR, :3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living I NW SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths FRAME house. 4Vi ac.. 2 miles yours for the small price of $7,500. s Trade Homesor
northeast 8th to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.
NEAR UF of F 3 bedroom 1 ave.
area. central heat built-in kit. large carport & utility rear terrace east of Starke. Drapes In every It has been reduced for quick Property
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High, excellent condition. Good room central heat termite treated bath. Gleaming oak strip sale. Do Call Fordyce & Associates .. ..
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2 blks. from Littlewood elem. terms. 372-5756. 2 pecan trees on property. floors. fireplace recreation Inc. 376-1236. I IUIIL'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIJIWIIIIIIIIIDIIJIJ! FOR RENT
school. Ideal for Ig. family or: landscaped with drive added. Call room. Walk to campus or
LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 9692621964. golf course. Only $400 DOWN INVITINGLY LOW TERMS
and elderly personsPriced ALL
family 4 $88 inct. taxes OUR HOMES ARE 124 SE 7th 5,.
BR. 2 bath cent. heat built In per mo.
I FORDYCEASSOCIArES.INC
for Immed. sale. 3449 OPEN HOUSE 3 BR, 2 bath cent. OPEN FOR Y -
kitchen. home. You can save & ins. to qualified FHA buy. i WYT1Ze
N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. $1500. Call FR 2-3826. heat & air tend. wall to wall er. Call 6-0817 for appt. $400 down 3-bedroom 1ba"Large JOY SEEING IF 3 BR 1 Bath -
HOUSE: for Mclntosh Fla. carpet. draperies. $15,500 with g YOU WILL JUST CALL. I Year Lease $95 par Ma.
Nine roonw.sattNjn'?-"' ths. on large :3 BR; 2 bath home with screenedIn $500 down. 4002 N.W. 13th; Place. NORTHWEST Mid trees rolling Multiple Listing Realtors lot & trees 1123 S.E. 4th STREET
lot. wins ge" grapefruit porch, air cond.. pool menvbersnip 372-5516. lawns & nice homes. 3 BR Grace Fordyce. Broker : FR 6-5301 or FR .4-798
built-in Dudley Goulden, $12,250
oven. $14,200. Lot 2 bath Fla. room builtinkit. Associate
trees. S3omWlity. and assume HOME for sale by owner.
payment WjPO per mo. Present Phone 3721038. 175' x 375. Esther Williams Central heat. MODERATE O.Harvey C. Gay Benton Associate $75 per month total
PRICE RANGE. Make Associate
mortgage MM. Will accept 2 BR NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th 926 W. Univ.
house trMer for equity. Phone bath. Central heat central air Ave. Shown by appointment only. an offer on equity & as- 376-1236 many other models for your :selection
r low
sume mortgage for one
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3727674.',-. cond. Northwest. 19000. Call Call J. R. Crane 372-3631.
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monthly payment which includes See NW 14th PI. & 39th St.
C LAKE -SANTA FE, $8.000. Completely 376-2927. taxes & Ins. Call 6- EYES RIGHT! at
furnished house located
1.i, $40 Month. New. CB home. low NEW 0817. Drive 16th left 3Rth St.
$ next to Buddy's Landing. Large down payment. See at 210 S. E. See real dream living In Shadow west on Terrace on Butler Bros. Builders
living room and bedroom with 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- 3 Bedroom. 2 bath homes. Near BIG. OLD & CHEAP excellent '.awn Estates. Models Open. Gainesville's Leading Builder of Quality Homes
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large walk-In closet compact
4692. school. V.A. nothing down only location. :3 apartments with F. D. OUter, BIdr.! ,
dining room kitchen and bath- $100 closing. FHA minimum good income. Call 6-0817.
room. Also has utility room. FINLEY SCHOOL AREA down payment. N. W. 6tn St. Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor West en Ph.NW s *MM BUTLER BROTHERSPhone
carport and storage shed. Gasheat and 37th Place. Myrtle Lassiter Associate the Glen jnh Ave. past
and air conditioned. 30 ft. HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERAT W. E. "Bill" Harris Associate Springs Intersec Invites You
T.V. antenna. Will also consider APPRAISED VALUE OF NORTHWESTClose 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 60811Hes. tion. SM sign en left. : PR 2-9545 doily; FR 6-9084 nightsDON'T
lease. Cy Koperky. Earleton Flo-. $17400. :3 bedrooms 1 bath with 376-2927 or 372-7943. to !
rlda. Phone 4M-1717. space for future bathroom. living to school and shopping. 3 bedrooms Member Multiple Listing --- -
N.W. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath* room with fireplace separate 2 bath home with family '
home. Central heat and air con dining room screened porches room. This is a very nice home

well ditioned.R.E.A.Out Power.of city limits. deep detached veneer construction.2 car garage.Excellent brick tor$1400 the down growing payment.family with only PARRISHPRESENTS Palm View EstatesA

condition. Household furnishing -- ; --
REPOSSESSED :3 BR. 1 bath. built. optional. Located three blocks DAN BYRD GIVE
in appliances small down payments from school and two blocks from
monthly payments $85. Located Univ. Campus. Shown by appt.
on SE 28th Place. Call FR only. Call owner at FR 4-6336. Associates Inc.
22372. WORK SHOP Jack DeYot AssociatesE. Realtor MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom -'z A new community of distinctive -

3 BR, lbcith. CBS. $350 CAROL ESTATES. :3 BR. W bath. E. Holloway Christine Stone 2 bath home. Central heating and homes iruthe fashionable .
dining rm.. Fla. rm., Ig. util. Walter Stoddard air conditioning. Lovely fenced Northwest
down, no closing cost $59 rm., fenced back yard near 92S NW 13th Street 3722511 rear yard makes Ideal play area AWAY MONEY p
mo. FR 2-3233. schools & churches. 372-8776. Call night or day for children. Convenient to schools .

IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had
on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry 'l".y Featuring : .. I
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FUN walking distance of Gainesville I ;}'4 FHA homes from
High Schools.ANGLEWOOD.and J. J. Finley Elementary ( Build a future for your family sll


Almost new t bedroom $16,000-$20,250
2 bath Contemporary home. with H.C.M. home)
Central' heat and central A-C. a new ll: Down payments frin itaeaa
Fenced back yard. Family room.
beautiful built In kitchen. Immediate -

occupancy.A Few pleasures eon compare wit+ithe satisfaction of HOTC! ownership ,iilnqi VA Loans Available

SUNBOATS spacious PERFECT for HOME gracious beautiful livIng. located and. especially in Highland Court Manor. Besides the value of on 4/

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA in a choice Westside location excellent investmentS there's the knowledge that you're building for
this 4 bedroom. 3 bath home with future.
swimming pool and lovely patio. your family's
living room with fireplace separate -
& MOTORS dining room large family The financial 3 & 4 BEDROOM
_ _ BOATS 6 MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION room. carpets and drapes Included. advantages are many. If you're renting you're just I
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing loads heat and of storage air conditioning.space central building equity in your landlord's property. In the end. you'll havs

Boats. 12' fishing boats. 24" GRILLS nothing to show for your largest single living expense except rent
13' LAPSTRAKE .' . .. $l'J PIywoocf$49. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town receipts.If Palm View Estates
2 bath
14 FISHERMAN ._. $2S $10.99 and must sell. 4 bedroom.
ir3- WITH STEERING _... $34S. THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES home. living room. family room. ,

EASY CHARGE TERMS OR CENTRAL The Heart Of East Gainesville- 725 N. Main 372-3537 air porch.built-in conditioning.Central kitchen heat and Priced and*ere to central ened sell. you own your home however you're entitled to a $5,000 home- is planned for professional men and thei'..

stead families.
Check with Charlie exemption, which makes the taxes approximately $260 per "'

FRANK PHILPOTTS FR 21711.ADVERTISE List of Classifications to choose NEW WESTSIDE restricted residen- year less thon on rental property (you're helping to pay your londIords -
SPORT CENTER tial subdivision acre lots. paved FERNWOOD MOD
from streets Inside lots S39 50. corner taxes if you're renting). .
Home of HUNTER Fiberglass lots $4250. Select your homesite
Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH before the next Increase. Also
now the
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Motors. MURRAY Skiing Swimming-Diving. money you pay for rent establishes no equity you from

Canoes.Trailers and JACKSON Sailing IN THE Fishing Equipment. M.M.PARRISH your Wt home payments payments aren't.do. And the interest is tax deductible your $12,250 I

Safety Items. .
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Where Quality Sells Itself from $400 do
50 NW. Uth Ave. SERVICE DIRECTORY Golfing Equipment. Yf3* con probably own a home in Highland Court Manor for. less

FR 2-SOU or FR 6-6893 Tennis Equipment. 3* $.fou're paying in rent..Why nofsee how easy it is by stopping

Mon. Thru Frt. 54 tun. Sat.4 Baseball Equipment. H. Wayne& ASSOCIATES Hill Helen, INC.Graham ty .. sales office or model home today? I IMMEDIATE OCCUP
Other Times by Appointment ALACHUA COUNTY'S
Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish 3 MODELS
ONLY DEALER Where to Fish. If N E 1st Street Tel. FR 25375McCOY'S


Sun Wont Ads SEA SALES HORSE JOHNSON AND MOTORS SERVICE Plus many many more. I- '4 New Models Priced' from $13,400 to $18,200

ton Star Boats. Orlando Clipper NOTHING costs) WRITE. WIRE. PHONE
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Get Results Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Macoma Homes, $100
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View Estal372.9545doy376.90
601 S. MAIN ST. SERVICE: DIRECTORY Sale, very I attractive 3. Palm

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distance E. University to AVC.J Leke walking Fvrest Highland Court

Schools. PrIce $ 00. .$500

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in, the Call down Gerald and $79.50 or V.per Q. month.McCoy by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON Drive West on 16th Are., T

Jr. Day FR7290.. nights FR 39th Terrace To Model
Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
and t-5015.23rd Office Blvd.! corner N. Main Sales Office NE 23rd Bird. & '11th Terr. Phone 372-3471 JJ JJwbM

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CLASSIFICATION INDEX'ANNOUNCEMENTS NICELY furnished convenient VERY NICE 6 rooms. with S acresof YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour NEW MOON Metro 1963 10' x 60'. TIME .
downtown are*. $75. Adults only. land. prefer middle age couple. hearing. Our Free Examination 3 B R, front kitchen financed with 1964. 4 d.air conditioned. Chevrolet
no pets. Inquire Lillian's MUSIC Located in Archer. Call 45-2312 will give you an accurate Liv. Rm. and Ors unfurnished. I. Completely equip FR 2-1411
( MERCHANDISE Store. or 374-2721. report. Visit Gainesville's HEARING $200 for equity and take up pay. ped. Ief priced buy Info

1.. .... *. NICE 2 BR turn. apt. with private 3 BR 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150 Main AID St. FR CO.6-C09S.TODAY. 620 N. ments.P.M. Phone 6-0355 after 9.00 Call .95 days 376- Courtesy Of YOU'REOFF
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.r TMks iaati .. BuI Call 23 evenings.
IC..r* bath & entrance. Large front per mo. McKinney Green
Chevrolet
Led .. F..a1 a lI.eJilaerT & rMIa porch. hot & cold water furnished. Inc. FR 23617. ONE nylon beige rug with pad. tVt 2 Bedroom trailer "2" with aluminum 1962 Austn; Man 11. COO Univrit
4 Pen.aaUnt 8erYIees a Building MkteriIJSI 2-9704. X 9 1 Porta Crib cabana conditioned Hel. N. St. At 6th Avc.
$58 per mo. Ph. or 31,BR furnished house for rent until ; ; 4 pairs of air equity. Can
n.t'l W.rm&tl.i 14 flsub.M G.... 2-9195 Sept. 1st. 1226 SW 15th St. fiberglass drapes. 50 x 14; 1 ice shady lot. pool. Town & Coun- be seen at pay.
I Special .Mlen fI AM1sc.i.rlsta Call' 376-M5. crusher; other household items. try. Lot G-2. Ph. FR '"'606- en.
'2 ) 1Use. Fer Ssls 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. Call 372-8374.
Ba"l1ltten. CUj Can n ruGae Po.ta Near University. See at 411 N.W. 1962 Belaire CHEVROLET. for DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
P114(1 r. G. bt II Articles Waat.1TkIgi 15th St. or call 2-4647. $60 per 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. SEWING MACHINES ITS FOOLISHto Information 'call 3754 after

..%. ... It Fa" 00 .. W.... mo. 1964 Zig Zag. like new. monograms.. pay more. RECKLESS to 3:00 PM..
':. Be.ta arlao EaIp. I 3 rooms & bath. close-in adults. TWO bedroom house for rent. buttonholes sews on buttons ap pay less. GET THE REAL 1964 Chevrolet, Impala. 2300
AUTOMOTIVE C.., .Bpt. Fisk no pets. Water furn. $S5 per mo. Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange pliques fancy stitches. overcastsraw FACTS. Payments as low as mites, A.T. 4-Dr. n.Cost. POOLE-GABLE

,. ........ S&l.s-I.ttsIs 'n Of tie. zatp.... FR 2-4621 or 3721633. Lake Marine Boat Works P. O. edges. Take 6 payments at $57.29 per month with S300 down. Phone FR 4-4404. John Baldwin.
t ''n .IIDe fl.es for laM ''n MuSeal .er........ Box 221. Orange Lake Fla. __$6.40. Phone 3722051.DISCONTINUED LAKE GENEVA 119 SE First Avc.
Stone
13th
REDWOOD APTS. 4401 SW hard
1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire
.3. Tnelr.l fer lIai.n 1 BR apt. avail immediatelyNew UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house MURALS Mobile Homes Sales 372-4343 WITHGOOD
Trucks Wasted modern. air conditioned.. $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed Complete set 1995. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts flit.II. top coupe, air conditioned

_10 Tneten A Track .ea&a1l REAL ESTATE fOR SALE One 2 BR house avail. July 1st. room house. $60 month. Furnished HARPER PAINT CO. FOR SALE 1958 HICKS trailer 4 speed transmission. Cor --- --- --- ---

IL& .3 Trailer B.atala I Newly decorated 8. new furniture duplex apt., $90 month. FR 10 S. W. 7th St. 3724366. II. with 11 x 30' cabana, 3 BR fur- is parked on Univ.
.r$3 HekrCJclet .. BeMten IS Lets for 8aIs == air conditioned. $110 Water & 67466.Bedroom. nished air conditioned washing Cit I
r U ...._IIDe.paln U W.terheat Preert, garbage furnished. Ca'l: 372-6723._ OR SALE. 5 not water tanks. 30gal. machine. fenced yard. Located at Bank parking lot. See NEW
II Boa.. "or isis I 2 CB house $60 per with gas heater attached also Foster Mr. Johnson ot
.aIe Archer Rd. Trailer
A..oIlDes Park FR
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M at C.Uagee F.r a.lo LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apart- month. Call 376-2927, t A.M. to 5 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete 7317. o A
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Swap J1 Real Estate Exchanged EEDUCAT1INAL ment. T.V.. swimming pool P.M. with gauges. Inquire Lewis FALCON

sa Real Ectati Wasted available.Phone 462-1673.Near G.E. Plant on 441. 3 BR. 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st Jewelry Co. FOR SALE or trade for house trail.er. 1964 VW. radio seat belts o II

J' O.t ., Town Preperq Ave.. $100 per mo. University Now Specializing; In Ladies* Better equity in 3 BR house central log back windows. side ,
ek..1e# 1etlea 1- attractive spacious. upstairs heat. all tile bath. 126 SE 100 1
: : M.s1..asisg. 40 Essiscie Properties ERY Realty. 372-4351. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 70th St. Ph. 372-0560. lag rack trailer hitch. undt. Down
CI ResIdential lIIeelD' 2 BR furnished apartment. through 56. miles. $1650 Phone I
t $3 Each. Exceptional ,0
Wu&e6-laatne&Jaa 3 BR, 1 bath. 1414 NE 9th St.
$95
:o 42 Fare A Acreage = Only $70 per month. FR 6-5270 Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER 2.7 I payments of only
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4J Celered Pnperty Iteldals 705 N.E. 2nd St. per mo. Call McKinney-Green 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
g DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave
Inc. 23617. THINKING about buying a good I $ r/ Per
EMPLOYMENT .
GI Colorecl ?.perty Sales ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St, $75 nue. car? Only $1200 will put '

t .:: 17 WorlC.utet Hal.FeiesI per mo. Call McKinney Green. RENTALS DBL BED. $35; reclining chair MUSTANG Special; model, per- sp a 1960 Alpine. Extras include : 30 Mo.
: 11 Werk'Waat.t, RENTALS Inc. Realtor. FR 23617. 2 & 3 br homes turn & unfum wire WW tyres and
Wasted e $20: corner table $5; util table. feet condition must be seen to whels My Personal Del
a 11 8a1cl fleip MARY MOELLER REALTOR $.5; Ig. homemade desk. $8. be appreciated $249. 1624 N. heater. Cal 376-124 for details.
11 Beip-Mal. .r Fe..l. U Cotta,.. For Bna FURN. Apartments close: In. private W. CALL or SEEOSCAR
IE 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Phone FR 6-8782. 12th St. Ph. 376-674. Phone
Wasted baths & entrances. 1 large Alfa Rom
U Male Belp U Furnished &p4.. Spder. 16 BRYAN STARTTVhen
D..a&tle 46 UDfaraJaJie4 Ap&a.U == $60; 2 small. $35. No children or 2 BR. Ig. yard near school $60 PORT. ice chest. $12.50; 6 ft. 1963 DUCATI motorcycle 125 cc.. .
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*S ...ale li.lp Wastid C1 Houses for Real F.ra. pets. 376-3636. per mo. Call 3729655. 1012 NW folding table $10; alum. & plastic 5000 miles excellent condition. 1956 PLYMUTH. 2 dr., VAT.. Shaw Cr KeeterFR
"! 4. Houses let Beat. Val..... CLEAN. quiet apartment in nice 39th Ave. lounging cot. $5; Call 372- maintained regularly by competent r ls good runs good
LIVESTOCK Hotel Thom 4871. mechanic $215. Phone FR Phone after 5 P.M. I
FARMS'6o 4 "'a reI' Beat section. 1 block from 2 B R. CB house parquet floors ___
:e Fua E"IlDe.t 50 Hotel &ooIDS as. Good bed. front and back entrance tile bath screened porch shady NIKON F with" 50 mm F-l.4 NikkerS 2-6818 after 5:00.
27 Feed ... FuWJsCl' 11 lilac. Restals i screened porch ceiling corner lot. backyard fenced for auto. lens and Photomic sys- SAVETAKE HEY 6.5371'Z
21 Un.leek .. 8.ppliee alA Wanted r. Beat == fan water furnished. Adult cou- children. carport. 726 NW 31st tem. Slightly used. $265. Also $ $ I have for 1961 Chevrolet convertible
r 2) Landscaping Top Soil I: Boarder Wanted pie no pets. Available June PI. $70 per mo. Avail. July 1. Canon EEE Motor Zoom >. 8 up payments on a 1944 Honda sal a one week ol toP.
JO Pets uppliee. U Office Desk Space 27th. Phone 6-3558. Call 372217S mm movie camera with 10 mm- Motor Bike. Call 372-7165. new -Interior new all
J1 Llveetek Wasted It Buises Zestalu I LARGE 3 room apartment. Avail- 40 mm F-l 7 Canon zoom lens. around. 0 Mechanically perfect.For .

able at once. $58 Includes water 49 Rooms For Rent automatic COS meter. battery 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR details call 3727165 after BUY1 YourFamily
FINANCIAL SERVICE and gas. 305 NW 1st St. Call drive and power zoom. Brand 6:00 P.weekdays anytime Sun -

1 .. II Essiseas o".ri.*1t1e. :: Special Servlcei 3762012or 376-7568. LARGE new. $150. Call Mr. Chlu at FR day.
room at
l 1228V4 W. Uni-
6-3261, Ext. 2473 or FR 23241.
11 Mosey., .. Leaa fJ Hems Jmpr.nmeata 5as ADULTS only. One or two bed- versify Ave. Hot and cold water CONDITIONING Tune up f
MOrtgagee 21 .a41. & TY Benk.II rooms. Call J. R. Crane 3723631. furnished. $35 for 1 persons 2 21" Airline walnut consol TV. Ex. Special; $2.50 for performance 86 SWAP CARS '62 VW $1395
HoaeJ', Wasted Z Ii Appliance F1maJtu. person $40 month. FR 6-2641 or cellent condition. $95. Large win- test. All makes and models.
: I FURNISHED garage apartment. 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. dow fan fair cond. $10. Phone Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air '
__ =_ ____ Conveniently located adults only. FR 6-0020 after 5. Conditioning Servicing Center. WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile 88 In 60 VW $1040
no pets. Call FR 21823 or FR AIR CONDITIONED corner room 204() N. Main.. St.. .Phana.. .. FR '. excellent condition with pre I
23794. for graduate or mature woman CUSHMAN Highlander frame complete 2561. -- -- - '- ium tires for Jeep In like con '
38 Real Estate Wanted 43 Colored Pr.-rtr 59 VW $995 Vacations
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student $35 per mo. 1216 NW new tires perfect condition. dition. Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
1 BR trailer for rent everything 3rd Ave. or call 3729725. $25. Phone 376-3422. SPECIAL auto painting Automotive -
$2.9.
HOMES i-OK SALt furnished except cooking gas. repairs and
lif Pro. desires 4 BR. 2 bath. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & $52 per mo. Phone 376-1502. MEN only rooms. Singles WE WANT TO buy late model Miller & Sons 732 NW tunep.. 87 Automobiles Wonrcr

Llniewood. Sept. Dr. N. Market ment.SE 7th Some Ave. Some small no down down pay pay- FURNISHED apartment. Clean. cool and doubles. Call 372- used refrigerators.trade-ins now Exceptionallyhigh givenWILSON'S Phone 372-7915.
188 Kenvlll Rd.. Buffalo N.Y.. and comfortable. 25 minutes from 9222. EXCHANGE
ment. Monthly payment $57 to 1950-54 Fords
CARS WANTED
1421_ _$._ _ _ _ J45. Also homes built on your Gainesville. Access to big lake 111 SE. 1st Street. Phone FR 85 AUTOMOBILES for IN
good fishing. $65 per month. G. SAL C. Chevrolets. A Hem Ser 61 Comet. 4 door $995
lot for no down payment. 66479. .
51-A Wanted ice Station
40 Business Properties Call TOMMY RIDGELL P. Rippey Melrose. GR 5-5571. To Rent 61 Comet, 4 door $1095

Builder Phone FR 3-4135 FORDYCE RENTALS KODACOLOR and CORVAIR Moa.6 equipped 62 Falcon 2 door $1195
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. 2 bath in BLACK & WHITE with white" side
I FOR SALE LOOKING FOR A 3 Bdr.. A-C NW location $140. NW section. Starting Aug. 1. 2 PRINTS for the PRICE of 1 wall tires. 8.000 actual miles. 61 Falcon 4 door $995
SOUND INVESTMENT? Duplexapt. 44 Cottages for Rent 2 Bdr.. NW location Furn. $100.. Contact Dr. E. Williams Holiday All sizes except 35 mm Au payments small equi VOLKSWAGENMILLER Comet, convert. $2895
3 Bdr., SE location, semi furn.. Inn June 21 12 roll 6
-23. $3.48 savings on exp. consider A
.. 1 mile west of Melrose. 25mln. $7500. t. olde car for DeSoto. 2 door $395
KODACOLOR
from Gainesville. Access to FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage. all 1 Bdr., SE location efficiency rum., COUPLE wants 2 or 3 bedroom UNIV. CITY of PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. equi. Call 8-5 3721.el. 63 English Ford $995
semi-private lake as well as large furnished house 3
electric tile shower good ventilation apt.. 5500. permanent residents 1021 W. Univ. Ave. weday
64 E. Ford Cortina
Lake Santa Fe. Priced reasonably located on Santa Fe 4 Bdr., SW location unfurn $185 house & neighborhood must CHEVROLET 56 4-door. 6-cylinder $1895
at $12,000. G. P. Rlppey.C Lake. Phone FR 25451 or FR 2- Many more to choose from. be nice. Ph. FR 6-9653. FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW yellow and black. Good condi- 60 Falcon . $695
Melrose Fla. Phone 475-5571. 169. UF teacher & boasting their largest supply of tion. FR 61 Fiat 1100 Sedan .
FORDYCEAssociates family wants 3 BR Seasonal Plants. Also call us $ Cal 6-880. 153
Excellent corner location zoned BR. COMER'S Lake View Beach on house for 1 year at $100 or less for decorative patio stones. bird SW 13h st. 55 Ford wagon $195 NEW
2, 89 x 120. Drive by 527-533 North per month; have lived in city for ,MGA,
Big Lake Santa Fe now open! Inc baths or any of your gardening 1958 Top condition, like 61 Ford Golaxie
Main and call us for Information.J. Swim and picnic. Furnished cot- 3 years. and now need a neigh problems 'FLORIDA PEST CON- new interior. Call FR 23054 aft BROWN
W. Klrkpatrlck Agency. FR tages by the week. For reservation REALTORS borhood with pre-school p I a y- TROL -GARDEN CENTER. FR &u..n. 4 door .. $1495
.a 7:3
2-8404, 31 N. M.ln. mates; sites with trees P. 1030 E. Univ. estee
-;; call 468-1129 Earlton. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 prefer- 6-2441, 20 NW 16th Ave. 1954 59 Ford door $495
red. Phone 376-4092. OLDS. air conditioned. automatic
t 41 Residential Income ENl modern furnished cottageson Working girl would like to share transmission, FR 2-3582 56 Ford station wagon
I' Lake Santa Fe by week or 46 Unfurnished Aprs. FAMILY of three wants 2-3 bedroom house with same. Call FR 4-9814 anical condition. 00 m. 60 Mere. Monterey $995 OR
season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. house below $100. Five after S PM. Phone 372-4881 ext. 19 or 372- : 63
1 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also *dloining year resident here. Phone 22913. 6811. Mercury
; rental property. 200 ft. 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen 75,000 BTU Duotherm oil heater PAINT Breexewoy $2850
Z''rontage.. .300 block N.E. 3rd Lake by week or month. Phone equipped. $60 per month on a 52 Boarders Wanted with" blower good condition. $25. j MUST SELL, leaving sch. Top 63 404 $1995
Ave. Will sell together or Stparet.ly. 376-5462 or 475-5223. year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days. Phone 3729667. cond., all new parts. Volks Peugoet

316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- COOL attractive beach cottage 200 376-7327 evenings. ROOM Night Browsing at Treasure wagen. Call FR 2-75 JOB
and Board for girls. Private I Friday paint |lob. Low .
475J feet from shore by week or 5 rooms & bath downtown area. bath washing Machine. Phone Chest In Fairbanks. OLD TIMEY USED
4 month. Flagler Beach; sleeps 6. retrlg. & stove. Adults. no pets _FR 6-6083. THINGS. odds and ends. Phone I LFA ROMEO Spider Veloc '60. CRANELNCOLN.MECURY
42 Farm fir Acreage Terrazzo floor screened porch. water fu-n. $60 per mOo FR 2- FR 6-1283. Excellent condition. engine recently -
Good surf and pier fishing $60 overhauled. New top. $1207
; 4621 372-1633.
or 54 Business Rentals Early American upholstered chair: Ph. FR 21052.
week." Available June. August $3995At
ACREAGE New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor small maple bookcase Danish
Operating stock farm. 449 acres and September. Call FR -79U $75.00 per month. Call John GARAGE space tar rent 6U S.W. modern chair: new porch swings i 1943 vw 9 pass. stat. wagon
after 5 P.M.
:30 (Microbus), 2 tone
complete with registered Angus Merrill Realtor. FR 21494. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- oak glass door book case. Blond excellent green. clean 516 S. MAIN ST.
herd. and line farm tor. FR 21494. condition inside and I CARHAWESNPOWERS
hogs full of dining table and 6 chairs lamps.
,. equipment. '4 br, 3 bath main 45 Furnished Apts. 2 BR apartment. large living room. other household Items. Nearly. out. curtains in windows separate 376-2425
kitchen equipped. nice quiet lo SMALL warehouse with platform tor adlustable driver's seat.
I house on private lake. and modern Nu Furniture Shop. 316 N.W.
tenant house. 18 miles from cation. No children or pets. trucks loading & unloading. in 21.800 miles with regular VW HAWESPOWERSBODY I
i 8th Ave. FR 6-4892.
limits. 1132 S. and economical
city
Gainesville., Reasonable. Call 1 Mary Phone FR 2-4857. Main St. care inspections
EAST SIDE Phone 372-8433 or 376-4173. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 40 hp motor gets 25 or more SHOP
Moeller. LARGE 3 bedroom 1 bath apart.
miles per gallon. For sale for
ment. Phone 376-2980 between WAREHOUSES new concrete and Used $60 611S.W..3rd St.FULL .
cash ( finance) at $1800
i 20 Acres, paved !.da'1 of Gainesville. GARDENAPARTMENTS 8 00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. block building with large units. Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S Call 374-0547.or you
$12,500 Mary Moel- For rent. Reasonable. Close to FOTO INC. RO8
I.,. :' I TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately _downtown AreA. Call 376-67S4 19 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 0
t lower level of duplex -
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MOBILE HOME COURT $57 per month upGainesville's ; stove and refrig. situated SIZE 12 wedding dress never worn. GAINESVILLE :.'
56 Business
Opportunities Call FR 6-8912 after 6 P.M. or
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 WE'RESTILL
I I Near Gainesville. on busy Hwy. Finest NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone weekends." AUTO SALES SIZE SMITTY SEZ :
1 I S9.90000 Low down payment low Furnished unfurnished 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. I
monthly pc mcnts. Lovely 1 and or 2 bedroom apart- FR 65871.DESIRABLE Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity THE best costs less If you heat 1007 N. Main St. ON
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- well located 2 BR for the right man to get In water electrically. Find out how Phone FR 2.6313 WORKING
MARY MOELLER REALTOR 9JM. duplex apt. with utility appliances the bowling alley business with a to replace it and get cash divi FORDCUSTOM

1019 W. University FR 6-4471 furnished. Rental $85 monthly small amount of capital. Call FR dends. Call Fuilgas your Philgas Northcentrol Flold'sLr CAR LOT WE
CLEAN living room lust refurnished yearly basis. No children. petsor 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. Dist. 376-5392. OUR USED ,

t "Selling Florida Sine 1906" newly painted. 1 BR apt. students. 815 NW 13th St. Haynes. 958 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson Dealer

FOSSEY at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per Phone FR 6-5323 or FR 6-6833. GROCERY STORE all colored: outboard engine 300 hrs. total Inpendent ROOM HELP US
110 acres rolling mostly cleared. mo Immed. Phone2472. NEED
occupancy. running time. $98. Phone FR
2 BR duplex avail. July 1st. Stove trade no down payment must 2-DOOR ,
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approximately Vk mile of paved Weseman Realty. and refrigerator Included. plenty have good credit or collateral. 23768.

Alachua road frontage. J200 an acre near FOR RENT Duplex apartment. closets and Irg. screened porch. Call FR 6-7231 days or FR 2-0641 FRIGIDAIRE 40" electric range in Value Rated MOVE THESE CARS. IF

Ralph Realtor furnished. 1336 N.W. 5th Ave. Call 376-8435. nights and Sundays. good condition. $35 or will trade $2096.00

FOSSEY Phone FR 2-4386. SPACIOUS. distinctive. first floor EXCELLENT downtown Smcia i r for power mower of equal value. Used Cars LIKE THESE
Dick Robinson AssociateII 2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room. apt. 1 BR. tile bath. electric kitchen. Service Station -open and do- 376-9697. YOU DON'T

W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 living room and private bath. Single faculty preferred. Also Ing business will lease to responsible VACUUM CLEANERSUsed B&G MOTOR CO. FAIRLANE2DOOR
Phone 3766512.EFFICIENCY 1 BR furnished apt. Phone 376- party with adequa t e Machines MAKE US

Fordyce AcreageGoing APARTMENTS. $50 rw'?. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. $15 up-25 to choose from Cadillac Oldsmobile PRICES
Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512.
ranch. S37S an acre with the month. Phone 481-2380 for Rent Furn. KIRBY SALES & SERVICE 2001 NW 13th St.
most 47 Houses 1400 FEET PAVED frontage-busy OFFER
beautiful rolling pasture. 712 N. Main Ph. 376-7110 $1996.00SHAW AN
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple
Truly a gem. corner inside city. 12W Acres .
ISO acres. 20 miles from town 60 preferred. but no children or ZONED SHOPPING CENTER.The T.V. antennas $3 single stack
pest Upstairs apt Available now. ENJOY Lake Santa Fe. year $7 double stack. $13 completekit.
acres In permanent pasture. plenty buy of a lifetime at 42. Power steering
of water fenced and cross Call 64512. around. Attractive home furnished COO. Brant's 513 NW 8th Ave. Raulerson 64 CHEVROLET super iport.

fenced. V* mile road frontage. or unfurnished including boat. SIX old G. E. electric range. & heater auto-
FOR RENT one bedroom furnished with child. Reasonable ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPhone year Motors power brakes $3 OflAC
Ideal for couple
$16500 per acre. good condition $75. High chair.
apartment near Univ. & Alachua 376-5707.
M acres suitable for cutting Into General Hospital. $65 month. rent to qualified persoo.GR $2. Phone 376-5770. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD motic transmission 3800 miles.

smaller. tracts. A good Investment Available June 15th 102 NW 7th 54496. fEXACO INC. BRACE yourself for a thrill the KEETER 63 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door hardtop. Power -
at 00
$165 per acre. & water fur- las dealership opportunities '
house lign's
St. Phone 3767$53.FURNISHED 1BR good first time you use Blue Lustre 372-5285
,5 Fordyce Associates, nished. $62 per mo. No pets available In the Gainesville area. for cleaning rugs and upholstery.Rent Home of A-1 Used Cin W. University steering, radio, heater, autoOOQC
oir conditioned FR
3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone Moderate Investment required. 28
electtte shampooer $1. Mc- JEEPS V-8.
'11 Inc. Realtors opts. under construction. 25433. Paid training program available. Daniell Furn. Co. CARS TRUCKS FR 6-5371 matic transmission,
Open Sunday I t* S p.m.
1 station at Main and 8th St.. door Power steer
Avail. Sept. 1. $100 small home. 3 63 IMPERIAL 4 hardtop.
per furnished.
t! t26 W. Univ. 376-1236 Neatly also Interstate 75 Available. Con- SEWING MACHINE -- --
S month. Call Wayne Mason Ig rooms & bath. all elec. kitchen. ---- --- I air radio
r. "7/j! acres. 10 miles out. carport. Cool. oak shaded tact J. A. Rewis 376-6091. 1964 Model Dial -O-Matic, Zig Zag. ing, power brakes $4595
ERNEST TEW REAL- like new mates button holes. overcast
'a $2000 cash yard. $60 per mo. FR 28181. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY heater automatic transmission.
TY. 376.6461. FOR TRUCKERSGET applique fancy stitches
4 64. S. E. SAPP..' REALTOR ADULTS only. 5 room house. 307 Into the growing transportation darns mends. etc. Assume 6 pay- VACATION TIMEIS 63 CORVAIR '700' door, radio, $ |
PI472.2DOO-,.. Newberry. Fla 1 CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor. SE 2nd Street. J. R. Crane. business as an Independent rents $7.10 each. 115 W. Univ. 2 695
a SI ACREAGE -v 1,Vi" 10 acre tracts 4-rooms. kitchen. bath. porch. $75 3723631. contractor. Earn top money. We Ave. Ph 376-1075 TIMEIF heater 4 speed . . I
IN
4.4 reasonable. Cash or terms. H. B. per month. 1 extra large extra 2 Bedroom frame home completewith need men 25-50 who own or can TRADE 63 VALIANT 4 door V200. Automatic transmission -
.. Standridge. Rt. 1. Box 49. Archer. nice. air conditioned. 1 bedroom. TV.. piano. washing I buy late model iVs-2 ton truckto 70 Boats-M arin* Equip.
"III.f $m month. U J. Moratto. FR machine & deep freeze. Located tow mobile homes nationwide. heater,
2-4957. morning noon or night. able to ICC physical $1695
Must be pass
f 43 Colored Property I BEDROOM completely furnished near 100 x Steven 141' $125 Foster per School.mOo Will Lot Contact Carl E. Trigg. Na- NEW Fishing Boats painted and YOU LIKE MONEY. Real clean. . . . .

r upstairs or downstairs near rent to girl students. Inquire at tional Trailer Convoy. Inc.. Phone ready to go. 8th Anniversary 63 VALIANT 4 door. Radio, $ u
Inn, Fla. 15 sale. June 1st to 15th.
622-7281. Holiday Ocala day
shopping center. See at 612 N.W. Office. 595
COLORED Mitra modern 2 BR ou- Nation Wide Insurance THESE
.. 10 ft. 2495. 12 ft. $39.95. a yearsIn YOU'LL LIKE . . . .
.. pin apartments large living and 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 2615 N.W. 6th St. Ph. FR 62524or FOR SALE BY OWNER two location. Turn East at heater. . .
... post office 5 blks. Frank Dicker. seerig.
fan. larg storage closets. terrazto 100* x 200' 62
..i air conditioned 3 ROOMS and bath. edge of New- potential Lake Marine Boat PRICES
Orange
son. conditioned
air
heat. R Crsfw 377331 brakes
t 1 floors the baths space each Call J OTTOr
private. adults only. $65. 406 berry; $45 monthly. Phone 472- Works. highway 441, P. O. Box a.d.i
and hot water heater faclllKM :
w C er for washing machines and NECthSt. 2043 61 Wanted to Buy 221. Orange Lake. Fla. 770. 4- heater.: . . . #VJ

4 paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 3 ROOM. 2nd floor. hot water fur. NEAT 2 BR house with T.V. BOAT good for fishing or skiing. Clasic 62 CHEVROLET super sport, 2 door hardtop.
t rt Ter. or call for appointment 372- nlshed adults. No pets.. $SO. See antenna 704 NW 34th PI. Call Steering mechanism length 15', I 1963 RAMBLER Door automatic
CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators brakes automatic
4 _S321 or 372-5322. 727 E. Univ. Ave. FR 6-7225 after 6:30 P.M. stoves. TVs. clothIng excellent cond.. Student must Power steering, power ,

etc. FR 23937. William'sService sell. 468-1200. transmission, radio, heater, Air. Power steering transmission, radio,

Center HllwttRoad.. 73 Musical Merchandise power brakes, bucket seats. $2595 heater. . . . . $2095

I I SERVICES 62 Machinery & Tools Beautful car . . . . 62 CORVAIR Monza 2 door coupe. $ 495

WURLITZER Radio hooter, 4 speed. . .
Batons' Cub Tractor 7 hp 2V4
old. 38" twin blade mower years attachment organs America's are No.at Earl's 1 piano Piano and Co. 1963 RAMBLER on.Cros 0UAu7omat9ictransmission ? 61 FALCON Futura 2 door. Automatic trans

Can be .seen very at good 3811 N.W condition.12th Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlit- seats. mission, radio, heater, air con- $
Air. Reclining
It 1 Home And Ave. or call 29651. Less than zer Dealer 702 W. UniversityAve. $2695Classic I 295
Business 2222. ditioned. A cream . .
Phone 372-
half original cost at J350 Low mileage. Nice . . puf.
TRUCK LOAD very fine factory 61 OLDS 4 door Power steering,

64 Household Goods rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR 550. 4- brakes radio heater. $
: ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC power ,

iulldozing RemodelingDO TWIN 12' casement window fan. STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. 1963 RAMBLER Door, automatictransmisio3 Clean. . . . . i 10V J
Robbins & Myers. 2 speed Intakeor FR 6-5931.

SMALL bulldozer loader dump YOU NEED. Florida room. extra exhaust. Phone FR 21840. CONN trombone. 10" bell excellent radio, $2095 .

i trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top room. more room. roof work.or .. DRAW DRAPES single and double condition. $70 Phone FR 2-9762. heater, Air . . . . GW WARRANTY
: soil. Phone 37J-7I4A. maybe a complete new hanselFor window size. $2.50 and $3-50 per PIANOS AND ORGANS

BULLDOZERS. wheel ..tractors.Dragline. motor Backhoe I work free estimate.phone &Carl guaranteed C" tel.pair. Good condition. Bambi Mo- Several name brand In pianos teaching and 1 OA9 FORD Foirla" 500, 4.Dor. au- 61 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4 door hardtop.
used our
grader. Free estimates. W. C.Jormson. Waters. 3724049,._. EARLY American double bed. Danish organ studios. Will sell at substantial 1700 tomatic trans- $1 Power steering, power brakes,
'BuclI) FR 6-6219. CARPENTER desires work. addifions modern sofa. bedding. Phone discounts. Gridley Music Co. O7 J $1QQF.
fc Phone FRSewing FR 2-0791. mission, radio, heater . . radio heater, air conditioned.
repairing. Gainesville Shopping Center. FR
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Landscaping .vo. 25353. IMPERIAL 4 door Power
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested 61 CROWN hardtop. -

LANDSCAPE SERVICE Machine Repair 42 Refrigerators and Guaranteed from $3f op UPRIGHT$100. Phone piano.376-9058 in good or 6-8085.tune 1963 RAMBLER 1KSS'SZtwin seeritl. power brakes, radio, $O*>IQr

Crass Sod-Carden MainNurserystock CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER 17* Washers Ranges from $39 up TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS floor Radio, heater. heter. transmission. j r7J
from $19
of all kinds.CREVASSES VICE CO. US W. UniversityAve. Dryers up Buy now for this faU. Many to shif. $2395 60 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door sedan. Automatic -
from $49 up Extra . . .
NURSERY 374-1075. We repair at 2 choose from. Instant credit.GainesviII . .
Food-Freezers
Landscape Co. Milk"' Work fully guaranteed 2 Dishwashers from from$49 199 up Music Center transmission, radio, heat- $ j OQJT

FR 4-1514 for free estimate. 10 TV Sets from $35 up up 3725421. 1C23-25 W. Univ. Ave. Galax'e 500, 4.Dor, Hard- er, air conditioned . lJ
TELEVISION JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 1962 FORD
ADVERTISE IN THE m NW am Ave.Ph.. 3725303 top, automatic transmission, 60 CHEVROLET Brook wood station wagon,

SERVICE DIRECTORY Repossessed Automotive Radio heater, lAO'kpower automatic transmission, radio heater,

Appliance Repair Cr ,I PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. 11 16 CU. FT. G. E. frost-free refrig 77 Mtbilr'; 'Homes for Sale I O7l1OA1 air
steering $
Mortgage Broker per Inch plus $11 to install most erator. Large freezer swing out steering . . . power IQQC

Air Conditioning tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special shelves. Assume payments of conditioning. . . . I OVO

MORTGAGE MONEY Reconditioned THE VARIETY TVs from STORE$9.95. $3.50 per week.GOODYEAR SERVICE. STORES WYATT- DAMTIABonneY'lle' Station 59 FORD Fairlane 4 door sedan. &TQC

A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 25 5H per cent Interest. Terms to 7 S.E. 1st Ave. Phon. 3723537 I 70 I I UN I lAv wagon, automatictransmission Standard transmission, 6 cyl. / YD
years. 4 Technician's with (4 ex
First In air conditioning and Apopliance BUY BUILD REFINANCE years radio, heater, power steering, 2 door
penance on all makes.T. 59 PLYMOUTH hardtop. Power
repairs. We sell guaranteed Can 66 Misc .For Sale. Trailer SalesHome Fur
washers. refrigerators etc V. SERVICE power brakes. 1 owner. heater
Dan Byrd 1 steering, ,
FR 4017Approisol. 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 PROMPT DEPENDABLEOpen T.V antennas. S3 single stack. S7 Home ot Like new : . : . . $ / 7 J matie transmission. V-8 auto$795
9 to -Closed Wed. at I P.M. double stack. $13.00 complete kit. Mobil Homes .

Service FHA current and rates.conventional: Terms at lowest to 15 I KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE Jim Voylev 4lt NW $th Ave. Shasta and Airstream Falcon 2-Door 61 DODGE Lancer 4 door sedan. utomatictransmisio'
421V, N W._10ttPfo.. 3723177 Travel Trailer '
years. Will gladly discuss at no REMINGTON etec. typewriter good Ocala's First Mobile Home 1961 FORD $895 radio, heater, $ u
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. condition.. $115. Call after 5:00 Dealer Sine\ 148 h . 095
W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Tires Alignment P oM. 372-673S._ 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. . . .. I

FRED REALTOR m. ARNOLD 31 N. Main St. PIF R 1-644 Brake Service FOR SALE OR TRADE. two 35mmExakt Phone 42USOcal $ CAD\ Falcon Wagon Automatic 60 CADILLAC 4 door sedan power steering,

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ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE FRED B. ARNOLD cameras lens. it accessories FI. 1961 UK Itransmission
REAL
REALTOR VACATION SPECIALON Phone 376-66C3. power brakes, automatic trnsmision.
_
121f w. UNIV. AVE. PM. an-asa FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS famous nationally known Mohawk -DCWLI NGS UPHOLSTERY WE BUY Radio, heater .. . u $1 095 radio, heater, air .
tire . Save tip to Chairs low USED MOBILE HOMESTop 49 $2495
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 50% en new tires. See *ur newwrap low as $8. No money dollar phone Real sharp . . . .
down IS paid.
as per month. 27US71.I Extra
Auto round retread that gives. Free estimates pickup and delivery I t "f-, 60 METRO 2 door hardtop.
Equipment GLADYS SmrtH Realtor. FHA more mileage t. traction. Latnor A leader In every way. Service 1961 i C1t' $445
and conventional aolAM service All work guaranteed. / :
rates. Terms to 2S years. J22J Ttr Co 613 N. MatSTree Phone 376-7716 first. always. Federal Quality RBLER $1 095 Real nice . . . . .
Homes. 4420 N.W. UtH St. 3725313.
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt t W. unhr. Ave. 3725393.F. Service TRADE your costly to operate buy ... 59 PLYMOUTH 4 door station wagon. Automatic -

exchanged t Repair kits tor H. A. a. Cony. Loans ELECTRIC water heater and 1 transmission radio
Walker Jacta factory a thorUwatur FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC A-I TREE SERVICE $48 for a new glasslmed GAS SPECIAL $695
ed Hydroulle Jack REALTORS Pruning. demossing. bracing a. ca- water heater. Much more nol 104 x 20r Lot for mobile home. 959 DESOTO transmission"radio.. heater V-8 . . . .
ServIce Aoenf- HOWE BRAKE nt w. Unlv 374-173 I tree removal. CavIty water at about BaN th* cost with $1500. I Mile S. off Paynes
SERVICE A SUPPl.Y MU S. work A tree feeding. LAwn service OUR LP GAS. PROPANE Prairie. For appointment call heater, power steering, power\ 59 CHRYSLER Saratoga 4 door hardtop. Power -
Main Fit 3.1491 PAINTING and maintenance. Licensed ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5113. FR 4-3C52. ..rke JI steering brakes automatic
1 Must power ,
owner see
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& Insured. Free estimates. T r o y
Exterior decorating and painting ROSE'S Lawn Mower Sarvice.i I I BELIEVE IT $895 transmission air conditioned.
Auto Glass Thames. 374-2740. Jack Hoov e to appreciate . . ,
Free estimates Phone 372-5114. 44-J *l.Gainesville, Fla r"j m back at old stand. 516 W . $1 095
University Ave. I buy. sell sail i ORNOTsav.$6oa.IaseiBRtu Sharp. . . . . .
AUTO GlASS to *ur only busl- Plumbing Winch Truck- trad 1st class repairs. .as awys. >, ?- Many Other Used Cars to Choa e From

St pIck""f-eJJve .altltt Add ntsned only $31 S. $350.40 down MANY WITH NO DOWN WE BUY USED CARSWe
PAYMENT
REPOSSESSED Singer Og Zg I
& value to your carMAULDItTS SEWER INSTALLEDNEW WINCH TRUCK SERVICE. turn per month.
beauty ,
makes decoratIve stitches applique
Over SO models to choose from Will Not Be Undersold
GLASS CO. fixtures. or Out Traded
AUTO I used complete 10 ft. and 32 ft. booms buttonholes monograms. etc,
3JJ N.W. 4I* $t. FR *-255*. plumbing service "BIG" JIM Welding and metal shop Only $47.20 payments $4jO pet TRAILER MARTHWY. MMOR
I HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng. 4611 NW 6th Street mo. IIS W. Univ. FR 6-1075. RIDGWAY MOTOR
FR 5-1559. Phone 372-f$3t ._ 17 PHONE 32t-W5t .HAWESPOWERSPlymouthValioatChrysIer.Imp.rialSimee
NEW and used Chain saws lawnmowers I SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 co. .

UphokteryUPHOLSTER WINDOW CLEANING I edners. tampers, light I EASf PALATKA. FLORIDA
ADVERTISE IN THE plants" cable. Wisconsin Briggs
your tumttur at WINDOW cleaned.' floors cleaned t> Stratton new and used mo: For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400
SERVICE DIRECTORY reasonable prices. Cat Salty. and waxed houses washed. I. tors. Rental sales and service., I trailer I enclosed cabana. Excellent -
Experienced. FR9$8S.. 4241 yrs. experience. Free estimate, Meyers Power Tool 23t NE condition. FR 24U4V 4V4
J N.W. 13A Tr. Phon FR 14MS. 16m Av*. Phone 376-3411. A.M. and -U ?.M. ,


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