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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 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I By NORM LaCOE JEAN CARVER
1 Sun Staff Writer NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc Sun Staff Writer

Plans for a $450,000 city rec- ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY Vol. 88, No. 304 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 19644Story Traditionally(One of,a University series) of
reation program with some HOMI DELIVERED 4Se '
thing for every part of the city Florida students in various study -
areas, including political science
't were unveiled at the first business -
|] meeting of the newly- architecture and business
administration, are assigned to
Recreation, Board yesterday. Plan Junked study Gainesville's downtown.
Building
And traditionally, their reports -
The ambitious program is be-
are generally gloomily
I ing financed mostly throughthe emphatic about the shabby appearance -
recent bond issue.
of the central business
Five parks and two recrea- district but express some hope
tion centers are planned.One UF Decides for future improvements.

park site already has MANNING] WANTSPRINCIPAL'S Last April, about 20 students
Fear
been acquired, E. W. Brocken- Mounts On in Dr. Clayton C. Curtis urban
I brough, assistant to the city 3StoryStructure land utilization class junior

manager, told the board. POST and seniors at the UF devot-

This is the former Veterans ed their final project study to

Administration tract, a 277- For RightersPHILADELPHIA School Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. announced this morninghe downtown Gainesville.
northward Most students agreed that
k acre property stretching would ask the Board of Public Instruction today to return By JIM McGUIRKSun
f from East University him to a position similar to the position he left to be- Staff Writer downtown should be redevelopedinto
f Avenue, just outside the east a central shopping center
come superintendent.
Miss. (AP) After looking at the bids ye with a different atmosphere
limits.
city 200 Marines Manning was principal of Stephen Foster School before he
terday, University of Florida of suburban
Brockenbrough said the prop- -Federal and state officers renewed was elected superintendent.Since rom the competing

erty was acquired from the their intensive search at Sent to Search he did not run for reelection, his term of office ficials junked-at least tem hopping centers.
federal government for negoti- daybreak today for three miss- ends in January. porarily-their plans for a con- "The people of Gainesville

ation for about $80,000, half the ing civil rights workers and WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- Manning issued a statement this morning revealing his troversial four story general must decide" if they want a
in classroom building and decidedon downtown, students Ed Ku-
planned dragging
appraised value. operations dent Johnson ordered 200 Ma- plans to ask the school board at this afternoon's special
a three story structure. feldt and Helie wrote in
several bodies of water in this King
He said the city is now try- rines to join the search today session to "make provisions for my: continuing employment
east-central Neil D. Webb architect their proposal for a downtown
Ing to buy a site for a park inGainesville's Mississippi area. for three civil rights workers in the county In a position equivalent to the position I left as-
\' west side. In addition As fear mounted that the missing in Mississippi.The upon taking office." signed to the University announced shopping center. "Regardless of
Tassinari Construction their opinions on the economic
) }) small park sites are be- three workers would not be Marines were bing moved He included an opinion from Attorney General James
ing sought in the north, south found alive, a highway patrol into the search area near Phila- Kynes upholding such school board action based on Florida Co. of Gainesville was the apparent feasibility of redevelopment,
low bidder both their political ideology regarding -
on -$1-
and southeast.I spokesman said searchers Statute 231.36.
delphia, Miss., from Meridian,
\ 222,000 for the four build- federal urban renewal aid,
earmarked story
I About $250,000 was would check all buildings, out where they had been based.
I for land acquisition in the buildings and recent excavations ing and $1,068,000 for the three and their feeling on land acquisition -
:, I, bond issue. stories. by condemnation, some
centers, The had asked for thing must be done to downtown
recreation University
( The two "There Is still no indication, 4 Men With Prison bids Gainesville that will bring back:
to cost a total of $200,000, probably definite leads for Charged EscapeTo on both alternatives following -
no
I will be built in the east us to goon a refusal by the state (See CITY, page 2))
I and west side parks, Brocken- said Art Richardson, pub- cabinet to approve the cost of
brough said. lic information officer for the Plead in Court Here TomorrowFour the four story building.
j The board was told that Mississippi Highway Patrol. The structure was first author- UF AllowedTo

seven stage development is Grady Gilmore, public rela- ized by the State Legislature in

!rd I planned for the 277-acre east tions director for the patrol, men charged with escaping Together, the four are charged The quartet also is chargedwith 1957, but it was not until 1963 Power
side park. This can take place said earlier: "It is hard to be- at gunpoint from the with larceny of an auto be- assaulting a deadly] wea- that funds were appropriated.The Up

I over 20 years, if the city wantsto lieve that three people could state road prison near Gaines- longing to A. E. Ezzell. Ezzell pon (a pistol), against the appropriation by the leg-
take that long. just be swallowed up without ville three weeks ago will be was a prison camp guard. He, camp officers. islature was $1,250,000, of which Of ReactorThe
Initially, an entrance into the somebody hearing or seeing brought into circuit court tomorrow Warden W. J. Whiddon and Duff faces additional chargesof $1,130,000 was to be used for

grounds will be opened from them." to plead their guilt or Sgt. H. H. Hinson were over escape, possession of a weapon the actual construction costs.
of Florida
East University Avenue just The trio was last seen Sunday innocence. powered in the breakout. by a state prisoner (a pistol The appropriation was basedon University revealed -

east of the present Fish and night. Eighteen other persons, most Ezzell's car was taken at that ), and breaking and enter preliminary sketches for a today the it Atomic has been authorized -

Wildlife Services building at Allen Dulles, sent to Missis- charged with felonies, also are time. (See COURT, Page 2)) four story building drawn up Commission by to increase Energy the

3700 E. University Ave. sippi to gather information for docketed to enter their pleas by University architect Arnold of its nuclear reactor to
power
Picnic tables cooking facili- the White House on the missing before Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. UNLESS APPEALEDSupreme Butt. ten times its present level.
fami- After the
other
and appropriation was
ties, restrooms workers conferred
at Jackson The four men are, accused of The reactor first put into
facilities will be made, the sketches
were as-
recreation with
ly Gov. Paul B. Johnson.The .
making a spectacular breakoutin operation in 1959 is presently
signed to architectural
a
the private -
placed Later in development park. will in- civil rights workers Michael which they seized guns, held Court Sets July 17 firm in Jacksonville, Hard- operating at a level of 10 kilo-
Schwerner 24 and prison at and
guards gunpoint
Andy watts. AEC has authorized an
clude additional picnic area, wick and Lee, who drew up the
Goodman, 20, both of New York led pursuers a threecountychase increase to 100 kilowatts.It .
for In actual working plans in confer
fields time, and a par-three courts golf games.course and James Chaney, 22, a Negro before being recaptured.Two For State Reapportionment ence with Butt, who representedthe is the only nuclear reactor

(See RECREATION, page 2)) from Meridian-were last seen of those involved in the university's interest. in the state of Florida.

Sunday night when Chaney paida escape-Donald P. Barnes, 24, MIAMI (AP-The) U. S. Supreme Swann, who fought the Floridacase Plans for the completely- University nuclear engineer.
$20 fine for speeding. and Norman Dale Payne 21- Court advised a Miami to the Supreme Court, said ished building drew a low bid ing experts expect to raise the

Police Find They were in the Philadelphia are accused of trying another federal court today that the or- that when the case is remanded, of $1,392,945, considerably above power level to 100 kilowatts
area in central Mississippi to escape Tuesday night from the der to reapportion the Florida he will ask the federal court to the $1,130,000 maximum appro- sometime in July. At the pre-
check into the burning of a Ne- Alachua County Jail. Sheriff sent time minor modificationsare
Legislature will become effec- order the Legislature to com- priated by the Legislature.Each .
Missing GirlUlllurn1ed gro church used for civil rights! Joe Crevasse said the pair tive July 17 unless a petition for bid must be approvedby being made to the reac-

rallies. overpowered a jailer, but were rehearing is filed before that ply.If the Legislature does not do the Board of Control, which tor's cooling system and shield-

The Highway Patrol said chased back into their cells or date.If so, he said he will ask the courtto oversees the operation of all the ing to prepare for the increase.

more than 200 persons were subdued by trustees. no petition is filed, the case reapportion the state. state's universities.The The increase in power will

questioned during a house-to- Leslie P. Duff Jr., 33, and then will be remanded to the In Tallahassee, both Gov. Board, after some hesita- provide a higher neutron flux
BELOIT, Wis. (AP) A 3-' house probe Wednesday that Richard Desrosiers, 24, are the federal court with instructions to Farris Bryant and Atty. Gen. tion, approved the overspending. for experimental programs, increasing

months-old girl abducted ,from was halted by rain and dark- other pair allegedly involved in enforce compliance. James Kynes declined commenton materially the speed

a, Beloit home Monday night ness. the prison camp escape. Attorney Richard H. M. this latest move. The extra funds were actually with which radioisotopes can
was recovered unharmed early! available because monies could be produced in the reactor.

today by police officers who be diverted from a $75 million
>LBJ WANTS TO 'TURN WAR
i found the baby in a car with a AROUND''Beef
special school building bond issue Caroline Has
young woman and two men. recently approved by Flori-

Police'chief Chief Howard G. I da voters. Broken Wrist

Bjorklund said Kimberly Jo But the state cabinet, sittingas
\Vulf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Up' Saigon Mission the Board of Commissionersof HYANNIS PORT, Mass. (AP)

Shirly H. Wulf apparently was I State Institutions decided a -Caroline Kennedy has a
taken from the Wulf home by bad precedent was being set and broken wrist.
the sister of a baby-sitter who II II overruled the Board of Control.So The 6-year-old daughter of the
had been left in charge of the WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- showing results and that the ill ing to a principle that had "big name" director of U.S. the University went bark late president broke a small
4 Wulf children in the absence of dent Johnson has passed the effects in disorder and damaged previously been adopted that economic assistance also will be and asked for bids on both bone in her left wrist in a fall

the parents. word to aides that along with morale of the political upheavals there should be no gap between sent to, Saigon on top of a row buildings, attempting to save from Macaroni, her pony, sev-
Margaret Ruth Converse. 19, the assignment of his new top of last fall and winter are Lodge and his successor Johnson tine change of personnel which the four-story building by ask- eral weeks ago.

of Beloit was named in a federal command team to ,South VietNam beginning to be overcome. announced an unprecedented was already scheduled. ing for special economies, suchas The injury was not discovereduntil

kidnaping warrant She was he wants the whole U.S. President Johnson combination of talents and no elevator, and leaving only her mother Mrs. John F.
it is
under-
,
held pending arraignment before mission in Saigon beefed up as stood, had expected that Lodge experience would be sent into Joseph L, Brent, director of the shell finished on the second Kennedy, noticed a swelling on
much Jie aid mission is
a U.s. commissioner at ,, as possible. the kingpin of the U.S. the U.S. Embassy at Saigon- being replaced and fourth stories. Tuesday. She took Caroline to
In taking a new look at the organ- by Stuart H. Van Dyke
with Gen. Maxwell D. ,
Taylor the for
Madison. ization Even with the economies the hospital X-rays.
and effort in South VietNam
Southeast Asian crisis becauseof formerly a director in
Turkey.
leaving the ; of the
said Miss Con- chairmanship lowest bid was the $1,222,000
Authorities would remain on the
the resignation of Ambassador job Both men are lcng experiencedin
Joint Chiefs of Staff become
,
for the four stories.
she the
told them was until August. But decid-
verse Lodge
Cabot Johnsonis foreign aid
Henry Lodge,
operations
over-
ambassador,and Deputy Under- So the officials huddled and
of two children herself ed for what he has
mother called
said'to have determined that pure seas and both rank high in their WHERETO
of State U. Alexis
secretary
of them in decided to, recommend the $1-
but had lost custody _ly personal reasons that he had
the time has come for the Unit- Johnson to become agency, according to officials
but refused to to leave almost at deputy ambassador 068,000) three story structure,
Michigan, provide ed States to make a major effort once. He said here. FIND IT
details. he wanted to help PennsylvaniaGov. adding back a $24,700 elevator
as some officials it
phrase But what the Johnson admin- which had been cut from the
.
William W. Scranton in his
Bjorklund said Margaret ap- "to turn the war around. Already on the scene was Lt.
istration Comics . . .16
is said bid. S '
now to be seek- three base
effort to win the GOP story
the Wulf home presi- Gen. William C.
parently went to Some top authorities believe Westmoreland,
Classified . 18-21
ing is kind of needs .
a staff of The acutely
and took the baby while her sister the.firm leadership of South VI- dential nomination. Johnson an- who a few days earlier had super University Entertainment 18
high talent'with stories Webb said. Only
powered the four
was absent. The chief said etnamese president, Maj. Gen._ nounced Tuesday the acceptance taken over as chief of U.S. military brains and classroom o Opinion PageObituaries .. 6
Lillian told of looking for her Nguyen Khanh is beginning to of the resignationwhich forces from Gen. Paul D. bination reputation in com- one large new . 2
to has been built the
sister and the baby all day show results, that improvedUS. Lodge submitted last Fri Harkins. results produce outstanding building on Sports . 11-15
and ttie maximum camPus since World War II, he
Tuesday and finally notified techniques in training day.At Well-Informed officials now impi nt in the situa possible pointed out. .. Women's . 8, 9

police about 6 p.m. South Vietnamese forces is also the same time, and accord say that a new and probably tion. (See UF, page 2))

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2 Gainesville Sun Thur! ay. J-::c "r.! I-


More About :, Weather RoundupZONE Road Board Adopts Lowered Budget !I


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Court TALLAHASSEE (AP) The board said, $63.1 million worthof road construction totaled $113.- of the construction will take J

'+ea a u I, eruW.i. B e 1 State Road Board adopted its construction would be begun 594,000, with $34.6 million worthof place in the 4th District, com-

From Page 1 1964-65 budget today, setting after July 1. Work under way work under way and $78.9 prising Broward, Collier, Indian

.r.aoaa a,,, ew..we. i aside $491,756,000 for highway for the system totaled $22.6 mil- million proposed. River, Martin, Monroe, Okee- I
'I
ing a state building with the grand larceny. ti. C 'w+wra..a construction.The Lion.Funds Only roads listed in the budget chobee Palm Beach and St }

intent to commit grand lar- Henry Nelson, 32, chargedwith a ; construction figure was I approved for primary will be built in 196465. Most Lucie Counties.

ceny. breaking and entering and A Partly cloudy and warm today i ..urea1L $8.8? million less than last year's ";,
tonight and Friday with widely scat
.
Barnes, Payne and Des- grand larceny. tered thundershowers mainly In the aft a appropriation of $500,580,000.The .
ernoons. High today U to ,.. Low tonight ,. Board also approved a
.
auw e .
rosiers each face individual I H. T. Davis, 48, charged with 70 to 74. Variable winds 5 to

charges sion of of escape and posses-state passing Eddie a James worthless Dixon check.accusedof 15 BCD miles per E hour.F Considerable maintenance 000, or nearly budget$1.8 million of $20,252-more
a weapon by a
prisoner. breaking and entering the cloudiness through Friday than last year. j

I arraigned Other persons are: who are being Neighborhood nights of May Service 21 and Stationthe May with and scattered early evening mostly show afternoon r = board In the designated construction$133,950,000 budget the for REPEAT AS ELL OUT

today around 90. financed bond issues,
ers. High projects by
Cleo
Cohns, 39, charged 22. e J
with breaking and entering and Alphonso James, 42, charged Low tonight near 70. Variable :approximately $5 million less Cook, freeze & serve. all In one dish with
with possession of a still and southerly winds 5 to 15 miles ,than last year's amount. I
hour becoming gusty near Bond construction projects tinder -
and still apparatus designedfor per Ia.rn
Crash Kills the manufacture of moon- showers.G way totaled $25.3 million. CORNING I 7!G WARE* YemtqM6eWutsSet

shine whiskey. J Considerable cloudiness with Work proposed after July 1 to-
;
scattered showers through Friday. High
Seven Soldiers Floyd H. Lowry, 60, chargedwith today In the middle 80s. Low tonightIn ,taled $108.5 million.
the 70s. Southeasterly winds 8 to 15 For interstate roads primarily -
grand larceny. miles per hour, becoming gusty near another great value from ZALE'S !
24 William Ralph Nabors, 33, showers.H GAINESVILLE WEATHER financed by the federal gov- I
Injures I Considerable cloudiness with :
charged with grand larceny. scattered mostly afternoon and early Municipal Airport readingsfor ernment, the board allocated
evening showers. High today 86 to 92. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: $158,457,000, approximately $2 I
RIDGEWAY, S.C. (AP- Warren Pittman 32, charged Low tonight around 70. Variable winds ALL ct4i41O5
I with breaking and entering. 5 to 15 miles per hour becoming gus High 93 at 2 p.m., low 69 at million less than the 1963-64
Seven soldiers from Ft. Ben- ty near showers. I
Walter L. Ketterman 35, 6 a.m. No r; -fall. 1 total. 10 PIECES IL1'
ning Ga., were killed and 24 K Scattered showers through Fri

injured when an Army trans- charged with breaking and 80.day.Southeasterly High tcday 88.winds Low I tonight to 15 around miles today .ALMANACSunlet ..u........... 7.W p.m. I The board said $53.4 million JUST COMPLETE::
.......... worth of interstate high-
5:31
entering. per hour becoming gusty near show- Sunrise tomorrow a.m.
port plane crashed on takeoff ers. The Moon rises ............ 8.30 p m. work was under and
Dennis Wayne Powell, 23, and rides low. way way O
from a temporary airstrip TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Last tonight Quarter ._.............. July 2 $105 million was to begin after
with break- down $t
northeast of Ridgeway about charged attempted High Low Preclp. The next total eclipse of the Moon on no money weekly
I midnight Wednesday.Maj. ing and entering. Jacksonville 96 72 December It. will be visible in its entirety July.1.The .
Miami II 77 .01 throughout all of North and South secondary road systemwas
Thomas Wayne Powell, 20, Tampa 93 75 America.
Paul Timm of the Ft. with break- Atlanta 87 72 .01 CEDAR KEY TIDES budgeted at a total of $85755,000. ,-
charged
Jackson Public Information Office attempted New Orleans 88 73 .03 Friday High at 3:12 a.m. and 1:"3 '
Of this the
ing and entering.Joe Boston 83 66 .09 p.m. Low at 8:06 a.m. and 9:06 p.m. amount
said five occupants of the New York 83 64 MARINE FORECAST
I Rim Jr., 18, charged with Washington 91 67 .34 EAST GULF: Variable 5 to 15 mile
I plane were killed. The other 15 assault with intent to and Chicago 85 62 winds through Friday higher gusts
rape About
Kansas City 82 63 near scattered showers especially near More
occupants were injured.
with handling and fondling a Denver 19 53 shore In afternoons.
Timm said two other soldierson l
child under the of 14
the ground in the vicinity of age years. UF
Geronimo Scott, 24, chargedwith '
the crash site were also killed. More About
and
breaking entering.
Nine soldiers on the groundwere
Robert E. Sharpe, 44, charged -
From 1
injured.The Page
with handling and fondlinga Recreation .
cause of the crash was n
child under the age of 14
not immediately known. Plans for the proposed build-

Names of the casualties were years. From Pane 1 ing will have classrooms on
Charles Ray Thacker Jr., 23,
withheld pending notification of the first two floors and faculty
charged with escape from the I I
kin.The state road prison April 8. will be built. A camp site for the; property. offices and seminar rooms on 1

injured survivors were John J. Wilcox, 24, chargedwith overnight family and youth "The main idea of the whole the third floor. / Here's the last-word in cooking and serving convenience i

removed by helicopter and tak from the state road club trips is planned in an area thing is to create a place wherea The entire fourth floor of the dishes that'll freeze cook & serve and practically ,
en to the U.S. Army Hospital at escape 100 by 275-foot building wouldbe ) wash themselves!
prison April 8. of the tract which will be northof family with kids can go out t

Ft. Jackson. I Alonzo Lee Gibson 17, the proposed 8th Avenue ex to: spend the afternoon rather devoted to badly needed of-

The crashed plane was at- charged with breaking and tension.A than a place where a group of fices for University College pro- _,L15 Set incli'dP 1 qt. saucepan with cover i
tached to the 10th Air Trans-; small with domestic football fessors, Webb said. 9- \ / with J
entering. zoo, boys can go out to play qt. saucepan cover
I
port Brigade of the 11th Air Everett Louie Spicer, charged types of animals as suggestedby ," he said.Brockenbrough. The university may still get 1 qt. saucemaker ,

Assault Division, Ft. Benning. I with withholding support.Obituaries the federal government, is noted that its fourth floor on another appropriation 9 In. skillet with cover

planned.A there probably will be ample however. e detachable handle
'
Poor Excuse lake eventually will be playground space on the ad. Webb said the specificationswere e 2 petite pans

created in the southeast sectionof acent property of the Duval drawn up so the University Use It for
MISSOULA Mont. (AP) In the property.One school, and elsewhere in the can still as late as May, .e Oven Range-top broiler cooking
1889 the Boulde (Mont.) Age JOHN LINTON board member asked 1965 have the construction
e &
freezing
reported the arrest in Elkhornof PERRY John P. Linton, why more facilities for gamesare city.More company add on the fourth j measuring,storing mixing, heating

a man described as "troubled Perry businessman and brother not planned.Brockenbrough. About floor.
with some ocular disease that I of Mrs. Evelyn Delotte Mock of said that in He conceded that doing it now

prevents him from recognizingor ,Gainesville, died at his home negotiating with the General would be cheaper and faster.

distinguishing any difference. last Friday after suffering an Services Administration to acquire City

between brands on horses. Un- apparent heart attack. Funeral the tract, the city was Quick Press

dersheriff Gibbs made the ar services were held Sunday in guided by what federal officials From Page 1

rest. ought to be done withY ) LOUISVILLE
Perry. thought Ky. (AP) A
and make it the hub of activity ZALES WILL NOT 12 E. Univcrsity Avenue
again. 1 Tailor shop has this sign over BE UNDERSOLD ,
the front door: "Clothes Pressed
.
The students both architecture -
majors concentrated on While You Hide." .--..,." '_ ___ ':.-X::
--- -- -- -- -
.f
H the two blocks west of the

courthouse south of S.W. 1st

Y Avenue between Main Street

!I /vb NS t/; and shopping S.W.center.2nd Street for their ; LIQUORS FOR LESS


>r Shopping malls would replace
i f many of the downtown streets,
,
$ J 4 I ImportedMILLHOPPER
'
removing a shopper's concern At >

over traffic and a cluster of
HAIG
top-and-go traffic signals. '

Their project would require

; .... razing 14 buildings. Ten of the \
4. 5 STAR -
14 are listed in poor condition PACKAGE -

in the downtown study preparedby

the city planning depart- STORE j I SCOTCH

under Dennis Lehman.

aztatl sy3.bzr. a There are 32 land owners in V. N.W. 16th Boulevard at / t :
1 19
I I the proposed renewal area with
4)Y
seven corporations, three as the Millhopper Road / S
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'S :. c. z owners with other persons, two "
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as estates, two joint ownershipsand FREE f 5th

a p'd six individuals. Six own I/ DRIVE-IN / ..

ers control cent of approximately the land in the 40 WINDOW S j ,
per : s ; ) OLD STAG 1 139
proposed renewal area. _
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Condemnation is advised for

acquiring the land since so Vi PINTS

WHAT'S A Announcing theSPUDNUT many landowners are involved. I

Kufeldt and Helie stipulate iiji'-r'; 1 >

? GRBND OPENING that their proposal is "not large CHERRY KIJAFA """. Ii .-.. -y3Q 2CUBBY'S
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enough." ....,
Not too long ago two broth
ers.Bob and Al Pelton,de- of theSPUDNUT. "In developing a town center A Danish Wine
"
tided they wanted to make for Gainesville, they wrote,
a unique, different dough "due consideration must be given Ladies make this for your friends.i Use
nut. So they rented a little SHOP to population development as KIJAFA ever grapefruit and ice cream '
shop in Salt Lake City, well as to a progressive and fruit cups fruit drinks and many other I
Utah and started experi- drinks. KIJAFA transforms prosaic to ', 'IN / \
of Florida.
menting. owned and operated b y growing University an epicurean delight. ---a. I
This type of setting needs 'no i
Eureka Miles and Margaret
Atiermanyfailures,one day HotchkissSPUDNUTS little plans'." h
they tried a pinch of this a Although the downtown shopping 3.19 $
pinch of that. and just center proposal exploredby 3
the right amount of pure the land utilization class was r
mashed potatoes. Eureka! prepared by -professional Fifth i

They had, fluffiest finally hit tastiest it.Thelightest planners, the idea is also being

golden brown doughnut intensely studied by the city

they had everseett In honorof planning department.
the mashed potatoes in Because so much of the studyis KENTUCKYGENTLEMAN

the recipe Bob and Al A 1 still in theoretical stages,
I promptly named their creation Godschalk and his staff are reluctant -
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word for potato, J
"Spud." & COFFEE their thinking until the City Plan

National Success Board and City Commission = GORDON'SGIN :

As the fame of the superior \' From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. have looked into the proposalsfor 6Yr.Old Bourbon I
Spudnut spread the Spud- : downtown.But .
nut Company started training --1 B I *t SAlT a revitalized downtown
I other :people to make F ,.. .. featuring large unit blocks, r :
these delicious food prod ; 3.59 -.., Quarts
lined malls and
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Spudnut Shops throughout .. modernized stores is detailed on R EDON6IuM ,
the U.s.A., all producing more than one proposed sketch ucKr
I these same delicate, delightful for downtown redevelopment. or i I )
pastries. (Tomorrow: The Symptoms) I 415 \ :

Making Spudnuts fresh several 3 for $io50SURFSIDE \ \ \
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tasting doughnut creation lishing Company at 101 SE
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-caught.1 LEGAL NOTICE BRAND. < ,

t The University of Florida will receive .
fc'ds:! for the general class of commodities I I / i
IS indicated below. Interested bidder! II 1 +
may obtain forms specifications and.! J a. I
other Information Division. Room by contacting 106. Tigert the Hall.Purchasing AND AIR CONDITIONERS

o University of Florida Gainesville Flor.

44 ida-Meat and Staples bids open every
Tuesday 10:0061Hospital II -. GENERAL ELECTRIC
Supplies bids open every I _
d Monday 3:00 : I
-p-M Agricultural Bulletins YC
t 10:30 July 9. 1964. NO FROST ;
T. N. WcLLST. Ip l .
N. Wells 1 !'> .
Director of Purchasing Valuer the
(3446) 6:25; 7:2 I O"d 011 all to1'0lIfoocl,
In the Circuit Court of the Eighth Jwdic T- 12 Cu. Ft. 2DoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER IISUTt Are C :: ame lrs eo .,I
>:l Circuit of the State of Florida, in IISt1111 :'ltfal Ave j"diti, .:: b :r Sri fi"g'
and far Alachua County ia Chancery J. M. Ref
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT fw fi"cb0 io tb olds 'g"o bY
CORPORATION, T pd ''dr
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mss/ sea 'fo mode
an Indiana corporation authorized to do I ,.. t : lro/yrde o
business In the State of Florida, I : Re You
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Plaintiff kot
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FAMILY PRIDE HOMES, INC.No.
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Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT :
4 THE STATE OF fLORIDATO $23995 /
: .1 ZERO
Family Pride Homes Inc. whose placeof 1
business Is Suite 2550. Bank 01 Georgia I
Bldg. Atlanta Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to FREEZER
file your answer or written defenses.
if In the above proceeding with the
any il
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy FROST GUARD
thereof upon the Plaintiffs attorney. With Preferred Trade
whose name and address appears here-
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on. on or before the 23rd day of July
I
1964The nature of this proceeding beinga 1 -' 3r
suit for foreclosure on a mortgage on
the following described real property,
lying and being in Alachua County.

Florida Beginning, to-wit at the Northeast cornerof II RCA WHIRLPOOL KELVINATOR I
properties owned by F. L. Hicks : -- ,--- --- = -II
further described as the West J 3-11 ;; .

the acres Southwest of the Vi East of Section 14 4-11 30 acres Township of- AUTOMATIC DEFROST jil I iII"i' C a-')t.tl NO FROST

9 South Range 21 East; thence !
run South J2S feet to point of beginning I ;
Thence run West 100 feet to to 14 Cu. Ft. 2DoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER ij ,! ,
South 100 feet
a a point point thence thence run run East 100 feet to ': : Ii'' 18 Cu. Ft.
a point, thence run North 100 feet to
the Point of Beginning. ,All lying I I wiiii i
and being in Section 30 Township GERATOR-FREEZER
f South Range 21 East. County of
Alachua, State of Florida. I
DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville., 'I"J:' DM1Id'':
A'.chua County, Florida this 22nd day
of June. 1964 100 LB. $ 9
J. B. CARMICHAEL ; 95
Clerk Circuit Court I *

By: EMILY Clerk WATERHOUSE ZEROFREEZER .. .. ....' j 9
(Court Seal Deputy) I l..k'." :',>'>\ "'...;: ,. 1, I
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IN the Court of the County Judge. Alachua I 991N Wi.h Trade

re County.: Estate Deceased Florida.of Fred In F.Probate.In Schramm. SAVrMOREI! CASH.ed&deCARRY I I.I I.

To Cta'ms! All or Cred Demands tors and Against Persons Said Having SAVES YOU MORE

tate:
You and each of you are hereby ES-1
fied S and required to present any I
and demands which you. or either 5,500 BTU 8,000 BTU
you FRED may F. SCHRAMM have against deceased.the estate late of of l 17,000 BTU 15,000 BTU I

Slid County to the County Judge of Ala-
chua County Florida, at his office in the Washable filters
cojrt. house ,of within said six County calendar at Gaines-months Ventilation control Washable filters .i All crated units with 3 speeds
v ;le. Florida Ventilation
J control
from the time of the first publication of I multi-speed fans automatic Thermostat
this notice. Each claim or demand shall All welded chassis All welded chassis
be In writing and shall state the placeof Thermostat control) $138. Thermostat control $1 169Free thermostat Adj. Grills $229 I I.
residence and post office address of Slideout chassis 239 Vent Control
the claimant, and sha'l) be sworn to by Rust resistant cabinet Rust resistant cabinet5year
the claimant agent, attorney, and any I 5-year NEMA rated to cool Zinc Coated Cabinet
aim demand not so filed shall I warranty warranty
such c: or _
be void. Cools 250 sq. ft. Free Del. & Ser. Cools 500 ft. Del. & Ser. up to 1200 square Slideout chassis
JOHN V. WEBBAs I sq. feet Free Del. & Sere Cools 950 ft. Free Del. & S ere
sq.
executor of the Last Will and I I ..
Testament of
FRED F. SCHRAMM

i (3<<-4)deceased 4:25; 7:2. t. 16 I 6,000 BTU
I 9,300 BTU 25,000 BTU 30,000
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I.
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA
I Washable filters
IN PROBATE.IN Washable filtersVentilation :
RE: Estate of i. Venilation control .i NEMA rated. IUP All! crated 1964 models, T3U691.

To LOUIS All Deceased.Creditors JACOB BURKHIM and Persons Having I I All Thermostat welded control chassis control $1 159 All Thermostat welded chassis control $179 to Has 1750 multi-s square peed feet fan! $319Free with multi slideout-speed fan chassis, automatic $

Claims tate: or Demands Against Said Es- Rust resistant cabinet .. 5 Rust resistant i cabinet and thermostat.automatic thermostat I
You and each of you are hereby noW -r ear warranty
fied and required to present any claims 5-year warranty Cools 600 ft. .> All crated 1954 models NEMA rated Cools
you and demands may have which against you,the or estate either of of Cools 400 sq. ft. Free Del. fir Ser. 220 Volts I sq. Free Del' & Ser. with slide out chassis! Del. & Ser up to 2000' feet! Free Del & Ser.

Louis Jacob Burkhim, deceased late of ,
I I
said County, to the County Judge of
Alachua County. Florida at his office
In the court house of said County at I
Gainesville. Florida, within six calendar I
months from the time of the first publication \
of this notice. Each claim or FAMOUS MAKE
defend shall be in writing and shall '
slate the puce of residence and post I -::
office address of the claimant, and shall .
be sworn to by the claimant his or her '
agent, his or her attorney, and any __tires; C-ols Several Rooms or 1250 sq. ft. I
such claim or demand not so filed shall -
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be volt. ...-
SHERRILL L POWELL. Jr. ;;;;;!!!!!!!! '--
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As administrator of the Estate of ; == 3-SPEED
As executor cf the Last Will and I _.av ;:;vie Dtlw POWERFUL

Testament LOUIS Deceased JACOB of BURKHIM, }I-tv--Y1 v .... = ;; Famous Brand Name 5E== I

First publication June 11 19M
(3420)) 4:It, 1'. 25; 7:2 v= -1v = 10,000 BTUs tsv =a BTUs
v tlttfw 20,000
1 .
NOTICE TO DEFEND _... _
THE MCKNIGHTYou STATE OF FLORIDA to ROBERT I I ===r=$ = Operates on 110 V. vvv ==

will take notice that ISABELL wvv I
McKNIGHT has filed a complaint against I v} v All Deluxe Features .., .
you seeking a divorce child custody IIv '
and support, in the Circuit Court. tTSvv v tt11/ AIR CONDITIONERS
Eighth Judicial Circuit, for Alachua _-;
County, Florida. I I rII111vtav =
You are required to file your an
ewer or other pleading with the Clerkof ii ;
$199COOlS I
the above named court at Gainesville. -tlTv vl
I Florida, on or before the 20th day of illvv-v v1
July 1944 and at the same time serve _I .._
I a copy thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney, 1- __ ___ ..........__ :.

Malcolm SCRUGGS R.&Williams.CARMICHAEL.of the firm 3 SE of :I I ==$- = = = $
First Avenue P. O. Box 197, Games v frvvvrv rvv"vvv'v
"lIie. Florida. t === v-/v
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It Is Ordered that this Notice to ,. vs No MoncIvy
De for:end tour consecutive be published weeks once in each the week I .- = $ =.==.-.= v-tsar ==_-= i 279 Down on

ville Dally Sun. a newspaper of -- v I
Circulation published in i r1. ... v/v v J. M. Freldsrr
Alachua County Florida. GaineS-1 .
WITNESS my hand and I t vv Iv Easy
on this 16th day of June. )'* I.
J. B. Carmichael Payment
Clerk Circuit Court for
Alachua County Florida \ Plan
By Cherrie Hales

.I (Court Seal) Deputy Clerk I ALL' CRATED 1964 MODELS !
I I I (3433) 4 IS.. 25; 7:2. I WTO I

I IN EIGHTH THE CIRCUIT JUDirC COURT r'- UIT OF| ,FLORIDAI IN AND NEMA rated Air exchange exhausts : :..
{ IaR ALACHUA COUNTY '
IN CHANCERY ; All deluxe features stale airZincclad .Ii. :

1 I MARY LUCILLE Plaintiff.' COLEMAN. ;,I ,, Fits flush in window cabinet .. .. "
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I I I PERRY JOE COLEMAN.VI. lasts up to 4 times I.

( DIVORCE Defendant AND CHILD CUSTODY I 625 SQUARE Thermostat controlled longer than untreated ,
NOTICE OF SUIT Slide out chassis
I I TO, Perry Joe Coleman HURRY HURRY cabinets # ..
I Mt.Route Pleasant.3. Box 140 Texas I I Quiet. unusually) All welded chassis .- ? '

i Post AND Office Box 171 1 For The low sound level Washable filters I;,
I Pittsburgh. Texas I ,:..:;.
You are hereby notified that a Suit Greatest '
I tor a Divorce and Child Custody has : Savings 5-year warranty covers entire unit for 1 year;

I J by been Mary filed Lucille against Coleman you as a as Defendant Plaintiff. I I EVER! covers the sealed system for an additional 4 years. .
In the above Styled Court and Cause. I II
I and Answer you to the are Complaint required as to filed tile therein your I NO MONEY DOWN TAKE MONTHS TO PAY -I:-

with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
and for Atachua County. In I



I ville.1964.Main Attorney.serve Courthouse.Street and a Florida.copy Barton M Post you thereof Gainesville.on fall Office T.or upon Douglas.to before Box do said so Ouincery'l a Decree, : : 'I EASY TERMS FREE SKS I

Pro Coniesso will be taken against you :
for the relief demanded In the Complaint 'I
I and Parte.thereafter said Cause shaft\ proceedEx I! II-

Witness my hand and seal of said
.( Court this ate day of June. A.D.. 196.at IJ I .r
Gainesville. Florida.
J Clerk.. B. Carmichael Circuit Court, Eighth NO CASH DOWN PAYMENT NO GIMMICKS OR TRICKS

Judicial Circuit .In and For
Alachua County Florida. In UPTO

(Court Seal Chancery)By Deputy: Emily Clerk Waterhoust 24 MONTHS TO PAY FIELDS SERVICES & DELIVERIES FREE -J

(1411) 4 U. It. 23. 7:2

The Division of Plant Industry State
Department of Agriculture. Room SOl

will Setgte receive Building.sealed Gainesville bids for 18,000 Florida It*. OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SUNDAY NOON TO 7 P.M. DISCOUNTS [ '
20 per cent Dturon granular weed killer QUALITY J'.
not later than 11:00 AM. Thursday. July 'K "
2. 1944. Material to be delivered and I I
unloaded at Winter Haven. U/
V.Accountant W. VILLENEUVE I 376-8297 .

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Four youths will be awardedthe

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8 p.m. at Kirby Smith School.

The boys are Walden C.
Rhines and David N. Westfallof
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1I Some 25 other Boy Scouts will

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District Court of Honor.
BleachedMuslie Adjustable Imagine Fine Quality Misses? Save 32-35 / Hot or Cold Insulated Fiberglas Insulated J-Qt. Enamel I The boys, and their awards,

FITTED SHEETS IRONING BOARD LUNCHEON NAPKINS TOPS & SHORTS PLASTIC TUMBLERS PICNIC BAGS. TEFLON SAUCE PAN I I1wINi i are:
Second Class Hoyt Haymans,
$ ;
Funs L 4 $1 each '5 $1 $1 Family $1 Walter Hunter, Ricky Thames,
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PKGS. FOR SIZe I Neal Fullager, Marc Mor g a n,
Adjusts from 24
36-in.
Fitted styles for smoother com- height!! Ventilated metal to Four packages, each with 200 Double-walled tumblers keep Washable vinyl: I; Fiberglas I t InNostick cooking withfo no- Steve Kerr, Charles Shelton,
Imported Ion g-wea r in g fto-S kid I legs l top' napkins' fine-quality; get All washable, cool fabrics! beverages hot or cold! Many _sulation keeps foods hot or scour cleaning! Porcelain I i Craig Summerlin.Star .
r quality/savel. ** a supply now l Shorts, 10-18; lop,'$, M, 1I l colors; 10 or. cold; zipper sides. enamel over steel! I Scout: Tip Coles and

I Jack Dixon.
Life Scout: David H. Mead.
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Eagle Bronze Palm: RobertD.

Bradbury.
Merit Badges: Fred Bevis,
c -t a 1I Pearce W. Hunter Jr., Jack Dix-

on, Buddy Poole, Lawrence
Lang, Chris Boyd, Rusty Can
non, Hans Farber, Zan Hutson,
1I John A. Kilby, David Mead, Da-
1I vid Thorpe, and Richard Yawn.

53-Qt.P/astir foam BackSCATTER King-Size 2PayerBADMINTON Solids,Stripes Sylvania Hollywood Brief I ]FI( Drive

WASTE BASKET RUG TRAY TABLES SET HAND TOWELS LIGHT BULB MISSES' PANTIES


1 '1 $1 24 x 48" 3 FOR$2 $1 3 R$1 e FOR $ I 6 FOR$1 1 I Has $100,000DALLAS, Tex. (AP More

I Unbreakable polyethylene; Special Purchase! Viscose Will hold a full meall! Black You get: 2 rackets, 2 birds, Made by the famous Cannon Choice of 25, 40, 60,75 and Easy-Iaunder acetate tricot in I than $100,000 has been receivedor

i Jumbo size; handles to tq., tweed in stripe border or white Chippendale design; net & instruction book & a Mills in thick terry! Stock up 100 watt! Replace, stock up lilac, blue, pink, maize; in pledged in contributions to
f pink; yellow, sand. decorator colors! brass legs; 16x20'/2". carrying easel! for Summer! save! 5, 6, 7. the Dallas John F. Kennedy Cit
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izens Memorial Drive.
Dr. Luther Holcomb, committee -

B secretary, said more busi-
nesses and individuals will be
I contacted to raise funds for a

I I memorial plaza two blocks from

I the assassination site.
Thousands of donor signatureswill
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1B NOTICE O* SHERIFF'S SALE
Cannon.T. rry Toddlers' & Girls Boxed Vinyl Cotton PiquoMISSES9 Girls'/Save 37%! Girls Save 42%! Girl 1 Save 31*' 1B of By the virtue Court of an of Execution Record of Issued AUchwa out
County. Florida In the case of Goddard.
V SHORTS & SLACKS 1fl William Owens d-b-a Florida
DISH TOWELS CHAIR CUSHIONS ONE-PC. ROMPERS PLAYTOPS Inc. versus
COTTON DRESSES SHIFTS Radio & T.V. dated May t. 1963. I

r r 4 FOR$1 $1 & $2 2 FOR $1 2 FOR$3 2 FOR $ I 2 FOR J1 2 r FOR$1 flfl to have wit 19S1 11GK2103.levied: Chevrolet upon Motor the Panel following No.Truck JAMUS3S4.property Tag no.,

llnt-free, super-absorbent Sleeveless & short-sleeve Red, pink, yellow, green & Cool comfortable daytime Poplin, Amel & Poplin; tie Washable cottons; % boxer, Solids, prints; in cool cottons flfl And Serial that I No.as Sheriff SJJL2233 of Alachua County.
1 printed terry in multi-colors. styles; w6shable cottons; 1-3, blue color combinations; sol delights! Scoop necks; elf shoulder, elastic waist; 3-6x, banded front, elastic back; white, blue red I 3-6x, of Florida July will 1964 on, between Thursday the the hours 2nd day ef
15x25" size. 3-6x, 7-14. ids and prints! belts; prints; 1016. 7-14! 3-6x,7-14. 7-14. flB 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m In front of the
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CONSCIENCEOF i THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS INALYSTRumors ,




( Sun on Viet Nam Shift I



.. THE

51SOUTH N'rm dark It'httt.GBy ated. President Johnson has been corresponding with PresidentDe
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.. JOHN R. HARRISON, President and JAMES RESTON Gaulle recently much more than is generally realized. They
Publisher PAT COWLES, Vice President have agreed that it would be pleasant if all of Viet Nam,
: Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON, Viet President WASHINGTON The shake-up in the American command in North and South, could be "neutralized." Johnson has been
and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill) South Viet Nam has started one or two rumors that are inac- urging De Gaulle to suggest how this could be done, so far
Diversity City 11>j'j EBERSOLE, Vice President and Advertising -, By RALPH McGILL curate and dangerously misleading.One without much
TARTAGLIONE success.
Director BOB hUber Prti. Winning PBbli berOf is that the appointment of the Chairman of the Joint
: Vice President and Circulation Manager. the AlUaU (ca.) Co..UtatiODThe Also they have agreed that no negotiated settlement is
,
.. Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Maxwell Taylor, as Ambassador to Sai-
THE SUN'S POLICY gon, indicates that a decision has been taken to carry the likely there until the United States can demonstrate that it
war to North Viet Nam and greatly increase U.S. participation has enough power to control the Communist attack, and that
., 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. RightOf in the fighting. is what Johnson is now trying to demonstrate.The .
2. Express the of the Sun In tut in editorials.
only
opinions -
This is not true at least for the present. It may cometo truth, as usual, seems to lie in between the extreme
3. Publish
all sides of important controversial issues.
.. this if the battle deteriorates to the point where the Com- interpretations. This administration is not prepared either to

: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 munists are really about to win a total victory, but it has launch any spectacular offensive. against North Viet Nam or

: Want Ads-376.4672 apparently not reached that point yet and the administrationdoes to accept any spectacular defeat there, particularly in an

not think: there is any present danger of any such ser- election year. But it wants to be ready to do whatever is

ious collapse. necessory to avoid a spectacular defeat, and this presumably

FranchiseVictor will be Taylor's first priority.

I Problems of UrbanizationAs GEN. KHANH, the South Vietnamese chief of state. Is the

key to the present moves. The administration has been as-

a result of the rapid urbanization Those who have been tardy in Hugo spent 20 suming for some time that Ambassador Lodge might haveto ON THE RIGHT =
in exile because he had
years return home for political reasons, and since he had
of America, cities are suffer- their attack, or fearful, or indifferent urged, among other reforms become a prominent symbol of American determination to

ing from spasmodic haphazard unregulated or unimaginative, have only the right of franchise for all defend South Viet Nam it was assumed that his replace- A 'ProfileIn

unplanned, and almost compounded their difficulties by de- qualified male Frenchmen. ment should also be a national figure. .A

feverish expansion.This lay. At last, moved by hard necessity Napoleon the Third, nettled This primary objective of reassuring Khanh was taken so j
because Hugo had dubbed seriously by the President and his principal aides that
they are trying to wrest some "
him "Napoleon, the Little, the volunteers to included
replace Lodge not only Taylor,
has brought problems. kind of order out of the Courage'sBy
sprawling ordered his arrest. Hugo, but Secretary of State Rusk, Secretary of Defense McNamara,

urban chaos. disguised as a laborer, es- Attorney General Robert Kennedy and McGeorge Bundy thePresident's

Instead of the majority of the caped to Brussels. chief White House assistant on foreign affairs. WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.

people living in a rural environment, The city of St. Louis for example, The magnificent poet and Taylor was apparently chosen not only because he was

breathing clean air, producing their when it finally decided to act, inaugurated novelist ("Les Miserables intimately acquainted with the Vietnamese military and political President Kennedy wrote a the contrary very simply betrays
for example) argued that if situation, but because Kh? "h is known to have a sol
: own food, and surrounded by panoramas a sweeping and comprehensive franchise were given French dier's respect for Taylor's m'' / judgement and a close book"called "Profiles In Cour- the ignorance of the

: of trees, fields and mountains program. It is razing 20 to men they could then express feeling of personal relationship for him as well. age, in which he gave post- man who takes it; and 2))

: they now live in crowded city 30 blocks in the downtown area (465 their feelings and this escape humous tribute to a half doz- that Senator Goldwater's opposition -

blocks in blanket of smoke and ) and would bring an end to disorders THE TAYLOR choice, therefore, while it clearly strengthensthe en political figures in the his-
: a acres starting a businesssponsored tory of the United States who, to the Bill has caused
smog, competing for jobs, and renewal project that, accord- and rebellions by providing military command in Saigon, was probably more personal pursuing their consciences, did grave concern to those officials .
an orderly process. than strategic. Taylor is not only a soldier but a philosopher.He .
.. hoarding their earnings for TV in. ing to the New York Times "setsan the devastatingly unpopular who now must enforce it.
(The fact that the U.S. Su- has never been identified with the group that feels thereis For the Senator's
stallments.The example for the rest of the Court has ordered thing: They took a stand "savage
coun- preme re- no practical alternative to carrying the war to North Viet criticism of the bill
as
uncon-
breasting the tidal waves of
try to emulate." apportionment of the state Nam, and besides, Khanh himself, while agreeing to get readyfor the day according to the stitutional, is sure to encour-
trek to the city has shifted legislatures so that the larg- such a strategy if necessary, has not felt that such a merits of issue age intransigence."
an as they un-
est concentrations of popula could be before the end of this .
policy carefully prepared year.A
the population balance. What was The in Gainesville
problem is not tion be and ade- derstood them. In return they
may fairly second circulated most prominently by Sen. Gold-
at the beginning of the century, a unique. But it is different in one quately represented will, in water, is that rumor Lodge quit because the administration's "pro- were reviled, and despised, as WHAT RUBBISH! A Senator -
Goldwater is be- on assuming his post, recites -
Senator now
rural society has become an indus respect and fortunately so.' An time, serve to ease and gram of indecision and vacillation has made it impossible for the identical oath of of-
reviled and despised for
trial, urbanized society. alert civic and business leadershipand solve many of the major him to carry out his ambassadorial functions properly." This, ing voting against the Civil Rights fice that a Justice of the Su-

a responsive city governmenthave problems that now weigh so said Goldwater in a statement, "Undoubtedly motivated hisLodge's Bill. preme Court does. That oath
heavily on the American "
peo
taken ( ) resignation. binds him to.-defend the Con-
timely to the
The resulting problems are mani steps bring
ple. The vast majority of peo- The private messages reaching here indicate that Lodge
fold. They touch the fields of health, problem under control before the ple are in the cities and sub- quit not because he was so worried about the administrationbut TIlE INDIGNATION of the stitution Obviously of the United States.
New York Times-the Supreme as he, according to
morality, crime, juvenile delinquency cost of the "cure" becomes exorbitantly urbs. They historically have because he was so worried about Goldwater. It is true Court of Mor- his best efforts, understandsthe
Appeals
politics, business, employment, expensive. The entire business been denied representationand that there were differences between Lodge and the admin- als Division for all Eastern Constitution.If .
community and the city have been thwarted and istration, but these were, so far as is known here, primarilyover
recreation, education, housing and as a seaboard liberalsoverflowsat
denied by uncomprehending, administrative matters. For example, at the recent strat- Mr. Lewis's implied argu-
whole will profit from this kind of adherence to
Goldwater's
social welfare. Out of this complex rural counties
unsympathetic egy meeting on Viet Nam at Honolulu it was decided to wagea ment is to ,be taken seriously,
challenge, this "welter of woes" intelligent cooperative attack. The hostile to city development.) major propaganda offensive against the Communists in the precepts laid down by Mr. then any Justice of the Su-

that afflict the city, has emerged a prosperity of tomorrow depends on North Viet Nam, and the Ambassador apparently felt, in opposition Kennedy as distinguishing the preme Court who dissents

new movement a movement de- the decisions of today. NAPOLE 0 N, THE LITTLE to other U.S. officials, that this should be wholly true patriot. So overcome is from the opinion of the ma-
the Times at the suggestionthat
had invaded Mexico in
under his direction. jority on sumptuary matters
signed to fight ugliness congestion, conscience
1862. Washington, locked in anyone's is a public nui-
substandard housing conditions and No city has to be ugly. No city a desperate civil war with ALSO, THOUGH Lodge was understood to have approved all could lead him to vote againstthe sance. Last week provocative four Justices

the disease of creeping dilapidation. has to be decadent. No city has to the Confederate States, look- the decisions taken at Honolulu, he apparently had second Bill, that it used a sten- dissented from the opinions of

wear the postmarks of diseased, dilapidated ed on in alarm. thoughts about some of them after he returned to Saigon. torian expletive which had the the majority of the Court re-

or degraded areas. Urbanization Napoleon chose Pr i n c e Now that he is coming home he may have more to, say same effect on the reader as specting the issue of redis-
Every city in the nation, from the Arch- if the good lady (whichis
Maximilian
Ferdinand gray
is simply about this, but as of now, the main difference seems to have tricting by population: and
largest to the smallest has been affected a sociological phe duke of Austria, to be Em- been that Lodge wanted to have everything there tightly in how we in the East reverentially did so, moreover, using Language
in some fashion. Those that nomenon. It is a symbol of growth, peror of Mexico. He acceptedthe his control and the administration wanted him to delegatemore refer to the Times which imputed Ignor-
change and transition-social in his at had in a fit of indignation
and palace
crown to others. ,
have been foresighted enough to authority ance, stupidity, and idologi-
economic. It is something that Miramar a castle on the resulted from mixed spilled her tea ,all over the
cal
can- Thus, Lodge's resignation probably fanaticism to Mr. Warren
times and
read the signs of the ,
shore of the Adriatic Sea antimaccassar: "What rubbish
not be resisted, but it can be con- near motives. He was in an ambiguous position in Saigon as a and the majority.If .
public-spirited enough to put the trolled.A Trieste. (In the years after possible Republican presidential candidate representing a !

long-range welfare of the city above the Second World War, Tri- Democratic administration in a war that was an issue in the Mr. Anthony Lewis, the Supreme Senator Goldwater's lan-

the private profit motive, have downtown revitalization pro- este was a free city, governed campaign. Also, it was awkward for him to stay there silently Court-expert for the guage was "savage," then theJustices'

launched re-planning for in Gainesville is not the by allied occup a tion acquiescing in the nomination of Goldwater whose foreign Times joined the posse by language was posi-
programs gram
answer forces. The United States' tively bestial. If
policy views differ substantially from his own. declaring in two successive a Supreme
orderly growth, city beautification, to all the community's probe command had its headquarters articles: 1) That the'new Civil Court Justice is to be allowed)]

I slum clearance, regulated housing, lems, but it is the imperative next in Maximilian's old cas- FINALLY, THE persistent rumors about U.S. French rela- Rights Bill is so clearly con to dissent from the majority

better recreational facilities and step in any comprehensive plan of tle. Legends abounded, manyof tions deteriorating over Viet Nam are also somewhat exagger- stitutional that a position to without reference to the social

other city improvements. urban development. them excessively romantic consequences of that dissent,
about the tender love af- so, obviously, must a Senator.

fair between the prince and DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTSTHERE Always assuming we are pre
I his princess, Carlotta. The pared to put up with the great
t\ princess was daughter of burden of living in a free

:, Voice! of the People Leopold I, king of the Belgians. society.

.) The Great Fiscal GambleBy

fj I III Carlotta and Maximilian AND IF THE suggestion is

arrived in Mexico in June of that Senator Goldwater's

I Oii The Sun's I 1864. There is evidence that WALTER LIPPMANN omy. We now have prelimi- IS AS yet no evidence grounds for dissent are tri
==== Opinion PageOpinions ======== meant well. vial-or
let
the new emperor nary returns which permit us that the planned defi- us say, even,
But he imposed and sustained For some five months the perverted
let
was to make a preliminary inquiry cit has undermined business : as perverted,
II and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters by foreign troops. He country has been doing busi- based not on theory, but on us stretch our Agination as
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot was ill-advised. In 1865 he ness under an altogether un- confidence. The most recent in the opinion of Justice Har-
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry canno be used. The fact.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or ordered that all who fought precedented fiscal policy. government survey of busi- lan, Earl Warren's recent
intent. against the emperor be shot With the adoption of the tax THE EVIDENCE to date is ness investment indicates that opinion was-then it must be

Lack of as you mention, since schoolsall Teaching is a profession of when captured. Many Mexi- cut of $11.5 billion in Febru- that the fears of the opposi- in the past year there has assumed that so are they
Reading can notables were executed. we began for the first trivial or all those
over the country are reverting the highest caliber. Money ary, sition are as yet unfulfilled-- been an increase of 12 percent perverse
Meanwhile, Juarez who had time in our history to oper- and that the hopes of the in purchases for plant scholars of the Constitutionwho
proponents
Skills the inclusion of will not make better
CripplesEDITOR to a a
fled northward when Napoleon have
ate under a deficit plannedto have Con- adopted identK I
are in a measure at profits gone up.
for all teacher of
basis but the
phonetic reading anyone invaded Mexico -
prowled
,
about full employ- positions over the and
bring years
least just beginning to be sumer buying has gone up.
Sun: I want to instruction. A few years ago R. R. F. program can. Money the hills harassing and decades the
most recent
ment.In fulfilled. None of this is, of There is a noticeable, thoughnot
thank you for your editorial it was stated that there was will pay only for services destroying. He retaliated by sampling of which is collected
reference to the Reading Re remedial reading in every rendered, and parents want shooting captured Frenchmen. the face of an estimated course, conclusive. It is too a large, decline in the in the volume, Open
Occupancy -
form Foundation in your pub- school in Florida an extra both-in that order. budgetary deficit of $5.5 billion soon to be certain now about rate of unemployment, indi- edited by Professor Alfred
the date of what will happen as the ex- cating that while some unem-
lication under burden for all but a per- the conservative policy and
Avins. published last
June 18th. You may be right sonal catastrophe for the untaught You may also be right BY LATE 1865 the United would have been to raise pansion continues and there- ployment is "structural," year by The Bookmailer.
idiom about including this in polti- critics and advo of it is caused slack
about the educational Civil War of balanc- fore among some by
States with the taxes in the hope
to the cal platforms. The school is alike it is sensibleto business.All I do believe that the
being unintelligible ended, curtly notified Napoleon ing the budget. Instead, the cates only re-
I know of no comparative an independent establishment
general public, but the goalof keep an open and inquir- action against Senator Goldwater's -
and
the Little, to cease Kennedy-Johnson administration the
to be is not for
child statistics as to the crippling afforded by parents for the sure,
emancipating every desist in his attempt to set has reduced taxes, an act ing mind. vote -which in my
all
from academic shortcomingsis effect of inadequate skill teaching of their children. best in the best of possible judgment elevates him into
near to all our hearts. achievement in the primary But since the results of poor up a French empire in Mex which was bound at leastat Nevertheless, there is as worlds. The unsolved honorary with those

The very R. R.' F. is composed grades, but it may well be the preparation such as school ico.in Things France.were In going February badly first to increase the defi.ocit. yet no evidence that the problems ahead of us-of the men whom company Mr. Kennedy profiled

of top level educators all over greatest crippler of all. Frustration drop-outs and juvenile delinquency 1866 withdrew his worst fears are being realiz cities and of the very poor in his book-is more revealing -
and incompetence are are being bandied Napoleon ed. Indeed there is impres- are and more diffi
who are con- graver
: our country, The action was taken on the of the shaky foundations
abandoning
cynically
cerned with the elementary basic to all economic and about in political policy, troops, sive evidence to the con cult than those which we believe of freedom in America
unkind accepted by
Maximilian to an new theory,
curriculum to the end that emotional problems of the shouldn't we' include a major fate. Carlotta departed for most, but not by all economists trary. Thus confronted by we are beginning to than the obstinate refusal of

every child reach his full potential growing and grown; and the cause of it in order to give Europe to plead for help. that a big expansion of the new tax law, many have solve. But the evidence does many Americans, north and
communication maturity based on early thought and effort to rebuild- show that thus far the new
in the ref'ised. In and investment prophesied that it would south to deal generously with
Napoleon coldly consumption capital -
reading, writing mastery of the 3 R's cannotbe ing the foundation and eliminating inflation from policy has not produced any
skills i.e. Rome, she burst into the was necessary to mean a flight human beings *t other races.
(and arithmetic), at that lev- captured by the adult the casualties quarters of the Pope and overcome the chronic sluggishness the dollar, destruction of of the bad results which its From the oily stridencies of

el. This plan is succeeding, learning for the first time. MRS. E. SINCLAIR EATON threw herself weeping on the of the American econ- confidence, bad business and opponents had predicted and Senator Dirksen, to the arrant

increased unemployment that, on the other hand, there opportunism of Governor
-r floor, pleading for help for omy during the past 10 years,
POTOMAC FEVERBy her emperor in Mexico City. with its high rate of unemployment These fears can now be examined are impressive signs that the Scranton, to the thoughtless
Carlotta was removed to and its rather low against the concrete new policy is doing a great demagoguery of the New York

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau her native Brussels and CQIl.ofined utilization of industrial capac- evidence which Is now com deal of good. Times.

in a castle nearby, ity. ing in.

Governor Scranton says Goldwater wouldn't do a good job of enforcing the hysterical and, doctors said Thus, we are not in the grip IF IN THE END the exper- TALKING ABOUT oaths, I

civil rights program. Ridiculous Everybody knows Barry is strong for the insane. (In 1914 a sick old FOR THE SAKE of the record 'of price inflation. The Amer- iment works out, as it shows feel the impulse to take one

rights. woman did not notice the we must recognize that ican wholesale price index signs of doing today, there myself: I do solemnly swear

German troops who occupied this planned deficit on top of has remained constant since will be a change in the con- that I'd rather take) my chances -

Khrushchev isn't a very neighborly ,guy. He goes to Sweden and doesn't Brussels -,d Belgium. It an unplanned deficit is an innovation the beginning of 1958, and cept of fiscal integrity. It will as a Negro in the South

even call on his old friend and employee, Col. Stig Wennerstrom.That was 1927 before death came that goes beyond any the American record of price no longer be identified withan than I would as a subject of
-- for Carlotta.) the kind of society some of
insistence on balancingthe
the New Deal did
has
baseball rivalry in New York is really bitter. The Yanks give away thing ever stability no equal in any budget annually or even the critics of Senator Goldwa
under Roosevelt and Truman. -
20,000 free tickets and the Mets strike back by losing a perfect game- ON MAY, 15, 1857 Maximil. large Industrial country in the biennially. It will be identified ter-Without reference con-
The experiment runs counter world. This has made possi.oble
-- ian's army was defeated. He with the and stitutional hlstt.. without regard -
Haiti elects Papa Doc Duvalier president for life. Shows what can happenif was captured. On June 19 to the central principlesof a steadily increasing ex- of bringing purpose total demand for the demands:of conscience
duty
you live clean, never pull dogs' ears, and get somebody you can trust to he and his two commanderswere what is regarded as fIS- port surplus which is helpingto into balance with the labor without any appreciation -
cal integrity by such men reduce the international
mark ballots. tried and condemned to of the i 'ling of fed-
your of
-- death an order that was as Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, payments deficit that power and the resources eralism-would prescribe for

E Duvalier changed the Haitian flag without fuss or bother. Canada's Pre- carried out immediately.In Sen. Harry Byrd Sen. Barry has been so worrisome. The the country at a level where this C"untry..H they. get a

: '_ mier Pearson is visiting him next week to find out how. France Napoleon, the Goldwater and indeed it other contribution to a sounder there is adequate and ample, totally free hand And at this
-- Little, made concessions.The is fair to say. a host of public international payments situation but not excessive, employ- moment 'hat han is dangerously -

., The California senate scrap should be exciting-Piano player Pierre Salinger press was freed. Fran- men in both parties. The is that a business boomin ment of capital and labor. free, a fact intuited by

S ;George Murphy, the ex-hoofer in an exhibition of hand.to-foot combat. chise was granted. It was too experiment began in Febru the United States has madeit Among the rising genera- the majority of thaUtepubU

-- late. In 1870 he was deposed. ary. We are now in the attractive to invest American tion this concept of fiscal integrity can citizens of California who,

If LBJ is sincere about protecting the consumer let's see him clamp down Prussia humiliated France. midst of it, and the money dollars at home and to will come to be accepted a few weeks ago, asked Senator

on:stores that charge as much for those new topless swimsuits as they do Victor Hugo came home to freed for spending has begunto bring in hard currencies from as truly orthodoxand Goldwater to try, please

for old fashioned two-piece bikinis. stay. work its effects in the econ- abroad. conservative. to do something about It.

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E 1 Mrs. Donald Coward in charge. teenth Annual National Student

A- mr CONSCIENCEOF COLVRED-NEJf.S The schedule of services is as Leadership Institute," held recently -

follows: at the United Nations

During the morning worshipat Headquarter and ,the Sarah

Oiaftitsuillt Suit 4 B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor "7 -- 11 a. m. Samuel Taylor will Lawrence College.
I be the principal speaker; and This marks the third consecutive -

0 SPECIAL NOTICEThe evening worship, 7 p.m. Public during the evening worship at year that the. local institution -

TllEii Ladies Auxiliary and Le J- always welcome. Rev. J. 7:30 p.m. Miss Shirley Knightwill has financed a student

, ionnaires' Post No. 306 are L. Middleton, pastor; Johnny be the principal speaker. delegation to the leadership

.. sponsoring jointly a barbecue Lewis, reporter. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; session.
..... JOHN Publisher R.; PAT HARRISON COWLES, President, Vic President end SOUTHBy dinner at the home of Mrs. Carrie New Salem Baptist Sun- Mrs. Esther Hamm, reporter. The institute is held under

< ; Ed JOHNSON. Vic President Strong on Friday June day School, 10 a.m.; morning the auspices of the Collegiate
::; Florida's Beautiful and Executive Editor; W. C. (BUI) 26, at 8 p.m. ""until. worship, 11:30 a.m.; and eve- I PLANS PROGRAM Council for the United Rations'

_.. 'University City. fI1j EBERSOLE Viet President and Advertising RALPH McGILL I The public is invited. Mrs. ning worship, 7:30 p.m. The pas The Undenominational Choirs' (CCUN), a national student organization -
TARTAGLIONE
Director; BOB Paliticr Prix Winning Publisher Carrie Strong president. tor or appointee will preach at Union will present its program ; working to. promote
-* :: Vice President and Circulation Manager.
; Of the AtUnU. (Ga.) Conrtltutlon
both the morning and evening entitled "Choirs In Par- a i better understanding of the

: : THE SUN'S POLICYI' worships. The Sunday School ade" at the Wesley Chapel United Nations.
C CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSShady picnic set for Saturday has Methodist Episcopal Church at The CCUN. with a chapter on
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. The Grove Primitive Baptist '
RightOf been postponed until a later Arredonda, Monday at 8 p.m. the local junior college cam-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorials. The schedule of
regular
date. Rev. C. J. Johnson, pas Elmore Dexter, union president pus, has officially accredited
all sides of controversial issues.
3. Publish important services will be conducted
; tor; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. ; Rev. R. James, pastor; non-government status at the
( The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 :on day. ALACHUA NEWS Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter.TO UN and at the US Mission to
4. Want Ads-376-4672 New Hope Baptist SundayS Card of Thanks the UN.

I :hool, 10 a.m.; morning worship The pastor and official staffof HOLD REGULAR Geraldine Leonard, a Winter

11 a.m.; and afternoon the St. Matthew Baptist MEETINGThe Haven resident, is a former

FranchiseVictor worship, 3 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- Church wish to thank the mem- Female Protective Society State Officer of the CCUN. She

: Problems ofAs UrbanizationThose man pastor; Mrs. L. D. Wil- bers and friends for their dona- No. 1 will hold its regu- served as state secretary of the

liams, reporter. tions of $500.00 on June 17 and ''lar monthly meeting Sunday at organization.

a result of the rapid urbanization !- who have been tardy in in exile Hugo because spent he had 20 Friendship Baptist S u n- of $633.00 on June 21 on be- 4 p.m. at the dining room of Gwendolyn Tim a sopho-
School
years day 9:30
a.m.; morn- half of the Clark more mathematics student
Ft.
building fund. Rev.J. the Greater Baptist
of America cities are suffer- their attack, or fearful, or indifferent other retorms
urged
among log worship, 11 a.m.; and evening L. Middleton, pastor; Mrs.L. Church. from Tampa, is currently
ing from spasmodic, haphazard, unregulated or unimaginative, have only the right of franchise for all worship, 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. Aaron, reporter.IN During the meeting, the dues serving as assistant editor for

unplanned, and almost compounded their difficulties by de qualified male Frenchmen. E. White, pastor. and endowments are to be paid. publications, on the state level.
At last moved hard Napoleon the Third, nettled Archer Church of God in A. Scott Rev. Harriet Rogers a sophomore
feverish expansion. lay. by neces- Mrs. president;
because had dubbed
Hugo Christ Sunday School, 10a.m. MEMORIAMIn social science student of St.
Miles Mrs. P.
A.
sity, they are trying to wrest some W. pastor;
him the Little
"Napoleon, of
morning 11:30 loving our
; worship, memory Petersburg is the state's assistant -
This has brought problems. kind of order out of the sprawling ordered his arrest. Hugo, a.m.; Young People's Willing mother, Mrs. Susie Rivers, L. Scott, reporter. secretary-treasurer.

I urban chaos. disguised as a laborer, escaped Workers' Meeting, 6:30: p.m.; who departed this l life fourteen -

Instead of the majority of the to Brussels. and evening worship, 8:30 p.m. years ago. I NOTICE
environment The magnificent poet and Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth "We loved you, but God loved All members of Juvenile GIBBS JC INSTRUcrOR
people living in a rural The city of St. Louis, for example,
f novelist ("Les Miserables," finkins, reporter. you best." Mrs. Rosa Boyd, Choral Group Lodge No. 113 ATTAINS PROFESSIONAL
breathing clean air, producing their when it finally decided to act, inaugurated for example) argued that if Mt. Pleasant Methodist Mrs. Susie Bady, and Mrs. are asked to meet Friday at MEMBERSHIPST.

own food, and surrounded by pano a sweeping and compre- franchise were given French- Choir No. 2 will have its rehear- Marie Howard, daughters; Rev. 5:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. PETERSBURG, W.

ramas of trees, fields and mountains hensive program. It is razing 20 to men they could then express sal today, 7:30 p.m. The Boardof W. L. Rivers, Charlie Rivers Gussie Ross, of 704 S. W. 5th Ervin Rouson, Guidance Counselor -

they now live in crowded city :30 blocks in the downtown area (465 their feelings and this escape Education and Church School and Sammie Rivers, sons. Terrace, for rehearsal. MissT. at Gibbs Junior College,

blocks, in a blanket of smoke and acres) and starting a businesssponsored would bring an end to disor- Staff will meet tomorrow, 7:30.m. M. Fox, president; Mrs.P. recently became the second
ders and rebellions by pro- >. in the second unit of MEETING PLANNEDThe L. Scott, reporter. person> of Pinellas County to attain -
smog, competing for jobs, and renewal project that, accord. viding an orderly process. the church. Rev. W. M. Fer- Pallbearers' Lodge No. professional membershipin

hoarding their earnings for TV in- ing to the New York Times, "sets (The fact that the U.S. Supreme guson, pastor. 54, pride of Gainesville, will I MEETING SET the National Vocational

stallments. an example for the rest of the coun- Court has ordered re- Mt. Carmel Baptist-T her e meet at the regular meeting The Gainesville District Juvenile -Guidance Association.TO .

try to emulate." apportionment of the state will be Teachers' Meeting: place today at 8 p.m. Convention of Lodge No.

The trek to the city has shifted legislatures so that the larg- today, 7:30 p.m. 113 will meet at the Friendship STAGE PRESENTATION
est concentrations of population Archer St. James B a p- YOUTH DAY PLANNED Baptist Church Monday, OF POETRYTALLAHASSEE
balance. What was, The problem in Gainesville is not
the
population may be fairly and adequately tist Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Sunday is Youth Day at the June 29, at 1:30 p.m.. ,. (FAMU)
at the beginning of the century, a unique. But it is different in one represented will in u
mere
,
morning worship, 11 a.m.; and Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.with. During the meeting -"The World of Carl Sand-
rural society has become an indus- respect and fortunately so. An time, serve to ease and will be a Talent Program. Miss burg," a staged presentationof

trial, urbanized society. alert civic and business leadershipand solve many of the major Jacquelin Peterson, mistress of the poetry, prose and folk-
problems that now weigh so ceremonies; Mrs. P. L. Scott,
a responsive city governmenthave songs of the famous Pulitzer
heavily on the American peo- .
district director.CUL'IINATING
The resulting problems are mani- taken timely steps to bring the ple. The vast majority of people Prize winner, will be presentedon
the Florida
fold. They touch the fields of health, problem under control before the are in the cities and sub- PROGRAMThe A&M University
summer lyceum
cost of the "cure" becomes exorbi- urbs. They historically have of program
morality crime juvenile delinquency culminating program
series
Sunday, June 28, in Lee
business tantly expensive. The entire busi- been denied representationand the Daily Vacation Bible at the Hall Auditorium at 6
politics, employment, have been thwarted and Church will p.m. by
recreation, education, housing and ness community and the city as a Friendship Baptist the popular touring theatrical
denied by uncomprehending, be held Friday at 7:30 p. m
t social welfare. Out of this complex whole will profit from this kind of unsympathetic rural counties L Everyone is invited. Rev. D. E. company The Kaleidoscope

challenge, this "welter of woes" intelligent cooperative attack. The hostile to city development.) White, pastor; Deacon O. R Players.

j that afflict the city, has emerged a prosperity of tomorrow depends on NAPOLE 0 N, THE LITTLE Maxey, Superintendent. The adaptation of Sandburg'sbest
the decisions of .
new movement a movement designed today.No had invaded Mexico in "SHUTINS"The I writings (both publishedand

to fight ugliness, congestion, 1862. Washington, locked in following members of unpublished), was made

substandard housing conditions and city has to be ugly. No city a desperate civil war with the Friendship Baptist Church by Norman Cornwi and was

the disease of creeping dilapidation. has to be decadent. No city has to the Confederate States, look- : 'i! are ill: Mrs. Mary Rawls, Mrs. originally presented on tour

I wear the postmarks of diseased, dilapidated ed on in alarm. I Lucile Barnett, Mrs. Ethel and for a limited New York en-
Napoleon chose Pr i n c e White Russell and gagement with Bette Davis as
or degraded Urban Page ,
\ Every city in the nation, from the areas. Ferdinand Maximilian, Arch ,; others whose names were not leading actress.
ization is
largest to the smallest, has been affected simply a sociological phe- duke of Austria, to be Em- available at time. The Kaleidoscope Players,

in some fashion. Those that nomenon. It is ,a symbol of growth, peror of Mexico. He accep'edthe tj -.. -HIi- .". -press now in their fifth year of touring .

i t' to change and tranition-social and crown in his palace at ". THREE GIBBS JC STUDENTSATTEl"'D have enlarged the original
have been foresighted enough
conomic. It, is :.something that cannot Miramar, a' castle on the NEW YORK UN casting from three to four
read the signs of the times, :.and.p members
b shore of the Adriatic Sea near INSTITUTEST. including a folksinger -
be resisted t'it be '
public-spirited enough to put the' can con Trieste. (In the years after PETERSBURGThree and have turned the readings -

long-range welfare of the city above trolled.A the Second World War, Tri ADDRESSES FAMU GRADUATES Gibbs Junior College coeds into a staged presentation

este was a free city, governed exercises at similar in style to their successful -
the private profit motive, have downtown revitalization pro- Following the 1964 commencement were among the more than 250
for by allied occup a tion Florida A&M University, where she was the first student leaders of the nation touring production of
launched in Gainesville
re-planning is not the
programs gram an- forces. The United States' Dylan Thomas' "Under Milk
woman commencement spaker in the history of the who journeyed to New York
orderly growth, city beautification, swer to all the community's prob- command had its headquarters institution, Judge Marjorie McKenzie Lawson, and last week for a UN Leadership Wood" of several seasons ago.

slum clearance, regulated housing, lems, but it is the imperative next in Maximilian's old cas Dr. George W. Gore Jr., watch the graduates scat- meeting. A newcomer to the players,

better recreational facilities and step in any comprehensive plan of tle. Legends abounded, manyof ter. Dr. Gore, president of the university, explainedthat They were Sophomores Lee Speich, will play the Bette

other city improvements. urban development. them excessively roman- he broke with tradition to invite the associate Gwendolyn Tim and H rriett Davis role on the current tour

tic, about the tender love affair judge of the Juvenile Court, Washington, D.C., as Rogers and recent honor grad- Miss Speich has been featuredin
between the prince and because there studentsin numerous off-Broadway productions
speaker were so many women uate Geraldine Leonard who
='il I his princess. Carlotta. The and recently toured
the graduating class. were chosen to attand the Nine-
princess was daughter of I extensively: in the title role in

Voice of the People Leopold ans.) I, king of the Belgi- DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS Sandy"Auntie will Mame.familiar" Actor to many Will

Carlotta and Maximilian audiences, having toured previously -
arrived in Mexico in June of with The Kaleidoscope
I The Great Fiscal
On The Sun's 1864. There is evidence that # GambleBy Players, The Vagabond:Playersand
=== Opinion Page: the new emperor meant well. with his own 'company presenting -

But he was imposed and sustained WALTER LIPPMANNFor omy. We now have preliminary THERE IS AS yet no evidence over 100 performances
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters by foreign troops. He returns which permit us of "The Fourposter.
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should some five months the that the planned deficit -
nor exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side; of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The was ill-advised. In 1865, he been busi- to make a preliminary inquiry has undermined business Founder and manager of the
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or ordered that all who fought country has doing based not on theory, but on company, Bill Fegan, will
intent. against the 'emperor be shot ness under an altogether unprecedented confidence. The most recent again tour with the.group. The

Lack of as you mention, since schools Teaching is a profession of when captured. Many Mexican fiscal policy. fact.THE EVIDENCE to date is government survey of business rising young folksinger, Robert
Reading all over the the caliber. notables were executed. With the adoption of the tax that the fears of the opposi- investment indicates:: that Colson, will participate: in the
country are reverting highest Money
Skills Meanwhile, Juarez, who had cut of $11.5 billion in Febru- sition are as yet unfulfilledand in the past year there has comedy proceedings and will
CripplesEDITOR to the inclusion of a will not make a better fled northward when Napoleon began for the first be "
ary, we that the hopes of the pro been an increase of 12 percent responsible forth selec-
phonetic basis for all reading teacher of anyone, but the invaded Mexico, prowled time in our history to operate in a at in purchases for plant tions from Sandburg's 'Amer-
ponents are measure
Sun: I want to instruction. A few
years ago R. R. F. can. Money "
program the hills, harassing and under deficit ican
a plannedto profits have Con Songbag.
least to be gone up.
just beginning
thank you for your editorial it was stated that there was will pay only for services He retaliated by
destroying. bring about full employ- fulfilled. None of this is, of sumer buying has gone up.
reference to the Reading Re- remedial reading in every rendered and parents want French-
shooting captured ment. conclusive. It is too There is a noticeable, thoughnot PERSONALS
course,
form Foundation in your pub- school in Florida, an extra both-in that order.
lication under the date of burden for all but a men. In the face of an estimated soon to be certain now about a large, decline in the Benjamin Williams is home

June 18th. You may be right sonal catastrophe for the per-un You may also be right BY LATE 1865 the United budgetary deficit of $5.5 billion what will happen as the expansion rate of unemployment, indicating with relatives after haveing

about the educational idiom taught.I about including this in polti- ,' the conservative policy continues, and there that while some unem- spent the past several: years at
being unintelligible to the cal platforms. The school is States, with the Civil War would have been io raise fore among critics and advo- ployment is "structural," the Veterans' Administration

general public, but the goalof know of no comparative an independent establishment ended, curtly notified Napoleon taxes in the hope of balanc- cates alike it is only sensibleto some of it is caused by slack Hospital at Tuskegee Ala.
statistics as to the crippling for the the Little, to cease and Instead the Miss Betty H. James and
emancipating every child afforded by parents ing the budget. keep an open and inquiring business.All .
effect of inadequate skill of their children.But desist in his attempt to set Miss Mattie K. Long, both of
from academic shortcomingsis teaching Kennedy-Johnson administration mind. to be sure, is not for the
very near to all our hearts. achievement in the primary since the results of poor up a French empire in Mex-bad has reduced taxes, an act Nevertheless, there is as best in the best of all possible Sanford, were visiting in the

The R. R. F. is composedof grades but it may well be the preparation such as school ico. Things were going which was bound at least yet no evidence that the worlds. The unsolved University City yesterday..

top level educators all over greatest crippler of all. Frus- drop-outs and juvenile delinquency ly 1866 in France. In withdrew February his at first to increase the defi worst fears are being realiz problems ahead of us-of the Mrs. Helen Foster of Tampa,
Napoleon whose visit here
tration and for the
country, who are concerned incompetence are are being bandied cities and of the past
our ed. Indeed there is impres- very poor-
basic to all economic and about in political'policy, troops, cynically abandoning cit.The two weeks has been pleasant,
with the elementary Maximilian to an unkind action was taken on the sive evidence to the con- are graver and more difficult left
curriculum, to the end that emotional problems of the shouldn't we include a major than those which be- yesterday for her home.
by we
fate. Carlotta departed for new theory, accepted trary. Thus, confronted by Miss
Carrie
every child reach his full potential growing and grown; and the cause of it in order to give Europe to plead for help. most, but not by all econo- the new tax law, many have lieve we are beginning to Clearwater William, of
based and effort to rebuild- passed through
maturity on early
in the communication thought mists that c/ solve. But the evidence does
Napoleon coldly refused. In a big expansion prophesied that it would Gainesville
mastery of the 3 R's cannotbe the foundation and eliminating yesterday en routeto
-
ing
\. skills, i.e. reading, writing Rome, she burst into the consumption and capital in- mean inflation, a flight from show that thus far the new Jacksonville.
captured by the adult the casualties?
(and arithmetic), at that leveL and vestment 'was to dollar destruction has not produced any
for quarters of the Pope necessary the of policy Samual Simmons of
learning the first time. MRS. E. SINCLAIR EATON Jack-
This plan is succeeding threw herself weeping on the overcome the chronic sluggishness confidence, bad business and of the bad results which its sonville, passed through

floor, pleading for help for of the American econ- increased unemploymentThese I opponents had predicted and Gainesville yesterday en routeto

r POTOMAC FEVERBy her emperor in Mexico City. omy during the past 10 years, fears can now be examined that, on the other hand, there St. Petersburg.MRS. .
Carlotta was removed to with its high rate of unem- against the concrete are impressive signs that the

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau her native Brussels and con- ployment and its rather low evidence which is now coming new policy is doing a great CLARA LLOYD BOUIE

fined in a castle nearby utilization of industrial capac- in.Thus. deal of good. Funeral services for Mrs.
Governor Scranton says Goldwater wouldn't do a good job of enforcing the hysterical and, doctors said we are not in the gripof IF IN THE END the experiment Clara Lloyd Bouie, of 425 N. W.

civil rights program.. Ridiculous! Everybody knows Barry is strong for the Insane. (In 1914, a sick old ity.FOR THE SAKE of the record price inflation. The Amer- works out, as it shows 6th St., will be held at the

rights. _ woman did not notice the we must recognize that ican wholesale price index signs of doing today, there Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
German troops who occupied this planned deficit on top of has remained constant since will be a change in the con- Church Friday at 1:30
Khrushchev isn't a very neighborly guy. He goes to Sweden and doesn'teven Brussels "id Belgium. It deficit is innovation It will p. m.
an unplanned an the beginning of 1958 and cept of fiscal integrity. with Rev. H. Kinsey officiat-
call on his old friend and employee Col. Stig Wennerstrom.That was 1927 before death came that goes beyond any- the American record of price no longer be identified with ing. Interment will follow in

-- for Carlotta.) thing the New Deal ever did stability has no equal In any an insistence on balancingthe the Pinegrove Cemetery.
baseball rivalry in New York is really bitter. The Yanks give
away under Roosevelt and Truman. large industrial country in the budget annually or even Her immediate survivors include
20,000 free tickets and the Mets strike. back by losing a perfect game. ON MAY 15, 1867 Maximil-- The experiment runs counter world. This has made possible biennially. It will be identified her children. Beatrice-

-- ian's army was defeated. He to the central principlesof a steadily increasing export with the purpose and Woolen, city; John Wilson
Haiti elects Papa Doe Duvalier president for life. Shows what can happenif was captured. On June 19
what is regarded as fiscal surplus, which is helpingto duty cf bringing total demand Uoyd, city; sister, Mrs. Mary
you live clean, never pull dogs' ears, and get somebody you can trust to he and his two commanderswere
integrity by such men reduce the international into balance with the labor Williams, Jacksonville; brother -
ballots. tried and condemned to
mark your as Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, payments deficit that power and the resources of Stonewall Dunart, Sarasota;
-- death order that
an was
Sen. Harry Byrd, Sen. Bar- has been so worrisome. The the country at a level where daughter-in-law: Gladys Taylor
Duvalier changed the Haitian flag without fuss or bother. Canada's Premier carried out immediately.In .
L Pearson: is visiting him next week to find out how. France Napoleon, the ry Goldwater and, indeed, it other contribution to a sounder there is adequate and ample, Uoyd: and son-in-law Walter

-- Little made concessions.The is fair to. say, a host of pub- international payments sit- but not excessive, employ Wooten. -

The California senate scrap should be exciting-Piano player Pierre Salinger press was freed. franchise lic men in both parties. The uation is that a business boomin ment of capital and labor. Relatives are asked tomeet
experiment began in Febru United States has madeit Among the rising genera- at the residence at .1:45"p.m..
the
vs. George Murphy, the ex-hoofer, in an exhibition of hand.to-foot combat. was granted. It was too '
-- late. In 1870 he was deposed. ary. We are nowin the attractive to invest American tion this concept of fiscal in- to form the procession to the

If LBJ is sincere -about protecting the consumer let's see him clamp downon Prussia humiliated France. midst of it, and tLe money dollars at home and to tegrity will come to be accepted church.

stores that charge as much for those new topless swimsuits as they do Victor Hugo came borne to freed for spending has begunto bring in hard currencies from as truly orthodox Duncan Brothers, morticians
work its effects in the and conservative. are in charge.
for (..Id fashioned two-piece bikinis. stay. econ- abroad.




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ON A TELEPHONE YOURSELF I Teen-Marriages- OversoldDAVIS I

_
:..... Calif. Unhappy) 13 and 17 are married every the University of California B
:, NEW YORK (AP) See as you talk telephone service
-:. IrnkinfpjNew York Washington and Chicago went into el- teen-age marriages are rapidly year and teen age marriageslast said teenage husbands earn i
feet today. becoming one of the nation's year produced about 600,000 little more than $2,000 a year!

Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson helped the Bell Telephone Co. major social problems, says a babies. on the national average. exalt
Inaugurate the system Wednesday. She talked from Washington University of California professor. THURS.
Robert 0. Herrmann, as- This is about a 'third of the
.
with Dr. Elizabeth A. Wood, a scientist in Bell r D e ,,
Laboratories here. sistant professor of business at average adult wage he said. I FRI.

Two teen-aged deaf mutes also conversed on the "Marriage and parenthoodhave ro
been oversold to America's
vision system, reading each other's lips on the 4-inch by 5-inch tele- children" Judson T. Landis, so- ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A ? J s SAT.
screens.
The rates are $16 for .the first three minutes between ciology professor, told a confer- SUN.
New York and Washington, $21 between Chicago and Washington ence .on marriage among the FLORIDA Swimming Pool
and$27 between Chicago and New York young.As

The Picturephone Centers are in Grand Central Terminal, a result, he said, teen- J028 N. MAIN GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Rivers
Construction Co.A
a Chicago office building and the National Geographic So- agers often view marriage as a by .
ciety building in Washington. symbol of adulthood or social I McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY & 1324 E. UNIVERSITY

acceptance and plunge headlong I' QUALITY POOL Backed by a I'' GRESHAM 12 W. UNIVERSITY
_ Story Time Has Four Tales into an unforeseen financial FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY ,
struggle. ---- I I 13TH PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13TH ST.

Story Time for children brary will be closed in observance Landis said than two I 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 i
.from 3 to 7 will be held at the I of the Fourth of July. more Priced at $3.000 to $3,500 ,
million American girls between
Gainesville Public Library Fri 1t I NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH I LAWN CHAIR CHAISE LOUNGE
day from 3:15 to 4 p.m. t II I

Nona Jean Hylton and Di- EACH POOL YOU CET I FOLDS FOR EASY CARRYING FOLDS FOR EASY
ane Ward, students in the Col- NOTICE CARRYING
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Their stories will include: Assessor will"meet with the City Commission on CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION I 3x6x3x4 STRAND WEBBING"
"Beauty and the Beast," "The Monday night, July 6, 1964, at 7:30 o'clock: in .WEBBING IDEAL FOR STRAND
White Cat," "Pecos Bill and the auditorium at the Utility Operations Center, RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. LAWN. BEACH, -WEBBING
CAMPING
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'r: Brides' BookTODAY I 5.by1ekise 5.

UJ 0 mEn inlO ReceptionTo birt7Heloi3f1 ;


June 25 Carlisle and Moffatt Harde-
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man Wylie Jr., 4 p.m., First Cruse '
Methodist Church Receptionat Honor I II

Rehearsal Dinner for Wy- Gainesville Golf and Country THE f fET1ILY I l
man-Pitz wedding party, Mr. Club. SO BE CAREs '
and Mrs. John G. Pitz, hosts, Wedding of Miss Paula DEAR HELOISE: I I ily made for this purpose and is dangerous. the screwdriver
,
Holiday Inn.Dinner Jean Wyman and FrederickH. The cushion springs in our. there are hundreds of different t._UL. However ;
excellent
CoupleProfessor chairs were "showing", after brands the market. method is an way
Pitz, 6:30: p. m., Faith By RUTH WEIMER Women's Editor so on week killers I
party complimenting Presbyterian Chapel, Me I. ; reading the idea about removing I suggest that you girls spot for using approved
Miss Chris Carlisle and rose. Reception following in the springs and putting in foam test a piece of the tread first, etc.
Hardy Wylie, Jr., Mrs. Henry Church Social Room. Dessert rubber cushions, we bought cushions -\ let it dry thoroughly, and then *
L. Gray Sr., and Mr. and Party and Mrs. Donald B. as near the correct sizeas SEE if it comes off on jour
Luncheon for of
out town
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Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr., 6:30 Wilcox have announced the marriage possible and cut them to fit.I, SHOES. Some do! DEAR HELOISE:
p.m., at the formers house- guests for the Carlisle-Wylie ..... They have HELOISE
of their daughter, Miss proven verysatisfactory. -
wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Bur- ''I' .' !: .f!!: I My daughter has come up
FRIDAY, June 26 ton Woodward, 11:30 p. m., a Ruth Lois to Armando P. Romero with a perfect solution for get-

Rehearsal honoring Miss 2114 West University Avenue. of Garcia, Colo. Also, we had rubber DEAR HELOISE: tion for getting her children tc
Chris Carlisle and Hardy Wy- Luncheon complimenting treads and runners on our I Dandelions just seem to love medical and vitamin
lie Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Miss Jean Thrasher, bride- The wedding took place on looked very grey. We washed But I-have found an.swallow
Wylie, 7 p.m., GainesvilleGolf elect of Wayne Rickman, Hol- April 27, at the Base Chapel, them and when they were my easy grass.way to get rid of them. I I pills and capsules. She lets them
and Country Club. iday Inn, Mrs.'Malcolm Alday, Royal Air Force Base, Milden thoroughly dried, we finishedthe :take a screwdriver, tip it in a take the capsules with watei
Bridesmaids luncheon hon- Mrs. Ernest Burch and Mrs. surface with self polishing and thrust! cold drink bottle.
hall, Suffolk, England. The small jar of gasoline from a
Robert Moore. J a $ liquid-shoe polish. The surfaceis
oring Miss Paula Jean dande-
Wy- this into the heart of the
bridal couple took a honeymoontrip the bottle puts thetlaoat
now of
shiny black andcna be The tilt
man, Mrs. I. X. Cheeves and SATURDAY, June 27 lion. Within a few days the dandelions -
Miss Julie Cheeves, 12:30 Luncheon honoring Miss Re- through the Lake country kept in that condition with a are dead and the gaso-, in a receptive positionand

p.m., Blue Room, Hotel becca Wanninger, 12:30 p.m, of England. damp cloth. line has not hurt the surrounding -i the pellet slides right down,

Thomas. Towerhouse, Mrs. B. R. Ford Ruth was graduated from .READER grass. even doe rhoaw qho dins it

Luncheon honoring Miss i and Miss Cherry Ford. n P.K. Yonge High School, from' MR. WALKERWe i most difficult to swallow pills.
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Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of SUNDAY, JUNE 28 MRS. M. L.
( yMn Wesleyan. College in Macon, Ga. Shoe polish is not ordinar- all know that gasoline I I L .
Wayne Rickman, Mrs. RalphG. Tea complimenting Miss :::
Leighty, 12:15 p.m., Holi- Jan King, Mrs. C. Wesley Larson After working in the Emory 1'I -
day Inn.SATURDAV. Mrs. Howard Wait, 3 to University Hospital she entered'the
June =7 5 p.m., Larson home, 1404 # U.S. Air Force and has been / I
Wedding of, Miss Christina NW 10th Avenue. a \ stationed in England for the,I "7 !. 'gzI'EIOIMI
past three years. She was a I
S xk, .. First Lieutenant assigned as officer Wit4 ENDOFTHEMONTH
a y
Luncheon ComplimentsMiss 'p y 4rri in charge of the large

I x"xv housing and hotel activity for I CLEARANCE SALE "
transients and members of the,I
Jane HannonMiss ,. permanent party at MATS base.'!I
; DRESSES ;
Jane Hannon, brideelectof honoree also received a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Romero have re-!; .
James A. Adkinson Jr., was'r silver from the hostesses.The : dz turned to the United States and', WERE 8.9?-14.99, :
complimented recently at a' luncheon guests were the r will visit Ruth's parents in! $4-$5-n
luncheon given at the Gaines-;honoree, Mrs. Hannon, Miss j a A Gainesville and Flrjler Beach NOW
ville Golf and Country Club, by June Dixon of Lake Wales, aunt t for a week, before reporting toj I
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Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Mrs. Jul- of the honoree, Mrs. D. T. Phil- --"" :: .V'.n. Maxwell Air Force Base, Mont-,, DRESSES

ian McCranie and Mrs. Henry'yaw, Mrs. R. C. Philips, Miss Pictured are Miss Mary Watson, left, and Mrs. gomery, Ala., where Mr. Romero -'! WERE 14.99-25.99,
T. Stanley. I Kit_Stanley, Miss Mary Ellen Joe Smallwood, right. is assigned to duty. \
The luncheon table was cen- McCranie, Miss Rosemary NOW $8$10$13WERE ;1
tered with a white and pink!Johnson, Mrs. David Bristowe, Mrs. Joe Smallwood, formerly with a corsage of carnation. Friends are invited to meet:'I I
floral arrangement, and ivy and Jr., Mrs. W. W. Hendricks III, Miss Jo Ann Maloney, daughterof and roses a.. a gift of silver. Mr. and Mrs. Romero at a' DRESSES 'I
grapes carried out the motif. I Miss Sarah Margaret Deck, Dean and Mrs. Frank E. Serving punch were Miss.. reception at the home of the ,
Miss Hannon, and her mother,I Miss Ann Deck, Mrs. George Maloney, was complimented at Elizabeth Maloney, Miss Betsy bride's parents, 1120 N.E. 5th 27.9-59.99 I
Mrs. Joseph W. Hannon, were I Harrison and Miss Gail Thomas. a dessert party given Tuesday Black and Miss Bonnie Enne-. Terrace, on Sunday from 4 to
presented with corsages. The, evening by Miss Mary Watson, king. 6 p.m. NOW 17-30]
at her home. Forty guests attended the

I Calendar Of Events I The honoree was presented party. Coin Club Ladies Dress Shop-2nd Floor

Bridal Luncheon Given I Meet Slated I

I Mrs. Albert Watson of stock and baby breath, centered S LADIES SUMMER BLOUSES
TODAY, June 25 I a.m., Holiday Inn. 20th An- stone Heights entertained KeY-I the table. The Gainesville Coin Club will, ,
20th Annual Garden Club meet tonight, at 7:30, at the: WERE 2999.99,
nual Garden Club Short I luncheon given on Tuesday, to I Places were marked for each '
Short Course, "Old Wives'Tales Chamber of Commerce Build- 1
1.50-4.00
Debunked," Course, Flower Arrangement, compliment Miss Paula Wy guest with a silver bridal shell ing. I NOW
program "Living Jewels At Our of Frederick The hostess presented Miss
bride-elect
Finger man, ,
presented by Jasper N. LADIES SUMMER SKIRTS
tips," 11 a.m., Norman Hall Wyman with a gift of silver Election of officers will be' ,
Joiner, Associate
Professor of [
Auditorium. Pitz.The and a blanket. held. WERE 39911.99,
the College of Agriculture, buffet table was covered -)
10:30 a.m, College of Agriculture SUNDAY, June 28 with a white linen and 1 i NOW 2.00-9.00
; Annuals and Biennials, lace tablecloth, which was used 1.
Annual Reception, Mr. and LADIES FAMOUS MAKE SWIM SUITS
Miss Mary Noble, 2:30 p.m, at Mrs. Watson's wedding. S
McCarty Auditorium; Roses, Mrs. John H. Ward, 3 to 6P.M. WERE 109924.95,
Jack L. Longmire, Jacksonville ., 1500 East University A silver bowl holding an arrangements -
Rose Society, 4:20 p.m. Avenue. of white pompons t NOW 8.00-18.00
McCarty Auditorium." _:-:1
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Beginning Corsage craft i il Sportswear Shop-2nd
E.O.M.End
Mrs. Ivan L. Van Horn, 2:30 ,I ,
to 5 p.m., Broward Recreation I'' S rI ., .
Hall. of the Month I "fix

Advanced Corsagecraft, SALE!
Mrs. Alec Stefan, 2:30: to 5 I ,
3 lb x9 1 xa
p.m., Broward East Recrea- A rM
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Summer Fun Paint- ,.pv Aa
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215, Florida Union. = SPORTSHIRTS ; S4ga,

Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Ql
2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. < '

FRIDAY, June 2fi I' r I y' w F.

Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 I IVY &


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To vary that can of cream I SPECIAL
of potato soup, add whole- I FAMOUS
kernel corn or mushrooms. If .
you have leftover cooked corn 0 nhJ 2592500
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on the cob, just cut off the / SWEET MUSICbraT
kernels and use them. If the 1 i /f/\ +r
mushrooms fresh Matching wedding and
are they : engagement ,ias
may be cooked lightly in but- rings share six ; .'; G; t. : FAMOUS MAKF
ter or margarine before add : round diamonds set in rich '
ing to the soup.Coleslaw. ,! 'l 1 14K gold E \ MEN'SWALK
NO MONEY DOWN

SnacksMake t $5 Monthly Z-/Mtritio I *.*!erg,,"to .\..., itU '. ; L )bir3PP.


some coleslaw with
oldfashioned "boiled" dress 4 SHORTS
ing; serve the s law with _
frankfurters on buns for delicious e9. :fl
snacks. LIGHT OR DARK SOLID COLORS t i ]

SIZES 30 TO 42. REG. 4.00-6.00 :
VALUE
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E.O.M. LADIES SALE' 2.993.99NORMAL )


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SHOE CLEARANCESPRING
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Were 9.99 to 11.99 NOW 7.90 FORSHAPING'

Were 7.99. to 9.99' . . NOW 5.90 I PLEATED frk ji ji
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and flat styles in
an array ,
COTTON !j. *
"CONCERTINA" GIRDLES
of colors. All our
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regular I a a No. 621 Girdle, REG. 7.95. SALE 6.49

SLACKSORIG. No. 631 Pantie, REG. 7.95 SALE 6.49

-U. S. Kedette ClearanceOUR No. 661 SALE 7,99No.
9.99 Long Leg, REG, 10.00

ENTIRE STOCK, were 3.99 to 5.99 NOW L.97ladies S 663 Extra Long, REG. 10.95 SALE 8.99
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[:} Needlework Expresses Individuality !


SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
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l ? By LISA HAMMEL ardized In our prefabricatedhouses brain work come when I am An extensive knowledge of American uniforms for the

l 3fom !nrk Sfmm I ," Miss Huebner said using my hands. More crea- art styles and periods helps! military academy at West iON
NEW YORK That women, recently."I tiveness would do away witha Miss Huebner in her restora- Point ("I felt like a tailor,
around the country are taking think there is a strong lot of neuroses." tions. Not long ago, she was sewing those trousers"), CoP-'
to embroidery hoop and weave longingfor individuality to- commissioned to restore what tic embroideries dating to 200
ing loom in increasing numbers cay and for expressing crea- The German born textile appeared to be an 18thcenturywall A.D., delicate old laces and SALE NOW
hardly surprises Marianne ,I tiveness. The business wom- historian sees a practical as hanging for the Torontoart late Renaissance altar cloths. I
Huebner has well as a therapeutic side to museum.As THROUGH JULY
who has been plying an monotony even in the Her own private collection of
an experts needle for almost very best job. The married weaving and needlework. she worked she noticed antique textiles ranges over
50 years. woman feels abused about beIng "The handwork is of
part an some stitched scenes in the many styles and centuries.
Miss Huebner, an attractive a mother and housewifeand urge to make a home out of a background of the tapestry that
gray haired, blue-eyed woman the machine does every- house. It also enables people to did not seem to belong to an .
sIn
in her early 60's, is an expert thing anyway. have much finer things than 18th century mode. She rippedout
in restoring antique textiles. S t they would be able to buy," said the work she had done, addition to private students -I "
She also teaches needlework Miss Heubner, who has also then ripped out the 18th-century Miss Huebner teaches a j
and weaving and lectures on art Miss Hue b n er added that done interior decorating.Miss design and found underneaththe class in weaving at the Riverside &i7TTt
and textile history. "needlework is an extremely which Church in studio i
Huebner inherited her original tapestry, a overlooking -
The increasing interest in feminine thing to do and some- aunt's shop and textile collection dated to the 16th century. the Hudson River. She
handwork, Miss Huebner be- thing that is apparently neglect.
as a in says that she is just as muchat *
woman
young
lieves, arises from modern wo ed in the American woman's Frankfurt after World War 1. Miss Huebner's clients- have home with the contemporary CONCERTINA
man's need to express her individuality education."We She came to this country in 1939 ranged from European royal abstract designs her students j. girdle
as well as to reas- are going overboard and re-established contact with houses to churches, museums, create on small hand looms as
sure herself of her femininity. with brain work for I schools and private collectors.She the Renaissance tapestries she
women, many Americans who had been ,., ., .
"We have become so stand she sakJ. I"My best ideas for clients 1 restores. "
of the shop In Germany. has restored early ""\0 .,.

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all bank customers can make checking deposits, installment loan
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pumps with the new
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Atheist's Family AT AMA CONVENTION I Police, Fire ReportAccident I

Finds Roundup p.m. yesterday. ONE GET ONE
Refuge Involved in accidents reported -, Rutha T. Garland, 286-4 Corry,, BUY
Job Stress Hurts HeartBy to the Gainesville Police Department Village, and Robert J. Perry-;
In HonoluluHONOLULU and Alachua County man, 1815 SE 50th St., at NW. FREExa
I Sheriff's Office in the past 24 16th Ave. and N. Main St. at'
(AP) Atheist WILLIAM C. HARRISONSAN I lawyers.In House of Delegates saying that hours were: 1:30 p.m. yesterday.
Madalyn Murray's family has FRANCISCO (AP) A, addition, he said, security the AMA recognizes "a signifi- Lonnie Barnes, 517 NE 15th
moved into a temporary home' New York heart specialist, reporting -analysts and security traders on cant relationship between ciga- St., and a parked auto in the Louisiana State has won the, I I I
in Honolulu after receiving var-: on a survey of 12,000 the New York Stock Exchangewere rette smoking and the incidenceof 800 block of W. Univ. Ave. at Southeastern Conference track
1
ious offers of shelter-including professional persons, said today: compared. lung cancer and certain other 5:27 p.m. yesterday.Ann .
title five times in the last
one from a church. I that job stress is closely linkedto Persons who said they never diseases', and that cigarette D. Preston, 1102 NW 44th seven"
The Rev. Delwyn Rayson, a coronary heart disease_but had smoked showed significantly smoking is a serious health haz- Ave., and Laura M. MacMillan EXHIBIT
Congregationalist minister, said smoking may not be. higher coronary heart disease ard." But it didn't mention ,. 1901 NW 36th Drive, at NW
he hoped the embattled Mary The survey covered 14 oc-!rates than those who stopped heart disease specifically. 13th St. and 16th Ave. at 2:55: I 1 years.Electrical sf fhe
land atheist "finds peace and cupational groups with "obvious -smoking before their attack or YORK WORLD'S FAIR

happiness in Hawaii." differences" in job tensions, before the. time of the question- NEW -- .' ....... .,..
The Unitarian Church said it said Dr. Henry I. Russek, con- naire if there was no attack, BETTER u. g J.. i
would offer the Murray family sultant in cardiovascular dis- Dr. Russek reported at the an- FIXTURES
refuge. ease, U.S. Public Health Service nual convention of the American Residential Commercial OVER 1,000 STORES FROM COAST To COAST
Mrs. Murray, her mother, hospital, Staten Island. Medical Association. Industrial
Bonna Mays; her brother, JohnD. Dr. Russek listed those surveyed "These findings cast doubt MERCHANDISE CALL
Mays Jr.; sons Garth, 9, and in order of decreasing upon the alleged role of smok- C. P. Dressier
Bill, 18; and Bill's bride, the stress: General medical practi- ing in the genesis of coronary 376-7588
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Associated Press Sports Writer MURRAY mASS nside-the-park homer in the run in the fifth when Rich fbi

Walter Alston didn't appreciate Associated Press Sports Writer four-run first triggered the tri lins doubled, went to third on a

8 Pilot? the beating his Los Angeles Willie Smith is in a rut, and Homer Aid umph. Boston rookie Tony Co sacrifice bunt and scored on
Dodgers took in the National Triple
the Los Angeles Angels hope it nigliaro fell into the left-field Harmon Killebrew's sacrifice

League All-Star poll the other. gets even deeper. stands trying to catch Hansen's fly Bob Chance hit a two-run

day but it's unlikely he'll demand Smith from thepitcher's in the
a refugee drive. homer for Cleveland
When a of sportswriters idling around one day got the
gang a recount.
i mound delivered the
news that Kansas City Athletics' owner, Charles Finley Alston will take base hits over Eighth Win in RowKansas Conigliaro was unconsciousfor fourth.
hit for < ,
game-winning the third
had given manager Eddie Lopat the pink slip for Mel Mc- ballots any day and the Dodgers a while but recovered before t:: .>>'- { .
consecutive night the
as Angels going to the hospital where .
Gaha of the scribes made announcement. have '
one a startling been on a hit rampage ; ''" '
"You know who the next manager of the Athletics probably since their shutout in the NL' whipped Washington 9-5 preliminary X rays revealed "" "" \ ', < W'':,, i ''>', .1

will be when Finley gets tired of McGaha, don't you?" player vote for the 1964 Classic. I Wednesday.The City tonight would vault Smith wasn't the only big hit bruises of the left ankle, knee : r'

he asked. The Dodger s, punchless newly converted outfielder them into a tie for sixth. I ter for the Angels. Power hit cap and wrist. ., 's ,

Most of the scribes had to answer in the negative. throughout the early part of the drove in five runs with a Smith's lastest performancewas safely four times and Jim Pier- The Tigers outslugged the ,. ., .

"Haywood Sullivan," came, the surprising revelation. season, exploded for the second homer and a triple, lifting Los : an abbreviated one he sail and Bob Perry three each. !'Athletics on the hitting of Gates ,

For those who may not have been up-to-date on the exploits time in three days Wednesday, Angeles to its eighth straight 'didn't enter the game until the Dick Phillips had three hits for I Brown and Dick McAuliffe. ;;. ,. "

of the former University of Florida football-baseball star, burying Milwaukee 15-1 behinda victory, longest streak in the :fifth inning. Still he raised his the Senators. Reliever Bob Lee !Brown hit two homers for three .
:
he currently is managing Birmingham of the Southern Leaguefor 19-hit barrage good for 32 majors this season and longestin batting average 21 points to picked up his fourth victory, all runs batted in while McAuliffe

the Athletics. title bases. the team's 3&-year history.The .340 and increased his RBI totalto against Washington.A drove in three with two singles

And doing right well. The offensive binge was the home run, his third, camein 15 in 50 times at bat. three-base throwing error and a homer. Rocky Colavito

As of last report, the Barons are heading the loop and Sul biggest thus far for the world the seventh inning after Vic Despite his monotonous on- by relief pitcher Stan Williamsin sparked a five-run Kansas City

livan's'work with the club has drawn nothing but praise. champions, topping their 15-hit Power singled and Jim Fregosi slaught, Smith proved he is fal the eighth inning led to theYankees' fourth inning with a three-run

( output in Monday's 10-9 victoryover walked and lible. When he homer. 'w
wiped out a 5-3 def appeared as a downfall. The error

He Wanted to Stay the Braves. cit. He added a triple in the pinch hitter in the fifth, he came on a bunt by Willie Kirk- Alvis Blasts Pair

Wills, Roseboro Hit eighth, again sending in Power reached first base only becauseof land with two men on, none out Max Alvis led the Indians'
Sullivan gave up several years of potential major league The contributions of Maury
and Fregosi. an error. .
attack
and the tied 4-4. first-game hitting two '
playing time to become a manager for' the Athletics. He told Wills and John Roseboro to score ,

why in a recent interview with Harold Harris of the Knoxville, Wednesday's route undoubtedly He's Done It Before And after lashing the triple, Williams, trying for a force at homers, one a grand slam in the ,'..", t ". ,
The night before, the 25yearold he off third six-run third. Al Smith drove in
Tenn., Sentinel. soothed Alston's feelings fur- was picked by third, flipped the ball into left 4 \ \ "

Smith socked a two-run catcher Mike Brumley as Bob field permitting Bob Saverineand three runs, two on a homer in
..
"Sully, only 33 today, said, "Let's put it this way. At best ther. The manager was particularly \- "
miffed when neither was homer for a 2-0 Angels' victoryand Duliba struck out.Yanks Jerry Adair to score. Kirk- the fifth. Dick Donovan scat-

named to the first or second Monday night he singled Bow land raced to third from wherehe tered eight hits in going the dis ,A,,:: '

All-Star teams. home the deciding run. In other AL games, Baltimore scored on Dick Hall's.bunt.. tance. '

,, Wills stroked four singles and The Angels' spurt has left defeated New York 7-4, Chicago Peters Stops Sox Dick Stigman gave up six hits \ '{ i i

drew a walk in five times at bat, them in eighth place in the trounced Boston 8-1, Detroit bat- Gary Peters hurled a five- and struck out 12 in the Twins' \h

American League but has tered Kansas 9-5 and Minnesota hitter for his ) ,,, '-' ,. ." -
City
scored three runs, drove in one eighth victory triumph. Sam McDowell lost his

and stole his 24th and 25th placed them only two games nipped Cleveland 3-2 aft. against three defeats for Chi first game after winning three JThurs.,.. June 25 Pg. .r... t

bases. Roseboro hit a home run, away from fifth. A victory over er losing 12-3. cago. Ron Hansen's two-run Minnesota scored the deciding .. y\. j

I hiS second of the season.

Elsewhere in the NL, Phila-

delphia outlasted Chicago 9-8, All Yanks Need
I had two, maybe three years left. They made me a proposition San Francisco shaded Cincin- : I

to manage. I wanted to stay in the game, so I tookit.
nite 2-1 Houston trimmed St.
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The ex-Gator quarterback (football) and catcher (baseball) New Louis York 7-5 and 3-1.Pittsburgh topped PITTSBURGH abrhbi NEW YORK abr h bi 'Wild William Night Game Wyatt ... 3 1.3 3 3 3 2 2
WASHINGTON LOS ANGELES Grzenda 1 2 0 0 0 0
said, "I had a few baseball nibbles when I was in high The Dodgers' assault on five Bailey Schofield 3b ss A 4111 1 2 Kranep'l Hickman 1b.d.4010 4000 abrhbi abrhbi HBP-By Sherry (Gentile). T-2:40. A-
school at Dothan, Ala., but they weren't interesting enoughfor Clemente rf 4OlOHunt 2b 4010 Blas'ame 2b 4 0 1 0 Piersall If '5132 ,411..
Milwaukee pitchers helped Don Valentine If 4 0 1 1 Power 3b-lb 5240 Night Gamo
to consider. So I went to Florida football schol- Stargell 1b 4 0 2 2Altman If 4020
me on a Kennedy 321 Fregosi ss 3211 BOSTON CHICAGO
breeze to his 10th vic Lynch If 2000Chrt'pher r141 11
Drysdale
@ Nrm tfnrk mtmrn King rf 4221 Clinton rf 2000 abrhbi abrlibl
arship. I knew I wanted to play either pro football or base- Mota If 1000 Gonder c 4030
tory. The big right-hander Brumley c 5021 Smith ph-rf 3125 Schilling 2b 4000 Buford 2b 4121
ball. The football Cardinals drafted me but I chose base Burgess C 4000 Jackson pr 0000 By ARTHUR DALEY Phillips Ib 4031 Adcock Ib 4000 Conigliaro If 1 0 1 0 Robinson rf 4110
VIrdon cf 4000 C.Smith 3b.4 0 0Mazeskl
in with and
chipped a single Lock cf 4000 Duliba p 1000 Mantilla If 1110 Landis cf 3001
2b 3 1 1 0 Samuel 3020
ball. ss Brinkman ss 3 0 1 0 Perry cf 4130 Y'trze'skl cf 400IWard 3b 5111
double and drove in a run. Friend p 4010 Taylor ph 1000 NEW YORK The sedate Yankees, long time apostles of Osteen .. Stuart Ib
p 2lioRodgersc 110 4000 Nicholson If 4100
Sullivan likes managing. "You begin to appreciate some of The victory left Los Angelesone Cisco Kanehl p ph 1 1000 0 0Can'nro the conservative ploy, jarred their admirers clean out of their Zimmer ph lOIOKnoop2b 100 Malzone 3b 3020 Hansen ss 4222
the things were told but could not always accept or understand Cottier pr 0 0 0 McBride p 000 Thomas rf 4000 McCraw Ib 3270
you 1 0 0 0Totals
victory short of the .500 ph high-buttoned shoes the other day by descending to the use Torres ph 0 001 Bressoud ss 3000 Carreon c 4030
34 3 I 3 Totals 35 110 1
when you were playing, he said. of D.Lee p 010 Tilman c 3010 Peters p 4022
mark and 2Vi behind a promotional gimmick to stimulate sagging attend-
games .. .. .. .. .
under- Pittsburgh 101 000 100-3 Satriano 3b 1 000 Connolly p 0000
The Barons' skipper said, "You begin to see and fourth-place Cincinnati.It New York ..... ....... ... COO 000 001-1 ance figures. The Bronx Bombers gave away 20,000 ticketsto Totals 34 5 13 4 Totals 38 15 9 Earley p 1000

stand why certain things need to be done, why others should also bolstered Alston's case E-Schofield 2. DP-Pittsburgh 2, New taxi drivers. This would as unseemly as the dow Washington ... .. .. .. .. 002 100 200-5 Melias ph 1000
appear Williams 1 0 0
.., .. .. .. ph 0
be. different understanding of York 1. LOB-Pittsburgh 7. New York 8. Los Angeles 000 300 33xE -'
not It gives you an entirely Totals 30 I 5 1 Totals 35 813 7
I for adding several Dodgers to 2B-Schofield. HRChristopher.IP ager president of the ladies' auxiliary doing cartwheels at
'f the game, the players and also the management's views. It'sa he'll H R ER aB SO the church festival. DP-Kennedy, Koch Rodgers Knoop 2.I Boston .. .. ,. .. one coo 000-1
the All-Star squad manage strawberry -Washington 2. Los Angeles 3. LOB-
Friend, W, 6-6 .. 81-2 10 1 1 1 4 ChicagO 401 010 20x-8
real challenge. against the American League on McBean .. .... 2-30 0 0 0 1 Up to now the Bomber product has been top-calibre base Washington 11 Los Angeles 8. DP-Chlcago 1. LOB-Boston 5. Chicago
Cisco L. 3-9 .. ..7 7 3 3 3 3 2B-Klng Perry. 3B Smith. HR-'
July 7.John. Hunter .. ... ...2 1 0 0 0 1 ball, artfully and attractively packaged. It once was a big Smith (3). SB-Osteen. Blasingame,, 9*2B Peters,
Bad Back Hurt CareerSullivan Hansen. 3B-Mantilla, Robinson
Herrnstein's seventh-in A WPCIsco.. PB-Gonder. T 2:36. and consistent seller. It still is, on the road, but sated home- Koch. SF-Valentine Torres.IP H R ER BB SO HR-Hansen (7). SF-Landis.

home proved decisivefor LOS-10,652.ANGELES MILWAUKEE town fans don't bestir themselves the they did. A Osteen .. ....... 32-3 6 3 0 1 2 IP H R ER BII SO
ning run way once ..... Connolly, L, 1-' .. 2-34 4 4 2 0
,
lived to his promise after he sign- abrhbi abrhbi Koch L 2-3 3 1-3 5 3 3 1 0
never quite up the league-leading Phillies, Wills SS 4341 Cline cf 4010 fickle fandom has let itself become enamoured by the zany Kline .......... 1-3 3 3 3 0 0 Earley .. ... 3 1.3.4 1 1 1 5
ed Red Sox bonus for estimated 55000. A .... ... SpanswlCk .... 3 5 3 3 2 1
Boston .
a pact an Trace'ski ss 1 0 0 0 de la Hoz ph 1 0 0 0 Rudolph 0 1 0 0 0 0
who blew an early 5-1 lead. Mets with their propensity for getting involved in the bizarre, Redzlk ......... 2.3 0 0 0 0 1 Radatz .. .... 1 0 0 0 0 2
Gilliam 3b 5 2 2 Boiling 2b 3000
severe back injury was the major cause. .. ... Peters, W 8.3 5 1 1 3 7
Richie Allen hit a three-run W.Davis 4234Aaron rf 3000 the unexpected, the unusual and heroics in reverse. McBride .. 32-3 6 3 3 3 0
He batted .295 for Albany in the Eastern League in 1952, T.Davis S222Meye If 4110 Osinskl ....,.... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 WP-Connolly 3. Peters. PB-Tlllman.
homer for the Phils, his 14th of Fairlyib. 5023 Bailey e 2210 Even when the Yanks ,moved spectacularly into the league D.Lee .._........21-33 2 1 1 1 T-2:<<. A-17.211.Night
I was in the Army in 1953-54 and spent 1955 with Louisville, of R.Lee W. 4-4 .... 2-31 0 0 0 0 Came
3110 lead
\S the and Ernie Banks Howard rf 51.11Torre1b last Sunday for their first such to the this NEW YORK
.. called him to .the year, Roseboro 4111 Mathews 3b 4012 surge top, Duliba ......... 2 3 0 0 D 1 BALTIMORE
the American Association before the' Bosox
his for the Cubs eminently item buried. On that Rudolph faced 1 man in 8th. abrhbi abrhbi
newsworthy
poked eighth Torborg c 1000 Menke ss 3 0 2 2N.Olivel' was same day Llnz 3b 4012 Brandt cf 5232
HBP-By McBride (Brinkman Kennedy
a I majors. tying Joe DiMaggio for 13th position Drysdale 2b p 5220 4221 Cloninger Blas'ame pOD p 1 0 0 0 0 0 the Mets were victimized by Jim Bunning's perfect game. ). WP-Osteen. T-2:52. A-5,037. RlChdsofl2b40i0Jn ss SOlO
with the Red Sox in 1955 two Mantle cf 4010
two Brown
lie played only games Night Gamo c 0000
on the all-time circuit list. Parker ph 1000 Ranew ph 1000 So the Mets got front page attention and countless columnson CLEVELAND MINNESOTAab Man's rf 41 I Powell If 4111
in 1957' and four in 1959. In 1960 he 52 Spahn ph 1000
I more played games. the h H Tresh If 3100 Cimoli If 0000
Orlando Cepeda's two-run Carty ph 0000 inside. They have an uncanny knack of capitalizingon r abrhbi
and batted only .191. He was traded to Kansas City in 1961, Totals 4415 If 15 Totals 30 4 7 4 Howser ss 4010 Versalles ss 4 0 1 1 Pepitone Ib 4010 Siebern Ib 4010
homer backed the 14-strikeout, failure while continuous success by the Yankees has become Davalillo cf 4010 Rollins 3b 4120 Howard c 3110 Robinson 3b 3 0 I I
played 117' games and hit .242. In 1962 he batted .%is and Los Angeles ... .... .... 340 120 5110-15 Wagner If 409 OOliva rf 3000 Boyer ss A I 1 Orsino c 4010
seven-hit pitching of Ron Herbelin Milwaukee ..........._.. 000 300 001- much too commonplace.The Romano c A 1 1 Kitlebrew If 2001 Ford p 0000 Saverine pr 0100
last year, after skidding to .212, he was sent to Portland in the Giants' victory over the E-None. DP Los Angeles 3. LOB- Yankee dynasty and the Yankee image were both created Alvis 3b 2000 Allison Ib 4010 Moore ph 1010 Adair Jb 4120
Williams p 2 0 0 0 Kirkland rf 2 1 1 0
the Pacific Coast Chance Ib 4112 Hall cf 3000
League. Reds. Herbel's strikeout total Los 2B Angeles W. Davis 4, Milwaukee Wills T. Davis.6. Drys- by Ed Barrow, a man who despised frills. He had a Smith rf 4000 Battey C 2110 Blanch'd ph I 0 0 0 Roberts p 1110 I.
Florida football fans will tell anyone within earshot that in the 3B T. in his Brown 2b 3010 Kindall 2b 3011 Haddix ph-p 1000 t
Mathews.
was a single-game high dale Gilliam Cline willing accomplice manager, Marse Joe McCarthy, Hall
baseball cut short two banner for the Gators. Davis. HR Howard (17), Roseboro (2). McDowell p 2 0 0 0 Stigman p 3110 p 1011
grid -
pro years also Totals 34 4 8 4 Totals 34 7 I) 5
I NL this season. SBWills 2. S-W. Davis. SFMenke.IP who despised frills. But when Larry MacPhail, one of Moran ph 1010 \
One was 1952 when Sullivan would have played. Florida scored in the H R ERBBSO the first of the Totals 32262 Totals 25373 New York .. .. .. .'" GOO 400 OOO-C '
still went 7-3 and beat Tulsa in the Gator BowL The other Houston six runs Drysdale. W, 10-4 .8 5 3 3 A 3 promotional geniuses, succeeded Barrow in Cleveland ... .. .. 000 200 000.-2 Baltimore . .. .. 220 000 93*-7E
seventh, overcoming a 3-1 deficit Perranoskl! ...1 2 1 1 2 0 the front office, things began to pop. He even introduced Minnesota ... . .. 001 110 OOx-) -Williams (2). LOB-New York

was 1958 when halfback Bernie Parrish signed with the and chasing St. Louis starter Cloninger Blasingame U 5-7....... 3 2.3 1-3 4 6 3 5 3 5 0 1 0 2 such things as fashion shows. McCarthy gazed dourly on the E-Davalillo, Stigman. DP-Cleveland 1, Baltimore I.2BMoore.., 5. I

Cincinnati Reds. Without Parrish the Gators were 6-3-1 and Sadecki. Singles by Mike Olivo ...._....... 21-3 7 6 0 3 dolls. Minnesota 1. LOB-Cleveland' 5, Minnesota inson. Llnz Brandt, Johnson, Rob. I
Ray ............ 4.2B HRBrandtKlrkland, Had
barely lost to Mississippi in the Gator Bowl. Hoeft 2-3 2 1 1 0 0 dix. SF
White, Joe Gaines and Nellie Tlefenauer ..... 2 0 0 0 0 1 "Why do we need anything more than winning baseball?" -Stigman, Rollins 2, Battey Allison. -Robinson. IP H'R ,
With Sullivan and Parrish around for those two seasons- WP-Drysdale, Cloninger. T-2:36. A- he asked. HR-Chance (I). S Oliva. SF-Killebrew. Ford ..2 7' ERBBSO
Fox delivered three runs. Jerry IP H R ERBB SO A 0 0
well your guess is as good as the next fellow's. 1.734.: McDowell L. 3-1' 6 3 3 3 Williams L, 0-1 4 4 3 0 2 3
,
Grote singled in two more ard Night Cam McCarthy finally quit when he no longer could stand Mac- Siebert .. .2 1 0 0 0 2 Roberts 4 4 A 2 2
But that would be something, wouldn't it? Haywood Sul- CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA Haddix . 2 0 0 0 0 0
the sixth scored on reliever abrhbi abrhbi Phail and MacPhail didn't last much beyond that defection. Stigman W 4-4 6 2 2 2 12 Hall, W 5-0 3 2
livan the of the Kansas Athletics! WP-Stigman. T-2:21. A-23,704. 0 0 0 I
as manager City Stewart 2b 4231 Taylor 2b 5012 T-2:2. A-34,528.: I"
Mike Cuellar's throwing error. Rodgers ss A 0 1 Herrnst'n Ib 5221 In came George Weiss, an even colder man than Barrow. Night Game Twilight Came

White paced the Colts' attack Williams If 5 1 1 Callison rf 5110 But conservatism was not totally restored because Weiss DETROIT KANSAS CITY CLEVELAND MINNESOTA
Santo 3b 4111 3b 4123 abrhbi abrhbi
with four hits. Banks Ib 4 1 3 Covington If 2110 brought to the stadium that amiable! whack, Casey Stengel.The Lumpe 2b 4220 Causey IS 3120 Hawser ss abrlibl 5000 Versa lies ss abrhbl 4122
down the Mets Cowan cf 5111 Sievers ph 1 0 0 0Gabrlson electric Brown If S 2 2 Williams 2b 4110 Davalillo cf 5110
Suns Hand Faul Bob Friend set personality of the 01' Perfessor bathed the Rollins 3b 4010
Kaline rf I 0
rf 5 1 3 0 Baldschun p 1 0 0 0 1 Alusik ph: 1000Cash Wagner If 5231 Oliva rf
for the 12th straight time in his SChaffer c 3000 Green p 1000 Yanks with more color and appeal than they'd had since the Ib 4l0oCharles 3b 4110 Romano c 41 1 Killebrew If 4000 4000
I Broglio p 0000 Gonzalez cf 3210 Freehan c Si 1 Colavito rt 4113 Alvis 3b 523 5 Hall
cf
: 4111
career but needed relief help Elston p 1 01 Dalrumple c 5121 1 days of Babe Ruth. Demeter cf 5131 Gentile Ib 2100 Chance Ib 3320 Allison Ib 4030
from Al McBean after Joe Clemens ph 0 0 0 1 Rolas ss 4132 McAuhffe SS 5 1 3 3 Bryan C 4010 Smith rf 4233 Battey c 2000
Ott ph-rf 1100 Mahaffey p 0000 Wert 3b 5131 Jimenez If 4010 Brown 2b 5011 McCabe
His First DefeatBY Christopher homered in the Brings pfi-lf 2010 Stengel Weiss ChasedIn Rakow p 1000 Green pr 0000 Donovan p 3100 Goryl 2b c 2000 4000
ninth. Willie Star eIl drove in I Totals 31 114 I Totals 38 tU 1 Sherry p 3000 Mathews dADO 0 Roland p 0000

Chicago .. .. .. 111 020 030-8 Segul p 1000 Whitby p 1000
two Pirate runs and Dick Scho- Philadelphia .... ... .. 503 000 10xE -' their infinite wisdom a few years ago Del Webb and Pfister p 1000Wyatt 1000! Kostro ph 1000

TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS and Dan-ell Sutherland recorded I field knocked in the third. -Santo, Rodgers. Baldschun. DP Dan Topping decided that Stengel and Weiss had outlived Tartabull p ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 3t 12 14 11 Mincher Tola's ph 35 1 3 1 8 1 3 o
11, Philadelphia Totals 41 t IS 8 Totals 34 5 73
Philadelphia 3. LOB-Chicago their usefulness because old Both chased into .. .. . ..
o age. were Cleveland 1M 021 002
12
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The trouble with Jacksonville's his seventh victory againstno 10. Detroit .. ... ... .. ... 310 112 100- .
Minnesota
Suns hurler Duval WinsDuval 2B-Gabrielson. Covington. HR Williams retirement but both bobbed up across the river with the Kansas City .. .. .. K8 500 000-5 i 000 COO 821- 3
Syracuse (18), Banks (8). Allen (14) Herrn. E-None. DP ,
losses in -Minnesota I LOB-Cleve
Bill Faul will tell is that winning the night- stein (4). Mahaffey. SFClemens.IP Mets and the Yanks have been regretting it ever since. In a E-Sherry. Gentile McAuliHe. DP-Detroit J land 5, Minnesota 5.
you, Elementary scored a H R ER BBSOBroglio. one-man campaign without parallel in the history of sports 1, Kansas City 1. LOB-Detroit ., 2B-Rom.no Smith, Mincner, Allison.
they just don't have any respect U 3-7 .. 1.3' 5 5 1 0 Kansas City i 4. HR-Alvis 2 (II). Smith (2), Ve'sailes
records. cap.Meanwhile, the Bisons led by I 6-1 win over Community Rec- Burdette .. .. .. 1 2-3" 3 3 1 0 01' Case used some strange alchemy to make his Mets 2B-Demetel' HR-Brown 2 (5), Wert i(7). HallS). SB-Wagner.
,
for Shantz ......... 2-3 1 I 0 1 0 (3), McAuhrfe (10), Colavito (16). SB- IP H R ERBBSO
reation Center in a Little .......... the darlings of New York.If Kaline.
Faul carried an unblemished Duke Carmel with two home Elston 11-3 1 0 0 1 1 Donovan W 3-4. I 3 3 0 3
Ron- Slaughter ...... 3 2 1 1 0 2 attendance IP H R ERBBSO Roland, L. 2-6 2 2-3' 7 7 3 3
yesterday. the Bombers wanted their
to restore
League
8-0 record into the game with runs and five hits in all and game McDaniel ...... 1 0 0 0 0 0 really Rakow .. .. ... 3 5 5 A 2 21 Whitby 31-3 S 3 3 0 2 I
ald Caldwell had the lone hit Mahaffey ....... 11-34 2 2 2 1 figures to the 2,000,000-plus it was in MacPhail's era, they Sherry.W.4-4..6 2 0 0 1 6 Shiffleft . 2 2 0 0 0 1
the International League lead- Elliott with homer Roebuck ....... 12-31 1 1 1 1 Segul .. ... .. .. 31-375222! Pleis 1 1 2 2 2 2
Larry
ers Wednesday night but hedidn't a for the winners and James Bennett ........ 1 5 2 2 0 2 should not waste effort with 20,000 cabbies. One man can Pfister. I. 1-4 ...11-33 1 1 0 0! WP-Whitby." Ptei 2. T-2.28. J

to pounded Jet pitching for 23 hits. Smith had a hit for the losers. Baldschun ......... 32-35 3 3 2 5 do it. All they need do is turn all promotional activitiesover '
get enough respect I Green. W. 2-1 11-3 0 0 0 0 0
Burdette faced A men In 3rd. Bennett to the imaginative and uninhibited Bill Veeck. He could
last three innings. At the end faced 3 man In 4th.
of three he was out of the HBP-By Mahaffey (Banks), by Green knock the Mets clean out of the ball park.There's .

game. After, nine innings, he Fulps Notches 4.3 Win, (Schaffer). T-3:27.Night A Came-lt.711. one trifling hitch to this suggestion, however. Major azmJS I ] I!

had an 8-1 record and the Sunsa HOUSTON abrhbl ST. LOUIS abrhbi Webb and Topping happen to loathe Veeck and the feelingis League

4-3 victory.In Lillis 2b-ss 5130 Flood cf 4110 quite mutual. The Yankee owners were among the instigators I
Protects Perfect MarkFulps M.White cf 5141 Brack If 5011 I of the coup which balked Wild William from moving
Gaines rf 4113 W.Whit ih s a 9 i !
Kansas
other action, Toronto Spongier If 1010 Borer- 3b"- 3101 I his St. Louis Browns franchise to Baltimore. They left him NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. C.B.I (Newman City 5-2)(Pn.74), night at Los Angeles

blanked Richmond 3-0, Atlanta Radiator edged Medical -only six hits as Andrews led Bond Wooeshkp1O0OGr00tss If 4110 Skinner rf 4121 5010 I in St. Loo, ministering to a dead horse for one full season. Philadelphia 40 24 .625 (Only games scheduled). I
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took the first of a doubleheaderfrom Students 4-3 in Business' with a pair. Smith limited losing Staub Aspro'nte 3b 4 1 0 Javier 2b 4121 When he sold out, the franchise went to Baltmire. San Pittsburgh Francisco 35 40 2t 27 .547.593 5 1'' i Tans.rr.ws Games
Ib-rf 4000 McCarver c 3118 ,
Kansas at Los 2
Rochester 5-4 but droppedthe League Softball at City Park Hav-A-Tampa to two hits. Kasko ss 200 OGagliano ph 1000 This was the only failure of the spectacular Veeck career St.Cincinnati Louis 33 35 34 315.493 Vft 4 I' Chicago City at Minnesota Angeles.2. twinight twt-nlflht

second 8-0, and Buffalo last night to remain undefeated. Crote Fox 2b c 5122 1001 James Sadecki ph p 000Nottebart 3001 but: he had faced an impossible situation there from the Los Angeles 33 14 ...3 V* Detroit Baltimore at at New Washington.York. N N

took a doubleheader from Columbus In other games on Field Dykes had a pair of doubles p 1190 2110 Uecker c 0000Robls atart. He tried hard, though. It was there that he pulledoff Chicago Houston 33 31 35:32 .402.485 f Vfl Cleveland at Boston N
ph-lb
9-1 and 85. No. 1, Gainesville Gas nipped and a single to pace Publix. Totals 3f 713 4 Totals 383105 his masterpiece of irreverence to the Grand Old Game. Milwaukee 31 34 .463 FLORIDA STATE

Penn Chem 5-4 and Howard'sTV Morgan collected two of Sun- Houston .. .. . .. ... OOt tlO 400-1 He sent up a midget as a pinch-hitter, first qualifying him New York YesterdaYs Recoils 20 4f .290 22% LEAGUEW L ,($. G.B. \
To Faul, the most disrespect. nyland's seven hits. St. Louis .. ..... .... ... . 000 IM 020-5 Pittsburgh 3. New York 1 Ft. Lauderdale 43 24 .642
thumped Smith Sinclair, for the role with a midget brownie uniform, a midget brownie St. Petersburg 42 25 Ml 1
ful Sun of them all was Bob G'ville Gas 301 100 0-5 8 E-Boyer, Cuellar. Staub. L06-Hous- Los Angeles! IS. Milwaukee 4 Lakeland 38 2t .567 5
14-4. I ton 10. St. Louis t. bat and a man-sized brownie contract The midget drewa San Francisco 2. Cincinnati I Daytona Beach M W J43 6
Lipski The Jacksonville player Penn Chem 003 010 0-4 6 2B-M. White. Javier. Nottebart, of Philadelphia ., Chicago I Sarajcta 31 34 .443 12Miami I
In contests on Field No.2, Fox. base on balls. Fellow owners showed no appreciation Houston 7. St. Louis 5
2* 39 Mt 14''
ripped a three-run homer in the CWA won over Utility Dept. Durden and Davis; Joyce and IP H R ER BBSO Veeck's pixie sense of humor. They acted as though he had Today's Games Tampa 2f 3f .424 14"''
third to chase Faul. Poore. Nctebart .. ....4234 3 3 1 1 Pittsburgh at New York Orlando 21 47 J0 22V* j
6-2, Gainesville Livestock club- Owens. W, 3-4 .11-32 I 0 0 1 profaned the 'emple. Pittsburgh (Gibbon 4-2) at New York'
Howard's TV 440 51-14 11 Woodeshick .... 3 2 2 2 3 A (Fisher 5-5) : Yesterdays Resells
Jacksonville pushed across the bed Hav-A-Tampa 12-1 and Sadeckl.L74..6 10 5 5 1 2 When Wild William was merely a boy wonder before Houston Bruce 7.3) at St. Louis (Gibson Fort Lauderdale, .... Daytona Beach ..2
in the seventh on a Publix coasted over Sunny- Smith Sinclair 003 104 4 Cuellar. ......._. 1-3 I 2 2 1 1 the first World War, he took over the moribund Milwaukee 4-4) Tampa 44 $f. Petersburg 1-2
winning run Taylor ......,.. 12-32 0 S Si Le Angeles (Koufa 10-4) at San Francisco Sarasota 4. Lakeland 3
wild pitch by reliever Julio''land Packing. 16-5. Blanton and Avery; Miller and Hobble .... ....1 0 0 0 10 franchise in the American Association and made it a money (Sanford 5-7), night Miami 4, Orlando 3 10 irwlncsToday's I

Navarro with the bases loaded. Fulps] made four hits countas Mote. T Sadecki-2:41. faced A-$421.NigM 4.men 'In 7th. maker. He liter took over the moribund Cleveland Indians Only game Tomorrows scheduled).Camel Game

the winners scored three Med Students 000 300 G-3 5 Game franchise, won a pennant, drew a record attendance of more Los Angeles San Francisco N Daytona Beach It Fort Lauderdale

Jim Northrup led Syracuse times in the fourth. Doubles by Fulps 001 300 x-4 4 SAN FRANCISCO abrhbi CINCINNATI abrbbiKuenn than 2,600,000 and quit. He took over the moribund White Cincinnati New York: at at Pins Milwaukee ur9"". N N St.Orlando Petersburg at Miami at LakelandSarasota ,

run-producing single in I Saunders and McCauley Black- H 402 Klaus 2b 3000 Philadelphia at St. louiS. N at Tampa
with a McCracken and Rogers got ; Lanier 2b 5 I I Coieman ph SIlO Sox franchise, won a pennant drew a record Chicago at- Houston at Chicago

the second and a bases-empty, the big inning started. Med welder and Rogers. Mays cf 512 Queen ph lOSS tendance of nore than 1,600,000 and quit. AMERICAN LEAGUEW.. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW

bonier in the eighth. Students led 3-1 at the time. CWA 0OO1032-194 Cepedf 3b lb 4SISPInSO.I 3I22Harper cf H 4110Hart 410 T11 'try any stunt to get people into the ball park," be Baltimore 41 23 L Pet..423 G.B. Jacksonville 41 21 L Pct.*. O.B.

Ron Piche blanked Richmond Buckhalter, Sheppard and Utility Dept. 0200000-223 J-Atoo Crandall rf c 4'I. 2. 0 I Johnson Keough rf Ib 4111 4000 sagely said one time, "but I learned long ago that it takesa New Chicago York 34 3t 25 26.511 MA 3 IVs Toronto Buffalo 37 31 21 28 J4f J74 2 1

his team- Bell had two hits each for the Wilson and Higginbothamr Pagan ss 3 2 Edwards c 4018 winning team to keep them coming." Minnesota 35 :32 J22 4V4 Rochester 35fl.534 3 \
five hits while Cleveland 31 32 jn 8V4
SO on Herbel
35 29
mate Bob Sadowski finally Gasmen. Joyce had a pair for Wilson and Higginbo t ham; p 3SSICarenasss3I1l Boros 36 3.21 He didn't miss many stunts, ranging from the explosive Boston 32 34 .471 10 Syracuse Richmond 29 38 .433.547 II 3Vfc {

losing Penn Chem. Sapp and Melton.'HayATampa O'Toole p 2111 Scoreboard that triggered off fireworks displays and scream- Detroit 30 34 Ml 10 Columbus 25 39 J91 131*
broke up a pitcher's duel witha Rose ph-2b 200 I Los Angeles 32 37 ,464 1BV4 Atlanta 32 44 .333 17V4 \
Richmond'sJack Avery had three doubles for 010 001( 2 1 Totals 35 218 1 Totals 34171 ice orchids, uncrated pigeons and ,other gimmicks. He was Washington 2t 42 .408 14V,
off
Kansas 1
home run City 24 41 .381 IS'iYesterday's
Howard's while Ronnie Blan- Livestock 406 2x-12 6 0 Saa Francisco ........... 200 000-2 of such items as live lobsters, swayback horses, cakes of Remit Toronto 3. RichmondJacksonville Yesterdays I Results "
in the seventh. .
Cullen CiBCUMtBti ..... .. 018 OM MoEslonnson. -
Cleveland 12-2. Minnesota 33Detroit 3 '
ton tossed a four-hitter. Shore, Dean and Floyd, Shore; LOB_San Francisco 10. ice, orchids, uncrated pigeons and other gimmicks. He was f, Kansas City 5 Atlanta 5-0. 4.Rochester Syracuse.... 1st game 1.
Pitching was also the key for Luke Wilson gave only two Smith and Jeter. Cincinnati 9.28.Mays. clever and productive.The Chicago .. Boston ""' 1. .
Baltimore 7. New York 4 Buffalo ,.. Columbus 15Todays
Buffalo in a doubleheader sweep hits for CWA. Craig and Max- Publix 132 55-16 17 2 Cepeda. HR-Cepeda (Ii). SMerbeL ;! Yankees have the more important part of the Veeck Los Angeles ,. Washington S

over Columbus. Dick Selma held' well led CWA with a pair of Sunnyland 030 02- 576 HevbeLW.S-3..l IP H 7 R 1 ERBBSO 1 314 formula, the winning team. By judicious use of some of Nw York: (Today's Uxrton Games 5-4) *t Baltimore Colwmbu .t BoHalo Games

Columbus 'to three hits for his safeties each.Livestock Hall and Peek; Morgan and 09ool..L44..7 92 2 2 4 his saner ideas they may be able to make the rest of the (Barber 3-4). night Atlanta at Rochester .
Ellis -.....__... 2 1' I I 3 Cleveland (Kralkk 7-2) at Minnesota Jacksonville at Syracuse .
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Giant-Killers Bob BrownTo LabronHarrisNewl l RusselPs Pluinmer's, .


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A-A GameBUFFALO Pro Golf Threat J
Wimbledon Seeds Hopping Pfommer Barbers l woo f

I from Community Spotlites 9-5

N.Y. (AP) If 0 HIPPER and Russell's Barbers downed
Bob Brown should By FRITZ HOWELL since 1941, has a dollar sign in
speedy happen -
19-8
By JOHN GALE The of Pauline have without dropping a set. THE Sunland Training Center
perils to little Associated Press Sports Writer his eye in his realistic approachto
bump someone a SKIPPER
Associated Writer Wimbledon these II The three seeded already in the reorganized Community
Press players -
nothing on the
AP Arnie game.
CLEVELAND ( )
hard Saturday night, that some- SAYS League last night at Lincoln
WIMBLEDON, England AP) days. Any ranking player can! out are Dennis Ralston, Palmer and Jack Nicklaus used
one might not bounce again :
up
Wimbledon tennis champion- expect trouble in almost any No. 5, from Bakersfield, Calif., very quickly. \ THERE'SNO the National Amateur Champi- "I like to play golf, and Iwouldn't Field. led Plummer'swith

ships packed so far with round.McKinley's. Italy's Nicola Pietrangeli, No. 7, TRICK onship as a stepping stone togoUdom's have much"chance to Brockington all
playas an amateur, he said. two hits which were
hairsbreadth escapes are also close shave came and Australia's Martin Mulligan Brown, a guard at Nebraska golden gloryandnow
TO SAFEBOATING "The next 10 would be the winners needed and got.
yeas
living up to their colorful repu- at the height of battle with Tomas No.8.Pietrangeli. weighed in at 290 pounds comes Labron Harris Jr.,
required for me tot myself Carter had a pair for Spot
tation as an arena for.giant Koch, the 19-year-old Brazil- and Mulligan both Wednesday as. he joined his (\\J 1962 king of the playforfungroup
up in some sort of business, and lites.
mates on the West team in their
killers. ian prospect who rated in some succumbed tamely in straightsets to make his bid. and
homer
daily drill for the fourth annual I'd have to give all my time to I Hadley had a
With only three days play quarters as a top player of the the Italian losing to
All-America football to The 190-pound( 6-foot-3 Okla- it. But I think I can make a three singles for Russell's while i
complete, three of the men'sseeds future.At Pierre Barthes of France 6-3 game, i
be played in War Memorial homan, who surrendered his good living at golf. If I can't Clifton had three hits as did
already have been van- two sets all with Koch 7-5 6-4 and the Australian
Stadium. amateur status just two months I'll find out in a hurry." Perry. Lang had three for los-
quished.In 1-0 and 40-30( under to his com- wl
leading against going deep
Brown, a 22-year-old from ago, is making a run at the Noting that Nicklaus and ing Sunland.
addition the personal service in the fifth the cham- patriot Bob Hewitt 6-4 6-2 64. 0
ambitions Cleveland, stands 6-5 and hopesto established stars.In Palmer both former amateur Spotlites 005 0-5 4
of several much fancied survive. He. The giants looked pretty fragile.
pion struggled to make the grade with the winners, were currently 1-2 in Plummer's 432 x-9 2

players including the reigning made it but with not muchto 1 Even No. 1 seed Roy Emerson Philadelphia Eagles of the Na- /, three tournaments he has the money won list, Harris said. F. Johnson and Hughes, Foreman -

champion Chuck McKinley from spare 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. 5-7. 64. of Australia dropped a set tional Football League. l finished in the money twice to "They are great golfers. You ;A. Johnson and Lewis.

San Antonio, Tex., have been The record contrasted oddly against a tooth-and-nail fighter the tune of $1,306, and he hopesto can't compare to Sunland! 200 050- 8 6 ,
Falls my game
rudely threatened by brash with McKinley's Wimbledon per- from Yugoslavia, Nicola Pilic. with Before his touring teammates Niagara and the boost that figure in the $100- theirs." Russell's 433141-1916 ,;

and young up-and-comers on the formance last year when he The final score was 6-3,11-9,3-6, East team's players, Brown and 000 Cleveland Open, which Harris did not play in Cunningham, Thomas and Wai- j t

international tennis circuit. went through the tournament 64. the other 56 gridders here went e started today over 71la'out.The HighlandPark's Wednesday's pro-amateur preliminary -ker; Henry and Davis. t
6,821-yard, par
in which Don Fair-
through their fourth day of

workouts. 22-year-old Harris, a field got a big break and $800. Bcggs Leader

D.O.W.RallyGainsLastInning Sheffield Midway through the East's = t mathematics graduate of Oklahoma Fairfield was not among the With 585 Set

practice, Coach Pete Elliott o! State University, where 50 pros certified by the PGA

Illinois took a few seconds to _._.IV his dad has been golf coach ever but was called in off the practice Randall_ Beggs led the Sum

Whiffs 19, press for more drive. Bottinz b more tan S you do ft right, course to replace l !injuredEd mer Junior Senior loop at

Win He noted that, after drillingin and proper equipment is vital to competent boat Furgol. Fairfield and three Palm Lanes with a 585 serieson

Loses 6.4United 92-degree temperature Tuesday handling says Flipper the Skipper,spokesman fa Santa FeDowns public links partners carved outa games of 167216202.

the players appeared to be the National Safe Boating Week Committee.Eo best-ball 59 despite a 77 by Scott Davis had a 528 and
of rfcommnvfed
of the 13 items
naoy eqnpmea Don and it stood for the big Bill Arnold rolled 514. Freddie .
70 de
lagging in Wednesday's up
Baptist D.O.W. pushed over Co.; Dixie, Johnson & Faris vs. Commercial Travelers shown can you name! (turn for answer) the
grees. PKY prize.In Whitman topped girls
two runs in the bottom of the Citizens Bank; Rebel, Gaines- scored two runs in the sev- i Only a few words were needed jfjyauqaui"l01I.* MstAimO!t1 IDGI e:*1P! MOmpui the individual scoring race, with 441.Bcggs'.

sixth to notch a 2-1 victory over ville Shopping Center vs. Life enth inning to gain a 6-4 Jun- from Elliott to put life into the 0 Wwi 0 :mad*fl. 0 9ypad. Santa Fe, GHS No. 1 and Bill .Collins, Harold Kneece and 216 was high game

Hughes Supply in an American Underwriters. ior League win over Coca-Cola East's workout, which was concentrated -! 0 :qMp IIII'IIIJI a :ua RIO "opus!0 GHS No. 3 teams scored Senior! Bobby Nichols picked up $833 with Davis, Tim Good and Bill
Field. In
at field yesterday at Harris on punts, punt returns for scores of 69. Conan all rolling 203s. !
League game Finley NATIONAL LEAGUE Knightsof NATIONAL SAFE /JUNE 28 League victories last night in
C. Hope Chesnuts the other game played, and passing.Boating.
yesterday. abrh ab rh Pythias nipped Florida Na- BOATING WEEKJULY 4 Summer Basketball League -
Bennett 3b 3 2 1J. Bianchi ss 2 0 0 Gainesville School (

Hughes had broken a score- Jones D'naldson cf cf 210 1 0 0 Moruel Bass If cf 300 210 tional Bank, 3-1. play gym.at High (:It{ all the nicestpeople ;

less deadlock with a run in the Bishop Ib 512 Wheeler 3b 100 Losing hurler Sheffield of! I Club rl seems :
Folsom p 13 2 T'ml'nsn 3b 101 ill if
top of the sixth. Then D. 0. W. Register if 431 Wooley 2b 110 Coke turned in a stellar job. ; Says Santa Fe topped P. K. YongeNo. --j

bounced back with two to win. Janes Smith 2b ss 220 000 Duncan Blanch e 1st 200 100Hillis I fanning 19, giving just one hit,i 6, 7042. Andy Strickland hit drink Jt. ::: i

ss 200 Wooley p 210 a double to Goodhart, and 22 points and Fred Clark 13 for I :
David Smith had two hits for Hale l rf 1 1 0 T. Bs 2 1 1 h
the Rebels. Ronnie Koru had 16
six. \l
D.O.W. and drove in the win- Total Denny Brown' C rf 2*412 100 14 a Jones Sanders Totals rf 20 100 200 4 2 walking UCT scored four times in the I. Have Fun Safely'a and Homer Tyre 11 for PKY. ___._ ..__.__.awnvws.. ::>ASdwa,..._.w.1. I .

ning run. Hogan and McGriff second on two walks, fielders
AMERICAN LEAGUE a/- GHS No. 3 downed GHS No. 4
combined to toss a two-hitter Hughes Supply First Baptist DOW choice, an error two passed
against Hughes Supply. OLD
Arnow If 100 M'ke HoganJb 301C. points for No. 3 and John Wil-
Boyd ss p 300 McGriff ss p 311R Winning hurler Scarborough the advice the Outboard Boat- dle, anchor, line compass, HICKORY
First Federal gained a 6-3 Mcln'h pss 31 1 Feather Ib 311 lis had 17. Bill Boaz hit 21 for
Bethel Ib 301 Kitchens c 300 fanned seven, walked two and ing Club of America has for fenders, gas can, bilge pump,
verdict over North Central Bap- No. 2 and Ronnie Doyle had
Wheeler 300 R'chds'n3b If 300
tist in a Dixie clash at Stephen Martin. 3b c 100 Reck cf 100 permitted just two singles.K the nation's 38 million pleasure flashlight, first aid kit and tool nine. .. i
T. Boyd 2b 200 Hummell Cf 100 of P won with two runs in craft fans for National Safe HICKOR
Foster. Weseman homered and Walker rf 200 Smith orf 202 kit. GHS No. 1 won from Newberry -
I had two singles in a three-hit E. Mcln'h cf 1 0 0 Matt K. H'g'n rf 000 100 the third. Stevens fanned eight Boating Week, June 28, July 4. 7536. Boyd Welsch had 30 .
Peck cf lOa Hogan pss .
walked but tough
day for the winners. Orton hada Murphy If 3b 200 seven was In special bulletin to OBC- Also before launching, he ad- points and Tommy Parker 24 for

double for First Federal and ,Hughes Totals Supply 22..1.2..Totals..,...... 000 22 001-1 2 5 with men on base. Boyd doubled -affiliated a boat club members vised, the boater should check No. 1. Turon Courtney had 14 America's Most Magnificent Bourbon ,
....... .... for K of P and Green did
White and Nixon both doubledfor First Baptist DOW 000 002-2 j I OBC Executive Director Guy the weather forecast and the and Ron Dalton eight for New- f

losing NCB. Three runs in WESTERN LEAGUE the same for the Bankmen. last-minute condition of his berry. 10 light !
W. Hughes hailed boating's remarkable years W"J
Plumbers Unit First National Green was the losing hurler i
the fourth won it. abrh abrh boat. "Then once afloat all the Tonight's Senior game will "
record call-
safety :: : {
Preston 2 0 1 Kaitos 5 0 1 and was relieved by Spear.Un. boatman need do is observethe ,
T. Sanders 100 Jones 331 it tribute to the effortsof send PKY No. 5 against Haw mellow!
Florida Pest Control downea Comm. Trav'lr Coca-Cola ing a : years
Allen 2 0 1 Ayres 2 1 1 abrh abet. rules of the road, be cour- thorne. In Sophomore frays, & jtilg A :::1tZW
Kirkpatrick & Pierson 7-5 in a C. N'wc'mb 1 0 0 Clayton 3 2 1 Rinser 2b 300 Gardner 2b 410 such organizations as the jbt :
teous to other water and IAW
users PKY meets Westwood and
f v
S. Preston 212 Benton 210W. 310
Atchinson 400 Shelby ss .
Rebel encounter at City Park. ss U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 10 YEARS OLD STRAIGHT BOURBON KHISKY E6 PS OOF OlD HICKORY ISIittH J CO.PUUA
N'wc'mb 2 1 0 S. Pearson 333 Robbins 3b 41 0 Sfp'novlch rf 2 0 0 have fun," Hughes concluded. Buchholz plays Howad Bishop.
Four runs in the first got the Kelke 1 0 0 Ayers 3 1 0 Goodhart Ib 411 Osteen 3b-c: 300 the U.S. Power Squadrons, the
Roberts 3 1 1 D. P'rson 422 Register cf 410 Lucius c 101
winners on their way. Andrews Payne 200 Simmons 210 Sc'rb'gh p 31 0 Arensman cf 300 American Red Cross and many J
D. Preston 2 0 1 Bonner 2 1 2 Mosley c 310 Reeves II 311
two-hitter. other
pitched a I. Sanders 301 Tomlinson 31 2 Ferrell) If 1 0 OCummmgs Ib 31 0 groups. -I J
Wornich 200 Hill 100 Beck rf 100 Sheffield p 300
Florida National Bank coast Anderson 210 Parker rf 1 0 OWood 3b 200 I "We've seen the number of
Totals 21 3 7 Totals MIT 11
ed over Plumbers Union 17.3 in Plumbers Union ...0,...., 10002- 3 Yontz Wilson If If 100 100 Jones rf 100 boats on the nation's water
........ .. ..
First National 3370 4-17 100
a Western battle at Littlewood.S. DIXIE LEAGUE Butcher Ellis 2b rf 110 ways nearly double in the past

Pearson had three hits for North Central First Federal Totals 32 1 Totals 21 4 2 decade said Hughes but
,
abrh abrh U.C.T. .. ................ 849 000 J-* 4,' 1 1j
the winners while D. Pearson, Nixon rf, p 312 McC'lI'm ss 120 Coca Cola' ........ .. 200 200 0-4 .there has been no corresponding -
Bonner and Tomlinson had a Horne 3b 3005. Orton 3b 312 Knights of Pythias Fla. National' Bank I increase in boating acci-
White c 312 Vergason p 100 abrh abrh
pair each. Preston had two hits Smith cf: 300 Newberry c 200 Mathews Ib 300 Sapoman c 402 dents." 1 i iv
had Turl't'n Ib 100 Weseman 2b 313 Bolles cf 3 1 1 Bass cf 400 3 ,
the losers. Bonner t
for a
Flake ss 100 Wakeman Ib 3 0 0 Boyed 3b 323 Green p-3b 402
grand slam homer. Fender 2b 101 St'ndrldge cf 3 1 2Adklr'll Fuller c 301 Spears 3b-p 4 t 0Hartman "Boating is one of the most fl
If 1 0 0 J. Sab'f lla If 1 0 0 IS 301 Bliziotes Ib 30 1
Hoffman, p, rf 1 0 0 S. Sabatella rf 1 0 0 Stevens p 300 Martin If 200 ebhilarating experiences in I :
Carlos Hope Electric rolledto Lee Ib 2 0 0 J'n Sab'tT If 2 1 1 Smith rf 200 Chitty 2b 300Guenther life, and simple common sense
Wood ss 2 1 1 B. Orton rf 100 2b 300 Smith ts 300.,
a 14-4 win over Chesnut'a Geiger 2bCauthen 2 0 1 Pittman rf 100 Picou If 200 Scott rf 1 00 has helped to make it one of t*
in a National League if 20 1 I If 100 Roundtree rf 1 00
yesterday Prlng'e "
Totals rf 100 Mayhew rf 1 0 0 Wheeler if 1 0 0 the safest Hughes declared. *1 1 * k
at Kirby Smith. Registerhad 2t 11 Totals 22 d I
game Kidwell Ib 100 Basalrm! If 1 0 0
North Central ............ 10011 0-I *
Bishop rf 100 *
home for the victors. Boatmen should check state 1 1
a run First Federal.... ...... 30010 0-4 Totals 21 3 Totals 32 1 5
The unreported Tuesday game REBEL LEAGUEFla. Knights ......"."............. 101 000 -1 and federal regulations to :
Past Cent. K a. P I Fla. N. Bank ............... 010 000 0-1Gains .
was an 18-5 victory for Chesnut's abrh abrh make sure their craft conformto
Lions.Today's Andrews o 4 7 n Pelt 2b 300 SI
.
over Scruggs 3b 1 10 Abrams }b 300 legal equipment require-
Monree cf 31 1 Mote p 310 1 54 WinA. ments, said Hughes. He gave ..
schedule: Dampier cf 000 Casey IS 300 A
Lewis Ib 2 1 1 Davis c 311 the following list of items as a
National, Lions.s.. Moose; Yates ss 301 Mallard rf 2111 Quinn Jones scored a 5-4
American Gainesville Building Garrett 2b 2 1 0 Thompson cf 200 standard which would generally -
Raper c 3 a Lepard rf 000 Little League victory over Wil! meet the test of law and
Trades vs. University City kern If 3 1 0 Mokler rf 210Wharton
If 000 Thompson rf 000 hams Elementary at Lincoln well *
common sense as :
2O7flFFI
Lions Western Fire
Depart- NEW
; Mastersn rf 100 Waldrop Ib 100 field yesterday. The winners s ;
Wilson rf 000 Freemen Ib 000
Sudden Service Oil
ment vs. Totals 24 7 ITOtltS 21 J 2 got only two hits and the los- A life saving device for ev- I ,
......... WRAP-AROUND TREAD
FUrltfa Pest Control 412 0007K
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,Beach ForayST. = REVIEW V'I

AUGUSTINE (ATwo

persons were arrested today after -
broke out I
a fight during an- -
other attempt by Negroes to in-
3 ___ tegrate the St. Augustine Beach I Dow Jones Averages
used white Request
by people. I 827.01 I Indust. I up 1.07

The Negroes were escorted to 210.63 I Rails I up 1.05
the beach by double lines of
The following market quotations 142.44 I Util I up 0.76
state and met it
troopers were
are requested specifically' by readersof '
again by a group of whites j I tons the are Sun furmshed financial by page. The quota- STOCI( LISTINGS ill 298.80 I Stocks I up 0.88

standing shoulder to shoulder. 4,840,000 I Volume I 2,290,000

One Negro attempted to go pierceWnmernMurpheyNEW Uj
through the line and was imme-

diately slugged by a white man. YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Mort Guaranty Ins 28% AMERICAN STOCK Income of Boston --- 8.40

yJ _. Both were taken into custody.The Pacific SW Air -. 46% Incorporated Inc -- 10.00
Negroes asked state offi- ,I Schlitz Brew _ 49% EXCHANGEAerojetGen Keystone K-2 5.57

w w4 cers to break up the line of ,Abbott Lab 2.40 38 Secur Life & Tr 58 29 4 Keystone 5-3 _. 16.78 I

_____ whites and allow them access ,Allied Chem 1.80 52!. :Southern Nitro. .__ _____ 19 Analex Corp 22 Keystone S-I 4.83

to the water. The officers re ,Amerada pt 2.00 8B' I Travelers Ins 46% Aqua Chem 15% Life Investors ----- 20.57
fused. Am Elc Pow 1.16b 43% Aurora Plastics- -- 36 Life Stock Fund -. 8.00 \

When the Negroes attemnted a ,Amer Enka 1.40a 53'i ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Barnes Engineer 21% Mass. Inv Stock 16.77

flanking movement and the ,Amer Hone 1.44a 67 Butler Shoe 8 Mass. Inv Growth 8.M '\
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whites started to cut them off, ,Arner M Fdy .90 21 Purchases --. 1 374,519 Chromaloy 17 Pioneer Fund _ 9.62 't

t ___ the state trooper in charge or- ,Armco StI 3.00 74's Short Sales _....__ 4,959 Cinerama 7% Puritan Fund 9.73
dered Other Sales ,_ 361,475 -- Putnam Growth 9.55
the beach cleared and the ,Atch Topka 1.20a 32% Computer Sci 18
Negroes retreated to their cars. :Baxter Lab .36 22 Other Sales 366,434 Cutter Labs A H% TV & Elec 8.12

Stringing Along The demonstration was the :Beckman In 50% PREVIOUS DAY'S Data Control _- _-_- 47% Value Line Inc _ 5.58

latest maneuver of integrationists :Beech Lf S 1.10 47 STOCK MARKET Fulton Inds _. 1 9% Wellington Fund _ 15.11
'J. D. Emerson (far right) strings his first tobacco picking of the seasonat whose leader, Dr. Martin :Bristol My .80 6-1th Gen Develop 4%
N Y S E Most Active Stocks
his farm in the Bland section. Others in the sheltered from the hot Luther Advances i
crew, King Jr., has pledged no :Brown Shoe 3.40 9H4 644 Mackey Airlines 5%
Vol. Close
sun by a big tree, are (from left) J. D.'s daughter, Joy; Gladys Jones letup in a drive for racial desegregation -:Brunswick __ 9% Declines -_ .____ 432 Mead Johnson _ 18 Comp. Changes
125,900 AM TT New 70% 1
Sheryl Barrs and Dana Duke. (Sun ph oto by Sam McGarvey) at St. Augustine. Cambell S -- 2.40 36! Unchanged > 270 Pac NW Tele 2 up
95,400 Pa RR 33% 2
King returned after a week's I Cessna Air 1.00 26 Total Issues 1C16' up
Philips Elec _ 4% 93,400 Comwlth Oil 10% %
MARKET PREPARATIONS BEGIN absence Wednesday to resume I Ches Ohio 4.00 78% New 1963-64 Highs .-,--- 57 Redwing Carriers 11% 83,000 Chi Ri Pac 32 up ai
, command of demonstrations be- Coas S Gas __ 32i; New 1963-64 Lows ..-.---.... 25 Ric 6% up
Group 69,100 Pure Oil 52% off ITs
his .......1.80b 4n -
ing staged by Southern CBS -
Sperry R. Wts. 1 64 66,900 Chrysler 49 off *4
Leaf Cropping Underway Christian Leadership Confer- Comb Eng ----- 1.20 27 Late Morning Syntex 72% 66,700 Westg El 29% off \\ !
ence. Cone Mills __ .80 20
Tampa Elec _ 24% 58,100 Xerox Corp 111% 3=% ,
up
More civil rights demonstra- Cont Airl .40 24%
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Tech Measur 16%
' 56,200 Tex Gulf Sub 49% off
'J ALACHUA J. D. Emerson kling or none at all. scheduled for the first weekin tions were scheduled for today Conti Ins _ 2.20 56 N.Y. Listing TWA Wts 28th 54,700 RCA 33 off V4

1.1 of the Bland section! located Opening of the tobacco July. by King's group. They were expected Contd Data 108th Vat par 8 49,800 Curtis Pub 13% off % \.
to be met by counter- Corn Pdu ____ 1.50 63 AlIisChal 20 's
IntNick 773's
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' about six miles northof market in High Springs and Penn Watson, owner and 47,700 NY Central 39% 7k
demonstrations white Delta Air 1.60 79% MUTUAL FUNDS up
here, has begun croppingof of others in the FloridaGeorgia operator of Watson Warehouses staged by Alcoa 73th IntPap 313'aAmAir 44,900 Sunray 30% 154 t
up
Steel .60 15
segregationists.Police Det .
his 10-acre planting of belt is expected to be in High Springs, arrived 44% Jones&L 79% Affiliated Fund _ 8.8t 44,500 Pan Am N 36! up 1% ,
under unified state Emerson EI 1.00 43'VsFair AmBrk
a 53
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Hicks Broadleaf tobacco. around July 23. Date for the in High Springs tues- 3H. :capital Life & Gr _._ 10.11 41,400 Am Tobacco 32% off Ti i
command avoid Camera 23'VsFinan'l
managed to .50g AmBdPar 40% Ken'cott 82%
Speaking of his crop, Emer- opening will be set in a meeting day and began working on Divers Growth 9.98 Amer Exch Active Stocks
clashes between whites and Negroes Fed 48 AmCan 46% 75
son said, "It's pretty fair to. of growers, tobacco proc- plans for this season's opera- Lig&My Dividend Shares 3.78 Volume Close Change I
Wednesday night when Fst Chartr 1.97f 33% AmCyan 63% Loch'd 3H
bacco. It looks better thanit and USDA officials tions. Dreyfus 20.42 Brazilian
now essors 88,300 Trac 3% up %
two parades snaked through this Fla E Cst -- _- 13th AmMot 14% Lorillard 42
did a few weeks when Fidelity Capit 11.55 66,400 TWA -Wts28 Hi i
ago 400-year-old city.Scranton's Food Fair .__ .90 23 ATT new 71% Mag'vox 33 up
-- -
the long drought had nearly Fidelity Fund .._ 18.02 60,500 Syntex 72% up 3V ,
FMC Corp _..__ 1.00 57th AmTob 32 MM&M 59%
ruined it." Fidelity Trend _ 19.20Fund'tal 49,700 Data Control 47% up 3 '
Frito Lay ___ 44% AmpxCp 17 Mohasco 13 \
Emerson and his brother Invest 11.05 41,700 Wilshire Oil 3 V
State Gen up *
Standing Tele-_ .88 32% Anaconda 42th Mons'to 78th
Ralph bought an irrigation Ga Pacif 1.00b 53th Armour 50* MontWd 38

system at that time and sup- Getty Oil __ .10g 25% Babcock 32 NatDair 811/4 I (e) New I

plied moisture to their near- Grace Co _ l.00b 57 B&O 43 NatDist 26% NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 24 I

ly parched fields. Another Uncertain After MeetingMIAMI Hel Curtis __ .80 20th BethStl 37% N.AmAv 47%
Bland farmer, Kent Doke, IBM 5.00 48B. Boeing 54Vs Penney 54% High Low Close Net Chg.

also bought irrigation equipment Tat Min C __ 1.80a 73thInt Borden 74 PRR 33V. 25 Rails 145.94 143.95 145.21 Up .69

to save his crop. (AP) PennsylvaniaGov. gate strength. thing can happen, it would not ,. Tele ..._- ..-- 1.00 55% Brunswk 9% Pep Cola 56 \ 50 25 Stocks!industrials 488.36 830.79 481.53 819.11 825.61 Up 3.27
J "J. D." started gatheringsand William W. Scranton'sstanding Unpledged delegates contacted be impossible for Sen. Goldwater Kellogg .80a 42% CaterTr 65th PhilMor 778 485.41 Up 1.98

lugs Tuesday, and in with some of the Flor- after the meeting said they to beat (President) Johnsonin Lehman CP 1.34e 29 Celanese 64% PhillPet 50

common with many leaf grow- ida Republican delegation was would remain unpledged until November. Litton In .-,_ 1.98f 63th Chrysler 49* RCA 33 STOCK

ers in the area, utilized a new left in doubt today. the convention opened next "But there is such a thing as Lone S CM _ 1.00 20Th CocaColo 129th RepSlt 45s I MARKET FLASHES

tying machine which cuts the Scranton, out to block the month. playing with odds so long that Marsh Fid --- 1.60 44% CornEd 50 Revlon 36% !

time of stringing and saves nomination of Sen. Barry Gold- Scranton flew to Florida to ad- only the most optimistic partisan -Martin M 1.00 17 ConEdis 90 ReyTob 36*
labor.A I water, R-Ariz., at the Republican -dress a meeting of the Florida would have anything but a McG Hill ___ .60a 36 ContCan 50% ReyTob 43% NEW YORK (AP) Selected I of 60 stocks at noon was up .5

rain last Thursday and National Convention in San Association of Broadcasters and glimmer of hope. Mead Corp ---. 1.70 48fs DowChe 71% StRegP 30% gains by industrials and rails'at 310.6 with industrials up .1,

another on Saturday broke Francisco next month, was closeted confer with GOP delegates. than ,Merkd -__ 2.00a 37 duPont 2521h Seaboard 475/g i helped lead the stock market rails up .8 and utilities up .6.
Goldwater has
the long drought and helpedthe with 16 of Florida's 34 del- I He told an airborne news con more MatI Airl .80 50% EAL 33 Sears 114 into higher ground early this The Dow Jones industrial average -

non-irrigated tobacco in egates Wednesday night. ference en route that the nomination enough delegates to capture the N Y Centl .SOg 39% E.Kodak 1333's Sinclair 45 afternoon. The pace of tradingwas at noon was up 1.07.

the area. But the showers are Results of the meeting were of Goldwater as the Republican nomination if his support holds Nia 1.1 Pow .- -_ 2.00 4 Firestone 41% Socony 81th the most active this week., Texas Gulf Sulphur perkedup

in local and i uncertain. I candidate for President up through the first ballot at Norfolk W __-_-__ 6.00 51th FlaPw 45% SouthnC 61% A good deal of activity involved gaining about a point. Kor-
cases ,
while many one section receive Scranton told newsmen that would spell defeat for the GOP the San Francisco convention.Scran'ton NoIndPS.I.48 5434' FlaP&L 77 SperryR 14%I American Telephone'snew vette was an active fractional
rain may others some of the delegates privately this November. I pointed his air tour No Nat Gas 1.80 55114 Ford 521 StBrand 774 split stock which advancedmore gainer. Lukens Steel was heavily -
a good ,
pledged their support. I today at delegates in Cleveland, Olin Math ___ 1.20 4t FrmstDa 11-. StO 'TJ 87% than a point following its traded and down more than a
nearby may get only a sprin- "It is sound'judgment that his Ohio, and Lansing, Mich. Ohio's IVi rise the I
However, none of the dele- I OwensIlG2.50 9 FreDtSul 35'Sft 3k :% Wednesday as most point.
gates would comment.Of candidacy would set up our 58 votes ,are pledged to favor- Pac G & E 1.00 3034 FruehTr 31 Swift 54 active stock.Chrysler .

those closeted with Scran- party for a defeat of major ite son Gov. James A. Rhodes. Pac Lting __ 2.40 29fs GenDyn 27% Texaco 79% was in brisk demandand Gains of a point or so were

Fla. Removes ton for 30 minutes, six were proportions," the Pennsylvania Forty-five of Michigan's 48 del- PacT&T _- 1.20 28-Va GenEI ,79 'R Thiokol 13:;% a fraction higher but Gen- scored by Du Pont, Air R:-lac-

pledged to Goldwater, seven un- governor told a news conference egates are uncommitted. Gold- Pan Amer A 1.0:! 36% GenFds 883,4 U Carb f 3 eral Motors slipped a full point. I and tion, American Airlines, IBM

pledged, two favored Goldwater,Wednesday."But water has the other three. Parke Day 1.00 28 GenMills 39th UnitAin' 4R Cigarette issues continued Polaroid.

'Segregated'Health but were unpledged, and one' if Sen. Goldwater is Pennzoil 2.00 71% GenMtrs 57 UnFru 237's soft.Steels I Prices were generally higheron

was against Goldwater. nominated, I will work for him AlacltlluGeneral' Pfizer _.., -__ .80a 46% Goodrich S1% US Steel 57Th turned mixed after an the American Stock Ex.

Law Eight alternates also attendedthe and support him no matter Phelps Dg 3.00 67 Goodyr 43 ,UnivMat 121 early rise. Chemicals, airlines change.

meeting.The whatever long odds there are Polaroid .20 140% Greyhnd 54% WestgEI 297's and utilities were mostly higher. I Corporate bonds were Irregularly
delegate Pub Sv E G 2.60 Gulf Oil 557/i WinnDix 37 Building materials and retails
TALLAHASSEE CAP)'- Florida rest of the Florida against his being elected, 363's lower. U.S. government
has struck from its books a was en route to San Fran- Scranton said. Pure Oil 1.60 52 Honw 136V Woolwth 27 tended to decline. bonds were unchanged to a

health regulation that the U. S. cisco, according to State GOP Hospital Rayonier 1.00 343/s IntHarv 81DON'T The Associated Press average shade higher.
chairman Tom Fairfield Brownof He made the statements en Rexall .SOb 48
reflected
Court
official Supreme policy of says segregation.an Tampa. ,route from Charleston. Va. June 23, 196 Reyn Metl SO 37%

Brown, one of the 11 uncommitted to Miami. In both Florida and BIRTHSMr. Rich Merr __ 1.00 44 : YOUR
Because of the regulation, the members of the delega- West Virginia he sought dele- R C Cola 1.20 75 MONEY'S WORTIT.

Supreme Court overturned the tion, said he did not know if an gate support for his campaign.At and Mrs. Quincey, 1318 Roy Dutch 1.73g 4H
NE 14th Terr., a boy Mr. and
convictions of 18 civil rights ovation received by Scranton at the news conference, ; Searle GD -_ .90 6O%
Mrs. Collins, 3825 SW 5th PL, a
demonstrators in a Miami case. the conclusion of the meeting Scranton said: Singer 2.00 90 Auto Theft
The regulation required restaurants would be reflected in any dele- "Since in politics almost any- boy. ADMITTED Smith KIn __ 1.20a 60% Epidemic

catering to both Ne- Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32
groes and whites to provide Betsy Halsey, Mary Sutton, St Oil Cal 2.00 65*

separate restroom and lavatory I I Burns Nearing Million Kevin Starling, Reba Hicks, St Oil lad __ 2.oob 77thSted
Porter .
facilities. Myrtle Sherrer, Lillie Coning- Drug .65 29% By Sylvia f. .- ,
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ton, James Danielson, George Texas Util ,_ 1.20 5n
Such a regulation, the U. S. Carey, Fred Burgess, D o nald -
k Drive for Governor Textron _
III 1.40 43'%
leave
I your car regis stolen cars are recovered by have made auto stealing a felony -
Supreme Court wrote, reflected McGuire, Jerlene Gainey, Sidney -
Tidewater 32% tration in the glove compart- law enforcement agencies. But instead of a misdemeanor
f the state's policy and was a violation Roberts, all of Gainesville
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of the 14th Amendment TALLAHASSEE (AP) Fiveof Mayor High who made the Trans W A 46% ment. .DON'T lose track at in addition to our direct dollar --meaning a thief may disqualify -
to Emily Summers, High Springs;
Union
the U.s. Constitution Florida's six Democratic can- runoff with Burns, reported receiving -Julia Pac -_ 1.60a 47% any time of your duplicate set losses, we pay uncountedsums himself from future careersin
guaranteeing Stringer, High Springs; Und Air L
equal protection of the didates for governor filed final $204,060 and spending Dorothy Johnson, Micanopy; 1.50b 53% of car keys. ,.DON'T leave for damage done to our law, medicine, other fields

laws. financial reports for the May 5 $200,666, leaving him $3,394. Linda Wynn, Lake City; Edith Jim Upjohn Walter 1.00 54 29% your ignition switch in an unlocked -cars before they're returned, requiring state licensing.But .

and May 26 primaries, listing Former Sen. Fred 0. Bud) Cruce, Micanopy; Edward In- War Lamb .70 28%% position when you park for "hidden" costs of rising basically, the responsI-

Maintaining separate facilitieswas surplus funds from the contri- Dickinson of West Palm Beach man, Williston; Roy Simmons, Worthintn 1.50 39% .DONT leave packages in auto insurance rates and rising -bility for preventing auto

described as a burden butions. reported receiving $680,811 and Palatka; Pearl Griffis, Starke; Xerox 114% your car where they can be city taxes to improve law thefts and recovering cars once
bound to discourage integrated The outstanding report is from spending $651,848, leaving him enforcement efforts. stolen
Susan Merkel, Lake City. Zenith liOn 67* seen.Millions they are rests on our
restaurants and other businesses Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland $23,913. of us routinely make We're also paying an increa- own shoulders. In addition to

the court wrote. whose attorney wrote May 20 Sen. John Mathews of 'Jack DISCHARGEDPatricia OVER THE COUNTER all these mistakes (I do). Yet singly steep premium for auto- the rules states above:

The decision did not strike that the crush of other business sonville reported receiving $347- Dixon, Mrs. Ida Wat- NEW YORK (AP-Th following bard ''anyone of them may make mobile stripping, for the car Be wary of super bargainsin
the 939 and spending $341,702, leaving asked quotations supplied by the the first choice of the make selling
down Florida's law giving man- prevented filing. son, Ola Rowan, Mrs. Helen Nation* Association of Securities Oelen. > your car stripper can plenty Johnny-Come-Lately car lots
agers of businesses the right to Mayor Hayden Burns of Jack- him $6,237. Rose and son, Mrs Annie Ryse- Inc.. do not represent actual transactions auto thief who is now perpe- parts to used car lots. En- and check the dealer's reputa-
refuse service to anyone they sonville, who won the Democratic Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia but are the NASIVs estimateof trating what FBI Director J. gines bring from $300 to $600; tion. If you innocently buy a

believe would s detrimental to: nomination listed $801,347 in County reported receiving $238- dorph and daughter, C h a rlie DIe range within which these securt Edgar: Hoover calls "the na, bucket seats may sell for $200, stolen car, you will have little

the business. contributions and spending $750- 178 and spending $282, 637, leave Copeland, Bessie Gainey, Mrs. ties could have been sold (bid) or tion's biggest crime ag ainst and fancy hub caps for $125 a chance of recovering your in-
bought (asked):
Two:'days after the decision, 332.That ing him $541.Marion. Sandra Baldwin and daughter, property." i vestment.

the State Board of Health rescinded left $51,015 in his war .'!rs. Georgia Mlxon, Mrs. Nep Alico Land _ mAIner Last year, an all-time recordof set.A first key force behind the Periodically check the metal -

its order requiring sepa- chest plus contributions up tc Sanders, Elmer Jenkins, John Fidel Life 23% 319,418 cars were stolen drastic jump in car thefts is identification tag inside your

rate restroom and laboratory facilities -five days before the Nov. 3 general Will Get Ford, Mrs. Linda Dukes, William Amer Heritage 25% from us, up 11.5 per cent over the simple fact that we're pro- car door and if it's not there,

ia bu-'ness. catering to election. Swayze, Mrs. Connie Mc- Amer Mat Ins ---- 22 1962. Losses in the first four' ducing a peak number of hi?h- immediately report this to the
A Vote CheckOCALA Neal and daughter Mrs. Nelda Amer Pioneer Life _,__ .__ 6%
both races. -- months of 1964 were up another -cost autos, and car stealing has police. Car' thieves often swipe
Managers of some places of Newsome, Mrs. Jo Ann Crosby Anheuser Busch 53% 15 per cent over the compar- become lucrative. Today's auto this tag and attach it to a stol!

business in St. Augustine, in refusing MelonsTHOMASVILLE (AP) -State Attorney and daughter, Dessie Johnson, Anodyne 4 able 1963 period and while car thief nets an average $850 on en car.

service to Negro and Gordon Oldham said today he Mrs. Patricia Howard, Wyman Citizens Bank _ 34 .
thefts leveled off in May, experts each car, according to an extensive Mark your engine, transmission
white integrationists, told them will hire outside investigators to ;Aronstam Mrs. Eunice Worth- Comsat Corp 23 are sure the "epidemic"win FBI survey, againstthe and other valuable acces-
detrimental :ington, Susan Crews, Mary Lee Conn Lt & Pw 37%
their presence was Ga. The look into charges of illegal voter get much worse before it hold-up man's $256 and theburglar's sories not bearing identification
Sutton, Kevin Starling, Emily Cowles & Pb 11%
to their business. watermelon market in Sou t h Mag
In Marion County. gets better. average haul of $183.A numbers with initials
I I Georgia and Northcentral Flor- registrations I Summers, Edvrard Inman, Linda Dunn & Brdst ________ 59% your -
The commission With our teenage population second key force is the I to help police in recovering
county appro- Wynn.Sarasota. Firs West. Fin'cl ___ 14%
Pet, Hobby Show with ida points the demand yesterday for was 17-pound firm, priated $5,000 Wednesday for the i Florida Gas -_ 10% exploding and with fully 62 per dramatic climb in the number I them if they're stolen and identlfvin -
cent of auto thieves today un of tetnasers. Young joyridersnot them
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investigation recommended by s ? as yours.
,Fin Nat1 Bank 63%
sizes
and larger exceeding supply I CollegeGets der 18, 'Trying to reduce auto hardened professionalsdomost I If is stolen
Slated FridayA The demand for 16-pound grand jury. I Fin Tele _ 26 your car notify
sizes and smaller was moderate Oldham told the jury he had Forrest Labs _26% mobile larceny is like tryingto of the auto stealing and I the police at once and report

pet, doll and hobby show,is the Federal State Market received complaints that many $2V2 Million Founders Life 8% walk slowly up a downmoving -stripping today. Even thoughin any distinguishing clues (suchas

planned tomorrow as a special News Service reported. persons with criminal records Franklin Life _- 55% escalator," says a spokesman most of these cases the lost [ a baby bootie that slipped

event at the Metcalfe Elementary FOB prices per hundred- had registered to vote in the recent -] WASHINGTON (AP) The Greatamerican 12% for the National Automobile -cars are recovered, increasing 'down the back seat) and any

playground the city recre- weight yesterday were: 12-16; primaries, .although their Community Facilities and Urban Grolier _ 40 Theft Bureau. It's estimated -numbers of youthful offendersare ether oddities that will confirm \

ation department announced. lbs. average, $2; 17-23 Ibs., $%..2S civil rights had not been re I "Renewal Administrations an- Gulf Life _ 56:% that the annual number of becoming involved in pro your ownership.

Two hundred children' are. expected to $2.50, mostly $2.25; 24-26 lbs., stored. nounced Wednesday a $2,545,000 Rent Jones .. -.- 13% car thefts, will surge to 700,000 fessional theft rings, receive a By far the most Important \

'to enter their dogs, cats, $2.25 to $2.50, mostly $2.50; 28- loan to New College, Sarasota, Home Ins __ 63% just by 1970. fiat fee for each car stolen. rule though. Is KEEP YOUR \

turUes and other pets for prizes. 30 lbs, $3,. few as low as $2.75. for construction of a group of Jax Minit Mkts _ 7% While the total value of cars Campaigns against auto thefts CAR LOCKED. The central factIs

Hours are 9 ajn to noon. Florida shipments yesterday: Like many other lizards, buildings, including a college union KennM3w Life -_ 11% stolen last year reached a whopping thefts are being stepped up that nine of out ten cars are '

The doll and hobby shows will By truck, 405; rail 10. Komodo monitors sleep the and residence halls. The facilities -Life of F1a 5% $376 million, our actual across the nation. Some cities unlocked-and your unlocked I\ i

be held from 10:30 ajn. to Georgia shipments yesterdayrBy night in dens dug out of stone ,will accommodate 92 Lowes Company _______ 19% losses came to only a fractionof fine drivers who leave their car Is a thief's engraved invi-

noon. truck, 230;, rail,.21. piles or among tree roots.. women ,students and 180 men. Milgo Electron __ 10% this because 90 per cent of cars unlocked. Some states tation.f .

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II t J4 Gainesville Thursday June 25. 1964I ."
Recently, officials of the i

I i Still Spotty in Area' Wildlife bureau of predicted Sports Fisheries a substantial and Wont More For Your Money
Fishing
II- 1\ drop in waterfowl numbers bas- Keep Your Eye On Grants
: ed on a water shortage In some
of the "duck factory" provinces. ,,
r AREA FISHING lures. Judy caught the 10- (shiners, Watermelon Po n d, KNO vawSEASONAL
Fresh Water pounder and dad caught the 7-, 6-16)); Chuck Dalton and Roy I
I J. M. FIELDS' REPORT pounder. Larry Davis recently McDavid's nice string (largest There is a shortage, particularly -:,
s ream I
Last week's contest winners caught an 8-pounder casting > II 9 pounds) shiners, Wa- In central Alberta, DU
were Dean Niederkohr in the with a black worm. Both the and termelon Pond, 6-17)); Frank reports, but good populationsand
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bass division ((6%); J. Masonin Lees and Davis reside on the Webb, with his 12Vi pounder, indications of a good to ex-
' the speck division (2 lbs), lake. emerges as the leader in this cellent nesting period may com- I
11 and H. D. Bruce in the bream LOCHLOOSA LAKE ield month's contest. pensate for any loses in this

division ((1- pound, 6 ounces). Carl's Fish Camp area.Continued
WATERMELON POND on Page 15)
LAKE WAUBERGUF's Speck fishing good; bass fish-
with excel-
Bass fishing good to
Camp Wauberg ing untried.; and bream fishing, x
lent. Nice strings of. big bass
Stokes
Speck fishing fair; bass fish- good. Glenn M. < taken live shiners "LIQUORSPrcChillcd
are being on
ing good; and bream fishing The specks are being caughtout Son Outdoor Editor and plastic worms. I LADIES & CHILDRENLADIES I
fair. Only small strings of in open water. No one is SALT WATER
specks and bream are being fishing for bass. The breamare \ CRYSTAL RIVER
taken. The bass for the beds
fishing is pick- heading : sev-
Ing-up. Trolling with deep-run eral limits were caught yes- Large numbers of tarpon areII II IIin WINESBEER SLEEVELESS 367
ning lures has been paying off. terday. The specks are doing good in ST. JOHNS RIVEROrmand's I and speckled trout fishing is DRESSES All Sizes . Reg. 3.99
deep water. Last Sunday two Jungle Den
R. C. Lee and daughter, Judy Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp fair.Numerous MIXESFree
men caught 16 bass (average Bream are hitting real well schools of tarponare LADIES SUMMER
Lee, caught a 10-pounder and a Speck fishing good; bass fishing -
I 7-pounder trolling with mirro- fair; and bream untried.Florida about 2 pounds) on a Shysterand fish- and limits are being brought I, being sighted on the bomb- DRESSES Asst. Styles . Reg. 2.99 267
blue worm. They were in. Tex Turner, Jr. (Thomaston ing range-out from the mouthof Delivery
Jj ing the edge in the morning. Ga.) and guide Tom Sow- St. Martin's River. Also Drive-In Window LADIES SHIFT
LAKE ell brought in 8 striped bass- there are tarpon off the Crys- 357
NEVVNANS
I/ f pl Self-Service DRESSES Sizes 8-18 . Reg. 3.99
McGilvray's Fish Camp all nice size (largest 10 lbs.). tal River channel beacon as Supermarket
Speck fishing good; bass fish- The water is rather low and well as in the river itself. Off-Street Parking
LADIES
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c J/ ing fair and bream fishing rain is needed badly. After Speckled trout are being taken 257
: ; ; good. ; the rains come, look for the on the flats on split shiner DRESSES All Sizes . Reg. 2.99

I, Good strings-including some large black bass. tails. BIGGER SELECTION
limits-of specks are being taken ST. AUGUSTINE LADIES SLEEVELESS
X s+ b s s, regularly. Top spot has been TACKLE BOX REPORT Witmor's South Gate Marina LOWER PRICES BLOUSES All Sizes . Reg. 1.99 167
4 w :x ;' t !- .t off the southeast shore: the Entries in this month's con- Red bass and whiting fishingare
channel is also good. test are Don Shield's 9 pound, good on the beach. Floun- LADIES KNIT TOPS 177
'f'cIf : Plastic and live bait 10-ounce bass, which he tookon der and drum fishing are also ..
worms All Sizes
good. King fishing is fair on . . . Reg. 1.99
are taking some bass. a blue worm in Prairie A A A J.
'3E Good strings of bream are Creek on June 2; Mac Brown's the average-some boats make XI"Il"I'IYIXXIIX oxXX LADIES
being caught mainly in the (black worm, Shirley good catches; others, none. IT'IT iI JAMAICA -07
a Some barracuda SHORTS . . . 2.99
south end and in Prairie Creek. Lake, 6-3)); Frank Webb's dolphin, and Reg. __
Popular bream baits are crick- 12-4 (Baby Dalton Special, Cooler bonito are being taken while
ets, worms, and shrimp. Pond, 6-7); J. L. Stand- trolling for kings. e.l LADIES PLAY TOP 177O57

ORANGE LAKE ridge's nice string (largest, 12- Duck*Picture* Bright* I BRAS . . . Reg. 1.99 _
2)) (black worm, WatermelonPond
Thomas Fishing Resort Ducks Unlimited has taken a
LADIES JAMAICA SKIRT
6-7)); Bill Cole and KenMerritt's -
fair bass fish- somewhat brighter view of the THE fRIENDUEST PlACE IN JOWl
Speck fishing ; nice PLAY SETS .
ing good; and bream fishing string (largest, Canadian waterfowl situation . Reg. 2.99 _
good. 6%) (Orange Lake, 6-12; Ar- than the U. S. government. An
r The speck fishing has slowed thur Hines' nice string (Shin- increased breeding populationin Party Package GIRLS SUMMER 187
down; however, some are being ers, Trout Pond, 6-13)); Roy Mc- Manitoba and Saskatchewan SLEEPWEAR Asst. Styles Reg. 1.99 I
caught in deep water. Michen's two 10-pounders (San- plus a good crop expectedin 4005 N.W. 13th ST.
M Bass fishing has picked up. ta Fe Lake, 6-14)); Dottie Nie- southern Alberta should proI GIRLS 2 & 3 PC. PLAYWEAR
Vernon Eddy, son, Randy, and derkohr's 6-12 (Shiner, Cow-,duce substantial numbers of I 375-2800 SETS Sizes 7-14 0 Reg. 1.69 137
I t : daughter, Susan, caught 11 bass pen Lake, 6-16)); Chuck and'ducks and geese, according to I I 7 a.m. 11 p.m., Mon. Sat.
(up to 5 pounds) Monday morn- Mammie Dalton's nice string a recent DU report. GIRLS SHORTS

ing on a black worm, black P"-- All Sizes . . . Reg. 1.00 67r._
d s4Ly Jitterbug, and a Jim Pheif- _
fer banana lure. Night fishingfor 'LlttlC FolKS by CQorgelinzmayer r.I GIRLS 1-PC. PLAYSUIT
bass is also good. 77r.
GIVE ME A DIME'S WORTH ]\ \' THE LITTLE All Sizes . . . 94c
Good strings including lim- JPF ANIMAL CRACKERS T)[ atS west:..SHE KID STORE FOR TOP CAN VALUE OUT-BARGAIN, NO Reg. _
its-of bream are being taken. AND S'LL WANTS FULL VALUE I
Mr. Thomas and brother got e ALL FOR HERMONEY / INFANTS SUNSUITS & 2 PC.
s\ 247
t. t. r r their limits of shellcrackers ELNAVE'PHAN T S' ( 4-.j: aN sr SETS . . . . Reg. 2.99
L J Sunday morning off Webb's
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SANTA FE LAKE & DECK PANTS . Reg. 1.99
at the FairLive Shipman's Fish Camp I PI1!

Speck fishing good; bass fish- CHILDRENS BLOUSES
Florida alligators are unloaded as part of 97
Asst. Sizes
1.39
the Florida Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission'sExhibit ing fair; and bream fishing I U Reg. i

at the Florida Pavilion, New York World's good.
Good and several lim BOYS & GIRLS 2&3 PC.
Fair by (L to R), Area Supervisor E. W. Lawrence, strings Fresh Pork -1x7
Jr., Valparaiso and Wildlife Officers Bud Timmons, it-catches of specks have been Roth's Black Hawk SPARERIBS r lean Ground CABANA SETS . Reg. 1.99 I _
t :Marianna and Robert Brantley, Lake City. The taken on live minnows over CHUCK :EEF
Wildlife exhibit at the Fair includes large live Florida Shipman's brush piles. ROAST LITTLE BOYS SHORTS 27

o, fresh water bass and bream, wild ducks, exotic Some bass mostly year. $ 00 All Sizes . . . Reg. 39c
birds, and Florida flamingos, as well as alligators.The lings-are being taken on plas- 45 49 3 Lb. 1
animals are situated in beautiful Florida set- tic worms and shiners. Lb. LITTLE GIRLS SHORTS 137CHILDRENS

tings of palms and tropical plants. The Florida Bream are being taken the off 7 Inch Cut All Sizes 0 . . . Reg. 1.69 1
the docks and along grass-
Pavilion is located on Meadow Lake along the Boston Butt Pork
"Bridge to the Florida Keys" and includes a white edges. Shellcrackers are being RIBROAST SUMMER
sand beach imported from Florida. caught off the sand bar. I'( r d End Cut PorkCHOPS ROAST39Lb. 87
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LADIES' CHILDREN'S INFANTS Sweet Peas PICNIC .LARDcons00 All Sizes . 0 . Reg. 2.99 217

+ e x 7 3lb. 1.49 3-lb.
CANVAS Children's Sizes can jar 39 BOYS SHORT SLEEVE

5 to 8-82 to 12 L SPORT SHIRTS 0 . Reg. 1.29 87
Jim Dandy Sw'h'' PremiumGRITS '
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Ladies Italian SANDALS and White 45; Cartons BOYS KNIT 77r.
303 CAN CUT .4 of GusefsonsBEETS SHIRTS I . . . Reg. 1.00 _

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495 to 1495 Women's Shoes BEACH HATS . . Reg. 1.99 I

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VALUES UP TO $22.95 A PAIR I Summer Styles Reg. 1.00
!Thousands of pairs to choose from. All Spring and
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Our Value 300 Can STRAWS VINYL, CLOTH Reg. 2.99
$499 $1499 Dude 13.0> Uaf
to Pork & Beans 10/99* I| Bread" 2 navesTOMATOES 27j LADIES SUMMER

$250 $750 iR Flo. Gr. A MeaEGGS : Firm Ripe BELTS Reg. 1.00 27
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$2491. $749USE 2 DOZ.79c Cnt. 19< 15s! Asst. Styles . . Reg. 79c

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i i Astream & AfieldContinued I"*_4 Recreation

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( from Page 14) Talara. This is one of the tvt.\: i
Schlitz Fishing Derby Results world's greatest fishing spots. Vv> At Buchholz

Latest results in the 1964 Penn is making it easy for I DutD Service [enterOne
Schlitz Florida Fishing Derby fishermen. Just stop by a Penn t;; anal Tables t : I There is a daily recreation

I indicate excellent fishing reel dealer and pick up a Fish- } program from 2-5 p.m. at Buch- For AH Your Car NeedsAt
Shopping
I in both salt and fresh water, Adventures This holz Junior High School during Stop

from coast to coast, throughoutNorth should ing be mailed coupon.to contest "...;. .;:;.:;.. ;<........................................... ..... .==...'"'......................----.-''''-..'''''...... the summer, it was an- Discount-low Prices.

and West Florida. headquarters in Chicago. An-I The schedule ef Solunar Periods, as what shorter durationUse nounced today.- SERVICE
. Last week's compilation of 'glers will receive a FREE roll printed below, has been taken from John Eastern Standard time.P.M. Jim Pritchett, supervisor, WHILE
Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan A.M.
,\1 tagged fish returns in thearea's 'of film, in a choice of sizes and your days so that you will be fishing in Day Min. Mai Min. Mal. said activities include table ten- YOU
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showed the good territory or hunting in good cover Saturday. 7:05 12:5t 7:20 1:18 nis, shuffleboard, b a dminton,
Derby Zone 4 ....... 1 40 I li 2:05
color or black and white. during these times. if you wish to find tie Sunday 7:55 : : SHOP.
first six weeks of the four best sport that each day has to offer Monday ...... 8:50 2:35 ':10 3:00!volleyball, paddle tennis and oniulr
Fishermen are going to haveto The Major Periods are shown in bold Tuesday....... 9 40 3:U 10:00 3:SO ojsconxt
months event had enriched fish- face type. These begin at the times shown Wednesday... 10:30 4:15 10:50 4:40 darts.In
snap the shutter themselves and last for an hour and a half or two Thursday..... 11:20 5:05 11:40 S:30 I addition, a record playeris
ermen by $4,475 in cash awards picturing their favorite fishing hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, Friday......... 6:10 6:25 12:15 t '
. for 139 Schlitz catches for research shown In regular type, are of some- available and participantsmay
I studies by the State experience, and then describing Tides bring their records for dan-

) Game and Fresh Water Fish I that adventure in 25 words or Horse Show FishingFriday cing. The program is open to LAST 3 DAYS !
' less. Winner and companion will
I' Commission and the Stat e High at 3:12 a.m. and 1:43 school-age boys and girls.
jet to Peru and back via Slated Here p.m. Low at C:M a.m. and ?06 p.m.
Mon-
, Board of Conservation. The Saturday High at 3:47 a.m. and 2:17 : The program operates
Derby, which opened May 1, Panagra and Pan American Air- On p.m. Low at 8:39 a.m. and 9:U p.m. :day through Friday each week.
SaturdayA Sunday High at 4:24 a.m. and 2:54
and while in Peru it's the
will continue through Aug. 31, ways p.m. Low at 9:IS a.m. and 10:18 p.m.
I with all costs being defrayed by full treatment including per- horse show featuring 20 p.m.Monday Low -at High 10 a.m.at 5:02 and a.m.10:58 and p_m.3:38 I Detroit Tiger Manager Charlie -
' the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Com- sonal boat, guide and fishing Tuesday High at 5:41 a.m. and Dressen won National I FACTORY
I' events will get under way at 4 31 p.m. Low at 10:55 a.m. and 11:41
gear-all without charge.In I with the
pany. 7:30 Saturday night at the Ala- p.m.Wednesday League pennants
I Tagged fish are redeemed by addition to the grand prize, .chua County Riding Horse Assn. 5:37 p.m. Low-at High 12:03 p.m.at 6:25 am. and I Brooklyn Dodgers in 1952 and

, Schlitz wholesalers for forward- there are 575 other prizes. Se-[Show Grounds on Waldo Rd. pm Thursday Low at- 12:30 High a.m.at 7:10 and a.m.1 20 and p.m.7 1953.

ing to the state agencies. Thus cond prize, 25 of them will be A special 5:30 p.m. calf roping -j
far, the first $1,000 award in the Penn Surfmaster No. 200 reels, event will precede the main
CHOOSE FROM 400 COLORS
,, zone has gone to Mrs. Mary mounted on custom-built rods. show, which is sponsored by I CLEARANCEA
Green, 1980 Talladega Road, Sport clubs who would like to the Alachua County Sheriff's
Jacksonville, for a two-pound get free film-contest coupons in Mounted Posse. I DAVIS
whiting, hooked from the Fort bulk may write to Penn Fishing The'show is for non profes-

.George Bridge there. It was the Tackle Mfg. Co., 3028 West sionals, and aimed at getting Satin Tone
t fifth $1,000 specimen caught in Hunting Park Avenue, Phila- qualified young people to enter. "big 4" maker needed room. we bargainedfor

this year's statewide Derby. delphia, Pa. The entry fee is $1 per horse for low !
The Gainesville wholesaler, each event. A trophy and four 1 LATEXWALL hundreds. you get these prices

U.S. OPEN B.B.C. WINNER 1 ribbons will be awarded in S nQ
Anderson Distributing Co., has atlnTo4rp
paid out $200 for seven fish in 1 B. E. Corley, Sr., of Winter: each class. I ,w.u r. R PAINT
awards of one-$50 and six25. Haven, won the 14th weekly Hester's 556 WHITEWALLS BLACK WALLS !

Catches have been good from contest of the U.S. Open Black I i

reefs off Jacksonville, Mayportand Bass Championship with a Leads Women I REASONS WHY IT'S BEST TUBELESS TUBE-TYPE !
St. Augustine, as well as catch weighing 10 pounds, 9 ,
from bridges and piers there, ounces, which he made out of Shirley Hester topped the,' Latex Base Odorless

the St. Johns River and Little Lake Eloise near his home. I Women's_ Summer ague..8tl\ Flat Sheen Alkalie Resistant
.,, Talbot Island. Corley made his catch on an Palm Lanes last night with for Plaster SIZES TO FIT MOST CARS, EVEN SPORTS CARS !
Schlitz fish also have been I Old Jim black worm while 199168189556. She rolled for I Self Priming '

found in the Oklawaha River, trolling. It measured 28 inches the Nonsense team. Gwen Du- for Sheet roc:. '20 Min. Dry fc -*- "Mi
Lake in length and 18 in girth and laney of Gold Coast Restaurant -
Water Town Lake at City =
Lake Talquin at Tallahassee, took 10 minutes to land. It was had a 549 set and Phyllis'! e for Masonry Washable -w.e- -

and in newly stocked Lake Jun. registered with Rainbow Boat Wright 519. I for Cement Spreads Further ..
Basin. Mrs. Wright had a 620 on .,."
iper Lake at Bear DeFuniak, a "showcase"Springs, and of The contest is now in its 15th games of 165-256-199 in the I for Stone NonYellowingBlisterProof GUARAlItEE

state fish management near week and the overall tourna- loop two weeks ago. She car- for Primed Wood ROAD
ment ends Aug. 1st. ries a 160 average. : 20 M01l1R ROOAR 'fIRIS
Milton. i Nonsense had a 1735 series for Primed Metal Thin with Water ,
Somewhere in these waters a
I DISTAFF BEST and a 589 high game. Yvonne .
$10,000 fish is evading capture, 000/0
Soper had triplicate games of I 1
along with scores of others with Recently George and Ginny II USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE AT ._ '_ '.
of Gainesville went fish- 174.In GANESVtLLE'S! OLDEST PAINT DEALERS -
lesser values, but all worth at Sparks the Newcomers Coffee I' ...- -- '.#
least $25 each. ing off the island of Bimini. League at Palm Lanes, Jeanne w.. '
Both caught sailfish, but guess Leland had 157216181554. Ju-I

FISH PHOTO CONTEST whose was the biggest. Ginny's anita Fulmer rolled 470 and I I3f1IRD oar YM M.titit toll444

Fishermen should jump at the went 46 pounds; George's 28 Mae Hill 459. The 216 was top I J
contest now being sponsored by pounds. Both got 25-pound dolphin -game. Team No. 8 had a 2335 M
Penn Fishing Tackle Mfg. Co., among many. They used set and Team No. 4 came up .. C NIptHtfJ s

with the glittering prize being a the Ballyhoo bait. with an 824 high game. I

full wtek for two at the fabulous Splits were made by Norma WfREE[ ON TOWER LOT i Brand New' No SecondsT
Cabo Blanco Fishing club on the REMEMBER, TAKE A BOY Simpson, 5-8-10; Melba Sanders,! !

mountainous coast of Peru near OR GIRL FISHING! 5-6; and Joyce Nachtrieb, 67. Hurry, limited Quantities ; .

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CHEVY U by Chevrolet OUR MUFFLER OWN PRINCETON NYLON

PRINCETON SEAT BELTS

:If you thought Chevy TL was thrifty before, you should see your Chevrolet dealer nowYou $A88\J $088 SHOCK ABSORBERS 388

Cticvroltt Pantile 2 f or 1088INSTALLIO Meets or eaceeds eA
couldn't pick a better time to bug one! Stick with a storage area with as much room as the insides of seven 1950-1962- fontitc1S4M9U 1591960Fortf federal, itat end

Chevy II and you'll go places this summer-economically. good-sized refrigerators. And that kind of space is going YatiantFer9 11>->-1157 'A.FREE S.XE. rtqwwtmtnUAssorted color

Spacious wagons. Sedans. Sporty Sport Coupes. Take to bring home a lot of sunfish. e UncerOldsmobile 1960-1962 19S4-1960_ KWw rwUMT hwXUft bwW IAstol1otioa or.iob{

your pick. They're all tightwads. a As for rough terrain, Chevy II gobbles it up painlessly. 19SM9S2 Duals slihtty halter 11 S4-1 1 60 Helps UffMM fire HuWg*

The Nova wagon for instance, like all Chevy II's, And quietly. The unitized body is turtle-tight. The same

adjusts its own brakes. It's got a Delcotron generator to IMDEiriMVELiTIME unique single-leaf rear springs that contribute to alRCcool 5 PAIK PLUGS

lengthen a battery's life.The engines are real gas scrooges. Chevy II's smooth ride are also geared to take more of CAR CUSHION Shell 3 qt..

And the rocker panels take in rain water to flush them- a beating than comparable multi-leaf springs. These

selves free of rust-causing salt and dirt. springs can't squeak and nner need lubricating. 88 MOTOR OIL 9ft Of SETS OF I 14' each

Inside the Nova wagon, where you can seat sir angler.. This all naturally leads us to price. Your Chevrolet Factory rebuilt and factory fuar-
with tackle boxes, there's deep-twist carpeting surrounded FOR THE dealer has that pleasant story. Why don't you two get Your choice of 20W or 3CW anteed.

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) DEAR ABBY: My husband is a highly respected professional to go "steady" with anyone. Why not play the field and AN THEY EM, BURY \IT BUSTS// /r

man. My problem is his secretary. When I telephone date several girls and make comparisons? w INTO*TH'VALLEVO'TH'SMMOON* SHATTERS! .EM r, ,4 eQ

f my husband at his office, she always gives me .+ NOW!'

some fresh answer, such as, "Yes, I'm sure he's here because DEAR ABBY: Is it or is it not in good taste to apply 1 1. J

I I am sitting on his lap." make-up at the table after dining in public? I once sat at

I Once when I asked to speak to my husband, she said a table with a young woman who took out jars and tubesof

she would see if he was in condition to talk after chas- creams and paints, as well as an assortment of paint If1r # j erJ .

ing her around her desk all morning. 1 have never given brushes. Then she proceeded to outline her eyes and paint cu tI ) \ J
this woman the impression that I like this sort of thing, and her lips as an artist would apply paint to a canvas. Your i

r I am always too embarrassed to think of anything to say answer is despearately needed in this city.

to her. I want to be considered a good sport but I do not CHICAGO r C
I wish to put up with any more of this. How should I handle DEAR CHICAGO: It is permissible to retouch the lips quicklyin L
I it? public. But if a whole new paint job is required, it's bestto Q &b '- 0.

PUZZLED take the primer, paint, varnish and brushes into the ladies's

DEAR PUZZLED: Tell your husband exactly what his sec room and work privately.
TWO YORE BIZNESS B12NESSA1NT I I: HAD TO RUN OFF
retary has said to )'ou. And if she isn't shipped out-or shap- iII
I If ed up in one big hurry-}'our problem is a lot more serious DEAR ABBY: Our son, who is married and living out I'M WORE TO BATCHES? THRIVINf SHORE IS r' NO i A BATCH OF REVENOOERS etc
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of the has his father for Father's GOODERWE'LL AFORE I COULD RUN OFF.
than you think it is. city, never given anything 2 A FRAZZLE MAW- PAW
1/ Day. Nor has he ever remembered me with so much as a 'N" IHADTORUNOFF II A BATCH OFCORN.SQUEE1IN'S ?

V DEAR ABBY: I have been going steady with this girl for card or a telephone call on Mother's Day. Our birthdays and TWO BATCHES n, ,

i 14 months and I have kissed her only 11 times. Do you anniversaries are ignored also. We never fail to send him, CDCD TODAY 1

think this is good? Anyone else does that in ten minutes.I his wife, and their children lovely gifts for all occasions.

am 16 and she is 15. She doesn't have any reason to be Knowing that friends and relatives would ask me what our

r'i afraid of me because I am not rough or anything like that. son sent us for an occasion that called for a gift, I would I

She told me over the phone last night that she wanted to buy something very costly and pass it off as a "gift" from a

t break up with me. I started to cry on the phone and I our son. He will pay for them in the end, however, becauseI

told her that I loved only one girl and she was her. Should have been keeping track of the cost, and instructions have Z '
t I let her go and look for someone else? I can't make up been left in our will that after Dad and I are gone the cost 2 < J ll v
my mind. of those items shall be deducted from whatever we leave. I 6z5

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accuses the Blair staff of of a dedicated mother, 10:30 Q CD News O Super Car JUST KNEW IT!-LEE TRASK WMf1Y1J .THE WAY; SHE USUALLY DOES? HE SAID!

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THEM \I 127 THAT*iHU>fN<3 WHEN THEY P2 ) ARE EDITORS, OR KAPJO-
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O .sf RAOIoTV AND MAGAZINE I THBfc MAW< TJREP curl TEUYJ510N l rriPYOWHAVS
3frm dark mittt,>3WASHINGTON agine him turning up at class The trouble, of course, as make Christian's life wealth I* PEOPLE KNOW B'TTJ R 'J. INTERESTS AN APARTMENT
I T1MV TO TJry'-7 D pa TOO. a ::::7& ALONE:
reunions and :
A computer conven everyone knows who has read ier. But when they win the z nwcu AroNCE Hgl: AT (1 ,.,
young tions. "That's old 709," the "Cyrano De Bergerac", is that poetry award, applause at Lincoln r TNIc fAIR... -
man in FIr Aida has just taughta He high-speed boys will whisper, sooner or later Roxanne will i Center and the Pulitzer Y ) r.
write
computer to poetry. "He's down writing poetry. learn that her Christian is onlya Prize, Christian must also live J : -
feeds the machine 78 words, in At the bar tetrameter mutterer about with J. :
running binary nu- the knowledge that it is
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cluding 20 simple phrases, through his tubes, he will merals and that the poet she the machines, not he, that bewitched .
it to use nouns adjectives, be hounded with subtle sneer- truly loves is old IBM-709. the world's Roxannes. f
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verbs in orderly sequence
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the machine grinds out 30 have Tragedy? Not for 709. He is c )
poets you put out of work Hen
poems a minute. this year, 709?" only a machine, after all. It is CentrifugeFor v r.1
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up to Washington this fall and Men
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help us call the election six
the serene sun minu mere calculator.For DOWNEY I SL'sI c .AY CCSMa' SiEM5 TdYtCi
t e s before the po 11 s Calif. (APScientists -
While the heart heard close?" here > +.17 CAV Z COSMO'SI / c1vl: NJr rouztOUGN G ALL.R.GI1T .
Roxanne, the psychic are building what kORNER
The swift moon stopped Being a poet has its compensations damage is not so easily re- they call the world's largest I SLUG Yt"J.OR :'LL -

author silently.The .of these lines is however, and in paired. It is a hard thing fora centrifuge-a machine so big it : c =F / cKAY! I
time 709 will discover them., woman to discover that she can take four men on 30-day PLEAS.'I rtf
IBM-709. Capable of only 42- One of these is that most ladies is really in love with a ma- simulated space flights. N Ip i 1>oh"r N, It
000 mathematical additions
per or at least most ladies chine. It doesn't help for Chris- Two capsules mounted at any .. e
obsolete
second it is considered t
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modern whom a computer woul' want tian to tell her that the words point on the 150-foot rotatingarm ro > o

which among account computers for the to spend an evening with, were his, and that the machine each will carry two men, .. RiRr II
may sf
brooding tone of some of its would far rather have a poem I merely arranged them in in- equipment and provisions sufficient r-
than a red-hot election statis- finite combinations to make for a month's spin, scien .' 5
best lines. (For example: "The r....
darkly reality grew harshly"; tic.Once I poetry. Everyone can buy a tists say.
"fearfully the silent fields fad 709 starts turning out,dictionary; only a poet can rearrange Researchers hope that study- N I
ed"; "the heavy landscape 500 poems a minute 720,000 I it into music. ing human reactions to the pro ,
poems every 24-hour day-this longed rotation will give them
crashed* suddenly. fact about women is going to What is illustrated in the!clues on how man can live and

Nevertheless, obsolete or not, occur to some handsome, inarticulate -I' hypothetical case of Roxanne work in ,
IBM 709 will eventually be ableto space. COME ON,POT SOU WNT KNOW MEVERE V GIVE ME WOOTHEK ) SURE.MI55 LEEP5...
computer genius and Christian and 709 is the tend-, *.' THE LEEDS KIP K INTO \ NO..E4.T SENP HER IN GOING VERY WELl.. ARU14G: STACK OP CKPS'r BUT HRST YOU CHECK
turn out 500 poems a min- he is going to bear one of 709's ency for the master-servant' 3 FOR TVO G5AN7PO I JfcW OFFICE Wn'EW SHE HOMES NO ONE TELLS MEttiHEN WITH MK. KENO Jrf
ute, according to forecasts better sonnets to his unattainable relationships between man and OnlookersHae rCUT HER OFP> KENO? wC WANTS MORE CHIPS/ m G0 HOME.
from Tallahassee. The pity ii Roxanne. ti I IM
machine to get confused when
that there is no practical use I Everybody knows Roxanne. third parties become involved 'Chalet'COLUMBUS ti r / l1t 0
for this talent. Poetry nowadays Nothing leaves her colder than
Christian may be master of his 0 0e
sells little better than:Christian's small &ilk about Ohio
new convertible Thundercoupe, AP) A
horse collars, and any poet binary numerals and circuit but once he suspects Roxanne glassed-in structure has been

who cannot fortify his income !telemetry. But let him arrive: would love him less in a bat- erected at a main downtown -

with a curmudgeon act or lec one night with a 709 sonnet' tered sedan the machine is in Columbus intersection where a e ,.

ture-circuit jokes is hard put[about the swift moon stopping' power. 25-story office building is rising C' ;, I
to pay the milkman. [ and she will how
suddenly It's for
I passersby to watch con- .-....
IBM-709 can expect nothingbut I him a moon that the N.A.S/ Computers that write poetry struction, and a special sign ..

contempt from his fellow I computing center has never, music and novels, all doubtless sign proclaims if: Sidewalk Su- P- _

computers. It is painful to im-I dreamed of. i inevitable, will be only tools to perintendents' Chalet. .r






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Thursday, June 25, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

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;1 I Plants Like June BrideI MARKETPrices Gilchrist County JACKSONVILLE (APThe large 39-43, mostly 41-43; medi

Northeast Florida Egg Market um 32-35, mostly 31-35; small 24
I Agent's CornerBy ; : prices to retailers: 28, mostly 28.
and the number of cat.
!f Agricultural By HARVEY SHARPE dency for middle age spread, ly the size, number, spacingand tle sold picked up somewhatthis Extra large 42-46, mostly 46; Poultry at farms: fryers 13%.
Extec.
ion Service
then leave ample room be- type of leaves, flowers week at the Gainesville
June brides are like orna- the and fruits. JIM' YELVINGTON
,. tween plants or between Texture is also Livestock Market. A. better hog
I mental beautiful plants both are house and the plant. measured by the appearanceof sale also was reported, with Agricultural Extension Service
and slender when
The southern magnolia is the leaves such as dull, butcher grades holding about
young, but are apt to change
dark.
glossy or
i7 an example. With age it loses I
shape they older. steady. TO KEEP PIGS COOL
as overall
grow participation in 4-H
its graceful, upright pose and Lines of a plant are meas-
: Some say that they can tell ured how With some strength shown on An inexpensive mist sprinklerset I this year will be evaluated to I
what their wife is going to belike begins spreading out. include by it grows. Lines all but a few grades, 823 headof up by Gilchrist farmer Jack determine the winners of these,!
I 30 years hence by looking This middle age spreadcan vertical, horizontal, cattle were sold Monday, Hays is keeping his porkerscool camp awards.
I at the motherinlaw.. Using become a problem if arching. drooping and irregular. compared to 553 last week. The and growing during 0 uri Six of these scholarships are I
this tip, don't plant a slender there is no room to spread. Federal-State Market News Ser extremely hot weather. Yes, it's to be given by our Board of'i'
Planted too close to the house Vertical lines like aralia, vice uniform .
young ornamental until you reported groups "stand still" time again, but County Commissioners
I scout the neighborhood and a magnolia may damage the nandina and saw cabbage pal- selling for much better prices Jack's feeder pigs don't know it. the most one to','I
see a plant old enough to be roof or buckle the founda- metto can be used to compli- than singles. They are kept cool and comfortable -each of our deserving six 4-H 4-Her Clubs.from The i
its mother. If there is tion. ment vertical lines of a build- Cattle prices Monday.
a ten- by the constant mist provided Kiwanis Club of the University''
So in selecting plants for ing or to contrast a horizontal Steers and heifers-Good, two and make I FOAM
they regular
;f Florida Is your homestead, remember element like a low, flat at $20; standard, $16-18.50; util- visits to the feeders and waterers -City two is to giving four scholarships!
I ornamentals are like people- sports car. ity, $15-17.25; stockers. $10-18. and back to the cool of the deserving 4-H boys and, ICECHEST $147
t size and col- If you don't plan to buy a cut- two to deserving 4-H girls. II
they have shape Cows-Utility, $13-14.50;
I mist. During the cooler portionsof So For Year Round Use
I Beef State or. Other qualities of plants low slung auto, then plant ters, $11-13; stockers, 81650. added vitamins boys and girls, get your !
the day they get ''
include mass, texture and several Pfitzer junipers. They Calves Good, 1823.75; records in order and submit'i For year 'round use. blade of foam
'.I will give the same effect and standard minerals, etc. from the them in this competition when: styrene with rtmarkabU Insulatingproperties.
lines according to Dr. E. W. $17-20.75; utility, $15- .
Just the Same McElwee, ornamental horti- will be cheaper to maintain. 18.50; stockers. $10-22. fine green millet pasture pro- they are called for the last of:1 sturdy.Incredibly Keeps light cold,things extremely With Metal

culturist with the Agricultural For irregular lines try Bulls-Utility, none cutters, vided. July, when these scholarship! cold, hot things hot. Carrying Handle
'l The mention of Florida whips Extension Service. planting spirea or the Japanse $13-14.75; stockers. $817.A Livestock and poultry producers -winners will be selected.
up an image of palm trees, Selecting plants with proper privit. If you like depres- total of 325 head of hogs who do nothing to cushion ROUND
3 i white sandy beaches and pretty size and shape is important. sive moods, then set out jas- was sold at the local market its effects pay a severe penalty -I Is of Their 9 *
girls eating oranges.Subsequently To be attractive, the mines and powderpuffs. These Tuesday. This compares with to hot, humid summer weather. ICE BUCKETS 23 caUse .
t, the Sunshine home, the plants, and the lot plants are said to have droop- 265 head last week. Feederswere Exposure to the sun's blistering Die in, Wrecks
t'I State does not have the person- must be of relative size.A ing lines. strong, with several pens rays, lack of fresh water
ality of a state that can claim modest-size home on a Regardless of what plants selling for $19-20. (inside and out), insect pest DUMAS Tex. AP-Five of I Our Convenient Layaway Plan
cowboys, round-ups, and brand- small lot with giant size you use in your landscaping, Hog prices Tuesday: !I torment these lead livestockand Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Solomon's I''' Just a small deposit will held your purchases
( ing irons like Texas or Montana. shrubs makes the mortgage plan the spacing before you No. l's, $16.20; No. 2's, $15.50; poultry to dilly dally, laze, nine children have died in traffic -
r But Florida is definitely a look cheaper than it is. I plant. This will prevent back- No. 3's, $14; No. 4's, $14.70; No. loaf and lag. Days and weeksare accidents.
beef cattle state a fact that Around most homes, a few I aches later when you dig and 5's, $12.05; No. 1 ro's, $13.50; fritted away. Gains stand Two sons died Wednesday : GO FIRST r0
I, probably surprises a lot of its large plants will look better move crowded ornamentals. feeders, up to $20. still or slip sharply. Simple night when their car struck a1!, HOURS MOH.:
i residents. As a matter of fact, than many small plants. So.i i ways to beat the heat can reduce -parked pickup truck. Three oth.li THRU
cattlemen boast that Florida is plan your landscape and plant feed need and get as er children were killed a SAT
[ second in the South in livestock enough ornamentals to cover much as 20 to 40 per cent faster wreck five years ago. I IJILIj/ 9-9
production and 18th in the na- the area when they are three- <& aitesuilleThxiIi;aun production.No The latest accident took the
i 1 tion. fourths mature and not the Jack's pigs don't know lives of David Lee Solomon, 13,I
1 According to Dr. T. J. Cunha, size when planted. it's "stand still" time because and John Edward Solomon, 22.'/ GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

head of the University of Floe Color, other than green, is FARM they have ample shade and a The family lives in Sunray,: 1130 North Main Street
I rida's Animal Science Department one of the more distinctive fine mist sprinkler system along Tex. i i I.- -
I Florida beef cattle indus qualities of plants. Therefore, with plenty of cool drinking water -
try has grown from 355,000 head color gives accent to land- & i feed and pasture to keep\
in 1929 to almost 1.5 million scaping. GARDEN them cool, comfortable and
\It head in 1964. Total pound production Warm colors red, orange I growing.
p\ of beef was 42 million I and yellow are advancing I Your Future
4-H CLUB NEWS
I then vs. 350 million today. colors. They are useful in
Our annual 4-H Club
.' Ranchers from the Panhandle landscape work to decreasethe project
I to the Glades devote more than apparent distance. Colors r tours are behind us now. I >Rr.
'{ eight million acres of land to add a welcome touch to your Next major activity for Gil- Can Be
!'I I raising cattle, which bring 40 home. Down to Earth christ 4-Hers is 4-H summer t v K Bright
)j pounds of beef per acre. How- On the other hand, cool col- camp at Cherry Lake the week II '
ever, Cunha points out that ors are receding and give the I of Aug. 4. This year we again
'i other cattle states produce 200 impression of distance. So if In Levy County have the privilege of sharing
to 500 pounds of meat per acre. you desire to keep the bill the camp with Dixie and Todays and tomorrows are brighter if
'I To further illustrate the collectors away from your ler County 4-Hers. Flag-I you have ready cash for the things you

;i 1 state's potential for industry expansion door, try planting cool colors Bj LEONARD COBB Gilchrist 4-Hers are and need. How to have that
the scientist notes that blue, green and violet. Agricultural Extension Service keep this date in mind and planto ? Save for it but be sure to
I home-grown beef is only worth Cool colors also make the join us for a week of fun. 411f:2 OJ.want. where economical operation plus
85 per cent of the U. S. average house look farther back on Ten scholarships to this camp
I Cattlemen reminded that If a reactor is found in your management have made attrac-
I value. This means cattlemen the lot. This is cheaper than are 1 will be given to the most deserving -
must place increasing emphasis moving the house. county agents have back tags herd, though, this backtaggingwill 4-Hers. Project record tive dividends of 4V2 per cent possible
upon animal quality and the entire Texture of plants is the available in their office for cat- be required to test the herd books for 1964 and the 4-Hers'j DIVIDEND since July 1959. The place to save is
1 operation to approach and coarseness of fineness of the tle owners to use in the bru- this reactor came from.If Gainesville Mutual where yield safety
cellosis eradication program.All you wish to cooperate in In Cash ,
even surpass the U.S. average. ornamentals. Texture is main-
cattle owners are urged to this program by backtagg i n g I or Compounded and convenience is available to the

., I cooperate in this program by your cattle going to slaughter, Semi-Annually thrifty person.Gainesville.
backtagging their cattle goingto get in touch with our office and
slaughter. Levy County is a we will see that you get the
: Alachua CountyAeiit's modified certified free area, back tags and glue for applying ,\ I'
t but this program will help us them. We cannot put them on Mutual
,i as well as the counties to our for you. .
CornerBy south. For one thing every animal This week will climax one of ;
: that is backtagged will the best watermelon seasons we yrsist BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION
count on our official number to have had in the past five years.
WILBURN C. FARRELL I' be tested in a re certification Our crop was not the best but I 217 N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-5771 or FR 6-2415

,' Agricultural Extension Service I program. Backtagging is a good the market was steady throughout -I -
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way to keep .up with:, brucellosis. the season. Nobody got; I
Tuesday, I attended the assisted by Associate County in your herd and not nave to rich, yet losses on the water-
DARE luncheon in the Florida Agent A. T. Andrews. get them up for a complete test- melon crop this year should be'II
/ Gym with Henry Raatama, Feeder Pig Sale few. We have some late fields
I Claude Brandon, county commissioner Swine producers are reminded ing.We are cooperating with the that shipped their first melons I WE JUST COULDN'T WAIT
ii ; Ralph Cellon Sr., of the Graded Feeder Pig USDA and the State Depart this week. Most of these late I
f and Ralph Cellon Jr., presidents Sale to be held at 4 p.m. July ment of Agriculture at the request -melons are of excellent qualityand I
is of the State and County 9 here in Gainesville. Any producer of the Florida Cattlemens should do well on the mar
Cattlemens Associations, re- wishing to enter animals Association in making these ket if buyers are available. 1 I WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESSIN
spectively; and hundreds of should contact t he county back tags available to cattle- Tobacco growers may wantto 1j j
agricultural leaders from agent's office so arrangementscan men in our county. The programis top and sucker their tobacco, :1j
{ij y throughout the state who came be made for field inspec- on a voluntary basis and no now that we are getting a little j OUR NEW STORE AT
'f I to hear the address by Secre- tion of the pigs. Entry blanks one is going to force you to put rain. This practice will add 300 Spare DAD From A 1I
tary of Agriculture Orville may be obtained from our of back tags on your slaughteredcattle. pounds of tobacco per acre on HEART ATTACK I
Freeman. fice. the average to a crop. 2317 S.W. 13th STREETMuch
, 'I Buy Him A
Immediately following the ad- IJ
dress, Ralph Cellon Sr. and I] SelfPropelledTORO

had the privilege of attending I MOWER
the secretary's press confer-
ence.
Someone asked what effect' b v< of our new merchandise has not been received -
the importation of beef had on I' WHY 'A ,
the cattle industry. Secretary r; and our building needs a few final touches

i Freeman said, "Beef cattle I before it is completed, but we just couldn't wait
production in Florida is off 30 .
i l f per cent, while the nation as a I I ; ; longer.
any
t the whole import is up effects ten per are cent minimal, but I IS THE NEWCHANNEL ': f + b w.9YY I

and no legislative program to .
-
curb imports is being consid- -
ered, as there will be a short- : We have so many beautiful things for your hometo
MASTERC4I !
age of beef for the next 18 : .:
show that decided to doors for
, months.The secretary stated that the t !t (V'L. you we open our

USDA has purchased 120 million de business now and have our formal opening at a

1 pounds of choice beef, GOLDEN CROSSFIRE ANTENNA later date when everything is complete.
much of which is going to the I
school lunch program.Do I'

\ much you beef have is consumed any idea in how the : So Successful In Color, and .

U.S. each month A whopping Come in and see Gainesville's most beautiful furniture
:I 1% BILLION pounds. Hog production Black & White TV Reception In This Area?
and believe will
proud'of it
down drastically in store. We are you

Alachua tremely low County prices due for the to past ex- Let's face it! -you get a sharper clearer picture on EVERY enjoy seeing the many lovely things we have selectedfor

year, is off about seven percent Among TV experts, this Is what Is known as a channel!
Prices are beginning to tough fringe area. In too many homes like That goes for black-and-white and color! TV! your approval. .
will yours, the TV picture isn't very good. Your And you get marvelous FM, too!
rise stabilize and at we a hope profitable they level. i family's video enjoyment Is marred by snow... .It's.all done with a wonderful new spaceageprinciple New Toro .
I ghosts..blur..and other forms of annoying -Proportional Energy Absorption! y
t 4-H Camp Scholarships I interference. Found exclusively in the Channel Master *
Dr. Charles F. Simpson, Here's where your TV dealer enters the picCROSSFIRE! GoldenWhirlwind OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY -. .,
chairman, Agriculture and ture! Because he is TV he knows best :.
a expert AT NO EXTRA COST..you get lustrous new .... .
) Conservation Committee, University how to get improved reception. And he knows rooftop glamour in the CROSSFIRE-a beauti- --f' NIGHTS TILL NINE
City Kiwanis Club has which antenna is best qualified to do the job ful "Golden Overcoat". And because this f
just announced they are sendIng That's why he has chosen the new CHAN"overcoat"' is the very same type of corrosion- ..'t .
I I' 12 Alachua County 4Hersto NEL MASTER GOLDEN CROSSFIRE for his resistant finish used in civilian and militaryown :...
i this summer. Eight use. Antenna: power gives you "picture jet aircraft and space missiles..you can rest It has >"/
camp power!" Because the CROSSFIRE puts more assured that your peak picture performance so much pulling ,
. boys and girls will attend recreation i "picture power"to work than any other antenna will last force..it actually pulls
: camp and four will go the grass up for a more
I to wildlife and conservation CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE even cut.Then discharges
camp. Lucky winners will receive I clippings swiftly smoothly.
'I. letters from Dr. Simpson Bags grass and leaves
I soon. beautifully. $89.95 to
.1 I Our sincere thanks to the TVCOLOR $149.95.
Kiwanis Club TECH .r
'I University City
\ for their active participation in LOftlDA .

our 4-H Club program. These
awards are based on outstand- It EST S.W.13th St.
TV HEADQUARTERS SALES AND SERVICE \ 2317
ing work in citizenship, leadership -

project, wildlife record conservation books. Winners and 122 N.W. 16th Are. Phone FR 2-0433 ONTROL "

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18 Gainesville Sun Thursday. June 25 1964

, CALL FOR BIDS ET UIIiI.nlllllnmnll'IIIIIIII'IIIiIII"ltll.1I.11I11111111"111, 1t1nln!
Sealed bids will be received by the
I bard of Control until 2:00 P.M.. July
Your Men in ServiceA 9. 1944 at the office of the President IAILIt BIt 5IAILII INlt.I

Tigert Hall University of Florida I1 = WANT-AD RATES
Gainesville Florida at which time and

place all bids received will be publicly Lslrts ILIEUt1IAIR 1 _
opened and read aloud for furnishingall *
Gainesville Air Force Reserve Seminar for Reserve officers of network in support of U. S. mfl materials and labor for the con- ACROSS PH. 3728441for

officer has been selectedto the military services conductedby itary and civilian flight activi- Lambda struction of Chi: Alpha Fraternity House, 1. Front of a 31. Closed asto I

attend the Defense Strategy the National War Collete at Gainesville, Florida building 32.Utmost 5 I

Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington ties.His Amount$7,000.00Depo ef Bid Deposit 7.ML in New hyperboleHamoshire H Classified Only f

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA D. C. wife Shirley, is the : t for Plans and Specifications 33. Eros IAfrI i SITIAINRAIRIE.1
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Maud Gottsof S2000 12. Defensive' 35.
daughter of Mrs. Edge
1DIolDIoEfrlsIt ILIjpJ I
FOR ALAHUA COUNTY.IN Bidders sending bids by mail should DEADLINES
CHANCERY Colonel George R. Freeman, England.A address them to D. Neil Webb Zone protrid 37.Wicked EILI DIu IN h

FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE Commander Architect. Board of Control. c-o: Dr. 13.Frenzy 38. Residue a Tues. Thru Irf. J\apers-S Day before publication I
Reserve Deputy graduate of Glens Falls p m.
ASSOCIATION. a corporation. J. Wayne Reitz, President University of i
14. Calm 41. Fact For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. $lot.
vs.ROBERT. Plaintiff for the 2496th Air Force Reserve (N.Y.) High School, the serg- should Florida be Gainesville delivered to Fla.the Bids above if addressnot mailed 15. Catkin 43.AnsweraNeIOIGIl IvIElsIdrdoiDkl For ads to oo in Mon. piper-1 pjn. Sa. ri

E. HUTCHINSON and wife.KAREN Sector at MacDill Air eant is presently attending the later. than one hour before bid 16. Coif monad in court tRIEjCIEjSj5DIITIERI( (Minimum ad 4 lines) I
i
HUTCHINSON.Defendants.. Force Base, will participate in University of Maryland, Atlantic -opening.All work shall be done In accordance 17.Emperon 45. Cr. marketplace I
NOTICE OF SUIT i with the drawings and specifications abbr. FAMILY RATES I
the' two week course scheduled Division during his off-duty
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF prepared by Glenn D. Moore. Jr., in SOLUTION CF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE toI
FLORIDATO July 5 through July 18. Co J. hours. He entered the Air Forcein association with Forrest M. Kelley Jr. 19.Prior to 46. Suit mater Insertion lie line _
: Robert E. Hutchinson and wife, ALA Architect to the Board of Control. 20. Purchaser 47.Cap 2.Away fromwindward 5. Hating to 3 Insertions jjc line
Freeman whose civilian October 1954. 6 Insertions ..
occupation 17c line
Karen Hutchinson Work shall be done in accordance with 22.Morsel 48.Maintain twoaxons
s 12 Insertions' .. 14c line
You Residence are hereby Unknown notified that a suit is superintendent of which contract drawings documents specifications pertaining and thereto other 24. Oil of roses 3. Cover with 6.Foe = Total charge computed by mult.p'ylng! total lines x rate earn- I

In equity has been brought against you field operations ,for agricultural Anderson J. Guthrie, aviation contract documents may be secured or 27. Reanimate DOWNax 7. Chalice Ft ed x number of Insertions.

by ASSOCIATION FEDERAL, NATIONAL a corporation.MORTGAGE In the experimental stations for the structural mechanic t h i r d examined Zone Architect.by contacting Board of D.Control.Neil Webb BuildIng 29.Hot Speedy 4. Hatchet 8. Baronet'swife I

Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit, In University of Florida, resides at class USN son of Mrs. Carl E. University of Florida Gainesville = S Five letter words per Pne
and for Alachua County Florida. and
Florida.
you ere hereby summoned, ordered and 115 SW 43rd Terrace here.. Guthrie of Hawthorne, and Bob- General contractors may secure drawIngs r-r f 4' : 'I rrrTh7barometer; EJ
required to file written answer or for a deposit of 'I
your and specifications
filed herein The objective of the seminaris by E. Meadows, airman USN, sets Same as J lines
defenses to the Complaint $2000 per set. with a limit of two iF-- I ;r Daughter 8 Pt.
against you In the above entitled cause to develop a fuller appreciation -son of Mr. and irs. E. H. Mea- per contractor. The cost of each set W of Jupiter == ordinary type
In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit will be refunded to the bidder upon
Court In and for Alachua County Flori- of the national and interna- dows of Hawthorne, are serving his return of the documents to the iT---- I IS 11. Perched g 1\ y. Pt. ordinary Same as type 3 lines
da, In his office In the Courthouse In WITHIN 14 days I
with Attack Zone Architect's office 18. For tacit 5
Gainesville, Florida on or before the tional aspects of national se- Heavy Squadron after bid date. This deposit whall be Same 4
14th day of July, A.D. 1944 and to curity and the mutuality of military -Three, Naval Auxiliary Air Station the monetary consideration of the bid- 16 W1 18 0 iF20.Legalpro- == 1 I O O Hi.1.ordinary as type lines
serve a copy of such answer or defenses ders agreement hereinafter referred to. jI".h V V/ fession r
upon Gray. Chandler. O'Neal Carlisle and civilian interests in at Sanford, Fla. General contractors. subcontractors a 21- ZJ Remaining ::; I
& Avera, Plaintiffs attorneys herein material dealers and other Interested :
whose address Is P. O. Box 44. the attainment of national obj- The squadron trains parties may secure full or partial sets V 23. Denary 24 Same as S line
Gainesville. Florida. on or before said ectives. pilots af plans and specifications by paying Z4Ji Z5 Z' 27 15 24. Consumed !I Pt ordinary type
date as required by the laws of Florida.If for Atlantic Fleet heavy attack the printing and handling costs of plansat '/' 25. I
you fail to do so. a Decree Pro the rate of $1.00 per sheet. cost Turnpike
Confesso will be entered against, you squadron. It flies the Vigilante -not refundable and by depositing the IT 30 31 receipts
for the relief demanded In the Complaint.You Staff Sergeant Charles D. McCarthy sum of $1000 for specifications, which 26. I The Gainesville? Sun will not be responsible for more thai
arc further notified that the nature son of Mr. and Mrs. a twin-engined jet propelled cost is refundable upon return of the f'l'h"- '. 'I'I/ 'I/ Insurgent Incorrect Insertion. nor will It be liable: for any error In adve OM
ef said suit Is a mortgage foreclosure.It carrier based bomber. specifications In good condition WITHIN Vh 'II 'II '// Conducted tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the s->ace occsa-
Is hereby ordered that this order Charles T. McCarthy of 1903 14 DAYS AFTER BID DATE. 30.Name pied by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will
and notice shall be published once a Each bid must be submitted In strict f'l'h ys 36 Vp 37 40 be made on errors that do not mat.rially .fIed the I
NW, 40th Terrace has been = = 34.ItaL dough a the value 01
Selected advertisement.The
week for four consecutive weeks in the Army Pvt. William A. Smith accordance with the Proposal Form. jl"h Vh h .
Gainesville Daily Sun, a newspaper published Outstanding Noncommis- fully completed which proposal form 36.Unsullied
In Gainesville Alachua County, 18, whose parents live in New- will be shown In the specifications.IF 41 42 4* 4f 38. Capable
Florida and having a general circula- sioned Officer of the Quarter in ANY GENERAL CONTRACTORFAILS Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege or _
tion In Alachua County. Florida. his Air Weather Service berry, was assigned to the U.S. TO SUBMIT A BONA FIDE BID 45 Plug away 5 lecUng any advertisement which It deems ob/ectlonal/ bing a, ... "
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the AWS) Army Support Command HIS DEPOSIT CHECK SHALL BE FOR In this chance the classification of any advertisement and to
said Circuit Court of Alachua County. unit at Kindley AFB, Bermuda. VietNam FEITED. - i--- dared On conform to the policy or the ....'. from that or- I
Florida and the seal of the said Court recently, as a company Each bid shall be accompanied by a 41 .
at Gainesville. Alachua County. Florida .-' clerk. Certified. Cashier's Treasurer's Check. } I

en this 9th day. of June. A.D. 1964.J. Sergeant McCarthy, a weather or Bank Draft on any National or Portjms2Smin.APtewafeatvrea 6/25 42. Doily 1JIIIllIIRIIII1IIJIIlm1llIlllllll1ll1lllIlllllUUml.'m1lnmm: DllIIImllll.........._. _._
B. Carmichael. Clerk Smith last stationed at Fort State Bank. Certified checks shall have -----/lIUIIUIUIIIllWillllIIl:
By: Emily Waterhouse observer, was chosen for State documentary stamps attached. 44.Afflict 6 SPECIAL NOTICESMr.
Deputy Clerk Polk, La., entered the Army Checks shall be made payable to
(Court Seal) the honor in recognition of his BOARD OF CONTROL in the sjm

(3417) 6:11, 18. 25; 7.2 leadership exemplary conduct in January of this year and completed named above as a guarantee and withan & Mrs. Ronald Celli, the for.

basic training at Fort agreement that the bidder will not mer Marie Sheppard are visitIng .
and duty performance. He is revoke or cancel his bid or withdraw friends and relatives here fora m
Gordon, Ga. from the competition for a period of few weeks. From Melrose
SUBURBIAC.PIVE assigned to a unit of the 15th The 1963 30 days after the opening of bids and Park III. :
,Weather Squadron which Newberry High that in the event the contract is
supports bidder he will within
IN THEATRiShowtime School graduate was employed awarded to the
the AWS mission of 10 consecutive calendar days after it Is
*44I-t NO TNOrIJIS opereating at the UF *. 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care
i Bookstore here 2. submitted enter Into written contract
7:30BESinEQHHEYEi a global weather data fore with the Board of Control in accordance THEREIS IF YO,! are
entering the Army. with the accepted bid. and give to the EXPERIENCED elementary school married and between have 2.. and 40:

1 I The University LEGAL of NOTICE Florida will receive Board payment of Control surety a contract bond performanceand with good teacher to care for children. 3 Self education, YOU owe a It high to SChool you,..

bids for the general class of commodities Maj. Ernest A. Van Ncita, and sufficient sureties satisfactory to the You 3727150.acre play area. Planned program, gate and the OPPOrtunities your family to Invt'stio
ACADEMY AWARD WINNER i iIXSAMJftQUDWlOUAM as Indicated below. Interested bid- "__ Board of Control. in the amount of benefits Offered and fringe
ders may obtain forms specifications son of Mr. an" Ernest V 100 per cent of the accepted bid. Thebidder's WHITE baby-sitting In private a Southern Life Insurance by the Western

C-O r/ and other Information by contacting the Van NetU of Mel -se, gradual said agreement is incorporatedIn home. S2 per day. Phone 3727395. qUalified men. Openings Co. tG
Purchasing Division. Room 106. Tlgert now
the Proposal Form. The cost of the available in
IfiYREVCE1OF Hall, University of Florida Gainesville. ed from the 33-week regular'bond shall be Included as a part of WILL home,care 5'/ days for children a week. Loads in :my of area and Gainesville keystone, Call Melrose 376-

Florida. the bidder's base bid. tcys & plenty of loving care. 5BII Thurs. Fri. or Sat.
at the U.
4-AAeat and Staples bids open every course S. Army Command Bidders' qualifications must be satis- Phone 372-6587. for apptATTRACTIVE morning -

Tuesday 10:00 and General faff College ] factory to the Board of Control. The Can
64-Hospital Supplies bids open every Board of Control reserves the right to WILL care for your child in my POSITION for wide
awake
Monday 3:00 Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,, waive informalities In any bid. to reject tome. Have fenced back yard. appearance man no age limit. 'eat
AIUBR 64-91 Printing Supplies 10:30 July 7. 1964 any or all bids or to accept any bid Reference. Prefer chili year old steady good cha r act e r,
t'O.Ca ---*. 64-92 Table Service 11:00 July 7. 1964 June 12. and such alternates that in its lodgment or older. Ph. 60333.TINY Work. Phone 372.7811

64-72A Milk Cartons YC (Rebid 2:30 July) 2, 1964 The course is designed to prepare -will State be of Florida.for the best interest of the TOT 3:30 Thursday to 5:30.MANAGER 5:00. 10 7:30. Saturdav

2nd Feature 64-93 Metal Office Furniture select officers fof dutyas Drawings and specifications will be TRAINEES NEEDED."
3:00 July 2, 1964 Issued only by. and all questions relative PLAY SCHOOL: age 21-50. steady employment
a different story ol battle- 64-95 Laboratory Equipment commanders and general to bidding shall be directed to D. WORTH Visit us and see for yourself. fringe benefits. Apply Jackson's

N. Wells 11:30 July 2, 1964T. staff officers at division, corps Neil University Webb.of Zone Florida.Architect Gainesville Building Fla.E, Buy 24 SE 8th St. FR 67804.Employment. Minit Ave. Market, 1234 N. W. 16t"

(3432) 6.1S.Director 25 of Purchasing and field rrmy levels. I Telephone number 37i-326l Extension WANTED one night clerk prefers-

I-Il'TE IH1$ lit... Major Van Netta entered the 2192. BOARD OF CONTROLBy bly retired or semI-retired man.
.... Apply In person
..... ea.ai Army in September 1951. : Dr. J. B. Culpepper as. 61S N.E. 2nd to Hotel St. between Thom-
.. (3479) 6:18. 25 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED hrs. of 1 and
12
..' c.-. ..-I 5._ The major, a43 gradua'* Job No. 502.0 to 10:00 PM. AM 0 p 6:30

of Central High School in Fort CALL FOR BIDS WHILEREADING Hire !
i i4kii rrita Ceii'V. Sealed bids will be received by the WAITRESSES evening diningroom i EXCELLENT
Lauderdale, received a B. S. Board of Control until 2.00 P.M., July shift. See Miss Pozin University -

'." .wI&W JMa degree in 1950 from the UF. Tigert 30. 1964.Hall in the University office of the of President Florida. Inn.ESTABLISHED. AAA OPPORTUNITYAS

...... ... ..." Gainesville Florida, at which time and Avon Cosmetics territory in Micanopy.open with Call sociation has an opening for a-
place all bids received will be publicly Mrs. FR membership representative In
UNffEDl'11ART1ST$ Fullmgton 3-0421
214 NW 13tV FR 66472Also opened and read aloud for furnishingall Gainesville and Ocala' area. This
In Ocala materials and labor for the construc- WAITRESSES wanted to work thru is an excellent opportunity for a
tion of: Sell noon. and 5 to 11 at night. 6 man with manager abilitv 9ferriS
PROJECTMarried days a week. Goad salary. Good 45. Sales experience' pre
Student Housing. Universityof working conditions. Apply Sand but not necessary. Month
I Florida State prolect No. UF-14 wich Inn 110 N.E ;61' Ave. ly bonus sa'es allowance. conv
HHFA Project CH.FLA.33CD) Phone FR 4-0924 miSSions. Employee| benefits Ineluding -
RENTATVtECH I AMOUNT OF BID DEPOSIT OPENING for resident nurse at 'paid vacation hospital.115 !-
$7500000 Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to 8 weeks ; Insurance. retirement and
LAST TJMES DEPOSIT FOR PLANS AND SPECIFI- this summer. If interested contact t.ll'Vneome. If you ". "-
I CATIONS Dwight Hunter at School Administration a career with a national
OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:45 -
TELEVISION $5000 or Bldg. Ph. FR 2-4391. organization, this may be
SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 9:45 your opportunity. Call Marvin
SHALL BE PERSONALLY
122N.W. 16th Ave. BIDDERS IN WAITRESS wanted for Howard KO'b.' 372- 488.
Come Early-Kartoons at 7:45 I REPRESENTED BY INDIVIDUALSWITH Johnson's Restaurant. Apply 9 to _ _
YOGI' STARTS 8:00 FULL AUTHORITY TO EXECUTEANY 11 A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. in person MUST TROUBLE have SHOOTER
AND ALL CONTRACT DOCU- knowledge of home
._ only. 2830 N.W. 13th St.
1.r ..... MENTS. construction and maintenance.
BIDS SHALL NOT BE MAILED AS RentCLASSIFIED BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Must thrive 'n hard work. Abill.
THE OWNER WISHES TO AWARD up to $5 per hour demon- ty to work well with others es
THE NO. sential. YOU will be paid .
-' THE CONTRACT THIS DATE. strating famous Studio Girt according
All work shall be done In accordancewith Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. to your ability and expert-
the Instructions to Bidders and Phone 376-4336 after 4. ence. Good future with top com-
ATTRACTION OF ALL TIME Contract Documents pertaining thereto., THE EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing pany.Gainesville Reply Sun.to Box 444-A, coO
which drawings and specifications. instructions -
contract documents and formof keeping shorthand desired.knowledge Ample of starting book- NATIONAL needs agTcressive
AT SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES! -, ---"- --.. contract may be secured or examinedat wage. No age limit. Unlimited man to take over local
operation. No .
travel. Sales
Neil Webb.
the office of Mr. D. for experience
career opportunities woman
I 2ND ACTION HIT 9:45 Zone Architect, located on the Campusof with quick mind. Prefer perma- helpful/ Fine pension. Guaranteed .
salary
SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES AT 1:10 and 7:10 STEVE JAMES University of Florida E, whose University mailing of nent resident. Send resume or resume to 3680 S4160-$7800.Beach Blvd.Send Jax
Is
address Building
Interview request to Box 435 c-o 7. Fla
MCQUEEN GARNERTHEGREATESCAPE I __
Florida Gainesville. _
Gainesville Sun.RECEPTIONIST
Ff\vnmCEOPENSAT 12:45 and 6:30 General Contractors may secure draw- GM trained MECHANICS wanted.
I ings and specifications for a deposit SUNWANT doctor's office. To start work Immediately,
NO PASSES xo SEATS KSOYED of $50.00 per set with a limit of two General office work with typing must have own tools. Plenty of
!sets per contractor. The cost of each of essential. 1 girl office. Permanent work. Free hospitalization Insurance -
I Etui ncket Holder Gairurtwd A tail 3RD BONUS HIT these two sets will be refunded to the resident. Write Box 441A salary guaranteed. equippedwith
I
ELVIS PRESLEY Bidder upon his return of the documents c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age most modern service facili
-- to the Architect's- Office at above ad- marital status and experience. ties in area. Gateway Chevrolet,
mE KID GALLAHADSTARTS dress. In consideration of the Bidder's WANTED -Inc.. Starke. Fla. Phone 9U-3900.
Ladiesreadytowear
:agreement hereinafter referred to. Additional START
complete sets may be purchasedfor
Department a new career In the Florida
FRIDAY Real
$50.00 per set cost not refundable Estate
profession.

(L1E4AarkA 'What A Way To Go' except ZONE to the OFFICE successful ONLY.bidder. RETURNTO Manage member. multl of-million Florida's finest Become dollar prefessioi. real a--

General Contractors. subcontractors. estate
Excellent corp. Will pay for your
r.
: material dealers and other interested schooling end guarantee employ.
'iT- ,parties may secure full or partial sets I benefits men. For Interview Call Ocala
COLOR BY DE LUX by paying Dial salary .
\ of plans and specifications 67? 71 collect.
2o. Starts Tomorrow the printing and handling costs o* plans _
\ *"" Adults $1.25 S Children 50c I at the rate of $1.00 per sheet, cost not and working con- MOTOR route wmer for established -
\ Goinesville Drive-In Theatres refundable and by depositing the sum route in the Hawthorne and
which ADS dition. Must be Orange Heights area. GOOD
L I of $10 00 per set for specifications EARNINGS. Must have tr"'lspor.t.tO'l .
cost is refundable upon return Of the
specification in good condition WITHIN experienced. Apply and be bondable. For information
I 14 DAYS AFTER BID DATE. The payment 376-4672 call Mr. Varies FR 2-
in to 8441 Circulation Dept 5:00 to
for plans and the deposit for person T TO PM
I specifications must be made by check
Personnel Office
IIlJ payable to BOARD OF CONTROL. ,
mmHmmmmm immm1mm1mmmmmmmmmm;;; ; ; ;!mm accordance Each bid must with be the submitted Proposal in Form strict J. M. Fields Stereo 13-Help Male or Female

UNIVERSAL mm fully completed. which Proposal Form

CITY STUDIOS :t.J'If.: ... HAYLEYasan" mmm -- will be shown In the specifications. 12 Male Help Wonted -p._: CEMENT SERVICE
: IF ANY GENERAL CONTRACTORFAILS CHECK Office. Professional
-
-- TO SUBMIT A BONA FIDE BID. Technical
irrepressible/ / teenager 111111! l a* -._ HIS DEPOSIT CHECK SHALL BE FOR BOYS wanted for afternoon paper College GraduatesFor
r FE ITED. routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or app?. call 372-4377
Hi l : who /learns a secret mg MacUliMrilM Each Bidder shall furnish satisfactory call Mr. Young afternoons. 372. 19-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M.
I '- written evidence from a responsible (441. ext. 19, Gainesville Sun Monday through Friday
m -J. ; and solves a mystery mii surety company that If awarded the Circulation Dept.EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL CENTER

.BWffldHrtMVt contract. he will be able to furnishthe roofers. Apply 7'03 102 Ntt 2nd Avenue
Performance Bond as required. THESECLASSIFIED A.M. in ready to wric.;
person COOKS HE PER
good pay good
Each bid must be accompanied by a 2314 N.E. 19th Drive. hours. A:- I ,n person Wonder

MItc.. Certified.Bank Cashier's Draft Treasurer's National Check.or Announcements 1-Sheet metal mechanic house Rf 'ani, 14 S. W 1st
a on any or
t
St ,
2-sheet metal heloers with duct behind :par<
State Bank. Certified Checks shall have _____
.NN State Stamps attached. Installation experience
Documentary 3 LOST & FOUND Call FR 23634 for appointment
Mire Checks shall be made payable to BOARDOF FURNITURE
after 6
CONTROL, in the sum of $75,000.00 p.m.
n. as a guarantee and with an agreement LOST LARGE grey cat in vcin- WANTED
UPHOLSTERYFor
that the Bidder will not revoke or ity N. W. 6th St. area. Reward. PLUMBING SERVICE MAN
UKriiet cancel his bid or withdraw from the Phone 376-4785. tcp qt.u workmanship
competition for a period of 30 days LOST: Man's Bulova watch Tuesday HE MUST: can
after the opening of bidS. and that in P.M. in restroom of Hump- Have a City License 372-6142
dummmit M the event the contract is awarded to ty Dumpty. Call FR 27350 arter Stay totter
the Bidder. he will, within 10 consecu- ._ i p m Reward Be reliableBe GAINESVILLE
rtW tive calendar days after it is submitted willing to work all hours UPHOLSTERY
enter Into written contract with ADS 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Live In city ISO N W IJth SfEitimarei. .
vaiftiM the Board of Control in accordancewith Have a phone Free .-pick up and
the accepted bid and give to the Give referencesHE delivery
.... \", .... Board of Control a contract performanceand LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention -
:ti.
paymen surety bond with good to nervous or elderly. CAN EXPECT:
i and sufficient sureties satisfactory to Easy Way Driving School. FR Good pay -
KERH-KMT MILLS MILLS'Trie 111I fv the Board of Control. 'In the amount of !:7002. tic by Stat. of Fla.4S \ Steady work -- -
inI DEBORAH -jmrn 100 per cent of the accepted bid. The FOR Paid vacation
:::H gg "" Bidder's said agreement is Incorporated SPECIAL NOTICES Time & ha:f over 40 hours FREE ESTIMATES on
IN i .. ; In the Proposal Form. The cost of the FURNACES and
I!! ; I have Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBISS. INC. Quality
19.
mH new
m bond shall be Included as a part of model utomaltc
ROSS HUNTER'SPRODUCTION ,. the Bidder's base bid. Zig Zag sewing machines. No 372-C4Q5. Central AirConditioners
mH CHALK.GAKPEN'ssaa m Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory attachments needed to do the WANTED experienced mechanic *t
to the Board of ControL The following decorative stitches, 7C3 N. Main
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t'\ Board of Control reserves the right toI' buttonholes, appliques, mono- St. Phone 376-7571
ll1.1 TECHNICOLOR'm waive informalities in any bid and to BIG crams, blind hems. Etc. 55.n
reject any or all bids or to accept per mo. Si4.59 total price. its WANTED one good second cook.
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::m the State of Florida. tvS 1962 THE Independent life 'Inso-ance
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m STARTS TOMORROW Parade of .
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: m 1:27 3:27 mmE Neil Webb. Zone Architect. Board of SAVINGS Chairman. 372-3 4. WHIiford, Manager at FR 6-258Z ,
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& Control. Building E. University of Flori for information and appo n'rre".
AMERICAN
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telephone number & AIR
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: Dr. J. B. CulpepperExecutive Ino NE
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2V4 new acre Myra-Terwllliger wooded home school sites Mar By CAROL ESTATES.WORK SHOP 3 BR. Ut bath Get In The SwimFREE JWK S40 down Month.payment.New. Se CB* at home.210 S.low E.

: THE TIME IS NOW owner.Phone 3766341.FORDYCE Terms .may be arranged dining rnx. Fla. mru Ig. utiL lifetime family membership 20th St. Call :3723574 or 372-
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rm. fenced back
yard near in Carol Estates Swim Club and 3728404HOME 4492.
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LOTS schools & churches. 373-8774. Community Center to all new 5flkegUJll1tlnilg ::

1 acre lots beautifully wooded $3- Hugh Edwards home buyers. 37t7 and Income in Northwest. IDYLWILD Anxious to sell my
SI .775 ON YOUR
200.00 2 acres with small creek, House up Sundays. I to 6 LOT.P.M.Open Designed 71. New Listing on attractive duplex. 3 E*.,. 5 bath home with Fla. im.
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Live in two bed-corn HW floors, central heal. 1900
S2tOO.OO Others from SU50.00 & engineered by U. S. your apartment -
: Do You Have A Room Apartment -upFORDYCE Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 Florida Park CCB home oak strip SI7.5OO.00.DELtGHTFUL and. rent the otl>er. Only I $t1. Ft. 4012 S.W. 19th St. FR ?
sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond., floors. 3 Bit 2 bath large living
two bedroom
ASSOCIATES. INCREALTO brick veneer 2 car garage. room with fireplace. separate I house
:I Or House to Rent? S Watch for opening date of new dining room Fla. room. kitchen very Lovely convenient large living to the room University.with 29024.YOUNG
92' W. Univ. 374-1I34 model home. Alachua Homes. Inc. with built In stove and dishwasher. fireplace cool screenet
porch
Call Frank Thomas FR 66690.Builder Central oil heat. Window air
I 420 x 210 on 5-241. well drainage large bedrooms, shaJed lot.
II I field. out bldg. 1705 N. Atl. Ave., conditioners situated on heavily Shown by appointment only.
wooded large lot with lovely pa- AMERICA
Cape Canaveral. Florida. CloseOutBUILDER SPACIOUS and gracious three bedroom
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS tio. Prke S29.000 with substantial two bath home in the preferred -
must sell a limited down
number payment. U14 N.W.
address of Black' Acres.
I 34 Waterfront PropertyON of new homes in one of 14th Ave. By appointment only. You will like the hardwood floors HOMESNo

YOU MORE than the ad that will rent Close Gamesvil'e's to! schools most beautiful and areas.. FR 6-2065. panelled family room large :
shopping.Hugh
THE GULF amount of closets and the

I it'Here's! Cedar Key Shores A COOL Edwards.BUY 3 Inc.BR.376-7971.m Bath. PARRISH modern morrow kitchen.at $24,500.00.Available to- Money Down A.._

I tr Other Properties AC. WW carpeting drapes. HW J.W.KIRKPATRICK. VAMinimum
floors fenced yard. S97 per mo.
David AndrewsCedar including T & I. Owner leaving i PRESENTSMASON FHA
what your Vacancy COSTS,YOU Phone 372.:3784, m N. W. 19th '
Key. 3841 Lane. I Realtor
I 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-W04
EVERY DAY until it is rented: WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Home With IncomeJUST MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom. Member Multiple Listing Close to Schools
I Reg. Broker, specalizlng in 2 bath home. Central heating and ASSOCIATES:
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. LISTED. live In newly decorated air conditioning. Lovely fenced Floy Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Churches
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.GR 3 bedroom home and rent rear yard makes Ideal play area A. W. R e e c e. Capt. USN. Ret.
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 52911.BEAUTIFUL. garage apartment to help make for children. Convenient to schools Shopping

lot on the Suwannee monthly payments. Owner will
River at Rock Bluff. Call :3764140 finance. Realistic price ot $15.000 IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
I $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day and immediate possession. Call on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry OPEN10AM-6PM
now to see.ALACHUA. home on nice Florida Park lot.

$50 per mo . $1.66 day within walking distance of Gainesville JR. LOCATED
per 35 Houses for Sale I
I REALTY High and J. J. Finley Elementary Rome Lots Income BusIness -
Schools.ANGLEW000. 600 BLOCK
and Lake Property. ,
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day IT S A BUY. S200 down SI00 monthly. Associates Farm and Aereage.E. .
3 BR. CCB close to schools.NE. Member /Multiple Listing Almost new 4 bedroom NW 34th ST. -
Phone 376- 581. 635 N.E. 1st St. 3762448Ane 2 bath Contemporary home. -CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. _
$60 mo. . $2.00 day 63S N. MAIN ST. I
per per N.W. Section. Low down payment.LR T. Smith Realtor Central heat and central A-C. PHONE 372-7070
Mabel Gore. Associate Fenced back yard. Family room. FR 1-2032 Broker FR -6544
kitchen 2 Br.,. 1 air '-ond. 2 .
$65 per mo. .0. $2.16 per day walk m cedar lined close*?. Parquet LAKE SANTA FE, S3.000. Completely beautiful built.In kitchen. Immediate
floors. tile bath screenedporci. furnished house located occupancy.A .
Concrete patio. lOG x 100 next to Buddy's Landm, .. -
Large
$70 mo $2.33 day PERFECT HOME. beautiful and
per .0 per lot Take up payments S75 mo. living room and bedroom with
spacious for gracious living. located -

$75 per mo. . .0 $2.50 per day FOR F9 sale 45942.CCB home. 3 BR. 1 bath. dining large room.walk-In kitchen closet and compact bath- this in 4 bedroom a choice 3 Westside bath horn location with It's Later Than You Think! I __ iJItIJIIul'lfIInlnlllllmIIIJllIIIIIIIIJIDlJlIIIIIJIIII

S300 down. take up payments. room. Also has utility room swimming pool and lovely patio
Phone 4- 774 or see at 1753 N.E. carport and storage shed. Gas living room with fireplace separate ::I
I $80 per mo. 0. 0 $2.66 per day 21st Place.LEAVING heat and air conditioned. 30 ft. dining room large famiiy: Ii COMPARE !
T.V. antenna. Will also consider room carpets and drapes Included. -

$85 per mo . $2.83 per day 1 Town bath must hardwood:sell floors 3 Bedroom lease.. Phone Cy Koperky.468-1717.Earleton Florida. tral. loads heat and of storage air conditioning.space. cen- School Starts in 10 Weeks! i iI

spacious living & dining area. I I THESE HOME VALUES

$90 per mo . $3.00 per day Carport. S200 down or best of- New WHY PAY RENT? I GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town Now Is the time to see Palm View Estates & Fernwood Manor.
fer. Take over payments. $68 mo. homes $9,500. 3 bedroom tile and must sell 4 bedroom. 2 bath BEFORE YOU
Telephone 374-0401. bath S65 per month. Located on home living room. family room You May choose from 3 and 4 bedrooms 1 and 2 bath homes or I BUY

$95 per mo . $3.16 per day S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some built-in kitchen and sere ened you may choose a home site and build the home of your choice. :I
FULL house of furniture for sale.
trade-ins. Call FR 22372.
porch. Central heat and central mJIIJJI1JIIIIIJlIIIIIIIIIIIII!
I
I S450 for my equity will buy 3 These suburban are complete with city sewers water paved
$100 mo $3.33 day br. house at $75 month at BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 bath extra air conditioning. Priced to sell.
per .0 per per streets and storm sewers all within walking distance of I
2101 N.W. 55th Ter. large shady lot Ig. utility area. I '
big kitchen with sKylight. terrazzo NEW WESTSIDE restricted residen- elementary and Junior high school. Bus service to senior high SAVE! The following are r'aay for |

BY OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR. floors. 401S NW 13th: Ave. West- tial subdivision acre lots paved school churches shopping medical center. University of Florida :j occupancy.
2 bath. cent. heat. built-in kit.,. morland. 376-79T3 after 5 for ppt. streets. Inside lots S39 50. corner
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR huge screen porch. paved dead- lots $4250. Select your homesitenow are all within easy commuting distance. See our new models
BY
OWNER Carol Estates 3 BR.
end street shaded lot, reasonably 2 before the next increase. today. Prices start at $12,250 with central heat and built in I 3330 & 3320
I bath kitchen equipped optional. _ _ _
priced. Phone FR 2.2378.LITTLEWOOD 4'/i' % mortgage. 1121 Nfc 21st kitchen. Drive west on 16th eve- turn left on 39th terrace to model I ._ iPUtHltl NW 30th Av*.

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS AREA _Ave. Phone 372-1316. M.M.PARRISH homes. Phone: FR 29545 daily FR -0941 nights. Butler Bros. j 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn $77. |

4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living 2! BR frame neat and clean good 1 111 S NW 40th Drives per mo.
condition city water shady lot
area central heat built-in kit.
50 x 120. Immediate occupancy 3 BR, 2 bath S350 dn.. J96 il f
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High
I 2 blks. from Llttlewood elem. easy private financing. 1200 down. i per month. 4617 SE 1st PI. n

school. Ideal for Ig. family or SiS monthly. Located at 1311 SE I 4608 SE 2nd PI. I
2nd Ave. busline. See It 1115 NE 5th Sr.i .
near and
family and elderly persons. & ASSOCIATES INC.H. FOREST PINESGAINESVillE'S 3 BR, bath, $400 dn lij
phone FR 6-7170. Wayne Hill Helen Graham 3 BR, 2 bath S350 dn., SOS o.l
14-Sl.. Help Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 ocr
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: N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. FRAME house 4Vi ac,. 2 miles Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish per month.
i east of Starke. Drapes In every 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375 NEWEST COLORED

EXPERIENCED automobile salesman FOUR Shetland ponies. Phone NW. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath room. central heat termite treated nll I.EX RENTALS IIIIIIIIJJIJIJUlI1IIIIIIIIIID! : 303 SE 38th St. i
home. Central heat and air ,
con- 2 trees
pecan on property
to start work immediately.
j 3 B R,
I bath 1400 dn. $44
ofter 6 376-7428
But pay plan In area. Free p.nx ditioned. Out of city limits. deep landscaped with drive added. Call j per mo.
I hospitalization insurance & demo. HORSE OWNERS well. R.E.A. Power. 969-2821. 964-8801. Quality Homes Norwood

plan. Plenty of action. Gateway I HOME for sale by owner. Lot
ATTENTION REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath built.
Inc.. Starke. Fla.
Chevrolet. in small down 175' x 375'. Esther Williams 3301 N.W. 29th Ave. I
At appliances payments
Phone 'l3900. Stud. Welsh Breed. For appointment N.E. WESTVILLA
swimming pool. 410 13th
I write P. 0. Box 415. monthly payments S8S. Located H 4Br..2 bath S800 dn. Jill
Ave.
Shown
by appointment only. Ope
\ FOUR MEN WANTED to assist Gainesville Florida. Your hone on SE 2Sth Place. Call FR '! per mo.
me In my business. Neat In appearance must have veterinary certificate. 22372.FINLEY. Call J. R. Crane 3723631. N.W. 16th Ave.
21 to 35. car nec. iii
age Fee S25.
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Phone FR 2-0500 Friday AREA. For quick sale. i Inc.
only.essary.tOO AM. to f.45 Sharp. 3 MILK cows 2 are springing 1 3 BR 1 bath dining room. screened NEW & 37th St. 1 3301
has 3 wk. old calf. They're all porCh. garage. 12,000 down NW 30th Ave.
3 Bedroom. .2 bath homes. Near We
187 mo. 1735 N. W. Trade Homes
heavy milkers end have shots. approx. per. school. V.A. nothing down only 4 BR. 2 bath $400 dn. $89. |=
7th PI. 3728553.iROOM
16 Work Wanted F'M.le Call 444-3411. $100 closing. FHA minimum TERMSWALTER I or Property per mOo
FRAME house. screened down payment. N. W. 4th St.
30 PETS & SUPPLIES porch reduced for quick sale and 37th Place. EHIIIIIIII1BIIIBIIIWIIIII
TYPING. dictaphone and clerical. S2.495. Phone Cephls Goodman. mImllwwan=ennIflmuUllaIflIa
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Permanent resident. mature. 528-4384. Willlston. NORTHWESTClose
available Immediately. Phone 376- FLORIDA Pest Control Is featuring For Sale by owner. 3 large bedrooms ALL OUR HOMES ARE
5757 days and 4681634 evenings. this month Tropical Fish and Florida room hardwood to school an* shopping. 3 bedrooms 0 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 3311 N.W. 29th Ave. ,,
Tropical Birds of all kinds. We floors. 2 full tile baths. CCB 2 bath home with family STUBBS, I SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 Br.. 2 tath,' 1750 dn. $112 |
t also have children's pets and home. S17.000. 1110 N.W. 34th room. This is I very nice home 1 YOU WILL JUST CALL. per mOo
supplies. Call us for any of your for the family with only INC. .
growing I 1123 S E. 4th STREET
18 Schools & Institutions Ave. FR 2-1265.
: pet problems. FLORIDA PEST i
$1,500 down payment. i FR 4-5301 or FR -798f
CONTROL PET CENTER. FR BY OWNER Finley School Area. 2 Bedrooms Stove Stood with light and fan sa
4-261. 20 NW 16th Ave. Spacious 3 bedroom house In "We Trade Houses"EYES Large living dining area Double compartment sink, IIIIIIIIIQmlwllllmnumnu!
MEN It women IS to S3 to train for 2626 NW 2nd DAN BYRD Venetian Blinds
ENGLISH shepherd puppie Good quiet neighborhood. Masonery Construction
CIVIL SERVICE for watch stock and pets. FR Ave. FR 2-0992. Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills -- -
Examination For Information 2-0033. 3 Bedroom large corner lot screened Associates Inc. Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and
send name address I Phone No. Carport. SAO per month. Jack DeYot Realtor Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
Key Training Service. 112 W. YOU will be proud to own one of 1001 porch.N.W. 24th Avenue. FR 2- AssociatesE. RIGHT! Large double sliding door Insulated Attic
Adam St.. Jacksonville. these beautifully marked healthy. 7882. E. Holloway Christine Stone Closets Paved Streets
A.K.C. registered beagle pups. Walter Stoddard See real dream living In Shadow a Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
t Real Estate Exam Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. C76- WEST PARK 925 NW 13th Street 3722511 Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Back storage closed Planned play grounds Butler Bros. BuildersInvites
5555. NW 55th St.
2030 Call night or day
Machine fixtures ,
\ COURSE low down payment. 3 D. Oliver. BIdr.Ph. Washing
By owner
I ATTEND First lesson frH.o HEALTHY happy American Shepherd bedrooms payments less than NEWLarge FR 2-0144
WELL'S BUSINESS COLLEwE puppy. Female. Registered. rent. Phone F R 2-0258. West en NW 39th Ave. past For appointment coil 372-5321 or 3275322Take
COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave Reasonable to good home. FR *- 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home the Glen Springs intersec You
FR. 6-3507. 3723727. 3470 anytime. Best before 10. 3 BEDROOM. I bath CCB screened with beautiful family room and lion. See sign en northeast Ith ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.

TOY POODLES. ell colors 7 wks. porch. air conditioned. central sep. dining room. Lovely built-in ..
SPEEDWRITINGCOST heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street, FR
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ACCOUNTING after S P.M. 24729. washer and disposal. Central heat
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Secretarial Courses Classes and cond. Good terms. Phone
j Howell's Business THESE lovely little kittens need e NW SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths. air
row forming FR 28965.IDEAL left.WIN
& utility rear terrace
1 College 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR homel They're free to the right I large carport Good Palm View EstatesA
. 6-3507. people. Call FR 4-4871. excellent condition. HOME for young couple or
I terms. 372-5756. small family. 3 BR. 1 bath THIS HOME
FREE baby kittens to good bore.Phone will sell 3 CBS. low down payment and
LEAVING TOWN. my
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28 Livestock & Supplies FR 7-2271 I 8 R, 2 bath. cent heat built In only $59 per mo. No closing.
FOR SALE Female white and kitchen. home. You can save 1609 SE 39th Place. FR 23233.
r WANT TO SEE your hogs properly tan puppies. Call FR 21763. GR
I $1500. Call FR 2-3826 or
I finished on dry lot or pasture BY OWNER nice brick veneer, new community of distinctive -
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I then try CPA Cooperative Mills FOX Terrier puppies. 2 choice 5-5922 Melrose.NO was Parade of Homes. 3 BR 2 _
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full baths. complete kitchen. oak -- -- -s- homes in the fash-
It pet. Porkmaker meal or pullets. mole PUPS. white with DOWN PAYMENT 38ft. t
Special for June. FMX bath. Central heat central air floors central heat 8 air cond, ionable Northwest.
r block spots. Call I I FR trees. Brick enclosed patio
Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR cond. Northwest. S19.000. Call many
I J-1WS or 441-2105. 6-6427.. 376-2927. with barbeQUe. Big 2-car garage.
Llttlewood-Westwood very close. lKr
1 -I FHA appraisal S2I.OOO. Only S93 I Featuring :
mo. after substantial equity or 4
IN THE ___go FHA. Call FR 2-0774 for appt. -

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IN PARK LIKE SETTING huge J
lot with circular drive un- VA Loans Available
derground sprinkler system. -
S tIN Very modem 3 bedroom. 2
bath. Large living room
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDABOATS with sliding class doors to
screened porch. Call 4-0817. I

J NEAR UF of F 3 bedroom 1 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm
& MOTORS bath. Gleaming oak strip and the TAPPAN appliances in it

BOATS MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION floors fireplace recreation
room. Walk to campus or
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing golf course. Only S400 DOWN
24"
Bolts. ir Plywood fishing boats. GRILLSHOODSPiT 1. Stt per mo. mcL taxes Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter View Estatesis
trr LAPSTRAKE .. ....... S2t5 4f.M AND MOTOR 1 Ins. to qualified FHA buy-
t 14' FISHERMAN .... S2Sirr SlOW er. Call.. -oei7 for appt. the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25.000 which Tappan will
SERVICE I
WITH STEERING :::: S34J. THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR STORES deposit in a bank for to apply towards purchase of this home.I I
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL .721 N. Main' 372-4537 NORTHWEST Mid trees rolling you planned for professional men and their
J ,CHARGE The Heart Of East Gainesville" lawns I nice homes. 3 BR Hundreds of other valuable prizes. too. And nothing to buy. All you families.

Check: with Charlie kit.2 bam Central Fla.heat.room MODER.built-in have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you
FRANK PHILPOTTS
FR ami.ADVERTISE List of Classification to choose ATE PRICE RANGE. Make visit our model home.TAPPAN FERNWOOD MODELS

SPORT CENTER _ from an offer on equity & assume -
mortgage for one low
Home of Boats.McCULLOCH HUNTER. Fiberglass monthly payment which includes Built-in appliances as featured on
Fishing Skiing Swimming-Diving. taxes a\ Ins. Call *-
Motors. MURRAY 0617. i from $12,250 up

Trailers and JACKSON Sailing IX THE Fishing EQuipmenLI THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet
Ccnoes.
BIG' OLD 1 CHEAP excellent .
Safety Items. location. :3 apartments with
Where Quality Sells I lUtir SERVICE DIRECTORY good income Call 4-M17. from $400 down
Golfing Equipment. Claude M. Red" Franks. Realtor
20 N.W. 14th Ave. Myrtle Lasstter Associate full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our
FR 2-3011 or FR 46WJMtifl. Tennis Equipment. W. E. -Biir Harris Associate
7 N.E. 1st St. Phone -OS17 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Thru Frt. 5-6 pm. Sat. 9-4 Baseball Equipment. Res. 374-WJ7 or 372-7943. model home on NE 1st Ave. in
Other Time by Appointment ALACHUA COUNTY'S Member Multiple Listing 3 MODELS
ONLY DEALER Where to Fish.


Sun Want Ads SEA HORSE JOHNSON MOTORS Plus many many mart. McCOY'SMacoma

SALES AND SERVICE I WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT
Court Manor
Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper Highland
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601 S. MA'N ST. SERVICE DIRECTORY bedroom Sale. 1-bath very attractive hoiv*. 4617 3- I z9T.Y I 'T :*

E. University Ave t walking
distance to Lake Forest
372-9545 day 376-9048 night
: Schools. Price S1IJOO. SSOO

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the down Gerald and VIJO or V.per Q. month.CaO McCoyJr. by Kirkpatrick & Pierson Drite West on 16th Ave.. Turn Left at

Day FR .729G.. nights FR 39th Terrace To Model Homes.
Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 -SOU.. Office corner N Main Soles Office-NE 23rd Blvd.. & 11th Terrace-Phone 372-3471 1
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I": 20 Gainesville Sun Thursday June 25. 1964

I'IIIJI-'N"II' NN" tlU'\IIlJInlllllljlJllllllldlldt\llllllllllHtnIllIIlIlIlIl\ ;; UIIIIIIlIlIlIIImlltlUlIlI"lltUl"IIIII Houses for Sale 42 Forms & Acreage 46 Unfurnished Apts. '6 Mlic For Sal. 66 Mite. For Sol 66 Misc .For Sata.

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CLASSIFICATION In Ladies' Better 75,000 BTU Duotherm ell heater
INDEX I 98 New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor Now Specializing
OPEN HOUSE SALE
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath. *
: condition. $25.
Fordyce AcreageGoing out Sizes 8 with blower
$75.00 per month. Call John Simmons htdeabed dvMibl Dresses. Close Buys.
carport and utility room. $9,000. S1 b 'g
$250 down. $65 month. Phone FR ranch. $375 an acre with the Merrill. Realtor. FR 21494. $35; dresser $ chest through 5 S Each. Exceptional Phone -

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE 2335 days. most beautiful roiling pasture. 2 BR apartment. large living room nightstand $4; valet $6; dinette V.1 1' MILL 1st SUPERDISOUNTS Ave CITIZEN BAND RADIOS
1 la MemorUm Truly a gem. kitchen equipped nice quiet lo set S 2 foam rubber lounges SW. New and Used $60
Card of Thanks C1 Wanted t. Bart 180 acres. 20 miles from town. 60 cation. No children or pets. table. 2 end tatles $120; rue. Complete line photo supplies
Last 4k Feud :! Machinery Tool BEVIN ARMS section 3 BR home acres in per lanent pasture plenty Phone FR 24857. bookcases S to $6: desk S8; FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW FULLER'S o FOTO INC.
of water. fenced and cross Chairs $35 TV $25 radio-
$4
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4 Personallied Servleei 63 Building Materials E 208 lust x 1 yr.150'.old.$18,500.Large Call wooded 372-6050 lot. fenced to mile road frontage FOR RENT unfurnished 3 BR du record payer: $15; 1 lamp $1 up; basting their largest sp of '1 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713-
I Travel Information $4 Household Goods == Plants. Also us
Avail. Phone 3764435 CLEANERSUsed
plex. now.
for to $16500 per acre. household appliances, VACUUM
1 Special Notices 65 Antiques appt. 80 acres suitable for cutting Into between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. odds and article, for decorative patio stones, birdbaths Machines
t Florists M Misc. ".r Salo = smaller tracts. A good Investmentat June 9 A.M. Fra or any of your gardening $15 up-2$ choose from
5 Baby Sitters. Chnd Care 11 Trading Peats see.M $165.00 per acre. AIR CONDITIONED apts. 1. 2 or 3 P Sat m. 1714 26-2.. Williston Rd. pems FLORIDA PEST CON KIRBY t & SERVICE
BR. furnished unfurnished. Immediate FR
or
Places T. G. And 68 Article Wanted = CENTER SLE
Thing T* 8eAUTOMOTIVE. 9 Fn.l = I Fordyce Associates, occupancy available. sac 3162Talteas. 6-261. 20 NW 16th 712 N. Ph. 37610I
70 Boat .UH naJ"I: per month 81 up. Couples only.

'71 Cama .Bant. Flab Inc. Realtors Phone 3723522 for Mr. Sing et $3 single stack. S1'

78 Airplane! Sales-Rental 73 73 Offle.Musical ntpmer Merchandlao NEAR SHOPPING 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Arnold. Realty Co. 1219 W. Univ.Ave Jim double Voyles stack. 419$1300 NW complete Ave.kit. j I'' FIRST TIME IN GAINESVILLE

77 MobUo Berne for Sale SUBURBAN HOME. Big lot on 8

78 Trucks far Sale = 3 BR 1V4 bath, N.E. like new. Archer Road. Shady. 2 Bedroom. 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
79 Track* Wanted CB const Cent heat & A-C hw but spacious. $6,500 Drawback? REMINGTON elec. typewriter, gO THE 12 WIDE
80 Traetar Track Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I floors. shaded lot. near shopping. $3,000 down. ARCH CAMPBELL. conditi $115. Call after I

JI 2 Trailer Rentals B $16,80000. Call Mary Moeller. REALTOR. Phone 376-5707. ENJOY Lakt Santa Fe. year P. 3-
83 Motorcycles 8co.teri 83 Lots for Salo Attractive home furnish HOMEALSO
84 Automobile Bepalr* U Watirfront Property = BUY LIKE RENTS. arn including boat. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY MOBILE

U Automobiles far Sale SS Boue* F.r 8... W. 3 BR. fine residential area. 43 Colored Property Ideal for couple with child. Rea Chairs l as s No money I
U Swap Cars 3< Cottage For Salo rent to qualified person. down as $ per month.
sable WIDES
37 Real Estate EiehangedDUTINAt fire pU family rm. shaded lot. GR Free estimates, pickup and delve A WIDE SELECTION OF 10
SI.000.oo. Take k 5.6
38 Seal Estato Wanted Equity up pay- 2 BR duplex
COLORED ultra modem service. All work
; guaran
39 Oat ments $125 00 mo. Call Mary 1 BR house lights & water furnished -
of Town Property and
18 Schools Instruct* Moeller. apartments large living $62 per mo. No pets te Phone 316-7
40 Basinets Properties modern kitchen with Inc.
dining area
19 Masle. Dacclng.tO 41 Residential Ineomo fan. large storage closets. terrazzo 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR MOVING WESTI Norge Auto washer Federal Quality Homes
Wanted-Instruction SHADY LOTNear 18 mos old $145; range
41 Farms Acreage floors tile baths space heater 25ADULT ele
43 Colored Property Rentals C. and hot water heater. facill only. 5 house. 307 $75; refrig. $45; NORTH)
2,500 sq. feet. ((441
campus. r
suite, excel. 4820 N.W. 13th ST.
EMPLOYMENT older
43-1 Colored Property Sales brick living rm dining rm modem ties for washing machines. and R Crane. co S
17 Work Wanted Hale = paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 312.3631.NEAT maple SI2 Iron-
kit, with dining area. dbl car ALWAYS
FIRST
rite ironer, $75 SERVICE
g ;
FemaleIt
1* Work Wanted Ter. call for appointment 372-
RENTALS call Moeller. or
Bales Help Wanted 5 pt. Ig lot Mary 372-5322. 2 BR house with T.V. Uplstered. $25; oak desk. $35;
5321 or
NW 34th PI. Call
antenna 704
IS Help-M.I. or Female swin machin $25; beakfat
41 Cottage For Belt --- -
GIVE HOMES FOR SALE FR after P.M. I ----- -
6:3 ;
1* MaU Help Wanted 6-7 chair
4J Furnished .
Apt* &
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. $25; table
Dramatic 4< Unfurnished Apts. 5 Security to your family & buy this SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay VERY desirable 3 bedroom two lawmower.lamps rocking .
U FemaU Help Wanted 47 House for Beat Furn. charming 3 br home with Ig family : ment. Some small down pay baths. Prefer man family. table chest of cair.bcas TIMEIS
48 Houses for Bent Col urn. rm. study. Ig patio on beautiful ment. Monthly payment $57 to Call to see this house b yard tools VACATION
4 & 7 P.M. 1105 NW
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Ro.mk far Bent shaded lot. Price reduced. $65. Also homes built on your twe. violin. bar stools clothes g

2$ Fcrm Equipment M Hotel Booms == $14,50000 call Mary Moeller. lot for no down payment.Call pole other items. Ph. 376' TRADE IN TIMEIF
27 Feed di FertllUer M Mise. BentaU TOMMY RIDGELL 2 Bedroom house 2414 N. E. 6th
28 Livestock Supplies alA Wanted To Bent BUDGET Builder Phone FR 2-4125 Ave. Corner of 25th St. House TRADE your costl to operate

29 Landscaping Tap Soil U Boarders Wanted open. Call FR 62 or 2-1< ELECTRIC heater and
2 br Ig rms, corner lot. $320000 $48 for a new glasslined GAS
50 Pets Supplies 83 Office Desk Space 2 Bedroom furnished house. $50 water heater. Much MONEY.
needs work done. near downtown.Call more hot LIKE
YOU
51 Livestock Wanted St Business Beat&JaFINANCIAL Mary Moeller. 44 Cottages for Rent per month. Water furnished. 1827N water at about half the cost with .

t1; f4WLA .E. 16th Way. Phone FR 4-2218 OUR LP GAS. PROPANE.
SERVICE FURNISHED. 1 BR collage. all after ?:TO P.M. ARCHER ROAD. FR LIKE THESE
YOU'LL
shower. good ventilation 6.510OPEN
M Basinets OppoHvnlUct 23 Special Services 5 electric. tile
87 Mosey t. LoanS8 23 Horn Improvements MaryMoeller located on Santa Fe 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. AIR MARKET
\ Be clever Send for 2 patternsone Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2-
Mortgages 2* BadU TV Service PRICES
for coverlet. other for nursery 8169.COMERS. Farm Fresh Fruit and Vegeta
I C9 Money Wanted 2S Appliance A FnmltoroijmfflrommjmiHmiMnBHam = pictures. pillow. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. bles. Come out to 4431 N.W. 13th

Play pals for baby-he'll never Lake View Beach on $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- St.
nllllllllnJIRIIIIJImBIIIIRIIIRIIIAI feel lonely with these tots. Embroidered Big Lake Santa Fe now open I room house $60 month. Furnished Classic 770. 4-

35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sale I Realtor tits.756: transfer on separate nine 5 squares.x 6'/>-inch Pattern mo- tages Swim! and by call the picnic.468-1129 week.Furnished Earlton.For reservatiou cot- 646 duplex apt$90 month. FR SHORT-condition.Hallicrafters WAVE I RADIO Call S 40-B.36-3614-RECEIVER Very good 1963 1 RAMBLER Door automatic


2 Beroom. CB hose, $60 per transmission, radio, heater, Air. Power steer-
Thirty-five cents In coins for EN1 modern furnished cottageson 376-2927 5 5 DRAWER UNF. CHEST sturdily
I BY built OWNER in stove 3 Bedroom 2 tath. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 this pattern-add 15 cents for each Lake Santa Fe by week or Cal A.M constructed of smooth sanded pen- ing, power brakes, bucket seats.

BIG VALUES oven. garage Member Multiple Listing pattern for Ist-class mailing and season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. P.M derosa pine only ...._.. 1X88 $2595
screened porch patio near MARY MOELLER. BROKER 3 BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st Beautiful car . .
FOUR BEDROOMS TWO BATHSfor schools and center. special handling. Send to Laura house on Swan Small 4 Dr Desk ..._..... .. 1188
shopping $109 furnished
ASSOCIATESE. Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft Bedroom Ave. $100 per mo. UniversityRealty Large 4 Dr. Chest ._... .. 19."
only $15,003. Cent. heat. nice total monthly payments, VA Loan week or month. Phone Cross Country wag-
W. Moeller Foster Kessler I Lake by 3121.RENTALS.
Dept.. P. O. Box 161, Old COX Main
l sheded lot. Excellent close In lo- equity on terms. 2016 N.E. 17th Dick Durbin 376-5462 or 475-5223. WAREHOUSE 602 S. 1963 RAMBLER
cation. Good financing. See this Terrace. I Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y. on. 660. Automatic
Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER ON Lake Lilly, Melrose, 3 room APARTMENT size gas stove $40.
one. NAME ADDRESS 6 adults, 2 & 3 br homes, furn & unfurn Electric refrigerator. 25. Large transmission Air. Reclining seats.
ZONE. sleeps
ONLY $76 PER MONTH and a OPEN HOUSE 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. SEETHIS and lake cottage. ,
BARGAIN Big. new 1964 Needlecraft private shaded dock and MARY MOELLER. REALTOR duo therm space heater, $30. $269
I small down payment and you can rm. Only $450 down assume strictly
\: own this like new 3-1 home In loan at $96 per mo. By owner. Catalog-over 200 designs beach. Rt 1. Box 360 Melrose. 1019 W. University FR 67 Phone FR 6113.ROSE'S Low mileage. Nice . . .

II I\ NW on paved street. Cent. heat. 1937 NE 7th Ter. spacious two story 4 bedroom only 25 cents A must if you knit. Fla Phone GR 5-2631 2 BR, Ig. yard near school, $60 Lawn Mower Service. I 1 2-Door auto-
I carport. Ut. & storage. 3 bath home with 2 sleeping crochet quilt sew. embroider. Send per mo. Call 1012 NW CHEVROLET
back at old W.
372.96. am stand 516
j $12OCO BUYS this extra clean 3 BR. WOULD you buy a $20,000 home porches located In a very desirable 2.5 cents. 45 Furnished Apts. 39th Ave. I 1963 matictVonsmission -
I University Ave. sell and
I 1 bath CB home at 527 N.W. for considerably less? Located in SPECIAL VALUE 16 COM buy
NE neighborhood. ONLY
36th Drive. Only $750 down. Stove, an atmosphere that offers heart's $16,000 with $1200 DOWN. PLETE QUILT PATTERNS in de- ommg room, 2 BR CB house. parquet floors trade. 1st class repairs. as al radio i heater, 6 cyl.,
desire for relaxed comfortable 2 Bedroom Kitcnen tile bath screened shady ways. $ 945
Ref. and dishwasher Included. A luxe new Quilt Book. For
REAL BUY. living. 25 minutes from Gaines- $474 DOWN-3 bedroom ners. experts. Send 50 cents nowl begin- living room and private bath. corner lot prch. for nice . . . . . .
AIR CONDITIONED for reil comfort ville. Here is your opportunity. masonry Phone 376-6512. children carport. 726 NW 31st REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag '
Write box 444 M Gainesville Sun. home with built In oven and PI. $90 Avail. July 1, makes decorative stitches applique 4-Door 770' Cbs1 -
In this Brand New 3 BR. 2 per mo.
range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 EAST SIDE RAMBLER
1963 1
35 Houses for Sole Call butonholes. etc.
372-7921.
bath CB home at 3669 NW. 16th per month. Only' $6720 morams. per sic, Bucket seats,
Ave. Half Acre landscaped lot. NICE $6.5
Dream kitchen. Double carport. GARDENAPARTMENTS 2 Bedroom CCB house, 3400 N.W. mo. 815 W. Univ. FR 6-101. twin floor shift. Radio heater.
500.00 DOWN-Large S bedroomtwo 3rd Street $90 Call 3763948 ,
Sidewalk to schools. A small down 3 Bedroom 1 bath home, living 3 Bedroom 2 bath near per mo. $2395
shopping
payment will move you in. room dining room kitchen and story frame home near Kirby center and schools. $8,600 mort NEW and used chain saws !lawnmowers Extra nice. . . . . .
Smith School. ONLY $60.00
oak floors throughout. Four blks. edgers tampers light

from Littlewood School. Good per month. es gage.and$7055 Insurance.month$3400 Including Gl equi tax- $57 per month up I 49 Rooms For Rent plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs 1 OAO inn Galaxie 500, 4-Door, Hard-

UNIVERSITYREALTY terms $500 down. $90 per mo. ty. for $1700. Gainesville's Finest I & Stratton. new and used mo
Call 28965. WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 FR 22895. 2202 N.E 8th St. tors. Rental sales and service. si / OZ rUiAl/top, autorrvatic transmiSsion
LARGE
bath homes with central air room at 12'W. UnI-
heat. Furnished or unfurnished Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
2 BR frame. cent. heat kitchen conditioning and Florida room in CHOICE WESTMORLAND Lovely I and 2 bedroom apart I versity Ave. Hot water 16th Ave. Phone 3763411.FOURiece Radio, heater,
appliances. screened porch. Pay furnished. $35 for 1 2 1 1695
persons
the Phone 376-
the Littlewood School area. ESTATEFor ment. 309 NE 9th St. steering . . . .
ments $61.50 mo. Negotiate Gainesville High School areas and sale by owner refinancible 4 961.. person $40 month. FR 4-2641 or antique marble top power
1115 N. Main St. Ph :3724351W. equity. Ph. FR 27809 1815 NE Mr. Haynes. bedroom suite for sale.
M. /Vunroe Broker 8th St. Idylwild. BR, separate living & Fla. room*. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 6-230. Hampton, Fla. Phne46IH5 4-Door, automatic
Assoc. S. E. McLaughlin Frank dish washer, dbl. oven. split lev month. Phone 481-2380. MEN only rooms. Singles 1962 RAMBLER
Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Douglas, 2 bedroom. frame house, just re- $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom el. 2600 SQ. ft., dbl. garage cent IT'S terrific the way we're selling transmssion! radio -
modelled In Archer. Large 2 bath masonry home in heat & air cond.. Ig corner lot FURNISHED air conditionedopts. and doubles. Call 372- Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and
lot, $ SOO total cost. Call 495-2146. Westwood. Large corner lot. with many trees. Call 372.1300. under construction.Avail. 9222. upholstery. Rent electric sham- heater, power steering, power brakes, re-

Jr.FORDYCE BY OWNER roomy 3 BR house ... Sept. 1. $100 per FOR 1 or 2 people, 2 rooms, private pooer Gainesville$1. McDaniell Shopping Center.Furn. Co., dining! seats, I-owner, very low

convenient FHA guaranteed to Littlewood balance $12,500.School. John Merrill GLADYS SMITHFOUR month. Call Wayne Ma- 372-16 bath or, private see at entrance.1106 NE Call Tth BURROUGHS Sensimahc accounting mileage, like new . . . $1 595

Equity of $1450 for $450 down and son. ERNEST TEW REAL- machine F-50, Serial S68406P. Station
take over contract. Avail. 2 wks. Realtor BEDROOMSWE 376-6461. Phone G. Massa 473-4911 Keystone Wagon,
TY. TO business or professional man. 1 1961 RAMBLER
Fla.
REALTORTraditional FR 2.6.417.FOR MULTIPLE LISTING have several large homes for 2nd floor. adjacent to bath. Must be sober. Heights automatic transmission \
sale in the Northwest. Four bed- 1 CLEAN well furnished Phone YOU MAY BE NEGLECTING
Associates: Marcella Pardi N.W. 4th St.
Sale or trade. New 4 BR. kitchen bath. porch. $75 284135 radio heater air .
4-rooms.
and ,
W. H. Buchsnnan rooms more. Finley or Little- your hearing. Our Free Examination
home located in Westmoreland month. 1 extra large. extra NICE cool downstairs ccndi$1495 1
--- wood area and West Hills. Air- per corner room will give you an accurate
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt conditioned and in prime condi nice air conditioned, 1 bedroom close in. Off street parking. Antenna report. Visit Gainesville's HEAR tioning, reclining seats,
2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family $125 month. L. J. Moratto. FR furnished. 531 S. E. 2nd
FREDARNOLD tion. Call us to see these fine ING AID CO. TODAY. 620 N.
Styling and living In this 4
quiet Rm. & living Rm., dining morning, noon or night. PI. FR
area. 2-4957.
homes-372 5393 2-252 Main St. FR 1961 it00'1
bei corn. 2 bath home in N.W. Central heat built-in kitchen Including 6-0.5. 1 1 FORD $895
Gainesville. Almost 1500 sq. ft. of 1 BEDROOM. completely furnished LARGE furnished room for men SEWING MACHINES ,
livirg area and a delightful lot. GE dishwasher. 2 court PICTURESQUE upstairs or downstairs, near weekly maid service, linens and
Equipment Includes built.In oven yards, walk to schools. close to 70 acres. stream running through shopping center. See at 612 N.W. refrigerator furnished. Phone 3721185. 1964 Zig' Zag like new. monograms, 10A1 Falcon' Wagon, Automatic
U of F & medical center FHA buttonholes, sews on buttons, ap FORD
and surface unit. Only $16,000. property. Permanent Bahia pas- 10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75 0 I '
Call Fordyce & Associates. Inc.. $22.700. Down payment $1.700 ture. Pear orchard. 360 brand ma.EFFICIENCY.. pliQes. fancy stitches overcasts transmission,
Immediate occupancy. Drive by per AIR cooled room $850 per week or Take 6 payments at $1 1 095

376-1236. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler REALTORSERVICES home name Pecan with full trees.farm Brick equipment.Call farm. air conditioned. SIt per month 372-0481- $6 40. Phone 312.201.DISCONTINUED Radio, heater . . . .

Brothers. 3729545 daily. 376-9048 312-5393. private. adults only. 65. 406
Paneledliving night. NE 6th St. 51-A Wonted To Rent MURALS IQJTQ 4 .Door, autorrvatic I
Complete set $1995 DESOTO '
room oak floors, central air- 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNew I TWO STORYIN I 3 ROOM. 2nd floor. hot water fur HARPER PAINT CO. I VDV transmission, radio.
BLACK ACRESPRICED COUPLE wants 2 3 bedroom.
conditioning and built In book tip-top condition and ready for I adults. No $50. See or
nished pets.
construction nearing com furnished house residents 10 S_ W. 7th St. 3724366.OR heater steering brakes A'vI :
I permanent
shelves few of the power
are only a TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 pletion. Handsome Southwest location earning and living. Apartment upstairs 727 E, Univ. Ave. power .
house &
must
many extra features found in this and down-stairs, three large neighborhood SALE, 5 hot water tanks. 30 Must
and I IHome
bedrooms. 2 baths. hardwood situated on paved street. owner see
4 bath home in the I FOR RENT MOBILE HOME SO nice. Ph. FR 6-9653.
bedroom. 2 -
floors, central heat air-cond. comes complete with builtin rooms for rentals. All furnishedand b gal. with gas heater attached also $895
N.W. section. Over 2.200 sq. ft. units electric range and drapes. range and oven. central heat. priced at $18.000. Good financing x 10'. with private lot & TV.. YOUNG responsible family of four 159 gal. butane gas tank. Complete to appreciate. . . . .
I of living area and only 25500. Storage and utility room Ig. single Ing system hardwood floors and Close to downtown. Call Phone 376-8550. desires 3 bedroom home. Phone with gauges. Inquire Lewis

:,. Call Fordyce & Associates. Inc. carport lot 110' x 120' with many extras. $23,000. 3725393. LARGE 2 bedroom duplex furnished FR 2 1802 Jewelry Co.
3760236. shade trees. FR 64427. apt. with big living room. SPECIAL
BED. $35 reclining chair
305 N.W. 23 STREETMost I GLADYS SMITHREALTOR dnlng; room kitchen and jalou- 52 Boarders Wanted DBL corner table.; $5; util table.

Beamed McKINNEY'GREEN choice 3 bedroom 2 bath res- I sled porch convenient to down- 10; Ig. homemade desk. $8.
town. $80 month. Call FR 6-3070. 1959 CHEVROLET
ceilings walnut paneling and brick idence situated on more than an I Associates: ROOM and Board for girls. Private Phone FK 6782 Sedan
fireplace exemplifies the beautiful acre site. Beautiful shade trees. Anna Hinson Need Apartment or House bath. Washing Machine. PhoneFR
Carolyn Noyes j PORT. ice chest. $12.50; 6 ft.
This home Is well constructed and Extra
interior this 4 bedroom 2 bath I Delivery.
ot Furnished 6-6083
and out.
Refinished Inside alum. &
DEATONREALTORS offers prestige as well as convenience FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 folding table $10; plas
home in the N.W. Add this to 2.- FR $795
000 sq. ft. of living area on a for only $33,000. bath Ig. Fla. rm. utility area I 24625.or unfurnished. Phone 53 Office-Desk tic lounging cot. $5; Call 372- nice i . . . . . . .
spacious lot and you can't pass It I separate living rm.. dining rm.. 1 j Space 111. .

up at $27COO Truly different. Cell SO CONVENIENTfor FISH CAMP kitchen. wall to wall carpeting I SEE NOW I WE WANT TO buy late model Many Other Used Cars to Choose From
Fordyce *. Associates Inc. 376- Restaurant with 6 cabins situatedon in living rm.. glass sliding door Malore Gardens l PROFESSIONAL BUILDING (; used refrigerators. Exceptionallyhigh .
1236. the children. Metcalfe and a river near Gainesville. Completely leading to 16' x 24' patio. fenc- 3 ml. S. of Univ. on 441 i West University Ave. Office space trade-ins now given. I MANY WITH NO DOV'N PAYMENT
Howard Bishop schools two blocks equipped including boats ed-in back yard. 1325 NE 12th 21145 2-4625 2.4537 I available reasonable, down- WILSON'S EXCHANGE
town. Phone FR 6-1256
See this 3 B.R. 2 bath and equipment. This is a going Ter. $19,500 ,1 or le Phone FR
Shadytrees away._ I business. Call for details.ECONOMICAL HOUSE TRAILER. large lot. plenty Rom ?M. Professional Build'n54 111 S.E. 1st Street. MOTORCO.
home Monthly payments including BR. 2 bath over 2,100 sq. ft. liv- of shade couple preferred. 6-6479.
surround the fenced yard ard taxes and Interest $98.00. Call ing : air cond. ideal location 6-5377. RIDGWAY
FR
space
patio of this 3 edroorn. 2 beth FR 23617. I I. Phone Business Rental I KODACOLOR and I I
26450. 3469 N. W. llthAve.
WHITE
horre in Florida Park. Oak floors 'Yet spacious this large 2 bedroom LARGE 3 room apt. Available at BLACK &
and a fireplace add to the cozIness home Is available for immediate FR 25398. once. Nice & clean, near Univ. GARAGE space tor rent 61: s.w. 2 PRINT for the PRICE of 1 ,
of this home. A lovely neighborhood ACT TODAY : I I occupancy. Good N.E. lo BY OWNER. 3 BR, 1 bath CCB. Adults only. Water turn. PhoneFR 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real except 35 mm ,

also. Only $18,500 and A property 100 by 133 ft within cation. Attached garage anily; $COO down. S87 per mo. Joins 44819. tor. FR 2-1494.. $3.48 savings I on 12 exp. roll I I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

I available under F.H.A. Call For. three blocks of Court HouseCor.. room. separate dining room sll500 /- playground and pool area in NICELY furnished convenient SMALL warehouse with platform tor I Of KODACOLOR INC.
SUPPLY,
dyce & Associates. Inc- 376-1236. ner lot Two story frame I Highland Court Manor with. paid downtown area. $75. Adults only trucks loading & unloading, in UNIV. CITY 1021 PHOTO W. Univ. Ave. J.---- semj I
dwelling4 B.R. 2 bathsCan up membership. Call 372 5994. no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music city limits. 1132 S. Main St. -
InvestmentThis be purchased at RIGHT PRICE- LAKE FRONT PROPERTY Phone or
FOR SALE by owner. 2 BR home Store. 312-4 316113
Call FR 23417. 90 Acres on springfed lake with sand
home and apartment Is 1 mile to University and down- WAREHOUSES new concrete
garage with private
NICE 2 BR furn. apt.
bottom. Estimated 4,000 front feet
yours tor the small price of $9,500. town. Trees shrubs. fireplace bath & entrance. Large front block building with large units.
ANGLEWOODAn on water. Price $45,000 with 29 family room. Conveniences. $14- For rent. Reasonable. Close to
It has been reduced for quick porch hot & cold water furnished. I
sale. Do Call Fordyce & AssocI- attractive well built home situ pet. cash down. 500. 1104 N. W. 14th Ave. FR 6- $58 per mo. Ph. 29704. or downtown area Call 37 7S.

ates, Inc. 376-1236. ated on a beautiful landscapedlot. 5658. 29195 YOUR

3 B.R. and 2 tiled baths. 4 BEDROOMS 2 baths air-cond. 56 BUlines; Opportunities
ARNOLDRealty with porch.
furnished apart.
FORDYCEASSOCIATES. Large patio wall to wall carpet Ig. Fla room. Near Boy's Club 2 BR See at 411 N.W.15'h ..
Near University. I/
BESTBUY
in dining and living area. All I and school. $13,500. 1900 down. $60 1 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W.
modern conveniences Priced to 372-9714. St. or call 2-4647. per Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity 1960
INC sell Call FR 23417 for ap CompanyMultipe mo. for the right man to get In 1959 11
Multiple Listing Realtors pointment. : Listing Member UNUSUAL, architect Designed home. 3 rooms & bath close-in adults the bowling alley business with a
3 BR., 2 bath. H acre on Hog- amount of capital. Call FR 12
Grace Broker
Fordyce. 1219 W. Univ Ave. 3723522 no pets. Water furn $55 per mo. Imal
Associate ASSOCIATESJ. Associates town Creek. Glass walls provide or FR Ask for Mr.
Dudley Gouiden : Peter Sieg FR 2-4621 or 3721633. 6-23
Harvey Benton, Associate Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge view of woods from all rooms. Haynes. $995
O C. Gay. Asv>ciate J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo Sunken Iv. room with fireplaceand VERY attractive, spacious. upstairs $850 .
926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Multiple Listing Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene built in Hi-Fl. Dining area. 2 BR furnished apartment. GROCERY STORE. all colored $1 395 Radio and heater. /
kitchen equipped Including washer. Only $70 per month. FR 4-5270 trade n down payment must Rsdio and heater.
Each BR. with built in dresser 705 N.E. 2nd St. have good credit or collateral.
and desk. opening on private Call FR 6-7231 days or FR 2-0641 Radio and heater.

porch. Master BR.. with separate ONE BR 212 SW 7th St$75 night and Sundays. .

bath and dressing room. per mo. Call McKinney Green. EXCELLENT downtown Slncia I r : .-. ri-.. -
FR 23617.
Inc. Realtor.
Paneling and beam ceiling
Service open and do- :
Stati
throughout. Patio and screened CLEAN. quiet apartment in nice Ing will lease to responsible -'
porch. Air cond. 123.000. Open section. 1 block from Hotel Thomas. party with adequa t e Prices Slashed

house Sunday 1 to 6. 1230 N.W. Good bed. front and back entrance capital. Sinclair Reining Co
36th Road. Call FR 6-7881 screened porch. ceiling Phone FR


I Iorne.And Business 37 Real Estate Exchanged fan.27th.-water Phone no furnished.pets.4-3558.Available Adult June couple Has good fEXACO dealership 6 INC opporniti 2-12. "I Our Loss- Your Gain


available In the
ADULTS only. One or two bed are.
I WILL trade waterfront lot for car. I Moderate Investment required. I
Call J. R. Crane. 3723631.
Lots priced from $1.250 to $5.000. .. rooms.: Paid training program available. I 1962 Chevrolet Impala
BulldozingSMALL RemodelingDO What have you? Phone GR 5-5751. FURNISHED garage apartment. 1 station at Main and 8tn St.. $15gS
Conveniently located adults only also Interstate 75 Avaiabe Con
G. P. Rippey, Melrose.
4 door hardtop.
bulldozer, loader dump YOU NEED. Florida room extra no ptts. Call FR 21S23 or FR tact J. A RewiS. 361.

I trucks fill dirt. lime rock. TopSOiL room. more room. roof work.or 23794. FOR SALE BY OWNER, two

Phone 3727846.BULLDOZERS maybe a complete new home? 38 Real 1 Estate WantedUF FURNISHED apartment. Clean cool good business locati with tremendous I
For a free estimate. 1 I
& Dragline. Backhoe guaranteed 25 minutes from 10 x 20T
comfortable.
wheel tractors motor Waters.work 3728049.CARPENTER .phone Cart C. Gainesville.and Access to big lake each. Call J. R. 3723631.TO 1962 Comet 4 door $1195

grader. Free estimates. w. G. Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath. good fish tRuckS Johnson FR 6-6219 desires work addItions Llttlewoocl Sept. Dr. N. Market P. Rlppey Melrose. GR S-SS71. Ocala' bln. rnvst be Blue. radio end hater.I

& repairing. Phone FR 181 Kenville Rd. Buffalo. N.Y.. ts Consists package
Landscaping 2-6102. UJ1S. FORDYCE RENTALS sd.. & 17 o br. For further
3 Bar. A-C NW location. $140. Information me.- and 1962 Chevrolet Biscayne $1095I

Sewing Machine Repair 40 Business Properties 2 Bdr. NW location. Furn. $100. ask for Mr. Williams 3 7" I

LANDSCAPE SERVICE I 3 Bdr.. SE location. semMurru I Black, radio and heater.

Grass.Sod-Garden CALLSEWINGACHINE SER $75.00. 61 to Buy --
Main-Nursery
; SE location. efficiency turn.. W.nt.c (I
1 Bdr..
stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. Excellent corner location zoned B R. '
374-1075. We repair all 527.533 North I I apt.. $55.00.I 1963
NURSERY 2. 89 x 120. Drive by $185 Mercury
CASH for
Bdr. SW location. unfurn your refrlelto Breezeway
\ Landscape Co. Makes Work fully guar ntf ' I FR 6-2514 for free estimate. J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency. FR Many more to choose Ts. clo I 4 door. power steering. bals. aoati .. Air ci
7-8404 31 N. Mam" FCRDYcEAssociates. 2.33. per
TELEVISIONPICTURE Service Center. Road. _ _

II I SERVICE ADVERTISE DIRECTORY IN THE 41 Residential Income I I I Inc WANTED lar ct type home I 51960
freezer Must I
I citi Mercury Wagon
Appliance Repair & J, TUBE Repair Special. $1 REALTORS b. g 3 J5.I $995
Broker Inch pius SID to Install bath home. Also adjoining 37 ;
Mortgage per most 4 Bedroom 2 926 W. Univ. 4 door power steerIng. power automat.c transmissIon. electric W-
Air Conditioning tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special rental property. 200 ft. CLEAN. living room Just refurnished 62 ch.er & Took j I and seat. air cditionin0. "
Reconditioned TVs from 19.9.5. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd newly painted. 1 BR apt. I
MORTGAGE MONEY THE VARIETY STORE Ave. Will sell together or sepa-
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 5V* per cent Interest. Terms toSS 7 S.E. 1st Ave. rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2l's at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 Phone per Be Cub" Tractor 7 hp. Tfi years i 1958 Buick Electra Hardtop
occupancy.
First in air conditioning and Appliance years.8UY 4 Technician's with 84 years experience ,- 4-2472.mo. tmrrd.Weseman Realty 3$ .twin blade good mower attachment $995
BUILD REFINANCECall on all makes.T. very cit.I
repairs. We sell guaran.teed NW Can be seen at 3811 4 radio and heater.
washers. refrigerators. etc.eR Dan Byrd V. SERVICE 42 Farms & Acreage IBR furnished duplex. 600 Ave. or call Less than d
monttPhone 2-6 I
24!h Ave. $60 per
.
.m67.f 125 NW 13 St. PIFR J-2S11 PROMPT DEPENDABLEOpen half original c 1 I
t to 6-Cosed Wed. at I P.M. 3'2-8337. 1960 Falcon 4 Door $695
Appraisal Service FHA and conventional at lowest KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE ACREAGE ,1 bedroom. LR. kitchen and bath 64 Household Goods j
current rates. Terms to 25 Operating stock farm. 460 acres for couple -
Suitable .
furnished at
421V N W 10th _Ph. 3773177 radio and
f years. Will gladly discuss at no I complete with registered Angus or students. Close to shop- Bla Nate.
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. herd. hogs and fuU line of farm I I PinG and Univ. Call FR 4-60C3. T-A-G APPLIANCES
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Tires Alignment I equipment. 4 br. 3 bath main Tested and Guaranteed

t FRED ft. ARNOLD 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494 Brake Service house on private lake. and modem EFFICIENCY furnishedPrivate apartment completely entranceand 42 Reia from S D 1962 Falcon 2 Door $1095
REALTOR tenant house. 18 miles from f from S up
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FRED B. ARNOLD GaJiesvilte.; Reasonable. Call Mary bath. UtiUtin furnished 2225 I 17 Washers from wp White. radio and healar.
SERVICE REALTORFHA VACATION SPECIALON Moeller. N. E. 7th St. $45 month. Phone a Dryers from $49 D

121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 AKD CONVENTIONALLOANS famous nationally known Moo FR 22128. 2 Food-Freezers fr
I
hak tirev Save up to 20 Acres paved rd. W of Gainesvine. 2 U Ford
-- 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 50% on new tires. See our new $12. 00.00 Call Mary Moel ON!: BR fur"- aoartment turnted-1313N. 10 Oo from up l 1963 English Anglia $1095lie.
wrap around retread that e;ves ler. W. TWi Ave. Water JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE
Auto Equipment GLADYS Smitn Reattor FHA more mileage traction. Latt- S40 net mo. Phone FR *-? 30 or 41* ails AvcPK c 2 door.

and conventional loans. Low mer Tire Co. 623 N. MVm, St. MOBILE HOME COURT 4-241. Ask for Mr. Havnr N 3S
rates. Terms to 25 vears. ira A ItS VOlT 11.000 BTU
Ne-r Gainesville on busy Hwy. 1 B R. gari-oe apart. cteets and Cd
W Univ Ave. 372-533. room conditioner. 69 1957 Volvo 2 Door
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt teacnanged Tree 'Sewn S9.9CO.OO Low down payment low QUiet. a-Jutts.: no pets; $55 per 220 li, BTU Coidsoot room $595
; Repair kl'tor F. H. A. & Conv. Loans monthly payments. ire 2913 N.W. 4!h St. Phone FR l4 '

Walker Jacks Factory avtiorlieo FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.. INC. A-I TREE SERVICE 4-4S93 or J-222*. air cii. 61 rang model; a Lady While 4. _ _ _
walker Hydraulir Jack REALTORS Pruning demossing. bracino & cabJems MARY MOELLER. REALTOR everyitilna K e w t
Service Agent HULL'S BRAKE 92' W. Univ 376-1236 & tree removal. Cavity 1 Bedroom apartment a ri
SERVICE I. SUPPLY 1314 S. work & tree feeding. Lawn service 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 furnished $50 except month.gas.372-0481.513.50week m. Al I exl condition 1962 Volvo 2 Door $1595

Main FR f-14? PAINTING and maintenance. Licensed "Selling Florida Since 1906- or 334 t aP

& Insured. Free estimates. Troy FOSSEY CCB duplex. 1 bedroom. spacious O. E REFRIGERATOR 1 y. White
Auto Glass Exterior decorating and painting. Thames. 374-2V40. Jack Hoes e r. 110 acres. rolling mostly cleared. cabinets and closets. Quiet location new $189, selling for 12

Free estwwafes Phone TT-5814 _444-3487. GainesvIlle Fla. approximately mile of paved Call FR M744 '2 Oi. ft. I freezer. c

road frontage. $200 an acre. near 3167 af 1961 Pontiac Tempest
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi $1295
ness. Immediate Installation Plumbing Winch Truck- Alacnua 46 Unfurnished ApIs. ROOM ai conditioner. 7JOB BTU

free pickup! t delivery. Add Ralph FOSSEY Realtor W* ae moving and must s Radio, heater. ati trMlsl

beauty & value to your car. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW WINCH TRUCK SERVICE Dick Robinson Associate NEW 1 BR duo e aptkncnen S. $60. C FR 4-8912

MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. I used fixtures. complete It ft. and 32 ft. booms 11 W. University AVIPII 37413S7Vi equipped. $60 per month on a c
_32J; N.W. 4tH St. FR 4-ISSt plumbing service "BIG- JIM Welding and metal shop years lease. Ph :374-8372 tfays. FURNIURI purchased new 1961 Fiat 1100 $795.
HUGULEY. Gainesvillo Plumbcrj 4611 NW 4th Street acres. 10 miles out. 374-7327 evenings. 6 W* are 2 ,
> ,_FR. HS8t. Phone J7J-nW team stog* r" Low mMepe.
_______ $2000 cash t rooms 4k batlw, downtown area -
S. E. $A"" REALTOR ing mattress and Wings.. U
t
retrig. stove. Adults. no pets.
ADVERTISE IN THE UpholsteryUPHOLSTER! WINDOW CLEAN IP'G Ph. 4722000 Newberry. Fla. water furn. $60 per mo. FR 2- each lounge or$b II beds $fM.Oj Baa CRANE LINCOLN MERCURY I

your tvmmjrt at WINDOWI cleaned floors cleaned ACREAGE S ii' acre tracts 4621 or 377-1433. table. ** I
SERVICE DIRECTORY reasonable 'PTICM. Call Salty. and waxed. houses washed. II reasonable. CilsI'I'or terms. H. B. I LARGE newSy decorated aprir,ent. VI cabinet 1 w ti t CS drawer 516 S. MIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE 376-2425

Experienced. FR 6- M8. 4248N. yrs. experience Free estmiatts. Standridge. RU 1. Box 49. Archer.Fla. rartiatty furnished. Phone GR S4445. *.and Hems.
.w. IJtft Ttr. Phone FR *- '55. Ph JH I

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Thursday, June 25", 1964 Gainesville Sun 21
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:: '6Ulic .For Sale.. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

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IMPALA SS Hard Top. 1962. PG FULL SIZE
SIZE 12 wedding dress, never worn. CORVAIR Monza. '64, equipped Trans., WW tires. PS & PB fac. '51 OLDSMOBILE 88, excellent con-
Call FR 4- 9l2 after 6 P.M. or with radio heater, white side air. R & H. Extra clean. Ph. nition, $200 Phone FR 2-9792
weekends wall tires. 1.000 actual miles. FR 2-0149. FORDCUSTOM
Assume payments small equI-
Wonter
T.V. antennas S3 single stack. ty. Will consider older car for 1961 Buick LeSabre convertible. Me- 87 Automobiles
*/ double stack. $13 complete eQuity. Call owner at :3724441. chanically perfect. New white wall
kit. ext. 33. S-5 weekdays. tires. Radio heater all power air
Brant s. 513 NW 8th Ave. CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords
conditioned. Would like transportation
& Chevrolet At Herndon ServIce -
SEWING MACHINE CHEV '57. 8elAlrdr.. hardtop. for equity. Take over pave ,
4th St.
Station 916 SE
964 Model Dial atlc. Zig Zag. like new throughout. R & H, low ments. FR 6-8446. 2-DOOR
like new makes button holes. mileage. Priced right. Phone
overcast FOR SALE 1961 FORD Fairlane. 4
applique fancy stitches owner after S at 3727128. dr. sedan power steering radio DODGEDARTDODGE $2096.00
darns mends etc. Assume pay- CHEVROLET '56 4-door 6-cylinder. & heater. $1075. Call 372-8852 after *
ments S7.10 each. 81] W. Univ. 6 P.M.
yellow and black. Good condition. TRUCKS
Ave.
Ph. 37tr1015oADDRESSOGRAPH $395. Call Fit a 4-S806. 1534 1901 MGA. See Ed Cook, Town and FAIRLANE
equlpm t. Including SW 13th St. Country Trailer Lodge. Make Of POOLE-GABLE
feeder and 2 listers. fer. 2DOORKEETER
Also Graphotype card cutter for MCA 1958 Top condition like I
Plates, and five sections of plate new interior. Call FR 23054 after 1950 PLYMOUTH good transportation 119 SE First Ave. I
cabinets on caster basis. Phone G. 7:30 P.M. good tires. $50 cash. Call 372-4343 I I $1996.00
Massa 473-4tll Keystone Heights. MUST SELL, leaving school. Top FR 2-0659.
cond., all new parts. '60 Volkswagen 0/0
BUICK special 1958 2 door hardtoP.
36000 BTU commercial air conditioner Call FR 27554. New low milage. clean good condi- I
with outside water cooling paint fob Low Mileage. L25
1963 TR-4. Driven only 7.500 miles. NEW SHAW 6-
tower.SW 2nd 3 office Ave. desks & chairs. 503 1964 Chevrolet. Impala new, 2300 Like new original! list $3,159.
miles. A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost. Sacrifice for $2. 00. Terms. Call
JAMANA air conditioners 12.500 Phone FR 6-4404 John Baldwin. FR 4-2514 FALCON
BTU and a 14.500. 1 year old. 220Volts.
,
1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- 60 VOLKSWAGEN good condition
Gainesville Both Minature for 1400.Raceway.See at top coupe air conditioned clean, priced for quick sale. *1 00 238 W. UniversityFR
745 N. E. 10th Ave. Phone FR
TAPPAN Clock controlled 20-inch 4 speed transmission. Caris 25821 Down 6-5371
oven, rotisserie burner with a parked on Univ. City payments of only
brain. Regular $39*. This week Bonk parking lot. See Mr. Per
$
only Free 30-gallon glass lined GAINESVILLE JFZ.
..
water heater Included See Full- Foster or Mr. Johnson ot DO Mo.
gas. 3765392. 12 S.W. 1st Ave. the bank. AUTO SALES VOLKSWAGENMILLER
My Personal Deal
FOUR piece sectional sofa very 1964 VW. radio seat belts open- 1007 N. Main St.
good condition; S135 Call 372-47(5 ing back windows side mirror, CALL or SEE
or see at 414 SE 8th St. Apt. A. I luggage rack trailer hitch un- Phone FR 2.6313 OSCAR BRYAN ISCOUNT
dercoat. 1000 miles. S1650 Phone Northcentral Florida I t
SOFA and matching chair tur FR 28793.THINKING Shaw & Keeter I
quoise. S75. 2 metal shelf units. Largest
S10. Phone FR 6-7831. about buying a good Independent Dealer FR 6-5371
sports car? Only $1200 will put
FRIDAY Night Browsing at Trea- you in a I960 Alpine. Extras include >.
>ur. Chest in Fairbanks OLD wire wheels. WW tyres and I
TIMEY THINGS. Odds and Ends. heater. Call 376-7824 for details. BROWN .
""-"' '
Value Rated
Phone FR 4-1283. .
Alfa Romeo Spider. 1963. Phone 1030 E. Univ.&AU.
OFFICE DESK, reupholstered trailer 376-6603. PAINT FR 2-3582
sofa bed, knee hole desk, bed- Used Cars
room suite. pair pie crust lamp HEY! SALEON
tables Empire night style stands love seat end and fables 2 I have for 'sale 1961 Chevrolet con- B&G MOTOR CO. JOB FOR THE CORRECT

t chairs.Nearly-Nu Other Furniture household Shop.I t e m 316 s. new vertible Interior with a one new week tires old top all Cadillac Oldsmobile TIME .

. NW. 8th Ave. Fr 6-4892. around. Mechanically perfect. 2001 NW 13th St.
For details call 3727145 after FR 2-1411
COLDSPOT refrigerator HO. Crafts- 6:00 $3995At
P.M. weekdays anytime Sun- -
man shop vacuum on dolly S22.50. day. Courtesy Of
Silvertone TV. $35. Kenmore gas Raulerson
range. S25. 222 S.E. 20th St. FOR SALE 1963 FORD. XL 500. University Chevrolet
Fastback.For details call 372-0197. Motors I ALL USED CARS'
SCOTSMAN Ice Machine practically N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
new, used one season. Vi Price. 1961 FALCON Station Wagon. 4 dr.. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
Phone 461-1998 Beggs Gulf! Station R 1 H. and auto. trans. WW HAWESPOWERSBODY
Waldo. tires, good condition. $900. FR 6-
_9707_ and 25806. 372-5285 SHOP Want Ads
JENNY hogany Lynn, has box spool springs bed dark and mattress ma- 1963 Grad Prix. Air. loaded with Home of A-1 Used Cars 611 S.W. 3rd St. duGet
In good condition $40. extras. Warranty and low mile- CARS TRUCKS JEEPS Results
FR 2-0538
Phone FR 28131 age. $3485 Will trade. 3725426 Open Sunday 3 to 5 p m.
after 6 p.m. THA THA VC BEEN IN OUR
Rotis- -
1943 36th sere:Roper Road.and Charm oven.Phone gas 8200 FR range.63161.1237 N.W, 1 --- j :

tion. Call FR 21328 or 23967. 4\V. !
2001 13TH ST.
SINGER Electric Sewing Machine

control., wooden work cabinet.light and foot attach.pedal STOCK FOR 25 DA YS'

I Phone 372""". t' t ;

70 Boats-Marina Equip. r: z f

1953 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson

outboard running time.engine in.300 Phone hrs. total FR ..../ 1/.t:}

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73 Musical Merchandise I L < .
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America's WURLITZER No. 1 piano and

organs Gainesville's are at evcluslve Earl's Piano Wurlit-Co. Sale Ends Promply At 9 June 30

ler Dealer 702. W. University Y. J'i. p.m.
Ave. Phone 372 2222.

TRUCK LOAD very fine factory

ANTEED.rebuilt pianos.LILLIAN'S FULLY GUAR.MUSIC k F 58 PONTIAC 60 BUICKStation
STORE 112 SE First St. Ph. k

FR 65931. Star Chief. V-8 A/T. Radio, Heater. Wagon. V-8, A/T Air R & H.

CONN condition.trombone.0"$70 Phone bell.FR excellent 2-9762 Was $995.00 SAVE $350.00 WAS $1395.00 SAVE $200.00

Several PIANOS name AND brand ORGANS pianos and SALE PRICE $64500 SALE PRICE $119500'S9

organs used In our teaching
studios. Will sell at substantial
discounts. Gridley Music Co. 61 CHEVROLETBiscayne. CHEVROLET
Gainesville Shopping Center. FR e

UPRIGHT 25353._piano. in good tune. 6 Cyl. A/T. Heater. V-8. A/T, Heater.

100. Phone 374-9058 or 68085. i ; WAS $1295.00 SAVE $325.00SALE WAS $500.00 SAVE $300.00
TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
Buy choose now from.for this Instant fall.credit.Many to -x PRICE $97000 SALE PRICE $20000

I Gainesville Music Center N
3725421. 1023-25 W. Unlv Ave.
GIBSON Les Paul electric guitar 63 CHEVROLET 62 CHEVROLETBelAir ,

and In cord amplifier and,shoulder carrying strap.case. plug-Call iiscayne. Dr. V-8 A/T. Heater, P.S., P.B. 4 Dr. 6 Cyl A/T R & H.

FR 1409.( WAS $2200.00 SAVE $550.00 WAS $1695.00 SAVE $100.00

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Automotive I.-' NOW 1650 SALE PRICE 1595
I gar
f
i; 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
k # te 64 CHEVY II 53 CHEVROLETSolid
A leader In every way. Service r I Ill L "ate

Homes.first. always 4120 N.W.Federal 13th St.Quality 372311X e i I IxMe Nova 4 Dr. V-8, A/T. Radio Heater. Black. Extra Sharp Car.

WAS $3000.00 SAVE $600.00 WAS $495.00 SAVE $95.00

WYATT- SALE PRICE 240000 SALE: PRICE MOO00



Trailer Sales 3 .-r ., ykrl +t Lt.w I 62 VOLVO 62 RENAULT

Pacemaker Home Mobile of Hornet 2 Dr. Sedan. 4 Speed. R & H. SS. Heater.
Shasta and Airstream IT'"" ", ,..:SO-. <:i- ':i:tl ';; d:4 ;. F f:..':.ti.1C]. :: .w z. :Lf..I.'tI.If' ..::r.-
Travel Trailers WAS $1400.00 SAVE $300.00 WAS $495.00 SAVE $95.00
I Ocala's First Mobile Home Listed below are many of the later model cars we've taken in trade on new Cadillac's and <
1921 Dealer Silver-Springs Since 1948 Blvd. Oldsmobile's during our grand opening celebration. SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS OF SALE PRICE mOO00 SALE PRICE $40000

Phone 429-1358 ORIGINAL DEPRECIATION.

. WE Otala.BUY Fla. 63 CADILLAC sedan deVille. window hard64 CHEVROLET Super Sports Impala hardtop 63 FORD '63 FORD ((500))

USED MOBILE HOMES top sedan. Factory air autronic eye electric coupe. Factory air power steering and brakes P Galaxie 2 Dr. V-8. A/T. P.S.. R & H. 2 Dr. HT. Bucket Seats. V-8. A/T. Air.

Top dollar paid, phone 374-0571. windows and scat fully equipped. One owner. automatic transmission. 327 engine. WhiteS WAS $2100.00 SAVE $500.00 WAS $2595.00 SAVE 195.00

SPECIAL d new by B&G. $' with black bucket seats. Floor shift console.
104 x MT Lot tor mobile home. 4995 SALE PRICE $160000 SALE PRICE $240000
SI500. 1 Mile S. OH Paynes Low mileage. . . . . 3,700 miles. One owner. $3595
Prairie. For appointment call In factory warranty. . . .
FR a-3052. 62 CADILLAC 6 window sedan. Factory air, p 61 VOLKSWAGENSunroof. 62 CHEV. ETON P.U.
BELIEVE IT 63 CHEVROLET !IMPALA 4-door sedan.White .
fully equipped. White and $
rose. Q>| AC
and turquoise. 6-cylinder automatic Radio & Heater. SS-6 CYI.
OR NOTSave 18,500 miles . . . . OfVD
tAOO. 10 x 46 2 BR fur. transmission. 13,600 miles. One $O1QC WAS 1295.00 SAVE $250.00 WAS $1295.00 SAVE $245.00

nlshed only S319S. $35040 down. owner. -In factory warranty. . ** fJ
S54.0 per month. 64 OLDS STARFIRE Coupe. Factory air cruise SALE PRICE 104500 SALE PRICE 105000

Over 50 models to choose from control full power, white black bucket seats. 63 CHEVY II. NOVA Sedan. AutomaticLess

TRAILER MARTHWY. than 12,000 miles. Sold and serviced transmission. Beautiful white and gold. One '
17 PHONE 3211050 63 CORVAIRMonza 53 CHEV. i TON P.U.
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 by B&G. $4495 owner.

EAST PALATKA FLORIDAFor In factory warranty. . . In warranty . . . . 1995 Cpe. Speed. Radio & Heater. Good Transportation.WAS .
Sal 1 BR air condo turn WAS $1800.00 SA$200.00 $295.00 SAVE $100.00SALE
frailer fc enclosed cabana Excellent 63 OLDS F-85 CUTLASS convertible. White 63 FALCON station wagon. Radio & heater,
condition. FR 2-fM4. 48A.M.
and 4-12 P.M. nylon top. Red with red bucket seats. Floor standard shift. $ ZAP SALE PRICE 160000 PRICE $19500

t 10x5 HOME Crest. 2 BR. front and shift console. 19,216 miles. One owner. Sold Very clean. . . . . 1 I 07 >

'I and rear,patio ivt bath awnings.alr-cond' Phone window Fit.. by B&G. $2595 64 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop sedan. Foe- II 62 CHEVROLETStation '62 CORY AIR

1711. In . . .
factory warranty. Monza R & H.
NEW MOON Metro 1941 10 x50. tcry air. Full power. Silver turquoise. White Wagon. SS-V-8. Heater Cpe. A/T.

3 Liv.BR Rm.front end kitchen Brs.financed unfurnished with 62 OLDS 98 Sedan. Factory air. power steer- I leather interior. 100% warranty. $COQP I WAS 1750.00 SAVE $250.00 WAS $1695.00 SAVE $100.00

S200 for equity and take up paymends. List new for about $7,000 . JL/J
Phone 4-03J5 after i 00 ing and brakes 6-way seat. White with blue SALE PRICE 150000 SALE PRICE 1595

M P.M. i iI interior. 38,620 miles. One owner. $OCQC 63 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Sedan. Fac-
42 with aluminum I
shady Bedroom cabana lot.trailer.pool.air Town conditioned d Country I Sold and serviced by BOG . ZJ7J tery air, soft green white leather. Fully eq- 63 CHEVROLET '60 CADILLACHT.

Lot G-2. Ph. FR 69606.IT'S uipped. Less than 14,000 miles. One $
FOOLISHto 63 BUICK LeSabre Station Wagon. Factory owner. In factory warranty. . 4895air. Impala Dr. Radio. Heater. Cpe. VAT. R & H. Air. Cond.
V Power White and gold. Solid WAS WAS $2395.00 SAVE $495.00
l lay steering. $2095.00 SAVE $300.00
pay more RECKLESS to 62 PONTIAC Bonneville. Hardtop d an.F ae-

FACTS.less. Payments GET THE as low REAL asSS7.2t I leatherette Beautiful seat in upholstery excellent 22000 S miles. tory air. power steering. White with burgan- SALE PRICE *1795 SALE PRICE $190000
car,
month with S300 down.
per 3295 dy interior. Exceptional condition. '
LAKE GENEVA condition. . . . . 2595
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64 CHEVROLET
Rt. 1M SC Keystone Hts ',a.fOR .
52 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop sedan. Fac64 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop sedan. Factory -
SALE or trade for house trailer -
equity In 3R house central air. cruise control, full power, 42,000 tory air, full power, silver turquoise white 18 COMPANY CARS

70th heat St. Ph.all 3720568ITS tile bath. 126 SE miles. One owner. Sparkling red. $3395 leather interior. 100% warrant. $5295

HERE! White leather interior . . List new for about 7000. . SAVE UP TO $900


12 WIDE Champion 2 BR 61 CADILLAC sedan deVille air cond. $2995 59 CHEVROLET Impala hardtop PS V-8 $995

Beautiful NEW 44 model 61 CADILLAC convertible air cond. $2995 59 CHEVROLET station wagon 6cyl AT $995 uso
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SPECIAL at ONLY CWS 60 CADILLAC fleetwood. air cond. $2495 62 FALCON station wagon . $1495 G

BUTTS MOBILE INC. HOMES 60 CADILLAC sedan air cond., . $2395 61 FALCON station wagon . $1195

3744341 60 CADILLAC sedan . . . $1995 61 FORD GALAXIE hardtop AC $1295
Open t AM to leP.M. Closed s OPEN 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.
Sunda cross from 1 G.IMIVUIe N. Livestock 59 CADILLAC'sedan deVille air cond. $1895 61 DODGE station wagon . . $1395

I Market 57 CADILLAC fleetwood, air ccd.. ., $895 58 PLYMOUTH sedan air condo . $395

l ST Homecrest 2 bedroom, 60 CHEVROLET station wagon: $1195 60 DODGE phoenix hardtop sedan AC $895 f.y ml l

front air and conditioner rear. IV*window bath Installed and' 60 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan air cond. $1595 59 CHRYSLER hardtop coupe . $1095

patio 4-12U before awnings.5 and Please after call 5. FR 59 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan, air cond. $1295 59 DODGE sedan power steering . $795 UNIVERSITY
58 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan air cond $795 52 PLYMOUTH
1963 VANDYKE mobile lvr10 good transportation $195
x Weir conditioned fully 58 OLDS 98 convertible . . . $595 I
nished. M50 tor tXOOO equity. 59 MG Convertible . . . $595
3530 $. W. 24th Ave Pinehurst 57 OLDS sedan air $395
Park, Lot 22. 3767429. : 61 MERCURY sedan, 6-cyl I SS $1095

& Scooter 56 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan air cond. $295 58 HILLMAN . . . . $295
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59 BUICK hardtop coupe, air cond. $1195 58 VAUXHALL . . $150 p
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In AROUND THE WORLD I Try To Equate Apportionment "

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(c) New York Times court said the Constitution requires -

Brazilian Loan ,Mikoyan Claims WASHINGTON A House 1 them to be equal in COME IN. Ian
I judiciary subcommittee
approved -
population "as nearly as is; .. .
TheNation' a bill yesterday fixinga
Granted By U.S. Reds Scare U. S. practicable.
15 per cent maximum on
&ro ftnrfe.WASHINGTON mtmr I JAKARTA Indonesia (AP-: deviations from population Firemen see the Ice Magician at work
Early
Anastas I. Mikoyan said today I
equality among congressional
The United that the United States refrains I
States granted Brazil yester- from large-scale war, "ventur-I districts. FRANKFORT, Ky. (APTo'

day a $50 million loan to sup- ing only to make smallscalewars I The legislation would in effect keep fire from destroying log' NOF'ROSTC

; port the stabilization reform "such as in South VietNam I lay down guidelines for en- cabins, many Kentucky pioneers I! \ / awA f refrigerator-eezer
because of the threat. of
. and development programs forcement of the Supreme built chimneys so that a pull on "
Soviet retaliation.
Johnson Names of the new revolutionary "We have no wish to attack Court's decision last Februaryon a key log would collapse them;!

"' Gen. Johnson As government.This the United States" the visiting congressional districts. The I if, they caught fire. I IPlel'C 1+" y
Soviet first told
was the first major deputy premier
Chief Of Staff loan given the regime of President Indonesia's Parliament "but if
Humberto Castelo Bran- they commit aggression againstthe Wf1lbernMurphey
APPassingover Soviet Union and her
WASHINGTON ( ) co. allies I .
,
43 senior generals, Presi- the United States will receive 33V N. MAIN ,ST.'P 3
PHONE
376-1291
dent Johnson has named Lt. I In announcing the loan, concluded prompt retaliatory blows the ...
under the Alliance For Mempers> New York Stock Exchange I IIcellagic
Gen. Harold K. Johnson a vet- I like of which have never been '
eran of the Bataan death march :Progress Program the administration matched in the world before." Rbbert'W. Kuhn Harry S. Myless Exclusive IceMogic Ice maker Exclusive Jet-Cold* Shelf Exclusive Carousel* Shelves

and of battles with the Red ... noted that. "the- Brazilian \
Chinese in Korea as the Army'snew Government is formulat-
chief of staff. ing a comprehensive progra G
As the vice chief of staff, the gram of devlopment, stabiliza- 18.2 CIK ft. of fefnlerafed spacf

President picked Lt. Gen. tion and reform which can with
spacious erNegree"re&eModel
Creighton W. Abrams, 49, who serve as a basis for later discussions -
with Gen. Pat- with international in-
served George
.
stitutions and the
ton's 4th Armored Division in governmentof ice cube
the United States and other : replaces: every you.
World War II. use all automatically! Jet-Cold Shelf .
friendly countries of Brazilian C
Abrams also was well down A R -a .
needs for external assist- .Y chills salads, beverages, desserts up to
the seniority list-34th among ance." iC u ''j twice as fast as ordinary shelves! Carousel

the lieutenant generals. I I Shelves. turn completely around!

Pass Rights Bill Romania Slates S\\ I -tt ;

Next Week? IncreaseVIENNA Prices
Wage
WASHINGTON (AP) House : mac, Start $26888EASY
leaders have worked out an (AP) Romania's \ At

agreement that should bring pas-I Communist government says it, LE

sage of the civil rights bill next I will increase all wages 10 to 151: S TERMS-
week-and may mean Republicans -per cent because of "the favor EKB-18MM .
will get the two-week convention able development of our econ Shoes
recess they have de- \
omy.

manded.After a series of meetings I wage Radio boosts Bucharest will be made said under the I j I I'a .\ \ 7 .99 a\ 4.97 NEW

Wednesday, Rules Committee
staggered system beginning| RCA VICTOR
Chairman Howard W. Smith,
D-Va., consented to call a com- Aug. 1 and continuing into 1965. 3.97 & tiny 10 10while 1964
heel'
mittee meeting Tuesday to Children and family bonuses i : : arebeck s\iog'. regular slOc'PLUS \:.
clear the way for House actionon also will be increased and wage culoul', ooloss-a\\ {cam
I air
the bill.Warren. taxes lowered the [ at
announce-I romp" raibow
Report'Unfounded9 not ment disclosed.said. Percentages were I \ ) and a a S a S PORTABLE TELEVISION


\.J399aflU: INSIST ON THE BEST The Model 94A216
I U. S. Proposes 1 BIG 19-Inch Screen
WASHINGTON (AP) The \\ 2 3 I.F. Signal Boosting Stages JUST A FEW

Warren commission describedas Nuclear Check ) / olots, mate 3 18,000 Volt Transformer Picture Power
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clooks'
unfounded Wednesday re zany 4 Cooler Operating Tubes :LEFT-

ports it is about to publish of GENEVA (AP) The United I, 9 'EX,1RkS: 5 Tinted Safety Glass reduces outside reflection
findings in the investigation of States today presented a threei i r'' skm a p fk'BULOUS z 6 "Stay Set" volume control no need tochange
John F. Kennedy's assassina for "ver-i 5.g setting
point inspection plan : 1\\'ES'E snoes
P\\ d reSS .g? 7 "Up Front" golden Throat Sound
ification without intrusion" if 3
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tion."The learnedof of stackS s 8 Automatic Channel Equalizer minimizes: $16995
commission has the nuclear on a coup eels Ag7
powers agree '
>; h and flutter
picture fading,
to the effect I Choice ht rte 990 :. ..
published reports cutoff in the production of fissionable -I 5.gg Just tl I 9 Automatic Picture Balance
that the report of the com- material for weapons. I .: your hf ut ucedt now SI1.'E\ 10 Euilt-in telescoping monolple antennae
mission will be published within 1Iandbagsre Of ,
the next few days" the com- The proposed American system I 'B'ES1 C\\OICf. OF EXTRA COST WITH ABOVE SET
mission said in a statement. would subject three types I { fOR FREE
of facilities to inspection: U-235 \\URR' It 8 Transistor RadioFor
The commission wishes to an- I
nounce that these reports are separation plants which pro-I your summer picnic and camping pleasure
duce enriched uranium; nuclear I
unfounded. reactors producing fissionable GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER_ Open 'Til 9 p.m.
the It report gave would no indication be made when pub- material and chemical separa-' I Other 19-inch Portables from 15995Reliable

lic. \

U.S. Sales TaxShift rOUII (HUES+ DISTILLERS CO.N.Y.C.. BLENDED WHISKEY.86 PROOF 60% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
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Proposed :t ,, ':" > : < \ i:; :
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WASHINGTON The Sen- C. :; Spate Age Sealed CI'ORN Thad RCAN R TY

ate Finance Committee voted Circuitry ,..Than Ocher Any Ocher
yesterday to shift the 10 per Kidd p d t
cent federal sales tax on cosmetics r

luggage, handbags furs ..
and jewelry from the retailerto

the probable manufacturer.The result. if the ac \\ :

tion is approved by Congressas \\t _-....- .1r4
a whole, would be a small 0
cut in price to the consumer an ''\ .' !
increase in retailer profits anda _
loss of revenue to the treas- :

ury of about $250 million a ).ear.

The Senate is expected to ,--., ..4'xii
support the committee action : r

later this week. However, the ;$
treasury opposes the change and
will try to have it reversed
t i' 1.r'raf r.5' '.y 4' r'X' zt' Fit 9r
t.
when the excise tax bill goes to \\
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conference between the Senate l. \\ :

and the House.COlll1uittee. \\ }4 : ; Hit_4r a Ir

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WASHINGTON (AP-Presi-) Rp ;_ c ;_
dent Johnson's chances of get- :
ting his medical care programnow t r't=' /' I
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hinge on the Senate-and ,
.t
his ability to t ..
perhaps on per ,,,
suade key House members la- {,t: ,.'/ : ......;".. .;-WI- ": B' I I The FINtANDIAYFr33
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ter.The "" '-l! ,
President lost round one V '-

Wednesday when the House : ... ?' .i I < OSE.i RCA VICTORRfewVista
Ways and Means Committee ; ,
shelved the Social Security t ,:. /!/.,,; ;/,fA,;.!,;
t I
health '
program.
The committee however, did r : .

vote for a 5 per cent increasein ., HIGH FIDELITY $23995
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cash payments to Social Se- : .
curity retirees.If 4 ,.J : ,: '

Congress acts promptly : vTr @ ELNE rn E @
passing the bill in July, the October : '..' ,

pension checks could reflect ;, "l .. ,. :
the increase. \ ,- \- )"" _, <. '',:;.:.. '.- }J WITH FM-AM AND FM STEREO RADIO
Social Security retirementnow \ q
averages $77 for an individual i \it : :.: : 'P '. /
.
with a top of $127. A wife .> 'lt .a'J" .F;!*' "' : &6-speoker Total Sound Stereo \\\1lIIb///4/\ //
62 or older means an additional system-two 12" diaphonic duo- _
50 per cent. A tax boost to pay cone speakers Stuandiomatie 3Vi"' "!jO
for the increase would go into tweeters record THE
changer plays all sixes recordsof
effect Jan. 1.Blending. water :: nothingf the same speed automatical/
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mix
or manually as desired Amazing -' /
Clinic new pressure limiting pick-up ,
: protects record grooves against
Set For FridayThe :' : : can drown audible needle scratch comes
with diamond microgroove Stylus.
first of a series of Mend- : : Deluxe 9-tube FM-AM radio TOlIi
: $ ,
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Delton Scudder, will be held '- \ .. t ', -: :, ;V. '" yyy power: 20 watts' (I watts EIA S.EJ $$
at Carver Library Friday from f": '; :\' ''.' ,' :'+' <-. Thistsn ttaClaim.ttrsafact. *,* standard), .* Dependable Space 7 FIRSTS':_
1 to 3 school ., J :!,: : :< v Ago Sealed Crcuirry. Audio-
Any high students '
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pjn. ) : !. We make Four Roses a special, phtle controlsBets. Treble. SCJUAR!
or adults who are inter- t\ >* X tVi J : : .'t. more expensive that on THE
keeps
:: : = : way .i4 Loudness. Stereo Balance if Plugin .3
ested are invited to particpate & ., *, ', r ... character alive in your drinks. Jacks for tope recorder and PHONE 37fr53
. The purpose of the clinic is il", ;: ;*.\.". '';{vt't... ..'. ., .. ":.". .. ,,.:"') They don't go flat. Or wash out. 1t for auxiliary speakers.
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books. Mrs. Scudder, who has :' ..\fj..;" '.( '" 'i. ''', J : ';4" =;l'. ,: pleasure is all yours. / '
long headed a group of mend- Your \'
Choice Of
ers at the Gainesville Public Library .. l > ; 'A\f\ r ; .
will instruct those pres- c,' ../ : ;, 0 ; {tj;; : .. ) '< : ,; .' Payment Plans

ent in the techniques of mend- l ... ":tl .;"' "c$.... 1
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