Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Missing Rights WorkersPHILADELPHIA

Miss. (AP) A posse of lawmen combedthe House mission to look into the a lonely 'road northeast of this

Federal and state agents resumed swampy area in this east mysterious disappearance of central Mississippi town.
and intensified door-to- central Mississippi section. the young trio. "
door and gully-to-gully search Allen W. Dulles, former Chiefof The charred hulk of the sta- Philadelphia is the seat of justice r-
for County,
at daybreak here today for the Central Intelligence Agency tion wagon used by the trio was
three missing civil rights workers. expects to leave for Missis- found by FBI agents late Tues- "Bloody Neshoba" by Mississip- _
a.. sippi this afternoon on a White day at the edge of a swamp off pians for its history of settling an
t feuds by gunfire. OARS
The FBI clamped a lid on

f GOP Leaders Protest most Mississippi of its investigation.A highway .patrol- hy wde

man told a newsman: "The FBI
has taken over entirely.

Ii r > LBJ Call To ActionWASHINGTON Highway a house-to-house patrol units search conducted late-

into the night. More patrolmenwere

expected today.

(AP) President can convention," commentedRep. reported insistence that Con- Missing are Andy Goodman, __ _
,( Johnson's call to Congressto Melvin R. Laird of Wisconsin gress enact the civil rights bill 20, and Michael Schwerner, 24, uy.- n

go on a six-day work week chairman'of the GOP Plat- and start action on his antipov- both of New York City, and Freeman At DARE Luncheon
until next month's Republican form Committee. erty program before the conven- James Cheney, 22, Negro from
national Convention brought an- The'committee starts its sessions nearby Meridian. Dr. E. T. York Jr. (right), University of Florida provost for agriculture, chats with

gry protests today from GOP in San Francisco July 6, tion.The They were last seen Sunday his former boss, Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman. (Sun photo by Eddie
President said at
a news
.House leaders. one week before the convention night in Philadelphia after Che- Davis)
conference Tuesday he wants
"It just isn't fair play" said opens. Many members of Con- work and ney paid a $20 fine for speed-
Congress to longer
Republican Leader Charles A. gress are on the committee.
act on about 30 "desirable" ing.The LBJ AIDE CLAIMS HERE
Halleck of Indiana. Many others want to air their White House announcedthat
"This looks like an attempt by views before it. proposals before adjournment.He President Johnson had

I the President of the United The recess outlook has prodded the legislators to ordered Dulles to the state to

States to sabotage the Republi- dimmed because of Johnson's give his proposals their "fulr at- coordinate the probe.

I I tention six days a week until Dulles will confer with Gov. Poverty Not Politics
"b '"K'1 the Republican convention" and Paul B. Johnson, other top state .
then return to work after the officials and the FBI on the

convention. progress of the investigation.Gov. By BUZZ MIXSONSun velopment cf opportunity In panied by market-building con-
I Few Due To Meet Leaders had planned to seek Johnson, who earlier had Area Editor rural America. sumer programs.

final adjournment before the told a news conference the high- President Johnson's antipoverty Freeman concentrated h f stalk "Even if prices of farm prod-
Democratic convention opens in way patrol would search unre- message was brought to on the community pro ucts were what they ought to
Atlantic City Aug. 24. lentingly for the missing youths, Gainesville yesterday by a Cab- grams. He said that problemsof be-and they are not-and the
Scranton in Miami Johnson listed these mattersas said he would welcome Dulles. inet emissary, Secretary of Ag- rural America are far deeper farmer were to have a parityof
among those he wants Con- "So long as Mr. Dulles is ob- riculture Orville L. Freeman. than can be solved by the bargaining price in the mar-
jective, I have no doubt that he traditional price support he
keting place-which does
gress to act on: Along with the message came programs
1 would be happiest if he Mass transportation, wilder- will find that law and order pre- the admonition from Freeman and other commodity not-there would still be deep-

of be the No. 2 man," he ness preservation, area redevelopment vail," the governor said. that it was the hope of the programs, even when accom- (See FREEMAN, page 2))
The station wagon was found President that the
education assistance, antipovertybill
about 100 feet from State 21 15
those planning to at before Congress will not
Securities Act amendments, wa-
the Scranton affair was ter pollution control, foreign miles northeast of Philadelphia, get involved in this year's political Bi-Racial Group Reports I
where Owl Creek backs
Fairfield Brown of Tam- aid, federal aid for hospital campaign.
state Republican chairman construction, extension of the form a backwater slough. Freeman was the speaker at
to chairman of the delegation. food stamp program, pay in-, There was speculation that a luncheon meeting of the Uni- Year of 'Peaceful Climate'
the bodies of the three civil versity of Florida's Operation
Associated Press for government officials
poll creases
to of the 34 and rights workers were somewhere DARE, a program fathered by By JEAN CARVERSun ers were openly invited
delegates yes employes; said
under the dark, cold waters.
Provost for Dr. E.
showed none had chang- Extension of the debt limit Agriculture Staff WriterA the committee has been takento
or his mind since Goldwater and emergency excise taxes, The station wagon was towedto T. York Jr. to develop agricul- year of a "climate of task for not communicatingwith
against the civil rights the international coffee agreement a garage here and kept under ture resources effectively.The peaceful negotiations" was the community."This .
guard. Two FBI laboratory secretary's talk was devoted cited
yesterday by members of was deliberate
aid for highway construction a stepon
technicians were to study it to- mostly to President Johnson's the Gainesville "
taken two interest taxeson Bi-racial Com- our part, Yates explained.
previous poll, equalization
showed dele- investments the day.Schwerner anti-poverty aims and mittee in the group's first an- "Some things are best to come
ago, 221 foreign an-
who had been the role that communities
to progress report. to the city's attention
Goldwater's bid medical gradually
favoring ti-poverty program, as- working in the Meridian area should take in the fight to "eli-
Formed last May in the face than in a headline."
the nomination 11 sistance for the rehabil-
uncom- elderly,
for several months, Cheney and minate the paradox of pov- of racial violence tiver The
proposed community is
and one opposed to him. itation of the Appalachian region entitled to
Goodman were last seen about erty in the midst of plenty in theater, motel and restaurant know what the committee is
his wife and three housing, nurse training "
: 10:30: p.m. Sunday, leaving Phil- the United States. desegregation, the appointed doing, he added.
children were to arrive assistance, immigration law revisions
adelphia in a southerly direc- But, Freeman told the 500 or committee has met Much of what the committee
at 4:15: : the land conservation, juve-
p.m. gov- leaders at the
scheduled to address nile delinquency, sales of I t tion.An so agricultural weekly during the past year. has accomplished or is accom-
was luncheon "It is the President's -
FBI agent said the station plishing is
"Howmuch has been accom- intangible, Mrs.
Florida's Broadcasters As- food abroad and water
surplus fervent hope, and that of
wagon apparently was be Clara Gehan explained.
plished can never accur-
at a dinner meeting.By resources research. around him that this I I
burned Sunday night or before everyone ately measured," the report ex Jobs are now open to Ne-
dawn Monday. national undertaking will not plained. "However, because groes that weren't a year ago, I
Goodman was one of 175 out- get involved in this year's political members of the two races have M. M. Parrish said, and edu-
Held for Prison Break of-state volunteers who arrivedin campaign. It is purely worked together for a common cational improvements have
g accidental that the Economic -
t Mississippi over the weekendto good; because members have been made.
take part in Negro voter registration Opportunity Act (antipoverty been able to exchange ideas Negro member Tom Coward
It Again; Foiledwith and education projects bill) is before the Congressat and understand the mutual said job qualification, rather

after training at Oxford, Ohio. this particular moment, problems of both races, it is than hotel, motel and restaurant
JIM McGUIRK prisoners is allowed to just before" the political con- felt that much indeed has been desegregation, is a primary -

Z. Sun Staff Writer wear a gun. ventions. accomplished. The degree of problem facing the community -
men awaiting trial here "It's just one of those things. York CriticalNASHVILLE Freeman complimented the community wide support and .

J"of a prison break tried it again Any one of them can jump you Floridians on "the spirit of dynamic cooperation has been most "You can open large numbers
night. any time you open a door, the Tenn. (AP) growth in Florida agri- gratifying." of places in the commun-
R. C. Allen World War I hero Sgt. Alvin culture" and then launched into
describing sheriff said. ity and people won't have
however the
Much remains
York has been placed on the an outline of the USDA's three
he termed a "jail inci- He had Idea what their in money to ," Coward
no be done several areas, the go explain-
critical list at Veterans Hospital dimensional called
said Donald D. Barnes program
10"I plan was, if there was one. here the of "Three C's." report concluded.
him as he was transfer- as result pneumoniain the ed.He
prisoners from a day room "You can't talk to those his right lung. The three C's, according to Greatest needs are improved cited large numbers of
J."I cells on the second floor boys," he said. "One of them "He has developed pneumoniaand Freeman, stand for: ((1)) Com- housing better job opportunities Negro families on welfare,
two story jail. only had six weeks to go in the his blood pressure has fallen modity programs; ((2)) Consumer and more effective voca- "seemingly with no way out of
prison and he'd have beena tional and the slums and illiteracy. Theseare
of Barnes grappled with the camp said a hospital spokesman."This programs which serve those professional trainingthe
Norman D. Payne join- free man. may be due to a blood clot who use food and fiber, as well committee concluded. the fundamentals" of race
the fray "and attempted to "How can you deal with in the lung, which he has had be- as those who produce it; and Chairman Chester Yates, not- relations.
Barnes by placing his someone like that?" Crevasse fore, or a blood stream infec- (3)) Community programs ing that yesterday's meetingwas During the past year down-
over my mouth trying to said. tion. He is a sick man." which are vital to the full de- the first time that report- town theaters and most Gaines-
ville restaurants and motels
me to the floor, Allen re ,
LITTLE BIT MORE FOR MANY have desegregated, objectionable
jailer was saved by four signs in public buildingshave
When they rushed in, disappeared and the com-
immediately ran back to munity employers are becom- 1
True FormBy
cell and left Barnes to be County Budget Requests to ing aware of the need for

the jailer said. greater job opportunities with
) Barnes 23, and Allen, acceptance of those who are
escaped with two other men visor of registration, Is asking qualified, the report stated.
Sun Staff
$42,735, up $11,000 cur-
the Prison Conferences during the
Camp here in a costs of county government Alachua L rent appropriations. Her office year
breakout June 4 in by the committee included representatives -
the trend is up. s was rapped by a grand jury for
they seized guns, held of the Hotel and
That shows in s
guards at gunpoint and pattern budget COUNTY ci procedural irregularities. She Motel Assn., city and county
pursuers a three county requests heard so far by the wants money for additional staff officials, Alachua,General Hos
Alachua Board of County Com- 3 and other moves designed to
before being recaptured. COMMISSION pital trustees, school officials,
missioners.In improve operation of her office. of Florida I
men are scheduled to three ._ ,. .,.,.,. .... University Student
budget hearings to a.--' <'--.F"---'F ;> : -; <' ':': i ,! for
arraignment Friday on The juvenile court is ask- Group Equal Rights, Chamber I
date, the commissioners have of Commerce
of local bankers
escape, larceny of this *
ing $47,930 year, up $16-
spending requests from 29 of
and aggravated as- More .Lincoln High School student t
Action 21 000. The court's operations were
the 36 The on Page
arising out of the prison auditorin leaders, Negro PTA Council
criticized by a private
their chance
get next Negro school principals
escape. ,
who said the court is i
Joe Crevasse said no Tuesday. -grant every dollar asked-and some department heads ask May Alachua County pupil assignment .
would be placed against Total amount of requests is there is no indication that they for more than they expect on understaffed, underpaid and officer, NAACP and
men for their attempt last about $1,733,533-49 to date. Thisis will-the burden would not be the theory that after cuts are McDonald wants to raise staff CORE representatives, local
about $187,333.67 more than much heavier on the average made they still will have what salaries and hire more help., builders and the president of

got enough right actually was appropriated this taxpayer. This is because the they really need. Traditionally -Sheriff Joe Crevasse, whose the Gainesville Boy't. Club.

," he said. He called the In year. The difference is. ten per number of taxpayers in the commissioners approachsuch department is a major expense Members of the committeeare

unfortunate." cent between what agency coming fiscal year will be noticeably budget requests with their item to the county, is asking Yates, Mrs. Gehan, Coward -
said the prisoners would heads are asking the comingyear greater in Alachua paring knives sharpened. more money. He wants to raise M. M. Parrish City Commissioner '
have gotten far even if they and what the commissioners County. Also, inflation narrows However, some pleas for,, ad- salaries, buy more equipment Ed Turlington, f
been successful in getting gave them this year. the actual difference betweennew ditional money likely will be and hire an animal control offices Mayor Howard McKinney,
the jailer since all the All budget requests are for requests and past grants.It handled kindly by the commis- Donald Hart, Dr. E. A. Cosby,
doors were locked. the fiscal year beginning next is likely some spending requests sion. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, Fred
men would still have Oct. 1.Should. will be trimmed by theaunmissioners. Some examples are: Eleven agencies presented Alexander, Gladys Smith and '}

... unarmed. No one dealing th C commissioners This is because I Mrs. Alma Bethea, super- their budgets yesterday. Rev. William Shea. \

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I r .2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, June 24, 1964 .L .

r =- Taylor To'Give, Wedtlier' Roundup Florida Fair Group Has Money Woes I

., .aana A II' \ .. Like a housewife pondering :much in unallocated funds is a check for $25,000, representing Chamber of Commerce manager I
E the problem of how to make a left local money to be matchedby ; and J. D. Odom, a fair offi
B. \
Tight Command ::: ..: r:: \.., skimpy household ,budget cover I The Bradford Ass ociation I the state. cial. I

r iIIIotGICU ':'. '\.\... all needs, the State Agriculturaland has already received $25,000 in' Thomas recounted the historyof In other action at the meeting,
.c C \' +wruat Livestock Fair Committee matching funds and will have to the Bradford County Fair presided over by Commissionerof

By FRED S. HOFFMAN will have under him two old ZONE VX-._-'\. yesterday considered how to wait until after July 1 before which started off as a projectof Agriculture Doyle Conner

WASHINGTON (AP) Gen.! friends in key spots-Lt. Gen. tonight A Partly and Thursday'cloudy and with warm scattered today, }ir' ..... \ make $141,775 in available funds becoming, eligible for further the local American Legion the committe refused to rein-

Maxwell D. Taylor, who has William C. Westmoreland as thundershowers. High today M to 14. s cover fairbUIldIngrequests -- Post some years ago. He said state the State Fair at Tampa
Low tonight 70 to 76. Variable winds 5 .
never known defeat, flies to U.S. military commander and to 15 knots. \ i w \ :suqR the fair was getting nowhere and the Greater Jacksonville
South Viet Nam within two I veteran diplomat U. Alexis BCD E F Widely scat \ I=' \-, totaling Convention City until the Legion members decided -Agricultural and I n d trial

weeks to take over as U.S. ambassador .! Johnson as his political deputy. tered afternoon' and evening E \ \\0 $285,000. they should turn it over Show, which were placed on
Although congressional reac- thundershowers, becoming \----- The committee of to the community.He probation earlier this year ,for
He Is expected to f \,= An, Account a MeetingConcluded
provide a single tight and uni- tion to Taylor's appointmentwas tle more numerous on Thurs- .ssMe\ ,. at a three said the fair has now alleged violations of the .state

fied command over U.S. civilian .mostly enthusiastic Sen. day. High today 90 to 95. Low \ I i: hour meeting at in GainesvilleBurn grown to the proportions where anti- gamblliigcode..
Morse D-Ore. called tonight in the,70s. South and \ the Farm Bureau -
and military efforts. Wayne .. s additional building space is State Fair Manager M; E.
Johnson's decision to nominatea southwest winds 8 to 15 miles .- Building
needed for livestock and for Twedell made a plea for "re
In South Viet Nam, Taylor agricultural
here decided to defer assistance.
military man "a calamitous per hour briefly higher near .\0.. finally and educational ex- moval of the cloud which had
mistake." Morse served noticehe thundershowers.H final approval of requests until State Rep. Arch Thomas Jr. hibits. been placed over the fair and

will fight Taylor's confirmation Scattered mainly afternoonand next meeting time. was the chief spokesman for the He offered to go
LBJ none early evening showers through Thomas, who is president of its directors.
in the Senate Foreign Re- Thursday.Low tonight High 70 to today 75. Southeast in the low through 90s. m r ltd 1, Fair associations that are almost -' Bradford delegation. Along with the Bradford Fair Association, so far as to remove all concessions -

lations Committee and on the southwest winds 5'to 15 miles per. hour certain to receive their requests -blueprints for the new facilities, was accompanied by G. T. Hug- from the midway if all
becoming gusty near
,End Talks Senate floor. J Scattered showers through for state matching funds he presented the committee with gins, county agent; Pete Novak,. other fairs would do otherwise. (
of the
members In the 80s.
Most other Thursday. High today upper
: Low tonight in the upper 70s. Southeasterly GAINESVILLE WEATHER include the Levy County Fair ...... ....--- "'" ,
committee, including ChairmanJ. winds t to 15 miles per hour V
and asked for .
Exposition .
: D-Ark. voiced becoming gusty near showers.K Municipal Airport readings t :;
\ Little Gain Fulbright, Scattered showers through $2,500. Approval of this requestis I'
warm praise of the selection. Thursday. High today In the upper 80s. for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today:
East and Southeast winds 8 to 15 miles contingent only on recept of
: Some committee members in- per hour, becoming higher near show High 94 at 3 p.m., low 67 at
I the charter and
2i>ui flora-aim*& terpreted the appointment as ers.TEMPERATURES 4 a.m. No rainfall. organization's ,
ELSEWHEREHigh proof that the organizationhas
WASHINGTON, President another sign that military oper- Low Preclp ALMANAC ar; .
fee simple title to the
91 prop-
Johnson: and Turkey's Premier will
Viet Nam }
in South
ations Miami 85 94 79 70 1.86AfI.nta .26 Sunset today ................. 7.34 p,m. erty on which a fair building is
: smet Inonu''ended yesterdaytheir be intensified at the risk of war Tampa 91 70 .12 Sunrise tomorrow ........... 5:30 a.m.
conferences. on the Cy-; with ,Red China in an effort to New Orleans 91 73 Full Moon rises today ......7.20 p.m. proposed.
Boston 83 63 The eclipse of the Moon tonight begins Calvin Winter, mmittee ___
Prus crisis with a brief com Communist takeoverin before moonrise. It wil become
the prevent a Washington New York 78 82 47 73 here total at ..... .. ... ......... 7U pm. secretary, assured the other S .
munique stressing validityof Southeast Asia.'Today. ... ,. I
t Chicago 85 u and remain total until 8:58 p.m. _
the 1959 treaties which led to Kansas City 80 64 The Moon leaves the umbra (full sha- members that these items are
( the island's independence.The Denver Ft. Worth 95 81 47 10 dow of the Earth) at 10:04 p.m. forthcoming.First _

Los Angeles 74 5% MARINE FORECAST priority for the state
otherwise Seattle 71 SI EAST GULF: Variable mostly south matching funds will be givento
communique announced that CEDAR KEY TIDES 5 to IS knot winds through Wednesday.
Thursday at 2 35 and 1:11 Scattered showers fair associations who have .
High : a.m. mainly during afternoon -> I
Johnson and Inonu' had "cov In HistoryBy p.m. Low at 7:33 a.m. and 8.33 p.m. and evening. not previously received these
i ih
ered ways in which present difficulties -
funds. In this of
might be adjusted by Five Forecast category I
I Day fair associa- "
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS quests,were some
and ---I
negotiation agreement, ll
tions who did not meet the ) _
and underlined the "urgentnecessity" Today is Wednesday, June 24,
for such accords the'176th day of 1964.'There are Temperatures will average dropping into the 70s at night. fication of having a feed simple ,

:aimed at a permanent solutionof 190 days left in the year.: normal during the five-day per Scattered showers were fore- deed to property involved. ,
cast with most locations The Bradford Fair As- .
the Cyprus problem. Today's highlight in history: expected County
ending Monday. Normal
On this date in 1948, the Soviet ed to accumulate one to two sociation presented a request
Beyond this,. however, there Union blockaded all land highs average near 90 with lows inches. I for $25,000 with which to expand :" "No second best _
were no visible indications that facilities at Starke but 'M
present ,
traffic between occupied Berlin :" :"..
the series of meetings had produced approval will have to wait until r'
and West Germany in a dispute .; : for nie.l .
\ any promising concrete The next day }More after July 1, and Ute amount re-
formula to solve the crisis that I over currency. I ceived will depend on how .'..>:-: ,:: .,,>,,.<.' That's
American and British planes AboutFreeman -" why
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continues to threaten an armed began to 'supply the city in -a : :,' ; '..,..:',:< ." \
conflict in the Mediterranean. : { ,:
airlift which lasted 321 <
Today Johnson will embark gigantic Institute .... .... ..... '... ----S .

diplomatic upon the second intervention phase in of the his days.On this date in 1520, the Spanish From Page 1 Gets Underway t'm going Greyhound to tIle World's Fair!"

of Mexico, Her-
I Cyprus question when he opens conqueror seated ills of rural poverty," 'and wisdom. .that democracy I
two days of consultations with nando Cortez entered Mexico Freeman said. 1 can achieve the fruits of abundance -' GALVESTON (AP) Ground Go first class. Insist on exclusive Greyhound Scenieruiser'Service,

Greece's Premier George Pa- City.In. 1793, the first French Re- One of the movements un- : that science and technology Tuesday breaking for ceremonies the Shriners were Burn held including picture windows, air conditioning, reclining seats fully

pandreou. publican constitution was adopt- der way to improve rural com-said now offer to all mankind." Institute, the first civilian Burn equipped restroom.Go Greyhound to New York and the World's Fair. 1t
munity living, Freeman :
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, University -institute in North America..
is the Rural Areas
ed.In Develop-
j' Melon 1940, Marshal Petain's president, was toastmasterat Research and treatment of
ment program (RAD). Some of the luncheon in Florida Exclusive Seenierimer( Service ot no extra fare tor example:
French government signed an Gym. severely burned persons will be
these: RAD community groups, I O.W. O.W. R.T.
armistice with Italy.In in Freeman was introduced by Dr. combined at the institute. The Los 65.90 118.65 R
\ including some Florida, New York, 31.05 Angeles '
ReportTHOMASVILLE 1941, President Franklin D. have proved to be "the most York, who once served under only other facility on this con- Washington 23.70 R.T.\\ Miami 8.80 15.85
Freeman as Federal Extension 29.10 Detroit 31.00 55.80 .
Roosevelt pledged that all pos- dynamic force ever formed in tinent specializing in burns is Chicago
sible aid would be granted to Service director. I at Brooke Army Medical centerin
Demand counties for community better- 1 I I I I I I
GREYHOUND TERMINAL 516 S.W. 4th St. 376-5252
I for watermelons contin- Russia.In ment," Freeman said. The luncheon was the concluding San Antonio, Tex.

ued and the market was 1945, Adolph Hitler's per- The secretary said that RADis event of a series of Operation The $3.3 million, three story -

I I slightly good stronger, the Federal- sonal flag was dragged in the not considered a governmental DARE meetings which burn institute facility )ViII provide Remember..only Greyhound takes you to and thru the World's Fair!

State Market News Service reported -dust as the feature of a victory program, but a "people's began in April. I space for 30 patients.
parade in Moscow. "
this morning. program. "
Ten years ago Many areasof He called on the Florida agriculture Jr. -
I FOB prices yesterday per Des Moines, Iowa, were .leaders to join the' High PupilsEncouraged )
hundredweight: 13. 16 lbs.-average flooded when the Des Moines other leaders of rural Amer-I' \

$2, few low as $1,75; 17- River reached a record high ica to enter upon this "new ToGo \

26 lbs., $2.25 to $2.50; 28-30 crest. and exciting aspect of commu- a

,1 lbs, $2.75 to $3. Five years ago Vice President -nity development." to CollegeOBERLIN

Florida shipments yesterday: Richard Nixon and Soviet Freeman pointed out that Ne-

i By truck, 436; by rail, 20. Premier Khrushchev met for groes have more than their Ohio (APFiftyseven ) t

Georgia shipments yesterday: the first time at a conference in share of poverty, yet four out, junior high school pupils

By truck, 201; by rail, 9. Moscow. of five of America's poor are today began a six-week pilot

One year ago The Internal white; the South hag more than program aimed at encouraging
LONELY ROUTE .Revenue Service liberal- its share of poverty, too, but I them to go to college. a "

South Arabia is a stark, deso- ized some of its new rules on most of America's poor families The 37 boys and 20 girls were

late .land once trod by camel expense-account tax deduction do not live in- the South; selected for intelligence, school .

caravans bearing silks and following protests by business rural areas have more than achievement, creativity and # j E .

spices from India and China. leaders.I their share of poverty, but motivation. '
there are more. urban poor fam Thirty-seven are Negroes but i.I f t t- 4 P a A?

ilies than rural. John :M. Antes, program direc-
GAINESVILLE NURSING CENTER The secretary said he is tor of the project at Oberlin

hopeful that Congress will pass College, said, ."We aren't pay-

MODERN NURSING HOME the anti-poverty bill this week. ing any attention to the colorof \

He said that with President skin."

Convalescent Care CENTRAL AIR Johnson's signature on the bill, The program consists of
I for w Care of the Aged something like $1 billion will be classes, counseling, recreationand \

families Care of Chronically III Patients 'authorized for a whole series of cultural events such as vis- ay' 3

planning a Short and Long Term Care related anti-poverty measures. its to the museums of art and

vacation we A. A. Okus -- Administrator !' "Let us go out," Freeman concluded natural history in Cleveland. ,' ,

accept patients Katherine Okus -_ R.N. "and demonstrate to 1 Antes said all the pupils are ,1 j' 4il:
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: Wednesday, June 24. 1964 Gainesville Sun 3

I Church Studies
pe: Says ) OA72SComhanu

,:Pills, But Still Bars use

,VATICAN CITY AP Pope seemed clear. It was the first
Paul VI said yesterday that the time he had spoken in such
Roman Catholic Church is terms.
studying,the birth control
problem His words came amid grow-
in the light of new develop.ments ing discussion among Roman
; presumably contraceptive Catholics about the use of con- i it
pills. But he barred their traceptive pills. There have I *7Wash'n f
use by Catholics for the present been suggestions that they

might be used to regulate the

He also admonished Roman I menstrual cycle so the rhythm
Catholic prelates to stop discussing method could be used with
The Church Wear Furniture For
greater precision. Practical
he promised the new pills publicly that Church, and I rejects contraceptive devicesbut Living

permits the rhythm system.
studies on the subject would be
Pope Paul said he hoped the
published as soon as possible.
'But he indicated that so far studies would soon be .conclud- Easily removed covers of heavy carpet weight viscose guaranteed machine

'he had found no reason to approve ed."But let us say frankly," he
general use of the pill. said, "that we have not yet sufficient -
washable tumble and
tie discussed the birth con reasons to consider over- dry. replace in a couple ours.

troy problem in a speech which coming, the rules given by

also included mention of the in- Pope Pius XII in this connec Made in Florida for Florida all
ternation Eucharistic Congress, tion." use pieces feature Foam Cushions for the

to be held in Bombay in No- Pius in a 1958 speech said
vember, and Christian unity. pills should not be used to
pre- ultimate in comfort. Covers are replaceable for further
Indian sources have said he vent pregnancy. But he added economy.
has agreed to visit India for that they could be used to check
that event. uterine ailments if they were

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1-- News 10 DAY DEUVERY ON SPECIAL ORDERS j /- t. .4 .. ,

Tommy Knhr of 2911 'SW 31s t Sharpe, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Terrace and Jim Yarboroug 11 Nelson Sharpe of Cleveland,
of Fairbanks are attending tel n Ohio, has graduated from the All lounges server '<*V N
weeks training in the Nava.1 technical trains.,; course fort
T3* >
Reserve Submarine Service a U. S. Air Force radio equips > # ?>
New London, Conn. Both boy:s nt repairmen at Kec-":r }&&'&
are students at:GHS and wil 1 AFB, 11!!!=. space't THIS
return in August to finish the r Airman Sharpe, who was &V2
senior year in school before returning trained in circuit analysis and WEEK
to active duty. inspection of high powered I
ground radio equipment, is be- ONLY : ,
Joseph .X.Reichert, Jr., seaman .- ing assigned to an Air Defense
,.USN,oSon of Mr. and Mrs.. Command (ADC) unit at Cape ,.
Joseph C." Reichert, Sr. of 49 a Charles Air, Force Station, Va. Z !J

NE '23rd Blvd., is servin g His squadron supports the ADC .
aboard the amphibious assaulship.USS.Boxer.operating t mission of de. *""-; the r-'- _. z. ? t Contour Chaise Lounge .
ou t tinental, U. S. against enemy
,p(.Norfolk, ya. air attack.
Norfolk 24" Wide $69
Boxerrecently departed The airman's wife, Susan, Is .
for refresher training a't
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
.Guantanamo'' Bay,is Cuba.conductec Refresher i Robert E. Griese of 4026 NW I + 36" width $99 ,
training de 12th Ave., here. He attended

\ periodically combat to readiness.maintain thiship's Dickinson Pa.:, and Pennsylvania College, Carlisle Military, ,o- 48" width $149

College at Chester and is a r.
=&:'e.t'0 n J1 'Lt. Randolph M. member of Kappa Sigma. "
jClarJce "Jr., son of Mrs. R. M
-Clarke 2119 NW Seventh PL
; .
:"completed -an, artillery office); Frank A. Rmac... :.icy Walnut orBlacklegs :
Orientation.course at the Ann ist's mate third class, USN, Bahama Lounge t
-Artillery( and, Missile .Center son of Mr. and J. Franks
:Fort Silly Okla., early this:s; Ridgell of 26 NE 17th St., V .
.month., recently visited Mombasa, 72" Long . $69
Lieutenant Clarke trained in I Kenya, Diego Su rez, Madagascar T.'V. I
the duties and responsibilities and the British port of
I of an officer in the field ar Aden aboard the destroyr !
USS Sh,. +on, a member of the c
t The .22-year-old officer is ,a Concord Squadron operating in ,

1.1959.graduate,I of GHS and a he Indian Ocean.
::J graduate: of the University The squadron is on operational -
of Florida. and good will duty in the
1 I -He.is:a member of Scabbard Indian,Ocean. It normally oper- / '
:and,Blade fraternity. ates as a unit of the Seventh
1 t., ;=Airman Second Class .Leo'N.End. Fleet in'the Far East, the lar-
--.- _.. gest naval operating force in I
t. the world. II ur
:: eh rclunen I 1 +

:,rrPromise: : More Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs.
... James M. Willis of 916 NW
".*. (c) New York Times Fourth St., has arrived for duty ,.'. LONG HEAVY DUTY
:::'WASHINGTON A little surprised '
with a unit of the United States
at what one of them, Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) R BRASS ZIPPERS & & ..& & & . . .
I --called "our political muscle, at Ramstein AB, Germany.
'leaders of the interfaith church
Airman Grant
groups that have lobbied here a personnel
.-for passage of the civil rights specialist, previously served

J, vigil bill in ended the capital.Monday a runit at Tachikawa supports ,the Japan.USAFE His mis-new BAHAMA TABLE LOUNGE .

sion of the air
They said the churches, "in a providing major
ZTCoalitton of conscience," had NATO contribution countries.for defense of the 2 BUILT-IN FORMICA TOP $12900 I

j= nst ,begun a peaceful, struggle The airman, formerly of 424 TABLES .100" LONG . .
-for-equality that was "not eas-
Seventh Ave. NE is
Largo a
JTHy paralleled in history" and ,
3Ead,' "ao immediate end in graduate[ of Largo High School.
He attended tit: Far East- V
J2d5W. There. was agreementthat'interdenominational
ern Division of the Universityof
'- ,_ cooperation Maryland ct Tachik: a
-- had made major strides
:ZihTihe civil rights effort. AB Japan. A1!
Airman Third Cass Clara J.
.=J\.ccording.tQJ e southern and
'isano, daughter of Mr. and
conservative senators who unsuccessfully -
t Mrs. RU:ell L. Pisano of :*:o
opposed passage of
the Civil Rights hill, the_relent- NW Sixth St., to>- gradu \ '. .. I
from the tec -'al trainlg
ness preaching: and"lobbying of
course for new members of the
='the clergy'1had provided the'moral
i, and Air Force Medical Service at CURV-A-LOUNGE
tone emotional fer"rvor" -"
Greenville AFB, 1'iss. MACHINE
that led to the overwhelm.:1ng'
Airman Pisano, a memberof ... AS SHOWN
': ,approval'of the measure. ? .
.... --'- the Women in tEe Air Fore, WASHABLE
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and emergency medical $17900 COVERS
-Good Neighbor? treatment She was selected r--
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EXPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti medical nrice field at Gunter -

:JAP)'-_ d Francois Du- AFB, Ala. 3 SEAT SOFA
-valier expressed hope Monday ,The airman, a graduate of ALL '
:tnatJta t1 would improve its re- GHS attended Georgia Baptist
lations: with other nations andCreate Hospital School of Nursing in FABRICSPRESHRUNK REVERSIBLE CUSHIONS N
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: ((:iamesmlk iun OF4 the Court Term Ends i I'

,THESOUTH fpm fork mtmt been a week ago. For in this day to rating "landmarks" There are touches of irony
*M period the Senate approvedthe is established in the commentof and of surprise nearly alwayson
By ARTHUR KROCK 'equal rights bill which the dissenters. The ruling a day of major decision in

WASHINGTON- The decis- will transform what is still that hereafter no delay by the the Supreme Court, and Mon-

JOHN R. HARRISON. President and ions of the Supreme Court trespass into an assertion of police is "reasonable" before day's principal contributorswere

Publisher; PAT COWLES. Vic Presi- Monday before recessing until "the law of the 'land," once giving a chief suspect arrested Justices Goldberg and

! Florida's Beautiful dentEd JOHNSON. Vic President the October term, were not the measure is finally enact on a criminal charge an Black. The irony was inher-
,k. } and Executive Editor W. G. (Bill) By RALPH McGILL revolutionary of the polit-
EBERSOLE Vic President and Advertising rainier rrlt Winning rriusbcrOt I ed. And that is only the mat opportunity to consult a law- ent in the following bland
'University City' Director BOB TARTAGUONE. the AtlMU. (Ga.) c..at".u. ical and social structure of ter of a few days. yer, was, said the dissenters, comment by Justice Goldberg.
'I Vic President and Circulation Manager. the United States as those BY LIMITING its purviewto "most ill conceived .and who is an enthusiastic supporter -

THE SUN'S POLICY DecisionFor ,of last Monday.But the immediate circumstances secpously and unjustifab ly of compulsory limitationsof
one ruling made certi- in which sit in demonstrators fetters proper legal methodsof the right of free association -

1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. fied Communists, dedicated to were arrested in criminal law enforcement. as prescribed in th e

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in--editorials. the overthrow of the Ameri- Maryland and South Carolina, Of the decision that the "rightto equal rights bill: "Since free-

I 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. can governing system, as free the Supreme Court met two travel" by passport is en- dom of association is guaran-

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 who to travel dedicated abroad as to its citizens main- of the principal objections to joyed by certified Communistsas teed in the 5th Amendment
are the rapid growth of its exercise well as all other American ." The surprise was the
Want Ads-376-4672 tenance. Another laid heavier !
IndustryAn of judicial supremacyover citizens, the dissenters projected dramatic rejection by Justice
burdens on the enforcement of the other two federal the issue of national Black, Court hero of the "lib

the laws against crime. branches and the states. The security with the rhetorical erals," of their fundamental 1
I : economic and social de- And, while the Court majority first is that the Court has question: "Who can trusta contention that the Constitution -

Too Much Concealment cision soon or late has politi- refrained from totally strik- come more and more to usurp Communist" pledge not to itself forbids announcedand
ing down the old AngloSaxon t
cal effect. customer-dis
the Constitutional roles of promote subversion through practiced

Through an embarrassing failureof Chinese Communist aid. The U. S. Eleven steel companies and sit-in law demonstrations against trespass for where de- Congress and the executive by espionage, etc., by his activi- crimination by private business -
the United Steel Workers of amending the Constitution.The ties abroad? .-
I within the wish the central Con- of of
communications tangleof can properly America have signed an segregation places public other is that the Court I

the U. S. government, the State go government well in suppressingthe agreement to work together accommodation are" involved has done this on the concept I

.' Department repeatedly denied that revolt. However, aid in a form to end raciaf discriminationn it vacated the invocation that it is "a general haven Sir About Tho"Hapazard'
in two instances which
: any U. S. citizens were flying combat which provokes counter aid ant job opportunities and to for reform movements" (the ,
romote the Pre s ident's could serve as a precedent for words of Justice Harlan)
missions for the Congo govern- starts an international incident I
invalidating thousands of ar- :
'Plan for in this Riflemen.
ment against rebel Bafulero tribes would not be helpful. This is a deli .rea. President Progress"Johnson seeks rests of the same nature. which two federal the states branches and the have other not ;.

men-only to be informed by its cate matter, calling for the utmosin o obtain local and areawide HENCE THROUGH Mon- activated and which conformto COWLES WASHINGTON BUREAU

own embassy in the Congo .that 'this judgment and information.In jgreements. Such a policy- day's decisions were also the political and social Ide- WASHINGTON They killed Daniel Boone over in. the I

was not true. voluntary actions would what lawyers call "1 and- ology of the Court majority. Pentagon the other day. The murder weapon was a.well- I

this anarchic world of spies am' hake unnecessary any fed- mark,' 'they were not com- In last Monday's two aimed press release. -,

; It is true now, though. The State secret agents and undercover dirty .?ral participation or interven- parable to last week's. In landmark decisions the dissenting Of course it had ,to happen: Defense Secretary Robert Mc- I

Department, which disapproved, was work, the United States has to act .ion.States these jority the twice Supreme amended Court ma-the justices effectively ar- Namara, having subdued all the admirals and generals insight l
must bound to
now reapportiontheir machines was
rainged the majority as culp- with his fancy calculating ,
able to the practice stopped be- sometimes too. But it does that
get legislatures-making oneS Constitution-by holding able on both counts. turn his attention to the nation's folk-heroes sooner or later. \

fore it had gone far. try to minimize this sort of thing person's vote worth as much the election' districts for This week, however, the arrests .But there is a chance, at least, that he went too far this

rather than escalate it. It does try and as good as the next one. 'membership of both of the Maryland sit-ins time when he shot down Dan'l with his IBM. machine; he
Americans The industry-union concur- branches of the state legisla- did it in that Is bound to produce a backlash from '
Ostensibly, the were to avoid deceiving its own people were nullified on the' narrow a way
rence in local and personal tures must be substantially the Army to
re- who taught by
several million ex-GIs. were 1
training other fliers under than But factual ground that the state
merely any more necessary. spy- sponsibility is in the best tra- equal in population, and that revere the frontier sharpshooter. \
private contracts with the Congo ing, surprise attacks, and secret dition. It encourages, of the absolute antiincrimination law authorizing th em had What McNamara did was to have the Defense Deparjjner

central government. Actually, they agentry need concealment to work. course, "free ent e r p r i s e." guarantee of the Fifth meanwhile been changed to start buying some new rifle ammunition. newfangled]

were flying in combat. There have The agreement, if implemented Amendment extends to stateas abolish the offense. And in cartridges will each contain two bullets one right behind-

been that they recruited activities will make completely un- well as federal courts. the South Carolina cases, the the other to offset what the Defense Department rather
reports were Normally, secret are Notwithstanding, the half of Supreme Court based its exculpation -
action by fed- rifleman's habitually
necessary "the
any referred to as ordinary
and supervised by the U.S. Cen- secret even from government people eral agencies responsible for the majority well short of of the demonstrators inaccurate and even haphazard aiming."

tral Intelligence Agency, though who do not "need to know"-but top protection of citizenship f the point of nullifying the law on the sole, well estab- Now that calculated insult to Yankee marksmanship was

naturally this has not been officially embassy and State Department peo- rights. against trespass (illegal en- lished legal precept that the not written by anyone who ever learned how -to: fire a.rifle I

admitted. ple do need to know enough not to try by one person on the landor defendants were not given under the tender guidance of a regular Army Sergeant
THE FEDERAL of another) in the "fair notice" in advance that
tell lies in the name of the govern- government premises "Habitually inaccurate"? "Haphazard"? Them's fighting
most earnestly desires area of segregated public accommodations they were violating the state words, McNamara.You .
Americans secretly engaged in ment of the United States.In not to involve itself. The was a far less law.THE can almost hear the howls from those First Ser

combat in the Congo are a sensitive mythmakers and the extremist consequential show of judicial CLAIM of the other geants to say nothing of uncounted thousands who spent

point with the State Department the U-2 incident of 1960, the critics insist the govern- restraint than it would have two major decisions of Mon- days under the burning son of hundreds of firing lines to see

and rightly so. A great deal of U. S. State Department was given a lying ment con s tan tly inter- the scoring disc rise from the target pits. fl{
feres. The truth is that gov- It's been a while now, but there are still plenty of men
I' and U. N. effort went into getting "cover story" to tell to Russia and
ernment acts in the field of BELOW OLYMPUS By Interne! around who can give you the serial number of their M-l, a
out of the world. When the 'lie
foreign "mercenary" fighters was found
human when lo- like wife
rights only piece of equipment they were instructed to love a
service of warring factions in the out, the president of the United cal governments fail. The and care for like a baby, the thing that the Army told them

= Congo and regularizing the Congo's States told the blunt truth. Ordinarily school riots in Little Rock and made them "the ultimate weapon". tIt I

r employment of foreign techniciansand both the State Department and at Oxford, Mississippi, are ma- E was, as some will recall learning to say on commandat

advisers-first by channelingthem the president would have stuck to jor illustrations. Marshals and the top of their voices, a gas-operated, shoulder-fired
troops became necessarywhen weighing ( gets a
all through the United Na- "no comment" or to a "cover story" semi-automatic, clip-fed weapon memory
local shamefully at-
authority little dim here) a little over eight pounds with bayonet
tions. Now that the U. N. is pulling which was the truth but not the abdicated responsibility and tached. \

out, it is important not to revert to whole truth. made mob action in vitable.The The whole thing was an article of faith, the way the Army

the situation where one foreign power murders at Oxford, the taught it. (There's no point even going into the Marine

back d'ne faction while an- The State Department denials attacks on U. S. marshals and Corps attitude about the rifle; you can be sure you aren't
troops, the mobs and dynamit- going to catch them using two bullets where one will do the
other power backed another. that U. S. citizens were flying com- Rock and his infantry
ings at Little the job.. When Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower inspected
bat missions in the Congo this June, expense of protecting the before the D-Day landings, he had ,one question for

The Bafulero rebels have a pro- however, apparently were unintentional schools could have been avoided u fd every squad: "How many experts in this outfit?"

Communist leader and traces of lies. by'local decision. ;'// 'WI, In those days, an "expert" meaning a man who had
The agreements in steel will qualified as an expert rifleman, the highest category got
set a pattern. Reapportionment an extra $3 a month in his pay envelope. This was quite an
.. of state legislatures will ..t S incentive to shoot straight, considering what they paid a ,
make for more truly represen- private 20 years ago.
tative government. The pat- The Pentagon has lots of reasons, presumably, for its new

Voice of the tern will have political effect. scatter-gun approach to riflery. There have been quite a few
People Because of long estab- 1 advances in recent years in the science of mass killing, and

lished economic social con- for some time they have used a pop-up target to train rifle

I ditions, the industrial South ) men instead of the old-fashioned bull's eye that sat 500 yards

On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions ==== will feel the impact politically I.. JtiJ1f J\ away, swimming in the heat waves while the trainee triedto
and economically. Alaba- l 5 tea_ hold his aim and his breath and squeeze off a shot.
ma comes first to mind. U. S. Old-fashioned, sure. Obsolescent, maybe. But "habituallyinaccurate"
Nixon and Rockefeller
and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters "But Honey if Ike ,
must J>e signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Steel (Birmingham) and Re- couldn't do anything. .!I" and "haphazard"? Never.
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The public (Gadsden) were two of j
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the 11 signing the agreementfor GOVERNOR1GoldwaterScranton \ I
intent. .
the "Plan for Progress.

Negro Strength tain elements of our press to survive the darkness of the ,
cause us to horsewhip our- Communist night. One findsit SUPPORTERS of Governor
I selves because a Communist hard to visualize one of Wallace in that state for some Ticket? I IBy

: In Brainwashing killed President Kennedy. In these patriots in a march time have been at work try-

the integration movement he upon an ice cream stand. ing to break down unions by

d EDITOR, Sun: Edward knows how to use the vain, The Red psychologists have use of racial prejudice. They RICHARD WILSON He should have someone the primary elections, and but the Democrats will enjoy \
Hunter is a name familiar to and therefore intel- broken princes of the church. have to -
managed persuade
t unwary Chief Cowles Washington whose views are more nearly thus was not on record as say- themselves quoting Scran-
"j all serious students of the sub- ,
lectual to set the bullheaded, They might even break considerable
you coerce, a number Bureau like his-Nixon, for exam- ing anything disastrously bad ton against Goldwater.
tle art of Communist psychological and therefore unwary, red- and me. Worse yet of members into with- about the Senator from Goldwater's original assessment -
nev- This before Scran- young
ASHINGTON"I've ple. was
warfare. Out of broad
J neck over against the smart they might even manage to drawing because unions did
worst of Scranton's I
Massachusetts. political
said Bar- his active campaign position
convinced ton
I experience in helping to repatriate alec, and therefore unwary, use you and me to destroy not support Governor W a 1- er been began said about has validity IfGold \
prisoners of war, Mr. Goldwater, "that Governor for the nomination. thing Mr. Kennedy -
i Negro. The Communist world this remnant of courage in lace's program of maintain- ry ,
that his water is nominated and loses
Mr. Johnson was appearance -
Hunter has established two will be built with nonCommunist our rubber-kneed nation. We ing the status quo in which Scranton would seek the. As a matter of historical
resembled that ofa he will be blamed for the
basic principles which we hands.So all like to think of ourselves discrimination plays an im- nomination. Oh, he'd take it terest, the Republican Par- loss
and not Scranton..Scran-
must understand if we are to as patriots. We would do well port part.Business. if it were offered to him on ty has not in this century pick- river boat gambler.Vice
much for weak- ton might might noLbe in
J try to evaluate the problem to ponder our own suscepbility ; and industry supply a platter. ed a'man for vice presidentwho presidents never have
of "Communist influence" in nesses. We have strength, if be avail- closeto the drivers seaLin the Repub
c o Red psychological war- cannot live and prosperin "I think he might strongly opposed the successful been really very
our lives. we have the courage and the fare. We might 'even specu- a state that is determined able for the vice presidency., candidate for the presidential Presidents. In recent years lican Party for the ensuing
to it for four but he would
goodwill recognize un-
The first principle is that late on the susceptibility ofthe to bold on to the right to That's-his best bet. If the nomination Scran- there has been a great pre- years
what it is.
really Mr. Hunter doubtedly be considered for
the Communist cannot be rea- de cia mines of certain "leaders"in retain the discriminations of ticket lost it wouldn't be his ton's opposition to Goldwateris -tense that presidents take
unequivocally res the nomination in 1968. He
soned with in the sense in that the Negro American sur- the "civil rights" parade. the "Old South." Chaos, de- fault and he'd be in the driv- sharp and direct on major vice presidents into their cannot under law have an-

which we are accustomed to vived the unimaginable tor- Two nights in the county lays in voting and citizenship ers seat in 1968. issues such as civil rights. In confidence and the two of other tenD'as, ,

reason with each other. He tures of the mind and soul pokey with bail money in the rights, tensions, and main- "He's certain to be on the effect, he accuses Goldwaterof them are in concert with the Pennsylvania'sgovernor. events
does not recognize a systemof that are the hallmark of Com- bank and the U. S. Attorney tenance of old practices of dis- list when it gets down to selecting impulsiveness and "shoot President leading the way. Many can
in four At the
basic truths. The truth, munist captivity better than General behind you is a long crimination are death to busi- a vice presidential ing from the hip." He wouldbe The relationship has been, moment happen the 1968 years.nominationhas

to him, is simply that which any other ethnic group in the way irum Panmunjon.A. ness expansion and growth. candidate." by his own definition' a better than it was historically value than
more potential
advances his cause at the mo- whole war, with the possible The steel companies and THIS WAS the Goldwater vice presidential candidatewho but the concept of joint the 1964 nomination.BUT 1
ment. He's got a rubber ruler exception of the Turks, unions in Alabama jointlyare assessment of Scranton just did not agree with the responsibility is still fictional. -

and you've got a wooden one, though they were relativelyfew committed to end discri- prior to the California pri- presidential candidate. Mr. Eisenhower exposedit SCRANTON need not
and you're trying to mea- in number, ."Anthropolo mination, to obey law, to im- mary. Goldwater was wrongon all when asked what major have been nominated for vice
sure pieces of string. He gets gists" and "Patriots" please AirbornePoverty prove the present and increasethe one point. Scranton is THE DEBATE between decisions had been participated president in 1964 to be con-

his answer every time. note-the Negro American War? future. Governor Wallace seeking the presidential nom- Scranton and Goldwater -, at in by Vice President Nix- sidered for the. top. spot in

The second is the Soldier can take brainwashing defends the ways of the past ination. least on Scranton's side- on. "Give me ,a week or. two 1968. ,He might J* better off
principle and walk from it (c) New York TinesWASHINGTON defends the ways of the past. "We're close personal not the cream-puff affair that something "
more terrible of the two. away very and I'll think of to have turned down the vice
unharmed.One Dulles In- But change will come.REAPPORTIONMENT. GcldwaJer said. the Lyndon B. JohnsonJohnF.
It is that the Communist has friends, said Mr. Eisenhower.IF presidential nomination with
ternational Airport 45 min-
of the .
"We are members Kennedy joint appearance Goldwater.
learned to use our conceptof reason Mr. Hunter utes from Washington and Scranton .
to be at the Democratic
Air Force Reserve proved Scranfbh's
good and evil so as to de- for this is about same Governor image
gives as simple as inconveniently located will come to Alabama. Addi-
National Convent to ticket should
stroy our will to resist. He and the 23rd unit. n emerge was not improved by.the. un-
as eloquent as it could be tional
as may not changes will grow from
shifts to in 1960. The two candidates the present contest,
knows exactly how to talk to Psalm. The Negro soldier have much traffic The scene now from certain steps he:took before
but at that long overdue deci- S
Governor Scran- spoofed each other but it there will have to be a lot of.
the Christian until he Cleveland. plunging in. He admits that
unwary loves God. It is that simple.He least it's getting some divi- sion. Governor Wallace has ;
has him feeling so bad about does not have to have the dends from a wishful public. chosen to be a symbol of the ton is talking. "No,, I'm not was not taken very seriouslyon word-eating in the c am- it would have been better if
his imperfections that he will the man for the vice presidency either side. Johnson did paign. This need not necessarily he ignored General Eisenhow
symbolism of a building, or a Since it opened about 18 past. As such, he is contraryto I
lie down and die out of with Senator Goldwater. not conduct a campaign in be too embarrassing
just creed, or a book to know that months ago, travelers have what.industry and business er's cautionary phone call
remorse. This is not a figureof God is with him wherever he tossed $3,900 in coins into a want to do and what moral- and announced his,, ,candidacy -

speech. It is a matter of is.: fountain in She terminal build- ity requires. The South POTOMAC FEVERBy as he had planned, at the

public record that many of The other reason which Mr. ing. What to do with the Alabama-has much that ,Cleveland governors, con-

our young men in Korean Hunter gives for the Ne- money has been a source of must be done. We must have Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau ference. Now, if be were to

prison camps literally 1 lay groes high rate of survival is embarrassment to the goo more jobs, education, and a It's not hard to understand some of the worries about the v 0 ting"provisions accept the. vice presidential t
down on the frozen ground, this: these men felt that they ernment and the House Ap-e full share in the American in the civil rights bill. Loot,-what happens when you let white people nomination with ,Goldwater he
pulled their blankets up over had something to come home propriations Committee. The future. vote. would appear again as an uncertain
their heads to shut out the
committee has finally proposed The decision by 11 steel -- warrior.
terror about them and died. to.They
loved their wives and permanent legislation per- companies and their unions is President Johnson' urges all Americans to make civil rights "the customs All these factors will come
He has learned to use the their children, and their mitting the money to be givento a piece of industrial and un- of our land." That's what we need-instant customs. to the fore if Scranton failsto

vain intellectual to do his homes, however humble they a non-profit organization ion statesmanship. This is a -- head off Goldwater, and

work for him. We all remember might be. They must have that assists what else? necessary pattern of the fu- Despite their propaganda, the Russia are against integration. When a Brit.. he ,may again havejr: ::. hard

the massive effort in cer- loved,these things intensely to Needy travelers. ture. isher tried to marry a Russian girl they kicked him Bright out of the country. :: decision to Ice.


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CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB. to be judged in the same cate- Obituaries- -
joriss as the Pet Show. Ribbons -
: and certificates will be JULIUS CEASA"R TAYLOR'

Fki F. Childs, Colored News EditorTO awarded. Final rites for Mr. Julius C.
Oiaftttsuillt iU1t S Judges are Mrs. Will a
Taylor of High Springs will beheld
SERVE AS PANELIST Mt Pleasant Methodist Gaines, Mrs. Juanita Coleman,
afternoon 2 P.; M.
THESOUTH CHICAGO, III (FAMU) The Youth Choir wil rehearse Lorenza McPherson and Ollie Sunday
director 6 Choir No. 2 will from the St. Luke A.'M.: E.
D. C. Collington, assistant today, p.m. Johnson.
Church at Alachua with the
of relations and rehearse on Thursday, 7:30
public The public is invited to the --
sports information director at p.m. The Board of Educationand Fair. There is no admission Rev. Ballard officiating.

JOHN R. HARRISON President and Florida A & M University, Tallahassee Church School Staff will charge. Harold Acosta, Super- Mr. Taylor, a resident of

i. Publisher PAT COWLES Vic PresiFlorida's has been invited to meet Friday, 7:30 p.m. in the visor of Recreation. High Springs and Alachua
dent; Ed JOHNSON Vice President
Beautiful second unit of church. Next Sun County for 60 years, died June
serve as a panlist here duringthe
I' and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill) By RALPH McGILL
I 'University City' I ,.j! EBERSOLE. Vice. President and Advertising Ftlititr Prix Winning Publisher I 1964 College Sports Informa- day is. Methodist Student Day SLATES MEETINGThe 21st, in the Alachua General
Director BOB TARTAGLIONE 01 U> tlauta. (Ga.) CoaiUtatloa extended
1 ; tion Directors Association Work and Youth Day. Your presence Pallbearers' Lodge No. Hospital following an

i Vic* President and Circulation Manager. shop, scheduled for August 4, 5 will encourage and help out 54, pride of Gainesville, will. illness.

} THE SUN'S POLICY DecisionFor and 6. young people. The pastor would meet at the regular meeting Interment will be made in I

J Collington will discuss "Spe- like to meet with all chairmen place Thursday, June 25, at 8 the Pine Hill Cemetery at High !
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. cia Events" on the panel which of organizations on Friday, July p.m. Fred Alexander, president; Springs under the direction of

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. will be a feature of the work. 3, at 8:30 p.m. Rev. W. M. Ferguson -Mrs. Ella Drayton, reporter.Mrs. Dorsey's Funeral Home.
Publish all sides of controversial 1 issues.
3. important
I .' shop's opening day's session. pastor. Ella Drayton, reporter.
East Side Church of God in S
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 NOTICE S BROWN
School 10
Christ .Church
Want Ads-376-4672
1 :r IndustryAn INSTITUTES a.m.; morning worship, 11:30( All members of the Ladies' Final rites for Mrs. Annie

ST. AUGUSTINE Five ajn.; and evening worship, 7 Auxiliary of the American Legion -Brown of 508 NW 1st St., _who

:. members of the faculty of Florida p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor., Post No. 306 are asked to died Saturday at her home following -

) economic and social decisions Memorial College here ar? Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity meet today at 8 p.m. promptlyat a lingering illness, will
J. Too Much Concealment
: soon or late has politi- attending summer institutes Church School, 10 a.m.; and the home of Mrs. William be conducted Thursday at 3

< cal effect. supported by the Carnegie and afternoon worship, 3:30 p.m Glasper, of 210 S.E. 14th Street. p.m. from the Triumph. The

: Through an embarrassing failureof Chinese Communist aid. The U. S. Eleven steel companies and Rockefeller Foundations, FMC Elder Rufus Armstrong, pastor; Mrs. Carrie Strong, president. Church and Kingdom of God In
the United Steel Workers of President R. W. Puryear has Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter.Mt. Christ with the Rev. Heath of
I communications within the tangle can properly wish the central Con- America have signed an announced.The Carmel Baptist Youth DUVAL SCHOOL NEWS ficiating. Interment will followin

:, of the U. S. government, the State go government well in suppressingthe agreement to work togetherto institutes, designed for Forum today, 7:30: p.m. both In The first week of supervisedplay the Pine Grove Cemetery.Mrs. .

i Department repeatedly denied that revolt. However, aid in a form end racial discrimination teaches from predominantly I Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will have games came to a close at Brown is survived by

any U. S. citizens were flying combat which provokes counter aid and in. job opportunities and to Negro colleges, beg.: in mid- their joint rehearsal, 8 pjn.; Duval Elementary Play ground six children, David Brown,
t missions for the starts promote the Pre s ident's June, and last for a period of ;and there will be Teachers'meeting recently. Art and craft classes Jake Brown, Mrs. Fannie
Congo international incident
government an
.1 "Plan for Progress" in this eight weeks. They are intendedto J tomorrow, 7:30: p.m. and softball games ended Fri; Eady. Mrs. Sally Williams,
1 against rebel Bafulero tribes- would not be helpful. This is deli. :Rev. T. A. Mrs.
a area. President Johnson seeksto aid college teachers in keeping Wright, pastor; day, June 19. There were 184 William Dorsey, and Mrs.
t men-only to be informed by its cate matter, calling for the utmos obtain local and areawide abreast of latest develop- :Esther W. Hamm, reporter. registered children and also Frankie Mae Stewert, and

I own embassy in the Congo that this in judgment and information.In agreements. Such a policy- ments in their respective fields, Shady Grove Primitive Baptist teenagers. The most enjoyablewas other relatives and friends.
actions would and curricular developments in 1 The choir and ushers will Hunt and friends will
was not true. voluntary the Treasure at 4 The family
i make unnecessary any federal the secondary schools. 'meet jointly today, 8 p.m. p.m. The winners were as follows -meet at 508 NW 1st St. at 2:15:
this anarchic world of and
Paul C.M.E. Morning
participation or interven- FMC faculty members at. St. : Tony Acosta found 3 p.m. to form the cortege to the
It is true now though. The State secret agents and undercover 11 and evening
dirty tion. tending institutes this year are: warship, a.m.; ping pong balls; James Myers Church. These services are

'r Department, which disapproved, was work, the United States has to act States must now reapportiontheir Dr. Homer K. Nicholson, at- 'worship, 6 p.m. B. F. Weary, found 2 model airplanes; Bar- under the direction of the

I able to get the practice stopped before dirty sometimes, too. But it does legislatures.-making one tending the English Institute at ]pastor. bara Ann DeBose, found checkers Hughes & Chestnut Funeral

it had gone far. try to minimize this sort of thing person's vote worth as much the: University of Indiana, Dr. ; and Curgo and Ann Myers Home.
Josejf Weiser, attending the Biology CORE MEETING found red and white ROSA LEE RUTLEDGEFinal
plastic to MRS.
and the next
as good as one.
I rather than escalate it. It does try meeting
CORE will hold
the Univer- a mass
Institute at make Rosa Lee
The key rings. E. B. Carter rites for Mrs.
industry-union concur-
Ostensibly the Americans were to avoid its at the Mt. Pleasant Meth-
deceiving own people rence in local and personal responsibility sity of North Carolina, Prof: and Lorenza McPherson, play Rutledge of Orange Lake, an
t merely training other fliers under any more than necessary. But spy- is in the best tra Switzon Wigfall Sr., Institute on I odist Church today at 8 p.m. leaders.IN employee of the Sunland Training .

J private contracts with the Congo ing, surprise attacks, and secret dition. It encourages, of History at the Carnegie Institute All intersted persons are business in- Center, who died Mondayat
vited be because
Pitts- to present -
central government. Actually, they agentry need concealment to work. course, "free ent e r p r i s e." ; of Technology in of will be MEMORIAMIn the University Teaching Hospital
Dr. Micah W. M. Leo, importance
were flying in combat. There have The agreement, if implemented burgh; Princeton transacted. Arago Welch, re- memory of our husbandand following a brief Illness,
at -
Institute[ Physics
on will be conducted Sunday at 2pm.
will make father Ed Parker
completely unnecessary ,
been reports that they were recruited Normally, secret activities are ; and Prof. Earle B. Elmore, porter. from the Mt. Zion Bap--
any action by federal passed away June 24, 1961.
and supervised by the U.S. Cen- secret even from government people agencies responsible for Institute[ on Mathmatics at the CONVALESCINGMrs. "Yet again we hope to meet tist Church in Orange Lake.

tral Intelligence Agency, though who do not "need to know"-but top protection of citizens hip University of Wisconsin. Adell, Trowell, mother thee: when the day of life is Interment will follow in the Mt.

naturally this has not been officially embassy and State Department peo- rights. GRIFFIN SPEAKS FRIDAY of Oscar and Eddie V. Williams !- fled Then in Heaven with joy Tabor Cemeteryjn I Kindrick.

admitted. ple do need to know enough not to Moderator T. R. Girffin will who was a patient in theJ. to greet thee, where no farewell She is survived by nine child.
THE FEDERAL tears shed." ren, Mrs. Bernice Bogans of
E. Parker
tell lies in the name of the govern government be the principal speaker at the Hillis Medical Center, was are Sylvia Lelia Mae
most earnestly desires wife; Alfred T. Culler, son, Gainesville,
Americans secretly engaged in ment of the United States.In Shady Grove Primitive Baptist reported as still improving at
not to involve itself. The and Sarah Ector, niece. Hicks of Jacksonville. .Mrs.
her home N.W. 3rd Street..
combat in the Congo are a sensitive mythmakers and the extrem- Church on Friday, June 26, at Bessie Bryant of New York,
Mrs. Trowell's friends are
t point with the State Departmentand the U-2 incident of 1960, the ist critics insist the govern 8 p.m. He whose is very address interesting will be asked to visit her. Mrs. Inez R. LACROSSE NEWS Mrs. Rosa Lee' -':Bell of }>al.

rightly so. A great deal of U. S. State Department was given a lying ment con s tan tly inter made speaker from both training and Williams, daughter-in -law, re S Anniversary SuccessfulThe mett, Mrs. Lela Mae Chandlerof
feres. The truth is United Choirs' Union Orange Lake. Primas Rut-
and U. N. effort went into getting "cover story" to tell to Russia and gov- experience. porter. an-
Charlie Rut-
ernment acts in the field of niversary, which began June 17 ledge of Irvin,
I foreign "mercenary" fighters out of, the world. When the lie was found human rights only when local SPECIAL NOTICE at the Bethel A. M. E. Church, ledge of Orange Lake, Joe

J service of warring factions in the out, the president 'of the United governments fail. The DISTRICT CONVENTION .. Pedigree won't matter at the: came to a close on June 19 and Lewis Rutledge of Brush Lot,
Congo and regularizing the Congo's States told the blunt truth. Ordinarily school riots in Little Rock and The Juvenile District Friend- Community Recreation 'Centei. was successful. and James Rutledge of Jack

employment of foreign techniciansand both the State Department and at Oxford, Mississippi, are ma- tion will be held Church at the with Rev.D. Pet Fair, to be held Friday, The daily activities were. sonville; two brothers, George
jor illustrations. Marshals and ship Baptist : interesting and several]I Honor and Joe Honor; 36 \
I advisers-first channeling the would have June 26, at the Community Rec very
by president stuck to E. White, pastor, June 29 at and other relatives .
troops became necessary 9 to 1!! outstanding persons appeared! grandchildren,
reation .Center,
. them all through the United Na- "no comment" or to a "cover story"which when local authority shamefully 8 p.m. in the programs. and friends. These Cervices -
Instead dogs cats, tur
tions. Now that the U. N. is pulling was the truth but not the abdicated responsibility and The public is invited. ;ties noon.and other, pets will vie foi. are under the direction' of

i out, it is important not to revert to whole truth. made mob action inevitable.The SPECIAL NOTICEAll awards in such categories a!; NEWBERRY NEWS the Hughes and Chestnut Fu.

situation where murders at Oxford, the '. Rev. H. D. Bakley is ailing: neral Home.
the one foreign power members of the gradu. "Best Trained dog, "Old e s j t
The attacks on U. S. marshals and and "Most unusual pet,'t at his home in Newberry.Rev. .
1 backed_one faction while another State Department denials ating class of 56 are asked to cat
the mobs and Mr. Bakley's'lrienw
troops, ;
backed another. that U. S. citizens meet at the home of Mrs. Paul- ELIGAII GAINEY
were flying
'I power combat etc.Some
at Little Rock and the that he will be
ings hope soon well
ine Davis Jones, 1101 S. E. 7th 50 or more children, Eligah Gainey, a pioneer citi.
in the Congo this June
f of the .
expense protecting 6 to 13 expected t<) again.PLANS
Avenue Wednesday evening at 8 ages are S zen of the Jersalem Settlement,
\ The Bafulero rebels have a pro- however, apparently were uninten- schools could have been avoided p.m. to make plans for the class enter their pets, and more thar 1 died on arrival at the Alachua

Communist leader and traces of tional lies. by local decision. reunion. S 75 parents and adults are expected MEETINGThe General Hospital Tuesday.

The agreements in steel will to attend. This is t h <. Yough Progressive Union Duncan Brothers, morticians

set a pattern. Reapportionment CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. first annual, Pet Fair sponsored will meet at the Mt. Her: will announce funeral arrange

of state legislatures will Olive Primitive Baptist- by the Recreation Depart_ man Baptist Church today at 8, ments later.

make for more truly represen- Sunday School, 9:30 ajn.; morn ment. Mr. Hendrix, Activity Su_ p.m.

tative government. The pat- ing worship, 11 ajn.; and eve- pervisor, is in charge of t h <
Voice of the tern will have political effect. ning worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H. Fair. Materials for the Pet Fair: HAWTHORNE NEWS MRS. CLARA BOUTIE

People Because of long estab- Kinsey, pastor. including a banner, exhibita; Anniversary A Success Mrs. Clara Lloyd Boutie of

lished economic social conditions Spring Hill Baptist Sunday badges, award ribbons and oth. The Male Chorus of Hawthorne 425 N.W. 6th St., died on arri.

/ the industrial South School, 10 a.m.; morning wore er items, were provided as i I observed its 5th anniver- val at the Alachua General

=====On The Sun's Opinion Page J will feel the impact politicaly ship, 11 a.m.; and evening worship public service by the Ralstor I sary on Monday at 8 p.m. at Hospital Sunday.
1 and economically. Alabama 6:30: p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis Purina Company, maker of Pu-. the Galilee Baptist Church and Duncan Brothers, morticians,
I first to mind. U. S. was a success. will announce funeral arrange-
comes Mc- rina Chow.Highlights .
I Opinions; and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voce of the People' column. Letters pastor; Mrs. Catherine Dog
must be signed and bear the writer's address Names will ba withheld if requested., A letter should Steel (Birmingham) and Re- Gill, reporter._ _ _ of the Fair will be: The attendance was good. ments later.
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The public (Gadsden) were two of
1 Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the 11 signing the agreementfor

Intent. the "Plan for Progress." CHOICES FOR THE GOVERNORGoldwaterScranton

Negro tain elements of our press to survive the darkness of the
o cause us to horsewhip our Communist night. One findsit SUPPORTERS of Governor

selves because a Communist hard to visualize one of Wallace in that state for some Ticket?

I Iii BrainwashingEDITOR killed President Kennedy. In these patriots in a march time have been at work trying

the integration movement he upon an ice cream stand. to break down unions by
Sun: Edward knows how to use the vain, The Red psychologists have of racial
use prejudice. They elections and but the Democrats will en.
WILSON He should have someone the primary ,
Hunter is a name familiar to and therefore unwary, intellectual broken princes of the church. have managed to persuade, or By RICHARD Scran-
les "WashingtonBureau whose views are more nearly thus was not on record as say- joy quoting
all serious students of the sub- to set the bullheaded, They might even break considerable Chief, Co
you coerce, a number Goldwater.
tle art of Communist psychological and therefore unwary, red- and me. Worse yet of members into with- like his-Nixon, for exam ing anything disastrously bad ton against

warfare. Out of broad neck over against the smart they might even manage to drawing because unions did WASHINGTON"I've never pIe." This was before Scran- about the young Senator from Goldwater's original assess-
in to convinced said Barry ton began his active campaign Massachusetts. The worst t ment of Scranton's political position -
experience repatriate alec, and therefore unwary use you and me to destroythis not support Governor W a I- been I
prisoners of war, Mr. Negro. The Communist world remnant of courage in lace's program of maintaining Goldwater, "that Governor for the nomination.As thing Mr. Kennedy said about has validity. If Gold-

Hunter has established two will be built with nonCommunist our rubber-kneed nation. We the status quo in which Scranton would seek the .a matter of historical in- Mr. Johnson was that his appearance water is nominated and loses

basic principles which we hands. all like to think of ourselvesas discrimination plays an import nomination. Oh, he'd take it terest, the Republican Party resembled that of he will be blamed for the
must understand if we are to river boat gambler.Vice loss and not Scranton. Scranton -
him a
offered to on
patriots. We would do well if it were
A part.Business has not in this century picked
So much for weak not be in
evaluate the our might or might
try to problem to ponder our own suscep'I Jil- and\ industry sim- a platter."I for vice presidentwho presidents never have
a man
of "Communist influence" in nesses. We have strength, if the drivers seat in the Republican -
ity o Red psychological! war. ply cannot live and prosperin think he might be available strongly opposed the successful been really I very closeto
have the and the
we for the
courage ensuing
I our lives. for fare. V/c might even speculate a state that is determined for the vice presidency. candidate for the Presidents. In recent years Party
goodwill to recognize it presidential
four but he would undoubtedly -
n-j the susceptibility of hold to the to That's his best bet. If the there has been years,
I The first principle is that what it really is. Mr. Hunter to on right nomination. Scranton's a great pre- be considered for
I the Communist cannot be reasoned unequivocally de c 1 are s the lint's of certain "lenders" retain the discriminations of ticket lost it wouldn't be his opposition to Goldwateris tense that presidents take
in 1968. He
the nomination
I In the "civil rights" parade. the "Old South." Chaos delays fault and he'd be in the driv- into their
I with in the sens in that the Negro American survived sharp and. direct on major vice presidents under law have
which we are accustomed to the unimaginable tortures Two nights in the county in voting and citizenship ers seat in 1968. issues such as ci\ rights. In confidence and the two of cannot, an-

reason with each other. He of the mind and soul pokey with bail money in the rights, tensions, and main- "He's certain to be on the effect, he accuses Goldwaterof them are in concert with the other term as Pennsylvania'sgovemor.

does not recognize a systemof that are the hallmark of Communist bank and the U. S. Attorney tenance of old practices of discrimination list when it gets down to selecting impulsiveness and "shoot- President leading the way. .. Many events can

basic truths. The truth, captivity better than General behind you is a long are death to busi- a. vice presidential ing from the hip." He wouldbe The relationship has been happen in four years. At the
from the 1968 nominationhas
I to him, is simply that which any other ethnic group in the way Panmunjon.A. ness expansion and growth. candidate." by his own definition a better than it was historically moment
D. SANDERS potential value than
advances his cause at the moment whole war, with the possible The steel companies and THIS WAS the Goldwater vice presidential candidatewho but the concept of joint more
He's got a rubber ruler unions in Alabama jointly' of Scranton just the 1964 nomination.
exception of the Turks, assessment did not agree with the responsibility is still fictional -
and you've got a wooden one, though they were relatively are committed to end discri- prior to the California pri presidential candidate. Mr. Eisenhower exposedit BUT SCRANTON need not

4 and you're trying to mea- few in number "Anthropolo- Air.bornePoverty mination, to obey law to improve mary. Goldwater was wrongon all when asked what major have been nominated for vice

sure pieces of string. He gets gists" and "Patriots" please the present and increasethe one point. Scranton is THE DEBATE between decisions had been participated president in 1964 to be con..
his answer every time. note the American future. Governor Wallace the presidential nom- Scranton and Goldwater at
) Negro War? seeking in by Vice President Nix sidered for the top spot in
defends the of the
J The second principle Is the Soldier can take brainwashing ways past, ination. least on Scranton's side- on. "Give me a week or two 1968. He might be better off
1 more terrible of the two. and walk away from it (c) New York Times defends the ways of the past. "We're wry close personal not the cream-puff affair that and III think of something," to have turned down the vice
unharmed.One WASHINGTON Dulles In- But change will come. I d ate said. the B. JohnsonJohnF.
'I : It is that the Communist has ternational Airport, 45 minutes friends, Go w r Lyndon _said Eisenhower. presidential nomination t with
the .
"We are members of Kennedy joint appearance Goldwater.
r learned to use our concept Hunter
reason Mr. from Washington and REAPPORTIONMENTwill
Air Force Reserveunit" proved to be at the Demo-
of and evil so as to destroy same Governor Scranton's imagewas
good gives for this is as simpleand about as inconveniently located come to Alabama. Additional -
I our will to resist He as eloquent as the 23rd as it could be, may not changes will grow from cratic National-, Convent Inn ton ticket should emerge not improved'by the uncertain
knows exactly how to talk to Psalm. The Negro soldier have much traffic but at that long overdue deci The scene now shifts to in 1960. The two candidates from the present contest, steps he toot before
Christian until he Cleveland: Governor Scran- spoofed each other but it there will have to be a lot of
the unwary loves God. It Is that simple.He least it's getting some dividends sion. Governor Wallace has plunging in. He admits thatit
has him feeling so bad about does not have to have the from a wishful public. chosen to be a symbol of the ton is talking. "No I'm not was not taken very seriouslyon word-eating in the cam would have been better If

his imperfections that be will symbolism of a building, or a Since it opened about 18 past. As such, he is contraryto the man for the vice presidency either side. Johnson did paign. This need not neces- he ignored General Eisenhower's -

just lie down and die out of creed, or a book to know that months ago, travelers have what industry and business with Senator Goldwater. not conduct a campaign In sarily be too embarrassing cautionary phone call

remorse. This Is not a figureof God is with him wherever he tossed $3,900 in coins into a want to do and what moral- and announced 'his' candidacy

speech. It is a matter of is.The fountain in the terminal build- ity requires The South .- POTOMAC FEVERBy as he had planned, at the

; public record that many, of other reason which Mr. ing. What to do with the Alabama has much that Cleveland governors con

our young men in Korean Hunter gives for the Ne- money has been a source of must be done. We must have Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau ference.Now.. if be were to

I prison camps literally lay groes high rate of survival is embarrassment to the government more jobs, education and a It's not hard to understand some of the worries about the voting j .provisions accept ifie vice presidential
f down on the frozen ground, this these felt that and the House Appropriations full share in the nomination with Goldwater
blankets : men they American in the civil rights bill. Look what happens when, you let white people he
their .
t pulled up over had something to come home Committee. The future. vote. S would appearagain aran uncertain
: : their beads to shut out the to. committee has finally propoSed The decision by 11 steel warrior.All .
f terror about them, and died. They loved their wives and permanent legislation per- companies and their unions is President Johnson urges all Americans-to make civil rights "the customs these factors, will cometo

; He has, learned to use the their children,' and their mitting the money to be givento a piece of industrial and union of our land." That's what we need-instant customs. the fore IfScranton fafli.to

l\\ vain intellectual to do his homes, however humble they non-profit organizationthat statesmanship. This is a -- S head off Goldwater. and

i work for him. We all remember might be. They must have assists: what else? necessary pattern of the fu Despite their propaganda. the Russians are against integration. When a Brit- be may again have a ha4

the massive effort in cer- loved these things intensely to Needy travelers. ture. isher tried.to many a Russian girl they kicked him right out of the country. decision to mak .

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I '1 : New .Joint Chief Earle Wheeler Joined National Guard at 16 f
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i "(fNt1U.l1ifrk'WiWl1 the guard and rose to the rankof months of combat duty, that as officer observed, in the days; didate on military develop- chairman's assignment in .the Wheeler's only tour of,duty in
Gen. Earle Gilmore Wheeler sergeant before he enteredthe a divisional.chief of staff in when the army leaders were. ments. When Kennedy took office joint chiefs, Wheeler's probable j the Far East took place early in
the newly named chairman of military academy at West World War H. unsuccessfully striving to gel. as President Taylor came promotion to that post was dis- his] career, when he spent
the, Joint Chiefs of Staff, has Point in 1923. It was his predecessor; Gen. money for conventional weapons; out of retirement to become his cussed at the.Pentagon as earlyas j three years in China. He was a
an unusual background for the Second he is one of those rar- Maxwell D. Taylor who early and change the Eisenhower ad... military adviser and then chair- 1962. ,He was sent to serve ]lieutenant with the old China
i country's senior military posi- ities of Washington's high offi- marked the tall., slim dark-hair. ministration's policies of massive man of the joint chiefs. as deputy to Gen. Lauris Nor- I regiment, the 15th Infantry,
tion. cialdom a native of the District -ed Wheeler for high military responsIbility retaliation.
With Taylor back in Washington stad, the North Atlantic TreatyOrganization's ,which was pulled out just before -
x First,he began his professional .of Columbia. He was born Another on the same strategicwave Wheeler's star continued to Supreme commander j
World War II.
" .J career as an enlist- here Jan. 13, 1908. As chief of staff of the armyin length was John F. Ken. rise. Moreover, he had impressed in Europe, to permit
ed man in the When the of Defense Robert him to foreign Wheeler, has
the late nineteen fifties nedy. Kennedy was Secretary gain more exper more recently
I whichNational fie uj MAN: IN THE NEWS Taylor entrusted the army's Democratic candidate for Pres., S. McNamara and his civilian -ience. visited the guerrilla warfare
I ident in 1960 Wheeler was di colleagues as a military officer -
} ed at the of strategic planning to Wheeler.He He was named.army chief in i front in South Vietnam. He is
age later named him his rector of the joint staff a unit t: with a feeling for facts as
16: So keen was he for the military Most unusual however for I deputy of the joint chiefs of staff. well as for tradition. August, 1962, and in recent I convinced that the Chinese Com-
life that he participated for]the highest- ranking military chief for operations. months there has been little :munists must not be allowed to
I three years in the high-school officer in the nation is that Gen. "They were very much. on Each week during the cam Despite the tradition of rotating doubt that he would succeed I commit aggression in southeast --
I cadets. He served four years in I Wheeler has had only five the same wave length," a fellow paign Wheeler briefed the can. among the services the Taylor. Asia. WHEELER I


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6 Gainesville I Sun Wednesday,.June 24, 1964

I Cuba Mined? I Brain Recorder Can Tell When Death's Certain .
NYU Gets $25 Million Ford Foundation Grant. '
:MIAMI, Fla. (AP-The Exile SAN FRANCISCO (AP)The at'the annual convention of the
lethal factor, has made death
Sfrui dark Sima tional university of the fir st tion dollar be matched with ceived by any of the city's institutions -
News Service claimed today head-not the heart-first signals American Medical Association. inevitable, he said.
I rank. I three independently,raised dol- of higher learning On-
certain death, Boston But the
NEW YORK New York that Cuba's northwest coast has says a electroencephalographEEGcan
University has Dr. James :M. Hester, presi- lars, will give N.Y.U. the ,prospect ly Stanford University in California doctor who urges that a tell when lack of "The brain completely without
received been mined antiCastro
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dent of the university, said the of $100 million in new has received an equal brain wave recorder be used totell oxygen to the brain, the main oxygen generates no ,waveson
restricted grant of $25 million landings and to keep Cubans the electroencephalogram,"
would be used when
from money speed money. The matching funds amount from the Ford Founda a dying patient passes
the Ford.Foundation. The from the the Boston neurological surgeon
plans to make N.Y.U. "a leader fleeing country. beyond help.Devices
grant is intended to give impe in establishing new patternsfor must be raised from non governmental tion in the past N.Y.U. is the I TATTOO!) WOMEN noted. Yet resuscitative devicescan
tus to the university's Ion grange higher education in our great sources in five only institution in the city to The service, quoting under- to restore or stimulate Tuareg women, nomads of keep heart and lungs func-
program to combine a private cities." years. .date to be given an unrestricted ground sources,said mines have heartbeat and breathingcan the Sahara, tattoo their bodies tioning "while agonizing and expensive -
institution's effort to build grant under the Foundation's been placed 600 feet apart along "maintain the look nf life wear long silver earrings and prolongation of false
an urban center of education The grant, together with its The gift is the largest single i so'- called special program in the Pinar del Rio Province coast in the face of death," Dr. Han- ward off evil wit'charm neck hope continues for all con-
and culture and to "create a na requirement that every founda- private contribution ever re I educ3"on. that faces Florida. nibal Hamlin reported Tuesday laces. cerned."
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f: -_1I'custU, ten nau-nour programs the Cycling Tnerons, otto President John F. Kennedy. His ]Kennedy's time. And to run in I
that capfure the colorful Griebling, Allen's Bears, and I I injured younger brother up J New York, he feels, would require
spectacle of the people of many other famous names in I WASHINGTON (AP) Atty, ice for the people of New York," Tuesday's decision threw into role as head of the Kennedy for: re-election this fall will 4 an immediate campaign.
the American circus and their the Big'Top."Circus Gen. Robert F. Kennedy begins I Kennedy said in a statement I sharper focus Robert Kennedy's I family since the assassination I
craft, begins tonight at 8:30: on !", a National Educational -a sentimental mission to Germany handed out at the Justice De:
the Gainesville television station Television production, tonight on the heels of his: partment. -
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[pj j I t Growing Technology Forces Business v To Face Manpower Engineering Need "

By ADELAIDE HAWN ministration, is currently doing knowledge is' constantly increasing i obsolescence of 'technical manpower your firm's objectives, its pre casts. But Its success depen*; heavily, Dr. Vetter says, on "Unlike most other assets of j
Tulane EducationalReports [ research solutionsto and each discovery is also a threat t fit and sales .
I University on possible new serious plan forecast foy r on its backing by top management
competent manpower and will a firm, manpower has the
I manpower problems facing opens up new avenues for to growth capacity of man a long-range period of five, 1C I, participation by all departments po.
Will business firms 10 years. business firms of all sizes. further' research," he says. firms.; or 15 years, to understand thi e and a welldesignedt i force business firms to utilize tential to appreciate continual

I from now have enough' highlytrained Development of a "man, "And as this occurs, business. In other instances, fewei. direction your manpower mus information program about fu. their work force to optimum ad- ly in value through utilization,"
workers to fill top man-, power planning approach" to I firm is forced. to even greater workers may be needed with I take. ture .business trends. vantage to meet the challengesof Dr. Vetter says. "And continual

agement jobs? Or will there long-range problems now appears research effort In order to sur- the advent of new tools and I (2) Take inventory of past labor Problems created by modern the future. 'investment in human resources.
be far more qualified workers to provide the means by vive." new I business; techniques, suet I productivity rates, turn:" technology must be identified The most important areas manpower talent is a necessary
than top level jobs? which firms can integrate their This research emphasismeans as the use of computer.- over rates, employment trend:; in advance and some of the fcr planning, however, is the investment .r r: business. sur I
How can business firms project own specific manpower pro- an increased demandfor Manpower, planning, he says, -and of, current managemen t foreseeable problems are already .investment in human resources. vival." -" --::- .

I their manpower needs in grams with the long-range ob- professionally trained scientists is a two phased process in-: and, professional employees b]y under study, he says.

the 1970's? jectives of their production ac- engineers and man- volving manpower forecasting,, age, experience, potential. Supply of middle management -I :
Two major technological deVelopments tivity, he, says. agers. followed by development o"action" f .((3) Make an annual forecast, and experienced profes-II C II0/71 tlvss
in the United States Dr. Vetter defines manpower I tIl "
I How can a firm know how programs -: execu using projected budget goaL!; sional manpower in the 1970'swill
I since the late 1950's are forcing planning as the process by many trained workers it will tive development, organization and productivity rates to esti. be limited because of the --.0-
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In instances Dr. Vet- implications of the forecast.
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the time for ter points out, business firms It includes four steps which as recruiting, selection, training -. will increase, and the consumer -
University right doing things ,
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technology on composition potential shortage of certain there will be tomorrow's This of require more servic-
man- type planning orig complex I
of the work force has Why is it necessary?
created long-term problems for The Tulane management i technical skills is already fore- ,agement: inates with a firm's basic profit ing and supplying. JOE ROSSANO C. EMORY CROSS
t both business and society. specialist points out that careful -' cast. An additional problem of ((1) Get a clear picture of sales and financial fore- Such problems will weigh I I Representing Leading Life, Fire. end Casualty. Companies

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I_ 10. __ GainesVille Sun Wednesday. June 24-. 1OICdj '.

j r.f) Brides' Book Wedding Vows Solemnized CalendarTODAY Of Eventsment UIOfMIl 0 : .

\ TODAY, Jane '24 G. Leighty, 12:15 p.m. Holiday ARCHER Miss Patricia Jane 24 Mrs. H." 0. Spencer,
If I Inn.SATURDAY. Carol Ailstock and Clifton Mc Gainesville B rid i g e Club 2:30 to S p.m. Broward East
'Cocktail buffet honoring Neil'' Gornto married ,. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Recreation Room.
: Miss Chris Carlisle and Har- Jane Z7 were on .. Unversity City Bridge Club, Summer :
t Sunday afternoon, at the Archer /1' Bridge Newcomers
dy Wylie, Mr._ and Mrs. Rob- Wedding of Miss Christina Baptist Church. 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Group and Universityof IBiD THEf -
ert E. Clayton and Mr. and Carlisle and Moffatt Harde-. 15th Terrace. Florida Women's Club

t Mrs. Gerald Rudderman, at man Wylie Jr., 4 pjn., First Rev John Arnett of Trenton 20th Annual Garden Club members, 8 p.m., Clubhouse,
the M. I. Rudderman, home, Methodist Church, Receptionat performed the double ring .."., Short Course: Symposi u m, West Newberry Road.
: 2731 S.W. 4th Place, Golf- Gainesville Golf and Coun- ceremony before a altar .t. Landscaping the Small Home, THURSDAY, June 25

; view. try Club. adorned with white chrysanthemums .. .....;,: '. 2:30: pjn., McCarty Auditorium 20th Annual Garden Club fflOIILllBy
I THURSDAY, June 25 Wedding of Miss Paula stock and gladioli, ,centered ..il...."'.... .. ;'Demonstration of Hawaiian Short Course, "Old Wives' f f
Jean Wyman and FrederickH. with a bronze candela- ..........,.... Flowers, Dr. and Mrs. Tales Debunked," program
Rehearsal Dinner for Wy- Pitz, 6:30 p. m., Faith bra holding white tapers. ...: Thoma J. Sheehan, 8 p.m., presented by Jasper N. i

man-Pitz wedding party, Mr. Presbyterian Chapel, Me 1-( Nuptial music was providedby t!; f Agricultural Experiment Sta Joiner, Associate Professor of RUTH WEIMER ,

'and Mrs. John G. Pitz,,hosts, rose. Reception following in Mrs. Elbert Hough, pianist, ;:2 tion.Beginning' the College of Agriculture, Women's Editor
t Holiday Inn.Dinner Church Social Room. and Mrs. J. W. Silcox Jr., solo- Flower Arrange- 10:30 a.m, College of Agriculture
Luncheon for out of town ist. ment, Mrs. H. Jefferson Davis ; Annuals and Biennials Jack L. Longmire, Jackson-
party complimenting guests for the Carlisle-Wylie 2:30 to 5 p.m., Broward Miss Mary Noble 2:30 p.m, ville Rose Society, 4:20 p.m.
Miss Chris Carlisle and wedding Mr. and Mrs. Bur- bride_is the daughter of -
Recreation Room.
Hardy Wylie, Jr., Mrs. HenryL. ton Woodward, 11:30 p., m., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Ail Advanced Flower McCarty Auditorium; Roses, McCarty Auditorium.
Gray Sr., and Mr. and 2114 West University Avenue. stock of Archer and the bridegroom Arrange-

Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr., 6:30 Luncheon complime n tin g is the son of Mr. and x
p.m., at the formers house. Miss Jean Thrasher, bride- Mrs. Clifton Gornto of Gaines t ShowerCompliments DISCOUNT DRUGS

FRIDAY, Jane 26 elect of Wayne Rickman Holiday ville.,
Inn, Mrs. Malcolm Alday, Given in marriage by her -j: .
Rehearsal MORE CENTS
honoring Miss "YOUR DOLLARS HAVE
Mrs. Ernest Burch and Mrs. father, the bride wore a gown Miss ThrasherMiss
Hardy Wy- xx k '
Robert Moore.SATURDAY of antique white with a lace bodice -
lie Jr., Dr. and Mrs., M. H.I sipF _
and a chapel train appli- Jean Thrasher, bride- meet or beat any prescription price in the
7 Gainesville
I p.m. Jane 27 qued with lace. Her bouffant elect of Wayne Rickman w as central Florida area If you can get your
/ Golf and Country Club. Luncheon honoring Miss Rebecca veil was attached to a Juliett feted at a miscellaneous shower prescription filled for less we will give you

1 I Bridesmaids luncheon honoring Wanninger, 12:30 p.m, cap and she carried a bouquet Q a x lt given recently by Mrs. C. A. the cash difference in their prescription price

i '. Miss Paula Jean Wy- Towerhouse, Mrs. B. R. Ford of white roses. King, Mrs. Ora Wynn, Mrs.' and ours .
.' man, Mrs. I. X. Cheeves and and Miss Cherry Ford. Mrs. Nick West, was ma- A. T. Fletcher and Mrs. R. H.

t| Miss Julie Cheeves, 12:30 SUNDAY, JUNE 28 tron of honor, and Miss Pam- r English, at the English home. .

p.m., Holiday Inn. Tea complimenting Miss ela Ailstock was maid of honor. w ...... .. Floral arrangements of pink, If You Want To Pay More
Jan King, Mrs. C. Wesley Lar- Both are sisters of the "ff.'Y.:: lavender and blue hydrangeas" For Your Prescription, ,
Luncheon honoring Miss i son, Mrs. Howard Wait, 3 to I That's Your Business .
bride. Mrs. Clifton and
They wore pale yellow McNeil Gornto roses decorated the house.
Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of 5 p.m., Larson home, 1404 I Jf You Wish To Pay Less
Wayne Rickman, Mrs. Ralph NW 10th Avenue. dresses and carried nosegays o f ,mons, Pat O'Neil Bob Collin: and Mrs. J. W. Silcox, Jr. of The guest list included Mrs. That's Our Business .
yellow carnations. E. D. Mrs. T. C. Graham '
Wynn Bowen, Owner "
Kent Taylor and Jerry Tadlocl Panama City.Following 1
Bridesmaids were Miss Janet -. Mrs. S. B. Gaskin Jr.,
EDMUND DWYER Ailstock, sister of the bride, The bride's mother wore a short wedding Mrs. Sarah Larson, Mrs. Earl "Let us fill your next prescription :'
blue dress and matching accesories ; trip the couple will reside inGainesville. .
Miss Susan Shaw, Miss Andrea L. Rogers Mrs. B. E. Thrasher
Electrologist Jones and Miss Helen for her daughter's wed ,,mother of the honoree,.Mrs. ,ORTHO NOVUM 10mg. No. 20 Tablets .. '3.40
i' ding. A corsage of blue Pre. ORTHO NOVUM 2mg. No. 20 Tablets . .. $1.35
UNWANTED Powell. They wore dresses identical -tions her nuptial partieshonor 0. C. Gay, Mrs. B. E. 'Thrash. ENOVID 10mg. No. 20 Tablets . ..... .. $3.40
I to those of the honor attendants complimented. : ing the bride included a miscellaneous er Jr., Mrs. T. S. Videon, Mrs. ENOVID 5mg. No. 20 Tablet .. ... .'., ". '$1.70;
in colors. shower given by .the NORLESTRIN 2y No. 20 Toblets .. '.. .. ... $1.30
pastel ble.The R. W. Mixson, Mrs. C. R. Smith, nig.
k IIAIIS OFF bridegroom's mothe Lottie Moon Circle of the Arch NORINYL 2mg. No. 20 Tablets . . . $1.35
Miss Cynthia Silcox was flower Mrs. Elmer Burch, Mrs. Mary
Your Doctor's
Prescription Required.
chose a beige linen sheat er Baptist Church Women'sMissionary
p FOREVER girl. She wore a dress oj Lou Harris.DO.
Medically Approved Method pastel yellow organdy over taf dress with embroidered jacket :: Society, at the Arch I PHONES: FR 2-5347 and FR 2-5348
: for the event. She wore > er Woman's Club. FIND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PHARMACY
,s by Appointment Only YOU
s Please Call FR 2-8039 feta.Ernest corsage of pink carnations. Greeting guests were the YOURSELF STRAINING .
107 West University Avenue Gornto s e r v e d his honoree, Mrs. C. W. Ail to hear your friends when they talk
the Mr
Following ceremony to you? Then have your hearing DISCOUNT DRUGS
brother as best man. Ushers i stock, mother of the honoree, checked
and :Mrs. H. B. Skinner, aun
were Nick West, Tom Sim- : Mrs. Clifton Gornto
mother of St.
'I and uncle of the bride, entertained 419 S. W. 8th
the bridegroom and Mrs. Nick HEARING AID CO.
with a reception at th
<20 N. Main FR 4-0095
Woman's Club. West sister of the honoree. Assisting -

One Day Only The bride's table was overlaid with the_.hospitalities_ i I
were Mrs. Ronald Mrs.
; I with white satin and n e i .
Jessie Morris, Miss Susan Shaw, GAINESVILLE
featuring silver and flanked bj THANK-YOU
Mrs. Irwin Hawkins, Mrs.
three tiered candelabra.
James Sanders Mrs John ,
Greeting the guests were Mrs Purnell Mrs. Bryan McNeill
SALE Thomas Williams, and Mrs and Mrs. Harry Nicholson. Your response to our discount plan since our announcement' June 10

L. B. Gravely, III., Presentin Mrs. Charles West and Mrs. has been overwhelming !
them to the receiving line w:I's Nick West entertained at
a '
Mrs. W. J. Edwards. Keepin bridesmaids luncheon given at WE WILL CONTINUE TO SELL ALL OF OUR
the bride's book were Mrs the former's home in Archer. --
) r S
c5oc4) From Regular Stock Thursday Only' i, Michael Tanner and Mrs Corsages of pink roses were FINE LADIES WEAR AT DISCOUNT

i Charles Burroughs. presented to the honoree and UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! !
w SUMMER DRESSES Presiding at the bride's tale her mother. A gift of china was '
) were Mrs. H. B. Skinner I also presented to the honoree (Fair trade items, only, excluded) "
Mrs. John Purnell, Mrs. W. D. by the hostesses.
Val. tt Batey, Mrs. Leo Sapp, Miss i Luncheon guests included the
Gena Parker and Mrs. Walter honoree, her mother Mrs. C. W. r ,II'

319.95 2 Skinner.Out Ailstock, Mrs. H. B. Skinner, .. rJlfI'

10 $19 of town guests included Mrs. J., W. Silcox, Mrs. Michael : SHOP PAT fTbPARKERS \ dl 'ft
ea. For Miss Jerri Wade of Chicago Tanner Miss Cynthia Sil \\'
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goff, of cox, Miss Helen Powell, Miss (lJ.I'JI) ll1fJ'llEVERY 11/11. '
Ft. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Walter Andrea Jones Miss Susan ( i'f./.I'F.<:>;-

Skinner, of Titusville, Mrs. Shaw, Miss Janet Ailstock and
Roscoe Farthing of Ft. Pierce Miss Pamela Ailstock. DAY \ / S

4, Bridge Club Notesennetff i& SAVE MONEYI


By JOHN E. CRAPS Monday evening game of the
Mrs. J. A. Jones, Jr. and the Gainesville Bridge Club with FAMOUS-NAME SLEEPWEAR
105 W. University Ave. FR b-6348 writer won first place among 174 match points. There were :

the North-South pairs in twelve and one half tables in Exquisite waltz gowns, shift gowns baby-doll pa-
I play and the average North- jamas. All in wanted docron-cotton blends. Manu- $297
/South score was 143, East-West facturers original tickets on each garent at $4.00-

r 132.Mrs. $5.00-$6.00. Extra special. :
Jules Wetekamm and
JAMAICAALWAYS Col. E. N. Edris placed second
with 157%, Mrs.,Fred Hull 'y
and Mrs. R. W. Fountain
were ramous long leg girdle ,SACONY that is II
RRST third.with 151%, and Mrs. L. panty by $497
preticketed at 5.95. Detachable garters make
H. Robbins and Mrs. W. D.
JAMBOREE! SACONY ideal for shorts and slacks too. Our Discount 4
Macdonald fourth with 151. Price only
Van A. May and M. E.Valk
led the East-West ..
i way among
.. players with 163, followed very PETER PAN HIDDEN 1.'

closely by Mrs. ,J., F. Whartonand \
;/ : Mrs. W. E. Clardy with TREASURE BRAS
: ; : t 162, then by Mrs. 'Daniel Scar-
mA -- > i ritt and L H. Robbins, who Annual 1 Sale on these popular bras that make the $197

r- !had 151, and Mrs. Edris and slightly minus A cup a perfect A cup and the minus
.. c 'i J :Mrs. K. H. Kent with 144. B a perfect B cup. Regular price by PETER PAN is
0 marked at $2.50. Our price now
The club will hold
a i it it I' its next
game at 7:30 this evening at
the Holiday Inn. Visitors are MAIDENFORM SWEET \

welcome. MUSIC BRA SALE '

X 1 Newlyweds For one month only this fair traded $2.50 3

JI Establish MAl DEN FORM bra in A-B-C Cups will
'; be sold FOR or 2.19
j at only "

I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Power '
I I Mattingly were married on
l June 12 in Kinsley, Ga. GIRDLE SALE ontie-Feir
'I The bride is the former Miss Traded et 7.95 $649 I'

., as+ i Wanda Marlene F u qua y, :For one month only CONCERTINA GIRDLES will be only
I daughter of Mrs. Ruth Fuquay'
I and the late Lt. C. O. Fuquay.The in Power Net Lycra will[ be on Sale as LOt'I Leg Fair
\4\\::;' bridegroom is the son of Follows Traded .t .$799

.. Woven cotton plaids, cotton bar thea .Ir.. and Mrs. Chester MattIng.y. only 10.00 will be ,,

,solids, or the Jamaica choice of the season t : After a wedding trip to Wash

*? .'. ington D. C., and Miami the I II 3-PIECE' KNIT SUITS :
Rough and tumble fabrics that keep! !
newlyweds will make their
trim I home in Great Lakes Ill.' Cotton knit suits in pastels' by Cintura Knits. $97
you through play-time. and wash inv \\ I ,
4* All sizes 8 18. Our
S prices 14.99
of A ..
a wink. Size 10-18. Thinking
and 17.98. Extra Discount Price. ..
fi 1It' New
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: OR OPEN A PENNEY CHARGE ACCOUNT Variety ,Store Gainesville's Quality Ladies Discount Shop .i-

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Ii Can Live Normally L6.

t Dr. Joseph Shipp, UF associate -30 to 40 medically-trained personnel
i professor of medicine, told to aid the children, he
Rotarians at their weekly meeting said. -
; that diabetic children can :Through group, classes, the SLICED BACON :939c:
be-taught to lead normal lives. .staff helps the children understand -
He said that 5 per cent of all the necessity of a planned
diabetic cases occur in children I diet exercise, and the effect' ofemotions
under-15 'years- of age. on their health, he, Super Right, Western Bet -Bone In Super Right Western Select Steer Grade-A':Frozen Plump 4 to 6 Ib Avge.

Dr. Shipp presented a film on :said.Dr.. further CHUCK STEAK. lb. 45c BEEF LIVER . lb. 29c BAKING HENS. lb. 39cSuper
Shipp explained;
Camp. Immokalee, a special .
camp for. diabetic children. It :that the other 95 per cent of the Right Western Beef Shoulder Arm Super Right Vacuum Pocked Sliced Frozen Fried

YMCA is operated,and by the the University Jacksonville of''I who diabetic are over cases forty occur, overweight in people, "" ROAST bone in . lb. 55c COOKED HAM. 6-oz. pkg. 59c FLOUNDER . lb. 69c

n0TidaMedical Center: through. or with a family background of ....::. Super Right Western Beef Shoulder Super Right Sliced Frozen Fried

j:ate cooperation Diabetic's of the Com-As.I I I diabetes.discovered Diabetes during routine is often I iROAST. boneless. . lb. 69c Variety Pak 1-2-0. Pkg. 49c COD . . . lb. 59c
;-mission of Fla.' .:.
I: in association with : ;
itociation.The : II1', :::::' Super Right Extra Leon Fresh Oscar Mayer All Meat Frozen "Vessed
I other sicknesses or during Diabetes
camp Is located in Keystone I Sickness Week. jJjjj'GROUND CHUCK lb. 59c FRANKS . lb. Pkg. 59c WHITING . . lb.. 19c
Heights and is open to all Many adults can control their "lit
Diabetic children ages 8.14.At j llness[ by a diet alone, or with //1// Super Right Lean Freshly Super Right All Meat Skinless Fresh Frozen Headless

. .camps-such as Camp Im- the I aid of pills; he said but ''I GROUND BEEF 3-.b.. Pkg. 1.17 FRANKS . lb. Pkg. 49c SHRIMP . . lb. 89c
-iWkaIee. children are taught I nany: rely on insulin which
low: to their own treatment -
adjust I must be injected daily. .
: and use insulin. Control of the emotions and
=br. Shipp said that an under-4 exercise are essential to the
mndinCot:1h.rJI1n. ss is essen-I diabetic, he noted and symp-
:3131 if Iber.chiWren:: _are to be I Ianght toms of diabetes include weakness BEANS LETTUCE Wa'melonsCe
:hgw. to Adjust to it I loss of weight, and increased -

?mp Immbkalee-has? a staff ofK1WANIANS t urination. NEW AT A&P !I
.. --

-= : TOLD' n .' ::: ::lO:8:: t Lb.19c< 2 Heads 29c Each 69c

Essential Stainless feJ..: .; :::>"'4'M." "l'V,.", :,;.,'.,'"'::;%;:-
Accounting VY?
STEELsrrnres. rplEsst .
:,<:_ ;1.v .Y""H".p.) 316_ ;Free Enterprise BLADES : ---'tIR.Of-tW S" -:J.

:H:Accurate, along:and with responsible free speech aojpunting -, function. without Beasley, reliable said. "The accounting 10 to Pkg "I.; ,}" CANT AL 0 UPES 3 For $10089t

alternative to this is
1md a free press, is an essential only .. d
,. ,. <-,
: :
control. rT\v ., 'J
"of our free enterprise'system'c government : \<'V: <> Y"": .

rarding.to-Clifford.:Erector.o.fthe..FJorida.Beasley:Institute, one Beasley of .the said,.fastest accounting growing professions was EXTRA SPECIAL! CRYSTAL BRAND PURE STRAWBERRY

Tifj Certified Public Accountants. in the United States.
=Beasley spoke yesterday to In 1900, there were only 240 -
Ihe yeeklyTmeeflngror: :the:Uni- certified accountants in the t ; Lb.
versity City Kiwanis Club He country and today, ,there are 1 PRESERVES 2 59cIntr
is also secretary .t .the. State over _82,000 with a. predicted 't ; PLAID Jar
f Board of Acoot ntancy.Both organizations growth to 125.0QO by 1970. 1 STAMPS I
'-are located. in3ainesville The growth"in Florida has;I I _
: aT'1938' West 'Unlersity been even higher, on a percentage 'u With this coupon Offer and purchut of ;t EXTRA SPECIAL! 6 DELICIOUS FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND

/ ,A Yeme.> basis, according' to Beas Century Stainless pkg. of 10 I
"The key to our way of life ley. The big growth started Steel Blades ..., : 89c ;
Is abundance and our financial soon after the Second World 1 JAX. <-2744 / '
rvstems, the banks, the world War and the number of CPAsin Coupon good gSatu June 27 f e Gal.Ctn..

Dark t"in fact-our entire free the state grew from 396 in L 1 ,,. ,,_ "_ ""' "=: "->-_<-.-_,1 t ICE CREAM V;2 49'EXTRA
!enterprise system could not 1950 to just under 2,000 today. ,



I *** PIAID '

Dr. Wiles Tells Teachers 50 STAMPS .i; 1-Lb. 8-Oz.

this coupon and purchase of I
By SANDY BLOWERS: learning( that is being talked OUR OWN 3-os. lot : : EachSpecial
about said Wiles."Exhilaration i (Instant1x ': _. ". 69c ... :" ,
Is '
"Our 'work as I in teaching 4n4Coupon :
much'"more exhilarating than I comes out of investigation of ; good through Saturday, June 27 : .
[xhausting" said Dr. Kimball new areas and attempts to use ; : Special!Jane Parker Special! Cold Stream Sultana Pork tie

Wiles in Inclosing,annual summer address con to,[the rule of thumb to develop a --- -- Blueberry PIE 1-lb. 8-oz. each 49C PINK SALMON i-*. can 49c BEANS. 23-lb. 4-or. cons 55
eighth theory that has some verifiable .
ference-ol the Florida Associa- "
Curric-. degree of prescription added t I Special! Jane Parker Lemon or Orange Special! Pickle Patch Whole Kosher Special! Ann Page
ion for Supervision and PLAID
Wiles. ,
Development' yesterday. "Exhilaration is found In I r.v STAMPS Chiffon CAKE 1-lb. 1-oz:: ring' 45 c Dill PICKLES 1-pt.1 12-oz jar 29C Grope JELLY . 2 lb jar 53c
Ium explained that ex-. what we are learning about'slow 1 1
: g With thi coupon and purchase of !Jane ParkerPOTATO A&P Mild'
in the field of teaching learners he said. Part of what I Special Special Special! Ann Page
aaustion: OUR OWN 100 for only

lime comes aid issues from counting and the on same the:., is to ,called alienation slow he learning added. is due ; Tea Bags JAX. .M7-44; . 95c 'I i, CHIPS .1.lb. box,49C Cheddar CHEESE Mb wedge 65C MAYONNAISE quart jar j 45c

ti slogans. "Information should not be Coupon good through Saturday June 27 i ia .
stored by the child but should ..
{"We:talk about.terms and we be organized by them," he ex e'L!_a.'.._.__. +i.. ..... t-" Ie &. e i ANN PAGETom. S All I
Mnk: that others have the same: plained. ---------------- ---------- t
xeaniHgs for these terms, but t l The most exhilarating thing PIAID %
*. run-into frustrations because:, today in the teaching profession, r-I i iii 1 25. STAMPS. = Ketchup 2 33 t//
) thed_ ferences in meanings said Wiles, is the recent attempt
isjd the UF education prof s-. to move away from a single 1! IIftr..lwl PLAID :' ; W.b; coupon and purchase of ,
*T* model of good teaching and tOI .i r.v STAMPS i 1 ; NU SOFT .pint. bottleFabric I WHITEHOUSE,
Softner 49c
Another frustration comesr i adopt an analytical approach of
the ol f r teaching. WNhCHASE this coupon and purchase ol i JAX.4-J7-44 1' Milk .
m- ot defining type e Coupon good through Saturday June 17 1 Evap. 3 13os.i 39
i and SAN BORN INSTANT .i Lens /
i '
Coffee 10-oz. jar $1.83 : i .... ..... .,. .,.
MCP's ...
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Wilkins Criticizes!) 1_ Coupon good through JAX.W4 Saturday. June 27 I: WHITE BEAUTYShortening

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Teen-AgeNegro Hoodlums' .---..- ------------- -------- -: -. -----:-: I t 3 Lbi 55 '
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; Krm l rkm tmra chairman of the Southern : t 25 Lftta..c! :;
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:SEW YORKRoy Wil- Christian ence, writes Leadership the column Confer-on 1 50&\tI .: ': ;Sunshine Diamond lOlyfc" SizeCompartment
fcTfo in a biting and passions alternate weeks. STAIIPS i ; With this coupon and purchase of :JCheez-its 6/41 -O%. Pkg. 2 for 39c Plates. Pkg. of 15 49c
\ newspaper column, has ; With thls.coupon and purchase .f I : ANN PAGE IMITATION I
,"teen-age Negro Earlier this month, there WHITE RAIN 15-os. can i : Vanilla pt. bottle 25c !; Diamond
hoodlums" who by their violore were a number of outbreaksof I Hair Spray . $1.49 i 1: JAX. 477MCoupon S;Chicken of the Sea Paper Bowls . Pkg.. of 16 29c
"are,:undercutting andSItcking teen-age violence in the J-'X. 6-27-64 : : good through Saturday June 27 .Light Tuna . 6/2-Oz.! Can 35c
through Saturday. .June 27 : : SonkaDiamond103"
jrcadreds of gains Negro and;made white by lines.city, particularly Most, but not on all subway of the Coupon .: 1__---- _________--- -------:. Size Instant Coffee 5-Oz. Jar $1.29

youngsters who went to jail violence, involved Negro IfKS_ _________________________:--! __n.. .. -_, Dinner Plates . Pkg. of 15 43c Minute Rice . 14-Oz. Pkg. 49c
ifor rights. teen-agers.
-', human .... __. : PuffinDiamond834" .
=.'Jbe column by the execu- Wilkins called the" youths. r . 'IW a'ln : Size BiscuitsSave . 8-0 Z" Can 3 for 29c
-tiye secretary of the National involved, "p u n k s. "foul-: 1 I { Plates . Pk g. of 40 69ci
association :tor :the .Advance- mouthed smartalecks" and I i .' PLAID 2P5"STAMPSLunch
"Harlem and 11 I
Seat of Colored:People, .appeared Brooklyn 25 SUMPS : I Irks In tills Atfvirtismtirt to
in the'June 13 editionof morons" and accused themof : wn this cwvwi ant porcJwe .. ; ,
: s fkrtvah Saturday Jwnt 27
:The Amsterdam News" : Win this ctwpM and pvixhas d ', :. Diemoncl Molded 1 LP-40 PAPER t f a ) Only Phif Stamps

1 la New York City Negro "Selling the freedom Seasoned ANN PAGE Salt 33a, .-os.. bottle 25c ,t, :: plates .JNL p k 9..27-64. of 40 69c .I r-' a, 't\.,. Gel Fine Gifts Faster 601 S.W. 2nd Ave.
riders down the river."
under the
I\ weekly newspaper, e JAX. 4-U-M / : Coupon good .trlrouvPt Satvrday. June U ; rME CltAT ATUNDC PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, NC Close Men. Thru
3)eiding) 'Teen. Age Hood- :- "Undoing the work of Coupon good through Saturday June 27 1 r
I ; : .. .. .. : Wed. 7 p.m.i .
juras, -- Negro and white sit-in young- ,1 -; -
=Wilkins writes the "Along sters in Richmond, Raleigh, I i 1 1. i. Super |yarkets Close.Thurs.. andFri.
\ Jbh Way" J column' twice aroMh Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta < 8 p.m.
1 thft"paper.The .. .and a dozen other sites ofhistoric \Mt ''NOAt' Mfll".10 NI
for 7
Jose Saturday p.m.
Rev. Martin"1.uther King r.-..-. struggles.
"Selling out the school

SPEED. PAXS cities. Lux Liquid Swan Liquid Wisk Silver Dust
"Sabotaging" last Au- Surf Rinso Blue3lb..7oz.pkg. ,
3>AVES $10 gust's civil 'rights march on 12-0%. 1-pt.. 6-oz. 1Z-oz. 1pt.. 6-oz. pint quart

ALBANY. N.-Y-AP), :- Wasjiingtpn.WUkins'said'that. the Negro l-lb..4-oz. pkg. 26c 79C 35c 65c 35c 65c 41 c 75c 15-oz. pkg. 35c

HuT i:1fw.mtdr:: you youths involved in the violence LIQUID DETERGENT
speed-pays. I ALLSWEET
were "cutting and
The speedometer on Weav- slashing at the race's self- Breeze "All" Fluffy All Dishwasher All Cold Wafer All
er'. automobile was stuck at respect. Margarine .
80. A garageman said It They are slowing down 15-oz. 2-lb.,6-oz. pint quart

would cost, tit I' to repair. ,the drive for employment of Mb. ctn. 25C 35c 83c 1-lb.,8-oz.pkg.39c:: 1-lb.,3-0z.pkg.35c:: 1-lb.,4-oz.pkg.45c:: 43c 79c
MendipWaver: was Negroes-who wants to hire
caigh t.J sitradar.. trap.a a dfined"UOr wild people?",' he demanded.He FABRIC SCFTNER KRAFT ALL FLAVORS GERBERS STRAINED
: : Bat thc-radar apparently also attacked elements CARNATION COFFEE MATE
corrected: an elec. 'of the Negro community who I Final Touch Mayonnaiseqt.Ior Hi-C Drinks Baby Food
flea fault, and the speedometer he said "offer the same ok 1-gt.,14-oz.cars
works perf--tly: now. threadbare excuses to cover 29C 49 C II-oz.1 79 C
i 6 65C 3-oz. jar 6-oi.jar )Jar
I" Weaver- ... Cgiffti. he saved up pure, unadulterated" vicious 1.pt.. 1-oz.:: size 47C 61 C 3 for 1.00 jars
; crime.

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12 GoI"'sville' Sun Wednesday, June l' _

Explosion.2 Fireworks in New York Kills Show. I SEE by INSTANT air conditioning !

By RICHARD F. WHALEN .the SUN -. <, -, -
NEW YORK (AP) A fire- I =-
works-laden barge exploded in u Ii PICK UP THIS HOTPOINT AT McDUFF NOW ---
a fury of rockets, flares and yesterday.
bombs on the Hudson River Accident Roundup Mary Louise Bill, 3350 NW YOU CAN INSTALL YOURSELF WITH '.' .".. r
Tuesday night, killing two Involved in accidents reported 29th Ter., and Jane A. Brown I : ..
men. Thousands of spectators by the Gainesville Police,, Zanesville, Ohio, at NW. 23r' EASY QUICK-MOUNT ATTACHMENT PLUG' ; :
cheered. They thought it was Department and Alachua County Blvd. and 16th Ter., at 403pjn. ; .
part of the show. Sheriff's Office in the t: yesterday.
past IT INTO ANY 3
Half a million persons lined 24 hours were: Herbert L. Hayes, 7235th NE AND BE : : ,=
the riverbanks in Manhattanand St., and Nathaniel Howell .
Earl Harris, 716 NW 9th St. I
New Jersey for the fire- '! 1007 NE 22nd St., in parking loin COOL' INSTANTLY! ', = =: -
and Willie Days Jr., 733 NW
works spectacle, produced since the 1100 block of NE 8th Ave.,
1st St., at NW 5th Ave. and lOtt I .
1957 by Macy's departmentstore. at 7:23.a.m. yesterday.Fire .
St..at 11:45 p.m. yesterday. j
Willie C. Hudson, 619 NW Calls j : .
Two other barges, whose At 5:41 p.m.-yesterday, gas -
crews apparently were unaware '7th Ave., and Mary J. Elmore,, oline fire at 806 NE 9th Aye. .
of the fatal accident, continued '3009 Hawthorne Rd., at SE 11th '

firing rockets into the sky.. i:St., and 4th Ave., at 6:50: p.m. ALACHUA, GENERAL ..' ', : :
June 22.1963 : I :

AMA IIEARS Mr. and Mrs. Santerfeit, Rt. ..; .': ; "
3, Box 94, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. jt .
Richards, Trenton, a girl; Mr. : t.
Public' Benefits and Mrs. Laverne Croft, Willis- > .
ton, a,girl; Mr. and Mrs. John ... '... .
Helling, 3510 NW 18th Terr., a 'p :

In girl. ADMITTED : t' 1
Drug Changes. 4
Walter Judith Parrich.Helling r,Arthur Hazel Warren.Frashi- '.": ::t'r

Sfaiii flurk! uJtmra ease which have devastating effects -er Jr.; Cebert Howell, Robert \ .
Parker, Alex Hunter,
By HAROLD M. SCHMECK JR. on kidneys actually Mary
SAN FRANCISCO Despitethe represent derangements of the Collins, Ollie Barrs, J o ann .
initial outcry from the drug body's immunological defenses.One Quincey, Charbine Walt ers, ,
industry asome' scientistsover explanation of this situa- Florence Cannady, Pear I : it.
the new drug regulations tion is that the body, for rea- Weeks, all of Gainesville; Bet- : .
passed in 1962, the public is sons yet unknown, starts to ty Harris, Williston; Clarita ;t
benefiting from the changes, produce destructive antibodies Crownover, Cross City; Michael .
the medical director of the against its own tissues. Since Kendrick, Cross City; Betty
Food and Drug Administrationtold this is much the same situation Richards,Trenton; Alice Means, .
session of the American that takes place when a for- Archer; Roxie Haynes, Palatka; "
Mildred Griffith, Newberry ThllLr
Medical Association here yes eign transplanted kidney is re- ; -
terday.Dr. I jected, scientists at Harvardand Ginger Lindsey, Trenton; Ber-
Joseph Sadusk Jr., the I a few other centers have nice Vickory, Alachua; Wallace 1tLit
F.D.A. medical director, said: tried using immunosuppressive Folds, High Springs. -UIINELIEJ --
that "while the clearance of' drugs against the disease DISCHARGEDSarah _
new drugs has become more: itself, Dr. Merrill said. In at Robinson, English Har- -w j
demanding, the public has least one disease-a condition rison, Darol Days, Mrs. Gwen- _
benefited called disseminated lupus dolyn Brooker and son, Mrs. _
by our rigorous process _
of carefully screening a eryphematosus this has Jean Rosenbaum and son, Mrs.
drug for both safety and effec shown some promising prelimi- Donna Carr and daughter,
tiveness. nary results, the medical scien- Charles Bromley, Mrs. Mae I
tist said. Hendrix, Thelma Kelly. I
At another session of the!
American Medical Associa- ADVERTISEMENT
tion's 113th annual meeting Dr. H i
John P. Merrill of Harvard High School "Dropouts"Lose
Medical School said recent advances -
transplanted in the kidneys art of sustaining in the $25 to $50 per weekNEW 1fllltLIR1t .

persons who receive them may, YORK. N.Y. (Special-) This preparation can be completed i
in time, have the paradoxicaleffect Recent Government reports show as.quickly as your spare I MODEL ACPQ41
of reducing the need for that persons without a High time permits.The .
School Diploma earn $25-$50 less State diploma issued when
kidney transplantation.Dr. per week than High School Grad- you pass the High School Equiva-
Merrill is one of the pioneers uates. A High School Diplomahas lency Exams receives general i
in kidney transplantation! actually been estimated to be acceptance in busniess and Civil +Fo
and in treatment of kidney disease -. worth $250,000 during a person's Service as the equivalent of a _
lifetime. regular 4 year High School Di- ;
in general. To help overcome the tremen- ploma. Men and women who ;
He said his group and others dous "Dropout" problem, States lack a High School Diploma are
elsewhere have had some from coast to coast row cffer a being urged to follow the thou
Special High School Equivalency sands of "Dropouts" who have
resultsin -
promising preliminary Diploma. .This diploma is being already bettered themselves by -
treating diseased native kidneys made available to the62000.000 getting a high school education.An QUIET DELUXE AIR CONDITIONER .: -.
with the same means pre- adults who never finished High informative Home Study
sently used to treat transplanted Spool. School Booklet is being offered
The Board of Regents of the free of charge to serious minded
kidneys. State of New York has charteredthe persons who need a High School
During recent years, Dr. National School of Home Diploma. Requests should be
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, _i Wednesday, June 24. 1964 Sun 13

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Has 'Pat Panaceas' PROFIT SAN BERNARDINO, LOSS, Calif. 3 Win Council Seats

(AP) Richard Loss received -

For Ailments Wash.a telegram, asking for from$100.Seattle It was,

r ii: Ag's Loss signed Jr.by Loss his wired son, the Richard mon- In Lake Butler Vote

I ey. Then he realized some-
I By BUZZ MKSON er of Agriculture Doyle Con- They are going up. Unprofitable thing was wrong. His son livesin

[ Sun Farm Editor ner 'and Ralph Cellon, president pork production in Florida _
Princeton, N. J. -;"'! .
of the Florida Cattlemen's is due mostly to the fact ',* I Straw VoteLivestock

4 As a Marine Corps offi- Association, about the that Florida has to import a Loss checked with Loss Jr.

cer in World War II, Orville Florida beef situation. A re- lot of its grain. and found he hadn't been to r 4't'f' 'f -t '. _

" L. (Lothrop) Freeman was cent upswing in beef priceswas Seattle. "". %..... ., m -

\. wounded in his left jaw dur occasioned in part by the On cancer research: Ap- :'. : ;
ing combat in the Pacific. During million propriations are pending for Loss lost no time in con- :
of 121
purchase research into what there is in authorities. It was a
I long months of hospitalization pounds by the USDA. wr Ban NixedBy
tobacco that causes cancer.Th'e phony wire, they said. The
Ii I that followed, he had On pork prices: Prices
USDA is going ahead $100? A total loss to Loss.
J to undergo .extensive therapy -
should be sound this year. in this SAM McGARVEYSun
* very strongly program.On
in order to regain his
Stag Writer
1 citrus estimates by

!i speech. the USDA: crop The Departmentis Milk Producer LAKE
.' BUTLER By nearly
; Freeman, who was namedU. attempting to strengthenthe a three-to-one, local voters

S. secretary of agriculture Freeman Hails methods of making esti- Thinks IndustryToo elected three new city council-

-1 by President Kennedy in 1961, mates on all crops. (The Florida men and rejected the proposedban
yesterday demonstrated that Citrus Mutual has
. SupervisedST. on livestock in a munici-
he has indeed regained his Billy Matthews strongly of late the
.' pal election here yesterday.The .
of of the citrus
power speech.He overestimating
PETERSBURG (AP) 4 three elected C. U.
by the USDA. This, the ___. .__ _....-.__ are
crop mar i
R. Wilmer
( ) Producer distributor
He was quite articulate in Congressman Billy Crews, who topped the ticket
delivering a 45-minute ad- Matthews of Florida's Eighth Mutual members contend, Bassett of Monticello thinks Mrs. Reba Beasley signs her voter slip at Lake Butler city hall yesterday. with 287 votes; John K. Lang-

dress at"an Operation DARE District has made his im- causes, prices to drop.) there has been too much super- Clerk of the election was the Rev. H. G. McLeroy, pastor of the Baptist ,ford, a close second, with 286,

II luncheon at.the University of pact in high-up' agricultural Commenting on ,the var- vision of the'milk industry.He Church, and the inspectors were Mrs. Ruth Welch and Mrs. M. P. Geiger. (Sun and John E. Dekle, who had

,Florida; and he demonstrated circles in more ways than ious grain programs, F r e e- photo). 276.
told from five
his smooth flowing vocal one. man listed the decreases in delegates
m emanations the states Tuesday that, althoughthe HE COULD REFUSE Incumbents defeated in their
again at a 45- Secretary of Agriculture surpluses on hand as result .
.minute, press conference that Orville Freeman, as a preface of these programs. He milk industry is undergoinga bid for re-election were Ira T.

followed. to a talk he made here said, for example, that when difficult change, "I think we Young, who received 107 votes,

yesterday, told his audienceof he took office, the govern- can obtain a stable market for Will Bryant Go to Court? and E. B. (Barnard) Andrews,

The former governor of Florida agricultural lead- ment had 84 million tons of milk without strict, fixed retail who got 102.
Minnesota, who at 43 "
he hand. This has milk prices.
ers that brought greet- corn on
the Cabinet The third incumbent, Mayor
youngest mem- ings from their congressman been reduced to 70 million By DOUGLAS STARR I have done and stand on his position house observers could remember
. ber ever named by a president Bassett suggested dairymen John E. Smith, who did not
(Matthews). tons, he said. of ] When Gov. :
of governor a sovereign only previous use:
came with a pat lower costs and boost quality TALLAHASSEE (AP-A ma seek re-election, received 13
up pan-
r "Your congressman," As to the acceptance of ;state with powers equal to and LeRoy Collins invoked the law :
with northern
acea for almost everything cows to compete jor question is being posed : write-in votes.
he ,said, "is, one of the most these programs in various ';separate from those of the court. during a bus desegregation ruckus
that ails American states, which can now export
} agriculture throughout the statehouse this
popular members of Con- parts of the country, Free- I But whether Bryant would appear in Tallahassee.Just The straw vote on the pro-
during the con- milk to Florida under recent week Will Gov. Farris
press Bryant
gress. He has done many fine man said wryly, "The secre- : I remained undisclosed. He posed ban on keeping livestockor
ference. but he has made of agriculture is either a federal court decisions.Virginia respond to a federal court contempt what the State Supreme :
things; an tary I vas served the court order Tuesday poultry within the city lim
I I In doing so, the agricul- institution out of the boiled hero or a bum depending on order? by deputy federal marshal Court told Bryant, or if an an- its, was turned down overwhelmingly -
ture. peanut. whether or not it rains.." School He could. swer was even made yet, re-
secretary-who has a Marvin\ Waits. So was Attorney ] by city votes, 238 to 83.
..._ ,
i sort U 10' T om AUCUU"IU A : :; '" (FlorIda As any other citizen of Florida (General James Kynes.Unsubstantiated mained undisclosed. Bryant con- :83.The

I secretary of state) look Voted Reopenedc served with a court order, Gov. tinued a no-comment attitude. City Council is meeting
-displayed a ready State Correctional System reports said Other legal minds were studying I
reparteewith Bryant could respond and show today to tally seven absentee
I I ]3ryant! had asked the Florida a 13-year old case pitting a
the dozen
or so newspaper 1
( ) New York Time in court at the appointedtime. ballots and to certify the results -
up .I; Court for of Florida the
and television reporterswho supreme an advisory governor against of
the election.
interviewed him. Employes Train at pinion on his duties and responsibilities federal government.
Prince Edward County Boardof The controversy over the livestock
Or he could refuse.He and his position under But Bryant conferred long and
voted 4 to 2 to- issue created lot of interest
In answer to questions, About '40 em speaking on the topic "Chang- supervisors could do as other governors a 1955 law granting the governor frequently with the attorney gen. : a -
Freeman had this to say: I day to comply with the federal: in the election, and 380
in the CorrectionalField. in eral.
ployes of the state's correctional ing Concepts I extraordinary powers
I On' Type 14 flue-cured to- courts and reopen public I out of 464 registered voters, or
system are meeting this ." j limes of stress. In the 1951 case, Gov. Fuller
f. bacco: The latest federal schools, closed for five years to 'about 80 per cent went to the ,.
week at the State Prison hereon Warren was subpoenaed by the
court ruling allows the Agriculture Earlier this week, the supervisory avoid desegregation. They faced Under the law, the governor polls and cast ballots.
Committee Organized
supervisory training, ac- Named Special on
to employes heard talks by punishment for contempt of Bryant. do he deems
; Department enforce cording to Buford Mitchell, an anything necessary -; Crime in Interstate Although the straw vote on
the 10 per cent cut in per- Dr. Daniel Allford, of the UF court if they had delayed the to keep the peace and, the issue had been held to be
t sonnel at the prison. Commerce to answer six
allotments ordered this year. Mitchell manager said the course ,Medical Center, Asst. State At- decision past Thursday.The Party Chairman i prevent violence in any troubledarea tions. ques- not binding on the new coun-
t Growers that have overplanted :torney Mack Futch and Public in Florida.Understandably.
started Monday and that supervisors' decision end- Warren answered the quests cil, the strong vote against it
into Defender R. A. Green Jr. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Thestate's
. may compliance speakers today will be Dr. Ver- ed Virginia's second and most such a law i i by telegram but refused to obey left no doubt of the majority of

with the cut, by plowing up non Fox and Bradford County The course will be concluded drastic experiment with "mas- Democratic delegation used only rarely. Veteran state, the subpoena. the public's wishes.
part of their tobacco, or they named Gov. Farris Bryant per- :
II Rep.-A. J. Thomas Jr. Fox*'is i Friday. sive resistance" to the federal Last night, a city official
may market their excess leaf manent chairman without opposition
I by paying a penalty. The pen- judiciary in school 'desegregation Tuesday and expressed HOLLEY TELLS PRESS said, "The livestock issue is
alty money will be placed in party unity for President Lyn- dead. If two of the incum-
Colombians Visit UF Part
bents had
been re-elected
, escrow, pending final determination don Johnson. ,
I of whether an injunction 41 Rifles StolenIn The delegates selected 14 state might have been passed by city

I granted by a low- Of State-to-Nation Aid PlanA -at-large delegates to be as- Would Not Enforce Rights, I ordinance, but with three new

er court against enforcement 1 signed one half vote each. Se- members taking office the mat-

of the 10 per cent cut is to Mississippi lecton was made by drawing Call ter is settled beyond doubt."
I group of high ranking ister of national education, was I Reapportion Session
remain in effect. If the court COLLINS, Miss. (AP) Law names from a In forecasting a defeat for
Columbian educators and here from Tallahasseeat
t, g o verr.ment expected I the
rules that the injunction is to All other delegates, the present administration
authorities have been alerted to yesterday
eaders are to visit 4:45: p.m. today. committeeman and TALLAHASSEE (AP) The you can legislate social equal I,.
stand the national
penalty money a local political observer -
the theft of 41 rifles and 1,000 candidate "
Gainesville and tomor- Republican for
will be refunded to growersout tonight "This will be a working tour rounds of ammunition from a committeewoman, will have one governor ity. said, "I think they'll get vot-
of week said he
row as part a long Tuesday was against
of the escrow account. (of the state universities), nota National Guard armory here. vote each. of Discussing the pending civil I ed out. The city has had aboutas
Florida universitites.
tour of apportionment
On the beef I Florida has 51 votes at the national -
I sagging mar- Adams bill said if he much
sightseeing junket, the Legislature on the basis of rights Holley were progress as we c an
I i ket; Only about 40 cents of a Secretary of State Tom said. "We have built the Itinerary The armory, In Covington] convention this year. The the homestead elected he 'would make no attempt :stand for while.."
J $3.70 (per hundredweight) Adams invited the delegation, to around a series of work County in the southeast portionof half-vote procedure was neces law and machine exemption to enforce the legislationin Under the administration of

}) drop in price since 1963 is due work out arrangements for conferences with our top university Mississippi, was broken into sary to insure that each of the I poli Florida. Mayor Smith and councilmenA.

, to fat cattle imports. The U.s. exchanges of students and professors officials and plan onlya late Saturday. Guardsmen re- 56 delegates and two national tics.Rep. L. Griggs Paul Riherd

r imports mostly the canner, and a technical assist bare minimum of ceremonial ported the theft to the sheriff's committee members has voting Charles Holley of Pinel- The governor must decide on : and ,

, cutter and utility type beef ance program between Florida I activities." office.Gina power. las County told a capitol news the constitutionality of laws Young Andrews, the Council -

-not fat cattle. The effect of and the Republic of Colombia.The conference he would not call a made by the U.S. Congress, he'I instituted a number of city

,1 these imports nationally has special session of the Legislature said. If the governor does not improvements, and to finance

been minimal. In the overall, visit is part of a unique High SpringsTax to reapportion if he were think the law-any law-is con them, increased tax assess-

.j it would be a bad policy to state to-nation mutual assist elected governor in November.But stitutional he should not .enforce ments.

legislate imports. This would ance program initiated by Roll he did say he would con- it in his state, Holley But when In an effort to meet

weaken the whole bargaining Adams several months ago. It vene the Legislature to overrulethe said.The FHA requirements, the council

1 position of agriculture. has been endorsed by the Or- Won't Change recent U. S. Supreme Court obligation of the governoris tried by ordinance to. ban the

Freeman said he had confer- ganization of American States decision which calls for reappor- to maintain order in the state, keeping of livestock within the

red with Florida Commission- and U. S. Alliance for Progress HIGH SPRINGSIn his roleas tionment."I Holley said, but maintaining order .city, a furore was created

\ officials. s, Y tax assessor, as well as am not an integrationist," is apart from enforcing civil which undoubtedly was reflected -
Holley said. "I do not believe rights laws. in yesterday's election.laTcb .
Cloutier is
s Williston Post The delegation, led by Dr. city clerk, Lou now
preparing a tax roll which he *
I Pedro Gomez Valderrama, min-
says will be about the same as Plan
More Laws NeededTo
; Auxiliary HoldInstallation s last year's. Says
I Winds Hit
"The city's real estate and Another

,- personal property roll totals Regulate Cigarettes .
Tampa Bay Area $532,740," Cloutier said, "a n d WadeInST.
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I it will be about that amount WASHINGTON (AP) Surgeon research and education on
I American Legion Post and its; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "
this year, too. General Luther L. Terry smoking. AUGUSTINE (AP) Ne-
Auxiliary recently held a joint t Two freighters were torn loosfrom
installation of officers at the their mooring lines He said the railroad assess- told Congress yesterday more But Terry testified that the groes risked a fourth straight

Legion Hall.Winston several homes were unroofed ment is $234,425 and that for legislation is needed before the Department of Health, Educa- day of violence at St. Augustine
is $496. federal tion and Welfare believes that Beach by planning to return today
Tampa and St. Petersburg Tuesday telegraphy property government can regu-
McDonell was installed -. night when high win late the advertising and labelingof more legislation is needed to for another wade-in.
as commander of Landrum I thunderstorm I Cloutier will present the new cigarettes.He give the FTC authority to regulate Thirteen persons were arrested -
spawned by a severe
Memorial Post and Mrs. Evelyn the I tax roll to the City Commissionon cigarette advertising.And Tuesday and a 14-year-old
: whipped
I" Worsley was installed as I area. 't' July 6, when that body will testified also that any he added that the regulation Negro girl's face was burned by

Auxiliary president. The weather bureau reported sit as a board of equalization.He such authority should be givento of cigarette labeling shouldnot an unidentified liquid. The girl

Other Legion officers arc! a tornado at Cape Coral n said city taxes last year the Food and Drug Administration be in FTC hands, at all, Audrey Nell Edwards was

Bob Philpot, first vice com. Fort, Mjers, but no were based on a millage of 15, rather than to the Federal but rather under the FDA. treated at a hospital and re

mander; Louis Roberts, second damage was done. t and that the city budget totaled I Trade Commission. The Mrs. Neuberger expressedfears leased.

vice commander; Was I No injuries were reported.One ; $119,905. FDA like the Public Health that the decision of the Dr. Martin Luther King, headof

q.... Jernegan, sergeant at arms; house was unroofed in Speaking of city finances, .Service which Terry heads is welfare department to seek new the Southern Christian Leadership

t Jim Senterfitt, finance'officer; southern section of Tampa an Cloutier said increased cigaret .under the Department of legislation might result in no Conference which spon

Smith historian RoyV ..... ,, Health Education and Welfare. regulation of cigarettes at all
Milo ; another home was severely = -- '-- taxes have been of considerable sors the protests, planned to re-
: Denmark, service officer; A. P., Terry's testimony before the "It would be tragic Mrs. integration
damaged from the high winds. help in running the city. turn today to confer with
Floyd, chaplain; T. K. Gardner,, One woman reported seeing a Kay's Famous Friend House Commerce Committee Neuberger said, "if regulationsso leaders.

adjutant. funnel cloud touch one of the New Real EstateScholarship :drew sharp opposition from an- significant to the health of Tuesday night a group of
Americans should fall victim to
I Installing:officer was __Pas t t homes, but the weather bureau Two-year-old Gina Ka;f Copeland, daughter of other witness. Sen. Maurine B. a petty jurisdictional dispute." about 40 men and women seg-

District Commander Charle s. was unable to confirm it. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Copeland. of 1143 NE '10th Neuberger, D-Ore. Another, witness, Rep. HoraceR. regationists prevented the civil

Schaffer of'Starke.Other The weather bureau said several Ave. tells her friend, Art Linkletter, how rights marchers from walking
t new many "One wonders, she said, Kornegay, a Democratic
auxiliary officers vice are homes were damaged in St fingers it takes to be 1 two years old. Linkletterhis The University of Florida's'College '"just how serious the department's member of the committee, who through the Old Slave Marketin

Mrs. Neva Clark first Petersburg. visited here yesterday in role as a board mem- to really from tobaccogrowingNorth city square as had been their
Rene of Business Administration : urge regulate comes
president; Mrs.' Emma her of the Royal Crown Bottling Co. (Sun photo by ] is." Carolina said the tobacco custom.A .
Weaver,.second vice president; First Eddie Davis. yesterday announced a band of white youths ran to
Negro ) new $360 scholarship in the The Federal Trade Commission industry had been convictedby
Mrs. Martha Denmark secretary
Service the far end of the square and
Art oral of the Gainesville of real estate recently completed hearings the Public Health on
Mrs. Margaret Senterfitt, Radio-TV personality manager area appraisal.Established :
; lined the sidewalks to jeer and
ani Enters Ocala JC Linkletter boor plant on its proposals require "insufficient evidence" in ils'
treasurer Mrs. Pat Germ paid a two -
; and white
the Miami ; taunt the Negro
by that cigarette packages smoking and health as
carry a report on
historian : Mrs. Mary Smith, visit to Gainesville yester- While here, Linkletter gave
chaplain;"Mrs. Mae"Wall, ser- OCALA AP) A summer day, in his capacity as a di- 'awards to five employes: chapter of the Society of Real warning that smoking may be last January. marchers filed past. It was
Estate Appraisers, the scholar- :injurious to health and. otherwise asked the committee there that the unknown person
geant at arms; and Mrs. Dorothy session applicant is the first Ne- rector of the Royal Crown Bob Manning, who leads the Korengay
Philpot, assistant.Installing gro to enroll at Central Florida soft drink furol.Linkletter sales force in increased business ship goes to a qualified to regulate advertising not to "condemn thousandsof threw the liquid into the girl'sface. -

officer was Mrs. Junior College.He was accompanied and new account; Paul graduate or upper division student I claims. our people to squalor" by .

Glenna Pedrick, fourth district is Craig Finley 17. of' by the company's 'Board Copeland and Ray Hines, in real estate who exhibits Mrs. Neuberger urged Congress destroying the tobacco industry.Mrs. .

president, of Dunnellon. Ocala. Finley will be a sophomore I' chairman E. L. Norton, pres- both salesmen, David Blosh, exceptional ability in the i to "do nothing which Neuberger, however,

Mrs.' Wall,received a special next year at Moorebead ident W. H. Glenn and direc- production supervisor, and area of appraisal It will be in 'would obstruct or impede the told the committee "We haveto ILLITERATE KING?

medal for attendance, becausethe (Negro) College in 'Atlanta and tor W. T. Young. The party Quincy Jones, route manager. the Department of Real Estate i implementation" of either the weigh human life and its King John, who signed the

has not missed a meeting in says he hopes to become a phy-I. was met by James E. Hod- About 25 persons work in and Urban Land- Studies at the FTC program or a Public economic value against the val- .Magna Carta, probably did not

to) years. sician. Deft, vice president and gen- the local plant. } University. Health Service plan for mass ue of a single industry. know how to write.r. .

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f: Wednesday. June 24. 1964 Gainesville Sun 13 J

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I Has Pat Panaceas LOSS 3 Win Council Seats

(AP) Richard Loss received -

a telegram from Seattle,
For Ailments Wash., asking for $100. It was
' Ag's
ii; signed by his son, Richard In
Butler Vote
Loss Jr. Loss wired the mon- Lake

Then he realized some-
k I' By BUZZ MIXSON er of Agriculture Doyle Con- They are going up. Unprofitable thing was wrong. His son livesin

Sun Farm Editor ner and Ralph Cellon, presi- pork production in flor- Princeton, N. J. --
dent of the"Florida Cattle-, ida is due mostly to the fact .I :t' rz. { ''' U Straw VoteLivestock
As a Marine Corps offi- men's Association, about the that Florida has to import a Loss checked with Loss Jr. $"- Y ,. '".''' <><

cer in World War II, Orville Florida beef situation. A re- lot of its grain.On and found he hadn't been to ), ::; >: k"N c, 1 Cj

L. (Lothrop) Freeman was cent upswing in beef priceswas Seattle. .',.."'H<
J wounded in his left dur- cancer research: Ap- '.>>
t jaw occasioned in part by the : :
propriations are pending for Loss lost no time in con-
ing combat in the Pacific. Dur-
of 121 million
, ing long months of hospitalization purchase pounds by the USDA. research into what there is in tacting authorities. It was a Jj .tea Ban Nixed
tobacco that causes cancer. _.
wire said. The
that followed, he had On pork prices: Prices phony they
t I to undergo extensive thera- should be sound this yea r. The USDA is going ahead. $100? A total loss to Loss. _\ j9 By SAM McGARVEYSun
py in order to regain his very strongly in this program.On _
' Staff Writer
speech. citrus crop estimates by _
Milk Producer
! the USDA:' The Departmentis LAKE BUTLER By near-

f Freeman, who was named attempting to strengthenthe ly three-to-one, local voters

U. S. secretary of agriculture Freeman Hails methods of making esti- Thinks Industry elected three new city council-
by President in 1961 all The Florida ;
-.1 Kennedy mates on crops. ( men and rejected the proposedban
yesterday.demonstrated that Citrus Mutual has
Too SupervisedST. on livestock in a munici-
r, he has indeed regained his Billy Matthews strongly of late the pal election here yesterday.The .
of speech. of the citrus .
p power overestimating '
PETERSBURG (AP) three elected are C. U.
1 by the USDA. This, the .._..... .
R. crop Wilmer 0.-: ---
[ He was quite articulate in Congressman, ,(Billy) Producer distributor Crews, who topped the ticket
delivering a 45-minute ad. Matthews of ''Florida's Eighth Mutual members contend, Bassett of Monticello thinks Mrs. Reba Beasley signs her voter slip at Lake Butler city hall yesterday. with 287 votes; John K. Lang-

dress 'at'an Operation DARE District has made his impact ,causes prices to drop.) there has been too much super- Clerk of the election was the Rev. H. G. McLeroy, pastor of the Baptist ford, a close second, with 286,

,1// luncheon at the University of ,in high-up' agricultural Commenting on .the var- vision of the milk industry.He Church, and the inspectors were Mrs. Ruth Welch and Mrs. M. P. Geiger. (Sun and John E. Dekle, who had

,Florida; and he demonstrated circles in more ways than ious grain programs, F r e e- photo). 276.
from five
his smooth flowing vocal one. man listed the decreases in told delegates

m emanations again at a 45- Secretary of Agriculture surpluses on hand as the re- states Tuesday that, althoughthe HE COULD REFUSE Incumbents defeated in their

minute, press ,conference that Orville Freeman, as a preface sult of these programs. He milk industry is undergoinga bid for re-election were Ira T.

followed. to a talk he made here said, for example, that when difficult change, "I think we Young, who received 107 votes,

yesterday, told his audienceof he took office, the govern- can obtain a stable market for Will Bryant Go to Court? and E. B. (Barnard) Andrews,
The former governor of'Miimesota' Florida agricultural 'lead- ment had 84 million tons of milk without strict, fixed retail who got 102.
who at 43 was that he hand. This has milk prices.'
ers brought greet- corn on
the Cabinet The third incumbent, Mayor
youngest mem ings from their congressman been reduced to 70 million By DOUGLAS STARR have done and stand on his po- 'house observers could remember
, ber ever named by a president Bassett suggested dairymen John E. Smith, who did not
(Matthews). tons, he said. of sition as governor of a sovereignstate only previous use: When Gov.
came up with a pat panacea lower costs and boost quality TALLAHASSEE (AP-A) ma- seek re-election, received 13
I r "Your congressman, As to the acceptance with powers equal to and LeRoy Collins invoked the law
with northern
for almost everything cows to compete jor question is being posed write-in votes.
he ,said, "is one of the most these programs in various separate from those of the court. during a bus desegregation ruckus
J that ails.American agriculture states, which can now export throughout the statehouse this
popular members of Con- parts of the country, Free- under But whether Bryant would appear in Tallahassee.Just The straw vote on the proposed
during the con- milk to Florida recent week Will Gov. Farris
press : Bryant
He has done fine man said wryly, "The secre-
gress. many remained undisclosed. He ban on keeping livestockor
ference. federal court ,decisions.Virginia respond to a federal court con- what the State
but he has made of agriculture is either a Supreme
things; an tary was served the court order Tues- poultry within the city lim-
I I In doing so, the agricul institution out of the boiled hero or a bum-depending on tempt order? day by deputy federal marshal Court told Bryant, or if an an- its, was turned down overwhelm-
ture has peanut. whether or not it rains." School He could. swer was even made yet, re-
secretary-who a Marvin Waits. So was Attorney ingly by city votes, 238 to 83.

, sort of Tom Adam-ish (Flor- As any other citizen; of Florida General James Kynes.Unsubstantiated mained undisclosed. Bryant con- 83.The

ida secretary of state) look Voted Reopened served with a court order, Gov. tinued a no-comment attitude. City Council is meeting
Correctional reports said Other legal minds were study-
-displayed a ready State System
repartee Bryant could respond and show today to tally seven absentee
Bryant had asked the Florida ing a 13-year old case pitting a
with the dozen
or so news- (c) Now York Times in court at the appointedtime. ballots and to certify the re-
paper and television reporterswho up Supreme Court for an advisory governor of Florida against the
sults of the election.
interviewed him. Employes Train at Raiford FARMVILLE, Va. The opinion on his duties and respon- federal government.But .
.. ., Prince Edward County Board; The controversy over the live-
Or he could refuse. sibilities and his position undera Bryant conferred long and
.In of voted 4 to 2 today stock issue created lot of interest
I answer to questions, supervisors a -
RAIFORD About 40 em speaking on the topic "Changing He could do as other governors 1955 law granting the gover- frequently with the attorney gen-
Freeman to with the federal in the election and
had this to say: comply 380
in the CorrectionalField. in eral.
ployes of the state's correctional Concepts nor extraordinary powers
On"Type 14 flue-cured tobacco courts and reopen public out of 464 registered voters, or
system are meeting this times of stress. In the 1951 case, Gov. Fuller
:' The latest federal schools, closed for five years to about 80 per cent went to the
week at the State Prison hereon Warren was subpoenaed by the
court ruling allows the Agriculture Earlier this week, the supervisory avoid desegregation. They faced Under the law, the governorcan polls and cast ballots.
Senate Committee Or-
supervisory training, ac- Named Special on
to employes heard talks by punishment for contempt of Bryant. do he deems
i Department en- cording to Buford Mitchell, personnel anything nec- ganized Crime in Interstate Although the straw vote on
, force"the 10 per cent cut in ; at the prison. Dr. Daniel Allford, of the UF court' if they had delayed the essary to keep the peace and Commerce to six the issue had been held to be
t allotments ordered this year. Mitchell manager said the course Medical Center, Asst. State At- decision past Thursday.The I Party Chairman prevent violence in any troubled tions. ques- not binding on the new coun-
f Growers that have torney Mack Futch and Public I in Florida.Understandably.
overplant- started Monday and that supervisors' decision end area Warren answered the quest cil, the strong vote against it
ed come into Defender R. A. Green Jr. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Thestate's '
compliance -
t. may speakers today will be Dr. Ver- ed Virginia's second and most such a law is by telegram but refused to obey left no doubt of the majority of
with "the cut Democratic delegation
by plowing up non Fox and Bradford County The course 'will be concluded drastic experiment with "mas- used only rarely. Veteran state- the subpoena. the public's wishes.
of their tobacco named Gov. Farris
part Bryant
or they _
' Rep. -A. J. Thomas Jr. Fox is Friday. sive resistance" to the federal Last night, a city official
may market their excess leaf manent chairman without opposition
judiciary in school desegregation said, "The livestock issue
by paying a penalty. The penalty Tuesday and expressed HOLLEY TELLS PRESS -
money will be placed in disputes. party unity for President Lyn- dead. If two of the incum-
Colombians Visit UF Part
bents had been re-elected it
'I' escrow, pending final deter- don Johnson. ,
mination of whether an Injunction 41 Rifles StolenIn The delegates selected 14 state might have been passed by city

granted by a low- Of State-to-Nation Aid PlanA -at-large delegates to be as- Would Not Enforce Rights, ordinance, but with three new

, er court against enforcement signed one half vote each. Se- members taking office the mat

I of the 10 per cent cut is to MississippiCOLLINS lecton was made by drawing Call ter is settled beyond doubt."
I group of high ranking ister of national education, was Reapportion Session
remain in effect. If the court Miss. (AP) Law names from a hat. In forecasting a defeat for
Columbian educators and here from Tallahasseeat
rules that the injunction is to government expected All other delegates, plus the the present administration
authorities have been alerted to yes-
I eaders are to visit 4:45 p.m. today. committeeman and TALLAHASSEE (AP)) The you can legislate social equal
stand, the penalty money national terday, a local political observer
the theft of 41 rifles and 1,000 "
Gainesville and tomorrow Republican candidate for
r will be refunded to growersout as\ part of a week long "This will be a working tour rounds of ammunition from a committeewoman, will have one nor said Tuesday he was against gover- ity. said, "I think they'll get vot-
of the escrow account. V (of the state universities), nota National Guard armory here. vote each. Discussing the pending civil ed out. The city has had aboutas
Florida universitites.
tour of integration, apportionment of
On the beef has 51 votes at the national -
I mar sightseeing junket Adams the Legislature on the basis of rights bill, Holley said if he were much progress as we c an
ket; Only about 40 cents of a Secretary of State Tom said. "We have built the itiner- The armory, in Covington convention this year. The the homestead elected he 'would make no at- stand for a while."

$3.70 (per hundredweight) Adams invited the delegation, to ary around a series of work County in the southeast portionof half-vote procedure was neces population law, and machine exemption -tempt to enforce the legislationin Under the administration of
drop in price since 1963 is due broken into to insure that each of the poli
work out arrangements for conferences with our top uni- Mississippi, was sary Florida. Mayor Smith and councilmenA.
( to fat cattle imports. The U.S. exchanges of students and professors versity officials and plan onlya late Saturday. Guardsmen re-;56 delegates and two national tics.Rep. L. Paul
the I committee members has voting Charles Holley of Pinel-- The governor must decide on Griggs, Riherd
! imports mostly canner, and a technical assist- bare minimum of ceremonial ported the theft to the sheriff'soffice. and
. cutter and utility type beef ance program between Florida activities." power. las County told a capitol news the constitutionality of laws Young Andrews, the Coun

-not fat cattle. The effect of and the Republic of Colombia.The conference he would not call a made by the U.S. Congress, he cil instituted a number of city
1 these imports nationally has special session of the Legislature : said. If the governor does not improvements, and to finance

: been minimal. In the overall, visit is part of a unique High SpringsTax to reapportion if he were' think the law-any law-is con- them, increased tax assess

"t 1 it would be a bad policy to state to-nation mutual assist elected governor in November.! stitutional he should not enforce -ments.

I legislate imports. This would ance program initiated by Roll But he did say he would con-: it in his state, Holley But when in an effort to meet

weaken the whole bargain- Adams several months ago. It vene the Legislature to overrule' said.The FHA requirements, the council

f ing position of agriculture. has been endorsed by the Or- ... Won't Change the recent U. S. Supreme Court obligation of the governoris tried by ordinance to. ban the

Freeman said he had confer- ganization of American States decision which calls for reappor- to maintain order in the state, keeping of livestock within the

red with Florida Commission- and U. S. Alliance for Progress HIGH SPRINGSIn his roleas tionment."I Holley said, but maintaining order city, a furore was created

officials. ,.. ;: tax assessor, as well as am not an integrationist,", is apart from enforcing civil which undoubtedly was reflect.
Cloutier is now Holley said. "I do not believe rights laws. ed in yesterday's election.
clerk, Lou
Williston Post The delegation, led by Dr. city
Pedro Gomez Valderrama, min- preparing a tax roll which he t
T says will be about the same as Plan
More Laws NeededTo Negroes
Auxiliary HoldInstallation \ last year's. Says

t HighTampa Winds.IIit "The city's real estate and Another

personal property roll totals Regulate Cigarettes '

Bay Area $532,740," Cloutier said, "a n d Wadc-In

WILUSTON Williston I I it will be about that amount I WASHINGTON (AP) Surgeon -research and education on
I American Legion Post and its: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "
? I this too. ,
Y year, General Luther L. Terry smoking.But ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) Negroes -
Auxiliary recently held a joint Two freighters were torn loose
installation of officers at the from their mooring lines and I He said the railroad assess- I.told Congress yesterday more Terry testified that the risked a fourth straight

Legion Hall.Winston several homes were unroofed in ,ment is $234,425 and that for legislation is needed before the Department of Health, Educa day of violence at St. Augustine
is $-196. federal tion and Welfare believes that Beach by planning to return today -
Tampa and St. Petersburg Tues. telegraphy property : government can regulate -
McDonell was installed more legislation Is needed to for another wade-in.
day night when high winds a the advertising and labelin,r
as commander of Landrum spawned by a severe thunderstorm Cloutier will present the new :of cigarettes. give the FTC authority to reg- Thirteen persons were arrest.
Memorial Post and Mrs. Evelyn V the tax roll to the qty Commissionon ulate cigarette advertising. ed Tuesday and a 14-year-old

1.< Worsley was installed as whipped area. July 6, when that body will I He testified also that any And be added that the regulation Negro girl's face was burned by

Auxiliary. president. The weather bureau reporteda sit as a board of equalization.He such authority should be giver t of cigarette labeling should an unidentified liquid. The girl,

Other Legion officers are. tornado at Cape Coral near said city taxes last year to the Food and Drug Administration -not be in FTC hands, at all, Audrey Nell Edwards, was

Bob Philpot, first vice com. Fort, Myers, but no apparent were based on a millage of 15, I rather than to the Fed. but rather under the FDA. treated at a hospital and re-

mander; Louis Roberts, sec, damage was done. < and that the city budget totaled 'oral Trade Commission. The Mrs. Neuberger expressed leased.

ond vice commander; Wash No injuries were reported.One $119,905. FDA, like the Public Health I fears that the decision of the Dr. Martin Luther King, headof

.... Jernegan, sergeant at arms; house was unroofed in the Speaking of city finances, Service which Terry heads fc i welfare department seek new the Southern Christian Lead

1 Jim Senterfitt, finance officer; southern section of Tampa and Cloutier said increased cigaret under the Department oi f r legislation might result in no ership Conference which sponsors -

Milo -Smith, historian; RoyF another home was severely ...s:..-&",'-- k.-i taxes have been of considerablehelp Health Education and Welfare. regulation of cigarettes"at all. the protests, planned to re-
i Denmark, service officer; A. P. Terry's testimony before the! "It would be tragic, Mrs.
damaged from the high winds. in running the city. turn today to confer with integration
Floyd, chaplain; T. K. Gardner, One woman reported seeing a Gina Kay's Famous Friend House Commerce Committee Neuberger said, "if regulations leaders.

adjutant funnel cloud touch one of the New Real EstateScholarship drew sharp opposition from an. so significant to the health of Tuesday night a group of

I Ins golfice.as ?_Pasl t homes, but the weather bureau Two-year-old Gina Ka;:f Copeland daughter of other witness, Sen. Maurine B, a Americans petty jurisdictional should fall dispute.victim "to about 40 men and women segregationists -

District QmunanderCharle s; was unable to confirm it Mr. and Mrs. Claude Copeland of 1143 NE 10th Neuberger, D-Ore. Another witness, Rep. HoraceR. prevented the civil

Schaffer of'Starke. The weather bureau said.several Ave., tells her new friend, Art Linkletter, how many I "One wonders," she said,, Koraegay a Democratic rights marchers from walking

r Other auxiliary officers vice are homes were damaged in St. fingers it takes to be 1 two years old. Linkletterhis The University of Florida's ."just bow serious the depart. member of the committee who through the Old Slave Marketin

Mrs. Neva Clark, first Petersburg. visited here yesterday in role as a board mem- of Business Administration 'ment's urge to regulate really comes from tobaccogrowingNorth city square as had been their
Rene College
president; Mrs.. Emma her of the Royal Crown Bottling: Co. (Sun photo by is." Carolina said the tobacco custom.A .
Weaver,*second vice president; Eddie Davis. yesterday announced a band of white youths to
First Negro ) new $360 scholarship in the The Federal Trade Commission industry had been convicted ran
Denmark secre-
Mrs. Martha the far end of the and
the Public Health
recently completed hearings by on square
tary; Mrs. Margaret Senterfitt,, Radio-TV personality Art eral manager of the Gaines area of real estate appraisal.
treasurer;Mrs. Pat Germ a n i, Enters Ocala JC IJ letter paid a two boarvisit ville plant on its proposals to require "insufficient evidence" in its lined the sidewalks to jeer and
Established by the Miami that and health taunt as the Negro and white
historian: Mrs. Mary Smith, to Gaiaesvffie yesterday While here Unkletter gave cigarette packages carry a report on smoking
chaplain;;Mrs. Mae Wall ser- OCALA (AP) A summer in his capacity as a director 'awards to five employes: chapter of 'the Society of Real warning that smoking may be last January. marchers filed past It was
; Estate Appraisers, the scholarship injurious to health, and otherwise Korengay asked the committee there that the unknown person
geant at..arms;. and Mrs. Dorothy session applicant is the first Ne- of the Royal Crown Bob Manning, who leads the
goes to a qualified .to regulate' advertising not to "condemn thousandsof threw the liquid into the girl'sface.
Philpot, assistant gro to enroll at Central Florida soft drink Grni.Linkletter sales force in Increased business '
Installing officer was Mrs. Junior College.He was accompanied and new accounts; Paul graduate or upper division stUdent claims our people to squalor" by .

Glenna Pedrick, fourth district is Craig Finley, 17. of by the company' Board Copeland and Ray HIDes, in real estate who exhibits Mrs. Neuberger urged Congress V destroying the tobacco industry.

president of Dunne lon. Ocala. Finley will be a sophomore chairman E. L. Norton, president both salesmen, David Blosh exceptional ability in the to "do nothing which I Mrs. Neuberger, however,
Mrs.' Wall received a special next year at Moorehead W. H. Glenn and. director production supervisor, and area,of appraisal. It will be in would obstruct or impede the, told the committee "We have ILLITERATE KING?

medal Jor":attendance, because (Negro) College in Atlanta and W. T. Young. The party Quincy Jones, root manager. the Department of Real Estate implementation" of either the, to weigh human life and its King John, who signed the

the has not missed a meeting Into says he hopes to become a phy- was met by James E. Hod- About 25 persons work in and Urban Land. Studies at the FTC .program ora PublicIHealth economic value against the val- Magna Carta, probably did not

years. sician. Deft, vice preside and f en- the local plant. \ University. Service plan for mass: ue of a single industry." know how to write

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Santa Clans Favored In Irish Derby 1 I
$20,000 Loot
Top .
i'k LUNUUN (AT) British speedy colt continue to dwindle. Curragn race iracK,-nrjt test;
aR 1r" M'k bookmakers have established for Santa Claus.sinceJMs.victory
Two American colts were.:
y In Cleveland Santa Claus as a 4-5 favoritefor in the"pWn"D ) rbyIr "appear I
: rd t$ f Jet r 'r Open Saturday's Irish Sweepstakes'among several withdrawn Tuesday ed the- starting field would

,,,, kthY Zs 1ty1cl t\1 a, !;Yttt s A a fl s x' a a y I Derby while challengers to the I for the ll>-mile event at the number only about 15 horses.

I s :a S4L. t.lt By FRITZ HOWELL each of the 150 amateurs tossed I--

S ata's o yts\1a Associated Press Sports Write r $200 into the pot -

!4 big The today's
: professional shooting
money golf tourists .are beginning
1 best round was due forI\ Dayton MOlT'S
.r to bunch up, but)'outhfuJack I ,
Nicklaus. is taking steps t J a $1,000 prize and the pro in II Thorobreds

w stay on top. the leading foursome had an'

JlTCif* lJClttr 1.4tI afar* JA dt rlLwrtl T atnYTi JAYEtEutAx1 ; .r The 24-year-old Columbus stai $800 payoff on tap. So one of 1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-7537
u1.tx'rr a rr a r rf Ala ; them could possibly pick up
who paces the pack with $51,426)
'" $1,800.Boys' SUNOCO SERVICE
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last week's National Open, han InS
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LIPA Open, which starts its four-day,, Wins Pair At .
ft-hole medal-play grind Thurs { THORO FARE
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day. Pinellas ParkThe c 6.70 x 15 7.50 x 14g95

While runner-up Arnold Palmer $
($49,651)) and fourth-place: Boys' Club of Gainesville $995Tube

Tony Lema ($40,561)) passed up:. followed the pitching of lefty
Type Black Tubeless 4 Ply
I practice rounds Terry Kite and right-hander I .
A Giants Team.1 Tuesday overthe q- Nylon Black Nylon
i 6,821-yard, par-71 municipa]I Gary Matakovich to 6-1 and 4-3'

layout Nicklaus measured I victories over Pinellas Park in I 50% DISCOUNT ON ALL
The Giants participate. the Seminole League at the Club. Front
Boys' inch of it. the Central Florida Boys' Club
every ..
"' row, from left, are Walter Anderson, David Drake, Ronald Heron, Clenton League at Pinellas Park. t ZL J FOREIGN CARS
I ,
Thompson, Randy Moore, Gary Lane and David Heathcoat. Back row, from Instead of cooking up a skin I ,f. .. -

left, are Ricky Moorhous, Randy Bur Billy Powers, Mason Padgett, game with some of the other Kite allowed only one hit, .. NEW TRED'S r-.=. .-.. ..
Donald Suereth, Ray Cauthen, Vic Spencer and Craig, Cauthen. (Sun photo. ). competitors, Nicklaus went out: struck out seven and walked I 4 -_ .
alone with only his caddy tag. two men in the first game. Jimmy WE WILL HONOR 600 x 13 \

; ging along. He kept no score, Manning, Steve Johnson, .
I Boys' Club What Didn'tVote. but he had a score card full of: Steve Tinney, Ronie Ray, Rob- ANY MAJOR LISTED 4 For 2495 BIk. '
Player notes when he came in. ert Harmes, and Kite each con CREDIT CARD
Kiwanis Win tributed safeties in the win.
Also missing the practice ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR .
jaunt were Ken Venturi, last In the last inning' of the sec ,.
Kiwanis and Boys' Club scor- for Willie? week's surprise winner of the ond game with the score tied.I
... ed Major League baseball victories National Open, and classy Dow 3-3, Gainesville got a base run I MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CARBRAKES l

at Harris Field yester- Fmsterwald. The temperaturewas ner when Tinney singled to .

day.Steve By JOE REICHLER he just can't spell M-A-Y-S., I in the 90s, and tornado I left field, stole second, went to I
Culbreath fanned 17 bat- END,
warnings third on a fielder's choice and RELINED FRONT
Associated Press Sports Write:r How any major league ballplayer were flying to discourage
ters and got two hits himself as much of the talentedfield I scored on a fly ball by Howard
Kiwanis topped Exchange, 3-2. I NEW YORK (AP-Will th,e sound of mind, devoid of 149 professionals and 10 I Rigg. Matakovich went the Parts and Labor Included ALIGNMENT
Boys' Club topped Elks 5-2 on'culprit-beg pardon, ball play r. of prejudice, either over or under amateurs. route giving up four hits, strik

..... a two hitter by Terry Kite. er-who did not vote for Willi Leggett had a pair of hits forBoys' Mays please stand up fielder in the United States-or each pros a picnictoday batter _. Co slier '
as teamed with three
Club. in the world for that matter- 69.5 Toe -In.
Games today in Junior League Or is he too busy cutting ou t over Mays is almost impossibleto amateurs in a best-ball handicap Coach Joe Pelt's nine moved 15,000 MilesGuaranteed 25,COO MilesGuaranteed O O Camber

play will match Florida National paper dolls? Maybe he has suddenly imagine. I round with $10,000 going to I up to third place behind Ybor

Bank vs Knights of Pythiasat gone blind. Or could it b<: I the play-for-pay group. The proCessionals City and West Tampa on the ..
5:30 and Coca-Cola plays Yet one did just that in the' paid no entry fee, but t basis of their 6-3 record.
All-Star balloting conducted by _.
United Commercial Travelersat Y" -
Defeats Commissioner Ford Frick's of-
7:30. I
Club Elks fice and announced Tuesday. I
abrh earn Actually, 30 did not
Leggett 3bJohnson 31 2 Arnold e 300 Hawthorne players ....... ..
ID 110 Thompson ssBey's 210 vote for Mays as the National ..... -
Tenney cf 301 Meeker cf 300 ,
Un'dr'wd 1b 220 McPher. 3b 110 P. K. Yonge No.6 defeated I League starting center fielder -... ,.
Riggs C 300 Nolan 2b 100
but 29 had a legitimate excuse.
Haveard ss 210 Vidal Ib 200 Hawthorne 81-41 last night ir I .. ..
Broyles rf 200 Palmer If 101 They were Willie's teammates
Haimes If 300V. Winkel rf 100 .. ...
Summer Basketball
Kite p 100 Byrd p 200Roundtree League and the rule says you cannot
If 100 play at Gainesville High School.. .- "..;
Hammer If 100 vote for a member of your -:
Zetrouer p 101If Ronnie Koru had 26 poin; team.
.TotalsKiwanis 20 5 3 Totals 2 2
and V. G. Hodsdon 14 for PKY. But what excuse did the other } A
ab r"Exchange abrhDavis Frankie Atkinson had 13 foi. non-Mays voter have? a

2b 401 Henley 2b 310 Hawthorne.In This guy voted for Curt Floodof
Purkett ss 400 Oyenarto 3bSlmrrons 400
3b 321 Helton p-rf 400 the St. Louis Cardinals.
sophomore loop play, Howard
Ryals c 311 Arnold ss 111Cul'bih -
p 10 2 Johnson If 400 Bishop edged Westwood, Now Flood is a capable ceniter -
Worth cf 400 Cone,cf 000
fielder but it's useless to
Hudson IbManasota 401 Rogers c 301 33-32, and Buchholz topped
rf 200 Dugger Ib 301 even try to him with
Brown If 300 Mon'gm'y rf 000 PKY, 3431. Rob Boyd had 1 7 n
Carter cf 100 I for Westwood and Bill Deas, Mays. Or compare any other t
Henderson 2 0 0
Totals 31 ) I Totals 21 2 3Clay's I eight. Bill Martin had 12 and I center fielder with Mays.

Jack Ryals 10 for Howarc I Willie is simply incomparable.
Back Bishop. Fred Soxman made. He's a league all to himself.

13 for Buchholz and Bob Mc-: Whenever rival players or man- Tire

With ellis hit 10 for PKY. agers begin comparing stars, as
3,500 they oftei do, they invariably
Tonight's Senior play will place Mays in a category of his
Pound Stone match GHS No. 2 and GHS No. own. Then they begin evaluating
3 at 7, Santa Fe and PKY No the others.

NEW YORK (AP) Heavy-I 5 at 8:15 and GHS No. 1 and I Willie received 240 out of a 3At

weight champion Cassius Clay ]Newberry at 930.: possible 241 votes.It Bny
returned home Tuesday night would serve this lonesoneguy iLLwheu Yon

from a five-week African tour right if the other 240 voted

I with a weighty problemwhatto The American F o otb al 1 to have him appear at home

do with a 3,500-pound stone ]League will play 20 pre-season plate before the All-Star game,

slab, once part of an Egyptian games in 15 cities starting Aug. July 7, and say out loud, a Prices
pyramid.He 8 when the New York Jets thousand times: No Trade.In
received the stone as a I meet Buffalo in Tampa Fla.,, "Willie Mays. Willie Mays. Regular
gift from the Egyptian govern- C and Denver visits San Diego. Willie Mays.

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been part of the Giza"pyramid ? Auto Insurance Problems ?

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I) :Angels9 Now Give On InspectionOf Boats SaturdayGainesville Set Ray Culp's One-Hitter

t will participate .

!1 J oes- the Willies in(June national 28-July safe 4) with boating a safety week .

inspection program Saturday Gives Phillies

,. at the Gainesville Shopping a SplitBy
t; .iMURRAdnxss;; !. victory over the Senators. Center.A .

{ : Associated Prel -Sports, Writer I The 25-year-old lefty was a parade down 13th Street t to,

( Smith Wins until Bill Rig University Ave. east to Main -
pitcher Manager ,
J F 2 When Hollywood made the I DICK COUCH 22-year-old right-hander blanked ers henceforth.
Street and north .
decided Smith deserved a to the
: movie, Angels in the Outfield," ney Shopping Associated Press Sports Writer Chicago 9-0 in the second gameof "With Bunning, (Dennis) Bennett .
Ii trial as a hitter. Rigney now be- Center will start things at
: they weren't talking about Wil- Another Game a doubleheader Tuesday (Art) Mahaffey and
lieves there's never been any- 9 a.m. Saturday.The Ray Gulp has pitched his way "
J' : lie Smith. All of the Angels, night. (Chris) Short working so well,
f one more deserving. inspection being sponsored -back into the Philadelphia Phil- the said "we just
manager ,
: however,:are talking about him On Timely HR No other Cub reached base

now. Smith reached the majors by the Gainesville Safety; lies' starting rotation. All ittook against Gulp, whose early sea- haven't been able to give Ray

I{I = ; last year with Detroit He Council and the local Power was a near replica of teammate son troubles cost him a frontline enough work. The doubleheaders -
,I The movie was story of the Squadron. The Florida Boating enabled us to use him more.
pitched in 11 games, gaining a Jim Bunning's perfectame. job on Gene Mauch's leaded -
:: heavenly kind of angels in the victory. was the seventh straight: 1-0) record and a 4.50 earned run Commission will do the inspscj- pitching staff. Now he's pitching like he did
outfield of the Pittsburgh Pi for the Angels, equaling the J; "
2 : The I last year.
I average. Angels acquiredhim ing.All
I rates. But Smith, a Los Angeles longest winning streak in the April 29 in a trade for Julio boat owners in the are: A first-inning base on balls Five Starters Culp, a $100,000 bonus baby

j 2 Angel, has been a devil at bat. majors this season. Navarro.As are invited to bring their boats and Len Gabrielson's sixth-in- Mauch, thoroughly impressedafter five years ago, won 14 gamesin

: The pitcher"turned outfielder' It also marked the second L to the inspection.Twilight. Ding single came between Gulp Gulp's effort, announce 1963, his rookie season, and

: lashed two singles and a two- consecutive night Smith won a southpaw.hurler this sea- and perfection, attained two that the National LeagueleadIing led Philadelphia pitchers with

Il. : run homer Tuesday night,. games with his bat. His pinchhit son, Smith has a poor 1-4 recordin days earlier by Bunning,. as the Phils will go with five startNational 176 strikeouts. He reported witha

2 sparking Los Angeles to a 2-0 I single the night before drovein 14 relief appearances and one /1 sore arm this spring, droppedfive

: triumph over Washington.The: the tie-breaking run in a 5-2 start but has a respectable 2.81 of six decisions and found

:: ERA. I Lea e himself in the bullpen.But .

H : I When Smith was inserted into Game three victoriesincludingthe i I : J1

I the line-up for his hitting Rig- DETROIT KANSAS CITY ___ __ : -
one-hitter-and two complete -
If( : brhbi abrhb HANK AARON
ney didn't fool around. The Lumpe 2b 4000 Causey ss 211 0 First cam IP H R ERBBS games in his last three .his hit
manager placed him in right Wood Ib 3000 Green 2b 110 CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA Farrell ......... 3 f 4 4 0 2 have vaulted S brings victory
Cash ph-lb 0000 Charles 3b 400 0 abrhbi abrhb Raymond '''.... 2 1 0 0 0 1 appearances the
'f field and made him the No. -4 Kaline rf 401 Colavito rf 2012 0 0 1
A'lfitano 2b 4 1 1 Taylor 2b 4011 LarsenL02..3 3 1 young Texan back into the
t : Freehan c 4000 Jiminez If 4010 cf 4000 Washburn ...... 523 6 3 3 0 5
hitter. 4000RoIas
Smith's performance Demeter If 4010 T'fbull ph-If 000 Rodgers ss Taylor W, 1-1 ... 1 1-3 1 1 1 0 0 Phils' pennant plan.
rf 4001 0
Williams If 4010 Callison Suns
Tuesday night rocketed his Thomas cf 4120 Bryan c 300 0 Cuellar ......... 2 2 0 0 0 3 Split
average Santo 3b 3000 3b 302
AAcAuliffe in 4th. The second-game victory
ss 4 0 1 0 Joseph Ib 4000 Farrell faced 2 men
il 40 points to .319. He has Phillips 3b 2010 Mathews cf 3 0 2 0 Cowan Banks Ib cf 4121 4010 Cater Sievers If Ib 402 4001 0 0 T-2;20. A-9,879. gave the Phils a split of the
Wert 3b 2000 O'Don'hue 2 0 0
10' -- p two home runs and 10 runs batted Sparma p 2000 Alusik ph p 100 0 0 Ott rf 4011 Triandos c 3 3000 0 0 <0 Twilight Game twi-nighter. Chicago took the Two Games
Clemens rf 000 0 Wine ss
in for 47 times at bat. Regan Roarke pr ph 0000 1011 Bertell c 3000 Short p 200 C r h 1M. ab r h III opener 2-0 on Dick Ellsworth's
Gladding! p 0000 Ellsworth p 3 0 0 0 Amaro ph 100 I J. Aloucf S000KIaus 2b 4010 Retain LeadBy
Amazing Mark Totals 34 1 7 1 Totals MIS 2 Totals 33 2 4 2 Totals 32030 I Hiller 2b 3020 Harper If 402 0 five-hitter.
If 100 100 oooPhiladelphia Ln'erph2bl000PlflSOfl cf 4010
WcdnesdyJune24,1964 His pinch-hitting record is etroit .. ................ ooo ooo 100Kansa -1 Chicago -:::::::"""""::. 000 000 000--I I Cepeda Ib 3100 Coleman Ib 4000 Giants Split
even more City_ 000 020 MX- McCovey If 3110 Keough rf 4000Mays THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
He has
amazing. DP 1, Philadelphiaa. San Francisco
E-Santo. Chicago
I ph cf 1 0 0 0 Edwards c 4 0 1 0
seven hits in 14 chances, with) City E-Mathews.10. LOB Detroit 7, Kansas LOB Chicago 5, Philadelphia 6. Snider rf 2 1 2 Cardenas ss 3010 divided with Cincinnati win One just needs quick lock at
five; of the hits coming in his O'Donoghue, Green, Bryan. 2B-Amalfitano. Otto IP H R ER BB SO I I Halter Kuenn ph c rf 4120 2 0 0 0 Maloney Boros 3b p 201 000 0 0 ning 4-0 before bowing 5-4 in 11 the International League standings -
Ellisworth/ W, 9-4 9 5 0 0 1 3 I
last seven tries. paryna.L0.1..6 3 2 2 4 Hart 35 2000 Queen ph 100 to see that any one of five
S ..... i
S hurtL3-4 a 6 2 2 1 6 I 4012 Johnson ph 1 0 0 0 innings. Pittsburgh defeated
Jladdmg ....... Pagan ss
I .2 2 0 0 1 1 ..... teams
1 0000 1
That's pretty heavenly in RigS' .'. .. W, 4-46237 1 1 0 4 Baldschun Marietta! p 4 0 0 0 Rose ph 100 0 New York 5-1; Milwaukee beat could wn the pennantand
........... WP-Short.. T-2:2f. Totals 34 4 t 4 Totals 32 !_7_!
ney's book.Elsewhere. 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 Night Game no one would be surprised.League
Wyatt ._. ........1 0 0 0 0 1 San Francisco ........ ... 004 000 000-4 Los Angeles 5-2 and St. Louis
I Dietzel Likes .in the AL Tuesday PB Bryan.. Night T-2:28.Game CHICAGO r h bi PHILADELPHIAab ebrhbt Cincinnati ..... ...... .. 000 000 000-4 nipped Houston 5-4. leading Jacksonville

night, Baltimore nipped New DETROIT KANSAS CITY Stewart 2b 4000 Taylor 2b 4230 E-None. DP-San Francisco 2. LOB+San Culp said after the game he maintained a slim 14 game
York 9-8 abrhbi Rodgers ss 3000 Briggs If 1 0 0 0 Francisco <. Cincinnati 7. lead l
Chicago blanked Boston Lumpe 2b 3320 Green 2b abrhb 401 0 Williams If 3000 Herrnst'n Ib 4 3 4 1 McCovey, Haller.IP. relied mainly on his fast ball Tuesday night by splittinga

2-0, Minnesota whipped Brown If 5131 Williams ss 4 0 0 0 Santo 3b 3000 Callison rf 4222 H R ERBBS the Cub hitters."I doubleheader with Syracuse,
Kaline rf 4123 Charles 3b: 401 0 Banks Ib 1000 Allen 3b 5132 Marietta!, W 939 7 0 0 2 5 against .
r. Cleveland 6-2 and Detroit tram Cash Ib 4000 Colavito rf 411 0 Schurr p 1 0 0 Covmgton If 3 1 23: Maloney L, S-8 .. 3 8 4 4 2 0 had arm trouble late last I losing the first game 3-2 and
SEC FootballOne McAullffe SS 3 1 1 4 Alusik If 400 0 Oft ph 1000 Wine ss 2000 McCool ._........ 2 0 0 0 0 3
pled Kansas winning the second
.. City 9-3 after los Thomas cf 4000 Edwards c 4 1 1 0 Cowan cf 3000 Gonzalez cf 4011 Henry .......... 2 0 0 0 1 0 year and early this season be- 8-1.
Smith's homer in the Wert 3b 5000 Joseph Ib 31 1 0 Clemens rf 30000olrympleclOlO Duren .......... 2 0 0 0 0 :3 I
I Roarke c 3100 Mathews cf 4 0 1 2 Schaffer c 3000 Rolas ss-If-2 4 0 1 C I -2:27.. cause I threw too much breaking -. In the only other game
inning broke up a scoreless I Lolich p 2200 Pfister p ooo 0 Slaughter p 0000 Culp p 4000 I Night Game stuff," he recalled.
11 pitching duel between Jiminez ph 101 0 I G'ris'n ph-1 3010 SAN FRANCISCO CINCINNATI beat Atlanta 4-3 in a
of the finest defenses of Southeastern Conference foot- the An Drab'sky p 1000 Totals 2t 0 1 1 Totals :30 9 171 I abrhbi abrhbi I He said Gabrielson's hit, a contest called at the end of 61?

ball was made recently by Paul Dietzel, head grid. coach gels' Dean Chance and Bennie _Tatals 33 Ht Stock Totals p 34 100 3 72 0 Chicago ..........._.......... 000 000 000-4Philadelphia I Kuenn Lamer If 2b 4000 5010 Coleman Klaus 2b ph 401 1000'1 golfed shot off a low fast ball, innings because of rain. Colum-

Daniels. Chance wound up toss- DeTroit .. ......... ... .... 030 100 050-4 320 022 "x-l.I Mays cf 5000 Rose 2b 000 surprised him. "I jammed him bus
I at West Point and former Louisiana State mentor. ing a four-hitter for Kansas City .............. 000 200 001-I E-None. DP-Chicago 2. LOB-Chicago Cepeda Ib 5000 Harper If 412 and Buffalo and Richmondand
Dietzel was being asked if he would be interested in his fifth E-Willlams. LOB_ 2, Philadelphia .. Hart 3b 4332 Pinson cf 401 CI I down and in, and he sliced it to Toronto were rained out.
victory -Detroit 9, Kansas Johnson Ib 501 1 1
against three defeats. 28-Hermstein Allen 3, Dalrymple. J. Alou rf 4121 ,
) placing Army in a "super" conference.The The shutout reduced City 2B-S.Brown, Charles Joseph, Mathews, HR-Cowlngton (7). Crandall c 4010 Cardenas ss 4 1 1 C I IO'Dell right. Even though idle, Toronto
his ERA IP H R ERBBSC I Pagan ss 4011 Boros 3b 311 C Culp wasn't ecstatic about his !
Army coach responded quickly, "If you mean with to 1.91. .olavito.S-Louch,3B-Lumpe. HR-AAcAuliffe (9);.. Slaughter L, 22 1-3 3 3 3 1 1 I p 1000 Smith c 210 0 moved into second place. Roch-

,f schools like Mississippi and' LSU entered, yes. ,If you mean Thomas IP LumpeLoch.W.7S H R EROBSO Shantz 1234 2 2 0 1 I Peterson ph 1 0 0 0 Edw'ds ph-c rf 200 512 0 performance. "We're on top and ester, Syracuse and Buffalo
The 1000 Keough ,
Yankees appeared well ,, .... Schurr 3138 4 4 0 1 1 I Shaw p
with schools from other of the no." 9 7 3 3 1 3 McCovey ph 1 0 0 0 Nuxhall p 400 0 I'm not a winning pitcher. If I who fill
I parts country, their Pfister L. 1-3 ... 1233 3 3 3 1 Els ton 23 0 0 0 0 1 I I out the top five in that
Dietzel said he is convinced the football fans in other on way to an easy victory Pena .. .........11-3 1 0 0 1 1 Warner ......... 2 2 0 0 1 1 I Totals 39454 Totals scored.31591 was 10-5 with this club I'd have, order
None out when winning run each 2
CUlp, W, 4-S ..... just %
when 1 0 games
the Orioles struck for Drabowsky .... 3133 1 1 2 3 I 0 1 7 r '
I' sections of the country do not realize how strong the SEC sev- tock .. ....... 23 0 2 2 2 2, -2:31.. A-3S.483. San Francisco .. ....... 000 100 210 00-4 something to be happy about." behind the pace setting Sunsin
en runs in the bottom of r antiago .. ..... 2 1 3 3 1 1 Night Game Cincinnati .. ....m.. 030 000 100 01-5E I'
is i.a,.league and how rugged its top teams are individually the eighth. Pinch hitter WP-Lolich. T-2:30. A-11.957. HOUSTON brhbi ST. LOUIS -None. OP-San Francisco 1. LOB-: 17-IIit Attack the standings.

t The Cadets' coach said, 'mayhe'wlth tongue in cheek, Charley Night Game abrhbi San Francisco 7. Cincinnati 9. .I Doug
Spangler cf Gallagher
Lau ignited the comeback witha WASHINGTON LOS ANGELES Fox 2b 4120 3022 Flood cf 4010 I 2B-Hart, J. Alou. HR-Hart 2 (9), Phillie hitters were beaming a newcomerto
abrhbi abrhbi Kasko Brock If 4120 I Keough (3). SB-J. Alou Harper. SFPagan. after their 17-hit the Chiefs, picked his first
II 0 up
single and climaxed it witha I Blas'ame 2b 401 Green cf 300 I pr-ss 00 White Ib 4121 supporting role
t ruii-scoring Kennedy 3i>>> 4010 Pearson ph 1 0 0 0 Gaines Bond If rf 4100 Boyer 3b 411 2 I IP H R ERBBSO in the second-game victory. victory of the season against
d9uble. Hinton If 4000 Perry cf 000 4011 Skinner rf 4010 O'Dell .......... 21-3 4 3 3 4 2 Jacksonville
Brooks Robinson and Will King rf 3010 Power Ib 412 0 I Staub AsprO'nt.Ib 3b 4 0 1 Warwick rf 0 000 Dgffala ......... 123 0 0 0 1 II I Wes Covington homered, Richie in the seven inning
Brumley e 4000 Fregosl ss 400 0 I Lillis ss-2b 4010 Groat ss 4130 I Shaw..... ... .... 4 3 1 1 1 2 Allen opener of the twin bill
Kirkland each singled home two Skowron Ib 4000 Smith rf 413 2 3000 Javier 2b 4 ole Perry U 4-3 ... 2 2 1 1 0 1 cracked three doubles and ,
I'l 1Mb tefu' runs in the inning. when it was Lock cf 3010 Kirkpatfk If 4 0 2 0 I Bateman Farrell p c 4111 1000 Washburn McCarver c p 2 200C 1 1 1 I Nuxhall ....... 10 7 4 4 3 7 including a pair of doubles. even though he needed relief in
Brinkman .. 0 0 0 1
ss 3 0 0 0 Rodgers c 301 0 I Roberts ph 111 OTaylor Ellis I W. 4-2 1 1 the sixth.
all over, Baltimore was in first Daniels p 3000 Satriano 3b; 300 I Larsen p 1000 Gagllano p ph 0000 1 0 1 0 I I Perry pitched 'to 1 man In llthHBP The opener was another story
Knoop 2b 201 I Cuellar 0 0 0 -By Nuxhall (J. Alou). PB-Smith ; Relief hurler Harry Fanock
place one-half ahead of p 0 I I Ellsworth breezed to his ninth
Sip.S fJJ'rif Chance p 100 0 I Totals 33 494 Totals 3) 5 13 4 T-3:27 A-19.943.
: p Totals 32 0 4. Totals Nignr Came came on in the second
,If :L1 : New York. Elston Howard, I Houston ................. 100 002 100.4 PITTSBURGH NEW YORK victory in 15 decisions. Ernie S inning
-- Mickey Mantle and I Washington 177.. '__..... 000 000 000-4 I St. LOUIS .................. 300 100 10X-SE abrhbi abrhbi Banks singled home one run; and pitched six hit ball the
Roger Ma-
Los Angeles ....... coo ooo C2x
cf 3 0 0 I 0
ris hcmered for the losers. -Bateman, Staub 2. DP-Houston 2, Schofield ss 4 1 3 4 Hickman 401 I 0 and 'rookie Billy Ott doubled ip i rest of the way as Jacksonville
II E-Freoosl 2_ OP-Washington 1. Le St. Louis 1. LOB-Houston 4, St. Louis S.2B Bailey 3b 4000 Hunt 2b I
IIi Angeles 1. LOB-Washington 6, Los Angeles -Brock, Fox, Bond. HR-Boyer (12),; Clemente rt 5 0 1 Kran'pool Ib 401 0 the other. bombed Syracuse in the secondgame.
looks down its at the rest of the Rookie Wins 7. Bateman (3). SB-Brock 2. S-Llllis. SF- Stargell Ib 4000 Chi-pher rt 4 1 0 I 0' .
tHat the Ten still nose
i Big HR-Smith (2). S-Chance 2. McCarver, Fox.Indians. Lynch If 4000 Altman If .010'I Marty Keough's lead-off horn
I the country when the fall sport is the topic of discussion. Fred Talbot scattered eight IP H R ERBBSC Mota If 0 0 0 0 C.Smith ss 4 0 2 1 er in the 11th inning earned Cincinnati Rochester scored its winningrun
Daniels, L. U ... S 9 2 2 2 2 Burgess c 4010 Gonder c 402 I 0 -
t These other people should play more SEC teams. They'd hits for the White Sox. Pete Chance W, 5-3 ... 9 4 0 0 1 7 Win Vlrdon cf 4130 Samuel 3b 3 0 0 I IMazer'ski 0 a split with San Fran against Atlanta in the sixth
Ward WP-Daniels. T-1 49. A-5,36O. 2b 4 2 2 1 Steph'son ph 1 0 0 I 0
-wake up-in a hurry, Dietzel said. and J. C. Mar Night Game Law p 3110 Willey p 100 I 0 cisco and kept the Giants 1%1 inning when Mickey McGuire

= tin knocked in Chicago's secondrun I CLEVELAND MINNESOTA From TwinsIndians McBean p 10 Taylor ph 100Kanehl : behind dropped a squeeze bunt with
brhbi abrhbi I I ph 100 games Philadelphia. Jim
f rThat E Old Argument with a double in the sixth Howser ** 4 0 1 Versalles ss 4011 0 Totals 37 S 11 5 Totals 34_1_.i_1- Hart's eighth inning homer, his the bases loaded. A few minutes -

inning. Davallillo/ cf 4 0 0 0 Rollins 3b 411 0 ., ... .. ,... 003 000 002-5 later with
t Wagner If 3100 Oliva rf 401 1 walloped Twins 8-3,, Pittsburgh York ...... ... .. .... 000 001 000-1 1 second of the game, had pulled I one out in the
..::: the Ten fans always give Harmon Killebrew smashed I Romano c 4120 New bottom
One of age-old arguments Big I Alvls 3b 4010 Killebrew If 4 2 2 1 Orioles edged Tigers 6-4 and I -_ Schofield. DP-Pllts- the Giants even. of the seventh, rain

e1 out is that the SEC schools play such a "weak" schedule his 23rd homer in the Twins' I fiance Ib 3000 Allison Hall cf Ib 3111 422 1 1 Red Sox beat Yanks 6-1 in burgh E 1;Kranepool New York 1. LOB-Pinsborg I Juan Marichal scattered seven washed out the contest.

ared' to the week-in and week-out triumph. Jim Kaat hurled Brown 2b 4012 Battey c 401 1 7, New York t.2BCI@mente. Mike
--as: com rugged competition McCormick
, ,
i Held rf 4000Goryl2b 3001 0 Gator League games at the Mazeroskl Hunt Gonder I singles in the opener and ran picked up his

t M*">"" faced'by the Western Conference schools. losing a shutout in Moran Ramos ph p 0000 1000 Kaat p soil 1 Boys' Club yesterday. C. Smith. HR-Schofield.,, $Burgess. $ his record to 9-3. The Giants fourth win of the season in seven

I b. .- .In 1964,. this scribe, a Big Ten alumnus but one with a the ninth on Bob Chance's two- Smith ph 1000 Outstanding players included I -Bailey. Wiey. IP H R ER BB SO scored all their runs in the third I starts for Rochester.

i fair appreciation the SEC gladly would throw Ole Miss, run single. Kaat singled home Totals 3225 2 Totals 33 ll I Law, W, 6-5 ..... 72.3. 1. 0 2 4
: Cleveland ......._.. .. ."..._ Mike Nixon and Dean Sparks, McBean ........ 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 inning, Duke Snider and Jose
.! LSU, Auburn and Alabama against all the Big Ten teams one of Minnesota's three runs Minnesota ......_..... .. .13101.000 000 01 002-2- I Red Sox; Robert LaMunyon Jackson Willey. L. 0-1 ........ 7 1133 5 3 2 3 2 0 1 1: Pagan singling home two each.

week-in and week-out. He'd also sit back and smile. in the second. E-Davalillo. Rollins. Op-Minnesota 1: and Mike Wishart, Yanks; Fisher ..eo........ 2-3' 0 0 0 Dick Schofield drove in four Carlon Gets

In fact,',there are many who would like to throw the Rebels The Tigers salvaged a split of LOB-Cleveland *, Minnesota 5.Vl" T237. A25764.
Hilliard and
Harold three
Oliva Romano. HR-Kllle- Night Game runs, on a homer, and
t of Mississippi against the Big Ten for 10 days running their doubleheader with the Athletics brew (23). Hall (14). $H-Goryl.IP Mills, Twins; Al Fraizer and II I LOS ANGELES r h bi MILWAUKEEab ab r h bi I Vera Law pitched his fourth By Spurs 3-2
; and, take their. chances. If Coach Johnny Vaught's gang isn'tthe behind the hitting of Dick Ramos L 4-5 .... 4 1-3 S S 0 2 I Ivo Rabell, Indians; Tommy W. Davis cf 301 0 Cline cf 302 I straight victory as the Pirates
in nation in 1964 it's not going to miss McAuliffe and Al Kaline. Mc- Bell ........... 0 0 Gilliam 3b 4021 Carty ph-If 2 0 C I 0
best. team the ,
... ? ? Hancock and Cobb Orioles landed the HIGH
Abernathy. 0 0 1 Andy Parker Ib 3000 Boiling 2b 400 0 Mets their 11th loss SPRINGS Leading
by any more than a magnolia blossom. Auliffe connected for a grand- Stange ...... .. 1 1 1 1 0 T. Davis If 4000 Aaron rf 412 in
0 and Jimbo Niblack Jim- : 12
slam homer in the eighth while Kaat, W. 7.3 ..:.. S 2 2 2 Howard rf all Maye If-cf 512 I games. Canon Products squeezed out a
HBP-By K..t (Chance).. WP-Kaat. my Barco, and Eddie Herb, Camilll c 3000 Alou Ib 411 I 3-2 win last
over Spurs
Caught on the Run KaLae batted in three runs, two T-224. A-11,379. Roseboro ph 1 0 0 0 Torre c 302 I Braves Win night in
Night Game Tigers. N.Oliver .2t> 4lloMenke 3b-ss 201Traceski 0 High Springs softball action i
with a single in the second. BOSTON CHICAGO In Salt and ss 2 0 0 W'dward ss 2 0 0 0 Milwaukee snapped a seven-

Ray Graves' daughter Kathy is helping out this summerin Rocky Colavito's two-run single Jones 2b abrhbl 4020 McCraw 1b all lOll r II bi 0 Raccoons Pepper beat Bears Leagueaction 17- Wills Moeller ph p 1000 1 0 0 0 Oliver Tietenauer ph p1001 1001 0 0 fame losing string, rallying for: whit e Southeast Transformers :

the office %of pator Boosters. She's a pretty addition to in the fifth inning won the Y'trze'skl Conigliaro cf H 4 40 03 0 0 0 Buford 2b 4001 0 12 Panthers walloped Rebels Fairly ph 1010 Schneider p 1001M'twsph3b321 0 three runs in the seventh on doubles won from Rebels 11-6. 1
Web 2b ; 1
the UF staff. first game for Kansas City. His Wilson Stuart 1b 4 0 0 0 Robinson rf 3 1 0 001 0 0 I 0 31-16 Buffalos topped Jets 22- Totals 3O22 Totals 255111 5 by Hank Aaron and Felipe: Billy Godwin and Billy Gib-

I, If' and 'when Florida Citrus Commission gives approval I hit was only the second off Joe rsaw 0 0000 0 0 0 Ward StePhens 3 If 411 1 ; Los Angeles _...............!. lie ooo-I Mou and singles by Lee Maye: son hooked up in a mound duel
3111 0 15; and Pioneers beat Rockets .............. .
000 lt JlxE -$ in the .
I to the $100,000 Orange Juice Open, the flashy new Golden I >parma, who was making his Malzone 3b 3 l000Landjsd 0 0 0 Hansen 4011 0 2117. Milwaukee and Joe Torre, to. overtake the: Canon Spurs clash. Godwin -

Hills course near Ocala may get the event.Linkfield's first major league appearance TUlmanc BreSSOUd IO2OMartInC IS 3 301 0 1 I 0 1 LOB-Camilll_ Los Angeles 2, Parker.6, Milwaukee Gilliam Boiling 11. odgers. Frank Howard hit his gave only two scattered

Lamabep 4ilOTiIbOtp 1000 2001 0 2B Fairly,Aaron Alou. HR- -Howard 16th homer for.Los Angeles and I hits to Johnson and Thomas
Mantillo ph 1000 (6), Mathews (6). SB Aaron
I Totals 33 ll I Totals S-Parker, Tracewskl Boiling. Ed Mathews his sixth for the while fanning 10. Gibson permitted -
31 HI: Jerry Hillebrand, a second-, IP H R ER BBSO
Bosto.i ..._.... Braves. three hits, including a pairof
Mark ooo ooo 000-4 Moeller 51-3' 1 0 1 1 1B J
One-Hitters 'Chicaqe .::: :::::::::.: OOP OM OOx_ year man from Colorado who Miller ........ 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 Rusty Staub's second of doubles to Joe Rice.
E-Wes.; DP-Chicago linebacker for the Brewer L. H .... 2.3 4 3 3 0 1 error
549 Is BestBob I. ChicagO 7.2BStephens. 2 -OBBosonwartin. played corner Reed ......._. 11-31 1 I 2 0 the seventh inning allowed Tim The Chargers needed six runs
1963 New York Giants is Schneider .......5 52221
expected -
HR-Ward .
(I) McCarver to n-the last inning to
S8-McCraw. FiSCher .........1 O. 0 0 1 score St. Louis'winning top Reb-
Linkfield had a 190-167 IP H R ERBBSO > to replace Sam Huff as lefenauer, W, 2-4 3 1 0 0 1 1 3 run after John Bate. els.- The losers held a 6-5 edge
Clashes Larnabe. L U ... 6 6 2 2 HBP By Moeller (Menke). WP- -
t 192-549 series' in the Mixed City Loop Talbot Heffner ......-..-.... ,2 0 0 0 3 0 4 2 middle linebacker this fall. Moeller. T-2:40. A-1M59. man's homer had lifted the going into the final frame.
W. 20
Doubles loop at Palm Lanes. I T227. A-12.626. 0 0 2 2 Colts into a 4-4 tie in the top of Danny Aubel had three his for

Pat Brownsword had a 476 I NEW YORK NIgIII GaIN$ the inning. the winners.
Budweiser blanked Schlitz 5-0 hitter for Budweiser, giving upa
all r.. bi Tomorrow night's will
to lead the women. and Gainesville Wings white- fifth inning single to secondbaseman LInz3b S 2 2 0 Brandt cf 5120
RIctI'SQft 2b 3110 Johnson ss 4000 send Spurs against Carlon again
Frank Jones rolled a 21 high, washed Guy Cleveland 4-0 i in a Nick Bryant. It wasa Maria Mantle ? 5 1 4 Powell If 4 2 2 Legion Lions while North Florida
r 5 1 1 1 Siebem Telephone
game and Edna Jones had a clean shot a low liner to rightfield. Trestt H 5 1 1 Robinson fll ,
of hit efforts in :I Ui j Co. plays Rebels.
168 best for the women. Team pair one City Pepitone ib 4 1 1 0 Orsino c I
League softball last night at City Howard c 4132 SVine pr-ss 0100 Chargers 200 021 6-11 7
No, 6 had a 2384 series and Budweiser got only a halfdozen Boyer ss 321 Klrklandrt 1112 Spring Upsets
Park. Sheldon p 2000 AdauJb LEAGUE Detroit Kansas Rebels
1121 NATIONAL Rakow 3-4) at City 410 100 0- 6 6
Team No. 5 hit an 829 high hits off Bill Lester but BIaI5Chdphil00Bflkfp lose W L Pd. G.B. (Seoul *4), night
re-I Bowens ph 1000 Philadelphia 39 U .619 Cleveland (Donovan 2-4 and John 2-4) McLeod and Aubel; Floyd and
Barnes hurled the made it for the
game. _ Bobby one- rors easy Tltlls IS I 12 ::: 2,11f : San Francisco 39 %7.591 1" at Minnesota (Roland 25 and Grant ALACHUA Lower division Waters.
ners. Bill Campbell: had two 2S Pittsburgh :u 29 .540 5 3-4) 2, twl-nighr teams to
I New York ................ 11. 20l1- C1ncInnati 35 30 .532 5 Boston (Connolly 15) at Chicago (Peters rose up spank the Carlon 100 001 1-3 5
doubles for Budweiser. Gene I I..t-- ............-.. 000 Itl .1II-t St. louis 33 33 .500 7'hCNcago 7-3), night leaders last night in Alachua
31 31 .soo 7\'J Washington (Osteen 5-4) at Los Angeles Spurs 001 100 0-2 2
Time Tie : E-None.
Ritch doubled.
J1m1t Brings DP-New York 3. LOB-New I softball action. Legion
Y ork 4. Baltimore .. Los Angeles 32 :u AS 0.AI McBride 2-10) nightTomorrows Godwin and Bruce Gibson and
Lynn Doverspike returning to Houston 32 35 AS 0 Games second ;
26-L1nz. Robinson Orsino Lit,. HR place Copeland 11-10
35 .DO 9 Kansas City at Los
31 Angeles N
mound action for the first time :H oward (fl. Mantle (14). Marts (12). Milwaukee and Diedeman.
Powell 2 (15) SB-lUrkjand. S--Stleldoft. New York 20 41 .294 21 Cleveland at Minnesota Lions won from leading
Game in Petticoat Loop in some weeks, gave up a sixthinning IP H It ER II SO Yesterday Results New York at Baltimore H Alachua Milling Co. 11-1.
S heldon _. 7 7 2 2 3 San Francisco 4-4 Cincinnati 1- Only games scheduled) Ml. Pleasant
single to Ray Burnsed. :"kelson, L. 4-2. 2-3 i S S 1 i ChiCago 2-0, Philadelphia ... FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Legion overcame a sevenrun ,
Terry .. ........ 2 W L Pet. O..
I II )32 1 l Milwaukee S. Los Angeles
Tung Oil and Williams-, led the winners with three hits He struck out nine. Bunker ..._ _.q.. 31-3' 4 1 o 2] PIttsburgh S, New York t St. Petersburg 42 23 Jb\t Copeland fourth inning to tie inthe Barllcy Win

Thomas played to a 7-7 tie in a I each. Garland Wallace and Andy: i'addix' W. 3-1_.........3.. 1 2-1.5 3 3 0stroda. SO 1 2 St. Louis 5. Houston Todays 4 Games Ft.Lakeland Lauderdale 38 42 28 23 .57.444* -fh I fifth and win in the sixth.

Petticoat. League.-softball game Six runs in the first got Kirk- Baliki led Wings' eight hit at ,Mnler .........i 111(2 Chicago (BurUette 3-1) at Philadelphia Daytona Beach 35 20 .547 6..*' Jimmy Dampier had a triple Mt. Pleasant beat ML Carmel .
PB Orsmo. Sarasota
T 2.4X
A-31.I6Q. (Mahaffey 7-2) ni M 30 34 .A55 12Vk
at City Park last night The contest patrick & Pierson started as it tack with two safeties each. San Francisco (Herbel 4-3) at Cincinnati Miami 21 3f U18 15 and single for Legion while Hard 17-2 and Bartley Templewon
In the Business League tonight Twins (OTooie 6-3). twilight ramps T 340, 1M
in- scored in Ingram doubled for
called after seven Combs Cbpe-
was every inning. Sign Pittsburgh (Friend M) at New York Orlando 20 46 .313 22 from Greater Bethel 9-( in
limit. led with three hits. Penn Chem plays Gainesville (Jackson 3-10) Yesterdays Resotts
nings due to the time Peppel, Stuart Church League .at Lincoln
Mllwaokee Ft. Lauderdal land.Walks games
4 Los Angeles (DryJak 0at 2. Orlando S
In other games, Jones-John-, Hall and Hodges all had Gas at 6:30, Smith Sin CollegiansMINNEAPOLIS Schneider 1-n Miami 5. Daytona Beach 4 hurt Alachua Milling as field last night
I clair meets Howard's TV at 8 Houston (Nottebart 2-7) at SL Louis St, Petersburg at Tampa. ppd.
pitcher Jim Jenkins
Bell]I, two hits for the gave 10.The .
winners and up
scored a 13-0 victory over (Sadeckl 7-5), night. Lakeland at Sarasota pod rain i George Faulkner led ML
and Fulps Radiator goes against; (AP-Dave Tomorrows Camel Today's Came losers hits off
and Kirkpatrick &: Kite, Holmes, Elleman, and got only two Pleasant with three hits
Telephone Daytona
Los ot San Francisco. N Beach at Ft. Lauderdale
Med Students at 9:30 : [ Bob Price'and I
Pierson won from Hill's Plastering -. Long had two hits each for the on FielLI identical ittsburgh at New York Orlando at Miami winning pitcher Walt Edmon-Lemuel Lewis had a pair. Winning
No. 1. Games on Field No. I t twins Jim and John Cevrik of Houston at SL Louis Tampa ot St. Petersburg son. Bill Enneis doubled for the
losers. Saratoga
18-13. match Utility Department i 1 t the Missouri Tigers, nmnersup (Only game AMERICA scheduled LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL at Lakeland LEAGUE winners. pitcher Louis Hall gave ,
Oil scored seven runs jc I, Tung Oil 1330000713Wms.ThonL' three hits. I
Tung W L Pd. G.L .WLPcLG.L only
and CWA at 6:30 Gainesville :to Minnesota'in the NCAA baseball Tomorrow night's will
: Jacbonvlfle games
050 200 07115Wallace Baltimore 40 IS Mi MI 21 .511
,the first reeinningirWilliamsI Livestock takes on Hav-A-I championships, have been New York M 24 U1J Vi 1 Toronto 37, 28 J 1 send Copeland against Lions in F. Young bad three hits for
Thomas : 1 I: and'Powers; 'Mauldin Chicago 3S 2* J74 3 Rochester 34 27 JSa TA Bartley, one a homer.
Tampa at ,1and Sunnyland :signed to professional contracts Syracuse the and Co.
Mkmesefa :34 31 J23 4 3$ 28 Jit 2* opener Milling
and tied:',with,>aviate" In. .the:, and Hood.. I Packing aces'Publit at 9:30. 1 by the Minnesota Twins. Cleveland 30 31 m t Buffalo :33354 2* meets Legion in the nightcap. ML Pleasant 106 82-17 10

one Jlit while Williams Thomas Bell T le. 000 00- 033 Budweiser 103 001 x-5 6 'whom are to report immediately Los Angeles 31 2f 41 37 .4M.414 uvtKansas 1Mashington r Atlailta Results 21 43 J28 J1YISferdIYI Copeland 120 700-10 6 Hall and Ross; L. McPherson

had '11, four"by Mauldin and,t Teller, Boulware and Mustonen -. Lester and'Powell; Barnes and :l to the Twins' Melbourne, City ..i H.lti m JM 14V4Yesterday Syracuse Rochester 3-1 4..Atlanta Jaduonvlll. X called* 14 f Vi Innings. Smith and Munn: Martin and Perry and W, McPherson, Rivers.

a. pair by,Harba g :. Hembree and Wrinkle. Cook. F1a., farm in the Florida Rookie Kansas City 3-3 Detroit 1-9 > rain. Ingram. .

Teller"Snd Boulware combin. Hill's 203 530 0-13 13 fK&P Cleveland Baltimore 9. New York I Columbus at Buffalo. pod rain. .Bethel
Guy 000 000 0-0 1 League, were signed for substantial Chicago 2. Bofon I Richmond at'TorontO. pod, rain Milling Co. 000 101 2 1300044Bentley

ediorthe shutout by Jones-. 614 313 X-1S 15 6 Wings 001 300 x-4 8 : bonuses. the club said Los Angeles 2, Washington S Todays Garnet Uons 211 43-11 5 000 9i-9 8 f

Johnson- Losing Bell Telephone! Tuten and Gillis; Combs White Brambarough and Lucius; Dov I Tuesday. No contract figures mnesota 4,Todays Ocveiart OIHMI 2 Columbus Richmond at at Toronto Buffalo. 2 Jenkins and Gay; Edition son toiler, Kyler and Jamison; t

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J' Pee Wee Golf' Post Tennis Masters .

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Champ Leads !!t' Ki' \\ t: ): S' GAS WELL

For Future British MeetsBy .
On/Z3 Score ,

ORLANDO (APDefending JOHN GALE I an open .Wimbledon next year match was called off with the -.i't SALE

champion Lanny Wadkins .of Associated Press Writer ,though I hasten to add it'is not Russian leading 2-1 in the second 4th

Richmond, Va., took a, ,two. WIMBLEDON England AP) the ,end of ,the world." set after the slippery court :
stroke lead into -Britain'will make a determined .
surface had
today's''fiiialround spilled Mrs. Sus
The British plan that jn.
of the 36-hole Nationa]1 I move 'next month to proposes man five'times... "/
Pee Wee Golf Tournament. bring the great names of proCeSsional tennis countries should be given

i Wadkins'cafded 37-36-73 one tennis back to Wim- sanction to stage eXperimentalopen Only a dozen contests were BRING THESE COUPONS FOR THESE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES

over par-on! the 7,100-yard Rio bledon's green and rainwashedturf. tournaments during 1965- completed-less than one sixth I 'tar ar aaas _a:

Pinar course, to lead 13 to 15 66. Alternatively says that of the program. But there was 1iR I T ND SPECIAl- r COMPLETE LUBRICATIONrI '
whatever other countries do,
time enough for the two_
f year olds. Robert Huber of Lit As the;organizers of the 78th top
itz, Pa., was second with 75. All-England championships surveyed -Wimbledon should be allowed to seeds, Margaret Smith and Maria I I Complete Broke Check and All For Only | | '
it alone with the
Zach Clement of Virginia Beach, the ruins of Tuesday's go experiment Bueno, to romp throughtheir AdjustmentBrake

Va., and'Jim' Keedy of Lees- rain-wrecked session, they en- during British the two-year plan needs period.The two-. opening assignments. I fluid added--entire I I ONLY 99C I
j burg, Fla., were close behind thused ever their recall-the- brake system road cnecked
thirds of the Vienna vote for ap-
| with 76s. stars scheme which will be I
presented -proval. It seems unlikely to be I Front end aligned with camber, I I
Leaders: July 8 to the International -forthcoming.The caster & toe in corrected Any U.S. Car WITH OIL CHANGE
Lawn Tennis Federation and ..
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Australian Association al- Ports Extra mtmmmm mam M mim -
I f Boys 13-15: Lanny Wadkins, meeting in Vienna. I&-
Richmond Va. ready has said it will vote MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM Ml MM MM MM MM MM
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I ert Huber, Lititz, Pa., 37-38- the 'against the British proposals. r MUFFLERS
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of such masters
past a I
Beach, Va., 38- -76, and Jim do likewise. 5 I GUARANTEED.FOR.LIFE OF YOUR CAR
Lew Hoad Ken Rosewall
I 1 Keedy, Leesburg, Fla., 393776. Tony I I (Non Transferrable)
Trabert and Alex Olmedo. All Russians Impress
I 10-12 Eddie Pearce : WITH THIS i
Boys : ,
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Tampa, ; paid players. ]lasted just long enough to demonstrate cJll&IL'LIQUORS I Plus Weights I ,
Baugh, Cocoa, Fla., 39-41-80; oar r ear r r ae.eaes
A Hard Effort
I again the rising stand- .
I Charles'Major, Coral Gable oar r r rr r exer
Said Basil Reay, secretary of :ard of Soviet tennis. L I F '

Fla., 424183. the British Lawn Tennis Association Anna Dmitrieva,' 23-year-old = = r aa.r=====r MOTORTUNEUP

Boys 6-7: (five holes) John : :Russian girl, took the first set I. I
Hood, Satellite Beach, Fla., 31; "We will make a hard effort I 5-4 in her first-round match CLOTHES BASKETS Install new points &
Kelly Every, Ormond Beach, to get the British plan through.It against Karen Hantze Susmanof 114 S. Main St. I Deluxe I I condenser $L66 1

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: Oliveri, Miami Shores, Fla., 40; Late Rally'Brings 11-6 L r asses rr r r r r- .1.----------

George Grafe, Annapolis, Md., "
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54; Stanley Crownover, Nashville I Win for First Federal GET SECOND TIRE

Tenn. 54. 1, _. -. Tufsyn and Nylon
Girls 6-7: (three holes) Cara I first Federal scored five wood. Each team got only two Time Is Money \.

Cormican, Orlando, Fla., 43; .runs in the sixth inning to gain I hits.The SAVE

Toni Osborne, Sanford,'Fla., 57, .an 11-6 Dixie League win over National League gameat TJME HFRE at Buy no 1st Trade-In tire Get 2nd Tire
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L. homered for
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t Girls 10-12: Vilma Haderer, Wheeler c 200 Dunkle c 311
prices shown plus tax
hits for the losers.Gainesville I, Walker 3b 201 Thomas cf 1 0 0 v
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Flick, Lake Milton, Ohio, 43-45- Shooping Center Martin cf 201 Bengochea p 301 ONLY $2.00 more per tire
Peck cf 000 Adklnson 2b 200Arnow no trade-in price NO MONEY DOWN-FREE MOUNTING
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Pa.,. 42-46-88. 4-0 on a one-hitter by Stuart in If 200 Vidal Hipp Ib rf 200 100

I : Girls 13-15: Laura McIvor, a Rebel circuit clash at Met- Totals 21 0 )Totals 211 5 Extra Dry GIN '' -
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gan, Plantation, Fla., 41-43 84; over Hughes Supply in an Andrews Ib 3 01 Mead Ib 300
Carmen Piasecki, South Bind, Scruggs p 300 Raffaty ss 321 OLD CROW
American fray at Finley. Ben-
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Mead 300
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Ormond Beach, Fla., 424284. limit the losers to three hits. Hearn If 100 Revell If 300 $4 29 1 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489 /
Wilson If 100 Large cf 301
Dens had hits for the win- _
two Ruper c 2 0 0 K. R'bg'r 2b 3 0 0 I
r i West ners. All eight runs came in Garnett 2b 100 Cooper rf 300 5TH IIi' yA
Key Eyes Master' rf 100 Stringer rf 000
I the first three innings for the Totals If 0 1 Totals 24 4 4

I victors. Shopping Center 100 210-4 -- _
Lakeland Club :Fla. Pest Cont. 000 000-0
Florida National Bank -
nudged University City,Kiwanis Kiwanis WESTERN First LEAGUE National .
KEY WEST' (APThe City abrh abrh
5-3 in Western at Little-
.. a game Sp'g'fd 3 0 0 A. Jones 221
Commission to vote '
plans Wooten 3 1 0 Clayton 1 1 0 .
f Wednesday on a resolution inviting DIXIE LEAGUE Foshee 3 1 1 C. Pearson 2 0 0 ii
First Ftdtral .Johnson & Farts Schapiro 3 01 E. Ayers 2 01 I
i Lakeland to move its Flori- abrh abrh Ponzio 1 0 1 D. Pearson 300
here for McCullum 231 McGilvray 222 Jones. 4 0 0 McKinley 2 0 0 .
da State League team S. Orton 413 Bryant 110 King 3 0 Tomlinson 1 0 0
the remainder the 1964 sea Vergason 220 Benz 221 Searles ,200 Hall 100
Newberry 120 Boles 400 Kelley 1 0 0 F. Ayers 10 0 .
I Wakeman 2 21 C. Boles 100 Holland 3 0 0 B. Jones -
son.Promoter Means 101 Aubrey 211 Robbins 1 0 0 Benton 211
of the move, Louis Stanrldge 300 Nobles 300 Simmons 100
CarfionelT::said Lakeland has 36 Sabatella 100 Deham 300 Bonner 1 0 0 I 3-OAYCIKW-U& *
B. Orton 300 Strickland 200 Hill 000 OMSTtC
I home games left and has lost Wessman 210 Anderson 1 0 0
Totals If 11 i $12,000 this year because of bad First Federal 312 OoS-Il I IClwlnis 1103 000-3
attendance. Johnson Faris 202 lit-4 I First National 202 OlxSJGOIN' SAVINGS f

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DEAR ABBY: We live on a .farm and my sister, who is windows and put up the .screens? The tenant or the owner?
t In her 40's, does the farm work. She wears,, jeans ana'.a', INTERESTED PARTY 04 WATCH WFIUT FROZE DEATIH'BILL'IUNSO'
blouse and goes out in the field with .the tractor to work. DEAR INTERESTED: Unless it is specifically stated, in ??-WHUFTO'ISVO' ONLY EF HAPPENS WHEN SHMOOS-MAN'S COMBINATION. >1
When it gets hot, she sheds her blouse and works in her bra. the contract, the owner'assumes that responsibility. (Are you PH ,We"EPIN, BOll1' THEY AH TOSSES PEBBLE THSTIMV 0>ENEMY.FRIEND.' AND WORST, '-
e .She is of slight build, and has little for anyone to see,' but trying to pass the buck or save one?) y THEM SHMOOS? WAS;! AT THAT +''
., all the same, when my parents, and brothers and sisters-in-, yr THEY LOOKS AS TREMENJUS .r
r law meet her out-f-doors dressed like that they blow their CONFIDENTIAL TO MADAME L'O: Do not assume that, CQ bWEETANdUICY ONE tl. .r I
stacks. She says it's no different than being on the beach in because a man boasts that in all his life he has never < oml
t a swim suit Lots of strangers come by our place, but she smoked a cigarette or tasted whisky, he has not done worse.

says it's our property and if they don't like what they see
they don't have to look. Who is right? And how do you handlea And another letter:
situation like this? DEAR ABBY: Please do me a favor and print the en- :
closed portion of a letter I received from my son, a
SLIPPERY ROCK derful boy who has been neglected by his father for won-I
DEAR SLIPPERY A "bra" is and should
: an undergarment
his 19 years. My son is away at college. His father
not be worn as an outer garment. There are halters for
your column. Maybe he will see it and recognize himself as
that purpose. In my opinion, your sister should,wear halters. I could not bring myself to show him his son's letter.
However, a 40-j'ear-old woman who drives a tractor is not .x .x
ffl ON !
t interested in lecture from OR from A BROKEN-HEARTED MOTHER E!
a me ( you) on propriety YOUNGUNSLEETLE VOWED 5 fRo
- and fashion. Be realistic and Esi
give up. ". I hope to God I never turn out to be the kind of PEEKIN' OUT T is E NfE HEFNEE! THEY NEVER WUZ GOIN* AG'IM "\ 6 j E
man my father is. If I do, I want someone to shoot me. THWINDERaN* JU6HAID TO TALK TO ONE ANOTHER- p! ] 'N? .
DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from the 12yearoldgirl Do you realize that I have actually lived in the same house GIGGLIN'AT, AN* SAMANTHy NEVER!! r0 I EA RSi
who resented being an UNPAID BABY-SITTER for her with a man for 19 years and he never once sat down and 00rn NOSY? l sr ly
parents. I 16 and have two ,sisters and y ?Z; dL
am younger a. baby talked to me, or took me anywhere, or showed any interestin I
brother. My father works from seven A.M. until six P.M., me, except for football my last year in high school,
six days a week, and my mother is tied down to her house- and that was very short-lived? You should see the letters
work and the children all day. I've been baby-sitting for some of these boys get from their fathers. You should c

four years. I like to earn money, too, but I would give hear them talk about the places they've gone, and the things I 1i
up a date or a baby-sitting job at the slightest hint that they've done with their fathers. How am I supposed to know 1
my parents wanted to go out for an evening. They deserveit how to treat a son if I ever get married? I've never been 61s
Who needs to be paid? Their love and appreciation are shown any love by my father. I don't even know how a
all the pay I want "Unpaid" is only 12. She had better father is supposed to act. Do you realize that I have miss-
overcome her selfishness and be grateful that she can do ed half the fun of growing up because my father never

something for her parents. looked at me? If he had been dead for the past 15 years it -.
RUTH B. IN ERIE, PA. wouldn't have made any difference. There are some thingsa r \ '- : HOW ARE YOU GOING TO BY PARACHUTE! WELL
mother can't her children. if THROUGH
give THE
Especially they are boys.
DEAR RUTH It's to : a
many and I've missed all that and I'll never forgive my father for it.
CONSIDERATE teenagers there are. Unfortunately, the only Maybe you should have pushed him a little harder, Mom. I
-. ones they read about are those who get into trouble. don't know. I only know that it's too late for me, but it's I

not too late for my brother. See if you can't talk to him, I
DEAR ABBY: Please don't think I am stupid, but I Mom. I don't want Johnny to grow up wondering what it's
don't know where else to get this information. When living like to have a father's love. That's half a boy's education. '
in a rented house, who is supposed to take down the storm Don't let Johnny miss it, Mom. PLEASE." {
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WEDNESDAY EVENING 8:00 O Painting-Discussion.? antagonism develops be- 9:55 CD Sen. George, Smathers ';.J BRA //
5:00 O Gallant Men-Drama 8:30: O Donna Reed tween a high school Eng 10:00 O Say' When ,

Q Best Of Groucho "Home Sweet Homemak- lish teacher and a student, O News

5:25 O Moments in Sports er." Dave makes the mistake and neither is able to ap- CD'Waldo Norris du

5:30 O Newscope of comparing his proach the problem ,.ra. 10:25 O CD News .

wife's cooking to Don- tionally. 10:30 O CD Word For Word
5:55 O Local News, Weather NO.DEAR" BUT WHEN I UI UK WOMEN ARE
And Sports na;s-unfavorably.O 11:00 Q O News, Weather a I Love Lucy YOU SHOULD YOU RUN -r' SUPPOSED
6:00 O News, Sports, Weather Circus! O'(Color) News, 11:00 Q CD ConcentrationO LITTLE SHORT j LIVEWITHIN I GIVE. DIFFERENT IRRESPONBLANOIg
O Sunshine Almanac Documentary Sports, Weather McCoys I T COULD YOU-- s. _/ 2- YOUR MONEY YOU / ash, z SIBLE
6:15 0 Local News 9:00 O Espionage.Drama 11:25 O Movie 11:30 Q CD JeopardyO I S LEND ME _
6:30 O CD News Huntley, "Do You Remember Leo "Having Wonderful 1 Pete and Gladys I M A DOLLARS COUPLE OF j -
BrinkleyO Winters?" British Intelli- Time. A Bronx girl es- 12:00 Q Love of Life ;r OUT YOUR OF I-

News Walter gence does, when it needsan capes from the crowded O CD First Impression I/ S H ALLOWANCE, -
Cronkite expert frogman for a city and the grind of her. 12:25 O News
O The Big Picture peculiar job: spying on office job for a couple of. 12:30 O CD Truth or I s
7:00 O Deputy an,ally. weeks at a resort in the ConsequencesO I pS

O Deputy O Portrait of JapanA Catskills. Ginger Rogers, Search for Tomorrow

CD Wanted Dead or Alive look at Japan's agricultural Douglas Fairbanks Jr.,. 12:45 O Guiding Light -.L2
O Just Imagine"In community -where Peggy Conklin. 12:55 Q CD News U ,.-z >'
My Garden." small villages are being, 1:00 Q News
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turned modern farms.
7:15 Q The Friendly Giant THURSDAY -
7:30 O CD The Virginian O Beverly Hillbillies 6:00 Q Sunrise Semester O Midday > : JU5T A MINUTE,YOUNG )\ I ,HAVE A DATE, MAMA,,,
CD D-Day Documentary 1:05 CD Match Game : !... I'VE
(Color) "Run Qui e t. 6:05 O Humanities C 52 w FOR. SATURDAY NIGHT.!
Steve befriends an embit (Special) This program I :115 Q Focus 2 I WEIL!. .YOU'RE HOME 4j I REALLY-MAYBE I YOU QUITE50 PERKY! /
tered deaf-mute named shows the Allied landingsin : 6:10, CD Continental Classroom 1:30 Q Science E4o AT LAST PATRICIA! AND i HAVE NEWS FOR YOU # \ "'ARE YOU KEEPING A / ;
June 6
Judd and gets him a job on ,I <
6:15 MOTHER? _
1944. O Sunshine Almanac O As ,The World Turns : HAS PHONED TWICE ,, s
at the Shiloh Ranch. v.
6:30 Q World Civilization THIS AFTERNOON-A5WNG '
2:00 Let's Make
O CBS Reports 9:30 O Dick Van Dyke O Pastors Stsdy O Password FOR YOU1 ,,
"The Education of George "The Ballad of the Betty,
6:33 O Sunshine Almanac I
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Waruhiu." An analysis of Lou." Rah and Jerry decide .6:40 CD Living Words >-c
2:30 O House
an African student's experiences to buy a boat together 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (Color) Q CD Doctors Party 1 IN
in an American a deal that Laur 6:50 O Farm and Home < r
3:00 O CD Loretta
f college. Cameras and Millie suspect will 17:00 O CD Today Young T
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follow Waruhiu from put their husbands' friend Scheduled guests: blue s; 3:25 O News
his village in Kenya to' ship on the rocks. singer Mabel Mercer and I 3:30 O CD You Don't Say 1 1 1

the Dartmouth campus,I O At Issue Dr. Albert Britt, who discusses O Edge Of Night

and show his brief orien- 10:00 O Danny Kaye his book "An Amer' 4:00 O Match GameD THc JACKET WITH NO PLACE TOV XJU WEAKTHAT Pf SS-Air> YrU Nu6UrAs Arm A SUMAiiR
tation stay with a familyin Variety ican That Was." Secret Storm j THe INSIfiNE K A CHANGE HEK.S INSI6NE BACK MS FORTH WELL SEND?t7UJC IN Fi.ATS X70 WON'TV
Philadelphia Moore f O News
Mary Tyler oj Weather
and activities at Dart- "The Dick Van Dykt: 7:05 O Ranger Hal i:25 Q News GET THE GIRL- .. -AU. WITH THE WRONG VACATIONa
mouth, and his relation Show and Eddie Foy Jr 7:50 O News 4:30 O Burns and Allea Oft< RLt wATCHERS KIE OFTHE PEOPLE... wry/ !
ship with fellow students. are the guests.O 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo O Huckleberry Hound I MONTH AWARD --
O What's NewA O Eleventh Hour 9:00 Q Divorce Court CD I
well-trained hunting "Cannibal Plants -The)r 9:30 O People Are Funny "Dangerous Mission." Victor I U
dog. Eat You Alive." A stron|; CD Jack La Lannc Mature, Piper Laurie.

SMILE! With Art Bucliwald A t I(>n : \, -p : 4ti5k r

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The Topless Woman .4 I MAYBE it rM SORRY IF: YOU ARE A STUPID
:; ILii ( ZERO'S GUY'S S'.OC 4aEAD, OC>,MEONI1,1F ,
FEELtNGS s t lonrr h1lcaAt BU1Ya SOME e
WASHINGTON News reaches I First we showed them the :studied the transparent even- "Well, there's something I
us from the heart of the New photographs and then we asked ing gown for a while and then familiar about her." I 0 1
,York fashion industry that the them what they thoughtThe said, "I don't care what they "What do you think of the :
u%topless bathing suit and the first man we spoke to, do, as long as they tell us whatto idea of the swimming suit?" '
transparent evening gown are said, "M-m-my my g-g-g-osh, do when they wear one of "It came out too late," he '1r h
';now being sold to top stores wh-wh-wh-ere did y-y-ou buy those things." said.
,around the country. th-th-those d-d-dirty pictures?" "What do you mean by',' "Why too late.:'
For years designers have 'They're not dirty pictures," that?" j I "It should have been put on
been working on a break- I we said. 'They're ,fashion "What are our instructions? the market for Mother's Day." a
through in swimming and evening photos of the latest bathing How are we supposed to behave The fifth man looked at the

( apparel without, any visible 'suits and evening gowns. when 0.a girl comes out in fine photographs, for about ten min
success. But 1964 will go down Would you want your wife to of those? I mean are we supposed utes. "If you want my honest

,(as the year the bottom fell out wear a bathing suit like this?" to stare or ignore her or opinion I think this evening : ii HO?.. I WMfTSC +E YtES,Jrlt56 -
**of the top, and historians inc "S-s-sure, except sh-sh-she ask her to dance?" dress is a shocking disgrace. fi: Z7 I PIPNT MAKE> ) VOUR UXXS TVKHEP, ttOKECWPSJ; I LEG'S.1 __
centuries to come' may mark it can't sw-sw-swim." "I guess each man will have "Why do you say that?" Mrpottjr/.ferf'FKrn S ,.bur 1cu'RE STa1. _

r 'as the date when women .returned The second man we showed to decide_for himself." The bow should be in the -----a \ r-

1: to the cave. the bathing. suit to was ,horri "I think Fin against, it.." he back of the skirt.Any. designer c=: 4
Nobody has bothered yet to fied. said. knows that" < .
get the reaction of men to this "My,God," he cried, ."they've "\\'by1" Two teenagers were peeringover

most interesting and disquieting covered up the navel." "It will make my shirt wDL" his shoulder and one sal,
bit of news so we took two "Yes sir," we said, "they The fourth ,man we talked to "And they're always rappingus -
photographs one of the topless ; had to in order to do'away with. said, "I 'think I seen}that girl for juvenile delinquency" r.t
bathing suit and one of the top" in 'Playboy' magazine." The last man we talked to

transparent evening gown out "How prudish can you get?" "I doubt it," we said. "This said "I think it's a good idea."
Into the hot Washington streetsto he said in disgust and walked Is a high fashion model and "Why?" ;:)

ask them how the male 'sex away. she only works for dress de-I I "It will give the missionariesin h -
felt about the whole thing. The third man we spoke to signers. America something to do."


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: :: aki1z&" _ _ i r( U : I WANT-AD RATES

I. COUNTY ACROSS 29.College In I PH. 3728441for

Become ParkA CedarRapids CALISIAIWIGOT
May 1. Excuse 30. Black I
6.Salty cuckoo ROGE.RIRIEVRE, forClassified

I- COMMISSION solution si'-The Man' A I.. E V A TR A N I E. I OnlyDEADLINES

i spot of farmland on the County seat, may become a his 12.ful More pain- Muul j I I I

-' edge of Alachua once the site toric site and recreation park.of 32.live
I 13.Rcmote I I I IRIA I I I
33. Extinct bird
"More Budget Requests Newnansville, the Alachua The Board of County C o m- planet Rt1L HI
-- 35.Putlna L 0 A F I A T Tues. thro Frl. papers-S p.m. Day before publication
J A. missioners yesterday neara a 14. Subway storage bin 5 I j ;m g For ads to go in Sun. paper-12;00 ajn. Sat. 51

rT'TheTBoard: x>f Courfty Commissioners equipment, and for animal con- Lake report by Jess G. Davis, chair- tollgate 37.Yale I121 an For ads to go In Mon. paperp.m.. Sat.

,received budget re- Orange man of the Alachua County 15'LeaOier. 39.Press forpayment ., (Minimum ad 4 lines)

IJ .quests-from of' the county's trol.The sheriff asked $183,015 for Historical Association, on the neck' SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE | FAMILY RATES I
County Park 16.Single 40. Scarcity of
36'agencies at theAIachiaXountyCourtHouse salaries for other
hearings $85,800 expenses spot.Then 18.Alcoholic food DOWN 6.Total I Insertloii- ............................................... ** nM
(jail and equipment 43. Fumed 7. Sandarac = 3 Insertions .............................................. *2c JIM'
S maintenance Gets PushA the commission appointed drink 1. Simpleton H Insertions! .............................................. "e I line: I
;.yesterday:. for example), $3- Sidney Martin and Claude 19. Gathering 47. Pointed 2. Building tree = 12 insertions ...... ... .. ............................... '*= line.
;, : Seven more agencies are expected 800 for investigations, $36,300 for the of a storm arches site 8. Gufl family 1 Total charge computed by muftipfylng.. total fines x rats earn.B
to present their budgets capital outlay and $5,500 for're committee of county commissioners al. to study propos 23. Placard '48.To free 3.Son of Bela 9.Hostile g ed x number of Insertions. I

.next Tu sda "..Eighteen previously serve., has been appointedto 26.Twilled from knots 4.Underneath 10.Pigeon 03an

have done. so. work, with the state Game Newnansville was the county cloth 49.Niche 5.Pacific 11. Compass 5 Five letter words per line
CommissionMorris 50. Hinder
Jury 27. Concern theology! point
After all-requests have been and Fresh Water Fish Commission seat from 1824 to 1854. When 17. Growing I -

presented- ,' the commission will Starter jury commis- to build two boat county boundaries were changed rrrrrrrrr-r 8 Pt. ordinary Same' as type I line

.fifudy-iheni, in, relation to expected sioner, requested $550 for the ramps at the site of a new the town was left too far f'l; 190utt ulen Hm Same is 3 lines

revenues. Only then ,will coming year, up $50. county park on Orange Lake. from the center of the coun- it IS: = = = : tack Nevada e 12 Pt ordinary type
/; 20.
appropriations be made. railroad.A .
Farm ForesterForester County Attorney Wayne Miller ty and the - as 4 lines
Requests heard yesterday asked the commission yes- If / 15 Pestilence resort I 1 18 P.t.5am. type
remains of the
were r. Van Murphy asked terday to approve a request by cemetery n n "" 1- 17 ;0 ;r Vvr22.Magni cent
but little else.
Sheriff the commission for $3,000, the the game commission for easements town today, 'l'h'h h'h r//J// 24. Pierce with 2..4P t Sam as 5 line.

- k same as his request for this fiscal through the proposed! Davis said the old court- 'f 29 l = 11 23 Z4 25 horns ordinary typo

Sheriff Crevasse asked $314- period. Murphy's budget is park. house side which is only a few i- ; iF 20 i7 25.Necessity Hfl

415: Jhis is $31,850 more than $8,172. State funds make up the Sidney Martin asked whether acres, might be acquired by 'I I 28. Guaranteed Th* Gainesville Sun will not bo responsible for more then one IE
: - 34.Martini Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable! for any error In adver.
this year s appropriations. difference. Some $6,300 is for it would restrict county use the county. The property own- 39 57 'I 3*: : : decorator tisement to a greater extent than tf e cost of the space oco:

Crevasse"told the commission salary, the rest for expenses.Library of the park, to sign away ease er is interested, he said. I 36. Silly m pled by the l*.m fci the advertaemrnt. No adjustment will
for i5 34 iT 31 00 be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
4 tEe increase will provide ment rights. 38.Sp.gIrl'sname i the advertisement.

normal growth in salaries and "I can see it could be made -
Miller said the purpose of 'l'l/ 37 -4 : '/
The Santa Fe Regional li- the easements is to allow the into a little park," he said. I'h'l'/iJ.l '0 / 40. In favor of I The Gainesville Sun reseves the privilege of revising or if

To Run CountyBy brary, serving Alachua, Brad state access to maintain the I Davis also said the site 4' 41 4Z..J >If 45 46 41.42.Mature Eng. letter an chance letting any the classification advertisement of which any It advertisement deems objections from that and ordered to. .Ii

ford and Union counties, asked I t" conform to the policy of the paper.1m"'mnlmnl'.ti"ti.
? ramps. should have a more permanent 41 tt. 44.Received I

Computer: $95,476, nearly triple the cur- Martin objected, saying that i market. The historical as- 45. Holland ..
I m.ttrnni, __.. -' ....,,_ _______
elect flI rent appropriation of $34,000. he does not like the I T 3T commune OiIIUlIl w w&uwIlsttu5UlMUliWgl0lliW2IWWiiWUUW1tZ
jGoyjernment J by r 0 c pre cast sociation marked the site last

braih"may 1 be-coming to Alachua Hayford 0. Enwall told the concrete ramps which t h estate year, Davis said, but a more 46.The: Ger. 12 Mole Help Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies

'. County. commission Alachua County is uses. He said they dam- durable market Is' needed. Par time 26 mln. AP Newsfe.4.rea 6/24 2 PROTECTED sales .. service
not carrying its fair share of Martin routes. Avail. July 1st. Marriedman FOUR Shetland
The Board of County Commis- Edgar Johnson and ponies. Phone
with car & phone Average
costs and that a new after 6
library Claude $85 week to start if p.m. 376-7428
I jioners revealed yesterday dur Brandon were appointed 8 Baby Sitters Child Cttt qualified. OPenings
bookmobile is needed to serve In Gainesville & Keystone. 38 head
: chickens. $30. Rt.1,
} : budget bearings it is studying to talk with state officials. 4 Gainesville WILL care for chitaren, in my Write J. B., Moore, 617 E. Silver Box 4?, Archer, Fla._
the county. Sprs. Blvd. Ocala Fla. Ph. '294743. -
age boats under some condi home, JVi days a week. Loads of .
data systems. HORSE
/ processing The total regional library toys & plenty of loving care. OWNERS
I Jack Durrance told his felkw tions. Martin asked whether Phone 372-6M7._ GRADALL OPERATOR ala. Grad- ATTENTION
budget is $172,035. This includes the Women WinNational all truck driver who can check At Stud. Welsh Breed For appoint.
state would WILL care for child in
the your my
commissioners that data give money tome. Have fenced back grade. Apply to Mr. Elrod at ment write P. O Box 415.
Brad- yard.
requests for $11,459 from to the Z'nKe' Smith Construction Co. Gainesville. Florida. Your hone
county, so that the Reference Prefer child year old
processing punch cards could You FiHd Office. Interstate 75 at must have
veterinary certificate.
ford $4,000 from Union or older. Ph. 60332.TINY
County HonorFour
ramps could be built as the :3tth Ave. NW. Ph. 372.773A. Fee $25
like' of
.Care a large variety
from Gainesville
CQunty, $42,600 county wanted. TOT IF you are between 24 and 40.
1. rk. : married and have a high school 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
aid and
$15,000 state $3-
Gainesville were .
> aft- PLAY SCHOOL: education you owe It to yourself
He 'made the statement
in and family to InvestIgate
500 fines. Asks your
t County recognized this week for their Visit us and see for yourself. the opportunities and fringe FLORIDA Pest Control Is featuring
:er J. Pierce'Smith, tax 'assessor Enwall said Bradford and Un- ?4 SE 8th St FR 4nOd.Employment'. benefits offered by the Western this month Tropical Fish and
presented, his budget for To Close RoadsA scientific papers read at the & Southern Life Insurance Co. to Tropical Birds of all kinds. We
mill also
ion, counties impose a one Can qualified men. Openings now have children pets and
the next fiscal ,Smith asked of Medical supplies. Call vi for any of your
ye r. levy to support the library, but Grove Park landowner American Society available In Keystone Melrosearea pet problems. FLORIDA PEST
and Gainesville.
3765811 -
for $3OOrtobuy( a'new addressing Alachua does not. If Alachua wants to close several public Technologists national conven- 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Thurs.. Fri. or Sat. morn- CONTROL a-2661. 20 NW PET Uth CENTER.Ave. FR

machine.4urraneesked. _. imposed a. one mill levy, it streets within his tract, Sidney tion in Kansas City. W"I 'CssFj, evening dining I -ATTRACTIVE Ing for appt_POSITION for wide fREEI Black female kitten ..
Smith to wait amount room shift See Miss Pozin Uni.ESTABLISHED !- female Siamese adult cat Phone
would raise the
$95,476, Martin reported to his fellow to, awake man no age limit. Neat _3721133 2510 NE 11th St.
the in- Ann Jamieson Mueller received appearance. good c h a racter. -
because should asked Enwall
county which is being
county commissioners at their territory open with steady work. Phone 3727811 ENGLISH shepherd PUPpies. Good
"veirin data processing. equip said. one of the two Warner Chil- Buy r;, r>..relcs In Micanopy. Call Thursday 5:00 to 7.30 Saturday for watch stock and pets. FR
meeting yesterday. Mrs. Fullington FR 20421._ _3:30 to 5:30.MANAGER _
ment,the newaddressIng' machine The budget includes $119,135 Martin said the landowner cott awards for her paper. She WAITRESS S wanted to work thru TRAINEES NEEDED. GERMAN Shepherd pupples.:-AKC
might n tbe. needed. for salaries including three new noon and 5 to 11 at night. 6 age 21-50, steady employment reg. MS ea. Also Palomino Shet.
H. H. Surrency, owns several! I also received a second place days a week. Good IItI /y. Good fringe benefits. Apply Jackson's land pony with bridle S85. Ph.
Howard Weston :.:administrative -persons to work in a new book- blocks of old v '-.. renditions Apply Sand. Minit Market, 1234 N. W. Uth FR 2-2990.__ __
1 assistant-said-the-state of- mobile, about $20,000 to buy and an subdivis'on. I! award for a blood bank paper. V-s Phone I I.-FR. 60924.tin N.E .Utl Ave. Ave. YOU will be proud to own one of
Neighboring landowners who WANTED one night clerk, preferably these beautifully marked.
Anne healthy.
Ballard and
I ficia1.niadiUi Tas .county -equip a new bookmobile, and might be affected by street Sue Mary Hire OF_.....G for resident nurse at retired or semi-retired man. A.K.C. registered beagle pups.
for bookmobile I Griffith received the first place Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to I weeks Apply in person to Hotel Thomas Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. 16-
aItconm nd d.th,coun- $32,900 opera- closings are R. L. Henderson, this summer. If interested: con 415 N.E. 2nd St. between 5555.
< ingjeguipment. tion and maintenance. award in microbiology for their tact Dwight Hunter at School Admlnistration hrs. of 7 and 12 AM or e.30:; FOR SALE .
'I tjrioofc-Jnto fctav:process Ella Purdy, Una Waits and Bldg. Ph. FR 2-4311. to 10:00 PM. Beagle Puppies purebred
not registered. 113. Rt. 1,
JT::: __ WelfareThe Nathaniel Hall, said Martin. paper. EXECUTIVE secretary good "pay EXCELLENT _Box 47, Archer._
--''Ourvolume"3ias built up Martin told the commissionthat I ferred.hard work desire legal permanent experience resident pre- HEALTHY, happy American Shep-:
.. ": Department of Public Mrs. Rosemary G. Rum- mutt "Cn 1xP>np. and OPPORTUNITY herd puppy, .m.).. Jlrp),'r'H.
'I enough, to justify it, Weston JJP 5dt Swreocy &&M;< Sell ,& 'ysv ,.s' 'nd %i- AA .tm&Cft Aerniwu/e AI- Qse.-entus. .m w 'ta.m. "i-. v.
SlJ) --==-_ = WtSm* &&S& S, %& & 15.-. I](deed to the county 17 feet oC baugb, a technologist lor t1re tr Try qualified for a highly re- j w.sfAuh! 'tb ass "737P tsr 1 _3470 anytIme. Best before to.
2S&.S6 l } reKrf so&$2&Ofld'lor ,- tponsible posHuin fo not appy. I membership reprtvenUtwe\ TOY POODLE all caton, 1 ikiold.
I C.Ecgat-.J'of\.tt genera 'along State Road :I oi Florida Depart- ) to all Jack Bates, FR 4-
: property 20 University I Gainesville and Ocala area.. ThisIs AKC nO). SUS. Can :OT-
child care. Neither request 4421 for Interview._ an excellent opportunity for 7258 after 5 P.M.
) .son askgd! whether Jt would to 'widen the right of way from ment of Veterinary Science, Deceived WAITRESS wanted for Howard man with manager ability, age _
is changed from the current I IJohnson' THESE lovely' little kitttns need
I save money if the county converted 33 to 50 feet. This would be in second award Restaurant. Apply 9 to I 23 to 45. Sales experience pre- home They're free to the right a
a place in 11 AM. ferred but not Monthly
or 2 to 4 P.M. In necessary.
cj to data, ,processin consideration of commission or son only. 2830 N.W. 13th St. per- bonus, sales allowance com people. Call FR 6-4OT1._
year.Chamber histology.The missions. Employee benefits Including FREE baby kittens to good hor.-e.
equipment. help in closing unneeded BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn paid vacation hospitalIzation Phone FR -2278_
streets. Martin said the wider other winners were students up to S5 per hour demonstrating Insurance, retirement and
Vftstoa: said. it probably| famous Studio Girt disability income. If you are Interested WANT TO FIND A GOOD HOMEfor
would be more' economical, Of Commerce right of way eventually will be in the College of Health cosmetics. Full or Part Time. In a caieer with a national he's this 2'yrs.lovely old. Prefer little Chlhuahu adult withno
Phone this
376-4336 after 6- organization may be
.but.the"chief benefit would be The Gainesville Chamber of needed. Related Services at the UF. RentCLASSIFIED ... EXECUTIVE secreary."Typing.' your opportunity. Call Marvin small. children. Phone FRttttS.

,I ::In.effi iency.. Commerce requested $25,500 for The board moved that Sur- Ruth Williams, associate pro- LIJ: -.nand, knowledge of DOOK- Kolb. 372-0488._

.1 : He.told ,thecommisslon that public relations, of a total bud rency be advised to apply fora fessor and head of the Depart- wage.keeping No desired.age limit.Ample Unlimited starting MUST TROUBLE have knowledge SHOOTER of home 33 LOTS FOR SALE

public hearing on the ment of Technology, was elect- career opportunities for woman construction and maintenance.
.4 :he, vjsit.ed.Lee County last get of $29,679. ques- with quick mind. Prefer,permanent Must thrive on hard work. AbilIty 2'-* acre wooded home sites near
weekend to study- their datairoeessW ed to the Board of Schools, a resident. Send resume or to work well with others es- new Myra.Terwilliger school By
The Alachua County public relations -
( tion.Grove sential. You will be paid accordIng -
Interview request to Box 415 c-o owner. Terms may be arranged.
Park is ten miles standing committee of the to ability and experi
: system. ,Lee County fund request is $2,250 Gainesville Sun.RECEPTIONIST your Phone 376-6343._
ence. Good future with top com
is, 'in "Alachua's population less than current appropriations. southest of ,Gainesville on American Society of C II n I cal doctors office. pany. Reply to Box 446-A, c-o FORDYCE LOTS
General office work, with
State Road 20. Pathologists. typing Gainesville Sun._ 1 acre lots beautifully wooded 17-
'1 bracket ZT"It essential. 1 girl office. Permanent NATIONAL COMPANY needs aggressive 20000 2 acres with small creek
I is an operation that I resident. Write Box 441-A man to take over local S2. 0000 Others from $1,45000
c-o Gainesville Sun.
Vocational ,. marital status and Giving experience.age operation. No travel./ Sales experience -up
would absolutely amaze you helpful. Fine pension. Guar- FORDYCE
S look at Weston said. WANTED Ladiesreadytowear anteed salary S4UO-S7800. Send ASSOCIATES INC.REALTORS
to AgricultureMarion Other Action At Commissiono resume to :3480 Beach Blvd., Jax
He said in Lee County, punch Department 7. Fla._ !?& W. Univ. 376-17M_
L. Bishop, director of GM trained MECHANICS wanted.To .
cards handle tax assessments, Man start work Immediately 34 Waterfront PropertyON
.collections accounting 'votIngregistration vocational education, asked $1- The Alachua Board of County of $48,550 to pave Northwest39th must have own tools. Plenty of

.. and also a ,number 000, same as this year, to pay Commissioners took these actions Avenue from Mill Hopper age Excellent work.ance, salary Free guaranteed hospitalization, equippedwith insur. THE GULF

travel for future farmers students Farnsworth Road about I benefits most modern service facilities Cedar Shores
t of:other. chores requiring in its meeting Tuesday: Road to salary, in area. Gateway Chevrolet. Key

I card recordsof or and chaperones to the National Approved S. M. Wall's low bid seven miles, and Northwest62nd and working con- Irvc, Starke, Fla Phone 6403900.. Other Properties
persons prop- FFA Convention in Kan- off Roadto David AndrewsCedar
Street Newberry
1 dition. Must b e !3-Help Male or Female
erty.Weston sas City, Mo., this October. a new school site. The seven- Dial Key 3841

I said Lee County no Acts to Extend mile strip is an access road to experienced. Apply PLACEMENT Office, Professional SERVICE WINFRED H. CRAWFORD

longer uses addressing ma Tax AssessorJ. Interstate Highway 75. in person to Technical Reg. Broker, specallzlng In
chines. Pierce Smith, tax assessor, Highway ZoningThe Approved a request by the Personnel Office For appt. call 3726377 AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose
t Durrance said 16 of Flori- 10-12.00( AJM. 2-400 PM. GR 529t1.BEAUTIFUL.
requested $88,800, up $9,699.80. children's commission to ask a 3764672Announcements J. M. Fields Stereo Monday through Friday _
I da's 67 counties use data pro Smith asked $8,000 for a new Board of County Com- study of juvenile problems in PERSONNEL 102 NW 2nd CENTER Avenue River at Rock lot on Bluff.the Suwannee Call 376-

cessing., _, ? addressograph machine.Commissioner missioners is moving to extend the county. The study would 12 Male Help Wonted START 6160

Commissioner, Claude Brandon Jack Durrance zoning protection through Ala cost $3,000, to be paid by thechildren's a new career In the Florida Real 35 Houses for Sal
t asked whether data 441 NEED Immediately mechanics (2), Estate profession. Become a
pro- commission is chua County on Highways
told Smith commission and .
I experienced, plenty of work good member of Florida's finest profession -
J It icessing equipment would save studying data processing, which and 301 and State Road 24. would be made by the U. S. A salary group Insurance paid va multi-million I dollar reel( IT'S A BUY. $200 down. $100 month.
cation. Phone Mr. Elrod Service estate corp. Will pay for your ly 3 BR, CCB close to schools.
\ ,personnel. might make a new addresso Public hearings were authorized Public Health Service. Manager. FR 24433. schooling and guarantee employment NE. Phone 376-051._
4 I That 'will take detailed For interview Call Ocala N.W. Section. Low down
graph unnecessary. yesterday. Moved to accept an audi- SERVICE Station dealer wantedby 629 7ti collect. payment.
major oil company. Must be LR kitchen 2 Br.. I air cond. a
study, Weston said. Smith asked $75,000 for salar- Chairman G. M. Davis asked tor's recommendation that the willing to invest small amountof MOTOR route carrier for established walk OT cedar lined clo5e'l. Par.

I Durrance was appointed to ies, $14,300 for expenses including the board to create a 1,000-foot county engineer require a pur- Palatka.cash.32J-2064 Call J. C. Lawton Orange route Heights In the Hawthorne area. GOOD and a'!)O,.c'!,.floors Concrete tile patio.bath, lOG screened* 100

Study data processing systems $4,000 for travel $11,500 for of each side of chase order for EARNINGS. Must have transpor. lot, Take up payments MS mo.
right way on every purchase BOYS wanted for afternoon paper tation and be bondable. For information ft U96 .
suitable to Alachua Coun- the ad routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or call Mr. Vorles FR 2.
including from Gainesville to of $500
capital outlay 441 south or more. can Mr. Young afternoons. 3721441 FOR sal* CCB home $300 dowrC
441 Circulation 5 00 to145al"
Dept. :
ty. dressograph making a total the county line I Appointed Sidney Martin and ext. 19. Gainesville Sun 7-30 PM .take 774 up payments. Phone FR '"
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Circulation Dept.EXPERIENCED or see at I7J3 N.E. 2Hf
budget of 100800. His budget To keep our roads decent," Claude Brandon to study a request roofers. Apply 7:00 Help Wanted Place.

I :May: Try to Cllt.prrl' includes $12,000 reimbursementfrom he said, "I think it is necessaryto by W. E. Priest for a zoning LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention A.M. in person ready to worn.
2314 N.E.
Wh Drive. tale-
to nervous or elderly. EXPERIENCED automobile FURNITURE
\ Road the tax collector. zone Highway 441. It is a variance for a residentialsite Easy Way Driving School. FR 1-Sheet metal mechanic. man to start work Immediately.Best .
Dust Route 22 Hawthorne. !7-70M Lie by State .f Fla. 2-sheet metal helpers with duct pay plan In area. Free UPHOLSTERYfor
f Tax CollectorShellie beautiful highway now. The on Installation experience. hospitalization Insurance & demo.
:*,The."J3oard: County Com- zoning change would apply to Agreed to redesignate the 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Call FR 23634 for appointment plan. Plenty of action. Gateway call top quality workmanship
Chevrolet Inc, Starke Fla.
:tn! Opers. decided yesterday McKInney, tax 'collector -Micanopy.The Post Springs Road from HIgh I have new 1964 model automatic after 6 p.m.EXPERIENCED. Phone T44-5900 372-6142

t&- methods of asked appropriation of $80- to the Gilchrist Countyline Zig Zag sewing machines. No roofers. good bull1-
study cutting commission approvedthe Springs attachments needed to do the up roof, preferred family man 18 Schools tr Institutions GAINESVILLE
dQwn..dusthich rises from unpaved -000, up $3,208. His budget in- as a secondary road. following decorative stitches steady employment, willing to UPHOLSTERY
and referred it to
move, move to new location Immediate'ly. ISM N.W. ism St.
( roads in dry weather cludes $53,000 for salaries, $25- the zoning board. Authorized Joe Miller, coun- grams.buttonholes.blind appliques hems. Etc. mono S5.75 Phone collect between 7:00 MEN a women II SERVICE to M to train for Free Esflmatas-Ptd og Mtflivery.

when heavily traveled. 000 for expenses, including $2- Highway 441 already is zonedon ty engineer, to trade in three _W.per mo.Univ.IMJO Ave. total 376-1075.price. II J and Florida.5:00. 77V1J91 Inverness. Examinations.CIVIL For Informationsend .

dgar Johnson and Claude 500 for travel, $8,000 to operate old trucks for new trucks The VANTEDPLUMBING name address a Phone No.
each side north to the coun- SAXAPHONE LESSONS given ini Key Training Service. 112 W.
Brkndon *were appointed to addressographs and $3,000 to money is in the budget. ../ r-9. e. Be-: nn ng Immediate.Phone SERVICE MAN Adams St.. Jacksonville.

study dnst,paJlathes.MrsrPaula operate the High Springs tag ty line. 37233C5._ HE MUST: Exam
Real Estate FREE
Sidney Martin then moved WILL PAY SI per copy for mi Have a City License ESTIMATES en
I ,Rivers, 4523 S. W. office. Capital outlay planned is i I and 162 Gainesville Parade of Stay'soberBe COURSE FURNACES and Qualify
that a similar 1,000-foot zoned Homes Guide Books. Ofer limit reliable ATTEND First lesson free.
I 47tlj Place; said that"since the a $2,000 item.Mosquito. ed. Gainesville Home Builders Be willing to work all hours HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLltwE Central AirConditioners
strip be created along Highway Assoc. Bob Hatton Publicity Live in city Univ. Ave
I couftty opened an unpaved Times COLLEGE. 211 W.
ControlJerry 301 through the county. The ( ) New Yerk Chairman 377 32U._ Have a phone FR. 6-3507. 3722727.
road.next to her property three NEW YORK-Former President fiNAL ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONfor :. Give references SPEEDWRITINGCOST

yeasago, dust has become an Kelley asked the commission commission approved. Harry S.: Truman's documentary County the September Practical class Nursing Alachua Pro HE CAN EXPECT: ACCOUNTING

irritant and health hazard. for $25,000. Nothing was Edgar Johnson asked the series in which he discusses ,rem.. Held June 2 th. ';00 A.M. Good paySteady now Secretarial forming.Courses Hcwrtfs- Business Classes by 1n!
m the old Alachua General Hos- work
Johnson suggested the county appropriated this )'ear. Kelley's board to create a 1,000-foot major decisions he _pital BUSIdng Paid vacation College 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR Best in equipment

might use a mixture of salt and total budget is 9203544. Of zoned strip along State Road faced in his White House years S Baby Srfters. CK.U Car. Time & naif over 40 hours 6-3507. "Insulated ducts using de Internally

calcium chloride, which he said this, $33,795.44 is asked from 24 from Gainesville to Waldo, from 1945 to 1952 will make Its Call SHOOCLEV 372-0405.PLUMBING. INC 28 Livestock & Supplies signed. engineered and Installed

has worked in some sections ofIhe the s'tatej.$31,240 from the Cityof along the southeast side of the television debut in November. EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher WANTED WANT TO SEE your hogs properly byALL AMERICAN HCATIMO:
experienced mechanic at
control dust'and Gainesville is from individuals road to include the railroad to'care for children. 3 once Melton Main finished on dry I t., pasture .. AIR CONDITIONING CO.
I country to $1,000 The series of 26 half-hour programs acre play area- Planned program. St. Phone 376-7571.Motors 703 N. then try CPA Cooperative Mills PH. 376-8258

I snow. estimated. the cost of and $1,000 is carriedover. tracks. The northwest side already is titled "Decision: The 377-7130. WANTED one good second cook. 12 .pet.Special Porkmaker for mal June or FMX pvttefs. 1,. NK 23rd BNCM

application at $175 per mile. is zoned. Conflicts of Harry S. Truman." WHITE b. y- ming. in private APPlY by letter to box 445-M cars GainesvU or AJacnus.: Phone FR Haw Service
home. $2 per day. Phone 3727399. of Gainesvlfle Sun. '-IOU., t-2ie5..

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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For SaleS 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole -

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$14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open acres 2 houses reasonable. I IDYLWILD Anxious to sell my OPEN HOUSE 3 BR 2 bath Fla. 4 BR. trUevel! spacious lion..
House Sundays. I to 6 P oM. Designed Cash or terms. Rt. 1. Box 49, 3 Er., ; bath home with Fla. rm. rm. Only $450 down assume Ideally located near Llttlewood
& engineered by U. S. Archer. Fla. loan at $96 per me. By owner. and Westwood. $26.450. Down
THE TIME IS NOW HW floors central heal. 1900 1937 NE 7th Ter.
Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 5<2. Fr. 4012 S.W. 19th St. FR pmt. 1500. FR 25398.
sq., ft. 3 BR. 2 bath, air cond.. Get In The Swim 2-9024. WOULD you buy .a $20.000 home I. ike
brick veneer 2 car garage. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. :
for considerably less? Located in
I Watch for opening date of new. Dome located In Westmoreland .
that offers
an atmosphere heart'sdesire
model home. Alachua Homes. Inc. FREE lifetime family membership for relaxed comfortable Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt
: Call Frank Thomas. FR 6-6690. in Carol Estates Swim Club and I FOUR BEDROOMS TWO BATHSfor ,living. 25 minutes from Gaines 2 10. bath Rrns.. I Is. family ,
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr Community Center to all new only 15000. Cent. heat. nice ville. Here Is your opportunity.Write Rm. & living Rm., dining area. .WIflIflIt32(
Hugh Edwards home
Builder CloseOutBUILDER buyers. 37t- shaded lot. Excellent close in 10- box 444 M Gainesville Sun. Central neat, built-in kitchen Including
7971. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
cation. Good financing. See this
House to Rent? must sell a limited number Florida one. SPACIOUS HOME In select neighborhood walk to schools close to
home oak strip
of new homes In one of floors P"BR: bath large living I ONLY $74 PER MONTH and i I 3.500 sq. ft.. central U of F & medical center FHA
Gainesville's most beautiful areas. small down payment and you can heat 4. AC. 22700. Down payment $1,700
room with fireplace :separate
Close to schools and shopping. Fla. own this like new 3-1 home In Immediate occupancy. Drive by
dining room room kitchen
j Hugh Edwards. Inc. 3767971.A with built in stove and dishwasher. NW on paved street. Cent. heat. ...2, 21100. med. center Univ. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler I
::1 jt REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Central oil heat. Window air carport ut. & storage. area 929 SW 13th St. Brothers. 372-7545 daily 376-9048 .
t COOL BUY 3 BR IVi Bath ,12,000 BUYS this extra clean 3 BR. night.
conditioners. situated
AC. WW carpeting drapes HW on heavily 1 bath CB home at 21 H.W. We have a variety of rental houses
i floors. fenced yard. $97 per mo. wooded large lot with lovely pa- 36th Drive. Only $750 down. Stove, BLACK
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit Including T & I. Owner leaving. tio. Price $29,000 with substantial Ref. and dishwasher included. A listed.
Phone 372-3784 719 N. W. 19th down payment. 1614 N.W. REAL BUY. Call KITTIE FEIBER TO SELL BY OWNER. 3
Lane. 14th Ave. By appointment only. j MR CONDITIONED for reM comfort Wilbur Bishop Realtor bedrooms. 2 baths hardwood
FR 4-2045. in this Brand New 3 BR. 2 Office 6-5081 Home 6-7108 floors, central heat air-cond.:
Home With IncomeJUST bath CB home at 3669 NW. 16th units. electric range and drapes.
ARTIST-DESIGNED HOME near Storage and utility room Ig. sin-
Ave. Half Acre landscaped lot. NICE
LISTED live In newly dec Finley School. many unusual Dream kitchen. gle carport lot 110' x 120' with
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU home and rent features. 3 BR. 2ft bath. Ig. Double carport. 3 1 bath
,j your orated 3 bedroom Sidewalk to schools. A small down Bedroom home. living shade trees. FR 6-6427.
garage apartment to help make panelled study Ig. LR with payment will move In. room dining room kitchen and
monthly payments. Owner will cathedral ceiling. sep. DR Ig oak floors throughout. Four blks.
EVERY DAY until it is rented: finance. Realistic price of $15,000 Kwith dishwasher. Ig. screened from Littlewood School. Good E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
1. and Immediate possession. Call porch carport. AC. Lg. hedged UNIVERSITYREALTY terms $500 down. $90 per mo.
now to see.ALACHUA. patio beautifully landscaped Call 24945.
shady lot. dead end street. Sept. JR.
YOUR LOSS 1 $22.000 with sub- 2 BR frame. cent. heat, kitchen
IF RENT IS: PER DAY IS: REALTYAssociates occupancy. appliances screened Homes Lots. Income Business -
stantial down payment. $31 NW Pay
ments $61.50 mo. Negotiate and Lak Property.
20th Terrace. By appointment
t $40 per mo. : $1.33 per day Member Multiple Listing only. 374-0547. I IllS N. Main St.; .Ph 372-4351 equity. Ph. FR 2-7809 1815 NW Farms and Acreage.
W. M. Munroe. Broker 8th St. E. & "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr.
635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 BY OWNER nice brick veneer; Assoc. S. E. McLaughlin Frank:
638 N. MAIN ST.
$50 per mo. . $ .66 per day Arie T. Smith.Associate Realtor was Parade of Homes. 3 BR 2 Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Douglas, 2 modelled bedroom. in frame Archer.house.Large lust re- FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544:
l Mabel Gore. full baths, kitchen, oak
f complete
lo!.. $4500 total cost. Call 4952146.BY .
$55 mo. -. $1.83 per day LAKE SANTA FE. $8,000. Completely floors. central heat & air cond. ,,
'J per furnished house located many trees. Brick enclosed patio Jr.FORDYCE OWNER roomy 3 BR house, tI :
next to Buddy's Landing. Large with barbeque. Big 2-car: garage. convenient to Llttlewood School. __J
4 $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day living room and bedroom with Littlewood-Westwood very close. FHA guaranteed balance 12500. YOUNGAMERICA.
large walk-in closet compact FHA appraisal $21,000. Only $93 Equity of $1450 for $450 down and
J kitchen and bath mo. after substantial equity or take over contract. Avail. 2 wks.
.3 $65 per mo. ., . $2.16 per day dining room. room.Also has utility room go FHA. Call FR 2-0774 for appt. REALTORTraditional FR 2-1 477.

carport and storage shed. Gas

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day T.V.heat antenna.and air conditioned.Will also consider 30 ft. JWK HOMESNo ;'!!lll lllllIlllllllllllllIIh'IIIIIIIIIIItII.-'ilnlllllUllllnllll IlIIJIIIIIIIIIIIUlmln

lease. Cy Koperky Earleton Flo Homes e
F: $75 per mo. ., $2.50 per day rida. Phone 468-1717. i styling and quiet living in this 4 I Quality I
WHY PAY RENT? bedroom, 2 bath home in N.W. Money Down COMPARE! 1: i
: $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile and Income In Northwest. Gainesville. Almost 1500 sq. ft. of WESTVILLA VAMinimum ; ,
bath $65 per month. Located on New Listing on attractive duplex. living area and a delightful lot.

I $85 'mo. . $2.83 day S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some Live in your two bedroom apartment and Equipment surface includes built-in even: N.W. 16th Are. FHA
1! per per Trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. and rent the other. Only unit. Only $14,000. I
$17.500.00.DELIGHTFUL. Call Fordyce & Associates Inc., THESE HOME VALUES I
LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath Woodland two bedroom house 376-1236-
r; $90 mo. . $3.00 day & 37th St.
per per Terrace Home. full appliances very convenient to the University. Close to Schools SI BEFORE YOU BUY
included. Excellent condition. Lovely large living room with *
t l $95 per mo. . .. $3.16 per day Easy financing.' Call 372-3791 fireplace, cool mreh:1ej porch, Churches
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621 N.W. 35th St. large I lot. I living room oak floors, central air. TERMSWALTER i

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day BY OWNER 4 BR 2 bath. extra SPACIOUS Shown and by appointment gracious. three only.bedroom conditioning shelves are and only built a few in of book the ShoppingOPEN I ::
j large shady lot, Ig. utility area two bath home in the preferred many extra features found in this SAVE! The following arc toroccupancy.
big kitchen with skylight terrazzo address of Black Acres. 4 bedroom 2 bath home in the: 10 AM-6 PM I
Ave. West-
floors. 4018 NW 13th
You will like the hardwood floors NW. section. Over 2,200 sq. ft.

;" CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR BY morland.OWNER 376-7993 Carol after Estates 5 for 3 appt.BR panelled amount family of closets room and, large the Call of living Fordyce area&and Associates only 25500.Inc.: STUBBS, LOCATED I 3330 & 3320'

2 bath. kitchen equipped optional. modern kitchen. Available tomorrow 376-1236. BLOCK .
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4W% mortgage. 1121 NE 21st at $24.50000. INC. --.illWllllftllWIiI NW 30th Av .

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Ave. Phone 372-1316. J. W.KIRKPATRICK. Beamed I NW 34th ST. per 3 BR mo.1 bath. $500 dn, 177. i

k, 2 BR frame, neat and clean good I ceilings, walnut paneling and brick "We Trade Houses"FORESTPINES 111S NW 40th Drive

50 condition x 120'. city Immediate water occupancy.shady lot fireplace exemplifies the beautiful PHONE 372-7070 I 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn., $96 4617 SE lr PI. ...'
Realtor Interior of this 4 bedroom 2 bath per month.
I I easy private financing. $200 down. home ----- .4608 SE 2nd 0 PL .
31 N. Main Phone FR 2 8404 in the N.W. Add this to 2.-
$55 monthly. Located at 1318 SE Member Multiple Listing 000 sq. ft. of living area on a 'I 1115 NE 5th St. 3 BR, ] bath. $400 dn ,til
2nd Ave. near busllne. See It and spacious lot and oer mOo
ASSOCIATES: you can't pass it
3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn, $83
phone FR.6-7170.
35 Houses for Sal. Floyd Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. up at $27,000 Truly different. Call month
35 Houses FRAME house. 4Vt ac. 2 miles W. Reece. Capt., USN Ret. Fordyce & Associates. Inc.. 376-. per 303 SE 38th St. I
east of Starke. Drapes In every 1236 GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST COLORED IlllBllllmllllIIII! ullllllmnllh1I 3 ero.1 bath $409 dn. $64 E
must sell 3 Bed BY OWNER Finley School Area. room. central heat. termite treat- = ==
bath hardwood floors, Spacious 3 bedroom house in ed, 2 pecan trees on property RedfranksRealestate Shady, DUPLEX RENTALS
room. 1 living & dining area. quiet neighborhood. 2626 NW 2nd landscaped with drive added. Call 3236 NW 29th Ave.
spacious Ave. FR 2-0992. 969-2821.. 964-8801. trees surround the fenced yard and Norwood
best of- 3 BR 2 bath, $650 dn, $91
Carport. $200 down or patio of this 3 bedroom. 2 bath .
fer. Take over payments. $68 mo. 3 Bedroom. large corner lot, screened HOME for sale by owner. Lot home in Florida Park. Oak floors I: per mOo .
Telephone 374-0401. porch. Carport. $60 per month. 175' x 375. Esther Williams and a fireplace add to the cozi- I '. I
1001 N.W. 24th Avenue. FR 2- swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th ness of this home. Aely: neigh. Hope 3301 '
house of furniture for sale.
FULL 7882. Ave. Shown by appointment only. IN PARK LIKE SETTING huge borhood also. Only $18,500 and NW 3 Orb& Ave. .
$450 for equity will buy 3 3723631.
my Call J. R. Crane 8"H"
lot with circular drive, underground available under F.H.A. call For-
br. house at $7$ per month at WEST PARK 4 BR. -2- bath$600- d 2030 NW 55th St. sprinkler system. dyce & Associates Inc.. 3761236.Investment Inc. _
2101 N.W 55th Ter. By owner low down payment. 3 NEW Very modem 3 bedroom. 2 per mo. -

BY OWNER. Mason Manor, 3 BR. bedrooms payments less than bath. Large living room iE iEWe
2 bath. cent. heat. built-in kit. rent. Phone FR 2-0258. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath homes. Near with sliding glass doors to m Trade Homes IIIIIIIIIIDIIIInnnmnmnnIIIlIlmm; : 1IIIIIII I
huge screen porch. paved dead 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, CCB screened school. V.A. nothing down only screened porch. Call 6-0817. This home and garage apartment Is -- -
minimum yours for the small price of or PropertyALL e.
end street. shaded lot reasonably $100 closing. FHA -
priced. Phone FR 2237LLITTLEWOOD porch. air conditioned central down payment. N. W. 6th St. NEAR UF of F 3 bedroom 1 It has been reduced for quick S
t heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street. FR bath. Gleaming oak strip sale. Do Call
and 37th Place. Fordyce & Associates i EInmuIsnBiuhIBIllu=flnJ
AREA 2729. floors, fireplace recreation Inc., 37'1236. FOR RENT
NW SECTION. 3 BR 2 baths. room. Walk to campus or lEi
4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living NORTHWESTClose I
I golf Only $400 DOWN
course. St.
area. central heat. built-in kit. large carport & utility rear terrace I OUR HOMES ARE 114 SE 7th
excellent condition. Good to school and shopping. 3 bedrooms & $88 per mo. inct. taxes FORDYCEASSOCIATES OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
t 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. I & Ins. to qualified FHA buy J 1 Bath E
terms. 3725756. I 2 bath home with family SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR
I 2 blks. from Llttlewood elem. room. This is a very nice home I er. Call 6-0817 for appt. INC I YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Leas, $9$ per Mo
school. Ideal for Ig. family or LEAVING TOWN will sell my. 3 for the growing family with only Multiple Listing Realtors ._ 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR I
family and elderly persons. BR. 2 bath cent. heat built In I, $1,500 down payment. NORTHWEST Mid trees, rolling irate Fordyce, BrokeiDudley 6-5301 or FR 6-7989
Priced for Immed. sale. :3449 kitchen home. You can save lawns & nice homes. :3 BR
Goulden, Associate Stove hood with light and fan
N.W. 13th Ave. 3122893. $1500. Call FR 2-3826 or GR 2 bath, Fla. room, builtinkit. 2 O Qil e IlUIIIIRIIIIIImlAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUllnnnlHllllllmUlllllWI IIIIIIIIIIJllllllllnmmtIIIlIIII1IIIIInmnh'3! !
Benton Associate Large living dining area Double compartment sinkS
5-5922 Melrose. DAN BYRD Central heat. MODER- O. C. Gay. Associate
8 NW. 34th Street 3 BR 2 bath RANGE. Make Masonery ConstructionVenetian Blinds _
home. Central heat and air con NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 Inc. :JEoelCo:; equity & assume I !926 W. Univ. 376-123 S Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
ditioned. Out of city limits deep bath. Central heat. central air Associates. Realtor mortgage for one low Painted plaster walls a Large lawn with grass and ,-
well R.E.A. Power. cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call Jack DeYot monthly payment which Includes Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
AssociatesE. EYES RIGHT!
376-2927. Christine Stone taxes & Ins. Call 6- Large double sliding door Insulated AtticA
REPOSSESSED 3 BR, 1 bath. built. $60 Month. New. CB home trw E. Holloway 0817. closets Paved Streets
: in appliances small down payments down payment. See at 210 S. E. 925 NW 13th Walter Street Stoddard 3722511 See real dream living In Shadow Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop Butler Bros. Builders
t monthly payments $85. Located 20th St. Call 3723574 or 372- Call night or day BIG. OLD & CHEAP excellent Estates. Models Open. Back storage closed a> Planned play grounds I
on SE 28th Place. Call FR 4692. location. 3 apartments with F. D. Oliver. Bldr.Ph. Washing Machine fixtures "
22372. NEWLarge good income. Call 6-0817. FR 2-0866
-FINLEY AREA. For quick sale. FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor West on NW 39th Ave. past For appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322
3 BR. 1 bath. dining room. screen- 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home Myrtle Lassiter. Associate the Glen Springs Intersec. Invites Youto
ed porCh. garage $2.000 down HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERAT with beautiful family room and W. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate tion. Set sign on left. Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.DON'T .
Lovely built-in 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 .
approx. $87 per mo. 1735 N. W. APPRAISED VALUE OF sep. dining room. \
7th PL 372-8553. $17300. 3 bedrooms. 1 bath with kitchen with oven range dish- Res. 376-2927 or 3727943. -
I space for future bathroom living washer and disposal. Central heat Member Multiple Ustmg
FOR SALE OR RENT room with fireplace separate and air cond. Good terms. Phone
Mason Manor 3 BR 2 bath. screened porches FR 2-8965. .
dining room Palm View Estates
Built-in I G. E.
# Range.
II -C26 N. W. 10th Ave. detached 2 car garage. brick BY OWNER 3 Bedroom 2 tath
Call 372.7561 after 5:00 P.M. veneer construction. Excellent built in stove oven. garage.
t condition. Household furnishing screened porch patio. n ear GIVE
I 5-ROOM FRAME house. screened optional. Located three blocks schools and shopping cent-r. $109
t t porch. reduced for quick sale. from school and two blocks from total monthly payments. VA Loan.
I S2. 9S. Phone Cephls Goodman Univ. Campus. Shown by appt. equity on terms. 2016 N.E. 17th 4
S 528-4384. WllllSton. only. Call owner at FR 6-6336. Terrace. A new community of distinctive -

For Sale by owner. 3 large bed- WORK ,SHOP IDEAL HOME for young couple or MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom. homes in the fashionable -
rooms, Florida room hardwood CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR, 1 bath, small family. 3 BR. 1 bath. 2 bath home. Central heating and
floors. 2 full tile baths CCB dining rm.. Fla. rm. Ig. util. CBS low down payment and air rear-yard conditioning.makes Ideal Lovely play fenced area AWAY MONEYBuild Northwest.
home. $17.000. 1110 N.W. 36th rm., fenced back yard. near only $59 per mo. No closing. for Children. Convenient to schools
Ave. FR 21265. schools & churches. 372-8776. 1609 SE 39th Place. FR 23233.
IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had % % Featuring :
on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry
r. IN THE home on nice Florida Park lot.
within walking distance of Gainesville ;: FHA homes from
High Schools.ANGLEWOOD.and J.. J. Finley Elementary ( a future for your family z.-'a.:: T

: $16,000420,250
Almost new 4 bedroom -
2 bath Contemporary home. with a new H.C.M. home) tc
Central heat and central A-C. : Dews payments tram $,".M
Fenced back yard. Family room.
beautiful built In kitchen. Immediate -

H occupancy.A Few pleasures can compare with the satisfaction of home ownership LI VA Loans Available

PERFECT HOME. beautiful and -especially Highland Court Manor, Besides the value of an -
S (IN spacious for gracious living. local 4,'
ed in I choice Westside location excellent investment there's the knowledge that you're building for

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA this 4 bedroom. 3 bath home with your family's future.
swimming pool and lovely patio.
living room with fireplace, sepa- 3 & 4 BEDROOM
BOATS" MOTORS rate dining room. large included family- The financial advantages are many. If you're renting you're |Just
carpets and drapes
_ _ BOATS ti MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONS loads of storage space central building equity in your landlord's property. In the end. you'll have

HUN T E R Fiberglass Fishing heat and air conditioning. nothing to show for your, largest single living expense except rent
S 24" GRILLS Palm View Estates
Boats. .. .
12' Plywood fishing boats.13'r GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town
LAPSTRAKE ......... $29S $49.50 HOODSPND$80.99 MoTOR and must sell. 4 bedroom. 2 bath receipts.

S 14'137'EASY WITH FISHERMAN T E R STEERING M S OR I ...CENTRAL.:::: ::i. THE TACKLE BOX GOOD ns YEAR He Main SERVICE a72-3m STORES home.porch.built-in living Central kitchen room.heat and family and s c r centralair e room.ened If you own your home, however, you're entitled to a $5,000 home is planned for professional men and their"- I

CHARGE ern, Heart Of East Galnesvm- conditioning. Priced, to selL i stead exemption which makes the taxes approximately $260 per families. 2

;t. FRANK PHILP01TS Check with charlie NEW WESTSIDE restricted residential -' year less than on rental property (you're helping to pay your land J
FR 2-17'91' LIst or Classifications to choose FERNWOOD MODELS J
subdivision'acre lots. paved
SPORT CENTER from streets, Inside lots $350. come lord's taxes if you're renting). I

lots $4250. Select your homest ... I
Home of HUNTER Fiberglass
now before the next Increase. Also, the money you pay for rent establishes no equity for you -
ts.Moton. SUng wlmmtng-Dlvlng.: from $12,250'from
MCCULLOCH MURRAY your home payments do. And the interest is tax deductible your up- _
Trailers and JACKSON Sailing :
Fishing EQUlpment
Canoes. ADVERTISE I'l THE M.M.PARRISH rent payments aren't. ---

Safety Items. $400 down
'Where' Quality Sells Itstl' SERVICE DIREC'l'ORY You can probably own a home in Highland Court Manor for less
Golfing EQUipment.
20 N.W. 11th Ave. : than you're paying in rent. Why not see how easy It is'by stoppngby

.. FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6It3 Tennis EquIpment I A ASSOCIATES. INC. our soles office or model home today? IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 4! ,

: Mon. Ttlrv FrL U p-rn. SaL '4 BasebaD EQlilMlenL I, H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
Other Times by Appointment AlACHUA COUNTY'S Carolyn Cardenhlrt Mary Parrish 3 MODELS -1
ONLY DEALER Where to Fish. 1* N E 1st Street Tel. FR 5-537

JOHNSON 14 New Models Priced from $13,400 to $18,200 ..
Plus many many more. McCOY'S
lone SALES Star Boats.AND Orlando SERVICE CUpper NOTHING DOWN VA ($100 closing costs) WRITE WIRE, PHONE or VISIT ;

-:. Get Results Boats. SkI supplies. s.uing rigs. Macoma Homes, i

lAIRD'S MARINE Inc.For I Palm View Estates
601 S. MAIN ST.SERVICE DIRECTORY Sale very attractive 3- '1i ;,
bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417 .Highland Court Manorby
E. University Ave.j walkb
distance to Lake Forest 372-9545 day 376-9048.nght

"MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the down Schools.and Price STtjO$11500.per month.ISO KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left or

Call Gerald or V. Q.. McCoy 39th Terrace To Model Homes.

i : Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372.8441S Jr.4-5015.Day Office FR 4-7590.comer nights N. Main FR Sales Office NE 23rd Bird. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471

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35 Houses for Sol 46- Unfurnished Apt 66 Mite For Sale. -" .

r 537 85 Automobile for Sale

ESTATE e R, furnished or unfurnished. Immediate water heater, 77 Mobile HOMe for SaleA I MPALA SS Hard Top 16 PG

For sale by owner refmanclble. 4 occupancy available $80 $48 for a new glasslined GAS Tra WW tires fee

.NOUNCEMENTS$ MERCHANDISE1I.Mea.rts BR. separate living t Fla. roo"s.dish per month & up. Couples only. water heater. Mu more hot leader In every way. Service I H. Extra clean. P FORDCUSTOM
Phone 3723522 for Mr. at water at about FR 2-0149.
Slag cost with
washer dbl. oven. split lev first, always. Federal Quality -
I C&zd ., Th.u n w..w $ B.. el. 2600 sq. ft.. dbl. garage cent. Arnold Realty Co., 1219 W. Univ. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. Homes.. N.W. 13th St. 3721 1 f 61 Buick LeSabre Mechanically
a ..... a 1'.... a 1I&c..ry 'I'.1e heat aair cond.. Ig comer lot Ave ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 4 converble wall

4 Psrsmllied 5.rIee. IIl1a1WJq MkterILbB with many trees. Call 3721300. tires. per., ail power air
Tra.., Ia........ SI _..... G..... 47 Houses for Rent Fura. CLEAN your Lustre rugs-It Foam.upholstery Use withamazing our 511XWYATT conditioned. Would like transportation 2-DOOR

I a..1&1 N.U... es A.U.... GLADYS SMITHFOUR for Take over pav-
applicator free. Call Home Be.utifl eity.
...rlala .. MI... I'.r IskB ments. FR
1703 Main
Baby BIttr. 0If. Can n TrsdI.g P..1a ENJOY Lake Santa Fe year Furnire. N 6 $2096.00
i 4
around. FOR SALE If61 FORD Fairlane.
home furnished
I "a"I'I'. G. Lad U Article. Wsnt.4 BEDROOMSWE OPEN AIR Trailer Sales radio
Th1ngsT. ..., Is r..a OD a W.... have several large homes for or unfurnished including boat. MAKE dr. san, power steering .
... Ideal for couple with child. Reasonable F.r Fresh Fruit ta & $107$. Cal 3 after
'ata Marta. E.&.. sale Four bed-
In the Northwest. rent to Come 4431 N.W. 13th Ham ofPacemaker FAIRLANE
qualified ble
.. .. person. o 1
AUTOMOTIVE n Cat FlaIl rooms and more. Fmley or Little GR .
71 Lfrpt.a. aalee-.tatala on OWes E....... wood area and West Hills. Air. 5-9496. Shasta Mle Home 1T61 MCA. See Ed Co Town and 2-DOOR

11 1I. De B._ 'N ....' 11 lIukal lIucII..iJM'I' conditioned and In prime condI- I BR house lights & water furnished SHORT WAVE RADIO RECEIVER Travel Alntea Country Trailer Make 0

Tricks I... Bali tion. Call us to see these fine $62 per mo. No pets Hallicrafters S 40-B. Ver good Ocala's FIn Mbl Ho fer.
Trsek. Wnt.4 homes-372-5393PICOJRESQUE 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR condition. $C.I Sin 1950 PLYMOUTH good transportation $1996.00
:: Tr&.t.ri Truck IeatsIa REAL ESTATE'FOR SALE 25633.: S UNF. CHEST Sturdily 123 Silver Springs Blvd. good tires. SSO c.s C.I
Traflir lspts Neatly furnished. small home 3 DRAWER { -13 FR 2-0659.
of smooth sanded
4 .: X.t.reek. : ......n. IS ...Ie tst aale 70 acres stream running through S Ig. rooms & bath. all elec. kitchen derosa p Ocala. FIe

4 -StA.t..bfl '.palra U Waaerlre.. ..... rI, property. Permanent orchard.Bahia 360 brand pas carport. Cool, oak shaded Small 4 pin oly._........... 11.88 WE BUY 8$ SWAP CARS SHAW &
+ ture. Pear
.4' U.A..bD.Ier & II Beuu 7.r w.II Pecan trees. Brick farm yard. $60 per mo. FR 2- 111. Large 6 Dr. Chest ...... 19.88

Ivip Can n H Real Calhig.i Eatale F.r Eula.Sale .... home name with full farm equipment.Call V s. ADULTS only" I roam houseS 5P I COX. WAREHOUSE 6 S. Main._ LJED MOBILE HOMES WILL trade 1957 OUsmobile U In
Ton dollar paid phone KEETER
E. R. "
Ovid Street J. Cr
372 5393. 36.
? !
:: EDUCATIHAL sa Real E.I&a. Waited APARTMENT size gas stove. $49. excellent conditi with premium
at 0. ., Tiwa Prspefl I Electric refrigerator S2S. Large SPECIAL tIres. In like con
--. 11 Bek..Ii .' aift.u.. 4. ........ P..rI... TWO STORYIN NJAT 2 BR house with T.V. duo space heater, $49. iu x Lot for mobile home ditkxu Phone 2441 Cedar Key. 238 W. Univerit

..,. ;: M..l W&at.J-i'atri.tl.pwthx. II ZesIdeitlal be.4 ... tip-top condition and ready for antenna 704 HW. 34th PI. CallER Phone FR .13 $1500. l Mile S. off FR

- .._ -- 41 Faras A Aeruc. !: earning and living. Apartment up 6-722 after 6-30 P.M. Prairie. For Pays Winter
a stair and down-stairs three large ROSi'l Lawn Mower letlce I FR .. c.1 87 Automobiles
:: EMPLOYMENT = PFS9iftt43l .-s rooms for rentals. All furnished MALL furnThouse 1 block from am back at old 516 W. .3BELIEVE - - -
Prspirty Sales .
11 WNII-w..a.. Male and priced at $18,000. Good financing new P. K. Yapge School 3 biks, Unlverfity Ave I t.t sell and IT Fords
-f downtown. Call te Univ. Private entrance. waterturn. CARS WANTED. 1 -5
Close to 1st ,
trade. al-
... eals clatt repain
JI Wark 1
RENTALS $45 Call 6-3482: vREfOSIISSED & Chevrolet
3725393. per itso. or ]- A Hero Sr
11 Bales fletp' Wiatid C463.VE8)Y. woys. OR NOTSave ice Station. '1 4

-- 11 1J Mali Belp-llal.Uelp Wealed'.I huSh 4& C.ttsge. 1'.1' .ell GLADYS SMITHREALTOR I desirable l 3 bedroom, two Jmgtr Jig Zag $600. 10 X 44 2 BR fr.nls .
IS "an1ala "Ql954tI
Dra.ade Aa. baths. Prefer man with fam makes decorative stltchrs. .ppt only S3195. $350.40
41 U..Su.lab.d A.&Io ily. Call to see this house between qt*. wttonholei, per d VOLKSWAGENMILLER
= U hip W..W 41 ..... '., Zeit Fa,... Associates: ,4 ft 7 ,.M. 1105 NW, 4th Only J1. payments $658 per ID month choose from YOU'REOFF
4' fl.usei fer Rent l1atillL Carolyn Noyes Anna HInson I 1t. mo. Univ. PR a.1075. 5
: FARMS & LIVESTOCK ii .... I.. Nut Ben Griffin II TRAILER MART

2d V&r. E4aJ.- U BeW *us 48 ,Houses for Rent Unfurn. NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers HWY 17 PHONE 328-1050
., n Peel Fertilizer II Mlsa. Reetala edgers tampers. light
37 Real Exchanged SUNDAYS 1 TO 6
.. 21 Un.leek A BeppUel .IA Wasted Ti2i aea' plants cable. Wisconsin, Brigs
leadesaptaf -.Tsp laD II ....r.... Wastad TWO bedroom house tor rent. & Stratton new and us m EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAFor
h Apply Frank Dickerson, Orange tors. Rental', sales and ,
-sf"Pell h "aea Desk Cpus
WILL trade waterfront.lot for -Y1R
car. Sale air
Laka. Marine Boat Works. 0. turn -
Meyers Power 230 NE
1& .. c
:: 11LftutiekWut.4 Bust. &ealak Lots priced from 11450 to 15.000. Box }21. Orange Laka Fla. 16th Ave. TOls- trailer & enclosed Excellent I
I What have you? Phone GR 5-5751. s:4WIAwltt&Weddipq Pho condition. FR BROWN
:: :iiTAN AL. SERVicE G P. Rippey Melrosf. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house CRIB; in good condition. Misc. A-M. and *-l] P. 2-98 6 a
-14a.sl..s..oplIles 2. BlclaJ $ei'ylces a $50 month. Unfurnished I bedroom $0 1030 E. Univ. _,

-4, ................. II B... .a.reueate '38 ,Real Estate WantedUF will house S60'month. Furnished baby equipment. Phone -" 10x15 HOME Crst. 2 BR front and FR 2-3582
gift that he treas.ured duplex $90 FR rear m alr-ond..
-C. Msngsg.e' J& ..... T'f' Beryiss apt month. FOUR-ptece antque. marble top bat win
farevirl Cittbroidtr" In rom.n- 67466. bedroom sale. Phone and patio Phone
.. :: 2 !! '..! *_'''' Cl ppUucs .m r.rt.z: lie flower colors. Hampton Fla. 1213. WITH
____ .. Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath. Delight bride and groom with this 2 Bedroom CB house. $68 per 41U
1'H Ltttlewood. Sept.. Dr. N. Markel. flower lovely embroidery beau.iful month. Call 376-2927, I A.M..to 5 ITS terrific the way were sUI NEW MOON Metro 1943 10 x 60*. a PAINT
.. 1M Kenvllie Rd., Buffalo N.Y., reminder of the happy day. P.M. Blue Lustre fer cleaning 3 BR, front kit. financed with

? ,35 Houses for Sot.-. 35 Houses for Sate 14713. Pattern 537;. transfer of 9'4xl7'An. upholstery. Rent electric sham- Llv. Km. .n unfurnished
panel., 3 BR, 1 bath at. 1117 NE :31st pooer SI. McDanieli Furn. Co. S200 for and take up pay.
'. 40 Business Properties Thirty-Jive cent In coins for Ave.Realty.. $100 372-4351.per mo. University Gainesville Shopping Center. mts Phone 6 after :O JOB

') Ew.s Bedroom CCS, tile bath his pattern -add 15 cents for each BURROUGHS Sensimatic .ccontln P.
... SEE pattern for 1It ; .carport and utility room. S9.000.
Excellent location zoned BR. special handling. Send to Laura Phone G. Massa cabana .
dowa..J65 month. Phone FR corner 2 & 3 br homes; turn & unfurn .11 Keystone coition.
.1250 2. 89 x 120. Drive by 527-533 North Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft MARY MOELLER REALTOR. Heights. Fla. shady lot pool. Co 3995
_.2-3351 days. FR 64311 nights. Information. Dept. P. O. Box 161 Old try Lot Ph. FR 64606.IT'S .
THIS spacious two story 4 bedroom Main and call us for J < 019 W. University FR 6-4471 YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour G2
:: tLAAMs.MCtIon..3 BR.hom 3 bath home with 2 sleepIng J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency FR Chelsea Station New York 11, N.Y.
._ porches located in a very desirable I >- 404, 31 N. Main. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER 2 BR, Ig. yard. near school. $60 helrln. Our Free Examination FOOLISHto
t4uU-.yr.-a4d.-Large wooded lot. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. per mo. Call 3729655. 1012 NW give you an accurate
-.*<>.- =>\#,"111,500.. Call 372-6050 NE neighborhood. ONLY BARGAINI 1964 Needlecraft report. Visit Gainesville's HEAR pay more. RECKLESS to At
Big new 39th Ave.
for appt. to see. S16.000 with S1200 DOWN. i 41 Residential Income Catalog over 200 designs. ING AID CO. TODAY. 620 N. pay less GET THE REAL

(474 DOWN-3 bedroom only 25 cents! A must if you knit. 2 BR CB house. parquet floors. Main St. FR US. Payments as low as HAWESPOWERSBODY GOOD

home with built In oven masonry and 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- crochet. quilt. sew. embroider. Send tile bath screened. porch shady SEWING MACHINES 157. per month with $300 down. SHOP
corner lot. backyard fenced for
: range -- 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 loining rental property. 200 ft. 25 cents. 1964 Zig Zag. like new.
: children carport. 726 NW 31st monograms
per month.SOO.oo frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd SPECIAL_ VALUE 15 COM sews on buttons, Homes Sale 611 S.W. 3rd St.
I Ave. Will sell together or sepa- PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe -- PI. $90 per mo. Avail. July 1, bu"ooles., stitches overcasts ap- Rt. 100 SE Keystone Fla.

NEAR SHOPPJNG $ DOWN-L.rg. 2 bedroom rately. 316 N.E.' 3rd Ave. FR 2- new Quilt Book. For beginners nowl* Cair 372-7921. raw edges. Take 4 payments at FOR SALE or trade for house trailer FR 2-0538

two story frame hoear Klr- : 4752 experts. Send 50 cents 2 Bedroom CCB house 3400 N.W. $6 40. Phone 372.2051.PliUJNI equity In 3 BR house central
----- -- -- -
-<3 BRrm bam. HE. like new. by Smith School. ONLY $6000 3rd Street $90 per mo. Call 376- -.---- ._... .-- .- heat all tile bath. 126 SE STARTWhen
CB const Cent Mar'It-A-C, hw per month., I I 42 Farms & Acreage 44 Cottages for Rent 394S MURALS 70th St. Ph. 3720540.IT'S FOR THE
floors shaded lot. near shopping.SIMM Complete set $195. COREC

.00. Call' Mary. .Moeller, WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2' 49 Rooms For Rent HARPER PAINT CO. HERE TIME .
r bath homes with central heat. air ACREAGE FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage all 10 S. W. 7th St. 372-4366.

BUY LIKE RENT conditioning and Florida room In Operating stock farm. 460 acres electric, located tile shower on Santa good ventilation Fa LARGE room at 1228Vi W. Unl. OR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30gal. 12' WIDE Ch.mpl 2 BR FR214flCourtesy

resldefttl.I'.r.... the Uniewood School area the :tesw registered Angus Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2- versity Ave. Hot and cold water with gas heater attached also
:,S. W. 3 BR fine Gainesville High School areas and and full line of farm '
furnished. $35 for 1 persons 2 150 gal. butane tank. Com Beautiful NEW 64 modelS
*169. gas Of
fire pi., family rm shaded lot. IdytwIU, equipment. 4 br, 3 bath main
person $40 month. FR 6-2641 with Lewis W BR
or plete gauges. Inquire x one
E.qvlty 100000. Take UP pay. I house lake. and modern :
on View' Beach on
COMERS Lake 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. I Co. SPECIAL at ONLY $2395 University Chevrolet
ments $12500 mo. Call Mary DOWd_ tenant house. It miles from \ Jewelry
$1000 Spacious 3 bedroom Big Lake Santa F* now open! '
Motller.SHADY. 2 bath masonry home In Gainesville. Reasonable. Call Mary Swim and picnic. Furnished cot MEN only rooms. Singles Now Specializing in Ladies Better BUTS MOBILE HOMES N. Main St. at 16th ..n.

Westwood. Large corner lot. Moeller. tages by the week. For reservation and doubles. Call 372- Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes S INC. Your
LOT call 466-1129 Earlton. through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional 3764361
28 Acres paved H W e f Gaines 9222. Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER Open S A.M. to I P.M. Closed
Near campus. 2.500 sq. feet. C. John Merrill ville. $$12,500 Call Mary Moel- EN1 modern furnished cottageson FOR DISCOUNTS. S.W. 1st Ave Sundays. 441 N. at city limits DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
,. modem week I or 2 people 2 rooms, prIvate 1
brick living r" dining rm. ler. Lake Santa Fe by or nue. across from Gainesville Livestock
kit, with dining area dbl car season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. bath. private entrance. Call Market. FamilyVacations
pt. Ig lot _call Mary Moeller. Realtor MOBILEHOMECOURT 372-1646 or see at 1106 NE 9th DBL BED. $35; reclining chair.
furnished house on Swan Ave.
3 i Bedroom corner table $5; util table.
MULTIPLE LISTING Near Gainesville on busy Hwy.S9.90000 Lake week month. Phone
"GIVE TO: business or professional man, $5; Ig. homemade desk, $8.
Associates: Marcella Pardl Low down payment low 376-5462 or 475-5223 Phone FR 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
adlacent to bath. Must
be sober. ..112PRT.
Yt. H. Buchannan
''Security to your family & buy this monthly payments. Phone 7-0984. 1325 NW 4th St. ke chest $12.50 6 ft. 119 SE First Aye.
charming 3 br home with Ig family MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 45 Furnished Apt*. I table $10; alum. & plastic $ SAVE $ 372-4343
rm. study; Ig patio'on beau- FREDARNOLD 51-A Wonted 'ITo Rent lounging cot. $5 Call 372-
: ;
tifut shaded lot. Price I reduced.' 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 TAKE up payments on a 1964 Hon
4871. .
da Motor BIke Call ----- -- --
IU.500.00 call Moeller. 2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room. 31.716.
Mary "Selling Florida Since 1906"
: COUPLE wants 2 or 3 bedroom
living room and private bath, CUSHMAN Highlander frame. com.
FOSSEY Phone 3166512EAST'. furnished house permanent res)- plete, new tires perfect condi 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR NEW
BUDGET cleared. dents, house & neighborhood mustbe
110 acres rolling mostly tion. $25. Phone 37
approximately Vi mile of paved nice Ph FR 6-9458 6:2WE
$3200.00 SIDE IN
-1 hr. Ig rm$. corner lot. CONDITIONING Tune up
WANT TO late model
road frontage $200 an acre near buy
needs work done. near downtown. Special $ .50 for performancetest. FALCON
Alachua 52 Boarders Wanted used refrigerators.
: CHI :: jMary.Moeller Ralph Realtor trade-Ins now Al makes and models.
FOSSEY WILSON'S EXCHANGE Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air
ROOM and Board for girls. Private Conditioning Servicing Center.
Dick Robinson Associate 111 S.E. 1st Street. Phone FR 100
H MaryVMoeller 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNew 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 $57 per month up bath 6-6083 Washing Machine., PhoneFR 6-6479. 204 N. Main St. Phone FR 2- Down

construction .: nearing com Gainesville's Finest KODACOLOR and 2561. payments of only A-

pletion. Handsome Southwest location Fordyce AcreageGoing 54 Business Rentals BLACK & WHITE SPECIAL auto painting 129.9. Automotive $ Per
and situated on paved street. ranch. S375 an acre with the Furnished or unfurnished 2 for the PRICE of 1 repairs and CL
E Home comes complete with built. most beautiful rolling pasture. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- PRINT except 35 mm Miller & Sons 732 NW 1st St DO Mo.
in range and oven. central healIng ment. :309 NE 9th St. Phone 374408. GARAGE space tor rent, 6)3) S.W. Phone 372-7215.
Truly a gem. 2nd St. $3.48 savings on 12 exp. roll
Call John
Merrill Real- My Personal Deal
system hardwood floors and 180 acres. 20 miles from town 60 of KODACOLOR
Realtor many extras.. $23,000. acres In permanent pasture plenty EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 tor. FR 2-1494. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY INC. 85 AUTOMOBILES for CALL or SEE

= of water fenced and cross month. Phone 41-2380. SMALL warehouse with platform tor 1021 W. Univ. Ave. SAL, OSCAR BRYAN NEW
305 N.W. 23 STREET fenced. V mil road frontage, trucks loading & unloading in
-1011 W. University FR 6-4471 Most choice $14500 acre. FURNISHED air conditioned city limits. 1132 S. Main St. FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW
3 bedroom 2 bath resIdence per CORVAIR equipped Shaw & KeeterFR
Member Multiple Listing their largest supply of
boasting MonZ't
Into Phone 372-8433:
situated than tO acres suitable for cutting or 374-4171
on more an
MARY BROKERASSOCIATES under construction. with white side
MOELLER. opts.. Seasonal Also us
acre site. Beautiful shade trees. smaller tracts. A good Investmentat Plant cl wall actual miles 6-5371
: 1 WAREHOUSES -- new concrete for bird tire
This home Is SI 65.00 acre. Avail. Sept. $100 per 1,0
well constructed and per block -
E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler building with large units. baths or any of your gardeningprbem. payts. .m.1 ecu
: Dick DurblnEMcKINNEY I offers prestige. as well as- convenience Fordyce Associates, month. Call Wayne Ma- For rent. Reasonable. Close to FLORIDA PEST CON I)'. Wi oder for -- OR
for only $33.000. son. ERNEST TEW REAL- downtown area Call 376-6754 CENTER Cal owr 372-8441,

FISH CAMP Inc. Realtors TY. 3766461. 6-2661 2 NW 16th Ave. ext. 3 15 weekdays.

I 56 Business Opportunities oil heater CHEV 57, Bel-Air 4-dr. hardtop.
: GREEN Restaurant with 6 cabins situatedon 926 W. UniV. 376-1236 1 I CLEAN,.well furnished 2nd floor 75,000 BTU Duotherm like
R & H. low
a river near Gainesville. Completely 4-rooms kitchen, bath. porch $7! with blower good conditi $ thrght.
7 Vi acres. 10 miles out. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. mileage. Phone CRANELincoln
n .DEATON equipped Including boats cashS. per month. 1 extra large extra Univ. Ave. for leas. Opportunl- Phone 3161. owner after 5 at 372-7128.
and equipment. This is a going $2000 nice, air conditioned. 1 bedroom. '
ty for the right man to get In I Friday Night Browsing at Treasure USED
REALTORSSOCONVENIENT business. Call for details.ECONOMICAL E. SAPP REALTORPh. $125 month. 1... J. Moratto FR the bowling alley business with a I Chest In Fairbanks OLD TIMEY CHEVROLET '56 4-dOOr 6-cynder|| ,

4722000 Newberry. Fla. 2-4957 morning. noon or night. I small amount of capital. Call FR, THINGS. odds and ends. Phone yellow an black. Good condi
3-5-10 acre tracts. 62641 FR 6-2930. FR tion. $ Call FR 1534 Mercury
ACREAGE I 1 BEDROOM completely furnish or Ask for Mr. 6-12 680
SW 13th St.
Yet spacious this large 2 bed- reasonable. Cash or terms. H. B. Haynes. f
ed upstairs or downstairs near
and ,
= for the chIldrMetcllte room home Is available for Immediate Rt. 1, Box 49, Archer, Early American upholstered chair MGA. 15$ Mercury Comet
Standridge Top Lincoln
shopping center. See at 612 N.W. like -
GROCERY Danish .
Howard BJViop schools two blocks occupancy. Good N.E. to- STORE all colored small maple bookcase Condito. .
M .Wly. .See.able"J.L1t. 2 bam cation. Attached garage family Fla. 10th Ave. or phone 63549. $75 trade, no down payment. must modern chair. new porch swings new Interior. C.I 2-35 after CAR

M hone _.Monthly payments IncludIng room separate dining room 111/. SUBURBAN HOME. Big lot on per mo.EFFICIENCY.. I have good credit or collateral. oak glass door book case. Blond 7:3 P.M. 506 E. University
.. taxes and Interest noo.Call 500. Archer Road. Shady 2 Bedroom air conditioned. Call FR 6-7231 days or FR 2-0641 dining table and 6 chairs lamps. 1954 OLDS air conditioned, auto
Fft 33617. but spacious. $4.500 Drawback? private. adults only. $65. 406 nights and Sundays. other household Items. Nearly- matic transmission good mechanical GAINESVILLE 372-4251
LAKE FRONT PROPERTY S3.000 down. ARCH CAMPBELL NE 6th St. EXCELLENT downtown Sinclair Nu Furniture Shop. 316 N.W. condition. Ronnie Young.
E ACT TODAY _REALTOR Phone 376-5707. Service Station 8th Ave. FR 4-4892. 372-4881, ext. 19 or 372 ----- -- --- -
: 90 Acres on sprlngfed lake with sand 3 ROOM. 2nd floor. hot water furnished -open and doIng Ph -- .; :
bottom. Estimated 4.000 front feet business will lease to responsible 61.
.A property 100 by 133 ft within adults. No pets. $SO. See BAND RADIOS
43 Property CITIZE
Price $45,000 with 29 party with adequa t e I MUST
water. school.
on SELLleaving Top
r three blocks of Court House -Corner 727 E. Univ. Ave. and Used $60
pet. cash down. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. cond, all Volks TIMEIS
frame new parts. 60 VACATION
lot Two story Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S
.5-. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex FOR RENT MOBILE HOME 50 Phone FR'6-0222 or 2-6512. wagen. Call FR New
B.R.' 2 baths -C.n
dweiilna4 FOTO INC. 2-75
apartments, large living and x 10, with private lot & T. V. paint Low .
f be purchased at RIGHT PRICE- ARNOLDRealty dining area modern kitchen with Phone 376-8550. fEXACO INC. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 lb TRADE IN TIMEIF
'- Caii"FR23617.ANGLEWOOD. ALFA ROMEO Spider Veloce '60.
fan large storage closets terraz Has good dealership opportunities SIZE 12 wedding dress, never
zo floors. tile baths space heat LARGE 2 bedroom duplex furnished available In the Gainesville area, Call FR 6-8912 after 6 .wo. Excellent condition engi re '
er and hot water heater' facilities apt. with big living room. Moderate Investment required. weekends. cently overhauled.. $1207
CompanyMultiple dining room kitchen and ialou- Ph. FR 2-1052.
Paid training available.
for washing machines. and program
I fn attractive well built home situ- Listing Member paved streets. See at N.E. 26th lied porch. convenient to down- 1 station at Main and 8th St.,: ,1958 .25 H.P. hl crank Jos 1963 VW C pass. stat. wagon YOU LIKE MONEY5.eYOU'LL
,- ated- on a beautiful landscaped 1219 W. Unlv ,Ave. 372.3.522Assocl.tes Ter. or calf for appointment 372- town. $80 month. Call FR 6-3070. also Interstate 75 Available. Con- outboard 3 toal (MIcrobus), 2 ton green clean
I.- lot. 3 B.R. and 2 tiled baths. Peter tact J. A. Rewis. 3764071. running ,time. $ Phone
: Sleg 5321 or 3725322. HOUSE TRAILER large lot. plenty excellent citi Inside and THESE
t" Large patio wall to wall car.r LIKE
Jane Caldwel F. W. Hodge of shade. couple preferred. 2-316 out
pet In dining and living area. All! : HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE BY OWNER two wiow spa
Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo Phone FR 6-5377.
rate adjustable
T modern conveniences. Priced toT 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE idOls St. & good business locations with tre- VACUUM CLEANERS sat.
Bob Kalkman Jimmy Green with
sell Call FR 2-3617 for apT SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. LARGE 3 room apt. Available at mendous potential. 100 x 200 Us Machines 21.00 mjles reul.r V PRICES
polntment. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath near shopping ment. Some small down pay. once. Nice & clean, near Univ. each. Call J. R. Crane 3723631., $15 vp to p from and Ipis$Koic.1
center and schools. $8.600 mort Adults only. Water turn. Phone KIRBY SALES 40 hp gts or mora
ment. Monthly payment $57 to TO SETTLE AN ESTATE. Established miles For sale tor
t ASSOCIATES gage. $70.55 month Including taxes S65. Also homes built on your FR 6-8819. Ocala business must be, _712 N. Main Ph. 376-7110 cash (per or you gall at $1800 Classic 770. 4-
Tj. Fred Guy Jayne ButterwerttirjCol and Insurance. $3400 GI equity lot for no down payment. Inlne
: NICELY furnished convenient sold. Consists of bar, package Call
T.V. antennas. $3 single stack RAMBLER
J. W. Davis H. J. WlltshlnAlultlrJ for $1700. 2202 N,E. 8th St. Call TOMMY RIDGELL downtown area. $75. Adults only store, & 17 unit motel. For fur. $7 double stack, $13 completekit. 316S1. 1963 I Door automatic
... 2300
\ Utinn FR 2-im. ulMr Phan_ FR _2.4125_ Impala new
ther Information call 376-7616 and
-- -' n no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music Brant's 513 NW 8th Ave Chvrole&
Air. Power steer-
Dealer Cost.
Store. ask for Mr. Williams. A. transmission radio, heater

NICE 2 BR turn. apt. with private 61 Wanted to Bay 1964 Model SEWING Dial -O-Matlc MACHINE, Zig Phone 6.Jetfire John Baldwin.hard ing, power brakes, bucket seats. $2595
Z 1963 Oldsmobile
I bath & entrance. Large front like new makes button holes conditioned B car -... . . . .
I SERVICES porch. hot & cold water furnished. : er-cast applique fancy stitches top air utful
-S58 per mo. Ph. 2-9704. or- CASH for your used furniture tafrlgerators darns mends etc. Assume 4 pay 4 cop Co Cros Country wag-
stoves TVs. doming
2-9195 $7.10 each. 815 W. Unlv.i I' RAMBLER
etc FR 2-3937. William's i mts. 374-1075. is parked o Univ. Cit I 1 963 on. 660. Automatic
2 BR furnished apart with porcn. P
Service Center Hawthorne Road. Bank parking lot. See '
I Near University. See at 411 N.W. Air. *eat*.
ADDRESSOGRAPH transmission Reclining
I 15th St. or call 2-4647. $60 per WANTED large chest. type home eluding feeder equipt. I Foster or Mr. Johnson at $2695

I | Home And Business mo. freezer In good condition. .Must Also lister. the bonk. Low mileage. Nice . . .
\ I be reasonable' Call.. 376-3905. Gr.ptpe. c.r
3 rooms & bath close-in adults. plates. e si. of plate 1964 VW radio seat belts opening 2-Door' auto-

i f ______ __ no FR pets.2-4621 Water or 3721633.turn. $55 per mo. 62 Machinery & Tools cabinets Massa Fla. 431 o clt Keystone Phone Heights G. luggage back win, side hich.mror.u 1963 CHEVROLET matic transmission i -

Bulldozing RemodelingDO VERY attractive spacious. upstairs droat. li milev $ radio heater 6 cyl.
Bolens Cub Tractor 7 hp, TVi years 36000 BTU commercial air conditioner 1
2 BR furnished apartment. old 38" twin blade mower attachment '1 : : $1945
SMALL bulldozer, loader. dump YOU NEED Florida room. extra Only $70 per month. FR 6-5270. very good condition.Can tower.,3 with outside desks water& chairs.cooling 503 THINKING about buying a good nice . . . .' .. .

trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. TopsoiL room more room. roof work. 705 N.E. 2nd St. be seen at 3811 N.W 12th SW 2nd o. sports car Only $1200 will '770' Classic. -

Phone 372-746. or maybe a complete new home? ONE BR, 212 SW 7th St$75 Ave. or call 2-9658. Less than you in Alpine. Extras p 1963 RAMBLER 4.Dor
For a free estimate. & guaran per mo. Call McKinney Green. half original cost at $350_ 2-AMANA air conditioners 1LSOO chide wire wheels WW tyr" Bucket seats
BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Back teed work. phone Carl C. Inc. Realtor. FR 23617. BTU and a 1Uo 1 year od 220 heater. C.I 316-7 for 11s.
hoe. wheel tractors. motor volts. Both $400. .t twin floor Radio heater.
Waters. 3724049.CARPENTER 64 Household Goods ,
AHa shif.
Romeo Spider. 1963. Phone
grader. Free estimates. W. G. CLEAN. quiet apartment in nice Gainesville Minature Raceway. $2395
a> repairing. Phone FR Good bed front and back entrance T-A-G APPLIANCESTested TAPPAN Clock controlled 20-Inch 2 dr.. V-8, AT.
rotlsserle burner with a 15 PLYMUTH. Cal''axie 500 Hard-
24102. and Guaranteed oven .Dor,
Landscaping screened porch ceiling runs good. 1 O AO
42 Refrigerators from S3* up brain. Regular $399. ,This week Ikl .V FORD
furnished. Adult Phone
fan cow-
I I 7Qdt transmission
lined P.
Ranges from S39 up only Free 30-gallon Ol.s- top. automtic ,
Machine Repairs Available June
Sewing pie no pets.
LANDSCAPE SERVICE' I 27th. Phone 6-3558. 17 Washers from $19 up water heater Iu See 1st Fwit-Ave Radio, heater, |J 1
CALL SEWING MACHINE SER- a Dryers from $If vp gas. 37..s 1 sW. HE
Grass-Sod-Garden -
of all kinds.CREVASSES MainNurserystock VICE CO. SOS W. UniversityAve. ADULTS only. One or two bed 2 Food-Freezers from 595 up : FOUR piece sectional sofa VH I I have for Chevrolet con.vettible power steering . . . I U 7 J1OA9
rooms. Call J. R. Crane 312-3631. Dishwashers from $49 : with I one week t
NURSERY 376-1075. We repair all up good ; Call o
Landscape Co. Makes Work fully guaranteed FURNISHED garage apartment. 10 TV Sets from $35 up or cifl 113 I St. Apt.-A. new around.interior Mechanically, new perfect DAMBICD 4.Dor, automatic
FR 6-2J14 for free estimate. Conveniently located adults entv. 419 NW ttn Ave-Ph 3725303A I For details call 372-7165 after I jQL IHJI1DLCItransmission, radio
TELEVISION no pets. Call FR 2-1123 or FR 70 Boats-Marino Equip. 6:00 anytime Sunday *
ADVERTISE IN THE 23794. 110 volt 11.000 BTU Coldspo P.wda heater, power steering, power brakes, reclining -

SERVICE DIRECTORY FURNISHED apartment. Clean cool 220 room volt.air.conditioner..000 BTU CokHpot'60 model room; a 160 OPAL excellent condition, 2 seats, 1-owner, very low j
& PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL $1 and comfortable. 25 minutes from NEW Fishing Boats painted and coo miles. Call 376-11M after 6 $ 595
-Anpliance Repair J, air conditioner 61 model a Lady ttn like . . .
Mortgage Broker per inch plus S10 to Install most Gainesville. Access to big lake Kenmore electric with large ready t g Anier mileage, new .
Ait Conditioning tubes. I Year Warranty. Special good fishing. $65 per month. G. and rotisserie range '60 1 day June Ut FOR SALE 16 FORD. XL 5
oven oven. Station
: Reconditioned TVs trans $*.f5. P. Rippey. Morose CR S-5571 model. All In excellent COftdit'Ca -. 1 n. GUs 12 ft. $39.95. 8 years 646 FastMdu* details caL 31. RAMBLER Wagon,
East 1961
MORTGAGE MONEY THE VARIETY STORE FORDYCE RENTALS 372-3946 for appointment.G. s I.ti Turn a automatic transmission
5H per cent Interest. Terms to 7 S.E. 1st Ave. post Frank Dle. 161 FALCON 4 dr..
: Arl HANDYMAN SHOP 25 years. 4 Technician's with U yean cxperlence 3 Bdr.. A-C NW location $140. E. REFRIGERATOR used 1 yr. son. o Lake Marine Bot R It H. St.ti W- radio, heater, air
_Firs m air! conditioning and Applitnce O 2 Bdr.. NW location. F_ $100. A trW [
BUY BUILD REFINANCE on all makes. Cost new $1800 telling for s highway 441. P. 0 B tires good condi$1495 1
repairs. We sell euaran- CanCan 3 Bdr. SE location semi-turn* 12 Cu ft.. freezer. Wo. Lake. Fla. I and cl w tioning. reclining seats
tae washers 'refrigerators etc T. V. SERVICE $75.00.I Iu I 970 2-S

-- FRI6-0247. (23 NW 13 St. Byrd PIFR 92511 PROMPT DEPENDABLE Bdr. SE location efficiency, funv. 3.7 BOAT good tor fishing or sii.I 163 Grad Prix Air, l with Folcon 2-Door>
Open to 6-dosed Wed. at 1 P.M. apt. $55.00. MOVING SALE Maple d bed Steering mal I 1. extras. Warranty l mil 1961 FORD : $895

:ZAppraisol Senric FHA and conventional at lowest KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE 4 Bdr.. SW location. unfurn $115 $30 white dW. dresser W ,excellent c Stt m age. S34S& Will trade. 3-5 heater . .
:: $25; gold toaster
to choose from. 111 alter 6
current "ratn. Terms to 2S"years Many more p.t@d sell. 412 p.
Ptt. 372-3177
: - win gladly discuss at noobligation. GW. NW tom FORDYCEAssociates other items. N 1OA1 Falcon' Wagon, AutomatictransmIssion
2StA Ter. or call FORD .
Call 37..2
Tires Alignment PJM. ONLY. 73 Musical Me4 GAINESVILLEAUTO I/O I ,
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor I Inc $1 095

FRED .. ARNOLD" 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 Brake Service ROM .i conditioner 7,500. BTU. SALES Radio, heater . . . 0
:; Rff.L ESTATE APPRAISAL REALTOR VACATION SPECIAL 926 W. Univ. 376-12M S u C FR after America's No. 1 piano and 1007 H. Main 4 Door, cutomotictransmission.
121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. '372-3322 FHA AND CONVENTIONAL ON famous nationally known Mohawk CLEAN. Slvtng room |lust returnbhed S.ll organs atsat Earls Piano c PheiM Ft %- 1959 radio.
LOANS tires . Save wo to newly painted. 1 BR apt G.ile evctusfve
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723S22GLADYS SOV on new tires. See our new at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 permea. ,66 Misc .For Sale. zer D. 702 W. University NorthccntroJ Fleriddls heater, power steering, power brakes, Ar

wrap around retread that gives ImmedL eccvMncy. Phone Av*. 32
Auto Equipment Smith Realtor. FHA more mileage & traction.' Lat 4-2472. Weseman Realty. T-V antennas.. $3 single stack $7 LOAD factory Largest 1 owner, Mus.see
TRUCK very
Dealer $895
and rates. conventional Terms to 55 loans.years. Low 122 mer Tire Co. 623 N. Ma'n St. 1 BR furnished duplex. "60 NW double Jim Voytes.stack.419$13.08 complete k.. rebuilt p f CUARAMTEED. Independent t appreciate. . . .' . .

W. Unlv. Ave. 372-S393. 24tti Ave. $44 per --. Phone17a1i7 N I LI MUSIC
HY AuLic JACKS"rtbuUt .I Tree Serric REMINGTON good STORE, T12 FI St. Ph.
exchanged Repair kits oiJWaker l r .F. H. A. It Conv. Loans I ---- condition. SI e. ter. FR 6-5931. Rated SPECIAL
Jacks. Factory ax/moru. FORDYCE .. ASSOCIATES, INC #-1 TREE SERVICE 3726738.COWLING'S. Cl a JO Value -
aikW Hydraulic JaclAgent .REALTORS Pruning\ demossoig bracing & cabteing. 46 Uafarnishai Aprs. P. CONN trombone 1.b.ec
Sersice HULL BRAKE tY W. UwtM. 376-1236_ .. tree removal. Cavity UPHOLSTERY condition. $ 26 Used Cars 1959
,UU S work & tree feeding. Lawn servIce ; Chairs No money Sedan
.5Eav.ce.-SUPPL NEW 'I BR duplex apt. kocnenquipped. l s PIANOS CHEROLE
: end maintenance. Licensed down as $ AD ORG
''MFA.1' "- PAINTING $40 per month enrslease. a p m B&G MOTOR CO.
__ Several Delivery
& Insured. Free estimates. T r Free estimate .
376-8372 days a
,decorating and painting. Hoover, Pk work organs ased b* teaching $795
.. Exterior Thames. 376-2)40. Jack livery w :
juGl 376-7327 ewNngs. s A I' Cadflai OMamobil. nice i . . .
-Free estimates. Phone 372515.Pumbin. ...3a2.. Gahwsellie. Fla teed. 37.7 .ti Wilt sell I sa . .. .
S rooms 8> bam downtown area.retrtg. ,dl GrfcUry C 2001 NW 13rk ;
.. iiia. ,Gt.AUIs our only bus Winch 'TruckWiNCH 8. stowe. Adults 'no pets" MOVING WESt Norg Auto wash G.ivl Shopping Canter Fi S. Many Other Used Cars to Choose From
: 18 $145; -
FR 24621 el I
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issimadiataInstillation turn. $60 per mo.
ese%' water 2S
-ffeo-t>lckupDelivery. or 372-1633. I s" older UPRIGHT hi tune.
suite excel
a.fy & value to your 'cat $108.
apartment Iron-
MAULDIM'S AUTO GLASS CC.. NEW 1"Med fixture complete ft. and 32 ft. booms few 2 bedroom duplex maple sit ; U
'"BIG- JIM for S7S.08 per montn. Call John rite Ironer, TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS Motors MOTOR
"32* N.W. 6th St. FR .U5L pfuntnqarylca Welding and metal shop 1 C r
HUGULEY Gainesville Plumbing 4611 NW 6th Street Merrill Realtor. upholstered. Buy n for This faK. M to 1611

FR 1-1SW Phone372eesaWINDOW_ BR apartment. large living room,, sewing machine. $25; breakfast Instant HAWTHORNEROAD CO.
I $65
r kitchen equipped nice quiet tocatian. suite t.b 'dl Gainesville Music Center
UphoktMVUPHOLSTER CLEANING N* children or pets. $25 table. 3725421.103320 W. Univ. Ave. 372-5215

::-'::.VVERTISEjN; THEDIRECTORY your tumrtvre 51 1 WINDOW Cleaned. floors clears i Phone FR 24857.FOR. end bas table, chest lamps,of rocking da chair 2, GIBSON Lee Paul electric guitar CARS Home o A1 Used Can I 1132 S. MAIN ST.FR 2-8433

.JaRVICI .prien. Can Salty, and waxed. Douses wasted II I RENT.ttrtfwmished 1 BR duplex. m" II yard t 0 and amplifier carrying case ptuoU I TUCK JUP
Avail. Phone 376-1433 cord and shoulder strap. Call Open
Experience* fa.,.... 424 yrs. experience. Free estImates, now. vii Ito C S .
N.w. lira jcr. Phone f R 2- '5S. between 400 and ?;00 pin.i. .of PI H' FR 2-140. I


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I. Sea, Cows (Manatees) Like- -- Weeds- ; They May ,Save Lot of MoneyMIAMI These ALLSTATE Agents Con Help ,.-.. '

>. THE (AP). Scientists know The district has given Florida Beach, vice chairman of the dis- are blue-plate specials to sea YOU Save:,Money'On. Insurance!

. very little about sea cows, except Atlantic University $34,000 to ,trict governing board.It cows. i .

, HARRIS -ir-: ) that they eat lots of weeds. find this out. As a start, five costs he pointed,out, $140- The cows were obtained from I, t.. Top- .For.-Quality

SURVEY But that alone is enough rec- sea cows have been placed in a 000 a year to control weeds in the Miami Seaquarium at- a cost Protection

r... ommendation for officials of the fenced-off canal near Fort Lau- the canals, and as more canalsare of $2,500. I I Att
l Central and South Florida Flood derdale where weed growth is built this figure could soar A sideline of the study may Low Cost
Contrpl District., be finding a way to preserve
If sea'cows (Manatees) fancythe typical. to $500,000. manatees which are threatened i' : FR 2-8461
You Worse Off weeds that grow in Florida "The idea of using manateesto Greatest weed offenders are with extinction. Florida law provides : I ChartM Whitney J.im tiny* >* ** .H"dro

: canals, and eat them eagerly, eat weeds in our canals may water hyacinth, water lettuce, a. stiff fine for anybody "Your In Good, Hands, With .ALLSTATE' __
. they could save a lot of money not be as crazy as it sounds," coontail, elodea and alligator who molests the air-breathing I FOUNDED BY SEARS -HOME.OFFICE-SKOKIIV ILtrH
in weed control. sajd Jack 'Homer of Palm weed. It is not known if these mammals.
Than Others?

(Second of Two)
Despite the large roster of emotional problems to which
people frankly confess these days-as reported last week-
most Americans do not feel they are worse off than the
rest of the population. In fact, there are clear signs of a
rugged individualism still running through the American .2ndTire

character breaks. : a sense that people in the end make their own V Sensational Offer

When all is said and done, Americans seem to be a cur-
ious mixture of anxiety and aspiration. For example, when
asked what problems of concern they would most like to see on Famous
settled the top five to emerge were: find 'a way to peacein
the world good health for the family, make sure childrenare
provided for, civil rights for minorities and finding a way
to get out of personal debt.
At the same time people were asked the following ques
"Compared with most other people you know about, do you

feel you have worse problems; not as bad problems or aboutas SAFETY CHAMPION
tough problems as other people?"

These results emerged: .
Total Public

Own problems worse 2 Per cent NYLON TIRESi5fc'

Problems not as bad 55
About as tough 39 '
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Not sure 4 :

Clearly, most people feel that their neighbors are hav- Buy first tire at price listed Mbelow1'
ing more trouble than they. Only a small minority feel sorry

for themselves, that somehow fate has played them a trick get the second, tire fpjr
and put them in a position worse than others.

What is more, a sizable majority believe that peopleare one-half, that price!
not born lucky.. Here is how they responded, when asked \

the following question: ,
"Do you think most people make their own troubles, and :
their own breaks, or do you think some. people are born
lucky and others are born unlucky?"
Total Public
Per cent

Most people make own breaks 69
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Some people born lucky .....13 BLACKYALLSTubeless WHiTCWALLS
Not sure 19

The list of private emotional problems including drinking Tube-type Tubeless 'Ta i
troubles children mental illness _
disrespectful 1 'y#
and others, is not all-absorbing to' the American people, V \ 1st lire' 2ntfUre-' Isltirt 2nd lira* 1st tin* 2adtirs+ Ifttin 2
and individual dedication to ,
however. American concern larger -
national and international issues continues to run strong. 6.00-13 $18.90 59.45 $22.40 $1120 -' -
How to find peace in the world and racial justice at home
are high on the list of things most people deeply hopeto '
up \ w' 6.50-13 20.00 10.00 23.50 11.75 -)
see achieved.
A carefully drawn cross-section of the American peoplewas
asked: 7.50-14 22.65 11.32 2505 13.07 U i.

"If you had jour choice, and if it could happen, which t, I
concern of yours today would you most like to see settled?" 1V \ 8.0014 25.95 12.97 -, 29.45 14.72 ...
Total Public
Percent 1)I ( 8.50-14 28.45 14.22 r ... 3L95 15.97 ... r ..'

Find Good Make world health sure children peace for family provided for _11 17 11 1 i t \\\\\\\\ \\\\\\ .,t1ti ? I 1 6.70-15 22.65 11.32 $19.05, $ 9.52- 26.15 13.07! 22.55 8L27 .

Civil rights for all .10 I Illllh11 ..tnll ( 7.10-15 25.95 '.12.97 24.20 12.10 29.45 14.72 27.70
Eliminate my debts 7

Want to be rich 7 \I 7.60-15 28.45 14.22 26.40 13.20 3L95 1537 29.90 I
Steady job 5 Hill

Financial security 5 8.00-15 31.70 15.85 '35.20 17.60 3160
New home 5 ; ///fJq/qj/ 'fntlQ 4 (
Education for children 3
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8.20-15 35.30 37.65 -
Retirement needs 3 % 'Ill,,
Medical care for aged 2 ; '
Juvenile delinquency 2, All tires PLUS TAX NO TRADE-IN NEEDED!
Keep living costs in line 2' "l : 'liL

Better spititual life ,2' .

Live well 1.. 't
Home repairs 1 N' :. Ifs
Solve 1 -,
unemployment ''
Taxes cut 1 I

Psychological problems solved ....-.1
Not sure 3

It is perfectly apparent that the fabric of American pub-
lic opinion is a mixture of identification with the larger Safety Champion Nylon
world outside one's private experience with the crowdinginof f/ / I
a volatile set of personal worries. Taken together they ? V/I A favorite replacement tire..buijtj
form the substance of our national life. Some obviously are
susceptible to national action, while others are a matter of for Extra Safety and Extra MileajiejjSUPRTUF

individual adjustment. The sum total represents an essentially
rubber. a new extra tgqgh rubber.fpr extra''jg'
optimistic, self reliant body of citizens who are never-
theless beset by acutelY, felt, problems of a' personal na Super-weld construction interlocks the tread and cord body tdrSs
ture. extra safety. ;_JJ '" f;

Super-strength nylon cord body f>r yidas extra protection 'against
Georgia ,AfterCourt Red Camps Are impact damage: = a

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Georgia Legislature has ap MOSCOW have(AP-Soviet become country laboi ".,..,... NO LIMIT GUARANTEE NO MONEY SHOP
proved a resolution urging the
state's U.S. senators to seek to clubs, where drunkards, prosti is honored by thousands and thousands of DOWN }
take from federal courts the tutes and other "parasites" en Firestone dealers and stores in the United States NE, E D E D TILL I
joy sunbathing good food am
apportionment: cases. and Canada..wherever you travel
vodka, the government papeJIzvestia Just "Chang* If
After heated debate the Sen- FUll LIFETIME GUARANTEE NO UMIT( ON MILES OR MONTHS All Tires Mounted )
ate approved the resolution bya complains.The .gainst defect* In workmanship and ...nplacementsareprgrUedontru4 Buy on Budget Terms Open 7 a.m7 p.m.
materials and road hazard Injuries Vrtarand based on
detention FnstoneptceCWl>
social misfits sent to
33-13 vote Monday.The (except repayable punctures)for the rent at fan*U adjustment (except Saturday till 6)
House had approved the centers for rehabilita lift cf tn*original tread. .Take Months to Payl 1 FREE

resolution shortly after the recent -tion "are just warming them ItIW-i: sl.at ; 1
Supreme Court decision on selves in the sun and they an -
fed. They should be made tc< .i
reapportionment of both legisla-. work from dawn to dusk anc Price as s own a ;Tres one Stores; competitively?pricec a Tres one ea ers an a a service s a ions isP aYsng a Firestone sigr
tive bodies population.
Senate tabled it the first time they should be punished more,'


Pursuer to Section US.W. Florida Pursuant to Section I6S.W Florida .
notice is hereby given that tat that The
Statutes. Statutes notice Is hereby given !
undersigned. M. J. Dougherty and Lester undersigned. Robert E. Sullivan. doing Let.ourex p artmechanlicslna p ects your :, for -7t .3 Band ,Radio
G. Damon. doing business under the business under the firm name of The
firm Co.Nme'of. ail S.Gainesville Main Street Welding Gaines-Supply Cue Gainesville.Stick Billiards.Alachua 90S County.N. Main Florida Street, car and make sure It Is vacation-safe! ;;; r;;, .3 only Elejant Wack Jeatheretr.:j'1/1.
ville. Alachua County. Florida. Intends Intends to register said fictitious name ; .,,+ n ,r f' Coven standard AM international
to register said fictitious name under the under the provisions of the aforesaid V, Check bralin system y Inspect tires and remove ,' 4;' t ,,' ,,. and marine: band..Has
provisions o( the aforesaid Statute. Statue. for cafe sure stops atones an other objects ., _,J wave
Dated at Gainesville. Florida this f Dated at Gainesville. Florida this ttti section whip antenna. I
11 telescopic:
day of June. A.D.. "". day of June. A.D., 1'''. y Check cooling system for .J Check battery and cables. 3" ,
MJ. DOUGHERTY. ROBERT E. SULLIVAN leak*and proper thermostat: fan belt and generator Include ,magnetic ,earphone and
(3413) ':10 17. 24;7:1 (3412) ':111. 17.24; 7:1RESTAURANT compression 13 "
VCleck headlights,brake Ifcbii JCbeck'wbefbloTparking .T-.Iactlr' _batu .
ft backup lights proper balance 3
*Tro-Teaiomnn<5ncAdditional $24.95Sturdy
V Check muffler tailpipe ,-.Inspect windshield per
FEATURE and head pipes waaner and wiper blades .bate 1.00 each customer _


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