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Title: Gainesville sun
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WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY Vol. 88, No. 302 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1964First
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General Scranton Taylor: City Hall Site Rejected



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To Viet NamWASHINGTON >< 1


(APHenryCabot ) Plan Bd. I
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Lodge has resigned as > .
ambassador to embattled South

Viet Nam, and President John- ,

son today named Gen. MaxwellD. k i.. 9 ''O. +.. Hit AtMeeting

Taylor, the nation's top mili
tary chief, to succeed him. '
s -
The unprecedented appoint- .
.. .y
ment of Taylor indicated that i; + ,
Johnson has determined to in G"s

tensify the war against Communist s ... u By JEAN CARVERSun
in South Viet
guerrillas "'
'tM. StaH Writer
.
t Nam.In .
City commissioners last night
t II li a Y
effect, the President has { 9 rejected the City Plan Board's
,, 3 ; t.11 .r r ...r..r rrar.
a arrrrr
created a new military-political { rg first priority site for city hall

high command to be based in t3' R kMtio. ye.. in a lengthy commission meet-

Saigon, for U. Alexis Johnson, u ,y ing before an overflow audience
a veteran career diplomat and .

now a deputy undersecretary of ... .. a The rejection also
state for political affairs, will t : :,,. ,.....,,,,,,r.irsr.a..ra..rrsr..wL. > was accompanied
also go to Viet Nam as deputy .; the by a stinging rebuke of
plan board's
ambassador.For ; ,. action in recommending
the site by Com
domestic missioner James
the political > w Richardson.

scene, and the Republican partyin n. ___ __ un ___ ..uu... m.n..u.._ ._ __..__..__ __ r "They have given advice

particular, Lodge's decisionto where they have not been asked
return to the United States Proposed City Hall Sites from the AirThis ," Richardson said.

at this time had seen implica He termed the plan board recommendation
tions. He said in Saigon that he is what the four proposed city hall locations look like. The upp er left rectangle is the First Federal site. Lower right box is the Citizens of their prioritysite

was quitting his post to give all Bank property Arrows indicate the unseen University Chevrolet land, right, and Federal Building neighboring site, center. Sun photo by Eddie encompassing a portion of

the help he could to Pennsylvania Davis.) the First Federal parking lot

Gov. William W. Scran- "extremely inappropriate and
ton's bid to stop Republican presumptuous."

nomination of Sen. Barry Gold- NATIONAL ARTICLEProfs The plan board's recommendation

water for pre id..nt. DeGrove'sResigning reached in executive

President Jonnson called a session with no reporters present

quickie news conference to an was made last Thursday

nounce the shift. He said he un Comes to night.
Study
derstood Lodge would be home LightBy Last night, Plan Director Da

this weekend.The vid Godschalk outlined the four

sites studied by the planning de
President announced that JEAN CARVERSun wrote. "In the more critical dis- partment and plan board:

Gen. Earle G. Wheeler, now Staff Writer tricts, store vacancies are in TiffA Site A, the Citizens Bank-

Army chief of staff, will succeed (One of a series) "" REVITALIZING creasing with long vacancy periods Brings City Hall blocks, totals 158,400
crairman of the
Taylor as ; rents are decreasing with square feet and has an
Joint Chiefs of Staff. He said he A two year-old downtown little for change land ed assess-
rcccmmendation study of Gainesville that has prospect ; minor tiff among Gainesville value (based on the tax assessment .
had had no DOWNTOWNhe values are dropping with greater -
from Secretary of Defense K-jb- gotten national but little local) City Commissioners arose plus an added percentage -
depreciation expected obsolete
; last night over the to establish market
resignationof a value
)
ert S. McNmaia, as yet with exposure is now being broughtto buildings are found wit of
Plan Board member John $217,700;
respect to a successor to Wheeler the attention of Gainesville postponed maintenance; and, of
DeGrove. Site B, the old
in the Army post. officials.Dr. got for copies of his study versity is the first stop consult. greater concern, sales volumesare Chevrolet University
Notification was received William M. Shenkel, who came from Florida; the rest ants make. decreasing relatively, if not Commissioner James Rich- block diagonally
from Lodge !last Friday tbat! he was a real estate consultant be were out of state. absolutely." ardson, criticizing the political across from the post office and
wanted to be Jt' eased from the: fore joining the real estate de Against Small Lots science professor for not re property east and south 157,700
Saigon assignment as quickly! partment at the University of "I go out of state to do con- Shenkel feels that central bus The professor suggests, however signing several months ago square feet for $255,700;

as possible. Some informants Florida, discussed: Gainesville; in sulting work" he explains. r iness districts .- not just that the chances for im- when he knew he was going to Site C, part 'the First Fed

said this speed took the admin an article in the Journal of Ltk ,-many other University Gainesville's are limited be provements are not as discour accept a new teaching position, eral lot south to 2nd Avenue
have
istration by surprise. Insiders Property Management in the professors, Shenkel has been ex cause of now-obsolete prem aging Shenkel as some cites situations argued.wherea failed in his attempt to have area at the end of 1st Avenue,

had heard earlier that Lodge summer, 1962 issue. posed to the local division be ise that blocks should be dividedinto DeGrove's resignation accepted with 133,000 square feet for
was thinking of coming homein He has also used downtown tween "town and gown" city small lots to be improvedwith property manager can negotiate "gratefully." $229,300;
increase h i
August.In Gainesville as a subject for a and county officials are generally single structures by diverse higher rents status and indirectly s Richardson said its would Site D, land near Sweetwater
professional
Saigon, Lodge made this slide lecture mostly on what unaware of research projectsat owners. efficient have been "appropriate and Branch adjacent to the new

statement: not to dothat he has presented the University relating to He calls for compatible store of downtown encourage more use considerate" DeGrove to re Federal Building between University

"I resigned as ambassador to on national lecture trips but this area and faculty members" groupings, improved parkingareas Problems property.Outlined sign earlier "in the best inter- Avenue and S. E. 2nd

Viet Nam because I believe it only once here. The "once" was don't have any channels for getting by individual property the downtown area ests of the community." Avenue, with 135,000 square
thatI to a of associate real the information into official owners, remodeling and reno Taking feet for
is my duty to do everything group bordered by South Main Street, During his commission cam- $146,700.Numerous .
can to help Gov. Scranton wintor. tors.The hands. vating old buildings and term S. E. 1st Avenue, S. E. 1st paign last February and March, objections were
article later serialized Often this information leases and rents.
was comesto percentage voiced
president."I Street and S. E. 2nd Avenue Richardson was critical of DeGrove's by members of the audi
also have accepted an invitation in the economic leaflet bulle- official attention through a "The central business dis ence. Most endorsed
the block, Shenkel out- political activities in the Citizens
to address the resolu- tins issued by the University. special consultant hired by cityor trict continues to decline inmost Ruddy's Bank
lined the problems: the Civic Action Assn. Shortly property. Except for
tions committee of the Republican Only one of the many requests county. Many times, the Uni communities," Shenkel The stores on 1st Avenue that after the election DeGrove's ap the plan board and Architect

party."I face the courthouse range in pointment to head the political David Reaves' support of the
am deeply grateful for the rent from $2 to $3.20 a square science department at Florida First Federal land, there was

many courtesies extended to my and Freeman Asks Ruralites foot. They are primarily ap Atlantic University at Boca no other endorsement of the proposed
in Viet Nam
and In
wife me
here. parel, hardware, appliance and Raton was announced by the site. .
have enjoyed my service furniture stores. There is a city Board of Control. The commission's rejection

Truly" it makes us sad to Tai parking lot south, of the area in (See DeGROVE, Business Page) was made 3-2 with Commissioners

leave.Johnson reportedly made the : T 0 Join War on Poverty1 addition to angle parking in Alan Sutherland and Byron
front of the stores. Winn arguing that the
rejectionwas
final decision to appoint Tayloras
Alexis Stores along Main Street UF Doctor premature. Commissioner
ambassador; and ambassador U. Speaking at the University of He asked the communitiesto around the corner down 2nd Ed Turlington made the motion

Johnson as deputy Florida at noon today, the Here For organize to help the "left- Avenue show a marked con rejecting the priority site.
his Western
after returning weekend.from U. S. Secretary of Agricultureasked out" families "to get a share, trast, Shenkel reported, with Wins Top Major objections to the pri-
trip last rural communities to join through their own work and ef rents ranging from 65 cents to ority recommendation
administration officials 'DARElleetillg which
Taylor, the "war on poverty." fort, of the blessings of our $1 for the buildings that include listed the Citizens
said, met the President'srequirement Award Bank land already
Eye
American economy and cur one vacancy, a billiard
for a Lodge suc In a speech prepared for de owned by the city as
American way of life. parlor, pawn shop, welding shop second
choice
cessor who was fully informedon livery to the conference on De- and a warehouse. The professor SAN FRANCISCO A Uni- came from Joe
aU Southeast Asian i icsues, veloping Agricultural Resources "This is what the war against noted that the last group of re- versity of Forida! researcherwill Jenkins Jr., speaking as a prop-
and future :strategy in Orville L. Freeman poverty is all about." erty owner involved in the
past Effectively, "This is all to the good," he tail uses "tend to lower theamenities" receive the year's highest proposed
South Viet Nam, and U.S. policies 1 said it is time for rural com- He noted several paradoxes of a retail shoppingarea. honor from the National Coun- site as well as for the

for meeting the Commu munities to develop their hu said.But about the poor families, whichhe cil to Combat Blindness here First Federal directors."I .

nist challenge in that part of man resources, such. as health, while the country has said are mostly white, urban "This conclusion seems reaffirmed tonight for his report of a com- urge this commission to

the world. education and family welfare. pushed ahead economically, and non Southern. by actual rents collectedin puter-linked method of testing approach this cautiously an d

Freeman noted that previous some nine million families have "-:'egroes have more than this area," Shenkel notes. eyesight.Dr. cooly if you are"considering eminent

Plot To Snatch! rural communitiy development been left out, he said. their share of poverty, as we Looking at the block borderedby Richard Copenhaver, as- domain, the attorney

programs have emphasized de- The national "war on pover- all know, yet four out of five of North Main, N. E. 1st Ave sistant professor of ophthalmology said, during his argument

Nikita Smashed veloping economic and natural ty" is a program to get helpto America's poor are white," he nue, N. E. 1st Street and Uni- in the University's College against the proposalHe

resources. these people, he said. said. (See CITY, page 8)) of Medicine, shared the Fight said that First Federal

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) for Sight Citation with GilbertD. needs all the parking spa c e
have smashed Beinhocker, a Boston phys available on the lot and has
-Swedish police icist. Beinhocker designed the plans for a drive in window
Premier IN ATTORNEY GENERAL
Soviet SUIT
plot to kidnap that
a computer which Copenhaverused would be affected by any
and hold him host-
Khrushchev in his unique experimentswith change in the amount of space
release of political

prisoners age for the behind the Iron Cur Vote C'ter 's Signature Key Question Dr.vision.Copenhaver and Bein available.Jenkins was not the only prop-

tain. hacker receives the award at erty owner indicating that the

Police confirmed that at least the annual banquet of the Association city would have to condemn

man, described only as a30.year0d 'lion he could for Research in Oph- land to acquire the plan board's
one Special to the,San irregularities- Hall of Tallahassee, introducedthe neither signature or initial .on
foreigner, arrested (See DOCTOR, Business Page) suggested site.
was
TALLAHASSEEAre initials rule on which will be admitted forms of eight Alachua the registration form.
Monday near HagaCastle alone a legal signature on as evidence to the trial which County voters yesterday, citing A. Z. Adkins told the com-
where the Soviet l leaderis voter registration forms? Thisis has yet to be scheduled. Judge them as examples of irregularities. Mary Emma Arnett. Hall Bryant KynesSubpoenaed mission he was not willing' to

staying during: his five day a major question posed in Taylor ,is holding conference. The voters' forms and said only initials are on the negotiate, questioning the commission -
certificate, and there is no about actual cost estimates l
state visit. Atty. Gen. James Kynes' suit to Taylor has indicated he may alleged irregularities were:
The man reportedly confessed throw out May 5 primary election decide the case without a trial Joyce Wilson Bosworth. signature or initials on the on the property involved.

r that he and several other men ballots in the attorney gen- both to save money! and to Hall said her registration form form. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Deputy Another opponent, Val Givens,
had planned to smash their way eral contest in Alachua County. speiM up procedures! for an apeal was signed only by the initials"S. Albert Taney Newton.K Federal Marshal Marvin urged the commission to consider
the castle gates in a 'nes' attorney said differentsets the Sweetwater Branch or
through Kynes lost the race by 599 S. whereas law, requiresa } Waits served Gov. Farris Bryant
of initials areon the certi old University Chevrolet sites.
truck. ballots. Earl of valid
Faircloth IxTffularities in county \rot signature. and Atty. Gen. James
ficate and the form. "Nothing has been done in
Miami carried the county, 8.686 bg were the subject of another Amos D. Arnett. Hall said Kynes today with orders to ap- "
Thomas G. Baker. Hall East Gainesville in 30
I to 6,881. suit, by Dr. Edw Andrews there was no signature or ini- pear in federal district court years,
said there are only handwritten be said. "It's beginning to look
WHERETO Kynes has asked Circuit who lost his race for the Gainesville tials of a deputy registrar on initials "J. F." on the registration in Jacksonville to show cause like :.
Judge Hugh M. Taylor to throw city commission by 46 his forms. form. why they should not be held in a graveyard
out the Alachua votes to Byron Winn. Circuit Jokingly accused of "workingboth
County vote Johnnie Randol Dowling. contempt of court.
FIND IT contending that ballots were Judge George Patten noted ir The initials "W. C." were typedin Mrs.Richard Alma Wilson Bethea attorney for The action grew out of District sides of the street" by

cast by !,!?2 improperly registered regularities, but said to throw 'the space for the deputy reg Alachia Judge Bryan Simpson's or Richardson, Fred Cone, who
Comics . . 12 voters, whose ballots are out ballots would penalize voters istrar's signature. County supervisor cf registration der permitting nighttime demonstrations owns property in the 2nd Ave'
Classified . 13-15 said the initials on certificates nue area suggested that the
not legal. who were properly register- -Alton Luther Brown. Hall in racially trou
Entertainment 13 Registration forms for eight contended there is insufficient and forms were: bled St. Augustine. Ten days commission "kill two birds with

Obituaries . 2 Gainesville voters were introduced ed.The issues in Kynes' suit are information as to citizenship on -5.S. Sue SimDM, deputy! later June 20, Gov. Bryant or one stone" by moving the site
Opinion Page . 4 registrar south of 2nd Avenue, already in
yesterday as samples of not exactly the same as in his certificate. dered nighttime marches dis
. ..910Women's -\V.C. WyneB Carver, deputy
0 Sports > planning stages for four laning,
irregularities. Andrews', although the circumstances -Rebecca G. Hall Hall said continued after 1:30 pjn., say-
. 6 registrar.
Judge Taylor asked for typi- are identical the initials "W. C." are typed ing the safety of the city and and buying up older, residentialSee

.cal examples of voter registra Kynes' attorney, 'J.. Lewis on the certificate, and there is ( See KYNES, page"2)) the people were at stake. ( COMMISSION, page %)




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Gainesville Sun Tuesday June 23, 1964

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Split Supreme Court Reverses Sit-In CasesBy





ANTHONY LEWIS apply, and three said that it did. settle is the thousands of sit-in by Justices John Marshall Har- i tions should be vacated because case the same majority! through er these sit-ins occurred. He rant's exclusion to Negroes

N rID $ark ElmrB I Varying- majorities j 0 i ned, convictions already pending lan and Byron R. White argued -:Maryland has passed public Brennan, reversed the conviction said it made it clearer that could not* be termed a purely

WASHINGTON A sharply- however, in reversing trespass which will not be affected by the other side. Black in I accommodations laws sin ce of two Negro students for people could not expect the old I private choice. .

divided Supreme Court Mon- convictions from Maryla n d, the new statute. strong language, condemned the these sit-ins occurred, in 1960. sitting-in at a drugstore lunch law to apply. Justice Black said the regula-

day reversed the convictionsof South Carolina and Florida. Having wrestled inconclusively other three for what he termed Brennan said Maryland law counter because, the court said, In his dissent Black ridiculedthe I tions i involved in the case

42 sit-In demonstrators but The decisions went on narrow with the constitutionality of rewriting of the Constitution.The apparently called for the rever- the students had not had fair grounds taken by the majority -I. amounted to state action.
actual opinion of the sal of convictions when their warning that the state trespass to avoid the basic "We conclude' that the state
without the fundamental grounds.The these convictions, the court today
constitutional reaching issue involved.- result is to leave the basic to try again next term. It court in the main cases, was legal basis was altered legisla law applied to their con- ion. He said, for example decis.l.II through its regulations, has be-
written Justice William J. tively. At least, he said, the duct. the demonstrators themselves come involved to such a signifi-
That issue is issue to which is review then two by
whether the Congress to
Constitution
agreed Brennan Jr. Justices ThomasC. Maryland courts should have The law prohibited entry upon would doubltless laugh at the cant extent in bringing about
itself, without legisla- just now resolving it. The civil more sit-in cases, from South Clark and Potter Stewart another chance to consider the the lands of another after ,suggestion that they did not restaurant segregation that the

tive action by Congress, pro- rights bill expected to become Carolina and Arkansas. joined him and likewise fate of these students notice from the owner or tenant I know their conduct was pro- trespass convictions must be

hibits the states from prosecuting -law soon will prohibit segrega- Justices Arthur J. Goldbergand silent on the broader remained is-- The particular demonstl atcrs prohibiting such entry." It did I hibited by state law. held to reflect state policy and

for trespass persons who tion in restaurants, hotels the William O. Touglas wrote The for involved in this case were 12 not specifically forbid remaining I In case from Florida the justices -therefore to violate the 14th

demand service without racial aters and other places of opinions arguing that the Consti- sue.majority opinion because spoke the chief a! Negro students who attemptedto on private property after were unanimous. They Amendment," Black said.

discrimination at privatelyowned amusement. tution prohibited arrest of dem- justice and Goldberg also desegregate a restaurant in being asked to leave which found evidence of state encour-! The 18 demonstrators were

places of business.Six Passage of. the federal law onstrators for desegregation of it. joined Baltimore. When they refused to was the case.Brennan agement of segregation in a found guilty of violating a Florida

justices did speak out on will dispose of the general prob-- public accommodations. Chief I leave after being denied serv- noted that the South health regulation requiring separate law making it a misdemeanor -

that question, and they were lem of discrimination in p'aces justice Earl Warren joined the The ground taken by Brennan ice, they were prosecuted and Carolina legislature had passeda washrooms for whites and to refuse to leave a restau-

divided down the middl"! Three of public accommodation. What' Goldberg opinion. in the first of the cases, from convicted of trespass. new trespass statute covering I Negroes in restaurants. In lightof 'rant after being requested to do

said the Constitution did not will remain for the courts to I I Justice Hugo L. Black, joined Maryland, was that the convic-.I In a similar South Carolina the refusal to leave shortly aft this the court said, a restau so.

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I Weather Roundup I

9 PKY Students Sleeping Only


Passport Ban A .


I = B \\.\ 3 Hours a Day in UF ExperimentNine

,., 6
Ended for Reds 'I'- \.. ....

ZONEA high school seniors from Controls have been set up on Working in groups of two, the amount of sleep astronauts will

I : Partly cloudy and warm today P. K. Yonge moved into their the subjects, all students at the subjects who have been chosen need to function effectively in

Nrrn flnrk Uintf 0 violated the Constitution in restraining ed tonight mainly and afternoon Wednesday and with evening scatter. third day today of getting only P. K. Yonge High School, by because of their responsibility space, Webb said.

WASHINGTON The Supreme Americans' freedomto tPwrbderh wers. High today SS to t6. '4" &Awam three hours sleep a day in allowing them a normal eight and reliability, will sleep The results of the tests un-
Court struck down Mon- travel. Low to 16 tonight knots. 70 to 76. Variable winds 8 ,t w 5% "Operation Sleep Squeeze," a hours sleep under testing con- ,for three hours a night and. der chonic loss of sleep conditions -

day the provision of the internal : The 1950 law requires "Com B-C-D-E-F: Partly cloudy F psychology project at the J. Hil-ditions. While they are sleeping I then keep each other awake until -I I will be compared with results -

security act of 1950 deny munist-action" and "Commu-- through Wednesday with iso- lis Miller Health Center. they are monitored by their next sleep per- of previous tests under

ing passports to members of nist-front" to register lated afternoon and evening "They're looking fine and : an electroencephalograph (an iod. During the time that they acute sleep loss conditions.
groups thundershowers. High todayin have no real signs of fatigue," instrument that records brain are awake they will be Acute loss is no sleep for periods
the Communist and its
party :with the government if so found
fronts. the subversive activities the 90s. Low tonight in the JTW said Dr. Wilse B. Webb, pro- waves) to determine the various required to perform various up to ten days.

The vote was 6 to 3. Justice 'by board. It various control 70s. Variable winds 5 to 15 fessor of psychology, who is stages of sleep they ex:skill tests to determine if thereis The research team is madeup
I puts penalties miles hour. administering the test. perience. any loss of skills resulting of Dr. Webb, Dr. Robert L.
per
Arthur J. Goldberg members
was joinedin on includingthe H-I: Partly cloudy through Wednes- "And I don't expect that they After the researchers have from the '"squeezed" sleep.If Williams, professor psychiatryand

Chief the Justice opinion Earl of the Warren court and by passport ban and a prohibition ernoon day with showers.widely High scattered today mostly'0 to aft.95. will show such signs," added taken a reading on the sub- the tests show that sleepcan H. W. "Bob" Agnew, research -

on government employment Low tonight in the 70s. Variable most- Webb. jects' normal sleep pattern, be compressed effectively associate.
Justices William 0. ly easterly winds S to IS miles
Douglas hour. per % Students participating in they will go into the second without loss of skills the information Due to the complexity of the
William J. Brennan Jr. and In 1961 the Supreme Court upheld G-J: Partly cloudy today and Wednesday the experiments are Harold phase of the experiment. In will be utilized by the study, final correlation of the
with a few scattered showers.
Potter Stewart. a finding that the Commu- High today In the upper 80s. Low tonight Trujillo, William Solley, William this; phase, each student will Air Force at their "alert" tests will not be complete until -

Justice Hugo L. Black wrotea nist party must register under miles in per the hour.K 70s.. Easterly winds 8 to 15 GAINESVILLE WEATHER Fester, Charles Hinton, get only three hours of sleep stations and in the Aero Space about two months after the

separate concurring opinion, the act. But the court did not : Partly cloudy through Wednes- Lee Eggert, Ronald Greer, each night. Program in determining the data has been collected.The .
with scattered showers. to-
day High
and Douglas wrote one of his at that time pass on the valid- day 88. Low tonight around 80. East Municipal Airport readingsfor Tommy Stalnaker, Dominic

own as well as joining Gold- ity of any of the penalties. This erly winds 8 to 15 miles per hour. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Luca and Bob Mullin. WINS SAFETY AWARD

berg's. was the first to come before the TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh Low Precip. High 93 at 3 p.m., low 69 at These students are on their

The dissent was by Justice justices.The Jacksonville 93 77 6 a.m. No rainfall. way to finding out what it's I

Tom C. Clark. It was joinedby I. party has not registered Miami Tampa '87 5 78 73 ALMANAC like to get only 21 hours sleepa Local Group Tops in Nation

Justices John Marshall Har- as yet, having won some Atlanta 98 72 1.07 week.
New Orleans 92 72 Sunset today ...... .,. 7:33 p.m.
lan and Byron R. White. i intermediate court victories. Boston 76 62 .02 Sunrise tomorrow .....eo...... 5:30 a.m. Operation "Sleep Squeeze,"
The decision was one of the But in any event the statute Washington New York 84 92 45 70 The today Moon and Is rises at Apogee..... ..,.... 6:36 p.m. which is being run jointly by A safety program sponsoredby one of only two presented in award cited the following -

handful in recent years find provides that the penalties Chicago. 76 66 l.U Full Moon _._..._ .,.._.. June 24 the Department of Psychology the Woman's Auxiliary to o the country. efforts by the Auxil
ing an act of congress uncon apply to members of any group Kansas Denver City 91 68 68 43 The Wednesday total night eclipse will of be visible the Moon in mostof on at the University of Flori. the Alachua County Medical "After that boy was killed," iary.

stitutional. And it was the first ordered to register whether it Ft.Los Worth Angeles 97 74 74 59 ef the North Sun America on July the 9 will partial be eclipse visible da and the Department of Psychiatry Society, spurred two years said Mrs. George Singleton, 1. A bicycle safety poster

ever to hold that Congress had does so or not. Seattle 77 5S only in the Far NOrth.MARINE at the University's Col- ago by the death of a 12yearold chairman of the Auxiliary's contest in local schools.

FORECAST lege of Medicine, is designedto local boy in a bicycle-car safety committee, "we rea- 2. Publication in local
More About CEDAR KEY TIDES EAST GULF: Variable mostly south find out what type of sleep accident, won an award to- lized the time had come to of
5 to IS knot winds through Wednesday. newspaper a weekly
Wednesday High at 2:03 a.m. and Scattered showers mainly during after the body selects during chronic day from the Woman's Conference organize a group for safety series of includ-
12:40: p.m. Low at 7:01 a.m. and I p.m. noon and evening. safety topics
sleep loss. of the National Safety education in the county.
ing poisonous plants precaution -
I Commission The project is being carriedon Council. The Auxiliary, a group of for snake bites and

under a grant from the Air Mrs. Albert G. Love, member doctor's wives, set out on a poisons in the home.
Force Office of Scientific Re- of the Auxiliary's safety program aimed at educatinglocal
(QMittuartcDr.! search. committee, is in San Fran residents concerning 3. Establishment of speak.
1 ers bureau to provide local
From
Page
According to Dr. Wilse B. cisco to accept the award, safety.
schools and civic
Webb,_ professor! of psychology, groups
property that would be cheaper the First Federal site, no tin i g "an individual goes throughfive speakers on safety topics.

than the proposed commercial that the third city hall architect -I Tbomas stages of sleep during a Educators Are IntroducedTo 4. Proposal of and assist
Hansen Former
Area
property. Myrl Hanes, asked him normal night." ance in establishing a Citizens

Addison Pound Jr., noting that not to speak for him. The stages range from a Safety Council in coop-

he owns substantial portions of (Hanes later endorsed the Minister Dies; Funeral Thursday light sleep when you first fall 'Anthropotherapy' eration with the local Chamber -

both the Citizens Bank and UnIversity Sweetwater Branch site near asleep to a deep sleep and a of Commerce and chapter -

Chevrolet sites and the Federal Building.) I Funeral services will be held Church in Gainesville and is now dream sleep. We are trying to By SANDY BLOWERS loev and anthropology.He of Pilots Club. Inc.

they are "available for negoti- Reaves termed the "Down- Thursday in Ft. Lauderdale for the pastor of the Main Street find out just what kind of Members of the Florida Association delivered the annual J. In addition, the award also

ation," questioned the apparent town.Gainesville" study by Leh- Dr. Thomas Hansen, 67, a for- Baptist Church. in Jackson- I sleep the body selects<< as the for Supervision and W. Norman Lecture on Philos- cited the Auxiliary's "Baby

rejection of the "Downtown man "a very amateurish job mer Newberry and Starke min ville. best type when sleep time must Curriculum Development were ophy of Education. Sitters Training Course" for

Gainesville" study prepared by more from a zoning clerk ister. Rev. William be compressed," said Webb. introduced to the term "anthro- Behavorial scientists are to- 212 enrollees. In this, the
Hansen will officiate
Dennis Lehman, a former of the than a planner. I haven't seen a Dr. Hansen was stricken bya Under normal conditions potherapy" by Dr. Theodore B. day conflicting with education Auxiliary worked in teachingthe

plan department. good planning principle in it." heart attack while preaching the at services at 2 p. m. "deep sleep" occurs within the Brameld here yesterday. people pointed out Brameld. proper feeding, first aid

"City hall in itself isn't goingto Sunday in McIntosh and died at First Baptist Church in first 90 minutes of sleep. Brameld, a professor at Bos. "The greatest potential laboratory and safety precautions for
Ft. Lauderdale. Burial
will bin
.It is difficult to understandhow revitalize anything" Reaves yesterday. "Dream sleep," in 70 per cent ton University, explained how which is the school class infant
Memorial Gardens in
suddenly the thinking has I He was born in Denmark Ft. !
added. "It takes a plan. of the subjects tested, occurs in anthropotherapy a word coin- room is not being used by be- care.LAST
changed," Pound said. He noted that .the problems of I March 4, 1897. Twice president -Lauderdale. the last two and one half hoursof ed by him, attempts to bring havorial scientists," said the

He said he seriously ques decaying downtown areas studied i of the Florida Baptist Convention Survivors include: his widow, sleep. together the sciences of phycho- noted author.

tioned the propriety of the pro- by the architects for four Dr. Hansen was a member Mrs. Edna Peterson Hansenof CALL

posed change since the bond issue weeks were "something that of the Foreign Mission Fort Lauderdale; two sons, Brameld described two kinds
was passed on the "1mphed can't be said in two minutes." Board of the Southern Baptist Rev Kenneth L. Hansen of More About of values which must be usedin .

commitment" that the Citizens "You must revitalize in sucha I Convention and a former trus- Jacksonville and Dr. Keith L. exploring anthropotherapy
values which
Bank site would be the manner that it's obvious," tee of the New Orleans Baptist Hansen of Deland, a professorat "descriptive are
observe and Protect
city hall location. Reaves explained. "Some people -I Theological Seminary.At Stetson University; one brother TSnes values you can ,
values values of
prescriptive or
In his lengthy statement ques- can't see beyond their the time of his death, he I Peter Gram Hansen of what is desirable to "
use.
tioning the plan board's action, own problems. This is under. was a trustee of Stetson Uni-. Odense, Denmark; one sister, I From Page 1 Brameld described how the and Preserve
j
.
Richardson said he had rec- standable. versity.His
no
Miss Anna M. Hansen of Flens-
-J.P. Janie I values of conflict and
ollection of a request from the He said the recommendedsite first church was in New- burg, Germany; and six FarrsvForib deputy raises the question whether I cooperation I with
i whether the
r2iitrar. furs out
depend on conflict -
commission that the plan board has the three primary req- berry, where he spent four I grandchildren.The Hall Kynes has any right to sue at your
contended there *I. is good or bad and also
recommend a site. uisites the planners felt down years. He also was pastor at, we '
seven kinds of irregularities in all.Wilson whether the cooperation is goodor
the Starke Baptist Church be-! family requests that donations -
He said that in recent monthsthe town Gainesville needs: 1 argued that Kynes
I the /.Jachua
Ccuntv bad. "The prescriptive
Sick business that needs help fore spending 22 years as pasI be made to the Stetson: voting. knew of in election
plan board has taken on ; irregularities -
.
Judge in how know
re-luctd is
Taylor the question
number you INSUREDfllft
stabilization tor of the Main Street Baptist University Development Program five before
role. Healthy ones needing procedures days
"exaggerated "
an to three and these values bad
directed Hall are good or ,
Richardson called for study by ; Church in Jacksonville and retired in lieu of flowers.WilliamsThomas I the election, and did not object
to bring to court all the said Brameld.
irregularly
the charter revision committeeinto Space for future development; two years ago as pastorof Fun e ral Wilson said Kynes visited Mrs. *
"Teachers that their
completed certificatesand perform
the role and responsibilitiesof 1 "You just can't say to the the First Baptist Church in Home is in charge locally. Bethea in Gainesville as he
forms in these categories. roles in society today must be
the plan board, citing his: merchants, 'OK, you fight the Ft. Lauderdale.One Judge Taylor's swung through on his cam- anthropotherapists," he empha
"deep concern" about the role: traffic and I-don't-give-a-damn- son, Rev. Kenneth L. Quake Hits : categorieswere I paign. sized. STORAGE

of the plan board. II ness of the entire community'," Hansen, formerly was a pas- Hall said Kynes's visit was Social self realization, said
1. Registration cards
withouta
Reaves told the commission in tor of the Parkview Baptist
He said he did not want his informal.
San DiegoSAN signature by a registered dep- Brameld, is the final goal of
remarks to be considered a encouraging them to consid.
o uty. Wilson argued that having man which he has been search F. I. A! approved malts
criticism of Godschalk or his er the needs of downtown in known of the irregularities, and for since the beginning of
their decision. MelonsTHOMASVILLE DIEGO, Calif. (AP-An) 2. Forms and certificates ing All risk insurance
ability, although he protestedthe After their earthquake shook San Diego bearing only the handwritten having decided to run, Kynesnow time, of "when he finally says Circulating, cold dry air
break
in which he commis
"manner
was sioners heard Monday night for the third timein ,initials of a deputy. has no right to object. yes end not no. Safe from moths,rammer
Hanes
hired. endorse the two days.Chandeliers. 3. Those having only typewritten Judge Taylor raised the ques- "Using a measuring stick of heat, fire and theft
After a 20 minute expansionof Sweetwater Branch site to continue : Ga Demand initials_ of a deputy. tion of whether Kynes should this social self-realizaton idea
Richardson's feelings about current development as a for watermelons was:i swayed, windows have
I / The number of voters affectedis challenged the registra- schools all over the world thatI
the plan board, Edgar Johnson government complex with adequate very good in South Georgia and' rattled and several burglar' uncertain. However, and Ala- tions before the primary elec I have visited are very bad indeed .

spoke "not as a county commissioner undeveloped property. North Florida points yesterday, alarms started clanging when chua County grand jury which I I tion. ," said Brameld.
to provide a available for expansion. and the market was strong, the quake hit at 9:56 p.m. investigated election :
change of pace." Developer M. M. Parrish echoed the Federal-State. Market News I procedures I
Dr.
Charles Richter of the last April there
reported
He said he felt that it was Hanes' advice to the commission Service reported.FOB California I' I New Uncurly f
Institute of Technology -were 4.472 registration certificates -I II
still up to the city commissionto to make the initial pur- prices per hundred-.
seismology laboratory at without attested signatures -
make the final decision, en- chase large enough in planningfor weight: 14 18 Ibs. aver: I
Pasadena, 130 miles to the, ; 3,794 certificates only
_
dorsing the Citizens Bank site. the future. I age, $1.75, few at $2; 19 23 north i Rejuvenatesand
said the
quake probably! initialed; and 269 certificates
Both Sutherland and Turlington Both the plan board chairmanand Ibs., $2 to 2.35; 24-26 lbs., $2,I was centered ventose to San' neither signed nor initialed. ii

defended the plan board. City Manager Bill Green to $2.50; mostly $2.25; 28-30 [Diego. Taylor also said the case
Commissioner Byron Winn called answered Richardson's charges I lbs., one lot at $3. $229 beautiful

4: for a more definite outline of against the plan board. I Florida shipments yesterday -I The city bad a sharp quake Gainesville Sun

the reason's behind the plan "We did not realize there was: : By truck, 424; by rail 10. Sunday morning and a series of

board's recommendation not. any short circuiting of proto-! Georgia shipments yester-. light tremors just after noon Published evenings except List 375 IWl f*0.bcfcwW.1** __9t_
ing that it would be a "polite cal," Butt explained. "This is a rail one.flouncing. Monday. iI;i, Saturday, end Sunday mornings rV. ,..nea ss

gesture" for the commission to big tempest in a teapot. This I' |I I by Company the Gainesville at 101 Publishing SE- I

recognize the plan board's efforts was only a recommendation. II INCORRECTLYIN I
Population Rises 2nd Place, Gainesville, Florida LISTED .r., ZMflrrt rf AHonMlderiziao *rle*
and give some reasons for does not call for this kind of Godschalk's appointment and entered as second class
the I display." matter at the Post Office o? MONDAY'S AD Frwditse Dtftlet
rejecting recommendation.
I To 192 Million I Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
Explaining their views, Winn I Green said he was in constant Green said the conflict be-
.
said he felt the proposed site. contact with Butt and Godschalk tween provisions in the city RATES BY 8
WASHINGTON, (AP) -The CARRIER OR MAILI These Specials! Good Tues., Wed. and Thurs.
devoted too much parking during consideration of the sites, charter and code where the plan
Week .45
space to city employes with noting that his policy for 15 board is involved "makes it difficult U.S. population has climbed an 3 MOL $5.85 PLUS TAX WHERE APPLICABLE I II
; Richardson agreeing with Suth- years has been to stay out of to handle." estimated 12 million since the I THE STORE WITH MORE
; 1960 census.. !I All moil subscriptions must W. Reserve Tk light T. Limit Quantities : Gainesville Shopping Center
erland that his mind Howard
in-
was open politics and that he intends to Mayor McKinney be paid in advance.
and a decision would be premature -1 continue not to take sides. dicated that he assumed the The population clock in the! Member of Audit Bureau of

The city manager said he also I commission would "come to a Census Bureau working on birth! Circulation. SUPER D DISCOUNT Furs Received

Butt urged the commission to did not feel that the plan board conclusion on city hall in the death and immigration rates' All nutertel contained herein h CENTER 10 to 5
reached 192 million 8:35 the property of the GctoesvHl a.m. p.m.
delay making any decision. overstepped its bounds in assist near future. at a.m.
Publishing Company (
e) 164. thru Fri.
Mon.
Architect David I Reaves, ing Green with the'interviews of He said citizens would be given Monday.The Reproduction in whole or In penIs 9 W. UNIVERSITY DOWNTOWN Only

speaking for himself and his! applicants for the plan direc a chance to be heard before decennial count in April: written strictly permission forbidden! of the without publisher.the I PHONE 372-6303

t partner Dan.Branch, defended tor's job prior to Butt's an-. the final decision is reached. 1960 was 180007000. i



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, CONSCIENCEOF BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi = ON THE RIGHT



t it+ o 1e ComplaintsAre ,. 41
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! Qiatnt5uil1 Sun THE n WWATEAt !'!(! fl! ixU E 3FoldBy !.!M 'I II I

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SOUTHBy 1.W 1. I
JOHN R. HARRISON, President ana
WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
Vice Prest.
Publisher PAT COWLES
dent Ed JOHNSON/ Vice President a A f IJUj
Beautiful and Executive Editor W. C. (liIIUniversity ) RALPH McGILL Z O r J1F4 j CHOICE ,'GG .Beginning a bi-yearly disorders of the social uni-
u. MDT
I (l% EBERSOLE Vice President and I I dealt there with little
City Oirecter BOB TARTAGLIONE FulUier Prix Wlnnlnf PmtliskerOf llu 64 column, devoted to that lit- verse.
I Vice vertuins President and Circulation Manager. the AtUnU (Ga.) CooitUctioa Ec ar. I tle irritation which is hardly things: the conductor who lets
) like Lyndon Johnson's foreign the heat climb up to 90 de-

THE SUN'S POLICY .M 11C+ /1. I I Il policy, insupportable grees in the commuter train;

To Prison but which has a way of the projectionist who lets the
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. I'M dw
under one's skin and movie on just a little bit
In-editorials. getting go
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. itching there, day after day, out of focus, and nobody does
\ week after week, year after anything about it; the garage
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 For APrinciple, year: actually reaching the attendant who dawdles over

Want Ads-376-4672 point-is there a doctor in the telephone making twit-

the house?- where one be- twit with his paramour while

gins to ignore it, like leprosy. your radiator is boiling over

Thus do societies become ty- .
( A One-Hollse Legislature J rannizable.I Entries for this depart-

played with this themea ment must observe the

i The Supreme Court decision last legislature may be made by a small From Notes Made on an iJ few years ago, in an arti- ground rules. This depart-

week, laying down guidelines on conference committee from the Airline Ticket Envelope: On cle for Esquire Magazine ment is reserved for trivia, on
Don't We Com- the understanding that
what is fair representation in state House and Senate, rather than by I called "Why many
I one of the walls of the guesthouse to molehills down
J/d1ol i:6[: IY1l&sbc plain, which statement, can bring
legislatures, could result in more the majority of members. The pos- at Brown Universitybuilt my chagrin, is more widely mountains.The .

t states, including Florida, giving sibility of corruption of a few mem- ( in 1806)) is a framed* "Hey -girls. stop counting those convention remembered by those who gates are open, and I

serious consideration to establishing bers of a conference committee, or copy of the reply of Thomas delegates for a minute and take a look at this!" read it than any of my galactic enter herewith a few nomina-

unicameral (one-house) legislative of them bowing to lobbyist pressure, Wilsor Dorr in response to thecourt's pronunciamentos on the tions for exasperating triviaof
as to whetherthe the season:
query
i bodies. than the possibility of .
is greater _
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defendant knew of any; 1) WELCOME: to New
The court held that the U.S. Constitution the majority of a one-
corrupting reason why a life sentence York, friends of the World'sFair.

t requires substantially house legislature.The should not be imposed as: of the But if you come by car,
equal representation of people in one-house legislature can help voted by the jury. (The date Voice People pray do not attempt to go

f both houses of a two house correct many of the weaknesses of was June 27, 1844. This is the< from, say, the World's Fairto
anniversary month.) the Triboro Bridge or from
legislature. This can be done, but two-house legislative bodies. The re- I
Kennedy Airport to the Throgs
,, recently most states have fallen far sponsibility for approval or rejectionof DORR'S REPLY is eloquent On The Sun's Opinion Page Neck Bridge, without a police -

J short of equal representation of legislation is clearly fixed in a It was true, he said, escort. Because you will

population in one or both houses. A unicameral body, not diffused as it that he had opposed the char- Opinions and and comments bear the of writer's Sun readers address.ore Names welcome will in ba the withheld Voice of if the requested.People column.A letter Letters should not make your way, nor
based ter of the state of Rhode Is must be signed side of the Poetry cannot be used. The would Kit Carson. Mr. Moses -
have
number of states one is in a two-house body. not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one paper.
"area" land, which based the rightto Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or shorten it, without changing the writers meaning or prodigious accomplishment -
house partly mainly on of
or advantages a
One of the major
vote on property so that intent. on the World's Fair apparently -

districts-counties or townships. one-house legislature is that the more than half the male pop- grabbed by their friends and Russia, along with the tradi- left him without the

Thus, under the Supreme Court public can follow without difficultythe ulation was disfranchised. It How They Wage neighbors and brought onto the tional Communist extermination funds to indicate at intersec-

i decisions, one of the major reasons progress of legislation. Thus the also was true, he said, that 'Anti-Anti' War floor, as in an American barn of undesirable racial tions how one must proceed,

why states have had two houses no legislators tend to be more respon- he had, when elected governor dance. By then, nobody will groups and a complete purgeof if one desires to go home.

If in (in an election declarednull EDITOR Sun In 1961, Mr. be thinking about who called our leadership blood. TIlE TELEPHONE
longer applies. representation sive to their constituents. : 2)) com-
by the state) sought to the tune in the first place, and All races in the USA should
both houses is to be on a populationbasis that there Edward Hunter, author and pany. I am an enormous ad-
Other advantages are establish a written constitu- do will beware of false and
those few who appearas prophets
of 40 experiencewith mirer of it and cherish the
veteran
why have two houses? and careful tion including a bill of civil years ,
can be more efficient warfarehe queers." sanctimonious hyp o c r i t e s,
phychological observation of Mr. Irving Kris-
Those who favor 'the two-house since the rights. (Rhode Island was For understanding Communist devils hiding
work by committees, com- ( coined the phrase "brainwashing" a thorough tol that anyone who hasa
system can no longer use the argu- mittees tend to be smaller and rep- then the only state lacking ) was called to testify of this phenomenon, this back of the Bible. mystical faith in the bene-
such a guarantee.) Dorr then document All of must hang together -
ment that it permits .representation resent the entire legislature and not told the court that the court before a Senate subcom- eye opening and us fits of socialization has onlyto
should be read completely against a common enemyor
of areas as well as population. Theycan just one chamber. The simplicity of itself knew he had not had a mittee.from The his following testimony excerptsare which carefully. It may be obtainedby all of us will hang sepa- compare the socialized the performanceof post office,

argue that a two-house legislature legislative procedure is a unicameral fair trial. the ultimate ori- sending 25 cents to the rately.
deals with with the performance of the
is desirable because one house system tends to do away with se- An angry judge, hardly and methods of attacks United States Government CARL LIDDLI
gin monopoly telephone c o m-
for him to
waiting completethe
serves as a check on the other, tendsto crecy and confusion. The tag-end detailed, moving summa- made against anti Communist Printing Office, Washington, Tallahassee pany. But pray, why does

result in more careful deliberationand rush to dispose of bills and appro- tion, quickly sentenced him individuals and organiza- D.C., and asking for Docu- the telephone company haveto
89-2 AN 8-9
prevents enactment of hasty, priation matters can be avoided to life at hard labor and solitary tions by some of the press ment entitled No."The Y4.J New: Drive Paper Call'tAfford charge us forever and ever
and other communicationsmedia. for all these facilities that
ill-advised laws. They can also argue more easily in a one-house legisla- confinement for seek- Against the' AntiCommunistProgram. Bias
are quickly amortized For
to overthrow the state's
that it is difficult to ing ."
more corrupt
I instance the little
lightweight
charter restrictions the
ture.The on antianti
Red
J two houses than one. They may con- cost of legislating also is reduced right of franchise. "The new been "UNBRAINWASHED"A EDITOR, SUN: Your edito- Princess receiver: okay,
has
Communst drive or-
I tend, too, that it is desirable to under the unicameral system dered Soviet Commu- rial of June 16 did a great charge fifteen, or whatever,
Dorr was sentenced June by the Of disservice to Mayor Howard dollars to install it, and a few
have one house with a relatively because there are fewer legislatorsand nist hierarchy, speaking Warning
i' 27, 1844. One hundred and McKinney, the city of Gaines- dollars month extra, suf-
large number of members, so that fewer employees are needed. It through and by the voice. of per
Lie'EDITOR
The It
Alachua
have ville and
f twenty ,years passed Bib County. ficient, to pay the extra costs
state government can be more also becomes feasible to hold the harsh the Communist parties of, the editorial
representative more since Dorr went to seems that 'your of production, and then some.
I !'.f..aJ1d-'resp: :msive to- .annual sessions.or. to call special prison cell and punishing labor world,"gathered in-a rare con-. Sun: Communistshave staff are either extremely ignorant But why do we have to be

needs of'local communities. sessions where there is the need for that were a part of prison clave. fragrant definitions for of communism or its charged, forever and ever
Some of these arguments have them. life in that century. His story "Anti anti-comm u n 1 s m, deadly programs. Commu- effects. This I can't believe if and ever, extra dollars until
makes all the more incred- since the appearance of the nists are masters of disguise, they are of the caliber that our grandchildren's grandchil-
little merit. The check which one That a one-house legislature can ible the fact that in 1964 there (1960, Red) manifesto, has masquerade, the reversal most papers require. Then dren grow so old, that they

house has on the other provides function satisfactorily has been are in Mississippi and Ala- come out into the open, tak- and the hoodwinked double- the next thought or questionthat cannot lift the receiver off the

little protection against passage of proven in Nebraska, which adoptedthis bama and in a few isolated ing the offensive, as anyone cross. arises is-are they sym- hook?

hasty, ill-advised 'legIslation.- The system in 1934. The failure of areas outside those states, acquainted with Red tactics To abolish poverty by pathetic to communism? 3; THERE IS that airline:
men and women being arrested should have been able to pre- making poverty stricken What community service United (Editors: those who
two-house
follow Nebraska'sexample
system can result in buck- other states to
: and subjected to per- dict. Open attack has begun to Communist slaves out of the could this staff possibly have prefer, please omit the name
passing and trading' that" produceshighlyunsatisfactory probably has been due secution for seeking voting supplement the former hush- poor is the Biggest Lie of all, had in mind? and simply leave it "that air-

and' botchedup mainly to unwillingness to abandon rights for which they are hush, without replacing the a Communist trick for many, It appears that your paper line"), which simultaneously

laws. More importantly, the two- apportionment based to a consider- qualified. suppressive aspects. All the many years. It is tragic when could have done a great deal advertise the joys and com-

house teJ1l.oftn-re ults' bloating able extent on area or county repre- well known tactics employedby the poor are turned' into of good in attempting to forts and relaxation of trav-
sy-s DORR WAS in the class the Reds in their pressure football by Communist the
sentation. A new look at the meritof political arouse an interest in pub- eling on their airline and en-
desirable legislation favored bya designation of the time, a pa- campaigns are more and megalomaniacs and lic to the fact that the Com- gages ladies as stewardesseswho

majority of legislators but opposedby the one-house system is advisable trician. He was of a wealthy more being brought to bear. kicked all over the place. munist element is in Gaines- are trained in the waysof
now that the Supreme Court has rul- family. He had been schooledat Such Red campaigns start Stealthy, subtle, creeping ville as well as in all other Carrie Nation. At dinner
a few members of sifting and ed that representation must be Phillips Exeter Academyand with smears and character Communist programs, disguised cities of this nation. time a great majority of
Harvard. He had studied assassination and go on to beneficial, are a Instead staff
steering committees. based on people, not on areas or as your attempted the American traveling pub-
Final decisions in a two-house counties.his law in New York. He returnedto vicious rumor mongeringand slow trip to a Communist to show that Mayor Mc- lic, most especially that partof
his home city of Providenceto the employment of the police state, a Communist Kinney's: statements are with- the American public that

i IT'S IN THE RECORD practice. He early joined "big drive" technique, in gradualism to the slaughter out foundation and are the is human enough to be slightly -
with those who sought to which all forms of public pres- house, brutalizing indignities, beginning of a witch hunt. He fidgety over the countergra-
I translate the fruits of the sures are focused on the tar- and liquidation of our reli- is the first person in a long vitational effrontery t>f hurt-

American Revolution into get, from petitions and dem- gious leaders. Communists time that has had the intestinal ling through the atmosphereat

; Billy Matthews' Ministry "wider extensions of limited onstrations"to blackmail and dump around glittering prom- fortitude to speak out 600 miles per hour, de-

franchise." corruption. ises of bread and liberty in against this creepingmenace. sires a drink before dinner.

t "We shall witneos a seemingly paradise,, but deliver little Your staff, it appears Why doesn't the airline ad-
U. S. Senator George Smathers, longtime eyes close, his head rolls and his ex- Rhode Island's government
spontaneous outpouringof bread and no liberty in hell. would have us stick vertise itself as "The Teeto-
friend of the Eighth District's RepresentativeD. pressive hands float in the air like an or- "contemptuously obstructed"all and of there
articles persuasions In the United States our heads in the sand and taler Airline-Travel With
efforts.
such
chestra conductor's.He .
R. (Billy) Matthews, received unanimous every character, that will are black voters, white everything is just fine whenwe Us and Spare Yourself the

consent to include the following tribute to opens his mouth and out come the BY 1842 THE clique of arise all along the fringes of voters, brown-skinned voters, all know this is not the Sight of Your Neighbor Sip-
voices cf his fellow Congressmen-the high, pow- the communication field where and
the Congressman in the Congressional Record.It erful men and interests who yellow skinned voters case. The attitude is inferred ping Demon-Rum Before Din-
thin singsong of Georgia's Tic Forrester, the Reds have influence, and mixed colored skinned that such things must not be ner?" I would have no complaint
was written by Lee Winfrey, of the Knight the raw growl of old Carl Vinson, the lulling held control was frightened then in the di-
Dorr's from on, manner voters. The USA is not talked about because Someone if the august airline in
Newspaper Bureau. cadences of Alabama-born Claude Pepper.He enough call a by convention campaignto and sub- by which the 'lcCarthyism'drive vided into only black and might get embarrassed.If question would do just that.

is a master mimic and his better storiesare the was built up, penetrat- white voters. someone puts themselvesin But it does not. It is hypocri-
mit constitution to
Filtered and Cool Is Billy Matthews as accurate as tape recordings.You a peo ing all channels of the leaders along
ple. Dorr's party also submit- press True Negro a position to get embarrassed tical. Worse, it is paternalistic. -
would be wrong, though, if you dismissed and all attitude changing leaders of the then
ted one. The government's segments with the true your staff or anyone It is, I humbly suggest,
WASHINGTON-When the U.S. Governmentlast him as a clown. Lyndon Johnson, proposal was defeated. For a of our'society, such as other races in the USA, will else should not try to shield no more its business if a pas-
January cited tobacco as a health menace whose voice Matthews is presently practic- time there two schools and churches.The pro- never, ni'never permit their them.It senger desires a cocktail be-

Representative Donald Ray (Billy) ing, would straighten you out on that. nors claiming were office -gover-one or anti-Communist leanings of races to be doublecrossed seems to me that your fore dinner, than it is if a

Matthews realized right away that corrective Last February, Johnson traveled to Palatkain being Dorr. The state government the participants will have and hoodwinked into eventual paper has a tremendous opportunity passenger desires pepper on

action was imperative.Since Matthews' district to get work started on in a sort of panic, call- nothing to do with the case, slavery through a creeping, in educating the his salami. There are plentyof
his north Florida district grows more the Cross-Florida Barge CanaL There he ed out troops. Dorr was arrested as seen from the surface. crawling, terrifying Commu- public by exploring the pros rules against intoxication
than $10 million worth of Flue-curred tobacco publicly recalled Matthews' dedicated driveto and charged with trea- "The Communist Party or- nist police state, the godless and cons of not only this sub- aboard airlines, and I am in
each year, it would have been impolitic for get the ditch dug. gans will set the key. Orches- destroyer of everything and ject of communism, but favor of all of them. But a
him to quit the weed althogether. So carefully "Every time I went to the House," the son.His tration will gradually spread everybody.To others. Instead your staff has drink before dinner is to in-

he slipped over the end of his cigarsa President said. Billy would catch me by the trial was grossly unfair from one section of the or- change our Americanway seemed to choose to take a toxication, as ownership of a

wooden tip with a filter inside. lapels of my coat." None disputes that jurors chestra to the other, until all of life and form of government side in most issues and for- car is to reckless driving, or

Thus personally protected. Matthews Billy's own coats are several. He is, among known to be fanatically hos- will be playing the same mu- into a welfare stateof get that the total populationis ownership of a gun to homi-

turned his thoughts to the 2,000 tobacco other things, a Lion, an Elk, a Moose, a Ki- tile, or in the employ of men sic, in a rising crescendo. Thisis socialism, via gradualism not informed at all. cide: it is downright perverseand

farmers in his district. wanian, a Knight of Pythias, and an American in the state government, packed the Red technique, to make under world government will I don't think that your misanthropic to assume

"The evidence is overwhelming," he said of Legionnaire. He has been a Spanish the jury. He was sentencedto the pressure of what will appear eventually, slowly but surely, paper can afford to be nar- the inevitability of the latter,
the report. "You can not deny it. But exact teacher in Orlando and a high school princi- solitary confinement at as public opinion so relentless creep and crawl into world row-minded and biased. This from freedom of the former
ly what makes cigarette harmful to health? pal in Newberry.For hard labor for life. Public and so loud that everybody communism and subjugatethe was the impression of your and I for one personally

They type of tobacco? The paper? The wayit 16 years he was at the University of opinion forced his release a will begin to dance to United States of America blasting of Mayor McKinney pledge to remove myself, on

is cured? Pesticides used on it? I .am very Florida as director of the student union and year later. In 1851 his civil the same tune, and those who under the ultimate slavery in your editorial.R. such occasions as I am by the
much interested in finding out." director of alumni affairs. During World rights were restored. Dorr's don't want to dance will be and terror of godless Red E. PORTER Civil Aeronautics Board given

In the meantime, the Congressman from War II, he was a captain training infantrymen. health, however, was broken the choice, from exposure to
Gainesville will continue to be a strong defender by the severities of the yearin the creeping Big Brotherhoodof

r of Government price supports for the He is wrapping up his sixth term in Con- solitary confinement. He POTOMAC FEVER that insufferably paterna-

tobacco industry. gress now, with no one opposing his bid fora lived virtual retirement un- listic common carrier.
Jack Wilson Cowles Bureau
Matthews, 56, blames the harsh realitiesof seventh. He is halfway up the seniority til his death on December 27, By Washington Nominations for entries in

politics for his addiction to cigars. ladder in the mammoth House Agriculture 1854. Even Archibishop Makerios doesn't seem to understand the situation in Cy- the What Bugs Me Department -

"I started smoking in the Florida legis- Committee and, seems settled in for a long that prus. He says it's all Greek to him. are willingly received -
lature in 1935," he recalls. "I got so bored stay. The greedy oligarchy -- subject to the aforemen-
with committee meetings I had to do some- The depression knocked him out of semi- had so long ruled the state colonial on Keystone state Republicans rush to help their Gov. Scranton save the party. tioned limitations, at 150 East
old
the
basis of
the
thing. I am a teetotaler, so I took up cigars. nary and defeated his ambition to be a min- routed Duck, everybody, here comes the Keystone GOPs! 35th Street, New York 16, N.Y.
7 I guess I am lucky I got out with no worse ister. But the residue remains and it be- charter finally was by -- Do not miss the opportunity,
those to action by
inspired
habits than that" comes him. Dorr. of Rhode Islandat Pope Paul told police officials that he always prays for the police. And in the course of mailing
r Matthews' bad habits are few. He is flay Few Congressmen are in his league as a last Citizens obtained written con- probably gets quicker results than if he ran outside and hollered for one. them, to tell your postman
preacher an elder in Gainesville's First storyteller. And perhaps even fewer could a -- that thanks to the bureaucratic
stitution and bill of
rights,
a
Presbyterian Church and probably the most say, and be believed: including that of the ballotIn Postmaster General Gronouski says h is economy program is working fine, anda mess in Washington of
popular Congressman inFlorida's 12-man It may sound corny, but I've always wantedto lot of those letters people used to get probably weren't important anyway. which he is the unwitting

delegation. be of service-preaching, teaching school June of 1964 it is goodto -- agent, you seriously doubt
Matthew's forte is humor. He has a sharp Now I look upon my district as my parish, remember Thomas Wilson Bobby Baker buys control of the vending machine company. It operates justas whether your letter will ever

chin and a shary nose, big round glasses and and my congresional service as my ministry Dorr, who went to prison in it did in the old days, except you no longer get the Congressional Record reach-its melancholy. destina-
i thinning black hair. When he tells a story, ." 1844 for a principle. free with the club sandwich. ton.


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JOHN R. HARRISON, President mo SOUTHBy -x
Publisher; PAT COWLES Vice President WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
Florida's i Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON/ Vice President d64Q
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I and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill 1) rr '
j CHOICE
'University City K",., EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertising RALPH McGILL I ) Z NOT Gve .Beginning a bi-yearly disorders of the social uni
Director; BOB TARTAGLIONE PiiUUcr Priii Winning mblUber 9. 4 AN iruECHO" column, devoted to that lit- verse. I dealt there with little
O! the AU&nU. (G*.) Cemtitmtioa
Vice President and Circulation Manager I, tle irritation which is hardly things: the conductor who lets

r like Lyndon Johnson's foreign the heat climb up to 90 de
THE SUN'S POLICY 111l
To Prison policy, insupportable grees in the commuter train;

1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. but which has a way of the projecfynist who lets the

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. l getting under one's skin, and movie go on just a little bit

t 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. hlo v ItLt itching there, day after day, out of focus, and nobody does

The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 For APrinciple week after week, year after anything about it; the garage

year: actually reaching the attendant who dawdles over
I Want Ads3764612Onelloitse point-is there a docto in the telephone making twit-

the house?- where one be- twit with his paramour while

gins to ignore it, like leprosy. your radiator is boiling over

f A LegislatureThe Thus do' societies become ty- .

rannizable.I Entries for this depart-

played with this themea ment must observe the

I Supreme Court decision last legislature may be made by a small From Notes Made on an few years ago, in an arti- ground rules. This depart

I week, laying down guidelines on conference committee from the Airline Ticket Envelope: On ))'j} cle for Esquire Magazine ment is reserved for trivia, on

what is fair representation in state House and Senate, rather than by called "Why Don't We Com- the understanding that many
of the walls of the
one guest
legislatures, could result in more the majority of members. The pos- WlMm! it.:6: &s 14cc'"Hey plain," which statement, to molehills can bring down
house at Brown Universitybuilt
is mountains.The .
chagrin more widely
states, including Florida, giving sibility of corruption of few my ,
a mem- ( in 1806)) is a framed
girls stop counting those convention remembered by those who gates are open, and I
serious consideration to establishing bers of a conference committee, or copy of the reply of Thomas delegates for a minute and take a look at this!" read it than any of my galactic enter herewith a few nomina-

unicameral (one-house) legislative of them bowing to lobbyist pressure, Wilsor Dorr in response to the pronunciamentos on the tions for exasperating triviaof

bodies. is greater than the possibility of court's query as to whetherthe the season:

The court held that the U.S. Con- corrupting the majority of a one- defendant knew of any / 1)) WELCOME to New

stitution requires substantiallyequal house legislature.The should reason why not be a life imposed sentence as York Fair.,But friends if of the World's
of the you come by car.
representation of people in one-house legislature can help voted by the jury. (The date Voice People pray do not attempt to go

both houses of a two -house correct many of the weaknesses of was June 27, 1844. This is the from, say, the World's Fairto

legislature. This can be done, but two-house legislative bodies. The responsibility anniversary month.) I the Triboro Bridge, or from

recently most states have fallen far for approval or rejectionof DORR'S REPLY is eloquent *V The Sun's Opinion Page Neck Kennedy Airport without to the Throgs

short of equal representation of legislation is clearly fixed in a It was true, he said, escort.Bridge Because, a will police -

population in one or both houses. A unicameral body, not diffused as it that he had opposed the char- Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters not make you
writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot your way, nor
must be signed and bear the
ter of the of Rhode Island
number of states have based one is in a two-house body. state exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The would Kit Carson. Mr. Moses

house partly or mainly on "area" One of the major advantages of a which based the rightto Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or prodigious accomplishment -
vote on property so that
intent. the World's
districts counties on Fair ap-
or townships. one-house legislature is that the
than half the male
Thus, under the Court more population grabbed by their friends and Russia, along with the tradi- parently left him without the
Supreme How
without difficultythe disfranchised. They Wage'AntiAnti'
follow It
public can was :
neighbors and brought onto the tional Communist extermination funds to indicate at intersec-
I ; decisions, one of the major reasons of legislation. Thus the also was true, he said, that tions how
progress War floor, as in an American barn of undesirable racial one must proceed,
why states have had two houses no legislators tend to be more respon- he had, when elected gover- dance. By then, nobody will groups and a complete purgeof if one desires to go home.

longer applies. If representation in constituents. nor, (in an election declared 1961 Mr. be thinking about who called our leadership blood.
sive to their null by the state) sought to EDITOR, Sun: In 2)) THE TELEPHONE com-
both houses is to be on a populationbasis Other advantages are that there establish a written constitu- Edward Hunter, author and the tune in the first place, and All races,in the USA should pany. I am an enormous admirer

why have two houses? can be more efficient and careful tion including a bill of civil veteran of 40 years experiencewith those few "who do will appearas beware of false prophets and of it, and cherish the
warfarehe sanctimoniou3 hyp o c r i t e s,
Those who favor 'the two-house work committees since the com- rights. (Rhode Island was phychological queers. observation of Mr. Irving Kns-
by "brain- For a thorough understanding Communist devils hiding
( coined the phrase
then the state tol that who hasa
system can no longer use the argu- mittees tend to be smaller and rep- only lacking Washing") was called to testify of this phenomenon, this back of the Bible. anyone
such a guarantee.) Dorr then mystical faith in the bene-
ment that it permits..representation resent the entire legislature and not told the court that the court before a Senate subcom- eye opening document All of us must hang together fits of socialization has onlyto

of areas as well as population. Theycan just one chamber. The simplicity of itself knew he had not had a mittee. The following excerptsare should be read,completely and against a common enemyor compare the performanceof
which carefully. It may be obtainedby all of us will hang separately -
from his testimony,
argue that a two-house legislature legislative procedure is a unicameral fair trial. the socialized post office
ori- sending 25 cents to the .
is desirable because An judge hard 1 deals with the ultimate with the performance of the
one house system tends to do away with secrecy angry y and methods of attacks United States Government CARL LIDDLE

serves as a check on the other, tendsto and confusion. The tag-end waiting for him to completethe made gin against anti Communist Printing Office, Washington, Tallahassee monopoly telephone c o m-
detailed, moving summa- But why does
pany. pray
result in more careful deliberationand rush to dispose of bills and appro- tion, quickly sentenced himto individuals and organizations D.C., and asking for Docu- the telephone company haveto

prevents enactment of hasty, priation matters can be avoided life at hard labor and soli- by some of the press ment No. Y4.J 89-2: AN 8-9 Paper Can't charge us forever and ever
entitled "The New Drive
ill-advised laws. They also confinement for seek- and other communicationsmedia. for all these facilities that
can argue more easily in a one-house legisla- tary the'AntiCOmmunist
Against
I that it is more difficult to corrupt ing to overthrow the state's Afford Bias are quickly amortized? For

( houses than ture.The charter restrictions on the "The Red anti -anti- Program. instance, the little lightweight
I two new ,
one. They may con- cost of legislating also is reduced "UNBRAINWASHED"A EDITOR, SUN: Your editorial
t right of franchise. Princess receiver: okay
,
Communst drive has been or-
tend, too that it is
desirable
to under the unicameral system of June 16 did a great fifteen
: dered by the. Soviet Communist charge or whatever,
i have one house with a relatively because there are fewer legislatorsand Dorr was sentenced June hierarchy, speaking i Warning Of disservice to Mayor Howard dollars to install it, and a few

large number of members so that needed. It 27, 1844. One hundred and McKinney, the city of Gaines- dollars month extra sufficient -
) fewer employees are through and by the voice of per ,
twenty have passed The Lie'EDITOR
years ville and Alachua It
state government can be more representative also becomes more feasible to hold since Dorr went to the harsh the Communist parties of, the Bib County. to pay the extra costs

I : ofa.ncLresponsive to -annual, sessions. ,to call special cell and labor world, gathered in a rare con- seems that your editorial of production, and then some
'' ; or. prison punishing clave." Sun: Communistshave staff are either extremely ignorant But why do we have to be
. : needs of local communities. sessions where there is the need for that were a part of prisonlife fragrant definitions for of communism or its charged, forever and ever

Some of these arguments have them. in that century. His story "Anti anti-comm u n 1 s m, deadly programs. Commu- effects. This I can't believe if and ever, extra dollars until

little merit. The check which That one-house legislature makes all the more incred- since' the appearance of the nists are masters of disguise, they are of the caliber that our grandchildren's grandchil-
one a can
ible the fact that in 1964 there ((1960, Red) manifesto, has masquerade, the reversal most require. Then
house has papers dren so old, that they
on the other provides function has been grow
, satisfactorily are,' in Mississippi and Ala- come out into the open, tak- and the hoodwinked double- the next thought or questionthat cannot lift the receiver off the

little protection against passage of proven in Nebraska, which adoptedthis bama and in a few isolated ing the offensive, as anyone cross. arises is-are they sym- hook?

hasty, ill-advised 'legislation. The system in 1934. The failure of areas outside those states, acquainted with Red tactics To abolish poverty by pathetic to communism i ? 3)) THERE IS that airline

two-house system can result in buck- other states to follow Nebraska's men and women being arrested should have been able to pre- making poverty ,- stricken What community service United (Editors: those who
and subjected to per- dict. Open attack has begun to Communist slaves out of the could this staff have
_
passing and trading that produces example probably has been due possibly prefer, please omit the name.
secution for seeking voting supplement the former hush- poor is the Biggest Lie of all, had in mind? and 'simply leave it "that airline"
highly-unsatisfactory- and"lxtchedup ) mainly to to abandon
unwillingness rights for which they are hush, without replacing the a Communist trick for many, It appears that your paper ), which simultaneously
laws. More importantly two- apportionment based to a consider- qualified. suppressive aspects. All the
many years. It is tragic when could have done a great deal: advertise the joys and comforts

house system, oftenresults in blocking able extent on area or county repre- well known tactics employedby the poor are turned into of good in attempting to and relaxation of trav-

desirable legislation favored sentation. A new look at the meritof DORR, WAS, in the class the Reds in their pressure political football by Communist arouse an interest in the pub- eling on their airline, and engages
bya designation of the time, a pa- campaigns are more and and
the one-house system is advisablenow megalomaniacs lic to the fact that the Com- ladies as stewardesseswho
majority of legislators but opposedby trician. He was of a wealthy more being brought to bear. kicked all over the place. munist element is in Gaines- trained in the
that the Supreme Court has rul- family. He had been schooledat Such Red campaigns start are waysof
Stealthy, subtle, creeping ville well in
a few members of sifting and as as all other Carrie Nation. At din-
ed that representation must be Phillips Exeter Academyand ,with smears and character Communist programs, disguised cities of this nation. time of
ner a great majority
steering committees.Final Harvard. He had studied assassination and on to
based on people, not on areas or go as beneficial, are a Instead your staff attempted the American traveling public
in. two-house law in New York. He returnedto vicious rumor mongeringand slow to a Communist to show
decisions a counties. trip that Mayor McKinney's most especially that partof
Z his home city of Providenceto the employment of the
state, Communist
police a statements are with the American that
; IT'S IN THE RECORD practice. He early joined "big drive" technique, in gradualism to the slaughter out foundation and are the is human enough to public be slightly -

with those who sought to which all forms of public pres- house, brutalizing indignities, beginning of a witch hunt. He the
fidgety over countergra-
translate the fruits of the sures are focused on the tar-
I and liquidation of our reli- is the first person in a long vitational f hurt-
effrontery t)
Billy Matthews' American Revolution into get, from petitions and demonstrations gious leaders. Communists time that has had the intestinal ling through the atmosphereat
Ministry "wider extensions of limited to blackmail and
dump around glittering prom fortitude to speak out 600 miles per hour, de-
franchise. corruption. ises of bread and liberty in
against this creepingmenace. sires a drink before dinner.

U. S. Senator George Smathers, longtime his eyes close, his head rolls and his ex- Rhode Island's government "We shall withers a seemingly paradise, but deliver little Your staff, it appears Why doesn't the airline ad-

friend of the Eighth District's RepresentativeD. pressive hands float in the air like an or- "contemptuously obstructed"all spontaneous outpouringof bread and no liberty in hell. would have us stick vertise itself as "The Teeto-
articles and persuasions of In the United States there our heads in the sand and
chestra conductor's.He such efforts. taler Airline-Travel With
R. (Billy) Matthews received unanimous
character, that will white
every are black voters, everything is just fine whenwe Us and Spare Yourself the
consent to include the following tribute to opens his mouth and out come the arise all the of
along fringes voters, brown-skinned voters, all know this is not the
voices of his fellow Congressmen-the BY 1842 THE clique of pow- Sight of Your Neighbor Sip
the Congressman in the Congressional Record.It thin singsong of Georgia's Tic Forrester high, erful men and interests who the communication field where yellow skinned voters, and case. The attitude is inferred ping Demon-Rum Before Din-

was written by Lee Winfrey, of the Knight the raw growl of old Carl Vinson, the lulling, held control was frightened the Reds have influence, and mixed colored skinned that such things must not be ner?" I would have no com
from then in the
on, manner voters. The USA is not divided talked about because
Newspaper Bureau. cadences of Alabama-barn Claude Pepper.He enough by Dorr's campaignto someone plaint if the august airline in
is a master mimic and his better storiesare call a convention and sub- by which the 'McCarthyism'drive into only] black and might get embarrassed. question would do just that.

Filtered and Cool Is Billy Matthews as accurate as tape recordings.You mit a constitution to the peo was built up, penetrating white voters. If someone puts themselvesin But it does not. It is hypocrlh -
all channels ot the press True Negro leaders, along a position to embarrassed
would be if ple. Dorr's party also submit- get Worse, it is paternalistic. -
though dismissed
wrong you and all attitude
changing seg- with the true leaders of the then
WASHINGTON-When the U.S. Governmentlast him as a clown. Lyndon Johnson ted one. The government'sproposal your staff or anyone It is, I humbly suggest,
,
ments of our society, such as other races in the USA, will else should not
to shield
was defeated. For a try its business if
health no more a
January cited tobacco as a menace whose voice Matthews is presently practic- schools and churches. The pas-
pro- never, ni'never permit their them.It .
Representative Donald Ray (Billy) ing, would straighten you out on that. time there were two governors or anti-Communist leanings of senger desires a cocktail be-
that corrective claiming office one races to be doublecrossedand seems to me that your fore dinner, than it is if a
Matthews realized right
away Johnson traveled to Palatka the will have
Last
February, participants hoodwinked into eventual has
being Dorr. The state paper a tremendous desires
govern opportunity on
action was imperative.Since in Matthews' district to get work started on nothing to do with the passenger pepper
case,
slavery through a creeping, in
in sort of called educating the
ment
his north Florida district grows more a panic, his salami. There are plentyof
the Cross-Florida Barge Canal There he as seen from the surface.
Communist
crawling, terrifying -
public
than $10 million worth of Flue-curred tobacco out troops. Dorr was arrested by exploring the pros rules against intoxication
each it would have been impolitic for publicly recalled Matthews' dedicated driveto and charged with trea- "The Communist Party or- police state, the godless and cons of not only this sub- aboard airlines, and I am in
,
year get the ditch dug. gans will set the key. Orchestration destroyer of everything and ject of communism
but favor of all of them. But
a
him to quit the weed althogether. So care- "
"Every time I went to the House, the son.His will gradually spread everybody.To others. Instead
your staff has drink before dinner is to intoxication -
fully, he slipped over the end of his cigarsa President said Billy would catch me by the trial was grossly un- from one section of the orchestra change our Americanway seemed to choose to take a of
ownership a
wooden tip with a filter inside. lapels of my coat. fair None disputes that jurors to the other, until all of life and form of government side in most issues and for as
car is to reckless driving, or
Thus personally protected Matthews Billy's own coats are several. He is, among known to be fanatically hostile will be playing the same mu- into a welfare stateof get that the total
populationis
homi-
of to
turned his thoughts to the 2,000 tobacco other things a Lion, an Elk, a Moose, a Ki- or in the employ of men sic, in a rising crescendo. Thisis socialism, via gradualism, not informed at all. ownership a gun
cide it is downright
: farmers in his district. wanian, a Knight of Pythias, and an American in the state government, packed the Red technique, to make under world government will I don't think that : perverseand
"The evidence is overwhelming," he said of Legionnaire. He has been a Spanish the jury. He was sentencedto the of what will your misanthropic to assume
pressure but
t' appear eventually, slowly surely, paper can afford to be nar- the inevitability of the latter,
the report. "You can not deny it. But exact-
teacher in Orlando and school princi- solitary confinement at
a high as public opinion so relentless creep and crawl into world row-minded and biased. This from of the former
what makes harmful to health? freedom
cigarette
ly pal in Newberry.For hard labor for life. Public and so loud that everybody communism and subjugatethe was the impression of
They type of tobacco? The paper? The way 16 years he was at the University of opinion forced his release a will begin to dance to United States of America blasting of your and I for one personally

: it is cured? Pesticides used on it? I am very Florida as director of the student union and year later. In 1851 his civil the same tune, and those who under the ultimate slavery in Mayor McKinney pledge to remove myself, on

much interested in finding out"In director of alumni affairs. During World rights were restored. Dorr's don't want to dance will be and terror of godless Red your editoriaLR.. E. PORTERPOTOlIAC such occasions as I am by the
Civil Aeronautics Board
the meantime, the Congressman from War II, he was a captain training infantrymen. health, however, was broken given
I Gainesville will continue to be a strong defender by the severities of the yearin S the choice, from exposure to

of Government price supports for the He is wrapping up his sixth tern in Congress solitary confinement. He FEVER the creeping Big Brotherhoodof

tobacco industry. now, with no one opposing his bid fora lived in virtual retirement un- that insufferably paterna-

Matthews, 56, blames the harsh realitiesof seventh. He is halfway up the seniority til his death on December 27, ,By Jack Wilson Cowles Ayashington Bureau listic common carrier.

politics for his addiction to cigars."I ladder in the mammoth House Agriculture Even Nominations for entries in
Archibishop Makerios doesn't seem to understand the situation in Cy the What Bugs Me De-
started smoking in the Florida Legis- Committee and, seems settled in for a long 1854.The prus. He says it's all Greek to him.
lature in 1935," he recalls. "I got so bored stay. greedy oligarchy that partment are willingly received -

with committee meetings I had to do some- The depression knocked him out of seminary had so long ruled the state on -- subject to the aforemen-

t thing. I am a teetotaler, so I took up cigars. and defeated his ambition to be a min- the basis of the old colonial Duck Keystone state Republicans rush to help their Gov. Scranton save the party.' tioned limitations, at 150 East

I guess I am lucky I got out with no worse ister. But the residue remains and it be- charter finally was routed by everybody, here comes the Keystone GOPs! 35th Street, New York 16, N.Y.

It habits than that. him. those inspired to action by' -- Do not miss the opportunity,
comes Pope Paul told police officials that he always prays for the police. And in the of mailing
r Matthews' bad habits are few. He is in his Dorr. Citizens of Rhode Islandat course
z Few
Congressmen are league
as a
: lay preacher, an elder in Gainesville's First storyteller. And perhaps even fewer could last obtained a written con- probably gets quicker results than if he ran outside and hollered for one. them, to tell your postman

Presbyterian Church and probably the 'most and be believed: stitution and a bill of rights, -- that Jhanks to the bureaucratic -

popular Congressman in Florida's 12-man say It sound but I've including that of the ballotIn Postmaster General Gronouski says h is economy program is working fine, anda mess Washington of
I delegation. may corny, always wantedto lot of ,those letters people used to get probably weren't important anyway. which he is the unwitting
be of service-preaching, teaching school
June of 1964 it is goodto
Matthew's forte is humor. -- agent, you seriously doubt
He has a sharp Now I look district
upon my as my parish, remember
chin and a ,shary nose, big round Thomas Wilson Bobby Baker buys control of the vending machine company. operates justas whether your letter will ever
glasses and and
my congresional service as my min Dorr, who went to prison in, it did the old
in days
thinning black hair. When he tells a story ." 1844,for a except you no longer get the Congressional Record reach'its melancholy. destina
I principle. free with the club aandwich. tion., -

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IN \ TE OF THANKS
CONSCIENCEOF In sad but I family of Buster Burns
COLORED NEWSB. our husband thank the members of

late Rev. J. Baptist Church and

inn'I departed this for their acts of
Oiaitttsuill f
today, June 23 shown during his! ill.
F. Childs, Colored News Editor
"You are subsequent death.

THE I place in the Washing and Mrs.
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. offering, $27.28 Church School, filled." Mrs. Proctor, sisters.
I Pleasant Methodist $8.73; sick and shut-ins, $7.47; wife and I .
SOUTHBy I,special $20.87; donation, $30.00; ;
I JOHN R. HARRISON, President end There will be mid-week Prayer
uMIhrj PAT COWLES, Vkt PrellFJorida's I Service today, 7:30 p.m. The I total, $264.70. Rev. W. M. Ferguson NEWS
dent, 14 JOHNSON Vk PrtsidMlnd pastor.Mt. AT HOME
Beautiful i r ExKutlvt Edltwj W. G. (Bill) ,Children's Choir will rehearse I Carmel Baptist There SLATES \ I McGinnis is very ill at

'University City' !2J j EBERSOLE Directory, Vice 101 President TARTACLIONE and Advertising -, PBliUcr RALPH Frit Binning McGILL P.blisher I I: tomorrow, 4:30: p.m. The Youth will be mid-week Meditation Choirs'The Union at Brooker. Mr. Mc-
Ol U. AlUmu. (GA.) CMtUlotlra I Choir will rehearse tomorrow, friends are asked to
7:30
Viet President and Clrcutatten Meneser.THE Services today, p. m.;
I 6 Choir No. 2 will meeting at .
p. m. rehearse 7:30
Youth Forum Wednesday,
SUN'S POLICY Thursday, 7:30 p. m. p.m., and also both Choirs Nos. Baptist Church Nellie Moore, reporter
t To Prison Esell Turner, president. Rich- Jordan, pastor
and In the columns. 1 and 2 will have rehearsal,
1. Report the news fully Impartially news ard Parker 8 p.m. Jerome ;
organist.The '
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorials. 8 p.m.; and Teachers' Meeting Mrs. Gladys

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Board of Education and Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. porter. Queen Cooper was re-

Church School Staff will meet Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther as improving at her
The Sun's All 372-8441
telephones: Departments- For A
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in the second Hamm, reportor. being ill for some-
Want Ads376.4672OneuHouse unit of church V. L. Trapp, New Hope Baptist Sunday PLANS

chairman; J. Franklin Jones., School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- Mrs. Rosie Marietta Hall was also

Church School superintendent.Next ship, 11 a.m.; and afternoon Gospel as improving at her
A LegislatureThe PrincipleFrom Sunday is Methodist Student -worship, 3 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- a musical being ill for some

J Day and Youth Day. man, pastor; Mrs. L. D. Wil- Baptist Church

Supreme Court decision last legislature may be made by a small The pastor would like to meet liams, reporter.Mt church today
Notes Made on an with all chairmen of organizations Herman Baptist prayer The public \' CLOSES
week laying down guidelines on conference committee from the
Airline Ticket Envelope: On will begin today at is no
on Friday, July 3, 8:30 meeting Daughters of Elks an-
what is fair representation in state House and Senate rather than
by one of the walls of the guest p.m. Receipts for Sunday, June 7:30 p.m. for the revival meet- free-will which began June
legislatures, could result in more the majority of members. The pos house at Brown Universitybuilt 14: total classes $170.05; public ings. i cepted. June 21.

states, including Florida, giving sibility of corruption of a few members ( in 1806)) is a framed daily activities were in-

serious consideration to establishing of a conference committee, or copy of the reply of Thomas and several distin-

unicameral (one-house) legislative of them bowing to lobbyist pressure, Wilsor Dorr in response to the I persons appeared in the

I bodies. is greater than the possibility of court's query as to whetherthe .

The court held that the U.S. Con corrupting the majority of a one- reason defendant why a knew life sentence of any Voice of the '
\ IO SET
stitution substantiallyequal house
requires legislature.The should not be imposed as 1 1i Woman's Home Mission
representation of people in one-house legislature can help voted by the jury. (The date District Con-

both houses of a two house correct many of the weaknesses of was June 27, 1844. This is the I auxilary of the Suwan-

legislature. This can be done, but two-house legislative bodies. The responsibility anniversary month.) ====On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions Progressive Baptist

recently most states have fallen far for approval or rejectionof with Rev. Lloyd,
DORR'S REPLY is d o- in the Voice of the People
and comments of Sun readers are welcome.
short of equal representation of legislation is clearly fixed in a quent. It was true, he said, must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if Mrs. Callie Rentz,
population in one or both houses. A unicameral body, not. diffused as it that he had opposed the char- not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry will be held at the
Sun reserves the right to reject eny letter or to shorten it, without changing the Baptist Church with
ter of the state of Rhode Is-
I number of states have based is in two-house
one a body. intent. Foye, pastor, at Arch
land, which based the rightto
house partly or mainly on "area" One of the major advantages of a 26,28.
vote on property so that grabbed by their friends and Russia, along
How
Wage
districts-counties or townships.Thus one-house legislature is that the more than half the male pop- They neighbors and brought onto the tional theme of the convention
"
under the Supreme Court public can follow without difficultythe ulation was disfranchised. It 'Anti-Anti' War floor, as in an American barn tion of Family; and the
also was true, he said, that dance. By then, nobody will groups and a song is "Hold to God's
decisions, one of the major reasons progress of legislation. Thus the Hands."
he had, when elected gover- EDITOR, Sun: In 1961, Mr. be thinking about who called of our
states have had two houses legislators tend to be
why
no more responsive -
the tune in the first place, and All races in
1 nor, (in an election declarednull Edward Hunter, author and
longer applies. If representation in to their constituents. by the state) sought to veteran of 40 years experiencewith those few who do will appearas beware of CON'T'ENTIONPLANNED

both houses is to be on a populationbasis Other advantages are that therecan establish a written constitu- phychological warfarehe queers." sanctimoniou: i

why have two houses? be more efficient and careful tion including a bill of civil ( coined the phrase "brain- For a thorough understanding Communist Juvenile District Con

Those who favor the two-house 0 work by committees, since the committees rights. (Rhode Island was washing") was called to testify of this phenomenon, this back of the will be held at the
then the state Senate subcom- eye opening document All of us .
before
only lacking a Baptist Church with
system can no longer use the argu- tend to be smaller and rep
should be read and er against a
such a guarantee.) Dorr then mittee. The following excerpts completely 'I. E. White, pastor, on
ment that it permits representationof resent the entire legislature and not told the court that the court are from his testimony, which carefully. It may be obtainedby or all of us at 2 p.m.

areas as well as population. Theycan just one chamber. The simplicity of itself knew he had not had a deals with the ultimate ori- sending 25 cents to the rately. I "' SPEAKS FRIDAY

argue that a two-house legisla- legislative procedure is a unicameral fair trial. gin and methods of attacks United States Government T. R. Griffin will

ture is desirable because one house system tends to do away with secrecy An angry judge, hardly made against anti Communist Printing Office, Washington, I principal speaker at the
waiting for him to completethe individuals and organiza- D.C., and asking for Docu- Baptist Church on
serves as a check on the other tendsto and confusion. The tag-end
No. Y4.J 89-2 AN 8-9
detailed, moving summa- tions by some of the press ment : Pa June 26, at 8 p.m.
result in more careful deliberationand rush to dispose of bills and appropriation tion, quickly sentenced him and other communicationsmedia. entitled "The New Drive i public is invited to hear

prevents enactment of hasty, matters can be avoided to life at hard labor and soli- Against the Anti-Communist

ill-advised laws. They can also argue more easily in a one-house legisla tary confinement for seek- Program." -
ing to overthrow the state's "The new Red, antianti- "UNBRAINWASHED"A EDITOR, : I
that it is difficult
to
more corrupt drive has been
Communst or-
ture.The charter restrictions on the rial of June PERSONALS
two houses than one. They may con cost of legislating also is reduced right of franchise. dered by the Soviet Commu- Of disservice to Mary J. Smith and Miss

I tend, too, that it is desirable to under the unicameral system nist hierarchy, speaking Warning McKinney, Williams, both of Ft.

have one house with a relatively because there are fewer legislatorsand Dorr was sentenced June through and by the voice of The Big Lie' ville and were sightseeing in
l 27, 1844. One hundred and the Communist parties of the
large number of members, so that fewer employees are needed. It seems that yesterday.
twenty years have passed world, gathered in a rare con- and Mrs. Robert James
state government can be more rep- also becomes more feasible to hold since Dorr went to the harsh clave." EDITOR, Sun: Communistshave staff are
fragrant definitions for norant of Jim, all of Trenton.
resentative of, and responsive to, annual sessions or to call special prison cell and punishing labor "Anti anti-comm u n i s m, deadly programs. Commu- effects. This here yeslerdav on

needs of local communities. sessions where there is the need for that were a part of prisonlife since the appearance of the nists are masters of disguise, they are cf visit with relatives

b Some of these arguments have them. in that century. His story ((1960, Red) manifesto, has masquerade, the reversaland most papers : .

little merit. The check which one That a one-house legislature can makes all the more incred- come out into the open, taking the hoodwinked double- the next Britt, of Jersey City, N
ible the fact that in 1964 there oo"N
the offensive for his homt
as anyone that arises is yesterday :
house has on the other provides function satisfactorily has been are, in Mississippi and Ala- cross.
acquainted with Red tactics To abolish poverty by pathetic to g with his parents.
little protection against passage of proven in Nebraska, which adoptedthis bama and in a few isolated should have been able to pre- making poverty stricken What Mrs. Britt, in Games

hasty, ill-advised legislation. The system in 1934. The failure: of areas outside those states, dict. Open attack has begun to Communist slaves out of the could this several days.

two-house system can result in buck- other states to follow Nebraska's men and women being arrested supplement the former hush- poor is the Biggest Lie of all, had in mind? Jane Williams returned

passing and trading that produces example probably has been due secution and for subjected seeking to voting per- hush, without replacing the a Communist trick for many, It appears from Washing
suppressive aspects. All the It is tragic when could have C., after combining bus.
many years.
highly-unsatisfactory and botchedup mainly to unwillingness to abandon for which
rights they are
I. well known tactics employedby the poor are turned into of good in pleasure for the pasl
laws. More importantly, the two- apportionment based to a consider qualified. the Reds in their pressure political football by Commu- arouse an .

house system often results in block- able extent on area or county repre campaigns are more and nist megalomaniacs and lic to the Beatrice Wilson and son,
in the class
DORR WAS
desirable sentation. A new look at the meritof more being brought to bear. kicked all over the place. munist of Miami, flew here yes
ing legislation favored bya designation of the time, a
the one-house system is advisablenow pa- Such Red campaigns start Stealthy, subtle, creeping ville as well on a brief visit and out
trician. He was of a wealthy
majority of legislators but opposedby with smears and character Communist programs, disguised cities of this friends.
that the Supreme Court has ruled family. He had been schooledat assassination and on to Simmons of Miami
few members of sifting and go as beneficial, are a Instead ,
a that Phillips Exeter Academyand
representation must be vicious rumor mongeringand slow trip to a Communist ed to show through the University
steering committees. based on people, not on areas or Harvard. He had studied the employment of the police state, a Communist Kinney's en route to Tat
law in New York. He returnedto
Final decisions in a two-house counties. "big drive" technique, in gradualism to the slaughter out .
his home city of Providenceto which all forms of public pres- house, brutalizing indignities, beginning of Mildred Williams ol

f IT'S IN THE RECORD practice. He early joined sures are focused on the tar and liquidation of our reli- is the first passed through Gamo
with those who sought to
get, from petitions and dem-
gious leaders. Communists time that yesterday en route to
translate the fruits of the
onstrations to blackmail and .
1 around tinal fortitude
I dump glittering prom-
American Revolution into "
Mattheivs' corruption. ises of bread and liberty in against this Mary Douglas flew yes
Billy Ministry "wider extensions of limited
franchise." "We shall witness a seem- paradise, but deliver little menace. to New York, N. Y 01
ingly spontaneous outpouringof bread and no liberty in hell. pears, would visit with her

U. S. Senator George Smathers, longtime his eyes close, his head rolls and his expressive Rhode Island's government articles and persuasions of' In the United States there our heads in Mrs. Clara Young,
obstructed"all every character, that will black voters, white everything is relatives.
I friend of the Eighth District's RepresentativeD. hands float in the air like an or- "contemptuously are
chestra conductor's.He such efforts. arise all along the fringes of voters, brown-skinned voters, we all know Mrs. Irvin A. Welch,
R. (Billy) Matthews, received unanimous the communication field where yellow skinned voters, and case. The Ky., returned U
his mouth and out the
consent to include the following tribute to voices opens of his fellow Congressmen-the come high BY 1842 THE clique of pow- the Reds have influence, and mixed colored skinned that such recently after visit

the Congressman in the Congressional Record.It thin singsong of Georgia's Tic Forrester,, erful men and interests who from then on, in the manner voters. The USA is not di- talked about with Mrs. Welch's

was written by Lee Winfrey, of the Knight the raw growl of old Carl Vinson, the lulling held control was frightened by which the 'McCarthyism' vided into only black and one might Mrs. Alice Green, and
drive was built penetrating while: If and friends in
Newspaper Bureau. cadences of Alabama-born Claude Pepper.He enough by Dorr's campaignto up voters. someone I
is a master mimic and his better storiesare call a convention and sub- all channels of the press True Negro leaders, along in a position City. While ir
Filtered and Cool Is Billy Matthews as accurate as tape recordings.You mit a constitution to the peo and all attitude changing seg- with the true leaders of the sed then your they. also visited Lees-
would be wrong, though if you dis- ple. Dorr's party also submit- ments of our society, such as other races in the USA, will else should I and St. Pe-crs
ted schools and churches. The ni'never their them.It .
I one. The government'sproposal proor never, permit I
WASHINGTON-When the U.S. Governmentlast missed him as a clown. Lyndon Johnson,
was defeated. For a anti-Communist leanings of races to be doublecrossedand seems to
health menace whose voice Matthews is
tobacco presently
cited as a practic-
January '
time there were two gover- the participants will have hoodwinked into eventual paper has a 61 RATTLERSSCHEDULE
Donald Ray (Billy) ing, would straighten out on that.
you
Representative
nors claiming office one nothing to do with the case, slavery through a creeping, portunity in
Matthews realized right away that corrective Last February, Johnson traveled to Palatkain being Dorr. The state govern- as seen from the surface. crawling, terrifying Commu- public by The Flo-

action was imperative.Since Matthews' district to get work started on ment, in a sort of panic, call- "The Communist Party or- nist police state, the godless and cons of & f University Rattlers
his north Florida district grows more the Cross-Florida Barge Canal. There he ed out troops. Dorr was arrested gans will set the key. Orches- destroyer of everything and ject of the Central State Col. :
than $10 million worth of Flue-curred tobacco publicly recalled Matthews' dedicated driveto and charged with trea- tration will gradually spread everybody.To others. of Wilberforcc, J
each year, it would have been impolitic for get the ditch dug. son. from one section of the or- change our Americanway seemed to in Tallahassee. The I
him to quit the weed althogether. So care- "Every time I went to the House" the chestra to the other, until all of life and form of gov- side in most were scheduled to play
fully, he slipped over the end of his cigarsa President said Billy would catch me by the His trial was grossly un will be playing the same mu- ernment into a welfare state get that the in the Tampa

wooden tip with a filter inside. lapels of my coat"Billy's fair. None disputes that jurors sic, in a rising crescendo. Thisis of socialism, via gradualism, is not I in Tampa, Oct. 31.
Thus personally protected, Matthews own coats are several. He is, among known to be fanatically hostile the Red technique, to make under world government will I don't I State has been re-

turned his thoughts to the 2,000 tobacco other things, a Lion, an Elk, a Moose, a Ki- or in the employ of men the pressure of what will appear eventually, slowly but surely, paper can by Benedict College of
farmers in his district. wanian of Pythias, and an Ameri- in the state government, packed -
a Knight as public opinion so re- creep and crawl into world row-minded S.C., for the Florida
"The evidence is overwhelming," he said of can Legionnaire. He has been a Spanish the jury. He was sentencedto lentless and so loud that everybody communism and subjugatethe was the at Phillips Field in
the report. "You can not deny it. But exact- teacher in Orlando and a high school principal solitary confinement at will begin to dance to United States of America blasting of Oct. 31, announced

ly what makes cigarette harmful to health in.N ewberry.For hard labor for life. Public the same tune, and those who under the ultimate slaveryand in your athletic director, Jake
I They type of tobacco? The paper? The wayit 16 years he was at the University of opinion forced his release a don't want to dance will be terror of godless Red The Marauders will
is cured? Pesticides used on it? I am very Florida as director of the student union and year later. In 1851 his civil Rattlers at Talla

much interested in finding out." director of alumni affairs. During World rights were restored. Dorr's Oct. 10, he said.
In the meantime, the Congressman from War II, he was a captain training infantrymen. health, however, was broken 'Rattlers
Gainesville will continue to be a strong defender by the severities of the yearin POTOMAC FEVERBy as announced by
of Government price supports for the He is wrapping up his sixth term in Con- solitary confinement. He follows:

tobacco industry. gress now, with no one opposing his bid fora lived in virtual retirement un- Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau 3, Lincoln University,
I Matthews, 56, blames the harsh realitiesof seventh. He is halfway up the seniority til his death on December 27, ; 10, Central State

politics for his addiction to cigars. ladder in the mammoth House Agriculture 1854. Even Archibishop Makerios doesn't seem to understand the Tallahassee: 17, Mor

"I started smoking in the Florida Legis- Committee and seems settled in for a long The greedy oligarchy that prus. He says it's all Greek to him. College, Atlanta, Ga.;
lature in 1935," he recalls. "I get so bored stay. A&I Tallahassee
-- ,
had so long ruled the state on
I with committee meetings I had to do some- The depression knocked him out of semi- the basis of the old colonial Keystone state Republicans rush to help their Gov. Scranton Benedict College, Tam
thing. I am a teetotaler, so I took up cigars.I nary and defeated his ambition to be a min- charter finally was routed by Duck, everybody, here comes the Keystone GOPs!
guess I am lucky I got out with no worse ister. But the residue remains and it be- those inspired to action by -- 7, North Carolina

habits than that." comes him. Dorr. Citizens of Rhode Island Pope Paul told police officials that he always prays for the (homecom
; Matthews' bad habits ,are few. He is Few Congressmen are in his league as a at last obtained a written con- probably gets quicker results than if he ran outside and hollered Southern University,

t lay preacher, an elder in Gainesville's First storyteller. And perhaps even fewer could stitution and a bill of rights, -- La.; 21, Bethune-
t Presbyterian Church and probably the most say, and be believed: including that of the ballotIn Postmaster General Groneuski says his economy program is College, Day ton a
r fJ popular Congressman in Florida's 12-man It may sound corny, but I've always wantedto a lot of those letters people used to get probably weren't and 28, Texas Southern,
: delegation. be of service-preaching, teaching school June of 1964 it is goodto -- )
\ Matthew's forte is humor. He has a sharp Now I look upon my district as my parish, remember Thomas Wilson Bobby Baker buys control of the vending machine company. It 5, Orange Blossom

chin and a shary nose, big round glasses and and my congresional service as my min Dorr, who went to prison in as it did in the old days, except you no longer get the Miami (opponent to be
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r Tuesday June 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

They're Miss Florida Candidates

\ 'PLUMBERS AT 817.16 PER HOURWorld's LBJ Asks For


J f::. j:<. r'f :a

.. World Fair
Date
\ f:a .., h:k: "''Ii' ,'t <".p.'x;. 1f. Jzv Fair Exhibitors Balk i:

s fl ;; "Jp ..Si (O New York Timesj
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/ ;/ "'J>,Jd:4 .t11.ti S 'r | PARIS, The United Statesis

S 11,,. ? *t{*' 9tr / At to World's;
: ": < yet sQt:;.. High Cost of Maintenance planning stage a
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/ .R M4 I, ,' :Fair
.. n > in 1975 or 1976 to celebratetwo
1 Fl"
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xw? xyk .. Y centuries of independence.
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F a'w t-\ 9 tit a h"fti t.tt" [ J ,; .. Jfrm dark {timtl1 sles, Seattle certainly not man has returned to his shop. ed on the grounds during day President Johnson has asked

N kn f'- : > .' .&;*i. ;i Jr : 1:4, By ROBERT ALDEN Moscow declared.," one"My pavilion people manager here Nor does the workman arrive; I light hours to do this kind of the bureau of International ex

> .#:Wi E NEW YORK The Boardof alone. He is driven to the pavIlion emergency upkeep work.It .
I 3 y iw a s 1t .. e rsM"0K ti were always friends of the United positions here to reserve six

,. .,.. !{ .' ,)/ ;:i; :!dto yN Directors of the World's: States but now?" by a member of the Team- has contracts with 35 labor months on its calendar for the
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a i'Yt'i$" 1<; *j.'; ; Fair Corporation is confrontedwith sters Union, who frequently re-
r unions and its
Sf .4. 1ft ii'&lf: ; : mounting resentment over "At the Seattle fair," an offi- ceives an hourly wage higher: policy is to turna bicentennial exposition.In .

,1 r y i1 high costs and inefficient main- cial of one of the largest state than the workman who is takento I 7 per cent profit. But, in!. his letter, Johnson said he

t .,..,. :: :'f) '\ ', tenance on the fairgrounds. pavilions said, "everything was the job. He is also accompannied dealing with some of the ma.l.was appointing a committee to
; :
I t./ >4 Pavilions in every section of done to create an atmosphereof by an assistant. jor industrial exhibitors, t make recommendations on the

w/k_,", i q j it 't' 'J'p$1.3 .,,"v,.,.' r the fair international, indus goodwill and helpfulness toward amounts involved now theme, site and date of the ex
appear
.'.' l' ,, J 1 'trial the exhibitors. Here Moreover, for example, a carpenter and to make
position
"' :<''*' ''f j<."..> . ''!
'o/<:<- .Hf' 'v. : exorbitant that Allied
I fair has abdicated its who works after 3 p.m. Mainten-I known the in
r Z : }-.. til.f ; ;t religion have said they are responsi panel's findings
: F k : bility and the gets double time $23.02 an ,ance apparently to
". ,:. .vs.: ; j sa, shocked and dismayed by the pavilions must 18 months.
I < ;.?.ty. *' .!' deal with out
I ':@ "'k.. 1 rt. mJ 1 : situation in which they find subcontractors and !
1111- .. '}'k1't1.i. themselves.On unions who hold all the cards.
!: / '\' "It costs about $150 to fix a Although General Motors has
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"They can blackjack the
14, ex Earl C.
> Wednesday official stopped sink the operations MayRepresenting
> l an of ,
.. made repeated for
t requests a
1 :: t o hibitors into signing
i anythingno
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'.; ,...... ... _.>..,,.r <<''''''f..f-.a.: > .... M"-'......._:' :,.,_... .70r... with an important group of industrial matter" how ridiculous, how pavilion said. "And even at that bill.statement General, it has Electric received receiveda no The Equitable Lift
costly.
exhibitors to discuss rate the job is often botched."
Makes Own Assurance Society
1 Artist
Piano ArtistPatti I bill but it was so high it was
i the matter in general and to Here as an example, are Allied Maintenance, the na I i FR 2-3576
back be
i sent to
hear a broad involving the hourly rates tion's largest janitor selected refigured.
Miss North Miami 18 complaint charged a ,
-year Elizabeth Jevnaas, 20-year Lynn Rucker, Miss
the Teamsters Union. pavilion for certain services without competitive bidding to
} old Barbara Ann Hornsby, old Miss Miami Beach, will |
makes many of her own present a unique talent during Manatee County, has had 14 One large industrial exhibitor by Allied Maintenance, the handle housekeeping at the

t dresses, while working as a the pageant. She will years of piano in her 19 said his housekeeping costs principal subcontractor on the I fair, is the ,only company allow- One Of

model. She has entered the show six of her own paintings years, plus three years on were 10 times more than had fairgrounds: painters, $10.39; Gallon FREE Extra
I[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Cost
{ Miss Florida Pageant at Sarasota while doing a song and bassoon. She weighs 118, hasa been estimated. The foreign plumbers, $17.16; carpenters, I LAW

June 2127. She's 34-24- dance. Elizabeth is 36-22-36, rosey complexion and is governments participating in $11.51; nnski 11 ed laborers, Notice, desiring is Hereby to Given engage that in me business undersigned With Each One You Buy t

t 34 and 5'7". I the fair said that the United $8.76. under the fictitious name of Young'sPrivate
weighs 119 and is 5'5"
tall.j 35-22-35. I
I States' Home at number 1018 N. E. 28th'Avenue. USE YOUR CENTRA L CHARGE 1
reputation being in The rates
was charged are portal- In the City of Gainesville. FlorIda
NOTICE TO CREDITORS jured around the world as a to-portal, and charges begin Intends to register I the said name I Paint Store
Carter
with Circuit Court of Mary
the Clerk of the
j HARASSED AMERICAN FLORIDA the Court STATUTESIn of the County Judge. .result of their experiences here. when the telephoned request is Alachua County Florida. j
"It not like this Av* Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588
Alachua County Florid was in Brus- received andwhen the
In Prebatt.In .

That's rt MahaHa: Estllt.f Knight Deceased. workTOMORROW

Picture
I To All Creditors and Persons Having

Claims state: or Demands Against Said Es- ONLY '

You and each of you are hereby path
fied and required to present any claims
and demands which you or cither ofManalbayKn'aht
i Of Ambassadors against the estate of
deceased late of said
County to the County Judge of Alachua s
County, Florida at his of ice In the
court house of said County at Gaines

I N'rUt tl1rk ''imr "Hot and heavy" cables from ville. Florida the time, within of the six first calendar publication months

By MAX FRAA'KELWASHINGTON have reduced his role as nego of this notice. Each claim or demand
shall be in writing, and shall state the
tiator. As representative, he place of residence and post office ad
A color must dress of the claimant and shall be
I as always go throughthe sworn to by the claimant his agent
ful Senate study appeared "tedious" rounds of par or attorney. and any such claim or
demand not so filed shall be void.
here depicting the typical ties and functions, but he -i- O. E. White
I D. E. White As executor of the Last
United States ambassa dor must now also "hold the Will and Testament of Mahalla Knight
hands" of touring American deceased.
abroad
THE IIARASSED
as First publication June f. 14.
i i AMERICAN. newsmen, businessmen and (3400) <:*. 16, 23. 30

congressmen.He "
It found the hamstrung
diplomat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA.
undermined second- must learn to deal not EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
!
CASH
guessed and often simply ignored only with the affairs of one FOR CHANCERY.ALACHUA COUNTY.IN DON'T NEED
YOU
1 by his own government, country but to relate them to CITY OF HAWTHORNE, -

poorly guided on basic policy Washington's regional and v. Plaintiff.CERTAIN CHARGE IT!
LANDS UPON WHICH TAX
strategic problems.He JUST
I decisions and the reasons for ES ARE DELINQUENT. more particularly =
them and hurried from : Lot 13. Block 3, Pecan Heights; .
on must play a wholly 55' E & W by 100' N I S I In NE = _
I post to post in a sad use of new administrative role I cor. of tract described as follows: 3 .
' acres In a sq. In SE cor. of SE4 =
high-caliber men is highly important because the executive branch of SW ',. Sec. 2 -10.22; Lot t. Block 2. .
Pecan Heights; N 75 ft. of S. 6.32 = _
positions.
< ,
"has reproduced itself abroadin chs. of E 100 ft. of W. 3.16 chs. of -. 0 .
I Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D- something approaching its SE 14 of NE4 Sec. 27-10-22 V4 acre .
of NE 14 of NW 'A as per
in NW corner
1 Wash., who heads the subcommittee full panoply of separate agencies Deed Book 302 page 313. Sec. 26.10.22; .
,
J on national security =with all that impliesin 261022.Lot 1, Blk 11, Original Hawthorne Sec. .
.
_
I staffing and operations, re- terms of overlapping jur Defendants. .
NOTICETo
.
leased the report prepared by isdictions, incompatible as- all persons and corporations In- .
= \
I the committee's staff. He forested In or having any lien or claim QUALITY s
signments mutual jealousies
of the lands described herein:
upon any
I agreed with its principal finding surplus staff and the rumina- You arc hereby notified that the Bill City of t DISCOUNT B

i that "the time has ar- tions of innumerable c o m- of Hawthornethe aeboveenamed Court to : 0

I( rived" to strengthen the am mittees." foreclose delinquent tax certificates with
Interest and penalties upon the parcel : 1
bassador's hand. of land set forth In the following .
He must all the schedule. the aggregate amount of such .
modern perform
"In theory, the '
tu certificates. Interest and penalties f ANOTHER
t American ambassador is the traditional functions "with far against said parcel of neintabeing .
. .
under foot. He forth In said Bill of COUPONS! ; .
active leader and director of more people set opposite such parcels In the followIng d.

:' American policies, agencies must lead and coordinate men DESCRIPTION schedule to OF wit:LANDS AMOUNTLot .

and programs in his country while lacking power or even 13, Block 3. Pecan E a

. of assignment," Jackson much influence over them. 55'Heights E .. W by 100' N & SIn *1M-* CLIP THIS COUPON .

said. "But practice often falls NE cor. of tract describedas t
t' "An ambassador needs follows: 3 acres In a sq. t SPECIAL .
short, not least because Wash In SE cor. of SE ',4 of SW VSec. COLGAiE
status the President'sman
as 26-10-22 52.70 .
} ington frequently undercuts t, Block L Pecan .
the study said, and the Lot I
the leadership and directionit Heights 50-M TOOTHPASTE ,I
i President should know his N 75 ft. Of 5. '.32 chs of 'rc
asks him to provide." E 100 ft. of W. 3.16 chs. of

The study is based on the principal missions chiefs"at least of diplomatic as well"as SE 27-10-22 A Of NE4. Section S 0MHalfacre : 1 So Cooling .

testimony and advice of he does his top Washington NE U of In SW Northwest Vi as per corner Deed fORWOUTHWASH

many students, of supervisors officials and chief mili ,0-22 Book 302 page 313. Sec. 26- cast : 20" 2 SPEED FAN i E ECL1PTHISCOUpON

t and practitioners diploma- tary leaders.An Lot 4. Block 11. Original: ) _. r
cy, including 10 active or recently Hawthorne Sec. 26-10-22 I 11.J1'In
i
addition to the amounts set out '
retired ambassadors. ambassador must not t above in the foregoing schedule. In =

it also be about ad terest and penalties as provided bylaw
Almost in passing, "kept guessing" on such delinquent taxes together: .
chides the State Departmentfor ministration policy. Documents with costs and expenses of this suit. 1388listiRINE' .
attorneys' fees are sought to .
the "dream-like logic" "superabound," but the be Including enforced and foreclosed in this suit. \ .

its plan- real is Washing You are hereby notified to appear
! of some of policy difficulty and make your defenses to said Bill :
ning and urges the Congressto ton's frequent failure to provide of Complaint befOre the 13th day of \: TWO-SPEED =
CONTROL BALANCED STEEL BLADES MANUALLY
July. 164. and If you fail to do so on ; ; -
give diplomats greater a timely, coherent, approved or before said date the and Bill will will betaken The large QS REVERSIBLE; AND 5-YEAR GUARANTEE! .
line and the as confessed by you. you
policy
support.The .
be barred from thereafter contesting size .
job of ambassador has reasons for action or inac said ult. and said parcel of land will family
be sold by decree of said Court for .
.
been changed considerably by tion. Under every recent ad non-peyment of said taxes and Interest ., .....-1_ ----, ---"!"."' ''''''''')I! _
jet planes, cable, telephonesand ministration, Washington has and this suit.penalties thereon and the costs of Y ". .

the growth of U.S. re spoken "with too many IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto Qr _____ a..r. : : 8
M -
oH'clal: seal of ,
set my hand and I sMr- --=' .M..a
sponsibilities and commitments and conflicting-voices. said Court this Sill day of June 1964. : .. : 'o s. ', -- II
the report suggests. Itt J. B. Carmichael n.ewuaesseea.wrr +
Clerk of Said Court
cites the following changes: REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO By Emily waterhouse i .
-
Clerk ,
Deputy -
.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Notice Is hereby given that HORACE (Court SellREYNOLDS uo- \ ;; --
FICTITIOUS NAMII'vrlU.nt & JONES *s' } .
REGISTER GOLDIN
ELLSWORTH as sole owner doing bush .$_
to Section 65.0t.. Florida St.t- ness under the fictitious name of Ells Post Office: Box 448 = .
ites. notice Is hereby given' that the un- WORTH'S VENETIAN BLINDS. 711orthwest 115 South Main Street _
lersigned. Mr. G. S. Michaels doing bus- 23rd Boulevard Gainesville. Oalnesville. Florida ,
ness under the firm name ot UNITED ;lorlda.. Intends to register said tic (3401) ,:,. 16. 23. 30 ;4
fnglneering-T.V. Specialists. 203 N.W. tlous name with the Clerk of the CALL FOR BIDS .
.h St Gainesville. Alachua County Circuit Court of Alachua County. Flori- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS .
'lorlda. Intends to register said fictitious d. hi accordance with the Laws of the GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA .- :I
under the provisions of th* a ore-
me tale of Florida.
Sealed bids will t* received by The '

aid Dated Statute.at Gainesville. Florida this? 1IV :"DATED.... this 4th day of June. A.D. lorlda.lorWa. Industrial at tt* office Commission of the architect.State of : WESTINGHOUSE 20" FAN MOBILAIRE FAN STERLING ROOM COOLER =
; of March A.D. 1'" -Horace Ellsworth (SEAL) Architects. 606 N.E.
Moore and May.

3434)GEORGE':ib 23 30 S.;MICHAELS 7:7 S3tt) a:*.Horace 16. 23 30.Ellsworth 4:00 Flnt o'clock Street P.M.Gainesville. E.S.T.,. Tuesday.Florida June until

>a 164 at which time and place 1111bids : 1&88 2388Her. leaS' :
received will be publicly opened and
pad aloud for furnishing all materials'
I and labor and constructing the following .

Need money building protect OFFICE In BUILDINGFOR Gainesville. Florida: Guaranteed for 5 years! speed control l; .._ 2-speed control; 360-degree tilt adjustment I las 3!/-ganon! capacity! Pushbutton controll =

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION. : manually reversible. ; and vibration free ; complete mobility; 5-yr. guarantee! roll guarantee! Compact design
the
to go to World's Fair? Florida State Employment Service .

Workmen's Compensation Division .
nemployment Compensation Field OfficeGainesville. r
Get an HFC Trave/dan Florida

, lime Any and biG date received wiN not after be tf considered.One >t specified. Women's Fully Lined I Special Purchase Bon Ami Instant =

Show your family the future set af plans and contract documents

r at the New York World's by and general forms for contractor bidding may only be from secured = Novelty BeachBAGS Sturdy PlasticGARBAGE WindowCLEANER =

the offICe of me architect by depositing
Traveloan
HFC
, Fair. An
\ therewith $25.00. The deposit from
can cover' every expense to general contractors will be refunded
, upon submission of a bona fide bid and CAN
the f , hi good condition within ten days
for transportation, lodging lifter date set for the opening of bid*.
If the general contractors desire mere
dotheteven camera .
than ant set of such plans and spoctficaiona -
equipment. Borrow Mast may be obtained by t paying
'
e th* cost of duplication which will not beefundabi e
confidently and repay *. 87 99 2.97A 33
Household Subcontractors and material suppliers
conveniently at .may purchase arawlng and specification .
from the architect by paying th* cost of
Ymance. Yarn, ...... at th* rat orS .
i 4 IlbtthrasyelOixltuTdM'sMrlkittktfHtrprrw! duplication cents per 4.95 Value A 79c Value
sheet for drawings and S2-M per set for Compare at 1.49 Compare at 2.00 :
.
II I specifications plus handling \arDes.
Bidders' qualification, must b*. satisfactory -
I to Th Florida Industrial Com.listen. Solids Stripes Prints. Fully RubberizedConvenient Full 20-Gallon Size. .IS-oz. Spray Can. 1

Th* Florida Industrial Ccmmls- Cotton & Acetate S-M-L Drawstring Duffle Bag Clean Durable. Does Man-Size Job.
Easy to a
-
Borrow up to $600 ion reserves th* right to waive Informolttl Styling.
** In any bid, and to accept any l
Take up to 24 months to repay bid which'.they consider to br In the !
best public interest and f* reject .
any and all bkjs.: l
jUfc, about (edit Lift Insurance on Joan at group rate. FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION n .
BY: A. Worlcy Brown. Chairman.
()CU) ':1'23 Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun. Noon-7 p.m.

HOUSEHOLD QUALITY Vw any true measure
FINANCI IT
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ri YOURSELF STRAINING IT UIES J.ST MIHMTS DISCOUNTS that (n( you Instant ash
to hear your friends when they talk U.S. 441 N. at 23rd Blyd. Phone 376-8292 ChillCf CCOIIIT savings tuarantMd nUT BATI
to you* have your hearingchecked
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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 23, 1954


I Hostesses Fete BrideElect'o' I I 'Watermelon Treats Calendar


OfllEII! f m Of EventsTODAY



;Unusual[ and VariedBy I


T THE f American, June 23 Association of I

ffflILYRuth f L Y PAT HOGAN ange juice and six cups of University Women, Evening
I "Watermelons? '- Well, I watermelon juice, and stir.
M Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. J. A. No-
and Pour
just stick my face in the mixture into the
land and Mrs. J. V. D. Saunders ,
4 Weimer . Women's Editor. 4id: ; eat!" If that's the only way empty melon shell and gar- 1003 NW 22nd Street.

you eat watermelon, 'you'rereally nish with lime, lemon or or- Woodmen
Forest
missing something.For slices. Supreme
ange Circle, 7:30 Odd Fellows
p.m.
Honors instance, how about a
For Decoration
Party
Hall, 738 SE 2nd Avenue.
w a t e rmelon popsicle? Or Watermelons can be used

l some watermelon syrup? for decoration, as well as refreshment WEDNESDAY, June 24

,. ; 4 ...r.ew Admittedly these methods of suggested Mrs. Gainesville B rid g e Club
q3w g serving watermelon are a title Norfleet and University of -
Miss RehbeinI 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
unusual, but they exist. of
Florida Food Service Di- Unversity City Bridge Club,
Mrs. E. D. Norfleet of
rector G. H. Welborn. Both
I 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW
i 1 God- Newberry has a. few more suggested halving a melon
Miss Patricia Anne Rehbein, Dunscombe, Mrs. Sidney P s 15th Terrace.
bride-elect of Arthur McMillan win, Mrs. Lerah Hanes, Mrs. J. ideas on the ways of eating and scooping out all the meat. 20th Annual Garden Club

Dunscombe was complimentedat Fred Harris, Mrs. Leo Myers, watermelon. But here the ideas differ. Mrs. Short Course, Symposi u m,
a miscellaneous shower Preserve the Rinds Norfleet suggested taking the I Landscaping the Small Home
Mrs. Ernest Thomas, sister of
given recently by Mrs. George "Pickled and preserved wa- watermelon meat and squeez- 2:30 p.m., McCarty Auditor
Birkett and Mrs. Fred Birkett, the honoree, Mrs. Ed Williamson termelon rinds are really ing it into juice. The chilled ium; Demonstration of Hawaiian

at the former's home. Mrs. Ed MacClellan, Mrs. good," Mrs. Norfleet confided. I juice makes good punch, and Flowers, Dr. and Mrs.

Corsages of yellow roses were Donald Altieri, Mrs. Howard To preserve the rinds you I the empty melon shell a Thoma J. Sheehan, 8 p.m.,

fl presented to the honoree, Mrs.I Elleman, Mrs. Carl Cline, Mrs. simply cut one inch squaresout punch bowl.Welborn Agricultural Experiment Sta-

i'' Cliff Rehbein, mother of the hon Haywood Willis, Mrs. Delbert of the green rind and soak suggests filling the

! oree, and Mrs. Aubrey Duns-! Sterrett, Mrs. Alan Snook, Mrs. Pictured from left to right are Miss Gloria Buckler sister of the bride- them in salt water. "That'sto empty shell with various fruits tion.Beginning Flower Arrange-

combe, mother of the bride- Samuel Perry Mrs. Miles Bal- elect, Miss Nancy Willingham, Miss Sandy Buckler honoree Miss Beth Brog- toughen them," Mrs. Nor- -watermelon, cantaloupe and ment, Mrs. H. Jefferson Davis -

broomelect.The lowe, Mrs. George Little, Mrs. don and Mrs. James Brogdon. fleet explained. Next drain honeydew balls, pineapple, or- 2:30: to 5 p.m., Broward

refreshment table was Zeph Bashaw, Mrs. Mary and wash the rinds and put ange slices and cher I' ies. Recreation Room.
I Miss Nancy Willingham and:white carnation corsage to the baldi, Miss Robin Gerke, Miss
decorated with an arrangementof Bryan Mrs. Pauline Bryan, them in a heavy syrup ((2 Known as watermelon bas- Advanced Flower Arrangement -

yellow roses and candles, Mrs. Ralph Dupree, Mrs. Miss Beth Brogdon entertainedat bridetobe.The Sharon Goeller Miss Lynn Jolly cups of sugar, 1 cup wa- kets, they are especially effective Mrs. H. 0. Spencer,
miscellaneous shower
and yellow and green floral ar- Frank Warner, Mrs. H. B. Gar- a guest list included the Miss Mary Jo Cook, Miss ter) and cook until tender. for luaus and buffets, 2:30 to 5 p.m. Broward East

rangements were used throughout wood, Mrs. Jim Gurtner Mrs. given for Miss Sandy Buckler,'honoree, Miss Kay Perkins, Sonja Hanes, Miss Use Hegan, Then add cinnamon and gin- Welborn said.Another Recreation Room.
Jim Hart, Mrs. G. R. Leynes, bride-elect of Jimmy Hughuley, in fruit-
house. good
the ger. very favorite of water- Summer Bridge New-
I the I Miss Gail Abbey Miss Sandra Miss Annette Ivy Miss Carol
at
The guest list included the Mrs. Glenn Rankin, Mrs. on Monday Willingham cake or to just eat, Mrs. Nor- melon eaters is a congealedsalad. comers Group and Universityof
honoree, Mrs. Rehbein, Mrs.' Harold Ranson, Mrs. Bill Shea. home. Allen, Miss Tina Arndorfer, Keesler, Miss Charlotte Lassi- fleet added. Mrs. Hugh Cunninghamof Florida Women's Club
Arrangements of chrsanthe- Miss Lana Banister Miss Linda. ter, :Miss Faye Lassiter, Miss
Freeze 'Em Gainesville congeals wa- members, 8 Clubhouse,
mums and red roses were the Bennett, Miss Carol Browning,I Nel Laughon, Miss Suzanne p.m.
watermelons isn't termelon balls and other fresh West Newberry Road.
appointments used. Miss Sherry Co k e r, Miss Martin, Miss Peggy Perking, Freezing
fruit for a gelatin fruit salad
Coffee hard assured Mrs. Lester
Pre-Nuptial The refresnment table was Sparky Comerford, Miss Nan- Miss Phyllis Perry, Miss Helen of Gainesville. Mrs. and serves it in a "water- THURSDAY, June 25

covered with a light beige ta- nette Copeland, Miss Karen Powell, Miss Linda Proctor, Hodge Hodge's husband is past melon boat" with a fruit 20th Annual Garden Club

blecloth and waj centered witha Davis Miss Mary Ann Donaldson Miss Mary Pat Milam, Miss ident of the National Water-pres- dressing. Watermelon and cot- Short Course, "Old Wives'

CarlisleMrs. bride doll. Miss Connie Dykes, Miss Paula Salisbury, Miss Susan melon Association. To freeze, tage cheese is another sum- Tales Debunked," program

For Miss The hostesses presented a Carolyn Fogle, Miss Pat Gari-Shaw and Miss Mary Strom.Brides' scoop up melon balls, separ- mer salad enjoyed. by mel- presented by Jasper N.

ating them in the freezer, on lovers. Joiner, Associate Professor of

Gus McGriff entertained living room. The serving table Mrs. Hodge instructed. "You Watermelon Ice, another the College of Agriculture,

at a coffee given Saturday, was overlaid with a pink linen I Book must be sure they don't touch hot weather treat, is made 10:30 a.m Annuals, College and of Biennials Agriculture

at her home, complimenting tablecloth, and centered with until they're frozen, then it by salting an envelope of un- Miss; Noble 2:30
,
Mary
p.m
Miss Chris Carlisle, brideelectof an arrangement of white i doesn't matter. But once defrosted flavored gelatin in cold wa- Auditorium Roses
,
Hardy Wylie of Augusta, daisies and pink roses. TODAY June 23 Mrs. Zack Savage, Mrs. Tra- Luncheon honoring Miss f they must be used ter and allowing it to set. McCarty Jack L. ;Jackson-

Ga. Receiving guests at the door Luncheon honoring Miss vas Loften and Mrs. Grady Jean Thrasher bride-elect of right away" Mrs. Hodge Meanwhile combine three- ville Rose Longmire Society 4:20:
Paula Jean Wyman, bride- I Harrison. Wayne Rickman Mrs. RalphG. warned. fourths of p.m.
flowers decorated the were the honoree, Mrs. Wayne cup sugar, two Auditorium.
McCarty
Spring Carlisle, mother of the bride- elect of Frederick H. Pitz, Leighty, 12:15 p.m., Holi- Mrs. J. H. McSwine, Ala- tablespoons of fresh lime f craft
THURSDAY, June 25 Beginning Corsage
elect and Mrs. McGriff. 1 p.m., Mrs. Alfred B. Wat- day Inn.SATURDAY. chua County Home Demon- juice, five cups of diced wa-
Mrs. Ivan L. Van Horn 2:30
son, Lake Geneva home of Rehearsal Dinner for Wy- stration Agent, uses another termelon and tea-
one-eighth
Fun Painters Pouring were Mrs. W. A. Mrs. Watson.L man-Pitz wedding party, Mr. June 27 method in freezing water- of salt. the to 5 p.m., Broward Recrea-
McGriff Sr., Mrs. Fred Can Wedding of Miss Christina spoon Refrigerate tion Hall.
and Mrs. John G. Pitz, hosts melon. Melon balls are placedin
mixture for 30 minutes and
CoSponsoredThe trell, and Miss Melanie Car- u n cheon complimentingMiss University Inn. Carlisle and Moffatt Harde- a container and covered Advanced Corsagecraft,
then rub
Gainesville Fine Arts As- lisle, sister of the honoree. Jane Hannon, 12:30 p.m., man Wylie Jr., 4 p.m., First with a made from two through a fine sieve. Mrs. Alec Stefan 2:30 to 5p.m.
Dinner syrup Place
complimenting the hot
party gelatin
over
carnations Gainesville Golf and Country Methodist Church, Receptionat ., Broward East Recrea-
sociation and the Fine Arts Corsages of white I Miss Chris Carlisle and cups of sugar and two cups water to melt, then stir in
Club Mrs. Robert Johnson Gainesville Golf and Coun- tion Room.
Committee of the Florida Union were presented to the honoree Mrs.I I Hardy Wylie, Jr., Mrs. HenryL. of water. To serve, the melon the watermelon pulp and pour
Mrs. Julia McCranie and try Club. Gainesville Fine Arts Association
Board of Student Activities will and her mother. Miss Carlislewas Gray Sr., and Mr. and balls are only partially thaw- into ice cube trays. Freeze
Henry Stanley.WEDNESDAY Wedding of Miss Paula Summer Fun Painting
co sponsor a series of Fun also presented with a Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr., 6:30 ed. Juice from the watermelonis until almost firm, stirringonce.
Jean and FrederickH.
Class Room
Wyman 7:30 .
Painters. The first class will be gift of silver. June 24 p.m., at the formers house. Faith obtained by pressing the Remove the mixture and p.m.
Pitz 6:30
m., 215, Florida Union.
held Thursday at 7:30 at attended the Cocktail buffet p. pulp against the side of a fine
p.m. Forty guests honoringMiss place it in a bow), beat until
M 1-
FRIDAY, June 26 Presbyterian Chapel, e Colfax Rebekah Lodge No.
the Florida Union Room 215. party. Chris Carlisle and Har- sieve. smooth, and then re-freeze in
rose. Reception following in 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall.
They will meet every Thursday dy Wylie, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Rehearsal honoring Miss Church Social Room. Watermelon PunchA the trays. This colorful des-
evening thereafter for six ert E. Clayton and Mr. and Chris Carlisle and Hardy Wy- cool refreshment from the sert will make six servings,
weeks. Marriage Mrs. Gerald Rudderman at lie Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Luncheon the for out of town summer's heat is a Water- Mrs. McSwine said. Board MeetWednesday
for Carlisle-Wylie
Wylie, 7 GainesvilleGolf guests melon Fresh Fruit Ade
the M. I. Rudderman home, p.m.
Watermelon punch, water-
wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Bur-
AnnouncedMr. and Country Club. Punch. The punch is even
2731 S.W. 4th Place, Golf-
melon baskets, watermelon
Orchids ton Woodward 11:30 m.,
p.
view. Bridesmaids luncheon hon- more enjoyed when served
salads and watermelon ice
I' and Mrs. George W. Luncheon honoring Miss oring Miss Paula Jean Wy- 2114 West University Avenue. over ice in a watermelonshell
For Luncheon complime n tin g are all ways of varying a The Gainesville Fine Art
Drawdy announce the marriage Jean Thrasher bride elect of man, Mrs. I. X. Cheeves and Miss Jean Thrasher bride- Mrs. McSwine said.A popular Alachua County prod- Association has slated a board
I of their daughter Miss Nunnie 12:30 Miss Julie Cheeves 12:30: gallon of punch is made
.
Iter. i Wayne Rickman p.m., elect of Wayne Rickman, Hol- uct. But most watermelon eat- meeting for Wednesday at 8
. Mae Drawdy to Sgt. James Holiday Inn, Mrs. J. D. Rice, p.m., Holiday Inn. iday Inn, Mrs. Malcolm Alday, by combining two cups of ers agree there's a favorite p. m., at the home of Mrs.R. .

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Here Are Provisions of Civil Rights BillBy .




Cowles Washington More than 500 amendment applicants for voter registration Gasoline service stations. in this case discrimination in subdivision of a state maintain- exists in employment In any

Bureau were proposed to the bill. The regardless of race, col- All places of entertain the public school system of a ing segregated schools.TITLE given community.

When the United States Sen- Senate actually considered 118 or, creed or national origin.No ment, including movie houses, state or locality. Until now, the VII TITLE VIIIThis

ate ended the longest debate in of these in the non-stop ballot- applicant could be denied theaters, spons arenas and oth- only weapon of the government
ing that filled the week' be-
registration for "immaterial"errors er places of public exhibition. against segregation This is the "fair employ:
its history Friday with a 73 to tween the imposition of cloture practices bya provides for compilationof
in filling out his application
-
ment" section. It is intended to
I 27 roll call vote on the proposed and the final reading of the -as has often been the Any establishment physically state or local school board eliminate discrimination in hiring voting statistics by the Com-

measure, which blocked further located within another was the use of an injunction in
Civil Rights Bill it was case when Negroes sought to and employment; it will merce Department areas
only the sixth time in historyand amendments. register in the South.In establishment covered by the seeking to halt disobedience to begin to take effect a year aft- where it is asked for by the

the first time ever on a Twelve amendments were accommodations section. This a court order for desegregation.The er the bill becomes law. and' Civil Rights Commission.
addition the bill
would brings under the bill barber and
civil rights measure the cloture adopted, including a joint lead- will apply to progressivelysmaller
rule was used to gag a filibus- ership substitute text written make completion of the sixth beauty shops and other service bill as amended by the establishments until TITLE IX
the in grade of school a presumptionof establishments in hotels, f or Senate contains
ter longest Senate an- a specific prohibition
by Sens. Dirksen (R-Ill.), Mans- after five years from enact-
literacy for the of example.The This section the
nals.The field (D-Mont.), Humphrey (D- purpose against federal execu- ment of the bill it will cover empowers
bill has Minn.) and Kuchel (R-Cal.) qualifying as a voter. Where ( bill would not apply to tive or judicial orders to cor- all businesses employing over Attorney General to intervenein
I been returnedto literacy tests are given, they of "General
neighborhood barbershops or rect racial "imbalance" 25 workers.It any case public
the House. Sun Humphrey, as floor managerfor must be in writing.The stores not connected with a by re- importance" where an individ-
which the bill, probably quiring the transportation of would cover emploympnt
passed a : spent Attorney General wouldbe "covered" establishment.The ual has brought action in federal -
different verSpecml more hours working on it than pupils from one school to an agencies and labor unions as court because of alleged denial

sion of it on any other senator. Dirksen, as authorized to initiate suit in ( bill exempts bona fide other. well as actual employers. Re- of the equal-protection-- .
Feb. 10. DeReport key role in hammering out a federal court if he finds a "pat private clubs from this public ligious societies hiring employes law guarantees of the 14th

spite the Sen series of amendments that tern of discrimination" in deny- accommodations section.) TITLE V of a particular religion to Amendment to the U. S. Con- :
ate changes made up the leadership "pack- ing the right to vote. Voting- perform religious duties would

which substantially amended the age" substitute. Without such a rights suits could be speededby TITLE III This section extends the life be exempted as would edu- stitution.TITLE .
referral to a three judge cational institutions hiring .em-
House passed measure the package deal by the two par- of the Civil Rights Commissionfor XThis
House is expected to simply ac ties, approval of the bill would federal court and direct appeal This section is aimed at pre- four New safeguardsare ployes for educational duties.

cept the Senate version as is almost certainly have been from this panel's findings to venting discrimination in the provided years.for witnesses call- This section would create a creates a federal "com ;
.and send it to the White House the United States Supreme of facilities owned
impossible.The use or man- ed before the commission and federal "equal employment opportunity munity relations service" to
for President Johnson's signa- Court. aged by a state or local gov- for who allege they commission" to in- help communities and individ-
bill contains eleven persons
I ture. dealing with a wide sect.ons TITLE II ernment, such as parks, play- have been injured by testimony vestigate complaints and to uals work out disputes over
rangeof grounds and swimming pools.! to settle them by concilia- discrimination based on race,
House leaders hope to speed activities. In brief, here are of others to the commission. try

the bill through the Rules Committee the major provisions of the This is the "public accommo- The Attorney General would tion. If a complaint could color or national origin.TITLE ..

I which must clear it, and measure as approved by the dations" section. It bans dIscri- be empowered to bring suit in TITLE VI not be settled through this process XI
to the House floor for final or through a state or local
a Senate: mination based on race, color federal court against alleged
roll-call in time for the mea- religion or national origin in: discrimination whenever indivI- This section would require fed- fair employment law, the com-
sure to be signed oy the Pres- TITLE I All transient lodging es- dual complainants c o nvinced eral agencies to withdraw financial plainant could sue in federal This section contains the single -
j ident July 4. aid from state or local court for an injunction to hall major concession won by
on tablishments ex c ep t board him that their filing of a suit
This section strengthens the would their programs if they are operatedin the discrimination, with con- Southern senators in their long
ing houses which have less jeopardize "personal -
Before the bill released dou-
was 1957 Civil Rights Act. It would a discriminatory way. Such tempt proceedings available san fight-a provision against
than five rooms for rent and safety, employment or economic
from the Senate chamber Sen- ble in criminal con-
jeopardy
apply to election held cut-offs would be restricted, un- enforcement weapon for the
every where the standing.
lives in the
owner
ators filled more than 2,900 either solely or in part to der a Senate amendment, to court. tempt cases brought under the

I pages of the Congressional Rec- choose a President or members building. TITLE IV the specific political subdivision The Attorney General could bill. This would prevent a per- l
ord with taik on civil right;. of Congress. All places principally en- where the discrimination in this section, as under voting son being tried in fe deral

From March 9 until cloture was gaged in selling food for consumption 'This section, like the previousone occurred-thus, for example rights and public accommodations court for both criminal con-

invoked on June 10, the Sen- Local and state election of- on the premises, including authorizes the Justice limiting the cut-off of federal provisions, bring suit on tempt and a criminal* offense

ate spent 534 hours in debateon ficials would be required to apply lunch counters in re- Department to file civil school lunch funds to one cityor his own motion if he finds a on the same set of circumstances. I

t it. the same standards to all tail establishments. suits to end discrimination county if that were the only pattern of discrimination" .

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1 ON CIVIL RIGHTS WIN A NASSAU TRIP; I AMA CONVENTIONSmoking I Don't Cut Aid, This Man Went


WRITE A VF SLOGANA Congress Told Car Hopping

I Hold Health I
Barry Might prize-winning slogan can provide a four-day cruise to WASHINGTON (APAgainsta ) I' MILFORD, Conn. (APJustlike

Nassau for the winner of the University of Florida's 1964 background of Communist those chase scenes in the

Homecoming slogan contest. in Southeast Asia, movies, a car sailed from one

t GOP Plank VetoBy Concern Doctors pressures Defense Robert S. side of an opening drawbridgeto
The contest ends July 15 and the winner can claim his Secretary of
the other Sunday night police
cruise before arriving in Gainesville for Homecoming ac- McNamara and Gen. Maxwell
tivities Oct. 1617. Anyone can enter. D. Taylor testified today reported.
JACK BELL which has had strong GOP
sup- cuts in the $1,055- Rasmond 28 of
against Spinosi, ,
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. port in Congess."I Theme ideas include education, World's Fair, returning Ntw f]ark rimtl1 any aid
000,000 military Scanton, Pa. was approaching I '
Goldwater commands the alumni, or election Last year's slogan contest at- I program. '
Barry year.
don't think this will cause By HAROLD M..SCHMECK JR. Welch Elected I the U.S. 1 bridge over the Hous-
largest single bloc of members: tracted more than 1,000 entries.In I They described it as a rock-
any problem in the committeeor SAN FRANCISCO Twelveof atonic River when the bridge
thus far selected to the Republican AMA PresidentSAN bottom figure im their
in the convention Itself," addition to the cruise this year's prizes include two the 72 resolutions submitted appear began to open.
Convention Platform Com ance before the Senate Foreign
Laird said in an interview.If tickets to the Homecoming game, $50 worth of gift certi- yesterday for consideration Lv FRANCISCO (AP-Dr.
mittee and have veto Relations Committee in Unable
may a on supportof to stop, Spinosi's car
ficates in Gainesville stores; and three days at the Jack the American Medical Association's -Norman A. Welch of Boston
plank he I a declaration of this natureis the military assistance went the and landed
any opposes. portion over top :
Tar Grand Bahama Hotel for the second place winner; house of delegates related takes over the presidency of the .
Party moderates and liberals written into the platform, it of the $3.5-billion foreignaid upright six feet away on the
I an FM-AM Stereo Radio for third place and $100 to of American Medical Association
a gift and
; problems smoking
who are fighting to prevent the apparently will be because Gold- certificate for fourth prize. authorization bill. The bill other section of the bridge. He
i Arizonan from getting the GOP water chooses to placate the health. tonight.Dr. passed the House last week. was uninjured but his car was
i presidential nomination have moderates and does not chooseto All entries must be submitted ot the Florida Blue Key Most of the resolutions, from Welch, an Internist, suc- damaged.
, invite convention battle state medical societies, urged ceeds Br. Edward R. Annis of The measure appropriating the .
been plugging for a strong plat- a Slogan Contest, University of Florida, Gainesville, by mid-
form statement on civil rights. over the platform before voting night July 15.Home that the Association strengthenand Miami, Fla. money was under attack today Police said a lever which unlocks -
They want an endorsement of begins on the nomination. clarify its stand on the hazards A graduate or Tufts College in the House Appropriations sub- the bridge mechanism apparently -

of smoking, particularly Medical School, Dr. Welch is committee. tripped accidentally.
i: the legislation Congress is about Goldwater supporters played j
t: to pass, and against which Gold- down the possibilities of plat- Appraisals Needed cigarette smoking.In consultant physician to five Mas-

l twater,\ voted in the Senate. Moreover form controversy.Lee another action a 3 -'ear sachusetts hospitals. He has ,

they are contending the Edwards, director of in- study of the cost of medicalcare been president of the Massa-
GOP nominee must be pledgedto formation for the Goldwater-for-I For Objective ViewpointPeople was made public by a special -chusetts Medical Service-Blue QUIET COMFORT

enforcement of the bill's President Committee, said he commission of the associa- Shield-since 1950. .by the roomfulFRIGIDAIRE
sweeping provisions.Rep. I thinks the platform that emerges who sell or buy prop- what land is worth, C. J. O'Connor tion established in 1960 to make The AMA is holding its 113th ....

Melvin R. Laird, R-Wis.,' will be eptable to his erty in Alachua County should Keystone Heights realtor, the study. The report's conclusions -;annual convention in San Fran-

chairman of the committee, said candidate."We I seek appraisals, if only to ar- told the Civitans yesterday. and recommendations will cisco.

he would recommend a plankto think we will get a plat rive at objective opinions of not be made public until the
Home often
put the party on record for form that is neither liberal nor owners put things winter clinical meeting of the I
into their homes which make tion said also that "the absenceof
II
and effective imple conservative but Medical
"prompt a Republican Association in Miami
mentation" of the legislation platform," he said. Stores NeedPersonality them more pleasing, O'Connortold Beach, Nov. 29 to Dec. 2. a strong statement by the I ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
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Dr. David B. Allman of Atlan-
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"However often these things tic City, N. J., said the report
leave some doubt in the pub'ic'smind
have no value on the market. indicates a rise of 136 per cent
Scranton Brings Campaign The buyer doesn't need them. in the price of medical servicesand as to the" danger of cigar-
Says Expert ette smoking.
I This is one reason why profes- goods since 1935. He con- Resolutions on smoking and I
sional appraisals often seem trasted this with a rise of 123
Into Florida Tomorrow Small merchants must estab- health also came from Florida
too high to the guy who is buying per cent in general prices for
lish stores with and other states. I
strong seven
person- and too low to the fellow all goods and services duringthe
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) With a combined delegate alities, a representative of the who is selling," O'Connor said. same period.A ,
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
I At
Gov. William W. Scranton of strength of 52 votes, the two National Retail MerchantsAssn. He said appraisals can be supplementary report sub-.I I & CHEMICAL CO. I

Pennsylvania took his campaign I states were first on a list of re- ., told Gainesville Chamber made on three bases. First, mitted to the Medical Associa-I

for Republican presidential gions to be visited by Scranton of Commerce retailers at there is the market approach.This tion's board of trustees said the i 4
nomination into neighboring I during his second full week of: lunch yesterday."Be requires a comparison of American Medical Associationhas i ry
New today an 11th- our bid to overtakeand flexible. Respond to new [ FREETermite SALE
Deleware and Jersey sales values of similar proper- for many years "recognized -
and goes to Florida Wednes- surpass the front runner for and progressive ideas, Seymour ties. the serious health hazards'
the nomination, U.S. Sen. Barry Helfant told the group.
associated with cigarette smok
Goldwater of Arizona. I He explained that the prob- Second, O'Connor said Is the ing." I Inspection

Wednesday Scranton will visit lems of retailing are not new cost approach. This is the cost The resolution submitted by I And EstimateNO "It ain't the heat it's the humidity"Don't

Charleston, W. Va., and Miami, and have existed for decades. of replacing the existing struc- OBLIGATIOH-
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S Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 23, 19bi _.
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-- .' ., STATE AUDIT Diabetic Fills

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County FundsIn li I SAN FRANCISCO Almost

50 per cent of diabetics now

'"_, .. :}.. 1. 1'"! Z I I the SUN I taking daily injections of insulin -

Good could just as well be taking

..... I' I.. ,. ,. ": (.. ShapeTALLAHASSEE II POLICE, FIRE REPORT someone going through the cars III pills by mouth, according to a

Accident Roundup I as she made the call. Police dis- specialist from Boston.
The state:(The final county budget was $2-
patched to the arrested
auditor has given a clean bill 316,000. Actual receipts were $2- Involved in accidents re-,( scene : There are probably 300,000
L i John Daniel Gilmore, Reddick,
I II financial operations of the Ala!53000. Incorporating inter- ported by the Gainsville. Police I(and held him fer investigationof persons in the United States
,I chua County Commission."The I fund transfers, the final budgetwas Department and Alachua Coun- I burglary. I II who could be switched from injections -
I financial condition was, $2,251,000 and actual receipts I
ty Sheriff's Office in the past to pills if the appropriate
good. Legal requirements and $2,276,000. 24 hours were: A trailer owned by the Brown
I good business practices w ere I I Net expenditures provided in I Construction Co., at a c instruction techniques of treatmentwere

followed," Ernest Ellison, state the final budget were $2,040,000. Lilah C. O'Leary, 3212% NW site on Archer Rd. Reported used, Dr. Samuel B. Eea-

ThsflYI auditor, said in his report to the I Actual expenditures were less, 14th St, and Stephen J. Mahn, missing was a saw and other -ser, a clinical associate in medicine -
government and the legislature.The $1,995,000. 3860 SW Archer Rd., at NW tools. at Harvard Medical

.o I I : auditor covered the fis- Balances and reserves at the 13th St. and 23rd Blvd. at 5:42: Fire Calls School, said in an interview
: cal year ending Sept. 30, 1963. beginning of the fiscal p.m. yesterday. here.
year At 10:19 ,
ajn. yesterday car I II
3z E Findings include: were $2,239,000 and at the end, Monte E. Cleveland, 414 NE afire in 400 block of S. Main. II I
Financial Condition
$2,276,000. 2nd Ave and Jerry 0. Prescott, Minor damage reported.MANUFACTURING .
Available cash balances in
I I Taxes Santa Fe, at SW 13th St. and I
operating funds increased dur-! I
!I Millages and amounts levied 9th Rd., at 3:59 p.m. yesterday. Electrical
ing the from $122.000 to I
year .on the general roll: Eloise F. Ford, 1922 NW 34th CHAIN
funded debt decreased
$174,500. Net -.
from $2,401,000 to Board of County Commissioners Ave., and Clara B. Roegl, Key- More than a thousand milesof Systems Surveyed
$2'-1 ers: 17.04 mills, $1,486000. ,- stone Heights, at 2:25: p.m. yesterday chemical-carrying pipelines
278,000. in the 1000 block of N. Commercial
1962 18.39 mills, $1,618- Residential
in Houston Tex. link 63
i In capital outlay funds, the I plants Industrial
Main St.Lynn
L and subterranean salt
available cash balances dropped 000.Board seven
S. Monk 1230 NW 36th CALL
of Public Instruction: ,
domes. The lines connect a
from $170,000 to $3,000. Special
1961 22.5 mills, $1,962,000. Rd., and Loyd W. Roberson,
assessments receivable increased mammoth oil refinery and petroleum -, Dressier
1962 22.5 mills, $1,980,000. Carbon Hill, Ala., at S. Main chemical complex,': C. P.
from $75,000 to $100,000.
1 Financial Operations Recreation and Water Conser- St. and 1st Ave. at 10:45: a.m. whose plants feed off one another Electrical Contractor
vation and Control Authority: yesterday. 910 N.W. 4th St.
sss< becomeraw
"Financial evi- Products of one
operations, as
19610.26 mills, $22,700.1962- Lester T. Prevail, Starke, and Phone FR 6-6193
denced materials of others. I I
the records
by were
0.11 mills, $9,700. 0. K. Cloud, 521 NE 16th Ter.,
Ltt-: administered in compliancewith Total: 1961 39.8 mills, $3- at NE 8th Ave., and Waldo

legal requirements" and 471,000. 1962 41 mills, $3,608000. ,- Rd., at 9:24 a.m. yesterday. I EARL C. MAY
good business practices, the
Breaking and Entering
auditor said. "
Records The following attempted or I andS

Budgets "Records were adequate and successful break-ins were reported C JACK C. MAY 3.

"Budgets were properly pre- well kept," the auditor reported. by authorities in the
pared and followed," the audi- "The minutes appeared to past 24 hours: I Representing ;'cgs

N tor reported. reflect the official actions of Several autos in the doctor's I '. it The Equitable Life
::2 the board. parking lot of Alachua General r
o. Total budgetary receipts and J. B. Carmichael is clerk and Hospital. Sharon Hendricks, 'I .x. < J.: Assurance Society
balances showed that the county auditor for the county commis Alachua County Nurses' Home. 3: > Phone FR 23576M .
collected more than it budgeted. sion. called police with a report of,,I
.
e Mapping a SolutionA I
Helen Keller 84 ,

downtown study of Gainesville by University of Florida real estate pro- I .. :
fessor Dr. William Shenkel says that central business districts (the CBD area EASTON, Conn. (AP-Helen rt' .a : +R ,

on this map) need revisions, including larger unit blocks, remodeling, better Keller, blind and deaf since in- I .... ., ,,, ''4 ,,, ,.... ..: .' <,." .. ,. ) .
observes her 84th birth w:" w'<<>' "' ) "*: : : < \t" "'r"
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rents and leases and improved parking areas by individual owners. fancy, .n Y $: "f. ,. .' $
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day next Saturday. She is reported :: .::;9; : > lfr,:F' ? :>- j; t. : .i: { : }/"n, ,< ..:/;; '$ : ; : ;:: ; : .

More About ent open land areas with build- lies In term leases, with percen- in good health. I ,. ., .q. h. \ 'Xl't:: <-f ',. \ < :. ....' ,. .'. *. ":1P'" .

ings that are poorly adapted to tage clauses accompanied by A companion said Sunday that t .. :.: ... '.::.i. : ;;;;(! t: .y ; : "" ,. } .\ .,* .::, ,: -:, :: =
their sites, the professor Miss Keller rises early and Saybye .
says. minimum rents near an economic ; : ,."
City He compares two shoe stores, rent." spends the full day with her | (4.;:...,, $ i.t(" \ .. .Zfittf. f@t :-, (., ..,> '.. ,>.. ..... '. '
both on downtown corners on dogs and in her garden, weather I! -:.' '': <: :,i: ::(f.1t". \ C bye. ;: < 1., :; ,. :; :' -. :;
University Avenue as examplesof Summarizing, The University rermitting. '..: :. ;....i1. ": y' ',': !: :<. ", ;:,., From ... ,
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the need to apply good management professor recommends harmon : ; .': \s: : >
I principles.One ious store groupings, parkin More Comfort Wearing .. 't&t 0 44{ tt % '. : ;' "
versify Avenue, Shenkel it ,
says within close of th ;
proximity FALSE ;
TEETHHere
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is subdivided in the typical store has an annual sales 4' .- t'4t." .
store as the property owner's responsibility .'
volume of $75,000 the other Is a pleasant way to overcome ; ,
grid pattern centered around the ; better land use, ir loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH. engine 1 > < .
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$225,000 (both are estimated by and an Improved powder sprinkled on v" .+ ; '. ', 0. ,1.
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town square. Retail space on eluding remodeling remvating upper and lower plates holds them : -" ..Pi" < .J>>
University Avenue from Shenkel). old buildings and ten firmer so that they feel more com : ; :" < :. ;'J, 1t. 'L. '.' ,..:. ;/.""'"',
ranges .
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fortable. knock!' I Ia
No .
The first, on a month-to-month gummy gooey pasty : : : : .
$3 a square foot against $1.03 on leases and percentage rents. taste or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid > .:.* ".t>>:.,
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rental since 1932, pays $3,600 ) Does not sour. Checks "plate ., .. $ .0' ; ." ; y, .
Main Street. (Tomorrow: A Study Proj- odor breath", Get FASTEETH t ".. t; .tn. ;"t x:, tl < > $ {h
today : .e .
rent for $1.75 a square foot. The at; drug counters : { : :\ i J ; _
ect) everywhere. ... ... {,; : .i. ,: : h,. :, : ; .
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and second with lease .
"Property owners tenants a 10-year -- '
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of declining business districts pays $6,000 for $2.45 a square : : :' '''"'i' :)!-"-:" .,';:>,::.., .> ,,' ._'.'' <1i1 A.xt' : >["t"2,.:'".,:( \,,,;.J.'

will continue to partici- foot. % ,.,. 4 ,.t : ;. ;;t f. + ::'
pate in lower shares of retail "It is quite obvious that "
trade as traffic congestion, poor month-to-month tenancies and J a s r / .a.

delivery facilities, inadequate downward, distorted rents discourage '
parking and obsolete buildings property maintenance, "'r T Zd8'

remain features of the down- store modernization and general -

town area," he concludes. rehabilitation," he concludes."In .
A solution for this blockthe the light of these considera

Wilson's Department S tore tions, it would be reasonable to -- 1 i L1
block would be to eliminate expect a continued decline in
wasted land areas and ineffici- downtown areas. The remedy



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Team summer track program (Five) Still Bow

VotingGiants' has been set up for Gaines I

ville youngsters, it was an- .

who nounced will today head by Bob the Cordell fitness By MURRAY CHASS nings. Hal Reniff started the eighth for the Indians, sending I

Ace event. Associated Press Sports Writer ninth, and the White Sox quickly their game with the Twins into
"The show. of confidence will loaded the bases and scored one
; extra Cleveland
Cordell said innings. cameto
the local

.. program reflect the of ball!
on play our
is affiliated with the National run.Bill bat in the 11th when rain
club-no doubt about it said
Ii Stafford replaced Renif
Groat Boyer Track Federation and struck. After a delay of an hour
A the national fitness programfor Manager Bobby Bragan after and retired the side, although: the game was c*" d.
A he received a new contract two more runs scored on force. '
youngsters.On from Milwaukee. Harmon Killebrew and Bob
Hamilton scored
F4x plays. New
'Repeaters9By s,k .ar ? F track Mondays, there will be If the Braves' first game un- York's last run in the eighth on Allison each drove in three runs
instruction
J ; at Littlewood- for the
der Bragan and his new contract Roger Maris sacrifice fly. twins with Allison hit
JOE REICHLER Westwood, Stephen Foster and is an example of what he I Pinch hitter Willie Smith ting his 17th homer with one
,
a
Lake Forest. the
Associated Tuesday, instruction -
Press
Sports Writer meant, the reflection is more aboard.
'p : period will be at Fin- pitcher-outfielder, slashed a
NEW YORK (AP) Wonderful Sq :VO weird than you see in a fun- in the spventh that
l a@'W ley, Kirby Smith and Buchholz. single inning 17th Homer

Willie Mays attracted the 1 i 1ai Wednesday, Metcalfe, Howard house mirror. broke a 2-2 lie and sent the Angels Willie McCoxey smashed a

most votes as the San Francisco ,;,. Bishop and Sidney Lanier will Two hours after Brogan ac- on to their sixth straight grand-slam homer for the Giants
Giants and St. Louis Cardinals II"' be the sites. cepted the written te of con- victory. The hit was the seventhfor in the sixth after dropping

each placed two men on the National .. ; ( On Thursday at 10 a. m., fidence Monday, the Braves Smith in 13 pinch-hitting ap a fly ball for a two-run error in

League All-Sjar team's #' r.'J;' w ,b i ,aY there will be meets at the Uni dropped their seventh straight pearances. Dyke Brumley col the fifth. Cincinnati starter John

drear game with the American ; t versity of Florida track, Cor game, 10-9, to the Los Angeles lected three hits and an RBI for Tsitouris had a no-hitter until

League at Shea Stadium in New dell said. Dodgers. the. Senators. the sixth, when pinch hitter!

York. ;.1')". a a ; .' All youngsters inter est e d Five Homers Larry Brown homered in the Chuck Killer sin;led.

Mays, the Giants' brilliant '-."__.-DICKGROATWILLIEAi pe y .N vS ........ should report at the playground True, the Braves exploded for

center fielder, along with third KEN BOYERr ; in their neighborhoods 15 hits, including five home
baseman Ken Boyer and short- .edges Cardenas .gets all but one vote .he'll start at third on the designated day runs, but they still couldn't DESPITE SLUMP -

stop Dick Groat, were the only erupt from the slump that has

repeaters from 1963 in the voting Derby Test 'dumped them into ninth placein Receives

of 270 players, coaches'' and ,. ,( .,, the National J -ague, their Bragan
managers. First baseman Or 4 ;# z"" Yt Slated Here worst position in the standings

lando the other Tuesdoy, since moved to Milwaukee
they
Cepedaas Gi
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23, 1964 Tomorrotv
ant selection on this year's 12 years ago.
9 New l Braves'
Pact
starting team.Commissioner. In the American League, the
The Gainesville Jaycees -
New York Yankees continued
Ford Frick, Tropical Pontiac Derby i! now their
mastery over Chicago,
whose office conducted the balloting McKINLEY 'IN AND WINS under a full head of steam dumping the White Sox 65. The MILWAUKEE (AP) The this club and we are confidentthat
said the com pie 1 t e with less than a Milwaukee Braves are full of
Derby Day Yankees had beaten the White his work will pay off this
squads, exclusive of the pitchers month away. Sox nine previous times withouta surprises off the field as wellas year and in future years." Mc-

will be announced next director W. W. Wilk- on it.Gripped. Hale said.
week. Ralston Lose Derby defeat this season. In the only

Froehling, erson said today the first prac- other AL contests, Los Angeles in a seven-game losing -, "We believe we have a good

The pitchers, who are selected lice run from starting ramps downed Washington 5-2 and streak which has plunged manager and don't want to

by the All-Star managers, will be held tomorrow night' at Cleveland and Minnesota bat the club into ninth place, the! bacK away from him when

AI Lopez of the American In First-Round MatchesBy the Gainesville Shopping Cen- tled to an 8-8 tie in a game Braves gave Manager Bobby I we're in trouble."

League and Walt Alston of the ter. ended by rain in the 11th in Brogan a vote of confidence "It's beautiful, just beautiful"

Los Angeles Dodgers will be an- Boys who have completed ning. Monday with a new contract extending Bragan said. This is one of the

nounced Thursday, July 2. their will be able to through the 1965 season.
San
racers Francisco
Cincinnati
JOHN GALE whipped happiest occasions of
Drobny withdrew from these D1d., and on current form, he my ca
No Phils Associated Press Writer 78th championships after being and McKinley should meet in test them on the ramps from 6-2 in the other National Bragan told a news confer- reer. My relationship with the

Surprisingly, the National WIMBLEDON, England (AP) told he could not comment simultaneously the final 10 days hence.In G to 8 p.*m. The public h i in- League game.Milwaukee ence "the show of confidencewill Braves is one of the greatest in .
vited to watch these race:.* inaction led 5-3 until the reflect on the play of our baseball ,
League tThe dust settled the
starting line-up will no today over a on play in a the women's division, Aus "
contain a single member of the turbulent opening to the Wimbledon London evening newspaper tralia's defending champion during the practice ses- Dodgers rallied for six runs in ball He) was club-no right to doubt a degree.about it. A former major league infielder -

league leading Philadelphi tennis championshipsfull Sangster was forced to drop apiece Margaret Smith, seeded No.1, lon. the seventh inning. Wally Moon the 46-year-old Bragan
Phillies who did of American and is Immediately preceding the ignited the burst with a Two hours later the Braves served
not placeman a upsets he had written for publi- everybody's fancy for the title terms as manager of
even runner-up list. threats at one stage to pevent cation next week while the and another successful step practice session, Jaycees will pinch double and Dick Trace went on a 15-hit spree, including Pittsburgh and Cleveland. He

In addition to the four Giants champion Chuck McKinley from tournament is still on. along the grand slam path. conduct a thorough safety inspection ski ended it with a two-run sin five homers. That was something was hired by the Braves after

and Cards there defending singles title. The management committee She already has won the Aus of all completed ra- gle. Tracewski singled in two unusual. The final result Birdie Tebbctts quit to go to

from were single! While Americans Frank of the championships-18 earn- tralian, Italian and French other runs, the one in the ninth wasn't. The Los Angeles Dodgers Cleveland following the 1962 sea

representatives the ChIcago Froehling and Dennis Ralston est men-therefore sat down to championships.The cers.Racers must be completed! proving to be the winning tally won the slugfest 109.

Milwaukee Cubs, Pittsburgh Braves and Pirates New, suffered first-round defeats at decide if McKinley was guilty sharp opening shock for in time to participate in the, Lee Maye, Joe Torre and In reply to talk that Bragan's son.Under Bragan last year, the

York Mets. the hands of little known opponents of a breach of the rules allowing America was the defeat of, Derby on July 11. The local Gene Oliver clouted two-run job was in jeopardy because of Braves finished sixth with an
McKinley faced almost his to I is set 18 homers for the Braves while the Braves' worst position in the
piece appear. Froehling and Ralston both race for July on 84-78' record. This season they
The NL's power packed line-, unbelievably possible disqualifi They ruled eventually that well below form and still get' West University (Gator Hill).I Hank Aaron and Denis Menkehit standings in 12 years in Milwaukee are ninth with a 30-35 record

up included Ron Hunt of the. cation because of a newspaper chunky Chuck from San Antonio ting used to the Wimbledon i solo blasts. President John Mc-

Mets at second base, Roberto article. Tex., was blameless since grass. Tackles Sign Hale and board chairman Bill I

Clemente of the Pirates in right The article had no direct the article was a reprint of material Ralston, seeded No.5, suc-. Three In Ninth Bartholomay decided to add a Man o' War, one of America's

field, league-leading !hittter Billy bearing on the championships, already published. The cumbed 3-6. 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, 9-7 to CHICAGO (AP-Earl Leggettand The Yankees survived Chi year to the manager's contract. greatest race horses, skipped

Williams of the Cubs in left, was written six months ago by word was put about that the 23- Britain's Tony Pickard, a virtual John Johnson. a pair of cago's three-run surge !\n the "It is important that during :the 1920 Kentucky Derby an d

and the Braves' Joe Torre be McKinley in collaboration with year-old McKinley was free to has-been on the British massive tackles who anchored ninth for their fifth consecutive this slump period we recognizethat launched his 3-year-old career

hind the plate.In Gardnar Mulloy and Jack Kramer continue his title defense. scene. the brilliant defense of the Chicago triumph. Steve Hamilton scattered Bobby Bragan has put by winning the Preakness that

all, little fault can be found for a U.S. magazine and. Wins Match The gangling Froehling lost Bears last season, havegned six hits through eight in, great effort into the building of season.Isn't .

with the starting squad. The had been purchased without his Even as the committee met, another five-setter to Nicola their 1946 contracts, owner -

only possible objection would be knowledge by a British Sunday he went onto the famed center Kanogeropoulos of Greece, 13-11, Coach George Halas announced .. ".

over the by-passing of Maury newspaper. It is to be published II court, brushed aside his first 3-6, 6-2, 0-6, 6-4. today. .

Wills of the Dodgers, who leads next week. round rival, South Africa's Ter I _

the league in stolen bases and Bearing Down ry Ryan 6-2, 6-1, 6-3, and then ri

whose .285 batting average But it arrived at a time when stepped up to the players' restaurant i } '

through last Sunday is the high- Wimbledon authorities are bear for a cup of tea and a jw. it

est among the shortstops. Wills ing down on other tennis players bowl of strawberries with his

finished third in the voting. who double as journalistsand attractive wife Wylita. Night Gam Night Game

had public squabbled with Roy Emerson still remains I NEW YORK brhbi CHICAGO abrhbiLtnz WASHINGTON abrhbi LOS ANGELES abrhbi

Nearly Unanimous former Wimbledon king Jaros- the official favorite. He had an 3b I I Buford 2b 5001 Blas'ame 2b 5 0 2 0 Piersall I If 2010
Mays who boasts batting Rich'dson 2b 5 1 1 0 Robinson If 4121 Kennedy 3b S 1 1 0 Smith ph 1011
a .417 tan and British Davis 6-1 6-1 6-0 win
Drobny easy over Lopez If 3011 H'shb'ger rf 4 0 0 0 Hinton If 3010 Power 3b-lb 3001
average in 14 All-Star Cup star Mike Sangster. Donald Dell from Bethesda, Mans rf 3121 Cun'ham ph 1 0 0 0 King rf 4121 Fregosl ss 4110 time
Fresh cf 4121 Ward 3b 4011 Skowron Ib 5010 Clinton rf 3000
games, missed by one getting a Pepitone 1b 5121 Landis cf 4000 Brumley c 5031 Adcock Ib 3010
you
unanimous vote. He received 240 Blanchard c 10 0 1 Hansen ss 31 2 Lock cf 2010 Pearson pr 0000
Boner 3b 3010 Weis pr 0100 Brinkman ss 3 0 0 0 Satriano 3b 0000
out of a possible 241 votes. Players Line On i Hamilton p 31. 1 1 McCraw Ib 4121 Valentine ph 1 0 0 0 Perry cf 4120
Judge Sleeps
not M'Nertney c 3 01 0 Rudolph p 2000 Rodgers e 3222 .
to vote
are permitted
or Stephens ph 0100 I Phillips ph 1000 Knoop 2b 3011
teammates. Curt Flood of the Buzhardt p 2000 Zim'er ph-3b 1 0.0 0 Latman p 2000
WIMBLEDON, England, (AP) A ball boy walked over to give AAinoso ph 1000 Green ph-If 0100
Cards, was runner-up with 17 I Martin ph 1011 Totals 37 211 2 Totals M 5 f S
votes. -Drowsy afternoon comfortable her a gentle nudge. Totals 34 f 11 i rot all 36 5 f 5 Washington ...., ......... .0001001002Los tried
Mrs. Cavis Brown started New York ................. 100 040 Ot -d Angeles ... ...... .... .. 000 021 21 x-S a
Williams, batting at .373 after chair eyes closing back to life. Chicago .................. on ooo 003-5 I E-Power. Clinton. DP-Los Angeles 1.
I. head nods Buzhardt. DP-Chicago 1. LOB-New LOB-Washington 13 Los Angeles 4. 28-
with the .400
flirting magic "Did I miss she
anything, S Knoop,
York 11. Chicago 7. 2B-Linr Robinson Blasingame King. Rodgers. -
mark nearly all season, was the I Clark Graebner of Cleveland asked. Ward. 3B-Richardson. SB-Robinson. SFLopez. Clinton. SF-Power.
Marls. IP H R ER BB SO
second highest vote-getter. He I Mrs. Dorothy Cavil Brown Davis Cup star Segal, 6-2, 7-5, IP H R ER 88 SO Rudolph .. ..... 4 d 2 2 1 3
stretched at a volley from SouthAfrica's Hamilton W. 5.0.1 6 2 2 2 Hannan L, 1.5 ... 1.3 0 2 2 2 0
drew 237 votes to 17 for runner I 6-2 winner, said the ball was so Reniff ........... 0 333 1 0 Ridzik .. ...... 2.3 1 0 0 0 0 whiskeythat
up Will Stargell of the Pirates. Abe Segal, hit it out of obviously out that he and Graebner Stafford ........1 000 0 0 Kline .... ....... 1 2 1 1 1 1
the court and ran to Buzhardt ....... 4135 2 2 1 4 Latman ...".62.3 7 2 2 4 2
The closet race was for the I congratulate were shaking hands before Baumann L. -2. 23433 1 1 8. Lee. W 3-. .... 1.3 1 0 0 0 0
the winner. Fisher ........ ... 2 1 0 0 1 2 .Duliba .. .... 0 2 0 0 0 0
shortstop berth. Groat squeaked they realized they'd heard no Kreutzer ...... .2 1 1 1 2 1 'D. Lee __ 2 1 0 0 1 2
by Leo Cardenas of Cincinnati, But no voice called "out." line call. Reniff faced 4 men In 9th. WP-Hamil-- Duliba faced 2 men In tth.
tOIl Stafford. PB-Martin, Blanchard. T- T222. A-4,544.
by five votes, 92 to 87. Boyer Mrs. Dorc"y Cavis Brown, "I turned round and there was 3:09. A26026.

won by a surprisingly large the line judge, was peacefully the line judge fast asleep," he Night Gam makes

margin over Ron Santo of the asleep. And a thousand peopleon !said. CLEVELAND MINNESOTA HE

Cubs for third base honors, 172 No. 3 court at the Wimble I Mike Gibson, chief Wimbledon Howler ss abrfcbi 3211 Versalles ss abrhbi 5240 .' Boxes .
don Tennis Championshipscould had word with Mrs Davalillo cf 5 1 2 0 Rollins 3b 5121 '
votes to 84. umpire, a Wagner If 5230 rf 4201 I -
Last the entire Cardinal prove it. I Cavis-Brown in his office and Chance rf 5122 Killebrew If 5 1 3 3
year Whitfield Ib S 0 2 0 Allison cf 4133 ,
infield of Bill White, Julian Ja The crowd roared. Still no re I then gave her two days to rest Romano c 5123 Kostro 1b 1000 LOS ANGELES Night Game MILWAUKEE

vier, Groat and Boyer, were in sponse from Mrs. Cavis-Brown. up. Allis Brown 3b 2t 4000 5111 M'ch'r Kindall ph-lb 2b 4000 4000 I abrhbi abrhbi>> your
Griffith 3b 4111 Cline Cf 4000
National McDowell p 1 0 0 0 Zim'rman c 5 0 0 0
the League's startinglineup. Smith-ph 1000 BCmfieU a/ 0 01 Parker pr-lb 2100 DefHoz Dh-3 2000
i W.Davis cf 5230 Bolling 2b 5010
Moran ph 1000 McCabe cOO 0 0
Fairly Ib 3012 Aaron rf 4231
Stebert p 1000 Pascual p 2100
This White finished Major Held ph 1000 Arrigo p 1000 Gilliam 3b-rf 2010 Maye If 5112
year, a STANDINGS Hall T.Davis It 4112 Alow Ib-cf 4210
poor second to Cepeda, 75 votesto Totals 42 t 13 7 Totals ph 41 1000 I 111 Howard rf 4110 Torre c 5222
League I Walls pr 0000 Menke 3b-ss 5132
172. Hunt, the Mets' fine Cleveland .. 200 ell ill I Wills 3b 0000 Woodw'd ss 0100 taste budsblossom
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sophomore also got 172 votesto .221101001 I i Roseboro C 4 3 lOG.Ol'r ph-lb 21 1 2N.Oliver
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Game called in 11th, rain. 2b 4021 Sadowski p 1010
easily win second base honors NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUE E-Rollins. Mincher. Howser. DP Minnesota Trace'skl ss 5034 Carty ph 1010
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2.
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oski of Pittsburgh, who had 52 I San Fran. 31 24 .594 114 Baltimore It: 2S.609 %'Romano 10. Brown Allison 17. SB- Reed p 1000
tncinnatl 34 29.540 5 Chicago 34 26.567 3V* Olive. Totals 421115 II TMIISt t 15 *

votes. Pittsburgh 33 29.532 i'h Minnesota 33 31 .514 4'4 IP H R ER U SO Las Angeles .. ........ .... Oil IM 441-II
Chicago 30 30 .500 7Vt. Cleveland 30 30.500 TV< McDowell ...... 1 2.3' 1 1 2 1 Milwaukee ._.."........ 002 130 301- ?
Winner Louis 32 33.492 tl0a Boston 32 3.115 !<* V le ......... 2 M 3 4 4 1 3
Easy Angeles 32 33.492 I Detroit 21 33 &Sf 10 Abernathy ....... 1 10 1 00 Tracewski 2. N. Oliver Sadowskl.
Torre easily gained the catch- Houston 32 34 .481 l<,1 Los Angeles 30 37 .... 11 Stebert ....,.... 4 2. 0 e i De la Hoz. DP-Milwaull. 2. LOB-Los
Milwaukee 30 35 .*61 10 Washington 29 40 .420 13 McMaHon ...... 1 00 Angeles *, Milwaukee 11. 2B-Falrty,
er's berth with 203 votes to 24 New York 20 47 J9 21 Kansas City 23 39 .391 uv Pascual ........ S 1/0 25 01 Moon. T. Davis. Torre HR-Maye (t).
for Cincinnati's John Edwards. Yesterday's Results Yesterdays Results Grant' ........... 2 3 3 I 01 Aaron (f 1. Torre (12). Oliver (S). Menke
Los Angeles' 10. Milwaukee New York 4. Chicago 5 Arrigo .........3 | 1 I 3 (7). S-Boiling, sao wskl 2.
An eyebrow raiser was Clemente's San Francisco 4. Cincinnati 1 Los Angeles .. Washington 2 Pascual faced 1 man M 4th. IP H. ER SB SO
(Only games scheduled Cleveland .. Minnesota 8, 11 Innings. HBP-By Stance (Allison Balk Ortega ... .__._ .1-3' 550 5 ;.
wide spread-160 to 67 Todays Games ram Stange. PB Romano. T-3:34. A-4.1U. R.Miller. W, !-3 1 2-3Perraneskl 1 000 1 --
Buhl ( scheduled) ..... 1 1 3 3 1 0 :
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Milwaukee's Aaron
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for the right-field spot. 7 2 2 twl-night (Rakow 3-4 and UXich 4-5) at Softball .i" fi
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Blasingame, L..I 1-3 2 1
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Aaron, a veteran of 13 All-Star diey 4-4) at Cincinnati (Nuxhall 4-4 and Kansas 1-2)City. 2, O'Donoghue twiclightBoslOft 3-4 andPflxter 'Tiefenauer ..... 1.3 1 1 -'. t'1- s:;
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Pittsburgh (Law S-s) a( New York bot (ld or Kreut/er 34). night '3:16. ..,. .
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starters who did not repeat. (WI''' 0-0) night New York (Sheldon 14) at Baltmere ,.--
Houston (Farreil 10-1) at St. Louis (7-2), ; <. "
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(Fischer 5-4 or Blasingame W), Cleveland (Ramos 4-4 or Siebert 1-3)
the Braves, and left fielder night. at Minnesota (Kaat 4-3) night League will start play tomor- Lanier 2b rf 3000 5111 Harper Rose 2b If 400 4010 Of course, we're talking about Flavor that stands up to ft

' Tommy Davis of the Dodgers. San Francisco Tomorrow's at Cincinnati Games twilight I Washington TamerreWs at Los Angeles.Games N row night at Lincoln Field. Mays cf If 4 2100 1 21 Coleman Pinson d Ib 4000McCovey 3020 Old Taylor 86, the whiskey that !D..A: 2!11 splash of water or a splurge.

With the exception of Groat, Los Pittsburgh Angeles at at New MilwaukeeHouston York Cleveland Detroit at at Kansas Minnesota CIty., N N First game is set at 7:30 pjn. O'Dell Kuern pr H 0100 000 Jftson Robinson ph-lb rf 1000 7111 adds something special to every Flavor that's so deep it's al-

who was hitting a rising .275 at St. Louis. Nhicago Boston at Chkago. N Jesse Heard Lincoln High Cepeda Ib 4021 Edwards c 3000 drink. most shameful.
at Philadelphia, N New York at Baltimore, N School football coach will D'verwort 3b 4 0 0 0 Cardenas ss 4 1 1/ .
through Sunday's games, every suervjse Crandall c 4010Boros3b 4120 Old Taylor 86 has flavor. Mel I Tonight, try Old Tailor 86
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W L Pel Ck. L Pet. G.B. p 1000 Temple ph 1000 flavor. Smooth flavor. .:::' I with as much or as little water
Mays, at .359, was the league's Jacksonville :3* 27 -1 _. I St. Petersburg 42 23 ..444Ft Recreation supervisor Harold Hitler ph 1 1 11 Smith ph 1000 Flavor '' ="
Toronto 37 21 J4' i.. Lauderdale 41 23 .441 16 Acosta said that Pierce! 2000 that tells your taste as you like. Either way, you'llbe
leader in home runs with 22 and Syracuse 1 eight teams p
3Zl JS7 2'4 Lakeland 3 t 20 J74, f' buds
Totals :34474 Totals :34 2 51
batted in with 53. Buffalo 35 21 .554 2\1 Daytona Beach 3S 233f 4Sarasota have entered the Industrial something,nice is going on. doing your taste buds a flavor.
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All starters except pitchers Richmond 2* 37 U3 10 Tampa 27 3* -40f 1SV4 League and will play in two CiMIn ............... oio on 000-2
Columbus 25 37 .403 12 Miami 27 3* .40 iro Bolin. Rose. LOB-San
must at least three innings, visions.i E-McCovey.
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League won last year, but the acksonvillt 7. Syracuse: 4 Fort Lauderdale. 1-J, Orlando H time its regular schedule on H It ERBBSOBolbi.
holds 17-16 Atlanta 25. Rochester 1-2 Lakeland 5, Sarasota 2 W. 2-2 .... i 2 2 f
American a edge Toronto 5, Richmond 2 Miami 3, Daytona Beach 2Today's Tuesday and Friday nights. The Pierce .... .. 4 3 t 1 3 WXTJCXYJTRVGHT BOURBON mflSXa.PROS THE OtD TAYLOR DtSTIUtJrt CQ..rAAHK1ORT Z LOUtSyIW. ft
with one game ending In a tie Todays Games Games Industrial League will play on Tsitouris 35 51-33 5 4 2 4
olumbus at Buffalo Daytona- Belch at Miami Ellis ..4-..... 12-3'1 I 1 2 ,'. .. ... _-: : _
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New lark mbnts miss out through no fault,of his own if a teammate makes an MIMIC A YOUNG In BusinessCWA

By ARTHUR DALEY error. He can miss through his own fault by walking or hittinga CROW'S SQUALL Of British

NEW YORK When Don Larsen fired in the final pitchto batter. S-I topped Publix 6-1, Road Open }

complete his perfect game in the 1956 World Series, Yogi By some strange quirk a diabolical fate always seems to ij J. s Prison won from Hav-A-Tara-

Berra came winging out of the catcher's box as if flung froma reserVe the gravest danger point until there are two out in 8-6 and Gainesville live- NEW YORK I telephoned the Royal and
C-A-W! C-A-wt! C-A-WI! pa
catapult. The excited little guy leaped on his big battery- the ninth. The pitcher is only one little out away from per stock beat Post Office 6-4 in atlantic and told them of Ken's

mate, wrapping his legs around him much like a small boy fection. Then Lady Luck yanks the rug out from under him FOLLOWING MATING SEASON EARLY, A SPRING'S YOUNG Business League games played hummed to play," said Josep C.

shinnying his way up a telegraph pole. in what has to be the meanest and most comtemptible trick CROW'S SQUALL, IS EFFECTIVE on Field No. 1 last night at turi, the new executive director of the
When Jim Bunning of the Phils pitched his perfect game of all. THROUGHOUT SUMMER. golf champion Golf Association. "The

against the Mets on Sunday, his catcher, Gus Triandos, ,be- of FT SHOUu:>H'T BE USED AT ANY City Park.In didn't
Take the sad case Hooks Wiltse of the Giants in 1908. He any good. very nice. They say
225 Gus OTHER SEASON WHEN THERE contests on Field No. 2,
If
haved more sedately and discreetly. the pound
had a perfect game at that stage in the proceedings. Then The austere immediately.
ARE NO yOUNGSTEPS.
had ever leaped on the slim righthander, he would have flat- Sunland rolled over General
his control slipped and he nicked a batter with an errant cient Golf apparently discussed
tened him completely. Yogi kissed Larsen. Triandos settled THIS HIGHER-PITCHED CALL IS Electric 13-6, Howard's TV nip-
pitch. What made this positively nauseating was that the USUALLY IMITATED BEST WITHA refused to then they called back and
for a manly pat on the back.It the guy he hit was the other pitcher, a man who couldn't hita METAL REED CALL. OTHER ped Gainesville Gas 4-3 .and play in the they were unabl to accept

sure was a historic occasion, though. This was only the lick. Hooks got a no-hitter but no perfect game. TYPES MAY BE USED BY BITING Penn Chem bumped Smith HO at St. entry. Entries closed May
eighth perfect game in big league annals and, surprisingly MOUTHPIECE TO RAISE PITCH, Sinclair 16-6. He didn't
enough, the first the National League has produced in 84 Tommy Bridges of the Tigers had a perfect game againstthe BUT RESULT ISN'T AS NATURAL led CWA
Senators in 1932 until he was down to his final out. The Craig and Freeman in time, and course, when they were ep
years. The ironic part of it was that it was achieved by a PARENT CROWS FLOCK TO THE with two hits each while Jones cient let it be applications for the 104-
Washington was the saintly Walter Johnson and
manager TREES TO ATTACK A SUSPECTEDOWL
until this
who had been an American Leaguer season.It
guy he wanted to see likeable Tommy make it. But the once-great OR OTHER ENEMY OP THEIR had a pair for losing Publix. grets-that it grandpappy of tourna
still is a rare and stunning feat, though, because there I
fireballing immortal had to remain true to the code. He was YOUNGSTERS IN ANSWER TO THIS Gore had three hits for Road Venturi had no idea that
have been only eight such epics in more than 100,000 games.A CALL. THIS IS WHEN AN OWL Prison and Dean got a pair for might want to
and he had play.
losing 13 to'O yet to give out with all he had.
bat-
perfect game is just what the description implies, 27 DECOY IS MOST EFFICIENT had GHS
Stevens a the throes of extended
ters up and 27 batters down with none getting on base. The Bridges was the best curve-ball pitcher in the league and Hav-A-Tarapa. an

element of luck has to enter into it, of course. A pitcher can Manager Johnson sent up as a pinch-hitter Dave Harris, the : pair of doubles for Livestock he probably would have
best curve-ball hitter in the league. Harris slapped out a sin ,: while McKinney and Thomas PKY it hard to pay expenses. .
had two hits each for Post Of- winning the U.S. Open last 1
gle and the crowd booed both culprits, Harris and Johnson !9 'f'
with angry vociferousness. e Gain in Washington chang 1

Wings Slide First "What else could I do?" said Johnson sadly. "I. had to fice.Matheny and Proctor managed things. I

try my hardest. I couldn't give it away. I'm sorry it hap- three hits each for Sun- GHS No. 1 AT THE I
pened but I know how those things are." Coca-Cola land and Monahan and Hayes and P. K. 'i

He certainly did. The greatest strikeout artist that base- I picked up a pair for GE. Winning Senior League GAS WELL

To Fifth in HurryBY ball ever produced had only one no-hitter during his remark- Banknlen WinA Howard's got only six hits at Gainesville I .

able career. It would have been a perfect game except for I and losing Gasmen four in a night. ,

the fact that Bucky Harris made an error in the fifth inning. pair of shutouts _marked well-pitched game featuring The GHS GOOD/TEAR )
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first[ game when Orlando Mar winners GHS No. 2
the
of ; i
I tinez doubled to drive in Jim A least it didn't come with two out in the ninth if that games in Junior League base- Ronnie Blanton ,
The Rochester Red Wings beat
be solace. This was the time ball play at Harris Field last and J. Durden of the losers.
dropped from first to fifth placein Snyder in the top of the eighth any fiendishly unappropriate I with PKY No. 5 I
Chem
with the when Billy Pierce of the White Sox was undone against the night. Coca-Cola rolled over II Snyder led Penn TOUGHTIRE I
the International League winning run. I 4736.
Senators in 1958. The slick lefthander two hits and Mathis had two 'I
_I was only one out from Knights of Pythias 11-0 and Florida
standings in just two days Ed Olivares' three-run homer the of of the three blows losing Smith Tommy
glory a perfect game when Ed Fitzgerald was sent in National Bank downed
but it's not as bad as it sounds: powered Atlanta past Rochester hitter. Fitz Sinclair got off Plummber and i and Boyd
as a pinch destroyed it all with a double."I Belk-Lindsey 7-0.
:
the in the second game. Curt No. 1. Bill
It's just a sign that pen was sent up to hit, wasn't IV" said Fitz with a shrug of The victory by the Bankmenwas Joyce. GHS No. 2. '
of
his 21st homer
nant race in the Internationalis Blefary got his shoulders. "So I hit. It's my job. their fourth in five starts Tonight's games will feature I'
one of the tightest in history.; the season for the Wings in the and enabled them to retain the Budweiser vs. Schlitz at John Willis
Much more recent than this was the weirdly imperfect while Carl
Only three games separate the nightcap. "perfect" game involving Harvey Haddix of the Pirates loop lead. 7:30 and Guy Cleveland with Rick had 15 fiI

fifth place Wings and the Frank Bork, a hard-throwing against the Braves. It was a rather unbelievable effort. Had- Allen Spears hurled for FNB Gainesville Wings in the City 3. Bo Bass e

league leading JacksonvilleSuns. lefthanded from Buffalo, returned dix got past that two-out-in-the-ninth jinx. He pitched perfect fanning 16 and limiting the League on Field No. 1. Petti- berry.

to his native city to ball through the ninth and the tenth and the eleventh and losers to two hits. He also hada coat loop action on Field No. 2 Bobby Hines I

The Wings, who led the stand- pitch the Columbus Jets past the twelfth. He allowed the first hit and the first base-runner triple and single to lead the against Tung Oil at 6:30.: Bell ny Dennison for SMALL :

ings Sunday morning by one Buffalo. Bork struck out 12 as in the thirteenth-and lost 1 to 0. attack. David Boothby had a Telephone meets Jones John-. Fred !

slim percentage point, lost their he completed his first game of The one aspect of the Bunning feat that caused some sur- double for Belks.CocaCola son at 8 and Kirkpatrick & Pier- I TRUCKS I'

second and third games in a the season. prise was that the passionately devoted Mets fans switched scored 10 runs jn son plays Hill's Plastering at Fe.Tonight's : I

row Monday when Atlanta'slast An error by Cliff Cook gave allegiance when they sensed the perfect game was on its the second inning and coastedthe 9:30. Buchholz

place Crackers defeated Columbus its victory. With two way. They rooted against their own team even though they rest of the way. Six hits Howard I
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In other games, Toronto stop- seventh, Cook dropped a line phenomenal development. More normal fans do it regularly the trick in the big innings. and Wilson and at 7 and 8:15. :

ped Richmond 5-2, Jacksonville drive and two runs scored. in such circumstances. Arensman and Reeves bad Dykes Curry r 6 plays
Higginbotham.
edged Syracuse 7-6 and Columbus -! Jacksonville, which scored Bunning got John Stephenson, the last hitter, by the strike- two hits each for the winners. battle.
0-6 7
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slipped past Buffalo 42. five runs in the fifth inning, out route. His face broke into a huge grin of utter happiness.He Major League games tonight Hav-A-Tampa 024

The Crackers, playing their had to put down a big Syracuse joyously wheeled his gloved hand in front of him and will send Exchange against Road Prison 320 000 3-8 9 I Hartley
Goodlet and
first games under new man- uprising in the ninth to gainits punched it with his fist. The Phillies raced out to surround Kiwanis at 5:30 and Elks meets Daniels and Floyd;
him and pound his back. The the Edwards. 10-7 '.
let
last
pitcher
ager Pete Appleton, won the, triumph. Tigers go Boys' Club at 7:30. Starting As Low As
Trailing 7-3 going into the winter because they suspected that his best days were be- Post Office 100 001 2-4 12
I' ninth hind him had just pitched a perfect game. Coca Cola Knigrns of Pyth. Livestock 120 300 x-610 Bartley
last of the Syracuse got abrh abrh
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homer in the seventh lifted Toronto Cumm'gs Ib 210 Smith If 200 Saltzman and Collins; Tyde counters.
Trades WinsJohn Sheffield 210 Guenther
Building p-cf 2b 200 Jones
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Woods y 000 Totals 20 01 with three
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home run to Fred Hopke witha of them home runs. ped Plumbers Union 5-3 in a Green Bass 2b-ss 3b 410 410 Davis Hinson 200 201 Penn Chem 306 07-16, E Russell's COMMERCIAL USE
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you Citizens Bank scored six The National League game Wheeler' cf 000 Lee 0 0 I 0
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could call on. HIGH SPRINGS North Lanier. Greene, Young and abrh abrh "World's fastest fishing boat,"
Nixon 1 1 0 Lewis 1 0 0 I "We
Florida Telephone Co. scoreda Crosby had two hits .each for I Horne 21 1 Foster 1 1 1 Cards Wallop Charles F. Johnson's TX-41, has

Kirkpatrickmonson 15-2 win over Fort White last the Bankmen while White had White Van Poper-ng 322 200 Greene Henderson 3 3 2 1 2 0 slashed more than 14 hours off I GOOD/VEAR

& night in the High Springs softball a pair for losing NCB. D.Fender Cauthen 200 Gasseth 2 1 0 Giants ..&12 the Miami New York ocean
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limited the losers to hitter as Kirkpatrick & Pierson Adkins 100 Young 312 Cards
, Phelps Hoffman 200 Calb 210 walloped Giants 28-12, Johnson 67-year-old Daytona
INSURANCE Jnc. three hits and struck out 10. gained a 3-0 verdict over Life Geiger Smith 100 1 0 0 Crosby 3 1 2 Braves beat Athletics 17-6, Beach, Fla., industrialist, docked We GASWELL

Joe Brown had two doubles anda Underwriters in a Rebel loop Lee 100 Angels edged White Sox 6-4, at the Hudson River here -

31 N. Main 372-8438 triple for the winners while fray at City Park. Casey fan- North Totals Central If.,.4..4..Totals..... 300001 2210- 4 Phils won over Cubs 7-4, and Monday after making the run in RADJA

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Cross ss 422 Richard'sn 3b 2 0 0 Casey IbBarwick :300 Casey p 1 0 0
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[ I Ire requested following specifically market by quotations readers i.11'' 4,560,000 I Volume I 1,760,000Late

State Commissioner of Agri- the University of Florida's 10- ers here for a wrap-up sessionof I agricultural future, Conner said I of lions the are Sun furnished financial' by page The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS] ?

I culture Doyle Conner said yes- year plan to develop agricultural DARE that in order to keep the Legislature will need to Pierce Wulbern 'II Morning

terday that in the light of the resources effectively.He up with the many changes in I provide the laws and funds nec-I ,Murphey I N. Y. Listing
recent Supreme Court decision
I to insure the
proper farm legislation will said that legislators from agriculture, there will be a essary Florida's continuing successof agri- NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Lowes Company 20 Mass. Inv Growth 8.82;; AllisChal 18% Int Nick 78?

play an even more vital role non-rural areas would tend need for new services and reg cultural development.Other Milgo Electron 101h Pioneer Fund 9.62 Alcoa 73 Int Pa 32%

in Florida's agricultural fu (though not deliberately)' to for- ulations. Mort Guaranty Ins 26% Puritan Fund 9.69 AmAir 41/8 Jones&L 79

ture. get the importance of agricul- Referring to legislation as one "keys" on the agricultural -Abbott Lab Pacific SW Air 48 Putnam Growth 15.74 AmBdPar 4B4( Kais Al 38%

Conner was speaking at a conference ture in Florida. of the seven "keys" vital to key ring, according tc''Allied Chem 2.40 1.80 333a 53*'Schlitz Brew 4934 TV & Elec ........................_. 8.15 AmCan 45% Ken'cott 82
Conner, include: --- Secur We & Tr 58 Value Line Inc .... 5.58 AmCyan 63% Lig & My 77%
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DARE of
Conner
told agricultural lead-(opening the door Florida's I Amerada Pt ._ 2.00 8414
Southern Nitro .. .,_ 19 Wellington Fund 15.12, AmMot 144 Loch'd 34H
I ; : I Agricultural research. Am Elc Pow 1.16b 42% Travelers Ins 463 N Y S E Most Active Stocks AmTob 33% Lorillard 43%
Amer Enka 1.40a 55
"Producers will want better and I Amer Hone _--- 1.44a 66 AMERICAN STOCK Compo Vol. Close Changes Ampx Cp 16Mag'ox 33g
safer harvesting machines. 122,100 Chrysler 50\2 up %: Anaconda 42 MM&M 59%
J Amer M Fdy .90 2114
I They will want to know more EXCHANGEAerojetGen 120,600 Tex Gulf Sul 51 off % Armour 51% Mohasco 13%
about the weather. They will Armco StI 3.00 73% 117,000 Curtis Pub 14% up 1V4 ACL 714 Mons'to 79k

USDA Chief Praises seek hardier plants that will \tch Topka __ 1.203 311h .._.,.... .. ....... 295 96,100 Sperry Rd 15Vi up % Babcock 31% Mont Wd 38%
resist disease and weather con Baxter Lab .36 221h Analex Corp ... 24% 89,800 Gen Motors 89% up % Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 81%

ditions." Beckman In 49 Aqua Chem .... 15% 55,700 RCA 33% up H Boeing 54'ls Nit Dist 26
Beech U S ___
1.10 4634 Aurora Plastics .__....... 38 51,100 Occiden Pet 32% V4 Borden 74ss N.Am Av 47%
I "In today's society, there Bristol My .80 6H4 up
I Barnes Engineer 20% Brunswk 9% Penney 54%
48,300 NY Central 38% 1
are thousands of items attract- Brown Shoe ___ 3.40 93 Butler Shoe .._.-. 8 42,600 Boeing Co 54% up CaterTr 63U Pa RR 31% ..
State ing the buyer's attention. It is Brunswick __ 9% up 21
'sAgResearchAn Chromaloy __m___. 18% 42,400 US Steel 57% up 11 Celanese 63V4 Pep Cola 55
not
enough to display Cambell S 2.40
prod 371h
your
Cinerama _.. 77/e 40,200 Unilev Nv 39 off % Chrysler 4944 Phil Mor 79%
ucts. You must persuade the Carter Pdt l.00a IH4 Computer Sci .... 1672 34,900 Pure Oil 53% 2 CocaCola 129 Phill Pet 49% -,
to them." Case J I __ 16 up
consumer
buy
Cutter Labs A 165 33,900 Burroughs 24% up % Com Ed 48% RCA 33%

official of 'the U. S. De- Dr. Nyle C. Brady, directorof study of the possibilities of developing Agricultural education. Ches Cessna Ohio Air 4.00 1.00 781h 26 Data Control..... 42 33,100 Tenn Gas 21% up Ss Con Edis 90 Rep Stl 44%

partment of Agriculture last the USDA's science and edu- agricultural resour- "Farm production today requires -Coas _.. Fulton Inds .........__ 9% 28,400 Ford Mot 53% off % Cont Can 50 Revlon 35%

night praised the State of flor- cation department, said, "I ces effectively as Florida anda a large volume of capi- CBS S Gas____ 1.80b 31 471h% Gen Develop ......_. ........._.. .. 4% Amex Active Issues Dow Che 72% Rey Tob 44%
ida for its of wish state and Mackey Airlines 5% Volume duPont 252 St Reg P 30%
program agricul- every region few other states have. tal and plenty of technical Comb Eng _.._ 1.20 26% Close Change
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tural research. would make as intensive a Brady was the principal know-how." Cone Mills __ .80 20 H. Mead Johnson 17Va 53,000 TWA Wts 27% up 1% EAL 31 Seaboard 48
Pac NW Tele _..._.... 225 E. Kodak 132% Sears 114
28,200 Stanrock Uran 1% K
at dinner meeting of Cont up
speaker a Air _
: Conservation and protec- .40 23 Philips Elec ._."_....._._.._, 40% 27,200 Falcon Seaboard Firestone 41% Sinclair 45%
:Another; Scuffle on BeachIn the University of Florida's Operation -tion of resources. ."Florida's ContI Ins __ 2.20 55% Redwing Carriers 11V 26,500 Syntex 67%14% up 1%3 Fla Pw 45% Socony 81%
Contrl Data _.. up
I DARE, a program head- rapidly growing population is 105% Ric Group ........,__ 6% 24,400 Microwave Fla P&L 75% Southn C 60%
Corn Pdts __....._ 1W off %
: St. Augustine Tension ed up by UF Provost for Agriculture -competing with agriculture for .1.50 62% Sperry R. Wts. ..._.._ n4 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS- Ford 52% Sperry R 15%

.Dr. E. T. York Jr. and land, water and other resour- Delta Det Steel Air 1.60.60 78 15% Syntex ................. .... ... 675 Purchases ...................._ 353,922 Frmst Da 11% StO NJ 88

AUGUSTINE (AP) beach but designed to develop agricultural -ces. The agricultural industrywill Tampa Elec .... ..... ...... 2H4 Short Sales ............ Frept Sul 35V4 Studebak 7%
J&T: -Segregationists public again today, Emerson EI _......_.. 1.00 44 __..._... 4,378
-and. ihtegrationists police prevented a recurrence of resources during the next need to know more about Fair Camera .50g 24 Tech Measur _.._._ 16% Other Sales .._..._............ 365,593 Frueh Tr 31 Swift 52%

scuffled briefly in the surf of a the sharp violence of the past decade. conservation. Producers, distributors -Finan'l Fed 49% TWA Wts .. 27th Total Sales ._.................... 369,971 Gen Dyn 27% Texaco 79%
two days.A Brady ?commended the state I and consumers will Fst Chartr ._ .97f 34% Valspar ._... ... 81,4 PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK Gen El 80 Thiokol 14%

l\lore..Ahout Negro man was struck by a for "not expecting the federal want to be protected against Fla E Cst ___.. 131,2 MUTUAL FUNDS MARKET Gen Fds 87 U Carbid 126

white segregationist and two government to come in an d unsafe, impure and undesirableand Food Fair .90 24 Advances _...._............. 611 Gen Mills 39% Unit Airc 47%

: Doctor white women attacked another solve your problems for you." unethical products that FMC Corp _? 1.00 58 H. Affiliated Fund ._.__ 8.92 Declines ,,.?.. ,... .... 450 Gen Mtrs 89% Un Fruit 23%

white woman kneeling in prayer He pointed out that Florida has may appear." Frito Lay __... 45 Capital Life & Gr 10.05 Unchanged _.. ..no 278 Goodrich 51% US Steel 57%

with the integrationists, but were an annual expenditure of $6.5 The DARE Gen Tele _.__.._ .88 33% Divers Growth ...._. 9.92 Total Issues _._._. 1,339 Greyhnd 27% Univ Mat 12
From Page 1 quickly pulled off by police. million for agricultural re Operation conferences Ga Padf l.00b 53% Dividend Shares _'_". 3.79 New 1963-64 Highs ..._.......... 70 Gulf Oil 56=% WestgEl 301Hon'well
which began last ... 133 4 Winn Dix 37%
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Dreyfus ___ 20.43 New
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thalmology in San Francisco. The assault on St. Augustine's search. Getty Oil .10g 25 __.... 25
month under the' direction of Fidelity Capit ... ... 11.43 Int Harv 79V4 Woolwth 27%
Grace Co .... .
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They presented additional dataon racial barriers was stepped up other states he said Dr. E. T. York Jr., UF t. -- -
Only two provost Hel Curtis Fidelity Fund .......-:-.- 17.98
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the computer experiments at yesterday by daylight as a legal have topped this amount.In for agriculture, have been .80 19% Fidelity Trend...... 19.08 (c) New York Times -
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the scientific meetings of the attempt was made to lift a ban his talk, Brady touched upon primarily devoted to an inventory B 1\1 5.00 480% Fund'tal Invest __ 11.03 NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 22
Int Min C
1.80a
American Medical Associationhere by Gov. Farris Bryant on night about of agricultural resources 725 Income of Boston _
the current
concern 8.40
afternoon.By Int Tele ww ._ 1.01'1 545 High Low Close Net Chg.
this
demonstrations. I pesticides as they may influence -and estimates of future needsin Kellogg _.. .80a: 43 Incorporated Inc ... 9.98 25 Rails 144.99 148.60 144.39 Up .98
using the computer to About 50 Negro and white in-, human and animal health light of Florida's rapid Lehman CP ._ 1.34 2915 Keystone K-2 _...____ 5.57 25 Industrials 832.85 823.50: 826.35 Up 1.38
electrical
pick cut the brain's tegrationists, about double the and "our dependence upon pesticides' -population growth. Litton In __ .9gf C2% Keystone 8-3 ._..................._ 16.76 50 Stocks 488.92 483.56 485.37 Up 1.16
response to a visual impulse, number that was attacked with from the agriculturalpoint Lone S CM .. 1.00 201 Keystone 8-4 .._..__ 4.81
able to The conference which be-
Dr. Copenhaver was fists: and clubs Monday, arrivedat of view.Without Marsh Fld _..._.... 1.60 4j Life Investors .......__ 20.42 STOCK
:;
design a sight-testing apparatus the beach in a motorcade. gan yesterday and winds up today Life Stock Fund 7.98
modern pest control Martin M __ 1.00 17% FLASHES
the
that does conscious not require They formed a line and were methods, Brady estimated, with a talk by U. S. Secre- McG Hill .....___ .60a 35% Mass. Inv Stock ._u__ 16.77 MARKET
be
patient to or coop escorted to the water of Orville L.
by high- tary Agriculture
the per unit production of plants Mead Corp ....__ 1.70 48%
erative."The computer is able to way patrolmen, conservation officers and animals would likely decrease -Freeman, has been mostly a Merkd 2.ooa 36% NEW YORK (AP) Motors al of its recent recovery drive.
Gulf
: Oil Gives
the electrical reactionto and local police. When a by at least 25 per cent. resume of previous factfind- NaU Air .. .80 49 weakened in a mixed stock mar- The Associated Press average
separate
white man broke through the ing sessions.Dr. N Y Centl ket this afternon. .Trading of 6C stocks
a flash or light from other "Such a decrease, said Bra- .5Cg 33'5 early- at noon. was unchanged -
electrical signals in the brain," protective escort and slugged a dy, "would endanger our ability Harry M. Philpott, UF Nia M Pow ... 2.00 51% UF 1,000 GrantThe was moderate. : at 309:3: with indus-

Dr. Copehaver explained. "It Negro, both were promptly ar to feed ourselves and would vice president, welcomed the Norfolk W _._ 6.00 13H4 Gains and losses of most key tials unchanged, rails up .5 and

does this by recording only rested.At leave no farm exports, which delegates to yesterday's DARE No Ind P S 1.48 54 University of Florida's stocks went from fractions to utilities off .3.
I the edge of the water, the make significantpart No Nat Gas ___ 1.80 53% Department of Mechanical En- about a point.
those signals that are synchronized currently up a conference, saying that "DARE The Dow Jones industrial
demonstrators were blocked bya Olin Math ___ gineering received a' av-
yesterday
with the flash. of our national trade." has captured the imaginationof 1.20 441h The auto stocks, which beganto
that will be line of white youths. Led by a Owens II G 2.50 100/ grant of $1,000 from the Gulf falter Monday when Henry erage at noon was up .39 at
"This
means we Brady said that as valu- ,82677.
able to tell whether the retinaof white clergyman, the integra- able recent the state. Pac G & E ___ 1.00 307/a Oil Corporation. The grant is I Ford II implied that his com
,
the eye is responding prop-, tionists knelt in the surf and as pesticides have reminded are W. K. McPherson, economist -Pac Lting __ 2.40 30 one of 50 that Gulf distributes pany is willing to risk a strike, Xerox fell 3 points, apparentlyin

erly to light W sending its folded their hands in prayer. happenings that their use and, especi-people with the College of Agriculture -Pac T & T _..... ..1.20 28% annually to selected departments lost ground. further reaction to the threatof

signals to the brain. We can I Youths taunted the praying discussed the of Pan Amer A __ 1.20 355 in as many universities Rails, airlines and building additional competition in the
haze ,
impact
their misuse
detect this even if the patientis demonstrators and splashed wa- ally, can pose Parke Day __ 1.00 27% under the company's Aid to Education materials kept a slightly higher office photocopy field. IBM
ards to man and animals.Brady's anticipated growth on land
not able to tell us what he ter on them as the tension boss of and water requirements. He Pennzoil _... 2.00 72% program. trend but steels worked irregularly gained a fraction.

sees," the Florida researcher mounted. Then the two women Secretary Freemanwas said that Florida has the land Pfizer __ .80a 45% Dr. Harry M. Philpott, vice lower. Chemicals, sari Prices on' the American Stock
explained."It broke suddenly from the ranksof Agriculture Orville Phelps Dg .. -- 3.00 66% president of the University, accepted implements, tobaccos and electronics Exchange were generally high
scheduled to address a and water resources to double
should help us in testing spectators and attacked the Polaroid "_"_ .20 1411-: the grant from Tom G. were mixed. er.
very young children and other kneeling woman. DARE luncheon meeting in Florida the production of agricultural Pub Sv E G _'_ 2.60 365 Cain, Port Arthur, Texas, direc- The market was irregular Corporate bonds were mixed.

patients who, because of brain State troopers, wading in the Gym today. products. I Pure Oil 1.60 53% tor of Gulf's personnel adminis. from the start and seemed to U.S. government bonds were

injury or some other problemnot surf in their uniforms steppedin Rayonier 1.00 35% tration. lack any incentive for a renew- mostly unchanged.
to Winn.
run against Byron
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and
the
directly related to sight, immediately pulled
Commissioners defeated Richardson's
Metl .,. .. .50 37
visual The two assailantswere Reyn w %
can't respond to experi- women apart.

ences.Two" other Gainesville doc- arrested. DeGroveFrom night, accepting"grateful"the motion resignationwith last Rich R C Cola Merr. .-. ._. 1.00 1.20 454 73% Pan American Defies Red Edict;

tors are also attending the AMA Egg Market an expression of appreci- Roy Dutch 1.73g 44%
ation for DeGrove's service to Searle GD ___ .90 59Va

convention.Dr. Samuel P. Martin, provost JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast ) Page 1 the community.Both Singer 2.00 904 ;Flies Through Berlin Air Lane

of the Health Center is Florida Egg Market pricesto Commissioners Alan Smith KIn 1.20a 61VaSou j I

chairman of the AMA sectionon 1 retailers: Richardson, who referred to Sutherland and Ed Turlington Cal Ed 1.05 31% .
experimental and terapuetics. commended DeGrove's work. St Oil Cal 2.00 641,2 BERLIN (AP-A Pan Amer- the last stage of the flight. week, which reach Berlin after
Extra large 43% 46, mostly the "political manipulations of St Oil Ind .. .... 2.00b 78 I
He is in charge of all t ican World Airways jet from The aircraft touched down at stops at Keflavik, Iceland, and
AMA presentations in this area. 45-46; large 41-43, mostly 42- John DeGrove" during a com "He" done an outstandingjob Sterl Drug .65 29% New York flew through the Ber-I Berlin's Tegel Airport at 1:27 Prestwick, Scotland, will con
43; medium i 30-35, most- Turlington said. "He has Texas Util _... 1.20 58% .
Dr. Herbert Kaufman, chair mission campaign speech on lin air corridor today, defyinga ,p.m., 28 minutes ahead of tinue. Other flights are sched
ly 34-35 small 24-28, been tremendous in his own 1.40 42%
mostly
Textron
;
man of the AMA division of March 7, defeated Plan Board warning from the Soviet I schedule.It uled to depart Wednesday and
ophthalmology, is also leading I 28. Chairman Arnold Butt for the way. j Tidewater 3B Union it could not guaranteethe left New York with 77 passengers -:Friday.

a symposium in virus infections I Poultry at farms: fryers 13; post vacated by Dr. Edwin An- Final action by the commis- Trans W A 44% plane's safety over East 10 of whom were I "Our position is that we have
._ 1.60a 47
Union Pac
)f the eye. I hens none. drews when Andrews decided sion was unanimous. Germany. booked through to Berlin. The not been notified that these
Und Air L ..... .._.. l.50b 51% plane made at Iceland and
stops
I flighte are unlawful and untilwe
Upjohn .. .. ...... 1.00 54% In a protest note Monday to Scotland. None of the "
Jim Walter ._. ..... 30% the United States the Soviet: pas- are, we will continue them,
had voiced
I Moves for Fast : War Lamb .70 285 Union called the New York- sengers any concern the spokesman said. .
Reapportion over the Soviet warning. "We don't negotiate with the
Worthintn ._ 1.50 39 Berlin service illegal and dis-I A Soviet note to the United I Soviet government, the State

Xerox ._.. _.-. 114% claimed responsibility for the 'States and Britain claimed the I,Department does. The State Department -
.
if it continued.Pan
1.203 68 consequences
Zenith
MIAMI (AP-Attorney Richard "It permits 14.3 per cent of I I Am refused to cancel the recently inaugurated flights j and the West Berlin

M. Swahn prepared today to the population to elect a majority -I OVER THE COUNTERNEW flight and the jet entered the were illegal because they had I government gave their approvaland
YORK (AP)-The following bid not been approved the Com- until the State
move quickly for implementation Miami Sees of the Senate and 27.4 per the 110-mile long center corridor on by Department
and asked quotations supplied by
Attorney
of a U.S. Supreme Court or- cent to elect a majority of the Nations! Association of Securities Deti I munist East German regime. j withdraws its approval we will

der to reapportion both housesof House." en Inc.. do not represent actual trans A Pan American spokesman I continue to operate jet flights
the Florida Legislature on a 'Pork Death Knell'der actions but arc the NASD's estimateof Florida Book said the flights three times a! into Berlin."
population basis. Chop Proponents of the plan had the range within which these securities __ __
contended that geographic affin- could have been sold (bid) or I

Swann, who fought Florida'scase ity and economic and other factors bought (asked): Ban Overturned

_through _the high court, is filed here. ber, there will be 112. A majority should be considered along Alico Land 7Vi MR. 4 %

said the decision "is the death First, he said, he would ask of the 13 lame ducks are with population. The court dis- Amer Fidel Life 23% In High, Court

knell of the Pork Chop Gang." the court to wipe the current dyed-in-the-wool pork choppers. agreed, declaring that legis- Amer Heritage 25%I G

"It means," he said, "that Florida plan off the Nov. 3 bal- "Also, some new membersare lators represent people, not Amer Mat Ins 21% WASHINGTON (AP) Florida -

the people will control the legis- lot. Second, he will ask the fed- coming into the Senate who trees or acres or economic in- Amer Pioneer Life 6% court bans on distribution of A savings

lature instead'of the spicial in eral court to require the Legis- will be more moderate and more terests. Anheuser Busch 52% two books, "Pleasure was my

terests. If means that money for lature' to reapportion itself on in line with the thinking of the Bryant conferred with Anodyne 4i Business" and "Tropic of Can- R account
Attorney
roads and other projects will be population."If people of Florida..' General James Kynes, other Citizens Bank 34 cer" were overturned Monday j surely gives

spent where it is needed, not at Comsat Corp .._ 22% ,by the U.S. Supreme Court.A .
state officials and .M.
whim of small county poli the Legislature does not do He suggested a special ses- constitutional me that
the so," he said, "I will ask the' sion immediately after the November experts acrosS the state. Conn Lt & Pow 37H circuit court jury of six men
ticians. Pb 11% '
court to reapportion the state of election and said if a Cowles Mag & in Miami had found "Tropic ofCancer9 caretreefeeling
The Supreme Court reversedthe "In my opinion" he said last Dunn & Bradst .. 59/
Florida. plan in line with the Supreme to be obscene and Do
of three-judge fed- week "the of the SU- was
majority 14%
decision a Firs West. Fin'c'l 4te
Gov. Farris Bryant declined Court ruling is not forthcoming, .upheld in an appeals court.
at Miami which had preme Court has determinedthat _. "
eral court comment, saying "I just haven't the federal court "wfll act r""i Florida Gas .-.r. 10MFla you have aG.M.
uphelc' the validity of the Legis-I had time to make a sensible de dispatch" in reapportioning the our form of government is: Nat'l Bank _._._._ 63% "Pleasure was my Business"was 'r+.w x
lature's 43-senator, 112representative not consistent with ... 26% account?
cision." state. : presentdayneeds Fla Tele banned on the same groundsby t J
plan. and they have set abouton Forrest Labs 27% Circuit Court Judge Lucien P

Then it referred to its rulingof Bryant had said that he would The court, he said, "now has' a course to make it conformto Founders Life ..,._., 8% Proby also of MiamL It was a
Jane 14 that six other states decide whether to call a special the guidelines. what they do believe to be Franklin Life 55% spicy account of Miami brothelsrun ; GainesvilleMutual

must reapportion on the "one session when the court ruled In his appeal to the high court,I those needs."I Greatamerican ..._.-._ 12% by "Madam Sherry." I i iI .x

vote.9,'one vote" philosophy and specifically in the Florida case. Swann had said that Florida's I think they have adopted a Grolier 39 ,State Attorney Richard Ger-,I '

tent the Florida case back to the Swann said it would be "awaste present plan "ignores the factors -, policy of the ends justifying the Gulf Life -56% stein said at Miami that he was

Miami court. of the taxpayers money"to of growth and change in the! means and that, therefore they Herff Jones ...... .. 13% "disappointed but not surprised", BUILDING and

Swann, aided by attorney William ask the present Legislature to population and creates a crazy I are going to do this thing re, Home Ins .__._._. ._._. 62% by the decisions. He pledged ,,.x. LOAN ASSOCIATION

'Reece Smith Jr., of Tam- draw up a legal realignment. quilt pattern of Senatorial districts gardless of the language of the Jax Minit Mkts .... ..._... TTi "continued vigilance against obscenity -, 217. N.E. lit Street

pa, said he would return to, the. "The House now has 125 members which are without ration- Constitution or any other re- Kennasaw Life .._...... ,. lUi within the confines of the Phone FR 6-6771

federal court.as.soon as the o ," he said. "After Novem ality. I straints placed upor it." Life of Fla ...,..._._._. 5H Supreme Court rulings." I


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, two children. My husband has always been a sensible man, whole hand! SEELVO/dOE-SO NA ERLY G WHAT HAPPENED TO J
1'\\ until he got mixed up with a character from work. ,This FOUND NOW SKEEDADDLE isvoCRVIM' THEM LJ'LSHMOOS-
guy is 43 and thinks he is 18. He goes to the beach every DEAR ABBY A good friend of mine had to accompanyher I=: JOEL SMACK OLTTA HEREORAH'LL bQ N THAW!:L LoJ rf
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week-end with his portable radio and tries to pick up girls husband on sn emergency trip, and she asked if my 4 O'TN'BLIZZ IN TH BLAST BECUZOOEIS (

,t young enough to be his daughters. My husband has been husband and I would chaprone her teen-age daughter's IZ HA1DOFF.7T* GOME?

going to the beach with him and I don't like it. I told my house party. I said we would be glad to. When I asked ..e. 1a
}I husband to stay away from this character and it has caused -< a f 4 4
I her for instructions with regard to our responsibilities. as ,
, lots of arguments between us. What would YOU do: '
chaperones, she said, "Oh, you don't have to do a thing.
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DISGUSTED Just stay out of sight!" Will you please tell me how any- -I II If ,1 1
i DEAR DISGUSTED: I'd go with him, and take the kids. I
"chaperone" a party and out of ?
one can stay sight My
I One of them is sure to call him "Daddy. o
I husband and I sat upstairs in the bedroom and watched I w
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DEAR ABBY: Does giving a girl a pearl ring for-her little television the whole time, while the kids tore the place apart l

.I finger mean that you are engaged to her? I gave a girl a downstairs. I would like your opinion of what a chaperone's f rrf'i

pearl ring and told her she should have the jewelery store responsibilities should be. I
make it to fit her LITTLE finger. Well, she is wearing it "OUT OF SIGHT" FIRTH SETTIN' WHAT SORTA JOB JURV-BOX ,

on her ENGAGEMENT finger and she's telling everyonewe DEAR OUT: A chaperone should first confer with hostessto E-c MY MAN DOlM'? AN-NAPP.N'. PAYS YE FERDOIN' DUTY =u a
are engaged. I always thought that a diamond 'ring was be certain that she understands what the "rules" are. GOT HIM A THAT? N
the only kind that meant engagement, but now people are This includes the do's and don'ts of conduct and what time ) 'r
telling me that a pearl ring could mean the same thing? the party is to end. It is not necessary for the chaperoneto aJ
I like this girl a lot, but I don't want to be engaged to be present every moment. But she should check periodically 00
her. What do I do now? to be sure the rules are being followed. eZ
WORRIED *

DEAR WORRIED: A pearl ring (or a paper ring from a CONFIDENTIAL TO JEFF: Keep your words soft and
cigar) can mean engagement, if the man proposes marriageto sweet. They taste better if you hate to eat them. I 673"
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5:00 O Maverick John York takes sleep\ host for this revue that W'It

O Best of Groucho ing pills to get some rest, spoofs the American O News-Mike Wallace
family. Guests Dick Van CD Waldo Norris
5:25 Q Greatest Headlines
finds he's
and then gotto
Dyke, Cara Williams, Dan 10:25 Q O News
5:30 O Newscope
stay awake to protect Blocker, Carol Lynley, 10:30 O CD Word for Word -- ---- ----
5:55 CD Local News, Weather. a distraught lady Michael J. Pollard, Paul O I Love Lucy
Sports psychiatrist who is be- Lynde, Verna Felton and 11:00 Q CD Concentration Iz a

6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. ing pursued by a psychotic Flip Mark look at suburbia O The McCoys THAT WAS WA5N'TITc OUR LAs t

O Sunshine Almanac patient. the father image, 11:30 Q CD Jeopardy 1 1I< PATIENT !f

6:15 O Channel Five News O Science Reporter senior citizens, teen-age O Pete And Gladys I 1I( Fzi'sr i .p;

6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite CD McHale's Navy marriages, and "perfect" 12:00 Q CD First ImpressionO =: ii
marriages. David Rose Love of Life I O ; : JILII
O Holiday 9:00 O CD Richard Boone $ i rl
"Welcome Home, Dan." conducts the orchestra. 12:25 Q News I II
O O News Huntley 12:30 O CD Truth or '

Brinkley The television announced newsman purposeof 11:25 O Movie"A Letter to Three ConsequencesO 1><
7:00 O M-Sqpad 1i I
O The Saint Dan Wilson's long-delay. Wives. A hated rival l Search for tomorrow I 1I
ed trip home is that he 12:45 O i
O Discovery At The Zoo sends a cryptic note to Guiding Light
"More Ways Than One." is to be honored for his three wives telling them 12:55 Q CD News I ET'i I I ,
work, but Dan has another she has run off with one 1:00 Q News II 1I oII
(CD Battle Line reason that he's of their husbands. Jeanne O Midday -

The costly battle for not announcing. Adaptedby Crain, Linda Darnell CD News I SHE CROCHETED THAT WAS '' .
Crete as a Mediterranean William D. Gordon ; 1:05 CD Match Game MV NAME LONG DON'T.SO
base is described by from E. Jack Neuman'sstory. 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 1:15 Q Focus DIP SHE ON BLOOMERSUMMMPH HER GYM J AGO TOUCH MEas

Jim Bishop. WEDNESDAY 1:30 O Science GIRLS HAVE )( HAVE MUST
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7:30 O Mr. NovakDrama"I O Petticoat Junction 6:10 CD Continental Classroom MEN ; i ,1
Don't Even Live O At Your Service Organization and manage CD Ernie Ford
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was conducting the English merce. 6:15 O ScopeD Deal n- 6 y

class, all the students 9:30 0 Medical Feature Summer Semester O Password 1 .
were raking in A's "Hospital Without ABed 6:30 O World Civilization 2:25 O CD News
-but Novak can't seem ." Summary 2:30 Q CD Doctors
to get the same caliberof O Pastor's Study O House Party 1 rTHEY.DON'T 0
work out of them.What's O Jack Benny 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 3:00 O CD Loretta Young
Shari Lewis is Jack's 6:40 CD Living Words
O To Tell The Truth
O New guest, and he's delightedto 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor 3:25 O News
The Care of A Sick Dog free rein to her
give 6:50 O Farm And Home
3:30 O CD You Don't Say
O Antiques Guns talent-until she horns in I .' I'M AFRAID ITS NO USE! J PERSONALLY
his 7:00 O CD Today O Edge of Night -MOTHER 5AY5 W HANDS ARC '
on money making I-I THINK THEY'LLBEAUTIFUL
O High Adventure schemes. Scheduled: cartoonist 4:00 O Match Game E.I GO IT''S' BECAUSE tII EY'RE MUCH TOO LARGE FOR: A TRUE HANDS!
'Danger Island," called Roger Price demonstrating O Secret Storm ON VERY EASILY, DOUG. NEW, MISS WRENN! LADY
Puka Puka by the na 10:00 Q, CD Polaris Submarine: his party-game book CD Popeye's Pals -MAYBE I SHOULD TRY HERE.- LET HELP
lives, was the site of (Special) (Color) At the I "Snoop." 4:25 O News O A SIZE LARGER? yOUtI /,7)

the 1958 International Polaris submarine basein O News, Weather 4:30 O Burns and Allen ,

Geophysical Year expe- Holy Loch, Scotland, 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Magilla Gorilla I i 4 IdiPOTEETYO'J {
dition to study the solar correspondent Martin 7:50 O News CD Movie l IQ

eclipse. Lcwell Thomas Agronsky boards the nuclear 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo "Jamaica Run." Patrick 'bys' .

accompanied the astron- submarine George 9:00: O Divorce Court Fairlie, who operates a k
omers and USS Point Washington far this O Bachelor Father trading schooner, wantsto .
Defiance crew membersto journal on an undersea CD Romper Room marry Ena Dacey. I,

the island. voyage. 9:30 O People Are Funny Ray Milland A r 1 e n_ "pt LS. / M
8:30 O Moment of Fear O Henry Fonda CD Jack La Lanne Dahl, Wendell Corey.

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THE OBSERVER % Russell Baker HERE ATmEYOU'RE OP LAN6UAOE TELL IF A
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: By RUSSELL BAKER ule. Here, for example, is a Eisenhower. Caution: Due to ton. Watch Huntley-Brinkley to : I o. q I
WASHINGTON leaked staff memorandum on a the crush of candidates at the find out where Barry is and I r: r
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Reports single day's itinerary: farm, we could get you only telephone him. Urge him to ask
from Goldwater headquarters two minutes with the Eisenhower to take the vice r
have it that Gov. Scranton is I 7:30 A.M.-Television interview general, presidency. Note OWEZE &OK& SA26E. N<7 TELL! ME ABOUT)CUR;; A ft
talking himself right out of the on the "Breakfast" show. who is under the impressionthat it's : constitutional-I rI SAZSEIS FlE ALWAYS 'OUT PATES.W5 OUST WE.MTBOWUMG PATES ON NOV.3.H63 ASAN/ ;
ly,
: vice Three minutes, network. Note: you want to urge him to very I WAITING UPFCR WANTTS TO HEAR Wrn4 THAT WAS A GOO ONE!
Republican presidential "Breakfast" has a huge urban run for the .vice presidency. senhower is I US ALU ABOUT OdinAAIN -itNG1n-! Z IiII
nomination.
: won't hurt to bring the subject PATES ant .
audience in the east and a nee Suggest you limit conversationto f lU ; tl ,. I III
: Mr. Goldwater is said to be dling crypto-Democrat who does the urgency of having an up. I I z
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so shocked by the "liberal" ten the interviewing. Don't let him I "open" convention. : 8 P.M.. -Dinner at the Dixie = '
I
: or of the governor's campaign goad you into saying something 11:40 A. L-Press conference Motel Operators Association!I;..JEc 3a

statements that he may find it you> will regret about "eastern to deny that Eisenh wer asked convention. Dress: white sheet. .
.. impossible to give him the con- internationalists." If he pulls you to run for vice president. Three-minute speech after din- -
solation prize. Scranton's blunder one of your old speeches on 2 P. Proceed to Senate ner. Suggestion: tell them Abraham II e
naturally, has given new you, keep smiling and say, Relations Committeeroom I Lincoln defended man's ,
heart to the politicians who as- "well now, I can't believe 1 I : where Secretary of State I right to keep anyone he doesn't q 1 J3-'
pire to second place on the ever said anything: like that, :Rusk is scheduled for closed- like out of his swimming pool. 0M o
Goldwater ticket. but I'm willing to look it up :door 'session with senators. OnRusk's 9:30 P.M.-Arrive Chinese .

With Scranton out of it, one when I get back to the office." arrival, force him to embassy for after-dinner drinks.
of the leading contenders is the 8:30 A. L Meet with civil .chat for two minutes, then te" Ten society columnists Eisen MAKE luE\ ANOTHER I GET THE MECHANIC }\ rSEYEN
THREE 5TRAI6HT Pk{E5.' 1 QUIT WHILE A NATURAL! J .' 1
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rights delegation at Capitol hower wants Goldwater to pick t tn TO TAKE >trI
conservative representative J. newsmen have M /
you warne I TOLD YOU YOU'RE JAY YOU'RE ANEW
J. Upworth whose upstate New Photographs. Reminder: Rusk that nothing but total victory its vice president from the upstate -! COOP LUCK CHAJCM. PATH. I
York .. For this occasion we have hired New York dairy countryto I
constituency embraces 118 over communism will satis i e' o
dairy farmers and 300,000 cows. a Negro typist from the steno- fy America. balance the ticket and unify
Upworth's candidacy was in- grapher's pool who will sit beside {the party. Make sure information -
evitable after the Supreme you with her pad open dur- <4< P.M.-Speech on House<<: is off the record, for maximum < 1 I
S Court's decision on reapportionment ing the visit Be sure to release floor. Accuse the press of mis-. press- play. j.
It clear her immediately after the delegation representing Goldwater's standon it ,. L1.irtI
was that If voters
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home to
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leaves she arriveon Cuba social
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in New City were to be ,I I
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practice radio trans-
much,voice time at other congressmen's Nations,civil rights and defolia- on
given as the_in government offices where. civil rights delegations tion. Copy of speech to Barry by mitter. Try to raise Barry. Re-tc'I
as cows, congressman jmind him what fun it would be, 1
are expected. special delivery.
had it'in
had
state politics after the inauguration, having I
Like all candidates for the 10 A.M.. Arrive airport for 4:30: P.M.-Fly to Scranton. someone at the Capitol be !
forgotten nomination, Upw 0 tth. flight to Gettysburg. I Pa., to inspect slums. could talk to by short-wave. i

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To Southern ACROSS 25. Astronaut'sword A I -r A P 5 AT c.

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BOB THOMAS she 5. Top 29. Brewer's OT IUE.JsT
reported. "Virginian is a YOU forClassified
AP Movie-Television Writer bit difficult to capture; it's aviator tub M W t R C 0 L I

somewhere midway between 1l.Counter3..Sprcad 8. Treasure 31. Rope fiber -IR- ...IA..... A I OnlyDEADLINES
HOLLYWOOD CAP) Vivien ANY OF THESE
I Southern and British. It was 33. Thus: LaL jAI.T jR I
Leigh looking lovely and fit aft. pane I
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easier when I was speaking 13. Topaz 35. Dress st ne iJjJJE. *

er her recent to illness, is back in Georgian in 'Gone With theWind' rHINGS TO .SELL? hummingbird 3 6. Music MG NOR M % I.. N t. I Turs. thru Frf. paper*-5 p.m. Day before publication
Hollywood play another drama
yet
and 5 For ads to go In Sun. paper-12;00 a.m. Sat.
Mississippian in 'A D E.ItitS S P E. I D
) Southern lady. 14.ooden 33. Brownie I For ads to go In Mon. psper-1 p.m. Sat.
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The English actress has come Streetcar Named Desire. They'll Bring You Extra Cash 15.peg Secondhand 40.43.Lounge Self-assured SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY PUZZLE (Minimum 14 4 lines) I

Miss Leigh is quite confounded I
aboard Stanley Kramer's "Shipof 45.Dolt 2. Kale 7.And: Lat. FAMILY RATES

Fools" to play one of the few as to why she has happenedto 16. AIn comb. 46 North sr 3.: Divided 8.Vapor 5 insertion ....... ... ..... ........................... SAc tiltS

American roles in the cast. This specialize in Southern bellesin Rugs form 47. Scrap proportion. 'J. Twilight S :3 Insertions ............................................. 22c lIne,
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Bustle = 6 Insertions I
time she's a Virginian, and if American films, but obviously 19. C.00 u 1 .s 48. ately U. Irate S 12 insertions ... ... 14c lineS

she does as well as her last two she. has no complaints. She Guns nickname ge 49 Fish -I.J ape coin 12. Hydraulic if total x number charge of computed Insertion by multiplying/ total lines x rate earned -
Otherwise
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is feeling very chipper follow- ; pump ..;
Southerners she'll be
doing
Tools 21. Spied DOWN called 15 Pronoun
ing months of rest that
very well indeed. Both won were 22. Receive 1. Deeds 6. Basement 18. Pitcher
her Oscars. necessary after her collapse in Boats 20. Bulgarian I 5 Five letter words per line

"The accent is quite difficult New York last year. She had ,__ coin
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g lines
Iz I. lViJ Same as 2
but I'm working hard on it," been appearing in her first musical Tents pti' 22. Coupled 8 Ft. ordinary type


"Everyone, "Tovarich.told" me I was Books [il : l il" E1_ 23.24.: Mark Primeval 12 r I.TO .. ordinary Same as type:3 lines


Small Party crazy to do a play in New York flTTil JD aimed gatta g lines'

Plants g I Pt.ordInary\ type
during the summer, she ex 25. Rodent ; O

Marks Duke's plained. "I thought that was 26.: Grate

nonsense. Hadn't I played four Pianos lj : 28. Moving I 2 ID Same: .* 5 lIne,
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70 shows a day in North Africa truck .6Ir ordinary type
Birthday Stoves U ? za Connecting
during the war in temperaturesof JJy4Z of a
piece
I 126 degrees? I was sure I Radios 2 30 I brace I t The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more tri one
PARIS (CAP) The Duke of : incorrect insertion. nor will it be "afc:. (or any error In adverf -
} Windsor ushered in his 70th could cope with a New York -- --- ___J 34. Belief tisement '0 5 greater extent then te cost of the space occu-
summer. Skates sz I L'33 I S4 55 36. Preposition = ped by the i'em M the advei tisement. Ni adjustment will
with small] g be made on errors that do not materially effect
the value of
birthday today a I4
j I J 37. Malt brew
"But I couldn't. It was __ __ = trie advertisement.
dinner party at Maxim's that Trunks 39. Steamers:
\ simply unbearable. I spent all I i: or
lasted until after midnight. abbr.
I day in the but I had 5 The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of I
country, 40 141 j 'I43 40. Old card revising or i *
j i in Britain used Jewelry IKUng any advertisement which it
::..His supporters 1 deems oblectional and toE
to to the theater at !
come night chance the
f _ game classification ot. any advertisement from that ordered -
anniversary_ to call again on and the nights were terrible. I ofS' I J/f4 41. Paddle = i" conform to the policy of the paper.Summnimimmm I

the ioyal family to forget the BicyclesTV
could get no rest at all." _I / - 42. Astern

f a past :and officially recognize Now she is pleased to be backat Sets T J4 : I 44. Danish ..........."........I1..AII.'A".IIIIII/'IIIII.JIInnnnnIllllIlIHHlnllftln'nIhIM'rn..H..u.HH.' 1UIIIIJIIUIUIIIIIUIIIIQIQUUllnwUIIIllllllIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIII_.._.__..__

the duke's American wife. fjord
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her profession and to returnto 12 Mole Help Wonted
30 PETS & SUPPLIES
his Par time 24 min.A Hiw.afues. 6/23 46. Musical
Marking birthday quietly;
to visit ClothingCameras
Hollywood her chums. note MANAGER TRAINEES NEEDED,
'I' the duke slept late and spent I age 21-50 steady employment. FREE Black female kitten' A

most of the day at his desk. A fringe benefits. Apply Jackson's female Siarrese. adult cat Phone
Mini Market. 1234 N. W. 16th 3721133 2510 NE 11th St.
etretary.said he was working Swap DiscussedBy 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Ave. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good

I -personal accounts and cor- Antiques WANIED one night clerk, preferT- for watch stock and pets. FR
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I EXECUTIVE secretary good PV. by! retired or semi-retired man. 20033
-respondence. Scientistsc hard work legal experience preferred Apply in person to Hotel Thomas. GERMAN' Shepherd puppies AKC
Furniture desire permanent resident 615 N.E. 2nd St. between
: reg $45 ea. Also Palomino
-'Another Shetland -
dinner
private party, must excel In typing. and hrs. of 7 and 12 AM or 6:30 with
pony bridle $15. Ph.
'I 4 :at the house of friends, was ) New York Times Livestock. shorthand. If you are not cxtrerrely to 10:1.0 PM.Duct FR 22990.
qualified for a highly re-
'1 scheduled tonight. NEW YORK An exchange sponsible position do not apply.If Installoti&T YO'J: will be proud to own one of
so call Jack Bates. FR 6- these beautifully marked,
With the duke at their Paris arrangement is under discus DiamondsFish 4421 for Interview. Man A.K.C. registered beagle healthy.pups.

sion between the Polish and Bred' to hunt. Ideal pets' Hh .76-
mansion. his wife the former 1st class .
was WAITRESS wanted for Howard only. S2 75 per hr. Guaran SS55.
:' American Academies of Sci Poles Johnson's Ret vrlnt. Apply f to teed Ohr..11.. Phone 372-8251. -
WallisWarfield Simpson, who CLASSIFIEDDial 11 A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. In per- Apply 251 SW 6th Avenue rear SALEI I Purebred Beagle Puppies.
I was a divorcee when he gave up ence. If approved it will be the son only.' 2830 N.W. 13th St. $19 AKC Reg Have 30 Cham
pions. Best In
Used Cars office.EXCELLENT- the State. We board
". the British throne in 1936 to first such agreement since the BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn ooss. Mud dogs. James Ken-

start of the cold up to *S per hour demonstrating neis. Rt. 1, Box 78, Keystone
I marry her. She is 68. war. Auto TiresAquariums famous Studio Girl OPPORTUNITYAAA Heights. Ph. 473-4958

The only such exchange to Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. American Automobile Association BLACK Miniature Poodle puppies.
.., .. -
... ... Phone 376-4336 after 6 has AKC registered. Phone 372.2SS8
an
; which the National Academy of opening for a or 3764615

( Sciences in Washington has EXECUTIVE secretary. of Typing bookkeeping Gainesville membership and representative Ocala area. This in FOR SALE Beagle- Puppies. purebred

:;: k : been is Row Boats shorthand desired.knowledge Ample starting- is an excellent opportunity for a not registered. $15. Rt. 1.

I ; ;rdd jke a pact part with a its comparativelyformal Soviet 376-4672 wage. No age limit. Unlimited 25 man to with 45. Sales manager experience ability, pre-age Box 49. Archer.

coun- career opportunities for woman ferred but not necessary. Monthly HEALTHY happy American Shep
::. .... pJ' terpart.In Golf Clubs with quick mind. Prefer permanent bonus sales allowance com herd puppy. Female Registered.
e resident. Send resume or missions. Employee benefits In- Rescnable" to good hcrre FR 6-
I !s. ... recent years there have Interview request to Box 435 c-o cluding paid vacation, hospitalzation )- 3470 anytime. Best before 10.
Gainesville Sun.MOTHERS -
insurance retirement and
214-NW 13t. been increasing exchanges be- TypewritersMotorcycles TOY POODLES, all colors, 7 wkT:
.. FR 66472Also GRANDMOTHERS. disability Income. If you are interested old. AKC
reg. $125. Call 372-
in Oeala tween U. S. and East European TEENAGERS. & SHUT-INS. Did In a career with a national _7258 after $ P.M.
this
organization. be
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know that it Is possible to '
Universities and other institu- you own and operate your own Pres- your opportunity. Call Marvin THESE lovely little kittens need "

I tions. However there have beenno Used TrucksRefrigerators tige your Cosmetic very own Business home. ?A small From Kolb TROUBLE 372-0438. SHOOTER _Jopl horrel' They're Call FR free 6-4893 to the right

rjEwiVI.IN direct arrangements between investment required. If interestedcall MUST have knowledge of home
376-1480 or write to Vivians construction and maintenance 33 LOTS FOR SALE
THEATRE academies.SUBURBIA. Woodard Cosmetics 626 N. Main Must thrive on hard work. Ability -
fJ St.. Gainesville. Huge Territory to work well with others es '2V* acre wooded home sites near
2RM5Ofli Open to You.RECEPTIONIST. sential. You will te paid accord new Myra.Terwilliger school By
Baby Buggies ing to your ability and experi owner. Terms may be arranged.
J Announcements doctor's office. ence. Good future wth! top com Phone 876-6343.
i NOW! 3 COLOR HITS! General office work, with typing. pany. Reply to Box 446-A c-o
Electric Motors essential. 1 girl office. Permanent Gainesville Sun. -FORDYCE LOTS
OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:45 DRIVE -IN THFATRI resident. Write Box 441-A
3 LOST & FOUND NATIONAL COMPANY needs 1 acre lots beautifully wooded $2-
SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 9:45 c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age man to take over local aggressive 200.00 2 acres with small creek.
Store marital status and experience.
EquipmentFarm
Come Eorly-Kortoons at 7:45 LOST: Accutron watch alli- operation. No travel. Sales experience 2900.00 Others from $1,45000
LAST TIME TONIGHT -up
helpful. Fine pension. Gu.r.Inteed
gator band. Call FR 2- WANTED Ladiesreadytowear
YOGI' STARTS 8:00 salary S4160-S7800. Send FORDYCE
Show Time 7:30 Machinery 4465. Department resurre to 3680 Beach Blvd Jax ASSOCIATES. INC.REALTORS .
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7. Fla.
LOST Monday. A small black' &
Infant's Clothing white male BEAGLE dog named Man- GM trained MECHANICS wanted.To 926 W. Univ.' 376-1234
BRI6ITTE "Buck." In vicinity of Shipman'sFish start work immediately.
Camp Lake Santa Fe. Call a e r. Excellent must have own tools. Plenty of 34 Waterfront PropertyON
ei 3Nr B&RDDT.PLEASEtf Sewing Machines Billy Beach 376-5331. g work. Free hospitalization Insur.
salary I benefits ance. salary guaranteed equippedwith THE GULF
THE MOST IflT1flW 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE most modern service facilities

fW..UJ_I.'COLOIa EXCITI flfl Office Equipment and working con- Inc: ,in Starke.area. Flit.Gateway Phone Chevrolet.' f44-3900 Cedar Key Shores

-- .'fl :"tJ. THE MOST PROVOCATIVE LEARN TO DRIVEl Special 7- dition. Must be tr Other Properties
OF THE YEARI Movie tention to nervous or elderly. Male Female
COMEDY 13-Help
2ND ACTION HIT 9:45 Equipment Easy Way Driving School. FR or David AndrewsCedar
17007. Lie: by State of Fla experienced. Apply -
STEVE JAMES PLACEMENT SERVICE Key 3841
MCQUEEN GARNER 2ND FEATURE Outboard Motors in to Office Professional
i 6 SPECIAL NOTICESI person Technical WINFRED H. CRAWFORDRrg.

THE GREAT ESCAPE3RD crac HERA' I w Personnel Office College Graduates Broker, spetallzlng In
( e DC t7xtESNINE Sports Equipment have new 1964 model automatic For appt. call 372-6377 LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
ZIg Zag sewing machines. No J. M. Fields Store. 10-12.00 AM. 2-4:00 P.M. ACE. 3 miles No. el Melrose
BONUS HIT JesSwa attachments needed to do the Monday through Friday GR 52911.BEAUTIFUL.
Vacuum Cleaners following decorative stitches PERSONNEL CENTER
ELVIS PRESLEY buttonholes. lot
the
appliques mono Avenue on SuwanneeRiver
102 NW 2nd
grams blind hems. Etc. $5.75 CAPABLE WOMEN needed In prof. at Rock Bluff. Call 376-
KID GALLAHAD -. Furniture per mo. 55 .SO total I price. (15 itable established territories to STARTa 41611
Nursery W. Univ. Ave. show Avon Cosmetics. Call Mrs.
376-1075. new career in the Florida Real
t f. STARTS FRIDAY c: 9NDR DEj SAXA'PHONE LESSONS given in Fullmgton FR 24421 Estate profession. Become a 35 Houses for Sale
member of Florida's finest profession -
home. &
Fishing Equipment my Beginning immediate.
; 'What A Way To Go' Phone 3723305. 12 Male Help Wonted multi-m 111 o n dollar real
estate Corp. Will pay for your IT'S A BUY. $200 down. $100 month.
( Washing Machines WILL PAY J) per copy for 1961 schooling and guarantee employ. Iy, 3 BR, CCB, close: to schools.
R. c. and 1962 Gainesville Parade of NEED immediately mechanics (2). ment. For Interview Call Ocala" NE. Phone 376.sal.GLADYS .
Home Guide Books. Offer limit of work. good
MOVIE PARTY experienced plenty 629-7921 collect
Materials ed. Gainesville Home Builders salary group insurance paid va SMITH

'k I THURSDAY Building Assoc.Chairman Bob, 371-3794 Hatton. Publicity; cation.Manager.Phone FR 2-8433.Mr. El rod. Service 14-Salei Help Wanted

10 A.M. FOUR BEDROOMS

FREE WITH Heating Equipment 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car SERVICE major Station oil company.dealer Must wantedby be EXPERIENCED man to start work automobile immediately.Best sale -. WE have several large homes for

willing to invest small amount pay plan In area. Free sale In the Northwest. Four /bedrooms :
: 6 R.C.
i CAPSFLORID
; 1:003:00ffm Musical Instruments of cash. Call J. C. Lawton, hospitalization Insurance & demo. wood and more. Finley or Little-
EXPERIENCED elementary school Palatka. 325-2064. plan. Plenty of action. Gateway area and West Hills. Air-
teacher to care for children. 3 Chevrolet Inc., Starfce Fla. conditioned and In prime condi-
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Camping Equipment acre play area. Planned program BOYS wanted for afternoon paper Phone VM-3900 tion. Call us to see these fine
-: routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or homes-372-5393
Step Into the world I It' 3727150.TINY call Mr. Young. afternoons. 372C441 .
18 Schools & Institutions
ext. 19 Gainesville Sun
TOT PICTURESQUE
I of Henry Orien' Plumbing EquipmentChildren's .
Circulation Dept.EXPCRIENCED 70 acres stream running through
PLAY SCHOOLVisit roofers. Apply ;:oo SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW property. Permanent Bahle pas
i lpj I LAST 2 DAYS Playthings A.M in person ready to worn. Secretarial Courses Classes now ture. Pear orchard 360 brand
us and see for yourself. forming. Howell's Business College. -
2314 N.E. 19th Drive. name Pecan trees. Brick farm
I 24 SE attl St. PR ..78O 218 W. Univ. AVI. FR -35o7.. home with full farm equipment.Call .

Electrical AppliancesDogs -WHITE baby-sitting In private 1-Sheet 2-sheet metal metal mechanic.helpers with duct MEN It women II to S3 to train for 372-5393.
, 'r home. 12 per day. Phone 372-7375.tviLL Installation experience. CIVIL SERVICE TWO STORYIN

Call FR 23634 for appointmentafter Examinations. For Information
for children. In
WaltDisney care my
Ill MJI .. Cats Parakeets home 5',.. day a week. Leads of 6 p.m. send name address & Phone No. tip-top condition and ready for
PETeR. se ERS : toys & plenty of loving care. Key Training Service. 112 W. earning and living. Apartment upstairs
end down-stairs three
Phone 377- 1 P&M P2eh1ISS 6AAGEl3 w.'SW :s $400CC..lAISSI'JN rooms for rentals. All furnished
and prked at $18.000. Good linencing.
Real Estate Exam
THE THREE Close to downtown. Call
:; SALESMEN In COURSE 372.533.GLADYS.
any area or local area, to sell ATTEND First lesson free.
I !ThomasmaHWL 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED finished block homes on owners rIOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLfcwE SMITHREALTOR
lot. Straight 20 year payout. If COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave
_ii'mM mil I no iron
w McMurtry.
experienced Mr.
SECRETARIES see F R. e-3307: J72-3727.
"ROAD RUNNER"k .5 T1LCI' ',4 Tampa Builders Monday June 22 Associates:
Plus ELECTRO-TEC CORP AJM. to P.M. at Holiday Inn. SPEEDWRITINGCOST Carolyn Noyes Anna Hlnstn
Route 301. Ce.la.EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTING Ben Griffin
Daytona( Beach, Flo.,) Secretarial Courses Classes
Nothing tvill sell it faster roofers good built- now forming. Howell's Business

TOMORROW .j-l-I SECRETARY steady up roof employment preferred family willing man to College 6-3507. 248 W. Univ. Ave. FR FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

move to new location bnmedlafly. : -
(To Controller) Phone collect between 7:00
SHOWS I
28 Undock &
2 2 THURSDAY I Executive secretarial experience required and 5:00 726-1591 Inverness, Supplies For top Quality workmanship
DAILY than theGAINESVILLE In manufacturing Industry. to Iorld I. WANT TO SEE your hogs properly call
Compose letters. take dictation, WANTED finished on dry lot or pasture 372.6142
MATJNEE OPEN 12:45 coordinate supervisors schedules. PLUMBING SERVICE MAN then try CPA Cooperative Mills GAINESVILLE
Familiarity wITh financial accounting -
12 pet. Porkmaker meal or put-
Feature Starts 1:10 contractual I terminology HE MUST: lets. Special for June. FMX UPHOLSTERY
preferred. Have a City License Gainesville or Alacnua. Phone FR ISM NW. lift St.
SECRETARYTo Stay sober 2-105 or 461-2165. Free Estimates nek ., an*
Be reliableBe delivery.
EVENING OPEN 6:30 ( Chief Engineer) willing to work all hours FOUR Shetland ponies. Phone
SUN 376-7428
Live In city ofter 6> p.nx
Feature Starts 7:10 Requires experience as secretaryand Have a phone -- ..
FROM .
administrative assistant to a Give referencesHE 38 head of chickens. $30. Rt. t
DISNEYLAND major engineering manager. Familiarity Box *>. Archer F&..
: with mechanical engineering CAN EXPECT: HORSE OWNERS FREE ESTIMATES on
, TO terminology preferred Good pay FURNACES end QweJity
Child
Adults $t2S SOc DRAMA BKPG Mach ( NCR) Steady work ATTENTION .
NO PASSES Paid vacation At Stud. Welsh Breed. For appointment Central Air
I' WANT ADS Requires some experience In accounting Tim & half over aO. hours write P. O. Box 415.
Gainesville Florida. Your hone
debit and bookkeeping
THENO.1- WILLS\ machine __. Excellent typing Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC.377C4CJ. must have veterinary certificate. ConditionersbyTfl
skills required. Will train on maChine FveI2t"
1.TTRACTI'OfI\ OF ALL T'E if necessary. Salary commensurate '
with experience. WANTED experienced mechanic at 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
. TEENAGE REPLY TO: once. Mellon Motors. 703 N. Main' !
The CALL Director of IfvJustnal Relations St. Phone 374-7571. SILVER Miniature Poodle. 2 IPtCW.PIPUUI PllESIL ELECTRO-TEC CORP. WANTED one good second cook. male' and 1 male. 7 wks. old. Best .In equipment using Internally
Apply by letter to box 445-M car shots. etc. Registered AKC. Phone Insulated ducts designed -
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Box M7. ORMOND BEACH Fla.
DELIGHT .
of Gainesville Sun. 374-0872. engineered and Installed
An equal opportunity employerWAITRESSES
2 PROTECTED sales. a, service FLORIDA Pest Control i* featuring byALL
lOSS eNTmn. evening dining routes. "Y.... July 1st. Married his month Tropical I Fish and AMERICAN HEATING
1M 376-4672 room shift Irwv.See Miss Pecks" Mnt'esity man wltn car & phone. Average Tropical Birds of III kinds. We A AIR CONDITIONING CO.
.. US WHIt to start If qualified- also have children's pets and PH. 376-8268
WANTED lady experienced as dry enings In Gainesville Kerstone.. supplies. Call us for any of your
Color by DelUllt ow.c, cleaning checker. No phone calls. Write J. B. Moore el 7 e. Silver pet problems. FLORIDA PEST ine NB 23rd Blv*.
See Mr. Welch Stocks' CleaN. Sort. BlVd. Ocala FIL Ph. 42V CONTROL PET CENTER Fit 14 Kane Servicer'

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$14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open 6 acres 2 houses reasonable. NEWBERRY 3 BR Fla. Rm., OPEN HOUSE 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. 4 B R, trMevel spacious home
House Sundays 1 to 6 PM. Designed Cash or terms. Rt. 1, Box 49, 1 bath, kitchen living rm.. din- rm. Only $450 down. assume ideally located near Littlewoodand
THE TIME IS NOW. & engineered by U. S. Archer Fla. ing rm. Block home with 2W loan at s4 per mo. By owner. I' Westwood. $26,430. Down
Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 acres of land within city limits. 1937 NE 7th Ter. pmt. 51.300FR 2.5398.
sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond, Get In The SwimFREE Price $14,000. Phone 473-2459. WOULD I lkrgU.'inU1ll1g(
brick veneer 2 car garage. you buy a $20,000 home BY OWNER. leaving town 3 BR
Watch for opening date of new for considerably less Located in 2 full baths, lR. Fla. rm.. DR.
model home. Alachua Homes Inc. lifetime family membership BIG VALUESFOUR an atmosphere that offers heart's breakfast rm. & tile kitchen landscaped
Call Frank Thomas FR 6-6690. In Carol Estates Swim Club and desire for relaxed comfortable 4 fenced yard. Over 2.-
Community Center to BEDROOMS TWO BATHS living. 25 minutes from Gaines- ft. living area. Plus 2 car ?
Do You Have A Room all new 000 sq
Apartment for 515,000. Cent. heat.
only
nice .
ville. Here Is your opportunity.Write
Hugh Edwards with
home 521.900 good terms.
Builder CloseOutBUILDER buyers. 37o.Florida garage.
shaded lot. Excellent close in lo 1 .
I 7971. box 444 M Gainesville Sun. 912 NW 36th Dr. FR 64134 or
cation. Good See
financing. this
must sell a limited number -
Or House to Rent? one. SPACIOUS HOME in select neighborhood 372-3572.
of new homes In one ofGainesville's Park. CCB home, oak strip I
beautiful floors. 3 BR, ONLY $76 PER MONTH and 35.000 sq. ft.. central
most areas. 2 bath large livIng FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR.
Close to schools and shopping. room with fireplace, separate small down payment and you heat & AC. home located in Westmoreland
Inc. 3767971.A dining i Fla. I own this like new 3-1 home
Hugh Edwards room room kitchen ca"1 Estates. On city sewers, pavedSt
with built In stove and dishwash- NW on paved street. Cent. 421.100.. med. center Univ. Rms..
REMEMBER-A BR, IV* Bath I 2 Ig bath Ig family
rental vacancy COSTS COOL BUY 3 er. Central oil heat. Window air carport. Ut. & storage. area 929 SW 13th St. Rm.,
& dining
Rm. living area.
AC. WW carpeting drapes HW $12,000 BUYS this extra clean 3
floors fenced yard. $97 per mo. conditioners situated on heavily 1 bath CB home at 52> N.W. We have Central heat b.Jilt.in kitchen I including
a of rental houses
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit Including T & I. Owner leaving. wooded tio. Price large$29,000 lot with with lovely substantial pa--' 36th Drive. Only $750 down. Stove. listed. variety GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards .
walk to schools. close to
Phone 372-3784, 719 N. W. 19th Ref. and dishwasher inclJded. A
Lane. down payment. 1614 N.W.14th REAL BUY. Coil KITTIE FEIBER U of F & medical center FHA
Ave. By appointment only. AIR CONDITIONED for rail comfort Wilbur Bishop, Realtor $22,700. Down payment $1,700.
Home With IncomeJUST FR 4-2045. in this Brand New 3 BR 2 Office 6-5081 Home 6-7108 Immediate occupancy Drive by
bath CB home at 3669 N.W. 16th 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler
LISTED live in newly dec. ARTIST-DESIGNED HOME I
near
Ave. Half Acre landscaped lot. NICE Brothers, 372-9545 daily 376-9048
home and rent Finley School unusual'
orated 3 bedroom many
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU garage apartment to help make features. 3 BR, 2Vi bath Ig. Dream Sidewalk kitchen.to schools.Double A small carport.down 3 Bedroom, 1 bath home, living night.
monthly payments. Owner will panelled study Ig LR with room. dining room kitchen and
finance. Realistic price of $15,000 cathedral ceiling, sep. DR. Ig. payment will move you in. oak floors throughout. Four biks.
EVERY DAY until iris rented : and immediate possession. Call K with dishwasher Ig. screened from Littlewood School. Good E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
now to see.ALACHUA. porch carport AC. Lg. hedged UNIVERSITYREALTY terms $500 down. $90 per mo.
patio, beautifully landscaped Call 28965. JR.
shady lot, dead end street. Sept. ,
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: REALTYAssociates 1 occupancy. $22,000 with sub- 2 appliances BR frame screened cent. heat kitchen Homes, Lots Income Business -
stantial down payment. 831 NW porch. Pay. And Lake Property
20th Terrace. By appointmentonly. ments $6150 mo Negotiate Farms and Acreage.
Member Listing
$40 per mo . $1.33 per day 635 N.E. 1st St.Multiple 376-2448 376-0547. W.1115 M.N.Munroe Main St Broker Ph 372-4351 equity.8th St. Ph. FR 2-7809 1815 NW E. -CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.

Arie T. Smith Realtor Assoc. S. 638 N. MAIN ST.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Mabel Gore. AssociateNE BY was OWNER Parade of nice Homes.brick 3 veneer BR 2, Rosy Roy McCann.E. McLaughlin.T. C. Douglas Frank 2 modelled bedroom In frame Archer.house Large lust re FR 6-2032 Broker FR 551YOUNG

2 yrs. old 3 BR IVi baths, den. full baths complete kitchen oak lot. $4500 total cost. Call 4952146.BY .
$55 mo . $1.83 day brick patio & barbeque, fencedin floors central heat & air cond.
per per
OWNER 3 BR
yard with trees close to many trees. Brick enclosed patio Jr.FORDYCE roomy house
I schools pool membership. S84 with barbeque. Big 2-car garage. convenient to Littlewood School.

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day monthly payments. Phone 376-4911. Littlewood-Westwood very close. FHA guaranteed balance $12.500
FHA appraisal $21,000. Only $93 Equity of $1450 for $450 down and
house, screened
5-ROOM ERAME mo. after substantial equity or take over contract. Avail. 2 wks. AMERICA
$.65 per mo. . $2.16 per day porch reduced for quick Goodman sale. go FHA. Call FR 2-0774 for appt. : REALTORTraditional FR 2-6477.
$2,495. Phone Cephis

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 528-4384. Williston. ; HOMESNo sni
For Sale by owner. 3 large bedrooms JWK
Florida room hardwood Quality Homes
$75 per mo. ... $2.50 per day floors 2 full tile baths, CCB
home. $17,000. 1110 N.W. 36th 3728404HOME styling and quiet living In this 4 Money Down
bedroom 2 bath home in N.W. WESTVILLAN.W. COMPARE !
21265.
Ave. FR
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day and income In Nortl1 est. Gainesville. Almost 1500 sq. ft. of VA
WHY PAY RENT? New Listing on attractive duplex. living area and a delightful lot. :
New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile. Live in your two bed-oom apart Equipment includes built-in oven 16th Ave. Minimum.FHA
$2.83
$85 per mo . per day bath $65 per month. Located on, ment and rent the other. Only and surface unit. Only $16,000. .
S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some $17.500.00.DELIGHTFUL. Call Fordyce & Associates Inc.. I THESE HOME VALUES

$90 per mo . $3.00 per day Trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. very convenient two to bedroom the University.house 376-1236. 6 37th St. Close to Schools i BEFORE YOU BUY
LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath Woodland ,
Lovely large living room with
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day Terrace Home full appliances fireplace, cool screened porch. Paneledliving TERMSWALTER Churches I
Included. Excellent condition. =nniutnnsiinlllm! =wm=
large bedrooms shaded I lot.
room oak floors central air-

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Easy N.W.financing.35th St.Call 372.3793621 SPACIOUS Shown and by appointment gracious three only.bedroom shelves conditioning are and only built a few in of book the ShoppingOPEN i SAVE! The I
following are ready for
BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 bath extra two bath home in the preferred many extra features found in this 10 AM.6 PM
large shady lot. Ig. utility area address of Black Acres. 4 bedroom 2 bath home in the occupancy.
big kitchen with skylight terrazzo You will like the hardwood floors, N.W. section. Over 2.200 Sq. ft.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. West panelled family uom, large of living area and only $25,500. STUBBS, LOCATED / /
amount of closets and the IIJIDIDJIIIIIIJIJIII5
Call 3330 & 3320
morland. 376-7993 after 5 for nppt. Fordyce & Associates, Inc.,
modern kitchen. Available to- 376-1236. INC. 600 BLOCK
BY OWNER Carol Estates 3 BR, morrow at 524.500.00. NW 30th Ave.
2 bath kitchen equipped option NW 34th ST. 11 15 NW 40th Drive 3 BR. I bath $500 dn, 177.
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS al. 4'/j% mortgage. 1121 NE 21st J.W.KIRKPATRICK. Beamedceilings "We Trade Houses" 82 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn.. $96 per mOo

Ave. Phone 372.1316. walnut paneling and brick PHONE 372-7070 per month.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR., fireplace exemplifies the beautiful 4617 SE 1st PI.
CCB. near Stephen Foster School. Realtor interior of this 4 bedroom. 2 bath 2024 NE 16th Ter. 4608 SE 2nd PI.
FHA evaluation $7,200 $250 down. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404( home in the N.W. Add this to 2.- E 3 BR 2 bath, $350 dn., $89 3 BR. 1 bath, $400 dn, $68
Member Multiple Listing 000 sq. ft. of living area on a per month.
$46 per mo. to a qualified buyer. oer mo.
726 NW 34th PI. ASSOCIATES: spacious lot and you can't pass it FOREST ESGAINESVILLE'S
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses tor Sale I Floyd Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. up at $27,000. Truly different. Call 1115 NE 5th St.
2 BR frame neat and clean. good W. Recce. Capt., USN. Ret. Fordyce & Associates. Inc., 376- COLORED 303 SE 38th St.
NEWEST 08 3 BR, 2 bath, .
BY OWNER Finley School Area. I condition city water shady lot 1236. $350 dn. $88 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. }64
month.
BY OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR. Spacious 3 bedroom house in 50 x 120'. Immediate occupancy. DUPLEX RENTALS per per mOo
2 bath. cent. heat. built-in kit.. quiet neighborhood. 2626 NW 2nd easy private financing. $200 down. Redfra
huge screen porch paved dead Ave. FR 2-0992.. $55 monthly. Located at 1312 SE end street shaded lot reasonably 2nd Ave. near busline. See it and trees surround the fenced yard and 3 BR, 2 bath, $650 dn W
priced. Phone FR 2.2371.LITTLEWOOD WEST PARK phone FR 6-7170. patio of this 3 bedroom 2 bath Norwood per mo.
2030 NW 55th St. home in Florida Park. Oak floors I
FRAME house 4'/2 ac.. 2 miles
AREA By owner. low down payment. 3 and a fireplace add to the cozi- *
east of Starke. Drapes in 3301
4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living bedrooms payments less than central heat. termite every treated ness of this home. A lovely neighborhood -
room IN PARK LIKE SETTING
huge I
rent. Phone F R 2-0258. also. Only $18,500 and Hope NW 30th Ave.
area. central heat built In kit. 2 pecan trees on property; lot with circular drive, underground
available under F.H.A. Call For. 4 BR. 2 bath. $600 dn. $89
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High with drive added. Call
3 BEDROOM 1 bath, CCB screened landscaped sprinkler system. dyce & Associates Inc.. 3761236.Investment.
2 blks. from Littlewood elem. porch. air conditioned. central I 9692821 964-8801. Very modern 3 bedroom 2 "H" per mOoIIImmlllllllllllllllimllllilWDllllIDIIID1III
school. Ideal for Ig., family or heat 2502 N.E. 12th Street. FR OPEN HOUSE 3 BR, 2 bath. cent. bath. Large living room 5 Inc.
family and elderly persons. 26729. i heat & air cond., wall to wall with sliding glass doors to
Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 NW SECTION BR 2 baths carpet, draperies. $15,500 with screened porch. Call 6-0817. This home and garage apartment is We Trade Homesor
N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. large carport l utility I rear terrace i $500 down. 4002 N.W. 13th Place. yours for the small price of $9,500.It .
NEAR UF F bedroom 1
of 3
PropertyronnnnainninnniinnnnniiniiiiiiiimDnniinii
3725516. has been reduced for quick
LAKE SANTA FE, $8,000. Completely excellent condition. Good bath. Gleaming oak strip sale. Do Call Fordyce & Associates .
terms. 3725756. HOME for sale by owner. Lot FOR RENT
furnished: house located floors fireplace recreationroom. Inc- 3761236. :
next to Buddy's Landing. Large LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 175 x 37T. Esther Williams Walk to campus or 5i
living room and bedroom with IS R. 2 bath cent. heat. built In swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th golf course. Only $400 DOWN ALL OUR HOMES ARE 124 SE 7th St.
large walk-In closet compact kitchen home. You can save Ave. Shown by appointment only. & $88 per mo. mcl. taxes FORDYCEASSOCIATES $8 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -
dining room kitchen and bath s $1500. Call FR 2-3826 or GR Call J. R. Crane, 3723631. & ins. to qualified FHA buy set g SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR, 1 Bath
room. Also-liar 'utility room. 5-5922 Melrose. er. Call 6-0817 for apot. INC ; $8 YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease $9} per Mo.
carport and storage shed. Gas I n 1123 S.E. 4th STREET
heat and air conditioned. 30 ft. 3 BR.2 bath home with screenedin NEW NORTHWEST Mid trees rolling Grace Multiple Listing Realtors FR 6-5301 or FR 67989llInlll1l1lllllllfIltlllJlllJrm1l1n"nnrmJnnrnrrnmnl
T.V. antenna. Will also consider porch. air cond., pool membership 3 Bedroom. 2 bath homes. Near lawns & nice homes. 3 BR Dudley Fordyce.Goulden. Broker 2 Bedrooms > Stove hood with light and fanS
lease. Cy Koperky. Earleton Flo- built-in oven. 14200. school. V.A. nothing down only 2 bath Fla. room builtinkit. Harvey Benton Associate Associate Large living dining area ) Double compartment sink _-ifl ._! _..! u.---nnmtmnmuismtmmonminlnninhlllhillutRlBffiflfllButler :
rlda. Phone 4681717. Phone 3721038. $100 closing. FHA minimum Central heat. MODERATE O. C. Gay Associate Masonery Construction ) Venetian Blinds
NO DOWN PAYMENT 38ft.. 2 i down payment. N. W. 6th St. PRICE RANGE. Make 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
NW. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath bath. Central heat central air and 37th Place. an offer on equity & as- Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and
home. Central heat and air conditioned sume mortgage for one low
cond Northwest. $19,000. Call Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
Out of city limits deep 376-2927. NORTHWESTClose monthly payment which Includes EYES RIGHT Large double sliding door Insulated Attic
well. R.E.A. Power. taxes & ins. Call 6-
Paved Streets
$60 Month. New, CB home, low to school and shopping. 3 bedrooms 0817. See real dream living In Shadow Linen closets Closets O Close to school and bus stop Bros. BuildersInvites
REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath built. down payment. See at 210 S. E.
2 bath home with family
Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Back storage closed ) Planned play grounds
in appliances small down payments 20th St. Call 3723576 or 372. This Is a very nice home BIG. OLD & CHEAP excellent
room. ,
monthly payments $85. Located 4692. for the growing family with only location. 3 apartments with D. Oliver. Bldr. S Washing Machine fixtures
on SE 28th Place. Call FR $1,500 down payment. good income. Call 6-0817. Ph. FR 2- 166
22372. FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor West on NW 39th Ave. past For appointment call 372-5321 or 3275322Take
Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. the Glen Springs Intersection. Youto
3 BR. I both. CBS. $350 HOME FOR SALE' BY OWNERAT I DAN BYRDAssociates. E. "Bill" Harris Associate See sign on northeast 8fh ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.
down, no closing cost $59 APPRAISED VALUE OF 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817
mo. FR 2-3233. $17,500. 3 bedrooms 1 bath with Inc. Res 376-2927 or :3727943. ..
space for future bathroom. living Jack DeYot Realtor. Member: Multiple Listing
FINLEY AREA. For quick sale. room with fireplace separate AssociatesE.
3 BR. 1 bath. dining room. screened dining room screened porches E. Holloway Christine Stone "PARRISHPRESENTS left.WIN Palm View Estates
porch garage $2000 down. detached 2 car garage brick Walter Stoddard
approx. $87 per mo. 1735 N. W. veneer construction. Excellent 925 NW 13th Street 3722511 HOME
7th PI. 372-8553. condition. Household furnishing Call night or day THIS
FOR SALE OR RENT optional. Located three blocks
Mason Manor 3 BR 2 bath from school and two blocks from NEWLarge I
A-C Built.in Univ. Campus. Shown by appt.
G. E. Range.
2620 N. W. 10th Ave. only. Call owner at FR 6-6336. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home i1 A new community of distinctive -
and
with beautiful family room !
CIII 372-7561 after 5:00 P.M. MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom fashionable
WORK SHOP sep. dining room. Lovely built-In and homes in the
Central heating
9 Bedroom large comer tot screened CAROL ESTATES, 3 BR IVi bath kitchen with oven, range dish- 2 bath home. I
porch. Carport. $60 per month. dining rm. Fla. rm- Ig. util. washer and disposal. Central heat air conditioning. Lovely fenced Northwest.
1001 N.W. 24th Avenue. FR 2- rm.. fenced back yard near and air cond. Good terms. Phone rear yard makes Ideal play area t-
for children. Convenient to schools
7882. schools & churches. 372-8776. FR 2-8965.

IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had ''t' Featuring :
on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry
IN THE home on nice Florida Park lot.
FUN within walking distance of Gainesville ;k FHA homes from

High Schools.ANGLEWOOD.and J.. J. Finley Elementary ;

$ 1 6,000.520,250Down
Almost new 4 bedroom -
2 bath Contemporary home. I : .
from WOO M
Central heat and central A-C. Down payments
Fenced back yard. Family room
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A.. : L- beautiful built in kitchen. Immediate I
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occupancy.A I Li VA Loans Available

PERFECT HOME beautiful and -w.--
SUNBOATS spacious for gracious living locat- [
ed in a choice Westside location
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with
swimming pool and lovely patio.
living room with fireplace separate & 4 BEDROOMPalm
& MOTORS dining room. large family and the TAPPAN appliances in it 3
roam: carpets and drapes Included
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
loads of storage space. central
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing heat and air conditioning.

Boats. ir Plywood fishing boats. 24" GRILLS GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter View Estatesis
ITS": LAPSTRAKE .. ... .. S29S S.c9.50 HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR
14 FISHERMAN ..... .. S7951T3 $50-" and must sell 4 bedroom., 2 bath the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will

EASY: WITH TERMS STEERING OR CENTRAL.... S34S. THE TACKLE BOX GOOD 723 YEAR N. Main SERVICE 372-3S37 STORES home.built-in living kitchen room and family sere room.ened deposit in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of this home. planned for professional men and their

CHARGE The Heart Of East Gainesville. porch.conditioning.Central heat Priced and to centralair sell. Hundreds of other valuable prizes. too. And nothing to buy. All you families. .

FRANK Check with Charlie have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you
PHIL.POTT'SSPORT NEW WESTSIDE restricted residential -
FR 2.1791.ADVERTISE List of Classifications to choose
MODELS
CENTER subdivision acre lots. paved visit our model 1 home.TAPPAN FERNWOOD
from streets. Inside lots S39 so. corner
Home of HUNTER Fiberglass lots S4250. Select your homes'te
Fishing Beets.McCULLOCH now before the next increase. Built-in appliances as featured on
Motors. MURRAY Skiing Swimming-Diving. from $12,250 up

Canoes.Trailers and JACKSON Sailing IN TIlE Fishing Equipment. M.M.PARRISH THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet .

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Golfing Equipment.
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FR 25011 or FR +489! Tennis Equipment.
EIMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY:
& ASSOCIATES. INC.H. .
Mon. Thru FrL 5-4 pm. Sit.4 Baseball Equipment. Wayne Hill Helen Graham model home on NE 1st Ave. in
Other Times by Appointment ALACHUA COUNTY'S Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish I MODELS
ONLY DEALER Where to Fish. 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2.5375 I

Sun Want Ads SEA HORSE JOHNSON MOTORS ,

SALES AND SERVICE ; Plus many many more. I McCOY'S Ii J\Iigh1and\ WRITE WIRE, PHONE or VISIT
Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper I Court Manor
Get Results Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Macoma Homes, ,

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601 S. MA'N ST. SERVICE DIRECTORY Sale very attractive 3- 1fl Dark
bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617 TT
E. University Ave j walking
distance to Lake Forest I 372-9545 day -7-9048 night

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I I CLASSIFICATION INDEX I LEAVING Town. must sell! 3 Bedroom f :. ENJOY Lake Santa Fe. year ROSE'S Lawn Mower Servic. I VOLK FULL SIZE

1 bath hardwood floors. around. Attractive home furnished am back at old stan W. WEBUY

spacious living *V dining area. or unfurnished. Including boat. University Ave. I b. sell and FORDCUSTOM
\ ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Carport. $200 down or best of ( L\\ Ideal for couple with child. Reasonable trade. 1st class I always USED MOBILE HOMESTop I

1 Ia M...r1a fer. Take over payments. $41 mo. rent to qualified person. dollar paid, phone 376.

S Card ., Tnanka C1 Wanted .. B.T I Telephone 376- 401. GR 5-9494. REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag
A leader In Service
Lest Feud 11 Machinery Teals 1 BR house. lights 8. water furnished make decorative stitches, appli every way. MILLER-
4 Pertenallied SerIeesTrad (3 Betiding Materials E 37 Real Estate ExchangedWILL $42 per mo. No pets que, btoholes. monograms, etc. first. always. Federal Quality
4820 N.W. St. 372-
ft Inform atloe 44 HansehaU. c.... 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR Only payments $4jO per Homes 13th BROWN 2-DOOR

C SpceUI NoUcea CS Astlqses 25433. mo. 815 W. Univ. FR .. 5113 .. .
7 Florlata M H".. Far Sale trade waterfront lot for car. 1030 E. Univ. .'
home 3 NEW and used chain lawnmowers SPECIAL
small saws
Neatly furnished. $2096.00
to $5 000
n Lots from 1.250
CWII Caret Tra4Uir PaiUM priced
5 Baby Elttera. Article Wanted What have you? Phone GR 5-5751 Ig. rooms & bath all elec. kitchen edgers. tapers, lghtplant 104 x 2 Lot for mobile h.Sls F 2.3582
Places To G. And
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carport. Cool oak shaded cable. Mile
BeeAUTOMOTIVE C9 FB. ou Wotdie G P. Rippey Melrose Wsonsin. Bris S o paysPrairi.
Things To ,
t yard. $40 per mo. FR 2-8181. For
I cll FAI LANE E:
Baata Mario Eqaip.t1Csap.flunt.7t. tors. Rental, sales service
- 38 Real Estate WantedUF ADULTS only. 5 room house. 307 Meyers Power an. 230 NE 6-J PAINT I
71 Office S.E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane. 2-DOOR
'*s Alrplano Salei-Rentala 73 Mules Eiaipmevt MtrekanJlie 3723431. Uth Ave. Phone 3743411.CRIB BELIEVE IT

T7 HobQe Bomci far BaleTracka Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath. In good condition. $20. Misc.
'2. for Bale 2 Bedroom frame home completewith OR NOTSave I
i baby equipment. Phone JOB $1996.00
7* Trucks Wanted Ltttlewood Sept. Dr. N. Markel. TV.. piano. washing 3768

SO Tractors Track BcaUla REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I 188 Kenville Rd.. Buffalo N.Y.. machine & 'deep freeze. Locatednear FOUR-piece antique marble top $400. 10 x 44 2 BR furnished -

JIt Trailer Rentals 14215 Steven Foster School. Lot bedroom suite for sale. Phone only $3195. S4 down,
U Motorcycles Scooters 53 Lata far Sale = 100 x 14V. $125 per mo. Will 415. Hampton, Fla. $5409 per month. I

S* Antomeblle Repairs 54 Waterfront Property 40 Business PropertiesFOR rent to girt students. Inquire at IT'S terrific the way we're selling Over 5 models to choose from $3995 SHAW CiKEETER

5!$ AntomobUcs (or Bale U Reuses Far 8aJSt 5: Nation Wide Insurance Office Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and TRAILER MARTHWY.
M Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL Callages For Sala 5 2615 NW. 6th St. Ph. FR 4-2J24 upholstery. Rent electric sham-
17 Beat Estate Excltanted3S e SALE LOOKING FOR A or FR 4-4710. Pooer $1. McDaniell Furn. Co., 17 PHONE 3810
Real Estat. Wanted 5 SOUND INVESTMENT? Duplex Gainesville Shopping Center. SUNDAYS 1
NEAT 2 BR house with T.V. At
11 Ie..... bstracUe 55 40 Oat Buinest.f Tew.Properties Property Ii! apt.mm., from 1 mile Gainesville.west of Melrose.Access 25 to r-j antenna. 704 NW 34th PI. Call ELECTRIC range $10. good EAST PALATKA FLORIDAFor 238 W. Univerit

IS Music Dacelnc.SO 41 Residential beam semi-private lake as well as large FR 4-7225 after 6:30 P.M. condition. Phone 372-7725. HAWESPOWERSBODY FR
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Sale 1 BR air cond. turn
Wanted InitrmeUea Lake Santa Fe. Priced reason- l
49 Farms Acreage 5 9lf' r1xr Working girl would like to share SHOP
I trailer It enclosed cabana. Excellent
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G. P. Rippey. BURROUGHS Sensimatic
at
$11000
ably accounting -
house with Call FR 4-9814 ---
43 Colored Property Rentals same. --- ---
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales Melrose Fla. Phone 475-5571. after 5 P.M. : machine.Phone F.S. Serial S-48404P. and condition.P.M.FR 28. 6 611 S.W. 3rd St. -

17 Work Wanted Mala1C Ii! Excellent comer location zoned BR- SMALL turn. house. 1 block from Heights G.Fla. 473-4911 Keystone A .1 FR 2-0538

Work Wanted Female RENTALS 2. 89 x 120. Drive by 527-533 North new P. K. Yonge School. 3 blks. 10x55 HOME Crest. 2 BR, front and
14 Bales Help Wanted Main and call us for information water YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour IVi
to Univ. Private entrance. rear bat alr-o. wino --- ------ -
13 Help-Mile er Female 44 C.tlaei For Real I J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency. FR furn. $45 per mo. Call 6-3482 or 2VERY hearing. Our Free Examination and patio Ph 6
12 Malo Help Wanted 45 Famished Apti. == 2-8404 31 N. Main. __ 0443. will give you an accurate 1283. FOR THE
COREC
Dramatic reprt. Visit Gainesvie's HEAR-
.h Wanted 4 Untarnished Apts. g desirable 3 bedroom two 420 NEW MOON Metro 1963 10 x 40. TIME YOU'REOFF
U Female H 47 Homes for Rent Firm. = 41 Residential Income .
with fam
baths. Prefer man Main St. FR
I 913 4-0095. 3 BR front financed with
41 Honiei for Rent Usfurn.1I :it ily. Call to see this house be N'I I Liv. Rm. kitche. unfurnlslled.S200 .
FARMS LIVESTOCK Boorak for Bent e 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- tween4&7P.M.I1OSNW 6th ONE nylon beige rug with pad 5 for equity and take up pay. FR 2-1411 1
15 Ftrm E.nt,men! M Hotel Rooms x 9; 1 Porta Crib; 4 pairs of
St.
200 ft. ments. Phone after 5:00
ioining rental property.
)i fiberglass drapes. 50 x 84 1 Ice' 6
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27 Feed Fcrtlllicr2S St HI. Rentals Courtesy Of
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd 3 BR furnished house for rent un- 1 crusher; other household P.M. .
Llveitock SnppUea (1A Wanted To Rent E:: Iems.
Ave. Will sell together or sepa- til Sept. 1st. 1226 SW 15th St. Call 372-8374 ChevroletN.
University
SoD S3 Boarders Wanted \ 2 Bedroom trailer with alumInum -
ZS Landscaping Tap rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- Call 376-6859. __ 42
-. M Pets BnppUoa U Offleo Desk Space IS 4752 ".... SEWING MACHINES cabana conditioned Main St. at 6th Ave.

31 LlTtftock Wanted 81 BusIness Rental 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 944 Zig Zag like new monograms I' shady lot. pooL To & Country -

I 42 Farms Acreage rAWLAToss buttonholes sews on buttons appliques Lot G-2 Ph. 6960IT'S
FINANcIAL SERVICE fnt fancy stitches overcastsraw
"IC Bulneaa Opporttnltles 23 Special Serrlees D TWO bedroom house for rent. edges Take 4 payments at FOOLISHto DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS

11 HOOT .. LoanIMaaer 23 Horn* ImproTcmentc ACREAGE this cozy cardigan over Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange $440. Phe 3722051.DISCONTINUED pay more RECKLESS to ,
Msflgagei II Radio 4k TY service Operating stock farm, 460 acres slacks or dresses-1ft smart. Inexpensive Lake Marine Boat Works P. O. pay less. GET THE REALFACTS.
( WaLsdrwIIz.tuStIciffillsgfflS 25 Apnllanea A FunUoro 1 complete with registered Angus to knit. Box 221, Orange Lake, Fla. MURALS Payments as tow as WITHGOOD
herd. hogs and full line of farm Complete set
S1.9. $57.29 month with $300 down. POOLE-GABLE
No joining Knit cable-trim cardigan UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house per
equipment. 4 br. 3 bath main HARPER COOS .
..-- In one piece from neck down $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- LAKE GENEVAMobile
house lake and modern -
tenant on private house. IS miles from Including sleeves. Pattern 913: directions room house $40 month. Furnished W. 7th St. 372-4344- Homes Sales 119 SE First Avt. .

35 :Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale Gainesville. Reasonable. Call Mary sizes 32-34; 34-38 included. duplex apt. $90 month. FR OR SALE, 5 hot water tanks, 30 Rt. 10 SE Keystone Hts Fla. 372-4343

_: Moeller. 67466. gaL with gas heater attached also
Thirty-five cents In coins for this 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete FOR SALE or trade for house trail
2 Bedroom CB house $40 per er, equity In 3 BR house. cen-
15 cents for each pattern
pattern-add -
kW3. "Bedroom CCB tile bath SEETHIS 20 Acres paved rd. W of Gaines- for Ist-class mailing and spaclal month. Call 376-2927, t A.M. to 5 with gauges. Inquire Lewis tral heat all tile bath. 126 SE A
Jewelry Co.
Carport-and utility room. JT.OOO. ville. 12500.00 Call Mary Moel handling. Send to Laura Wheeler P.M. 70th St. Ph. 3720540.IT'S NEW
-WO down. US month. Phone FR ler. Now Specializing in Ladies' Better
Gainesville Sun Neediecraft 3 BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st
'7'3J55"days FR -4311 nights. spacious two story 4 bed- MOBILE HOME COURTNear Dept.. P. O. Box 141, Old Chelsea Ave, $100 per mo. University Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes 8 HERE !
Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print 372-4351. through 54. $3 Each. Exceptional FALCON
room 3 bath home with 2 sleepIng Realty.
BEVIKJ'ARMS section 3 BR home Gainesville on busy Hwy. plainly PATTERN NUMBER, Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER
\Jst.yr.\ : old. Large wooded lot porches NE located In a very desirable $9,900.00 Low down payment, low NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. 3 BR, 1 bath. 1414 NE 9th St. S95 DISCOUNT. If S.W. 1st Ave 12 WIDE Champion 2 BR

.208 xyr.. ,11500. Call 372-4050 neighborhood. ONLY monthly payments. BARGAINI Big. new 1944 Needlecraft per mo Call McKinney-Green. NEW 44
$14,000 with
for .appt. toNEAR : $1200 DOWN. Catalog-over 200 designs. Inc. 23417. DBL. BED $35; reclining chair. Buutif 34 one mel MOO 1 Down

1474 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry MARY MOELLER REALTOR only 25 centsl A must if you knit. RENTALS $20; corner table $5; util table. SPECIAL at ONLY S289S
see.M 1019 W. University FR 6-<<11 crochet. quilt, sew embroider. Send payments of only I
home with built In oven and 2.S cents. 2 & 3 br homes. furn & unfurn Ssi Ig. homemade desk, $8 BUTS MOBILE HOMES.
range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 "Selling Florida Since 1904" SPECIAL VALUEI 16 COMPLETE MARY MOELLER. REALTOR Phone FR 4-8782. INC. $ rr Per

per month. FOSSEY QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe new itt, W. University FR 4-4471 PORT. ice chest. $1250; 6 ft. 374-8341 DO Mo.
110 acres. rolling mostly cleared Quilt Book. For beginners experts. folding table. $10; alum. & plastic Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. Closed
SHOPPING $50000 DOWN-Large 2 bedroomtwo ::2 BR, Ig. yard near school $40 N. at city limits My Personal Deal
approximately Vi mile of paved Send 50 cents now lounging cot, $5; Call 372- Sundays441
story frame home near Kirby road frontage $200 an acre. near per mo. Call 3729455. 1012 NW 4871. across from Gainesville Livestock CALL or SEE START
3 BR, W bath N.E. like new. Smith School. ONLY $60.00 Alachua 39th Ave. Market.
CB const Cent heat & A-C hw per month. Realtor CUSHMAN Highlander frame complete OSCAR BRYAN
Ralph
floors shaded lot. near shopping. 45 Furnished Apts. 2 BR CB house parquet floors new tires. perfect condi
$14,80000.! Call Moeller. WE HAVE several FOSSEY tile bath. screened porch. shady Phone 374-3422. Shaw & Keeter
Mary 3 bedroom 2 Dick Robinson Associate corner lot backyard fenced for tion. $5. Motorcycles Scooters

bath homes with central heat, air 11 W. University Ave. Ph 374-1359 2 Bedroom kitchen, dining room children, carport. 726 NW 31st WE WANT TO buy late model 8 I FR 6-5371
BUY LIKE RENT conditioning and Florida: room In PI. Avail. July 1, used refrigerators. Exceptionallyhigh I I
I living room and private bath. $90 per mo.
the Liniewood I
School the
area Fordyce AcreageGoing Call 372-7921. trade-ins now given.WILSON'S MUSTANG Special, model S, per-
s. w. 3 BR. fine residential area Gainesville High School areas and Phone 374-4512. condition. must be seen to When
fire pi. family rm. shaded lot. Idylwild. ranch. $375 an acre with the EXCHANGE fet appreciated. $249. 1424 N. W.
Equity $1,00000. Take up pay. most beautiful rolling pasture. EAST SIDE 49 Rooms For Rent 111 SE. 1st Street. Phone FR 12th St. Ph. 374-4974. I

ments $12500 mo. Call Mary $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom Truly a gem. 67

Moeller. 2 bath masonry home In 180 acres 20 miles from town 60 GARDENAPARTMENTS LARGE room at 1228V.* W. University KODACOLOR and $ SAVE $ I :Your
Westwood. Large corner lot. acres In permanent pasture, plenty Ave. Hot and cold water BLACK & WHITE
of water fenced and cross TAKE up payments on a 1944 Honda
SHADY the PRICE of 1
LOT furnished. $35 for 1 persons 2 2 for BUY
fenced. to mile road frontage. PRINT Motor Bike. Call 372.71
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$57 month person $40 month. FR 4-2441 or except 35 mm -
Near campus. 2.500 sq. feet. C. John Merrill $14500 per acre. per upGainesville's 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. savings on 12 exp. roll
brick living rm dining rm. modern (0 acres suitable for cutting Into Finest $4 of KODACOLORUNIV. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS I

kit with dining area. dbl car smaller tracts. A good Investment MEN only rooms. Singles CITY PHOTO SUPPLY, INC. '62 VW $1395 Family
pt. Ig lot Mil Mary Moeller. Realtor at SI 45.00 per acre. Furnished or unfurnished and doubles. Call 372- 1021 W. Univ. Ave.
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
AIR CONDITIONING. Tuna up
MULTIPLE LISTING Fordyce Associates 9th St. Phone 376- 9222. Pest Control is NOW '
GIVE Associates: Marcella Pardl ment. 309 NE FLORIDA of Special. S250 for performance 60 VW $1040
supply
W. H. Buchannrn Inc. Realtors 40o. FOR 1 or 2 people, 2 rooms prIvate boasting Seasonal their Plants.largest Also us test. Al makes and models Vacations
Security to your family & buy this EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 bath private entrance. Call cll. Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air '
charming 3 br home with Ig famIly 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 month. Phone 481.2380. 3721444 or see at 1106 NE 9th for baths decorative of patio your gardening bird Conditioning Servicing Center. 59 VW$99
on beautiful "FREDARNOLD or any
study. Ig patio.
rm.
Ave. 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 22541. -
shaded lot. Price reduced. 7 /z acres. 10 miles out. FURNISHED air conditionedopts. problems FLORIDA PEST CON- .

$$14.500 call Mary Moeller. $2000 cashs. under construction. TO business or professional man TROL GARDEN CENTER FR
E. SAPP. REALTORPh. adjacent to bath. Must be sober. 4-2441 20 NW 16th Ave. SPECIAL auto painting $2995. Automotive
BUDGET 472-2000 Newberry. Fla. Avail. Sept. 1. $100 per Phone 2-09S4 1325 N.W. 4th St. 75,000 BTU Duotherm oil heater repairs and tune-up
month. CoIl Wayne Mason with blower. good condition. $25. I Miller & Sons 732 NW 1st St. IN
2 br, Ig rms comer lot. $3200.00 ACREAGE 3 S 10 terms.acre tracts.H. B. ERNEST TEW REALTY 51-A Wonted To Rent Phone 3729447. Phone 372-7915. 61 Comet. 4 door $995
needs work done. near downtown. reasonable. Cash or 61 COMet. 4 door $1095
Moeller. REALTOR Standrldge Rt. I, Box 49. Archer. 376-6461. FrIday Night Browsing at Treasure
Call Mary Fla. COUPLE wants 2 or 3 bedroom Chest in Fairbanks OLD TIMEY 85 AUTOMOBILES for SAL 62 Falcon. 2 door $1195
1 CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor. furnished house. permanent resI-
SUBURBAN HOME. Big lot on 4-rooms kitchen. bath porch $75 dents hou'e neighborhood must THINGS. odds and ends. Phone 61 Falcon. 4 door $995

MaryMoeller 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNew Archer Road. Shady. 2 Bedroom. per month. 1 extra large extra be nice. Ph. FR 6-9653. FR 6-1283. CORVAIR Monn.6 eqUippedwith 6 Comet, conver. $2895

construction nearing completion but spacious. S4 500 Drawback? nice air conditioned 1 bedroom FAMILY of three wants 23 bed Early American upholstered chair white side) DeSoto. $395 A

Handsome Southwest location 3.000 down. ARCH CAMPBELL, $125 month. L. J. Moratto FR room house, below $100. Five small maple bkcse. Danish wall tires. 8,000 actual miles English Ford $995
REALTOR. Phone 374-5707 2-4957. morning. Assume payments, small 6
and situated on paved street. noon or night. year resident here. Phone 22913 modern chair swings. equ
Will consider older car for E. Ford Cortina $1895
Home oak glass door book case. Blond ty.
comes complete with builtin 1 BEDROOM furnished
range and even, central heatIng 43 Colored Property upstairs or completely downstairs near 52 Boarders Wanted dining table and 6 chairs. limp eqult.. CII weekdays.owner at 3724441 60 Falcon . $695

system hardwood floors and shopping center. See at 612 N.W. I other household Items. 15 Fiat llOOSedon .
Realtor many extras. $23,000. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75 Nu Furniture Shop. 316 N.W. CHEVROLET '54 4-door, kylnder. 6 Ford $195 NEW
apartments. large living and per ma.EFFICIENCY. ROOM and Board for girls. Private 8th Ave. FR 4-4892. yellow and black. wagon
305 N.W. 23 STREETMost dining area modern kitchen with I bath Washing Machine. Phone tion. $295 Call FR 44804. 1534 61 Ford Galaxit
CITIZEN BAND RADIOS
lOlt W. University FR 6-<<71 air conditioned. FR 6-6083.
choice 3 bedroom 2 bath residence fan large storage closets terrazzo SW Uth St. 4 door .. $1495
: New and Used $40
Member Multiple Listing floors tile baths space heater private. adults only. S4S. 406
BROKER situated on more than an line of MOP, 1958 condition. like 59 Ford 4 door $495
MARY MOELLER. site. Beautiful and hot water heater, facilities NE 6th St. 54 Business Rentals Complete photo supplies Top
acre shade trees.
ASSOCIATES FULLER'S FOTO INC. new Interior. Call FR 56 Ford station
for washing machines and 11f.t wagon
This home Is well constructed and 3 2.3
ROOM 2nd floor. hot water furnished
W. Moeller Foster Kessler 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 7:30 P.M.
E. Dick Durbin offers prestige as well as convenIence paved streets. See at N.E. 26th adults. No pets. $50. See GARAGE space tor rent 'I) S.W. 60 Merc. Monterey $995 OR
for only 33000. Ter. or call. for appointment 372- 727 E. Univ. Ave. 2nd St. Call John Merrill!, Real SIZE 12 wedding dress. never worn. 1954 OLDS. air conditioned, automatic 63 Mercury
5321 or 372 S322. tor. FR 2-1494. Call FR 4-8912 after 4 P.M. or transmission good mechanical
McKINNEYGREEN FISH CAMP FOR RENT MOBILE HOME 50 weekends. Ronnie Young Breezeway $2850
HOMES FOR SALE x 10', with private lot fc T. V. SMALL warehouse with platform tor Phone conditi, ext. 19 or 372 63 Peugeot 404 $1995
Restaurant with 4 cabins situatedon 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE Uth St. & Phone 374-8550. trucks loading & unloading, in 1958 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson 372-11
a river near Gainesville. Completely SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. city limits. 1132 S. Main St. outboard engine 300 hrs. total 681LMUST

DEATONREALTORS equipped Including boats ment. Some small down pay. LARGE 2 bedroom duplex furnished Phone 372-8433- or 37617 running time. $98. Phone FR SELL, leaving sch. Top
and equipment. This is a going ment. Monthly payment S57 to apt. with big living room cond, all n parts. Volks CRANELNCOLN.MERCURY USED
business. Call for details.ECONOMICAL $&5. Also homes built on your dining room kitchen and lalou- WAREHOUSES new concrete 2376.VACUUM wagen. FR
block building with units.For 2-75
large
lot for no down payment. sled porch convenient to down- CLEANERS paint lob. Low .
CONVENIENT I Call TOMMY RIDGELL town. $80 month. Call FR 6-3070. rent. Reasonable. Close to Used Machines
SO Bi>IM..r Phono PR -4175 downtown area. Call 376-675. $15 up-25 to choose from ALFA ROMEO Spider Veloce '60.
Yet spacious this large 2 bedroom HOUSE TRAILER. large lot. plenty ,
and Excellent condition engine recently -
for the children. Metcalfe KIRBY SALES Cr SERVICE
home Is available for immediate
of
shade
couple preferred. $1207Ph.
overhauled. New top.
Howard Bishop schools two blocks occupancy. Good N.E. lo 44 Cottages for Rent Phone FR 45377..ARGE 56 Business Opportunities 712 N. Main Ph. 374-7110 FR 21052. 516 S. MAIN ST. CAR
this B.R. 2 bath
away. See 3 cation. Attached garage. family
home Monthly payments including room, separate dining room $11,- FURNISHED. I BR cottage all 3 room apt. Available at 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. T.V. antennas S3 single stack. 1963 VW pass. stat. wagon
taxes and Interest $98.00. Call 500. electric tile shower, good ventilation once. Nice & clean near Univ. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity $7 double stack. $13 completekit. (Microbus), 2 tone green. clean. 376-2425
FR 2 3417. located on Santa Fe Adults only. Water furn. Phone for the right man to get in Brants. 513 NW 8th Ave. excellent condition Inside and

LAKE FRONT PROPERTY Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- FR 6-8819. the bowling alley business with a SIX year old G. E. electric range out curtains in windows, separate _
ACT TODAY: 90 Acres on sprlngfed lake with sand 1169. NICELY furnished convenient small amount of capital. Call FR good condition. $75. High chur adjustable drivers seat. ---- -
4-2441 FR Ask for Mr. VW
or $2 Phone 374-5770. 2iSOO miles wth:
6-293
downtown area. $75. Adults only.no .
bottom. Estimated 4.000 front feet
A property 100 by 133 ft within COMER'S Lake View Beach on Haynes. care and Inspections economical
three blocks of Court House -Corner on water. Price (43,000 with 29 Big Lake Santa Fe now open Store.pets. Inquire Lillian's Music SEWING MACHINE 40 hp motor gets 25 or more VACATION TIMEIS
lot Two story frame pet. cash down. Swim and picnic. Furnished cot. GROCERY SORE. all ,colored 944 Model Dial .atc Zig Zag mile gallon. For sale for

dWelling4 B.R. 2 baths -Can tages by the week. For reser- NICE 2 BR furn. apt. with private trade have good no credit or collateral.Call must. like new, hle. overcast cash (pr you finance) at S1800

be purchased at RIGHT PRICE- vatlon. call 448-1129 Earlton. bath & entrance. Large front FR 4-7231 days or FR 2-0441 applique fancy Call 3765. TRADE IN TIMEIF
Call FR 23617.ANGLEWOOD. ARNOLDRealty EN1 modern furnished cottageson porch hot & cold water furnish nights and darns mentis etc. Assume 6 pay 1944 Impala. new, 2300
Sunays. Chevrolet
ed. $58 Ph. 29704. ments $7.10 each. 815 W. Univ.
Lake Santa Fe by week or 2-9195 per mo. or EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r Ave. Ph. 3741075.ADDRESSOGRAPH. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost.
season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. Phone FR p-4404. John Baldwin.
CompanyMultiple Service Station open and

An attractive well 'built home situated Listing Member 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan 2 Near BR furnished University.apart.See at with 411 porch.N.W. Ing business will lease to do responsible feeder and equipment 2 listers., InCluding 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- YOU LIKE MONEY. .
landscapedlot. with t
adequa e
beautiful party
3 on B.R.a an4 2 tiled baths. 121t W. Univ Ave. 3723522 Lake 376or! by week 475-5273 or month. Phone 15th St. or call 2-4447. $40 per capital. Sinclair Refining Co.Phone Also Graphotype card cutter for top coupe air conditioned
Associates: Peter SiegJane and five sections of platecabinets LIKE THESE
Large patio wall to wall car Caldwell f. W. Hodge mo. FR 6 or 26512.IEXACO plates on caster basis. Phone G. 4 speed transmission. Car I YOU'LL

pet In dining and living area. All Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo 45 Furnished Apts. 3 rooms & bath close-In adults INC. Keystone Heights is parked on Univ. City
modem conveniences Priced to Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene no pets. Water furn $55 per mo Mlsa. 4731 Bank parking lot. See Mr. PRICES
sell Call FR 2-3617 for appointment. FR 2-4421 or 3721633. Has flood dealership opportunities
3 Bedroom 2 bath. near shopping available In the Gainesville, area. 36000 BTU commercial air conditioner Foster or Mr. Johnson ot
center and schools. $8,400 mort CLEAN living room lust refurnished REDWOOD APTS. 4401 SW 13th St. Moderate Investment reQire with outside water cooling the bank.
ASSOCIATES gage. $7055 month Including taxes newly painted. 1 BR apt. one 1 BR apt. avail. immediatelyNew Paid training program .vlilble. tower. 3 office desks & chairs 503 Classic 770. 4-
J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol and Insurance. $3400: GI equity at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per modern, air conditioned. $90. 1 station at Main and .. SW 2nd Ave. 1944 VW. radio seat belts open- RAMBLER automatic
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire tor S1700. 2202 N.E. Sth St. mo Immed. occupancy. Phone One 2 BR house avail. July 1st. also Interstate 75 Available. Con 12.500 Ing back winows. side mirro 1963 1 Door,
Multiple Listing F R 22895 62472. Weseman Realty. Newly decorated & new furniture tact J. A Rewis. 3744091. 2AMANA air conditioners luggage undercoat Air. Power steer-
_
BTU and a 1 year 220 transmission radio heater,
air conditioned. $110. Water & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYFOR U.50 od. 8.000 miles. $1650 Phone ,
garbage furnished. Call 372-4721 volts. Both $400. at
FR 24792.THINKING bucket seats.
TRUCKERSGET Gainesville Mlnature Raceway. ing brckes,
,
ERY attractive, spacious, UP- Into the growing transportation 20-Inch about buying a good power . . . $2595
controlled
TAPPAN Clock .
I stairs 2 BR furnished apartment. business as an Independent sports car? Only $1200 will put Beautful car.
SERVICES Only $70 per month. FR 6-5270. contractor. Earn top money. We oven, rotisserie burner with a you In a 1960 Alpine. Extra include Cross Country wog-
705 N.E. 2nd St. need men 25-50 who own or can brain. Regular $399. This week wire wheels WW tyres,
buy late model lW2Vfe ton truck only Free 30-gallon glass lined heater. Call 374-7824 for an. 1963 RAMBLER on. 660. Automatic
ONE BR. 212 SW 7th St.. W to tow mobile homes nationwide.Must water heater included. See Fuil.

per mo. Call McKInney Green. be able to pass ICC physi gas 376-53 1 S.W. 1st Ave. Alfa Romeo Spider. 1943. Phone transmission Air. Reclining seats.
Inc. Realtor FR 23417. Contact Carl E. Trig. Na- $2695

I Home And Business FURN. Apartments close In. caL tional Trailer Convoy Inc.. Phone FOUR good piece sectional; S135 Call sofa,372-4785 very 195 37U3 PLYMOUTH. 2 dr., V4 AT. Low mileage. Nice . . .

I vat* baths & entrances. 1 prl-I 4227281 Holiday Inn. Ocala. Fla or conditi 41 SE 8 St Apt-._A. 8 h. looks good runs good. 2-Door automatictran5mi-

S40; 2 small $35. No children FOR SALE BY OWNER tog -- Phona v6.5926after S PM.o CHEVROLET '
pets. 3763636. 1963 $-
business locations with 70 Boats-Marine Equip. .
HEY !
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BulldozingSMALL RemodelingDO CLEAN.section. quiet 1 block apartment from Hotel In Thorn-nice each. Call potential.J_ P. 'Crane 100 372 x -3 2 I have for sale 1941 Chevrolet eonvertible sion, radio i heater, 6 eyl., $1945

.. as. Good bed. front and back entrance NEW Fishing Boats painted and with a one week old toP. nice . . . .
bulldozer, loader dump YOU NEED, Florida room, extra screened porch ceilingfan. 61 Wanted to BuyCASH ready to go 8th Anniversary new Interior, new tires all I '
trucks fill dirt, lime rock. TopsoIL room, more room, roof work. water furnished. Adult couple 15 day June 1st to Uth around. Mechanically perfect 4.Door 770' Clal-

Phone 372-7S44. or maybe a complete new home? no pets. Available June for your used re 10 ft. $24.95. 1 ft. $39.'5 I yearsIn For details call 3727145 after 1963 RAMBLER .ic. Bucket seats
furnitre.
For a free estimate & guaranteed 27th. Phone 4-3558. stoves same loltl Turn East at t 00 PM. weekdays anytimt Sun ,
& Backhoe
BULLDOZERS Dragline.
wheel tractors. motor Waters work.372-8C49.phone Carl C LARGE 3 room apartment. Available frleratDrs.. FR 2.33. WillIamsService post. ofice. Lake. Marine Frank Dickerson. Boat- day. twin floor shift. Radio, heater.

grader. Free estimates. W. G. It once. $58 includes: water Center Read Orange <<1. P. O. Box 1960 OPAL, excellent condition 20. . $2395
'B uctO Johnson. FR 6-621.. CARPENTER desires work add and gas. 305 NW 1st St. Cal Works. highway Lake. Fla. 000 miles. Call 37o-1lS4 after 4:D Extra nice. . . .

I tions & repairing. Phone FR 376-2012 or 37-7S61. 62 Machinery > Took 221, Orange FOR SALE FORD, XL 500.Fatbac Galaxie 500, 4.Dor, Hardtop -
Landscaping 2-6102. BOAT good for fishing or Iiin.Steeri 196 details call 37- 1
ADULTS only. One or two bed- VOZ FORD automatic transmission
Bolens Cub Tractor 7 2V4 years meanis lt I ,
rooms. Call J. R. C'ane 372-3631. hp .. must 6
I Sewing Machine Repoirt old.35'S twin Ittlcmt Stvde Station Wagon. 4 dr.. 4
1
FALCON C
Radio heater AO
LANDSCAPE SERVICE FURNISHED garage apartment very good coltl sell. 448-1200. 191 auto trans. ,

Srass.Sod-Garden MainNurserystock CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER Conveniently located adults only. b s at 3811 tires 8H.good and condition. S900. f W. steering . . . lUyaV
of all kinds.CREVASSES VICE CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. no pets. Call FR 21823 or FR Ave. 2.6 Less than 73 Musical Merchants power
NURSERY 370-1075. We repair all 2-3794. half original ns. 9707 and 2.580IMPAL 4.Dor, automatic
Landscape Co. MakeS Work tully yuarentend. SS Hard Top 1942, PG I

FR o-2514 for free estimate. i FURNISHED and comfortable.apartment.25 minutes Clean.from cool 64 Household Goods WURLITZER .. WW tire Extra*. PS &clean.PB fac. 1 1962 RMBLER transmission, radio -

TELEVISIONPICTURE Gainesville. Access to big lake, Arias No 1 piano and air R a. H. P heater power brakes, reclining -
ADVERTISE IN THE good fishing. $45 per month. G. T-A-G APPLIANCES Ears Piano Co. FR 2- 14. __ ,

SERVICE DIRECTORY P. Rippey Melrose GR 5-557. Tested and Guaranteed Gainesville's / Wurlit- le 1owner, ver low $1595

Appliance Repair & ', TUBE Repair Special. 11 FORDYCE RENTALS 42 Rerieato fr S3* VP sir Ave Dealer Phone, 702 W. University 26 SWAP CARS mileage, like new . ,
Mortgage Broker per Inch plus Sia to install molt C S up 372-2
3 Bor.. A-C NW location. $140.
Air Conditioning tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special! 2 Bdr. NW location. Fum. $100. 1 Washers from up TRUCK LOAD very fine factory WILL 1957 OUsmobila M hi Stat Wagon,
from $49 u" tra
Reconditioned TVs from S*M. Dryers GUAR
FULLY RAMBLER
with prem-
3 Bdr. SE location. semMunu pia 1961 automatic transmission
reil citi -
MORTGAGE MONEY THE VARIETY STORE $75.00 2 Food-Freezers fr$99 "p MUSIC turn II eonOition -

HANDYMAN SHOP SVt per cent Interest. Terms to 7 SE. 1st Ave. 1 Bdr., SE location efficiency\ furn. 2 Dishwashers S uo STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. tire. JH I _Koy. radio, heater, air
from up ,
10 Sets
U years. 4 Technician's with M years tperience apt. $5500. T FR condi$1495
First In air conditioning and Appliance BUY BUILD REFINANCECall all makes. JIM APPLIANCE CO. 531. seats
on
4 Bdr.. SW location tmfurn $185 VOYLE Wonttf Honing reclining ,
repairs. We sell guaranteed *19 372-5 CONN 10" belt excele 87 Automobiles ,
washers refrigerators etc. T. V. SERVICE Many more to choose from. N I 'veP tro Phone F
276
PR 64267.Appraisal. Dan Byrd Ph. FR J-2SM PROMPT DEPENDABLEOpen FORDYCEAssociates Rep cii S WANTED. Fords SET.00" $895
t25 NW 13 St. to o-Closed Wed. at 1 P.M. 14 CU. FT. refrl PIANOS AND ORGANS CARS Al ISS 1961 FORD : .

Service FHA and conventional at lowest KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE Inc .ato. Lar freeze. o Several name brand pianos and a.Ice tievrolet5. Hem S.
current rates. Terms to 25 5hele Au payments o In Stltl Falcon Wagon Automatictransmission
421H NW. 1Qt Ph 372-31" organs .s o tell ,
years. Will gladty discuss at no REALTORS 15 per oI studios. sell It 1 1701 FORD
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. 924 W. Univ. 74-1234 GDYEAR SERVICE STORES discounts. Grldiey Music Co. GAINESVILLEAUTO '

W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Tires Alignment I 372-3 I Gainesville Shopping Center. FR . $ I 095
Radio heater .
FR 2444
FRED B. ARNOLD 31 N. Main SL Ph. Broke Service 46 Unfurnished Apts. A lit volt 11JOO BTU Coldspot 25353.UPRIGHT SALES ,

REALTOR FRED B. ARNOLD room air conditioner '6 model a n good tune. 4- Door, automatic
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL VACATION SPECIALON 220 volt 14X00 BTU room pan 1007 N. Maia St.
REALTOR CdP Sl 1957
SERVICE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS famous nationally known' Mohawk NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kntnen air conditioner '41 ml Lc D P 376 o 1 FR 26313p4orthcentral DESOTO transmission, radio.

IfI' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3523 tire . Save uo to equipped. S40 per month on I Kenmore electric range 'r TUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS Pone brakes Mt!

Hit W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 37J-3S22 50% on rIM tires. Se* our new years lease. Ph. 374372 flays. even and rotisserw oven. for ti faI Many. to Florida'sLargest heater, power steering, power ,
wrap around retread that gives 374-7327 evenings. model. All In excellent citi choose from. 1 owner Must see
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Auto: Equipment GLADYS- Smith Realtor. FHA more mileage & traction. Lamer .- I Cat 372t aNi., Gainesville Music Center Dealer $895
5 room a. bath downtown "... Ave. Independent . . .
and conventional loans. Lowrates. Tire Co m N. MA' < rlffl9.tewe. Adults no pets. 3.51. 1023-25 W. Unl. to appreciate . .
Terms to 25 years. 122S .For .
water turn. $40 per moo FR 2- 66Misc GIBSON Lei Paul electric gar
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & W. Univ. Ave. 372533.F. Tree Service 4421 or 372-1433. and amplifier, carrying case SPECIAL

exchanged Repair kits! tor H. A. & Conv. Loans I T-V ites S3 single stI $ In cord and shoulder strap. Cal Value Rated
SERVICE New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor
Walker Jacks. Factory author- FORDYCE t. ASSOCIATES. INC A I TREE S13.00 FR 2-1409.
$75.00 month. Call John ctl sta
M Service Walker Agent. Hydraulic HULL BRAKE Jack _.M W. Univ REALTORS 376-1236 Pruning.blemg demossma I tree removal.bracing Cavity& ca- Merrill. Realtor.per FR 2-1494. Ji Vo. 4. NW I Ave. Used Cars 1959 CHEVROLET SedanDelver.

SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. work & tree feeding. Lawn service 2 BR apartment large living room. REMINGTON elec. te.good Automotive
Main FR 7-1497 PAINTING and maintenance. Licensed kitchen equipped, nice uM lo cii $11 .n. ':0 B&G MOTOR CO. Extra
& Insured. Free estimates. Troy cation. No children or pets. P. 3 77 Homes fo Sale $795

Auto Glass Exterior decorating and painting. Thames. J7o-2 40. Jack Hoov a r. Phone FR 2-457. FOR SALE OR TRDE t 35mmExakta Mon Cadillac OldsMobile . . . . . . .
Fc.. estl".tes. Phone 372-M14. i 444-3481 Gainesville. Fla
accessories 13fh St.
TWO bedroom apt. available immediately cliS l 2001 NW Many Other Used Cars to Choose From

AUTO GLASS .is our only busl I Truck- 1 lower level of duplex PI 376 WYATT- ---
Winch -
11e50.immediate Installation Plumbing stove and refrio situated/ DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY ------ MANY WITH NO DOWN PAYMENTRIDGWAY

free pickup &. delivery. Add about 3 blks off campus. 1105, Chairs k a I No money
beauty & valu to your car SEWER INSTALLEDNEW WINCH TRUCK SERVICE NW 4th Ave. sat PI". me. Phone oow, per t Trailer SalesHome Raulerson
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. a. used fixtures complete 10 ft. and 32 ft. booms FR 4-5*n. Free estimates pickup c Motor MOTOR

323 N.W. tin St. FR 1255L plumbing service -BlG" JIM Welding and metal shop 2 PR duplex avaiL Juty 1st. Stove lIvery service AH w guar. of
HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb- 4411 NW oth Street and refrigerator Included, plenty teed. Phone 374-7784. Mle Hom s 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD CO.

log FR 2-1519. PhonO 372-M3I closets and &r;. screened porch. TRADE your ctl to operate Shasta a Atrea
Call 37-S435. ELECTRIC heater and Trail 372-5285

UpholsteryUPHOLSTER WINDOW CLEANING SPACIOUS. distinctive first floor $48 $015 new wlte glasslined GAS Denies FI Ml iio Hot Home el A-l Used CarsCARSTRUCKSJEEPS 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
ADVERTISE IN THE I' not
Much more
furniture at WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned apt. I ... tile bath electric kitch water llte. Silver Si Blvd.
SERVICE .DIRECTORY reasonable prices.your Call Salty.Experienced. and waxed houses washed. 10 en. Single faculty preferred. Also Wlt a 1t' half the cost w 1m S 61S apes iMttay ) .I .

FR nIL 4241 yrs. .1I rllncL Free estimates. 1 BR furnished apt. Phone J7t7312 ARCHER GA. PROPANE P. .

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16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 23, 1964
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Civil Rights Bill Was Tried ,

WE JUST COULDN'T WAIT




100 Years Ago Didn't WorkBy : WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESSIN


OUR NEW STORE AT ,
JAMES MARLOW tion against the Ku Klux Klan, by the government to get treat- a bus. But until 1954, it never i by saying the principle of segregation -
Associated Press News Analyst and so on. ment truly equal. Any appeal declared the 1896 court wrong] was wrong.
WASHINGTON (AP-It) was: One in particular, passed in for the first half of this centurywas 2317 S.W. 13th STREET .
supposed to have been done almost -1875, said Negroes must have hopeless. Negroes hopedthe
100 years ago. But the Su- equal treatment in inns, public court would undo the 1896 Pierce Wulbern
preme Court was different then. conveyances on land or water,1 ruling. I Murphev
The mood of the nation and the theaters, and amusement
times were different. And Ne- places. I But it never did until 1954. It 33 V2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 376-1291 v
groes? They had no power, But, despite all this effort by knocked out, beginning in the Members New York Stock Exchange 1
1930s, various forms of unequal Much of our new merchandise has not been received -
hardly a voice. Congress, by then Southern Robert W. Kuhn Harry S. Myles
The civil rights bill which states had begun passing segregation -1 treatment, like back seats on and building needs a few final touches
Congress is going to pass now laws. And in the North,1I I I. our
is.in essence a I I before it is completed, but we just couldn't wait
repet It ion. of
This
what was tried Bag any longer.
after the Civil AN ANALYSIS ,
War. If it had

the worked historyf the, What the News Means \

America would ona We have so many beautiful things for your hometo
have been dif
ferent. show you that we decided to open our doors for

Before the war Southern I Negroes-didn get equal treat:
formal at a
business now and have our opening
"black codes" imposed penal ment. They were discriminated Bog- fr
ties on Negro slaves not only for against everywhere. later date when everything is complete.ainesville's .
crimes but as human beings. It took eight years after that
They couldn't testify against a 1875 act for Negroes to take to.
white man; it was a crime to the Supreme Court five cases of Is a "Badge" er
teach them to read. discrimination which, they felt,I '
The Civil War, and the 13th violated the law. For example,I of Distinction! I Come in and see G most beautiful furniture
Amendment of 1865, abolished the case of a Northern theater! \ \%
slavery but new "black codes" which refused to admit Negroes.' MOST OF the time your car- store. We are protfd f of it and believe you will
began to appear. The freed men By then the Northern politi- rier-boy looks and acts like ?
weren't freemen. The'codes put]cians were getting tired of the any other teen oger. But when enjoy seeing the many lovely things we have selected
restrictions on them that did struggle to get Negroes equal he puts on his newspaper bag, I
not apply to white men. treatment. The Supreme Court i he becomes an alert, responsi- -_ for your approval.
Strong-willed men in the Re- reflected this mood. I ble young businessman who
This how it performs a vital service to the
publican run Congress, over- was interpretedthat
shadowing both the Presidentand 1875 act: It was only intended community, as well as to the

the Supreme Court, rushed' the court said, to forbid I newspaper.is one of the A few newspaper opportunities route Qiatltt51tt 11 e OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY
through two additional amend- states to pass laws denying Ne-
modern world wherea
left in our
ments, the 14th and 15th. groes equal treatment; the lawdidn't young man can earn a ( NIGHTS TILL NINE
The 14th, making Negroes citizens apply to discriminationby I weekly profit take trips S
said no state could deprive individual white people. 1 win prizes gain valuable un
them of the privileges and immunities Southern states piled up business training and
of citizens; and the segegation laws and in 1896, develop poise, confidence and I
15th said no state could deny the Supreme Court blessed such initiative.If '--
.. citizens the right to vote. laws by reasoning that was fallacious you are between the ages
Thus Congress sought to free on the face of it: the :>f 12 and 16 and would like
Negroes-there were 4 million court said Negroes could be: more information on how you
slaves at the time of the war, segregated so long as they got! can become a Sun Careersalesman Does YOUR Son Have a Route

27 million whites-in their social equal treatment with white men.i i I call FR 2-8441. A If not urge him to apply for the next M LuMtihM
and political life. Negroesnow The treatment was, and be-, representative will be happy to route open in your area-where he can
number about 20 million in came, very unequal. Between: talk to you. turn spare hours into earnings ana
a population of 192 million. 1875 and 1957 Congress passed I training.
To make Negros' citizenshipreal no more civil rights acts. From!!
Congress backed up the 1896 until 1954 that separate-but- 2317 S.W. 13th St.
amendments with a series of equal doctrine of the court remained (1r tfnt5\1il1 iun
civil rights acts: the protectionof the law of the land. I j
all laws in all states as-I In time, a long time, Negroes,
surance of voting rights, protec-.,once again began to seek action!'



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