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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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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(AP-State Budget Director Harry G. Smith Vol. 88 No. 308GAINESVILLE FLORIDA TUESDAY JUNE 301964soup
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resigned today and the State Cabinet named Wallace Hendersonto ONE WEES' DELIVERED DAILY AND 4Se SUNDAY ,'It .

succeed him. 4

Smith, A 55-year-old native of Ocilla, Ga., served as budget
director since March 1953. Smith began working for the state in
'February 1933. ., :
H dsoSmith's assistant .... .
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17 Feared Dead
for the past seven years, had 1 1( ;1*." .," .. -.

11 years service with the budget What's : .; .
Commission.The -
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Cabinet appointed him .

to the $15,500-a year job upon Up? ; :
recommendation of Gov. Farris .
In Oil BlastSurvivors
Bryant resignation.Smith, who. announced Smith's Rig

who said the effective '
date of his resignation would be ) ,
July 1, said he planned to loaf I J
.
for a while and then go into Firemen raced to the icene -, .I

... private consulting work. for, the second time in two days :
Castro: Sister
The racial problem at St. Au this morning in the 400 blockof

gustine came before the Cabi- SE 2nd Ave., where the new
net in the form of official praise federal Burned In
building is under con-
by the Cabinet for the state em- struction. Flees to MexicoMEXICO
(See SMITH on Page

2)I About 8 a.m. today a weld- Gulf Mishap s

er's torch lit some tar paper ,1 iaidr F' tM a CITY (AP-Fidel Castro's sister Juanita has de- j
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MORGAN CITY La. AP
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t:. '44 covered insulation afire on the ( fected, charging that the Cuban prime minister betrayed his revolution f
'
roof of the four story structure :An explosion and fire roared
and sold out Cuba' to the Soviet Union. 4
that will house the new post of- through a floating'' oil rig in "The people of Cuba are nailed to a cross of torment imposedby

office. pre dawn darkness today, international communism," Juanita Castro Ruz said Monday
plunging the multi-million dol-
night in an emotion-charged statement to Mexican television
com-
Gainesville Fire Chief L. C. lar apparatus into the depths of
mentater Guillermo Vela.
Nicholson said the fire was ex- =i the Gulf of Mexico. At least
With tears in her and her voice
WtA1 eyes
tinguished in about 30 minutes, four persons were killed. i
breaking, the 41-year-old woman read a t r
with little damage. Yesterday, a Another 13 or more
persons : 'PrisonRinged '
six-page denouncement of the Cuban re-
small fire occurred in a crane missing.
Iii I- were gime headed by her brothers Fidel and f
outside the building.As Twenty-five survivors were Raul. }
,
brought to ,Lakewood Hospital
firemen fought today'sfire Miss Castro, one of seven Castro brothers -
here. Some were burned but a
unconcerned workmen and 'sisters, refused to how she J
con- hospital spokesman said all say By Waler'
came to Mexico from Cuba. Her sister
tinued on their jobs in other condition.The .
in satisfactory
were
.. Emma has lived in Mexico since her
parts of the building. '" dead were not, immedi- City
-, ,,'. marriage three years ago to a Mexican engineer.

"They had a lot of confi- ... ately identified.ferried the survi- Miss Castro said she had supported her brother's revolution
,' .< Helicopters
: dence in their fire deprtment,
.,.rpA vors to this coastal fishing town against dictator Fulgencie Batista by collecting money, arms
r assured Chief Nicholson. ... about 70 air miles west of New and medicine in Cuba and abroad. After his victory she dedicated g

SMITH Orleans. herself to building schools and hospitals, she said, but she soon i

The rig sank in 180 feet of realized Castro had abandoned the ideals of his revolution and ,
about 15 minutes after "we were being deceived." ,
water
,
DowntownDevelop Moon Rocket Test Typhoon the explosion and wind-whipped She said there are now 75,000 political prisoners in "Cuba and !
flames blanketed the vessel. the island is "an enormous prison'surrounded by water.

Some of the first survivors to Deteriorating conditions in' the last few months finally forced .
Pummels arrive at Lakewood Hospital her to flee, she said.

here were unconscious. Others She reported the Cuban people lack food, clothing and other
Is Partial Failureblasted were able to walk away from essentials and wonder, what happened to the $63 million in medi-

Meet Called Manila the rescue helicopters.At cines which Castro received in exchange for prisoners captured in

least 42 men were aboard the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion.
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) from Cape Ken-
away
Downtown landowners and MANILA, Philippines (AP- the twin-hulled rig, which was
Premature shut-down of the nedy at 9:04: a.m. and performed -
-
this
businessmen have been invitedto Typhoon Winnie paralyzed operating 78 miles southwest of
a downtown development second-stage engine prevented a flawlessly during the first- city of two million people to- Morgan City in the area knownas Post Office Plan

meeting on July 7 sponsored by high energy Atlas-Centaur space stage Atlas flight. day. At least seven persons Block 273 of Eugene Island. S .
the Gainesville Committee of rocket from hurling its second The second stage ignited on were reported drowned. Scores The 260-foot long rigactually -

stage into orbit today. schedule. It was to have burnedfor more were injured. a drilling ship-is owned by
100.Howard The failure could further delay 6 minutes 17 seconds but
Hall Is chairman of The storm's winds of up to 95 Reading & Bates of Morgan Praised ShelvedBy
development of Atlas Cen- radio data showed a shut-down the r
the Chamber of Commerce miles an'hour tore through City. It bad'moved to ex- ,
taur problem .child of U.S. after about 4 minutes. This prevented pop-
committee. site Monday.
plosion only
v ulous central Luzon Island before -
Purpose of the ,meeting is to .rocketry.The' the. 8,200-pound' stage 'dawn, demolished thou- Half the men on the rig, the JEAN CARVERSun %.
coordinate the central business rockef 1$being developedto from recrebing intended, orbital sarids'of'shanty' homes and left t C. P. Baker, were asleep when Staff Writer Additional City Commission -
district redevelopment effortsof .launch unmanned project speed of pfBOO miles an hour. Manila without light, the explosion occurred. about
landowners, businessmenand surveyor spacecraft to the moon Tracking instrumentS:indicated and power public trans- 3:30: a.m. Members' of the Gainesville stories on Page 13.
newspapers
governmental agencies. next year to make measure- the Centaur stage plungedinto portation. The first survivors td reach City Commission didn't make _.. ,-. .
Speakers include Planning ments and to scout possible as- the Atlantic Ocean several here said the on-duty crew hita any commitments on tlie'pro -
Director David Godschalk and tronaut landing areas. The fail- hundred miles west of the Cape Unofficial reports said seven shallow high pressure pocketof posed renovation of the Post Office renovation can be done for about

businessmen who have modern ure was the second in three Verdi Islands, which are off the persons drowned in swirling gas while drilling in the Gulf building-for a cultural center $78,000.No .

ized their downtown'stores.A test launchings for the vehicle. West African coast. flood waters in the Manila area. (See OIL RIG on Page 2)) last night, although they estimates have been
plan for using private capital But the National Aeronauticsand The second- stage insulation The communications blackout were enthusiastic In referringthe made about what price the Gen-
to revitalize downtown will Space' Administration panels, which had contributed to delayed word of casualties and proposal to comittee."It eral Services Administrationhas

be recommended by the Com claimed some measure of success most, of the program's delay, damage' in the provinces. Refrigerator sounds like a good, ideaIf put on the post office

mittee of 100. The program also for today's mission when worked today as planned, for Rains continued but winds we can hurdle the monetary building which will be vacatedin

Includes reports from financial two major objectives were the first time.Another had subsided by late Tuesday Story With obstacle, budgetwise," Mayor October when the new Fed

institutions, tax specialists and achieved. goal was achieved morning as Winnie moved over Howard McKinney noted. eral Building opens.

building construction represent. These were ejection of second- when the boost pumps of the the South China Sea toward the Happy Ending The commission was asked to

atives. stage insulation panels and the second-stage engines were restarted China mainland. pass a resolution endorsing the

The meeting will be held in restart of the Centaur-Space en- for ,50 seconds after the The Weather Bureau said the PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (AP) plan by the Gainesville Fine Speakei'Named

the Courthouse east courtroomat gine boost pump. Centaur stage had burned out. eye of the storm passed directlyover -Thomas. Miller, a', city em- Arts Assn.'

8 p.m. on Tuesday. The 112-foot tall Atlas Centaur They were restarted by a tim- Manila.- The winds tore off ploye, was enjoying a,day, off at In action related but not com-

.-. ing device aboard the rockets. roofing, knocked down stone home Monday when a woman mitted to the post office reno- For
There was no immediate in- and brick walls-and uprooted knocked on his front door., vation the commission agreedto

Premier rAdoula dication what caused the early huge trees.Hundreds. "Your little girl is standing have a committee study the

shut-down. of cars and buses up on that old refrigerator by proposed formation of a fine July 4 FeteHouse

Because of the test nature of were stalled in flooded streets. your garage," the stranger told arts and historical board, similar -

the flights, no scientific 'payload Telephone poles were knocked him. "That could be very dan- .to the library and recreation, Speaker Mallory

Resigns: in CongoLEOPOLDVILLE was aboard the 8,200-pound down and news services gerous, you know." boards. Home Tallahassee, will be the
package intended to go into or- blacked out. Radio stations Miller thanked her and ran to Commissioner James Rich- 'speaker for Gainesville's third

bit. The trial had been post- '.. .were silenced when their trans- the garage.He ardson suggested the new board annual "old fashioned" Fourthof

the Congo reconcile 'wJth all leaders ex- poned four times because of \mitting towers were blown found his 2-year-old daughter to work for the establishmentand July celebration Saturday .

(AP-Premier) Cyrille Adoula cept Joseph Ngalmula, who sup- various technical troubles. down. Kelly, playing on top'of the operation of a cultural cen- evening.

resigned today as the Congo planted him in South Kasai. The flight plan was similar to Manila International Airport's airtight, wooden ice box. .As he ter.He A project. of the Gainesville

marked the fourth anniversaryof Tshombe said'he also has the second Atlas-Centaur flight, control tower was unusable, lifted the child to the ground, said he felt the fine arts Kiwanis Club, this year's cele-
its independence and the last which was successfully executed grounding all international and he heard a muffled cry from inside group has proposed an "ex bration is again scheduled for
U.N. troops left the country. been promised support by An- last Nov. 27. The first rocketin domestic flights.'Fcrris the refrigerator. tremely] fine idea for the com- the Univeristy of Florida's florida -
dre Lubaya, former provincial the series exploded May 8- munity, the only problem is one
Miller yanked up the lid and Field and begins at 7:30
Kasavubu of Kasai. "
President Joseph president Lubaya was of dollars.
Wheel found his two other daughters,
announced he had a c cep tedAdoula's sent across the Congo River 1962.Because "Mrs. Jean Mitchell and Mrs. p.m.Master
of numerous development 5 and Kim, 7 huddled
resignation. He saida from Brazzaville by exiled ex- Karen, Glen Hass presented the cultural of ceremonies for the
and management prob Kills together, their faces contorted, 1964 program will be Pierre Be-
new government would be tremists politicians who call lems the Plunge center proposal for the asso-
Atlas-Centaur'j'pro-[ for breath. jano.
formed In a few days. themselves the "National Liber- gasping ciation, noting the community'speed Providing patriotic music
There was widespread expectation ation Committee" and have been hind gram schedule.is more than a Yj\be-; Tot Hurts The girls recovered their for facilities for art and for the affair will be the 22-
breath and were pronounced in piece Jacksonville Naval Air
that the new government trying to overthrow the Leopoldville would seriously ] ,cultural activities.
Station Band under
the
later the f
condition direction
would be headed by Moise regime of Premier Cyrille plans to gather data about HUNTINGTON N.Y. (AP)- good by am- "There is a real hunger here of Chief David A. Blair. -
Tshombe, the secessionist whose Adoula. moon conditions in advance of A ferris wheel accident has ily physician. for the opportunity to see paintings

defiance of Adoula's governmentwas manned lunar landings SChed- taken the life of a ,2-year-old and work in (art) classes," Capping off the program this
ended by the U.N. Congo Tshombe said Lubaya told him uled late in this decade. Mrs. Mitchell, a former art professor year again will be a display of
girl.The
force early in 1963. the Brazzaville ommittee was Next after three more child, Deborah Shaw, WHERETO at the University of Florida fireworks, handled by Lt.
"prepared to back all. my actions year Courtnay Roberts Gainesville
Tshombe returned last week test flights AtlasCeritaur'rockets died Monday nearly 24 hours explained.Mrs. ,
from self-imposed exile in without" putting forward are to begin propelling after: plunging! feet to asphalt Hass said that In previous Police Department.

Europe and embarked on a reconciliation conditions. Project Surveyor spacecraft to pavement. Her parents.Mr FIND IT shows sponsored by theassociation Kiwanis chairmen for this

mission to bring together If Tshombe succeeds in his land on the moon's surface,, dig 'and 'Mrs. Robert Shaw of there have been 75 year's celebration are Joe
the still turbulent Africancountry's of lunar landscapeand Commack N.Y., who fell into Comics . . .11 exhibiting artists, indicatingthe Richardson and Frank Watson.
peace-making role, he is givena up samples
feuding politicians.The astronaut another seat on the wheel, were Classified 29-31 local interest by area art- The program began three years
scout ,
good chance to succeed Adoula possible
Entertainment 29
.
in serious condition. as a focal for
ago point
former president of Katanga whose regime had been doomedby landing areas.. f ists.Mrs.
C Opinion Page 4
Police said the Shaws' seat Mitchell explained that the local observance of Inde-
Province announced Mon- his failure to stem the Later the rocket is to
rising carry Sports . :_ 25-28
apparently tipped over when it estimates by a local contractor pendence Day and to provide a
day night that Antoine Gizenga, tide of tribal war and rebellionin probes headed for Mars'fand jammed and did not swing Women's . .: 6 'and architect (Ray Tassina- safe way of celebrating the
of Stanleyville's 1961
head breaka- the eastern and southwest Venus. freely. ri and Dan Branch) show the traditional holiday.
Communistsupported Congo.A .
way government, will be freed "
from the Island prison national referendum is under -

soon years.With where. he has been held for 2tt that way probably on a will new result constitution in"anew ; !.: \ Slave Market 'Victory' March : I


Gizenga's return, all surviving central government.
political leaders at the The U.N. ended its militaryrole -


outset of the Congo's independence in the former Belgian colony ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) They echoed to .jeers and epithets as preach .a message of white su-

will.be'' back In the political today for lack of money. got into the water on the white the Negroes and their helmeted' pfemacy and promise that come

arena.' There,were no parades 'or cere- beach and marched completely ,Negroes Jubilant guard of state troopers marched: ..the! 4th of July they would pee

Gizenga claimed to be Patrice monies to mark either the departure around the Old Slave Market, around. "hundreds of men marching

Lumumba's successor when he of the ILN. troops or and the'Negroes of St.' Augustine Over; Police' Protection The segregationists weir silent through the streets of St. Augustine -
his regime in the north- the independence' anniversary: felt they'scored a victory. now and talked mostly of in' the glorious regalia of
set up Lumumba the The victory ,was'u neither"that, ___. what a shame It had been that the Knights of the Ku Klux
after A
Canadian air
force
Congo
east n
transporttook they had gotten wet.norlhat, the troopers had protected the Klan."
Congo's first premier was murdered off with 58 members of a they bad walked -1mh Ded.* alley sang and clapped Young body," and chorus after rythmle 'Negroes. Lynch had Tefused to say

in Katanga. Canadian'army signal unit. A Their victory was':amply*that. Negroes marched Also back in the picture is AlBert few minutes later a chartered; they had received police protection line around the church Old Negro III be buried in my grave and shouted during the march. "I he said in an'interview t that be v

Kalonji" self-styled god-em DC6 left with 85 men of the Nigerian -: for,their.dononstratioa i.j ,women .satin, ,"the pews and go; home to myLord and,be guess'you police are,'real proudof would consider-. t an ;boboiifi -
Province
Kasai
peror of South army's 1st Battalion. This time dogs snarls at jeer. kept time with paper fans. Up Free." yourselves!" people assumed.he was.lkl6ndayv Nnight

who came out of exile the day The last man aboard was the lag white people, not Negroes front, Hosea Williams, who led A quarter :of 'a:mile away, 'Before the march began several he wore a", e5\ Spade fcfXV'Confederate .

after Tshombe returned to the U.N. force's last commander, and Monday sight back at Trinity .the;;march, now led the triumphant white segregationists still lingered .; hundred segregationists flag,..the-star:,studded V
CeBIO. Maj. ,Gen. J. Aguiyi-Ironsl oJ Methodis Cfaurcb the,dlaa- singing. on the grass of the centu- gathered around the pavilion to bars crossing'diagonaDy in
4 Kak aJ1I11d he was willing to Nigeria onstraters IrtrrJubilant.: :They sang "We Love-Every- ries old plaza which earlier had bear The ,Rev. Connie Lunch franc '
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"Gcd IYiuej uts Tuesday June 30 1964:

'< w tier ,Roundup :Name KingIn More About Melon Civitans Zindber, Choral Union a



'-"''.....-. .... .,..;, ,. Minors: SmithFrom Report Told Member Featured VF Concert I i

h -- ; Total i
T74 Page 1 THOMASVILLE, GA. The RisingOutgoing The University of, Florida phen Foster, ,Santa Ana's Re-

:;;.;..'::; ,..... ........\ Charge ployes. working there, to main- watermelon market in South!I Civitans President Summer Choral Union will be treat from Buena Vista; a

IwGY+4 \ ...... tain order. Georgia and North and Central Robert Hancock told the club featured with the Gator Summer medley of songs from the pen
-
YOKES -. C \1. ST.The AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) Civil rights demonstrations in Florida points yesterday 'was:.yesterday at the, Holiday Inn Band in the twilight con- of George M. Cohan entitled
A Partly tJOUdy"fhrglpI Wednes racial controversy in St. the ancient city have resulted in slightly weaker, with, demand that membership' increased cert Wednesday at 6:45: pjn., Star Spangled Spectacular; and
day, scattered *jmportanf sHowef arxJTthumjer temperature t '!!woe- Augustine, took a new turn whena repeated violence, forcing the good, the Federal-State Mar-I.from 27 to 40 during the last on the Plaza of the Americas.The standard military marches.The .
X juvenile
change.sLow tonlflOIJQ) 1O6..ttah.wed-' a counselor charged governor to send 230 state law ket News Service reported.
year. Choral Union concert is to the
IleSday \ & other leaders of the integration directed open
,
BC E'F'H :.-Partly: *, doudy- \ t a alrA movement' with contributing to enforcement officers to St. Au- Indications were .that volumeis He said the club spent $6- by Guy Webb, will sing two public without admission'
through : : ,: w'F: : gustine to prevent violence and
WednesdayScat- < : numbers with band charge.
"E the delinquency minors. tapering off in the Gaines- 880.26 during the year, more accompa
tered show ers, ,,"" 'In1"'f''Y''t'4'; ., X keep peace. than half for niment. Canticle to Peace is a
Warrants i charitable
T .s g JLC d by ,FredBrinkhoff ville area where the shipping pur-
Gen. James said
ernoon and ,early 'even1n-g':: h.. %T .,w Monday.named King; Atty. 'Kynes season has been prolonged by poses. The club is active in setting of the John Greenleaf 12 Slain
hours. Lo w'..,."Jonight>, 'in, Jow;,". -' .\.' t Dr. R. B. Hayling, a Negro dentist cial members of the force Governor's spe- replantings of melons that were youth activities and contributes Whittier poem, with music by Boy, ,
I police performedtheir
70s, high Wednesday.:.to; 4i. 1 ; the Rev.John Gibson, and killed by a late frost last to the exceptional child pro- Lloyd Pfautsch. The Gilbert
the call of
95. Easterly: '!'*to0"15 'mile-*,... J.J3. Jackson. duty beyond spring. I gram at Sidney Lanier school. and Sullivan Festival presentsfive As TrespasserBOYLSTON
routine sacri
at
great personal '
winds. C" a .The,:four 'were charged with favorite melodies from the
James H. Bockler
"
D Part hCloudy"_with .1: : FOB prices hundred- acceptedthe Mass. CAP) -
icatlered i per ,
using minors who wards of fice.Kynes Pinafore The MI-
showers through.doasday-.Lowto., .. weiw were said his office would gavel from Hancock as new light opera ,
weight for Charleston Gra ,
night middle 70svl i9h Wednsday-.M the y s The 12-'ear ld pitcher of a Lit.
Juvenil: court integration kado, and Iolanthe, and displays -
to 2. file president.
EasterlyilO t 20 mil* Minds.C ( more felony charges against Garrisonians and Can-
Congos,
i J K Farlly.tloudy"Mrough '. ""frfc8** [marches 'through the.'city. the solo voices of David tle League baseball team was
at St. for
people Augustine attacking -
Wednesday. Few brief showers 'most -
", 0 U.S. nonballs ,this morning: 16 Ibs.
likely during late 'nigh and early DiskJudge Bryan Simpson Gorson, tenor; and Sandra
members of the shot to death trespassing on
morning hours.' Low tonight 75"t.'III, in Jacksonville, specialpolice' and under, $1.50; 17-23 lbs., Boys' Club I
GAINESVILLE WEATHER was readyto 1 Smith, soprano; as well as the
high
Wednesdayto ,
Easterly force. He said charges
elderly ,man's property,
$1.75 few at $1.50 24-26 Ibs., an police
to U mile winds." :rule today in a suit by inte- ; full chorus.
TEMPERATURES. ELSEWHERE Municipal 'Airport readingsfor would be filed against 8-12 peo said today.
grationists'to overturn, $1.75 to $2; 28-30 lbs., $2, few Sets Carnival
a
Nigh Law Preclp. 24 hours to 8 a.m._today: gover- ple. He did not go into detail. Peter Zinober, euphonium
H L. Prep. nor's_,ban ,on night marches. higher. Richard Beauregard was
,High 89 at 12'noon low 75 at : I
JacksonvilleMiami e6 74 M The Cabinet approved releasing ist, will also be featured, playing -
Tampa .1d0 .42 71 5, 6 ajn. Rain .08.inches. Among' the' issues_before Simpson $7,500 from an emergency Florida shipments yesterday: Independence Day celebrationwill the solo by Herbert'Clarke killed Monday when hit in the
New .. *7 44 was a charge of contempt account for the attorney gen- Truck, 356; rail, 6. start early this week at the entitled Stars in neck with a slug from a 30-30
a
Velvety Sky.
Boston Orleans 77 14 72 1.5J Sunset today' .ALMANAC..... ...... 7:34 p.m. action against Gov: Farris Bryant eral's office for expenses incurred Boys' Club, with a Penny Carnival rifle.
New York 8M Sunrise tomorrow ;..r.. ... 5:32 jn. resulting from his executive Georgia shipments yesterday: As the overture of the eve-
Wednesday at 1:30
ton ......1....... in the St. Augustine troub- p.m. Carl Anderson, 67, a retired
WashingtonChicago 96 71 70 Moonrise Last Quarter tonight.................11.42.. July p.m.2 [order in the face of an earlier les. Specific of the Truck, 290; rail, 4. Contest booths will be set up in ning, band conductor Richard I
use money merchant seaman charged
was
Denver Kansas City 15'7,, 51 61 Venus little before the brightest sunrise. Now planet about, rises 28V a* federal ruling revoking a police!was not designated. Florida shipments to date: the gym and will include dart W. Bowles has chosen RalphiHermann's with murder. ,
Ft. Worth '4 72 million miles away' Venus will be a I.ban on night demonstrations. I Last week, the Cabinet assur- Truck, 20,832; rail, 2150. games, ring toss, milk bottle, North Sea Overture,
Los Angeles S2 50 morning star for the next 7 months.
Seattle' 71. 51. MARINE FORECAST The integrationists claimed ed state, agencies ping pong, ball toss, and many which pictures musically the Police said seven boys includ-
q EAST GULF; Variable mostly easterly progress in their battle againstrace emergency other games. ,restless movement of the sea ing Richard and his twin brother
CEDAR KEY TIDES winds 5 to 15 knots through funds would be released if their
I Wednesday High at ':25 em. end Wednesday. Scattered showers afternoon discrimination Monday insufficientto At Vienna's Spanish Riding The charge for playing ir a :in calm and storm. Robert, were on Anderson's
S 37 appropriations were
PLow at 12:03 p.m. and evening.
; when the state put into effect pay for the additional expenses -School old Lippizaner stallions penny each time. The center of I Other selections include the property near the victim's home.
$ new and tougher measures to of maintaining their teach fledgling riders. Veteran attraction will be the dunking Suite of Old American Dances, Anderson had complained to police -

control violence. share of the special police forceat instructors school the young machine. Prizes will be awarded by Robert Russell Bennett; a recently about boys trespassing -

Ii, Hunt 12 Fliers. month-long For the series first of time demonstra in the St. Augustine. horses. to winners in all contests. little known filing tune by Ste on his land, they said. .J

tions officers
pushed aside an-
After Collision gry white segregationists to al-

) low demonstrate.The integrationists. freedom to TOMORROW ONLY


HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP-) Force .photographers in small whites integrationists them a few
I U.S. boats and planes 'were boats below were shooting apararescue among rompedin
the surf at St. Augustine
4 searching off Bermuda's south training film. A
beach, protected by more than I Ii
coast today for 12 American air- Gemini capsule was in the Water .[200 officers. '

men missing .after the collisionof below, and ,the planes were Officers stood shoulder to

two Air Force planes duringa dropping meA to simulate its re, shoulder in,City Square Monday

space training mission. covery.A night to provide) a protective !
The planes plunged, into the spokesman at Kindley Air corridor for .integrationists engaged !
Atlantic Monday parachuting Force Base, four miles from the in the customary night 1 fTTT3FT11You

airmen were'running a,tesf rescue scene, said there were ''indica- march to the old slave market.As .

operation.for 'the,two-man cations all ,seven surVivors had ,usual, there was a shout- A

Gemini space: project. I jumped before the crashes part ing taunting crowd of whites ,

There were 24 men in'the two of. the scheduled test-rescue op- waiting in the square, but no

planes. Seven "were. J'escued.1Five eration., violence. Previously, officers '
bodies had' beenrecovered, 'The planes were flying at stood by until trouble started. don't need eash at

Monday night.. about 1,500 ,feet on the same
The survivors were .reportedin course when they touched, a I Charge It!
Fields Just.
good condition.. witness said. ; CapitalNews I J. M. ,

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12 men, brushed wings as Air peller-driven plane. E "
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: turbed by publication of la major I The stories in the News contained two;busy months of travelingand \\f : b
[ item of evidence in its investigation 'quotations from the.,Os ,speechmaking, President t1

of Presjdeg jJphjcE, .Ken wald*diary.which-expressed"the JtrfpsoaisCexpectedT.fo: spend t m
Giant Size i f
assateiMtion wrath of the Marxist ex-Marine most f the
nedy's :tjw Warren rt> : July :at White
Commission"asked a at having been denied Soviet House. Breck HAIR SPRAY iI : =
full FBI investigation of how citizenship. Rankin said the There are no ,travel plans on
( parts of Lee:.Harvey, ,Oswald's commission was seriously concerned his announced schedule for the 1.57 :
diary got intQprlnt.: : over the breach of secrecy month, and aidessaid'only two : .

It wants tQflnd W-how: the on materials under its con- pr three out-of-town engagements 2.50 List Price .. 1 1'a
diary of the::sharpshooter 'accused trol, partly because of fear thata are being discussed. The Regular and hard to hold. tY =

of assassinating,Kennedy piecemeal disclosure of the President may make a brief B
in Dallas last' November ""was evidfencemight be misleading to trip to his Texas ranch for the li, t wi ,waaim. "....
obtained and' whom it was ob- the public., July 4 weekend. :Jl r

tained from" 'before 'it was One factor: that may be influ- ffff !
I BACKYAflAll D "GYM
quoted over' 'the weekend in More About encing the President's travel 1r

copyright stories in the Dallas plans is the Republican National :. .
Morning News. Convention, which opens in the fun of a big playgroundtheir -right tan.,

The probe was' announced Oil RigFrom San Francisco July 13 and will rr 0 own yard-where you can keep>watch! I

Monday night by".1 1.:Lee Rankin,, likely,dominate.the news for at r Big 6-foot slide that's a full 13 inch es wide $ .

chief counsel of the"presidential Pa<*e ] least one week.- Associates say 1I Plus 2 swings Airglide, gym rings,trapezeenamel:j 15 _
commission headed by' Chief: it is .only a ,coincidence that steel
Heavy red yellow
;
Justice Earl Warren. Rankin of Mexico at 640 feet. The gas Johnson has no speaking dates green a '

hinted strongly that the com- began seeping up into the rig. during this period.WASHINGTON finish II I
mission suspects the journal of "The floor began to buckle .

Oswald's two years in the Soviet and we knew it was time to get (AP) Pres- : :
': Union got into print through off," said one survivor. ident Johnson's signature has
t the Dallas police department. Some had gotten on the Delta put the temporary national debt .

i Rankin also told reporters Service, a workboat alongside, limit at' $324 billion .- until a '. I
that the commission's report- when sparks on the rig touchedoff year from today.If'Johnson .1
which the investigators had the 'explosion.Those had not signed the '. .

hoped to have ready for Presi- on board were trapped bill Monday, the limit would .
dent Johnson by todaywouldnot momentarily by flames. Wind have dropped automatically to .
be issued until after July 18 whipped the flames away from the old temporary limit of $309 A .
: at the earliest. one side of the rig and some of billion today and to its permanent x e .4." .
y Following Rankin's announce- the men were able to jump into limit of $285 billion at mid- .
ment of the probe, Jack B. the' water. night tonight IUo1WI-
Kreuger, managing editor of the "It stood up on its end and ;
Ii The actual federal debt now
Dallas Morning News, said: down she went," said another stands at $312 billion.WASHINGTON .
"The Warren Commission has survivor, describing how the : .

every right to make this requestof drilling rig sank in more than (AP) Total .
the FBI. The FBI has a rightto 100 feet of water.A federal STURDY ALUMINUM e
employment dropped
ask us what it will under the spokesman for Reading & S REDWOOD PICNIC
proper conditions. Bates here said the C. P. Baker, 3,555 in May compared with LAWN CHAIRS Cut fir Trim Lawn Fast-Rotary =
April, a Senate-House committee TABLE BENCH
"There are other rights In- built last year, cost about $6 reported today. LAWN MOWER
volved. The American people million. He said the firm, has .
have a right to know, particularly four other rigs operating in the = 2.77Adjustable 4.84Weather .

any facet of an assassination Gulf. JSchoolAccreditation 34.87 =
of a president of the The crew slept aboard the rig, Folding California redwood.

United States. The American with each shift having separate Chaise . .. . .' 5.97 21" high.resistant 35" long 35" wide. Pretty Save 20% on this 20" 3"horse power .
press, large and small, has an quarters. The men have 12-hour Folding Rocker Pincor ONE DAY ONLY
...... . 4.97 and practical. mower. .
) obligation to tell them. This obligation tours. Is RenewedThe -
and right is enunciatedin Louisiana's coastal waters are .

the First Amendment to the I dotted with oil rigs and offshore University of Florida today a .

Constitution. 'drilling platforms. received word of renewed Buy wardrobe of themMen JT .
"The Dallas News Is going to I Some of the wells are drilled accreditation for its School of Cool crisp..LadiesCOTTON Ht-Fasbion Misse? .
report every piece of importantnews :from stationary platforms built Journalism and Communications. = SWIMSUITS &
to. its readers to the limit :on the floor of ".. Gulf Othersare .
brought in by floating rigs, The American Council on Ed- = S. S. SPORT SHIRTS BLOUSES SWIMSUITS E Er
Gainesville Sun like the C. P. Baker. ucation
for
I Journalism approved i
Published evenings except again the University's 'Ad I
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Saturday and Sunday mom DairymanGets vertising, news-editorial and
ings by the Gainesville Pub- PhD general radio and television S-C 4FOl5 $5 !
lishing Company at 101 SE DegreeDr. =
2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida course sequences, according to .
and entered os second class Barney Harris Jr., as Baskett Mosse, executive secre- 0 r
matter at the Post Office ct sistant dairyman, Florida Agricultural -tary of the accrediting commit-. Outstanding value! This Season's best-seller Breeze-coot sleeveless faltered style In a The styles you've seen In the chic Fashion r

Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION : Extension Service has tee.The swim trunks in cottons & stretch! Short-sleeve variety of fast-dry cottons All the Summer magazines! One end 2.plec., blousons, boy r
RATB tYCARftllR received his PhD from Oklahoma committee evaluates cotton sport shlrtsl Save pastels big size range! legs-morel In knits and kneW Save .
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1 Week .45 State University. His ma- journalism schools over the .
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approves or withholds accredita
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be paid In advance. completed QUALITY ttsle eni,sue
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Member of ,Audit.' Bureau of requirements for the PhD de- also announced the I GAINESVILLE Acres of Fret ; rki"I' CHARGE, a rL 4'' 'q'h* |ur fltt'4 AINAT* jt

Orculotion gree just before coming to Florida election of Rae 0. Weimer, director I ::: ;-- DISCOUNTS that m'I'tbtntClSh,
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All material contained herein It as assistant Extension of the School of Journalism U. .
the property.CtmpMy el In* (CatneavfltoPuUbhina O 1M4" dairyman in October, 1963. The and Communications at the
Reproduction" ". ki whole. or 'toIs part official awarding of the degree University of Florida to alter

n (JCrr was.deferred until the-next rtg- nate membership on the ac- ,', .,' "
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IT'S HUMAN AND CONFUSING -. j




itttsuilk ittn-' ; CONSCIENCE OF f Making Foreign Policy




THESOUTH w And inside the State Department the work of the coon
C 2ff m'fork Ftmro( dinators themselves is supposed to be structured neatly be- .

,, By MAX FRANKEL neath the secretary.
JOHN R. HARRISON PresMentPvMlsltcri ewe
... .. PAT COWLIS VkO4ntj Pre, WASHINGTON Out of the State Department last week Aid In
v' THIS STRUCTURE is duplicated in the Foreign ,
.< JOHNSON Vke President there came a secret, a phone call a book and a murmurof
,Beautiful r 'M litcvtive Eerier. W. O. elut. complaint little symptoms of a big problem: The formation and Central Intelligence agencies, in smaller ver-
University City' ,, EBERSOLE VICI FresWtflt .M A*, By RALPH McGILL unordered process by which United States foreign policy is sions at the Pentagon and some other departments and, in
vertistofl" DIracteri 101 TARTAttLIONf. F.IiUtr Prfa Wtamtaj FikUskerOl most compact form, on the President's personal staff. Many f
Vice PresMent. m* Circvietleii. M........ Ik* AlUaU, (Ga.) ceeruteuee determined.The .
secret, plucked out of the Washington air by a colum of these separate bureaucracies have their representativesat
-" THE SUN'S'POLICY State Dean Rusk many of the 274 U. S. embassies missions and offices
of
the
., A nist, was that Secretary was un-
"n Boon abroad.
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mentioned author of unwritten talk at unmentioned
Report"tht dews In the news columns. an an
1. fully and Impartially ,
luncheon which made headlines around the world about The State Department in terms of telegraphic traffic alone,
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but enly In- tor'ala.' press
3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. the possibility of war in Southeast Asia. It was a accounts for a daily flow of 1,500 incoming and 1,500 out-
familiar but still startling way for the government to communicate going cables .carrying more than 400,000 words. Secretaryof

.. ...L The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 :,. : Not ATyranny some of its most carefully weighed words to a State Dean Rusk receives only a handful of these, but

.. w Wont Ads-. 376-4672 :: ',: potential enemy. he was told much of the story of political. managementin
this simple illustrations:

a THE PHONE CALL, by a high official to a newspaper, "Wbsn I read a telegram coming in in the morning, it t

Upholding Individual Rights sought some information originally obtained from the of- poses a very specific question, and the moment I read it s
-t ficial's own subordinates. It was a vivid demonstration of I know what the answer must be. But that telegram goeson

Three recent decisions of the always has been made by those who how government does not dare' to rely upon its own resources its appointed course into the bureau, and through the '
office and down to the desk. If it doesn't down there,
.. decisions of the court from and how its different layers often communicate through the go
United States Supreme Court ,have oppose A rural legislator, angry be most unorthodox channels.The somebody feels that be is being deprived of his participation -
John Marshall's day down to the cause of the U. S. in a matter of his responsibility."Then .
shocked those who believe the court Supreme book, by the admInIstration's'princIpal policy planner
present. Since members of the court Court order for reapportionment Walt W. Rostow was meant to satisfy the public clamorfor it goes from the action officer back up through the

.. should confine itself to strict legal l are appointed.for life, it is said the attacked the court as concise definition of American foreign policy. But manyof department to me a week or 10 days later and if it isn't

interpretation of ,the Constitution court can improve its ideas on the being composed of nine tyrants his colleagues found it so general as to be almost irrelevant the answer that I knew had to be the answer, then I
who reminded others cited change it at that point having taken into account the advice a
and avoid decisions on moral and nation without checks or balances. him, to their daily tasks while, great dispute ,
somehow, of Hitler. within the government even abouUhe generalities.And that came from below. But u"uslly it is the answer that
social questions. The uproad may be- the murmur of complaint was about the assign- everybody would know has to be the answer." ti

'. come almost as loud as that follow This is' not accurate. The court's The legislator comes froma ment of Deputy Under Secretary U. Alexis Johnson to South When the government must deal with the routine visit of

= ing the famous 1954 decision hold decision can be over-ruled by later county where one vote is Viet Nam, depriving the State Department of its firmestfoe a foreign dignitary or instruct an ambassador to deliver a I

::: ing racial segregation in public courts 'or by constitutional amend- much worth as roughly'one vote 30 in his times state's as of administrative chaos and principal link to the militaryand routine message, this sytem functions reasonably well. \

: schools unconstitutional. The court ment. The current court over-ruled most populous county. The tyranny intelligence agencies that can row with, or against the BUT AT THE FIRST SIGN of trouble, precisely because i

: held that: a whole series of earlier decisions of this inequity had established policy course.SIMULTANEOUSLY foreign policy cannot be planned or codified for even predict-
able the fuses and the normal flow of bu- i
w not troubled the legis- contingencies, pop
that the Fifth Amendment not angry
.. did out of Congress last week, there l
reaucratic is disrupted. No two emergencies or
lator. He liked it that energy
: 1.' Representation in state legisla- apply to state courts. It also upset way came the latest of a series of serious studies of the management crises handled in the
and wished to it. are ever same way.
perpetuate .
.. be based on districts sub- the 1896 court's ruling that "sepa- of national security operations. It found that an American
tures must So wishing, he damned the Even when the expected happens, officials all over town
ambassador abroad like the of state at home
stantially) equal, in number' of people. rate but equal" treatment of Negroes court's determination to up- secretary from their separate perspectives, will weigh American power -
not the' master of his organization nor as in-
was really ,
to both hold the Bill of and interests against reactions near and far. They may
+ The court said this applies satisfied the equality 'requirements Rights and to tended, of the many arms of government that wittingly and
: houses. It declared that the "federal of the Constitution. The guarantee, each citizen equal otherwise'make" foreign policy. .. 'then act on the predetermined aspirations, but they will be
and guided by a momentary set of priorities, pressures and
.. system", in which one house represents court once outlawed the income tax, representation the law protectionof His But the report of the Senate subcommittee, headed by Sen. preferences.Even .
and the bY'the Sixteenth as tyranny. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., was careful to point out that
equally and this
population was over-ruled .
advantage of 30 to 1 somehow was'chronic in its most imaginative acts, government reacts.
disorder and common to all recent admin-
other "area" or government. jinits Amendment. .had come, to be something Decisions to act, or not to act, are forced upon it by events
istrations. The trouble, it found, begins at the very top
.. (the states), cannot be applied to which the 'Founding Fathers because 'a president needs flexibility, that is freedom to and schedules, by the need to compose a budget, make a
had established, and which speech, answer a diplomatic note, recognize a new govern- i
state legislatures. But there is, no doubt that the' improvise, while officialdom needs stability, assurance of
tyrants were changing.The ment, respond to a threat or resist an attack.It JI
court has great power, and the Warren regularity.And .- .
is impossible, therefore, to speak of foreign policy as a I
.. 2. The U. S. Constitution's Fifth .court has used this power broad- voters jn ,cities,-. where out of the White House last week there came a fair single will or purpose, or even as a series of fixed and J
'amount evidence of'president's customary style of
Amendment guarantee against self- in defense of individual liberties. It the really urgent problemsare op- indentifiable, objectives. There are aspirations and there are I
erations: tough and personal conversation about Cyprus with
because cities are where
,to, state aswell actions intents and events and thousands of decisions and (
incrimination applies has not hesitated to overthrow precedent ,
most of the people are, will the urgently summoned leaders of Turkey and Greece; sanctionfor
: federal legal ,proceedings, and to take action in behalfof non-decisions the account of any ope of which would be a ,
as not think the court is tyrannical. the attorney general to move into the sensitive capitalsof
unto itself.
: and neither state nor federal government individual rights when the political There are rural counties West Germany and Poland; a cagey minuet with a prom- history \

an individual's where one vote is worth more inent Republican' resigning as ambassador to South Viet
can use process was not getting the job
.. which has been compelled than 600 times as much as a Nam; some guarded public dialogue with the Chinese Com- = ON THE RIGHT
testimony done. _
city vote insofar as represent- munists; a desalination agreement with Moscow after some I
by the other in return for :a secret with Premier Khrushchev.NO .
ation is concerned. This disparity more correspondence
grant of immunity. The .historic The Fourteenth Amendment ranges down to 30 Who Owns Ft1

guarantee of the English Common states that "no state shall make or times as much in the county ONE REGARDS a president's maneuvering as improper -

Law preventing government from enforce any' law which shall abridgethe where the legislator felt only or unwise. Some of it is planned. Some is highly personal. -
a tyrant would even up vot- The point is that'the mechanics of government, the dis-
.. prosecuting a person on the ,basis privileges or immunities of citizens ing parity, and to two or tribution of power, the pressure felt at different points, and The ?

of his 'own forced 'testimony thus,, ;of'' the United States ." three times the value of a the great influence of individual personality and talent ren- Body .4

: for the first time, clearly'applies city vote in others. der almost meaningless the oft-heard question, "How is

.. the whole United States in all legal This is the foundation for the decision Here we have an exampleof foreign policy made?" By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. ..,
of officials and observers
local failure. The testimony thoughtful suggeststhat I'
actions. that the Fifth Amendment
.. foreign policy is not really made at all, only managed,
The lady is a member of might that the odds
reason
applies to. state legal proceedings, ,
,. THE,LEGISLATURES have on an ad hoc basis at best. It is buffeted by the colliding
: 3. A local government must'raiseL though the Fifth originally was insisted ,persisted in maintaining an visions, gripes, talents, fights, fears, errors, powers and pres- Jehovah's Witnesses, and being tion in favor of the opera- i
have
eo the taxes and provide for its citizens upon by the; states as pro- inequity in representationwhich sures of hundreds of people and dozens of institutions, of don't let that put you off: mit, to you it? Does a duty the to state sub-

public schools available to all. This tection for their citizens against the!! was at once unconstitutional politicians and scholars,' businessmen and newspaper men, her religion, however unusual have the right to snatch u .i 7
Pan
was the ruling .thaJJ;rjnc .,Edwarji .....powerful ,central government. The and unconscionable.Their foreign and domestic. you may find it, the reason- alcoholic who is neglect- :
that led to her
failure to act Even less secure is an official's claim to status or influence ing acceptanceof
County, Virginia, could: fccT longer same philosophy lies behind the de- court to do so.compelledthe The Bill according- the neat boxes of Washington's organization it, is okay by us, says the ing his liver and stow him

circumvent the 1954 school decision cision that a county or a ,state cannot of Rights and the amend- charts. First Amendment quite rightly away in an asylum? I war- #
; rant there not doc-
by not running a public school system. deny some of its citizens the ments to the Constitution lay By these charts, foreign policy is determined by the provided her religion are many 1
tors who that
President with the occasional advice and financial support doesn't call upon her to shoot agree Lyndon
stresses the
right to equality in public schools. major on rightsof Johnson's regimen is that
the individual citizen, in- of the Congress and with the more regular counsel of key you, or anathematize me, one
Nor state give weightto leads to
can a more longevity might
: of Cabinet members, notably the secretary of state. or otherwise swing her fist
These decisions probably will l lead one class of voters than to another the cluding law and equal equal protection representation. The secretary, his deputies and the ambassadors overseasare past the point where our they some day, by a fugitive

to a renewal of the movement for in its own government. To do It hardly seems fair supposed to be, in their separate realms, the overseers noses begin. The lady is extrapolation of the logic of.

restrictions: on the power of the otherwise is to deny equal protec- and assuredly it is not reasonable and coordinators of the work of all other interested agen- pregnant, and was told by the pregnant him lady's court, instruct

court. Constitutional amendmentshave tion of the law to all citizens.In -to accuse the nine cies, especially those dealing with military affairs, intelli- her doctor that she ought to wake as to how when he
gence, finance, commerce, foreign aid and propaganda. have blood transfusions. She may up; many ,
of for
been proposed that would bar justices being tyrants whiskies he may drink, how '
refused them, on the groundsthat
the urban
such matters as the makeup of all these decisions, the court is equalizing vote BELOW OLYMPUS By InterlandirTIJ her religion opposes the many he must pass up; how
.. with the rural vote.
state. legislatures from: court action, saying that the protection against id!!a. A local official, in behalf fast he may drive in his car,

give a "court of the states" review unequal treatment in the federal The Founding Fathers, so of the lady's health and under what circumstances -

Court decisions often. quoted, did not set up takes a petition to court, and ?
power over Supreme Constitution and the rights of individuals
such inequity. As a matter of the court decides that she
: and give state legislatures greater cannot be set aside by the fact, the Constitution of 1789 must submit to the transfus- EVEN LAWS against suicide -

:.. power in amending the U. S. Con states. These ,are decisions which requires of each state that it are of doubtful wisdomin

= sUtution. declare that the United States is guarantee its people a repub- ions.The a free society. Fr. John
reasoning Is heavily Courtney the Jesuit
Murray,
lican, or representative gov-
one country and that individual fri J'nI based the matter of the
ernment. As populations have on priest, brilliant student of
= Critics of the court charge that rights are superior to state rights.
shifted to urban areas the unborn child, and the derivative church and state relation1
= the Warren court is "legislating", states have had less and lessa damage that would be ships, points out that no law

.. getting into politics and ordering Ultimately these decisions like truly representative formof done to it if the mother persists that is truly unenforceable is

:: changes in institutions over which all actions of government in a democracy government. in refusing blood; the a sound law. The example he
lady appeals to the Supreme once gave was Connecticut's
it has no power, or should have no will stand fall
,or depend
Court but the Court
REAPPORTIONMENT and (Douglas law, passed over a centuryago
: power. They say it is "amending instead ing on public opinion. We believe civil rights legislation, one dissenting) refuses to hear by the Congregationalist

: of interpreting the Constitu they represent the true spirit of this by the courts and the other her appeal. Our sympathygoes majority in Hartford, kept on

:- tion. This is the same argument that country and ,will stand. by'' Congress, both became I PtyIMSU SS out easily to the child the books by existing pres-
necessary when local govern- and we are tempted to dismiss sure from the Catholic popu- } '

ments failed to protect the the matter from the lation, forbidding the prac- ,

rights of the individual Amer- mind, but hark, simultane- tice, mind you, of contracep. :1 I
ican citizen. It is regrettablethe ously another lady, from an tion. Any law the enforceI

Voice of'the PeopleI court had had 'to fill thisvaCuum. other state who is not evena ment of which involves the

I But it hardly seems little bit pregnant, also hasa violation of higher rights-in 1
: reasonable to charge "inter medical problem also is this case the right to privacy

I ference" or to say that main- told by the doctor that she -than the law itself seeks to

: I ; The Sun's Opinion Page.Opinions ==== taining the integrity of the needs such and -' such min- regulate, is not easily defen ;
Constitution is "making istration in order to survive, sible. By extension, any law It

I :.. and comments of Sun readers are welcome In the Voice' of the People column. Utters law." "You've been drinking!" refuses the medicine, the that pre empts the In- 1 s E
I must be signed and beer the writer's address. Homes will be withheld if requested. A letter should doctor goes to court: and she dividual's own right to decide
I not exceed 500 words and must be written en only one side of the p.p-,. Poetry canned .be used. The An increasing number of too, where no child is involved about the use of medica-
: See reserves the right to reject say letter or to shorten it, without chenein the writer's meaning ,state governments are show- is instructed to submit to tion aimed at preserving his
i
= latent. ing signs of sickness. Most of the medications prescribedby health is
.t Memo own body an unnecessary -
Washington
t I n Teacher Quality be anything better t han a salary to attract? Dedica- this undenied illness grows her doctor., and therefore a
out of the semi-paralysis of
teacher. tion is a fine thing; but can bad. law.
government produced by in- Cowles Washington Bureau "I TRUST YOU hor- American traditionally
are as The way,
r Public it for dinner?
Up to Wha1sTong with him is you serve in .
equities representation.This "
OLD FRIENDS: Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R-Ill., was rified as I am, a professorof is to wait for gross
the same thing that's wrong In our community, increas- malaise is national in sociology the keen abuses before rising
: EDITOR, Sun: Each day talking about the importance of making new friends and among up on
: "Teach- with a minister. Peace Corps ingly more children come scope. In Vermont for example hanging on to old ones. A men who had led a profligatelife est men I know, writes me, our hind legs and telling the

since your headline : : worker, missionary or country from: ,broken homes, grow up a town with less than was about to die, Dirksen said, and the priest asked "at this clear departure from courts, or the Government
I er's Sa1 rl S"May-beCut' ,doctor-he's. a dedicated, 100 residents has the same traditional and straight to Hell
with the restraints of citylivrlngand'have "are 'OU'ready to accept God and renounce the devil?" the larger un- to go (the
1 we have been searching The worker who's goal 1 is to serve. representation as the state'slargest "I'm ready to accept God," the man said, "but in view of derstanding of habeas cor- only 4-letter word that nowa-
: paper expectantly await- others, rather than gain power -- ; ; crime;sex, vio- city. In New Jersey, my past history I'm in no position to renounce the devil." pus." The individual does Indeed days shocks the courts). Pre-

ing outbursts of publfcprr> ..and prestige for himself. lencet death ,and destruction rural pressures have main- e own his own body, and cisely the reason why the

test. No protests: No .cd nail "He cares about kids, and What, ,thrust_'.at'them.from, ; the time tained inequities. Cape May, BIG SHOT: At a recent dinner for civil service workers although the Christian reli Connecticut law lingers on

ments even. Well thar.ksfor happens to them. He often they can watch a TV set. You with a population of less than here, Sargent Shriver, the Peace Corps director got a facetiously gion, or at least most sects the books, Fr. Murray observed

the mud in the face. Finally works a 12 to 16 hour day with ask more and more of your 40,000, has the same repre- : high-flown introduction as a Nobel Prize winner, within it, proscribe suicide is that it is an un-

this evening there was an edi- them?and for them teachers. sentation as Essex County championship automobile racer, scientist artist and scholar. and self-mutilation it is very enforceable law, happily un-

: torial by The Sun.It's-a start. Sure; there are ineffectual with almost one million re Shriver gravely admitted to all these distinctions adding: reluctant indeed to proscribesuch enforced. Some day a judi- ,

My husband is a teacher. teachers' in the-'Schoolsys-, .Do you cafe .if ;they. live sidents. Similar illustrationsare "It reminds me of an introduction I once got from a woman inattentions to the bodyas cial zealot will inform a lady I

Stand jjinj, up;: in Jront of a tem..lt.s a wonder there decently or not? You should, to be found in other who had heard that I liked to play tennis. She introduced me may in fact lead to physical :- that she has to have her ap-

class resplendent in" his I aren't many more than thereare$4050' because a college graduateand areas. as one of the finest racketeers in Chicago." death. pendix out or she will die,

I Army uniform* with .cap- dollars a year respected professional All these inequities per- Suppose the doctor tells and we will all be up in

tain's bars, pHo5 pings and isq' much incentive as a beginning worker is much more effective petuate special interests and you that you have a 60-40 arms over it, and maybe -

medals agti;hg will:be gap- :salary and you in his work,' thana make impossible the honest ka ;. chance of being cured if you maybe, I say because grad
'
ed at with resp6ctan>', ct awe. think teachers can take a downgraded public servant rewriting of ancient outmoded will submit to suchandsuchan ually we are inclined to for-

Stand him up in front of that "cut"? Your confidence in Which do you want for your constitutions, tax laws andso ,' operation? Up until now get that effective protest is
class dressed casually and 0 1. The U. S. ; ', ." it has been established available
1 our ability to survive is not children and your commu- Supreme >fl1 :k r- Mt\MJtf prac- still to us-we win
''l with a textbook rfh his rand -:hand, reassuring.Just nity? The choice is completely Court now has ordered reap- : ; tice that the choice is clearly conclude, like Dickens'

) the lass tbackjthinking and entirely up to you. portionment. Their decision is J tJil V yours. Is it now yours, Beadle that very often the fr'
:JI ,.-"Now, what's wrong with what. kind,,of teachers a,boon to the people-and.the but subject to the acquies law is "a idiot, a ass," -
ackr L.bc..an't.; do :that kind of .-., ANN.E. BRYAN !
'jIJJIIJJ.iIJ, .. _you, expect< > states-not a tyranny. cences o the courts-which and do something about it
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4 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 30. 1964

I COLOREDNEWS IT'S HUMAN AND CONFUSING





I.I.kfnrzuiIk iUll: Colored B. F.News Childs Editor, M :-king of Foreign- Policy-


And inside the State Department, the work of the coordinators
CHURCH & fork Star
ANNOUNCEMENTSChurch flU B themselves is supposed to be structured neatly be-
of God in Christ By MAX FRANKEL neath the secretary.
JOHN R. HARRISON President Mid
Church School 10
PuMMtcr; PAT COWLES. Viet Pres" ajn.; morn- WASHINGTON Out of the State Department last week

Florida's Beautiful .dent; Etf JOHNSON. Vic President ing worship, 12 noon; YoungPeople's there came a secret, a phone call, a book and a murmurof THIS STRUCTURE is duplicated in the Foreign Aid, In
and Executive Editer W. 6. teal Willing Workers' Meeting complaint little symptoms of a big problem: The formation and Central Intelligence agencies, in smaller versions -
EBERSOLE. Vice President and Ad- 7 p.m.; and evening wore at the Pentagon and other and inmost
University City' remising Director BOB TARTAGUONE, unordered process by which United States foreign policy is some departments l\
Vice President and Circulation MM9tr. ship, 8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams determined.The compact form on the President's personal staff. Many '

pastor.. secret, plucked out of the. Washington air by a colum- of these separate bureaucracies have their representativesat 4

w .,' THE SUN'S POLICY St. Paul C.M.E. Morning nist, was that Secretary of State Dean Rusk was the un- many of the 274 U. S. embassies, missions and offices J

I 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. .' worship, 11 a.m.; and evening mentioned author of an unwritten talk at 'an unmentionedpress abroad. t
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. ( .: worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. B. F. luncheon which made headlines around the world about The State Department, in.terms. of telegraphic traffic alone, j

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Weary, pastor. the possibility of war in Southeast Asia. It was a accounts for a daily flow of 1,500 incoming and 1,500 out- i
Mt. Carmel Baptist There familiar but still startling way for the government to com- going cables carrying more than 400,000 words. Secretaryof x
The Sun's telephones: All Deportment! -372-8441 will be mid-week meditation municate some of its most carefully weighed words to a State Dean Rusk receives only a handful of these, but

Want Ads-376-4672 services today, 7:30 p. m.; potential enemy. he was told much of the story of political managementin

Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 this simple illustrations:

p.m., and there will also be THE PHONE CALL, by a high official to a newspaper, "When I read a telegram coming in in the morning, it 1\t

Upholding Individual Rights Choir rehearsal 8 p.m.; and sought some information originally obtained from the of- poses a very specific question, and the moment I read it

Teachers' Meeting Thursday, 7 ficial's own subordinates. It was a vivid demonstration of I know what the answer must be. But that telegram goeson \

Three recent decisions of the always has been made by those who p.m., and also Business Meet how government does not dare to rely upon its own resources its appointed course into the bureau, and through the !

oppose decisions of the court, from ing, 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. _Wright and how its different layers often communicate through the office and down to the desk. If it doesn't go down there, )

United States Supreme Court have John Marshall's day down to the pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, most unorthodox channels.The somebody feels that he is being deprived of his participation i

shocked those who believe the court reporter. book, by the administration's principal policy planner, in a matter of his responsibility. !'
present. Since members of the court East Side Church of God in Walt W. Rostow, was meant to satisfy the public clamorfor "Then it goes from the action officer back up through the :

should confine itself to strict legal are appointed for life, it is said the Christ Church School 1, 10 concise definition of American foreign policy. But manyof department to me a week or 10 days later, and if it isn't

interpretation of the Constitutionand court can improve its ideas 'on the a.m.; morning worship, 11:30: his colleagues found it so general as to be almost irrelevant the answer that I knew had to be the answer, then I

avoid decisions on moral and nation without checks or balances. a.m.; and evening worship, 7pm. to,.their daily tasks while others cited great dispute change it at that point, having taken into account the advice

social questions. The uproad may be- Elder J. C. Carter, pas. within the government even about the generalities.And that came from below. But usually it is the answer that ,
everybody would know has to be the "
the murmur of complaint was about the assign- answer.
s come almost as loud -as that follow- This is not accurate. The court's tor.Mt.. Olive Primitive Baptist- ment of Deputy Under Secretary U. Alexis Johnson to South When the government must deal with the routine visit of]

ing the famous 1954 decision hold- decision can be over-ruled by later School 9:30 Viet Nam, depriving the State Department of its firmestfoe a foreign dignitary or instruct an ambassador to deliver a]
Sunday : a.m.; morning -
ing racial segregation in public courts or by constitutional amend- worship, 11 a.m.; and eve of administrative chaos and principal link to the militaryand routine message, this sytem functions reasonably well.

schools unconstitutional., The court ment. The current court overruleda ning worship, 6 p.m. Rev. 4J. intelligence agencies that can row with or against the BUT AT TIlE FIRST SIGN of trouble, precisely because

held that: whole series of earlier decisions Kinsey, pastor. established policy course.SIMULTANEOUSLY foreign policy cannot be planned or codified for even predict- ,i '

that the Fifth Amendment did not Spring Hill Baptist unday out of Congress last week, there able contingencies, the fuses pop and the normal flow of bureaucratic -
School, 10 a.m. morning worship energy is disrupted. No two emergencies or ,
1. Representation in state legislatures apply to state courts. It also upset ; came the latest of a series of serious studies of the manage- crises handled in the
11 am. and evening worship are ever same way. ,
;
,i must be based'on districts substantially the 1896 court's ruling that "sepa- 6:30 Rev. T. D. Davis ment of national security operations. It found that an Amer- Even when the expected happens, officials all over town, !I
in number of people. but of Ne p.m. ican ambassador abroad, like the secretary of state at home, I
equal rate equal" treatment ,pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc- from their separate perspectives, will weigh American power II
The court said this applies to both groes satisfied the equality require- Gill, reporter. was not really the master of his organization nor, as in- and interests against reactions near and far. They may .
tended of the of that and !
many arms government wittingly
houses. It declared that the "federal ments of the Constitution. The otherwise "make" foreign then act on the predetermined aspirations, but they will be !
policy.
guided by a momentary set of priorities, pressures and I
system", in which one house repre- court once outlawed the income tax, NOTICE But the report of the Senate subcommittee, headed by Sen. preferences. : !

and the and this over-ruled the Six- Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., was careful to point out that
sents population equally was by The Women's Home Missi on Even in its most imaginative acts, government reacts. \

other "area" or government units teenth Amendment.But Society will meet at the Mt. disorder was chronic and common to all recent admin- Decisions to act, or not to act, are forced upon it by events !i
istrations. The trouble, it found, begins at the top
(the states), cannot. be applied to Moriah Baptist Church on Wed because a president needs flexibility, that is freedom very to and schedules, by the need to compose a budget, make a !I
nesday, July, 1, at 5 p.m. speech, answer a diplomatic note recognize
state legislatures. there is no doubt that the improvise, while officialdom needs stability, assurance of a new govern-
All interested are invited ment to threat resist attack.It .
persons respond a or an
court has great power, and the Warren regularity.And .
to attend. is therefore to of a i
impossible, speak foreign policy as
I 2. The U. S. Constitution's Fifth court has used this power broadin out of the White House last week there came a fair single, will or purpose, or even as a series of fixed and
amount of evidence of of
a president's customary style
: Amendment guarantee against self- defense of individual liberties. It op- indentifiable objectives. There are aspirations and there are
AILING IN HOSPITALMrs. erations: tough and personal conversation about Cyprus with
: incrimination applies to state as has not hesitated to overthrow prec- actions, intents and events, and thousands of decisions and
Jereline Gainey is seriously the urgently summoned leaders of Turkey and Greece; sanctionfor
: well as federal legal proceedings, edent and to take action in behalfof ill in the Alachua' General. the attorney general to* move into the sensitive capitalsof non-decisions history unto itself.the account of any one of which would be a

eo and neither state nor federal.gov- individual rights when the politi- Mrs. Gainey's friends are West Germany and Poland; a cagey minuet with a prominent -

ernment an individual's the asked to visit her. Republican resigning as ambassador to South VietNam
can use cal process was not getting job I =
testimony which has been compelled done. ; some guarded public dialogue with the Chinese Com- ON THE RIGHT
munists; a desalination agreement with Moscow, after some
by the other in return for a CONVENTION CLOSES more secret correspondence with Premier Khrushchev.NO _
I
grant of immunity. The historic The Fourteenth Amendment The Women's Home Mission Who Owns

: guarantee of the English Common states that "no state shall make or and Educational Convention of ONE REGARDS a president's maneuvering as improper -

Law preventing government from enforce any law which shall abridgethe the Jerusalem District recently or unwise. Some of it is planned. Some is highly personal. -
closed and raised $1,203.00, and The point is that the mechanics of government, the distribution
: prosecuting a person on the basisof privileges or immunities of citi- 1168.50 was given to college at of power, the pressure felt at different paints, and The ?

his own forced testimony thus, zens of the United States ." St. Augustine.The I the great influence of individual personality and talent ren- Body

: for the first time, clearly applies to moderator, Rev. T. D. der almost meaningless the oft-heard question, "How is

: the whole United States in all legal This is the foundation for the decision Davis, is asking all churches foreign policy made?" By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. "'

actions. that the Fifth Amendment that have not completed their The testimony of thoughtful officials and observers suggests
: quota to do so as quickly as that foreign policy is not really made at all, only managed, The !
state pos- lady is a member ofJehovah's might reason that, the odds
to legal proceedings
applies sible. Mrs. L. A. Williams, on an ad hoc basis at best. It is buffeted by the colliding
president being in favor of the F
: 3. A local government must raise though the Fifth originally was insisted of the Women's Conven- visions, gripes talents, fights, fears, errors, powers and pressures Witnesses, anddon't tion have opera.
you a duty to sub.
: and for its citizens of hundreds of and dozens of of let that put you off:
the taxes provide upon by the states as pro- tion. Mrs. Esther W t. Hamm, re people institution, mit to it? Does the state
: public schools available to all. This tection for their citizens against the porter. i ''politicians and scholars, businessmen r and newspaper men, her religion, however unusual have the right to snatch r
foreign and domestic. you may find it, the reason- up
: was the ruling that Prince Edward powerful central government. The an alcoholic who is neglect.
that led to her
Even less secure is an official's claim to status or Influ- ing acceptanceof
.:. County, Virginia, could no longer same philosophy lies behind the decision PERSONALSThe ence according to the neat boxes of Washington's organization it, is okay by us, says the ing his liver and stow him :

= circumvent the 1954 school decision that a county or a state can- Florida Institute of Laundering charts. First Amendment quite rightly away in an asylum? I war-

not deny some of its citizens the and Cleaning (FILAC) information By these charts, foreign policy is determined by the provided her religion rant tors who thereare not that many doc-

system. right to equality in public schools. exchange convention President with the occasional advice and financial supportof doesn't call upon her to shoot Johnson's regimen agree is one Lyndon that
was held June 19-21 at the the Congress and with the more regular counsel of key you, or anathematize me,
Nor can a state give more weightto leads to longevity might
Chevvy Plaza Hotel at Orlando Cabinet members, notably. the secretary of state. or otherwise swing her fist
decisions probably will lead class of voters than to they some day, by a fugitive
one an- and was attended by the following The secretary, his deputies and the ambassadors overseasare past the point where our

: to a renewal of.the. movement for other in its own government. To do persons of this city; Mrs. supposed to be, in their separate realms, the overseers noses begin. The lady is the extrapolation pregnant lady's of the court logic instruct of

: reatrictions 'on the power of the 'otherwise is to deny equal protec- Mable Bradley, Richard A. and coordinators of the work of all other interested agencies pregnant, and was told by him as to when, he-

::. court. Constitutional amendmentshave tion of the law to all citizens.In McClellan, Mrs. Jessie Caver especially those dealing with military affairs, intelligence her doctor that she ought to may wake up; how many

= been proposed that would bar and LeRoy DeBose. finance, commerce, foreign aid and propaganda. have refused blood them transfusions., on the groundsthat She whiskies he may drink how

: such matters as the makeup of all these decisions, the court is The Demonstrations and exhibits BELOW OLYMPUS B' I""l'"Ii her religion opposes the many he must pass up; how

: state legislatures from court action, saying that the protection against featured the very latest in I idea. A local official, in be- fast he may drive in his car -
laundering and cleaning and under
new what
circumstances
: give a "court of the states" review unequal treatment in the federal equipment, applied technique by half takes of petition the lady's to court health, and, ? -

power over Supreme Court decisions Constitution and the rights of indi- professional demonstrators, in- the court a decides that she

i : and give state legislatures greater viduals cannot be set aside by the dustry development, silk finishing must submit to the transfus- EVEN LAWS against sui

: power in amending the U. S. Con- states. These are decisions which wool finishing and spot- cide are of doubtful wisdomin

: stitution. declare that the United States is ting.The ions.The a free society. Fr. John
group was sponsored by I reasoning is heavily Courtney Murray, the Jesuit
I one country and that individual S&S Cleaners of Gainesville and' J based on the matter of the priest brilliant student of

Critics of the court charge that rights are superior to state rights. reports the convention high ly I unborn child, and the deri- church and state relation-

J the Warren court is "legislating", interesting and very informa vative damage that would be ships, points out that no law 4t

I getting into politics and ordering Ultimately, these decisions, like done to it if the mother per- that is truly unenforceable is
tive.Miss Mary H. Thomas of a.v sists in refusing blood; the a sound law. The example he
changes in institutions over which all actions'of government in a democracy i
is here for lady appeals to the Supreme once gave was Connecticut'slaw
Tampa, visiting several
it has no power, or should have no will stand or fall depend-
days with friends.Mr. Court, but the Court (Douglas passed over a century
power. They say it is "amending instead ing on public opinion. We believe and Mrs. James H. John dissenting) refuses to hear ago by the Congregationalbt .t

of interpreting the Constitu- they represent the true spirit of this son and son, George, all of her appeal. Our sympathygoes majority in Hartford, kept on i

tion. This is the same argument that country and will stand. Tallahassee, were guests of r I S out easily to the child the books by existing pres-
friends in the University City TO PEES I and we are tempted to dismiss sure from the Catholic popu-
yesterday. wIMSuf the matter from the lation, forbidding the prac-

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson mind, but hark, simultane- tice, mind' you, of contraception. -

I I and son, James, all of New ously another lady, from an- Any law the enforce
of the other state, who is not evena ment .which involves the
Voice York
City arrived here yester-
I People day as guests of Mrs. Anderson's little bit pregnant, also hasa violation of higher rightsinthis
s medical problem, also is case the right to privacy
relatives
for two weeks.
told by the doctor that she -than the law itself seeks to
I. Miss H. Hawkins and
I. Mary needs such and such min is not defen
\ nn The Sun's regulate, easily ,
i .
Opinion
Page Miss Carrie Simpson, both of order survive
istration in to sible. By extension, any law
Tampa, were visiting here yes refuses the medicine, the that pre empts the in- S
Opinions; and comment of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column Letters terday as guests of friends. "You've been drinking!" doctor to court: and she dividual's own right to decide t
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Mrs. Helen F. Davidson and goes
net exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The too, where no child is involved about the use of medica-
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning; or son, James, of Jacksonville ar is instructed to submit to tion aimed at preserving his

intent. rived here yesterday on a two- Memo the medications prescribedby own body health, is an un-

. i Teacher QualityUp be anything better t ban a salary to attract? Dedication week visit with friends. Washington her doctor."I necessary, and therefore a
Will Simmons, of Jackson bad, law.
teacher. but
is fine
thing can
a ;
ville, passed through Gainesville Cowles Washington Bureau TRUST YOU are as hor- The American way, traditionally
to Public What's with him is you serve it for dinner? yesterday route to St. "
en I is
wrong OLD FRIENDS: Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R-IH., was rified as am, a professorof to wait for gross
i the same thing that's, wrong In our community, increasingly Petersburg.HIGH about the importance of making new friends and sociology, among the keen- abuses, before rising up on
EDITOR, Sun: Each day talking est men I know, writes me, our hind legs and telling the
with minister Peace children
a
Corps more come hanging on to old ones. A man who had led a profligatelife
since your headline "Teach- worker, missionary or coun- from broken homes, grow up SPRINGS NEWS was about to die, Dirksen said, and the priest asked "at this clear departure from courts, or the Government,
Salaries May be C u tn doctor-he's dedicated devil?" the traditional and larger un- to go straight to Hell (the
er's
try a with the restraints of city liv- Receives AppointmentThe "are you ready to accept God and renounce the ,
of habeas 4-letter word that
the worker who's goal is to serve in view of derstanding cor- only nowa-
said
we have been searching "I'm ready to accept God, the man "but
ing, and have crime, sex, violence members of Ml Carmel individual does in-
The days shocks the courts). Pre-
others rather than devil. pus.
expectantly, await- gain power past history I'm in no position to renounce the
.. paper outbursts of public pro and prestige for himself.He death and destruction Methodist Church are elated to I my deed own his own body, and cisely the reason why the
ing
test. No protests. Na comments cares about kids, and what thrust at them from the time have Rev. James Johnson ap- BIG SHOT: At a recent dinner for. civil service workers although the Christian religion Connecticut law lingers on
1 happens to them. He often pointed pastor from the recent or at least most sects the books, Fr. Murray observed -
Well thanks for Peace facetiously -
even. they can watch a TV set. You here Sargent Shriver the Corps director got a
the mud in the face. Finally, works a 12 to 16 hour day with ask more and more of Annual Conference by Bishop I high-flown introduction as a Nobel Prize winner, within it, proscribe suicide is that it is an unenforceable -
your Marcus L. Harris. self-mutilation it is law
and very happily tin-
them and for them
I this evening there was an editorial championship automobile racer, scientist, artist, and scholar.
teachers.Do Rev. Mr. Johnson deliveredhis indeed to enforced. Some
reluctant proscribesuch
day
1 by The Sun. It's a start. Shriver gravely admitted to all these distinctions, adding: a judiecia1
: Sure, there are ineffectual inattentions to the zealot will inform
first bodyas
at High a lady
My husband is a teacher. you care if they live sermon "It reminds me of an introduction I once got from a woman
teachers in the school sys- Springs on Sunday June 21, in may in fact lead to physi- that she has to have her appendix -
"
Stand him up in front of a decently or not? You should, who had heard that I liked to play tennis. She introduced me
tem. It's wonder there
a
in his i the services of the City-w ide racketeers in cal death. out or she will die,
class resplendent as one of the finest Chicago.
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,
with aren't many more than there because a college graduateand Church Fellowship held at the Suppose the doctor tells and we will all be up in
uniform c atain's p-
Army wings and are-$4050 dollars aye a r respected profess i lo n- Mt Olive Baptist Church. you that you have a 60-40 arms over it, and maybe -

medals bars, and, pilots he will be gap- isn't much incentive as a be- al worker is much more effective His message will long be remembered chance of being cured if you maybe, I say, because grad-

and ginning salary and you in his work thana for surely hearts .. ';. ...! / Jol will submit to such-and-such ually we are inclined to for-
awe. ..
ed at with respect our ..,..
think teachers take servant. F' .
can a"cut" downgraded public
Stand him in front of that burned with "spiritual fire" as ao_ operation? Up until now get that effective protest is
up ? Your confidence inability Which do you want for your been established still available to will
it has us-we
class dressed casually and be spoke of the "Four Trees. A.. It practice
our to survive is not children and your community that the choice is clearly conclude, like Dickens'
:with a textbook in his hand. Visitors are welcomed to visit .
reassuring.Just ? The choke is completely : ."
: : Is it now Beadle, that often the
very
and the chs sits back thinking and worship with us at any r yours. yours
: and entirely up to you. J tJr; < r luub. the law is "a idiot "
"Now what's wrong with what kind of teachers time. Mrs. Esther Black, reporter. but subject to acquies- a ass, -

r 1 :this character. that.P he can't, do you expect, that kind of ANN E.. BRYAN cences of th! courts?-which and do something about it.
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I Peace, It's Wonderful! But Can We Afford It? Earns Joseph P.\T Doni Degree* avm Jr., son

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EDITOR'S NOTE-For 25 scientists and engineers who do and the administration-is cool work on.. The problem Is how|basis to help the private economy -novin. ,3448 years defense spending has not know the free enterprise toward the McGovern proposal. are we going to get organizedto do ,some things it would .:
buoyed the American econo- Defense Cutback system because they have lived While the Defense Depart- do it. not otherwise do. was granted a bachelor of arts
my. A whole generation of only in the federal government ment is aware of disarmament I degree, in absentia, by the
environment." problems it takes the "There are four possible waysto "Let me give you an exampleand
position University of Chattanooga.
workers has
never known any Could Stun Economytion that it does not want to becomea use_these resources and I this is not federal policy.At I
other employment than mak- Morse said most of the money giant public 'works agency. think the debate is only on two the present moment our fish- Donnovin, now an infantry
ing arms. If peace comes, and spent on research was being of them. One way is to reduce ing industry" is in very bad lieutenant, ;compfeled't requirements .
defense spending drops, how many people seem to be course, conducts substantial I spent with "companies which Arthur Barber, deputy assis- the national debt and I've talkedto shape. The Soviet Union and for his =:
can the shock be cushioned? lieve. work in its own facilities." I are totally incapable of doing tant secretary of defense for many Wall Street bankers China are becoming world's degree Jn Jane
By BEM PRICE I The Department of Defense anything commercially." arms control, said in an inter-[who agree,that that is not sound largest fishers and, in the case ary.',He is married to the for*
Many believe the money now. alone supports 46 per cent of all Before transitional plans can view. economic policy. It tends to create of the Soviet Union, the most ,mer Anne Baylor Austin, of
WASHINGTON (APPeace, spent on defense should be usedto research and development car;. be made, Congress and govern- "The real question is what we I deflationary problems, un- effective. Lookout Mountain, Tenn., and
It's wonderful! The question i if::' solve ,some of the nation's I ried on in the entire 'United ment experts must know how expect defense procurement in employment and so forth. "Now if, as a question of fed- is stationed at Ft. N.C.
low much peace can the United major problems, such as mass:. States. the nation's manpower is employed the next five years to look like I "Another way, which I don't eral policy; we said we think it Bragg
States afford? transportation, air and water and at what. and. the only answer to that think is very, effective, js just is in our interest to have a dynamic -
pollution. An abrupt, cutback in defense This is what the Senate sub- question is that we don't know. .to take public money and_spendit fishing industry-wh'ch
One thing appears clear: But without advance planning spending easily might mean committee on Employment and "If ,there'aren't any crises as for giant public works pro, could provide food perhaps to The mossy wetlands support:
If general peace broke out to- for' the transition, the economy that the United States, instead Manpower, headed by Sen. Joseph there regularly have been in the grams. Africa and Latin America where some 450 species of insectivorous :-
norrow an unlikely prospect could have rough going for a of having a shortage of scientists S. Clark, D-Pa., has been past in Berlin or somewhere "The two that I think are useful there Is a need for low-cost protein plants such as the pitcher
the U.S. economy would un- time. and engineers, would havea trying to find out over the past else a major confrontationwith are, first, .tax reductions in their diets, then we plant Flourishing from Labrador =
lergo a horrible wrench in the 'In the surplus. and a half. the Soviet Union it is which will be -
past 25 years the United year spent by the private might spend some money to to Florida, Sarracenia
ibsence of advance planning. States has spent over $500 billion Ullman also made the point ,Sen. George McGovern, D-S.D. logical. to conclude that our defense citizen as he sees fit, both build with private industry some I pur-
l Prof. Emile Benoit, Columbia in the name of defense. At that blue collar workers, paidon has introduced a bill which spending will be some- for consumer demand and for effective fishing fleets. And I purea draws bugs by an alluring -
University economist, told a present defense spending in all an hourly basis, might make would establish a national economic what lower." state and local taxes-to''build mean a few. perfume, then drowns themin
I senate subcommittee that sud- fields accounts for roughly 9 per the transition to non defense conversion committee to Would a sharp cutback, in defense -better high schools and so on. "If it turned out that we and the liquid-filled, pit c her-
len, all-out peace would, in the cent of the Gross National Pro- work more easily, than the highly study the problem of transition.The spending necessarily leadto "The last one is the questionof the people in the industry had shaped leaves.
ibsence of planning, produce an duct all income from all educated scientists and en- bill also would require defense a depression? what I'd like to call selective done our jobs properly that industry
sconomic depression which sources which is currently estimated -gineers. industries to'plan their "My personal view is that stimulation of the private economy could then sell its prod- The reddish green leaves of
rould add 4 to 8 million workers by the Department of Richard Morse, former assis- own conversion to nondefensework. there is much unfinished busi- '' by the federal government uct on a worldwide basis with- pitcher plants bristle inside with
o the unemployed, now about Commerce at about $585 billion. tant secretary of the Army for ness in this country that we can and by that I mean. the ,use of out any government support or hairs which point downward,
16 million. There are 6.7 million people, research, told the subcommittee The Department''' of Defense- put this talent and resources to federal funds_on a temporary interference." !preventing escape of bugs.
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h While there is no immediate I including those in the armed :
\irospect of general disarma- forces, working at defense in "We are developing a race of
nent, the economy still must the federal government and in
I ace the question of what hap- industry about 9 per cent of
fens if there is a sharp cutback the nation's entire work force.J. Freak DeathLOS
n defense expenditures: includpg Herbert Holloman, assistant
those for atomic weapons.: secretary of commerce for ANGELES (AP-Police)
Production of strategic wea-' science and technology, esti- say Charles Schaeffer 76, wentto
IOns systems, such as missiles, mates the nation's total bill for his basement to fix a leaky
las apparently reached a pla- research and development is $17 pipe, tripped on a broken step,
eau and there are no plans for billion annually. fell and struck his head againsta
lew, multibillion-dollar systems Of this amount, says Hollo cement wall. Then he collapsed -
rvcr the next five years. man, "$12 billion is spent for unconscious, in the
Stanford Research Institute at such national purposes as defense -three-inch-deep water from the
alo Alto, Calif., has estimated: space, atomic energy, leaking pipe.
'If, without developing new health and less than $5 billion He was dead when his wife
reapons systems, we just main- for the development of new found him lying face down in
ain what we have, Including the products, processes and tech- the water Sunday.BIG .
U'ms of conventional forces, this niques."
( rould result in a reduction of In a statement to the senate
113 billion in defense funds." subcommittee on employmentand CHANGE .
The defense budget is presently manpower, Prof. J. E. Ull-- Jupiter normally takes 9
(round $50 billion annually. ., man of Hofstra College, Hemp- hours 58 minutes to rotate on \ ,
Though a sharp cutback in de- stead, N.Y., said: its axis but recent calculations By Popular Demand
case spending would be a per-, "The federal government now indicate that one full revolutionis
lonal disaster for many people,. supports 59 per cent of all research taking 1.3 seconds longer. By
t would not necessarily providehe I. by industry 80 per cent astronomical standards, this is New Store Hours
immediate relief from taxa- of that in universities and, of I a drastic change.


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Gainesville Sun" 'Tuesday, June 30,. 1964''J 1



women 0 1 f mi .' .City> "'Goodwill Seeds Blossom[ in JapanBy Hints From Hefoise


DEAR HELOISE: ous stories, hobby tips, sports

JOHN ASKINS y 'Y.TH. 4' .Y.Y 'rYy Molt .1p4. here and more people may ,My small youngsters havea items, etc.When I

In Fukuoka, Japan, a dogwood ,see them and be reminded of little friend who comes to

-E :.r ,tree blossomed for the'' 5 the noble spirit. play with ,them EVERY my husband and I

H f f flIrIIL9 I L Y first time this past April-a : Reminder of Noble Spirit morning. After a few morn- ,are going out, I slip a few

tree that grew from seeds ,;. The "noble spirit" Mrs. ings of having him roam of them into my handbag to

sent from Gainesville nine y Fukaumi refers to is the de- around the house (instead of read to him while he is driv-

years ago. ai ;i r a''" M sire that good -will watching TV with my children }
' grow ing, waiting for a meetingto
. "Ruth VVeimer ., . Women': Editor The seeds were collectedby stronger between the two ), I hit upon a plan so
begin, at the doctor's of.
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groups and individuals enjoy his company, too.I fice, etc.
'
Shower as part of "Project Good *"We saw that the four pet- moved our picnic table We always have pleasant

will" rz als of the Dogwood could in- up to the front window, put conversation this way, and

The seeds 'especially pre- f" ?R: clude all peoples of the world, the benches upside down on avoid that bored expressionso

Fetes Jane HannonMiss pared and dried, were sent to for they point North, East, top of the table, and have many married couples

, Girl Scouts in Fukuoka. South and West," she said. the children sit between them.I have when they are out alone
..,
Jane Hannon, brideelectof Sherry who entertained at.their This month the 'Fukuoka N Last fall, members of the fixed cool drinks in plastic together!
Girl Scout 4a Founders Circle of Gaines- cups and popped corn. S. SMITH
leaders a Mrs.
James A. Adkinson Jr., was: home. ,
.
'Fukaumi, retired wrotea ville Garden Club sent They can set the drinks and
complimented with a kitchen Corsages of white carnations now ,
letter of thanks and a request "Goodwill Seeds" to the care- pans of corn on the bracesof LETTER OF LAUGHTER
shower given last night by were presented, to the bridetobe \. the.benches and ha'.e'their
for more seeds to 4xr1. taker of the Garden of the they DEAR HELOISE
Mrs. Richard Sanders and her and her mother, Mrs. J. W. outside theater! :
daughters, Miss Pam and Miss. Hannon. Gainesville Scout leader Mrs. :y Peaceful God, near the town own Most of my ideas get lost

The shower gifts were placedin Clark W.' Pennington, also re- s. of Saga in Southern Japan. Our TV is portable so I in clutter around my house-

,a clothes hamper, which also tired. More Seeds Needed just turn it to face the win- hold which I keep telling

to the honoree.A "To our great joy," she This fall, the circle plans to dow and they sit outside for myself to clean when I am
was presented
color note of and wrote, "the seeds of the Mr. and Mrs. F. Kukaumi, I left a d'o Girl Scouts send 'more' seeds to a Prof. hours watching it. in the mood. When does the

yellow 'Goodwill Tree have taken examine the blossoms of a Dogwood tree, which grew Susaki of Kyushu University."It I can get work done mood come?
green was featured in the party my
root They blossomed in late from seeds'sent by Gainesville Girl Scouts. The pic- is what you do as an and enjoy a of coffee JULIa
Gladioli cup
appointments. chrysanthemums April of this year for the first turetaken, from a post card sent to Mrs. Clark Penn- individual that counts in the before they get .
I and stock encircled '
,
time. It is our sincere hope ington, now retired as a Scout leader, was made in development of goodwill tired.CALM MOM DEAR HELOISE:
with miniature pots and pans, the park which fronts the Prefectural Government "
.
that those who see the Goodwill throughout the world today, After pressing a skirt,
formed the centerpiece for the
Trees in the park ,building. Mrs. Pennington said.
table. may DEAR HELOISE: leave it WRONG side out
serving Invited included Mrs. understand the noble spirit This first Dogwood to bloom in the Japanese city "As the trees grow strongerand After oiling your sewing and put a clip-clothespin! at'

guests behind them. is the result of Project Goodwill, instigated here mature, we hope good machine, sew several lines hem to hold pleats from get
David Bristowe Jr. W. W.
w Mrs. "In such a hope, we wish nine years ago. The seeds were nurtured by Professor will will grow stronger be- of stitching through a double ting out of whack.

11'u ,.t1, Hendricks III, Mrs. George Harrison to ask you to send us some Susaki of Kyushu University and the trees were tween all peoples governments thickness of facial tissue.It .

i rrM't Mrs. R. J. Ward Miss Kit more seeds, if you will, so cared for by the Scouts of the Futakba Gakunen religions and cul This method lets you see
Stanley, Miss Rosemary John is much more absorb- which skirts
tea that we may plant moreFall tree Catholic School. tures. at a glance are
pttIt dgt4 son, Miss Sara Margaret Deck, .. -. '" ent than scraps of cloth. freshly pressed!
> utr '-1III1I1IIII1
.Y. Wt Ir" IM I.11I'to I
Miss Anne Deck, Miss Cynthia MRS. R. MCLAUGHLIN
Calendar I also stuff tissue paper 01
Hale, Miss Sandra Chappell,
dry cleaner's plastic bags in
Miss Lois Fullagar Miss Eliz DEARHELOISE:
I I keep a small pair of sleeves and at shoulder seams
abeth Miss Gail Thomas
Brid!,' Books Bibfes! Lewis scissors in a pretty box on of dresses and suits which
I
Plus Many Bridal Items, ,Durrell.Miss Gail Duncan, Miss Sandy GAfW {)(J Of Events my cpffee table for clipping are seldom worn. prevents

CALL US FOR QUALITY Also Miss Karen Kokomoor, FashionsShown/ / 'd- articles from the newspaper, shoulder creases.
such as column, humor- IDA C. HANI
WORK PROMPTLY DONE Miss Freda Hineman, Miss TODAY, June 31 your

CHESNUT OFFICE Kaye Francisco, Miss Janis Lof- UoSEflINEL'OWMAN Chi Omega Alumnae, 8

ten, Miss Cindy Lewis, Miss p.m. Mrs. R. C. Philips, 1209
EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. Anne Webb,' Miss Muffet Mer-, NE Fourth Street.WEDNESDAY MR. 4'/2 %

106 W. Univ. Avc. FR 2-8421 ritt, Miss Mary Cake, Miss Vicki JULY 1

,- Fuerst, Miss Terry Green. $ University City Bridge
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By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall,
PEOPL'E, BELIEVE IN MA'YTAG Fashion Writer j 107 NW 15th Terrace. I I
NEW YORK (AP) Some )

saucy young America fashionsby Troubles? Plop Down, International University Women's Relations Club Man r that 4!% isgonna
the former first lady's couturier

M I Oleg Cassini, shared the Laugh At Situation i Carmen Group, ,1:30: Harvard p.m., Dr.Divinity John float me
limelight with exotic Indian
.. School Speaker, Mrs. Walter through colJpge I!
I
maidens wrapped in 14 karat There is nothing which is
I always amazes me that so Probert, 1929 NW 14th Ave
gold saris. more damaging to health and
many women spend so much nue.
Just as contrasting as the sub- also to good, looks than
4 Cycle Automatic Washer jects were the backgrounds for and tension. They can worry make time and ruin so much happiness i. Summer Bridge, University -

4 CYCLES these two shows yesterday,' botha you feel absolutely exhausted, this way. of Florida Women's Club

part of the American designer can cause you to break out in Waint Till Tomorrow and Newcomers Group, 8 p.

i Fully Automatic I[series arranged by Eleanor a rash and may even change Try to be flexible. Don't berry m., Clubhouse Road. West Newt y Gainesville

,Lambert for style writers previewing your facial contour.
Lint Filter Tub !
.o I fall collections.To Yet many women are as take yourself too seriously. If GainesviIIe.Bridge Club, .:: .; a. Mutual

Water Level Control Model hear Cassini, the Bob Hopeof tense as though they were you couldn't accomplish all 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 'q' BUILDING 6-

Water Temperature A-100 the garment district, waggishly readied. for battle. you had planned to do today, THURSDAY, JULY 1 2; ro:.:r. ..:.t.". x ': C wacp .OAN ASSOCIATION
commentate his show, some of then : is <
Selector The 'typical housewife has do it tomorrow.If ? American Association of

the overflow audience sprawledon + s..,, a.:, 217 N.E. 1st Street
Giant Sized Tub S 17 9 the floor of the World Fair 'such varied responsibilities and.' you have to push yourselfto University Women, Morning -y. '3 i% z yws yN.r.

Better Pavilion's l is so constantly subjected to the point of exhaustion toget Interest Group, Mrs. James a f;"4y,X Phone FR 6-6771
Lid Living crystal
Safety Switch ;small' but hectic crises in her away on a trip today, go A. Noland 1003 NW 22nd
room. daily life that she is extremely tomorrow Street.
RUSTPROOF.FINANCING or maybe even next
CABINET Military Air ]likely to be tense, a lot of the week. The skies won't fall! FRIDAY, JULY 3
-. 'Z_' Ingenue models, all with bluntedged .time. If she' has children of Kill Roaches and Ant
The old world and your rela Gainesville Bridge Club, ;Easy Way to i
hairdo, and felt derbies
ON THE SPOT : I course, the situation is even tives and friends will go along 9a.m., Holiday Inn.,
'Your Choice of Credit Plans cocked jauntily to one side, kept :more complex. much the same.

up a steady parade across the 50th
The VARIETY STORE pink curtained stage. Among Just Feels HurriedA You will find life more interesting Wedding i

.. the knee-length daytime dresses woman may not have any and others will find youmore Date Is.July 1 doR''N'y

THE modeled were those with mili really big problems but she interesting. You will livea
ON
7 S.E. 1st Ave. SQUARE FR 65PEO'PLE tary flavor-brass buttons, may waste,tremendous amountsof lot longer and look prettier Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sexton will ;: Nyy 4

epaulets, and the red, white energy by just feeling hur- years longer, and accomplishas observe their fiftieth wedding : :. ;>
BELl EVE IN MA\YTAG and blue scheme. ried and hectic. This can be- much and likely more, if :anniversary tomorrow.

Down the street, Indian maidens come a habit. Most of us get you learn to approach daily The couple was married e
into this sort of rut unlesswe July
a life in relaxed
lit incense sticks, turned a manner. 1,1914 in
w upa take steps to avoid it. Rochelle, Fla. 4
mystic chant on the recorder, This doesn't mean that you Mrs. Sexton is the former
-all .M: .1 MM.4rN :.. .,
WL+. t ar wr (I.v'W then introduced designer Adele There are a few habits take your responsibility lightly.It Miss Nannie Jones, daughter of eiuS..

m'.0 n p.a Simpson .and her sariinspiredwestern which I have found to be does indicate that you are sir and Mrs. L. R. Jones. f ,4'l

ly/ clothes. helpful: determined survive as an individual

." L Created at the request of the Try not to fret over non- with some energy left Fresh FlareStill
Indian government from rich with which to savour life.
essentials. If the dress had s
silks and brocades the you another fresh
princess flare is
:". planned to wear to a party If you would like to have a Brush on Once Lattt far Month
formals mandarin coats tunics slightly shaped b'ut-
shirt
= ,
doesn't leaflet "Individual
get back from the Happiness
my toning from J JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH : Simply brush Johnston.
or theater suits had simplicity olline. cleaner in time well, wear ," send a stamped, self- down the,side.to the the shoulder ]No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills t

I something else, but don't waste addressed envelope with your the hemline the dress floor. At stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective>' fa
aI Sari Drape Shown energy on it. request for it to Josephine into black burst J months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets.
Then an American model in a and white checked
Lowman in care of The Remember No-Roach roaches.
I If : means no
muslin, petticoat took over the your child catches a cold, Gainesville Son.Good I gingham ruffles'each; tier a

/ / 1rw small stage in the circular room and the plumbing goes haywireand small, smaller, smallest set Available At All FOOD FAIR Stores ...
the strawberries
i
of
you ordered checks.
of the Indian pavilion so that an Dessert
are unusable and the I
Indian miss could demonstrate)
plaster falls and Aunt Susie
for the'' fashion 'press the sever- Easy and delicious dessert: I

.r:w t ro.r al ways to drape a sari. arrives the with eve of her a two dinner poodlesone party. chocolate pudding layered PRE- # ... .... A**

Instant designing and with and
easy lady fingers sprinkled -
..... which you had hoped would be
ironing were two virtues of the with macaroon crumbs. ,
attractive don't r
cry. Just sit t
six-yards-long gold threaded I Dry the macaroons before ir.
down in the middle of the mess,
r saris which'the American women and laugh. Almost all hectic trying to crush them.Don't' ., i

/I N1 a. .i y a u..aprn r.w r '+ 4, a., recognized immediately. situations have an element of .# ,*.
There was still another. Peel It
humor in them. .
When the Indian wife is shorton .

pocket money, she can'liter- For heaven's' sake don't t' When rhubarb is young and .

7. S.E. ht Ave. FR 6-5348 ally hock her sari for its weight waste your glands being sendLive ,tender, it does not need to be
about what
I in gold. someone
sandr f' :A'

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Star-Gazers, Once B lack-Robed, Are Now Reaching for the Mnnn. .: m f*M n* '"

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have probably never met one.They're H you talk to, him and his public recognition on this say-' sum of money astronomershad jnomlcal' by five center being developed When the huge telescope on ing lasts as long as a phy foreign languages; and public
European nations I Palomar
nocturnal, mostly, words have little meaning ant of the night. ever been given to spend and this Mountain 100 miles sician's. Twenty years or more affairs, because today he
and dwell on mountain tops in to you it's because he thinksin Once he wore black robes and was $6 million in private funds northern country Chile.A .on the peaksof I to south of Los Angeles was opened'of study pass before? he wins his spends a great deal of public
silvery domes that open only at a poly-glot jargon of technical public view in 1948, nonpro-doctorate. and is involved
peaked cap, and ordinary folk -the cost of the 200-inch telescope 'fessional : money consequently. -
night. terms invented to con-: Palomar few years ago discoverythat visitors were rare. in fcfliflcs.
thought he could tell the future on Mountain in The
But they do come down into vey ideas beyond the ken of'from the stars. i Southern California. the atmosphere of Mars Last year more than 15,000 hada be astronomer today must ADVERTISEMENT _
a master of
the cities glimpse through the giant mathematicsand
occasionally, to ordinary mortals.
their wives, kiss their kids greet and If he seems like he's from an- When it became a national Since 1957, some $50 million In was even thinner than supposed glass eye of light from objects physics. Now Many Wr r '
goal to rocket humans into the government money has been would have rated attention only trillions of miles
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You couia, conceivably, bump is what he deals with most of and planets, only the astronomer Foundation to Kitt Peak National wins headlines in all In 1957, the nation's universities and chemistry, so he can_understand With Litfle'Worr
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into : Other worlds. the Y
one. could plot the trajectoriesand Observatory at Tucson, Ariz., over the world because it counted 168 graduates in astronomy make-upvf other plan- Eailk-laugh aaeize.
If you do and his clothes looka But treasure the meeting -, guess what the explorers and the National Radio-Astronomy means 'more millions than by last year the number -'ets; biology and botany; electronics fear of Insecure false ct teeth drooping without,
little rumpled, it's probably you've just met a new kind of:would encounter on their ar- Observatory at Green Bank, planned must be spent Jearning had risen to 524 and hundreds and engineering the holds slipping plates or firmer wobbling.ar-1 FASTEETH more com
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u.s. Expected To Seek Indictment (J I I !Banker" ""'\: 'y." .

Police Pay-Off in. Harlem

Is Slain II

Against the Communist Party Ktm ark lrtttttS I The sergeant returned to his afford to stay in business much
NEW car and the numbers man left longer." 2
In MiamiMIAMI YORK This is the
story of a payoff by a policy the bar and entered a nearby Cominenting on t the payoff, he

WASHINGTON (AP) The to register,'and $10,000 for fail-. represented in public by .its of- That's why, it was learned, AP Mossier numbers man to_a police ser- barber shop.A said the sergeant makes more
government is expected to seeka ing to file a registration statement ficials, who clearly label them- government experts are nearly ( ) -Jacques geant in central Harlem. It took barber, who takes the num- than I. d
new indictment' soon againstthe selves members of the party sold on the reindictment ; owner of banks in the Mid -. place on June 1 and was :vit- bers bets as a sideline, had The payoff, according to the

u.s. Communist party, The U.S. Court of Appeals re- and disregard the possibility of on this unusual plan: ami area and the Middle West, nessed by this reporter duringan watched the police car drive up. numbers banker, tikes place every

which has refused to register as versed the conviction last De- self-incrimination. -To seek out a volunteer, be was found slain today in his investigation of the numbers He had served as a lookout two weeks, each: time at a
an agent of the Soviet Union. cember. A de- I from the window for
barbershop
three-judge panel he racket.A different location.
Nevertheless, the court refused lawyer, newspaperman or apartment in a luxurious Key I
This it learned is cided that the party officers other unaffiliated numbers banker dressed in any unsual activity while the
Asked
was to reconsider the decision. individual. Biscayne residential building. I for comment on this
the course most likely to be followed -the who should have registered had The Supreme Court. ,when the .=To inform the party, somehow Dade County police said the a dark silk suit, entered a ,bar; "cops were in the area. He account of the payoff, Police
constitutional to I II motioned to the numbers banker
right -
by the Justice Depart- protect department took its case there, that a volunteer is ready, 69-year-old Mossier has been' on Lenox Avenue at 1:15 p.m. Commissioner Michael J. Murphy
themselves from self-in- I that it all right to leave
was
ment in reaction to a court decision also,declined to review it. willing and qualified to registerit. stabbed. He went to a corner at the rear, -
crimination. The panel held fur- the shop. thanked the New York
upsetting a 1961 convic- .. of the bar and counted out $1-
of his
ther that the burden was on the The loss was a bitter pill. It They said members Times for the information and
500 in small The numbers banker
tion of the party on the same home found bills ((5's, 10's and20's carrying -
charge. government to prove that there had taken more :than 10 yearsof -To give the party a reason family returning : ). Some of the money had the, brown paper bag con- said he would begin an immediate
. litigation before the Supreme able time to' bake up the offer him lying on the floor. Other
was someone available to volun- just been collected from a num- taining the money, walked slow- .investigation.
Government sources indicated Court. in June 1961, upheld the and '''register.To details were Snot at once avail-
tarily register the partysomeone bers' controller: and four num- ly from the barbershop to the
the new indictment will be who would not be concernedwith constitutionality of an order of .- go before a grand jury, able.Mossier bers runners. squad car. He tossed the bag
painstakingly timed possiblythis possible self-incrimination the Subversive Activities Con- ,should the party balk, and ob- had controlling inter- Accompanied by this reporter, onto the back seat and returned Jamaica Swept
to allow the trol Board which had found that est in the Central Bank and
summer- gov- The government, demanding I tain a new indictment. the banker walked toward amen's to the bar.
ernment to avoid the pitfall full-court reconsideration said the party was a Communistaction Trust Co. of Miami, in which his I Winds
: By
The official decision of High
I coursewon't room. The door was opened The white bar owner then tooka
which won the Communists a the[ 'law that the group, dominated and con- pretty blonde wife, Candace, be-
requires partybe
be
disclosed
until the in- by an electric buzzer operated
fifth of whisky from the bar,
reversal of the 1961 conviction.At registered, not that the per- trolled by the Soviet ,Union. dictment is returned. came a director last year. from behind the bar. put in into a brown bag and II I MIAMI (AP) A squall with

that time, the party was son who performs the registration The Justice Department still Once registered, the partyas He also controlled the 'Central In the men's room, the placed it on the front seat of winds gusting 40 miles an hcur
convicted of failing to register be a member of the party. is considermg'what new stepsto the only Communist action Coral Gables First National banker stuffed the money into a the squad car. The car drove swept Jamaica Monday night as
.with the attorney general, as re The government made. clear 'take against,the party, in the group in the United States Bank of Chicago and the American brown paper bag that he had off, with the patrolman driverat an easterly wave traveled west-
quired by the Internal SecurityAct that it felt the party's use of light of the Court of Appeals de- would be required to make Bank and Trust Co. of South taken from a right hand jacket the wheel and the sergeantat ward through the Caribbean.The .

of 1950, arid sentenced to the Fifth Amendment was a cision. It has been studying two available its records report its Bend, Ind. He also owned a pocket. Holding the bag in his his side. It was then 2:05 Weather Bureau at Mi-
$120,000 fine $10,000 sham. It said the party, throughits principal alternatives whether chain of finance companies.
a -
pay finances. .label its publicationsand hand, ,he went to the bar and pan. ami said winds diminished
early
each of 11 days past the dead- wide open propaganda program I to reindict the party or to in other ways disclose to The 'Mosslers came from ordered a scotch on the rocks.At .
line in which the party failed never has hesitated to be retry the old indictment.The the: government virtually every Houston, Tex., to Miami sever- 2 p.m. a squad car from Back at the bar, the numbers Forecasters today to highs said of 25 the to 35 easterlywave MPH.

latter would require the move it makes. al years ago.STEEL the 32nd precinct, driven by a banker ordered another scotch has weakened considerably -

government to provethat a vol- It's for that reason that the patrolman, parked a few doors and complained about what he and merits
notice.
hardly
AT THE unteer was available back in party already whittled downto TRADING down the street from the bar, considered the excessive amountof

1961, to register the party. That' less than 10,000 members-is Steel imports last year total- A police sergeant got out and "protection" he was being Hurricane hunter planes which

course of action would be en-I' fighting to the' last ditch to ed about 5.5 million tons while walked into the bar. The white forced to pay. i investigated the squall line over

ormously complicated and ten- avoid formally registering with exports dropped to slightly bar owner signaled assuringlywith "This game is almost up for the weekend did not plan another -
LIBRARY"The uous, at best, in the courts. the Justice Department. more than 2 million tons. j a slight wave of the hand. Negroes," he said. "We can't trip.
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A. GERALD LANGFORDMr.
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of revelations he becomes uid"Laurencej( ) an accountof

aware that the driving force a sojourn among the nomads _

which enabled him to overcomethe Somaliland. _

tremendous odds inherent in GENERAL INTEREST 1st. 2nd 3rd d
building the spire was not love '; July t ti
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ling him to order' construction "I Just Happen to Have Some

of the spire, was due to favor- Pictures" (Ethridge) a book "
Itism rather than to his merit for grandparents; "A Star Call- t I I fi1. MOST STORES ARE

The physical and spiritual ills ed the Sun" (Gamow) a guideto .

combine to destroy the old man. what science has discovered L OPENFRI.
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Questionnaires that must be Russian contemporary novel CANOVA DRUGS FOLDS HARDWARE L & L MEN'S SHOP PERSONALITY SHOP STOCK'S WOOLWORTM'S
Ned out before taking the test individual rights vs. rights ,. CITY DRUG CO. GRESHAM DRUGS LANIER RUTHERFORD'S SMITH-DECK-STORM HATCHERS JEWELERS

an be picked up at post offices the state; "The Stone CHESNUT'S GEIGER'S LIGHTER'S RUDDY'S UNIVERSITY'fGAIHH'lrLLt SUN
i the four cities.A (Laurence) episodes Off COX FURNITURE CO.CHERRY'S HOFFMAN'S LIBBYE'S ROBERTSON'S NEWS STAND

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Rundown, of Bryantfs Appointees Shows 'Hopes' for Burns' Men. \

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By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE y will go to early believers indicates he won because a majority it's the last race that counts. for the Racing Commission at haps, Mayo. An enjoy travel pointed to the Board of Con- eligible and available people to \.

-- If Hay-who remained faithful. of the new, second primary NOT UNIQUEThe $6,000 a year. allowances and certain prequi trol. Hans Tanzler of Jackson- serve in the nominally full-time

I don Burns 'become governor, You could voters simply didn't want matter of resolving the degree Tom Cobb of Daytona Beach, sites such as the Racing Com- ville became Judge of the Criminal places among the appointeesthe

any of the seats.at the)head ta.I -.say who that hope those for the other fellow. of political obligation is a campaign troubleshooter like- mission's box at race tracks. Court of Record. public regards as nearest (

serving of pa Crackera No politico can justfiably ticklish but certainly not wise remained in private prac- Wendell Jarrard, then of Pen There were other Bryant lead- the governor.
unique. Fuller Warren had this tice, adding the attorneysh
tronage fare claim much credit for riding sacola, an old family friend from ers in the' '56 campaign but Explaining why there were
Politicsble problem, as did Dan McCartyand for the Road Department at $6-
will be placed those are the ones whose names Restaurant Commissioner R. A.
that tide. The third table crowdcan Ocala, became Chairman Di-
at three tables,! Farris Bryant. A reasona- 000 a year plus $25 an hour for f
stick in What
happenedto Riedel and Motor Vehicle Com-
\ each expect only the leavings. bly fair analogy may be drawn work approved by B r y a n is rector of the Development Com- memory. .
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: lug participation Whenever a man runs for gov- between the campaigns of Bry- Road Department Chairman. mission. The chairmanship is good pattern for what may be among the five administrators
,in another of the three ernor and loses, then ant, who lost in '56 but won in and the '
runs again Three of the six members of I honorary directorship, expected by his 60 leadership the Governor said that because
| Democratic primary campaigns and wins, questions of priority 60, and Burns, who lost in 60 the Bryant road board were full-time, pays $14,000. There.is should Burns become governor. Riedel and Livingston already
Burns waged. arise in the distribution of the but won in 64. '56 supporters. William T. Mayoof reason to believe that Jarrard Jobs, of course, are only one lived here they could afford to I
Burns appears to be in an ex plums. Did defeat wipe out the Let's see how Bryant took Tallahassee, Max Brewer of I assumed the directorship not for kind of gubernatorial patronage. 'take the jobs at the salaries
ceptionally good situation.' He original obligation? After all, care of those who had faith in Titusville and John Monahan of i the money but to insure the day- paid. Riedel draws $11,000; Liv- C
owes little, if anything, to those the race tracks don't payout him in 56: Fort Lauderdale draw $6,000 a to-day control of the Commis- DIFFERENT IMAGE 'ingston, $11,600.Paradoxically.
who to him in the on the losing when The fact that only twoKynesand
swung only races a year, and Mayo an additional sion's operations which he felt
runoff. The margin of victory horse finally wins. For them. James F. Kynes Ocala,Bry $10,000 a year as administratorof was necessary to put his hard- Jarrard-wound up in Bry- as Mayor
ant's '56 state campaign mana- ant's "little cabinet" illustratesthe Burns will find, if elected,
the interstate road system.PARTTIMERS sell promotional program into
ger, first became Executive As-, difference between the pub- when he puts together his offi-
I total effect. He
recently'relin-
Screen Guild Strike Looms sistant (the No. 1 man after the I quished the directorship.Julian 'lic and the real image of that cial family, there are literally
I Governor) and then Attorney Joe Bill Rood of Bradenton is group of administrators respon- hundreds of State emplojes paid .
HOLLYWOOD (AP) The time after midnight Tuesday, a General at $19,500. Willard Ayres secretary of the Racing Com Lane was Bryant's key sible for the operation of those more than some of the officials
Screen Actors Guild has announced spokesman said. of Ocala, the co-manager, mission at $4,200. This is a part- man in Tampa.but Lane had his State agencies directly under upon whose talents he will have I
that contract negotiations The union is seeking higherpay elected to remain in private time job, as are all of those list own political career to pursue the supervision of the governor. to depend in considerable mea
with television film producers for film reruns and foreign ,practice (the usual course for ed with the exception of the and became mayor there. Ches- Governor Bryant once put a sure for the public image of
BRYANT have broken down, and the exhibition of television films. lawyers) but serves as attorney places held by Kynes and, per- ter Whittle of Orlando was ap finger on the problem of finding the Burns administration. .I

guild is preparing to strike.

Strike ballots have been sent
to 15,000 members of the AFL- You Can Count on Us Quality Costs No More at Spars,
CIO union. If 75 per cent authorize -
a walkout, it will come any-


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'No -Iss' e1kdf4 Viet : "Nani Explained 'h Lodg e 1.1 .



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WASHINGTON (AP) Henry He adds: months as ambassador to South White House, then went before comes an issue whether,the pol- The second question, why did to go better and I felt my duty Q. There has been much

Cabot Lodge, expanding on his "If you have a disaster in foreign Viet ,Nam, returned Monday to newsmen with Lodge at his sideto iticians make it one or not Happily I! wait, is really the question, was to be here. speculation in,the United States
relations than that be- help Pennsylvania Gov.'WilliamW. express public thanks for his I see no prospect of any what made me come home early Q. Did the messages come about the possibility of strikinginto
view that he doesn't see how comes an issue whether the pol- Scranton in his campaign for services in Saigon. disaster.Q. ? I was not waiting, nor wasI from Governor Scranton and: North Viet Nam and pos-
U.S. policy in the Viet Nam war 'friends of his? I sibly China. Do.you:favor. such
iticians make it one or not. Happily the presidential SIn
could become a campaign issue, Republican replying to questions submitted ,How do you propose to intending to come home this strategy?- .
I see no prospect of nomination. A. No, they came from per-
any to him by Wes Gal- Senator
how it gets overcome 0Goldwater'slong early. But I got from
don't
"I see messages ,
says :disaster..n sons interested in me who want- A. The answer to that question
make it President with lagher, general manager of the lead for the nomination?
met
votes how can Johnson I esteemed
you friends-people ,
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say- infor
classified
do the into
ed to see me right thingin gets
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Press, Lodge said And why did you wait so long
who theThe
Lodge after at
a good issue. resigned 10 the retiring ambassador ing hat if I came early it this campaign. mation.
in Viet Nam
"things started to to come home to enter the cam
go better and I felt it was my paign? might m!ke a difference in lS

Personality Shop .duty to be here" to help Scran- Governor Scranton's campaign.Then "Dropoutsll
A. That's two questions. With High School
things in Viet Nam started
I
ton.The
respect the first one, I'm not
Here's News questions had been askedof sure he has such a long lead. I
Exciting Lodge in Saigon, but he said remember when The AP gave Glades Show Lose $25 to $50 per weekNEW
he preferred to defer his replies
Senator Taft a long lead over
until his resignation became ef- '' YORK, N.Y. (Special)- This preparation can be competed -
General' Eisenhower in 1952. Recent Government show quickly spare
fective Monday. Success reports as as your
1 You can't take the delegate Big that persons without' a High time permits.
The questions and Lodge's re- pledges at face value. School Diploma earn $25-$50 less I The: State diploma issued when:
I'plies included: NEW YORK (AP) Seminole per week than High School Grad you pass the High School Equiva-
bIUINGS Q. Governor Scranton disagrees (The current AP survey of Indians and reptiles highlightedthe uates. A High School Diplomahas lency Exams receives general Civil
actually been estimated to be:acceptance in busniess and
with you that the war in GOP convention delegates lists opening of the Florida Ever- worth $250,000 during a person's Service as the equivalent of a
South Viet Nam should not be 693 first ballot votes for Sen. glades show area at" the World's lifetime.To regular 4 year High School Di
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an issue in,the campaign. Now Barry Goldwater of Arizona Fair Monday. I help overcome the tremen- ploma. Men and women, who
dous "Dropout" problem, States.lack a High School Diploma are
that you are supporting him, 38 more than the 655 needed for
From coast to coast row offer a being urged to follow the thou-,
STARTS TOMORROW July 1st how do you expect to resolve nomination if they stick with Officials said the show was a Special High School Equivalency sands of "Dropouts" who have
A: this difference? I him. Of these, 118 are from smashing success drawing big Diploma. This diploma is being !already bettered themselves by.
crowds. made available to the 62,000,000 getting a high school education.An
A. .I, have not said it should primary election commitments, adults who never finished High informative Home Study
not be an ,issue. I have said I 257 from delegates instructedby Featured were the Ross Allen School. School Booklet is being offered
1. DRESSES don't see how it could be.'I don't state or district GOP con- reptile show from Silver Springsand The Board of Regents of the free of charge to serious minded
State of New York has chartered persons who need a High School
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Senate* to Hear Scranton : I New TodayIn
Jersey Impressed by Barry : HistoryBy "

Vying For
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. ferred for an hour, then de- sorry the delegates decided according to an Associated THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Report by LodgeWASHINGTON Barry Goldwater goes prospecting cided not to vote on any com- against a pledge. Case said he Press survey lists 12 delegatesfor Today is Wednesday, July 1,
111. Support for Republican National mitment now in the race for expects twothirds'or more of Scranton, nine for Goldwater the 183rd day of 1964.. There
Convention delegates in Illinois the Republican presidential the 40 delegates will vote for
'(APHenryCabot ) Happily I see no prospect of CHICAGO AP) Gov. William and Michigan today after a New nomination. Scranton at the convention open- one for New York Gov. Nel- are. 183 days left In the year.
Lodge;) takes time out today disaster. Jersey decision that kept that ing July 13. son A. Rockefeller, three for Today's highlight in history:
W. Scranton of "They voted to to San
from politicking to assure A majority of the five Repub- Pennsyl- delegation uncommitted, and go former Vice President Richard.
senators that the South Viet lican members of the Foreign vania, scrambling to'prevent a buoyed the hopes of his supporters when Francisco and find the full facts The New Jersey count now, M. Nixon and 15 uncommitted. On this date in 1898, Col.
Nam war is "on the track." Relations group seemed likelyto first-ballot nomination of Re- there. they get out there and Theodore Roosevelt's "RoughRider"

But Lodge's assessment of side with a GOP House task publican presidential contender, Heckled by a throng of civil that then time make," said up their the state minds chair-at I Lynda at Fair I Thirty-nine back of the 58 Illinois regiment of volunteer
delegates Goldwater
,
conditions in Saigon, where he force which Monday accusedthe Sen. Barry Goldwater, vies for rights demonstrators, Gold- man, Webster B. Todd. one cavalry charged across open
favors Nixon and the othersare
served as U.S. ambassador be- Johnson administration of votes with the Arizona senator water took his case to the New I NEW YORK (AP) Lynda Fields against entrenched Span
fore resigning to help Pennsyl- following "a "Why win?" policyin Jersey delegation in Trenton He said Goldwater "made a Bird Johnson, daughter of the not committed. ish forces on top of San Juan

vania Gov. ,William W. Scranton -; Viet Nam and proposed a today. Monday night. He spent an hourin very good impression. President, went to the fair Mon- Goldwater's appeal to Michi hill in Cuba. The Spaniards fled
try to win the GOP presidential more active U.S. role in com- The two will make separate a. closed-door caucus, then Judy Fernald, cochairman of day. Her visit to the New York gan delegates will come at and Roosevelt and his men
nomination, seemed batting Communist guerrillas. one-hour request appearances slipped out through the hotel the senator's New Jersey World's Fair was a surprise, of- Lansing tonight. Four Michigan gazed at Santiago ahead.
likely to encounter( bipartisan On'the'Democratic'side, Sen. before the key Illinois Republican garage and a back ,street to forces, predicted he would get ficials said.Accompanied. delegates have already declared On this date
criticism in 'an appearance be- Wayne Morse of, Oregon has delegation to- the July 13 avoid the ,milling, >shouting 15 or 20 of New Jersey's 40 I their support for the senator.
fore the Senate Foreign Rela- been flailing away at the administration's San Francisco convention. Alsoto throng of pickets-and Goldwater votes. by White House The other 44 are tied to Gov. In 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg
tions and Armed Services Com- course in South- is Harold Stassen, fans-that packed the side- Sen. Clifford P. Case, who aides and Secret Service men, George Romney to support began.
mittees. He returned to Wash- east Asia, demanding the withdrawal another appear candidate for the presidential walks. favors Pennsylvania Gov. William -.she toured the federal, General him as a favorite sqn or follow I In 1941, the Latvian capital of
ington Monday.And of U.S. troops. nomination.The New Jersey delegates con- W. Scranton, said he was'Motors, and Ford pavilions. his lead at the convention. Riga was captured by the Nazis.

his contention that U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari:
in the Vietnamese war zona, front runner in the GOP, latest Associated Press
policy '
poll of delegates Jists 693 ten-
nomination battle his
could not become a campaign gave
"full endorsement" to the taskforce's tatively committed to Goldwater -
issue was widely disputed by were' and 138 for Scranton. Thirty- UlJlY1/lDAllY
findings which j Clw
Republicans. nine of the 58 Illinois
'critical of South Viet Nam ,developments -I' delegatesare
Lodge said in answer to a in which Lodge.had pledged to Goldwater, 1 to .
series of questions submitted by former Vice President Richard T
played a part.
Wes Gallagher, general manager Goldwater said in a statement M. Nixon and 18 uncommitted. "M1 W@J\T'
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of The Associated Press, that the report set forth "rea- Scranton, while on a delegate-
that "I don't see how it gets sons why this administration's seeking drive in the South Mon- I

votes" for the Republicans. diplomatic and military blun- day, challenged Goldwater to a'acetoface
"I have not said that it (South ders are a basic issue in the I debate before the
Viet Nam) should not be an 1964 election campaign. Illinois delegation. The challenge Craftsman 20inchfla1e
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issue. with another Republican?
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relations, then that be- that the navigation season at will put his appeal to Re- ith
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r Tuesday, June 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13

Realtor M. M. Parrish
urgedthe
GainesvilleCITY commission consider'the 2 ChildrenDie ,Klansmen Under Trial in Bombing of Negro Home

extension into the northwest .
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area beyond the- city limits to ,as Jet JACKSONVILLE (AP) The viously all white elementary. liam Sterling Rosecrans Jr.. 31, I en years in prison.f
federal court trial of five Ku school. I who pleaded guilty of conspiracyin : Defense attorneys Include J.B.
175.He Rams Home Klux Klansmen accused of violating Those charged in the federal the bombing of the Godfrey Klux Klan
I noted that at least three Stoner, otAtlan atq.
the constitutional rights ofa warrants are: Donald Eugene home. He was sentenced to sevs of
other motor lodges' the size of attorney AHoweUJVashington
COMMISSION Home's are planning to build HAVERHILL, Mass. (AP) young Negro boy started today! Spegal, 31; Barton H. Griffin, Nashville Tenn.,and Matt Murphy -
[ the and at least!A silent and pilotless Jet fighter with the selection of jurors. 35; Jacky Don Harden, 25; Willie Jr. of Birmingham, Ala.
along highway }slashed into a sleeping neighborhood The five were arrested by Eugene Wilson, 39; and Rob-
Fallout Shelter The hearings will continue six service.stations are propos early today, brushing half FBI agents March 12 after an ert Pittman Gentry, 25, all of SOME LIBRARY ,The trial.was postponed for 24
until all complaints about ed. I a dozen homes and a dozen cars I investigation of the Feb. 16 Jacksonville. The Library of Congress had hours Monday at the request of
equalized taxes are heard, City Utilities Director John Kelly Before exploding into a house at'bombing of the home of Donald Their arrest came nine days a staff of 2,900 persons last assistant U.S. attorney William
Cost Trimmed Finance Officer Clarence said cost of the extension, the end of the street, killing twochildren Godfrey, 6, who attended a pre- after FBI agents arrested Wil t year and expended $29 million. Hamilton Jr. -
roughly estimated at $59,500, .
O'Neill explained.Last .
Just over $4,000 was trimmed year, only one public would be paid for within 21 Todd Gifford, 10, and his sis I
i from the construction cost of installation.He .
months after the
Pamela when
8
hearing was held before the ter, perished
1 the city's first fallout shelter to said he based his figure on
in their
commission on tax complaints. they were trapped one-
be incorporated in the new fire Preparation of the new city the estimated $2,000amonth story ranch house and burned to /A1w14LT
station number four by city budget, which .goes into effecton utilities bill Home's would pay.. death. & : '
commissioners last night. Oct. 1, is scheduled to begin Commissioner Alan Suther. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. f{
Changes approved by the later this summer. land opposed the sewer exten Earl H. Gifford, escaped practically !
commission cut the cost from'J8.J,96.J sion, arguing that areas with. unhurt. .
to $79,995. in the"city limits should be The pilot of the Massachusetts
The building will have fallout Motor Lodge extending .
I careful for before Air National Guard F86 Capt.
shelter space for 300 people in AiredIt "any long- tentacle" be'ondthe I D. ,F. Sullivan of Boston, ejected .
: addition to the normal fire protection Request city limits." from the crippled jet and

Commissioners facilities. also instructed took city commissioners He said the proposal did not t parachuted into the nearby Mer-
more than two hours to debate meet future needs of the area, rimack River.
architect Myrl Hanes, also
one of the three city hall architects the merits and demerits of a citing projected population reports He was rescued by a Coast
to study feasibility of request from Home's Motor in northwest Gainesville. Guard helicopter.
the Low
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including fallout shelter spaceIn Lodge that city sewer, water A spokesman for Homes alarm fire that damaged several -
the new city hall and other and utility services be extended last night told the commissionthat other homes.
future public buildings. "to the Newberry Road-Interstate the corporation will contribu'te
75 area I $25,000 of the total cost
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Is Jfcodge* 5 ,Another Slow Starter? JULY JAMBOREE SALEAn

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By JNrIJS- MARLOW" -., Lodge; quit,his job as U.S. ambassador -:adding: race as one of the outstanding er persons whom he refused to All Weather Set! Use Indoors or Out Doors!Genuine Redwood!
Associated: =Press rNew*'Analyst to help Scranton's "I will say nothing in the governors of the nation. name.
fight, arrived here Monday, weeks ahead to diminish that Then the senator said that on For some days after startingout
WASHINGTON (AP) Henry made a farewell report to Presi- respect. On the issues, I will be Dec. 18, 1963 a couple of in pursuit of Goldwater, 'EtjJREDWOOD' AND ALUMINUM
Cabot Lodge can e:'home from dent Johnson at the White vigorous with all' the power at weeks before he officially an- Scranton didn't mention the sen-

Viet Nam..to.tr/.to. slop 'Sen. House, and then held a news my command. On personalities I nounced his candidacy he received -ator by name.
Barry Goldwa- conference.He will be silent." the following letter from But he attacked the "dime } FOLDING PATIO SET
Scranton who is now trying to store feudalism" of "radicals of
ter but :from AnalysIs.or .. said the Republicans must 'But almost at'the moment he block him from the nomination: the right" and said this is not
what he said- not. nominate "an imprudentman disclosed this telegram he was "I read in the newspapersthat the time to join '"extreme reac-
reWhat The DElUXE TWIN$ ALL
rather TTa//
an impulsive man." But without mentioning him by you are reappraising your tionaries who are, anything but ARMCHAIR! FOUR PIECES
fused to say NewsMeans he wouldn't criticize Goldwaterby name a "weird parody" of situation to decide whetherto conservative." .
you might get I ,Asked if he regardedthe traditional Republican prin- own But he warned some of his COffg TABl f
'I name. be a candidate for the presi- 99
the he wasn't impression ex r I senator as impulsive, Lodge ciples.He dential nomination. I hope you volunteer workers: "1. don't : : RESISTAMT 19
want'anybody in the least
said"people can draw their own .and I would like way
f actly belligerent But you never attacked what he referredto decide to run, ,. .
need "
getting personal we "t1
; every
can tell. conclusions. as the "shoot from the hip, the opportunity, albeit imperti- vote we can get" One of Gold- .ROcRJI III 1"1.00' D"
Pennsylvania's Gov. WilliamW. When Scranton announced rather than think from the head ment, to discuss this with .M-
water's supporters, Sen. Norris v'. ,,, t ,, .... ..,' _, .. :
Scranton, who is trying to June 12 he was going to cam- foreign policy," again without you." Cotton of New Hampshire, gar? ,, PAkr r tNur t I
beat Goldwater for the Republican -,paign for the nomination, mak- naming names. As he warmedup Goldwater said they later discussed -spoke up shortly afterward.He 6ir ft 6uah/ / Halrrlre rn1
presidential nomination,'ing it a clear stopGoldwatermove he threw out phrases against it. Scranton, asked must have been having the +r Tears S rite
started off on a no-name basis, he sent the Arizonan a "radical' reactionaries." about this letter after he started same thoughts as Scranton for
too. It took him a while .to get telegram, telling Goldwater how Goldwater responded with "I running himself, said he had he said if the governor continuedto -.
steamed up. ] much he respected him, and welcome Bill Scranton into the sent a similar letter to two oth- attack. : .the. senator. and took .. I

opposing sides .on issues, ne .
might make himself unacceptable "
to Goldwater's supporters,

ciI9I4i4InaIlJ: even if he succeeded in .stop y ./
ping the Arizonian at the Republican -
convention in ,July.
Jamboree"STARTS But by last weekend Scrantonwas
"July criticizing Goldwater by A a' 4 tl,

name and, in making one of his
tvaf.p sharpest attacks on him,said he
:4' ,,:k:: WEDNESDAYJuly lacks the qualities required of a YEARS of
x; l 'rR 1st For 3 Days president p; RUt6ED

Meanwhile, he had said repeatedly x'y )'I #" USE!
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_I tt water if he gets the nominationand : r attla /itfit Uri if pi fit, SURD
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Johnson Oswald Lone Assassin, Says Bobby I

Boosts Hunt i
WOOLWORTH
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -,was a "misfit In society" and said. "It was the single act of time the attorney general had
Robert F. Kennedy declared Oswald's professed belief in an individual protesting against spoken publicly about who
For TrioPHILADELPHIA Monday night that his brother communism did not prompt him society." I killed his brother.

the assassinated president, was to murder the president. There has been considerable, The question came up during!.
,Miss (AP-not the victim of a conspiracyor "Ideology in my opinion did speculation in Europe that the the second day of his visit to
of communism.The not motivate his act" Kennedy
Poland.Before leaving the country -
civil
-The search for the three
slayings of Kennedy and of Os- '
U.S. general tolda
attorney this afternoon Kennedy was
rights workers who vanished Polish in Krakow Market wald by Dallas cafe owner Jack
questioner scheduled to go to Czestochowa,
nine days ago was stepped up: Egg of .
"there is no question" that Lee Ruby were part a conspiracy.Aides spiritual center of Catholic Po'
President -
of
at the direction n
i today Harvey Oswald killed President JACKSONVILLE (AP-North said it was the first land.
r Johnson. John F. Kennedy and "did it east Florida egg market pricesto
The Mississippi Highway Patrol .,on his own and by himself." retailers : H
also made it clear it was Hieronym Kubiak, 25, head of Extra large 41&-46 mostly 44- the Pierce,Wulbern,Murphey
in this red-clay hill country of the Polish Student Union had 45; large 39V4-43 mostly 42-43;
Corp
east central Mississippi to stay asked Kennedy for his version medium 32-37 mostly 32-34.; 33'2N. MAIN ST PHONE 376-1291
, until authorities find out what of his brother's assassination in small 24\ -28 mostly 26. JAMBOREE !
Stock
Members New York Exchange r
I happened to the missing trio. Dallas, Tex., last Nov. 22. Poultry at farms: fryers 14%; -- I
Robert W Kuhn Harry S. Myles
that Oswald hens
Kennedy replied light.
Rita Schwerner, 22, wife_ of .
Michael Schwerner of Brooklyn I I
one of the missing men, asked I
the President Monday to send LIBBYE'S sa'c's '3 V VF
to Mississippi to joinin "' t '
5,000 men II ; s% k t> s'Qip
the search.

Mrs.Schwerner, after meeting;! PRE-
with the President at the White! =
c.NE 4 f I
House, told newsmen Johnson[I : QS
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many.advised her he couldn't send so 4' I Iit


Schwerner, 24; AndrewGood. Large .
another white New .' 1y a
man, 20, :
Yorker; and James Chaney, 22, Groups Of! -- r ... : i 4

a Negro from nearby Meridian. .
were last seen June 21, when "'I c
they were freed from jail hereafter I yaQy ", ;

posting a $20 bond in a <.; .yh4 4'4'-
traffic case. y y I ,

Before Mrs. Schwerner visit. ,.. 'f > _
ed the White House, press secre- S C *
tary George Reedy told reporters ,, 'f S $
that efforts to find the trio CJ "' '" --S.j c. ,
had been stepped up and ex !. /
panded.Mrs. ..n'f, CJ'f (7p v :trt 'z: I
.Schwerner said the PresIdent Qv v .
assured her that the fed .

eral government is "doing ; y
everything in its power." .
The President, Mrs. Schwer- .i p.
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ner added, said if he "consid- .#
ered it useful to send more men,
then he would send more." OUTDOOR FURNITURE

Federal and state authorities 0'J j ,
joined by 100 sailors from the ii ,
Navy airfield at Meridian, con- 1/3 1 lost what ever!"outdoor
tinued their search in the hills 97 living room"needs-folding -
97
and snake-infested swamps of I lightweight chaise and aluminum.chair in

Neshoba County. Webbed in attractive
State game wardens' using green and white plastic
radio-equipped skiffs, draggedthe that wipes or "hoses"
i inn i
clean. 5-poation chaise
muddy Pearl River and other -
doubles as bed. Off
sea-
bodies of water in the area."We've I CHAISE
CHAIR son folds-away com
covered 55 miles of ALL SALES FINAL USE CENTRAL CHARGE partly. Inexpensive.
_
the Pearl itself and haven'tfound '.
even a net," said Dewitt .
Hutton of the State Game and .

Fish Commission.The Ladies' High Style
FBI ordered several thou LIBBYE'S

sand circulars of the three SUMMER DRESSES ,'
youths distributed in a five- I
state area. The circulars asked
Rt9ulor l $5.95
anyone with information.to call Cotton In woven and broadcloth.,
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16 Garnes jU ::S 'n .. Tuesday, June. 30 1964 \

.... well, 219 NW 3rd Ave.. $18. Dennis P. $10. Tommy L. Bass 1601 Waldo Rd..1 $150 and driver's license suspended three decal. $5.Sentences. two days.' parking out of assigned area.
Vldal 1832 NW 10th Ave., ran red light. speeding $25. Stephen Johnson. 918 NE i months. Ty C. Drake Jr., 23 NE 44th : Carolyn N.White 1112 NW SI or one day.
$10. Willie Young. 103 SE 14th Lane no 25th St., ran red light $10. Jeanette St.. careless driving, $25 disorderly conduct 1st Place careless driving $10 or three Nebhan KU'Chandiramanf 212 U Fla.
I driver's license $20. Willie Young 103 Meadows. Live Oak. ran red light $10. $25. days. Chester T. Butterfield 1523 NW I III. speeding $7JO or three days. Mohammad ElectricalLIGHTING
ISEEfb' SE 14th Lane ran red light. $10. Ken- Barbara A Donaldson 3212 NW 14th Charges withdrawn: Walter L. Bass. 11th Rd- improper change of lanes, $15 M. Bairaddar 1714 NW 3rd
nethy P. Wooten. Rt. 3. speeding. $1 S. Sty speeding. $10 no valid drivers license Commercial Hotel no driver's Ikense. or three days. Thomas W. Barren, 1941 I Place. ran red light IS or two days.
I Gabriela M. Arnold 3855 NW 17th St. $20. Jessie K. Blanton 1418 NE Roy L. Champion. Apt. 211.16 Corry Vil NW 31st Place failure to yield right .of. no driver's license on person, charge
'
( J.\-' '. I no valid state driver's license on person 12th Ter. speeding. $10. James E. Massey Hank-son.21 way $15 or five days. Charles M. Williams .I withdrawn. Michael H. Beck. 2012 NW 8th
$20. Theodore Bradley' 715 SE 9th Millhopper Rd.. drunk. 25. RogerW. Jr. 2924 SE 13th Place failureto Ave. no driver's license on person $30
St., careless driving. $25. Clarence F. Williams. 4306 SW Archer Rd. faul- yield right of way. $15 or five days. or 10 days. George B. Hurff 2254 NW
I rQi9Y rlt"{ Y9 t f Strong 905 NE lath Ter., ran red light. V brakes. $25. Alton! M. McElroy 212 cense.Found net gwtltyi Aubrey Rogers George A. Martin 4045 NW 39th Ave.. 5tn Place ran red light $5 or two days INSTALLED
,t 00- SUNSI $10. Joscelyn T. Boyd 1502 NW 16th NW 1st St., careless driving. $25. JohnH. careless driving. $50 or 30 days no valid (suspended). Theron A. Nunet Jr- 4111 Commercial
-1 M "r'e .. 'I Ter.. expired driver's license. $30. DorisWilliams Cochran Lochloosa failure to yield' 219 se 48th St., Improper start. drivers license $20 or 10_days.. NW 11th St- physical possession of auto Residential
I Cooper. Archer ran red light. right of way $25. Winston D. Hogan. Rt. Forfeitures: Robert R. Hesseler 1216 while intoxicated $150 or 60 days and Industrial
$10. Kenneth R. sanders. 735 NE 10th 2, ran red light. $10. Betty J. Tanner Archer careless driving CALL
I M tt'rr 1f.. ; 6wyfllsa f SW 2nd Ave., parking out of assignedarea license revoked three months.
Place speeding. $10.
$5 parking out of assigned area $15 or three days. Veralene B. Wile-
-- 4 John P. DeWoody. 1929 SE 44th Ter.. $10. Camilo C. Samayo 1230 NW 4th Place men. Ocala speeding. $20. Tommy L. Kelly' W. Campbell. 1015 NE 24th Ter. C. ? Dressier
POLICE,', FIRE;nEt'ORTt driving while ptoxeaTe&. $138!! drivers li- Raymond H. Lambert 1616 NW 34th U-Turn. $10. Helen H. Owens Alachua parking out of assigned area $5. Gib- Bass 1616 N. Waldo Rd. contempt ef willful and wanton reckless driving five .
cense suspended three months destroy. Place, expired driver's license $20. following too cose $25. Jennings D. Rib- bens Cline. 2720 SW Archer Rd- parking court $10 or three days. Reverie ...1 days and $35 or 15 days. driving with
| Accjdent Roundup 'y. ing city property. $IS. Gary' R. Brown Tomle R. Chancey 2030 E. Univ. Ave.; erts 1443 NE 22nd Ave., driving while lit no parking zone $5. Lawrence Thompson, 932 SE 3rd Sf- shoplifting. expired license. $20 or 10 days. Daniel Electrical Contractor
276-1 Corry Village, parked In truck loadIng Speeding. $10. Anice L. Derrick O'Neal's intoxicated, $150 and driver's license suspended G. Sobczyk. Micanopy Speeding. $15. 10 days (suspended) and $25 or 10 MCCoy. 810 SW 3rd St- petit larcenv.Clar.nell Phone FR 6-6193 .
Involved in accidents report. zone. $L Mobile Home Court no drivers license, three months. Thomas W. Massey Dale R. Malloy. 219 East Hall speed- days. Michael W. Stratton 247 A. Fla.Ill F. Simmons. 539 NW 3rd St-
Dwight Spradling. Evlnitoiv $20. Avery E. -Craig Jr.. 2414 NE 2nd Millhopper Rd., no driver's license on ng, $15. Ociller C. Armstrong. 244 SW parking out of assigned area $2 or drunk and disorderly conduct. $35 or 14 910 N.W. 4th St. \
cd by the Gainesville. Police parked In Ave.. speeding; $10. James E. Black person $20. Rudicel L. Procter S. Huguenin 727 SE 14tti
truck loading zone $5. 'Gordon S. Max burn 814 SW 9th Okay th Place, parking In no parking zone one day. Philip 3750 SW days. Philip Jackson Jr.
St. ran red light. Trailer Court. driving while intoxicated. 15. Frederick E. Gehan. 531 Blvd., no Archer Rd- decal not attached. $4 or Lane drunk. $25 or 19 days.
Department and Alachua -.County -

Sheriff's Office in the past I '


24 hours were: II I r. .... ,,:'.....,>:... .. ,:....i.....:..r..r..i..4..r..y... ... .....:.:.:..r.:. .!..::.:.;....n.. : :: ............;.w. .......n..,.......r..n.q:.:: ,.....!....}::4:2.5 1iiY.. .ni...., : ,W:. ..:> 'i : + .t..,.v. -.!; .,::: .:,,. .\ 0.... :\ .ov'.c qv\s. \.:. ', I 1.r

James William, 2100 SW 46th I

Ter., whose parked car: was

struck by an unknown driver In

a parking lot at W. Univ. Ave. n.Y .

and 6th St. at 6:03: p.m. yester .


day.Ann

May Goodman, 215 B

Fla. II, a parked auto, and'Victor -

L. Douglas Jr. 1252 NW

11th Ave., in the 1100 block' of sv[ i s

W. Univ. Ave. at 5:03: p m.-yesterday -

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Tommy Hines, Rt. 2, and z

parked auto of Mitchell R.

Newsome, 708 NW 10th Ave., in .

the 400 block of NW: 8th Ave.

at 4:53: yesterday.

p.m. 1O DAYS !
Hazel M. Kimbrell, 1530 NW STOPS HERE..TOMORROW ONY

43rd Ave., and Daniel B. Byrd

2206 W. Univ. Ave., at NW 5th r5 .t

Ave. and 17th St. at 7:49 1'l
p.m. '>,'"
yesterday. ; : /

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Joseph D. Brown, Rt. 2, and n

Sharon T. Tonger, Rt. 2, about

two miles east of Gainesville on

SR 26 yesterday at 5:15 pjn.

a Fire Calls

At 9:45 a.m. yesterday, small

fire at new federal building, in II \

the 400 block of SE 2nd Ave. cI \ I


CITY COURT
"ueltt W. W. Hampton, Presiding
Junt 23. 1M4Signed
written pillS If guilty She l
don N. Rose. 103 NW 14th Sty parked \LC 'tLgr
In truck loading zone $S. Donald E. Dew.ry.
411 Thomas Hall ran red light. $1 Si
Brent Wallis. 804 NW 33rd Ave.. vbtat ti. i ih
ef one way street 110. Michael B. Gel ;.
son. 1604 NW 4th Ave., ran stop sign..
S10 John M. Carter 411 NW 14th St..
careless driving. S25. Robert N. Soloman.
1101 NE 14th Ave.. careless driving JJS.
Rebecca R. Eaton. 2718V4 NW 27th
Ter.. careless driving. 125. Sanford V.
Ya'es. 1635 NW 6th AV!.. careless driv
ing. $25. Horace O. Gay. 731 NE 12t t wJy
Ave. careless driving. S25. Ernest W.
Burch Jr.. 15 SE 10th Sty careless' driving 55 t .
S25. Rollyn G. Douglas Marietta
Gay careless driving. $25. Joan W. Kin- I
son. 2810 NE 13th St., careless driving
S25. Earl B. Palmore 913 NE 25th C .
St., ran stop sign. ISO. William J. Peters. 5. ;y. t.
3320 NW 4th St.. following too close. ISO
Sandra U Green. Starke following too
close. $25.Annie 4 .
M. king. Alachua. following too
close. $25. Thelma B. McKinney. 1201 NW : ;
21st Ave.. Improper backing. $25. Dorothy ;; :
R. R. Story. Palatka. failure to yield right : .
of way. $25. Dolores O..Craig. 290 NE .
12th St. failure to yield right of way. $25 :
Thelma H. Smith. 934 NE 7th Ave.. failure
y5,5
to yield right of way., $25. RobertB.
Griffin. 632 NW 1st St. driving left -
cf center line. $25. Lee R. Harden. 1<<0

SE 4th St., Improper parking $25. Roosevelt Q, ir..+ $:. 'sfi 22+:i.,;?(t .any + ::1 + : q. ,! : t .y
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Jones. 61* NW. 12th Drive, drunk
$25. .
Johnny C. Boone Jr.. 5080 NW 8th Ave..
careless driving\: $10. Morris Nesmlth
NW 6th St. dw. }23i. gqbert pavls. 45,,441 NC
NW 4th Ave.. drunk.* $25 David"Brown, ":t54
Micanopy operating vehicle with faulty
brakes, $10. -f rnk Anderson,' 621 N. .. < j t4. )
Wrldo Rd.. drink. $25. ,/ \ ( f :'r,, &
Jeanne W. Thomas Brooker. Violating t _
lane signals.' $10.: Frances Usry. 926 SE +" A
7th Ave.. possession of moonshine. $150. r % r :y l. 2#,, ,
Ada B. Davis *24 SE 5th Ave.. possession
of moonshine. $200. Randolph Ray.
field. Newberry. no drivers license $20.
Patricia A. Hall ftawtlngs ]Hall parked
In truck loading tone $5. Lwny 8.- SomHw
e. 4124 NW' 13th, Sty Speeding., $11 .
Robert C. Dorf 115 NW 10th Sty violation
of lane signals. $10. .,
John D. Rogers ,521 A NE 9th St.. r n .a r5y v's
ran stop sign. $10. jeroninxi A. Sando-
val. 1215 NW 4th Place, ran stop sign
$10. Leonard J. TtemarvMurphree Area,
U-Turn. $10. Martha I. Symes. 426 SE 'Wit
2nd Place careless driving. $50. Ronald
s .,
r r95.
J. Fischer UF Teaching Hospital, blockIng -
traffic $7.50. Gall D. Galloway. Jennings % I
Hall minor In possession of alco
holic beverages, $25. .
Victor L. Stone. 4106 NW 21st Drive
parking In truck loading lone. $5. Jerold
M. Weiner. 1211 NW 2nd SU parked In 5, F i
truck loading zone. $S.
Mary C. WHIingham. U1S NE ISth Ave..
blocking driveway $7.50, Ernest R. Jones.
2211 SE 7th St. ran red light $10.
George S. Henry 2227 NW 3rd Place
violation of truck loading zone. $5. Harry y
T. Antrim. 2604 W. Univ. Ave., ran
stop sign $15. Brenda Judy Mauldin
204 SE 21st St.. speeding, $t0. _
Tommy U Hanklson 121 SE 5th Ave.
careless driving. $10. Norman C. Mathis.
'30 NE 7th Ave.. noisy mUffler. $10.
Charles D. Hadley. 1123 SE 19th St.. ?
speeding $10. Robert G. Jackson. 1527 t i' r O' ''y !
SE 12th Ave. parking In truck loading
zone. $S. Robert Haines loa NE 23rd
St.. careless driving. $25 Daniel M. Toskar r 4rrL{..
Jacksonville ran stop sign. $10. z's! .
Doris J. Bayne. 1526 NE 14th Ter.. ran
red light. $10.
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Eugene E. Lewis. 1130 NE JSth St..
speeding, $10. Samuel A. Saxon Jr.. 13
SE 12th St.. no valid driver's license. a le
870. Katherine J. Pena. 1532 NW 3rd r Ave., speeding. $10. Barbara K. Nagler.! ; I
1607 NW 21st Rd.. careless driving. $25.
Neal C. Dunn. 3925; SW 3rd Ave.. ran .
.too sign. sio.
Ty C. Drake Jr.. 2220 SE 44th ry -
faulty muffler $10. Emory D. Nettles.! 4 s
149 NW 31st Place speeding. $20. Jerry
C. Newman 414 NE 5th Ave.. speeding '
125. Walter MM O. Davis. 432 SE Sth
Sty? ran red light. $10. Norman C. Mathis. ,
930 NE 7th Ave.. speeding. $19 John
H. POllArd.' Archer
no driver's lit erne.
$20. Thaine L. Coates. 2915 SW 1st Ave.. .
allowing I minor to consume alcoholic
beverages on Ms premises. $50. '
William J. Dodd Jr.. Starke blocking '
traffic $7JO. Patricia Arm V. Peacock
Rt. :L Speeding. $10. Stonewall L. Evans. "
*m Nw 7th St. ran stop "ion. $14 ,
Johnny R. Higdon. $42 NW 31st Ave. ran
red light. $10. Ted A. Grlset. Archer.
Speeding. no. Mary F. H. Langford. Ala-
ehua. failure to yield right of way $50. r\c
Edgar M. Beville/ III. Rt. :x '
light. $10. Bobb L. Davis. RtT 3. speeS I'
I, t
Ing. $10. Kathleen' B. I t
14th Ter.. violation of iWsJgnals. NW '. 1
Louis R. Talbert Apalachicola' ran 110.1 .
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ton. $10. John M. McCown. 364J I .
7th Ave.. no valid driver's Nw y, ,, '
Dan L. license. S20.1 ( 'Ii.;?/
W..er. :
Ctmpvllie. ;
rift ,, <
sign. $10.
Thomas E. Higgins l
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Young ST. men AUGUSTINE are warnedto(:AP)reg-.

ister with their $3000 'SO00$40
local draTt board $6000 $9000

within five days after their 18th ;! -: -

birthday or face early induction; j

the state selective service said I!, .

Monday. I PACE-SETTING STYLES: every flash of Paris-inspired coat-news Interpreted in New York
desit. FABULOUS TRIMS
State selective service director I Ing rooms this season. Double-breasted buttoning( Tailors and drama pockets. Bold belted-look MANY IN MINK youll see more, more, more fVtrJms than ever before
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Cot Harold C. Wall:said de:; I .(lines., Bow excitement a-la-Paris- Back interest for chic, coming-0ed nd-gtung. Swashbuckling scarves. in 64. Unusual and unique treatments are the order of the day. We particularly like: the luscious

linquents in 'registering tip be k .Gentlewoman-mood demerit cuts. Clever coIla ngs. unt or furred literally styles l 1101 varieties of NATURAL MINK> the soft subrfety of DYED SQUIRREL the luxury of NORWEGIAN SLUE
dealt with *' f k FOX the youthful look: of NATURAL RACCOON. selected
firmly. ,* *- : Every pelt for fresh, soft, colcr_iftlemity.

He said he WIDE ASSORTMENTS OF WOOLENS: hand.pi'deed the Penney direct from the nulls .
expected'Florl way SUPER-BIG SELECTIONS --
_'f -for quality so super we have room to house it oil for only the ti'ft
!t. stylrnewprice. Sculptured wonted and velours. red ; Iayj.
83 draft boards to 40t Crisp worsted failles and t5- 'nh. .
18-year-olds within register the next : luscious furwools and rJbelines.Textured bubbly tweed boudes. Marvelous warm Pe meltons.Pa Come find-the-finds the silhouette that suits you best the color that reflects your taste and tempo

12 months. ; Plaids that ploy up color. All the new top faahion fabrics EVEN fine, real suede th.Iow.1ow price you can count on for real.savings..Misses' ,{union', end petite junior and 689*
of- -lilnd samples. Come early late don't
stay miss out on outstanding voluef
Kta oo
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1 Congress: Dashes HopesOf I Fla. Solons Study ApportionmentBy i 'UUT-PERFORMS

MOST ANY
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Excise Tax: Reduction
DOUGLAS,'STARR ment removed one House seat Reports indicated E.C. Rowellof tion in the May primaries to
Associated Press Writer from each of 13 counties and reassigned Sumter County secured fifth terms. Neither lawmakerhad FAN
3ftm JorkWASHINGTON uittnrB arettes, liquor, wine, beer, TALLAHASSEE (AP) A them to more populous enough pledges of support to assure I any opposition in the Nov. 3
Short-lived I autos! and parts, local telephone weekend caucus of incomingstate counties., In addition 17 seats his election as speaker dur- general election.Traditionally I High Velocity
J hopes of a reduction .or repeal I service and airline tickets. representatives studied the were added for total of 112. ing the 1965 session. i! candidates for by R &M- Hunter
of a group of federal excise I Thus, in effect, the legislation U.S. Supreme Court decision In the Senate, the districtswere Rep. George Stone of Escambia -the speaker and pro tern posts '-'
taxes long criticized by women,changes nothing, except for a outlawing Florida's legislative redrawn and the member- County was reported to have assure themselves of victory -..-'_ \\FiIED
shoppers were dashed Monday. technical amendment relatingto apportionment with no announced ship boosted to 43. tied up the race for speaker pro during the session long before ./Yata'ait
f' tax deductions for property results. I The leadership of the 1965 tempore, a post he held duringthe the session opens to make .j ft .M 1tg
FKRXfNG CJC1tMR LOT
As expected, House and Senate seized in Cuba. I Some who: attended said they!House apparently was assured 1961 session. choices for committee assign-
(. conferees threw out a series I believed the state legislaturecould !at the
Most senators were believed caucus. Rowell and Stone won nomina ments. .
of Senate actions repealing I not possibly reapportion to I. -
these taxes to have been aware when they U.S. Supreme
on cosmetics, furs I the satisfaction of the -
luggage, handbags, jewelryand voted to repeal the retail excise Court.
a few other items. The taxes on cosmetics and the The decision said both houses
taxes will continue to be asses- other items last week that the had to be apportioned on the I I
sed at the retail level action stood little chance of basis of population. !
surviving the conference with The January,1963 reapportion-
The conferees approved Intact the House, The ::epeal amend
I
the House version of legis- .ments would have cost the
lation extending for another I.Treasury more than $500 mil Biz Ad GradsRoland
year Korean War taxes on cig lion in revenue.
B.. Eutsler, son of
Mr. and Mrs.: Roland 'Eutsler,
710 S. W. 27th St., and Ed-
One
FREOf ward B. Stephens, son of Mr.
Gallon and Mrs. Ed Stephens, 2038 W.
I With Each One You Buy University Ave., were among -- i .
i 567 graduates of the Univer-,
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
sity of Wichita. I j :
Mary Carter Paint Store Each of was business awarded administrationdegree. the bachelor Spectacular # I

501 N.W. 8th Ave Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 ,I 1l


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DURING OUR JULY JAMBOREEALL ; :; : SLACK Lb

FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK SPECIAL!


They're a happy summer blend of '
SUITS Dacron polyester and rayon for
iii -;:': :. fs i easy care, crisp good looks. h \
: I ';,; You'll find a full range of colors
CREW NECK
REG. $85 AND $90 :. $6399 {4' : in waist sizes 29-42, precuffed.Get \_
/7<;'::y all you'll need for your summer :: POLOS HAVE
REG. $79.95 r4. :-i: wardrobe.at our special Penney -
$5999 r.. price. SHORT SLEEVESSizes
.r. ,, r
: REG. $69.95 $5499
.
2 $1
fw
REG. $55.00 $4799 $500 4 to 12Penney's


REG. $45.00 $3799 bd crew neck
polos come n all your
boy's favorite colors-

d SPORT COATS y WALK SHORTSPECIAL! wash color solid or combed fast stripes., machine-cotton They're

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)' $59.50 . . . . .
_
$4399REG.
Shorts are the coolest, man!

$55.00 .. . . Choose from solid colors or he-
$4799REG. man plaids that are woven rightin.
=
i F mow They're 100% cool cotton p'.
REG. $45.00 .. 3599 i # and cut in Penney's trim University
t Grad and Continental mod'

REG. $39.95 $ $3199REG. i I r els. Sizes 28 to 42.KNIT ;


$35.00 $27"SLACKS r I X.i : 11 rr : af

i : 2 $5
r. : :1 .11t rEz -
?1r x Ee

I SHOESReg. I r I 3



Reg. $12.95.X11099 ;: /' SHIRT

FLORSHEIMREG. ( SPECIAL! _
2 'Prs. $21.00

$21.95 : These Penney coolers are ideal .
for beating the heat. Choose
Reg. $14.95.: S1199 from two combed cotton models :df <
j
$1499
f : action mesh or classic tex- ,;, BOYS' COTTON
tured. Both machine washable
SHORT SLEEVE
,. t models feature fashioned collar,
rib cuff and embroidered pocket SPORT SHIRTS I

r{ Reg. 17.95 $1499 at a low, low price. : A; ir

ROBLEELOAFERS Sizes 88
tI 6 to 16Handsome

166 broadcloth
SPORT SHIRTS
I -r prints, machine wash-
Rte't able, Sanforized. A
Values to great buy at this Pen-
: .T S ney-low p r i ice. Get
$14.99Q99
Reg. $7.95 S599 stripes or fancy pat-
$ terns.CALLING \

1'w ,
Reg. $6.95 y j99 '' ...,.;',.y"-,-, -...... >
fir ... ;; j
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and $5.95Reg.$5.00.'...'. \ 4 & e % v. "\. '
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WALKjki'iSHORTS t1. r '
$ 99
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$8.95 $699 -- 'f7H/ vF sr A ,Yi II If P
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/y, '
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I $Reg.6.95 .. $499

SPORTSWEAR /3 Off Reg.- \ ;

$399
$5.00
KNIT TOPS .
&$5.95-- '
FOR GIRLSany Ti ti, .

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F FREE I .2 for $1 SHARPEST SAVINGS ON ALL BOYS, TO. ",,.;;. '
SWIM'EVENT' : :
STRETCH NYLON SWIMWEAR PENNEY'S !-!
*'
PARKING V; .'.'I.
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& Pick sleeveless combed 22 ".
cotton knit fun tops, 8 to 14 288 lira 6 to 20 1. 4 '
.
One Hour on .M. p.1 striped or solid! Mate )

them with neat ''cotton Big girls .' I'il girls .> .- buy one -. buy,two of Dash to Penney's for big savings on boys' swim suits.
1st Federal I shorts! The value is these sensational surfside fashions '.' your favorite Wide range of styles in every .sizc.a&\} JJ.rr- both
m::::::::=-:...:.:: :::_:.::::::::ili:::::::::=: ::::::::::::::;..:.:.: ';i+ terrific! Sizes 3 to 14. quick-dry.fabric your favorite one or two piece regular.and ,low.rise styles. BoxersrpfKbome;| yam
:;: +::: :ilif:::: ::: ;ili:::::::: and solid
Lot styling. Hot sun colors and jet black. dyed cotton plaids colffippplJpsyAII ma-

Parking ,13 W. UNIV. AVE. ; 6-5611 Sizes 3 to 6x . .. .. . .. .. 1.88 chine washable, all special priced.". '..*?""' ';'."'.. .



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I ; THURSDAY AND 1 ;
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Yf\.J. t'OPEN9:30A.M. f
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:,!". :?t: : Q ,OPEN TIL 9 THURSDAY & FRIDAY., WILSON'S WILL BE CLOSED ALL
"u1c., Kz :. t : ,', '. S DAY SATURDAY, JULY 4th. 1.

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PURCHASESitI :! WOMEN'S TIME : .:. "


'I FAMOUS MAKE TLi sl &" JUNIOR'S SPECIAL

LITTLE,GIRLS' &. ','

GIRLS'3-6x&7-4.' \. ', r t % SUMMER (;;: ,f emu;: .

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,SWIM ,SUITS DRESSES NO-IRON COTTONSLIPS oj
c.
IN 1 OR PIECE A -
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STYLES. A TRULY WERE 8.99 t
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WITH BACK & FRONT PANELS
WIDE SELECTION!
TO 59.99 ORIG. 4.00SALE
ORIG. 3.99-5.99 i
i ... 3.19COTTON

SALE. 2.993.99LITTLE n14LrA; "NOW BATISTE SLIPS I

J/2 THAT LAUNDER SO EASILY,
A1p4 N DRY SMOOTH EVEN IF AUTOMATICALLY .
WASHED & DRIED. A
GIRL'SAND
WHITE ONLY. 3042.
.
PRICE I
GIRL'SSHIFTS FLOOR : .
Lingerie Shop2nd
Iffi
; I I
SELECTION t .
3TO6x :.lll1 c9ossar
I hfifJ INCLUDES: :
; 4 ( . .
& 7 TO 14 I !Ip COTTONS THRU

IN TERRY & COTTON # 1flL 4I: SIKS, MIRACLE BRA & GIRDLE Y .
% FIBERS & BLENDS. \. ;
WERE 2.994.99NOW c./ I 4i: "

1.99 A I SLIM OR FULL SKIRTS SPECIALS .:.l'

/9 t;' SLEEVES OR SLEEVELESS AT ONCE-A-YEAR ; >

STREET, FLOOR '#,,'
TO 3,99 'f
Dress Shop- SAVINGS!
-
=
ALSO SUNDRESSES & PINAFORESIN FIRST TIME No. 2707, "FLAIR" BRA
THE
SIZES 3 TO 6X. ON SALE FOR WITH MEDIUM FOAM

Little Girls & t Girls ShopSTREET SPECIALLY PURCHASEDFAMOUS STRAPS RUBBER, CUPS.MACHINE STITCHLESS WASHABLE. =1 1A

FLOOR 32-36, B & C 32-38
ORIG. 3.95
._ : :YOUNG JUNIOR'S .,
u i1 Y SALE 2.99No.

': 4 fl4BABY/, I [DOLL./ ,f'.\ ;f ;]...} ,MAKE* f'P/ / h
GOWNS&LONG 2775, FULLY PADDED :'
TO ADD A SIZE TO THE ,
PAJAMAS SMALL BUST. EMBROIDERED l '=
UPS PRE-SHAPED WITH "r' ,
ORIG. 4.00 LADIES'SWIMSUITS TRICOT LINED FOAM RUBBEP 1

QTy' SALE 2.99 \l.Ij" ;: COMFORTABLE ELASTIC FROK A'
1 OR 2 PC. "ORE. ADJUSTABLE FABRICS
APS, ORIG. 3.95,
)
YOUNG JUNIOR'S SALE 2.99

SPECIALLYPURCHASED as''). ORIG. 18.00 M v .. ,:

N' TO 24.99 4 .g G rc. No. 900-901, SPORT-DEB L LYCRA
LONG-LEG GIRDLE PROPORTIONED
,
SWIM SUITSSIZES f
SALE 12.99 TO FIT BODY RISE DIMENSIONS.No .

814Special / 900 FOR AVERAGE, No. 901 FOR
/ \
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4
5.99COMPARABLE A TALL. DIAGONAL STRETCH FRONT

v\ PANEL LIFTS & SMOOTHS. UP-SHAPED J

TO SWIM WEAR rAT k /1 CUFFS ANCHOR THE LEG LINE &..GIVE '
1 M
7.99-8.99! FLOOR L ; i ''j FREEDOM OF LEG MOVEMENT. ALL- '

Young Jrs. ShopSTREET 4'A WAY STRETCH SEAMLESS CROTCH.
co WHITE ONLY. PSML

4' '*_ Rr' I X '.., .
LITTLE BOYS' y1
U 4
SIZES 2-7 A S ORIG. 10.95
'4 SOLIDS & '
rY SALE 8.99XL
SWIMSUIT 'r Y- FLORALS I IN 6-
1 & 2-Pc. ORIG. 12.95
.. .- STYLESSM&L : t'
-
l SALE 8.99.
SETS SIZESSportswear
YL DISC.STYLES
Foundations FLOOR
FLOOR Shop2nd
RED OR NAVY STRETCH Shop2nd
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TRUNKS WITH WHITE -

'NAUTICAL JACKET INFANT'S INFANT'S PRE-4th CASUAL
: '. COTTON BATISTE SALE
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BROADCLOTH, OPEN-AIR CASUALS FROM
\." WERE 2.99,_ '; DIAPER ITALY

3:'. NOW 2.00. J13 SETS SEERSUCKEROR cs .- BRAND-NEW SUMMER IMPORTS JUST OFF THE BOAT.
>> TERRY
/11 : AIR-COOLED,
PLASTIC LINED PANTIES. BUTTER SOFT LEATHERS IN SEVERAL;

f LITTLE BOYS' 3:7:,,' :. I' DAINTY HANDMADE SHIRT. .SUN 7 SHADES OF TAN OR-WHITE.
NS
r REGSALE 1.59, 23.00 .
SUMMER" SUITS* ,1. ; REG. 9.99-11.99 SALE 7.90

j: PAJAAAAS. INFANTS' COOLVENTILATED WERE 2.50.2.99NOW. 1 't
t.1;3 'r- '\' RG. 5.99-7.99, "f SALE 4.97
HW3.0STRIPES, .. :
; .
'- .
? SOLID COLOR OR PRINTEDSLEEPERS
.
59- O *" .'
: SA I ...t. -, :'A .... "... / it" REG. 5.99-6.99 \ : SALE 3.97
: .. -.. 1.592.00BOY .
Yf'AT- :-: "' ,. .'
I RPULL-O. 1 ': :. WERE 1.99-3.00
TERNS; ll ; : '
/
/fj f/A. I I NOW 1.59 & 2.00 OR GIRL STYLE ti ; : '. .,- REG... 4.995.99SALE..._ ._, .., 2.97,

J ,..STYULittle Boys' shop STREET FLOOR I!" Infants ShopSTREET FLOOR I Ii.j .. Shoe Shop-STREE)) FLOOR *"

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LTH 'W" .. .

DAY &,.FRIDAY-
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'
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4! .JEWELRY. di a y (CLOSED JULY 4th)
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rr' I LADIES .,. '
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WE
MAKERS MENTION OF THE, ; .. --7 LADIES SEAMLESS STRAW VINYL :3 MEN'S<1

THISCOSTUME JEWELRY'S NYLONS SHORT SLEEVED

_
SELECT FROM: PINS, : '2 ATTRACTIVE TONES i BAGS SPORTSHIRTS

4 NECKLACES, CHAINS, RINGS, j ,SIZES 81/2-11. = ZIPPERED INSIDE POCKET.GOLD
skew HANDLES..WHITE OR NATURAL-VINYL I
& EARRINGS' WERE 30025.00 SPECIALwilhJ3 'STRAW",. WASHABLE. PLIABLE. STURDY -"t" ;
ORIGINALLY 4.99 VINYL STRAWS 5 AT BANG-UP

1d NOW 10013.99 2/1.00 SALE 3.99 SAVINGS
(/ bare-feg
CM '. .
d look i FOR THE 4TH
FLOOR1.JOSPREADS ,.. Hosiery Shop- FLOOR ara tr: cit.
Jewelry ShOpSTREET Handbags ShopSTREET
J STREET FLOOR rW REG. 2.99

::1 NOW! REDUCED FOR THIS hr : TO 4.00


f PRE-4th SALE JUNIOR'S i4/// ,!. SALE PRE-4H

6 Minute creme nail treatmentA MISSES' &

4P A complete nail conditioning kit for men or WOMEN'S 1 25925.00
j f women., 6 Minute Nail Creme promotes nail '
,. t 9 growth, stops splitting, helps remove excess cuticle FULL SKIRTED'OR
f and stains. The creme is applied t (
,i ., -- around cuticle cuticle is removed with on orange SLIM STYLE, SELECT FROM AN OUTSTANDING GROUPOF
stick and a little more creme is then 4
} applied to entire nail and it is buffed SLEEVELESSOR
to a glossy, pink lustre. : WITH THESE COOL SPORT SHIRTS I I IN A
'REG. '3.50 SHORT
GENEROUS ASSORTMENT
OF STYLES,
0 SALE 2.39 SET SLEEVE t
COTTONOR COLORS AND SOLIDS OR PRINTS, TA-
FLOOR 1
i Cosmetics ShopSTREET ;..I l MIRACLE t PERED OR REGULAR CUT. BUTTON-DOWN


iI\ 2000 YARDS SEW NOW( AND SAVE! FIBER BLEND STRETCH DACRON/COTTON OR ALL COT-

I BUDGET TON WASH 'N WEAR. S-M-L Cr XL.
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\(\ &. BLENDS :'t": ":I.,;T I"< DRESSES YrMEN'S ,a
...
.. WERE 3.99-6.99
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NOW' 2..003.00Budget '
-SALE3 ..
DAYS ONLY I ,
\ i tH, ;"'
FLOOR SLACKS 'i t "
REG.59c&79c )\ Shop2nd ,\ t
\
t: WEDNESDAY 'k ..GROUP.1 A \k
: PRE-4th ,. k4'
l If THURSDAY & '- ,..04 MEN'S CASUAL 't : \ "
<.-: FRIDAY! SALE WASH 'N WEAR 1'

SLACKS IN .
-y1i slr : >
75 BOYS1SUITS FINELINETVILLS. I. f\..
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DACRON BLENDS \

SUMMER WEIGHTS PLAIN FRONT. ;
"
An InCH
D 6-12, WERE :i SIZE 24-40. .

1199-14.99, : BLACK, OLIVE 1 .

Now 9.90-11.90 & TAN. I e. ...
nd FLOOR -
/ Piece Goods Shop- REG. 4.99-6.99

14-20, WERE >"" ...
A '
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19.99-32.50, ( j SALE 3995.99,
24 PIECE SET 1

1 Now" 15.90-24.90 *!.fI: MEN'S. SLACKS
$ STAINLESS STEELSERVICE NORMAL ALTERATIONS FREJ:: --:/ "" ':-1

: FOR 4 SALE OF A '. .'GROUP( 2, 200 PAIRS .'. :..I
SPECIAL 5.00 SET
75 BOYS'Sport =i FLORIDA-RIGHT, TROPICAL t 1'
FLOOR '
.i Closet Shop2nd
Coats WEIGHT SLACKS. PLAIN ; ..:":.1

OR PLEATED. DACRON ,BLENDS; :,
s 'SPECIAL PURCHASE 6-12, WERE .
ATTOTTORMORE 8.99-9.99, SIZES 28-40. WASHABLE!. ... ,L .' .
DOUBLE WEIGHT
NOW 6.90-7.90 REG. 8999.99 1
'.
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OFF REG. PRICES! Fiberglas Draperies -- 'f

GOLD, WHITE OR BEIGE i 14-20, : SALEMenus 7,99r, :; 'K : .

63" or 84" I WERE 12.99-19.99
-- WERE '4.99. TO SLOn STREET FLOOR.
,':: Special 4.99-5.99 NOW 109015.99 '
\
". ,', (COMPARABLE TO r I ,
27.50NOW'2.9'9TO 1' :4 f 4Ij: I -
DRAPERIES I AT BOYS'' 8 TO 18 COTTON KNIT POLOS
GI 7.99 & 8.98)CUSTOMDETAILS)
SOLID WHITE OR ASSORTED STRIPES, FAMOUS:'
I : j ; ";: j ;; 1 MAKES & OTHERS. REG. 1.99-2.99 .
# 4'"
BLIND STITCHED
'
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\> .:* ', > SALE 1.59 2/3.00
x
: ,> SIDE HEMS. 10" .4c ,
v v u: J. ;: /19\ 99;,'**'::.' >' ., DEEP PLEATS TO ( f t 4 '*27

': : ':' "1 THE PAIR! 48" I 4'. i '- BOYS'=SUMMER PAJAMAS
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;: : : 1
:.; ; : }: WIDE ACROSS THE '
ARE ".'::- 'Te FAMOUS ...
I INCLUDED : PLEATED TOP! "' MAKE "
., .
JACQUARDS. DECORATOR. & EASY CARE!! -t { ; PAJAMAS IN LONG ,-'tOR r V
JUST WASH DRIP y "

TAILORED,. WOVEN. PATTERN: DRY IN 7 ,,MINUTES'. Y t.D 'SHORT LEG; ;=., ,
i- '
No- RON I NG: .

!"HOBNAILS.G.. ,-! CHE'NILLeS-' : ;;;, WILL_.- _.NOT___STRETCH S'*':.,. '\ ',.'':t,.,.n STYLES.Orig.'SrOOM.OOi.

"HEIRLOOMS. ," QUILTED TAFFETAS SHRINK OR :"<;f.: tz.. ,
/ '. -;'''';' ;.'*t ..--.J .
,MILDEW*. itSfr H
+; ,AND..' I 1:".DRJ. .P-DRY'' COTTONS. : J :''s 5.00
Htme Furnishmgs- FLOOR SALE",2' FOR ;

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20. Gainesville Sun Tuesday, June 30, 1964
DINING OUT I taurant at least once a week, Historians are unable to
according to a report of the Fed- identify a period in recorded
Be Illu> Here An estimated 50 cent of
Explosw.n'Dan/ers to V V p.-_ -" _x v per eral Reserve Bank of Philadel- time when men did not wear
.... I American adults dine In a res- phia. armor. _
[ IrPRE.4th
Actual explosions will be which take an annual toll of July 8 at 8 pjn. in the Teach- hazards, but the meeting is than air and that they hangin 1
created on stage next week in human lives.It ing Auditorium of the Gaines- open to the public.A I greater concentrations alonga
t -. lecturer, supplementinghis floor than above. I
an explanation:1 of fire. is the ville High SchooL "One couldn't'
: sponsored by talk with actual examples repairman
Called "The.'Magic of"Fire," Gainesville Association of Insurance Special invitations are being wil Ishow bow to cut the possibility understand why his firm put! JULY JAMBOREE
the demonstration is designed j I Agents and the Flor- sent to ,employers and agencies of accidental fires in up 'No Smoking' signs above I .
to prevent the fire hazards ida Gas Co., and will be held vitally concerned with fireGESGER'S homes, industry and farm. his bench because nothing ever SUMMER
The agents reported the following -happened in spite of the factit I CLEARANCE
example of why they was necessary to keep a gas
PRE-4ih feel the demonstration is nec- flame burning on the bench. j
essary: "He found out one day when \i GIRLS t
"A car repairman, for ex- he disobeyed the signs and t' TODDLERS and SUB-TEEN .I
ample, may not know i hat carelessly tossed a bur ning ,
gasoline vapors are heavier match to the floor." Short Sets Sun Suits Shifts &
..; *! *
Dresses Bathing Suits F&'S**

Tips for Travel Pajamas "J:;;J". .y: ..

up"", .' .

+ \S On Expressways .. : TO/j' OFF f "

WE!). -THURS. FRI.

Summer Dresses. Sportswear and Millinery. Sizes for Misses 8 to 20 I TAMPA Tips for drivers passing> traffic.
Juniors 5 to 15... Women's 10 V2 to 22 V2. Petites for the 5 foot 4 and under planning long distance motor ((5)) Check your car speed
8 to 20. I trips on expressways over the from time to time to avoid m BOYS
... ,I July Fourth weekend have been drifting to higher speeds. On :.;. ; t Suits Sport Coats Bathing Suits
issued by the Peninsula Motor freeways, it is possible to lose .
Pajamas Bermudas (Slims & Regulars)
MILLINERY Club (AAA). the sense of speed and there- '
DRESSES High-speed, divided-lane expressways by unconsciously exceed the Y UP
require special driv- speed limit. TO :
(
a and SHIFTS ing techniques, the AAA club I
Entire; summer line of straws and said, offering the following suggestions ((6)) Keep your eye on other OFF
Sheer, crisp, cool cottons and easy : flower hots in black, white and to the freeway driver: traffic. Watch the rear-view .. it
mirror for tail gaters, and 3 .x
care fabrics. \. pastel colors. ((1)) Know in advance your avoid driving too close to other 1, ;
intended route and the Interchange .
..::' ,
VALUES FROM I cars yourself. Allow at least 1'Boys'
< where you get on and 'one car length for each 10 MPHof O4 off. Otherwise, .1
to $16.98 you may easily speed. More at high speeds. sixes 8 to 18 Rey. 5.98 l"
,
become lost.
((7)) When passing, do so $450
(2)) Decide in advance BERMUDA SETS
on
i.98 with extra care and concentration. Set S
; rest hour two. J
1"I stops every or .
High speeds require more
,
((3)) Make certain the gas alertness. Siuto20 )
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ONE GROUPDRESSES '2247 N. W. 9th PI., is one of your car antenna or left car 10 East University Ave. Phone FR 2-4061
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PREFOURTHf Among the lecturers are Dr.
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U NS WELL. THAT'SF ; WE aEAN UP HI5 WHOLE :. &W/SHOULDILETIT6ET( (

r 00 NAPE. 6RAT17UDE FOR 41Xy /! HOUSE FOR HIM,AND NOW 'AU:ME55ED UP AGAIN?
ABBY WOULDNY? HE WON'T EVEN INVITE US -
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I DEAR ABBY: I always thought mental telepathy was a a hypocrite would ask for a suggestion, and then be I ITS TH'LAST LIVE SHMOO o LI'L SAVE YO' ONLYMAN I'MTNEI4EARF tpRESlDEIJT ;. F AX '

lot of bunk but because of my own experience I am now offended by an honest answer. ?3 EARTH DR.STRAMGELUMP!!- BEAT 1T? W THE US FA1iS ME ,-' 41M
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convinced that there is something to it.. 15 GOVERNMENTWHO OVERTIME!!
I I live in Glendale California and 'my boy friend lives DEAR ABBY: I received an invitation to the graduationof I a : WHO CAW M

J in Buffalo, New York. As 'you know, it is three hours a person I would not know if I saw him on the I
( earlier in California than it is in New York. Well, lately street. I am certain that he would not know me, either.
JI. I have been waking up at exactly 4 o'clock every I know his parents only slightly so I cannot for the I s va v+

"I morning, just as though an alarm clock had gone off.Ii' life of me understand why I received this invitation. AmI \ 4AN'
It's the craziest thing! I wake up, and when I look at expected to send a gift? Not knowing' the person, it a
the clock, it's always 4 A.M. sharp. My boy friend says would be difficult to select an appropriate gift. I don't
Ii', he gets up at 7 A.M. every morning, and the first thing want to appear cheap and ignore the invitation. Have you

(. he thinks of when he opens his eyes is me. I KNOWthat any suggestions?

is what is waking me up. His thought waves are just BEWILDEREDDEAR ', -. ....,.._- .----, -,. ---- p --- -
V ..\ that powerfuL When I tell people this, they look at me BEWILDERED: Under the circumstances, a message -

like I'm nuts. I KNOW I am right. How can I sleep of congratulations is sufficient. I HATED
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IN LOVE IN GLENDALE CONFIDENTIAL TO VIRGINIA BEACH: I am sorry t"I PAW!! WHAT ONA1RTH MELOIJ EMPTyHANDEDDOESNYTHI5
A BRAND-NEW PADLOCKON
DEAR IN LOVE: Don't fight it. Either move into his that the letter signed VIRGINIA BEACH has given you a Ec4 HAVE VE B HIS HENHOUSE h
time zone until you can marry the guy, or ask him not bad time, Virginia. In order to conceal the writer's identity, GOT IN YORE SACK? 1
CHICKEN
} to think, of you until 10 A.M., Eastern Standard Time. I sometimes use locations instead of names. The item I
signed VIRGINIA BEACH came from the resort town,
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I ; DEAR ABBY: Is it wrong to suggest "money" when relatives Virginia Beach, Virginia. The writer's name is not for

., ask' us what my husband wants for graduation? We publication. 0
are a struggling young couple who have scrimped to put C1)J I

my husband through law school. A number of relatives DEAR ABBY: A few years ago, when our teen-age son |
have asked us what they can give us, and I have was unable to find summer work, we let him paint our

simply explained that if.they gave us money, we could house rather than contracting the job to regular painters.We .
f. t put it toward a TV set. We -need so many things for our made arrangements with a neighborhood paint store not CD
( apartment. Our families are now furious with us because only to supply the 'materials but also to provide him with
they say we sound money hungry. Most of our relatives instructions and periodic inspections and corrections. The

would spend around $20 or $25 on a gift anyway. Do you results were amazing! In addition to spending a useful SOON AS POSSI BLE MEANWHILE \iXl THROUGH
A5
I think'we committed a breach of etiquette? summer, our son earned money, and his. paint job was -ACTU AUX;THATS UP DO MAKE YOU 1 WITH POLICE
CURIOUS first-class. So this is our suggestion for keeping a teen-ager AND WHEN DO YOU PLAN TO MOON MAID. -,TRACY DOESNTTHIS 701R WANT-f GET I WORK SAM
{ DEAR CURIOUS: No. Those who ask what they may give busy and happy during summer vacation. TO BE MARRIED? SOMETHING BACK THEMY IN / IVI FAMILYOMHARNESS2C TAKING

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THE OBSERVER % Russell Baker TELL ME WHEN MyT KFOKMY COURSE, NOW YO JLPOTEET S HAVE TO BUY COSMETIC(
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The first community, particularly new smoldering about the churches' Both factions in the commis-I E-c /a' / I" I I'S

onference: of the president's neighbors of odd races, relig- lobbying on behalf of the civil I sion interpreted this as indors- 00I r _
ilue-ribbon commission to draftI ions and colors, they argued rights bill. I ing their positions. At this im- I
war on hate program has beeni the vital housing turnover would To avert an embarrassing I passe, an ingenious compromise -
disappointment. Discord decline and real estate income vote'the commission adjournedfor was produced. In five OAWtIATSI YoU ALWAY'b' AW a AY. WE'LLTRY

rose in the very first session would become dangerously slug- two days while enough votes sessions of intricate bargaining, I lON ABCUT P> a-PCt4G, mE USE.SCMic SEAT US COME ON : MS25TIYEDEAR JUST/ OSS, ,

rhen the resolutions committee gish.The were mustered to rule the issue the Southerners agreed to sup I Ynw u 6wsy+ SAZ ? 4 aY
roposed immediate issuance ofi real c. tie group received off the agenda. In the third ses- port an education program aim- I.Jr
declaration that hate must be significant help from their sion there were encouragingsigns ed _at persuading ,white Florid- t
tamped out. traditional enemies, the liber- of progress. It was gen- ians that there is more physi- r< i

A bloc of congressmen ob- als. Though making it clear that erally agreed that any war on cal intimacy in fighting with a i=
ected that indiscrimi n ate] they opposed block-busting, the hate program must not be so Negro than in letting him swim a

1 radication of hate while sound liberals interpreted the adoptionof comprehensive that it might In the Atlantic Ocean. I I

t principle would make it im- a Biblical homily as a subtle disrupt the economy impair In return, the northerners.'.J
repudiation of the Supreme morale or hinder the
ossible sustain the fervor of military agreed support a five r
year
nti -, communism.% They Court's ruling against s c h o o 1 resistance to, communism. research program to determine z'r yr awy

sere joined by the Pentagon del-! prayer.In The commission then plungedinto whether "white backlash" con-
mainlining the end it was decided to the business of writing '*
gates, who observed that specifie stituted an authentic bate phe- r
reasonable, level of use,the maxim in small type on proposals for a limited nomenon or a justifiable civic

ate was indispensable to, good commission stationery, but not I hate reduction program that the reaction against insolent disre-

lorale in time of war. to call attention ,to it with a president ,could send to con- spect for .the' northern way of
The resolutions committee, press release: I gress. Once again, the confer- I tYAY..7eiTHJIT'S LtiMLCC .61vE'14 +1A'I '

( laneuvering. to prevent an opa The second session was entirely ence faltered on agenda. life.The LOOK, pyon irs TWO \ is GARY'S MAMA >RNELY Nw 5wITc L.bAbr 6 G Ku55 FOR : ,
rupture at,: the outset, coun- taken up with an ugly squabble'aboutwhether Southern members objected compromise was shelved l'I y OCUOOC M THE 1 10itN Nei. / WAITING UP FOX, HIS hYi Ma FMy AQ TDpDARU r a,
1 !red with a substitute proposalhey church _elements -. strenuously to making hate In after' Negro. delegates walked.. Z EtilST GET NOM.. HItA, l VTNFJt.
urged the commission .to should be represented on the South the first order of business out :and the western conservatives :=

dopt as its slogan ,the Biblical the cQT"Tnteion at alL The liberal *ad countered with a bloc withdrew its critical
function, "Love thy neigh- bloc arguing that separationof move'to take up the issue of vote on ground that the .fight.<
M against bate was a task for localgovernment t
:jr." Heavy opposition quickly church and state was prescribed racism In the North. Stalemate iI 'e
jveloped among real' estate in the constitution, mov- prevailed for three days.It and private enter-

tpresentatives.Their ed to unseat the church delegates was finally decided to consult prise.As. 'w I
argument, which provedlost and have them operate as General Eisenhower for advice. the eommlssie&ers' left

telling, was that a'su ew.a a private advisory group, withno In his r*ply, General.EbtnHw-: t t Washington for a six-month recess + J
vote in commission dt ion with; tlrf one mrrHr sum" '-1 up .Soh
love-thy-neighbor 'program er r ;hat In der 1 ;: I 1 4
ould be deeply injurious toe Heavy support for the r'-ticr i meth. n I the. .care of f.;* -. r de-
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the Tactical Air Command the 15-week Army cable Southeastern splicing course Signal at won vocalist second category place in of the the classical U.S.- .,,siitl, r, :-... ... -... .' -.- -- -. .........."*... '. .

missile school at 'Orlando AFB. School, Fort Gordon, Ga. I Air Force World Wide Talent !" t
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crew which will be assignedto buried cable. Lieutenant Kelly, a tenor, won ', +
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(PACAF) unit at Kadena AB, December and.completed basic which led to the Air Force-wide
Okinawa, to man and maintainthe training at Fort Gordon. competition for a "Roger' .
Mace missile. His new The son of Robert King, of trophy. He assigned to Turner -
unit supports the PACAF mis- High Springs, he is a 1959 graduate as an air traffic controller H.HT -
sion of providing airpower for of A. L.' Mebane High with an Air Force Communications H Mr. Merchant !
defense of the U. S. and its allies -School in Alachua, and attended Service Unit which helps
in the Pacific area. Edward Waters College in maintain communications for
He is a graduate of Bradford Jacksonville. Before enteringthe control of global Air Force op
High School in Starke. His wife, Army, King was employedby erations.His )
Nellie, is the daughter of Carl the University. Hospital in
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championship. lt9.Jif.6f; ( ''I Associated Press Sports Writer Boston shortstop Eddie Bres

Therefore, the 1964 Florida Athletic Coaches Association \ 't>>.(.!-;,-:>'-; .:"'"., '/":<,.' <1{ Dick Radatz a monster? soud drove in two runs with a

clinic here the last week of July should draw one of its fi.! ::1, A .f./('Fr 'ef6rQ Y I Why that's silly. Any American double and a triple and scored

best turnouts from the mOIl who coach football in Sunshine l f League batter can tell you another after walking. The hits
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Texas' .Darrell Royal is the clinic headliner. He certainly "' --- :'" dvJ-ft- : ;:>i"'.;; ;"*'2-t: .' .' '' 1't.l: 1 ;' :;;;:' H;;r\: .ag ,- calling out of the Boston bull-
should command attention.Royal's 4""" -': :m.:{.", ::, pens is more like a machine. that had dropped him below .300

BIG MEN IN BOSTON VICTORYEd for the first time this season.
flip-flop offense in which strong side linemen are Take Monday night for ex-

moved right or left to provide the front for smashes Robin Roberts survived two
power Bressoud (L), Dick Radatz ample. Radatz threw 32 pitchesat solo home runs by Tony Oliva

Kansas City Athletics and 24
and Harmon Killebrew's 28th
were strikes. It was his 40th
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circuit as the Orioles extended
Pilots of the and his
Follow
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their league lead to 4th
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2 1-3 inning sting saved a 4-3
.llie'm' tsfei : over the idle Yankees.

; 4' -' Red Sox' victory.The Norm Siebern hammered a

save, his third in two two-run shot for the Orioles,

&1U.S Player Ballots days, was the 13th of the season who have won 10 of their last

for the huge reliever whose 93 11 games in their drive to the I \ k\
strikeouts give him second best

total in the AL. Peskey's man in top.Sam McDowell had the White

\Down the LineBy the bullpen sports a 1.62 earnedrun Sox blanked
for 8 2-3 innings but
by the backs is expected to draw most of the attention and shoo-
average seems 'a Mike
Hershberger's bases load-
and questions from the scholastic mentors. MINNESOTA SLUGGERS LEAD WAY
in to snap Jim Konstanty's record ed single sent it into extra in
It's for the former Oklahoma
quite a success story quarterback -
BOB HOODING of 74 appearances in one Tony Oliva (L) Harmon Killebrew
his rise from the bottom to the top. The personable pleted except for pitchers and nings. Chicago then exploded for ,

has from the frustrated disgusted BOSTON (AP) The top nine announced today by PresidentJoe season. four runs in the 10th with run-
Royal come a long way -
batters in the American Pesky has nothing but admiration .
coach who watched his Mississippi State team lose Leagueare Cronin. scoring doubles by Tom Mc-
the All-Star for his stopper. "He's so Craw and J. C. Martin the
26-0 to Florida in the opening game of the 1956 season. on squad corn- AI Kaline, a terror in past key
important to us, the Red Sox blows. I'
That was the day the Gators' Joe Brodsky, from his linebacker [mid-season classics, was promi- "it's unbelievable. 11mr4Th
manager says, Jim clouted two-run
post as the fullback, picked off three passes thrown nent among the latest additions. ." King a ri
First Place homer and Ed Brinkman deliv-
by Billy Stacy, a sophomore quarterback for State. Brod Manager Al did National
Lopez, as Elsewhere in the AL Monday ered sacrifice
a long fly to give
sky ran two of them back 100 and 35 yards for touchdowns
pilot Walter Alston followed -
Baltimore stretched its winning its It endeda
Washington
victory.
and another for 27 yards to set up a score.Dominated Suns
the with
Rapped players' balloting streak to seven games a six-game losing streak for the

down the line in naming their 6-3 victory over Minnesota, Chi- Senators. I

State 15-3 JetsBY second choices. Lopez also add- cago topped Cleveland 5-1 in 10 Claude Osteen, who won his I

by ed first baseman-outfielder Joe innings and Washington defeated sixth game, doubled in front of

In between State drove from goal line to goal line, or so Pepitone of the New York Yan- Detroit 53. New York and Los King's 12th homer in the fifth

it seemed. Final statistics were something like 17 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS kees "because he can play two Angeles were not scheduled. inning. Then Brinkman's sacrifice .

first downs to three and yardage was approximately 300 for buried The Columbus in seventh Jets place may in the be positions." Radatz came on when the fly brought Don Lock home ; f'uesday, June 30, 1964

State to about 100 for Florida. Lopez will complete selectionof Athletics had reached Sox'starter with the deciding run an inning

The final indignity, or maybe it was just the crushing but International league standings, [ an eight-man pitching staff, Earl Wilson and reliever later. Lock had walked and LI
they lots of
blow, came as the first half was running out. State was on hairs are causing to be announced Wednesday Arnold Earley for two runs moved up on Mike Brumley's >R
and ulcers
Florida's yard line, striving for a score to tie the game at gray among night. The game will be played in the seventh. He got pinch hit double.
opposing .
7-7. One of State's fine backs, his name escapes memory, Jets managers.The their fourth in July 7 at New York's Shea Sta- ter Doc Edwards to fly out and

had a wide-open route for the score, but fumbled going in and won dium. then stifled the Athletics the
the Gators recovered. a row Monday night by blasting FOR CHUCK McKINLEY

That's the kind of day It was for Royal and State. league-leading Jacksonville 15- Chicago, now in third place 1
3. This came on the heels of but in the thick of the
The Texas coach should be in a far better mood to reminisce pennant --
three straight victories over fight all season, failed to placea Not EasierBy
You
when he chats here for the FACA clinic. remember Things Getting
best the most recent occurrences. That 11-0-0 and Toronto, another team in the man among the 17 non-

thick of the pennant fight.In pitchers. So did Cleveland and,
national championship should be good for much mileage, Night Game
other games, Buffalo kept KANSAS CITY BOSTON
Kansas City. Since all teams --
for Texan. GEOFFREY MILLER
even a abrkbl abrhbi ; .
pace with an 8-6 victory over have to be represented, Lopez Causey ss 4010 Schilling 2b 3001 1
Rochester, Syracuse pulled to Mathews cf 5131 Mantilla If 2110 WIMBLEDON, England (AP)
must consider that factor in his
Colavito rf 4010 Y'trz'sM cf 4 0 0 0
Caught on the RunA within 1V4 games of the lead pitching picks. i Jimenez If 2 01 Stuart Ib 3000 Things aren't getting any

by defeating Toronto 4-3 and Green pr 0000 Malzone rf 3b 3100 3120 easier for Chuck McKinley in
Detroit dominates the addi- Bryan c 2001 Thomas
vice president of Daytona Speedway has informed that last-place Atlanta turned back Edwards e 1000 Bressoud ss 2122 defense of his Wimbledon tennis
tions made today with catcher Charles 3b 3000 Tillman c 4010
the rumor of an impending sale of the popular track is just Richmond 53.What Alusik Ib-lf 3110 Wilson p 3000 championship. 'They just seem
Bill Freehan and second base- Williams 2b 4 1 2 0
that and nothing more.G. makes Columbus' that
a rumor present way.
Bowsfield p 1 0 0 0 I.
R. Dudley, vice president for finance, sent along a recent showing so impressive is man Jerry Lumpe joining out- Tartabull ph 1 0 0 0
After all he has to face
fielder Kaline who has been selected Jo'ph plt-lb 2010 yet
audited statement regarding the financial conditon of the fact that the Jets had not Totals 32 310 2 Totals 27 4 e 3 s P

the Daytona track. It Is shipshape, thriving and ever-grow ,won a game at home since for the 10th timesecondonly Kansas City ............. 000 001 20ft-3 veteran Australian internationalist -
I June 1 until they returned for to Mickey Mantle's 13. In Boston ................ HI 000 OQx 4 Fred Stolle and either top-

ing.Among 12 All-Star contests Kaline has E-None. DP-Kansas City 2, Boston seeded Roy Emerson or German
recent improvements are _a doubling of the press this stand-and they're making X LOB-Kansas City t, Boston 7. 4

facilities and publicity department, covering and paving of their noise against the lea batted .345 with two homers man 2B-, Williams Bressoud.. 3B-Bressoud.Colavito. Mantilla SF-,Schilling Till upset-maker Wilhelm: Bunge$.

the pit areas, construction of a television tower, the new gue's best. and six RBI. ) Bryan. But they're all right-handed.
IP H R ER BB SO
Joe Weatherly grandstand, improvements in sanitary facili- 12 Runs First baseman Norm Siebern Bowsfield. L, 1.4 4 5 4 4 1 1 And brash, bounding Chuck has

ties with two new infield restrooms and a lift station. Speed. 1 The Jets scored 12 runs off and shortstop Luis Aparicio rep- Wyatt Stock ................... 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 had his troubles with the lefties.

way offices also are being expanded. starter Dick Hughes in the first resent Baltimore. Wilson. W. t-3 ... 6 7 3 3 4 6 "
Earley ......... 2-3 1 0 0 1 0 The San Antonio, Tex., star .u
Gator fullback Larry Dupree is hard at work on his own three innings and then coasted Boston third baseman Frank Radatz ......._.. 21-32 0 1 1 2 moved into semi-
summer conditioning program. The speedy back from Mac- against the Suns. Dick Crott, Wilson faced 3 men In 7th. Wednesday's
Mahone, outfielders Jimmy Hall HBP-BY Earley (Jimenez). WPBowsfield. finals with a struggling 6-3 6-3
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clenny weighs 193 now and is on a self-prescribed diet of an ex-major leaguer makinghis T-2:44. A-21.095.
of Minnesota and Chuck Hintonof
4-6 6-4 decision unseededAbe
over
weight training isometrics and running. first appearance for Columbus Night Game I
failed to survive the second Washington and Pepitone also MINNESOTA BALTIMOREab Segal of South Africa Mon-
were named. r h bi abrhbl
inning despite a 6-0 lead. Versalles ss 4 0 0 0 Brandt cf 4320 day. iEEFEATERiEEFEATER
Previously announced as start- Rollins 3b 4000 Johnson ss 3111:
Ken Off Four walks sad a single in Oliva rf 4232 Aparicio ss 0000' Five Sets
Boyer the second cut the Columbuslead ers were Elston Howard Man- Killebrew If 3 1 1 1 Powell If 4020
tle and Bobby Richardson of the I Allison Ib 4000 Clmoll If 0000: So far the 23-year-old Texai '
in baL and brought on re. Hall cf 4030 Siebern Ib 3113 has lost five sets. All
buj om
Yankees rookie Oliva I 4000 Robinson 3b 4000
liver Fred Green who held ; Tony Henry c
2b 4000 Orsino c 4000
Snyder have been to lefties. Last
Jacksonville hitless and scoreless Harmon Killebrew and Bob Al- Pascual p 1000 Kirkland rf 3001 I year .
to Fast StartBy lison of the Twins Baltimore Mincher ph 1000 Adair 2b 4010 he didn't lose a one en route to,
for 7 1.3 innings. The loss ; Roberts p .2100
was Jacksonville third in third baseman Brooks Robinsonand Totals 33 3 37 3 Totals 3l73 the title.

a Minnesota ................ 103 ooo 20x-3 The Wednesday semis have Martini Menappreciate
Los Angeles shortstop Jim Baltimore ..._ ...._.....103 000 20 -
MIKE RECHT I bat .300 in one season," said row.Right hander Bruce Bru- Fregosi. I E-Allison. DP-Baltimore 1. LOB McKinley against Stolle and

ST. LOUIS (AP) Always a Boyer, who is probably one of baker and John Ryan, who Hinton, Freehan and Kalineare I Minnesota 2B Hall.5, Baltimore Brandt 7.Johnson Adair. Emerson, the topheafavorite its

bride.I the best all-around third base- went into the game against among the leading nine.HR-Oliva 2 (16). Killebrew (28). Siebern to win it all, playing Bungert.

ridesmaid; never a 1 1oWs men St. Louis has ever had. Toronto with a .113 batting league batsmen along with start- (5) Johnson. IP H R ER BB SO, Each is a rematch. Bungert up- 1IfI

;that's Ken Boyer of the St. "I've had them all in separate average, gave Syracuse all the ers Allison Oliva Robinson I Pascual. L, f-5 ... 2 2.3 S 4 2 2 4 set Emerson in the quarter identifiable
,
I Klippstein ......31-3 0 0 0 1 1 R .,
, Cardinals. seasons but never together" power it needed to win. Fregosi, Mantle and Howard. ,Fosnow ----------2 2 2 2 2 :I finals last year, then lost to Mc-
I Roberts. W, 4-4... 7:1: 3 2 0
in the semis. Chuck took
Boyer has given the Cardi- 32 Homers PB Henry. T-2:17. A16610. Kinley excellence.THE .
the title with a victory over
lals nine years of consistent Boyer hit 32 homers in 1960 Night Game -
CHICAGO CLEVELAND Stolle.
erformance that have made he has hit more than .300 five abrhbi abrlibl
third base- Landis cf 4130 Howser. 5000 Bungert, possibly Germany'sbest IMPORTED ONE
outstanding
dIn an times, and he has driven in 111 !3uford 2b 4010 Davahllo cf 4000 w kr

aan hi the National League. runs in a season. His steady H'sh'ger rf 4011 Wagner If 3000 since World War II, pulled BEEFEATER -
Ward 3b 5000 Smith rf 4010
But the big right-h;nder biter play is shown in the last six Hansen ss 3110 Moran 3b :3000 another major surprise Monday,
Nicholson If 3 0 0 Salmon Ib 4120 whipping Rafael Osuna the
has never had the sensationd years in which he has driven in St'hens ph-If 1110 Azcue C :3010 : 94 PROOF 100% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS FROM ENGLAND BY K08RAND N.Y.
Cun'ham Ib 1000 Chance ph 1000 champion in straight sets, 6-4,1
year that would take him out more than 90 runs, hit more America Ltago 1 NATIONAL LEAGUEW Minosa: ph 0100 Brown 2b :3010 .
Musial then 20 homers and hit W L Pet. O.B. L Pd. G.B. McCraw Ib 1011 McDowell p 3000 6-2, 63. i I II 1 .
of Stan more _
I the shadow Baltimore 44 25 .Ml San Fran. U 21 .411 M'Nertn'y c 10 0 ORomano c 1000
than .285 each New York 40 21 .588 4Vi' Phila'phia 42 27.609'I
Willie seasonHe 1111
Mays. Martin c
r Hank Aaron, or Chicago 31 2t .547 t I Pittsburgh 38 32 343 5-

He has never led the league I has been named to the Minnesota Boston 34 3* 37 IS .JJI.,3 11 9 Chicago Cincinnati 34 38 34 33.53S.500 I SV4 Wilhelm Peters Robinson p ph 3010 0001 1 0 0 0 I It's smart to be th-r-r-ifty ,4.
Cleveland 33 36 .'71 12 St. Louis p
National League All-Star team 36 37 .493 8V4 Totals 94 1 5 0
a hitting, or runs batted in, or Los Angeles 35 3t .473 12V4 Milwaukee 35 37 ,486 Totals 3 7 S 10 4
beenIs I for six straight years, including Detroit 32 37 .444 13 Houston 3S 39 .473 10 Chicago .?.....-_- ......000 000 oci 4-5
tome runs. He has never Washington 30 45 .400 1/ Los Angeles: 34 31 .472 10 Cleveland ............... Ill 000 000 t-11 when the brand is .
valuable player. this season. Kansas City 2$ 45 .34 1' New York 22 53 .291 23V4
most .
Yesterday's Results > Oavalilio. LOB Chicago 13 Cleve-
At the of 33 is off Chicago S, Cleveland 1 Cincinnati Yesterdays 4. Results land ..
"I've always wanted to driven age Boyer Baltimore t, Minnesota ) Milwaukee 7.Chicago St. Louis 1 4 28 Peters Landis McCraw Martin.
and to his greatest in run Washington 3. Detroit 3 Houston SB-Landis. S-Wilhelm.IP .
hit 30 homers year production M Philadelphia l 1
100 runs Boston .. Kansas City 3 H R ERBBSO
with a chance to step Only games scheduled Los New Angeles York ..7.San Pittsburgh Francisco I J Priers ...........0 5 1 1 2 4 4EaKaUNDERWEAR
0 0 0 0Wilhelm.
Todays Came Buzhardt 2.3.
into the spotlight. He leads the Minnesota Arrigo i-1 at Baltimore Barber Cincinnati Jay Today's 4-3 Game W.1.3'.11.3 0 0 0 1 1
league in RBI with 54. 1.1Kansas '-SMilwaukee at Chicago Jackson McDowell .,m...* 6 1 1 7 71
Boyer City Pen 7., at Boston Connol- McMahon, L.. 3-1 .. 0 222 1 0
has 12 homers and is hitting 15Chkago Craig 4-3 Blasingam 0-1 at St. Louis Bell ...... ...1 2 2 1. 1
Plzarro ,-4 at Cleveland Kra- 'New York Stallard 5at San Francisco McMahon faced :3 men In 10th. SALE!
MAJOR lick 12. night Perry 43Philadelphia HBP By Peters (Wagner). WP-
.297.Boyer Detroit Wickersham 19-J at Washington Bunning 7.2 at Houston Johnson Peters. PB-Azcue 2. T3:06.11"5...
has 'averaged more Narum 7-3. night 4-4. night
LEAGUE Los Angeles Belensky 4-3 and Meyer 1-3 Only games scheduled. Night Game I i
than 150 games a year' for the at New York Bouton 5-7 and Downing Temerrew-s GItMS DETROIT WASHINGTON MANHATTAN SUPIMA '
22. 2. twilightTamorreW St. Louis akrbbi .
ahrkbi
at Milwaukee.
ILEADE N
Cardinals, but "that 162-game Game Philadelphia at Los Angeles N Lumpe 2b 4110 Bla'ame 2b 4115 I
schedule is rough "When Washington at Chicago. 2. twI-nigM Chicago at Cincinnati N Wert 3b 4000 Kennedy 3b 4115 I '
you Cleveland at Detroit N W.Yortt at Houston. N Kaline rf 4011 King rf 3112! ATHLETIC SHIRTS :
work in an office," he said Los Angeles at Baltimore N Pittsburgh at San Francisco Freehan c 3010 Hinton: If 4510 .
Kansas City at New YorkMinnesota 01 Phillips Ib 3001
Cash Ib 4 0
i
Batting AMERICAN LEAGUER t+, "you get two days off a week. at Boston NINTERNATIONAL FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Demeter U .IILodt cf 2100 100% Supima fine cotton, white swiss r ;.

136 Runs _Minnneso/a.Allison Mlnnesot.. ,335.: 15; 011".'I Think of how it is working sev- W LEAGUE L Pd. G.B. F' llUdenlale W J L 0 a--"_ Thomas McAuliffe cf ss 4 4110 1 2 2 Brvmley Brinkman c IS 3 4010 0 1 1 rib cotton. Sizes S, M, L, XL, L '*

I,"nesotl. 54. I en days week after week. Youcan't Jacksonville 42 32 .573 Llke/'nd 1 0 .500 IV* Regan p 2020 Osteen p 4110
((pletxev+. Mb+ne limos 1 Wood 1000 U "
batted In 1 jac in pit
MANHATTAN
Runs Rochester 3* 30 .565 1
Oh. 60 Stulrt. UmnesO 51. lois Hinton.Vlshlngton. .I rest physically or men- Syracuse 3t 31 JS7 144 Orlando Sarasota 1 1 .500 IV.* Phillip ph 1511 I
a.
-Olive. M 1 2 .333 2
Hits Toronto 3t 32.S4t 2
tally. St. Petersburg 35 3 S 3 Totals 31574
fLDojblesAlllSOM1 BrwpEr Buffalo 39331n. 2 1 t333 2 Tata BOXER SHORTS. .
Mlnnesot.20; "I can feel things I didn't Richmond 3* 40 .444 IA\ Miami Daytona BeachYesterday 1 2 .333 2 Detrorf ..-..,,,,,,,...,.-. 1M 200 0003WashteftM 1 I'' >>.
tiud. 11.strtemsk6 Boston 1, Yen Atlanta 30 40 .43 10V I I .000 2 .. .. ...,.. 150531 10x-4
v+ feel two It's 24 11 .333 17V4 Reswlts
site, MlnneSOtl. .. 21/ years ago. nothing Yesterdays R**.tt. Miami t St. Petersburg 0 McAvliffe. Wert. DP-Detroit 1. LOB Cotton Broadcloth in whitet colic
Home runs Killebrew. MlMe50t.Mb ..sbStOIIe serious, but I don't always have Syracuse 4. Toronto 3 i Tampa Daytona Orlando 0, 10 inning -Detroit 4. Washington 7.28U1rnp.o. I colors Sizes 3042.
4111. BaltImOre and AlliIOfto Buffalo 4. Rochester t Fort Beach at Lakeland ppd rake Regan Ostcefy Bromley or fancy prints. ,
3U that zip I had earlier. Richmond 7.Atlanta 5. Lauderdale 4. Sarasota 2Lakeland Kennedy. HR-McAutiffe (12) King (12).,
bases-'parlcio"" Blltlmore. Columbia IS, Jacksonville 13 10 innings -Phillips, Brinkman. SB Thomas.IP I II 1
REGULAR
4..is.i Chicago. 12. VGrt.I TKaysOameaRochester Todays Came H It ER BB SO J 3.75 VALUE 'f '
Pitching 7 ec\l1O"t-FonL\ New 1-2. .100. at Buffalo at Orlando Regan, L.: 3-7 .,.. 4 5.:1:1: : II )t t
.9091 KraIalld4 Cleveland. York g4; Ex-Vandy Grid Syracuse at Toronto Tampa at Daytona Beach Fox .... ...,..2 2 1 5 5 NOW i
Strikeouts Ford. t4twtadatz. Atlanta Richmond Fort Lauderdale at Sarasota .... 2// PACKAGE i
Osteen W. 6-4 f 1 3 :3 J : t 4
Boston n. Jacksonville at ColumbusGentile Miami at St. Petersburg PB-Freehan. T-2:25. Ar-4.7u.- ;} '
III. 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE Standout Dies :
Clemente.itt$-
at ban $2'85 .
Batting 17S
.
Kroh Runs.3411- May William, San Francisco OI .3A6.eII 611 AI- Out LAWN IRRIGATION 0 f3 FOR i : 'J ?: : .
NASHVILLE Tenn.
AP-J.
Philadelphia. 4!. .
143 Runs May bitted SIn FrWCl5CO.In Boyef'53. St. louis.I Vaughan Blake who carried.on For a While aLf

Pittsburgh Hi Wil- tradition of SYSTEMSCustom
Hits Clemente. a family being a

.Um Doubles*. Chlccge._ aenwnt.,1- Plttlbu'Vh. 211 Vanderbilt University football BOSTON AP) -Kansas City Designed For Your Lawn Tailored To

pttttama_Chicago.Santa 19Tripla ptk+0a 73 C."bon. captain, died at his home here slugger Jim Gentile is not expected Your Needs And Your Budget By A Specialist Lf
"" ". r ta. 6. He 76.
Monday. was to return to action until.
FrandKGor For best
Home runs Mays. $aft performance and efficiency we hove available BuckI
I
William*. Chicago and Howard. Lot For three years, 1906 through after the All-Star game the club I ner. Champion. Thompson and Rainbird. Flush Pop-Up or I

n.e Stolen es. bases II. will. u. Awle ..J 1908, Blake and his brothers Dan announced Monday night. I Impulse Type Sprinkler Heads

larper, Cincinnati and Brock. St. Louis. and Bob captained the Vanderbilt Gentile pulled a cartilage froma FULLY GUARANTEED s = t
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p*Pitching. 10-Z. 433 7; deelslons--Farrell.Burning Philadelphia.Hous.7.1 teams which compiled rib on his left side June 25 i Call Sudden Service Oil Co. 225 W. UNIV. AVE.

L Jn.Stikeouts. Kout,.. Los Angelev 11<; I 20 victories, four losses. and two and was sent home for exami-j FR 6-4404 Free Parking on 1st Fed. Lot.

Pqd *. Lo:* Angeles, I U. I ties. aa, and treatment I \




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26 Gainesville Sun Tuesday June 30, 1964 .
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. rn IN CHURCH LOOP *
\ .. .
Face :Rocked | .t"" .."'t._ .





As Dodgers i I.L_: ...t Games Made UpChurch -


.c.. .
., .;ir::.N. : League makeup games Central. Robbins and Canady; Jones and!

were played last night at City Highlands 100 003 26 11 5 Waldrey, Kenyon.

Nip PiratesBy Park. Kanapaha Presbyter a u Kanapaha 440 003 x-11 9 4 First Meth. 3030002-8125

downed Highlands Presbyterian Wesley Meth. 000 002 1-3 8 4

11-6, First Methodist beat Wes- Loggins and Newell, Todd; Geiger
MURRAY CHASS Face suffered his third loss in ley Methodist 8-3. A's Rehire and Bryant, Shipp.

Associated Press Sports Writer five decisions and had his and Southside Baptist crushed
The flame in Elroy Face's earned Southside 290 ((12)5-28) 31 1
run average soar to 5.23 Calvary Baptist, 28-1, in games
fork ball appears to be flicker- for 22 games. played on Field No. 2 Eddie LopatKANSAS Calvary 001 001 710

ing. As a result be's, not putting Face's showing followed a __ On Field No. 1, Latter Day Smith, Roebuck and Lea h y,

out fires the way"he once painful pattern that has devel- 4 Saints rolled over Grace Presbyterian CITY AP-Ed) Lo Smith; Purdy and Johnson.

did.Face oped for the man who won 17 25-11, Parkview Baptist pat has been rehired for a new- LDS 500 (12)8-25)

not long ago one of the straight games in relief in 1959 downed First Presbyterian ly created job as vice presidentin Grace 800 21-11 8

top relief pitchers in the majors, and who has averaged 61 appearances 12-1 and First Baptist crushed charge of player presonnel at Brown, Whittaker and Hall;

was rocked again Monday night a season for the past North Central Baptist, 2W.( a salary hike under a new con- Whitehouse and Myers.

In Pittsburgh's 7-6 loss to the eight years. 1 Combs, Jamerson and Good tract, three weeks after he was Parkview 50313-1215

ninth-place Los 'Angeles Dodgers. He was called upon June 21 to all had two hits for Kanapaha. !fired as manager of the Kansas First Presby. 001 00- 1 3
.
The Pirate keep the Pirates close in a game Canaday, Redlpck and Robbins ,City Athletics. I Bryant and Ward; Fletcher and
36-year-old right- 3 ,
Chicago led 2-0. However the had a pair apiece for High- .
hander entered the game in the "He's a tremendous fellow Brussmej
Cubs lashed him for two runs > lands. with out- First 012 505 7-20 22
seventh inning just after'a four- great experience as an Bap.
and three hits in two-thirds of r Three Hits scout and North Cen. 005 001 06 10
run rally had tied the Dodgers standing pitcher, manager -
and collected
5-5. He retired the first batter,i an inning Ingman Bishop ," said owner Charles O. Lankford and Cobb; Mixon and

but before retiring the side, he! On June 12 he replaced starter ,. three hits each for First undefeated Methodist Finley Monday. I II Maddox. _
which remained -
walked three batters and Bob Veale in the sixth inning I
gave t
in Church play. Geiger had I .
after the Cubs had scored two
two singles allowing the
up three for Wesley.
losing
Dodgers to score two runs, runs and had two more runners l4-OKMom! .J
which they needed for the vic- on base with two out Face put Southside Baptist got 31 hits NEW 1964 GMC
another on before Joe Amalfi- with Dugger and Kitchens collecting -
tory. That's what Jack Rhine 13 to be saying after he tried out the
appears four each to lead. Wil-
tano belted a grand slam homer.
For his brief appearance,, ramp. That's Mom, Mrs. Mary E. Rhine, left; and sister Judy, 11, center. The liams and Johnson had a pair PICKUP TRUCKS

Other GamesIn Rhines live at 2919 NE 21st Terrace. ( Sun photos by Tommy Lewis). each for Calvary. I

other National League Baldwin paced LDS' 18-hit at-

... games Monday, New York tack with four blows, all dou- $1768

I edged San Francisco 4-3,' Hous- Three Practice Sessions bles. Roberts and Locklear had i i

ton trounced Philadelphia 6-1, two each for Grace.MacDonald. LOW DOWN PAYMENTrtIJP
CINCINNATI brhU CHICAGO brhbl Milwaukee downed St. Louis, Hit I

Rose 2b 5110 Am'fitano 2b 4 0 0 0 7-4 and Cincinnati whipped Chi- I
Keough rf 5020 Stewart u 3010 MacDonald had three hits for r4
Pinson cf 41 1 0 Williams If 4000 cago 61.Frank. Remain for
'Soapboxers'Just Parkview while Grussmeyer got
Robinson If 5110 Santo 3b 4010 Howard drove in three
Johnson Ib 5011 Banks Ib 4010 two of the three' blows losing
Edwards c 4 21 0 Gabr'son rf 4 01 0, runs for the Dodgers, including
Cardenas ss 4 1 3 3 Cowan cf 300 Bores 3b 3012 Bertell c 3111 the winning one with his second I three more opportunIties the Gainesville Shopping Centerare sped and weigh each racer. off winning pitcher Bryant. I! -
O'Toola 2000 Burdette p 0000 MO KW. M ATCM pMtsmsu
Coleman p phlOOOOttph 1000 sacrifice fly. He also bomered. remain for boys entered in scheduled to be held from 6 This will be the last chance for Bristowe had two singles, a :

Burke Rogers Ph ph 1000 1000 'The Pirates, down 5-1, had ral-Ithe Gainesville Jaycee Tropi- to 8 p.m. today, tomorrow and contestants to have their vehi double and a triple for First! 220 N.W. 8th Ave. 372-3582 '

Totals 3(111 < Totals 321 i.1 lied for a tie on two errors by cal Pontiac Derby to test their Thursday of this week. cles checked before the racers Baptist. Kenny had a homer II i

Chicago Cincinnati ..001.11 000 000 Ml 000-1-4 third baseman Derrell Griffith, homemade racers from the official After completion of the Thursday are impounded and inspected by and two singles for losing North I I

E-Cowan. Santo 2. DP-Chicago 2. two wild pitches by Bob Miller, starting ramps before the session, the ramps will be Jacksonville Soapbox Derby of- .

LOB-Cincinnati t, Chicago 6. a walk and singles by Donn July 18 race on West University dismantled and shipped to ficials on Thursday, July 9. I
3B-BoroS. HR
SB Cardenas 2 Santo. I I'
-Bertell (3). Clendenon, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Avenue (Gator Hill), accordingto Jacksonville for use by Jayceesin I

O'Toole. W 7-4 .. 7 IP H 4 R 1 ER 1 BB 1 SO 5 Bailey and Manny Mota. Derby Chairman W. W. Wil- that city's race on July 11. have All entrants their are requested the to 8fA.\i; JEll IIAM
at
Henry ......... 2 1 0 0 1 2Burdette. Jesse Gonder's two-run homerin kerson. Preceding each practice session racers Tropi- ;,... I
U 4-2 .. 3 7 5 5 3 1 cal Pontiac showroom on N.W. 1 \
Scott ............. 3 0 0 0 1 1 the ninth off Bob Bolin lifted Wilkerson said practice sessions at the Shopping Center, local r2 -
McDaniel...... 2 1 0 0 0 2 July 8 for this important inspec-
Shantz ......... 13 2 1 1 0 0 the Mets to their fifth victory in from the ramps set up at Jaycees will thoroughly in- kJ-i1' IS PART OF THE SCENE WITH
.........
Elston 23 1 0 0 0 1
WP AAcDaniel. T 2.34.: A7327. 10 games with the leagueleading tion.Wilkerson
-
also announced that PEOPLE WHO HAVE A TASTE
Giants. The blow followed a -

PITTSBURGH. Night Game LOS ANGELES one-out walk to Larry Elliot. Jim Belk-Lindsey UCT Win all derby drivers are expectedto I I x FOR GOOD LIVING IN
ab r.. bl ab r h bl meet with him at the Shop- rj
Hart belted four hits includinga
5320 %
Wills
Alley ss 4000 ss 1PI
Mola cf 5022 Parker cf 3210 fourth-inning homer for the ping Center at 6 p.m. tonight fora
Clemente rf 4 0 1 0 Fairly Ib 2022 In Junior ActionBelk final orientation meeting and
Stargell If 5 0 0 0 T.Davls If 2 01 1Clenden'n Giants. League sce31r3oalcracsl
Ib 4 2>C 0 Howard rf 2113 to sign up for the July 11 Jack- I / it i FLORIDA
Freese 3b 5210 Roseboro C 2100 Bob Aspromonte's hitting and
Mazer'kl 2b 4122 Griffith 3b 3000 Bob Bruce's pitching led Hous- Lindsey edged Knightsof two errors. With two outs, two sonville Soapbox Derby. He em-
Pagllaronl c 3 01 0 Gllllam 3b 0000
Lynch ph 1011 Oliver 2b 4021 ton over Philadelphia. Aspro- Pythias 3-2 and United Com- runners on, Hinson relieved phasized that this is a "must"meeting "j1

Vlrdon Gibbon ph p 1000 OOOOUVIIIerp.Miller p 2020 1000 monte climaxed a five-run first mercial Travelers d o wn ed Botts walked another batter to for all 45 boys enter-

Bailey ph 1110 Perran'skl p 1 0 0 0M'F'ne inning with his second grand Florida National Bank: 8-4 in load the bases and then struck ed in the cnntest.
ph-C 1000
I I E
111151)
Totals 38115 Totals 277117 lam homer of the season. Junior League baseball gamesat out the next one to save the vic- All racers entered in both the I IWilllvawy .'

............ .
Pittsburgh 10100 410-4 Harris Jacksonville and local eventsare
Field last
Los Angeles ............... 101 211 MX-7 Bruce allowed seven hits, two night. tory.UCT
E-St.rgell. Griffith 3. OP-Pittsburgh after the fourth inning, andidn't Knights of Pythias trailing 2- took advantage of 10 expected to be completedthis
2. LOB-Pittsburgh 10 Los Angeles 7. week and the construct Ion
JB-Mazeroskl, Falrty.. HR Howard [ walk anyone in winning 0 going into the final inning, al- walks en route to its victory.I
(IS). SB-Wills. S-Parker, Griffith Fair-. his eighth game against four de- most pulled it out. Two runs Robbins had two hits for losing' workshops which have been .

ly. SF-MazeroskL. IP Hpw0rd.2.;,*H..:..RTRBs.SO feats. He retired 16 consecutive came in on three walks and Florida National Bank while held nightly at the Boys' Club / -
Gibbon .......R'3 1 I1 1 1 0 for the past month will be dis-
Priddy ...... ..31*. 5" 3 .J r. 1 1 batters at one?stretch..; Soxman and Scarborough dou- tc Haler UMTucn Simon iKBft man jsnun: wo iamn IT WE wi I. KW BSWW CD.. tumm.! nut, IT. .
sisk ../sc9a' i\; o 'o Belk-Undsey. Knights of Pythias continued after Thursday night.
> ;Mathews walked inj his bled. UCT four in the
Face, l.2.3'-::::. 1 2 r 2 3 Xo :gEd ab r h abrh got runs
Law..1 1 0 0 0 2 first four appearances, then J. D'la'y 3b-lf 1 1 0 Mathews Ib 300 fifth to take the lead and heldon. '
L.Mlller ........ 6 237 5 2 1 4 Cheatman rt 100 Bailes cf 301 (
Miller ....... 23 .2 1 1 1 0 homered in the ninth inning, tying Quinn cf 100 Boyd p 301 .
PerranoskT. W. 3-31232 0 0 2 2 ., B. M'Nel. Ib 3 0 0 Fuller c 300 I Io.
HBP- By Prlddy, Roseboro. WP-L. the Cardinals 44. The Davis C 3 0 Hartman 3b 311 Major league games today

Miller, R. Miller 2. T-2 Jl. A-", 46. Braves went on to score three Yeomans. M'Nel ss 2b 100 301 picore Kldwell If ss 200M. 100 will send Boys' Club against I

Night Game more runs in the inning. Gene Boothby If-3b 210 Guenther 2b 200 Rotary at 5:30: and Elks meets !
Botts 2 01
NEW YORK SAN, FRANCISCO: : p-2b Mayhew rf 200T.
ab r h M ab r h M Oliver singled home Denis Du'la'y Ib 2' 1 Pringle ss 200 Kiwanis at 7:30. '
Steph'son 3b 41 1 1 Kuenn If 1000 Butler rf 200 Bryon If 1 00
Menke with the deciding run.
Hunt 2b 4000 Snider If 2010 Hlnson 2b-p 1 0 0 Tisdale rf 100
Altman If 3110 Oavenp't ph 1000 Mathews scored two earlier runs Lee If 000 \
Chr'fpher rf 4 0 0 0 Lanier 2b 3110 Cunstill d 20
'
Kranep'l Ib 4010 Mays cf 4000 on singles by Lee Maye. Totals 24 3 3 Totals 21 2 2 ,+ I I

Elliot cf 3111 Cepeda Ib 4011 The Reds whipped the Cubs Knights of Pythias ............ 000 002-2 f xs I
Gender e 3112 Hart 3b 4241 Blk-Llndsey 101 Olx-3
Samuel ss 4020 J.AIou rf 4030 behind the hitting of Steve Bor- -l
Fisher p 1010 Crandall c 4011 _
Hickman ph 1 0 0 0 Pagan ss 4000 os and Leo Cardenas. Boros Florid National United Com. Tray.

Jackson p 1000 Bolin Peterson p ph 3000 1 0 0 0 drove home two runs with a Seaman c abrh 411. Ellis 2b abrh 400 CLEANINGREPAIRING a '
Totals 32 4 I 4 Totals 333715 in the second inning while Bass d.ss 300 Scar'ough ss 411 I A. '
triple Green 3b-p 300 Robbins 3b 402 f' 9 9r
.,,.......... f
New York 100 100 002: -4San
Cardenas doubled home three Spears lb-3b 3 0 0 Goodhart cf 400
Francisco .......... 110 110 000-3 Chltty 2b 300 Register p 420BUlotM
E-None. DP-New York 1. San Francisco runs in the third. Dick Bertell p-lb 3 21 Rinser rf 100 I I
2. LOB-New York 5. San FranCisco Scott rf 110 Andrews If 100 I
homered off Jim O'Toole who
7. Martin If 100 Mosley c 421 "We Rod
2B-Crandall. Lanler Samuel 2. HR_ 'recorded his seventh triumph in Smith ss 200 Atchinson Ib 4 1 0 .
Stephenson (1), Gonder (3). Hart (f). : Crosby cf 200 Johnson If 100 Them Out" f
S Fisher, Lanler. 11 decisions. Balsamo If 100 Beck rf 100 II
IP H R ER II SO Bishop rf 1 0 Wilson rf 100
Fisher .........6 0 3 3 1 3 Wheeler If 100 Butcher If 110 Motor Block I
Jackson. W. 4-10 3 3. 0 0 2 Parker If 110
Bolin. L. 2.3..1 0 4 4 3 0 Giants Sox Ferrell rf 100 FlushedWe
T230. A10232. Totals 21 4 2 Totals 34 14 i

MILWAUKEE Night Cam ST. LOUIS Take Games United Florida Com.National Travel 110 030 042-1 001 4Gator Pick-Up & Deliver 4 s?

ab r h H I ,
abrhbl Flood cf 51 21 the RADIATOR SHOPWhite
Seminole action at
Mathews 3b 1 31 1 Brock If 3128 League I Signs
Menke ss 3100 Groat ss 4121 Boys' Club yesterday saw the Electric
Aaron rt 3010 Boyer 3b 4011
Maye cf 5032 White Ib 4000 Giants edge Dodgers 6-5 and WASHINGTON (AP) The

Cline Terr cf c 5110 0000 Warwick Gaqllano rf 2b 4010 4020 White Sox bump Cubs 12 10. Washington Redskins of the Na- & Battery <<

Oliver Ib 5231 McCarver c 3110 The Braves Angels game was tional Football League an- F 7L J
CartY If ,5032 Washburn t .00 !
Boiling 2b ,500 OGIbson p p 1000 rescheduled for July 8, at 9:30 nounced today the signing of Service

Sadowskl Schneider p 1000 1 0 0 0 Skinner ph 1000 a.m. and the Phils Athletes I two rookies, end Russ Brown of

Bailey ph p 1000 contest for 3 p.m. Both games the University of Florida, and 118 N.W. 8th Are.

Krl-j Totals ph 34 1000 712 4 Totals 34 411 3 were postponed because of rain. halfback Ozzie Clay of Iowa FR 2-8581

Milwaukee ........... 001 111 004-7 Outstanding players included State University.,
St. Louis ..............., 291 111 000-4
Rusty Witt and Waylan Willis -
E-Brock DP 1, St.
2. -Milwaukee
Louis 2. LOB-Milwaukee 10. St. Louis .. Cubs; Jerry Philman and .
JB-Boyer. Gagllano. May.. HR- Ricky Yantz, White Sox; Glenn LIMITED
Mathews .
(I) 58-Brock. S-Mnke. SPECIAL! y1IMEAirConditioning
Brock. Hobble. Whittington and Fred Hewitt; i

Schneider ...... 31-35 IP H R 3 Eit 3 II 0 SO 1 and Ray Cauthen, David Heath- Mrs. Turner needs a
Sadowskl ........ 2-3. 1 1 0 1 coat, and Don Sureth Giants. Unit tune-up
Hoeft .. ..._.._u 2 2 0 0 1 3
Tlefenauer. W. 3-42 0 0 0 0 2
Washburn .. 3 3 1 1 3 1 !
Hobble .... ... 2 2-3. 2 1 3 2 (Again )
Gibson, U 6-5 .. 3 1-3 5 4 3 1 4WP 265 Plus
Installed
-Schneider. Sadowskl 2. PB-Mc Taxand
Carver. T-2J3 A-1U34.

PHILADELPHIA Too bad. Maybe now Mrs. Turner will switch to AMOCO Gasoline.
abrhbi abrnhi -- upi

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Face F.F F- .. .". IN CHURCH LOOP '
Rocked -'l'.m
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.. \W: Church League makeup games I Central. Robbins and Canady; Jones and |

: were played last night at City Highlands 100 003 26 11 5 Waldrey, Kenyon.

Nip Pirates Park. Kanapaha Presbyteri a u Kanapaha 440 003 x-11 9 4 First Meth. 303 000 2-8 12 5

i downed Highlands Presbyterian Wesley Meth. 000 002 1-3 8 4

a 11-6, First Methodist beat Wes- Loggins and Newell, Todd; Geiger .
By MURRAY CHASS Face suffered his third loss in .i' \ M ley Methodist 8-3. A's Rehire and Bryant Shipp.
Associated
Press
Sports Writer five decisions and had his I and Southside Baptist crushed

The flame in Elroy Face's earned run average soar to 5.23 Calvary Baptist, 28-1, in games Southside 290 ((12)5-28) 31 1

fork ban appears to be flicker- for 22 games. played on Field No. 2 Eddie LopatKANSAS Calvary 001 001 710

Ing. As a result, he's not 'putting Face's showing followed a .t On Field No. 1, Latter Day Smith, Roebuck and Lea b y,

out fires the way'he once _, 1 ; Smith; Purdy and Johnson.
painful pattern that has devel- Saints rolled over Grace Pres- CITY (AP-Ed Lo-

did.Face oped for the man who won 1 7 byterian 25-11 Parkview Bap- pat has been rehired for a new- LDS 500 (12)8-25)

not long ago one of the straight games in relief in 1959 tist downed First Presbyterian ly created job as vice presidentin Grace 800 21-11 8

top relief rocked pitchers in the majors and who has averaged 61 appearances 12-1 and First Baptist crushed charge of player presonnel at Brown, Whittaker and Hall;
was again
Monday nightIn a season for the past North Central Baptist 2V6.( a salary hike under a new con-I Whitehouse and Myers.
Pittsburgh's 7-6 loss to the
eight years. Combs, Jamerson and Good tract, three weeks after he was Parkview 50313-1215
ninth-place Los Dodge
Angeles
He was called upon June 21 to all had two hits for Kanapaha. fired as manager of the Kansas' First Presby. 001 00- 1 3

ers.The 36-year-old Pirate right keep the Pirates close in a game Caaaday, Redlock and Robbins ,City Athletics. II I'Bryant and Ward; Fletcher and

Chicago led 2-0. However the 'p' had a pair apiece for High-
hander entered the game in the a4r f. ,/ t. : "He's a tremendous fellow Brussmej
Cubs lashed him for ... .. lands.
two ,
runs 012 505 7-20 22
seventh inning just after a four- with great experience as an out- First Bap.
and three hits in two-thirds of Three Hits
run rally had tied the Dodgers standing pitcher scout and manager North Cen. 005 001 0- 6 10

55. He retired the first batter an inning Ingman and Bishop collected ," said owner Charles O. Lankford and Cobb; Mixon and
On June 12 he replaced starter .' three hits each for First Methodist -
but before retiring the side, he Finley Monday. Maddox.
walked three batters and gave Bob Veale fa the sixth inning which remained undefeated
two singles allowing the after the Cubs had scored two --- '----- In Church play. Geiger had I I j

Dodgers up to score, two runs, runs and had two more runnerson Everything's A-OK Mom! three for losing Wesley.

which they needed for the vic base with two out. Face put r Southside Baptist got 31 hits NEW 1964 GMC
and Kitchens col-
another on before Joe Amalfi- with Dugger
tory. tano belted a grand slam homer. That's what Jack Rhine, 13, appears to be saying after he tried out the lecting four each to lead. Wil-

For his brief appearance ramp. That's Mom, Mrs. Mary E. Rhine, left; and sister Judy, 11, center. The liams and Johnson had a pair PICKUP TRUCKS

Other Games I Rhines live at 2919 NE 21st Terrace. ( Sun photos by Tommy Lewis). each for Calvary.

In other National League Baldwin paced LDS' 18-hit at-

games Monday New York tack with four blows, all dou $1768 i

edged San Francisco 4-3, Hous- Three Practice Sessions bles. Roberts and Locklear had :

ton trounced Philadelphia 6-1
two each for Grace.MacDonald. LOW DOWN PAYMENTLow
CINCINNATI CHICAGOab Milwaukee downed St. Louis,
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Hit Monthly Payments
Rose 2b 5110 Amf Itano 2b 4 0 0 0 7-4 and Cincinnati whipped Chicago t
keough rf 5020 Stewart IS 3010 6.1.Frank MacDonald had three hits for
Pinson cf 41 1 Williams If 4000 Remain for
'Soapboxers'Just Parkview while Grussmeyer got ikc
Robinson If 5110 Santo 3b 4010 Howard drove in three t
5011 Banks 1b 4010 cP
Johnson Ib two of the three' blows losing
Edwards c 4 21 0 Gabr'sen rf 4 01 0. runs for the Dodgers, including
Cardenas u 41 3 3 Cowan cf 3000 First Presbyterian collected
G M
Boros 3b 3012 Bertell c 3111 I the winning one with his second three more opportunities -the Gainesville Shopping Center! spect and weigh each racer., off winning pitcher Bryant. T>oot WTIRjlh

Coleman O'Toole p phlOOOOttph 2000 Burdettt p 0000 1000 sacrifice fly. He also homered. remain for boys entered in are scheduled to be held from 6 This will be the last chance for Bristowe had two singles, a 22011w. MA.M* r1. 71211.7

Burke Rogers ph ph 1000 1000 The Pirates, down 5-1. had ral- the Gainesville Jaycee Tropi- to S p.m.. today tomorrow and contestants to have their vehi double and a triple for First 220 N.W. 8th Ave. 372-3582

Totals 31 i 11 i Totals 321 5.1 lied for a tie on two errors by cal Pontiac Derby to test their Thursday of,this week. cles checked before the racers i Baptist. Kenny had a homer I I II

Cincinnati .023 000 001-4 third baseman Derrell Griffith, homemade racers from the official After of the Thurs- and t
Chicago 001 000 000-1 completion are impounded inspected by and two singles for losing North,I.

e-Cowan. Santo 2. DP-Chicago 2- two wild pitches by Bob Miller, starting ramps before the day session, the ramps will be Jacksonville Soapbox Derby of- .

LOB 28--Cincinnati Cardenas J,r,Santo.Chicago 3B-BorOS.6. HR a walk and singles by Donn July 18 race on West University dismantled and shipped to ficials on Thursday July 9. I

-Bertell (3). Clendenon, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Avenue (Gator Hill), according Jacksonville for use by Jaycees
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O'Toole. W. 7-4 .. 7 1 1 1 1 5 Bailey and Manny Mota. to Derby Chairman W. W. Wil- in that city's race on July 11. JEll lUllIS
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Henry .. .. 2 1 0 0 1 2Burdette. kerson.
U42 .. 3 7 5 5 3 1 Jesse Gonder's two-run homer Preceding each practice session -cal Pontiac showroom N.W. 1 f
Scott .. ........... 3 0 0 0 1 1 in the ninth off Bob Bolin lifted Wilkerson said practice sessions at the Shopping Center local on
McDaniel...... 2 1 0 0 0 2 July 8 for this important inspec-
Shantz ......... 1-3 2 1 1 0 0 the Mets to their fifth victory fa from the ramps set up at Jaycees will thoroughly in- PART OF THE SCENE WITH
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PITTSBURGH. Night Game LOS ANGELES one-out walk to Larry Elliot. Jim Belk-Lindsey UCT Win all derby drivers are expectedto
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Hart belted four includinga
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Mota cf 5022 Parker cf 3210 homer Center at 6 p.m. tonight fora
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Clement rf 4 0 1 0 Fairly Ib 2022 In
Stargell If 5 0 0 0 Davis If 2011 Giants. Junior League ActionBelk final orientation meeting and
Clenden'n Ib 4 24 0 Howard rf 2113 to sign up for the July 11 Jacksonville I i1> Free e 3b 5210 Roseboro e 2100 Bob Aspromonte's hitting and

Mazefkl Pagllaronl 2b c 3 4122 01 0 Griffith Gllllam 3b 3b 0000 3000 Bob Bruce's pitching led Houston Lindsey edged Knightsof two errors. With two outs, two Soapbox Derby. He emphasized .1

Lynch ph 1011 Oliver 2b 4021 over Philadelphia. Aspro- Pythias 3-2 and United Com- runners on, Hinson relieved that this is a "must"meeting I ,
Gibbon p 0 0 0 0 L.Mlller p 2020 mercial Travelers d o ed Botts walked another batter for all 45 boys enter- i iJIN.
VIrdon ph 1000 RJWIIIer p 1000 monte climaxed a five-run first wn to
AVF'ne Bailey ph ph-C 1110 1000 Perran'skl p 1 0 0 0 inning with his second grand Florida National Bank 8-4 in load the bases and then struck ed in the cnntest. I ,ew

Totals 384115 Totals 27 7117 slam homer of the season. Junior League baseball gamesat out the next one to save the vic- AU racers entered in both the I 011 IXflti m wy 1111611 .

Pittsburgh .............. 010 toO 410-4 Jacksonville and local /
eventsare
Harris Field last
Lot Angeles ............... 111 211 20x-7 Bruce allowed seven hits two night. tory.UCT

E-Stargell. Griffith X D-Pittsburgh after the fourth inning, andlidn't Knights of Pythias, trailing 2- took advantage of 10 expected to be completedthis
2. LOB-Pittsburgh 10. Los Angeles 7. week and the construct Ion
28-Mazeroskl. Fairly., HR Howard walk anyone fa winning ,0 going into the final inning, almost -walks en route to its victory.I

ly.OS.AAazeroskL.SB-Wills. S-Parker Howard, Griffith..I- Fair. his eighth game against four de- pulled it out. Two runscame Robbins had two hits for losing workshops which have been

IP ;N ;IRBeSO feats. He retired 16 consecutive in,' on, three walks and Florida National Bank while held nightly at the Boys' Club
Gibbon .f :-ITS 1 l' 1 l' 0 for the past month will be dis-
Priddy .'2-3. 3' S ..J"1 1 batters at one."stretch., Soxman and Scarborough dou- Kticof raracn jruittiifliraisi won jsma wo lomn H THE JAMES I. SUM BOTUJW W., CUBWT. IUM rr.
Sisk .** C92* ,1" 0 0 Belk-Undsey. Knights of Pythias continued after Thursday night. .
fEdMathews' walked in his bled. UCT four in the
Face, L.2"3-:::: 1 2 -r 2 3 Jo : abrh abrh got runs ,
Law............1 1 0 0 0 2 first four appearances, then J. D'la'y 3b-lf 1 1 0 Mathews Ib 300 fifth to take the lead and heldon.
Miller .. 23 7 5 2 1 4 Cheatman rf 100 Balles cf 301
R.Miller ....... 2'3.2 1 1 1 0 homered in the ninth inning, ty- Quinn cf 100 Boyd p 301 11V
Perranoskt. W. 3-31232 0 0 2 2 B. M'Nel. Ib 3 0 0 Fuller c 300
Cardinals 4-4. The
HBP-By Prlddy Roseboro. WP-L. lag the Davis c 300 Hartman 3b 311 Major league games today
Miller. R. Miller 2. T-2 Jl. A-',*44. Braves went on to score three Yeomans ss 3 01 Plcore If 200M.
M'Nel 2b 100 Kldweil ss 100 will send Boys' Club against
Night Game I more runs in the inning. Gene Boothby If.3b 21 0 Guenther 2b 200 Rotary at 5:30: and Elks meets
NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Botts P-Jb 2 0 1 Mayhew rf 200T.
abrhbi abrhbi. i Oliver singled home Denis Du'la'y Ib 21 1 Prmgle ss 200 Kiwanis at 7:30.
!' I3b 41 1 1 Kuenn If 1000 Ienke with the deciding run. Butler rf 200 Bryon If 100 V
Hunt 2b 4 0 0 0 Snider If 2010 Hinson 2b-p 1 0 0 Tisdale rf 100 >
Altman If 3110 Davenp't ph 1 0 0 0 Mathews scored two earlier runs Lee if 000
ChrTpher rf 10 0 0 Lanier 2b 3110 funstill d 20 Aa
Kranep'l Ib 4010 Mays cf 4000 on singles by Lee Maye.. Totals 24 3 3 Totals 26 22 1 1 1r

Elliot cf 3111 Cepeda Ib 4011 1 The Reds whipped the Cubs Knights of Pythias ............ 000 002-2elkLlndsey I
Gender c 3112 Hart 3b 4241 > iqi eix-3
Samuel. 4020 J.Alou rf 4030 behind the hitting of Steve Bor : a
Fisher p 1010 Crandall c 4011
Hickman ph 1 0 0 0 Pagan ss 4000 os and Leo Cardenas. Boros Florida National United Com. Tray.

Jackson p 1000 Bolin Peterson p ph 3000 1 0 0 0 drove[ home two runs with a Soxman C abrh 4 1 1 Ellis 2b abrh 400 CLEANINGREPAIRING A

Totals 324S4 Totals IS 311 3 in the second inning while Bass cf-ss 300 Scar'ough ss 411 9'' y $
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New York 100 100 001-4
Spears lb-3b 300 Goodhart cf 400
San Francisco .......... 010 111 000-3 Cardenas doubled home three Chitty 2b 300 Register p 420
E-None. DP-New York 1. San Fran runs in the third. Dick Bertell BIztotes p-lb 3 21 Rinser rf 1 00 !
Cisco 2. LOB-New York 5. San Fran- Scott rf 110 Andrews If 100 R'pryny
homered off Jim O'Toole who
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Cisco 7. Martin If 100 Mosley c 21 "We Rod
?B-Crandalt. Lanier Samuel 2. HR- recorded his seventh triumph in Smith ss 200 Atchinson Ib 41 0 r
Stephwson (1). Gonder (3). Hart (fJ.Flsher Crosby cf 200 Johnson If 1 00 Them Out" 'g
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Torre cf c 0000 5110 Warwick Gaqllano rf 2b 4 4020 01 0 I White Sox bump Cubs 12 10. 'Washington Redskins of the National & Battery r

Oliver Ib 5231 McCarver c 3110 The Braves Angels game was 1 Football League an-
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Paul Goldsmith SPORTSMAN Watch Out for the Hammers! I


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Choice To WinFirecracker PLAY FISH W.'IMa TO SUIT By BOB GREEN patently thought so, too, doubt- was half through that it.was Some time later,the photos were prompting a series of highly interesting
NEW BRUNSWICK N.J. AP of. 16- colorful
( ) lessly visiomng a series measuring 10 feet short. consulted. > and THE: REEL "Ladies and gentlemen," the pound weights crashing into, finance And then there..were the trial I The results in two of theheatswere l comments ffora the press sec I

public address system announced -' company's property. I beats.in the 100-meter,dash and juggled around a. bit,I II ..tion.

400DAYTONA "two automobiles are I '!announcement was the re- the 110-meter hurdles. They Iwere I I I .w. .
ALWAYS parked ,in the middle- of the sult of just one of a ,series of using a new photo tuner T a take4&f
CRANK hammer throw area. 'I problems that beset officials at setup. '

BEACH Paul votes on the outcome of the ACTION SINGLE- "They'should be removed before the National AAU Track and So the heats were run and the'I
Goldsmith, quiet spoken Indi- Firecracker and Goldsmith and PEELS Tai the start of competition." Field Championships last Satur- judges made their picks and the,
ana veteran who holds the his Plymouth received 16 of GAIN LINE Which sounded like pretty day and Sunday, problems results announced. Reporters''
track's qualifying mark of them. Estimates of Goldsmith's WHEtf PLAYING !caused either directly or indirectly I
A FISH/ good advice.. Their owners ap- busily pounded out the word.jEver I
174910. mph, is the Pure 011 winning speed ranged from by the advance of mech-
racing panel of experts choiceto 166.550 mph, which would anization.

whip a big fast field in the break the existing mark by Fraser WillS Super-Duper > ;,..
,
sixth running of the "Firecracker nearly 16 miles per hour, to For example, there was some a Y Yrk JUST TWICE-A YEAR
400" at Daytona International 148.992. SOME ANGLERS n
Florida sort of super-duper measuring CLEARANCESHOE'
Speedway on July 4. Goldsmith winner of the last STRIP UNE 1N OpenLEHIGH device ,used for the javelin
The nationwide panel cast 54 Daytona beach 'road race in BY HAND WHEN
PLAYING A FISH. IT'S A SAFE ACRES (AP-Ama- throw. An announcement was
1958 and a former national mo-
PRACTICE E USING AN AUTO- teur Howell Fraser of Lynn made that this is the device
torcycle champion,' edged out
MATIC REEL THAT TRIGGERS-IN
GHS 3 2 another Plymouth driver, Rich- EXCESS UNE. BU; IF REEL, IS Haven outplayed professionalsand used in international competi! I Iw
ard Petty, by two votes, despite A SINGLE-ACTION TYPE, PLAYA amateurs alike Monday in tion, the Olympics and such like II I
Petty's world record smashingwin FISH FROM THE REEL PONT winning the Florida Open Golf and that it's extra fast and terribly -I
STRIP LINE By HAND. OTHERWISE Tournament three strokes. and the latest -
accurate
by quite
here in the
Take Wins Daytona 500 in WHEN YOU HAVE WORKEDA SALE !
February. FISH CLOSE, SLACK MAY BE Fraser carded a final round thing. i
TANGLED, CAUSE TROUBLE .If* score of 71 for a 72-hole total of Only they had set it a little bit
Third Place 0
FISH BREAKS FOR FREEDOM. happento
In SeniorGHS Fred Lorenzen and his No. 28 280 on the 6,615-yard, par 36-36 wrong to start with and didn't Shoes
Ford took third place with seven 72 Lehigh Acres course. discover until the competition I you? 7.99 QualiCraft

No. 3, GHS No. 2 and. votes, followed by two other ... I
I Santa Fe scored Senior Gaines-League Ford drivers, Junior Johnson Spurs RompIn : wY'' '?:':":ii rib&irK: ;H1ii ''::':::':' ::"::.:;:::;;!: ;::;: : :a3k::: J't!!!' ;::::;:::: l f? I If you from bought your insur- I 3.974.97Pumps

.basketball victories at and A. J. Foyt,who got five and ::::It':' ville High School gym last night. four votes, respectively. The ; ..; .:,.*.;' .. ...>. .;:ii. ...., .. .. .!! ...... ,.. '. ..;;./ ;... I !l!!. pony agent, you were left
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GHS No. 3 won from small number of votes received SoftballHIGH : .t : : : ::.:.:.. :.: :::} <.:. <.;;;;/..... ., .. you boughtit
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1 by a 41-34 margin.Wayne Rick by Foyt, double Indy 500 : 1' ( ;drink: :> ",' I = .. i>: ;: through an independent breezy cutouts, slings, heels tiny to taU, '/
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had 13 points and Carl Johnson winner and USA C driving: SPRINGS Spurs .. ..... : : : agent you white a regular
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Parker had 20 for the losers. Panel voting. on. 3.99 and 4.99 Casuals
League softball win over Fort
GHS No. 2 topped Newberry Forty cars are scheduled to
65-22 Bill Boaz hit 25 points White last night, scoring in every Kirkpatrickmonson
as start the Firecracker at 10 jn.
.inning. OLD 1.99 2.99Skimmers
and Mike 13. James &
Sneeringer
on Saturday. The big race will Tom Diedeman and Robert OLD &
Harmon had eight for Newber have curtain
a raiser on Fri
HICKORY
Davis each had four hits for the
when ,open looks,gay strap-ups' ,many colors.
day, two 50-mile qualifying -
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Fe downed Hawthorne races will be and
run, by
74-29 as Andy Strickland got 17 time trials on Thursday, which cluding Billy Gibson a home pitched run. the shutout RICIDK f INSURANCE Jnc. Choice group 7.99 dress shoes,5.97

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Tonight's will end More than America's Most
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ested in playing.billiards. live Modern got only two safeties moo
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r -MARKET Two -DiversIn Gilchrist Election Probe ]


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1 j. W f REVIEW' '/.,Fp ({::' c !'U1-11)11 r2' ; Results in 'No Findings'I

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Yt '. MIAMI (AP) A special TRENTON-A Gilchrist County grand jury had The petitioners for the gra t

Late MorningN. chamber was made ready to !"nothing to report" yesterday after completing its investigation jury investigation said the i ii
PriceStability (e) New York Time* of possible violation of the state election
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 29 carry two daring divers 400 feet formation on the election panj:
Y. ListingAllis to the Atlantic Ocean's floor to- code in the May 5 Democratic primary in Gilchrist. phlet "is false and the cand

High Low Close Net Chg. day for a 48-hour experiment in The 18-member jury had sat dates mentioned thereon wer
25 Roils.. 147.63 146.05 146.77 Up .04 dial 54 Greyhnd 56 living and working under tremendous -for about eight hours,yesterdayin mission and School Board distrIcts -not involved in the problem

25 Industrials 834.29 825.18 829.43 Off .20 Alcoa 72tt Gulf Oil 55% water pressure.Jon the County! Commission meet- was accomplished last (redistricting and consolidation

50' Stocks 490.96 485.51 488.10 Off .08 AmAir 44% Int Pap 31%I ing room and had heard testi- year in Gilchrist County. .mentioned therein."
AmBdPar 41% Jones&L 79 iAmCan Lindbergh, son of famed mony from 26 witnesses. Jury
47 Kais Al 3% aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, foreman Joe B. Wilson Jr., aft- Consolidation of the high The petition further stated
STOCK and Robert Stenuit didn't haveto schools in Trenton and Bell that the candidates listed
the
AmMot 14% Ken'cott 82% had been in
FLASHESNEW I er the last witness
TippingBy has been an issue between the
MARKET AT&T 73% Lig & My 75% ; leave the research ship Sea heard, told Circuit Court JudgeJ. pamphlet did not give any per-
people of these two towns fora
Diver to see that their temporary -
AmTob 31% Loch'd 35 C. Adkins Jr. that the jury! son or party permission to
SAM DAWSON Armour 51% Lorillard 43% home on the bottom of the number of years. use their names and "the pub
AP The Tobacco issues after had "nothing to report.
YORK ( ) having I
ocean was ready for occupancy. Signers of the petition ask and circulation of said
lishing
NEW YORK (AP) Stability ACL 72% Mag'vox 31%
stock market retreated slightly been mixed in early trading, Thus, the grand jury apparently -
of wholesale I Babcock 31% MM&M 58% They could see some of their ing for the grand jury inves- statement worked a fraud
prices a rare from its record high level early turned downward in the wakeof had found no violation of: upon
thing during business expan- this afternoon. a report that the smoking Beth Stl 37% Mahasco 13% prospective "neighbors, too. the election code. I tigation were Eudell Watson the candidates named."

sions has been a mark of the I public was reducing consumption Boeing' 53 Mons'to 79 A television camera was em- Hand, T. E. Lindsey, EdgarB. The signers of the petition

current upswing. But new pres Trading was moderate as of cigarettes. Borden 72% Mont Wd 37% placed in the submersible, port- The grand jury probe h ad Mills Jr., Marvin Sanders requesting the grand jury investigation .

sures may be building up to tip prices wavered narrowly. I Brunswk 9% Nat Dist 26% able, inflatable dwelling, called been requested by six Gilchrist and T. M. Walker. said they were not

the balance. Interest continued high in I' Polaroid advanced 2 points Celanese 65Vi N.Am Av 48% the SPID which was lowered on County citizens who filed a petition Rowell lost his bid for re-elec- seeking to have the election

American Telephone's new split and was one of the few issuesin Chrysler 48% Penney 54% a cable without mishap Monday. with the Circuit Court. tion in the May 5 primary to set aside, but that they believed -

Already there have been con- stock. It opened unchanged on the list to post a gain of bet- CocaCola 132 Pep Cola 59% Mrs. Edwin Link, wife of the The petitioners cited an election -Harold Slaughter. Lindsey was that a fair'anct impartial investigation I,

siderable fluctuations in some a block of 20,000 shares and ter than a point. Com Ed 49% RCA 32% leader of the expedition to a pamphlet which was distributed -an unsuccessful candidate for would be to the best f

commodities. Some prices have then lost hah a point. RCA and Raytheon added' CoR Edis 89% Rep Stl 44% deep in Bahamas waters, reported in Gilchrist County on tax assessor, losing in incum- interest of the people of Gil \
risen for
industrial
particularly Brokers were hoping AT&T about half a point while Zenith Cont Can 51% Revlon 35% pictures were coming in the morning of the May 5 pri bent A. M. Quincey; and Hand christ County. .
materials because demand has l
would reach a new high. They was down In the same range. Dow Che 71% Rey Tob 42% fine on the ship from the TV mary. The pamphlet named Sheriff Clyde Williams. State Attorney T. E. Dunr
caught up with supply. Others said this would give the mar- duPont 251% Seaboard 48%
U.S. Rubber gained almost a camera. six condidates for county The candidates who were can and his assistant, Mack
have been raised as a result of ket a psychological boost. point and advances of about EAL 32% Sears 115% office who supposedly had the listed on the questionable pam- Futch, directed the grand jury
recent wage contracts. And General Motors, which began Firestone 41% Sinclair 45% "We casn see fish swismming in
half a point were registered by endorsement of a so called phlet as having the endorsement proceedings yesterday.At .
more such negotiations are in with and out of the SPID's
labor
contract negotiations Phelps Dodge, Homestake, Air Fla Pw 46% Socony 81% open "League for Better Govern of the League for Better the conclusion of the investigation -
the offing. the gaining about half a point. Fla P&L 71% Southn C 61% door, Mrs. Link said in a radiotelephone "
Reduction and
American
Can. ment. Government were Watson, Ro Judge Adkins t
But so far, weakness in other U.S. Steel picked around Ford 52% R 14% conversation with the
has the up Xerox was another gainer of Sperry i After listing the six "endors well, Hand, Eli Read, who was thanked the jury members and
commodities kept over- Associated Press in Miami.
otherwise She
half in
a point an Frmst Da 11% StBrand 78%
all price index almost level. about a point while Control ed" candidates, the pamphlet re-elected school superintendent -reminded them that they
weak group. Frept Sul 35% StO NJ 86% reported the divers appeared
Data was off a point. concluded "We forced redis- Mrs. Carter would constitute a grand jury
I : ; Evelyn an
The cost of living or con The Associated Press 60-stock Frueh Tr 31% Texaco 79% "enthusiastic. They'll probablybe
sumer price index -hasn't beenso average at noon had dropped I Du Pont dipped a minor frac-. Gen Dyn 27 U Carbid 126% relieved when they get tricting. Now we can force unsuccessful school board can. until relieved at the next regu-
has held consolidation with your help." didate; and Lank Akins, who lIar session of Circuit Courtin
accommodating. It .
industrials off
.3 to 311.4 with Gen El 79% Un Fruit 23'/4 oing.;
to a fairly steady if slow up- .3:, rails off .1 and utilities off !tion.Prices advanced in moderate Gen Fds 87% US Steel 58 Redistricting of County Com- was re-elected to the County' Gilchrist County.

ward course, due mainly to ad- trading on the American Stock' Gen Mills 40% Univ Mat 12 Lindbergh and,Stenuit planned

vancing charges for services. .5.The Dow Jones average of 30 Exchange. Gen Mtrs 87% WestgEl 30% to follow the example of the

Since the present business up- industrials at noon was off 0.98 Corporate and government Goodrich 50% Winn Dix 37 curious fish once they reached Mussel HuntersHit 'Airborne'Vaccine
started in 1961 the their room in the ocean depths.
swing early :to 829.6. bonds were steady. Goodyr 43 Woolwth 28%I
Bureau of Labor Statistics I II I They were equipped with cam- Is

wholesale price index basedon eras and lighting gear and plan-
ned to swim in and out of the
the 1957-59 as 100
average DescribedDENVER
Hard TimesOther
has moved between 99.5 and YOUR MONEY'S WORTH SPID making photographs to

101.2. It now is right in between, test their equipment 'and per-I
just slightly above 100. The con- haps snap pictures of creatures, Colo. (AP-Whcle) !
sumer price index in April was seldom if ever seen by man be- STEVENSON, Ala. (AP-Lee white shell has been used in recent populations can be immunized

107.8, from the same base. Training Teenage Dropouts Garner, whose Tennessee River years by Japanese grow- against disease without the use
Individual commodity price fore.The mussel shells have buttoned ers as seed or nucleus for the of needles or pills, a Denver
two divers rehearsed' dress shirts and cultured pearls produced by
changes have been marked during spawned pearl scientist reports, but human
Monday in a 200-foot drill dive. necklaces for two decades their captive oysters.For .
the last three how- was fears prevent use of the new
ever. years, By Sylvia Porter ,. *, fIt / Mrs.ful. Link said it was uneven clad in overalls and on his some reason, shells from i technique.
knees.
Changes ranged from gains of ora'there /' the many other varieties of I
4.4 per cent for lumber and I 'took us. about an hour far outrun the rise in the cost are the other "absolute Today their trip to the depthsoff Instead of one of his 40 out mussels in the Tennessee, or 'We have become" accustomed '

wood products and 4.3 per cent more' than it should have to..of living. essentials" for clothing, education Great Stirrup Cay for the board engines, Stevenson's mus- from pig toes found in other to being injected, lamented. Dr. ,

for tobacco and beverages to decreases -rive from New- York to Boston entertainment, personal National Geographic Societywas ; sel man was fixing a power rivers, seem to lack the quali-] Gardner Middlebrook, directorof
But the great, offsetting factor research at National Jewish
of 3.6 per cent for chemicals a couple of weekends ago and medical care, etc., etc.I expected to take about 20 lawn mower-and his position is ties needed to promote first-rate !
and almost two hours families the nation oyer is symbolic. pearls. And because mussels Hospital in Denver.He .
and 4.8 per cent for fuels more don't need to interview the minutes.
than it should have to drive that the unprecedented number young marrieds of the early Digging for mussels in the look alike to the uninitiated, it said that immunization
and mass -
More power.recent price increases back. The reason wasn't traf- of f war babies born in the late post-war era who happily created Two physicians manned controls Tennessee, once a million dollar takes an experienced eye like through airborne vaccinesis

have been listed for various met fic. 1940s are now crowding into families of three, four and which wer* able to boost yearly industry providing jobs Garner's to separate the good possible as a means of preventing

als. Coal prices have risen at the big-eating teen years. more to know how brutal their the pressure in the "down car" for 1,000 fishermen, also is on from the bad: tuberculosis, polio and

mines after the latest The reason was simply that There are 16 million in' the cost-of-living squeeze has be gradually to match that on the its knees. In the past 10 years, When he began musseling 21 measles.A .
many. Cris,. our young teenager; and big-eating 15 to 19-year age come. ocean floor even before the vehicle musseling slumped before the he his shells
increase.In years ago, shipped
wage most previous periobs of Elizabeth, her. teenage friend group this year, up nearly 3 than her 55-year-old mother, 30 left the Sea Diver's deck! plastics industry, rose again mostly to Muscatine Iowa. pioneer In the research of
from Miami, were with us. and million from 1960. There are and descended on a cable paid with postwar Japan-and now is immunizing by inhaling vac
business expansion price changes per cent more to feed a teenage There, tons of shells were
their piteous cries, ,"We'retarving1' 3.5 million 16-year-olds, up almost' out from a power winch.Lindbergh's. threatened with the disappearance turned into buttons. cines, Middlebrook developed an
have been much quicker and boy than his middle-age pearl
erupted with iercing -
I .
one million from 1960. of the oyster-like mussel airborne infection us
This particularly father.As .and S ten I t's 1955 had appara
larger. was ; reg Iarity.tRather" endure u By plastics popped
Between: ,this, summer and itself. several The deviceis
years ago.
marked in theJ955-S7 boom. a mutinous andstarv- early as 10 costs of scheduled procedure was to pearl buttons from the market,
the summer of 1965 more 18th age "Something is getting into the being used to test this tech
Since then, however, capacityto ing" back-seat crew, we chosea feeding the leave the vehicle when it reached as nearly all button manufac-
a youngster
birthdays will be celebratedthan pass river and killing all the mussels nique on animals at several re
produce has become so large bottom, then swim to the in- turers in Muscatine convertedto
prolonged drive.
in any 12-month period in costs of feeding an adult, and from Chattanooga to Savannah, search centers.
that it acted as a damper on flated chamber and set man made materials. But
Both Cris and Elizabeth are the widens dramatically up shop. -
our nation's history. The number gap Term., says Garner, at 39 a
wholesale price fluctuations. charmingly slender and both reaching 18 will be 3,728- during the teen years.At Mrs. Link said a single day's grandfather who has been mus- the shell game bounced' back Since 1951 U.S. scientists have
This was true during the last have clear, healthy complex- stay on the bottom would be with the appearance of a new made great strides in develop.
XX), about one million more the same time the expense seling since he was 18. "Thingsgot
previous expansion period, 1958- ons. Both nevertheless are 'han reached that milestone in of feeding teenagers has enough to accomplish all the ex so bad about a year ago market in the Orient. ing the technique which they
60, although industrial wholesale close to non-stop eaters. Both periment's test objectives. The Japanese found that bits call aerogenic immunization.
the same 1963-64 period.It soared far beyond the average that I bought myself a little
prices did rise 3 per cent in that also have distinct, specific and, of Tennessee pig-toe shell, hand-
costs nearly twice as climb in food prices. This reflects -I "But they plan to remain an- hardware store in town. I The basis of such inoculation
This was offset by a rolled into balls and inserted
period. '
particularly in the meat area, tiny
much to feed a 16-year-old girlas the massive other That Garnerwas
advertising day, she said. "That will explains why the of
depends
of 15 cent in the index into shells formed on use attenuated -
drop food
per expensive tastes. oyster a
it does to feed a 3-year-olc aimed at the teen rr.r rket, the demonstrate that divers with fixing the lawn mower, instead organisms living
for farm products.In Both therefore perfect nucleus. The germs
symbolizethe pearl result -
and much more than twice as resulting development of spe- this equipment could stay on of one of the engines pow- which are weakened but which
current
the has been
expansion, direct
still soaring cost-of-living much to feed a 16yearoc! cial and often expensive teen the bottom for several ering his fleet of flat-bottomed virtually a
days, infectious. The
highly
abundant capacity to produce millions of families link between the Tennessee are organisms
I squeeze on boy. It costs fully 25 cent food fads and
per tastes. It also :whatever is required for com river boats. And the Tennessee
also has acted as a brake on who are trying to live on com River and Japan's Inland Sea. are sprayed into a
more to feed a teenage girl surely reflects our national pleting Valley Authority is spending
: some specific job. chamber in controlled
commodity prices. This surplusof paratively tight budgets. Both. Mussel shell prices rose as highas closely
'
There, of course only concentration
I are on proper $80,000 to try to explain why amounts.A .
facilities has kept competitionkeen shrill complaints $180 a ton.
explain why "moderate cost" food plans healthy diets for youngsters.Here's things got so bad. As yet, TVA
in many commodity mark- persist about climbing foot d averaged for the entire coun- a new table, basedon No Clues has not embraced Garner'stheory "In good years, I've shippedup single sniff by a human,

costs even though food prices try.: If Cris and Elizabetn were data of the U.S. Dept. of that pollution is killingthe to "400 tons of shells to Middlebrook says, and he's un.

ets.Holley have been impressively stable -surveyed for one week, they Agriculture, showing a "mod shell fish.Whatever Japan, said Garner. He exports mune.

Reports in recent years and we alone could knock these averages j erate cost" plan for one In Death Of the trouble, the pig- the shells in 25-ton lots,
in of record I but "this I doubt if we've The Denver scientist said
are living an era into a national garbagecan. week's food at home today as toe mussel which grows on the year
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Rep. incomes record shipped than 50 immunizations the air-
prosperity.The more tons. mass by
Then of food
on top I Charles Holley, Republican can-' cost, of food has risen UF GradJACKSONVILLE borne technique could be used
didate for governor, reported to I only about 5 per cent in the Age 1954 1964 % Rise to Savannah is the keyto One reason is the price, which theoretically to fight any Infectious -
Garner's fortunes and that of
the secretary of state Mondayhe past five years. The govern Under 1 yr. $2.50 $3.90 561> currently is quoted at $47 a ton, disease.A .

has spent $20,570 on his campaign .. ment's food price index is onlyat 1 3 yrs. 3.40 4.80 41% they lack clues in-the Policesay shooting the part.industry Its hard of, nearly which,flawless he is a, the Japanese result of warehouses.a backlog of shellsin big problem now is development .

out of contributions totaling 105.7 against a base of 100 4-6yrs. 4.15 5.90 42% death of a former Univer- of the highly infectivebut

$27,570. back in 1957-59. There's sim- 7-9 yrs. 4.95 7.00 41% sity of Florida student, whose non-disease producing vac
Claude R. Kirk Jr. of Jacksonville ply no disputing the evidence 10 12 yrs. 5.85 8.40 44% body was found cines.
on a lonely Seven Floridians Get
Republican candidate fora that, even after adjustments Boys 13 15 7.15 9.90 38% stretch of Seminole Beach early Once these are produced,.then

U. S. Senate seat, said he has for price increases and taxes, Boys 16 19 8.00 11.50 44% yesterday morning. biologists will have to collaborate .

spent $14,596 of $15,393 total con'the rise in the average Girls 13 15 6.45 8.90 3Z% Hero Medalsthe with engineers-particular

tributions. family's spending money has Girls 16 19 6.10 8.90 46% Glen L. Monroe, 25, receivedhis Carnegie ly those experienced in ventilation -

masters degree in Englishlast -to determine proper doses

week from the Universityof PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) recipients of awards for given amounts of air under

Students Like Fruit Prices : Florida. He is the son of a The Carnegie Hero Fund awarded Monday were Clayton Spainhow- all conditions.

New Foreign I Jacksonville banker. medals to seven Floridians, er, 13, of Fort Myers and four

I J1 May Decline I He had been shot at least two of whom died in lifesaving Titusville brothers: Roger An-

; twice. Police said Monroe's wallet attempts. Six of the medal win- der, Delma and William Hop- People In

Visiting in U. S. Homes WASHINGTON (AP) The and automobile were miss ners were schoolboys. kins.

Agriculture Department predicted ing. Spainhower swam 50 feet to

L- today that grower prices for Gerald L. Thuermer, 17, of save Herbert Briggs, 9, from The NewsBy

Krm ftorfe ettttra non-American." sociology at the Indian I some fruits .this year probablywill Officers said they think Mon West Hollywood died in rescuing drowning in Lake Rhonda. He i j'
e
not match the unusually roe was shot somewhere else, Lawrence Saachi, 17, from received a bronze medal and
da Salva who a '
Miss of
School Public
By WILL LJSSNER spent Administration TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS
two years in postgraduatestudy said that on his first higher prices of last year. shortly before the body was; a pit after Sarachi had sunk into $500 cash award.
NEW YORK The With the of found, and dumped in a lonely deep muck. A bronze medal was The Hopkins brothers 9
aver at the University of Wis- visit to America he thought exception peachesand aged HYANNIS PORT, Mass. (AP
age American is no "ugly American life strawberries, fruit crops are dune.area. awarded to his father, Garth to 18, prevented the dynamitingof
consin, said "it was difficultto was "super- -Former Ambassador JosephP.
American" to foreign students expected to be larger this year, Thuermer. a train near Mims.
ficial. He of the
bachelor
was a Kennedy, 75, father
some 75,000 strong identify any of the Americans then. than last. ; Free ClassesIn John A..Stephen Sr., 27, died While walking along the Florida late recuperating
president, was
-who are in the United as the callous, brash while struggling to save Andrew East Coast Railway tracks,
today from minor oral surgery.
States on educational assign- and swaggering characters On his second visit, whenhe Picket Spanish Emmanuel, 24, who had gone Ander stumbled over' wire con-I Doctors said he was In good

ment. Those Americans'whom portrayed on the screen." took his Ph. D. at Cornell Negroes down while trying to swim nected to a battery. Working condition.

the visiting students get to She left America a jazz lover, he was married and thus ableto State Capitol Slated HereAdults across a canaL Emmanuel J swiftly, the brothers dug up and
know intimately they come to associate more closely with struggled with Stephen. a Mi- removed 45 sticks of dymamite After the 45-mInute operationfor

Jove and respect.A greatly impressed by "the American families. He found TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Three interested in studying: amian, and both drowned. Steph- moments before a train passedthe a jaw infection Monday at

way the American has been them sincere, kind and hospitable Negroes representing the Con- Spanish may register Wednes- en's widow was awarded a med spot at 60 miles an hour. Cape Cod Hospital, Kennedy returned
survey of the student influenced by his history and day for free classes.Registration .
of Racial Equality picketed al and $80 a month death bene- The brothers received medals home.
-
exchange programs in which how proud he is of it." And gress and organizationof fits. and $1,000.

the U. S. plays a leading role, also by the inclination .of the Former students from India the state capitol Monday. the classes will be at J. HU- PARIS (AP)-Israel's Prime

carried on by correspondentsof American woman "to domi- said they had gone to America Signs carried by pickets said: lis Miller Health Center from 7 Minister, Levi Eshkol says he

the New York Times in nate her'husband," a charac- prepared to confront a "Violence unprevented in St. Au- to 9 p.m. Wednesday, in Room I Fund Nets $12,079,1 I is satisfied with his talks
Cancer very
indicates deal of racial discrimination gustine ,may come to Ta'lahas-
various parts of the world, teristic she has no intention of good M423. Classes are free and reg-. with President Charles de
that the best propa- emulating. North as well as see tomorrow. "Has St. Augus- istration is $1.IndivLiduals I
South. said tine sold out to Mississippi?" Still Short Of $15,000 Goal Gaulle of France.
ganda for the U. S. is expo- They they managed may register either -
sure of foreigners to the ordi- Shapes NigeriaIn to avoid humiliating experiences and "Freedom Now 64. as beginners or as students The two met for an hour

nary American family. Nigeria where the president and could see that that wish to review and brushup. Contributions in the American *cancer control program at Monday. Eshkol said they discussed -

Miss Enid da Silva, feature Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, Americans themselves were Holiday Road No tests and no college Cancer Society's annual the Alachua General Hospital, the world situation and

writer of the Kenya- Information is an alumnus of Line I n, ashamed of it and were constantly credit will be given. fund crusade in Alachua County -and educational and service especially the Middle East.WASHINGTONJ'P .
Pennsylvania and Columbia Toll Estimated
Ministry, preparutfarticles fighting it with somemusu.re Spanish speaking visitors have reached $12,079.9 programs of the Society's Ala .

'for nationaJ1Ma(oVerseas .i\J vers1ties,' American ideascithhich of success. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Sixteen and University of Florida fac- Drive Chairman W. S. (Tiny) chua County Unit, ) Mrs.
1oif'Kenya : Nigerians came ulty members regularly entertain Talbot said that the county's3oal The Society's volunteer boardof Mary Ingraham Bunting was
and d I -
.
e
papers, in contact during their student will be killed on first
persons woman
had the
directors recommendedthat sworn in as
I
said In Nairobi: the classes with illustrated is $15,000.Talbot
"I Today most, pleasantly dayshere are exercisingan Anchorage, the Alaskan city Florida roads during the Jul talks in Spanish on the history, pointed out that the state-wide a minimum of member of the Atomic( Energy
was
astonished to find Americans important role in shapingNigeria's damaged by the recent earthquake 4 weekend, the Florida Higbwaj culture and customs of Spanish- American Cancer Society will $l,l50OOO for the year would be Commission Monday. She has

could be warm hearted, sin education.In .system of higher began' its existence as a Patrol predicts. speaking countries.The spend about $ O,1m; ) in Alachua needed. been president of RadclIffe College -

cere in friendships ,with foreign tent town during construction of Fifteen persons died durinl classes are sponsored by County this year, including research Contributions can be made to Cabridge, Mass., since

students like myself, and New Delhi Dr. Alfred P. the Alaska Railroad between the same holiday period las the Alachua County Adult Education grants and scholarshipsat I the Society's Information Center 1960 and has specialized In microbiology

genuinely! interested in things Barnabas, teacher of rural Seward and Fairbanks. year. Program. the University of Florida,J at 113 N. Main SL and biochemistry. <

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Tuesday. June 30. 1964 Gainesville Sun 29 t

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Fetes Missionaries : -
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Rev. and Mrs. Benson Cain of Greek and the New 1 WANTED :, _ i I WANTAD. .'RATESPH.


nissionaries to Japan,' were ment at Kobe Reform : ACROSS 23.Walking:' BETMAGART .' I

.honored at a reception Sunday cal Seminary. Mrs. Expert Her. :: I ., 372-8441:

ifternoon in the Grace Presbyterian -former Coline Gunn aviator 25. Partitioned .

Church. canopy. HAVE YOU 4.Scotchfor 26.rco.'C1' 0 T E T A T E. t'4 D 'fo r "I. II

I :
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John 28. Lofty I
"Classified

; The Cains, on furlough for a The Women of the ANY OF THESE .: ': 7. Dine mountains [ IoosEIII :OnlyDEADLINES

fear, are stationed in Kobe, and the Youth Group I lO.Tnohundredth- SO. Exist I I I I

Japan. Rev. Cain is professor in preparing for and I THINGS TO SELL? -.. 'anniversary 31.bird Mythical C 0 5 T A I B U R P E Ii I ; I
Tues thru Frt. papers-5 PJTV. Day before publication
100 guests. Squirrel 32. Meadow [ For ad to go in' Sun. paper-12:00 Am. 51.

'N EIGHTH TNECIRCUITCOUtTOFFORJDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND, 1t 33. Full of ale For ads to go In. Mon. paper-i pjn. Sa'.

OR ALACHUA COUNTY. "The Division of Plant 15. Indulge 34. Electric (Minimum ad 4 lines)
.CHANCERY. Department of Agriculture They'll Bring You Extra Cash 16.Tissue unit of I

JITY OF HAWTHORNE' Seagle Building. Gainesville : ",''' power SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE FAMILY RATES Ig
Plaintiff. receive sealed bids for 5,400 17.Modern 35. harmless .

V.ERTAIPJ. Fumigant-DD Vidden-D, or I I '" 18. Mimic insect DOWN 5. Close to. I 1 Insertion' .,.....'.........-....._l\........."...'....'.......... S4c fine _
: LANDS UPON WHICH TAX. ter .than 11:00 AM. I 19. Prior to 37. Nettt orks Subsided :Insertwns ............'................................... He Una is
ES ARE DELINQUENT more particu- 1'<< Material to be ---r Rugs ::1 '. f : 6.IndiJpCDe Insertions ......_........' ............................. 17c line g
,rly: Lot 13. Block 3. Pecan Heights; loaded at Winter Haven ; 20.Lettuce 38. Absorption 2. Roman sable 1J lit line
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fie E 1 W by ICO N <. .S in NE V. W. I' ,: : : <> '. 21. Belonging 40. Biddy statesman 7. Finish i ottise charge mDu..d' by- mu.tfpying.: -iii tMsx.r.ted earn
of tract described as follows: 3 ; .. .. Guns : .
tor. "' Insertion
x number of _
tcres In a sq. In SE cor. of SE Vit (usa) 6:30; 7:7NOTICE tolna 41. Light bed42.IndMdual 3.Fr. school 3. Helper .
'
SW 1/4 Sec. 24-10-H; Lot t. Block 2. : ':'1'; 22. Perform 4. Hotel 9. Mote! genus f!i "- ., : .1' a
.ecan Heights N 75 ft. of S.32 OF INTENTION Tools v :: I
? Us. of E 100 ft. of W. 3.U ch*. of REGISTER FICTITIOUS 11. Century i S e letter words per line

IE tt of NE4 Sec. 27-10-22 ft acre Pursuant Section 845.09. __ t"' I Z :s S i-, / 1 a 77/ Instantly B .
r NW.comer of NE Vi of NW Vi as per ttes.notice Is hereby given ,' Boats ; '. : 'l'/ rh .v 13.Sediment ,
Book 302. page 313. Sec 24-10-22; dersigned Mr. G. S. Michaels, y Same..2I1n"
tot reed 4. Blk 11, Original Hawthorne. Sec. iness under the firm name of Tents .': : i:: //,( iT II II /3 17.Homesick 8 Pt.12Pt.. ordinary type

; 16-10-22. Engineering-T.V. Specialists. : 20. Beret
Defendants. 4th St.. Gainesville. --s : ; li -: e Same as :3 linesordinary
NOTICETa Florida intends to register : es type
co
Books
atl persons and corporations In- name under the provisions of ; .... =6
fcrested In or having any lien or cl!?int said Statule.Dated .. .. :' ", I- V17 = Co
pen any of the lands described herein: I at Gainesville. ,. Plants I : V/; : 1 18 Pt.ordinarytype ==
You are hereby notified that the City day of March. A.D. 194GSCSGE : I : .y : iT I
f Hawthorne has filed I am'Its Bill ofomplaint I S. MICHAELS : 1 : = : : I

I In the above Court to (3424) ,:U, 23. 30; 7:7 Pianos T --21.Anglo- B .
breclost delinquent tax certificates with II r'l.Z, 24 Pt. Same as 5 line
terest and penalties upon the parcel : .r r//- == ordinary type
I
NOTICE OF INTENTION :?
t land set forth In the following Stoves 1 <: : '.0 '/ ZS"
REGISTER FICTITIOUS :
the aggregate amount of such
Fhedule.
certificates. Interest and penalties Notice Is hereby given that -y,. 'l'/J/h i I
igalnst ax said parcel of land. as set ELLSWORTH sole owner Radios "1 l a 29 ;so The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible/ for more than one -
beth In said Bill of Complaint being ness under the fictitious name Incorrect Insertion. nor will it t4 liable: for any error In adver-
such parcels in the follow. WORTH'S VENETIAN 5 tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the joace occu- a
jet ng schedule opposite to wit: Northwest 23rd Boulevard Skates 32 33 = 3* = = : 29. Dog's lead pled by the I'em tit the adve.tisem.nt. Nn adJustment will
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS .. AMOUNTLot Florida Intends to register be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of *I=
13. Block 3. Pecan titious name with the ...; JS" 36 if37; trap 5 the advertisement.
$120.40 Circuit Court of Alachua 1 'l' .: 31.Proportion
'
Heights = Trunks .'
IS E I W by 100' N & S da. In accordance with the I : } - 33.Goal
State of Florida. 38 39 = The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of I
In NE cor. of tract describedas ? revising or re-
follows: 3 acres in a sq. DATED this 4th day of .1, Jewelry I : 34. Dank i i lettIng any advertisement which! It deems cbiecfionsi and to I
In SE cor. of SE 'A of SW U IW. 4Q 41 f.Z 36. Acquire chance the classification of any advertisement from that ore
Sec. 2'-1-22 $ 52.70 -Horace Ellsworth ( **'" Deserter |: dered tconform to the policy of the paper.
37.
Lot 9. Block 2. Pecan (3399) <:,.Horace 16. 23 30.Ellsworth Bicycles :; 24 AP N.wsl..sueea ,-;; 39. Behold |
Heights S 50 08 Par time min.
4 N 7$ ft. of S. '.32 ctis. of giffifflimCTjgCTmiiii }CDlillWl lllllIIIiIIUIIIIlIIllWl/llWlllllflWllWIIIIS! :
e 100 ft. of W. 114 Chi. of NOTICE UNDER ::6 TV Sets .
SE4 of NE V4, Section LAW 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
27-10-22 S 43.2S Notice Is Hereby Given that -
Half-acre In Northwest center signed desiring to engage ClothingCameras BLACK standard poodle female i
NE 14 ofSWV.asp.rDeed under the fictitious name of wks. old has had Shots & worm-
: Book 302, page 313. Sec. 26- Private Home at number lOll 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ed. FR 6-1997.
10-22 S 44 51 Avenue in the City of "
I Lot 4. Block 11, Original ida. intends to register the DIETARY HOSTESS female age HAVE TO SELL
Hawthorne, Sec. 26-1-22 $ 41.39 with the Clerk of the Circuit 25-35. High school education necessary American Shepherd pups Reg.FYtl
In addition to the amounts set out Alachua County. Florida. Antiques CHECK some dietary or kitchen experience 3470 reasonable to good home.
fx>v. In the foregoing schedule in- MARTHA L. YOUNG desirable. Excellent best before noon._
crest and penalties, as provided by (3<<1) 6:23. 30; 77. 14 working conditions. liberal fringe THREE (-week old registered minIature .
1 iw on such delinquent taxes together Furniture benefits. 40 hr. week. Contact Chihuahuas. 2 females and
fits costs and expenses of this suit NOTICE TO CREDITORS Personnel Office, Alachua General 1 male beautiful and very reasonable -
eluding attorneys' fees are sought to FLORIDA STATUTESI. Livestock THESE Hospital. Call FR 29712.
enforced and foreclosed In this suit.
f the Court ef the County PUREBRED 119. and AKC Beagle
You are hereby notified to appear Alachua County Florida. LADIES puppes.; We board dogs. James'
rd make your defenses to said Bill In Probat. DiamondsFish Kc-.nelg Rf. 1. Box 1.. Keystone
Complaint before the 13th day of In re: Estate of Do you have a need to earn money' _Heights 473-4958.
I My. 1964 and if you fall to do so on Pleasant and profitable work near _
Mahalia Knight FOR
before said date, the Bill will be SALE Two Toy French
r Deceased. Poles CLASSIFIEDADS your own home. Avon offers this Poodles
aken as confessed by and will Call black 6 wks old AKC
you. you Te All Creditors and opportunity. Avon Manager registered. J50 phone 4549351.
|IP barred from thereafter contesting FR 2-0421.
Claims ar Demands Against High Springs.FLORIDA .
, (aid suit, and said parcel of land will state: Used Cars
tit sold by decree of said Court for Pest Control is featuring
1 ton-payment of said taxes and interest You and each of you are SECRETARIES this month Tropical Fish and
I rid penalties thereon and the costs of fled and required to present Auto TiresAquariums Tropical Birds of all kinds. We
Jlis suit. and demands which you, or ELECTRO-TEC CORP. also have children's pets and
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have here- you may have against the (DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA) supplies. Cail us for any of your
pto set my hand and official seal of Mahalia Knight deceased pet problems. FLORIDA PEST
Bid Court. this 5th day of June 1964. County. to the County Judge SECRETARYTO CONTROL PET CENTER FR
J. B. Carmichael County Florida at his of 6-2661, 20 NW 16th Avf.
Clerk of Said Court court house of said County FOR COMPTROLLER
By Emily Waterhouse yule Florida within six Row Boats Executive secretarial experience 33 LOTS FOR SALE
from the time of the first required In manufacturing indus-
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal) of this notice. Each claim Golf Clubs try. Compose letters take dictation 2 lots each 110 x 140 4 blocks
IEYNOLDS, GOLDIN & JONES shall be In writing and shall coordinate superv Iso r s' : North of 1964 PARADE OP
Post Office Box 448tIS place of residence and post schedule's. Familiarity with finan f ; j, HOMES paved street $2508
South Main Street dress of the claimant and TypewritersMotorcycles BIG cial. accounting. contractural terminology _each.__Ph FR 21912Owner,
Balnesvllle. Floridap401) sworn to by the claimant prefd. -
4=f, 14, 2X 30 or attorney and any such SECRETARYTO FORDYCE LOTS
demand not so filed shall be BUCKINGHAM

r -s- D. E. White CHIEF ENGINEER High and rolling exclusive new
...,.... D. E. White As executor of Requires experience as secretary resdenlial: area soon to be .
::1! Lt opened
Will and Testament of SAVINGS and administrative/ assistant to a t One acre lots
Used -highly restricted
TrucksRefrigerators tu'k.y1y -
: deceased. malor engineering manager. Familiarity '- 1'Luwial Call first offering
I w. First publication June f, 1964. i with mechanics) engineering FORDYCE
; ;d (3400) 6:'. 16 23. 30 terminology preferred.GET .
: i J'S 12 pointREPLY TO: 1 Associates Realtors, Inc.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Director of Industrial Relation IL '4 '"* W. Uniy. 376-1236

'... .'tI,? "'" AND DA FOR ALACHUA Baby Buggies ELECTRO-TEC CORP. 4200' 210on s-241;wen; iraTnage
CaS PO Box 667 Ormond Beach Fie
Announcements fied! out
bldg. 8705
IN RE: Estate 0'FLORENCE N. All. Ave
employer) *
Can equal I opportunity
.
A. BURNS.Deceilsf'C Electric Motors Capo Canaveral, Florid_.
M4 NW 13th FR 6-6472 !
Also In Oats NOTICE TO 12 Malt Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Property
All creditors of the estate Store Equipment 3 LOST & FOUND
ENCE A. BURNS. deceased. 2 MEN WANTED Warm, handsome for school or
notified and required to LOST: Man's Bulova watch Tuesday To assist me In my business. Neatin sports! When wintry winds bow! ONTHEGULFCedar
claims or demands which they Farm Machinery P.M. In restroom of Hump- appearance car necessary age collar becomes hood. Key Shores
against said estate in the ty Dumpty. Call FR 27310 aft 20 to 40. Call Mr. Haney. FR 2- Speedy Knit use Jumbo .
County Judge of Alachua er 7 p m. Reward. 0500. t to 9:45,Sharp Wednesday, needles., 2.strands knitting worsedfor br Other Properties
da, In the Courthouse at Infant's Clothing. only._ .: hooded zip front lacket." Pattern '
WO- direction sizes 4, 6 t, payfa Andrews
Florida within six (6) 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE .
,
.
ATTRACTIVE POSITION fur wide ,
,
.10, 12> 14 incl. 4 It h .i '
24oO H..16e,..1..j if.20 f*<-50t t of from this the notice.date Each of the claim first Sewing Machines awake ma!], no age limit neat Thirty five cents In coins for Cedar key 3841
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention appearance. good charac t e r. this pattern add 15 cents for 1
must be In writing and must 3727611 be- Acre on Suwannee River on high
to nervous or elderly. steady work. Phone
each pattern for Ist-<:Iass mailingand
: NOW! 2 SMASH HITS! place or residence and post Office Easy Way Driving School. FR tween 8-30 to 5:30._ special handling. Send to Laura FR bluff 22235.room 100 .ft. river' frontage Phone
; Equipment .
7.00 dress of the claimant and must ? 700}. tic b* State of Fla 7:00 Wheeler Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft
; Open See Both EXPERIENCED roofers. Apply "
to by the claimant his
I Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old JUST LISTED Modern 3 bed.
Show 7:45 Late As ':51 A.M. in person ready te worn.
t attorney. or it will become Movie Equipment 6 SPECIAL NOTICESI 2314 N.E. 19th Drive. Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y. 2 bath HOME with 90'frontage
t FIRST AREA RUN
cording to law.CLYDE Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER on LITTLE LAKE SAN.
[ Shown First & Last F. MOONEY will not be responsible tor debts THE Independent Life Insurance NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. TA FE. a 300 deep. 170Dock;
**** I Executor of the Esate of Outboard Motors incurred by anyone other than Company has an opening for an BARGAINI Big. new 1964 NeedleCraft Bar-B-Q pit. A modem home
# FLORENCE A. BURNS myself after this date June 30. ordinary agent. Advance draw to Catalog over 200 desigis: with therrrostaflc controlled r.
I "Ss i(3451) 6 30; 7:7. 14. 21 19<<. Donald C. Menne, 1306-A: qualified applicant. Call J. I. only 25 cents' A must if you knit oiant heat kit. equip all qual-
} ( SW 13th St. Williford. Manager at FR e-2512 crochet quilt. sew, embroider. Send ity construction Price $20,000.
Sports Equipment .
I for Information and appointment.MAN 25 cent CallREDFPANKS
/ RIDERS WANTED to Akron. Ohioon
SPECIAL VAL UEI 16 COMPLETE REALESTATC
wanted for local milk route
f7JiIJ8lp.1' Vacuum Cleaners July 10th. Must share expenses. age 23-35,' married. bondable QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe 7 N. E. 1st St_Ph. 376-Oair
BOX OFFICE Call 372- 460.I new Quilt Book. For beginners
high school education or equivalent WEEK-END Camp on Crystal cleaT'
; : 12:45 & 6:30 have new 1964 model automatic preferred. Apply 204 S. W. experts. Send 50 cents nowl spring, running into the Suwannte
Nursery Furniture Zig Zag sewing machines. No 5th St._ River. House has not teen como
H& SHOWTIME[ 1 : attachments needed to do the WANTED pleted For further details. Contact -
: following decorative stitches PLUMBING SERVICE MAN 14-Sales Help Wanted Frank B. Howard Real ft-
Fishing Equipment buttonholes appliques monograms tale Broker, Box 703. Grady Fie
I I ADULTS $ blind hems. Etc. $575 HE MUST: EXPERIENCED Real EslateSiies- n.nce Co. Office High Springs,
*}'ID .. 1t CHILDREN per mo $5450 total price. IIS person with busy active office. Fla.,
.. ,. Have a City License "
Washing Machines W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075. Write Box 455-A Gainesville Sun.
Stay sober WINFRED H. CRAWFORD"

t ciNtM .scoet oxoeatcxuAC: 20th Fox Says No DUE TO DIVORCE must sell 1964 Be reliableBe CONTACT MAN Reg. Broker. totalizing In
Zig-Zag sewing machine. Like willing te werk II tours I National Credit and Discount firm LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
2nd ACTION THRILLER 9:50 Building Materials new. monograms, buttonholes Live In city has opening for salesman to con- AGE. I miles Nacf MelroseRAINBOW ,
I THE NO.1 sews on buttons. fancy stitches. Have a pisoniGIve tact and establish local servicefor GR 5-19'1.
Pick up payments $645 per mo. references .* Business Professional men
I Heating Equipment Small bal. Call 372-7660 or FR 2- Gainesville area. It you have any RIVER near Rainbow
JAMES &PlfflH ATTRACTION OF 2051. HE CAN EXPECTSGood type selling experience this is Immediate Springs. Beautiful lot trni
\ paySteady and unusual money-mek- beech, furn'shed: eotfeae. C'/II
''JONES' 1964 PARADE OF HOMES or write
Musical Instruments work ing opportunity with ran:d advancement. BILL DICKS. Realtor

t 6REATESA! RED 'SP :W.POPUW PR. Junior August Woman's 9 16. .Benefit Club Charities. Paid vacation Personal Interview 0.2516. I). I. 19. Inglil. FtorWa- U1"
Draw for rig'ltrnln.
See ny 'f'mhf-r for tickets.: Time & 1f? over 40 hours and $125 weekly.
Camping Equipment Write Manager Box 4)17,
I STORY! Core Call SHQCKLEY PLUM.lNG, INC. Cleveland 23. Ohio 55 Homes for Sale
8 Baby Sitters, Child
377-0405.
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's __ 17 Work Wanted Male HCM ) BR, t bath, stove 4 refrigT
I WILL keep one child. While: ) at TROUBLE SHOOTER air cond. fenced nice yard.
Playthings : play facilities. FR 15401. and maintenance.Must willing. has drivers license __!!!. 2703 NE 10th Ter.
Ability -
thrive en hard work.
Color by Deluxe needs summer Job Call 376-0036 UNJSUAL architect Designed home.
TINY TOT to work well with others es L
sential. You will be paid accord- 3 BR., 2 bath. 4 acre on Hog-
RC.FUN 1st Time At This Electrical Appliances PLAY SCHOOL ing to your ability and experi IS Schools; & Instructions view town Creek. Class walls provide
ence. Good future with top com of woods from all rooms.
BIGGER Cats Parakeets Visit u* and see for yourself. pany. Reply te Box 446-A c-e MEN A women u 10 Si fo train lor Sunken Iv. room. with fireplace
PARTY THAN Dogs >4 SF nth St FP ATMVfEmployment1 Gainesville Sun._ CIVIL SERVICE and built In Hi FI. Dining area
kitchen ecuippe Including wash.
WANTED part clerk. Some expert. Examinations. For Information I,. Each: e R, with built In dress.
'
Thurs. 10 a.m.DEBORAH : ence preferably Apply 2201 N. send name. address 1 P"No.. er and desk opening on private
& Main St. Phone 174371. Ask for Key Training Service. 112 W. p-ircn. vaster BR.. with separ.
-Mr. Pettry._ Adams St.. Jacksonville. ate bath and dressing xwn.

., :. :: V! 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED experienced short order Real Estate Exam Paneling and beam c el ling
.. : throughout. Patio and screened
cook. Apply Larry's Restaurant,
", .
.. porch. Air .
I ; ._ '4Nothing- r 1225 W. Univ. Ave. COURSE cond 523000. meN
-
It WAITRESS wanted good hours Restaurant apply > ACCOUNTANT CPA firm has ATTEND First lesson free.HOWELL'S .w. 36th Road. Call FR -7Ul.
In Wonderhouse >
l -. 4t person. for staff member with desire > BUSINESS COLLtoSCOLLEGE
-- 1. 1 } 14 SW First St. behind opening 5-ROOM FRAME house screen*!
LAST Sears. and educational requirement 211 W. Univ. Ave porch reduced for quick sale,
I ] to become C. P. A. Replies kept FP 6-3507, 372.3727.SHORTHANDTYPING. $2,495. Phone CePhis Goodman
2 DAYS! TIME on your hands? Turn it Into confidential. 401 Robertson BldaOeala. .. 521AJUW1l1lston..
i will sell it foster money. Set your own hours. Must FiaTIMEKEEPER. _
UKIVE IN be Intelligent. respectable andreliable. Secretarial Courses Classes now
: KERB-RUm lUllS White only. Call 376-1150 for field construction forming. Howetrs Business Col
project In Louisiana. Probable lege. 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- FURNITURE
JOBHMHI5-SiI21 1:30 to 11 30 a.m._ duration to end of year. Duties 3507.
>
LAST TIME WAITRESSES wanted to work thru Involved detailed paper work. UPHOLSTERYFor
and S to 11 at night t Call FR .S416..
:me GH 4G \- than theGAINESVILLE days neon a week. Good salary. Good 28 Livestock & SupplesWANrTO top quality workmanshipcall

JWE.N'JlCHNlCCtOP Show Time : working conditions. Apply' Sandwich I-Help Male or Female SEE your hogs properly 372-6142
Inn. 110 N.E .*''' Ave. finished en dry lot or pasture,
.. Phone FR '-"*24._ START A NEW CAREER In then try CPA Cooperative Mills GAINESVILLE
I & --- fIII1A OPENING for resident nurse at the Florida Real Estate Pro- 12 pet. Porfcmaker meal or pul UPHOLSTERY
.
tv.lM 6LCI6 U$- C1 A .' Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to I weeks lets. Special for June- FMX ISO NW. lift sf.
this summer. If interested con- fession. Gunesvilie or Alachua. Phone FR
STARTS I [ tact Dwight Hunter .t School Ad- Become a member ef Florida's fin- ',t095 or 461-2105. .Free Estimate. *-nek vi endeiivery.

mimstratiofi Bidg. Ptu FR 2-4391.: est profession. Multrirollion dotUr 1
SUN. win :9 MILK cows; 2 are springing
real estate corporation 4-
THURS. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn pay for your schooling and guarantee has 3 wk. old catf. They're all
and have shots.
milkers
LRdg. up to $5 per hour den" fto employment. For Interview heavy
strafing famous Studio GIrlCosrnetics. call Oeala 629-7T21 collect. Call 466-3411. FREE ESTIMATES enFI

-..-.----_-: Full or Part Time. WANTED completely honest ki- 2 year old Colt. trainee to |jump a. 'KM ACES end Q-.liry
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Peene 374-4336 after i ride, 2 western eaddios.< brIdles.blankets
: ELVIS i teingent energetic and effective A halters. All for 350.
H RECEPTIONIST, doctor's efice. licensed real estate ntesmen.Male Central Air
e PREBLEYil WANT ADS General office work with typing or female. who are willing 376-3149.
essential t girl offics. Permanent te work hard with the ultimate '
: ,.dent. WrB01I 441-A objective ef becoming rich. Apply 30 PITS & SUPPLIES ConditionersBest
e-o GainesvilLe. Sun. Giving age.marUal Gladys Smith, Realtor. 12M
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EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. COOK'S HELPER good pay good Phone FK 6-C719.
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VNa il \lULBRYnI1IfL :TEN young ladies age IMS for inteevtew St. behind Sean.PLACEMENT. fused. Phone 372.28e. signed. engineered and installed
work, must be free M SERVICE
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per hour plus expen*** Call 372- Technical
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WEST PARK NW SECTION. 3 BR. 2 batnsi N.W. ieUion. Low down pcTymeniT 4 I BEDROOMS, 2 baths, air-cond.. FOR SALE OR RENT. 2 BR CC8 BY OWNER. CB.BR. 2 bun BY OWNER 3 blks. Llttlewood, i
2030 NW 55th St. large carport & utility rear terrace LR, kitchen 2 Br., 1 air*cond. 2 Ig. Fla. room. Near Boy's Club house $150 down $75 per mo. home, cent. heatirg & air cond. BR. 2 bath Ig. util. rm.. fully I
By owner, low down payments. 3 excellent condition. Good : walk m cedar lined close *. Parquet and schooL 13500. $900 down. Rent unfurn. $75 per mo. 1030 Close to Bishop. Metcalfe. ft St. landscaped, window AC $454
THETIMEISNOW.I. bedrooms payments less than terms. 372-5754. floors ttta bath, screened 372-9714. N.W. 55th St. 2-181. Patrick. Well kept on large lot. down on new FHA Loan or other
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rent. Phone FR 2-0258. po.c'Concrete patio. lOG x 100"lot 3 Phone V6-2748 after 4 weekdays available. SO N.W.
3 BR 2 bath, home with redwood I Take up payments 175 mo. BR CCB with cent. heat ft financing
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR screened In porch, establishedlawn F< 4-i94i. air cond. FR 4-782 after 4 P.M. for appt. 36th St. 372-3882.
CCB near Stephen Foster SchooL & shrubs. Fedder's Air Conditioner on Sunday, anytime weekdays.BY 23
FHA evaluation $7,250. $250 down, .. built-in GE stove. Car- OWNER Near Westwood
$46 per mo. to a qualified buy- ries a 5'pet.. GI loan exclusive FURNISHED School 3 BR 2 bam CEN- FOREST PINESGAINESVillE'S
Do You Have A Room er. 724 NW 34tp PI. swim club membership. Originally TRAL HEAT & CENTRAL AIR kitchen cabinets"count
ApartmentOr sold for $14,450. price now
MODEL HOMESOPEN CONDITIONING. Built in kit., NEWEST COLORED
FOR SALE BY OWNER
$14.200 with "
$550 down $87 per family room; large living room. em!
New 3 BR home T/t baths living mo. Including taxes & insurance.No Mtg. Bal. approx. $14,900. WILL
New home In
top Northeast 10-
House to Rent? & dining rm.. family rm.* all qualifying necessary. Phone 10:00 'TIL DARK CONSIDER $1,000 for equity THIS cation. U shaped kitchen features DUPLEX RENTALS
electric kitchen, cent. heating ft 3723471 for appt. to see. WEEK ONLY. Call 374-2927. 23 cabinets plus cupboard

air conditioning. dbl. garage.lot lets J BR 2 !bath home features giant Gainesville's ,biggest new home .ell formica tops. .Gener.
of storage en a school.large If Inter.near size master bedroom with walk values In $13.000 to $17,000 range. PRESTIGECOMMUNITY al Electric bullt-lns. Three large
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS new elementary : In closet & huge living room. No money down VA, pay only bedrooms. two full luxury baths.
ested call 372-8175.
vacancy Tappan built-in oven & range. Air $100 closing. FHA from $450 down Huge storage room plus lots of
WORK SHOP conditioning, 13.2 cv. ft. GE refrig Including closIng.VILLAGE. closet space. Immediate occu-
CAROL ESTATES 3 BR IV* bath, erator. Beautiful landscapi! n g. BARGAIN PRICE pancy. $9' per month after only
YOU
MORE
than the ad that will
rentit dining rm., Fla. rm.. Ig. utIL plenty of shrubbery. Traverse rods GREENBY Here's a chance to own a quality 1550 down FHA or $99 per
rm.. fenced back yard near installed. Concrete patio. Present home In a prestige communityfor month after paying only closing -
schools & churches. 372-8771. value $17,000 todays price $14,500 HUGH EDWARDS. INC. charges VA.
lust $ For Sale by owner. 3 large bed with Exclusive$550' down, $99.50 per mo. 2S37 N.E. 13th St. 374-7771 living among some of the HUGH EDWARDSINC. _
rooms. Florida room. hardwood .swim club membership. finest families In North Central ;
floors 2 full tile baths CCB _Phone 372 3471 for appt. to see. Florida. Three bedrooms IVi -

Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Ave.home.FR$17,000.21265. 1110. N.W. 36th GLADYS SMITHFOUR McKINNEY $1X300.baths. Lots$80 of monthly storage Including space. 376-7971

taxes and insurance.

EVERY DAY until it is rented : LEAVING 8 R. 2 tath.TOWN cent.will heat sell tejilt my- In 3 BEDROOMS GREEN HUGH EDWARDS

kitchenhome.. You can save WE have several large homes for DEATONREALTORS YOUNG ',
$1500. Call FR 2-3826 or. GR sale In the Northwest. Four bed- INC. \: < ....
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IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 5-5722 Melrose.NO wood rooms area and,more.and West Flnley Hills.or LIttle-Air. 376-7971 AMERICA [ 1it !i "

DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 conditioned and In prime condi- F $. ''J.
bath. Central heat, central air tion. Call us to see these fin I MOVE IN :
$40 $1.33 day 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light &nd fanS
per mo. . per cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call homes-372-5393PICfURESQUE HOMESNo S a
376-* 27. Three bedrooms Florida room- Large living dining area Double compartment unit
oak strip floors corner lot Quality Homes Masonery Constructs; Venetian Blinds
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Builder CloseOutBUILDER 123 x 100 near University andJ. Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
70 acres stream running through J. Finley School-Call FR 2- Money Down Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and
$1.83 must sell a limited num property. Permanent Bahia pas 3617. WESTVILLAN.W. Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
$55
mo. . day
per: per ture. Pear
ber of new homes in one of orchard 360 brand VAMinimum Large double sliding door Insulated Attic
Gainesville's most beautiful areas. name Pecan trees. Brick farm
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Close to schools and shopping. home with full farm equipment. GOOD LIVINGIn 16th Ave. FHA Linen closets Closets S a Close Paved to Streets school and bus stop
Hugh Edwards Inc. 376-7971. Call 372.5393- this attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Back storage closed e Planned play grtjnii

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day New hoe'tY' $9400.PAY RENT 3 bedroom? tile I TWO STORYIN Convenient home in the location.Northwest Has central area. 6' 37th St. Close to Schools Washing Machine fixtures

tl -top condition air conditioning units. Sensibly
and heat
for
ready
bath $65 per month. Located For appointment call 372-5321 3275322Take
on or
$70 per mo. : $2.33 per day S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some earning and living. Apartment upstairs priced too. Call FR 2-3617 Churches
and down-stairs three for further details.LITTLEWOOD. TERMSWALTER
trade-ins. Call FR 22372. for large northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 black.
rooms
rentals. All furnishedand
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 bath, extra priced at $18,000. Good finan Shopping --- -- -'
large shady lot Ig utility area cing. Close to downtown. Call -I III
big kitchen with skylight, tcrrai- 372-5393. Here Is the house that will suit OPEN 10 AM-6 PM
I $80 per mo . $2.66 per day zo floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. West- your needs. It has the location-
morland. 376-7993 after 5 for ppt. GLADYS right by the school. It has 3 B.R.
SMITHREALTOR
: $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day BY OWNER Carol Estates. 3 BR, combination 2 baths Fla.- room Central- heat.Kitchen It STUBBS, LOCATED I CO3PAEUTHESE
2 bath kitchen 600 BLOCK 1
equipped optional.
4/i% NE Associates: Is priced right only $14,500 I INC.
1121 21st
$90 per mo .. . $3.00 per day Ave. Phone mortgage.372-1316. Carolyn No"es Anna Hinson Can be FHA financed One yr. NW 34th ST.
old Owners have left town
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and must sell. You should Investigate -- "We Trade Houses" I HOME VALUES
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day NEW JWK before you buy. Call FR PHONE 372-7070

I Large 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home 23617. I IIt's BEFORE YOU BUY

I ( $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day I with beautiful family room and 3728404HOME ASSOCIATES ,
leI dining room. Lovely built-in ii
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kitchen with J. Fred Butterworth
oven. range. dishwasher Guy Jayne
and disposal. Central heat and Income In Northwest.New Col J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire

\ CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR and FR 28945.air cond. Good terms. Phone Live ment Listing in and your rent on two attractive the bedroom other.duplex.apart.Only Multiple ListingConventional Later Than You Think! i SAVE!


Get In The SwimFREE $17,500.00.DELIGHTFUL.
two bedroom house M The following are need for

f SUN RENTAL WANT ADS lifetime family membership very convenient to the University.
In Carol Estates Swim Club and Lovely large living room with occvpancy.
Community Center to all new fireplace, cool screened porch, School Starts in 10 Weeks IIIIIIIIIIIL.! ............................._._
: Hugh Edwards home buyers. 376- large bedrooms. shaded I lot.
7971. Shown by appointment only. 00
IDEAL SPACIOUS and gracious, th-ee bedroom S. W. 3 br, 2 beth, family rm, Now Is the time to see Palm View Estates ft Fernwood Manor. 1 1115 NW 40th Drive 3301 N.W. 29th At,.
HOME
small family.for 3 young BR. cojple 1: or two bath home in the preferred fire pi. shaded lot, fine residential You May choose from 3 and 4 bedrooms 1 and 2 bath homes or E 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $96
bath
address of Black Acres. area Equity only $200.00. month. dn. $119
g per 4 Br. 2 batS BOO
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sol CBS low down payment and You will like the hardwood floors Take up payments of only $125 you may choose a home site and build the home of your choice. = per mo.

t"' only 1609 SE$59 39th per Place.mo. FR No 2-3233.closing. panelled family room large mo. call Mary Moeller These suburban are complete with city sewers, water, paved gIllS NE 5th St.

I' FOR SALE0R TRADE far tr.- FOR sALE BY OWNER 3BR. 2 amount modern of closets and the streets and storm sewers all within walking distance of H 3 BR 2 bath, $350 dn., $Me
er by owner. 3 BR, 1%* bath bath red brick: home. Low down WOULD you buy a $20,000 home kitchen.at 2450000.Available tomorrow Near GainesvilleSee elementary and Junior high school. Bus service to senior high per month. 3311 H.W. 29th Art
built-in kitchen central beat. Call payment assume FHA mortgage. for considerably less? Located in
376-8779 2118 NE 15th Ter. FR 4-4060 or an atmosphere that offers heart's J. W.KIRKPATRICK. this 4 spacious.br. 2 bath charming home Ig.2 school: churches shopping medical center University of Floridaare IBIIIIIIJIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIJIIIDIRIIIIIIIRIIIIIIII! 3 Br.. 2 bath, $750 dn. $112sr
r FR 21879. desire for relaxed comfortable story all within easy commuting distance. See our new models
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4f. mo.
NEW vvuer$35.OOO. 5 bedroom living rm. dining rm Ig land
living. 25 minutes from Gaines-
.. bath, studfr formal 1 dining room BY OWNER 3 Bedroom 2 tarn vi lie. Here Is scaped yard. Lake view. Melrose today. Prices start at $12,250 with central heat and built in ;
opportunity.
f. living room with fireplace electric built In stove. oven. garage I Write box 444 M your Gainesville Sun. Realtor call Mary Moeller kitchen. Drive west on 16th ave. turn left on 39th terrace to model Norwood
kitchen wall to wall carpeting screened porch patio. near 31 N. Main Phone FR 2.8404 : 3330 & 3320
central heat and air conditioning schools and shopping center. $109 Member Multiple Listing homes. Phone: FR 29545 dally FR 4-0948 nights. Butler Bros.
on landscaped: acre. N. W. total monthly payments. VA Loan BLACK ACRESPRICED ASSOCIATES: Anglewood NW 30th Ar*.

33rd Court. 374-WU. equity on. terms. 2016. ,_N.E. 17thTerrace. TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell 2000 Sq. Feet. Looking for space and i Hope I BR. 1 bath, Udn, $77.
FOR SALE BY OWNER NW 600 : bedrooms 2 baths hardwood A.__W. R e e c e. Capt.. USN Ret. grccious living? See this 3 br,
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath = per "'00
I I floors, central heat, air-cond. 2 bath house. Fla. rm, central
35th Ter. :3 BR. 2 full bath-
carport and utility room. $9,000
units electric and drapes. heat dbl. garage Ig. corner lot. "H" Inc.
Ig. pare'ed' Fla. rm. shady $250 down. $45 month. Phone FR range MERRILLLITTLEWOOD I
fenced In yard. cent gas heat 23355 days. Storage and utility room Ig. sin- SW. Call Mary MoellerInvestment i iI 4617 SE 1st PI.
hardwood fMors. Convenient to gle carport. lot 110 x 12C' with
Llttlewood westwood ft Univ. shade trees. FR 6-6427. AREA I ; We Trade Homesor 4608 SE 2nd PI.
NICE Beautiful I
Immed. occupancy avalt. Phone Check These
4812452 Hawthorne. Fla. :1 Bedroom 1 bath ome. livingroon. FOR Sale, or trade. New 4 BR. 3 centrally bedrao-n heated 2 bath and masonry alrconditioned. horre 46 Acres near Med. Center. suitablefor j or PropertyIlIIIIIImIIIIIlllllllnlllRIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIIJI 3 BR, t bath, $400 *, $41
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f dmlhg kitchen and home located in Westmoreand: Apt. sites or business. per mOo
FRAME house. 4Vt .ac., '2 ,.pities oaK floors throughout.room Four blks. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Built-in oven and range,. ark =i
I east of Starke.'Drapes in every floors 2 car garage well 'landscaped -
2 bath Rms., Income
Ig. Ig. family U.F.
162 ft. near campus.
from Littlewood School. Good
central heat. termite treated yard and paved street
room.. 2 pecan trees on property. terms Call 2-8965.$500 down" $90 per mo. Central Rm. & heat living built-in Rm., dining kitchen area.Including I ONLY $24,300. property or build for tenant. NEW HOME ALL OUR HOMES ARE 303 SE 38th St. ..
with drive added. Call
landscaped R OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards $700 DOWN MOTEL SITE on new interstate BR. 1 bath, $-COO dn. 114
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969 2821, 944-8801. FOR sale CCB home 3 BR 1 bath walk to schools close to Attractive: bedroom 75 exit-call Mary Moeller R SEEING ANYTIME IF
t BY OWNER Flnley School Area. $300 down. take up payments. U of F It medical center FHA BLACK 2 bath masonry home in 3 YOU WILL JUST CALL. per mOo
Phone 6-9774 or see at 1753 N.E ACPES next to Golf 1123 S.E. STREETFR
B 4th
Spacious :3 bedroom house In $22,700. Down payment $1.700 Course. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL -
quiet neighborhood. 2626 NW 2nd 21st Place. Imr-e3iate Budget Values From 6-S3OlorFR4-7999
o :; rncy. Drive by BUY AT THE FHA VALUE
Ave. FR 20992.SEDRUOM. $69 Msnth. New CB home, lowdown 1C27 NW 40:h Dr.ve.; Call Butler OF 17500. 3 BR, Itt bath C.B. house, near
t I ball. CCB screened psynrent. See at 210 S. E. Brokers:!: 372J543 daily 374-9048 business, low easy terms. In- WI\.JJIIIIIIIIIIII\ uw00wuzuw00Buuui320wwamsuuwE
porch. ar: con 4,Toned cen:ral! 2"h St. Call 3723576 or 372. nioht. $300. DOWN :3 bedroom masonry vestigate. Call Mary Moeller

heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Streel. FR MASON MANOR. By owner. :3 BR. home with built-in oven and & Pierson
6729. 4692.LITTLEWOOD 2 bath screened porch range. I year old. See at 3132 N. Kirkpatrick
cen.
AREA W. 9th St. ONLY $85 month.
"INVESTORS" Completely fur 4 8 R. 3 bath, 2050. sq. ft. living heat. FHA. $1.000 down leaving per MaryMoeller Butler Bros. BuildersInvites
balance
of $15.900 2530 N.W.
i nished. 2 BR frame home. about area central heat. built-in kit. 10th Ave. Tel. 3722378. CONTEMPORARY charming ,
j 1500 sq. ft. Located 822 Tl.W. 39th 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High home with three bedrooms two
Ave. near bus line and across J blkS. from Llttlewood clem 2 yr. old. BR 2 bath. cen. heat baths central heating and alrcon-
street from Steven Foster School. school. Ideal for Ig. family, or & air cond. fenced yard, well ft ditionlng Florida room and screened
Bedrooms 1 Bath
/ 3
Lot 100 x 141. Also car shed and family and elderly persons. sprinkling system. Can be pur- patio in excellent condition. Youto
work shop. $3,000. Must have cashat I Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 chased like rent, no down pay
this price. Call owner FR N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. ment. 3022 N.E. 13th Dr. Ph. 372. Situated on a beautiful landscaped Realtor
4.2534 at Nationwide Insurance Office 4824 lot three bedroom 2 bath house 79.84 per month after minimum FHA
or FR 4-4710 home. N.W. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath with central heat and aircondltion-
home. Central heat and air con ENJOY FLORIDA Ing plus Florida room and screen.Cd 1019 W. Unlvers'FR 4-4471 down. Includes insurance and taxes,
BY OWV ER beautiful :3 BR 2 bath ditioned. Out of city limits. deep porch outside city limits. Member Multiple Listing
home. Cen. heat and air cond.. well. R.E.A. Power. LIVINGFlorida MARY MOELLER BROKER built-in oven and range. Palm View Estates

j terrazzo floors. living rm., dinIng Looking for a split level. Let vs ASSOCIATESE. .
rtru halls. WW carpets. builtIn REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath built. ranch model designed for show you this beautiful three W. Moeller Foster Kessler I
kit.. full draperies. 2-car garage in appliances small down payments Indoor-outdoor living. Large corner bedroom home with central heat. Dick Durbin
with auto. dr.. Ig lot with monthly payments $85. Located lot lust one block from Stove. refrigerator freeztr
well and Irrigation system. 1435 on SE 28th Place. Call FR community swim club. Convenient and drapes included. / 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
NW 14th Ave. Call 376-0773. If noanwer. 22372.If to schools. Two full baths tc
call 481.2597.. you have a lot free and clear three bedrooms. Central heat- GET OUR FIGURES FIRSTAll A new community of distinctive -

LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB home. and want a nice home huilt at a Ing adaptable to air condit:on- John! Merrill S 86.53 per month after minimum: FHA homes in the fashionable
ing. $500 down FHA $85 month. type masonry construction.
Full appliance. Near Llttlewood. retsrnable price call 376-6957 or
Terms to suit buyer. Owner movIng write United Construction Co.. NO MONEY OWN VA. $87 3721494MULTIPLE remodeling add-ons and home down. !ncludes insurance and taxes, Northwest.

out of state. Call 3723773. 2419 N.E. 10th Ter. per month Includes taxes and LISTING improvements. Call United Con- built-in oven and range. a
621 N.W. 35th St. Insurance. Pay only $100 of Associates:
A REAL RANCH HOUSE cosng! charges. MARCELLA PARDIW. struction Co.,376-6957. All Right
A COOL BUY 3 BR. IVi Bath, 3 BR, 2 bath, knotty pine kitFhe:\ H. BUCHANNANLAKE Featuring :
HUGH EDWARDS 2.1' N.E. 10th Ter. '
AC. WW carpeting. drapes. HW with bullt-lns. beamed telling fireplace -
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floors. fenced yard. "7 per mo. fenced: yard ft patio. 2 GENEVA II
Including T S. I. Owner I leaving. car attached garage. $19400 or INC. Beautiful custom brick home Ig. / Other 3 and 4 Bedroom FHA homes from
Phone 3723784. 71 N. W. 19th 15,600 cash & assume $120 per 376-7971 LR w-fireplace. DR built- -S r5
Lane. mo. 1504 NW 21st Ave. 372-1961. In equip. In kit. 3 BR 2 full EYES RIGHT! 'L
tile baths lots of closets ft stg. $16,000-520,250
space. Terrazzo floors, cent. heat Sea real' dream living In Shadow Models to $18,200 '
i iI Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. c! :
IN THE & AC Ig screened porch overlooking Down payments from $400.M
FUN 100 white sand beach. D. Oliver. Bid,.
property extended to Hwy. 21. Ph. FR 1-084
Carport with uti!. rm. $27400. Financing West en NW Jtth Ave. past
can be arranged. This the den Springs intersection. j a4Ia VA Loans Available
Is an exceptional home. Sur. Sea alga M left.
rounded by homes of comparable NOTHING DOWN V.A.
value in a restricted area.


LAKE Partially GENEVA turn home LR. Ig. kitchen McCOY'SMacoma ($100 Closing Costs)

2 BR. bath guest house Homes 3 & 4 BEDROOM
& garage on shady well land ,
SUN scaped lot. White sand beach
extra bonus of almost 2 Inc.For .
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA acres more or less will be sold attractive 5-
Sale. very
with this home. .all for $la> Palm View Estatesis
bedroom 1-bath home. 4417
000. Financing established. E. University Ave.} walking
distance to Lake Forest Court Manor
COATS & MOTORS BOATS 6 MOTORS OUTDOOR ;CRTtON. LAKE home.GENEVACB 2 BR. bath. LR w-fire Schools. Price 112.500. $500 Highland planned for professional men and their

___ place. kitchen, screened porch down and $79.50 per month. families.
Ig. shady trees and white sand Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy
12" Plywood fishing boats. 24' GRILlS List of Classifications to Choose beach. An elevated lot with Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR

$49.50 HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR from beautiful wide span view of the 4-5015. Office corner N Main FERNWOOD MODELS
YEAR51. lake. $1X000 cash but priced to and 23rd Blvd. Where ALL homes (not just the most expen-
THE TACKLE BOX
GOOD SERVICE STORES sell. Possible outside financescan
m N. "aln m-3S31 Skiing $Swlmmlng.DlvtnCIeck be arranged.
'Ttte Heart Of East GaInesville" sive) have the following quality features: from
WALKING DISTANCE TO $12,250
with Oartie Fishing Equipment.FR LAKE up
2-1191. i CB ..SALR w-fireplace ft dining ELEM.. JR. HIGH & PAROCHIAL -
Safety Items. area. Lg. kitchen. 3 Ig. BR. SCHOOLS. 3 Bit 2 bath, Owens Corning fiberglass Insulation certified aluminum windows
AD\"ERTISE TH!:
with extra Ig bath. Screened cent. heat aair cant: extra central heating optional central air conditioning ede/ from $400 down
Golfing EQUIIrnent. porch overlooking sand beach quite wiring for all future needs modem cathedral beam ceil.
SERVICE DIRECTORY with lot extending to Hwy. 26. Ig. living rm. 20x20', Ig. dining Ings television wire built-in telephone outlets In master
Tennis Equipment. 4 car garage. This property has area breakfast area In kitchen. bedroom and kitchen spacious: storage areas Wolmanlzed
been appraised at several thousands pressure treated lumber foldaway closet doors full landscaping F
Lots of kitchen cabinets. dish IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY:
Baseball EQUIPI'flSflt.
Ads dollars over the asking and spot sodded lawns paved streets, curb and
S un Want ALACHUA ONLY DEALER COUNTY Where to Fish. price of $18,000. Terms. washer, disposal extra Ig. dbI. gutters fun concrete driveways storm drainage city sewerage MODELS
kitchen sink extra Ig. closets double stainless steel sinks gas or electric Tappan
JOHNSONSEA MELROSE built in oven and range range hood with fan and filter >
Going business establishment. Lg. complete underground sprinkler .
HORSE MOTORS built-in cabinets
safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom
Plus many many I'I'IOnoet CCB bklg. also has living quarters. 4 shallow welL Complete
SALES AND SERVICE system Wall Tex .vinyl paper In kitchens ana baths colored bathroomtile
Now
G Results Lone Star Boats. OrtandO ciipparBoats. operating as a sun Excellent all bathS Moen Dial-
dry store. Other possibilities to landscaped. and fixtures builtjn vanities In //RITE. WIRE, PHONE or VISIT
SkI supplies. S.lIiftg' rigs. enhance Income. Call or write neighborhood for children. Only ; Cet tub and shower fixtures PLUS resident-restricted Swim Oub
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ADVERTISE
I and Community Canter.
IAIRD'S MARINE tor fun deas. 3 blks from clam & |Ir. high

601 S. MA'N ST. SERVICE DIRECTORY LAKE LOTS on several large school, walking distance ta Palm View Estates ? :
I lakes from $5500 and vp. parochial school. FHA appraisal C ",

:, We have several year around rentals S14JOO. Small down payment Safes Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. and

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the now available.WINIFRED will 22nd handle.Ave. and Com see by for 1031 your-NE< 372.3471 372-9545 day 376-9048 night

11th Terrace-Phone
H. CRAWFORD
rl self or can 374215 or 372-5333 Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left at

Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 Midway Reg. Real Metros Estate 8.Broker Keystone for appt. Offered for sale by 39th Terrace To Model Homes.

I Heights owner. RobC Saunders.
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85 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Salt! 45 Furnished Apt 49 Rooms fo Rent --

6. Misc.; For Sale 66 Mlc For Sat*.: :' REPAIRS

INDEX NEWBERRY 3 large BR. 1 FOR SALE by owner. 2 BR. home. FURNISHED apartment. Clean, cool LARGE furnished room for men.weekly .1.rUTOMOBIL

bath living rm.: 81 dining rm. Call 1 mile to University and down and comfortable. 25 minutes from maid srvice. linens andrefrigerator 200 LB. capacity chest deep freeze SAVE BIGI Do your own rug and AIR CNDI'ONIN. Tune up

E 472-2346. town. Trees. shrubs. fireplace. Gainesvie Access to big lake, Phone 372- only 3 day old. WIll sen for upse cleaning with Blue Lus- Iq f performancetest.

CHOICE WESTMORLAND family room. Conveniences. $14- $65 per month. G. 1185. hal 6.2425 H_ electric shampooer SI.McDanielt A and mels
ANNOUNCEMENTS I MERCHANDISE ESTATEFor 5fi. 1104 N. W. 14th Ave. FR 6- P. Rippey Melrose, GR 5-5571. A large comfortable front room Rd. Fum Co. GainesvilleShopping Hawes P Motor ..
1 1.I M,.*rt M I sale by refinanclble. 4 565S. with circulation. Gentlemen Cet". C. n t. r.
.t WuUi owner cross 5 DRAWER. UNF. CHEST sturdily Serklng
Car Tfcmaks to Bar BR. separate living S. Fla. rooms RENTAL only. Phone FR 6-5993. 204 Main St. Phone FR
constructed of
S L.., A FeuU fi Machinery T*.laBaildlnr dish washer dbl. oven. split leveL LITTLEWOOD ARE 1 BR. $76 m $ with A- st. sne ponderosa 70 Boats-Marino Equ:,. 2561.N S'
4 PenaBallse I.rvISsI a Materials i 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 1123 NW 3rd Ave. NICE room in quiet neighborood. pine .. 131
2600 ft.. dbl. cent .
Travel Infaraittem .4 Olltello" C sq. garage area, central heat built-in kit. 1 2 BR. $77 mo., 1105 NW convenient to bus li. Ph Small 4 Dr Desk ...... SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive
** I heat 8. air cond.. (9 corner lot blk. from Westwood unfur Large 6 Dr. Chest ........ GRUMN aluminum 12 boat with and
CS A. Jr. High. 2 3rd 372-4. repairs tune-up.
I Special Netleea U.*esa with many trees. Call 372-1300. Ave. COX WAREHOUSE 602 Main. carrier. Excellent
T1.rtstsS KIM. F.. 8U. blks. fr Littlewood elem. schoolIdeal 2 BR, AC$101 mo.. 1105 N 3rd MEN WOMEN. Rooms and apartments S condition. $100. 347 Etc Road. Miller 8.1 Sons, 7 NW 1st St.
$14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Designed Ig. family or family FOURTH SPECIAL Phone 272-791J.
baby Sitter. CM Care 7 TntiMg Paste tr I Ave. near Campus. Day OF JULY FR 2-4134. _
0 FUees Te Ge Ant II Articles Wasted 8. engineered by U. S. elderly persons. Priced for 2 BR. $90 mo* 10 N 3rd Ave. or month; linens furnished.wH Bunk beds $39. reupholstered LRS
Taints T. BeeAUTOMOTIVE M Tml oil Weeds Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 roed. sale. 3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 1 B". U mo.. 2nd Ave. 6-2937 $59; apt. size gas stov$29; May. 'crestliner boat & trailer with 85 Abi'ooe.biles for Sale
W Beate sq.' ft 3 BR. 2 bath. air cond.. 372-2893. 1 BR. S mo., 1274V* NW Sth St or1C tag wringer $29; dinette h.p. Mercury. motor 1964 .."
Marine
Eatp.. brick veneer. 2 car garage 3505 QUIET air cond. room private entrance sets $15. $22.50 & thildswardrobe modeL $700.' Financing can b art 1957 .
71 $ Slue 4M white
Cawpli.ntpi.U Watch for opening date of new 40 Business Properties Efice.. $mo. N kitchenette linens & util. S12-SO; $8 ranged. 1533..E. Univ. Ave P tier, fr 6 Cylto-

70 Atrvlaae Biles-KcBUla 71 Office MukaJ E..lp-Bert model home. Alachua Homes. Inc.Call 2 SR. unfurn., $55 mo 110 SW 4th. fur men oly. SI2 weekly. $9; chest $7 t S12JO; kitchen a:! 372-12 tQitJ S Cal!

77 MebQe Heates far Sato Mertkaadlso I Frank Thomas FR 6-6690. Excellent zoned BR. Ave. : 372.156. lnt 1 It $15; apt. size r 1958 25 H.P. hand crank '
locall
IS Trucks '.r Bale 2, 89 x comr. EHicie. $75 mo.. 212 SE 7th St. S buy and sell used fri outboard engine 300 Jghn 54 CHEVY for sale. Fo mt
'It Track Waited Main and call us b5 No. y Greene. Inc Real 51-A Wonted To Rent clothing an household time. Phone hr tal Iation. call -
M TracUrs *Trek Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NOTHING DOWN VA J. W. Klrfcpatrick Agency, FR for FR 2.317.AVAILABLE Pauline's 1425 Untv. Ave. 376- I ri '$ A 1:0 noon o 4:3 Po

at Trailer Rentals 3 BR. 2 baths. 2000 sq. ft. 2-0. 31 N. Main. UF grad. stut wants 2-3 BR 0850. Free Delivery.REPOSSESSED 2.376. t 1:3 P.
S3 Late July lit 1 bedroom
SI Bfctoreyelea SeoetcraSi fr Sale house $100 per mo. : 1960 VOLKSWAGEN,
extra
modern air conditioned A. "0 Singer Ztg Zag 73 Musical clee
AaUmablle Repairs U WaUrfrcnt Property 41 Residential 1 Income ments for 2 mo. apr incl. Laramie Rd. Riverside decorative stitches Merh'ad. WW tires. radio & heater .
S3 U Reuses Far $300 DOWN oly. Cal 37 maks api
Aetaaaallcs far SaleM Sale 348S or 3764360.FURNISHED Calif.YOUNG lady owner. Reasonable price.
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Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL >. Cottages For Sale NW. 3 BR. 1 bath. walking distance bole WURLITZER
g 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. adloming per Cal 36
family of four
Als responsible
$ S.
Ol pyts America's I piano and
87 2
Real Estate Exchanged E to school rental ft. Ig. rooms 1st flr. N
U Real Estate Wanted I5 frontage. 300 ppr. .2. 3rd private bath entranc. desires 3 bedroom hoe. PhoneFR m 6G5 I organs are Eart.sian Co. 1961 CHEVROLET tMPAL 4 dr.

IS Oat ef Tewi*Property Ave. Will sell together _708 E. Univ. 2180.S2 TRADE your costly to operateELECTRIC I Gaiell V4 ri A l tas
U ftckoels InstrictissI or '
I water heater, and Phone
M male. D........ 40 BuiacM Prpcrtie I $500 DOWN ratel316 N.E. 3rd Ave. sp 2 Boarders Wanted $48 for glasslined GA i Daler. 703 W. 'University Cii 3.
o new
41 BcsJdcatlal Incomet In Northwest FORDYC RENAL Av P 31 G
M WUIMlluln.u.aEMPLOYMENT' 3 eR, 2 bath Ig. lot 45. $140. water heater. Mud more ho ,
Farms ITU
43 Colored Acreage. 3 Bdr.. SE location semi-furn. ONE wanted to share 3 BR water at about half t cost with PIANOS AND ORGANS er,fD. V..ta. lt.
Property Rentals 42 Farms & c .
Acreage $75.00 Northeast with OUR LP GAS. Several brand pianos and S .ft
11 Week Wanted Male 43-1 Colored Property Sales $900 DOWN 1 Bdr., SE location. efficiency, lege girls. $40 month/ t co. ARCHER ROAD.FR PROANE. organs n U In o teachingstudios. er 5:3 P.

1C W.rk Wasted Female 2 BR. 1 bath Southwest only $51 ACREAGEStock fur $55.00 FR night sell NICE 59 Ford Galaxle 5 convU
RENTALS 4 ., SW location unfurn., $115. 6-13 NEW and used chain law Ibstanta fop. PS. R new
II Sales Help Wanted per mo. farm 460 acres, complete with s discounts. Gridtey Muic M P H
U B.lp-M.II er FceialeU 3 BR 2 bath NW. close to school. registered Angus hogs 3 Bdr.. NW location, unfurn.. ROM and Board for gil Pnvate mower egrl. light Gaivil Shopping C WW tire Asm mh' pay
hrd. Phone Brigg Ceer.
Cettages Far $125. Many Washing
WantedDramaUa Kelt and of equip more to choose from.FORDYCE .Mcine. plats cab .LJ o con
Male Help 41 FurnIshed ful lin FR & new and used 25
m my
Apta.
men?. 3 bath main house, 43. sir m f
4f CBfarnlihed .& .. DOWN tors.. Rental sales and TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS May after
pt I:1S $1500 on private lake'Ind 2 ei. s P.
U Female Help Wa>U4 : new. Meyers Power Tools. 238 NE Buy now for this fall.
to
Many
47 Hosiea f Beat 53 Office-Dek SE 3rd
Fenu to
r 3 BR. 2 bath NW close homes call Mary Moeller Associates JncRErOS Space 4 Sf
I 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. choose from. Instant credit.Gainesville
48 B..... ,.r Bent VDf.... iii school and shopping. Alfa Romeo Spider. Phone
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* B*.mk fir Bern E 2 Acre. paved rd.,.W. of GaInes- PROFESSIONAl BUILDING 202 SEWING MACHINES Music Center &
ZS Farm' E..I .*.! 10 372-5431 W. Univ. 360
Betel Beams i vie. $ 96 VA 376-1236 Uvenity Ave. Office space 1964 Zig Zag like 102 Ave.
n Feed FertiliserIS 41 Mice, BeaUlaCIA.Wulcd reasonable, downtown buttonholes, nw mrams VOLKSWAGEN '63, S door white
LlreiUck 'applies T. BratS fiE DAN BYRD 12 Acres W. of Gainesville on 46 ,Apfs. avalabl. FR 6-1256 or see pliques sews on overcasts/ Automotive wit red ir. one lesser
!i!
St Landscaping Tap 8aQ B ar4eri Waited paYm1 $00.0 c.I' Mary Unfurnish.c 202 Professional Bulld1n1. raw fan. stitces. .t I car. appreciate. For
50 Pets 8.ppllea INC. appt. 4549351.One .
*3 Office Desk Space ASSOCIATES.' Mllr 2 BR, unfurn. apt. kitchen equipped, OFFICE Space For Rent. 111 _S. Phone 372-2051.
51 LlT teck Wa.tedFINANCIAL Realtor
II BumessSERVICE Lentils Jack DeYot 1018 195B VOLKSWAGEN Bvs ex.
NW
Associates MOBILE' HOE, COURT. __ 4th Ave. Call 3-10. SW Third Street. FOR SALE 5 hot water tans 3 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale tra clean, peret.

Walter E. Stoddard E. E. Holloway Near busy NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kic gal. with gas heater very tow mia.fan.1

M Baslaess Oppertenilles 2$ Special Christine Stone Ir..o. Low down Hw. eipp. $60 per 54 Business 150 gaL butan gas tank. Com TRAILER HOUSE, built. at 308 St.. b DickHolmes.
Services
17 Mraev ta LeaaSS 125 NW 13th Street payments. Ph. ;37643T2 days. Rent,1 plete gauges, 2 crane shallow C1 .
21 Bame Imprevemeata Lewis 10x55, 3 bedroom. equity.
evenings. well Inquire
pumps. Sall
MrtcfiIXoier 24 Radii 'TT Service 372-2511 MARY MOELLER. REALTOR _376-7 THREE car garage for rent. 732 up '60 COMET Station au-
Co.
Jewelry
5 W..... IS ApplUaea 1'.....,.... Call night or day lOu' W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 LARGE newly decorated apartment NW 1st St. Phone 372-7915. p payt see. 4HII to. tan. radio Wag r. AC .

partially furnished. Phone GR KODACOLOR and condition. 3762348. -
SUBLEASE building at 279 W. Univ. One
S year old x 10 mobile home.
5455. BLACK & WHITE
5
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Ave., next door to Fla. Theatre.
FORDYCEREALTOR Must be to be appreciatedfully.
Fordyce AcreageLet 2 PRINTS for the PRICE 1
New 2 bedroom duplex apartment Phone 372-0440. All sizes 35 mm o Will sacrifice S3500. Ron Arroismilts 1'6 DODGE DART 270 4 dr. Se

15 Houses for :5a1. 35 Houses for Sole us show you this beautiful for $75.00 per month. Call John GARAGE space tot rent 613 excep exp. roll Ac Rd. Vile da tow mU one ewner.

280 acre farm 11 miles west ofGainesville Merrill, Realtor, FR 2-1494. 2nd St. Call Merrill, .i. 14 of KODACOLOR Traie Par Ave., Lo 1. t exrls. 413 High

By OWNER, 3 BR I bath CCS. BY OWNER. 3 bedroom. IVa ball't.1 ; a going ranch fence 5 rooms & bath, downtown area. tor. FR Jon. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. 32 Road. .
$400 down. S87 per mo. Joins Fla. ed and crossfenced, tobacco: and
room. extra storage. $450 1021 W. Univ. Ave. '
retrig. & stove. Adults. 62 50 100 Greatlakes 1964 CADILLAC less than 5000
x
playground and pool in pets. SAAALL warehouse with platform tor
area for 7 peanut allotment two tobacco n me
Highland Court Manor with year equity. Take up VA I water fur$60 per FR 2. trucks loading & unloading. in home. $500 for equity tak mils Coupe deVille wt. wills
paid mortgage of $11.395. at $90 per barns, two utility buildings threebedroom 4621 or m Now Specializing In Lades Better over low monthly payments. blue interior. Ph.
1132 S. Main St.
up membership. Call 373-594. month. Phone 376-6819. Walled home. Irrigation system -: 372-16 city lmits Dresses. Close out S 374-0972 after Cal FR u3

4 BR, 2 bath over 2,100 ft. liv- graded road o side, paved ; AIR CONDITIONED apts. 1. 2 or 3 37-1 or 37613 through 56. S3 Each. Exceptional 5:3 64
ing space air cond.. Ideal sq. location patio. large bedrooms In this 4 on the other all equipment I BR, furnished or unfurnished. Immediate COLORED beauty sop for rent. Values. DIXIE MILL SUPER A leader in every way. Service CONVERTIBLESharp )

S2M50 3449. N. W. 11th- Redf ranksRealestate bedroom 2V* bath home In NW. will be Included I buyer I occupancy available, $80 Inquire at 507 5t Ave. DISCUNTS 19 lit Ave first, always. Feat Q\lt I b.c 5 Impale 141 with
Ave. FR J-53M. Wall to wall carpeting Is living desires. Call soon as this Is priced per month & up. Couples only. or phone 3-475 or Homes, 4424 1t st telul Average retail
room. Paneled bedroom a too low to last. Phone 372-3522 for Mr. Slag et model is
4 BR 2 bath home with paneled charming study with private Arnold Realty Co., 1219 W. Univ. 56 Business .Opportunities FLORIDA Pet Control is NOW 513.WE Will accept any sensible $70 I
beau- Fordyce Associates boasting largest supply of BUY o
Fla. rm. Lots of room for big bath. Situated on a large Ave. sold by Monday. FR 2-
Seasonal Plants. Also call &
Call For. us
family. Yard tiful lot. Only $21300.
lished. Westinghouse shrubbery estab dyce & Associates. Inc.. 376-1234. Inc. Realtors 2 BR unfurn. apart. 216 S.E. 9th 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. for decorative patio stones, birdbaths USED MOBILE HOMES CORVAIR Monu.6
air conditioner. St. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity Top dollar paid, phone eqUIp
married or any of your gardening
Color schemed kitchen fea A GOOD BUY In Redwoodconstruction Kitche eqUipp. 376. wit rai tr.
this all brick 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 cpl pets wel.- for the right man to get In FLORIDA PEST CON miles.
tures probes.
Tappan built-in oven & 3 bed roo m. 2 bath resIdence In a delightful neigh.borhood. come. $65 per mo. plus util. Con- the bowling alley business with a FR SPECIAL tres small equity. -
refrigerator.range disposal.This& 13.2 home cu. ft. GE on pretty oak shaded lot Within walking distanceof 7 /z acres 10 miles out. tact M. L. Shea 372-4353 or 376- small amount of capita. Call FR 6-2661, 20 N 16th CENTER. 104 x 2' Lot for mobile home. Will pay car for

would today In established nelghborh 0 0 d. Westwood School is this 3 $2000 cash 2763 evenings. 6-2641 or FR" 6-230. Ask for .Mr. $1500. Mile S. o PaY equity. Call owner 1724441,
sell for SI7,800
OLD Underwood a
our price An older reconditioned
home there is Prairie. For
nearly S. E. SAPP, REALTOR twriter.
now $17450. with S850 down. 1900 sq.. ft. of living area. bedroom 2 bath home. AC In- Ph. Fla. FOR QUIET SUDYING. kitch nequip. Haynes. 1 or T. V.. FR cal ext. J 15a
Newberry
S106.I7 per mo. Exclusive swim Modern heating system. Priced cluded In the low price of only 472-20 2 15 plus util- EXCELLENT dowtow Side I r diamond watd Paul. Otfs 6-3 MGA 19S8 Top cii like
club membership. Phone 373-3472 below appraisal and OPEN 114,500 $450 down approx. $84 ACREAGE 3 5 10 acre tracts 372-3797. Service open and doIng Bazaar 113 N. new Interior. Call 2- aft
for appt. to see. TO OFFERS. Call 4-0817. a mo. Call Fordyce & Associates. reasonable. Cash or terms. H. B. business win lease to responsible Main St. across street from 1st WYATT- er 7:30 P.

4 BEDROOM 2 BATH Central I I nc.. 376-1234. Standridge. Rt. 1. Box 49. Archer. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. party with adequa t e National Parking Lot. 2300
1964 Chevrolet Impala. new
OPPORTUNITYMOVE Air Conditioning C Heat FamIly TerracedIn Fla. capital. Sinclair Reining Co. GUARANTEED 20 cu. chest miles A.T. Dealer Cost.

NOW AND BE ready for ing room.dishwasher.built-in This kit. Includ- both front and beck situated on "Selling Florida Since 1906" 1 BR house, lights water fur- PI FR 6 2-12 freezer, S gas stove f. ; elec. Trailer Sales Phone FR (4.0 John Bali,

Fall School. Financing arranged on home Is a lushly landscaped lot In the FOSSEY nhe. S62 p m No pets TO SETTLE AN ESTATE. Established stove $29 dlnet. set $15; refrlg

all modern. Central Heat and Air t almost,. extras new already with the paid m for ny lit Including SW section. this architecturally 110 acres, rolling, mostly cleared.approximately 37 Re Phone FR Ocala business must be $29; youth b$1. Bargains galore H of 1963 Oldsmobile Jctfire hord-

Cond. Near schools: and University chain link fence antenna designed 4 bedroom. 2 bath home. V* mile of paved 2-56 sold. Consists of bar, package Wilam Center. Homes top air conditioned
Ml.
I a bedroom. 2 bath. drapes etc. Small down can be yours for only $13,710. road frtag$200 a acre. near VERY desirable 3 bedroom. two store, & 17 unit motel. For fur 3.393.CITIZE Shasta an Ao COup Car
payment It A low down payment can be arranged baths. Prefer man with fam ther Information call 376-161 and RADIOS sped transmissin
assume FHA loan. Alaa Tnl
GOING BUSINESSLOCATED NO QUALIFYING. N. W. Area. on this home. Over 2600 Realtor ily. Call to see this hose between ask for Mr. Williams. BAD $60Compiet. Ocalas First Mobil r Home is o Un". City

A HOME WITH INCOME In an excellent sq. ft. of Dvlng area. large clas- FOSSEY 447 P. 10. 6th a' photo Dealer 1948 Bank parking lot. See Mr.
on N. W. 13th St. area. Very rentable ets and bedrooms and many extra Dick Robinson Associate St. 59 Money Wanted FULLER'S FOTO supne 1723 Silver Springs Blvd Foster or Mr. Johnson at
BEER TAVERN Call us for complete features.' Call Fordyce & Associates W. University Ave. Ph 1H Phone
apartment and nice 3 bed. 1 376-13 2 Bedroom house 2414 N. E. 6th 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6213 the bank.
details. Inc. 376-1236. WANT to borrow $4000 second mortgage Ocala .
room 1 bath home all/ In excep: 71 top of hill northwest Ave. Corner 25th St. House
ALACHUA REALTYAssociates tionally/ clean condition. Ask. Beautifullyshaded of ARES o. Beautiful place to _open. Call o or good Investment. Good more T.V. antennas, S single stack 1964 VW radio. seat bl open-
ing less than 14000. 6 214.THREE al risk. Write box 454-A care of $7 double $13 BELIEVE Ing back windows
Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor lot and Interesting livingare build among the trees. $200 per. large rooms and bath, Gainesville Stn. kit. Branfs, 513 NW 8th Ave. rr luggage si mlmr., undercoat
acre. Frank B. Howard Real Estate rck.
Member Multiple Listing In this 3 bedroom carport, all kitchen near OR NOTSave
Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. yours Box electric CRAFTSMAN 3 wheel band saw. miles. $1650 Phone
615 N. E. 1st $t. Phone 376-2<<1 E. "Bill"/ Harris. Associate home In the NW section. Many Broker 13. Grady Finance Sperry single manor t. Buy complete. good condition. FR 1.0.
Co. Office .
Springs.Fla. Wnt.c
Arie T. Smtm Realtor 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3764X17 extra features such as built-in woman o coupl. n ds. 6 Phone FR $ 16. 10 x 46 2 BR furnished -
washing $60 23.SEWING S3195. S350.40 down 1961 FALCON Station t dr..
Mabel Gore AssociateFRED Res. 376-2927 or 372-7943 oven and surface unit per mo. 2-111. WANTED good used pick-up truck Wa
machine and others. Only MACHINE repossessed per month. R & H. and auto. WW
Member many S0
Multipl. Listing Chev. Reason ,
$14,900. Call Fordyce < Asso 43 Colored Property FOR two RENT bath, Lovely completely.four furnished bedroom, able. A.or Ooge.. 19557., 1. Box Singer Zig Zag makes. decorative Ovr 5 models to choose from tires. good coiti $900. Fi 6-
stitches with drop In 9707 and
ciates. Inc. 376-1236. home I Florida Park, convenient 193B. Alachua Fla appliques monogra.ns button cams. TRAILER MARTHWY. 2-50

PARRISHPRESENTS COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duple Univ. Prefer Professoror holes sews buttons, etc. Only PHONE 328-1059 THINKING abt t sell o good
graduate student & 62 Machinery Tools o 1 sports car put
FORDYCEASSOCIATES. apartments, large living and Write Box famiy. 6 110 payments S Call 372 SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 you In a 16 Onl Aln. Extras include
ARNOLDREALTOR 47.A
dining area. modern kitchen with 372-2051.
wire
Gainesville Sun.ONE 760 EAST arid
24" metal screw-cutting PALATKA. FLORIDAFor t.
INC fan large storage closets terraz- precisIo .
heater. Call 376-7824
with 11 swing. me HEARING is one of your
zo tile baths space heat bedroom furn. house fenced lath GOD
Realtors Sale 1 BR air
Multiple Listing foors. r. Can be seen at 2002 valuable assets. Dent neg co fur
er water heater. facill yard. NW No mst 1963 Grad Prix. Air. loaded with
Broker stion. trailer & enclosed .
Grace carprt. Excellent
Fordyce N E. 17th Dr. 1-00 to P.M. It. Visit GAINESVILLE'S .
extras. Warranty and tow mileage.
$60 6:0
Goulden. Associate ties for washing machines. and month. FR FR 64
Dudley HEARING AID CO. TODAY. 620 condifio.
MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom streets. See at N.E. 26th 2-2438. 2.988. WBI trade. 3725426atter
Benton Associate S.
Harvey pave NORTH MAIN. PHONE 376-0095 A.
P.
64 Household Goods .
2 bath home. Central call for appointment 372- _
heating and
0. C. Gay Associate 3 BR, 2 bath, $100 mo.. 734 NE 10x55 HOME
Crest 2
BR front
air conditioning. Lovely fenced I 376-1236 5321 or 3rd Ave. SEWING MACHINE repossessed and MUST leaving Top
SHADED ONE ACRE LOTIn 926 W. UnfV. 372-5 McKinney Green.
Cal IV* alr-cond., SELL 1.
rear yard makes Ideal White Zig Zag, size round rear windowand
play area HOMES Inc. FR AIR conditioner $40; refrigerator fl bt. cond. -
FOR .
Idytwlld 3 bedroom 2 bathwith. n rts
for SLE 2-317. like buttonholes. patio Phone FR 6-
children. bobbin
Convenient to schools awings.
$35 convertible couch $30 New
; ; ne. wagen. Call
FHA financing available. Central 2 & 3 S St. & 1283. 175
Beros. 2 BR frame home,
complete with .
WHEREWill chrome dinette set V5; 2 desks sews on mono paint Low
heat. 1650 ft. main house SE no buto. Ipplqs MII
sq. lb
IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had 7t dw pay T.V.piano washing machine and $7 each; and other misc. Items. grams. pay
bullf-ln kitchen: $1,000 down to qualified m Some small dow deep freeze. Located 822 N.W. 39th 1963 only 7JOS miles.
buy.r.ceNTRAL. on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry you find more for your money ment. Monthly payment $57 pay Phone 3764190. ment of $7.40 per mo. Small IT'S FOOLISHto TRDren .
$3,159.
Ave. .
home on nice Florida Park lot. than this well located 3 BR. near Steven Foster Sh balance-Phone 372-7680 or 372 eal
Also homes built on your and bus Lot 100 BRAND NEW Harmony twin Sacrifice Call
within walking distance of S x Hose Terms
Gainesville .
$12,000.Near Als f
for
AIR-CONDITIONING 1 bath CB home only for down lne. 11. 2051. pay more. RECKLESS to
", High and J. J. Finley Elementary Llnl wood school. shopping. lt n pyment. car shed work shop. rent foam matress. $30. have pay less. GET THE REAL FR 6.2516.
In beautiful Northwest. 3 bedroom TOMMY to room after 5 trait-
Schools.ANGLEWOOD. Cal students $95 per mo. Call FR 3682 OFFICE DESK reupholstered
I bath with family room and love bus line. Stove. Ref.. & dish Phone FR 2-41J5 P.M. FACTS. Payments as low
6-2524 Nationwide Insurance Office er sofa bed knee hole desk bed a 87 Winter
ly grounds. Has built-in kitchenpatio Almost new 4 bedroom washer Included. Easy. to buy. or FR 6-6710 home. room suite. pair pie crust lamp 1. per month with $300 down.- .u.l.
and fenced yard. Price Irnly 2 bath Contemporary home. Immediate occupancy.WHAT 44 Cottages for Rent T-A-G APPLIANCES tables; night standsend tac.e.. : GENEVAMoWle CARS 1950-54 FordS
$17,000 FHA with $700 down ADULTS oly. 3 Br. furnished Tested and Guaranteed Homes Sales WANTED
Central heat and central A-C. Empirestyle love seat < --- Service
to qualified buyer. Fenced back yard. Family room. LONGBOAT KEY house. Large living room, dining 42 Refrigerators from 1 vp chairs. Other household It. m a. RL leo SE keystone Hts Fia.. aV Station -' Hem.
and kitchen.
beautiful built in kitchen. Immediate Air Cond. new beach: cottage near room Front and Ranges fr S vp Nearly-Nu' Furniture Shop. 316 .t
ask for $21.950? Liken back re-decor 2 Bedroom with aluminum -
BARGAIN PRICE More can you Completely 17 Washers upI traier. 42
prch. ADVERTISE IN THE
occupancy.A Sarasota. 1 BR., furn. Weekly- fr N.W. 8th Ave. Fr 6-4892.
w 3 BR. 2 bath CB home on ated. n closeIn. Dryers from $49 ,
Neat clean 3 bedroom 2 bath home monthly. 372-4851. lghborood. up coiti. SERVICE DIRECTORY
at 1316 N. E. 12th Street. A-C NW 39th Ave. Just outside City. Very reasable. FR 2- 2 Food-Freezers from up EXCELLENT condition 1 Frlgidaire shady tor pool. Con-
PERFECT HOME. beautiful and Room A-C. Shad- COMER'S Lake View Beach Sunday to 1 1 refrigerator. $75 1 Ken- try. G-2. Ph. FR
(nit. patio fenced rear yard. $900 Cent. Heat. on 40 a.m. p.m. 2 from $ up ; L 66
town and assume SUJOO mortgage spacious for gracious: living located ed corner lot 130 x 140.Double Big Lake Santa Fe now open! to 9 Weekdays.SMALL 10 -Disaer from $35 up mor automatic washer $70; 1 10 x 2 DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
In choice Westslde bedroom
a location Elec. kitchen. Much Swim Furnished cottage port floor fan $12. Call 5 Hst.
carport. -
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE
at 44 cent Interest and picic CO.
per this 4 bedroom. 3 bath home with an 2 BR CCB newly painted front rear. bath. '
SEE IT. For In Insfa'l
182.00 per month. swimming pool and lovely patio. more. call week .reservation Inside. Elec. kitchen, fenced yard. 419 NW BIN AvPh 3.5 37..27. ed ctlr.

living room with fireplace separate WHENHave 412 TV antenna. SM per mo. n G. E. REFRIGERATOR used '! yr. I TORCH. 1 ben grinder 1 floor patio call FR
FINLEY AREA dining room. large family RENT modem furnishe cottages NW :t PI. 372-3324. Cot new SIlO, selling for $85. lack 1-12 hydraulic lack; 6-1283 before 9 and after 5. POOLE-GABLE
Spacious four bedroom 2 bath carpets and drapes Included on Santa by week tools and other ittems. Cal
room. you been offered a BRAND lk o TWO bedroom trailer with cabana 12 Cu. ft.. including freezer. Call nlv 1963 VANDYKE mobile home, 10
home on large lot only two blocks loads of storage space central NEW 3 BR. 2 Bath CB home SISOn. Inlr. Lewis Jewelry Call FR 376-7707 after 7. FR 61. x 50 air 119 SE FbI
from Finley school. Large Florida heat and air conditioning.GOOD n pts. 25 citied. fully furnished. An
room. fireplace In living room. on V* acre lot on NW Uth Ave. 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan SMALL furnished house1 blk: KELVINATOR washer J. dryer, excellent BARGAINSMust S f equity 372-4343
Mnelled foyer. Excellent terms BUY. Owner leavIng town for $2X500 Cent. Air conditioned. Lake b week or month. Phone from PK Yonge 3 blks. condition 1st $150 takes. going out of business. 1 3530 S. 2 Ave. Pinehurst
122,500. and must sell. 4 bedroom. 2 bath Double carport Elec. kitchen Low: o.7S5. from Univ. Sc. water Phone 376-4962. Als RC Vic 8 sn.. display meat refrIgerato. _Park, let f. & ? .

home. living room. family room. with beautiful cabinets. furnished. $45 per Ph. tor console TV. 2" $100. $150; 1 Toledo scale.

ELEGANT built-in kitchen and sere ened D. P, 45 Furnished Apts. 376-3482 er 372-3937. m. ELEC. Range. refrlg., washer; S50each. ; cash riste. 8 Motorcycles & Scooter

Centrally air-conditioned and heat- porch. Central heat and centralair WHYPay $25 2 rock $15; and other useful Ites

ad three bedroom two bath home conditioning. Priced to sell. I CifeAN, well turniihed 2nd floor 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. era $Coch.. Cofee pat 372- cost. Call FR 6-5461. 918 N. W., 1962 Mustang, perfect condition. VOLIJWGEN
eutslde city limits. Cozy panelled 5th Ave. Gainesville Fla. new. Can be seen at
bath, 5968 _ Los
family room with old brick fir.. NEW WESTSIDE restricted residential rent when you can own this 4rooms. kitce por. $75 Amco Center, 3302 NW
3 BR, I bath at 5010 New-
1 bath dark
clean 3 BR. bed.
sparkling hom JENNY Lynn spool
place., extra Completely large screened equipped porch kitchen subdivision acre lots paved home for only' a few hundred dol. nice air conditi.lare. berry Road. Stove and refrigerator 66 Mise .For Salt. has box springs and mat m lit S I ph. 376-5 after 5
streets. Inside lots $3950 corner ha.
$125 Included. 1 lease, $135 P.
unlimited closets and storage homes lars down and $76 per month. FR year in good condition; u
space thermopane sliding glass now lots $4250.before Select the next your Increase. Hardwood floors. Carport. utility 2-4957. morning, noon or night. per month. Call JOHN MERRILL REFRIGERATOR $60.portable Phone FR 2-13 1962 Mop. $90. In excellent con
& storage. Immediate occupan- REALTOR typewriter i S19 radio $1, porchrocker after 6 P.M.
doors. Fall-out shelter. $32,000. CLEAN furnished apt Private bath. 372-JU. ;MR conditioner $40; rerigerat 3761 .
Reasonable. NW 1st PL 3 story house good cond.. V* acre $7. Screen doors S3, camp $35; convertible MILLER.
ARNOLDRealty M. M.PARRISH UNIVERSITYREALTY 15 yard. 15 min. ride on 4lanehighway cot $2. adding machine $10 Rollaway chrome dinette set $li> 2 S I
1 BR duplex. 608 NW bed station top
furnis to Gainesville. $60 mo. $ wag each; and other Items.Phone BROWN
24th 1 per. month. Phone Call 591-2431. carrier $ set Fr 376-6190. m MELTON eaWoesse

372-0337. Haviland chlni sero for 8, __ 1030 L Uniy. ivia
CompanyMultiple UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house, Porto $ 5 I COSCO net $12 Babyrest .
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed $ payp. FR 2-3582
Listing Member piece formica dinette $19., metal cir. con
121. W. Univ. 'Ave. 3723522Msoclates 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 month. Phone 41-20. room house, S month. Furnished cedar chest S apt. gas stove verts to kitchen ; 9x12 MOTORS

: Pets Stag I ASSOCIATES. INC W. M. Munroe Realtor EAST SIDE dupe apt. monttu FR $3,. chest $ night stand S brown carpet $10; Call 3767944or

J'ne Caldwell F. W. Hodge H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Associates "7 drop leaf gateleg table $25. see at Apt. 278-5 Corry 703 N. Main St.
Charlie Mayo I Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish S. E. McLaughlin. Frank Roby. beds chests. Village. PAINT
Jim Sheppard GARDENAPARTMENTS J BR. 1 bam at 1117 NE 31st beds lnleum.
Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene 19 N E 1st Street TeL FR 2-5375 Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas. JrI -- -- Ave.. $100 per mo. University Bargains galore at IBr i I REFRIGERATOR good condition FR 6-7571

Realty 372-4351. excellent condition
:
oil
$80
drclatc.
N.W. 8th Ave.
I $30 Can JOB
2A BEDROOM CCB house. 410 SE s gas stoe
$57 per month Automatic GE 2717.
upGainesville's LEAVING TOWN. Fred 36-3l

I SERVICESHome Finest _lthStreet.d5permo.CaIIFRO2245 after 4:00 PM.. stove washer, ,and power refrigerator.mower, : ;APPAN Clock controlled e. -In

Furish or unfurnished J I BR, 1 bath Fla. rm., garage. and gas heater 9 x 12 red oven rotlsserie $39f.burner w"

lely 2 bedroom apart Range refrig. $125. 737 NW CON maple bcas. work table. only brain.Free Regular 30-gallon glass Mned CRANELNCOLNMERCURY $3995At
309 NE t St. Phone 376- Ave. Call McKinney Green Inc. and acces included. See
heater
960*. Realtor 372-3617. sory. 3437 Archer Rd. FR 2- 1J water Full
gas. 12 S.W. 1st A.I
376-53
VERY attractive spacious upstairs 3 BR., house N.W. NearUniverlity. 2 Foam rubber lnes corner -
And Business Si Tla Maria
I i 2 BR furnished apartment.Only eip.Pn table. 2 e tlbe 12. Sims t MPORTS FOR SALE Pernod Inca
Creme de
I $70 per month. FR 6-5270. FR 2- hideabed cst Vilets
Sake
N.E. 2nd St. $10. nightstand Valet $4. Pisco Metua Caf Exp.s HAWESPOWERSBODY
I 7 I 'j AVAIL July 1st 2 BR. CCB house cite set $25 S$7. Bookcases Ouo. Mercury-Comer-LJncoln
,,2 I BR furnished apart. with fur $75 per mo. Phone $2 to des to Lamp WINNJAMMER SHOP
p I 506 E.
S $
Draperies RemodelingDO 15tti Near St.University.or call S at 411 372-348 or ;11. $1. meter Miscelan Uniycnit 611 S.W. 3rd St.

2S per 1 bedroom good neigh ous household articles. 3..2.T.Y PACKAGE STORE.
YOU NEED. Florida room. extra mo. hs. shopping cen Glnenie .72.451 FR 2-0538

NEW low prices on Fabric of Custom room. more room roof work. 1 8EDRoM completely lurnlsh- br. schools $100 per m double-stack.antea. S3$13.00 single Itac 1 i J20 SW 2nd Aye (at RR tracks)

made draperies. Complete or maybe a complete new home? nearI.ce Can ki..
I uptairs dostair 3-30 Jim Voytes 41* am
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Insta nation. Lacey's Drap- For a free estimate. & guaranteed N
: THE
FOR
Phone 372-6102 c. 3 BR ufur house, $70 per mo. REMINGTON elec. good COREC
cry Shop work. phone Cad lam Avt. Call GR typriter.
Waters. 372-8649. per mFURNISHED 1l.Nj 12 E.. University cltl $115. Cal .fr 5:0 TIME .

Landscaping P. 3 Sale

i Sewing Machine Repair air conditioned RETA COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY FR 2-1411

opts., under construction. 2 a 3 br. homes fm unr Cir low I s No money Wan

LANDSCAPE SERVICE Avail. Sept. 1. $100 per APARTMENTNear low as S p m Courtesy Of
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock CALL SEWING MACHINE; SER month. Call Wayne Ma- Univ. Beautiful 2 BR. Free estimates
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S I VICE CO. SIS W. University ERNEST upper Apt. completely furni livery service. All w guaranteed. University Chevrolet '63 station wagon
TEW REAL-
son.
NURSERY Ave. ;376-1075. We repair all Phone
Call 3'-7 Aye.
Landscape Co. : Makes. Work fully guaranteed. TY. 376-6461. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR N. Main St. it 16th wagon, automatic transmission, In. $OPArdividual

FR 6-1514 for free estimate. 3 ROOM. 2nd floor. hot wi.fur ,.1 W. University FR 64471I Farm OPEN Fresh AIR Fruit MAKE reclining seats, extra nice. JL J/3

nls alt No pet $50. I'3 I BR 2 $11$ 3405 NW Come 4431 .Vpa.
TELEVISION S Ie 13
bt m a Value Rated '
ADVERTISE IN THE, 7 10th 11.' 61 Falcon station wagon automatic

SERVICE DIRECTORY I Refinished Need Apartment or House? J BR 1 Dr.Call bat. SIN m III N SHRT WAVE RADIO S 40-B.RECEIVER Very good Used Cars transmission, radio, heater .. . .$995
inside and out.
PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL $1 McKtnney Green. Inc.
Appliance Repair & J I per Inch plus Sit to install rnGttubes. ed 2-4625.er unfurnIst Furis toe, FR 1-M17. Real aion. ,5 Call 363"ROE'S B&G MOTOR CO. '61 Rambler station wagon automatic trans

1 Year Warranty. Special Lawn Mower Sei. I
Air Conditioning Mortgage Broker Reconditioned TVs from $9.95. NICELY furnished convenient 49 Rooms Fo RentAl a back at old It a 5. W. Oldsmobilo mission, air conditioned, radio, $ I >IQC

,THE 7 VARIETY S.E. 1st Ave.STORE .Ct Inquire area. Us At o. University 1st Ave.I class'repairs. as and*1- 2001 Cadillac Uth St. heater, power steering . . 14 y D
trl
MORTGAGE MONEY ps R cooled room $8JO per weekor H
A.I HANDYMAN SHOP SVi per cent Interest. Terms to 4 Technklan's on all with makes.$4 years experience Cto S month. 372-C48I. Wly '60 Rambler station wagon, overdrive, Sftyi p

First In air conditioning and Appliance 25 years.BUY CCB dup 1 bedroom, spacious p
repairs. we sell guaranteed BUILD REFINANCECan QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES cab.and c osets. Quiet loca LARGE room Hot at 1221V and coM W. UN radio, heater. . . . . *fD
washers, refrigerators etc. I. SERVICE FR versity Av w.t
FR 60067.ApproiOI. Dan Byrd AH Channel Antenna Kit $14.95 ti 2-76 f 1 $ for 1 p RAMBLER '60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon,
S2S NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 KWIK FIX TV SERVICE CEAN living room |ust retur- pr' mt FR 6-21 o
.
newly I BR apt. Mr. automatic transmission radio
Service FHA and conventional at lowest 471" N. W. 10th Pn. 372-3177 at 1202 NW pl $75 .J $1195

current rates. Terms to 25years. m Ir 2 81. p FOR 1 bath or 2 : heater. . . . . . I
Will gladly discuss at no Tires Alignment 62C Realty. vats :: SELLING SPREEALL
372-1646 or see
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FRED B, ARNOLD obligation.. W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.J. Realtor Brake Service CLEAN, cool downstairs unii- Ave. 59 Pontiac station wagon, automatic $OQC

REAL 1STATI REALTOR APPRAISAL 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 h f $75 per mo.ap. NICE cool, downstairs corner room transmission radios heter, nIce. . O/D

SERVICE VACATION SPECIALON o.316 NE 3 Ave. P close I O street parking. Antenna EXECUTIVE CARS
FRED B. ARNOLD -
E., 2nd '
P19 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. J72-3S22 REALTOR famous nationally known Mohawk fs 5 S 59 Plymouth, 9, passenger station wagon,
tires . Save up to FURNISHED I bedroom 47 Ft PL FR 22
FHA AND CONVENTIONAL
LOANS 50"% on new tires. See our new mobile home private tot, water 2436V* N. W. 2nd Ave. A room I DISCOUNTS UP TO 800 automatic, radio, heater, power $795

Auto Equipment U19 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. J72-3S22 wrap more around mileage retread& traction.that gives Lettmer _furnished.FR 61.2C27 N.W. 31st Place. for men from only In cottage has separate steering.. . < . . . ,

GLADYS Smith" Realtor FHA Tire Co. 431 N. Mile St 2 Bedroom vate ri p '
JACKS rebuilt ft and conventional toons. Low Qwiet. modern N.W. b dpx era R7 IN STOCK A LARGE SELECTION 'OF AIR 59 Raesbler station wagon, radio, (795(
HYDRAULIC 2 2.2
rates. Terms to 25 veers. 122 Tree Service Phone ) s! heater. : .
.
exchanged Repair Hits tor W. Untv. Ave.'372-5393. R7 CONDITIONED SEDANS WAGONS 6s J 4 .' .
Walker ". Factory authorfed 2 furnished 1 '!
walker Hydraulic jack F. H. A.. & Conv. Loans A-l TREE SERVICE BEDRO pets. 311.p Roulerson f 8s. '59 Rambler American station"wagon,
&
Pruning ca-
demossmg bracing
sE. I $645
Service Agent. HULL os BRAKE FORDYCE 8. ASSOCIATES. INC. Phone FR
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 REALTORSH6 bfeina tree removal Cavity S 6I Motors heater. .. . . *_- .
Main FR J-1491 WU&v.PAINTING 876-1236 work' i tree feeding. Lawn servIce DUP 1 Bit, Lit. Kit 4 bath. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD In and Meet Our Courteous Salesmen: ..0. -

& insured.and maintenance.Free estlsriutes.TrOy Licensed t L S,porch reas.& yard.ent Nice I. Ce. (Polie) Holder. Elmer Miller Cecil 5f .Ramolcr dati. ,g'O; i>- $QO *%
Gloss' P
Auto n--... 376440. Jack w- r. 372-52S5 heator.-. .
.m. Simmons. Hoyt Howard Hurd. Albert ; ,6.
Exterior decorating and painting. _444-34S2. Gainesville, Fla. ef Used Cars tmQ1S. .. : ."t".

AUTO GLASS la our onry bustness. Free estimates. Phone 372-5814. GENT.ap. share 13th H- TRUCKS 11 Plant. Soles 57 F 0 I. ,. .; $
InstaflaHonifree WINDOW CLIANIHG! b S JUP r thon'ogontlg6
Immediate Opt Seaday 1 S 395
pickup A delivery. Add. Plumbing WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned Av..M C. C neoter* .:r...,. .;;. .: .
.. -
beauty (. value to your' c. LARGE SELECTION OF
and waxed house washed. 10 80 x It NEW MOON mobflo heme- CR -
AUTO GLASS CO. 56 Chevrolet
MAULDIN'S INSTALLED VT,,. experience. Free estimates. atr-cand. WITH cad WiTHOUT tin
SEWER 875 woi 545
FR 6-2558. ,
323 N W. ettt St. .. p I AIR .
NEW *' used fixtures" complete Phone ft 2-S9SS. _O swim. pool. GAINESVILLEAUTO one owner . .. 't. .; .

BulldozingSMALL plumbing service 'BIGJIM I BR nous* trailer. ** ;
RM
HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng rent. Avail.' MOTOR

bulldozer loader dump FR 2-1g Sun Want Ads O Archer Id Phone .Ut. 1007 N. Main St. RIDGW'MOTOR

trucks fill dirt time rock. Top I BR fl garage at 309 FR 2.6313 CO.
oil. Phone 372-7S46. UphobNhrUPHOLSTER SE per a.Cal 3762641 .. RIDWAY

ask for Mr. NorthCrritrwt Florida. ._
furniture atrtaaonabla Get Results I -23
,BULLDOZERS & Dragline, tack yew -
boa. wheel tractors. motefr / prices. Call salty.Experienced. 3 ROOMS & no children er LorgMt t I 1131 S. MAIN I ,ST. FR 2.8433
..*... Free esrtmetta.- W.0.. FR *4 M.' did pete. S4. b 1 See 719 .eV .. D ..12-8433 _
sIlKS) Johnson, FR 421tV He W. um Tar. I I Univ. Ave. I .
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slaying of Lee Harvey Oswald,1
Ruby's HearingNot
President John F. Kennedy's At FLORIDA PEST CONTROL]
New FreshSeaWater accused assassin. j & CHEMICAL CO.
,Hope for this Year

Tex. (AP-An Paris Meeting ]
;; :., DALLAS assistant FREETermite

district attorney says
3T tUl U ark' tdiritr>; : use some form of distillation,![braves by electric fields. PARIS (AP-Premier Iou -1
Jack Ruby's appeal of his con-
....' the favored form being t he"Multi : Gheorghe Maurer will lead a
NEW YORK .Frpra ancient- Technical Made Flash" This Another method being triedat viction of murder will not be Romanian government delega-, InspectionAnd

times'men have ;dreamed of'removing Progress ; process. some.sites, such as. the new heard by ,the Court of Criminal tion on a visit to France next EstimateNO

salt, from seawater so takes advantage of the fact 0. S. W. complex at Wrights- Appeals this year. month for economic and political : OBLIGATION-

that the deserts;*:might|flower, Cost is Big Obstacle that water not quite hot enoughto ville N. C., is to chill the seawater ,Asst. Dist. Atty. Jim Bowie talks. WHY- TAKE CHANCES
yet only in recent decades' has vaporize under a given air The trip comes during a rift!
causing of
crystals 6-2661
said that the delay would be DJl{
economic between'
advancing technology-made this pressure will do so immediatelyupon over policies
freshwater ice to form. :The ice caused the time needed to I I
by Bucharest.
possible.on a large scale. al' locations: could produce both effort. Many inland regions of entering a chamber at is Moscow and
removed washed and melt-
a trial record that p
The oil companies, in particular water and ,electricity economi-. the world lack .pure water, lower pressure.In ed. The simplest technique of allis involve prepare 5,000 pages.A may

have gone in for big cally. greatly hampering their devel- of
smaller plants a variety i the solar still the use of
plants in areas, such'as the'Persian Nuclear poWer would convert opment. This is true for example jury assessed Ruby's pun Need moneyto
techniques are being tried the sunlight to evaporate fresh wa-
ishment at death after
con-
where water is
Gulf scarce seawater to steam that would of the northern plains
and fuel, to distill the water is drive electric generators before states of the U. S. and adja- most common being electrodi- ter from salt water. victing him of murder in the go to the World's Fair?
When salt is dissolved in
plentiful alysis.
being condensed for public use. ,cent areas of Canada.
,
Otherwise however, the, cost By 1975, the.group said such water it tends to break up into ENJOY FLORIDA 'LIVING IN A ,Get an HFC Trave/oan
: Of the three plants in the U.S. charged ions. In
is plants should be able to produce electrically
so high that few communitiesare I ,
Show the futureat
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tempted to build such several hundred million gallonsof that can produce a million gallons electrodialysis these are drawn your family
FLORIDA Pool!
Swimming the New York World
plants. The demonstration plantat water daily as cheaply as 25 daily, one of. them in Ros- through special plastic memo Fair. An HFC Travdoan

Freeport Texas, produces cents per thousand gallons. II well, N. M., also converts can cover every expense to

million gallons a day at a cost This is still far too expensivefor brackish water. The supply I Orchids by Rivers Construction Co.A the fair-or anywhere. Cash
of thousand
$1.17 per gallons. irrigation. Hence such plants available there is two thirds as for transportation, lodging,
By contrast Los Angeles was would be economical only where salty as seawater. The otherin For QUALITY POOL Backed by a clothes-cren camera: :

recently paying only six cents domestic' and industrial water operation are on the, Gulf of FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY equipment. Borrow \II
per thousand gallons of Colorado and Her .
needs were considerable.In Mexico another will be confidently and repay
River water. two big American plants 'FfaischokiFinance.
now conveniently.at
Some believe the great the past 15 years 14 plants 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
built at Guantanamo CREVASSE FLORIST
Bay :
"breakthrough" in desalting have been built in various partsof Cuba. Priced at$3,000 to$3,500 ; 1d 41arQls b@)IIId- -
2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd.
technology still lies ahead. This, the world with cpacities in Phone FR 6-2514 NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING C: s..,. :- .

to some extent lies behind the excess of one million gallons a I Almost all the large plants '--- -

current emphasis of the Depart- day. The complex at Kuwait, I WITH EACH POOL YOU CET Borrow to $600
ment of Interior's Office of Saline -on the Persian Gulf turns out Filter System -,Skimmer Pool Brush Diving ,Board up
EARL C. MAYand Take to 24 months to
Water or 0. S. W., on bas- 6.6 million gallons daily. There! Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner up repay

ic research. are two large plants in the Ba- Leaf Net Ask about Credit Life Insurance on loan at group rate...
One factor in reducing costs hamas and others are at such '$
R
II JACK C. MAY CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE'NO OBLIGATION
has been the construction of locations as Taranto Italy HOUSEHOLD FINANC

very large plants. Another has Elath, Israel. and Welcom, Representing a RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. I Ej
been progress in making nuclear South Africa. .o Nt S I
power less costly. ,This led a The latter converts brackish The Equitable Life R 1909 EAST, 5th STREET

presidential advisory group on I water to fresh, which, economically Assurance Society DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor

April 1, to propose that extremely is one of the most important s Phone FR 2-3576 x 622-7048 FLA. PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524

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Friday, so hurry in tomorrow rubber cushions-save, 90.00 t.. '17900 reg. up to 99.00 antique. finish .... .... . . . 179'.95mop. | -

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'- glad you did. $349.00 Modem Sofa by Craft-solid wol- Modern, Traditional, ColonialSAVE table and chair ... . . .. ... .229 9S

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$453.95 Antique 72" triple
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$289.00. French Provincial Sofa and motch-229 TO $49 panel bed and night stand ... ......29 900 tins
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i End and Cocktail Tables $119.00 Colonial 5-pc dinette-maple finish
round f.bl..ad 4 skirted side chairs. ft 9 9S
$139.00 Colonial Sofabed and matching
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